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Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896
Mkmm \* tSt TpHE KIND THAT PAYS , the kind that BErBs _ -a _ T «« ^ t I lasts . In painting , labor is three- . MVIM mS , rsh . fourths the cost ; and with Pure White r _ H-ESTooK p . tabMgh Lead and Tinting Colors . more work can be MKSTBIH } ciMta i - done in a g iven time than with inferior ATiAB-io -i materials . It makes — with Pure Linseed BEAMET Oil — the best paint and the kind that lasts . ° * WEW p York To be sm = a of getting EL Pure White Lead . Chicago . SHIPMAS I • • COUIEB i examine the brand ( see list genuine brands ) . MISSOURI ^ ^ it ^\ ny shade or color desired can be easily obREDSEAT . ( tained by using NATIONAL LEAD Co . s brands . jo ^^ vnsiBEos . oo of Pure White Lead and Tinting Colors . Philadelphia . Pamphlet giving valuaole information and card showing samples UOBbEX Qmvehia ° f colors tree - also cards -howOE pictures of twelve houses of different SALEM designs painted in various styles or combinations of shades forwarded Salem , Mass . . upon applicatio...
Poultry and Bees [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896
Poultry and Bees Feeding for Eggs LEGHORN hen , kept busy all day and properly fed , will lay steadily all winter , and I not long ago solved the problem of how to secure an abundance of eggs , says Thos . F . Eigg In Poultry Herald . I once had a pen of ten Rosecomb Brown Leghorns which averaged seven eggs a day all winter . They were given warm and roomy winter quarters , and I do not believe stepped upon snow more than a dozen times all winter , Every night I scattered corn , oats and wheat In litter on the floor . At noon they were fed a warm meal of bran and shorts , scalded and not sloppy . At night they were given all the whole corn they would eat . Twice a week I gave them ground bone and scraps . Grit , lime and . charcoal were constantly before them . Now , as to the result of this method , the fowls came off the roost hungry—they were compelled to go to work immediately ; this they did with a vengeance , searching for the grain beneath the litter . If I had fed them a ful...
Strange [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896
Strange waste of harness and shoe-leather Vacuum Leather Oil is best . Get a can at a harness- or shoe-store , 35 c a half ; pint to $ 1 . 25 a gallon ; book How to Take Care of Leather , and swob , both free ; use enough to find out ; if you don t like it , take the can back and get the whole of your money . Sold only in cans , to make sure of fair dealing ; everywhere—handy cans . Best oil for farm machinery also . If you cant find it , write to VACUUM OIL COMPANY , Rochester , N . Y .
Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896
V /_ NDEAF . I \ . ESS AWH ) and Head Wotoes latUnat . by using ^ Ml wi ^ o ^ rrtCoiB ^ nleiiM &amp; r promt . WtVIl _ J _ w setontlflo lnren _ oni different &gt;_ rrW WW _\ 1 fiSn ^ UotBerdt ^ oea . Theonlysafe , _*^ r . __ vlsiniple 7 comfortable Md Invisible _ % _ - __ l ___ r P Am In the world . Helpajrhere |________ P . medical skill falls . Nowire or string « - ______ r JJSXohment . Write for pamphlet * m ^^ \ W / WI-80 W BAR DRUM CO ., ** it I __»___ . «» Trot ^ , I »« h _ lle , « jf . B » w a ) ml ****** I lUSBroad-sy , BawTork . BKEEPERS aiae D co F P ?| r jaes-B-g aJEffg si-Mc ^ rWa F wr . TTlO . DeKalb , 111 ., Breeder of fti . . Bred PoStrrtF - ™ - « » *«__ L , rt * f ? 1 S * Bernard Bogs . Ulna- Catalogue * Price Mat , 8 c n ¦ lUPCUIIilC Will sell my whole flock . Am Bjj NBSH jgB . ^ g B ° -DA ^ . b -nvr : Minn . Pin PHI T Some ohoiee B . P . Btok Ccckerels at IR -ALL reasonable prloes . • Eggs in season . O - oer early , J . 8 . BTBICKU 1 B , Sterling ,...
Page 17 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896
^ Gfikfi 200 ^ Jiors -mk BONE CUTTER MBB _ WL will pay for Itself In two months . Sent _ H _ is __ N _____ j _______ . on trial . » 6 . 00 BOYS ONE . ¦__^_^_______ K _ T Catalogue free If name thla gaper . M _ £ u ______ P _ HP B * F . W . MANN CO- MMord , Mass . * * WmamT ** mJv please mention the Farm , Field and FlreaW * . jMHIncubatorslBrooders ^ m f ***** mms *&lt; Best In the world , hot water , pipe system , W 1 B |_______ F hatch chick , when oth « ri fall . CeUtammrmf , ^ S-SWtVF sko . BakarIaa . baierCfc . Fnn . rt , IIL D . B . * . SOUCCESSFUI ** INCUBATOR . ¦ ** Onr oatalosne giving information artificial hatching « brooding now dr . Sent for io . stampe . BeilUiair Blltcr Co ., Box 68 , Des Moines , la | H _ yiSLg _ l _ okons Jff £ _ ttE pSKffi EXCELSIOR Incubator ___^ H |^__ BH-ft Stmrte , Perfeet , Bilf-Regulat . ¦^ M ^ ^ WB ) ing . Thousands In aoeoeaaral l ____ 3 __ E _____ I _| IT operation . Lowest prieed Olrealanme . rl U _ nt-c ) eM Ilatcher nade . II 8 ...
& V Farm Economics i . i ... • [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896
&amp; V Farm Economics i . i ... • I Reform Press Convention at j * - . . Dallas , Texas tf - — HB following from our associate edi- £ - 1 tor , reports the doings and the plat- § form adopted by the Reform Press Asso1 &gt; . -elation at its annual meeting : K Dallas , Texas , Feb . 22 , 1896 . __ . My dear General : The enclosed reso- ¦ $ lutions , which were adopted by a rising S- vote without a nay , embody all that S- -the Fifth Annual Convention of the Nasi- tional Reform Press Association has done . I The committee consisted of Frank BurC . S -itt ,- Mississippi , chairman ; Harry Tracy , Xt \ Texas ; Paul Der-Voort , Nebraska ; J . 8 . l &lt; &lt; 3 oxey , Ohio ; George Wagner , Kansas ; J . Ik H . Ferriss , Illinois ; J . S . Bradley , Texas ; &gt; £ li . K . Taylor , Kentucky , and Abe Steini tierger , Kansas . _ , There are one hundred and fifty dele- * gates present Election of officers comes $ tonight , which I believe finishes the...
Combi = nation Force Pump- [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896
Combi = nation Force Pump- The cheapest and best first-class hand force pump in the world . Tube ! wash polished brass . A handy machine for the house , garden or farm . y se ; . vi \ ye windows , buggies , etc ., or sprinkle trees , plants , potato vines , etc . Price 5 js . »• f ( jr offer it by express with this paper one year for the price of pump , fia . oO . twelve subscribers .
PACK YOUR GRIPAND TAKE ATRIP [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896
PACK YOUR GRIPAND TAKE ATRIP netail of the Farm , Field and Fireside s Homeseekers Excursion to California . u Florida and North Carolina QALIFORNIA MARCH 5 th Our next excursion to California goes forward from Chicago March 5 , via the Chicago &amp; Northwestern railway . The full details of the route are given below . This is a most excellent time to see the state . Although the flowers bloom there nprnetuallv at this season when the fruit ttZ fire out in the time of California S Pack your grip and haversack and take this trip . You will never regret having spent the money . DETAILS OF THE EXCURSION . Our train will leave the C . &amp; N . W . depot at Wells and Kinzie streets , Chicago , at 10 : 30 p . m ., via De Kalb at 1205 , Dixon , 1 : 40 a , m . ; Sterling , 2 : 00 ; Morrison , 2 : 24 ; Fulton , 2 : 42 ; Clinton , Iowa , 3 : 00 ; Cedar Rapids , 5 : 30 ; Belle Plaine , 6 : 47 ; Marshalltown , 7 : 57 ; Nevada , 8 : 53 ; Des Moines , 7 : 00 a . m . ; -Mo . Vall...
MORTH CAROLINA " 1 ^ MARCH 10 th . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896
MORTH CAROLINA 1 ^ MARCH 10 th . We have also secured a low rate to North Carolina , being ONE FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP . Our destination will be Mt . Olive . That Is , buy tickets to that point . From there in visiting Chadbourn , where our Sunny South colony is located and other points of interest , we shall be the guests of the Atlantic Coast Lines . A fine program has been laid out which will give the members of our party an opportunity to see many points of interest . Those who accompanied our excursion a year ago to this State know what it means when we say that we guarantee each a good time . Many on that excursion said they never had a better time . THE ROUTE AND RATE . The route selected is via the BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD . From Chicago and St . Louis . The train leaves Chicago at 10 : 15 a . in . from the Polk Street depot , cornuer Polk street and Fifth avenue , via Walkertoii , Ind ., at 12 : 42 p . m ., La Page Junction , 1---55 ; Mllford Junction , 1 : 30 ; Cromwell...
How to Make a Hotbed [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896
How to Make a Hotbed A good deal depends upon the hotbed as to whether good strong early plants of the tomato , cabbage , etc ., are to be had or not It should be located in some sheltered spot with unobstructed southerly exposure . If some building or tight board fence be situated so as to ward off the cold north winds from the bed , it will be favorable . Any old sash wHl answer , so it will not be required to buy the regular hotbed sash for the purpose , if it be desired to save expense . The most convenient width is three to four feet It can be made as long as necessary . The frame is . made of ordinary hemlock boards , the back side being five or six inches higher than the front , so as to give the sash a slant toward the south . The earth is thrown out to the depth of two feet in . the bed and replaced with firmly packed horse manure eighteen inches thick . Over the manure is pljaced six inches of fresh soil . Sods and soil from an old pasture , fine leaf mold , and a little r...
Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896
1896 . . . -I- - YnriR Fri-fld or Neighbor IUUIX WOuld subscribe for this paper if he saw a sample copy . Send us his name . _ « My task in life , said the pastor comnlacently , consists in saving young men . Ah replied the maiden , with a soulful longing , save a good one for me , wont you ? -Life . . siswsasssmsniss ¦ » s as is si si Market Gardeners Recommend i Matthews &amp; New Universal Model Hand • Seeding and Cultivating Implements • Adoxen atyles . 10 ** % ™ f BEST Latest Design .. TT *| _ 1 6 | III ( I Onlr combination One and Two Wheeler mads . . One wheel for seeding insures most finished work . Write f-r circulars and address of nearest supply : depot . , AMES PLOW _ PO , „ _ . Sole . Makers . Boston _ New York . i a m a isi iiiiiiw iwsiinmiiMiiiiilisi LEANSsT fl E L kL HARROW J No Castings to Break , NoWearoutto It . V • Adjustment easiest operated . Save Its cost first sea- J son . Adapted to generalfarm purposes . HAS NO f • EQUAL . Write for proof . V ) • RO...
Page 23 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896
^ fi ^ gg ^^ cKS S djl 700 YOU SEND NO MONEY VJLDl until machine ls received . Six sine . ^_ r Write for elroulars , testimonial * and prices on different sizes dellrnlvP ered at your railroad station , UluU rrelKht prepaid . HARROW THE EMPIRE MFG . CO ., n ft n n u 11 ¦ 34 Blver 8 tp &gt; Rock Fails &gt; - m . (. 0 R1 Nfl ULTURE BT SIJBFACX CITC . TITATIOJ . Is the title of an Instructive treatise we have just lasued . It represents twenty-one years practical experience , and the reeultaolstalaed at alae Mrrerent Experiment Stations showing a net ¦ aln or 18 X per cent . HAILED FREE . Address , J . D . TOWER * BBC , MtnOote , XXL JONES HE PAYS THUS FBEIOHT . * - _ mf Farm and Wagon d _ faBSCALES . United States Standard . - AU Size * and AU Kind * . Not made by a trust or controlled by a combination . For Free Book and Prlee ldst address JOKES OF BINQHAHTOir . Bingham ton . ST . _ ., V . S . A . ____ H _ l _____ i ____________________________________ H _____ (______...
_ Ki ^ HRBfSl- )& - ¦ U5-K& K- ^' -_ rMi [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896
_ Ki ^ HRBfSl- )&amp; - ¦ U5-K&amp; K- ^- _ rMi BANDS OF LIFE . By Mary Morrison . Bands of love , Oh , golden bands ! Binding with your gentle hands Hearts and bands and souls together . One , through bright and sunny weather One , though storm and tempest dark Wildly tosses life s frail bark , Blending in a perfect whole Heart and soul . Bands of silver , duty s bands , One by one add shining strands To the cords that dally bind us . Leave we naught undone behind us . As we meet them , take each one , Gird our lives with duties done . Heaven begun . - Bands of steel are habit s bands , Binding hearts , and binding hands . Fetters growing strong and stronger , As we bear their burdens longer . Drawing tight each baneful fold , Till their colls our lives enfold . Loss untold . Elevate Domestic Service f . DWARD W . BOK , In February Ladles t Home Journal , considers editorially When Work Fits Woman , a text under which he enters emphatic and vigorous protest against ...
The Great German Composers [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896
The Great German Composers GLUCK . CLUCK is , to me , a very Interesting muscial character . Years ago , when a little girl , I read a historclal romance in which Marie Antoinette figured largely , us a girl in her Austrian home and her friend and musical instructor was Gluck , who was thus brought into some prominence in the story ; and even now , as everyone connected with the unfortunate Queen has always interested me , Gluck appears before me with the halo of romance wrapped about him . Ritter Christoph Wilibald von Gluck was the son of a forester in the service , of Prince Lobkowitz . He was born at Weldenwang in the Upper Palatinate , July 2 , 1714 . From early childhood music was a passion . He was educated at the Jesuit College , Kommatau , where he also learned to play the harpslcord , organ and violin ; but he was not satisfied and went to Venice where he could have better masters . Prince Lobkowitz recognizing his talent introduced him to the Italian Prince Melzl who invi...
Page 25 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896
What Shall IDo ? Is the earnest , almost agonizing cry ot . weak , tired , nervous women , and crowded , overworked , struggling men . Slight difficulties , ordinary cares , household work or daily labor , magnify themselves Into . seemingly impassable mountains . This is simply because the nerves us weak , the bodily organs debilitated , aad they do not Take proper nourishment . Feed the nerves , organs and tissues on rich red blood , and how soon the glow of health comes to th * pale cheeks , firmness to the unsteady hand , and strength to the faltering limb . Hood s Sarsaparilla purifies , vitalizes and enriohes the blood and is thus the best friend to unfortunate humanity . Be sure to get Hoods and only Hood s . All druggists . fl ; aixforf &amp; . Hnnrl o Dili-. tte » £ e r-dinn « r P , u ***** tftOOU a flll- t family catharUc . 26 c . p 9 ¥ i ? 7 ? TW SMOKE YOUR MEAT rV / Tfi , ni ^&amp; 3 m rawraog ¦ X-LeiRb uiyR . LrOOT 5 r-ltBBIl . MI--Qrt ^ . ? . f * fnMY H...
Practical Housekeeping Chances for Women [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896
Practical Housekeeping Chances for Women Let no woman despair of earning an honest dollar . There are new fields open every day . The latest moneymaking plan that has been brought to our notice is feasible for those who live in the country . A woman not long ago was told by her husband that all their money was gone , and they must give up their city house and luxurious surroundings and move to a suburban home . They did so . Shortly after , however , the husband fell 111 and died , and the woman was left dependent upon her own resources . It was late in the spring , and every plan that suggested itself to her mind for making an Income seemed baffled by the approaching absence of her many friends for the summer . One of these friends came to her in great distress and bewailed the fact that she was obliged to leave two pet dogs and an Angora cat behind while she was in Europe . At that moment an idea flashed through the * mind of the woman who wished to work , and she said to her frie...