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SORES BIG AS A PENNY . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

SORES BIG AS A PENNY . Covered Head and Neck—Hah All Came Out—Suffered 6 Months—Used Cuticura Costing $ 1 . 50 . Cured in Three Weeks . Alter having the measles my whole head and neck were covered with scaly sores about as large as a penny . They were just as thicki as they could be . My hair all came out . I let the trouble run along , taking the doctors blood remedies and rubbing on salve , but it ( lid not seem to get any better . It stayed that way for about six months ; then I got a set of the Cuticura Remedies , and in about a week I noticed a big difference , and ln three weeks it was well entirely and I have not had the trouble any more , and as this was seven years ago , I consider myself cured . I used one bottle of Cuticura Resolvent , one box of Cuticura Ointment , and two cakes of Cuticura Soap . Mrs . Henry Porter , Albion , Neb ., Aug . 25 , 190 G .

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

Please Mention THE OHIO FARMER When Writing to Our Advertisers .

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Page 30 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

3&X& BaKingPowder Absolutely \ Pure A wholesome cream of tartar baking powder . Makes the lightest , best flavored biscuit , hot-breads , cake and pastry . Alum and alum-phosphate baking powders are injurious * Do not use them . When buying baking powder bo sure the label specifies or earn of tartar .

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Page 30 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

CONSERVATIVE BANKING BY MAIL By depositing ; your funds by mail in this strong savings bank you are assured privacy in your banking transactions , quite impossible at home . We allow on savings deposits 4PercentInterest and can meet the requirements of the most exacting depositors . Send today for our free booklet I telling all about our system of Banking by Mall . Zhe (Elevelanb ftrustCompany ( Savings Sink ) . CLEVELAND . OHIO Capital , - - $ 2 , 500 , 000 . 00 Surplus , ... $ 2 , 500 , 000 . 00 68 , 000 Depositors . PR . E 8 ERVE YOUR EGGS while they are cheap . Send for sample gallon of our fluid Klasa preparation . It makes ten gallons of preservative . Price express prepal . l , $ 1 . 25 p <» r gallon , with full instructions . The OHIO PAIL CO ., Middlefield . O . Gall Stones or any Liver Disease Writo mo nil about it , Will toll of a cur « FREE . Addresf F . L . COVEY , 388 _ . Chicago Aveuuo . CUlCAUO , ILLINOIS ONLYS12.00 For those who do not wish to pay fof the...

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A BATCH OF TESTED RECIPES . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

A BATCH OF TESTED RECIPES . Butter Rolls . —These are very good lor the school lunch basket . Take bread dough when light enough to work into loaf—enough to make half a loaf . Mix in 1 egg , V > cup sugar , % cup butter or lard , and flour enough to make stiff . Let rise , mix down , let rise again . When light , roll out as you would for biscuits , spread very thin with butter , cut in strips about 3 inches wide and 5 or 6 Inches long ; fold over and place in dripping pans . Let rise until very light . Bake in a hot oven about 20 minutes . Cake Without Eggs . —One cup sugar . 1 cup sour milk , Vi cup butter , 2 cups flour , 1 cup chopped raisins , 1 teaspoon cinnamon , % teaspoon nutmeg , 1 teaspoon soda , dissolved in hot water . Try cutting the raisins with scissors . Corn Bread . — Excellent 1 % cups corn meal , V > : cup flour . V > cup sour cream , Vi cup buttermilk , % cup sugar , 1 teaspoon solt , 1 teaspoon soda , 2 eggs . Bake in gem pans f...

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SEWING MACHINE IMPROVE -MENTS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

SEWING MACHINE IMPROVEMENTS . One of the most convenient sewing machine improvements is the automatic tension release recently added to The Ohio Farmer sewing machines . This automatically releases the top tension when the presser foot is raised , so the goods can be instantly removed without stopping to pull out the upper thread , and with no danger of breaking it at the eye of the needle . The new ball-bearing shuttle lever is an improvement not found upon any other machine at any price . It reduces wear , but , what is more important . It holds the lever much more firmly in proper position , giving better control of the shuttle . We have In preparation a new illustrated catalog ol Ohio Farmer sewing machines , showing all improvements , details , etc ., and shall be pleased to send one to interested parties free upon request . Over 25 , 000 Ohio Farmer machines are in use today at a saving of probably a naif million dollars , and it is a clear waste of money to pay the agents hig...

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CRACKER-JACK . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

CRACKER-JACK . This Is much better than popcorn balls , besides being In nicer shape to handle . Have the corn popped and carefully sorted , then , for six quarts of corn , make the following syrup : 1 cup molasses and hi cup sugar boiled together till the mixture will harden in water , then add hi teaspoon soda , and stir thoroughly . Have the corn In a very large pan . and pour the syrup over lt while hot . stirring rapIdly so that all the kernels will become coated with lt before lt hardens . If a pint of shelled peanuts is stirred in also , it Is a great Improvement , though good enough without them . Have shallow baking tins well buttered , and before the cracker-jack has time to cool and become hard , fill the pans full , pressing it down so that when cold it can be cut into squares of suitable size to handle conveniently . If kept more than a day the candy often becomes moist and the corn tough , but all that is needed to make it as good as new is to place it in a hot oven ti...

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OUR PATTERNS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

OUR PATTERNS . Price 10 cents . Waist and skirt patterns arc separate , therefore be sure to send 20 cents for a two-piece suit pattern . Order by number and title of pattern ; if for children , give age : for adults , give bust measure for waists , and waist measure for skirts . Address orders to Pattern Department , The Ohio Parmer , Cleveland . Ohio . A Smart Theater Waist . Pattern No . 1631 . Sizes 32 to 40 Bust . It may re of silk , of lingerie material , or of soft veiling or voile . Our model is of cream landsdown . with a chemisette of baby Irish lace , and irimmlngs of pale due velvet—a most •harming combination . The neck Is cut a deep V in front , and in a shorter one at the back , and fine tucks at the shoulders in front give an added fulness over the bust . The sleeves are of a novel design . The pattern , No . 1631 , Is cut In sizes from 32 to 40 Inches bust measure . The medium size will require _ .- s yards of material 27 inches wide , with % yards of all-over lace ...

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FOURTH MACHINE . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

FOURTH MACHINE . The Ohio Farmer sewing machine that I ordered last summer Is giving the best of satisfaction . This makes four Ohio !• armor machines that I have ordered In the last year for friends and they are all doing the best of work . —F . L . Sturm , Mannlngton , w . y _

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Page 31 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

>\ PV Simpson-Eddystone £ fe es5»__Black«_•Whites3jf I Dress-making requires a great deal of \_ 7 time and work ; and flimsy material will eJiWIIMK Simpson-Eddystone Prints are sub- jfPwffllll stantial in quality with patterns of ex- __ffl __Rm ( J ceeding beauty that do not fade . TP __( r ^ Some designs have a new silk finish . ¦ JpHwk „_ . »^ Ask your dealer tor Sim pson-Eddystone MiMilllW LDDYSTOVT Black-and-Whittt . HP *< V «*>** V 1 »_/ Three generations of Simpsons t \ Y % w \ V _ T * ¥ * st > have made Simp « on Prints . • - rKlIl 1 Q The Eddyitone Mij . Co . ( Sole- Maken ) Philadelphia . //^3$\Gc*YourNameIn fig^A^Quickly! FRFF TRIAI f ____ H _ ra _^_ l ? > t ; 1 _ L «« you on trial , simply by alV-UU HUftL igy ^^ S «*» S «* sending your name . You CutshovratheGcnulneKdlsoa ^ 3 __________5 _____T nppH not Qfmrl •, ennt i . n . ll . . * . . . Standard Phonograph . ^— i *^^ p _ ^ w etu nor sum a tent until you •y have giv...

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

ALWAYS mention OHIO FARMER when writing to our advertisers .

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Page 32 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

ff^^kWriteMe ^«|J_4Postal H|^foraPrice __ E __ aM ____ fi _ r _> fe jl Say—Quote me prices on HHH [ AS your Split Hickory Vehicles . ^ mm ^ mJtmm ^> j That s nil you need to do . I apl ^ r % : / will send you free my bh ? 1907 HH ^^ S & SlY Split Hickory Vehicle Book , It ME _ s . v- : J s biir ^ er nnd better this year HH &« : > 7 £ *&><? than ever before , and contains _ -B- ___ g _ ff \ photographs of over 1 _ 5 Split mjSr m liickory Vehicles—also photo * ^ mAW ^ M ftrapha of a full line high-grade ^ Harness . I will quote you direct Anp \ Xprfces from my factory which will MMJA / saveyou from 30 % to 50 % on IIi _; liAM M 9 L > y ( 3 rade SplilHickory Buggies . i\YvlISeU Direct to You I.Mron 30Days WFREETrial Sjy ?* y MB BoijirT BookKlvea nil klndB of ln formaV tion-how Iii »! h-gra < Io buttitted aro made . how tlu-y oro optiolsterud , liow they aro trimmed , how tho...

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Page 32 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

( Tobacco / Zj & fj < T »_ I _ T 7 ~^ ^ s . r ^ s »^— _ . In fact , tobacco require more ^ Q / J *^ Iff //// f ^ f ^ Tjl Potash1KNH| than any other cultivated plant . I ^ fe ^^^^ - if ^^^^^ A complete fertilizer containing not M ^^^ MW ^ teill §| P less than 9 per cent , of Potash in the ^^^ ///^ -fllixll ^ form of Sulphate should be used . is ^ ffiiV W / / d % d £ z £ §! Valuable books on the cultivation , FPisltA Wmtt & Nr ^ S ^ growth and fertilization of tobacco will i _^_^ Y __^^^^ 7 lr l ^ K ^ be sent free to all interested farmers . ^^ a B ^|_^^^^_^^ fe ^ I They give the results of scientific ex- m ^^^^^^^^^^^ M GERMAN KALI WORKS lfP ^^^_»^_^ n ^^ Sw 93 Nassau Street , New York ^ i ^^^ L ^^^^^ t ^^^ ¦ ¦ ff \ M -r F ^^^ - ^ si ^^^^ jij ^^^^^ a ^^ Ji ^ S ^ S feg- ^^^^^ jfc ^^^ S ^^^^ SlKEgay ^ ,. att ± . MoneyLostinJolts^^ Can ynn eatlmate how mncli yonr wasnn—and load , or stock , fruit and prodncri—aro Injured py lack otaprlniial It may not ...

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Page 32 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 March 1907

S 0 B H O I , r . that Ha frame and sills are _) mad 3 of oak ; that it has a ball and socket joint on front axle to prevent racking : and twisting and steel braces and steel truss mt rods to guard against warping and I sagging . See that the apron does gj not run batkward and forward on hilly ground but insist on a post- 1 tlve and continuous apr . n drive . See that it Is practically automatic and so simple that any boy who can drive a team can run it as well as any man and control its every operation without leaving the seat The Appleton Manure Spreader has all those inrproved features and many others equally important . Write to-day for free catalogue and special I prices and terms . APPLETON MANUFACTURING CO . I 21 Fargo Street . Batavia , I 1 L , U . S . A . We want every reader ot this paper to try a WhitcombSteel BarnDoorLatch The Whitcomb is the most convenient latch made . Can be attached to any door with ease . No fitting necessary . Holds door open or closed . Horses can...

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tl-VBAlTiri „ J J grSoit ASiSityM [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 30 March 1907

tl-VBAlTiri „ J J grSoit ASiSityM Special Article No . 10 By CHAS . E . THORNE , Director Ohio Exper l Stalion If we take the geological map of Ohio and draw a line from Sandusky to the western boundary of Scioto county we find that over the area west of this line the surface rocks are limestones , except in the region north of the Maumee , while east of this line there extends across the state from north to south a broad belt of shales and sandstones , known as the Waverly formation , and still east of that lie the coal measures , the surface rocks of which are sometimes limestone , sometimes sandstone . Although the surface soils over the north three-fourths of the state have heen largely modified by glacial action , yet the glaciers have moved approximately from north to south , so that for long distances they have traveled over rocks of like character , the result of which has been that the materials left behind them as they retreated northward have been largely the detritus of ...

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EXPERIMENT FARM NOTES . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 30 March 1907

EXPERIMENT FARM NOTES . Maple Syrup Questions . — Makers of maple syrup in this neighborhood are experiencing a great deal of annoyance with what Is locally called sugar sand . It is a brownish sediment that appears in the syrup when it ls strained , and often after straining . ( 1 ) These men aver that sugar sand is something new , and that they were not troubled with it several years ago . ( 2 ) They say that the amount of sugar sand in syrup may vary between practically none and large proportions , and this from day to day with no apparent cause . ( 3 ) They are anxious to know what sugar sand is , and what causes lt . ( 4 ) They desire some remedy . It seems not to appear in the sap . They have brought the question to me , but as I have not had experience with syrup I know nothing about it , except theoretically . —G . P . Williams , Erie Co ., Pa . The writer of the above is a teacher of agriculture in the country schools . ( 1 ) Sugar sand is not new . Nature does not change h...

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THAT PRODUCTIVE FARM . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 30 March 1907

THAT PRODUCTIVE FARM . The Ohio Farmer of March 2 contains an article under the above heading in which B . N . G ., who says he owns land and lives on a 100-acre farm in Erie Co ., O ., but signs from Huron Co ., O ., discredits my statement of receipts from the farm of R . N . Vandervort of Clinton Co ., O ., for the year 1906 . I havent the article in question before me but my recollection is that I mentioned , in explanation of the unusually good showing , that Mr . V . kept fine sheep and sold many for breeding purposes at a considerable advance over common stock , an advantageous condition over the average farm . I have written to Mr . V . calling his attention to the article of Mr . G . and requesting him to send The Ohio Farmer an itemized statement of re ceipts for 1906 , so that Mr . G . and others may know the different sources of receipts , I have twice visited the farm of Mr . V . and I was surprised at the amount of stock he was carrying on so small a farm and also at i...

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