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   Alden Times (Newspaper) - August 22, 1890, Alden, Iowa                                VOLUME XIII. ALDEN 16WA, FRIDAY, AlKiUST 22, 1890. NUMBER 22. BUSINESSmFT^^ omicAir XiDtrkraW ohobch �fcitteM 2!f'''.9^'*ft rtlfl*) o'olo�li�.m. Boaisr OHOBOH-IUt. J. W, Fornth, Pm�ot. tT^rp. m. dlM* mMtlDC at 10 o-aloek �. m. ooiBTna. RAOIAMT LODOB, No. Mt, A. T. * A. U.. mm mMt In nfalw oommiml  ay* wjleoma.  M._J.- i-naar, 0. O. V. B. rcBBl, K. of a aad & 7j|wac7nrDiiBY, -----Attormr and CaanMlor at law. Prompt attention ffivcntocolleot'OM. OWoo KBT UUar � BroWn'i HUirs, aidea, Uardln UBir. Iowa. o     - � P. PBIBBIB. M. �. d."" K~tlJi�'� Hardwaia -Wot*. T. �. BIOK, I WD � 8(MW*iilp tiokou, and cm brloa -�i lo�*. Tlin a.S!inrtlon bo oftuii tnado.by dcalora In hay as to tlin aniouMt ofjlirliikaKO ]ii Hay III tliolilauk or mow wlinii pVaccir thoro III tlin vo'iiUltlon lii whlch'ltJ!! UHually drawn from tlio lli'ld, aiiggcsloU to thn ohomliit of- tlio Kansas-Bxporl'' mont Station tlio. proprlnty of making soino observations on tlio sglijucl. Accordingly, says till) FiiniMT** Ilcvlcw, tw op|K)rtunity prcsontod, tlilrti'nii samplvs of tiay woro secured for tbo purposii. �Tliq. plan of tliii pxpcrlmcnt was to IIU �a- bag- of-vrnry thin muslin with the Hay whilo It was being liaulod from the fields and to bury It In a mow of bay aad leave It- unllLtbo:whole was coriuliily air dry, wlieii tho bag was to bo weighed and Its per cent, of. loss or gain dotermlncdv; Accompanying this, and as a necessary part oj lilt) experiment, determination was mi^do of thn total amonnt, of water tJtt-th'o hax at the llhTinrAvas liBUledln ALOIN, IOWA. WnXZAM KEATITO. IXalarhi* Heavy and Siieif Hintwari, ; PockituiTililiGitlffi. Tinware ArWoodenware, tha Ureaat and Baaat ikMk e( coot tHE&TIN& STOVES &Bil(6K tatbanarkal KBATIHa, Aldaa. Uwm. CHIGA60, IOWA AND DAKOTA Sliortest, Qnlc][est and Onlf Dlmct Ik BETWKKN ALDEK,   IOWA   FALLS, ELDQBA, AKD CUICAGO, MILWAUraS AJiD ALL EASTEIUI " POISTS. DOMESTIC EGONQMY. HOUSEHOLD    AND    AQRICUL-TURAL TOPICS DISCUSSED. A nu �rul_biltannaUoN lUlaUat to the Farm, Orehard, Stabla, Parlor and Kttchau. : TUB FAR.H. and tbo saniplu taken; and also that ynt contained In It at tbo conclusion of the exporlmontr--------;--^-r-^------� .Tbo tbirtccn samples worn as folUiwHi No. I, blue grass; 3, orchard, grass and clovcrj 4, tnlllotrS. ditto; 0, clover liay; 7,-prairie hay; s. u. lij, 11, 12, and 13, ditto.-The~s8mpl rceiit.; Xo. '-' tO.OS per cent.; Xii. .1. '.P.01 |iiT cent.; No. 4,-04.23 per conu; .Vo. rt, {olovor) showed a gain of 2.17 pir ii'iii. The samples of pralrlfl buy sh'jwcd an average loss of 3 per cent. ' Commenllnit nil ilicse results the re- 'rathorttilii iii-iexturc, and has a flavor when first Kulliered decidedly rnsembling a weak derin'ilon of the plant, and- (t Is ns llUlo liii'iiiiod to grauulato as any otiior boney with which I am,Bcaua|ntcd,. say* a corrcsiiondont Hi tho American BfC-JounuiL L bavo ba�l It remain liquid  year or moro, but It Is not often, that wo caji gci It frco from tnlxturo with otbor bojo^y, bocwiso tjonwet, wild celandine, .wild asters, etc., all bloom About the saino tlino with golden-rod. Iloncy fnTin wild asters will granulate in a virry .�hort time, wliotlicr In the comb or outer It. AbI^t honey, when free from adinlxturOi Is ycry.wlilte-Tl thfiiiribal It Is as while as jineu boney, iiiid, wbeii llrst gathered. It bus a sort ot spliVy floviir, which )s very pleiisaiU, but It disappears after grauiilaHon.' THE STOieK K.tNCII. Nulrillva.Valiis nr fodder Artlole. Fodder articles In one respect nrmmi)i( o added until tbd disb Is prepared. 2. Thai clear boiling water will remove tea stains and many fruit stains. Pour tho water through-ttmataln and thus prevent It spreading oyer tbo^fabrlc. STThal ripo.tomotocs will remove Ink and other stains from white cloth, also from the bands.   - 4. That a teas|>oonful of turpentine' bolltti with while clothes will aid. In the whitening process. � r>. That boiled starch is much Improved by the addition of a little sperm sjilt^rj:um arable dis.solvod. , --r.^_ ' 0. .Thai beeswax and salt will make rusty Hot Irons as cleon and smooth as glass. - TIe.n lump of ticeswttx In-a.-rogn and kenp It for that puriKise. When tho Irons are hot, rub them lirsl witb tbo wax rag. then scour with a paper or C'inth sprinkled with salt. 7. That blue ointment and kerosene mixed In i-ipial |ir(iportl6iis' ami applied 10 the bi'd�lfads an unfallliig bedbug rinirdy, lis ?i loat of whitewash is for tho watW i,tf a lu^.house. tdlVXt 5. That ki'dtfeiie will soften hooU and -hoes that liiivci Iwi'ii hardened by water, and render tliciii as pllabTc a� new. '.1. That kerosene will make tin.lea-kettles as lirlKlit as new. Saturate a wiMileu rag ami rub with It. It will also reiuovi' slaiiis from varnished furniture. - lOr-Tbttl-raMil ruin water and so HD POINTS ON THIS UNE BT TAKISa THIS SHORT MUTE. CONNECTIONS AT ELDORA JUKCTION with the Chicago and Korthwestcrn Hallwoy for Tamt City, Cedar Rapids, ainton; Chicago, ilifwaukee, Dei Molnci, Council BluSi, Ht. Paul, BUnnoapolli and all point* in Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas and the West ELDORA with the Central lowa^ Railway (or pointa Korth and South. IOWA FALLS with tho B., 0. R. & N, andJlUiSols Central Rallwj�y�, for Waterloo, Dubuque7^drt Dbdite and BIoos City. For all Inforation about Freight 01 �M�pj!K5rBalC5..4pply-ta.our4ocal4 Fiiriii Nutca. . --TliK-mannre'it eV'iws Is liellcT'iTiaii that of horsii for giMnTal crop purposes. The ega prmhietlon ot America Is enual In money value to the eiitlr n excellent remedy for scab In sbeoiji '�El)UC.\TioN," says the 7ii(il  education every farmer's boy should get. TncnK are elghli.'t'ii establishments in tbo town of Ilamnioutdwu.'N. .1., (several of"whtch aT.TTUTrt)r-wnmrin-wliero the raising of eliii;kens for broilers Is reduced to-8 science, and made pr.olttable. The chicks are bntclied artltlclally, and raised longer Agent at Eldora, Iowa. JOHN PORTCII,     W. S. PORTIII, , I t'EKD the fattenlim sliee|i Just heavily port says: �lAcei.tiiiK Nos. 1, 'J, 3, and | enough to 1>.. p them Improving steadily. 13._lhe loss li too tntltiiK to be of uio-4.;,,;.i,ii,i to fa.ileullieiu all at once, and 1 ion their apiieiile that tlu-y wyi not eat at all. A SOTl.n Western eiiille breeder says that "brei i!ir.^ have leisseil the time when they ;vlni 1.. lirow steers lirst  and then alien them.'"   They fii'd to  grow  and tttcn all .iloiig the tine. Why 11"! (aKOii lambs for  market in I four moiiili-iusteail of six?    No  more lessthantMs; -^^�^*""1'1-1^"' couiumial litis  way,  n\id. the fariiii'r w..11I1I 1,'el tlie bi'iielllof ijetter prices ill hlivih^ ihis jaiiibs markettible earlier tliau otlier.-. lit: careful of the lioise'^ nioulli. Men wlpp jeik-"llie^/iii:s lie.'iiis'- lliey are too mail 10 be seiisilile ami b'lmaiie. sli^ild have- a bit placed In tlnlr o� n moiithsTiiid ment. .rB'i'cn. in tlevse excepted oa?es Iho shrinkage Is mueli less than many sup-l)0�Oy>Ko. 1 lost )o per cent. This means that a'ion of the hay as hauled In would weigh only l.sisl pounds In tin' winter, and' that If a ton ot this hay weighed 111 mid-winter Is worth S4, the ton weighed at the sauii- time the sample was buried would liave lM>en worth $3.00. This Is wo/th eoii.-lderlng, but In most "cases tlie io5. ome lnulal fellow who these ru-Ml'.s |s. tlwit if llie liay la not would eiijoy glvlni,'pain, obviously uri'eii-and Ill-curi'd no great .S.vwiiuSt makes the eli-aiiest litter for slirlnkage'iieed lie feari'd. ami lliero Is no a horse, and It is re|i.llaiil of Insects, g'reat loss In weight fnuu drying. In I'lli'S will ivji alKiiiiid-ii miieU In a clean case the hay Is coarse or has many large -stiTliJe bedded with fn-b sawdast. and if Stems, grealereare and liiiieaieobvlously 1 i|iii.s;iwdusi is from pine  it  will repel required in iiirliig il." lleas. wliicli are ofti'ii very troulilesomc to liors.js. . �'-UmLaerma of-lioif 4liu!er�-(jnt_liit  tlnh-i ! grounil. Some claim that llwy orlirliiati! In the uTonnd. Al all im uls they will be rmiid there if imtis wiiii cholera are on tie- uTouiid. Then, if a m;ni walkson siieli LTOiind he may carry liie uiyms home t'l his own hogs 011 his feet. - ll'i.sl-crii U'imt. TUE   l"Orl.TltV-V.\KD. UlnU to llou.cknepera. C'l.K.v.v Willie paint witii whiting sprinkled on a nlee,- of damp llanne!. Kk*ii>vk maeiiiiie nil from new mnslin garments by wa>iiliig liie s|)ots In clear, cold water. liil'K tomatoes cut in half and rubbed oil will remove ink. fruit and vegetable stains, from the liii^-ers, as will a cut lemon. S.ivK lea leaves for a few days, steep them for an hour, strain and use the lUiuid to wash variiUbud palut, oU-oloUis and wimlow [lanes.--------------      7     ' Diri'ixo lisii ill scalding water will cause the scales to i-ome i>IT very easily, but if the lisli an> to be salti'd liowii they must on no aicoiinl bi- sealed. You may poiirr, Is silly-about as Illy aalt U tujuppnso that I'pnBroBS ond State Loglslutnres will legislate In thn Interest of farmers when tlnv,|attflr vote the "regular" ticket at each olectioii, without quostlbii. A-COEOimritom has boon Introduced into Soiithorn California which attracts iivqrable.attention, TracUtot^land are liH onOn imair'hdldlhga and appor-ttonad mdng ai body of Immigrants, who, upDsnmiT*), And everythinB ready for i- ii^fir^uiMTuiiriaa'iHifaeiiiAnajor- flkudk^Mmwiod; mora -itkM-two... Uioa-Botw. hurlng-lMw 'plABtMl.wlUi frmd TlneitTttfa-fUtewi: MagUih '   ilaldfV]Cm��iiii�>i^iMHdr silos fur 51.   Ho says:   "lluy four coal-oil barrels at the dnu,' store, burn them out on tho'lnsldo andiake tiie iiead out. Go to the eiover  Held wIh'Ii  tlie s-iiall j -,Iuiie clover is in  bloiun of tli.' T50'irrX'reanrof" iiiilK;' ItiTTrt eggs;" one teospoonfui of soda; inlv soft, roll thin. When tho cookies are cut out sift Kranulated sugo*rt�. To a Republican reporter he makes this atatemont: -I)nav* � a Hood ball town nov antl ^bettsr-ooB noir^oM, bot U poopla won't p�t-ronlio tho c&in� and [( �u aoe no Inducement to Tpipeln here, why-wo ihuat .imOie other er-rasgrmaqti.- -"Wi fieniw^ e'Jorr} to-bo"tir~tCe " bualnoaa lor .pleAtiurn. Tbo p*iopl?t who went th� tonm ar,: In a cfty tbat hii� hail aomo beaa V)nll this year nn lo. trytng lo jD'tuco mo to elo�o a dt^nl 'theb end tharo, I llnnlly told blm that I would civo hlin adeSnlte onuwer Aag. 10. it by tbat time the i>e-plo-btTu axo indl.feront ns to whether or not they b&vt^ any more baiu ball gamea we will oloa� tbo deal by wire. " St. Paul has lost more mono; than aay otlor team in tho aaaoeiatiun, ami wool* -be disbanded were il nol for. tho fact that ns long as ilinnanpolis keeps a team ia tba &el>i St. Paul must do so also. -IHseTidenttbattteit siiUtou tfiore'^iU be a revolution ia baea ball circles  and . lhat the Western nssociatioa will not con-   , lain the cities which oomprise it now, Tile llace for tho I'lnyer** League Tennamt. A Chicago correspondent saya: "Uy the way what a remart:able race tbti Players' Laagne clobs are making Cor tbo penaant. No snob contest hag ever been known ia the history of base ball. Here it is the home itietch sod hra clobs well in tbe race witb almost-eqaal abance of winnlog. As to the final resnlt it is a �uiatlerofoonjee-tnre, I have never thought Boston or Brooklyn coald . win beoaaso the former has not tbe pitchers and the lotiler has hardly the material for a bruising nee at the finish. Badboame ia pitching! wonderful ball for Boston but Kiiroy of whom t deal waa expected haa proven a failare. He has been lucky enoagb to bare his team bit wait in the gamti^ ho bts pitobed bat iQcb lack cannot iuHt always,.ami if the ISoHtoDS strike the (olioggan tbey will go prrtty_faHt. Now_ '\j)rk_.haii ._ly.'j!y)_4)re bairy wfecked by tba loss of Ward and Tiernau. Still I would not *e aarprisad lo see il forgo lo the fronts Its pitches -are getting into good foriu aixi I belierw the bnol strUMglo will lie betwesn Xsw York, Boston and Chicago,, witli Brooklyn -and Philadelphia cloaa up.* ruullry Xulo*. Tp you have any old lieus to sell this season tho probabilities are you will realize as much for them Just now as at any timo. ^ SvsTBBATic work mst. Kaeb would have foar open and tour aoittietina ci%.s.' ^ l�ilii� jteiira-TMltM^^^ Uike Kelly, the famuus baie ball playerv waa last wsak lotmiUgr pi�sented with tka WMOO Bw and let wkjeh-his- frianda^ parekaaed^or blm, at SoUlh~Hini(-tagslker with 3,500 wortB ot aamlftega Aitoise^nearrisgf bitHaid-tabl* aal bowUag allar ore luoladed la Ihs ilrtft.  Aboat IwsnlT-liTe geptlsm- and ^ ladtoa were pmsnt at the hoaie-warmlng^ Z'Sl-l-.�
                            

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