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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 19 March 1896
Gfc ^ a &amp; gfjR &amp; w . ^ fj Express ^ Sf ^ Ajl ___ j _ rm &lt; _ _^_ - ~— . jj Prepaid . &gt;— .-3 SL 3 £ 33 « . _^ I THE COMET bucket or barrel 50 feet . / . Dniihio Ant in w made on new scientific and II UUUIJlG Hilling mechanical principles . fl Send for free catalogue which will make it II plain to you that 1 have the sprayer yoa JKJ want . JEC . B . _ R . USI _ ER , « g ^ Johnstown , Ohio , U . S . A . Please mention th © Western Rural .
NEWS COMMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 19 March 1896
NEWS COMMENTS The farmers of Perry county , Illinois , have put themselves on record in a series of resolutions which we publish on another page . They urge that farmers read more on all sides . of all public questions affecting their callingthat they organize , or join the good 61 d grange with its twenty-nine years of efficient work ; the enforcement of anti-trust laws , ; the restoration of silver- and the enactment of an anti-option law . It will be a disappointment to most of our farmers to know that the Committee of the House has turned down the anti-option bill . It was substantially the Hatch bill and has been favored by all the farmers conventions . Only last week it was endorsed by the Farmers Institute ^ £ en ? Mt ° U 2 , ty Illmois Probably the action of the Committee kills the measure for this session . If the minority would report and secure a vote from the House zettme every member oh record , then our voters would know Ess ir &amp; sssjsJ * cloven foot of the...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 19 March 1896
HOWARD &amp; WILSON PUBLISHING COMPANY , N . E . Corner Madison and Franklin Sts . n ™ tS ? S : $ 1 , °° Per yeaF * Subseri P « ons may begin with any clSfo ? t T en oSore 80 ^ * * * ta ClUbS ° f five _ 75 cts ** * * _&lt; , 4 d i ten - ^^ if Money vs . Products , or New Hveienp » nr S 7 Kitchen , or Modern Poultry ° BooV ^ r Xr book ? s Write for terms to agents or for terms on Special Premiums . All communications should be addressed premiums . . WESTERN RURAL , CHICAGO , III . Entered at the Chicago Postofflce as Second-class matter
Herds , Flocks and Dairy [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 19 March 1896
Herds , Flocks and Dairy ILLINOIS DAIRYMEN MEET . THE twenty-second annual meeting of the Illinois State Dairymen s Association opened at Princeton , Illinois , March 4 , with a large attendance . Mayor R . M . Skinner delivered the address of welcome . John Stewart , president of the association , made the response . The program was opened by W . R . Hostetter , of Mount Carroll , who read a paper on The Ensilage System and Its Advantages . His paper , with the discussion which followed , formed the chief topic of the afternoon . D . W . Willson , editor of the Elgin Dairy Report , spoke on What Can We Do to Increase Dairy Farms in Illinois ? Among those who took part in the discussion were : E . E . Critchfleld , of Chicago ; Edward Newman , of Elgin , and W . L . Lamdis , of Chicago . The second day s session closed with a banquet at the American House , given by the business men and citizens . . The leading feature of the second day s proceedings was the arraignment of various m...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 19 March 1896
FAOTS ^^ . .. . ;¦ . : C r : X ^ :: ¦ : • ¦ ¦ .- ¦ ¦ ... ¦ &gt; - ¦ # .- ¦ -.-. ¦ ¦ .. \ \ t like the following are what niake our compete tors writhe so in the agony bf defeat : I have no trouble in convincing others of the superior ; merits of the Improved United StatesfSeparator , as any one can ascertain by enquiring in this section ; as I have sold to my neighbors io Improved fU . S . Separators , seven of these in miy own town , where there have been in the last five months placed on trial , 5 DeLavals , 4 Sharpies arid 1 Empire , and . at the present time no one in town owns any other Separator than the Improved United States . &gt; W . N . DUNKLEE . South Vernon , Vt ., Mar . 7 , 1896 . I have placed nearly 20 Improved United States Separators in 30 days , arid have not had one complaint . \ C . E . HULBERT . ¦ —^__ ^__ , Downsville , Del . Co ., N . Y ., Dec . 30 , 18 95 . Cornell University Bulletin No . 105 , page 109 , gives 19 tests of the Improved Unite...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 19 March 1896
CREAM SEPARATOR IMFRIMRFRS Some of our correspondents call our attention to the fact Avail nf nffo ^ e « ff « . _«*« - *¦ that certain infringers of the De Laval Patent Rights deny * VaiS Of Offers Off protection . that their machines infringe such Patents , and are now talking If these offers of protection are made in good faith , of protection - to buyers . . _ users of such infringing machines will do well to immediateCertainly nobody can have expected these infringers : to ly availthemselves of same , &lt; wd they should in self safety publicl y aclcnowledrye that their imitations of the De Lavai demand a Bond given and secured by tlie endorseac mes do infringe our Patents . ment an g guarantee of some hank or other responsible Infringers already enjoined . persons in their oivn county and State , since it is safe to That nmiirf «__„_ . „ i x . T n \ assume that such infringing manufacturers , whose actual finanW ^^ r jLT . 7 ^ t _ and repre S e _ ta . near future have a...
— ROPY OR ST / IMV TVfTT / R" . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 19 March 1896
— ROPY OR ST / IMV TVfTT / R . t —» rv »—• _____ * . . A . _ UA *^ I _ U . | ~ T O THE EDITOR : —As a reader of your I paper , I write you for advice in regard to the condition of the milk which two of my cows give . It is . all right at time of milking , or seems to be , but after standing for twenty-four hours , the bottom is stringy and slimy , and does not thicken or lobber as it should . It creams good and makes good butter , but my wife dont like to use the milk under the conditions . The cows are fed on cut corn stalks and a mess of meal at night , and potatoes and meal in inoming , good spring water to drink . I bought a three-quarter Durham cow several years ago , and she gave the same kind of milk , and these cows are her calves . The milk is the same on pasture , only not so bad . —M . B . J . As we had never had a case in our own dairy exactly like this , we submitted the question to Mr . J . H . Monrad , who is well posted on milk matters , and received the following re...
FEEDING CALVES . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 19 March 1896
FEEDING CALVES . A calf may be fed skimmed milk when one week old , with the addition of one gill of boiled flaxseed , increasing the ration to a pint a day when four weeks old , and then adding fine middlings or corn and oats ground together , or a pint to one quart of oats unground . Flaxseed gruel , with plenty of skimmed milk , will produce a very fine growth , leaving the calf as mellow to the touch as if sucking the cow . A calf two months old will gain three pounds per day on this ration . The oil taken off in the cream can be replaced for one-fifth of the money value of the cream . Butter dairymen may raise a calf to each cow upon skimmed milk and a little additional food , such as indicated , and get one-fourth to one-third as much profit out of the refuse milk as out of the butter . Selling butter robs the land of nothing , valuable—only carbon which has no manurial value . Andrew H . Ward .
THE AYRSHIRE COW . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 19 March 1896
THE AYRSHIRE COW . The Ayrshire cow , bred in Scotland for more than a hundred years , has always been a popular cow with those who have known her best as a milk producer or a butter cow . She has proved herself to be a profitable cow for the farmer under the most adverse conditions , paying a large divident to her owner ; in fact she te often called the Rent Payer . Her hardy constitution fits her for enduring the climate of Canada , New England and the Eastern States , and enables her to do well on scant pastures and poor feed , as well as to resist disease . Her average weight of about one thousand pounds , is the favorite size for the dairy , ahd for market cows , and her red and white spotted color , . gives her an attractive look that is pleasing to the eye . Her large shapely udder and deep wedge shape both impresses the beholder with her great milking capacity and gives her the ideal form for a dairy cow . Numerous experiments indicate that the Ayrshire cow will give a large...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 19 March 1896
Think Before you decide to buy a medicine , that the large majority of all tho diseases which afflict mankind , originate in or are promoted by impure blood . Remember That the best blood medicine before the public—the one which accomplishes the greatest cures , has thelargest sales—in fact th &amp; One True Blood Purifier—isHoods Sarsaparilla Therefore , get Hood s and Only Hood s . Prepared by C . I . Hood &lt; __ Co ., Lowell , Mass . gl . Ur _ r _ rl c D ______ the after-dinner pill and riUV _ / UO llll © family cathartic . 25 c . isnnn RUTTED and HOW TO MAKE IT . UUUU DU I I Sill ffijtxzsttHsttz &amp; THE KNEE ,. AND CBITSTAI , CREAME n 4 ^ ., &gt; ^ S ^ % t ^^ t £ S ^&amp;
SORGHUM AS STOCK FOOD . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 19 March 1896
SORGHUM AS STOCK FOOD . AS very little has been said of late on this subject it seems not out of place to write what has been observed in the past few years along the line of sorghum culture . So far as its syrup producing quality is concerned , this phaze of the subject has been largely discussed and is fairly well understood . But its use as forage for stock is just coming tp the front . In the west it is almost as common for every farmer to sow a small piece , for fodder as it is the Illinois farmer to have his potato patch . If sown early , about corn-planting time , • two crops can be cut . The first should be cut just before it heads out . There is almost no uncertainty about the second crop , as all who are ac-, quainted with habits of sorghum know of its inclination to throw out suckers , even when cut late in the fall . The first crop if cut as above , is very soft and is eaten freely by all kinds of « tock . Different plans are taken for harvesting ; the most common of whi...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 19 March 1896
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 19 March 1896
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 19 March 1896
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AMONG HORSEMEN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 19 March 1896
AMONG HORSEMEN AMERICAN HORSE IN THE FUTURE . ( Contributed to Clark s Horse Review , Chicago , by P . J . Berry and read before the Illinois Horse Breeders Association at Springfield , January , 1896 . ) T HIS is the great question that interests farmers and . breeders of horses , as well as dealers throughout our great country , at the present time , and as this is one of the leading industries of this great country , it is one of the most important subjects that we can discuss , and at this very critical time it should be handled by men of great experience and judgment . I have seen a great many ups and downs since I have been in the business , as a breeder , trainer and driver , and as I have been not only a . publisher but a . great reader of the turf journals , and have been actively engaged in the sale business of all kinds of horses continually for forty years , it affords me great pleasure to give farmers and horsemen the benefit of my long experience . I have seen the hors...