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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 June 1914

I Grain Wasted Is I H Money Lost—— m _ H Yon would not throw yonr money Ultl Wa away . Then don t permit a thresher- am Ull man with an incompetent machine to M 1 Red River Special 1 U | And Save Your Thrash Bill M H It Is different . It teats out tbe grata || H ] MM instead of depending npon its drop- ¦¦ lllU ping out . I ) . C . Kimball and six M llll ] other farmers of Cando . North Da- ^ W IH kota , say : We honestly believe It baa nfll ^ m saved us enoufcb to pay our thresh ¦ IHl bills . It cleans so there is less dock- I 1 HI Um age at the elevators . Hire a Red ^ W Hill River Special this year yourself and ^ W HII save enough more to pay your thresh ¦¦ bill . Write for Thresher Facts . IIO B Nichols A Shepetnt Ctmpaay llH Ml Un continuous tniinemsince liifl WW ¦ H Bofldera of Thrashers . Wind Stackers . ^ M H | Feeders , Steam Engines and MK Free Farms The Canadian Government elves 7 , on T ° fi * choice of 125 , 986 / ree fertile farms , splendidly adapted tor mixed fanning ...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 June 1914

25 Years of Brand ResuS * t Uttall Ave ., . HmB ^^^ saU Buffalo , K . RV ^^ H Mar . 7 , 1 * 11 . _ Zl ___ i m ^__________\ Genttemrai I have BflH naBaBaBaBI uted your Bparln Core BBV ^ CflBB ^^ H tor twenty-five years . ^ . ^ . ^ ln £ nAtl < ki ^ l with excellent result * . ^^¦ jE * EH ** . * lll T . M . Nolan , ^ HttnEjjfffll Kendalls ^ EZgjgJI Spavin ^^^^¦ U Cure IIHSBBBH Keeps lags eoond and trim . ItvmtA ^ T ^ book , ATreattaajontie Horn ,- oYwftetil # ; pw . B . i . Mwaou . co ^ twosnuiw rAm . v ,. You Cant Cut Ou A BOO SPATIW ^ rFF or TBOBOCOBPI ] will clean them off perewitmlr , II and you work the horse same time . II Does not blister or remove the £ W hair . | 2 . 00 per bottle , delivered . B Will tell you more if you write , IB Book 4 K free . ABS 0 RB 1 NE , JR , A \ the antiseptic liniment for mankind , mfa reduce * Varicose Veins , Ruptured wsVAaV Mutcletor fjpswnts . Enlarged Cliinti . Gcitia Went . Cyta . tUlays pato gukltly . Price tl . 00 an <...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
tBB & Ofr DATKS- [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 June 1914

tBB & Ofr DATKS- Farm Cheese-Making , n . Prof . 0 . A . Jamison , Maine College of . 5 Airicurture Few people realize the great profit arid aossibilities in making cheese on the Farm especially when surplus milk is MI hand . The demand for soft and fancy cheeses is growing all the time and these can be made on the farm as , asily as in the factory , and not only as , means of using up surplus milk , but also by turning all the supply into cheese , cheese-making can be made as profitable as any line of dairying . The most common cheese made on the farm are : Cheddar , cottage , neu * chatel . pimento and cream . In the manufacture of all cheese , the use of clean milk is an absolute necessity , if a good product is to be made . The milk to be used is placed in a tank or vat and Vt to 1 per cent starter is added , until the milk has an acidity of . 18— . 20 % . The rennet is then added at a rate of 254-3 J 4 oz . to 1 , 000 pounds of milk , or enough rennet to coagulate t...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 June 1914

JL _ De LAVAL / J 5 S ^ i 8 jr as superior to other IIH ^ T separators as other I iTTnnV separators are to ^ j | | r ^ w > gravity creaming WHY STOP HALF WAY IN BUYING A CREAM SEPARATOR ? I THE ABOVE HEADING SUMS UP yean , ot on an average five times as long I tbe cream separator case , as it concerns as other separators . I every prospective buyer of a separator and every user of an inferior separator , Q £ LAVAL SEPARATORS COST I in as few words as it could well be put a little mote than other separators , but I ...... very little , and they toon save that small OTHER SEPARATORS SKIM difference and go on saving it every few I cleaner than is possible on the average months , as other separators would go on I with gravity creaming , and De Laval wasting it , for all the years they last . I Cream Separators alum as much closer atai than other separators , particularly WHy TH £ N Bm HAyr S 0 LVE under the harder conditions of cool milk . ^ bfem o | ^ ^ ^ ^ j ^ wnmn . heavy ...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Reports from the [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 June 1914

Reports from the il EXPERIMENT STATIONS Underground Waters For Farm Use Underground Waters for Farm Use , a popular report of the United States Geological Survey , has again been reprinted to meet the wide demand from all farming and suburban sections of the country . A copy can now be obtained free , on application to the director , United States . Geological Survey , Washington , D . C ^_„ v This Water Supply Paper ( No . 255 ) explains in simple language the habits of flow of underground waters through different kinds of rocks and soils , and calls attention to the dangerous character of many wells whose waters are supposed to be pure and wholesome . Water from limestone rock especially , it is stated , is apt to contain germs of typhoid or other disease , due to the fact that surface waters may find their way directly into underground channels which have been cut out through the dissolution of the lime . Methods of protection from subsurface drainage in farming districts are dis...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 June 1914

IISI Keep an accurate record of your farming operations and illustrate that record with Kodak pictures . An album of Kodak pictures , with explanatory notes on methods of tillage , drainage , fencing , building , breeding and the like will make a valuable reference work that will help you plan for the year to come . Experience is the best teacher —but you need records of such experience . Let the Kodak help . AA year deafer t » shew tht Brownie Cameras $ 1 . 00 to $ tiM , or . Kedah from J 6 J 00 up . Catalogue free at tke dealers , er if mail . EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY , 449 STATE STRHST , ROCHESTER , N . Y . The ^ SgSpJIf ^ greatest single factor |^ pHH ^ i in putting Truth into lattU ^ StalaflvJ a ^ vert > 8 > n 8 has been the ^ ^¦ Hv Square Deal Idea first ^^ gg ^^ used by the farm papers . But today the Truth idea has spread so that it now permeates all advertising everywhere— all business everywhere . As a result we see a growing confidence in manufactured p...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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fOUTO [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 June 1914

fOUTO How Often Should Chickens Be n Fed ? Some poultry keepers feed their flocks twice a day , while others feed them three mes a day . The best plan js to feed / Li . in confinement during winter three imes a day . When out on range , twice l eT day will suffice . When there is a ^ rv long interval between feeds , it is difficult to keep fowls busy where they are kept in confinement . Idle hens often contract bad habits such as feather pulling and egg eating , besides going out of condition from lack of exercise . Where it is not convenient to feed the hens three times a day , a moistened mash mav be fed in the morning and at the same time the noon feed of grain may be scattered in the litter , which will keep the fowls busy the greater part of the dav Where it is not convenient to feed the fowls early in the morning as in the case where the farmers wife cares for the flock after her kitchen duties are cared for , a good plan is to scatter grain plentifully in the litter after the...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 June 1914

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Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Me , GloVerdtm ^ hiisE Km [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 June 1914

Me , GloVerdtm ^ hiisE Km Elijah at the Fair PAYS AN UNEXPECTED VISIT TO THE STATION HOUSE—RESOLVES TO HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH A S TREET LETTER BOX . DEER S EMANTHY : ES I was a goin along the street the uther day , I kum to a cast iron box on the side ov a bildin that tuke my eye . There was a handle on it that anybody cud see was to be tuk hold ov , and there was sum big letters on the ) box which said , Turn to the right . I dident hav no idee at all as to what the box cud be fur , and so I stood there a muzin and wonderin fur more than a minit . Finally I konkluded that if they wanted the thing turned to the right I wud turn it and see what kum ov it , and so I tuk hold ov the handle and give it a twist with all my might , but nuthin peered to happen , and so I jest stood there a watchin it and feelin stumped . The fust thing I knode I heerd a clatterin ov wheels that made the ground trimble under my feet , and looking round I saw three or four fire ingines a kummin down the str...

Publication Title: Better Farming
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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 June 1914

GetTovrCm ^ iu HoBe ^ FromtheCmdianPacific BB will make yon a long time loan —yoa will have 20 years to payyon can move on tbe land at once —and your Canadian farm will maktxm inaetcnaenl . We Gire You 20 Years to Pay Rich Canadian land for from Bl to $ 30 ett ten . Pay only one ^ wtmtitth down . Balance In 19 equal payments with lntereat at 6 % . Long before final payment comes due yonr farm will bave paid for itsdf . Many good farmers in Western Canada have paid for the farms with one crop . We Lend You $ 2 , 000 for Farm bnproyements Only Ho otber lecurlty than tbe land . Tbe £ , 000 wOl help you build and Improve . and you are given twenty yaania which to pay with Interest at 8 * . Advance of Livestock on Loan Baste The Company , in case of approved land purchaser , will advance live stock to tbe value of $ 1 , 000 on a loan basis . Farms Hade Ready by Experts If Desired—11 yon want a place already establUbed . yon will find one on onr Ready Hade-Farm . Bonseand other buildings ...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 June 1914

m ml __\\\\ w 1 toQonoi % _ l ^ mmw ^ aayaim There are many plausible tests of roofing , but there ls only one tru 4 test—the proof on the roof . Therefore , roof your buildings—every building on the farm—with Certain-teed ROOFING —the roofing with a 15-year-sei-vlc 6-guarantee . Thetihreeblggest roofing mills ln the world are behind it , to make that guarantee good . Tour dealer can furnish Cortai-. tnd Roofing in rolls and Alngles-nwdeby the General Hoofing Mfg . Co ., world t MBClMB ? ac ^ tgj & • BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB _ W WlU yon buy wood shingles , which burn and rat , or Edwards Steal Shingles , which are absolutely rot-proof and sWproofT M Will yon buy wood shingles , that have to be nailed on , on * at • time , or Edwards Steel Sblngles , thatgoonlnclvtstersoilOOorinor , r Will you buy wood shingles at a big price or Edwards Steel Shingles at low print , direct from the maker ? The time to decide Is now-bafore yea bave invested your good money . IEdwards Steel Sh...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
ORCHARD AND GARDEN [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 June 1914

ORCHARD AND GARDEN Dont Use Stable Manure When Planting Fruit Trees The common practice of using stable -n . ire in planting fruit trees is one Xh cannot be recommended When . tree is planted its activity should be thl development of a strong and extensive root system . If large amounts of ertilizer are placed around the roots „ f a tree , the root growth will naturally not be so extensive as under normal Conditions because there will be no necessity of its searching far for suste wheti such a method is followed and the suooly of food materials provided at planting by the addition of stable manure is exhausted , the root system will not have grown sufficiently to secure food enough to keep up normal conditions in the growing tree . _ What was done with the idea of helping the tree will thus only serve to retard its gr Under ordinary conditions , no benefit is derived from watering newly set trees . If water is applied it should either be put on before the top soil is filled in aroun...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 June 1914

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Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
k WUNG 7 FARM FOLKS [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 June 1914

k WUNG 7 FARM FOLKS The Rabbit Stew Said the King to the Queen of Batteryboo : .. . . __ 1 think I could fancy a rabbit stew , _ ¦ Pray make one for dinner , my dear , twill be nice ; .. , , . , Add plenty of dumplings , and lots ot spice ; , , „ And since my appetites rather small , Perhaps I could manage to eat it all . But when the poor old queen went out There wasn t a single rabbit about I She searched the garden from side to Under the bushes she poked and pried—But nothing she found . And the King she knew Was waiting to dine on that rabbit stew . I know what Ill do , at last she saidShe kindled the fire , and the table she spread , Into the saucepan she quickly threw Pepper and salt , and dumplings , too ; A Rabbit Story A rabbit cleverly eluded capture by Buck Skinner s dog in Rattle Valley , Conn ., when he rolled down a hillside inside of a huge ball of snow , thus throwing the dog off the scent . Half a foot of sticky snow had fallen when the storm changed to . rain . The...

Publication Title: Better Farming
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