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OLD OHIO FARMER VOLUMES WANTED . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907
OLD OHIO FARMER VOLUMES WANTED . We desire to obtain complete fllea of The Ohio Farmer for the years 1856 anil 1876 . Through unfortunate accidents these two flies have been destroyed and we desire to replace them . We know that quite a number of persons have complete files of The Ohio Farmer , and since they probably have little or no use for these old volumes ¦ we would like to purchase them . If any of our readers have these volinmes we shall be pleased to have them write to us , stating whether or not they will dispose of them . An early reply will oblige us . —The Lawrence Publishing Co ., Cleveland , O .
CURRENT COMMENT . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907
CURRENT COMMENT . Rep resentative ¦ ADULTERATED SEEDS . Hepburn of Iowa , has introduced in the House a bill to prevent the adulteration of seeds for interstate shipment , importation or exportation . It provides that for adulteration or misbranding , the fine for the first offense may be $ 200 and for each subsequent offense , $ 300 , or imprisonment not more than one year , or both . It authorizes the Secretary of Agriculture to make regulations for collecting and examining seeds and enforcing the act . Any one found violating the law shall be notified by the Secretary and he will be given an opportunity to be heard . If he . is found guilty the proper U . S . district attorney must prosecute . The act covers all field , garden , tree , shrub and flower seeds , and defines adulteration and misbranding . Adulterated seeds are those that contain dead seeds and other matter that materially reduces the value for seeding purposes . Misbranding—when one hind or variety is offered for sa...
THE WINTER COURSE IN AGRI -CULTURE . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907
THE WINTER COURSE IN AGRICULTURE . ( Editorial Correspondence . ) It was my good fortune lately to give six lectures of 50 minutes each , on practical farm topics , on successive days , to the students of this course at Columbus , O ., and to mingle with them more or less at other lectures and in laboratory work . The sort of work •done by them , is described by Dean Price in our issue of February 23 , page 212 . I regard it as a good omen for agriculture that 136 earnest , intelligent young men , from 16 to 45 years of age , should , the first year of its existence , gather in for this 12-weeks course in practical agriculture and the sciences which underlie it— to learn the why •even more prominently than the how . They did not come for fun or for their health , but to learn ; and I think I never mjst a more earnest lot of learners . All the lecture rooms in which they met have the chairs equipped with broad arm-rests for note books , and these books and pencils are earnestly used ...
FORME . K SUBSCRIBERS [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907
FORME . K SUBSCRIBERS PLEASE READ THIS ! We are sending a copy of this weeks Ohio Farmer to several thousands of our old friends who have recently allowed their subscriptions to lapse . This is a reminder that before you get busy with spring work , it will be good business policy to renew for The Ohio Farmer for the coming year or longer . Aside from our regular matter on timely subjects , crop reports , field notes , market reports , etc ., there cannot fail to be at least one of our Special Articles that will be valuable to you , and which can be gotten in no other way , as they are written by special arrangement , by acknowledged authorities , for exclusive publication in The Ohio Farmer . No matter how much other reading matter you may have , you can find a half hour each week , in which to keep well posted upon farm matters and the questions of the day which particularly interest farmers , by reading our papers . We are enclosing a blank for your convenience in ordering , and y...
DENATURED ALCOHOL LAW AMENDED . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907
DENATURED ALCOHOL LAW AMENDED . At this date we are pleased to announce to our readers that the amendment to the denatured alcohol law . which has been urged so persistently through the columns of The Ohio Farmer for the past several months , was passed by the session of Congress just closed . For some reason nothing has been said about it , however . The daily papers have totally ignored the subject . This fact , when the immense importance of the bill to the American people is considered , would seem to indicate that some powerful interests were trying to keep the news from the public . It has not been previously mentioned in any daily or agricultural papers that have reached this office . The National Grange , together with the leading agricultural periodicals :, deserve great credit in bringing the necessary Influence to bear to secure the passage of this Important measure . CLEVELAND MILK EXHIBIT . An exhibit of market milk will be held at the Chamber of Commerce , Cleveland , ...
GRANGE ANNOUNCEMENT . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907
GRANGE ANNOUNCEMENT . Clark Co . Pomona Grange will meet at Pltchln Grange Hall March 19 . Morning session devoted to business , all Grangers requested to be present ; bring lunch baskets . Afternoon session , everybody Invited . National Secretary C . M . Freeman is expected to be with us with a live Grange topic—F . E . Punderburg .
BUSINESS CONDITIONS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907
BUSINESS CONDITIONS . According to Dun s Review of March 9 the depression in the stock market which has been so marked during the past week did not extend beyond Wall street , commodity prices ruling high and general business continuing vigorous . Traffic conditions have Improved somewhat , increasing the distribution of merchandise and spring sales of dry goods have been good . Retail trade is good for this season , and late buying of winter good , necessitated by the severe weather in many sections , has cleaned up stocks in a very satisfactory manner . A few trade reports tell of conservatism regarding future operations due to high prices and tight money but current trade is generally active . Several wage scales are under discussion which may result in higher cost of production and operation but no serious strikes are anticipated . Higher freight rates have become necessary on some roads because of the Increased expenses . Gross railway earnings in February were 5 . 9 percent la...
WOOL TRADE REVIEW . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907
WOOL TRADE REVIEW . The American Wool and Cotton Reporter of March 7 . reports a fairly active week with some of the wool houses . There was a general cleaning up of fine and fine medium staple . Oregon and territory wools , which have been bought quite freely by some of the large manufacturers of men s wear worsteds and spinners of worsted yarns , as well as by some of the makers of dress goods . In the fleece wool market the feature of Interest has been the inquiry for medium and quarter-blood fleeces , especially from the men s wear , worsted and dress goods manufacturers and the yarn mills . The fine fleeces have figured very little In the business of the week . Among the sales were 250 . 000 pounds of half and threeeighths blood Ohio . Michigan and Missouri wools at prices ranging from 33 to 34 % c ; also about the same quantity of quarter-blood fleeces at 32 % @ 33 % c . Michigan quarters brought 32 % c and Ohios . 33 @ 33 % c . A small amount of Ohio X and XX has sold at 33 @...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907
B.&amp;B.longkidglovesDo not accept any long leather Glove offered and sell it as a Kid Glove , but exact skins of highest type and have them made and finished i n superior manner—they fit . We have long Kid Gloves of real genuine merit . 12-button Black , White , Tan , Grey Kid Gloves , $ 3 . 00 a pair . 16-button Black . White , Tan , Grey , Navy , Red Kid Gloves , $ 3 . 50 a pair . 6-button Biarritz ( slip on ) Gloves—no buttons at wristsstylish , convenient Gloves—Black , White , Brown , Grey and several shades of Tan— $ 1 . 25 a pair . Double and single clasp Kid Gloves—almost any style you ask for , $ 1 . 00 to $ 2 . 00 . Special double clasp Kid Glove * —colors Black , White— $ 1 . 25 . BOCCS &amp; BUHL DEPT . 18 , ALLEGHENY , PA . Ht-XoII\nIemM»jM- &amp; i * 4 ftfc , ? l PHIS bonk does not take Ja ^ RjDEaH Repnrablo from ordinary eomaapitJiBffg merciiil banking . No ninn mam can burrow n dollr . r from it ill on hid pergonal nolo— not •- fSlJI . ufiBV...
HOG-PEN FLOORS—RATIONS , ETC [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907
HOG-PEN FLOORS—RATIONS , ETC W . E . L .. of Mt . Victory , O ., asks information about our hog-pen floors and the balanced rations we feed . Our floors are clay bottom with gravel on top as a foundation for the manure and a place for them to eat and sleep . ThN is covered with straw to start on , from two to three feet deep , and as it becomes soaked up and soiled we add more straw and corn fodder to make the pigs more comfortable and increase the amount of manure . It requires a large amount of straw , and unless the straw is handy to get at their bedding is very apt to be neglected so that one of the most important things to look after in planning a hog-house is to provide for plenty of bedding . We usually feed the fattening hogs large quantities of corn in the fodder , but with 20 head of horses , mules and colts and 225 sheep , and but little clover hay , we are a little too stingy to throw the corn fodder to the hogs , for If we do we must feed timothy hay worth $ 14 a ton , ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907
MIX YOUR OWN STOCK , FOOD hrn you buy ready mixed stock foodi ¦ Maaaaaaaaa . anaaaai you pay rit the rato of # 3 Mh )« t ton for bran meal and other Injrredionls . Vpon request I will send yon ABMU . UTBLY FKKK , » . prescription ( or malting your own stock food . It will bei far bettor and CMtYOa far less than any other on tho market today , k postal card will brio * you tlin free proscription . DR . S . H . KENT , Vatarlnary Surnaon , . No . TOT Markot Slrool , Cadiz , Ohio .
Treasures Found in Our American Forests [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907
Treasures Found in Our American Forests Tjiat our American forests abound in plants which possess the most valu ^ hje medicinal virtues is abundantly attested by scores of the most eminevf mec / cal writers and teachers of this and other countries . Even the untwfoned Indians had discovered the usefulness of many native plants btfff / re the advent of the white race . This information , imparted freely to Sue whites , led the latter to continue investigations until to-day we havfera rich assortment of most valuable American medicinal roots . Dr . Pierce , of Buffalo . N . V ., believes that our Amerinn forests abound in medicinal roots for the cure of most obstinate and fatal diseases , if we would properly investigate them , and , in confirmation of this conviction , he points with pride to the most marvelous cures ef fected by his Golden Medical Discovery , which has proven itself to be the most efficient stomach tonic , liver inviiroratnr , lipnrt , tornc and regulator , and bloo...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907
wsmsmmALL LIVE STOCK HARMLESS . EFFECTIVE . INEXPENSIVE . STANDARDIZED SEND FOR FREE BOOKLET ON 1 CATTLE HORSES HOGS SHEEP POULTRY DOGS M 0-ov For sale « I all drug stores . Jm fPUCE,DAVISXGO.1- ^ M Home Offices and laboratories , M M ^ L DETROIT , MICHIGAN . Jl Wjm\UcaltlSJ7Loosen up his hide and his intestinal I I sjswm , purify his blood , drive out the I worms , trive him an appetite and power to I I digest and tret the full valuoor all his Teed . I You can do all this by the systematic ut &gt; eot I PRUSSIANSTOCK TONIC I ami have your horsos Mronfc , healthy and I I bl * rh strung . Mix with feoif . Only n unmll I I quantity roiiuireol . 1200 food . In iho big I I pall . Prloo only S 3 . SO prepaid . Aflk your uculer lor the standard remedies , H Prussian Spavin Cure . Prussian Heave Powders . Prussian Worm Powders . Wrlroj ns what stock yon own and we I I will send you our . stockmuu a Hand I I Book Free . Write today . PaUSSIAN REMEDY CO . 6 t . Paul , Minn . Bach s I...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907
/LowDownWagonssoon earn their cost on any farm . SteelWheelsifafor farm wagons . Straight or slag- InWWbiEfl gered smokes . Aiiysi / i ; wanted , any f . . width of ( LIT . Hnlis to lit any axle * tHrrlWf **! Kor catalogue and prices , write to VA ^ I iV * Empire Mlg . Co .. Box 107 H Quincy , III . \ jO Jjj BIGGER PIG MONEY fScours and Thumps kill , on an average , half the pigs in every litter or make runts . Stop that slaughter and waste by giving them ANTI-SCOUR-Does away with starving methods . Hegular rations for sow and pigs . Endorsed by all hog raisers who have tried it , and Experiment Stations . Guaranteed sure , speedv . easy and Inexpensive . 400 doses in box , 91 . 00 . Sent postpaid or at your druggists . Bond for booklet , liftrgor rig Money /* THE AGRICULTURAL REMEDY COMPANY , 523 Kaniie Avanue , Topoka , Kanaaa ,
Page 16 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907
FOIIiFinBtSSKS*has been the reliable protective friend of fanners property of every kind RlMI . IltXCIS FIRB LIVE STOCK against CYCLONES CHOPB TORNADOS For Over Half a . Century it has never failed to fully pay every loss on most equitable n . isis . Call on Ohio KMrin . irs Insurance Co . Agents or write the company at LeRoy , Ohio . LOW DOWN A ^ j _ -- , and wood wheeli lo fit any wagon of th * » rt yoa want . Mndo right nnd told tho way rou lik to buy . Our cnbilog give- * pn . ¦ neiii . i . . HILLSDALE WHEEL CO .. Hillsdale . Midi-
Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907
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