The Middleburgh post. (Middleburgh, Snyder Co., Pa.) 1883-1916, April 24, 1902, Image 3

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r4 tie'dfcior mm Bad; airs the
" u hooeienai what eeasaiai to be
Nothing, if tbt doctor's word is
Much, 3 you viU-. I to th
iJtnienta of men and.oM k were
, -hopeless
giveaapby
doctors, and who
the of Dr.
jfes'i Golden
Nothing is Bon
t.an that
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fte-ased laags,
botuMts eoagbs,
beaiorrhage.
catioe
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ran -. winn
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stored
with I
j the " Discor
Will it
has cured la
atottV-elgUt
of trtry hun-
i,ti where it was given a fair and faith
fal trial. By that record 70a have only
fto chancel ia a haadnd of failure and
joety-eig ht chaacea of being restored
a perfect neelta. It Is worth trying,
bru Freer, Bq., prnackhrtds, Crecae c
m write! : " My wire had a severe attack af
ckmriiT and lung- troable ; the aaatars feve har
I.m A'tr. She commaaced taklaw Dr. Merce'a
l4ra Medical Discovery aad she begaa ta
Upnn from Uw Sr Oaaa. By the Mae ahe
Li takca tight or tea bottlce aha waa carta,
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Jllniui aaata ef a larva aaaowat I
-id km. I think the 'Oaldea Medical Dia.
jmy' it the but audidae ia the world for
hiy irouois.- ; ; ;,
I rut. Dr. Pierce's Commoa Seast
'jfteical Adviser containing orer a thew
Uad large pages ia seat Jrtt oa receipt
(eTiUatpt to pa expense of mailing only.
11 one-cent stamps Mr um nook ta
covers, or ji stamps tor the doth
I volume. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce,
fcflalo, N. Y.
ENNSYLYAflU RAILROAD.
Lewistowa Division.
In effect Not. 24, 1901. ;
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rives at Selinsgrove 0 45 p m
ires Selinsgrovo 6:00 p. m., arrives
at Sunbnry 6:15 p. m.
1 leave Jjewutown Janet ion :.
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lai m lor Banaio,i utaiar ana aaa vsa
wxva Htm tor BtlUfonU Erie and IMaeadaiiaa
bi m for Loek Havaa, Tyroneand the Waat.
it tat Buffalo, 1 10 p m tor Ballafanta tsae
Vnat and Oaaaadalaaa
6p lor aaaovo ana eaoura
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Way IS 23 a at for Buffalo via En.porlam.
bib ror cna, w a am wr int aaa vaww
din for Look Bavea aad
aapert
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ntnd Haaaltaa J - 1 '-
1 1 b. to 10 a m, IBS P at, t at p at W Bhaao-
lud Mount Gmrael . ,
I rrtlni laava BaMSalrele laaetloa ' 1
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umlioi ii Vaihlaartan IM sat Kaa
tiatit Weakoaya, U d e laaaayi,
iB an dally arnvtac at milartalpkla ftt
k,Rew York It a at. lfMBoadara Batti.
?ikMWeSt mttS ut
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lartat Tllpta
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Tort 10 p at, Baiuatortl vy at, Wasav
aiiialw leave Baabary at ISO sat tad ' 0
'riaa. lar Barrtabaig. niladalBhis oil
ak Java mlitu aaVknadalahU
a, It w Terk a) p m, TisiUaiefe M p a
avaatai fta . . -
) m dairy, arrtvuig at fhlUdelphlt M p
mow
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Mer reaper Oallta aadl wlta I
Jtalo BteaaBSraaaa IU4 ladauatry
- Cttar taPay. '
'".'Caa hopiio or dairy cheere nitVingbe
made to pay? It certainly ran be wi
per proper conditions, and if conduct
to by a ' person with some provinut
practical experienced The beat place
to require this experience is In a reg
alar chooaa factory, vhtrrj one might,
work as a subordinate for a time.
do not think that one should attempt
the business oa a farm unless the milk
of M or U eowa can be depended oa.
Makeshift facilities and apparatus
should not receive recognition, aa they
will not pay in the end.
Many fastidious consumere prefer
dairy -made to factory cheese, bat on
account of the limited amount manu
factured, cannot get their wanta sup
plied. Thna, the field la open for those
who can furnish a first-class article
in this now neglected line. '
One should first possess cows that
are copioua milkers, yet whose milk
will test at least three per cent, of
butter fat. This will Insure good, rich
cheese, a necessary adjunct of quality.
A small vat of a capncl suited to your
needs should be empl af'ed, and a press
with hoops to tnolcyrheeae of from
ten to IS pound in sight. Any first-
class dairy supply I une ought to be
able to f urniiih a
paratus for a di
plant.
It is bent to b
complete by it Kelt' for manufacturing
purposes, and the making room U kept
sweet and clean, as is essential, can be
used for the storage of the night's
milk, after it has been aerated. The
vat Itself is a good place in which to
store the night's milking, and running
water about it, or ice, can be employed
to keep it cool. If yon make the mis
take of skimming any part of the milk
it will be fatal to your success as an
amateur cheese maker. What the pub
lic wants ia a rich, nutty flavored, reli
able quality cheese, and that of small
bulk. This can so easily be produced
In a home dairy.
Strive to please the public taste and
needs in this direction, and you can se
cure from one to two cents per pound
more ror your product than the aver
age factory article. As the making
will take one person's time from half
to three-quarters of every day, dairies
under 20 or 25 cows would hardly find
it profitable.
Bemember also that the profitable
ness all Ilea in your being thorough
and in dead earnest, in pushing your
business to a success. Do not offer your
caeese xor sale until they are thor
oughly cured, which takes from 30 to
40 days. Do not launch into the busi
ness without some previous experi
ence, ft yon haven't that experience,
get it as aa initial atep.-3eorge .
fleweu, in orange Judd Farmer.
1 1 SAFETY MILK PAIL 1 1
VpeetttBBT Does Rot Waste Its Canu
te a ta aaa It Also Prcveata Gat a- '
inplete set of sp-
y cheese making
e a cheese house
arias of laaaarlUes.
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favtviuaauBi iwsarij aia. aaa .
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laMelafa. Haiti
iWaSMIaiaawtatl,
laid
by aaUa
amair rat tori linia
tiMVItiUtr. napolaaoy, Klshtly XHaajoaa,
'new.iauliw Miaanry. WaaUna Ptinaiaaa
asU-abaaa ec aiaaannrl UdlacraUea,
am.---.-. -a- - - a
1ewe by etarnsastthaaast ot dlnai.bat
WJ aatva toala and Blood troUdar, briaa
r-v" pmiTawtapan laaaniur
itb nra of yootb, ft warda etftnamlty
t-bcaabaaaraad aa vaat ooakat. BymaU
MrMekaM.al AaaaailA. with a aaat
f Vrtttao rnnsiiii ta earo aw laiaad
yaaaay, Ctrealartna, Addraas
Pxilein Mddleburqh, Pa., 6v
WBLEUBGH DRW CO.
'llo read taaeer aavl by The
S2HL""f VS-1 ! 'K whtih
Many a pail of milk haa been lost by
a kick from the cow just aa the task
of milking her was about finished and
many a stray bit of dirt fella' Into
the open pall it the fanner is not ex
tremely .careful in his labors. John
Beustis King, of Garrity, Ala believes
that the pail he haa just designed will
TH18 PREVENTS SPILLING.
savp the milk la case of an upset pail
and also prevent the gathering of im
purities. In the picture the, details of. eon
structioaf of this Improved pall are
show.' The topi of the pail haa a
eerwthreeded fiange, to whisk a re
ceiving bowl la secured by a similar
flange. Ia the center of this bowl is
strain, aad below the strainer ia aa
open frame ia vrhkh ia placed loose
cone coiTespoadinff ia shape to the
under aide of the strainer. As soon aa
the paU ia ttfrJed over the flow of the
toilkv tower the atrainer seals the
COns and effectually closes the outfct
until the pail is righted Sgam. Chi
cago Daily News.
' ' Cheeao or Batter, Walokt
Whether cheese-making or batter
making be best tor a community must
depend oa the use being made In that
orantuhity of the products of milk.
When there ia no profitable way of
using tklmmilk the whole milk can be
made into cheese. Where the milk csn
be fed to ealver, pigs or poultry, butter
making Is profitable. - Butter-making
does not impoverish a farm 1 if the
skimmed milk Is fed to farm animals,
Bad in that way returned to the land.
In cheese-making the nitrogen and
phosphorus are sold oft the farm.
Farmers' Beview.
Isaportaaee of Beleetloa. .. ....
Experienced dairymen declare that
there is oftentimes a vast dlffereaee in
the amount of butter produced by two
cows, when the amount of food con
umedisthe same. It follows that while
one is profitable the other may be un
profitable to keep, at least not as
profitable as it should be. Care in
breeding, In selection and in testing
are the safeguards, and any dairyman
who ignores these safeguards ia trav
ellng through a rough country with his
vm c1na4 t' ta. ',a".m.a
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, J!!' ' , ..CATALOOUE OP PRESENTS v tLJWL
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gflaaaaaaagSZ W jrraMwt attrad M Taa. t ad wlU b aa4 by 0 aa Hiilptad
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Liberal Atijiirtments. i: feciapt ayme
H. HARVEY BCHDCH.
GENERAL INSfcKANCCrA6CNGV
Only the Oldest, Strongest Cash Companies, . ,
Tire, Life, Accident and Tornado.
No Assessments ,Ho Preninm ITotes.
The Aetna Founded A. D., 1819 Assets 11,0 0,13.88
" Home " J853 ..... " , . 9,83,628.4
" American y' 1810 " 2,40 ,84
The StandaM Accident Insurance Co.
The N-pArk life Insurance Co.
WINDSOR HOUSE
' W. tt. BCTLEB, Praarletar
V8 Market SI., Harrlsbure Pa.,
i (Oppoalta P. B. B. Depot Entrance) "
' MtednriBrralaai
Rooms, 25 aad 50c Oood Meals,' 75c
1 Good aocemmodatioaa M
All the Baste la His Oaaa.
' He I believe the great trouble with
the American people is that they sleep
too much. Most men say they have to
sleep seven or eight hours out of every
24, but X find that I'm just as bright it
Z sleep only f rur hours as Z am if I
sleep twice, that long.
SheDon't you mean Just si dull 7
JLicsgoBecord-IIerald.
ltVlS1! TOBACCO SPff
DON I 5M0KB
rf 1 i Your Life away I
Toe caa be cared ef say form of tobacco aalna
easily, be nude well, at rone aunatie, fall ol
rw life and vigor by taking kJ-TOMAQ,
that aiabea rneta'TOBr. btanw wai"
A& G. CROUBE,
ATTORBBT AT LAW,
UmOLBBOR, Pa..
All business entrusted to his ears
will receive prooipt attentioa.
H. . Pottiecip
Veterinary sUrceoN.
SKLINSO.ROVC, PA.
All profeaslonal busineu antruaud to ruy aaie
anil receive prompt and careful attention.
C. h. OWENS-
ATTOBNEY ALIAW
Oca SrsClALITV: TVBOBB, Pa.
CoUectluDBand Keports.
Reterences, First NMlonol Bank. Kearrjy
Towns Represented i Bellweod, Altoona, Ilolll
'tis stmstare ia on evarv boiJv
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