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Garden and Orchard [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 18 January 1896
Garden and Orchard Big Crop of Blackberries ( Continued from Page 864 . ) When we dig a sucker plant , we generally get only a few roots with k ; Che foliage absorbs the strength of what rootage there is , and there being no callouses formed , few roots start . Those already established grow from the end and in this way will often go out lorty or fifty feet from the bush , while near the plant wild be found very few roots . The sap , having to pass through these long roots before H . can reach the foliage for assimilation , greatly aggravates the sucker nuisance and the few berries secured are generally dry , seedy and Savorless . Now let me describe my ideal of what a blackberry should be and see if I can formulate a method oi producing it and preserving the highest fruiting vigor , and put on the market a grade of berries so delicious that the demand snail always be in excess of the supply . First , there should be no weak or puny bushes but all uniformly large and enriched with f...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 18 January 1896
MME BEPYlELnBl ^ QUALITV ^ UPBRl ^ KwllMl 3 weet Potato on earth . Eaaleat cultlvateoV Highoat endonement by beat sgrloulturlste to Amerloa- Thoroughly , ietted . Million . wlUV » nt then / If TOO «• •«•* * MONEY MAKER jouNnust bcve Ossa . POTATOESJ lot vines are what f » y . 8 Wg «»&gt; iid ,. eaves time to «* Hog . BETTEB KBEPERSjKlliiit whathubeen wanted tortile LA 8 T FIFTV « l « 8 Xm MORE MERIT thin any novelty o » e » offered / Don t *«« . nut aend twocent itamp etonee for catalogue that tella \ al &gt; about toMS , ur--BEN BUR Web Poteto Entire- etoek of both &gt; wned eiclueWety by oorselvea Otm Om CtTauwn Oils year It A WONDER , aominy GOOD THINOS Mid prices low . Jt la mm to Intereat yoa .. Addrwo ^^^^ M Please mention tbe farm , Field and Fireside .
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 18 January 1896
IIDIFV Sllim y rou *»»« F »» iIt Trees , Boies niHILI oHILII . Shrubs , etc , drop u » a postal oatu ( dolt now ) and we will seed you oar JSVtlCstalogtie . We do not employ agents , trat nil direct to our customers . CU . OHB HTTKaManr CO ., Xoehester , Jr . T . THE NEST SEED CORN . Bend are lo stamps for book snd sample paokages . J . B . jtSKSTJUnrs , Skeaaadoaa , Iowa . GINSENG CULTURE . A oropwortti 110 , 000 per sen . A book giving all information abonthow to grow It , prloe 60 a . per oopy . ¦ . S . • HKKWSHLVnVT , Sfceraaaa , Texas . Seed Potatoes for Sale . Nineteen leading varieties . Handsome and finely Illustrated Catalogue Free . &lt;¦ ¦ - •• * ¦ OEO . W . MACE , BoxB , Crreenvllle , Ohio . Potatoes , Small Fruits . New and standard varieties . Large stook , low prices . Catalogue free ; 6 E 0 . 1 . KELLOSB * SONS , No . , 6 . Janesville , Wit . (GRASS IS KING I We are the only Beedamen making the growing ol Cfarm seeds , grasses and clovers s great specialty . ...
Care of a Negieeteit ^ ineyard [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 18 January 1896
Care of a Negieeteit ^ ineyard In case a vineyard has , been neglected lone enough so the ground has been sodded over with June . grass that would cost more to get out , than plant a new one , better let the old . one t &gt; ear , if it . will , and pay , and grow a new vineyard on . new If the neglect has been but a year or two , then prune immediately , December or January and leave a new cane at or as near the eroand as possible , cut this at four feet Cut out the oldest , most feeble wood , save the best old canes with the most vigorous new wood . Out these new shoots back to three buds , remember each bud on strong new growth , is capable of producing three bitches of fruit the following year . Cut out the feeble growth , both of old and new , and tear away the suckere at the ground that . aje . not needed for new canes . Pruning is best done as soon as the leaves fall in October ; it can be done any time till the first of February ; then as soon as pruned , lay the vin...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 18 January 1896
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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 18 January 1896
.. mmm * s \ _ mws * _ faa ^ _* s ***\ . _ mmt and Small Fruits . Hardy Northern grown stock . All the new I ,. _^ J __* W _ * ^ ss * 2 and b e 5 varieties . The Mice Sraps , keeps all winter . Walter I r ^ F * W ^ J ^| Pelts , Unest desert Apple ,, and many others . 60 page catalogue 111 *\*** i ****** ***** Free .. Send for It . FftEO . E . . YOUNG , NURSERIES , ftochest * r &lt; N . Y . J % ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ % « % THE ALBERT DICKINSON CO . \ wwIIV ^^ wiirs ^^ p ^^ Wmjf Msm L MM U POPOOKK BN &amp; ILAGB OORNi FZBLD PBJkSh ¦ ¦ , ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ OrTICIS . . CORNER CLARK &lt;\ SIXTECl TH » T « ., CHICAOO . It | ..,- . BUY Arm A ^ KANSAS SEED H 0 USEFB « . ^ , * do - BDsTfill \ LLIIV Grass , Field , Qarden . TreeandFlower-seads . allespecrKBOll m ^ VII ^ lallT grown and seleoted forWesternsotlandollmate . ...... . * * m I I ¦¦ ¦ Alfalfa , KalBroornand other forage plants for dry oilU / FSTFRN % * w ** M ** M ** W * tw mateaspeofalty . OureleRantlSiMcatato . Taeisreadiacd «...
Farm Animals [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 18 January 1896
Farm Animals A Valuable Stock Book THB mule is one of the best paying animate the farmer can raise . Too little attention has been given this branch of animal husbandry , still less to the style , character and breeding of the sire used . Some of the best breeders of jackB and jennets in this country realizing this fact and desiring to improve the quality of the mules have formed an association and established a Jack Stock Stud Book . Two volumes of this have been published . These two volumes bound in one volume have Just been issued , and as there has been so little published in regard to jack and mule breeding , the compiler has endeavored to incorporate in this volume not only the rules of entry and the pedigrees and numbers of animals entered , but also a great deal of matter very valuable and instructive to all interested In Jack and mule breeding . It has an Interesting description of the different breeds of jacks , written by the former Secretary W . H . Goodpasture , who wa...
Veterinary [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 18 January 1896
Veterinary A GOOD BLOOD PURIFIER . —Please give a good blood purifier for horses . —Ton Know . —Mix well together one pound good ground ginger , tour ounces powdered gentian , one ounce of crude antimony . Give one tablespoonful every day ln wet food . CARRIERS BOOK . —Where can I get a good horse farrier book that treats all kinds of diseases of the horse and at what price . —A . Mur—We think probably taken all In all the Farmers Veterinary Adviser by J . Law , which we can send you post-paid for $ 3 . 00 will suit you as well as any book printed . LAME 8 HOTJLDBR . -I have a yearling colt that got his right shoulder cut across the point on barb wire . I rubbed grease on It mixed with a little carbolic acid ; It healed up nicely . But the colt is lame . Do you think that the lameness ls caused by the wire cut or do you think —Unless some chord was cut we hardly think the lameneBs is caused by the cut but you tell so little In regard to the nature of the lameness that we can not giv...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 18 January 1896
A GREAT PORK PRODUCER Here ls one ot tbe best recommendations for Steketee s Hog Cholera Care ret . H . D . Fishburn , of Guide Book , Neb ., says : Q . G . Steketee : Please send five dollars worth Bteketee s Hog Cholera Cure . I find lt a great pork produoer . What I have used of &lt; t gave good satisfaction . JL JACKS m JENNETS ^^^¦^^ fe . Isarse Assortment . . ) Prlze-wlnmlag Blood . ^^^^ l Fair dealing . Mule brooding solves B _ f I the profit of tha bona trada . Jol ^¦¦ flBlfebpartloulira , writ * A . w . HOPMMS , PWBTJ , Hal * Please mention tbe Farm , Field and Fireside .
Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 18 January 1896
fl ^^ STEKETEES ji IHog Cholera Cure ! M Greatest dlsoovery known tor tne oure ot H iPINWORMSf fl IN HORSES M MWhat People Say of Steketee s Hog Cholera Cure . fi V M . M . JOHNSON , Lehigh , Neb .: I gave Stele _\ ¦ A etee s Hog Cholera Cure to my sick nogs . It putM &gt; a more to tbe worms , and the pigs soon began to &lt;\ U eat and grow tat . H V F . J . HOLDKBMAN , Morris , Ul ., after havingVf A used one package , writes : Send nie two nun-k ) V dred pounds . 5 f ( A W . W . STAMBAVQB , Kunkle , O .: I used your A VHog Cholera Cure lor worms ln horses . It 9 (_\ fetched the worms ont of the horses a flying . - jot 13 Prloe 50 c at the drug stores . BOo by mall . Address IV U G . G . STEKETEE , GRAND RAPIDS , MICH . H V Six paokageB for K . OO . and pay yonr own ex- _ C M press . Cat this out and take it to your druggist . H Q ^ ajra jajp ^ i ^ sg ^^ Every Horseman Skmld . Try Tuttle s Elixir , * A The greatest horse remedy in the world . Mot simply gmaranteedt...
Practical Dairying [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 18 January 1896
Practical Dairying National Butter and Cheese makers Association The fourth annual meeting of the National Butter and Cheesemakers Association will be held at Cedar Rapids , Iowa , during the whole of the last week of February , 1896 . A working , creamery using five thousand pounds of milk daily , will be in operation , and the chance of a lifetime afforded to witness in operation all of the different and latest patterns of butter and cheesemaking machinery , as well as refrigerating and other kinds of apparatus allied to the trade . This will be under the supervision of a firstclass creamery man . Processes will be described and illustrated lectures given . Every section of the dairy producing districts will be represented . Such an opportunity has never before been offered and it is hoped that the men interested will avail themselves of the grand educational opportunity offered . In addition , liberal prizes will be given for the best exhibits of butter and cheese . A grand prize...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 18 January 1896
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j The Inhabitants ot a Drop of Milk [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 18 January 1896
j The Inhabitants ot a Drop of Milk WHERE do all the microbes come from ? Are they already ln the milk when it comes from the cow s udder , or do they enter the milk subsequently ? Now , there may be cases where the milk already contains microbes as it comes from the udder . This will be the case with tuberculous cows . But in the case of healthy cows it may be safely asserted that the milk as it leaves the udder is perfectly free from germ life ; and if it were possible to collect it and save it from contamination , there is no reason why we should not keep it for an indefinitely long period of time perfectly fresh . Milk which has been artificially rendered sterile by heating it , and then kept in glass vessels plugged with cotton-wool , has been found for years unchanged . When we reflect on the hundred and one ways in which milk may become contaminated with these minute organisms it is hardly to be wondered at that it should never be free from them . Modern Investigations have s...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 18 January 1896
State of Ohio , City of Toledo , Lucas County , as . Frank 3 . Cheney makes oath that he is tbe senior partner of the firm of F . J . Cheney &amp; Co ., doing business ln the City of Toledo , County and State aforesaid , and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cored by the use of Hall s Catarrh Core . FRANK J . CHENEY . Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence , this 6 th day of December , A . D . 1886 . ( Seal . ) A . W . GLBASON , Notary Public . Hall s Catarrh Cure is taken Internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system . Send for testimonials , free . F . J . CHENEY &amp; CO ., Tohdn . . 0 Sold by druggists , 78 c .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 18 January 1896
SHALL NEVER BE WITHOUT IT Kushville , N . Y . Mrs . C . Arnold writes : Onr baby has had only one symptom of spasms since we used your medlctne . and only two Pin Worms passed since we need lt . Before I gave your medieine much phlegm passed , but since I gave yonr remedy he Is well of that . We think lt Is wonderful . Send me another bottle , as we will not be without lt . Twen- I ty-flve cents at druggists . Sent by mall on receipt I of twenty-live cents . Address U . G . Steketee , Grand ¦ Baplds . Mich .