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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899

Ii you see an advertisement in the National Rural and Family Mag-azine it is reliable

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899

Sharpies Quality . Every farrr er who keeps fffi - ft f five or more cows can l , js £ ^ B afford a hand separator . ¦ r 5 : ; , L jj In fact , he cannot afford n £ !¦ : iff to bewithoutone . Avoid Si ~ gjSS } all mistakes and useless . \ 7 fil expenditure by biding-a liw ^?? Safety Hand separator | rafer | fL They u ot only represent *| |||| j | ^ highest quality in such fflfls 1 machines , but stand for oSSIl highest quality in prod- JKHTBTO net as well . They skim _ w _ W _ m ( si clean , turn easy , last Jy J __ W _\ v _ . long and cost notbing ^ ^^« £ gg 8 jjHaHiS ^ for repairs . Send for cir- ¦ Bs ^ gp ^ culars . P . M . SHARPLES , West Chester . Pa . • Branches : T . ilodo . O . Omiilin , Neb . Elgin , 111 . St . Paul , Minn . Dubuque , Iii .- Sun Francisco , Cal . OUROC JERSEY HOGS , REGISTERED STOCK . Send stamp for u < l-pago catalogue , illustrated . Prices and history . J . M . STONEBRAKER ,: Panola , III . _ a ^^ ssss \ VlN K BIO «» 1 > BD Cattle ....

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Commendable Enterprise [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899

Commendable Enterprise THE Seaboard Air Line , the railway which connects Atlanta , Ga ., and Norfolk , Va ., with a branch to Wilmington , N . O ; , has adopted a very commendable policy for the development of agriculture , education of farmers , and improvement of live-stock along its line . To quote from a letter written by the Industrial Agent , John S . Patrick , to this paper : We are under obligations to you for favoring us with your journal for the circulating library that is being sent . hy our road-free of costto farmers , in connection with the Industial Department . We have a herd of fine bulls that are sent from point to point along the S . eaboard Air Line , in the states of Virginia ; North Carolina ; South Carolina and Georgia . The . farmers are given the ; use ^ tif these bulls free of charge . In this way this work has been going on now for . two years and it has awakened up the farmers very considerably in the way of interesting them in improved grades , of cattl...

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
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Poultry on the Farm [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899

Poultry on the Farm A MONG the papers read at the recent meeting of the Illinois State Dairymen s Association at Galesburg was one with the above title by W .. W . Noyes , Prophetstown , 111 ., of which the following is a synopsis . Since you cannot count your chickens , till they are hatched , nor sell them till they , are grown the question is how to hatch , and how to raise them after they are hatched . In this , as in any and all other branches of farm industry , you should know but one way and that the best way . and . knowing it should practice it . I can give you no better plan and advise to no better method than to use the same care and diligence in . the selection of your breeding pen of hens as you do in the selection of dairy cows and brood sows . You select these from the cream of your flock and mate them with the best . Do the same thing with your hens . For that pays you best which you make pay the best . The days of slip-shop , haphazard farming , like that of every o...

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* Foul Brood—The Cause and Cure * [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899

* Foul Brood—The Cause and Cure * FOUL brood will be almost a thing of the past when every bee-keeper keeps dead brood but of every colony of bees . The very filthy habit that so many have . fallen into , of putting comb with dead brood in , into colonies for the beesto clean out , is a bad . one , and one of the-very best ways of . spreading foul brood . Many a bee-keeper finding two or three of his colonies dead , and hot . knowing that , they died of . foul brood , has divided the combs among his best colonies , to get the bees to clean out the decayed brood ; he found in them , and instead of getting the combs cleaned out , spread the disease through his apiary at a rapid rate . I have always claimed , and do yet , that where ¦ brood-rearing is continued for a . length of [ time in weak 1 colonies , among a quantity of decaying brood , that it will sooner or later end in foul brood . If we want pur colonies to keep , in a * healthy condition , and do well , we must keep deadj br...

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Some Poultry Matter ' s [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899

Some Poultry Matter s IN a recent Rural New Yorker H . W . C , in his Hope Farm Notes , has the following on poultry matters : Last year ; at this season , we had about 170 old hens and about 40 pullets . They laid during November , 1897 , just 61 eggs . Most of the hens were bought in the New York . liye-poultry markets . The . -pullets were mostly of our own- raising , and were late hatched . This , year , we have about 100 pullets of our . iown raising , and about 30 yearling-hens . -They laid just 62 eggs last month .. We know : that this ¦ is a bad showing , and that many poultrymen will say that we ought , to be ashamed -of ft . However , it is the truth , and that is what we are after . Ourpullets look bright arid lively , and eat well . TheP .. R . pullets are starting ahead of the Minorcas of about the same age . One objection to the Minorca is that it is a late-maturing bird ,- though when it does start , it keeps everlastingly at it . We have tried to produce an earlier m...

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Poultry on the Farm [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899

Poultry on the Farm P ROM the paper of F . M . Munger , De Kalb , Illinois , read at the meeting of the Illinois State Dairymen s Association recently : held at Galesburg , we gather the following : Have a good permanent home , for your poultry , apart from all other buildings . Keep this poultry home so clean and sweet that you can visit it at any time , and stay-if necessary half an hour without wishing you could get out to get a breath of pure air . • To be profitable hens must have good shelter at all times both summer and winter—a- building with a tight roof to keep out wind and cold—a , wet . or cold hen will not . lay many eggs . , The floor should be raised by six inches or . a foot of sand of coal ashes , if necessary to keep it always dry . On this ground floor straw , hay or leaves should , be scattered two to four inches deep . All fowls need exercise , but this is especially true of the laying hen . For giving her exercise in all kinds of weather a scratching shed shoul...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899

Those who write advertisers will confer a favor if they will mention this paper . ,

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899

Oil }> re , ed 8 ° f prize-winning chickens , ducks , geese and CilS ™ 6 ^ 8 ; ! 888 and , * ;) wlsat lw prices . Send 3 epost 8 Ta f Si r a fl n n SaCM y in < n eal 0 Enei *• * -K «* 3 rt / wv ^ k . ? A ? RED PLYMOUTH ROCKS , $ .. oo OOO Sj Ilf 35 ?« s ^„ „ M *« MolJ T BRONZE IURKRYS $ 3 . 00 « o $ 4 . 00 .-tT ^ . L _—i ¦ ¦ ¦ . 1 KA COTTINGHAM , Ellen , m . ^ f 11 ;; BURRED PLYMOtflHROCKS ; te April 1 , 5 Qcts , perl 3 . W . C . WAITE , Whitewater , Wis GEO . KHEUSCHER £ GOS ; POULTRY pffim % ^ L ¥ _ r ?*^ for a stamps , BED , HREUSCHER 5 CD- SOHERs ! WIS . „& BRABAZONS POULTRY CATALOGUE & P * AJk FRFFV It sabeauty ; over & OcoforedpIafel . liloa . W & X 1 ***¦ - • tratcs and describes fjno Turkeys , Geese , & g & _ W Duclra and chickens ; gives pricca of fowls & eggs . Finest ^¦ jnJL . Uujer a Gnldo pqbiished . Inclose 10 c . for rjostage , etc Si ____ i J . R . Brabazon , Jr ...

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Pineapple Culture in Florida [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899

Pineapple Culture in Florida By Jas . W . Wilson . 8 INEAPPLE culture in Florida seems to be the occupation most-of us are looking for , viz : something light , easy and lucrative , the principle requisites of success being a little capital coupled with painstaking intelligence . It is an occupation in which women would excel , especially those who are successful makers of window or flower gardens . These , . witha little aid from the willing African , would be sure to . succeed . - The painstaking care necessary to achieve success in flower culture would be well rewarded if applied to the care of a pinery . Much ignorance abounds as to how this succulent . fruit is producedl One of the young ladies of our office had the impression that it grewin a shell underground , the crown only appearing above surface , while another was confident it grew on trees . Neither was right , however , but the apple is produced on a plant which . bears some resemblance to the Spanish bayonet or the Ce...

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* • w How World-Beaters Were Pro -duced [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899

* • w How World-Beaters Were Produced By R . S . Cook . ONE of the prenoinehally . successful exhibitors of Poland-Chinas at the Columbian Exposition was R . S . Cook , of . Kansas , among whose winnings were five prizes on four animals of a single fall litter . Secretary Coburn . of the Kansas Board of Agriculture has persuaded Mr . Cook to write out for the first time an account of the methods used in producing these prize-winners , and this is what he says : Having decided to exhibit a few PolandChina pigs at the World s Fair in 1893 , I carefully selected a boar and ; sows having strong , vigorous constitutions as well as good feeding qualities , and mated them so as to farrow atthe-desired time .: After mating , the sows were given plenty of food , consisting largely of protein , along with ah abundance of green pasture ( which I always aim to have ) of rye and wheat during the late fall and winter months , with alfalfa the other eight months of the year . My fall litter , inte...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899

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

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Selecting and Ordering Seed . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899

Selecting and Ordering Seed . H AVJUNU- decided upon a place for the garden this spring , and about what varieties of vegetables and- flowers you will plant , the selection of seeds should now be made . The first thing in order is to get out what seeds you have on hand , look them over and throw into the chicken feed all old ones , or those that have produced unsatisfactory results . It does not pay to plant or sow old or poor seed ; thetime wasted and the disappointment incurred are too great a loss in these days when good fresh seed may be bought for so little money ., After you have sorted out the good , tie up and label neatly and note the amount of each kind , and check off on the list of what you are going , to plant , then take the catalogue of some reliable seedsman and go through it in the order of your list , or else alphabetically , and select , such seeds as vou wish . It will be much cheaper if you select only one or two varieties of each kind and buy those in quantity ...

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899

S ; E E Pg ^ 5 & }> lgia ^ £ , - C . MJUWZ / AHSHy . - CTnRK PAY CASH every WEEK i £ Von Bell ¦ tmrbftS *™ SfAHKTitEES . Outtitfiee . STARK U SKU- HUKSEKY . lDUISIAm . M 0 „ Hockport . 111 ., DansHllc . HX Farmer s .: Collection of . ^ Choicest Standard VEGETAL SEEDS . ab extra large packets containing everything required for first class TarmGarden . Only 50 cents / EAST LYNN STOCK & SEED FARM , ¦ . T & riiarOa , 111 . dSiil & lftSsfir BEST in the world from I ^ __ t @ Mfifi £ ? Q * Ser Lar £ e lot of extra packages Free rj 8 p | a | iBg |||| in every order . Oldest reliable nWSfninnCTfnTr seedsman in the west . Send yours - ^ HsKlwlllV / 3-- nml neighbor s address for pret- ^ ai . ; | la [ fflJjJ : iJrf-- -- tiest large catalog ever printed . ^ R . H . SHUMWAY , Rockford . 111 . l ^ lNliJ PUNT RIGHT SEEDS ^ I W My new Seed Book tells all about the bestvari- ^ W | e - , 0 £ , C > > l »>« e an...

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QUERIST COLUMN . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899

QUERIST COLUMN . Sign your name and address to all letters for this department . We take no -notice of unsigned communications . We will not publish the names if so requt-sted . Questions will not be answered unless written on paper containing no reference to subscriptions or other departments of the paper . Questions of law in this column are answered by O . R . Barnett , of the Chicago Bar , 1516 Monadnock building , Chicago . . ¦ ..: • Owing to the large number of legal questions received by this department with requests for reply by mall , we shall hereafter answer no legal queries by mail unless accompanied by a • fee of SI . per question . Song Wanted . ; < • I would like very much If some one would please send me the song by the name of My Sweetheart went down with the Maine . —Matilda Parsons , Solon , Iowa . A Reliable Commission Firm . Can you refer me to an honest and reliable commission house lu Chicago that sells gameV—J . Mc . Illinois —T . D . Randall &...

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¦ . — ..- , ?** — •¦ . Retailing Milk ; vs . Farm Butter 7-7 . 'r ' 'Making . : .-7 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899

¦ . — ..- , ?** — •¦ . Retailing Milk ; vs . Farm Butter 7-7 . r Making . : .-7 By Ralph Allen .. W HENEVER it is possible to secure a market it is a more simple business and often pays better to sell milk 1 or cream than to make butter . Milk selling is a more simple-business than butter making , because there is no . necessity for money to be invested-in expensive machinery as churns , separator and power , nor the necessity to employ , persons to run the machinery , make , the . butter and handle the by-pro ^ uct 8 i .- w J ^ k ^ selling _ j : . is ,-also . . a more simple business ,- because the product is finished ready to be delivered to the consumers almost as soon as it is drawn from the cowrwhile the process of making butter requires ; several days . for separating , ripening , churriingj ^ worklng and packing . The price at which milk usually retails is more than can be got for . the butter It contains . One hundred pounds r . of milk from Channel Island cattle will make a...

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VETERINARY [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899

VETERINARY The several departments of this . paper are for the use and convenience of its subscribers exclusively . Those wishing advice In this column will please state their questions plainly and concisely upon paper containing no reference to subscriptions or to other departments of the paper . In relation to diseases and other ailments of live stock , jt is necessary that we be exactly Informed of the symptoms as observed , else it will be impossible to fully understand and prescribe for the case . We cannot answer veterinary Inquiries by mall unless $ 1 ( the regular veterinary fee ) Is Inclosed . 7 ¦• . 7 _ Mud . Fever or Scratches . I ; have a- horse afflicted with mud fever or scratches . Have tried various remedies but can do him no good . Please give some remedy that you think will help him . —Old Subscriber . —Give horse a pint of raw linseed oil . Locally , to affected parts apply a lotion of 1 oz . sugar of lead and 1 bz . sulphate of zinc to a pint of water once each d...

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