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LIVE STOCK [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 December 1908
LIVE STOCK A PRACTICAL HOG HOUSE THE most approved hog house has an alley through the center with pens on both sides with cates placed conveniently to change the hogs from one pen to another as wanted . Hog houses are for u ^ se in winter only . Hogs should never be shut up in a house in summer weather , but fait pigs must have a house to properly care for them during the winter , not necessarily a warm house , but a place that can be well ventilated and that may be kept clean . You want a pen about twelve feet square with an elevated nest in one corner or along one side . The side nest offers less opportunity to pile up . The only way to keep a hog house clean is to have the floot ^ of cement with incline enough . so it may be scraped with a hand scraper and occasionally washed with a hose . Hogs may be kept clean like other animals if the owner is determined to do so . Increased growth and extra prices will make it pay . From five to ten hogs in a pen according to size is enough ....
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 December 1908
TRAPPERS—FUR TRADERS Ship your furs direct to the World s largest Fur market , where prices are always highest . Write tor our latest Price List , giving highest prices for Furs and Pelts ol all kinds from all section * . It s FREE . HVERS-BOYu COMMISSION CO ,, ST . LOUIS , « 0 . Ae . Arm . Ai . A MONTH , •••&gt; Expense sllomnce at start , to put CQfl out Mereta ^ e 4 Grocery CMsloea . Moll order taw « p « 7 V American Homo Supply Co ., Desk a D . Chicago , IU .
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 December 1908
9 ^ lj ^^___^^__^___ i ^________^_ s ___ i } P^ WHAT , GENUINE HJEASURT 5 ^ lb receive fes a . gift ; j WEBSTERS INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY It is th BEST GIFT . A uVary fa a tinib Toluae . of content strrica aadnlu to the horns , professional udtKuiaest Bum , smd tlit stndist . Th * work aanrsn colTecllrsJlldniUrfo ^ s « tkio » i » !»!*»«» , ilwutpUeoj , rims , M , BUM iajktfakJ _** jga words , IM attar other rahjett * . Z 3 M PatWl ^ ¦ ratratioiis . EnUrfed by 25 , &lt; KH &gt; AoVUHoaaI Worts . Usefoj . Attract ™ , Usunr . IbaccsncyisnnaBOsaoned . laafsBdaattorir / forlka U . S . SapKBto Court surf ii lbs Slats ) SUBKBC Courts . WEBSTERS COLLEGIATE DICTIONAKT . Iainstabifeint * rt « fi «* IattmstJrasl . TitlUirWr Edition li • roal tern of kookatakbf tawuTjswM for tndbsua and coBTtolsnce . A Choice Gift . HIS Paces . HWUtastrauoas . WrIUfcr * Wotlon » r 7 Wrtalls « i suidSp « : lin « iiP «« M , iXU , HcoUonlajronrraqnostxmsPusuoiTioMaBd reoeire a tuefUMt of ColoredMsp...
THE FARM VETERINARY [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 December 1908
THE FARM VETERINARY DEHORNING . w ore humane to dehorn calves 11 . use of caustic , pptash when the by ore Just starting than to use the borns the horns after , they have desaV , ! ° J Also the task is easier at the Ve r pe neriod . The operation with causear e l , h should be made before the tlC , ( is nine days old . The better time is in the calf is from two to five days M The hair should be clipped away ft around the horns . A stick of causc potash should be rolled in paper , • th one end of the caustic bare . This ton-Id be slightly moistened and the tips f the horns rubbed . for about fifteen ° onds or until the potash has made a it impression on the tip of the horn . The treatment should . be given two , three of four times , according to the of the animal and the size of the horns , about five minutes being allowed to elapse between the applications . If little blood appears in the centre of the horn it will then be necessary only tog ive a slight rubbing with the potash . f...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 December 1908
« M * w ^ « a _ yi fj ^ £% | K you have land , horses , cattle , sheep § 4 A 1 * £ _\ l _\ I * 1 ^ W I swine , ehickens or any kind o £ farm proM . _ f \ __ , V IT * JLj J . V mj • duce that you desire to sell , why not advertise it in Farm Press , which goes into nearly 200 , 000 farm homes , largly In the middle west . An inch advertisement , one time will cost you very little and you can talk to 200 , 000 farmers . Did you ever think what this might mean to you in selling cattle , hogs , poultry , etc . It is the royal road to success all the time . If you have anything to sell , adrertise it . Submit your advertisement , we will tell you what it will cost , and we will help you . Write today . Address , FARM PRESS , 162 Ohio Street , CHICAGO , ILL . wanted a public spirited man or woman In every community-a woman or man who puts home children and humanity above every other consideration ; who belongs to any church or no church , but who is willing to do a little work for the gen...
A FARMERS' BANK [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 December 1908
A FARMERS BANK An agricultural bank is being establi s hed in Brazil for the purpose of developing plantations along modern lines . It is in conformity with the .. general plan to aid the agricultural interests of the country by loaning money on agricultural security to encourage development of the resources of the country . The business of the bank is practically limited to the extension of credit to agricultural interests by discounting mortgages and notes taken from planters and agricultural societies at a low rate of interest for periods not exceeding one year . The bank is the result of long agitation from the agricultural interests because of long standing complaints on account of lack of facilities for borrowing money to carry on the business of ranching . The intention is to stop the mortgaging of crops to Shylock dealers to carry the planter during the growing season . GRAIN OK LIVESTOCK FARMING The habit of advising every farmer to keep x more livestock to improve his land...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 December 1908
FUBUSHBS MONTHLY BY FARM PRESS PUBLISHING CO . 164 Ohio St ., CHICAGO , ILL , Entered as Second-Class matter Dec . to , X 906 at the Postoffice at Chicago , III . underact of Match 31 . * 8 j * . TERMS : Subscription . s $ cents a year . Five Years Subscript Hon : | x . oo . Remittances ! Send money In the way most safe and con * venient ; address to the FARM PRESS , 164 H . Ohio St , Chicago . Renewals . 1 Each subscriber Is notified by letter of the exptratfon of his subscription . He should notify us at once If he desires his paper discontinued ; otherwise we would assume that he wishes the paper and will pay when convenient . Chmnge of Addreant Subscribers desiring 1 change of address should give old as well as new residence . Please write plainly .
XHE FARMERS'FORUM [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 December 1908
XHE FARMERSFORUM ^ HE cOUBflW COMMISSION i preS ident Roosevelts request for sugi . s as to what may be-done to lmS estlon ricu ltural conditions is bringing pr ° V m 7 ny interesting replies , among ° Ut ne from an Indiana farmhand JJ , well deserves republication . The -ifhlvf been a farmhand just long ntieh to learn the cause of so many . And daughters and , well-meaning , rffable farmhands . leaving the beautiful | m and country and going to the city . A lack of order and system on the farm id too long hours for a day is what is riving the best minds from the farm to the city and shop . What can we expect ¦ of a hand , or the farmer s wife and her uosterity , in the way of intellectual deidopment when they get out of their beds at 3 : 30 in the morning and work irom that time until 8 or 9 p . m . ? And „ o attention is paid to the sanitary conditions of the home and necessary conveniences on the farm for doing the i arm work with the least labor and t me .. - This man has given ...
ORCHARD AND GARDEN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 December 1908
ORCHARD AND GARDEN WINTER PRUHIHG BEST When to prune is another common question . There are a great many ideas in regard to the time to prune trees . Since the healing , of trfe . wound depends upon the activity of the cambium it would seem , other things being favorable , the quicker the healing begins the better it is for the tree . The healing goes on faster in the spring after the plant starts to grow . Taking into consideration the healing of the wounds and the activity of the cambium the better time to prune would be in the spring before growth begins . This does not mean , however , that trees cannot be pruned in the winter . Trees may be pruned any time after the leaves fall off , but the earlier the pruning is done in the fall or winter the longer it will take the wounds to heal over . , A WINTER TASK Indianas State Entomologist , Mr . B . W . Douglass , urges all who own orchards to spray for the San Jose scale . The spraying of trees to kill the scale is not an expensive ...
FROM THE EXPERIMENT STATION [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 December 1908
FROM THE EXPERIMENT STATION TO GROW HEMP IN WISCONSIN Experiments in the growing of hemp in Wisconsin will be conducted by the agronomy department of the University of Wisconsin in co-operation with the U . S . department of Agriculture and the State Board of Control . The farms of the state penitentiary at Waupun , the Mendota Insane Asylum , and the Agricultural Experiment Station at Madison have been chosen for the experiments , which will be carried on under the supervision of L . H . Dewey , a government agronomist . The plan is to discover what soils in this state are best adapted to the culture of hemp , and whether crops can be produced at a price to make possible its use for binder twine . Experiments will also be made with various machines for the separation of the fibers from the plant , and to discover the economic value of hemp as a rotation crop . The agronomy department of the university is in correspondence with all of the main hemp producing districts of the country...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 December 1908
i ®^ WHERE FARMERS EARN igi mmm 4 $ 35 TO $ 300 PER ACRE PROFIT Bl every year . Where Fanners set rich raising- alfalfa , grain , sugar beets , cantaloups ^ J ^ J Where you can earn as much in one year as you now do in fhree years on a larger farm , ana livelontrer and happier in this , the finest climate on earth . WE ARTE NOW OFFERING 10 , 000 ACRES OF SUCH LAND to farmers , fruit growers and investors in tracts to suit , on easy terms . This landi toi to toe famous Rooky Ford district , the heart of the cantaloup and sugar beet industry . B ««« *** tories surround the tract . No more productive soil in the world . S « far beete , cantatoupes , fruits , grain and alfalfa bring enormous yields . Main line of the Santa Fettavemes thtt trsct . lt adjoins the thriving city of Va Junta . Cpop . 6 , 500 ) . It is not like ee hng ; in to » new country , but when you buy this land you can feel that you are going to live In a communily tnat is keepinar step with progress . This land is sur...
, ffE FARMER'SLAWVT ? P -k * m ——¦ gg ^ 1 **** [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 December 1908
, ffE FARMERSLAWVT ? Pk * m ——¦ gg ^ 1 **** . „« ential element of a valid sale , ^ . tiSruished from an exchange , is •* dlSt , wice , either fixed by an agrees 1 0 , capable of being ascertained fl 1 the agreement of the parties . roin . ,, Carruthersville Hardware Co . st ? u \ ho Southwestern Rep . 619 . ( M 0 / , . f f ! , ternal beneficial insurance com- , can compel payment of assessP % . under its laws by suspension or u Jwise but cannot go into court and I member for an assessment . Su811 L Lodge Knights of Honor v . Sta ( Iai ) . 84 Northeastern Rep . 837 . The Washington Supreme Court has i -iSed that in a-suit by a husband and ; I to recover money lost by the husfirl at gambling , it is not essential . M the money lost should have be- - «» d to either the husband or wife . £ wley v . Taylor , 95 Pacific Rep . 1016 . The deception practiced in obtaining ffloney under false pretenses , within the meaning of the criminal laws , must be JL , a material point , its falsity mu...
FARM FTJNNYGRAPHS [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 December 1908
FARM FTJNNYGRAPHS Does it pay to advertise ? It does . Take , for instance , the case of Farmer Fatkins . He wanted a boy on the place . He advertised in his county paper and he got two . They were twins . Casey : How do you tell the age of a turkey ? Pat : By the teeth . Casey : A turkey hasnt got teeth . Pat : No ; but I have . This soil isn t very productive round here , is it ? asked the man from the city . It s made me rich , answered the man in the field . I dug up , one day last week , a jug full o gold pieces thatd been buried before the war . Every once in a while I read in the papers about folks goin to town an buyin 1 green goods or gold bricks . Some farmers ain t got their eye-teeth cut yet . That s so , assented Mrs . Broadfields . Why , just last week Silas sent away two dollars fer socks ye can t wear holes in . Deacon Tubbs-Hello , Hank ! That air nag o yourn is gittin too poor to cast i ehadder any more . Bout time he had » few oats agin . Hank—Don t know ez my nag...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 December 1908
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PGUUSI [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 December 1908
PGUUSI A SMALL POULTRY HOUSE A LITTLE two story poultry house that looks like a plaything , but this house is alright so far as it goes . It is especially valuable for a boy who would like to start in the poultry business but cannot afford a more expensive house . This little house is four feet wide and twelve feet long with a scratching shed the full size oh the ground under the floor . This space underneath is two feet high and the windows should extend well across the front side . A runway for the chickens to get up and down the stairs is made by sawing off one wide floor board and hinging itin such a way as to let one end drop to the ground . When this is raised up it fits the opening in the floor and it should be fitted with jambs to keep the cold from coming through the cracks . The nest boxes and roosts are loose so that they may be moved about for cleaning or taken out at any time and put back as needed . It is not intended that any one will find it necessary to &gt;...