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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909

, . i I ^^^^^^^^^^^^ llSiP ^_ i _ i _ i _ H--iH __ i _ R- ^^ T - r ^ P ^^^ e * 9 Kw * ^^ ____ - __ f PIGS FOR SALE I have fame flne , fan Mood , Poland Chinas ,-t _ tunyjogt now , —and I win sen a few at BARGAB PRICKS . Plsi like the bunch shown here , 4 montbi old , yon may hare for $ 10 . 00 each , oi three , abc _ r __ two gilts forte .. 00 . They are-mooth . raneey etock open to reguroy and are from dams and ifies whick art worth $ 50 . 00 * meh . Only $ 10 . 00 while they last EDMUND 8 . CHAPMAN R . P . D . Wo . t , LAKE Ogre-tVA , WlgCOH ||| VETERINARY COURSE AT HONE . -119011 T d upwards en be mate taking our Veter . 916-V Inarr Court- at home during -para tlm-i caQibl hi -linpl . it Xnill-hi Diploma granted , positions obtained for successful students ! colt -. thin reach ofalhsatisfac- • Ion guaranteed i particularstree . Ontario Vetertrf • ry Correspondence Softools London , Can , i Billon Tandei ten Cultivator • stir the soil any depth desired • slrl _ l « the row or bmtm...

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

THE FARMERS LAWYER One party to a contract of sale can not modify it without the other s assent Woodbridge vs . Semon ( Conn . ) , 71 At lantic Rep . 577 . Interest contracted for in a note is a part of the debt in the same manner as the principal . First National Bank vs . Campbell ( Tex . ) 114 Southwestern Rep . 887 . If a farm tenant , under an agreement for a crop rental , abandons the premises , he cannot recover for plowing the land . Smart vs . Burqtioim ( Wash ) , 98 Pac . 666 . The right to repudiate a contract for fraud is lost by enjoying the benefit of the contract after discovering the fraud . Finch vs . Garrett ( Va . ) , 63 Southeastern Rep . 417 . The word children as used in a will does not include grandchildren or more remote descendants , unless there is something in a will to show that thc word was used in the broader sense . Davies vs . Davies , 113 New York Supplement 872 . The Massachusetts courts hold that a contract for lease of premises on Sunday is illega...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
MIN'TBUY GASOLINE ENGINES : i ^ F£ EfI ^ MmaBBmWMM M AmWM * m « f " , * _ T 1 ^ T , _ , M ___ .. H « weight and bulk are half tl » t of « li » to-Tili _ - « engine * , wltt _ 7 »_ » dnraWllty . Ooata «SS-IS * a ? __ -S, v-- ^^ [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909

MINTBUY GASOLINE ENGINES : i ^ F£ EfI ^ MmaBBmWMM M AmWM * m « f , * _ T 1 ^ T , _ , M ___ .. H « weight and bulk are half tl » t of « li » to-Tili _ - « engine * , wltt _ 7 »_ » dnraWllty . Ooata «SS-IS * a ? __ -S, v-- ^^

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909

[fiy this for 4 f | I t 1 _\ fi t ^ TTie I / I / C AU ^^^ easiest I CV _ i ** ^ ^ wagon or dray is I , Jr ^ the one lubricated with ^^ Mica Axle Grease . ML Kills friction ; stops wear ; makes ¦ » a two-horse rig : ma wi * oneIll , horse power . & MICA Axle Grease II M contains powdered mica which coats Hi the axle with a non-friction HStm surface—that s the tuhy oi it > Kf \ \« V No grease helps as much / A __ H » Vm ** Mica Axle Grease > f / mk ¦ ^ B ^ HL If you try it , youll J I ff / iff TANDARD OIL COMPANY ^ J ( Incorporated ) A ******* * ** 1 . UNIFORI *** l \^____________[ __!___ V *____ f- _ i • V * ^_ R _ H _ l _ l _ l _ l _ l _ l _ i _ l _ IH SESE 6 , 8 W ^ - _____ H- _____ ri _ - ___ MfH *? : • very B ^ L ^ B \ la Mm a 9 MMjJPolMad » -3-etl __ r w \ £ ^ p ^ -wfe mJ ^ YOU 8 ET WITH THB PLANTER A Mora Uniterm B _ p _ . & eca _ ei S-ortCoupled . A Mora Uniterm Praa because Maw A __~ na _ - Slda Cut-Off plants tha big- grains . -o...

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909

__ B/ v i ^^ SjM ^^^^^^^^ m w ^ B^^^^^^^ ^ rjY / s / s J^^^ EZgj ^^ P^ 7 SS ? POOFINC fflMSgK THAAT NEEDS ^ TBESQ^ # OPJU* VTZV 0 * 9 I » - j ^ p- | V-Sr other layer of strong felt . That makes two to ^^^ ^ a | . __ BP ™* > _ - _ __ - roofs in H ~~~ If tne storms wore away the mineral H —~ ^^^^^^ surface and dug through the pitch and deH stroyed the felt , they would still be only npHERE was a time when everybody h ., f way th __ ugh _ And * f the weather then H ¦*¦ bought roofings that required paint- -. m 0 ved the next sheet of pitch , you would H ing . It was the regular thing to do . In stiu have left a final layer of felt—nothing H fact there was nothing else to do , for all more or less than an ordinary smooth surH roofings were smooth surfaced and re- faced roofing which could keep off the rain H quired painting regularly to keep them from verv nicely if painted ^ i »_ Bir « B ___ - H deteriorating . every year or two . -JBKSBB 53 M 3 J » Now there is Amatile , an...

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

LIVE STOCK HOW THE MASK-IT GRADES MULES Prof . R . C . Oprecht of the Illinois Experiment Station gives the following classification to mules , which should interest those who breed for the market : Mining mules are those purchased with which to operate mines . They are heavy boned , rugged , compactly built individuals , with large feet and strong constitutions . They range in height from twelve to sixteen hands and weigh from 600 to 1 , 350 lbs . Cotton mules are lighter boned than miners and not so compactly built They are round bodied , smoothly turned and possess considerable quality . They range in height from thirteen-two to fifteen-two hands and weigh from 7 S 0 to 1 , 100 lbs . Sugar mules are those shipped South to use on the sugar farms of Georgia , Louisi MOTHER AND BABY The Government Zebra Is father of two families . Hybrids forced the socket * at the esperlmenta ! statin Washington , D . C . A low bred Texas burro was imported , she was allowed tne freedom of the plac...

Publication Title: Farm Press
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A Real Mineral Surfaead Roofii [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909

A Real Mineral Surfaead Roofii The new mineral surfaced type of r « ings is one of the latest and best of lab , saving devices for the farmer . The type of so-called rubber roofings » inexpensive and easy to lay , and bcfli very popular on that account . But th required painting every two years - fi to keep them from leaking . Amatite Ready Roofing , which is most popular of the mineral su * roofings , needs no painting or coat in ? any kind . After it is laid the farmer ;; leave it strictly alone , and it will ^ tinue to give him uninterrupted sati * tory service year after year . A sample of Amatite , showing the mineral surface , can be secured wi * cost by addressing a post card to thc nfl est office of the Barrett Manufacture Company , New York , Chicago , Phila * phia , Boston , Cleveland , Cincinnati .- Louis , Pittsburg , Kansas City , New leans and Minneapolis .

Publication Title: Farm Press
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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909

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Publication Title: Farm Press
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THE FARM VETERINARY [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909

THE FARM VETERINARY SOME SEASONABLE SUGGESTIONS By G . H . GLOYER . D . V . S ., COLORADO AGRICUITURAI , COLLEGE Spring is close at hand and it is time to be getting ready to put in the crops . Among other things to think of in this connection is the matter of getting the horses into condition . The first work in the spring is the hardest of the year , and the horses are the least prepared to do heavy work . To be deprived of the use of a horse in the spring is serious , even though the horse is not greatly depreciated in value or lost entirely . Young horses , especially , should be broken and given some work during the winter and should be fed some grain . This will toughen their shoulders , and at the same time they will have become accustomod to grain and will , therefore , be less liable to colic , and in every way better able to stand the work . Guard against that dangerous disease—azatouria . This disease almost invariably comes on after the horse has been resting two or thre...

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909

ammWrn ^ Wmmaa ^ SmmammmwJv * o ulm \ v \ fabric that carries all sweat \ and moisture to the outer ____ aee where ! It evaporate * , thus keeping the horses 1 necks and shoulders always dry — , , , «« i f -comfortable and tree from LfAWSsfi J sails , sores , etc . Ask your aBMaVJ & A _ r dealer and ft he oant supply Trf ^ kSp you , write us . Booklet free . JB Mtfsm Btm-NCTON BLAND , co , M mM \ ¦ f Dipt . _ , __»_ - __ *_ , wis . jm § p $% Salt the eld , baok . breaklnf . h-nd-bllaterh-a way of digging—use the new , up-to-date , low . priced Iwaa Digger—goea . through gravel , clay , sand or gumbo—no matter how wet or dry . Pulls out and unloads QOiok and easy . Anyone can - _ --a-I- _ . a - _ . DI _ c a HolaIn alllfy With X : Iwans PatentPostHoleAiiger For It pars for Itself ln one Job . A simple Our Pipe extension permits going down to 40 ___ x reet-deep enough for wells . The blades euutf of-wanA-geraaredo-ble . tempered-teel . -Wit Bemalna __ rpforye _ ra . neverou...

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909

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

PUBLISHED MONTHLY BY FARM PRESS PUBLISHING CO . 164 Ohio St , CHICAGO , ILL . Entered as Second-Class matter Dec . so , xg-6 at the Postoffice at Chicago , III . underact of Maid- at . Oft . TERMSt Subscript-owl -5 cents a year . Five Years Subscrip tion ! fs . oo . Remlt-aitee-f Send money In the way most safe and convenient ; address to the FARM PRESS . 164 E . Ohio St ., Chicago . Rcnewalat Each subscriber is notified by letter of the expiration of his subscription . He should notify us at once if he desires his paper discontinued ; otherwise we would assume that he wishes the paper and will pay when convenient Change of Addreaat Subscribers desiring change of address should give old as well as new residence . Pleaae write plainly .

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909

REST AND IDLENESS B-geneC . Dolson After long hours of toil how sweet is rest , The armistice for weary heart and brain ; But idle lives , like barren trees , at best Draw tribute from the earth , yet live in vain . TIMBER CONSERVATION Foresters and practical lumbermen agree that the future development of the lumber industry depends dn closer utilization and upon the better preservation of our forest products . The Great Southern Lumber Company , which has lately reopened its plant at Bogalusa , La ., is one of the largest lumber concerns in the world ; it is capable of turning out 600 , 000 feet , board measure , per day . To realize just what this means , the output is sufficient to build a village consisting of forty houses , with the usual village church and school h « -use , every day that the mills are in operation . This big company , realizing the rapid deplection of timber resources , begun last year a co-operative investigation with the United States Forest Service , and t...

Publication Title: Farm Press
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THE FARMERS'FORUM [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909

THE FARMERSFORUM WANTS BETTER SCHOOL SYSTEM i-Mitor Farm Press : 1 believe that if we had a better system .. mong our rural schools we would not irtvc occasion to send our boys and girls away from the farm at an age when bad inllucnces and tempting surroundings are attractive to the average child , and this , in turn , would result in higher standards ot living among our farming population . What we most need is a stronger and closer rural influence , which could be realized if we had stronger and better rural -chools and mere competent district teachers . Why should not every rural o immunity possess as good advantages as the average village or city ? In the first place , if our rural teachers were educated along agricultural lines they would be better qualified to properly instruct the children , while as is often the case at present many of our district teachers have but a smattering of ideas , gained from city high schools , and you will notice , please , that the greater number...

Publication Title: Farm Press
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
ORCHARD AND GARDEN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909

ORCHARD AND GARDEN GROWING THE GLADIOLUS By Helen Heaton One of the most satisfactory flowers to grow in the open garden is the gladiolus . The bulbs are planted like onions , and they require about the same amount of room , the same rich soil and the same frequent , careful cultivation , and the distance apart for planting is not very different . You need room for cultivation and room to walk through without stepping on the bulbs . The same preparation that brings a good crop of onions will bring a good crop of gladioli . Gladioli bulbs should be planted quite early in the season , generally in the North between the lst and 15 th of May , then the flowers will come on in July and August . The new sorts of gladioli are not much like the old-fashioned red or pink flowers that we were accustomed to twenty or thirty years ago . The flowers now come THE WHEEL HOE IS IN USE THE GREATER PART OP THE SEASON in all colors , from a pure white through the different shades of yellows , pinks an...

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

. THE WONDERBERRY A luscious Berry Ripening in Three Months from Seed . Luther Bui-bank s Greatest Creation . BRUIT blue-black like an enormous rich blueberry In looks and taste . Unsurpassed for eating raw , cooked , canned or preserved ln any form . The greatest garden fruit ever Introduced and equally valuable In hot , dry , cold or wet climates . Easiest plant In the world to grow succeeding anywhere and yleldlngsreatm-sses of rich fruit all summer and fall-andalt winter ln pots — ( As a pot plant It Is both ornamental and useful . ) The greatest boon to the family garden ever known . Everybody can and will grown . We are the sole Introducers ln all parts of the world and offer thousands of dollars In cash prises for which see Catalogue . m Seed 90 c . per packet . ¦ packets for SOe ., llsoour Great Catnlogme of Seeds , Bulbs , Plants • nd New Fruits for 1908 , free . JOHBI LBWIg CHIL . P 8 . -. oral Park . M . *

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