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   Alden Times (Newspaper) - October 3, 1890, Alden, Iowa                                VOLVMEXru. ALDEN IOWA, J^RIDAY, PCTOBKR     1890. NUMBER 2�. IINESS DIRECTORY cmraoHu. f U o'alMk *, toi .Huadkr. Bsliool u ________ jh B�btiaUt-axuiJii�..-jiM.^ ..i>.r�,^p��tof. (AM H. 8. OntTROII-Rmtact ntj tAlOM o'elookm. ProfteblnK entf Bdar. ..SttadM Uoliool at o a. m. avtrr ttM-tjXmtKKKS OnDRCH"8�rTlM� �abbatli �% loa), n'olcxiK-s. m. Baiia*/ tl tttUttMllM�lr uRur uioming: MrTlooi. i'i OHCROir-IloT. J. W. Vannh, P��ior. TMjr UunilarfttU u'oloak a.m.aiul. nil. m. 'Olaaiuitetinc at 10 o'elonk a. m. irr (Mbbila., VV" maatlnu arorr Tuoarlay I TIniradar ataulnii. AKT LODOBr-Mo.-aM, A; P. * A. M.. .Tiii�U�L'�UlK-eomninn! t*d. Vearly �nbiorlit. �lj>Oi, �>�anta. Ilia, V. K. Vurrr. Praaltfiwl; V'AIARNXODOR, No. �*, I. a O.T.-�tMU . �W, Wadnaadar aTjnlfliL, at   I'tlav'a Hall. yiaUliu brbthran ara corfflaUy InTiiixl to at-^mtArJLU. JOM*, Hocrstary. 8IIP80H i GOUSni -DRALmis IN- Grain, Live Stock, -AND- alden, ....... �owa: nOMKSnc ECONOMY.^ TOPICS OF  INTliREST   TO  THE FARMER AND HOUSeWIFE. RTimirTiitnilTili. InrnriimUriH r�r'1Ka~niiw-' ninii, .stiM'Utiinn. riiTiltri*nt*� N'lraon'-tlniin. ikiLtl Kvuo'lHHly (;4>iiii�cto bkuv, C. C. jr. K. 'roainrcK: o( II. aad M....... ...... fjkBjc J. ruiuir, l-KWr ProiBnt�tle"llon ^.^\�'Ilto olle(t�on�. Oflica *v�r VMui� lliv�n'a t iti, Aklun, Hunlln J atip. Iliaii- nri' 11 Vu\ii-li miirr i'xti,iii'�(liiK i:rii|> lliiiii Is iitli:ii iliiiiipht. Ills purlly wlinl. llicy liiki' frdiii Hh' khII, .-im wi'II um llii'Irrni'i'liiinii'iil c-irii'i In li'iivltiK ll lixi ilry. tlnit iinlll!) (In'in for pn-rprilna a KiiiKJ wlicnl wiwIuK. lli'iuiK nro iiKd (icni-riilly �i vi'ry \vi<; liiironu! uxprrt Rlndl(iri.. ll K nil i'xti'lliMil irop j to (:r�w In ori'liaidp, and tho ni-iilnu'ot  tlio piKs'ili waivliof walti:i"<''l cr.ilM'* will I ki't.'p thu ! anil pn'vcnllv4-, niid'T lli  lia|>-liiii'Jiril nii'lliods of lltly years ano li.TS LTOwii lip i.ysl< ni.illc mi llioil.i for till'larc of-loci,. .\ii diH'H not i'an^ half I ill>|Hi!�i-d of.    Whcrn tho |ir(Htiii'cr Ui;- so mticdi for Iniiiiiriil �� In ilir wali'r mIi i- i" > IL/I'it lyr!!. ,a-piuJta�ii_uI-^mii-do/iiii Ions will he preforahlc.    A family hcr-nillk. It N Jiml, Ihth that man nin.Ht j will tnkn a lasi- of tliln h'.'/m wIh'ii it stnp III Htnl liilirfin- lor hi.n own pnii.:<;- I would not a larKi;r one. If shlpiiiii by tluii._ lie ii only IntdrnoUv lnli'.ri:.-.ij:d |n ! i'lpri'si.  whi:n   Ihr-tiC- .small   pui:KaiJt�-� tho (; t: it. in varioM  fnini rouH fnl on �tui(u;int wittpi* rannot Ito rhl of I lie oriKlnal iniiTolxl iTilislIni,' it, ,-viiii M U iiliiiost lin-|t(Hsll)lo to niaki Jl... ki'i'ii will. Iiowivrr xall4Ml. /t'lii'imiftt'iV ilio tniiibln witii siinijiirr-in.'itli' Inittrr. Ix xrranitmf tin- >h(\\l.'r for 'stw'!;. voiiilliitjoii y an lli;::i that U iiflc.n mor-lonkoil, ami yi't Jt is very important for tho liRHltli of till- anlinalt. 'I'lii: Iwit idiiii In to inlly pnivitli' vi:iiiila'.liiii -wdien till'buHriins I'(lilt lip. A?( I'lrliaiiKi' say* yoirr; pU-iwilli tliiimiw "liould Iw pla.;i�i in i'lean, fml ilii!irti'r>. iziM'ii pli-nly of port', lool wutiT to ilrlnlf. and a i|iiantily of filaii-ber !>ftll.s iilulil and inoriiliiK. 1'''':, w-ltli handler to It, uni( larun eiionxli imi that tw-o nidi would liaudUi It, who ire paid li> ;thy Ufty and wurk alowly, and W--iil by Irelsbt, it mleht reach Ms destination .lafely. So tho .'il-/.r1n-Si: directions for t'e* i-jie of jMiultry. ri.^;ii. 'i.'il le- fed reitnlarh', .led .i 'ill no:       ni;vile In ?'>i�d Nhi I lie. feininin� task. The best glove-menders In the world, imfortiinalely for tlilH sonliment, Mrf_jneh, �pnifii'slonBl chive .�-H-er*," who hanille the kid and nis-dle with inethodh-ill dexterity. . A rip Is a I simple matter to I hem; It Is In inenUJiiK i a ll .-11-hr-tbi! kid IhitftlnTyTfliow iiiidr >.k!!l. The �;olor of thn kIovi" Ib eaiefully malehod In Hllk lalfeta or any silk kixkIs of lirm, Il!;ht quality, and In sewintr silk. A pliMte of tin: silk Is rnn on tie- Inshle I arelnlly under tin; rent s en. | A  rip In  the .Mlti-hlllK. . i'd' with a tilt of silk, where ll is [ cni;-ndbya">pi'''lnt strain, UJiil may Is-'        ^^^^^^ f kt-fil   iit-this waj' from-hmtiinK^iiutr    \^;rr,Tri :niiM "ve 1 ill; i-iniit sin- iii.-nm. Till ti(i[~tl(^.r-. DILI'S. ;inlf jesllM*. --Ibi, liii !'* --ulii ( Ik t*; llii-ii I'tils fiitot riini. �Th'- w�'allM-r 1- ptiniilloiis for siii-h Mils: di-ipl-.iys a.�i .tiM.. Is un.HpU'Uiiii^" �1 hen .|-rl.i-.l i.lie Iht. fei-1. in-le-utli llie -(-ul i ri-iiii .slM- iwL aii'I w'JIe*!. ^trry wh,- 'ii Per w)i:il li^'il !.|-(-f(_ . .11. i.C \U- �-li-.ilr sill- lilted. I'ltrii -.iiillirre^l lii- nion-..IT tbi' fl ,'l ii.-,ii fi-1-1 :uiil tlif-lr :.niie�l|i|;. Hut. :ir.-i..11. III.. li^Ktl------ - Till- fi-t-; iii-li iKl 11%, It l.il �;is Jiri pli-M'rl-,'. ' airatn. BETWKKN ; ILDEX,   IOWA   FAI.LS, ELDORA, A.NU (UICAGO, MILWADKI^E ~ A7n� AXX-EISTERH---------- rOLNTS. Y'm, Wlial K^HMi i';irr lukt'tl. AihI linw I i wi.- |- Passengers Gan Save '----    FROM - HOeS TO i srriT-r.il -ipinlnirTi-itnT-trtr?; .vlili niy olw-' -.atlon.   if   Ipj:: iiliolera  ii;i.-� a sneehil s(-ns,,n ,.t  vir.lli-nr.. it iii.;   l)..lweeli  S� ~"mii-hn-Tr:nTn-m:-i.;ili:K;:,...-I t,i;i,w |.-i!i:K;; ��--1 l,i;i,w - .. : hath al! !j;a.--Ji;i~ f4.|- U- .i.mi.V .Jmi ii i< t when {irr^r-'inl"'l.(-i'l!i^ !! u'liizr "ivMm -7 I'm-iple tt-igiii i'nitin-j-ii- -ip ij'nt !4.,-.,lle4; It -tlintthi; iin.i'-i iiiilal.'li- iillin-.-iI,.-. of dl Poultry .li ehnime -l:.. ofloii. Tlio lii--l. .Hill inos' .-vcolli-iit .irliele-of fixKl ;or pi.ellrv is wheal, or p.iniii'd i-orn. - i;'uwliUju;.ti;ii;e-J lwho j. ilav a.i.ii niu:ation: lluw many, human stomai-hs siibji-irii ton '-j-'liikriktiiek" diet for si\ inonihs i-oiild 'CHIS SHORT BOUTE. CONNECTIONS AT 'ii>_'ii ;isl i- xi .-i..,i.;ii riy.- i-ar'y lOILL-IOCmSjriULihtCaiicnso Biul-iJorlUwtiitctti -llailway for Tami Olty, Cedar Kapiihi, Clinton, Chicago. MIfwaukoq, Do� Moines, CoancU Bluiii, St, Paul, lIlDDcapolU and all point* In Dakota, Nebnuka, Kansai and ttao 'West EXCHANGE BOUGHT and SOLD. Cemeiit ELDOBA with tho Central Iowa Railway for points North and South.. IOWA FAILS vith the B, C. R, ft N. and Illinois Oontnil lUtlwayi, for 'V7ater loo,' Dubuque. Kort Dodge and Bious City, For all inforation about Freight oi PaiMoger Hates, apply to our local agenti or-�ddrc�rth�rttcncr�l-Prelghtrmnd Paa-lenger Agent at Eldoni, Iowa. JOHN PORTm, Ocia'l MammQtr, W.�.M>IITtll,  . o.r,am*r.A. PEREUMES^ uwb-PFFtewMai ibiMISSAN'S KWltidi suddenly to- i-\<-i�!slv,.j.rpen porn wltliout di'at.hly rnvolf.' Yet. il Is Jii.sl this rudlcul elmii'ilo that half Ihehou-i In ihii country iiliU^t rtidiiri: in tho ne\t. sIk �irtM�k�i -1- ftin^dnlly' lmss^Il5f-fl-*�ldl^lt!lf� feed lot lionlnlnlnx sonm sivly In-ad of hoKH and HJioat.s. Illsonned by a kihmI {armor, an llin world noi-.s, but ho Is built on tho itlioi-thurn plan and can seo no miirlt In auytlituR bitli i-attle. Tiitsiot I.s barnm of K)iiido and an froe uf icrass ns tlinxoloof my HliocUof hnlr. A IninKh fud from tho ovnrtlnw uf a tank dcdlcni^d to tho ittoro favoriHl mock, furnlslnis .in lril<:rinnt�m' SViitiV'TSWd riitTilJsiijipIy: Dry car com twlco u day Is thn diet. X uxiMiol to !�;� cut np Rrneii f^irn tftko thn lijncoof tbodry uoro. Tlin sudden transition "of ono to tliii ollujr nmy not causo pcsillEiicu^awI3tSlB;r.but-iwlca-lii^^ past six yuan) "uholora" has swopt this ling lot shortly after ffTooit corn dlntrwair tntrodiiticd. Now thiiuutvtbod of-feotllnit niid iMiriiiff (ur hui^i* is not atallttlngular. U I* tho riili! or al icant thu ouHtom on many farms. '� .1 have no dinibt at nil but muoli- probably no por ooiit-of tho cliulurn of Uiu fall and winter t^nsou is duo to this rt'cklcss fm'jilntf., Is green food Injurious? yon nay ask. Not at all wlion Judiciously usijd. ' I oiidor.so all that Is dlalmed In hnlialf of tbo sfuslblo uso of 'l'!;.- �,olll|-.{ c!�ii . .-1.1 MoV.-i ItllUi _t*il.'..;-i: tin--.- .lil -ire h lir-..-il. V-..i^ -lll^-lo-n^ �'arK   .mil  of*: ll   M: :1 old.' \'. :i.:endrd r..r :i,.ir .. 1)1' 'i.ri-ed ami m.u-l.-spriiiT i'ldckeiis iia*. Ii  tabi. without, any evtra fatr-nlii^. ill r.ilsluif fowls for .imrket, ;i.s j .-nU-. -tilt:   1 liielrs   sliiil|lil   ll..   I  .re;id>. certaitily as simih as ttiey ii.-ive attained full sl/.e, .-istlion betUtr pr!'ari-k'eiM-riHy procured   than  later in  th s�. asi'ii. ._________________________ lltr. VMIKKT. roiillry costs les, t.) prmlneo l|i:i;i Is'.-i', and brings a higher averaxe prlie. Kow Is and ckus aj-o always In di-mand. Ill prcpariliR (Mioltry fiir market dress as nli-ly as [Hisslble. For senldliiK poultry, t!n>. wati'r slionlil )h- iis near tlu'WiiliiiK as |m>s  till- liini Uiliit; le-ld by the bpad-3Tid leirv should Iw ini-nierseil and lifted up and down In water till-.....tlme.'l; this inakeH pleklriK ea-sy. .^(ost of the iionliry sold Is wet pk-keil, and siieh Is Runorally preferred, r. JuJireB(�rIiii{-:friJzi5rin�JuItry- for : llii^ lat.' tiiarkut, dry pick tlu: poultry. a� it -will kisip loiiKor, hold Itji cjilor belter. jhhJ-e�?imtands hotter prices; llift head 8liould be left on, as il looks hetier. .^.:vii-::i �: in a te;LiiioiinIiil ol' niuia--,.si..s, ;nid i.^iyi.: ;r, uiii-i-. r,-j,i-al ilie do--- a- "fii-ii  .1^ � le , iir,. Il i-, very iiMi^i niiiL'" aiid 1 -ilieaeliiiis. [  .'I'iii; way to i-,ui p'-arl.i-s I- to liiiv I l>.-iile ol   lioillii;;   w;iler'and aiKiilii-r ii( |s\i-i;|i,   inailr   i(iiiie   rich.     Ilrop  tie' j pi-ai-hes iiiiii the wii't^'r iiinl lit tliein li..il ! -.ii'ii Jii-l t.'iiil, r w-le-u lift them "111 '.villi Aiitl--rmon llni^-u ___Wil h itdtclil ;.ml 'ualti. V,. ;-'r,'i.i'-'1if. fVi;;i;e,l aiiit ^u-,"!!rrVsl, I tirlitlil t-lii- tliM-e hul Till- iliMirvin,* at. It- i Tt'l :i-.:aiii iui-li.'llettHt. \iiil thiTi-. ll.... iLeii lliitl l.ik.v eiuii of ful s;.i I'll I'm- i-lialr li'-r liiiUer. \ml .^imkMl ll*' lii-r hair ^llll ii'.-kisl iIm- i-liiili. .\- r.-iit h'.-. hi-lin :i-.uiiit*-t. rhi-ll Iti-iiiiK-il -le- llit-Mi rftf-oms I i.'-Wnt.l-il--..-.-IM-    ------ ..... -I 111 nl-.:lit- \v<-ri- lo lii-r millon. � -le- ttii'io.'til lliul her Iim-t, Will' �ll1J-. alill llnr-.' H( I ...m' ,v..it. :;ii in:; riKitlim, S.iUi -h. ; ( III. fin ;:!:iit f-'ii' .li.lin U I..4.11. .Vi.'l I kiii'ii uhat nlll |il . Iiltii -.--n.-li '.ii,i:li'l-- 11-- 111.-.-�� t n1,- u.,.vi ll ).i 1. ii.,. .1. --.111!'! � .' i'l !!i.- .1:11 -:ili-i"-e nil.,." .|..:i. .i .:.,:.I, It''. :, . .trhTTTiTT tie* mM-ni'- irtTTTiTTi.- I '..1 -\VJ.=.lit  tl'.t .lolili -nr vT-t irpt-ll----------  ......   - I" .:r .l.-liii ri-.i;.. ���.i 1.. i/.T.-iK- s -i wire sjHHin illi�t�r'm^tiem�l^t^^+hT j ;:;'! It lio w nil (111. -lear >v'.-i;ii anil -'iil 11 W :; '�i ll i. t-li.-e. .1 it" li lu r:il�- Ol ii'-liiti;;. w     I in ll in .- > eainmon senM�. foods Is ilu) praotlcal and sato way, and ,, ,,,, T,i,i,. ,,rpf,.rre.i u In (bttuglng ovr U>grngn coraJKaraJa. '^"^ i>r<-f'-rred is used thn fall casos of <)holor� wIII^oT^'"'" fovrorthau liorolbtoro.   If ^utnod from other grpon feed to grtjon corn thuro nood not bo. go much- eahi used, but In all ithSIi^dl 6f. diul  Huddon   and radical moMiiroH should bo avoided. I^U9 Ifater ftir tUtgf. -^Afc^t)il�;��i�ou u( thi<7 l. of nercy that will enable thcni Ui iK-rforni lii-'lr nalnrll functions. Haranllnc lloiiry... Kvirry producor .should Interview his custoimirs, aud ascjirtuin tint Mio ho profers tho hmioy to bu In, ami wbothnr lio iirefnm comb or oxlractnd. Thu editor of UlMnlnys ill }lee Culture Islnly iii-torvlnwed tUn c.oininlssion f~�,i 1,.., 11.. -1....... 1.. .,>... I -�..ii   Mirviowcu luii c.oininissiun men of Ittrat* A  �rrn'lln'nTebiin^o tho  sUO  of  SlUtloU   tllO   trado   p�fe.r. Sk^^^^ �T'hrtrTqpllorRltDW,--almiSl-iiuTfii^^^^ n trlllo le.'�s a pound; pruforrlng It to wuiKh fif-teon to Kovontuou ounces, as rnlallurs soli by ihu. piece, and buy by- weight. " Stanoaud Sir.R,-Tho sixn dotornilnod iUChUH.  As this- no iltiubl will be thn standard,.!^ wjll �avu a groiit dual of --|-'WattdirqtBP�rjt" If all adopt it. Ship^ -pltig i'itgwi Mid eratt's for- liuUlhig tlona ou.tt|0,iiivas,^'ti^ll boinanurauturud rttrinrtt ihl�,"^ftnd-^htin xMld 8l�o� aro ordnrod,- dOl;iys,-wt1l uiicossartry. eusuo, which mlglil; paiiso tlio proiliicor to \ei�o. hia whole ^rop. X would pivfor a �H-Uon that woiililliojil jiiil. Its nr'of � nnn -pttmui |-��-po�Uilfl,.;iI<�loliJLlBlDryiDWQdL*Je�^^ era, who ^irlVQjto do � airvlght bualnosa, ud that ji� wliwt th�y prefer.   Another QUO of tii(): ajtttdu unlnr prtfArrvd Ilg1  I'nddlUK........ Oni' anil oniv-lialf cups of su^ar, one Clip of rice, a piece of butter half the si/i' of un eug, jMit In u two-quArt ba.sln, anil 111! the baslu with kooop� of "Xha BaUlaoi ^^-A-IHHi^ftoldTjtTroimutton, or IkhIi. .i loun ago tma Engliahman found thattt slieeorimnior.saltiKirk, asiuulliiiiirntlty ; wooltnio necewitiry for him talake^ of hn-ad crumbs, a Uitlo parseloy (If you | trip to Amerioa. '^'i'''H^**r''"''"i" '"'^:I.'".VM - I aui.poao you wUl vi�it Kiagan-Sand add set^nliiK fo toale, a llttlu-! . ^ 'melted buttacantt an egg well h Bt4t|i.-| .XakDJUtMilnspo ihi> inittuws drcdgt) It 111 d(mr rtnd m�ke It Into a ball, wlilcufry aq'tJilvkbrirwu.. This Is a doul way of gutting rht of cold meat and t� a iilfcebroakfiiiKljiJIsU, FaUs?'saidairJ6n�l. "Oh, uo,*lier�)5Iiegr innocently, "I IJiaviraoen iiiai in Lonuon?^. > Oak i| ba aiUd that a yotui| heartlasa {nailiManse he.liaagiyaii heart to a baaatilnl vnSitl   

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