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Page 19 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 December 1914
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Page 19 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 December 1914
Japan * DDESSED DOLL Give * _ ta ^^ The last word in dolls . w ^^ K Th * moat realistic aad 111 e- ^^^^ k . like doll ever manufactMW ** W * M ured . Reproduced from ¦ * • ¦ living models of Japanese ~ W baby girls and boys , with V J exact costumes . Eighteen _—wAa—\ aa _ Inches tall , dressed in true _ mB ____ Wk oriental faahlon . The m _______(_ \ quaintness ot these cnraWBL __ Msm -on &gt; ••• People will ap- ____ ¦ _]«________ peal to the older folks and surety delight the hearts of the Httle folka who receive them . Pressure on the body produces crying or talking sound . Bach doll packed neatly ln a box and aent prepaid for $ 1 . 50 in subscriptions , either at 25 cents a year or 11 . 00 for five yean . New . renewal or extension subscriptions accepted . Offer No . 66 . BETTER FARMIM 141 W . Ohio St . Chieago , III . MMERS NICKEL SILVER Butter Knife and Sugar Shell Given Away FREE I ! w ____ BT _____ l [ i BaamrBsFS ^ l = l ___ S 3 _ l £ . ¦__ = _______ . H ____ H ___...
Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 December 1914
^ ^ s The greatest drudgery the fanner s wife has tp contend with ^ washing clothes . Laundry workers ^ often iwiMjed toas the slp ^ eft of the wash tub , Forthet &gt; u &gt; y farmer s wife , who has her hajidty * fill fK ^ iifit ^ t li ) Sunday , washing day it a heavy burdenrrit truly is riaverjr ^ fri ^ ingc- X . a ____ y $ i __ H ^ // ^ : « lW G _ WS 3 i-fffi WAGING MACWNE * , „ To __ „ , From the day that your ^ wife installs one of these machines , Ihe terrors / / That is a mighty hard • tt ? rBpt to use of the weekly Ssiays ^^ X / about friend wife bk you hate got to tub wash da , y &gt; 0 aWv » mif begintvat sunrise andsometimes finishes at X X admU that tbemb , rub v nib , tba 6 k-btea ^ suajsetr-jroe fun day-is _ now a matter of an hour or two . The / / jjj- work attached to the old fashioned style lucky possessors of The 1900 Gasoline Washing Machine , S S Qf w | aiiing flay , fe tantamount fo ^ theyolce of can begin , their weekly wash right afte...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 January 1915
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 January 1915
_ Hp ^^ fr s * r % _ __ r U _ H _ _ ii _ nM | 9 UCNWWST I At I nilf * V ^ _/ il _ 9 I _ _ iii _^^_^ SR 3 ^ ___ i ___ HB _ - __ . &lt; % _ &gt; __ r ^ I f I I ^ __ - __ - » - _ l _ # - &gt; - ^ _ --S - te - _ - » ^ __ - __ I _ T _» L _ l _^_ - ¦___ - ¦__________ AmmM ___!¦ __ . ___ • ___ ••_ - __ •__ . I l ^ m ^ fk ^ * rarm I I ^^^ 1 ^^^ Canadian Pacific I I « _ TJOME where rich , fertile soil awaits your plow , and where hogs , sheep , horses and cattle briny bi * profits . I _ _ 0 I We hive your new home ready for yot , in the fertile Canadian West . Here you have highly productive god III I -gocdch _ nate-ready _ iarkets- ^ nexc _ illed transportation—fine churches and educational facilities—live near IH I I V-- 1 I established to wns— and all the comforts of c __ li _ a _ o _ . .... _ . ... _ , ____ H 1 I _____ I The Government reports prove the yields on our lowpnced land—you have plenty of wild pasture—you « _____________ can fatten livestock quickly—you...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 January 1915
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3 Ianuarp [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 January 1915
3 Ianuarp Sun . 3 _ J __ i __ p _ Don . ______ !__ . ___ Sues . _ LJ __ ii ___ mnc .. 6 13 20 27 gbttr , 7 _ i 4 21 _ 28 _ fTie . 1 _ 8 15 22 29 $ at 2 9 16 23 30 ____________________ s __________ n ________________ _____ no opportunity tot improvement . Xet tbe old seat see tbe beatb of tb _ faults , tbe flew Vear tbe birtb of ftesb euoeavor . _ : ___ inbeeb will tbe future sear bestow on tbee content of minb and welUfilleb coffers . —Old English Saying . * * »
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 January 1915
OUIADVEtnsnG POUCT No advertisement Is . Tinted tn Better Fanning at any Price except It comes from a man or firm of k __ ra __ gr _ y . We exercise all possible precaution for tbe pro tec tlon of our subscribers , aad we allow no advertiser to offer our readers something tbat we would not willingly buy and willingly try If we stood In similar need of that which ls offered . In answering advertisements subscribers msy refer to Better Farming . By so doing they will be assured the best of treatment , for advertisers know they can only use our paper on condition that every promise the . make I * f _ l ____ j fallailed . Every advertisement tn these columns has the endorsement of Better Farming behind It No swindler has money enough to buy space In this paper . tW Mention Better Fanning therefore when answering advertlsmeats .
This Month [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 January 1915
This Month What do you think of Better Farming this month ? * * * Fill out the year by striking a balance and planning to turn over some clean , new leaves for the New Year . • * * Personally , we think the Buy-a-Bull movement , started by the Arkansas Live Stock Association , will do a lot more to help the South out of the rut than the B uy-a-Bale movement . » * * What kind of water , heat , fuel , light , drainage and fresh air supplies have you ? Are they the best you can have ? The country cemeteries are full of graves , opened for those who fell victims to ignorance and neglect in these matters . « * « Don t worry about eating beef , pork or mutton—if you can afford it—as there is no danger from foot-and-mouth disease if the meat is well cooked . The meat that goes through the packing houses will , of course , not carry the disease , as the inspectors will condemn such . « • » Do you realize that Poultry is one of the biggest money making departments of farming . The Incubator ...
The Old Year and The New [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 January 1915
The Old Year and The New Bv ACNES MONTGOMERY . With solemn mien and feeble step The Old Year turns away ; His eye is dimmed , his step infirm , His flowing beard is gray . What need has he for future toil ? Dulled is his scythe s keen blade , He bears ¦ within his arm a sheaf , The souls of monarch , serf , and chief , Of matron , man , and maid . He brought to earth a joyous smile , But in his garnered sheaf He bears full many a perished hope , The faded flower and leaf . He bore to earth a million souls , As many he bears away ; If grief he gave , he garnered grief , If thorn he slew , he took the rose His labor to repay . As midnight bells ring out the hour The stilly silence through , They toll the dirge for the vanished year , And the welcome to the new . Then ring , O bells , and welcome give To the youthful , glad New Year ; Tho the rose be tempered with the thorn Or watered by a tear . _ ji .
What We Think [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 January 1915
What We Think The man who picks his own cross never gets the right one . » * » It is a serious thing to die , but a more serious one to live and not live right . * * * The man who never makes any mistakes never does any work that will outlive himself . * » « It takes more than philosophy to make a man smile when he has the toothache . • Ja tJA aja
Love Is Omnipotent [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 January 1915
Love Is Omnipotent THE closing year and the coming year win have a big page in history . It will not be alone because the greatest of world wars was fought and finished . It must be finished before the new year ends or the whole worlds order will break under the colossal catastrophy . But a greater thing is happening . Above the hoarse cry of battle , we hear the clear voice of Reason , and Reason says firmly that when this world riot ends it will be the end of war forever There can be no other conclusion . Selfpreservation is the first law of Nature . The race will preserve itself from extinction and it will preserve its work which has been centuries building Civilization with its monuments is no tower of Babel that can be arrested or toppled over by confusion of tongues or confusion of counsels . The Slav the Teuton , the Gaul , the Saxon have no nroorietory right to dominate or to precipitate ot Anarchy . The human race is the sole trustee this planet , and out of every kingdom ,...
A Plea for Better Farmers [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 January 1915
A Plea for Better Farmers IN HIS ANNUAL REPORT , which has just been issued , David F . Houston , Secretary of Agriculture , has broken the custom of discoursing at length on department matters and has , instead , given to the country a stirring appeal for better farms and a more wholesome rural life . The bulk of the report is consequently given over to a study of the economic problems of the farm and recommendations of measures by which the farming business in particular and rural life in general can be placed on a firmer basis . The secretary recommends a change in the administering of national forests in the undeveloped sections , so that they will yield at once revenue that can be applied to local development which will further assist communities and aid in the settlement of the territory . Under this plan the department , instead of waiting until timber is actually sold before the unsettled counties gain any revenue from this part of the public domain will underwrite its proan...
. A A Hello ! The Meanest Man is Here [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 January 1915
. A A Hello ! The Meanest Man is Here SOME FELLOW with an eye to the filthy lucre is going to spoil Mrs . Jones and Mrs . Smith s life out on their farms . What do you think he has done , Invented a cutoff affair for rural phone lines so that a person talking can keep all the neighbors from listening . Why , the very ideal Awful , isnt it ? But that s not all of this new thing-a-magtg he has nude and is going to clamp onto our phones . If any of us want to take down the receiver to find out if Mrs . Johnson is really going to order a new parlor sofa now that her Gertrude is taking piano lessons and wearing her hair up , why , there is a buzzer , or something on the new fangled phone that tells who it is that is listening I Why , what are we going to do , exclaims Mrs . Eavesdropper . Except on wash days , when I have to be out in the summer kitchen getting the clothes out , I never miss a word over our line , and it is so friendly like to be able to sit way out here at home and stil...
Farm Hands to Order at Last [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 January 1915
Farm Hands to Order at Last THE GOVERNMENT is going to take a hand in the finding and distribution of farm hands for Mississippi valley farmers . Thanks ! It s about time . The annual waste of time and labor every year in the harvesting of our grain crops is an economic crime . Every year , bankers , railroad executives and boomers send up a mighty howl for 10 , 000 , or 50 , 000 , or 100 , 000 harvest hands for a certain state or section of a state to harvest the bumper crops that are threatening to swamp the farmers who are offering $ 3 to $ 5 per day and begging for hands . There follows a rush to the spots gaining the most publicity , regardless of season of ripening that sweeps from south to north , and thousands of college students , floating laborers and just plain hobos jamb certain points and beg for work , while other sections are short of labor . The men who want work are compelled to work at wages far short of those advertised , and then get work on ! . / spasmodically ,...
AAA Up From Slavery [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 January 1915
AAA Up From Slavery WHETHER OR NOT the race question will ever be solved has nothing to do with this editorial . We wish merely to call the attention of the readers to the marked advance that the black brother has made and is making since the days of slavery . The low literacy census of southern states in the past was laid to the large colored population in the past . Now it is found that the poor white trash in these states is responsible for more of this illiteracy than is the negro . The negro is slowly and steadily working his way out , and education is doing it . Vocational schools for the colored boys and girls is the greatet asset that this movement has had . Last year a colored graduate of one of these schools won the prize from all Missouri for the largest acre yield of corn . In spite of the drought , over 108 bushels of corn were produced from an acre . N . C . Bruce s colored boys at the Bartlett Agricultural and Industrial School for Negroes at Dalton , Missouri , made ...
More Co-opearation Certain [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 January 1915
More Co-opearation Certain WE AMERICANS are going , to be more brother !}/ in giving helping hands in the future . The Smith-Lever bill is giving this movement a mighty impetus , but it takes the great war to bring home to most of us the necessity of such a spirit if we are to even begin to reap the advantages this war is to give us . The buy-a-bale-of-cotton movement , started in the South to aid the southern tanner whose crop was cut off from , 60 % of its normal market by the war , is a striking example of brotherhood in modern intsiness . The banding together into trade societies of merchants and manufacturers in their campaigns to be inaugurated for business opening * in Sou * America is another splendid business example . The banks are already leaders in the co-operative idea . So are the railroads to a greater or less degree ; German and English business men have been leaders fn the worlds marts because of the team worw methods they have punned in capturing foreign business ....
Special Offer on Our War Atlas [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 January 1915
Special Offer on Our War Atlas Free With a One-Year Subscription . Last month we offered this War Atlas of Europe free with a Five-Year subscription to Better Farming at $ 1 . 00 , and received quite a large number of responses , but we want a larger number to have this book for handy reference in following the news of the armies and navies of Europe , now engaged in the worlds greatest war , so in order to give every one of our readers an opportunity to secure this valuable Atlas free , we make a stronger offer and will now give a copy free with only a one-year new or renewal subscription to Better Farming at 25 cents . Every reader should take advantage of this liberal offer and secure a copy this month . If your subscription has not yet expired , we will extend your time another year . You will be immensely pleased with this Atlas as it is a new edition just recently issued with new maps . SUBSCRIPTION BLANK . Better Farming , 141 W . Ohio St . Chicago , nilnola . I enclose 25 ce...