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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899

Profits of a Separator . Did you ever figure up tHfittj- 1 iM the profits of using a - UPlillffi Safety Hand Separa- ( ¦ 111 II ! tor ? - The machine costs Hi Mm about as much as two ^ ffla , cows . If you are milk- ^^ rH ing 16 cows it brings li ^^ r you as much butter as l yEfff i if you milk 20 cows . It saBU ^ gives you fresh , sweet WKrT skim milk worth 22 rs 3 lil cents per hundred . JKeiXfl pounds for feeding at / yBSirl home , improves the AY m & KvL quality of your butter |< as ^ a ^ B mgj ffg- > ftl and saves much labor . ^ ^^^ pS ^ „ ¦ ¦ . P . n . SHARPLES , Branches : mif ^ ir S ^ . ^?? West Chester , Pa . Elgin , III . St . Paul , Minn . Dubuque , la . San Francisco , Cal . DUROO . JERSEY HOGS , REGISTERED STOCK Send stamp for itf-page catalogue , illustrated . Prices and history . J . M . STONEBRAKER , Panola ; 111 ° ^^ . ~_ BIG IMPORTED PRIZE BERKSHIRE PIGS . ttntStV V 0 RK ? Prlzeswon METCdfFBROS . jilOHE , EAST J . ; C .. SHAW , B ^...

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Great Meeting of Horticulturists [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899

Great Meeting of Horticulturists By John W . Lloyd . THE Western New . York Horticultural Society is probably the strongest or- ¦ ganization of practical horticulturists in America , and their forty-fourth annual meeting , held at Rochester , N . i \ , January 25 and 26 , was pronounced by many the best meeting- in . the history of the society . About 600 persons were present . From start to finish -every session was packed with valuable papers and pertinent discussions . •• Men from the Cornell and Geneva experiment stations figured prominently in- the program . Speakers were present from New , Jersey , Michigan and Ontario , as well as from-New York . There was a fine , display . -oi £ winter apples and pears ; also some canned ; fruit ., . Horticultural implements , spray pumps , etc ., were on exhibition . Owing to the illness of President W . C . Barry , Mr . S . D . Willard of Geneva presided throughout the meeting , and he kept things moving lively . Wednesday Forenoon ^—Afte...

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— - ¦ . ^ w w Hot House Lambs in Ohio [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899

— - ¦ . ^ w w Hot House Lambs in Ohio By J . M . January . BY hot-house lambs I do not mean that my . lambs are kept in a building warmed by artificial heat , or grown under glass . The city markets call lambs that come direct from their dams to the market during the winter months hothouse lambs . or suckers . . Such lambs , if fat , will sell at good figures in New York City any time after the holidays . - In . Cincinnati the suckers are not wanted much before the fir . st of March . AT the opening of the market in either of these cities lambs ; weighing from thirty to thirty-five pounds are the kind that bring the fancy price . • Later in the season larger lambs are wanted and the price is not so good . Quality in these little animals tells when in the market , as does quality in the beef steer . The butcher has his typical steer ; he also has his typical lamb . . The large sucker is not a . ways preferred , but a blocky , broad-backedlamb . with a flank well let down , if fat , w...

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Poultry Notes [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899

Poultry Notes --A fresh egg has a limelike surface to its shell . —Too much soft cooked food is not good for fowls . They need some employment for the gizzard . —Overfeeding is expensive-. It not only costs more for the feed , but the hens get too fat and lay no eggs . —If your space is limited , keep only a tew fowls and let the few be very fine ones , as it costs no more to feed a prize winner than it does a scrub . —If yOuwish tobe successful , with poultry , do not undertake too much at first . Begin with a few fowls and study their habits and wants and then gradually increase their number . —If your hens do not lay , or lay dbubleyolked or soft-shelled eggs , they are too fat , and more wheat and oats ( and no coral should be fed ; also , require them to scratch fOr all the grain they eat . —A small flock which receives the scraps from the table produces eggs when larger flocks are unprofitable . The fact is plain that the smaller flock receives better feeding . Table scraps ar...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899

PURE ROSE COMB BROWN LEGHORN . By an experienced breeder of thoroughbreds . Eces- * i for 16 . MBS . J . P . STELLE , Dahlgren . Ili . r * B - 6 ^ 1 -

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899

/\ t \< r \ ? ABRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS , $ , ; 00 . 000 TU ^ Ys ^ oo ^^ roo ™ B R ° NZE - ¦¦ IKA COTT 1 NGHAM , Eden , 111 . titS ^ WUBMB II . 00 each . Eggs in seasonal . 00 per 13 . If ordered betrSt April 1 , 60 ct 8 . perl 3 . W . C . VVAITJB , Whitlwater , Wis GEO . KREUSGHER S GOS . POULTRY were prize winners at State Pair . Beaatiful Poultrv Ontrf ^ * . & BRABAZONS POULTRY CATALOGUE WF & Jk FBFF • eauty ; o »« r 60 coloredplmtei . IUo » WJWOT * 1 tratcB and describes fino Turkeys , Geese . mnSF Duels and chickens ; gives prices of fowls & cccs . Finest . ^ SCL . ? 0 & rJf a ? u P ^ Wftlied . Inclose 10 c . for nostSEB , etc . ^ EgJ . R . Brabaion , Jr . & Co .. B OT UK Dclnvaa , Wis . i ^ LJ 4 WJ | POULTRY » ££ tgWi- . JPnce List of Eggs and Fowlsfor sale . Is . VSVi * T % buv <; ™ g « de of 70 varieties , price 10 c . < 3 g & gft ; S B ° f , fow ! s f ™ m We- J . R . Brabazon...

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Money in Rape [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899

Money in Rape By H . W . Buekbee . W ITHOUT doubt rape is one of the most valuable of all forage crops ; notwithstanding there are several varieties of the rape family , the only sort-worthy of attention is the true Broad Leaved Dwarf Essex or English Sowing Rape , and this variety truly merits the greatest consideration . The writer has spent considerable time in experimenting with this variety and also in studying its valuable characteristics in the country of its origin—Essex , England . ¦ Ask any English farmer or in fact anyone who is acquainted with Bape , as to its merits , and the answer will come quicklyinvaluable . Rape is practically new in this , country , but so were several . others of our now valuable forage , plants a . few years ago . Is this a reason why our farmers should hesitate —after-its worth has .. been fully , established ? Our Government Agricultural Department , as well as several state institutions , have issued numerous able bulletins of the glowing res...

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Stimulative Feeding [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899

Stimulative Feeding By A . H . Duff . THE main-spring of profitable beekeep-. ing in the way of money ! crops is strong colonies . This is the princi- • pal object the apiarist keeps in view from the time he begins work , in early spring until the honey harvest opens . With strong colonies he . is sure of good returns if the honey season is a good one , ; and it must be of very short duration if he does not get fair returns . Colonies of bees that are thus brought up to a high state of perfection will , in two weeks of time during which there is a good honey flow , store quite a large amount of honey . Stimulative feeding is the means by which colonies are made excessively strong , and almost every colony that is in fair . condition and healthy in early spring can readily and rapidly be brought up by thus feeding . In the first place colonies must have a good reserve store of honey in thehives , and at no time should they run short . They should be fed regularly , and must be to get...

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Let the Blood Flow to tne Udder [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899

Let the Blood Flow to tne Udder By D . H . Otis . ANY excitement or disturbance of the animal system always affects the milch cow . In April , 1898 J the Kansas Agricultural College purchased twelve head of cows from Lincoln county , which had to be forwarded by rail for over 100 miles . Records were kept from each individual milking , and it was found that with the ride , homesickness and change of feed it took nearly two weeks for these cows to return to their normal quantity , and quality of milk . Observations since then have demonstrated that any unusual excitement or disturbance always influences the milk flow . A little knowledge of the structure of the udder will show why . The udder is composed of cavities , or milk cisterns , and milk ducts , surrounded by muscular connective and fatty tissues . At the end of . these milk ducts we find small cells which have the property of secreting and transforming nutrients from the blood into milk . These cells are most active at the t...

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Poultry in Belgium [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899

Poultry in Belgium IN compliance with instructions froin the Department of State , sent at the in- , stance of , a poultry breeder of the District of Columbia ,. Consul Roosevelt , of Brussels , . reports , under date of January 2 , 1899 :, , • ¦ .. ; , The science of breeding ; all kinds of domestic animals for . profit or-pleasure was for centuries more advanced in Belgium than in any other European country . Poultry is bred throughout Belgium—in some localities for eggs and meat ; in , others , as in this consular district , for meatalone ... .. . The breed most in favor here for general purposes is known , as the Land Van Oelst . The hens , resembling-somewhat the penciled Hamburg , are prolific layers . The eggs are large , of good flavor , and produce the earliest poulet aulait , which is marketable when six . week old or , when grain fed , at three months . The young , cocks mature ! early , are meaty in six weeks , and take on fat before three months ; or they are caponized ...

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Notes [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899

Notes —The Illinois University appropriation bill recently introduced in the State Senate by Senator Dunlap includes . an appropriation of $ 150 , 000 for an agricultural builds ing . Governor Tanner has taken a special interest in , this . appropriation , and it is hoped that it will , pass both branches of the legislature . • , -. , ¦ . ¦ ¦ : . ¦ , > ¦ ¦ . —At the R : I .: College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts ( Kingston ) , the special coarse of instruction in poultry culture . tot 1899 began on Jan . 9 to continue four weeks . . Nearly forty applications for enr rollment for the course were received ,- but owing to limited accommodations the class has been kept down to about twenty in number . Several who could not- take this course have enrolled their names for the next in 1900 . —As a result ofthe exhibition . made by the University of Illinois an the recent State Fair at Springfield , the Department of Chemistry was asked to furnish a similar collection of goods...

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899

4 , 000 Pounds is the guaranteed capacity of this wagon . It is equipped with ELECTRiG STEEL WHEELS witii stagger oval spokes , broad , tires , etc . ^ KFaah lthasan ^ Io steel hounds front and • m ( \ 1 % ^ rear . Its low down and easy to load . M \ l // n One man can load it ; caves an extra M \\ yJaft hand in haulingcorn fodder , etc . A [ ffrfiainH Pa r ° ** these wheels . will make a ¦ 9 Q 9 VBI new wagon out of your old one . -. , WLVTV ^ V Send for free , catalogue and prices . ¦ ml IJT GlecricWheelCo . Box 31 , Qulncy . tH .

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If vou ? P p a „ ~ A < .- v •» . uo , , n . T -vou see an advertisement in the National Rural and Family Magazine it is reliable , . N .

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Notes [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899

Notes Money is a , mean master . Leisure is a bypath on labor s . way . The largest lives are the most shared . They who climb for height s sake risk a great fall . . • ¦ ¦> Fashion may be followed when she walks withSensa Liye . s are hurried by trying to travel in too many directions . Who lives for show shows that he knows not how to live . • . Peace will be a stranger in the life where conscience and conduct do not agree . ; -.. . ; It is- one of the strange things of life that when one opens one s eyes , so to speak , one . is-much more apt to see . There are very few , almost no situations in life where one can hd absolutely nothing to do if one wills to do what one may . Refinement is more a spirit than an accomplishment . All the books of etiquette that have been written cannot make a person refined . True refinement springs from a gentle , unselfish heart . Without a fine spirit a refined life is impossible . The home is the foundation of the State . If we are no...

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899

CTARK 1 1 ^ a 74-YR . Record . Fruit Book Free «« We PAY FREIGHT ¦ ^ K . ARTIPHWF ? THEMSE 1 VES ^^ llarvcstUn I lunUIM . 0 Prevent Cholera ^ j ^ agSiSa . No . 1 lor all Stock . Before buying send yours ¦ JtJ *^ , J 1 11 CKhoor s address for lREli ESSAY jjfia & lHjj & f ) kinds , culture , yield ( often 1 , 1 ) 00 bu p . a . ) • * 3 §« BftafiSSp 17 p i , lc f ! , M n , L frt - rawtoall points . Sini-lc bu . ^ W ^ Sas 3 S 55 ^ Jl . Blcl . llle Seed Farms , Box 11 , ItlcMIlf . 111 . STRAWBERRIES S 1 . 75 a I flnn for stanaard Wn < ls . Only ?¦ I • »•• New Beds . Best Plants f yon ever saw . Raspberries , 85 . a IOOO t Other fruits at like rates , Lists SENT FREE ; JOHN F . DAYTON . WAUKON , Allamakee Co ., IOWA . met vuiicvuun | RAISE THE IMPROVED WHITE FRENCH ARTICHOKE . i » jij > i V « . i thoTTn ^^ lr Sf ? ore V Vfo B 01 d to overy State In ftSoSh wi 18 J « No J uml » iS . no blight , no rust . No 3 ^ bothers tliem , drought lias but li...

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899

SASEEDS s l ^ Good and Cheap ( USMg BEST In the world torn 1 cent pur KH packet up . Celebrated for stronff WHMM and rapid growth . Postage paid . WWmM iarfte lot of extra packages eH ? K §|! free in every order . Oldest rewm Wm liable seedsman in the west . Send B 1 R yours and neighbors address for W W prettiest large catalog ever printed . SS ^ JL R . H . SHUMWAY , -9 & ROCKFORD , ILL . ^ y ^ ARRfT ^^ # BEEDS \ ^ S f Salter s Seeds are Warranted to Prodnte . V }\ ¦ fcfMatilon Luther , K . Troy , l a ., astonished tho world ^ U ^ ^^ mhy growing 230 bushels Big Four Outs ; J . Brelder , ^^ B ^¦ llishlcott , Win ., 173 bush , barley , and H . Lovejoy , ^ B ^ H lied Wins , Minn ., by growing 3-20 bush . Salzcrs corn ^ M ^^ M per aero . If you doubt ,-write them . We wish to gala ^^ B Vfl a 00 , l 00 new customers , hence will send on trial PH | y § 10 DOLLARS WORTH FOR 10 c . || 3 ^ H 10 pkco of rare farm seeds , Salt Bush , Rape for Sheep , ^ B ¦ H the 15 : 000 Corn , li...

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