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Page 31 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 19 March 1896

MONDAYS AIR CHURN . a trents wanted . Farmers and farmers sonsl Do vmi want tb make money ? If so secure territory . Churns in three minutes . Sample $ 5 . 00 . Write at once . and secure your territory . Address AMEKICA 1 . SPEJpj ^ XTX CO 88 * -Dearborn St ., Chicago . )__?_ Please mention the Western Rural . DIAMONDS B ^& 0 The Sonth African Off-Color Diamond equals the genuine in cutting and lustre . Unmounted stones , « a . ( i 0 per carat . Plain gold rings , \& carat setting , 13 . 00 . Studs , $ 3 . 00 up . Sent C . O . D . subject to examination . Send 4 cents for catalogue , The Sears Jewelry Co ., 225 Dearborn St ., Chicago . Please mention the Western Rural . AUSTRALIAN AGENCY The undersigned are desirous of representing American firms in ___ . USTIt-V-LIA . Manufacturers , patent medicine firms , book , music and magazine publishers , etc ., desiring to push trade in AU 8 TBALIA are respectfully requested to correspond . Addresses of farmers , pr...

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Page 31 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 19 March 1896

R . W . OSBORN , REAL ESTATE BROKER ROSELAND , LOUISIANA . Taxes Paid for Non-Residents . Titles Examined . A General Real Estate Business Transacted . Please mention the Western Rural .

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Page 31 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 19 March 1896

ARE YOU rs ^ T d HV Subscribe for the ROSELAND HERALD and learn all about the Northern Colony at Roseland , Louisiana . Address , HOYT & RBIOHEBT , Publishers , Roseland , La . Special offer to new subscribers : 60 cts , per year ; four months , 25 cts . THE NEW HYGIENE . By JAS . W . WILSON . . Ag-ezits can make money by handling this fast selling book . We have just issued the forty-first edition . Write for prices by the dozen or hundred . THE WESTERN RURAL , 215 Madison St ., Chicago Northwestern University EVANSTON AND CHI : AGO , ILL , ; Tbe University has a College of Liberal Arts , » School of Medicine , School of Law . a School of Pharmacy , and a School of Dentistry The Garrett Biblical Institute supplies the place of a College of Theology . It has a preparatory 8 : hool and a School of Oratory and Music . The University has one hundred and fifty professors and instructors and mort than 2 , 200 students . For catalogues address President xuaratY WAL-DX . ICWES ...

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Page 32 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 19 March 1896

I ^ . /^ \\ \ kl f ANOTHER I I llf ^ 1 ¦¦ ¦ ¦ NO V * K ^^^ A ^* . : ^ ^ SNi # ; v HK N . ^ AU // \\ tlJ / , J NEW lflPROVED REGULAR ... I I 1 ^— -- ^ Imflllilr on oo Ei * - U t P o k JillllW ^ XZU b prrnr f I ^ SOI i ^ l ^^ For Only I ^ ff ^^ p ^ H .-- d : « act I FOB , MEN AND WOMEN . ^^ V _ # ¦ ^ J ^ J ¦ Th S- THIS OFFER IS GOOD FOR 60 DAYS ONLY . * £ sr-. I Dr . Home s We Make Thjs s P ecial UDprecoHented Offer to QuickC Introduce and Obtain Read what the Editor of I New improved Agents in New Localities . Read Every Word 1 TW * Paper says : I _~ . __ «_*« To quickly introduce and obtain a ^ ents in as many newlocalities __ , < _ _ We have examilied the I I Plarfrir Ralfc p 0 S l lblef , 0 r ^ _?? rne ^ New Improved Electric Belts and AppSnces Metric Belt described electric delts ^^^^^^^ s ^ s s & ss ^^^^ ^ hi rr e r ™ . ana Warranted to CURE , With- mak £ lt P ° s f 4 lble . for ev ^ y person reading this advertisement to get one of nd at to be exactly as ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896

jiESTERN iBi rvURAL ffiMLOflE OTEK WEEEOT ^ C^^ ^^ S^^ ^^^ l ^^^ r ^ ^ Ki f \^ ^ ¦^^^^^ e uir ^^^^^^^ A ^^ \ A THE EDITORIAL OUTLOOK— V THE FARMERS SIDE— .. News Comments > .. ..... ; 415 : Railway Trusts . 424 . An Important Conference h \ . \ . ..... 428 American Flour in Cuba 424 \ Litera ^ miigrants ..,. ,, .. M.,, . i . Ls P^ l T^ Vn ^ 424 I Is it the Ring Revived ......... ! .... ;; .. ...... 428 ^^ A ^ inst Stete Commissions .. 424 J ^ ^ Oyer-Production—Poem 405 I 1 New Ratio a Subterfuge 429 \ \ Daily Doings , . 429 FIN , FEATHERS AND HONEY BEES— I , * A New Factory 49 « 1 ) HERDS , FLOCKS AND DAIRY-. ¦ Managing Sitters ........ i [ / . [ [\ ] . . \[ . ^ i Cost of Feeding Dairy Cows . 416 Baked Bones . . . 426 3 Filled Cheese ! ..... ; . .... 416 Selling Honey Around Home ; .. 426 - | Tuberculosis iri Cows ; ........ 417 Questions Answered .........:. ...,........ . 426 j ! ; , ¦ Sorghuin as Feed .......... ; ,:. ................... 417 Does it Pay to Raise Broile...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896

414 March 26 The Western Rural ^¦^^¦^^¦^^ BA ^ B ^ AH ^^^ HtHBflEf £ ¦¦ TTTTTTTTTT •§» ¦ £ mm % 6 lmmmmM \ wiMm \\ m ^ TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT «§» * Subscribers Old New SubsMbers Trial Subscribers From the time your order is received we will send this paper every fit week , until JANUARY 1897 , for CENTS YOU HAVE OUR RENEW NOW SPECIAL OFFER to receive the benefit of that GRAND PREMIUM 20 PACKETS CHOICE GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS one of the valua * le books or articles named on our subscrip tion blank . The list includes the latest editions of or any 1 f Times Are Hard Productsor vs Money New Hygiene , or Health Without Medicine Modern Kitchen , Our Premium Cook Book Lloyd s Modern Poultry Book . CHICAGO THE WESTER HI T \ UML Write for Seed List , Subscription Blank and Premium List if you have mis laid the one sent you . Wealth and Civilisation AView of Political Economy Soils and Crops of the Farm , by Geo . E. Morrow . ¦ **¦ ¦¦ . - .. % . . , . ¦ * f .. 4 » ALast Call . J«l * *§• 4 » ! !...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896

HOWARD & WILSON PUBLISHING COMPANY , N . E . Corner Madison and Franklin Sts . TERMS : $ 1 . 00 per year . Subscriptions , may begin -with any number . CLUB TERMS : 80 cts . a year in clubs of five ; 75 . cts . a year in clubs of ten or more . Add ten cents if Money vs . Products , or New Hygiene , or Modern Kitchen , or ^ Modern Poultry Book , or other book is wanted . , ..,- ¦ ¦ Write for terms to agents or for terms on Special Premiums . • All communications should be addressed WESTERN RURAL , CHICAGO , III . Entered at the Chicago PostoflBce as Second-class matter

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NEWS COMMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896

NEWS COMMENTS Each year brings an increase in the number of bicycle factories and they alf seem to be busy . The wheel has surely come to stav . England is sending a strong expedition up the Nile to check the advance of the new Mahdist outbreak . Italy has taken heart at the assistance of this powerful ally , and is also fitting out another expedition . There is a chance that the tragedy of Khartoum will be repeated . Senator Lodge has introduced a bill providing that no foreigner between the ages of 14 and 60 shall be admitted to this country unless he can read and write in his . own language . This is a step that the Rural readers will all welcome , because it will insure intelligent immigrants , and intelligent immigrants are the only ones who will ever make good , citizens . A Spanish gunboat waiting off the harbor of New York for a steamer alleged . to be about to start from that port with arms and supplies for the Cuban insurgents was put to ignominious flight by the appearanc...

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Herds , Flocks and Dairy [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896

Herds , Flocks and Dairy COST OF FEEDING DAIRY COWS . O THE EDITOR : Here is my answer to the enquirer who wishes to know the cost of feeding cows : I ani < milking eighteen cows . My daily feed is : • 100 lbs corn meal ( not cracked ) :..... $ . 42 100 lbs corn and cob meal ........... . 35 100 lbs bran and shorts mixed ( by ^ miller ) . .. . . .. .. .. . , • • . 45 100 lbs shorts . . .......... . ,. . 45 four shocks Kaffir fodder . ....... . 33 Total ............ $ 2 . 00 This ration is all my cows will eat ; I feed the millstuff dry ; stable my cows in ¦ cold or stormy weather ; they are fat , the butcher takes them when they go dry . I frequently change to Kaffir meal , but always feed bran and shorts . , In the stable feed either prairie or alfalfa straw and Kaffir hay . My cows fed on this ration , are healthy . The milk in quantity and quality is the best . The butter will bring three cents a pound more than the market price . Am so . well pleased with Kaffir shall...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896

-4 %% - Even Blacksmiths fjNy who are supposed _^ 7 | ¦ % / to represent great t A ttv m ^ m \ i strength and perfect K & n ^ Mwk health , are likel y to f * 3 W « % die of consumption . / * - ¦» AL \ Mere muscularity t v \ j ., J 8 AjS \ isnt always health . IS ^ O ^ / V % A f Disease will develop m ^^ 5 ^ = lfiSt- rapidly once let the ^ ^ -j frgpjf ^!^^ germs of consumpS f ~ jj . ¦ ^ wm Mk l mm ^ tion get into a man s E- *** . m JAmV ^^ . system , and it will 7 Si > | g 5 r ^ u » --- ^ S kill him certainly and I * iHRC ?/ 7 P 71 r ^ surel y if he doesnt r / Cf H // I H fill tate tlie P r ° P er I OVIWtf / H i ft-1 measures to -get rid ( -J ^ lMh ! / I ll of it . Exercise - arid •^ Lm Wnlh l Iri I work and dieting and . » Jw , I Ml all that sort of thing WSffSMltJ / fn ^ JT are good enough in ^ ° « - sm = ^ -- their way , but con- ^ * a sumption is one of the things that they wont , cure . The bacillus of consumption is a living organism . It is infinitesimal...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896

;; .: !> : ;; : irA . o / iv ®—_ ¦ • : : liliPii ¥ ^ Mlike the followin £ are what mak e our com Peti- ^ Z—jjb ,. tors writhe so in the agony of defeat : ftlSss ^^ * nave no trou ^^ e * n convincing others of the superior Ijflljg ^ ^ merits of the Improved United States Separator , as any one jrgJilmH ^ can ascertain by enquiring in this section , as I have sold /^ SnlH ^^^ j ^ to my neighbors io Improved U . S ; Separators , seven mm ) 1 ^ mff « . . of these in my . own town , where there have been in the last NSBIU fill five months placed on trial , 5 DeLavals , 4 Sharpies and f / ffifll i Empire , and at the present time no one in town fpaWJl owns any other Separator than the Improved J > - jffll United ; States . W . N . DUNKLEE . ¦ ¦ Jf \ l South Vernon , Vt ., Mar . 7 , 18 9 6 . Jj § ijk _ I have placed nearly 20 Improved United States &/ m * . ) Separators in 30 days , and have not had one complaint . ^ tMSm ^^^ Sk ^^ : : C . E . HULBERT . - ...

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A CALIFORNIA DAIRY . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896

A CALIFORNIA DAIRY . I N 1869 my father , R . G . Sneatb , purl chased 110 acres of good land « near Menio Park , Cal ., thirty miles from San Francisco , for a country residence , and secured seven Devon heifers and one Devon bull , from the most reputable herd here . They were beautiful looking animals , dark red in color , finely formed but rather undersized . They had the best of care and abundant food , but failed at the pail and were too small for first-class beef . In 1871 he secured a carload of registered Jersey cows of good size and one large Jersey bull , all from good families , young and vigorous . These multiplied rapidly for about five years , and were kept pure and in good health , and furnished many fine milkers , and were considered about the largest and best herd in the state . In 1875 my father purchased about 3 , 000 acres of fine pasture land about six miles south of the southern boundary of this city and removed the Jersey herd thereto , when the place was nam...

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FALL PIGS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896

FALL PIGS . S OME farmers are quite successful with fall pigs . Others are unable to realize good results . The former class are thoughtful and painstaking . Their sows are bred to farrow if possible between Aug : 15 and Oct . 15 , and effort is made to limit to September as nearly as possible . Only mature sows are bred in the spring for a second litter , as a rule . Occasionally one farrowing in February at fifteen or niore months of age is safely bred again for September , after weaning the winter litter . • ; ¦ The sows are fed carefully and are permitted wide range in pasture , and are thus inade healthy and strong for nurturing the autumn litter . The best of milkproducing food is furnished the dam after the farrowing , limited in quantity at first and gradually increased with the age of the young things . During the first six weeks of the pigs life it is best to limit their ration to less than their desires . A mixture of hulled oats and oil meal in proportions of four parts ...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896

Catarrh Affects your head , but it is not therefore a local disease . If it did not exist in your blood , it could not manifest itself in your nose . Whatever impurities the blood does not carry away , cause what we call disease . Therefore , for Catarrh inhalants , snuffs and other local applications can give only temporary relief . The true way to cure is to purify your blbod by taking a constitutional remedy like Hood s Sarsaparilla , which eliminates all impurities and . thus permanently cures catarrh . Remember Hood s Sarsaparilla Is The One True Blood Purifier . $ 1 ; 6 for $ 5 . Prepared only by C . I . Hood & Co ., Lowell , Mass . U ¦ jj OSII *» cure hat > itual constlpaBIOOU S lllStion . Price 25 cents . ; • And better prices are the results of using 1 nraWll a POLAR CREAMERY . We want || I I f l f 1 | HP 1 IPlI reliable agents everywhere . Send for our Hill IPH BU AIIHI catalogue and price list . HHfllfillVi 1 Polar Creamery Co ., Lafayette , Ind . 1...

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COME TO TEXAS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896

COME TO TEXAS . The Lone Star is • waving—the flag of the freeThen strike for Texas , if men you would be . No idlers are wanted , the thrifty and wise , To wealth and high station can equally rise . Where corn , oats and cotton ; the richest of loam Which yields to the settlers provisions and home . Trees of every description arise on each hand , From alluvial soil to the rich table land . Here springs are exhaustless and streams never dry , In the season from winter to autumn ! s bright sty , ( A wide panorama of prairie is seen : -Of grasses of all kinds perennially green . Here millions of cattle , sheep , horses and goats Grow fat as if stall-fed or fattened on oats . No poverty is found in the mighty domain , To the man who exerts either finger or brain . Here are homes for the millions , the rich and the poor , While Texas opens wide her hospitable door . She has thousands of acres—yes , millions—to sell , Yet can point without cost to where pre-emp-tors can dwell . Her terms...

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ARTICHOKES , [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896

ARTICHOKES , A FTER having raised and fed a patch of artichokes I can heartily concur with those who recommend them as a valuable hog food . My hogs never did better and never were healthier than while hunting their own living in the artichoke patch . ¦ ...:.. . • • - . . But in my estimation , much of the benefit of the . artichoke patch is overlooked by those writing on the subject , at least to us : of Pennsylvania , or elsewhere , where fodder is scarce . Last fall prepar- . atoiy to turning in my hogs , I cut the tops off , tied them in sheaves and set them in ¦ . shocks of twelve or fifteen sheaves each . I did not think they would be of much value but noticed my sheep gather round the shocks and eat in preference to picking grass . They destroyed part of the shocks and the remainder I put into the -stable . When I began to feed my cows I < tut the artichoke stalks one-half inch long iri a fodder cutter and found the cattle ate almost the entire stalk , with a relis...

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