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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 September 1905

COUNTY NEWS Tho Thiiiunk VVuutsj CorreNpandenlH iti nil i'urtM of Montuamury County. HlokoryWood. Darn to V ostor Harmon end wife Sept. fith 190,-1 a girl. Mr. Umphera ha atarted her fl month term of ichool with SO aohoUr pre.ent flrt day. Mr. Wlclntrom ni daughter 3Cia Olira. visited Ml Lena En gt latt Saturday and Sunday, Mr. J. It. Horter ha lorlted everybody to attend hi colt how Thursday Sept. 26th. Everybody I Invited, especially the ladle. Several from here attended the Mllllkan ale latt Saturday. Mil Mattlo Cuno of Joncsbusg t visiting Mr. and Mr. A. K. Frlcker thla week. Lincoln Items. Several from thla vicinity are attending preaching In town. Sam Ueotloy apent Saturday Bight with Walter Cockran. School commenced here Mon day. Arlington May teacher. Stanley May visited at Emmet Fltigerald'a Saturday night and Sunday. Edna McCoy wa vlaltlng Kata Ration Friday. Rufo McCoy'it children havo tho whooping cough. i.ikh riNoiNo money Finding hcnllh la llko finding money no think t...

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. — 8 September 1905

mVlHTIVE IIJOEKDITT. A Pittsburg ca bt Invented ma chine that will nuke and take plet minute. A toons the letett Intentions patent ed It a contrlraace which, fitted (o as ordinary sewing machine, will (an and tnaasate tho operator while she U working. An Italian engineer hit Invented a ucressful elevator for raising sunken tufl. II consist) of compressed air chambers ot natal an I wire, each qual to a lining oipncltr of CO tons, ud It la possible to attarh aa many ot tli cm aa mix le ntrcsssry, Silicon, the rooit ib-jndant metal In the world, but hltL-etto little known because ot the. amenity ot separating It trom mjun, hat now been made obtainable in quantities to meet any demand by the eljclrlc furnace. It Ctrel lo Heel valuable electrical prop erties, and li ctpec'ed to assume Ira poriacr. In Iron I'bye, Greater contrail la photograph! li claimed for a new ilngle lent. whb-h rauiea the picture to stand out In re lief ai under the two lene of a slere ita.pv. The Icnie t eontei-ron...

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. — 8 September 1905

i FOR ANTI-AMERICAN EARS. Demtthlng for Creeksrt About isu iMsnlalng the Philippine, to Eliminate On. A panda of 5,000 school children Iho central feature of the el nome of Secretary Taft anil hl partr at Ccbii. Considering the historic and present local conditions, thli lint dls ptar of Ccbu' best crop waa a strong testimony to the successful ptantlof anil ,l.oront growth of American Ideal In the Philippine, tart the Chi cago Inter Ocean. Near Cebu Magellan flret lundcd. Cebu city ! Iho oldest Spanish set UeinAl of Importance In 4he lilanda. Time ami habit mint hate rooted deep In -lli' beans of In people rlswpolnts and Idcsls by mhlcb the Spaniard and hla aoclal successors differ mou front tho American. Furthermore, there are hard times In Cebu. There was a tad crop fall tiro ait season. Taxes bare had to bo remitted, publlo relief works start ed, and food Imported to mcot famine .condtlona. In the cltr alone S.OW person's aro now dalljr reciting public nld to Keep thom from starv...

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. — 8 September 1905

CREAM BAKING POWDER A Crmmm ofTarimrPowdor Mmdo From Qrmpmm No Alum ...HOME CIRCLE Pleasant Evening Reveries. A Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers as They Join the Home Circle mi Evening Tide, CRUDE THOUQHTS FROM nit: trtic that ''Amur. J'ta tollrd vttS the in tit iirl.l It ttll AMI'tFlitlMwIllt tttntrn wbo rallril lt InlM nllh tli torn who tint. wltli Ami I'trtnllrit will. ri.il trim walli!. Ami ll.l l II lair mjr Mil 111111. A It ilrlfu nr ll lirlir bar; "riiuuri4ti( a lirli ilnnt entry "til. Hut I tut Ill 1 uf laugk rlno fr. Tl lnit ll arrrnrir tl t rumtilrr'a ll O, ll.cy hrartt ti.il inl li ttlili 1 hr .miml uf ti ran fr ami ll Anil tl.y tiarkn.l Inlliat lii.ta.. Itt.itr rrirt a. Id lll liy Irll A Hi ll uf ttirtirMma ur Ti Miiiml uf klHli rl.tr, t carry nrll, llul tl. lilt nt a IjiuIi rari far. The ante-room In heaven It found In loyal lore nml In an un Hulllcd home life. The right kind of a man allow th.i whole world to tec by hi manner, hit csprctaton, nnd hi life when he love ...

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. — 15 September 1905

f mm. lutfiMy Stmt Mr DON'T FAIL TO- READ THE ADS IN THIS ISSUE OF THE TRIBUNE. AN ADVBRTISINO lODIUM OF 1MR1T Bee the premium Hit la this isine, loai good oaea aro offered, it tt II. is VOL. XIII. NO. 48. MONTGOMERY CITY, MO., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1905. $1.00 W8a. MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE aw BBB1 J I Local News Jeha Barker of St. loole II Tls mm .VI B.I TV iivi. h.w " Fresh oysters at all Usaee at aataVa. W. H. Knox at Wew Florence i la town Monday on buelneee J.B.McQul. of Weljavltle waa . E.C. Cofaaaa and family of Monday. H. 0. Heanland and wlfa re- I . - ... Vlt.uUI Miss Bessie carrle of rortsttll Tiaiung ner aiaicr miii . u i i i ...... .. t T Mri. Hettle Ilolcome of Olaey, n. tiiiubv nar uauiriiMr aula , Fa Blown and family. New lot of glim and chin warp CUABMAR Bit. lWt forget the date of MlUIn- IV (UUVfuai a we. Z. Z. 8ttphcoi and wife o! OnilUUIK IDTUI OUIIUIJ ftuai - 1 - - a Mt l n l 1 1, R.H. Bailey last week aold the , 11, Muller farm one mile weal m n lie - i. Bill I . .......

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 15 September 1905

r V ti TTTTC TRIBUNE. I TMBVXK rsuHTISO CO. g fi SI hours, fnAwt of $: a too. t 5,4 a tyasfra purchased. , U flennan naval authorities hava deAeJ to balld a second cntraoee to thewKaleer Wllhe'm canal, connecting ihcnante) wt t&e North, ten. noib thtwiew mouth and tho old will ba An a9l!T!t!niraffPr(Brtucr named Death h had bls namo changed. He Mid, In explanation, that ho waa now ncttha;i H'tlrst offleVr. but expected imM hevee.rorrunand of. a snip. II was, afiatd, that tew passengers would care about risking a voyage la a ship caiUh' by De-tith. s-cie IVaiMi; Iwli slight attention to tlw loiajot a ajilrt, these, days unleia man; llvcj "ar sacrificed. Therefore It If mrfrMJc'M) khow that In tho heavy strifm eiMil! April 111 vessel were dewroyad as it bleb 77 were pn re'trU' .Ut and 3d by turn. In '''W.'Pft aflj suffered damages. ItrewMrht loubet, of f"rance, haa In tlnailisl shal.he wilt not eeelc a re rlrstsijLb?t, sill mlro at tbo end ol bit term ntit year. Ilia rrafona an al...

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. — 15 September 1905

1 1 iVtl ' yojiSj-..!!' 1 ! A xoanr on tkb tkout. "siij iroau w vn inv mihvw, Thra la anow, and cotd'f ttia morn, But from tha window 1 baira ittn, A robin an tha thorn, fc'ot t.a itaf on anr traa. Nor iw inn blafla ttttti, it aiui inia ouu a j 01 wiour, A roUa 1 tata ihd, ftrtiipt fait wlnUr quartan in yoitatr thicket art. Srhapt ho urrird Mra and thought. Tha aunny aouth la fart "Whn othtr tlrda wnt (l)tac lfca Ha Hnicrtd hara, 1 watn. On tata rltlll day of wintar A robin 1 hata mtv So brat tha lltila fallow, Ilia krtart ao brtjM and rd, Jlo atnitiad pait tha an and exkad Ilia ma: I, dnan( Mad. Vint robin of tha ifacn, ha Juit tlontrod tht acrna, Ja frarkia aa a brlgadlcrt Kut dauatteoa waa tta n.la. Oh. robin, awlft tbaromlnr . f Mball ba ef Iorlr apttncl JCra lonr in fmtt and In woH, Will nit how many awtrtt Sut none of atl tha ftthrd holt, Wl-ian all tha trati ara irttn, Will bo ao beautiful aa you ( Int robin 1 btttittn, TMi wintry dar whrn norifetra May yrt coma iwrtptrg by, ...

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. — 15 September 1905

1 I if IX MONTGOMERY Jutiltishad Evary Friday. BT THE TRIBUNE PMNTtfia CO. R. H. BAILEY, Editor. J. L. BORDEAUX, Botlneet Mgr. Subscription In Advanoe. eat Copy, Om Yr li.oa PftOM 96. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, iWi. Judge Alton B. Parker It to draw. salary of IO,OOnyear at at-' torney lor a New York corpora- tloo, A Warner Club wat organlied .1 V-I.U.-II1. MnnJi nlohl with the fnltnwIngnfflceniS.S. Cavett, pr.dnt ; p. P. Redman, tecn tary and C M. Harrington, treat ury. Hoofevelt'i "ble "tick" teemt to be peace-maker Inttead of it war prong, at our antl-lmperlal-itm frlendt who would hare the world believe, until recently. Mlttourl State Republican. "A good many people," tayt the Boston Globe, "don't realize that William J. Bryan It only 43 yean old." If the Globe It trying to excuse Mr. Bryan't folllet and lalltcles on the ground ol youth f ul Indiscretion, it It ttralnlng a point. When a man reachea 45 he la no longer In the kid clan. K. C. Journal. Potmstcr O-neral Cortelyou hat bren ...

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. — 15 September 1905

COUNTY, NEWS. . V Thomas Dlatrlot. We are having plenty of rala at present. Cutting corn Is the order of the day In thta community. BeTcrat from here attended Ban? lord Wood's colt enow at Middle town Saturday. Thomaa rttans berry of thli vicinity carried away 'the eocond premium on ble "Stan ion" colt. If. Y. Klrke visited at D. M. May's Bunday. Wllllem West's visited at A. A. Kay's Sunday. Crayton Klrki and family visit aid Marden Spires of near Bell flower Saturday and Sunday. Robert Uensley'e attended the Fair at Bellflowor Friday. Tho series of meeting I at Hope well doted Friday night. There were eeverat conversion! during the meetings .- Miss Dolly Hayes of Callaway Js here visiting her sister Mrs! Rob ert Hensley at this writing. Home few from here attended the basket dinner at the Christ larthurch at MlddletownSuaday. like findino money Finding health Is like finding money so think those who are Ick. When you have a cough, cold, sore throat, orchestlrrltatlon better act pro...

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. — 15 September 1905

aiuatotra womxxxt.' Th Rev. U II. Marshall, pastor M I, Barnabaa' Kplscopal chore!, eat Denver, Colo, for 31 yeri , M 9clatod t S.M4 Upturn,' UN funeral Mil 1.70O weddlcft. A man W r old. ho, br rejunn ( hie Unsafe tod axe. bu been 'th TfTOf altad bead of (be Confuclanlat la lb pari of Korea rher the Presbyter laa mlssloi Iks beea holding evange " Uatle eervlce, fits not accepted Cnrbt tfaeltr. Ilia aon haa long beet a Christian and .a .church leader, 'j lord Raditock, known aa 'tba "Preacher Prer," often delivers ' r llfloue addreaacs both In London and tba provinces. Ha actual) founded in Iluiila lb sect known aa tba Pash kollikl. which mar ba bait described aa synonymous with Wit Cbrlatlana. PUl lUV BOIJ IJ1IUU n-i U1U1 VUt Vl 'ltussla. .lev. O. IL K. Ilauch. pastor of tba lUforme.1' church, Rtroudsbun, J'a.. It a earnest worker among tha ynnng pcopl ot that War. Soma ot them, uambari of bla church, proposed to, s-srlt a raln-tret ahaw and Mr. Itauch ' tordblly Indorsed the Idea ...

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. — 15 September 1905

MNrSqURI STATE NtV rJIlernVrsrOM ltr Vrotil.jrs. CtUflluHhe attorney havo Med tilt la Richmond en Uimlt or Oraftun Cwlticr, lira ton of. a firmer Urine 1 tho northern pari (it Hay county. In which tho iitanlllt arts. Uio annul mrnt of IjU marriage with Mian Eva, BtrkOfV. He flatus lie ea coermd Into having the ceremony performed. Swllwr, who Is only It year old, raja thai one day ho acrompanlrd V. O. Walter, hi father' farrnliand,end MlmajrUkf r' trother-In-law, to Cow gll., and on the not morning awoke lo Ami (hat lip hail been drugged, and that ho was In a luggr with Walltn and the lattrr'a wlfn rn route to Kan eaa City. Th imrty reached Kanaat CltrTtie vy, on July S3. They cnt to tho homo of the mother of Mr. Walr and Mla Ktrkkcr, and. Swlt icr allege, oa July 21 they ,rty went to. St. Joseph, uhcro Walter Imper aontfVrJ SvtlUcr and xiirrd a mar rlaei l(cense for Saltier and Mia Strliktr. Against hi will and from fear of Lodlly Injury, Swltr.tr allege, lie waa forced to marry Mis...

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. — 15 September 1905

llrr i i MVS l r Dr Cr5?mBaking Powder URE, WHOLESOME, RELIABLE CREAM OF TARTAR BAKING POWDER Its superiority is unquestioned Its fame wot Id-wide Its use a protection and a guarantee against alum food Cream of tartar Is derived from grapes. It Is used in Dr. Price's Baking Powder in the exact form and composition in which it occurs in that luscious, healthful fruit. A pound of rich, ripe grapes contains a quantity of cream of tartar equiva lent to that required to make baking powder sufficient to raise a dozen ordinary-sized hot tea biscuit. The healthfulness of Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is beyond question. Alum Baking Powders ate Condemned by Physicians Fifty-two different brands of alum and alum-phosphate baking powders were recently analyzed by an official chemist In every one of these fifty-two different brands sulphuric add was reported in large quantities, frequently greater than twenty five per cent of the whole weight of the baking powder 1 Chemical tests show that a ...

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. — 22 September 1905

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. DON'T FAIL lHteir Stmt Mr KTHER 3, 4, 5,' I MM 7 TO- READ THE ADS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM OF MERIT IN TI1I8 IB8VB OF Til See the premium lift la this laiur, mune good cne TRIBUNE. ara offered, tt it n u VOL. XIII. NO. 50. MONTGOMERY CITY, MO., FRIDAY, SKPTEMHEIt '22, 11)05. 1 1.00 ,r,mcK. Local News J. O. Baikett waa lo Mexico Monday on buelnaas. Bealleylng and wile ere vlell lag relatlvee here thh week. Ga Ulnar near town made thla oBe aa appreciate call Monday. Sin. J. E. O'Donnell speata cou ple ol days In 8t. Load thU week, Sa Sharp ipeat a tew day In Tulton the firat ol the week on bull- Doa't fall lo attend the opening at Mil. Beatify' Monday Kept. 25lh. Freeh lot ol cake and crackers Uil week. Cvhiuian ft Biuk DorietlOraveslrlt Tuesday lor Columbia to attend the Slate Uni versity. Yoa will tlnd bargains In photo graph at Bush'eSludlodarlDg the street fair. Dr. E."w. Tlnslcy left Tuesday for a ten day business trip to Hcre- 4 Afri Tfa. Kvtrybody invllrd to at...

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. — 22 September 1905

t ft if. THE TRIBUNE. rxbllstie BT the titmmc rnixTixo co. WOKTGOMF.ltV. I MISSOURI. memorial tablet haa been ereetJ lbs Ispuio In Park lane.. Load 4 KiJ Jenner, the oYlglnaU ofg vaccination, resided In HOJ-sj ! (among the Utile trades or Parlt It tilt of selling food for tlnl, titbit amp street or la corner or taw irket place. l"hc ttate ot Kentucky li elalmlnj ftjlra Uit Soul htm Paelflc Co. Ui, taVca isllniatcd it 111,1 57,50 J. WhlJi Dm state claims accumulated bctweej JlMqJ ihe present year. The BoartV em rai n Co.' position It that It owe the title ot Kentucky only II MOO. Laid eitlraates InJUale that .thl coming orange and lemon cropt lit California nil La record breakers. Shipments. It U declared, lll reach 2S.H") .aw. aa.l mar go to I0.WX). That yield ct thf lurrent yctr, as given It lb" Southern California fruit ex- charge, abiw that Ihe last crop )leldcd to growers Ii.CoO.OvO. The out rut o( tht coming year, on the tame taill, mil produce II&OO0.O4O. That Aminran meth...

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. — 22 September 1905

i . ky raisin. f'lAt fti fawn ot tummtr momtnf, wbso ibt dainty colors bltnd. It When lh rryitit dew if poses I On tho aittiontl0 and rows, its Ins Jar wllh whlrh I rrett thes, my V ItfttaJ fend cUrUticJ frlf.J. ilul, M t6mlcr sound of nUhlfsll csnr K a 1n m to ths heart, Thus discordant slucm rejoice I And insist nrltn not turns 1 roli XTouch ibm chord u( melnncholy sa the JJ tuumsat euros Ii nut. Ktttf 4s.wirt)r rrt iU tilsbtfatl.tnakt me iotsi oi wrs nj, Kot Ihf caittrn sun tUfenJin Nor Ihu tat llh dsrllshl ndlna f Bui ilifl mlnuirs In tten instn 'is lhy ltt tbmchM away. JtfdLtht crcftlny nor ths fsrswtfT tU 4 fc hi frlendihlp't lps doth mean, Km the handcfaup Hh Its gtlridnsii. m s:oxiujr wun its siMnoss, Kot ths Hireling nor tho inning, but ths lis inn lies between. rrrlendBhtp binds two Urea tcretfcer mourn oroni ses Miwsrn iDem roil, T1 no vanishing emotion. Nrtt ft ftAcv or a notion. sTrlndih:t' thmda are tnterwoien In ir.s rsi.rm or trt-souL -J, Lira J for J Hear I, In K, T...

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. — 22 September 1905

i. Montgomery's Great Street Fair OCTOBER 3, 4, 5, 6 AND 7 Five Wonderful Days crowding a month's yes I a full year's enjoyment into this small space of time. So to fullv appreciate the compactness of this Hilarious, Exhilarating, Joyous Feast you should NOT MISS A SINGLE DAT Great lialloon Atsci-iiftion mid Parachute lap Every Day In Hie Afternoon. See (lie AnuiMiig and Entertaining Hoyn Shoe ltnec. A Decided Novelty king to le Kcuieinltered. Tho Splendid Potato Kace, Another New and Startling Feature to Ite offered for your Confederation. See the Daring and Spirited Tournament Hiding. See the Unique aiid Strange DiopUyn in the (in-at Comic Parade. S?ii Tim Vfitif1nrfnl DiAtitfivti iti fit Kfileiifliil Kartnnra t'mrsult. "0 2 j.;;;j.r;.;-r.;.ij;i5 If you did not receive i Catalogue, and you' want one, Write to Secretary Street Fair Assodatien. YOD ARE INVITED TO COME EVERY DAY. IT IS ALL FREE, V. i a: Extra Premiums That were rox in wnen Cata logue was printed. WKDNKMIsAY ;tl() lie...

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. — 22 September 1905

COUNTY NEWS Tlio Thihunic Wnntta Curronpondutita In all PurtM of Monttjomory County. Union Items, William Zumault returned horns Tuoaday from Indiana, where he has been vliltlng relatives tho past week, Ulrtlny Bishop bought a mule irom J. D. Coil Itit week. Charlie Hlbbert bought a hone .from Forest Covington. Mrs. Nancy Jooes died at her home near Hhtmrock Monday night, ajto 77 years. The rtmalna were burled Wedneaday at High Point church after services con ducted by Elder Bailee. Kate llarnei waa the guest of -Mrs. Nancy JennlnRof Montgom ery City Wedneaday. Forest Covington boughtZi head "f aheep from Tom Hlbbert laat "week. Mrs. Tom Hlbbert haa the fever. Preaching at High Point churoh every fourth Sunday everybody iloTlted. Mlaa Dalay Harrlaon vlilted -Mines Kate and Millie Uarnea Sunday, Charlie Clemmenta and wife, and Mliiet Benle and Kara Dish- op vlilted Mn. Mary Clemmenta Sunday, Willie Coil made a bualueaa trip to Montgomery City Tuesday. IUmdlkr. High Hill Items. Meet m...

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. — 22 September 1905

UK) "V. CQOD BLQOq FOR BAD flhaumalTam an Other oel Dle . .aeee are Curt ry Or. William' t Pink nia. Iirtbelrell rutnet tela ai work- on my dam with my elbowti prcMC-1 again it fork wall', In itatnpiirtt nli-Ieitremetof cold." Mid Mr. O Me-ikel, of Jackwm aveuue, Diiboio, I awa. in da acrlbiiig lil eaptriettor to a retvuter, aii.l It le not eurprlilng that I con tracted jbeuroatiun, .For threw year I had attack bBmIIur llio Joint of my ,DkV. kutn and elbow. My nnklej aud kueet bocwnio tu wo.len I conul rare) walk on uneven ground nml a lull prourr (rum n tttxia under hit feet naaUcnut-i me o uiucli palutbat I would iiMtljr tiuk down. I win often obliged tu Imia bed for several day nl a t4m Mr frlcpdiWlu were, elm llarly trdablcd wcte (retting un tellef trora doctor and t dU not leel eiicnoraRoil tu throw meier. away fof iiatl.lug.. By duticr I read th ilmr of Hubert tale", rf tbt ttlaaer Mannfactnrlnjr Co., of Jpabtiue,.whu had n. vcry.p.l com- of iWmAtl.m ' I ifclfctT trrT)r. Wil. ...

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. — 22 September 1905

CONCERNINO 'THE GARDEN. In Planting Tree, and Shrub, it Matter 'f 'Prim, Importance to Prepar tfV fiubwll Properly. ! Jeie amiri.bn.tii ire crttn u-oirded It iWti that aro not Ir-.tio lrmui.li la tx tuHrvn tour tucU tar extend. Ui li planting U uiiully accompanied l fiik ot consequent cultivation at thl'teault l (allure. I Jie prrpiratlou ut cround for th i hUng of trtut ur ehruukery la aa la hl'.inattcr for conaiJcratloo aa the V (Ipfi.uf wtien to laul or what to pi it. -Frequently, due Importance la m jgtven lu llila fact. .'lowing anil, g toll plowing la entallad by a proper pt lirallou uf th ground, and thl la CO (Inucd In croai illrecllone until tho gr tin;. a thoroiiKhly broken np and re Jrcxr to a mellow condition. ; ae liumna or organic matter la tie (lent In tho (toll, tbla atiould ho CO rcclrd by a drmlng of atable mi nt r. peat or olher organic matter. I hit treatment will Inturc a condl tie I of the ground which wilt make It ho I moliturc and uilnillate fertiliz er I i d...

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. — 22 September 1905

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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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