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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909
The Most Important Man In Our History - 4 MMM . Cifp anil IHrttittp of Afaraljaut Utttrnltt ^ L ^ L ^ L ^ LW Hm Pint Edition of Lincoln * Work * Offtrwi in HandyLarge Tfp * VotumH ^—^ tW THE SIMPLE STORY of Abraham Lincoln is eloquent with inspiration . ^^^ A ^ L ^—^ LM ¦*¦ Through biography and anecdote and his own words , you may see him M $ ^^^—^—^ M ^ amid the privation and hardship of those pretty pinching times , and view ^^^^^^^^^ L him , without aid or accidental circumstance , rising as steadily as the sun . ! ^^^^^^^^^^^ Paraphrasing Lowell , Henry W . Grady characterized him as the first typical L ^ L ^ L ^ L ^ L ^ L ^ LWL ^ Lm ^ American , the first who comprehended within himself all the strength and k ^ L ^ L ^ L ^ L ^ L ^ L ^ L ^ I ^ L ^^ gentleness , all the majesty and grace of this republic . ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ H Volume I—Biography . —The purpose of this _^ L -y * - _ _ - / J , II - « n » . -m _¦ . » - . _ - ^ L ^ L ^ L ^ L ^ L ^ L ^ L ^ L ^ L ^ L ^ L ^ L ^ L ^ L...
( i ^^^ -S ) V JebruarE J 3 ^ a ^ < £ _ - __ . >« L [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909
( i ^^^ -S ) V JebruarE J 3 ^ a ^ &lt; £ _ - __ . &gt;« L VOLUME XXXII . The FAIX Pans U published monthly at 161 Ohio St ., Chicago at the subscription price o ! as eenta a year , 01 five yean lot $ 1 . 00 . It la edited -. th aernpolona care lor the benefit and interest ot the fanner and Ma family . Every adveitlaement In these colnmns hat the endorsement and guarantee of the FAKM Pans behind it . NO SWINDLER HAS MONEY ENOUGH TO BUY SPACE IN THIS PAPER . 49 * Mention F « BM Pma therefore when answering advertisements . ______ u CHApBANi Editor . THB BABEFOOT TSAU Out of the dear front gate it ran , Into the sun and dew and tan ; Traversed the dusty , peaceful street ; Arched the maples , in memry sweet ; Crossed the pasture with clover lush ; Entered the copse where trilled the thrush ; Rambled , loitered and played—and then Turned to mother and home again . Never a sun for this trail too hot , Never a nook that knew it not ; Twisting and turning from scene to scen...
BIG FARMS AND BIG FARMERS [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909
BIG FARMS AND BIG FARMERS HARVEST TIME AT ELLERSUE , WHERE CORN AND OTHER ORAINS ARE OROWN IN CONSIDERABLE QUANTITIES THE ESTATE OF LEVI P . MORTON The Farm Press Will Publish at Frequent Intervals Articles Like the Following , Which Will Describe Some of the Most Notable Farm Establishments in the Country ONE of the first of America s wealthy men to incorporate a dairy as a conspicuous feature of his country estate was Mr . Levi P . i Morton , formerly vice-president of the United States , who is generally referred to as Governor Morton . His estate , Ellerslie , is one of the finest of that succession of splendid places that fringe the right bank of the Hudson northward from Poughkeepsie , owned by wealthy and prominent persons , most of them New York city families . Incomparable natural beauty and felicitous situations have been made the most of , and lavish expenditure has been directed in most cases by gooi taste and judgment The crests and the hollows , the fair slopes , the c...
THE PROSPERITY OF THE FARMER [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909
THE PROSPERITY OF THE FARMER [ The readers of the FARM PRESS will appreciate the privilege of reading the following paper prepared by Cyrus H . McCormick , head of the International Harvester Company , whose name and fame are as wide spread as the product of his great factories . Mr . McCormick was recently invited to address the Economic Club in New York City on the subject of Prosperity of the Farmer . He has kindly allowed the use of that address for publication in FARM PRESS . One of the earliest experiences in the memory of the editor of this paper was helping harvest his fathers grain by the aid of an old-fashioned McCormick reaper of the type which was current before the days of the selfrake , not to mention the self-binder . Since those early days , the name McCormick has been in this editors mind the symbol of solidity and integrity , both in the world of machinery and of business and social life . If the thousands of readers of the FARM PRESS knew all that the editor of th...
THE DAIRY FOR PROFIT , [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909
THE DAIRY FOR PROFIT , THB BASIS OF OUR MOK STANDARDS Milk standards in the United States are not based on good , sound , common sense . The , best milk for the human race should analyze the same as human milk as near as possible , but most all state and city standards are based on butter fat and other solids . If milk is rich enough to pass inspection , and has not turned sour , there is very little objection made to the dirt it may contain . In large cities milk may be sold to customers a week old and nobody gets up to object . It may contain any kind of dirt so long as it is not sour . In some places the bacteria content is investigated , but the same old three per cent or three and a half per cent butter fat holds . ¦ ¦ The result is , city dairies buy four or five per cent milk from the farmers , run it through their separators and take out all the butter fat . Then they return enough cream , or oil of some kinds , to build the skim milk up to standard and sell it to consumers ...
HEW BOOKS-SENT FREE- [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909
HEW BOOKS-SENT FREE- We have a number of new books about the great New Southwest , showing opportunities in that country . These books are nicely illustrated with good pictures , and all you need to do is simply mention the FARM PRESS when you write . Won t cost you a cent ; they are free . Be sure to get them . Just drop a postal . Address John Sebastian , Pass . Traffic Mgr ., 1941 LaSalle Station , Chicago , or 1941 Frisco Bldg ., St Louis .
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909
¦ IN THE LEAD ! I F I 9 O 9 I B The 1909 Model U . S . Cream Separators ^ B retain all features that have given diem their great reputation for dun- H ^ M bitty and efficiency , and have several improvements that make diem even ¦ BW fa * greater extent than ever before , die ideal machine for dairymen who BB ™ ax posted and who demand tne best . BB And by mtensifying the circuitous and tortu- BB ous currents of the m _ k mils passage through ¦ die separator bowl , we have been able to wM Greatly Reduce the Diameter fl of the Bowls Jf which makes diem operate easier than ever HI and s _ D retain their great milk capacity . BB Notwithstanding most manufaduren ^ M were complaining aO last year of dull tones BBJ and small sales die UNITED STATES ffl SEPARATOR had one of the largest Sales in its history and since this fall season ^ M began , sales are larger than last year . mm Do not forget that die United 5 fa . es has ^ M beaten every separator in endurance tests ^ M and holds the WOR...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909
BUGGY BOOK FREE All it requires to get this big Split Hickory Buggy Book is simply to mention this paper and send your name and address . Say on a postal card if you are interested in carriages or harness . Write today to the Ohio Carriage Mfg . Co ., Station 377 , Columbus , Ohio , and ask for their Split Hickory Buggy Book . They will send it free if you mention this paper .
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909
fWt ^ ySxL ) m ^ imk An extra pound of butter from each one hundred pounds of milk ; about sixty pounds of butter extra from the milk of a good cow in a year , thats what the Economy Chief gives you , and what you lose by raising the cream in pans and crocks . PRICES $ 2812 $ 432 _ f BODIYSTRIIL MONEY BACK IF YOU WANT IT . Our beautiful new Cream Separator Catalogue contains information J compiled , by dairy experts ) worth pilars to everyone who keeps cows ; the very latest ideas in dairy methods and all sorts of useful information about milk , and butter . You need this book whether you intend to buy a cream separator or not . * Write today for our free Catalogue No . 481 .
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909
DE LAVAL CREAM SCORES HIGHEST At Great DAIRY SHOW At the great National Dairy Show held recently in Chicago , cream skimmed with DE LAVAL separators won all highest honors . The cream exhibits were made in two classes , and the winners in each were as follows , all being users of DE LAVAL hand separators . MARKET CREAM 1 st Prize , Gold Medal , Q . C . Rspp , Ohio Score 98 # 2 d Priso , Silver Modal , W . R . Nowborry , Ohio . Score 94 CERTIFIED CREAM 1 st Prize , Cold Modal , Tully Farms , New York Score 94 &gt;_ The contest was under the direction of the Dairy Division of the U . S . Department of Agriculture . Washington , and Mr . Repps winning exhibit in the market class was pronounced practically perfect and given the highest score ever awarded by the Dairy Division . For the past twenty years butter made from DE LAVAL cream has won all highest honors in every important contest . Sixteen of the largest 1908 State Fairs awarded their first prize to DE LAVAL butter , and...
LIVE STOCK mmmBm-mmtmmmmmmmmmfc M MHM ^ i [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909
LIVE STOCK mmmBm-mmtmmmmmmmmmfc _^_ M _^_ MHM _¦_^ i _*_ TB-JHrjTO YOUWG BOSSES By Heity JohMOB The old expression , breaking a colt , has gone out of fashion . A good colt is worth careful training , which should commence before the colt is a month old , some say a year after the colt i * fcaled . By handling young colts in • kindly manner they soon learn to become friendly and they seem anxious to do what you want them to do . The best breeders are very careful not to frighten a colt . Their memories are good ; they never forget abuse . If a colt has a good disposition it can be coaxed to do almost anything wanted of it , even fancy tricks may b * taught to young colts and they seem to enjoy the learning . When they grow large enough to wear a harness they are all ready for business and are all the better lor doing a little light work when they are two years of age . Right here , however , is where a great many colts are injured . Two-year-old cohs lack the hardness of bone necess...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909
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THE FARM VETERINARY [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909
THE FARM VETERINARY TO KILL CATTLE TICKS The best way to get rid of ticks on cattle is to go over them where ticks are found with a sponge well moistened with crude petroleum ; repeat when necessary until all ticks are destroyed . GRUBS VX THB HEAD OP SHEEP Where the sheep are troubled with grub in the head , which can be determined if there is a small swelling in front of the ear , bore a hole in the swelling with a gimlet and when the gimlet is withdrawn the grub will come out with the fluid that has accumulated . Then mix 1 dram carbolic acid with 6 ounces of water and wash out the part once a day for a few days . A PUZZLING LAHENBSS ; When a horse goes lame , it frequently puzzles one to find the cause . Sometimes the lameness will not be noticed until after driving several miles . If there is no sore spot to be found , and the feet are very hard , it may possibly be due to the hardness of the hoofs . Have the smith pare out the corns , if found present , then shoe with flat bar...
about NEW BOOKS-SENT FREE- [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909
about NEW BOOKS-SENT FREE- We have a number of new books the great New Southwest , showing opportunities in that country . These books are nicely illustrated with good pictures , and all you need to do is simply mention the FARM PRESS when you write . Won t cost you a cent ; they are free . Be sure to get them . Just drop a postal . Address John Sebastian , Pass . Traffic Mgr ., 1941 LaSalle Station , Chicago , or 1941 Frisco Bldg ., St . Louis .