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rood Poisons [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907

rood Poisons 90 Percent of All Diseases the Result of Undigested Putrefying Foods . Men of affairs , women of society and children with active brains are too often sedentary in their habits , giving little time to exercise . To this evil is added that of high and irregular living—as a result , the stomach can not stand the demands made upon it . The abused and overtaxed stomach does not properly do the work of digestion , food taken in ferments and the poison permeates the whole system . The body loses in weight and becomes a prey for the attack of whatever disease it may encounter . Did it ever occur to you how busy that stomach of yours is ? It only holds three pints , but in one year you force it to take in 2 , 400 pounds of material , digest it and prepare it for assimilation into the blood . No wonder it rebels when overworked . We crowd it with steaks and pastry , irritate its juices with spices and acids , and expect the stomach to do its work . It cant do it . All over the i...

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DON'T WORRY ABOUT YOUR HEART TROUBLE . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907

DONT WORRY ABOUT YOUR HEART TROUBLE . It isnt as serious as yon think . Stop worrying and let mo mall yon a box of my Heart Tablets for Iris ] Free 0 / Charge . Show the formula on tho box to any honest physician , and he will toll you they are pure and harmless and will do yon a world of good . There is no part of the country from which I connot furjiish testimonials of remarkable cores ; casos pronounced incurable and whero all hope had been abandoned , Here are the symptoms of heart disease : Fluttering , Palpitation . Skipping boats , Shortness of Breath . Tenderness . Numbness or Pain In the loft side , l ) i * zinesa . Fainting Spells , Spots before tho eyes . Sudden Starting In sleep , Nightmare , HnnSry nr W-.-nk Spells , Oppressed Keeling in Chest , hoking Sensation in Throat , Painful to lie on left side . Cold hands or feet , Difficult Breathing . Dropsy , Swelling of feet or ankles ( one of the surest signs ) , Neuralgia around heart . Write- today , enclosing stamp for ...

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[ AGRICULTURAL I SCIENCE ammmmmmmmmamaaaaaaaammmmmmmmmmammmaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarmaaaaaaaaaat [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907

[ AGRICULTURAL I SCIENCE ammmmmmmmmamaaaaaaaammmmmmmmmmammmaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarmaaaaaaaaaat NEW YORK EXPERIMENTERS LEAGUE . The annual meeting of the New York State Experimenters League was held in the new building of the College of Agriculture at Ithaca . New York , February 20-22 . It was attended by over 200 people and was by far the most successful meeting of the League that has yet been held . The first session was called to order by President Harry B . Winters of Smithboro , N . Y . Dean L . H . Bailey delivered the address of welcome . He said Uial the League represented the college man s point of view on farming ; that it-had already exceeded its name and might in time develop into a series of organizations . In- response , G . A . Prole , of Batavia , said that the members should show their appreciation of the welcome by doing more and better work ; that the closer the grange and reading courses and the Experimenters League got together the better . F . C . Stewart , of th...

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Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907

§ Solid Gold RING FREE Not a plated nor a filled ring , bat one of noHd Bold . Tho choice of other handsome PREMIUMS GIVEN FREE to those who sell 6 of our 25 c boxoa of Standard Blood Tablets , a tonic selling on Its merit *; 30 days allowed to make sales ; thon send tho money and we elve yoa tho premium . Wo trust you . Send no money until yon have received and sold the tablets . Premium list sent with the tablets . STANDARD REMEDY CO ., 400-402 w . 23 rd St .. New York City , _ . BBBBBJ BM m \ Kl . IXKR . Tho only sure cnro for §\ ^ W _ IUI M \ Asthma and Hay Purer . All U Ar ™ I W | ¦ # ¦» Drnv-Kists , & 0 cents , or tliroo a a mam a w m a ¦ or m *> re bonis , sent prapsid tirade Mark ) on receipt of price by AZ-MA MEDICINE CO .. Richmond , filch .

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Page 20 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907

M A ¦ / Dont Push 3 11 The horse can draw the IffSl U load without help , if you jMn i \ reduce friction to almost IMjrtt l \ nothing by applying f / lj / KMic § g ^ l % OTi | ^ Sr ^ a » ye 3 | i l / Aivif ^ ° 0 : ner luhri- Vj _ J ^ Tiul if ll / J cant cver ma ^ e J J ^ r ^/ I ^ j ^ f wears so long f JKRU and saves so much fjfK ^» horsepower . Next time j AS try MICA AXLE GREASE . rQ ^ mXWk Standard Oil Co . Ok ^_ mmm Incorporated TH ^ I ^^^ I BANKING BY MAIL I with this big , strong bank means absolute safety for your money and 4 Ql ANNUAL f ° Interest payable or compounded semi-annu-ally . Write today for handsomely Illustrated booklet , giving full particulars . The Union Savings Bank Resources , $ 7 , 000 , 000 Frick Bldg ., Sla . 0 , PITTSBURG . PA . IIS L ¦ akfkY S NORTHERN JJBjf fri J * GROWN -WgiJA EEDS : > 1 FOR ALL CLIMATES Mi . g || \ Earliesr . Mosl Productive , Hordifst- X / J ^ riG ^ SEMH ruTFiiuiiwasEaitJ-MQS owwiatinMtEifA //( Yf ^ rf / f • auW ( jARD ) S...

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Page 20 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907

fBIC ^ jARDE ^ l 1908 waa one of prodliralplcnty on omkm I farms . N ever buforo dul vege- ^ L \\ e ami farm aeeda return such M atrX rmoiia yield * . ^ 06 > w wo wish to pain 200 , 000 new mm smera thlsyearandhenceoilcr 2 c postpaid j fl ] 1 pke . ( Janlm City IWt - - 10 » JOR 1 1 -.. rll . st lUprW InlibiWr * , . Ida Vflfij I * FnrllKmeralilCuflambcr 1 &« A—W—1 LaCroisi . Uarbot Lctiui-o I 5 » AwJiaW 1 M 13 Pay Hoillsh - . - 10 « WuM X Bhio 111 nod Tomato - - lHo . 4 BH 1 Juicy Tnrnlp .... JOo mtGA 1000 kernel * tlorlonilr bvauO- jHn ( al flowvr teed * * * • ¦ -15 a fl & u Total & 3 R WAWL \ k Allforl 2 c postpaldlnordertointro- ^ M L \ diKOour warranted scoda , ami if yuu nl ¦ I willBend icowewillnddoiie pnekaKe / wa of Berliner Earliest Caull . lower , to- / Jul jM gether with cur mammoth plant , uJHj I nursery stock , vegetable and fanu ^^ Bfl ¦ seed . ind tool catalog . aWw \ EV- Th . a o ( U : iloc Is nuiiled free to nil m Zm m \...

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Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907

M ^ WipjuaWMm jm ^ y ^^ ki • \ ^ SMVlSaaar- - ^ mS ^ XlCSsSe / mmmawmmmmi mm ^ g ^ ^ $ |^ B ry / - | - \^^^ -- ^ rj cjifll ^ ipfa ^ — JL—J ! 1 - ^^^ 3 | ffB ^ i ^ B--HHHraBB •• , „ ,.,., •¦ A-vf / ft ^ i ^^ jtM lLMt ^ ^^ fe ^ fea-Sit e ^ ^^ ^^< n ^ Ma ^ tMaWMamw ^ r « m \ f &^ LVm ^ aall ^^^^ l l ^ Wfl ^ sss ^^^ WS S 3 ^ 5 S—«^ < . ? WmmM WwmWflil ^ HARVEST I IS COMINfr AGAIN ARE YOU READY ? To be Bure , its some time yet before the grain has been developed in 30 years , and there s no fea . will be ready , but it wont be long before youll be ture about them that is in any way untried so busy with spring work that you will have no 80 you are safe enough , as to the underlying time 10 get ready for harvest mechanical principle of any of these machines . aort ^ oT 18 - £ e H ™ t 0 Slve thlS lm P ° rtant ** « Now as to materials . The farmer buying an serious consideration International machine may be sure that the mateHow did you get along last year ?...

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Page 21 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907

Pure Unleached Hardwood Ashes NATURES PLANT FOOD Tho host fortlliz-r to build up tho land . You ci-t the net In The Joynt Brand . Write for price , to JOHN JOYNT , Luoknow , Ontario , Canada ft | Prtft Does quality count In buying seeds ! V L 11 V If so . wc nslc a trial order . Can satisfy ¦ jL Uu the most exacting buyer both In quality and prices . All standard varieties Farm and Garden Seeds listed in our l . » 7 Cntaloc . It s free . A postal card will brine It . Write today . EIKKNBERKY BROS ., Camden , <> . 7 U E M L K . ? SEEP CORN Wrlto IRA L . GRAHAM , Payne , Iaulding 0 o .. O .

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THE OPEN-FRONT POULTRY HOUSE . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907

THE OPEN-FRONT POULTRY HOUSE . In answer to your request of the 16 th regarding the open front house I would suggest that several years ago I built a poultry house 10 ft . wide , 20 ft . long , 7 ft . high in the front , and 5 ft . in the rear . The interior Is divided by a wire partition , and the house accommodates two breeding pens . This house was built by putting on common tie boards up and down , and afterwards neatly covered with the best three-ply roofing paper . It was then thoroughly pitched making the house practically airtight on three sides . The floor is of matched pine and is 18 in . from the ground . My idea in building this house was to test the open front , so 1 made two windows in the south side , or front , ZV < ft . high and 6 ft . long and 14 in . up from the floor . I covered these windows with one inch mesh netting and then hung a curtain , made of lightweight , white canvas . The first winter this house was not at all satisfactory , as so much sno...

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I POULTRY 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907

I POULTRY 1 POINTS OR UTILITY . A few years ago it was said that half the Jersey herds in the country had been ruined for practical purposes by breeding for show points . With the appearance of the Babcock test and the advance of dairy teaching , more attention began to be paid to the actual performance of cows , and as a result we have today the system of advanced registry . and cows are judged principally by their performance at the pail rather than by outward appearance . The change has resulted in inestimable good to all the dairy breeds , and we now find cows with a record of more than a thousand pounds of butter a year where formerly there were but few with a record of five hundred pounds . There is no reason to doubt that with these remarkable yielders discovered by modern methods , some will be found that will prove prepotent , and in a few years more there may be found cows yielding much more than any that have been tested so far . In the poultry breeding business show poin...

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

GOOD POULTRY FOODS § aro necesearv for big poultry profits . HARVEYS CUT ALFALFA and CUT CLOVER HAY Poultry and Chick Poods of ali kinds , are Mg profit makers . Send for FREE Samples and catalog of full line of poultry mii-plt-s . Harvey Seed Co , 725 Ellicott St .. Buffalo , N . Y . rC REIDERS FINE CATALOG I » 07 tells all about pure-bred poultry and describes and illustrates 60 varieties IU btaullful or , to ml color plnua . Gives r * a- • onsble prlcei for stock and eggi ; how to euro dlieai « i , kill lice , male * money . This vahiaMe book only IOC . B . H . HUM OKU . KHVHWS , PA P *^ - ^ # \ From Barred . White and mm a ^ % Buff Plymouth Rocka , Wt . ¦ M ^^ l ^^ l ^/ Wyandottes , S . C . Brown and White Leghorns . 91 . 00 per 15 . Illustrated booklet free , FANCIERS STOCK YAWPS , FRICKS , PENHA . Vieea S UFF ORPINGTONS , lltnstl ., 30 forts . Bait J hhB 1 ljmonlh Hocks , HalMr . udoUra , llulf LrKho ™ s 4 Wbll , 1-M . d Black Spanish , IS . n . 15 , , 80 for SI . 5 IL C . lal...

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

]> l * Hsant (» n Ponltry Farm—Egg orders . bookeil now . If one-fourth amount Is forwarded . Such orders have preference . Varieties : Hocks , Wyandottea . Keds , S . and Rose B . Minorcas , S . and Kose C . B , Orpingtons , L . Brahmas , B . Langshans , S . C . White , Brown , Buff and R . C . Brown lieghoriiH . Specialties . $ 1 . 50 per 15 ; $ 3 . 50 per 50 ; $ 6 per 100 ; $ 10 per ^ 00 . All farm raised , scoring from 82 to 90 pts . Alao a few pens of above varieties , scoring from 91 to flS ^ i , at $ 2 per 15 : $ 5 per 50 , Pekln Duck eggs from drake weighing 10 to 11 lb . each and hens from 9 to 10 Ib . ench . $ 1 . 50 per 13 . Some good ckls . to spare . Write wants . W , p . ELLIOTT . R . S . Athens . o .

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EGGS FOR HATCHING . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907

EGGS FOR HATCHING . There is but one very reliable method of knowing what the future of the egg holds within its shell , and that is testing . A Jew seasons ago we purchased two hundred eggs from a dealer quite early in the season , expecting to hatch out a fine lot of very early chicks . Half of the eggs were placed in an incubator , the other half under several hens at the same time . At the proper time , after three days , we tested those in the machine and found 70 out of the 100 infertile . This naturally drew our attention to those under the hens , and after testing in the same manner , we discarded 62 more . The remaining eggs were placed under five of the hens , and were hatched out quite successfully , thanks to the incubator directions . We were ahead at least 100 early chickens in the deal . Since that we have been very careful in hatching time to attempt in finding just what is going to be the outcome of every egg which we are setting . The next season we had a pen of ou...

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Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907

t 2 o oOO Chicks were Hatched in 3 MONTHS . latched in my Model abators and raised >< lel Colony Broodera . This is a bit of history of the work done at the Model Farm , which was started in April of last spring as a moneymakinc business . The use of my Model equipment will enable you to do as well . Let me tell you how . Catalog of Model Equipment mailed upon request . The Model Farm is owned by the Model Poultry Company , of which I am President . It is a co-operative as well as an educational organization , in addition to being a money-maker . You ought to be acquainted with the work we are doing . We are the largest poultry raisers in the world , and have more growing chicks today than any other five farms coupled together . Ask for descriptive literature , oend two dimes for a copy of my book r-ggs . Broilers and Roasters . It gives the cost of production in nil brainches of the poultry business . It gives the market Quotations , week by week , averaged fo...

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CARING FOR EARLY HATCHED CHICKS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907

CARING FOR EARLY HATCHED CHICKS . Upon the farm where the fowls have the very best of care , and have been kept laying at most during the winter season , there will be many early chicks put in their appearance in the early clays of spring . We always aim to give our hens steady employment during the winter season in order to stimulate this early sitting quality , and get as many early chicks out in March and April as possible . These early hatched chicks are found to be the ones that are grown into mature pullets for early fall and winter , laying , and the cockerels can be marketed in early summer at a profit upon ihe butcher market . If the pullets that are hatched from these early fcro . 3 s are properly cared for , they fire toe most profitable class of fowls kept Upon the farm . • Iii iov . r large poultry house we have t JatLLtjer of nests arranged in order that these winter layers , when they become broody , can go to sitting unmolested by the rest of the flock . By this arra...

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Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907

A ^ m ^^^ MmaW ^^ K ^ G ^^^ p JPiPE ^^^ HHK M ^ CHINE ^ From a practical standpoint hens are simply egg machines , They take the feed , convert it , and lay the eggs . But like every other kind of machine , to do the most work , the hen must be in perfect order . The digestive apparatus is the important factor in egg production . Many poultrymen feed an abundance of good albuminous food such as should produce a profitable egg yield , but if the digestion is impaired and the egg-organs dormant , no amount of food will produce the desired results . But give the fowls a tonic to increase the digestion , a little iron for the blood , and regulate the system generally , toning up the egg-organs and you are certain to get eggs even in the coldest weather . I DR . HESS I Poultry PAN-A-CE-A the prescription of Dr . Hess ( M . D ., D . V . S . ) , contains all these principles to increase egg production and cure cholera , roup , indigestion , etc . It has the indorsement of leading poultry a...

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