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Annual Loss of Forty-five Million Dollars From Bad Eggs . [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 July 1914

Annual Loss of Forty-five Million Dollars From Bad Eggs . 2 Fertile egg after 24 hours of incubation . 4 . Fertile egg after S 6 hours of incubation . 6 . Fertile egg after 48 hours of incubation . S . Fertile egg after 72 hours of Incubation . 10 . Fertile egg after 7 days of incubation . — - ________^_ . —______ j 1 . Fresh Big . The loss to the farmers of the United States from bad methods of producing and handling eggs is estimated at $ 45 , 000 , 000 annually . IT IS ALSO ESTIMATED THAT $ 15 , 000 , 000 OF THIS Loss is DUE TO BLOOD RINGS . Every dollar of this loss from blood rings is directly preventable on the farm . Blood rings are a certain stage of chick development in the egg . Heat develops the germ until it becomes a blood ring . ( See Figures 4 , 6 and 8 . ) Blood rings often develop in the nest and in an unheated room in the house during the hot summer weather . ( See Figures 4 , 6 and 8 . ) Blood rings can not be produced in the infertile e S & Blood ring...

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 July 1914

AaamY CT \ ^ ^ W ^\ w Drinks ^ , , W[QmMa I —it answers every beverage reI quirement—vim , vigor , refreshment M wholesomeness . go * % It will satisfy yon * M^^ ^^ Demand tbe genuine by full name— __________________¦_¦ ^^ k Kickoameaencouragesubetltutlon . _____ P ^_______!____ F ^^ THE ) COCA-COLA COMPANY \ ffiaEK ^ •^^ ATLANTA , GA . ^^ - f ^^ 1 TOtenever ^^^^^_ __^ M \ TW MMMMMMMMMm you ^»^^^^_ _ ^^ msmmT 9 ^ a • ____________¦__ - ** * Arrow ^^¦* - _____________________________ - S *^& WMmMBf of Coca-Cols . ^ • aa _______ a , s ^ ^*^__ _ a »» f \_ s _ Ss = gaHonf Polarine sold . last jrearv ^ \ 5 \ S ^ i • f ^ g j 1 , 536 , 232 gallons more than in 1912 = i * Y ~ /___ These figures form Indisputable evidence I ^ w | | of PO LARINES lubrica ting efficiency . | ^ XE * wSm For all makes and types of motor cars , I 4 __ *!\ JJEMA motor trucks , motorcycles and motor boats . IJ t ^^ y ^ l / r !! Maintains the correct lubricating body at MI ma ! any motor speed or temperat...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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P 0 ULTO [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 July 1914

P 0 ULTO Swat the Rooster There is absolutely no reason for keeping the male birds with the laying hens after the breeding season is over . Some people seem to think that the rooster has to be with the hens in order to get eggs—this is not true . On the contrary , careful experiments have proved that a flock ot laying hens will actually produce more eggs without the male birds running with them . . . Infertile eggs are always in demand , for they will stand shipping , keep m hot weather , and bring top prices on the market . It is also a mistaken idea that fertile eggs have to be in an incubator before the germ grows and develops . The growth will take place no matter whether the eggs are in an incubator , in a hot country store , in a hot living room , in wagon en route to market over a hot country road , or exposed to heat in any other manner or place . Eggs are among the most perishable of all foods . A fertile egg kept in a warm room will become unfit for human food almost as qu...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 July 1914

Earn «. Swing M mAsmsT _ Hx ____ L ^_ P * M . ^_^ ^ WMmsVAaf Mawm J ^ HAV ^ L H . MM ^___________________^____ I ¦ a \\\\\\\\ W ^ Lm mmaaM \ M yAmMMk m \ wm MmW W * No Money Required \ T4 ^?^^—s ^«4 ^ Sf & gmmWB liaiMsis in aatanl wood . rsrnlabed .. AdfantaMe in SESpoaWooe . I ^ beardeasbarai -ld Bat BeatiatbUtaa . ^ mammWlSm . BaekM 5 S . Mll . ^ mtfSgl ^ mMMMMMm . visa . ______ E _ X ___! e 2 2 U _ H ___ H _ 2 rla __^________ i ^ _________________ v 8 _____________ 0 ^^^^ J _____ f ^** mU Vltmm Shtothe 24 tangs of soap ^!_ 3 ^ ee » t __ . enle _ -ByeS 5 _ -. CR 0 nra & . ^ C 0 . raChkatf » ^• . SJWfe CHKaMKMU- _^^ lW ^^^ - ^^ 55 sand yen S * in peyaant within W dan . St . Address — P . 0 _— Suae — ¦ Glee two noaiiisas references below . Complete Stencil Outfit Free Just the thing to beautify your home . No knowledge of painting required , suitable for decorating pillow tops , table covers , dresses , walla , etc This large outfit contains : 8 beautiful Ste...

Publication Title: Better Farming
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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 July 1914

3 A Folding | BROWNIE ^^______________________________^ HH ^_____ H _ l ^__ ra _ PM _^_^ Hu ^^^ P ^ p ***^ wsl TPHB No . 3 A Folding Brownie takes a picture fust the size of a post card ( 3 tf x o } i inches ) . Like the other Brownies it loads in daylight , using Kodak film cartridges of six or ten exposures . It is fitted with automatic shutter for instantaneous or time exposures . The developing and printing can be done at home without a dark-room , or if you prefer , films being light and nonbreakable may be readily mailed to your dealer for developing and printing . Brownies from $ 1 . 00 to $ 12 . 00 . Illustrated catalogue of Kodak and Brownie Cameras free at the dealers , or by mail . EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY , 449 State Street , ROCHESTER , N . Y . THIS BEAUTIFUL LINEN SET GIVEN . / i ^^^^^ a \ SjLV „ 4 % 0 „«* . » 41 UXrJ ^^ ^^^ ^^ T ^ The most beautiful of all trays and dollies are those which display a great deal of eyelet work . . _ . _ . . , One large tray , slse 8 x 1 T ...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
The Cloverdale Parish [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 July 1914

The Cloverdale Parish >_ . BKBLS LOST WITHOUT HAVING « LU A Iff ON SUNDAY-ATTBNDS CH 0 R A POPULAR CHURCH nm S EMANTHY : . Today , is Sundav but „ Xnt never m strust it by the Icoks rthiSSS *« street * f T * «* 8 eV hat 0 v tni » B » peepul are any skeer ser , or that they wawk any slower than they do in the middle ov the week . Nuther kin I see that the f okes in gineral looks any more sober or peer to be any better dressed up . Theres just ez mutch noise as ever all around our boardin house , frum waggins a goin and paper boys yellin , and all kinds ov uther up roar that you dont lam what makes it ner where it kums Theres wun thing I want to say , while I think ov it tho , and that is that nobody ever finds out how mutch noise a boy kin make ontil they hear him a tryin to sell papers . Sum men kin take a base drum and make a heap ov fuss with it , if they kno how to hit it jest rite , but they cant begin to kum up to what three or four boys kin do in tryin to git shut o...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 July 1914

These Costly Tires INow Undersell Nearly Every Make I The tables are turned Goodyear No-Rim- Reasons f Of Price I Gut tires—once the costly tires—now sell _ . , _ r > J I beCmoTothers . There are 16 makes The reasons lor present Goodyear pnee . I sold at higher prices-up to one-half higher . *** l U 8 t mese - I NowthesetireswhichruIeTiredom-the New factories , new equipment new maI leading tires of the world-save you on first chmery . new efficiency . A multiplied output , I cost as well as on last cost It is more im- now the largest in the world It has cut I portent than ever to get them . ™* head cost 24 per cent and labor cost I 25 per cent I Reasons for Cost ^ modest profit Last year our profit I No-Rim-Cut tires for a long time cost one- averaged only Q / i per cent 1 fifth more than other standard tires , Thatwas No-Rim-Cut tires at present prices are I due to four great features—costly features even j , etter faan ^ ey were at high prices . I —found in no other ti...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
MJ ^ Sm ^ m [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 July 1914

MJ ^ Sm ^ m . Know Smith and Family ? Dr . J . N . Hurty , Colorado state health commissioner , who is fighting disease as an employe of the state , believes that aside from the pain and loss of life there is a big economic loss when a family is swept by disease . He emphasizes his belief that the farmer or banker who watches carefully over the health of his hogs or the prosperity of his neighborhood should for the same pecuniary reasons insist on precautions against disease in the human family . He gives the following example of financial loss from sickness Smith and Family . His name was Smith . He lived in Colorado . He was a farmer . His house was built flat upon the ground . No underneath ventilation . There was a small cellar . It was musty . Vegetables , rotten and unrotten , were stored in it The house was heated by an air tight stove . All windows were fastened down . All window cracks were calked with rags . The barn was 28 feet from the kitchen door . There was a big pile...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 July 1914

- Tbe Telephone Emergency HfHE „ touteat telephone line But for tbe suburban and rural \ 1 cannot stand against such a lines reaching a scattered popstorm as that which swept the ulanon and doing a small busiMiddle Atlantic coast early in the ness in a large area , it is impracyear . Poles were broken off like ticable to dig trenches , build conwooden toothpicks . andwireswere duits and lay cables in order left useless in a tangled skein . that each individual wire may be underground . It cost the telephone company over a million dollars to repair More important is the problem that damage , an item to be re- of service . Overhead wires are membered when we talk about necessary for talking a very long bow cheaply telephone service distance . It is impossible to talk may be given . more than a limited distance underground , although Bell engiMore than half of the wire mile- neers are making a world s record age of the Bell System is under- for underground communication , ground out of...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
lleports Jfr 6 mXme Fanimhifn [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 July 1914

lleports Jfr 6 mXme Fanimhifn [ DffffilMNT STATiOSS The Late Bulletins The gradually decreasing number of „ ild fur-bearing animals is forcing the IZt into a position of economic value that ^ f put thousands of dol lars into the Octets of the farm boys of the United £ t according to Farmers Bulletin « 3 United States Department of Agriculture A test of the European market shows the quality of . our mole skins to he equal to those imported from the other side , where heretofore we have obtained our mole skins , American-like , overlooking this item of business thrift . It seems that the mole has been a much abused animal , as its benefits to the gardens and fields overbalance the harm its tunnels do , according to Theo . H . Scheffer , assistant biologist in the Bureau of Biological Survey , in this bulletin . Aside from the enormous quantities of white urubs , bugs , etc ., destroyed by moles the tunneling aids aereation of soil , allows water to enter from the surface more readily ...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 July 1914

1 * akmmmWAeXMrQm \ f H-P . —M t _ wlil )! .:. : ! 23 ¦ Bj ^ WKerosene , Gasoline and Gas 8 taUonar 7 . ( eUddad or on iron base ) , and Mounted Btylea . Standard the world over for 27 rearm . Better today than ever . Why pay double price foe-a good engine , or take apoor or doubtful one for any price , when the W 1 TTE costs ao little and nana auriekt 60 Days Free Trial 8-Year Guaranty Dlraat from Peatery to Ueera , for cash or on easy terms , at priest hitherto unheard of , for * ngines of these merits : Long-wearing , sand-steel , separable cylinders , and four-tins pistons : all vetoealvalvea : automobile Ignition ; spark ahift for aaar starting ; variable ¦ peed ; and other * , without which no estfne ean now be high-grade , lam simply sharing my manufacturing advantages with engine bnyeiviuera—aaUng only one email factory pnflt . New Book Free 5 » tf ^ T »?^ understand engine book in tha bosi- MW 2 S ?« t h nesa . Gives the Inside of engine \\ M F * 6 T II smiting aa well aa m...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
{{ wEwmmmmKV [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 July 1914

{{ wEwmmmmKV Give Them a Place to Play Plenty of room for dives and dens ( glitter and glare of sin ) , Plenty of room for prison pens ( gather the criminals in ); Plenty of room for jails and courts ( willing enough to pay ) , But never a place for the lads to race—no , never a place to play ! Plenty of room for shops and stores ( Mammon must have the best )! Plenty of room for the running sores that rot tn the city s breast ! Plenty of room for lures that lead the hearts of our youths astray ; But never a cent on playground spentno , never a place to play . Plenty of room for schools and halls , plenty of room for art ; Plenty of room for teas and balls , platform , stage and mart . Proud is the city—she finds a place for many a fad today ; But she s more than blind if she fails to find a place for the boys to play . Give them a chance for innocent sport , give them a chance for fun—Better a playground plot than a court and a jail when the harm is done ! Give them a chance , —if y...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 July 1914

AU over tbe country men ate tearing ; WM off w « ott , nrepaied paper , tfai and gahran- MM , mad roofs . Nailing .. on Tlghtcote ^! S-T-U 4- For only TIchtcoFe STEEL ¦ can be rot-proof , fire-proof and mat-proof . ¦ It bad to come , ( or this is the Ate of Steal . S Cheap *! -, Too ! 1 Curiously enough . Steel shingles , as we ¦ ¦ ell them , direct bom factory to user , are ¦ now cheeper than wood . ¦ And easier put on . Instead of nailing ¦ one at * , time , these shingles go on In big clusters—100 or more at once . Mo extras ¦ needed . Mo special tools . Ko expert work- I men . Nopalntlngrequlred . Yet practically ¦ no wear-out to anBdwards Steel Roof . ¦ Hew Rust Was Den * Away Witt I 0 ! Mt _ t » nwtaltoo & ngrasta . tf _ ts 4 oeant . Foi I we Invented a method which , applied . to Open Hearth Btwl . astutely preventa rest from get . ¦ flu ataxtaCMled ;^ Awards Tlchtoote ¦ RoeeaoTHtdoeo thework like magic , ea 1 , 8 , 00 ¦ tarn are sled to testify . ¦ rime i la * It...

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

Funnygraphs . . Why He Wanted It Arthur s mother sent him to the hardware store to buy a thermometer . He * £ d _ . h , s wants t 0 the salesman . Did your mother say what size you w « r , U ° , ? et ? .. asked the salesman . Why , replied the boy , just give me the biggest one you ve got . You see , it s to warm my bedroom with . + 0 + — Champion Bowlegs The question of the degree of bowleggedness to be found in various localities was before the house . Tom McNeal won with his candidate , one Cyrus Blunk , who lived in a small Kansas town that Tom used to infest . Blunk was so bowlegged , said Tom , that he had to wear his pants to bed in the winter time , because if he didn t his knees stuck out on each side of the covers and got frostbitten . When he died they couldn t find a coffin in the state of Kansas that was wide enough for him , ao they sawed off a section of a circular watertank and laid him away in that . Qualified for the Job Aren t you the boy who was here a week ago l...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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