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NEWS COMMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

NEWS COMMENTS Another international athletic contest will occur in June , when a crew of oarsmen from Yale College will meet with the crack English college teams at the Henley regatta . If the Americans are as successful as they were in Greece , last year s defeat of the Cornell crew at Henley will be wiped out and the exultation of the Britons turned into mourning . Good wishes to the young athletes . The order issued by Gen . Weyler , prohibiting the exportation of tobacco from Cuba , only applies to the better class of tobacco known as Habana . The restriction does not apply to the common grade , the kind usually imported by the manufacturers / of the United States . The disorganization of the tobacco industry of Cuba is giving the growers of the United States a fine opportunity , which they are not slow to improve . The Senate held a lively debate on Friday last on Senator Butler s resolution prohibiting the issue of any more interest-bearing . bonds without the authority of Con...

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HOWARD & WILSON PUBLISHING COMPANY , N . B . Corner Madison arid Franklin 5 ts . TERMS : $ 1 . 00 per year . Subscriptions may begin with any number . CLUB TERMS : 80 cents a year in clubs of five ; 75 cents 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 , or other book is wanted . Write for terms to agents or for terms on Special Premiums . All communications should be addressed WESTERN B 17 SAI ., Chicago , 111 . EASTERN OFFICE ( for advertising department only ) : FRANK S . SMITH , 47 Times Building , New York . Entered at tbe Chicago Postofflcc as Second-class matter .

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.-.. ' . ¦• .. " •¦ ' .- ¦ ¦¦ ''' - ¦' : •" . '' " *;¦ •'¦ ' -ti •'¦ '"¦ v ;" -.: • . ' V ' ' " - ' . . - ^ . * : ' , • l ' v Herds , Flocks and Dairy [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

.-.. . ¦• .. •¦ .- ¦ ¦¦ - ¦ : • . *;¦ •¦ -ti •¦ ¦ v ; -.: • . V - . . - ^ . * : , • l v Herds , Flocks and Dairy PORTABLE CREAMERY CANS .. T OO much confusion of ideas seems to s prevail regarding the shape , size and number of cans to be desired in a portable creamery , that it seems a proper subject for discussion . The ordinary round can is , as a rule , eight and one-half inches in diameter , is twenty inches high and holds about five gallons . From outside to center it is , of course , four and one-fourth inches . The oblong cans in some portable creameries are seven inches wide , same height as round cans , and hold each eleven gallons . Distance from outside of can to center is but three and one-half inches . Hence it will be seen that milk can be cooled more readily in them than in round cans of less than one-half the capacity . When ice is used or water of a temperature of forty-five degrees or lower , it is a very easy matter to obtain all the cream between milkings if the...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

Napoleon Bona , parte , one of the most forceful men in all history , a man continually wrapped in schemes and campaigns , in plots . and counter-plots , jstriving intently and ambitiously foi success and power—a man whose uttei disregard for human life made his battles the bloodiest the world has ever seen —this man found bitterness in his triumphs because he had no heir to whom to bequeath his greatness . Josephine was divorced largely for this rea son . Many women «¦ J & £ * are incapable of jB ^ V ^^ bearing children . Or Many more of them are afflicted with disorders of the organs directly feminine so that bearing children would be dangerous to them , and unfair to the children . Every child deserves the heritage of health . The children cannot receive this from a sickly mother . There is no reason why they should have such a thing as * female weakness . it is as unnecessary as it is distressing . Dr . Pierce s Favorite Prescription cures all forms , of distinctly f...

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The Western Rural [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

The Western Rural THE SHEEP QUESTION . At a Farmers Institute held in Bloonir ingburg , Sullivan County , New York , this question was asked : Will it pay the farmers of this county to raise sheep ? In replying , Mr . Van Alstyne said that he did not believe in abandoning sheep growing . Make the main business that of raising mutton , and depend upon the wool only for additional profit . But make the main profit off the carcass . The number of sheep kept has gradually decreased within a few years in this country . Dont run sheep and cattle together . Let sheep follow cattle in the pastures , as the former will eat weeds and things the cattle will not touch . Mr . J . S . Woodward said that he knew of thousands of acres that are not profitably farmed which might be used to great advantage in sheep raising . Grow lambs for the market , especially for summer boarders . I would like to make a contract to sell iambs at ten , cents a pound , dressed , even if I could not sell wool at a pe...

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WATER FOR THE HOGS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

WATER FOR THE HOGS . On the majority of farms to-day there is very poor practice , says the Nebraska Farmer , in the matter of furnishing a water supply for the hogs . It comes about not so much from a lack of facilities for getting good water as from a slackness . of method pursued . Good stock water is a striking feature , of the farms of the northwest , and there should be no trouble about getting good water in sufficient quantity at all times for ordinary purposes . Wells are usually brought into requisition for watering the hogs whether there is running water on the farm or not , and it is our judgment that this practice should invariably be followed . Aside from the fact of liability to contract contagious disease from being permitted to run to the streams there are still other eason for keeping the hogs away . It is more convenient and satisfactory to furnish a supply direct from the well . This does not necessitate mud holes . Indeed this is the only thoroughly practicable w...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

BINDER TWINE ! ABSOLUTELY NEW . FRESH TWINE . NO OLD STOCK . IIIANT 17 II ^ few more first-class agents If Mil I LU to sell direct to farmers . Best Quality . Lowest Prfces . Big Commission > W . C . FOGELMAN & CO , 15 West Lake St ., Chicago , Please mention the Western Rural . H^ RxnvnL ^ iw ^ Tl \ HiH Traction , Portable and Semi-Port- ^ f ^ lA 6 1 11 able . Simple and Compound . Also II ¦ 6 Thresners . Horse Powers . Saw Mills ^ L ¦ I INGINEA H Send for illustrated catalogue free H V I A I ^^ B Ours are equal to all—Surpassed by W ^ Mj i 7 mi none . Its a way we have . mmw I t M . RumelyCo . Laporte , lnd . Y Please mention the Western Rural . SUCCESS ONE HORSE TREAD POWER also run our Hero Feed Cuttcra , Corn Shelters , Wrfjd Saws , an Emery Wheel , or other small machines . We manufacture the celebrated Direct Stroke Goodhue Wind Mills , Galvanized Steel , or Wood , for pmnptar or power , with galvanized steel towers . AbatE ** warranty on all goods . Se...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

BINDER TWINE DIRECT Prom Manufacturer to Consumer . Full line oi grades . Guaranteed NEW Twine , made from NEW fibre . Strictly high quality . Farmers wanted as agents at each shipping point . Wilte for Free Samples and Prices . A . TJGTT 8 T POST , Moulton , Iowa . Please mention the Western Rural .

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

713 ^^^^^ S ^ ^ l ^ mai r ^^ r ^^^^^^^^^^ r ^ m J ^ r ^^^^ m ^*^^^^ ^ . Dunkirk , N . Y HELPS FRUIT GROWERS MAKE MONEY . Monthly . SAMPLE FREE . It MARSHALLTOWNWELL r \ DRILLING MACHINE I \\ The Most 5 imple , Durable end Light I VV Running Machine Made , i LJi Vi steam or Horse Power Mounted or not / . lflS « ai Write for full particulars and prices , saying MBHBwKL yousauiiheadverttsment m this paper . Mdttsi tS &^ 3-8 ^ . THE LENNOX MACHINE COLMARSNAUJOWMJA Send for Catalogue . Please mention the Western Rural . Portable Well Drilling f MACHINERY I- { btobU 8 hedl 867 . COYeredbypatenta . _ M Machines drill any depth both by f # | • team and horse power . Weehkl * J . Mm teage competition * Send for fret mwJmm IButnted catalogue . . Mm / iWM Address , KELLY & TANEYHILL , mKmWL WATEB 1 YOO , IOWA . VHOHB Please mention the Western Rural . HM-WMBjH ^^ Please mention the Western Rural . ILLWEILER MFORGE PUMP JW 18 A WONDER . ** L ~¦* JmW With common Hose and ...

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HOOD'S SALE OF JERSEYS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

HOODS SALE OF JERSEYS . TN view of the fact that Mr . ; G : I . Hood 1 has on the celebrated Hood Farm in Lowell , Mass ., one of the finest , if not the finest herd of Jerseys in the world , it is not surprising that his decision to have an annual auction sale of surplus stock should arouse interest among dairy farmers and breeders all over the country . The first annual sale at the farm on Friday , May 8 , attracted men from several states and received the attention to which its importance in the Jersey world entitled it . The Hood Farm herd of Jerseys now numbers from 225 to 250 head . The foundation stock was the most carefully selected that money arid experience could find . Its value was not dependent upon the price paid , but was fairly tested in competition with the best selected cows of the land at the World s Fair in 1893 . These facts are mentioned to show that the 41 animals sold by auction , coming from such ancestry , could not fail to have great merit . The sale began...

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LIVE STOCK LAW . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

LIVE STOCK LAW . LANDHOLDERS UNDER NEVADA SHEEP LAW . The word holder , as used in the Nevada law of 1895 , requiring sheep owners who are not the owners of one acre of land for each two sheep to procure a license , the supreme court of Nevada holds , in the case of State v . Wheeler , 44 Pac . Rep . 430 , means one who is in possession , actual or constructive , of the land . A lessee of land for a fixed term is an owner thereof , within the meaning of that law . The constitutionality of the act was questioned , but the court does not decide that point . TRANSPORTATION OP HOGS INFECTED WITH CHOLERA . A law was passed in Ohio , April 27 , 1896 , providing that from and after that date it shall be unlawful for any person or persons owning or having * , charge of any hog or hogs infected with cholera , to transport same . within the border of that state . Any person violating the provisions of this act , shall be liable for all damages resulting from the introduction of such disease t...

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THE WORTH OF WATER . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

THE WORTH OF WATER . FEW farmers reriiember how much they appreciate a cool draught of water , fresh from the well or fountain in summer , when providing for the live stock . Too often the tank or trough is filled but once in twenty-four hours . The pigs too often have access to the drinking places of the larger stock . Positive detriment to the stock results when the water is not always of an inviting temperature . As a rule , digestion is aided more by good water ever in the reach of the animals than any other one article . The quality is much better if possible to furnish it free from surf ace impurities . The deep wells which are sunk now a hundred feet or more below the solid rock strata will do much to abolish the evils attending the surf ace water . Where the expense is . great on account of the depth of five hundred feet or more , cooperation of small farms is advisable . A town of twS hundred or more people iu some parts of the west is supplied by two or three deep wells , ...

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HUMANE TREATMENT OF STOCK . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

HUMANE TREATMENT OF STOCK . The following general order to inspectors has just been sent out by the United States Department of Agriculture : It is the desire of this department that the influences of all employees should be used , so far as is warranted by the law , for the purpose of securing the humane treatment of animals in transportation and in the stock yards . Depriving animals of food and drink , for unusual periods , and beating and worrying them , are practices calculated to make the animals feverish and their meat unwholesome , and should be discountenanced and prevented . You will , therefore ,, give such instructions to your subordinates as will insure careful treatment of any animals which they may be called upon to handle , and as will also lead them to use their influence for the same end with all other persons with whom they come in contact . You will please make an investigation of the manner in which animals are transported and handled by the railroad companies a...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

Help Is needed by poor , tired mothers , overworked and burdened with care , debilitated and run down because of poor , thin and impoverished blood . Help is needed by the nervous sufferer , the men and women tortured with rheumatism , neuralgia , dyspepsia , scrofula , catarrh . Help Comes Quickly When Hood s Sarsaparilla begins to enrich , purify and vitalize the blood , and sends it in a healing , nourishing , invigorating stream to the nerves , muscles and organs of the body . Hood s Sarsaparilla builds up the weak and broken down system , and cures all blood diseases , because Hood s Sarsaparilla is the One True Blood Purifier . All druggists . SI . Prepared only by C . I . Hood & Co ., Lowell , Mass , ¦ V jt * « - *• • i are the only pills to take llOOU S PlIlS withHood s Sarsaparilla ,

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COYOTES RECOVER THEIR PTTPK [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

COYOTES RECOVER THEIR PTTPK An amusing incident occurred the other day on the Lemon farm near Garfield , wash . Burt Lemon and an employe of the farm were plowing , when they came across three young coyote pups which had not yet opened their eyes . While they were examining them the old ones appeared and approached to within fifty yards . Mr . Lemon went to the house ror a gun and a sack and placed the young ones in the sack , which was tied up and left m the field until time to go in from The old coyotes kept a respectful distance from the rifle , but hovered around . Several turns ; of the field were made with tne plow , and ,, finally , when the men came m sight of where they had left the sacK containing the young coyotes they saw one of the old ones with the sack , Puppies and all , streaking it over the hill and that was the last seen of them . — fcpokane Spokesman Review . -- De man dat hab de mos advice ter gib away , said Uncle Eben , dban ginorally look iaik he had done his...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

The Western Rural 715 Wonderful Efficiency Recogmzed by the Experiment Stations . t Our Dairyman has made a number of very careful tests with the No . 6 Improved United States Separator , and says , that he does not find enough fat with lhe Babcock test , after running the milk through , to enable him to read it . The separation is almost absolutely perfect ; a mere trace is all that can be detected . ~~ Wooster , O ., J . FREMONT HICKMAN , Aglist , April 6 , 18 96 . OHIO AGL EXPERIMENT STATION . Would you know more of this Separator ? Write for catalogue and prices . WE WANT AGENTS in all unoccupied territory . VERMONT FARM MACHINE CO ., Bellows Falls , Vt . CREAMSEPARATORS . SEND FOR BRAND NEW CATALOGUE No . 246 New Facts , New Results ; New Machines , New Prices . APractical Education —IN—-Up-to-date Dairying . THE DE LAVAL SEPARATOR CO ., Branch Offices : General Offices : ELGIN , ILL . 74 CORTLANDT ST ., NEW YORK . Please mention the Western Rural . TO . CAXiIiAHAJT Friend , Ke...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

ikMffll TOBfl ? H^ UjV ICRE AM | R RY0 BE |^^ 2235 ! 3 I 8 end for Special Introdue . Ha ^ LlBaV httl-HHd I * ory ° ffer - iBBlnlli m MU ^ SIYVPRITCHMMI BBBJttSM r ^ - ™ 8 ! HI Manufirtnrlnaj Co * w JJangaaaijy Clinton , • lew * Please mention the Western Kurai . f 8 B& Slock Fountain aL ^ Iff . = i = Hrn | Awarded all First Pre- **« w ?\ i ^ roiffiiffi ssKii Used without water or taking tool < £ g £ ^\ apart . Durable , oheap . Agents ¦ JSnTj ^ - ^ l . ¥ . wanted . Catalogue of 35 other ^ H ^ - ^ Aii novelties for farm and ranch free . \ ~ V . H . SWEINHART CO ., 175 Dearborn St ., Chicago SCOTTSCELEBRATED Charcoal Powders -FOBHorses , Cattle , Hogs , Sheep and Fowls Sftl ?™ 110 S 9 1 11 as a CONDITIONER and MEDICINE . They are highly medicated and per8 fe £ tIy , 8 ? fe - . ^ ce 2 one Pound , 50 cents ; flr « ponds for $ 1 . 50 ; twenty pounds for S 5 . MttIon what animal medicine is for and If fo * worms . A pamphlet on disease and treatment goes with the p...

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