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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899

Published Weekly by the Howard & Wilson Publishing Company , . MADISON and FRANKLIN STS ., CHICAGO . Gen . CH . Howard , V Jas . W . Wilson , M ^ NAOINOEMTOB . - . BUSINESS MANAQEB . Subscription rates , One Dollar a year o £ 52 numbers . Single copies five cents . Advertising rates made known on application . E , S . THAIN , Manager Advertising Department . All communications should be addressed NATIONAI . BTJKAI , AKDFAMI 1 I MAGAZINE , Chicago , 111 . EASTERN OI-FIOE ( for advertising department only ) : Frank S . Smith , 47 Times Building , New York . ¦ ^ Entered at the Chicago Postoffice as Second-class Matter . Copyright , 1 S 98 , by Howard & Wilson Publishing Company .

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
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The Old and the New [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899

The Old and the New B EFORE this paper reaches its many readers the Old . Year , 1898 , will be laid upon the shelf of eternity , and the new infant , 1899 ; born . We wish all our readers a Happy New Year , with -a full share of both material and spiritual prosperity . The year 1898 will live in history . It has been an epoch marker in the affairs of the two great Anglo-Saxon nations , the United States and England . The former has asserted itself as a world power by breaking the despotic power of Spain and opening up the islands of Cuba , the Philippines and Porto Rico to the progressive intelligence of the nineteenth century ; while the latter has broken the power of ignorance and fanaticism which held ¦ sway over a large portion of Africa and opened up that dark • continent to Christianity and civilization . It is probable also that these two great powers , which are • one in language , religion , thought and origin , and which constitute the great world force of to-day , will b...

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Appreciation [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899

Appreciation THE following Is a sample of the many letters with which our mail is loaded , commending the various departments of the National Rural . Its straightforward , honest course in the interest of the people receives the hearty commendation of all who earn their bread by honest toil . While its subscription list is rapidly increasing , there is still room for more subscribers . Will its friends ,-old and new , lend - us a hand while the subscription season lasts ? The liberal offer on opposite page should commend itself to all . My Dear Sir : Your article on trusts and combination of wealth in the December 22 number of the Rural should be read by every farmer and laboring man in the United States . You are strictly on to your job regarding our non-interest bearing paper money . I have always looked upon it as republican money , as it was conceived and brought- forth by our . party . I say our , because I have voted the ticket ever since I voted for Abraham Lincolns second el...

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Trade aud Price Review [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899

Trade aud Price Review THE year 1898 has seen another complete demonstration of the soundness , of the principle held and advocatedby th ° s _ , paper since 1878 , that average prices and prosperitv ^ re intimately associated ; and both are dependent on the quantitv slsooaOOO oVor ^ 1011- , - With the ^ rmous burden ofTboS ¦ ^ 5 , 000 , 000 000 of secured interest-bearing debt resting unnnZ shoulders . of industry in . this country , the question ff averse prices becomes of still more vital importance . As prices rise or fall this load becomes lighter or heavier r In like manner the experiences of 1898 have scattered to th * wind the theories of over-productionists . Their cStha ? th ! increase or dimunition of the quantity of money in ? tS St on to the quantity of wealth or production has no influence u „ on its relative value ; in other words , that the law of supniV ™* an ^ n n ° Y Wt T ly t 0 m ° ney but that averai S £ and fall only according as production in relation to demand...

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Dairy Convention Dates [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899

Dairy Convention Dates inl Rvnn ^ J ^ r Dai F ^ oeiation meetinsr Brookfield . Jan . 17-20 1899 Michigan Dairymens Convention , Grand Rapids . Mich .. Feb . 1-3 . 1899

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' ' . 7 • ' » —— -To Dairymen of Illinois [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899

. 7 • » ——- To Dairymen of Illinois By Geo . Caven . THE next annual nveting of the Illinois Dairymens Association is to be held at Galesburg . Jan . 10 , 11 and 12 , and it should be the largest meeting in the history of our association . Galesburg is one of the most progressive towns in thestate . It has plenty of good hotels , is accessible to all parts of the state and is in a rich agricultural district . The papersto be read will be in themselves a liberal education in dairying . You can all come to Galesburg and , for your own good , if not to assist in spreading the knowledge of dairying , you . should attend . The Central aud Western Passenger Associations have granted a one and one-third fare for the round trip foiall points in Illinois and from St . Louis . The roads included are the Chicago , Burlington & Quincy and the Atchison , Topeka & Santa Fe . both of which enter Galesburg ; the Chicago & Alton . Chicago , Rock Island &am...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899

A RECORD-BREAKING OFFER . This sample of the National Rural ( hitherto for over 30 years known as the Western Rural ) is only an average of the 52 others comprising a year s numbers . It is published weekly , contains 32 to 40 pages , filled with original matter from the highest class of expert and practical contributors , illustrated with fine half-tone engravings , printed on such paper and press work as you see in this number . The price is only $ 1 . 00 a year in advance . To induce you to try it this year and get you in the habit of taking it this offer is made , good for this year only , and is limited to the 10 th of February . For $ 1 . 00 we will send the National Rural and your choice of one of the following great political weeklies , semi-weeklies or household journals , both one year : IWeekly Inter-Ocean . | Dtti-olt Tribune . Toledo Blade . Clnctnnntl Enquirer . Semi-Weekly Globe-Democrat , St . Louis . 1 Kansas City Star . Pioneer Press , St . Paul . I St . Paul Globe...

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RURAL AFFAIRS [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899

RURAL AFFAIRS Edited by w . B . Lloyd . Dairying on a Rented Farm IT is usually , considered that the farmer who owns , a large farm and good cows and has modern conveniences can make money dairying , but the small farmer and especially a renter , who is on a farm without conveniences , often refrains from dairying , thinking he will have a hard time making the ends meet , but experience teaches that the small farmer , if he gives time and attention to his work , can make as much money proportionately , as the large fari & er . The first of November , 1881 , found me oh a rented farm containing less than a hundred acres . I had nine ordinary cows , some ¦ of them were fresh , some had been in six months , some a . little longer , and two of themwere about to come in . I was going to make butter and had a Blanchard churn , bought second hand for $ 5 . I had also a few tall pails , for setting the milk in a discarded ice box . v The farm had ; been flaxed for seven consecu...

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. . The Art of Milking [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899

. . The Art of Milking By !> .. W . Voyles . THE art of milking consists in the removal of all the milk in the udder at the time of the act in the gentlest possible manner , and by rapid process , slow milking being always bad milking . y , . When being milked the cow 1 should be in a ( cohdition of absolute quietude ; if excited by the act of stabling , she should be allowed time to quiet down . No condition is so favorable to the milking process as thdt feeling of satiety following a full feed . The udder should be thoroughly cleansed , and the teat first chosen gently squeezed on its tip end in order to overcome the contraction of the sphincter muscle and thus facilitate the flow , after which the milk should be drawn as rapidly as possible . There is a feeling of relief when a distended .. udder is being emptied , to which a cow responds , and to which she will continue her consent to the end of the act , if it be not too long delayed , that is not only of valuable as...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899

I ^ KER DAIRY HE P I ^ 1 TV fl / , 0 t / M orn Dairv Feeding ^ __________* r hs inters- «*«»» jr ¦ + ; rai daisy ^______ M ^^ 1 ° i ao - It cot ng Iittle b ^ k is written for the l *** 1 ^ lig ht _\\\\\\\\\\ , . ^_^_ M ° { the b ^ er J the subject of milk production ^ tvahi- _\\\\\\\\ \\\\\\\\\\\\\ WW m ^ w ^ ______ \\\ • ^ HB ^ iry ^ on the subject ever published . A-I > itb ^^ H ^^ H a ° d C lS : t ] le act ^ al value of his material mP ^ ^ ^^ B ^^ H w ° rkiZ i n * l n 8 s can be confidently accep ted as MM ^^ H ^ . ffuides . The book is free . Send font . _\\\\\\\\\\ *^^^ H Con , Wne ^! T ^ feed is made en « reiy oi grain- prinC ? h a i l nroduS » ^^^ H ^ ^¦ 1 ot » « k and * L ent l fic Proportions . It is complete for the produ HHH ^^ H ^ H «> M Proper maintenance of the animal . H 9 [^^ H j ^^ B ^ ° » y in Sealed and Branded Sacks JJ | i ^ H T -oth yHa / PECI ^ EN BALANCED 1 RATION _ BHH ^ HHB m * H SproZt * Jl pounAs Ql « tenTleal , rj | Jounds HHHH H HHH...

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Feeding Dairy Cattle [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899

Feeding Dairy Cattle By C . P . Goodrich . IN feeding dairy cattle the object is to get the greatest value in dairy products possible in return forthe value of the food consumed . FADING THE CALF . THE should be fed in such a way as to promote growth of frame and to develop a capacity . for consuming and digesting milk producing foods , and should not be fed so as to make her excessively fat . Fattening the calf or heifer will encourage the beef habit , which will be liable to cling to her through life to a greater or less extent , to the detriment of milk production . The calf should be fed whole milk till about a week old , then gradually substitute skimmed till by the time the calf is fourteen to eighteen days old the milk is all skim milk . This should be fed warm , the temperature of new milk , and sweet . When beginning to add skim , milk a little oil meal should be added ; at first not more than a tablespoonful a da } —a part of . it in each feed—till , by the time all skim m...

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Commercial Slide of Dairying [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899

Commercial Slide of Dairying By D . W . Willson , Editor Elgin Dairy Report . S UCCESS in any line of business depends upon the amount of intelligence and energy put into it . Dairying is no exception to this rule , and dairying upon the farm depends upon so many faetois for complete success , that in the short limits of an , article of this kind we cannot take , up all Of the problems that pertain to successful dairying , but will only consider somewhat the commercial ! and market side , that must be well understood by the ordinary dairy farmer to enable him to make a success of the dairy . Presupposing that he has studied thequestions of breed and feed for his cows ,, and eliminated all of the non-paying boarders from his herd , he starts out with a -supply of what is properly called raw product , that is , high grade milk in a sufficient quantity from each animal to make it profitable to care for and furnish all the necessary feed . With this raw , product at : hand ,- then begin...

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Cold Barns and Ice Water for Dairy Cov / s [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899

Cold Barns and Ice Water for Dairy Cov / s ay JJ . ll . Otis . THE investigation made by the Kansas Experiment Station of the creamery business of the Meriden Creamery revealed the fact that there was one man that sheltered his cows in winter by . two wire fences , another by a wood lot , and still others by wind breaks . Out of eighty-two patrons there were eighteen , or twenty-two per cent , that compelled , their cows to drink ice water from a creek or pond in winter . ; When we stop to think that the dairy cow , unlike the steer , has a thin hide , with litfle or no fat beneath . the skin and a poor surface circulation , we can understand one of the reasons why the yield of some herds is- so low . The dairy cow is a very sensitive animal , and when she is forced to keep up , animal heat and to stand shivering while-taking her fill of ice water she certainly cannot be expected to make a very good showing at the milk pail . Very few people realize the loss sustained from cold barn...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899

H you see an advertisement in the National Rural and Family Magazine it is reliable .

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899

Z 3 § ijSir ~~ THB ntPBOVBD || p | f VICTOR Incubator I ^ nJO ^ Er B ° h Chiotau bf atum .. AbBoltttelr 0 » U- »¦ * i 1 * . * * otMMrt OMt-olui HatohW logue ¦ >» In U « market , OireuUtra FKEK . l « u 1 j __ ggO ^ Bj 8 T 5 £ oKTocimOT . UA . / 1 ~ -. BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS , $ 1 . 00 OOO to $ a 0 ° each- MAMMOUTH BRONZE wvr TURKBYS $ 3-00 10 $ 4 00 I « A COIIINGHAM , Eden , 111 . Young and Old stock for sale . BLACK LANGSHANS Scored- birds after December 1 . Eggs in Season . B . H . FERNAI , D , Roseville , 111 . GEO . KREUSCHER SCOS . POULTRY were prize winners at State Fair . Beautiful Poultry Guide and prize list describing 20 varieties of land and waterfowl for 2 stamps , SEP , KREUSCHER It CO ., SOMERS , WIS . Money in Pf ultry , Chicken . Turkeys , Ducks and Seese A buyers guide of the largest poultry plant ln the north ^ west , over 1 , 000 land and water fowls for sale , plan and view of poultry farm , finely Illustrated . Eggs for ^ iatchino a specialty . Send to ...

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The Ayrshire Cow [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899

The Ayrshire Cow By O . M . Winslow , Secretary of the Ayrshire Breeders Association . THE Ayrshire is a Scotch cow , originating in the Southwest of Scotland , and has been the popular dairy cow of that section for about one hundred and fifty years , but . whether she sprang from the native wild cattle of the country , or was built up from a judicious crossing of some one or more foreign breeds , is not fully known . The most reliable account , however , seems to indicate that she has a strong infusion of the old Durham , or Teeswater , as it was then called , and her color and build would seem to warrant that theory , also ber ability to cross on -all breeds of cattle AYRSHIRE ! COW , DAIRIE BRUCE 5631 . —A type of the Breed . totheir Improvement , would look as though they had inherited a dairy prepotency from the -old dairy line of the Durham cattle . She wns brought to Canada by the old Scotch settlers , and early in the present century was brought to New England , and at once ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899

Those who write adversers will confer a favor if they will mention this paper

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