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- TITS WOOL OUTLOOK [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 April 1896

- TITS WOOL OUTLOOK WE nave just received tbe annual wool circular of Silbernian Brothers , one of . the heaviest < wool houses in Chicago . From the circular we take the following : The , decided depression in the commercial and financial circles - of the country has not existed without influencing the wool market , and in consequence thereof , values are at present somewhat lower on domestic wool than those which prevailed during , the corresponding months- last year . At that time foreign wools were equally as low as domestic , and eastern manufacturers and wool dealers recognizing that fact , bought very heavily at the . London May and July sales ; , this has advanced the price on best foreign wools about 25 per cent . Notwithstanding these facts , our own wools have kept on declining owing to the moderate demand and small consumption , by eastern manufacturers , who were working on wool bought abroad and , even up to this date are filled to the limit with foreign sto...

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CALVES AND GRAZING . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 April 1896

CALVES AND GRAZING . G RAZING is ordinarily desirable for cattle . It is not always best for calves under the age of four months . While the dam that furnishes it milk is grazing on new tender grass , the calf is better , dieted with bright dry hay , if old enough to eat anything in the way ot provender . The milk in such a case is strongly permeated by the grass and the calf requires the dry food to meet the loosening effect on the bowels . Dry oats ground and bran , equal parts , . mixed with hay chopped into fine bits , make ® an excellent ration for calves , when ^ the milk is made entirely from grass in the spring . It should be an established-rule for the dieting of calves under three months old in spring , that the dams should have a daily ration of oats and bran if grazing , or the calves must have if they will eat the ground oats and bran mixed with hay . It is « an advantage , as a rule , if both the cows and their young are . supplied with all the dry , clear hay- or brig...

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DAIRYING IN ALBERTA , CANADA . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 April 1896

DAIRYING IN ALBERTA , CANADA . ( Extract from an address by Sidneys . Smith , Colgary , Alberta , before the Northwest Dairymen s Convention , March 25 , 1896 . ) i F a bountiful supply of good succulent 1 food is grown for winter feeding , winter dairying will prove more profitable than summer dairying : The farmer will be able to hire help by the * year , and labor will be paid by the immediate products of labor . Cows should milk ten to eleven months in the year , and the farmer and his cows will find profitable winter employment , in turning crops into milk , thus serving the valuable-constituents of his farm . In the eastern states and provinces it is variously estimated that the cost of a well-fed dairy cow for one year is $ 30 . Thus , a cow not producing more than $ 30 worth of cash each year failed to pay for her keep ; the average cows of Wisconsin , Iowa and Ontario fail to yield over 3 , 000 pounds of milk per year , equal to 300 pounds of cheese or 125 pounds of butter ...

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SHEEP IN MONTANA . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 April 1896

SHEEP IN MONTANA . In am address recently delivered by Edward Larsen before an Immigration convention in Montana , were some interesting facts regarding Montana s sheep industry . The speaker spoke of the adaptability of Montana to wool production ; many parts of the state are truly the flockmaster s ideals of a sheep grazing country . Grass , water , healthful climate ,, rolling lands , tempting hillsides , everything , in short , makes for the health and thrift of sheep , - for the best of mutton ,, and the most desirable wool . The abundant water power within the state was referred to—the cheapest and best power for manufacturing purposes—but now unused ; millions of horse power of nature s own force wasting its energy on the desert air , presenting unparalleled opportunities for the cheap , manufacture of woolen goods . But now the wool from Montana s 2 , 718 , 838 - sheep , aggregating 19 , 031 , 866 pounds , is shipped 2 , 000 to 2 500 miles t « the woolen mills of the east , ...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 April 1896

Merit Is what gives Hood s Sarsaparilla its great popularity ., its constantly increasing sales , and enables it to accomplish its -wonderful and unequalled cures . The combination , proportion and process used in preparing Hood s Sarsaparilla are unknown to other medicines , and make Hood s Sarsaparilla v * -, PeculiartoItself It cures a wide range of diseases because of its power as a blood purifier . It acts directly and positively upon the blood , and the blood reaches every nook and corner of the human system . Thus all the-nerves , muscles , bones and tissues come under the beneficent influence of Hoods Sarsaparilla The One True Blood Purifier . $ 1 per bottle . ¦ J ji r * -ti cure Liver I 1 Is easy to flOOU S JrlllS take , easy to operatel 25 c .

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NOTES . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 April 1896

NOTES . —The farm and its fertility are kept at home by animal husbandry . —In every successful dairy district good farming in all lines is the rule ; a good dairyman cannot be a poor farmer . —The more pork , the more beef , the more mutton and wool , the more butter , -the moire eggs and poultry produced on : the farm the less the farm contributes to holders of watered railroad stock . —Every experiment along the line of feeding at the experiment stations corroborates the experience of every intelligent feeder that loss follows keeping animals after they are finished or ready for the block . —If the Coas Co ., Oregon , subscriber who a short time ago sent , in a little article on Separating Cream with Water will send address to Mrs . C . G . Town , Alexandria , S , Dak ., it will accommodate a fellow-dairy woman . > —J . McMenamen , a large sheep owner of New Zealand , was in Chicago recently . He was on his rway to ~ England and is traveling leisurely , through this co...

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HOW TO CHOOSE A MOWER . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 April 1896

HOW TO CHOOSE A MOWER . Simple Points to be Considered in Buying Mowing Machines . The following five points will be found Taluable in selecting a mower : First , the pitman should be placed so that it does not wabble . To determine this look at the crank wheel which moves the pitman . - If it leans over , the pitman will wabble , wear and heat , it it is vertical the pitman will move straight back and forth like the piston of a locomotive , lhe pitman should be long and with very little slant . It should be made of steel , with a brass head , and should not have more than two parts . Second , there should be some good means of lining up the . cutter bar . When years of wear cause it to sag backward , tne knives are thrown out of register and tne machine made practically worthless . ^ his is avoided on at least one make of mower by means of making the Drag J * ar adjustable . Two or three turns to uus bar will bring the knife forward into nne and add years of usefulness to the machi...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 April 1896

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 April 1896

EJ > IK . IIA . HDX , AArtnirdon , 111 ., tanner of hides , furs and manufacturer of black cattle rote * coats , rugs , gloves , etc . Pure-bred cattle for sale . TO . CAX . I < AHASr Friend , Heb . Fine stOOk •sales a specialty , Have made over 800 sales and will guarantee satisfaction . 3 H [ Thoroughbred Registered stock DUROCJERSEYHOGS.KS and history . JOHN M . 8 TONEBRAKER . Panola . Ill . Please mention the Western Rural . JLJACKSANDJENNETS ^ fH |^ flfet Large Assortment . WBPHf ] Prize-winning Blood . V HR Fair dealing . Mule breeding solves ¦ in nflisMUHsfisf tbe P roflt of tbe horse trade . For par93 SmmmmJi ticulars write A . W . HOPKI 1 VS , PERU , it , ! .. Please mention the Western Rural . SGOTTS CELEBRATED CharcoalPowders —FOR—Horses , Cattle , Hogs , Sheep and Fowls gavejio equal as a CONDITIONER and MEDICINE . They are highly medicated and perfectly safe . Price , one pound , 50 cents ; five pounds for $ 1 . 50 ; twenty pounds for ? 5 . Mention...

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AMONG HORSEMEN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 April 1896

AMONG HORSEMEN THE BOSTON HORSE SHOW ; From the account of the recent Boston Horse Show as given in the American Breeder by Vision we take the following : New England people can be very-enthu-siastic , and they generally make ~ a success of whatever they undertake . Considerable has been written about the horse being replaced by bicycles and horseless carriages , but recent events in Boston are certainly very far from indicating anything of the sort . _ . It would be difficult to conceive of any similar degree of enthusiasm over such inanimate objects as bicycles and horseless vehicles as has been so clearly shown for a . full week at what must now be set down as the most successful horse show yet held in America . Only a short time previous was held , at the same place , a bicycle show , and while there is probably no other city that has taken so strongly to bicycling , a more marked difference in interest could hard ly be imagined . It is quite certain , that nothing can be more c...

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VETERINARY [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 April 1896

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 and upon paper containing no reierence to subscriptions or to other departments of the paper . In relation to diseases and ailments of live stock , it is necessary that we be exactly informed of the symptoms as observed , else it will be impossible to fuUy understand and prescribe for the case . We cannot answer veterinary inquiries by-matts unless $ 1 ( the regular veterinary fee ) is inclosed . LUMPY JAW—ACTINOMYCOSIS—I have a 4 wo-year-old heifer with a swelling on her jaw about the size of a fist . What can I do for it ? —If pus has formed we would advise com- ; Plete excision of the tumor and all diseased . parts with the knife , but a surgeon should be ¦ employed who understands his business . If you want to try treatment give 1 dr . Iodide of •Potassium for every 100 pounds...

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CLEVELAND AND COLUMBUS VIA BALTI -MORE & OHIO R . R . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 April 1896

CLEVELAND AND COLUMBUS VIA BALTIMORE & OHIO R . R . The only line running Pullman Vestlbuled Sleeping Cars between Chicago and Cleveland First-class rate Chicago to Cleveland only $ 8 . 50 . Through trains and Vestlbuled Sleeping Can to Columbus , Wheeling and Pittsburg . Ticket office , 193 Clark street ; Depot Grand Central Passenger Station , Harrison street and Fifth avenue . —Gird your hearts with silent fortitude , suffering yet hoping all things , —Mrs . Hemans .

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 April 1896

RnnQ for hatching . Prices low . 2 ( Mpage oataAJVTVJIO loguefree . W . A . CROSBf . Heyworth . Ill . EOG-8 for hatching at 11 . 50 per sitting from strictly , flrst-class birds of the following breeds : light Brahma , W . and B P . Rock , B Langshan and S . C . B . Leghorn . A fair hatch guaranteed . Also M . B . Turkey Eggs , $ 2 . 50 per 11 . C . HE YL & BON , Manito . HI . Please mention the Western Rural BINDERTWINE DIRECT PromManufacturertoConsumer. Pull line of grades . Guaranteed NEW Twine , made from NEW fibre . Strictly high quality . Farmers wanted as agents at each shipping point . AT 70 TT 8 T POST , Moulton , Iowa . Please mention the Western Rural . RAISEDEIGHTYRODS away from any other corn , the well known KINGOFTHEEARUESCORN, CHOICE MICHIGAN SEED . Price $ JLOO per bus ., two bus . 81 . SO . Free on board . No circulars . K . C . BAHJTAJBD , Wasepl , Mich . - Please mention the Western Rural . •MMNELESS tffmSWEETPOTATO wJM ^ E ^ 0 ur « 00 > CO...

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Farm , Garden and Orchard [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 April 1896

Farm , Garden and Orchard RAISING SWEET-CORN FOR PROFIT . FOR the past two or three years I have realized-about as inuch from niy sweet corn as from any other crop which I cultivate . It is not so much from what I-sell as from what I can appropriate of it on the farm , that makes it a remunerative one to me . I plant each year two or four acres of such varieties as will give me saleable cooking corn from first of August till the frost comes ; as . my ground is quite hilly the frost naturally appears first in the hollows and valleys while the knolls will often escape for several weeks . This enables me to secure several pickings of choice ears , from my latest variety which pay me as well as the earlier ones of the season . In . order to grow a profitable crop it must-be pushed forward rapidly from the time of planting until maturity , this necessitates a quick , warm , rich soil thoroughly prepared . As I have only about five acres which is properly adapted to this crop , consequent...

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ONION RAISING . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 April 1896

ONION RAISING . TP HE onion crop is one that pays ordi1 narily about as well as any that the market gardener , grows . There is considerable labor attached to the production of a good yield , of onions , but the returns per acre are many , many times what would be received from an equal area devoted to grain raising ; then also the onions are not so exhaustive to the soil as the cereals , so there will be less expense in maintaining fiS- !? creasing the standard * of the farm s fertility when a crop like onio ! as is raised taan when grain is the product . A rather moist , rich black loam suits the onion perfectly . I do not mean by S «? V and drained land , as the latter Sw hardly any market garden crop , whatsoever . A good deal of nitrogenous manure is required for the onion , so that ra-pia , tender growth may be forced . Do ot spare the mailure wuen onions are to e tne crop . For best results the land to J > ej 5 oWn tp onions this . spring should have vS , ? manure ...

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QUESTIONS ANSWERED . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 April 1896

QUESTIONS ANSWERED . We shall try each week to answer In this column questions about the farm , garden and orchard if our readers will write them upon paper containing no reference to subscriptions or to other departments of tne paper . Please write upon , one side of . paper only and give name and postofflce address . —Subscriber : Try Kerosene Emulsion , as a destroyer of lice on cabbage . —H . Y . Scott , Minnesota : Wood pile chips and dirt will make an excellent mulch for growing apple trees that are in sod . But -Ai will be better to spade up about thetrees before applying the mulch . Young trees cannot do so well in a sod . —W . F Springer , Ohio : Lombardy poplar and soft maple are both quick growing trees used for shade . There are objections to eachjthe poplar suckers badly and * the maple splits easily where the limbs branch out , but on the whole we much prefer it to the poplar . We are not acquainted with the South Carolina Poplar , at least not under that name . —E . E...

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