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Plows and Plowing . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

Plows and Plowing . Special Article No . 9 . 1 I By H . E ,. TWEED I Brown Co ., Ohio THE EVOLUTION , SELECTION , ADJUSTMENT AND PROPER USE OF THE MODERN BREAKING PLOW He who by the plow would thrive . Himself must either hold or drive . The plow is the fundamental farm implement . In its varied and ever changing forms it has existed for thousands of years . It Is frequently mentioned in ancient literature including the Old Testament . The oxen were plowing and the asses feeding beside them , says Job . Aboriginal America knew no plow . The nearest approach to it that we have recorded is that by Prescott , who states that in Peru the natives prepared their tiny plantations with pointed stakes drawn by several men and guided by one of their number . Perhaps the short - sighted laborer who would rebel at the introduction of laborsaving implements would dispense altogether with the modern plow and revert to this aboriginal method by which he himself might be harnessed and driven as a b...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

Why DontYou Trade in New York ? ( A I ? ft < Ol *> ny * -hla Stool - Frame W m Mil f *«| « rlii . Ui . ni , whleh -liariy . UlJ \& C eua oviirythlntf but y .-n r V ^ PV razor * and iaws- N «» t Jk H » \\ jM * clie *_* mowers tr . f ML \ \ l » < H , k itohen kniv- - ^ N . £ _ awH 1 _____*^ butcher anil pockel tV N M I PLapknives . This grind- [ i i _ E ! pB 8 /*__ r ^ atone makes yoiu _ ndWB $ 1 n 11 , te « l . Journals fitted with BYW _ JL MaVk ° ft -b ar , e 8 . making It the __> M-NsPQ * n oiislCBt-runiiing grindstone Jr ijLa & l J i JI iron » ver HUW . Your boy J _^__ T I l _ V 4 i _ k wl ko ° P the tools about _ 5 _ 7 _ f I ^_ F ^ li ^ 10 * * nce s * rp , and glad or vWjgM ^ f the chance . It Is so much •Our price Includes one beat-quality grindstone , about 20 x 2 Inches , and everything complete . Including metal seat , drip cup , simtin guard and two troadloa . Shipping weight , 90 lbs , Onr 90 years reputati...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

Bargain == Gasoline Engine Cheap J . M . YlACHKRT . 1501 ColumbusTKd .. Cleveland . (> fih .. Ire Selected SEED POTATOES—WellingJ tons and White Giants . Great ylclder * . f . 1 . 00 per bn . Address Rev . G . J . Unrtlctt . R . : t . Huron , O . Coed Potatoes—Carman , Sir Walter Raleigh , Adro VJ Dewey . Calif . Itnsset . Holn-on . In jMa bn . sacks . . I .. | ivcre , l your station . ? l | . er lm V . WYi . nll .-. l . P . vn . l . Mi .-li . t ! , e < l Potatoes—Early Ohio , Cnrmun \ ... * - > Sir Walter Raleigh , stock Hrst oia « s . Order oarly . Address Win . Ramsey & Son , Jacobsbttrg . O

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BUILDING DEPARTMENT . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

BUILDING DEPARTMENT . ( Conducted by John L . Shawver . ) Because of the large number of requests which are coming to us for plans to be published in this department , we must remind our patrons that all plans are published in the order in which they are received , and in no case can we put one plan ahead of another received before it . We have a large number of these requests on hand and it will be some time before plans already submitted can be published . Do not ask us to publish your plan next week . If you must have an early reply and need the plans early , we will send your requests direct to our architect and detailed plans will be furnished you at a slight cost But if you want to take advantage of our free offer you must wait your turn . PLAN NO . 68 . Basement Barn . —J . S ., Rossburg , O . Barn , 40 x 80 . 8 basement , 4 spans , n nra ^ l an MM / . . I . . . , . : ¦ . ~ % 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 = 40 . 20 superstructure , 5 spans , 16 + 16 + 16 + 16 + 16 = 80 . Curb roof % and ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

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FARM HARNESS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

FARM HARNESS . We have always thought that the less harness a farmer can use and do the worki properly the better off the animal is , and especially so in hot sultry weather . Heavy breeching harness is very popular now wherever a team is equipped for work , and this is all right for it gives great advantage in handling a load , as a team harnessed up in this manner is able to move in backing nearly as heavy a load as it can pull forward . However , much farm work does not require a team to do any backing , such as plowing , harrowing and various cultivations . mostly done in very hot weather ; and it seems as if we might remove a portion of this harness gear , thus adding much comfort to the hard worked animals . In mowing grass , drilling grain and harvesting , the gear for backing is very essential and in many cases must be kept in position , but we see no need of using this heavy gearing in all light farm work as is so often done . Some makes of harness can not be changed about ...

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BEANS AND PEAS A VALUABLE CROP . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

BEANS AND PEAS A VALUABLE CROP . An article prepared by the Minnesota Agricultural College says : If farmers knew more of the almost unlimited possibilities and source of wealth in the culture of beans and peas , not only for market and feeding purposes but as a means of building up and maintaining the fertility of the soil , not one of them would let this season pass without raising at least a few acres . We only wish to give a few of the facts here , for farmers to think over . Corn and wheat are our two leading crops . We all must admit that Iowa is one of the greatest corn-pro-ducing states in the Union , but the average yield per acre in that state this past year was about 33 bushels ; at 40 c per bushel this would amount to $ 13 . 20 . The average yield per acre of wheat in the Northwest this past year was about 15 bushels ; at 70 c per bushel this would amount to $ 10 . 50 . Now the cost of raising corn per acre will average about $ 7 and of wheat about $ 5 ; this would leave...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

• ^ ^ ^ ¦ ^¦ ^¦ ^ ¦¦^ ¦¦¦^ - COL . O . W . CRAWFORD , GEO . BYERS , S . L . HOOVER , President and Treasurer . V . Pr « . ant Mngr . Secretary . THECOLUMBUS HorseSaleGos INAUGURAL COMBINATIONHORSESALE Will be held in the Horse Pavil- ||_ VA |( 0 C QC 0 f OO in On lion , STATE FAIR GROUNDS . ¦ « s r CH -0 ,-0 , _ l , . 0 , __ , OU COLUMBUS , OHIO . The greatest sale of high-class horses of all kinds , consisting of speed horses , coach , carriage , single driver , saddle , high-acting stallions , brood mares , etc . We have the grandest lot of heavy horses ever offered at auction in the country . Forty head of Imported Brood Mares from the Hartman Stock Farm , Columbus , Ohio . Fifty head of Imported Brood Mares , fifty head of native-bred Brood Mares , twenty head of Young Stallions from Col . Q . VV . Crawford s Sharon Valley Stock Farm , Newark , Ohio . On Saturday , March 30 th , about twenty teams of extra good young Missouri mules , three and four years old , weight from 1 , 20...

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DO YOO GET OP WITH A LAI BACK ? [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

DO YOO GET OP WITH A LAI BACK ? Have You Uric Acid , Rheumatism or Blad der Trouble ? Pain or dull ache in the back is unmistakable evidence of kidney trouble . It is Natures timely warning to show you that the track of health is not clear . If these danger signals are unheeded , more serious results are sure to follow ; Brlghts disease , which is the worst form of kidney trouble , may steal upon you . The mild and immediate effect of Swamp-Root , the great kidney and bladder remedy , is soon realized . It stands the highest because its remarkable curative power has been proven in thousands of the most distressing cases . If you need a medicine you should have the best . A thorough trial will convince any one . LAME BACK . Lame back is only one of many symptoms of kidney trouble . Other symptoms showing that you need SwampRoot are , obliged to pass water often during the day and to get up many times at night , inability to hold your urine , smarting or irritation in passing , brick-...

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| LIVE STOCKj [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

| LIVE STOCKj THE AMERICAN AND DELAINEMERINO ASSOCIATION . We present on this page a picture of the most complete sheep record office in this country—that of the American and Delaine-Merino Record Asson , on the farm of S . M . Cleaver , the secretary , near Delaware , Ohio . This association starts off well , and we trust it will result , ere long , in combining all the pure Merino record associations in one strong ,, systematic organization that will be abundantly able to take care of this great interest in all its special lines of breeding . They all have a common purpose—the improvement of the Merino and the promotion of tho great industry it represents . In union there Is strength . Breeders should get together , and work for their common interest . BREEDERS AND THEIR PATRONS . The relation between the breeder and the buyer of live stock should be fairly and squarely understood by both parties . If the buyer could always go to the breeder and examine the goods . OFFICE OF THE A...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

IWANTTOGIVEYOUACHANGE yf 85 ^ 8 EE TO TRY THE /^T\m9^ IMPROVED ct^_|=H^drSUCCESS Nf ^ f- ^ TjLOy DRIVING BIT ^^W=FREH= To overcome the only objection to : he old Success bit , ( bruising the horse s cheek when pressure wai used ) Rollers have been placed on the rings ( see cut . ) This brings th « grinding of the bit ring inside the rollers , not on the horse s cheek FREE TRIAL OFFER I will send postpaid an Improved Success bit to any responsibh party on FREE TRIAL . Put it on your most vicious or skittish horse . I it fails to give satisfaction return it at my expense . If it is satisfactory , i costs but 75 c . Send for one today . It may be the means of avoiding J mnaway - WM . VAN ARSDALE . 108 MAIN ST ., RACINE , WIS FHEBESTXrl£dPUBLICSALE BAV ^ -OHIO STATE . FAIR GROUNDS April3,1907==OhiosF£_£SSHolsteins 100 head . 32 cows bred to JOHANNA DE COLANTHA LAD , whose dam is a full sister In blood to Colantha 4 th s Johanna , the highest officially tested cow In the world . 35 . 21 ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

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PREPARING THE COLTS FOR SPRING WORK . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

PREPARING THE COLTS FOR SPRING WORK . The comfort and usefulness of colts ( put to work this spring can be greatly increased by preparing them for it beforehand . They should be accustomed to the bridle and harness and to eating grain enough to furnish the energy required when they are put at regular work . A colt with a sore mouth , sore tail , sore back and sore shoulders . with Weary muscles and indigestion from Overfeeding , is a most miserable creature and of very little service . All this can be obviated and the colt prepared to work in comfort . Take it up at once if running loose . If not halterbroken , put a strong rope halter upon it , first getting it into a box stall or email inclosure where it can not get - way . Have the lead rope long . Pass 3 t through the manger but do not tie ; Simply hold to the end . When the colt pulls back let it have rope until its tail strikes the partition behind it BTou can keep it from turning around Bnd it will very quickly learn to yield...

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SELECTING THE BREED . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

SELECTING THE BREED . During the year 1906 The Ohio Farmer published a series of articles on Breeds of Swine , giving a brief history of the common breeds , along with their characteristics and adaptability . It is evident from these articles that no breed has a monopoly on all the good points , nor is any breed entirely without points of excellence . Too much emphasis can not be placed upon this matter . There is no breed superior to others in all respects . Too many factors enter for this to be true . In selecting a breed one should consider climate , crops produced , market for which intended , preference of locality , individuality of the breeds and , last but not least , his own preference . For instance ( 1 ) the influence of climate makes the Southern farmer prefer a black or red hog . They do not take kindly to the white breeds on account of their tendency to contract skin disease during the long , hot summers . ( 2 ) The crops produced have a bearing . The small , shortlegg...

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ARE THOROUGHBRED HOGS AS PROLIFIC AS GRADES ? [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

ARE THOROUGHBRED HOGS AS PROLIFIC AS GRADES ? J . E . C , Germantown , Ky ., has some queer experience and asks whether thoroughbred Poland-Chinas are as prolific as grades . He bred a high-grade sow to a high-grade boar and got a fine litter of strong , hearty pigs . He then bred her to a pure-bred Poland and she had 3 pigs , all sows . He bred these to a high-grade boar and they had big , strong litters . He then bred one of them to a grade and she had another fine litter . The other two were bred to a pure-bred Poland . One of them farrowed three as ornery pigs as man ever looked at , and the other one , after three trials , failed to breed at all . Originally the Poland-China hog , then known as the Magie , who was the founder of the breed , was rather coarse and very prolific , but after years of breeding they got them too fine , and they were not as prolific as they should be ; however , they are Improving on them and they are more prolific than they were a few years ago , esp...

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