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Poultry and Bees [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 25 January 1896
Poultry and Bees Experience with Roup WE are having it right now—experience with the roup . We have just come in from treating four hens with the swell eye roup , the kind of roup that makes their eyes water , swell up until tightly closed , and then fester , or fill with a poisonous canker , that poisons the whole system and causes the afflicted bird to waste and dwindle away to nothing but bones , skin and feathers . The four hens we speak of all came from the same yard , where about six weeks ago we noticed one hen afflicted with the disease , took her out , treated her and cured her . No more were affected by It tor a month , when a rainy spell , followed • by cold wind and snow , caused it to break out again , and worse than before . But , we do not fear it , for we have a dry roup cure , that will cure It every time , when applied at the onset of the disease . It is made up in the form of a powder , and applied by means of a little blower that costs ten or fifteen cents at the...
Notes [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 25 January 1896
Notes —If you have any late chicks that are peeping out a sad existence , either kill them or furnish them stockings and a warm bed . —When sending In questions for this department write them on paper which contains nothing for other departments or about subscriptions . It will save work in our office and also insure a prompter answer . —Snow or ice is not an egg producer , so do not labor under the impression that your hens are going to give you baskets full of eggs if the material furnished them is cold corn moistened with what snow or ice they can pick up . —When you send in your renewal or a new subscription remember if you add a dime , that is send $ 1 . 10 in all , you can get post free a copy of Lloyd s Modern Poultry Book , a manual of 300 pages that will please you if at all interested in poultry . —A farmer in Houston County , Georgia , bas a turkey with the appetite of an ostrich . In September last fifty-one pieces of crockery and glass were taken from his craw . October...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 25 January 1896
Your money hack if you want it—Vacuum Leather Oil Get a can at a harnessr or shoestore « sc a half-pint to $ 1 . 25 a gallon ; book How to Take Care ofLeather 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 61 r dealing everywhere—handy cans . Best oil for firm machinery also . If you cant find it , write to VACUUM OH . COMPANV . BocheStaiN . V . Ha ABMOCD , I Fine B . P . Book Cockerels and . Lanark . 111 . I Pullets at 11 . Order at onoe . F BETTI 6 , DeKalb , III ., Breeder of Pare . Bred Poultry . Ferreta and BegUtered St Bernard Dose . Illos . Catalogue &amp; Prlee List , 2 c Tjnric 11 . 00 per sitting from prise-wlnnlng JliUvnS B . LAMBSHANS and 8 . C . B . LEGSOBKS . A . As ft . WEST , Payettevllle , Wis . run Ml C . • varieties of Land and Water Fowl * . I UK oALX . Bend 100 for oatalog ; Ulustrated olronUl free . tl . at . Brabaxon , Delavan , Wle . FRUITS I...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 25 January 1896
SO . WHITE X-ECKHOICNS , pure bred . Bggs • for hatching , fl for 16 . Stook for sale . After June 1 young chicks 18 dozen . &lt;• » •» i , HABta . STBIiSOlf , Northwood , Iowa , i ^^ VPOULTBY B MMM A * * St \ 4 TostandardBreedsIlliiSa _ Jf ^ m ** * Af 1 * A \ rk trated 4 fnlly described H aVMaW MUS m t n FrtP 6 ? Poultry Boole . I H ML _ W MM * a Kel labia Information for I TaV ^ DBaa &gt; aaK 9 ! a aW poultrymen A intending m WWmlMBma—f buyers . Good stock Ducks ¦¦ ^ ¦ n r &amp; Geese : also Shetland ! * a ^ MM &amp; mMmmw Ponfes . Send 6 o in stamps I ~ aB ^^ Mr * js ^ jmn i ttsau w ^ al iaA Please mention the Farm , Field and Fireside .
Page 15 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 25 January 1896
ilxperience has proven conclusively that better grapes and peaches , and more of them , are produced when Potash is liberally applied . To insure a full crop oi choicest quality use a fertilizer containing not less than 10 % Actual Potash . Orchards and vineyards treated with Potash are comparatively free from insects and plant disease . Our pamphlets are not advertising circulars booming special fertilizers , but are practical works , containing latest researches on the subject of fertilization , and are really helpful to farmers . They are sent free foi the asking . GERMAN KALI WORKS , 03 Nassau St ., New York * B^ SN ^ JI ^ E ST KMa « wtae ^ naCatalog of BEE SUPPLIES FREB . THEA . I . ROOT &lt;; 0 ., ItIedina , 0 . mM ^ am . * * s * -Z Hand Bene , Shell , and ZLj ^ L ** - * Cern Mills for Ponltrymen . IJal ^ A Daisy Bone Cutter . Power Mill * . Vim- Circular and testimonials Free . ^ U K . W 1 UK » II BROS ., Butea , P » . Please mention the Farm , Field and Fireside . * ...
Current Literature [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 25 January 1896
Current Literature APGARS TREES OF THE NORTHERN UNITED STATES . —Their study , description , and determination . For the use of schools and private students . By Austin O . Apgar , Professor of Botany in the New Jersey State Normal School . Nearly 500 Illustrations , cloth , 12 mo . Price , $ 1 . New York and Chicago American Book Company . T HERE is great value to the well-drawn and accurate illustrations of leaf , wood , limbs , cones , etc . To know about the common things , those we see every day and to be able to become interested ln them and to interest others , young and old , is a great benefit The book before us , accessible to all from its low price , is calculated to effect this desirable result . t £ is well said of this systematic little volume that it is a hand . book to the trees of its locality like Gray s well-known Manual of Botany to the other plants . It furnishes a complete key to the wild and cultivated trees found east of the Rocky Mountains and north of the s...
Colony News [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 25 January 1896
Colony News nearly occupied , and are commanding a premium . A number of new * houses are going up . Prior to the advent of the colonists It was not difficult to find either a vacant house or vacant rooms . D . C . Rose , of Corvallis , Ore ., is looking for a location for a cigar factory . This will add another boom to an already booming town . The following letter from T . H . Cave of Green Cove Springs , who is a manufacturer of fine Havana and domestic cigars , will indicate the possibilities of tobacco culture at Green Cove Springs : Green Cove Springs , Fla ., Jan . 13 , 1896 . Mr . F . H . Hafer , Manager of Colony , My dear sir : —Replying to your request for an article for publication in the Farm , Field and Fireside in regard to the growing of tobacco in this vicinity , will say that I have delayed as long as possible in order to become well informed , and to be better able to form an opinion ; and now , after two months of careful inquiry and observation , and the Inspect...
Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 25 January 1896
* A \ Burlea of Lodges and jf A WAAfAf societies ! why bother B / g UBl f l El with loose reoeipts _ g l __ . when you can nave BS ** vaNa * £ *** p 9 nraeh time and labor by putting It nil In a • J ^ iPp • Nntthell Individual lMcmbi-rn Re--L / V 2 \ oelut Book ; SubstanVI s * - ] . ** ir Tfni tlally bound In cloth . I »^ t *** -ss »/ 9 ZIv &amp; wlMl blotter between U 3 Vv / j 7 lVlV » . leaves . W 1 U vi » i . ai • V AW * ^ mW last many St \_ *• J l _ w _ , _ tt _ ~ yean . Hand- \ . UISBP ^ I 7 AY * * book ° * T \ A „/ MI i W * r ^ VfuH Its kind on Did yOU \ M ^ V VS . V * ¦ * ** market . « ., „ . ,, vi » \ ra \ n ¥ Sent poutever nde Vg -WIW paid at Te on that I * .. . 11 per copy in TJ „_ .- * I «^ atL __ uaB -MBaBaW &amp; L ots o ( *** nump r y _ eSMM ^ A _ MK *? , ess ** ** ***• E . A . SEGLEM Sole Mfr . 995 N . Talman Ave .. Chicago Please mention the Farm , Field and Fireside .
The Fireside [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 25 January 1896
The Fireside Under the Snow By Chas . W . LaRne . June , with its roses , went long ago , The earth , to-night , lies under the snow , Hope s richest treasures , like roses of yore , Are scattered and vanished , to come nevermore . The breath of thy blossoms , oh love-haunted-dayst Thy soft-sighing zephyrs , thy birds tender lays . Thy far away sky-lands so bine and so fair , The mists of thy mornings , rose-tinted and rare . © ae voice made thy music ; Its silence ls pain ; One face made thy beauty ; twill ne er come again . While chill winds are blowing I weep ln my woe O er the love that lies burled deep nnder the snow . The Boys Room IN quite a long article on this subject , the writer refers to a lecture of Robert J . Burdette , in which he says that a boy can appreciate good things , and pretty things and his own things quite as much as a girl . He inveighs against the time honored custom of piling into the boy s room all the venerable , broken down pieces of furniture tbe hou...
BEWARE OF OINTMENTS FOR CATARRH THAT CONTAIN MBRoCURT . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 25 January 1896
BEWARE OF OINTMENTS FOR CATARRH THAT CONTAIN MBRoCURT . as mercury will sorely destroy the sense ot smell and completely derange the whole system when entering It through the mucous surfaces . Such articles should never be nsed except on prescriptions from reliable physicians , as the damage they will do ls ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them . Hall s Catarrh Cure , manufactured by F . J . Cheney &amp; Co ., Toledo , O ., contains no mercury , and Is taken internally , acting directly npon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system . In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine . It ls taken Internally , and made ln Toledo , Ohio , by F . J . Cheney &amp; Co . Testimonials free . Sold by Druggists , price 75 c per bottle . The bib front Is exceedingly stylish ; it may be expressed In silk , wool or velvet .
Page 19 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 25 January 1896
IWas Helpless Ten weeks with acnte rheumatism . My right arm was withered away to skin and bone and I had almost lost the use of it . iggB ^ A friend advised f ^^ f *^ m ^ Hood s Sarsaparilla , ^ _ % which I took , and gas | g * v mfi when the first bottle / ^^ * * ci was aBe &lt; * * c ° uid * ee L f J $ / and feel a great ijffi ^ iH H cJiange . The flesh % ^\ . ^ T L a || returned to my arm ^^^ r ^^\ r ^^^&amp; s and the soreness left ^^^ SP % /\_ 0 ^__ my body and limbs . t * * l _ flL __ frJ Hit Every spring and « % ? fl &lt; € 3 r £ J ^ y fall since , we hava used three to six bottles in our family . I find to use Hood s Sarsaparilla is cheaper than to pay doctor s bills . I am thankful I have found a medicine , to help a man who has rheumatism . It keeps me In good health . E . FORRESTALL , Oelwein , Iowa . Hood s Sarsaparilla Is the Only True Blood Purifier Prominently in the public eye , $ 1 ; 6 forfs Wnrkrlc Dillc cnre al 1 v 8 r lus . blUoos- • IvUU...
Practical Housekeeping [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 25 January 1896
Practical Housekeeping Salting Bacon FOB hogs weighing not over 125 or ISO pounds each , one bushel of fine salt , two pounds of brown sugar and one pound of saltpetre will suffice for each 800 pounds of pork before the meat is cut out ; but if the meat is large and thick , or weighs from 150 to 200 pounds per carcass , from a gallon to a peck more of salt and a little more of both the other articles should be taken . Neither the sugar nor the saltpeter is absolutely necessary for tbe preservation of the meat and they are often omitted . But both are preservatives ; the sugar improves tbe flavor of the bacon and the saltpeter gives it a greater firmness and a finer color If used sparingly . Bacon should not be so sweet as to suggest the sugar cure , and saltpeter , used too freely hardens the tissues of the meat and renders it less palatable . The quantity of salt mentioned is enough for the first salting . A little more new salt is added at the second salting , and used together wi...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 25 January 1896
—A childs life often depends npon tbe state of its blood . Healing lotions are powerless to remove the agonizing eruptions . If the blood confines to throw ont Impurities . Dr . Peter s Blood Vltallzer cleanses tbe blood , the entire system —restores the normal circulation—makes healthy , happy children and grown folks . Not druggists , but only local Vltallzer agents sell It Write Dr . Peter Fahrney , Chicago , IU . The Handy ( Binder , for Farm , Field and Fireside , 35 cents , postpaid .
Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 25 January 1896
HAD If yonr umbrella-with tbe Enreka Umbrella Tag . Rllinn 10 o , postpaid . L . F . WEIGHT . Athens , Pa . Please mention the Farm , Field and Fireside . IEARN TELEGRAPHY , Write at onoe for ILLUSTRATED BOOK .. telling how to learn and secures Railroad position . Address ValentinesTelegraph School , Jane 87 lne , Wi » « FREE TO BAUD HEADS . i we will mail on application , free ininformation how to jzrow hair upon » bald head , atop falling hair and remoTO scalp dlsoases . Addrsss , Altcatfjeltn MeaHead IHipouarr , Boom si Selves Building , Cincinnati . O . jPjg-gp rTOO ^ O MADE HAPPY ¦ % ^ \ ** m ^_ M Usin StheKOCKERWASHTR . f i MM * *^ Warranted to wash a family * . _ t *_ J _ washing of 100 PIECES INr ¦ » ~ ONE HOUR , write for prices tot general and live local agents . Address ! _ -, a n n E ° s ?^ u ^^ ffliSj ? s ^ isjK ¥ ffiiffijy I A 1 W na CEHTI CUAII wanted to act as local UHUI BU HCH I LEHIIIIl reporter for the largest -. .. ^ wnoiesaiehouseluAmerica , 8 ellttMTwlm r * ing...