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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 February 1896

The Indian medicine man cures by charms and incantations . He frightens away the evil spirit who causes the sickness . He does all sorts of things that civilized people would call idiotic and barbaric , but the civilized folks are not so very much ahead after as foolish things as does the medicine man . They go along carelessly , and allow the little sickness to grow into the big sickness . They allow constipation to grow into indigestion , heartburn , dizziness , headache , insomnia , and s hundred other distressing conditions . They do this frequently because they do not know the cause of their trouble . It is a pretty safe rule to look for the source of 9-ioths of human sickness in this one simple and appallingly prevalent trouble . Another foolish thing that smart people do is totake some alleged remedy for constipation and keep on taking it . day after day , month after month and year after year . Perhaps it is better to take the medicine than not . o take it at all , but of co...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
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"Cheap Men and Cheap Faims " [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 February 1896

Cheap Men and Cheap Faims U NDER this head the Evening Journal has an editorial which is based on a symposium of the Country Gentleman on the causes of agricultural depression . It seems that three leading writers , one a professor in Cornell , one an ex-president of the New York State Agri ** cultural Society and Editor Tucker of the Country Gentlemen all agree that one of the chief reasons for the present depressed condition of agriculture is to be found in the government policy of free homesteads . The last two writers referred to , reason that the government has gone into competition with land owners and so cheapened land and caused over-production . The Journal adds insult to injury by saying that clerks and cobblers have left the cities and gone into farming , and so the business has been over-crowded and ruined . These are false views of the facts , the reasoning is false and the terms and conclusions of the Journal are a disgrace to its intelligence and , so far as so ignora...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
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Causes and Remedies of Low Prices [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 February 1896

Causes and Remedies of Low Prices W HAT causes the depression of prices of land and the products of agriculture ? . This question has often been discussed in our columns , and one chief cause has been pointed out , namely : the appreciation of gold owing to the corner secured by money-lend-ers by monometallism . By pushing up the price of gold which is , by the single standard policy , made the measure the prices of other products are crowded down . But another , almost equally important question is , what are the remedies for the depression in agriculture ? One is , of course , to go back to bimetallism and so get out fromi under the millstone of the gold monopoly . But there may be other remedies . A proper protection by tariff for wool or hops or fruits or any other farm product , in case the products of the factory and the mine art-protected . Sugar and sugar-beet growing were protected by bounty . Lately the State Grange of Pennsylvania suggested that there might be an export d...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
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Country Compared with City [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 February 1896

Country Compared with City IT is fashionable in cities to poke fun . at farmers for their unpolished appearance . They are hayseedis . Look deeper , however , to the character , the practical intelligence and the moral worth—to find the stuff that good citizens and patriotsare made of , and you wiH find them in larger proportion in the rural districts , according to the population , than in the cities . In this connection here are some figures obtained from Col . A . Hogeland , President of the Boys and Girls National Home and Employment Association * of Lincoln , Nebraska : In II cities , 1892 , 13 , 000 police arrested 450 , 000 men and women and children alt am expense of $ 20 , 000 , 000 ; in an equal number of population among the farmers the same year there were not 500 arrests ; of dhe 13 , 000 boys and girls in reform schools , 1890 , 98 per cent , went from cities , towns and villages and from onethird of the population as two-thirds reside on farms . The ¦ hayseed talk may...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
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Our Bimetallic Platform [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 February 1896

Our Bimetallic Platform In the interest of every producer , and particularly the farmer , the FARM , FIELD AND FIRESIDE advocates the restoration of silver to its former place as a full legal tender and , equally with gold , a coin of ultimate redemption . This is the first step in the right settlement of the currency question and our national finances , and the first step toward the restoration of products to their normal prices and of consequent business prosperity .

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"An old Worn-out Issue " ' [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 February 1896

An old Worn-out Issue S ENATOR Sherman , a day or two ago in a debate with Senator Teller , Gorman and others in the Senate , used the above words . He deprecated the thrusting of an old , worn-out issue —the silver question —into the Senate at a time when practical legislation was imperative . Senator Sherman had better go home and look after the mending of his fences . He is not in close touch with the people of Ohio . He does not seem to have received the news of the election of Foraker to succeed Brice in the United States Senate—a fearless advocate of bimetallism —this worn-out issue , to follow a goldite and standardoil monopolist . Senator Sherman should study that unanimous choice by the entire party in the Ohio legislature and the 100 , 000 majority of the people endorsing the free silver views of Foraker . If the apologist of Wall Street falls into the hands of this young giant , fresh from the people of Ohio , he will find there is life in the issue and vigor in its logic...

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Against Free Homesteads [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 February 1896

Against Free Homesteads IN times past our government favored free homesteads . The result was the filling up of our vacant territories with industrious populations , the construction oi railways , the building of school-houses , court-houses and churches—in short , the planting of prosperous communi- . ties , villages and cities where before there was the prairie wilderness or the wilderness of the unbroken forest . It was a good investment . Cultivated lands and industrious populations bring better returns to a government than the lands inhabited merely or mainly by the wolf or coyote . But it seems our new light from Atlanta , Georgia , Secretary Hoke Smith , thinks the government of to-day cannot afford free homesteads . A Washington dispatch says that the House Committee on Public Lands has received from Secretary Smith a strong adverse report . against the free-homestead bill . The bill absolves all persons completing five years residence on the lands taken and occupied under t...

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Excursion to Fair Oaks [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 February 1896

Excursion to Fair Oaks February 6 th is the date of the next excursion to Fair Oaks . - It will leave Chicago via the Chicago and Northwestern railway , Thursday evening at 10 : 30 . From Omaha via Union Pacific railway at 3 : 30 p . m . Friday . From Kansas City via Union Pacific , from Union depot at 10 : 40 a . m . Friday . From Minneapolis via Chicago and Northwestern railway at 7 : 20 p . m . Thursday , Sioux City , Iowa , 7 : 25 a . m . Friday , and intervening points as per regular railway schedule . This excursion , like all our previous ones , will be personally conducted . We shall have a special car from Chicago , with firstclass sleeping accommodations . Everything which will add to the comfort of our passengers will be provided . RATES OF FARE . To California from Chicago , $ 52 . 50 . To California from Kansas City or Omaha , $ 40 . From Minneapolis and St . Paul , $ 47-5 ° - Proportionate rates from intervening points . ROUND TRIP . To Fair Oaks and return , no stop o...

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To All Friends of Silver [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 February 1896

To All Friends of Silver It is well known to all thinking producers that the cause of hard times ia due to abnormally enhanced purchasing power of money . Also that this condition has been deliberately brought about by the banking , bond and fund-holding interests , otherwise known as the money power , in order to increase the relative value of their holdings and the purchasing power of Interest money at the expense of the manufacturing and producing classes . In this political year , when a new President and Congress are to be elected , this financial question should be , and is , the most important live issue before the American people . A tremendous effort is being put forth , both by the money power and by some of the leaders of the old political parties , to side-track this issue and force to the front old-time partisan issues of comparatively little importance , and which cannot restore prosperity to the nation . The reasons are obvious , so far as the money power is concerned...

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Current Topics [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 February 1896

Current Topics An air-line railroad from Marshall , Mo ., to the Gulf is announced , to be called Missouri Midland Railway . The route is through Sedalia and Springfield and an excellent agricultural , mineral and coal country . Frank Powell , mayor of La Crosse , Wis ., and parties in St . Paul , and in Iowa are interested . Secretary Chamberlain , of the British Cabinet , in a recent speech , proposed that the United States and Eng land should combine in bringing the Turk to his senses . Some of the London dailies favor this . The Chronicle had an editorial recalling the success which attended President Jefferson s sending a fleet to Algiers , and advocated the great powers formally inviting the United States to send a fleet to Turkey . The mere sight oj such a formidable display , says the Chronicle , would suffice to bring the Sultan to his senses . If , however , action were needed , the Chronicle urges that the British fleet should co-oper-ate . Where-am-I-at Cobb s seat in Co...

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The News [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 February 1896

The News —J . A . McLaurin was inaugurated Governor of Mississippi Jan . 21 . —Mrs . Lease , of Kansas , is seriously ill with pneumonia ai Windom , Minn . —The People s party national convention will be held in St Louis , Mo ., July 22 . —Sir Frederick Leighton , President of the Eoyal Academy ot London , died Jan . 25 . —William B . Allison has been elected United States Senator from Iowa for the fifth time . —By the terms of a treaty signed Jan . 18 , the Island of Madagascar is declared a French possession . —0 . M . Henderson , maker of the Little Red Schoolhouse shoe , died at his home in Chicago , Jan . 23 . —John Tyler , eldest son of President Tyler , died in Washington , D . 0 ., January 26 , aged seventy-six years . —Judge Baker of the United States District Court has decided the Linseed Oil trust to be an illegal concern . —The National Association of Manufacturers held a three days meeting in Chicago ; they favor a protective tariff . —John W . Griggs was inaugurated Go...

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. Practical Farming [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 February 1896

. Practical Farming Secretary Morton and Free Seeds OUR readers who are interested enough in keeping track of the free seed distribution matter to care to know what the Secretary of Agriculture had to say for himself , as to why he gave up sending out seeds , can get the result of the interviews before the committees on agrlculutre of both Houses , if they send to Secretary of • Agriculture , Washington , D . C , for the Document , Free Seed Distribution , Hearing Before Joint Committees of Agriculture of Both Houses of Congress , January 06 , 1896 . Tils will be sent free to all applicants and gives ln a concise form the Secretary s reason for his works . Cotton Growers Meet THE convention of cotton producers , . called by President Hector D . Lane of the American Cotton Growers Protective Association to take action to effect a continuation of decreased acreage , met at Memphis , Tennessee , January 21 . Fullf 1 , 000 delegates were present The report of the committee on resolution...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 February 1896

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Garden and Orchard [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 February 1896

Garden and Orchard Big Crops of Blackberries r conclusion ot a paper read by K . M . Kellogg before the 1 Michigan State Horticultural Society . ] THB two chief difficulties in blackberry culture are the drouth and winter-kill-ing . These may be reduced to one difficulty because the management during the summer is often the chief cause of winterkilling . Every possible effort should be made to force a vigorous growth early in the spring , and this should proceed regularly , until fall rains come , when the autumn months should be used to mature the wood . The cultivator should be kept going as soon as dry enough in the spring and the priceless water should not be allowed to get away . The whole surface should be covered with a fine loose earth all the time and a crust should not be allowed to remain a moment longer than necessary . Cultivate every week and after every rain . It is the greatest blunder to stop the cultivator when picking begins , just when the bushes need moisture so...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 February 1896

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Questions Answered [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 February 1896

Questions Answered Bach week we will try to answer In this colnmn inc . TemestloM as relate to the garden , oKbard and kindred subject * if onr readers will write them on paper that contains no matter perWnlDg to subscriptions or other department of the paper . F H Hater , Florida : In regard to the culture ot Indigo ln this country , Porcher , ln his work on the Resources of Southern Fields and Forests , says that the soils best adapted are the rich , sandy loams , though It grows on most lands moderately well , provided they are not wet . The ground should be well broken and kept light and free from grass by thorough cultivation . The nature of the manure used exerts a great influence upon the quantity and quality of the coloring principle . Lime , ashes and fertilizers , while stimulating the growth of the plant , do not Injure the coloring matter . Where barnyard manure has been used a crop of grain should first be raised on the land . The seed should be mixed with ashes or sand...

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 February 1896

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