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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
-Bought Poor Kerosene ^^ e ^ n because it was cheap ; . He saved ten cents on his kerosene but when the lamp exploded he lost a house that cost $ 3 , 000 .- ; You Often Pay Dearly for Cheap Things , It costs us more to make Deering- ^^¦ ^^ Bk iwi mmmm ^^H WO « nW M ^ B AW jmw ^ tmm k mmL ^ Flowers than it would cost to make machines like our competitors sell and ours are WORTH MORE Roller Bearings alone add greatly to the . cost of ¦ ¦ our machines , but they make them one horse lighter and make them last longer . Send for handsome pamphlet called Roller and Ball Bearings on the Farm , free to farmers . DEERING HARVESTER GO . FullertonandGlybournAvs.Chicago ff[I4fi-1Ilp%.;I9 \ U 2 § 8 J fi 1 Z % S # iJH ^ B ^? ^ t iIP ft S 2 I1K &amp; 8 I g S » W g * ¦ 9 S » 1 I I.
VETERINARY [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
VETERINARY The several departments of this paper are for the «* e and convenience of its subscribers exclusively . Those , wishing auvice in this column will please state their questions plainly and conciseij and upon paper containing no re . erence to subscriptions or to other departroants of the paper . In relation to diseases and ailments of live stock , it is necessary tt » at we be exactly informed of the symptoms as observed , else it will be impobsible 10 fully urtierst » nd and preset Ibe for the case . We cannot answer veterinary inquiries by malL unless $ 1 ithe iegular veterinary fee ) is inclosed . BLEEDING AT NOSE . —My mare has bleeding at the nose , it does not run * all of the time , but at spells , about , two weeks apart . — A . S . Crawford , Wis . * * —Examine closely , as it may come from glanders in tbe membranes of the nasal passages . It is likely , however , that It comes from a raw tumor or polypiis located in the nostril . Have it examined by an expert and...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
ADVfiRflsMMENTS.jy We believe the . firms who advertise 5 w in our columns are reliable and trust- V gt worthy and that they will deal hon- C y estly with our subscribers . fJ U Any subscriber having cause for 2 &gt; complaint will dp us a favor by send- 5 w tag the details , upon receipt , of which V JA we will make careful investigation , fl V We can not however , attempt to adjust , A trifling differences between subscribers $ &gt; and honorable advertisers . 5 « It will be to your interest , and get V i « you the best of service , if you always s Y mention this paper when writing to ad- h / j vertisers . 5 OQ ^ 3 ^ S ^^ Q ^ B ^ ASAS 9 ^ S ^ C \ S ^ S &gt; E
Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
v^^t^^M^Dunkirk , N . Y IISLPS FRUIT GROWERS MAKE MONEY . Mon t hl y . SAMPLE FREE . TOMATOGROWERS:Dont let &gt; our vires trail on the ground . Hold the plants up , giving them the sun aud air . HTTCHINSON 8 FOLDINGTOMATOTRELLISis just , the thing . It saves waste of time , land , frnit an ( 1 w mon r £ y , I 1 ls cheap-only $ 1 . 10 per dozen , fa . QO per ld 0 . Write for desedptive circular . AGBNTS make axmey . It ( sells at sight . S . HUTCHINSON , » 1 « W . Qaincy Ave . Grlfftsville , III . SureDeath-toInsects.BigelowsLiquidParis-GreenandLondonPurpleMingles freely when put in water . Never settles . Nothing- to clog- the sprayer . Guaranteed not to burn the foliage . Sure death to all insects that feed on vegetation . BIGELOWSBORDEAUXMIXTUREPrevents anddestroys all fungous growth , viz ., plight , rust , smut , rot , etc . Circulars and calendars giving full instructions in spraying sent free on application . BIGELOW &amp; CO ., 677 Larrabee St ., Chicago , II...
Farm , Garden and Orchard [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
Farm , Garden and Orchard GUARDING AGAINST CHINCH . BUGS . THE year 1895 was notable for the extent of the injuries caused by the chinch bug in many parts of the United States . Oklahoma farmers suffered much . There is no security that this great insect pest may not-also be very destructive to crops this year . The Oklahoma Experiment Station announces that the trials made at the station and many other places in the territory , of methods of infecting the insects with a contagious disease were generally unsuccessful . This was also true in different states . ; Under favorable conditions this method is ef fectual , but we have not yet been able to control the conditions . Many trials have shown the practical bility of destroying _ multitudes of the insects and keeping them but of fields of corn , for instance , by surrounding the field in which they are or that it is desired to protect , with a fairly deep furrow with- sides of very finely pulverized earth . Until the pairing season...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
^fi^eii^Gfe-hasprovenconclusivelythatbettergrapesandpeaches,andmoreofthem,areproducedwhenPotashisliberallyap-plied.Toinsureafullcropor choicestqualityuseafertilizer-containingnotlessthan\q%ActualPotash.Orchardsandvineyardstreat-edwithPotasharecompara-tivelyfreefrominsectsandplantdisease.,Our pamphlets , are not advertising circulars boom- •!- ing special fertilizers , but are practical works , containing latest researches on the subject of fertilization , and- . ¦ are really helpful to farmers . They are sent free for the asking . GERMAN KALI WORKS , . „ •. 03 Nassau St ., New York . Please , mention the Western Rural . Iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii uiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiniiiiiiiiiEUiiiiiuiiiik Q$^hirUM&amp;A1- ^ 3 * 21 STYLES . * % 3 I BEST and CHEAPEST . § B - S Oatalogne and full treatise on spraying fruit E B and vegetable crops mailed free . Address •S . W . M . STAHL , QUINCY , ILL . = niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuciiiiiiiimiiHinuiiiiiiiiiiiiK Please ment...
; - ' ' V - , T ' V ' . REFO^B®'CLUB.' [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
; - V - , T V . REFO^B®CLUB. COMMITTEDONSOUNDCURRENCY.VCHARLES S . FAIRCHILD , Chairman . L . CARROLL R 001 \ Secretary . . / - E . ELLERY ANDERSON JOHN DEWITT WARNER WALLACE MACFARLANE CALVIN TOMKINS ^ ILIXAM J . C OOMBS L AWRENCE El S EXTON W ILLIAM S . O PDYKE WILLIAM L . TRENHOLM HENRY , HENTZ HORACE WHITE FRED . PERRY POWERS EVERETT P . WHEELER HENRY L . NELSON HENRY DEFOREST BALDWIN JAMES SPEYER LOUIS WINDMULLER ~ CHARLES BIGGS t A . AUGUSTUS HEALY HENRY B . B . STAPLER JOHN M . GOODELL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE . CALVIN TOMKINS , Chairman . L . CARROLL ROOT , Secretary . CHA 8 . S . FAmoHiLD i HENRY L . NELSON . LAWRENCE E . SEXTON . JOHN DEWITT WARNER CHARLES BIGGS FRED . PERRY POWERS WALLACE MACFARLANB HENRY B . B . STAPLER BYRON W . HOLT , Manager Press Bureau . Telephone Call , 1092 Cortfandt * 52 WILLIAM STREET , NEW YORK . March 28 , 1896 ^ 4 DearSir:^.•InordertopushtheeducationalworkforSoundCurrencyandtoresisttheeffortsoffreecoinageadvocatestoputthiscountryonax silverbasis,t...
THE FARMERS' SIDE [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
THE FARMERS SIDE DECEITFUL EDUCATION . ^ On the foregoing page we give a photographic reproduction of a letter received at this office and which has doubtless been sent to every newspaper in the west and south ; It tells its own story and illustrates the tremendous efforts the gold contractionists are making to blind the eyes of the people . It will be natural that this matter , whether iii the form of plates , supplements or ready print matter is furnished entirely free . The Western Newspaper Union ; A . N . Kellogg Co ., Century 1 ress and Nebraska Newspaper Union , lurnisli ready prints to about three-fourth of the cbuiilry press . That is ; they furnish the paper •with one side printed . The country editor sets up and prints the other side himself , niling it up with . thelocal hews and advertising . ;;¦ . ¦ : ; . ¦; : J ^ - ; y : ; ^; -: : : . ,. . ¦¦ . .. / ? ¦ This ready print boiler plate-financial matter is , as may be seen from this letter , is edited in New York , and re...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
8 is one of the best I «*&lt;&gt; f Cod-Liver OiU « I blood * andforti- S 8 fuel-foods . The with HypOphosphltes I fies against the &amp; •cod-liver oil ob- ¦ . I piercing winds J •tains its oxygen from the air land of fall and winter * The Hypo- •- •heat is produced * It warms , nour- phosphites tone up the nervous 5 J ishes , invigorates * gives gcod system and improve digestion * 5 I Scott * s Emulsion prevents colds , coughs * consumption and general debility . aSi ^ gffifl ?
Fins , Feathers and Honey Bees [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
Fins , Feathers and Honey Bees THE ADVANTAGE OF ARTIFICIAL HATCHING . . With the incubator , hatching may be commenced as early as you wish and in time to get early broilers onto market when the price is highest . No waiting for the hens to set , no broken eggs , or desertedhestSj no lousy little chicks around to grease and fuss with ;; You ? can hatch just as soon as the eggs can be had . You do not ; have to keep asvmany hens as you need no extra force for sitters and brooders ; in fact you can , if you wish , raise chickens Without keeping any hens , by buying eggs from your neighbors . You can economize space by brooding the chicks in larger flocks , where it used to be necessary ; to give a dozen or so to each hen and give each a coop and a piece of ground to range over . You also save the fbbdv of hens used in brooding , the chickens ; Time and labor are saved in caring for and attending to them . Persons not having room oto raise chickens ^ oh the premises can keep one , two ...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
BKEEPERSf*I$D»k08Magazine , and Catalog of DBB oUPPIIBS FREE . THE A . I . ROOT CO ., Medina ; O f ^ mmml ^ T , C &lt; £ n MlSIs fltor Poultrymen . I ^^ M Baisy Bone Cutter Power Mills * Vf ^ Plfc ^ Q &amp; egfer and tertteaatelai gJS ^ t ^ EZ / wIIi 80 ! IBB 08 ., aCnatpn , P « . Please mention the Western Rural . MJE HIUF 2 n hand a flne lot of lan &lt;* and water ML S £ J &amp; fowls , and prices to suit hard times ¦ Bb Send for price-list and order at once . MRS , J . C . PLUMB , Milton , Wl * . DREEPERJTFA|CYJ»0ULTR1fS?K^U 5 ° ?^„? CooMn , 1 ,. Brahmas , B . Langshans , S . C , ¦ # B . Leghorns , S . P . Hamburg . Eggs $ 1 per 15 Circular free . JOHN MoDBBMOTT . Canton , 111 . g ^ KS W A REG . JERSEY CATTLE . H ^ , PKJM CHESTER WHITE SWINE , ST . E &amp; »^ BERNARD DOGS , WUd QeS IH &amp; _ JVV Pit Games . * Circular Free . E . E . 1 ^ 1 ** fer LAWRENCE , Token Cieek , Wte ! *^ FRUITPLANTSCHEAP.SE STf^EGGSPROMH0UDANS••£¦*JOHKU . W...
HOW DOES HE STAND -NOW ? [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
HOW DOES HE STAND -NOW ? Says the Inter Ocean , May ist issue : Major William McKinley is a Republican and a bimetallist . In his place in congress June 24 , 1890 , page 6 , 447 Congressional Record , he said : I am for the largest use of silver in the currency of the country . , I would not dishonor it ; I would give it equal credit and honor with gold . I would make no discrimination . I would utilize both metals as money and discredit neither . I want the double standard . Does any one desire a clearer statementthan that ? * That , is plain enough , but that was McKinley in 1890 . In reading his speech at the Lincoln banquet of the . Ohio Republican League , February 12 , 1891 , he also said , speaking of Mr . Cleveland , that he was determined to contract the circulating medium and demonetize one of the coins-of commerce , limit the volume of money among the people , make money scarce and therefore dear . ^ He would have increased the value of money and diminished the value of e...
GREAT OPENINGS FOR FRUIT . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
GREAT OPENINGS FOR FRUIT . F RUIT growing in California would seem to be still in its infancy . The markets of Europe are only beginning to be opened to both canned and , dried fruits . Consul-General Mason , of Frankfort ,, in his last report gives important information as to prices and demand for these fruits . Mr . Mason says : Sun-dried California apricots , peaches and pairs sell at retail in Frankfort arid neighboring towns for from 22 to 25 cents per pound , and their use In Germany , even at these prices , is steadily increasing . A comparison of these rates with the prices for which the growers are glad to sell their crops at home will give some idea of the margin available for freight and middlemen s charges . The necessai-y expenses , aside from profits of handling , are figured out by the consul-general as follows : Freight by steamship from San Francisco , Santa Monica ,: or San Diego , via Panama , to Hamburg , or Bremen , costs . about 40 shillings ( $ 9 . 65 ) per to...
BOGUS CHEESE . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
BOGUS CHEESE . T 7 NTLLED cheese is held to be a counterfeit . ±?: ¦&gt; .: A bill prepared by Mr . Tawney , of Minnesota , ,:: patterned after the oleomargarine law , has passed the House and is before the Senate . It is designed to protect the regular cheese business from competition with the bogus article . An export duty has been placed on it . Of late years a great business has been done in the exportation of filled cheese to England , by way of Canada , as a Canadian product , since England discriminates against the American article . The bill defines cheese as the food , product known as cheese , which is made from milk or cream , and without the addition of butter or any animal or vegetable or other oils or fats foreign to milk or cream , with or without additional coloring matter . Every article made in the semblance of or designed to be used for cheese , and all compounds heretofore known as filled cheese , are under the proposed law to be considered filled cheese ...