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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 March 1886
HAIREEfiflOVEDfl II B From any part of the body in FIVE 31 I _ NUTES » ^ HM § 7 y without injury to tbe ikln , by UPIUBS DE- &amp; B IlL L-tTORY IOYVDEB . Hailed ( securely sealed ) forM Iffta *! -OO * Sf-lied pamphlet FKEE . Promt-able offl KjKpragglstf . ASKFOKIT . Dont be pat off with « wt- | m ^ thlcy-S 1 J » S _ dPPgAfl , p . O . Boxl 2 OT . Phllada ^ Pa . B TOLADIESfe # ll :. ; ************* m * m * a ** sm nyroyalarea Host . live Cure for all diseases and troubles peculiar toladies . Foraealedparticularsandtestimonisis send 4 c . in stamps . VsrrsBBrr CHEMICAL PBETABATION WOBKS . 249 S . 6 th St .. Phil-. ., Pa . R-CBOITLYSlS . C-. f * NATURES INCUBATOR --m - * T * H _ £ est known for hatching AMmMWM ^ MWsWSeW chicks . Its principle IB just tmmUu ^ mMStsaiUsmi like a hen sitting on a nest iMMMMMMMMMl full of eggs . Chicks can be i _ RSffi 5 KSTO * w - _ B __ . raised in it at 5 ore cts . per Wtaaa _______ 3 £ Mi _________ . I b „ and sold for 20 to 26 cts . i W ^ M ^ ...
FARMFIELD UD STOCKMAN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 March 1886
FARMFIELD UD STOCKMAN Published Weekly . Subscription Price , $ 1 . 50 per year , in advance , including our Free Seed Distribution to each subscriber Single numbers , fire cents . Subscriptions may be sent direct to tbe office , or given to any Postmaster or Subscription Agent . Changes . —Subscribers wishing to cbange their Postofflce address must send their former as well as the address to which they wish their paper sent Remittances . —Money may be sent at our risk by post al note , money order , express order , iu a roistered letter , or by draft payable in New York or Chicago , or by express . Correspondence . —We invite correspondence on subjects ot interest to onr readers , for either ihe Farm or Home Departments , but respectfully , request that all such articles shall be short and concise . Please write on one side of paper , and put business matters on separate sheet . Discontinued .-The FABM , FIEUJ AND OTOOK _ IA » IO a « ays discontinued at the expiration of the time f...
Petitioning for Silver . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 March 1886
Petitioning for Silver . The farmers of Germany have just sent up a petition to the Reichstag from every Local Chamber of Agriculture and from the Peasants Unions in favor of bimetallism . They ask for silver a restoration to its old historic relations . The landed interests of Germany are declared to bein a deplorable condition . Bismarck s attempt to relieve agricultural interests by the corn tariff is pronounced a failure . This and the appreciation of gold have served to cut off exports . International bimetallism is the remedy demanded , and this they rightly conclude will be furthered more by example than by any argument . Any apparent advantage from the tariff is more than counterbalanced by the rise in the purchasing power of gold . Some policy must be adopted to open to them foreign markets , and especially to enable them to compete with the countries which are the largest agricultural producers . Undoubtedly the great wheat growing region of India is in mind , where practi...
The Neenah , Wis ., Convention . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 March 1886
The Neenah , Wis ., Convention . This convention seems to have been one of the most interesting of the Wisconsin series . The opening session of the N . W . A . and M . A ., of which Hon . Chester Hazen , well known in Wisconsin Agriculture , is President , called out a full attendance at the Princess rink . Mayor Whiting delivered the address of welcome , responded to by Mr . J . P . Roe , in behalf of the Association . President Hazen addressed the meeting upon the combination of ideas necessary to enable the practical and scientific farmer to carry out principles necessaiy to his profession . He called on all present to give full expression of opinions in the discussions , as being beneficial to the fraternity at large . The subject of draining , by J . M . Smith , President of the Wisconsin Horticultural Society , was an important paper , in which was reviewed the advantage arising from a thorough drainage of tbe soil , either surface or underdraining . Mr . Geo . F . Stroud , o...
. One Hundred and Eighteen . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 March 1886
. One Hundred and Eighteen . There are between two and three hundred of those whose subscriptions expire with the above number who have not yet renewed . Out of many thousands . who have already renewed this is a small number , but we do not want to lose a subscriber if we can help it ; therefore , please examine your label , on the wrapper , this week , and if it reads 118 and you have not sent us your renewal , it shows your time is out . Send your subscription so you will miss no number . Will you not also send your neighbor s name with yours ? We will send the TWO COPIES ONE YEAR FOR $ 2 . 00 , and a membership in the Economy Club and twenty packets of our rare and choice seeds to each . Or , for $ 3 we will send the two copies with seeds and the certificate to each , and one EXTRA COMBINATION OP TWENTY PACKETS OF SEEDS TO THE SENDER . For seed list and Club terms see February 13 th issue . If you have not preserved it send for another copy . SEEDS ABE GOING . We are mailing lar...
Is Your Name in the List ? [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 March 1886
Is Your Name in the List ? Letters received without full address . Some of them contained money : Mary H . Bradley , Carleton , No State Mrs . B . F . Ford , Ottawa , u Anna Graves , No P . O ., Mrs . P . T . Leabortoaux , ( 2 ) Leslie , No Name , Howard , Minn . John Locbie , Wyoming , No State . Mrs . H . J . Osborn , Wilmot , Mrs . E . Beynolds , No P . O ., Postal Note $ 1 . 50 . No letter enclosed . Postmarked Woodland , Cal . Of course none of the letters can be properly attended to until we get further data .
The Proposed Bill Affecting Seeds . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 March 1886
The Proposed Bill Affecting Seeds . Our advices from Washington lead us to believe that the postage on seeds and plants will not be increased . Senator Wilson may , after all , prove a benefactor to the farmers and others interested in this thing . The introduction of his bill has attracted the attention of an immense constituency . There are not only the 7 , 000 , 000 farmers , but , as before stated in these columns , 7 , 000 , 000 other village and suburban citizens who want seeds and plants . The proposed legislation will lead to the examination of the present law . Senator Wilson is a man of too much breadth of view and fairness to lend his influence to any measure calculated to work injury to industries and interests so extensive . The Senator from Iowa is too thorough and astute , now that the subject is up , not to go to the bottom and favor a settlement which shall be for the general good and which shall be likely to be permanent . The letters we have received warrant us in...
Will Organize a Farmers' Club . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 March 1886
Will Organize a Farmers Club . I have been a subscriber for the FABM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN for three years , and I liKe tue paper better than any I take and I am taKing three or lonr . , «_„_ If you have a few numbers of February 13 on band , please send rae some , for my mends and i will try and send you a small club . I will renew soon , as 1 dont want to miss a number , lmll try to get a few of my neighbors to send in tbeir names so we can organize a Farmers Economy Club here , as I think it a good thing . I have been a member of the Granae for several years , but I think the Economy Club the best thing in the way of savings to a family . J . D . C . Sheldon , Mo . —This is the testimony of all who use the Club .
The "Louisiana State Lottery . " [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 March 1886
The Louisiana State Lottery . A valued correspondent , T . P ., Nevdesha , Kan ., asks how best and cheapest to advertise the Louisiana State Lottery as a swindle ; he says they do not pay the prizes that are drawn . The Question is a difficult one to answer . Reputable j ournals , like the FARM , FIELD AND S TOCKMAN , are constantly warning against swindles . All lotteries are so closely allied to swindles that many States have enacted laws to prevent the sale of the tickets . Even a class ( allowing that any lottery does so ) that fairly pays the premiums necessarily makes profits out of all character to the investment . In fact , a great stream of money flows into the lottery and . a very thin rill creeps out . The astounding thing about alleged reputable schemes of this kind is that men heretofore considered respectable would allow their names to be attached to the scheme , as seems to have been the case in the Louisiana lottery . There is only one plausible solution . The money...
Something Better than Annexation [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 March 1886
Something Better than Annexation The United States has no good reason for annexing Canada or Mexico . It is better that there be stable and independent Governments in these two neighboring countries . With tho political freedom they now have , or at least which the Dominion fully enjoys and which is possible for Mexico under its present Con stitution , high attainments in education and general intelligence are practicable and a good degree of development of material resource and consequent business prosperity . As near neighbors Jthis is all that this country should desire . To consolidate New York , Ohio and Michigan into one great State would not make the people either more prosperous or happier . That they should be self-govern-ing and sufficiently independent to foster each its peculiar sources of wealth and prosperity is better . Should there ^ rest upon either an incubus of ; ignorance , degradation and crime it would be an injury indirectly to all the others . Civilized wants...
• About Tobacco Seed . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 March 1886
• About Tobacco Seed . A correspondent , R . H ., Ellis , Missouri , asks where white tobacco seed can be had . Presuming that the Burley —its true name—i § meant , we take occasion to say that when anything is wanted , advertised in this journal , write some one of the firms dealing therein and advertising with us . In this connection we take pride in saying that these seedsmen keep everything in stock required by the farmer , gardener or florist , and of the best quality for the price asked . The nearest first-class firm to your locality is probably the Plant Seed Company , St . Louis , Mo .
Editorial Notes . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 March 1886
Editorial Notes . • —As we go to press we learn that Senator Wilson has introduced a bill placing seeds , plants , bulbs and cions in Third Class . This should become a law . —In this country forty | out of every 100 babies die , while in Norway only eighteen out of 100 die . —Robert Bonner says he would almost as soon part with one of his sons as with Maud S ; not that he loves Caesar less , but Rome more . —The seed and plant mail is the best paying part of the merchandise mail , the least onerous to tho Government and the most valuable to the people at ^ large . —According to date of receipt of the news at this office , thefFarmers Economy Club organized at Lake Preston , Dak ., is entitled to rank No . 1 . Send in the news . —A thief is defined as one who takes value without giving an honest equivalent . If all such were boarded in our penitentiaries , what populous institutions these would be . —The Holstein-Friesian Association of America Will hold its annual meeting at Genese...
Current Events . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 March 1886
Current Events . PERSONA ! ,.- Gen . Hazen , of the signal service , has sued the New York Times for $ 100 , 000 damages for libel . —Thomas A . Edison , the electrician , was married at Akron , Ohio , last week , to Miss Nina Miller . —In thirteen years the creditors of the Sprague estate have received but 15 per cent of their claims . During the same time Trustee Ghafee has drawn over $ 300 ,- 000 for his services . CHICAGO . —The Flax and Hemp Spinners and Growers Association of America met in annual convention in this city last week . —Nearly $ 100 , 000 in duties on imports was paid at the Chicago Custom House . — -At a charity ball for the benefit of St . Lukes Hospital and the Hospital for Women and Children , the net proceeds were $ 12 , 000 . Beaidents of Fifth Ward are holding indignation meetings against the nuisance of drovers driving hogs through their thoroughfares . The strikers at MoCormicks Beaper Works have signed apetition satisfactory to the employer , declaring ...
PATENTS ! PATENTS [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 March 1886
PATENTS ! PATENTS Applications for Patents , Rc-iB 8 t . es and Caveats , also for Registry of Trade-marks and Labels , attended to at fair charges . Interferences and rejected cases diligently prosecuted . Ii . DEANE , ( Formerly Principal Examiner IT . S . Pa-entOffice ) 513 7 th St .. N . W ., Wnglilngton . D . C . 12 &amp;~ Hefer to the Editor of this paper .
Co-operation That Co-operates . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 March 1886
Co-operation That Co-operates . One of our contemporaries—to borrow a Kentucky metaphor—has bitten off Lre than he can chew He is afarmer So-a prairie farmer . Following our plan of the Economy Club , it seems he proposed co-operative purchases » But he now says : The range of articles upon which prices are asked is so wide , and the consequent labor of sorting and classifying the different wants and getting prices on the articles desired so great , that as yet we have been unable to answer many of the letters . Had our friend arranged with an experienced co-operative purchasing institution like the Economy Club , he would have foreseen this and been saved some sweat and worry . -. But his troubles do not end there . He further says : In some oases , where only one person has asked for an article , we shall probably not be able to comply . * * * If each purchased separately he would be required to pay the full retail price . Just here is where our contract with the Economy Club come...
Brick and Tile . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 March 1886
Brick and Tile . In few directions has greater accuracy been gained of late years than that by which brick and tile are moulded automatically ,, and with precision , by machines . In the manufacture of tile it is essentially necessary that the work be perfect , since the most inferior specimen made is the measure of the work done . The illustration we give is that of the brick and tile machinery of Messrs . Frey , Sheckler &amp; Hoover , Buoyrus , O . It explains itself . The perfectly molded brick are seen issuing in . two lines under the cutter operated by the attendant . At the aide is seen a mold for three lines of small tile and also one for eighteen-inoh tile , ihe firm also manufacture stone separat- * ng crushers , engines ,, etc ., in addition to complete tile factory outfits .
"Farm and Household . " [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 March 1886
Farm and Household . , M e - the parties advertising Farm and t ! £ X J , * and a Bhawl as a premium , of Hartrom , conn ., reliable , or is if a scheme to get ¦ is cents ? One of our neighbors sent for their ? . „_ .., ed tamping outfit and has never heard - rom them . E . J . MoG . - —We investigated this firm closely Before inserting their advertisement . The commercial agencies quote them worth from $ 50 , 000 to $ 75 , 000 . We have had numerous complaints similar to the above , which they explain by saying they are behind with orders , hut will soon catch U P- One lady sent us a sample of the shawl they sent her . It is worth from 5 to 10 cents . We presume the paper is worth the rest of the 35 cents . Our readers must not expect to get more than 25 cents worth for 25 cents