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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 10 July 1903

In llllnola' Karly Daya, TtamltiR to Chicago l a favorite toplo of tlic early aettlera, and many pleat. Inp anecdotes nro told ot them long; ml weary though oftlmch bllnrlout trlp. It always required n week, and aomttltncs lrniRcr, to make the Journey, Twenty or thirty hungry tcnmttera Hopping nt n rude Country tnvern over night aomrtlmca made It Interesting for the landlord, Fifty ecnU for auti per, brenkfaat and lodging, with all the whltky one cnuld drink, and frte hay for the horaca, wan the uniform price for entertainment In the early tlayi; and the overage tcnmtteruaiial ly intended to get the worth of hll money lwfore he settled IiIh hotel hill. Stillwater Volley- (111.) flrnphlo. An Introduction. Herr Ooetre, the tenor hnd to travel from Cologne to Frankfort and appear the same evening In "Lohtnirrln." He Jutt arrived at the wlngi "n time to "go on, Jitter vanquttning the villain who n.pcrted her he rmhraerd the beautiful heroine. Ait he did not know her, he whliperrd while ...

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. — 10 July 1903

THE TRIBUNE, Friday, July in, 1003. Old .Sittlci's Itcunlon ntTiuxton .iuiyj.Mii. (t-iii-:u. You Answer This Question. DO YOU SUPPOSE THE custom ens or the LA CROSSE LUMBER CO. WOULD BUT. AS THEY HAVE DOME 82,000 Gallons Paint IF IT WAS NOT A STRICTLY PURE ARTI CLE AMD CAVE THE BEST SATISFACTIOMt Resolution of Respect, 1 AProtltable Crop. Inasmuch as It ha pleased' General Passenger Agent George Almighty God In his wise and good I Morton of tho "Knty," St. Louts provldenco, to rcmovo from this received tho following letter from world, In tho midst of tho usofull-ono of tho Company's land and ncis and honors of his publla and Immigration agents nt Itock Island prlvnto Ufa, Judgo K. M. Hughes, j Tcxns: On behalf therefore of the W. V. ' "I send you by express a box of M.H. Atix. ol tho M. K. C. S. In j cigars manufactured from tobacco ( Montgomery City of which Mrs. K.j grown nt Itntlsvlllo. Texas, on M. Hughes Is an honored member, I'ost Oak snndy land, by one W, wuextend toiler nnd ...

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. — 17 July 1903

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , JULY 17, 1903. NO. 40. Excursion to St. Louis tomorrow and Sunday. Mrs. W. W. Worlcy spent Mon tlny In St. Louis. 7.. T. Loo ol Now Florence was hero on business Monday. J. II. Miller of High Hill was In Wollsvlllo n few hours Thursday. Jv. II. Alncrnilsf.cn went down to St. Peters Wednesdny eve. (J. 0. Oraco la quite sick nt his homo nt Three Hirers, Mass. Emll Nobel of llllT was transacting business here Monday. Miss Lcotn Hodgcrs visited rcl ntlves nnd friends at Wellsvlllo' Sunday. Win. Meyerkort east of Hell- Hower delivered n few hogs hero Monday. Itecorder Kills of Danvlllo was over Wednesday afternoon n few our. ' "liuide Kills went to Ccutralta "sday where ho will sell kitchen Tue lu.t. E. nnd O. A. 1 1 rook sit I re of leus weru delivering hogs Amcrrut.s,iy, hero i to Jnines Whltesldes nnd llonVnr town on Saturday, July wife n n 0 .,oumi Klr, 11, IIMJCt .1. Locke and little Miss Mrs. O. ,nt down to Joncsburg E...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 17 July 1903

-in t 4 THE TRIBUNE l-tihllshril l.r tiik tkmii;mk I'ltlMTlxn cn, A. lb ltl:AIII,l'- lnln Kdllor. MONTOOmTT.V. i I MISSOURI. Tlicro It n condition In font of IV irr oi acrvni and another behind him lltll Urilll' dt'liinnrt. flm ritit'nr.1 if .... tnxslnntlon, Itussla Install upon tlia tH'nnltlri. Ati.Hr.nf I.... m n -Mi .I.... or which lie may liuve use fur hU wuiij. uraiiii. London Punch li.ta abed the thing up about right when It aayti "Thera 11 noi much difference between an epigram anil an epitaph. An epigram aaya unklnil anil true things about the Hiring) the epllajili toys kind and uiurue imng aoctil Ilia ilcacj." An operation for tha removal of uvviiiiiuiation irom me pictin wna performed on l-iipo Leo, on thfl 7th, eoo groin bclm ilrawn oil b Dr. .Martonl. II Im holiness seemed to rnny uimrwhat, surprising hit attend ant by hit remarkable exhibition of Tiiauiy. A the rrsull of winning n abating iiiib linn nrusii in a proirrli eonteit, cuiiuiicieii ny a local newspaper, a Jrr...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 17 July 1903

rr. I''- THE TRIBUNE. l-iihtl.hed hr TIIK TltlllllNK I'lllNTINn CO. A. U.,KKAIII.K. lnilo Editor. MONTOOMVItV. Mtssoum. L Tue cnbl C. jVmcr hero 'i Hon wife nc it, um i Mrs. C. Esther w Thurf' r FULL O' DHAQ. When I watch you nnl your mother sc.'umblln' round an' pluyln' tag. An you with curl a-tossln' a yeh run, 1 swear that nn lh quiet I'm eo dad burned full o' bras That I think tha world don't hold an other on? That kin hold n candle to yeh, that kin laugh an loud uv you, That le half th triaaurr you are to your dad; ilt't they nln'l nnothtr baby with audi eyra o' bonny blue. Or aiiuthrr one whote laugh la half aa lid. Ilet they nln't another bahy when tha sand man romea around Th.it snuggles down to -lumber like you do. An' they ain't another baby when It'a Uen undressed an' gowned Thut looka MK eo like, an angel, dear, na )ou: An' they ain't another daddy atandln' by a. trundle-bed An' lookln' on another baby form That la bulldln' half tho raillea I'm bulldln' In my hcadK Or an...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 17 July 1903

V V AS" r : I Keen lheI)ovn.lflrUf,fnh. ci,-.i. I " I. I. 'T , 1 THE TRIBUNE. I"ublinliod ISvory Krhlny. liv TI112 TRIUUNI2 PKINTINO CO.. A. H. Kkadm:, Mannglng Editor. Hubaorlptlon In Atlvnnoa. One Copy, One Year $1,00 I'll one oft. Friday, July 17. 1003. Keen thellovsaniirilrUnrrih. c,..i. i In a sermon nt tliu union services I al tho I'rcsbytorlnn Church lint 1 nununy evening Elder Endrcs of tho ChrUtian church, speaking on , "Sowing and Heaping" from i Oalatlam VI, 7, brought out many I wholesome suggostlons, and iiiiiumK oilier mings no culled tho 'attention of parents to their duty! In tho mntter of keeping their . children (both boys nnd i-Irlsl I. 1'. Dyer has been suggested """t'cssarlly parading tho m the Itcpubl lean standard bearer "'"els nnd congregating nt thoi for governor. rnllrond station nt train time. ' Asameooed rdllor engaged In ,' "ILmT!'"'. "'""V' ,lnc'' printing arguments to shot that 7, thoV. 'h ful M ""m ''T'mI bribery Is only n technical erlmo " 1 ' .17 1 ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 17 July 1903

THE TRIBUNE. Friday, July 17, 1903. High Point. Mrs. Milton ficholl and children -rUltcd her father Friday. Tho threshing mKchlno lms been -visiting In this neighborhood. "Wheat docs not turn out very well, so much of the head had no grain In It. Tho best crop wo heard of turned out a little, over thirteen bushels per aero. iVmuch needed rain fell Satur day evening and night. D. M. Hnm and his mother called on his brother Hud last Sundny evening. F- M. Cobb Is worse. LAST WIXK. Hov. Undress Mind his appoint ment hero Sunday. A largo crowd was present. Several from this vicinity at tended tho basket dinner at I.outro Sunday. J. Mltchel nnd fnmlly from tho city attended church hero Sundny nnd took dinner with T. V. Diirnes and fnmlly. A juimbor from this plnco nt tcnuXd tho fourth of July celebra tion at Wellsvlllc. ' Kvcry one reported a nlco time at tho llsh fry Saturday. Miss Illnucho Ilnskct of Mont gomery City visited thu family of S. J. Sailor several days recently. THE FIRST CA...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 17 July 1903

f'. 'A 'T WHAT'S WRONG? Arc you sick ? Do you feel under the weather) Suffer from shooting or aching' pains? Consumption. If so your blood nnd nerves are probably in need of sonic special vitalizing food, like Otoimilsiou is a vitalizing and pttiTying blood nnd nerve food, which prevents) nnd scientifically, ccttainly and .safely drives disease out of the human system. It is not merely n food. It is not only a medicine. It is a pleasant cmulsioa combin ing the health pruritics of both. Cures Consumption aud nil Lung Troubles. I'oraale everywhere In .urge buttles, Weighing Over Two I'ouncla. TRY IT FREE! I'rrc aaniplcawlll lie Rent toeveryone rrho will send their complete address (by letter or postal card) to Ozomulsion Food Co OB rina Street, New York Promoted by Shampoos of Cuticura Soap And Dressings of Cuticura the Great Skin Cure Purest, Sweetest, Most Effective Remedies lor Skin, Scalp end Hair. '1'hls treatment at unco stops falling hair, remove crusts, ecalc a.iU dan OiuflT, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 17 July 1903

W5XiWtii'rjijMtjjia.iBiiijli'tt'.'Mj iw i i r sr. in imu tji - CHURNING IN PERSIA. Is. ilails In tlie lialia Itralnt tllssif t Stellioila In I'ae Tlmnnnla of Year Abo, A method so primitive that It Is al- Etnost unknown elsonlirro Is still used by the Persian nomads In churning their butter. In theshelter of the coatakln tent ll I; swung crusado receptacle, also of goat i skin, In which tho milk Is dumped. Then It Is rocked gently by hand until the separation of the fat from the milk Is xomplcte, when the resultant oily C1IUH.N1XU IS I'KltrHA. ma:, uutaltcd, as Is all oriental butter, is ready for tha consumer. Thcro ore few more Interesting people, In these days of rnpld ilroKress.than the I'eratan nomad. Ills home Is where night mcrtakm hlin.and he sleeps when weariness suggests that he fall. Onllnn rlly his roof Is heaven's starry dome, but In case, of storms he crawls Into the shelter of his little goatskin tent, where a surprisingly largo fnmlly can 1c made Atomforlnble, k Tho ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 17 July 1903

flwfW(Wwp'''.'',,,l'l 1J fc. 1l .V ( . 85 ; 1 - THE TRIBUNE. Friday, July 17, 1003. Old Settler's ltcunlon nlTruxlon luly arth. (i-iu-:it. Hrs. licrllm I!. Mill. Died Prldny morning July 10, lltU'lnt tho homo of Glbsoti Diedcy where slut nnd licr husband resided l..ii,i,,,r,irll.. M. llrll, 1.' inn IN MEMORY OP OUH LAMUNTIil) HKOTHUK li. M. IIUUHES. Resolution Adopted bv the Order of tne uastern Mar, Tho Sliver Cord Is loosed, Hie Golden Howl In broken nnd the. spirit of our esteemed brother K. M. Utilities linn returned to tho God who gnvo It. , A wise, useful nnd upright mnn nnd citizen hns gone to his reword. Ho wax it 11 oblo charactor. Hu was kind, nITcctlonnto nnd slnccro beloved companion of Itolnnd li. , 'r''!ml- " valued n good nnmo Hill, ngo III years 1 1 months nnd (I """T" "yvlf l ilnys. Mr. Illll wn the oldest "Ilnl Interest In those of his elnuirl.lnr ..f Mr. It. f!. M,.f w.l ,.f I friends whom lit) considered honetit C.irnnlll... Pike . .......iv .....I W1,rmit uprigh...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 24 July 1903

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , JULY 24, 1903. NO. 41. Old Settler' Ucunlon ntTruxton uly'Jr.th. i)-iO-:it. Hoy L. llcclc eaino up from High Hill Snturdny. Mrs. J. C. WhltoslJcs of Dig Spring wns In our city Saturday. Miss, 'elinn Willjurti o( Now Florence wiih n visitor hero Sntur- day. W. W. Mny of near Mlddletown upont Saturday and Sunday In St. I.ouls. John Kcndlo and Carton l'rolhtt of Joncsburg were In St. Louis Saturday. J. Ii. Wilton mado a bus! ne8 irlp to St. I.ouIh Saturday evening ifctumlng Sunday. Will Govern canio down from Mobcrly Friday and Mpvnt n fow days with Ills mother. Mr . llcrt See and sister Miss Cnrrlo Smith of near Now Florence wcro In our city Saturday. Mrn. L. 11. Scott and children visited relntlrcii nt Fulton nud Mexico tlui Ilrst of the week. Dr. Davidson was called toClnrk, ltnndnlph county to see .1. T. Crows, proprietor of Clnrk Hotel. The Cetitrnllu Fair will bit held August Ith, r, llth nnd 7th. They havo a largo p...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 24 July 1903

.V -tfr ,? Witt-. 'WtfFfMfir '" 11 MiSSOURISTATE NEW I Li II If U I fill llflV VIIMIIfl V 1 I fUUUIll (ILL Unl oununi. THE TRIBUNE. I'nl.llllird hr Tim THiiir.Ni: rinsrlNo -o. A. II. Kl:.lll.U Mnln Mllor. Missnuni. MONKiOMVitV. I Tin' dUHni-tlnn nf lii'lnu mtmtcr nf Ihe idliintlon m-Miiiii mine tu Hut hruuiu eurii fjrutter, lint during the lnt neck he. lum liceuine roinplt'til Innntrr nf It, 'i"ln man who own liriiiiin rnrn I now I lie. mull of Im I'ortuiit't; In rrulrnl llllnnl. When tli' .New York "iimirt ct" tthlrli In; repudiated Mini ridiculed lirnnt tlmt Amlri'W Carncfjte Im ttnn Hie frlcndiddp nf Cnr Mi hula nf Itnoln iiikI Ijiierii Wllhrlinliui of The Ncllirrltihd It "III ilniihlli'iui Im-hIii In Inline UmiI I In- t-ntiuy Scut f lol'K" t'i tin iiiarlrr M'l. 'I Iiom tittle irrret ilrtiliuj' lietivrru China mill I'tiuln teem t J 1 1 1 1 f 1 t -Kluiiil, Iiihiii iimt llio L'nllnl Hlntr In iiillnif tilth tlpir In prrtcut run tewtorm tu Aduui-.lil. 'Mil' rnmhliin tlm f tin- (Mill;...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 24 July 1903

.. I i ii ii fiitfnwim ihj.iii..iii.i,ii .lui ' ii. ii!i3!:ii.na THE TRIBUNE. iiMUhrd br Till! TIlllllTNK rillNTINn CO. A. 11. KKAULI!. lnln KJItur. ItONTCOMPllY. I MISSOURI. BREAKING THE ICE. Wt hnil tne oflMi tiHshhoni once that inuvt In, don ti the nuiI. Wtf reckoned they wr 'Unit Hip priiUilenl lotkii wu'd ccr knotted, An ttlicn wp trtm- m now an' then w held otir head tip hliih To in ike ilmd uro thry couldn't imiuu U4 If they wan to try. It really mad m mriouf, iu I JcV tiriHdl up ti no d.iy An' thought IM k iihend un how my mannrr. unywuy. Hun-lay, 'MM n' turnln' round an' K.it In' tit the view. t looked at Ihein ii n' my'. "Hello!" An' J hey miyn: "Howdy do! It nd'n'l the rnlil nn' formal Rreeiln that jou've rometlmef heard; They umllfsl an' mM It hmrty, like thry meant It. every word, lto frtlrmn to reflect un fch.it we ml nlonjr Ufe'i way lly tint Je helu' natural un gooif- huntnreil it.ty hy day. Tl.crr'n lots o lolk who (un the simple Jo) a of tf uiMe Uvea urn thry lrc.n...

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. — 24 July 1903

ft 7 ; V" K f i TUR TDIRIIMP I Montgomery City, Mo. July 22, '0.1 ! tfen. I nC 1 Iv' DUIiL ) Tn(! umler-dgtiud cltUcns nnd 1.1 1 ntBrrT"TWfy,iS'a;,?lgE 'fur? Tril tl INtn: i Montgomery City, Mo. July 22, I I1C IK.IDUML.. Thn ,jcrRnu,i cltUcns nnd PuUIImIiucI Kvury Krklr ly. voters of Montgomery county,, liv MlKcourl most respectfully petition THI'i TKIIIUNI; PKINTIN! CO.. I mid do hereby enll n meeting of A. 11. Kl.'ADI.l:, Managing lldltor. the citizen mid voters of Mild, county to meet nnd convene, in tno i Circuit Court room In tho Court' IIoiico In tho City of Montgomery, . on tho 27th dny of July (Monday uvo.) IIKj:i nt the hour of 8 o'clock Subscription In Atlvnnoo. One Copy, One Vcnr $1.00 I'lionc Friday, July 24 Jim Durapt anerted, "Too much meat In ummtr cauies too much heat. What (hall we cat all maimer lone That, without meat, ahall keep ui strong, And In the best of nmmer trim t Why, 'Force,' ofcourte," laughed "Sunny Jim." 1903. Orgnnl! lloo-evelt Cluln. p. m., for the ...

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. — 24 July 1903

THE TRIBUNE. Friday, July a 1, 1903. Croaa. Roads. Everything U looking splendid slnco thu recent rains. T. U. Wood lout u lino heifer during the storm of ,I,net week. There nro two K. It. camp south 0 this plncu nbout - I-- miles, one enmp contnlnlni: DO teams nnd these nre nbout one half pf Its equipments. W. K. Holt nnd wlfn were trad ing In Wcllsvlllo Friday. J. II. Martin wits In Montgom ery Thursday. M. V. I'alml went to Montgom ery Friday. Chnrles Hendricks nnd Claude Drown of Hnzcl Dell delivered hogs In Montgomery Saturday Milt May nnd family were In Montgomery Saturday. Big Spring, There was a largo crowd at the Ieaguu Sunday eve. There will bo nn lee cream sup per nt the Hall Wednesday July .''.'ml. Joe Schrotf J threshing out on the other side of High Hill he hns a two weeks run out there. Hnrry Snoden Is laid up with n boll on his hand. A few young men from Amcrl ens attended the League here Sunday eve. llev. Schueh nnd wife nre visit- Ing his parents at Killings, Mo. H...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 24 July 1903

BACKACHE. Itiu'knclm li a forerunner unit nn of tlio limit riiniiiioii fijinp itim of lililncy troulilo nmt -womb illspliu cninit. READ MISS BOLLMAffS EXPERIENCE. Homo lima otpi I wm Iti a very weak condition, mv work lu.itlo mo iiTTOii.ininl my hai-knelicd frluhlfully nil tlic time, ami I hod terrible head when. "Mv mother rtl n bottle, of I.yillil 1". I'IiiUIiiiiii'h VrKrlulilo Com tllllil for Ine, nml It Wfmril to hlrrntlu'ii my baik nml help mn nl intra, nml 1 did not mi tln-il ni before. 1 contlumsl ti tnlu II, nmt It drought licnllli ami t.tri'ii;tli to mv, nml 1 wnnt to thnuk yun furtio ir'KHl It Imi iloni) nu-." Mii ICati: lloi.i.MAn, lk'ml HI. (. Wale) Ave., f.'cw York I'lly. jwoo ( .-. a-Ss htttr pnl ttiirtlM (Mf toftvJtfJ. I.yiliu I'liiMiiini'rt Vt'Ki'lulilo Oiiiipniinil ciirt'H Ih'ciiiim) It it llm (-.n-nli-sl l.iiuHii rrnii'ily fur Milnry iiikI woiiiIi trniilili-i. Hwry xmiiiiuii who Is piivlril ;ilMHitli r'imilllliiiihliiiiiM wrllo fo illr.riiil.lmm at l.jiiN.liifw:., ...

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. — 24 July 1903

fUll.'HiTii-fiil i i y 1 SHEARING THE GOATS 4 Tfililr llinl Will Hold Hie Aiiliuslb la u lit.llltm Wliere llie t'Miiiitt (Irl Attn,. Tlio shearing table shown In the Il lustration we have found ltnllii-ii.ialje nt shearing branding ami at other times when It becomes netessary in huM tlio po.U In a position where It cannot Ret uuay or bother one. sin siic-trlng vto place It upon Im back In tlio ImiiRli nnd ilnjf tliii Mntiitilunw nrumtil lis neck. Commencing at lint brisket, shear back nn I lie underside of the In My, then laKcopponltn foreleg nnd shear nsfnrtip IIANIJ HIIKAflINU TAIIt.i:. I lie shtiuVlcr nml link a imsklblc, then Irom the brisket un link to sfiuiclilnn, then near fore leu. ami shear same nt nthrr side. Thin cleans all tlio hall from underside of animal. Next throw left leu nrrns nnluial'H Unly, release stanchion ami bend Ihiirieck across mir knee. Shear all tlio neck nml replace lo stanchion. Then take thu nultr.nl hy the hlml leu ami Mreicu the Hank mils i leu smoo...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 24 July 1903

?tiJ THE TRIBUNE. Friday, July 24. igoj. Vigorous Old Age i'ainc't CVIfty Compound nuke llic nlJ Ictt )outiL't atitt rmct llivlr HI. It hai AiMcl Icafff (trail li an., moment to many life, Jso tliU pi cat inccliritu fcuUily, ami tin In. !( orating i-mcn ill fill )our ilccliitfnj tear vviiti Ih-aIiIi, MmijMli, and Itappine-, Kcail toluUrtmigc 1 . MurM.t67 )car t.1.1, M.lcl Wr.l I & KlriiAklMiN Co., GtHtltmtn . Jut a until In nl rjIitc'nCitciy CoiiiNHiii(f Imptnj it mayratcli llw rjc nl fiiiM! aillkU'U rMn, ami tliry may icrlve tlic miikj aatMiriniv trmfil. Jv.iim 15 eMfl)ii I ial a fomlmalltm nl nuljiii, f full 4 anil fcter, ami grip, whldi rnh tinucil Utf a )ar or iifiiei iiwaritititc I lM In weight &lut fo xmi:i'I, liylng ilifft rrtit iitcitl rtf.e atvl ilKtrt with iiitaiilartoiy mull. I'ainea Celery Cmitin-I hai itniiniiK-inlril, ami after uinc a littltf I Ififan to fnii'iou' .lining nUmt a miml a rrl. In a y at I 1 1 ic,a.ii. .1 to I itmts o llic Lm urluM ami K'ful iK-ali...

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. — 31 July 1903

--: Jl-m ' ' . ..in "'I Ji 'I '" i ' V MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , JULY 31, 1903. NO. 42. Mrs. James Webb visited ot i Forrcstul Sunday. Moso Lnvendcr of New Florence. vras hero Sunday. Tho Misses Mllllknn visited at Jonesburg Sunday. Wm. Nelson moved his family lo Hell flower Wednesday. IM Holt ot Cross Itoads deliver ed hogs hero Wednesday. Fred Uaskctt of St. Louis was hero a tow days last week. When you want n good smoke, call tor "Motlnshcd'sr.15." Esq. E. 1). Gentry hns n pet on his hand In the nature, of n boll. W. O.Lavenderof tho.loncsbure Journal wns In this city Mondny. W. W. May of near Mlddletown , ) transacted business hero Monday. L. 1). M iidd was transacting business In Jonesburg last Satur day. Thu division point oHmcC. & A. will be moved from Slater to Mexico. Win. Wnld shipped two car load of eattlu and threo load ot lion this week. Mrs. ltobt. Cnrutliors visited relatives nt New Florence Saturday mid Sunday. O. W. SuilcTso...

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. — 31 July 1903

THE TRIBUNE. t-iilillsheil lir tiik TniniiM; riiiNTisn ca A. Ik SUnulnl filler. iiONTOOMU'HV. M1SS0UIIL .I Some of the statisticians nrr Irylng to ihmv (lint 11 la safer riding mi i Ir.lln tlmn staying nt home, nml that dijc Is safer In the army In time of war tlmn In riding on a train. 01 course, nur Spanish nr 1 the war ri lied tipon to support the latter state ment. The l-'nltcd Stale ha So:, 1 71 mile of railway, or 4fi,SfS mora than Ihr Ilrlllsh, Herman nml lltistluti empires combined. Ami the toot of the American locomotltc In heard In all cllmis, quite crlipnlciff Ihn morning drumbeat that keep company tilth the hour, An Kngllsh tifitKipcr nnnntinrtt thai President l!isctcli In summer ing nt Oyster Ikiy, "In Smith I'lorl tlti," hut Uicrc' no reason for im to worry oter this Ml of llrltlsh, mlln forinullon. Thanks to thu Itoosciclt children oinl n colony of spucc-wrlt-In) ''hil cnrrciiulrtit, vie know dully Jul where Hie pretddent It "at." The latent Intelligence from Colom bi...

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