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Fins , Feathers and Honey Bees [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896

Fins , Feathers and Honey Bees ; THE USELESS ROOSTER . HOW common it is to see at • this season of the year on many farms a ; great flock of useless roosters . Many of them have legs ornamented with heavy scales and long spurs denoting a long life , if not a profitable one ; Others of them have combs and wattles blackened with frost ; indicating this to be their ; first winter in a useless life spent ; ambhg tree tops ; in f ence corners or quarters ; that shelter an eggless flock of fowls . This class of poultry has ho place in a well-regulated farm yardvfor-all-theearly-cockerels riotwished for breeding pur 7 poses would ; have been sent to market early in the season as spring chickens ; those designed ; for breeders would have been cared for properly and hot been allowed to get frozen . The old ^ patriarchs would long ago have been consigned to the pot pie and their place in the flock filled with young , vigorous fellows that grace the yard and improve the stock of young birds . ...

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896

HIP UAIfr on hand a fine lot of land and water . Inlr nHVL fowls , and prices to suit hard times . II l « Send for price-list and order at once . MRS . J . C . FL ^ MB , Milton , Wis . DA Q D Q TDDV Dl A 1 IT Q Fall planting . Low KAarDLltKl rLAIllD . prices ! Low Prices ! Write quids . Black , Red , Golden and Purple . HOUDAN COCKERELS . SSSiZ * ColOKfl JOHN M . WISE , Freeport , 111 . B K * . fcLfcLJr H XV ^ Sample copy of GLEANINGS IN BEE CULTURE . A Handsomely Illustrated Dnn Qnnnlioo Magazine , and Catalog of DCC OUUUIICO FREE . THE A . I . . ROOT CO ., Medina , O . If fill l / llfllll y ° u want a few extra choice flflll It N 11 IIV Cockerels . Well , we have them IUU III 1 UII for sale . Prices reasonable . Send for our 20-page Illustrated Catalog describing ten leading varieties of Chickens , also M . B . Turkeys and Pekin Ducks . M . H . * F . !• . MUKKAT , Calamine , Wis . W . A . BARTLETT , Jacksonville , lllo , Breeder of choicest strains EJini #% « r and a large variety...

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896

ALiver That s Torpid makes life a burden . Your head and p bones ache and nothing seems to please . ; The Swiss German remedy called . Dr . Peter s Blood Vital izer ia constant use over one hundred year * Is what you need . Ifc relieves the body of all refuse matter , while it tones ancl invigorates the system . It is an almost infallible remedy for all diseases caused by impoverished or impure blood or from a disordered stomach . No drug = store medicine ; is sold only by regular Vitalizer agents . Persons living where there are no agents for Dr . Peter s Blood Vitalizer can , by sending $ 2 . 00 , obtain twelve 35-cent trial bottles direct from the ; proprietor . This offer can only be obtained once by the same person . Write to DR . PETER FAHRNEY , lia and 114 So . Hoyne Ave ., CHICAGO . «^^ te SC Hand Bone , Shell , and JLJH K W Corn Mills for Poultrymen . nill Daisy Bone Cutter . Power Mills . VI aPIrr Circular and testimonials Free . ^¦ t ^ LTwIIiSOrrBROS .. Easton , Pa . Plea...

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THE EDITORIAL OUTLOOK [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896

THE EDITORIAL OUTLOOK EDITORIAL STAFF GENERAL C . H . HOWARD , JAMES W . WILSON , Editor-in-Chief . Bus . Mgr . and Asso . Editor 0 TIS McGAW HOWARD , WILLIAM B . LLOYD , Associate Editor . Agricultural Editor . MRS . BERTHA CASWELL NORTON , Household Editor .

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IS IT GAMBLING ? [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896

IS IT GAMBLING ? W HAT is politely called speculation on the Board of Trade is in fact gambling . When the wheel turns up a fortune ; the friends congratulate the .. operator as a smart business man . But when the wheel tosses a victim s wealth to the four winds , then he is unfortunate and some event whisper that he speculated too • much . In any , case some one loses ; some poor victim goes under and ruin comes upon him and his family , if he has & family . If the business were called by its right name it would not seem so respectable and , possibly , some men would be de terred from casting their all on tiiis turn of a wheel or throw of a dice . A case is now before Judge Kohllsaat , in Ghicago , involving the question whether dealing in stocks is gambling . Albert B . Pullman was a brother of George M . Pullman , who died Dec . 18 , 1893 . The claim was for $ 9 , 610 , which was advanced to the deceased while the latter was dealing in stocks . The heirs of Mir . Pull...

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WHERE CRIME COMES FROM . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896

WHERE CRIME COMES FROM . JT is fashionable in cities to poke fun atfarmeans for their unpolished appearance . They are hayseeds . Look deeper , however , to the character , the practical intelligence and the moral worth—to find the . stuff that good .. citizens and patriotsare made of , and you will 1 find them in larger proportion in the rural districts , according to the population , than in the cities . , , . In this connection here are some figures obtained from • Col . A . Hogeland , President of the Boys and Girls National Hiome 1 and Employment Association / of Lincoln , Nebraska : In 11 cities , 1892 , 13 , 000 police arrested 450 , 000 men and women and children alt an expense of $ 20 , 000 , 000 ; in an equal number of population among -the farmers the same year there were not 500 arrests ; of • djhe 13 , 000 boys and girls in reform schools , 1890 , 98 per £ ent . went from cities , towns and villages and from onethird of the population as two-thirds reside on farms . The...

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ANSWERS THE QUEEN . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896

ANSWERS THE QUEEN . E MPEROR William s support of President Kruger , of the Transvaal Republic , made as much of a sensation in Europe as the course of our government in siding with Venezuela . It is evident that Dr . Jameson , • who represented British interests and a British Cpmmer- .. cial Company , expected an uprising of some of the people • to meet his invasion : He was disappointed in this and defeated . President Kruger , like all the rest of the world , -Relieved that theEnglish government could have prevented the invasion . The Boers , who are of Dutch origin , have the sympathy .. of Hollanders and Germans . The Emperor expressed the • general feeling of his subjects in his kind word to the Sec- . # ¦ etarv of State of the Transvaal , and many hoped that G ~ many would support the Republic , in throwing off entirely , the British suzerainty which was established in 1884 . It seems ; however , that . Queen Victoria has written a letter to her grandson , Emperor William , d...

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ENGLANDWANTS ALASKA . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896

ENGLANDWANTS ALASKA . A LASKAS boundary question is far more important to the interests of this country than that of Venezuela ., Senator Davis , has given much attention to this matter , and his views are printed in the . Chicago Record . It will probably be attempted on the part of England to claim that the boundary line as understood for many years is erroneous . It is fixed on amountain range ten leagues from the ocean . It is evident this means ten leagues from the . shore of the mainland . England wants to measure from the islands . The islands became the property of the country owning the mainland . These islands in that way belonged to Rus sia and their ownership passed to the United States with the title to the mainland . The reason why Great Britain wants a portion of the Alaskan coast is plain . She has a large tract of country in the Northwest . territory which can reach the seaboard only through a pass in the north Rocky mountains , and thence across the strip of land o...

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, WIPE OUT THE TURK . 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896

, WIPE OUT THE TURK . 1 Whom the gods would destroy they first make mad . The Sultan is surely demented , or at least , is taking a course which is absolutely certain to bring destruction upon his empire . In the face of his treaty , binding his government to the Red Cross principles ,, he now issues a proclamation which is telegraphed over the world , forbidding the distribution of Red Cross funds and the entry into his domains of the agents of the Red Cross Society . Miss Clara Barton was about ready to depart for Armenia . True to the brutish instincts of the Turk and of Islamism , he deals a blow at woman , at mercy , at charity and puts himseH in the rank of savage barbarians . How can England , with its churches and missionary societies and its millions of followers of the world s Good Samaritan , submit quietly to this indignity , this cruelty , this insult and outrage to all that England holds to be sacred ? The Red Cross Society has never had a rebuff before . Some attempt ...

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Daily Doinqs [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896

Daily Doinqs MONDAY , JANUARY 13 . - ^ Judge Lyman Trumbull says he has no idea of being the populist nominee for president . , . , —Asa S . Bushnell was inaugurated governor of Ohio to succeed ex-Governor McKinley . —The Mississippi river steamer Congo sank at Caruthersville , Missouri , with her cargo . All but four on board were , saved . —The Occidental ( Presbyterian ) College , at Los Angeles , California , was burned to the ground . Loss , $ 70 , 000 : insurance , $ 17 , 000 . ¦ —The ice in the Mississippi river at Warsaw , ill , broke up with hundreds of skaters on it . Under the direction of cool heads among the wild crowd no 1 lives were lost . —Congressman Woodman introduced a bill in the house appropriating $ 100 , 000 , 000 to be immediately available for the purpose of establishing fortifiications and other defenses for the adequate protection of the coast cities of the United States . —Peter Hougaard , wife and five children found dead in their Ohicago home , having b...

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Woman and Her . Domain [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896

Woman and Her . Domain , - ; • . ; . CONTENTMENT . , •• A contented mind is better than riches , Poor Mrs . Hyde , had often-tried . . Some -way some money to earn ; But ; what could sne do , Dame Fortune to woo , . With home duties at every turn ? She liad three children small , .. . . And the washing for all , And ironing , and . mending ; • And sewing too , There was to do-- •; Work seemed-never ending . With cooking and baking , So muchlaboritaking ; : With butter tochurn , ¦ v : ; : And house to keep clean , Not a speck should be seen That her eye could discern . At last said she , contented Ill be , And do the best lean ; , Perhaps some day , ; Fortune will come this way , And help a poor woman . So she smiled as she worked , And never shirked , And last I m : glad to relate Fortunecame her way , < ,.:. One happy day ^ : „ . ? As to all . who patiently wait . For youll learn my dears , As you grow in years , What my moral teaches now ; . Fortune s at your feet If yo...

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Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power .- — Latest U * S . Gov t Report D{A£ \ IBaking A^^ tr js ^ gssa IT C? WCW 5 IT ABSOLUTELY PURE

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Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896

thinness The diseases of thinness - are scrofula in children , consumption in grown people , poverty of blood in either . They thrive on # leanness . Fat is the best means of overcoming- them . . Everybody knows cod-liver oil makes the healthiest fat . In Scott s Emulsion of cod-liver oil the taste is hidden , the oil is digested , it is ready to make fat . . When you ask for Scott s Emulsion and your druggist gives you a package in a salmon-colored wrapper with the picture of the man and fish on it—you can trust that man I 50 cents and $ 1 . 00 Scorr & BOWNE , Chemists , New York Please mention the Western Rural . fctUttm . Wkl SMOKE YOUR MEAT WITH * SfSSS HP amcfSoie % ULeiRCULAR . E . KRAUSER & BRD . MilJQH . RV . Please — ^ ; ., ... * .. _ . ... WJ . U 1 .. KflilMY HUSBANDS- « E ~ SB ¦ fi T T ° P <» .. u .. fc . . $ 28 . 00 ¦ BSSBfififi ^ F 950 Arlington aBtUme for - * 19 . fiO ¦ BJKT ZB 9 Standard BlnpfTg - « 8 . 00 , $ 11 . 00 SSI \ V—«^ fipM...

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EGGS AND HOW TO SERVE THEM . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896

EGGS AND HOW TO SERVE THEM . *¦ \ WHAT an utter revolution would take place in culinary tactics and in the taste and criticism of the gourmand , humble or great , should we suddenly erase from our list of edibles the egg ! How many appetizing dishes would appear upon our boards no more , and in what altered guise would every favorite viand be served ! No other article of food comprises within so small a compass so many nutritive qualities and no other ingredient is named so frequently in the receipt book , is demanded so constantly by the cook , or has so baffled the imitator , the adulterator , and even the preserver . It is true that eggs may be kept , when packed air tight , for indifferent lengths of time , and can be shipped great distances ; it is true that farmers keep them in strong lime until the prices rise ; it is true that grocers offer you a prepared egg product , said to answer every purpose in cookery of the genuine article ; but it is equally true that an egg three d...

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THE OLIVE . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896

THE OLIVE . OF course you have all read in the Bible of Noah , and how the dove ; which he let out of the ark , returned to him the second time , bearing an olive leaf in her bill . God made use of this leaf as a token of comfort and mercy , and down through the centuries to follow , and in almost every nation , we find the olive branch an emblem of peaceT The Jews thought a great deal of- the olive tree and no wonder , for it supplied them with food , light and medicine . To the Greeks and Romans it was also a symbol of prosperity and abundance and the leaves were used in the wreaths which crowned the victors in their games . It is an evergreen of an average height of twenty feet , native to Asia and Southern Europe . The leaver are shaped like the willow ieaves and of a silvery green color . Its blossoms are white and in clusters something like lilacs . The fruit resembles a plum in shape and size and when ripe is nearly black . The pickled olives which you have probably eaten and...

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HOME-MADE CANDIES . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896

HOME-MADE CANDIES . Butter Scotch . —One cup molasses , one cup sugar , one-half cup butter . Boil in a suitable boiler until it is done ; , trying as for molasses candy . Pour upon buttered platters to cool . Cream Candy , boiled . —One pound white sugar , one wineglass of vinegar , one glass of water ,, one spoonful of vanilla extract . Mix the sugar , vinegar and extract together , place it over the fire and boil until it is brittle when dropped into cold water . Thentake it from tthe fire , arid when it is slightly cool enough to handle , pull it until it is white , cut in sticks and place on buttered tins or papers to harden . Nougat . —White of one egg , one tablespoonful of honey . Beat the egg and honey together . Blanch and chop finely the kernels of various nuts , and mix with them an < equal quantity of confectioners sugar . Stir a sufficient quantity of this mixture into the egg and honey to floirtai a stiff paste . Mold the paste into a cake as thick as you w...

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DO YOU KNOW [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896

DO YOU KNOW T HAT if a napkin is placed in the dish before boiled . potatoes are served , thenthe corners of the napkin turned up over them , it retains the heat and keeps the potatoes hot and palatable much longer than otherwise ? That if potatoes have been boiled or mashed , and it is desired to keep them fresh and hot for some time before serving , it may be done by laying a folded napkin closelyover the potatoes to absorb the steam , covering the kettle and setting it where it will keep hot , but not burn ? If they are to be kept for any length of time the kettle containing them should be set in another of hot waiter , for in that way they can be kept fresh ? and hot for an hour or two . That if when cooking , the food sticks fast to the bottom of the kettle causing it to be hard to wash , if after the food is dished , a pint or more of boiling water is put into the kettle and it is closely covered to steamy by thjei time one is ready to wash it , it willBe sosoftened as to be e...

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