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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898

FOR NOTHING •* % ¦* _ gg l , » ... 44 TOOLS . < - P __ Cr— ^ ? • ¦ ~ 1 £ lr ? ii £ > Hundreds of Dollars are e 3 * 5 K 25 r 2 S ^ m § m _ E wasted every year in paying ~ 7 . «; ^ 2 ^_^^ a Kfvj- ior repairs which could be clone r ^ V ^ SmW * _ S $ . KV . W »* homo , hut for lack of &__ £ » . & --SnS-t-K : 1 tools - 1 £ J ou want them . at CW & II - ^ SSPMWi : once . K ° ud ns * 2 . Q 0 and we will SSrMll 53 ^ ifiS immediately ship this set , S 5 PHI I , __ 2 S 2 _ . < Jp * V which at any hardware store S 5 i iT § 8 VT \ i ^ SKK > I would cost you between i ~ and l *» SB ^^ yra \ SO , or send us 26 names of farm- ^ Plll 1 __ t £ ^ J ^ . ) ers with order and you can defclSifll BSiJi § Sis , ton 5 K > ! duct 50 cents . Will also send t- J & ( Zip * , £ ™ B « ri 5 ou complete list o £ all iirtl- < 8 s __ a 0 rv ; » f ~ t | fT ; l | i » -l cles and catalogue ot other .. — .......

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CURRENT AFFAIRS . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898

CURRENT AFFAIRS . polities . Each will retain its present currency system and have a tariff of its own . Imports from tbe islands will pay duties the same as foreign nations . • - ¦ Gen . Miles has been accused of suppressing one of his orders ,, which provided for sending the troops to Cuba during the rainy season . His reply is as follows : If they have any such order of mine in Washington let them publish it . I have been unalterably opposed to sending our troops into any of the hotbeds of fever , such as Santiago and other Infected places , and at no time have I deviated from the line of conduct I advised . By Jas . W . Wilson . 1 \ HH large increase in the quantity ; of money in circulation and the increase in bank discounts , which , as our weekly reports show , have averaged about $ 10 , 000 , 000 per week in the eastern banks alone , is having its influence upon prices both in this country and abroad . , ¦ - Our index numbers of the average prices of 20 staple farm products ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898

Published Weekly by the Howard & Wilson Publishing Company , MADISON and FRANKLIN STS ., CHICAGO . Gen . C . H . Howard , Jas . W . Wilson , MANAGING BDITOII . BUSINESS M ANAGER . Subscription rates , one dollar a year of 52 numbers . Single copies five cents . - Advertising rates made known on application . . R . S . THAIN , Manager Advertising Department . All communications should bo addressed NATIONAI , KUKAI , AND FAMILY MAGAZINE , Chicago , 111 . EASTERN OFFICE ( for advertising department only ) : Frank S . Smith , 47 Times Building , New York . Entered at the Chicago Postofflce as Second-class matter .

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An American , Enterprise [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898

An American , Enterprise 4 £ 1 ^ 00 late may yet be the epitaph for the plan for the Nica- |_ ragua Canal , which was presented to Congress at its last term . • In President McKinley s message to Congress , it is reported , there will be a strong appeal for immediate legislative action for its construction under government direction . The President will point out that our new connections in the Pacific and in the West Indies make it imperative for the United States to build and control the great international waterway , and that delay beyond the present congress in authorizing its construction will jeopardize the chances for American control in the future . , Failure this year may mean permanent failure as far as having the canal under control of our government is concerned . Opposition is now to appear from a new quarter . . - . The action of the Nicaraguan government in granting a new concession for the construction of the canal , conditional upon the forfeiture of the contract wi...

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In a Hurry for Currency Reform [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898

In a Hurry for Currency Reform AN extra session of Congress is called for by the TimesHerald . The ground for it is a reform of the currency laws . This is put forward as one of the issues settled by the late election . Just how , it is difficult for one to see without gold spectacles . They must be solid gold—not gold-bowed—but gold instead of glass , so as to blind one to the palpable facts . 1 . How does the gain of three congressmen in Illinois who favor a bimetallic standard , show for this state and for Chicago an urgency for the McCreary bill ? 2 . How does the gain of a similar kind-in Massachusetts and the defeat there of Walker , who was the chairman of . the banking and currency committee , prove that contention ? Congressman Walker was the man , if we rightly remember , who , as one of the trustees , undertook to have President Andrews of Brown University removed from his position because he was a pronounced bimetallist . He succeeded in pushing through a resolution aski...

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Let the Record Speak [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898

Let the Record Speak S OME important points are brought out by General Milesreport and chiefly by quotations from , or publications entire , of official dispatches For example : Protest of General Miles against sending troops to Cuba while they were untrained and while it was injurious to put an army op that island at this season of the year ( April , 1898 ); * * * General Shatter s dispatch , in which the General seriously considered withdrawing about five miles . * » * Decision by the department that General Miles should go immediately to Santiago with the re-enforcements . Clash between General Miles and General Shatter , in -which Shafter says : I was told by the secretary that you were not to supresede me in command here , and the reply by General Miles , in which he reminds Shafter that the order of the Scretary-of ¦ War left the matter to my discretion . Futile attempt to get laborers and lighters and surf boats , forthe Porto Rican expedition . . s , ;•* ¦ • • * - * . Genera...

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w Automatic Record [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898

w Automatic Record A NEWLY invented voting machine was given a trial at Rochester , New York , in the election last week and was pronounced a success . The greatest advantage of the machine is that it keeps-tally automatically of every vote cast . The result at Rochester was known accurately within a few minutes after the polls closed . The machine is said to be absolutely accurate , and it allows of scratching a split ticket to any extent the voter may desire . : The . machine is contained in . a sheet-iron frame , which makes an absolutely secret ballot . The voter , enters , closes the door & nd ; is confronted with the different tickets in colors on the wall of the closet . At the head of each ticket and opposite each name as a button . By pressing one button the voter registers his ballot if he votes a straight ticket , otherwises he presses a button for each candidate and the machine keeps an accurate record . There is said to be no possibility of the same man voti...

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A Steo Forward [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898

A Steo Forward THE people of South Dakota voted favorably on the constitutional amendment making provision for the use of the ¦ - initiative and referendum at the election of November 8 . ¦ ^ This is a step forward in the line of progress , and we hope to see ¦ the time when it will be recognized by all the states . It is a prin- - A ciple which has long been recognized by many states in connec- - .- tion with constitutional enactment , and in every instance its use A . in thafconnection has been productive of most satisfactory re- \ ; suits . In Illinois and some other states county , school district or , ¦ - „ . village bonds cannot be issued without referring the matter to the . voters of the district . In Cook county during the last election / . / A *; two . * propositions of this character were submitted to the voters . v > . The plan , which has been made a part of the constitution of ) South Dakota , provides that when a particular piece of legislation <...

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Singing the Old Tune [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898

Singing the Old Tune j By Jas . W . Wilson . THE organs of the banks and bond holders are again playing a funeral dirge over the alleged burial of bimetallism , while the priests of plutocracy and monopoly in their sable robes of darkness are singing their monotonous chants of victory . How they wish it was true that they had indeed gained a victory , that the cause of bimetallism and national currency , with its accompaniment of high prices and good wages , was indeed dead and buried , as they would have us believe . If they have scored a triumph it will not be the first time that right has been temporarily killed by wrong , only to rise again to go on to victory . The seed of the serpent may score a temporary triumph but the time is coming when his dragon heads will b 6 crushed .. • While the solemn dirge is beingchanted by these high prieste of hypocrisy , a vigorous young man , who symbolizes-the cause osf liberty and humanity against medieval slavery of the masses , is recruiti...

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RURAL AFFAIRS [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898

RURAL AFFAIRS Edited by W . B . Lloyd . Agricultural Instruction in Illinois WE have often mentioned the lack of facilities for agricultural instruction in the University of Illinois , and the need of an appropriation large enough to build and equip buildings adequate to the demands for instruction and in keeping with the position Illinois occupies in the sisterhood of states . Occasionally one who objects to such an appropriation raises the excuse that the boys of Illinois do not care for an agricultural education and that it would be a waste of money to build and equip buildings to aid in obtaining such an education . Away with such an idea . The boys of Illinois are just as bright and just as sharp as the boys of other states . Give them the opportunities the boys enjoy in other states and see if they do not rise up and improve them . With the small equipment in the way of buildings and appliances to encourage them in . getting an agricultural education , fortyone of them in the ...

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The Chinch Bug [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898

The Chinch Bug / -p \ HE U . S .. Department of Agriculture I has in press and will soon issue ¦ - * - Bulletin No . 15 , new series , Division of Entomology , entitled The Chinch Bug ; Its Probable Origin and Diffusions , Its Habits and Development , Natural Checks and Remedial . and Preventive Measures , with mention of the Habits of an Allied European Species . ¦ It was prepared , under the direction of the Entomologist , by F . M . Webster , Entomologist of the Ohio Agricultural ExperimentStation . The cinch bug is one of the most destructive insects with which the American farmer : has to contend , and the department receives many requests for information about it . . This bulletin is intended to meet this demand , and gives many new facts concerning the life history and distribution of the snecies . and the whole subject of the practical handling of its diseases in order to assist in its destruction is treated at length . It says few insects have caused such pecuniary losses a...

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Old Seed Corn [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898

Old Seed Corn T HREE or four years since an Indian mound in Arkansas was being excavated , when an earthen jar was found , hermetically , sealed ,, that , contained a small quantity of grains , of Indian corn . Some of the grains were the next year planted in Missouri and several bushels raised . On the top of the . mound from which the jar was . dug but n . large-tree four feet in diameter was growing , and it is thought the corn lay buried about 3 , 000 years . Squire James L . Neal . one of the most prosperous and progressive farmers , sent and procured a small quantity of the corn , paying over 2 cents a-grain . This he planted last year , but the yield was small on account of the drought . He saved enough , however , to get in a . good- patch this year . He has used it for roasting ears , and says it is the best he ever had . The ears are not large , but grow two to three on a single stalk . The one thing peculiar about this corn is its color , or rather colors . On the same co...

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How to Secure Good Roods [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898

How to Secure Good Roods COL J . B . KILLEBREW , a leading railroad officer of Nashville , long and intimately identified with the development of the South , has in the Southern Farm Magazine , of Baltimore , for November , an interview on good roads , in which he takes a radical position likely to attract , very general discussion and to arouse widepread interest among all classes and especially ainong farmers . Col . Killebrew says : The power given in the constitution to build post , roads and postoffices may be construed so as to include all roads made for carrying mails , and that under this provision it . would be proper for the national goveruTOPr . t to undertake a very comprehensive system of road-building . The advantages of good roads would be Of such inestimable value to the people at large , and especially to th ? gnat agricultural interests—the foundation of our national wealth—that the subject demands the favorable consideration of the whole country . The benefits res...

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Cooking Food for Live Stock [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898

Cooking Food for Live Stock . : By Prof . C . S . Plumb . R EADERS of agricultural works published in this century will find occasional contributions in favor of cooking food for farm animals . As early as 1812 Arthur Young advocated the process in England , of cooking or steaming all kinds of feeds . About the middle of the present century considerable attention was given to the preparation of cooked or steamed foods for farm stock , especially on the farms of well-to-do men in tinEast , who were fond of trying new methods . When the write * was a student at the Massachusetts Agricultural College , in 1879 , the process of cooking food for the large herd of cattle was regularly practiced . Large tanks , some eight feet long and perhaps four feet high and wide , and on small wheels , were filled with alternate layers of cut hay , grain and sometimes roots . Steam connections were made with a- boiler , and the contents of the box were thoroughly steamed for some hours after the mass ...

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What Becomes of Our Beef Product ? , [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898

What Becomes of Our Beef Product ? , By John A . Grier . TO the Editor : In your symposium of beef you have requested me to reply to the question , What Becomes of Our Beef Product ? Without much investigation , the natural inference is that the greater part of the beef product of our country undergoes a species of evolution from the prosy animal of the field and stall to serve , strengthen and vitalize theWide-awake American citizen . . In round numbers we are told by the Chief of the Bureau of United States Statistics , that in 1897 we had nearly forty-six and a half million cattle in the United States , but about onethird of these were milch cows . He also estimates the value of these cattle at over $ 877 , 000 , 000 . He estimates that the population of the United States , for whom these cattle exist , was , on Jan . 1 , 1898 , 73 , 857 , 000 . It is hardly necessary to say that statements like these are made with care and are an honest . attempt to reach approximations only , a...

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Get Rid . ' . of Surplus Fowls [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898

Get Rid . . of Surplus Fowls THE following , which comes to us as a clipping without credit , contains much that will be good to follow now ) before the winter wears away and trie grain fed to surplus fowls is wasted provided the stock is now in shape to kill : It is about time that surplus stock is disposed of . The flock owner should take considerable time in * making his selections for success depends in a . great measure on keeping the right fowls throgh the winter . We have hens that have nearly completed their annual molt and others that have not shed a feather . These early moulting hens are the ones to keep because they will soon begin to lay and will furnish eggs for winter . The others , will be disposed of . before long and the flock reduced to its winter size . It is a waste of feed to keep cockerels that are not good enough for breeders until late in the fall . v They have got to a prof- ¦ table size to sell by this time , and any increaseof weight from this time will b...

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The Morning Ration [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898

The Morning Ration F IFTEEN years careful consideration of the question has : , convinced me of the importance of making , the morning ! mash as dry as possible . If the hen had the duck s capacity to take its feed out of the water while rejecting that element , this matter would be . much simplified . But in my experience the greater portion of those who presume to mix a hen mash correctly would do better not to attempt to rise above the care of ducks . The hen is a very light drinker when not hampered as to its drinks , and , unless restricted from water a considerable period , will never take much water into its crop at one time . The condition of moisture inthe crop seems to control in the matter of thirst . However , if the otherwise appetizing ration is drowned in water it is swallowed , to the fowl s later discomfort ; and if this course is persisted in the result is a group of dyspeptics with distended crops . It bos been many a year now since I have seen this ailment among ...

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Poultry Suggestions [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898

Poultry Suggestions WE have observed that the best fowls for farmers as flesh and egg producers are Plymouth Rocks , Wyandottes , Langshans and Light Brahmas , says Poultry Journal . For eggs alone , Leghorns , Minoreas , Andalusians and Hamburgs . These are the leading farm breeds and may be made to do well with good , intelligent farm management , but do not expect to reap all the benefits from a certain breed o ffowls . Some of the flesh fowls wilt disappoint you from time to time in the production of eggs , and you may as well look for disappointment . While running at . large , it . should be remembered that the hen will be supplied with egg shell material , but when confined in winter , they should be provided that material , and there is no better time than right now . to begin to arrange for supplying it . Out raw bone is one of the best , materials for them . Table scraps will aid largely in egg production . The buildings should be so constructed that the living and scratch...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898

Those who write advertisers will confer a favor if they will mention this paper ,

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