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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 January 1885

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Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Stockman
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 January 1885

TIMB IS MONBY . r ^ \ ^ ^©/ s ^^^^ r 5 > ¦ si ^ C^^ P. S. BARfLETT ( Lute of American Watch Co ., St Wnahlnarton Street , Chicago . 88 page catalogue sent free to any address . Goods sent C . O . D . and by registered mail to all parts of the country . Mention ( lie Farm , Field and Stockman , drill rupiu [ Or 5 rt , nd a t A c ^ u & jlUmtnulnti w «tt . Mors * OUH No . IPlantation Saw Mill , $ 200 SEND FOE DESCRIPTIVE C 1 KCULABS . ) SMITH , MYERS & SCHNIER , 260 , 262 , 264 ft 266 W . Fronl St . CINCINNATI , OHIO . Mention the Farm . Field and Stockman . FARMEBS SAW HILL A TEN HOESE POWEB JL HDIAIfAPOLIS , im a 2 s 2 ll 5 iBl Mention the Farm . Field and Siockmnn . ¦ ¦ f » nilfA To use FARGOS II U II VV JUNE GOLDEN II lH 10 BUTTER COLOR made by the oldest manufacturers of an oil butter color in the United States . Established ln 1869 . The market value of your butter advanced 3 to 5 cents a pound . Use tho strongest pure colormade , free from ranc...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Stockman
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 January 1885

Poultry Keeper Series No . 1 . POULTRYFOR PROFIT , By P . H . JACOBS , EDITOIt OV THE POULTRY KEEPER . This new book is just issued and will be found to be of incalculable value to those who are interested in raising poultry for profit . Mr . Jacobs does not write from a theoretical point but from an actual experience of thirty years in the poultry yard . Contents of tho book are , Capital Required , How to Succeed with Large Numbers , Why Failures Occur , Tho Best Breeds for Profit , Advantage of Certain Breeds and Crosses , Management of Hens for Laying , Why Poultry has not been Profitable when Kept In Large Numbers , Construction of Poultry Houses and YardR , illustrated , Growing Green Food , Why Hens Do not Lay , Treatment of Diseases , Comparison of Large and Small Flocks , Management of Chicks for Market and the Best Crosses Therefor . How to Feed and How to Manege in Winter , and hundreds of other suggestions of great value for those contemplating raising poultry for market...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Stockman
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 January 1885

ITURBINES WINDMILLS . I OaliJTorxxia s ^ aavori-te , And the favorite of everyone whohas eyer seen or used it . . The Turbine is all under cover , and completely protected from the weather . For further particulars , address the Inventor and Patentee , A . H . SOUTHWICK , Des Moines , Iowa . Always Mention tiie Farm , Field and Stockman . _ . BRICK M g £ MACHINERY . JJP 2 * Wm BSs ® y SOLI ^ JHL ^ z % , Zt 00 mention the Farm , Field and Stockman . HOOSIER AUGER TILE MILL . FOE PRICES AND ^ rarcnraMTADDREss NOUW , IUDDEH UN ) ., Millie , M . BRICKfTILE MACHINERV uLTzsrT ^ r m m m 9 mmm ^ m ^ m m m mm \ ^ HRBRH H ^^ R BB II ^^ K BES T ^ fl & jMBggK Send for Circulars of Stone Separating Crushers , Sngines and full Tile Factory Outfits to FREY , SHECKLER & HOOVER , Bucyrus , 0 . saaaRa ^ aall lanHHMa ^ nHWnM Seunonthe Farm , Field and Stjckmaii ^^^^ t For Handsomest 1 Cheapest ! Best I Iron Roofing , Siding , Ceiling , lend for Illustrated Catalogue and Prices ...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Stockman
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 January 1885

FIITFRPRKF jxtM & tltfc , WW icnrnioE . jMm \ M- ///// % . WIND-MILLS . J |||| WM & s . New Champion ^^^^^ P ^^^^^^^^ Force Pimipw . JgBfSjK , ; • allllll ^ Enterprise iL ^ ij t ^ g S Feed Cirindera . & 5 f §|||| f § i lUfltsSr [( / iiimar a v ) i ^^^ wmuM KSiliSsSsS ^ lr CLIMAX ^^ mm ^^^ Corn and Cotton ^ wMl Wmr Cultivators * Planters . ^ MIxW ^ ! . All Enterprise Machines ^/ i IM i ^ r warranted . Catalogues free . & LtHLis / ENTERPRISE CO . ¦ iS ^ f Sandwich , 111 . 1 K * V \ Mention the Farm , Field nnd Stockinnn . LEFFELSIlBffiQf IHUW ENCIN E >^ X | L Hg Springfield , O . § JMa » efot Mention the Farm , Field mill Stockman . If you propose buying a Wind . , mill , get full Information of the ChampionVaneless Self-Reg-ulatingWindmill . Ifyouwant the Agency for the best Windmill , investigate the merits of the Champion-every Mill fully warranted , and always gives satisfaction . Twenty years experience In the manufacture...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Stockman
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OUR FARM [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 January 1885

OUR FARM -A . T WAYNE , DU PAGE CO ., ILL . By P . H . JACODS . [ In this Department we report the result * of the op . cratlons of all machinery , implement * or other articles sent to our farm . be they favorable or not , aud our readers may expect a truthful report of the same . . Anything intended for this department should he addressed to the Farm . Field and Fireside Experimental Farm Wayne , Du Page Co ., III ., and forwarded via IT . W . By . —ED . ] With the advent of winter comes a cessation of farm operations of every character . Machinery of all kinds has been carefully stowed away , and everything 2 > ut in readiness for the attack of the elements . As nothing of interest can be reported of an experimental character , we will be compelled to limit ourselves to ordinary routine matters that give but little information of a valuable nature . We have decided to make the poultry department an important one , and arc rapidly pushing forward the completion of the i...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Stockman
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Cultivation of Flax . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 January 1885

Cultivation of Flax . There is no crop grown by the farmer that is any easier of cultivation than flax and none that is more certain of good returns , none as free from all the multitudinous dangers besetting other crops , the favorableness of the season alone being necessary to assure its success , the proper preparation of the soil and sowing of the seed being granted . The labor required to grow and harvest it is no more than is necessary to secure a crop of grain , and it has some advantages over wheat in that it can )> . sown and in three months the farmer can realize on his crop , besides not being obliged , in nearly all parts of the country , to make any outlay for his seed—flax-mill men invariably furnishing the seed to . be sown , only stipulating that they get the seed in return with the additional amount produced by paying the regular market price or as much as any other dealer or consumer will pay for the same seed when harvested . Flax will grow on any kind ...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Stockman
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 January 1885

Fleuro-Fneumonia , A proposition of the Chicago Live Stock Exchange to place , wholly at their own expense , a herd of sound cattle with animals declared to be Infected with contagious pieuro-pneumonia , to test its contagiousness , has been accepted by Governor Hamilton , of Illinois , who has directed Dr . Paaren , State veterinarian , to make . arrangements for the experiment . There is no doubt , says an exchange , that the refusal of Doctor Salmon to acoept the proposal and the positive denial of the contagiousness of the disease by the exchange , have caused many to doubt the correctness of the diagnoses made by the official authorities . This doubt has been strengthened by the leisurely spread of the malady , and the fact that ln the West it seems to be confined exclusively to Jersey cattle . In European countries , where it has been known and dreaded for years , it is extremely contagious , spreading rapidly from herd to herd , unless the utmost precautions are observed . - ...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Stockman
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Hurdling Sheep to Improve the Soil . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 January 1885

Hurdling Sheep to Improve the Soil . In England the most important method of keeping up the vigor of the soil is by pasturing sheep . The sheep and the turnip are inseparable , and it is due to sheep pasturing that the farms in that country do not deteriorate in quality . Their plan of managing sheep for such purpose is very different from ours . We turn our sheep on pasture and allow them to roam at will , picking and selecting only such herbage as suits them best , occasioning thereby greater distribution of manure than we wish . Sheep dung is very concentrated und fiae , and if the animals can be made to feed on small spaces they not only strew the manure thickly but press it firmly into the earth with their feet . It is very rich in nitrogen , and Prof . Johnson claims that this is due to the fact of the food being nitrogenized by the air taken Into the lungs , and from thence into the system and discarded . This , however , is not generally accepted as correct , for if such is ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 January 1885

How to Test Milk . Everyone knows the difference in milk . How to test the milk is thus explained by one who has experimented for himself . It is of no little importance to have at hand a convienent and reliable mode of testing the richness of milk . This is usually done by the mere rule of guess . There is a more reliable way , within the reach of all , and whereby any person may safely govern himself in deciding upon which of any number of milkmen he wiU patronize , or which of any number of cows he will purchase . Procure any long vessel—a cologne bottle or a long phial . Take a narrow strip of paper , just the length from the neck to the bottom of the phial , and mark it with one hundred lines at equal distances ; or , if more convenient , into fifty lines , and count each line as two , and paste it upon the phial , so as to divide its length into a hundred equal parts . Fill it to the highest mark with milk fresh from the cow , and allow it to stand in a perpendicular position ...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Stockman
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 January 1885

A. H. V. * V r T ? T ? Ql : EIau vi S ° r cures baldness . XaV X -EiXV to Hair Vigor roetores youthful freshness and color to faded and gray bair . It attains these results by the stimulation of the hair roots and color glands . It rejuvenates tho XT » TT > and cleanses It . It restores to tho xXaLLKi that , either by reason of age or diseases of the scalp , has become dry , harsh and brittle , a pliancy and glossy silken softness of extreme beauty . There is no dye in Aycr s Hali- » TTT / -i / VO and tho good it does is by the » JL \ T v / XV it imparls to tho follicles , and tho cleanliness and hcalthfulness of tho condition in which it maintains the scalp . a ~\ r 1 . 11 » jet Hnir Vigor renews tho hair . iXXXiXV © Hair vigor is tho best euro known for Braehy Hair , Scald Head , Itching . Humors , Tetter Sores , Torpid Follicles , nnd nil other diseases of the scalp that cause tho falling of tho TT » | T > anil its fading . Nothing cleanses AJLc \ JLX \&...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 January 1885

The Chicken Business . In an article on this subject written by B . P . Neidig , of Iowa , for the Northwestern Farmer , of which the following is an extract , the middle and reasonable ground is taken that good care will renden fair profits . He says : I have ten acres of ground—nearly one-half is in small fruits , and tho other half is devoted to poultry , there being three large poultry houses , the largest 64 feet long by 14 feet wide , with necessary partitions of lath ; these open Into nine large yards or runs so arranged that one-half of the five acres under cultivation is accessible as foraging ground . Upon part of the cultivated land I raise green stuff , roots , etc ., for the fowls for winter use . I use an inoubator-capacity 320 eggs . • There are eight drawers , each holding 40 eggs . I fill two drawers every five or six days and at the same time , or a little sooner , start five hens to sitting , giving a dozen or more eggs to each . When the hatch is completed , I ta...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Stockman
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THE ORCHARD [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 January 1885

THE ORCHARD Manure for Fruit Trees . The following appeared as collected facts in the Minneapolis Farmers Tribune . It is worthy of consideration : ¦ It is clear to our minds that animal manures are not what ia wanted for fruit trees , including grape-vines and berries . There may be a benefit , and usually is at first , but the quality of the fruit will suffer , and the wood and foliage are not of that healthy character which is desired . This has been noticed by Liebig and others . We have known prolific grape-vines to bear more fruit , but at an expense of quality , where the I contents of the barn-yard were freely used for manuring . We have always found the best success when leaves , the weedings of the garden and forest mold , either singly or combined , have been freely applied . These seem to contain the different materials , in proper proportion , that is , the organic , the carbonaceous , and the nitrogenous ; the mineral needs to be supplied , and nothing does this so sat...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 January 1885

To sit in Sunshine calm and sweet . [ CONDUCTED BX HELEN BTANNABD .

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BLUE MONDAY . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 January 1885

BLUE MONDAY . Ancient tradition and modern consent have delegated the musical rub-a-dub-dub of the washboard to the second day of the week . The popular belief that Sunday ls a day of rest and we are thereby fortified for heroic duty may have suggested the fitting time for the severest task of the housekeeper . If the big dinner and irregular routine of Sunday has left us with unimpaired digestion , and early morn greets us with a clear bracing air and brilliant sunshine , we may meet the issue of events with a certain fortitude , but a darkened sky without is very likely to be the forerunner of a storm within . Under the most favorable auspices a kitchen transformed into a wash-house is not a very attractive place . The- breakfast dishes must wait afuture cleansing and are piled promiscuously in any available spot , and stove covers and lifters stray around in the contending gloom of inodorous vapors , which possess the room . Everything human and inhuman —men , children cats and d...

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Correspondence Corner [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 January 1885

Correspondence Corner I am decorating china with oil paints , and I do not know how to fix them to keep the paint from wearing off ; will you please inform me through the FABM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN , the process , and oblige a subscriber ? In reply to theabovejhvould say . that mineral paintBflhould be used and the design burnt into the china . —ED . To the Letter Box : I will join with Wild Flower and ask for a space in your paper . Surely the STOCKMAN must have a ladies corner and as the long winter evenings follow and we are busy in making useful and decorative articles for home , the ad- ^ S ? JS ^ S 8 J ! 01 be very helpful and if the etUtorwill kindly give ns room for a Work Box aad -Kxohange column let every wife and ™ n £ 1 i ter hel P * ° make It as irrstruottve and useful as possible . From a ¦ - SUBSCBTBEB . As friends we welcome you all to a social chat on subjects nearest and dearest . Our space is necessarily limited , but we shall not fail to note all cheery words of s...

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MOTHER'S WORK . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 January 1885

MOTHERS WORK . i . Baking , stewing and brewing . Roasting , frying and boiling , Sweeping , dusting and cleaning . Washing , starching and Ironing , Ripping , turning and mending , Cutting , basting and stitching . Making the old like new ; Shoestrings to lace . Faces to wash , Buttons to sew . And the like of such ; Stockings to do . While the children play ; Stories to tell , „ Tears wipe away . Making them happy The livelong day . It Is ever thus from morn Ml night ; Who says that a mothers work ta OglUT n . At evening , four Little forms in white ; Prayers all said . And the last good-night . Tucking them safe In each downy bed , Silently asking O er each head That the dear Father In Heaven will keep Safe all my darlings , Awake or asleep . Then I think the old adage true ever will prove ; It is easy to labor for those that we love .

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