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Page 36 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896
FLORIDA . I East Coast Railway . The extension of the railroad from Lake Worth to Biscayne Bay ( now under construction ) has opened up one of the richest fruit and vegetable sections in Florida , and the healthiest place in the United States . This company offers its lands for sale along this extension , with special terms to actual settlers . New settlers arriving daily . E For pamphlet , map , eta ., address J . E . INQRAHAM , General Agent and Land Commissioner , Fla . East Coast Railway , ¦ T . ATTtYCSTINE , XXA . Befer by permission to F ABM , FIELD AND naismi . Please mention the Farm , Field and Fireside , TUB Southern Immigrant , Arcadia , Fla .,, and map ; 10 cents ; Florida Homes , tlOO ; time payments . flflllTumi ] farms , mills , mineral lands , etc .. SUM I Hr KR for sale , rent and exchange . Geo . UUU I III . Illl B . CBAwroiti &gt;&amp; Co ., Rlchmoiid , Va . rflUnT Oood and oheap homes and farms ir , r la IK I Southern Illinois . For price-list snd...
HO 0 CHOLEBA CURE [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896
HO 0 CHOLEBA CURE cured forty young pigs . Bead the following : HENNEPIN , IU ., Nov . 24 , 1894 . a . G . STBKETEE : Vour Hog Cholera Cure arrived on time ; we used It on forty young p gs that were coughing and off of their feed and not a bit lively . They all pulled through safely and are as lively as orickets . Send me 94 worth more . WM . M . THOMAS . Aslc druggist for Steketee s Hog Cholera Cure ; fifty cents or sixty cents by mail . Address G . G . Steketee , Grand Rapids , Mloh . ____ , —Not Literal—Teacher : If a boy smites you on the right cheek , what should you do ? Dick Hicks : Give It to him with me left , —Puck . PERSONALLY CONDUCTED EXCURSIONS TO CALIFORNIA . Via the Chicago , Union Pacific &amp; Northwestern line , In upholstered tourist sleeping cars , leave Chicago every Thursday via the Northwestern Line . Low rates , picturesque route , quickest time and careful attention are advantages offered to those who join these excursions . CoBt of berth only $ 6 ....
Page 37 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896
1896 Are You Constipated ? No being can be healthy If not ready to answerTnature s call . It is a sign of a sluggish , weakened , impoverished system . The best remedy ! s Dr . Peter s Blood Vivalizer the old Swiss-German remedy , which was discovered by an old German physician and has been in constant use for over a hundred years , though not extensively advertised . It has no gripeing effect , but regulates the bowels , strengthens the digestive organs while it purifies tbe blood , thus toning the entire system . It seldom fails to cure all diseases caused by impoverished or impure blood or from disordered stomach . No drug-store medicine ; Is sold only by regular Vitalizer agents . Persons living where there are no agents for Dr . Peter s Blood Vitalizer can , by sending $ 2 . 00 , obtain twelve 8 o-cent trial bottles direct from the proprietor . This offer can only be obtained once by the same person . Write to DR . PETER FAHRNEY , in and 114 So . Hoyne Ave ., CHICAQO . 1 MG 0 L...
Page 37 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896
MaM « V-W _ OTHMP-M 8 Primary , Secondary or Tertiary permanent . j _ 5 ly oured ln 16 to 35 days . We eliminate aU _ J O ** poison from the system , so tbat there oan 5 _ never be areturnof the disease ln any form . B • Parties can be treated at home as well aa • D here ( for the same price and under the same D • guarantee ) , but with those who prefer to • 0 come here , we will contract to cure them or D • refund all money and pay entire expense of • Q coming , railroad fare and hotel bills . ** S Our Magic Remedy ItiMsViS * 2 S never failed to cure , since the history of _ , 5 medicine a true speelflo for BLOOD 2 JJ POISON has been sought for bnt never jf S found until our Magic Cyphllene was dls- S H covered . This disease bas always baffled D • the skill of most eminent physl- • _] clans . We soUoit the most obstinate D ¦ oases and challenge the world for • n a case we cannot cure . n • SS 0 O . 000 CAPITAL • O behind our unconditional guarantee . EI • Absolute proofs sent seal...
A Land Without Animals [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896
A Land Without Animals Japan Is a land without the domestic animals . It Is this lack which strikes the stranger so forcibly In looking upon Japanese landscapes . There are no cows —the Japanese neither drinks milk nor eats meat . There are hut few horses , and these are imported mainly for the use of the foreigners . The freight cars ln the city streets are pulled and pushed by coolies , and the pleasure carriages are drawn by men . There are but few dogs , and these are neither used as watch dogs , beasts of burden nor in hunting , except by foreigners . There are no sheep In Japan , ana wool Is not used in clothing , silk and cotton being the staples . There are no pigspork ls an unknown article of diet , and lard is not used In cooking . There are no goats or mules , or donkeys . Wild animals there are , however , and ln particular , bears of enormous size . One of these , seen stuffed ln a museum , is described as big as an ox . Beside another stuffed museum bear is preserved ,...
Used to It [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896
Used to It Is there any way I kin git a receipt for this here letter ? asked tbe thin-haired man with the crocheted tie . You can get It registered for eight cents extra , answered the delivery clerk . If tbe letter is one of Importance and Its delivery ls of particular consequence , registration Is advisable . Oh , the letter aint of no particular Importance—at least not eight cents worth , I dont-thlnk . I merely allowed mebbe 1 could get some kind of a receipt to show I had mailed it to give the old woman . I guess Ill save the eight-pence an * put up with bein * called a ole liar , as usual . — Indianapolis Journal . —A biker asked a farmer : Has a lady wheeled this way ? And the famer told the biker : It ls mighty hard to say ; Prom the costumes they are wearing , From the mountain to the sea , If the biker is a she one , Or a biker Is a he . —Philadelphia Evening Bulletin .
, DR . ABBOTT'S RHEUMO [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896
, DR . ABBOTTS RHEUMO Is the remedy that cures rheumatism . To the cures It has effected , more than any other cause , Is due its remarkable success . Letters , warm In their expressions of gratitude , have been published ln these columns from time to time , all of which are honest , reliable statements . Similar letters reach the office of the company daily . Dr . Abbott s Rheumo is guaranteed to cure any case of Rheumatism , Neuralgia , Gout , Lumbago ,- Sciatica , Blight s Disease , Diabetes , all Kidney Troubles and to give new energy , new blood , new vigor and health . It has cured thousands—will cure you . For treatise and testimonials write to L . Abbott &amp; Co ., 324 Dearborn street , Chicago . Bee advertisement on another page . —Little Mrs . Justwed ( sobbingly)—Ju-ju-just think , Harold I The cuc-cuc-cat has eaten all of the angel cake I bub-baked this m-m-morningl And , oh—boo I boo ! ho-o-o-ol Mr . Justwed ( soothingly)—Tbere , there , darling ! Dont cry abou...
Page 38 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896
Ask a Democrat about the Republican party . Ask a competing agent about Deering roller hearings . They will talk much the same . Ask a Republican about Democracy . Ask a twine trust agent about Deering binder twine , and hear both denounced . Ask a Prohibitionist what he thinks of both other parties . . Ask a competing agents op inion of Deering roller bearings and Deering binder twinei Their answers will _ . be much alike . Ask Yonr Own Common Sense whether Deering machines with Boiler Bearings will not wear less and last longer than the old . kind that have ho way of overcoming friction . Ask your own common sense , too , whether it isnt reasonable that we make better twine in our big mills with our reputation than makers who have no reputation to sustain and v &gt; ho dont make binders . Could we have built up the greatest hinder trade in the world by making either poor binders or poor , twine ? In this , as in everything else , dont ask for disinterested opinions from in...
Page 38 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896
WOVEN HRE FENCE Over 50 Styles . The bestonEarth . Home high . - ^^ &gt;^ ?» -: guH strong , pig and Chicken » C ^ V ^^ V . &gt; tight . You can make from 40 m _^* t \ , ^ Zj * Cj * ° ***** rods per day for from ¦ &gt;&lt;„&gt;&lt; , &gt; ^ 14 to 22 c . a Rod . w - » »^ ~ S . f - - s f Illustrated Catalogue Free . -Q C &gt;&lt; 3 »!_ TSELMAN BROS ., ¦ XT &gt;« =- »&lt; Rldgevllle , - Indiana . ScM _ -- _ ----------- _ -------B _ a _| CYCiLONEFENCEi ^ 9 ff Our branch houses which ] S 2 _ - _; # we have established in sev- ft -I . Zm Vi eral states , place machines / • ! bio / and materials in tbe hands % . % . *¦ JJ ~« of the consumers in the f Jj ! 2 # quickest time possible . _ , g **^ P ^ y &lt; £ aftewdv _ N ^ ReT aBa if FENCE COMPANV . _ * -JIOUV . - MICH . * OTHERS COME AND GO But the PACE stays on forever—that Is us long as you need fence . Thlsldeaof permanency is worth considering...
A Live Stock : Pi ^ t > lerti [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896
A Live Stock : Pi ^ t &gt; lerti lllEB you good at figures ? asked Mr . A Bentley of Mr . Groves , who occu- , fd the next desk at the right . pl l d used to be , replied Mr . Groves . ThaveWtie problem here . Take It . . „ j See what you can do with it : ? A maShas | lM with which to buy 100 htnd of stock He pays $ 10 a head for cattle S 3 a head for hogs and 50 cents a head for sheep . How many of each does he Do you know the answer ? Yes ; it s very simple when you get it . I think It can be worked by algebra . I m a little rusty , but Ill see what I can d ° Bentley turned to his routine of desk work and Groves started in to solve the oroblem . In about half an hour , having covered-several pages of paper with x ,-y and z calculations , he asked suddenly , Is there any way to make It come out even ? Make what come out even ? asked Bentley , who had forgotten all about the problem . So you re still working at that , are you ? Cant you get it ? No , not yet ; but It can be ...
Page 39 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896
iirilf IMPROVEMENTS , _ 4 dft ^_ K § 3 l P0 TAfblACHINER 7 \^ S^^ CUTTERS , SPRAYERS , SORTERS , ETC . \ SS mW * - f- *^^ S &amp; W 8 END FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE . \ m ^^ * % ^ J ^_ ^ r ^ Q _ W ASPINWALL MFG . CO ., 5 ^ kX * x * KW ^ ¦ 30 SACIN ST ., JACKSON , MICH . • AGE * TS 1 miiiiMiir APMC PULVERIZING HARROW , ^ TUNTEh / l jWp ^ Atfflt cl _ oD CRUSHER AND LEVELER . ^ 2 ^^ S ^ ivo ^ - ^ racticmy indestiuctible . Cheapest riding harrow on earth . $ 8 . 00 and up . ODITP AH TPJN . T To be returned at my expense IMJANE H . NASH , Sole MPr , __ fll VB im &amp; h if not satisfactory . HMIngtoa . Sew Jersey , and Chicago , all . H . B .-Ideliver free on board at distributing points . m . u . » B , y » , » , . ^ PLEASE M ~ N ~ IOH THIS PAPkB . - V - ^^» . - —¦ - ——— - ,, / The Pioneer of p Arn Dion tare ¦^ §_ k . / Four Wheeled bOll . rlaniBlS ^ ^ » g _ --y __?^ Sw THE TRUE LEADER OF ALL Is with . WH 9 \ ^ Br *\ . &gt; _ r Trial wiih highest awards . The only ...
Page 40 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 29 February 1896
- ** r ***¦ « * $ - &amp; Ti T * - 7- • - NP ^*« ^ fV ^* *^ *^ . /^^ % 3 S »« f 3 i f ^ ^ .. ^ ^ $ 9 . 00 SET OF SPOONS FOR 99 c . Positively the Greatest Bargain ever offered . We are startling the world . + No description will do justice to this Most Handsome and Elegant Silverware ; you never saw any thing equal to them ! ¦ ¦ - « .- ¦¦ HiiiMl / _* % . __ ¦ |»| Six Heavy Solid Silver Triple Plated full JUST I Hl-Nlft Ur I I I size Souvenir Teaspoons , with the Bowls Gold Plated both Inside aad Outside , DC MP MR ER THIS ! and only 99 cents , worth $ 9 , 119 . I ^ - ¦ * ¦ __ - ¦ ¦ - ¥ ¦ ¦ # ¦¦ ¦ &gt;** ^ * ¦¦¦** ¦ they « not the common washed over stuff , but are stamped Leonard Mfg . Co . Al , which is a guarantee of reliability and square dealing . This is the . most wonderful opportunity ¦ . TIT IS REALLY THE CHANCE OF ALIFETIME . - «¦ lu ^ W• FOR ALL SIX * W~ TThis Cut Shows Exact Size and Pattern of Spoons . - •¦ - .. — ¦¦ ¦¦ m Al Al . ding gift , or as a set f...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 7 March 1896
t oo A YEAR 36-PAGE NUMBER MARCH 7 , 1896 § RaBMTiELD -AND FiBESIDE ffi . ^ MSfL | f % j |§ l / Tf DJ .-E . j Ur tUl l 1 LLll 1 o Rg \ ari ^^^^/ mlr \ 0 m ^\ ffHu Will the Tail Wag the Dog 333 Grease Heel 343 , _ 3 __? B C -IIYSS |] W ^___^ fc-SX ? Blind Leaders 333 Fistulous Opening on Jaw . 843 p _ £ § f ~ 7 ( ^^ ^^^^~^^ £ ]}^~ \ ^ Btz T ° HelP ine M Trouble * 334 POULTRY AND BEES- ^_ W . . flgl * PRACTICAL FARMING— Tale of a Tame Hen 344 *_ _ # B &gt; _ 5 _ V / Mistakes in Farming 331 Grade Honey Honestly .... 344 W flJ AJ 3 H How to Make Maple Sugar . 332 Notes 344 &gt; ije | RAJS Clean Culture 336 THE FIRESIDE- i F ^ V _ l &gt; 3 _ Some Practical Experience . 336 Th H .-BO _ whv 348 IrfcJ • WFFK 1 V W Sweet Potato Cnitnre ... 336 «&amp; * « £ ^ |; |; | »* g | . . yVLLlVL I _ SK From Red Willow County The New Baby s Wardrobe 348 EgK _ C */ NeD ;•• *? Some Good Flowers 349 tl ® 5 IT , /\ X _ 4 I 1 ^/^ EST A Monster Plow :.... 3 S 6 ^ w ft &...