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CHEAP EXCURSIONS TO GREAT SOUTH -WEST . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896
CHEAP EXCURSIONS TO GREAT SOUTHWEST . March 10 , 1896 , the Santa Fe route will run a series of homeseekers excursions from the East to principal points in Arkansas , Arizona Southern Missouri , Oklahoma , Indian Territory and -LGXctS * Ticket rates will be about one fare for round trip , with liberal limits and stop-over privileges These Santa Fe Route excursions will enable you to take a midwinter trip to a new country By addressing G . T . Nicholson , G . P . A Monadnock Building , Chicago , you can obtain free literature descriptive of the Great Southwest
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896
HEKEFOKDS-A large herd , comprising tne most fashionable and practical strains of thoroughbred cattle . A large stock of Bulls f-J suitable age for breeding purposes , also females , . or sale at reasonable prices . Tn breeding and . quality herd is second to none . Several World s &gt; Fair Winners . OEO . 8 . REDHEAD , Oes Moines . Iowa . A rti D h n Q ¦ o acre • ev ? pm dr y HI IIUIIUIVco sss &amp; £ 3 £ &amp; say on them and learn all about chufas , to J . P . VISSERING , Melville . Madison Co . 111 . Please mention the Western Rural . | Success JiTwairy l ^ is sure to follow the use of our » ^ &gt; POLAR CREAMERY 2 A We want reliable agents everywhere . \ T Send for } POLAR CREAMERY CO . V ySSm ^^ Lm ^ m Lafayette , Ind . # ) Please mention the Western Rural . The Best Feed Cooker Made . TL Smooth , heavy , cast iron kettle ; &lt; 5 ^ Y ^§ £ &gt; heavy boiler-iron casing . Gives 3 *^~ r 35 y J satisfaction every time . We are ; . ...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896
btrange waste of harness and shoe-leather ! Vacuum Leather Oil is best . Get a can at a harness- or shoe-store , 25 c a half • pint to . $ 1 . 25 a gallon ; book How . . to - Take Care of Leather , and swob , - both free ; use- enough to find out ; if you dont like it , take the can back and get the whole of your money . Sold only in cans , to make sure of fair dealing everywhere—hand y cans . Best oilier farm machinery also . . Ifyou cant find it , write to , VACUUM OIL COMPANY , Rochester . NY . P C .. CA . L . JL . A . nAYN Friend , Neb . Fine stock * - • sales a specialty . Have made over 800 sales and • mu . guarantee satisfaction . Thoroughbred Registered stock DUROC-JERSEY HOGS . So ^ ^ f and history . JOHN M . STONBBRAKBR , Panola , Ill . . ^ tfBKRSHSSSS ^ TJKEKSHIHK , Chester White , &lt; SEfVibs &lt;»! atAr » i ^ KJJJeney Bed and Poland Chins Jf ^ kaggflaaSELiJBPPIGS . Jersey , Guernsey and vW | HHBW Holstein Cattle . Thoroughbred . ¦ ¦ ^ S ^ S ^ MmmmMBML S...
The Western Rural VETERINARY [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896
The Western Rural VETERINARY KIDNEY WORM . —Is there any cure for kidney worm in hogs?—Jas . Cruickshank , Texas . —Aftere this worm is once seated in the kidney there can be no practical remedy applied . This parasite belongs lio the genus strongylus and its scientific name is stephanurns dentatus . STRINGY MILK . —A cow gives stringy milk out of one of her teats . She appears well , looks well and eats well . I believe some folks call it garget—Thomas Foreman . —Unless there are symptoms you have not named the trouble is . not garget . If the milk is too ropy to be milked out dissolve a teaspoonful of common baking soda in a pint of water and inject it into the teat . Bathe the affected quarter of the udder and give the cow internally a pound of epsom salts , and the next week or ten days give each day an ounce of hyposulphite of soda . RING WORMS . —Is-there any way to cure or prevent ring worms on calves ? It seems to be contagious . 2 . Also what can the National Cooperative Cl...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896
Imported Clydesdale Stallion . P Winner at State fairs . Exceptionally good breeder . For sale or exchange for land . A . UCHTST POST , Moulton , Iowa . HOTEL FOR SALE IN SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA . BEAUTIFUL VALLEY AMONG THE MOUNTAINS . Hotel doing a good business the year round—transient , tourist and summer . In the Midst of the Famous Virginia Springs Resorts For prices , terms , etc ., address E . A .. PARSONS , IO ? MadUon St ., Chicago . y ^/ ir ^ n is the best fodder crop that grows . The stalks and leaves are as good as green Corn fodder AND WILL REMAIN EVERGREEN through the dryest summer and fall . Other Valuable Forage Crops : ESSEX RAPE VETCHES , BANDVETCH , etc . We mail 1 Pkt . each , 4 kinds with our 116 page complete Seed Catalogue for 14 c-7 , 2 cent stamps . VAUGHANS SEED STORE , 26 BARCLAY ST ., 81 &amp; 86 RANDOLPH ST ., NEW YORK . CHICAGO . 066 ( 161 Simplements ¦ ¦ Hand Com Planter 59 B ; Hand Seeder $ 1 . 25 ; Wheelborrow Seeder best mude Drills nnd Broadcast...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896
AT MEDICAL N ^ . V TREATMENT . ^ If yon want the best expert and scientific treat * ment by tiie leading physicians and specialists of the country , consult only DB . HA . THA . WA . T • As CO ., TO Dearborn St ., Chicago , 111 . All Chronic Diseases of men and women , Private , Skin . Blood and Nervous Diseases . Cases treated by mail all over the world by sending for Symptom BlankNo . 1 for men . No . 2 for women . No . 3 , Skin Disease * No . 4 for Catarrh . Best of references . Jk _ JACKS 0 JENNETS *^^ Bf ^ bk ILarce Assortment . W ^^ H pVl Prlze-wlamtac Blood . ^^^ 11 Fslr dealing * . Mote breeding solve * H _ f 1 the profit of the horse trade . For * C || jMMl » P » rticulftrs , write A . W . HOPKINS , PtR ¥ , IlXr SSHpOSELEYS lilllfllMll i i l OCCIDENT ¦ I gHMi ig CREAMEJftY . HM ^^ 2 J ~ 2 P ! J | I Send for Special Introdui &gt; TE I ^^ MLE For catalogue aud prices write to THJS HOWE SCALE CO ., Chicago , St . Louis , Cleveland . Minneapolis , Kansas a JONES HB PATT...
^ QUESTIONS ANSWERED , . -y [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896
^ QUESTIONS ANSWERED , . -y Frank Breidenbsach , S . Dak .: The Creamery Package Company , 3 and 5 We ^ t Washington v ? street ; Chicago , ? 111 ., and the Curtis Manufacturing \ Company , oi \ Fotft Atkinson , - ^ is . ; are both reliable dealers in cheese factory and dairy supplies . - As tb vthie Advisability of starting a co-operative cheese factory in preference to a creamery , we hardly know how to advise , not ?; knowing .. your surroundings arid facilities for tiaiitiiing milk .. If you summer months , for the reason that good full creain cheese commands a very fair price the year round in comparison with butter , and butter is generally considerable lower in summer than winter , and the factory that rbakes good . cheese can usually find ready sale for its product at fair prices , compared to other farm products / If you have only three hundred cows and there is but a small part of them recently , fresh , we are afraid that a venture just now will not be a success and would...
PAKE ADVERTI 5 INQ [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896
PAKE ADVERTI 5 INQ The reader may recall the advertisement of the manufacturers of the so-called U . S . separators which appeared in the previous issue of this paper . : /¦ A couple of years ago this U . S . concern scattered ] : &gt; roadciastva circular asking Who was the son of Ananias and Sapphira ? This question it has been said was answered when a conspicuous official of that Company testified a few months ago in the now famous trial at Newfane , Vt ., of an attion to compel the prominent creamery firm of Francis Batcheldef &amp; Co ., of Montpelier , Vt ., to pay for certain IJ .. S . separators which naturally could not be made to do what had been claimed fdr them , and in which suit Batchelder &amp; C 6 . : were of course successful , largely by reason of the curious testimony of this conspicuous . witness who is said , to claim such ancient if not enviable ancestry . One might be uncharitable enough to . assert that the author of the advertisement ...
PERSONALLY CONDUCTED EXCURSION ' S ' TO CALIFORNIA . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896
PERSONALLY CONDUCTED EXCURSION S TO CALIFORNIA . Via the Chicago , Union Pacific &amp; Northwest em line , in upholstered , tourist sleeping-cats , leave Chicago every . Thursday , via the NorthWestern Line . Lo . ^ rates , picturesque . ; . ljoute , qitickiest time and careful attention are adtan- * tages offered to those whp . \ jQiu , _ tlie ^( B . . ; . ; 6 xcjairsions . Cost of berth only * $ 6 . 00 . / For ; -fuirparticulars address W . B . Kriiskern , G . : P . &amp; T . A ., Chicago , 111 . ] ¦ ¦[ : - \ ; _ • ¦ • . ; ¦ . • ;; : ^ f ,. ; .. We have just received the January issue of The CoilSpring Hustler , and find it full of interesting matter pertaining to fencing . If any of our readers are not receiving that paper a copy will--be mailed them gratuitously by addressing the Page Fence Co ., Adrian , Mich ?
Farm , Garden and Orchard [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896
Farm , Garden and Orchard DISTRIBUTION OF SEEDS . IN a caustic speech before the United States Senate on the resolution in favor of the seed distribution , Senator Vest severely criticised the practice of furnishing costly flowers from government greenhouses for the receptions at the executive mansion , and added . Sir , I would rather give twice the amount of this appropriation to enable some poor man in a distant country of the west who is fighting the hard battle of life , I would rather give him something that would make his cheerless home comfortable and bring light to his fireside ; I would rather put one flower in the sick room of a noble working girl or matron than to have it said that I had Voted a hundred and odd thousand dollars for the flowers and exotics to go to the receptions and banquets of the officials of this government , where the chandelier flashes Its light across the red wine and the air is fragrant with perfume like the spicy breeze of Araby the blessed . Sec...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896
I It is not Sweet Potato Vines fc You want—but ^^™ BZ Sweet Potatoes j Our Vineless Cold Coin Prolific Sweet P » Potatoes are Marvelous in Yield and Ej cheapness of production , and superior in qual- E . ity . The Indiana Farmer , our home farm g ; paper editorially highly endorses them . P a 600 BUSHELS PER ACRE 1 3 . Is a Small Yield for them . fc 3 We tell you nil about them in our handsome fc 3 new catalogue which we will moil tope fc 3 if sent for at once * * ^— p 2 No garden will be complete without them , fe 2 Have them to sell to your neighbors next year . F 3 THE HUNTINGTON SEED CO . E g INDIANAPOLIS , IND . g • HflnnnwHTWWTTwTwmTTTTYTmTmT * SWEET POTATOES FOR SPROUTING . Largest variety and best stock to be found Early Carolina . Yellow Jersey . Red Jersey . Red Bermuda . Early &gt; el low Strasburg . Southern Queen . Brazilian . Vineless , the new bunch Yam . Full particulars in my 31 st annual Catalogue , which is sent tree on application . J . A . FOOTE , Seedsm...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896
taUUU OLllUu ot Garden * Flower ** WWB * WBM ^ BTW and Farm g ( 3 g d 8 &gt; Roses , Plants , etc . Quality the Best . Prices the lowest . 30 new varieties Potatoes , retailed at wholesale rates . Address ENTERPRISE SEED CO . ( Seed Growers ) , Newark , Wayne Co ., N . Y . . GRAPEVINES Small Fruit Plants . Old and New Varieties . Warranted extra strong . None Cheaper . Send for Catalogue . EUGENE WILLETT &amp; SON , Norlh Collins , N . Y . POTATOES V ££ . \ i | Largest grower * of POTATOES for Seed In , , America . The Rural New-Yorker give * Sal- , zer s Early Wisconsin a yield of 786 bushels i per acre . Prices dirt cheap . Our great Seed &lt; ¦ Hook , 148 pages and sample 14-Ihiy Radish for ! &gt; l 6 c . posta . re- JOHN A . SAL 7 . EII SEEP CO ., IMYossp , Wis . i ty ¥ VW ¥¥ V ¥ V ¥ W ¥ W ¥ WWW ¥ i I A FLOWER GARDEN FOR 25 c . Our bargain collection of lOpkts . of Choice Flowers contains : Pansy Large German : Cosmos Giant Perfection ; Candytuft ...
A" NEW WONDER [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896
A NEW WONDER S CIENTIFIC men in different parts of our country and Europe believe they have made a discovery enabling them to penetrate , by means of the photograph , through substances hitherto held to be absolutely opaque . Edison , for example , expects to photograph the human brain . A certain ray of light , named X rays , is in its effects and possibilities for photographic purposes , new . A report coming directly from Edison s home at Orange , N . J ., states that in one of his experiments he caused rays to pass through a piece of steel one-half of an inch thick . He also found that the mysterious rays were capable of penetrating a bit of cardboard , apiece of celluloid and a half-inch strip of steel combined . Mr . Edison declares there is no danger of injury to the brain from the forcing 1 of the rays into it . Great results are anticipated from the perfection of this wonderful discovery .
A QUESTION FOR TAXPAYERS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896
A QUESTION FOR TAXPAYERS . O PPOSITION to saloons is usually put on moral grounds . It is the temperance societies or the churches which are relied upon to wage the war against them . But , entirely aside from the moral elements of the question , there are ample grounds from an economic point of view for throttling the liquor business . From some figures in a Philadelphia paper , supplied by George May Powell of the National Reform organization , it is indicated that the trade in intoxicants , more than all other curses combined , is at the bottom of hard times . The assertion is made that no matter which side of the silver and tariff questions is taken , the gross amount involved in them both together is not a quarter of the retail intoxicant trade of our country . Analysis of United States customs and internal revenue returns on malt , fermented and distilled liquor , shows $ 900 , 000 , 000 to be a pretty fair figure . But this represents only the approximately pure liquor . Hard...