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   Alden Times (Newspaper) - October 31, 1890, Alden, Iowa                                VOLUME XIII ALDEN IOWA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER Ul, 1890. NUMBER 32. D03rEaiC ECON(i^IY. HOUSBHOtD    AND    AQRICUL-TURAL TOPICS DISCUSSED. / " ^^SfrlESS PIRE9TORY rOHPBOHKgr : CONOailOATION&IiOHUmaK-BmlMiauh Ik^lwlh M U e'alook a. Aia^kr Hduai M lira. HartioMMch Sabbath Tudnc Iter. J, a. wmw. J>.D.. pMlor. . QKIIMAN K. B. ORUBOa-RmteM my . nndar tlOMo'aloaka.m. rnaohlnt aTtry thar Bnodajr. ftandaT Hoheel at 9 a, m. ararr BnndaT, Prarar maatlu aTary TbonaayaTaB* JngatTo'olooJt^^____ OKItVAN IiirrHEnitN onnROR-Sarrleai arory Babbath at \nai o'olook a. m. Buo'lay �ohool Imnmltatalraltir morning i�rirliiiii.-_. II. B. Ononon-IViT. J. W. Fornyth, Paitor. BarvloiH avery Handay at 11 o'clock a. m. and at ff:3a ii. m. cUtamtatlng at 10 o'clock a. m. .aTpry Habbith. Prayar mMtlng rery TuMilay -and Tburiday �Tcnlnj(i. ----------------lOOIETIES. -BADIANT WDOB, N*. 8W, ATff.a A. M.. -wUl mlitt In neular cominiinlnjiirn ou the Prl--day ovenlnf on or baroia tmr roll moon, at fit aonlo Haiti Aldcn, Iowa. Vltttlnx brttltrnn ara -cordially tnrltad to attand. B. L. FUroo W. U.; - U. W. Cr^'"� ------     , =^-- ATiTlllVT.IBnAnT ANP BEADINO HOOK In Bapnoad Bolldlng. Open arary day and ^TfluInK, Bunlay otoantod. Tearly ubtcrit). Uooa, i i eanta. llic< V, K. Fnrry, Frctidcnt; MlHliOtUa Taylor, 8�sratary. AliDKN MDQB, No. VA I. O. O. P.-Mmda -aiary Wadnitidar-avanlng at- Wltyil' UalbH Vlnltlna bnthrm arc cordially Inrltcd to attand. It.    Jan�, Hooratary. ' AliDBK MDOE. No. 103. A. 6. V. W.-Uaata i|.\, i:iij|t, uikI so on. Ill riiia, tlin priiicipb's wlilcb Iium' so siniplilbMl Ibc matter of lliiillng people In cllli'it are to bn (ipplliHl to Ibn rural dl.mrlcw. Hncli a plsn will (trcatly liclp tbe maUei' oLliik-. i.nr{ sti\llslli:s of any sort and will be a Rrcitt stnp townrdjii country poslHl delivery system siicb 'as already �\isw In Kiigbiiid and on lliccniitlneiil ^ABK J. ruiuir, Attornay and ConnM'lo'r at taw. Yromot attantlun (rl\cntoc^ to a rl.sn of ({round willi a wir / J^'^ till) otber side of It, Inrn aloiiK  iiiilil  be. sii s li biz \ pusturc and lliu!! ask llie first man mei:lH where to (jo ne\l.   All ibat be baa tr>vkii"\v Is, that tbe liinini- be 1= after |5 lliAjf aro lean tlni diet of Ibn miW hIiouUI Im Incrpnned, but if tliey am ijellliiK fat thn fpod sbnnlil bn lirld back frimi thom and Iho. brood now. ......___ 'I'bn Indlviiliial pixA sliunbl also be walclied. ,Soni(! will be weaker Ibaii olbnrH, and llnty will not ^et tbeir sbarn of food from tin; suw. 'J'liey need special lond  4ICIIOi,L*._ fiilltiHry t'oiiiiHol- Farm STiI.'n. IIoiisKH nuu' be wintered prnlitablj un clover hay and cum meal. WiiK.NKvnii a horse it worked or driven to exbausllon or anywhere mar ii. the milmal Is in the yery best iiu.-ible coniii-"tToil to lio ailai'k.-d with diM'iise. A   Dki.awaiik County.   New  Vurk, dairy fanner ba=R l-.ci:ar-o!d bull wbbii be Uec|is busy, and so oiilot nii^ciilef. by putting litm to work in a linrw;Tinwcr I' trf a d urtltFirmHna^klHiHHwiio tln> itiiacur^ Tug tor tireTsTaTdrairnelTn--  It soefi'is timi S^inkl'i' farmers ijei caught soineliiiies. The following Warning tells tbe story. .Several Connecticut fnriiier.s  base been  up against a new gmnc, saya-tbii-fliwrltiHb-trtiUti'olor......A- inati come.s around and writes a harmless lookliig agreement with one end of a doublo foiiniaiii pen and gets his vii-iini III, and (Minted tlin milk  with water, to i;;o grcc.s. Measiireil the cream lines at llritt and then wcigheil the Initter. 1 found tlial tlic lirst cream line-say two or three tiuiirs afier netting in deep cans -would ^lirlnU aiHiUl i|iiarler of an inch InCwoIve lieiirs. Tliat is. it Wmild not measure as mm h at twelve hours after settlni; as Li wuuld at two or three hours In some iiiManccs. Su I uuil the jucas-iircmcnls uf ereiiiu and went to the butter stjjili - fur n'l'ili'. TbeseevpiTlments werui aliei iKiii .1 �iveral iimes before 4-lbiftl-4 : I. The oiily ad\.i;'.la;:e in u-Ilu: ice is' tliatil keeps ilii. iMlli.euul and liiln bwiR-cr. ami nITonis a lonttcr period fur cream lo risi- in, before ibetnirn t).~rmnrs too tliick for till- cream tu ri-e. �J. The skim-milk,' where be is used, V"!|e'r for 't.V:-i'' h-j'^ fe. diiiK pVir-Iiose*: and'for mai.iii'.; skim cheese tiian dlluled milk. i-Xliere Is mi aiUania'ic lir warming TrnTk-^aboTirilieTu hlul  llie~Iiiniri7ll7:Tnid7 rurfr>ite,j meal il Is often better to use fat of lt;i kind, sinii as beet fat for beef, etc., bill Tor some other pur|)os�s it is "not only more eionomica!, bul moro eiirlcbln;; tiiihe snbslauee fried, lo use irj inixliire- of-fats. In frying duuKlinnts, for instance, . or fritters, for which usually tlie best of lard la taken, if a mixture ot all kinds of nicely ki'iit fats tir-i-di --Veil-InWndlnir-that-of-mntton; the cakes will be found much richer, and more "savory itian wiieii fried In |iunj lard. .Sonu' kinds of lisb can also bo fried Willi mlxisl fats, and the result be good. n frylni! uv-ilers at one time, a deiirtli of lard licini; di�i uveriil. the amateur co.il; concliiileil. ralber than lii.-e the feast, to try suine mixed fat she liad on band, wiiieh eoii-i>leil of odtt i|tiantlties of beef, mntioe. ham fat. andiard. To the siiipri>e of the partakers, llie. oysters pruked tu be uniisally gowl, On tlie scL'iinil ui-eu^iun.piire lard was useil, a^ lieretufure,  witli expei-tntloii  tlio qtinstion of    - -tliu future permannntseni of the Oov-- orninont, that lie Htrongly urgod -itu claims. . When 111,, mntter was voted on tho-Jsortliern and ilu.stem hjtatcH willi Dola-ware  voteil Hulidly for GoruiantoWD, while tlieHuulhern Htatea opposed it. _  ______ Mr. Madisun broiiglit forward an an arguiuont asoin.sl it", llmt "land in Gor- -mnutown-��>niinrtii>lftd-tin-ctiormotiw---- price, of S20U per acre," and itrgnd tUat lliOiiUU'.lio'n sliiiuld b'.'. delayed .until ne.xt term, that ' the "oyo of America Hhould lie allowed lo contoinplnto tbli town before it became tbo ttced abode of the nation." In Hpilo of this protost, however, tbo bill paused the Senate, ayat ten, nnya aevon. It was then taken to tho House and alter n tierce debate pasBcd there, nycH thirty-ouo, iinys twenty-four, with an ninondment, which carried tbo bill back to tho Honate. It Is slated that the member in charge tif tbe bill in till' Senate v^a^ . invited to jLLiLvn ai;e._niade s^_ wTijcli the meat taken from the pan, ' fat is piiiired olf except a minute withxvhich the ngrcpmcnt Is wrltli-n aooii fndt>s mva-rcompbiely. -The slgiia-tureTlik hotd-rlrs rnlor."and rmnpvnmimd by ami by at the boltuiu o( a note Ibn iibarp  much scientllie knowledge as |Mi.-nible n.iist be at command.   Hooks o;i farming, gar-' dening,  horses, rattle,   sheep,   bugs, ' poultry, soils, fertlll/.ers, etc., nnisi be ^ thoroughly studied.   .Sncli positions aro i honorable,-(irolilablp and hlglilj respi.ct-j ablo.   Here Is u chance fur many a man to (C��t out of bis "depressUnr"   l.et blni^'. obtain a pbJdllonuiiU sell out bis nnprof-1 itabln farm. TUiS I'lUUKItV. JOHN IfOKVtn, 0*m'l Mmmuger. W.S.PORTHI, 0.r.mmdr.A. ^PERFUMES* LANDOPIILOWBRSI CMlMUm Mate a nrtMtr. nnpriiT uni hfq JllUlliUiJlllw r.. Ibere Is no advan.ta-'c to me in raiding tbo crenin In one or two hours, as llie cows are not ri-ady to lie milked before ten or twelve hours. .My cows are ail  reui-lcred .lerseys. oneself to such a pos|iiun, which alwnvs I Jii"'fed on cuttun meal in addition navs  well, savs the tlerniuiilowii  Tc(V. i I" �;""d pasture in siinimer and liay and grc iM rve and barley feirt of ilie winter. After all tin i|uantlty. Iloiling water is llnui iioured Into the |iaii. �.iilUeietii in (luaniity tu a little niore iliaii luver tie- liuttuin uf the meat-dlsli. Tlie water liunid be imnle to How b:ick-aud.iurward(jvcr.tbc uau-towa.sh oil the jiiices draw-,1 from tiie meat, wbleb dry on tbe pan during the cooking priiiM'ss. If it will not dissolve it should be scraped with a  siifMin or Tli� llrnml Kowa. DIscaso of pigs can   Treiiiienfly   bo' traced- baelrTorttiir hrood-umvT I'^onii t h n t:; may not affect the health ot thi' sow .very, materially iiiay_be the means of' klllluR-tho young Kuckllng plg.s, or at least (if implanting Into tbclr >.ystem ] germs which In the course of time will develop and Injure their heulth and con-! Koqueiit growth.   The brood sow Is In such iibor liealtH that the siicUIiiig pigs; soon make such a heavy drain on her I syslom that the inilkbecomeH iMior,' weak and unwhulpsume. I,ackliig nuurlKliinent tbo sucklings never attain a strong, vig-1 mntya Bmwlb. 'rherefiire. Ihe sow sliinibL' - -'-TiiK :vr: irtv ISi-e .Nules. Tin: sclenellie maiiaiienieni. of bees, ami lie- use of tbe liuney-ixtraelur. maki; e\tr:ii'ied honey i^oabiimlant ttial all may ll>e il, Husky Is one uf Natnre's jinrcst sweei.s, valuable Imth as fiHid and medl-(inc. It has always been estlmatcil a lllM.rv-Uut fiioil of kiliirs- i.nil.II In small liuanliiies with ollii-r fiHid it is vci\y �loiiri-iiliig, and favors the cui'cr"oriilil-monary diseases and colds. A ni-i:-r.i.NK la freiiiiently spoken nf, and Its origin no doubt can be traced lo -tliebccttliemselvei; as they _ur!i-J'ury strop;;, and can (ly very fast and torn liini.' lime without taking a re.-.i. Tlieir eyes ar-Liuado to see a great distance, and. wiieh nwny from thilr liabitallons tbey muiiiit U|i in the air ui.lil tliey see the iilaee when'the hives ai-e situated, and I hen lly toward it In ii .straight line with great velocity: lieuce tbe shortest Ijiiu liilwven two given points is often referred to as a 'liee-linc.'"-.Imci'.'ciin Hi:c .yiMiniul. 1)11. SoiiTiiAiii). ot Knlama/.ou. one of the IniglUi'st und im>;i! expert bcc-kccpi lioii u|), and |Hiiir It over the meat, already plaied In the dish for the table. If much fat Is lefi after frying imat, or from donviinuts. etc.. it may be cleari''d ii|> bv bulling Trlri~wntpr. and straining water and fat together Into a vessel iii e k�rp,rii. To oiivi.iTK Iho shiny iiiipearance silk, sponge with itnsweotenetl gin. To nAN'l.iil red ants from the pantries, strew-wholn cloves around tho slielTT^.-Tlie same Is vAm> considered a good moth extoniilnator. To IIEXIOVE apotji on velvet, Iho trimming must be unpicked on one side, and put oVer hot water to steam: thuu'brusU up the nap. \V,llKN washing fine, wh|tn flannels, odd a tablespuonfiil of pulverized borax to a pulltui of wal>;�y(irto^^i^lt. U|� wtfo lo *-^-- - ly^tOy ^liiiuyVdo^^tur cldor^nor anyllUng o( tbo kintiv but-^ the cotimimpllon of nitrogen from bi'oAiroiMl or tlottting pollen. Wolli-ripened btickwhoiit honey II a* good atores.for wlvtor as any In thu wtwld.- TMB KIXCMKS. (iama ol Kolled Miila, Soak two cups of rolled oats for five hours (or over night) in cups of sour milk. Add auo U-asiioonful (levol) of soda, one teaspoonful ot salt, ouo-half teacupful of light-bruwn sugar, one tea-cupful ot sifted flour, and two well-beaten eggN In the order givon, tho soda dlSHOlvcd In a little water.   Bake lo hot. for twcntyHve^nilnutes. TllR (� oann�'"thl� Umo,-l latUan Ma filer; neit, add Bve tteacuptula �( boiling water, ttlrring atoadily. Place over the Uro in a amooth Iron kettle; atlr atoadily until It begins to hubble, cover tightly, plaeo on back o( itovo to bubble atomllly (of-nn htmr.- "Tfat�lr-ir-gfwi�-lui|ii9V�nent upon the ledloua pn)ce�a> o(atftlng Um> meal through tbo Ungera. J-------------th thii grnnloii L-no,d>ngbr of-lUidi meal (or M>B flUMitity. ....."*..... -"piisvmr bat forever removetl lovo's opportunity. It Is so little wo cun really do for on�; another in tbo march uf life. We are all nuder marcbiiig orders^ and Itaro burdens to carry. Thore ts no halt^for noonday dreams upr^twilight rest It is stop, atop, step-right onward thronglrdnstaiid'Wii'iinmi]>lttce, XvilTT-out music or banners or pro.sent glory, and yet to each soldier baa been given a canlocn full of never-failing water, a cup of which we may proffer i\-jtb no fear of a diminished store all tlio wa; through to tbe end of the long maroU to-the HOti. la our comrade discouraged * Do his Icet fail and bis bauds grow heiivy ? A cheering word, a, loving service, a friendly suggestion', 'bom of tho desiro to help and encuarage, will r�vive him4tko sjiarkliDg water; in tho dodort beat tsiioh things cost nothing, but not all tho gold and diamonds you could pack into your Ixindle would match them for solace on the |oDg and dusly luarcib that stretches .for each one uf ua biDiJweeu.thoxradle luid tho graver ' ^Toniiiiy'ii Hull Answ�c, "Father," said tho minister's youngeHt boy, "Tommy ,7onos sava that he don't -believe what you told oa in Sabbath . sidiuul lant Sunday, Yoa know that you said that u soft' itnawer wonld tnro-away wrath. Tommy says that shortly after be got boiun from Sunduy-schiKil bis father got fearful mad at bim jiisl because he was chasing lineol tfaivoows, -and-be-gfabbed-iit^arbig slink and for poor Tommy like a whirlwind lu give liim a thumping. Of oourse Tommy imt slicka and run for dear life. But the old man was after him like a locomotive. Just as tbey were going through a tomato field the old man yelled: 'Tommy, when are yoa going to atoprooning, von rasoul?' " myjjtvo. bim a nuit tuiswiar.?* ~^u�, air," replied tha boy. "Tommy said that jnst aa tbo old man yelled at him he hanjHinod to lUiijk of what you had said 4kboat a soft answer, and. Rtoops ing down he (tniukly pioke�l up the Mu(t> est toiuatb that be ounid 'find, and juat' as tbe old gaut came up ho lot blot have Upliimp between the oyei.  But Turn-imy.)*IIXlLibatJllfiM!(tAiui�iiiLdiiln!ittar�.-rih� olrtman's wrathaway lor a cent. -It? nytbitiK he waa otbo madder (ban lH>>a foru; and he w^ialed i>
                            

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