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Garden and Orchard [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896

Garden and Orchard , H * Mulching : f § T T Is the general opinion that by mulch- ; 1 in . heavily around a fruit tree when W the ground is frozen , the flowering , and h consequently the ripening season can be S controlled . Now let us look at the condign tlons necessary for vegetable growth and (* then apply those facts to the case in hand , S > - - says Wallace s Farmer . S * The essential conditions for vegeW , stable growth are a supply of as3 ? similated matter , free oxygen in con- __ • tact with the plant , and a proper n , temperature . In common parlance we _ , * speak of a tree ripening Its wood in r < the fall , which is simply saying that it 3 ^ stores elaborated food , mainly starch , in f Its body for future use . In spring when U the required degree of temperature is F reached , the buds begin to develop by ps . appropriating for their immediate use the IT starch held in store since the preceding t fall . This takes place regardless of _? whethe...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896

YOD CAN BELIEVE The testimonials published In behalf of Hood s Sareaparllla . They are written by honest people , who hare actually found In their own experience that Hood s Sarsaparllln purifies the blood , creates an appetite , strengthens the system and absolutely and permanently cures all diseases caused by impure and deficient blood . HOODS PILLS for the liver and bowels , act promptly , easily aud effectively .

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896

GOOD SEEDS KSs - ™ . . T _ U . T .. T ^ ZL Si FarDl Seeds , Roses , Plants , etc Quality the Best Prices the lowest . SO new varieties Potatoes , retailed at wholesale rates . Address EHTKBFBisn SESD Co . ( Seed Growers ) , Newark . WajneCo . ; N . Y . m al l « j _ l *» ** * lperbu - 800 bu - Pr HI llullUltUU boymlnaTorfrroes say on them and learn all about chufas , to J . P . VIS 8 EBIUG , MelvlUe . Mndlson Co , 111 , A FLOWER GARDEN FOR 25 c . Onr bargain collection of lOpkts . of Choice Flowers contains : Pansy Large German : Oosmos Giant Perfection ; Candytuft Empress ; OalliopslB Gold Wave ; Petunia best mixed ; Sweet Peas Eckfords Large Flowering ; Marigold Legion of Honor : Mignonette Machet ; Phlox GrandlSora ; Zinnia Giant Mammoth . This fins collection contains many novelties , for only 26 cts . tn stamps or silver , worth three times theprice . Oar Handsome OABDEN ANNUAL , FBEE . Write for it . COLES SEED STORE , • PELLA . IOWA . ¦¦¦ f iii iimit iiuuiiiiiiuiiiiuiiinnimiii...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896

Buy Seeds of BURPEE Get the BEST and Save Money ! Write to-day for BURPEES BLUE LIST , —giving Wholesale Prices for Market - Gardeners . Choice YELLOW DANVERS ONION at 75 CENTS PER POUND , — RED WETHERSF 1 ELD at 81 . 00 PER POUND . Have you read BURPEES FARM ANNUAL FOR 1896 ? It is a handsome BOOK of 184 pages . Price 10 cents ( less than cost ) , but mailed FREE to all wfio . intend to purchase Seeds . WRITE TO-DAY ! Do not delay . Address W . ATLEE BURPEE & CO .. PHILADELPHIA , PA . ^_ ¦ ^ ^^ ^_ ^— ^ m . _ __• ____ . We are Largest Northern Growers of BERRY Hr-M ? TR M . A . ___ W * m ¦ * fm \ arm . m ** mm arm E am * _ T »_ THAY « B , ourlfanager , is author of Thayer s Berry Bulletins , now ___ _____ I B ___ ___ ¦ __ L ___ f ___ ¦ I __ L % read by Ore million readers of the leading Agrtcnltaral Papers ¦ n I H n F n n I _ P _ % of United States . Price List and Mr . Thayer s Book , How Biff ¦ UIU ___ ¦ kll III bis ? Berries and Lots of Them are Grown . Free . ¦ - ^ ^...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
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* Farm Animals [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896

* Farm Animals mfi Little Things GREAT results often depend as much on the small details as on the greater Sparta The short small brace in the framej ^ work of a building is as essential as the # two greater beams which it renders more pArm in their place . A score of other minor » parts contribute to make up the complete- ! # ness . and utility of any considerable strucft ~ Inattention to the live stock there is all , most daily call for pew vigilance , on a 5 , breeding farm . A little neglect of the fCfences or gates , and a failure to foresee f . possible trouble from Incomplete construc- % tion of breeding pens for the stock , brings tf ~ an increase in the herds or flocks at an ^ undesirable season . In a word , disaster I ^ Collows a lack of method . _ T An hour of hard thinking and planning ? , * could have saved hundreds of dollars of _ ? loss , if followed by a few hours energetic % work and a trifling outlay for material . ,, Tne right action at the right time is the £ ca...

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Electricity and Horseshoeing [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896

Electricity and Horseshoeing » _ f J & ESBSHOBRS are not permitting Xi f other crafts to get ahead of them In [ the utilization of electricity , the most versatile of energies and powers . They have _ pken to heating their horseshoes by elecOTicity , and the queer part of It is that they Seat the steel and iron under water . pThJs electrical forge can be . put in a water bucket , for it Is only necessary that khe box , tub , bucket or tank holding the liquid be built out of some non-conducting itn ^ rial . f Generally it is a wooden box thirty-one Ubches long , ten inches deep and eighteen pncbea wide . The forge is connected with Hhe . ordinary arc or incandescent light sysSem , and tbe positive terminal enters the [ pox and it attached to a lead plate which ds 1 sunk In the liquid . _ S ~ I . ne solution is composed of water , carpinnate of soda , borax and alum . The neg- ( wVe terminal ends in a bar of metal fll . ¦ about thre ^ quarters of an inch -thick , which res...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
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Artichokes for Hogs [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896

Artichokes for Hogs H ITHERTO the growing of this valuable tuberous-rooted perennial , illustrated herewith , has been almost wholly neglected , and greatly misunderstood . But their great value as a cheap , handy , healthy hog food , has been so thoroughly aired the past three years , in the press of the country , by men who have had practical experience with them , tbat an enormous demand has been created for them . As a hog food they cannot be excelled . A good plan is to plant all your lots with artichokes about May first , when your hogs are turned on pasture . Then when your pasture plays out in the fall—or about September 15 , to October 1 , you will have fine food in your lots for your hogs , where they can root at intervals , whenever the ground is not frozen , until the following May , when they will have received as much benefit from one acre of artichokes as from ten acres of corn . They will also have left enough tubers In your lots to re-seed the ground for the next cr...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
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Questions Answered [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896

Questions Answered We shall try each week to answer in this column : q -estlocs about farm animals if our readers will write them on paper containing no reference to subscriptions or to other departments of tbe paper . —N . Y . Danceger : We think it would pay to dehorn a bunch of high grade yearling steers . —D . G . Craig , Southern Illinois : The article Artichokes for Hogs , printed this week will answer your question about artichokes . —Charles Kolpln , Indian Territory : We do not think . a farmer has conveniences that Justify him to try to tan hides for leather . The results are not satisfactory . -John S . Stirnweis , Boyd , Oregon , can furnish artichoke seed at three cents per pound on board cars at The Dalles , Oregon . Buyer to pay freight or express . . —Mrs . 0 . W . Davenport , Chicago : The best posted man on Angora goats that we . know is Mr . J . O . Bill , Lyme , Conn . If you write him he can either give you or put you In the way of getting what information is to...

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Notes [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896

Notes —Give the brood mares some exorcise . —Give tho young pigs a warm , dry bed . -A warm stable should be provided for the young bosses coming in nowadays . A chill in the first few days of a calf s life gives a poor start for a successful life . —A little grain fed to young growing stock will give big returns . Oats or bran are better than corn , yet we would feed a little of the latter if we had it and did not have oats or bran . —The article on Artichokes for Hogs in these columns , by J . P . Vissering , Melville , Illinois , at Our request will answer a number of inquiries we have received recently . —The Sevenhart Co ., 175 Dearborn St , Chicago , advertise the best sort of sharpener for the farmers disc . They also offer stockmen the excellent Wilson stock waterer , that is automatic and adapted to therequirements of all kinds of live stock . They should be consulted for particulars . —Reports from northwest Nebraska indicate unusual activity among the cattle rustlers ln t...

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896

n . FnRD DOWN SHEEP ^ f e ^ ae ^ *•!? :,: «• White pi ™ StnrJ ) 0-. IflgM Bralii- » and FEEoTITl-LS cjrjr . ffasa . g . rain . Conical ¦ m » l ^ nto _ S rs l _|__ . entire departure from allot * * mlllaV Mgnteet r _ nnln _ , atrong- « Stanfl « andle . tm _ de . T » rwalMat • J to M SI 8 , 8 to U h . Pa . . 0 8 * %£ S ^_ lffilKnK £ S « M ^ . ^ . B 0 ^ 8 Hf s a . »» Bwd .. rt .. FRENCH BUHRHILLSa ^ __ sires and styles . Uverr mUi warranteXjMMT ^ For All Kinds ol Grinding . ___ gs «< _ 9 ^ Ba ^ H tr ^ ooToTm ^* jkwLVmW and sample meal FREE . - ___?^^ ____ B ________ I ill kind , mill muktisry . new _ ¦ _________ ¦[ |^^ M -llUhnllt . roll . rorbaliriy « tcal . , r ^^ M __ MMI lto-J | Bedoced Prices for 96 . ||^^__ 9 ^ f | ESBSK N 0 RDYKE k MARMON CO ., - KMHftlPVa * 6 Day street , Indianapolis , ina . No . 3 PRIZEFEED MILL OVER 30 , OOOINUSE . flj ^ jvjSE ?) All Iron and Steel . Automatic ^ ¦ ¦ ^ v Shake Feed . Perfect Ad- J ___ Kf l * iustable Feed Slide . * = s !**** l 3 nW...

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896

H . , STEKETEES I M 8 Hog Cholera Cure IM **** .: ¦/;¦ I ^ J | s fKn 8 XJE *^ ^ a ___> ^ 8 1 U Greatest discovery known for the cure of I 1 fPINWORMSf fl IN HORSES 5 S What People Say of Steketeet Hog Clwlm Ctm . fi J > M . M . JOHNSON , Lehigh , Neb .: I gav # Stek- < /* fietoe sHogCholeraCareto my siok hogs . It put M & V a move to the worms , and the pigs soon began to g . - M (<_ eat and grow fat . H Jm y F . J . HOLDBBMAN , Morris , m ., after havingJf VS . U used one package , writes : Send me two hun-M is ; *_! dredpounds . . ¦ FC * 3 $ |__ W . W . S TAMBATJOH , Knnkle , O . i I used yonr El tdw IS ! Hog Cholera Cure for worms ln horses . Itf-f __ *{ f _ fetched the worms out of the hones a flying . _| -3 __ i jj PrloeW » oattbednigstores , 60 ohymaU . Address 1 # & U G . 0 . STEKETEE , GRAND RAPIDS , MICH . H f > Biz paokagBB for 13 . 00 , and pay roar own ex- _ k - - » M press . Cut this ont and ...

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Practical Dairying [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896

Practical Dairying # . Errors in Butter Making hf * TO make gilt-edged butter it is absolutely §** I necessary to watch the souring of * the cream and to churn as soon as possible V after the cream thickens and becomes disl tlnctly sour , says Walter Thorp ln the ? Irish Farming World . It is better to err £ on the sweet side If in doubt , for although > f ^ good butter may frequently be made from % over-ripe cream if it be churned slowly at ffc a low temperature and very thoroughly * * washed while in a fine granular condition , i It is not always possible to churn at a low C - temperature , and to overchum cream t which is too sour means either to lose s money on the butter or to disappoint the $ customer who buys it . The loss in churnrl ing sweet cream depends upon the thickt ness of the cream , and decreases as the * thickness of the cream increases . It ls possible to avoid loss almost entirely ln churning sweet cream by skimming the & cream as thick as ...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
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Never Too Late [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896

Never Too Late PREMATURE OLD AGE MADE IMPOSSIBLE . A LIFE-TIME HABIT EASILY BROKEN . —ITS . EASY IF YOU ONLY TAKE THE BIGHT BOAD . ( From The Press , Everett , Pa . ) A number of our great and most inveterate tobacco smokers and CUDT - ers have quit thiuse of the filthy weed . The reform was started by Aaron Gorber , who was a confirmed slave for many years to the use of tobacco . He tried the use of No-To-Bac , and to his great surprise and delight , it cured him . Hon . C . W . Ashcoin , who had been smoking for sixty years , tried No-To-Bac and itcured him . Col . Samuel Stoutener , who would eat up tobacco like a cow eats hay , tried this wonderful remedy , and even Samuel , after all his years of slavery , lost the desire . J . 0 . Gobler , Leasing Evans , Frank Dell , Geo . B . May , 0 . 0 . Sklllington , Hanson Boblnett , Frank Hershberger , John Shinn and othershave since tried No-To-Bac , and in every case they report , not only a cure of the tobacco habit , but a wonderful...

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Veterinary [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896

Veterinary » . h « ™ veral departments of this paper are for the Tb 2 n ^ Mnvenienco of Its subscribersi exclusively v ° t iiffi ? advice in this oolumn will please siate Wnnesuin ! frialnly and concisely and upon paper A-rSSi no reierence to subscriptions or to other deM l „ ° r ;? lof the paper . In relation to diseases and allP , rt r ^ l « stookVlt is necessary that we be exactly tnenta of lire * _ f l vtoBa BB observed , else It win be informed of * M . sjmpw prescribe for the ° _ . ° w « cann answer vXlnary inquiries ! by mall . ffia JTlthe regular veterinary fee ) is Inclosed . , KIDNEY WORM . —Is there any cnre for kidney worm in hogst-Jas . Cruicksbank , Texas . -Aftere this worm is once seated ln the kidney there can be no practical remedy applied . This parasite belongs to the genus strongylus and its scientific name is stephanurns dentatus . STRINGY MILK . —A cow gives stringy milk out of one of her teats .. She appears well , looks well and eats well . I believe some fo...

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¦ i BEATS THEM' ALL [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896

¦ i BEATS THEM ALL -nars saying a good deal , but that la what people say unsolicited . - . „ _ M SOTO , Mo . •« o . < t 8 ™??? ra : So-d fa three more packages of Bteketee s Hot-Cholera Cure . Have used it be2 ? W _^_ Pleased-, wlth the remits . Have used 9 . ner Unds but yours beats them aU . So says 3 . a . eisher , of De Soto . Every farmer should have * paoka _» on hand ready for use . This powder ls uu used for general disability In all animals . For further particulars read Bteketee s ad . In this paper .

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896

Vunuimummnimiuminiiiiiiiiiniuiniiniininiuinaiiiinc | MOSELEYS ( OCCIDENT CREAMERY S POS TWO Ol ? MORE COWS . I PERFECT CREAM SEPARATOR . = SEND FOR OIRCULARS . s MOSEIEY _ IR 1 TCH 1 RD HFG . CO ., eUHTOJ . IOWA . § a » » uumiiiiinuniiuiiiiuiiiiiiiiniuuiuuiiniiinuiuiiniiiiS i Success in the Dairy Ith iasuretofbllowtheuaeofour •* 5 I POLAR CREAMERY S f tu ., 7 emu , » reliable agents everywhere . _ •^ W^^ SSjil Please mention the Farm . Field and Fireside .

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