Farmers Messenger in Atlantic, Iowa
27 Feb 1908

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Farmers Messenger in Atlantic, Iowa
27 Feb 1908

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Farmers Messenger (Newspaper) - February 27, 1908, Atlantic, Iowa Unsuccessful East As in the West Coopers theories Are being rapidly accepted by Eastern whose theory that the human stomach is the cause of most ill health and who created a furore in Louis and other is meeting with the Earne remarkable Success with his Medicine throughout the Cooper has convinced an immense number of people that his theory in sound and Bis Medicine will do what he perhaps the most interesting Fea Tures of the discussion this Young is Are the statements Ninde by responsible people who have taken his medicines and have become enthusiastic converts to his among statements of this charac the by August 1049 Rockwell court Chi is characteristic of the wide spread Faith in which has grown up in a comparatively Short Wittmer says i take and he in the condition i bras three weeks i was practically an invalid for fourteen years end think i had about All of the dis eases my stomach was and at times i would have an enor Mous and then again none at pie and cake made me and i almost always had a sickening feeling in my i was Ner and for weeks at a time could not and then again could sleep eighteen hours at a seemed to do me no and i would awake tired and More exhausted than when i went to i was had pains in my and flute rings and Paina in my i was unable to work with any and took no in Terest in i tried All kinds of medicines and but none benefited i had no Energy and no and had about concluded to give up when the Cooper Medicine was thanks to my health seems completely restored and i feel like a new Cooper medicines have created the greatest sensation of anything of the kind Ever before we sell and will be glad to explain the nature of to our drug enough to see the trend of things ate they will be among the few who will have hogs on hands to take and of the Market predicted my shortage in hog crop on Duons prevailing for the last two i or three the slump has been aggravated and made greater by the disposition of producers everywhere to get rid of their product whether tit for Market or had Corn pries gone Down with the prices of hogs and Iowa Farmers cannot afford to feed 60 cent Corn to As they Are the following article from the state papers has the sound of disaster to i Selling would have been Iowa who have been losing i but to feed expensive Corn to Runney by shipping out their hogs on a j cheap hogs does not Appeal to the Wise declining and Cass county j Farmer As Good business and he Sacri Farmers Are among the number who lived a Little rather than lose a have contributed to the shortage to a marked degree by shipping out their animals to but the closing paragraph of the article has the right ring to it and should be the of checking the wholesale Sel hog of herds of hogs by the article Iowa Farmers will have fewer marketable hogs next june than in Many according to the opinion of live Stock imn who Are familiar with the situation Over the state at Large with the Corn scarce and up near the cent Mark and hogs Down it is the expectation of the now that the most of the hogs have been disposed the Market will begin to climb contrary to the Gen eral the Price of both hogs and but More particularly the for has been Low out of All proportion to that of Bat say the the Law of Supply and demand is bound to exert itself and u is the belief of Many of them tha the Price will again in Well to the some predict that or even better is not improbable at that and if near the 00 Mark it is unprofitable the new Corn crop is in Good Prospect for the Farmer to keep his hoes and All by that the Scarcity of hogs will Winter ions he has been Al Loding the be still More Felt As the season Adas the Farmers who have them will keep them to feed off the new it is will have a tendency to still further Advance the As Cass county part of this unus Ual May be cited the fact that the shipments of Stock from this county during the past two weeks have Market Wii forcing prices Down even further than they might have gone under Normal this is not in merely a few instances it is Gener ally True throughout the far mers who have been in the habit of feeding from so to 100 head for he Spring Market have disposed of even their in of especially the older making it quite certain that the Scarcity of marketable hogs will continue for some time beyond next the heavy marketing of hogs More seriously affects the Tutu e Supply than of when a calf or a cow is the chances Are that it will go Back to the pastures or feed Yards when a hog is it is killed and removed entirely As a Factor for the it is estimated that this extraordinary Selling of bogs has Cost the far mers of Iowa several Hundred thous and while prices would naturally have slumped some under the pleasant Ridge delayed Mirs Gretta Disbrow went to Allan tic Friday to visit Over sunday with her Jasper Pickrell is in Atlantic a pie sent serving a Frank Shwenke and his Mother made a business trip to tues Lagrippe is so prevalent in thib neighbourhood that theres hardly family but that member of it is Schwenke and Henry Maas Art confined to their Beds with the miss Leah Pickrell is doing House hold duties at Watsons while Watson is confined to her bed with lung Little Arthur who has been so Low with lung fever the past two weeks is German cottage prayer meeting was held at Fred Densela will Johnson arrived Home monday from North Dakota where he has been for the past 21 Kimballton news too late kor last the j is of having passenger traffic established on the new been heavier than for a use period in Many Griswold contributed 1100 head of hogs in two Days and cars of All kinds Stock in one Day Cumberland shipped 15 cars in two Massena almost As Marne sent five cars to the Market in one and Lewis a similar number Wiota and Atlantic have been pouring the animals into Chicago and Omaha at a tremendous rate the past two we know of no Cass county who have been so foolish As to ship Stock to mar Ket before it was ready and few who Are Selling All their we believe that the Cass county Farmer is Wise buy your seed Corn at Home raids improved yellow Dent Iowa Silver mine Cass county White improved Calico Corn this Corn was placed in Racks in october is thoroughly dry and will Twenty years experience growing and Breeding per Bushel sacks add 50c for ear Corn Botna Valley seed company Road out of Here was but Short the second Day after it was established the Road was blocked by a heavy Snow and if was impossible for them to make their regular we note an advertisement for an Elk Horn merchant in the columns of Farmers and must say that it shows Good business As that paper is largely read in these we have often wondered Why some of our own merchants Din not use it As a Means of calling attic lion to their Chris Johnson has returned to i Home in Atlantic after a visit with in this Holger Peterson is too Busy with his school duties to look after the correspondence department of far mers messenger and we Are Only temporarily if there is any person in Kimballton who would like to the management of the messenger is ready to make them a we Hope that some one May take up the As we Are too Busy to carry it Long and we do not want to see this department Clara of has been visiting friends and relatives in this Snow who said Owa had no More old fashioned win Peterson is Busy with his Rea estate work this season and says the business promises to be even Bette than last Julia of a been visiting relatives of has re turned after transacting Soin business connected with his land near notice of dissolution of the Mes Senger loan and Trust Public notice is hereby Given that All of the stockholders of the Messen Ger l and Trust company of at a corporation organized and existing under and by virtue of the Laws of the state of at Atlan in said have voted and agreed to the immediate dissolution and discontinuance of said Corpora and that by the unanimous action of All the stockholders of said corpor said corporation will cease to exist on and after the 22d Day of february the messenger loan and Trust by h 4 piles cured without the knife constipation ural Hll Recta discuss a the German specialists 531i Uro Udwin Council no Money till cured wanted Farmers Ito buy n postal address it to me and write onit Send me your spreader get the proposition before you buy a spreader of any Inuke or kind or at nay i then leave it Jaffa entirely the Jud Golf its not Little Jos Tartu j f Nure apr Euiler proposition you Ever Lizmi Itu away out of the j idiot Only Inieke you a Arlie of on the Best manure Wulc Bunn do put on any Wagon but 1 Tulve a Ciuro to get it for if you accept my buy r Pontil Send it to me before you Luy Telb paper William William Galloway too school childrens noted Eye specialist writes inter Esting and instructive article concerning their in acco Dauee with our arrange ments Wilh the famous Eye of Council who assists Porterfield at this place with his practice every two we herewith present the second of our instructive articles upon the care of the eyes of school children and commend it to the careful consideration o both parents and school i Are we to become a spectacled act 3o it would seem from statistics which have recently been compiled which prove that forty to fifty per cent of school children have ocular defects re Quiring the use of spectacles to enable them to preserve their eyes and Keap up with the other children in their school the Public school knowing that the care of the Eye s More essential than anything else for the future Well being of the Nave undertaken in great measure the work of watching the childrens and in some instances of providing them with spectacles when this in itself is a splendid but the Public school not take away the responsibility of the Par ent who should understand that preservation of the eyesight is More minor Tant to their children than the a auctioneer Atlan please Call and have a Chat with me before dating qui rement of knowledge from watch your childrens no Tice if your girl is constantly frown ing or if your boys eyelids Are red and looking tired and that Peculiar scowl Between is one of the first signs thai the eyes do not focus Well and tha there is a straining of the the drawing together of the eyelids is an automatic movement to enable the child to see eyestrain is not alone an ocular but it a a reflex action on the nervous May be Foi loved by a series of till actions and is often the according to noted of such Remote disorders As loss by hear Burn and these represent some of the gastric reflexes of Eye Strain of which we in this More apparent to the Ordinary per son is the headache which accompanies eyestrain so mental dullness pain in the head or inattention and there Are hundreds of children who Are accused of being Dull and Are put shed by their parents for their a stupidity and neglect who Rea y Are suffering from defective by Given Correct the e Hildren would be ordinarily Intelli Many of the children in school cannot see the blackboard distinctly and Black Board work in Many cases would lose its terrors if spectacle were provided through which the Chile see the blackboard work with out How can parents prevent Eye Strau that is the important Thi Eye is used More than any other or Gan in the body and undoubtedly its Muscles were created to stand Strain to which modern life subjects them the school child is made to concen fee nitrate its attention and its sight Toi six hours each Day and that in Al is you grown up Man or can you do More Ihan apply yourself steadily for six hours steadily when the child comes Home from school he often has two or three hours extra study and this is often performed in an inferior Light and when the body is already a and should either be resting or is it not More important that Chil Dren should have Good sight and Good Leach than that they should know a new facts which will probably be for Cotton six months after school is tin shed of your child must study at see he does it under Best have a Good Light that does not if the Light comes from above prot the eyes with a the Light hould come from toe left Side always and should be sufficiently t is a much greater Strain on the Eye Muscles to see by poor Light than in food the More Light there is n the object to be but not in tie eyes the watch your childrens at the rat sign of trouble take the child to a dont buy any pair of lasses that Yon think will school authorities can do but t Home is where the Childs sight must e guarded and cared Good Man for soliciting inscriptions and a a guaranteed the right must references As to honesty and address Farmers White Wyandotte eggs for Sel per l 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 a goodly but a Well pleased we did our and our efforts were fully appreciate they Are a sensible were not impressed by the claims of outside dealers to greater honesty or better a discriminating observed that not a single retailer of Des Tim lao too or any place except the Monument Deal had agents located in the Homes of their competitors to prey upon the sip peat to the less admirable impulses of possible custom ers and the claims of any one so or so bereft of that finer sense of and of court Esy due a did not Appeal to we again thank them for their Confidence in our ability to furnish the Best at a John h g Petri and family Daniel w Grace family h c Conn Henry Schnoor Frank Hudspeth Frank Oconnell family mrs g a Lane Columbus Prah mrs a j Tichnor mrs Nora a Beers g h Mack Rill w s Whitney mrs e a Mcdiarmid or w s Greenleaf w j yokes mrs Thomas Hogan mrs g s Acker t j Warren William Murphy c h Goold family mrs Angle b Grout Lewis Kreitzberg a e Wilkins we James family Joseph Hanley g a Anderson Levi Disbrow mrs Ane Simonson mrs Mary Davis mrs James n Porter mrs Dina Boucly a l Gilson Roscoe Anderson mrs Frank Hunt j Kessler w h Jurgensen John a Tramm Peter Kroman w s cloak mrs Mary l Locke mrs r Schwenke g m Wilson miss Frances Sanford mrs g Holldorf s s Watson mrs Sadie Norris de Johnson August Johnson mrs Josie Okell August Beyer August Anderson mrs Amos Moreland g l Wilson Soren Mortensen Frank Thurman j w Ellsworth Lee Tillman Wilson Prall j b Jones mrs e a Huntoon h f Ege n Rupp Van Mccurdy Arthur Brockman mrs John Worthington Harlie e Smith John Heck miss Catner Peter to raised w k Alafe bag in mrs d w mrs j j s f fir Arak a c g Alfonso Long t jaca6 James Jones rally Jim Vav mahr l h Peter Beck mrs j i Phillip Kitina John Worski Attoa Fred d Chas l Mccorry mrs Hugh mrs m m ushered d and John i easy f soak Herman j s Warner Eugene Waters Erin Cris a Dierksen fit Aily we g m miss Josie Anderson or Allen Baxter miss Anna Morris Kedrick mrs e m a t r t Gro Enns Hermaa Kolste mrs f Lee h f Kerr miss Siul Rev j l Fisher Rasmus Hanson Adam Afi Hau James we Jewman h d a feeder Fred Kassel mrs Etta Boakai Dauti mrs Hans Trawn j p m Jasea mrs Watson s c Sletson c w i Acard mrs Mary Sci Tariff Matt Skepper Henbest in soil i mrs Sophia Mckerrow Chas h and Alfred Ait Derson Fred mrs w t in Fred Wick Tushaus a b Jil Organ whew i l k i Monument works we have no and anyone in need of our services is urged to visit our give us a we Promise to make 1

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