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   Spirit Lake Beacon (Newspaper) - August 22, 1902, Spirit Lake, Iowa                                VQLXXXIL SPIRIT LAKE DICKINSON COUNTY IOWA FRIDAY AUGUST 22 190 NQ42 RAILWAY TIME TABLES C K I fc P Ry GOING SOUTH a Chicago Fast M 6 Chicago A M ft P M CJOINO NORTH a Stonx FUls Passenger1 A M IN M 6 Way A M ara Dally 6 Except Sunday Freight trains shown above will carry paMen No No No No Nb No No No Minneapolis fc TRAINS LEAVE SPENCER AS FOIXOWS COINS NORTH NoSlPasseoeer No 01 Accommodation COINS SOOTH No 32 Passenger No 62 Accommodation No 31 arrives Minneapolis mSt Paul pro making connections with all st vision ARRIVE 31DesMolnes c p m MoinesPassenger DEPART 200 pm Pm 34Des Moiiies Passenger pm G E COBSON Agent make connections at Sioux Rapids with C N W and at Storm Lake with 111 Centlor Chicago and and all points east andwest E c CAMMERRER A B Currs AKt Spencer Iowa G P A Minneapolis Minn A E RECTOR M D Physician and Surgeon Office over Dickinson County Bank Telephone office No 73 threerings resi dence No 60 Spirit Lake R C MOUSOX O Physician and Surgeon Officeover H A Millers Store Officeopen f rom8 a m to 8 p in Telephone Offiee 7 Residence 43 SPIRIT fcAKB v IOWA DR WM A SEELEY HOMEOPATHIC Physician and All calls answered country and all consultations given my personal attention when so requested Chronic and obscure dis eases diseases of women and children and fSiily cases given speclankttenhon Over twenty yeaa1 experience Ofhce of beeley 21 SPIRIT LAKE IA tfR E D PIPER Physician and Surgeon OfflcfeTIn Stevens Bloclc Telephone Office 87 Residence U Spirit Lake Iowa All kinds of plastering and cement worle done Work in my line guaranteed to be done in a satisfactory and workmanlike manner SRIRIT LAKE IOWA LE Francis LWOWS FRANCIS OWEN Attorneys at Law Will practice in all State Conrti Collections given prompt attention All kinds of papers drawn up 2o door west ofBeacon SPIRIT LAKB IOWA ARNOLD BEEBE Attortteys1at law Lands Loans and Collections Dickinson C6 Bank Bdg Spirit Lake Iowa NEWTON METTLER Attorney At Law Real Estate and Loans Spficlalattentipn given tocentral Minnesota Bands Oflicetwo doorseast of H A Millers Spirit Lake Iowa 3 PHIPPIN Successor to PUippin Prompt and Satisfactory Work Guaranteed J f 4 J S J V I will appreciate a share of your business fi I D s BLAKEY SDK Proprietors And Lire Stock Buyers Your Patronage Solicited CARtTON BROS y ABSTRACTS TITLE FURNISHED AND Titles We are making a specialty of abstract tKisl jess All orders will recefve prompt and care ful attention SPIRIT LAKB IOWA Timothy wjll d6 well sown the part OfSeptember but do hot sow the lover until spring TOienthe young rooster begins to crow he wants the frying pan or ratherthe frying panwants him Cowsy clover and corn will if prqper put any farmer in the western praWe sections on his feet Gasoleiie and Kerosene At youp own dppr phone Noi B S PHIPPINS The census shows that the state of owa produces Just a milliondollars a dayin fara products for everyday in the year There are lots of farmers who Diver work themselves for so as to be able to spend tielr sayings arid last days at some sanitarturai in a vain effort to recover lost health We have found the purple top Swede turaip sown about the 1st Of Augbst o give the best turnip for table iue whlchwe can jprpduce Turnips make helr best growth during tie moist cool fall days It will aLways be hard to makesome ariners understand that lave a right to kill the game and catch1 he fish iii thestreams on their farms when they want to regardless of Can be depended on to do work pd Satisfactorily Hlrri a All orders givenprompt attention PRISES C A NELSON Tcmsorial Artist A Clean and Comfortable shave and a sat B factory nair cut New Baths InConnection lAl Cutlery and Sporting SPIRIT LAKH IOWA PETER PLEMMING flERCHANT TAILOR FIT AND WORKMANSHIP GVARAfiTFED Repairing Promptly Done V SPIRIT LA1E IOWA TRANSFER Spirit Lake and Okoboji Telephone either place for rigs New and First Class Turnouts Good Roadsters fj orfJouble AH Orders Given Prompt Attention JOSEPH SARAZLNE Proprietor of the Flag Dray Cine Do Your Work Right Do it promptly fend make Satisfactory to All e No 39 SHOP Warm Baths at All Titties f HENDERSON BROSl v OKOBOJI tOWA I Repair Work of all Kinds ftomptly Attended to Traction Engine Repairing A Leave prders with Chas H Copley Spiri Lake Iowa or at the srtion Ir Ukoboii Iowa CASH The fill working of the public high ways Isa mlstaKe August flies make the cows shrink n their milk no matter how good the matures may be The attempts at skunk farming have all proved failures It Is a miserable alternative when a farmefis forced to take tramp help or go without When a threemonthsrold calf will bring for veal it helps out the business Alfalfa furnishes lotsof food for the bees in which respectit Is far ahead Of red clover whose nectar canonly be reached by the bumblelee Marching off a lot of hoboes at the muzzle of shotguns fields to work was one of nie funny harvest season freaks of Kansas this year i No state in the Union is comingto the front with larger orbetter crops this year thanNebraska This years crop worthas much ap the land which produced it through much of the state tirtis year The farmers telephone lines in a westernstate did milch to bring to an abrupt endingthe lateattempted cor ner in corn in Every man holding any corn of thecontract grade was reached inahurry by thoteJfr phone It means either tile draining of saed f orlots of land kllthrough the prairie sections the excessive rains of the summer the growing crop upon all lands wWch were originally sloughs basinsjand marshes SHALL THIS MAJf A gentleman living iii Kentucky writes Bsklngsome advice He lives on a forty acre farm the soli of whlcti Is nonetoo good He has a wife and twelve children all under ageHe says that It 1 hard for them to make a liv ing froni this poor little jjleceof land and wants us to BO that he cau better his condition He can Scrapis up start Wlth somewhere else It Is a delicate business attempting to ndvlse tt man to situated and about all wefeel like doing Is to atate a few facts for rhls consideration In the first place we notice that southern bred people sel dom feel at home in the so we think than northern people who seek homes in the for this reason it would not seeiii bestfor our ifrlend to seek a homeIn the north or northwestItwould look as though with such a family he would be spe cially to get hold of a truck farm In thesouth where early vegev tables aiid berries could beproduced We noticed a row of dewberries nice ly trained npoii a low wirejfence the other and readily saw that this method the great ob jectlonsconnected with this gathering jot the berries vines sprawling all overihegronnd A pfirmanept drought I settled down upon all that jpart of jn teribr Australia which has heretofore ibeena great pastoral country The sheep aSd fatbits edmblhea with the lackof rain have rumed thecountry and the stock losses have been enor mous True that the rain falls upon the I Just and the unjust alike butithis year I wfietf the jest manpii therlyer7 bot tom got his share anct theii all that fellon the unjust mans phiceon the hfflabove Win to boot the theological equity ofthe old sayingwas Knocked1 Into a cocked hat hfsyear earlier than nsuali about July 26 whenthey arenot usually due till aboutthe10thof August If the old saw holds to frost rrom their frost willpinch a lotof ttte a dry forage plant is that Itils very dlfS cult to cure properly thai season when t should 4se cutbeing ailmost always showery Not onefourth of the big cropof cloverwhere thewriter lives was secured In good shape this year Spreckleshas discovered a new meth od of refining sugar ata coatof ton against the present costto the sugar trust and the process is so sim ple1 that it can be carried out on the plantations where the raw Sugar Is produced and with inexpensive appll We have a letter from a good friend of the farmers mutual insurance com panies who favors the pay ment of all losses up to tworthirds of the value of the property destroyed and Insured re gardless of the manner In which the fire lossoccurred save In case of In cendiarism for thenorthern market There are much profit and reasonable safety and certaintyin which Is be ing developed at a rapid rate In North many of the Atlantic sections We are reliably In formed thata very fair quality of land be bought oneasy terms contiguous to lines of railway and that the three crops of strawber ries potatoes arid string beans can be raised tthd put eh the eastern markefs clean money cartbe made from twentyfive acres ri such crops than can be made off thebest eightyacrefarm in the west A man with such a family has no right toso locate that his children wiljbede prived of all educational adyantages and a frontier ibcatlpn too often in are other good loca tions In lolilslaha and Arkansas fruit raisingand poultrykeep Ingcouldbemade very profitable The trouble is that men situated Just as our friend is donotknow justwheretago and for all such so situated we would advise sending for all the literature which can be obtained descriptive of those localities where land Is cheap This literature may be obtained of the passengeror land agents of any of the railways of the state land commis sioners or state fact at mostany citizenwillgive Information touching his locality when written to Get all this then decide wheio to look first and make a personal inspection The chances are that ryou wiirthus flud the place you seek SPIRIT LAKE IOWA JNO w CRAVENS President o s JONES yicePresIdem L D GOODRICH Cashier CAPITAL STOCK A General Banking Business Interest paid on time deposits REAL ESTATE jLOANS Made at Reaaonable Ratei and on short notice GEO STOERLEIN DKALKB IN to Locate Louisville 1 6ROWTHOF pAIBTiSTEKESTS te bfinSus builetln 6n the1 coun Great Central SoutherntTrunk Line i IN Kentucky Tennesee Alabama Mississippi Florida WHERE Farmers Fruit Growers Stock Raisers Manufacturers JnvestorssSpecaitttOrs i tnd Money Lenders will find the greatest chances in the United States to make big money by reason of the abundance and cheapness of Land Firms Tfmbtr ind Stone Iron and Coil Free sites financial assistance and freedom from taxation for the manufacturer Iand and farms at per acre and upwards and 500000 acres in West Florida that can be taken gratis under the U S Homestead laws IIIK In nearly every pasture where stoefc was kept the cattleaii bunched near to the fences which being Of wire ex ptetoedwhyso muchvstockis killed by lightning where thefericeiwlresare grounded s j WeJust remark goodi old loned oatmeaa properly Is first place withus in comgetl Interestduring the past twenty yearst since the tion withVall the newfangled germ and malted cereal foods with which the icptintry jf is flooded The cahiiy Seots jmari1 is Waidto be the legitimate juct of foatmeal arid the Shorter Gate ai good make the inistake of sowing too largeia field of jrape forthe stock which thjy wish to Wt it Kape needs feeding close when the new growth will give all through the season a yonng utid tender foliage When allowjedto grow it soon becomes f strong tough Hand un palatable i For every acre of crops on the bottom a nil slough lands of the cen tral west aiid northwest this year by the excessive rainfall there will be five acres crops produeed on all those areas where the normal rainfall Istoo scant to Insure large crops isi an ordinary year V We have known some balky horses beyond the reach of moral suasion kind treatment and tirayer Nothing would Start an old buckskin we once owned but a split plug of tobacco wrapped around hts bit This would make him so sick at the stomach that he forgot all his meanness in a very short time 5 Of course it may not be possible be cause of the press of other work to do butthere is no work on the farm which pays better than getting the stubble and weeds well plowed under during the month of August It hasalmost all the advantages of n summer fallow Cleans the land jind makes of the rnb blsh covered up a valuable plant food for the next season The ijuestiompf savingjthe corn fod der will soon beup of this f odder has demonstrated the past Iwinter as never faef one and while hay the country i over more plentiful and muchcheapertthaai ago the jcorn fodrier wlU for when wellj It is the best fodder produced on thepf arm i The elderly inan who isibothered to knowjusttwhere tsbme of his money fbW investment would a good thing to hunt outsome deserving and poor fyoungman and help him on bis feet In most cases sucli investments would not only be profitsblei in aifinan cial way but much result from the doing of isbch ousacf of the creamery system There are inpw 9355 butter and cheese factprles in operation Iowa jeading with S24 Wisconsin 738 New York 740 Penn sylvaniay 619 Minnesota 546 and Illinois 465 strictly butter factories or and New York leading 1814 cheeser factories The total capital empioyed is and the Value of tlie product is 2tt a gain 6f 109 per cent In ten lyears Biit all this repreBerits only a fraction of the benefit which the de velopment of the dairy business has brought to the country the increased fertility of the farms the enormous meat interests and the more scien tific and Improved methods of agri culture which have ever followed In the wake of the dairy interest repre senting a gain in agricultural wealth which It is Impossible to compute The cow has done great things for the cquntrjV A BXSkS RESPOSSIBitlTT iSeresa dlfflcult prbblem One coun try bank turned into another a bundle of bills which was counted by the ra celvlng bank and found to contain The next day this package of money was paid out to a farmer for and at the time was counted nei ther by the banker nor the farmer The farmer carried the mpneyiaU day and at Wght deposited the still unbro ken package in another bank when he discovered that It was shy He then sued the bank of which he got the package and the higher court held that the bank was liable It would Took to us as though the loss should have been equally divided for neither One of them counted the money when t was paid over you wHere aadcow delay is theeorintry Is filling up rapidly Printed matter maps and ail informatioi free Address RJ General Icmlsratlon and Industrial Agent LDUisvitLE KY Coti 1 am prepared to do all kinds Icduding laying out town plats K for town sewer and tile drains etc 7 SPIRIT LAKE 7 lows FURNITURE STOCK COMPLETE PRICES REASONABLE ORPERS FOR UNDERTAKING Given Proinpt Attention SPIRIT LAKE IOWA LOW RATES CALIFORNIA Great Rock Island ROUTE Less than ONE For Round Trip New Train Service Write Jno G Farmer forfiininforAatfifn WALTER FURMAN Dentist SPIRIT LAKE Office overtbe Star Bakery f In Lake Park on Monday of each week We have known a maruownmgja ten thousand dollar farm to kick because he had to payAnjannuaMax of on It This manshould go to Bulgaria Turkey Egypt Indlasand seml clvlllzed countries If he would know what real taxation Is In no country oh earth aoes a mote in re turn for the taxes he paysthanUn America Successors toi las A Smith we propose to do a strictly cash business Moth call and ilcliycry Iramilus must lo paid lor at time they nrc called for or delivered After careful consistration We have concluded that a cash lousiness will be llie most satisfaetory Help Us to Mlke the New Plan a Success E MILLS SONS As with all other unrefined and unde sirable things in ibis world there arc an aggressivenessand intoleranceabout which put one to his wits end to know hov to manage thein Now why should a burdock grow thrifty and lusty and n tomato plant not tour feet froin H nndersnme cortdittons without culture only grow to be a poor little spindly unproductive thing Maybe some ot onr readers will be doing the same thing we dirt last to hunting all over the gar den for some dead and putrid thing which wo could smell only too well but could not find to find later oa the cause of the trouble to be a stink horn mushroom growing near a post and almost out of sight If you smell bis sinell looJc for a mushroom and1 not a dead cat It seemsilunny to turn backi fifteen years wjhat 8 furiousicontro versy there was over the question of flenorningicattie The various humane societiestind all tender hearted people were tfp in arms over the new barba rism fns it termed while broad sidesfof iniHgnaCon wore the men5 whoventuredto practiceIt It tooKtiuK tofprovc the humanltyjfoOthe proKjess the oppositloa Now there isuip wice of protest Wherethewriter lives therels hard ly a week gOMS by that sonieVnian does not have a valuable horse by the barbed wire not all In the pas tures by ncy means huta horse is tied near n fence and svtsta foot over or It rues away ami into a fence or careless drivers drive the horse over down find sorts of ways Tbiii lijrhtiuun Ivilis a KOwl ninny by reason of UiolwetanuinsiWlth J their heads near the fcoico during elec1 trie storms sj i i I THE MARTIN ASD THE SPARKOW our suaaller birds which like to frequent the haunts of benthe house martin is about the only one which can with the bullying English in the annual contest between these birds for the possession of nesting places tne Martin generally comes pfE victor All our other small i birds bluebirds wrens igrosbeaks orioles song sparrows cat birds and many simply driven away from any locality where the sparrow congregates This is no guesswork but the well proved result of the closest observation by our best students of bird life TIMBER IS MISSISSIPPI Vlherc will not be a lumber famine tnlthis country for many years though the price of lumber may and probably will be higher The south has vast and almost untouched forests Twen tvfive counties in the state of Missis sippi contain 5800000 acres of pine land which will cut an average of 0000 feet to the acre making 34100 000000 feet worth at per thou sirml Our Stock bf Luinter Is Complete If you are going to build letK us figure you Well make prices right Cottage Lumber a Specialty Very rcspbbtfully SmitH Bros WE HSVE IT MATT j JOHNSONS GREAT BLOOD and RHEUMATIC CURE Cures all Rinds of SIXTY EIOHTYEICHT Cures all Rinds of Blood trouble hopes of en from Rheumatism I was laid np in bed cured My legs were all swoUen np and I could not M able to Ketout or beflVtte flret timeln thirty days I have taken my second but eliSd now ISnSacrmyscifenUrely cured I write this thatothersmay know oltttt wonaerfol remedy to bo fr QMDop Armory Bid oo from all opiates sallorlaws from our autnorliod agont For Sale and Guaranteed Only By   

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