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THE FARMERS' LAWYER [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1908
THE FARMERS LAWYER In Georgia a disputed boundary „ , » ,. be established by oral agreement , ? companied by actual possession or v acquiescence for seven years . Osic , , v . Wynn , 62 Southeastern Rep 37 According to the Supreme Court „ f Iowa the right to vote is not a natural or inherent right , but exists only a conferred by the constitution or su tute . Coggeshall v . City of Dcs Monies , 117 Northwestern Rep . 309 . A license to go on land and sever and remove the product thereof is not such an interest in the land as is taxable as real property . Supervisors of Hancock County v . Imperial Navil Stores Co ., ( Miss . ) , 47 Southern Rep 177 . The purchaser of a bill , note or other negotiable security , transferable by 1livery , who takes it in good faith and for value before it is due , acquires a good title though it is taken from one who has no title . Walden v . Downing , ( Ga . ) , 61 Southeastern Rep . 1127 . A buyer of an article , with knowledge of defects therein , w...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1908
ft * I rSvi STOCK IEXPOSITION U » i &lt;&gt;» SlockY 1 ,, CHICAGO L28 th , toDec . l 0 tli 1 „ -Mines filled -with pure bred Jive : Twenty jStion in feeding and breed . ng J A i : beral . 5 l entertainment and a trip Sestock-f . 5 No farmer or stockman can l ! i Sales of Pure Bred Breeding Stock : W ^ psDAT , DEC . 1 . 1 P . Kam Aberdeen Angus from the Leaolne Herds Sea ted Aberdeen s _ Q ^ hmer , % n f Anlus As n , U . S . Yards , Chicago . wEDHESDAT , DEC . 2 , IPAM . . «» rhoice Sbetlands at Auctioa . 1 S of Shetland Pony Club . » y D Cata loP « ite C E . Bunn . Peorm 111 ., or Y ^ PSon 1 ! Wheaton , 111 . TH 0 RSDAT , DEC . 3 , 1 P M . jo carefully Selected Hereford ? . r ., i „ one write C . R . Thomas , Sec y . Amer . ^ Ca AS n Ka W nsas Ci , y , Mo . FRIDAY , DEC . 4 . I . P . M . : « aoto Short-Horns from Leading Herds ! , . 1 . „» write B . O . Cowan , * Asst . Secy . ^ ShotHorn Ass n U . S . Yards , Chicago , Jil , Auction Sales of Pure Bred Sheep . ( jAAte...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1908
. ¦¦ Ki ^ H AM ¦ 11 K ^ R * i Ti ± 73 ^ JH 9 VrV ^ l ^ l ^ lHVHBilVVefVViBilNlHBvzsiv ^ H ^^ L ^ fl C 3 ¦ TT * AT School * , Churches ^^^^ H ^^ HHL fuTcs ^ . , r »« ar » d ««« ent QcLsolIne LAMP ¦ K ^ B AS ^ 10 , 000 ACRES ^» L FINEST IRRIGATED F LAND IN COLORADO USf Roeky ^ ord ^ tri t ^ T ^ inv ; estors !» lracts &lt;• »«* . on easy terms . This land is in IJie round the tr ^ J £ eart ? f th - e cantaloup and sugar beet industry . Sugar factories aurnet Drollt ! . « L „ N tl m ! re pr ? d , ul ; tive soil in the world . Vurraers earn from $ 35 to $ 200 per acre earn as LJ , „ g , ? r beets rana ° upes . fruits , strain and alfalfa brine enormous yields . You can voucanlv- » i . J . „ ne . s e . , r . on , P oloratioi , ri S atedlarAlasyou can in three years elsewhere , and miles with tl ? Il Ke . r t ,,, s , llm , ate - Main ine of the Santa Fe traverses this tract for nine ke for all i ^„ , r . tatl v s - [ t ^ joins the thrivlnsr city of I . 11 Junta ( pop . 6 . 500 ) . ...
? mm [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1908
? mm STARTING A POULTRY FARM By Dewey A . Seeley , III . ( The eighth of a series of articles describing plans and methods of placing . a White Wyandotte Farm in successfuf operation . ) Building Laying Housei . We began the construction of our houses for laying stock early in the year , and were at first undecided whether to build a long laying house to accommodate a large number of birds in one house ; or construct several smaller colony houses . As the cooj nights begin to come on , the matter becomes more ; and more prominently in mind that • houses must be built for the stock which has now outgrown its quarters in the , cfclony coops . There are advantages in both the continuous house construction and the colony house plan . The former system requires less work to care for a given number of birds , as they _ are nearer together and more accessible . The principle disadvantage is the necessity of providing yards and fencing if a large number of birds is kept , and the fact that ...
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1908
. TSS ^ % ** V^ Pmilfrv V^ M&amp; ^ T- ^^ ¦¦ ^ JX Uie - &gt; Xr $ &amp;&amp; V ^ ^^ y that your fowls will bring toD prices—give than NX ^ / ?* .. ll Poul ^ RfJ ^ Jator ^ l f l Your birds will grow rapidly , will weigh heavy and will make 11 ¦ 1 Pratte Poulby Regulator is just what your fowls need all 1 II the year round . It keeps the stomach and bowels m perfect 1 p l condition and enables them to get the fullest possible benefit I ASt You will be surprised to find how easy it is to get fancy I Jp \ prices for your stock without increasing your raising cost I Jffi &amp; JMA Pott . Poultry Re ^ t « U the » r &lt; alert conilionerm the world . AW . f mmBt &amp; L Cel a package of your desk today and youiwiU soon find flat MOg RfSilWfi ^ X yM cannot afford to be without it . A 121 b . bag co «»» l . Z 5 , CaWtfM M ¦ \ ijdl « s » eia 8 afroni 25 ct ! , » p . Larger afce . are cheaper to use , ^^ JPi | J | jt &gt;^ B | gg ...
LIVE STOCK [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1908
LIVE STOCK nF VAlUE TO FEEDERS . , Ye Stock Feeding , by Prof . Fr 0 Sh of the Nebraska Experi- « R- Sm « was first published two &gt; Stat a ° nd U has taken so well that y « rs ag 0 „ to a third edition It tells « has g c % ct the most profitable types ho to sew breeding and feeding , of a 1 . 1 , numerous illustrations on a » d gl - ve Lne The author takes up tock S &amp; n and feeding of differ- &amp; rt of feeding stuffs and c assient k / hV feed for dairy cattle , sheep , fies \ w ne and poultry , telling how horses , sw d with the greatest profit . theJ , &lt;; a c the results of many experiHe P v „ J tells in plain language how men . tS t ., Xme . can be made , profitable st 0 C t farmer . It certainly is one of to th « f ^ portant books for feeders ^ T / gon - the list ^ WH ABOUT STOCK TONICS is not medicine A stock tonic a a cure Y but an aid to the-, digestive and 8 ¦ Stive processes of nutrition . It is f * f preventive of disease . A righ...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1908
tp ^ * 350 MIL iKu IM ^ SS THAN ONE C- ^ Htf HW Wj * W^* , ——— ¦ ! ¦ ¦¦ HHuUlRu ^ Q ^ n ^ a / amm ^^ mmlmmmU MT ^ mml ^^ t ^^^^^^ hW i ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ mmmi Hlf ^ A ^ ll / A ^* W % llHfi TO PROVE BEYOND ALL DOUBT TO EVERY INTELLIGENT STOCK RAISER THAT ^ MPM WILBUR SSTOCK TOUCIWm ^^ rla ^^ i et ^ mml IS THE WORLDS GREATEST CONDITIONER AND FEED SAVER WE WILL ACTUALLY GIVE ¦ litllPR STOCK FQiliilJ THIS 25 LB . PAIL ABSOLUTELY FREE WHERE WE HAVE NO AGENT Y 0 EVERY READER ¦ ^ t ^^ AU Ke ^^ P ^ OF THIS PAPER WHO FILLS OUT AND MAILS TO US THE COUPOM SHOWN BELOW . ¦ WHAT WILBURS STOCK TONQO IS ^ ^ F 0 R H 06 S ¦ N^ ^ E^ fHfS ^^ SSS ©®! ease HK«^ $ ™ jy ^ P « We WAAnt to convinceYOU andare wimng todo t hananyo ^ stock ^ H IHoS ^ Bttfe ^ Sft h ^ et ^ v ^ nr ^ qi a : IB^^^ S^^^ r ^^ B£ E«&amp; is «n »^ ESffe ~ , 8 T 0 niC - FOR POULTRY M FOR COWS « nrl s ? ve b ? rds Uis a sure preventive for cholera , gapes , pip , JFa / Gm ^s &am...
YOUNG FARM FOLKS [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1908
YOUNG FARM FOLKS STORIES ABOUT MR . LINCOLN There are more good stories told about Abraham Lincoln than about any other American . Helen Nicolay in the St . Nicholas tells of an interview which Lincoln had during the war with William Scott , a boy from a Vermont farm , who , after marching forty-eight hours without sleep , volunteered to stand guard for a sick comrade . Weariness overcame him and he was found asleep at his post within gunshot of the enemy . He was tried and sentenced to be shot . Mr . Lincoln heard of the case and went himself to the tent where young Scott was kept under guard . He talked to him kindly , asking about his home , his schoolmates and particularly about his mother . The lad took her picture from his pocket and showed it to him without speaking . Mr . Lincoln was much affected . As he rose to leave he laid his hand on the prisoner s shoulder . My boy , he said , yen . are not going to be shot tomorrow . I believe you when you tell me that you could not k...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1908
Get a Real Automobile When you g « t a motor vehicle get a real VKlifcs ^— ^ t ^ ^^ J ^^ . If it were possible to make high-wheel motor ^ 8 B MM »^^^^^| J % brafifPri , 3 | Rl buggies that are practical and satisfactory , we ^ HmW ^ ^ m Wm ! F ^^ !^ ^^ ^ ^ mr—^~ would have been making them eight years ago . ^^ F ^ j gS ^^ E ^^^^^ j ^^^ jM ^ jSPy \ Eight years of solid experience , in which we have s ^ m *?^? V aW 2 a \ £ Amal !* ma pc- * * * • Don t Pay $ 1500 for a LewerCar „ , , . ,. » v .. . v , ., i ,.. «« . ti „ . . Dont pByOtOOloraoa * that hasnt nutterwfettheireartprpretenslosu . But these eight years of experiittent have not been . ^ -ygft , it . M ^ 3 atS ? . ™ ft » . fcr &amp; SSB wasted . They have enabled us to perfect for taM * . *****^ ^ . .- aJJ ^^ ^ j ^^^ -- you the ideal car for country use— y / mm _ g g for . car ^ i * MU &amp; to * £ *» *» &lt;* «* &gt;® they have made possible the new A ^ g Mm \ mfAWm 9 ^ mM t ^ ener ta 0 M 1 * g »...
Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1908
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FARM FtfNNYGRAPHS [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1908
FARM FtfNNYGRAPHS Teacher—Suppose , children , that you take a piece of beefsteak and cut it into halves , then cut the halves into quarters , the quarters into eighths , into what could the eighths be ait ? Johnny—Into hash . ¦ i Mamma , am I to have a new doll ? Your old doll is still quite good , my child . But I , too ,-am quite good , and yet you have a new baby ! —Translated for Transatlantic Tales from Fliegende Blatter . Didnt I see you proposing to that Boston girl ? Not exactly ; I was just breaking the ice . —From Judge , Archie , who had never seen gas jets , had been away on a little visit . And were you careful about going near the lamps ? asked his mamma . They don t have lamps , replied the little fellow . They just lit the end of the towel-rack . Give me some familiar proverb about birds , asked the teacher of Tommy . The early bird— he paused a moment , and then tried again . The early birdYes , said the teacher , go on , that is right . The early bird gathers no m...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1908
POLAND CHINA HOGS I have some fine young gilts and boars which I will seil at half the price I paid for their sire and dam , as I am overstocked at present . Send me $ 25 . 00 and I will ship you tire best bargain you ever saw in thorouKiibred hogs . # 60 . 00 takes three of my best if taken now . EDMUND S . CHAPMAN , R . F . D . 2 . Lake Geneva , W is .
FREE TRIAL OF STOCK TONIC J [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1908
FREE TRIAL OF STOCK TONIC J There is really no secret about stocj tonics—neither about their ingredients not their effects on livestock . There is alsc no doubt about the usefulness of stock ton | ics . Their good effects are as certain ai is the nutrient- action of feeds . In fact the benefits of a rightly compounded tonii are more certain than that of feed . Feed sometimes nourishes and sometime : it doesnt . It depends altogether on thi condition , of the organs of digestion ant assimilation . &gt; But a good tonic , used as intended , at ways acts with a stimulating and restora tive effect on the functions that make nu trition possible . The Wilbur . Stock Food Company offeri to demonstrate the certainty of the bene fits of their Stock Tonics , in every casi by giving away , in locations where the ; have no agent , a 25-pound pail to an : stock owner who will ask for it , accompany ing the request by a statement of the num ber of head of stock he owns . They have been ma...
AMATITE—A * HEAVY-WEIGHT j ROOFING . i [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1908
AMATITE—A * HEAVY-WEIGHT j ROOFING . i The resisting ability of a roofing depend largely upon the amount of material theti is in it—not upon the thickness nor uporj the number of layers , but upon the actual density of the roof—that is , upon itj weight . A light weight ready-roofing ma ! be as thick as Amatite , but if it is not al heavy , roll for roll , it can t have as mucl good stuff in it . Amatite weighs as muci as roofings that cost three times its price . • Free sample and booklet on applicatiot to the nearest office of the Barrett Mami facturing Company , New York , Chicago Cleveland , Allegheny , Kansas City , Sv Louis , Minneapolis , Philadelphia , New Or leans , Cincinnati , Boston . !