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Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 9 January 1886

WONDEBFU- NEW IttON-C-AD PLUM MARJANA FKUIT 8 , ORNAMENTALS , EVERGREENS , HOOT GRAFTS , CION 8 .-KP-: RYTHIrYa . STARK NURSERIE . _? ar ^ . ? . ° ; -i _ S !;?„ Irf TTERETT llPIANDS . TM — rtMP Combino volume —ith purity and TM THTTpff Combine lightness , elasticity , and TN FINISH Oombine bea 11 ti { ul design and best Send for Description and Net Cash Prices . ROOT H SONS MUSIC CO ., Chicago , HL OEOERICKS HAY PRESSES . AAA « rf e _« 0 •« , 9 tne customer <^««^ V % »* ___ L _ £ _ - _ feetpiiigtbeona c ^ ° \ \ . ° V 1 ^ __________ r 4 ]____ lhatBUlts Order on trial , address for circular and location of Western ami Southern Storetmutics and Agents . P . K . DEDERICK 6 . CO ., Albany , N . Y . tlentfon tbe Farm , Field and Stockman . , i j TlTAGNETISM ^ vil ] cure disease , renew all the vital - __ , forces , quicker than anv other remedies kn < jwn to man . The reason this powerful life force works so effectively is because it is part of the man . We are depen...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 9 January 1886

_ lWlltt _ m _ F _ FPO -SFFIfiS msM _? 8 Mim _ ff ^ IK I IK ¦ # ¦§ Bi ^ WE-iilVW SP-Oi . FEW EOUA-. M ¦ Will w x __ -= _ - _ __ wr _« TTT __ a _ FORISBB E Will be sent FREE to all who write for it . It 1 B a Handsome Book of 128 pngca , hundreds of benuti- _ fal newillastrations . two Colored Plates , and tells all about tho best Farm and Garden Seeds , hichid- D ing IMPORTANT Novelties of Seal Merit . Farmers , Market Gardeners and Planters who want the BEST SEEDS at the LOWEST PRICES send address on a postal to IW . ATLEE BURPEE & CO ., Philadelphia , Pa . I mmmmmMmmkmkMkmkMMMMMmmWkmMMMmwMw Always Mention the Farm , Meld and Stockman . The OLD RELIABLE STANDARD STOVER Improved . f SAISY e are flole Manufacturers < the Stover Pumping Wind Mills fc * L Grindin g Mill . Pimping water for Ml- .,,- ¦___ , » P % WIIIIMIII 5 miss . roads . . viuages . Subur--g-BJE-gM .. _ ra „ ....., . . ,. ban houses , Lawns , Dai- S 3 HMiBlt IHHrfHF Suited to the -wants of ranch-...

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Illinois State Board of Agriculture and Dairy Interests . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

Illinois State Board of Agriculture and Dairy Interests . The meeting at Springfield , 111 ., last week , took up among other matters the bogus butter question . The personal deputations and the communications on this subject were received in a friendly spirit . The Board not only pronounced against adulterations in dairy products , but against food adulterations in general . The discussion resulted in a strong me morial from the Board to Congress , asking national legislation against fraudulent foods , that shall include the carry iiig out of the legislation as well as the enacting of laws . This was also fortified by the Board by their action admitting tallow and lard products at the next State Fair and Live Stock Show . All these and theh commercial compounds are to be admitted , but without premium . The name of the maker must be attached , the precise composition of the article must be stated , and the whole verified by the oath of the maks er . It is a step in the right direct...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

PUBLISHED WEEKLY- BY HOWARD & WILSON PUB . CO . CHARLES H . HOWARD . EDITOR . J ONATHANP EBIAM , ( . Associate Editors . P . H . JACOBS , ) JAS . \ V . WILSON , BUSINESS MANAGER . THE FAKM , FIET . C ANP S TOCKMAN , under its new management , is intended to treat practically the _ rait variety of subjects related to Agriculture , StocKrJHm , . Gardening and Frnib-Rrowing . and to afford . iitertnmius and newsy reading for tho family . Its largo circulation in every State and Territory of theynion , onil in the British . Provinces , is proof that it is adapted to all parts of the country . Tor Subscription and Advertising terms see pageuM .

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Social Feeling Among Farmers . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

Social Feeling Among Farmers . It has been said that of all classes farmers are more secluded in their habits man others . The occupation of farming seems somewhat to deprive them of association , and yet many mistaken views of miming are indulged in . The great dread oirv ? ? * ^ have been accustomed to „ ., ; T , ilfe ls „ the supposed lonosomeness Tl , ; k , ° f cn J ° yment on the farms . In ,. ^ Ina ybe . truein some localities , but imS ?/ . ? ln a position to have more en2 _ 2 A ty * those wh 0 u ™ * the crowded cities . Farmers , however , seem to draw away from their associates and confine themselves closely to their homes . We see no reason why every agricultural community should not have a library , a lecture room , and public hall for social entertainment . Farmers are not compelled to drag tediously through the long winters , retiring to bed at sun-down , and shaking hands with their neighbors only when entering or leaving church on Sundays . There is no necessity for h...

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Butter Candles . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

Butter Candles . A tub of butter branded Wild Rose Creamery —what a sweet name—came into the possession of a West Side , Chicago , butcher . An idea struck him . Ho would have an expert test it . A few pounds were melted in an iron vesseh a few spoonfuls of a powder was thrown m , when it frothed up and a scum rose to the surface . This -1 removed , there was a strong odor of melted tallow ; cooled somewhat , the stuff was poured into moulds , and the result was thirteen pounds of candles , and Mr . Werner s shop , 029 West Lake street , was brightly illuminated with a mixture which Mr . Long , the operator , said originally was four and one-half pounds of butter to nine and onehnJf pounds of tallow . The candles burned as brightly and the odor was as strong as the old-f ashiohed dips of half a century ago . The price paid was twen ty-five cents per pound , but the good West Side butcher says he prefers real butter at forty cents . He thinks the wild rose would smell sweeter if made...

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News and Comment [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

News and Comment -Judge Washburn is the sophist of the Illinois Board of Agriculture , and he knows how to clinch his sophistries in an able and extended speech . —The Door Prairie Live stock Association report good results of their recent sales . One of their Clyde stallions wen . t this week , to Brown County , Ohio , and another to Huntington , Indiana . Week before last the Cleveland Bay stallion , Wellington , was sold to parties in Clark County , Illinois . i —The butterine makers have donated j $ 2 , 000 to the Illinois Board of Agriculture to be added to the premium list in the interests of real butter . These gentlemen must have pure butter and of the best to mix with their butterine , in order to sell it . The Board accepted the dona- j tion and added , it to tne <] U , ouu premiums in dairy classes , thus raising to $ 3 , 500 the premium list of that department of the next fair . —The Illinois State Board of Agriculture , at their late meeting at Springfield , ...

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Climatic Influence on Plants , [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

Climatic Influence on Plants , The climate exerts greater influence upon plants than all other conditions combined . We cannot rival England in the production of plantB indigenous to her climate , as has been demonstrated in the attempt to grow rye grass , vetches , sanpoin and gooseberres in this country , nor can we compete with her in root crops , grapes , and certain garden vegetables . But England cannot grow corn , nor can she produce superior crops of peaches , tomatoes , or melons . It is the difference between a humid atmosphere and one that is warm and dry . * Nor need we go across the ocean for a comparison . In America we have such diversities ef soil and climatic changes , comparing one section with another , that the results of experiments at certain points often mislead those who adopt the methods employed at remote localities . Then there are differences in the systems of cultivation , for changes are constantly occurring . Even when the test of practical experience ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

Indian Squaw Corn . It is stated as a curiosity that seed from Indian Squaw corn , black outside and white within , ears hardly average in length , but well filled with large , broad grains , has been distributed from the New Orleans Exposition . The so-called Squaw varieties of Indian corn are well known as varying in color , even to blue black in the case of Mexican sweet corn . None are valuable , except the sweet variety , as compared with the profitable sorts in general cultivation . The white and yellow varieties of field oorn are what bring money in the market . Something Abont Drainage . The drainage of a field affects not only the soil but the crops . The object in drainage is not only to carry off the surplus water , but also to allow of the admission of air and warmth . If continued rams fall upon heavy soils the water neither flows off nor downward , in some cases , and the soil consequently not only remains cold , but is dependent for relief upon evaporation , which mak...

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A Hardy Blackberry . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

A Hardy Blackberry . MB . EDITOB : What Is the hardiest blackberry for very changeable ollmate ajM the mode of cultivation to insure a good crop ? _ H . a . 1 J . Canton , Fulton Co ., III . A NSWER : The Turner , without doubt . Plant in rows five feet apart , by four feet in the row , if you have plenty of room . Keep clean , and nrune the canes to about three feet in height . Protect the canes by ty ing if necessary . Millo MaizeMa . BDITOB : Please give me information through your columns In regard to Millo Maize . When should it be out and fed ? Q . C . D . Stockton , Fla . A NSWER : This crop , like all forage plants , if to be . fed green , should be cut during full succulence . If intended to be used as dried fodder , the best time is probably just as the seed is passing into the dough state . The Bohemian Oat Swindlers . MB . Enrroa : What do you know about Bohemian oats ? BLODOETT . Delaware Co ., Ind . ANSWER : Bohemian oats are simply hulless oats known for half a centur...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

AtMsts . ___¦ __ #% !_> TO Harden Guide MPR * C __¦_¦ IB EBBM to aU . You should __>) WE . ar ™ MM ^ Shnve It . Best varieties , % _ S — — mmw m * w * n tested , at low prices . ¦ SScOIdB-kBBO ., See _« men , l * eH » , Iowa . Mention tho Farm , Field and Stockman . CTAIIEIC UIDIW All leading Strawberries STONE 9 IIAllll I Hn » i _ berHe .. e .- „| . e « und Small Fruits . STOWEBHAKI .- Blackberry Is our specialty . BeBtnlantB . Lowest Prices . Send Sl ^ h ^ E xmcKBim Mention the Farm , Field and Stockman . WHITE STAR OATS . Best in the Vforld . Weigh SO pounds to tho bushel . Yield 130 bushels to the acre . Extra early . It pays better to ratee them by 100 per cent thnn wheat . Price per quart , postpaid , 50 cents . Agents wanted . AddresB W . W . WOODWOK . TH , Irwin , Ohio . Mention the Form , Field and Stockman . •«*_»_ JL _ A l-MEISB ^*^©© _^ D _|||^^| li _ M _ i ^ in ^ rrsraT £ iKdf MRRRMmMmVRtmMHkrbeMsas . Bulbs , Toolt . & c . __ H ________...

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HORTI CULTURE . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

HORTI CULTURE . Plants in Booms . Hortioola in Baral New Yorker says t „ e chief drawback to the successful cultivation of plants in rooms is the dry air . ThisCe- to be much less when woodtaming stoves were in common use . We Zld at that time grow certain kinds of S in rooms with a good degree of Ss which now prove to be utter f ail8 , re T The best plait that I have tried to S fl * difficulty , is a table the size of Se window , withstrips three inches wide iwlon the edge of the top , and lined ihzinc The top of the table is filled im with clean sand , which catches the dSp when the plants are watered , and is always wet enough to yield a certain amount of evaporation , which diffuses itself among the plants , and goes far to keep them in good condition . Besries , the floor of the room is never soiled . Bein * an old grower of plants in rooms , I am often amused when I see the kinds of Slants frequently recommended by some of the professional florists . They sometimes with the be...

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The Sparrow in Horticulture . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

The Sparrow in Horticulture . The sparrow has come to be known in the United States as an unmitigated nuisance . Some alleged horticulturist in Philadelphia is , we believe , responsible for their introduction into America . They are quarrelsome , drive away useful birds , and themselves live on seeds and fruits . From England now comes the news that they should be destroyed . The only good tning we have ever heard is that they make a good pot-pie . So does an old hen , and much cheaper than the sparrow . The last wail comes from the Fruit Growers Association of Ontario . The little villains have crossed the lakes into Canada . The report of a committee of the Canadian society says they have paid especial attentton to the Btudy of the food of birds , particularly to that of the English sparrow , and that no member of the committee has been able to give a favorable re - port even on one count ; in every instance the harm more than counterbalances the good . Also from Belleville the r...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

AWatermelon Free ! —___—_ S—_ IE S — __ i— £ — 2 j | 5 —__ H ____ . TIIE Kolb Gem Melon was tested lost season , nnd proved to be the sweetest , finest-flavored lle on crown , and will stand shipping ns tar as any variety . My seed is grown in the North . I wi 1 send free a package of the fl cd to any one sending me a list of five or more names to mail my catalogue to , of market gardeners or lanncrs who buy seeds . S . F . liimnmil . Seedsman , 159 West Ilandolph St ., Chicago . mention tbe Form , Field anil Stockman .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

Still Harping on Wool . The Texas Stoclmnan still places its faith in the Merinos , despite all that may have been urged against wool . It has , however , advanced a step , as follows : Large Merinos , with smooth bodies and long wool , are the most desirable sheep because they are hardy , shear well , and the wool sells well , and tho lambs will sell at a good price , or it will pav to winter . There Is much more gain in wintering a flock of such lambs than in feeding old sheep , as tho latter will only fill up , while tho lambs will perhaps double in weight , with a proportionate growth of wool . Not a word about mutton in the above . Wool is the object , but lambs are not overlooked . Bight there is where the Stockman makes its mistake . The Merino lambs are too slow in growth , while such sheep are rather small for producing large carcasses . A Merino lamb requires considerable pushing to reach forty pounds weight , and when it does attain the • proper size he is too late in the...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

SCOTCH COLLIE SHEPHERD HAA * Pans by imported Clyde , » 5 each , sent 111111 V 1 0 . 0 . D . Address , with stamp , \ V . A . III | l «_\ WIOKHAM , Cedar Bluffs , Cedar Co ., Ia . UUvV Hention the Farm , Field nnd Stockman . DOOR PRAIRIE Live Stock Association ! Boor Tillage , LaForte Co ., In .., <_ L IMPOBTEBS A DBEEDEBB OF . ______ ¦ ______ . CLYDE S DALE iflfe . — AHD — _____ Pf _____ I _ CLEVELAND BAY H 0 RSES . W BmWk _ Ve- _ - Z- _ c- _ pc * -rtc- « io-a . « Txas _ - _ kac-ri-vocl ! WE now have a choice lot , selected by one of tho firm with reference to style , action and quiii . Sty , combined with good pedigrees trac ng through Fire and dam to the prize-winners of Great Britain , loo stallions ana mares to select from . Also colt . from imported sires and dams and grades of our own breeding . Call and seethem . Correspondence BoLicited . Mention the Farm . Field nnil Stockman . __ Vt . - \ 7 S MT . I- > XJ __ Sr _ E _ C J _ V _ lVI Wayne , Da Page Co ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

Measuring the Food . The food is given in a fixed quantity in Jay cases , without regard to the conS ; s of the season or the quality of the pasture . Some farmers seem to think that because the cows have a large area for a pasture they must tlr-rive a large proportion of the food from that source , and they do not sup- „„ f 0 r a moment that itis their duty to measure the grain and allow the cows what they really require . A certain measure is given night and morning , the entire rear , as though the duty was performed by giving the usual allowance . Although the cows are given , perhaps , all tiie hav ot fodder at night that they can pi . vet much depends upon the kind of nasturage . If the grass is insufficient , or inferior in quality , the grain should be increased , and the safest rule , therefore , is t 0 aire them all they will eat , but it should be measured , so as to enable the . armors to keep an account of the quantity consumed by each animal . By so doing it will only ...

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