Marble Rock Weekly in Marble-Rock, Iowa 29 Mar 1900
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Marble Rock Weekly, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1900, Marble Rock, IowaShe needs recreation. Str Goald Java it Tiro hours fur talk Crouch not very expensive. How to construct an effective and satisfactory system of Siubun Ink filter Troia if the ground i Umi ult 1 ing so Ilia the Bottom of the Well is j three feet higher than the Putini Uhi re j Hie can be easily and secured by Means of a Siphon. Use an Inch gah Aniced Iron pipe and but a it out of reach of Frost. All the Ucci Mirs Are a pipe Bent to Iro Doun into tie v. I and a faucet at the discharge end. The j general is shown in the engraving. Lure Are Little devices which can be secured at stores will make it easy to lilt the pipe should it become end pay. At theh Cuseck and if an outdoor faucet it wanted Liat is a led a Stop and Sipho Xix water from a Voll. Waste cock must be used. No faucet is then needed on the end of the Dis charge pipe. The water is timed on and shut Eft by Means of a Rod extend ing from the cock underground to a convenient height Abote ground. The waste is a one fourth Inch Hole which is opened by the act of shutting Oil the water. It allows All the water in the upright pipe to Drain Oft and is a perfect safeguard against freezing. The upright discharge pipe is Bent at the top to run the water into a bucket or trough. For a Plant of this kind it is not necessary or indeed desirable to Wall up the to the surface of the ground. Dig the usual size say six feet in diameter Anil when a Good flow of water is reached build the Wall Only six or eight feel High then Lay heavy timbers across the ends resting on the top of the Wall. Cut a Hole in this cover Large enough to admit the Strainer Over the Hole set a joint of six Inch Drain pipe and fill up the Well. Aati ing joints of pipe As the tilling proceeds. A storage tank free from any possible contamination is then obtained. If Rock is struck blast out a Reservoir and Lay the timbers across on top of the Rock and fill up As before without any Vail. Toni -u-511 Rio Tori i the w Cher must be piped. Last october the writer put Doug a Well is feet six feet it thit through Ruck buy c2q feet of duh. Three Xvi Iii Lala one Inch galvanized pipe in it and had the Job comp Llu u at a Cost i 04. J Jacl k e l everything the work being All hired. On Many farms the Cost of the pipe need be the Only Cash outlay. T. Laird in Orange Judd Farmer. Too Many wives and mothers on farm Little attention to duty they owe themselves in their de sire to be useful to their family. They Are usually the first one up in the morning and the last to retire at night. The husband has been out in the yield All Day and tired and he never thinks of the Many Steps the wife has alien liable to Mold. Of Silv it May do better in a More Southern climate but we want no 12-Rovcd be Jow Corn cult Ator. Crossing Breeds of hogs is often done and with advantage sometimes. But it must always be a Cross and never a up of Cross bred hogs. Of a Cross in other i words must not be bred from if a desired Type is u be preserved. Cultivator shield. It prevents the Coterlea or the Rollins Kuril a nips of Illert on tender in cultivating Corn when it is Small it requires the j greatest care not to cover up or Roll hard lumps of dirt on the tender sprouts. The Shields that Homo with cultivators Are very Uncer Tain and unsatisfactory in their work. For sex enl years we have tried this trough and find it a most satisfactory device. Take two hard Wood Inch boards eight inches wide and Abou improved Corn shield. Feet Long. And fashion the Forward end of each in the shape of a Sleigh runner. Then Talco a the same length As the boards and Bezel the Elires in such a Way Liat win ii tie boards Are nailed on spread out at the Bottom until they Are about eight inches apart. This trough is to pass inverted Over 1he Corn Row Between the shovels of the cultivator its sloping sides catch ing the Loose soil and leaving it lying loosely next the Corn but never on it. To fasten this trough to the cultivator bore an Inch Hole through the sides near the front end and just beneath the top 2x1. Tiro Igli run a Strong rope and tie each end to the cultivator in such a Way that the trough will be kept a Little in Advance of the . It is Best to leave this rope to loosely through the f rough As it would otherwise upset in turning at Tho end of the rows. The illustration shows the construction exactly. Make your Handy devices now. Before the Bush time l. Iruin in Ohio Farmer. There is a White House in Virginia Hurt main Ini n 3 from Washington according r. A. Virginia department clerk re the National Fuji ital. There is Noth ing in its exterior to arrant the name he says. It does not in fact yet its name from its appearance. It was Coni Imu s the virginian within my recollection and 1 Home known to for years. I reckon the people live in it Neier thought to ask who it called the House. Liev Aie it p i ulu Wom i look up the this is the Story and i know i is True but if it Ever was Printer 1 never heard of it the House became the property of a Young after the death of her people. Her Lover and affianced Hus band was a student at the Unher sity of Virginia it was his ambition to be president and As she believed he was deserving of the Honor and because she had High social aspirations she encouraged him in his aspiration. They had some Soi t of idea that if they were sincere in their wish Sand would Pray for the Honor they would succeed. They did not understand politics As we do. They used to come Over to Washington and wander about the presidential mansion and the grounds n my go up to the capital and sit in tie galleries and occasionally attend the Public receptions. 1 have been told that the Young woman confided her secret to president Johnson and that doubtless to please her fancy he told her thai her j Oung Man had presiden tial chances. It was quite natural too this. She returned to her Home in Virginia fhe entertained after the Man Ner of the president at his Public receptions. Her Young Man. Of course had the Post of Honor. 1 do not know whether the people who attended the receptions understood that this Young Man and woman were rehearsing for a Hite House receptions or not but the Young pair had that in mind. They prayed for a realization of their d learn As earnestly from All i have heard As old Stonewall Jackson prayed for strength to whip the Yankees. There an old Black ser mint in the fam ily who preached salvation to the darkies on sunday Tobac co during the week. His Young mis sus had great Faith in Ephraim s in fluence witly the almighty and she used to Call h m in to exhort in to of her Lover s ambition. Kph him become of imbued with the idea that his supplications would win that he got to Colling the Young presi Dent when he visited the Plantation. I reckon you have heard of the tournaments they used to have in the South this Young presidential As Pirant was a tearless and Graceful horseman lie Rode at a tourney one Day for the last time. Ice was confident he would take the necessary number of riffs to entitle him to and Crown the Queen and. Of course there was Only one woman in the world upon whom he could bestow the Honor. She him in Tiv Saddle Lance Start for the wire. Al fore he reached it his is . There Ilie usual shorn of horror. The Knight of Ilic House for that was his title in the tourney was carried from the course dead. In therall he had broken his neck. The moment the Young woman realised Hail occurred her reason had. Nor did it Eier return in spite of skillful rare. Her hair whitened but her face i i Mai cd Young so 1 am told. Her derangement never took on a a to legit form. Instead she became the mistress the White House. She held levees and receptions and gave elaborate dinners. Her servants were her guests. A chair was reserved for the president who never care. In this hallucination she died. That is Why the place was known As the White a. Y. Sun. The chief Justice of Samoa says Peruna is the very Best Catarrh cure. Chiep Justko Chambers court room scene where judge Chambers maintained the supremacy of the United states in Samoa. In a recent Tetter to the Peruna. Medicine co., chief Justice Chambers says the following of Peruna have tried one bottle of Peruna and i can truthfully say it is one of the Best tonics i Ever used and i take pleasure in recommending it to All sufferers who Are in need of a Good Medicine. I can recommend it As one of the very Best remedies i for Catarrh w. L. Chambers. Went to sleep quickly. The Mother of a Little three year o been away from Home overnight and on her return asked and How did my Little girl get to sleep last night without Oil she replied papa tried to to Roe like of dues an i Dis event to sleep weal twice so i Toulon t hear enquirer. Lane s flt he Medicine. Moves the bowels each Day. In order to be healthy this is necessary. Acts gently on j the Over and kidneys. Cures sick head-1 ache. Price 25 acid soc. Al Bastine datable and Tural coating Walls and Ceil Ings made ready for use by mixing with cold it is a coment that goes through a pro Cess of rotting hardens Nith Abri and can to coated and washing off its old Coats before renewing. Alba Sinois Mado in and fourteen Beautiful tints. It a put up in Alvs Pound packages in dry form with Complete directions on every package. Should not econ fou n d e d with Kal from factory to user. Don t judge a Man s by pre dispatch. Fighting in the Crimea. Facts for Farmers. Clover is the Ideal pasturage win Ter Rye is also a Good and Early Pas Ture but should have been provided for in the fall and rape is also Good Oats and Pease to come on later. Kape for hogs can be sown As Early As the ground can be worked Well in the Spring and can be n in Suc cession until August if desired. The last sowing making excellent and Date fall feed. Gasoline for Worms in sheep has proven to be very effective. I e do not know that it has been tried on hogs but it would probably be Asef festive with them. It will do no harm anyway. Hogs with scabby and sore arc probably very Lousy with kerosene a Nils on. It is supposed that everybody knows How to make it by this time directions have been Given so often. Give sows an Opportunity to exercise. They will take it if Given an Opportunity to go in and out of their shelter at this is important. Ill cruise and air. And the first implies the latter arc very Nec Aud homr lir Iliili sold Sci tavern Claflin Turi the str Pluie Avn tar. bitter blasts which so recently swept Over the City Chi Cago uns Ivill realize How valuable to British soldiers were the fur garments provided for them during the terrible Vav inter weather of the Crimea during the avar with Russia. The Coats of the Oili cers were made of a Fine Brown fur Cut in the Uell known military shape of the time the Coats and cloaks fort Lee i. It u a a fun .1 4ulmju. Out were nevertheless of u Good substantial make and were furthermore sup plied with Waterproof shoulder cover ing. Both officers and men alike wore very Strong overalls of cowhide and it is on record that one London firm alone secured a contract to Supply suits of this material for the men and 100.000 More for officers. A noted London for Rier made no fewer than pairs of Large fur gloves to Complete a single order. Those regiments that did not Wear Bearskin As did the guards were sup plied with a Sealskin headdress an exact copy of that worn by Arctic explorers. This Cap was pronounced to be Bot h warm and easy to Wear and was a Boon to Many poor who other must have suffered terribly from whatever May have been the mis rakes of flip crimean British War. 1 Here was no stinginess on the part of the government in providing the 1 soldiers warm clothing is is evidenced by the fact that one consignment of stores included pairs of Glo is. Pairs of lambs Wool stocking s. Somo flannel gowns for the hospitals and Greatcoat for Wear Over chronicle. Vitin conditions you sweat or asked the clerk la do fiend entirely upon the replied the North alien Cali. Tie my daughter marries you i wish her to live in tie style to i Lucli she Jas been the All right sir your Lime shall be town topics. I am surprised to see Ina de Kline on an open automobile on such a raw Gusty Day. I thought she was very the is poor girl die state of her health prevents doing she Sojit to do Aud a atm a Youmg she does t town to Jucs. She Yon like to be a Jfe Virv for in . U Al lie Lii ii i Shou d not have the exquisite pleasure of Loving the most Beautiful of her com plaint the tinwan1 in the world. Just look at the condition of that pail a to tit a am was attached to the Tail of a dog 11 Miles dealer. Tivey say Yon used to be one of to fast est Fellows one Bird. And i m one of tit fun Start Adolphia j bulletin. Ito Odoo won t exclaimed mrs. . Exc Tiluy there q is it table Over mind so ionic l Johnnie "1 Kin cat fur atones. Those foolish sex cur and Irb. Jay scum. "1iv lat Aie Vou flying build eng a now plied the suffering of. I m mild my in old one inn t see j pc Torr the Nen Viiu j Rosa. To time Liall lose our daughter. He is Lient pm Niar rink makes Jou think she and to him , and Here he is Gaiu 0. Niku uni opium Giro Couy us Al Bastine bovines. As it is entirely different from nil Tho various Kalso Minos on Tho Market being Dur Able and not stuck on Tho Wall glue. Al Bastine customers should avoid getting cheap Kalso Minos under Diu Terent names by insisting of hit info Tho goods in properly labelled. They should reject nil imitations. Thers is vol hug just Al Bastine prevents much sickness particular la Throat and lung difficulties attrib table on Wall. It Una been recommended n a Papoff published by Tho Michigan state. Board of health on account of its sanitary features which paper strongly condemned Kal Somines. Aut Bastino can be used on either plastered Walls Wood Cei hogs Brick Orcan Vns and any one can Brush it on. It admits of Radi Cal changes from Wall paper decorations thus securing at reasonable exp onto the latest and Best effects. Lab Aetius is manufactured by Tho Al Bastine company of grand rapids Michigan from special information can be obtained. For instructive nud interest one profit. High Abs sewing Jha Chloe Hap Alt Tho improve the Nib news tory attn cd and accessories with Choice of Oatt or Wal nut Cable not. Zitur Nishey with la vet automatic self threading shut the it Dattlo is the traded Ondr for it Lea. Tha Hae the take tip dobu1n and it. Complete get of Best steel carefully racked in a inn Dame velvet weight the machine weather and is Mont 110 ibs. at Taft. Tic freight will Evo Ragm about clod within so Dile of cd Lonyo. Tho Cabinet work is ornamental the Seren drawers end Cov Erb Ringhand carved and finished haying Tho hotly Nio Keti plated Kine drawer pulls Etc. Zilch much i no is carefully tee cd before leaving our it on a Clow Murcin and fully guarantee it for to kit v to will ship this machine c. 0. It with Ezara tuntion to Una Point in the t7. S. On receipt of with order. Prico machine nil Complete. In t 14.25. Our or Tala it Popes will be pent prepaid on receipt of 15 Centa which pays part of Charloe and will be refunded of receipt of first order. This Cost Lopue quote to wholesale Pri Cwon Everty Tytka Jou eat. We arund Joltn m. 8myth co., 1667. w. Flt 11 b. Seed saving methodical rapid. Sows 4 to 8 acres an Horn find sows any kind bed. Lasts a y Gabon broadcast said sower iown.10vears Justlie w ill Rood Hind sow and. Better crop. M k your dim Ivr Goodell Astom n. H. Backaches of women Are wearying beyond description and they indicate real trouble somewhere. Efforts to hear the Dull Pahi Are heroic hut they do not overcome h and the backaches continue until the Olauso is re moved. To j eared Corn Coret in a Treen. Zirri Tlell not it per Rio four Oats .1 t us per acre and Jou an let Liat 8veltz 60 bin per Narn. Greatest Barley i d Bui. In . Wonrlorful1 if ape a ton s Rich Copeti food for on. The sell nine tenths of the it pc Becj used to the u 3. I Komus ixek3kt9 l on Curth. to if Fri lion a Atu Colca. Everywhere. Sailer it i til e million Dollar Pushtu it the roust of a Ito on econ both will make Tou a lab. Grower of 1 Nulon in the work. Teget blk seeds Ebo Icen lilt in u. 3 onion . In. A muted to k Sci 00. Tor Loc. Stamps notice Johna lacr05sewis. Collars cuffs convenient f economical made o fice cloth and finished a pure starch on both sides turn Down col jars arc rever. Siulc and Girt double excursion rates to Western Canada i and Partick ars As to Hoir to secure 160 acres of the Dost Licat grow Nir land on the Coull Nunt. Can to secured on application Tot lie superintendent of Iii migration Ottavo Canada or the under signed. Specially con ducted excursions whip leave St. Paul. On the and. Turd tuesday in Tonth and so cd tally Low rut on All lines of railway Are Omar noted for excursions leaving St. I aul on St. And april 4th. For Hannoun. Assiniboia. Saskatchewan and alb Cruz f. T . Of to Pika Tion. Ottawa Ca Aacen or to c. J. B rough ton Monadnock blk., Chicago. 111. T. O. Cd Point. Wis., m. . No. 2 Merrill blk. Detroit a l. Olio. And Saginaw. Mich. S. Bah new left eth Street. A Desmoines. Iowa e. T Tho Lites. Indianapolis lad. Or. Williams Indian ointment will cure bleeding and lib intr piles. It absorbs the tutors Tho itch ing Oace acts As i poultice. Gives mutant re Lief. Prepared for piles and parts. At by mail on receipt of Price. So cents and co., props., . Piles Lydia e. Viable compound i does this More certainly than any other Medicine. It has been doing it for thirty it is a woman s Medicine for woman s his it has done much for the health of american women. Read the grateful letters from women constantly appearing in this paper. Mrs Pinkham counsels women free of charge. Her add Rosm in Lynn fat tit mass no Mun dry when soiled discard. Ten co Lull or fire of 25c. By 3oc. Send Etc. In Stamps for Sample Collar or pair of cuffs. Name size and style. Reversible Collar co.jtept.18, Boston roofing i included. For planter. Fri the fat Manilla ii olm up. But red i roofing for la. I i i How a Scoter gives Quick Relief rates. Koloc of testimonials and 10 Dmn treatment free or. U. H greek s sons Box d. For sax for list Lakenan cat ankh it Miff tiie Mil yen Rit fit i h vow self Nurt the rest of the world. Soldi and in Send die . Flat left Jackson ave., Chicago in never known to fail via Tori Tito to thut Jou the a Rosr lir it in thin paper. The world s a Altarina Hort. To Check Only Tobii line. Not Ila Sublime scenery c Ira at cml Llor Spring. Pm thong Ibroci St. Loud. A Ducci Bucad trip kit Tea All from Coupon plats in the to. S. Tat and Pink Jet. Or n. C. Town std. Mow of. Tad to Leet Ait. To
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