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Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 April 1896

ADVERTISEMENTS , g ife We believe the firms who advertise t \ W in our columns are reliable and trust- W # 5 worthy and that they will deal hon- & y estly with our subscribers . { V ft Any subscriber having cause for M V complaint will do us a favor by send- < M ing the details , upon receipt of which W 5 we will make careful investigation . X y We can not , however , attempt to adjust y : M trifling differences between subscribers kt > and honorable advertisers . « M It will be to your interest , and get . M ij you the best of service , if you always £ O mention this paper when writing to ad- W fi vertisers . Hi

Publication Title: Western Rural And Livestock Weekly
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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 April 1896

jf . MEDICAL ^ y TREATMENT . ^ If you want the best expert and scientific treat ment by the leading physicians and specialists ot the country , consult only 1 KB . HATJEI . A . W . A . B SE c 9 , - ^? ° Dearborn St . , Chicago , in . Alf Chronic Diseases of men and women , Private , Skin Blood and Nervous Diseases . Cases treated by ? mai ? all over the world by sending for Symptom Blank No . 1 for men , No . 2 for women . No . 3 , SBn Diseases ! No . 4 for Catarrh . Best ef references .

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Fins , Feathers and Honey Bees [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 April 1896

Fins , Feathers and Honey Bees ; A WHITE LEGHORN . fi , FEW Sundays ago a young White JL \ \ Leghorn pullet was looking around for a place to deposit her first egg ; espying the door of the storm house ajar she hopped up the steps and into the house where ; was a market basket with shavings in it to start the morrow s fire . Into this she went and in due time lefty having laid a nice snow white egg . A few days after a rap was heard on the window pane of the living room and on the window sill sat the little biddie . She was . spoken to through the window and her mistress then left for the storm house ; when the door was opened there stood biddie and in she walked with a happy song of contentment as she passed her mistress and hopped into the basket in which she left the egg some days before . She laid another egg and every day since she , has come to the window and rapped with her beak for admission , jumping down as soon as her mistress starts , towards the storiri house arid is at...

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KEEP EGGS FROM CHILLING . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 April 1896

KEEP EGGS FROM CHILLING . It is a common mistake to suppose that eggs kept always in a cold place may be kept indefinitely . It is true that keeping them too warm starts the germ into life , but even then the egg is spoiled quicker and more effectually by being chilled . The germ is sensitive to cold almost from the first . Some poultry keepers make it a rule to set eggs the day they are laid , and if possible without ever having the warmth which they received from the hen impaired . p The necessity of keeping the eggs reasonably warm until they are , set is greatest in the early spring months . Many eggs are kept m cold rooms where the temperature at night goes down very near the freezing point . If they are on earthen or metal vessels , which take away the heat from the egg very rapidly , the egg will be worthless for setting long before the shell is cracked by frost . Without doubt many early settings of eggs get chilled in this way . While the weather is cold not so many eggs sh...

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 April 1896

I ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ fl 4 INCUBATOR I X __ I ~ r M ^ Is *! J . I ™ _¦ 1 Hatching & Brooding 1 * »___? „ . now * Band treatise on poul- * I I ! U 6 S Moines m try raising sent for 4 o I % Piw co fiS . wP r - f B B l a i 4 P . B L . ffygj 1 . 8 ? . ^^? % HILLSIDE FARM . W . C . WA 1 TE , Prop ., Whitewater , Wis . B For sale , a choice lot of f all pigs of August and September farrow . Barred Plymouth Rock eggs at 75 c per setting . Those wishing pigs sired by Best on Earth must order early . Come and see him . One mile from depot . •• JONES HB PATS THE PBEI 6 HT . ^ ST Farm and Wagon «^ S 5 ? 5 CALE 5 . United * - —Standard . AU Sizes and All Kinds . Hot made-oyn trust or controlled by a combination . Fer Free Book and Price List , address JTONBS OF BINOHAMTON . XMuBhamtom , N . X „ IT . S . JL WOVEN WBI FENCE Over 508 tyles > ThebestonEarth . HorseWgh , ^^ V ^^^ V J *^ Bull strong , Pig and Chicken * V ^^< ^^ V ^ J tight . You can make from 40 |/\/ S / V to ...

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 April 1896

BV r PI __ rDT 7 PQ SEND FOR JVrLriJrHXVO Sample copy of GLEANINGS IN BEE CULTURE . A Handsomely Illustrated |||| A Oimnline Magazine , and Catalog of DcB oUPPII 6 S > FREE . THE A . I . ROOT CO ., Medina , O glfci , SC Rend Bene , Shell , end CJ ^ Bt w Corn Mills for Poultrymen . lli ^ A Daisy Bona Cutter . Power Mills . Vf ^ HP *^~ Cucnlar and testimonials Free . * V ^^ WIIi 801 I B _ aOS . > Buton , P « . Please mention the Western Rural . HfC IIAUF on band a fine lot of land and water VUr IIHlL fowls , and prices to suit hard times la Send for price-list and order at once . MBS . J . C . PI 1 JMB , Milton , WU . BREEDER OF FANCY POULTRY SSBlfS Rock , P . Cochin , L . Brahmas , B . Langshans . S . C B . Leghorns , S . P . Hamburg . Eggs * l per 15 . Circular free . JOHN MCDERMOTT . Canton , 111 . fc ^ i FRUIT PLANTS CHEAP , SE ^ OR EGGS FROM H 0 UDANS • ST * - JOHN M . WISE , Freeport , 111 . FCCQ AND RIDI 1 Q Black Langshans and Pekin LOlSa llllll DlllUd Du...

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A CHANGE OF HEART . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 April 1896

A CHANGE OF HEART . WE are pleased to note that the editor of the TimesHerald of this city has lucid intervals . Or , perhaps , his change of heart is -due to a change of spectacles . When he had on his gold spectacles in the issue of March iSth he wrote : m To keep on hand a fund sufficient to maintain the parity of the greenbacks with gold the government has already . contracted a debt exceeding the face value of the < entire amount of the greenbacks . . , , About a month later in the issue pf April 13 , when he ihad on his protective tariff spectacles , he wrote : The apologists for the Wilson tariff law will always seek to make it appear that the necessity for the bond issues lay not in deficient revenue , but solely in the greenback debt . It would seem , however , that this contention is not tenable when it is remembered that during the twentythree months between the bond sale of Feb . 1 , 1894 , and the sale of 1896 the treasury receipts fell short of government ex...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 April 1896

THE EDITORIAL OUTLOOK EDITORIAL STAFF , GENERAL C . H . HOWARD , JAMES W . WILSON , ^ EDITOR-IN-CHIEF . BUSINESS MANAGER AND ASSOCIATE EDITOR . OTIS McGAW HOWARD , WILLIAM B . LLOYD , ASSOCIATE EDITOR . . AGRICULTURAL EDITOR . MRS . BERTHA CASWELL NORTON , HOUSEHOLD EDITOR . .

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... SPECIAL OFFER ... [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 April 1896

... SPECIAL OFFER ... The special offer made by letter to subscribers whose subscriptions have expired , which was limited to April 1 , is hereby extended to May I . This paper will be sent to each subscriber . It is particularly requested that they should send in their subscriptions ab soon as possible in order to get the benefit of our seed offer in time to be of use this year .

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TO PREVENT DECEPTION . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 April 1896

TO PREVENT DECEPTION . ANY good wholesome article of food may well stand on its own merits . It does noLneed to counterfeit something else either in appearance or in * v < me . Even its constituency may be published to : the world or be labeled upon it . Why honest people , whether manufacturers , farmers or dealers ; should , object toproper legislation against food adulteration , we have never been able to discover . We suspect there is a grain oideception to be covered up somewhere or somehow , when any one * is strenuous against such legislation . He wishes to sell softie article under a false name or for what it is not . There is adulteration and dishonesty lying concealed and this is the secret of his action . / f it is in view of these facts that we have favoted the stamping of butterine aind pleoriiargarine and ; all similar manufactured articles with their proper names . It is on the same principle that many composite articles oiiopd should be officially analyzed...

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ENVIOUS ENGLISH FARMERS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 April 1896

ENVIOUS ENGLISH FARMERS . IN the agricultural bill which recently passed the House of Commons there were some features of , special interest to Americans . One novel feature provided for marking foreign and colonial meat and registration of persons who deal in it The fact was developed that many stores in London sold little else than American beef and that they got the same price as for home-grown British meat . One speaker claimed that British agriculture was thus seriously injured . He , also , favored marking American cheese which was similarly sold . It was held that not only the consumer but the English grower was entitled to protection . It would be difficult to see against what the consumer was to be protected , as it was brought out in the debate that it was impossible to detect the difference between the imported alive 7 meat and English-grown meat . Possibly , to a genuine John Bull , there would be an added sweetness of ? flavor from the mere fact that the beef were Briti...

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SYMPATHY FOR THE NEEDY . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 April 1896

SYMPATHY FOR THE NEEDY . THE real-sympathy of the American people for the sufferers in Armenia is showing itself in countless ways . An incident of the work of the Relief committee , in this city reminds us of scripture times . The secretary ctf the committee , Mr . John ? T . Dale , walked into the meeting the other day with his pocket full of valuable jewelry ; A diamond , pearl and . ruby brooch , ^ pearl and ruby marquise rin ^ , a 1 ^^ diamond marquise ring , one pair solitaire- diamond earrings , a diamond pin arid sev- ^ J . jWUer pins . ¦ pSecretary Dale said : , • These-were handed me by a woman whose name I cannot give , with instructions that they be sold and the pro ceeds of the sale devoted to the relief of the Armenian sufferers . She said she would never use them again , and as she did not have much money she preferred to give the jewelry , especially as she said she wanted to help the sufferers . We will do as she requested and send the money dn with the next remitta...

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Daily Doings [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 April 1896

Daily Doings MONDAY , APRIL 6 . - —Michigan goes Republican , but Democrats make inroads inr to tbe protection strongholds . —The American athletes swept everything before them in ihe opening events of the Olympian gamies at Athens , Greece . —The House adopted thei conference report on the Cuban resolutions by a vote of 244 to 27 , which now go to the President . —The Secretary of the . Treasury accepted the offer of . Frank Jobin of Chicago of $ 47 , 300 for the old materials in the customhouse building at Chicago , the same to be removed at Jobin s expense . ¦¦ ¦ ¦ ¦¦ TUESDAY , APRIL 7 . . * -H ^ X —Three thousand volunteers and ; their friends welcome Ballington Booth at the Auditorium , Chicago . / - ^ Little Esther Cleveland stricken wit h , the measles . Mrsl Cleveland and all the children , left the White House for ^ Woodley , where they will make their home till the disease has / run its COUrse ., ; :: .,..:.. • ¦ :, ¦ - r ?^ .. - • . . ¦ . - . ¦ P : : P . : P —Judge Charle...

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Woman and , Her Domain [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 April 1896

Woman and , Her Domain SERMON IN . RHYME . If you have a friend worth loving , , Love him . Yes , and let him know That -you love him , e er lifes evening Tinge his brow with sunset glow . Why should good words ne er be said . y .-Of - a friend—till hes dead ? If you hear a song that thrills you , Sung by any child of song , Praise it . Do not let tlie singer . Wait . deserved praises long . Why should one whothrills your heart Lack the joy you may impart ? It you hear a prayer that . moyes you By its humble , pleading tone , Join it . Do not let the seeker Bow before his God alone . Why should not your brother share . The strength of two or three in prayer ? If you see the hot tears falling Prom a brother s . weeping eyes , Share them ; and by kindly sharing Own your kinship with the , skies . , Why should any one be glad When a brother s heart is sad ? If a silvery laugh goes rippling Through the sunshine on his face , Share it . Tis the wise mans saying—For both grief and joy a p...

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SOME FLORAL DONETS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 April 1896

SOME FLORAL DONETS . Dont wait until it is time to start the garden before giving it thought ; but have it well pla-nned ^ out in your bead before it is time to do any work , and your success and enjoyments will surprise you . Dont fail to procure catalogues of the leading seedsmen . Each has his specialty and it is for your interest to find out what it is . t Study them carefully , as one can learn a great deal f mm them . Many seedsmen send their catalogues * free and where a price is asked it is alwaysallowed you on your firat order . Also file . yout ; catalogues ^ if possible , as yoii often want them for reference . , Dont ; forget to have the garden well spadedaiid manured or phosphate added for richness ; • Many neglect ti 6 is , ^ d expect impossible things off worn-out soil ; Dont fa . il to sow lots of sweet peas . Deep and early planting ^ as early as the ground can be easily wbf ked , copious waterings and a six-foot trellis , are the chief essentials to their culture ....

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FROM AN OLD FRIEND . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 April 1896

FROM AN OLD FRIEND . I have been a reader of The Western Rural for thirty years , and I think since it was first published by N . J ? : Lewis . I remember the light knock at our kitchen door ; 1 thinking it a neighbor s child my husband called out , Come in . As no one came he opened the door to meet . a tall , silent gentleman . I cant speak , he rapidly wrote on a small slate , but I want you to subscribe for this paper to help me . There was not a moment s hesitation , for the man was a deaf mute , and our sympathies at once responded . Two dollars then was the price per year . Some time after the Young Folks Monthly was issued , which we also , subscribed for as long as published . I have met with the Fireside friends over twenty-eight years and enjoyed it much . Very many-are the dear ones now silent which I should be so glad to meet again . I often , wonder how the Much Married Brothers got along ? and Uncle Tom ; also Madge Merviile , if she concluded to wed a farmer at last ...

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; FOR THE SMALL BOY . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 April 1896

; FOR THE SMALL BOY . OUR four-year-old baby boy has just been promoted into suspenders , and it affords him so much satisfaction and will save us so much work that we want other mothers to know about it . When he was put into pants last spring we made for him three underwaists of muslin . to which his pants were buttoned , his little blouse waists being worn over them . But by substituting the suspenders as we have just done , we are saved the making of . these underwaists—whose buttons would occasionally come off as well as the making of six button holes in each pair of pants , which were more apt to tear out than the buttons were to come off . We sew buttons on to the pants—tw 6 in the back , four in front—as on larger pants , and put on the blouse waists oyer the suspenders and the boy is proud and fcappy and can run and jump , stoop ; or climb as he pleases and no fear of buttons pulled off or buttonholes torn out , as the suspenders give with every ; motion of the body . In ma...

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