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Some Letters [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 27 February 1896
Some Letters This is from a well-known merchant from Springfield , 111 ., Mr . T . H . Watson , who purchased 20 acres in Fair Oaks . His letter speaks for itself : Farm , Field and , Fireside , Chicago , 111 . Gentlemen : Having had . the pleasure of being one of the excursionists to Fair Oaks , Jan . 9 , and having just returned home from a trip through Southern California , I have many inquiries in reference to the prospects at Fair Oaks and other sections of California , as a place for an investment , and if you can send me some copies of The Heart of- California and other literature in reference to that section , I think I can interest some of my friends in visiting that place , and if they do I am confident they will purchase a tract of land . Having visited many points in California and making what inquiries I could I do not feel that I have made a mistake in purchasing a tract of Fair Oaks land , and I believe in a few years that will be one of the most desirable locations i...
Our Sunny South Colony . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 27 February 1896
Our Sunny South Colony . Our excursion will give an opportunity to visit this very desirable section of the South , Senator Brown writes in regard to the new body of land now ready for settlement , that it is of the best land in the State . A large part of it is cleared land , so that work can be begun on it with out delay . It is beautifully located in a most thriving section of the State . The price of . this land will come higher . Adjoining land cannot be bought for less than $ 50 per acre . -
More Letters [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 27 February 1896
More Letters The following are some additional letters from members of this Colony . We have several others , but this will suffice to satisfy anyone that those who have joined this Colony are satisfied they have a good thing . ¦ ¦ ¦ •¦ . ) Chadbourn , N . C ., Feb . 7 , 1896 . . Dear Sir : —I have your favor of the 5 th inst . I have been here about ten months and have watched with a great deal of in 1 - tefest both the developirient of this colony and the general advantages of the country . I have never founda more delightful climate in any portion of the United States than I have enjoyed while at Chadbourn . It is the opinion of a great many people who have never been here in suin mr that it is much warmer than inthef ar west ; This I have found to be a great mistake . I have suffered more from heat in Michigan than 1 suffered here during the entire summer . While the land is not so productive as a great deal of land in the north west , yet with proper treatment I have seen as fi...
Fair Florida . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 27 February 1896
Fair Florida . GREEN COVE SPRINGS SETTLE- . MENT . Dont fail to take in our excursion on the 10 th . The trip alone Will be well worth the money . Those who make their homes in this settlement will make no mistake . There is no better , if indeed , it is equalled , in Florida . It has a delightful climate and exceptional advantages and opportunities for making a living . Those who have not received a copy of the Album of Fair Florida , should send 10 c to this office for postage , arid get a copy . It tells all about the state . Mr . F . H . Hafer . the local manager of the Colony , writes : The services of Professor T . B . Moodi ? ol the State Agricultural College , linv »» - been , secured tor the Colonists .. He will devote one week each month in teaching therii how to grow , cure arid -market their tobacco . V , : Professor Mpodie in his reiriarks last Saturday statedthat he had had 250 years experience in the culture of tobacco ; that his great grandfather , his grandfather ,,...
TIMBER . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 27 February 1896
TIMBER . T HIS is the title of Bulletin 10 of the Division of Forestry of the U . S . Department of Agriculture , which is further described by Prof . B . E . Fernow , Chief of that Division in his letter of transmittal as a brief but comprehensive discussion of the characteristics and properties of ¦ wood in general and of our American timbers in particular , which it is hoped may be useful to engineers , architects , carpenters , lumbermen , and all wood workers . The paper was prepared by Mr . Filibert Roth , in charge of investigations in timber physics . Professor Fernow also states that the information it contains is largely based on actual experiment and scientific observation , and will , it is hoped , not only explain the experiences of the practical worker with his material , but will remove erroneous notions and thus aid in improving the practice and lead to a more rational use of our forest resources . The bulletin begins with a discussion of the structure and appearance...
Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 27 February 1896
Ask a Democrat about the Republican party . Ask a competing agent about Deering roller bearings . They will talk much the same . Ask a Republican about Democracy . Ask a ! twine trust agent about Deering binder twine , and . hear both denounced . Ask a Prohibitionist what he thinks of both other parties . Ask a competing agent s opinion of Deering roller bearings and Deering binder twine . Their answers will be much alike . Ask Your Own Common Sense whether Deering * machines with Roller Bearings will not wear , less and last longer than the old kind thai have -rip . way of overcoming friction . Ask your own common sense , too , whether it . isnt reasonable that we make better twine in our big mills . with bur reputation than makers who have no reputation to sustain arid who dont make ^ binders ; Could we have built up the greatest binder trade in tlie world by making either poor binders or poor twine ? In this , as in evelrything else , dont ask for disinterested opinions from inte...
Woman and Her Domain ; 'r : ¦ [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 27 February 1896
Woman and Her Domain ; r : ¦ ACROSS THE DELAWARE .. The winter night iscold and drear , Along the river s sullen flow ; ;; The cruel frost is camping here—The air has flying blades of snow . Look ! pushing from the icy strand , With ensigns freezing in the air , There sails a small but mighty band Across the dang rous Delaware . O wherefore , soldiers , would you fight The bayonets of a wintry storm ? In truth , It were a better night , For blazing fire , and blankets warm . We seek to trap a foreign foe , Who fill themselves with stolen fare ; . We carry Freedom as . we go Across the storm-swept Delaware ! The night is full of lusty cheer , Within the Hessian s merry camp ; And faint and fainter on the ear , Doth fall the heedless sentry s tramp O hirelings ^ this new nation s rage Is something tis not well to dare ; You are not fitted to engage These men from o er the Delaware ! A rush—a ., shout-ra , clarion call , Salute the early morning s gray ; Now , roused invaders , yield o...
Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 27 February 1896
A View of Political Economy FROM THE FARMERS AND PRODUCERS SIDE . WEALTH AND CIVILIZATION / £ __ 1 _} L ^ £ _ % _? # ^ gee . This book it an eye-opener to the farmer which will enable him to see clearly the position he occupies and act intelligently . It makes the financial situation plain to the simplest understanding . Nearly all other works of this class are written from the side of the bankers and money dealers . Price $ 1 . 00 in handsome cloth cover . OUR SPECIAL OFFISH : Free for two yearly subcribers or six trials . With this paper one year only $ 1 . 60 . All who have renewed their subscription can have book for 60 cents . THE WESTERN RURAL 215 Madison St ., Chicago , III . MEN MAKE MISTAKES—FIGURES NEVER , C OMMERCIAL CALCULATOR No . 1 . W 1 XL No . 9 . alCTTgl PREVENT MISTAKES , Ift ^ tfYlE I W v I RELIEVE THE MIND , I vj If 3 if jKT-t m SAVE mt \ ^/ IS I ( sH I Labor , Time $ Money , Iffjfi if ¦ 8 ^ O ** ** I DO YOUR RECKONING . 1 jK IS 1 Ik / l \ W I-thelWINKHNGofan W ^...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 27 February 1896
HAVE YOU GATAERH ? There is one remedy you can try . without danger of humbug . Send to H . G . Colman , Chemist , Kalamazoo , Mich ., for a trial package of his catarrh cure . His only mode of advertising Is by giving it away . Postage 4 cents . Judge for yourself . Mention this paper . . . ¦¦• : - ¦ . ¦ ¦ . ; ; ¦ , •¦ : ; . . ; ; ; ; . ;
Page 25 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 27 February 1896
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Our Young Folks' Corner [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 27 February 1896
Our Young Folks Corner THE FARMER FEEDS THEM ALL . The king may rule o er , land and sea . Tbe lord may live right royally , The soldier ride in pomp and pride , The sailor roam oer the ocean wide ; But this or that , whate er befall , The farmer he must feed them all . The writer thinks , the poet sings , The craftsmen fashion wondrous things ; The doctor heals , the lawyer pleads , The miner follows the precious leads ; But this or that , whater befall , The farmer he must feed them all . The merchant he may buy and sell , The teacher do his duty well ; But men may toil through busy days . Or men may stroll through pleasant ways From king to beggar , whate er befall , The farmer he must feed them all . The farmer s trade is one of worth ; . He s partner with the sky and earth ; He s partner with the sun and rain ; And no man loses for his gain ; And men may rise , and men may fall , The farmer he must feed them all . God bless the man who sows the wheat , Who find us milk and frui...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 27 February 1896
By EOGAa Is . WA-K . &amp; t ^^ We are Ten Travelers . There is the Merry Traveler , the Morose Traveler , the Clerical Traveler , 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 centuries peered , and 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 portholes of an old frigate , we seerri 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 I may ...
ALLEGED FUN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 27 February 1896
ALLEGED FUN RUSSELL SAGE AN OBJECT OF CHARITY . Russell Sage , whose apparel , at its best , is not calculated to give anyone an adequate idea of its owner s millions , was mistaken on Saturday for an object of charity , and had a silver quarter thrust generously at him . Uncle Russell is suffering from a boil near his shoulder , which has caused him to carry his arm in a sling . While standing on Broadway , near Fulton , waiting for an opportunity to cross the street in safety , he noticed a wealthy broker who bad just passed , with whom he wished to discuss a matter of business . The multimillionaire hurried after his friend , touching him on the arm , and said : I beg your pardon , sir— - Go away , my man , replied the broker . ¦ I really havent any time . Here is a quarter , and he thrust a coin into the horny palm of the outstretched hand , and then the broker looked into the face of bis friend . Great Scott ! he exclaimed . Why , Mr . Sage , I didnt know it was you . I really ...
A MYSTIFIED WOMAN . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 27 February 1896
A MYSTIFIED WOMAN . THE WHEELS WOULDNT GO ROUND . MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS AS WELL AS FATHERS AND SONS MAT PROFIT BY HER EXPERIENCE . —SOMETHING WRONG . Everyone in the street stopped . Even a child could see that there was something wrong . Every time the horse started the sparks flew from where the tire touectied the stone . That is why the lady got out . A crowd gathered and gazed curiously while she ; examined the horse , the harness , the vehicle and 7 the wheel that wouldnt go round . A policeman came , forward and suggested that the horse was balky . A gentleman who belonged to the . Society with the long name , said that the beast was overworked , and should be unharnessed and rubb d down . Another man advised her to back a bit and take a new start . A fourth suggested that if she would drive right on , sparks or no sparks , the difficulty would remedy Itself ; - while stll another insisted that unless a new tire be put on tbe wheel , the whole outfit would collapse . These con...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 27 February 1896
We illustrate above the factory of the Hayes Pump and Planter Company , of Galva , 111 . We nnd that this plant has a floor space of between three and four acres , and that it is equipped with a fine 300 horse power Corliss engine and the latest improved machinery especially adapted to the manufacture of corn planters , cultivators , hot water heating apparatus , etc . In talking with Mr . Hayes we learn that the company has been very much hamp ered for room for the past two seasons , but with the large additions erected and new machinery added this season , their capacity is nearly doubled ; they are now able to manufacture 30 , 000 planters per year should the trade demand , and not only Is their capacity increased , but with the special machinery added they are prepared to turn out a much neater and more substantial planter than ever before . When we are informed that Mr . Hayes made only 10 planters in 1887 , and that the company contemplates building about 7 , 000 planters for ...
WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 27 February 1896
WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW GRAIN MARKETS . Chicago , Feb . 18 . 1896 . Wheat . —There was a decided change yesterday in the feeling in wheat . and the demand was lively and prices higher . The English situation seems to be-growing stronger every . day , and the visible supply decreased nearly double , what was expected . Crop-damage reports came in very freely , and the cash demand was brisk here , while . New York wired that 320 , 000 bu . of spring wheat had been taken there to be shipped between now and March 15 . The country trade seems to be waking up a little , and many commission houses reported a material enlargement of the country buying . The trade is now greatly interested in what the government figures as to the amount in farmers hands on March 1 will be , and the general opinion is that it can hardly fail to show a material decrease * Erom last year . Wheat was quite active yesterday , and showed decided strength , selling up at one time l % c above the close on Friday—the la...