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Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909

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Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 23 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909

More Light for Less Money IP WP _ oan aave you one-third ef what year preeent sveten . eeeto and give you better light are you latereatedT Understand ua i-Mrtly . We mean we will PROVB ssvlng , PROVa Improved Illuminating , PROVl lilareaaad oonvenienoe . Thats tha proposition we make yen . _ We will send you any lamp listed ln our catalog- 57 on trial to prove that The Angle Lamp is the one perfect substitute for gas or electricity . Like gas , it is always ready to light at the turning of a button and the striking of ainatch . Like gas . it can be burned at full height or left burning dimly without a trace of smoke orodor . Unlike gas . it costs even less than the troublesome old style lamp—fully one-third less . _ THE ANGLE LAMP MJN is worth all the gas or gasoline lights ever made , writes one user . M ^ M Saved 20 times its cost , says another , to oil , burners , chimneys and mL \ W cuss words . It has made me wonder why there are any ordinary K _ m lamps left to ten their tale...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1909

^ - ^ -Mk ^ L ^^^^ MJl ^ W ^^^ imW lO PROVB BEYOND ALL DOUBT TO EVERY ^ H ^^^^^^^ ZZ ^ = | J 2 ^^^^ INTELLIGENT STOCK RAISER THAT ^ LM H 1 __ WII niiMMP m * P ^ \ ~* V ^ J . H _ H H Hill HV H Uiili H H H &_ % H i : - \ --. _ : H _^____ 1 fill . __ r ^ B _ it s * * ^^ ^ H yj M-M-MP WT III llP p | |^ t \ . I-. : ^ fl ^ H | i tj ? e World s Greatest Conditioner tm ffeea Saver we wffi Actually ^ ^ H ^ H this 25-lb . Pail Free , where ive have nd Agent , to Every Reader of this ^ H ^ H Ifeper who tills outand mf-Us to ^ ^ H , ^ H WHAT WILBURS STODR TONIC IS e ^ % _ iJ ^^« S & . « . ^ ^ ^ ^ H « ouTO a vV » . 0 ^^ F 0 R H 00 S _ . __?__¦ ^^^ B THIS . It haa . been PROVBNtousthousnnds upon . thousands ot times In the flogs , yen know , are the most susceptible antnials to coBtastousdiseasA i f ^^ M ^^^ B most lorestful manner . We want to convince YOU and are willing te dolt But you know , too , b they escape contagion , tneyaie kept cheaper than any __^_ H ^^^ H AT ...

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

READ THIS LETTER LAST year the editor of FARM PRESS made a small distribution of seed corn of his own raising among a few friends and neighbors who were requested to plant it and care for it as they did their regular field crop , and compare results and report their success to him . One who planted this seed was Albert W . Harris , a prominent banker and farmer of southern Wisconsin . His report appears in the following letter of February 17 th : My Dear MR . CHAPMAN : I thought you might be interested in knowing what success I had with the corn which I got from you last year . I just had seed enough for two acres , and as the season was very late , we did not get it is until June 10 th . When it came to gathering this corn , I told my man to be very careful and measure it out for me , so that I would know what we got from this particular corn , and he advised me that from these two acres he gathered 244 bushels by measure , or 122 bushels an acre ; and as it was what we call a poor...

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

Let Your Crops Pay For wypgayi ^ Q^ HQ Your Home In / 1 ^^^^^»^_ I_ ISunny Southern Alberta frt ^ f ^ S& On Our New Guaranteed Crop-Payment Plan // 2 ? fL _!_^^^^ - _ L / ^ SS ^__ K ^ t _? 5 & ___________ / I *^ J * vv _ fc — Z ^^^ . ><_ r A >!^ y _____________ VOULL be interested to investigate this splendid , new opportunity if you # J ^^ LT % J _ ^ 8 i ^ ___ ^ - >> - __ 7 _ y \ jjtv \_ i _ l _ l _ l _ I 1 just write for one or more of these books and the facts about our new / \ j ) I f /^^^§ l /^ A * k Lr __ ^___ f ___!^ ________ l Crop-fayment Partnership Plan , on which you can obtain a splendid home In /__ sJ » / _/ £ >| *• C /_ r . <>_/ < - ^___^^____ i Sunny Southern Alberta . # „ M ___ V ft ^^ * m ^ ( ft I * / A * m \^ % ^ m Become att Alberta Home-Maker like Texas and , In fact , from all over the United £ . ^ a &/ f * jt \ k ** k ?* \ j / ...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
BIG . FARMS . AND BIG . FARMERS [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909

BIG . FARMS . AND BIG . FARMERS NUMBER IV . The ESTATE of ANDREW L . HARRIS The FARM PRESS WILL PUBLISH AT FREQUENT INTERVALS ARTICLES LIKE THE FOLLOWING WHICH WILL DESCRIBE SOME OF THE MOST NOTABLE ESTABLISHMENTS IN THE COUNTRY THE OLD HOMESTEAD OFF to one side of a pike , about six miles from the little village of Enon , Ohio , is a gray mail box with this name in black letters , A . L . Harris . That is the man whom they call Uncle Andy there in Enon . And over in Columbus on a silver name plate , until a few months ago , this appeared , A . j ANDREW t . HARRIS L . Harris , Governor of jOhio . That is the same man whom they refer to in Enon as Uncle Andy . The little farmhouse comes into play again iwhen the life story of Uncle Andy is related , according to the correspondent of the Detroit Free [ Press who gives the following description of tho man who would rather be a farmer than a governor and of the farm on which his heart is centered . He was born there , brought up there ,...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Qalloway Addnitit ihf Commercial Club [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909

Qalloway Addnitit ihf Commercial Club Mr . Galloway taldt Gentlemen—I wai railed on aa Iowa Htm Twelve yean ago I was mlH-inff cows and reach ing : calves to drink sUm mi--. I know tannins—and tbe condition ! tbat exist on the average farm throughout tbe United States . I ve been there and know tbe business . From a very modest b ___ m __ i _ r our business of manufacturing- special farm Implements and selling them dlreot to , farmers bas arrows an-, we now operate tbe three largest factories In tbe world , manufacturing Manure Spreaders , Gasoline Engines and Cream Separators . My boyhood friends seem to marvel at tbe success we have bad In our business In such a short time , and I have been asked Innumerable times as to just what I attributed this success . Bon the whole proposition down—run It through the simplification table , and , as they say , get down to brass tacks —and 111 tell you just what I think has made our wonderful growth and sucoess possible . Its this : In every t...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909

Here » the ^ l ^ H ^ B ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ H Difference— HWl ., T _ L _ T ^ ¦ fl I I I ¦_ fo ___ pV Manured andMM ^_ §; | | | H I ___^ JM __ B Not Manured-i ^ B ™ ai ^ B *^ ^ i *^^ ™^^ _ A / . _/ If you and every fanner would figure up lew man Man you waste everyrear on \ l : . . / your places by not spreading your manure properly , youd get 5 - fsa-ti- quickly . M / , X- Youd no more leave those piles of manure standing back of your barns than / . Bs -Vf- youd throw your crops in the road to rot . „ _ * - ___/ £ • _ > H !? ° authorities state that enough manure goes to waste annually to more than \ . \ kav £ r pay offevery farm mortgage and every farmer . debts . _ -.. . ______ ____ , _ , __ V-Trs ! - - Oo-emmint Bulletin N 0 . IM sue the lumen low over • 7 « -, 00 O , O 0 O ln manure tech year 3 _ W- __ , be-ense It - not handled right You , .-oar-elf , can easily make your farm pay you a quarter to a ¦ V- L S * third more In crops by getting a Galloway Spreader just the s...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
ALL AROUND THE FARM i [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909

ALL AROUND THE FARM i THE VALUE OF BIRDS Blackbirds are not liked in some sections of the country . Robins are not liked in other places , but generally both birds are valuable to the fruit growers , and both birds do a great deal more good than harm . In some sections where birds are thick and fruit trees are scarce , when the season is hot and dry and it is difficult for birds to find water , they attack the juicy ripening cherries because of the moisture . Other fruits are from sixty to ninety per cent water , and it is difficult to see how a thirsty bird can pass them by . It is noticed that where fruit trees are abundant the growers make very little objection to birds , but where a farmer only has one cherry tree he seems to get the impression that the birds sit around all the spring waiting for the cherries to get big enough to puncture . The fact is both blackbirds and robins live on insects and weed seeds seven or eight months in the year , during which time they destroy . i...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THE DAIRY FOR PROFIT [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909

THE DAIRY FOR PROFIT ¦ A GOOD COW The difference between a good cow and a poor one is the difference between profit and loss . Unfortunately a great many farmers are keeping poor cows and don t know it . It is only by weighing the milk of each individual cow and testing it for butter fat that anyone can arrive at a definite acquaintance with the merits of the cows they are stabling . Fortunately , the machinery necessary to test cows is not very expensive . A few dollars will rig up a small Babcock tester and a hanging spring balance to weigh the milk . Anyone can easily learn to use the tester and to do accurate work with a little experience . When farmers commence testing their cows they usually find some surprises . Old favorites sometimes drop in their estimation 25 or SO per cent . A farmer should raise five or six thousand pounds of milk per acre and this should make a profit of from $ 50 to $ 60 ! U per acre , which is better than most crops , especially when you consider tha...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909

WOULDNT IT BE FOLLY TO SAY ¦ |>»«* IJ 1 ! £ SS «» I1 SEPARATORS BEXCEL ALL OTHERS I IF WE COULDNT PROVE IT ? B MM Separator buyers are becoming more and more critical . JMl ^ M Mere say so has less influence now than ever before . MM ^ L \ Buyers demand to be shown proof . _ H t ^^ This makes us happy , for the more k—\ critical Separator buyers are , the more MM certain they are to become United WW States Separator enthusiasts . Km Simply ask to be shown and the 1909 ¦ United States Separator will do the rest . ^ H GREATER CAPACITY FOR MM SIZE OF BOWL . ¦ MORE THOROUGH SEPA- ¦ RATION THAN ANY OTHER .. ¦ In endurance tests has beaten every- Y ^ M thing on the market and holds the kWM Ask for Catalogue No . 99 and it will be mailed you ^ H together with • beauriiul lithographed hansel in colors . Mam Selling Agents in nearly every dairy nfl town in the Country ; if none in your El town , write us and we will be pleased to IB Separators shipped from our distribut- Y—\ ing W...

Publication Title: Farm Press
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909

Get Our Prices NOW ! TIIS means a big saving to - _ YOUot » -6 . 50 ¦ -W on buggy shown 1 here—same ratio ot At , ] saving on over 125 _ J other style vehicles ( - , j and harness — be- , _ L / cause of our large iy factories , enormous K purchases of mate- _ L rial and perfected ^^^_ organization , which MMM means high quality s- ___ -r with big saving tn H . C . Phelfs , Free . manufacture . Because we sell direct to you from factory . We re going to give our customers the advantage of this saving . You never before bad an opportunity like this to purchase a Buggy at such a low price . We make over US Styles of Split Hickory Vehicles and a full line of Harness—everjtMnf made to order—many options given as to finish and trimmings . Let us send you our Big Free Book—it tells the whole story of Split Hickory Vehicles —and it sFree for your name and address on a postal Address H . C Phelps . President The Ohio Can-age Mfg . Company ¦ iter , of Split Hlei-ty V-hldea Station 877 Colnmlm...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909

USUAL CROP OF CREAM SEPARATOR SHARES AND TARES If actual merit alone prevailed the DE LAVAL cream separator would be the only one made , sold or used . But the dairy farmer with his dollars is an alluring proposition to those who need the money , so that every season brings with it a new crop of separator fakes and fables , with some of the old conjurers over again and always a few fresh ones . Last year the new and improved line of DE LAVAL machines literally swept the field . This year everybody has a new machine , which is the one thing they universally harp upon in their talk and advertising . But it is mostly bosh and nonsense . There is mighty little new to them . No more DE LAVAL patents have expired so that there is nothing else new that they can lay hold of this year . There s the usual crop of fakirs appropriating the facts of DE LAVAL separator use and the endorsements DE LAVAL separators have received , and quoting them as though they applied to their own inferior imitat...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909

A _ THENl-W lmmt * **^ 3 $ fiC . n . AUD 7 / . 1 ^^__________ ECONOMY . jgSgff YBARS LnmPlOff ^ ^^ CHIl ^^^^^^ m ^^^^^ P- . ¦ ^^ ^^ y a — THE NEW * -. — B^^ SSj ^^ ECONOMY CHIEF JB YKI ) V ^^ xfo ^ B * CREAM \ XC ^ SEPARATORW^ sCm $ 28 ^ TO $ 4322 ^ A% 3 » 60 DAYS TRIAL \^ k \ JM ^ r MONEY BACK IP YOU WANT IT \ ^^ i _ *________? Onr beautiful new Cream Separator Catalogu * \ i ______ S ___ K contains information ( compiled by dairy experts ) wortn ^ - _ S- > _________ i _____ dollars to everyone who keeps cows ; the very latest \ ^^ L ^_^_ B _^_ A ideas in dairy methods and all sorts of useful information V . «^^^^^ H about nUlk and butter . You need this book whether > t MM-9 MW you intend to buy a cream separator or not . Write ^ % A \ a 9 M a * r today for our free Catalogue Ko . 7481 . -Sk ^ - ^ O ^^^^ k J^ gLr ~ 1 ?* AWPLEJ ^ URE ImmMm \\ r ^ The International Auto Buggy hai come to take the place of the I Wajmjf farmers carriage or runabout and the drivin...

Publication Title: Farm Press
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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