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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907

At the Threshold of a New Year The Ohio Farmer extends A Hearty Greeting to its Friends and Patrons May the coming twelve = month hold for you full meed of Prosperity and Good Cheer

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
OBSERVATIONS IN SOUTHERN OHIO . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907

OBSERVATIONS IN SOUTHERN OHIO . ROAD IMPROVEMENT . The road question In southern Ohio Is one that is demanding a good share of the consideration of the people . It is absolutely necessary that the roads keep pace with the advance in agricultural improvement . Here it is of double importance because of the many and steep elevations along every line of road . The most general and important proposition is where funds are to come from . The people in general seem to realize the importance and necessity of good roads and are willing and ready to the extent of their ability to meet the necessary expense in their construction , provided they are constructed upon a system that is suited to the peculiar situations found there and are along lines of extreme economy . At the Wilksvllle Farmers Institute , Mr . W . G . Castor , one of the present board of county commissioners and a man who enjoys the confluence of his people . gave a very practical talk along this line . He began by saying : Wh...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
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LARGER CROPS AND HIGHER PRICES . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907

LARGER CROPS AND HIGHER PRICES . It is now getting to be a generally admitted fact , among up-to-date farmers , that the greatest profits result , not so much from increasing the acreage devoted to crops , but rather from increasing the productiveness of the land already under cultivation . Every farmer wants to raise larger crops which will sell at higher prices , but not all are willing to get right down to studying the cause of the majority of poor crops . Only a very few are doing so . Those who are . find that among the first causes is poor seed , which was not cleaned and graded before planting . It has been proven that uncleaned seed will reduce the yield from 10 to 20 j * . The drill can not distinguish between good seed and the poor ; between shrunken and cracked kernels which will not germinate , or all kinds of foul matter and weed seed , such as cockle , wild pea , wild mustard , chess or cheat , etc . All this foul matter is sown right along , each bad seed and kernel ,...

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THE STALK FIELDS IN WINTER . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907

THE STALK FIELDS IN WINTER . There is much labor upon the farms in the winter that can be profitably performed if taken at the proper time . Especially is this true in the stalk fields that are now standing about the country . It is a very tiresome Job to rid the fields of these stalks unless one is properly equipped . Many leave the task until ready to plow or seed the field in the following spring , and endeavor to dispose of the rubbish at that time . We find that at this time of year there is a great rush of work and to properly hasten matters it is best to have the stalks in condition that they may be readily disposed of when the right time comes . Standing stalks are a nuisance and the tidy farmer does not like to see them slovenly plowed under in the spring , nor left carelessly and promiscuously strewn about the ground among the oats and barley : - ctopg : While the ground is frozen hkrjl < s . tBe best time to go Into the fields with the teams and with a long , h...

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SOWING ALFALFA IN CORN . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907

SOWING ALFALFA IN CORN . I note the inquiry in The Ohio Farmer of Dec . 22 , asking for experience in sowing alfalfa in corn . Now I have had no personal experience but can give that of a farmer that I interviewed a little more than a year ago . This man owns a small farm and is a good farmer . He has a three-acre plot of bottom land that had been used as a feed lot . The land is worth J 100 per acre , and It is five feet to water . Five years ago in June , when corn was five feet high and laid by , he sowed to alfalfa , 10 lb . seed per acre . He sowed two corn rows at a time , stooping down and casting the seed under the blades . The corn had level culture . The alfalfa seed was covered with a light one-horse harrow , containing 30 teeth . Care was taken to pull all the rank growing weeds . Al corn cutting time the alfalfa was knee high . The farmer said that he did not attempt to work at cutting corn , till the dew was off . The alfalfa was used for hog and cow pasture during the...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907

A request For our free illustrated booklet B carries with it no obligation to open an account . All we ask is the opportunity of explaining clearly why your savings should earn 4 % — the rate paid by all the savings banks in Cleveland for the past 65 years—and why your money will be absolutely safe if sent by mail to this institution—the oldest and largest of its kind in Ohio , with assets of over AS MILLION DOLLARS . The CITIZENS SAVINGS . .. and Trust Co . CLEVELAND , O . ,- s THE HOME OF ,- ¦ / BANKING BY MAIL . - / CAPITAL AND SURPLUS / / / S 6 , 0 O 0 , 000 . 00 . •• yC / # /^ / P / Cui and in .... yjr / yy > x • th i * coupon » *«^ J ^ y J >^ tO * A * 4 $ */ / //^ MAKE MORE MONEY } ON FRUIT CROPS Everyone who grows fruit , whether on a large or small scale , or who has a berry patch or a garden , should be interested in getting tlio most profit from bin crops . ST . J O S E P H 7 M 1 SSOURI is tho only magazine In America which Is devoted _^^^^ exclusivel...

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A TRAVELING MAIL . BOX . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907

A TRAVELING MAIL . BOX . Some time ago we received numer TROLLEY MAIL BOX CARB 1 EB . ous inquiries for plans for a traveling mail box . In response to an invitation for suggestions we received several plans embodying the principle shown in the accompanying cut . The plan is a simple one and needs no explanation . Number six wire is recommended and it should be stretched tight enough so there would not be much sagging between posts . The box used may be of any shape but should be one of the regular rural boxes and easy for the carrier to open and shut . The box is suspended from the top wire by means of grooved pulleys and is carried back and forth by the lower wire which runs over the crank wheel , and a pulley at the road end of the line .

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BUILDING DEPARTMENT . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907

BUILDING DEPARTMENT . ( Conducted by John L . Shawver . ) PLAN NO . 63 . Cheap Tenant House . —Please give plans and specifications for a cheap TENANT HOOSE . tenant house not to cost over $ 500 . Would like a sitting-room , bedroom with closet and kitchen with pantry on FIRST FLOOR . - first floor . Studding to be 16 ft . —D . D ., Lorain Co ., O . This is a plain and unpretentious little farm-house of seven rooms ; halls , closets , etc ., with a number of desirable features in spite of its low cost . The bay windows may be emitted if desired and the porch changed to a small bedroom . Hill . OF -MATERIALS . Bill Stuff . —12 pieces , 2 x 8 xl 4 ; 70 pieces , 2 x 8 xl 2 ; 80 pieces , 2 x 8 x 8 ; 150 pieces , 2 x 4 xl 6 ; 80 pieces , 2 x 4 x 14 ; 6 pieces , 2 x 4 xl 2 ; 30 pieces , 2 x 4 x 8 ; 2 , 600 lineal ft . lath , 1 x 2 . Mill Work . —1 , 500 sq . ft . flooring ; 2 ,- 000 sq . ft . siding ; 400 sq . ft . beaded ceiling ; 270 lineal ft . fascia , % x 4 ; 270 lineal ft . crown mo...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907

if / / / lu ^^/ iir tllOlilullJi ? llwB 8 iK « : c ?! l \ \ \ miff W & . / aBBfrWrflWPHWWHB ^ . a ™ u * * Im \ \ \ I / / / The best tools yon have ever bought \ 1 l^ify Same prices yog have always paid 11 / | | 1 — That s what Uic True Temper Label on your Farm and Garden Hand-Tools Stands lor \ ff I Q ™ DY well . Because the the hi gh quality represented by HI ft i / j v l ° know True •*•»standard process , it was /// *— » temper , the more you will named True Temper . /// appreciate how much it All tools must pass tests and in- // i Tl !! fi & , y i , OU w J „ , spectioiis , and only those which It I „ ™ ? f , vT i eS ? nd R . akes we Prove - in Quality , construe- I manufacture have long been fa- tion . hang and temper are la- il I mous for their excellence . Some beled True Temper . ^ H ot our brands are nearly three- That is why you know a tool is Kl P | quarters of a century old . just right when it is True Tern- \ M IjH But we also make , many other pe...

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[LIVESTOCK1 - ^^^^—^ m ^—^ -mm——^^ [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907

[LIVESTOCK1 - ^^^^—^ m ^—^ -mm——^^ ONE OF THE FINE FARMS OF WESTERN N . Y . Upon invitation of the proprietor , Mr . R . G . Freitchey , I made a visit to his place in the month of August . It has not been my good fortune to feast my eyes upon so beautiful a house and grounds , with barns and other buildings to correspond . The accompanying illustrations convey a fair idea of some things about the farm . The horse and carriage barn has a lawn , embellished with flowers where vehicles are not generally backed around . The turn table here is inside , on a roomy , well-swept floor . Going through a gate in a picket fence , we entered an orchard , intervening between the buildings devoted to grain and stock and those 1 have mentioned . In this orchard were pasturing ten fine Shropshire lambs . The grain rations that they receive have something to do with their fine ap A GOOD DUHHAM COW . pearance . In all there are about 100 Shropshire sheep on this place . Seven cows make up the dairy ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907

^ uvy ^ flririfiivuvvtf- ij ^^ iajtjij . > . ¦ . ¦ ILUMBAGO X AND ISCIATICA ST! JACOBS OIL H Penetrates to the Spot Right on the dot . ft Price 25 c and 50 c j Joooooogcoooocooooacoooond Horse Owners Should Vse GOMBAILTS CAUSTIC BALSAM The Great French Veterinary Remedy , A SAFE , SPEEDY & POSITIVE CORE . _ V Prepared exclusively ** *^ by J- E . Gombault , ex- ^ n » \ eterinary Surgeon to lYSFi | A tin ? K .-tiich Government flp n | jm . stud . SUPERSEDES ALL CAUTERY OR FIRING . Impossible to produce any scar or blemish . The safest best Blister ever used . Takes the Blace of all liniments for mild or severe action , emoves all Bunches or Blemishes from Horses or Cattle . As a HlM . W RKMKHY for Rheumatism , . Sprains , Sore Throat , etc . lt is Invaluable . WK OUARANTEE that one table . spoonful of Caustic Balsam will produce more actual results than a whole bottle of any liniment or spavin cure mixture ever made . Every bottle of Caustic Balsam sold Is Warra...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907

in^fuici 5 and - * B « te ^ LPOIII Ifey lE^il^^ J H Any person , however Inexperienced , V can readily cure cither disease with ^ H Fleming s ^ HF I Fistula and Poll Evil Cure » J I —* vcn hud old ease * that skilled doctors VI ? I nbondoncd . Easy and dimple ; no Ml \ l | cutting ; i « st a little attention evory fifth 1 II day—and your money refanded If It ever Ml full ... OurcH most cason within thirty days , I l ** uvinn the horse sound and smooth . All 11 I particulars given In ml Fleming s Vest-Pock et Mi Veterinary Adviser « ss » « I write as for a tree copy . Ninety-six ^ k I paROs . covering more than a hundred veterinary subjects . Durably bound , In * doxed and illustrated . FLEMING IIKOS ., Chemists , gttlt I nlon Mock Yards , CklcnKo , III . M \ J \ are now In season . They are Quickly Brj Js Summers * < jf IfWorm Powders a Sa Thirty Years Popularlt / i Dead Shot F 9 l ^ 3 every time ; Largest Sain . 7-lb . oka .. cftS teJ « 1 . 00 i 3-lb . pkg .. 60 c . Ot a...

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BREEDING HORSES . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907

BREEDING HORSES . There appears to be nothing in future agricultural enterprise more promising of rich returns than the breeding of really choice horses . The country is being scoured today by buyers of good horses of all classes . It is safe to say that double the number of such horses now in sight would be bought at high figures without hesitation on the part of the buyers . There is an insatiable demand in all of the cities , and strange to say , even the farmers who ought to be selling are buying . The result is that animals of very ordinary worth are selling high while the higher grades are commanding unheard-of prices . Turn to the Buffalo letter appearing in every issue of The Ohio Farmer and see what figures are paid for the best of each class of horses , then ask yourself whether it will pay to cater to the wants of the best buyers . While I do not wish to enter the realms of prophecy , still it seems certain that this unprecedented demand will continue for a long while and...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907

C , / l T *^ V j §| Th e Only Composition Roofing ^^ *¦* * ^^ jj applied with Equal Ease , Summer FLEXIBLE CEMENT or Winter , because-Carey s Roof3 | * f | Fi 1 | 6 ing is ALWAYS { , exibIe . Neither JVVF \ JL 1 11 . € 9 Cold nor Heat affects it in the least . IN these davs of prosperity , invest in a Good Roof—one that will last without patching throughout the rainy days of adversity . Just one roof is required when it s CAREY S , for a Carey Roof is time-proof—lasts as long as the building stands . Carey s Roofing is moisture-proof , wind-proof and fire-resisting ; is cheaply and easily applied over flat or steep surfaces , and over old shingle or metal roofs without removing same . „„„ _ Writ * tor FREE SampU There is no tar or paper in Carey s RooflnR . It ia composed of best woolon felt , our Asphalt Compound , < , ¦ ^^ f / Wgy » strong burlap and our flre-reslsting Cement , all com- A ,. .. ; i .: ; . i $ \ 7 / 3 xpressed into compact sheets . Our Special Lap ( pate...

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I VETERINARY I [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907

I VETERINARY I • . . ^ . . aBn—I—>——W ( Conducted by W . C . Fair , V . S . ) Advice through this department la free to our subscribers . Bach communicatlon should state history and symptoms of the case in full ; also name and address of writer . Initials only will bo published . Articular Rheumatism—Indigestion . — Two pigs are stiff . Joints are enlarged , bowels are costive . Mare is out of condition , her coat Is rough , legs stock , and she bloats . A . F . S .. North Clymer . O . — Tour pigs have rheumatism affecting joints . Give 10 grains carbonate potssla In feed , 2 or 3 times a day . and apply equal parts turpentine , aqua ammonia and sweet oil to joints , once a day for : : days , then twice a week . Give - OZ . castor oil daily until bowels move freely . Your mare suffers from Indigestion . ( Jive Si oz . ground gentian . 1 oz . bicarbonate soda . Vz oz . ground ginger and I oz . powdered charcoal in feed , twice a day . Heifer Kicks . —Heifer kicks violently...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907

f Sale—Registered Oxford , Shropshire and Southdown sheep , owe . bred to hunb In March 11110 April to our Imported Show Ramxtnlso S .. .. L .-II . r „ iM ,.-. l Shorthorn rattle ot both .. ! , ¦» . W . I .. PORTEK J : SON . Atmlar , Portage Co ., O ., on CAP . R . U . VOlt SAM . —Our entire ( look ol thoroughbred mtrepan Ire Shes } ., consisting ; or L-S-ayear-old . won . owe lambs and roms . Plock established hi S 9 , Address at ohco . Wlnaiis & l . emeu , Hamburg , Mich . WOOL-MUTTOM SHROP . Di-ceding Kw . s , l , rcd lo . nm . of Hit IK 0 MI find lituU r . uia In Am . rlcn . Al » o bis . ols . t P -C . . wine . Pric * . right . Write for price 11 m . V . . ij . BAPl . liWOOD STOCK r . lIM , Al . l . l . oMN , aUCIMUAN . Heaw s , B I , l ° l , Top sJ > nish MoJ rino maul nd . v . for sale . Address J . A . I . KM . MAX . Wblgvlllc . Ohio . A FI 5 W first -class , hjnvy-. licorlng . ftne . -llo . ci . > . •fl- Pclainc Merino Hams . Prices reasonab...

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