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GRAIN IN PRODTJCKRS' HANDS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

GRAIN IN PRODTJCKRS HANDS . March 11 . 1907 . The Crop Reporting Board of the Bureau of Statistics of the Department of Agriculture , from the reports of the correspondents and agents of the Bureau , Bods the amount of wheat remaining in farmers hands on March 1 to have been about 206 , 644 . 000 bushels , or 28 . 1 percent of last vear - s crop , as compared with 22 . !) nt of the crop of 1905 , on hand March 1 , 1906 , and 20 . 1 percent of ( he crop of 1904 on hand at the corresponding date in 1905 . The corn In farmers hands is estimated at about 1 , 298 . 000 . 000 bu ., or 41 . 3 percent of last year s crop , against 40 . 9 percent of the cron of 1905 . on hand on March 1 . 1906 . and 38 . 7 percent of the crop of 1904 on hand at the corresponding date in 1905 . Of oats there are reported to be about 384 . 461 . 000 bu ., or 39 . 8 percent of last years crop , still in farmers hands , as compared with 39 . 8 percent of the crop of 1905 . on hand on March 1 , 1906 , and 38 . 8 ...

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

NOTES AND QUERIES . Confining Native Song Birds . —Is it unlawful to keep birds , suoh as red birds , in a cage ? R . A .. Belief on talhe . O . —The Ohio laws explicitly forbid catching , killing , injuring ,, pursuing , or having In ones possession dead or alive , any of the native song birds . This does not apply to birds that were in captivity prior to May 6 . 1902 . Advocates . Instructs and Defends . — I have been taking The Ohio Farmer for about eight years . I shall continue to take it as long as you keep it at Its present high standard . If It costs me five times its present price . I think you put forth more effort to instruct the farmer , and to light his battles , and to work for his Interests , than any other publishers of a farm paper that I know of . I havo often wondered why there are so many farmers who can not see the difference between a valuable , sincere work in their behalf and some make-believe efforts that come under their observation . However , let me assur...

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Page 26 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

NEWSOUTHWALESV * « **» <* , ™ oslprogressive and ¦ «¦_*« WW 111 HHk _ g , most prosperous stale in Greater A R ICTEt it I IA Britain , with an area of 310 , 000 AUO I IB J 4 l _ I A square miles , and 20 , 000 , 000 acres of virgin wheat land within the SO OFFERS A WELCOME ** «*»** To thu Emigrant Settler , to the Rural Laborer and to the Capitalist . Emigrants sound in health , and skilled in any industry , Will be assisted . The New South Wales climate is kind to the farmer , and wheat is produced there more cheaply than in any other country in the world . The groat range of climate possessed by the State , permits al most every known crop to lie raised . A young country , close to the teeming East , with a fast growing population and rapidly expanding industries , and the converging point of many important trade routes , New South Wales offers many avenues of activity for the capitalist New South Wales produced last year $ 230 , 000 , 000 . The men engaged in the Prima...

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Page 26 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

§ CALIFORNIA •»• IRRIGATED FARMS . id 40-acro tracts from » 36 to SlOOper I inns one-sixth cash , balance In live Rico , b . nck silimont anil . Every I ul vgctublo yi . hls cnornioua returns I > rtights r . rf « ctlillc . txc . raici , rates fro ,,, „» , t aft .,, March I . Writ , for Illustrated booklet ROBINSON & CO ., Dept . O . F . I __icH « c | rje Bldrj .. Los Hnneles . Csl . _| _?___ , _ % - I _—A tractor 100 ( 1 Pfll _ -lrl I f ^ ? or , B f Iand P \ # 1 V / CllV In timber and part . ..... . cleoreil : can be divided into three or fonr farms , with buildings on each . This land is well adapted to grain and trucks . Apply to or wrlto J . II . AltKAIIAM „ CO .. ituinford . Va . rnrr-A Beautiful Book of KKPP Western Canada . I IIL-L . WRITE ME FOR IT . Asfaerry Sinolelan , Glads ( one , Man ., Can . MICHIGAN FARMS « CITYPROPERTY For SAIH lu an . I nenr Sachiuv ,- V _ llf » y . Fortuity of soil and pleaBHntne-8 of ollmutu unsurimsscd * 5 . 00 per acre and ...

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WOMAN'S BIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

WOMANS BIGHTS The Dignity and Sacredness of Motherhood . Think of the greatest man who has ever lived upon this earth , and then think of him as he lay , an infant , in his mother s arms . Does it seem possible that he should have grown , become great in the world s estimate and perhaps had monuments erected to perpetuate his memory , and yet that the world should have forgotten even the name of the woman who bore him ? The son s work is the mother s primarily and , therefore , the recognition of the dignity and tender sacredness of motherhood should no longer be delayed . It is high time that this country s greatest treasures—THE WOMEN WHO HAVE CONTRIBUTED LARGELY TO MAKE IT WHAT IT is—should be recognized . Why should not these good mothers be given the ri ght to vote and have a voice in our government—a right that is accorded to some of the most ignorant , most insignificant and vilest of men ? It has been well said that for every monument to a great man there should be a monumen...

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The Columbus Horse Sale . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

The Columbus Horse Sale . Farmers and horsemen everywhere should take notice of the announcement of tha great horse sale that is to take place In the Horse Pavilion . Ohio State Fair grounds . Columbus , O .. March 26 to 30 . It Is the Inaugural sale of the Columbus Horse Sales Co . and will be one of tho greatest sales ever held . The sales will include draft , speed , coach and carriage horses , single driver , saddle horses , high acting stallions , brood mares , etc . Ninety Imported draft brood mares and twenty young stallions will be among the sale animals . A Horse Show will be held Monday and Tuesday evenings . March 25 and 26 . For catalogs send to the Columbus Tlorse Sales Co .. 16214 N . High St .. Columbus . O . See advertisement on page 7 .

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

CATALOGS . ETC .. RECEIVED . tne fiTinonnam fouitry naras , ownea by W . B . Slack & Son , Pultonham , O .. are well-known to the readers of our advertising columns . They are now ready to send out a neat catalog : of their stock to all who request it . The well-known firm of Northrup . King & Co .. Seedsmen , Minneapolis , Mlnn .. are now sending out its 23 d annual catalog . It is a handsome book of 120 pages and contains a wonderful collection of descriptions of all of the well-known varieties as well as many new and novel ones . It is one of the few seed catalogs illustrated with half-tones made from original photographs . As a picture book It Is very attractive and Its suggestions ln many ways are valuable . All kinds of farm , garden and flower seeds ,, poultry supplies , special fertilizers , tools , etc ., are listed . The catalog will be sent . free to persons requesting U . Mention TKe Ohio Farmer when you write to the firm at the above address . _ ...

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Page 27 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

NorthWisconsinB™.ENRIowa HERES THE PROOF . Mr . Andcr-Hon , of Rockmount . Wis ., in 1908 , on 20 acrtB of K 0 rth Wisconsin noil—soil which Is irteniieully the same as in Buy fie Id iiml Sawyer counties -raised 60 tons of liny , on which ho netted $ 14 pot ton . In other wordi he raised 3 tons per acre , which made him $ 43 . 00 . * Think of It . $ 12 . 00 profit per acre In one year , on land which costs $ 5 to $ ]_ per aare . Iowa , wiih her $ 150 . 00-p .-r aero laud , cannot raise over l * a tons per acre , and cannot claim a bettor mi . rkct . Y « u kllOtf that . This is the kind of land we offer y <>» for $ 5 . 00 to * I 5 . U 0 per acre , on easy payments . It is undeveloped land , to he sure , but bv our plan live acres of cleared laud , and proper use of tho unrieiircd liunl , will earn a good living and yield _ iiniclu . il . surplus to nay for the farm in a short time . It Is tho greatest grassland , the greatest dairy . in « region in all America ....

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Page 27 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

t THIS SCALE IS PERSONALLY GUARANTEED BY ME . 1 ¦ ¦ •;•—SB HeresMyHandonIt After more than forty years experience as a scale-builder I am now able to offer you a five ton bridge trussed steel lever scale with p latform 14 feet x 8 feet and a solid brass compound beam and beam box for $ 45 . 00 delivered to your station . All sizes from a postal to a track scale at an equally low price . All scales sold on trial . Write me for full particulars of this offer . JONES HE PAYS THE FREIGHT JONES OF BINGHAMT 0 N , Box 420 , Binghamton , N . Y . VIDOIMIA WELCOMES THE N 0 R 1 IIV If * —4 I IV I M ERN H 0 MESEEKER . PJ ° IUi . r State offers such opportunities . Tlu-climato la * mild ami healthy , th . . oil Is rich and a lilllo inon . y will purchase a lino pine , with cooil hulldincs and ovory modern convenience . Write us . Wo will answer all questions . Youll wonder why you never Investluated before . C . H . BERGHS SONS & OA _> E , H 30 Main St . Ulchmond . Va . *—...

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( HOME AND YOUTH [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

( HOME AND YOUTH AN AFTERNOON WITH EDWARD EVERETT HALE . BY VIRGINIA CUBTISS SMITH . The city of Boston has long been remarkable for its distinguished figures in science , politics , art and literature . Edward Everett Hale is one of these . His family is a noted one , possessing brains as well as good old New England blue blood . His father , Nathan Hale , was a prominent man of his time in Boston , an able journalist , having been the editor for many years of the old Boston Advertiser . Edward Everett Hale was born in Boston , April 3 , 1822 . He was educated at Harvard , graduating in 1839 , and has always kept in touch with his alma mater . It it a rare treat to the students at Harvard when genial Dr . Hale comes to visit them . In his early life he set type in his father s office . In 1845 he was 11eensed to preach , his first charge being the Church of the Unity , Worces EDWAKD EVERETT HALE . ter , Mass ., where he remained ten years ( from 1846 to 1856 ) , then went to the Un...

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Page 28 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

rmmmmmmmmmmMM \ There ought to be a cake of Ivory Soap in your dairy , all the time . You can use it in all sorts of ways — to sterilize milk pails and bottles ; to cleanse the cooling pans ; to keep tables and shelves free from the possibility of impurity . Ivory Soap is a powerful disinfectant ; and yet it is the purest and one of the mildest soaps you can buy . No free alkali in it ; no chemicals ; nothing but soap , soap that is 99 4 i ^ 0 per cent . pure . fn^]IvorySoap Ji g ^ It Floats I=!^=S________=________=_=_________= 11 This Keeps . fs ^ HK ^? Lightning/faff Out Of Your iKllli Telephone s ^ jsSQf / This is our No Risk Lleht ^ fii _ HsSH nine Arrester . Pull the knob , and your Il _ telephone is absolutely cut out . rfl _ Lightning : cannot ^ m \ simple ! \ f _ % enteryour house . !_(_ poalUvej sure . \ fcAl Protect * IPw ^ -4 mm \ Book FR £ E - r ~ l the bonne , iirliHr : : r ^> l QVOfdsnre , inHurCH A _ BJ Jlil 1 end r ° ur n ™« V mifotylortUifurriily . WW and...

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PIMPLES , BLACKHEADS- [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

PIMPLES , BLACKHEADS- Get Rid of All Your Face Troubles In a Few Days Time With the Wonderful Stuart Calcium Wafers . Trial Package Sent Free . You can not have an attractive face or a beautiful complexion when your blood is in bad order and full of impurities . Impure blood means an impure face , always . The most wonderful as well as the most rapid blood cleanser is Stuarts Calcium Wafers . You use them for a few days , and the difference tells in your face right away . Most blood purifiers and skin treatments are full of poison . Stuarts Calcium Wafers are guaranteed free from any poison , mercury , drug , or opiate . They are as harmless as water , but the results are astonishing . The worst cases of skin diseases have been cured in a week by this quick-acting remedy . It contains the most effective working power of any purifier ever discovered , —calcium sulphide . Most blood and skin treatments are terribly slow . Stuart s Calcium Wafers have cured boils in 3 days . Every part...

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LOST—A SISTER . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

LOST—A SISTER . Once I had a little sister , and we used to play together With a dolly and a cupboard and a set of dishes blue . Through the morning until even , through the cold and sunny weather There was nothing I suggested that she didnt want to do—Let me rock her in a cradle , let me tie her curls with laces . Bits of ribbon from the scrap-bag , anything of proper hue . Let me lead in all the playing , let me choose the toys and places For our dream-world . I was older ; she , you see , was only two . Once I had a little sister , and we never had a pleasure That we didnt share together , and its glories thus enhance . How I used to tell her stories , tales of great and hidden treasure . For she liked the bandit doings better than she did romance . We would stand and watch the snowflakes , we would wash my dollies dresses . If we didnt sit together , twas an awful circumstance . But Ive lost her—0 , Ive lost her ! For they cut her pretty tresses And they took her out one morning...

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Page 29 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

___^L* ffmKCANCER HI OF THE BREAST HpjBJCURED WM How Mrs . Rodman s ^^ 9 _^^ Life was Saved BCRLIKGTOS , N J ., NOV . 11 , 08 . DR . L . T . LEACH , Indianapolis , Ind . Dear Doctor : —I write to testify to tho curative powers o ( CANCEROL for the treatment of malignant disease . I was afflicted with two cancers of the right breast , and after a persistent and stubborn tight , can truthfully say that both cancersare cured My breast is entirely healed up and my general health Is good . Let me thank you lor tho Interest you havo taken In mo . Though I cannot express my feelings ln words , my Inmost sentiment is more than kind towards you . 1 thank the t . ond Lord for giving yon tlio knowledge to make such a wonderful remedy . , C ^ -, , ^ COiCsuA , - £ &* J V EKOL •>*?Proved Its merits In the treatm £ « otoxnta . . ls not I » experimental nSrTi Si ™ . ^ 8 ? f Vlsputed cures of cancer in VSS & fZSSlSS . of tlmhorty aro contained In Dr . _? £ _!__ •fi...

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Page 29 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

^^^ ^^^^^^^ A Picture That Talks ^ C _!_ £ _ L _______ i B |_^ -C _ S ? V , A . W . Anderson s farm ^ mM KmW ^^ : ^ m ^ ^ ^ Carey s Flexible ^^^^ J ^^^^^ gP ^ Cement Roofing ^^^^^^^^ j ^^^ Jjga *^^^ ^ The work was done by Mr . Anderson him * ^ self with but knife and hammer as tools . Tho dweilinK shows the neat and economical application of Careys Roofing over a shingle roof , which waa good lor nothing else than a foundation for Careys Roofing . Mr . Anderson writes : Carey s Roofing la first class In every respect , tho best I havo ever seen . I am using It with entire satisfaction on fiat and steep surfaces , for cave spouts and all other places . Zt keeps my cuttle comfortable * as cold and all moisture are excluded . What I have done with Careys Kooflng other farmers may do equally as well . X will always be eh-d to use it and recommend It ** Careys Roofing is composed of best all wool felt ( our own manufacture ) , our hicrhly tempered Asphalt Compound , strong burlap , and o...

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HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT v- ^^^ wv ^ ww ^ SPECIAL ARTICLE NO . 6 . •~~- ~~~ TrainingOurFiveDaughters=4 ¦ By JULIA GAGE , GE . RB . ISH . . * * * Teaching Purity — One of the first habits which we , as parents , must Btrlve to iniiilcate in our children is that of purity . I begin the formation of this habit very early in the little one , and as soon as she arrives at proper age , I endeavor to establish a confidential relation between her and myself by instructing her in regard to certain truths , In order so to fortify her against outside temptation . And I want to remind you that it is not a matter of choice with us when to begin this instruction of our child . If it were , we should no doubt much prefer to wait till maturer years . Every parent who remembers his own childhood will testify that there are always companions at school or on the street who are more than willing to answer questions on these subjects , and their account is so much more highly colored and sensational than yo...

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