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Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 15 February 1896
GINSENG CULTURE . A orop worth 110 , 000 per aore . A book giving ill Information about how to grow it , price Wo . per eopy . S . Js . -HBBWSBirilT , Sherman , Tout . MICHIOJLN STEW J-ABTD SEED POTATOES . The Bent lOO -Varieties ut SI . SO i . Barrel . Early Michigan , best extra early . If you send me five or more names of potato growers I will mall you free one tuber of Carman , No . 3 , also my 40-page catalogue and book . Potato Culture in a Nutshell . HAKKT Jf . IIAMMOXJ ., Seed-man , Decutur , Mich . WHITE SCH 0 NEN OATS Prof . W . A . Henry , of Wis . K . Station , ln 1887 . Bulletin 16 , says : For productiveness , -titfne . s of straw and thinness of hull the White Schonen stands at the head of the list . In a letter dated Deo . 28 , 1895 . Prof . Henry says : The White gehonen have no superior . Write for circulars to J . X .. ALBERT , West Paw Paw , Illinois . MISSOURI APPLES Always Find a Ready Market in Chicago . El . ht . -acre fruit farm ln the apple belt of Southwes...
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^^ J [ - myens- ^ -ree-vnm , , - | j-y ^™ ™™/ | _ j ^ liTI .,. n . . a _^ J—Wj j &gt;«_/; Repose By H . L . F . When Eve her purple twilight flings O er cliff and turret , vale and rill Tbe wearied blrdling folds her wings And on her chosen bough ls still . No more the notes that hailed the morn Are heard amid the silent glade ; The gentle songster , weak and worn , Has sought tbe forests quiet shade . There , brooding o er the day Just past . Night finds her free from every care , And darkness , gathering thick and fast . Awakes In her nor gloom , nor fear . Thus , when tbe shaded evening hours Steal softly on Life s well-spent dny ; The world-worn spirit seeks tbe bowers Of Peace , remote from noise away—The scenes all filled with toll and cure . Where erst it dwelt have ceased to lure ; The baunts of Pleasure , once so dear , Can charm the thoughtful mind no more . Night with her stealthy tread comes on Unfeared , for Faith her trust has given ; Tbe struggling heart a boo...
HAVE YOU CATARRH ? [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 15 February 1896
HAVE YOU CATARRH ? There ls one remedy you can try without danger or humhup . Send to H . Q . ( olman , Chemist , Kalamazoo , Mich ., for a trial package of bis catarrh cure . His only mode of advertising ls by giving it away . Postage 4 cents . Judge for yourself . Mention this paper . —Salesman— Do you want to have your goods sent by any particular express ? Customer— Certainly , if you can find a particular express . I cant . —Roxbury Gazette .
Grant a Relative of Davis [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 15 February 1896
Grant a Relative of Davis IN this era of reconciliation , really begun by General Grant , in bis generous dealing witb tbe confederate armies at the time of the surrender and bis subsequent kind words for tbe South , tbe following from the Xew York Times is of exceptional Interest : A writer in tbe Baltimore Herald bas discovered what he regards as proof that Grant and Jefferson Davis were relatives . A rumor to that effect , he says , was current in the West during the rebellion , but he bad always regarded it as unfounded until a few days ago , when , in examining some old family records , be found convincing evidence that the two men were descendants , on the mother s side in each case , of a common ancestor . Hannah Grant , wife of Jesse Boot Grant , tbe General s father , was a Simpson . Her father , John Simpson , was a farmer who , before he removed to Ohio , lived in Montgomery county , twenty miles from Philadelphia . | His father , in turn , was William Simpson , wbo is su...
A Cuban Romance [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 15 February 1896
A Cuban Romance The day of chivalry and romance is not past , as evidenced by this tale from Cuba : Two political prisoners were married In Morro Castle not long since , the officials of the prison consenting and lending their aid . The man was Don Antonio de la Caridad Lopez Coloma and the woman was Senorita Amparo Orbe y del Valle . Don Antonio was a chief of the Insurgents . He was captured by the Spaniards last February . In his company was found a young woman dressed as a boy . She was the Senorita del Valle . The two had been affianced . When Don Antonio left his home to join the rebels the Senorita , rather than be separated from him , assumed this disguise and enlisted in his troop . t It is not stated whether her lover knew of her enterprise and encouraged her in it or not ; but , for the sake of the romance , it ls to be hoped be first discovered her identity after they were both captured . Now they are married and the Spanish officials will carry the romance further by ba...
Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 15 February 1896
Jt is Known By Its Cures It Is not what we say , but what Hood s Sarsaparilla does , that tells the story of its merit . The thousands of people whom it has wised from disease and despair to happiness and health , are the strongest and best advertisements Hood s Sarsaparilla has . No other preparation in existence has such a record of wonderful cures . This is why Hood s Sarsaparilla has the largest sale , and requires for its production the largest laboratory in the world . Now if you need a good medicine , why not try that which has done others so much good . Remember Hood s Sarsaparilla Is the Only True Blood Purifier Prominently in th . public eye . fl ; six tor tS __ r _ it r _ : i . „ act harmoniously with HOOd S PHIS Hood s Sarsaparilla . 26 c . has never own mailed lor tne instant relief ot Catarrh . Cold in the Head and Headache . Cures Deafness , restores lost sense ot smell . Sixty years on the market . All Druggists sell lt . 26 c per bottle . • F . O . KEITH , atrr .. C...
Page 21 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 15 February 1896
1 ___ . / i I# /* % I1 M/ AY ** IiXfMCi ¦ # ¦ H_ ff __ P% PIIML- % vs m m m MMLW % . _) 2 * % Is all the time you need in which &amp; * !| to do your cleaning if you use Gold j £ Dust Washing Powder . With this I famous preparation the housewife | t % can also count on saving half her % $ | labor as well as half the expense % I required when soap was used . gj GOLD DUSTj | Washing Powder | _ i is to the farmer s wife what the % T . __ % mowing machine , the seed drill and ^ 1 other labor saving inventions are to ^ the fanner . Will you accept its | t help ? Sold everywhere in large | j | packages , price 25 cents . | % 11 GOLD DUST WASHING POWDER has a Jl U an additional value to the farmer for g % II destroying insects . Send us your name SJ *&amp; II and address and we will mail you an W lg I Important booklet containing recipes g * S II for making kerosene emulsions , for 9 »| H spraylngcropsandtreesandllvestock . gl i THB N . K . FAIRBANK CO ., If Chicago , St . ...
Practical Housekeeping [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 15 February 1896
Practical Housekeeping Mrs . Rorer on Diet IN the course of one of her lectures on food and cooking , Mrs . Borer said that to eat pickles shows a lack of education as to what constitutes healthful foods . Cooked apples , said she , are more easily digested than the raw , but are not so valuable from a health standpoint . The sugar of nature is in fruit ; man s sugar will create more destruction than a mad dog . Oatmeal isa valuable food If cooked for three hours and well masticated . All starchy food must be cooked for hours . Buckwheat cakes are an abomination unto the Lord . Cabbage and onions if rightly cooked have no odor . When there is odor they are ruined as food . To cook them rightly put them into water that is almost to the boiling point . Will cook in less time in water at 200 degrees than at 240 . The ladies sitting near reminded her that she was largely responsible for the Indigestible things they put on their tables , as they all kept house by her cook bookwhen she re...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 15 February 1896
-There Is more catnrrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together , ami until the last few years was supposed to be incurable . For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease , and prescribed local remedies , nnd by constantly failing to cure with • al treatment , pronounced it Incurable . • icnee has proven catarrh to be a constitutional illsease , and therefore requires constitutional hv P lCn t - Hall s Cnt «™ -h Cure , manufactured . f . J . Cheney &amp; Co ., Toledo , Ohio , is the only onstittitlonal cure on the market . It Is taken ernnlly in ( loses from 10 dr . pB t _ . tenspoon . • J nets directly on the blood and mucous • iirrnces of the system . They offer one hundred ¦ oiiars for any case it fails to cure . Send for oruibirs and testimonials . Address , („_ • J - CHENEY &amp; CO ., TOLEDO , OHIO . • So ( I by riniggists , 75 c .
A NEVER FAILING REMEDY . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 15 February 1896
A NEVER FAILING REMEDY . « sVa e JO pS , JT 1 • - ^ ?^ J . 5 _ 0 , Mo ^ back . Mich . &amp; . Have S-M Jju Het rtS ** ? . H &lt;* Cholera Cu ™ UoriHwan _ 8 , w _ a , „ 0 P , ! „ £ ^? le , a Cure lor Worms In milng remedv Sf , . ? m _ onle y . ears and tound anever omacb dfcortera ff ® ent »&gt;» of worms , and all fw ^ H _ S M c _ o - 5 _! r rSSf i d 0 J armere neea thatstek- » anlmaS . Itead « . «?_?_! lhe *? thia * * ° r worms »«• Head Steketee s regular ad In this paper .
Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 15 February 1896
_ , You Dye InSaJfisSS 30 minutes £ e &amp; 3 cotton wont wash , boil or freeze out—all others will . Carpets , dresses , capes ami clothing of all kinds made to look like new . No failnres with Tonk s dyes ; soy one can use There . Send sOe . ler 6 pkgs . or 10 e . for one—any flolor . Big pay to agents . Apply now and mention thli paper FRENCH DVC CO ., Vawiar , Mich . Daniels Antiseptic FOR THE CURE OP Lung , Throat , Stomach Kidney ««&lt;, Skin Troubles . Write for Pamphlet . Sellable Agents Wanted . DANIELS ANTISEPTIC AND FUMIGATING CO , 508 Inter Ocean Building , Chicago . BREAKFAST-SUPPER EPPSS GRATEFUL-COMFORTING COCOA BOILING WATER OR MILK . . + tAl l it __ L * l l J tll U l _ t t A t t t _[ t &lt; -t * i * * ¦ _ - ?_ -. tt -l Jt * ¦ SPiANOS ! ORGANS ! FREEIlH | Test trial for SO days la your own home . NO MONEY REQUIRED , HBBIL PIANOS-ORGANS FROM $ 25 . oo UP . IMfci Including a Complete Musical Outfit . CASH or EASY P-Y . MENTS . H . WwS . IICUl cn...
If ^ * lOUR YOUNG FDLKSl [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 15 February 1896
If ^ * lOUR YOUNG FDLKSl Not Just Exactly Right How sturdy I would study , said Peggoty Ann , And the work wouldnt be such a grind If somehow , the teacher would let me select , Studies suited exact to my mind . Philosophy , natural , and mental as well , Would come to me easy , I think , For papa says often when he takes down his book , Borne philosophy , now I must drink . Geometry , history , and the languages , too—- • T ls surely but easy to talk . Why , one can converse when She knows all the worda , Ae readily as she can walk . Logic and chemistry , too , I would take . What fun lt would be to fill Jars ! And astronomy—why It s no work at all STo walk out and look up to the stars . Bot reading , writing , and spelling ( you think I I study from morning till 2 eat . So glre such hard studies to such little girls , Do you think Just exactly right ? —Adelbert F . Caldwell . A Pneumatic Boy *»\ X / HAT Is that , asked Neds father , VV looking up from the newspaper , • that you ar...
Puzzle Lore [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 15 February 1896
Puzzle Lore ( Copyrighted . ) For the best list of solutions first received we will give a book entitled The Graftons , or Looking Forward . This ls a story which grown-ups will enjoy quite as much as 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 Feb . 26 . Names of prizewinners and answers to puzzles will appear March 7 . Send answers to Puzzle Department . RHYMING DECAPITATIONS . A man had vainly sought for — Till he looked haggard , bent and ; And every day , as night drew , He fancied that upon his Fell Bounds as ln the years long , When at the fireside every Would gather where the cheerful Dispelled all blues , unrest or The brothers , manly , brave and , And Bisters , to him all ln , With Bong and chat would pass the . Ah ! what a happy life was ! The haggard man would sadly , My Bcor...
Page 25 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 15 February 1896
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR W. L. DOUGLAS * 3 . SHOE aE % JolxUHB If you pay 84 to 86 for shoes , ex- M ^ amine the W . L . Douglas Shoe , and 9 ^ see what a good shoe you can iuy for mr ¦ OVER I OO STYLE S AN D WI D TH S , . ** - &gt; . CONGRESS , BUTTON , Am . Ik and LACE , made In alt _ B ? k __ Jk kinds of the best selected ^ A || B leather by skilled workBfc ffliYl men . We manufacturer In the world . ^^ xE ^ fl None genuine unless name and lAAsI price is stamped on the bottom . \ A \ s \ iA Ask your dealer for our 88 , / SEl Iff 84 , 83 . 50 , 82 . 50 , 88 . 85 Shoes ; estSPf 82 . 50 , 88 and 81 . 75 for boys . faXS / tr A TAKE HO SUBSTITUTE . Kyourdealer / M cannot supply you , send to fac- feSSsJw tory , enclosing price and 36 cents f- ^^ m to pay carriage . State kind , style I JW of toe ( cap or plain ) , size and I JBr width . Our Custom Dept . will fill tmW your order . Send for new lllus- W * Irated Catalogue to Box M . W . L . DOUGLAS , Brockton , Mass . _ M _ am ¦¦_ a...
WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 15 February 1896
WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW GRAIN _ IA _ . _ -1 _ .-S . Chicago , Feb . 11 , 189 U . Yesterday trade and Interest centered lu wheat , which was active and weak , though it ¦ closed with a good share o £ the early decline recovered . Opening figures were -6 % &lt; _ S 6 B % c , sold down to G 5 % c , and closed at 66 J _ c bid . July was V _ S . % c under May , with only limited trading , closed at 66 % c . Some little business in June at May prices . The ca 8 h demand was excellent , somewhere around 200 , 000 bu being sold Some made it 218 , 000 . It is known positively that there were 193 , 000 . The bulk o £ lt was winter to interior millers In various states . The price was 2 @ 2 % c over May when in store and 2 % @ 3 c when f . o . b ., location having something to do with the figures paid . Four cltles- ¦ Chlcago , Minneapolis , Duluth and New Yorkhold 55 . 582 , 000 bu ot the total vislble-66 , 110 ,- O 00 . Last year they held 64 , 075 , 000 of the total of 82 , 326 , 000 b...