Marble Rock Weekly in Marble-Rock, Iowa 8 Feb 1900
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Marble Rock Weekly, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1900, Marble Rock, IowaThe nerves of women Piu Vihani a vegetable compound believes the suffering from Perrei. Dear Mes. I am so grateful for the Benefit derived from the use of Lydia e. Vege table compound that i wish you to publish this testimonial that Othra May know the value of your Medicine. I was suffering1 such tortures from nervous prostration that life was a Burden. I could not sleep at All and As Vuu cult to walk across the floor Aid. The disease had reached a condition where my heart was affected by it so that often i could not lie Down at All a without almost suffocating. I took Lydia e. Pinkham s vege table compound and it worked like magic. I feel that your Medicine has been of inestimable Benefit to miss Adele Fox 196 is. Boulevard Atlanta a. Thin Sallow and nervous dear mrs. Pink Siam 1 was this end nervous. I had not had my menses for Over a year and a half. Doctored with several physicians in town and one specialist but did not get any better. I finally decided to try your Medicine and write to you. After i had taken three bottles of e. Areg table com Pound and three of blood purifier my menses returned and i feel As Well and Strong As i Ever did and am gain ing miss Lexa Gaines Visalia cheap land level. Uuttu make Oue m Louie a hic will answer a tace Ordinary a land level costs about which makes the Possession of one by the average Farmer a. Matter of too great an expense although he often has i Large loads a saving. Thil if a More important subject Juau must Are pre pared to admit much time is lost by drawing Small loads. Many times i seen Fannen going to a Load of Only 30 or 40 bushels. I can remember when a boy had to draw our wheat and Oats to Market a distance of 16 Miles. Even on Good roads we consid ered 30 bushels of wheat and 60 bushels of Oats a Good Load. We draw so bushels of and Don t consider it any too much. Where there is a Large Quantity of stuff to Market a third horse Well. You ear. Then put on 100 bushels of wheat and 200 bushels of for it in accurately fixing the fall of j of Oats one Man can do the work an drains the slope of irrigated Fields lev extra is saved and the third horse does Rothii fir hut draw Jura in. It will Eling the foundation and floor of a Sta ble Etc. The illustration a homemade level which answers the purposes mentioned very Well. First have made a water tight tin tube a a about 3vi to 4 feet Long and 2 inches inside diameter with no Elbow b on one end. Take a Wood Block c about 3 inches Square bore Hole through it size of pipe or tube and slip on pipe dont Balsam it it Tea golds coughs sore Throat crop Tina who Piaf cough bronchitis and asthma a certain cure for can sumption in first luge find lure Relief i i advanced Tjie at oct Tgu will the excellent effect till ant bold by dealer frit my 60 per bottle. As a per Scio. Big Fock Oats . Lacros5ew1s. Cheap land level. To Center talking care to have a tight fit. Now have the Tinner solder an other Elbow b on other end of pipe. Procure two Glass chimneys for incan descent Gas lamps such As can to Pur chased Ai airy hardware store in most towns. These chimneys Are not quite 2 inches in diameter and s inches Long. Cement one of these for Glass tubes a d into each of the elbows 15, the level is now Complete and needs Only to be adjusted on a tripod. For this if the Farmer does not care to make it himself use an Ordinary tripod e for a photographic camera which can be bought at photographic Supply store and will Cost about 51.25 or 51.50. Fasten level on the. Tripod when in use by screwing the Small screw in tripod head into the Wood Block c holding level. The whole device will not Cost More than 52 or to use the level fill tube with water until the water rises in Glass tubes to a height of 3 or 4 inches. By look ing through the glasses Cher the water surface the operator can signal to his assistant to raise or lower the tar get on a foot stick the same As done in practical surveying and thus establish a horizontal. Now by deduct ing the height of water level above ground from height of target he can ascertain the difference in height be tween the place where level stands and assistant has planted the foot Farmer. Potato cultivation. Westeen Canada. One of the Choice spots on the continent open for settlement. The following extracts from an interesting letter to the Ila son City Iowa Republican written by mrs. S. A. Brignani late of that place but now of ro5s Creek Alberta Canada so nearly describes most of the districts of Western Canada that we take pleasure in presenting tame to the at Tention of our reach Western . _ but draw Grain take one Livorse to draw the and the other two horses to draw Grain. A great Many loads of logs and bolts Are drawn past our House every Day in the tinier time. It is interesting to notice the difference in the of loads. Some with a Good team and a Long distance to haul will on a couple of Small logs while a neighbor with no better team will pile on ten or twelve legs As Large. What a lot of time is Here frequently Large loading is Oudone but More frequently Small loading is overdone. One of the handiest things we have on our farm is a Large Flat rack feet wide and 16 feet Long with a tight smooth floor Laid it. Use this j on our Low wheeled wide tire Wagon. It stays on All the time and we it three strip nailed around the outer Edge to keep loads from slipping off. It is the Best thing for drawing in Hay or Grain that 1 Ever saw. The can put on some monstrous loads of Hay and it is no trouble to put on go dozen of wheat or All that a Large team can handle. It looks like a Flat car while empty and the old fashioned rack looks like a toy beside it. Large loads of Hay pay Well. They save extra drives to and from the Field besides it does not take any longer to clean up the Bot Tom of the Load from a Large one than it Dees from a Small one. So time is saved in two ways Here. Saving time Means lots of Money sometimes in drawing Hay. It May mean the saving of Large quantities from being spoiled by getting wet. I have often wished for an extra Day to finish up the Hay. Had i used Large loads i might have saved a Good Deal from getting wet. These things mean business to every Farmer. The time is Here when the Farmer must use More business in his n. Cowdrey in country gentleman. Coff prospects und climate about Eluto Tuii x. W. Interesting letter from ills. S a. Brig Ham Laie of Mason City editor Mason City Republican. Creek Alberta x. To. T., Canada aug. 7, 1s99. Dear sir Are located in the Beaver Hills 30 Miles from it. Saskatchewan and 5l Miles from ammo non. To the cast of Init be is an immense area of Bot Tom lands which furnishes abundance of Hay for the settlers. It is dotted with Small lakes the largest of which is called Lake. 10 Miles in length. There i shelter for the cattle ind lories now feeding there. The Beaver Hills arc covered with Small Green Willows which Are easily gotten rid of before breaking up the land. Here and there Poplar Birch and Tamarack Trees abound. Small pfc Brnson former describes a method that has a Ever fulled to 1 Rottee a Good crop. Planting in february. The Farmer in the Southwest the Blunt ing at it time when the is covered Witt and in Yon in be Curmit Homi in Coa try where outdoor in orc h the year vat for n n the Southwest. Glimpses Tonsi Thoy Ris the Alino or. In Texas. To t fun a . B v. Vul e. O p. At fit l. So. Re. is. Louis. Luo. Brain a the food drink my Mode of potatoes a per haps a Little different from the age but i failed in a Reg a Good crop and i had As As to varieties at one time and nov ass took first Premium at our state fair. Evvs a Sebraska contributor to Home Stead. Pure seed is the first essential i Point then select Large sized tubers Lor i find in the vegetables As As in the animal Ding Dom that the arg est and Healthiest bring the Best re sults to Tyfo poor St ctr and seed for propagation the progeny Oon degenerate and become worthless. Next i Cut to one Eye in each piece and drop one piece in each Hill thus Ive get one Stem with healthy Strong roots capable of producing Large Pota toes. I select Rich soil of a Sandy nature if possible and this i plow at a depth of about four inches. In every four furrows i drop my potatoes one Eye in a place a foot apart in the Row. I follow by harrowing and Jasu before the sprouts get to the surface i har Row again As this idols All Young weeds and gives the potatoes the Start. 1 cult hat a three times but they should not be disturbed after coming in Bloom. Before the last cultivation. I follow tire r6ws a Hoe to see Itiat no weeds Are left therein As so top of potato mrs weeds. Can be raised among Grain of is not a stimulant like Coffee. It is a tonic and its effects Are permanent. A successful substitute for Coffee because it has the Coffee flavor that Al most everybody likes. Lots of Coffee substitutes in the Market but Only one food drink Grain of. All Gro can 15c. And is for not Tryx for Shade uj1 flu ii Lull la ill Ulula to told Etc 11 Good Supply of fruits a very Ood plan of management is to set in places where crops cannot be cultivated to an advantage. Trees for Shade arc Desir Able and there is no Good reason who these should not be Good fruit Trees As i Well As Shade Trees Only. The a Herr especially can be planted along the Road or about the Yard where there is More i or less tramping. Pears apples and peaches May be grown in places where a crop could not and by utilizing space it this kind to a Good advantage plenty of fruit voice. Could be remedy for consumption. A tue s y r u d bronchitis hoarse Tom Aithra whooping of. Crane. Dom Quick lure Romiti for of bars and Pencil Trees. Peaches like All other products of the soil need feeding. Potash Anri phosphoric acid Are the principal constituents required in Lanki rur Hie Fri it. An excess of nitrogen will produce rack growth at the of the fruit buds. Take for the peach tres rear the Kitchen door gets plenty of soapy water Winch contains a Large amount of Lye it Al ways has a full crop. A few pot Jris of j Potash and phosphate around each Iree during the later Inu Jug More than repaid for the trouble expense. The Neeti is a fully developed female Bee and is the Mother of All of the bees in the Kirk of whatever . Farm gr1ndstokes. When properly a lond a slightly inc veiled surface Tut in tie picture. Pretty hard usage. The softer the Stone the harder usage it receives. Its lot is almost As hard As trial of the boy on the has to turn it by the Hothir. The grinding surface of the Stone is More Likely to be shown at the left than it is to have an even face of these lulls is much Richer than the Bot Tom lauds being a kind of Black Leaf Mould. There is no Tough Sod to break and it. Is Virv productive. Wheat Oats and Barley do finely and vege tables Are the finest that can be grown. Potatoes especially Are and solid easily producing from 200 to 300 bushels per acre and Best of All never a Bug to wrestle with. Wild fruit berries gooseberries Saskatoon or Pine raspberries and cranberries Are found in the Hills. Small tame fruit docs finely the red acid White currants in Garden Are As Large again As common sized ones. We have Long Days during the months of june july one can see to read Many evenings until 10 o clock in the Twilight. Some nights less Tolian 3 hours of darkness and the Birds Are singing at 2 o clock. Then again it Rains so easily. You look to Ward the West and see a Little Cloud coming up a Gintle Shower follows the Sun shines Forth again and in a it to a while you forget it has rained. Cyclones Are Here and the Thunder and lightning is very Light. We had two storms this summer accompanied with wind and Hail but nothing to Lodge the Grain. The average heat is about to degrees. We Hud three or four Days in july at 90. F untrue and True Grindstone. Slightly Bevelled surface As at the right in the same picture. The former condition comes from grinding axes scythes machine knives Etc., with their edges Lengthwise of the Stone in Steid of Lacroi it. The s Carnot be helped in grinding Home tools. Cut the does assume this shape making it impossible to grind a chisel or any tool decently it is a Good time to get a Are usually hold it on the Stone Mirtil it is , the irregularities of the surface of the Stone have Disapio areas. A grinds by the Way should be left exposed to the Sun. The weight of the handle will cause one portion of the Stone to remain uppermost and this from exposure Wilt assume a Dif Ferent degree of 3i.irdr.--ss from the Side. That after awhile the slow wiil he out of a Circle. If the Stone wins to stand in he open a Flat bos can easily be at tainted to serve As a new yorker. Good work of n woman. A rear or two ago a vast amount of practical Good roads was clone ii Missouri by forming country organizations and the person chiefly instrument in forming hem inns a women miss Kella c. Lla her. J hat lady trav eled through the state and in the the Winter season is one of great activity. All the fencing is gotten out then and logs for the farm build Ings. Paying 25 cents you Are i grunted a permit at the land Oil ice to Cut logs upon vacant lands. The roads i Are cud and smooth for the meow i drifts not even around the buildings and this is a great of time to the Farmer. Ii by is hauled from the Bottom lands All Winter Long and a Man can work outside cry Day As far As the weather is concerned. There Are cold snaps when it reaches -10 and 43 below Zero but the Lack of wind prevents one realizing it and the mountains Lio Miles wait of us Are a great Protection. Our neighbors Are mostly scotch. Swede and we live a Nice sprinkling of people from the states. The creeks abound in Small fish. Are now in the midst of Hay Makby aug. Wheat will not be Cut until Early september this being a Little later season than common but the crop will be immense. I Send you a Sample of wheat and i height is almost even with my Shoul Ders average 50 inches. Newcomers lacking binders can hire their Grain Cut for 75 cents per acre. Nine chickens Are Here by the thousands. The is Gool. We a. Well a i feet deep. 3n the creeks the water is soft and of a Yellowish Colour. Then Are surrounded Vith we have no less than la single men in this neighbourhood on Matrimony Bent. When a feminine Ner h r of any Nguc Between 14 and 40 visits thei a Hills we pity her so great is the demand for her company. In eone Linnion. The remainder of cur loved ones were Here with us. We should better enjoy life on toss Creek and unless the unexpected develops consider this will be a pretty fair lace 10 end our Davs. s a. Brigham. The Pacific Oriental Voll leave Brand station new York i by Tho new York to very in i the Vear it and the fourth night there i at j Vancisco ready course of a year organised co Assoc a for delivery or trans Fer to the steamers for tons. An interstate Road convention i Australia and i China see the round the world Foider just ise cd by the York Centra lines. subsequently held in St. Louis and there was formed an in i Erst a e Good roads and Public improvement Assoc and miss Huber was made its Secretary and organizer. She has this year been engaged in similar work in Illinois abiding the state into Good As a Center and holding conventions in these cities As a basis of build ing up a healthy Good roads sentiment. A Simsjr plan might be profit ably tried in other states. A copy be sent Froe Post paid on receipt of three cent in by George h. I Genera a agent grand Centra. Station York. One to an slyly. Fun psf on to you Vesto some soup a Civ Iny . Waiter 1 Cryn carry. 1-ut you see Tan so in f Jou in pub me a or not r. Makes . What to eat. In Milf Medicine. In puerto Rico. It 5s said that there Are on the pay oils of Ilie department of Public works in puerto Eico who Are engaged in Road building. 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No amount of persuasion can induce those who have onco used it to use any other especially Tor preserving and purifying the skin Scalp and hair of infants and children. Cut Cuka soap combines delicate emollient properties derived from Cotic Toa the great skin euro with the purest of cleansing ingredients and Tho most refreshing of lower doors. To other medicated soap Ever compounded is to be compared trite it for preserving purifying and beautifying the skin Scalp hair and hands no other foreign or Domestic toilet soap however expensive is to be compared Trittin it for All the purposes the toilet Bath and Nursery. Thus it combines in on soap at Oak Price viz., Westt free cents Tho Best Ekin and completion. Soap Tho Best toilet and Best baby soap in the world. Complete external and internal treatment for Ever Rumor of Cuti Cuka soap to cleanse the of Ami. Scales in l to Tuti the thickened cuticle Cuti Cuil oin Thiemt to Inott Kintly itching nod irritation nod Sooj her aaa i Tolg heal hid be solvent , to Cool and cleanse the a Ioctl a single is often sufficient to am the and humiliating skin Scalp nud blood Humours of hair when ult Elee fails. Cop.r., sole fropn., Boston. Ilow to Buve Tho Blair a lond and of suffering neuralgia gentlemen i have been sending to you for your drops for several parties who have used it Anci Wiki Sav it is the Best they Ever used. One old lady has Lead neuralgia for 40 years has tried nearly everything she could Bear of. Without relict until she commenced using "5 drops and now she is Nof troubled with Tho disease. Each one that has used it says it is the Best stat by and ail join in of "5 for the enclosed Money Send me three Large bottles of "5 one package of pills plaster and Harry them Forward without delay. Jan. A 1900. Samiuel Speegle Falkville Ala Genie Man my Mother mrs. Eliza Austin of Fremont wis., has been almost an invalid for years with rheumatism and for the past five years has not been Able to walk rods until she began to use "5 about Twer months ago. She now walks a mile at a time and is doing All her own work in the House a thing she has not done for a ears. You Are at Liberty to publish this testimonial with my flame and also my Mother s. Dec. 27, 1399. Jirs. C. H. Purdy Waupaca. Wis t powerful specific known. Free from opiates and perfectly harmless. It it lit of. And euro for Khen Matlyn Acthen i Iii _. Imbt. I i pm nor ttc., Etc. N a vc10 guv Rirs to "5 urop3" at least i c. t v . He m in for 1 or. It f in lilt Oil Mik t Elx Fly 6 Bollier jori6fc in nit to late at to Day. Jinkeun Vic cuke co. Lake St., Chicago ill. Constipation i Bare gone 14 at a time trl Shont a Uva Carent or the Buwen not Bulna Able to More them except by Tsirik hot water injections. Chronic constipation for seven years placed Moia terrible condition Hurin that time i Ilia of Erst Hingl heard of but never found and roller sufi was Roy Case Unhul i Dockan using cascarkt3. I now have from one to three passapera Day and if i was Rich 1 give co for each Uio ement u i Ellef at meal Hunt. J 15s3 Russell St. Detroit in Loti. Of Choice to lands o. Tact Nentin water it a. Here is grown no. Luardo Brines the Lii Price in the Market world. Of tie Are fattened without Seifi fed Antl without a Dij 3 Shel Ter. Send for inform Tom senile a free Home in Western Canada. Write superintendent of mini Urratio. Ottawa or the undersigned. Who will mail you atlases. Tick Irti of co it. K. I . Of Nihi . Canida or to c. J. Cd Buchtolt 1223 Mon lock lilt Chi Aio. Ill t o. Us Krill St Corni Point. M v incl Gnu. So 1 i. Caves. Had ate. Mid James Jit s. H 1300 my 81, or voices. A. Tiu Cut kist. Fort a mine p Crisant. Palatable i of tent. Truth Goon. By Good. Never is Csc a Gritie. 10c.20c.6c3 cure constipation. I it Iii to two. 333 free f. At for _ i March it has the full Strun and the at is Catchy equal to Sousa s. Send ten cents in Money or Stamps to George c. Johnston. Allen Bias. Cincinnati. O. D Scoter Iloo. Or nn4 111 or. Ii. Ii. Box a atrial it Gaw it is to know vre cannot give Lippi less is thou receiving Eholt s Maga Ness Rise. History has to repeat itself because pea pit to daily old soldiers i1f-.vkt Copp. Wat Moncton. N c wants the Sidd Russof a try Union Soldier maid a Home Stead entry of Jess than one bundred and sixty acres june 22. the Soldier he not sold his Honeo cad right u c to lbs a 11
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