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Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 October 1914

iWBnBr 01 fc collededand are will immcdislely K-HllHr a Uni y 0 U , llt < , nrM P » lr ) l > , i , ul Nolintralnwm *• You will be proud ol Ihem . Everyone M || BHBS buys after you show pictures—stores uiuHgRCrfKn A doctor discovered Cloverine . _»_ 9 jcttnlk Millions using ii for Cuts , Ectema , - ^^^^ rakTlM Wilson Ctumical Co . Deafness lAB . Wm ^ Periect hearing Is now being re- ^^¦^ n stored in every condition of deafjggWwg ness or defective bearing from ( 4 TmTlmmt \ mf causes such aa Catarrhal Deaf . llVJc . , H nesa , Relaxed or Sunken Drums , IA \ m \ ___/ s Thickened Drums , Roaring and mJH ^ . ta ^ L Hisaing Sounds . Perforated , f __ BMB _ - Wholly or Partially Destroyed SaHsF ^ Druma , T ) jgcliwrge from Ears , etc . WHSOB Common-Sense Ear Drums Liltl * Wireless Phones for the Ears require no medicine but effectively replace what is lacking or defectivpinthenatur-Ieardruma . Theyaresimple devices , which the wearer easily fits into the ears wherethe...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 October 1914

Get This Car FREE 2 Paeeenser—4 Cylinder—Water Ceoted-StiattOrrra-SelecthreTyiMTranjwriinien Price $ 425 . Write Now BIFORB YOU TURN THIS PAGE The most wonderful offer ever made to readers of this paper . A Bis Advertising ; Plan which you can benefit by U you send In at once . Dont let a minute slip . Send for details today . Right Now ) Write your name and address ptaiol .. Horry tor it means money to you . LMrn How to Make $ 100 to $ 400 ¦ very Month and ¦ • Your OWN BOSS It s easy and we will show you how . You can become an expert automobile man in a short time . < No need to leave home . Our students are coining money and you can too if you act immediately . Write today Tor Big Catalog and all dotalla . Dont wait . Doit now . Send your rutmaandfuiladdreaa . You Cat a Car FREE and tbe Agency C . A . Coey . the worlds Premier Autoist and winner of many world s records , builds this machine and makes you this offer . It snogetrichquickscheme —so dont delay writing toda...

Publication Title: Better Farming
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Page 17 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 October 1914

Fair Play in Telephone Rates IT is human nature to resent been tried by the governmentpaying more than amy one owned systems and have so else and to demand cheap restricted the use of the teletelephone service regardless phone that it is of small value , of the cost of providing it . Tne great majority of Bell But service at a uniform rate subscribers actually pay less wouldn t be cheap . than the average rate . There are It would simply mean that a few who use the telephone those making a few calls a day in their business for their profit were paying for the service of who pay according to their the merchant or corporation use , establishing an average handling hundreds of calls . rate higher than that paid by That wouldn t be fair , would the majority of the subscribers , it ? No more so than that you To make a uniform rate should pay the same charge would be increasing the price for a quart of milk as another to the many for the benefit of pays for a gallon . the few . To be of t...

Publication Title: Better Farming
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THEW ^ HOUSEWIFE [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 October 1914

THEW ^ HOUSEWIFE Conducted by LOUISE LOVETTE The war goes on and no end is yet in sight . But the effects of it are already being foreshadowed by reports from the business , charitable and other departments of our own nation s activity . These effects are likely to reach the housewives and the rural housewife as much as her sister in the city . A growing scarcity of dye stuffs is already felt , and it is predicted that before a year is out we may all be wearing white or uncolored garments . Garments are not the only fabrics and articles that may wear a bleached and faded look . Rugs and all manner of household furnishings will be quite sure to share this fate . Foodstuffs will be hi _ . li . for in spite of the immense crops , there is such a demand for wheat and other staples from European countries at war , whose own harvest fields were either forced to lie rotting on account of lack of harvest hands , or else lie trampled under the feet of countless desperately fighting soldiers ...

Publication Title: Better Farming
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 October 1914

jj [New York Styles vf M MMI I AstonUUag Value Wonderful fpr $ 2 . 98 ! IDRUIH ^ l flKnHHiUBHJA « t 79 c _ l ___ I S / 0 __?^ r i _ t ° I _ t _ HN ______ i _ H __ _ Hf ^_ B 4 E _ RTOEBUSYBEE--NMt _ o _ a . draaa SSTStttaeltrni * 13 * 1 . Of fl _____ M ___ TX WHMlV A at a cood quelle , strips * Oiashaai . _^?____*&*!{_? £ _!_ £ SK ________________ ¦ _ -s }_________ t / I Aaaaarthandla solid color Chan . J ____ T 3 ___ 3 «_ T % ra ! Si ? a _ H ____ H __________ l ¦ U ________ H _ l / near to B » teb and piped In -blu . blSSffiS _ £ VSj . Z { pte . _ fJ _ H __^__ i ¦ _ W ______ Hlr enehelee th . moderately law awk a ^ . eo _ ar « rbgitteiis . jwea-- />____ ¦ _______ ¦ ¦ \ J _ i _ H __ U end eeoll-ues . yoke lea * t _ . Th . 3 _?^_ L _? S < ?*__ L * 1 £ _ £ : //_____________¦ ¦ MlHBA auffs aedb . lt an alee ei the solid s __ J _ rtd {_ f _;_ . K __ T _ 2 W _____________¦¦ l-MHA sslerChasskte .. -Wsssedewata . fSSS >_ . T 3 S _ ir __ Sfc biS ^...

Publication Title: Better Farming
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Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 October 1914

fl __ H _ l _^_^_ Si ____^___ s * 3 A Folding Pocket KODAK A Pocket Camera —so simple tbat the beginner can make good pictures with it from the very start , even to the developing and printing . Capabilities that appeal to those who know photography in every detail . Made oi aluminum , covered with fine seal grain leather . Has a superior rapid rectilinear lens and Kodak Ball Bearing shutter with automatic speed of _ - _ s , 1-50 and t-ios of a second—also the bulb and time exposure action . Has reversible brilliant finder , two tripod sockets , rising ; and sliding front , automatic lock . Uses Kodak film cartridges , ( can also be fitted for plates ) , loading In daylight for sis or ten exposures . Is right in every detail of construction and finish . Pictures postcard siae ( 3 jf x 0 % ) . Price J » . oo . KODAKS $ 6 . 00 and up . Ask your dealer , or write us for Kodak eatalooMe . EA 8 TMAN KODAK CO ., 449 State Street , ROCHESTIR , N . Y . Get the Wholesaler s Catalog / ^ jpgfr...

Publication Title: Better Farming
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Page 19 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 October 1914

^ frrMaflor fflllra • spree * chargea ^ VMmnBJRlViSl lTl inilrailiUl ***••* * l I * to Ik * u . s . ^^ BiUU _ J __ uJfiB ^ Art * , guide to lower clothes costs , better , newei ^* AT Clothes and genuine clothes satisfaction . And . ^ W AT Madam , only at the Standard can you get the biggest , ^ k / fullest possible measure of value . The Standard watches % # for unusual offers and in a few days rushes to you , through the % A Bi-monthly Bargain Bulletins , these latest bargain and fashion m A offers . Compare this wonderful bargain service with that of the huge , A twice-a-year catalogs of other houses . Compare our timely , up-to-the-minute I styles adopted and shown to you as soon as they appear—compare them with I those of other concerns whose big catalogs take months to print and I who therefore must guess at their styles months in advance . And then the Standard Bargain Bulletins cost but a penny to mail as compared m with the immense costs of expensively prepared , expensively...

Publication Title: Better Farming
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 October 1914

THIS PONYFREE I ^___ = _ = __ = __ == __ = ___ = _ = _ = _ =. ^ ---=: ^ . ^ = WE WILL GIVE YOU OR SOME- ^ - ^^ = ^ = 5 == ^ = ^ === s = a ^ j OTHER BOY OR GIRL THIS I «« MmTPfllP > 1 PONY WITH COMPLETE OUTFIT THE OUTFIT BUTTERCUP _» ALONQWIUI Batter- _^ L fl Slip TTOIODrt ItlODll smtTTTEBOTP Is a _ m . —MA est and most complete O bwMMUsAand gg _ mmr Rmycmttt tbat you ever white spotted Shetiand Mm ggE sew : A stylish four wheel . Pony with tong BOry gg ^_ W ed _ pooy bunr—strong msae and tell . Shell _^ k « r and easy rain * , ( lust aboot • years old . standi _ . * . ____ A __ p |_ ii _ Uke the one tntbe nlct- «_ tooheshliban _ wel | hi _^^_ H «« * ButteTCUpr * mWfWAmW ^ t ore ) a SnitaMae black ¦ nmnd SMI pounds . We t ^_^ m ^ m ^ m . aaaojw • aww sr ____^_ Q _ 8 f ____ i nickel trimmed barons have already given away _^^^^^^ _ M « 1 _ N ____?__ I aad a handmade saddle 338 ponies , to boys an . m ^^^^^ M __ K &_ M-HG _ r and Indian horsehslr brlil _ l w ^/ St...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Oh My ! that Pumpkin Pie ! [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 November 1914

Oh My ! that Pumpkin Pie ! Mother raised it Father praised it . We . called for more , with clamorous cry . We still remember , each chill November The squash and pumkins heaped up high . There s no use living , there s no Thanksgiving Without that toothsome , juiee-th-some , soothe-some , Without that gum sum , yum-sum , serum-sum , Oh it was surely some , some Pumpkin Pie !

Publication Title: Better Farming
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 November 1914

I have put to the bank One 7 % o «*« ftrf DmUmrs whhh will b * given as a Gran 4 Prfxa to that ed > aoriher to UTTER FARMING who wiU- > aa « l m between ww awl MAY FIRST , tha best answer to thk qttestfen . How Can IUse $ 1000 to th * Best Advantage For the Improvement of Form This extraordinary otter , ( the mate * over made for sa sgriathtttsl paper ) Is designed to Mt tuft a trillion farm hornet a ___ ne with this Iwrniiig miestion . It fi do more calculating snd thrifty in the we oi thwr golden re * oerc *» resources which are M yet vastly uaeraployed . Hilt offer It designed to promt * farm efficiency , net only throng- the addition of better machinery , and better live sleek , kit through the improvement of th * toil Htelf , the fanner * basic asset , by enrichment , restoration and reclaiming , with draimMfmltoerirrigationetcput by better fannersI do not merely more tuccettlul farmer * I hop * that the , , , . . mean . Itmmmll whteh i * to eealtt ma ( a ...

Publication Title: Better Farming
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 November 1914

TERMS nattsr Farsalng Is published sjostlity uS ^ Teeaer-uh scrop-ou . cara lor th . ^ , M sad tstsieat of the tuner sad all famllyasksarlpttow as coats a year . Flva , _ , „ subecripdoa . flAO . aMBlMMsaaas Bead asoacy la the way most safe aad coavaaleati address Better __ rala » > 4 sW . OBloSi .. l Chkago . a , as « alai Sabscrlbeis should se—nr « rnaDDtry on the eaplraUofi or their sab * Sio . If they wsot Better ratalma coct-ued . OBaaas st Mdreeei Subscribers de . striae chsage of address should sire old aa well u sew address . Please writs pastel-. ADVERTISING Copy fee edvastlseinestt must be received before the aoth of the precedlme month . Rate Istt . se pes agate line . Bight words to the floe . Fourteen Hues to the lach . Width of columns aX laches , length of colonel reK laches . J * djseoaat fee cash with Ofdrr . Three rises Is ssullast space accepted .

Publication Title: Better Farming
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This Month [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 November 1914

This Month Be thankful ! » * * Do your Christmas shopping now . * * ? Take more farm papers and ask tor more station bulletins . * * » Follow the war and the markets . Don t get the idea that the war does not concern you ; it does . * * * Have a Made in America Thanksgiving dinner as near as possible . This should be comparatively easy on the farm , excepting South American coffee , of course . * » * Ask the boy at the agricultural college to help plan the crop system for next year . Make him think that he is wanted on the home farm and that his ideas are worth something already , even though he is only a freshman . * * * Get all the machinery under cover . Take off the ropes and canvasses and store them in the attic , or -ome place where mice , rats and weather will not destroy them . There is no law compelling you to pay a tax to the machine manufacturers . * * * Eat lots of apples all winter . Eat an apple a day and keep the doctor away , is an old saying , but it is « uund logic...

Publication Title: Better Farming
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 November 1914

ooRADvnnswGroucY No advertisement It printed In Better Farming at any price except lt comes from a man or firm of known Integrity . We exerolse all possible precaution for tbe protection ot onr subscribers , and we allow no advertiser to offer onr readers something ; that wo would not willingly buy and willingly try It we stood ln similar need ot tbat which Is offered . In answering advertisements subscribers may refer to Batter Farm * Inc . By so doing they will be assured the best of treatment , tor advertisers know they can only use our paper on condition that every promise they make la l-ltbraUy folltUled . Every advertisement In these columns has tbe endorsement of Better Farming behind It . Mo • windier has money enoogb to buy space in this paper . ar Mention Better Farming therefore when answering advertlsmenu .

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Put Up the Sword [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 November 1914

Put Up the Sword • Put up the sword , th . Voice of Christ once more Speaks in the pauses of the cannon s roar O er fields of grain by fiery sickles reaped . And left dry ashes . Oer trenches heaped With nameless dead . O er cities starving slow Under rain of fire ; through wards of woe Down which a wailing diapason runs . From tortured brothers , husbands , lovers , sons , Of desolate women in their far-off homes , IVaiting to hear the step which never comes . Oh , nien and brothers ! Let that Voice be heardWar fails , try Peace ! Put up the useless sword . \ 7 * tS * JM Dont Don t speak impatiently to children . Don t go where you would not be willing to die . Don t look where you know it isn t safe to walk . Don t go to sleep until you can forgive everybody . Don t give advice to others that you are not willing to follow . Don t get so far away from home that you have to leave your religion behind you . Don t do anything today that you Wouldn t want to be found doing on the Judgm...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Let Us Be Thankful [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 November 1914

Let Us Be Thankful ANOTHER DAY of thanksgiving is here ! Let us pause in the midst of our corn husking , cattle and hog feeding , preparations for wintering families and stock and see what we have to be thankful for . It has been a great many years since the little bands of Puritans held the first Thanksgiving on the bleak shores of New England . Perhaps the day has lost much of its religious fervor . We have dropped into the habit of taking the day for granted in our haste to get the corn all husked before each Thanksgiving . We haven t fallen into the habit of missing enough pleasures , or even essentials like meals and homes , to appreciate the day . It has become rather more of a harvest holiday , a day of feasting , than a day for offering up thanks for what has fallen to us during the course of the year . Perhaps our ways , of hustling , rather than praying for what we Americans want is characteristic and gets results . Certain it is that we have been so uniformly prosperous a...

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