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rf Duta . ~ i aJM & f [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896
rf Duta . ~ i aJM &amp; f The above illustration tells its own story . There are two ways to dig np evergreens for transplanting ; one leaves them with a good lot of root as shown In Fig ; 1 , the other way leaves them as shown in Fig .: 2 . Every one knows which is the right . D . Hill , the evergreen specialist , Dundee , 111 ., knows how to dig them , and endeavors to give his customers trees like Fig . 1 . Please mention the Western Rural .
Page 25 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896
J0 TMEDICAL ^ 7 TREATMENT . ^ If you want the best expert and scientific treat / ment by the leading physicians and specialists os the country , consult only BB . HATHAWA 1 A CO ., to Dearborn St ., Chicago * 111 . Al ; Chronic Diseases of men and women . Private , Skin Blood and Nervous Diseases . Cases treated bymall all over the world by sending for Symptom Blanb No . 1 for men , No . 2 for women . No . 3 , Skin Disease * No . 4 for Catarrh . Best of references . !
COLONY NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896
COLONY NEWS ( Concluded from page 578 . ) Lawson Knott , who lives near Rocky Mount , came from Granville comity a few years ago , and bought a farm , upon which he put considerable improvements . His first year s tobacco crop paid for both farm and the improvements , and in two years afterwards his crop yielded him a clear profit of $ 10 , 000 . R . H . Ricks , whose postoffice is Rocky Mount , planted twenty-five acres in tobacco , and averaged 725 pounds per acre , which he sold for $ 12 , 500 upon which his net profit was over $ 8 , 000 . His last year s crop sold for $ 200 per acre , average . Mr . Ricks started in life a poor boy , working for $ 8 per month . He is now worth $ 150 ; 000 , and has made the bulk of his fortune in tobacco growing . S . B . Ricks , of Nashville , sold $ 1 ^ 004 worth of tobacco from two acres planted , and his neighbor , H . N . Snell , realized $ 405 from one and a half acres planted . S . A . Batchelor , of Nashville , sold $ 2 ,- 014 worth of t...
ALLMBD FUN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896
ALLMBD FUN THE MUSIC HE LIKED . I always thought I was fond of music , said Farmer Greene , but since I visited Matilda in Boston Ive had my doubts about it . I hadnt been there a day be fore Matilda she says tome , Now , father , we re goin to have a musical , and . I do hope youll enjoy it ! Of course I shall , says I . You know how fond I am of them famous old Scotch songs you used to sing , and how I m , always ready to jine in when anybody strikes up Coronation . Well , this will be the best music you ever listened to , says Matilda , and my mouth watered to hear it . The night of the concert you ought to ha seen the folks pour in ^ all silks and satins and flowers . Matilda wore , well , I dont rightly know what , but I think twas silk and lace . Pretty soon we all got quieted down , and then a German , with long hair and a great bushy beard , sat down to the piano and began to play . My , how he did bang them keys ! There was thunder down in the bass , and tinkling cymbals up...
Page 27 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896
£ t 4 tmu W I SMOKE YOUR MEAT WtTH ? mW 30 \ UBUIDEXlrmTsMOKE % IXCmcu ^ li . EJOIUlSEiiBRILIIirJlUC % Please mention the Western Rural . j ^ gfl The Rocker Washer iHgHHffa wswteditowi ^ lOO PIECES IN ^ ^¦ PBH ONE HOUR . ** clean ss cmnbe washed J 9 G &amp; m \\ on the washboard , Write for prices and descrip- ^ ^ -A . \\ Vh ,,, ROCKER WAS HER CO ,,, mr ^ S UbeiaHnasoanmUtoBroap « ta . FtTnsyae * loo * Please mention the Western Rural . mmf _^ k CDCC ^ ut his out and send to-day fof Tr— Z 2 i pKpr catalogue . BIcyclesfrom $ 15 . 00 N mWfm \\ j ^ n % . Ill « l » to * 60 . 00 . You save 50 per cent i ^ mm ^ . 1 TrfSL ^\ li you buy A ,, Ieh Grad » Oxford . Shipped 1 tWmmW 3 LT l-sA &gt; Jdirect from factory . Dont pay agents and ymWmf * \ alWr dealers profit . OXFORP M 1 » SE . CQj . - ^« r- « itr- 888 Wilbnsh ATe §&gt; CHICAGO , ILLINOIS . . . Please mention the Western Rural . MS TF ^ i ^ e Bicycles _ - ^ T !* J- \ r ^ j-SrmT ^ , ** M $ S \\ w &amp;\ X...
WEE KL , Y MMET WMm [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896
WEE KL , Y MMET WMm . , GRAIN MARKETS . Chcago , April 28 . The markets yesterday were all lower and rather quiet . As to wheat , the receipts at nine primary points aggregated 336 , 000 ; shipments , 241 , 000 , bu . Last year they were 402 , 000 and 738 , 000 respectively . The northwest had 509 cars against 514 a year ago and 477 a week ago . Chicago received 8 cars of winter and 4 of spring , 3 of the total being contract . Last year she received 55 cars of winter , 31 being contract , arid no spring . Seaboard clearances were only 165 , 000 bu . wheat and flour . The closing prices were : April , 62 % c ; May , 62 % c ; June , 63 % ; July , 64 M , and September , 64 % c . Outside of . changing May (&gt; ptons over to a future month there was hot much done in corn , the market ruling very quiet and lather weak , closing at a decline of % @&amp; c per bu , weakness in wheat arid larger receipts being the cause . Shippers were moderated buyers , though vessel room ...
Page 29 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896
ft III 11 CATTLB , HOGS AND SHEEP SHP ^ BUNKER &amp; G0 GHRAN w LIVE STOCK COMMISSION , Union Stock Yards .... CHICAGO [ Established J . 8 T 1 . ] Square treatment and satisfaction guaranteed . We sell every man s stock fairly on Its merits and , give bim as good treatment whether he ships us one car or a hundred cars . Proceeds remitted Immediately . If you have stock to ship , write us . description for best advice on the market , free . REFERENCE : National Live Stock Bank , Chicago . M, ^ mW M. M. FREEMAN &amp; CO ., Commission ¦ Ml ^ m ^ TXX AY AND STHA W-,- , H B AWKLmmm I Commerce Bldg ., 16 Pacific Ave ., CblcaKo . Amf ^^ mm H Gorrespoadonce and consignments solicited . Market reports furnished om application . Bead our market report on this page . -fa 1 * • £ • ^ MB ^ ^ sfV ^ ssK * # * \ A / e are now the . largest receivers of m Jl m \ Mz &gt;^ mm . MZ ^ mm \ . C \ wool direct .-from the GROWERS M 1 ST V &gt; STS / SBTI ^ I ° * anv hLOUse in...
Starvation ! [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896
Starvation ! THE NEIGHBORS COULDNT BELIEVE ^^ ^ ; ; ^¦ v ^¦ ! ^^ i . BlifT ^ IT ¦ ¦ wiLSSo .. ^ : : HOW PEOPLE STARVE BEHIND LOCKED DOOES Young , beautiful , alone . She lay as if quietly Sleeping . ; Kindly neighbors came too late with food and nouiishmenti ; They questioned v with unbelieving wonder : iDead : Can it be ? Starvatipn ? Impossible ! O , If we had only come in yesterday ! But the door was locked , we could not . get in . Our own tables over-rain with plenty- while the poor and proud young heroine lay alone and starving . O , the pity of ii ; and it never need , have been ! What is starvation ? How few understand it . How many starve unknowingly with plenty all about them . Is starvation a lack of bread and meat and milk ~ and nourishing diet ? Not air ways . Think of the tiiousands of consumptives who die every year surrounded with the choicest delicacies which loving hands can supply . The daintiest and most nutritious food , full of lifegiving elements which somehow...
QUERIST COLUMN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896
QUERIST COLUMN Sign your name and address to all letters for this department . We take no notice of unsigned communications . We will not publish the names if so requested . Questions will not be answered unless written on paper containing no reference to subscriptions or other departments of the paper . .. . Questions of law in this column are answered by O . R . Barnett , of the Chicago Bar , 1616 Monadnock Building , Chicago . Owing to the large number of legal questions-received by this department with requests for reply by mail , we shall hereafter answer no legal queries by mail unless accompanied by a lee of $ 1 per question . TO GliUE WOOD . —Is It necessary to heat the Wood?—A Miller . • —No . •¦ ¦ ¦ . • ¦ ERIE MEDICAL CO . —Is the Erie Medical Co ., of Buffalo , N . Y ., reliable ? 7- : 01 d Time Reader . —Yes . • ¦ ¦ v . HAY RAKES , ETC . —Do you think F . E . Kohler &amp; Co ., of Canton , O ., are reliable?—E . H . Lawrence . , „—First-class . MONEY TO LOAN . —P...
Page 32 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896
FARMFRS^ 22 ?^ i &amp;^? , r- «- I nillfll . ll U HayPnwAWaterWkMli DILOACH MIMi MFG . CO .. 881 Atlanta , Ga » I^^ FOTTIEBEST JfH * v ^ ^ ASS ByCMT ^ PRAY PUMP ^ &lt; VlB on the market . It Is fully described in &lt; , ^ Ti OUr SPRAY PUMP CATALOQUE . Another I ( iff ^ valuable work is our handsome ILLUS- ( , M ^ TRATED BOOK ON CIDER PRESSES AND FRUIT &lt; iflfl MACHINERY . Both will he sent FREE . &lt; ( il l A .... DAVIS-JOHNSON CO , .. C ^ gB 41 W ^ Rand ^ % MftRSHALLTOWNWEUL r \ DRILLING MACHINE | \\ The Most 5 imple , Durable end Light I \\ Running Machine Made . I mm % \ Steam or Horse Power Mounted or not , , fi ^ sSat Write for full particulars and pnce ^ sayinq RXPS ^ SeSbt you sawiheadveiiismenlmlnispaper . Mdrtsv WtSf ^ 3 S 29 THE LENNOX HACHINECaJARSHAUIOWlU * . Send for Catalogue . Please mention the Western Rural . Portable Well Drilling IMACHINERY 1 fbtablUhMlKT . CoTsredbypatent * . ... M Htsbbiw drill any depth both by f # ¦ a...
Page 32 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896
JJB ¦ ¦ . ¦«•¦«• ¦ ¦ ¦«« ¦ «¦ ¦ «• ¦&gt;¦• &gt;* i rii - - ^ ^^ ^^ «•—&lt; —« —¦* i ¦ . ^ -N - » ^ *^ m . . »—* . «« * ^^ «^ « M » —^ ^ - * - ^ ——• • . — ^ • — - - * ^—¦ - —» - —¦ * *« —¦ . . — ¦ ; ^ z : ^; z : ^ i ; z : Z : ^^ : z : ~^ : z : z : z i «J^^^ Sss 5 ^^^ ki ^ S^^ fei IT WILL DO TO TIE TO . This phrase expresses the frontierman s idea of security , and experience has taught him that a yielding limb or sapling makes a safer hitch than a solid roct Some wire fences will safely hold even a pulling horse , hitched to the middle of a panel . The owner of that fence will tell you it was made by PAGE WOVEN WIRE FENCE CO ., Adrian , Mich .
Page 32 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896
IE tire best is Ir WANTED Investigate i the merits of the ROCK ISLAND Combined Shovel and Disc Cultivator . As a Shovel Cultivator it is unequalled * With Discs it is the best . Handles so easy a boy may successfully , use it * Send for book of Cultivators . ROCK ISLAND PLOW CO ., Rock Island , III . Please mention the Western Rural . HANG IT ON ^^ , the top of one of our four corn- JXEHB WMStm ^ ered , double braced , steel towers H &amp; tQrWHKCi « # audit will stay there . They have ^ 9 i &gt;» v 9 BaiB ^ a 1 done that through worst storms of ^ jMHBHjP l ^ 2 C « recent years . Many sizes and allS MaMMrMBBJr ^ a from best material . Full line oVW &amp; mWS MJL \\ m \ r Ti nkst Shelters , Cutters , tfflWfflaiBBEfllrfc * Pumps , Horse Powers , &amp; c . ^ MmAmWmWmmW Write us . Challenge Wind &lt; 9 IIH « 9 P Mill &amp; Feed Mill Co ., No . 64 7 l | WM ^ Biver Street , Batavia Illinois . MuW ^ Please mention the Western Rural . 1 * WIRE...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
HESTERN RURAL » 4 D VE OTIS WEElOf i THE EDITORIAL OUTLOOK- \ H $ A-Gold and Silver , League .,... ; ......,.... 634 J News Comments 611 * W An Important Question .................... 635 J How Does He Stand Now ? 624 ! Discarded Two Traitors ... v . ; ....- .. &gt; ..-. ; . : .... 635 1 Bogus Cheese : 624 * . \ FINS , FEATHERS AND HONEY BEES--Great Openings For Fruit -.... 624 Tlie Advantage of Artificial Hatching .... . .. 622 J Public Interest Above Party 625 Questions Answered .,.......:.............. 622 J What Are Tools of Trade ? 625 Bleaching . Beeswax .......... ....... v ....... 622 Jj Multiply Waterways 625 Poultry on the Farm .................. . 622 Jj Daily Doings 625 * Notes ........... ......................... 622 II HERDS , FLOCKS AND DAIRY- Begin in a Small Way ............ ... r 623 Questions Answered ....... 612 WOMAN AND HERJDOMAIN- I Artichokes as Stock Food 612 My Playmates-Poem ..................... 626 » Home Dairying-Ill 612 Why Write Prescriptions...
COLONY NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
COLONY NEWS JOTTINGS FROM FAIR OAKS . By Gen . C . H . Howard . One name was omitted frOm our recently published list of -Fair Oaks settlers ; singularly enough , it was that of one of our earlier pioneers , Francis J . Folsom , of Maine . He was the first to set out orange trees in the colony and has , also , thrifty peaches , apricots and a variety of other trees growing well about his halfacre lot in the town . Our party of visitors saw some little , girls playing about the door , some lace curtains in the windows and other attractive indications ^ and so we followed a natural impulse to make a calL Two of our number were G . A . R . boys and a third was gifted with a fine tenor voice . We were pleasantly greeted by Comrade Folsom , who served in the First Maine Cavalry . His wife shares the patriotism , for she had recently bought a copy of War Songs in Sacramento , and there was a cabinet organ inviting us to get up a chorus . The next neighbor , just across the garden , is W ....