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Page 47 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 February 1896
I addition to our regular offer , all those sending us a club of more than 20 new trial subscriptions will enter OUR SPECIAL PREMIUM CONTEST For the Largest Clubs of Trial Subscriptions Received by May 1 , 1896 . The rjerson sending the LARGEST number will have the PIEST choice , the one sending the SECOND largest will have SEC- « D choice and so on untU . the last is reached , and all following premiums described on this page are given away . Each Parson Sending a plub of 20 or More Will Receive One of the Following Special Premiums . We will give DUPLICATES of all articles except the FIRST FOUR , which will probably be chosen by the ones sending thefour largest clubs . ¦ LThe Fireside sewing The Daisy Bone Cutter . A combination Cupboard and Cabinet . Has ^^^^•^ ••¦ W * _ , , , , . ... u t . place for Rolling Pin . Kneading Board , Pans , The best machine in the World for ami uii utensils used for baking , N ce draw- Guaranteed for ten years . Fully do- the purpose . Fully describ...
Page 48 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 February 1896
^ mmmmmmnmmmmmmmmmmmmn ^ \ % Our New Premium £ flodel Bicycle , £ : For Gentleman or Lady (Lsai ?« , tp C* 3 ^ - Bicycle for 1896 is an ^ S ^ em—\ % MnHel IKQK ^ 5 J ^ I exceptional machine . ^_ aaaaeeaa *^^^^ » 1 IwUCI lO-fll . --,. f Well Finished and First-Class in Every Detail . 3 ^ r AStrong and Handsome Road Wheel . = 5 ^ For a club of 120 subscribers , new or renewals , we will give this wheel FRE / ID . ~*^ «^— Full description and specifications , with prices and further particulars of this offer __^ jp given upon application . ^ ^ THE BOYSLIGHT RACER . 3 ^ 4 For Boy or Girl (From y St 0 fifteen ^ m \**^ Address FARM , FIBI , D AND FIRBSIDF , , Chicago , 111 . ^
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 8 February 1896
| i . ooAYEAR 36-PAGE NUMBER FEBRUARY 8 , 1896 J&amp; IBM FIELD ^ . ND RBESIDE I . • ¦ ,. j | j A| p i TABLEOF CONTENTS M: PS BI ^ Thleker tlian wkter :: . 82 Thf ^ at silver ( fenfe ^ 9 AgS A lSVj Relief for the Armenians ... 182 ence 207 « r * _ . Sagi Current Topics ........ 183 T-- „„™ -, pj ___ l WS . Tie News : , ™ PIKBSIDB .- HRj _ ? - $ _ DT &gt; . / , mTr ,. r ^ , fx . V _ l . JJ ! . An 0 Id Wife s Valentine— » S | L AAlCni / IX / ^ PRACTICAL FARMING- Poem , 98 « TO « \ A # f 4 F IX 1 Y : » M n ° m 6 Com P ar , sons «* Prices ! 8 * The Bight Kind of Goods .. 196 « . ? l ^ L . lX .- _ __ I ( im S , t 88 a J a . C ltUre • ** Woodbine Design for Oen- fS &amp; i ¦ , —« _ , _ _ ¦¦ ¦ _§ V _ r W 3 IM The Best Barn 184 ter Piece 198 U _ 3 __ fr « FA \ M | I V K The Grange-Its . Mission ... 184 g ^ t valentine : , . . ....... 197 Wi ¦ iTkl -III- _ 1 . I ftftjj - Questions Answered 184 PHAPTIPAT __ nnsmti _ i . P PoB CJ ^ fH Porn Mfttoa 104 iHAl / lll / AIj J ...
An Important "If " [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 8 February 1896
An Important If Here s something that may save your life when a bull gets after you . When a bull char g es , just before the final lurch he shuts his eyes , and if you have tbe presence of mind to stand stock st i ll until be is about two or three feet from you all you have to do is to step aside , and b e misses you . ~ Any child with sufficient presence of mind to do this can let a bull charge all day with perfect safety . This Is not a new thing , as lt is one of the secrets of the bull-fighter in the countries where the sport is practiced . The bullfighters say that a cow does not do this , and they would never try any such tricks with a mad cow . The writer knows tbat what is said about the bull s habit i s true . —Philadelphia Record .
Notes [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 8 February 1896
Notes be pressed down compactly and covered with enough mellow soil to make a sufficient seed bed . Any harrow but the ACME tears up the sod and scatters It over the surface , where It does no good and makes work tor the hoe . but the ACME Pulverizing Harrow , Clpd Crusher and Leveler , as Its well deserved name Indicates , presses down the sod , crushes the furrowed slices , and pulverizes and levels them ; and so provides an excellent seed bed and leaves the soil where it will do tbe most good and decay and provide food for the crop . See advertisement on page— . SEEDS FREE . The new free delivery system Inaugurated by Peter Henderson &amp; Co ., of New York , secures to any one who orders seeds from them the free delivery at catalogue prices to any post office in the United States . Messrs . Peter Henderson &amp; Co . issue this year a beautiful and entirely new catalogue for 1896 , which Illustrates and describes the grandest assortment of seeds on this continent...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 8 February 1896
ALL . UP CORN _ - ^ 4-ra . PUNTER % __ H a ________________ F _ . » jjrnore _ ooareiiture 3 &lt; ¦¦ WnSBl than can be found In IT-HI ¦ . MITf- anyotherthreeontho 1 FblHirL . ¦* L E UI / B market . Send for cirl £ _ U ________ - _ B _ M eularand find out all V / MHI A iMVta about it before con-l-lf ¦ I ¦____¦! WM- * 1 » n f wnat to buy \ Xentton ^^ m T ^ . Rock Island Plow Co ., ( this paper ^ P ; . , ^ •__ Rook Island , III . • ADIftinCD made tn attach to any ulllNIICn size or make ot pumping jylnd mill , and grind all kinds of atraln ^ seperateor mixed . Also make house meal and graham flour . E , 8 . WINGER , Station R . CHICAGO . ^ SadtQUMER CITY S ^ JMWfc 8 RINDIMG MILL ^ WW n &amp; ZMffl £ Si \* _ f Il __ r MEAL . improved for M * 5 a j / wL ___ C- _ r Send for an mllto advertissd . »_ __|____ B _ S _ r ^_ top tho boat-returns others . S J ^ Tji * A . W . STRAUB A CO . (&gt;__ Ia 4 _ 4 Pa * sad 41 8 . Jefferson St ., Chicago , IU . CM fULTURE BTT 8 VBFA ...
Farm Economics „ [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 8 February 1896
Farm Economics „ How the Vote Stood THE Senate voted on the free coinage amendment to the bond bill last Saturday , passing it by a vote of forty-two to thirtyrive The following is the vote in detail . As there are many Presidential possibilities among , the votes , we publish the list , that should any of the Senators named be nominated for the Presidential office , intelligent bimetallists will know how they stand on this all-important question : TEAS . STARK —7 ems Nonpa Daniel , D „ Va ., Pugh , D .. Ala .. Allen , Pop ., Neb ., George , D ., Miss ., Boacb , D ., N . D ., Bacon , D „ Ga ., Harris , D ., Tenn ., Shoup , B ., Ia ., . Bote , D ., Tenn ., Irby , D „ S . 0 ., Squire , B . y Wash ., Berry , D ., Ark ., Jones , p ., Ark ., Stewart , Pop ., Nev ., Blanchnrd , D ., La ., Jones , Pop ., Nev ., Teller , B ., Colo ., Brown , R ., Utah , Kyle , Ind ., S . D ., Tillman , D ., S . C , Butler , Pop ., N . C . Mantle , B ., Mont ., Turple , D ., Ind ., Coll , D ., Fla ., Mitchel...
Lost wnhout It [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 8 February 1896
Lost wnhout It I have been a subscriber to your paper . for I dont remember how many years , • and I have never missed getting a number except twice in all these years . Can you send me a copy of last week s ? . I file the papers , hence I do not like to miss a number . I would feel lost without the F . F . F . I must say it is my paper of all the papers that come to our home—weekly , semimonthly , or monthlies . I am indebted to its columns for much success in my farming operations . And I like your bold and fearless stand for right . A Beader , White , Tenn .
Of Interest to You [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 8 February 1896
Of Interest to You To assist onr readers in introducing the Three F s Into new fields of usefulness , we make the following three liberal offers : L If you will send us one new subscriber with your own renewal , we will ¦ end the two papers one year for $ 1 . 50 ; add 10 cents each to this price If seeds or books are wanted . 2 . If you will send us two new subscribers at $ 1 . 00 each , we wll send your own paper one year free . If seeds or books • re wanted , add 80 cents to cover mailing . 8 . If you will send us . one new subscriber at full price , we will send you either an extra selection of 20 packets of ¦ seeds or two extra selections from our book list For premiums for clubs see our Premium List . Write us for agents terms for those who want to work for cash commission . It will be an easy matter to get at least one new subscriber . We propose to continue to let the light shine , and will be thankful for your co-operation ln a matter 40 vitally important to yourselves as we...
Colony News [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 8 February 1896
Colony News NEXT EXCURSION . The date of the excursion from the north and west has been finally set for February lltb , and the- indications are that three or four hundred people will come down on a special train . A letter from Messrs . Howard &amp; Wilson says that they are preparing to advertise extensively and that they believe it will be a grand success . —The Spring . GREEN COVE SPRINGS ITEMS . The following is from The Spring , the local paper published at our Green Cove Springs , Fla ., settlement : Mr . Chaplin of Claremdnt , 111 ., came in last Saturday with a car load of household goods and stock , Mr . Chaplin and family have moved into a cottage on Spring street . Julien Paudois , Francois Butln and Francois Barbot , have all purchased land on the Clinch Grant , and are building at Wallkill station . About fifty families will locate around them . J . C . Stafford / Lawrence , Mich ., has been here for several days looking up lands . He purchased a tract of forty...
Profit Sharing : [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 8 February 1896
Profit Sharing : Editor Farm , Field &amp; Fireside : —I was much interested ln a brief editorial item in a recent number of your esteemed journal , noting the distribution of a considerable amount of money among the employes of a Chicago firm—which deserves success If for no other reason than its substantial remembrance of the principle of mutual helpfulness . It is the opinion of most humanitarians that a general recognition of the value of labor as a wealth producer would eventually make strikes and lock-outs and other similar disastrous disturbances , something in the light of a dreadful example to be shunned , as we shun a pest-house , or a disagreeable recollection . Every fellow for himself is a heathenish motto , and should be superceded by the spirit which is inseperable frord higher civilization—the brotherhood of man . a T .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 8 February 1896
If a man knew he was going to be hanged , he would certainl y make every effort to Srevent it He would o everything he could and strain every nerve to the last minute to get himself out of his Sredicament . Hen ave been saved from hanging after the rope was around their necks . There are ways of dying that are not so quick that are even more certain . The man who neglects his health , and who in sickness refuses to take medicine , really has the rope of disease around his neck . He will die if he doesnt throw it off . A mar who would struggle against hanging may yet be careless about his health . He may be traveling strai g ht toward consumption and pay no attention to it , and vet death bv con sumption is much more terrible than death by hanging . Dr . Pierces Golden Medical Discovery will cure 98 per cent , of all cases of consumption . Consumption is likely to be caused by weakness and in its turn , it increases the weakness . The Golden Medical Discovery is an invigorating , str...
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—VVWW- —VVV VVVVVVVWVW 9 : FARM , FIELD AND FIRESIDE : ,: PUBLISHED WEEKLY . 4 &gt;¦ : : ¦ i • utM . rlptlo * Price Sl . OO per Tear , In * . - .- advance . _ . WithtbamwHTOiii-Coroneof ourotber _ J books 11 . 104 &gt; . Club Terms . 4 Siva copies one yew to same or different __ _ • addresses M . 00 _ &gt; Ten ooples one year to same or different ad- 4 • dresses .. 7 . 50 &lt; 1 AAd ten cents each If N « w HTOIENI or other 4 &gt; book Is wanted . 4 , Foreign Subscription , SIB . OO per Tear , 2 , In advanoe . to oover foreign postage . - 2 I Howard &amp; Wilson Publishing Co ., j • N . B . Cor . Madison &amp; Franklin 5 ts ., 4 J Chicago . IU . 1 &gt; CHABI / ES H . HOWARD , EDITOR . 2 &gt; JAB . W . WILSON . BUSINESS MANAGES . 2 , Entered as Seoond-Class Mall Hatter at Chicago 1 , Postoffice . 2 &gt; W &lt; r ** 4 F *« 4 &gt; 4 &gt;** e &lt;» 4 &gt; 4 &gt;...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 8 February 1896
S &lt; , ^ WHIPPLES XirL—^&lt;»^ aV SupplementaryBetuchoble f I iT I V A Wide Tire / / ¦ fl \_ J 9 oan be attached or detached to I f __ — -O any farm or lumber wagon . I M ~^__ n Thousands ln use . Will send a 1 I ¦— -A la 3 sample set on trial to itood parl ___ ¦ I 7 ties . Good reference or proper- ^____ r ^ ___&gt;/ * y statement required . Address ^ ____&lt;~ J ____ F E E . WH 1 HPLE , ^^ maemW ^ ST . JOHNS , - ¦ MIC . F EED MILLS Jfe ( Sold with er without Hlevator . ) _ / Tfli Uruab . eob and irrlnd all kinds of I JIM ] &lt; raln . Oonleal shaped grinders . An /// in entire departure from all Other MAjfIL ulllfl . Lightest running , strong- mJUQjlSLie r * t and handiest made . Threealaeai NbcwiVn I lo 6 , 6 to 8 , 8 to U h . p ., and one style Jfjf |_ f _ l for wind wheel use . IV Also make &lt; J || K _ N 9 *_ « weep Mills that orush ear corn and W 1 W II &lt; rlnd all amaUaTalna line . *^|_ r ** C . HI . P . B 0 W 8 HE...
Coffee Culture in Venezuela [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 8 February 1896
Coffee Culture in Venezuela Venezuela is by no means dependent on the gold mines coveted by England for her revenues . Coffee culture is safer and just as remunerative . She exports 100 , 000 , 000 pounds at a profit of from 7 to 9 cents a pound . The United States imports over eight millions of dollars worth each year . In this country the Venezuela coffee is called Mocha , which it closely resembles , and sells for from 40 to 60 cents a pound . A good coffee plantation takes five years before bearing and eight before a full crop can be expected , but it lasts for seventy to a hundred years . First the ground is cleared and burned over two or three times to get rid of the brush ; then it is plowed and laid off into squares . Then shade trees must be planted to shelter the coffee bushes from the sun . Every plantation is shaded . Banana trees are put out originally to protect the young plants , for they shoot up rapidly , and have luxurious foliage , but for permanent shade a large ...