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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909

. THE WONDERBERRY A uackHtt Berry Ripening in Three Months from Seed . -either Burbank s Oreateet Creation . BRUIT blue-black like an enormous rich blueberry 1 ln looks and . taste . Unsurpassed for eating raw , oooked , canned or preserved in any form . The greatest garden fruit ever Introduced and equally valuable ln hot , dry , cold or wet climates . Easiest . plant in the world to grow succeeding anywhere aad yielding greatmasses ot rich fruit all summer and . faU-andall winter In pots —( As a pot plant it is both ornamental and useful . ) The greatest boon to the family garden ever known . Everybody ean and win growlt . We are the sole Introducers ln all parts of the world and offer thousands of dollars In cash prises for which see Catalogue . Bead aoe . per packet . ¦ packets ( or BOc , Also ourOreat Catalogue of Seeds , Bulbs , Plants and New Frnlta for MM , free . jO __ f Uim cm-Dg . Floral Park . » . * ¦ ^ J kt ^ Tryu \ mTNt ! W 7 JSKRed Majestic M 2 _ L . Tomato mMmmmS The...

Publication Title: Farm Press
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 14 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909

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Publication Title: Farm Press
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909

Strawberry Pints That draw All Standard varieties . Also Raspberry- Blackberry turrsnt and Grape Plaata and Asparagus Beet * In A-nortmeat . Warranted Tra * UHBS » e , and cif Grade represented . Catalog with Cultural Instruction , free . C . E . WHITTIN . BOX . R 3 . Bridgman , *¦•»»•

Publication Title: Farm Press
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909

^^ P ^ SH >* y < tf KPQ-eACjgoip ^ ww _ wfe _ S ) lt ^^^^^^^ AY wMwatsa tt > J ** , f . ?* g \ J ___!_ i *^~ J _* jj * Mft » ^^ I ^ J * SSSaJ ^ t £ am - ^ m _^ J ^—^ i iM . emmotaaaell ^^ m 1 Wonder r _ k Wp _ frultln « months 9 sr «» mWk tmtsT . Si eye but ¦ r fJafMJuAa have ^^ plant M late as Octomm vet . Seed sown In the m \\ house in winter will ^ m begin tofrmtaarlyand ^ m bear all summer ) tt BB * . will even fruit In pots ^ Si ^ c Sf ^ g ^^^ cSw-jt j ^ S f iMv ^ s ^ n ^ feife ^ sgg G § N FREEI Two Packmiw for Trial . gf ^ SffigSBSB We an anxious to Increase oxvaMgartoutomm and have you become acquainted with onr Qnaran-teed-oeio la tbe reason wamsBe thi * generous offer Ifytm give Oar p 9 eeo ^ atrl _ l , we are sure you will become one of our phased customers . _ J _ JW » tedajr forour Big 190 S , US-PM * . Illustrated Seed Catalog . M . M . MEHMV * tJCOeo : , BoK 859 , OlartmAa . la . pARMRMTit STRAWBERRY _ JH & P * W __ A |» sui...

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909

i ts the title of Ow IM » Catalogae-the most beautiful and Inttruettve horU . cnltunl publication of the day—a book ofaoo pages-700 Photo engraving * from natara—8 superb colored and daotoae plates ot vegetable * and flowers . It Is a mine of . Information of evenrthing in gardening either ( or pleasure or profit , and embodies the result of sixty yean experience . Aa a book of reference alone it 1 * invaluable . T » gtn __ ca-u « guthUif « rtrtttlMiplbMta ^ tflr t Every Empty Envelope MM ^ m MJE ^ % Counts as Cash ^ 2 SiS * a s ___ a Toevery one who will statewhere this advertisement wa « seen and who jfa ^ T _ lSij 2 _ l Wr encloses Ten Cent * ( in stamps ) , we will mail the catalogue and also tend H _ HWB » M • reeofck-rge , our famous 80 c . Henderson Collection of seeds coni f ^ fl ^^ HjB ™ tainlnaonepaclret ^ oftta ^ A _ - /» rfA 5 _« rfA 0 « aj ,- Giant Panty Pansies , WL r mmmmmTZ i f *** £ * rtoorlaAsters , mixed ; Henderson s Big Boston Ltttute , MMMMM fru & e...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909

P 0 ULTO i _____^__ FARM POULTRY By Hummer MeC-Ooagh It is really surprising to see how many flocks of mongrel poultry are ktpt on the average farm . Only a few days ago I passed one of the finest farms in this country . The people that owned it were very well off , and had money to buy almost whatever they wished , but to see their flock of poultry you would think they were poor managers . Chickens of all shapes and almost of all colors . This should not be , but it is what we find on a great many of our best farms today . A flock of pure bred poultry not only looks much better , but they pay much better . They will lay more eggs . They are better for market , they look better , and they are better in every way you take them . Many a farmer will travel ten miles in order to get his mares bred to the right kind of a horse , which is all right , but on the other hand he will not give the breeding of his poultry a minutes thought . He keeps males that are full brothers to the pullets ...

Publication Title: Farm Press
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909

16 r To get right down to • workable Btonsy basis in your Poultry Work—to stop your loss in spoiled eggs and dead chick *—to get you such chicks as vriB reach the mpBBy line—thi * is the mission of The HEW MEfffoD INCIBATOR m ^ Awmmmm—^ The New > Automatic Fire- ^^^^^^ B Proof , Steel-Lined , Open M ^ A ^ A ^ AWl Nest Incubator that cannot J ^ mmmMM be overheated—tbat is as | ^* |^^ D automatic in Moisture and 1 I IM Pure Air as alive hen , and 1 * I whose chicks are the live- ¦ I liest and snappiest emWePey . herrs 4 s-t < bodiments of what WellHatched chicks should he that you ever saw come out of an incubator . .... Such is the New Method—the incubator that is different . I have a special Trial Proposition for every reader of Farm Press . I want to send you this Proposition , also our Free Catalogue , which explains one of the greatest causes of Chicks dying in the shells , and why incubator Chicks have always been more or less weakly . This book is free if ...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909

_^ H _ 9 ( P _ BB ^_ 8 I ^_ H __^_ 3 I _^_ IN _ I _ NHfl ^^^^^^^^ R ^| i _ B ^ S ^^^^^^^^^^^ l FLOORS TABLES CHAIRS OILCLOTHS AND ALL INTERIOR WOODWORK CAMPBELL The Original Tbe best Soi * for all linda pli ) , of wood h bosgi out the \ natml grain . Br « si » g ibe Ground color , band—me tfeds ciin be obtaincd on old painted Vj ar ( -colored surface * . Fbwa Fry e ^ .-fcs haidae-ilayil-id J Get Ot _ pUI * sad m Get SsU-actkiB . f / jj YOUR DBA-Bit -BULB IT CARPENTER-MORTON CO Kggfc ) II IDT SB 1 lIUul WM > I ™* f ¦ Mm ? I ICC Wi I ijnr VMM I ** • # ¦»_ VMM ; WIN S W /// m ORNISH Ui js _ = _ gp ||| g | g ^ S & £ m £ sl ( ji 3 S & M fjA Bl W ylm , KA Vn tt ] lW g \ M Kl l / fllfflL ljfllffwl ||| ljfli MBQ 8 K 9 S m uUfiaspSssn HH YS 8 T M jfl \ J 57 MAM- » 12 KS ^ n SetttogT-taT-PIoeeKitchen Set sMLsW rnmtw . msmmmim . etB . A cra __ rO ___ _ LACE NTS aSl __^__^_^__^__^__ ian ootainf mooarMWWmWWmWWmmmMmWat tsemm as uo s _^ Bwirt _ l sots par weak . ...

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Al f L AROUND THE FARM [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909

Al f L AROUND THE FARM THB CASS OF A FLOW By Henry James A plow looks like a simple implement , but the modern plow is the outcome of hundreds of years of experience and the unceasing ingenuity of the best Yankee inventors . Plowing is the most expensive process in connection with cultivating the soil , a fact that our forefathers recognized and which no doubt led up step by step from the old fashioned cast-iron rooter to the present perfected riding plow which automatically controls , itself and turns from two to six furrows at once and does the work better than it has ever been done before . Still , the implement is not unnecessarily complicated , but may be thoroughly un derstood by any workman of ordinary intelligence . Soils are not all alike and climatic conditions differ so that the selection of the proper plow is important . After the right kind of plow is secured , its handling and care decides whether good or poor work will be done with it . A little rust on the mould-boar...

Publication Title: Farm Press
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909

POILTRY BOOK FREE ! ^^ -J-h ^ uT -i-eywHhpoahry . J . M . HAMRIS , Otsa OenMr , Hebihska fH WHY PAY MORE ? I OTwRm vou CAN on A DB—IAWCS IWCUBATO l x 50 eu $ ln , $ iM . 100 eag , $ * . 95 . » 0 e » , $ 7 . 9 swonggi—lanase i llbcial trial offer . WenaVemebestniciibanirl andprorcrt . Mereageatiwanted . Tetn-. 9 n _ ISandca-liWP » naa . SM . rUirWrnkat-rW-t-p , Baz tni , Bllfrnad , R . J .

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Page 17 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909

Let the Crops Pay for ^ PQJBBBfln Your Home in /^^^ SSS ^ Sunny Southern Alberta f f ^^^^^ M ^ OR Onr New Gmtranteti /^/ w ^ l ^^ - mr ^^^ 4 mm \ Crop-Payment Phut IJr I / £ - A \ ^ Hir / frst «>_ - H l yjOtrvu be interested to Investigate this splendid new / ! 2 s / WiTvf I *< ^ * * A \ f ^^ T opportunity If you lust write for one or more of L ^_ F l r j % t * i i 1 / V >»_ _ k M AT A .. tfsse books and the factsabout our newCrop-Pay- - »^ J f _ tw M nW f hsZy ^ + S / _¦ m-ntFartneralilpFlanonwhlcbyoac * noMalnaapIendId _ ^ V *«— HI asK-.-Zr * ** . AMM home la Bunny southern Alberta . TTrnnmn sn nWsitslTrrt J . f jB |_ # la . M mag iJ _ s _^ , M _ i _ akar l ll _ tSuinanfromtheStateawhowrltt * us November / / , V * ^_ ( - r % V / ^ M tt \ 2 B / r >! m ^ m i 7 th from Pendleton , Ongon- » -tteran honest and sesi ^ htisj / W {&*< - /** i \ mf VjMtsu * Jr ^ A Investigation of con < Uttonsln-ll > e...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909

2 m Misses and Girls Sack Apron , or Oversleeves . Six sizes , 6 to 16 years with High or Low Neck and Long Sleeves 2709 . Ladies Combination Corget ^ Cover , Drawers and Short Petticoat . Serl en sizes , 32 to 44 bust . o ^ 16- -, Ladies Semi-Fitting DressinB Sack . Eight sizes , 32 to 46 . 2731 . Girls Wrapper . Five sizes , to 14 years . t .. 273 £ Ladies Tucked Shirtwaist , wilfl Shoulder Yoke . Six sizes , 32 to 42 . 274 S . Girls Dress , Closing with Bufl tons on Shoulders and Having a Scpfl rate Guitnpe . Five sizes , 6 to 14 years . 2748 . Child s One-Piece Dress » iiH Yoke . Four sizes , 1 to 7 years . H 2726 . Ladies Tucked Shirtwaist . Sifl sizes , 32 to 42 . 2715 . Child s One-Piece Dress , Closiifl with Buttons Down the Front and ItiMW ing a Removable Chemisette . Five shtMW 1 to 9 years . ^ 1 2710 . . Girls and Child s Apron . Fnfl sizes , 2 to 10 years . 2720 . Ladies Apron and Overskovf ^ B One size . ^ H # 2734 . Ladies Nine-Gored Skirt , 0 « mm ing with Buttons Dow...

Publication Title: Farm Press
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Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909

18 JM UMEfT AND BEST LINE OP * WELL DRILLING MACHINERY eSSfJ ; lag it for over 20 years . Do not bay not- yoa see our new Illustrated Catalogue No . U . Send for ft now . ItlsPHEE . Amtla Manufacturing Ot ., Chlwg era PHONOGRAPH OFFEI M meam . neerUasI-WBssi . Bdlssn nwassrsph . AMmWk mmpmumies aa sntsrlslnar aad fna asksr . gmoMBM b-ssessty snfcrsd by old aad ronat . Here K _ ifV wsBsss , rsr-il—« , ssered aad eoacsrl ssn . ¦¦ ftj ssaspstsi iwrraiay . Mssswrylsv . I WjHBA W ^ ISHIPOir-PPSBVAI - ^ £ _ £ g ! ffiSe ^^ «_ a-f-Ba _ I t _ Pri _ i _^^ Jk * tto _» Tenr ^ sent free . Send rough W , LJen St—aitee-miep-lMtopstentsliBHy . Fstents W mWMa aAetstami tor sale tt oer expense In fourteen jm WmM Jtsimftrttasis * Jo—i—Is . I (__/ BTC latent ObWed or reeEeturned I In wl CHMBUB * CIANDUE , Pattat Atfys I __ LIJ 7 _ _ SS _ UH 4 . ST . SM l llw wr . ^ w-Mjgaiu , p fipht Thwa ^^^^ I ^ SMLMMMMMJMM TO . ^^^ P r Tn ^ mendellleskiilnTutrtenslls ^ Mn ^ I fl < t > hr » ss ....

Publication Title: Farm Press
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Page 18 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909

ICan Y 014 Imagine ! What it means to Own An INCOME Hem * Farm U MIIM Worth at maimer , With the BEST Irriestion system ithe State of Colorado ; with theraoid growth andconimerci _ lImportanceiof the City of Denver at your door- » a market and distributing center for your produce ? I It meaM that every acre of this land will sell in a short tJine for the hieb est prices ever obtained for irrteatai land ^ n any section of the country . ¦ Write me or call on me personally for further facts . } fci T ^^ ^ 1 h ! d to * » most intelligent people in the market . Thmy invemuaett * . Why eton * you ? WRITE TOOAYl WILCOX , M w «* Ma < ea Sim . _*_*_*^ 2 ^ A * J 11110 - 80 - lU-IBOlT ! _ *^ F 0 R S A S MILLIO T A m Me-non thu paper and « • i >~ - ;; _ 7 T _ v #° _; * _ . **• . w »~ M « •»••«» ¦¦ ? BV * * - B _ t mlllloB nseen . S ____ J _ iK ___ J > -i _ . 5 S ^ - ** ¦^ jmmmm W ^ r TAAMJWLinnB ^ , iTAma . ftSF . BB WrH * Quick . Set * no Hone ,. - ^•^ gwM NewM...

Publication Title: Farm Press
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GLASSES UNNECESSARY Bye Strain Believed by Quitting Coffee . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909

GLASSES UNNECESSARY Bye Strain Believed by Quitting Coffee . Many cases of defective vision are caused by the habitual use of coffee . It is said that in Arabia , where coffee is used in large quantities , many lose their eyesight at about fifty . A New Jersey woman writes to the point concerning eye trouble and coffee . She says : My son was for years troubled with his eyes . He tried several kinds of glasses without relief . The optician said there was a defect ln his eyes which was hard to reach . He used to drink coffee , as we all did , and finally quit it and began to use Postum . That was three years ago ; he has not had to wear glasses , and has had no trouble with his eyes since . I was always fond of tea and coffee and finally became so nervous I could hardly sit still long enough to eat a meal . My heart was in such a condition I thought I might die any time . Medicine did not give me any relief and I was almost desperate . It was about this time we decided to quit coffee...

Publication Title: Farm Press
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