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THE tTPPEK DffiS MOINE8S ALGQNA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 2T, 1891. MM AND CREAMERY. EXPERIENCE IN FEEDING COTTONSEED TO BUTTER COWS. it trill Not too, 8»y» A Practical Batter Mi»Ver, to P«Mt Whol* Cottonseed to Butter Making; Cow*—now Ho Learned the Fact—Churning. My wife is n fine jndge of bntter, and I secnrod as n customer n frioiid that I knew could not only judge butter but Would also speak his mind. Setting in shallow pans, with a thermometer, a rectangular churn and lever butter worker, 1 began to get iny experience. During the first winter I frequently tried the experiment of using whole cottonseed, mixing with the feed for twelve cows at different times all quantities, from a peck each down to threw gallons to the whole herd. Sometimes I boiled it one liour, sometimes half a day, sometimes fed it raw. Invariably my wife would tell mo, "You gavo the cows cottonseed yesterday and the butter is spoiled;" invariably my epicurean customer would write, "Your butter is mixed and sticky." I then quit the use of the seed altogether, using cottonseed meal in its place, being thoroughly Hiitisflod, and worked up a reputation that was Al. Lust winter I found my young dairy paying me but little besides my butter's reputation, und I saw my neighbors feeding almost exclusively on whole cottonseed and Helling all their output, and I concluded that I was "casting pearls before swine." So I brought in another installment of whole cottonseed. Imputation and customers both'left in a hurry. Notes came from everywhere: ."We can't use your butter any more— flticky, tallowy, oloo," and everything <else. I expressed a sample to Hoard's .Dairyman. Reply came that the expert -.thought "it must have been frozen on --.the route, for something had ruined it." /L hauled the cottonseed out on my poor .ground and replaced it with cottonseed •meal, and my supply has not been equal vto the demand sinco. I secured a sample of butter from a izuan that I knew used cottonseed to a considerable extent and sent it to nn ox- port through a friend. My friend wroto me: "The expert 'got on his ear'—said •you were putting up a job on him; that .it was not butter at all." Now if any one doubts any of the :above assertions let him feed his cows on whole cottonseed and then express, prepaid, a sample of his butter to the secretary of the board of trade of Elgin, His., and ask him, to toll him what it will class. When I fed much whole cottonseed I used a forty gallon nquaro box churn, raised the cream to 78 (legs., and the "cow grease" (it would bo a misnomer to call it butter) came in from ten to thirty minutes. I feed cottonseed meal every day in tho year, about 2^ pounds to tho cow. I can find nothing that will tako its place in malting a beautiful sample of butter. Of courso 1 mix it Avith other feeds. For natives I use wheat bran. If I had Jerseys I should use corn meal in its place. I use Curtis' square box churn. Butter generally comes in about twenty minutes -sometimes aa soon as twelve minutes, at others as long an half an hour. We find that wo havo to begin churning at about fivo degrees higher in winter than in ,-i;mmer, when cows havo plenty of greon food,—Cor. Southern Livo Stock Journal. A "Pan HfcndlO " School Girl. Going to school In the "Pah Handle" of feifts—that little known bat 'f rnitf nl region, almost as large as Maine, to the west of the Indian territory—is not 66 simple a matter as it is in the older parts of the Union, if we are to accept an account, which seelfls to be given in good faith by a Texas journal, of a school girl's recent adv«ntnre near the new town of Cbildress. About ten miles from Childress, it is stated, there lives A settler named Collier, who has a daughter 10 years old named Pauline. The daughter wished to go to school, and as there is no school nearer than Childress, she was allowed to journey between her home and her school on horseback. Not long ago, as she was galloping easily along over the plain on her pony, she suddenly saw, crouching on the ground before her, ready for a spring, a panther, or "American lion," an animal which is not uncommon in that region. Nd doubt a good many 16-year-old girls, confronted by such an animal un- dor Biich circumstances, would have turned their horse's head and taken to flight. Pauline was wiser than this. She know that an attempt at escape meant death, She had no firearms, but she had, hanging upon tho pommel of her saddle, an instrument which is very commonly used thereabouts—a lariat or lasso. Paulino coolly took up the lariat, and, with a quick and skilful hand, threw it over the neck of the now advancing wild animal. Then, with a wrap of the coil about the pommel of her saddle, she started swiftly N along tho trail, dragging the resisting panther behind her. Before she reached Childress, Pauline encountered a group of cowboys, who were naturally greatly astonished to see the game she had in tow. The animal, between his choiring and his dragging, was dead. The cowboys removed the panther's skin and had it made into u sacque, which they presented to the young girl. Tho animal, however, was lirst weighed, and was found to weigh 210 pounds. And don't forget it; keep your eye continually upon this space, and remember that JONES HE PAYS THE FREIGHT I McGormick Harvesting Machine Co., 1831 J, I. Case Threshing Machine Co., - 1842 A. A. Cooper, wagons, - - - - 1840 P. P. Mast & Co,, cultivators, etc., - 1843 James Selby & Co., planters, etc., - 1850 D. S. Morgan & Co., mowers, Hearst, Dunn & Co., planters, John Deere, plows, etc., - 1834 - 1860 1854 Moline Wagon Co., wagons, etc., - - 1865 J". b !Q -IK Of the New Wigwam at Algona, Iowa, is agent for the above well-known and reliable institutions. Compare this list with anything you have seen, and then decide where to buy your farm implements for the season of 1891. s@~ I am agent for J. A. Hamilton's Hardwood Lumber and Wood, a full stock of which will be kept constantly on hand. down tav Winter Dairying. There is trouble in having tho cows breed BO as to bring thorn into tho dairy in October. In practice, the cows must begin te calvo by .Sept, 1, or tho last of them will not como into tho dairy until 4he first of Docomber. Still thero will ibonfuw of tho cowu llmt will not bo "dictated to," and, with tho usual result, Bomo of the bust cows will come in next season very late and take their place among tho summer springers, and often these are sold to go to Now York or Philadelphia to recruit tho city milk dairies there. The money tints received for tho springer goea into a western cow that comes in later, tho exchange being about an even "awap." Nearly every town has a cow merchant who buys summer milkers of tho farmers to go east, and also brings in droves from central and western Ohifi and Bells to these same farmers, Tho overplus of these droves is added to the others and a combined "load" is sent oast. In this way the dairyman who is alert to his business is enabled to dispose of cows that do not como in ai the right season to those who want all-the-year-round dairies at little if tiny sacrifice of first cost. —Amoricait&'griculturist. Got Caught, A Pueblo milk peddler mimed Martin S. Smith has been arrested for working tho pump handle too vigorously. He •used a secret chemical in making milk vhioh was sold to the hotels and res- 1 aurants in largo quantities. A five gal- Stm can was filled nine-tenths full of water, in which twelve or fifteen drops of the fluid were placed. This was then stirred up, turning the contents of tho con to a light brown color. Two quarts of milk thrown on to tho mixture gavo it the appearance of the genuine lacteal fluid, including a froth. It could not bo detected from tho real article by either taste or smell, but in tho course of a, couple of days assumed a, dirty white complexion,—Field and Farm. Kinking linby Clothes. Every now and then ono hears of a now instance of ingenuity on the part of the working girls, more especially those who belong to clubs, and so get the benefit of contact with wise and tactful women. Fourteen of Miss Grace H. Dodge's New York club girls havo lately gone into u very pretty enterprise. They have established themselves on n co-operative basis in the manufacture of dainty baby clothes. A little money has been put into the plan from outside. If the girls succeed and anything is left above their wages the proflts are to be parted in three, ono portion for the stockholders, one for the girls, to be divided according to their salaries, and one for an emergency and enlargement fund. I do not know of a pleosanter place in tho city in which to spend half an hour than the sunny little workroom above tho store, especially if one happens in about 4 o'clock, when all the wee smocked frocks and long robes are dropped, while quaint blue and white cups and saucers and tho shiniest little kettle are produced, and everybody has a merry ten minutes over afternoon tea. The girls tako to their work as gayly as if they re' garded it as an endless euccesfjion of jolly sewing bees. They are interested in their task, interested in one another and interested and enthusiastic over their novel scheme. They are about tho only really happy looking sewing girls I have ever known.—New York Letter. TOPICS OF THE TIME. Buby Is Sick. Tho woeful expression of a Des Molnes teamster's countenance showed his deep anxiety was not without cause, when ho Inquired of a druggist of the same city what was best to give a baby for a cold. It was not necessary, for him to say more; his countenance showed that tho pot of tho family, If not the Idol of his life, was in distress. "Wo give our baby Chamberlain's Cough Remedy," was the drug gist's answer. " I don't like to give the baby such strong medicine," said tho teamster. "You know John Oleson of the Waters-T.albot Printing company, don't you?" Inquired the druggist. " Ills baby, when eighteen months old, got hold of a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and drank the whole of It. Of course It made the baby vomit very freely, but did not Injure It In the least, and what Is more It cured the baby's cold." The teamster knew already the value of the remedy, having used It himself, and was now satisfied that there was no danger In giving It even to a baby. For sale by F. W. Dlngloy. lie Wants It Known. Mr. J. H. Straub, a well-known German citizen of Fort Madison, Iowa, was terribly afflicted with Inflammatory rheumatism when Mr. J. F. Salmon, a prominent druggist there, advised him to use Chamberlain's Pain Balm. One bottle of it cured him. I-Ils case was a very severe one. He suffered a great deal, and now wants others similarly afflicted to know what cured him. Fifty cent bottles for sale by F. W. Dlngley. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF IRK WANTED—A good druggist. Booth, Whittemore, Iowu.-8t2 Algona Loan and Trust Company, We, the undersigned, do hereby associate ourselves under the provisions of Title Nine, Chapter One, of the code of Iowa, for the purpose of becoming a corporation, and do hereby adopt the following articles: Art. 1, The name of this corporation shall be The Algona Loan and Trust Company." The general nature of the business for which this company Is Incorporated Is to loan money on real estate, chattel, and personal security, to buy and sell negotiable securities, and to buy and sell real estate and -------- ' ------- '•-and personal property, and . .. for the transaction of said business shall be at Algona, Kossuth county, Iowa. the principal place ifness shall 1 S, To Do Awiiy with lilnok for Mourning. There is in active operation a funeral reform association, every member of which is pledged to fight crape and to use her influence on the undertakers, stationers and upholsterers with whom she comes in contact. Oddly enough the wo- nu'u are vory young and correspondingly influential. Americans, as a rule, go in for the heaviest mourning, blackest trappings, and the broadest bands. Their crape is not only of tho crapiest kind, but overpowering in weight and depth. The livery is black; prayer books, pursos, card cases and even wutches are bound in jot or enamel, and It is not unusual to find a women of means living in a boudoir covered with white crash and hung with black drapery. An upholsterer in Sixth avenue lias had three orders from eccentric widows to paint their doors black. As a matter of fact heavy mourning is no longer fashionable. People are getting more and more averse to crape every year, One of tho signs of the times is the disappearance of the crape and streamers from the door bolls. In wealthy homes a servant is kept at the door to receive callers. Often a sort of cap is tied over the knob without any ribbons at all, and where the views of the late Henry WardBeech- er are entertained n garland of blossoms and foliage is fastened to the bell-pull.— Now York World. Sudden Deaths. Heart disease Is by far the most frequent cause of sudden death, which In three out of four eases Is unexpected. The symptoms are not generally Understood, These are: Alwbltof lying on the rgnt side, short breath, pain or distress la side, baelt, or shoulder, Irregular pulse, iisthma, wean and hungry spells, wind In stomach, swelling of ankles or dropsy, oppression, dry cough and smothering. Dr. Miles' Illustrated book on heart disease, free at V. W. DIngley's. who sells and guarantees Dr. Miles' unequuled New Heart Cure, and his Restorative Nervine, which cures nervousness, headache, sleeplessness, effects of drinking, etc. It contains no opiates. 3 * Startling Facts. The American people are rapidly becoming a race of nervous wrecks' and the following suggests the best remedy: Alphonzo llemplllng of Butler, PH., swears that when his son was speechless from St. Vltns dance Dr. Miles' great Restorative Nervine cured him. lira. J. R. Miller of. Valparaiso, and J. D. Taylor of Loguiisport, Intl., each gullied twenty pounds from taking It. Mrs. H. A. dardtier of Vistula, Ind., was cured of 40 to 50 convulsions a day, and much headache, dizziness, backache, and nervous prostration by ono bottle. Trial bottles, and fine book of marvelous cures, free at F. W, DIngley's, who recommends and guarantees this unequaled remedy. 'j * Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills Act on a new principle-regulating the liver, stomach, and bowels through the nerves. A new dls oovery. Dr. Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness- bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Cn- eqimleiltormen, women, and children. Smallest, mildest, surest! Fifty doses 25 cents. Samples free at F. W. DIngley's drug store. Art. 2. The time of the commencement of this corporation shall be the 8th day of June, A. D. 1801, and the period of Its continuance shall be twenty years from and after said date. Art. :i—Sec. 1. The authorized capital stock Is Thirty Thousand Dollars, of which sum Fifteen Thousand shall be subscribed at once, and additional stock may bo Issue'd at such times and In such amounts as shall be authorized by a.three-flfths vote of all the stock, and such stock shall only be Issued to parties 'approved by the board of directors. Sec. 2. The capital stock of this corporation shall be divided Into shares of Sixty Dollars each, and the same shall be payable In Instalments of One Dollar for each share, payable on the first day of each month, In advance. Art. 4. The officers of this company shall be a president, vice president, a secretary who shall bo general manager and treasurer, live directors, and a loan committee of three, all of whom shall be elected by vote of the stockholders on the second Tuesday of June In each year. Art. 5. The highest amount of Indebtedness to which this company shall subject Itself at any time shall not exceed one-third of Its paid- up capital stock. Art. 0. All private property of stockholders shall be exempt from corporate debts. J. M. COWAN, A, W. STfiRZ] J. L. EDMONDS, K. B. WARREN, W. J. BRUNSON. STBRZBACH, D. A. HAGGARD, C. M. DOXSEE, tye Wil aTe oftomf of Ije&tj/er; MIR-BANK, SAHTACLAUSSOAP.^ MADE ONLY BY NJCfAIRBANK&Ca cHictea "IT JAS. A. ORR, painter; will do painting, pi»"ii' Imaging, ktilsomining, etc., in thi 3St and best styles, and guarantee jisfaction. See him and get pi-ices uifore letting your work. ORIGINAL NOTICE. STATE OP IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY.— District Court, In vacation.—Wm. O. Darnell, administrator of the estate of Wesley S. Hall, against Eluora Fauts, Thomas Hall, Minerva "Hall, Rosa Bggleston, Chas. Hall John Hall, Cora Hall, Bert Hall, Emma Pyle J. Pile, and Husted Hall.—In Probate. To said defendants: You are hereby notified that a petition In tho above entitled action and proceeding is now on file in the office of the clerk of said court, asking that said Wm. O. Darnell, as administrator of the estate of Wesley S. Hall, bo authorized, empowered and directed to sell tho following real estate to pay the debts of said estate, to-wit: The east half of the northwest quarter, and the northwest quarter of tho northeast quarter, all in Section No. Thirty-four, Township No. Ono Hundred, north of Range No. Tweuty-eiirht west of the 5th P. M., Iowa. And'an order having been made in tho district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, fixing the 8th day of July 1801, at Emmetsburg, in Palo Alto county, Iowa, before the Hou. Goo. H. Carr, judge, as the time and place of the hearing of said petition, unless you appear thereto and defend at said time and plaqe, default will be entered against you and Judgment rendered thereon, and said application granted and sale of said real estate ordered as prayed. GEO. E. CLARKE, R M Atty. for Plaintiff. athaway. STOVES ARE THE BEST. Made in 45 Styles. PRICES FROM $4.00 TO $33.00 SOLD EVERYWHERE. Inquire of your Dealer. Made by CEO. Wi.CLARK&CO CHICAGO. IWHDME I>nu<lelloi)K fur Cows. A correspondent of Tho North British Agriculturist states that dandelions in pasture form valuable food for cattle, and especially for dairy cows. Some years ago he had two fields—one with iv .few and the other with tv great many dandelions. It \YJIS found that when the cows were put on the geld with many of these plants their yield of milk was improved both in quality aud quantity. tSnce then he has planted dandelions in fields laid down iu grass iu order to improve the pasture, and tho effect has beea beneficial. An Actress' Tot. a rattlesnake, probably Next to a rattlesnake, probably tho most unpleasant of all the animals in creation to make a domestic pot of is that owned by Pearl Moans. Some months ago a friend in Florida offered hor in jest a juvenile alligator, and Miss Means accepted it. The little saurian was duly forwarded, and has since taken up a large place in its mistress' affections. She attends to all its reptilian wants with great solicitude, and it is amusing to see the little beast—a yellow ribbon hidden coquettishly round its wrinkled neck—wriggling about in her lap and waggling its scaly tail as she strokes its head. The alligator commends itself for domestic adoption by one capital virtue- economy, Succi isn't a circumstance to its starving abilities. During sis months Miss Means' pet requires no food, and it sleeps twenty-two hours out of the twenty-four. The only inconvenience that can possibly arise will be when the miniature leviathan advances in years and develops its natural instincts for human morceaux. A ftnger may then be snapped off the hand that caresses it before the hand Ituowa where it is.—iTew York Mirror, Now Try This. It will cost you nothing and will surely do you good. 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Speaker of Calawba, 0.. hail five large fever sores on bis log; doctors said lie wus Incurable. One bottle of Mectrle Bitters and one box Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sold lu Algona ut Dr. Sheetz' drug store. s Jfucklen'H Arnlcn Salve. The best salvo In I lie world for cuts, bruises, wores, ulcers, suit rhmun, fever sores, tetter, chilblains, chapped hands, corns, and ail skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay IB re- uutred. it Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. Sold by Dr. Sheetz, druggist, Algona. FOR RALE—Choice tomato plants, 25 cents ti dozen. A. L. Goddard.-8t2 SHERIFF'S SALE. Notice is hereby given that on the 15th day of June, 1801, at 1 o.clock p. in., at the court house in Algona, Kosauth county, Iowa, will be aold at public auction, to the highest and best bidder for cash, the following described real estate, levied upon and taken by virtue of a general execution issued from the office of tho clerk of the district court within and for Kossuth county, Iowa, in favor of H. H. Sickels, trustee, and against the property of C. K. NellisandH, A. Nellls, to wit: The west half of the northwest quarter of Section No. Pour, i? Township No. Ninety-live, north of Range No. Thirty, west of the 5th P. M. in Kossuth . . county, or so much thereof as may be sary to satisfy said writ of execution accruing costs. May 20, e h neces- and all M. 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Take notice that there was tiled in the office of the clerk of the district court of Kossuth county, on the llth day of May, 1801, an instrument in writing bearing date the 1st day of February, 188(J! and purporting to be the last ,wlll and testa : mout of Mathtas Prambach, late of said county, deceased, was produced and publicly read, and that the second day of the next term of said court, to be begun and holden on the 13th day of October, 1891, at the court house in A'gpna. aforesaid, has boon fixed lor proving safd will; and at 2 o'clock p. in. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear in said court and show cause, if any they have, why said Instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last will and testament of said deceased. Algona, Iowa, May 11,1801. A. A. BRUNSON, 7t3 Clerlt of tUe District Court. TAKEN UP, Came into my Inclosure, May 4, one red cow with white face; one red yearling heifer; one white heifer two years old, branded " Z " on hip, and one shoal, black and white, bob-tall, weight about forty pounds. Pay for this notice and take thorn away. 7t3 JOEL TAYLOR. T .EGAL BLANKS— -*•** Buy them at the Upper Des Mpiaes office and get the most w>prore<J torms. 3Bie a UNION souARE.jtt «»» ""™LOUIS LESSING, Agent. FINAL PROOF NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the following- named settler has tiled notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the clerk of the district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, at Algoua, on June 18, 1801, viz: Miles W. H. Haines, Homestead Entry No. 852, foi the vfYt of nwfi of Soc, 0, Twp. 90 north of R. 29 west. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Lev! Hartwell of Algona, Ed. 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