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Fins , Feathers and Honey Bees [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

Fins , Feathers and Honey Bees HOME-MADE INCUBATORS . NOW and then we are asked to furnish plans and directions for making incubators .. We . dislike to give them for we think that nine out of ten farmers who try making an incubator will fail to make one that gives satisfaction and tell our inquirers so when sending the directions that are found in Lloyds Modern Poultry Book . We are , lead to write the above by seeing an article in which the writer says it is a mistake for editors to discourage poultry raisers from making their incubators , for machines , he goes on to say , made at home can be as successful as factory made , and not cost one-third the money . He then gives his experience with one he made , with which 75 per cent , of the fertile eggs put into it on its trial trip were hatched . He is . - ; satisfied with the result and considers his plan is a success , and at a cost for material of a trifle over three cents for each egg the incubator will hold . Nothing is said ab...

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

BJ ^ JC «^ JL ll lVO Sample copy ol A Handsomely Illustrated RAA C linnliAe Magazine , and Catalog of 066 OUpUllBS FREE . THE A . I . ROOT CO ., Medina , C BREEDER OF FANCY POULTRY K-Tu „ Bock , P . Cochin , L . Brahmas , B . Langshans , S . C B . Leghorns , S . P . Hamburg . Eggs # 1 per Id . Circular free . JOHN McDBRMOTT . Canton , 111 . rPPP Send for our new , finely 11- mill I ft r hhh lustrated , 20-page Catalogue KII WIS LUUU of Poultry and Poultry Sup- lUIILU plies . 12 leading varieties of high class fowls , Including M . B . Turkeys and Pekin Ducks . Stock and Bgga for sale . Prices reasonable . M . H . . « Ss F . Hi . MUSt > RAY , Calamine , Wis . EGGS ! EGGS ! Brown and White Leghorn , $ 1 . 25 ; B . Plymouth Rock and Black Minorca , $ 1 . 50 } Black Langshan , Buff Cochin and Pit Game , $ 2 . no per thirteen . ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE FREE . Address H . B . 6 EEB , Nashville , Tenn . • ¦ ——— . ii raEJMPROVEO || IATP AH HHtt INCUBATORcHEtE ^ SssL Hatches Chickens...

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WHAT COLORADO WANTS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

WHAT COLORADO WANTS . BIMETALLISM , Protection and Prosperity is the motto of the Colorado Republicans . There is no ambiguity about the financial plank in their platform . They know what they want and in true Western style . are not afraid to let their wants be known in language the plain people can understand . The following is the text : We therefore declare that the free coinage of silver and gold at a ratio of 16 to i is for the time being of paramount and controlling importance , and the most pressing question connected with our political duty and action . The doctrine of bimetallism has never been denied by any national republican convention , but often asserted , and they who deny it are false to the party , and not we who will maintain it . International bimetallism can only be achieved through national bimetallism adopted , by the United States . To the maintenance of this principle as well as to the restoration of silver as money metal to the full standard of the constitu...

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

THE EDITORIAL OiTLOOl EDITORIAL STAFF - i * . > . ¦ ¦ ¦¦ ¦ . - ¦ - . GENERAL C . H . HOWARD , JAMES W . WILSON , EDITOR-IN-CHIEF . . BUSINESS MANAGER AND ASSOCIATE EDITOR . : * ¦ OTIS McGAW HOWARD , WILLIAM B . LLOYD , ASSOCIATE EDITOR . AGRICULTURAL EDITOR . MRS . BERTHA CASWELL NORTON , HOUSEHOLD EDITOR .

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, ; LEVEL-HEADED FRENCHMEN . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

, ; LEVEL-HEADED FRENCHMEN . WHO ever heard of a financial panic in France ? With natural resources inferior to those of her neighbors she yet manages to steer clear of the financial vicissitudes which periodically afflict England , Germany and the United States . . She suffered a great military disaster and had inflicted upon her an enormous war indemnity , yet she paid it in an incredibly short time and then through her shrewd financial policy conducted the vast sum back inside her borders . With a population of but little over 40 , 000 , 000 she carries in gold , silver and bank notes over $ 2 , 100 , 000 , 000 , of upwards of $ 50 per capita . The United Stateswithapopulation of over 70 , 000 , 000 carries all told $ 1 , 584 , 184 , 424 . Deducting from the $ 2 , 100 , 000 , 000 of . France the $ 640 ,- 000 , 000 carried by the Bank of France to support the circulation leaves France , with a population of 40 , 000 , 000 , a currency equal if not exceeding in volume the American ...

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A DEFINITE STATEMENT . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

A DEFINITE STATEMENT . Major McKinley has finally been smoked out , and been compelled to define his position on the financial question with at least a show of definiteness . The credit is due the Chicago R . ecord , and the report of the interview is undoubtedly authentic . As a definition of his position the Major handed the representative of the Record a printed copy of a speech delivered at Niles , Ohio , during his campaign for governor , with the following paragraph marked . ¦ . .. icI am not in favor of the free and unlimited coinage of silver in the United States until the nations of the world shall join us in guaranteeing to silver status which their laws now accord to gold . This , the correspondent says , the Major authorized him to say to the people of the United States were his views to-day and asks that they accept them as such . In commenting upon these expressed views of McKinley the Record says , editorially : One could scarcely make these . views clearer as regards...

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OUR CAMPAIGN OFFER : ONLY 25 CENTS [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

OUR CAMPAIGN OFFER : ONLY 25 CENTS For the Western Rural until the end of this year . Every campaign subscription will make a convert for , silver . Will you help win the fight for bimetallism and prosperity ? THE 16 TO 1 ARMY . Letters are coming in thick and fast for supplements such as published in last issue , muster rolls , etc . This promises to be one of the most popular moves inaugurated in this country . If we can- accomplish the success now promised , we cannot measure the good results which will follow . Will you , dear reader , get on your fighting clothes and join this patriotic organization and organize a squad , or company ? The work Of this organization if successful , and it will be , will live in history . It is an army of liberty arid justice , and . will free the country from tyranny of the credit mongers and money monopolists . Send stamps for supplements . They are free , also for muster rolls , pledges , etc . ¦ Dont delay . Now is the accepted time .

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

Daily Doings MONDAY , MAY 18 . --Cyclones in Nebraska kill many and do much property damage . —The historic Longfellow house at Nahant , Mass ., and four . other mansions burned . Money loss , $ 100 , 000 . —The rush of settlers for Red Lake continues . One hundred entries to-day . Already 65 , 000 acres have been taken by actual prospective settlers . —At Glenwood , Iowa , damage was done by Keg creek overflowing its banks . Six inches of rain within a week in Southwestern Iowa the cause . —Wind storms in Illinois do much damage in Springfield , Mendota , Princeton and Mount Vernon , but no loss of life reported . Several persons were injured by flying timbers . TUESDAY , MAY 19 . —The Spanish leader * Gen . Vicuna , is dead of yellow fever at Corral Falso , in Mantazas province , , . Cuba . j _~~ In the- circut court , of Montgomery county , Illinois , Mrs . J ^ mnia Gaby obtained a judgment for $ 4 , 914 . against Frank M . i ^ ioyd ,. John , M . Smith and George Felkel , three ....

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FOR A PLAIN ISSUE . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

FOR A PLAIN ISSUE . G ENERAL PALMER , senator from Illinois , is a man well along in years—considerably beyond the three score and ten . He is a consistent Democrat and has been for many years . As such he was elected first governor of Illinois and then to the United States senate . What he said , in the senate the other day , concerning frankness on the money question is worth quoting : No time in the history of this country required , a greater degree of frankness from representative public men than the present . The temper , the feeling and the interest of the American people alike demand that the monetary politics of the United States should be settled in the approaching elections . There ought to be now no disguise on the part-of political parties . They ought to avow themselves frankly on this question , and no incidental or improper or irrelevant influences ought to be invoked to distract the public attention from this most interesting and most important question . I regret t...

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SHYLOCK'S SHREWDNESS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

SHYLOCKS SHREWDNESS . THE keenness of the gold ring in political matters has not deserted them . Thinking that the Democratic chances for success were small in this year of elec tions , they turned their entire attention to manipulating the Republican primaries . In this way they have succeeded in gaining control of many of the Republican delegations . The Democratic conventions have been neglected by these long-headed and long-pursed gentry , and are coming forward with platforms far more nearly representing the views of their constituency . The latest convention is that of Iowa , which has come out strong for Boies and silver at 1 . 6 to 1 . There are plenty of good silver men in the Republican ranks also , however . Carter of Montana , the chairman of the campaign committee , Teller of Colorado , and many other Republicans of prominence are unswerving in their allegiance to silver . An unpopular money plank will do much to counteract the prestige which the Republicans have gained...

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

Woman and Her NEWS OF THE BATTLE . They , brought her news of the , battle . A victory great they said , Lo , all of her hopes are fallen The last of her sons are dead ! Sore , sore was that bloody conflict That forged ; , the nation ahead ; Mid shout of that glorious triumph The last of . her sons are dead ! Ah , five in their knightly valor Responded to clarion call , The flame , of our stainless banner . And star hath enwrapped them all ! The blue of its priceless azure Enfolded each val rous breast , For dear was that country s honor They sought , and found endless rest ! Yea , dearer than home or kindred- ^ Ye hearthstones bereft to-night There shineth immortal glory In place of the old time light . They brought her news of the battle , Ah , tell m . e , hQW 5 . J 8 ennie ! died ?; And John ? Why he bore our banner Straight , tothe jeneiny s side . And E ^ enry „ , was there beside .. him , And waved with , his dying , hand The sword , of as , staunch a hero .. As glories a dea...

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Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

HAKE YOUR OWN DRESSES ^ REHCHN- ^ >| // / 7 / | [\ QSZy ) imAnm 4 ^ | // / f f k \ y / How many women there are who would stood and gives better results than any be glad to undertake the making of their other system . We can unhesitatingly own or daughters dresses if they were but recommend it . It is the invention . of a sure of a system of cutting which would French inodiste , after five years most insure a perfect fit without risk of wast- careful study of every system known , and tZi ™« * l , £ , i WI + H « , ~ * rt JL Z n ^ Jiii «» . embraces all that knowledge , ingenuity ing material . With the vew of providing & ndtaste can devise for cutting the most our subscribers with a simple and accu- satisfactory and graceful fitting dress , rate system , combining in a condensed and waist , basque , etc . It is arranged for cuteconomical form all the features neces- ting from 26 to 48 bust measure , and can sary to enable any woman of ordinary be used to cut dr...

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; . A , CAN OF SALMON . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

; . A , CAN OF SALMON . So rapidly has the use . of canned salmon extended : within the last decade ; that housekeepers to-day can hardly • realize how it would seem to be without this convenient edible . For the last three years the average : annual pack of salmon has been nearly two million cases , each containing four dozen cans . Of this the . Columbia River has furnished about onethird . . There is danger that the supply now so abundant on the western coast of our country may be exhausted before many years by the wasteful methods of catching and canning the fish . While other countries from necessity have utilized every scrap of food material , America has been so prodigal of her abundance that future generations may lack the foods which now are staples in our markets . In other lands , fish sausages and fish flour are manufactured , and all portions of the fish are turned to good account . Salmon is so rich in oil that it is less acceptable for frequent use than fish like cod ...

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HONEY AS A FOOD . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

HONEY AS A FOOD . Probably most people consider honey the equal in value for a food of any sweet sauce—no better , no worse . AH should know that it . possesses one great superiority—that of digestion . The nectar of flowers is almost wholly cane ; sugar . The secretions added by the bees change this to grape sugar , and so prepare it that it is almost ready for assimilation without any effort on the part of the stomach ; in fact , Prof : A . J . Cook once styled honey digested nectar . It will be readily seen that honey is a very desirable food for those with weakened digestive powers . If a person is very tired , too exhausted to eat , it is astonishing how a few tastes of honey will act . almost like magic . Almost no effort ^ required to make it ready for assimilation . —Table Talk .

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"BICYCLE DISEASE . " [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

BICYCLE DISEASE . Premonitions of the coming storm are apparent—first the gust , then the swish and now the more tangible evidences . The delightful craze for wheels is growing to the utmost limits of manufactories to furnish them . Men and women talk , wish for , and procure the make that taste and information suggest . Then comes the heroic efforts to stride the balky thing . By the advice of the many who suggest the various methods of approaching and mastering the incorrigible machine , the grand spring is made— up you go , and down you come ! The twisting tormentor rocks , whirls , takes a sudden shoot and wh-r-r-ip bang ! There you are , sprawling over the ground on all fours ! Try it again . Ouch ! my shins . But who cares for black-and-blue bruises or the scraping off of a few inches of skin ? Once more . Off you go , in the ditch ; but the wheel is there , gently on its broad side looking in compassion down upon you . But never say die ! Now you are on . Keep it going , dont...

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Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

r -- . .. . ! .,, . - ;•• • - • 4 : ^ s ^ OUR PATTERN GOUPON ><^ j ? {( Cut enls out , fill in your name and address , number iuid siaeoi , pattern wanteds < ; Pattern Department THE WESTERN RURAL : . t , v ¦< ? Inclosed find 10 cents ^ r which please sen d the following pattern : ^ < t - .. , .. . . .. . J . , • . . * ? Pattern » Home . 1 « ? Number , f————¦—— , Town < ? , < ? Bast I - r - , ; ... . - , ¦ -, ;¦ ¦ ¦¦ ? Mwu . iite . f- ^^ State ,... 4 : i i

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A MOTHER'S PRAYER . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

A MOTHERS PRAYER . A True Incident of the Civil War . John Walters was among the missing . For eight long months he had not been heard from . Whether he had died of disease , or been killed in battle and hastily buried , with no mark to identify the place —one of the great army classed as unknown , or whether he had been taken prisoner and held for exchange , his family and friends had no means of knowing . But certain it is , that no word or message from nor of him since that awful engagement had been received by the anxious ones at their home in the North . And now , after thirty , years , no sense of the horror , desolation and suspense of that time is lost—a time when but very few homes were without the absent husband , son or brother who had gone to defend the imperiled liberties of our beloved country , and for whose personal safety we were anxious every waking moment . The mother of John Walters was driven to the verge of distraction by the uncertainty as to the fate of her s...

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