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NEW SUIT FOR THE BOYS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 7 March 1896

NEW SUIT FOR THE BOYS . Read the advertisement of a . K . iiagie & Co . la this paper . They offer a whole outfit for the boys from four to fourteen years of age for $ 5 . 25 . This offer includes a suit of clothes , extra pair , of pants , pair of shoes , stockings , shirt waist , neck tie and cap . All guaranteed , to be of good grade . This firm is perfectly reliable and will do Just as they advertise . Address H . E . Eagle & Co ., 68 and 70 Wabash avenue , Chicago , mentioning this paper . 30 DAYS TRIAL FREE . Write for particulars of this offer to A . M . Rothschild & Co ., State and Van Buren streets , Chicago . They advertise a Singer sewing machine for only $ 13 . 50 , and to send It on trial 30 days . This firm is perfectly reliable , and all readers should send for their circulars describing offer . Be sure to mention the Farm , BMeld and Fireside . — I m sorry now , mamma , sobbed Bobby , that I stole those apples . Oh , yes , said his...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 7 March 1896

PORK-BSED 8 . C . B . Leghorns ana B . P . Books . Haas ( 1 . 00 per it . Bouen Ducks , Eggs ( 1 . 00 per 9 . A . < te O . WEST . Fayettevllle , Wis . Please mention the Farm , Field and Fireside . 1 HATCH Chickens ¦ gggftifc W ****** mSmW \ EXCELSIOR Incubator - _|________________ SMU Simple , Perfect , Bttf-Re-ulat-H > SM a __ aMPHI { ng . Thousands In auooesafial ______________________ r _ f ** r operation . Lowest priced Olmlars free , II u ¦ r > t-olaaa Hatober made . I Send Co . for N * SEO . H . 8 TAHX . 1 inns . Catalogue . 11114 toia » 8 . « thBt , Q _ lnOT . ni . VALUABLE FARM CALIFORNIA . FOR SALB IN ^ A , V . » u . 160 acres—63 aores Raisins , 2 Apples , 17 Peaches , 7 Apricots , 16 Alfalfa ; balance irrigated farming lands 2 miles from depot ; worth ( 260 ; will sell for ( 100 per acre . I . J . TRTTMA . nr , San Francisco , Cal . FENCE ? 7 Steel Wire , Steel Pickets , Steel Posts . Steel Gates Indestructible , Cheapest * beatifarm fence...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 7 March 1896

nflTrlTflCP ***** P er brl „ also 8 eeds and General YIIIIII III Tl Nursery Stock . Free catalog . GOULD I Ulrll Ulall NURSEHY , Beaver Dam , Wis . mmirpifHnM «- ^ MH Nl . UUIlll o ^ Wa cK ter than corn for stock and poultry . Will grow anywhere . Raise your own seed . Write for information and prices . Sample Genuine Fox Brand , enough to plant 2 , 000 square feet , with directions , for nine twocent stamps . SUEBHAN < fc WHITE , 055 Otte St .. Chicago , 111 . _ £ _&__ , QU / CCT DC AC varVtlesr OWttl YtKOt We will send one quarter pound to any address postpaid for TEN CENTS ln stamps . HILLSIDE NURSERY , Somerville . Mass ,

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 7 March 1896

FOOT POWER MACHINERY , Scroll Saws . Tools , Drills , Forges , etc . Send 4 c for r ... logue . WILKINBON CO ., 86 Randolph St ., Kg * FOR SALE-GOOD IMPROVED FARM LAND 5 ^ ^ ^ i «» ^^ ALMONDALE , CALIFORNIA 20-ACRE LOT & 1 % XS & 7 ?^ For sale cheap . Write for prices and terms to i . a HEIH . Needy , Orearon . I FRUIT TREES . FRUIT PUNTsT Pie Plant , Asparagus , Bed Cedars , Forest Tree Seedlings , Shade Trees , Seed Sweet Potatoes . I retail at wholesale prloes , Save money . Write fir my . rice lasts ( Fine Fruit Farms for sale . ) Address GK 0 . C . HANFORD , Makanda , Jaskion Co ., HI . ( Cn 111 . c . Ity . i - SEED CORN . BUNCH SWEETS . Imp . Early Learning . Tlnele . s Sweet Pat .. 18 years spent ln perfeot- toes . Upright like beans : Ing . Large , yellow , solid , very early , prolific , best deep-aralned , early , pare , quality yellow ; no Tines . Does well any where , Infoi- 75 c per hundred plants . mation free . II per bushel , postpaid . Write ...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
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Mistakes in Farming [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 7 March 1896

Mistakes in Farming S OME one calls for a record of mistakes , suggesting they would be quite as instructive as a record of successes . Well , Ill contribute . I bought a farm and wanted to put out some strawberries . Now , I have raised a good many strawberries in my lifetime nud know what kind of ground is best . I looked over the new farm but could find nothing near the house to suit me . A little north of the house was an old blue grass pasture . I found that the cattK by treading and lying on a patch near the bam , bad kept the sod very thin , and I concluded I would break that up and put my berries there . I plowed it up deep , and then put the disk on until it was as fine and mellow as an ash heap . I put out my berries and cared for them all that summer and the next spring I had as fine a crop of blue grass and timothy hay on that ground as one could wish to see There were berries there , too , but—more hay than berries . S . Nelson . I see that a place has been set apart fo...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 7 March 1896

Potatoes , Farm Seed 4 . New and standard varieties . Large stock . Low prices . Catatogue _ gf e i (( A „ erJeen , South Uak , 2 ND-CROP SEED POTATOES J ™ MB the returns . Hebron , N . Queen . Thor- ^ Vo % aTam % Norther , Rose , Freeman , Burpee s BxtraBarly . ^^ Q ,, ** ^ oi ^ est UaS st ° ratt 7 t ^ larllle , Ky . GINSENG CULTURE . f XADK TREES Salesmen and club jptfRUITIiel ft , ffl f \( l AH Varieties . Q Y g _ \ j ^ Catalogues FREE J . CHAS . McCULLOUGHrVs . V ^ T i . r . ^ nV ; : jjuuijinnrr > POTATOES fat ?; i & SBS 38 & fB % _ i ; is __ $ aai-giia _ aajg . : » r * 3 © $ i &_! lMtf 31 _ 5 W 0 $ W OLDS SEED P OTATOES % © Took First Premium last fall at Ill « ., l _ , _ f WIsTand Mich . State TairB . A tremendous jsl /{ pstock . Asoodyear to obtain Choice Seed otra ^ Improved Varieties . Prices Low , for this ** JL _ Sireason most people will not plant many pota- /* i Tt . toes . Now Is the time for you to plant . _ £ ^ r ^ tate ...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 7 March 1896

j ; FARM , FIELDAND FIRESIDE \ ! \ PUBLISHED WEEKLY . \ i , J \ \ Vabscrlptlon Price SLOW per Tear , ln j advanos . . 1 * with the N-WHTonnni or One of onr other ; * books ILM ] ! I Club Terms . &amp;lt; Five copies one year to same or different _ &amp;lt;&amp;gt; addresses v . _ V _ -, ul 0 . i &amp;gt; Ten copies one year to same or different ad- &amp;lt; i ! Addtencents eaohii NBWBrai-rhViwotber &amp;lt; i &amp;gt; book is wanted . _ , „ __ __ &amp;lt; , Foreign Subscription , 9 M . OO per Tear ,, , J ln advance , to cover foreign postage . , j ; Howard &amp;amp; Wilson Publishing Co ., ; i ? N . B . Cor . Madison &amp;amp; Franklin Sts ., &amp;lt; ¦ &amp;gt; Chicago , 111 . - J 1 &amp;gt; CHARLES H . HOWARD , BDrroa . &amp;lt; ) JAS . W . WILSON . BUSINESS MANAGER . &amp;lt; , , »——— ^— ^^~ &amp;lt; i . Entered as Second-Class Mall Matter atChloago &amp;lt; ; Postoffloe . &amp;lt; 7 aM «)»)«) TM ^^ M ^^^ vM<...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 7 March 1896

_ _ ____ . ________ _____ ____ Tbe following la tbe greaten VnCII anil collection ever offered for ref _ AT ___| I I 1111 riel ; of colors , aad I Hill pay ? C | U | f | dV HOOto person who grows the _ ____ __ largest number of colors from FOR 4 H | » 75 to second ; # 50 to 1 . mmLmm mmtte * tBlrd ; and « 85 to fourtb . FLOWER BEDS s » -IU surprise you , and make _______________________ ----l a very Interesting : Bower bed . 1 Dtt . Alice P « n « y—all oolors mixed , simply grand . l lit PhloaVrancT mlied , all wonderful , abovry oolori . 1 SkJ : Sweet Peas-Eckrori i Mixed , over 80 kinds , aplendlj . 1 pkt ChlneiePlnk ^ mlxed colors , hardy and very abowy . 1 Skt . Petunia-all oolors , makes a gorgeoua ibow . l Skt PoSmles-mlxed , a wonderful selection of colors . 1 lit Ml _ no 5 ette-inlxed , all kinds to be found j fragrant I okt Ch ? VMnehSinB » -all cboicesl kinds-very choice . 1 r ? MBvcfln « tlnBFIowers-alloolors . ll owerskeptro ^ jgWJf . aFlowera-overlOOklnds tbat grow undb...

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How to makelMaple Sugar [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 7 March 1896

How to makelMaple Sugar ADVICE OF ONE WHO HAS HAD EIGHTEEN YEARS OF EXPERIENCE . O WING to a recent controversy regarding tlie color of maple syrup , which arose between Truman B . Barney , of Underbill , Vt , and the writer , and having seen numerous articles published in . various papers , not one of which have been correct , I concluded to reply to these misrepresentations , and will give my experience as to the latest aiid best method to ¦ employ to obtain maple syrup from sap in the most practical and perfect way . Having been directly interested in the maple sugar industry for eighteen years , and having for fifteen years spent my entire . time in the sugar bush , from the beginning to thc end of the season , during which period I have come in contact with the best class of sugar makers throughout the entire maple belt , thus giving me the benefit of their experience and various methods—in my judgment , the following is the correct procedure to employ . The first step required...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 7 March 1896

Doctors are often handicapped by the mere fact that when treating the diseases of women , they suggest and insist on examinations and local treatment A great many of them do not know that this is absolutely unnecessary . Many a woman has been thrown into a dangerous state of nervous excitement by the mere suggestion of such treatment Many women lie to the doctor . That sounds hard , but it is undoubtedly true . They know that if they admit certain symptoms that the doctor will inevitably insist on an examination . They do not give him all the facts in the case , and so he works in the dark . Quite often the doctor is too busy and too hurried to make the necessary effort to obtain the facts . He frequentl y treats symptoms for what they appear to be on the surface , when the real cause and the real sickness is deeper and more dangerous . A derangement of the distinctly feminine organs will derange the whole body . The woman herself -may not know exactly what is the matter wither , bu...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 7 March 1896

Xotatoes , Tomatoes . Melons , Cabbage , Turnips , Lettuce , Peas , Beets , Onions , and all Vegetables , remove large quantities of Potash from the soil . Supply Potash in liberal quantities by the use of fertilizers containing not less than 10 % actual Pot = ash . Better and more profitable yields are sure to follow . Our pamphlets are not advertising circulars bnnm . ing special fertilizers , but are practical works , containing latest researches on tbe subject of fertilization , and are really helpful to farmers . They arc sent free fof the asking . GERMAN KALI WORKS , 93 Nassau St ., Nuw Vorlt , IL MARSHAaTOWNWELL , [VDRILLING MACHINE | \\ • flhe Most 5 inmle . DurablrT _ nd Light I W Running Machine Made t l ______ L __ V Steam or Horse . Power Mourned orjiit , ______ ¦ __ ¦ _ ¦ Write for full psrliwlirs « . n « _ jn ____ H _ S ___ - _ HH __™ ST _ yeusavilwmergsanlminipsper . sMrhi * £ ** &amp;gt; ¦ _» ___? TOEUfJHMMACHIMECOJIARSHklllNII- PortablJ Well Drilling {- MACHINER...

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Will the Tail Wag the Dog [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 7 March 1896

Will the Tail Wag the Dog I ^ HIS putting in a homely way the question raised by Senator Carter in his speech last week . He believes in a legitimate use of silver in our coinage and holds that that issue is of enough importance for him and all Republicans , who agree with him , to make a stand upon it before the coming St . Louis convention and before the country . He is not only a Senator from Montana but is chairman of the National Republican Committee . He does not propose to be read out of the party by Sherman and Hoar . His speech created as much excitement in Washington as did that of Senator Tillman ; its results , especially to the Republican party and in shaping the policy and platform of that party , it would be difficult to estimate . We are going to get together , says Senator Carter in an interview , before the St . Louis convention , but I thought it was about time that the Republicans who were following Cleveland and worshiping the Golden Calf should know how we west...

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Blind Leaders [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 7 March 1896

Blind Leaders I T appears that Senator Hoar expects a great deal of difficulty with the financial plank of the platform to be framed at St . Louis . . He is not so optimistic as Sena- . - hcrnian and says , plainly , according to an interview in the Record , that he does not think either faction of the republican party will be satisfied with an ambiguous declaration . Still he seems to think that a vast majority of those who voted for President Harrison are in favor of a gold stand- &amp;lt; i and of a double standard of money whenever we can get other nations to join us . He , like Sherman , believes ut tlie vote in the House indicates a great change in pubv l sentl j ? £ nt on the silver question within the last two Set 1 *! tr is a mistake &amp;gt; - arising partly from the fact that tnn J ar , s influenced by the atmosphere around Bos- ° n , and partly from the fact that the great body of the farmers and producers of the country have not been heard from on this issue . S...

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To Help a Monopoly [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 7 March 1896

To Help a Monopoly S OME legislation is proposed in a bill now before Congress which seems to us inimical to the interests of the people . We refer to the Loud bill ( H . R ., 4566 . ) Briefly put , the Loud bill provides for the removal of certain forms of printed matter from the regular second class of mailable matter , for which the rate is one cent a pound , to a special classification , on which the rate shall be one cent for each four ounces or fraction thereof . The forms of printed matter involved are : All sample copies of newspapers and periodicals ; all books or reprints of books , whether sold by subscription or otherwise , or whether they have been issued as premiums or supplements or form parts of regular newspapers or periodicals ; all unsold copies of newspapers and periodicals , commonly termed returns , and now customarily sent back by many dealers to publishers through the mail , and all extra numbers of regular publications sent by the publishers thereof in the i...

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Our Bimetallic Platform [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 7 March 1896

Our Bimetallic Platform In the interest of every producer , and particularly the farmer , the FARM , FIELD AND FIRESIDE advocates the restoration of silver to its former place as a full legal tender and , equally with gold , a coin of ultimate redemption . This is the first step in the right settlement of the currency question and our national finances , and the first step toward the restoration of products to their normal prices and of consequent business prosperity .

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QUARANTINE TROUBLE [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 7 March 1896

QUARANTINE TROUBLE THE cattlemen of Texas are fully aroused to the danger to their industry from the late proclamation of Secretary Morton . For once the latter cannot be blamed . A quarantine line within the State had been established by State law but was not maintained . It seems there was a lack of funds to pay specialrangers to ride the line . Secretary Morton felt the necessity of a . strict quarantine , but was compelled by law to make any line depending on his action the State boundary . At a recent convention it was decided to raise money to pay for riders along the line to be commissioned by the Governor and so to reestablish the State quarantine and to send delegates to Washington to induce Secretary Morton to withdraw his proclamation . Hundreds of thousands of dollars had been invested in young steers with the expectation of shipping them to the northwest this spring to grow and fatten for market . The proclamaion which would kill this business was as follows : From the ...

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Current Topics [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 7 March 1896

Current Topics As defined by Congressman Hitt , in introducing the Cuban resolutions , belligerent rights will put the Cubans on the same footing as Spain ; they will have their own flag and can purchase supplies , clothing and even guns and ammunition in our markets . A bill passed the Senate for the increase of the navy . It was to meet any possible emergency . It authorized the calling out of naval militia and the charter of private ships for transports . One thousand enlisted men may be added to the navy . The bill passed unanimously . . A letter from Gen . C . F . Manderson admits that he is willing to bear the standard as the favorite son of Nebraska in the St . Louis convention . He frankly states that he is not to be used as a stalking horse or delivery -wagon for any aspirant . His candidature is bona fide . The railways have finally concluded arrangements with ¦ Gen . Ivan N . Walker , head of the Grand Army of the Republic , for the transportation of veterans to the St . ...

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