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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

ALPHA-DE LAVAL CREAM SEPARATORS . t .- Tf IaH-. Do laval Alpha Baby I ! - W _ t Cream Separators were [ I- -9 ^ Bret and have ever been aJ-JiJHjj kept best and cheapest . j J j - *» s ^ They are guaranteed su- £ JLul periortoall imitations and ^ gggMI infringements . Endorsed M ? aw & . by all authorities . Move ^ 9 K | than 150 , 000 in use . Sales , If S S KN I ten to one ° f a others . \ [ SMBjg combined . All styles and > 4 jgHK \ sizes— $ 50 .-to $ 225 .- Save iflMlrffm ^ 5 . - to $ 10 .- per cow per- * Ns ££ J | l ||| LV year over any setting j | SlSJ 68 g 5 » x , > system , and S 3- to $ 5 .-- j £ | i ~ f §§ i ^ 9 per cow per year over any « * aPS * * ar * * a imitating separator . Htm \ «** - New and improved ma ~ tt if- -SJ - \ A \ chines for 1899 . Send for- <_ - *» - . ¦ Va new Catalogue containing / f •; . . -.,- JU ? a fund of up-to-date dairy H ^ iiC- 1 information . THE DE LAVAL SEPARATOR GO . RANDOLPH & CANAL S...

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The Three Hundred Pound Cow * [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

The Three Hundred Pound Cow * . By H . C . Goodrich . . . ... THE tliree hundred pound cow is . no myth , though many people are . very skeptical concerning : the ; ability of nnv cow to produce that much butter , in a Vear . Neither is - she- • necessarily . one of these pure-bred animals 7 , whose-high price nuts her above the reach of the ordinary farmer . She is an-everyday farmer s cow , that may be bred and- reared , on , every farm-. ¦ .. : ¦ • ¦ ¦ -. ¦ ¦¦ * ! . y But how are We to get a herd of 300pound cows ? Of course ; if one . has plenty of money , with theexercise of . proper care in selection he can buy them . Another way , which calls : for the outlay of but little money , is to raise them . Ten years ago . at Hilltop Fa fnV . we / got -. together a herd of ten cows ,-of whicha part were n-rade Jerseys arid-the rest : common-cows . TjVe then bought * a good Jersey bulh to head the herd . , Fromthis beginning we now have a herd of thirty cows that have passedthe 300-pm...

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. . .... Garden and Orchard : Helps [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

. . .... Garden and Orchard : Helps \ - 7 IRGIN soil and a hoe . well applied Y / will usually produce good results in »¦ garden .. or orchard providing good seed and-good stock have been . -used . Contihiial cropping . with the same variety of plants . or trees ., will exhaust soil . Though a hand , hoe can not be excelled for some kinds of work there are implements , both hand and horse ; that will * do so much more work so much easier that it is often economy to lay aside the hoe and use something else . • Farmers and gardeners are beginning to realize that it pays better to keep up the fertility of the soil than to restore it after being lost , hence the more common use of manure In some sections and the raising of crops to be turned under green in other sections of the country . Besides the use of barn yard manure and green crops for enriching purposes the custom of employing sp _ eeial fertilizers tor specific crops is becoming more and more general among gardeners and orehard...

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

To Make Dairying Pay is a problem that is BSBiiiii | = p | r easily . solved ifthefarm- BKffrwl er Has good cows and a WFlffl Safety . Hand Separa- Brill tor , to do the skimming . ™ KB 5 qit The _ machine ; . will pay TrB for itself io six months ,. ¦ llifflls ? and will lastalitetimeJ , lapi & R There , is considerable . JtBJ-Jaa ^ saving of labor . in ; , its ¦ W ? usel ; when compared with : ^ 9 { rj the , , pan system , aside _ 3 s _ KWl froth the 7 20 to 25 per /^ f cent saving of bu tter fat . Jr Wmt _ Oiir free circulars tell ^^ MH D ^ < P . n . SHARPLES , , Branches : Toledo , O . Omaha , Neb . West Chester , Pa . ; J Elgin , III . St . Paul , Mtnn . Dubuque , Ia . San Francisco , Oal . DUROO JERSEY HOGS , REGISTERED STOOK . Send stamp for ti 4-paee catalogue . Illustrated . Prices and history . J . M . STONEBRAKER , Panola , III . BIG IMPORTS ! O PRIZE BERKSHIRE PIGS . Gold Medal Herd , over all—2 years in succession . Prize Leicester , Cotswold and ...

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Poultry Points [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

Poultry Points By Velrna Caldwell Melville . T ~ W TE , had supposed , inthe used-to-X / V he time , ¦ that there were off » * seasons in the poultry business ; that , is times of year when there was not much to do or much to write about . Well , we dont think so now ; at least we do not think there is a time when there is not much to do , though to be sure the worst of it comes off the male member of the firm in winter , and he is up and about it before daylight . X . . r There , are five fowl bed-rooms to ; clean every ; morning , for not a droppingpis / allowed to remain . These he rakes off the platforms with a hoe , into a long , shallow box andat once empties onto , the garden ; 1 Then : he makes their breakfast . Th is-jis done by placing a quantity of chopped clover hay in a candy pail and pouring a tea kettle of boiling water on it . This he lets stand until cool ; pours off surplus-wa-ter , just leaving the clover so that a i couple PC good handfuls of corn meal or chopped...

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BUY THE BEST . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

BUY THE BEST . If you want the best low down wagon you should buy the Electric Handy Wagon . It is the best because lt is made of the best material ; the best . broad tired Electric Wheels ; best seasoned white hickory axles ; all other wood parts of the best seasoned white oak . The front and rear hounds are made from the best angle steel , which is neater , stronger and in every way better than wood . Well painted ln red and varnished . Extra length of reach and extra long standards supplied without additional cost when requested . This wagon is guaranteed to- carry 4000 lbs . anywhere . Write the Electric Wheel Co ., Box 31 , Quincy , Illinois , for their new catalogue which fully describes this wagon , their famous Electric Wheels and Electric Feed Cookers .

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A Word for Ducks [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

A Word for Ducks A SUBSCRIBER to the New York Tribune gives the following interesting experience and opinion : . I have always found poultry growing profitable / and for fifty years have taken personal charge of the fowls on my farm , but as I live in a thickly settled neighborhood 1 f . ave kept for many years only chickens , r . 6 turkeys would trespass on my neighbors and my experience with ducks when a . boy had greatly prejudiced me against them , and for thirty years I had not had a duck on the farm . In 1895 my wife bought a sitting of White Pekin duck eggs , from which we hatched eleven ducklings the last week in May . I submitted to the nuisance , as I supposed it would be , as my better half assured me that she only wanted to have roast duck a few times and would not ask me to keep any of them over winter , but before they were ten weeks old I had become so interested in them that I determined to keep them , and I sent for a book on duck culture and began to study it with ...

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Bees Breeding Early [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

Bees Breeding Early . , \ . . By A . H . Duff . THE industrious busy bees do not wait until tliey feel the touch of warm , balmy air in spring time before getting down- to business , but take an early start by beginning so early that the winter is yet on in full blast , and seemlrigly from instinct they know just about the exact time to begin with their spring work so as to enable them to be ready and in the proper shape to gather a good harvest when , it is ripe and ready for them . A colony of bees in a proper and healthy condition will begin to rear brood thelast of February or the first , of March in real earnest , and push the work to their utmost capacity from this time on . They can but make slow headway now , for with their usual small cluster of bees in the hive they cannot economize much heat , which is so necessary in- rearing brood . But they make a successful start by the queen laying a few ; eggs in the comb im the center of the cluster of the bees , perhaps of no larg...

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¦ * » »— -: : — _ The Adaptability of the Poultry ' ••• ¦ • 'Business • -.- • .. * [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

¦ * » »—- : : — _ The Adaptability of the Poultry ••• ¦ • Business • -.- • .. * P ERSONS living in-towns or where , if they raise chickens , they must keep the fowls confined to limited runs , will find them a source of pleasure as well as profit , if they are given careful attention , especially in providing plenty of green food . Nothing . can be more satisfactory than fresh eggs or a fat fowl of our own raising to the family in- the village , and the neighbors are always willing to take the surplus eggs and chickens ,, for they know what they a . re buying in such a case . Even in a large town , whiere the house lots are very small , chickens maybe kept , but there it is , best to- have the Eeavier breeds , such as the Asiatics , for they are more docile by nature and bear confinement better than-others : or Bantams may be tried ; as a rale , they are prolific layers and take up very little room . Besides furnishing that rarity of the city , fresh 6 ggs , ; they will yield as muc...

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Best Table Fowls [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

Best Table Fowls TO produce a large and heavy fowl is orie . thing and to produce one with weight , arid meat combined to the best advantage for table purposes is another .. , ; ,. ; The Brahma is the largest and heaviest fowl , with the Cochin and Langshan closely competing with it in size and weight . But in none of these three breeds are weight and meat combined as satisfactorily to the . consumer , when the fowl is dressed and cooked , as it is in several other breeds . The fanciers of the country—those that make mating and breeding with a view to utility a study—have : tried for many years to produce a breed of -fowls that would have small bones aod sinews , with plumpness of breast , meaty thighs and shortness of leg and neck—in other words , a compact , blocky bird , with plenty of meat and little-bone . W ORKING in this line they have evolved the Plymouth Rock and Wyandotte , the two best known , and most popular American breeds . These two breeds are not perfection . Yet th...

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Humorous Geese [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

Humorous Geese OF barnyard fowls the geese are the most intelligent . It is related of a pair-of geese that they used to round up thechickens which strayed in from- the neighbors and play pranks with them for the fun of it ,, says the New York Sun . One day a dozen of a neighbor s hen flock came visiting and the geese entertained them . The chickens were corralled in a fence corner , and the geese flapped their wings and hissed , showing great joy when the ; chickens exhibited fear . Just then the farmer came out : and 1 began , to feed-his flock . Between hen-baiting and eating , these geese did not know what to do . They wanted to eat , and would begin to eat . Then the chickens would ; start away . That made the geese so uneasythat they could not eat . After a bit the chickens started along the fence toward a little stream of water with-eighteen-inch high banks . . • On seeing this the geese stopped eating and went to the strearn andi swam down it toward the spot for which the he...

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

^ J ! Tari __ THI- KHPROVKD « g VICTOR Incubafor ¦ JlMBBi Hatehw Ohlekms by Steam .. Absolutely W ^ MM ^ WH Ml & M-Balai _ -ac * Th * simplest , n « t Gftta- Ir I Mllatil * , sad « h « ap « rt flrft-olaii Hatcher * IORII » ¦ N * In tfc * market Ofrenlars FREK . ( . ou ¦ CEO . BBTBIi OO ^ QPINOY , ILL . mJL BRABAZONSPOUCTRVm & ii * 7 y & - ^ lce List of Eggs and Fowls for sale . Is T ^ vi * Cfc / a buyers guide of 70 varieties , price 10 c . fS £ jR ^« £ 2 * - -uls ° * fowls from life . J . R . Brabazon , ^ timm \ A & l Sr ., Glenview Farm , Delavan . Wis . PURE ROSE COMB BROWN LEGHORN . By an experienced breeder of thoroughbreds . -Eggs—tl . for 16 . MBS . J . P . STET . LE , Dablgren , 111 . S ^ ^ BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS , $ 7 ott OOO t 0 $ aoo each . MAMMOUTH BRONZE vrvrvr TUKKEYS $ 3 . 00 to $ 4 . 00 . IKA COTTXNGHAM , Eden , 111 . BeBt s 0 rns BURRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS- & 6 them for 15 yrs , and have always given satisfaction...

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Great Meeting of Horticulturists [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

Great Meeting of Horticulturists By John W . Lloyd . ¦ A . ( Continued from last weekl ) THURSDAY morning . Prof . Wendell Paddock of Geneva , gave the results , of his recent investigations concerning : apple canker wliich . works on the cambinm V of . tlie trees , with the effect of girdling the limb , and sometimes kills whole orchards . Some varieties • are attacked - worse- than others . The disease was more prevalent on low land . than . high . As the result of careful experiments in the laboratory ;; Prof . Paddock concludes that this fungus is identical with that causing the black rot of the aipple , quince and pear . Remedy : Spray with Bordeaux as a preventive . The fungus cannot be killed by spraying after it once gets into the bark . A In the discussion which . followed , some one stated that , cutting out the diseased parts will sometimes save the tree . STRAWBERRIES . MR . HERBERT W . COLMNGWOOD , managing editor- of the . Rural New Yorker , told how to grow strawberri...

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Successful Onion Culture [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

Successful Onion Culture ( Continued from page 210 . ) lenst twice during the previous summer to kill wf > ed seeds . Of course when it is not possible to secure manure , one must resort to commercial fertilizers . I prefer the ground bone to any other , but large crops nre raised by the use of superphosphates . PREPARATION OF THE SOIL . THIS is one of the main points ; remove all refuse of previous crops in time to complete the work before the ground fvpR 7 . es up . and spread 1 the composted maiiurp ovenly , at the rate of twenty wagonloads per acre . This should first be cultivated in , and then the ground plowed a moderate depth , taking a narrow furrow in oidev to thoroughly mix the manure with the soil . Carefully avoid 1 tramping : on the around during :, the . winter . Cultivate or thoroughly dfagVthe soil with a heavy ,-har-vo-w as early in the ^ sprih g , as it can be worked , and then in the opposite direction with a light one , after which the entire surface ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

Those who write advertisers will confer a favor if they will mention this paper .

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