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   Des Moines Gazette (Newspaper) - February 13, 1902, Des Moines, Iowa                                Dont Forget Advertisers have free access to Sur subscription list ana should emaiid the same Iroin any other paper before placing Ibefr busi VOL 5 NO 51 DBS MOINES IOWA THURSDAY FEBRUARY 13 1902 WHOLE NO 312 xtSSite Editor runners Tribune Kcplyiug to your request that I write an ar ti the resoicfs of the state other than afriuultiiral Gladly would 1 write of our coal de posits our mannfacliiriiif industries and our mercantile institutions in all of which our people feel a jiist pride but I submit only a few facts to which 1 per cent IH waste land It conui cut into more than farmsc containing acres of arahle li and less than an acre of waste li It would afford two for each fnmily of seven JUTSus in tin UnileU State It M the people of the fflohe with four woman ami child Of this prcat bnv of land about411 per cent is annually devoted to tlie production of the com mon cereals In this 10 per cent produced over ifldllDllddO Ini corn bushels of i busnels of barley and Lnonoon bush els of rye II would require iOOOdol cars to handle this product Iowa runks lirst in the sisterhood of states in the production of both corn and barley fiflh in rye mill seventh In wlivat She tfinws of the natitws prtMlwvl of barley K per cent of its on Is and 14 12 per cent of its corn She produced last year over five tons of grain for each man woman nnd child in the stale This 40 per eent of the iiind of our state roduccd mi child e Millie more r ca HI tl ilav ent n pi Lll 111 e UH of to s of foou led SUtsa istaiu f cattle fallen and of cattle exebt can vrace of thor and feed f s if 1G per i n mane tec prodiee of railr sport it it mil v nl req ight ut Io tile ruth which is i the hogs of whose inbv mat of of her stale of eight each of inids tn the Teeth Teeth EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN BY THE NEW YORK DENTISTS J If vmi Imve teeth that cannot be wived have them out fir bai teeth are ihe caucof all stomich miuhkK our original vtcan save eetb that other dentils iiavv dared Our plalinnm lilliu everything fur bad teeth Crown and Bridge Work Our Specialty REMEMBER MBER I OPEN SUNDAYS AND IsVIRY OUR NUAIBER 520 Walnut Street EVENING PROM 7 TO s and we would have after feed ing all necessary Minil prodnet of Iowa can he niisiimed byTf pe forming larffo portions into such luxuries a Iowa beef pork and poultry and inio such delicacies at Iowa uiilk nn1 butter The lands of Imva are now so used 000 bushels of the rdinary heretofore referred to but in addi I ion jjrow 11OOIHId hushds of flax si td MOOOddO bushels f potatoes and 700000 bitslitIs o other vege tables llinoOOO hnshels of apples and busliLSs nf olhur tree fruits pounds of grapes fruit TJOOOOOO tons of hay mid we the product of which 000000 annual Iu the luiie stuck Iowa stands lirstin the United Slates and is now the leading draft liorse state and has mort draft othei iJT horses in the state more ffood horses ti auv other state Iowa has um breeders of pure hved if all the pure bred tlrrtfnn unclhird of all the ore Shorthorn tat ir The total of luwi farm lid Ihe value of aniuials as WGlOOOonn Upon such a foiin ilion of fertility of soil of aprltMil plishrd in the who have made fortu DmiiiEss TREATMENT Everyone knows that there arc inniiv kiiula of diseases disorders nnd habits that drugs do not and cannot cure Everyone is wondering if there is not some meant to nlieve the af flicted who not helped by medi cine Most everyone knows that there IE somewhere a remedy for every ill that flesh is heir to Everyone ie plad to know that an institute in charge of a skilled and experienced physician lias been opened for treatments without ilrurs The latest improved ecientilic methods are em ployed Nearly every case can be cured or jjrcntly benefited even thonoh clrtif treatment has failed People who nre tired of nwnllnwin drujrs or doping themselves with pome patent medicine for some ailment which drills do not curewill do well to Iliink this over ELECTRICITY is the quickest and most powerful remedy known It is used in forms of current from complicated and expensive apparatus It reaches and cures almost every known form of disease It requires ihe training and experience of a skill ed physician to produce ihe highest any Eye Ear or Throat Disease for Spectacles to fit your j consultation c see dogre of success Anyone can use ed bv far for ial there tobacco liquor mid morphine habit f abuse and oOi horns than any olher Mat and has a higher per ce of tlmn a pure bred iallowav cattle be disj thtin mv other state prcjiulirinthe interests ol the pro or using drills bill they livelsewhere thaitl An export halt cry So can anyone of medicine lint it is only one with n Ihornufrh medical education who can properly prescribe powerful med I cure rheumatism iiulijes liou eonstiuatinu fliarrhoca blad der troubles sluu diseases enlarged prostrate Btricture piles feinak1 weakncES painful icriods monthly irregnlarilies and remove superfluous hair birth marks moles tumors etc from face or body All nervous dis orders nervous prostration head ache neuralgia Sciatic paralysis etc are cured or greatly helped by elec trical treatment J permanently evirc sleeplessness stammering nail biting bed wetting false pains and take ladies through th and see for yourself or write Dressing Poultry for Shipment In the poultry industry us in every other attractive marketing is an im portant feature and me too ft Icar Oes Moincs Iowa tf of the bird A strong which how v ever should not encircle the txjilv hi may be ued to keep them in pbiee As soon as the feathers tin ntt haujj marketed bv the farmer do not rei down or Jiaiiij it oy tlie Hzc hffeli prices owing to u lack of proper piidiitiff or henuisc Home spe cial requirement of thfconsumer i iipliud with The Cauadia fdderable attention to the poultry in dustry Special elVorts have been made to learn ihe requirements of the English market hi recent re port of t he Canadian commissioner of agriculture and dairy in tr the methods of dressing packing and slopping poultry for British markets arc dis cussed Home of the dimlinns for shippiturkeys seen of genera ap plication Aioiir the principal points arc the following PbiLlced turkeys arc regarded us more salable than impbieked Fast the birds for twentyfour hours to empty the crop and intestines The fermentation of food in the cropa anil intestines will wholly spoil the birds Jive i siiall quantity of water just before killing Kill bv ng One dealer pays the easiest and best mode of hilling ly the disloea of the iicrk This manner of The blood should drain toward the head and become eoaulated there One dealer says io lav the drawing birds as soon as j at Chi ible after they have been shot uh V ie All trains of the Baltimore and rder t keep them sweet and ijl iml akc Shorn and Jlirhlwn fresh and to prevent their haung a ff llll i J m J Soullicrn and Nicklc Plate railway slrong intestinal ilavor wliiiii tlu pnuLiuir had nLiuitr tut cl facilities nor tli use the Cnuid Central station at Chi THE MAN NOT THE BREED The ijiiestimi so frequently allied iry ami wish to become belter pisl wliieh breed or variclv Iif pnnltrv is lies and to keep Tills may be more prnpedv answered by saying that it is more in the man of AV 1a drawn uir eoiulushms with eulirelv too iniich iliirirence and are far iiuay from Ihe real facts The liuVrenee in the large and the taking them the year round is not rd to Dr Duncan 306 W Fifth Street DBS MOINES IOWA Oculist and Aurist BSD WALNUT ST WILL CURS YOU 07 DISEASES OS THE Eye Ear Nose ad Throat Cut this ad out it ia Good for SI00 nn your Glasses orTfeitment when nrpsented at Dr Webera officeOne person entitled to one coupon only PICTURE FKAME PIAXO TUNING nnd DElAKTMENT That tliuiifiilnif of llc 1oly ii I i of the Chicago Great II pri rainsr to f aal nmlixposiuthe imrnal il rrt lt v Wratorn Hallway ileslrinc to CO caatllluir malmily i srio1 lllc Itltclmg Assn fncoa to llin nilmay have some inllu leli vi 3n tllcsc rracls wi nntat till Krailicl i liach Piano t itself ill I refic r Anlnlk is niliiiillc1 lnt wliin llic Jim LixuriKiiil it cost six rHiiin tlicir j Clc iry s Jiclc Absn ainss liiiiss m niissiirv TlH fret niul MIB nKnin ami lit a emit ct riiii lil up If tlio ari li bo hl villl f lvlu iliriilovcil ill ii simp 111 luiicl ils inlmil si11 nl nrno 111 Misiiuri river in Iivor pusli up iinlT MIC wins Ilic v vill 11 vater nij 1 lliirlv monllis Inrils should I llirniKlilv a sii f lv uf improved rrad mil and Iliev sllmld lie toll lss i grades fewer ilraKli 11111 tlirmiKli before benifr j nma lienvicr iron and in rasos Iak in liny cine Inrircjr tt cane birds of nearly fame cnini1 will Irml tint mm wirht frnnlcd t within DAKOTA FA1IMS FOIt SALIC lv im Inlijrlii he litflitest weight orjiirov nil fenced rood house barns heavier than the heaviest weight j frranary hog house nnd other iin water rates will in the package Pack the prmcimnts flood well wind mill nnd sufe ihe producer better Business Opportunities for AH I Missouri on tin Chicago tlreat r W GRAND isttTii lUilwiy the very as1 Hiiral station of tluUnited Slat ro fiiniHMs are for crciuiujryiiHn and millers Good locutions for general menhaii lpp hardware liarntss ImuIs Hsmks and stock lniyors Hiitic Write fo loiillitp W J Heed industrial Ast tol Knilicotl Hldi St Iaul eheaper food Onp people understand all this and they arc both cotilented and hap of line hay land 200 killhif is Bencrally adopted by the I l ty of Cvonl pulp or dry clean straw plow lias 071 it one Knnt house hHter schools they KnjrliKh and continental poullererK It in the 1mltorn of the ease Cut paper Ilie nverjiLTe house irx are puttini more pianos in is done s folio head of the lord in Ihe right hand being upward and the crown of the head in Ihe hol low of ihe hand Hold the legs of the against I lie right thigh or k this position stronglv slrelch the lieail al Ihe same lime bending it suddenlv backward so as lodislocale Ihe neck near ils junction will the I hi id stncU the shelves more f old and in the home and ar t rive piice of their fai mav be mil on lirccllv under Ihe wisnes lo sen 1 as ne cannol give price of their farms more and e cover Ilick Hie liirls backs his personal allenlion lo the farm rapidly for lliev iuon Hie lime is A iTfuinlnu KorVurthcr ndilr nld Voij ull Uuiw inioim diiTer iu Hie Initid Slale rdiiic Hie praetic of drawiu THE COMMONER Mr Brnyns Paper Give Your Horse a Chance Agency is pure to interest you Ask ftr tiMuis CHAS FLANDERS MCR YOf MAY NUT LIVE ALWAYS have nrTWHILELIVINtJVnUWILINEEIi iiiiiLtont mun with siiry capiial for a hninches I aain ilonhlo v he renteI for cash and will pay letter incline on twice their cat tie at a net coM rent Ii tlice better line fur and 1 lie JilTcn idilions have conn tn the price unw shows thai the pn bird isliiinHiiliv thMe I Mill tlu doininils ofHix months from dale of the firnt Is 1hl Ilia have rrmvncd their f vin n ind Hi with i i cr s r eve V s tr lvllitl is sm H rirnMalhrn of HHtHMl ropies i l o none N a MeatT iv f ihiv whM i mv i c lr bim nn from record never quahd iu the MliM I W nt the head vii1 s pij cxpcriincii are of history nf American mnodi HUra ofwonil wiiich renders it inenible i Mlc ilcled tmU of f Hiildliond bal in The Mife i 1hen iiMrted into the ridr preiselv the ammili hli Xew ihe f the rnnfof ImonliiMn pierce 1lins of Lmperahire himhlnv i 1 In 1 k HM older stiits nl brain cullin it nhi the cut ire drawn fnwlswill keep fnni I wenlv j 11 WH1 IOWI 11li 1111 length Tiie bird is hft bv1 Ihirlv days thai iiol 1il Vo th o uilill of ttlr M r i i mi r 1 i ll11 i o nil ililTllll Ol i Tl i111 TnT Lumber 1870 TEWETT JHDWIGHT D S IVllttll IliilotMin MiiMniiTm VininkTs Iricra lirason onnltal ion Iroo IUCS MOLMS IA   

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