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Page 15 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 30 January 1886
A PENNY SAVED IS h PENNY EARNED . THE ECONOMY CLUB Is an institution in this city , organized for the purpose of buying all kinds of goods , such as groceries , dry goods , clothing , boots and shoes , clocks , watohes , jewelry , books , musical instruments , lumber—in fact , all kinds of merchandise—direct from manufacturers , jobbers or wholesalers at wholesale prices . The price of a membership is one dollar a year , to defray the necessary office expenses and to compensatff the purchasing agent for his time . Wc are members of the club ourselves , and are effecting a great saving in our household expenses thereby . It combines all the advantages enjoyed by the Grange through their purchasing agencies in the large cities . The new publishers of the FARM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN consider its subscribers as a vast household , whose interests are identical with their own , and actuated by a desire to be of use to members of this household , and at the same time increase the circulation...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 30 January 1886
¦*¦ ** % | F ¦ ¦ • $ 4 sample * inst selling goods , to any W IM ¦ man orwomaamoklng less than WO ¦^ K . F ¦¦ per week . We guarantee the best ¦ P * 111 _ L chance in America for live men and !_____________ , women to make money . An agent wrUes : ¥ ouri )] an brings the money ; quiok . _ Try it . Address , FTL . Merrill it Co ., Chicago , 111 . ML CutlerDESK B |^ H 9 the BE 8 T Desk in the World-Sole ¦ IBBIWestn As-t WM . HAYDEN , dealer HJtlNsHllin OFFICE Furniture A Fittings of fcS ^^^ aU kinds . 193 WABABH-AV „ Chlcago ¦ HH K VfeEa ^ l ^ i ^ SiiiiiiiSSSi &gt; B ^^ i ^ EiiiiiiMisB ¦ ^ B l ^^ ^ BARNnMtBEftR ^ j J ggl ^ P ^ PJ Mm ^ m ^ MA ^^ ff / ffffJMMiSstammmM COIiUMBIA BICYCLES T fa and Tricycles . J _ A _ iWpfk Healih , Business , Pleasure . j ____ $ S ____ * __ A Dlnstrated Catalogue sent free . WmSk THE POPE MFG . GO . ]^| U ^ 1 »^ 57 B Washington St ., Boston , Mass . . Bt ( O , Farmerssaythatwehavethehest JM ISL . Hay Carriers ever made . Our tTTTP UTTLE 6 IANT HAY...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 30 January 1886
¦ ¦ ¦ Clydesdale and English-Shire Horses ^ ^¦ BBB W . ^ a ^^ L ^ L ^ L ^ s ^ L ^ BBa ^¦ SssHsissPI « ^^ as ^^ nTI I flHIH z IS ui ^_ WmAO _^_^_ Wmw o Prhe-winners at Chicago Fair , the World s Fair at New Orleans , tha Koval Society ot England , eto . I . nrge iinnortntiou arrived A »« . 12 , and more to follow . Our buying facilities being unequalled there is no such opportunities offered elsewhere to procure first-clnss animals of choicest breeding at very lowest prices . Every animal duly recorded and guaranteed , lerms to suit all customers . Catalogues on application . l * ALi &gt; BRAITH UltOS . 1 Jnncsville . Wis . Janesville is SI miles from Chicago , by C . &amp; N . W . E . B „ and 120 miles from Bock Island by the 0 . M . &amp; SLP . B , I * . Mendon the Farm , Held and Stockmen . ine ui inieiu ^ — avE . Trey PTTarrr A TIT Wayne , Su Page Oo ,, Illinois , HAS IMPORTED FROM FRANCE Percheron Homes valued nt SB , £ 00 , 000 , which includes about TO ...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 30 January 1886
The new Publishers of the FABM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN want an Asent to make up Clubs for their paper in every town , village and hamlet in the United States . We have solendid inducements to offer . Farmers , farmers sons and daughters , and others , can employ their time profitabl y at this time of the year , when they are not busy . Send for our terms . * HOWARD &amp; WIIJSON PUB . CO ., Chicago . niinnrrift FARM ANNUAL TOR ISSB MM ¦ MM - AA sb b § ML Will be sent FBEE to all who write for it . It is a ¦ ¦ ¦ \\\ M mt maw J *** k Kandsome Book of ISS Pages , with hundreds ¦ _ M m Amma mM of new Illustrations , two Colored Plates , and tells MM WM ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ *¦ ¦ ¦ WM all abont the Best Oarden , Farm and flower TLrL wk BnlbTpiants , TUoron | rhbred Stoek and Fancy Poultry . It ta tbe OCCI 1 C inly cmnplete ^ cat al ogue of tne klndpubllshed , anddescrftes BABENOTKI ,. V | i | l | m _^^ 0 ^ pl | r-l ig ) g 5 rj | B * r , * ES and FtOWEES , of real Tftlne , which can not VkkllVI be...
Eotate the Crops . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 February 1886
Eotate the Crops . The rotation of crops not only keeps up the fertility of the soil , but enables the farmer to secure larger yields and greater returns at smaller cost . A farm consisting of 100 acres may be so rotated as to permit the land to recuperate itself with out the necessity of expenditure for fertilizers , except for a certain class . Grass is the great agent for renovatl ing the soil , and farmers make use of it for that purpose , but one of the great evils in growing grass is the attempt to secure permanent pasture . Permanent pasture has caused greater loss than any other system , for the reason that it has been the great hindrance to a proper rotation of crops . But few farmers are willing to plow up a serviceable pasture , but they look only upon the present side of the picture without a proper k regard to the future . Take a 100-acre farm , or any size that may he desired . Divide it into five fields , and grow no grain crop of the same kind on any one of uie lots ...
PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY . HOWARD & WILSON PUB . CO . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 February 1886
PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY . HOWARD &amp; WILSON PUB . CO . CHARLES H . HOWARD . BDITOB . p 0 ^ T JACOBS B ,: AM , f . -488001 ** 6 Editors . JAS . W . WILSON , BUSINESS MANAGES . THE FAHM , FIEI , D AND STOCKMAN , under ita new maimoment , te intended to treat practically the m-cot variety of subjects related to Agriculture , Stockriintng . Gardening and Fruit-growing , and to afford entertaining and newsy rending for the family . Its largo circulation in every State and Territory of the Union , and in the British Provinces , la proof that it is adapted to a !! parts of the conntry . for Subscription and Advertising terms see page 152 .
News and Comment . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 February 1886
News and Comment . —The Omtwy for January is out of print . This will account for the delay in supplying clubbing orders with the FABM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN . —Reckoning a man s ancestors as two , father and mother , in the thirtieth generation he will have had 1 , 073 , 751 , 820 . No wonder humanity is all akin ! —The constant lowering in price , from overproduction , of tobacco in some western States will , it is thought , enable smokers to buy genuine imported Havanas at a penny a grab . —Dr . Salmon , United States veterinarian , is reported as saying that hog cholera cost the producers $ 30 , 000 , 000 last year . It . depends entirely on the price of pork , Doctor ! —Pierre Loriilard has retired from the turf , and his stables will be sold out . How does the millionaire tobacconist expect to get his tobacco leaf exceptfrom the tnrf ? —If Congress passes the $ 500 , 000 appropriation for the Grant monument in New York City , and some $ 400 , 000 additional is subscribed by the ...
A Nova Scotia Swindle . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 February 1886
A Nova Scotia Swindle . No part of the country seems to be exempt from persons who make a business of swindling the public . The following letter has been kept until we could make investigation : POBT BIEON , Iix ., Jan . 15 , 1886 . Please tell me through your columns In your next Issue , if L . N . Beckwith &amp; Co ., St . Stephens , Nova Scotia , Is a fraud , or is there no such company ? Mas . J . S . S . Our information from a perfectly reliable source is that there is no such firm , that there are two or three individuals who call themselves by different names and offer prizes as if it were a lottery . It is nothing more nor less than a huge swindle , and the men connected with it have become rich . There never has been any one known to have got a prize larger than $ 2 , and it is a wonder the number of people they dupe . Some time ago the Canadian Government took the matter up and arrested the chief actor , but some how or otherjhe got out on bail and skipped , and f...
r S ^_ [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 February 1886
r S ^_^__ Virginia Agricultural Board . The report of the Virginia Department of Agriculture , among other matters of interest to farmers where commercial fertilizers are used , gives the analysis of thirty-five varieties of fertilizers . _ The highest quantity of moisture found in any sample was 17 . 30 per cent ; the lowest , 7 . 15 per cent ; the highest available phosphoric acid , 14 . 46 per cent ; the lowest , 6 . 76 ; the highest nitrogen , 3 . 18 ; the lowest , 0 . 50 ; the highest potash , 2 . 29 ; the lowest , 0 . The relative commercial value ( not price asked ) ranges from $ 33 . 07 down to $ 20 . 52 per ton ; but real practical value will depend upon price of land , crops raised , and their value in the market . Crop Prospects in France . Reports from thence state the agricultural outlook in France is for the present fairly satisfactory . 7 tost of the young wheats have come up well , and are strong and healthy . In the north , however , as in the backward districts of ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 February 1886
Ninety-Day Seed Corn . MR . EDITOB — Dear Sir : I have a quantity of a superior quality of extra large field corn which has lately been originated , and which will mature in ninety days , thus filling a want long felt . Ears from twelve or fourteen inches long , grains unusually large , cob slender , 130 bushels of shelled corn of this variety has been raised per acre . As I am extremely anxious to know what this corn will do in other climates before advertising it for sale , I will send a large sample package to any farmer who will give it a fair trial and proper attention and report his success with it , and who will inclose 10 cents in silver to pay postage , packing , etc ., thereon . In order to induce farmers to take unusually good care of this corn , so that I may have good reports to advertise next season , I will give $ 25 in gold as a premium to the one who raises the best ear and sends the best report , and $ 10 for second best . Address , Wew Carlisle , O . F . E . Fnoss...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 February 1886
Sgfok v ^ eS ^ d ^ s ^ SiBUY NORTHERN GROWN CCCflC JUHQKK mous stock . New Vegetables and Farm Seeds . DOUBLES ALL ^ kB - ¦ ¦ || ^ _ BtS _ l y | e ls- SEEDS WARRANTED . 7 CENT Plants and Roses by | jtbUU 9 | nESV * 9 tno 100 . 000 . Dont buy tlllyouBeffcatalog . J 01 l » A . SALZKB , l « CriiMe , Wh . WWmmMWSMMW WW Always mention the Farm , Field and Stockman . VaiTqHSftf „ cff eSEED wy _\_* D 7 V / IU 5 Ufl lALoatiB , 42 La Salle St ., CHICAOO . Beautifully Illustrated . Ready soon . Write for it Hoiv Always mention the Farm , Field and Stockman .
HORTICULTURE [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 February 1886
HORTICULTURE Saving Seeds . A contemporary , not very old , lectures what it calls A youthful contemporary Si Savine you can really buy as good £ ofrTsieds as you can save at home , TvelaiX Ohl Yet the advice may K tin especially good in the case of r . Jinmato particularly among that class v \ e oTP end P upon dealers whose stock of seeds are comprised in the annual box out over the country to be retailed on commission . A single tomato selected as tkT best of a lot , laid up on a shelf to fullv ripen , and the seed separated , dried and kept in a cool place , will furnish all I family will need and to spare . It is true it would be cheaper to pay 5 cents for a packet of seeds , if the buyer could be assured they were pure , and of the variety wanted . This is morally certain .... y _ ii .., wise if the grower is reputable , and this class generally are found iu the advertising pages of the farm paper . Such persons—well kiiownnrms—have reputations at stake The box seeds usually fo...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 February 1886
Waldo F . Browii , of Butler Cnunty . 01 iIo , in describing several exiieriiiipiits wf h reference to thorough pulverization ol tbe HOII . Si ™ Tho result of ( lie experiment , llioiomrt . p fveriwulon , nnd observation wis Ilhiu S 1 . 00 of extra work ner nere with • Jrood Pulverizers ndds from 5 to 10 bushels ^ nJivcrtiscnieiit of tlie ACHIE PiilveiizhiB Harrow , - Clod Crusher &amp;&gt; Lcvclcr on page 160 .
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 February 1886
YIItG-INIA FAHMS . — Mild climate , cheap homes Send for circulars . A . O . BLISS , Centraha , Va . OKOsorta Fruits , Plants , Trees . Low prices . Catalogue u 39 frec . J . S . COLLINS Moorcstown , N . J . BLUEBERRY PLANTS . The Blueberry succeeds In all soils , and in a valuable fruit to grow for pleasure or profit . Descriptive price List free . DELOS STAPLES , West Scbewa , Mich . ________ ____ m mma m ^— ^ fe Large Garden CJuide ^~• _ T . _¦ | — | OFBEEtoall . Youshouid ~ ^ ~*~* 1 A _ taave it . Best varieties , % J — — way wW m tested , at low prices . ^ __ CO ! . KUk BRO ., Seedsmen , Pells , Iowa . ¦ DDAD If IT AC For HEDGES . WIND BREAKS ARBOn YIT At Z ____ TIMBER CULTURE . Two-year Seedlings , by mail , postpaid , » 1 per 1 , 000 . Hedge Plants 12 in / nigh , * , „ »»)« 1 , 000 . Is the BEST THEE for all places and all purposes . My prices on 40 varieties of trees are below competition . Lists free . GEO . PINNEY , Evergreens , Door Co ., Wis . WHITE STAR OATS . Best in t...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 February 1886
What BreedJFor Florida ? Will you Inform me which of the following breeds of horses is the best for this climate , Clydesdale , Cleveland Bay , Norman or Percheron ? H . B . H . Highlands , Fla . —Any one of the breeds named would do well as far as climate is concerned , though it is sometimes held that , as the Normans and the Percherons originated further south , they are better adapted to a warm climate . Profit and Loss in Hogs . I have forty head of hogs , to which I have fed 400 bushels of corn . When I commenced feeding the hogs averaged 150 pounds , and after feeding 400 bushels of corn , 250 pounds . How shall 1 estimate the profit ln feeding the corn ? Knightstown , Ina . J . A . V . The profit on the corn fed is the difference between the weight when put up , and the weight when fattened . Thus 400 bushels of corn fed : Increase 100 pounds per hog , equal to 40 hogs , 4 , 000 pounds . At 3 J cents per pound , this is $ 140 , the price of 400 bushels of com . The corn nett...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 February 1886
SPBINGER BUGS ., AT HAW HILL , SPRIKGfleld , 111 ., Breeders of Berkshire lloga , Southdown Hicep , Light Brahma Fowls , and Bronze Turkeys , also JE 11 SEY CAT . TLB . OHIO H S ? D BEftKSHIRES Won sweepstakes prize for best herd of 1 boar and 4 sows at Illinois and Indiana State Fairs of 1884 ; also at the Indiana State and St . Louis Fairs of 1885 , in competition with leading herds of the United States and Canada . Breeders all recorded and pigs eligible to record . Also Plymouth Bock , Light Branmaand Partridge Cochin Fowls . SendforCatalogue . B . W . TODD AL SONS , Urbana , Ohio . OAK GROVE STOCK FABM ^ wlffWfrHSIwllW ^ Greenwood , McHenr * Co . 111 . Breeders and Shippers of RECORDED POLAND CHINAS Ot best quality and most approved strains . Stock for sale . Special express rates . No catalogues , write fur —an n . o _ i _ . \ 7 _ AZUiTOIil ) , Prop r RIVERSIDE STOCK FARM , Plainwell , Itlith . ^^ tmiitimniWrWitS ^^^ Mi ^ ! Breeder and shipper of pure bred recorded PolnndChiun...