The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 29, 1899 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 29, 1899
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IOWA, MA&CH 29, 1809. Pioneer Medicine is Ayers Sarsaparilla Before safsapafillas were known, fifty years ago, it began work,, Since nyoueancount the sarsaparillas by » the thousands with every variation of imitation of the original, except one. They have never been able to imitate the quality of the pioneer. When you see Aycfs on a bottle of sarsaparilla that is enough; you can have confidence at once. If you want an experiment, buy anybody's Sarsaparilla; if you want a cure, you must buy [The Sarsaparilla which made Sarsaparilla famous] DR. KAY'S LUNG BALM r« SMff BICYCLES " Oveiitock: UiUtll«tloK4Oat, BTANDIKO '08 HODEL& ^'guaranteed, 89.70 to 1 SIC. Shopworn & too- I end band wheels, good ' a? new. 03 to 810; Great heiorj ibarlnt ul>. "*• Ihlp in ftayana on ftpprorftl _ _ WV wfi)iout • etal In »d«no« EARHmBIOYOLE tThflplnjunatittlnoiiMuiuTbllDi..! Wi(l>> on, nid.r ij«m lu cub town FREE USB attl toiuttodut* tbcio. Whta ftl OHt for our i|>MUr«a£ E. n. Mliil) CYCLE COMPANY. Chfeazo, III'. S I JOHN W.MOKRIS, \ Wushlngton, I). C. Jtes Claims. Pension Bureau. y "laimH, atty aiuco. WHISStEKS A Natural Black Ay ingiiam's Dye. Price BO cents of all-druggists or R. P. Hall & Co., Nashua. N. II. SfED$ ' Stlier'i Seeds art Warranted to Produce.'' [ahlODLaticr, K.Troy, Fa., Mtonlihtitl» world\ W. br .Krowf or UO buiheli Biff Four OuU: J. Brctdcr, 1 JMliblcott.Tni., ITSlimh. birlej, and H. Lorejoy, 1 • Red Wlaj, Ulnn., by gtmrtng H20 baih. Smlior'i corn ) I pcfuore. 'IPjou 4aubt, wriM Item. V'o with to gala • M0,cp0 ucnomtomeri, honce will »«nd an trial 10 DOLLARS "WORTH FOR 10o. of r»ro farm Medi, Bait Bush, Rape for Shtip, " lleardl arper a . , ,Ue.|5ooO Cora. " Big K ur Oati," ll . . promuilnennli— rfoUll ' B«ed , gu4,,, rTlo l&ui m har tOo.YV'beat. l&uiudlng our mammot •««<!§, »w:, «n u , wo, pontat itirt,10 , poiUl r ^j,our,Eafn i upon reetlpt of 1)ut ~ ih 9to> to get a . relr wor bli-See ,OOO bbli-Seed 1'oU.t Please send this .at $!.«!> and up a bbk' 85 pkgt earliest re ^ So. Cutalog alone So. w.n.u. "HE THAT WORKS EASILY, WORKS ^SUCCESSFULLY." CLEAN HOUSE WITH The Finest and Most Durable'; —ARE THE PURE MIXED PAINTS COLORS : ALWAYS : UNIFORM : AND : GUARANTEED. ONE GOOD DEALER WANTED In Every Town Where Not Represented. ENTERPRISE PAINT MFC, CO., Makers, CHICAGO. '^rv^r'«"r^<r.v«yTTT'»vyT^T^'r^'»"a'w^'^'"'^'g'f'»—"-"-"•^•""••^•'•^yw^r^^^ GET YOUR MONEY'S WORTH. Give riders that satisfied feeling that comes from the knowledge that they have the best Mali by llie POPE MFG, CO.-Means Satisfaction, COIUMP W GHAWUW, $75 COU14IA 6HA1N WHEELS, $50 HARTFORD BICYCLES, $35 VEDETTE BICYCLES, $25 end $26 JUVENILE B!OYCl.g§ •" «" 8Ue?i from $?0 to 999. 1 A^wCplumblaD^rf^C,^ pQpg |(|PQ ( QQ |f HartfOKli CODI\» J»ii.*.t* "Should one refer to a bicycle as him. her or it?'' ' "'Her,'of conrse." "But why do yon fnake it feminine?" "Because one soon discovers that the fixings cost more than the frame- tvork." One hundred sneezes a minute Js the record of a schoolpirl in Washington, a patient of Dr. W. M. Bortou. She siieezed almost constantly for forty clays, and Some days, it is estimated, she sneezed 50,000 times. After an ab- cess had been removed from the ihte- rior.of her nose, by the use of electric needles, the sneezing stopped. It is said that Nelson Morris, the packer, can tell by the taste of beefsteak whether the steer came from Texas or Montana. The century plant is a case of ago before benuty. A BRAVE COLONEL. HECOMMENDS PE-RU-NA AS A FAMILY MEDICINE. A Scientific Spring Medicine anil foi' Catarrh and Stomach Trouble. Colonel Arthur L. Hamilton, of tha Seventh Ohio Volunteers, 259 Goodale street, Columbus, Ohio, writes: "Besides having the merits of Pe-ru-na so fully demor"-'"-'"- 1 ! n my family, I Colonel Hamilton, of Columbus, O. have a number of friends who have taken It for catarrh and stomach trouble, and all unite in praising it, As a remedy for catarrh.I can fully recommend it." Mrs. Hamilton, wife of the gallant colonel, Is an ardent friend of Pe-ru-na also. In a letter on the subject, she writes: "I have been taking Pe-ru-na for some time, and I am enjoying better health now than I have for years. I attribute the change In my health to Pe-ru-na, and' recommend this excellent catarrh remedy to every woman, believing it to be especially beneficial to them." The spring-time is the most favorable time of the year to treat catarrh. There Is so much less liability to take fresh cold that the treatment is unimpeded. All old cases of chronia catarrh should begin imme d 1 a t e 1 y a course of Pe-ru-na as directed in Dr. Hartman's books on this disease. There are so many different phases and stages of catarrh that one hardly knows when he has it. A great many people Mrs. Col. Hamilton, think they are suffering from something else and have tried many medicines in vain, when It they could realize that It is catarrh and take Pe-ru-na for it they would improve promptly and soon recover. entirely. There are no substitutes. Let no one persuade you there are other catarrh remedies just as good. "Winter Catarrh" i a a book written by Dr. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio. Sen', free to any address. It's painful to see a woman lauprb when she doesn't want to, but thinks she ought to. An Excellent Conibination. The pleasant method and beneficial effects of the well known remedy, SYBUP op FIGS, manufactured by the CALIFOJWIA. Fja SYBUP Co., illustrate the value of obtaining the liquid laxative principles of plants known to be medicinally laxative and presenting them in the form n>ost refreshing to the taste. and acceptable to the system. 1 ' It is the one perfect strengthening laxative, cleansing the system effectually, dispelling colds, headaches and levers gently yet promptly and enabling one to overcome habitual constipation permanently. Its perfect freedom from every objectionable quality and substance, and its acting 1 on the kidneys, liver and bowels, without weakening or irritating them, make it the ideal laxative. In the process of manufacturing figs are used, as they are pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal qualities of the remedy are obtained from senna and other aromatic plants, by a method known to the GAiipoRNiA FIG SYBUP Co. only. In order to get its beneficial effects and to avoid imitations, please remember the full name of the Company printed on the frp*t of every package. CAUFQRNiA FJG SYRVJ» CO, , ST. jqsw VOBK, BT. T- perbettlt ARMY feEEP INVEStidAtlON CHICAGO, March 21.—The beef court >f inquiry examined but one witness at Fort Leavenwbrth, after leaving Kansas City. Sergeant Mason who, served as fejrimental quartermaster at Lakeland, Fla., said the refrigerated beef received at Lakeland was undoubtedly chemically prepared. "An agent of Armour & Company," he further testified, "told me at the time that this meat had been treated with what was called 'preservations.'" During Us short session in Chicago, yesterday, the court received the evidence of four witnesses, who had been called upon request of Major Lee, the representative of Major General Miles. According to their testimony, the canned beef was always unpalatable and distasteful, and, in their judgment, it was a contributory cause of sickness among the soldiers, and unfit for an army ration. Critical reference to the refrigerated beef was also made by the witnesses. CHICAGO, Mnrrh 22.—The courtof in qulry Inst night examined two wit nesses witli reference to the beef question—Dr. Nicholas Senn and Lieutenant Colonel A. W. Corliss. Dr. Senn entirely disapproved of canned roust beef us an army ration for any length of time and Colonel Corliss told of the soldiers' dislike for it. • CHICAGO, March 23.—David Flcisch- man, nn employe of tho Hotel Morrison, testified that in June last, one of the guests, whom he took to be a quartermaster or some other military man, though in civilian dress, asked him to accompany him to the stock yards. Tho witness went, carrying for him two tin or galvanized iron boxes. They went to Armour's packing-house imd to a car containing three or four rows of sides of beef. The man took out of each box four packages .containing a grayish black substiince and emptied them into perforated trays, sot them on lire and plncea them under the meiit. He said it was nn experiment to preserve meat. The witness placed his finger on the meat, tasted it, and it burned his tongue. The next day when he went after the cans there was a sulphurous smell in tho car, and another which lie could not describe. The car was marked "'J'amp-i., Fla." Dr. E. E. Murdoi-k. of thn city health department, testified that as an analytical chemist he had been called on to'maku several examinations, both of canned and refrigerated beef. In June last he examined canned beef, which appeared to have been boiled both before and after canning. The can contained a considerable quantity of salt and saltpeter, which had saturated the fibber and hardened it. To be nutritious, the salt, should not bo added until the cooking was finished. This and its nutritive quality low. Heconldnot get enough beef extract out of four pounds even to be used as culture medium in experimenting- in bacteriology. Dr. Burns, assistant sure-eon ut Jacksonville, concluded that the beef had been chemically treated. Lieutenant Tledekin said lie ate refrigerated beef and it made him sick-. He thought the sickness was due to preservatives. The meat had a peculiar taste. John Biermn. of the First Illinois volunteers, said the men refused to eat canned beef. It was unpalatable, and they were attacked with vomiting after eating it. The surgeon said the refrigerated beef was unfit to cat. The members of the court left for the east last night. NKW YOHK, March 20.— Before the military court of inquiry yesterday Governor Roosevelt, ex-colonel of the Rough Riders, testified that complaints about the canned beef became general on the transport on the way to Cuba. He himself tried it but could not eat it. In Cula, he said, the complaints continued. The meat was covered with a slime when the cans were opened; it was stringy, and did not agree with the men who ate it. Vegetables were lacking to cook with it. It did not seriously affect nil the men. He tried to organize a train to bring supplies from Sibonoy. Receipts of refrigerated beef did not begin to come till after the men had been there about a month. This meat was generally good, though it undoubtedly gave the men the diarrhoea. He had not thought of the use of any preservative in connection with it at the time. He ,had known that the meat if kept a few days on a'hunting trip would have a Mice efl'eet. The men were not in good health, so it took less to upset them. To a certain exter.t he attributed the men's ill health to the food. Less than SO per cent of the brigade was fit for service when it left Cuba, The canned beef, however, was given them on the way home. Not half of the sick mt>n could eat it, and the well did not like it. As to "em* balmed beef," the governor testified there were two or three quarters which had been specially treated for the tropics on board the' transport on the way to Cuba. They did not last and were thrown overboard. Porto JticiuiK to lie Vncciiiatocl. WASHINGTON, March 35.—Five hundred oases of smallpox in two weeks have prompted the greatest wholesale job of vaccination on record. Tlve entire population of 1'orto Rico is to be trea-ted. Importation of vacjino points does not work well. The virus, after the sea voyage, fails to "take." Through the co-operation of some live stock owners the medical department of General Henry's military government has begun the production of lymph, and will soon be turning out 10,000 points a day. The intention is 10 scratch 30,000 arms a day, and keep it up until every Porto Rican is hum line. There are more cracked heads in the world than broken hearts. \Yhenever we pass a policeman we are glad we are sober. Even the worm will turn—perhaps into a butterfly. Keep your mouth shut and folks civn't tell how deep you are. Tho theorist is all right until it is time to make? a practical Aempnstipft. tion. The "ink plant" grows iw Grenada. (ts juice oun be used lor mltingk witJjt >u\, any preparation. At fjret the ing is red, but in a few Ije'ur in, npiyro i oiO'i.^''*ir i I nc BlCo 1^ PRING TONIC. As winter passes away it leaves ...» people feeling weak, depressed and easily tired. t This "means that the blood needs attention and Sensible people always take a tonic at this time of year, Purgatives are not the ridht medicine — they weaken in&uadi of strendvhe,nind. Dr» Williami 1 " pink Pills for Pale People are the be&t tonic medicine in the world and do not act on the bowels. They stimulate the appetite, enrich the blood, strengthen the nerves and make people Feel bright* active and strong. /No one Is bettor a!>lo to speak of this rnct, than Mies Htizol Rnldcf. ySi^K^n^^!;^* 0 . 11 . 1 .^ ° r £!^* i °"^ i vk .*!**» •"?.»•««• /«? , nd. To-day she 1ms rosy " . "After ceycrui ihonths 1 Ircatmorvt from tho family physician wo • n?im ', CO i M o° "? B °, oUl f wus d"«:o«tt*ed ftuel -dta not know , «hnt lo do. uno day I rend an Item In n paper of t!ia won'lcrnil f '" tlv ? i ni«nlltlMor])r. Williams' i'lnlt Pills Wl'ale People" "tried tho medle 110, mid when neiirly through with the second U'ox uot'rccl a cbt nco lor thu bettor. After 1 Imcl taken elrrlit boxrs 1 wus "u,cU nnrl have Imrt no nwiisloii to t.vko any Itln.f of modlctneslnco. f owe much to Dr. Wlllmms' Pink I'll!-, for 1'ala people, probably my to take li e± iM SIl " y ° U ° BUirer ' Ug WUU to«'We« Slmfia? toftffX w> uikcuioini pins. WISH HAZEL SNIDEH. Sold by all drug* ists or sent post- b»j by the Dr. illiams' Medicine Co. ) Schenecto.dy, N.Y.,or\ receipt of price, 5o*per box-, six boxes, $ 2, 5 -2. .Matches made of rolled paper are a recent invention. They burn longer and are much cheaper than those made of wood. Ilnw'H TlilR? Wo offer One Hundred Dollars reward for any caso of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHUNKv & Co., Toledo, O. We, tho undersigned, luivo known K .T. Cheney for tho last 15 yours, and boliovo him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out anv obligations made by their firm. WEST & TUIJAX, Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, O. WAITING. KIN-NAN & MAUVIN, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system. Testimonials sent free. Price 70c per bottlo. Sold by all Druggists. Hall's Family Pills arc the best. Some tailors give customers fits and others give them convulsions. TO CUK1S A COLD IN ONR DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund tho money If it fails uvcure. «o. Tho genuine has L. li Q. on each tablet. A man loses his appetite for a lot of things while waiting for them. Try Uriiln-n! Try Cruln-o! Ask your grocer to-day to show you a package of GltAlN-O, the new. food drink that takes the place of coffee. The children may drink it without injury as well «is the adult. All who try it, like it. GRAIN-O has that rich seal brown of Mocha or Java, but it is made from pure grains, and the most delicate stomach receives it without distress. One-fourth the price of coffee. Ific and 35c per package. Sold by all grocers. There are in Japan 209 varieties of the chrysanthemum. Mrs. Wlnslow's Bootlilnpj Syrup. For children teotliliiR, nuf tens tho Rinns, reduces In- Summation, ttllnvn imln.curcu wind colic. S.TU a buttlo. The infidel is coolly inviting us all bade to the savage. Marine underwriters paid SJ2,000,000 in losses on sea hist year. Oh Tlint Uollcloug Coffee I Gouts but Ic per Ib. to grow. Salzer has the seed. Gtiman Coffee Berry, ukg. loc; Java Coffee pkc. IBc. Salzer's New American Chicory IBc. Cut this out and send 3oc for any of above packages or send ii)c ond Rot all 3 pkgs, and great Catalogue free to JOHN A. SAL2ER 8KED CO.. La Crosse, Wls. Lw.n.] Chasing spray we tread diamonds under' our feet. Do Your Feet Anhe and Hum? Shake into your shoes, Allen's Foot-'. Ease, a powder for the feet. It makes' tight or New Shoes feel Easy. Cures 1 Corns, Bunions, Swollen, Hot and Sweating Feet. At all Druggists and' Shoe Stores, 25c. Sample sent PRES.. Address Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy, N. Y. Had Incu in small t| nan titles makes good fortune more palatable. M iko Your Liver lively. A Inzr, luiiKiiiil liver keeps yon In bud health nil tho time. Waku Imp to lively ailion with Cuncu- rou Cunilv OatUiirllo. AlljlruggIsts, Wo, Sao, ode. Nearly every married woman thinks a lot of other women eivvv h?r. Farmern' Knlvnj free. See the liberal offer made by tho T. M. Roberts- Supply House, Minneapolis, in another part', of this paper. It is one of the grandest bargains ever offered to the public. « One little trouble will make us forget a dozen things we ought to be thankful for. Coo's Cougli Is (ho oldedt and liest. It will hrcufc up ucoldqulckoi thun uuyihlug else. It is always reliable. Try H. Some old girls are so nice that they look young. Faintly Medicine. Moves the bowels each day. i'n order to be healthy this is necessary, Acts gently on the liver and kidneys. Cnrea sick headache. Price 2'5 a.nd 50c. The paperh anger finds business good when it drives him to the wall. OTHERHOOD is woman's natural desti^r. Many women are denied the happiness of children through some derangement of the generative organs. Actual barrenness is rare. Among the many triumphs of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the overcoming of cases of supposed barrenness. This great medicine is so well calculated to regulate every function of the generative organs that its efficiency is vouched for by multitudes of women. MRS. ED. WOLFORD, of Lone Tree, Iowa, writes: "DEAR MRS. PINKHAM—Before taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I had one child which lived only six hours. The doctor said it did not have the proper irourishment while I was carrying it. I did not feel at all well during pregnancy. In time I conceived again, and thought I would write to you for advice. Words cannot express the gratitude I feel towards you for the help that your medicine was to me during this time. I felt like a new person; did my work tip to the last, and was sick only a short time. My baby weighed ten pounds. He is a fine boy, the joy of our home. He is now six weeks old and weighs sixteen pounds. Your medicjna is certainly a boon in pregnancy." MRS. FLORA COOPER, of Doyle,_ S. Dak., writes: 41 DEAR MRS. PINKHAM— Ever since my last child I suffered with inflammation of the womb, pains in back, left Bide, abdomen and groins. My bead ached a\\ the time. I could not walk across the floor without suffering intense pain. I kept getting worse, until two years ago I wrote to you for advice, and began taking Lydia E, Pinkhara's Vegetable Compound. ^—I had not finished the first bottle before I felt better. I topk four bottles, and have been strong and perfectly healthy ever "'nee and nniv hq-vff two of the nir-pqt little srirls." WHAT TO EA1 * W. N. U, Pss Moin?s. No, 13,—1899.

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