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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (May 19, 1898)
Not worth psylng Mention
to, you say. Perhaps you
have had it for weeks.
It's annoying because you
have a constant desire to
cough. , It annoys you also
because you remember that
week lungs is a family failing.
At first it is a slight cough.
At last it is a hemorrhage.
ai nrst it is easy to cure.
At last, extremely difficult.
mlckly conquers your little
Backing cough. ,
II There is no doubt about f
For over half century
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has
been curing colds and coughs
It cures Consumption also
II taken in time.
Bob nest Jr. iitr'i cicrn
pedtm rimer i tier pv
39 0 M CNfL
MmII we Mud yea a
beak M this subect, Uttt
aw Oiafloarf Dpmrtmwnt.
it yaa hftvfl anf romplalnt what
vat ana dlr tha it maolf-al
eat ra ym fnu fxwlnlr ohlaui. writ
She 4etur fraaly. You will racaife
a ronnt raeiy. witlmut cut.
Audraaa.UU. J, C. AVKB,
Tbe Inlai.il Stel company til Chicago
Heights. 111., lias its plant running
eight and day.
A state lunch in Chin contains 140
Moat spiders have eijrht eyes, altlioiiiib
tome species have only sz.
Am -DK 16,()00 tbj?cts sold at auction
t recently at Madrid pawnshop', i ol wer
athea 1S.000 belonged to women.
Southeastern Europe now has mill
tone of people h am far le-e advanced
'ban the Japanese.
"IRONING MADE EftSY"
REQUIRES NO C00K1I
MAKES COLLARS AND CUFFS
ONB POUND OP THIS STASCH WII.L CO
AS rAK AM A rwnu Jtu i sva
OT ANY OTHER STARCH.
TUa atatek bprapand
Sasilliai I la raacy laoaoartag. 11 laiuiBW
alaralwbltaawss aod lp-n.s bsetlfal aadl
rtnfrr- that ia p-rfactlf bersiTsss, seaiti
For sal' bv alt wholesale and retail qrocera.
"A Good Tale Will Bear Telling
Twice." Use Sapoliol
a a US6 a a
Wanted 300 Girls
10 work ia hot-la.
mo. It neloss stamp lr irOeU
1 Tke Imi Kct llo KooSnf lor
111., ipwi 1, - r
I ...I 1 MiilMtilitla lo PLaa-
im 1-iasalas In. r wANILLA
sieotiirtico., raai. y -
HI, V:II.'"I Uik"lllIllaajaWal
N. N. U. NO- 491-20. YORK, NEB.
A CHEERFUL WOMAN.
rom th Vmterrai, Bratd, nV
Krery woman cannot be bfotifu), bat
t cheerful face often supplies tbe dA-
iem-jr. Hut uo one tan be cheerful and
'""VHC iS to others uoleaa they hare per
fect health. Fortunately, acleaoe baa
placed this prit-eleaa boon witliio the
reach of every woman, as tba following
Mr. Amanda flobinaoo, wife of WUI
mm Kuhinami, fanner add stock mail, near
iloweatille. Clay County, Ind., la 32
yearn old aud had for severs) years been
in declining health and despondent. For
I hive innuiha he was not ouly unable to
attend to her domestic datiea but too
feeble to be up and about. To-day she ia
in good health aud able to atteud to her
household affairs. She relate her experi
ence as follows:
"I was afflicted with female trouble
and was in a delicate Kate of health. I
lout my apoetite, grew thin and waa great
ly depressed. After taking various reme
dies without being benefited I waa in
dtK'ed by a friend to try Dr. Williams'
of 1KU7 I
them a nt he.
in the e
ond boi I
beyan to im- 5Cv
Drove and br il
the time I
(he five Ik)X-
M t Olua a III.
to go about A '''' Boo.
my usual work and slopped taking the
"Our daughter Anna, 12 years old, waa
also afflicted with decline and debility.
She lout flesh, aeenied to be bloodless and
had no ambition. She took two boxes of
the pills and they restored her aipetite,
aided digeetion and brought color to her
cheek. She ia now in the best of heaJth.
I think Dr. William' Pink Filla for Pale
People the beat medi-ine we ever had in
our family and recommend them to all
needing a remedy for toning up and re
building a shattered aystein. ' "
Budd Doble ia driving in New Yotk
Jesse Hood and Mutation, the last
marea formerly owned by Governor
Merriam of Minnesota.
My doctor said I would die, but Pisa's
Cnre for Consumption cured me Amos
Kelnar, ( berry Valley, Ilia., Not. 23, '86.
The greatest men are not alwaya in
tbe moat exalted offices. It ia often witb
men as with building atones the
i; rente they are the harder it ia to ele
vate them to high portions.
Toe readiest and surest way to get rid
of censure in to correct ourselves.
The outfit of an oytr tongman's ca
noe consists of a pair of rakes, a pair of
tonus, a pair of nippers, a cutting board,
several culling he miners, a couple of
half bushel baaketa and an iron half
For small tie loose and tight four-in-hand
the club or pompon pin is much
usd. Stone tope are more popular tban
ever, th amethyst and topas growing
in favor more as the pe irl d act i nee.
Floors are scrubbed by electricity ia
STIFF AND NICE
Kwfco haw bad yaawrf fswetjeaj
JONCS OF SINOHAMTON N. V.
AIqgIiq Gold Ficldo
MaavfartiM aiaaka aaa nasiaaa
Feeder tor the Calf
Tbe following is a cheap and con-.
Tenlent arrangement for koplDg a calf
that is lM'lng raised by hand from swal
lowing milk too fast: Ue a piece of
light wood board, cut round, so an to tit
loosely Inside of a common pall. Insert
In the center of this float a spile (A) of
size and shape of tbe cow's teat. Cover
this spile (or teat) with some suitable
material a piece of old gum boot top
will answer. This may be tacked se
curely to the float. The hole in the
spike should be Btiia.ll, so that the flow
of milk through It when In use shall
correspond with the natural tlow from
the cow's udder. As the milk in the
pail Is used, the float follows down
ward, enabling the calf to get all the
milk in the pall. To prevent the calf
from turowltig tbe float out of the pall
two cleats are tacked on Inside of sanie.
at H II. These cleats are so arranged
that the float may be readily removed
by the operator. Ohio Farmer.
Profits Mr Age.
Many dairymen and others who mlllc
cows for profit believe that when a cow
reaches the age of 7 or 8 her useful
days are over, and that she should be
replaced by one younger, says s writer
In the New York Tribune. Iut. other
things being equal, this Is a mistake.
A cow that has been well cared for.
with generous ration and proper at
tention given to ber comfort, through
all seasons of the year. Is better and
will make a more profitable ret urn at rl
years than at an earlier sge; in other
words, she Is In her prime, and she will
continue In this conditdou sevrrnl years,
and will not be considered an old cow
until fourteen or fifteen years have
passed. Cows with first calves at 2
or 3 years aw generally unprofitable
lu their milk yield, and one really good
cow Wtween 7 and 8 years old will pay
a boiler -avenue than two that are per
forming their first year's duties in ."e
dairy herd, and she will probably con
sume but little more food than one of
the younger ones. This fact Is worthy
the consideration of those who are
dairying for profit.
A Various Purpose liuildlng.
The cut, from the American Agricul
turist, shows a building constructed
upon a bank, tbat will prove convenient
for several uses. In wliUer the room In
the bank is used for the storage of roots
and other stork foods, while outside is
a set boiler for cooking the same for
ABSERAL FliaeOSK llol SK.
hogs, poultry, etc. In this open shed
water can also be beated and bogs
dressed, a hoisting arrangement being
provided overhead. During tbe bot
months of summer tbe bank room Is
thoroughly cleaned and used aa a milk
room, tbe open shed outside being used
aa a shady place for churning and
working tbe butter. The building will
thus be found excedlngly convenient
all tbe year around.
Fnreem with Toanatoea.
Last year 1 bad two patches half s
mile apart, one bard, tough black land
which we call "gumbo," very difficult,
to tend. I did not expect much of a
crop, but we framed them up and had
a floe crop of very large tomatoes of
tbe Imperial Tarlety. We gathered
bushels and bushel of them every sec
ond or third day till rrost, at which
time they were as large as ever, an-l
many grewn ones coming on. I think
om reason of their doing so well was
that we pruned them. We framed one
Turner Hybrid vine which siood off to
Haelf, and 1 never saw so many nnd
snob fins tomatoes aa we secured front
that vine. We weighed several 1l1.1t
went 2 pound each, and we wished af
terward tbat we had weighed the en
tire protruct of the vine, as I never saw
en many large ones on one vino, The
ether patch waa on light sandy soil,
aiaek sealer te tend; we framed most
of th'-m; tbey did well till frost came,
but were very small aud knotty at th
last. Our tomatoo did not keep well,
and I would like to ask whether tbey
should be very soft and ripe to keep
well. Mine were so large they rotted
before becoming very ripe. Some say
the weather was too dry and hot. I
canned lot of them in August, and aa
the weather was very warm, and I
bad no cellar, I put them upstairs for
a long time until I got a cellar. Mrs.
K. J. Woodward In Practical Faiuier.
Three Crop in a Year.
Most farmers get only one crop a
year from land, aud if they secure two
crops a year It Is only by extra inaniu'
lug, which costs perhaps as much as
the second crop is worth. But market
gardeners, who have brought their land
to the highest degree of fertility, find It
much too valuuble to let it lie idle dur
ing any time of the growing season.
Some of them regularly take three
cruris off their best land. The first is
spinach, which Is partially covered dur
ing the winter to protect It, and Is hoed
so soon as the ground Is fit to work. Af
ter the spinach comes a crop of wax
beaus to he sold as string beans, and
either cabbage or turnips occupy the
hind after the bean vines are plowed
uuder early In July.
Important in Reed Growing.
It is a good plan, when sowing small
flower eed, to cover the bed with
coarse brown jiapt'r, well soaked In
The little seeds, when sown In moist
soil, swell, and germ I nation starts at
once. Unless the soil Is kept damp, it
often forms a crust, and the seeds dry
out, thus destroying their vitality.
The application of paper as above di
rected keeps the soil moist, prevents
the (Tust from forming, and causes the
germination of the seed to proceed
without Interruption. Iampen the pa
per from time to time as It becomes
dry, and remove when the plants be
gin to show through the soli. Try lit.
How to tirow Flowers.
Value of Wide Wagon Tire.
The extent to which the value of wide
tires bas come to be recognized Is shown
by the fact that during the last twelve
mouths the Legislature of nearly every
State has been asked to pass a bil! pro
viding for their compulsory adoption.
The State of New Jersey bas already
adopted a law of this kind, and It is
reaping the benefit In the country. With
(he tires In use, even the present coun
try roads will Improve, for such tire;
serve as rollers to make the roadbed
compact, instead of cutting deep ruts,
as do heavily loaded wagons on narrow
Our Illustration shows a home-madfc
potato coverer that Is very simple in
construction. The two sides approach
each other toward the rear ends, thus
briugiug the two sides directly across
HOIIEMADK POTATO COVKRIB.
each of the two rows lying side by side.
When furrowing these rows, let the
earth be turned outward In each of the
two rows to be covered by the machine.'
This will result In drawing the earth
back over the seed, aud will not ridge
It up between the rows. The furrows
can lie made in sets of two each, for
this purpose. Tbe horse goes between
tbe rows, and the handles permit one
to draw back over the seeds Just
enough of thx soil to cover them prop
erly. Grange Judd Farmer.
rutting Up Grapevine.
fine of the first Jobs to be done In,
spring Is to lift up the grapevines from
the ground, where they were thrown
after last fall or winter's pruning. This
is necessary to prevent the buds of they
vine from starting prematurely, an
tbey are very likely to do If the vlnet
are left in a sheltered place and expos-
ed to the direct rays of the sun whll
protected from Uie cold winds tbat usu
ally prevail during much of April.
soon as the grnpe bud bursts into lea
tbe slightest frost will kill It To kee
it back as much as poeatble, and avoli
tbe danger from late spring frosts
should be tbe vintner's care, and th!
in spring is beet accomplished by keep.'
lng tbe Tine on Its trellis.
Keeping Apples In Pita.
A uniform temperature and one but
little above freezing is more easily)
maintained In an out-of-door pit covers
ed witb soil than- In the bouse cellar
which Is always kept too warm for the)
beat keeping of fruit or vegetables. Bui
In keeping apples In pits, care should
be tsken not to leave tbe fruit In con
tact with earth or where sotl-fllterei)
wster can get to It. Thle will give ap
pies an earthy aud disagreeable tastei
which makes them unfit to eat raw, and
Is not wholly removed by cooking.
Have the Hoi I.
The full etreams of spring wear away,
much good soil unless Tne banks are)
protected. A few ki driven Jus
above tbe weak points will serve
II serve '.t
collect rubbish, and tbereb.
riie hanks. Stick a few wlllo
along the bank; their rootw hold tbcj
soil together, enaldlug It to resist th.j
encroachments of the water to a re
markaWe degree. Rural World.
Feeding- ll rn-.
In all borse feeding the aim Is to
maintain the force nnd endurance
which the horse alrcndy possesses, and
to develop these iinlltic when sssi
blc. When It Is diwlrcd to have a horse
Increase In weight and slr.e and take
on a well-rounded sppciirauce It should
be done by adding to liht muscle raiVtr
than lo Increase greatly Hie amount of
adipose substance. Maryland Station
THE DAWN OF
avrnest Words From Mr. Plnlcham
and a Letter From Mrs. Dunmore, of Somervlll, :
advent of womanhood is franjrht with dangers which even careful
UIIIN at . I
Vegetable Compound. I had inflammation of the womb, a bearing-down pain,
and the whites very badly. The pain was so intense tbat I could not sleep at
night. I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for a few months,
and am now all right. Before that I took morphine pills for my pains; that waa
a great mistake, for tbe relief was only momentary and the effect rile. lam
so thankful to be relieved of my sufferings, for the pains I had were omething
I vdla E. Pinkham's VeictableCornsooiid : a Woman's Remeilyfor Wotnan'sIUs
Kohs are again in fashion r genera!
use and the demand is constantly in
creasing, 9mall pearls are now m ire than ever
the proper thing in studa for evening
The combination srarfpin ami tie rnv
is an article useful and fashionable at
To reduce tbe stoutness incident to
his fifty and o Id year the Prince ol
Wales ha taken to tbe bike. His royal
highness is getting on.
Baron Rogera 2:00J',by Baron Wilkev
andGeorne A, 2:12, by Glencoe Wilkei-,
were shipped to Europe Jan. 29.
Tbe Duke of Cambridge hns the ri.li
to wear several uniforms; but with Un
characteristic modesty of the great, tie
never wears more than one at a time.
The powers one by one are making
demands on Chins. The fun will beyrin
when tbey make demands on eaci.
Tbe importation of American crulf
oil into Germany to be refined there i
Supreme Cenrt flnstalna tbe Foot
Justice Lauglilin, in Su,reme Court,
Buffalo, N. V., has ordered a permanent
Injunction, with costa, and a full account
ing of sales, to issue against Paul B. Hud
son, the manufacturer of the foot powder
called "Dr. Clark's Foot Powder," ami
also nguinst a retail dealer of Brooklyn,
restraining them from making or selling
the Dr. Clark's Foot Powder, which is
declared, ia the decision of the court, tin
imitation and infringement of "Font
Ease," the powder for tired, aching feet,
to ahake into your aboes, now so target;
advertised and sold all over the country.
Allen S. Olmsted of Le lioy, N. Y., is the
wwner of the trade-mark "Foot-Ease,"
and be Is tbe first individual who ever
Hiivertised a foot powder extensively over
the country. He will aeud 0 sampl-i Free
to anyone who will write him for it. The
decision in this case upholds his trade
mark and renders all parties liable vslio
fraudulently attempt to profit by the ex
tensive "Foot-Eaae" advertising, in plac
ing neon tbe market a spurious and simi
lar appearing preparation, labeled and put
op in envelopes and boxes like Foot-Ease,
Similar suits will I brought against oth
ers wio are now Infringing on the Fout
Ease trsde-mark and common law rights.
The very newest thing on runners
seen on the New York enow drive tliip
winter is a high bodied rig, fashioned to
Imitate a fancy English sproting trap.
Mra. Wlnalow'a Soom iso Srscr for child
ran teetblng, softens the gum, reduces Inflam
mation, allays pain, earaa wind oollc. iba bottle
At 22 years of sge Onward and Red
Wilkes each had 127 perfoimers, Nut
wood 92 and Electioneer 62.
TO CURK A Ktl.l) IN ONE DAT.
Taka LataUre Brnmo OulnliM Tablet. All llru(gUM
1 wenaj If n run- to run. SM
According to a Missouri coroner's
jury, the deceased "comes to his death
by being stru'-k by a railroad train in
the hands of a receiMr."
rXQ ParoMneuttyrfctml. oataarnarrraaiM'aAnr
rilw rat 47 i oa of Dr. Kllaa'n Orral Nrrrr R,.
erw. Sand for Mr SS. IrUI kotUawd tmiUr.
t a U Kuan. Ua.. an ir-h NtrMt, rkUadaiaaia, e.
Lincoln J. Carter has fonr companies
romping about with "The Heart of
MhirlM uvar iron 117 muH
to wrHMiin, Saw
lak VraSa, li uyim,
Mat aanlnaaaal. IMtm
ml .? el.oo.
I Ma waaaia,iai
ill ntkaa. as to ai2.
an a,rotJ r1t
mI a tvnt iwihmf t . W-Ha
rata Hat i 1 ! -Uli,iH
liitiit i.r ri;r :. . '
Ut Ailr.rtlM thM Sand for OM. RMar aaaala
waaMa. Lanitto loKaras BIrUiadatkairoap.
li. ( . tlKAII V( I.I. I'll., hl.ano. ill
rllCTlJ I I .- It at U I..r ku.uial
' la a t aayaA I diftcbargaa, InflsaiaiaUaaai
aaaauwai VI Irrl I .Lin, a 1 - 1
a inucoaa aiaaibrsaaa.
grnnav aaamin. r.iuUia, and a at aatrkv
TWtnaCaiaiCH,Ca, fittor eniaoaoa.
esoiati.s.(n eaW BmiaS,
O. a. a. 7. r ?r s"' la "'Ull'i
Of !., artMM. SW
Is U I? " """i". P-w-
-v- wai mi wm
jry . vi
to Mother Who HT Dswicbtava,
mothers too often neglect.
One of the dangers to a youngf woman is belated
menstruation. " The lily droops on its stem and dies
before its beauty is unfolded;" or she may have en
tered into tbe perfection of womanhood
with little apparent inconvenience or
disorder of health. But suddenly the
menses entirely cease.
Mother, puberic malady is taldng
hold of your daughter, and quick
consumption may follow I Talc ia
stant steps to produce regular men
strualion. Lydia E. Pinhham's Vegetable Coot
pound is certain to assist nature to per
form her regular duties, procure It at
once; there are volumes of testimony from
grateful mothers who have bad their
daughters' health restored by it use
If personal advice is desired, write
quickly to Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass
It will be given you without charge, and
it will be the advice of abundant experi
ence and success.
Read the following from Mrs, Chablks
DuniioRE, 10 Fremont St, Winter Hill,
"I was in pain day and night; mydoetot
did not seem to help uie. I could not seem to
find any relief until I took Lydia E. Pinkham's
The man who borrows trouble gener
ally gives his happiness as security.
The Roman catacombs are 680 mile
in extent, and it is estimated that from
0,000,000 to 15,000,000 dead are there
Tiie mean summer temperature ol
New York city is about 74 degrees, that
of Liverpool about 59 degree.
Switzerland bas one of the finest tele
phone systems in the world. It is
owned by the government and operated
in the interest of the people.
"A tape worm eighteen feat least as
least came on tha scene after my taUactws
CASCAKliTS. Tbla I am sure has Muses nut
bad health tor the past three years. I am aSa
taking Caaoarets, the only eatharUe worthy af
DOlloa by sensible people."
uao. w. bowlbs, ttatro, i
Pleasant. Palatable. I'otont. Taste Good, pa
Good, Mover Sicken, Weaken, or Gripe. tOe, Xe,SM.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. M.
Sl.rll.l lm4, Cuaiaaar, Clr. Maatrval. (. Vara, tO
NOaTflaRAR "D'1 '"ratitea by all drat
SI II I lI'DAb gists to ( iai: Tobacco HabltT
"4 Ptrftct Type ofthtHighttt Ordtrtf
Excellence in Manufacture. "
..Costs Less THan Cff 6HT i fcp..
Be lurr lhal jou (at tha GaaaJae Aftkia,
made at D0RCHE5TBR. MAM. by
WALTER BAKER CO. Ltd. I
700 miles long
Begins st Denver. Bode at 8eJt
Lake City. MonnUins oanona
waterfalls rers cities. Toe oan
see them all it ron go west oree the
Two daile trains (rom Osaahat to
Denver, Salt Lake Olty, and 8en
A'ternonn train Praver Limited
leave" "riiits at4.W p. aa. Arrtfw
Denver 7 :au next tnornina:,
Nlvht train Deower
Mve a 11 :M p. m. Beets.se Bm
er at 1 :3D p. m. net ey.
rickets at offices of oonneetiatf nam
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