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Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
( P ^ fl The Rocker Washer ill Hb ^ SXted to wST JOO PIECES IN ^ SBif OM E HOUR , u clean as can be washed j 8 py » t ? on the washboard . Write for prices and descnp « ,, Jp ^ L \ , tion . ROCKER WASHER CO , * . Jry ^* lib «» llndoiSB 5 StoSw » R « n «« . « . Wajne , ln 4 » Please mention the Western Rural . Wife . Mother , Sister ^ Does your husband , son or brother smoke or chew tobacco ? Do you wish them forever cured of the fllthj habit without their knowing how it was done ? If so I guarantee you a positive antidote at little cost Write Backus Cook . M . D ., originator and discoverer , of , this cure , room 32 , 209 State St ., Chicago , and get ?; the facts and proofs thereof . Over 1 , 000 cured las ^ year . -: Please mention the Western Rural .
TWO HEADS BETTER THAN ONE . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
TWO HEADS BETTER THAN ONE . ETSY looked at me divided - between scorn and anger . I knew her inner thought was , If she aint the queerest ! The idee o savin all them ere old tin pails , ah bottles , an sich . She did not approve of me , and for once I really felt apologetic over my ingenious economics . For this reason I told her she need not lug them upstairs—I knew she hated to—and procuring a basket did so myself in several trips : The cellar cupboard shelves were nicely cleared , and Betsy • muttered audibly as she scrubbed : Good ribbance to bad rubbish . Buf Betsy s old failing of making audible , comments was overwhelmed by my inner conscience—or economy . - It seemed a real shame . There stood dozens of nice covered pails in which cottolene and lard had once reposed . There were other dozens of good bottles , and some indifferent bnes 7 ! l all with corks . Awaiting an inspiration I tucked them inoffensively away . The inspiration came in the shape of bad news from Betsy . M...
BOYS' STTTT . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
BOYS STTTT . This jaunty little costume is suitable for a boy from six to ten years of age . Dark blue cheviot is the material used for our model . The jaunty jacket is made with two box plaits , both back and front . A stitched belt of the cloth placed around the waist ^ iyes an air of style to the garment . The turn-over collar fits comfOrably about the heck and is trimmed with a row of heavy stitching . The sleeves are of the ordinary shape , and finished at the wrists by rows of stitching put on to stimulate a pointed cuff . The short knickerbockers , composed of the same material as the jacket , aire cut with-the usual seams and reach to just below the ? knees . 20495 . —Boys Jacket requires for medium size 1 % yards material 36 inches wide , 1 1-3 yards 48 inches wide ^ br 1 % yards 54 inches wide . Buttons required , 9 . Cut in five sizes from 6 to 10 years . 20167 . —Boys Knee Trousers , require for medium size 1 % yards material 27 inches wide , or % yards . 44 incheswide ....
SAVE YOUR SCRAPS [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
SAVE YOUR SCRAPS p \ ID it ever occur to you that the odds andi U endk of dress-braid , usually consigned * to the rag-bag , could be utilized in fancywork ? A scrap-bag or catch-all is very pretty maide from these pieces . Baste the braid lengthwise , overlapping thc edges a trifle ,, upon a foundation of goods th | e size you desire your bag . Scraps twelve inches long , can be successfully used in making a bag fifteen inches in circumference . Briar-stitch the lapped edges of thei braid with Romanfloss of any desired color . Sew a row of crochet-rings- buttonholedwith whip-cord twist around the top of bag ,., to keep it open . Run a ribbon through the rings and tie in a bow . at one side . Gather the bottom of the bag and adorn with a bow of nibbon . Hang with two loops of ribbonfastened to the rings . A very servicable bag for school-books-could be made in this way . As more braid will be needed for this article , I would suggest the following : Procure three or four rolls of Cr...
SCRAPS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
SCRAPS . —Shirt-waists will be worn the comingr summer even more than they were last season , if we are to judge by the way the large dry goods houses are laying in theirstocks . —Among the hundred and one prettlnesses of the winter are adjustable collars made of velvet , which are cut into square tabs at the outer edge arid lined- \ with a contrasting color . On a small farm , near the center of Wayne county , and but a short distancefrom the little hamlet of Olive Hill , reside John and Martin Gates , who for seventyseven years have lived together as man . and wife—a longer period than can be shown by any other couple in Indiana , and perhaps in the United States . Mr . Gates is now 95 years old and his wife is98 . They were born and married in Jeffersbn county . Tennessee . —A couple at Rome , Ga ., were married 1 * on the highway last week while seated in a buggy , the officiating clergyman also being in his buggy . The pair went to the minister s house , but found that he had g...
Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
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Camping Among the Orange Groves [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
Camping Among the Orange Groves ( Continued from page lJ 7 . ) tract of country , in my opinion ; and . you could not do better than come here and get a home—out of . the . snows and blizzards of Nebraska . - . , ,- ¦ - ¦¦ ¦ My brother , Rev . C . McKelvey , Superintendent Old People s Home , corner Pine and Pierce streets , San Francisco ; says of it : You will make no mistake , settling at Fair Oaks . It s a fine country there , and the land is going cheap , enough . . Well , Mr . Wilson , lest I tire your patience , I will close by wishing you and all the workers on the Western Rural and its family of subscribers a Happy New Year . ; . . Yours truly , J . McKelvey . FROM AN OLD CALIFORNIAN . The following letter from B . Wilson , of Sacramento , Cal ., to his nephew , Lucian Button , of Austin , III ., is in answer to a letter from the latter making inquiries about the Fair Oaks settlement . Mr . Wilson left Geneva , 111 ., some twenty-five years , ago , going to California for ....
SEEDS FREE . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
SEEDS FREE . PetS Sers 0 nTP 7 Sy * Stem ina ^ rated by to any one Z % f ° ° f NeW York secures free deSvery atST SGedS . - fr ° m them the office in thT u ^ tedlSr ^ 1 CeS t 0 aDy P ° St » £ T * 5 fc 2 TT &gt; Co - ««• this grwoj e S ? m ^ S ^ , ffi e 3 SS Q S grandest assortment of seeds on this continent Thi ^ s new catalogue they mail on receint of wSTS ? ?^ ° r t 0 th 0 Se ^ o wil ? S £ wm be ^ aneffTee ^ ad ^ isement it found in P M tiCUla 1 ^ 0 f this • off er will be round m Messrs . Peter Henderson &amp; Co s ad vertisemen tin another portion of thfs paper ^
EAGLE CLAW FODDER FORK . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
EAGLE CLAW FODDER FORK . : « anaicman * S „ n Lln cS ^; J a an- 2 ° 189 B - ^ r- ^ --- s - a JS . 1 , ^^ sisrfifjsiS farm any better nfliT . ^ + « i * on the to , th Jthf ^ r ^ . ^ rsr % rr e health preserver and saves more than its cost foddor . 7 Tlnff ° Ut 0 f clothes and mi s in one JnlSi !? g SeaSon t 0 say nothinS about the comfort and condensing time in handling the EV * „ We cut our « orn , throw g it in SlS i V ^ half a da ^ take the fodder fork fn i f f ° dde , r jUSt above the ^ rs and set it in . shock , nearly . as fast as two men will to grabble the fodder the old way with hands ; die , nmw T . ! the twine in bindin $ in bun ! S ? i - y mu bpther in untyiQ S in husking and retying . The Eagle Claw makes no blurks : it gets it claw full , no matter how tangled or in ^ e , T + l Sn 0 W - No matter how the fodder is hauled the fork is needed to feed the fodderno matter if in barn or bulk , the man that uses one will never regret his purchase money . Yours truly , • W . M ...
IMMIGRATION TO THE SOUTH ' HOMESEEKERS' EXCnRSTnvs ' [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
IMMIGRATION TO THE SOUTH HOMESEEKERS EXCnRSTnvs February 11 th and March 10 th , 1896 * Lan ^ PoTnt e s r l E , TUrSi ° n * iCkets Wil 1 ^ sol d LS points in the Northwest over the Big FonrRoute and Chesapeake &amp; Ohio Bv to viiiST and North and South CarolinT afone ^ flre ^ bnzzaSf 8 I irginia haS * Perfect climrtefZ tion sen /? n d T rketS and chea P transporta ! nZ t nf V ? f ? r . rates ^ d ^ ee descriptive pamphlet of Virginia lands . U . L . Truitt N W v A ., 234 Clark St ., Chicago , 111 . W P —It may be said that Edgar L WakPinn ^ has walked pretty nearly IS ayeSS hzed world . He always take ? his tSJQ &gt; eed is a matter of no moment to hfm He goes among people and cities and coJmC tries to study them as they are , to convex to our readers as faithful an idea o 5 wlai he sees and hears , and the feelings awaK ened as is possible to languagef-Sam ^ mento Record-Union . sua s « - oacra- ^
Our Young Folks' Corner [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
Our Young Folks Corner JACOB AND RUTH . By A . M . M . Two little pets to the children belonged , Two . little pigs , to tell you the truthOne white as the snow , one black as a crow , And their names were Jacob and Ruth . Now Jacob , by some means or other grew lame , . And . went sadly limping around ; And one more devoted in trouble than Ruth , I am sure could never be found . In day time they wandered about at their will , As long as no trouble they made . And at night safe and warm , secure from all harm , In a box In a shed they stayed . When poor little Jacob was gently put in , . . He would lie in a corner and wait JFor dear little Ruth , in her womanly way , ; To tuck the soft straw round her mate . i . ¦ Sometimes when the children weregoing to school , Ruth would go with them down to the hill . s 3 Poor . Jacob would follow . part way , then turn , round , And with ear-piercing squeals so shrill Would throw himself down in a passion because He was left for a moment alone ...
Page 27 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
the doctors approve of Scott s Emulsion . For whom ? For men and women who are weak , when they should be strong ; for babies and children who are thin , when they should be fat ; for all who get no nourishment from , their food . Poor * * blood is starved blood . Consumption and Scrofula never ¦ . come without this starvation . And nothing is better for : starved blood than cod-liver oil . Scott s Emulsion is cod-liver oil with the fish-fat : &lt; taste taken out . ^ Two sizes , SO cents and $ 1 . 00 SCOTT &amp; BOWNB . NewYork- Dl MVO £ , la I 0 gue i T &gt; Sp , eakers « f ° r School , rLO ¥ o £ 1 S b « an . d Parlor . Catalogue ireS ¦¦ ¦ * ¦ ** T . S . Denison . Publisher , Chicago in , Please mention the Western Rural ARE YOU , nt 0 ro » t «| ¦¦ •* llfc ¦ WW the SOUTH ? Subscribe for the ROSELAND HERALD and learn all about the Northern Colony at Roseland , Louisiana . Address , HOYT &amp; BBIOHHBT , Publishers , Koseland , La . Special offer to n...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
5 y EDGAR , b . W / lfc £ MJ £ i « We are Ten Travelers . There is the Merry Traveler , the Morose Traveler , the Clerical Traveler , the the Gipsy Traveler , the Chronic Traveler , the Casual Traveler , the Student • Traveler , the Aimless Traveler , the Commercial Traveler , the Vagabond Traveler . How we came to know each other is no matter . We meet at times at my own apartments in a quaint old inn , beside a cavernous fireplace , . into which countless now sightless eyes have for centuriespeered , in a pleasant way we re-live our- pilgrimings , or recount those romances of . others which have touched our hearts and -tarried there . In this old room ,, with its brown rafters , decrepit floor and little , high dormer windows , like the port-holes of an old frigate , we seem to become almost one in this kindly companionship . We are so much one that when my guests have departed , I . sit here by the old fireplace , where friendly voices and presences linger , and set down as best ...
ALLEGED FUN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
ALLEGED FUN A LIVE STOCK PROBLEM . 44 A RE you good at figures ? asked Mr . , - A . Bentley of Mr . Groves , who occupied the next desk at the , right . , I , used to be , replied Mr . Groves . Why do you ask ? I have a little problem here . Take it • down and see what yoii can do with it : A man has $ 100 with which to buy 100 bead of stock . He pays $ 10 a head for cattle , $ 3 a head for hogs and 50 cents a head for sheep . How 1 many of each does he fcuy ? Do you know the answer ? Yes ; it s very simple when you get it . &gt; I think it can be worked by algebra . I m a little rusty , but Ill see what I can do . Bentley turned to his routine of desk work , v and Groves started in to solve the problem . In about half an hour , having covered several pages of paper with x , y and z calculations , he asked suddenly , Is there any way to make it come out even ? Make what come out even ? asked Bentley , who had forgotten all about the problem . So you re still working at that ...
Page 31 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
pUftTTT 9 f SMOKE YOUR MEAT WITH * fiBBBSf WiD EXTRAKT MOKE VULQmcu LAR . EKRAUSEB &amp; BBD . MllJOffR PATE N TS . I * . BEJLNE « fe SOW , Solicitors of Patents and Counsellors ln Patent Cases , McGill Building , Washington , I &gt; . C . • ( L . Deane , late Principal Examiner U . S . Pat . Office ) All Patent business promptly attended to at fair rates . Our facilities as good as the best . Refer to Editor of this paper . Please mention the Western Rural . JfiplM Ift ^ mmmMmiim 3 rd Edition . Copyrighted . The best guide ever published . Contains an th e se- - orets of the most famous trappers . One receipt cost us $ 20 . Price , cloth bound , postpaid for 50 cents ; leather bound , 64 cents . Price lists and other valuable information sent free . Northwestern Hide « fc Far Co ., Minneapolis , Mi nn . . RAILROAD LANDS For Sale at Low Prices and on Easy Terms . Ihe Illinois Central Railroad Company offers for sale on easy terms and at low prices 150 , 003 acres of ...