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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907
5000BuggiesFREE To Try at Our Risk 30 Days-Get Our Extraordinary Offer Dont buy any kind of a buggy anywhere , at _ --g ______ any price , until you ) , &lt; - our offer . It makes no V-JiSSB—BB 8 BBI difference how cheap some other concern offers \ \\ , \ / I BUILT BY to sell you a buggy , we will sell you a better buggy \ \ Y fSa . , for less money . It will cost you a 1-cent postal card \ X \ ( WaTt EXPERTS to get our great 138-page White Hickory Catalogue . ^ ^ fflMJ ¦»¦¦¦«• cut prices and full particulars of a plan that may I ___P 7 put as much as $ 50 cash iu your inside pocket . ,- ——( B 5 ___ T—_ B Si ^ vT ^ T ^ , We Paralyze Competition ^^_ fl ^ |_| l ^ K ^^ Because we are the only bona fide manu- I ^ || ?^? J 8 LJ I ^ - ^ vin ^^ lrv ^ - ^ 1 facturcrs selling direct to consumers . \/ ArOv \\ yV //\\ X / l V \ 7 We make each and every part of our W \ j £ sl \\/ V _ . ( VP 7 I \^ f vehicles from Raw Materials , right in our ^ 4 _ - &lt;_&gt; ^_____ L »...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907
ITELEPHONES FOR FARMERS LINES Buy from tho nianufacturar . BuiM your own linos . Book of instructions tree . Writ , nearest oftlco . Ask for BuHolin , \ o . 37 K . NORTH ELECTRIC CO ., CLEVELAND , OHIO Kan ... City , Ms . Dallas , Toxar LUBRICATING OILS . GREASES . PAINTS ETC . VALUABLE PREMIUMS WRITE FOR PRICES AND LISTS THE RELIABLE OIL &amp; PAINT CO CLEVELAND , OHIO . MAIL ORDER DEPT . A . TIBB 1 TT MGR . PLEASE say SAW IT IN OHIO FARMER when writing to our advertisers .
Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907
\/^l^^^^^j m%mDllVGI If you are looking for a substantial and satisfactory | ready roofing you will find that Amatite answers your requirements You will also find that it costs considerably less than most of its competitors . Other roofings add to their cost every year or two , be- I cause they require constant painting . Amatite costs nothing to j keep up . It has a real mineral surface on the outer side , which takes I ~ * lltn rr Hlf Hii wflk ~^ i ; ^^ . ^^^^^^^ K ^^! p : ^ K » l I the place of the usual waterproofing coat of paint . You do not have to examine your Amatite roofs every year for I leaks , or paint them after a hard winter . Amatite will protect your I buildings thoroughly and perfectly year after year , winter and summer , I without any attention or bother after it is once laid . If you have roofings now on any of your buildings that require I I painting every year to keep them in good repair , the cheapest thing to I I do is to cover them over completely with new ...
1 MARKETS 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907
1 MARKETS 1 OCR CHICAGO LETTER Chicago , ! March 18 . 1907 . RECEIPTS . Cattle . Hogs . Sheep . Receiver ] today 27 , 000 40 . 000 25 , 000 s day last year . 30 , 395 46 , 613 31 , 25 s Received last week . 04 . 855 145 . 741 57 . 478 Sam ,, wk last yr . 56 , 069 105 . 160 87 . 857 Cattle were marketed with unexpected rn last week , and this caused a weaker feeling at times , especially on Monday , when 34 , 338 head were received . Tha limited offerings ol choice beeves commanded strong prices , ljut the rank and tile or the receipts averaged somewhat lower than a week earlier . Beef steers sold largely at $ 4 . 76 @ 6 ; poorer class light-weight killers , $ 4 . 05 (! ii 4 . 75 ; better class heavy steers for shipping . $ 6 . 10 ( . ( ( .. nil ; few slrlctly prime heavy cattle , $ 6 . 75 . Exporters were again good purrs , largely at $ 6 . 25 &lt; $ 5 . 75 . although some export steers were picked up around $ 5 . Good shipping cattle went at $ 6 . 76 and upward ; medium gra...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907
There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all otliordisousos puttog &lt; 3 tner , and until the last few years was supposed to bo incurable . For a threat many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and proscribed local remedies , and by constantly fail inn to cure with local treatment , pronounced it incurablo . Science has proven catarrh to be constitutional disease and therefore requires a constitutional treatment . Halls Catarrh Cure , manufactured by F . J . Cheney &amp; Co ., Toledo , Ohio , is the only constitutional cure on the market . It is taken internally in doses from lOdrops ion teaspoonful . It act * directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system . They offer one hundred doltara for any case it fails to cure . Send for circulars and testimonials . Address : F . J . CHENEY &amp; CO ,, Toledo , Ohio . Sold by Druggists * 75 c . Tako Hull s Family Pills for constipation .
Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907
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Page 18 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907
B Clover Hay Wanted fol Our nuporior facilities nnd connection ^ l ^_^ H will . Inreo buyers of HAV nnd GltAlS mmm 4 A •n-blus us V &gt; got tho best [ . rices . Lib- ^ hP * lfl oral advances made on shipments . WW *^ H Daniel McCaffrey s Sons C » . iM PltlsburK . Pa . P ^ n lt ,-f —Daqll . sa . Sntl Hank , Washing- H _ J I („„ Kall ilk on &gt; •! &lt; &gt; »¦¦¦ ^^^ fl WANTED No . 1 , or Good No 2 Timothy and XT A \ r No . 1 Light Clover Mixed - ¦*•*x \ I Also want Oat Straw . CARLOADS ADDRESS SAMUEL WALTON , No . 8 Wood Street . Pittsburg , Pa . H . r . rouccsi Bcrcaatlla igraelea , Farmers lltuosU hi Hank Glover , Timothy , Alsike , Alfalfa , Peas , Corn , Poultry Supplies , Etc . THF If Fl I Y Pfl SEED MERCHANTS . 7 U .-. &amp; inC ( VULLI UUi ) Central Ave ., CLEVELAND , O We want POTATOES , APPLES , POULTRY , EGGS . MAPLE SYRUP , in fact everything in FRUIT and PRODUCE . Write for any information . MYERS , WEIL &amp; CO .. CLEVELA...
Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907
aaMaW ^^ ^ ^ BmW ^^ EMm ^ RADE * . „» M A «&gt;^^&gt; __ S __ P ^ IS = » * T * F - «* Cr i _____ l ||^ 5 % ggjj No ruboer wears as well as new pure Para rubber . It has stretch and dont crack . Put on good canvas and duck it will outwear any other kind three times over . BuffaloBrand Rubber boots are made of new pure Para rubber . They ¦ iretch where the strain comes . That s why they wear better . Other kinds of rubber will crack because there s °° __» , stretch in it . To any user of |__| K Rubber Boots who will send I for our eautifully illustrated I Bookie J , we will send a I handso le Souvenir Watch I Fob FLEE . Supply is lim- I ted . Write today . EiUbliihed Or . r Fifty Ye _» VH . H . WALKER _ CO ., ill 77-83 So . Fearl St ., __ £ Buffalo , N . Y . - ___| ANGUSatAUCTION WEDNESDAY , MARCH 27 / 07 aft Bryn Manr Stock Farm , Palmyra . Ohio . Entire herd 20 head—13 females , 7 bulls . Show and breeding stock . Five youiifc cows with calves at foot . Heifers bred ...
IAGRICULTURAL1 SCIENCE [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907
IAGRICULTURAL1 \ SCIENCE THE GASOLINE ENGINE . As gasoline engines come more and more Into use as prime movers , their care and operation become better understood . Yet many users wonder why their engines fail ln power or even balk entirely . In this connection a few suggestions may be of Interest . If well cared for an engine will run for years . Use only the best gas engine oil in the cylinder ; any good machine oil will do for other parts . Take up all wear in bearings , If possible , but dont get them too tight as they are apt to heat . The gasoline mixture and electric ignition sometimes give trouble . To adjust mixture set the engine for full power , ho 4 d brake on fly wheel and open and close the miser-needle valve . The adjustment that gives the highest speed is the one desired . The brake should be held at a uniform pressure . If tne jump spark is used for ignition the timer and plug should be clean and all wire connections tight . Keep buzzer contacts smooth and adjust bu...
Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907
WhydoesntGenascoReady Roofingdry=out,crackandletthe waterin,likeroofingsmadefrom coal=tarandotherresidualpitches? Simple enough . Oil is the life of ready roofing—as it is of harness-leather . So long as the oil stays in , the roof is waterproof . If the oil evaporates , the roofing becomes brittle , cracks and lets the water in . This is why these pitches do not make good roofing . Their oils dry-out quickly at ordinary temperature—you know how soon tar paper gets brittle . Genasco Keady Roofing is made of natural Trinidad Lake asphalt—abundant in natural , permanent oils , which do not evaporate in the hottest summer weather . Genasco does not become brittle ; Genasco does not leak . Anybody can lay it . Smooth or mineral surface . Several wei ghts . Nails and cement for laying are packed inside each roll . Sold by the most progressive dealers everywhere . Write us for Book 12 and samples . THE BARBER ASPHALT PAVING COMPANY Largest producers of asphalt in the world PHILADELPHIA Ne...
Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907
__p5^S_^__HHH_H_Bp _¦ ^^^ J ^ EWMM W l jwngfflwgipMBj MMggmmmiBmawmwmm ¦ ^^^v^^^^M^^^a^«W~HH55?^HBB KK;^ TOGETTHEMOSTAT IHARVESTTIMEI IWITHTHELEASTEFFORTI That s what you want—the best harvest By working together the several manufacresults at the least expense of time and labor . turers have been able to improve the principles of When your grain and grass ripen , you are construction , to improve the quality of materials too busy to waste any time on needless work or used , to improve workmanship , and to employ on delays and breakdowns . every means that will increase the machines Every minute counts . efficiency , durability and satisfaction . E Thats the reason you buy harvesting The underlying principles of these machines machines—to save time and labor . are what thirty years time , thirty years experiAnd the better the machine , the surer you ments , thirty years practical tests at the hands can be that it will save time and labor—that it of grain and grass growers , have prov...
IIPOULTRY I [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907
IIPOULTRY I A HOME-MADE BROODER . J . S . M ., of Canal Winchester , O ., wants to know how to make an outdoor brooder to accommodate 150 chicks . He says that he does not intend to put them In it as soon as they are hatched , but after they are three weeks old , and that up to that time he will use a factory-made brooder . My advice to J . S . M . is not to put that many chicks at any time into one brooder . 1 should expect a heavy death rate in any brood of that size confined in one brooder . Manufacturers of brooders advertise sizes that they claim will hold 100 chicks and even more than that . But I have never yet seen a 100-chick brooder that was large enough to trust 100 chickens in for more than a few days at the start . One of the first things to learn in the artificial rearing of chickens is to avoid crowding them . That is one of the very first lessons . Crowding and uncleanness have spoiled the hopes and calculations of more amateurs in poultry culture than any other two ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907
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