Williamsport Warren Review in Williamsport, Indiana
17 Mar 1898

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17 Mar 1898

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Williamsport Warren Review (Newspaper) - March 17, 1898, Williamsport, Indiana Ftp a a we tip pm i Obi mt>., May a a if is9s. 1 has c in by one week More. Is an cold storage room. Placed on our counters daily offers you a ots Waist. Short Enetha o aced or Odd sold to make room for our Spring stoc All Best Cali Coes for 3 a 2 cents Best table Oil cloth 8 1-3 cents All remnants of ingrain carpets /7cts. A pc All remnants of a 36 cents a Yarc All remnants Brussels carpet at 34 cts. A pc irs in a dress or a on this counter must be we woo sell a Yard a \ arc. In Orram carpet at o the largest Spring Slock of dry roads by us is arriving daily and is now open for your inspection if you Are looking for values in dry goods. Compare our immense Stock before you buy. One Price dry goods and carpet House Attila ind. County news. Go Ken Hill items. Frank Matlion or. Lin Ilcy was in town last act k pure Luisco a Fari a a at pals in Winter. Til it iii to Sale. Cor e w. Baker Ami Peter Cole in Green 1u1. Lev. Toe Over i in rhed to a Larivie Anili enee Here Sanilay Nii lit. Win. Hoss Anil wife of Lafayette is with Vin. Jerry this week. Hull. Jia Niest d. Mcgahan made iii aii Paranee on our streets last week. I Lent. I5crt Franklin of the band has Heel with is the past w Elk. Win. Watkins and family moved from this place ont West of Pine Villa e. Homer Jol Inston is the proud of another line Hoy. It arrived satyr ley Nitri it. Has. I Immons sold tin al ert Niware trill a Quot at the fashion stame to Cimias. Meal Ennis. Several from Here attended the Sale in the Andy fai m. On account of the rain the Sale was stopped. Mrs. L d. I Immons and Dau Hier an in of Lattle , we visit inf Here lust week. . Timmons Atti idea the funeral of her tand fatties m -. Baldwin of Walnut Grove. Last week next saturday will be the 1 is Day of school Here. The schools ii Ere have i of sacred nicely umber the manay eminent of . Baden did a. U. Hock. Geo. A. Baker of Lafayette has Necmi Here tie past week Igor a say s he is going to travel for some Eastern company this summer. Success to you g to Rise. G. C. Strau Ihn has rented some land of i hos. . Georje is an expert a Raisi Ufi truck especially Sweet potatoes. Get Gie says of course he will Divide wit i Tom. Asa my Kiniris received a telex ram Jast wednesday evening stating that his father was dead. He left Here that in lit for Gin Cannatti to attend the funeral. Up to this writing he has not returned. Sci ice with kit. Many scientific remedies for Coli Suin Tiou Are Ain bounced from time to time which sound Well with great names Back of them. Every one of them is an Experiment at the expense of sufferers willing to pay anything for Relief from the certain doom of disease. Hero now comes a new discovery with something More than High sounding names and learning to Back it. Its title is Quot the guaranteed consumption cure Quot it says Quot the patient deserves to k now that he can to it has the gift to Back its scientific Clai is with this Quot the patient follows in his own Home our very simple directions when he is cured he says so Jiuu then we receive our pay. If not cured he has had a Long course of treatment at our expense with a remedy which has cured 7-5 per cent of a total of Over 400 this company is composed of new York and we Tern people who have after years of Experiment selected 8.<ia Antonio , As the most favourable climatic Point for the treatment of consumption and will Inai Taia its Laboratory and general offices there and erect a magnificent sanitarium for patients who prefer and can afford a change of climate. It has also offices at Asheville n. 0., where arrangements Are made for sanitarium accommodations for those preferring a Trigher Altitude thao san Antoaio. Right Way to wean them and to care for them aft Erward. Presuming that the foal has been taught Ito eat Grain for at least a month before weaning time when the Timo comes to Eop Arate him from his dam place him in a Good Safe Box stall with no cracks or holes in which he can got fast and then remove the dam far enough away so that it will be impose Bible for them to hear each other neigh. The foal will from and fuss for a few hours but will soon give up go 4o eating and be Content. Water and feed should be kept in the stall at al times so that he can help himself at any time he May desire. At the expiration of a Day or two when he gets somewhat acquainted with the new surroundings a Halter should a amp put on him and he should be handled in the stall a few minutes each Day in order to gentle him. When the Halter is first put on leave the strap on it and the Colt will soon get used to it and it will make it much easier to catch him until the fear wears off of him and he becomes gentle. At tho end of eight or ten Days when he has forgotten about his dam and become gentle enough to be led about tho stall rubbed All Over and have his feet picked up and handled without fear he can then be led outside and in a few lessons will be thoroughly Halter broken. After being separated from her foal the Mare should be allowed to run out As before and not confined in a stable As the exercise will be of great Benefit to her. She should be milked twice a Day for from five to eight Days Achord ing to the Quantity of milk she is giving. Some mares Are much More easily dried up than others and require very Little attention but notwithstanding this fact a close watch should be kept on them in order to be on the Safe Side. Many persons Are in the habit of using lotions and unguents in order to dry the milk up while others practice milking the milk on a hot Stone but we feel sure there is much More imaginary than real Benefit derived from these remedies. How shall the Colt be fed and treated after he is weaned the old Way was to pen him up in a Barry and give him a quart of Grain and some Hay twice or three times a Day but while he will live through the Winter on this treatment As Well or possibly better t6an he would if turned out to Quot rough it Quot on a Straw stack we do not recommend either plan As in one Case there is 60in.e feed and no exercise while in the other there is All exercise and no feed. What is desired is to have the Colt grow and develop As much As possible and in order to have him do his he rust not Only have All the nutritious food he will eat but at the same time All the exercise he will possibly take. In order to accomplish this the Best plan we have tried or seen tried is to keep the Colt in a warm comfortable and Well ventilated Box stall at night and out in an open lot during the Day. Do not go to the trouble of measuring his feed but give him All he will eat morning noon and night. Mixed Hay half Timothy and half Clover with Corn Blades added is the Best roughness he can have while his allowance of Grain should consist of a mixture of crushed Oats two Pirts crushed Rye and Barley each on part and wheat bran one part. A Quot Small Quantity of Corn May be added ride and then by Way of change but it should be Given in Small quantities As com is very beating and for this reason a very poor food for bolts. Many Farmers who Hap pea to have plenty of Corn on Haid but no Oats try to Winter their Colts on Corn and literally Burn them up in this Way to that they Are ruined for life. It is much cheaper in the Long run to sell the Oora for half Price and by Oats and bran yith the than to try to win cer tue Cost on Corn. One other Point that must net be for gotten or neglected is that you Onnist have the feet Trini sued and kept in Bai Ance. This should be first Adieu do a to at the age of 5 Mouths a Theu the Coit i weaned and ait Erwa re As often As is Stock farm. Live Stock i Points. A sheep is an animal that cannot stand wet feet. The three great Boef brands so dirt Horos Hories Abed a ii Aag , Sharad head re about Egu Viliy at to a a Loti Cago live it eck show sad the quests ii a still unsettled Wahidi family is Beckt. The Treasury department has decide cd that cattle taken out of the to Sileci states and re timed again pay duty like foreign animals if while Taliej were away they have been improved in condition and value. This decision was made in tho use of a Bunch of cattle that had been driven from Texas into Max too and there fattened ewes that Are in Good flesh and vigorous Coundi ion at the Timo of Breo Diug always produce Large Fine lambs if they Are kept so till tho lambs Are born. This matter of having ewes in Fine condition at Breeding time is not sui Brient by attended to. It has been found that shredded fodder is much Superior to Cut fodder. Shredded fodder May be mowed closely in great Quantity the larger the better since then it does not dry out so much. The Swine breeder s journal finds these three things Are absolutely necessary to keep hogs free from disease namely caution in changing from one diet to another Only the purest water for them to drink keeping them altogether out of dust. Whenever a hog sneezes it is an indication something is wrong a hog should never be allowed to Wallow in Dusty pens Fence Corners or Straw stacks. A shed 88 feet Long by 14 feet wide win hold 85 Breeding Ewe. It should be provided through its whole length with drop doors two and a Barf feet wide. These should be left open in the daytime except when the weather m very bad. A seeder ewes should be let out on pasture during the Day except Iai were or wet weather. Directions for build info a Dairy or Creamery refrigerator. I have built refrigerating. Rooms for i butchers who want a room Dold Sut dry and they Are a perfect , and in my Many Creamery and Dairy operations i have found them As Good As can be do Vised. Their several Good paints Are material is to be found in any lumber Yard. Second. A any Good Carpenter can build them. cac be built of any size from a Kitchen Chest to a Large room for Stoi ing Butti r or working it in. Packa a of butter will not Taino Mold but k6�p Bright and dry. Are very economical of in a. Are Kore readily cleaned than any i have Ever seen. In 1893 i put a Small room in a South Dakota Creamery that would hold 600 pounds of Buttjer. The Creamery room was so Small that the refrigerator stood Only four fast from boiler ave in trying position but for All of that the Semije Vitura was at 43 degrees. We Are using a Chest that i built last Spring that holds 400 pounds of one Pound prints and 300 pounds of ice. I have often weighed the drip and when room was up to 96 or 100 degrees the waste was but one Pound per hour. This cooler Cost just $11.05 for material about tho Cost of freight for a refrigerator from Chicago. I will give As Brit of a description of Joanner of making As possible. For a room of any size make Bottom first of 4 or 6 Inch flooring. To Start Cut flooring enough for first course the Width and length the Reom is to be. False 2 by 2 Inch trips Lay them Down 18 inches a Art and on them Lay two thicknesses of Best odourless building paper and on these strips Nail the flooring. Turn the floor Over so naked strips will be uppermost the strips Are three inches Shorter All round than the flooring. Tiow put on two More thicknesses of paper and Lay on flooring flush with strips. Gut another set of strips three inches Shorter than tho floor you now have. Lay on these to More thicknesses of paper and put in a last course of flooring. You now have two perfect dead air spaces which is a better no conductor than any filling and will always be Sweet. Inside of room sides Aro put on the same As Bottom except at the Corners where As a matter of precaution i always int an extra thickness of paper As i add the flooring. In height of building leave enough room overhead for ice chamber 3 feet 6 inches a about right. Now comes the principal feature of tha room namely the ice Racks. Four inches below where the 2 foot 6 Inch line i Fiona ceiling of cooler Nail a ion a Aly it a bar 4 on Long Way i Eoo lei Hoa Side Aske. 0� these rest 2 by 4"� Taro in�iie3 apart. These Are the floor of Ioe chamber. The ice pans or drip catchers Are made of 3 by 6 Pine of Good Quality thus gouge out one Side like a trough full Width of 3 by 6 and 1 inches deep i in Middle turn 2 by 6 Over and take off Corners and plane so it he 2 by 6 will be a gradual fall from Center to Edge. These troughs run same Way As Ioe rack. Before placing them Havo Tinner make a Strong Zinc or galvanized trough two inches wide one Side strengthened by a wire turned in Edge other Side straight. At one end have an outlet pipe soldered on Long enough to go through cooler and project an Inch o t More. If desired an air trap is put on end. This trough runs Long Way of room below ice rack one end nailed two of three inches lower than other to secure Quick drainage. On opposite Side of room from Gutter secure a 3 by 4 to Lay first course of drip boards convex Side up and three inches apart. These drop boards rest just Over Drain. Four inches is room enough. Directly under the 8 Inch space and two or three inches lower Down it is impossible for the system to withstand the demands made upon it just at this season with out the assistance of a Good purifying and strengthening the changes which nature decrees Stock shall take place each Spring Are so severe that a breakdown is almost sure to come. It is Wise that All possible assistance be Given during this period As upon this purifying process depends the health for the entire summer. Everybody just now should take a thorough course of Swift s specific of blood which thoroughly cleanses the blood of All the accumulated impurities tones up and strengthens the entire system and aids nature in renovating and renewing the body so As to Render it healthy and Strong. Those who purify their blood with s. At this season Are Well fortified against the Many forms of disease so prevalent during the dreaded heated term for it has been demonstrated that the system that is thoroughly purified in the Spring is Well prepared to resist disease All summer. No other remedy on the Market is equal to Swift s specific As a Spring Medicine because it is the Only purely vegetable blood remedy and is guaranteed absolutely free from Potash Mercury and All other minerals. It cleanses purifies builds up and strengthens. In pistons. S., for there is nothing half As Good. Chats. True worst is the name of a Mary Ville to. Drummer. A granddaughter of the Duke of Argyll is an accomplished Bagpiper and headed a Highland band in a March. I Neal Dow s father died at 95 and Hia Grandfather at 87. The Quot grand old Man Quot of prohibition came from sturdy or. Max Judd sex Consul to Vienna now at his Home in st. Louis thinks that any Good business Man would make a Good Consul without overtaking Hia resources or. Chauncey m. Depew has for some time past been paying the expenses for a Law education for an old War Veteran. Or. Depew recently received a note announcing the old Man s death. Captain Searle of the Cape town High Landers admits that the head of Luka Wantje the rebel chief was Cut from the dead body by his orders As he wanted to preserve it As a curiosity. Quot next tune Quot writes or. Parker in a cheery letter it will be 60 years since i preached my first Sermon preached it from a Sawpit one sunny sunday afternoon preached it on the Banks of the mra Martha Mccrone an Irish woman and Quot Captain Quot Polly septet a Young hungarian woman were among the most determined opponents of the troops during the great Coal strike at Latimer a. Colonel Isaac Avery Wheeler who died in Atlanta recently was for a Long time editor in chief of the Atlanta Constitution. Although a devout methodist and of a peaceful disposition he had fought four duels with men who had cast aspersions on his motives. The family of Bismarck show no signs of dying out. On the Day recently when a new German ironclad waa named the Prince Bismarck the sex Chancellor s daughter in Law wide of count Herbert gave birth to a son. This makes two grandsons in his family. He has five granddaughters. Sir Charles Seely who recently offered �1,000 conditionally toward the rebuilding of the Chancel of Carisbrooke Chiuch As part of the Isle of Wight memorial to the late Prince Henry of Battenberg has now decided that the scheme had better be abandoned owing to the opposition of the newspapers. Rear by. One rack ror ice is not Lastenia but can to removed at any time. Make doors on same plan As sides and Bottom. This room built As above will hold the same degree of temperature at All times and is very inexpensive. Outside can be finished with Cornice and panel work if one so desires. Put on two or three Coats of paint Jersey in Hoard s Dairyman. Concave 2 by 6 a one end resting on Drain and other end a Little higher. You now have an open pan can see ice every ii inches but no water can drop on a oor. The drip boards Are not fastened but can be taken Down and washed Dairy and Creamery. Ropy milk is now believed to be caused by bacteria that fall into the pail at milking time. These destructive microbes Are lodged in the hair and Scurf skin of the cow. They sometimes get upon the hands and clothing of a Milker who is not Over clean and thence into the milk. The a Emedy it is to be extra clean about the milk and the cow. Before milking each time Brush the cow s teats and udder with a stiff Brush and see that the Milker s clothing and hands Are immaculate. In Winter when Woolen clothing must be worn in the cow stable and milk room Wear Over it a Blouse and overalls or apron of Cotton that May be frequently washed and displace i infected. O. Amp e. I. Time table. In effect january 1898 Attica. Trains North no. 10, mail amp passenger.9 2i a. M no. 172, local freight.11 40 a. M trains South no. 9, mail amp passenger. 2 21 p. M no 171, local freight.11 40 a. M no change of cars to and from Chicago on trains 9 and 10. Have the udders flanks and under part of your cows bodies thoroughly Well brushed before they Are milked. It should be the work of one person to do this a different person from the Milker to go ahead and Brush the cow just be main u1 Rel e of Tai ims. Danville Junction. Trains South. No. 1 clinic ago and Evansville sex. 12 2r. P. A Quot 7 new Orleans amp Florida up c l �11 1d 0 clip Capoand Nashville Liin d4 20 . Quot 3 Chicago amp eve Sale night sex. 3 40 . Trains North. To. 2 Evansville amp Chicago.5 30 a. M Quot 8 new Orleans a Florida spin Ai a. A Quot 4 Evans in amp Chi. Night sex. .4 5� p. A Quot to Chicago amp Nashville lim d .1 20 Quot st Loui do vision. South bound o. 71 Liei Byville a com .2 85 . Quot 75 local freight.7 v. M. North bound. No. 72 Danville mail .10 10 a. M. Quot 74 local freight.5 00 v. M. Quot Dally other trains daily except Sun Lay. Trains 3 and i carry Day coach s and Puhm a Palace sleeping cars Betic. N Chicago and a Evansville. Tralis 5 am run Between Chicago and Nashville and Arry elegant Day coaches and Pullman is Ping cars. Close connection is made at Ash Ville for All Points South. Chas , . A., conc ago fashion s fancies. Dresses for bridesmaids should a made of some of tho delicate tints with a great Deal of White in combination. A Beautiful skirt for evening is made of Fine Lawn Hung Over White silk and trimmed with two wide Lake frilled flounces set one Over the other. Sashes Aro once More in High favor few smart gowns being seen without something of the kind. Black a most used in velvet taffeta or thin silk. A stylish and elegant hat is of Fine Felt. The bran is wide and rolled up at one Side. The trimming is of heavy Rolls of velvet and Long thick Ostrich plumes. Astrakhan and fur Cut in designs of leaves scrolls or conventional figures will be used for the Garn iture of Winter gowns. Laid on As applique they Are most effective. A Novelty in neck a Ressing is made of narrow strips of fur set Kisely of a Satin Ruche. It is inti Fred in front we amp a Jabot of Cream Celor lace in niger ends of which Are Fly wished by two Large velvet bows. Chenille toques and capote Promise to be favourites. Some of the new shapes have a Bow set under the Crown Wal Fth gives a resemblance to the College mortar boards. Rembrandt Are also popular. Some of them show wonderful crowns of Cornflower York Tribune. i r a a a for of Judy Engineer. E. E. Mckinzie t w. Titus and Tom Smith assistants. Full Block system. No Chance for collision. Rock ballast Road bed with White lights ahead. Double track and ten wheel Drivers. Plenty of Sand Ana no Stallins. Carbondale is first station out with a Mammoth line of groceries and general merchandise. Sales often reaching $150.00 or More per Day. Two clerks Well worked with a ten per cent discount on All goods bought and paid for within 30 Days and five per cent discount 60 Days discount instead of interest. Xyz a r a Judy amp Smith s livery at William sport promises Good feed and careful attention to patrons. Air cd the Judy amp Titus furniture Bugary and harness store. The Best line of Furni Gull Pilc to Ture Ever brought to the county at prices to suit All either for Cash or of the payment plan. Our sales so far Are much beyond our expectations. And last kit it fat but not least the Judy horse and mule Market at the farm office at Judy Villa Kyj Zajf a or towering above All competitors with a Choice line of horses mules wagons , harness and if there is anything ave Haven t got we will get it. I Lorsy a everything run of schedule time get aboard the train and come and see . P. Judy proprietor

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