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Morning Sun News-Herald (Newspaper) - August 29, 1912, Morning Sun, Iowa MORNING SUN VOLUME MORNING AUGUST NUMBER 5 Fred Guy COURTS Notaries Collections promptly attended Money to loan on rpal estate or personal Office over NewsHerald MORNING PHYSICIAN and Office and Satur day Office over Holidays MORNING PHYSICIAN and Office up stairs South side Division MORNING PHYSICIAN and Office 1st door Exchange I MORNING Office over the State All work Office to 12 1 to 6 MORNING IOWA VETERINARY Calls answered day or Office first door west of NewsHerald Phone MORNING Frantz Nose and Glasses Fourth and Jefferson Frank Practice Limited to Diseases of Nose and GLASSES Tama George Nose Throat Glasses 312 Jefferspn Graduate The Smoking In 1897 I climbed two volcanoes In or the Smoking about and Oriz the former the most famous be cause tflthin view from Mexico City and thus a source of especial pride and admiration to the who have been loath to believe that any other of their mountains could be high Popo has a really splendid about half a mile across and one thou sand feet The walls are gen erally but la one or two places It Is possible to When1 workers are engaged In collecting sul machinery Is used to hoist them up and From Popos summit there Is a glorious not alone of the but of the beau tiful White re clining a thousand feet below of Oriz aba on the far and of the charming valley of Peck in Christian The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all Its and that Is Halls Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure now known to the medical Catarrh being a constitutional re quires a constitutional Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter acting directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the there by destroying the foundation of the and giving the patient strength building up the consti tution and assisting nature in doing its The proprietors have so much faith in its yowers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to Send for list of Address To Sold by all Take Halls Family PfllB for con Plan Seed Corn A seed corn campaign will be car ried on in Iowa during the next few weeks by the extension department of the Iowa State Agricultural col Director Kennedy of the extension is urging that the farmers save their seed corn in If farmers would select their seed corn in September they would add en bushels of corn to the acre yield in he Roosevelt Men Win in a vote of 80 to 62 the republican party coun il late tonight defeated a Resolution o force the Roosevelt electors on an independent The result of the vote means that the Roosevelt presidential electors chosen in the recent state primary will appear upon the republican bal lot in the fall unless the supreme court of the United which is now considering the rules against The de feated resolution requested that the Roosevelt presidential electors get off the republican ticket and get into he independent The Taft forces insisted that thej Roosevelt men should leave the while the Roosevelt men were equally firm in their determination to keep the Roosevelt electors A Big or Marsh Ocliltree hands the follow ing melon story to the NEWSHER It is clipped from the ChiefLeader The largest muskmelon that has ever been brought to this and we believe the largest ever raised in the was exhibited here Friday by who grew it on his farm five miles west of here in Pott It measured four feet around the long way and two feet eleven and a half inches around and weighed thirtyseven He will exhibit the melon at the state i Postoffices to Be Closed on All first and secondclass postof fices will be closed on Sundays as a result of one provision of the new postal appropriation bill passed by congress and signed by President Every important city United States is Hereafter only special delivery letters will pass through on that day and no mail will will be placed in lock Postoffices in several cities have been closed Sunday The general has permitted under a regulation where it was evidentthat local sentiment demand ed The closing is now compelled by MOISTURE DAMAGING SOME LOCALITIES IN Considerable Grain in Shock and Stack is Excessive moisture in certain lo calities has resulted in damage to small grains in stack and ac cording to the weekly crop bulletin issued by Director but corn has progressed nicely underthe high T h e weekly report follows The weather conditions were much more favorable during the past week than they were during the preceding two The temperature was above the and very few showers occurred after the The rainfall excessive in a few localities on the night of the and especially over the north ern counties of the east central dis Dubuque reported inches Delaware and Waterloo A heavy shower also oc curred in the southern part of Page county on the Rapid progress has made in stacking and threshing since but consid erable in shock and has been damaged by the wet weather of the previous Un der the effect of high temperatures corn made rapid and much of it in early planted fields has passed the roastingear stage and is beginning to The late planted fields are in fine but will require dry weather during all of September to fully Pastures are in excellent and meadows promise a fair second crop of Early grapes and plums are b eing1 Plums and grapes are but the apple crop is unusually A large acreage is being plowed for winter I was cured of diarrhoea by one dose of Chamberlains Cholera and Diarrhoea writes There Is uoth Ing For sale by Saml Robert He Will See A prominent oculist suyg he never saw a pair of perfect suUl the who reads the replied Miss men ly proves thnt the prominent ociillsit wag never In Granulated Sore Eyes twenty years I suffered from a bad case of granulated sore says Martin of In a gentleman asked mo to try Chamberlains I bought ono box and used about two thirds of It and my eyes have not giv en me any trouble This salvo is for sale by Saml MONEY TO LOAN Lowest current rates on real Gall at office of Imported Belgian Stallions and Personally Selected with rugged Also home sbred All bought so they can be One importation Last importation If in write or see Horses are kept at the race At Uuion Bell Phone 237R or Union FOLEYJKIDNEYPILK FOR RHEUMATISM KIDNEYS AND BLADDEH HORSE And Fall Festival Fifth Annual Exhibition MORNING A Great Exhibit of Fine Display of Grain and Domestic manufactures exhibited by the 1912 Base Ball two days Marsh Morning Sun Pleasant Grove Morning Music by Morning Sun and Orchard City The Famous Orchard City Band at Horse Show on ALL ENTRIES For Premium List address Morning
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