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Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 August 1914

VtJIoiiieseekers / 5 eery . XJj ™ <free Farm VfaylS ? g m tS ^ Ha ^ Mt ^ iBeM Way-to Igffi tejnisootowoo j ^^ AMERICASLsg muesthrouKhCanada t ^ s ^ a . DTPUEQT MWMW richest mixed farming tec > ^^ ^ VirJaim-ie ^ t . km tion . Let us help you select a ^ ^^ FARMING Lw 160 Acre Free Farm ^ LC0 UN TR ] # Don t wait Come now and get your pick ^^^ . ^ s ^^ ^ Af ^ s * **^***^ -. of the best wheat farms , psultty farm , dairy ^^ t \\ mMr ^^ ^^ MMMMM \\\\\\\ farm end farm adapted U tattle , Jug , sheep end XAMMtm \\\\ m \ m herte raising . Atsothet Record Crop will soon be Afefkelml IltHM 1 turned into money by Canadian farmer * . You can af / af * BHJ ||| Ii > i ! aa * sfl profit by the next one if you come NOW and select VI Kk \ llMS 0 your 160 Acra FrtM Farm . I WafSsaBSvSfl U I Low round trip rates WaSJmnFHIJTickets firrt-class—good for 25 days with stop-over ^ MUftl * * *¦¦¦ privilege—on sale first and third Tuesdays in each ^ m W m m mm m M m m m ma m % ...

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

THE FARM FORUM What Our Readers Tell Us Community Planning / immunity planning can do much to • Sth profits m farming The ^ innitv that produces a good deal ^ kind of Product , and that of ! yrS nffiy , can market to much bet- % Vantage than can the community Ti nroducfs a little of everything and th „ a t much of anything . The unit of ™ rkS is the carload-and a train ( m A Ml one product can be marketed Ser than the carload . The locality , h ha can market a train load , of hogs , 7 V time will secure better prices than * n be secured where it is difficult to are UP a carload . The former place vThave a market at all times as there ! fl be no trouble in making up a carS In the latter place it will not be possible to market whenever one wants to , even though the market be The S niarket comes to the place that lias much of one thing to sell . By a community working together the quality can be improved and this brings a better market , a more discriminating market . In time this , c...

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 August 1914

More for Tires l !*§ r 16 make * of tire * now aell for more than ^ Goodyear price * . Half of them cost about one *^^ third more . As compared with them , Goodyear save you 25 per cent in original cost alone . f \ • * , D ~ ., I * in * tire of the world ia all that yon tlon t ray It , ^ ovld pay . ^ i ! l 8 Dont pay those extra prices . The evidence is that Goodyear tires are the best tires built today . They outsell any other , and they won that place by millions of , 1 ., mileage tests . No man knows how to build a tire to give yon lower cost per mile . No other maker combats tire troubles as we do in Goodyear tires . Any higher price means added cost of upkeep without any compensation . In most cases , that higher price is due to limited production . I ? I • C ¦ EXClUSIVe refttUTeS - -WNll ,, _ - Thesefourfeattreso No-R ^ -Cnt tires are found in no others at any price : Our No-Rhn-Ort feature , which wipes out rim-cutting completely . Q ^ On-Air » 3 a » e , which saves all the c...

Publication Title: Better Farming
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 August 1914

Too Much Farm Machinery ? By A . H . Beaton , University oi Minnesota . A difficult problem on the American farm is to decide how much and what kind of machinery should be purchased . Some farms are so overstocked with machinery that the depreciation , interest and repairs eat up much of the profits . . . Assuming the average depreciation on machinery at 10 per cent , and the interest on the money invested at 6 per cent , we have an average yearly expense of approximately $ 13 on each $ 100 invested in machinery . A man who has $ 1 , 500 worth of machinery would have $ 195 expense on this alone in interest and depreciation . If his work could be done with half this amount , he could save $ 97 . 50 . This would be equivalent to the interest on $ 1 , 625 at 6 per cent . A farm of eighty acres cannot profitably use four-horse machinery , because three horses should do the work on a farm of this size . In buying machinery too large in proportion to the size of the farm unnecessary expen...

Publication Title: Better Farming
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 August 1914

V ^ rlV m tjw esPmrn- > . «& \ WASIS e & nSt * ^ ^ UXSS » 1 B > XtRIRIS * SXVlSlaTM . STOJIUS jisoTMoTsse tE . JtXoo * SIMM . W < tt , oso , w sse . oss . sss > is . o » o . o » e | How the Bell System Spends its Money Every subscriber s telephone represents an actual investment averaging $ 153 , and the gross average revenue is $ 41 . 75 . The total revenue is distributed as follows : EmpIoyes-1100 , 000 , 000 BondhoMe » - $ l 7 , 000 , 000 vt t t u at » -a-i _* ir , r . P ^ d in interest to thousands of rv £ . vfJlM • 1 *! ° * JZ . ™ en and women , savings banks , 000 , 000--paid in whges to more fa 8 Urance companies and other than one hundred Aouaand em- ^ ^ 0 , , , owning bonds and ployes engaged in giving to the „ otea . public tho beat and the cheapest amak telephone service in the world . Stockholders— $ 30 , 000 , 000 70 , 000 stockholders , about half For Supplies— $ 45 , 000 , 000 of whom are women , rece...

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

PoyLW Advice to the Farmer Produce only infertile eggs for market , as they do not spoil so easily as fertile ones . Dispose of the roosters as soon as the eggs needed for hatching are obtained . The eggs keep better and the hens will lay just as many of them . Provide plenty of clean nests with clean straw in them . Gather eggs twice daily in hot weather and store them in a cool , sweet , wellventilated place , but do not store where damp . Do not wash eggs . Market eggs as often as possible and carry them gently . Do not sell eggs from stolen nests . Use them at home . Protect eggs from the sun when taking them to market Eggs exposed to hot sunshine for one hour will spoil ; this applies to infertile as well as fertile eggs . Insist upon having your eggs candled by the purchaser so that he may know that he is buying good eggs and pay accordingly . You will thus reap the advantage for the care you have given them . ^^^ l s ^ H Cash in the Old Hen By Jsmss Hslpia , University of Wis...

Publication Title: Better Farming
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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 August 1914

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 August 1914

PATFNK WftAti ? rsWB 8 anBS rniblllU l »» . Hlssawt nlwmtm . MflBTea A N 1 OKA I Who can U 1 I 0 K ot tome nnnss . * slssi > i « tttlos to fateot ? Protect your Idess , they m * r bring fin wealth . Writ * ( or Sewled Inreatlotvi , sun Hoar to tret jonr fstest sa 4 your Mousy . I—sSH t Ca .. meal aHatasri . leu . US . Issaatm , 1 . 1 . CIDER MAKING Can b « made profitable If tbe right kind of machinery Is used . We make the right kind . Send for catalogue . KaUbllebed 1 * 73 BOOMKK * BOrtCHKKT VHWm CO . 8 tS Wert Water atwet , lay ran awe , M . V . The Boys Magazine-FREE Scad to-day lot a tret saatpU COM of THE BOYS * MAGAZINE ^ , atscst boys patUacatioa ia die wodd . TUScsa r . leermUCo ,, SMMaaaSt Sasodspwt . fe . rlfccwitci FofcfisWB Bter » letheaaAateelqee . »« e «^ r *^ > a lBk _ aoratty tt the yeer-e tut , .. txl , « un UrUUt MsWB * m sad eaatal gen , aa t » et i ) i ^ . ^« u •/! a -U ¦ *¦«*¦ Ansy Ce . ts . artth krlgta ! e « l « x 4 barrtl aavl 1 aaHHt e...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 August 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 September 1914

J-M ASBESTOS R OOFING * TH « Roll of Honor Profit by the lesson of the great Salem , Mass ., fire . Dont put wooden shingles on your buildings ! If you do , you wilt have to trust to lack that fir , will not come your wiry . And you will find therm extremely _ __ Mfe _ . _ 1 expensive , too , because they have to be I ffftf -fMWm f 80 fO . I constantly repaired . | , -, *^^»* __ - — -J If you value safety and real economy , I SHINGLES TO BLAME use J-M Asbestos Roofing . \ It resists fire-never requires painting 1 MMASSAC HUSETtS •• . till bending a or repairing—and ia absolutely and per- \ 1 VI thoughtful brow over the ruin , of __ cm . manently water-tight ( Everybody agree , that the one thing ft— . „_; -.. - __ - _ t-. -. „ . „( . _ Sn _ 1 . X «* i . h contributed raoit to the • prod of tbe Oetroofings etrlcont ° f « *«>«»• ]„„ „ , _ , „ • „ ,-.. House efter houK bunt ) investment that pays dividends in fire Jinto jlnwd _ 8 UUttntther _ ui of iptrlo touched • protectio...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 September 1914

^^^ 5 , 918 . 098 W ^^ B J K ^ ^ l ^^ galbiitPolai ^ ioldlaityeir \ ?| r ^ k ^ Wi 1 , 536 , 232 NJ- * 9 ^\ vA gallons more dun in 12 \ Mj ^ ^ S ^ ftS __ The constantly increasing use of POLAR- \ Hj | - _ j f * q B ^ -V INE by thousands of motorists is indisput- | RK WfkW ^ f ^ r ^ K able evidence of its lubricating : efficiency . « H r ^^ i-Sfe -fe-aA It affords perfect lubrication to all makes W | P __ K * -S S 5 _ J _ , and types of motor cars , motor trucks , \ % jrojp ^ X f T ^\ motorcycles an ^ motor boats . \ u mmr < RjmW £ AWnk POLARINEmaintains the correct lubricaU f | B # __ 3 __ y _ --S ___ - _ i ing body at any motor speed or temperature . W \ mWm \ r JBHHCA POLARINE remains liquid at ^ -j- ^ . I l _ 3 ___ - ^ AZm \ Vm \* £ < zero . POLARINE differs / PJTS ^ 1 l ______ l Wafe-a-f- from all other motor oils , in f _ f ^» » , I |__ !^ d ___^ SS fc «? af _ l that it lubricates perfectly at \ k ™» . # I H __^ Mft __ yfl £ ta _ , extremes of temperature ....

Publication Title: Better Farming
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 September 1914

TERMS _ . ___»_ u __ n « l . puMl . hedrn ™ tMy n ,, t ? i-J _« h acrawlom »• to * S .. „ »^ o _ rSt ofl _ . farmer aad hi . « i . » rtPtl . » « cent . eye » r . F . » . - -i . t-a . nl Send money In the wy !__ Sd- > n « nlenti « lrfr « s lletter ____ £ * M . W . Ohio St .. Chicago . . . . . Mlsi S _ -crlb _» . hould renew • S ™ tiie expireHem of th-r > uh . . . $ ?_ _ . t ?« 5 -J * B ^ F « -1- « C _ f __ . 1 » ddr _ ... Sub-clber . deJXXd i ™ 32 • lwu , d g ,, e old _ , T « llM » ew . ddre ... PIMM write pWsAr . ADVERTISING raw for adrert-emept . miat be received _ ;^_ k _ __ . of the prtc-dt ag month . -. _ ! . « . S ? Se . i _« e line . Elgin word . __ . line , fourteen Hoc . to the Inch . Wl * h of column . a „ « _ *«¦ l « - *« f , __¦ —« Inche .. _> dUcount for . . - th m % s \ Three «• I . s __ l _ , t space accepted .

Publication Title: Better Farming
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September [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 September 1914

September School days are on again . * * * Be sure to go to both county and state fairs . * * * Keep a weather eye peeled for hog cholera . There will be a lot of it this fall . * * * Apple butter is a homely and much appreciated staple that will make use of a lot of apples that would otherwise be lost . * * * Remember ! This is seed corn month . Save at least twice as much as you need . Pick it by bund before thc last day of September . * * * How are the pumpkins looking ? Chop up some for the hogs , thc calves and the dairy cows , and save some for pumpkin p ies next winter . * * * These next two months are thc finest . The harvest months when the air begins to brace and Indian summer is on is when everything looks its best in preparation for winter . * * * You still have time to put up one or two stave silos . This last month has been awfully dry . and it will be a temptation to sell grain instead of feed it with war prices ruling . * * * Pick up the windfalls and make some cider...

Publication Title: Better Farming
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 September 1914

OUR ADVERTISING POLICY No advertisement Is printed In Better Fanning at any price except It comes from a man or firm or known Integrity . We exorcise all poselhlc precaution for tho protection of our subscrihors , and wo allow no advertiser to offer our readers something that wo would not willing y buy and willingly try If wo stood In similar need of that which Is offered . In answering advertisements subscribers may refer to Better Farmi __ . By sodolng they will be assured the best of treatment , for advertlsers know they can only use our paper on condition that every promise they make Is . alt-lolly toll filled . Every advertisement In these columns has the endorsement of Better Fanning ; behind it . Wo swindler has money enough to buy space ln this paper . 0 ~ Mention Better Fannin * therefore when answering advertlsments .

Publication Title: Better Farming
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