Alden Times, August 15, 1890 : Front Page

Publication: Alden Times August 15, 1890

Alden Times (Newspaper) - August 15, 1890, Alden, Iowa VOLTA!K XIII. BUSINESS DIRECTORY cmmoRu ATI OKAL CHT'IKm ft«r*l'«see*n #* u o cloak *. rn. Iv adar KobaN a* Iii in '*arrlr.. Hill Set,Seth •tailing. IU* J ll Af f II 0 f ?>t* fMhtt inf UKRMAN M. PI CllDRCn nor vt rn. *T»rr • J1 I    rn.    Prs#,    lung    »T,r r •that Similar Sun t»v School at v a iu. ararr Hum lav. Prater moving arary Tt*ur»,Uy .tao-lim at 7 o clock. OKUMA V LUTHERAN rnt’RCIi Mini ll at r> Hall hath at I ti o . I r a a rn Sun lay ta i wl iiuuavitlatvir altar morning aarvlcoa. If R CBtTRCH nor J W Forcvtb, Pactor, avrrv Hun.lar at ll od wk arn ani et' kl Jpw.CUaa rn a. ti nj al 19 orlon* a in •verv -ahh.tb Prarar rctatu.g • *..*» Tua. Ur on I I our*.Ur avatilncc   aocigTnML _ * _ _ I It A DI A VT LOPO*. N„ MW. A. V, A A. wT I WI.I rnevt in NfSlW <*, mmacfc-at ton on th* Fr|. liar-r*nind on or tiafnra th* full mom, at Mo- > a ni Hall. Al l.n Iowa. tinting Krathran ara cot-Belly invttr I rn attar,! h. L. Pierce IV. M , I It SA » Ticket, Secretary AU'KN MBR ART AVII RP Att I NO ROOM — In Harm -nil Haulm* Open *v*rv -Ut and event##, Sunday accarta-t Taarly auhiertp iii"* .    , Ml*' * K hurry. Prealdant, lf Ian J ottiw ALDE* I.onr.E Ko VA, I O O r Maria • nary Wedn«.,l*r em. I rig at I'* lay'* Hall > i * it I n rf DTvthren ar* rdiaUf turned teat- 1011*1 • IL YI Jonr«, Hr* fptiif, AI.DVN I,HIU,F Vc 1*3 A O IT. W -Me*'. at U- aye Hall lt*a , ar meetings •*. on I an I tact rn*.,lay evann.ga f aaeh month All JI* • g n.. rn . r. ar- , . tiallv (nut-I to attar) 1 I. ' Hog-rc. kl. VI . J rom.ma.a, IU our I r MKIiiitl/ilifll K.Vn ’i| K of P Meat,era tho rr*> an I th 11 I i r. la. *v*r im. a of aa h I ai nth in Lu-vt Ka,! visiting Ki.i.hta al* j • •*• waif rn.a M J. Haul, C. C. P. K. Ft «ht, K. of It an i ft.    IAf. DRN IOWA, FRIDAY, AC til ST Hi, I SIH I. NUMBER 21. supsor 1 consol ORA C.RHS IR- Grain, Un Stock, COAL, ALDEN,.....OW    A, RURAL TOPICS. INFORMATION FOR THE HUSBANDMAN AND HOUSEWIFE. P—tne IVarttral Hiit(Mili>ai tar Ut* Par mar, Sleek-Hr—.tar. Poulterer, ffareerytnaa. and ll ou.efcee|»era IU! 1AUM. Wlnena, III., Cor!, Warranted t5 Pw CfnL PML PETER MOR, < ration- .uni make a desperate -tap at the i<lT> inlrT; lint when Moolcy Im* rllr-ti, tiling li-r lid,'I., ami |M-rhaj »«* Clio milti-r la tearing open cracks on her O at* ami sticking Iii. uncut Italia Into her,    j- expert***! to mu ml |>k1li'iitly Anti not even - witch her tail, aa} a A nnitetnpor ary. H rvfrm Former. Trintp n no brat hr, po-*-«. On rich pa-fur* ■*, baw a< ce** in an a bt md a ti lu-av> Immf cattie Witt ti,TTI -returns alien' gra-- la it Ut*’ ta it t m id I la required, and Nunhdiiwit -h*--p, Ihhi IPT*, an* hettrt aria pl***! t I lur*’ Hid ii Clit' limn Br t nl* ford- In a, li l ting tin bpi •'-n ald.-raisin r. ga riling th, J dill.in* Un i "iii > fur it* thrift piir|e>«. a in i |«‘W. un lh* -objector devil with idf»a|drnl«* «.f lim •I fur nil pur-»in re stork Of fina1. the «*, Ti ti I til th. .ac — ant a inurn Tim A| 1 rinu g active' I biltaid ii nill ll • d git n l« intl It DEALRR is MCK J. IT UUY, \Hornet and Cnnnaelnr at Taw Pr rn't atte- • ti gt rn tor, He roo* Off ear • . r PCA- T tty WK I rtr-re, :tMen. H**r-tt» .onuty, iowa. I,' I* P IU SHUR M D Pkjatetaa and Surgaon, * A ! I Iowa I t*-a ti 1 K> at r.g 1 FT irt ware T. J. RICK, BARBER AND HAIRDRESSER. Agent /ae i.tli-nnj Atramrhin Tin* trait tlrr-mun /imir.iMC Ca., of Frrrpari, IU. I cm *ell Tearr.iMp t . keta ani ran hr-* fn f-l-nda or a- ud them A,waya ira ljr to • ire Ufo rn.t, a. r J. EICK. Alien, la J. A, BUTTON" ALDEN, IOWA, Notary • Public, Real Estate, Lear —no— I NHI f1t A N < IC ACJKNT. I arm ..iana r .-g'-’ta’a I tm    y    ahoy t ,, a at low rate * tinter#*'. !-argo Hat;u,t r--ied an i-I'-tmprtrvad land* for rale Live Stock, GRAIN, Seeds & Goal. ALDEN, IOWA. How In fetor* I *ot * t CM* IL niffcrcnt men ha\.» dlfT. r< nt tnctbudaj J And difT. rmt i-limdii'* r»*i|ulr»* dlfl' mnt | I irc.itin-nt for tlndr r.**t ami *'■••pv*nl I'rujt* I Mrii> farmnra adv |<l.-lng or Imrtlng I* tin. le-.t, it Ii)I,* oi h«-t * again *»y *t»»rag«- I In «• liar up barn I* tlm IhhI. Ka* Ii It., g<mmI rn "* way. and U tow will Iv found »»**P*ntinn    to th two midbotls wbb h vr-py rarnl)- fall to ie-    The dl»<    u«*toi j Sdtlsfat tury lf |>ro|N>rly milling, <1.    I    growing auiiuaU with    |.|,.,*|,| Iii Un' lit-I ni l la .ituiii that    tin    i    i.-i" In ii wldttl.d doai,    t..    ii,,, form j tuln-ra am fully rl|H'. I’otat.N •* that    am    J    cb*!. Itt*f | dug too early will not k«*T» j»ro|n'rly;    I they turn soft, am un».i\or> for * miking I and weakly for  I Tin tn-*t an to I dptrrialnr wb.-th«*r tb,* I u bn TR ar.1 fvifty I mat ii md. I* to ob—r.n th,- haulm Tin* i h at' i turn ynllow and Chn tint * shrink Having dug tin- imiuu* if tl»«*y apiR-ar drr, ttn*y ran Im tarted away to tin* I Ida, of sturagr at nntv*; hut, lf al all 'birnf*. limy should lh* on tho ground (if J th** uni until tin* niotatnm Is rntlmly alp J sorbrd. First, method of Storing Ie to I dig a tm ut’Ii ahtil two tty thm*» f> r*t j ii* * (i. .md latg- .,, * ..rdn g a*, ii,** I,tsi % , of runts to iM> atumd. t’amftiliy and j nip " ' > i ti,, if, i. i .,i. r w .iii Wf w Itll partb ami i for-pas. I iv* •mn g«*t a traspnon and tanto tho lAVitlng and attra< tit o eweot. On th« day ap* pointed th liver tho hom y to rti'li (autlly that bae ordo md. tumid I*- hail *ait. when thw ordinary t it til Ie- drill iont In phosphates; ti. Ion- » WtU Ie* ludn at'il In no growth of thr animal, i dont y to tiiarrlnna. The wan md alw a)* pmdunr, In ti ' • irs, hay. straw. corn. rto.. Holds mat I*** lo-t-«> dis. I,.- iii fig a lower ta inly to that "tis app* .ir am) this de-tin* drfoi t-nd its t. in i* land dor* tin •f imtf, • uiatiui • ii*- atnl WILLIAM KHA THIO. Dealer ta Heavy and Shell Hardware, Pocket Md Tibia Cutlery, Tinware & Woodenware, the Iai7«at and Saest (took al m I HEATHS STOHS & SARGSS tiny or straw ti sod. anti your jHitnt*,,. will turn ** tin* spring, sound md *w*rt, A mn h»*r mot hod I* to , ut tit.un tin* Boid .mil apr* 1*1 tin in sn .I i ’•*,( , and |oav*> thorn unlit hit** In tho thou heap thoro tog*-tinu and*o\«-r w I, -.a, i,. oTTWsTi nr Tilt Tti"’n barr* ’s, k* • ping tin* , filar .»1 w ,*\ % i fit •* ilfgrn i aholt* lr* ■ ring |*oint * ■ im should ta- t.ik, ii in st<irii.g {sitato**s hi ,* liar*, tIi.tr tin i *k> in ,**iiM* i.e. warm and rot, or sprout •*.irIy. or fr***-m mid I** nom** wortlih- Tri ut .i l»r* r*i*L and -it .Hi- TUP. NOCHE HOLIK I 'leaning 4 et pet s. IVrhftpa th** most thorough way to ■ loan a , urp* t. *-sprctRUy a Brussels < *r. jH-t, is lo lay it on a 4-Iran grr»«* plat, f'Uodow-r- and brat TI a- ll ll*-* ttn rr. Afti-r brlnff I* atop thoroughly, It can t» draggiwl by lh«* >>»rnors 4i\or tho gras*, which will brush off alt Ho* adln rlng 'Hist, and tin* * ar|n*t will br cl* amidin tin* most appmt * ii matinof. To Iwat a • ii|« 1 on a lim i' btu an ini|irrfc< t way, ami tho work is not as well dom*, unless ( i*t tho most pat l*at lf ating, bosidrs not I tiring as i-gs^ fin, tir>t un ntlom d way. I I hr so-*-itllrd r.irpr|s|M>altng mai hlm-- In us** In this country am barbarous In their lr* mm* ut of * h»d< •* (lieir oovrrings. ll ith. |M>rhk|i'. twenty * it hors our < ar* I,, is ar*- t *1 milled a1--ut In a grrat cylln. - d* r, until limy ar* f*dd* <1 In a thou.and w#|s, and r* turtusl, inst* n*l of thr -tiff, 1 lirm ■ iris t '-iii out, s,ift, limp artli loe, that Ii.it** lost half tln-lr w-ariug qual-iiI* * In Rn gland, lr* land and Scotland tho pi ii.I* ut house wifi* * oiiijM-Hod tin* rarjft lf at'-rs to ills, ird th** rotary carpet do* stroll r. ami automalli* ln-ating nit*him s a* - now ii'* ii, vs tii* ti le-at 4 ar|fts as m-ar Ilk. hand w,,rk .1 Is pi* si blo for ludrhln* ti to do it If iitotg In a Hty, it will ■ v nun to bike lariats out in and ta at th* 'n. as aho tm Aft* r • **mparing results, car-. r I*. t» iton by machinery tap Tm M' ll hill th* tplng th ■ ■    \    g    I Tit* I pay til 1 into ti des* rilfd, |fIs will it •1 g a in. Ag.tin, don t I In* fbair, as Is • Itios. That brush* I on 11,. not ital - S.O**, iud Eerm Millet •ti. ta the market. TUnM» CANIX. WHI.I AM KES I I KO, Aldea, lava tli.i 1 DICKSECKER’S n PERFUMES llamo Cit;,- I.-. > « gillUTT a18TTU. CHICAGO, IOWA AND DAKOTA nan.WAT. Soonest, Juiciest ail Oily Direct Line ■ETW EEE ALDE*, IOWA FALLS,»ELDORA, AMM 1IK U.O, MILWACKRE AAU ALL EASTERN POINTS. TL I    TRrlPtf    rt    , »f Ihr.w IVrf imri P** HUI U#ai lfe*ir »«i# rn * At r UMki tart I It <t* aw watt fir a* A|*{ •aal Nil thgl It flail i 1 ne AB I ' R*t‘. nit tJMItJlf f « 'fewm ('«l«kLrmUHi *n4 Miffr Jntjr if* |wrf#rr«»4 RMNMI. wLasifNlnfdl And ».#♦•*««*»• if Urie|;^iB% tor thorn on4 HICKSECKEfl'S TOOTH POWDER Mi fn*    "    -    ^    -    —    -    *•—-*—*- f i r • in -rd lb« Rncmt ro«*d«f In **?!•€- • r* tPPir VIS »rw»b    br«*lh Nil I T'AtiJ fwdsK tis.y agniUi lf t 'ffantRwiAlnMkll htifif 4. RICKSECKER^ FICE POWDER Wrl H fhr* blfWfft    w*rrf    •»•*    r    *    Tho Tt at . rf. t, * as yet Bi IfrHtiJf Inwttltiir    moAo. J ms it . ti. ** tnt] y a NIU ut* ll CHCO. R1CKIECKIR, PERF UMER, WIW TOIL IL TXT. OK OOHJBTIS NOTARY PUBLIC, Beal Estate, Csilettioo M Imhdm AGENT. ALDEN, -    -    -    -    IOWA. F&nn and Town Property EOS SALE AND KEITT, Passengers Can Save FROM 3 HOURS TO S BET* KUS CHICAGO ANO POINTS ON THIS LINE BT TARINO THIS SHORT ROUTE. Ft it ' ii 11 ii r«- Is tom, Iii dry w t atlu NT! iIsl appl), at nspffiatl) in agrh'U ' nit i ii liav tiiak along w uh l orn -ii. lit bk Is ronttp'i R > '*. I'ul «-l*i\ * r. "a' Kill wird.) a* -> -lb- Tills I- ti tin ii down. Tilt: farmer w and !«•* I puts ii . 'I ami pit- Ii I m-*-lf f,.r • Ic u >tiwat*>*i 11,,' dnd thousand d*»litr-It-von md anuuallv iu< th*- WI-hI. bin k Th* 4tmo-ph*-m * and nitri** ai id, hut s.irtn**! lo th** -od! in yfgi-talti** grov* th. ii vt kind of «.*.* k, do « I- isk*sl of a M ■ ! g.iu I, barr* led *Un*k — rn* it ami r*pty h! ai*' apt to I..-*..in,' and -wihsii whi'fi w* ii fmt ami worry bt' an-*' «■ a I’nrtaln gfiaivr Thf umn th kl'".    x. Wfiis mj (u i {*<*n*ii« T'diiri !**o.ibs thai r**S ov.-r vt iih a I* •*ai’h rain. A I,* nut molt up and Thk manure Growing animal •*at«*n, a flout sj val un, and mil* Ii than bill vt tilt f rrstv* hat i ,0 to tV o th** I -r. A. rn Iv ba h» fit" **- md': a nr.. .-pf th* md th* tai   I to in w mtff. for soiling timidt»y, en H tin v si,ii • •im W.IV *1 fi VS ll trop TU. W till*II n p M M oui on b**aitli ii- -un >i * h - IU sir l r b hun VI Is* ii W .idled. ut iii « 'tiflif, a* cording the -ft. op ta\.v ' ii ( ar* *1 that the <i ’el* he ii 1,-1* ut ti ll1 A .j <*)*» il lh *•* **. :• ought ■ 'n seq ll. ■Util to mold v I ii pm * tic ll" Iii- lo br a f .»' f. .''IM* <• Ha-.duw fi*" k- tis ive 1m'*h . *1. Hill c a. h -Ii* i* p's W -ll ! Whib* a pr- - ■ din g eight -(*<•«'p w - was! lied be ti. 11 • th i i* ?,.*, lied fr. 1 ill- r. I snug .11 mind tic*' j«rl"* of »--*i -in cc I 'Til. ii.,it* th; it till UU WA-bt *1 I 4 I"" I ban the washed waker a1 ■firmed t hat the ; |<q tf h ashing . I,,, * J,j 1 -beep, I ... *e imf I win " iud ” 1 anti f f» .1 ain! • »! * ti!fill am j***. •liiiiirT I ■ * Oil! fit TY f the u U'li' •rifts hi* 'h'aiii'd on is ta-lug i ir .I * * ti* * ii In some ii slimy roinpotind that Is I Im* -ai [ft la only soft soap, < oior* <i mil ie'rfunit’d, |gr* i" >fras Ii |« trim that It ii im t i.Mdt * h ail, tint It Is th ti mint* or lest of that ii tin- hack of th** I’arpft, • <i it' way Kit nigh. along I in - urn- r« A pl, \ si, j»n, v• ■ rsud in «Ii**mistry, knows ip w hi* ii sf.n s iii lh*' * urp* t it** gri ns,-, attra* ting myriads bugs and insects of ail I*- nm Rising and liilmg I having woi : tim Hiil.-S a j «»r atty imi** that tills si Is rn soh.„| ii, of flies, carp* kinds, Im '1*1* lh*- rooms with dangerous gas**s, from tim .Ii'gustii g -impound of grows**, wool Villi .Hr! fir A al I lull ll kl I Hints In Hnusefceepers. Vi.ui, iii improves wriih lo , ping. therefor*’ ii I' m -I ti, ay in a larg. supply. If tim i toth- - ire s<»ak*d o\*-r night, ORI ta* ” -pH,;,? .j of pure ammonia In each tub of w aivr w ill materially lessen th** laU*r of washing. I w i \ f y mvi |sm ruts of gratin 11 ted Si.gar is em,ugli lo keep ill 'lur-, with ti n jK>urui- of the loaf aud powdered. Ink -!.i ■ ' on lim n , ui lf tak*-n out if iii*.' -i.ria is nr-I wsr-ii-d Un strong salt amt waler aud then 'pong*-*! with lemon Ik* • lid***! of a* rrs of in iller of flow will h** im It itiis year. did In md, siau Un lit! it work* *1 Iii valor after >sen»lal hi a*l- i hi UCI VK A* ferllln* Mtinry. I Kvfrt ts from a ;i n-T f * Moore at the till . s,;.i!* I. t oui en t kin Mark- 'in^ ri'.r hoi most Important parts •>' rh*- ' I it we tsd in this. ti t-raise large* r**j*s *.f    ,ff '' ai<* In lls production Ktp'fii'ti-i' has shown that gro* ervnmn and dei hon*'v that is da-i!» 'l on sh*iws .my broken eof <h". Vet these thill continue to-hr. -** long handle honey. Th** oui sss-iri s ere-, r by n* to *■ nr a In a liti b* pA'teboard t*ov f«'ir tim pur|sis*-. Take a walk wit Ii rn*- i mission houses of an, „f ll F mm • put a pim h or of e.n Ii. find ti riff. It w ill kill th# st'V’klngL lf at all. ami a lit time arui again. pa- ..an v • In c*-nt arrow or •se soil jj warmth from animals diff- .is from th*    i    and yoi! will *A»* iarg** unantii J I***r cent. of manuria! 1 • cows afiwiui nine per through will alw av s : freight men I elution that • -aetr si-rttnn J de e I pre *«d y j l*oii weeds iii tim gra two tit salt in tim middl h-s* '(tower Soli's if WO-,!'. 4 *0 "lo I, ami blae! w8s|ie*l iM-fore wearing ____    _ th* tie- f gall put in th,- water will ruDWBr fade or ■ hang' color * :i,, r with Wearing or washing, In a basin of water, -ill, of i*our«#, fails to th*-I*<>!loin; .,i n, , r soak 'alt h'li with th* '—iii s ,|e .iowrn, as th** -ilv wtiJ fall t-i th* skin ami remain tln-r*-. BwwUwg Dawn th* Catarwr. •Thwrw aru women, aud again thwrw ar# woman, said a well known caterer yesterday, “and if yow want to learn •omething almul theif nature yon should he iu mr business. What # tx»tbering me? Well, a short lime agit I went out to serve a wedding party,' a small one, anil everything seemed to go as smoothly aw oil When it wa« al«»ut time to leave, the Inly of the none# came out to tho room where I was superintending the waiters, and with a show of great indignation, e»-I claimed ; “ ' This is simply oatraga>n*.’ “What is outrageous?' sud I ‘The manner in-which von have served this party/ Well, iu what respect ?* “Tot thus bv the necessity of giving SU excuse, she replied I here L*n’t a piece of Haviland attoug the china.* Irritated br this, I exclaimed “ 11 bv yon know a piece of Haviland when you aee it?* “Receiving an answer in th*- affirmative, I retorted Rink imt a piei*e that mn t Haviland.’ ' Well, the tingerlmwls aren’t thr* • wit,’ was the next shot. I hey're just aa good as #on paul for,* was my prompt answer. 'I understand your little game, madam, aud it isn't the first time I have seen it at tempted. You wish, now that you hare had tile catering, to heat down the price, but it won't work.’ “I gave orders to the head waiter to pack np and left, fearful that my tem* (>er would get too much the best of ms. Hhe name aroiunl to mr office afterward and wanted to talk it over, hut f wowldwT talk, and told the'clerk to tell her so. Then she reduced tho hill, end sent it huck with the amount she thought was (Inc, “It’s curious that a woman i an't ack like a man when it comes to a matter of judgment, bn! she can't. If she had asked mc in fhe first instance for a reduction, I would have made it sooner than have had any tmnhle, hot I had faithfully lived tit) to the agreement, »n(l had served five peoplwvtiore than the number called for, without making any ultra charge, the enttta hill for that matter tieing an mconsjderablw amount, and it amused me to have the service attacked in *nch • transparently unitist way." "I>nl you receipt the bill?" “Well, I should say not. It will Ive paid, yon may he sure, hut I was jus% showing you how ijucerlv women can aof once in awhile; as a rule, they are th# l**st people in the world to transsol business with. Hut their breaks arc so noticeable Ixvanse rn> entirely different from those mad* by mea.*—SC. Vaui Puyttfnr /Ves/«. ii BANK OF ALDEN, BES J BIRDSALL A SON Alden, Hardin Countv, Iowa. EXCHANGE BOUGHT and SOLO. Collections made a Specialty. Hone? o Lean on Ileal Estate. ROBERT HOLMES, • DBA I.BB IN— Lumber, Brick, Cement J and Limev CONNECTIONS AT ELDORA JIM TIO\ with the Chic**# and Northwestern Hallway for Tama < i:y, Cedar Rapid< Clinton, Chicago. Muwankee, Ii*,# Moines, Council Bluffs, St. Baul, Minneapolis and all points in Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas and the Weak ELDORA with th** C ntral lows Rail w *y -for points North and South. IOWA FALLS with the B., CRAN. tun! Illinois CV'ti tm! Railways, for Water-loo, Dubuque, Fort Dodge and Sioux ( tty l ie all inforation about Freight or Passenger Hates, apply to ..nr local agents or address tho th n-ml Flight and Passenger Agent ut Eldora, Iowa JOHN PORTER, W. 8. PORTER, tUnS Saaavrr    a.    T.    , AIDES, ttWAt I PERFUMES —Maim roots rnowsBj tm Tai — LANO OF FLOWERS I I DOUSSAN’S Sweet South H *•>«■ IpttsklerT^ lrttlsA I EACM 00 CENTS. HaiKOOCB *XTKA nsa BP»lALTI|rS I fits DES IMM I SNUS MUT ll uhkis i smut I IMPERIAL PINK |    I I ROUSSEL ROSE I    EDIN    BOUQUET! LILY OE THE VALLEY I J teagt«sugEggfe ncciOLAil MmortcacH FEimim oa,l A noon - r j. of l>.»f Ii corn an*l we*-*l-> * atli,"I tm grown "ii fIi*- -am#* irroutiil at the aa me lim** a**v rn* *r ** * hut tw-i railvv.4y trains ran pa-* on the -ame track I i.ov r n can b*» put In the *ii*v, we , would 'ay to a corjnfKfifinilent, |i_aIiould tx* I ut when In Idoom, millet' when the blossoms fall, rye when the beads begin to show. Yet* * in‘t - heat nature, starve and neglc* t n nur farm and it will -tarve you of? of it in tin*' . ours** of time, and when It d*M-- )nu will go around growling at everything, s-e! A s." iHMIN farmer remarks: • Life I** lived to little purpo-ve lf at the end of twelve months tin- farmer knows nothing morn to his advantage than ha knew at the l>eginnlrig." A nor should b u rn the habit of ■ ivy polltenens in all «ircuin-ram u*, but lf tin re In-on.-pi.n in, earth where nu*' should ii-*' fr• • iy his very liest manners, It is in Ids own home. Swobk introduced into the Isittom of a smoke-house through a piece of pipe long enough to allow tin? air to cool be-I for** it reaches the meat is much belter I than a hr*- iii the smoke-honse.’ t mo i.v cattle on a farm are very ■ troublesome, hut the mu so i- n*)t liartl to find. Ii Is alinust in . arinldy |Hv*ir pas-I tun md soml-starvation. Why shouidn't I a hungry animal Jump fence- *>r push j the III db WU? THC STOCK KA SCH. Civ** Shirk Niilra Dry meal and nulpliur are remm-mendesl for shoats that may Im troubled with the *er>„f-k. and tin* rri’otnmcndarian Is a good one. Tnr. farmer who has ail van* e*i hi the pobit of knowing what he Is feeding to each animal, win ant long be satisfied whit waisting gooa feed **n inferior stock. - It I* more expensive to isakn full cream cheese, but It Is alway* readily salable, and brings good prices, while the poorer arlh io J* not in demand at all. It docs not pay to attekwxt to economise the (kist of cheese by skimming a portion of the milk, nor can any substitute for cream be used that can not bo detected by experts IP a fly or a mosquito bulies around tiw**** un un7 us utnirwrj, w* cue same his face the milker will stop milking op- time inducing the possible c na toner to ie * urn-cities, f comb hone) marketed in that - Ii a J **. aud also the breakage in necessary handling is j much less Their cost i* friflir g— less 1 than one-half a cent <-a n by the thou--and. I think if the !»-e-if13(; Who tmk* ht-h*iti*-y from th* Ii iv.- and h»>**-.| and 'hipped whole crates without even laking them apart to -*•«• lf any were nl- • ly filled, or scraping the -• '-lions to make them more attractive, could hoi* Ic ard theconver-atton la !ai on tin iiujji --ion merchant and the possible purchaser, and heard hi- hooey offered at three ami four cents |ht iniund less than nice honey In gia-'mi cam s, he would have realized the object lesson m.ire fully than by reading a whole volume of bee-litcra-ture. Ih'auty In app»-arance I- as Important as alco*lienee in flavor to the successful apiarist. If beauty ami neatness arq necessary with comb honey, they a to-re. less Important to Htrsi-tad hmsyf In marketing extraet*««l honey, glass receptach's are evidently ix-st. Those holding one-half pound, thretHjuai' rs, and a pound an- preferred Ivy tho trade, as they eau la* -old for a small amount of money. Largo quantities of honey are sold each year to * ii.* w holesale and retail druggist*. Mo-1 druggists prefer IO furnish their own receptacles, hut Af not, th*- quart Mason gin-' ar presents marked advantages on aceount of it* holding ju-i three pounds of good, thick honey When irv st alined it is far easier to melt a guar* than a sixty-pound can. There Is another method of retailing clear honey w hich promises to I.-ad In the quantity that can be -old in the given time ami territory. Take a quart Mason Jar half full of witlLaolover honey, and a nice one-pound section, lf you picas**,aud call at the tir't house on any street of any {nwn you may mention. Hap or ring gently, and on ve-elng a member of the fumi-lv, look pleasant and say, "Good morning” pleasantly, and without more ado, say, ••Don't you wish me to brlrg you some nice white clover hbney this day next week?” My this mode of address you surprise and please them; surprise them because In most eases they never saw a sample of boney brought to their door, and an order solicited; please them because by your words you lift yourself clear from the dreaded agent or peddler. Then in a few words explain your prlee, site of package and day of delivery, at the same rut. K ITI* ll ICN, I Mew. Cut f-tur j*** intl- "f v.jI Info stripe J tIir**«* im he- long ami out) Inch thick, I f"-* 1 twelve larg.- jsital.s-s ami rut into I -Ii*. - one inch tin- k, -pread layer of veal on iM.ttom of (sit. 'j.rlnkle In a little 'alt 1 and |**qip«r. theu Saver of po ta I'M--, then ;la!r **r of veal seasoned a* !iefi>re. Us*’ rip veal rhtis; Over last Ia*er of v*-al 1 put layer bf slices of -alt {Mirk, and over the whole a layer of jM'tat-ocs. Pour on w lier till It ri-**s an inch over the whole, f over clo-**, h» al fifteen minute- and -Imiuer an hour. rrult Iotj«r t ak*. This Is a deli' ious novelty in cake ' making. Take "ne 1 tip of -tigar, half a up of butter, "rn- cup ami a half of flour, half a cup of wine, one cup of raisins, two egg-and a half teaspoonful of soda; put tin -<* ingredients together with care, Just as if it were a very rich cake, bake In three layer- and put frosting bet ween—the fro-! lug to bo made of tho whites of two egg- with enough powdered -agar to make It thick. Th# top of th# cake may be fro-ted lf you choose, D ue riant. Cut tho (bant to Glee# alinit one third T of an Inch thick. Pare these and I RT them In a flat dish. Cover with bolling water, to w hi* h has lx-en added one tublcspQotiful of -alt for every quart of water. Let this stand one hour. Drain, I pepper tho slices 'lightly, then dip them in beatten eggs and bread eruaabs (two eggs and a pint of crumbs are sufficient for a good Hied plant). Fry in bolling fat for eight or ten minutes. The slices will be soft and moist when done. Fro*laxi Orang**. Pare oranges, remove ev**qr particle of the Inner skin; divide them Into lobes, laking can* not to break the skin; beat the whites of two eggs or more to a stiff froth, add a tahle'poon of water to the stiffened whites, dip the orange lobes In this and roll part of them in pulverized sugar aud part In pink sugar sand and lay them on paper to dry. When dry heap them in a gla-s dish, the red and white together, and mix In a few green leaves. This is a pretty dish. How Unt ie I.rry XX rn* Hark on th# Crowd. ^ Every boy of aa in the village knew Unde Jerry Crawford. He was a dried uji old man, and never seemed to get any older, although always complaining The form of salutation wan invariably tim: “Hello' Uncle J err v I* “ Va##, yass." “How you feeling *' " W retched, wretched, thank re." I ve heard that at least one thousand times, aud never knew a deviation bah once. A drummer who used to come ap occasionally from St. Louia got on to it. an*! one day when a dozen of na aal on the stepa of the drug afore Foci* Jerry w a- seen coming up the .street “Isn't that old ( raw ford ?* asked tile drummer, aa he shaded Ilia eyes with his hand. “Yes " “lie's the man who always replies that he’s pretty well, j.raiae God?" "Oh, no. He ia the man who always replies that ho’- wretched, wretched, thank ye." “I may bo mistaken, bat I don't think so ” “Of course you are." “Well, I list# to give in. IU hot fi*JO that when he comes up ami you ask him how he is he ll reply aa I said ” There wore seven of us there, and all »e could raise wa- filii. We handed that out fast enough, however, and it had been covered when Uncle Jerry came along. We were od the grin aa the drummer called out "Hello! Uncle Jerryr “Taae, yasa." "How you feeling?" "Pretty well, praise God!" replied Uncle Jerry, aa he passed on. It was almut twe mum tee before we could get breath, and then the drummer had gone with the stakes. Aq hour later I asked Unrle Jerry what he meant by sack conduct, and he re-pUed: “Took mo all day to learn it, and tha feller gin rare two big dollars. "—.Vein York Sui a. itoiM Mackirol. After cleaning the fish, place it In a fish kettle, Just cover it wtth cold water and a gill of vinegar, or with half water apd half white wine; season with three or four sprigs of parsley, on* of thym*, a bay leaf, one ciovd, one anion, h*1f a carrot, in slices, two cloves of gKrlic, salt, pepper and perhaps a little tarra- B, if the latter la at hand. 8*4 on the and boil gently till dona Dish the fish and serve it warm with a caper or anchor v aves. "Broken English."-Li/a ;

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Publication: Alden Times

Location: Alden, Iowa

Issue Date: August 15, 1890

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