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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 June 1884

IA. H. V. A \ ri < , R , Q HaIr Vigor curea adness . ¦ **• X XviXV CT Hair Vigor restores youthful freshness and color to faded and gray hair . It attains these results by the « tim . ulation of the hair roots and color glands . It rejuvenates the TT A TT » and cleanses it . It restores to tho I _ . ___ XA \ i that , either by reason of age or diseases of the scalp , has become dry , harsh and brittle , a pliancy and glossy silken softness of extreme beauty . There is no dye in Aycr s *^ lr _ . T _ r _ r _ lg _ TO and tho good it does is by the » lUVH it imparts to the follicles , and the cleanliness and hcaltbfulncss of the condition in which it maintains the scalp . A 17 T ( , T ? Q 1 H , llr Vi S ° r renews the hair . JX . X XYIAi S 3 Ilalr Vigor is tho best cure known for Brashy Iluir , Scald Head , Itching Humors , Tetter Sores , Torpid Follicles , and all other diseases of the scalp that cause the falling of tho TT e TT » nnd Its fading . Nothing cleanses -tLalXii o...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 June 1884

AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY FAB 5 I EXPERIMENTS . BV r . H . JACOBS . If farmers could be made to realize the fact that tho soil demands special kinds of food in order to produce certain crops , onr system of farming would be entirely different ; aud as soils vary in character , no two farms can be manured alike , nor can even a small sample from a particular field be analyzed as demonstrating the nature and requirements of the whole , for every square foot of soil varies in some degree from that adjoining . Potash may be abundant in loamy , rich looking soils , and good crops of clover may be Brown on such , but if they are deficient in a single element—for instance , phosphoric acid—the crop of corn or wheat that follows the clover may not be satisfactory , which often occurs , and the farmer is at a loss to account for failure where he had expected the best results . Every fanner can act as a chemist himself , not by skillful manipulation in the laboratory , but by actual experiment ,...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
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THE GARDEN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 June 1884

THE GARDEN Turnips . Sow tho white flat varieties . Use an excess of seod and keep the ground clean . In July use the rutabagas . This crop is one of the best grown in tho garden , but has been transferred to the field , tho consequence being that the majority of farmers do not have an early supplyf or the table . Make the seed bod for turnips fine and nice , sow in rows and use the hoo vigorously . They are a delicacy early in the season . Tomatoes . If you did not got out your plants last month , do so at once . Do not wait for your own to como , but buy a fow plants , as no garden is complete without this king of vegetables . It is a profuse , bearer , blossoming and ripening fruit at tho samo time . For conning tho Trophy is excellent , and so is tlie General Grant . Fasten them to stakes , pinch back all laterals , and keep the ground free from grass and weeds . In other words , as this is somewhat late for tomatoes , you must push them as much as possible . Asparagus Beds . Cu...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 June 1884

Lamplighter . Our illustration is of the splendid Victoria boar Lamplighter , bred by Messrs . Geo . F . Davis & Co ., Dyer , Lake County , Ind . Lamplighter won the sweepstakes at tlie Illinois State Fair last September , over tlie Chester Whites and Victorias . At that time he was only nine months old , weighed 340 pounds and was a sure stock getter . He is a direct descendant of the Moss Rose family , who have been so successful in the prize rings wherever shown . At St . Louis last October Lamplighter won first honors for best boar of any age , and headed the herd that won first premium for best boar and four sows . He was sold by his owners at the close of the St . Louis fair for $ 100 , as they had bred from him as far as they could with propriety . It is safe to assert that Lamplighter is one of the finest boars ever bred , and the Victorias ore also becoming very popular . Short Staple . The difference between six months clips and years clips in value , says the ...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
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WllIfr ^ tt ^ r ^ Sll ^ wlHt ^ SsHlla . BfSm ^ Sl JBIJMK [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 June 1884

WllIfr ^ tt ^ r ^ Sll ^ wlHt ^ SsHlla . BfSm ^ Sl JBIJMK How to Make a Lacquer . To make a lacquer , for lining pools and tanks used in dairies , cheese lactones and creameries , and for water-proofing floors of dairies and domestic water tanks , pails , etc ., tlie following is given : Twelve pounds of common linseed-oil varnish is heated in a proper vessel , and in another , three and a quarter pounds of fresh quick lime is niixcd with one quart of water ; as soon as the lime and water arc in a state of effervesccnsc , five and a half pounds of melted Indiarubber ( the pure gum ) is added and stirred into the lime mixture . This is then added , with a sufficient stirring to make a thorough mixture , to the hot varnish . The mixture is then strained and cooled . For use it is thinned with sufficient hot varnish and applied hot with a brush . This may be used for wood , stone , cement , brickwork , cloth or paper , and is entirely water and air proof . —Home Journal . Coloring Butte...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
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IHiaHMIl i ^ m __ m ___ m [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 June 1884

IHiaHMIl i \^ m __ m ___ m Keep off the Vermin , This can ouly bo done by the strictest cleanliness . The fowls will not lay if thoy are afflicted with lice , and it is no use endeavoring to get rid of them unless the houses are clean . A dust bath is the remedy used by the fowls , and if given an opportunity will clean themselves thoroughly ol every vestige of lice . As soon as the lice aro off , however , the fowls become subject to their attacks again as soon as they go back in the coops , unless their roosting places and quarters are thoroughly purified and made as clean as possible . Drive the lice away , make the coops disagreeable to them , and you will be rewarded with eggs , and freedom from disease . Nearly all diseases may be attributed to vermin , which debilitate the system and lower the vigor of the fowls . Whitewash is indispensable , and should be used freely . Apply it hot , give the walls an air of cheerfulness , and the fowls will thrive . Pekin Ducks . The advant...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
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THE ORCHARD . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 June 1884

THE ORCHARD . Strawberry Runners . How to procure plenty of runners from a few plants is an easy matter . It is now too late to set out young plants , but if the runners aro desired the first tiling to do is to clean away tho weeds and grass and wort up the whole bed to a soft , fine state . Then , as the plants send out tho shoots that produco the runners , press down the joints and let the end shoot still push forward , in order to make as many runners as possible . By training them , giving plenty of room and watching every opportunity for forming a new plant , the number of new runners will bo largely increased , be more vigorous from clean cultivation and can be dug up and transplanted more easily . In order , however , to have good runners , everything must be cleaned off the ground except the plants producing them . The Apple Tree Borer It is useless for a single grower to attempt to destroy tlie millers and bores unless the neighbors assist him . He may destroy all that infe...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 June 1884

Taken at the Flood . Of making books there is no end , hut few indeed of the ventures launched upon the sea of literature enter the harbor of successful popularity without encountering severe storms or long delaying calms . Many noble efforts well freighted with treasures of thought , and embarked under the favorable auspices of kindly wishes , words of cheer , founder in sight of the shores they have just left . The inevitable law of supply and demand rules . Countless works of intrinsic value are shelved to bide their opportunity , and frequently find patient waiting no loss . The time and tide of public affairs occasionally waft a book with almost incredible celerity into a flood of fame and fortune . The latest instance of this effect is due the awakened interest in Egyptian affairs . Seven or eight editions of the life of Gen . Gordon , by Dr . Hake , have succeeded each other as rapidly as the press could supply them , aud 25 , 000 copies of a penny memoir have been issued to ...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 June 1884

¦• To Hit In Sunshine calm and sweet . CONDUCTED DY HELEN STANNARD . A BUD OF JUNE . 1 IY MART A . P . STAXSWVM : A clear brook ran through the violet sward . And a spreading oak tree kept icatch and ward Over a cottage , old and brown . Just at the edge of the quiet town . A little lonesome , a little gray . Had the small rooms seemed on a cloudy day . Till that morn in June when the baby came : Xow . sunshine or cloud , it was all the same . ****** Ac rose leaves ever were daintier-sweet Than the baby splnk-Jlnshetl hunils and feet . And all the birds in the woods that sung Might have envied her lisping , silvery tongue . Day by day , in tbe open door Stood the mother s wheel on the whitewood floor : To and fro with the thread she went . Lapped in a dream of sweet content . On his homeward vath at the set of sun . The weary father—his day s work done—Like an isle of rest saw the collage rise , Aud its beacons twain were the baby s eyes . Good Sense , Good Heart , Wit and Genius . ...

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Farm , Field ^ Fireside [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 June 1884

Farm , Field ^ Fireside PUBLISHED THE FIRST OF EACH MONTH , Subscription Price * $ 1 . 00 per Year , In advance Single Numbers , 10 Cents * Subscription * may be sent direct to the office , or giver to any of our authorized traveling agents . ChunigQH . —Subscribers wishing to change their Post Office address must send their former as well as the address to whieh they wish their paper sent . Itemlttaiice * . — Money may be sent at our risk by postal order , express order , in aregisiered letter or by draft Buyable in New York or Chicago , or by express . > ont send personal checks on local banks as we will not accept them . —Stamps . —One or two cents taken j n sums less than one dollar . Correnpaiidence .-We invite correspondence on subIeets of interest to our readers , for either the Farm or lomo Departments , but respectfully request that all such articles shall be short and concise . Compensation . —Where compensation is requested , the price must accompany each artic...

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__ , /_ r-7 7 , _ f ___—_ y ___[\__ { _/ ______ V if * /\ }§ 1 a IIJiEKr v / Conducted by Adonis . Original contributions and solutions are solicited from all readers of FAEM , FIELD AND FIRESIDE . Items of interest pertaining to Puzzledom will be gladly received . Obsolete words must not be used . Address all communications to HERMAN BEYEB , 57 ( i Market St ., Newark , N . J . AK 8 WERS TO PUZZLES OP MARCH . I . David . 8 . D ~ l 7 » l » - RAPPED 2 . Woe-be-gone GENET ADARCE 3 . AZOIC DELUDER £ ARIAN ZEBRA INULINE gRIgSS OBOES BEDIZEN ECARTE IRENE TENET DENSER CASES REN 10 . 1 Flax , 2 OrI . 1 T-in-e . 8 7 . Participate , ange , 3 S-melt , Tone 3 T-hem-e 8 . Padnag . 4 O-live 5 D-ace . 0 Oxygen . II . Butler ; Mahone . THE SONG OF THE SQUARE . BY ANDOX With pen and paper and ink , And volumes heavy and rare . A poser sat at his ebony desk , Solving an intricate square . Search ! Search ! Search ! For a word that never was there , And still with a sob and sorrowful sigh He sang the...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
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WHO TOLD ? [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 June 1884

WHO TOLD ? Who told Kitty Clyde that the summer leas coming , With songbirds , and blossoms and dew : t met her lust , now and a tune she teas humming , Far sweeter than any I knew . Who told Kitty Clyde that the summer was coming ! Bid you , little sparrow , did you ? Not I , Jennie Wren , for I start out so early . Before theres a leaf on the tree . That every one seems to look solemn and surly , And wont pay attention to me . For summer is late , though the sparrow is early : So I didnt tell her , you see ! Who told her , I wonder ? The roses could never Have whispered the secret so soon ; For though they are very delightful and clever . Their hearts are not open till June ; And not any bird thatlknow of could ever Have taught her so pretty a tune . A robin flew down in the midst of the clatter , The noise had preventeil his rest . And he listened awhile to the chipperlng chatter . As he stroked the bright plumes on his bretist . Who told Kilty Clyde ? 0 % what matter , what matt...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
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The Little Rough House . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 June 1884

The Little Rough House . Many years ago there stood on a narrow country road , three miles from Hamburg and just on the edge of the village of Horn , an old weath-er-beaten cottage , the resort of tlie roughest class of loafers and drinkers in the surrounding neighborhood . The acre of ground attached to the decaying house received no cultivation , and , covered with weeds , bushes and ditches , presented a most unsightly appearance , relieved only by a magnificent chestnut tree that spread its leafy screen over and about the mouldering cottage roof . This unattractive , almost desolate spot was destined to become noteworthy in history , not because of any crime or romance connected with it , bnt through the humble efforts of an unasBuming , almost obscure man , who there wrought out a great and beautiful problem of humanity , the redeeming aud civilizing of the frightfully degraded children , who , poor unfortunates , born in vice and trained in crime , crowd the city Btreets , kno...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
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Experimental Archery . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 June 1884

Experimental Archery . Once fairly entered at college , V . Greeu determined to vigorously uphold all the institutions of the University , and forthwith joined the archer } and cricket clubs . Equipping himself with a carefully selected , fancy wood bow , arrows , belt , quiver , guards , tips , tassels , and grease pot , he felt himself prepared to conquer on the archery field . Of course it would be almost impossible to miss a shot when the target was so large , and the well poised arrow flew so lightly through the air . But alas ! the mere stringing of the bow was attended with unheard of difficulties , and quite unstrung poor Verdant s nerves . Do what he would it was always slipping from Ids instep , twisting the wrong nay , or doing something so dreadfully unpleasant he was actually obliged to ask help from his friends . This difficulty overcome , the arrows would wobble , and insist upon going anywhere but into the target , big as it was . Unfortunately , one went into the bo...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
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The Birthday of the Rose . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 June 1884

The Birthday of the Rose . The rose-tree quivered with rapturous Joy As the bright fune morning smiled ; For close to her heart , in loving embrace , There nestled a bud , iclth a fair , mveelface . Her flrtiJ > orn beautiful child . In fairy lore and old traditions roses have always played a most important part , and from the very beginning of the Christian era were regarded as a sacred flower . Many exquisite and touching legends have been related about the origin of roses . The following is one current in The Holy Land : A pure and innocent maiden had been falsely accused of crime , and was doomed to horrible torture and death by tire . The fatal day came ; the young girl was led out to suffer and die before the multitude . Fagots were piled about her and suddenly a cruel tongue of flame licked hungrily at the dry wood . Then the victim , inspired by faith , lifted up her voice in prayer : Dear Lord , thou knowest I am innocent , save me ! A rain of pitying tears fell ...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
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From An Autobiography . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 June 1884

From An Autobiography . LEAF m . I was aroused from a comfortable nap by the coachman jerking away the afghan . and then heard the lady , who had already dismounted , calling me from the sidewalk . For answer , I made a sudden leap , landing safely on I her nice warm muff . Why , you rascal ! she began , but as her eyes met mine she burst into a genuine peal of laughter , then , without more ado , carried me up the long walk toward a house , which at first had evidently been a small cottage , whose original proportions were almost lost in the numberless additions acquired from time to to time . A neat maid servant answered the bell . You see I ve come back . Susan , said the lady pleasantly . Yes , Miss James , answered the girl glancing curiously at me . Down a long hall the lady bore me , swiftly , almost noiselessly , and stopping at the farthest door turned tho knob very gently . The winter s day was near its close , but the gas softly shaded tilled the room beyond with a soft p...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
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Letter Box . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 June 1884

Letter Box . OAHE , DAE ., April 11 , 1884 . EDITOR CHILDEEN S DEPABTMENT : I saw in the April number of the FARM , FIELD AND FIRESIDE , an invitation to us children to write to you , Papa subscribed for your papei for the flrst time this vear , and we like it so much . I am reading Helen Rolleston s Lover , and like it very much . Yon want to know which part of the Children s Department ive like most . I enjoy letters , and also the Home Department with its directions for inexpensive decorations and amusements . We came to Dakota last fall , and live just across the river from the reservation . There are some flowers in bloom now , and the grass is getting green . I have not gone to school this winter , but have studied at home . I study very few branches at home ; History of France , Geography and Felters Second Arithmetic . I am twelve years old ; my only sister is nine . I hope a great many children will write , and our letter box be full . LYNN . We are much pleased to receive ...

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FALSELY ACCUSED ; OR , Helen Kolleston ' s Lover . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 June 1884

FALSELY ACCUSED ; OR , Helen Kolleston s Lover . The Most Interesting and Fasci nating Story Ever Written . BY CHARLES BEADS . SYNOPSIS . The reader is introduced to merchant Wardlaw and son—the former the head of an old and honored mercantile establishment in London , a man of strict integrity , and hard as iron ; the latter a fast young uiun , has just passed the Oxford examination under the severe tutoring of his intimate friend , the Rev . Robert Penfold . The son has led a fast life at college , gambled and in debt , and hopos to take up his father s business and pay his own urgent obligations . The son 1 B a remarkable imitator with Eencil and pen . A note for two thousand pounds signed y Wardlaw , Sr ., and endorsed by Penfold . has been discounted by a bill broker , and found to be a forger } -. Penfold is arrested , found guilty , and sentenced to penal servitude in Australia . The son , Arthur Wardlaw , mean , time falls madly in love with General Rolleston B daughter Hele...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
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ANGELS OF GOD . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 June 1884

ANGELS OF GOD . m- KU . A WHEELER . Angels of Ood , if men would call on Thee . In all their dally strivings , toll and grief . There is no thing they might not do or be . Strange mtraeles are wrought by firm belief ; Thou toerl created with the first great plan To help , to strengthen aud toupllft man . Angels of God ! Angels of Ood , whatever I have icon , Borne or resisted , which lias lifted me Above my baser self , lias all been done Thro the sweet strength shed on my soul by Thee ; What worth , what glory now , might be my dower . Had Tbut leaned more fully on thy power . Angels of God ! Angela of Ood , there is no earthly ill . No pain , no sickness , no disease so fell . Thou can st not heal It : no poor h uman skill Canread the secrets which thou knowest so well : The Mind may see , the lame may walk again Iftltey appeal to Thee , and not to men . Angels of Ood ! Angels of Ood , in this tremeiuloue war Between the bodys passions and the mind . The moral force , the strength...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 June 1884

CHIIIT RnVCC Bend for Circular . Colby & Co ! ¦ HUH DUAEOBenton Harbor , Mich . KANew Enameled Ohromo Cards for 1884 . name or OU 10 c . Prize with 3 packs . POTTER & CO .. Mon towese . Conn . IT PAY 9 * ° ¦* our Hana Rubber Stamps . Samples U ^ nfiU *«*• F OUAHBE & Co .. Cleveland . 0 . Cfl New Chromos , no 2 alike , name on 10 c . 13 pi . $ 1 . wUprizesgiven . E . D . Gilbert , P . M . Higganum ,. Ot .,

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