Marble Rock Journal in Marble-Rock, Iowa 15 Sep 1904
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Marble Rock Journal (Newspaper) - September 15, 1904, Marble Rock, IowaShy two said. The egotistical youth. I Tive been called a mechanical what s a mechanical innocent irl. One who can make almost of How she exclaimed and Mold you make me a proposal bus dispatch. Going East this Bummer get the vacation habit. Drop your work and take a trip to some of the famous East Ern Bummer a sorts to easily and quickly reached by Nickel plate Road. Stop allowed at Niagara Falls and Lake on All tickets. Three elegantly equipped made up of modern Day coaches dining and sleeping cars running thru from Chicago to it. Wayne Cleveland Erie Buffalo View York. Boston and intermediate Points. The dining car serv ice of the Nickel plate Road Mei Tauave Aua As Guod As the Best. Individual club meals ate served at prices rang ing from 35 cents to meals Are also served a la Day co Gar less t _ issued of the most courteous treatment by our coloured porters in uniform Are instructed to give every attention to the welfare of our patrons. Tickets via the Nickel plate Road Are from 50 cents to 13.00 lower than tickets of the same class Between the same Points via other lines. All trains arrive at and depart from the Kew la Salle Street station. Chicago. Tor full information regarding tickets rates routes sleeping car reservations etc., Call on or address j. Rahahan general agent. 111 Adams St., Chicago i. Hints for farm builders Bow to put durable found Tim aft Dei Structure of seasons before. The illustration shows an excellent plan for putting a tight foundation ironical. . Would you please atop playing that Tor a Little Trozie your poor old Grandfather is try ing to take a saturday Jour Nal. Fits stopped free and permanently cured. No fits after first Day s use of or. Kline s great nerve restorer. Free anal bottle treatise. Or. Kline 931 Arch St., phila., a. The deaf mute husband. Had one advantage be did t have to look when his wife scolded. At a social gathering some time ago a number of deaf mutes were present. Refreshments Fere served during the evening and in handing a Small Glass of Ivine to one of the guests a deaf mute gentleman happened to spill a Evv drops on his Rife s skirt. The wife relates tie Philadelphia Public Ledger is a a deaf mute Ana it was Evi Dent that she took the mishap in a rather irritable Way. She wrinkled up Ier fore Bead and at once made a series of remark ably Swift movements with her nimble fingers. The husband looking exceedingly apologetic made a few motions in re turn. One of the guests who had noticed Little by play slyly slipped out a bit of paper 4 and Penc Iling some Ning on it handed it to i Friend. This ii what the letter read no matter Bow badly afflicted roman can still the Friend scribbled in return yes. But in the present Case the husband is luckier than the average. He does t have to visiting the president. Humorist Wilder had Many inter Esting things to say but forgot them. Marshall p. Wilder the humorist enjoys telling of his first Call upon a pres ident of the United states. This occurred during the administration of president says woman s Home companion the interview quite different from what he had imagined it would be tools place about like this taken in by or. Halford the president s Secretary. Were introduced or. Presi Dent. Or. Wilder ill. Wilder sir. Presi Dent How do you do or. How do you do. Me. President then we looked at each other for per haps 30 seconds during which time i 10 tally forgot the Fine speech i had prepared to give the president. I gasped oat president Good Day or. Was the polite response. When once outside 1 turned and Laid Halford will you please kick building food to bring the Baties arotm.4. When a Little human machine or a Large one goes wrong nothing is so important As the selection of food which will always bring it around again. My Little baby boy fifteen months old. Pneumonia then came brain and no sooner had he got Over these than he began to Cut Teeth and being so weak he Vas frequently thrown into Conn Illions says a Colorado Mother. "1 decided a change might help so took him to Kansas City for a Tissi. When we got there he was so very weak when he would cry he would sink away and seemed like he would Jdie. When i reached my sister s horns she said immediately that we must feed him grape nuts and although i Ilau Heyer Ticu life Yoou to Aquia and for a few Days gave him just Tae juice of grape nuts and milk. He got stronger so quickly we were soon feeding him the grape nuts itself and in a wonderfully Short time he fattened right up and became Strong and Well. That showed me something Worth knowing and when later on my girl came i raised her on grape Kuts and she is a Strong healthy baby and has been. Ton will see from the Little i Send you what a Strong Chubby youngster the by is now but he did t look anything like that is fore we found this nourishing food. Grape nuts nourished him Back to strength when he was so weak he could t keep any other food on his name Given by pos Tom co., Battle Ilich. All children Cut be built to a More sturdy and healthy condition upon grape nuts wad Cream. The food contains the elements nature from which to make the soft filling in Nerre centers and brain. A Well fed Drain us wrong Perrei inem a Terry. Look la to. For Tutto took Tai already built this is usually a difficult matter particularly if the building is close to the ground. Foundation should extend Down below Frost line. Dig a Trench t close to the barn As shown and then under the barn to required distance to accommodate Width making a foundation. Of foundation. Exactly under Edge of building at Bottom of wide Trench drive stakes and put Down a rough Board As shown in Cut. Fill in behind Board with Loose stones St Mitringa it. Boards and adding More stones until they stand level with the surface of the ground. The Trench outside the barn is now filled in with Earth packing Down solidly. Leave old beards where they Are. Flat stones f can now be put in above the ground and cemented. Some times it is found More convenient to place these stones before filling in out Side b. Brewer in farm and Home. Waste must be stopped. Many Farmers pail because they do hot practice any National sys tem of fertilizing. On the average the american Farmer wastes each year More than enough to keep his family. Enormous wastes Are going on in Many ways but the greatest one is the waste of farm Fertility. Preserve what Fertility is already in the soil and put More in it. It May be that some Farmers do not know the value of manure As some Are giving it away in order to get it out of the Way. Others Are burning the Straw stacks instead of using the Straw for . Would increase the value of the manure. I know this from observation. Farmers waste much of the value of manure by putting it in piles in the barnyard and letting it take the weather for months. If the big Money in asparagus. Demand a. O Cuccu a i Civ 01 i juju a great part of the Fertility finds its Way into it and probably one half of its value is lost. I think that if some of our Farmers could visit among the Rural population of Germany and note their methods for saving manure most of them would take a Lessen Home with them. Most of the German Farmers Are successful and their Success seems to be due to the care Ful saving and applying of Fertility. Why cannot we Stop this waste by saving and applying All the manure by keeping More live Stock by cultivating our soil properly and retaining the ele ments of Fertility and by studying the subject and applying the thoughts gained we must Stop this waste we want our land to be kept in a High state of e j. Waterstripe in farm and fireside. Give the boys poultry. One Way of inducing. Children to work contentedly and happily on the old farm. As usual there is loud complaint from farriers that the children brought up of the farm Are getting uneasy and want to try their wings elsewhere. This is not to be wondered at when these Young people hear and read of what is going on. In the world. The Monotony of country life seems unbearable to them especially when from the farm they obtain Only plenty of hard work the Ioco they eat and the clothes the Wear. True one May say that is about All anyone gets out of life but if we can plan some Way by which the Young people can make a Start for themselves e Spicl More contented. The Indianapolis news thick that poultry offers a Way of trying out the feeling of the Young folks at email expense. Give them a Chance to raise poultry and have the proceeds for their own use and in a year or two they will have become reconciled to country Hie and be willing to make it their future or j they will have shown their utter Lack of adaptability for it. In which Case the Best thing for them and for the Parent is to let them leave the farm and take up the work for which they Are better fitted but Don t lose your grasp on the Young people without first giving them a Chance to do for themselves on the farm and show what is in them. For in steadily and the mar Ket 0ood. Most Farmers would think an acre for manure would be an extravagant outlay of Money. But Down in new Jer sey they spend that much for stable manure at a ton and consider it a Good investment. Naturally they do not raise Corn or wheat or Oats on that sort they raise asparagus and get from to per acre returns from it. Experiments from four different kinds of fertilizer show that stable manure brings the largest returns. The differ ent fertilizers used were As follows manure per acre Complete Fertil Izer Complete fertilizer Bone and Potash Complete fertilizers Bone and Potash and nitrate of soda there is a constantly increasing de Mand for asparagus the Market Good Ana is Likely to for years ret hundreds of Farmers who own Good land near Large cities go on year after year Rais ing Corn Oats and other crops which yield them a Bare living. Asparagus is a sure crop a sure Sale and always profitable. The soil should be slowed in the fall and sub soiled then turn double fur rows five feet apart and place the roots five inches below the surface. Strey about one half the fertilizer in the Bot Tom of the Furrow Mil it with the soil and place the remainder on top after the roots Are planted. Manure Nan be applied after the. Plants have started to grow with Good advantage. Place the roots about 30 inches apart in the rows. Before the so Wii starts a tis Spring work the ground thoroughly with disc and Harrow and then cover the rows slightly with the single cultivator shovel set to throw dirt outward. Cultivate every ten Days thereafter and keep the soil in Fine condition. If bleached asparagus is desired throw a Ridge of soil Over the Row As soon As growth is started and Cut As soon As the shoots show through this Ridge a length of Sis or seven inches. If Green asparagus is wanted cover with Only about three inches of soil and Cut the shoots four or five inches. From 25 to 30 cuttings per year can be taken from a Good asparagus bed. The soil requires plenty of manure every season. Clin ton m. Shultz in Farmers voice. Points about vegetables Mew remedy for insects. The fact that the odor of Moth balls extremely repugnant to House assets Lias suggested to some ingenious mind the use of this remedy against outdoor pests. A new York Farmer who was annoyed by the ravages of of striped beetles on cucumbers employed mob with such Success that his Are imitating him. He placed a Clam Shell hollow Side opt the the Center of the Hill about twite in each hell. This might to Toto Witt meter la Wions Iweta. New Strawberry culture commonly accepted report has it that Good crops have been raised in barrels. The method of Strawberry culture shown in the illustration has been successful and profitable. Tight Iron bound barrels Are used with All but four of the hoops removed. Holes Are bored through the Staves at proper distances strawberries in Barbel. As shown plants Are set in these holes and the barrels filled with soil to the top. The average yield of berries is Over one half Bushel per barrel. The greatest advantages claimed for this method Are that no mulch or cultivation is necessary that the berries Are always clean and from Sand and Are far More readily picked than when grown in the usual Way. A tile is placed in the Center of the barrel As it is filled soil. This permits an even distribution of water from top to Bottom an abundance of which should be sup plied at All times. Plants which go to sleep. Some plants go to sleep every night. The Well known sensitive Plant or Mimosa in Daylight opens its fragile leaves which Are hard at work eating absorbing the carbonic acid of the air into Plant food. At night the Mimosa sleeps and digests what it has eaten and the leaves fold up double against each other the Stem droops and the Leaf is Limp and apparently dead. Sim Ilar to this is another Plant found As a Weed All Over the country East of the Rocky mountains known As the Partridge pea or Large flowered Sensi Tive pea. The leaves Are not so Sensi Tive to the touch but close quickly if the Stem is Cut. This is not a trouble some Weed. Putting away Sweet potatoes. In reply to a query concerning How to put away Sweet potatoes to keep for Winter use in the first place dig be fore Frost. Dry and Lay them away. Line a Box or barrel Well with paper and pet in a layer of potatoes about Lour and then a layer of paper enough to make a good1 division and so on until the Box is fall. Put them where you want them for Winter and keep the room below Freez ing at any time and 10 to to degrees is better. Keep in a dry and Yoc can Hare potatoes until bar Yon Don t eat a harm b. We Llama la fun or but Way. To Cook and hush room salad. Green peas should be soaked in cold water for some time before shelling. They will need no washing afterwards. Some Cooks boil the pods for a few min utes before putting the peas into the Saucepan. The pods Are then removed. This is said to give a Richness of . The French Way of cooking peas is to place a few leaves of lettuce in the Bot Tom of the Saucepan the peas being placed on them with just enough water to cover. Cook 15 or inner f necessary remove the lettuce Drain and season with Salt Pepper butter and a Little thick Cream. A vegetable rather neglected in this country but Well liked in eng and is variously known As English marrow vegetable narrow and Plain summer Squash. It has Small food value being nearly All water but it brings a Welcome variety to the table. The usual a of cooking summer Squash is boiling and serving like mashed turnip. A Way recommended by a writer in Shat to eat ought to be a Good one. The Squash is peeled the seeds removed through As Small a space As possible their space filled with chopped smoked Tongue. The vegetable is then boiled care being observed to keep it whole and served with a White sauce in bits of buttered Toast. The writer avers this to be a favorite dish of the poet in or rather of his portrayed. The poet prob ably took no care of what he should As Long As onions f Ormes no pan of the menu. Ripe tomatoes Ami fresh mushrooms a . Sarilu. Pm ecu Muziii rooms May be substituted although they Are not nearly equal. Peel the tomatoes by plunging in scalding water after which the skins will Peel readily. E them whole and chill on ice. Meanwhile clean Peel and break in pieces six or eight mushrooms. Saute in a very Little butter half a teaspoonful is enough for five minutes Cool and mix with a very Little minced onion and two Tablespoon Fuls chopped celery. Moisten with Mayonnaise. Cut off the tops of the tomatoes remove some of the pulp and fill with the mushroom mixture. Serve on lettuce leaves a spoonful of Mayonnaise on top. If canned mushrooms Are used Cook them a lightly by boiling and chop. Here s a Good one. If you Are going out after Black Bass take some Gold Ash. For bait. Jimmy Rourk the police Telegraph operator of the electrical Bureau department of Public safety is an ardent Fisherman and has made Many big batches in the Waters adjacent to Phil Adelphia says the press of that City. He has also told Many fish stories but the following is in a class by itself. Rourk tells it with seriousness and a affidavit As to its authenticity. Raising goldfish is a Hobby of said Rourk and a Short time ago after culling them out i found i had a number that were not of much account. The Good ones i kept for Breeding purposes. I generally give weaklings away but the thou rat came to me that perhaps they would be Good for Black Bass As the last two or three times i had gone fishing i had had Fisherman s Luck then i had tried All lands of bait artificial and otherwise but without Success. So with eight Lively goldfish in a tin of water and other bait in Case that should fail i started for my old fishing ground at Bristol a. After setting a boat i quietly dropped my line Over the Side with a goldfish squirming on the Hook and before i could say Jack away went my line with a Jerk. Within a minute i had landed a big four Pound Bass and when i placed my Landing net under him another three Pounder rushed at the goldfish s Tail protruding from the other fellow s Mouth. When i lifted the two Bass up the water under the net seemed to be alive with fish. Within a hair hour i caught 17 Black Bass ranging from two to four pounds each this with eight goldfish two at every dip of the net and one by jumping clean into the boat after the Hook. After 1 had used up my precious goldfish i tried other bait but the fish would t bite. It was nearly nine o clock in the evening when i reached Home and j after leaving the fish on a table. I entered the Kitchen. A minute later i i heard a the Erk in splash nor in my Seffl non tub. Thinking it was the cat. I hurried out with a Broom. I was rather j surprised to see several Bass going Over i the tub after More goldfish. This is j a mrs. Weisslitz president of the Man woman club of Buffalo n. Y., after doctoring for two years was finally cured of her kidney trouble by the use of lycia Al pin miam s vegetable of All the diseases known with which the female organism a afflicted kidney disease is the most fatal. In fact unless prompt and Correct treatment is applied the weary patient Seldom survives. Being fully aware of this mrs. Pinkham Early in her career gave careful a adv to the subject and in producing1 her great remedy for woman s Lydia e. Pin Liam s vegetable sore that it contained the Correct combination of herbs which was certain to control that dreaded disease kidney troubles. The vegetable compound acts in Harmony with the Laws that govern the entire female system and while there Are Many so called remedies for kidney troubles Lydia e. Junk Ham s vegetable compound is the Only one especially prepared for women. Read what mrs. Weisslitz says. Deas mus. Two years my life was simply a bin Den i suffered so with female troubles and pains across my cock and loins. The doctor told to that i had kidney troubles and prescribed for me. For three months i took his medicines but grew steadily my husband then advised me to try Lydia e. Pink Nam s vegetable compound and brought Home a bottle. It is the greatest Blessing Ever brought to our Home. Within three months i was a changed woman. My pain had disappeared my completion became Clear my eyes Bright and my entire system in Good fat la Weisslitz 176 Seneca St., Buffalo n. Proof that kidney trouble can be cured by Lydia e. Pitta s cup Tui Djerak mrs. Feel very thankful to you for the Good your Medicine has done me. I had doctored for years and was steadily grooving worse. I had trouble Vith my moneys and two doctors told me i had blight s disease also had falling of the womb and could not walk a Block at a time. My Back and head ached All the i was so nervous i could not sleep had hysteria and f painting spells was tired All the time had such a pain in my left Side that i could hardly stand of or inc. Doctored with several Good doctors but they did not help me any. I took in All twelve bottles of Lydia e. Pinkham s vegetable com Pound five boxes of liver pills and used three packages of san Tivo Wash and feel like a new woman can eat and sleep Well do All my own work and can walk two Miles without feeling Over tired. The doctors Tell me that my kidneys Are All right now. I am so Happy to be we and i feel that i Ore it All to your Opal St Ono Dalton mass. Mrs. Pinkhard invites All sick women to write her for advice. She has guided thousands to health. Address Lynn Haas. Forfeit if we of Aboto Ali ice trill prove their absolute Gnu Soenen. H. 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