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Farmers Messenger (Newspaper) - February 20, 1908, Atlantic, Iowa
The messenger Stirt by Jiz wis As second class Namer Way Post office lit i Uncer the act of Congress of March Fig per year 3o 5 Ammalu la 3 a Noroian 50 to Republican i Keisby announce myself us can Jot the i office of coup in record of 10 the de Nisi of of voters at Ibe Republican primary i o we sri author to announce that Forsyth of Griswold will be candidate for the Elfije of clerk of the District court of Cass 1 sir jct to the decision of the primary in we Are authorized to announce thai John scout of will be a Jort Fae t of file of representative of Caas county for the nest Fie re Seoti Alito term irom our county in the Low a Genera in to the Choice of Iii Republican party of Cass county Al the primary a Loution in the j Job tie year announce my the bins nation of coup in attorney o1 subject to the de of lire coming Republican Pri announce As s can ibs office of county Recor Der of cas3 to the decision id the voters of the Republican primary in a Job i Teredo a nonce myself a Candi Date Zorsie office of county superin Teo Danl i school of subset to to the will of Republican voters of Cass Al Ike primaries to be held of Anita Public we St to announce the candidacy of for uie of county sub Jacl toils decision of the Republican Pri Tarj 3d i hereby announce myself is a candidate Jorsie Lidice of Tousty treasurer of subject to the decision of Flie Republican a the primary in e the gingery Sale will be Tell the 25 John Lirah is quite sick at the present Hugo Westphalen met with quite an Tir eident Friday while cutting saw on the Ico Aner a log fell carrying the saw with it in such a Way As to drive one of the Sun Teeth just above the cup to the he is under the doctors care and is getting Purd Rick who was operated on at the at Launcie some Ticino ago contracted a Bud Case of Lagrippe and is reported quite she is still at the West Chaleu who has been quite sick is reported Benton an old time died at his Home near thurs Day after a Long suffering of Over 2 years of partial paralysis and other complications at the age of 74 j 1 he leaves a 2 and 1 funeral was held at the Lorah interment in Atlantic Lewis Careen returned to after attending his fathers answers to by Wallace editor in Csiss Farmers questions slum lil by at 11us cd Nicl reused to j i As tells How to mix a West sown authority on rheumatism gives vhf readers of a new York payer the following Yalu simple and harmless pre which anyone can easily As Homi fiai3 Straci Oneal o unit of a Poland one ounce so up three mix by Siam Ciao Well in a and Aake a fleas Daniul after each meal and bed he list tha Ingre Deais can Irons any Good prescription at Small ant being of Are to this 2sasmt if i Tegu Lar in Jota jew is said to Over Jome Alosi aay Case of the Paia Aab if diminishes Unla permanent and with Iii in Juring while there Are rheumatism some of which tvs Alejj jew really site Persia Sant and the above no Foeg Bailly Apple caled by Many r at Mallet drug store of Tia elicits the info Matioda chess Are harmless Baacl can foe Boa Gal 02the ii Ere Wii skiis the prescription ii Oxire Pomosa sold hog last Elrd have moved ihi0 saw of Ninny 10 13 an where will be found ii Ober in to to Fec of Chri Rifon that Sci Iiah whet i ratty 10 so the 1 v i Hai Wyandotte cockerel i pulleys Frazier Iowa ripening what is meant by ripening Anil ii to Griswold of Des preached a very interesting and help Lul Sermon Here me lire has become quite a favorite with go Ristia Church audiences and tie always has something inspiring to say in his a sister of Henry of this who has been suffering from a nervous break has been taken to the Atlantic Hospital in Hope that she May regain tier the third number of the Epworth league lecture course was Given Here Friday evening by George Rhein of and he was listened to with great interest by a Large he talked on skyscrapers and his lecture was full of common sense and interspersed with bits of wit and humor that kept it Rorn becoming politics have begun to boil in this Section of the and monday evening a number of the friends and supporters of Cummins met at the Center school House and Organ Zda Clubton promote his candidacy or United states while the sentiment of the county seems to be in Avor of Noble township is the hot bed of Cummins sentiment and they Hope to create a sentiment in his Avor that will carry the i Katy at the attorney of was in these parts last looking after his candidacy for county actor Lou seemed to make quite a favourable impression among the cum mins men of this John Book waa transacting Busi Ness and visiting friends at the county last week a few and Meredith left for Idaho where they go to look Over the country with a View to locating permanently if Ira Welch has returned Home Iron a visit Wlsh her b of miss Ida Bosler Baa returned to her Home in Carson Afier a visit and Haworth have left for Council Bluffs to make their future Quin has been visiting with Atlantic friends a few she took her Little son up with her to be related by the Atlantic physicians for an affection of the Eye from which she is miss Susie Dowd and her sister of Guthria have been spending the past few Days with their Brothers the heavy Snow of monday night and tuesday almost completely blocked traffic to the City and reports if much damage to Stock John of this place who recently opened a skating rink in reports business As being very Brood in that roller skating seems to have become the popular Ira i and knows just How to conduct a rink to make it the Many Friend of k a former resident of who for 17 years Haa been warily to of the state at mad while sorry to Leurn of re Moval from Thal Are pleased to know what is his intention to re turn to Cass Couzy and make gris his Horn Miller and family who have been farming in have left for Central Kansas where i hey will live in the b w one of the Roost pro Farmers in this part of the will i j nil the comforts of the City in the he already has Telephone Conoe Cirioni and Rural free Aud his added a Pri vate electrical his farm Ripon aug is meant the propel1 ski iting of hit Tojim Miller it has been sepia Ryung from thu tlicrt1 Khulis of souring of Antl if lie Cream is not properly son i to but Ter will let re Iuka Anil have such an taste Bluit it will be ton Skler nil if properly soured in noiu1 of these objectionable flavors will be to insure the proper ripening of the Cream in ilk Slio ult not be allowed to Ocoine too sour or to contain too Large n number of bacteria before the Cream is for this reason it is ii Porumb to Zeop the milk while the Cream is if the Oil gravitation method u it i temperature of about 50 to it is also necessary to keep tin Ore in from the time it is separated till there is collected to Liuni without allowing it to become too for tills reason it is Best to keep both the Mills before the Cream is and the Cream after it has been collected at a tem Pera i Tiro of about f0 to pm so that it will not Soi Loo and then cause it to rips nil together when there is enough collected to it is sometimes necessary to use i starter to induce sour ing of the Cerii a starter is More or less than a Little properly soured which will Start the multiplication of the bacteria which cause proper ripening of the it is important hat the starter be free from any Cor if it contains my of the bacteria which cause objectionable flavors these will also multiply in the Cream so that the butter will be perhaps the Best Way to make the right kind of starter is to take a Little clean Sweet ski milk and set it in a clean room where to litre Are no objectionable doors or decaying Malfer of Tny kind and Al Low it to sour when souring is Well under pour it into the Cream nine wait till the ripening proc Ess is the amount of starter to use varies somewhat a Ltd Condi a half pint for each gallon of Cream is usually usually the temperature of the Cream should be allowed to Rise to about to degrees after the starter Lias been placed in if Hie Cream in kept it a clean room and the temperature is allowed to Rise o to Many times it is not necessary to use a for it will Ripen without starter is More important in the Winter than in the churning Whiat should be the proper Lein Perstine for Cream at churning mid How should butter be Sal Ted v what is the proper Way to work butter hot weather it is necessary in Cliburn tie Cream Al a literature As Low As 55 to of while in the when i lie Nui Nials Are on dry be butter will not come till the Cream has been warmed to a temperature of 00 to 70 and sometimes in extreme cases necessary to increase to so Cream should lie churned when the temperature is too because 11 soft butter is the can Neil when the temperature is it will take the grannies too Long to and Many limes the Grant is not n desirable As u is when the Cream is at the it will require a Little experimenting of the Jarl til tie bitten maker to deter mine just when the is it is hotter to Inive a room that retains an even temperature and churn in that room at All if it is found to be Loo Bot in the temperature of the Cream May be Low ered by Kytt Ling the Cream Jar in a of Kohl or if ii too cold in Winter Iii of the Cream can lie increased by using warm water i he a asst iric As a sat1 i in Pcraig univ the Cre Iii any 1 that 111 of intr id properly Iii Alii it the Bill i1 ill ii Liali Ibe i Lii ii in i is curve Rule Illi dii1 All i is ably Hie Sionil Vilii 1n ii Servo line ii a ill Huber of Hutt an they la of tin1 Upsilon that ii exit oils oiaiiii1 tin Cream is Clivi Rcd from Twenty Niin to a half Iii thud and Lime of sailing Hutler depend entirely on Lii in ii coins Inicis like the Butler very while others want hut a very Lille sail in the the limit terminal should learn the desire Tif the Consumers and Cater to those it is important to use Only Tine such As is usually 1 in special packages or sold in Small sacks under the name of table Tiv common barrel Salt is Lisull by of too in Norse Grain to be practical for the salting of As to the proper Lime of whether before or after tie butter is removed from he is a matter of opinion with the the working of butter is another matter Over whirl live re is great differ ence of it should he regu lated by of the some in Vise Bill a very Little working of the in some sections of the county the Consumers prefer but Ter which has received hut Little work in other sections the Littler should he worked till it assumes a waxy in no ease should it be worked till in of coins what the Trade knows As it is hero per haps As much As at any other place that a great Many Home butter producers Are liable to make they work the baiter too they pay strict attention to from the Lime the milk is or Viii till the Cream is la the they Are very careful to see that the Cream is prop Erly ripened and but when Bey get to the working Pound the thing they work hitter till it loses its Gnavi Izilar Structure and becomes so Salvy to list it More like lard Thani Short Colo usually the addition off a Liberal amount of dry As Hay or Corn meal fed the grass ration so the will not he so if this give dram of Carbonate of in the dry Nigl it and a Liberal amount of charcoal Given once or twice each1 Day in the dry feed is also in effective1 breaking a couple of raw eggs in the dry feed once each Day has been at tended with1 result by number of tie symptoms May be described As Dilli cult lameness in one mov ing Wiki great dry Ness of the nose and swelling of the Mir Saltpetre is perhaps one of the most simple Aud effective of a11 reme to a calf four or Ive months of age live from a Quarter Toa half ounce As a Dos once each Cut into the affected part and rub in a Little Saltpetre till the blood starts and turn the calf Loose in the lick fiver the following is advised As a Good lice destroyer crud carbolic one ounce soft one1 Eji curl two ounces on half mix Well and apply to the parts frequented if soft soap cannot to shave a liar Ami a half of hard soap a of water and dissolve it by allowing the water of boil Over the it the hard soup is no water except what is used in dissolving the soap need be applied tothe final As is advised when soft soap is there is no connection whatever Between Wolf Teeth and bad eyes in the although this belief is held to by the blindness which is pres ent with some Colts having Wolf Teeth is what is known As Moon blindness and is incurable and transmissible from Parent the Only Way to prevent it is to Stop the prac Tice of Breeding mares which Are Trou bled with the inexperienced owner should not attempt to remove Hie Wolf it costs hut Little to employ a reliable veterinarian to do the bloody the cows is bloody at the time it is drawn from the Nader it May be ascribed injury of the in which one or More of the blood vessels were rup care in the apply of cold Wilder to tie affected Quarter once each Day Are simple effective it the milk shows no signs of red when1 it but after staud Hig i the Jar for Sev eral hours becomes red or shows bloody sediment Hie hot of the the troubles caused by he rap id development of an organism Ohleh was inthe slim led numbers when it was but multiplied till there were enough of them color the a change1 of feeding meth of water and a dose of Epsom salts once each toy for a week have been known Correct Therou to Lebest forced for any person in any Section of the country is the one that person you cannot succeed with anything unit does not suit the Breed has much less o do wit Success than the opinion of the person and proper feed Noirl most Farmers and poultry raisers infections of Colorado near Lien Var have the while and lir own Vino the horse that paws ii is nut this is lev on by Worms or of feed if tills does not bring civil i reliable i a Zimt Many during hut wounds i animals in Frise one of Best Ricat Menert to Apody in basis is to dust a Lillo pulverized thu Vilii in tie the amount de pending on the of the the entire surface of the sore should be covered with the As soon As the surface is raw Wash Well with Ca Lilc soap sols once each Day and dust with equal parts acc Tabilid and boric a go Oil Salve for bruises and cuts May he made of powdered one half ounce powdered fifteen grains powdered on fourth ounce eight mix Well and apply to the a goodly company following our usual custom we publish a list of the Good folks who favored us with their or Ders during the year just it is not Only a goodly but a Well pleased we did our and our efforts were appreciate they Are a sensible were not impressed by the claims of outside dealers to greater honesty or better a observed that not a single retailer of Des Moines Tibuc too or any place except the Monument Deal had located in the Homes of their com to prey upon the or Appeal to the less admirable possible Custon ers and the claims of any one so or so bereft of finer of Honor and1 of co cirt Esy a did not Appeal to them we again thank Themi for their conf Denee Ira our ability finnish i the1 Best at a reasonable Price John h g pfc Tri and1 family Daniel Vav Grace family h c Conn Henry Schnoor Frank Hudspeth Frank Oconnell family mrs g a Lane Columbus Prall mrs a Tichnor mrs Nora a Beers h Mackrill w s Whitney mrs e a Mcdiarmid w s Greenleaf w j yokes mrs Thomas Hogan mrs g s Acker t j Warren William Murphy c h Goold family mrs Angie b Grout Lewis Weitzberg a e Wilkins we James family Joseph Han Ley g a Anderson Levi Disbrow mrs Ane Simonson mrs Mary Davis mrs James n Porter mrs Dina Goudy a l Gilson Roscoe Anderson mrs Frank Hunt j Kessler w h1 John a Tramm Peter Kroman w s cloak mrs Mary l Locke mrs r sch Venke g m Wilson miss France Sanf re mrs Holldorf s s Watson mrs Sadie Norris de Johnson August Johnson mrs Josie Okell August Beyer August Anderson mrs Amos Miore Landi g l Soren Mortensen Frank thurn Raan j w Lee Tillman Wilson Prall j b Jones mrs e a Hun Toon h f age n Rupp Van Mccurdy Arthur Brockman mrs John Worthington Hurlie e Smith John Heck John Matthias miss Clara j Cramer Peter Thomsen Vav h Bailey Ralph Burgin mrs d w mrs j j Young s p Frank a c Stiner nates g Alfonso Long family Jacob Lang James Jones family Jim w Lauren son John Mohr l h Griffith Peter Beck mrs j j Henderson Phillip Kinnen John Worthington Fred d Kerkmann Chas l Mccord mrs Hugh Brown mrs m n usher eel Dand John h easy f m Ronk Herman Martens j s Warner Eugene Winterstein Cris a Dierksen family we g Swarting m Mceniry miss Josie Anderson or Allen Baxter miss Anna Norris Vernon Hedrick mrs e m a t Maddux r t grooms Herman Holste mrs Edwin f Lee h f Kerr miss Emma shul Rev j l Fisher Rasmus Hanson Adam Abhau James Haworth we Newman h d sheeder Fred Kussel mrs Etta Donaldson mrs Hans Tramm j p m Jensen mrs Ora Watson s c Nelson c w Kincaid mrs Mary Scharff Matt Shepperd Herbert g Smith mrs Sophia Ackerman Chas h Graham Albert and Alfred Anderson Fred Schuldt mrs Leonard Everett w t Wilson e m Brown Fred Olenhaus a b Morgan Monument works we have no and anyone in need of our services is urged to visit our give us a we Promise to make
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