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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 September 1914

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Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
ORCHARD l AND GARDEN [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 September 1914

ORCHARD l AND GARDEN jVIarket Fruit in Al Condition To make a profit from fruit you must market what the people want . In other words , you must have them demanding vour kind of fruit packages and in the auality and color you market it . You can t throw fruit on the market in a haphazard manner and get any price for it That system of forcing it down the market s throat , so to speak , is not done successfully . Study the market by taking a trip to your commission man s house and seeing the fruit he handles , how it is put up the state of preservation , freeness from bruises and insect injury . Note how your successful neighbor who has been in the business for years does his packing and shipping . Only a little extra time and skill are required to market plums and apples properly . If they reach the market poorly graded and bruised , or in dirty , broken packages , they cannot command good prices . Every farm paper advertises the clean , neat packages necessary to show fruits advanta...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 September 1914

This Car Study This HUDSON Six-40 for 1915 is a car the handsomest can ever built . Every line for every man to consider . and detail thows the final touch . Howard E . Coffin , the great HUDSON There are many new ideas in equipment , engineer , offers this as the ideal Six . He has There are comforts and conveniencesJound worked for four years on it—he and his staff ™ no other car as yet A study of this car of 47 expert designers . Since last year s will reveal scores of attractions which you model they have added 31 new features . haven t seen before . What such men call Our finished Six well deserves your study . All for $ 1 , 550 In the new HUDSON you get all these Over-Taxes Ended new features - Yon ** them m ** highest type of a quality car—one of the finest exThis car marks the end of excess—in size ^^ Q { new ^ y peering . And this and power , in price and weight , in upkeep and ^ ^ ^ $ , > 550 > j Q h ry ^^ j ^ operative cost $ 200 less than last year ...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Reports from the FariWisljdomtDi [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 September 1914

Reports from the FariWisljdomtDi I EXPERIMENT STATIONS Cooling Milk Without Ice When it is impossible to secure ice or a supply of ice-cold water , milk , cream ana butter as well as other foods may be kept cold by the use of a pit or shallow well . The dairy department of the Nebraska College of Agriculture advises that such pits may have a temperature of less than 70 degrees when the actual temperature in the shade is 104 degrees F . When these special pits are used for no other purpose , the milk and cream are usually of a much better quality than would be the case if they were stored in the ordinary cave or root cellar containing vegetables of all sorts . It is a well-known fact that milk and cream readily absorb odors from anything that may stand near them . A well or pit suitable for the cooling of cream should be about ten to fifteen feet deep and can be cemented , bricked or boarded up , as seems best under local conditions . A simple hoisting apparatus with counterweight ma...

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 September 1914

DETROITER £ yoso When you own a Detroiter , you own a car that will outpull and outwear anything in its class . You get the first real European streamline ever built in this country . You also get a motor of the same type as those that took all the big prizes at Indianapolis this year in the four winning French cars—the only motor of this type in America . It is ball bearing throughout—a giant of power , and a miser with fuel—over 20 miles to every gallon of gasoline . You get a rear axle that defies a ton of overload , and a final drive that equals the drive of the best $ 2000 model ; a 20-operation body finish ; a long , easy-riding 112 wheelbase . In fact , you get everything you can possibly want in a motor car . Get Our Illustrated Folder We have prepared a handsome illustrated folder showing many views of this new car . If you want to know all about the new style , send us your name and address on a postcard—it is free . Other Models Without Starters $ 850 to $ 925 BRIGGS- D E...

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

The County Agent Good road work is getting the attention of Clay County , Iowa , fanners , a gravel road being built through the county the present year , with many graveled branches . County Agent W . A . Posey is the man behind . County Agent Grannis of Will County , 111 ., is doing a great work in stirring up alfalfa enthusiasm , several hundred acres now being in this upbuilding legume where a year ago there were but a few patches . The boys of Jackson County , Mo ., are struggling for a $ 100 corn prize , to be applied on an agricultural education at the Agricultural College of the Show Me State . Each township winner gets a $ 50 prize and the county sweepstakes prize is an additional $ 100 , the best acre of corn grown being the basis of awards . County Agriculturist E . A . Ike- beery organized the contest and J . J . Helm offered the big prize . County co-operation in fighting and stamping out hog cholera has been organized in Livingston County , 111 ., County Agent Roy C . ...

Publication Title: Better Farming
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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 September 1914

Sturdier Tires In These Four Ways Excelling All the Rest class tires . No other maker employs them . And no other method combats one o _ these troubles in an equally efficient way . These things mean safety , sturdiness and strength . They mean maximum mileage and minimum trouble . y ^ me ^ g ; veg th em —and others don t—you should get the tire that does . Any dealer wiU suPP 1 y y ° u if y ° u say you want this tire . He will sell it to you at a price imp 0 M j UeweM j t not | or our mainmoth output . The tires which rule in Tiredom now are Goodyear tires—by long odds . After men have used four millions of them , they lead in prestige and in sales . The only reason is that motorists—hundreds of thousands of them—have proved these the sturdiest tires . They use them and tell other men to use them . Where They Excel , _ ,... . ,. _ Back of that super-service he four ex- elusive features . They are these : _ - „„ .,. _ . __ . T- L Our No-Rim-Cut feature . Time has proved it the only ...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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1 __ mO £ SM TJAmr [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 September 1914

1 __ mO £ SM TJAmr Feed Rather Than Breed , Colors Butter That the rich yellow color demanded by the public in dairy products is primarily due to the character of the cow s feed is demonstrated by recent experiments carried on by the United States Department of Agriculture in co-opera-tion with the Missouri Slate Experiment Station . For some years dairy experts have been studying this question . Their conclusion is that , although to some extent a breed characteristic , the intensity of this yellow color may , within certain limits , be increased or diminished at will by changing thc animals rations . Chemical tests show that thc yellow p lRn . cnt in milk consists of several well-known pigments found in green plants . Of these thc principal one is Caroline , so called because it -constitutes a large part of the coloring mat ter of carrots . Thc other yellow pigments in the milk arc known as xanthophylls . These are found in a number of plants , including grass , but are especially...

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 September 1914

HZ A fcfTrn Sever *! honest , ffldustriout people to dtf * Vf / Ai ^ l 1 LU tribute Firm Literature ; taUry | 6 o per momth . Prof . J . L . Nichols Pepi . 6 . Maperrllle . Ill * CHOICE iMPfcdVED FARM LAND 40 to 400 acres at $ 10 to $ 20 per acre . Cutover lands . 10 to 10 , 000 acres at $ 5 . 50 to $ 10 per acre . SMITI vatLgv LSHD CO ., KSHTWOOD . Louisiana DQAD-JCTIVE state and deeded lands , rnVWHw ¦ ¦ w _» cr 0 p payment on easy term *—along the Northern Pacific By ., In Minnesota . N . Dakota . Montana , Idaho , Washington , Oregon . No Hola—d pioneering . Freeliterature . Say whit Bate IIUKItly _ . L . J . ¦ Holier . 4 C 4 North *™ Pssllls »» .. St . Peal , Mies . TWA AHti THREE Ml . UK A . EAR Down In Dials Lent—The Sunny South 10 . 000 acres of rich farm and timber lands , and stock farms , In Louisiana where the winters are mild . Fourteen miles from the capital on good railroad . lilgbt prices and terms can be had . Apply to COOmntUM * mums . Donh . m taring ., Louisiana ...

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 September 1914

AMERICAN • SSSPOSTs Made by American Steel _ Wlr * Company High-class steel , heavily coated with line . Stromr enough to hold up any wire fence and furnish all n ™ -. essary resistance . . End and corner posts sr > Strom . that they will maintain any wire fence made . Cheaper than Wood and Mora Durable Adapted to all condition * and absolutely satisfactory , no matter how heavy the fence nor hon hard the usage after the fence ia erected . Give better service than wood post , and you set the benefit of every post In the fence from year to year , while wood posts born , rot and decay from the start . Have been in service aince 1898 , In every section of tho United States , and the oldest posts now aa good aa when set . MaptMioallfaneea . Increases the llfeof nfnncc . A wire fence on wooden posts -like building a hrick home on a wood foundation . For aale by daalera _ yorywl-re . Big picture catalog FREE . American Steel « - Wire Co .. Chicago . New Verb ______________ a __...

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

jffiUlM Feeding to Produce Eggs Though many people advise against it , I like to feed my hens by the hopper method mainly . The hoppers are large enough to hold about 100 pounds each , and in different hoppers I put oats , bran and meat-scraps , wheat and barley , says a western writer . I tried a hopper with corn , but found they ate 300 pounds of corn to every 100 pounds of wheat and 25 pounds of oats . Wheat , oats and barIcy being the best egg-producing grains , the corn hopper was closed and the proportion of the different grains then consumed was four parts wheat , two parts barley , one part oats and a little bran and beef-scrap . This comes pretty near the lay or bust ration given out by the Orecon experiment station . Milk , whether dimmed , sour or butter , is a valuable addition to any ration . In addition to the erain they get from the hopper , corn is fed at night , and while . this may appear peculiar , having other grains before them all day , the hens do find room fo...

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

What the Telephone Map Shows - . * S * S * __ i - ¦ ** gg -- » __ K ____ taa aa * Bal- Haeaaatnwltr ******** M-eseiecte * . beftsaassM-owaea . , Z _ 3 _ r « a »_«__ . twoceapsaiss . M ast Ball _ waa-. ewsaw « r _____ -. ¦ - » EVERY dot on the map marks a town where there is a telephone exchange , the same sized dot being used for a large city as for a small village . Some of these exchanges are owned by the Associated Bell companies and some by independent companies . Where joined together in one system they meet the needs of each community and , with their suburban lines , reach 70 , 000 places and over 8 , 000 , 000 subscribers . The pyramids show that only a The recent agreement between minority of the exchanges are Bell- the Attorney Genered of the United owned , and that the greater ma- States and the Bell System wiU jority of the exchanges are owned facilitate connections between all by independent companies and telephone subscribers regardless connected with the Bell System ....

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

YOUNG FARM FOLKS Bill is Coming Home for the Fair Hilicrest Farm , Aug . 21 , 1914 . Hello , Bud , old scout Say , that last letter of yours was a dandy , and so you re actually coming home for the fair I Dad says to meet him on Main street , as hell be going to town for errands that last day before the fair . He s going to enter some ears of Yellow Dent in my name , since he says 1 helped plant it this spring and did most of the cultivating . Say , well have some swell time when you come home with the big bay team . Ed Sellers has a job in the live stock exhibit from the state experiment station and is going to take me over and introduce me to some of the guys he met up there . He s an awful good sport , and the fellows round here are getting to like him mighty well . The other Saturday Sis and I phoned around to some of the kids to see if they didn t want to come over for a swimming party just before supper and then have a picnic supper down in the pasture lot . Of course Sis had ...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 September 1914

+ ^ A ^^^^ m mmm ^ mWk \\ i * W A MM MMmaSk * . ^^^^^^ l . - ____ l ________^ a ^^ __ !^ _ S [_________ - __ ll J ^^^* ia ________________________________| e _________________ 7 _____|_ L |__| S __! a _____^^* ^**^^ a ^ l ___ ^^ Bfl *¦ l _________________ l __ 8 ^^^ In your home on free trial This Columbia Jewel Grafonola , of beautiful quartered oak , equipped with the exclusively Columbia tone-control leaves . < tQC ON EASY TERMS < pOD ON FREE TRIAL And $ 40 buy * the Jewel complete with the four Columbia Dance Instruction Records , with a full dance selection on the reverse tide ef each lesson ; also the two one-steps , Camp Meeting Band and You Can t Get Away From It /* and the two hesitations , DreamIng and We de Amour . And on easy terms if you prefer it that way . Any Columbia daaler will • apply you with this outfit . If you do not easily locate a doaler , write ua and wo will tea that you aro rapitUeti . Wwi \ Columbia Graphophone Co . \ T W Woolworth ...

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