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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 October 1908

PLEASE MENTION FARM PRESS WHEN WRITING TO ADVERTISERS .

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 October 1908

11 r ^^ __!_______ ^ v Where yon want it— ^^^\\\\\\\\\\\\\ t llillt * *^ ° <*_ When y ° u wan il— ^ lll I | Bt ^? v ???^ N ° sraokc—no smell-no trouble . ^ % U I Wr ** ** 55 ^^ Often you want heat in a hurry ^ Wllll / F > m *** s fA-y- - ~ yi . in some room in tHe house the fur- ^ W it 1 \ nace ^ 0 es nof reac ^ ^ ts so eas yto M ) W ***** pick up and carry a W I PERFECTION Oil Heater 1 I ( Equipped with Smokeless Device ) I » to the room you want to heat—suitable ior any room in the k \ \ M jk house . It has a real smokeless device absolutely preventing \ lim . Sm ° k e ° f sme ^~ , urn ^ e wi ^ as high as you can or JR )| Inhk as ow as y ° u » ke—brass iont holds 4 quarts o { oil MjUJ \\\\\\\\ m . ^ 9 ivES 0 ut Rowing heat lor 9 hours . Fin- f = wf ((([( \\\\\\\\\\ Wk ished in japan and nickel—an ornament _ J _ J ^\ uUU jlllllllllllllm ^ anywhere . Every heater warranted , y * * ^> U |))| I Thc J ^> Lamp j gj 111 ill ^__^ *^ _ . _______^...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
m ^^^ mm ^^^ v ^^ mmm .: - , S " YOUNG FARM FOLK sp [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 October 1908

m ^^^ mm ^^^ v ^^ mmm .: - , S YOUNG FARM FOLK sp CHILDRENS LETTERS And now we come to October s ibright blue weather , one of the very best of twelve good months . Have you noticed the rich coloring of trees and ning into the room the dc notice of them . After thev ? Uo across the room Dorothv ., , w lkc d the floor and Trixie stood i ; v 0 , t her , wagging his tail as if i „ . Hg ; it pleased ^ with his new p ur , ji , ; ,: i . well Tnxie : s a very good teacho , ! n 0 r prices are very moderate . C h * think _ a bone a lesson is too , li 011 ¦ Mice May Wag , i er C , i flowers ? And have you kept an eye on the birds ? Some of them will be going south now and you can easily learn which are the early migrators and which linger on until winter s cold drives them away . Then there are the nutting days . Is anything more fun than a nutting party . The busy squirrels will be nutting as well as the boys and girls , and it will give you a good chance to get acquainted with some of the l...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 October 1908

ORGAN HiniM —[ .--Music Lessor * | lljHHM | Ri Ton can now buy the fa- . fl ^ HHkBflQBjHslBV moUB Kimball Organs dl- ^ ¦¦ ¦ ¦ ^ rect from the maters at ... _ ,, « factory price .. Wewllleend themto reliable people anywhere , to be paid for on our extremely ess ! payment plan- $ U . OO monthly and upward * , HoeOperating the largest organ faotory In tnewrld . employing the largeytoapital , buying raw » a « riai In tie greatest quantity for cash—the Kimball eyetom of manufootnrlng and distributing navel you $ 20 to $ 60 on strictty first-class organs . If you want an organ at all , you want a goodI onei a mere pretty case with no music In It will not co . Secure at once the old , reliable Kimball Organ at Faotory Prices , and pay on convenient terms , ana along with it will be Bent free our new dlagra ™ system ojt Self-Instruction- in Music , with which a _ iy person can at at once play-the organ andall the chords and accompaniments for singing , etc .. wrenout previous knowLcaXj- ot ...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 October 1908

^ J ^^ rn WLow FariK Wo « t ^^^^^^^ / kill ? rdies 11851 mYr ^^^ V ^ mUV ^ 8 ^^!/ / $ 9 ^ 5 for the round tri P from Chicago « t § Nil ^ - - £ »\ // .. ^** t 0 Lemmon , S . D ., Hettinger , 11 n ^/ ffi \? lAl \ // I }™ . ™?? and Marmath , N . D ., and Mil- \ WP ^ W // » m _ Y ____!^__ r s ^_^^^\ / / $ ^ ft for tlie ro und trip from Chicago I mj ^^^ - ^^^^^ l II w \ # to Musselshell , Roundup , La1 «|^^ == ^ jV | \ // vina , Harlowton , Moore and Lewistown , ^ i ^^^^ S ^ mmVa October 6 and 20 , and r ^ ^^^^^^ lra ^ Movember 3 and 17 HC ^^ CO ^^ fe ^\ Low Fares from Other Points VfrrS /^ ____ n _ r \ 0 . \ l ^ -- -3 . \ Tickets good to return any time within \ \? - ^ # /^^ f >^ i _!^ A \ 21 da > rs- I mW ft / FiJL ___ ^ ! *> *^^ r s 7 A splendid chance to investigate a new m \ V-x- _ »^ _ f L /^^ aisM ^ 1 < 4 ^ oji- , / 7 and promising territory at small cost . mW M \^ M ^ ym ty ^ L II Books , describing in detail the new WW ^ L ^^^ \ v ^^ t...

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

JTFAR ^^ AND INVESTMENTS ] A LIST OF EXTRAORDINARY INTEREST— WRITE ? I POINT THE WAY To SUCCESS to ANYONE who will ^ - ^ follow my . course . I have gown f 0 A Farmers . Laborers , School T _ toch- MV ere , Dressmakers and thousands Lfc J \ line and write today for the ^ Aa \ Wa \ Waaamaaar ticulars and FREE samples WSl ^ mmaW ___¦ SAYMAN , 2406 Franklin Ave ., St . Louis , Mo . CHEAP LANDS In Colorado . Texas and New Mexlca pip K 1 ¥ ? Handsomely illustrated books » WJ let , maps , crop reports , and other valuable ^ information . Write COLORADO SECURITIES CORPORATION . 606-7 KlMredie Bldrf .. Denver . Colorado . A BARGAIN IF TAKEN SOON Several choice river bottom farms , mostly sub-irrigated land , especially adapted to corn and alfalfa ; can raise hogs like weeds . Cholera unknown to this country ; water excellent and climate delightful ; people never die here except from old age ; snow never falls ; summer cool ; a quilt is needed to keep warm at night ; schools good , churches ...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
"WELFARE WORK" BY THE HARVESTER COMPANY [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 October 1908

WELFARE WORK BY THE HARVESTER COMPANY ( Excerpts from an article in Harper s Weekly by John Kimberly Mumford . ) The nerve center of whatever has to do with welfare work at the McCormick plant of the International Harvester Company is the club house . It stands in Blue Island avenue , a long and rather cheerless street that bisects the southwest industrial section . The building is an attractive structure of brick with high iron palings , and with greensward and tennis courts in the rear of it . I made several visits to the little office where Director Price sits keeping watch of everything that pertains to the welfare of the workers in the McCormick plant . There are not many idle minutes in his day . The threads that run all through the establishment , from the wheel shop on the north to the foundry and finishing shop on the south , have their ends in the telephone on his desk , and it is interesting to see , as bearing out . what I have taken to be the companys spirit , how perfe...

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

GOOD BUTTER . But __ . small part of the butter sold in the market is what is termed giltedge , yet the makers of this fancy article are those who reap the profit And the secret of their success is cleanliness . Perfume manufacturers realize the importance of fat as an absorbent of odors . In fact , there is no substitute for it . Attar of roses is simply fat saturated with the perfume of roses . This collecting of odors is precisely what many of our butter makers are actually doing * today . A little filth gets into the milk ; the fatty part ( of the cream ) gathers the odor and holds it ; but this is not all ; butter made from this cream may be contaminated so little as to leave the makers hands apparently sweet , but the seed is there , and sown in good soil . The germs of the filth multiply and by the time the butter is offered for sale , the taint has so increased as to force its sa e at cost , or perhaps less , with very little satisfaction for anyone concerned , it is the mon...

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

A STAMPEDE FOR NEW HOMES Butte valley is as level as a floor—and the soil is no less wonderful than the scenery . It is volcanic sediment from three to nine feet deep—black as the ace of spades—and so rich that it has already surprised the world with 27-pound cabbages , 8-pound potatoes , apples measurtngMS inches in circumference , pears that have- never been ( surpassed in size , shape or flavor , and enormous yields of grain , timothy , clover and alfalfa . There is not a stonp in the whole valley big enough to throw at a . thicken . . .,. _ . _ . t News of the wonderful advantages ot Butte Valley has spread with remarkable rapidity . The railroad builders are being closely followed by the home builders . , _ , _ • Approximately one-third of Butte Valley land has already been settled upon . This leaves only 22 , 500 acres . By the time you read this the fall excursions will be bringing in hundreds of eager landseekers , most of whom will undoubtedly buy Butte Valley farms . The r...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
NEW RAILROAD INTO HEART OF THE PEACH TREE LAW " [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 October 1908

NEW RAILROAD INTO HEART OF THE PEACH TREE LAW Contracts for the construction V ; new Ludington and Grand Rap ld * road have been let , and work begunThis line parses straight throug h HC » peria , the Heart of the Peach iric Land , the wonderful fruit belt of Mien igan , exploited by C . F . Opdyke m ° « r For Sale Columns .

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

FREE FOR THE ASKING Several books pertaining to i ^ - ^ . Northwest , its lands , riches , ana sp did opportunities , will be sent to J postpaid , and free for the , ask ng ^ n > . if you will mention Farm Pr % s c , 1 R cr dress F . A . Miller , General ^ V Agent , Chicago , . Milwaukees an Paul Railway , Chicago , 111 . l »« ,, K . are free and place you under no gallons whatsoever . —The Editor .

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

., __ , know something in regard to ^ oinf ? home-making , bringing ^ ifdren , sewing or anything else * n . i think the readers of this page tbat i 3 f like to know write us about it . * ott _« i irood ideas and if the writing W _ W nlng i not of the best it will . fno difference if there is some- ® . anoA in the article . Also if you ffaKSSVStfas 1 *^ ss ° ^ % _ ____ a w _ T hive a little time I will tell the r _ . Press sisters how I put up cuFa hPr oickles . I wash them in cold ? £ . nd slice the larger ones . The wat l ones I leave whole . I put the Sles in cans and pour over them the ? Sne preparation boiling hot : For 2 g ilon of vinegar I use two tableLW . of salt , a lump of alum and spoons 0 I n of mustafd seed . Add flittie water to the vinegar if it is too St Amf I would like to add that ExJ . ence joined with common sense to ™ _*_ i . is a Providence .. mortals is MfS | Jafie johnsoni Mn ( j even for the sour pickles I like ) fl add just a little sugar , about two ables...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Woman ' s Watchword fs Modesty . sense [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 October 1908

Woman s Watchword fs Modesty . sense 1 ^^^ delicate of modesty- M * hi ™ *«• or Jans to t * * PermitS dise ^ of «* deli <* te womanly to the 0 iT m f eagg , i aVated bCCaUSe •** ^ ot bring herself to submit **^^ 7 r ? ea at qUeStionin ^ tensive examinations , and £ KtSiT ? £ , * bidl most physidans think necessary - pSce soflS 7 , 6 W ° men Wh ° have take « ^ vantage of Dr . escaS if ff f , C ° nSultation ^ le « er W been led to do so by the escape thus offered from a treatment repugnant to modesty . Any sick woman may write to Dr . R . V . Pierce , Buffalo , N . Y ., in perfect bPw erce l ^ U letter 8 of cosiXtton being treated as strictly private and sacredl y confidential , anli P all answers rjemg sent in plain envelopes with no advertising or other printing upon them . « , wu COnsultatlon costs y ° u nothing whether you take treatment from Dr Pierce or not . Dr . Pierces Favorite Prescription has been long hailed as a God-send to women . It makes weak women strong an...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 October 1908

NEWEST BKgg SKIKTS fl H NO AeWm . HERE THEY ABE JUST AS THE PICTURE SHOWS THEM . ¦ # Z 7 _> 4 _ t 2 S AWmk The very Ulwt « 11 wool chiffon Panama Skirt . In tbe * Q , ° C < ° 1 ° m S 7 W 4 *» MKagl lle-lt models that tho fashion leaders have aDprovedI lor tall wear t _ t IS ____ Mt _ fflcHO ^ -.. 0 ^* * ** ___ fM _ a __ E _ ss _ > _>_>_ i _> _> R Skirl la slatted all around , richly trimmed with taffeta Jimfolds JUS { drSHfS ^^^^^ _^ HB ___ Hl _____ ll ^__ i _ n ii * ffjutAO ^ n Skirt 1 * made very full with side plulta , and Is made to . JBL ^ immMimmm _ M __ KS _ I ________________ B «_™ sat n cover « l bullous . Sweep , over 3 J _ yards . ___ B _ HB- _ -M- _ ----Ef _« -H _» - » os-iisn ISO VAIIB nnnCD TMIIV Enclose our price , state ^ B _ - ®__ K __ t ___ s _ -l */ SKli SEND US YOUR ORDER TUUAT . Pi _ iniy » nic _ » ty ° « nd ^^¦ i i ^ -Sff ^ gMSpS i-f-ffWiffl-M woriimanshln or material ; should yoi ; le...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 October 1908

_ - _ --------------------- H-9 ^ - _ P ^ i ^^ _______ H _ i ___ p _ % *^ ____________(________ B _ ---I >^ |^ , ^ m *&&/§&! $ i \^ Mmm ^ fjf % i ^ a % »| jM ^ A ^ Sf One Pair oi S * eel Shoes Will Outwear .. J ^^ Three to Six Pairs of Leather Shoes VDIPIr 1 ¦\ v _ a- _ i- _ r iw ___ v IHsC / Cr L « 5 S _ S | fe / % * 33 & k Ju . ta 9 Amatterofecoii __ iny , itwillpayyo __ : towearSteel Shoes . Onej ^ air will easily Send for our & . T *§_ l _ S ^^* f « _ outwear from three to six pairs of leather shoes-saving $ S to $ 10 of your shoe - booklet . M The A . « __ K _ f ___ i __ . v ^» money In a year . But the comfort of Steel Shoes is an equally strong reason for Ide of Steel ^_ V ^ R $ Sm ^ $ k wearing them . You simply can not realize what foot comfort really means until -or bet . e 7 . tiu . *^__ • 2 §_ i ___ S __ £ _ J __& L you have worn Steel Shoes . They do not twist and warp out of shape like l...

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