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SILO BUILDING,
ISaaential* of a Good Cement. Silo
Roofless Slave Silo*-.
BY WILBER J. FRASER, Illinois experi
ment station.
Silos built, of coucrete have been
thirty feet deep, with the wall no
i$ore than six inches thick at the
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
and has been made under his per
sonal supervision since its infancy*
a
GENUINE
ba
aiitl tapering to four inches at the to
"Where gravel or crushed stone can
be obtained at a reasonable price It
ljaay be advisable to make the walk
slightly thicker, and in cold climates
tjiey should be built with a dead air
"sjjace in the wall to prevent the silage
ffoin freezing. In any event then
should be enough heavy wire or iron
r6ds imbedded in the
Avail
to wit
sfaml the strain of the silage. {Jnlcas
tljtig is done cracks are likely to ap
pear. The amount of wire necessary
ii| each case will depend upon the sizv
ajkd depth of the silo. The wall should
be pliwtered on the inside wjth on£
p|rf of portland cement lo two of
gclod sharp sand troweled .to a smooth
surface. This will resist the action of
i^e acid in the silage,
|rhe first cut shows aa' all concrel^
sBs 20 feet in diameter and 42 fee
•deep. The wall is 22 Inches thick
rthe first 14 feet, 19 inches thick the
•next 14 feet and 10 inches thick the
upper 14 feet. This silo cost approx
imately $1,200, and as it holds 334 tons
the cost per ton was $3.59. While the
first cost of this silo was high, it may
prove economical hi the end, as it
.'should stand for more than a hundred
years. It is essential that a concrete,
.stone or brick silo have a good founda
tion, otherwise it is likely to settle un
evenly, and cracks will appear in the
wall, giving the air a chance to enter.
If the silo is put at least three feet
into the ground this assures a firm
footing and also adds to the depth of
the structure. ...
There are great possibilities in re-
Allow no one to deceive you in this*
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-g-ood" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health off
.Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment*
What is CASTORIA
harmless substitute
for
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worm®
and allays Feverisliness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind.
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency* It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep*
The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend*
CASTORIA
Castor Oil,
Be&rs tiie Signature of
Tie Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THE CCNTAUF1 COMPANY. T7 MURRAY STREET, NEW YORK CITY.
Pare*
ALWAYS
CONCRETE SILO.
enforced concTeTe, and a circular struc
ture is the beat to be easily re-en
forced. Silos have been built of con-:
crete, but usually with solid walls aad
much thicker than necessary. The
method of construction heretofore has?
in most cases been cumbersome, re-fe
quiring a large amount of lumber to
construct the forms. With unskilled
labor the question of concrete silos is
tftill a problem. Good grades of cement
are now manufactured and are becom
ing much cheaper. Machines have al
ready been made with which re-en
forced hollow walls are built with com
parative ease, and when we learn how
to handle cement to the best possible
advantage this wjll undoubtedly be the
silo of the future, especially in sec
tions where sand and gravel or crushed
stone are abundant.
There are cases where a cheap tem
porary silo may be economical and of
great advantage. For example, a farm
er may expect to build a new barn in a
different place and want a silo near the
old barn for a few years only, or a
renter may wish a temporary silo, and
then if lie moves in a short time he can
Will pusitiver/
©p Bladder disease
strengthens the urinary organs,
builds up the kidneys and invig
orates the whole system.
IT IS GUARANTEED
TWO SIZES 50c and $1.00
of medicine. No .jpiedicine can- do iiioi*e«
FOLEY'S KIDNEY GUI#
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
STAVE WJjO WriHOUi iiOOF.
take the-lumber from a slave"sITo with
him. The cut shows a stave silo with
out roof, sixteen feet in diameter and
thirty-four deep, capacity 150 tons, rec
om mended only where a temporary silo
is desired.
THREATENS TO BURY TOWN
Mountain Near Ajello, Italy, Split by
an Earthquake.
Rome, Sept. 29.—A mountain near
Ajello called Pletra Calondia, 300 me
tres high, split in two owing to shocks
of earthquake and threatens to bury
the town. All the inhabitants have
fled.
There was a terrible cyclone at
Sparanise, in the province of Caserta
All the trees and telegraph poles were
uprooted, houses were damaged and
several persons were killed and in
jured.
Congregational.
Morning Service 10.30 a. m.
Sunday School 12: m.
Junior Endeavor, 4 p. m.
Christian Endeavor 6:30 m.
Evening Service 7:30 p. m.
Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:3(
Next Sunday at the Congregationa
church is Communion Sunday.
Preparatory services Saturday 5
m. Sunday morning "The Gos
pel Message" followed by reception
of members and the Lord's supper.
In the evening Rev. F. A. Lawson
well preach the Temperauce sermon
Methodist Episcopal Church.
Preaching Sunday 10 *30,.a.,
topic "The Testimony of Godj'jj.
Sunday School 11:45.
Junior League 3:00 p. m..
Epworth League 6:30 p. m.
Union Temperance meeting at the
Congregational church 7:30 p. no.
You are cordially invited to attend
these, services.
FLOYD
A.
LAWSON,
WALDING, RINNAN
MORHIS TRIBUNE SATURDAYJ SEPTEMBER 36, 1905
'-v r--"
Pastor,
How's This?
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure.
F.
J. Cheney & Co., Toledo,O
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions, and finan
cially able to carry out any obliga
tions made by his firm.
&
MABVI*,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price, 75c
per bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
pation
O. PI. O. JOHNSON.
Passed Stone and Gravel With Excruciating Pains
A. H. Thurnes, Mgr. Wills Creek Coal Co., Buffalo, O., writes:
"I have been afflicted with kidney and bladder trouble for years, pass
ing gravel or stones with excruciating pains. Other medicines only
gave relief. After taking FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE the result was
surprising. A few doses started the brick dust, like fine stones, etc.,
and now I have no pain across my kidneys and I feel like a new man.
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE has done me $1,000 worth of good."
No Other Remedy Can Compare With It
Thos. W. Carter, of Ashboro, N. C., had Kidney Trouble and
one bottle of FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE effected a perfect cure, and
be says there is no remedy that will compare with it.
To Increase Grain Groovers' Profits
Etfof. Thomas tihaw is recognizee
at home and abroad as one of the
greatest experts the world has yet
produced in all that relates to the
p.aclice and science of cereal culture
His writings seem to warrfeot these
astonishing statements:
1—-Growers of wheat, corn,- oats,
ryf», barley or buckwheat can readily
add from 5 to 20 pel cent to their
average yield per acre each year.
2—Along'with this increase in pro
duction, will come improvement in
quality.
3—Larger yields of better quality
mean bigger profits, because—
4—These results need not require
any extra outlay of cash or labor.
Many farmers are anxious to co
operate to thup increase their profits
If the movement becomes general
it will add millions annually to the
farmers' wealth. Prof. Shaw sgrees
to undertake an organization for this
purpose if enough of our readers are
interested to warrant him in so doing.
Those favorable to the idea shoulc
write
PROF. THOMAS SHAW,
O
Bean the
Signature
of
St. Antho
•v Park, Minn.: "As a grower of
acres of grain, I would like to join
your effort to increase grain growers
profits, provided it does not call for
extra cash outlay on my part."
S O A
Jhe Kind You Have Always Bough!
Order to (rhow Cause on Filing Peti
tion to Sell Land,
STATE OP MINNESOTA)
COUNTY OF STEVENS FSS
In Probate Court, special term, Sept,
18th 1H05,
In the matter of the Guardianship of
Margaret Anetta Good, Minor.
On reading and filing the petition of
Simon Good guardian of Margaret Anetta
Good, a minor, setting forth that said
•ward is seized of ceriain real estate and
that it would be for the best interest of
said minor to sell the same and ^invest
the proceeds in first mortgages on real
estate or other securities, and praying
that license be to him granted to sell at
private sale the undivided one third of
lots fourteen (14), fifteen (15), sixteen (16),
and seventeen (17), in block one [1] and
lot thirteen [13] in block four !4] all in
J. \V. Harris addition to the town |now
city] of Morris Stevens County. Minne
sotia.
Aod it appearing by said petition, that
it would be for the best interests of said
minor to sell said property and invest the
proceeds in other securities.
It is therefore ordered, That all persons
interested in said estate appear before
this Court, on Monday the 16th day of
October A. D. 1905, at 10 o'clock A, M., at
the Court House in the city of Morris, in
said County, then and there to show
Cause, (if any there be] why license
hoiild not be granted to said Simon
iood as Guardian aforesaid to sell said
real estate of said minor aforesaid at
private sale.
And it is further ordered, That this
Order shall be published once in each
week, for three successive weeks prior to
said day of hearing, in the Morris Tribune
a weekly newspaper printed and publish
ed at the city of Morris, in said county.
Dated at Morris, Minn., the 18th dayo£^
September A. D. 190&, I
By the Court,
E. J. BAHE,
[Pro bate Seal] Judge of Probrfte.
Resolution.
[By Alderman Hogan]
Kesolved by the city Comnci! of the cit~r
of Morris, that sidewalks be constructe'd
along front of the-property herein
after descri bed:
Said sidewalks to be of cement tile, and
six feet in width, laid upon a suitable
foundation of sand and gravel, and con
structed under the direction of, and upon
lines and grades furnished toy the Street
Commissioner of the said City of Morris
to wit:
Lots,eight |8!, nire [9],ten jlOJ, eleven
|H1 and twelve in block thirteen [13],
on the south side of Pacific Avenue, and
on the north side of said block thirteen
[13] ail'so- along the we*t side of the afore
said lot twelve, block thirteen' J13], front
ing Sixth Street.
Secoodect by Alderman Guter.
H. B. 1UND
President of Common Council.
Attest:
C. B, BURPEE
City Clerk.
IKidney
beyond the reach
JUDICIAL OFFICER.
HON. S. A. FiAHEHTY, DIST. JUDGB
COUNTY OFFICERS.
6. H. MUNRO ..........Auditor
J, R. DEI.AHUNT .....v....Sheriff
CARL BUCKENTIN ...V..Treasurer
NEX.S OTjSON Clerk of Court
JOHN HOUSB... ....Mayor
GEO. HOGAN Alderman at-Large
J. A. GUTER Alderman 1st Ward
H. B. LUND Alderman 2dd Ward
L. DREVESKRACHT.. .Alderman-at-Large
C. B. BURPEE Clerk
LOUIS M. LARSON ... Treasurer
J. B. Attorney
A. L. STENGEK Justices
J. C. MORRISON
THOK. THOMASON Assessor
D. S. LONG ......street Commissioner
».J. RYAN ....i Chief of Policc
TOWN CLERK8.
PLACE
Hodges
Moore
Hcrton
Da men
Morris
J. B. O O N
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Morris, Minn.
C. SPOONER LARS ROSNESS
Notary Public Norsk Advokat
And Notary Public
SPOONER AND ROSNESS.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Morris Minnesota
We are licensed to practice in all state
courts and United States courts, We are
prepared to negotiate mortgage loans on
most favorable terms or write insurance
»TO best companies at lowest rates, Mr.
W0!*ja)es» will gi.ve special attention to
buisine!*? in the probate copm? asd to the
examination of titles^and tlae* making of
abstracts thereof.
Morris Meat Met
Jt ALL KINDS OP Jt
rcsh, Salt, ssd Smoked
Meats constantly on
hand. Your pa
o n a e i s
solicited.
John Cairney. Phone 39
ALorrie,
Roller Mill
One and three-quart
miles east of Morris
TELEPHONE 19.
H. W. Stone &
George Hogan
Painter and
Decorator
iouse Painting,
Painting, Frescoing,
Paper Hanging.
VIorris, Minn.
ROFESSIONAL AND
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Register of Deeds
E. J. BAHE Judge of Probate
WM. C. BlCKNEIX......... Attorney
C. E. CAINE... Corone
D. T. WHEATON Surveyor
A. ROWLAND Court Commissioner
....Co. Sup't of Schools
CITY OFFICERS.
ADDRESS NAMB
Swan Lake Morris 2 L.O. Jestied
Framnas Morris 2 E.E.Solsett
Hancock C. B. Park
Hancock V. C. Huntley
Morris RFD3 Hanrehan
Morris
Morris
Rendsville Morris
Donnelly Donnelly
Pepperton
Scott
Synnes
Stevens
Baker
Everglad*
Eldorado
Maurice Galvir
T. F. McCannej
N. A. Erdah
W. Gausmar
Morris
Alberta
W. M. Roberts
Morris RFD3 Chris Cudrit
Chokio F. Carlson
Chokio W. H. Nairr
Chokio John Tros
Herman •. H. McRobertf
VILLAGE CLERKS.
Hancock
Chokio.***
Donnelly
....F. E. Balkwii
...A. iV- fi»rrisori
LEGAL
WM. C. B1CKNELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Morris,
Minn
MEDICAL
U U
PHYSICIAN
and
PHYSICIAN
Morris^
SURGEC
Morris j* Min
CHAS. E. CAINE,
and
SURGE
AMOS LEUTY, M. D.
PHYSICIAN
Min
and
DR. O. C. NELSON,
SURGEON
Office in PostofBce Block.
Morris, Minn.
Morris National Bank
CAPITAL $?5,oo«
Xorris, Minn
Sept. 16—30
Summons.
STATE OF MINNESOTA
COUNTY OF STEVENS J*
STATE OF MINNESOTA,
Minn.
RIVERSIDE
I
DENTIST
Office in Po»toffice Block.
Morris, Mina.
DR. J. W. HAWK1NSON,
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
Office in Postoffice Block.
Office hours, 9 to 12 a. m. and 2 to 5 and 7
to 8 p. m. Sundays from 9 to
10 a. m.
Morri«, Minn.
UNDERTAKING
N¥. L. COL Y E
Geo. E. Bahi
LICENED EMBALMER
AMD UNDERTAKER
Morris, Minn.
BANKS
John Grove, Pres W. J. Stewart V. Praa.
P. R. Putman. Cashier. E.C.Gilbert, Aast,
Cashier.
Fred
The State of Minnesota, to
Behrensr Defendant:
You are berebv Summoned and re
quired to be and appear before the under
signed, one of the Justices of the Peace
in and for said County, on tbe 18th day
of October, J905, at ten o'clock in the
forenoon of said day to answer to the
complaint of Newton Smith, Plaintiff, in
a civil actio®, wherein the Plaintiff
claims the stun of Ninety aud89-10 ($90.89)
Dollars. Slwould yon fail to appear at
the time and place aforesaid, judgement
will be rendered against you upon the
evidence adduced by said Plaintiff for
such sum as he shall sho.w himself en
titled to.
Given under my hand this 11th day of
September, A. D. 1905.
A. X,. STENGER,
Justice of the Peace.
STONE & RA.VDAIJU
Attorneys for Plaintiff,
Morris, Minn.
JFirst Sept.
15—Last Oct. 14|
Order for Hearing Application for
Appointment of Administrator.
COUNTY OK STEVENS.
In probate court, special team, Sep
tember 25th, 1905.
In the matter of the estate of P. F.
Church, deceased.
On receiving and filing1 the petition
of Mary Church of the County of
Stevens, representing among other things,
that P. F. Church late of the county of
Stevens in the state of Minnesota, on the
28th day of August A. D. 1905, at the
County of Douglas, Wisconsin, died in
testate, and being an inhabitant of this
county at the time of his death, leaving
g^ods, chattels, and estate within this
county, and that the said petitioner is
the widow of said deceased, and praying
that administration of said estate be to
H. Deveunev granted
It is ordered, that said petition be heard
befr,r said court, on Monday the 23rd day
ctuber A. D. liKJh at 10 o'clock a.m. at
the probate office in the court house in
the city of Morris, in said county.
Ordered, further,that notice thereof be
given to the heirs of said deceased and to
all persons interested, by publishing this
rder oncein each week for three success
ve weeks prior to said day rf hearing, in
the Morris Tribune a weekly newspaper
printed and published at Morris in said
ounty.
Dated at Morris,Minnesota this 25th day
of.September A D. 1905.
By the Court,
Probate I.
I seal
J. I
J.
E. J. BAHE,
Judge of Probate.
Oruiond,
Attv. for Administrator.
Sept. 16-Oct. 7.
Notice of Hearing on Petition to Va­
cate Alley.
Notice is hereby given, that a petition
has lecn filed in the office of the City
Clerk aying for the vacation the
alley between Lots 1, 2, 3,4, Gaud 0 and
Lots 7,8, 'J, 10 11 and 12 of Bl- en 81 2nd
Railway Audition to' the village (uov,
ciiy of Morris, innci.ta, and that a
hearing upon said petition will be had on'
Thursday evenihg the 2nd da of Novetn
it, A. D. 1905, at 8 P. M. at said city,
lerks' office in said city of Morris, to
determine what disposition therof
shall be made.
Dated SeptexnberS., 1805
C. B. BURPEE.
City Clerk.
Bright
New
Aai
Rugs
_..
Our rugs
always giue
satisfaction
from old
Writ
for
Prices.
Carpet
A i
286 W. 7th St.
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