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SHORTICILTUREI [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907
SHORTICILTUREI AMONG THE BUSH-FRUITS . Tlie open , balmy days of late winter present a splendid opportunity for tho farmer and fruit grower to do the ssary work among the small bushfruits in order to promote a better and more sturdy growth , and increase their productiveness for the coming season . In the blackberry patch there Is much work of this nature to be done . The old , dead canes can all be ( lit out and disposed of , and if there been any freezing back among the ¦¦ ¦ ¦ growth it can be ascertained and removed . Pruning out straggling side growth and superfluous stalks will not only aid in an increase in production , but also put the patch In better condition for harvesting the fruit . Our custom has been to place the primings neatly about the base of the growing bushes and cover them with a coarse straw mulch where they soon decay . Many burn up the prunings , which destroys all insect eggs . The blackberry , however , has few enemy pests here , and we aim to promote their...
VARIETIES OF BLACKBERRIES . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907
VARIETIES OF BLACKBERRIES . The blackberry lias been given about the least attention of any of the garden fruits . This is probably because it is found wild in such profusion and the wild fruit is good enough to compete with the tame varieties in some degree . Another reason may be that it is so hardy and easily grown . But I am coming to the opinion that they are as profitable , acre for acre , as almost any fruit that can be raised and that they are growing in favor the public . On our own table I find them second to none and the jaded appetite turns to the tart and vinous flavor of this fruit in preference to any other . It is true that they average cheaper box for box , than the raspberry , but the same can not be said of the strawberry except for the early berries that sell at fancy prices . In our local market the Early Har vest blackberry first sells at ten cents per box and holds up at that for quite a while ; then it drops to three for a quarter , then two for fifteen cents...
Nursing Mothers and Over-burdened Women [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907
Nursing Mothers and Over-burdened Women In all stations of life , whoso vigor and vitality may have been undermined and broken-down by over-work , exactlnii social duties , the too frequent bearing ol children , or other causes , will find In Dr . Pierce s Favorite Prescription the most potent , invigorating restorative strengthgiver ever devised for their special benefit . Nursingrmothers wJHJind it especially valuable ifi sustaining ^ heir strength and promoting \ ri itbundant muirlsliment lor the child , expectant Wtkers too will lind it a prieeless \ iu $ riPtrfi &gt;&lt;&lt; y ) &gt; N ; e tho system for babys coming and r &lt; 3 vd £ cini ; tho ordeal comparatively painlossT ^ Jj Caq ^ ojiiiiurjl-iiUiiy state , or condition orth . iJemalo svstem . Delicate , nervous , weak women , who Buffer from frequent headaches , backache dragging-down distress low down In the abdomen , or from painful or Irregular monthly periods , gnawing or distre...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907
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Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907
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BITS OF EXPERIENCE . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907
BITS OF EXPERIENCE . The following hints , gleaned from my own experience and that of other flower lovers , may be of use to some one and help to make their work a success instead of a failure . It is almost useless to try to transplant seedlings of Perennial Poppy , for only an occasional plant will live through the process . As the seed is so small it Is almost like throwing it away to plant in the open ground ¦ where the plants are to stand . The only thing left is to plant a seed or two in small pots so they can be transplanted when large enough without disturbing the slender tap root which causes all the trouble . When growing double Petunia plants from seed , one must expect quite a large proportion of the plants to bear single flowers . In transplanting the tiny plants one is likely to select the strongest ones , discarding all the weak slender-growing ones . This is where all the trouble comes , and explains why people often have almost all single blossoms . The slender , de...
PRUNING POINTERS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907
PRUNING POINTERS . Cut out all the dead wood . Where two limhs cross and chafe each other by being whipped about in the breeze , always cut out the interior one . Where branches are too thick to allow the light to color the frlilt properly , cut the lighter and more obstructive ones . Cut out all branches that lead to one side or tend to destroy the balance or symmetry of the top . When cutting back lower limbs always cut so as to leave the last bud on the upper side of the branch so as to carry the new growth upward . The best time to prune is not altogether a settled question . Late fall pruning is usually Interfered with by other timely work , hence the average farmer finds the best time to do this work from the middle of February to the first of April . Grape vines should be pruned very early in the spring . Maple trees , should be pruned late in the fall after the leaves have fallen . — Simon Stratton , Stark Co ., O .
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907
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SHIPPING FREIGHT , IN BULIC . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907
SHIPPING FREIGHT , IN BULIC . S . W . Burlingamft , Sharon Grange , Noble Co ., O ., sent a clipping from some paper , recently , which stated that under the new railroad law shipping supplies in bulk to one man or concern , Xo be distributed- to individuals whose separate orders made up the bulk order , would no longer be permitted . Mr . B . very properly protested against such a ruling . It would totally destroy much of the advantage that has hitherto been secured through co-operative effort in buying by wholesale , as Granges and clubs and other organizations of farmers have been doing . The clipping referred to stated that all such orders would hereafter have to be shipped in separate packages to each individual . Where goods are sold in bulk , as fertilizers , grain , etc ., this ruling would be disastrous to co-operative buying . We sent the letter and clipping to the Interstate Commerce Commission at Washington and requested its decision or opinion on the subject . Following...
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907
! WE GUARANTEE to stop THE OHIO FARMER Immediately upon expiration of time subscribed for , and we will pay all expenses for defending any suit brought against any subscriber to The Ohio Farmer by the i publisher of any farm paper which has been sent after the time ordered 1 has expired , providing you return such 1 papers to your postmaster unread , tell him to notify the publishers that you \ refuse to accept them , and you send , us due notice before suit Is started . i Avoid future trouble by refusing to i subscribe for any farm paper which 1 does not print , In each Issue , a definlte guarantee to stop on expiration of subscription . The Lawrence Pub . Co ., Cleveland , O .
THE U . S . SENATE . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907
THE U . S . SENATE . While your valuable paper is nonpartisan , yet its numerous readers have a vital interest in our law-mak-ing bodies , especially the United States Senate . Impartial observation forces to the conclusion that the further away from the people a legislative body gets the more arbitrary it becomes ; hence the almost universal demand for the election of U . S . Senators by direct vote of the people . Article 1 , Sec . 5 , clause 2 , of the Constitution of the U . S . says each house shall make its own rules . Now under present methods , any Senator can talk day after day against time and thus obstruct important public business to the great detriment of the country at large . In every legislative body in the world excepting the English House of . Lords and the Senate of the United States , there are rules by which all debate and dilatory tactics can- be shut off and a vote forced . In our House of Representatives , in all our State Legislatures , and in every politica...
CURRENT COMMENT . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907
CURRENT COMMENT . A stockholder of the WARNING . Farmers Co - operative Harvesting Machine Company , in Coshocton county , writes us that agents of this concern are still insy selling stock in Indiana , and asked for the names and addresses of agricultural papers in that state . He thought that warning should be made by all papers that circulate among farmers . We think so too . This is one essential duty of the agricultural press . So far as we know , not one of our exchanges has even mentioned this libel suit in their columns . They have all been as silent as the grave , while thousands of dollars were being invested by their patrons in an enterprise which the testimony shows to have been improperly managed . A few words would have put their readers on guard , and the warning could have been made without incurring any liability . Fear of such liability often deters publishers from saying anything , and their patrons must suffer . When The Ohio Farmer is convinced lhat any exploite...
OHIO FARMER PAYS ADVERTISERS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907
OHIO FARMER PAYS ADVERTISERS . Saranac , Mich ., Feb . 3 , 1907 . The returns from our four-inch farm forge adv . in The Ohio Farmer have been so satisfactory , that we have decided to instruct you to insert It again in your Feb . 16 Issue . —C . A . S . Forge Works , By C . A . Shaver . Tiffin , O .. Feb . 10 . 1907 . Run the enclosed four-line adv . until further notice . Last spring I advertised Black Loeust . Catalpa , and other trees for a few weeks , in The Ohio Farmer , and as a result was overwhelmed with correspondence during the entire season , and orders came in from all directions—from the Great Lakes to Florida and from Long Island to Nebraska . Inquiries still continue to come , and numerous additional orders have lately been received from customers who bought these trees of me last season . They must have been satisfied with my trees . —T . B . Broslus . Coalburg , O ., Feb . 20 , 1907 . Please stop our adv . of Guernsey bull calves us we are nearly sold out . —Chestn...
THE WEEK . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907
THE WEEK . Leading Events . New Canal Plans . — Another plan for digging the Panama canal was announced Feb . 26 . The plan of having one big contractor take the job and push It through was dropped , the work was placed under the supervision of several IT . S . Army Engineers and now it will be done ln Small contracts . Meantime John P . Stevens had objected to several features ( Mr . Oliver to whom the contract had practically been let . In particular ) , had been told that his resignation would be accepted when sent and had sent it . The story behind the contract s being taken from Mr . Oliver Is an Interesting tale of the dog in the manger . He made the lowest bid and was awarded tho contract . The financial gang that wanted It and could not meet Oliver s bid . then fixed things so that no one man could get it , but when the little contracts are let they will doubtless rush in and grab what they can get . The President s plan now Is to reorganize the commission entirely , with th...