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   Cedar Falls Gazette (Newspaper) - January 28, 1908, Cedar Falls, Iowa                             DR PN MEAD AND SURGEON Cedar Filta All receive prompt attention A TOHNEYATLAW AH business onfost to me wll receive careful attention Suite RusBeilLsmson block Waterloo DR T C STEPHENSON QSTEOPATH Ofllce hours 8 to 12 am i t p m Oilloe and residence Sixth and Main streets Both phones DR H NMS orpioE liouiis 130 to Jail or bv appointment Sunday hours SMiimas tin P O Hendrick Hudson LOVE KL M FULLERTON D D S Set adrift in Hud son bay Ay mut meis ais fate is still a mystery tif the frozen north Office over L O Robinsons store Gedar Falls W HEN a year or so ago a steam boat for traffic ou the Hud son river was Launched with the name Hendrick Hudson the name of the vessel should be J B NEWMAN A TTORNEY AT LAW OBlce over Boehmler Brothers Hardware store corner Main and Third streots McNally block DR CB MILLER TJBNTIST Office over Robinsons Dry Store Cedar i DRS HEARST McALVIN PHYSICIANS AND SURUEONS office over L Of RobinBons Store Hours S to 11 a m i to 4 and 7 to 8 p m Sunday 12 to 1 aesl denoe Dr Hearst 903 street Dr McAl Tin 1315 Main street Both phones W Q PHTSIOIAN AND SURGEON office 2nd T Moraln ore Leader Shoe store Ssrtort Balldlne CEDAR FAJLLS Dray and TransiBrLinE Nevertheless It seems I fitting thrtt the boat be named Hen idrick Instead ot Henry for it was while in the service ol the Dutch East India company that the English uavi gator discovered the great river which hears his name Moreover his own country was so jealous his prowess as ft discoverer for another nation that on his return to the old world Hudson practically impressed Jiuto the British service and was not permitted to enjoy his full reward for the suc cesses achieved by him when he voy aged under the Dutch name of Hen drick Hudson perished misecaWy in the service of British interests This wns when he made his disastrous voyage in search of that long hidden northwest passage wiitch lured so many mariners to defeat or doom and which was final ly discovered by Captain Amund sen nearly three centuries after Hud sons death Hudson sailed Into the vast northern bay which along with tfce gtorfousjjr picturesque river keeps his name on the map of the world mutiny aboard and the For all kiadi of mm Reliable and prompt service is our motto A share of your patronage solicited P H RASKUSSEN Propr 117 Second S tree Both phones Give us e call GOING SOOTH AND WEST Des Kansas City Eip as n m Dee Moines Kaasa Git LXAVK rrOma VOBTH AKD BA3T Fearful and Tragic Experience of Three Aeronauts ONE SAVED AS BY A MIRACLE The Terrific Cold and Peculiar Serisations That Encompassed tha Daring Voyagers at jm Altitude of Over Five Descent One of the most terrific experiences in the history of ballooning was that of tiuce aeronauts who in 1ST5 inaclo an ascension in a largo apd well runile balloon the Zenith In this voyage the object was to reach the greatest possible altitude The balloon rope to a height of 28000 1s nhnnY live and a hair miles from the earth At this point something happeued what no one will ever know since the only surviving balloonist Tissaiidier was at the time insensible But the balloon began a rapid fall and finally struck the ground with such a fright ful that Sivel and CroceSpin nelli were killed instantly while Tis sandiefs life was spared a miracle The account of this voyage Is per haps best told in Tissandiers own1 At 23000 feet we were standing up In the car Sivel who had given up for a moment was reJnvigoratecl GrooeSplnnelli was motionless in front of me I felt stupeOed and frozen 1 to put on my fur gloves But without being conscious of it the ac tion of taking them from my pocket necessitated an effort that I could no longer make I copy verbatim the fol ARTILLERY From the south at daily Pullman Bleeping oars on all nljrht trains DiDlng cars on theOafe plan All train Heated The Llmite electric C J COXNELI City Passenger Agent CEDAR IOWA Time table in eftectNov 10 1907 rains Leave Cedar Falls as Follows No 20 No 32 No No No 10 No 31 No 07 No 83 a m Ohi St Louis Lrr p m St Louis a nj Chicago Pass p m Way Freight NORTlfMOTTND a m Twin CSty a m Twin City p m Rockford Pass p m Wiy Freight I B E IVES Local Ajrent set the great navigator adrift In a Jn the icy waters with his son and a few other adherents The fate of Hudson and hie party Is stIU a mystery of the frozen north For the jseople of the United States Hudsons chief achievement was the discovery of the wonderful river at the mouth of which has grown up the second city of the world in population and the first in commercial impor tance Hendrick Hudson sailed northward around Sandy Hook and catered the river in September 1609 In the Dutch ship Half Moon The explorer spent month studying the stream going up as fir as the site of the cltyof Albany If you want to keep abreast of the iimes in Iowa The Register and Leader s indispensable It has over three hun dred in the state and all the Iowa news of interest Hlier features are able editorils on time ly topics complete markets and iajnoua cartoons The price of The Registered Leader every day except Sunday la per year or for six months New subBcripera paying fur one year will receive The Reg thebalance of tliisyear The publisher of this paper will forward your subscription or ad dress The Register and Leader Co Des M dines lowu Both the daily Register and Leader and the Gazette one year Ju JHL Jtt New I C Tiro Card JPABSENGEJl THA1NB LEAVE CEDAR OOWG BAST i Chicago Limited DallyIJIT a m Xu i Culougo ExprenB 141 p m Tf n 1 Ohearo Impress 740 m 2 bet Dab ex Sun645 n m St Paul Chicago m No Ogasre Cbtoneo a m Ko 422 Albert DuDuqnu express 637 p m GOING WEST Ho I Omaha Limited Dally183 m No I Fort day Expresse45 p ru Ku 6 Mail 885 m Ko Merchandise Dally 906 a m 83 a m 7HATN OOINO SOUTH Fo Mi 8t Paul Limited Dally110 a m Osaee Clipper er Hnn86S p m Son045a m a m FBOM WORTH THE REV IRL R HICKS Almanac and Magazine Should be In every home in the land His weather predic tions canbehad only in his own publica ti o n s No other publisher is permitted to jWiDuiihcm in any form either with or without credit His 1908 Almanac ex cels all former eflitions in beauty and value and sells for 35 cents postpaid His monthly magazine WORD AND WORKS contains his weather fore lowing lines which were written by me although I have no very CUsUuct remembrance of doing so They are traced in ahardly legible manner by a band trembling with coJd My hands are frozen I am all right We all right Kog in the horizon with little rounded cirrM are Croce pants He In oxygen Sivel closes hte eyes also doeea his eyea Sivel throws put ballast Sivel seised his knife and cut successively three cords and tha three bags emptied them selves and we ascended rapidly When Sivel cut away the bags of ballast at the height of about 24000 feet I seemed to remember that he was sitting at the bottom of the car and nearly to the same position as Croce SpinneHl For my part I was in the angle of the car thanks to which sup port I was able to hold up but I aaqn felt too weak even to turn my headw look at my companions This was about p ra At p m 1 awoke for a moment and found the bajlbon rapidly descending I was able to cut away a i bag of ballast to check the speed and wrote in my notebook the following words t We are descending Temperature 3 degrees I throw out ballast Ba rometer 124 Inches We are descend ing Sivel and Croce still faint bptto the car CMHion That Mrf Rack Among the cnrtbelties of artillery odd inventions have a great been raade of the most nnlitely materials Leather was used as early as Henry Vllis day at the Biege of Boulogne The very articles were stored in onoe and Evelyn saw them there inscribed IS on Marti opus ost cui non deficit Mercurins Are they still lyin n some corner of a forgotten lumber room JJho Scotch oinployej Icaiaei guns iu IGiO to batter Coil ways fortifications at Newboume ana Ibey did tliuwork well Describing the fe verish alarm in Paris In 1702 Carlyle says One citizen has wrought out the scheme of a wooden cannon which shall exclusively profit by in the first Instance It is to be made of staves by the coopers oC almost bound less onliher lint unoprtnin ns strength Two Brria71 pieces brought to France by the Siamese ambassadors as pres ents from their king to Louis XIV were the only artillery procurable for the atack ou the j eccentric model no doubt adorned with dragons ana golden inscriptions but efficient workmanship We read of gold cannon in India There were two so de scribed at Baroda in Burtons time to which regular adoration was of fered In fact the tubes wore of steel but the massive gold easing cost For the defense of Malta in the old days the knights a kind of ordnance f their own unknown to all the world says Brydone an eyewitness They followed out the nat ural rocfc here and there in such fnsh ion that the cavity was tike a mortar put a barrel of gunpowder into the hote pfejgged it with a wooden disk eiaetty fitting and heaped miscellane ous projoctties thereupon About fifty of them singular cannon defended ana landing places Some of them were Biz feetvjn diameter and threw1 10000 pojinds weight of iron or gtoaey into the air Doubtless if all went wetl they would do tremendous execution upon an enemy trying to disembark Bat there are eccentricities still more carious oa record In a tomb on the Island of Chinal near Osumacinta Mexico was found a cannon four feet eleven Inches long of terra cotta with terra cotta bullets It is suggested that when Cortes retired after his great flight at Ceutla Tabasco tho na tives copied the Spanish guns In clay hoping to produce tthe same Standard For Infanta and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought As similating tfaeToodandRegula Signatire MssandRestContams neititer A perfect Remedy for Constipa tion Sour S tomachDiarrhoea Worms Convulsions Fcverish oess and Loss OF SLEEP facsimile Signanire of TEW VOHK EXACT COPY OF Hardly had I written these lines when a kind of trembling seized jne and I fell back weakened again There was a violent wind from below up ward denoting a very rapid descent After some minutes I felt myself shaken by the arm and recognized Grocje who had revived Throw out ballast he said to me We are de scending But I could hardly open my eyes and did not Bee whether Si vel was awake I called to mind that Croce unfastened the aspirator which he then tbrcir overboard and he threw out ballast rugs etc At p m opened my eyes again I felt dreadfully giddy and op pressed but gradually came to myself The balloon was descending with frightful speed and making great osclt lations I crept along on my and pulled Sivel and Qroce by the arm Sivel Croce I exclaimed Wake up My two companions were up motionless in the ered by their cloaks I collected oil my strength and endeavored to raise them up SlveJs face was black his eyes dull and his mouth was open and full of blood Croces eyes were half clos ed and Ms mouth was bloody To relate what happened afterward is I ID possible i teit a frightful wind We were still 9700 feet high Thore remained in the car two bags of bal iast which I threw out I was draw ing near the earth I looked for my n JOBS H MTER8 Agent KILL COUGH AND CURE TMK LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery PBICB DVUIC rnn i V f JATi OUJN6TROU8LES casts for each month toother with a vast amount of the best family reading and costs a year one almanac with each subscription Every earthquake and serious storm for 20 years has been predicted by Prcf Hicks Yonv o an not afford to be witaout these pub Urjstions1 Address all errors to THE GAZBTTK Oedur Falls Iowa to cut the small rope which held 6O EXPERIENCE anchor but could not find it I was a raadinan and continued to call Sivel Sivel By good fortune 1 was able to put my hand upon my knife LIKE THE INFERNO i Graphic Description of a Climb Over a Volcanic Uland A climb over a volcanic island in Bering sea is thus described in Outing Magazine by Robert Dunn CHff sank away Into chaos Up right fans of tuff a like salt crusted wounds chasms with leprous all like mad steam but more crinkly arid venomous gasee Parched white and red and ocher in tapir depths they seemed al moet to they did not furtive ambient hlgU pressure Zjssshpooo Was it sound ThenI WouldpauBeaBdcaton onlythe horrid overburdened silence The thing seemed more friendly The sulphur no longer choked You could have passed a burning bunch of matches under my nose and I weqti have gulped the fumes like fresfr ahv But the invisible venom still belched out everywhere secret and furtive now from jaws ami gashes four feet and more across no longer red yellow but with fangs crusted white or bElHiant green and bristling with rapierlike stalagmites Heat trernovs pulsed as the whole were a vast roof too close under the eye the win And below on the blastedacre under the beak tae pant ing steam flashed out the supreme des cMnkery and over parched trailed away its smear of the dull rainbow hues of sulphur from grotesque mosaics It was a pudding of slag fresh from that great furnace of the unknown fusing point and bow alien to the cold waves and winds of the subarctic DJ5EA5ES OF MEN l all cnronle i men i Ihlst men InexWlinens o we fulfill Oaf art Don wUt pun JMSI beouike cure others I no tin coofull he ben Brt dcblinj like othnr or watlfaenn tie Vou tiiufl It cured or 11 will nil rour wboic future Uh OBM cored by our jou 111 no weakaem Siiff Tsiory 01 af loiinStrou for etedr uj UMUIBM Kidney and Bladder Diseasis Piles flupturi Blood Skin Diseases Ulcers Nervous Otlilltv Rtiaufnatism Sfomacli Bowel and Liver Diseases VarisoM Knotted Veins old tecocnlreil Irm of in ol men IB the WIM Our repniinon nr nklll bnnssiy beta rijbt Des MolneVrju can by Inauirw Kdereaci or la ihle CHJ SENfj FOR OUR FREE ll iliitKMA tohnhui dlwupitioo raaulx u tynuia u ai mce II rou cionoi Tbtl ail we nl f COHSUITAT1OH ANO KXA Wll NATION FREE Hun a m p m v i io I ooj v ORS FELLOWS FELLOWS CO 336 WALNUT r OES MOSNES IOWA Silve For Piles aums Stores HfilK feanms aia tJic hair t a luiijinn grmtth Pml8 Jteatorr JCaij Cilcaikjlp the anchor at the right i on of nny mlenude Journal m r roontln Sola bjall f and detach moment The shock on coming to the ground dreadful The balloon seemed as If It wks being flattened 1 thought It going to remain where it had fall en but the wind was high and It was dragged across fields The bodiea of my unfortunate friends were shaken about in the car and I thought every moment they would be jerked out At length however I aetted the TaJve line and rbe gas 0000 escaped from the balloon which lodged against tree Tt 4 oclock On step ping oat I WM Mbed with a fevertah attack anfl Mak down and thought for a nromeot I WM gotnjj to Join my In the worid bat ij came to T founjti the bodies of my friends cold nnd stiff I had them put udder shelter In an vljflcent baru The de scent of tlie Zenith took place on the plains 155 miles from Paris as the crow flies The greatest height at tained In tills ascent Is estimated at 28000 U C Latsow in illn neapolls Journal Brain The brain usually stops growing at about fifty aral from sixty to seventy it Is more likely to decrease It has been related by Ganon MacColl that Mr Gladstones bead was constantly outgrowing his hats As late as the Midlothian campaign when he was nearly seventy he was obliged to have his heaQ remeasured for this reason Canon MaeCblla conclusion that this continual growth of brain contributed to Mr Gladstones perennial youthful appears not Jon Spectator Oratory What am oratory Brudder Jack Brudder Slmmins I wUl elucidate If you says black am wnlte am Jtoolish K yoo black am whKe tike ban poamla on a table wtt fista am oratory an tome people will believe Atlanta Mother an invalid BTmcr what did you do with the oiwnge Neigh bora ifaveyou to give to me yester day Small was too sour tor you mmnraa so 1 put some sugar on It and ate It News It is from the of Joys we have lost that tho arrows of af fliction are CHICAGO GREAT L WINTER TOURIST RATES TO THE SOUTH EAST AND SOUTHWEST DAILY Homeseekers Tickets to the Wefl Southwest territory on sale IS and 3rd Tuesdays Two Cents per mile be tween all stations on the Chicago Great Western Railway and afplf to WESTERN Proper Ventilation of Cars It very important that rail way cars be adequately and properly In sleeping oars especially pure absence ot that i stuffy wiiich i means headache and car sickness All Pullman aleepinf can on like Rock Island are now equipped with the new Garland Car Ventilator most effective device The Rjck Island waa the firtt Western road to install I he ventilator on coaches and is toolay the only line having them ia general use It is just one more point ol advantage in Rock laiaoJ service Our meal GoUoa State United Mr Mountain trmaf typetf tnmul rinitiii la youra to try LM ALLEN Gaal Ifea OOOMOb IMASTUM JOHK G FABMBB GnJ B E ITM Locil Agent Falli Iowa I 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