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Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1908

sAt 3 ! I^ MP EMM BIB SAURIES SfrS ! * t to be one by mail in tight weeks and assist you to secure a position with a reliable firm . Hundreds oi of our graduates placed in good positions . Salesmanship lathe easiest , most pleasant , well paid profes sion in the world , and the demand always exceeds die supply , A good Salesman is always sure of a Ksition because he produces tbe business that eps the wheels of commerce turning , and is the one man the employers cannotgetalone without . Instead or being contented with a poorly paid position , earn a bteMlsry as an expert salesman . Our free book , r A Knight of the Grip will show you how . Write or call for it today . Address Dept 240 National Salesman s Trahtaa Association NewYort , GMcago , Kansas City . Minneapolis . San Fraud ** k mt A AdSrm , nmr & t ojftee , meiUion paper . A * 3 M < flM * Jawelad Watches V ^ JftMB Ta latrodoM our radii ofir on 81 jmbd MtafaM w » A ^ kXmWMmmMMMMa ?^^ *¦** W T *&am...

Publication Title: Farm Press
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m Profitable Business [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1908

m Profitable Business Any Man or Woman Can Make a lot Pf Money and Make It Right af Home . FOR OVZR TWENTY YEARS WE HAVE BEEN HELPING Mm r \ m WOMEN To Make Money at Home . . | E OF CUR SUCCESSFUL HOHEY MAKERS H . „ to make money without % large capital has always . hied men and wom ? n , . and never more than in these days . « have helped thousands ojE PSQple to do this , who are not If to do hard work . And thousands oi widows , through have been able to care for their-families and educate s - children . One womah writes us : « r was left a widow Twith house mortgaged . For three „„ T have worked fpr . ypti . I have paid off the mortgage , I ,. Ji 100 . 00 in the bank ,, anp nave paid all the expenses Tnne child at aboarding school , and cared for the others . horae A man who lost his position writes us : « Tt was a god-send to me when I took up your work . I Y almost down to rny last dojjar and my family was suf- ,,: „» Since taking Up ypur work , I have ! far more money fan I ev...

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Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1908

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Publication Title: Farm Press
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THE BEST DAYS OF ALL [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 December 1908

THE BEST DAYS OF ALL When the flowers all have withered , and the leaves are brown and red , When the birds nests , are vacant and their farewells are said , There s a silence , but a gladness of the coming of the fall , That brings the happy farm days , days that are the best of all . THE PARCELS POST Caw ! Caw ! The old crow is dying , and thc parcels post will finish him . THE death-struggle of a strong ly intrenched 1 error is 1 not a pleasant thing to look upon . In his prime , sleek aridVfat , even a carrion crow has his points of beauty , and his song is » ot unmusical . But , old ^ starvcd , sick , drooping , what a disgusting , ill-smelling wretch he is I There was ohce a sleek , fat crow who called . himself Legitimate Trade Relations . He posed , not as a crow , but as a bird of paradise , hatched on high , patron of churches , supporter of education , necessary to manJs ^ very existence . His pedigree was : , Jobber , out of Manufacturer . Retailer , out of Jobber . Cons...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 December 1908

& £ ^| _ 6 _ ll 3 b 0 ) 27 | | flDdn-. ; * _ LiilL 28 | itjaufc .- _ 2 _ JLii s-LM1 ! friZZ JL 11 li 25 «S3 j gat 5 | 12119 | 26 fSr | Ifljpg ^^ The F ARM PRESS is published monthly at 162 Ohio St ., Chicago , at the subscription price ol 25 cents a year , or five years Ior | i . oo . It is edited with scrupulous care for the benefit and interest of the farmer and his family . , ..,. ., .. » Everv advertisement in these columns has the endorsement and lit aotee of the FAR * PRESS behind it . NO SWINDLER HAS MONEY ENOUGH TO BUY SPACE IN THIS PAPER . as- Mention FARM PRBSS therefore when answering advertisements , • — FRED - K L , CHAPMAN , Editor .

Publication Title: Farm Press
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C ^ { [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 December 1908

C ^ { LOF TH ^ H * 1 ^* AWm-1 l ¦ fll - Jl r - l ¦ ¦ ~ Tl (\ - ~— -m \ V ~~~ 1 fH 1 fll Wy- ^ -m ^ Ammmmmmm . MtrVgryV ^ . . . ^ ZsUu \\\ T * £ ! mmm \\*?~\ » - | - » HE other day I asked Secretary Wilson-what I his friends , the farmers , have added v to the * wealth of the country this year . We . are at work just now getting at the figures , and the total is probably far beyond that of last year , which was $ 7 , 440 , 000 , 000 . And that , is real money , answered the secretary . It is not fictitious , but an actual value . It has all come out of the ground , and is • compensation for the labor of the year . It is wealth that did not exist before . It is all clear gain , and consists of tangible property corn , hay , wheat , cotton and other things , that are needed by everybody and are counted among the necessaries of life—nearly seven and a half billions of dollars—probably the largest sum that was ever added to the wealth of the world by any nation in a single year . What is...

Publication Title: Farm Press
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MR . DOOLEY ON UPLIFTING THE FARMERS [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 December 1908

MR . DOOLEY ON UPLIFTING THE FARMERS N OTHING that • Mr . Dunne has written in many months will be more enjoyed by the readers of Farm Press than the following , which originally appeared in the American Magazine : Well , sir , said Mr . Dooley , I see that me fri nd Tidddy Rosenfelt has appinted a commission to make th wives iv th farmers happy though marrid . What are they onhappy about ? asked Mr . Hennessy . Faith , I don t know , said Mr . Dooley . But Tiddy Rosenfelt has a fri nd that says they re wretched . Tis conthry ; to me own idee iv what Hogan calls the boocolick life . I ve often thought that if Jawn D . Rockefeller iver wint crazy fr m th dhrink an left me a fortune iv two or three hundherd dollars Id l ave th sinseless luxury iv th rollin -mjll disthrict an buy an estate out among th billboards an settle down with th hardy agaricoolchrists an mangle th stubborn glebe , as Shakespeare says . Twas me hope so to end me days . I mver see manny farmers . They dont get out...

Publication Title: Farm Press
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
MULCHING LOW-HEADED APPLE TREES [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 December 1908

MULCHING LOW-HEADED APPLE TREES I HAVE an orchard with about two hundred trees , most of them apples , about seven years old . They are planted on a southeast slope in close , heavy clay , in rows about thirty feet apart , and the trees are twenty feet apart in the row . The trees have not been trimmed at the btotom and the limbs are so close to the ground that we cannot dig under them successfully and cannot possibly plow , Brier bushes , weeds , and especially sage grass , is interfering badly . . Some of the low limbs are two and one-half inches in diameter close to the trunk . The trees have heavy tops . Should I trim the trees up or cultivate , around them and let the low limbs grow ? The fruit is well selected . J . L . Answer . You base a splendid opportunity to show what can be done by mulching . Two hundred trees may be cultivated to advantage by spreading coarse manure around the trunk , reaching out from four to six feet . Put it on thick enough to kill the grass and weed...

Publication Title: Farm Press
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KILLING WOODCHUCKS [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 December 1908

KILLING WOODCHUCKS W ILL you kindly give the name of the acid used to destroy woodchucks , and state whether it will kill the so-called pocket gopher ? F . K . C . This remedy consists of bisulphide of carbon , placed in the burrow and all openings carefully closed . The fumes of the drug are deadly to all life , and the woodchucks are soon dead . There is another remedy , however , that we also recommend as effective , cheap and easily applied by any farmer . It was sent to The Agriculturist last June by Mr . William H . • Eldridge , of Beloit , Wis ., and is applied as follows : Wire some corncobs together and then dip them , in kerosene , after which sprinkle a spoonful of sulphur over them and set fire . Push the burning cob well down into the hole and close the opening with a sod to prevent the smoke from escaping . The smoke will penetrate every part of the burrow and kill any animal imprisoned therein . We published this remedy in our July 2 issue and some time after received...

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ALL AROUND THE FARM [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 December 1908

ALL AROUND THE FARM TBE KING SYSTEM OF STABLE VENTILATION THE practical scientific ventilation 0 f stables was first systematically investigated by . JProf , F . H . z . ne formerly of tbe Wisconsin AgHcultural Experiment Station , and he • vented a system so simple and pra eiral that it is known throughout the outry as the King . System It works on the principle of the natural circulation of air . Warm air is iehter than cold air , and Jt rises to he ceiling spreading in different directions to make room for more warm air until it reaches the sides of the room By this timeit has ? loaded up with impurities which weights ft some and in its travels it has become cooler so that the natural currents upon striking the sides of the room are downward . For this reason the worst air in the room rests on the floor and with proper air ducts it may be drawn off at the base of the wall . The King system also provides for the entrance of fresh air by taking it in just above the sill on the outs...

Publication Title: Farm Press
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 December 1908

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THiTcSlr ^ FOR PROFIT [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 December 1908

THiTcSlr ^ FOR PROFIT TWO CAHADIAN CHEESE FACTORIES By Herbert Shearer THE cuts show two distinct styles or fashions in Canadian cheese factories . The first and larger factory has been established for nearly forty years . Of course it has been rebuilt and added to until it probably would be difficult to find the original building , but the general plan remains the same as when the factory was started in a small way with one 600 A CANADIAN CHEESE FACTORY OF FORTY YEARS STANDING | gallon vat , which was heated by making a fire of light pine wood in a circular heater running lengthwise underneath the vat . In the long building nearest the road is the making room . In the far corner partitioned off from the vat room is a forty horsepower boiler and a ten . horse engine . All the work possible is done by machinery , but with all the modern improvements cheese making is still principally done by hand labor . The other building contains the curing room which is an expensive affair . An ex...

Publication Title: Farm Press
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
CHRISTMAS POST CARDS FREE [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 December 1908

CHRISTMAS POST CARDS FREE A Big Package Sent to All of Our Readers Whs Write at once . To any reader of this paper who writes immediately and incloses 2-cent stamp we win mail a set of three most beautiful post cards you ever saw and our big farm paper on tro » 3 mos .: 10 Christmas , floral and motto can * , all different , in exquisite colors , silk rm » n - beautifully embossed , etc ., 10 cts . ; 3 wlij-es 30 cards all different , and one year s sucstnP tion , 25 cents . Address Valley Fanner Postcard Dept ., 545 Jackson St ., Topeka , Kan .

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 December 1908

** V * ~ ^ srSt 3 ^ . Iou ve rafflf Got IV W* Show ^ jlL Are you one o ! those ^^ S ^ r men who have to see it—to believe it ? If you are , we want to do busi- . ness with you , because we believe in letting- a man see and try a Tubular Separator before asking him to buy ; for in the end it means a satisfied customer . Compare a Tubular with any other make and see if it isnt easier to fill , oil , turn , handle and clean , and the simplest machine made . - To prove its efficiency , durability and economy , try on 3 . Catalogue 261 tells how . Sent free upon request . THE SHARPIES SEPARATOR CO , West Chester , Penna . Toronto , Can . Ssn Francisco , Cslif . Chicago , HI . i ^ l ^ fTHE WORLDS BEST I ff ^ l CREA MII| lClSEPARATORS % HBp KINfi OF THEM ALL J ______ W _ \_ r ^____ r A J * I > u 0 t more thoroughly , H ^ j % j ^ Ejpr » kim mote cream , rum with ^ H kss power and have more practical im- B provemenls than all other makes combined . U . S . Cream Separator * have b...

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THE FARM BUILDEg [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 December 1908

THE FARM BUILDEg FARM BLACKSMITH SHOP E 17 KRY k rm snou , d have a work shop fitted up with a forge , anvil , ., CP drill press and a few common « rJmithi band tools . The building W Ai not be very expensive , nor very ne Twelve by sixteen feet will be ^ enough to get a horse in for shoeing ^ ^ r TV . 7 I It is not always advisable for a farmer to undertake shoeing . Still I often think a farmer knows more about a horse s foot than some blacksmiths do . Any farmer can learn to shoe a horse if he will study the conformation of a horse s foot , then study the peculiarities of each individual horse before fitting the shoes , but the farm blacksmith shop is more for the purpose of keeping farm implements and tools in good repair . It is easy to make a bolt by cutting off a piece of round rod the length required and running a thread on each end , then use two nuts instead , of the usual head on one end and a nut on the other . After the nuts are screwed on the ends may be riveted enough...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 December 1908

that ^^§ P^ i ^^ £ ^^ Doesn t 3 jf || fi <. Fh ISM g o up ^^ j ^ i ^ p ^ the / fee ^^^ You receive intense , direct heat if ^* * \ Jh V ^ torn every ounce of fuel burned— ) ! ( ^ there are no damp chimneys or long ^ pipes to waste the heat from a flsHBHHBHHi ^ B PERFECTION Oil Heater ( Equipped with Smokeless Device ) Carry it from room to room . Turn the wick high __ or low no bother—no smoke—no smell—automatic JB smokeless device prevents . Brass font holds 4 quarts , F ~^ \ burns 9 hours . Beautifully finished in nickel or /* * • S ^ japan . Every heater warranted . f \ TfacJS ^ dLamp t ^ tlt t ^ . \ M/ just what you want for the long y ^^ J ^ v evenings . Made of brass , nickel plated—latest im- i ^ J proved central draft burner . Every lamp warranted . ^ ^ iJlr If your dealer cannot supply the Perfection Oil fi . j . Heater or Rayo Lamp write our nearest agency . __ f } s . A * ___•} Am __ STANDARD Oil . COMPANY C ... t ..... - Tn \ »^ A POOR wagon is the poorest kin...

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