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Page 27 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 March 1907

- . - - - Where would you rather be ? In the North or East hugging a stove to keep warm , or living a free , comfortable , out-of-door life in the Southwest ? The farmer in the Southwest is enjoying his winter . He hardly ever sees snow and a freeze is almost unknown to him . He is able to work out-of-doors all the year and it is not uncommon for him to raise two or three crops a year . Five or six cuttings of alfalfa is the expected thing and it seldom fails . He does not know what it is to build expensive shelter for the protection of his stock in winter and as for long feeding periods he is spared that expense . When you stop to think that he has all of these advantages , and besides has only paid a fifth or a tenth as much for his land as you paid for yours and can raise 30 bushels of wheat , 50 bushels of corn or 90 bushels of oats to the acre , don t you think he has all the best of you ? He has good markets and usually gets better prices for all he raises than you get . Schoo...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
1 HOME m YOUTH ) [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 March 1907

1 HOME m YOUTH ) CAWDOR CASTLE . A VERY INTERESTING OLD SCOTTISH STRONG nOLD . BY IDA SI . PHIPPS . Away In the north of Scotland stands a very old castle , interesting because of Its age and the fact that the centuries which have passed over It have only very slightly changed litis hoary old pile . It is surrounded by trees , many of them hawthorns CAWDOR CASTLE . —The Top of the Keep is Visible Just beyond tho Gable . The Projecting Closet , Mentioned in the Description , Is Seen at the Right Front Corner of the Castle . I ) i NOEOX OF CAWDOR CASTLE . —Shows the Trunk of the Hawthorn Tree Around Which the Castle Was Built The Roots of the Tree Are Said To Be Still Alive . of great age . The castle , a fine specimen of the feudal baronial manor . Is appropriately approached by a narrow drawbridge , still capable of being raised and lowered . A stream runs along one side of the castle ; it used to feed the moat , which still exists , although now dry . The royal permit for the erect...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 March 1907

A Wanted ! Young men ! Railroad ! R ^ rss I ^ SI BuKROpcmen , Electric Motor imii , Comim-tora . Ex ] T- | B ioiiro unnccenary . Instruction by MAIL . ApplltflESflMcittio . ] blank run . hook for stain ) . XIIIPMNTEI .. BY . INST ., No . 16 , Indianapolis , Ind . J s ? h N o E of c ? .:: ,, on AUCTIONEERING and ORATORY , 231 Ashland Blvd .. CHICAGO . III . All branchei . Sin-clnl ( mtructori . Term opens loon . Free Catalog . CAKKY 3 t . JNKS . l f-s . JtmW ^ mmi YOUNG MEN WANTKD — To learn the JEflT ^ sfi Veterinary Profession , Catalogue Bont __ tL ___\ t » ¦ « - • Address VKTKK 1 NARV COLLKtJK . 5 KTv- * Grand ltuiiiils . aiich . L . I .. Conkey . Prin . \ X 7 anted—Men to learn harbor trude . Few wooks * completes . Toole given ; wages Saturdays ; board provided : position * gnarantd . Write nearest bxancb . Molor System of Colleges , Chicago , 111 ., or Cinc . nni . l ., 0 .

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Page 28 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 March 1907

Hlftii ^^ iflfl No rubber wears as well as new pure Para rubber . It has stretch and dont crack . Put on good canvas and duck it will outwear any other kind three times over . Buffalo Brand Rubber boots are made of new pure Para rubber . They stretch where the strain comes . That s why they wear better . Other kinds o £ rubber will crack because theres no ^ *~ . Stretch in it . To any user of I ^ teMl Rubber Boots who will send I for our beautifully illustrated I Booklet J , we will send a handsome Souvenir Watch I Fob FREE . Supply is lim- I ted . Write today . Established Over Fifty Year , VIM . If . WALKER & CO ., JIM 77-K 3 So . Pearl St .. ___ = Buffalo , N . Y . _ m ^_\ IP ^ TBIG ^ E© AME CARTRIDGES The man who has saved up money for a big game trip-who has traveled miles—endured hardships and finally gets a misfire Instead of a moose , is one who does not use U . M . C . Big Game Cartridges . U . M . C . Ammunition is sure fire . THE UNION METALLIC ~ CARTRIDGE COM...

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Page 29 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 March 1907

rJ /^ J t ^ P X Iif Ifi $ tlltnMmi Ja ^^^^^^ K ^^^ An IEczema IHand Ishould not be covered by a glove , A I fresh antiseptic bandage every day after applying Heiskell s Ointment j is all that is needed to cure the trouble , no matter how old or stub- | born it may be . Heiskell s Ointment goes right to the spot . It cools the skin , stops the burning and itching , and cures . There is no case too obstinate . AM skin diseases yield to its magical influence . Used successfully for half a century . Iu all cases it is best to bathe the part affected with Heiskells MedioinalSoap before applying the Oint- i mciit . To make the blood pure and | clean up the liver take lleiskell s Blood and Liver J * ills . Ointment 50 c . a box : Soap 25 c . a cake ; Pills 25 c . a box . Sold by all druggists , H or sent by malL JOHNSTON , H 0 LL 0 WAY & CO ., 631 Commerce St , Philadelphia , Pa . SAMPLE o ° v F R SOAP miums which we § lve with orders of our Soaps , Tea , coffee , aklng Powder ...

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Page 29 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 March 1907

The Larkin Idea FACTORY-TO-FAMILY Saves You $ 10 . 00 Every Few Weeks 1 TV /] AN Y of the home needs you buy from the retailer pass through several hands : from the factory to the sales agent ; from the sales agent to the wholesaler ; from the wholesaler to the retailer ; from the retailer to the consumer . ! Each middleman adds his expenses , his losses , his profits ; all these are piled ! up in the retail price and must be paid by—YOU ! Buying your Laundry and Toilet Soaps , Toilet Articles , Teas , Coffee , Spices , Extracts , Baking Powder , etc ., direct from the Larkin ! Factories does away with all unnecessary waste—gives you $ 10 . 00 worth of : Larkin Products and the saved profits of middlemen in a r 1 $ 10 . 00 Premium— $ 20 . 00 worth of retail value of unTTT * TTf questioned excellence , direct from the manufacturer , for only $ 10 . 00 . _ l _ A s , The Larkin Idea reduces the ffk _______ i ¦ _ , f i A cos ° ^ living for over three ^^ * - * ~ M _} ES 8 * ai : l SF _ £...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
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HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 March 1907

HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT p ~ s ~~~ SPECIAL ARTICLE NO . 6 . ~~ Training Our Five Daughters = l By JULIA GACt GERRISH . Stf *_ m ^^_^ _*^ r + ^ Stm ^ S * mt ^ - ^^ * * * Mrs . Gerrish , the author of this article , and of the succeeding ones on this subject ¦ which will appear serially for several weeks In this department . Is eminently qualified to speak helpfully on matters pi-rtainlngr to the rearing of daughters . Her methods have borne such good results ln the training of their own family of live daughters that we MRS . OERRISH . tnougnt an mo triers among our readers would like to know something about them , and that is why we persuaded Mrs . Gerrish to tell us about the experience ol herself and Mr . Gerrish ln evolving theli principles of family management . HABITS . HKALTH . LATE HOURS . AIR . When asked to prepare a few chapters for The Ohio Farmer from my own experience In the training of our five daughters , I hesitated very seriously . In the flrst place , I am too busy rais...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 March 1907

Housekeepers must be watchful , for great efforts are made to sell the alum baking powders which every physician will inform you are poisonous to the human system . ^ The Government Report shows Royal Baking Powder to be an absolutely pure and healthful cream of tartar baking powder , and consumers who are prudent will make sure that no other enters into their food .

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
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Page 30 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 March 1907

Write for Our Spring and Summer Style Book . We send il free . __ m * . LADIES SKIRT . B NUMBER 1201 Iv This Handsome Walking Skirt .. $ 2 . 98 Haste la conform exactly . » / wilh your measure 1 I u s t ration the exact style B skirt , but It o do It justice—ust see the skirt iize What a wonhargain it real- — This pretty is made of all wool panama cloth , colors are black and blue . It is made witli seven gores , the two front gores be1 n g trimmed with straps of sam-. materials , extending from the waist to the knee , and finished with button trimmings . The sides are plain and the back closes with an inverted plait—the tailoring is splendid—lengths 38 to 44—waist measure 23 to 29—samples of the cloth the skirts are made of mailed upon application , but you need not delay , we run all risks , n you are not satisfied we refund your money together with all express charges . This Bargain Shirt $ 2 . 98 When you order be sure and mention size * Postage 24 cents extra WE FILL ALL ORDERS...

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Page 31 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 March 1907

PIP SAFETY AND EFFICIENCY Ttf % Sw ^ v that cannot be loand In any hammer ^^ ^ - \ revolver ol other makes , are united In the ^ ^^^^^^ sP * ttB . t ... ^ L ^ 1 ?^ H © U POLICE (( Nl \ OL . It AUTOMATIC V ^ s / V \ IT can be drawn Irom Ihe pocket and fired with Brent rapidity because the _\ hammer is sunk in the frame and CANNOT CATCH ON THE CLOTHING , nor be accidentally Hiscliargcd , yet can be readily cocked for deliberate aim when desire * . These safety features are not found in H revolvers of other makes . Snellsnre automatically ejected — making it easy ^^¦¦ sssssssV to reload . Made of the best materials , finely finished , nnd wilh proper care will last a lifetime . The price Is ri ght , too . It costs you $ 5 . o 0 . Specifications 31 caliber , 6 shot , _ % Inch barrel , or 38 caliber , 5 shot , 3 / inch barrel , nickel finish . The celebrated H o . R Hammerlcss Revolver , $ 6 . 50 . Ask for tbeH & R if you want a Revolver that will give perfect satisfaction fo...

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Page 32 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 March 1907

Mammoth Sale of Sheriffs * ReceiversStocks THE CHICAGO HOUSE WRECKING CO . SAVES YOU 30 TO 50 PER CENT TblsMammoth Sale of Sheriffs and Receivers Stocks Is tbe MOST WONDERFUL BARGAIN offering ever advertised . Such an opportunity seldom occurs . We are tbe only company In tbe world devoted to tbe purchase and sale ot BANKRUPT STOCKS . By our unique methods we are able to sell you the highest grades of merchandise of every kind at prices that seldom represent tbe original cost of production . In these days of high prevailing prices , when trusts and combinations control every manufactured line , we give you a CHANCE TO ECONOMIZE u , 0 Ur S , u n ases Tbe coatIlest of merchandise Is sold by us 30 % to 50 % tower than you can purchase It for elsewhere . Tbe time to ACT Is TODAY while this Bargain Sale Is taking place . Dont wait until Its too late . Act quickly . That s tbe way to save money . You need have no hesitation In buying from us . We fully protect you . If you dont like the g...

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FOUR GENERATIONS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907

FOUR GENERATIONS . The first illustration on this , page i ¦ hows four generations on both shies , with . the great grandfathers as well as the great grandmothers . The central figures are Mr . and Mrs . Ellsworth Pankhurst and little daughter Genevieve , who is now 24 months old . To the left of Mrs . Pankhurst , as you face the picture , is her mother , Mrs . Mary Hull and her grandparents , Mr . and Mrs . John Dyer . To the right of Mr . Pankhurst , as you face the picture , is his mother , Mrs . Rosetta Pankhurst and his grandparents , Mr . and Mrs . Emanuel Strawman . All the representatives are strong and healthy and are residents of the village of Amsden and vicinity , in Seneca Co ., O .

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STACKING FODDER . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907

STACKING FODDER . The lower illustration on this page shows our method of ricking fodder , which we believe has many points of superiority over any other method . In beginning we set up the bundles as in making a shock in the field . We widen on two sides of this shock till it is nine or ten ( fair size ) bundles wide , giving a slant to the outside bundles of about 70 degs ., or as steep as can be to allow of a second lap of bundles about three feet from the ground . The length of the rick is made to accommodate the amount of fodder to be stored . After making the first course the stacker mounts the top of the rick and fills the -middle by placing bundles lengthwise , over-lapping the bundles ( tops up ) in a manner to conform to the slant of the foundation course . We usually make a five-course rick which is as high as will admit of convenient pitching of the bundles . A similar system of courses and filling is carried to the top of the rick . The roof course is made by placing bu...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907

FOUR i BIS BRATIONS .

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