Marble Rock Weekly in Marble-Rock, Iowa 24 Feb 1898
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Marble Rock Weekly, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1898, Marble Rock, IowaRheumatic pains confined to her bed but Hood s Sarsaparilla cured her. I was taken with rheumatism and suffered a great Deal of pain and at times i was confined to my bed. I obtained Only temporary Relief from medicines and k Friend advised me to try Hood s Sarsa which i did and it cured Centralia ill of s Sarsaparilla la America s great cil Medicine. Is six for 15. Bed Kobe. 25c. Florida and son the jul ale flyer Konte. Double dash sleepers Between Nashville and Jacksonville via Chattanooga Atlanta Macon and Tifton. Buffet Sleeper Between 6t. Louis and Charleston via Cash Rille Chattanooga Atlanta and Augusta. For information concerning rates to Winter resorts. Land and Home seekers excursions South sleeping car reservation etc., apply to Briard f. N. P. Aet. 32s Marquette bldg. Chicago or j. H. Mittler n. W. P. At. Bos 609 St. Louis to. For pamphlets regarding lands resources of country traversed by Nash Ville Chattanooga St. Louis railway address j. B. Kiili Breve immigration agent Boom 75 chamber of Commerce Nashville _ february excursions. For visiting the ing thib month via the Louisville Cash title Kai Hoad Are As follows Home seekers excursions on first and third tuesday at about one fare for the round trip. Florida Chautauqua at Defuniak Springs begins on the Lily inst. Splendid pro gramme Beautiful place Low rates. Mardi gras at Mobile and Kevvn Orleans in 22d inst. Tickets at half rates. For full particulars write to c. P. At More general passenger agent Louisville kv., or j. K x up. -1 perhaps Yon have heard of a railway system running Between Chi Cago Milwaukee St. Paul Minneapolis Ashland and Duluth known As the wis Consin Centra lines. Before making a journey to any of Northwestern Points inquire relative to the fast and elegantly equipped trains which leave Chicago daily via the Wisconsin Central. Your nearest ticket agent can give you Complete information. Jas. C. Pond g. P. A., Milwaukee wis. Map Puzzle educator. Sent out by the Chicago great Western railway is a dissected of the United states printed of heavy cardboard and the Puzzle consists in putting the pieces together As to form the Complete map. It will be found interesting and instructive to old Young. Send ten cents to Puzzle dept., Chicago great Western ky., Quimcy build ing Chicago 111. Laud unit a living Are Best and cheapest in the new South. Land s3 to an acre. Easy terms. Good and Choches. No be Ards. No cold Waves. New illustrated paper land and a 3 months for 10 cents in w. C. R1neakson, g. P. A., Queen Crescent route Cincinnati. Looking for mid. You will always love me you think i m a to Date. Mothers must be an awfully Good thing children cry for them so Globe. It is astonishing How Many people criticise things they know nothing after a girl passes 26, she should quit the baby Globe. The farming world. Setting peach Trees. A Lulu fruit grower tells How Nail when to it. One year ago last May we set 100 peach Trees. Having often heard the advice Given to set Small Tri to instead of the Lars re first class ones we fell that possibly we had made a mistake vibe a giving the order. Wishing to save the time of one or two Jears growth it possible we ordered the Best two year old Trees. They were shipped in Good condition and were set As soon As received. Thev were Well set allowing All roots their natural position. We Cut of Tiv roots off that would otherwise be cramped or Bent up and Cut Oit All injured or mangled portions of roots. Did not dig All the Holts before begin Ning to set the Trees As some do but set stakes for the Trees and then brought the Trees out to a convenient Philoe in the Orchard covering the roots with a Quantity of wet Straw and Moss with blankets Over this. It takes very Little hot Sun and still less of drying Vind directly on Plant or tree roots to affect their growth. The selected for the Trees had been slowed very deep and thoroughly fitted before the Trees came. Each Hole was dug for the particular Root that was to be planted in it. After the Hole was dug the tree was placed in position when Man no. 1 held it there and tramped the Fine soil about the roots As Man in o. 2 shovelled the dirt in. After the Trees were planted we Cut them Back or pruned them until they had the appearance of a Vehip Stock and that about feet in length. It Sei lib til must a waste of growth and the wrong thing to do to prune a Nice free so severely but our limited experience in this line has taught us that it is the thing to do and the tree will soon More than make tip in growth for this out of the 100 we have lost Oue True. They have made a i Kenjar Kalule growth and we have regretted setting Large Trees. The above Trees Are Well filled with fruit buds but buds on a peach Tiee this time of year cannot Al ways be considered buds of Promise. We did not consider it necessary to lose the use of the ground while the Trees were getting Large enough to fru t. We set strawberries for plants in the rows of Trees and three feet from this Row on each Side just half Way Between the tree rows one Way we set raspberries. Trees Berry plants and All were mulched with stable manure one year ago and All expressed their thanks for it in growth the past sum d. Olin in National Stock Man. Wet weather roads. The xe1v world. Plants and Flowers. Cut tanks in St Mil the Juenst method of . What is called the mud system of rooting cuttings is often used for Small quantities. A shallow dish of any kind which will hold two or three inches of said is selected. The Sand is entire nerved As evaporation takes place. Cut Tings or slips Are set in this mud Bath chocolate celebrated for More than a Century As a delicious nutritious and flesh forming beverage. Has oar Well known yellow Label on the front of every package and our Trade Mark la Belle Chocolatier on the Back. None other genuine. Starting cuttings in Sand. Which is placed in the warmest win Dow of the House. Being surrounded by couture they can stand the Sun without wilting. Hoot the hardier kinds first such As geraniums Verbena and fuchsias coleus Heliotrope etc., can be left until later. This method is Well adapted for Small House conserva tories As this is sometimes obtained by heating in or fifteen degrees above the air in the room it causes the quickest growth is Well As the window. A Bot Tom heat an enclosed space with a common Oil lamp placed below it. Young seedling plants Are Verj Apt to Damp Oft in their Young stages. It is found that this occurs simply from exposure. If the Xoung plants just As soon a in is handled Are Liffland reset in the soil deep enough to expose onh the seed this Damp ing off is completely checked and it rarely occurs and Home. Made Only by Walter Baker co. Ltd. Dorchester Flass. Klondike when to trim Treen. It does not pay to doctor up old neglected Trees except to got a Supply of fruit until Young Trees become beara ble. Apple Trees Are very cheap. If some Ohl Trees Aie desired to be kept prune during mild weather before 1 tint Frost. Prune to a Init air and Sunshine ii so to remove limbs that Cross each or chafe. To the pruning is used with discretion from the time the tree is Young n ranch better tree is secured. If the ground is poor tree scabby or of weak growth give Good dressing of barnyard manure but if the Wood is vigorous and soil Fairfi Rich i would give each tree one Peck acid phosphate or Bone dist and one Bushel unleashed Wood ashes scattered evenly Over and beyond the roots. Gardening. To liver arc madly a cd a in Verv of the country. Perhaps never does the need of Good Road Manifest itself so strongly in a conic unit of Farmers As where they attempt to carry 011 a cooperative Enterprise such As a Creamery or a cheese factory. So Long As the Farmer at Home on his own Laud it makes no difference to him whether his in ooh As Asphalt or rough and Stony As n Mountain or whether Thev be hard and Leve. Like the English High ways of Macadam or soft and Stuky Liu Julio a mind a bit rat it a Only when it comes to going to town especially if it be with a Load of crops that the condition of the Hig Havay any figure. And it becomes More ii portent than Ever where Farmers Are obliged to drive to a Creamery each in the j ear with their milk. In most of the states Dairying has Only of late become a great Industry but its continued growth Calls More loudly than Ever the construction of roads will enable the Creamery patrons to deliver their Mill without Vav eating out their horses whenever the weather takes an unfavourable my. Wet weather roads Are needed Here and Dairying can never be a Complete sue Cess without them. To gov. William aroused in the Canad la the exhibits of grains and grasses. Roots and vegetables the product the Fer tile lands of w e s t e r n Ca n a d a which were made at the several state and county fairs in some of the Western states this fall have awakened considerable in Terest in the lands which the Canadian government has opened for settlement and which Are Given free to settlers. The agents of uie government who Are to be found in these states Are flooded with inquiries re Garding the conditions on which these lands May be secured. Large numbers have located on these lands during the past year and Send Back to their friends most encouraging reports. They say they have entered on an Era of Prosperity and Are Well pleased both the agricultural possibilities and the climate. The provinces of Manitoba country is specially adapted to Stock raising it is being profitably pursued. In parts Snow Seldom remains a week at a time the warm breezes from the Ocean affecting the climate thus favourably. When the desirability of these lands is fully known there will be a Rush such As has scarcely Ever be fore been known. Information As to Low rail Way rates illustrated pamphlets etc., will be forwarded with pleasure by the department of the Interior Ottawa Canada if you Are not in Possession of the name of an agent of the government. The Silver lining still no Money do you think it is a pleasure for me a this Winter weather in Snow and rain to Call Here every Day Don t be Down hearted. The Spring Vav ill soon blast Ter. F and Hay fever have been treated by or. P. Harold Hayes and associates of Buffalo n. Y., and the evidence that a cure to stay cured can be accomplished is As Complete As is abundant and convincing. All who suffer or have friends who suffer can have books and Blanks for free examination sent on application and after receiving a state ment of the Case or. Hayes will write his opinion As to durability free. The Yong idea. Mamma i guess i know Why or. Bum by its in the front Row at the my so everybody can see that he s got a Little hair left chronicle. Thin How to make gun in of. In directions last week in this paper for making Grain-0, it should have been stated that a tablespoonful not a teaspoonful be used to two cups of cold water. Try it this Way. Hla apprehension. De feel so sorry for those cad Dies miss i m afraid some of them May grow up to become Golf to comm Pylon. Kemp s Balsam will Stop the cough at once. Go to your druggist to Day and get e Sample bottle free. Large bottles 50 and go at once delays Are if you Are interested and wish to Post yourself about the Gold Fields of the Yukon Valley when to go and How to get there write for a descriptive folder and map of Alaska. It will be sent free upon application to t. A. Grady excursion manager c. B. Q. R. A 211 Clark Street Chicago. My
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