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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 March 1886
\ M ! h ^ ¦ ¦ CHAIXENGE j i ilBafllr *^ BiiHfflW ND MI _ LS never blow ! EXHUM 1 &lt; HSr =-B ™ » down , a record no other J HI ^*?_ K « Hm . n can show . Sent on 80 J W fl .. days * trial . Also feed grind- J i I __¦ ere , shelters , pumps , etc ; ^ tWaVtw Agents wanted . Catalogues I 1 WMlJrW free . CBAIXXHOS WIND I 1 Hfl MILL AHD FBED MILL Co ., i [ Hr _ l £ = al Bata . ia , Kane Co ., 111 . | E ^ -J -J-J-J-J -J ^ -J ^ J ^ -J-J-J-J-J-J-J-J-J-J-j ! , Mm . % E _ TECLIPSE _ £ . II Mem T ( Greatest LABOR-SAVING mAjMSf \ M tool ever Invented , lor digging holes in V ^**! R _ J * B *^ e ground . . This machine works on a W ^ g -jT Jl new . principle , andis unlike anything in KL 11 * = W m tlie -OBket . lt is neither an Auger nor a F ** - _ V Plunger ; but is driven in the ground with a \ It M a driving rod , which works in a pipe similar \ 7 / 1 I to a telescope . . We Claim or this tool ! V 1 J JSt . That one man can dig from tWO ¦ III &gt; ° thrie hundred hoiestwofee...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 March 1886
_________ i ____ S &lt; ste -AmmMm »^ - BAMA . hl Flour and Cora MBDUinaeMHJun- &lt;__ _ ai b MMA *\* * mWW . WUBOO S Patent ) . lOO per • ¦ l ^ 1 ^^_« nt- _ nioreinade in keeping poolfer . J 2 Also POWEB MILLS and KLRH FEED MI-LX » . Circulars and Testimonials sent pn application . WILSON BBOS ., £ ait 4 ia , fs . - ^ -i ^ AMaa •* Il € l proved Jpflf RIGHT SPEEDY • - r ^ - , ¦ W . ¦ CORN SHELLER «\ Vv _ Jffll _ - will shell the largest and smalll \ V ») KiPfffi * est corn pcrfecUVi shells it to llVlti jMXMmL Mbushels . perliour . Itlstho ^^ ^ MSi _^___ iSI 3 ^ he * t hand Shelter made - _ v _ AWWBS maW and I wurmnt It for 5 H * - ______ n _____ KS ______ T . yean . Price $ 5 , or handIMiMmMm ^ W somely nkkel-plated , ae . ll ___ 9 i ^ llii ___ r ASents Wanted . AW MHi 8 ___ i J B If no agent in your vicinity , I m lH __ H _ a ___ WIll-B wi sencTSheller , express paid , . ali || M | HI % W on receipt of price . Send for ^^¦ P ! . ! CDBIBMIIDABD . AlIIffllco . O ¦ Ijy...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 March 1886
IMPORTANT TO FARMERS ! Honey to be saved by paying only $ 12 . 50 a year to the TMEIM 1 SCMCE COMY ¦¦ ST H for a general Accident Policy , guaranteeing $ 1 , 000 in case of Death , and $ 5 Weekly Indemnity in event of Disabling Injury . Always Mention the Farm , Field and Stockman . The OLD RELIABLE STANDARD STOVER Improved . ^¦^^^ DAISY We are sole M anufa 0 * rers of ^ Jllj , jlto . ^^^¦^ the Stover Pumping Wind Mills for Ammjk ¦ wMmT Grlndinfi . Mill . pumPinewawrforM 1- _ _ i »______ JinHI ^^ amg W Wl , nli ,,, 0 ¦ ¦ ^ roadS ) viiiaKes , Snbul - ^ S ^ RKoCH BKBHT Suited to the wants of ranch- r jes . Brick Yards , Drain- ^ PBSP mWnmW ^ TWn men , with . steam engines , j ngi irriitatinB , etc ., as VIP ** mMUMMg I gL \ horse-powers , &amp; geared wind wen ^ geared wind-mills of all rMSMm M * A * J * tW * : f .: niill * 1 - We also , make French sizes , for running Grinders , Shell- WIMW M ^ tS &amp; LW Burr Mills which embody new ers , Saws , etc . Also Cob Grinde...
Condition of Bange Stock . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 March 1886
Condition of Bange Stock . The general condition of live stock on the range , according to late advice , is as follows : TEXAS . — The loss along the northern tier of the Panhandle counties , where the prairie fires had destroyed the feed , was heavy . On the ranges south of Mobeetie and Fort Elliott , the loss -is estimated at 80 per cent . It is claimed , however , that on the whole , tho loss in Texas will only be about 3 per cent . , , MONTANA . —Stock is in good condition . Cattle have been wintered well so far . MANITOBA . —Kanchmeii report a favorable winter , and the cattle are coming through in fine condition . KANSAS . —In the western part of the State there was a heavy loss on account of the unparalleled blizzard in January . The stockmen admit that the number of cattle frozen in the country tributary to Dodge City will reach 25 , 000 head . COLORADO . —Cattle on the plains have stood tho winter well , and the losses will be less than 2 per cent . In some of the mountain ...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 March 1886
XJXSTTX -f _____ = *_ -KT &lt; 3 D , Prop r EIVERSIDE STOCK FASI , Plainwell , Jlieh . ^ T 5 O ___ W « fflMH 0 ! lDOT _ . _^ lillli . Breeder and shipper of pore bred recorded PotaidChina Swine , roistered Jersey Cattle ( A . J . O . O . H . It . ) , and registered merino Sheep .. PolandOhinas still a specialty ; hsrd established in 1069- Is one and ono-half tao larsost herd racordca ia tho O . P . O . It _ , md emphatically a herd of prize-winners , consto j Jng jsttTntKLii of tha most noted families , pedigrees r _ rnuhed with every sale . Stock not of kin . Special rates by all express companies . Prices reasonable ana qualify of stock first-class . Por prices and particulars ad- ( fr _ wi nunhcrrc . PERCHERON HORSES ! 500 &lt; Pt * BE-BBED MAKES &amp; STAIXIONS Ofthe most popular families , t * all recorded with Jhk . Extended Pedigrees Is ^¦ KH ^&gt; thoFercheron Stud-Books ^ MMMmMsstm * ot b rance and rtmerinfti _^ E _ J ____________ B _ 9 B ___...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 March 1886
^ BURPEES NEW SEEDS , 886 • MW wm ¦ ¦ ¦ mwu _ mmm m ^^ a _ rf , tenyearewelmve tat- ^ uc _ dmoresn- « t &gt; s » _ U ^ A »¦¦»__ ¦ ai-Mfl ! kmrnmim , IM -SS- t ^ JSv o ^ See-SmBnln Ameiica . Thlslsexplataed by melact that we make rK e 5 DARE NI 1 VELTIE . S IM 8 ^ J &amp; SK £ ^^ • llflllEi nUlUi I MMaW ¦¦ ¦ X ^ h ^ rSS wrte tS &amp; S lew tumee . We arealso enabled to discard all varietiesXt , . A MIMA - P urnrviiil ro __ ?^ . - 0 .. nrt ? i rw ^^^ SW ^ P . - 5 RIIIIIRF VEE E TABLE-S ^ r ^ Th ^^ wLEA ^ MG ^ NOrELTIESAlrD SPEClAltES for 18 » 6 , jall of Wli fch ™ . ? £ • UnUBUE IbVfcl W *^ T ! fn- |? rtBTOP ^ *__ raiA _ 3 SFACHONt- i tl-B ^ ^ nwstcriticalCrw ^ eneM . _ hevarietiesmnri . 53 2 ^^ f ^^ S ^^^ sSl ^^^ tS s ^^*^^^^ ^^ • weprefer t ^ tlli-ect to plante ^ lio - ^ f ^^ CDOTMBI _ B _ -Imported 8 years ago from Pera , and AMa ^ A ^®^ A / £ *** * $ * , * OT v . *! £ 3 . _^^« this ^ ___! ¥ ____ Km «_ - \ 5 # 1 gmwnbv mea . y Ty V - * - ?*? - * -- ? - ^^ --...
Home-Made Kainit . * [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 March 1886
Home-Made Kainit . * In a recent Dumber yon wonder why kainit is not used more extensively where transportation will not be too costly . Let us see if it cannot me made at home . It seems that it is potash salts—principally in the form of a sulphate . Potash is found abundantly in wood ashes , and nitrate of potash , we believe , is plentiful in manure . The great value of plaster of Paris , sown so frequently , is that it is a sulphate of lime . Lime is found plentifully , but the sulphate not so plentifully . Dissolved , this plaster is sulphuric acid and lime . Sulphur is a cheap article . If one part of sulphur is added to two parts of wood ashes , well mixed , and then heated until the sulphur melts and all unite , the farmer will have a cheap and effective home-made kainit . If sulphur be sprinkled freely over dried manure and then slowly burned during cloudy or moist weather , the product will be a rough form of potash salts that the soil and plants can take up . If the land ...
Co-operation in Breeding [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 March 1886
Co-operation in Breeding A community of farmers , by co-operat-ing for improvement , could , with small expense to each member , add double the value to their farm and stock , and by joint effort effect improvement in a shorter time than can be done by individuals If the region is one in which cattle for market are fatted it would pay well to keep a Hereford , Sliort-born , Angus or Galloway bull for use in a community , anddispense with the scrub bull nuisance which now prevails In fact , it is much cheaper to keep one good bull for use in several herds , than to maintain half a dozen useless brutes that not only cost more than , they are worth , but which serve to perpetuate the race of nondescripts which many farmers annually fatten for market , with only a . small margin of profit . Good bulls can bo purchased at prices ranging from $ 200 to $ 300 according to breeding . We guarantee that first-class animals for breeding grades can be secujred for $ 300 , and even less . We plac...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 March 1886
• -. imLISHED WEBKLX BY , P H 0 WABD . &amp; WILSON PUB . CO . CHARLES H . HOWARD , EDITOK . JONATHAN PEBIAM , j . __ s 00 iate Editors . P H . JACOBS , 1 JAS W WILSON , BUSINESS MANAGER . THE FAUM , FIHXD AND STOCKMAN , under its new .. Lmmt is intended to treat practically tho X ^ vSy of snbjlcte related to . Agriculture , StockSf „ B SSning and Fruit-growing , and to afford [ . SI ning and newsy reading Ior the family . Its large S , S £ n in every State and Territory of theTJnion , and Bie Mtish Provinces , is proof that it is adapted iS ^ a ^ liiionn-nd / dvertlslna terms see page 238 .
News and Comment . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 March 1886
News and Comment . —A man was grumbling at his tax . Upon investigation it was found that $ 18 was dog tax and $ 2 . 50 on furniture . —Oan you gather grapes of thorns or figs of thistles ? No , but a pine tree near Washington , G-a ., is said to bear large numbers of perfectly formed acorns in terspersed with ordinary pine cones . —Old Boreas has been unusually severe in the East Shade trees in Maine , New Hampshire , and Massachusetts have in many instances been completely destroyed by the burden of ice which formed around their branches . Branches a foot thick FRENCH DRAFT HORSE , CHARTRES (* 59 ) .-See Page a 3 a were wrenched off . Trees near the ocean suffered most . —A couple of Kansas men lately got into a law-suit over the killing of a twodollar hog . After a long litigation a verdict was rendered in favor of the owner of the hog His lawyers charged $ 300 for services rendered He lost his hog and $ 300 , but had satisfaction . —How is this for a fish story ? Millions of dea...
jL ^ eczMz & afA & sm ^ M ^^^**^ g •^ 'J ^ = aJ **^^ eeHee i Tl ^~• eeee [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 March 1886
jL ^ eczMz &amp; afA &amp; sm ^ M ^^^**^ g •^ J ^ = aJ **^^ eeHee i Tl ^~• eeee Keeping Seed Corn . Will it injure seed corn to pack in salt barrels to keep in cold weather in • winter , if in a moaeratelv dry place ? A is . B . Elk Rapids , Neb . —If dry , no . But why not save it in dry barrels ? Salt absorbs a large amount of moisture , forming brine . If the corn is damp , the salt will pickle the seed , and salted seed corn is not essentially good seed . Sowing Oats . Last year in March I sowed a field of corn ground in oats . The stalks were first cut , raked and burned . Then the oats ( Northern white ) were sown broadcast , one and one-half bushels per acre , and harrowed in thoroughly . The ground was barely thawed ; only enough to get the seed covered . At harvest the oats were tall enough , and the grain plump and heavy and with no sign of rust . If you want to raise good , heavy oats , dont be afraid of sowing them too soon . The middle of March is not to...
Ninety-Day Seed Corn . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 March 1886
Ninety-Day Seed Corn . MB . EDITOR—Bear Sir : I have a quantity of a superior quality of extra large field corn which has lately been originated , and which well mature in ninety days , thus filling a want long felt . Ears from twelve to fourteen inches long , grains usually large , cob slender , 130 bushels of shelled corn of this variety has been raised per acre . As I am extremely anxious to know what this corn will do in other climates before advertising it for sale , I will send a large sample package to any farmer who will give it a fair trial and proper attention and report his success with it , and who will enclose 10 cents in silver to pay postage , packing , etc ., thereon . In order to induce farmers to take unusually good care of this com , so that I may have good reports to advertise next season , I will give $ 25 in gold as a premium to the one who raises the best ear and sends the best report , and $ 10 for second best . Address , New Carlisle , O . F . E . FBOSS . Fo...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 March 1886
FREEZING TO DEATH ! CA-PMiEMEN ! ! FARMEUS ! Dont let your stock freeze another winter . Plant Timber Trees and Eve-tra-eras few shelter , wind breaks , ornament and il ™ . we have an immense stock of Bed Cedars and rimberTree Seeejllngs-all varieties . Prices very low . Use Largo and Small Fruits . Write us for Price Lists—- •* t aTt . 4 ?» *§ BAILEY Jfc HANFOKD , 3 n 111 . 0 . B . B . Moknndn , Jackson Co ., il . 600 AORES . 13 OREEHHOUSES . TREESE PLANTS Zlr ^ I ^ J ^? Sprigs __|„ e a- « Be and flne rtock of every description of Fruit and Ornamental Hedge Plants , Fruit Tree Seedlings , ami S ° c reM &lt; , T JS e - Seedllnura . Priced CatoloSe , V ng 1886 , mailed free on application . Address • -Be BLOOMINOTON ( PHOENIX ) NURSERY Established 1858 . BLOOmNGTON n _ . Mention the Farm , WeW o ^ Sto ^ man . 11 1
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 March 1886
BLUEBERRY PLANTS I ^ S ^&amp;^ rW ta ** List free , DELOS STAPLES , * ff £ t Beg g . ir * Lllllll O BreeniiouM BMotS xJr thS IIIIB purpose . * oraSS __ tL , * 2 LIVE are the earliest , hardiest Am Vm WA * m == o ^ m P 8 t Productive Afm lEEItlaEBBBBi LEGAL TENDER SEED CORN . Large yellow dent . Also Acme , orange yellow dent earlier than Legal Tender . Satisfaction guarantied e £ money refunded . Price $ 2 per bushel , socks free . KIMS BROS ., EincrsoiTlowiu ___**__ f * eee &gt; e __ Is a Book of 70 jmges , with 2 M __ Sni _ V i ^ ravinKS ot diraliard ^ _ m _ BVfl- £ l _ x «?»**¦ *«•« •» , KUI « , _ c . &lt; 4 ! K . e &gt;^ BRi Gives bonoMtlicaciintionsr . f iB / LD VETT * a ^ A 9 ulden v $° ™ KasJRry MwmEBg-asss - | M £ i - &gt; j £ i ! Ution and management , with V ? o ! BITI ^ F &gt; / 10 ^ J , . r , c ?* 1 r &lt; * Trees V ^ BlaSHv ^ r ¦»* ™ nt * . Price 10 c . V &lt; y ^ R » 7 CT &gt; -X 2 HJS colored plat...
j ^ RTICULTURE [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 March 1886
j ^ RTICULTURE Rhubarb or _ Pie Plant * • n - farmer should have in his garden Bvery fann er «» it oome g in a S ° 0 d _ makes excellent pies . Whenearly £ ubart throws ou 5 a great many ever * tSd the stalks are small and leaves , ana w » should be dug alm 0 S , r ™ lanted , dividing them so up and * r „ t r „? hrift , Y bud is left to each ^ / oK Th * 7 ionld ^ dyne as piece of root , x tiuds ^ ^ ^ ear i yl f „ nush tough the surface soil . S ^™ rfo dig a ditch twelve inches ? yP ™ d eiehtefn inches wide , fill this tit ^ cfmpost composed of one-fifth hen , vithacompu » r manure , oneSrached n ashesfand two-fifths surface * _ j well mixed planting the roots * £ _ tei !_ inches apart in a straight row . Ifter t- e first yea ? it will be surprising t see what a rank growth your rhubarb -till make-large stalks and many of them . WUen rhubarbgets out of season , if you wish vou can keep the rest for winter use , ta ^ mSw Cut the stalks the proper length so they will go m a common glas...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 March 1886
H *_ H | % B 8 pkts Flower Seed 10 c . 5 pats VHUO Vegetable Seed 10 c . Postpaid . Cat-Weee-eeee-e ologue free . J . J . BELL , Wh-dsor , N . Y . shr EVERGREENS - *¦ _&amp;*» and European Larches ; all Vi ____ - . sizes . All Nursery grown at ________ I _ L prices never before offered . MammmTZ Norway Spruce , Scotch , Aus- ikaMMMRLXm , trian . White and Mountain __________ ¦ £ Hnes , Balsam Fir , Northern * ______________ Hed Cedar , and Arbar yitea j _____________ Efrom S 3 , per 1 , 000 up Shipped *_____________&amp; with safety to all parts of the ¦* MMMMMF U . S . Price list free . D . HIl , ! ., ^^ a * mmmmmaz . x nrfn . a a-Miiist , Dundee :, in . « BUY NORTHERN GROWN QCCRC f We have received thousands of | J ____ IJ | J I letters from farmers and others who T , • doubled their ci _ ps and made money hy sowing our NORTHERN CROWN SEEDS . We wouldUtoWMOO customers toproUtbyitthlsyear . theretore : BARLEY—It pays to thrash 70 bu . per A . better than only SO . T...