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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 14 May 1896
SOLD ON TRIAL . XSJitv - ¦ ¦ ¦ -..-.-. Imperial . Hgsgn Pulverizer , ^ TT Clod Crasher , ,,, • ¦ Roller and M * . . R ^ ^ l &lt; eveler . t ^ ^^^ Mm __ \ _ M ^^ }^^ Plainly described vv . V Kent , © . please mention the Western Rural . SAVE MONEY o « FRUIT PLANTS . Strawberry Plants a Specialty . Having taxes fruit plant farms , devoted to growing A No . l | Plants for our trade , we can save yon Money on 1-8 DOB . or 100 , 000 . We hare SO Best Varieties of Strawberries . All of the old Standards like Snbach , Warfleld , Parker , JBarle , Haverland , etc ., LOW . Also most of the best new , llke Brandywine , Marshall , Blsel . Splendid , Wm . Belt , Greenville , etc . We procured onr stock of the new varieties of tbe originators and Introducers . Best Raspberries , like Older , Palmer , Kansas and others . Best Blackberries , like Erie , Taylor , Eldorado , etc . Currants , Grapes . We ship plants by the 100 , 000 to all sections of the U . 8 . hnd Canada every year . ( Jet...
NEWS COMMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 14 May 1896
NEWS COMMENTS It is so nearly a ; foregone conclusion that McKinley will be nominated , r that-the subject has been broached of naming Reed for vipe-presiderit ; . But Reed s near friends declare he would hot accept the iMace ; V The trial by court-martial of the men captured on board the American schooner Competitor off Key West , Fla ., by . the Spanish gunboat Mehsajera , on April 25 , began at Havana May 8 . The crew will no doubt be treated as pirates and will be executed unless our government interferes . • . ¦ ¦ Miss Clara Barton reports from her committee that they are supplying the Armenian people with the necessary farming implements , which had been destroyed or stolen . Seed is also provided . Corn has been distributed in the famine districts . Four epidemic diseases are raging at Zeitoun and Marash . Physicians are needed . It is said the senate will be ready to adjourn June 1 . The three important bills remaining after Rivers and HafT bors are District of Columbia , fo...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 14 May 1896
H OWARD &amp; WILSON PUBLISHING COMPANY N . E . Corner Madison and Franklin Sts . TERMS : $ 1 . 00 per year . Subscriptions may begin with any number . , ¦¦ -. / • CLUB TERMS : 80 cts . a year in clubs of five ; 75 cts . a year in clubs of , ten or more . Add ten cents . if Money vs . Products , or New Hygiene , or Modern Kitchen , or Modern Poultry Book , br other bookAla wanted . Write for terms to agents or for terms on Special Premiums . All communications should be addressed WESTERN RURAL , CHICAGO . III . • EASTERN OFFICE ( for advertising department only ) : FRANK S . SMITH , 47 I Times Building , New York . . * , ^ Entered at the Chicago Postofflce as Second class matter .
Herds , Flocks ant Dairy [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 14 May 1896
Herds , Flocks ant Dairy MAKING CHEESE AT HOME . R OSE Seelye-Miller tells in The American Cheesemaker how she makes cheese at home . She says : The operation Js so simple that I would like to tell others how they might go and do likewise . There need be no elaborate paraphernalia- ^ just simple utensils that may be found in any kitchen , save for the cheese hoop , which must of necessity be secured . This is a hoop of galvanized iron with covered wires at either end . It serves an excellent purpose and it may be made of any desired size . Any tinner can make one and the expense is trifling . In the first place the milk is all brought to an even teihpefattire bf 85 degrees , by the dairy thermometer—not a degree higher , as when too warm the cheese is apt to be tough ; beside , the cream will seem to escape in the whey more . We have used for setting the milk from six cows , a copper boiler and a barrel churn , two utensils , though of . course one would be as well , maybe better . ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 14 May 1896
When two Chinamen meet , theit way of saying 1 How do you do ? is How are youi bowels ? It amounts to the same thing . If the bowels are in good condition the rest of the system ia pretty sure to be all right . But when they are constipated , it has a halfparalyzing effect on the rest of the body —and the mind too . Headaches , dyspepsia , biliousness , « • nervousness , poor deep , weakness , heart palpitation and gloomy spirits ,. all come from constipation . And that isnt the worst of it : It lays your system open to all sorts of serious and dangerous illness . It isnt safe to neglect constipation and it isnt safe to use dangerous wrenching carthartics , to . overcome it , either . They leave you worse off than before . What is needed is a , mild natural laxative like Dr . Pierce s Pleasant Pellets . They act surely but - ^ JLthout any violence . They regulate and ; strengt ! ien the intestines to do their own work . When the Pleasant Pellets cure you , you are cured You dont bec...
NATIONAL FRUIT GROWERS ' V-A : - ' .- , ; UNION . A '• -::- ; [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 14 May 1896
NATIONAL FRUIT GROWERS V-A : - .- , ; UNION . A • -::- ; T NO . D . CUNNINGHAM , president J Georgia Fruit Growers Association , sends us the folowirig call for a meeting of fruit growers o fthe United States for the purpose of organizing the National Fruit Growers Union : To the Members and Officers of Local , County , District , and ; State Fruit Growers Unions : The time has come when it seems imperative that the fruit grower , to be financially successful , must identify himself with some plan in the disposition of his fruit-that will enable him to know what the markets of the ; world demand and when and how they want it . Some method of co - operation is the only means by which intelligent methods can be adopted and sustained . What is co-operation ? If twenty fruit growers find that by working together they can secure better results in marketing their product , and form a local union among themselves , it is much more necessary that twenty such local unions that may have forme...
QUESTIONS ANSWERED . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 14 May 1896
QUESTIONS ANSWERED . we shall try each week to answer ln this column questions about sheep , swine , cattle and dairy matters it our readers wiU write their questions upon paper containing no reference to subscriptions or to other departments ot the paper . —Chas . - IS . Olsson , Hollis , Kansas : The . dairy schools of Iowa and Minnesota are in connection with the state universities . • That of Iowa is at Ames , Iowa , that of Minnesota at St . Anthony Park , Minnesota . A ¦¦ . - * ¦ ¦¦¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ &lt; • - • • A A --Miss S . C . Gibbs , Kansas : If the article on Making Cheese at Home in this paper is not explicit enough to be of service : we think you : better let &gt; us send you Monrad s A B C ; , 0 f Cheese Making . It costs but fifty cents and gives right directions for making a variety of cheese . —Mrs . W . I . Templeton , Nebraska : The Varticle , Making Cheese at Home , on this page , will be a very good answer to your . questions about making cheese . As to r...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 14 May 1896
TOMATO GROWERS : Dont let your vines trail on the ground . Hold the plants up , giving them the sun and air . HUTCHINSONS FOLDING TOMATO TRELLIS is just the thing . It saves waste of time , land , fruit and money . It Is cheap—only $ 1 . 00 per dozen , 18 . 00 per 100 . Write for descriptive circular . AGBNTS make money . It sells at sight . ~ e &amp; m % Si HUTCHINSON , » 1 « W . Quincy Ave . Grlgr * svllle . 111 . Please mention the Western Rural . SUP CORN J jip fr Stowell s f | 9 p Evergreen raHU ~ p jm Choicest Seed ever offered , at a mt E £ mTA P ^ ce for table use as green corn im s si ^ f ° r f ° dder * ifr = € laf Per bushel $ 1 . 60 lie i ^ P ^ 3 Two bushels for 3 . 00 HI Eli Hi Six bushels for . 8 . 00 ¦ E Si H SAMPLE F 0 R 2-CENT POSTAGE . \ \ _ prp . _&amp; Sample , with our 116-page complete Bj |* Pi 3 g catalogue , 6 cents postage . JS I If AUGHANS SEED STORE IlKW II CHICAGO : 84 &amp; 86 Randolph St . ^ ^ WmWr W NEW YORK : 26 Barclay St . Ple...
WOOL GROWING IN WYOMING . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 14 May 1896
WOOL GROWING IN WYOMING . MAY is one of the most important peri cds of the year in Wyoming . Casper , Wyoming , is the center of the most important sheep country in the United States and sheep shearing is now at its height . Half a million sheep are grazing to-day on the low hills and prairie and among the mountains that are tributary to this place . In every direction as far as the eye can reach can be seen flocks of sheep . The one topic of conversation is sheep , the probable percentage of loss during the recent heavy storm and ( estimates as to the amount of wool that will be shipped from here this season . Even politics i £ -forced to the background and men are calculating how much their wOpl will yield them instead of making figures on the probable result of the great national conventions : These sheep cover a range that extends about 140 mites to the west , sev-enty-five miles to the north , forty miles to tbe east and fifty miles to the south ; There will be 3 , 500 , 000 po...
EARLY FINISH OF LIVE STOCK . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 14 May 1896
EARLY FINISH OF LIVE STOCK . E ARLY returns from a . venture in business are always in order . The meat producers are slow enough at best . Not long ago a beef animal was not finished , for the block until past forty months old . The sheep and swine were then » . * onsidered mature for meat at about twenty months of age . A score of years ago , with much cheap land and often wild free grazing , the cost was not considered seriously . Now every item of food is to be taken into account , as a rule . Grain may be cheap when used , but carefully stored the same grain is worth a good price within two years after harvesting . The value 6 f meats should , therefore , be calculated by the average value of the grain consumed . &gt; In early maturity the grain produces at least one-fourth more meat per bushel than when an animal is fed to a ripe age . This means a gain of one-fourth in tbe price of the grain and other food used . In another view it means as much , in the way of return...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 14 May 1896
Nervous People often wonder why their nerves are so weak ; why they get tired so easily ; why they start at every slight but sudden sound ; why they do not sleep naturally ; why they have frequent headaches , indigestion and nervous Dyspepsia The explanation is simple . It is found in that impure blood which is continually feeding the nerves upon refuse * instead of the elements of strength and vigor . In such condition opiate and nerve compounds simply deaden and do not cure . Hood s Sarsaparilla feeds the nerves pure , rich , red blood ; gives natural sleep , perfect digestion , is the true remedy for all nervous troubles . Hood s Sarsaparilla Is the One True Blood Purifier . $ 1 per bottle . Prepared only by cgt . Hood &amp; Co ., Lowell , Mass . H ^ v &gt; v ^^ r *» ir- ¦ • curelLive * r - : in 3 y eaSy ^ nOOU S PlHSf take , easy to operate . 25 C
NOTES . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 14 May 1896
NOTES . —A man who has made money out of agriculture says , I believe that hog raising , taken year in and year out ,, is the most profitable business a farmer can engage in . —In the Texas panhandle cattle buyers are numerous , but sales are slow , as sellers have plenty of grass and room for their cattle and are in no rush to sell . They are holding their steers about as tol-. lows :: Ones , $ 12 @ 14 ; twos , $ 16 @ 19 ; threes , $ 18 @ 21 , and stock cattle , $ 11 . 50 @ 14 . —No fewer than 11 , 399 dogs have been received at the dogs home , Battersea , from all parts of London , as the result of the muzzling order issued by the county council on Feb . 17 last . Of this number 9 , 450 have been destroyed and the new crematorium at the home has been kept in use all day and a great part of every night . —The dairymen in this country should look closely to the kind of men that are to represent them in legislative bodies , both state and national ; They should be men who at least ha...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 14 May 1896
The Western Rural 6 \ -- *? £ r * iggS * INHERE IS A RIGHT WAY to paint BEYMEB-BATJMAN I i ; T * 1 • 1 ¦ .- • Pittsburgh . ¦ and a wrong way ; I he right way is Pittsburgh to have the best Paint- —Pure White FAHNESZOOK ANCHOR Pittsburgl 1 Lead and Linseed Oil—applied by a pracEOKSTEIN } 9 inoi °° at - tical painter . The wrong way is to get A-TLAOTIO - j some mixture about which you know nothing BEooELTO and apply it yourself pr have some inexpeJEWECT ^ w TOIk- rienced , irresponsible person do it . ULSTER ~ W 7 ^ » &lt; M - ~ yr- tm MKCU „ Fm ^ e Wh ^ l ^ md SHCMAN i e COIUEE -j can be readily tinted to any shade required MISSOUEI st Louis j-jy usingf NATIONAL LEAD Co . s Pure White iCED SEAL J • o .- • • - ¦¦ . ¦ ¦ - .- SOUTHEEK J Lead Tinting Colors , prepared expressly for JOHNX . IEWIS &amp; BROS . CO tills DUrpOSC . PhiladelphiaA * r - , - M 0 ELE 7 Pamphlet giving valuable information and card showing samples fiATPW Cleveland . of colors free ; also cards show...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 14 May 1896
TO . CATXAWAy Friend , Neb . Fine stoat • . sales a specialty . Have made over 800 sales and win guarantee satisfaction . * T ^ ik JACKS AND JENNETS ^^ i f ^^ i fl ^^ Large Assortment . WJPV ] , Prize-winning Blood . IL ~ TR FalrdeallnR . Mule breeding solves _ t _ A \_____ E _ l the profit of the horse trade . Forpar- . ^ OBi ^^*™ 1 ticulars write A . TV . HOPKINS , PEttU , Iti .. SSS ^ MOSELEYS IBI IB I Jl OCCIDENT HBHIH I C 5 &amp; ma-SSr Y ° IH K M li ^ R ELEY T ^ RlfCHARD ¦ p ^ Bljja ] ma *\ __ m Manufacturing Co * SCOTTS CELEBRATED Charcoal Powders —FOR—Horses , Cattle , Hogs , Sheep and Fowls &amp;™ w no £ &amp; ual as a CONDITIONER and MEDICINE . They are highly medicated and perfectly Mfe . Price , one pound , 50 cents ; Vn pounds for $ 1 . 50 ; twenty pounds for $ 5 . Mention what animal medicine Is for and If for worms . A pamphlet on disease and treatment goes with the powder . Those who have sl « k MJarsftiB . a « y » ^ adraMTHE WESTERN RURAL 2 i...
AMONG HORSEMEN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 14 May 1896
AMONG HORSEMEN GOOD HORSE SALES . The twenty-sixth annual sale of light harness horses under the management of F . J . Berry &amp; Co . came off May 6 th at the Dexter Park Horse Exchange , Chicago . The 150 horses catalogued drew a big crowd of domestic and foreign buyers . Ainong horsemen and dealers in attendance were D . Howard , Cleveland , O . ; G . J . Mills , Clinton , la . ; M . Reeves , Marion , O . ; Chas . Wilson , Regina , N . W . Territory ; L . G . Anderson , Mukwohago , Wis . ; E . D . Hall , Bangor , Me . ; F . Scott , Scranton , Pa . ; E . A . Pease , Aurora , 111 . ; J . Conley , Philadelphia , Pa . ; Jas . Hartray , Evans ton , 111 . ; L . Strauss , New York City , N . Y . ; J . V . Van Norman ; Milwaukee , Wis . ; Afam MacHattie , Glasgow , Scotland ; Chas . Cuspert , London , Eng . ; E . Erebert , Muelebecke , Belgium , and many others prominent in the horse world . Single drivers sold around $ 150 to $ 1 , 000 , and coach and carriage teams around $ 25...