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Page 31 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907

^\ P ^» Simpson-Eddystone JH & . ^ m . Solid Blacks 51 I The prints of quality . jL ^^^ Wm ^ , Absolutely last , intense black |^ > 2 | ra | Ik ^ fm that keeps its good appear- V ^ K Jw VaW ance j and fabrics that give ^ sj A si your dealer for Simpson- Mf . Wm \ sKlilYVITftTUI * Eddyslone Solid Blacks . IlmOLwk L / UU I O X V / IX . W Three generations of Simpson ! tw l \ 1 ** DDINTC have made Simpson Prints . * * ¥ J Sv » t * Kl ! N 1 O The Eddyitone MfgiXo . ( Sole Makeri ) Philadelphia . Send for Agents Cash Prize Offers IMONEY 1 JFORYOUL We want agents , to represent The Ohio Farmer , at every postoffice , where we are not now represented . The work Is not hard ; can be done by any one during spare time or In connection with other work , does not require any previous experience , nor the Investment of any money . Young or Old can do equally as well , and youpg folks often get the best results . Any one who will give It the same attention required to succe...

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Page 32 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907

r 1 NORTH WISCONSIN CALLS YOU LISTEN ! IT IS THE , VOICE OF OPPORTUNITY . READ THIS I nnlf RafL l 0 l , 1 ° llnl 0 when Soutliorn Wisconsin , Mlnnesotn . nnd other nowthloklt aniiimi 1 . 1 .. 1 , , „ . i ^ na £ ZZJT , 03 CK farmimt districts sold for * to » I 6 per aero . Why did tho . o land values ? s . » o m , k-kll-to m mmalam » 100 and more , por acre ! Bocanso the buyers who pay tho tlou know that tho laud can produce MirVtii ? n . <«> ih « rtr . ..: ¦ \ money invested . Jnst llgnre out , then , how much more money por dollar invested , tho first man on ? .. 1 ,,,,, 1 ., ,. „ i . i mHo . ... waWTT ^ Z 1 i ijt * 5 por l - r 0 r lh 0 sm ll 1 s > nothing of his proulou tho land itself , when he sold It . y iiggMjIljmAm W ^ L m ^ mmmW —\ NOW Thfitl ! I 1 ™ f n ! S 1 1 1 ™ ?? ^ ?• , Bocanso . until very recently , Northern WisV /* T ¦«¦¦¦ cousin was hold hy large timber companies , who refined to sell except ln Urea tract . Wn recognized unproductiv...

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Page 32 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907

Dont buy a < 5 ^ f ^^^^ r ^ p ^ Manure ^ R ^ i \ J 11 | L Spreader IPflw . «^ —without seeing it- ^ ^^ LJ ^ r « a ^^^^ And after you have seen it , inquire into its record . Ask some practical man who has used 0 O 0 what he thinks ol it . Ask him—How long he has used it?—What it has cost him for repairs?—Whether it is easily operated ? The Success Manure Spreader is the result of 28 years experience in Apron on three scries ol stationary making spreaders , during which time rollers . No chance to bind , every new device has been tested and Harpoon teeth on beater . ( New feathose of merit adopted . ture . ) Keep beater ends clean . There s nothing startling about the Apron returns in driving 65 leet Success , —just plain proven worth all the after load is off . way through . Spreadino Mechanism absolutely These points of construction indicate locks in or out of gear . No racing of its genuineness : Apron in going up or down hill . Largest ol axles , we ve tried smaller Ou...

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Page 32 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 March 1907

/ ALL AT ONGEN I Plant and fertilize as you go . Corn , peas , I beans , beets , etc ., planted and fertilizer deI posited , in hills or drills , all at one passage . • with the Eclipse Corn Planter and Fertilizer Distributer . Improved row marker . Wide range for hill spacing , 0 to 45 Inches . Handles any kind fertilizer , in any condition , 60 to 450 lbs . per acre . Wo make a special gear which HOWS 600 lbs . per acre . Pluata all seeds accurately . Light draft , easily handled , quick and positive adjustments . W « also make the Ecllpsa Two Horso Two How Planior . Oood terms tw agents wlioro not introduced . Write us . BELCHER A TAYLOR A . T . CO ., Box 200 Chlcopae Falls , Maaa . Make Plowing Easy This truck will fit any beam , ml V LW right or left , one or two horse , m ml jkAW wood or steel plow , A boy enn \ Wf WW / handle it with ease , most of tbo ^^ b aaammwwv time without bis hand on the ]^ ama ^ m ^^^ m ^ plow . Resulatcs perfectly depth and width of furrow . Will bal...

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The Dairy Product- [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

The Dairy Product- By EDGAR L . VINCENT . Broome Co ., N . Y . JT How Shall We Market It ? SpecialArticleNo. ) On account of their physical and geographical formation , as well as by reason of their proximity to some of the largest centers of population , the group of states lying east of the Mississippi and north of the Ohio river might well be termed the dairyman s ideal home . Naturally these states are diversified by hills and valleys , mountains and uplands . These elevations of land , with their corresponding low lands lying between , were once covered with timber , which has now given way to the demands of civilization for lumber , so that now where once grew great forests , splendid grazing and meadow lands present themselves . To these advantages we may add another—that these states are all well watered by living springs and running streams , an essential where milk is to be produced . When to the peculiar advantages just enumerated we combine a climate exceedingly well ada...

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EXPERIMENT FARM NOTES . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

EXPERIMENT FARM NOTES . Maple Queries ; Syrup Labels . —I have a good many inquiries how to make the labels stick permanently to syrup cans . I use boiled or cooked paste , made from common wheat flour—just such paste as paper hangers use . Rye flour is still better . The paste is made as thick as thick cream , applied with flat paint brush to the back of the labels and not to the cans , the labels put on the cans smooth and left to dry . When thoroughly dried , if the paper is of fair quality , the labels can hardly be scraped or soaked off . We have absolutely no trouble unless we pack the cans in shipping boxes before the labels are dry . Then they may slip or peel some by rubbing in sliding down into the box before they are dry . Canning Syrup . —I am asked whether we can the syrup cold or hot . We can it cold , preferring to have it about 50 degrees when canned , so that it will expand with warmer weather and keep the cans absolutely full . We fill them full in canning , liftin...

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THE FANNING MILL ON THE FARM . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

THE FANNING MILL ON THE FARM . Until late years it has been thought that labor alone was essential to good farming . At the present time , however , people are awakening to the fact that to be a successful farmer requires more ability and better judgment than any other business or profession . It Is true that any one can farm . It Is equally true that any one can speculate in stocks . But the same success attends the novice in both cases . A very important factor in successful farming lies in sowing nothing but good , large , heavy seed . The kernels being all of a uniform size allows the crop to ripen evenly , thereby doing away with nearly all the light grain . When selling or feeding , the farmer wants the weight , not the bulk . Out of all the small and split seed that is sown , very little grows . Some small kernels may grow , but they bring forth only a small delicate stock , with a correspondingly small head , and as their more robust companions start out in life under more f...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

Kj|jLodgeButtonH ^^^^ H I only a small assortment of I In each and every pair of | ^ 5 OVERALLS and JACKETS Bfts ^^ jgflj I are the boat 50 c overalls and Jackets in the United B ^^^^ SI I States : First , because we ¦ K ^^ JgSjiSjB make nothing else : Second I HHWli -ll weputintotliemak-ing the LB Jrafiwr ! 0 m mon ° y saved by not havRf < 5 r 5 Sg 9-ajB Inn salesmen , and yon are I better , and look nicer than mW * . n iKM any other 50-cent overalls . Wm * jmi ( - S I Ask yonT dealer for ¦ E ^ f an them . If he cannot supMf- *< # » Isi Ply you with the ( . rood-AU-fBi * 77 ^ s S ML Over kind , we will send ¦ L ^ jJ ^ H yoU nH » sample only , one MUfjUJIfl I pair of overalls or one jacket for 50 c , or both for P \ y e * . » ~ Let us know the lodge W » Jfo . A » button you want and we I ^ UBr II w sen d > t without waitHe . gSJr JM ing for the card . mfk- il jjfflB Our overalls for boys at KfcBlitiM » jH | I 25 to 50 cents are just as good as the me...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

r ^ BK ^ SARDEN ^ TheyeftrofimwMonoofproriigRlpIentTonoarJ ^ -. « w * l rami * . > ever beloni dioVcKe- jAM ^ kmt-mtmi tnMe and farm seeds return snch mmW 9 k AV p VV ^ vr enormous yields . ^* ffl | ^<* 1 Now wo wlnhioicMnfl 00 J ) 00 n « w ^ B mmVtr A customer * thlnyearaiidhtiicooller TS KS-3 for i ^ c 4 » o 3 tpaia ^^ TO ^ b . /^ * P *« -Garden City B *« l ••SO * 4 H r ^ V ^ tf ^ X ** E » r , lr , t W P Cnbbaiw •10 a Kgfl Jv ^^ rV J F . nr . t KmirnMCuenmher 15 o j jH L T 1 I 1 M 13 Uaj KadUI . - . T 10 a fflli III * ** IlooJ Tomato •- if * ^ t % m / 1 lal II oner feed ! - . . . . is „ 4 LQE L AUforWcpOBlpaldlnorUertoin tro- i 1 A duce our worroiiUd seeds , nmUf you MB mk will send ICu wo will add ono parka j { o / Jr of Utrllnrr Karlieat Cauliflower , to- / wc QB gcther with our mammoth plant , QDEj nursery stock , vepetablo and farm ^^ H seed and tool catalop . m t m m PH « Hx- . . Tms cataloRis mailed free to nil mm M Bf ^^ ^^ JuwndliigpurcuaBerts . Wrlte...

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FRUIT TREES . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

FRUIT TREES . If you wish the BEST at reasonable prices , write Calls Nurseries , Perry , O ., for Price List . A Real Cure at Last . There are undoubtedly several remedies on the market , that will cure scoura and thumps In hogs in most cases . There is only one remedy , however , thai will cure practically every time , and that if Anti-Scour , mfd . by Agricultural Remedy Co .. Topeka . Kan . Write them for a free .-opy of their booklet , which contains testimonials from agricultural colleges and leading breeders of this country , who rarely give testimonials to any one .

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TOBACCO GROWING AND CURING . NO . 1 . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

TOBACCO GROWING AND CURING . NO . 1 . ( This series of articles , prepared at our request by a successful grower in Montgomery county , will be published , each section a short time bebefore the wprk it describes is due to be done . —The Editors . ) In treating . this subject I shall confine myself to the experience gained in the raising of tobacco in this vicinity , ( Montgomery , Preble and adjacent counties ) , beginning with the seed bed and closing with packing . Varieties . —Zimmer Spanish has for years been the -leading type of tobacco in this and adjoining -counties and is peculiarly adapted to the soil and climate . Dutch is raised to a very limited extent . Seed Leaf has been gaining ground rapidly of late years because of the good price realized and because the yield per acre is nearly double that of Spanish . Spanish is better adapted to clay soil while Seed Leaf does best on rich , black loam . Seed or Plant Bed . —The work of preparing the seed bed should begin as soon...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

^ mBB ^ THE ONLY PERFECTPREPARED /( OOE / A / ff / J - X v - > 89* ** % iliuBLuAluUiliiii ^ ttuI R •giiluugn1 3 ft mf 99 % u rtr m w 9 f ^ mw ^ W \ r ^^ mJmr mfm WW 99 lm W \ W ^ k ^ 9 ENDQNEJ fr Remember the name RUBEROID ^ It is the pioneer weather proof , elastic and fire-resisting roofing . RfllPlNJrrMT nCT Ruberoid Roofs laid sixteen years ago are slit in good condition . KlNjalJ | kj 3 A smooth , neat appearing roofing that does not crack , melt or rot . Contains no paper or tar . Requires no painting when applying and costs little or nothing I to keep in repair . Suitable for all buildings in all climates . IJgJ sSIISSCjSl Write for prices and samples . jNciyiSi ^ THE STANDARD PAINT COMPANY ^ taM ^ H GENERAL OFFICES : 100 WILLIAM STREET , NEW YORK BRANCHES : I CHICAGO CINCINNATI 8 T . LOUIS PHILADELPHIA KANSAS CITT BOSTON ATLANTA ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ . k | WsjSBBBJBMpjajpjBBB | HBBBBBH ¦¦ BSSSSsV ^ lSS ^^ BSl IBS ^^ Lw- *^ MOSTWONDERFULVEHICLEBOOKSFREE- £ fe « f \ 95 AND II...

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AVERY'S ROLLER GATE . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

AVERYS ROLLER GATE . In some localities the slide gate Is the most common style of farm gate . A heavy gate of this kind requires strong effort to slide It open . I overcome this defect on my farm gates by using rollers as shown in sketch . Pig . 1 . Most of them are made from chain pulleys off old binders . To rear gate post ( A , Fig . 1 ) is nailed one end of short cross block , 2 in . thick , ( B , Fig . 1 ) at right angle to gate when closed . The reverse side of B is nailed to a lighter post C , with space between for gate . In the center of block B is bored a perpendicular hole in which stem H ( Fig . 2 ) fits loosely . Pully support D is of % xH 4 or 1 , 4-inch iron , bent as shown in Fig . 2 . The % -inch round stem H is solidly rivited in place . Pulley is attached by bolt E ( with washer ) and tube axle F . Three-eighths-inch pipe will make axles for most binder pulleys for this purpose . —C . Avery , Steuben Co ., Ind .

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RAPE AS A CATCH CROP . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

RAPE AS A CATCH CROP . C . F . R .. Tiffin . O ., asks if rape can be sown among the growing wheat , the latter part of May , or when the wheat is about two feet high , with any prospect of success . He wants to use it for pasture for sheep after harvest , along with the clover seeding . I have never tried it but I know very well that it would do no good . Rape is a rank , strong growing plant and positively must have moisture and the seeds must be buried to secure germination . With wheat and clover already occupying the . ground rape would stand a mighty poor show . Lying on top of the ground , few of the seeds would sprout at all , and those that did would perish for lack of moisture and loose earth in which to strike root . In 1895 I sowed rape in a Held of 16 acres of standing corn , and followed the sowing right up with the cultivator . A heavy shower caught me with a strip two rods wide uncultivated . Those two rods failed completely . I believe John Gould has , for several y...

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DISCRIMINATION IN APPLICA -TION OF FERTILIZERS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

DISCRIMINATION IN APPLICATION OF FERTILIZERS . A dealer in commercial fertilizers remarked to me a few days ago , that it was an astonishing fact that a large percentage of his customers bought fertilizers without regard to the crops to which they were applied . Early in spring , when the ground is in course of preparation for the oat crop , the majority of farmers make their purchases of fertilizers for the season , and by far the greater number make no discrimination in regard to the special needs of the crops they desire to grow . A favorite brand has the following analysis : Nitrogen , 1 to 2 percent ; available phosphoric acid , 10 to 12 percent ; actual potash , 2 to 3 percent . There is but little or no excuse for such lack of judgment . Both United States and State Agricultural Departments have repeatedly made public , through bulletins which may be had for the asking , the chemical analysis of each farm and garden crop , and made statements as to the especial plant foods re...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

Wl if the soil is not in prime condition . A poor , meagre soil may cause § | jj | the loss of a large share of your season s work , when a little fore- » ffifl sight in the beginning may mean a two- or even three-fold crop . jot i Many farmers make the mistake of relying entirely on barnyard fflj I manure to re-invigorate the soil , season after season . Barnyard ma- , /\ l nure is all right and should be used , but in connection ym with it there should be used a liberal quantity of our ^ H » M » % 1OHIOFARMERSFERTILIZERH^- / W There are a large number of brands , each suited to a JVV ^ X 1 | particular soil or crop . They are all carefully compound- / I I / II ed after formulas furnished by the experts in our own 1 / / |/ // Laboratory . This Department is at the service of every Iff Y II _ ,,. __ one interested in Soil Fertility . ^ Ii 8 t § $ 0 g-M II e ^^ CDCC ^ 8 pocket memorandum /^ %$ & £ & 0 ^ j * M ^ ij & . Jf f K I book containing valua...

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