Marble Rock Weekly in Marble-Rock, Iowa
19 Jul 1900

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19 Jul 1900

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Marble Rock Weekly, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1900, Marble Rock, IowaCover for Haystack. Will pay Tel it Mth Siscle in Ike my it will go like Lai in where Hay is rather than stored in barn or mow there Are tons wasted und spoiled every season. In feeding though the great est care be taken it. Nil be impossible not to open a stuck in some went her that will ruin the exposed Hay. A cheap and convenient Caner can be made that in one season More than pay for itself in the Hay it Mill preserve Cut two 16-foot two by fours in two pieces each of e Jual length which Mill eight feet. With some rough lumber Best Are the War Are to tee Fri or to Tom Sermon. 1 credit Didlot seek. Cover for Ord up a Side by laying the studding Kex feet apart and cutting the boards of that length. When you have the two sides boarded place the two ends of the sections together. This will be the Apex of the cover. The two by Tours should have been left projecting inches in order Bolt the two sides tog Ether at the Apex. This cover will form a Root that will turn All storm and preserve the As Well As to Laniga stored in a barn. As they Are made in sections of six feet each Only that much of a stack need be Cut Down at n time. In order to hold the covers firmly in place bore an Inch Hole in the lower ends of the two by fours and with a piece of smooth wire or rope hang a heavy weight to it or stake it Down to the ground. This cover will be found especially useful in the Spring of the year. Farm ers All know value of good1 Hay to working horses and also to Stock even uhen there is an abundance of Green feed. However Good Hay is a scarce article in the Spring. If it has been unprotected or exposed it is certain to be Musty and spoiled. And where a stack is open to the Spring Flins it soon unfit for l. Irwin in Holb Farmer. It does Cut Cost any More to raise pure bred Stock than half Breeds and. Inferior scrubs. The Only difference the Cost is the initial Purchase. Pure bred naturally costs More the inferior animal but in the end such animal May prove cheaper than three or four scrubs. The Farmer who starts in with the idea and buys Only a Little blooded Stock As he can afford it. Increasing Herd gradually May find in the end that he. Is in a much bet Ter position than his Nieghbors who buys any son of cattle simply because they Are cheap. The reason Why More not Start or. With the idea is because they have the erroneous belief that it costs More to maintain the blooded Stock. This is not True at All. For the Fine cattle do not require More food nor better surroundings Ihan should Given to any farm animal that is Worth an j thing. If the Farmer s style of keep ing cattle is to neglect them and let them practically shift for themselves the scrub Stock May be better suited to his purpose for the half wild animals Are undoubtedly hardier than the Well bred ones anti they will be Able to pick a thing Sincli better on a cold cheerless and almost fool less Range. But where the animals Are kept care fully according to modern ideas of cattle raising with sufficient food to Nour ish them and proper shelter and Protection the blooded animals Are just As cheap to support As the poorest scrub. This Beig the Caso no fax mar can Letl Llinat he is not Able to keep a few and. In i time to substitute them entirely for j his inferior cows. Pigs sheep anc1 cat j tie. Let him begin weeding out Grade j ally All the poorest of his flock and i make every addition be of the pure i bred animals. It is better to do Thia even if Only one or two can be Pur chased a j ear. The flock will increase in the natural Way and As it multiplies the owner will realize that he possesses something that Marks the Cream of the Trade. Every animal that he brings into the world has its Price and a Price that fluctuates less than that Given for inferior Stock. Such Well bred Stock can always sold. There is scarcely a Herd of Good pigs cows or sheep that Jaimot filid a Good customer even in the midst of Dull depressed times. This is the financial difference in the returns of the two herds. One adds to Uncertain and varying income the other brings an Assurance of cer Tain definite profits and Valuet that can be depended upon at All tires. The Man of business sense can re Atily see which Nill prove the most profitable to him in the Farmer. Sutake. A lady who keen Rammer Boft Ding Skouse at the seashore near Boston went Down the Ether Day to look the House Over and find out what must be renewed. She found numerous umbrellas left by former boarders says the Boston transcript and tying them together she took the bundle to Boston to have them repaired. She stopped ill at Hovey s and Laid the bundle 9m the floor at her feet at the counter. She had made her Purchase she for got her umbrellas. And absentmindedly picked up an umbrella lying on the coun Ter thinking it hers or Dot thinking at All and started off. Then the owner of the umbrella a Wom an standing next her seized her and did Verv sharply you have taken pay us Verv sharply Lou have taken my us of course she apologized feeling much Cut up about it and went on forget Ting in her fluster her own bundle of umbrellas. The next Day on her Way to Cam Bridge she Hovey s and readily recovered her lost package of umbrellas which had been kept for her. On the car for Cambridge she noticed a lady eyeing her very closely. Presently this lady leaned Forward and said to her with elegant emphasis you seem to have been More fortunate it was the lady whose umbrella she bad taken the Day before. Choate and the baby. The american head Alt i Japan has become alarmed Over one of tic meet charming aim Paar ration of Many of her residents to this coun reached via the Chicano Milwaukee k St. I a that they Are lured Here by Paul railway. Misrepresentation and then turned adrift la idea item location Beautiful scenery this is like the misrepresentations which Good hotels and Complete immunity from delude people into believing that any other Hay fever make a summer Outing at mar Raedine is equal to stomach Quette mich., very attractive from bitters for stomach disorders. In the bit standpoint of health rest and Comfort. Ters lies safety and surety. H is Worth its for a copy of the Lake Superior c weight in bold in All caws of indigestion con and ague. War the Imperial Arsenal at sing i is run Ning nights making Metal scare Heads on them. Pucce Bung is buying up All the two handed Ivo Oden swords for the of the Roya guard. Twenty stands of firecracker guns hive been seized in the province of tata nip. Handles Are being fitted to a thousand dozen enamelled toasting Forks. Two Hundred assorted kites in the shape of Demoniac dragons Are to be sent up to Fri Liten away the foreign dogs. Twenty fire thousand War gongs Are be ing lacquered in colors and provided with Bamboo Thumpert. These will be beaten upon As soon As the White devils appear and Are expected to throw them into a Blue panic. There is a brisk demand for Canton mat Ting Bombproof with Rice paper prayers gummed on them. These Are certain to turn aside the shells from the invaders heavy siege Plain dealer. Do your feet acute shake into your shoes Allen s foot ease i powder for the feet. It makes tight or jew shoes feel easy. Cures Coras itching Ziuba Nilor i full swollen hot callous smarting sore and sweating feet. All druggists and shoe add ecu i. Stores sell it 2oc. Sample Lent free. And i dress Allen s. Olmsted Leroy k. Substitute for Hay. That Corn Cna be used in Ltd excellent the experience of last summer so far As the Hay crop was concerned. Ought to put. Farmers on their Genaro to avoid a like result this year. To tha Man experience in growing crops is limited Corn should by the crop on which to Bank not Only for needed summer but to har Vest is a substitute for Hay if be Etc. The soil should be Well fitted and enriched Anci the seed of the variety selected drilled in so that it Nicaj be dropped in three rows at a time. Cultivate in usual Way. And thai portion not used As Green food during the sum Mer should be harvested Bexar Frostin the fall. If Well Cut cured and housed. This Corn Stover will make an excellent substitute for Hay if properly manipulated before being fed. Vast quantities of Corn fodder Are yearly ruined by being left in the Fie a during heavy frosts that take much of its Nutriment. If a silo is not on the farm store the Corn stalks undercover after curing. And when about to feed cot in a machine that will split the lately at the opening of a free Library at Acton England Hon. Joseph h. Choate the american ambassador to great Britain j delivered an address and caused much in the composition of some humorist from i laughter by his Impromptu references to a i which he expected a Good Deal when he was . Jelsi Auli Iii iu6 at Tention of the audience by making its voice i heard at the most inconvenient moments 1 says the san Francisco Argonaut. The first interruption occurred Early in the speech. Or. Choate was saying there is .1 Spe Cial provision for children in your Library and 1 think when men come to make a Choice of a residence in Acton they will not forget that Here the baby screamed a such a manner As to drown the words of the speaker. There was some disturbance but or. Choate said Don t be disturbed by the baby. Nobody knows bet Ter than my lord Bishop that out of the Mouths of babes and suckling cometh wis things went fairly Well after this the baby appearing to be flattered by the reference until or. Choate saying there is a Book with which All of Lake Superior com containing a description of and the Keoppe country address with four 4 cents in Stamps to pay postage h. Heafford general passenger agent Cuci Cago 111. Mars searching among the Start for one whom Ould love him for himself alone had assumed a modest disguise. That be wooed Venus and told her of his love. Are she asked caution try. He cried you insult for sinus As every one ii dog Star. Cincinnati enquirer. Hot the to Nutter what ails Yon head Acta to a cancer you will never get Well until your bowels Are put right. Case Areu help nature cure Jou without a Gripe or pain easy natural movements Cost you just 10 cents to Start getting your health Back. Cascaret Candy cathartic the genuine put up in Metal boxes every Tablet has c. C. C. Stamped on it. Beware of imitations. Tirol Tsoa of the blood a affair of the daily Newi. Tran in the Telephone. Wilile living at his Home at conn., hark Twain was one morning deep j to the Telephone. He told the servant to receive the message and bring it to him but in a few moments Nas informed that the party at the other end of the wire wanted him. Proofed at the interruption Mark went to of Telephone and after Hellwing for some time without an answer he used some language not generally seen in print but High was certainly picturesque. While thus engaged he heard an answer in astonished tones and recognized the voice of an eminent divine whom he knew very Well. Is that you questioned or. Clem ens. "1 did t hear what you said. Mar but Ler has been at the Telephone and said he could t understand improved hog trough. It in to clean and so constr noted that the smaller Piffl can t be Cran Dea oat. A hog trough made As illustrated i simple of construction hosts cannot get into it or crowd smaller ones an a it is easy to clean and there is nothing to get out of order. The Bottom pieces Dor went on it is Ecclesiastes and it Gays that of the making of books there is no her Ftp of to Avail. A determined woman from the West visited Washington not Long ago for the Pur pose of interviewing a member of the cab met on a subject of interest to her. She called As it happened just at the time when the frauds in the cuban postal department were made Public and the majority of the president s advis Sre absorbed in consider ing the matter had Given instructions that they were not to be disturbed. So Vou refuse to take my card to the Sec asked the determined lady 01 the messenger. It would be against my orders and i Don t dare replied the messenger politely. The visitor turned away in High dudgeon but a Happy thought occurred to her and she retraced her Steps. Here my she you take my card i m paid a bigger salary than that to keep your card out Madam responded the shaking his head. N. Tribune. As Cut of Nam. Moisten the fodder with ground Grain and All of the Stock even the horses will thrive upon Prairie Farmer. Electric Power electric Power has not been used to any great extent in agriculture so far though it seems Well adapted to it. In Bavaria however an Experiment is being made on a Large scale by an association of Farmers who Are building a large., Power station for the Supply of electric Power to the near the Village of the Power station is of the mixed Type both water wheels and steam engines being used in it for generating electric currents. The motors Are made very compact and simple and of course enclosed so that the enquiring farmhand May not break them or get his fingers nipped in them. Other associations in other parts of Ger Many Are awaiting the Success of the Experiment with a View to adopting similar systems. It is estimated that the Power thus distributed will be car More economical than steam or animal Power on the various farms and far More satisfactory. A clean feeder. Consist of two heavy planks a 2 or 3 inches thick and one 1-Inch Board a fastened together a shaped with closed ends. Upright pieces Are fastened to the ends of Bottom pieces. Across the uprights on one. Side two boards Are nailed. The lower Board should not be nailed too close to the trough or it will interfere with cleaning and putting is water. Sail another Board a across uprights. Then bore Hoki in the upper Edge of the Plank and place some old buggy spokes in the holes and fasten upper end of buggy spokes on c. Place the trough so As to form part of the Fence and it can be cleaned and the hogs watered without getting into the a. Howey. In farm ind Home. Shepherd. Sheep we too slow in their More hit f which cover wort ground a Day Art More inclined to Berd in and less addicted to scattering. When a few goats among sheep not herded the i i often for the Sake of com Pany stay with the sheep. They Are i Ifni a the c connection As goats Al moot come Home at night and Cheep follow them in. Thus often Stdio in the Jasper Cacy i the flock killed by dogs or wild Ani Mals at Bighi. Sheep and boats do not interbreed w can be allowed to together i tic g. A fun 4ad Bow. Went Lite when live fowls Are sent to Market during Vevy weather the Rule a to the expense by crowding As Many As possible in one Coop. Water is placed where Only a few can reach it while becomes mixed with filth. When a Coop of fowls is placed in a car every fowl Sitf perfectly while the car is in motion making no attempt to eat or drink but if plenty of drinking cups an provided and the Birds have room enough in the Coop to move the attendants will give them water whenever the car stops. There is always a loss in weight of fowls sent to Market but with proper precautions and a due Reg not for the rights of the fowls much of this loss at Points of destination trill be and he Tamo phoned. It takes Only a Little thing in a translation to make it go wrong. To pfc units Ionon asked the pundit to put into the Indian vernacular the Good Oid hymn Rock of Ages Cleft for me let me hide myself in was taken off his feet Hen he heard his converts singing with pious Fervour very old Stone split for my Benefit let me get under one of Jour san Francisco wave. Wholly unexpected. Is the head of the family asked the agent at the door. Tie Meek Litt e Man with the slight Side whiskers replied at once i am he answer violating All was deemed rarely humorous by the Over the tank Hull War Sytten will serve you Well to the choicest resort for fares descriptive literature and Gen eral information apply to j. H. Burgis City passenger and ticket agent 249 Clark St., Corner Jackson Boulevard Chicago. R census taker you lives Here do you Well what relation Are you to the Nead of the House citizen see Here now Don t funny or i la go and Call her in Lis journal. N t get India too Ian Apo la sole object. Say old Zeke Only had a knife when he tackled by the grizzly. Did he live to Tell the Story r native pears Ter be the Only thing he did it fur Doggone Philadelphia record. Family Medicine. Moves the bowels each Day. In order to the Pinkham record is proud and is a Roo Ord of of quest Oost Mato Mia of us mat Doal out despair of mat Many is woman s Fly fat e. Th0so Troulos of and robs str Atlon of. Us terrors. New Railroad to san Francisco Santa be route by its Siu j my pain Valley Extension. The Only line Irith track and trains under Taei the Way to the Golden Mountain extinct petrified forests prehistoric Rains Indian Pueblos Yosemite grand Canon of Arizona in route same i pfc Grafe service that has made the Santa it toe favorite route to Southern California. Fast schedule fall Man and to Riat of sleepers daily free reclining chair cart Harvey meals throughout. I of Beni tto it Tom. Tutta t a Nateo. To woman Jim Foo out the a most and surest counsels woman from of Chargo. Hop Morross in the liver and kidneys. Cures Eick ache. Price 25 and Doc. Head any Trot to adv co that has Mourod brewed up. If All were Rich no doubt there Best in some ways we suppose but of How we to lost that e fee in sunday Indianapolis journal. The greatest match maker in the world loses All desire to make a match when she discovers that her Kitchen girl a Fol Globe. To cure a cold in one Day take laxative ammo quinine tablets. And 25c. The saying that a Bird on the hat is Worth two in the Bush is no joke that is sup posing a Bird on the hat to be Worth any thing near what it journal. Piso s cure is the Best Medicine we Ever for All affections of the Throat and double daily service new line via Hock lord Dubuque Waterloo fort Dode Eivind coun cil Bluffs. Buffet Library smoking beeping cars free reclining chair cars dining can. Send to the undersigned for a Iree copy of to Tuff and note in Rita illustrating this new line As seen from the car window. To Cloete of agents of i. C. B. B. And connecting lined. . A., Chicago. Escanaba steamers a 6000 fam Mimuss Utiss und. Wuo Ninf Gibbs Adf Clr co., to. Jomn. An my. A. K 1821 i j it ii do Auto Vlious 01 Luc Luru i hearers to whom the unexpected was the 0. Endsley Vanburen ind incl of Prius i a it it of press. In politics the Wise Man Layeth pipes the foal Only Detroit Jour Nal. Experience with it has been demonstrated that sorghum is detrimental to cattle but that it does not contain Poison. The of the injurious effects has not been ascertained and the Nebraska we Peri ment station after careful investigation. So proclaims. The admonition to Cec the Erst nor second there Are some who have it without Tjw cattle showing effect of any in a prions substance that May be tailed in the crowding the your Flat comfortable in hot weather mrs. On yes that it would be if we had room to sit farther journal. Allie Jay said mrs. He Peck concluding her remarks a word to the Wise is sufficient yes my replied to the average mar Man a word in edgewise is Philadelphia press. A feminine now Chil said the teacher who had been talk ing about military can any of you Tell Newhar is a please cried Little Willie snapping his ingers it s a press. Gracious. That s a Rock list umbrella you re yes if i were Mark lev i d be ashamed to own Euch a "0 it s his yes. I Bor rowed it from him about a year Philadelphia press. To he proposed sighed Genevieve. We suggested that the fellow doubtless knew when he was Well off. I suspect the trouble is he does t know when i m Well off the Way papa is Plung ing into sail the Beautiful Siri with a Tad smile. A love was indeed a great journal. A Young Man who declines to be industrious because his father been industrious enough to accumulate a Fortune condemn himself by Tuch a course to Perpet my Presb Tenan. How is it that Crimper did not have a Penny last year and now he is assessed on Worth of Xone of his daughters had to prepare for graduation this news. When a girl is trying to Hare things really artistic and stylish her Mother generally Brines in Home horrid old Brown Teapot which the girl would t have come on the table at journal. Feb. 10, 1900. Said the Street car conductor As he rag up another fare i m not much of a politician but i m generally for the Carter Ink is the greatest rail United states. They would not it if it was t the Best. It s when a Man is completely Down that he is really up against news. If you want to keep your Teeth clean Bright and sound you will White s Yucatan gum. Every confectioner Sella it. I Don t enjoy my meals any an eld fellow said to Day. I ate up All the Good things 25 years Globe. Pct am Fadeless does do not stain the bands or spot the Kettle. Sold by All drug the crowbar opens but it never Chicago daily news. Halt m if a constitutional cure. Price 75c. Do not Stone the baby when you Rock the daily Waltham watches the Waltham watch company was the first company in America to make watches the first to be organized half a Century and is the first at the present time in the Quality and volume of its product. Wattum watches Are for Sale by All retail Jve adm. I we do not employ agents in this state. We do not employ agents anywhere. We do not sell merchandise from wagons in Exchange for butter and eggs but we operate entirely on a catalogue Cash basis. We will pay a suitable Reward to anyone aiding us in prosecuting and convicting those who Are showing a copy of our catalogue Selling goods from wagons representing themselves As our authorized agents. John m. Smyth company 1667. The amen mail Hsc 150 to 166 and 287 to 280 w. Madison Street Chicago

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