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Fins , Feathers and Honey Sees ; f [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896

Fins , Feathers and Honey Sees ; f BEATS THE INC DBATOR . ( Little Ben . Leigh Smith , Lucerne Fruit Farm , Aurora , Illinois , sends us the following . -Ed . ) . . / To the Editor : This is true . A few days ago , while attending to . my barn chores I heard a muffled , peeping sounds aslf of-a nest of young chicks , in the fodder mow . I climbed up and ransacked for the cause of the noise , but could not fiiidit . The next morning I hegrd it again and one ofthe hired boys and myself determined to find it—so up vre climbed . I hurt my head badly in doing sp , but soon a bright little chick and two kittens were handed out to me , from the same nest . - Evidently a venturesome hen had made a nest and laid one egg when the cats made claim and hatched her egg for her . This beats the incubator , as it hatched every egg . GOVERNMENT AID TO BEE-KEEP- ¦ .. ; ERS . T HERE is no more vital question to bee-keepers , says W . K . Morrison in Gleanings in Bee Culture , than this : What can be ....

Publication Title: Western Rural And Livestock Weekly
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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896

I 1 •• . )? i Were Made f • k \ ijp ** tS they were all ? J wool , and that they would last like • • iron , but you might have known # 0 that was not true because they were • 5 Too Cheap | 2 to be Oood . | J It s lust the same with Harvesting 5 J Machines and Binder Twinei Your J J only protection is to buy good goods J • from reputable men , and pay an w • honest price for them . • • When you buy # PEERING I Roller Bearing j I Binders and Mowers I t and Deering Binder Twine |; • you get a guarantee from the great- • • est harvesting machine firm in the • • world that they are thoroughly well m • made and are in every particular S 7 A Just exactly what we say they are . J-- * j Send for catalogue . Free to farmers . 5- ? BEEPING HARVESTERCO . ; f A Fullerton and Clybourn Aves . G ti IG , A GO T Please mention the Western Rural . • NETHERVWEHOSTACKEis ^^^ T PRACTICAL ^» MOST PO ^ W ^ —^ V ^ SHE ^ B | K ^ If ]¦* mr tff ^ WTITfiriL J ** - ^^ AtT ^ ffll & sw , NOI S § w ^ tR...

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896

KEEPERS SSp ^ cop GLEANINGS IN BE & , CULTURE . A Handsomely Illustrated Dm * -Pnnn ¦«• B Magazine , and Catalog of 066 oUPDIIBS FREE . THE A . I . ROOT CO ., Medina , O ^^» * F 5 ^• B * J !? . # **» H . antf fjBk \ f CAM Mills for Poaltrymen . I ^^ A Dalnr Bone Cutter ., Power Mills . VC ^ Pg r _ Cfeenl » r and tart !*—alals Free . ^•^^ fmaoiniKoaH B * SU > 0 , p « . Please mention tbe Western RnraL IIIC HAVF on hand a flne lot of laod and water WF •¦ ¦ t fowls , and prices to suit hard timea ! ¦ Send for price-list and order at once . MRS J . C . PHJMB , Mllton . Wl .. BREEDER OF FANCY POULTRY SrSTArS B ° i ^ hkS ? D C ^ n b L , a Br \ nmas J ? 1 »» B »»» M . S . C B Leghorns . 8 . P . Hamburg . Eggs $ 1 per 15 . Circular free . JOHN McDKHMOTT . Canton , 111 . ;[ FRUIT PLANTS CH AP . HS /* EGGS PROM HOUDANS ! S . * JOHN M W 1 HE , Freeport , IU . CPPC ^ -for oumew , finely 11- milfl A LUhll ^ J 6 ? W-Page Catalogue HI IN IK T . UU . ¥ - of Poultry and Poultr...

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lliE FARMERS' SltiB [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896

lliE FARMERS SltiB • THE STRADDLE-BUG . ^ Mary Morrison . I know , It s burryin * times just now , -But seems to me it s sense * -. ¦ _ , To sort p view the landscape , o er , While settin * on the fence . To size the situation up •] An look this . way an that . ¦ A matter viewed from every side Is easier to git at . . . j The 1 farmer s row in this ere world • Is mighty hard to hoe , An . il he keeps it . slick and clean fete gits there , now ; ye know , ^ An fore I jine the reglar ranks - . u ; Id like to ,, see ; some . show . ¦ ¦ . Of keepin even , anyhow ,. ., ; An reapin , when I sow . i The weeds contend their prior claim * To every foot ^ o grbuhd * . ¦ ,- ¦ An if you want to fight em off You ve got to hustle round . . While every stalk of wheat and oats , Of corn * and titerstoo , Mtiat fight with forty kinds of bugs * ^ efo re they worry . threugh . The farmer mixes up a dope For every other day , , An trpts , around amongst his stuff Withj ladle an with sprayl An where he...

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GATHER THE FORCES . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896

GATHER THE FORCES . To The Editor : —Those who are m favor of a Gold and Silver League may neglect to promptly demand that our editor should prepare necessary blanks or other instriicr tions , so , if it would not be asking too much , we suggest that our most esteemed editor outline the formation of a League , or make such suggestions through the paper as , according to his judgment , would be necessary . * ¦ ! will , ? iow ask a few questions : 1 . Are hot tlie editors who are trying to secure justice for the people through the ju ^ dicioiis use of the ballots more patriotic than those who are strictly partisan ? 2 . Why do those who are opposed to a single standard monetary system read editorials which are opposed to their views ? Has not the patronizing of papers which are making a defense for the enemy caused the goldites to make a more strenuous effort or demand ? - . 3 . Should not we , who are demanding that silver shall again occupy the position it did prior to its demonetiz...

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^ HICH ^ ARE ttEPUiSLICANS ? ; [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896

^ HICH ^ ARE ttEPUiSLICANS ? ; The . drift pf ? Re ^ biicair state platforms is for the gold ^ standard MMT to straddle , which meansI the game thing / Undoubtedly the St , Louis platform will be of thc same character . The ¦ questibri will then arise , which are true Republicans—those who stand for : the restoration of silver . and refuse to be coe ^ ed intb endorsing the gbld standard , or those who follow the lead of Shylock ? Thisiquestiqrijcan best be determined by those who in time past have stood as the exponents of Republican principles . . Aside from Lincoln , James G . Blaine was undoubtedly the foremost exponent of such principles . On the question of silver ; in a speech in the Senate , February T , 1878 ( see Congressional Record , page 820 and 822 ) , he said : . , ,, I believe gold and silver coin to be the money of the Constitution ; indeed , the money of the American . people anterior v to . the Constitution which that great organic law recognized as quite independe...

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IN ANSWER TO THE ABOVE QUES -.. * - .-i ' i TIONS . „ .. • • - [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896

IN ANSWER TO THE ABOVE QUES- .. * - .-i i TIONS . „ .. • • - 1 . The question answers itself . The one is . looking , to the best interests of the country , while the others have their hooks , in the political pie-counter . 2 . It s hard to tell writers they need that kind of stimulus tbfget their mad up to the fighting point . > •* 3 . There can be no question , on that point , except that it is well to-keep posted on the tactics of the enemy . 4 . We hope such may be the result . Its readers have had a chance to test its . metal , arid know where to find it . To contribute our share to the cause we will furnish the Rural to new recruits for the campaign the rest of this year from the time the money is received for 25 cents , or the paper and that most excellent eye-openerj the book Money vs . Products , or Why Tiihes Are Hard , for 35 . cents . No . better work can be . done for silver than getting subscriptions under this offer . From this time until after the election...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896

T HE WESTERN WRM ¦ Gen . Cl Ii . Howard , Editor . Jas . W . \ VHson , Business Mgr . . . / • Chicago , J ^ OU 20 , 1896 . 215 MADISON STREET , . _ * . . .. / . \ ¦ - ¦ • ^ - ¦ •• .. • • • .. ¦ . . To the Farmers and . All Industrial Workers of the United States who Earn their Bread by H . onest . Toil :, Greeting ! , Dear Friend : —If you are a student of prevailing conditions , as every producer should be , ypu are doubtless aware that we are confronted by the most serious crisis in the history of the American people . On the right solution of the great financial question hangs the weal or woe of the producing classes . We are not sensationalists , nor do we cry wolf when no danger impends , but after years of careful study , weighing the evidence of history with existing conditions , and measuring the motives of the forces now at work , we firmly believe that liberty itself hangs in the balarice . With the decision of this all-important question is involved the issue whether we a...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896

SWINGING ROUND THE CIBCLE . Uncle Sam : Grover , you r making me dizzy ; why dont you use both oars amd go straight ahead ? products in relative proportion , the farmer will enjoy greater prosperity than if he only got fifty cents a bushel for his products , even though he must pay in like prPportion for what he has to buy . * , The fixed charges which he must pay are no higher with products on the dollar basis than on the fifty cents basis . Consequently with products on the dollar basis a much larger surplusage remains after these charges are paid . This surplus he spends on machinery , household goods , better clothing , books , etc ., etc ., thus increasing the demand for the products of those engaged in other lines of industry ; in this way bringing prosperity to all who labor for their bread . The gold . contractionists well understand this principle and , whatever their pretensions may be , they are seeking their own interest and not that of the industrial classes . They want...

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Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896

Tear This Out and Hand it to Your Neighbor and Send for More for Distribution , Let the Light Shiire .

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HOW SHALL THE LIGHT SHINE ? [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896

HOW SHALL THE LIGHT SHINE ? As a member of the industrial class , dear reader , this question involves your interests perhaps to a greater extent than you know , and we cannot too strongly urge upon you the importance of uniting with others irrespective of party to force this finaricial issue to the front and settle it as it should be settled , to bring prosperity to the people who labor for their bread . In union there is strength . Also we cannot urge you too strongly to keep well posted yourself and tp let your light shine . The most effective way to do this is tb read and circulate good literature . In this work the enemy has the advantage of unlimited means . To offset , this we have truth , justice and an honest purpose . These must in the end prevail . What they give free we shall have to pay a small price for , but the readingmatter we get by thus paying for we shall better appreciate . And if after reading it we loan it where it will do the iriost good , a wide circle will ...

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IT AMOUNTS TO THE SAME THING . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896

IT AMOUNTS TO THE SAME THING . The Capitalist : Pile in your goods , my man , if ypu want gold to use in paying your interest and taxes ; you see the weight of the dollar has not changed . . Producer : Perhaps not , but somebody has been monkeying with the scales . —The Bimetallist .

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Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896

Recruit a Squad for the Wealth Producers 16 to I Army . Put on Your Fighting Clothes . We Must Win This Fight ,

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ABOUT ORGANIZATION [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896

ABOUT ORGANIZATION H irst we need something about which to rally . We have had many years experience in this work and therefore feel qualified to suggest and to take the lead until others better qualified shall be appointed . We therefore suggest the following as a declaration of principles about which we cari rally : Suggested Platform . Leaving the domestic affairs of the several states to those party organizations already occupied therewith , and believing that the Senate of the United States is quick tb respond to the clearly expressed will of the people , we confine our present attempt to the election of the president , vice-presi-dent and representatives in Congress on the following demand : That the mints of the United States shall be reopened to equally unrestricted coinage for gold and silver into the unlimited legal tender money of the United States ; the gold to issue in the present standard gold coins , and the silver to issue in the present standard silver dollars . For...

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OTHER ISSUES [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896

OTHER ISSUES While there are . many other questions of importance which need to be settled and which ihust be settled before the people can reach a full measure of prosperity , this question of the restoration of silver is by far the most important ; Shall we riot then concentrate our energies on this one issue and settle , it first ? If we can on this issue elect a President and Congress who fully represent the people , we can rest assured they will be patriotic enough to pass other essential measures to promote the welfare of the industrial classes . With this one object in view » therefore , we suggest that you talk the matter over with your neighbors and friends , irrespective of party affiliations , who are like-minded , and organize a post or company in what we suggest be called the Sixteen to One Army . It is a very busy time at present for farmers , we know , but this is a very important matter , and one which you can well take time to make a part of your business . As we ha...

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Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896

We Would Win This Battle We Must Get to Work NOW , so Put on Your Fighting Clothes and Enlist for tlie ^ a | . v /* . *

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