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Identifier: fieldlawngarden00madi
Title: Field, lawn and garden
Year: 1874 (1870s)
Subjects: Gardening Agriculture
Publisher: Madison, Wis., W. B. Davis & co
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

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mong the Inducements offered by this Route, areALL THE MODERN IMPROVEMENTS.Pullman Palatial Cars and Coaches ; Parlor and DrawingRoom Day Coaches; Smoking and Lounging Cars ; Westing-house Safety Air Brakes; Millers Patent Safety Couplingand Platforms; Close Connections at Junction Points; LessTransfers than any other Route; Speed, Safety and Abso-lute Comfort. From 2 to 10 Fast Express Trains run each wayDaily over the various Lines of this Road, thus securing tothe Traveler selecting this Route sure and certain connec-tions in any direction he may wish to go. >@Sg=See that your tickets read via this Route, and takenone other.MARVIN HUGHITT, W. H. STENNETT, Genl Superintendent. Genl Passenger Agent. frank & mason,Hardware Dealers. ALL KINDS OF IRON GOODS, WAGON STOCK, HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,Stoves, Tinware, Table and Pocket Cutlery.4®=-All useful articles for family use kept on hand atreasonable prices. OPPOSITE PARK HOTEL, MADISON, WIS. FIELD, LAWN AND garden. NEW FORCE FEED

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BUCKEYE GRAIN DRILL BROADCAST SEEDER. 3NTO CHANGE OF GEARS. The improvement consists of a,positive force feed, so con-structed that you can regulate the quantity any wherebetween one-half bushel of wheat and three bushels of oatsin an instant, without any extra gears, cr any change of gears.You need not change a peck at once, but can vary as littleas you please ; even a pint or less if you desire. The feeder isso plain and simple, that we think no farmer can fail to un-derstand and appreciate its advantages. It is just whatfarmers have been wanting, and just what manufacturershave been trying to make ; something that can be adjustedinstantly without change of gears. The subscriber is also general agent, for The Meadow King Mower, The Little Champion Reaper, The Whitewater Wagon, And all kinds of Farm Machinery.>egrOrders respectfully solicited. S L. SHELDON. Agent, Madison, Wis., or St. Paul, Minn.

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