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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

CREAMSEPARATORADVICEWORTHNOTING\ Am ii *** L . ****** i * fcK y ^ r * 0 ^^^^ JmmmW ~~~* V ~^ Kmmm ( Copy ) DAYTON , OHIO , January 1 , 1907 . At the close of our first years work operating under tlie Hand Separator plan we find that our success has been fully up to expectations . One of the main points of doubt with us was the ability to produce a high grade butter from cream Bo gathered , but the years demand for our butter and the many high scores we have received has proved that the Hand Separator plan is the best both for creamery and patron . When we decided to enter upon this system we naturally desired to place the best separator with the farmer , and our previous experience with power machines and with such hand separators as were in our territory had demonstrated to us that the De Laval was the most satisfactory . While the first cost to the patron may be a little more and our margin of profit is less than on many others , our year s experience has demonstrated to us that o...

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Impurities in Commercial Clover and [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

Impurities in Commercial Clover and SPECIAL ARTICLE NO . 8 Alfalfa Seed . S * A - D - Selby , Ohio Experimt Station We all know how liable certain plants are to appear in our crops ; this tendency of plants to grow together in this way makes the harvest CHEAP AND SEiivicE-of the seeds togethABLE MAGNIFYING er almost unavoidGLASS . able and so weed seeds come into our clover and alfalfa seeds—the weed seeds which we so dislike to purchase at the prevailing high prices for red clover , alfalfa , etc . Our commonest weeds , in a general way , Alfalfa . Clover Dodder . Field Dodder Pigweed . White Clover . Alsike Clover . Red Clover . *^ K MeD , CK - Three-seeded Mercury . Lady s Thumb . Sorrel . Curled Dock . SEEDS OF CLOVERS AND COMMON WEEDS . are largely European because brought with cultivated plants from that source . COMPANION WEED SEEDS LIABLE TO OCCUR But whether we secure our seeds Irom one region or another we are almost certain to obtain with them ^ ^ MW GoicTco Ragweed . Gia...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

Dont-Come to Virginia .- ^ JSsrf PfD 07 Q tarma . Northern farmers * . ond for catA- ^ ¦ % SXym \ XJ log . Lsarn a >>« utthf * Country . Southed * Realty Co ., Inc ., ( Succwor * to Foreivnil Bro » . ) 1 ntorBl . nt * . V » . OHIO FARMS- ^ S , ! yg . oil . gas land : 4 cash , long time , easy terms . No agonta . Commission added . Address W . A . Wl l . l . I AMi , DeHaven . Penna . MISSOURI- r ,: »<¦ s » * ± . ^ : 2 Z ! Xt D m » <• weather report FARMS sent free . BAZEL J , rHnmj MEEK , chinieothe . M » : FnrlTi FOK SAI . E-One of the best 230-nero ¦ * - *** **•* farms In Sonlhern Michigan . Will sell cheap to close estntc . Full particulars on appllcation . S . S . WITHIWIOS . Adrian . Mi . hli-iui . MONflY Ilnl , oroneoronr farms cornea ^ ^ back to yon from one crop , Write na for information . HOWARD-PACK-ARD LAND CO .. Cadillac or McBain . Michigan . TVT ich . Stock Farm—275 acres , 200 clearod . Fino - *¦ buildings and soil , M 250 ....

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Piles Cured Free [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

Piles Cured Free Get Rid of Your Piles Right Now Pyramid Pile Cure Can Do It Quickly and Painlessly . FREE PACKAGE SENT TO PROVE IT . Half of the suffering and torture of piles has never been told . But no matter . Whether your particular case of piles is almost too excruciating for any mortal to bear , or if you are fearfully tantalized by unreachable itching , or whether you have only a moderate case of piles , there is positive relief , and quick , too , in Pyramid Pile Cure . You need not take for granted all we ourselves say about our Pile Remedy . We want it to speak for itself . We want you to send for a free package , today , of the marvelous Pyramid Pile Cure . We want to prove these statements to you personally , so that you will feel the result yourself . Pyramid Pile Cure has cured the worst form of piles known . We prove it . Instant relief can be gotten by using the marvelous Pyramid Pile Cure . It Immediately reduces all congestion and swelling , heals all sores , ulc...

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

LAND!LAND!LAND!North Wisconsin Offers You a Home and a Fortune . Well Show Yon the Land ai Our Own Ex-pense--Well Make It Easy to Pay . This Is the most fertile grnna region * most promising dairy , stock raising and grain country evur opened for settlement . It la equal In value to any farm In Minnesota or lower Wisconsin . It has been held all theno years by big lumber companies , but we own It now and arc ready to sell to the man of small means who will develop his farm . No speculators wanted . Dont wait a minute . Now Is the time . Write to us at once , nnd we will show you something in hind values flint you would novor believe could be possible . Write now . Ask for Booklet L . AMERICAN COLONIZATION CO ., Chippewa Falls , Wis . EDENWOLD:SHi:s:at the low price of $ 8 l » per acre , if taken this month , AnlDKAL farm lioma of 200 acres , all Improved but three acres nice timber . Good brick house , fonr barns , excellent water , plenty of frnit . School lu 30 rods , electric roa...

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

WhereShalllGo?That Is the question that is continually harassing the brain of the farmer who has the ability and ambition to make farming n success , but does not possess in most essential requirement—The raim . Where Shall I Go ? Would It make you feel good if some one would come to you right on the spot and settled that harassing question bv telling you where you should go and all i it ? Well , we are going to be that some one . The Eastern Shore of Maryland . The Eastern Shore of Maryland , that strip of land so popularly known as 111 .- Eastern Shore , whose name Is not a recent invention , Is a part of a peninsula about two hundred miles In length . Its farms at one time were almost entirely owned by slave owners . Of late . however , settlers have been coming in from all over the country , which has spurred the younger generation that has sprung up to take a great interest in farming . Towns are being : built . Land Is advancing , and today the Eastern Shore holds out the grea...

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

FIELD NOTES . Darke Co ., O ., ( W . C . ) March 1 . —February was clear and cold , very hard on wheal , no snow or rain . Was good month for stock . Feed getting scarce . Shredded fodder and clover hay selling at $ 7 @ 13 per ton respectively . Winter wheat badlywinter killed , especially late sown ; many planning to resow to onts . All live stock in good demand . Prices good . Farmers getting ready for spring work , building fence , hauling manure , etc . Number of public sales never equaled In this neighborhood . Many farmers buying hand cream separators . —C . R . Smeiker . Steuben Co .. N . Y ., IS . W . ) March 6 . — Weather very agreeable , zero only a few times . Little snow . Live stock doing well . Some call for cows . Dogs too numerous for the welfare of sheep and much damage done annually . Some apples In farmers hands yet ; also potatoes . Butter , 28 c ; eggs , 28 c ; apples . 55 c ; potatoes , 35 c ; pork . 8 c : tobacco . 15 c . Farmers cutting wood and hauling manur...

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

AK&mm&zoQADirecttoYoujgg>¦ Kalamazoos are fuel savers . — fPaK They last a lifetime— I ) Economical in all respects— V- M They are low in price and high in quality ,- )< ^ BB | 14 They are easily operated and quickly se .. up and ^ AWm Hj ^^ made ready for business , — Y ^ TRJI KW ^ Y Buyfiom the octual manufacturer . — * v ¦ :-,- , Slw ^ fiiv ^^ Vour mosey returned if everything is not exactly as mmtk \ Ht ^ [¦•fc ^ represented— Amm L ^ iW j ^ fe You keep In your own pocket the dealers ^ E RB and jobbers profits when you buy a Kala- ^^ LV mazoo , W ^ ^^^ B WE PAY THE FREIGHT . S T ^ H We want to prove to you that you cannot OAK STOVE HEATER buy a better stove or ranee than the Kala- For AH Kinds ot Fuel . mazoo , at any price . BtmBBtBBBBB aBBB BBBBBB BBDBBtmui We want . to show you how and why you save from 20 $ to 40 $ in buying direct from our factory at factory prices . If you think $ 5 , or $ 10 . or 540 . worth saving K ^ SffiJHS ...

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1 HORTICULTURE 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

1 HORTICULTURE 1 THE SAN JOSE SCALE . The season is close at hand when the San Jose scale may be most effectively treated , and the man who has the insect upon his premises and who prizes his trees and shrubs , as well as the good will of his neighbors should FIG . 1 . SAN JOSE SCALE . be thinking how he can best help himself out of the difficulty . The first point is to obtain positive proof that the San Jose scale species is present . There are several other scales occuring commonly , all , or at least most of ¦ which may be combatted by less expensive methods than those recommended for the one under discussion . Fig . 1 represents the scale enlarged about 18 diameters . As it occurs normally upon the tree , it is about as large as the head of a pin , and of a dark , almost black color . After the limbs of the trees become very badly infested the scales seem to pile up one upon the other , two or three deep , giving the bark a sort of Ho . u lent appearance that is commonly descri...

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

wmc.MmU^RrRjnIfgN^^^i^^liiFIIJHBBLThe Bridgeport Factory . I I with Its Wonderful Machln- I am ¦ f , 7 \ ils 8 °° swiicd ¦ ¦ Workmen and Vigilant InI spectors , would quickly I convince you why we know M M thatU . M . C . CARTRIDGES I B are the kind for you . I THE UNION METALLIC I II ¦ CARTRIDGE COMPANY ¦ BRIDGEPORT , CONN , aaaaa »* - * iiaaM Attiuy . 3 , 3 iiroA . iwa ; . N . V . Urn -Uijfl I rMiWIITril S 3 lcs 0 <*> c <> , Kan Francisco . / ZrWmrvnl Sjf cm , ¦ BgSJal ^- ** WV I . EWM ~^ H . T . « . . WorlfrKftftx T VS . i ^ VJ ^ H ^ a ^ ai ^ T- ^^^^ B /^^^^^^^^^^ J A- ^ fa ^ avaaSaaf ^ l ^ l ** 6 . s ° l ^ l many big o » 1 jr ¦ ^ ^ aWSIa fliardo . Consequently I 1 I ll ^ sm P now what vnrletirs are ¦ I -MO est adapted to your soil SB and climate . My atock In- \ { 1 MTMM \ JsS c , u , es al the monev-niak- \ - ¦ : -. ji ^ lir - T ^ . ¦ .- # era—fancy and common v : i- ? £ *^ m i * £ Smr rietles . They are wella , N .. ¦ .. - ¦ .. vv- ?...

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

Y»urWaronWeedsmV ^ % _ . T . he use , f special-purpose tools for weeding means a bit savinr Wrf l 7 »¦> nie and labor . jMk \ With them more work can bo done In less time than with ordinary J \ W i / MM tools , and profits on crops thereby increased . / ft True Temper Wecders are constructed for particular kinds of ^ ^ ikX ^^ ^ \\ wor li . and there is a . tool / or every tirrd . ^ \| ^* v /( £ \ \ They help to cover the ground more quickly and thoroughly XS > w \ \ 3 Notice the True Temper Hand-Cultivators also . \) ^ They are formed on the same principle— steciaI adaptation X * v 2 $ rs . rv ohe work for which you use them . X ~ 0 * V W \ vJ ) ,, No , only Weeders and Cultivators , but Forks , Hoes , Rakes , / \ \\ ^ f \ f , / Hooks . Beet Tools . Garden Tools . Floral Tools—every de- \ . NA W Jf i \ sirable kind of farm and garden hand-tools . ^ sJtX - ¦ fyf \ *< best tools you have ever bought ^ ^^^ Ap r \ *« the same prices you have always paid...

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

AmMmmm ^^^ tim . . FRUIT and m \* m fTma % mf A ** A ** m * ** ORNAMENTAL ¦ if > I mm Am * w m . E VEIOUEHS , Af / V kmW L-tm SHBUBS . R 0 SE 1 . 9 # % mm ¥% ^ H « R 0 T PU HTS . iUnBtrated TJcmrlpilve Catologuo ( l « pages ) , also Doscriptive List of Novelties and Spcciiiftles with beantifnl colored plate of the New Hardy White Rote SNOW QUKMN < Kraii Karl Drusch ^ iJ mailed KKKK on request . . EUWANG £ R « RARRY t Mount Hope Nurseries , Nurserymen—Uortlculturieta . Katftblifihed UrtO . Boohe-tcr , New YorU . FRUITTREESIsifIllustrated catalogue free . Send for ono to-dny . ¦ IKililoA . Nl > NUB 8 E 1 UE 8 , liOCHIOSXEIt , N . V .

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PROFESSOR W . A . HENRY RE -SIGNS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

PROFESSOR W . A . HENRY RESIGNS . Professor W . A . Henry , the famous experimenter and writer on feeding animals , has resigned as dean of the College of Agriculture of the University of Wisconsin , and director of the Wisconsin Experiment Station , to take effect July 1 , 1907 . He resigned on account of ill-health . He will continue as emeritus professor of agriculture and attend to such duties as possible without impairing his health . He has rendered great service to the agricultural and feeding interests of America , not- only through his scientific investigations and his writings but through his unflagging devotion to the promotion of the interests of every line of husbandry . Beginning his col lege work in 1880 , when agricultural college work was hardly respected by practical farmers , he was one of the strongest of the pioneers who have worked shoulder to shoulder with the scientists on the one side and the practical farmers and stockmen on the other , until they have been...

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O ^ WJ J $ jQfe fol ^ ftoSrMllFfflBVHH ^ oToUlrik ^ t m ^ ~* - * r W ^ 1 3 ^^^ *^^ S { rmaitani ^ 9 ^— -ja ^^ ESTABLISHED 1848 THE LAWRENCE PUBLISHING CO . EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS . GKNKKAI . OFFICE , 801 . 209 ST . CLAIR Ave ,, N . E , CLEVELAND . OHIO . NEW YORK OFFICE , 725 Tompla Conrt Bide . CHICAGO OFFICE . 1736 FlrBt Nat . Bank Bide . DETROIT . Mich .. OFFICE . 3915 Congroaa St .. Wo MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE . 539 Andrua Bide . SEATTLE , Wa ^ h , OFFICE , 211 PeopIa aS . Bk . BldB . M . J . LAWRENCE President M . W . LAWRENCE Vice-President M . L . LAWRENCE Secretary P . T . LAWRENCE Treasurer M . E . WILLIAMS - » W . I . CHAMBERLAIN / .., „ . ¦ ... JOHN P . CUNNINGHAM > Editora HARRIET MASON V A . J . ANDERSON J TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Three Years , 156 ^ J . 0 . $ 1 . 50 TWO YEARS , 104 Copirs lo one peraon $ 1 . 20 One Yt . r , 52 75 Cents Six Months . 26 40 We guarantee to stop sending paper •when the time for which It Is paid has expired , so that , to avoid missing a...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

WE GUARANTEE to stop THE OHIO FARMER Immediately upon expiration of time subscribed for , and we will pay all expenses for defending any suit brought against any subscriber to The Ohio Farmer by the publisher of any farm paper which has been sent after the time ordered has expired , providing you return such papers to your postmaster unread , tell him to notify the publishers that you refuse to accept them , and you send us due notice before suit Is started . Avoid future trouble by refusing to subscribe for any farm paper which does not print , In each Issue , a definite guarantee to stop on expiration of subscription . The Lawrence Pub . Co ., Cleveland , O .

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