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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 5 June 1903

I O AV A M 1 S S O U 11 1 ILLINOIS. Wo have lines out and they all lead to Montgomery City. See us if you want to sell your farm. R. H. BAILEY &, CO. MONTGOMERY CITY, MO. I VgP BARREL OF 1 MnlllsFlour AflNEflilURDFDlE ENTIRE WHEAT Qfflkff? HmrV tcntf The r'rtiitir ( ij jtiiut r tour cpniins iniuirn 3 '? end .17 the ImhI tlmf ntiof lh whole wtirtt ( () toffy, while the ordinal ? white (lour coflUlnt ( ( tmifl fropoitlon cf ih nourifthinf J lilc ) (f) wiiiot the whttt It rut L tfi tnar$ wny. ;? If your rroter dno sol hvt It. ntl lit Im um and your ( elder wt will Kl yn arc supplied. Now Hopo. Although It rained, qulto a mi ru ber from thin vicinity nttended the Decoration Hxcrclsos nt Montgom ery City. Leslie Kntncs Hindu u pleasant cnll with Frnnk Murnn Sundny Altcr-noon. I. M. Oliver visited (Jeorgo Wnl-j kcrs one dny lntit week. j Dick .folitiHon of nonr Mt. Cnr mel It In St. Louis this week on I business. ; The much needed rain Huh coma Although tlio ronds nro In no con- (lltl...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 5 June 1903

THE TRIBUNE. Prldny, June 5, ipoj. Keep down thu weeds. Don't miss the lecture to-nIiht. Mrs. V. M. Poster In visiting re lative nt Troy thin week. 1. (). Mcrrlhiih of .JoncsbtirK wns In IIiIh city Snturdny. Miirion Lnwrcnco of Iluc,o In vl xltlriK IiIn (littler In Kentucky, i llnys fi Itndtfcrs nrn uncut for'' tin! celo'irntcd Hlnnko'h UotTce. Book Store Moved (Jut prices on Hooks. Only few left. From Ham building on Railroad Street to Gardner Block on Second Street. fresh lino of cigars. Tobaccos, Candles, Stationery Ktc ahvays onjiand. Call anil see us whuther you buy or not St. Louis Papers and all Periodicals.. ... Fuller Book & News Co. Kerr I County Court was In session tills wcok. Oiicrn llouso to-nltlit. Townshln Humlriv School ton-. Hi'vs. T. l'unn nml J. K vcntloiint.Mlneoln next Sundny. , spent Sundny nt Troy. jms!l Mnyllollc "fjovo visited In Mm. It. A. Urlllltli spent n few Hear Serjeant Docile nt the Troy this week. IioiimIii IIIkIi Mill KrldnyevenlnK. 'li'Tn IIou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 12 June 1903

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY ,' JUNE 12, 1903. NO. 35. 2nllltMtMHIIMMItlttlttMttMtttMltttMMIMMIMtlMIMMMMMtttMtMtlttttlMMMMMtl PAINT AND VARNISH REMOVER. Old, crachrd or scaling palnl should be removrd before applying new palnl, or good retulli cannot be obtained. The old plan ol burning oil paint (ollen burning Iho wood so it will not hold ptlnl). can now be discontinued by inlii LA CROSS!? LUMBER COMPANY'S PAINT AND VARNISH REMOVER. l Tho worh Is done In a low rnlnulei In a very sallsltctory manner. 2l(lllllllllllIIIIMIMIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIMmtl(ltIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMMMtl(tllMllltl(imMII MIIH HYMENEAL. Harts Pierced by "Cupid's Dart. HKVnt.t.K-OHOCKi:TT. Tho marriage o( Miss Carrie ' Crockett and Mr. Charles O. Hi" vclle wns solemnized nt the Hnp tlst church Wedm.nlny evening .lime 10. Hcv. It. S. Duncan offlel atlnj:. Hotted plants, consisting prtticljuilty of palms mid ferns displayed, tho church presented '.i beautiful llnrnl decoration of irrcen nnd whit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 12 June 1903

" 1 f.'WAiff trti i SSTrsranBSPaBEJfffUISi i M Pi 11 THE TRIBUNE. I'lihlUhril hr tiik TitnirNi: rnl.NTi.Nii co. A. ik KCtm.t:. Mauailiur IMIlor. iio.s'toomi:i:y. i Missouri. I fllllUllilllHIilll Out of Ilia man of stories spread lironilrniit In connection villi tlio re tent floods, inony of them of sensa tional nntiirc, the facts stand out tluit tlii disaster, In loss of life ond prop erly, Mill rank an one of the most widespread In our history. Indiana's forestry board linn secured b ntnto forestry rcscrtntlon of 2,(W teres In Clark county, opposite Louis ville. The laud rmlirnccs 1,100 acres of woodland, and tlio rcit will lu planted with trees without delay. It l much to Indiana's credit Hint It baa begun practical work In thin line. A few yenrt ago tlio Century club laid down a set of rules ly which n man could achieve n hundred yearn of life, A young man, nfler rending tliem, became thoroughly convinced nnd joined, tin died within n month, thin furnishing proof positive Hint th...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 12 June 1903

THE TRIBUNE. Publish?)! lir TIIK TIUIUINK l-lllNTlXO CO. A. II. KKAtll.K, Mnfln Keillor. ilONTOOMVUY. MISSOURI. THE PLOWMAN. With sturdy hands the plonman holla The handle of Ms plow: llli trousers hang; In baggy folds. And furrow mark hli brow, Hill llh the hgpe that lolling bring! He labors on, out there, Where nature' puttlnii on the things That help lo make her (air. The plottman'e shoulder droop, hie eve Have no exultant fire. Ami oft he itmlghteni up una ilgtii, rerhat for eometlili,; higher. He scrapes tha dump earth from his boota. And then goea plodding on. And now and then bump Into roota That jar him pro and con. The plowman doe not fret because Home stock l.aa had u. flump, , Uut, gripping hard, ho eels hl Jaw' And rune agalmt n atump, Or worries till tha rein la free From 'neath the gray mare'a tall Or turns u little while to m The chipmunk on tho rail. Th smelt of burning wood floats by Upon the tranquil air; The crow sits with a watchful ee. O'erlooklng thing out ther...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 12 June 1903

THE TRIBUNE. J on i.. .i.!t. I'ubllHhod lSvury Kridtiy. li V- i THi; 1KIKUNU I'KINTINO CO.. , A. I). Kkaiii.k, Managing Kdltor. ' Subscription In Advanoe. One Copy, One Vcnr Sl.ooj IMionc ijfi. I Friday, Juno 12. 1003. j In Memory of I'mmelt llever. tho morning of Mny 27th while tlio radiant nun Illuminated Iho glorious llrmnment with nil Its brightness, Iho "Angel of Death" called nnd lwro a beloved one across tlint myatlo river Ihcro to meet his dear mother who hnd1 longprcccdcd hlmtothnt "licautl ful Hcyond." WIUIh Kmmett Dover, tho youngest son of S. L. and Kllia Dover, was born July 8th, IS8I near. Hum "Kook If for (lovernor by I prl.eH Urnnch Montgomery county 1 Democratic papers who net " j M,,,, ,lr.pnrtcd this life May 27, llttl stltulloniil amendments to publish i , Mm . . , ,nttel. ,.,lBt of Prices , "Koso." Mr. Cleveland on his nucucrotis llshlng trips lenrned that "still wnlcr nuiH ilecp." Thus ho In ipiltely fishing for tho democratic nomination for tho presidency. Our...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 12 June 1903

r I O W A . Mniitfnivry Clijr t MISSOURI. ILLINOIS "We have lines out and they all lead to Montgomery City. See us if you want to sell your farm. R. H. BAILEY &, CO. MONTGOMERY CITY, MO. Now Hopo. -Mrs. M. M. Oliver In the guest of her parents .Mr. nnd Mrs. O. W. Sailor Thurciliiy and Prldny. Mrs. Poster i)f Sumner Mo. Is the guest o( her son, James Poster this week. , Mrs. Vnn Overstscct nnd dnugh ter Miss I .ill ii worn In Montgomery City shopping Thursday. Mrs. Mane Nelson of Montgom -cry City Is visiting tier lter Mrs. L. V. Ovcrstreet this week. Merrill nnd Aleck Oliver mndu u business trip to Mlnenln Tuesday. k Itcv I. M. Oliver attended prench ' Ing ot l.uutru Church Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs S. A. l'cnn were the guests of Mrs. Itobrrt Oliver tho llrst ot tho week. Mr. Ed EamesnnddaughterMIss Jnczo left .Saturday forn visit to relatives nnd friends In Lincoln county. Mr. Guinea returned Sun day nftcrnoon, Miss Inez will not return for some time. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. E. Dickey spent ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 12 June 1903

TESTED BY TIMS. Mr. Roljert llriMlerlck wlto rcsMca at 1015 Virginia 81., In Wan Antonio Texan, toll an ccrlcnco that mill Interest of rry reader. It .Itotva as welt that Dunn's ctirr are last Intf cures. She aifsl-"Ui to Ilia rarly part of tlie year ivvj l nao iH-rn a aulTurvr from Itlilney troubles for mBiijr yours. Tim laln In my back iKTiimo wurMt ami Mono until It was a ilaily liunlrn Unit Interfered wlllt errry !uly, I vrni much allllctrd ttllli head ncltra nml illuy aix.-lla and was unalila lo rent well iilifltts. In May 1903 after using Doan'a Kidney l'llls I maJo a abatement for publication declaring that they had entirely rellcrrd mo il the pain In my back. I hare alnco then bad a year's tlmo In which to atudy tho ffccta of tho medicine, and whllo I liaro bad sll(lil toiichea of lha trouble klnre, tho use. of tho pllbi linl always driven away ull alns of tho disorder and 1 liaro beeomu convinced of the fact that tho lint treatment waa prac tically permanent In IU elTecta, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 12 June 1903

WESTERN CANADA'S IMMIGRATION. Itaplil SFtllrmrnt f the Wheat Fields I.rlna; Xorth of (be 40lh 1'aralltl. (From the Chicago llicoriMtfraM.l "Canndnhnsnntlclpatcila very heavy Immigration till year, and the now hai fljrurra to show that the It actually Getting It in n way to meet all lier expectation.. In the flnt four inuntlii of tlilt j car tlio doors of the Dominion uiwMinl to 40.072 fiersnns, sccurtllnu to a report prepared by the cointnltteo on nirrlculturo and colonization of tlie Canadian parlia ment. Tills Is almost twice aa large a the Immigration In the corre sponding tnonttiH laat year, and fully three limes us large aa In 1901, tlio reiprctlte flgurea Lclng SI,tS3 and "Moit of tlirsa nr comers hare ticcn nttrnctnl by the wheat lands of the Xorlliwrst tcrrltorlea. They liuto moved illrrct from Winnipeg and they hare turned that city Into n great camp. In which they hare been lilting tlieinsehcs out for the last lingo of their ndrcnture for new homes, "Of tho immigration of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 12 June 1903

THE TRIBUNE. Friday, June 12, 1903. II. I). Ktrnclc of llellllower was In town Tuesday. D. I). Hnllor inailo a business trip to Now Florence Tuesday. 1 ! 1 1 Frank Wells of near Prices liranch wan hum Thursday. Hays & Itodgcrs urn agents for the celebrated HlaiikeV Coffee. Quo Dillon nml son Hugh of near Prohibition with In town Tuesday, W. O. Wilier wns transacting business In Montgomery Tuesday. Holla LalTcrty eaino over from Jdlddlctuwn Monday mid went to Hi. I.ouls. Herman Kord cmno up from St. I.ouls Tuesday mid went out to Ills lioinu nt Mlddletown. Miss lllnncli (Jnu ivlurned Tues day from mi extended visit with friend at Columbia. BRING IN YOUR GRAIN NOW. Prices lire high and you Hliould take advantage of Maine. If yon have any bring it in QUICK will pay you fancy price. Are liandling CHAMPION BINDER TWINE. It i the beat for it in hacked by a big company who have a reputation to uphold. .. Wagons, Buggies, Drills Etc. Best Goods, Right Prices... Look tip your Kinder and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 19 June 1903

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , JUNE 19, 1903. NO. 36. pMtttMtHMIMMItltV1ltttllltltltlltMtlMttlltMIMIIMtttMMtttlMlt(lltlMttt3 PAINT AND VARNISH REMOVER. Old, crached or seating paint should be removed before applying new paint, or good results cannot bo obtained. The old plan ol. burning oil paint (otlen burning the wood so It will not hold paint), can now bo discontinued by mini LA CROSSE LUMBHR COMPANY'S PAINT AND VARNISH REMOVER. Tho work Is dono In a lew mtnules In a very satisfactory manner. WORLD'S PAIR. How to Prepare the Agricultural tlx- man. : ' m.VK ouass. i There nro two periods for getting : It. First, the seed stnlks should i bo rut Just as they begin to ripen, I a blend of purple, green nnd ycl- : low. Locate n Hpot where the : growth Is lyplcnl, thu form nt- i tractive; not necessarily tho Inr- gest nnd conrscst but lino nnd : showy. Cut with n knlle rlnht nt tho ground, don't tnke up tho root. Knch bunch In grnsped In Plnnl Settlement...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 19 June 1903

.1 i f it THE TRIBUNE. nhllalinl lir TIIK Till HUNK I'ltlMTINO CO. A. Ik KKAIII.K. JInalrC Kdllor. JIONTUOMUIIY. t M1BS0UM. fitatMIr ahmv Hint inure married peranna, liulli mnlo and female, hnvo committed aiileldn In the United Male alnee 1M7 tlinn . unmarried finer, lint Hits inny In' only flu liidlcn U'jn Hint their Joy tin too (rent to bear. Thrrf nrr Hood plrnles na uell liuinan jnt'kiilH Hint prtml mrr tlm Held wIiitp n biitfbi lina Jul lircii fniiKiit. Tim breed iniRlit to bi clien till! llllllt IK till- lllXV. A fl'VV IIIIIIII- nf lend, Judlelmialy iliii''il, wimlit per Imps miMirr llii tnin' better. Tlir lender uf Ihr 1'rcncli forcea npalnrt I'lgultf brar tlir ancient ami llllllt rtrxi t mime nt O'Connor,, Tot II. ly I Ixi -xiiiliilti- 1'rrnch nrr ft .lilt morel vlTt-ctlia .JtXBlyr nurfnrr, Imt when It i'nmr(AgBn vine arrnp they iniml tend ,Wr?Tlielr LVHIn oouilii arm I he clianuel. 'nil dentil of (leu. .Mrxnnder Mr? Diiui'll .Met.'iiok redin-i-a tlir aiunll llt tit aimlilii...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 19 June 1903

THE TRIBUNE. l'lil.llakeil hr tiik TitniVMK mixrixn cn, A. U. KKAIM.K. Managlnc Kdltor. MOSTOOMl'IlV. Missouri. "BE OAMC." Take the cup anil drink It un it may be l.linr Iree. It may be lnr with tana divine That Life ran ilraon lorjpu. No tnatttr hat-It set or not" Vou'll drink It Jual the mime; Ho fnd It don n III out a frow Whatever jou do, ho garnet l!!t our tlpnnd ttntid the quip Tt.nt atliiRi ou to the heart; Urate with m laujth the JcerlnK chaff That bids )oil stand Hiartl Tor, soon or late, nt stire as fate "Twill b jour turn to aim; Twill he our day to have) our aav Whatever ) ou do, he irair.cl tirlt your tietli and eland beneath The cracking whip of luck, I'nleae your kln be weak and thin You'll pult out of the ruck. Cood luck or bad, irood ntwa ur tad. The path li ae the aame. Joy runa Inland the urttf unkind Whatever ou do, tagamet Take the cup and drink It up It may be fortune'a whim That In the leee are l citasler, Though bluer nt the brim, No matttr what, If eweet or ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 19 June 1903

k I., ' 1 I - ""iyjI"jjiDU,M i THE TRIBUNE. l'ublinliod livory Krlduy. IlY THU TKIIJUNII PRINTING CO.. A. I). KliADLi:, Managing Editor. Subscription In AUvnnco One Copy, One Year Sl.oo Phono i)(, Friday, Juno 10. 1003. Organize Roosevelt Clubs. Fourth of to.morrow. July two weeks from Hubscrlbu for Tim Tltliiu.si: only ono ilollnr n year. Hooiovclt Clubs should organized In ovory township. bo Three three thing tho Demo crntlc party iipciIh for tho next campaign -n candidate, a real llvo Issue nml votes. Tho Dcinocrntli! parly of Missouri will show lliclr colors In thu op portunity they hiivo to iiomlnnto .loioph Polk fur Governor. Tho .Slcclvlllo Mirror liughlng ly romnrksi Tho stnlo imichlno stpicczcd four nnd u hnlf mlllloiiK of dollars out of tho school chil dren of the state. It U Democracy yuu know, lloouvlll Advance. President ItnoxorcltV rcfusnt to congratulato tho nuw King of Scrvla will inert with npprovnl of nil American cltlrens, not ns nn nlTront to tho Servians, but (i...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 19 June 1903

BRING IN YOUR GRAIN NOW. I Miss Llzzlo Thompson from Over-Work Weakens Amcrlcus visited her brother Wll- 1 ii.... .. , i uui munvys. Trices nrc high and you should take advantage of same. If you have any hring it in QUICK W1" lK,y yu fc"lcy price. Are handling CHAMPION BINDER TWINE. It is the heat for it is hacked hy n hig company who have a reputation to uphold. ... Wagons, Buggies, Drills Etc. Best Goods, Right Prices... Look up your Hinders mid Mowers and sec if they need any repairs. Don't forget to get my prices on Grain Hay etc., hefore you sell. nontRomcry City, Mo. E. H. ALGERMISSEN. linm Thompson Sunday. Kvcrybody wns out Sunday for the llrst time thin spring on nc count of tho bnd weather. Miss Mnry Uupton from Mont- 1 gomcry Is visiting Mammlo White sides till week. Now Hopo. Prof. Hoy Ucck spent Snturday Among fnrtncrii, plowing corn with Oammn homcfolks. 1 - Prof, Inglcman nml wifo were visitors In Joncsburg over Sundny, of ltov. Howies nnd V seems to bo tlio order of t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 19 June 1903

Fully Eight Thousand Persont Forced to Abandon Their Homes In East St. Louis. TEN LIVES KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN LOST, Inrnrsainl Inrl.ltnts I'nlloKlnc ! tall.in-Tlirr Mm fur Threo lim ur llrrr-A llrsnlr Iliialman fttn III" ksrlr.1 lhU.tr.-ii ImishI-A llrase Mills MaM t'rum Venire. HI. Umi, June ll.Oiicfourth of liist HI. IouIh Ih kubuicrgrd, uml fully right thousand person havo been furcrd Id iiliiitiilim their homes. The M-rlirs following llic brcal.lng if rm IwiiI.imciiIh Wednesday morning nro T'lllnlilo. All ilny long refugees iourcd inlii HI. I.011I. Mothers, fumlshnl nml worn liy ceaseless vigil III tho fucn of Linger, struggled In large niimliers m riu-M Urn bridge. Nearly nil were. inty liulf-t'tntlicil. Mill" rlillilrrn, in.iny without kliuci nml nniua wear I111 "ly cum slocking, helped to surll the tattered procession. All rulluuy uml wagon commiinlca- dren areTcnn,ngcil II; Utile, aged 13, ml Henry, aged 17. Charles Mcsrlel: 11 nil three children, of H07 lloismcnuc avenue; Hie ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 19 June 1903

BITTER-ROT OF APPLES. A Deslenellre ttrehnril Dlsen.se Whit U Una Cnused t'tinslileritlite Loss uf Kale Yrara. This In I lie limit destructive dllfose to ripples In southern Illinois nnd Mis aourl, and it oecur over a Hide extent of eniintrv. It tmi most destructive in 150.1. It In inoat nliiimlnnt In vtarm, Inolit ucatlirr, ttlicn iti ratngca be como moit evident. Till la 11 disease which la eipeclnlle Injurious to npplt-sln tlie autumn, nnd limy attack tlirm licfore ur nftrr being picked. It characteristic tip prnroncp In one or more brown specks ny litre upon the unbroken skin (it Hit apple, Kncli of these, finally en' largcs to ns to income tcry illitlnct mid of dark color, circular and some, what sunken, llrneatli these, tlic tis anes are dry and tough, netcr solt and V ' CANKnn itoToPArnxs. (A Cankcreil Limit nltli Diseased AppU lltntath It.) watery, (Irent niimLc,-a of very small pustules cocr all but tlio outer bor der of the illtciilorrd xt, nnd (,'lte It a surface n rniiKl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 19 June 1903

f THE TRIBUNE, f - -- " g 9"1 : Frlilny, June 10, 1903. DON'T MISS t - 11 ft' THE El A D sf A I Nl C A 1 I-J C 1 11 ' - n. i m j a ft. 11 -, : Si in. Keep down tlio weeds, Hobt. Golden of Jouesburp was In this city Sunday, New bnrroll sweet pickles nt Mahtin'h Gitocuitr. Miss Knto Hunter Is now clerk ing nt tlio Hook .Store. Knhsns asks for 20,000 men to as Hint In her whcot tuirvest. Karl l'u Her win In St. Louis Wednesday buying goods. Mr. W. V. Harrison visited relatives nt Mlncolu luxt week. 1 inn having this week in Stationery, Books, Parses and KOYeltles. J am Helling these at cost to make room for new utock. It will jiay you to inveatlgiite. You'll never go fur wrong in making your Stationery purchases at thin utorc. CANDIES. 1 haiiillo Lowney'H and Seward's Candies which are recognized as the hest on the market. These candies arc kept cool and are always fresh. F U L L E R American I'lour, Martins Grocery Clark Wilson Is quite sick with tho (ever. Hnys tc Hndgcrs nrn n gents...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 26 June 1903

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , JUNE 26, 1903. NO. 37. UBEROID R OOFING Is giving snlltfactlon to a forgo number ol our culomer. ir you iiAvr. a Roor to covr.n we should ne PLr.Astu to have, youiv orde:v. ..- J La Crosse Lumber Co., Sole Astnti. sweet-pea wEnmsa, Tho happy mnrrlaLO of Miss Corn Mno IJarnes nnl Mr. Ilornco L. Sabourln was solemnized nt tliu ' linptlst church Wcdnodny even ing nt Hi'M o'ctock, Kov. It. S. Duncan ofllclattng. Tha church 1 whs beautifully decorated for this , occasion with llowors, vines nnit rlblioiiM. l'nltus nml sweet-pens iwerc tho prlnclpnl floral docora ii .. , , , , .... A Street Fair meeting wns lielil Tho brldo worn n brn.itlful gown ... ... , , , . , ... ... ,. in i i Jlondny night and a now board of o( whlto sllkmullo over whllo laf- ,, , , ... , . , , , ... ...... i ... t directors was chosen as follows! lein Slltc lllllliisuiuciy iriiuuicu ill of Mr. nml Mm. Hlrnm Harnes nml ono of Montgomery's most charm ing...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 26 June 1903

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Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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