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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899
^ S ^ TAHDEM SjWEEf ; H Usijr . VMMPWV I aheadoJallothetmllis . . The , load \ V * rte 2 b ^ JI Vll * 8 eqafllUed , and each horse most \ sSfeSsSrSl WpaH W 11 * 1 6 - Great gain in capa- ^ efflsSTfllMaSclty . Bpoeaaaacomtort . No scaring ! ¦ &gt; : == 5 = ^^^ 5 SiTranr friction . Give your horses a , chance . cSpSST ^ S &amp; l SPECIAL PRICES NOW . ( Abomated | E 3 &amp; - «?» . ^« M Blieatieltpowerioilla ; 2 to 25 M . P . ) N ^ j ^^ P N . j . BOWSHER CO . SOUTH BEHD , IHD . 4 ^&amp; v TUP WAQTP * U ^ r ^^^ ^ . J ^^ . ^ of feeding your grain whole would ! Jstfc ^ WWffiSul ^ aBftVN more than pay your tares . All : v ^ g J g lio ^^ uRU &lt; u \ croaatl grain la suro to bo dl l ^ wZd ^^^^^^ i ! aSslBcfited when eaten by animals . crl ^^^^^ CTAR FEED i \ OT ^^ rttff * OIHn GRINDERS ; ^ fJJ ^ SS-. Grina nil grains Bingly or mlxeA ,. ^^^ -jS ^ Vy ^^ sP ^ i ^^ ear corn , dry . damp , fitwen . Can l ^ ^ flQ ^ M ^ cIioIie . Circulars of Sweep AStearo ^...
Tuberculosis [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899
Tuberculosis By Prof . D . Mcintosh . • TUBERCULOSIS is a very old . disease , and was hot considered infectious ; but since Dr . Robert Koch , in 1882 . • discovered a micro-organism in . the affected ; tissue which he calls tubercle bacillus , and which he considers is the real cause of tuberculosis , or consumption , in man , beiieved by him to be identically the same , the disease is considered both contagious . and infectious . Through the discovery of the bacillus some have considered the dispute as to whether or not tuberculosis is . an infectious dise a se settled beyond a doubt . Within the last few years some have written very exciting articles on this subject ,. which have caused a great deal ¦ of unrest to the public and loss to the dairymen in certain localities . It has been said by them that the great cause of tuberculosis among the human family is using the milk of the cow and the flesh of cattle , and that , as the disease is very infectious , anj one using the milk...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899
B Everybody is asking why the U ¦ IMPROVED UNITED STATES SEPARATORS m Jjg »^ . l PERFECT IN OPERATION M ___\ / i- W ^^ flHHv ^ OTfckv an &lt; so su P erior to all others . The reason ___ ^ B I *¦ tiu-li I-Ji ^ J gj ) is very easy to be understood . It is the ___ W UwWVW Triple Current Jill 111 Separator ! \\\\ m Hil Jlf &gt; JL * 8 r The milk passing three times the height T __ W ^ L \ HP ¦ Kf ^ M Mi ° * the bow 1 , while all others pass but ___ ^ B , 111 ; ^ Ha t ^ B HI once , practically makes three separators __ W MM USS IBI MI : IP in one * ^ e cream easiest separated is __ W •^ B ll llJI ?^ -. ^ W 1 B § caught in the first passage , that not so ___\ mM ^^^ - ^ i ^ n f ^ fBfl eas 7 in tlie second , and the third exhausts ^ H k _ W ^ issm sa ^ ^ Scg ^ W *^ every trace of fat , making perfect sep- Wm ^ H gr » jifpj aratlon . Examine the illustration , trace ^ H ^__ \ t * _\ *^ e course ° f the arrows * and you will be m _ ^___ f If convinced . Mmm B What Prominent ...
The Dual Purpose Cow [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899
The Dual Purpose Cow By Prof . Thos . Shaw . IN the judgment of . the writer there are three classes of cows . These are the special purpose dairy cow , the dual purpose cow , and the special purpose beef cow . The first should be kept by all dairymen who are making dairying their special work , and the last mentioned should be kept by ranchmen and large land holders where the calves must needs be raised on the dams . The place for tne dual purpose cow is on the arable farm where the farmer wishes to give prominence to beef growing , and when from the very nature ot things , he is at the same time necessitated to milk his cows in order to get a sufficient return from them to become a source ot substantial revenue . But just here it may be well to define what is a dual purpose cow . She is one that gives a large amount of milk from year to year while she lives , and that produces a calf that may be grown into a good quality of beef at an early age . She will not give so much milk as ...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899
Your Neighborhood 8 WWWg | May be without a creamJfiRfflr ery . The cream gatherer W ^ Mr would come from the ,. - &lt; ^^ 11 neighboring creamery and ^ £ K £ Z 3 M ] take away your cream if T ^ jTZ-ZlDlt _ y ° u had a separator . ^ i Sg yjjPff **® LITTLE GIANT TBI * SEPARATORS Mai are the best for this purjkmfjh pose . They are simply , __ Jll | s | k eaBy to operate and highly fjff ^ MfiwiiOi in efficient . We have pub- ^ gjJK ^ SE *** lished a pamphlet describ- ^*^^*^ ing this system .. Free to interested parties . . P . Fl . SHARPLES , Branches : Toledo , O . Omaha , Neb . Westchester , Pa . Elgin , 111 . St . Paul , Minn . Dubuque . Ia . San Francisco . Cal . 17113 ~ i ) r . a 2 - rymen or HALF r * 111 AT Q others wo will l ^ lllvl . 3 * send half a ream A •»» 4 , 8 xll , free , if they __ . „_ . Parchment « % « . * E i ^ » ¦ ¦ Try the best But- C OCO BUtter -oMM ^ KCCi . p „ no , ft . G . ELLIOT \ CO ., F fltlcr Manufacturers . a . UJJVJ . Philadelphia , Pa .
Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899
ALPHA-DE LAVAL CREAM SEPARATORS . fDe Laval Alpha Baby Cream Separators were flrst and havo ever been kept best and cheapest . They are guaranteed superiorto all imitations and infringements . Endorsed by all authorities . More than 150 , 000 in use . Sales ten to one of all others combined . All styles and sizes —§ 50 .-to § 225 .- Save 85 .- to $ 10 .- per cow per year over any setting system , and S 3 .- to $ 3 .- rr * i ~ iiir » M » rni P er eow P er yenr over any u \ mr ^ K ^ imitating separator . I f \ W B - . « * - New and improved maII Jf * - . * I » % aL- ! chines for 1898 . Send for •* * » - \ m new Catalogue containing if r / ie J JM a fund of up-to-date dairy _^ g // M J information . THE DE LAVAL SEPARATOR CO . RANDOLPH &amp; CANAL STO .,- I 74 CORTLANDT STREET , CHICAGO . I NEW YORK . Mr i nmiDiir n n ° n the famous INDIAN mLLDUUnllL , I LA , KIVER where the best OKANGESani PINEAPPIEU ABE KAISED intheworia . If you aro eolrg to Florida write me . J . F , POWELL...
Does the Feed Given the Cow In -fluence the Fat Percent -age of Milk ? [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899
Does the Feed Given the Cow Influence the Fat Percentage of Milk ? By Prof . VV . A . Henry , Dean College of Agriculture University of Wisconsin . A GJENEEATION ago there was apparently but one side to this question , judging from popular expression . Dairymen tallied freely about how this and that feed made the milk richer or poorer , and rarely was there one found who dared dispute such statements . . In those days only the chemist-analyzed milk to determine its fat content , and with him rarely was the work done with any particular system , only isolated samples being used . A- ¦ ¦ In 1874-77 the great German investigator , Kuehn , feeding cows on palm nut meat in particular , and also malt . sprouts , . peanut meal and cotton seed meal , concluded that these feeds increased directly the amount of fat in the milk , and for a time these statements we re hardly disputed . In 1879 the same learned investigator , after further experimenting , changed his views , and wrote , The syst...
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899
Jk *^ SAVE EEED . Rp ^^ 5 * liSS * Feed fa fuel to tbe-nnlmsl economy , lt V ¦ . fl i * f- 1 ^ 3 ? Isbnmed up to supply Intereal beat . tfUIa J .- ,, V » I UA I heated ( cooked ) before it poesintotheanlraj | jfc ^ J ?\ l * &lt; ?_ _ jt j Dial s stomach lt saves that nrachfuel ( £ eed ) . RSSS ¥ : ni Electric Feed Cookers Vl ? S * 3 rlaj ¦(/ save feed , safe money , and prodnei l ^ wlrVi better rcsnlts . Made of befit cast Iron 11 i ^ H USM . vtMh steel linings ; boiler made oE extn ¦ * l HBHigL . heavygalranlzedateel . Capacity 25 to 100 ^^ Uggg ^^&gt; Kallons . Circular and price free . Q ^ F ^ lilectrlc Wheel Co ., Box 163 . Onlncv , V W /« . DAVC * 5116 * 011 WEEK the yearround . H TrC Vl \ i you sell Stark Trees . Outfit free . STARK HUBSfffl . LOUISIANA . MO .. Stark , Mo .. Roclcport . Ill , DansviUe . fU BARGAINS IN SEEDS ! m \ aW Choice kinds of Vegetable and Flower Seeds at Sc per packet . Flower Hants , 6 c . each . Many choice novelties . Donfc buy until ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899
TEN WEEKS FOR TEN CENTS . That big family paper , The Illustrated Weekly Sentinel , of Denver , Colo ., ( founded 181 ) 0 ) , -will bo sent ten weeks on trial for 10 c ; clubs of 6 , 50 c ; 12 for $ 1 . Special offer solely to Introduce it . Latest mining news and illustrations of scenery , true stories of love and adventure . Address as above and mention National Rural : stamps taken .
Breeding the Dairy Cow [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899
Breeding the Dairy Cow By L . P . Abbott . TO render the average dairy a source of profit involves the necessity of increasing the butter capacity of our herds . The average dairy herds as we find them in the dairy sections of the country are about the same , made up of cows ranging through various degrees ; of quality as individuals ,. and generally from pretty low do \ vn in the scale of productive capacity up to those . of fair accomplishments in butter making ; the rank and file holding a place of mediocracy . When we consider that a cow which makes but 130 to 140 pounds of butter as her yearly product , brings no profit to her owner , it will at once be seen that if the majority of the herd are to-be classed ias only middling producers there is a majority of more or less extent which are kept at a loss , and are thus a drag on the better class which pay a fair profit . This state of things is just what is the matter with the dairy business as carried on by the average farmer . ...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899
BIG IMPORTS ; D PRIZE BERKSHIRE PIGS . Gold Medal Herd , over all—2 years in succession . Prize Leicester , Cotswold and Dorset sheep generally for sale . See circular , 600 prizes won . METCAIF BROS . &amp; STONE , EAST ElMA , HEW YORK . ^ mWWm \ DUROO JBRSBYS ^ W ^ m ^ WWrnThe business farmer s hog , Mode ^ mWWmmi Criterion 151 5 heads herd . Vine lot of ^ mm jBB £ aWK PlRS , both sexes , fortheseasonsstrade »&lt;* , rf ! W « UWS send for catalogue . E . B . WATSON . NEWTON . IOWA . « T ^ O * R . MS l / ILL more sheep than dogs do ; | \ kill more colts than barb wire ; kill more pigs than cholera . ALL KINDS of Intestinal and stomach worms ln sheep , horses and hogs are instantly killed and removed -by feeding Summer s Worm Powders . They cleanse the stomach , purify the blood , alddigestlon , Improve the appetite and general health of the animal . Send for circulars . Agents wanted , F . S . Burch &amp; Co ., 178 MichlganSt ., Chicago , Ill . There is no r...