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ALFALFA GROWING . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907

ALFALFA GROWING . Alfalfa in Ohio . —More than a year ago , I called the attention of Mr . Miller , then secretary of the State Board of Agriculture , to the fact that there was no means of knowing the acreage of alfalfa in Ohio , and requesting him to see that it was placed on the assessor s list The crop bulletin for Aug . 1 , 1906 , gave the first report for FODDER RICK—PROPERLY MADE . O : THE FARM OP J . F . KELLER , LICKING CO .. O . Ohio , being for 1905 , totaling 10 . 832 acres . Recently , I have taken some care to notice the acreage as located in counties . Champaign Co .. the home of the Wing Bros ., has 1 , 053 acres . The next largest county acreage is that of . Hamilton , 966 acres . Taking a jump to the northeastern part of the state , we find in Stark Co ., 892 acres . Then across to the other side of the state we find in Logan Co . 813 acres . The three adjoining counties to Hamilton , have acreage as follows : Butler , 200 ; Clermont , 504 ; Warren , 236 . Thus the...

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SELLING THE MAPLE PRODUCT . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907

SELLING THE MAPLE PRODUCT . Judging from the scarcity of maple sweets and the great demand for the same , one would not think that the marketing of this luxury would be much of a problem . However , it is a great question in connection with the maple syrup business and one of vital interest to the producer , consumer and a third party known as the packer or eanner . This third party is very much interested in the question just at present for the reason that the producers are awakening to the fact that he is an unnecessary factor in the trade and there is a fast growing tendency to cut him out of the deal entirely . There are a few producers left who say they are unable to build up a trade of their own and consequently are forced to sell to the packers . For the benefit of these few I would like to give a bit of my own experience along this line . Not more than four years ago we were selling about one-fourth of our crop ( from 350 to 450 gallons a year according to the season ) to pr...

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FARM PROFITS COMPARED . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907

FARM PROFITS COMPARED . Fifteen years ago Dr . Chamberlain became connected with The Ohio Farmer , as associate editor and has . at the end of each year since , given the profits of his farm . He started in with a $ 10 , 000 plant and every year since has added permanent improvements charged up as profits amounting in the aggregate , as T recall it , to something like $ 6 , 000 . making a total investment now of $ 16 , 000 . If I have made It too high I would he glad to have him correct it , and give the actual amount he has expended on his farm in permanent improvements . As I understand business , if we start out with a $ 10 , 000 plant and take $ 6 , 000 of Its net earnings and put them back Into the plant , we have a $ 16 , 000 plant , not a $ 10 , 000 plant , to declare the dividends on . as in his last financial statement , with the advance in the price of land all over the state in addition . It looks to me as if he had made mighty poor use of the $ 6 , 000 ( estimated ) adde...

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NORTHERN WISCONSIN . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907

NORTHERN WISCONSIN . Prof . W . A . Henry , Dean and Director of the College of Agriculture , Wisconsin , and author of the well-known book , Feeds and Feeding , is writing a series of articles on Northern Wisconsin for publication in the North A GROUP OF SOUTHERN WISCONSIN VIEWS western Agriculturist . We condense the following from his first article . We have visited and traveled over the region under consideration and can to some extent verify Prof . Henrys observations : The price of cut-over lands , i . e . those from which the valuable timber has been removed , in Northern Wisconsin , ranges from $ 5 to $ 20 per acre ; for lands carrying valuable timber $ 10 to $ 40 . Biuegrass , redtop , timothy , red clover , alsike , and white clover flourish . Clover does not winter kill as often as in the southern part of the state because snow usually covers it and the ground does not thaw out in winter . Oats yield large crops . Indian corn can be successfully grown on the warmer , sand...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907

There is nothing in Con- II [ poll weather , wet weather . It go Roofing that will dis- I K . ]| ill is a valuable fire retardsolve in water , nothing l | ri £ J | ent that will evaporate , noth- HS 9 Test a Sample of it . ing that will he affected I ppjl We will send one free on by heat or cold , nothing | j ^ ^| request . Try it by any exthat will decompose . periment you please and It is is practically indestruc- you will understand the coufltible by weather . It is built dence with which we back up to endure hot weather , cold Congo Roofing . Address BUCHANAN - FOSTER COMPANY Philadelphia 1033 MonadnocK Building , San Francisco ¦ J WEM B Svift ? . !!!^^^ i ! Si ^^ ji ^ l 1 } ^^ 9 ^^^ ^ i ^ CT ^ . ^^ lS FARMERS ! ^ Z ~ t ^ Z ^^ INVESTORS ! ^ fids « ffKlfl STOCKMEN ! ^^^^ ifffl Before buying lands investijjate i-l —fc ^ V . I ilBii . jjWj South-Eastern South Dakota , where [ rood lands j !¦«¦> l ^ ) i & Wmmmum \ may be obtained at $ 18 . 00 per acre and up ,...

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FIELD POTATO CULTURE . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907

FIELD POTATO CULTURE . 1 ! Y . 1 . g . KEI . LKH . LICKING CO ., O . ( Concluded from last week . ) IIAHVKKTlNti AND MAItKKTI M .. Digging should begin as soon as the potatoes will not scar in handling . They should be stored in a cool , dark place . Give good ventilation for a week or the potatoes may heat and rot . They will sweat out in this time . Elevator diggers are the only successful machines for large areas . They leave the ground perfectly level and in shape to be easily seeded to wheat . We first rake up the dead potato vines with sulky rake , into windrows and burn ; then with field roller covering two rows at a time precede the digger . This pulverizes the surface and allows the dirt to pass down through the elevator riddle , making the machine light of draft , and potatoes are on the surface free from clods and rubbish , in admirable shape for the pickers . Crates are distributed the entire length of the field , the pickers using metal pails holding 2 pecks , • which a...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907

3 ^^ A . re Up-fo-Date on Paint ? BllPSli WZu * W ? y to proHt ** P ro ^ rgls is to keep In step with It . WlflMM % ^^^ l , £ • re i S ? ° T r , ° re ; lso £ or raixiu S Paint in the oldIffflM ^ lf fashioned hard , hand way than there is for plowine WU \ Wi ^^ M /\ I Y th a stick - reaping with a cradle , or driving to town mWa ^ Pm ^ K V for your letters when there is a rural m ; ii i ^ x on Vour K ^ ss ^ Srl \ I K ate P ost - BjfeAvX ^ lpi Untiring , unerring machinery docs the work for you ¦ MSfc ^ ^ Iiow—iar belter and surer than human hands could ever do it . wp Lowe Brothers High Standard Paint Gives Best Results -J . 3 n , . , Ya 5 s uniform—one gallon like nnother-cach fresh brushful like the last—the beat paint-making materials , combined In the proven High Standard proportions , and ground f u , p . i _ * .. i ° ? V 5 uro y ° ? r pa , int cost on Prlce !* ¦ wulon . but on square feet covered , and total cost , divided by number of years of service . Judged In this way , 7 ...

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I LIVE STOCK ] - a—aasa—ssaa « i—saa— [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907

I LIVE STOCK ] - a—aasa—ssaa « i—saa— MARKETING HOT-HOUSE LAMBS , I have several requests for an article on this topic . I could far more easily tell of how to grow them . That we can control , but the marketing is done through a commission man , hundreds of miles away , and we think we have learned something , or rather have to unlearn something , about every shipment . We have not yet been able to make a contract for the year at a fixed price per pound or carcass , so never know until the returns come how large a coin we will feel like dropping into the contribution the following Sunday . Sometimes we do not need the country debating club to convince us there is more pleasure in pursuit than In possession , or anticipation than in realization . The weath er is a factor , or so reported sometimes when the returns need accompanying by a letter of explanation , to save the commission firm the trouble of reading one from the shipper . Sometimes the express company is given the blame a...

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THE PROOF IS WHAT WE WANT , [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907

THE PROOF IS WHAT WE WANT , WILSON , CONN , Feb . 18 th , 190 C . DEAR SIRS : A man could not be in any worse condition than I was with kidney and bladder troubles . I doctored with several good doctors and one physician told me I had Bright s Disease and that I would not live over six months . Another told me it was gall stones . I had severe pains in my kidneys all the while , could not stoop over , would be dizzy , could not lie down without some one helped me up ; my back was weak and pained me ; urine was as thick as cream and it would scald me something dreadful . I had to get up many times in the night to urinate . I took Swamp-Root and today I am a well man and never felt better . All of my troubles have gone and show no signs of returning . I take my oath that Swamp-Root put me where I am today and I can prove it by acquaintances . Very truly yours , E . H . RAND . You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful remedy , Dr . Kilmers Swamp-Root , sent absolutely free by mail...

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

BELGIANS Exclusively A choice Roloction , frostily importrd Belgian . stnllluns , 3 . veiirs old . with very lliriro Bl * o and bones ; fine movers ; all of the Very best quality . I will sell rots reasonably unci wive the highest value for the money . A square deal anil full satisfaction gunrI to everybody . Write for more details or jvhen you are eonilne . JOB . HEBBKNS , Dealer and Importer of Bolt-Ian Horses , R . No . 1 , Sneers , Pa . 1 ) ereheron Ilorscs-Internl . prise winners . OverlO premiums won in OS / Will slo . u- vr . u n larger per rent or good ones than nny breeder , or pay your expenses . l . ONZO McOLAIN , Limn , Ohio . TC . PflKtV ? I erolioron Slnlllmi Hon Her3 l w culex 13257 for sale , l oalod Mar 18 . imil . Wt ., KlUlllia . IV . | .. l . Ki-KV . Shrev .-. li hl ... FOR SAT F _ , r ,, ° fnll-hlViod Pcrclierf , UIV * ¦ ** - *• on stallion ,, 6 and 12 v .-i . iii old . M . W . Illl . l ,, IUollwoo . 1 Ohio ,

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

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907

Warranted to Give Satisfaction . Gombault s Caustic Balsam Has Imitators But No Competitors . A Safe , Speedy and Positive Cure for Curb , Splint . Sweeny , Capped Hock , Strained Tendons , Founder , Wind Puffs , and all lameness from Spavin , Bingbone and other bony tumors . Cures all skin diseases or Parasites , Thrush , Diphtheria . Removes all Bunches from Horses or Cattle , As a Human Remed y for Rheumatism . Sprains , Sore Throat , etc ., It Is invaluable . Every bottle _ or Caustic Balsam sold Is Warranted to pive satisfaction . Price SI fin per bottle . Sold by druggists , or sent by ex . press , charges paid , witn full directions tor its uso . rs-sond for descriptive circu ara , testimonials , etc . Address ^ The Lawrence-Williams Co ., Cleveland , 0 . COUGH ^ DISEASE tYour Horse-i cnCiV Has Heaves ^ J » J ; A moist couch Indicates a DR . FAIRS NEW COUGH and HEAVE REMEDY soon relieves a conch . A Trial Box , enoueh for six da y » As- (¦ „„ »» Live Stock treatment , t 3 OBI...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907

We want every reader of this paper to try a WhltGomb Steel Barn Door Latch The Whitcomb Is the most convenient latch made . Can be attached to nny door with ease . No fitting necessary . Holds door open or closed . Horses cannot open it . Nothingabout it that will catch in the harness . Two large handles enable you to open the door from either side . Strong and durable . Enameled finish with galvanized bolt . If your dealer doesn t handle the Whitcomb , send 40 c to pay express charges and we will send you one latch free . Albany Hardware Specialty Co .. Box 108 . Albany . Wisconsin . Riiw-Zf BoiwJIf . Thnro is no rase BO old or ¦ * bad that wo will not Buarantee Fleming s Spavin and Ringbone Paste I to remove tho Inmfitea * and make tho I hor-uiro sonnd . Money refunded If it ever I rails , fciiny to URO and one to three 45-toinuto I applications cure . Works Just as well on I Sidoboneand Bono Spavin . Before ordering I orbuyinK nny kind of a remedy for nny kind I of a blemish , Wr...

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SHEPHERD'S PROBLEMS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907

SHEPHERDS PROBLEMS . WHAT KILLS THE LAMBS ? B . F . K ., Ney , O ., writes that he has fed his ewes corn fodder and clover hay , each once a day , and corn and oats for grain , and that they are out all nice days . When the lambs are born they seem all right . He puts ewes with twins in pens four feet square . Within a few days he finds one or both lambs dead , appearing to have been lain on by ewe . I have never known a ewe to kill her lambs by lying ) on them , though of course it might be possible . Four feet square is a little small for a large ewe with twin lambs , but I am inclined to think the cause is to be found elsewhere , though little clue is given that enables me to understand just what it is . Therefore I can only suggest probable or possible causes . A trained shepherd s eye will be able to detect the right one . The ewe may not allow them to nurse—either that she does not own them , or in case of young ewes , an occasional one will not stand though owning her lamb . ...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907

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THE OHIO LIVE STOCK ASSOCIA -TION [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907

THE OHIO LIVE STOCK ASSOCIATION The third annual meeting of the Ohio Live Stock Association was held in the chapel of the Ohio State University , Columbus , Feb . 19 and 20 , with a good attendance . In opening the first session President George M . Wilbur of Marysville , O .. said that this organization has the largest paid-up membership of any live stock organization in the state . He complimented the association upon the aid rendered in securing favorable legislation for the farmers , particularly for the influence that was brought to bear to get the appropriations for the new buildings soon to be erected at the college of Agriculture . The report of the sec-retary-treasurer . Prof . C . S . Plumb , showed the association to be in very good condition financially , although the balance in the treasury is not large , since the only source of income is the annual dues , and the dues are only 50 cents a year . The Live Stock Auction Sale . was the subject of a talk by Col . D . L . P...

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