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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896

£ PS ? / CONSIDER THE COST . Suppose the BEYMER-BAUMAN / ¦ , r- MJ- • . >¦¦> - . ¦ ¦¦ ¦ T , MI • Pittsburgh . ^^ building is 60 x 25 x 20 . It will require DAVIS-CHAMBERS ^^ i . • ^ • j . 1 j • j • ¦¦ * . Pittsburgh . to paint it , 14 srals . ready-mixed paint TAKNESTOCK { / . ° . J 1 ANCHOR l ^ sburgh- j at $ 1 . 25 per gal— $ 17 . 50 ; or , four 25-lb . kegs ECKSTEIN j ? 11 ™ 1 - j of white lead , $ 6 . 00 ; five gals , pure linseed ATLANTIC - | j oil , $ 2 . 50 ; four cans tinting colors , 80 cts . ; BROOSTO j ^ pt . Japan dryer , 15 cts . ; ^ pt . turpentine , : jEWETT r ^^ A - j 5 cts . Total , $ 9 . 50— -a saving of $ 8 . 00 UXSTER I iti favor of ; . V™ > J* TFure > VhiteLead COLLIER j \ \ MISSOURI g ^ j ^ , 1 without considering its greater durability . Examine the REDSEAL I brand ( see list ) . For colors use the NATIONAL LEAD CO . S SOUTHERN J Pure White Lead Tinting Colors . No trouble to make or JOHNT . LEWIS * BROS . 00 match a...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896

E » S . HABBT , Abingdon , 111 ., tanner of bides , furs and manufacturer of black cattle robMi coats , ruga , gloyes , etc . Pure-bred cattle for sale . TO . OAX . X . JLKABT Friend , BTeb . V Fine atoek • ; sales a specialty , Have made over 800 sales and will guarantee satisfaction . 3 E 5 Thoroughbred Registered stock DUR 0 C-JERSEY HOGS . ^„^ u ;^ and history . JOHN M . STONBBRAKBR . Panola . IU . Please mention the Western Rural . JL . JACKS AND JENNETS ^ O ^ ^ ^ ^ . Large Assortment . wSfff ] Prize-winning Blood . » _ f % Fair dealing . Mule breeding solve * mffr—mm the Proflt of the horse trade . For par- * WSBmm ^ mmmmi ticulars write A . TV . HOPKIJTS , PERTT , IIJDi ..- Please mention the Western Rural . • : ; < - ¦ — : — : — SCOTTSCELEBRATED Charcoal Powders -tfOR—Horses , Cattle , Hogs , Sheep and Fowls !/? A ?™ no mi ual as a CONDITIONER and MBDl ^ B- T he ^ are Wghly medicated and per > fectly safe . Price , one pound , 50 cents ; five pounds for...

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AMOMG HORSEMEN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896

AMOMG HORSEMEN CAVALRY HORSES HARD TO FIND . John DY Hale , of Tilf ord , one of the most prominent stockmen in South Dakota , some months ago received the contract for furnishing the Eighth cavalry at Fort Meade with some seventy or eighty horses . Notwithstanding that he visited practically every prominent horse , ranch in western South Dakota ; eastern Wyoming and southeastern Montana in the effort to secure horses that would pass the rigid inspection , every horse so far turned in for inspection has been rejected . The horses were the very best that could be procured , experience having shown them to be the hardiest animals to be found , m the united States . Some of the horses could not be purchased on the range or in the markets of Chicago and New York for $ 250 each . Mr . Hale says he offered one man $ 300 for a team of handsome grays , provided they passed the inspection .. The animals were submitted , but , while the board admitted that they were a fine-looking pair , they...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896

The only Binders and : With Relief and Ball Bearings are the DEERING These bearings save onethird of the draft . They make Deering Binders TWOHORSEmachines in all but the most extreme conditions , 0 Deering Mowers so light of draft that ONE MAN can pull the 5-ft . machine and cut grass . They save draft because they overcome friction and prevent wear . That means less noise and longer life . The Roller Bearing idea has seized hold of the whole mechanical world , and Roller Bearings or Ball Bearings are now used in every class of machinery from locomotives to typewriters . The Deering Farm Journal for February has an interesting article discussing the whole field of Roller Bearings . It is sent FREE on application , to farmers , together with a handsome catalogue called Roller and Ball Bearings on the Farm . Say where you saw this ad . DEERING HARVESTER CO , Ftdlerton & Clybourn Aves ., CHICAGO .

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VETERINARY [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 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 relerence 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 fully understand and prescribe for the case . We cannot answer veterinary Inquiries by mail , unless 11 ( the regular veterinary fee ) is inclosed . MAY BE TUBERCULOSIS .-Cow started failing in flesh two months ago . Has a dry cough , not a choking cough ; does not chew her cud ; eats her hay and feed fairly well ; looks bright , but is getting thin , and weak by degrees . —The cow should be examined by an expert as she may have tuberculosis . If this exists it Is dangerous to , use the milk and no risk should be taken . If examined ...

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896

0 /^/ 3 . 0 for hatching . Prices low . 20-page oataJhKJXXp loguefree . W . A . CROSBr , Heyworth , m . EGGS for hatching at $ 1 . 50 per sitting from strictly first-class birds of the following breeds : Light Brahma , W . and B . P . Rock , B . Langshan and S . C . B . Leghorn . A fair batch guaranteed . Also M . B . Turkey Eggs , $ 2 . 50 per 11 . C . HBSL & SON . Manito . lll . Please mention the Western Rural RAISED EIGHTY RODS away from any other corn , the well known KING OF THE EARLIES CORN . CHOICE MICHIGAN SEED . Price SI OO per bus ., two bus . 91 . SO . Free on board . No circulars . B . C . BJLHJTARD , Wasepi , Mich . — JSl ^ 2 !!?^! !^ fS | BONE CUTTER ^^ B ^ Skn will pay for Itself in two months . Sent 3 s !§ iis ^ 3 iisils » lfi on trial . $ 5 . 00 BUYS ONE . KiffttJ ^^ mFxlmW Catalogue free if name this paper . HRm ^ 3 §^| HjBM 59 ^ 7 . W . MANN CO ., Milford , Mass . ^ BSSSIIOSF * J SAVE MONEY ON FRUIT PLANTS . Strawberry Plants a Specialty . Having tare...

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Farm , Garden and Orchard [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896

Farm , Garden and Orchard A PLEA FOR PIE-PLANT . R HUBARB or pie-plant should have a place in every farmer s garden . It is not yet too late in the season to procure dormant roots from . a nursery which will in a few short weeks furnish enough succulent stems for a first-rate pie . Once established , pie-plant will hear a great deal of neglect , but likes a rich mellow soil , and will pay for all the cultivation it gets . The plants should be divided once in two or three years . Old root-bound plants produce a great many small stems and seed-stalks . But young plants yield large stalks of superior quality . A single stalk from a young plant under favorable conditions will weigh a pound or more . Pie-plaint does not need to be converted into pie in order to be palatable . It is more wholesome without pastry . Simply steWed and sweetened , it is an excellent substitue . for fruit and the best kind of spring medicine . ( Ask Dr . Peiro if it is not . ) It is quickly and easily prepared...

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896

successful growers of fruits , berries * and all kinds of vegetables , know that the largest yields and best quality are produced by the liberal use of fertilizers containing at least io % of Actual Potash . Without the liberal use of Potash on sandy soils , it is impossible to grow fruits , berries and vegetables of a quality that will command the best prices . Our pamphlets are not advertising circulars boom , ing special fertilizers , but are practical works , contain , ing latest researches on the subject of fertilization , and are really helpful to farmers . They are sent free for the asking . GERMAN KALI WORKS , 93 Nassau St ., New York . Please mention the Western Rural . FARMERS ! * fflES WHITE FRENCH ARTICHOKE ? If not , why ? : I have a few bushels for sale at a low figure . If desiring good seed write at once . ¦ J . H . VAN NESS , Fremont , Mich . Please mention the Farm , Field and Fireside . ^ sssSIS *^ We an unusually Large yggSS ^ Sg ^ Fine Stock of Hardy ^ Q ^ ## S ...

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THE FARMERS' SIDE [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896

THE FARMERS SIDE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY ECKELS SUPPRESSING > ACTS . . The following extract is from a speech which was delivered by James H . Eckels , Comptroller of the Currency , at the Grand Opera House of Cincinnati , on the 17 th of this month before a select audience of bankers and business men . The extract is ; taken from the Chicago Times-Herald of the 18 th inst .: There is scarcely a proposition Which * has been advanced by the advocates ; of free coinage which is not open to legitimate criticism on the ground that it is almost wholly in disregard of the facts of the history of silver . The complaint which they iterate and reiterate of the unfair treatment of that metal in this and other countries since 1873 is far from being borne out by the statistics bearing upon the volume of silver money which is now used by this and , European nations . It is a significant fact that the great part of the total amount of legal tender silver which the great commercial ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896

An International Agreement is just ahead—so is the Grass . — -Inter Ocean .

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896

§ ADVERTISEMENTS . jfe We believe the firms who advertise ft O in our columns are reliable and trust- W n worthy and that they will deal hon- R V estly with our subscribers . & ft Any subscriber having cause for ft > complaint will do us a favor by send- ;< W ing the details , upon receipt of which W A we will make careful investigation . K y We can not , however , attempt to adjust rl fit trifling differences between subscribers ft V and honorable advertisers . Zi H It will be to your interest , and get Q ifc you the best of service , if you always ft C mention this paper when writing to ad- W fit vertisers . 5 L

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896

SWINGING BOUND THE CIKCLE . Uncle Sam : Grover , you r making me dizzy ; why dont you use both oars and go straight ahead ? —Inter Ocean .

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: l . ..- ¦ ' WOOL .. . ¦ : ¦' : • [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896

: l . ..- ¦ WOOL .. . ¦ : ¦ : • On our market page will be found the new advertisement of Summers & Morrison , wool Commission merchants , 174 South Water Street , Chicago . Our readers well know this firm to be reliable and all shipments made to them wilt be sold at the highest market prices and returns promptly made . —April 16 seven head of milk cows , belonging to the dairy of John Bressler , near Sterling , 111 ., were found to have tuberculosis and killed by order of State Veterinarian Trumbower , in tne presence of a large number of people , including many physicians , C . B . Bartlett , president of the Live Stock commission , and Dr . Hpver , deputy state veterinarian .

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SILVER SPRAY . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896

SILVER SPRAY . The Oregon Democrats have endorsed free silver and the Cleveland administration . Some politicians can adapt themselves to strange beds . *» •¦¦* The Missouri Democrats were practically unanimous for free silver , and have endorsed the old and valiant champion of bimetallism , R . P . Bland , for president . They certainly could have done worse . Bland might have been rich and doubt , less occupied a cabinet position had he been willing , like Carlisle , to turn traitor to the people . The gold contratibnists have studied the silver situation carefully and have arrived at tne conclusion that the Republicans will carry the next presidenttal election , therefore they are spending their money and energies on that party . Every possible effort is being made to control not only the St . Louis convention but the state conventions for gold . A bargain has also been made with a prominent candidate and strenuous efforts made by the free use of money to nominate him in advance ...

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