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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 31 July 1903

THE TRIBUNE. I'ltMlNhrri lir tub vtiiiiiiNi: nti.NriNO rci. A. Ik IIL.MII.K. .Mnslur IMIli.r. ItONTOOMritY. MISSOOIU. NEW EPOCH IN SCIENCE. May Result from Discovery of Ra dium, Thorium and Uranium. The recent epoch-Making discov eries in (cienco urc being rapidly de veloped. Investigation by M. Curie, the French phvicit, Sir V. Thotn inn, 1'rof. Rutherford, J'rof. Sir Wil linm Cronkcs, and Viol. Sir Oliver Lodge hnvu tarried its entirely into an unknown region of physics and chemistry where all nnnlogies fail und nil Accepted views of the nature of matter niter noa"ltancc. A itttdy'uf the radioactivity of the three new elements, radium, thori um and uranium, rays the Chicago Inter Ocean, (how thut three kinds of rays are emitted1. One kind con fists of radially projected atoms of matter which are thrown into space at the trcmcm'nu- speul of :I0,000 miles per second. These particlci emitted hy radium are 1,0IR) times more ma'slvc than the negative elec trons, which are al-o thrown o...

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. — 31 July 1903

I1 TtoU.,... - ' i"i .... - . It' m. In fir f WiVU THE TRIBUNE. I rjutjIlHhocl ISvory KrlcWiy. IIY TUP. TKIIJUNIJ PRINTING CO.. A. II. Ki:aii.!:, Managing 1'dltor. Subscrliitlnn In Advance. One Copy, One Year $1.00 Phone gft, Friday, July 31. 1003. Sum Jones snys thnt ttic dem ocrntH linvn no dhow to civet (ho president next year and thnt thoy will snvo llmonml whiskey by not holding nny convention. ' llcfnro thoclcctlnn of IliOl Socro tnry of State Cook will phiconbout 82(H) worth of conitltiitlonnl amend mont ndvi'ttlHlnu In each of III counties. Ah a consequence, tho i tlnn I'. M. Cobb. Mr. Frances Marian Cobb de parted this life July 21, 11)03 nt his residence near 1 1 lh I'olnt church, Cnllawny county. Mr. Cobb was born In Missouri Fob. 17, itSVi, nnd was married to Miss Mnrthn Ann Clement Dec .'10, lOtVI. Ho united with tho Christian Church In 1877, nnd has over shown by his christian deportment thnt i. ,.,,. I,., II, ..i.w ..1 11. ..1 Ho lived In tho lovo of God,! thu lovo of...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 31 July 1903

THE TRIBUNE. Friday, July 31, 1903. High Point. Mrs. Dud Ham Is real sick. Mrs. Chan. Mill Is Improving. Mrs. S. J, Sailor tins been on tho sick list but wo nro glad to say ho Is nblo to bo out now. S.J. Snllor ntlcmleil tho funeral of Mrs. Hcnsley below Montgom ery Inst week. Wo nro lirvvliifi real worm weather again. Miss Stella llarncs visited Mrs. John Hnys ol Montgomery county last Wednesday. . K. K. Snllor and family wcro guests of Wm. Nichols nnd family Sunday. Hov. Kndrcss of Montgomery will preach hero noxt Saturday and Sunday. Several from this tilnrn trnnt In church nt Auguetn Sunday but wcro dlssapolnted as tho preacher was not theru. Miss Kdnn Gannnway of Ilcntou City In n guest at the homo of T. W. llarncs. THE FIRST CAR OF NEW WHEAT By A L GERAl ISSEN. BRING YOUR GRIN TO HIM HE PAYS HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. Grain wicks" routed nt rciisonuhlo rate plenty of thom on hiuitl If yon want a gOotl wagon to haul your grain in, ho kuoiw Ilium on hand. McSherry WHEAT DRILLS with e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 31 July 1903

Thousands Visit the Basilica of St Peters, at Rome, to View the Remains of Leo. ROYAL TROOPS GUARD SACRED EDIFICE. Hn- Wrrt- Ittrn llnllmiril UHI1I11 Hit- llusllli-n V. lie ii Hie Crush Hi" s-illni- Tihi Mrrisl I'nr liul llunrUs In lliimllr tn litem ul I'riuillHr almilllrmii-e, Koine, .Inly s:i. l'rutu auntli-c until -sunu'l today thousands ui ti I be fore the body "f l.co Mil. lu state In tlio basilica, of St. IVti.T. It wiib originally Intended that thla op portunity publicly ti tlvw the remain hiinld extend thliiuli three dnyi, but to nlKht It U learned that the Ulna In likely tu lie uurtullcd, mid t hut the funeral may oceur 1'rldny Instead 'it fenlurdjy nlfjlit mtlnj? to tlio etldencea thut ilccuuiposltlon la scltltur In. This I due to tu day' aet-cro heut f rum which no embalming, however per fret, cniild completely protect the body. The prerollliiff Impression of thoe who iiurd before the Iron (fates of the clinpcl of the Sacrament to tlctr Hie irinalns tta one (if Intense pi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 31 July 1903

2H La iIrs Can Wear shoe One ium smaller after wing Allen'a Foot. J'-atc. A certain euro for swollen, melting, bet, aching feet. At all l)ruiits,?. Ac. cent no tubttitutc. Trial packafe FilIX, Acldnis A. ti. Ulmilcd, Lo Hoy, N. V. TfM "Uraclouil You're ai c rout at ttr ttieks this morning. Jess "No ttondtr, n " l M?.".1 1 .,llin me last niBht." I'tilsdelphla l'rf.i. IWs .Cute for Con.umpllon It an Infnlll Me medicine lor coughs and eoldi. N. V, samuel. Ocean (trove. N. J., Kelt, 1". 1900. i i,!!r". f" ,ute jour tniitreis it not It! Ill- !fet III am nnl.W the lamei to i?' '.".".ol. !"'. " 'oi lo doubt I'hiladtlphi l'ren. if ( Chlcipo, St. raul-Mlnneapolli, four dally train via. the Chicago & NorthAYcitern Kr. A woman gains weight might fait when I1' Mr ..V"l ' lliiii on tier huihand's loitn rnrui a I I'er Acre Cn.li, Ul. crcptlll falj. Mulliii1l.KionxCitr.Ia. ' How the .holt haired women iInliLetLe ler-lt Until intn' I nu iso Tritium. ABSOLUTE. SECURITY. Genuine Carter's Little L...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 31 July 1903

THE TRIBUNE. Prldny, July ,v, 1903. Subscribe for The TnniUNK. Something now. Ilollcil Ico Try It. Jnmcs Graves was up from LouIh a few days thin week. St. Miss Franklo Motts ntiJ muthor of Wollsvllle visited hero yester tlny. Mli- Ocrtrudo Nunnelly Is visit Jnn In nml near Auxvasso this week. Miss (llovuna nt Mlddlctown week. WootlrulT visited Hit! Ilrxt of tho Circuit Court convened hero Monday and the first case tried was, State of Missouri Vs. Donovan Commission Co, chnrged with operating a bucket-shop In Mont gomery City. Tho on so was turned over to tho Jury about 2 :.')0 p. m., Tuesday nnd falling to ngrco were discharged nt noon Wodncs dny evening equally divided, six for ncuittnl and six for conviction. Tho following composed tho Jury: Hnlo.Young, W. It. I'unnlngton, (Jus Murphy, Hen lllades, Prank Hill, Alex Graham, Kd Spears, Isham McMahan, Geo. Hoblnson, J. P. Murphy, W. 0. Moore, S. D. Grcenwcll, ST Mrs. Lulu Hcott nnd llttlo dnugh tcr, Sarah wero In Mexico a fow hours ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 7 August 1903

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , AUGUST 7, 1903. NO. 43. Montgomery will circus Aug ISth. hava big Hornco Stephen returned home from llllnolso Inst week. Frank Dyron o( Dckotals vlslt I lng his father at this pla'-o. D. Y. Moore went down to Troy Wednesday to visit relatives. Mlas Maggie Chnpln went to St. Charles Tuesday to visit relatives. A ncwBpnporshould bo tha com mercial looking glass of the town. Miss Stella McCarthy of Nor tnnvlllc, Kan., I visiting relatives here. Emmctt Oliver Is utlng a crutch from the effect of stepping on n nail. Mm. 11 U. Slpple of Huntsvlllo enmo down Wednesday to visit relatives. Misses Illnnclio and Mil bell Clove attended the Centralln Fair Wednesday. I V I'rof. J. It. Howley of Loulslnnn spent Saturday and Sunday tho guest of ). E. Johnson. Miss Annie Mullcnknmp of St. Louis wns the gurst of Miss Lo rcne Alvcy Friday nnd Saturday Harry Cunlnf;hnm nnd wife lmvc moved to St. Louis to live. Harry has a position on the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 7 August 1903

It ' t" I: T1 it- Is IS 1: MM THE TRIBUNE. uullshril br TIIK TIUIIIINK IMIINTISO CO, A. Ik KliAIII.l:. Hmilu Kdllor. ilOXTCOMUUV. Missooni. Tlie Dnnlnh Island matter bn been rrtllcil In Hie right wny. This rutin Ir.v rnn nut buy them, nnd It lino put Denmark In n situation wherein It rati not courteously oiler the m to atijr other power. The college student who went mil west to help gather the wheat rnip lucked Ihe iirrcssnry phtslcnl cntltir nncr. Working In a hnrwst Held lo finite different from chasing n golf tut I out ii coiil Inndscupc. A proportion In made to pay $17. COO tn tear down n municipal building In Xrw Vork I Ant I worth Hl,auo, mill Unit In Ihe fiirr nf mi offer to In 1 lie mirk fur tin' sulwigc. Thai tounilo wonderfully like the old Tweed tmtlio(li of doing business. Wnll street spcenlnlnr nrp man ifrf it to pi t up considerable cxiltc Incut mining Hicmscht', lint the rut nf Ihp roiiiitr.r remains iiilet nnd un united, Stoi k lluctiintlono t'liiliTil ly big "gnmblc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 7 August 1903

"'"IS?"' rp i i.i m-nTTJTTXn? marriage shall c consummated. To 1 .H..Hi 1 K1J3 U JN Jilt ! ""I "'" 1 ''K Immediately." Out moment, jour majesty. If I obey tint you after hearing the Jrlu. cess" explanation, should determine la MISSOURI.! suitnln Iht nml ecfy thp king, hit mnjcttv a, wrath would ue lulcntl-fled-" ' lint p no fear, my liinl. There run be mi reasons sufllcient id Justify ttilt outrageous conduct. I tlinll hear my FILIPINO OF NOTE. I'Mbtlahtrt br TIIK TI1IIIUNK rillNrlNII CO. A. II. KKAIII.K. Mnnatln Krfltor. JION'TCOMVl'.V. t THE MATTERHORN. old slant, cold companion at tht tkr. Whit tnlchi v frori tested .ton thi brow. And reared thy tnowrobetl, tttraced Itonl-1 daughter's explanation, but lirr fool- tt Mh That llk some btlna- rltei o'er me now t 1)1 J Heaven, prophttlc In lit wlidom, brine That crown of tunihlnt and proclaim Itt tni Or did tomt wrathful god with mlihty hand Carva down Iht rut ot ttilh. but ttt thtt aland! Dink, enttltta, atubborn, plnntclt of tone, L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 7 August 1903

.-W"!JN-raTa. ' ITO1T, ...' .."WB" . J.. ?)'-- - nz. ,-..-ii.,,...vw.-.-,-..... . I THE TRIBUNE. r'ubllHliocI I2vury l-VIiluy. iiy Tllli TKIIJUNI3 PKINTINO CO.. A. U. Ki:adm:, Managing Ktlitor. Subscription In Advanon. Oao Copy, One Ytrnr $1.00 I'liono oft, Friday, AuRUst 7. 1903. County Court Proceedings. County Court was In cession threo days at Danvlllo thin week. It being their first term since Juno 1st mailt of tliclr tlmo was con fumed In allowing bills and mak ing settlements. The following nro aro n few other Items of Inter est transacted: A Trip Out West. Wo lcavo our homo near Mont gomery City Aug, II, bidding adieu for a fow weeks to our loved ones. The Kind Wanted. Mm whom ttif lutt of KM !" not lilllt Mm whom tin ajitlaf will. tan tt.il liuyi Mni vttiiivMjiliilona ami a Willi ! Dr. J. A. Itellamy and sister, Mrs. Maggie Davidson, started on Monday for Trinidad, Colorado, where they wcro called by tho The "wo" consists of Mm. K. M., serious Illness of tholr brother, nil,...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 7 August 1903

u.-,;;4.nt. T 1 t t JOHN ROBINSON'S 10 BIG SHOWS, ALL DNITED. MONTGOMERY TUESDAY AUG., 18. REPRESENTING THE IDEAL SHOW OF THE WHOLE WORLD. 300 PRODIGIOUS AND PHENOMENAL PERFORMERS IIHADUI) IIV MBPHISTO Tin Wonder of the Age, in liis Sensaticiiiiil Awe Inspiring, Death-Defying I'npiir.illed Aet of CIRCLING tho LOOP in an AUTOMOBILE Without a Precedent nml for tho First Tlmo Prescntoil 111 America. SEE THE EDUCATED SEALS WHO DO UVmtYTIII.YO HUT TALK. MOHHROBlHSOiPlGSHOIS $40,000 HERD OP PERFORMING ELEPHANTSI MIGHTY MILLIONAIRE MENAGERIE! 50 CAGES AND GILDED DENS! 500 HORSES! 100 SHETLAND PONIES- 8iK?PirDfeN KING SOLOMON AND THE QUEEN OF SHEBA (ZJW! GRAND FREE $300,000 STREET PARADE Five Hand of Mimic, Fife nml Drum Corps, Chime of Helix, oil Cars mid (Jilde.d I )en, 'JO Tableau Curs, 12 Traps, MO Thorough bred Hoi-new, (SO Miiiisitnre Ponies, Steam Caliopo drawn liy 10 ' Ponies and driven liy one man. I Every Tont Brilliantly Illuminated by Eloctric Lights i rru. - . . l-1 . TTT-t i u...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 7 August 1903

GUESTS OF ADMIRAL COTTON. iUIill Collision Between a Freight and Passenger Train at Hart ford City, Ind. 'SIXTEEN PERSONS BADLY INJURED. Hrnvr rrtllrrf at lhf Tliwf nnil Thai, With llrlai- of all .lllitntra Canard liy a llralit-t. Jlrnrfliar, llrtiuiilit .thiiiit llie Ac rlilrnl, lliirtfunl City, Ind., Aug. 4.--SW-itii pi-ri-mn were Injiirril In n lu-iiil-m tnlllntiiii turlr .Monday inuring lie. in run a wrul-lmunil l'.i lilin ml lu frrlirlit find tlir i-nnMiuuiiil pjanciiKrr. The MTlmuly Injiirril nrr: W. II, Muul, Iji(iiniiurl! cut nml liruln-il. lii'nri;ii Ailnorth, Clilditfo; lojf .criiiliril 11IT Im-Iuiv knee. M. I. 1 tit 1 n, lllclimoiul, Ind.; li'K Mhnttrrril. C. II. I'rrdrrlck, lllil;cilllo, Ind.; letf Willi I' 11. I. A. W'ntlK, Clili'iiirn; rg cut In er r.il pl.'irm nml illalui-ntril. ClirltiilnT (irrlmrl, ChlcaRn; liolh 'Vigil iTiiilicd nml linrt liitrmull.v. lYHUnm .1. UYIKCIiIiiikii; botli li'jji rrimlit-il nml xldr Injiiriil. I. .1. Iliirrrtt, Uik-iiKii; l'itli frg tiri...

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. — 7 August 1903

SCHOOL APPORTIONMENT. .lair Kanerlatearient William T. Carrtao tun Make Annual Apportion mt nli The flfty-.orcnth. nnnual npportlon u.ent of t lie atatc public tvliool luou t.i linn been made by Stale Supcrlu tendrnt of l'ubllc Schooli Wlllluui T. lurrlngton. It .Iiomb the enuniera. tlun of pertona of .ehool agebe teeu fl year, und SO jcart by coun tie.. Jockton Ii-uiIk, tilth "l.TtU, whll. Carter 1m Hie smalleit, liailiitf but V.uul, tbn total for the atatc being K4,ti23. The total ntnouiil apportioned U 1I,:32,J'JS.H. The enumeration and Uic Hutu for euch county follonii llnumcra -Atwortlon. .ounuc.. tin. Ad'ilr MM Andrew ,,., Mo? Aienunn AiulMtn lurry r Jiaflvii ,,,,, )Iu1t JMitcm Jioiungtr l.iMifie .... ... Jiuinariaii ....;. ... Jluilpr CmMwI1 OiluiHiijr .. CAimlfii iHt dirardruu On r mil Crur Cub C.hir Charlton ...... ........ ChriflUn .... HurK ........ .. i rinv Clinton .... OiHtpir I'rnwlttrit ... I.nl- Jmllm .......... .... iMVlrH ) Kulb Pent oukUa ........ Dunklin rnnklln...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 7 August 1903

THE TRIBUNE. Friday, August 7, 1903. Old Settlers Reunion, Tho Montgomery County Old Settlers Reunion nt Now Florenco last Saturday was tho largest at tended nnd bent picnic cvor held yet. Them wcro moro dinner baskets checked this year than over before being U.'l"i. About onu o'clock It began rain ing nnd a light shower (ell causing the people to become very restless nnd nervor, app'Arcntly or the reason they would not get to henr Mr, Folk. At ' p. in., tho hour nmiounrcd (or tho speaking, tho xnln hnd censed nnd Mr. Folk mounted thu platform. Cheer af ter cheer went up. Ills greeting was of the strongest, tho nttentlon the cloict. Never wan such nn ovation and cordial welcome ex tended to any one man on tho Old Settlers' ground. At the clo.10 of THE FIRST CAR OF NEW WHEAT By ALGERMISSEN. BRING YOUR GRIN TO HIM ' HE PAYS HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. ("train Hacks rented at rcasoiutblo rate plenty of tliuin on liaiid If yon want a good wagon .to lianl your grain in, lie keeps tliein on han...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 14 August 1903

85 ,v MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , AUGUST 14, 1903. NO. 45. SUbscrlbo for The TiiiiiU.nk. 1'lcnty of rnln, good crops and th circus Is coming. Jin's Lucy Nowlln wont down tofZonesburg Wednesday. Did you over rmoko a "Con sort". Try one, nt Fullku's. Martin Kllngethofcr was In High Jliri'Wcdncsdny on business. Dan Hart' of Danville visited it lew'Uays In Wcllsvlllo this week. That "nest" cigar Is best. CnnTbo bent. At FULLUR'h. Things will bo "doln" In Mont gomery next week two circuses. Prlco'HolmcH of St. Louis spent n fow'tlnys with friends here this week. Miss "Morlo Huston of Ingalls, Jnif, n 'tho guest of rclntlvcs at DauvlUji. Dnvo Hurt and mother of Dan vlllo wcto trading In town Wed nesday. Miss none Clnro left Wednes day for a months visit to relatives in California. Mr. nnd Mrs. Waitrr Hall went over to Columbia Wednesday to visit a few days. Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Kamp of Dcllllowcr were trading In Mont gomery Wednesday. Mrs. Joa Cupps retu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 14 August 1903

THE TRIBUNE. I'tlhllaheil hr TIIK TIIIIIIIKK l-ltlNTlMl CO. A. Ik KIIAIII.U Managing Keillor. UOXTGOMUltY. I MlBSOUrtt. A St. IxhiIi Ice company has caused IIki orrest of one i ta drivers on I In tlinrgo of emhctllng thlrly-flve rents which lio had collected nuil failed to turn tu with lils day's receipts. Th company U rt III solvent. At lust the cotton corner It de rliircd to lie nil entire succcts. And In I lie meantime srirrnl Hiuunmiits nl employs of enllon mills lire Idle lie onus, t lit) price of rnvv eoltou ll a high Hint I hern Is no profit. In inuk lujf It Inlo cloth. Importation of precious stones Ic 1!2 Amounted to l23.lt2.0CKl and lh homo product was $.H8,3oO. American pnrM-l(.rM Iiavo not Kot down In llior niigli work In H-nrihlng for Kerns, of thcrn must tm many rich depos Its In the lToml domain of the. (lulled Fitntcs. 'I lie ii.iiii who deserts his family and nflcr he Inn lieen supposed to he dead fur many jenrs returns to llnd Ids wife married In niintlicr l not rn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 14 August 1903

THE TRIBUNE. PuMUIiril lir tiik TnmvNK rniNriNO ro. A. Ik KhAIH.K. Mnlnit Editor. t MIKSOtT.l. -ilONTOOJU'i'.V. ( Y THE LOVE THATl ENDURES $ ByMERWIN SHADDUCK tCorrrlfSt. iw1 kr n" tT ls- c. Hi: K.NK1V her on the Instnnt. al though, since hp hud licit tnktn )icr out tu dinner, nil nnr hml Intro, iluccd thrin. Time nftcr alt. hml xduingcd her very little. She was n little paler, perhaps, hut a lesser de gree nf Hi nid-llmc pink tinting .till colored her ornl check, and the .cool, transparent ttjiltcncss of her hrenv nnd throat um the same n i-icr. The charms that he mined wore the llltl-, Ilylng- tendrlU of nft liulr, golden liruwn iiihI cloc-curllng. that hniltincd tu He almut the nnpe nf her line throat. The tlirunt vu eicn llnfr than n( old, and the euhl mi hmwn trosies epille ns well ar ranged and plentiful, hut the dear llt'Ir tendril were ifnne. Presently. hl partner engaged In Jin animated illitittlun with her loft, hiiml neighbor, while her partner iiiiiiilfcstcd Intercit III...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 14 August 1903

1' , 4 THE TRIBUNE. I"u1j1IbIo(I livory 11Y , Tim TUIIIUNH PKINTINd Anions: the Rockies. Hero we arcnt tho Ilooky Moun tains. I ho mnln axis 01 tho con tinent! Tin.' plateau upon which CO.. 'tho mountain! stand Ik perhaps .A. H. Kkadi.i:, Managing Editor. ) 0,000 ft. high and tho mountains , i 0,'Xmo V ft. making thoirloltl- Uobaorlntlon In Advance. ' , '. , , .,.,.,?,. ., ,. One Copy, (Ino Year $i.oot I"-'" 1 1,000 ft. Hgw It I thrills us! Our ilrst sight of ft none go. Friday, August 7. 1903. Gamma. .John Vcrniittlnnd daughter Miss "Emu were In Wellsvlllo Monilny. Milt Holey and mother of Hell .flower havo moved to Onmmn and I tarn occupy I ng thn brick Iiouhu. j Miss Kntlo Krncst bns returned 'homo from Ht. Louis. Miss Lena Cluru of Callaway Administrator's Notice. I Letters of administration on tho estate of John Nobel, deceased, were granted to tho undersigned, on tho nth day of July, 100.1, by the Probate Court of Montgomery, county. Mlwontl. All persons having claims against ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 14 August 1903

r ! t JOHN ROBINSON'S 10 BIG SHOWS, ALL UNITED. MONTGOMERY TUESDAY AUG., 18. REPRESENTING THE IDEAL SHOW OF THE WHOLE WORLD. 300 PRODIGIOUS AND PHENOMENAL PERFORMERS iii:adi;i) hv MBPHISTO The Wonder nf (lie Ajro, in hi Si'iwitioiiiil A lnHpirin, Death-Defying I'tipm-iilled ,ct of CIRCLING tho LOOP in an AUTOMOBILE Without n Precedent nnd for tho First Time Presented In America. ' JOHHROBIHSOHS WCSH0W5 t v I 4 A )l 1 Mm SEE THE EDUCATED SEALS WHO 1)0 HVHUYTIIIXOIUTT TAUC. $40,000 HERD P RPO RMING ELEPHANTS! MIGHTY MILLIONAIRE MENAGERIE! 50 CAGES AND GILDED DENS! 600 HORSES! 100 SHETLAND PONIES. sSASLllillllbN KING SOLOMON AND THE QUEEN OP SHEBA ,Yv,raffi GRAND FREE $300,000 STREET PARADE Hve ISmimIh of Music, 1'ifo tind Drum Corps, Chime of Mclls, .( Cih-h mid (iildud Duiih.'J!) Tableau Caw, I 'J Trap, ."00 Thomii-l,. lued II orx's, (!(( Miniature 1'onu. Steam Caliope drawn Uy 10 Ponies anil (hi von liy one man. Every Tout Brilliantly Illuminated by Eloctric Lights and Thoroughly Wa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 14 August 1903

m IW'jhyl 111 THE BASILICA OF ST. PETERS The Coronation of Pope Plus X. Took Place With All the Mag nlfieent Kites of Church. THE CEREMONY WITNESSED BY SEVENTY THOUSAND PERSON! Vkf crnF Vrrnrnlni nn tli ri AlMMtillnw lht ihrn" rorntnl I'h-lurruf Mntilflrrtrr In Whlfc l I'm Can Ilu Jwllrr rip ill rrctiuir A MYSTERY IN CHICAGO A Young Woman, Who Attempted Suicide, Hides Her Identity. Home, Aug. 9. The tcremnny of Hit toioiiiillon t I'opo l'ltis X. took place to-day In I lie Il.nlllra of HI. I'elorn In (In- prercnte of llio primes nml high .lljtnllnrlrn of tho tliurcli, diplomat! .and llonian tiulilM, nml with all the folcmnlty and aplnndor nsaocliilod with thin, llio iikihI magnificent rilu In lit JIouuiu Catholic (hiirtli. Ah Cardinal Mau III, tliu dean of Hit nrdliinl-dcaiotia, placed llio trlpli rovvn on thn head of Hip tencrnbtt Isiullff, Ihc Hirons of "0,fi(X iwrwini timbered within llio rallmlrul liimt In to unrestrained n t lutiiallcum, tho choli ntoncd n hymn of triumph nml Hi...

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