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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 23 February 1899

_ JS £ JL iXX ^ La ~ ^ ^ Fni I 9 f > And the name of thla /\ JuW | ffL ? w £ y v s . I ItU , paper will send you j ^ jdBB ^ Bfc-MjJKM ue packet each Kramer s Chant TSAAflri ^ Hl . lA / i ^ vj mixed 5 c , New Early Flowering f __ $ _ W _____ Wj _ W _____& yy Cosmos 10 c , Kramer s Special L ^_\\ y \\\\ Wj __ J _\\\\\\\\\ mL __\ Po ^ x > Y Mixture 10 c , Dianthus Pink I ^^^¦^ *^^¦ -- ^ B ¦ *^ , 0 • Callopsls—mixed 6 c . TotalSOc . Wlf-a ^ Btt ^ B j ^ - ^ fcJSpecinl price JOQ . Catalogue free . ^ OmW-l N - KR & MER & S 0 N , V CTJT ^? ^ CEDAR RAPIDS , - - IOWA . Farmers Collection of Choicest Standard VEGETABLE SEEDS , SO Extra Iiarffo Packets , containing everything required for First Class Farm Garden . ONLY SO cents . Those purchasing before March l (; th can get setting of either White Leghorns , Light Brahmas or Silver Wyandottes at 50 cents per setting of 13 eggs . EAST LYNN STOCK & SEED FARM , Tamaroa , III . ...

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Beet Sugar in Germany [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 23 February 1899

Beet Sugar in Germany Some figures taken from a sugar-trade journal and republished by the St . Louis Republic show what an astonishingly large quantity of sugar the German beet farmers managed to raise on a comparatively small quantity of land during the , crop year of 1897-98 . In this , crop year there were 1 ,- 080 , 256 acres devoted to the cultivation of sugar beets . The beets worked ! amounted to . 13 , 697 * 891 tons . In the official table the average yield is set down at 12 . 22 tons per acre . Some deductions are evidently made , for the average really figures out , 12 . 68 tons per acre . Based op raw sugar , the sugar production is given as 1 , 844 , 399 tons . This would make the yield average 3 , 763 pounds to the acre . These figures , if the prevailing conditions of sugar - making in the . United States couldl . be relied on as permanent , would hold out a promise of profit to American ; . agriculturists . According to present information the sugar manufactories in...

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Look After the Horses [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 23 February 1899

Look After the Horses By N . J . Shepherd . HORSE S that have been Idle all winter need looking after rather more than those who have been kept steady at work . It will bp best when plowing ana . harrowing commences , to : not work the horses too hard 1 at . first ; , commence . with tliem gradually , giving light work at first , and gradually increasing so that they maj be gradually hardened .. to : It . Be careful of their shoulders : it is best to-wash the shoulders in strong salt-water-two or three times a day , as this will help to harden . • . Somte oats shpiil drbe given . when it is pos sible . as theyriossess thVelements needed for the growth of * -bone and muscle . During the winter , when at rest ^ cpmparatively more corn than ; oats should compose the ration , but in spring , when at work , it will be best to gradually change and feed more oats and less corn . Have good fitting collars and harness and keep them clean , this , will help , materially in preventing galled s...

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Wisconsin County Fair Managers [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 23 February 1899

Wisconsin County Fair Managers The Wisconsin Association of Cpunty Fair managers recently held its annual meeting . and ) elected ; these , officers : President , John M . True , of Baraboo ; vice-pres-idents , C . H . Harvey , of Beaver Dam , and F . W . Harland . of Waukesha ; secretary and treasurer , J . P . Reeve , of Sparta ; executive committee , F . H . Nye , of West Salem , Kennedy Scott , of Rio , and . J .. L . Kearney , of Jefferson . ¦ - * . ¦¦ ¦ The only work done beside electing officers was an informal discussion of questions in fair management , in which W . L . Houser , of Buffalo , J . H .: Agen , of West Superior ; F . W . Smock , of Monroe , and R . A . Parker , of Mukwonago , made short speeches . . — *?»» —He— What s the matter with these cigars ? She— Why , dear , they smelt so horrid that I put some , eau de cologne on them . —Illustrated American . : — . ¦¦**¦ > * * — Idi like to know why it is , said young Brbkeleigh to his tailor , that every t...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 23 February 1899

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 23 February 1899

HPP Our handsome Seed Catalogue , or fora LK F I 1 ^* stamp , seed catalogue AVB ^ Ife rllkkand A PACKET of tho VEEII I * Large German PAN 8 Y Ubbll Address , COLES SEED STORE , PELLA , IOWA . CTADK have a 74-YR . Record . Fruit Book Free §> fel ^ K M B o % s ePAY FREIGHT § Ho S » AHTIPUfWECTHEMSELVES Uitrveatlin I lullUlVLuP » vent Cholei-n . 0 jit fli 1 for all Stock . Before buying send yours ^ Va antl neighbor s address for FKlsE ESSAY 5 & iuFon kinds , culture , yield ( often 1 , 000 bu p . a . ) ¦ flEM . with prices and frt . rates to all points . Single bu . j ^&^ fl . Bel , llIo Seed Forma , Iloi lLMclrllle , 111 . STRAWBERRIES * 1 TR a innft for standard kinds . Only * I • f 9 3 IUUU New Beds . Best Plants you ever saw . Raspberries , SS . a IOOO Other fruits at like rates , Lists BENT FREE . JOHN F . DAYTON . WAUKON . Allamakee Co ., IOWA . t 1 eWBPmiaSsf 8 & BEST in the world from 1 &| 3 £ g & 9 JP 3 ^...

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QUERIST COLUMN . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 23 February 1899

QUERIST COLUMN . Sign your name and address to all letters for this department . We take no notice of unsigned communications . We will not publish the names it so requested . Questions wiU not be answered unless written on paper contain ing no reference to subscriptions or other departments of the paper . Questions of law In this column are answered by 0 . R . Barnett , of the Chicago Bar , 1518 Alonadiiock building , Chicago . Owing to the large number of legal questions received by this department with requests- , for reply by mall , we shall hereafter answer no legal queries by mall unless accompanied by a fee of $ 1 per question .- - Prize Hog Barn and Pen . Who was awarded- the-prlzeon hog barn and pen?—Mrs . James Biley , Illinois . : ¦¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ • -J . H . Hilton . Malleable Iron Works . Replying to . a question would say that-there is a malleable iron works In Detroit , The Mlchipnn Malleable Iron Co . —E . B . Escott ; Mich . t * Prof . D . Wagner . -. -. . , : , If Prof . ...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 23 February 1899

WINDSOR HOTEL , Jacksonville , Fla . ,, T £ is J a . m ° s hotel is a favorite with those who visit Florida . The Windsor location is the best in the city , facing on west side , City Park , one block from new Government building , from five to ten minutes walk to any of the railroad or steamboat stations . Ita constructioirand appliances are all of modem design ard finish . It is arranged to accommodate , mthe true sense of that word , both permanent and transient guests . Under its new proprietors it has no competitors in the city which is the gateway to Florida arid the only , real metropolis ^ , the State . Rates $ 2 . 50 to $ 4 . 00 per day according to size and 1 location ofthe rooms . We are permitted to refer to the proprietors of the Farm , Field-and Fireside . For further information apply to , ••• : . * . « DODGE & CULLENS , Windsor Hotel , Jacksonville , Fla . The Englewobcl Iiran , • On beautiful Lemon Bay , is the most charming spot in Sunny Florida . TARPO...

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VETERINARY [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 23 February 1899

VETERINARY The several departments of this paper are . for the use and convenience of Its subscribers exclusively . Those wishing advice In this column will please state their questions plainly and concisely upon paper containing no reference to subscriptions or tb other departments of the paper . In relation to diseases and other ailments of live stock , it is necessary that we be exactly informed of the symptoms as observed , else it will be impossible to fully understand and prescribe for the case . We cannoc answer veterinary Inquiries by mail unless $ 1 ( the regular veterinary fee ) is Inclosed .. PupVohuts . • ¦ .. I have a bull pup seven months old , weighs forty pounds when well . He got sick the first of January ; for a week he vomited up all he cat . Now he vomits every other day . We feed him on raw mutton and mush and milk . All the food that goes through him comes out black . He is getting thinner all the time . —A Subscriber . . .. —Give pup one to two ounces castor o...

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FA Minister's Opinion [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 23 February 1899

FA Ministers Opinion The American Bible society has received a second report from the Rey . John R . Hykes , D . D ., who in September last it commissioned to proceed to Manila for the purpose of preliminary inquiry about the possible openings there for the distribution of the Bible . He expresses the opinion that the Filipinos are not now capable of self-government and says : While there are doubtless- many . able men among the Filipinos , I am convinced that they do-not have the qualifications which are essential in the founders of a republic . I believe if western influence were to be entirely withdrawn civilization would spontaneously die out in the Philippines . The mass of the people are ignorant in the extreme and they are not prepared and will not be prepared for many years ; for self-government . It will be generations before their aspirations to become an independent commonweatlh ought to be realized . : . It would be monstrous to turn the Philippines back to Spain . It wo...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 23 February 1899

If you see an advertisement in the National Rural and Family Magazine it is reliable .

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Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 23 February 1899

SAVE FEED Feed Is fuel to tbe animal economy . It ta burned up to supply Intereal heat . If It la heated ( cooked ) before it goes Into the aalm & ls stomach it saves that much fuel ( feed ) , Electric Feed Cookers 8 aTe * ei *» 8 aTe nionDj ^ and product better results . Made of bent cast iron wit ^ Btee * - ^ S 8 *! b ° tt * cr made of extra heavy galvanized steel . Capacity 25 la 100 gallons . Circular and prlc * free . © Electrlc Wheel Co ., Box 163 , Quincy , IH jyg ^ - MMfl ^ KHwiSS VffllllMTClilllW (^ iifiMM FBllH uSjfifiSja ^&^^ l IMSBSf * P * SmflSIS $ l / I ^ TBmRilwilll In Iffl ^ Maflfn ^ nHfljgL ^^ ^ Mgjfc !^^ ^ T ^ - ^ IsSil i WE MU TEH STYLES | 0 F nm TRUCKS catalogue telling you all about We can clve you wood or metal whellwoJonsT or META 1 . WHEELS FOK YOUR OLD FAKMWAOONS FARMERS HANDY WAGON CO lSt *^ 5 = *^ iK 8 S ^ . Sl - * *^^ m ~~ m \ s ^^ H !^ ** * JSH W ^/ T % jXr Mlb ., ^& . I U JsP XMIST _ . „ . . . ^* JL * Jmgi ^&a...

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Page 17 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 23 February 1899

HMRmH- * wn » 0 « J & ft # 4 fflH ¦ L HigH-Priced Veal . A Superior feed ^ M ^ k for calves . It makes tho finest veal and gets ^ B ^ C you the highest price . It is a money-maker * ^ H ^ B and fed to calves will pay excellent profits . ^ M ^ P * Feeding for Flesli , an invnluable book ^ H ^ P on Horse , Cattle . Ho ? and Sheep Feeding-. Sent ^ m ^ V postpaid on request . Addres s SCIBNCB DEPT ., ^ M E THE AMERICAN CEREAL CO . 9 B 134 S Honadnock Bldg . Chicago , IU . S BflWSUBDI 5 uuA 41 llll 4 iAUll The DOMESTIC SHEEP . fl Bv HENRY STEWART , F World s Highest Authority on Sheep . 1 The Domestic Sheep should be in the hands ot every sheepman in the country . The morelt look through it the more I am pleased with it . —- Hon . lames Wilson , Secretary of Agriculture . It treats in a practical and exhaustive manner the Science of Breeding ; What crosses are admissible and desirable ; the development of type ; the formation and management of flocks , large and small . Sheep...

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Timely Topics [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 23 February 1899

Timely Topics Weekly Trade and Price Review By Jas . W . Wilson . OUR index number of the average price of twenty leading farm products shows a slight gain over last week . The average for last week was 8033 ; this week 8159 , showing a gain of 126 , and a gain of 158 over the corresponding week for , 1898 , but a loss of 227 from the week ending . February 4 th : . Sauerbecks index numbers of forty-five principal commodities on fhe London market stand for 1898 at 64 ; 1897 , 62 ; 1861 , 61 , and 72 each for 1890 and 1891 . Mr . Sauerbeck s index numbers giiage . average prices in the worlds greatest commercial center . These show a steady gain from 1890 to May , 1898 . That month the number ¦ stood 66 . 4 , since ; which time ; there has been a gradual fall , the number for the month of December standing at 63 . S . The large increase in the , quantity of money in circulation in this icountry has upheld prices here as against a gradual fall abroad . The following are SAUERBECKS IND...

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Florida Settlement Progress [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 23 February 1899

Florida Settlement Progress THE total subscriptions up to date are $ 9 u , 9 U 0 , or 9 , 01 ) 0 acres bf the land , leaving 910 acres yet to be taken . The increasing correspondence indicates that the whole amount will be taken on or beiore March :. 1 st . We shall allow the subscriptions to run , over the $ 10 U , OOu niarii a iew thousand dollars . to make up for any who may drop out . There are always a • few ; who hnu . themselves unable to get their , money at the time it . is wanted . The phenomenal success of this enterprise beats anything ever undertaken in this line in the Uniteu States and beats all our previous records . We suggest to those who , are hesitating who want to secure a piece of the first 10 , 000 acres and thus get in on the profit-sharing plan , as outlined in the nrst announcement , that they will do well to : speak early . When the first 10 , 000 acres : are taken no more subscriptions can he received at the $ 10 an acre rate on the profit-sharing plan . ...

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The Menace of Trusts [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 23 February 1899

The Menace of Trusts FEW of our readers appreciate the tremendous growth of trusts which has taken place during the past year . In - addition to the article published in a recent issue , entitled The Tragedy of a- Nation , : the following list of big trusts incorporated in New Jersey alone in 189 S will be of interest . As each of these trusts is operating in defiance of the laws of the United States and many states , thedanger to our institutions is apparent . : Each one of the gigantic corporations is organized to control its particular line of industry , aims to dictate the price paid for raw material , the prices paid . for wages , and the retail price of its • product . Invariably , when a trust is organized and it gets absolute control of its particular line of industry , prices to the consumer are advanced , competition is destroyed , smaller dealers are forced-to the wall and compelled to go out of busi ness . • ¦••*¦ .. .: • - This is not the worst feature , however . Legis...

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