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Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
Good as Five Cows . tiBIM rafr A Little Giant Sepa- _ Kill Ml rato r will increase a ¦ fill Ml dairy herd by 25 per Wiyi ^ Ja cent . In a herd of ijj » nljr twenty dairy cows . it liefe ? will give the farmer , as ISBS * ^ much butter as five of jj BjiP ^ hia cows . Witb out the ¦ Iffljy separator that butter QMHfii would be wasted in the jMaMSb skimmilk . Think about _^^_ mm _ W _____\ send for special cir ? P . M . SHARPLES , Branches : West Chester Pa . Elgin , 111 Toledo , O . Omaha , Neb . St . Pam , Minn . Dubuque , Iowa . San JFrancisco , Oal . CIMDTUnDUp and English Bertohires , of noted OnUnlnUnllO families . Cows , Sows , -Bulls and Boars , Heifers , Glltc and Pigs for sale . D . M BEAM , Somerset , Ohio . VERMONT PIGS WiW ! i Stock tliat is free from disease . Pigs dying of cholera within two 3 ears replaced free of cost . Send for circulars . Vermont Poland Chlua Co ., Vermont , 111 . __ P ___ JEVI ¥ L _ ^ u ^ . xi _ trsr BUTTER OUTFITS MAKING lluirNa Send for circotoand...
Chicago as a Poultry Market [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
Chicago as a Poultry Market By H . L . Brown &amp; Son , Commission Merchants , 225 and 227 South Water St ., Chicago . / T ^\ HE magnitude of the poultry busiI ness , which is conducted on the - * - • Chicago , as well as other markets of the country , during the season , is a surprising revelation to those not familiar with the trade . Each year finds the business more far-reaching anil extensive than its predecessor and the poultry industry has already challenged tho other meat interests of the country and bids fair . to surpass ithem iu magnitude and expansion . A comparatively few years ago the raising of poultry -was confined to the frugal efforts of the farmer s wife and was usually tanned a side issue by the tiller of the soil , but late years the same individual has prudently , enlarged his poultry yards and Increased his supply of poultry , at the expense of other animals of the . farm , whicli he considered , heretofore , indispensable . . - • The transportation o...
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
\ _^_\ Sold only in tliese Sealed and Branded Sacks . \ _^_ y _ J \ JM EGR A MORNING MASH . _____ J _ jn _ It Makes Hens Pay WjL Wr ^ ji The immense saving of time in . using a p W ^ l W _ s __\ ready-mixed food is , in itself , a great consid- _/_\ w ^ j _ eration . The absolute knowledge that Ameri- jj ^ _ \ gS _\ can Poultry Food is scientifically combined un- ^^ f W A der an exact formula , and is always the same , W A lBf &amp; K is another , reason for ; its popularity among J 9 Q Y ^ Jk careful poiiltrymen . Besides it is kiln dried , Y ^ Jm w ^ i which prevents its spoiling , and insures its p ^ S Z _*__\ palateableness . The process of its manufac- \\_ j _ m Wji ture concentrates , and increases its feeding Wji L ^ m value and assists digestion . A morning mash . \* p k _ A ___ m _ mmm __ mm __ mA _ _ 2 __ m _ m ______ W % __ m _ 2 Q HnHMml y P SflifllSMlKffflS G 2 w _ w __ wMmk ____ w _\ p ^ r \ jl We freely offer the services of our Feed Expert to assist in Wr __ ...
Helps to Pbtiitb Culture [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
Helps to Pbtiitb Culture By F . ; M . Benedict . THIS is a good time to prepare for the busy season sure ; to come next summer .- I have . observed so many f arn &gt; ers during ; the past season in Wisconsin and other states outside of-the potatoe belt who were following the old method pursued by us all when potatoes were grown in patches in lieu of field culture , that I may be pardoned for giving some of the means of saving labor as practiced at Waupaca , Mich . We plant , deep . enough to permit the ground to be harrowed with a good drag . Any common harrow will do , though the teeth should not be too long . Drag several times fromplanting : time until the potatoes come up and there will be no need to make a bee &gt; to dig out the weeds by hand in June . ¦ : I saw many instances last summer where more human labor was being expended on a patch : of half an acre of potatoes than is necessary to cultivate a crop on ten-acres here in the belt . This 1 great saving o...
POMEROX'S RIVETING MACHINES . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
POMEROXS RIVETING MACHINES . . We know of no more useful machine for the farmer than , H . C . Pomeroy . s , Riveting Machine . It punches , inserts the rivet , and rivets lt , all at one operation , making a smooth , clean strong job . - Numbers 1 and 2 machines as Illustrated In advertisement &gt; ri another column , have a vise attachment which is very useful . Agents who are : looking ; for an article that will be appreciated by every , farmer should get an agency for these goods .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
DTJROC JERSEY HOGS , REGISTERED STOCK . Send stamp for 6 4-page catalogue , Illustrated . Prices and history . ¦ ; J . M . STONEBRAKER , Panola , 111 . FOB SA 1 E . BKTJTUS . Percheron Stallion ., Dark dapple gray , Imported by M . W . Dunham , Wayne 111 . Weight 3800 , very active and handsome . Would trade forland . CHAS . P . MOKEOBT , teonidas , Mich .
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
Pracked in a favr boars with SERS LIQUID EXTRACT OF SMOKE . : rom hickory wood . Cheaper , cleaner , , and surer than the old way . Send for r . E . KKAUSEUA BKO ., Hilton , Pa . BIG IMPORTED PRIZE BERKSHIRE PIGS . Gold Medal Herd , over all—2 years la succession . Prize Leicester , Cotswold and Dorset sheep generally for sale . See circular , GOO prizes won . METCAtF BROS . S STONE , EAST ELMA , HEW YORK . I have been Breeding .... POLAND CHINAS For Twenty . One Years . Prices Low for Qualify . THOMAS CONVEY . Kidgoway , Wis . I C SHAW Breeder of J « V « * 311 /\ Wa Thoroughbred POUND CHINA SWINE . p 8 S e : ^&amp; L _ !!( S $ m % c !_ g ™ , P ° y Chief , all are of good color , Mention this paper . 560 ACRE FARM . M BUSHELS corn per acre . Well located . Address GAIN &amp; KUGLER , Stanberry , Mo . There is no reason why you should Believe all Men are Liars , Because You have not been one , or have not had Dealings with an Honest Man with an Honest Article . I TELL...
Tirnelv Topics [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
Tirnelv Topics Price and Trade Review OUR index table of twenty staple farm products shows an upward tendency ¦ of- prices last week ; especially wheat . There was nothing in the situation to warrant a rise , however , but it was merely speculative . Wall street took a shy at the wheat market and sent prices up . As we have stated all along , the prospect for higher iirices or at least a continuation of the present good prices for corn and its products , pork and beef , are favorable . The outlook does not indicate a rise or even a continuation of tho present scale of average prices in the whole agricultural list however . . Average prices and the quantity of money in circulation are so intimately associated that by feeling the pulse of one the condition of the other can . be pretty accurately forecast .. There is now nearly $ 400 , 000 , 000 more money in circulation than at the lowest price period in 1890 , to say nothing of a very : large increase in bank credits ,- which in our ...
Farm "Wagon for only 819 . 95 . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
Farm Wagon for only 819 . 95 . In order to introduce their Low Metal Wheels with Wide Tires , the Empire Manufacturing Company , Quiney , 111 ., have placed upon the market a Farmer s Handy Wagon ,, sold at the low price of $ 19 . 95 . The wagon is only 25 inches high , fitted with 24 and 30 Inch wheels with 4 inch tire . ¦ ¦ This wagon is made of best material throughout , and really costs but a trifle more than a set of new wheels and fully guaranteed for one year .- Catalogue giving a full description will be mailed upon application by the Empire Manufacturing Co ., Ouincy , 111 ., who . also will furnish metal wheels at low prices made any size and width of tire to fit any axle .
More About Sugar [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
More About Sugar OUR sugar articles in the past numbers have created great interest . Undoubtedly sugar growing is the most profitable branch of farming that can be followed in United States at the present time . As shown in a recent article on this topic , while we consume hi United States 4 , 500 , 000 , 000 lbs ., of sugar per . annum , our total product Only averages about 700 , 000 ,- 000 . The balance is imported . The duty alone on the sugar we import amounts to $ 50 , 000 , 000 per annum . The amount paid out in excess of the duty to foreign growers is about $ 125 , 000 , 000 , making $ 175 , 000 , r 000 our people are annually paying for foreign sugar , which amount should go into the pockets of our own farmers . - The National Rural is not happy . unless it has a hobby . It always rides a good one , however , as its old readers will attest . It sometimes strides several at-a time . We believe the United States should produce all the sugar it consumes and , have some to exp...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
Mr . Ira Smedes » of Fulton County , Ohio , writes as follows : J . , _ At the time you started your Fair Oaks colony in California I wanted to become a member of it , but could not get ready in time I now want to get in on the ground floor on your Florida plan , and I hereby . •; oree to take 40 acres at the price named , $ 10 per acre , and my sister , Mrs . P . Van Vlierden , will also take 40 acres . We would like to locate together . I have also a friend in Texas whom I believe would locate with us . I therefore send ten cents and n sk that you send extra copies of the paper to him . Now I would like to ask you a few questions : I understand that Mr . Jas . W . Wilson , the father of the plan and manager of the paper , is- to be the general disbursing agent of the enterprise . . Am I right ? That will be determined later , after the plan is fully developed . Mr . Wilson thinks a commission should , be appointed and would not- object to being one . 2 . What will it cost to clear...
Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
SPRAYING FRUIT TRBES .. The question 7 of spraylnff fruit trees to prevent the depredations ; ol insect pests and fungus aiseases isi no longer an experiment but a Our readers will do well to write Tfm . Stahl , Quiney , ill ., and get his catalogue describing twenty-one styles of Spraying Outflts and . full treastise on spraying the different fruit and vegetable crops , which contains much valuable Information , and may be had for the asking . • awssnis W 0 * 17 outfit for $ 0 e . Kn . paid . ^__ f ^ -. rr ~ - Will spray a 10 acre orchard per day . ~^~ - V 3 » 00 O in use . Satisfaction guaranteed or Moneg refunded . Hid . catalogue free . Agts . make from SS tpStS nor day . New improvements for !&gt;!&gt; . JS . i p , diiitBtg , [ j ,, CiisliU , IU . f CLIMATE CORE , 1 | MONEY IN FRUIT , I I MANUFACTURING , : I GOLD MINING , i | FISHING , HUNT ^ G J ^ I Mild invigorating winter weather , 2 . &lt; ? dry , pure air , sheltering hills , a Z 11 greatnavigablori...
Page 17 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
\ l // v DAV OtSHeach week CTADK iooSfera . *&gt; YVerAI UyouseUStarkA ABB Rockport , lit TREES . Outfitabsotately free . VSulUlHI DansyJUe . N . 1 Seed Corn , Oats , Wheat and Potatoes aSpecialty . 60 cents per bu . Sacks free . Light Brahmas . exclusively . Birds 11 . to $ 1 . 60 each . Eggs 81 . per 13 , from Birds scoring 9 j to 9 o . Catalogue free . Poultry food . 3 . G .- LEMBKE , Orlswold , Iowa . RARGAINS IN SEEDS ! W _ W : Cholce kinds of Vegetable and Flower Seeds at Sc . per pocket . Flower Plants , Sc each . Many choice novelties . Dont buy until you have seen our new catalogue . Mailed FilEEif you mention this paper . IOWA dEED CO ., DES MOINES , IOWA . Parmer s Collection of Choicest Standard VEGETABLE SEEDS . 20 extra largo packets containing everything required lor first class Farm Garden . Only 50 cents . EAST LYNN STOCK &amp; SEEO FARM , Tamaroa , HI . SUCCESS BE A KDI-ESS BAKI . ET . Early productlye , strong grower , will not lodge . Sure crop on...