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MARKETING FARM PRODUCTS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 12 January 1907

MARKETING FARM PRODUCTS . On page 2 of the Christmas number of The Ohio Farmer , a plea is made to the farmer s boy and his father , by Geo . E . Scott , to take advantage of the short winter course at the 0 . S . U ., if not the full course , or even the twoyear term . The advise is timely and merits the consideration of every interested reader . From actual experience and from observation I must confess that there is nothing that contributes as much to failure in making farming pay , as does ignorance and lack of knowledge of the fundamental principles of good farming . There is nothing that elicits the farmers dont pay ejaculation as much as the not knowing how to go ahead—not only In growing a crop , but more especially . In disposing of the same after it is grown . From Mr . Scott s article I travel to the horticultural page and read , under potato storage , by L . B . Pierce , of the Sloe boys who went to the State University . In this article Mr . Pierce draws a graphic pen-p...

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FALL AND WINTER AT FAIRLANE FARM . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 12 January 1907

FALL AND WINTER AT FAIRLANE FARM . After three months absence at institute work I returned home in time to enjoy the Christmas tree with my family and helpers at Fairland . Nothing was wanting to make it a thoroughly enjoyable day for me and I think for all of us . I found the four boys had developed in a very encouraging way and the farm work did not seem to have suffered in my absence . In fact , I found that under the skillful management of my two foremen , the farm work had been pushed rapidly and the stock was all in winter quarters in good condition . Thoroughly reliable and skillful farm managers are as much to be appreciated as good railroad presidents . I left home the 19 th of September , in the midst of silo filling , according to previous arrangement I had hoped to have the silos all filled by that time but the corn was not as ripe as I like to have it until the 15 th . We have learned that corn makes the best silage when fairly well matured . We use Learning and Clarage...

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THE EDUCATIONAL TRAIN . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 12 January 1907

THE EDUCATIONAL TRAIN . Ohio s first Agricultural Special was run Dec . 26 , 27 and 28 , by the Cincinnati & Northern R . R ., beginning at Germantown , Montgomery Co ., and finishing at West Unity , Williams Co . It made seventeen stops in all . The success of the undertaking was far beyond the expectations of all concerned . There were 2 , 300 farmers in attendance , and the interest manifested was sufficient evidence that all were there for the purpose of being benefited ; curiosity seekers were not among the number . The subjects discussed were mainly corn and alfalfa , but whenever opportunity afforded , brief talks were given upon the subject of agricultural education . The lecture force consisted of the officers of the Grain Dealers Association , officials of the railroad , representatives of the Agricultural College , Experiment Station , and Ohio Farmers Institute staff . The corn talks were given by Prof . Foord of the O . S . U . , and a membef 1 - of the Ohio...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 12 January 1907

The _ Rpo / that NEVER Wears out in within your reach . Why apoml good nmiuy for roofing you knmo must bo replif od tnaf « wyen » l Why not put on a rouf that lasts forever ? Sen Green and Purple Roofing Slate are lmttin- s nwn proihict—nut man-marie Quarried from solid rook 200 fest below the earth s surface— split Into convenient form for laying . It absolutely will not rust—wear or decay but lasts forever . Slate Roofs 100 years old are still giving perfect service . Sea Green and Purple ROOFING SLATE Insure absolute protection to buildings—are spark proof—reduce your Insurance rato—afford perfectly clean cistern water and don t require painting or constant repairs . Suitable for any building , new or old . Coat—only a trifle more than shortlived roofing . If no dealer In ynur neighborhood , write us direct . Ask for our free book , ROOFS . The AMERICAN SEA GREEN SLATE CO ., Boxfi . Granville , N . Y . Make Plowing Easy This truck will fit any beam , V ml M M right or left , one ...

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"THE ASPHALT ROOF . " [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 12 January 1907

THE ASPHALT ROOF . The article under above heading , on page 4 J !> . Dec . 29 th lasL , was written by one who is interested in that kind of a roof , and of course it was natural for him to boom it at the expense of other kinds of roofing , though he mentions none but metal , shingles and slate , and the old coal tar roof . Shingles and slate are out of the controversy , as they are not of special manufacture . Their increasing cost during a number of years past , however , created a popular demand for something cheaper , and the metal , modern coal tar , felt and other kinds are the result . The writer of the article referred to disparaged the old coal tar roof , and very properly , but the modern roof of improved coal tar preparation and combination with other material , is a very different tiling . The old , crude tar roof , made by pouring liquid tar over the roof boards and covering with gravel , is not to be compared with it , and the defects mentioned in the aspha...

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NOTES AND QUERIES . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 12 January 1907

NOTES AND QUERIES . Applying Fertilizers . —Please gives the best quantities of fertilizer to be applied to land , and the best time of applying it . W . D .. Clermont . O— The quantity of fertilizer to be applied will depend upon the nature and particular needs of the land , and the crop to be grown . No general rule can be given . Naturally a thin unproductive soil will require a larger amount of fertilizer than that which has been kept up in good tilth and fertility . Again some soils are especially deficient in some one fertilizing ingredient and fairly rich in others . These lands should be given special treatment . Some crops require more nourishment than others . This should also be considered in determining the quantity as well as the kind of fertilizer to be used . The only principle which applies to all soils , is the general one that frequent light applications are better than an occasion al heavy manuring . Truck soils require heavier applications than those devoted to f...

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BUILDING DEPARTMENT . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 12 January 1907

BUILDING DEPARTMENT . ( Conducted by John L . Shawver . ) BILL OF MATERIALS FOR PLAN NO . 25 . Two readers ask for bill of materials for the Maryland house No . 25 , which appeared in Ohio Farmer , June 2 , 1906 . This plan has brought in more inquiries than any other single plan , showing that farmers appreclciate a convenient home as well as any other class . Many small changes may be made without any material waste of materials . As for instance the bathroom may be placed up stairs , the bay windows may be changed from front to side , etc . This may be heated with steam , hot water , hot air or stoves . Bill Stuff . —12 pieces , 2 x 8 x 20 : 30 pieces . 2 x 8 xl 8 ; 140 pieces , 2 x 8 xl 6 ; 80 pieces , 2 x 8 xl 4 ; 12 pieces . 2 x 8 x 12 ; 30 pieces . 2 x 8 xl 0 : 10 pieces , 2 x 8 x 8 ; 4 pieces , 2 x 6 xl 8 ; 1 G pieces , 2 xfixl 0 ; 270 pieces , 2 x 4 xl 8 : 120 pieces . 2 x 4 xl 6 ; 4 pieces . 2 x 4 xl 4 ; 20 pieces , 2 x 4 xl 2 ; 42 pieces , 2 x 4 x 10 ; 60 pieces , 2 x 4 x...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 12 January 1907

^^^ feLet Me You i _ T » i « J ^ y Direct Prices W iBr 1 on Split Hickory w ^ B ^ t Buggies ^• M ^& togSpB ** ^ prices on Spli : Hi-kory Buggies . I want lo slioul- ^•^ SC * 0 ^ der all the risk of the transaction . I am willing to / M take all chances on your not liking one of my Split Hickory M vehicles . I do the largest buggy business in the world , selling direct to users on Every buggy I sell goes out on trial , subject to being returned at my expense Ml VM refunding every cent of money , if not satisfactory . I Big 1907 FREE Catalog ! 1 of SplitHickoryVehiclesNowReady 1 My catalog of SplitHickoryVehiclesisbi „_ erandbettert _ isyearthaneverbefore . HI S _ ; 0 , U a over 2 d , fferent styles , and a complete lino of Hi ^ h-Grade Harness . H This Free catalog brings into your homo thegreatest display of High-Grade Buggies H ever put in a book . There are photographs and descriptions of buggies enough to fill II 10 big storerooms , in this book . I want you to have t...

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( LIVESTOCK [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 12 January 1907

( LIVESTOCK SWINE BREEDERS INSTITUTE . The annual swine breeders institute will be held at the Phillips House , Dayton , O ., Jan . 22 , 1907 . An excellent program has been arranged as follows : Opening address . President A . M . Brown ; The Farmer s Hog , Hon . J . B . Cummins , Xenia , O . ; discussion opened by W . O . Canaday , Anderson , Ind . ; address . Prof . J . H . Jones of Wilberforce University ; Honor in the Show Ring , Dr . H . M . Brown , Hillsboro , O . ; discussion opened by Col . David Wallace , Indianapolis , Ind . ; Should Individual Exhibitors of Swine be Required to Compete with University and Experiment Station Exhibits ? L . Arbuckle , Hope , Ind . ; discussion opened by O . E . Bradfute , Cedarville , O . ; Are High Prices at Public Sales of Permanent Benefit to the Breed ? E . E . Coler , Dayton , O . ; discussion opened by A . F . May , Flat Rock , Ind . ; Which is the Best Medium of Advertising — Sale Ring , Show Ring or the Press ? Chas . Wellington , ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 12 January 1907

EARLYLAMBS Early lambs will bring Uig money 11 you save them , ami get them to market at the right time . Give them a little of Dr . Hess Stock Food in the grain they eat—then , if you keep them warm and dry , there will be no losses , and they will be fit at the very moment when prices arc best . DB HESS STOCK F ^ D the prescription of Dr . Hess ( M . D . t D . V . S . ) contains bitter tonics for the digestion , iron for the blood , nitrates to expel poisonous material from the system and laxatives to regulate the bowels . These ingredients are recommended by Professors Wiuslow , Quitman , Finlay Dun , and the most noted medical writers in the country . It is not a food in itself , but makes all the food of the farm produce more milk , more meat and more work by increasing digestion and regulating the system generally . Sold on a written guarantee . 100 lbs . $ 5 . 00 | Kiwpi ! Bc «» d . 25 lb . pa « $ 1 . 60 ; w ::. ___ , ; r ;_ h Smaller quantities al . 1 slight advance . Where ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 12 January 1907

i mg Boc . 1 K $ P « vm H > Ouretho lameness and I I romOTO th © bunch without scarring the- I I horse— have the part looking just aalt did I before the blomish came . I - ? lem _ n £ sSpav-nCure ( Llqu-d ) I I ! , a Bpoohil remedy for soft and semi-solid I I blemishes— BOB Spavin . Thorough pin , I Splint , Curb . Cupped Hock , etc . Itlsneither I a liniment nor a simple blister , but n remedy I _ II unlike any other—doesnt imitate and cant I I be Imitated . Easy to use , only a little re- I I quired , and your money back if it ever falle . I Flemings Vest-Pocket Veterinary Adviser I describes and illustrates all kinds of Mem- I I ishes , and gives you the Information you I I ought to have before ordorluR or buying any I I kind of a remedy . Mailed free if you writ © . I FLEMING BROS ; , Chemists , I S 33 Union Stock Yards , Chicago , 111 . I Bto astz soar neighbor Lift the toad yourself with for Butchering . Liftinu Wagon Boxes . Sick or Injured Animals , Wire Stretchin...

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THE WAY I CARE FOR BROOD SOWS IN WINTER . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 12 January 1907

THE WAY I CARE FOR BROOD SOWS IN WINTER . Noticing the great number of pigs born dead or born so that they do not make any money for their owners , I am tempted to tell a little of my experience in taking care of brood sows in winter , as the care of the sow means the care of her future pigs . A man , to succeed in hog raising either for market or feeding purposes , must use a great deal of thought and judgment . A good clean bed is the first requisite for pigs , also not too many sows together . I had seven sows together last winter and had the best one lost . She was very hearty the night before and when I went down in the morning the sow was dead . My supposition was that the sow was crowded and aborted or slipped her pigs , and the other pigs had eaten G inches into her intestines , and killed her . If she had been by herself this would not have happened . I never keep more than two sows together since that time . Now this may seem too few to the man who keeps 20 or more brood s...

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MILL FEEDS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 12 January 1907

MILL FEEDS . Please give some information about wheat middlings , bran , ground wheat , etc ., for feed . Are middlings richer than ground wheat ? Is flour poorer in nitrogen than middlings ? What is the difference between light and dark middlings ? Is it as profitable to feed middlings and ground corn dry as to feed them wet?—F . C , Wilmington . O . The structure of the wheat grain is as follows : ( 1 ) The skin or epidermis , including the hairs at the tip of the grain and three thin outer layers ; these constitute about 3 ^ of the whole grain . ( 2 ) The color layer , making the grain white , amber or red ; this constitutes about 2 i of the grain . ( 3 ) The germ or embryo , located at the lower part of the grain and connected with a thin tissue that envelopes the inner portion of the grain . ( 4 ) This inner portion is the endosperm , composed chiefly of starch , from which flour is made . The outer layers are removed as bran and middlings . Bran is the hull with the coarser pa...

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GOOD AS A DAILY . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 12 January 1907

GOOD AS A DAILY . The New York Thrlce-a-week World and The Ohio Farmer both one year for only $ 1 . 40 . All the general news of the world and almost equal to a dally paper . Send to The Ohio Farmer , Cleveland . O .

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Are Your Kidneys Weak ? [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 12 January 1907

Are Your Kidneys Weak ? Thousands of Men and Women Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect It . To Prove What the Great Kidney Remedy , Swamp-Root , Will Do for YOU , Every Reader of The Ohio Farmer May Have • Sample Bottle Sent Absolutely Free by Mail . If you are sick or feel badly , begin taking the great kidney remedy , Dr . Kilmer s Swamp-Root , because as soon as your kidneys begin to get better . they will help all the other organs to health . A trial will convince any one .

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I Didn't Know I Had Kidney Trouble I [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 12 January 1907

I Didnt Know I Had Kidney Trouble I I was out of health and run down generally ; had no appetite , was dizzy and suffered with headache most of the t ime . I did not know that my kidneys were the cause of my trouble , but somehow felt they might be , and I began taking Swamp-Root . There is such a pleasant taste to Swamp-Root , and it goes right to ihe spot and drives disease out of the system . It has cured me . making me stronger and better in every way , and I cheerfully recommend lt to all sufferers . Gratefully vours . Mas . A . _ , . WALKER , 331 E . Linden St ., Atlanta . Ga . Weak and unhealthy kidneys are responsible for many kinds of diseases , and if permitted to continue , much suffering and many fatal results are sure to follow . Kidney trouble irritates the nerves , makes you dizzy , restless , sleepless and irritable . Makes you pass water often during the day and obliges you to get up many times during the night . Unhealthy kidneys cause rheumatism , gravel , catarrh...

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How To Find Out . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 12 January 1907

How To Find Out . If there is any doubt in your mind as to your condition , take from your urine on rising about four ounces , place it in a glass or bottle and let it stand twenty-four hours . If on examination it is milky or cloudy , if there is a brick-dust settling , or if small particles float about in it , your kidneys are in need of immediate attention . EDITORIAL NOTICE . —So successful is Swamp-Root in promptly overcoming even the most distressing cases , that to Prove its wonderful merits you may have a sample bottle and a book of valuable information , both sent absolutely free by mail . The book contains many of the thousands upon thousands of testimonial letters received from men and women who found Swamp-Root to be just the remedy they needed . The value and success of Swamp-Root are so well known that our readers are advised to send for a sample bottle . In writing to Dr . Kilmer & Co ., Binghamton . N . Y ., be sure to say that you read this generous offe...

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