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

White Wyandottes- ^ , J ^ Jg ^ SKS four pens matou , flna na grow , Dustln strain , illroot from originator . « 2 per 15 : 3 sutltngs , IS . Satisfaction iriiaraiitopil . This ln an opportunity to got aitnrtof till , gram ! t . r . od nt an oxcet-ilniiily low nrlco , . lock and . lralacon . lder . il . 0 . D . CARNINK . Dclawar ., Indiana Sfi W I IOHORNS lead Hie van . Hickman . 11 .. Baa , s Vi !» . I . man has . in . trijl from tills mo . t connlar brood at * 100 par 16 : $ I . S 0 nor 8 ) : jl . 00 p . r 100 ; and will again givo tho grand premium that plea . e . ovorvhudT Willi each order . J > l » ll PUKMAN . | l . | , lindane .. Ohio . EKC-S . l ,. liuff & Wh . Wyandot ! ,.. S . BUT Orpin * , ton . Biiiro-d Knck . Hlack Minorca , S . 0 . B . Ai W Legh ., tl , li . Mun . Hr ., NarraK t , H < , url , on Red , W . Hoi . turker ; taporia . r . Hn ducks , tl . U . J II IHTIIS . Haallaville . ojlilc ^ Tflfr & &~ Front puro-br...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
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Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

A Free Book About IncubatorsFor your own sake dont buy an incubator until you read our book . It is written by the man who knows most about Incubating —a man who devoted 25 years to the problem . It tells vital faotsthat you must know to buy wisely—facts you would not think of . It tells of Eaclne Incubators and Brooders , of course , but whether you buy ours or another , the facia are important . The man who writes the book made the Racine Incuibator . When you learn what he knows you will want his machine , we think . The book is free—write today for it . Remember . We Pay the Freight . Address Racine Hatcher Co ., Box 127 , Racine , Wla . Warehouses : Buffalo . Detroit . Kansas City , St . Paul . ¦¦ FREEBOOKOFFER!New Sure Hatch Book on i ^ Incubators . Brooders and SC 53 JZ 1 ~ . eMJbfFfi Chicken Raisins—102 page * . fS 955 | KV ~ fi | and » core » of pictures—wiil bo t , H *« * a IIBBBB « BT W sent FREE to anyone Inter- )* S ^ . TW ^^ T ^ ested ID chickens . The m t , j B &a...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
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FEED FOR CHICKS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

FEED FOR CHICKS . I would like to have you tell through The Ohio Farmer the directions for making feed for young chickens . We buy it in market for 3 cents per lb ., but that is too expensive . I think it can be prepared at home for less . I want the kinds of grain , seeds , etc ., how to prepare it and how to proportion It . This will be beneficial to many of your readers as well as myself . —¦ Mrs . Ruth E . Crites , Ashland Co ., 0 . Chicks should be fed absolutely nothing until after they are 24 hours old . After that time they can be fed the same materials that are given to adult fowls , provided the latter are properly fed . You can make a properly balanced ration by combining any of the following : 1 lb . meat scrap to 15 lb . wheat 1 lb . scrap to 12 % lb . rye ; 1 lb . scrap to 28 lb . oats ; 1 lb . scrap to 8 lb . corn . Or you can use milk to balance the ration as follows : 7 lb . milk to 3 lb . wheat ; 20 lb . milk to 7 lb . rye ; 20 lb . milk to 17 lb . oats ; 48 lb . m...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
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CARE OF INCUBATOR CHICKS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

CARE OF INCUBATOR CHICKS . I note a request for experience in raising incubator chicks until two weeks old . While I have not had an extended experience in raising chicks in a brooder , still I have had some experience in that line , enough to succee d , and also to fail a time or two . Our most successful rearing until two weeks old was in a combination incubator , with a brooder on top of incubator . When the egg chamber was at about the proper temperature the brooder was at about 96 degs . F ., and the temperature would rise , if the temperature arose in the egg chamber . There was an attached yard with wire netting around it and the feed was put in a tin can holding about a pint and set in the yard . Coarse corn meal and corn bread was used mostly for food . A shallow drinking vessel was used . Sometimes water was put in it and at other times sweet milk . The feed was fed dry . After the chicks got started to growing they were watered from a round bottle with a large neck . The ...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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INCUBATOR AND CHICK NOTES . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

INCUBATOR AND CHICK NOTES . Be sure to get the best grade of oil and keep the lamps well cleaned and wicks properly trimmed . The manner in which the wick is trimmed has a great deal to do with the heat inside the incubator . If a strong heat is needed in order to keep the temperature right , trim the wick square across . In warm weather when little heat is needed , trim it round , so the flame will be pointed . Do not close the machine up air-tight while the chicks are hatching ; they need air to breathe and often suffer for lack of it The doors , of course , should not be opened oftener than is necessary , but the ventilator should be open , a little , most of the time . In warm weather , all the time . There are several different causes of bowel trouble in chicks , too high temperature during incubation and improper feeding being the most common . Bread , crumbled fine , is better for them than hard-boiled eggs . There are quite a number of prepared mixtures on the market which a...

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
INCREASING THE PRICE OF GRAIN . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

INCREASING THE PRICE OF GRAIN . A hundred White Leghorn chickens were cooped off and a record was kept of the amount of different kinds of grain fed ; also the number of eggs produced . The experiment covered the two months , from Jan . 1 to March 1 . The grain fed was as follows : Mornings , 10 quarts of oats ; noon , 4 quarts of oats ; night 10 quarts of shelled corn . The average price of oats and corn was 32 c per bushel . This would make the value of the grain about lc a quart , and as the entire amount of grain fed during the day was 24 quarts , the cost of grain for keeping the flock was about 24 c a day . Besides , the grain , same meat scraps and other refuse from the kitchen was fed , but as this has practically no value , the cost of keeping the entire flock was about 25 c per day . The number of eggs produced varies all the way from two dozen in the be ginning to four dozen at the end of the recorded experiment , but the average is about three dozen per day . The average...

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Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

TIREDANDSICK(IV^lllir^YETMUSTWORK¥fmMmfMan may work from sun to sua I fK ± wMK ^^ K ^ \ A but woman s work is never done , // * pf ™ ^ , < \\ and pretty , the children well dressed ; \ ^ * JR II :: i ; tr ] ilUhi 11 and tid y , women overdo and oftuu . II jL . _ / A L . \\ suitor in silenoe , drifting along from \\ .- •, vdMB K ^^ im mm * . • j ] bad t o wo r se , knowing well that \\ J ^ SaflRS ft ? iflrPPlk v / they ought to have lielp to overcome . WJW mrQfQrC jff * IXf /\ the pains and aches which dail y ( y ^ g ^ SmmtWmAtK ^^^^ \ make life a burden . Z ~ - ^ B ~ m B ^ Ssal & ^ - ^& ili- / It is to these women that Lydia / c- ^\ l ^^ S ^ m ^ r ^ Wf ^^ ™ r ^ y ^^ E . Pinkham s Veget a bl e Compoun d , [ KZ \ X ^>^* K r ~ jJ ^ ft made from native roots and herbs , ^ S ^ = ^ »*^ S u 1 i liiSC ^ -y ^^ Clw comes as a blessing . When the spir- D 111 ^—< rV _ cf its are depressed , the head and back MRS . AUG . LYON aches there a...

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Page 23 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

COMEINTOTHEFOLD.ftBB gjBo one of the successful poultrrmon . Our people make money oat of chickens . They run I The Petaluma Incubator alWepay I land Brooder too . PerfectreRnlatlonol H ^ M the I Ihcat , air and moisture . Awarded Cold . mmT § freight , ml I Medal St . Louie and Portland ExpoelI mm mt •^¦ •tlona . The catalopie Is free . Write tar It , FETAIUMA INCUBATOR CO ., Box 15 , PeUImnt . CtL We Can Save You Money tfonly $ 7 . 90 yB We buy material to the bent advantage W « mannfacturoatl leastexpenio . Victor machine * gWcyoamoitforyourmeDoy I a * our free books will ihow . Jim nay on a postal Scud Vio- I tor Book and «* H us tho site machine you want and let oe I giro yoo our gp « lal prices . « ro . Kite ! Co .., Qulofy , ! ¦ . ¦ An Incubator P . ? , ° .,, rio Thermometer le needed In ita operation . OUR NEW AUTOMATIC BUCKEYE INCUBATOR ALL METAL . Fire Proof Continuous Hatcher . Every cubic Inch of egg ohombore name heat all the time . Imposslblo to overheat . Less Kuel . ...

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

BeforeYouBuild- [ Be sure you BET SAMPLES and prices of ParoidRoofingJust to compare with others to see how much more flexible and durable it is . Send your name to-day . Enclose 4 cents in stamps and we will send you our 48 page book Plans For Farm Buildings . r W Rlpol 8 Cnn - ^ msi ., K ., I , v . ip „! ., n , „ . r . If . DIlU & OUn , l * tf 3 lloaailaoekllldf ., Clilfl . so . Established IH 1 ? .

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I GRANGE 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

I GRANGE 1 AMONG OHIO GRANGES . Munson Grange , Geauga Co ., has 117 members , and more are coming in Boon . Sebrlng News , Columbiana Co ., 0 „ of Feb . 12 contains a quotation , headed , Value of the Grange to the farmer , from Aaron Jones s address to the Indiana State Grange . This is the sort of Grange items that creates substantial gains for the Grange in the communities whose local papers publish them . The Sebring News usually has Grange news in it , often of just this character—the reason probably being that the editor , G . W . Kunkle , is an active member of the local grange in his section and lecturer of the Columbiana Co . Pomona . Till MlllI . I . 00 . At the regular meeting of Royal Grange , Feb . 28 , there were visitors from Gustavus , Bloomfield and Mecca Granges . A class of four received the third and fourth degrees , after which warm sugar was served to all . Each grange represented was reported In excellent condition , Gustavus having taken in over 40 new membe...

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Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

1\/tf^^O\\#**2/k»/¥%OnlytheRichCanAffordPoorPaintIf one is rich enoug h to repai n t his buildings every year for the p leasure of having a change of color scheme , the quality of Ihe paint used may cut little ligure . But if it is desirable to cut the painting bills down to the least amount possible per year , it is of the utmost importance that the paint be made of the purest of White Lead and the best of Linseed Oil . There arc imitations—hosts of them—in the form of alleged White Lead , a n d there are substitutes—another long list—in the form of ready-prepared paints . We guarantee our White Lead to be absolutely pure , and the Dutch Boy on the side of every keg is your safeguard . Look for him . SEND FOR BOOK •A Talk on Paint . Riven valuable information on the paint subject . Sentfreeuponreguest . NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY in whichever of the following cities * is nearest yoii . * New York . Boston , Buffalo , Cleveland . Cincinnati , Chicago . St . Louis Ihilaael 6 liia [ John T...

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Page 24 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

WillYouJustTrye.Pairofll^RUBBERHIDEBOOTS¦]A 4 Atii , DUL The Rubber Boot With a At UMr KISK Sewed Leather Sole « HH * HIB , ^ H ¦^ PHB 1 Yon boot will keep your feet \ \ ^ ^ r trm , w ;]| keep your feet comfortable A ^ Ar that will uive you long and durable service , and ¦ } ESSS AMMT that will be genuinely economical . ArnKKw / BfiB Amy Then try the Rubberhide Boot at our risk . It lasts longer-u mW £ p s £ JS i ! 2 Am ? more comfortable nnd gives better service than any other iub- ^ Mp v -J . ••- ; s » MMT It is the only rubber boot with a aewed leather solo . ,- ^ MmMW ! ^ 8 * H Am Madeof the purest rubber , with heavy leather outsolc , MM i ! lji ^« JS (<* 5 f 3 P AW and leather innersolo , with a rubber welt and middle • ^^ S r ^ S tr ^ tJ L MW solo , all joined together ( without pogs or nails ) , and joined ° *^^ MW to the upper so securely that a team of horscs _ can t puil ^ o ^^^^^^^ o ^ H Wr Mm them apart . And not a drop of water can find its way in . ^ M m Tl...

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WEST VIRGINIA STATE GRANGE . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

WEST VIRGINIA STATE GRANGE . The 35 th annual session was held , for the ninth time , at Charleston , W . Va „ Jan . 24-26 . Fifty-five delegates ¦ were present , beside a goodly number of visitors . West Virginia has about 5 , 000 members of the Grange . This is reported to have been the best session ever held . There was a general discussion of separating the West Virginia Agricultural College from the State University , and the following committee was appointed to look after obtaining an appropriation for accomplishing this : J . B . Garvin , H . B . Wilkinson , C . C . Brown . To obtain better representation of farmers on the board of regents of the State University , S . W . Moore , A . E . Wilkinson and E . J . Humphreys were appointed as committee to interview the governor to this end . A resolution protesting against the enactment of the ship subsidy bill now before Congress was unanimously passed . The officers elected for the ensuing two years are : Master , T . C . Atkeso...

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Page 25 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

/EUREKA-JgfiJ^HARNESSproa.-oiLlMakes harness proof against heat and moisture . Gives a glossy black finish . Prevents rot . Imparts pliability , strength- and durability to leather . Saves bills and mishaps . Keeps a new harness looking new and makes an old harness look like new . Contains nothing roug h to cut and chafe . For asde troubles use BOSTON COACH AXLE OIL Better nnd more economical than castor oil . Will not gum or corrode . Lasting , veliriWe , satisfactory . Highest Award World s Columbian Exposition . Sold everywhere—all sizes . MAl-K BY STANDARD OIL COMPANY . Incorporated ¦ ——— IFRFEMPIREHHPFENCEgBBELASTS. . ^ ^ . ^ L . - . ^ The life of a fence Is sajjaiii— jr TSTi no longer than the life of the smallest wires in it . Rust soon eats through a small wire . There are no small wires in EMPIRE . Every wire is of uniform size . The Knot , stays , latterals are ALL No . 9 HARD STEEL WIRE heavily galvanize *! . Every rod Is guaranteed . Slilpp-fda . ll woven ready to sot up...

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Page 25 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

Am ^ lir ^ . ^^ . _^ . •ii ^ Si tfHHlfc *^^ j ~ ^^^^ m ^ K * t ** ¦* ¦ * * £ » Z ^^ LVaUB ^feiceisbesl?Everyone knows that wire fence is the best and cheapest fence . We have always been the largest builders of wire fence . We make and sell more fence than all other fence manu-. facturers put together . So the improvements we are constantly making in AMERICANFENCEcosting thousands of dollars in research , experiment and brainwork—in reality only cost us one-half as much per rod of fence as they would cost any other fence manufacturer . That s why we have been able to make and keep AMERICAN Fence the Standard of the World . That s why we have been able to make so many improvements in AMERICAN Fence—thus decreasing its cost to you per rod per year s wear . NOTE—I want to send you the combination key-rinp . shown in the corner , with our compliments , as a continual reminder of AMERICAN Fence . Wo register your name and number on our books , and return keys without cost , if found and ...

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"The Blood is Tho Hie . " [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907

The Blood is Tho Hie . Science has never gone beyond tha above simple statement of scripture . But it has illuminated that statement and given it a meaning ever broadening with the increasing breadth of knowledge . When the blood is bad or impure it is not alone the body which suffers through disease . The brain is also clouded , Hho mind and Judgement are effected , anu ^ iany an evil deed or impure ^ o ^ htNa ^ jjo ^^ riirec ^ y traced to the lmpui « yof the Cri >«( £ > Foul , impure blood can If maile piiro hv tlieiise of Dr . Pierce s Goldfin Medical Discovery ^ , It enriches a , nri nwrilipa the hlifod ThVr » h Y curing , pknpies , blotches , eruptions and other cutaneous affections , as eczema , tetter , or sait-rheum , hives and other manifestations of impure blood . ® ® ® ® ® ® In the cure of scrofulous swellings , enlarged glanas , open eating ulcers , or old sores . Alio Golden Medical Biscovery has performed the most marvelous cures . In cases of old...

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