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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (July 21, 1898)
"I'm So Tired!"
as tired in the niorn:ng a when I re
to lied! Why Id it? Kimply l.itnto
your blood is In muh a "or, lluu
sluggish condition it doc not keep up
four atrength mid you do lint Kl tl.
benefit of your sleep. T feci siren?
and keep strong jul try I ! tonic hii-I
purifying t fTn la of Hood's ;ipfiriliii.
Our word for it, 'twill do yiu good.
It AnwHe' Cn-ntcsl VJtelti.
HOOrt'S PI!lB flit oil Uver !!!. m..
I'opu titr ftciem-i.
The eyeball ih white beemiSH the Mool
geesels Hint feed its enb-tiiice sr.- n
m.all that thy da uol admit too r d
A rough calcn'ation has been made
that there ia telegraph wire enough on
Ibis p'anct tc reach times from here
to the moor.
Liquid hydropen, niw producible in
ny qiantity.is loiiinl by D r to have
boiling point of alioiit 2-10 degrees t
low K-ro ;. and ttie nnexn eted dcnstv
of shout til-tenth that of water.
The tppronch ol hot weithcr nol
affect in the lnaa- Hpaiu'a deaiie for a
apply of coal.
Hall'. Catarth Cure
a constitutional cure, i'.ice 7S cenat.
The brim ol v ry tnnnj pf the hat
lorn more or lf back (rorr lhr h'fe
had, with cfti-n tlieaanm chamrtri-itic
t the back, though lg pr W'Hinod.
The crown ia low and 8 linewhat hr -a.l.
atni. M'llllln' ISOIJTMIHll RTBI f lor Chilli'
nn ifti'ihhiK, iHitU'iis lite b'mn, rc.lnoii Inttitui.
Hlon, allKfii (.nil!, can wiHtli.'ntiC butile
What uhcur Ia:i(h'oii, whst hm
known tirant, wh;it uiiu-p 'rh il Farra.
cut., A'ill this yeur hrmif forth? Ne
Wtil-at 4CM -nlu i.uxhfU
Ui to ;."'' wheat tp irn1il a
40 rrnla and atimph-a of Saler'a l'rilOo
(SO Utiaheliiperarre) Wiiite; U'lie.it. Ky
Oat a. (!!"vir. it., with I'arm H.-til ('iita
InjrilP fnr4 cent pm-incr. JOHN A. SAl
UKH KKK1 .. ! Crfiw. Wis, 0 N I
Uncle 8am hai 12,m),0i)U avaii
able filiter, and we w u 1 lifc to ai-e
a fioaniah armv pt any of our free
lonchea Dner Pots',
Trf All n Foot-Fnae,
A oowdr-r tu w ahaken into thp ahora.
At tbia ipiiuin your fit feci swollen, ner
ou and hot, anil get timl eaRily. If yon
aare aniartine fwt or tight ahoca. try
Allen'a Koot-Kase. It cooia th- feet and
nakea walking insy. Cure anollcn anil
iweatirif feet. bliHtera and ctilluua ipota.
Relieves (rn and buimm of all pain an
a-lTea rent and comfort. Over ten Cioumand
testimonial. Try It to-iiy. Hoi.) hy a
alruariata and ahue ton- for 'K, Tria
aarkatte KUEK. AdUreaa, Allen 8. Olm
ted. jt ltoy. X. Y.
We have definitely decided to may U
ome and do what we can to enlhnae
Ike reat of the bc? tj eulut. Brook
ield (Mo.) Gaaette!
I ha Bu Jotepb and Grand bland
Kaiim City asd Omaha Eailwaji
MORTEST AND OUICKtSV ROUTES
to tu. roirm
aai la fmmm
Mas wtia IM
TJnioa Faeifia Byite
. a Tas umni uhh
faCalllamla, Orcaaa and all Wei I it Pntnu.
far latormii tlnn riming raw, c, au oa
MlMlltimlllHlM S. M. A MIT,
W. f. Hobiiwok, ia., 0a. rm i-A
Om'l Manatw. at ia. Ma
ANfegtiable Preparation for As
similating iteTood ArulRcflula
tirg tb Stonacbs ari Dowels of
Opum.Morphinc nor 5JiaVaL
Not Mabc otic.
mm and Loss or w
I jnw Adiiiirii (J o'ne Pwey, L,
L, l W- wiiil I b-t h n-w hat gvn-t
i y k tm o' ri'Hm'tf that Dewt-jr
vi'u lis (ri.nl iil in ire than the
r ar me. I' ll o Htprefs,
Ml n r I -wev is w rtny of any and
till Iniii t, b I' th-- expl mat'on of the
action of he S-e-n mi Versi y in eoti
r i. u dece o' L L. I), oulnrais
ne university is 1 c-iipj Hi
P tt-'icra, an I i' was conside e I api r -(.ri
t ! cooler tut- d gree a Pit sljurg
atni T pl.,1-. ih on lVwpy'g e eU ai d a
iiiHmh r H tie tnuu tv man ifauture i
b..;ub jl U Wey'a ra ige On lets.
Ori-hurcJ and Garden.
To have a good garden try
mettin ' growing all the time.
Mini i n and neglect are great
eau-i a ol iiiiiriiiilu!nl8 tn orchard.
T jo much inanur'n iri'reaies woody
i th at 'he expense o f'uit.
Ve a linn wi.illl tre in cnttivating
moMif the tnei in the orchard.
Siwdnt inm of tiie hi-gt material
iittt- fn tnuli-li'inie all kiiuUof lu men,
w itti floAt-niig plant, cnttinK the
win . a tht-y matur ! ftrentheiia tu
A STARTlii .UOTHKJL
f rnrii the Frfeportilll ) tlullflln.
While busy at wofi In her home, Mra.
William Shay, corner of Taylor and Han
urk avenues, r reenort, 111., waa atartled
by bearing a noiae just behind her.
, i n r n
1 ing quick-
,J . iW ffi
t o w a r a
li e r b i
t e r, Ke
t h e floot
Kri &h y Wat fitarlUJ.
c c m e d
loy nl tiiHlniK Her iiiohht.
fho reft of
! luipiietiiiK! is best told tu llie motiieri
i ,ti wi.nU. She said:
"On I lie 2KUi of Sept., IHIMi, wh'M m
tlieliUwiu of lieaitiif Ileatriee was gudden
lyaiMUevexi ly alllictiHl with spinal menin-i
il.lis. Htrottg and visirmis More, in five
tvei-ks !e hecaait feeble and aulfered
frnra paralytic stroke which twisted her
head bu-k to the side and made tt impos
sible fur her to rocne a limb. Iter wocech,
however, was not affected. We called In
our family doctor, one of the most experi-
cikkI and stiiTfHslul practiuouers tn tns
city. 1 1-couniderii the cuse a very itrave
one. Helore long lime tsearnce was com.
pelted to wear a piaater jiana jacket.
Prominent physicians were consulted,
electric batteries wt re applied, but no hen
etit was noticed until we tried Dr. Will
iams' Pink Pills for Pale People.
"Itusy in my kitchen one afternoon I
was startled by the cry of 'Mamma'
from little IWtriee, who was creeping
toward mo. 1 hud placed her on an Im
provised bed in the parlor comfortably
close to the fireside tad giim her soma
books and playthings. She became tired
tt waiting for mc to oome back and made
up her mind to w to me, ber story
'My Piiik Pills made me walk,' which aha
tells everyone who comes to. our hmiea,
ws then for the first time verified. She
lias walked everainre. Hhe has now takes
alsiut nine boin of the pills am her pale
and pim bed face has been (rowing rosy,
tnd her limbs cnlneil xfreneth est day.
There is a ureat revival of tbemseol
taffeU nls in plain tweutiful eolorinm
in clmnireable effects, pretty dotted,
barred and striped palterne and ia
weaves barred with satin in ooatraaUng
lilfe wad the Liver.
"8 ulceus in life depends upou the liver"
is the way Chas. Lamb, the poet and pun
ster, put it. MedicHl science baa proven
that nine-tenths of tbe ailments of living
have their origin ia tbe liver, sad la con
stipation caused by its deranfenaeata.
Keep tbe liver lively and ail will be well.
Modem science points out Caacarets as
the only perfect, gentle, positive liver rete
ll I u t or fit to be used in the delicate human
organism. All druggists sell Oases rets
'ille, 'k', fSlc. sad we recoiuouwd them
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
""ft I lv
Simple Incnhator. .
Rome yearn ago bearing a piping of j
chicks on the aide of a manure heap lu j
the Jwirn yard, I searched and found a )
neat of self-hatched live and hearty or-1
phans left on the cold world without a
uiuioer. aim ii any i'"s .
knows beat how hard a tnlLg It Is to be ,
without a mother, it. is
chb'k. The chicks were
ever, by simply leaving
they were found anil feeding them In a
coop fitted to the manure heap, by
which the warmth that had brought
them safely Into this cold world, sut'.ly
nourished tbein until they were able
to take care of themselves, which they
1 did in a short time. 1
I The natural .warmth of fermenting j
u.,t,.h r,, i. bo
HOMR-MADE Hf 0BATOR.
Iteaumu'r, that noted French scientist
who invented the thermometer known
by his name. It is, and has Iwen for
2,000 years, in use by Egyptians for
hatching eggs artificially. Mons. lteau
tnur invented a neat bo in which the
manure might be hlaced. and under a
, nest kept covered by a piece of sheep
skin or a bunch or soft hay. to retain
the heat of the manure which seems to
be naturally that needed to batch
cblckena. Now this old self-regulating
apparatus may be set a-going by any
farmer's boy, who Is not averse to the
healthful, if disagreeable odor of a
manure heap. The apparatus used for
this nurniwe Is aulte simple. A small
barrel, or a boi, may serve the purpose;
the manure being heaped and covered
with straw aa a shelter for the nest. A
regulator by which air Is given Is made
In the abape of a pipe or spout having
a thermometer hung Inside of It to uote
the temperature. Thia device Is far
more certain than an Incubator, bested
by a lamp or by boiling water, for
while the manure may tool down a lit
tle It will never get too hot, and so cook
the chickens before their due lime. Ccr
bilnly there la a field for the farmer's
boya to try their skill and luck as we
may say, and rear some chicks without
the help or rather worry of the willful
croaa-gralned and generally unsatisfac
tory hen, which will aa soon as not beat
a little chick to death V '-ay with
in her own special brood. II. S.
The figure represents a home-made
pair of bobsleds, or flat bottom mud
liobs, that will tako the place of the old,
long mud sled. The runners are made
of plank 3 feet 0 Inches long by 4
Inches wide and 1 inches thick, bolted
together with two three-eighths inch
bolU. The dark lines In cut (A A) are
pieces of 2 by 4 Inch stuff, set up edge
ways and hollowed out as shown. The
raves are made of 1 Inch thick stuff, 4
Inches wide. Beams are 3 by 4 Inches
square; bolsters the same. The blocks
under beam are 3 by 4 Inches, cut oT
square and bolted up through runner
and rave with two nair-incn ooita,
This makes a very strong pair of bobs,
that are Just the thing to use In tc
sugar bush and around on tbe farm In
th spring of the yeur.
There la not a great deal of difficulty
In getting rid of Bermuda In a sandy
nil. hut In upland red clay there I
more difficulty. Plow the aod shallow,
an dbarrow and rake out all the grass.
Then sow the land thickly In peas,
OMlng .fully one and a half bushels per
sere. Fertlllts the peas with acid phos
phate and potash to get aa heavy a
growth as possible, aod use tbe Won
derfol pea, as It grows ranker than any
other sort Mow the peas for hay as
sooa aw well podded, and plow the land
t moo ud barrow and prepare It for
Mta to bo sown In September. Bow
rod clover with tbe oats and use plenty
f sod, not leas than IS pounds per
ero. Too following spring after tbo
i .7 Trt ;
tr i,v raB tben iciiiiiina rcnw ido
oata after the crop Is off. If phimcd in
(niton till would uece'silate the B
lux of tin' oat in bile winii r. Follow
tliia oats crop wlt'j pe;is na'n aiid ou
will b:ive no more llerinmla. and will
find the land vastly improved find bi
well paid for the woik cion to clean
the bind. Constant mi-cession of
ng crops of peas, oats and
111 drive it out. Practical
To j;row cucuiiibiTS auecpHsfully
I thorough manuring and cultivating are
necessary. In tin' early spring tue
growers of cucumbers for the market
use Immense quantities of manure to
force the growth. The seed should be j
sown in molHt ground, not in me urj
tsoll Juat at top of the bill. The moist
aoil will assist the germination. The
more common way ia to make large
hills and put a good lot of manure In
the bottom, even if the whole ground
has been previously worked over with
manure The manure In the hill should
be deep enough and there should be
enough dirt above ft to prevent the teD
der roots coining into contact with It.
. ,Un ,,., ,i nlinla
" - ".'' " rtlV(1
lUIIi I'llOllU IU UU'IIUH: Ul Hit-- . . .
ia always somewniit ol a prouieni.
There are various remedies given. But
; on or me '' -"
h to have some 1 :b mu si ch , th with
b.ob to cover the hills till the plants
get a numher of coarse leaves. These
i cloths are stretched over a frame find
j the ends covered with the soil. Most of
he Insects reeu on me tenner
and are not particularly interested in
t he courser leaves luai eoiuu uici.-
Burr Knapn'a Farm Fnrrowa. j
One of the greatest faults Is fault
Tbe milking stool Is a poor curry
He who ents more than be produces
robs the world.
onn men who pet their neighbor's
children wili only pound their own.
No v w KrlKl-
Kail '! . siirhs while success hustles.
Au oid Held may produce new grain.
Lnzy bees, no honey; lazy farmer, no
Who refuses to toil has uo right to
Every shine aas Us shadows
even a shadow has its use.
If Jim do not waut-it, the greatest
of bargains Is not cheap.-Exchange.
The tnirols; heeri.
This beautiful sheep is a fair repre
sentative of another descendant of the
Southdown hreed to which it owes all
those popularities, except size, that
have been given to every cross bred
race of hcep in which the Southdown
blood flows. It more closely resembles
Its half parent than the Shropshire
does, having a smoother body, a liner
fleece, and more of the broad loin than
this possehses. It Is a new breed, hav
ing only been admitted to the English
exhibitions as a distinct class ten years
ago, although Us foundation began by
the first cross of tbe Southdown on an
ancient race, a hardy, horned, black
faced sheep existing from time Im
memorial In the County of Suffolk, In
F.nglnnd. This sheep is a special mut
ton breed, Its fleece, however, being
valued highly for the manufacture of
clothing. It Is douhtful If the breed naa
hn sutHcienilv long established to
confer on it the ability to maintain It
self, as the Southdown or Shropshire
does In all Its special points. Time Is
required for this, but the Suffolk has
its usefulness in crossing an inferior
sheep to Improve them In all the de
sired points for the butcher and for Its
ludir nit Hieep.
It requires familiarity with sheep to
enable one to judge beneath its coat of
wool whether it Is fat or In poor con
dition. An experienced shepherd will
not only know the various sheep In bis
flock by differences In their faces, but
he can also tell by the looks of the
sheep what age It Is, and whether It Is
tn thrifty or unthrifty condition, let
to most people a flock, of sheep pre
sents do Individual peculiarities.
Fertilizing Htra wberrlea.
Strawberry roots do not spread out
near the surface of the ground as much
as some other kinds of small fruits, for
which reason all fertilizers applied
should be along the rows, close to the
plants. It Is sn excellent plan to apply
fertiliser over the rows early In spring,
but at this season of the year It can
not be done without Injury to plants.
Good Horse In Pemaail.
Good horses are In demand, not only
for army use, but on farms. A few
years ago horses fell In price to a point
which made It unprofitable to raise
them, but since that time they hare be
ramo scarce In some sections. There
may be an abnndant aupply of "plugs,'
but horses adapted for general work oo
tbe farms will And ready sale.
Those who grow asparagus by level
culture object to the work, of cutting
the shoots. The proper way Is to bill
up tbe rows thirty Inches high, so as
not to be compelled to bend the body
low In ratting. If the shoots are cat
just as tbe tips are appearing through
iv:.r.r twain .. w
Jnn5a B Crooa r.d Kra. Ilarry
jEyjns E. flr.nKS, I).--iiniark, Iowa
writes to Mrs. Pinbham:
"I bad been sick at my monthly
periods fur seven years, and tried
almost everything I ever beard of, bui
without any benefit. Was. troubled
with backache, headache, pains ia tha
shoulders and dizzinebs. Through my
mother I was induced to try Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and
it has done me so much good. I am
now sound and well."
"Mrs. Habry Hardy, Riverside, Iowa,
writes to Mrs. Pinkham, the story of
her strng-gle with serious ovarian trou
ble, and the benefit she received from
the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound. This ia her letter:
"How thankful I am that I took
vour medicine. I was troubled for
two years with inflammation of the
womb and ovaries, womb was also very
low. I was in constant misery. I had
heart trouble, was short of breath and
could not walk five blocks to save my
life. Suffered very much with my
back, had headache all the time, vras
nervous, menstruations were irregular
and painful, bad a bad discharge and
ivaa troubled with, bloating. I was n
perfect wreck. Had doctored and
taken local treatments, but still was no
better.- I was advised by one of my
neighbors to write to you. I have now
finished the second bottle of Mrs. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound, and am
better in every way. I am able to do
,all my own work and can walk nearly
a mile without fatigue; something I
had not been able to do forover two
years. Ycur medicine has done me
more good than all the doctors."
Germany'semp roris in that a'tifnde
that with his hat off he doesn't know
whether to throw it up for America or
begin talking th-ough it.
For Lung and cliest uVc aes, Piso'e Onre
is toe best medicine we nave ose,d Mra.
J. L. jNouhcoit, Windsor, Unt., Canada.
A young tree 8ft o'lt on the side of an
old tree that has died seldom thrives
It usually starves to death.
With raspberries and blackbeirie
tbe best treatment is to keep tbe canes
pinched back to four feet.
Hon, Babe Anson is now a New York
er for baseball purposes only. Wash
Iu point, of fact, Can'n Anson hss
always been one of the giants. Chicago
Mr. Anson will now proceed to show
Chicago what a great townNe.v York
la. Washington Star.
Will old man Anon bring a streak o'
hick to the New York ball player' They
Bead It. Boeton Globe.
3 EoVMtl SO COOUM t
exact reproductions of the S 10,000 originals by Muville, which will be given
job ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below.
These Plaques are 40 inches in circumference, are free of any suggestion of
advertising wbetever, and will ornament the most elegant apartment. . No
manufacturing concern ever before gave away tuch valuable presents to its
customers. They are not for sale at any price, and cti be obtained only in
the manner specified. The subjects are:
American Wild Ducks, American Pheasant,
English Quail, English Snipe.
The birds are handsomely embossed and stand out natural as life. Each
Plaque is bordered with a band of gold.
has been the standard for 25 years.
packages of this brand were sold
last year. That's how good it is.
ASK YOUR DEALER
to show you the plaquea and tell
you about Elastic Starch. Accept
Bear in Mind that "The Gods Help
Those Who Help Themselves." Self
Help Should Teach You to Use
1 SooMinmoi, smrttp, 1 1111 1 H ?
Set Tsar Pssslea
tin Of, rraimu r nsm wi.wiuaru, s.e
H. N. U. NO. 600-29. YORK NEB
UUWM WSUJT1MS) W RTlSTin
And is it not due to nervoui
exhaustion? Tinjs alwsyt
look so mrch brighter when wo
are in good health. How can
you have courses when suffer
ing with headache, nervous
prostration and great physical
Vould you not like to be rid
of this depression cf spirits?
How? By removing tbo
cause. Ey tzking
It give9 activity to all parts
that carry away useless and
ur . 1
poisonous materials from your
body. It removes the cause
your suffering, because it re- 4
moves all impurities from your C
hlno.-l. Send for our hook on
To keep in good health you
must have perfect action of the
bowels. Ayer's PiUs cure con
stipation and biliousness.
V.'rltm to our Codorm.
rurhnp you wouhl lilta to consult
omp. emin-nt pliywiciaim pliout your
condition. Then write ua frp jly all th
particnlEra in yopr chpo. You will T-
calve a pvoiapt reply, without cost.
Adams, DR. J. C. AVER.
. LoweU. IUW,
FuaUion nud Fabric.
A fad ol the i our is a u.i umbrella
with a tilde 1 sword handle.
Very pr. tty wai-ts f ir morning aro
made of pink, lavender and sevres blus
1 nn. '
Re. f.r jicke's of red and blue seige,
wiih bruss buttons, aro the swth 'hiug
f ir golfing and coai hing.
Comet ribbon, which is a new rditioa
of baby ribbon, is shiried iuto tha
innumerable lit. le frill J that Adorn out
FREE for a few months to all users of the
celebrated ELASTIC STARCH, (Flat Iron
Brand). To induce you to try this brand of
starch, so that you may find out for yourself
that all claims for its superiority and econ
omy are true, the makers have had prepared,
at greet expense, a series of four
l!o;j To Oef Thorn:
All pnrch'isur? of .tr8 10 cent or
six 5cint pneknCHO( elastic Starch
(Mat Iron Brnndl, nr" entitled to re
ruivefrom their grocer one of thrsa
beautiful flame Plaque free. The
r planum will not bo sent by mall.
They can be obtained only from your
Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch.
Do not delay. This offer
ia for a tbort time only.
Cm Hl 41 IM mmmtmm
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oats crop plow the clovor down and
tha groniML aba will pe tender rrea
gaaai mtm or cotioa ua want
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