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ALLEGED FUN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896
ALLEGED FUN ... , - . . . . A KANSAS BREEZE . During one of the recent windy days in New York a discussion arose between some gentlemen at dinner about the velocity of wind . Each related a boastful story of his own experiences . One of the party , a hardy westerner , said he was once riding in a train through Kansas . There was what is called out there a light breeze blowing . I had occasion t » loqok out of the window , and the moment I put my head out off went my hat . What did . you do ? asked one of the party . Well , gentlemen , several people told me not to worry , that the breeze was , strong enough to taJke it th &amp; re . I sort of wondered what . they meant , but that hat was handed to me by the station agent at our next stop , about forty miles from where it blew out of the window ; We came along pretty fast , too—I guess about fifty miles an hour . But then eighty miles an hour for wind is called a light breeze in that country , and the hat went by the eighty-m...
COLONY NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896
COLONY NEWS NEXT EXCURSION D-A-TE . j Our . next excursion date to ^ Fair Oaks , California will be June 3 . The route via the Chicago ,, Burlington .- &amp; .. Quincy , Denver &amp; Rio Grande , Rio ( Jrande &amp; West-ern and , Central Pacific . Full details will be published later . This ; is a good time to see the state , and sample ! its fruits . We shall , have a ; select piarty and a special car .. We shall be pleased to give further iufqrma , tion to . any of ; our readers or friends , who desire to join us . In all probability this will be the last of the season . The improvements at Fair Oaks are going forward at a rapid pace . Our judg ? ment ip the selection of . this section and the Old San Juan Grant for this settlement has been abundantly , confirmed by inany people who are accustomed to making investments and who visited all the principal parts of the state before investing . The uniform decision is that Fair Oaks is the best . The following l...
Page 31 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896
&amp; CDCF ! Cntt ,, Isont * D ** } -seDdt &lt; : Hl * v £ orfreecata ! ogt ! e . ¦ nrl * 2- 6 tn &gt; 8 natural finish Baby Carriage with • ¦ ¦¦¦ plated steel wheels , axle , sprinprs ,. one pfoc « 2 o 2 . t h ^ , 1 ? i e , Jvl . e 5 I BBI l ? r I 5 , eP ! Carriages sent on 10 DAYS E 5 ? JES 5 !^ IJ tfT , PHO rjlcT 0 B * , * SAVE DEALERS PROFITS . OXFORD MDSK . CO .. 840 Wabash Are ., CHICAGO :
WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896
WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW &lt; GRAIN MARKETS . , Chicago , Tuesday , May 19 .. Outside of wheat there was not very much done in the various markets yesterday , arid even wheat was only moderately active . It was decidedly weak and lower , and , while a small decline was established on other commodities , they were quite steady , There was but a relatively higher shipping demand for anything , and little outside trade , while receipts were far from ¦ excessive . It was the weakness in wheat that governed prices in the other markets . Wheat closed for May 60 ^ 4 ; July 61 % ; September 62 . Receipts at nine primary points aggregated 290 , 000 bu ; shipments , 536 , 000-bu . Last year they were 259 , 000 and 526 , 000 respectively . The northwest had 501 cars , against 216 a year ago and 399 a week ago . Chicago received 6 cars of Winter and 4 of spring , 2 of the total being contract . To day 17 cars , are promised . Corn was quiet and very steady , fluctuating only ^ c per bu , wh...
Page 33 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896
nilinOATTUB « BOO ! AHD SHBBP SHP ^ BUNKER ft COGHMN LIVE STOCK COMMISSION . Union Mtoclfc Yards .... CHICAGO [ Eatabltahttd 18-71 . ] Square treatment and satisfaction guaranteed . We sell every man s stock fblrly on Its merits and give him as good treatment whether he ships us OIM car or a hundred cars . Proceeds remitted Immediately . If you have stock to ship , write ns description for best advice on the market , free . REFBHEN-njc : National Live Stock Bank , Chicago . H m ^ JT . . FREEMAN &amp; CO ., Commission . U M \ ^ T HAY AND STUATU , n | m _ mi \ Wsm \ H Commerce Bids * , 1 * 8 Pacific Ave ., Chicago . H GB mkT ^ wk H Correspondence and consignments solicited . Market reports famished •• application . Read bur market report on this page . •*• &lt;* « Ai __^ k \ m ± ^ tf ^ . * # * \ X / eare now the largest receivers of % fi # ^^ J % J ^ J % ¦ / -s VV W 6 ol direct from the GROWERS ^ fm # 4 r ^^ m s ,, ^ rw ^ 1 ofan yhouS 9 in thismark ^ - A few years 5 § ...
Woman ' s Life-Chain [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896
Woman s Life-Chain HOW • LINK ^ OF HAPPINESS ARE J ^ V- yFdEftBpVORl . BSpkBN ,-, ; ,. . MOBE INTERESTING THAN HYPNOTISM . The -. fascinating and surprising . romance s which deal witli hypnotism and mesmerism , • and th-e influence of one mind over another , seem at first thought almost too fanciful to have-any foundation in fact ; but , yet they realiy are founded on scientific facts wh ch cannot , be disputed ; they seem mysterious because they are uncommon . The Influence of one mind oyer another is really no more remarkable than the influence Which our own minds exert over onr own bodies , and the contrary effect which our bodies have over our minds . Who would believe , for instance , that any one could get a crick in the neck just from imagining that a window is open behind him when really it Is closed ; yet this has actually occurred ; and there * are numberless quite , as surprising Instances , when the influence works In the other direction—from the body to the mind , lt i...
QUERIST COLUMN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896
QUERIST COLUMN 61 gn your name and address to all letters for this department . We take no notice of unsigned communications We will not publish the names if so requested . Questions will t &gt; ot be answered unless written on p * per containing no reference to subscriptions or other departments of the paper . ¦ Questions of law ln this column are answered by O . R . Barnett , of the Chicago Bar , 1616 Monadnook Buildtog , Chicago . Owlne to the large number of legal questions received by this department with requests for reply by mail , we shall hereafter answer no legal queries by mail unless accompanied by a lew of SJ per question . • CREDIT LIMITED . —Is the Clifton Soap Manufacturing Co ., of Cincinnati , Ohio , responsible?—Delos Babcock , Wisconsin ; DO NOT KNOW : —VThe first , the last , the best , the Clnclrinatus of the west —Of whom was It said and by whom?—Subscriber . CITIES USING GAS . —Please name some « ltles In Missouri where there Is either natural « r art...
Page 35 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896
A Stomach Out of Order Is a poor assistance In furnishing blood and bone . It hinders rather than assists the system in its work . A weak or dyspeptic stomach is the foundation of many ailments . Dr . Peter s Blood Vitalizer tbe old Swiss-German remedy regulate * and strengthens the digestive organs . while lt purifies the blood and invigorates the system . It was discovered by an old German physician and has been In use for over one hundred . years , though not extensively advertised .-. It seldom fulls to cure all diseases caused • by impoverished brim pure blood or from disordered stomach . No drug-store medicine ; is sold only toy regular Vitalizer agents ; Persons livings where there are ; no agents for Dr . Peters Blood Vitalizer ¦ can . by sending $ 2 . 00 , obtain twelve 85-cent trial bottles direct from , the proprietor : This offer can only be ott » • tainedonce by the same person . Write to DR . PETER FAHRNEY , Ma and 114 So . Hoyne Ave ., CHICAGO . fill ! ft FAD 3 UH ? f...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896
SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION . —AUT . IilTEBATUBE . OBATOBT ; -ThoroughMethodsfor-BssttStu dentsv 44 KecitalSi Summer Tirm . Plymouth , Masw . ; July 8 . i atalogue free . Also specinen copy &lt; of the new . review . Expression . Address S S . CURRY , Ph . D . or EXPRESSION , * 463 Boylston Street , Boston , Mass .
. TRANSPLANTING .., ... , ., [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896
. TRANSPLANTING .., ... , ., W TTH a number of varieties of plants ¦ s growing in a hot bed or seed bed is the rule and then after a good start to grow has been made the plants are transplanted where it is intended to have them grow . Two causes more than all others combined are the source s of loss ; one is in permitting the roots of the \ plants to get dry while transplanting and the other is failing to pfress the soil sufficiently close up around the roots so that they will come in close contact . The one can be avoided by having a shallow vessel into which a quantity of rich , sandy loam can be put and water added until it is of the consistency of cream , into this the plants should be put , stirring around carefully so that the soil will adhere to the roots . Have the ground prepared in a good time . When it can be done it is always best to transplant as soon as possible after the ground is ? prepared . - s yy ••; - With all plants it will be best to set the plants reasonably d...
Page 36 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896
pjr Ho-waidCKainlessBicycl © &gt;| ML imKTlie first man in any town who buys one will be f-UWlPpI allowed an agent s discount ( tnd offered an agenEaRI ~ WSg _ f cy , wheretiy be gets commissions that will pay for ^ tBEtfMv DU WheeL OT at leas t reduce tbe cost . Address . -HOWABD , m Summer Av „ Newark , XJ * Please mention the Western Rural . Dunkirk , N . Y KELPS FRUIT GROWERS MAKE MONEY . Monthly . SAMPLE FREE . TOMATO GROWERS : Dont let yonr Tires trail on the ground . Bold tbe plants up , giving them tbe sun and air . HUTCHINSONS FOLDIKG TOMATO TRELLIS is just , tbe thing . It saves waste ot time , land , fruit and money . It . is cheap—only $ Ml ) per dozen , 18 . 00 per IW . Write for descriptive circular . AGKNTS make money . It sells at sight . Si HUTCHINSON , 81 « W . Quincy Ave . i © rl ** svllle , 111 . Please mention the Western Rural . 11 ^ MAiaSHALLTOWNWELL fV DRILLING MACHIHE ¦ VV The MostSimpIe . Durable end Light I \ \ Running Machine Made ¦ W Vv steam or ...
Page 36 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896
FARMFRS So ^ sssfet ^ fcr *¦*&amp; « If IIIIILIt U HayPrendtWatermmb ? nnLOACH MILL MFG . CO .. 864 Atlanta . Ck * * .. . . * ¦ ¦ . ¦ .. - . .. . ;¦ •• - &gt; -: ¦• , — . • \ * • v . v APAE Agents profits per month . Will ,. preve it . ( Ou-bU or pay forfeit . . New articles just out . * pw «» w A $ 1 Sti Fample and-terms free . Try us- ^ . v CHIDESTE B &amp; SON , 28 Bond St , New Tor * : . ;/ •¦ - * i ¦ - ••¦ - • Please mention the Western Rural . * ¦ % ? BINDER TWINE . ABSOLUTELY NEW , FRESH TWINE . NO b-Lii STOCK . «; T ; T , T . • ., Wanted—A few more first-class agents - 1 o sell direct to farmers . Best Quality * Lowest Prices , Big Commissions . W ; C . FdQELMAN &amp; CO / 15 West Lake St ., Chicago . Please mention the Western Rural . RAILROAD LANDS For Sale at Low Prices and on . Easy Terms . The Illinois Central Railroad Company offer * for sale on easy terms and at low prices 150 , 000 acres of choice fruit , gardening , farm and gracing l...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896
$ i . oo a Year 3 «-Page Nttntber May a8 , 1896 HESTERN ^§ TvURAL liiwEmm KwEttor ¦ ¦ $ ?^ \ J&amp; ; ^ ^^ J^^^ ifS ^^^^^^^^ v ^ . ¦ ^ JNL I THE EDITORIAL OUTLOOK— \ fj / FINS , FEATHERS AND HONEY BEES— I News Comments ..... . 711 ^ . Home-Made Incubators ... . . 722 fl The 16 to 1 Army . 724 t Beekeeping for Women . 722 I Level-Headed Frenchmen 724 r Questions Answered .. 722 f What Colorado Wants . ... . • 724 Poultry Houses for Cold Climates 722 • A Definite Statement ....... 724 Watch the Turkeys 723 | For a Plain Issue 724 How to .. Succeed 723 I , Shylock s Shrewdness • 725 Notes . ; 723 g Daily Doings 725 B WOMAN AND THE DOMAIN— | HERDS , FLOCKS AND DAIRY— News of the Battle—Poem . 726 I Portable Creamery Cans 712 Loami the Volunteer . ,... 726 I 1 Questions Answered .. I 712 The Pauper Soldier . ; 727 | N Notes 712 A Can of Salmon 728 II i Thesheep ^ Question :: ; . ; : ; :: ;; ; :: ; ::::::: 713 HoneyasaFood 728 § Water for the Hogs ..:.. ,. 713 TSotL ^ rlyer ¦ %£ ¦...
THE STRAWBERRY . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896
THE STRAWBERRY . ( A paper read by R . M . Kellogg , Ionia , at the Bound-up of the State Institutes at Grand RapIdi , Mich ., Feb . 13 . ) ( Concluded . ) 0 NE thing I wish to emphasize , and that is the absolute necessity of cultivating the ground on the same day the plants are set , if the soil be very dry . The feet of the workmen tramp the ground down hard close around the plant , capillary action brings the water from below directly in contact with the hot sun and wind , and the ground soon dries out to a great depth and hundreds of plants perish , whereas if the surface is loosened up to destroy capillarity , the water would collect around the roots and every plant live and a vigorous growth be sustained from the start . If the ground is fairly mellow and friable , the Z . Breed weeder in the hands of a careful and skillful man , will go over the ground at the rate of twenty-five acres per day , killing all little weeds and doing all that can be done by any cultivator , and I...