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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886
We desire to call attention to our grand COMBINATION AUCTION SALE , To be Held at Des Moines , Iowa , April 2 7 OFi— HEREFORD STOCK , Including imported and native thoroughbred Com HeUers and ^ ls : also will be included about m grade yearlings , bulls and heifers . Contribution T frZ some of the most famous herds in the rountryha ™ been promised , and others respectfully soliclSs . Z shoutfberereivednot la ^^^^ catalogued . Entries of grades can be made or sffid up to April 24 , by sending particulars to the auctiffira , BENNETT , BOYD &amp; CO . who wiU esteem it a favor . Every accommodation foi stock consigned for sale . Sale to be held at our barn 311 and 313 TDooust St , at 1 : 30 o clock sharp . This ffi theHrstpublio mle of Thoroughbred Herefordl cSS . ever held in Des Moines or neighborhood , the auctioneera will spare neither time nor expense to make it a mand success . Terms will be announced on the day of sale For terms and particulars write to or call an the Ann...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886
The Iniquity of Adulteration . Col Robt . M . Littler , as Secretary of the National Bntter , Cheese and Egg Association , has addressed an open letter to the Committee on Agriculture of the House of Representatives of the Congress of the United States . It is supposed to embody the names of the association he represents , in relation to the manufacture of fraudulent , fictitious and counterfeit butter and adulteration thereof . Col . Littler shows the iniquity of the fraud : That it is sold to innocent purchasers as real butter : that the manufactures are not honest imitations of butter ; that its free and unobstructed sale has brought disaster upon the dairy interests of the country , and especially that of the West and Northwest ; that the depression reaches every farmer in the country who produces milk for manufacture ; that the stock interests are suffering severely . These are some of the salient points . The concluding paragraphs of the address are as follows : The stock indu...
VETERINARY . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886
VETERINARY . The several departments of the FARM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN are for the use and convenience of its patrons . Subscribers wishing advice will please state their questions plainly and concisely . In relation to diseases and ailments of live stock , it is necessary that we be informed fully of the symptoms as observed , else t will be impossible to fully understand and prescribe or the case . Kidney Worms . —H . T . Z ., Chipley , Ga .: The symptoms described are those of kidney worms . We advise that the sow be fattened . Tumor on Knee . —R . C . D „ Cleveland , Neb .: The difficulty would seem to be a bony tumor of considerable standing . Hence it should be seen by a competent veterinary surgeon , with a view to cutting it out . Since- it gives the horse little trouble , we advise to let it alone , unless a surgeon can see it . Swelled Iaeg . —A . W ., St . Joseph , Mich .: The swelling arises from the presence of serum or water in the cellular tissue . A simple and good to...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886
B Raises ail the Cream between the mllkings . Saves % the labor . Increases yield of butter ; improves quality ; quadruples value of skim milk . Will pay for itself twice or more every season . Cooley System is the only uniform dairy method in existence . Send for Circular , free , to JOHN BOYD , ManPr , 199 Lake St ., Chicago . BATCHELLER BARREL CHURN . THE CHEAPEST A _ MM _ HORSE P 0 Wand best . No iron ^^^^ H ^ erB nn * - ^ S Fow rim In top for but- _^^^^ Ht . ers - 0 ne Chum ter or cream to ad- tHHPgfn * or Horse Po * vcr here to . All sizes IH ^^&amp; Rll sold at wholesale made up to 300 H ^^^ aW | l , ric 0 wnera we gallons . Lever IBssl ^ Bgl have no agents , and roller butter [^ BB SB IM A g 00 dF wnl ° workers . j ________ __ VKnteijas repreWe also makeA ^ HB ^ BjEaf ^ HUented . Box Churns ior AMmmMWl ^^ a \ Sentl * or crcl *~ CreamerieS . SHtaaaSSSWaaaaaaaaaa ^ ^ lars . H . F . Bntchellci * &amp; Son , Box E , Bock Falls , IU . THE GRAND RAPIDS HERD . Holst...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886
CREAM GATHERING . A full description of this system of butter making , together with illustrations and descriptions of cream gathering cans , refrigerator and hauling cans , plans for creameries , and other information of great value to any one about to start butter making on the cream gathering system , or desiring to make a change from the present system of dairying , will be sent free upon application to Chas . P . Willard &amp; Co ., 280 Michigan st . , Chicago , IU . SH . WILSON , Pleasant Grove , Des Moines • Co ., Iowa . Breeder of Poland-China Hogs . All stock registered In the A . P . C . Record . EE . PALMER , Springfield , Wis . Breeder of . Chester White Swine . Recorded in A . 0 . W . Beoord . Choice stock at fair prices . Order early . M HEBBI , ETHVVAI 1 r E , BcrHnvilIe , ErieCo .. O . • Breeder of registered Berkshire swine and Southdownsheep . First-classstock . all ages , both sexes , for sale . BAHUTGE BROS ., Winfleld . Knn . Breeders of Large English Be...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886
Feed Chicks Often . Frequent feeding is necessary , as the young chick grows rapidly , and becomes weak on changing the down to feathers unless well supplied often , and with a variety of food . Avoid dampness , keep them warm , and do not allow their coops or runs to become filthy or gapes and lice will be sure to find a place among them for propagation . The Whitewash Brush . The most important utensil for the use of the poultryman in summer is the whitewash brush , and it should be kept in use early and often . It gives the coops an air of brightness and comfort , disinfects the quarters , and Wards off disease and vermiri . The use of whitewash is a cheap mode of saving labor , as it purifies all the surroundings , especially if sprinkled freely over the yards also . Keeping Eggs for Higher Prices . Do not attempt to buy eggs for the purpose of preserving them , as very often a single stale egg will spoil the whole lot . If you wish to keep the eggs until well into the winter do...
APIARY . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886
APIARY . Swarming . The supposition that when bees are swarming the new or young bees are being driven off by the old members is a mistaken one . The old colony , with their queen , leaves the hive to a new and younger queon , and give up all their comb and honey , also , taking to a fresh location wherever it can be found . If the old queen can be captured as soon as she alights with the swarm , which clusters closely around her , the old colony may be easily transferred to another hive , but should the bees be left to themselves until they select a permanent home they will not be so easily managed . As soon as they have determined to adopt the new hive as their future home the beekeeper may save them time and labor by preparing the hive with such artificial adjuncts as may be necessary for their assistance . Beginning a Comb Foundation . If the bees are assisted with a small beginning of comb as a foundation , it will greatly lessen their labor , and afford the bee keeper an oppor...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886
w *? = ^««- * asaa * lar , free . Mrs . M . E . ^ TLN ° Greete ° ? , g- EGGS from 15 varieties jowls of the heat arfwT ~ T ~ $ ltotl . 50 forl 3 . Z . 1 Haisa ^ agg- ft ai E 0 , ?*^ from . seven varieties of Land and War « r arm ,. Stook No . 1 . Satisfaction jgu-iMnteca ri ™? 8 free . T . H . NORMAN ; PSlSm . KT ? BUFF COCHINS EXCLUSIVELY : Eggs » 1 . 2 o per 13 . J . D . HESS , Grlgggy || i e . IU , EGGS FOR HATCHING . Mammoth Tw . ~ Turkey , $ 4 per 12 . Plymouth Bock 7 ™ S Serii Brown Leghorn , $ 1 . 50 per ft . Brown Lwto ™ dL &amp; from Bonney . MR &amp; S . J . BROWN , fiod-Tiow ^ MAMMOTH BRONZE TURKEY EGGS For sale ,-from good large stock . Purity of stook iraaran teed . MRS . J . F . FIJI / TON . PEXEBSBnnn T „
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886
ITITANTED ^! BY COLTOBIA CO . POTOTRY YARDS , the address of all who desire toe poultry . Sena ns your address and receive onr flne Catalogue for 1886 DB . W . A . 0 TOTIS , Rib , Wis . rnno I FOB HATCHING FROM PLYMOTTTW bbUO ! ? c 0 k \ Wy ™? ° !* e 8 m . DomiSS a-WMVi Langshanm ^ Lt . Brahmas , ao . and fi . &lt;? Jm , Brown Leghorns , PeHn and Rouen Ducka and Toulouse Geese . Circulars free . ^ H . D . li a . aTENNINGS , Rio , Win I WANT A WIFE In each farmer s family to send me $ 2 . 50 and get 50 Plymouth Book eggs warranted pure and fine . Five years a breeder . Also Guinea Eggs , $ 1 per 13 . B . G . CRIST , New Market Ind . EGGS FOR HATCHING i ™ S WYANDOTTES and LIGHT BRAHIKAS , $ 2 per 19 , $ 3 . 50 per 30 , and a valuable book FREE I Strictly pure-teed . high-scoring stock guaranteed . K . COATES , Norwood Park , Cook Co ., BI . aJflKGrind j ? our own Bon 9 » itafflLKi . 1 „ . 4 f * - ! t Or- - Shells . —AmmMMMj ^ tBrtt All A . BC Flour and Corn . fBBjBjEI jninthej...
MISCELLANEOUS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886
MISCELLANEOUS . Florida vs . Mississippi . Noticing inquiries in the F ARM F IELD » WD S TOCKMAN in regard to the lands in Florida , and having spent nearly a year there , I g ive you . my experience . I settled ! H &gt; my business in Louisiana and reached Tallahassee the 6 th of February , 1884 I stayed there two or three days and tried to get carpenter work to do , hut I could not get employment at any • nrice I then went out on Lake Jackson ; there I got work at $ 1 per day and paid $ 16 per month board . I found that section of the country suitable for cotton , corn , potatoes , and almost everything we raise in Louisiana and Mississippi . T he orange trees had been killed out and there were very few if any bearing trees in that section , p lenty of pear trees but no peach trees . I think that section of Florida by far the most desirable that I saw during my six weeks stay . Then I went to Ocala and stopped one week , and then went to Wildwood , and from there to Brooks...
Letters and Answers . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886
Letters and Answers . A Good Firm . —G . E . W ., Highland , N . Y .: Yes . Peter Henderson &amp; Co . are lully reliable . One of the best known firms In the United States . Advance Courier . —We cannot recommend the paper bearing the above name or the scheme they are advertising , we will say to our Boston , Mass ., correspondent . They Can Do It . -P . B . C . Flint , Mich .: Yes , we think Summers , Morrison &lt; fc Co . can make sales as they state , subject , of course , to temporary fluctuations in the market . Is He Responsible?—Please inform me In the STOCKMaUf If Frank Finch , of Clyde , New York , is a responsible party . I have sent money for seeds several times and never heard from it . - £ . 5 . ff . — ¦ Will some one who knows answer ? Draining a Cellar . —H . C . M ., Griswold , Iowa : When the fall is only twelve Inches in 200 feet to the outlet , let the slope be regular thereto , less , say , three inches to provide for possible backing up of water...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886
HOW CAN Y 0 U HPECT TO HIP ww wn » fee | well and enjoy life when you go about with a hacking cough ? More substantial benefits can be obtained from a fifty-cent bottle of DR . BIQELOW S POSITIVE CURE than a dollar bottle of any other cough remedy . It is a prompt , safe , and pleasant cure for all Throat and Lung Troubles . Sold and indorsed by Druggists . WAMTB n An active Man or Woman in **¦¦ I aaaaaaaaaaa * every COIinty to sell OPr goods . Salary $ 5 per Month and Expenses . Canvassing outfit and particulars FREE . STANDARD SILVER-WARE CO ., Boston , Mass .
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886
a life time on Steep or Flat roofs . Bendy for use . Any . tody can apply it . Illustrated book Free if you mention this paper . Write at once to 143 Duane St ., W . Y . City . INDIANA . PAINT AND ROOFING . CO .. GROUIHAKE Extra Vine for Use with Cut Bay . Also LIQUID COTTAGE COLORS . A genuine Bf-ady Mixed Faint , in 70 beautiful Shades . The Best House Faint made . SMANUFAOTUBED BYCHICAGO WHITE LUD AND OIL CO ,. Cor . Green and Fulton Sts ., Chicago , III . All goods warranted to give satisfaction . Orders solicited . Jjj i jjjjjjj fi w — J- -,-j-j - j- j - ---- , a - a atWm ^ A . CHALLENGE iJWBmMh-SSlmm WIilD MILLS never bloir J iKHSaWI &gt; - € fs = g down , a record no other ; l ilf ?] i | ^ ¦ g &lt; Hmin can show . Sent on SO ¦ Wkw llll daystrial . Also feed grind- J I r T era shellers , pumps , etc . I } WmMWHT Agents wanted . Catalogues 1 vMD / iw * ree * CHALLENGE WIND I I fiORui MILL AHD FEED MILI , CO ., j I lc = 3 St ** -a . Batavia , Kane Co ., 111 . | E...
Our Seed Offer . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886
Our Seed Offer . We have now sent out tens of thousands of packages of , as we believe , improved varieties of seed of various kinds to our readers for trial . Many of these varieties have never before been introduced into this country , and are sent out for experiment . We hope each reader will give them a careful trial , and report to ns his success next fall . These seeds , twenty packets to each , have been sent out entirely free to our subscribers , the only condition being that they pay us the full yearly subscription price of the paper . We have plenty left yet for all new comers . Please make this fact known to your friends , and have them subscribe before it is too late for the seeds to be of value this year . LEGAL TENDER CORN . We have a lot of this very valuablenew variety left from our seed distribution . We will send twenty selected ears by express , or one pound shelled by mail , to any one who will subscribe himself or send us a new subscriber . This offer is good so...
FARM, FIELD AND STOCKMAN , [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886
FARM, FIELD AND STOCKMAN , Published Weekly . Subscription Price . $ 1 . 50 per year , in advance , V mdudingom Free Seed Distribution to each subscriber Single numbers , Ave cents . Subscriptions may be sent direct to the office , or given to any Postmaster or Subscription Agent . Changes . —Subscribers wishing to change their Port office address most send then * former aa well a * the address to which they wish their paper sent . Remittancesa Money may be sent at our risk by postal note , money order , express order , hi a registered letter , or by draft payable in New York or Chicago , or by express . Advertising Rateta — Standard of measure , agate type , ll lines to the Inch . On contracts amounting to less thaia 100 agate lines , 50 cents per line ; 100 lines or over , to be used within one year , 47 &amp; cents per line ; 250 lines , 45 cents per line ; 500 lines or over as above , 40 cents per line ; 750 lines or over , 37 ^ aj cents per line ; 1 , 000 lines or over ...
Meeting of the National Co-operative Club . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886
Meeting of the National Co-operative Club . As previously announced a meeting of the members of the Co-operative Club was held at its office , Boom 20 , 158 Washington street , April 10 . Among other business of importance officers were elected for the present year as follows : BOARD OF DIRECTOBS . Charles H . Howard , Glencoe , 111 . ; James W . Wilson . Austin , 111 . ; H . V . Beed , Norwood Park , 111 . ; Arthur H . Day , Glencoe , 111 . ; Lydia J . Cad well , Chicago . President , H . V . Reed ; Vice-President , f : hur H . Day ; Secretary and Lady nager , Mrs . Sarah E . Clinton , lately of ntonville , Wis . ; Treasurer and General nager , Capt . J . I . Wilson , lately of Farmington , III . A constitution was adopted providing not only for the operations of the central organization as a co-operative purchasing agency , but also for branch Co-operative Clubs . We quote one or two Articles : ARTICLE I . —OBJECT . SECTION 1 . The object of this organization shall be to encourage...