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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 4 January 1896

1896 - . ^ im When love * s ^ v .-. _ r * _ Jw * _ , knocks at a woOsj K TP » jyman s heart he ** OSo F / aril usually comes in ^ Z ^ vJ n / J ) A I disguise . Doesnt * -- ^ - ~ ^ I l \ -tmY A \ I want it known *^ v «^ - ^( * 4 « I what he s up to . ^ --O ^ O —0 * U If . she knew all _ r . ~^^ 0 *<^ , * « » ^ about the little I ^ B ^^ T-.- ^ ^> rascal , would she ^ ^ 1 - , let him in ? That s a question . Pi j Women are apt to look upon r 1 - -, love and marriage as purely JX ~ \ 1 -1 a matter of sentiment and af- *\ \ ~ fection . That is pretty nearly J • ritrht • vet there is a practical f > , * SSe to it too ; and the best way V ^ I : to preserve the ideal aspect of K \ vM • mamage and maternity is not !\ \ im % l to forget the practical part of >/ a __ W - ft A woman cannot be a thor- __ W \ h oughly happy wife and mother _ PM _ ftkl- unless the distinctive physical * k mVJ organism of her sex is in a 1 W . healthy and vigorous condi- ...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 4 January 1896

1 obacco . No crop varies more in quality according to grade of fertilizers used than tobacco . Potash is its most important requirement , producing a large yield of finest grade leaf . Use only fertilizers containing at least 10 % actual JL Otd / Sii ( K , o ) in form of sulphate . To insure a clean burning leaf , avoid fertilizers containing chlorine . 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 sent free for the asking . OERMAN KALI WORKS , 03 Nassau St .. New York . nomloal / x ^ J ^ Ms . I Bnpplementaiy Detaehablt / / K ^^ H \ T \ Wide Tire can be attached ot / / ] m a \ A detached to any farm or ltun- / fl ta V—9 \ her wagon . Thousands ln uaa . , I _ fc = d _| I Will send a sample Mt oa i I B J ( Til trial to good parties . OoM V I ¦ — H IIII reference or property nut- ^¦ L I H / 71 —en . required . Address ^ L rj ...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
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Garden and Orchard [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 4 January 1896

Garden and Orchard Hardy Chrysanthemum V ERY little is written or said about this valuable branch of this great family . There are those who do not care _ to raise the tender kinds , so here is . a variety just suited to • their wishes . We are referring now to the beautiful yellow or golden variety , as this is the one with which we have had the most experience . It blooms very late , and is likely to be caught by the frost , but when the plants are well cultivated and watered and the winter not too early they bloom profusely . There are also various ways of protecting them and they can be easily potted or transplanted in frames or boxes and placed in a sunny situation in some building and succeed admirably . The flowers are not alone the chief delight of this valuable plant ; the foliage is wonderfully fine and pleasing , being delicately cut and of a peculiar or rather odd green shade . The plants make an adequate background for other flowers and are useful for border work . They...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
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Notes [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 4 January 1896

Notes —At the recent meeting of the Iowa State Horticultural Society , the exhibit of fruit was the largest if * the history of the society , that of apples being especially fine . —Peanuts have been successfully raised in Arizona this year . One man near Phoenix had a crop of 300 sacks . The first load of peanuts ever shipped from Phoenix left there last week . —One can get large-sized flowers from pansies by making the soil quite rich . When buds show apply some sort of liquid fertilizer . In this way you will succeed in getting some large flowers ., but your plants will not be benefited by the forcing resulting from this treatment . —Ladies Home Journal . —Connecticut produced 50 , 000 baskets of peaches last summer , and sever companies have been formed to plant large peach orchards and cultivate them on the most approved plan . Those who have given attention to the subject say that peach trees in the northern states will bear at least seven years in ten , and that the faraner w...

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 4 January 1896

of Grain , Potatoes , Corn , send for new and beauO . B . WHITE « fc SON , Box C , Miller Corners , N . Y . EJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII HIIinilUIIHIlUIIIIUUII h ^ m ^ s J BEST and CHEAPEST . Catalogue and full treatise on spraying fruit B and vegetable crops mailed free . Address § = WM . STAHL , QUINCY , ILL . IlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllUIIIIIIIIIIIU . F » ° D s U . € § S 31 I FFnS BOOKA J LLVIJ OF vBisV ^ asT Largestyieldingcorn , oafa PllrllPC O B _ VV-1 L * 4 * potatoes . Fruits , plants uHUIUL 2 _ V ^ Jlky and trees . Accurate desTEOTCfl ii ^ -Bl crlpttons . Honey-saving I CO I til m 70 % !—Wem , - i <><> l > - Write today it s GADDCII st * ralgTglFree . M you plant a tree bAHUCN WftS , TOKI S 0 W a seed you need It CI flUIED m V _/ 7 l ! la mr _ lt vou are a market cardrLDWCnBWt ^/^ JPener . letusknowlt . Men- & CICI fl HA . P * AmW * i ° n this paper . F...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
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Farm Animals [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 4 January 1896

Farm Animals Some Good Stock TO the Editor . Dear Sir : —Tlie University , of Illinois has taken no uncertain steps in establishing its live stock interests upon solid ground . It has just purchased from Smiths & Powells Company an excellent well-bred Holstein heifer , and also the bull Clothilde Admiral . The Admiral comes Clothilde Admiral . The Admiral comes to the institution with all the credit of his seventeen nearest female ancestors having average records of nearly 17 , 000 pounds of milk a year . A bargain has just been closed with Mr . W . A . Harris , of Linwood , Kansas , by which the university becomes the owner of the Cruickshank bull Ladrone . The dam of this young Shorthorn is Imported Lavender 34 th , one of the most successful products of the famous breeder , Amos Cruickshank , oi Sittyon , Scotland . Such purchases as these are significant They speak in no uncertain words of the intentions of the institution . When the university can bring to its barns...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 4 January 1896

HAVE YOU CATABBH ? im ? bS 1 * a _ SH I ? m ?? 5 r J ro , n , oantr I , rlthont * *<» of SlSh fc . &< _*> H . G . Colman , Ob-mlst , Kalamasoo , ) nlrmnrt _? . tr J al PMtaW of his catarrh cure . His »•« cents . Judge for yourself . Mention ttUs oaner

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Fireside
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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 4 January 1896

S STEKETEES I Hog Cholera Cure Greatest discovery known for the euro of fPINWORMSJ IN HORSES What People Say of Steketee s Hog Cholera Cure . ) > M . M . JOHNSON-. Lehigh , Neb .: I gave Stek- _ etee s Bog Cholera Cure to mv tick bogs . It put } a move to the worms , and the pigs soon began to 4 4 eat and grow fat . k F . J . HOLDEIOIAX , Morris , 111 , after having : < used one package , writes : Send me two bun- a dred pounds . A W . W . 8 TAMBAUQH , Kunkle , 0 .: I used yourL Hog Cholera Cure lor worms ln horses . It 5 \ fetobed the worms out of the horses a flying . £ J Price uOo at the drug stores , 60 c by mall . Address f . G . G . STEKETEE , GRAND RAPIDS , MICH . r Six packages for 12 . 00 . and pay your own ex- _ press . Cut this out and take It to your druggist , f ^ % ar _ m- ^—__ ^ W——^ . — . —^ . e _ Wm ^ w . ^^ w— % ) U J fl j U M V ( V [ J V ( V i _ \ U V M 9 ^^ KS /^/^/^ 9 f ^ J ^ J ^/^ Please mention Farm , Field and glresMss , JL JACKS m JENNE...

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Practical Dairying [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 4 January 1896

Practical Dairying The Dairy Division THE appointment of J . H . Monrad as a dairy expert by the United States Department of Agriculture , mentioned a short time ago in these columns , was but a link in tie chain , or one cog in the wheel of the Dairy Division of the United States Department of Agriculture . The chief of the division is Major Alvord , formerly of the Oklahoma Experiment Station . His principal assistant is R . A . Pearson , a graduate of Cornell University , who has for some years been engaged in practical creamery work and high class milk business in Philadelphia . • Two general clerical assistants have been transferred to the division from other offices of the department . Besides Mr . Monrad , whose headquarters are in Chicago , the following gentlemen have been appointed experts : Mr . Levi Chubbuck , Secretary of the Missouri State Dairymen s Association * for that state , Kansas and vicinity , and Mr . B . D . Gilbert , for several years Secretary of the New Y...

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Notes [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 4 January 1896

Notes —In Canada the effort has been made to see Wow good the cheese could be made for export , whereas the fact is that a large amount of fraudulent or counterfeit cheese has been sent over to our British cousins , and the fraud has Continued to such an extent that they have concluded that it is best not to buy cheese from the United States . —At the meeting of the Minnesota State Dairymen s Association forty-three packages of creamery butter and twenty of dairy were exhibited . The highest score in the separator class was given to the Milton Dairy Co ., St . Paul , Minn ; 99 . S . J . Stewart , Janesville , Minn ., received 98 % points . In the gathered cream class , Herman Bach , Spring Valley , Minn ., received 97 % points . T , O . Kjomimie , Spring Valley , Minn ., 95 . —Careful comparisons made in Germany from the records of large herds , show that there is no relation , or even approximate relation , between the live weight of cows and the yield of milk . The record of a Nor...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 4 January 1896

TO CALIFORNIA In Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars . The Burlington Route ( C , B . & Q . R . R . ) runs personally conducted excursions to California , leaving Chicago every Wednesday . Through cars to California destination , fitted with carpets , upholstered seats , bedding , toilet rooms , etc . ; every convenience . Special agent in charge . Route via Denver and Salt Lake . Sunshine all the way . Write for descriptive pamphlet to T . A . Grady , Excursion Manager , 211 Clark St ., Chicago .

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 4 January 1896

If you have FIVE or more Cows a Cream Separator will save its cost each year of use . Beware of imitating and infringing machines . Send for new 1895 Catalogue . TheDeLavalSeparator Co . Branch Offices : General Offices : ELGIN , ILL . 74 CORTLANDT ST .. NEW YORK . Howard Chainless Bicycle . The first boy or man in any town who buys one will be offered an agency , whereby he gets commissions that will pay for tbe wheel , or at least reduce the cost . Address HOWABD , 484 Broad St .. Newark , X . J . WHk IncubatorslBrooders ^^ T ^ __ i Best iu , tbe world , hot water , pipe system , will \—___ W hatch chicks when others fall . Catalogue Free . ^ m \~ m Shoemaker Incubator Co .. Froenort . III . V . B . A . ~ - »¦ - ¦ Hand Bone , Shell , and _____ O Corn Mills for Foultoymen . ImMmm Daisy Bone Cutter . PowerMlllB . ITO ^ ofreSla and teetlmontals Free . ^ CIWOLSOH BBOS ., Barton , Pa , « CUCCESSFUI *> INCUBATOR . _ ** Our catalogue giving information artificial hatching &...

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 4 January 1896

pmm * _ M SMOKE YOUR MEAT WITfa _ m ^ SM QUID EXTMCTDTSMOK * JLLe . R £ uLi ? R . E . KIlAUSatBHD . MIIJ 0 Oi . REGISTERED HEREFORD CATTLE , M . B . Turkeys and Poultry . GRAY BBOS ., Shetland , la . For Sale , Thoroughbred Chester White Swine . B . P . Books , P . Ducks ; Prices reasonable . Catalogue free . I ~ M . OLM 8 TEAD , Shabbone Grove . 111 . OXFORD DOWN SHEEP , ? n r 1 ° b n n T , ^ o e » y o : Barred and White Plymouth Hook . Light Brahma and White Wyandotte Chickens . Eggs In season . W . N . 8 MITB , Breeder . Ohio . 111 . Thoroughbred Durde-Jorsoy Hogs * Registered stock . Bend for 48-page catalogue , Erloes and history , containing much other usefcS iformatlon to young breeders . Will he sgntga receipt of stamp and address . J . H . 8 TOOTBRA & KR , Panola , m . _ M . 0 . Y 0 DER . Mlddlebunf . lnd . ^^___ MMWW _ MM Breeder and Shipper ____________ Large ^^^^^^^^^^^^ A BERKSHIRE SWINE . . __^_^_^_^_^_ K Write for wliat yon want ^__^_^_^_^_^_ W and send fo...

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Poultry and Bees [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 4 January 1896

Poultry and Bees Winter Eggs NOW is the time it will pay you to have hens that lay for few hens are laying now . First of all the hens should have the best of shelter . No draughts should be allowed whatever . Plenty of warm water and imlk as a beverage should and must be given . Then exercise is another very essential point as it keeps up health , activity and warmth . Without this your ( fowls will become lazy and worthless as layers . It makes a cheap tonic as it seems to brace up the nerves after the moulting . is over . It far exceeds the best quality of drug stimulants and dispenses with the idea of keeping a stove in the house to keep the house warm . Make your hens scratlch for their living and you cannot help having better success . As for food , they should have what they like best , i . e ., what seems to satisfy their appetites best . Oom should be given , but not too much , as it is very fattening . Vegetables should be given with plenty of green bone and meat , ground ...

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