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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

SEPARATORFREE ^ A 7 J ^ r a TWO MONTHS ____ f ! f ^ t ^ __ r _ Fl WE WILL GLADLY * H n > I SEND YOU A CREAM VH ^ fl I 1 SEPARATOR ; yon can __ , __ I 12 IJ use It sixty days , and ^ ft mMwd [ : [ itT m / aEi ir Vou are not sure you EM Vv ^ H ^ have received the best r mW I \ Mf separator in the \ v ... rl < l , t !» e __ H ___^_ J ^_^^_ E _ I lrial wo-1 1 , c ° st V ° l > one M !__ , _ _^_ 3 __ f ^ E __cent . Write for our new ¦ JS o ^ yif = ____F CreamSeparatorCataloKua °° «~ . f / m ami learn ofihlsgreatoffer . Sz 3 _ : //_& . - ^ IQ 1 *\ buy * our won- § ^ o / l ^ srSf ,. *! 5 filO dcrful 1907 _ u $ a <* -Iff V- ^ tV ^ Q model Dundee Cream Scpa- ™ 3- 5 \ - Aliiir ^__ i \_ r rat or , the equal of any ^ o ^ -i— \ w \ lw >_ KX machine sold by anyone ? v 2 a o aSK * ?¦ . » else up to S 40 . 00 . Our & £ CJ 3 ^ 9 ? ¦ lR- ___ ImprovPd Ec ° ° y -it sB _^___ T D ,, Q < lee . Is Kuarontct-, ^ a _^ Ca...

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I HORTICULTURE 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

I HORTICULTURE 1 CELERY GROWING WITH FERTILIZERS . The Illustration accompanying this article shows plainer than words could demonstrate , the true value of a fertilizing material which is in a condition to be easy assimilated by growing plants . The past season was a severe one for celery growers generally , on account of continued hot weather and drouth . We set our celery in July upon soil which several years ago had been used for onion growing and at that time was enriched with large quantities of CELERY—FERTILIZED AND UNFERTILIZED . stable manure . We felt quite certain that the ground was rich enough for celery , yet in order to be on the safe side , and not lose the whole profit from this valuable crop , we applied a strictly high grade commercial fertilizer to the main portion of the field at the rate of 1 , 000 lb . per acre . This is really a minimum amount , for celery plants require a very rich soil . One can hardly make it too rich , and had this soil not contained much...

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

$4.00to$8.00 PerAcre That s What a Good Spreader Will Do if Used as It Should Be -, Write Us And tl Let Us Tell You How . If YAH UauA ¦• loads of manure to II I UU IlilfC spread we will tell you bow you can increase the value of your crop Una year more than enough to pay for a spreader . We issue a 61-page book which explains the whole situation . A Manure Spreader will brine you bigger arifl quicker returns than any other three implements you have on your farm , fllll Dion Is not a theory , it Is an actual UUl , rldn fact backed up by IS years actual experience . TL _ Da . . . ! , will be sent to you free . It I 116 DUUK is worth $ 11 X 1 . 00 but . wont cost you a cent . If it does not do you any good . It wont do you any harm . It s brimfull of valuable information . A Manure Spreader Must Be Made Extra Strong . Dont buy alight spreader . Dont buy a spreader that has a pine pole and pine frame . Dont buy an experiment , a machine that has been on the market only a few years . Don...

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ILLINOIS STATE FARMERS' IN -STITUTE . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

ILLINOIS STATE FARMERS INSTITUTE . The twelfth annual meeting of the Illinois State Farmers Institute was held in Quincy , Feb . 19 . 20 and 21 . The attendance was large and the program one of the most interesting and instructive in the history of the organization . An especially enjoyable feature of the meeting was the address given by Governor Deneen . He spoke very entertainingly of the work of the institute and its influence in supporting the agricultural college and experiment station . He considered these institutions and similar ones in other states the most important agencies for furnishing information to farmers . He commented on the liberal policy adopted by Congress and by the Legislatures in making large appropriations for these institutions and showed how the United States now leads in agricultural experimentation . Gleanings from the 1906 Apple Crop . —Senator Henry M . Dunlap of Savoy , president of the American Apple Growers Congress , read a very interesting paper ...

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AMERICAN POMOLOGICAL SO -CIETY . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

AMERICAN POMOLOGICAL SOCIETY . The thirteenth annual meeting of the American Pomological Society . will be held in Convention Hall , on the grounds of the Jamestown Exposition , in conjunction with the Society for Horticultural Science , September 25 and 26 , 1907 . Reports on the grading and inspection of fruits for home distribution and export purposes will be made and other matters of Interest to horticulturists will be considered . This meeting will be the most important horticultural event of the year . Horticulturists should plan their visit to the exposition so as to attend this meeting . For information address John Craig , Ithaca , N . Y ., secretary . The world progresses and the farmer progresses with it . Paris Green and Bordeaux—good while they last—are washed off by every shower , and respraying is necessary at once , for insects and blight work all the time . The man who sprays with Bowker s Disparene , Pyrox or Boxal can hear the rain on the roof without anxiety , fo...

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

Arsenate of Lead Every variety of leaf-eating insect is destroyed by this insecticide ; lhe codling moth and other moths , caterpillars , grubs and slugs ; the potato bug , elm leaf beetle , etc . Swift s Arsenate of Lead is white , sticks to the foliage , and cannot burn or scorch , no matter how strong a solution is used . More highly recommended than any other insecticide . Writeforfreebooklet . Itwillinterestyou . MERRIMAC CHEMICAL CO . , 25 Broad St ., Boston , Mass . rSrKtVt^ w IE M ** * Used Y a mW 9 ^ for 20 Years— A fH doing good worK today . 7 K > - \ li Its darabilltj its strongest eiiilorsemout—_ f * yf i \/ J _ ood reason for buyiug _ l > aytou . Tli _ WW jL \ Yt principles of construction and material * need /_ t __ ff ^ ftJ aro rittit , and latent improvements added . //^ T ^^ l l > oyton Sprayer * aro rap . d and eco- JHS * 0 | \ chemical solutions for destroying IiiBOet W-llCm PC rt ? < u * ca 8 es on trees , Te _ etabloi ...

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

FERTILIZERS &* ¦ w HIGH , e fSkzzQ $ 2 ^ GRADE 3 ^ 9 S m \ mWl ^ r *~^ Sa nrHt * cIn , i 8 drllline con * « 5 t | W ^ mmLj ^ y ^ .. mV ^ ] •Special brand ! JV ImWMla ^ MgWG ^^ . tor <) ntH Corn andTruck P * Wlim fflS *__ T ^ Tk l & ( Celery , Onions , I otafi ^ iffW ^ U _ tO 0 S an ^ uE ar Beets . ) __ f nil is __ r > We a , ° i ,,, 1 , i , ( ia I > t or tho m ^ JE ^^^ M ^ Trust . Correspondence 1 B in- _ 7 Triy- / * f vitCt ^ from ¦ farmers . It is no 4 _ L _» ^^ __ irna * _> i ¦ * roUD e ° answer your letters- ^^ g ^ te-j AGENTS WANTED P ** * Fjtl * n cvory township in Ohio , % fiM £ Hs * KfL T 1 , ere i 8 money to bo made In rtfTbT \ reprosontlng ns . Write to * laDEf _ . HBH W \ day for our proposition . ymWtaLfk . lK FARMERS IHDEPENDENT ffl SJP 1 I FERTILIZER COMPANY . _ _ , W 100 B Brunson Bldg .. COLUMBUS , 0 . •// SSL ^*^^^ •_ n _\ • /^ CLOVER wKes I ES & NK & S & l Larges...

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

ESTABLISHED 1846 THE LAWRENCE PUBLISHIN 6 CO . EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS . GENERAL Orrici ! , 201 . 200 ST . CLAIR Ave ., N . K . CLEVELAND . OHIO . NEW YORK OFFICE , 725 Tompla Conrt Bld ( . CHICAGO OFFICE . 1136 First Nnt . Bank Bldir . • HKTROIT . Mich .. OFFICS , 89- « 8 Congress St .. W . MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE . 529 Attitrus Bldg . S . M I I . I ; . UII , | I ., IIIFK ; E . 2 II People . S . Bk . BIdg . M . J . LAWRENCE President 11 . W . LAWRENCE Vice-President M . L . LAWRENCE Secretary P . T . LAWRENCE Treasurer M . E . WILLIAMS - \ W . I . CHAMBERLAIN / » ..,.-. „« JOHN F . CUNNINGHAM > Editor . HARRIET MASON \ A . J . ANDERSON J TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Three Years , 156 EX . ? . $ 1 . 50 TWO YEARS . 104 Copiet to one person $ 1 . 20 One Year , 52 75 Cents Six Months . 26 40 We guarantee to stop sending paper when the time for which It Is paid has expired , so that , to avoid missing any numbers , all should renew promptly . Always send money by draft . postoffice money...

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

WE GUARANTEE to stop THE OHIO FARMER Immediately upon expiration of time subscribed for , and we will pay all expenses for defending any suit brought against any subscriber to The Ohio Farmer by the publisher of any farm paper which has been sent after the time ordered has expired , providing you return such papers to your postmaster unread , tell him to notify the publishers that you refuse to accept them , and you send us due notice before suit Is started . Avoid future trouble by refusing to subscribe for any farm paper which does not print , In each Issue , a definite guarantee to stop on expiration of subscription . The Lawrence Pub . Co ., Cleveland , O .

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CURRENT COMMENT . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

CURRENT COMMENT . As we announced last FREE ALCOHOL , week . Congress passed the amendment to the free industrial alcohol bill , at the close of the session , which will liberate the new industry from the grasp of the whisky trust , and enable farmers to convert their waste and inferior products intoa useful and marketable article . This amendment does not go into effect till September 1 , but if farmers are ready then , with indiviual or -neighborhood distilleries , they can manufacture an immense amount of denatured alcohol during the fall months . The law provides for sealed receptacles that can only be opened by a revenue officer , who must Bee that the alcohol is properly denatured . It is then set free and the farmer can use it or sell it , or do anything he pleases with it . No expense , to the farmer , attends this supervi sion by the internal revenue department . We shall have an illustrated article ere long on the construction and operation of these small stills . It Will ...

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ANOTHER AGRICULTURAL SPECIAL . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

ANOTHER AGRICULTURAL SPECIAL . Arrangements have been made with the B . & O . railway to run a special train through central and southern Ohio in the interests of the agriculture and horticulture of that district . The plan is to have the train consist of two audience cars in which the speaking will take place ; a baggage car for exhibits of grains , seeds , etc . ; and a living car for those who accompany the train to do the talking and give instruction on practical agricultural and horticultural subjects . The arrangements for this special train are in the hands of Homer C . Price , of the Ohio College of Agriculture , and the officers of the Ohio Grain Dealers Asson . The expense of running the train and caring for the needs of the eight instructors will be borne by the railroad . The train will leave Columbus on the morning of Tuesday , April 2 and go southwest along the B . & O . O . as far as Blanchester , then along the same road across the state eastw...

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

THE WEEK . Leading Events . The Railroads and Finance . —March 11 J . Pierpont Morgan made a trip to Washington , ln his special car , to see President Roosevelt . He was In conference with the President for over two hours , during which time he urged that the President take some action that would seek to allay the growing apprehension of the public toward investing in railroad securities . He stated that this feeling Is interfering with necessary improvements and construction . He suggested that the situation would be greatly relieved if the President would confer with the heads of some of the great railroad systems . This the President gladly consented to . The railroad officials , however , have decided not to go to see the President , and the latter will probably soon give out a note stating his views on the railroad question . The railroads seem to realize that the President Is backed by the people in his stand against certain customs of corporations and how the railroad men ar...

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MORE ABOUT THE CO-OPERATIVE HARVESTING MACHINE CO . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

MORE ABOUT THE CO-OPERATIVE HARVESTING MACHINE CO . We are still receiving letters from stockholders in the Farmers Cooperative Harvesting Machine Co .. and farmers who are interested , some asking for further information and some giving new facts of interest . A complete statement of the facts as disclosed by our investigation is given in The Ohio Farmer of Feb . lfi . page 2 . and March 2 . pages 3 and 14 . Copies of these papers will bo sent to any one requesting them . Following are a few of the letters lately received : Franklin Co .. O ., Feb . 26 . 1907 . I must congratulate you upon the work you have done in exposing the F . C . H . M . Co . I notice that you have omitted nothing that would be of interest to stockholders . I hold some stock In the concern but am not lying awake nights figuring out my dividends . I first thought the libel suit was merely a bluff and was surprised to hear that suit had been entered against you . I felt certain that you would not suffer from su...

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OHIO FARMER PAYS ADVERTISERS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

OHIO FARMER PAYS ADVERTISERS . Marysvllle , O .. Feb . 13 . 1907 . My adv . of farm for sale , ln The Ohio Farmer , has been very satisfactory and brought a large number of replies . —John H . Shearer . Wakeman , O .. Feb . 7 . 1907 . Find enclosed check to pay for my Delaine Merino sheep adv . for the last three months . Results from it are great The quality of my slock line . Both combined are showing wonderful returns . —F . H . Russell . North Olmsted , O .. Feb . 4 . 1907 . By my small Chester White swine adv . in your paper , I have received a great many Inquiries , from several states , and through them have sold everything that I have to spare this winter . Inquiries still keep coming . —11 . S . Nelson . Van Wert O .. Feb . 4 . 1907 . My three months advertising of DurocJersey swine , In The Ohio Farmer , has entirely sold me out . but I will be with you again in the future . —Osage Farm . Newtown . O .. Feb . 11 , 1907 . I have received quite a number of inquiries from my ...

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

B.&Ba springsilks The reason is obvious why this store is a recognized Silk Center—we have the Silks . Now showing several thousand different styles new Spring Silks—Novelty Silks , Evening Silks , Dress Silks-Silks of all kinds and all descriptions—several thousand styles Fancy Silks alone between 50 c and $ 1 . 50 a yard . Large assortments of such wanted Silks as various size dotted Foulards and line check Louisines , 50 c a yard . Chiffon Faille—all new Dark and Li g ht Shades , 75 c a yard . Special guaranteed Black Taffeta Silk , 50 c a yard . Almost a dozen handsome striking styles new Roman Striped Silks , 75 c a yard . Messaline Phautome—a beautiful new Messaline Silk woven ia narrow shadow stripes—Black , all shades and White— $ 1 . 25 a yard . BOCCS & BUHL DEPT . 18 , ALLEGHENY , PA . SPRAYING FRUIT TREES v ^ ^ ^^ \ Is no loiiRer an experiment , f \ bataneoMstty . Pienauu . g __f ^ * ^ S J _ , wormy fruitbydestroytj L fff _^^ 5 y * v \ * •&...

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CATALOGS , ETC ., RECEIVED . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

CATALOGS , ETC ., RECEIVED . The Reliable Incubator and Brooder Co ., Qulney , 111 ., send a very handsome catalog to all who request It . It not only describes their goods but presents a large amount of instructive reading matter along the lines of incubation , brooding and general poultry subjects . Sent lie upon request . It is now high time that you were thinking of your spring planting of nursery stock , and In that connection It is almost necessary that you have a good catalog from some reliable nursery . Tho Maple Bend Nursery Is sending out a neat booklet presenting a fine line of fruit and ornamental trees , shrubs , grape vines , small fruit plants , etc .. that every one who intends to buy nursery stock this fining should see . Sent free to all Ohio Parmer readers . Address T . B . West , Perry , O . The souvenir postal card is finding a prominent place ln American life . In fact it is one of the most popular and sensible fads that has yet appeared . A neat bit of work in...

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NOTES AND QUERIES . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

NOTES AND QUERIES . Cheat , Meadow Fescue and Brome Grass . —The Nebraska Kxperiment Station has Just Issued Press Bulletin No . 25 . which contains some Interesting and rather startling information regarding the use of cheat or chess as a substitute or adulterant for meadow fescue or smooth brome grass . Over 61 , 000 pounds of cheat seed have been known to have been sold for English blue grass , and over 10 . 000 pounds were sold for meadow fescue . The seed of chess or cheat Is a dirty straw color , very thick and rounded on tho back with a deep grove on the opposite side . The seed ranges from onefourth to five-sixteenths Inch ln length and is often provided with a short awn which Is generally bent backwards . The seed of brome grass is darker In color than cheat , much larger , rather flattened and shows three fairly prominent nerves on the upper side . There are sometimes the remains of a very short awn but lt is usually frayed out and transparent . The seed of meadow fescue I...

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