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Pocahontas Record (Newspaper) - August 13, 1908, Pocahontas, Iowa make it This celebrated quick easy and economical freezer costs no more than the ordinary Let us show you there are agents for ELASTIC BARN AND ROOF guaranteed water proof for five water proof canvas COME IN AND SEE you want to or you ought to be good to your and buy protect them from the We have a large line to select and want you to call and see them and get prices buy Prices guaranteed to be as low as the Nice Line of and also have a fine line of driving arid work in everything that is carried in a first-class harness Repairing a both Harness and Shoes n m m m m n n m m n u buying one of Deere or Gang Endless Manure Spreader for Line of Driving and Work Weber US BEFORE YOU u n u m m WITHOUT THE CURE YOU PAY NOTHING UNTIL I publish In In or 1 eared THEM and can CUBE John W. ohn F. C. Dea John H. Des FOR MY 52 PAGE FREE of creat value to anyone and many testimonial Whether you tako treatment or you are welcome to the will pay OES - or with aod blotches of to the in f. for lost and cored lost ot ma for We can and and make POISON in 6ilai ana alt lorms In tew dayi TO MEN upon with i description of aboTe and sent seated In plain fElLOWS FELLOWS 325 walnut DES in iil ns class Pocahontas Iowa Slate Roister Payable in Tuberculosis August 12.The state for the treatment of of tuberculosis has now been in operation six been opened for reception of patients 1, 19C8. The rapidity with which the beds are being filled clearly the need of just such More than the number of that have been refused admittance as not under the classification points to the vital importance of hospitals for the care qt advanced Up to the first of July 10,1 patients had been received for while for the same period of over 200 were turned aim of the sanatorium is it the tuberculous patient from amongst friends to he may unwittingly be a places him in a of afflicted in like who are being disciplined and taught the fundamental principles of the it gives the poor tuberculous patient the opportunity of receiving proper care and it aims to cure the thus back to the state a life restored to its working person from who IS unaware that the disease has fastened itself upon be from his quite millions of If he is fortunate to learn the nature of his malady before it has become lie has the opportunity of retiring to the sanatorium with a reasonable hope of thus sparing himself years of suffering and and better still lessening the danger of infection to those about his sojourn at the he learns facts concerning his disease important to him as an individual alid as one of a Most deeply and persistently impressed on his mind are the now well known tuberculosis is caused by a specific genu and that it is transmitted the dried carried about in the of those afflicted with the He that in such an institution danger ia reduced to a minimum by the burning of in its moist and state and sterilizing any or every thing suspected of containing tuberculosis Of almost equal importance with a knowledge of the disease is the personal factor in the struggle to overcome the The desire for the comforts of life arid all outside interests must be secondary if he would effect a It requires fixed on its set Church Ambrose S. The prayer meeting week meets with Mrs. annual meeting of the Women's Missionary Society will be held next Friday witli Mrs. W. D. aa of the members of the foreign board that lately visited tells of a Japanese a Bryn Mawr who has gone back and is the leading worker in her home Where are college THE the men had n big I never knew men went to Sunday They don't at our school unless they teach They had big banners and yells like college When they got to the top of ther they What's the matter with Mr. He's all Then they said a lot of and Scripture I wish a lot of men went to every Sunday be so S. was an average of at least 2(500 communicants admitted to Christian churches in mission fields every Sunday of last If you could have slipped into any one of these and gazed upon that hushed and strangely varied in color and but one in hope and tender love to your Saviour and would you not have your heart in thrilling sympathy with Christ's joy and cheered with glad assurances of His Would it be for next globe-trotting man of the world to paralyze youi faith in S. D. viz iif ili are Fellows a lil AGE MD IN AND MOST ITS IN Authorized to treat SPECIAL treatment wo to AH readr for Not detention from at a distance mall lent free irom gaze or E of cases State your case and Bend for FREE and In person or by Call or write 1 nae of bo unfaltering zeal to live out of doors night and day with the thermometer hovering about to take milk and eggs in especially where there is a natural antipathy to them and to It will be more pleasant and convenient to take medicine and let it do the germ thrives and multiplies in damp vitiated hence the need for a maximum of dry next the nourishing food and the rest increase the resistance in the body to the poisons thrown into the After six or eight months at the with disease apparently he returns home no longer a rather a missionary bearing the gospel of fresh air and cleanliness and the blessed tidings of hope to the this institution now in operation a chance of recovery is offered to the poor even though the disease were discovered in its early no alternative was open to such an He worked until death with bony finger beckoned him to Where means are lacking they are not required and he is given every care and attention that will help him on the road to fact that disease lays hojd on men and women in their in a great majority of just when the earning is the means art immense financial loss to the So from a material point of Len Durth was in Miller of Marathon was in DeVaul of Havelock visited over Sunday with his Clampitt and Guy Needham drove to Wednesday Wilson of Spencer was in town after Duger of Lehigh visited at the O. Chamberlain Bruce and wife of visited at the Jess Foval home Davis of Garden is at the Pineo home this Griffen of Sioux City visited at the Ray Morrison home this Schroeder made a business trip to Pomeroy Wednesday of last Ray Lilly left for to visit with her M. Tollefsrude and daughter came over from Toy of Storm Lake is at the Pineo home a few days this Maher of Gilmore City visited at the R. W. Small Thursday of last Ray is a visit froni her Mr. Griflen of Ft. and Frank Stegge of Nebraska have been visiting at the B. H. Stegge home during the past Needham returned from where he has been visiting relatives the last two Pete Murphy of who has been visiting at the John Howe home returned to Needham had a bad which came near being as it caused heart She helping the profits than move the Room Book Sewing EARLY THE STOCK IS Furniture GREAT SCHOOL OF AND AUGUST 20-28, 1908- Belongs to the People of and Swine 3000; Cattle 800 500 best ali else in ment Program will I New of E nn exhibit or fcr a. week of profit to I Choice Camping Grounds Attendance 200,000 and larger every O I IS E Band of 60 Scats In for Races and an FOR New Days Races Stock COMFORT AND C. 35, 1908 Leave Pocahontas 6:11; is an investment may be represented by DeS Hoines 9:57 your silent If you sell fine goods that are up-to-date in style and of superior quality it ought to be reflected in your We produce the kind that you need and will not feel ashamed to have represent That is the only it pays to send out Send your orders to this over and women conclusion then the train will benefits the Sibley pother unhitch their horse public and the state and intermediate stations 7: p. m. frightened and Building Iowa state The Fair arid opens and the program la far only is to demonstrate the fact that it is an effective weapon in the crusade Kidney Keinedy will cure any case of kidney or bladder that is not beyond the reach of No medicine R. O. Grover Low Fares throwing her to the hiie full particulars and details of on his claim in Dakota Ind regular train service from for the rest re R Smith and children of G. Reynolds a day Sheridan her effects to W where the family their future Sayer and Mr. and Mrs. Snyder and daughter of visited at the John Thompaon a few days last of Storm Mrs. Denmon of Cedar Foils White of Grand ted at Ray a few W and John Apple ani home from Hot S. where they have been and report that improved in F. L. Caesidy is household goods and leave for * take a position in tlic V Prof. superintendent of the 8i for the past eight and family preparations to soon Amee where they will future business men of held a meeting to hold another The dates selected are sev 8, 9, and J. McBrayer gooda to he has a Oil o'clock brought the people .Wf S fire found to be of rant and was Mrs. A. H. ing the the county this
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