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RURAL AFFAIRS [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
RURAL AFFAIRS Edited by W . B . Lloyd . Editorial Notes * —The Sprague Commission Company , 218 South Water-street , Chicago , make a specialtry of poultry and eggs . —H . L . Brown &amp; Son , Commission Merchants , 225 and 227 South Water street , Chicago , make poultry and eggs their spe • cialties . . ¦ •¦ • —The Relaible Incubator and Brooder Company , Quiney , 111 ., are ready to mail their 14 th Anmiual Guide and Combined Catalogue to , any one who will send for it and mention : the National Rural . —The . merits of the Improved Victor Incubator and Brooder , made by Geo ; Ertel Company ; Quiney , IU ., are set forth in a general catalogue of 164 pages , which will be sent free . of charge to-any ; of our read-ers-who ask . for it and mention the National Rural . —The fifth annual catalogue of the Des Moines Incubator Company ( incorporated ) , Des Moines , Iowa , contains 150 pages and places the merits of the Successful HotWater and Hot-Air Incubators and Brooders ,...
Poultry on the Farm [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
Poultry on the Farm By R .. . . M . Roberts . NOW and again a particularly good • farmer , or farmer s wife , is found , who manages by -dint of careful economy and good judgment to supply the family table and run the liousehold from the profits of the poultry yard . This can be done , however , only where the manager ¦ of the yard is willing to study hard and keep in close touch with the latest and best literature regarding the keeping and marketing of poultry , and is also conscientious to the last ; de tail , it is R . ii . ROBERTS . the everlasting attention given to details that counts in poultry raising , and with poultry raising as much , if not more , than any other occupation on the farm . Too often of . the yard is willing to study hard and keep in . close touch with the latest and best literature regarding , the keeping and marketing of poultry , and is also conscientious to the last , detail . It is the everlasting attention given to ; details that counts iu poultry rais...
Horse News Items [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
Horse News Items AT the special sale of carriage and . coach horses held at : Indianapolis two weeks ago , tfie demand was active and prices higher than they have been in thai market for some time .. Prices ranged from about the $ 100 mark : to $ 975 , the highest figure being paid by Heeter Vervache , exporting to London , England , for a fine , upstanding , high-acting gelding Coach horses brought from that figure down through $ 550 , $ 509 , $ 450 , $ 430 , $ 375 , etc ., to $ 200 . Altogether the shippers that sold horses were very well pleased with results , and best of all not a single one of the buyers was able to get enough . D RAUGHT horses are in eager , active demand at all the horse markets in this country .- At Chicago last week , the supply was not quite up to the usual-standard , in point of individual weight and quality and the top , price was about the $ 200 mark . The week before E . H . Schloeman , exporting to Germany , bid off a 2240 gelding at $ 325 . Sam Cozze...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
— sg ^ fcj ^ IMPROVED fffig VICTOR Incubator IjfUBESi Hatohaa OMokana by Steam ., Ablotatel * 1 ^ HBHBHI ¦ liU ilfJBlatliil ¥ &amp;• ahaplaat , moat CUTtf- — -Tf m _ - » , aid abaaaatt lut-daii Hatchar logua I % »» tattamarM , OitiUn FREE . a ot .. 1 BEO . BBTKt HXU QDIJfOr . HI .. PURE ROSE COMB BROWN LEGHORN . Byan experienced breeder of thoroughbreds . Eggs—fl for 15 . MES . J . P . STELLE , Dnhlgreu . 111 . • A BRABAOTS rODIRf M &amp; • jTT ^ U ^ ajPrice List of Eggs and Fowls for sale . Is ( P ^ Ci \ Jbf a buyers guide of 70 varieties , price 10 c * _^ S ____ i Cuts of fowls from life . J . R . Brabazon , TrflJniT Sr ., GlcnvicwFarm , Delavan . Wls . * . ^ JU * ftREAT HATCHES ! t $ ^ ! F $ a W THE MONITOR INCUBATOR * i £ ? ^ Ktfjj ^ is thoroughly Buccessfnl . self regulating . _ m __ n ^ tU __^ . easily operated by unskilled perron . We pay tKMT ^^ fiiii . freight . 100-egg Old Hen Incubator and t -Vy ^* -iiir g ^^ p - 1 connected ^ 10 . Catnlogae Free . WkWNar ...
¦ Use the Incubator on the Farm [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
¦ Use the Incubator on the Farm — Men , said ihe dear girl have as much idle curiosity as women . More , said the savage bachelor . Women s curiosity , is always active . —Cincinnati Inquirer . r ¦ - • ; , , By P . Hi Sprague . . . |~ 7 \ OR many centuries chickens have M been hatched artificially in Eurbp- ¦* - . : ¦ ean countries , but Yankee genius has modernized tod perfected the present incubators and brooders -for hatching , and raising ; chicks in large numbers for use in city or on farm . . : The incubator on the farm is no doubt brought to more profitable . use every year . There is no reason to doubt-that the . incubator and brooder method of ; raising chickens and ducks is a marked improvement over the hen method . It is ; cheaper , as a much greater number of fowls can be raised by artificial means than could be profitably raised with hens and by keeping the hens from setting they will produce twice the number , of eggs they otherwise would , thus doubling , the . profit...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
B Langshans . Smith and Klrby stock . Prl cee rlgb . &lt; ¦ V , D . COWLES , E . Bolaran , Wis . Best Stock and Eggs for the least money , i cents for catalogue . WESTFIELD POULTRY CO .. Vernfleld Pa . . WHITE WYANDOTTE HEN EGGS . IB for $ 1 . 25 , 30 for ti . OO ; from large vigorous , farm ra sed birds , good color , yellow legs ancl beaks . CALVIN NOEMAN , Dexttr , Missouri . 01 MP TIlDlaTVC £ rom «&lt;&gt; pound Tom . Toulouse . D . llfnnLId Geo &gt; e , Fekln Ducks and B . and W .- P . Bocks . H . P . WEST , FayettevlUe , Wis . nil urceus prize-winning cmcKens , UUCKS , geese ana /\\ turkeys . Eggs andfowls at low prices . Send 3 e . posUU tage forfine poultry cagalogue . R . X . Kenbert , Box 806 , mankato , Mini ) . ZT _^ _ • BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS , $ 1 . 00 OOO 1 ° 3 °° each . MAMMOUTtl BRONZE wvr TUKkEVS $ 3 00 , 0 $ o 0 IKA OOTTINGHAM , Eden , 111 . _ BUY EGGS FROM PRIZE-WINNERS . Barred P . Bock and S . C . B . Leghorn Eggs , 91 . 00 per 15...
Thoroughbred Poultry on the Farm i [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
Thoroughbred Poultry on the Farm i By Nellie Hawks . HALF-HEARTED attention to the poultry corner of .. the f ar , m ¦ will never answer , if one is to count with any great degree of confidence on the much talked-of profits of farm fowls , though admittedly true that no department of the farm Svill endure so persistent neglect and yet return so visibly satisfactory results . _ - „ ¦ . But whatever is worth doing at all , is worth doing at last half-way right and well . One who wills with . a . will of determination to have , and to do ; to succeed and to advance , will bring about the opportunity in some way . One who wills to let things go drifting , will , continue to drift through life , and their last days will be very like the first days of starting out in the world for one s self—a continual and continuous struggle . But the . world to-day is dotted over with women of energy and ambition , who have marked out a poultry pathway for themselves on the farm , and far and wide have...
How . Milk is Handled at the Kan -sas State Dairy [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
How . Milk is Handled at the Kansas State Dairy By p . H . Otis . . , \ VERY effort is made to keep the /\ bedded , and to have as little dust ¦ * 7 * - stables , clean , and , the stalls well floating at the time of milking as possible . To accomplish this latter point , the feeding is done ; after , rather than before , the milking . The handling of the hay , ensilage or even grain , fills the 7 atmosphere full . of dustarid carries with it millions upon millions of germ s , hiany of which will fall ; into the milk , and not only cause it to sour , ; liut will develop undesirable flavors in . the butter and cheese made from it . The hay bacillus , a germ , that has great tenacity of life , exists in , immense quantities in cured ! bay , and when allowed to develop unchecked .-in . . ripening cream will cause the butterto have a very disagreeable , offensive , flavor . . Before beginning , to milk , each milker sees that ; his hands ; are . clean , not merely that they look clean ,...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
| H |^ Wr . . DUNHAM S W ^ ff OAKLAWN FARM Tj wr CATALOGS ^ r :, ; . 9 # Percherons and French Coach ; jKg : , _ Horses , for 1899 , y ^ E ^ W 3 xrox 7 € T xm ^ rtx-. 4 ^ itaflHlMft- &gt;~ - Most Artistic and Complete Ever Issued . - , \___ W ___\ * - Ofl Q STALLIONS—Prizo-Winners tnemselves jt j | _^ KBSi w __ V AyO or descendants of prize-winneis . J , j &gt; i t _&amp; £ W ______ Wk Olfs DISTINGUISHED BROOD MARES »_ t _ S ~ . &gt;^^_ f __ m _ m ^ w &gt; 7 tO \ 3 and Produce .... * T &amp;!_&amp;_ zr *? vHr \ h , i In 1898 , 1 imported tlie Greatest ^*^ W » ! J ft . * l | K ^ K ~ Prize-Winners of France Wkw \* L \\__\ \ In Every stall , on CIass - % Jff i A _ Ws £ m J For more than 30 years . the horses sold yyJa . y __ W MmS trow . Oaikl &amp; vm have been unapproached in « M $ Ha &amp; Jmr &amp; MS number , unrivalled in excellence and the ^^ JM MM BgB prices for Which they have been sold , Cs £ i _ ...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
^^ K ^ i ¦ ^^ B ^^ tTrcof ^ ^ tie-book is written for tbe ptacticaUa ^ IBB __________ of the beJT ^ tbe sub J ec t- of milk Pro ^ S . most ^ f HHI . [^ . IHI ahle boot dmostrecent thought , and is A ! Practical ^^^ B ^¦ H dai rym a ^ ?? the subject ever published . ¦ • £ . £ * ^ itb . H ^ H ^ HB d ^ re ^ Alm ^ f &gt; tHe a ^ or handles ins ^ W ^ ce , HH ^^ H a * d hit l t 0 , factual value of his material mF saie HHH HHI ^ orkin (_ Gnd i n Ss can he confidently accepted as ^^ H ^^ gmdes . The book is free . Send for it . HHH H ^^ HI c ° * bL _ f ry Feed is m ^ e entirely of grain-princ ^ y ° f ° ^ j ^^^ M ^ HH * mUka _ SCientific Proportions . It is comp lete tor the produ ^ ^ ^ M ^ ^ ^ ^ B and t ! , e Proper maintenance of the animal . _ ___________§ HH So a only in Seafeeg and Branded Sacks ^ ^ H l ^ l ^ l ^ H .. SPECIMEN BALANCED RATION ^^^^ H ^ ^ ^ H maTs y Hay - Pounds Gluten Heal , - ¦ : &lt; ____________} ^ ^ ^ H S prouts &gt; pounds Quaker Dairy Feed ...
Goose , Breeding * [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
Goose , Breeding * By Prof . Chas . O . Flagg . W HILE a pond , brook or stream of water large . enough , to provide a permanent supply throughout : the season makes the most desirable place for keeping . geese , they . are not entirely dependent upon it . Water may be supplied in tubs , or barrels ,, sunk in the ground during the breeding season , and through the fall and winter a supply of water 1 n pails or shallow tubs to serve for drinking , will be quite sufficient . In the keeping of Canada geese , however , a natural body of water , pool , pond or stream appears to « be quite -essential to ; successful breeding . A colony of geese may often be confined in a field fenced with an ordinary stone wall . Fences ,: however , must be tight ; at the bottom , that they may find no openings through which to crawl , as they are muchmore likely to creep out than to fly over a fence or obstruction . ¦ - In many mild climates , where snow remains for only a short time on the ground , and ...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
O . 1 NEW YORK . ALPHA-DE LAVAL CREAM SEPARATORS . l &gt; e LnTal Alplia Baby Creum Separators -were first and have ever been kept best and cheapest . They are guaranteed superiorto all imitations aud 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 $ 223- Save § 5 .- to $ 10- per cow per year over any setting system , and $ 3 .- to $ 5 .- per cow per year over any imitating separator . New and improved machines for 1899 . Send for new Catalogue containing a fund of up-to-date dairy Information . THE DE LAVAL SEPARATOR CO . RANDOLPH &amp; CAN / M . STB ., |~ 74 CORTLANDT STREET , CHICAGO . I NEW YORK .