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" 5 DROPS" DID IT . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 21 March 1896
5 DROPS DID IT . When I saw your advertisement In the paper , I did not know what good there was ln yonr medicine , but I tell you that I was suffering from cramps and very often people thought that I could not live , but I got your bottle 5 DROPS just In time and now I can stand lt to do a good day s work and not be as tired as I was before after one hour s work . I send you by this mall all the money I have and want to accept the agency . As soon as I sell it , I will order more . I think I can sell a great deal here as people can see what lt has done for me . I feel stronger than I have for three years and I want to take more of the 5 DROPS myself as It Is certainly a most wonderful remedy and worked on me like magic . Hoping to hear from you at an early date , I am Miss Anna Jaqnlsh , Feb . 7 , 1896 . McBrlde , Mich . —We owe a debt of love to every one in the world who needs our love . —Rain s Horn . THE NICKEL PLATE ROAD the shortest line from Chicago to New York and Boston vi...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 21 March 1896
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 21 March 1896
[ FARM , FIELDAND FIRESIDE ; [ PUBLISHED WEEKLY . t Vnbscrlptlon Prlee 81 . OO per Tear , In _ _ advance . _ _ With tbe NKWHTOMNE or one of our other _ t books , $ 1 . 10 . [ Club Terms . &lt; _ Five copies one year to same or different 4 f addresses $ 4 . 00 &lt; f Ten copies one year to same or different ad- « * dresses 7 . 6 B « &gt; Add ten cents each if NEW HYGIENE or other i * book ls wanted . 2 &gt; Foreign Subscription , 88 . 00 per Tear , 2 &gt; In advance , to cover foreign postage . I Howard &amp; Wilson Publishing Co ., &gt; N . B . Cor . Madison &amp; Franklin Sts ., j | Chicago , 111 . 4 &gt; CHARLES H . HOWARD , EniTOB . 3 &gt; JAS . W . WILSON . BUSINESS MANAGER , j , Hntored as Second-Class Mall Matter at Chicago 2 , Postofflce . 2 6 ^ $ ^ $$$$$$$ ^ $ ^^ Q $$$ ® $$$ 6 $
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 21 March 1896
DATATfirP 1 . 26 per brl „ a __&gt; Seeds and General rll I Q I llr _\ Nursery Stook . Free catalog . GOULD I Ulfll ULU N UHSEHY , Bearer Dam , Wis . HANDY PLANTS FOR 8 A __ , E . — One Dutchman s Pipe ( Arlstoloebla sipho ) . one Golden-veined Japan Honeysuckle , one Yellow Jasmine , one While Jasmine , one Calystegla ( California Bose ) . all for Ve cents . Six Irises , six kinds for 3 . cents . Mm . M . O . SPA UK THAN , Middle Fork , Tenn . GINSENG CULTURE . A crop worth 110 , 000 per acre . A book giving all Information about how to grow it , price 60 c . par copy . 8 . S . SKBJ-WSB _ 7 K-- _ Mieimu , TexM . Sfl __________ HI I ___________ Sorghum Seed only Oae _ Pa _ _ an __ l __ i Cent per pound . Nooliarge C ____?!_ anal ( or sacks . Sorghum Syrnp __ --E-, U alia only AO Cents per gallon ln w * m 11 B five-gallon buckets . * ¦ ** ¦ S . J . BOLTON , . - - Alpha , III , iff * ini / TD __ r _ -cT £ S 1 ED 7 oiEl «« V I AUK I If ¦»___• Salesmen sod clnk X I MIV ¦_ Wfcl ¦...
Hog Raising on the Pacific [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 21 March 1896
Hog Raising on the Pacific J HAvE raised hogs in Illinois and am now raising them on the shores of Paget Sound . I have also observed the methods of feeding as conducted in different parts of California and Oregon and have come to the conclusion that what at first glance would seem to we westerners A disadvantage is in reality an advantage . I refer to the lack of corn . - I have noticed where there is no corn raised for feeding hogs there is no cholera And scarcely any swine plague and that swine raising is nearly , if not quite , as safe an industry as other stock raising . If the farmers of the east would put in oats , especially for their pigs and shoates , It in my opinion would be one grand move for the prevention of swine plague . I have a fine Chester white sow that has had nothing to eat this winter , till time to farrow , except what oats she could get from a stack of oats we cut for hay , but bad not barn room ; she was too fat , consequently lost six of her fourteen pigs...
Cross-Breeding [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 21 March 1896
Cross-Breeding O PINIONS of A Crank in a Country Gentleman : It is strange that few ln discussing this question give any practical views of what they have done , or what their observations may warrant . While my experience has been limited , it may be of value to those who are at work on this line . In an endeavor to improve the native • cows which were to some extent graded with Ayrshires , say one-quarter , a Jersey troll was used . This was continued on the produce , always using a good sire , and not inbreeding . Up to the three-fourths and seven-eighths cross , every generation was an improvement in style and producing qualities ; but thereafter our hopes ¦ were shattered , although each succeeding . generation was superior to the last . This was continued until the cross was 127-128-hs , when , a positive failure resulting , it was stopped , and registered Guernseys ¦ substituted , which change has never been -regretted . One cow in particular , a threefourths bred , was a gre...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 21 March 1896
The advantage oi a policeman over a burglar is that the officer has the law on his aid * . Health haa the same advantage over disease . The I , aw of Nature is for people to be healthy , when they are sick , Nature helps to cure them . Nature s law ia thc guide for curing sick people . There is no way but Nature s way . What the doctors call many different diseases Nature cures in one way ; by nourishing the whole body with rood , pure , rich , red blood . That ia Nature s way of curing scrofula , erysipelas , kidney and liver complaint , consumption and every form of eruptive and wasting disease . When yoa want to help Nature with medicine the medicine must work the same way as Nature works , then it has the laws of Nature on its aide to make it powerful . That is the secret of Dr . Pierce s Golden Medical Discovery s wonderful cures . It assists Nature according to her own laws ; it is on Nature s side and Nature helps it : it imparts new power to the nutritive and blood making or...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 21 March 1896
le March 21 v ^ orn is a vigorous feeder and responds well to liberal fertilization . On corn lands the yield increases and the soil improves if properly treated with fertilizers containing not under 7 % actual Potash . A trial of this plan costs but little and is sure to lead to profitable culture . Our pamphlets are not advertising circulars booming special fertilizers , but are practical works , containing latest researches on the subject of fertilization , and are really helpful to farmers . They are seat free for the asking . GERMAN KALI WORKS , 93 Nassau St .. New York . L MARSHALLTOWN . ¥ ELL [ \ DRILLING MACHINE I \\ Tie Mos . 5 imple . Durable _ nd Ugh } I V \ Running Machine Made . I _ J _ k \ steam or Horse Power HogntedornoV | ^ E __ - __ I ***« forfuHPjrlic . Iir « l . ndpri _ a , $ j » ta . n _ H __ 5 Sb _ yMs **_ iemcnMettia _ linpiptt . _ i _ ita W *~ ^ S _ 9 , _ HEUN _ 0 XMACHIHEC __ A __ l __ II )_ - » Portable Well Drilling | MACHINERY 1 B-tablUhedttCT . COTeiedby...
How it All Happened [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 21 March 1896
How it All Happened THE belated storms that have drenched and drowned the East and have piled up the snow in Illinois , Iowa and Nebraska have proved to be a poetic inspiration to one good friend of ours in Michigan—Mr . A . T . Stewart , of Cadillac—who is not ashamed to call himself a farmer man . While the bridges carried away in Connecticut and Maine are being restored , and the breaches in the mills of Massachusetts and New Hampshire are being repaired . and while the farmers of the Northwest are seeing with satisfaction the twenty inches of snow blanket quietly diminishing before the sun , now fast returning from his winter resort in the South , we are glad to have all the rumpus in the weather department so satisfactorily accounted for . It is styled A Valuable Addition to Meteorologic Science , as follows : A BATTLE AND A BLIZZARD . . A yellow Sun Dog , off for the day Was strolling along one night , And a Moon Cat met on the Milky Way , When there thus ensued a fight . The ...
Our Bimetallic Platform [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 21 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 .
Should Know How to Read and Write [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 21 March 1896
Should Know How to Read and Write S OME rule to restrict immigration is inevitable . Senator Lodge proposes that the immigrants be required to read and write five lines of the Constitution of the United States . He has embodied this requirement in a bill which provides in great detail for the test . The immigrant , male or female , young or old , failing to meet this literary test shall not be admitted but shall be returned to the country from which he came at the expense of the steamship or railroad company which brought him . Senator Lodge s plan makes no condition as to a man s pecuniary ability . He might , as we understand it , be a millionaire but if he could not read and write in any language he would be excluded . Literary scoundrels , it seems , can come in ; literary paupers are not barred by this peculiar bill . Senator Lodge argues that the educational test is better than a capitation tax or consular certification for the restriction of immigration , and he believes that...
Current Topics [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 21 March 1896
Current Topics In the Chamber of Deputies at Brussels bimetallism has been under discussion . The Belgian minister of finance stated that the government would co-operate in any measures in the direction of fixing a ratio between gold and silver . British government has admitted that it has received official proposals from the United States relative to Venezuelan dispute , and has them under consideration . The under secretary refused to state the purport of the proposals . The House committee on irrigation of arid lands decided to report favorably the bill providing for the conveyance of arid lands to the states and territories . This land is to be disposed of to settlers in small holdings and the money thus obtained to be used in the reclamation of the remainder of the lands . In the Reichsrath a resolution was adopted last Monday to the effect that the government give active support to efforts which may be initiated by other governments with the object of fixing the ratio of gold ...
COLONY EXCURSIONS [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 21 March 1896
COLONY EXCURSIONS CALIFORNIA . Our next excursion to Fair Oaks , Cal ., will be April 9 th . This will be a delightful time to go . Write us for route and rate . , FLORIDA . We have low . rates from all points west for April 7 th , both one way and round trip , to our Green Cove Springs settlement in Florida . Those going to the settlement to stay will do well to make arrangements to go on this date . The regular one way rate from Chicago ls $ 28 . 80 . We can put you through from Chicago , via the Illinois Central railway s quick time Florida line for $ 18 . 55 . Proportionate rates from other points . Write us for reduced round trip rates for that date ; also send for Album of Fair Florida , telling all about the state . SUNNY SOUTH ( N . C . ) COLONY . One way rate to Chadbourne April 7 th will be $ 17 . 00 . Write us for reduced round trip rates . Also send 10 c for the illustrated booklet , The Old North State , which tells all about lt We have just opened up a new subdivision ...
Practical Farming [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 21 March 1896
Practical Farming Corn in Florida AT one time Florida ran to oranges almost to the exclusion of other staple . crops on a large scale . But this is no reason , as far as the soil and climate is concerned , why the general agriculture should not be greatly extended and be as profitable as in any of the other Southern States . Since the great freeze , crops have become more diversified . The following figures relating to the corn crop are accurate and taken from the Government reports : Crop of 1893 , 4 , 909 , 364 bushels ; crop of 1894 , 5 , 214 , 044 ; crop of 1895 , 6 , 186 ,- 645 . Florida is bound to be one of the most prosperous of the states , as its resources become better known . While it is true that any agricultural product raised in the South will grow to perfection in Florida , it is , also , true that there are semi-tropical fruits peculiarly adopted to its soil and climate which cannot be raised in other States . Questions Answered We -hail try each week to answer In t...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 21 March 1896
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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 21 March 1896
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