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Marble Rock Journal (Newspaper) - October 6, 1904, Marble Rock, IowaFlat ceiling the thing. Many women Are denied the happiness of children through derangement of the Tive organs. Mrs. Beyer advises women to use Lydia e. Pckham s vegetable compound. How to build a Chicken House that is Cool in summer and warm in Winter. There has been a Good Deal said about How Chicken houses ought to be built just Auw me to give our Riri Lueia a less useful Points regarding natural heat during cold Winter months. A Chicken House ought to have a Flat ceiling either tar papered or plastered the Walls too. July reason for having a Flat Ceil 1iouse with Flat ceiling. Ing is so that the natural warmth will be evenly distributed. Put up All the roosts that you have room for close to the chickens like to be Well plenty of head room. Win Dows should Only be half Way up the Side of the building As the Glass is hard Tion two Small holes up through the ceiling will be enough in the cold Matthew in epitomise mrs. Pix Kuam i suffered with stomach complaint for years. I got so bad that i could not carry my children but five months then would have a miscarriage. The last time i became pregnant my husband got me to take Lydia e. Pinklum s vegetable compound after taking the first bottle i tras relieved of the sickness of stomach and began to feel better in every tray. I continued its use and was enabled to carry my baby to maturity. I now have a Nice baby girl and can work better than i Ever could before. I am like a new wombs. Frame Beyer 22 s. Second St., Ite Riden Conn. Case which proves that no other Medicine in the world accomplishes the same results As Lydia e. Pinkham s vegetable compound. Deak mrs. Pik Klui i was married for five years and gave birth to two pre mature children. Aiter that i took e. Pinkham s vegetable com Pound and it changed me from a weak nervous woman to a Strong Happy and healthy wife within seven months. With in two years a Lovely Little girl was born who is the Pride and Joy of my household. If every woman who is cured feels As the melting of poultry process was hastened successfully by the experts at Rhode Island Experiment station. An interesting discussion is now go ing on among poultry raisers As to the possibility of hastening the Molt ing of fowls. It has not been believed that any method except a steady feed of Well balanced rations do this. There is an impression How Ever that even this does not always hasten the desired period As the egg saying period of the summer is some times extended by the High feeding thus pushing the period of Molt ing. Some one conceived the idea of starving the fowls Long enough to Stop the production of eggs and after Ward so feeding that the formation of new would be begun. It was reported that great results were obtained with this method. It does not Appeal to reason very much but the Little experimenting that has been done to discover what there is in it has Given results favourable to the method. At the Rhode Island expert educating Young horses proper bearing and training of it a task requiring skill and experience. 7 u have a Host of friends for every Day i bless you for the Light health and Happi Ness Lydia e. Pinkham s vegetable compound has brought to my Home. Sincerely yours lbs. P. A Haubt Flat 31, the Gorman itch Waukee actual sterility in woman is very rare. If any woman thinks is sterile let her write to mrs. Pinkham at Lynn mass., whose advice is Given free to All would be and expectant mothers. Forfeit if cannot forthwith produce the original Letten us Ilont Trei of Waluch will prove their absolute genuine Neie. Ejdla e. . Co. I to the Pacific coast every Day september 15 to october 15, from Chicago. Via the California express and Omaha the Pioneer limited through St. Paul and Minneapolis or the South West limited and Kansas City if you select the Chicago Milwaukee St. Paul railway Only 133.00, Chicago to san Francisco los Angeles Santa Barbara Portland Tacoma Seattle and Many other Pacific coast Points. Only Chicago to Spokane Chicago to Helena and Butte Ogden and Salt Lake City. For Frea books ind folders kindly fill out this Coupon and Nail to i to f. A. Miller g. P. A., the railway Exchange Chicago. Street address state probable destination k. N. C. Laying Ivere deprived of feed on the 5th of August and were made to fast for 13 Days. The hens finally stopped la ing eggs on the Day of the fast after the thirteenth Day of the deprivation of food the fowls again Given food a Little at a time but of highly nitrogenous nature. In a Short time the result seen in the formation of new feathers and with in 30 Days from that time the melting was concluded and the hens began to Lay. This Experiment Ivas made with Rhode Island reds. Whether Tho re sults can be obtained always is yet to be proved. It is a matter Well Worth looking into. A. 2o41" the season for culling. Now is the time for sending every old and superfluous Bird to the Market. The season is at hand when loafers in the poultry Yard should be culled out and sold. Old hens unlikely Pul lets and superfluous roosters Young and old. Should be placed in fattening quarters is 1st for else to casket. It pays either the fancy poultry breeder or common Market poultry men to win Ter prime Birds Only. There is no room to spare for non paying fowls and quite an amount is lost by keep ing the culls that Are found in the Best As Well As the poorest flocks. Full blooded poultry is always in de Mand and those who would sell a fancy prices must be very careful to closely cull Down to the Best specimens of varieties according to Standard re Quirici Citrus. Ine Urt Euer makes a mistake in keeping any fowls that Are undersized or lacking in Good Nat ural vitality though they come from a High priced Strain. The Best is none too Good for Breeding purposes m the production of Market poultry just the same As in the direction of the show room. Culling severely now and keep in Only the Best is the Way to get business Chicks next Spring Strong enough to get out of the Shell and grow and thrive in spite of the Vicissitudes they May encounter during growth. It is a Good plan to dispose of hens that Are late in Mol tire unless they Are of extra value. Such hens won t Lay eggs enough in Winter to pay heir Board. Upon chickens Are a fair Price on the Larket the latter pan of septet Ter condition if they Are sold Clossy with the other surplus fowls at this season. Then in november before the first cold snap comes to cause them to lose flesh we fatten and dispose of the rest of the Cul s to give the laying hens plenty of room. Crowding the poultry House causes disease and Dis Comfort and it is the healthy Happy hens that Lav the High priced Winter m. Wood in Ohio Farmer. The horse always has been recognized As Man s closest animal compan Ion and it is a question As to whether the Man Ever lived who did not Delight in driving or Riding a Good horse. This subject is of particular interest to every Man who raises or handles horses. An old saying is that eggs and Colts Ara much alike for they must be broken before the can be used. The proper breaking of a Coit. John Buckler who has charge of the me Buick Al me Iowa t Aye Imenit Blu Tion determines in Large part the future usefulness of the horse and no Man who has dealt in horses and experienced difficulties in their management will deny that there is much room for improvement in that line. Every Day brings fresh illustrations of improper breaking. Less than a week ago a Man drove Down to the Experiment station j barn driving a horse that had been handled for More than two years that had not been taught to Back. This is Only one of Many similar cases. Besides the losses resulting from improper breaking thousands of dollars Are lost to the Farmers every year by Selling horses that have not been prop Erly fitted for Sale. In breaking the first thing to he considered is the nature of the horse. The dispositions of no two horses Are exactly alike. There is also a great differ ence in the draft temperament and those More highly bred such As trotting and coach horses the former requiring much less preparatory handling than the latter. Alter studying closely the disposition of the Coit the next step is to Halter and in this As Well As All other periods of the breaking the person in charge should exercise patience. The Colt should he gotten into some shed or boy stall preferably one with a ground floor so there will be no danger of slip Ping. Now. With Halter to which is attached 13 feet of rope gently work around he Colt caressing him As much As possible Eoas to win his Confidence and when he sees you Are not going to Hurt him Jou can usually put the Halter on without any trouble. Now presuming this Colt to be one that will pull on the Halter take the Loose end of the rope and pass it through a Hole in the Manger or around a Post Bank Between the fore legs around the Girth and tie. The Colt is tied by both head and body step Back and let him fight it out which will take Only a Short time and when tied in this Way there is no danger of injury As is sometimes the Case when tied by the head Only. As soon As he gives up pulling go to him and Caress him. And by so doing give him to understand that you Are his Friend. It is Well to leave him tied for some Little time after which he May be led. Leading is a very important part. A horse Well broken to Lead is More at Tractive easier to handle and Rill com Mand a higher Price in the Market than out. Luul is Siul. u Diug to Lead Al ways teach the Colt to walk beside you and never allow him to follow along behind As is often done. This can be done by taking a whip in the left hand touching him up a Little from behind after being Well trained to walk beside you encourage him to Trot. Good barn ventilation. How to construct a vent which. Keeps out the Sun and freely admits the air. The animals in most barns Anil other farm buildings suffer much during the heated term from Lack of proper ventilation. The Cut shows a Good plan for keeping out the Sun. Glass May be covered with White Wash to which is added Salt and a Little linseed Vil or flour paste. This makes the Glass opaque. To arrange this Plati of ventilation the window is Hung on hinges at upper Edge. Side pieces set at an Augle Are attached to either Side of Frame As shown in Cut this Side piece also keeps out much sunlight that otherwise would come in at the sides of the win Dow. The window is raised or lowered and adjustment secured with pins in the holes As e. Homestead. Potatoes As feed for hogs. Potatoes Arfi Nuite largely fed to hogs but it is found advisable to boil them. In the new England states they Are fed extensively being boiled in milk and mixed with meal in a barrel. Frequently several bushels Are boiled at a time and when mixed with com meal make an appetizing mess. The Only fault to be found with this combination is that it is badly out of bal Ance. The potatoes Are Rich in starch and so is the Corn. To such of our readers As Are still following the old practice we would advise the substitution of bran or of ground Oats for the Cornmeal. This would make a fairly Well balanced ration. The canadians say that potatoes have a Good effect on the Quality of Bacon produced. There is probably no better use to which Small potatoes May be put than this. Louis Republic. Short St cited drummer. Foolish enough to Sam a poet mistress and soon Learned something. I hid Money order on i Village in said the Chicago drum Cier relates the daily news of mat City. Hen 1 went in to get it cashed i found a instead of a postmas Ter. Ine was gabbing away Wui another farm management that wins. Industry is not the Only thing required on the farm. If it were a great Many men that fail would succeed. Keeping at a thing not bring Success in spite of the trite saying that it does. Intelligent is and this kind of management often i quires a Good Deal of information n 1-Mttrai direct int woman and being in a hurry 1 spoke to in i her rather sharply. _ it Uncle employed her to gossip about neighbors. In reply she looked at the Oiler and said a. Blank he sir you will have to be Idem tied i half a dozen Lexers but she Flook dior i Oil my Collar but it no go. I Kidd Tassel her and she had a Chance to get even and As a Mauer of fact she kept me in that town for two u ii Ole and Ifould then Lia Nuj believe a lawyer Wiio came0 in to identify be. It s Aie enough to Tass Jour Landlady Tuten Art not Veinna on Liu Aiu but Don t try it on a has cot the United states eminent at her Back. The Way it peels. Child in berth of night Kumim i m so sleep. I want to go to bed. Mother but you Are in bed. Dear. To i m not. I m 211 a client of punch. Bates lower and service equal to the Best to All Points East via the Nickel Pete scud. Up to Date train service Cotis Bung of three thru express Xia ins daily made up of modern Day coaches Superb dining and sleeping cars offering a Quick and comfortable trip to it. Wayne Cleveland Trie Buffalo new York Boston arid intermediate tons. Individual Clia meals served in dining cars at i ices ranging from 35 cents to per meal for each person. Also service a la Coffee and sandwiches Send to _ passengers in their seats by i ajli1 s. At a Uhl Ull it vim to i Ultra Tiave Hng atone or accompanied by Chil Dren. No excess fares charged on any train. Stop Over at Niagara palls and Chautauqua. Lake allowed on All tickets. All t Ains nine at and Despai t from the new la Salie strict than for the Lait Todte rom with . It just to Iii Superior and Gicrar to a when to k. S. Mercue. Jupt. Coll. . Int. Jorv Tunc w. Douglis uni Corona col skin in i cof Tift Colt id to in i fated leather made. To room i Nixb Roi , my rss How to by mail. We oouola9, Wabash Banner Blue limited Between the finest Day train in the world. Leaves St Louis Union a. M. Leaves St. Louis world s fair a. M. Arrives p m leaves Chicago. 1163a.m. Arrives St Louis world s fair station p. M. Arrives St limn Union station.7.-03 p. M

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