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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 February 1886
—One word : one step may make or mar one s whole future . Dr . Jones Red Clover Tonic iB the proper move when you have dyspepsia , bad breath , piles , pimples , ague , malaria , low spirits , headache , or any stomach or liver troubles . 50 cents .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 February 1886
—A Double Gang ACME Pulverizing Harrow , Clod Crusher and Leveler will be sent to any responsible farmer in the United States , and if it does not suit he may send it back at the expense of the manufacturers . No pay is asked until tried on the farm . Farmers should not , therefore , let dealers palm off on them a base imitation or so me inferior tool under the assurance that it is better . See advertisement on page 180 .
ORGANIZE FARMERS'ECONOMY CLUBS [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 February 1886
ORGANIZE FARMERSECONOMY CLUBS THE FARM , FIELD AND STOCKMANS PLAN TO SAVE MONEY FOR ITS READERS , THE MIDDLE MAN MADE USELESS AND HIS PROFITS SAVED . The Advantages of Co-operation Secured to Individual Subscribers , and Still Greater Advantages to Clubs . MERCHANDISE OF AU KINDS BOUGHT AND SHIPPED FOR SUBSCRIBERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES , THUS SAVING THE SUBSCRIBER FROM 10 TO 100 PER CENT . What is the Economy Club ? It is am institution in this city organized for the purpose of suourmg for its members , by co-operation , the privilege of purchasing merchandise of all kinds , such as dry goods , groceries , clothing , boots and shoes , house furnishings , watches , clocks , jewelry , . books , horse goods , machinery , tools—in fact , anything which a family or individual may want , at wholesale prices . The Club has been in successful operation for some time ia this city and its purchasing agent has made arrangements with manufacturers , jobbers or wholesale merchants m almost all bra...
OUR SEED OFFER . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 February 1886
OUR SEED OFFER . 20 Packets to each Subscriber . We have gathered from the best special sourceB of Europe and America the following rare and valuable collection of new varieties of farm , garden and flower seeds for our Free Seed Distribution , and will give 20 packets free , postage paid , to every present subscriber who will renew his subscription , or to any person who will subscribe at our regular rates , $ 1 . 50 a year . This is in addition to a membership in the Economy Club . A full description with illustrations of all the seeds named below was published in our Nov . 15 issue . If you want it send for a copy . Combination No . 1 . 20 Packets Seed Grain , Vegetable and Flower Heeds . In all cases where no selection is made by the subscriber this combination will be sent It is a selection of the best and will please you . It is sent by mail postpaid . See description of each variety elsewhere . Ipkt White Swede Onts . _ 1 Red Rust-Proof Oats . 1 Scotch Barley , 1 Legal Tender...
CLUB OFFERS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 February 1886
CLUB OFFERS . For one now subscriber in addition to your own , at $ 1 . 50 each , we will send a combination of seeds and Economy Chili membership to each , and an extra combination of seeds to each , and an extra combination of seeds to tne sender ; or if preferred in place of the extra package of seeds we will send any of the following books : How TO SUCCEED WITH SMALL FHUITS AND POULTRY . M ANUAL OF NEEDLE W ORK . MANUAL OF KNITTING AND CROCHET W ORK . LADIES M ANUAL OF FANCY WORK . TALKS WITH H OMELY GIRLS . FAMOUS P EOPLE OF ALL AGES . THE USAGES OF BEST SOCIETY . A HANDY D ICTIONARY OF SYNONYMS . For three subscribers , including your own , with seeds and members-iiu certificate to each : Two EXTRA COMBINATIONS OF SEEDS to the sender , or if preferred , any of the following books : LAW WITHOUT LAWYERS . EVERYBODY S PAINT BOOK . NATIONAL S TANDARD E NCYCLOPEDIA . WHAT EVERY ONE SHOULD KNOW . NATIONAL STANDARD D ICTIONARY . DR . D ANELSON S ( MEDICAL ) COUNSELOR WITH RECEIPTS . ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 February 1886
NEW MUSIC BOOKS , TEMPERANCE SONG HERALD ,. 1 For Temperance Lodges and Meetings . A Choi « collection M New Temperance Songs _ md Glees , «&amp; some old Favorites , and a few Rousing War bony with Temperance Words . Anybody con join in U ° chorus . Price 35 els . or $ 3 . tt 0 _ per dozen . Choice Vocal Duets , Just published . Aflrst-cla- » set of duets , by such masters as Untostein , Nlcolai , Oampana , Tours , Abt and others . » Duets on 144 largo pages . Abt sLiketheLark nii . i Rubenstoln s Angel aro good specimens . Wi-- » • The Apograph C $ 1 . 00 ) Is an excellent collection of Octavo fihorusos . Sacred and Secular . Selected y CAUL ZEBKAHK , for tho uso of Musical Conventions ,--.. American Son * and Chorus Collection . 50 cts . American Ballad Collection . 50 cts . American Douce Music Collection . For Piano .- IK . American Piano Music Collection . Wets . Four large , handsome , and evoay way desirob p collections of good music at low prices . Moiled for - •&am...
PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY HOWABD & WILSON PUB . CO . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 February 1886
PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY HOWABD &amp; WILSON PUB . CO . CHARLES H . HOWABD , BDITOB , fS . Br f Associate Editors . JAS . W . WILSON , Busirass MANAGES . This number is sent to some friends , and to other names given us for the purpone by mutual friends , that yon may examine the paper with a view to subscription . Under the new management , changed to a weekly , it already has a circulation of 33 , 375 , and the new subscriptions are still coming in at the rate of over 100 a day . If yon like the paper and the inducements offered , please send in your name to begin with February . sec elsewhere onr Free Seed offer and tho benefits of the Economy Club membership , both of which go with a subscription at the regular rate , $ 1 . 50 a year . IV . B . Without the seeds or Economy tJlub certificate , we will send the paper for remainder of the year , from the time wo receive your money , for $ 1 . We make this offer , not because we prefer the plan of u part of the year at the pro ra...
Wisconsin Farmers' Convention . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 February 1886
Wisconsin Farmers Convention . EDITORIAL COHKESPONDENCE . The interesting program of the Farmers Convention , at Madison , Wis ., printed in our number for January 30 , was fully carried out last week , and was a successful meeting in every respect . Several different organizations participated , such as the Horticultural Society , with an exhibit of fruit , the Short-horn Breeders , Association , accompanied by a sale of Short-horn cattle , the Bee ^ -growers , Swinebreeders , etc . There are several general farmers societies in Wisconsin which had delegates at this annual meeting . The Northern Society holds its meeting February 23-25 at Neenah , but , notwithstanding , was represented by its Presi dent and others , at Madison . The meetings were well attended . Members were always ready to take part in the discussions following the various papers , and with intelligence and vim that added greatly to the variety and interest of the meeting . MAJOR ALVOBD , OF HOUGHTON FABM , near ...
News and Comments . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 February 1886
News and Comments . —The thaw is seriously interfering with x ° Sging operations in the North-West , ana the St . Paul ice palace is liquifying . f ~ T ^ e weatfl er moderated , about the time Congress began to talk favorably about admitting Dakota as a State . Admit er luickly , and give us an early spring . —England remains a good field for American ventures . An advertisement has just appeared from Threadneedle street for $ 1 , 000 , 000 prior liens , 0 per cent mortgage bonds , price 107 , on the Vicksburg , Shreveport &amp; Pacific Railway . —The latest theory , says the Pall Mall Gazette , and by no means a reassuring one —as to the nature and origin of scarletfever is that it may be had direct from the cow , and is , in short , the form assumed in human beings by some originally vaccine disease . —The admission of Washington Territory as a State ; Senator Blair s Educational Bill ; the Bankruptcy Measure : the Creation of an Assistant Secretary of the Navy , and the F...
Seeding and Marking Land . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 February 1886
Seeding and Marking Land . The illustration shown in this number exhibits the workings of the Broadcast Sower of the Janesville Machine Company , Janesville , Wisconsin . It will interest every farmer . The growth of inveiStion is slow . For simplicity and perfect work , the Janesville Machine Company seem to fairly fill the bill . The seeder , according to size , will sow from 6 feet 1 inch to 11 feet , and has a grass seed attachment that will be recognized as a most valuable addition to the machine . The scroll cut-off in the feed cups makes it impossible for them to clog , forming a continuous force feed , whatever the seed , from corn to peas and flax , and this without breaking the grains . It also sows according to speed , whether fast or slow , and accurate in quantity according to the guage , the guage being an exact indicator . The grass seed attachment can be used at the time grain is sown or thereafter as may be desired . The Janesville Machine Company manufactures also ...
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Am _ RsP ^\ . jfmA \ w ^* tf ^ - ^ H _ B B-BJMftj * ---.- tMW _ m _ __ F ^^_____ i _ f 3 ^* w * i ____ r ^~ Br ——WSeM—W &amp; bmmmmmQ Secure Your Seed Corn How . The importance of securing good seed corn cannot be too strongly impressed , as upon the seed depends the chances of securing a orop . What is desired , in the first place , is corn that will germinate , and next that the corn matures before frost . The limit of 100 days seems to have been assigned as the period for maturing a corn crop , but this depends upon the climate , soil and depth of rainfall . There is one matter overlooked by farmers in selecting seed corn , and that is adapting the crop to the soil . We often hear of certain varieties that are said to produce over 100 bushels per acre , but unless the soil is capable of filling out the grain , the farmer will lose more by the attempt to secure large yields through the variety than he will gain . In some sections the white flint kinds do best , and in othe...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 February 1886
359 ^ el ^ g l gyl ^? l ^ : T ^ e P I ¦ C o ^ n ( ;^ 1 &amp; ^ LARGE TEXASPECANS Send three 2-eent stamps for sample nuts before buvinir Pecan -gees ^ ggffe &amp; fffi ^ t j A , BLUEBERRY PLANTS . The Blueberry succeeds In all soils , and is a valnaiiii . fruit to grow for pleasure or profit . Descriptive u-i ... List free . DELOS STAPuts , Wert Scbewa , Mil GRAPE CULTURE . A ^ J **™ WI * . mtrK wwkivn . ii g ^ g imtnMmir how to plant , cultivate , prune and train th ,. vine so as to insure the most pcrfc . t sum—Sent on receipt of twenty-five cents in coin , Kuum , s or postal note . Address J . H . TRVON , Willoughby , Ohio . WHITE STAR OATS . Beat in the World . Weigh 50 pounds to the bushel Yield 130 bushels to the acre . Extra early , lt pays better to raise them by 100 per cent Umn wheat . Price mr quart , postpaid , 50 cents . Agents wanted . Address W . W . WOODWORTH . Iraiii , Ohio . WHITE STAR OATS . BEST IN THE WORLD . Weight 50 pounds per bushel : yield 1...
HORTICULTURE [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 February 1886
HORTICULTURE The Garden . Next month onions will be sowed or ¦ anted in some sections , and a little later early peas , cabbage , lettuce , radish , kale , ifid other hardy vegetables will follow , ir nst fall we advised our readers to thoroughly clean up the garden , burning all refusei litter , and then plow the ground . Tf this was followed the frost will have • lone much to make the soil fine and friable A garden cannot be made too rich , nor can the soil be made too fine . It is customary to give the garden a heavy coating of manure , but unless the manure is well rotted , the early plants will not be greatly assisted by it until well under way How to work up and prepare the trarden depends upon the area devoted to such a purpose . If small , the spade is the best implement , but if an acre or more , the p low must be put in use . We will say , however , that the spade , rake , and hoe have no superiors as garden implements . After plowing , go over the wound with a pulverizer ...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 February 1886
_ fl ^ M ^ AexLnrge Oulde ^^ Km ET riCFBE ! E to _ ai . you should ^^ __ . _^ _ A ^ % htve it . Best varieties , m ^ m ^»» mm mmr —w ^ n tested , at low prices . JSCOIiBOBBO ^ aeedameii . l ella . fowa . Sibley s Tested Seedft Catalogueliree on application . Send for it . _^ HIEAM SIBLEY Ic CO ., MM ROOT--BTEB , K . X . AMD CHICAGO , Iu . WW CTflHFC _ J __ M _ V . i . , 1 , e * dlD * Strawberries OlUHC 3 Mi-Ill . Rasp . ierrlea . 6 ri . pe &gt; and Small Fruits . STONES HARDY Blackberry is our specialty . Best plants . Lowest Prices . Semi for List . COB * CONVERSE . Bl JUIVBEDDV ( Namepaper . ) ft . __ tMii . olt . irt 3 . DLflbUPCHHT ami 4 a . 4 % _ toftta . ni frown , C « refalljTe _ t « d . I ¦ MISV All seed * are teated ln a kHIall W greenhouse erected for the , « i _ r _™ purpose . Northern Seeds LIVE are the earliest , hardiest — — ¦_ -. — — and most productive . Pure DCCIIP aeeds . lowpriccs .-iiilmeasure , A _ C ___ . U ____ erompt dealing . Catalog free . w ^ J * *...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 February 1886
Mew Mexico Stock Growers . At the late ( second ) meeting of the Executive Oommitteo of the Cattle and Horse Growers of New Mexico , action was taken against thefts of property , malicious prairie firing , togetherwiththe willful taking of human life ( independent of the many lives sacrificed and possessions destroyed by the Apaches ) , and for sustaining the civil officers in the execution of their duty . Three members of the association were appointed , which , with the President , constitute a committee , to act as an advisory board , and constitute a territorial bureau of detection and protection . These have full power to employ detectives , and make oontracts , to ferret out theft s and crimes of whatsoever nature . The committee are made judges of the means to be employed and the moneys to be expended in the execution of the work of said bureau . The quarantine law of New Mexico was thought not to meet the wants of the stockmen of the territory , and a committee of four was a...