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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 26 June 1903

V4- m. ' 1' fitfl f... THE TRIBUNE. I'nhllalieil br T1IK TIUI1IISK I'llt.NTIXO CO. A. Ik UKAIIl i:. Mntln Editor. MONTGOMEUY. I t MISSOURI. A CHAIN OF 01KCUMSTANCES. r nV KATIl I'.M'I.IMU AIHIOTT. The mists were creeping over the longslrctch of meadow land which skirted the thriving little village of Olcndale, southward. A day of beauty had just passed from tight, and twilight wai throwing her damp, 10ft mantle overall. "Silently, one by one," like lifingfcltow' "lovely elors," gleamed the friendly light from neighboring farmhouscs,many of whose solid frame) could boast the workmanship of 100 year ngo. Up through the Wealthy shadow came the sound of the milling river, swollen much hcvond it normal si;.e. Tho snows of the northern hills had yielded at last to the warm windsand sunny smiles of early spring. The ice blanket, neatly coering lake and stream, had been gradually growing thinner, etcn threadbare, until they, too, had lost Ihcmselvci amid the forces that came tumbling on in ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 26 June 1903

M r 5 THE TRIBUNE. I-'ubliHliuil lCVory Krkliy Til 12 A. II lCvory I MY TH I HUN 13 I'KINTINU CO.. Kiiadi.k, MnnnRlni; Editor. Subscription In AUvnnon One Copy, One Year Si.oo I'ltnne oo. Friday, Juno 2G. 1003. At Troy, A smooth "guy" giving his nntno an Saxton, got into trouble hero Wednesday. Some tlmo ngo ho wax hero taking orders (or en larging pictures frco of cost "to ndvcrtie Ills house." Ho dealt principally with tho woman folks, who thought thoy were doing well to get something for nothing. Tho fellow re-appeared Vcdno- ( day with tho enlarged portrait In frames which hu had marked at Jackfon uub 1 cnnunccs machine n J Ir0Ill vi lo y,. f ilu picture was hnuorses I oik liirllovvrnor. . . , ., , , , i i refused, ho would not giro hack I Tho following resolutions wcrouho original. Then our better' adopted by tho .lackson Club In i halves raised a racket. llowas Knnsns City Juno 111! arrested and lined S7.IK). which ho Whereas, Tho machlno of thoj,md and then nlmok tho dust of ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 26 June 1903

THE TRIBUNE. Friday, June 26, 19113. Prlcos Branch. Tho past fow fliio dttys have mnde tho corn llclds to blossom like tho rose. Joo F.nrly, wife and daughter of Dayton, Ohio, nro visiting Mrs. JJnrly's parents Mr. ami Mrs. I). Stoltcnbcrg. M. K, Austin nml wlfo of Iowa Falls. Iowa nro visiting Mrs. J. I). . Austin mid other relatives. They go to Mncon Mo. In n fow days to visit friends. Jno. Ccnrnn nnd family nnd W. M, Alcxamlor nnd family wero the guests of 1). II. Hose and family Sunday. Miss Almn Duvcll nnd brother John visited their unelo in Troy tho first of tho week. They were nccompalucd homo by their cousin limine!!. , Chan. Alexander nnd wlfu were In Montgomery City Tuesday. Wo understand that E. 15. l'hll ll)9 Intends commencing his wheat harvest In a fow days. Miss Emma Wells of West Virginia nnd Miss Ellon Wells of near Truxton, Mo. visited Mr. and .Mrs. Frank Wells Tuesday. SlI.ENT. BRING IN YOUR GRAIN NOW. I'rieus 11 ro high and you should tuku advantage of hiuiic. IT...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 26 June 1903

' TIT?'' 1 1 ' V ' " i ni M Sit nfl' -' r J l IP CfiEAr to coi.on.no. Tho llortlnclon'a (.heap Itete. hrlMnv mer Ontliiff Take your viw-atlon in (Jolormlo. lie narkaMy ihenp dally tnnrlot rates after Jimn tut, nn.l from Jul' ( to tUth round trip rnltw are let than half. Unrar hi MixxisoTa. 1'n llili la-autlftil summer renlon dally lnw tmirlit ralnuf nppruilmately one far, I'ltuPM" round trip. Cimi- tii Cil irouili. Npei-lal half rale round trlplo California, .y In la loth. Utn round trip rate ti (Ann htirfarr from Auul lit to lltli. Wrllo ino ileM-rlhinp: prniio-i-d route. It. W. Wtati.rr, (i. I'. A., llurlliijton llouta, Ml I'lua Hlrnot, tit. Ixiuln, Mo. U liat Jlero Slli.eil. "Crrat divinitlci'" ciilaimcil the ehadi rl Nerii, watrhlMi the automobile race, ' Vill I liati- hid bunch n( them, uliot unlit, uf riijriil rarnaee the arena would have afcn!" Ilillimoio American. It V.utrn While Vim Walk. Alleria r'tiil-llii? a certain cure for hot, writing, cillui, anl tanllrn, achlni. fee...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 26 June 1903

-r MOVABLE NEST BOXES. Titer Are r.nllr Tftbrii Dnnn for Clriinlrm: nml llir Ileus Perm In Like Tliem, Vnrlntia nrrnngcmrnts fur netlnr boxes In tin- tii'iilmiir e hnc Lccn iiifrrslcil, lint tliu hest In, for nil Reii mil iirii'K, tin- plain box lniiitf oh tnu nails o tlml It i-nii lii taken dim n enslly. The (.rnciTymun's box pile will ftirnUli an nlitimhitici uf nia Irrlnl to select f rum, ns tin- boxes do nut need to Li' uniform In sle Aliniit 13 Inches ijii.iri! nml (lie Inches drop la wlint Is wnntril. Nnll two I'li'iitH to tin back, nlhmltiK tliftn to project fix Inrlii'ii nlioic I In' liox. Through these lion holes Ity x Iilcli Hit liox I htintf on two Irnptlili.v null driven In llic wnlls of t lit' build' inR. Tin merit of llieie Hi-Jin Ilea In l 11 ' ? Mm PLANS Of NI'HTINfJ iioxr.a. tin ruse wltli ,Jilch they enn be taken ilowu for drnnliijr, etc-, AlMitit unco n niontli they nr- tnki'ii to some ritmciilnit place to rrceiiei nn apple ration of liiNii'tli'ldo nml new MHnir. ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 26 June 1903

0 I THE TRIBUNE. Prldny, June 26, 11)03. Rangl nt Ki'i.i.kii'h. C. L. Clntk wns In St. Louis Sat urday. J. J. arllTrnfirYllsvillo wns hero Monday. Dr. Davidson spent Tuesday nt Mlncoln Spring. Jack Maiden wn n St. Louis visitor Sntiinlny. Charles Uohrer uf Ucllllowcr was In town Tuesday. Miss Ponrf Wylle visited In Dellllower tli I n week. James McQulc spent 11 few hours In Wellsvlllo Monday. Hubert Duncan of Olney iniiilo n visit to Irlcnds hero, Sunilny. Fred Drown of St, Louis enmn up on the excursion Sunday. MrH. Nettle Sheets In now visit ing her fun I-M nenr Truxton. '. C. Hopkins made n business trip In Williamsburg Tuesday. Miss Maude Rodger returned from Kansas City hint Saturday. E. T. Oliver wns transacting bindncsi In Mexico hint Siiturdiiy. Hull Dougherty, the famous llnnjci King will ho at the opera house, .liuii! l!!l. llii'tn nrn IT member of the! kcye family, ncur Klrksvllle. Quito n bunch of Keye s. U. I.. Purdcy of .Mexico wm licro Sunday having hi eyes trcnled by...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 3 July 1903

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , JULY 3, 1903. NO. 38. Mlta Susie I'cmbcrton of Now Florcneo Attended the tcnclicrs cx-1 nmlnntlon'hcro Inst week. Guy Whitehead mndo Ills Ilrst I 'trip In the mnil service Wednesday night passing hero nt II :W) on the Omnhn trnln. I C. W. Covington of nenr Mlncoln j was In town Mondny. Mr. Cov ington brought n SKO lb. soven months plfr. to market. Miss Flora Hordenux, who hns been In a olllco at Uhllllcolho for uoino tlmo now has n position In the Free I'ress olllco at Troy. Circuit Court convened Mondny. The lociil bnr elected W. I). M. Cook judge. The Judge called court and adjourned without tran sacting any business, all cases Jjclng continued. I'rof. Dob Dougherty the banjo master of Plko county, gave an exhibition to a fair sized audience nt the opera housu hero Mondny night. The, entertainment w n h good, well worth the admission price. Ice Cream Social. The I-ndles' of the M. 12. Church of High Hill will give nil...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 3 July 1903

THE TRIBUNE. CURRENT TOPICS. I'liltllshril l.r Till! TIIIIIII.M: ITtlNTINfl CO. A. Ik KKAIll.i:. .Msesilaf IMIIor. ilO.NTGOJIEIiV. MISSOURI I, f tv; PA The, Illinois girl who received uiplnmn one week nnd n mnrrlnge eer. iincate. the next week tuny be men tinned a a demonstrator of Hie anil procrastination lesson. She embraced tier opportunity. The length of steam rnllnmil trncki In the United States In 265.352 mllet nnd of electric railway tracks 23,585 nine", i or J.urope, to Institute a comparison with L'ncle Ram In thin line It la nrrrmnry .to Include the en- lire continent. Tronic wonder why Italian nrnuinfl ronllimp llilng on tlie menaced sinpel of Vrsuilus. Hut Is their rrcklcssncai tnoro remarkable than that which placed llcppncr, Ore., In the path of me mountain torrrnt which was cer tain tome day to ilrtroy It? Tpon second thought the pnw-en " concluded not to cull the Scrrlun lissasslns to account. There I n now. rr. hnttetcr, thai 00!r or later will take tho fellows who ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 3 July 1903

H .A Unique Celebration ti I Dy P. II. LANCASTER. IS I.AN'Cl-. crossed the lawn lie was hailed by n chorus of nnxtous voices! "Come help ua, Ijncr, I'leasa come. He shrugged lit rnther henry shoulders, and came slowly toward the group under the cedars. "What" up?" hn ashed, lazily throwing himself upon a tent a Utile apart from the rent, and leaning for ward tn liond the ffrnmi down with lilt tllT-brlmmcd traw hat. He did not look nt anyone n he put the question, but the voting Creole re piled: "If Ccdonl," "I hare liollillie to do with II," corrected Cedoni, whose tlvacity and fun had vanished when I.ance op preached. "Ah, but you laid It mint be mine thing different this year." "Oh, It' your Fourth of July eel rlir.itlon, In It? The Mime old cry You lira tired of barbecues and rc gnttns mid flli fries nnd sunstrokes. ion expert me to help you Willi such n conundrum?" Lance spoke, with good-natured Impatience, hut ho did not look up. "Why not Ignore the I ourlli7 :ot hare nny celeb...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 3 July 1903

msm' I therTbIjne. 1'i.ibllnliod 12vory Kriduy. nv THIS TKIIJUNIJ PKINiINO CO.. A. II. Ki:aii.k, Maimnlnu' Kdltor. Subscription In Ailvnnca One Copy, One Vear $1.00 I'lione yd. Friday, July 3. 1003. Contest, Tho Krnnd K"''! mcilnl content e.unn olT hh nniioiiiiL'ud nt tliu W. 0. T. V. hnll liint Krlilny illicit. WI1II0 there wni a ftendy down pour of ruin Urn hull wun well filled. Thoro worofoiirroiitiiolnnlH MIhcs funeral Senium nf lite Democratic hSolia KoilKcm, .M-llio miner, i.orn I'.irly. 1 llnimley nml James McQulc. They lir vn 1 Mti nt irinii .i x. 'nil did well, lininlllnn their nub- ii-i-"ii i.ii.i ii.ii 11.ink.1i1 i,e i.i,.mi. 1 jt.ctH wu, crt.,t to their I'lTortH. ,.wnrw . im- T() m(1(lnl W(H nwnr(U.a ,,,,., In U10 cn-twhlln Democrat c McQuU, nmJ tllu decision teemed pnrty o America, hall nnd jjood- , mlM Bnl,,fftclory, Tho were Mr. Wlrrlck, of ClnrlcHvillc, Mo., and llov. J. K. Kerr nnd I'rof. I Hlgglim. Mnoter .James llnydeii ctiturtnlnd 1 the niullcncu with noniu violi...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 3 July 1903

THE TRIBUNE. Prldny, July3t 1903. SB . ( r Cross Roads, Thoonts In thin vicinity havo tho rust pretty bnd. Wheat harvest lain progress nt this writing. Jos. Morris- of Lincoln county visited Jus. Martin nnd fnmlly "Wednesday nnd Thursday. W. T. Sanders nnd wlfo were trading In Wcllsvlllo Saturday. Mrs. Win. White nnd daughter Miss Mamlo wcro trading In Wells vlllo Thursday. Mrs. lames Adnms nnd Mrs. 'Chns. Jones of Mlddlctown nnd Misses Lulu nnd Dora Young of Hopewell nnd .Miss Kinmn Kraft visited nt Mrs. T. II. Woods Tues day of Inst week. C. W. Kraft nnd wife of Middle town visited hero Sunday. C. F. Kraft was In Montgomery Friday. II. A. Kraft was In Montgomery Saturday. Scott Floyd of Hazel Dell de livered onU In Montgomery several days last week. Mr. Heskclt of Olm-y visited Ills daughter Mrs. Win, Heed Wednes day. Mrs. Trances Knollcr of Mont gomery returned nomo Saturday after n weeks visit among relatives here. Chas, ltelcher nnd family of Hazel Dell visited Mrs. F.llcn Dati...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 3 July 1903

s4W sea i v - . y 3 . t- t I ' ..if? iVajajajajajajajajaajajajajl ftfopn the Const V ntid work, oil th cold. Lax-tire Bnmo Quinine Tablcli. Price S3 cent! All the rogue wanlaf.Jutl'.e tohcarhla tell (..-Chicago I)jl Newt. Pi.o's Cure for Consumption If an infitlt imp tncdirinc for rough and colds. N. W tMtmitl, Ocean drove. X. J.. I'cli, 17, MnO. Cotlribred l tametlmet four yeert loaf.- llipon College Days. ABSOLUTE" SECURITY. Genuine Carter's Little Liver Pills, Muot Boar Olrrnoturo of St Pac-Slmlla Wrsppsr IT. low. CARTERS Vswf saaalt and a sktr a uvountu rORHUOACHC, rOR DIMINISS. rOR tlUOUSNEtS. FOR TOItPIO LIVER. FOR CONSTIPATION. rOR SALLOW SKIN. rOR THCCOMPLMION USUUJ .-Sail till CURE SICK HCADACHI. v suwasaizER ?cy inccwTS. jTAvv , 'Own xtrA VflEN pain: ANOUISH rinbbrow, A MASTERING AHBELTHOU: at Sold Everywhere. H RAIKl SUVVEff'S DCCOSWH BRANS Oiled Clothing ana Slicker nrrrUl lValtrfH!, I Ul I H iejf ft imiMri, ir " H.a.aiMiRaaoi Hfrv Km4 CMIftlf. M. II ill "Lleuts-Cot." F....

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 3 July 1903

A MODEL COW STALL. nlil from Alabama Which Star I'raM al Valae to .Maar Xorlliera Dairy t-arraera I tried all kinds of Ilea, and every thing I could read of, and nothing would do until, I tried this plan, but row the cow Is nltrnys clean; never hare to woili her, and It used to be every morning's job to scrub the cow before I could milk her. First clou lip front of ttall 10 cow can't get her head through, and make a rack to feed touch feed In about four feet from floor, depending on lUe of cow, 1 uied a U-lncli board for the bot tom A as long as I wanted the rack JZL Ki:i:i' tub cows cm:ak. to be; mine not four feet, letting the f .otUim droop slightly so the hay f vvmild Always work to the front so he could get It all enilly, nnd n 1x4 piece II same length ns A fastened nt arh end back two fret from C, and to this nnd the bottom A nailed 1x2 Inch slat to ninktt the bottom of rniki tlx to eight Inches nwirt makes i, cood illstntirr, ns they can't pull out and wntte feed so entity. A...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 3 July 1903

THE TRIBUNE. lJrldny, July 3, 1903. Tomorrow la tho Fourth. Hint linnet Doom I, F-l-x-x-o. Pcto Whltoof St. Louis spent Sunday hero. A. C. Loirntt wn up from St. Louis Sundny. CInrcnco Johnson was In St. I.o u In Tuesday . Kvcrclt Spcnr returned from St. Louis Snttirclny. John Col I urn nnd W. L. Mnbry of Wcllsvlllo wero hen1 Mondny. Miss Grace Harrison nrrlved from Chorryvllle, Knti., Mondny. Tho Misses Wilson of Wcllsvlllo visited tho .Misses Kills a few hours Sunday. Mr. Delhi Olllvcr arrived homo Tuesday from n visit to relatives nl l.ixll, Cnl. I.. M. KiiKllfh nml wife of St. I.imiIh spi'iit n few days hern tho first of tho week. Noah I.eal:u and .Miss Tllllo I'oderhaM) wero married In St. Louis .In no J. A. Ileliemeyer, F. Wclirinnii and Fred llupo wern over at Col umbia Wcdnesdny. ICvermont Mays and F.verett Spourt wern calling on friends at l'rohlbillon Sunday. Mrs. Wirlel; of ciurksvllle, Mo., nttonded tho W. ('. T. IT, enliven lloii hero last week. Miss (Iraeo Ditvnult of ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 10 July 1903

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , JULY 10, 1903. NO. 39. Old Settler Itounlon nt Truxton July 25th. 7-IO-:it. Joe. McClcnry, Jr. was up from St. Louis Hundny. Win. Dixon o( nenr Hendsvlllo delivered 21 hogs hero Tuesday. Miss ltolFoY w7ntzvi"lle is tho guest of WnHcr Bull nnd wife. I". I,. Osborno of Cross Iloads delivered somo Initios licro Mon dny. Hugh Coson of St. LouU spent Sunday with his parent nt this place. Charles Tnto of Hendsvlllo de livered hogs nt Montgomery Tues day. Lacy Henry of Sllex spent Kntur ay and Sunday with relatives ere. di here f Wilder llnlley of Alton, III., Hpent n few days here the first of ,tho week. James Klsbcrry of Hannibal visited his mother north of town Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. I V. Meyerkort of Truxton were In Montgomery Wednesday. Tho colored hand hoys gnvo us noiuo good muslo on tho streets Saturday evening. Klder V. I). Kndrcs nnd wife visited rclnllvcM near Gluey tho latter part of last weok. A Jolly crowd of young...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 10 July 1903

saes THE TRIBUNE. I'nhllaheri br TDK TIIIIIIIM! VKIJCTINO CO. A. Ik Kl:AUI,r- Managing Ml lor, UOXTCOXtKllV. I t MISSOUKL Tbcro's nothing surprising about the statement that tlio lleef trust "111 retail oullry, egg anil liutlcr. It may nlso go Into tlia onul nml Ice titmlnoii, obtain controlling Intercut In tlio nil nrul augur trusts, and claim ft share In the ship soMldy. Socialistic) experiments hove fallen off In the United States. Few now sur vive of the seventy-two carried on twnty-fl yenra ago by societies with 9,000 members and a. capital of 112,000,000. Tilda Idealized connnunl Ilea tried many plant, but failed to fill a long-felt want. A young limn Jut graduated at Co lumhla. nnJ worth $23,000,000, linn an nounced that liln business III Ufa will bo to improve, tho condition of tho poor. The name of this original young cltlcn U MarcclltiH Hartloy Dodge, anil tlio result of bl labors will be noted with Interest. Tho gentleman at prcient holding down the throne of Perth seems ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 10 July 1903

THE TRIBUNE. Published hr TIIK TIIIIIIINK PnlNTINO CO. A. IS. KKAIII.K, Hiniilm Kdltor. UONTGOMWIY. MISSOURI. IN CLOSE QUARTERS. "Yes, danger li an ever-constant companion of men who follow iny business," (aid tlie old f ccrct service man. "We know not at what hour we may be called upon to face death in a violent form. Hut mo get used to experiences of this nature, and learn to keep a cool head on our shoulders and to think tjuicklv. "Occasionally a secret service man lose liU life while performing hit duty, but that is not often the case. I remember that, a number of ear ago, a young man who had had more or less experience as detective se eureil a position in the service through political influence more than through any ability. "lie was supercilious to a degree and manifestly dvsircd to make a hero of himi-elf in short order. Hounding up defrauders or mall rilleri was too commonplace to luit hit fancy. He wanted something ex citing; something extremely haz ardous, he declared. So ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 10 July 1903

I irrr-i-lfriW 1 ry.y'?yf'.y',lh THE TRIBUNE. rjubllHhtil ISvory I'rlcJtty, IIV - THE TUIiJUNIi PWNTINfl CO.. A. li. KlIADI.i:, Mnnnglng Kdltor. Subscription In Advnnco One Copy, One Year $1.00 I'liutte go. Friday. July 10. 1003. Tlieru ISn lltllo mnttiT wo wISli to ifpeiilt lo Homo of our Subscribers i,nr n ,;i.ricnlu nbout. Wo rclly Imli! lit Spcnk of II, but Sonic linvnSi'Cinliitly nllow imI It togllp llii-lr mind. Wo need It In our business. Tim Auxviikho ltovliiw In Hpoak-' lug til burgulnrH ontcring xomifof! tliu lniini'H In town rt'vuntly, nays: ' "An 1111 nltlrriiinii of thin town j wo prnposn to Imvo nn ordinance-, panned making It a litw t hang all tlilcvuH who 1I11 not get over 3I0O,-1 K. K Olio ilni'H not get that I amount, ho Ik to bo hunt; on llic! spot, but It ho grid thai iiiiioiint hu In to bo Hont to tliu MlHiourl logls Inturn (or I Iff, or matlo 11 pri-Htilcn- tlnl piiHHllilllty. What's tho mutter with Kancimvl A luinilreil million biiMhtiN ofj wheat mill tho blgg...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 10 July 1903

THE TRIBUNE. Friday, July lo, tooj. Thomaa District The farmers nro very busy with their work now laying by corn and oat harvest Is on hands. Somo few from this vicinity celebrated tho Ith nt Wcllsvllle. Saturday. Miss Anulo I'rltclictt has been visiting In this vicinity tho past week. Mr. Snbourlu's of Montgomery City was visiting nt Mrs. T. Mcrltt's Sunday. Tho farmers would llko to see n good shower of rain, for tho corn Is beginning to need rain. Miss Helen Thomas was up from St. Louis visiting homo folks Sun day. Somo from here attended tho tclcphono meeting nt Cross Honds school houso Saturday evening. Wc did not learn what determina tion was reached In regard to building tho proposed lino from Montgomery City to Mlddletown. Our Jolly good-hearted o I d bachelor friend "Kdwnrd Taylor," wne surprised by his friends and relatives Sundny. They nil camo nnd brought plenty of good cnt nbles nnd had an enjoyable time. Wo hope our friend may llva to enjoy more such "treats." Leslie O...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 10 July 1903

war ED BY GL0U0BUR81 Upwards of One Hundred Lives Re ported Lost by a Cloudburst In Pennsylvania. PLEASURE SEEKERS OVERWHELMED. STATE ITEMS Thrr tt.rs Il.lt.sr.l at (UkUn.l I'nrk. la Iho tlslnltr (if llr.m.bura, 4Vn Otrrwhrlmxt. A I mo. I Without Waia- lac, lira Wall of Matsr Uhlfh CarrU4 Kssrrttilaa lUforn tt. tlicciisliurp, I'n., July 1-A witter ipmil nf liniiiriino iriiurtln strlk 4iir In I lie tlclnlty c.f O.ikford I'ark jnilrrilay rrrnlnl it flood Hint camel great Ion) if Ufa ami pmrly. It f kuottn tli it t nt leant twenty person vrrr lost mill rumor plnco Hie mini licr if ilead tit more tlinu a liundrcil, lull up tu n lull- liuiir last nlirlil only thrri" nr four luiillrs Imtn liccn reco. ml, liming lirru washed t tiro tiuiilm nf tlm Utile creek thai rum furillel ttltli the, p.irk. The names At llireo o'clock rain licpan to fall In Inrrriits III the, tlclnlly uf tlic park nml spread user u territory cnrcrliijr Vnil.alily leu miles, A half hour later hi clulliurt orrurri.il, nm...

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