ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Farm Press Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 4,660 items from Farm Press, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
4,660 results
Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909

. FARM ^^ S ^ P RESS X H F « I Mk ^ ^ e ^ ^ e ^^ ge , — e ^ m OI > % Big Tree Book to You VmzM ! - ^^ RM-P ^^ SSSnBy ^ - MgBlltHk-orr l • » i _______^ TO ™ 4 : ^ -- ^ \ 1 %° z ^ mmmmmmmmmmWi ^ Lrm ^ r ^ i ^ r ^^^ ^^^ Hl M ¦ fS & T t i I-TB 5 SE * m \\ mn \ iSEm ^^ We Say a Crooked Spine May Be ^ p ^ Straightened-and We Prove It ^^ f TheinntsiKpaspil-, M-eUunnisr--le _ ee _ pdorcsmPK _ ig mmmml SB S | - _ l troubles U by the meet the ( net Sheldon Seiasl AppH- _^__^__ P ance , endoned byphysl—snssll over the country . By its use , riant . ^ AmwWm ^ M Inytnuemhome . younutrstnla ^ tenvoarcriMlceil spine , comet _^^^ ^ WM huoch ^ psck snd other spinel oeficts . It relleres pretnire st the __^__^__^__^ • fleeted puts of the spine , the cartOeee between the nr-tme Is * _^^^^^^^ made to expind , all soreness Is rdlerea , snd the sn—e Is strslsht- ^ B ^^^^^^^^^^ H ened—all without pels or Inctavenlence . ^^^^^^^^^^ S WB Ut You USB th * Sheldon Ap ^ llaae * 30 Days ^^...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THE FARMER'S FIRESIDE [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909

THE FARMERS FIRESIDE MOD-SB COirSBQXJBffCB Be wise , my son , but do not turn ! From ways well worn to look For something that you didn t learn In your old copybook . The world will cheer with one accord If stoutly you contend That virtue is its own reward , Triumphant in the end . . Do not explore , through statesmen s lore For economic truths , ? But pass out freely , o er and oer , The precepts of your youths . Recite them loudly , one by one , And learn them all by heart Theyll make a hit . Be wise , my son , But do not be too smart . CLOVBRDAIE PARISH Hmnan Nature as a Preacher Finds it On an Indiana Circuit Bratbsr Saber s Way of Raadlag the Bible Deer Jess : Wun ov the things that bothers me a heap is , how it happens that theres such a difference in preachers about the way they read the Bible . Wun will tell you that if you pay your quarter * idge reglar , and do ez you want to be dun by yure bound to kum out all right , and then long will kum another who will say that onles...

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

A CHANCE FOR PARMERO Hare s a Splendid Way to Get a Big - - arm t Paper Easily . We will send you our great farm paper absolutely free three months , if you do us a small favor . Just send names and addresses of five good farmers and inclose 2-cent stamp . Address Valley Farmer , 518 Jackson St , Topelca , Kan .

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909

* | I 9 „ I a -ossTflBB I s-sCr . « Miit MHH Kimball . Hm ORGAN HMAt Factory Frleaa H _ i _^_| HI PBFF MmstelAtmaa fliH ^^ Hl FREE & -:. %£ HHHU If you write at onoa MM ^ MmmmM ¦ vrOV can now buy the lumens Kimball Orgeat direct Cram 1 then—kersatftctotym- — . Wewlllaendthemtorellsble pseple anywhere , to be petit for on our extremely easy payment . plaa-BKia -HHttUr em * - • wards , Ifiestrea . , , Onses-ag lne largest organ factory Is the world , emplormr MUTS — * cap—1 , buying taw materiaI In the greatest quantr-tSj—scssb-Atne Kimball system of manwBc—rfia * sod alstrib . —lag Stvss vou BBOto S-0 oa strtstlr lnH _ i mmmmi . Ifyonwsatsaorganatell , you mats GOOD ONE ; a men . 1 imttycasewllhaon—alclnltwtu not do . Seeare at Onee 1 -e 7 kid < sl- > Kin _ ellOrganat Faciei ? Prises aad pay on co—ran—at terms , sad along with It wiirba seat free enr - . tm * Uprtm ayatea ef Beir- Iaetraettea la aaaale , wm wUcGsay person can at oaee ( Kay the organ ...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 20 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909

, ¦¦¦ Keady hoofing ™® r ** § 1 : WM J ^^^^^^^ ifss ^^ o ^ hm _ ft _> MM S & f ! i . * **!* _ 2 b _^ r . or iP **? roofln * in each roll of loSsquare feet . __¦ WLWAWV AXW ™*}?* . ¦ *»>•• iHf 2 __ l- oofin K J * *»?* ° < «••« feit , SoivSgAuv MM _ k _^_^_^ H ^ 3 ^ 7 i & i m _? t _ - * f eomsosition of rubber , afte ? which It i . ^ M W ! MMMMMf 5 ^ . & to ^™ hte < xmt ^ tlon and s ^ between heatr H MK-WMl e gaViacumiV WM MMMtmrnmrngSa l ^ nsteel Roof ing ^ B-1 BmaWm M £ 8 * ** T J _ - ••* !<¦> $ • - •<»»• (» me-ein & y « inches ) at tl _ s ^ i _^__^__ k I TMMM I ¦ St ^ thI ^ V ; j ^ V 2 ^^ - ^ a »» w » to ^~^^_^_^ ttn 111 • 1 ¦ _ i 2 gl a - « . «» - -g ^?» 4 »«*<> - > Tbeywm MTere-posedtoMMWH mWmMmMmP ^ M 7 ¦*••«_ olesa sad free frou i natlholes . andpnotleaUy MMMMmm _ H mWm m wSm u J ^ itM . a * w :. -. e-traheavy . ftomMtoM «...

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

Rlf 17 M WANTED _ , „_ ioc . | ity thr ™ ghIWir . l W ont United Slates to advertise onr • goods , tacking up show cards on trees , fences , bridges sad alt cooaplcuous places ) dlstrfbin—g amall advert—leg natter . Commlss—n or lalary fjo a month and evpetpsesfa a day . Steady employment to good reliable men . we lay out yoiir work tor you . No experience needed . Write Iter full particular—IMPiai MEDICINg OOMPAHV . Leaden , Oaterlo , Oaaaea

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

It Pays to Plsnt Right . There is a right way and a wrong way to plant . Soil conditions vary , even in adjoining fields , and no ironclad rule can be made to fit every condition . It is essential to have the land in proper condition for seeding , and no one will deny it . One reason why some farmers do not get as much from their land as they should is owing to the fact that they do not get their land in proper condition . There is a time to sow and a time to reap , and the Ruler of the universe has never yet failed to provide a time for both . However , some men get in such a hurry to seed that they think they cannot possibly wait another hour , so they get stampeded , mud in their crops , and then wonder why their more successful neighbors get more bushels to the acre . Yes , it pays to plant right . Tt pays to have a good , re liable grain drill to do the work—a drill that will not clog , choke or skip—a drill that will handle any size seed in any quantity desired —a drill that w...

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

Can Vou AMMT This Mu s Qawtiont Readers of this publication who are fond of conundrums will do well to consider the one propounded by J . P . Hamilton , of Goodlettsville , Tennessee , in a letter to Dodge & Zuill , 245 Dillaye Bldg ., Syracuse , N . Y ., which reads as follows : Just cant get along without it . Wife w > » he cannot get along without the only washing machine that she ever saw that was of any account . It has the right name , EASY . Why on earth dont every husband provide his wife with one and save the poor woman from rubbing and scrubbing her life out on an old brass washboard ? Why , the idea of back-breaking , by stooping and rubbing , is enough to kill our women-folks . What s the answer ? Some people have suggested that the husbands were thoughtless of their wives comfort and health , but we prefer to believe that they don t realize how hard it is for a woman to wash with the oldfashioned appliances . If thev did , we are confident that th...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909

AMMA Fell , 2 and 16 _ ff » TvA March 2 & 16 M ^ WMMM ^ fM * B & * ° a » on onset M BB ^ 1 r _ f • T * BM ***** days—the trip I ^ Lry I M vmm j will not eost you _^^_^^^^^_^ much . These special ¦^¦ VBIH ^^^ H low-fare tickets over ^^¦ VMUfj ^^ H the Book IslandWjaM ^ fa ^ -M Frisoo-O . * E . I . Lines Ifi 11 SP __ I * MM win allow you to go MmmmmtWMmmW OM w * y * A ^ r 8 turn anI MWPr mw a m 5 MV other , without extra eost . II MfZ I || l f »_ r Too -111 SPBS more of the M m ^^ mmmm mT Southwaat than you could Pin any other , way , and oan ier decide where to locate , iket agent to sell yon a ticket took Island-Frlsoo-C . tc E . I . > through Chicago , St Louis , , St Joseph , Memphis or Biror—ing to your location , ill me where you want to go , I the eost of a ticket and send ledule . nd yoasomiihrtersstlng books outhwes * . Thpsjr wilTlnfoi-i • unities watting for yon there , yonr eyes to new possibilities , e copies today . UT-AN , Tarn . Traff...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 21 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909

320 Acres of Whs ** Land In WESTERN CANADA 8111 Males You Rich . Fifty Bushels per Acre have been sxown . Oeneral average ^ T-eCV > BtlMnt ! onder tunr BegulstlojI . b , possible to jMiuea-o-erteadotMOaerea fceeand an additional 1-sores HR- 5 **/ 0 !* A A .. The development ot the nrantry has made marvelous It Is a revelation , a record of ¦ tbr settlement that la remark- **_•& . __ *• 8 or _ fflE 9 . d S 5 0 » ssoorl Editor , who visited Oaningastlaab . _ rsTn crop of MM will net many lUOtojp per acre . Graln-rals-bwdJ-rming and Datrrl-v g ^ S 8 « iMls . & an _ p « psia _ - Markets thand . p mar alio te pnrtitisnil from B-Owey I Oompenlaa . Ier test Best Wasp a , maps and laformatloa ai to new linr ^ B-lwaTRatoPVapplrWBnB t Wkji • fihwaTW , er Is fee dOsnsdlan florar——itissas . turn , 411-mints _ ea * -M SMfc . -i _ T . -an * sis *_•_ st . si rSS r . Bnurtt , m N . T .-kSU | .. 0 aaahK *! , i , asiio » , Ti » . Ti—¦ nn t .,-iiiMi ^ -,- A . JZ ) */...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
YOUNG FARM FOLKS [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909

YOUNG FARM FOLKS THE BOY WITH THB HOI Say , how do you hoe your row , young chap ? Say , how do you hoe your row ? Do you hoe it fair , Do you hoe it square , Do you hoe it the best you know ? Do you cut the weeds as you ought to do . And leave what s worth while there ? The harvest you garner depends on you ; Are you working it on the square ? Are you killing the noxious weeds , young chap ? I Are you making it straight and clean ? Are you going straight , At a hustling gait ? Are you scattering all that s mean ? Do you laugh and sing and whistle shrill , And dance a step or two , As the row you hoe leads up the hill ? The harvest is up to you . . INSECT KUSICIAHS Surely you have heard them—a band of insect musicians—it is a treat ! Who are they ? Why , the crickets and their cousins , the grasshoppers , locusts and katydids , explains Mrs . Helen Bell in an exchange . They all carry fine musical instruments with them wherever they go . So , a concert or a serenade can be given at ...

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

Kitselman Bros ., Box 279 , Muncie , Ind ., ell farm and poultry fence very low—15 ents a rod np . Write them for free cata- > g . See their ad in this paper .

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909

22 FOR FORTY YEAfe A STANDARD PIANO . , ij § fj | < _ fpPfJK m mJ ^^^—MmTt JM * r ^ ° mcult J m ^ mmma ^ m mSMM dr ^ ^ V us , rnovt mwrtm \ m \^ M * mr ^^ own ** io y ^ ey 1 MwAmm m ^^ n aol < * c ® 0 * fi ° m mmmmaMm ^ our factory and In no other way . Dealers and agents profits and every unnecessary ooet eliminated . Every dollar is piano value -trough and through , the batf that 40 years of experience can produce M MSOUTELY FREE UML for 20 days , in rota own fconsaine castorob-sa-aa . ALLFIU-GHTS PAID and all risks assumed by va . Pioneers of the -sect plan of piano seffing , onr unparalleled success has btoi ^ ht forth Wggy Imitators , but no competitors , other as to the excellence of our product or the integrity and economy of our methods . Forty years of daily increasing business and 45 , 000 satisfied and enthusiastic buyers testify to this . Ask * Wing customer what be thinks ef Wins Pianos and Wing methods . We will send yoa names in year locality for...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 22 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909

| 10 Post Cards FREE The New Language of Flowers TlieinwtwifBBirtwBBJwwBMfe > ft ^ jBiamMaaefflwbM-fraiftheeetBrta . Yos mstsMttsm . Tker ers Fig . jIJtl- ^ r * pl isa r lBmsfqibes » 1 n > lc > lors , siid « ii ) d ! Jhsysrs Bis newest . itehsst west bssattfsl . J rsfJ ** d , aa « * naW-pstftaf * tMml ! m « vsrss * a . tot now If yoa wart Urna . Samiemmaa . J How to Get Them yii If yon waat ttals brand new set of tea beautiful floweHajurtiage post cards , and /? ! HS & . are wfll-w to do ns a small favor as soon as yon receive them , fill ont the jfi rYESS coupon today . These post cards are exQulsftely beau-hO . They are /? 162 OMa St yours for the coupon and four cents In stamps to par postage , etc . Yon jf CMcaco . III . - _ lbe-iemoatdeUg _ tedpersonfai-ieworldw _ enyonseethe- _ What- >^ - ^ -,- TZ £ »»„ T ^ r _ a 7 J ° ^ C ^ ^ C l _ i _ - r __ , ey y 0 - * m m 0 W - t 00 j / testa-. P ? 8 S . to issy arejBH sac sas ne BBB...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
FARM FUNNIGRAPHS 5 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909

FARM FUNNIGRAPHS 5 Rect for Do Nuts—U take as many holes as u want do nuts , nd put rings of do around them . G but its e z w n u no how . Mistress—Jane , I saw the milkman kiss you this morning . In the future 1 will take the milk in . Jane—He s promised never to kiss anybody but me . It frequently happens nowadays , says Puck , that the prodigal son returns to his home for the express purpose of inviting the old man out to a first-class square meal . There is a story told of Mark Twain that in youthful days , being sent out by his mother to weed a certain flower bed and finding more weeds than flowers , he came back in and asked if he might not flower the weed bed . Bobbie , aged five , saw a cow grazing in his mother s flower garden and , says the Delineator , he shouted Scat ! scat ! The cow didn t seem to be much intimidated and calmly ate on . Three-year-old Mary , dancing with excitement , exclaimed : Tell him to scow , Wobble ; tell him to scowl A certain man , living in a M...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THB FENCfi THAT LASTS [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909

THB FENCfi THAT LASTS There isnt anything that the farmer buys in which a mistake is more hopeless than in wire fence . If he gets stuck , he is stuck for good , because there is no possible way of remedying the defect ; it is a case of buying a new fence . The . Brown Fence and Wire Company , of Cleveland , Ohio , is sending out some interesting literature on wire fence , showing why so much of the fence put up in recent years has rusted out and gone to pieces in so short a time . They point out very clearly that a fence , like a chain , is only as strong as its weakest part It must be good all over to be good at all . A strong , heavy stay or upright is as much important as a heavy lateral . They , moreover , show that in recent years much of the galvanizing that has been done is hardly worth the name galvanizing at all . The wire is merely dipped into melted zinc , instead of being put through a true galvanizing process . We know every one of our readers will be interested in wha...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
x
Loading...
x
x