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O Poultry and Bees [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 21 March 1896
O Poultry and Bees Raising Incubators W HILE considering Incubators anil brooders , we would suggest the best and surest way of raising a few for __________ W _____ . ____ . t 6 _ T It has often been said , and in a jocular way , but with much more truth than poetry , that a Cochin hen is the nearest approach to an incubator , In point of reliability and constancy , of anything else living . We may add , that for keeping right ahead , and laying day in and day out , after once beginning , and until the clutch is all laid , and she Is ready to set , the Cochin hen or pullet is unexcelled . They rarely miss a day , no matter how cold the weather may be while laying . In fact , we believe from experience that the Cochin is the surest winter layer of all . Our choice is the Buff Cochin , and if the pullets are gotten out ln March or April , they will lay their batch of twenty or thirty eggs in December and January , and go This to setting , regardless of the weather . trait puts them in...
Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 21 March 1896
1896 * Kidney Complaints when discovered should have Immediate Attention if the person expects to live , it Is one of the most dangerous of diseases . A mild case , soon turns to an aggraVated one it neglected . The best remedy Is Dr . Peter s Blood Vitalizer the old Swiss-German remedy—in constant use for over one hundred years . It seldom fails to cure diseases caused by impoverished or Impure blood or from a disordered stomach . No drug-store medicine ; is sold only by regular Vitalizer agents . Persons living where there are no agents for Dr . Peters Blood Vitalizer can , by sending 88 . 00 . obtain twelve 85-cent trial bottles direct from the proprietor . This offer can only be obtained once by the same person . Write to DR . PETER FAHRNEY , M and 114 So . Hoys * Av * ., CHICAGO . B ^ E ^ IiSs ^ ft ^ lIrT ^ AHsudsomebUlnst-atedBrr cllDDI ICC Magaiine / andOata-oeof Dtt OUrrLICO FREE . _ _ IEA . l 7 ilOOTCO .. ___ ed __ U - _ 0 . EOG 8 from pure-bred B . P . Bock , 8 . C . Brown...
Page 17 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 21 March 1896
POBB-BBBD S . C . B . Leghorns ana B . P . Books , Eggs $ 1 . 00 per 16 . Rouen Ducks , Eggs 11 . 00 per B . A . _ - «_ . WSST , Fayettevllle ,-Wis . F BETTIO , DeKalb , ni ., Breeder of Pare • Bred Ponltry . Ferret- and Roistered M . Bernard Dose . Ulna . Catalogue ft Price List , So . Please mention the Farm , Field and Firesides FflD Cll F Some choice B . P . Beck Cockerels at rUll OHLL reasonable prices . Eggs ln season . OiI der early , J . S . STBICB-UEB , Sterling , 111 . Box 8 . Please mention the Farm , Field and Fireside . SO . WHITE X . Ee _ IO __ . _ irs , pure bred . Bgga • for hatching , II for 16 . Stock for sale . After June 1 young ohlokfl tn dozen . MASTS . BTELSOl ., Northwood , Iowa , Please mention the Farm , Field and Fireside . • ••••••• BLACK D 0 T 5 ? NO ! oluslvely / Thebestgeneral purpose fowl known . Eggs , tl per 16 . White Dotte Poultry . Mrs . V . OD _ JI __ , Wetmore , Kan . Please mention the Farm , Field and Fireside , FRUITS AND POULTRY . SrggySS f...
Colony News [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 21 March 1896
Colony News . Reports from Excursions Our March 5 tli party to Fair Oaks numbered twenty-two . Telegrams up to this writing report seventeen tracts of land gold to the members of this party . About sixty went to Florida on the 10 th . Mr . Hater reports . We are very busy . I think that nearly all these parties will purchase . They seem inclined to select ln the Bayard tract This in the long run will be as good as any other portion of the colony lands . They are delighted with the country . Full report next week . We have no reports yet from the North Carolina party . Our next California party will be April 9 th . There will be cheap one way rates from pearly all points northwest and northeast to Green Cove Springs , Fla ., and our Sunny South Colony at Ohadbourn on the 7 th of April . From Chicago the one way rate will be to the former place , $ 18 . 55 , with proportionate rates from other points . To Chadbourn ? 17 . 00 from Chicago , with proportionate rates from other points . ...
Farm Economics [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 21 March 1896
Farm Economics Overproduction By Mary Morrison . Ah I Jamie , me by , phwat s the mattber , Ye re lookln so down ln the mug ? Its bread for tbe chlider ye re wan tin An a hod full o morther to lug , An praties an coal ye are nadln , An shoes fur yere dllllcate fate ? Seemes to me ye are gittin quolte naldy , An down on yer luck most complate . Well , Jamie , now do Jlst be nlsy , Or as alsy , me b y , as ye kin ; Fur shore now , Ol ve heard this whole throotile Oxplained by very shmart mtn , Twas Ultgant now , an they made lt Quolte plain es the nose on yer face ; TIs over-productlon , me laddie , That s stharvln an frazin the race . Though Jlst the big wourds theyd be ____ Jlst now OI cant molnd me Oim share . If yed heard tt now , Jamie , Oi m thinkla , Twould alse up the pains ye lndure . Ye see lt wus this way now , Jamie , ( It must a bin this way e mint , ) Though mayhap me mim ry Is fallin Ol klnt argy now wourth a clnt . But thlnkin lt over this marnln , Ith only a praty api...
Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 21 March 1896
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^ |^^^^ a > 'Lr ^^ K __^ 'U' ^^^^^ jgv § mi ^ Si ^^ i ^^^ t ^^ wm f [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 21 March 1896
^ |^^^^ a &gt; Lr ^^ K __^ U ^^^^^ jgv § mi ^ Si ^^ i ^^^ t ^^ wm f Why I Sing By Mrs . Mary Felton . Why do I sing ? Because within my soul Gush strains of song which I cannot coutrol . And so my words In numbers simply roll . Why do I sing ? Because from out my heart Flow streams of song which God alone doth start ; And so because He bids , I act my part . Why do I slug ? ¦ Because I plainly hear Above earth s toil and tumult , loud and clear , Within my soul , the music of the sphere . Earth , air and water , heights and depths , proclaim . In one grand chorus , praises to His name , And I , though weak , will strive to praise the same . And if a sing which I In meekness sing . Might to jome troubled heart some comfort brlngT Happy my lot ! Loved song In triumph sing ! Something to Please the Children AS most children delight to play doctor , nothing could please them better than a real medicine case with make-be-lieve medicines . One can easily be made from stiff linen c...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 21 March 1896
ALL ABOUT WESTERN FARM LANDS . The Corn Belt ls the name of an Illustrated monthly newspaper published by the Chicago , Burlington and Qulncy R . R . It aims to give Information in an Interesting way about the farm lands of the west Bend 26 cents In postage stamps to the Corn Belt , 200 Adams St ., Chicago , and the paper will be sent to yonr address for one year . —Utahs juries now consist of eight Instead of twelve men . This Innovation is based on the theory that eight Utah men are equal to twelve citizens of any other state . —New York Mall and Express .
Comrades [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 21 March 1896
Comrades By Uncle Guy . The old dog rises from the ground , Walking around to the door , Glancing at me with a wistful look As he has oftimes done before ; To the mountains he points his nose And gives a wheedling whine , As much as to say , my master to-day , I am sure the hunting ls fine . Not heeding his look , he barks softly—And trots to the foot of the bill , And capers and barks with a will . Dear old dog ! Many-times we ve wandered Over mountain , hill and plain , Many the hours weve squandered Beating the coverts In vain . But the enchantment is still on us . We long for a smell of the pines , With a chance to start the antlered buck From his coverts among the vines . The hot blood bounds in our veins again , And our heart seems to be on Are , Over hills and dales away we go , And our limbs they never tire . Aye , comrades ; weve been ! Indeed , old dog , And shared alike In the chase . My blankets were large enough for two ; At my feet you had your place . Ever faithful yo...
Wise and Otherwise LY [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 21 March 1896
Wise and Otherwise LY —At a tea party lately given to elderly women , each guest was requested to send in advance all the photographs of herself that she owned , and a very amusing afternoon was spent in guessing who were the originals of the pretty children , young women , and matrons represented in the pictures . —When flowers are costly a correspondent suggests that a pretty dinner table decoration may be had by using smilax , laurel or asparagus vine made into wreaths and tied with violet , scarlet or pink satin ribbon . These wreaths may be placed at the four corners of the table , Inside the covers , or laid around candelabra placed In the center , at the corners or at each end . Or they may be used at two comers , diagonally , with vases of suitable flowers , violets or carnations , in the two other corners . If violet ribbon is used have the dishes for bonbons filled with crystallized violets and mint leaves ; if pink , rose petals and mint leaves . Candles with white shades...
Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 21 March 1896
1896 - &lt; K DISHWASHERI IT IS ™ E IBS _ »* « \ &gt; i 0 SWS ________ m Will make , oar wifa smile , / . „ 9 __ mS __ fS _____ m i JOOJ daughters rejoice , Toar 1 ^ mweamz ^ ammar home happy A brant . » ou # BR ^ JHBBaont haro to wait . Tt washes , € B ___ - _ -I _ i _ Kri _ u _ -, dries and polishes dish- » __ . _____________ s at once . No chipping or _ , K «____________ -real _ i _ . no scalding hand ., M • M __ J _ E ____________ J » you don . touch them— _ o , 1 , uaB ^ V simple a child oan use it . / —*****—- —^ lotls B lifetime . Honest \ A « mt _ wanted to Introdroe this humane device . % A Mod paring bn «__ _ s oHered if you write to-lay . J The Quaker Novelty Co ., Salem , O , \ _____________ _ i _ oH- _„_ . _ •__&gt;__ . Positively cures CamWl fi *^« . ^ -k ^____ tarrh , Hay Fever . Colds , if * -., JI _* _ -H Neuralgia , Headache , m . fe - .-1 __ .. at l— Grippe , Pneumonia , l ^ rw IIIP ? Y r Asthma and Catarrhal yt , \ r ~ * I f A -A dealness ...
Page 21 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 21 March 1896
A Stitch in 1 ime Saves nine , says the old proverb , and lt is equally true that a little of the right medicine -when the first symptoms of trouble appear , will prevent long illness . Mr . J . F . Wassel , printer and publisher at D wight , 111 ., says : I neglected what seemed to be a Blight ailment until I became so broken down from rheumatism that I had to give up my work and became an invalid . I yielded to my wifes proposition to take Hood s Sarsaparilla . I used 2 bottles , and have entirely recovered my wonted strength and activity . I now put in full time in my office and enjoy life like a new man . My wife says Hood s SarsapariMa did it and insisted on my writing this letter of gratitude in acknowledgement ot the same . _ Be sure to get Hoods . _______ .- __ - _/ -. » &lt; - &gt; Dillo cure habitual constipanOOU S r - llOtlon . Price 25 cenu . has never been equaled for tbe Instant relief of Catarrh , Cold ln tbe Head and Heao ___ e . Cures Deafness , rest...
Practical Housekeeping [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 21 March 1896
Practical Housekeeping A Housekeeper s Assistant M ANX a girl has a special talent for or likes housework better than teaching or clerking ; but when obliged to earn her living , does not engage ia it on account of the social position of a hired girl . And many a woman with a large family would gladly pay an assistant who would be of equal social position , and treat her like a member of the family , to do the many things that she could not or would not ask the girl in the kitchen to do . Let me tell you of a position a friend of mine occupied before she was married . She had tried clerking and teaching , but did not like either very well . She heard of a position with a minister s wife , who had a large family and could not at the same time take care of the family and do justice to her duties as minister s wife , who wanted a young girl to stay with her , help with the lighter housework ( there being a strong girl In the kitchen to do the hard work ) , with the children , entertain...
Can Rheumatism Be Cured ?' [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 21 March 1896
Can Rheumatism Be Cured ? n HBUMO is a comparatively new remK edy and new name but rheumatism , which it cures , is as old as foggy weather and impoverished blood and , in fact , probably dates back as far as the origin of all disease and pain . Since the memory of our grandfathers involuntary groans and the patient suffering of our mothers and grandmothers it has been thought to be one of the Ills that flesh is heir to , and that it is the duty of elderly people , and sometimes young people , to grin and bear it . In short , the idea-prevails that rheumatism is generally incurable , that people may live to a good old age and pass most of their days or nights in more or less acute pain from this cause . Now , we wish to combat this idea as a heresy . Rheumatism Is usually owing to a condition of the blood which is capable of change . The right remedy will remove tbe cause and the pain will cease . We have seen testimonials from people residing in different states which lead us to be...
Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 21 March 1896
WHERE DID TOU GET THIS COFFEE . Had the Ladles Aid Society of our Church out for tea , forty of them , and all pronounced the German Coffeeberry equal to RIol Salzer s catalogue tells you all about it ! 35 packages Earliest vegetable seeds $ 1 . 00 . If you will cut this out and send with 15 c . stamps to John A . Salzer Seed Co ., La Crosse , Wis ., you will get free a package of above great coffee seed and our 148 page catalogue ! Catalogue alone 5 c . for mailing . BABYHOOD , The Ilother s Nursery Guide . IP |* 00 SllverandGoldWatcheslOf Clubs -ith WRITE a year s TOR scription Premium to Li « tf Babyhood * -t *~ 9 * . e * i . oo BABYHOOD PUB . CO . a year . New York City .
Page 23 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 21 March 1896
3 423 FREE AND GUARANTEED § Absolutely cures Rheumatism , Sciatica , Neuralgia , Dyspepsia , Backache , Asthma , Hay Fever Catarrn , Sleeplessness , Nervousness , Nervous and Neuralgic Headaches , Heart Weakness , Toothache , Earache , Croup , Swelling , La Grippe , Malaria ,, Creeping Numbness , BronchiTrade Mark , tis , Prevents Fevers . I have used tbe 5 DROPS you sent me and find tbat your circulars represent it honestly and 1 therefore enclose money Oder for w bleb send me one cozen large bottles . I gave some of tbe medicine to a person suffering very much wltb . Asthma and it relieved him so that he could go to sleep immediately . B __ . RAVEN- , * MarcH 7 . Bonnd Bock . Texas . Yoa will find enclosed . 1 . 00 , for which send me a Largo bottle of 5 DROPS . Tbe sample I _ ot cured my Uheumatism and I want to keep lt in tbe house . M . H . MCCOY , • March &amp; Box 155 , Van Weit , Ohio . Vour 5 DROPS bas helped my sister so much tbat I enclose 11 . 00 for another bott...