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section of the ^ A ^^ ON _ IN ***** [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 October 1908

section of the ^ A ^^ ON _ IN ***** EACH ccZ , own fashion in farmTr try h » .. times Ifinda loclutv 15 - 8 barns are ^ considered pvol . T ^ farmer -who can eet st ™ and e gether to buildYwall ZlT ^ up some sort of a bank i , gcs t 0 Some farmers have „ 0 , , but they have the bank b . * ha so strong that they fill ,, „ b lrn no wall sometimes at great ; ,. 0 uil ( l and at considerab l e e ^ eni < barns usually are awkanH ^ S and they lack the usual hill ? :,, * 61 , age . ism . j r Bank barns are alri _ ri ^ , . right on ground tha sf 0 l v ^» } the south , because draiZ ^ f 1 * site is usually good and may J Uc almost perfect with the ! fie , c ™ tiling . It is a great mistake S ? bank barn in a hole in order tl pu bank on one side of it . A n > . i i g , e the north side of the barn i ^ protection against cold and it , ? g tea gives a splendid op , 0 rw . y plant a shelter belt of t ^^ tural elevation which will comn „ , a „ very best winter conditions for...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
PITCH , OF BARN ROOFS [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 October 1908

PITCH , OF BARN ROOFS OWE-THIRD pitch means that t Pi ? - 3 . . ° / ? ro ? f is ab ° ut or third . of the width of the bull ing higher than the plates , that is the building is thirty feet wide t . peak has an elevation of 9 feet , sea measure above the plates . Half-pin would be half the diameter higher , fifteen feet above the plates , while fi pitch- would be 26 feet scale measui What interests a farmer most in tl pitch of a barn roof is the storage : pacity as compared with the expciis Any- pitch from one-third up is ! good one so far as service and lasl ihg ^ lialittes ; go . A half pitch mid last a little longer than a third pitc but there is not enough difference to pay for the extra cost . Full wtoli is used only for architectural elect except in -cases of gambrel roofs men half pitch or even steeper is often used for the lower portion between the gambrel and the eaves . In gambrel roofs the upper section often is as flat as J 4 pitch , while tie distance from the curb to th...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
JiTW ^ 'VxT crietitific dairying re -scierit «« buiI / Lher , 1908 r ITY-FOUR COW BARN ^ T * X N scientific dairying re- [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 October 1908

JiTW ^ VxT crietitific dairying rescierit «« buiI / Lher , 1908 r ITY-FOUR COW BARN ^ T * X N scientific dairying re- f ^ VoDERN ^ M WfL cows are kept to furnish jVl WhsL vHlage customers it is i necessary to have a good dairy a , s . rfo vfhere the milk can be prop5 fooS bottled and kept ^ on ice er ll it i ? s delivered . Such dairying runs i moe business than farmers have __*_ _> £ _ . y = LX . t /^ riOf- ~ f been accustomed to , It will be noticed that about one-third of the ground toot in this dairy building is taken up with creamery delivery room , feed room and work shop . There must be _ o tinkering done in the creamery or delivery room . These two compartments must be kept as pure and sweet f Possible , or you cant turn out the wand of milk required by the boards M health . Unless you have a shop ior tinkering fitted with a desk to keep Jour books and a cupboard to hang extra clothing you will , find those ™ ngs will accumulate in the creamery or delivery room ; ...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 October 1908

Distemper or Strangles , b . contagloui di «_«_ bJ ^ . l 0 68 ¦ *? ¦ . Wl , en , h « ani n « 1 « «• Redding their coats the blood becomes poisoned . Ihere is no telling when your horse may be at . wcted by this dangerous disease . Get a bottle of pr 0 £ > DISTEMPER and PINK EYE CURE and keep it ready lor instant use . Farmers , liver / , pen « ad horsemen everywhere use and recommend it Nothing operates so quickly and beneficially on the disease , h will completel y cure the worst case of Distemper if laken in time . Insist upon Pratts Distemper and Pink Eye Cine , Ii your dealer cannot supply you we will send you a bottle prepaid on receipt ol 50 cents . Ahi _ as postal for Pratts Hew Hone Book Free . gaj ^ g ^& SjKk KtNDMtSJgfc SPAVINjRpR CIRUya Tha remedy that horsemen everywhere know to be effective in curing Spavin , ¦ Ringbone , Curb . Splint and all forma or ¦ Lameness . It mw cost you a horse to ¦ experiment . Use the proven remedy , B llcOregor , Ulch...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
¦^¦ ^ . Li ''; A ROUND . . BAR * I ?" - '" ' P [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 October 1908

¦^¦ ^ . Li ; A ROUND . . BAR * I ? - P . / t ¦• • • . : JtOUND bafn should have a silo / % > n the center and the silo should . . be-apart of the barn . Round tarns aire not very fashionable consideringtne number that one may see in a . day s travel , but there are many fe _ , tur « s . •• to . recommend them . ¦ . Generally speaking , the greatest possible cubic ¦ space according to the amount of material used , may be . en ErjLErt / tfT / ort closed iii a round barn and the silo being ih the center makes it easy to feed the stock because all the stalls may be placed within easy reach . A cement silo is . more desirable because it is durable . but the first cost is greater . Wooden silos rot out in a few years time and certain parts of them must be , replaced , but this need not be taken as positive proof that a cement TZ-tfAS silo is the best under all circumstances . ¦ Whether a cement- or wooden silo is built the frame work of the barn is of light construction and is ...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
. HOME DAIRY [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 October 1908

. HOME DAIRY THE very best butter is mdp farms when the wome i 011 oughly understand the L H and have the proper facilities t \ nf ss the milk from good healthy coW run through a cream separator V . _ . s i as possible after milking and ti , lrr 0 on cooled to the . right tempenu re ^ kept , in clean , pure air and T ni when it is just old enough ^ too old-you get the very nice lb ,, that skill and energy can make S X butter , if shipped regularl y to con ZL h ers in large cities , will bring ;_; ,, ! price than the best creamery ^ , ^ is no more work to make bun ,,, !•;_ . than to make it wrong ; . „! K is less work because you have a n I er system and that always hdns The farm dairy may be verv . i ™_ i but it should be by itself Y 0 , S make gilt-edged butter i „ the kffi There are too many odors from cook ing and sometimes from tobaccd smoke . Cream is very touchy w e „ it comes to odors . You can insult creani with . a bad smell quicker than any other-food product and when il i...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 October 1908

Keep flie ^^ Wheels Taming ^ Lm One of the little ecoW ; ^ m omies that help toward - ^ L \ a substantial paving is ^ ¦ the use of a good axle ^ Lm grease . A grease with- ^ H * out proper oody runs ^ M off . One too heavy- . I ^ tm stiffens on the axle and I WM adds to the pull . 1 I MICA AXLE GREASE I ^ m- ¦ is right—won t run , | H won t stiffen , won t M H | wear out as soon as H m M I other grease will , J _ i \ V fl |* L Covers the axle with ^ ^^^ | O K |^ an almost friction- \\ i » fljiPffe . ess coating of ^ tf * ffi \ ^ BWI-tak powdered mica ^^ = 3 H J UJ ^^ A and keeps pur ^^^ jLlf ^ Sm / wjkSX wheels turn- . j ^ s ^ J H ^^^ \ ym ing when the ^^^^ w llilH ot ^ er feM 0 ^ v / M taatm ^ m jrM r \ l who uses ^^ MM ^ ^^ l | S | l poor grease , JSB / T * ulml 1 S 8 ^ 1 C ^ tr * Za \\^> J imJ Nothing ^^ fffljml like M ica Axle Grease JSABW for a tired wagon . Ask \ A \ WLW * e dealer for it ? fjr STAWARD OU ^ WAOT NO BARN IS COMPLETE WITHOUT A PORTER FEED and LITTER C...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
^ VwFRAL purpose barn thirty -aORSE AND COW * ARN fl ^ rn-pAT . nurpose barn thirty- [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 October 1908

^ VwFRAL purpose barn thirtyaORSE AND COW * ARN fl ^ rn-pAT . nurpose barn thirty- A Gb i . v sixty feet with storage tw 0 . Llrhead may be built on r 0 Oin The idea -is to provide a this Pj » n - i 9 suitable , for a farm , say of V *^ ct is where six or eight horses « W « for work and for breeding are W ... . o _ , and where there is a variety p f r L ° . t e some milch cows and some •!_ - calves and young stock . « C ? 0 W - pa ^ partitioned off from _ I her part of the barn . with stanch- ! he fcing out . There is a manger g ^ , the stanchions and the out T ^ LOOttZ - » 3 £ . ^ W side of the barn with a rack to hold hay and there is a long narrow opening above this rack into the mow the whole length of the rack so that hay may be put down from overhead and distributed as it is thrown down , which saves once or twice handling when compared with feeding arrangements in some other stables . A manure carrier runs on a trackbehind the cows and the same track is extended to run behind...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 October 1908

l __ rtiii ^^^^^^^ ---BZBiiiiZr l HffiBSJfcs m ATMM * Ww ^^~ MINERAL STOFACE 0 1 Wk ^ Ar jm ^ * m 3 m ^ t Z * EEDS mpAUa : aii M UNTIL Amatite was put on All that is necessary after layUie market a few years ago , ing an Amatite roof is to leave practically everybody who used it alone . Leaks and dissatisfacready roofings had to paint them tion are left behind regularly . Some of the roofings Every practical man will required a coat every year ; oth- doubly appreciate the no-paint - ers every two or three years . idea when wc add to that stateIn all cases a good deal of ex- ment the fact that Amatite is pense and trouble was involved , lower in price than most of the The popularity of Amatite is paint-me-evcry - two - years- or largely owing to the fact that its leak roofings , use does away with all such In addition , Amatite with its trouble and expense . This is smooth lap edge , is easy to lay , due to its real mineral surface ail ^ the necessary nails and li- , which is far mor...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 October 1908

r ____»_________ fi __ S ____ * Metal Hamc Fastener t ___* e _|__ i _____ 5 ___________ k Does away with utraps . Brery mm ^ es . ** aw 99 . ^^ s * mv farmer and teamster deJiehtedTOutweiirhanloM . Fasten instantly with gloves on . tr-rareVnnX E . roflt . Indlspenslblyrhen once used . AGENTS zWr / oSTKBRYSaANDYHAMEFASTEN . KRS bonania lor aeonta . Many sell doson an hour . s . ti _ yioX . d . !; W COONER & FOKTUNE CO . Ptptj . PieltW * FOU » .

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
rv A POLE BARN . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 October 1908

rv A POLE BARN . - * STORAGE barn intended for A hay is easily and cheaply built ¦ *¦ *¦ of telegraph poles , common inch boards and a few two inch planks for inside braces . The poles are from thirty to forty feet in length , are set in the ground like fence posts , but a little deeper ; four and a half to five feet seems to be about right in . most soils . There are no sills and only just enough girths to hail th *» outside boarding to . The poles on the eave sides are cut off thirty-two feet above the ground so as to leave sufficient height for two tiers of boards sixteen feet long each . The poles are set a little less than twelve feet apart from centers which permits the use of twelve foot planks for girths and braces . These planks are spiked into the poles with thirty penny and some forty penny wire nails . They are usually not cut off but the over run is permitted to project , which gives a more solid hold for the nails . Crosswise there are four poles in each row with space...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
ALFALFA BARN MADE OtfPOLES [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 October 1908

ALFALFA BARN MADE OtfPOLES W HERE stock is kept and alfalfa fed on the farm a very cheap convenient storage barn may be made from poles and rough lumber . Culled telegraph poles may be used for the main uprights . Set them in the ground about four feet deep and instead of filling in with earth fill in the holes with concrete . Before filling stand all the posts and stay thein in their proper places . Forty feet in width is about right to work to advantage , but you can make the barn as long as you want it .- Suspend the track from the peak so you can run a horse fork the whole length of tlie barn and rig it to work from either ehd . If the poles are braced as shown the structure will be stiff -without any cross ties except the short ones shown above the track at the peak and the lower slanting pull braces . A very important feature of this barn is the feedway on the ground in the center . This is made of posts and poles as shown so the stock can pull the hay out from between upright...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
GRANARY [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 October 1908

GRANARY S OMETIMES a cheap ly , ; ,,,- swers the purpose 1 , ^ 7 ai more expensive one Ti ,- n ary has a floor built the .,, , srai would build a cement side ..-. !_ . y , ° a dry site and make a lV ,, ,,,,,.,- dei cinders six or eight inch , ft 011 . ! sills are needed but then- i . - N strip three or four inches . vii Taround to rest the lower lM ,, i . _ t a _ studding on to keep then \ l c h true . Then the concrete linn , an . pounded in around the stu . ldii .- 8 sloped away outside in cverv ( , r g . a . to carry the -vater away . - . \„ , c .. ? tionaf water protection i _ p rovi , j nailing a strip of galvanize li around the outside of the suukli . g , 2 lower edge of which is bent omt . This lower edge may be imbedded i the cement or not . The concrete made in the usual way and laid lik a sidewa k in sections by being „ 0 lm * ed in all around . the studding a „ leveled with a straight edge and spi ™ level . It is then surfaced with a cos of rich cement the same as a side ...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 October 1908

A Bird s rfjfc Eye View IB of a city doesnt do jus- \ . Hw tice to it , because it only \ I | H gives an idea . JjmLWbm The same applies to Itgi ^ Ti ^ y this advertisement ; it • *~ only gives a small idea of the Tubular qualities . We want you to have a thorough understanding of the benefits derived from a Tubular Sepator . The simplicity , durability and efficiency of the Tubular are admitted by our competitors and vouched for by thousands of satisfied users . It is built to skim clean and last a life time ; and it does and will . The Tubular bowl is so simple and so easy to handle that it can be cleaned in two or three minutes . There are so many points of excellence to be found in the Tabular , that to get a thorough knowledge of them you must read Catalog 261 . THE SHARPIES SEPABATOB CO , West Chester , Peana . Toronto , Can . San Francisco , Calif . Chicago . III . ^ JjjiBas n * 1908 lapiwad JB _ Jp W » u . s . f \ CREAM nl jCk SEPARATORS *^ S « 5 _ 2- _ ag !^> I M...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
lC ' the most economical cool rrE FOR COLD STQKAGIS l Cb -, i * I , P most economical cool- [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 October 1908

lC \\ the most economical cool rrE FOR COLD STQKAGIS l Cb -, i * I , P most economical cool- , ICE is . a „ m for small refrigerators . M itomatic ice machines are A Si . , niore or less expert superi „«^ bllt n « sary to keep them in vision >> . V , r The advantages of difforkinS ^ Ving are simp licity and comtcct i « ^ _ . ntive economy , but the average reC , or cooled by ice will -hardly _ . . a temperature below 45 or 40 de- „ ccs F and it has the disadvantage tint the air is too damp for best results . Sensitive products like butter , milk and eggs will not keep well in a moist atmosp here . To meet tha difficulties between a large extensi \* t refrigerator plant and the ordinary K , je cooled refrigerator Madison Coo # | has invented and designed what f , je calls the Gravity Brine Systom | which will produce a r ^ ro ^ r js-jyw 9 w ~* s Its cuts besides Illustrating the principle of cold storage shows how a Prfticai cold storago tW ° sl . may be bul - ™...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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