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TABLE OF CONTENTS . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898

TABLE OF CONTENTS . CUBRBXT . AFFAIRS - NO w Is the Time ¦ . 153 ( 1 Work of Peace Commission 1530 Press of France . - hud Germany 1330 Railroads Doing Well 15 9 The Old Caiolinas . 1540 News Notes ..... lu-tl ) Money and the Producer ... 1541 , 1562 RURAL AFFAIRS—Our Sw ne Special ... 1542 Selection of Foundation Stock ....... .. 1542 Suggestions to Pork Raisers ......... ... 16-12 Homes of Our Readers ( Illustration ) . 1543 How We Slake Pork in Wisconsin ....... 15 : 4 How We Make Bacon In Canada . 1545 What We Have Leanied About Hog Cholera ............ ..........- 154 ( i The Hog Cholera Question 1 ............ . 1516 Fourteen Years * Experience With Hog Cholera 1647A Model Hog Earn and Feed Lot .... .. .. 1548 The Hog the . Packer Wants .............. 1548 The Importance of Succulent Food for Swine .................. 1540 A round of Pork ; ... 1550 Twenty Years With Hog Cli :: k < ra ... ... . .: 1 B 0 - Hog Cholera :.. ; 1550 VETERINARY—Scratches and Stocked Legs ....

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898

nose wno advef-sers will confer a favor if they will mention this paper ..

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Good Things to Come [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898

Good Things to Come Because . wo have promised more good , articles on swine do hot think that is all we have in Stove for you . We have an illustrated article Sugar Cane vs . Sugar Beets , or the sugar industry in the South , also A Profitable Industry , or Pine-apple Growing in Florida . by Jas . W . Wilson . , Besides these two valuable articles we have also from Mr Wilson s pen Steps in the Tragedy of a Nation , Whither Are We Drifting . A strongly sensational article , showing the rapid segregation of the wealth of the country in the hands of the few , the growth of giant corporations and trusts , and the tremendous increase in the number of paupers and renters , based on facts and figures obtained from official docments . - * - * - i write —The diploma and gold medal were awarded to the Chicago Scale Companv at the Omaha exposition for the best stock and hay scales over all first-class makes . No cheap scales were considered . This company claims to sell more scales than any o...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898

fl I ft B 11 % II 1 f Presents at wholesale rates Mill lIllBU I 8 Rogers Bros ., celebratmil IIIII W cd tabl ° wuro - Triple-platu fllflll IIIM 6 steel knives , per setofGll . ua , ** ¦ * ¦ I ¦ forksSl . 115 . A 1 plate tea spoons $ 1 . 10 . Table spoons or forks $ 2 . 20 . Boss patent 14 k . cold filled Nickel Elgin hunting watches . Ladles size . $ 11 . 50 . Gents ^ lze , Sl . i . OO . Barguin . Catalogue of watches , jewelry , etc ., on application . WHITNEY COOK & CO ., Wholesalo Jewelry , Armour Station . Chicago , 111 . SSEJBIUSE IT FRfefi •^ gpiLL U 30 days in your own homo before paying fia ^^ a ^ ajr ^^ rgpllSssOPe cent in advance ; shipped anywhere , to IWfeU ^ K ! ^ B ! ilKd | n ] anyonelfor 30 days test trial . We risk yoa . BlElTvi ^ TOMBA * 00 LIl ° Star Machine , . . S 22 . 00 BIPW VtafXIuF ^ 50 Fcarl naehlno 18 . 00 ^^ «| iDXffiJrl Standard Singers , $ 9 , 912 . 30 , 16 . 00 •? p lal >^* = v ! kKll PuHsetof attachments free ; buy from factory a...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898

>«> ^ , ^ S * ., i . 1- — - — V Published Weekly , by the Howard & Wilson Publishing Company , MADISON and FRANKLIN STS ., CHICAGO . Gen . C , H . Howard , Jas . W , Wilson , MANAQINQ EDITOB . BUSINESS MANAGER . Subscription rates , one dollar a year of 62 numbers . Single copies five cents . Advertising rates made known on application . R . S .: THAIN , Manager Advertising Department . All communications should bo addressed NATIONAL RURAL ANJD FAM 1 XT JIAGAZENE , Chicago , 111 . EASTERN OFFICE ( for advertising department only ) : Frank S . Smith , 47 Times Building , New York . Entered at the Chicago Postofflce aB Second-class matter .

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CURRENT AFFAIRS [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898

CURRENT AFFAIRS Now is the Time . THOUGH we have never taken any very positive grounds in , favor of acquiring the Philippines , still , now . that they are ours , there can be no doubt that we have a duty to me Filipinos . We also have a duty to ourselves as a nation , and mat is to reform our civil service . , With millions added to our population to be governed at arm B length and our civil service immensely increased in the numbers of the public offices and with far greater difficulties for inspecting and closely observing the operations of our public servants in those remote places , is it not clear that we must appoint them solely on the ground of fitness for the duty required ? In short , do we not owe it to ourselves and to our good name to-discard entirely the old system of appointing officers or agents of the government on political grounds ? Would a man do his duty better in the Philippines or elsewhere in the service of the United States because he is a protectionist or ...

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NEWS COMMENTS [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898

NEWS COMMENTS Notwithstanding considerable clamor for currency legislation on the part of the advocates of the MeCleary bill , there is not much liklihood that any such legislation will be enacted at this ¦ session . The firsWduty will be to attend to the appropriation bills . . !—- Two duelists who fought at Jackson , Ky ., were both instantly killed . If that result could only be brought about in every duel this relic of barbarism would soon become unpopular . Instead of forbidding the practice , suppose a law should be passed requiring the Jorgensen rifle at easy range . If Senator Morgan carries out his purpose announced near the close of the last session he will call up the Nicaraguan Canal bill ¦ at the beginning of this session . What the people would prefer is that the Government should build and own and operate this great international improvement . » Some Senators seem afraid that Hawaii will be an entering Wedge for other- colonial legislation . They will oppose the plan ...

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The Old Carolinas [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898

The Old Carolinas SINCE the Rural discovered the Carolinas and called the attention of homeseekers . and those who for reasons of health are seeking a better climate or who are looking to better their material condition , to the advantages of these neglected states , a large influx of settlers has taken place , which is having a . marked influence upon local conditions . The six-inch one-horse plow is giving place to the big western double-team plow , and the slow-going decrepit ox to the quick-stepping horse . The oneox cart to the two-horse wagon , buggy and carriage . Especially is this true in the localities which we pointed put as the best for colonics of northern people . Chadbourn , N . C ., for example , where in 1 S 95 , when first visited by our Mr . Wilson , the primitive conditions prevailed , now has a population of almost five hundred northern people with schools and churches and a seeming air of prosperity . The cheap lands of good quality , healthful , equable climat...

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Excursion Notice [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898

Excursion Notice Our uext excursion to our Ohadbourn and Home wood Colonies will be December 20 . leaving Chicago at 1 o clock p . in . The same route and low rate as on previous excursions . We hope to hear in advance from all who will join us on this date .

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Monev and the Producer [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898

Monev and the Producer .. . By Jas . W . Wilson . Stripped of the verbiage of partisan discussion and the froth which . has-. - accumulated upon it , the money question becomes simply , a question of average prices . ; Priceand money are intimately associated ,, the one being the expression of the exchange value of aii-article or debt iu the , terms of the other . The sum of debt in a nation-, of which legal tender money is the instrument of payment and the sum of wealth to be measured and commercially exchanged .-with the sum . of money in circulation ,- making / due : allowance for the monetary conditions existing in other nations : with which we are commercially associated , determinesthe general level of . prices . ..- . If for any reason debts or wealth , or both , are increased while the quantity of moneyis diminished , remains stationary , or is not increased in- like proportion , under the law of supply and demand money becomes relatively more valuable , its purchasing power...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898

Are You a Grab ? An impertinent question truly . It means do you travel backward or are you of the progressive kind who know the value of-a high-class Farm and Family Weekly . If of the latter , you will only hesitate long enough to find the dollar to take advantage of the great offer madebelow . If of . the former class , you need the National Rural to turn you from , the backward track and , assist you to the high road to success . A RECORD-BREAKING OFFER . This sample of the . National Rural ( hitherto , for over 30 years known- as the ^ Vestern Rural ) is . only an average of the 52 others comprising a year s numbers . It is published weekly , contains 32 to 40 pages , filled with original matter from the highest class , of expert and practical contributors , illustrated with fine half-tone engravings , printed on such paper and press work as you see in this number . The price is only $ 1 . 00 a year inadvance .. , • To induce you to try it this year and get you in the habit of ...

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RURAL AFFAIRS [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898

RURAL AFFAIRS . Edited by W . B . Lloyd . Our Swine Special AS will be . seen by the most casual observer this number of the Rural is given up very largely to the American , farmers friend , the hog . In- the followi ng columns the investigator and the practical raiser set forth the results of their investigations and work . The breeder who ¦ nuses stock to improve the herds of others -and the one who raises stock to turn off as pork give their way of breeding and feeding swine for profitable pork production . The searcher after scientific facts in regard to hog cholera and the man who seeks a preventive or- cure of this dread . malady , which . destroys , hiSherd ,. give : the results of their experience and express their opinion -as to the cause and cure of this scourge of swine . The man to whom the . pig comes before his final disposal as pork—the packer tells what kind of a hog he prefers and why . The man who lives in that portion of America that produces the bacon that suits ...

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Selection of Foundation Stock [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898

Selection of Foundation Stock By Prof . John A . Craig . TT T will likely be most satisfactory for me H to state briefly the things that I have *¦ had in mind in buying foundation stock of any kind . Having definite , ideas of the kind of stock desired , and the most important qualities that are needed , it would then be well to visit a few of the leading and most reliable breeders of such stock . As a Tiile it is very unsatisfactory to buy animals without seeing them , and I think this is especially true when it : relates to the purchase of foundation stock . . In visiting a breeder whose reliability is unquestioned , I would be governed largely by his advice in regard to the merit of the animals he is breeding .. This may seem an -unsatisfactory statement to the average , buyer who is invariably suspicious of the breeder trying to sell him stock that has proven to be unsatisfactory . I have found , however , that when one gives a reliable breeder his confidence as to exactly , wha...

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Suggestions to Pork Raisers [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898

Suggestions to Pork Raisers By W . W . McClung . P ROFIT is what we raise hogs for , and the most pounds with least cost that will bring highest price gives most profit . In order to do this or to make a near approach to it . I believe it is absolutely necessaryto have well bred stock to start with , then it . is just , as necessary that they be well fed , for the best : results , cannot be obtained without a , combination of wellbred and well-fed . You will not get as much profit from either without the other as you • will the two combined . As to which breed is ; the bestof the several pure breeds . I would say they are so nearly equal ill the essentials for pork making that no man can prove that he has the best . / Therefore select the breed you think you would like best , and you will always be . glad you did-not take the other . JWl ANY men have what I believe to be a IVI very eroneous idea that crossing one breed with another will be beneficial . I am aware that men have raise...

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How -We Make Pork in Wisconsin [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898

How -We Make Pork in Wisconsin By Thomas Convey . TO make pork in Wisconsin we follow methods similar to Iowa and Illinois . In the south and west part of the state , we can raise just as good corn and as much to the acre , and corn is the ideal food for swine , with a . large majority of farmers . On the north and east side of the state they raise hogs in limited numbers , and follow eastern methods ; raise two litters a year from breeding stock , and in many cases feed in small yaras and pens . There a r e many features of hog raising here and elsehere and else- THOMAS CONVEY , where that I consider very faulty . One is the indifference or want of judgment in the selection and development of breeding stock . As your skillful mechanic insists , on having suitable tools to work with , so too does the skillful feeder expect to better his prospects by selecting the right type . of animal . Any animal used solely for making meat should be-thick-fleshed low down , broad backed and witha...

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How We Make Bacon in Canada [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898

How We Make Bacon in Canada * By Prof . G . E . Day . QF the bacon exported from Canada , the Province of Ontario furnishes abouttninety , per : cent . The export bacon trade of Canada for the present year will probably reach about eight million dollars , a very fair showing , considering that the trade is of comparatively recent origin . ¦ . . Though - : there tare • various kinds of bacon exported , Canada s export • staple is what is known as ^ Wiltshire ba- . j con , the greater part of which is tak- • en by the city of London . jThe London market is very fastidious and extremely ex- PROF . G . E . DAY . acting in the matter of weight , amount , of fat , quality , etc ., and consequently it taxes the skill of the Canadian feeder and packer to satisfy its requirements . If the side of bacon is too Iieavy . too light , too fat , or too thin , London will have none of it . It is not a matter of price , for London will not take it at any pnce . . : : For the production of Wiltshire ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898

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

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