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l % ti' ^ h . L ^ d ^ i J . Ml [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 8 February 1896
l \ % ti ^ h . L ^ d ^ i J . Ml \ An Old Wiles Vale mint Tfieold wke stood ather ga rden ga te The eve of St . Valentine s Day ; She watched for the post , that like a Fate Just stopped and then galloped awayJust stopped , and then , ln the waning light , Passed over the hill and out of sight . Her grandchild tugged at her shawl and gown And her daughter called , sweet and clear , Mother , come ln . for the cakes are brown , And the boys and father are here . Ah , yes , she said , and the night is cold ; I quite forgot that I m growing old . At breakfast lay at the father s place A letter as white as snow ; He looked at lt with a curious face , And . said , Now I want to know ! The boys all Bmlled , the mother grew O er face and throat a . crimson hue . He opened the dainty letter then , And lo ! ln Its satiny fold Was painted rose and forget-me-not , And lilies with hearts of gold ; jSSid ,. line— the whole , Just one sweet - « Forever , forever , thy Valentine . He touched the not...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 8 February 1896
MAKE YOUB OWN BETTERS . Onjreoelpt of thirty oents U . S . stamps I will send to any-d-ress one package Steketee s Dry Bitters . One pa . kage makes one gallon best tonio known . Cures sSmaohami kidney diseases . Address Gep rgeG . Stoked Gram ! Rapids . Mich . Bead Steketee s advertisement of Hog Cholera .
Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 8 February 1896
_ r ~ \ A That tenacious form of vJOltrC scrofula , afllicted my mother , Mrs . J . Dayton , whose portrait appears above , for over 30 years : Hoods Sarsaparilla has cleansed her blood and cured the swelling so that her neck , is no larger than ordinary size . Miss BERTHA DAVTON , Mauston , Wisconsin . . Hood s Sarsaparilla Is the only true blood purifier prominently in the public eye , fl ; si-, for $ 5 . u _*__&lt;_ _ . Dill .- are tasteless , mild , efteoflOOU S rlllS tive . All druggists . 2 Bc . has never Been euaalea lor wo instant relief Of Catarrh . Cold ln tne Head and Headache . Cures Deafness , restores lost sense of smell . .. Sixty years on ths market . All Druggists sell lt . 26 e per bottle . F . C KEITH . MTr .. Cleveland . Ohio . Please mention the Farm , Field and Fireside . Wife . Mother . Sister . Does yonr husband , son or brother smoke or ohew tob _ eco 7 Do yon wish them forever onied of the filthy hahlt without their knowing how It was done ? If so I...
, Practical Housekeeping [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 8 February 1896
, Practical Housekeeping Housewifery Up to Date Give me a spoon of oleo , ma , And the sodium alkali , For I m going : to make a pie , mamma , I m going to make a pie ; For John will be hungry and tired , ma , And his tissues will decompose ; ; So give me s gramme of phosphate , , - And the carbon and cellulose . Now give me a chunk of caseine , ma , 1 To shorten the thermic fat ; - And hand me the oxygen bottle , ma , And look at the thermostat ; And -if the electric oven s cold l Jnst tnrn lt on half an ohm , For I want to have snpper ready i I As soon as John comes home . Mow paBS me the neutral dope , mamma . And rotate the mixing-machine , But give me sterilized water first And the oleomargarine , And the phosphate , too , for now I think The new typewriter s &lt;_ ult . And John will need more phosphate food , To help his brain a bit . ! —Chicago News . Candlewick Filter EVERY pretty and simple domestic niter is described in Good Health as made by simply passing throug...
FIRE WILL NOT DELAY . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 8 February 1896
FIRE WILL NOT DELAY . The Swanson Rheumatic Cure Company , No 167 Dearborn street , Chicago , write : While our laboratory was entirely consumed by fire last week , we have sufficient stock on had to fill all orders promptly as heretofore . In fact , we have been filling all orders since thf 30 th of January . Remember that It does not take from 12 . to 49 bottle of 5 DROPS to cure you . From on * to three bottles is all that Is required ln the most obstinate and severe cases . That make * 5 DROPS the Cheapest remedy . on earth . 5 DROPS gives relief immediately , although we have found a few cases where they bad to use the remedy from 5 to 10 days before anj special Improvement was noticeable ; a com plete cure Is usually attained In from 10 to 40 days .
Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 8 February 1896
jmB ^^^ mimt - I U I I I I M I I I I I I I * - * m s m S m * m S m S «•*¦«*«¦¦¦ W m s m l- ** S m * m l m S m * m * m * j &lt;^ = ^ OUR PATTERN COUPON , — = ^ j I ( Cut this ont , fill In yonr name and address , number and she of pattern wanttrt . ) ) I Pattern Department FARM , FIELD AND FIRESIDE : Inclosed Und 10 cents for which please send the following pattern : \ , « - ~~~ ¦ -.---.-- I-I ¦ . . i . I , . „ . . . . . . , .,. . * - ¦ . ¦ ! . _| i Pattern i Name « • Number , f ? _ Town ¦ » Bust i ; &gt; Measure . ! State ¦ . __ . _ . _ . _ . _ . * _ ---- .-,-,-- _ -, » -, __»» &gt;»»««« ___«_» --,-. _¦_ -,-, _ . ¦ ¦
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 8 February 1896
jKv • By Velma Caldwell Melville . it jJEST see Brown s . Bettie a s , tarin at J . them valentines ; s pose she expects some . fellarll send her one , and Joe Clark laughed aloud at his wit . I say , boys , he went on immediately , lets promise her a valentine nd then send one o them comic ones . I see one t other day with a gal on that looks jest like her . Say we do ! chorused two of his companions , and the silence of the third passed unnoticed . Billy Luke was allowed to be a little slow any way ; not up to snuff ; but then he never preached and was always ready to do a fellow a good turn . Say , Bettie , them s prime valentines , aint they ? called out Joe , as they came along beside her . Want one ? The child turned a pair of frightened blue eyes on her tormentors , shrank nearer the wall , but made no answer . Hay now , we aint goin to eat you ; we jest asked if you wanted a valentine ; most girls do . If youll be civil well send you one o tbem purtiest ones . The blue eyes ...
Puzzle Lore [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 8 February 1896
Puzzle Lore ( Copyrighted . ) For the best list of solutions first received we will give a book entitled The Graftons , or Looking Forward . Tbls ls a story which grown-ups will enjoy quite as much aa the young folks . For the second and third best solutions received we will give a copy of The Dream 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 received not later than February 19 . Names of prize-winners and answers to puzzles will appear February 29 . Send answers to Puzzle Department . CHARADE . I two a one that highly praised An all of new design , It was , lt seems , In all respects Than other twas more fine . Twould two at rapid pace or slow , Large articles or small ; Twas one ln form , and that was why They named the thing an all . Lucy Aiken . THE FIVE SENSES . 1 . In my boyhood one of my playmates became angry with me and attempted to give me a box on my eurs , but I raised my band and headed It off , w...
Page 25 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 8 February 1896
Bubbles or Medals . Bestsarsaparillas . When you ^ i think of it how contradictory that i term is . For there can be only on © i best in anything — one best sarsaparilla , as there is one highest mountain , one longest river , one deepest ocean . And that best sarsaparilla is 1 ? .... Theres the rub I You , i can measure mountain height and t ocean depth , but how test sarsapai rilla ? You could if you were chem- | 1 ists . But then do you need to test it ? C 1 1 The World s Fair Committee tested ( I it , —and thoroughly . They went behindthelabelonthebottle . What 1 did this sarsaparilla test result in ? Every make of sarsaparilla shut out of the Fair except Ayer s . So it was that Ayer s was the only sarsapa- , ¦ I rilla admitted to the World s Fair . V The committee found i . t the best , v i They had no room for anything that | was not the best . And as the best , V Ayer s Sarsaparilla received the \ * I medal and awards due its merits . Re- I 1 member the word best is a bubble ...
Weekly - Market - Review [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 8 February 1896
Weekly - Market - Review GRJ-IS MARKETS . , Chicago , Feb . 4 , 1890 . Wheat was the mainstay of all the other markets yesterday . It was generally firm and closed at an advance . Early In the session the trend ef prices was downward , May selling off very nearly lc per bu from where lt closed Saturday . There was no especial reason for this weakness , except the advance of over 2 c the previous business day . That advance was rather a rapid one and It was argued tbat there ought naturally-to be a reaction . This was realized to the extent noted above . Then sentiment changed and the price began to move up and did not stop only here and there until lt reached the call price , going from 66 % c for May to 68 % c , and closing at 68 % e , or l % c over Saturday . July In the meantime sold % @ % c under May , closing at 68 c , or % c over the last previous business day . In corn only a moderate bnsiness was transacted . The market opened a little lower than It closed Saturday and then ...
Page 27 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 8 February 1896
IT PAYS TO USB ANGLO-AMERICAN STOCK FOOD . Beware of Imitations . None genuine unless bearing trade-mark . Hare Yoa Hog Choleruf we can and do ears bos cholera . One breeder , after using our goods , says ; 8 end 200 pounds more ; am free from lt now ; want to keep / ortifled . Bend for circula-. a and testimonials , See names prominent breeders new nslng . Anglo-American Stock Food Co ., Chicago . AA % . __ f M- H . FREEMAN &amp; CO . mm n ^ r __ , COMMISSION ¦ # ¦ % ¦ _ B __!_ k 3 r mtmjsno &lt; b _ ftXJ * JL * J % lmT 14-le -E &gt;_ ao __ -0 _ 9 L-arc , OKICAGO . OorrstnoD * 1 * 1 •»« « MMrtemoi _ wU sollalted . Market reports fornished on application . Aiwaya ke mre to mention FABH , MEM ) AXB FIKE 8 IBE when writing AdverttMM SHIP YOUR FARM PRODUCE TO GALLAGHER BROS ., Commission Merchants . 190 SOUTH WATER ST ., CHICAGO , Dealers in Poultry . Eggs , Vaal , Same , Butter , Potatoes , etc . 15 years experience . Biraiumoxs : Hide and Leather National Bank...
IB FARMElfl 1 ^ [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 8 February 1896
IB FARMElfl 1 ^ \&gt; y LEROVARMSTRONG . CHAPTER XlV .- ( Contlnued . ) The meeting convened Thursday , and both Brown and the manager attended It . There was a short explanation from each of them , and then the plan to employ a bookkeeper was proposed . Who will pay for the expert ? demanded Travers .- ¦ I will , said Hollister , promptly . He thought he was doing the fair and manly thing . He thought , Indeed , lt was a little more than they had a right to demand or expect of him . He felt almost heroic for a moment . Well , If you employ him , he will know whose money he ls getting , and how are we to tell whether what he says Is true when he gets done with the books ? There was an Implication in the inquiry tbat did not escape the young man s attention . He waited , however , for some one to come to his rescue . . Haveyou any better plan to suggest ? asked Washington Brown , finally . Is there a bookkeeper on whom you can agree , and whom you can trust ? AU Hollister wan...
Page 29 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 8 February 1896
• CORPUS LEAH ^ s ^ m ABSOLUTELY HARMLESS . ^ jjjjjjfc _ «? &lt; Er i ? S- £ p . TK » £ d SSiS ; laiiyil »»_« • »&gt; ™«» ° F « _• : r t r _ i r „ . w 15 a ___| » , * rl _ stenl . no . l _ u . L . E . Maroh Co . IW | L 1 | on lb . f . tm * r * tucamb , U at on ™ . 9 MpP MIS , HsdUo- Sq ., PhlUda .. P-. ¦¦ »»¦¦¦¦ Sold briUJIIraMclM * ^^^ IP i AN os ! ORGANS ! FREE IAll _ £ STTBIALFOE 30 DAIS INYODttOWNHOM _ l , NO-lO ! lliVUi ;;( JtlUi .: D t JT » W | I 1 &gt; : 1 to pggfejfe ^ i f ] PIANOS-ORGANS FBDM $ 25 . QQ UP I ^ BA I ! wH ^ TEi . lete ji u _ fc _ . cm-it . CAS or EASY I &gt; AYMEXT $ 1 B !| F ^ I | 1 _ F j i : _ j _______^ $ 5 s 3 _ r T « EW souvBitm CATALOGUE S ^ SGA I ^^ j i t ___________» M _ illl- __ W * l _ H _ H ! At . A work ot ar . Ulustrulea In lOiolurK . IV ort n it . w cl Eht KsTOI FROM 5 _ S ] ^ jW &amp; t ^^ S ^ SmM In Hold . We pay charges on it and send it FJtUE , all you OT ^ * JinoifS 1 fl Eft _ Onrinnn iB _ have to dot ...
Current Literature [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 8 February 1896
Current Literature BIRDS . By Mrs . Sanborn -Tenney , Boston : Lee and Shepaid . THB little volume about birds ls tbe second of a series of six volumes of Young Folks * Pictures and Stories of Animals . The pictures are excellent wood cuts and they are so many and the accompanying text so simple and at the same time so instructive , that the little book will be a most useful one for the children . The little folks cannot too early begin the study of nature and the birds are so attractive that they love to hear about them even before they can read . To neglect to encourage this interest is to deprive the child of a life-long pleasure and resource . For to study birds one must come into close contact with woods and meadows , plains and hills , plants and animals , in fact all nature . Mrs . Tenney has done us a favor in putting in this simple and attractive form first lessons In biology . , EUROPE IN AFRICA , IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY . By Elizabeth Wormeley Latimer . Price , $ 2 . 50...
Any Instrument Without a Teacher [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 8 February 1896
Any Instrument Without a Teacher ( EUREKA METHOD ) Winner * Eureka Instruction . Book ! do tor tbe pupil exactly what a teacher would do , aud In an equal length of time . No previous knowledge of music ls required Beginning with the Brat rudiments of the subject , the pupil ls led , step by itep , by means of simple and direct explanations , Illustrations and progressive exercises , to a complete mastery of the Instrument studied . All musloal terms are fully explained , and the hooks are Fully Illustrated . Besides tbe Instruction pages , eaoh volume contains nearly a hundred carefully ohosen pieces for tbe instrument of which lt treats . This alone would cost from MS to 88 , If purchased separately . The Eureka . Books are Intended for pupils living at a distance from the mualo teacher , or for those who cannot conveniently employ one . They are the most popular and successful self Instructors pub listed . In ordering ask for Winner s Eureka Method , and designate tbe Instrument ...