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Practical Farming [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 14 March 1896
Practical Farming Agricultural Publications The American farmer does not appreciate his advantage over his brother farmer of other countries in the provision the government makes for supplying him with information upon all branches of agriculture by means of books , bulletins and circulars . Not only is the supply ample but each month there is a list of all the publications of the current month printed and sent to every one who wishes it , and this without cost to the applicant . We wish our readers would very generally send for these lists as many of the publications sent out are very valuable . For a year past we have each month selected from the lists such publications as we thought of the most interest to our readers and published them , but the list is getting longer and more interesting each month , making its publication take more room in our columns than we feel warranted in giving when the list will be sent as soon as published to all who ask for it . So we advise all to se...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 14 March 1896
f _ f ^ f __ Jr __^»^ r __ H _ fer __» r __! j ^ I Turning 1 I These Days f I Into Money f r __ t r §&gt; ( fa Days with nothing special to do . It is easy &lt; fa &lt; fa enough to make them profitable . fa I Any Boy f I Or Girl I i Can Do This I __ &gt; &lt; i &gt; &lt;__&gt; By representing the leading magazine for the &lt;__&gt; &lt; fa home , THE LADIES HOME J OURNAL . An •?__» r *&gt; easy way for every boy and girl in the &lt;|&gt; rf &gt; country to earn money . m M ? Write about the plan to m *§» w &lt; $ The Curtis Publishing Company i &gt; T Philadelphia , Pennsylvania W if ? * s &gt; •* M &amp;( 4 &gt; f &amp;&gt; f __&gt; r ^ r ^ r __? r __? r ^
Garden and Orchard [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 14 March 1896
Garden and Orchard Onions for Profit SOME practical hints on onion culture are found in the Ohio Farmer , as follows : Onions will grow in almost any soil that is well filled with humus , possesses fertility and can be thoroughly drained . A rich , sandy loam is preferred . Endeavor to have the land free from stone , rubbish and foul weeds . Experienced growers claim that it is almost impossible to put on too much manure . Any gopd compost will answer , and some consider that 80 two-horse loads per acre is not an excessive amount . Many use poultry manure and ashes , applied as a top-dressing , in addition to other manure . Soils which have been previously fertilized will produce a large crop with no other fertilizer than nitrate of soda . From 600 to 750 pounds per acre is sufficient , but that amount should be divided into two or three parts and applied at different times during the season . The onion manures which are advertised have also proven satisfactory as a fertilizer for s...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 14 March 1896
I - - -iiiiiiiimiijnmmiuiuiiimjiij ( ; ttiiw pffitoj « J * 21 STYLES . * | 1 : 1 BEST and CHEAPEST . 1 i Catalogue and fall treatise on sprayine trait s j and vegetable cr-ps mailed free . Address £ WM . STAHL , QUINCY , ILL . § __ brninnnii _ ttntnfninntniiniittifiiiiiitiiiirt . nifi . titt .. _ 3 ! ^ .. PTisW _ ^ ^ trees , vines , lawns , flowers , chicle . ^ 7 fl % * B w en 8 » aad !_ f l il _ f ^^ in _? ect 8 with th &amp; mV / mak . -J mpr ? ve ! 1 * -UAIS \» Sprayer , -ffll ^ A lw ______ i hM rubber bose and throws con &lt; taat TKL / tl Jj B , trea , u 50 fe ? t * L * t « i recipes for kitlioj I _____^__ rj _ r ___ i _^__ r 1 *^ - h ° * 2 , iron br J v « JTe . $ 1 . 5 ; Vo ^ 1 lpCT 5 , httarr brass ( fine ) . $ 5 . 00 . Ezprttt prf ^ UHV £ ***• Agents wanted . Catalog ** frtt . ^ m lBmW ^ = f n . M . Joh _ MoaJkCo . J ± _ . KB (] eSt ., CutM , (_ l PEPPLERRPRAYER For Trees , Potatoes and Vineyards , Has the Largest Sale of any Horse Power Sprayer in the World ...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 14 March 1896
t Do you plant Seeds ?^_^ The best cost no more than others nearly as good , and but little more than those trnci-f-lv ln-fpTMnv I Vegetable and Flower I . Vastly mieilOr . •) Seed Catalogue free , f f The Eastman Seed Co ., East Sumner , Me . # _ -- &lt; 3 __ fo &lt; 7 S # e * 00 Eft AA COD TAUATftCC This is the most wonderful Tomato we ever _ W _^__ aWm __ € __ Sv ^ V-fivUiUU rUlf lURIAIUCdi saw ; will ripen in the cold North where _ 0 JMffi _ X . _ V &amp; wl _ a others will not . It is a beauty , very smooth , and so early that it more thtin pleases * Kfc ? 7 _ W 3 &amp; f 9 _ 9 __* t every one . The Seed need not be planted until April or May , and will give an fl / 2 w 7 MA abundance uf ripe fruit . Be sure to try it . .. 1-DnuAPLflNTwT-. CT mmfaW ^ SfLfWBJwK ALL IIKAII CAItlSAGK-Vtrv early . Sure to be all bead . ^ M ^^^ SnElK VQ 1 li _ S _ KJS ^ 1 eUHEHKAl * OABUA .-. K-lssure to bead , of large size , ex- P ^^ lffla ^; ( CVHSWd celbnt quality...
Farm Animals Feeding Cattle in Spring [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 14 March 1896
Farm Animals Feeding Cattle in Spring FEW people realize the worth of grain for the cattle In spring during six weeks previous to going out to grazing . The low price of corn will enable many to use it now more freely if they would prove the experiment of liberal feeding . If cattle intended for summer grazing are not accustomed to corn by a ration once daily during February , they should be gradually fed up during the next two weeks to a peck per day , or about eighteen or twenty pounds of corn and cob to each animal over eighteen months old . Cows Intended for milking should have an addition of ten pounds of oats and bran ( mixed In equal parts by weight ) , prior to going onto grass for a month . It will surprise any one who has not fed grain liberally to note how readily the stock will thrive on the grass when judiciously handled . It is best not to hurry the cattle onto the grass . If possible , a ration of oats once a day during the first two weeks on grass should be furnished...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 14 March 1896
MIH . IPJSS 2 S M D . Y 0 DER , Mlddlebur . Ind ., ^^ HHH ^^ a Breeder and Shipper of H _^__^__^__^_ P BK ,. ^ ifm E &gt;?^ WINK . flH _ Hi y &amp; %$ &amp; r ™ nt ttnd W ^ -M _ k JACKS # JENNETS t ^___________ . I-arse A--ort _ -e « -. VJ ^^ H \ FrlM-wlmmlmB Blood . ^ j *^ T _ . 1 Fair dealing . Mel * breeding solves fl the profit of tho hone trade . Tor __ J ________ Lp _ rtlcalan , write mm ^ jtTW . Bopxnra * . rMwu . n-iv WHIPPLES V Supplementary Detaehabl . &gt; -Vlie , Tire [_} can lie attached or detached to any farm or lumber wagon . rn Thousands ln use . Will send 1 • 3 sample set on trial to good par7 ties . Good reference or proper- «/ ty statement required . Address F E . E . WHIPPLE , ST . JOHNS , - . • MICH . KEYSTONE WOVEN WIRE FENCE ^ 4 D | 44 . ; i t \ \ j . | £ / * Cfr ^^ THCMCSHAMUNOTHCMNfLSWWS ^^^ ^) * U M . TMlF . HCCIf . MA 0 C . // Will turn your stock . Perfectly safe . 26 to 58 Inches high . If interested drop us a card and we...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 14 March 1896
ft STEKETEES I | Hog Cholera Cure j ® # | M Greatest discovery knows for the sun of f fPINWORMSJ « IN HORSES j a What People Say of Staketee s Hog Choltra Curt . ) &gt; M . M . JOHNSON , Lehigh , Neb .: I gaveStek-jl , j _\ etees Hog Cholera Cure to my sick hogs . It putM &gt; a move to the worms , and the pigs toon began to jC M eat and grow fat . k _ &gt; F . J . HOLDERMAN , Morris , HI ., after having &lt; ( A nsed one package , writes : Send me two hun- O ydred pounds . 9 ( A W . W . S TAMBATJGH , Kunkle , O .: I used yonr tj VHog Cholera Core for worms ln horses . It _ # /_ fetched the worms ont of the horses a flying . _ % It ] Price 6 fto at the drag stores . SOo by mall . Address ft U 8 . S . STEKETEE , GRAND RAPIDS , MICH . &amp; &gt; Six packages for ( 3 . 00 , and pay yonr own ex- 3 k Mpress . Out this ont and take It to yonr druggist . M For Sale , Thoroughbred Chester White Swine . B . P . Books , P . Ducks . Prices reason...
Practical Dairying [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 14 March 1896
Practical Dairying Illinois Dairymen Meet THE twenty-second annual meeting of the Illinois State Dairymen s Association opened at Princeton , Illinois , March 4 , -with a large attendance . Mayor li . M . Skinner delivered the address of welcome . John Stewart , president of the association , made the response . The program was opened by W . Ii . Hostetter ^ of Mount Carroll , who read a paper on The Ensilage System and Its Advantages . His paper , with the discussion which followed , formed the chief topic of the after noon . D . W . Willson , editor of the Elgin Dairy Report , spoke on What Can We Do to Increase Dairy Farms iu Illinois ? Among those who took part in the discussion were : E . E . CritchUeld , of Chicago ; Edward Newman , of Elgin , and W . I .. Landis , of Chicago . The second day s session closed with a banquet at the American House , given by the business men and citizens . The leading feature of the second day s proceedings was the arraignment of various members...
Roller Bearings the Foe to Friction [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 14 March 1896
Roller Bearings the Foe to Friction APT ILLUSTRATION OF A CLEVELAND PREACHER — LIKENS CHRISTIANITY TO BALL BEARINGS . ltev . W . W . West of the Oakland Baptist Church , Cleveland , Ohio , two years ago preached a sermon on Ball Bearing Christianity . He described how ball bearings in machines brought about the condition in which friction was reduced to the minimum . All the clank and noise , he said , all the jar aud wear have been done away with by the ball bearing idea . The life of the machine has become pleasanter , quieter , more prolonged . Similarly , Christianity enters a life , and men no longer strive aud contend ; the friction of life is done away with , giving place to a smoothness that makes peace for the soul . So great is the saving accomplished by roller bearings and ball bearings that they are being introduced into all kinds of machines from rolling mills to roller skates . The whole secret of the value of tho rolling bearings —whether rollers or balls—lies in the ...
Veterinary [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 14 March 1896
Veterinary The several departments of this paper are for the u ce and convenience of its subscribers exclusively These wishing aoviee in this column will please sate their questions plainly and conciselj and upon paper containlr g no re : erence to subscriptions or to tuner departments of the paper . In relation to diseases and ailments of live stock , It is necessary ttat we tie exactly informed of the symptoms as observed , else It will bs impossible to fully urderstand and prescribe for the case . We cannot answer veterinary inquiries by mail , unless fl ( the regular veterinary feci is inclose .. MANGE . —I have a bunch of sheep that bitand gnaw at their wool and rub on everything ; they have dry scales over their backs . They appear healthy in other respects , and are In good order . Please give disease and reniedv . -W . T . C , Illinois . —This Is due to a parasite which must be killed . Remove scurf and scabs and wash off with soap and water . Applications of equal parts of ...
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 14 March 1896
*^ HAVE YOU ONEo f MORE C 0 WS ? f ~ l ^^^ TJf-M-ffiS-f } If so whetner for P leasure or profit , household or dairy , you should know of the m _ Mimr MBS !? CENTRIFUGAL CREAM SEPARATORS . __ fcfe ^ li ^ WffiiWSkTwf , The De I , aval Separator * save at least Ten Dollars per Cow per year over and above .. HIMI ^ M ^ wbfflBBMll any other Separator or Creaming System . All other Separators are merely inferior imitations MHO l _ ^ t f- i ____ WB ___ fl or infrinee tne De Laval patents . Many users have already been enjoined . - * J-WS * T fa _ jr * J _ y » m W ^ ui SEND FOR CATALOGUE and any desired particulars SATISFACTION GUARANTEED as a condition of sale . ® f __* S £ \ * ^ ^ __^ , r THE DE LAVAL SEPARATOR CO . 74 co = s ° , X 8 : v „ r , HEL
Tobacco-Twisted Nerves [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 14 March 1896
Tobacco-Twisted Nerves TUB UNAVOIDABLE RESULT OP THE CONTINUED USE OF TOBACCO . Is there a Sure , Easy and Quick Way of Obtaining Permanent Relief from the Ttabit ? Millions of men think they need stimulants , because their nerves are set on fire by tobacco . The persistent abuse to which the tobacco- user subjects his nerves cannot possibly fail to make weak the strongest m a n . ( . hewing and smoking destroy manhood and nerve power . What you call a habit is a nervous disease . Tobacco in the majority of cases deadens the feelings . Yon may not think tobacco hurts you , hut how are you ever going to tell how much better you would feel without it , unless you follow the advice of Postmaster Holbrook : CURED 49 CASES OUT OF CO . Holbrook , Nov .. June 13 . ileiitlcmcii—The effects of No-To-Bac are truly wonderful . I had used tobacco for fortythree years , a pound plug a week . I used two hexes of No-To-IJac and have had no desire for tobacco since . I gave two boxes of No-To-Itne ...