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Puzzle Lore [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 February 1896
Puzzle Lore ( Copyrighted . ) por the best list of solutions first received we , Ka book entitled The Graftons , or Looking Forward . This ls a story whleh . ? Jm , 7 ns will enjoy Quite as much as the g £ n _ fotka , For the second and third best Sons received we will give a copy of The D earn City / a picture you will all like to have as a souvenir of the World s Fair . Answers to this week s puzzles must be re--elved not later than February 12 . Names of Drize-winners and answers to puzzles will appear February 22 . Send answers to Puzzle Department . TKANSp 0 SITI 0 NS . Along a mountains winding trail A band of eager soldiers rode ; A wide , extended one they made To trap the foe ln their abode . The plan succeeded , for the foe Were two entirely ln the fight Among the moutain fastnesses Some thought to save themselves by flight , 2 . But military science served The savage Instinct to out-wit , Alas ! the brave young general Was by a poisoned arrow hit But mid his racking one o...
MARVELOUS RESULTS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 February 1896
MARVELOUS RESULTS . From a letter written by Rev . J . Gunderman , of Dlmondale , Mich ., we are permitted to make this extract : I have no hesitation ls recommending Dr . Kings New Discovery , as the results were almost marvelous ln the case of my wife . While I was pastor of the Baptist Church at Rives Junction she was brought down with Pneumonia succeeding La Grippe . Terrible paroxysms of coughing would last hours with little interruption and it seemed as If she could not survive them . A friend recommended Dr . King s New Discovery ; It was quick In Its work and highly satisfactory in results . Trial bottles free at any drug store . Regular size 60 c and $ 1 . 00 . —A Kansas Populist is at work upon a new scheme to increase the sum of human happiness . He is tryinng to cross the milkweed and the strawberry , so that people may raise strawberries and cream together . —New York Tribune .
SICK SHOATS [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 February 1896
SICK SHOATS Read what Bert Knobloch . of Bradgate , Iowa , says : I used seven packages of yonr Steketec s Dog Cholera Cure on forty sick shoats , and it worked line ; never lost one . Have nspri itfor the past three rears on hogs and horses . It takes tbe cake . * —It Is said that oil made of eucalyptus , frequently applied with a camel s hair pencil over the surface of chilblains , relieves pain and soon cures them .
Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 February 1896
i ^^ j ^ st ^ gwp L ^ - ^ riSa __________________ + ^~* mmm ^ jSSSjfr (£ p ®| 3 &gt; ^ - jr Clean it \\ k If with Gold Dust TO I Washing Powder , \ I This great preparation ™ , I cuts the grease quickly , v \ I cleans the soot from tie \ V fl burner , makes the metal « tt parts bright and polishes the ft . II chimney like crystal . This » II is only one of the many « a specific uses to which w GOLD DUST Washing Powder can be put No housekeeper who wishes cleanliness to reign supreme / I ln-her home should be without Gold / I Dust . Your grocer-will sell you large / # \ l packages for 25 cents . // V GOLD DUST WASHING POWDER has It \\ an additional value to the farmer for // Vi destroying insects . Send ns yonr II u name and address and we will mail if \ . you an important booklet con- If \ . taining recipeB for making , / f \ kerosene emulsions , for J / J XSs ^ . spraying crops and ff / f NSSfej trees and live %% SSSfes stock . .-ssSseSS p ^ ^ % t The N . K . Fairbank f i C...
Weekly - Market - Review [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 February 1896
Weekly - Market - Review GRAIN MARKETS-. Chicago , January 2 T .-May wheat , which on Saturday sold as high as 66 % c and closed at lotto , opened this morning at from 65 % c to WUc , and kept changing hands in Immense ¦ untitles for half in hour at and between those two prices . After that , Armour haying meantime disposed of 1 , 000 , 000 bu openly through his own representatives , the market took a downward course and pursued It until at 11 a . m . the price was 64 % c . The market became weak again ln the last half hour , the prices getting down to 64 % &lt; 86- % C , and closing at 64 % c , or a decline for the day of l % c per bushel . , . , . . ,. The trading In corn was moderately brisk and the chief feature of It was the taking of profits by people who had bought on Saturday . tt opened strong In sympathy with whefct , but tended downward during the remainder of the day . May corn started at from 30 % c to 31 c , • old off to 30 c and dosed at 30 @ S 0 V _ c bid . T...
AH ! WHAT DELICIOUS COFFEE . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 February 1896
AH ! WHAT DELICIOUS COFFEE . Thus a Texas lady writes , and I grew It for less than y 2 c . a pound-from Salzer s Great German Coffee Berry , coffee better than Rio ! That s a general verdict ! A 15 c . package gives 30 lbs . Largely used In Germany , France , Holland and England . 60 , 000 bUBh . Seed Potatoes cheap . If you will cut this out and send It with 15 c . stamps to the John A . Salzer Seed Co ., La Crosse , Wis ., you will get a package of above great coffee seed and our 148 page seed catalogue ! Catalogue alone 5 c .
STOCK FOUNTAIN , SCALES , ETC . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 February 1896
STOCK FOUNTAIN , SCALES , ETC . We wish to call attention to our new ad . of Stock Fountain in this issue , and earnestly invite the readers of Farm , Field &amp; Fireside to send for our complete catalogue of family scales , useful tools , and our goods for the use of the farmer and stock raiser . V . H . Sweinhart Co ., 175 Dearborn street , Chicago .
BEATS THEM ALL [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 February 1896
BEATS THEM ALL That s saying a good deal , but that is what people say unsolicited . DE SOTO , MO . O . G . STEKETEE : Send me three more packages ef Steketee s HogjCholera Cure . Have used it before ; am weU pleasediwlth tbe resnlts . Have used other kinds but yours beats them all . So says J . M . Fisher , of De Soto . Every tanner should have a package on hand ready for use . This powder ls also nsed for general disability ln all animals . For further particulars read Steketee s ad . ln this paw
Page 25 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 February 1896
MfHow to Make $ 500 Yearlygwiih 12 Hens , g a ^— - «| a—¦— - ¦——¦ aaaaw-- - ~ - — ~ M- ~~~ - ~~^ gge ^* a ~ j v -- *_ t -S-aw Also making hens set 6 days instead of ai . Wonderful Scientific Discovery . 45 Medals and Diplomas Awarded . Particulars ; Prolessor A . CORBETT , Bible House , Astor Place , New York . IT PAYS TO USB ANGLO-AMERICAN STOCK FOOD . Beware of Imitation * . None genuine unless bearing trade-mark . Have Yoa Bog ? Cholera * We can and do cure hoc oholera . One breeder , after using our goods , sayB . Send 200 pounds more ; am free froai It now ; want to keep fortified . Send for circulars and testimonials . See names prominent breeders new using . Audio-American Stock Food Co ., Chicago . ¦ I ¦ % / M . M . FREEMAN &amp; CO . U _§*__ m _ w C OM M ISSION _ . — --- — n _ r % ¦ WA V AND - ^ --ST-E ^^ -k w ^ r »* m ^ m ma m - ^ 4 » ^ Sx ^_ E , _ lotao Av » . _ cHic . e-. c-- * :: &gt;* Oorr « B » ffl- v «« - ^« irfooj &gt; irt _ TOi- «&gt...
Page 25 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 February 1896
FITSCLRED ( From U . S . Journal af Matwine . ) Prof . W . H . Peeke . who makes a specialty of Epilepsy , has without donbt treated and cured more cases than any living Physician ; hissticcessisastonishing . Wc haveheardofcasesof 20 yeare Btandlngcnredbyhlm , Be publishesa valuabl 9 Work on this disease which he ¦ ends with a large bottle of his absolute cure , free to any sufferer who may send their P O . and Express acV dress . We advise anyone wishing a cure to address , *?* ot W . H . PKKKK F n . ^ OorfarSt , New Tork . Please mention the Farm , Field and Fireside . __ A BRABAZONS POULTRY CATALOGUE ¦ MA CDEXI The largest price lilt ever published oa the VGB r IILL i leading varieties of Turkeys , Geete , Duck , and WJ ^ T Chickens . The larfreit poultrymen in the world . Full lnjaa ^ Kn ^ formation given on application to any address for Jc .-tamp ^__^_ W ^ - R . Brabazon , Jr . &amp; Co . Detavan . Wis ., U . S . A . •_ A 6 REIDEr . SNEWCaTALUGUt MM aB ( OR 1896 * Ffne...
31 HUIM ^ T ^ [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 February 1896
31 HUIM ^ T ^ \ xy LEROV ARMSTRONG _ s \ CHAPTER XIV . A BUSINESS FAILURE . CHAPTER XIII .- ( Coutlnued . ) He had leaned back from the table . His ent of pie was untouched . • Tom Travers was here . It was a wise mother . Her son started . What did he want ? He had forgotton Millie and Atwood , and the late night ride , and all the rest In that connection . He said he wanted to buy clover seed . That s what he said . But was It what he wanted ? No ; I gness he Just wanted to talk about you and the ¦ ton , HolIIster understood ; and as he dived at once to the venom of Travers message , he hated the man , and wished him evil . Said the store was a failure , did he ? Tea , something like that . And that I was a failure , too . No ; not that Well , I am . The store Is a failure . But he has done more than any one to make It so . It was loaded heavy enough with all the farmers pulling together . When he organized half of them in opposition It was sure to go down . A week from Saturday I...
A DYING SPARK . I [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 February 1896
A DYING SPARK . I Stop Right Now ! Dont Light Another ! You re Burning Your Brains . WRECKS ALONG THE STREET SIDI Oft - times tobacco s victims look at the dying spark ln the cigar stump , or at the big masticated chaw of tobacco just expectorated , and with nerves nicotlnlzed with tobacco , mentally resolve , Now , that ls my last , I will never use It again , I know that It is Injuring me physically and financially and my nerves are becoming so Irritated that I cant stand the least annoyance . What Is the result ? These good resolutions are generally made while the effect of the use of tobacco practically paralyzes the cravings of millions of irritated nerve centers and Just as soon as the effects commence to pass away these good resolutions weaken , showing conclusively that the use of tobacco is not a habit but a disease of the nervous system caused by the education of the nerves to crave for the nicotine poisoning . What then ls the easy , permanent , natural way to relieve you...
Page 27 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 February 1896
^ WATCHE ^ l ^ rfH Please mention the Farm , Field and Fireside . : _§ a __ m _ m Instant relief , final ear * taste */ *______ 911 ? X «&gt; d uvw returns : no vug *; *• % __ * CTltSW nosnppositery . Kejse ^ -a » B » € l A- » f qjdrSTo . i . HASP * . Bar . W . Hawferh Pity . M . T . Please mention tho Farm , Field and Fireside . Wisconsin Farmers Institute Bulletin No . 9 Is now ready for distribution . Fifty tbousand copies issued . A 320-page band-book of agriculture . Treats of Dairying , Horse Breeding . Sbeep and Swine husbandry . Potato Growing , Market Gardening , Road Making , etc , No farmer should be without it . Free at Wisconsin Institutes . Mailed , to Wisconsin farmers for 35 cts . for cloth bound copies and 10 cts , for paper covered copies . Sent outside of tbe State for 40 cts . for clotb bound copies and 25 cts . for paper covered copies . Address QEO . McKERROW . Supt ., Madison , Wis . $ 1 . 00 for Life-Size Crayon from Gabiret Photo dhQ &gt; 7 p...
Current Literature [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 February 1896
Current Literature HIS PERPETUAL ADORATION ; or THB CHAPLAINS OLD DIART . By Rev . Joseph F . Flint Cloth , S 1 . 25 : paper , 60 cents . Boston : The Arena Publishing Company . M OKB and more as the years go by the records , whether in form of memoir , diary or story of those who actually participated in the Civil War , are coming to be prized . They are beyond estimate In value to the historian . This is an extremely Interesting and realistic war story , told in the form of a diary left at his death by a veteran who had been a captain In the Northern army , and with Grant at Vicksburg and Sherman on his march to the sea . Two or three of the great events of the war are told ln stirring fashIon , but the narrative deals mainly with the inside life of the soldier in war time , and its physical and moral difficulties . A fine love story runs throughout , the hero having plighted his troth before setting out for the front Being wounded ln Georgia , he is cared for in the home of a Sou...
Page 28 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 February 1896
MUSIC . Trilby Music . A delightful volume made up of all the song * and Instrumental compositions sung or played In Du Manner s famous novel . Both English and original versions given . Cover Illustrated from drawings by Du Maurier . One of the most sucessful novelties we have Issued for years . •• College Songs Latest edition . 92 songs , Including all the famous favorites . This collection is the most popular ever published , having reached Its 41 » t edition . Over 800 , 000 copies sold . War Songs 65 songs , 86 pages . Including all the great war songs of America . Solos for any voice . Choruses , for male voices . Royal hour-Hand Collection 38 charming piano duets from the beBt sources . Easy , bright , and with abundance of variety . Good piano duets ln collection form are dlOcult to find , and this book has proved very popular . Royal Reed Organ Collection 57 of the most pleasing and excellent examples of music for the parlor organ-waltzes , marches , operatic selections , e...
A Slave from Boyhood [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 February 1896
A Slave from Boyhood ( From the Red Wing , Ulan ., Republican . ) • I am now twenty-four years old , said Edwin Swanson , of White Rock , Goodhue County , Minn ., to a Republican representative , and as yon can see I am not very large of stature . When I was eleven years old I became afflicted with n sickness which baffled the skill ami Knowledge of the physician . I was not taken suddenly ill but on the contrary I can hardly state the exact time when It began . The first symptoms were pains In my back and restless nights . The disease dl not trouble me much at flrst , but It seemed to have settled ln my body to stay and my bitter experience during the last thirteen years proved that to be the case . I was of course a child and never dreamed ol the suffering ln store for me . I complained to my parents and they concluded that ln time I would outgrow my trouble , but when they heard me groaning during my sleep they became thoroughly alarmed . Medical advice wns sought but to no avail...