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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 5 March 1896
MONDAYS AIR CHURN . Clients wanted . Farmers and farmers sons I Do you want to make money ? If so secure territory . Churns in three minutes . Sample $ 5 . 00 . Write at once and secure your territory . Address AMERICAN SPECIALTY CO ., 334 Dearborn St ., Chicago . $(OOiFREE To tlie persons making tbe largest yield from 1 / INCI CQC « OM ) COIN PROLIFIC our VllltLLOO SWEET POTATO this year . Here is a chance to MAKE MONEY EASY , besides getting tlie best Sweet Po . tato on earth . Send for 1896 Catalogue . / \ ! VT I r \ 1 VT Yelh &gt; w Olobe I ) anvei % post * 11 lN II J F \ paid , 70 c . per lb . Red Weth . „ , lv / l ^ ersfield , 80 e . per pound . MEION SEED , all leading varieties . 35 c . PS . PJJSjySl , 1 * 08 ^ 1 * 1 * 8 - CaM y ° « •*«»* this ? RADISHES , 45 c . per pound , postpaid . Peas , Beans and all Vegetable Seeds at correspondingly low prices . It will pay you to let us hear from you before you buy . Wo are the Market Gardener and Fanner s friend . OUR PRICE...
REINDEER FOR AT . AHTV-A . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 5 March 1896
REINDEER FOR AT . AHTV-A . OUR leaders will recalfour reference a - short time ago to the effort being made to secure reindeer for Alaska . In furtherance of that object the Secretary , of the Interior has approved and forwarded to Congress the recommendation of the Commissioner of Education that the sum of $ 45 , 000 should be appropriated the present year for the purchase of reindeer ,, the same to be furnished by the lowest bidder and- delivered at suitable points on the Alaskan coast . Fifteen hundred to . 2000 reindeer would it isi-thought , be secured by this sum Added to the-900 or more deer already in the herd kept at Port Clarence , near tiering strait , there will be a stock of 2500 or niore . The natural increase of a herd of reindeer , judging from the experience of the last four years in Alaska , amounts to . upward of 50 per cent increase of the entire herd . With 3000 reindeer the annual increase would be at least 1500 , and the bureau of education could distribute in...
EARLY . MATURITY IMPORTANT [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 5 March 1896
EARLY . MATURITY IMPORTANT A T a Wisconsin institute a sheep breed- *»¦ er expressed his views on breeding sheep for mutton , and said among other things : . . The . most important thing perhaps for us to consider is the value of the lamb as an animal that shall mature early . Now we understand the . difference there seems to be between ; the product of mutton as it goes onto the market that is immature , and the value of it as mature . The same relation exists in a carcass of mutton that exists in fruit as to whether it is ripe or green . One of the great detriments to . the mutton market in America is we have been putting so much green stuff on the market for people to consume . This has come about-from the fact that we have been producing mutton from a breed of sheep that were adapted to grow wool . There is not anything that is consumed as food that gives us any more satisfaction that the fine mutton . lamb , and the only reason that it is not a popular meat is because the peopl...
FATTENING LAMBS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 5 March 1896
FATTENING LAMBS . For fattening lambs Prof . Roberts gives the following ration in the Rural New Yorker : Cornmeal should form in connection with the other foods mentioned , one-third of the . grain ration . Cornmeal , 100 pounds ; wheat bran , 100 pounds ; oil meal , 20 pounds ; peas , 30 pounds ; oats , 50 pounds . Mix and feed from one-half to one pound per day per lamb . This will do when shredded corn stalks are used , but when clover is fed there should be a greater proportion of corn , and less of oats and peas . If one feed is of shredded corn and one of clover each day then the corn should not be increased and the oats and peas diminished as much as when clover is fed exclusively . Sheep do not relish wheat as well as the other grains , either whole or ground . Better feed the wheat to the chickens . The grain alone would give a nutritive ratio of- one to five and five-tenths . The shredded corn fodder would widen it possibly tq one to six or one to six and five-tenths ! It...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 5 March 1896
Built : On the . Solid Basis Of Pare , Rich , - , Bed Blood , Health Is real and lasting 1 . Opiate Compounds , Narcotics * And Nerve Stimulants are Temporary and Dangerous . Hoods Sarsaparilla Builds permanent Good Health \ Because it . &gt; : purifies , ^ talizes And Enriches the Blood . X ^ ures Scrofula , Gatarrhj Bheumatism ,. ; . Nervousness , Weakness , pyspepsiar Try it ; : Prepared by C . 1 . Hood &amp; Co ., Lowellt : Ma 3 s . # 1 . Hnnri &gt; c D 511 c tne after-dinner pill an * IIUOU S lrlllS K family cathartic ; 2 fov T % ? ff 5 IT B 00 D BUTTER / BR *
CROSS-BREEDING . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 5 March 1896
CROSS-BREEDING . O PINIONS of A Crank , in . a Country Gentleman : It is strange that few in discussing this question give any practical views of what they have done ,, or what their observations may warrant . While my experience has been limited , it may be of value to those who are at work &lt;&gt; n this line . In an endeavor to improve the native •cows which were to some extent graded with Ayrshires , say one-quarter , a Jersey Ibull was used . This was continued on the produce , always using a good sire , and not inbreeding . - Up to . the . three-fourths and seven-eighths cross ) every generation was an improvement in style and producing qualities ; but thereafter our hopes ¦ were shattered , although each succeeding generation was superior to the . last . Tnis was continued until- the cross was 127128 ths , when , a positive failure resulting , it was stopped , and registered Guernseys substituted , which change has never been regretted .. One cow in particula...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 5 March 1896
VARM 3 TH 0 H ^SrTHEKINDTHATPAYS,thekindthat . BaYMER-BAUMAN ¦ i . T ..- •- / Pittsburgh . lasts , in pamtinef , labor is three-DAVIS-CHAMBERS - ™ - r , 1 i - . . , • FAHNESTocK Pitt 8 bnreh &lt; j fourths the cost ; and with Pure White - ANCHOE Pht 9 bur * h - Lead and Tinting Colors more work can be . ECKSTEIN } Cinclnnati- done in a given , time than with inferior ATLANTICI materials . , It makes —with P Nure Linseed BROLLY * Oil —the best paint and the kind that lasts . JEWETT [ New 7 ork To be su : : e of getting ULSTER TT ^ WW T M :LureWhiteLead •SHIPMAN K t COLLIER j j examine the brand ( see list genuine brands ) . MISSOURI gt Louis - Any shacle Qr color desired can be easily obRED SEAL 1 i * x T SOUTHERN ] . tamed by using . NATIONAL LEAD Co . s brands JOHNT . LEWIS &amp; BEOS . CO of Pure White Lead and Tintino- Colors Philadelphia . _ ,, - . . £ &gt; MORLEY Pamphlet giving valuaDle information and card •showing samples S 4 TUM Cleveland . of colors...
AMONG HORSEMEN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 5 March 1896
AMONG HORSEMEN AN TERROR IN HORSE BREEDING . IT is the opinion _ of the Homestead that the depression which has existed in horse breeding for the past three or four years will presently disappear ., With the resumption of work , the light of experience in the past should be consulted in order to avoid past mistakes . One of the serious mistakes was made in the breeding of draft horses by a great many farmers , and care should be taken to avoid it in the future . The mistake referred to was this : Many farmers bred good sized , native mares to good sires of one of the draft breeds . The colts resulting from this mating were of good quality , and for the time , of good weight ; that is to say , they were much better in size and weight than we had been in the habit of seeing from ordinary farm breeding . Indeed they were so much better that farmers thought they were good enough for any possible future demand , and tempted by good prices they parted with the colts regardless of sex , re...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 5 March 1896
ATMEDICAL ^ PTREATMENT.X If you want the best expert and scientific treat ment by the leading physicians and specialists of . the country , consult only DB . HATHAWAY « fe CO ., TO Dearborn St ., Chicago , 111 * Alt Chronic Diseases of men and women , Private , BKUK . Blood and Nervous Diseases . Cases treated bymalr all over the world by Bending for Symptom Blow No . 1 for men , No . 2 for women . No . 3 , Skin Disease No . 4 for Catarrh . Best of reference *
VETERINARY [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 5 March 1896
VETERINARY The several departments of this paper are for the -ase and cenvenienco of its subscribers exclusively . Those wishing aavice in this column will please state their guestions plainly and concisely and upon paper containing no reierence to subscriptions or to other departments of the paper . In relation to diseases and ailments of live stock , it is necessary that we be exactly informed of the symptoms as observed , else it will be impossible to fully understand and prescribe for the case . We cannot answer veterinary inquiries by mail , unless $ l ( tlie regular veterinary foe ) is inclosed . THICK WIND .-Can you give a remedy for a thick winded horse ? For a short winded torse?—Reader ; ~ —A broken winded horse cannot be cured . - Remedies may-be given for apparent temporary relief but not permanent . Give a limited amount of feed and no more . . A wind broken liorse is much worse when the stomach is overloaded . WIND BROKEN H « RSE .-I . have a horse that is wind broken ...
. , A GOOD HARNiESS OHY [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 5 March 1896
. , A GOOD HARNiESS OHY A coiTespondent in Counti * y Gentleman ¦ gives the following receipt for making , a harness oil that has only to be applied once a year to keep . the leather soft and . of a glossy black . He says that every ane who has used it will have ho other . To two quarts of fish oil add two pounds . of mutton tallow , one pint- of castor oil , one-fourth pound of ivory black , one-half pound beeswax , four ounces of rosin , one . ounce of Burgundy pitch . Put all together in an iron kettle over a slow fire . Boil and stir half an hour . Then set off . and Jet settle fifteen minutes . Then pour into another vessel , leaving all sediment in : the bottom . When cold , it is ready for use . If you cannot obtain fish oil , get Bteatsfoot . The fish oil will keep mice from gnawing harness . This receipt . beats coal oil and tallow . After harness has been oiled and rubbed in ,, wipe off -with a clean , dry rag .
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 5 March 1896
SOUTHERNfARMS.JHILLS;MINERAL UUU I 191 . 1111 lands , etc ., for sale , rent and ex- ¦ chjange . GEO . E . CRAWFORD &amp; CO ., . Richmond , Va . JkJ*CKS#JENNETS ^ ^^^ tt j ^^ fel laarge Assortment . VHBpRVi Prlze-wlnKtaB ; Blood . | f ~~ ^ R Fair daallne ; . Mule breeding soiree rfwiMnf 1 e P ron * ot th « horse trade . For VH 0 nSJBf » partlculara , wrlto A . w . noPKiars , PIBT , m .. WBUGGIES,PHAETONS,SURRIES,WAGONS,?m ^ -J ^ . A ? ARTS , HARNESS , SADDLES , BICYCLES , &amp; c . j 53 fe . ip^^F^ K £ jQg \ p &lt; yjgQy m the world , for the money . All work auarantBPrt Ron ^ f « i ?« , 7-S Ies WK ^^^ y ^ A % JlSr tifullyillustrated CataCfor 1896 . ^^ fricfs in p ? afnfigures Offices sal ^ ^ R ^ T Style , Finish , rooms , factories : Court St . Alliance Carriage Co CtacinM ^ o . Dur bHiS polis ^ a ^ 681 ? wSv iS ^ - laV ^^ 6 pUmp * ? the ^ orld - Tube made of S !« 3 ™ 5—•^ a-nd y machine . for the house , garden or farm . Used to wash SE ^ Tl $ **** e * c ;...
Farm * Garden , and Orchard [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 5 March 1896
Farm * Garden , and Orchard MULCHING . IT is the general opinion that by mulching heavily around a fruit tree when the ground is frozen , the flowering , and consequently the ripening season can be controlled . Now let us look . at the conditions necessary for vegetable growth and then apply those facts to the case in hand , says Wallace s Farmer . ; The essential conditions for vegetable growth are a supply of assimilated matter ^ free oxygen in contact with the plain :, and ., a proper temperature . In common parlance we speak of a tree ripening its wood in the fall , which is simply saying that it stores elaborated food , mainly starch , in its body for future use . In spring when the required degree of temperature is reached , the buds begin to develop by appropriating for their immediate use the starch held in store since the preceding fall . This takes place regardless of whether the roots are kept dormant or not . If , however , the roots are kept dormant while the buds are l...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 5 March 1896
A BARGAIN COLLECTION OF f FLOWERSEEDSI _^^ m wmm ^^ 10 Choice Annuals ., C ^ Q ^ H ^^^ k ( everybody s favorites ) , all © SMmSm ^ mmmwEm * . new &gt; fresn seeds , sure to @ JEEHHP ^ Mk 8 row ana bloom this season . 2 tK A fi ^ SnBSK ^ B Pansy * 40 colors and jgj 9 ^^ nlwBIMS markings ; PhlOX , 20 colors ; ^ 2 KtiW ^ EllI * Verbena , l 8 colors ; Pinks , S 9 vKaUJi ^ fliXf 10 colors ; Petunia * 10 col-is ** ^¦ flHMPlfl ors ; Asters , 12 colors ; Bal- X 9 mi / iV ^ mS ^ W sam , 8 colors ; Sweet f 9 ^^ Mplpr Peas . 12 colors ; Migno- I ? 9 nette and Sweet Atyssum . || 2 EfAD 10 flEIITQ and the name and ad- ©• ) S rUTl I £ Vkll I W dress of two of your Jg 2 friends who grow flowers , I will send , postpaid , Js ; 9 the complete collection , one pkt . each of the ten V 9 varieties ( enough for any ordinary garden . ) This ® 5 is a BONAFIDE offer , made to introduce my © ( Si home grown flower seeds to new customers and © ) s which I guarantee to please you or the amount # &...