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TO PAINT RAG CARPET . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 30 March 1907

TO PAINT RAG CARPET . I would like to see In the columns of your valuable paper the experience of some who have tried painting rag carpet . Should one paint just one strip at a time or sew them together first ? Also what kind of paint to use ? —Mrs . B . B ., Hardin Co ., O . The following directions , reprinted from our April 29 , 1905 issue , will help you : Mix ** Y > lb . finely powdered alum into 7 lb . flour , and make perfectly smooth with cold water ; then make quite thin with boiling water , and cook it well , until a cream color , stirring thoroughly to prevent lumping and burning . When cold work it into the carpet with a brush . A closely woven , smooth rag carpet will require only one heavy coat of paste , but a loosely woven one should have a second coat applied after the first one has dried . Yes , sew the breadths together . stretch very tightly , and tack to the floor before putting on the paste . If possible , spread in an unused room so that you can giv...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 30 March 1907

Home Made Have your cake , muffins , and tea biscuit home-made . They will be fresher , cleaner , more tasty and wholesome . Royal Baking Powder helps the house-wife to produce at home , quickly and economically , fine and tasty cake , the raised hot-biscuit , puddings , the frosted layer-cake , crisp cookies , crullers , crusts and muffins , with which the ready-made food found at the bake-shop or grocery does not compare . Royal is the greatest of bakeday helps . ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO ., NEW VORK ,

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Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 30 March 1907

( fP 2 £ ^ fil pWI 0 DS OF PAIN \\// - r * rntir ** r ^ 9 t \\// While no woman is entirely free \ V p . ¦ ¦ • ¦ ¦ ¦ KYim & WKKW ^ fc \ / fro m periodic suffering , it does not I / ** • ¦¦ ¦ ¦ » 8 | f ^ S * -Wy y 7 z \ I seem to be the plan of nature that / agr ? Tl \\ women should suffer so severely . Irf ^ L ) •***)} . \ regularities and pain are positive * »>/ . • 1 evidence that something ig wrong [ J wA 777777 which should be set right or it will \ Yz 77 zz 7 YZiYYZy yr = J I lead to serious derangement of the Vv * ^* ^ 7 l _ . 7 / / feminine organism . ^ Mf ^^ H / I Thousands of women , have / N < I 7 ha I found relief from all periodic suf- // YY N . Js 5- 5 i -y /\\ Bering by taking Lydia E . Plnk- [ / Xj ZSvv— f ^^<^^^ y ( \\ ham s Vegetable Compound , which I I poS ^ K ¦ \\ ^?^ v * v 1 Jl is made from native roots and herbs , \ V U- ! ^ s *^^> e 7 —* i ^* * * CI \ S J as lt is the most tnorou rJ h female \__^ - ^ 777 ...

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[ GRANGE [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 30 March 1907

[ GRANGE PORTAGE CO . , O ., GRANGES . Randolph Grange is manifesting much interest in its work , and under the lead of the lecturer , P . B . Tomson , is presenting very interesting programs , and all are getting busy in the business of the Grange . Feb . 20 , they discussed , Railroad Grade Crossings . This grange has recently lost one of its most valued members , Mrs . Nettie Wilson , by being killed on a grade crossing , and has much feeling . on the subject . At the same meeting the ladies topic was Is It Profitable to Make Bed Quilts , Rag Carpets and like Articles for Home rjse ? An excellent paper on Buttermaking was read by Mrs . Clara Deming . The . Care , Killing and Marketing of Hogs , was the subject of an Interesting paper by A . W . Wheelock . Paris Grange has recently purchased a country school-house , abandoned because of centralization , and will . move it to Wayland and convert It into a Grange hall . This will make four halls owned by granges in this county . Dea...

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Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 30 March 1907

/ dffijjk FS ^ T » I The three essentials of the best I I farm wagons are : —Tne toughest wood stock tlior- I outrlily air seasoned . —Proper construction and Ironing I to give the greatest possible strength . I —Light running qualities for the fl longest possible time . • * • I This describes the wagons of the fl I International Harvester Compauy I line . More than that , these qualities are I combined in wagons of the handsom- I est appearance . They are built for the maximum of durability along the I most pleasing lines . The Weber The Columbus The Bettendorf I are old established makes with well fl known reputations for superiority . I The Weber , a strictly high-grade fl farm wagon , has been one ot Amer- I I leas leading farm wagons for moro fl than half a century . It is constructed I of the very best material obtainable I and Is adapted to all conditions of I ^ K climate and service . The Columbus is known ln all mar- I kets as a wagon well designed for I general farm purpos...

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Page 22 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 30 March 1907

5 Th © J . \ T . Funk Co . Reasons REAL ESTATE BROKERS , TS V LAW BUILDING , JCOU DENTON , MD . Should RelerenceWritO Harrey L . Cooper . Esq ., President , Un First De < 1 Notional Bank . llecause : The Tuckahoe River District Farms , ou the Eaat181 . f ™ ^ ore of Maryland , are lhe cheapest and best today for growing Grain , Grass , Moet aud Fruits . Because : Nature has been kind to the F . astern ShoreO n rf giving it a remarkabl y even ss . uu . climate and a soil , which make possible two crops to be grown on the same land each year . Because : The land with fair treatment will grow 25 to 40 _ . bus . wheat , 50 to 75 bua . Com Old . shelled per acre and hay in proportion—also any kind of Groin . Grass . Fruit and Vegetable you will plant . Because : Your crops can be Ath . marketed profitably—as the »»» • Rail Koad and Water facilities are unsurpassed . Because : Our Mr . Funk , is _ ,, right onthe spot , to show you Jill . every courtesy and give you a square deal...

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

FIELD NOTES . <* -nlry Co .. Mo „ < N . W . ) March 17 . — Kirst of month waa bad and stormy ; warm and springlike now . Maples ln bloom . Feed scarce , stock came through winter in good condition . All stoek high In price , especially horses . Horses , $ 125 to SICO ; butcher stock . S & itpvic ; hogs , 6 \ bc ; cows , $ 50 ; corn . 45 c ; oats , 45 c ; potatoes . 70 c ® $ 1 ; eggs . 14 c ; hay , $ 8 to $ 10 . Iliiil help scarce , wages , $ 23 to $ 26 per month and board . Large acreage of oats to be sown , ground ready to sow . L : irge acreage of corn promised . Wheat wintered well ; soil well wet and moist at present . —G . S . Kemp . Jefferson Co .. Pa .. ( W . C . ) March 16 . —After eight weeks of solid winter spring lias come . All kinds of live stock ln very good condition . Prices all high , nobody wanting to sell because ol the great mining and other industries In our county . All kinds of farm , garden and orchard products are in rapid d...

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NOTES AND QUERIES . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 30 March 1907

NOTES AND QUERIES . Co-- Horn Turnips , —Do cow horn turnips belong to the Leguminosac family ? Bow mucb seed does II take to the acre ? How are turnips to turn under to enrich the land ? How much lime does it ink • to the . acre , and can it be applied with a drill ? C . G .. Erie Co ., la . —Turnips ( Brassica rapa ) belong to the same family as the cabbage ( Brassies olera If drilled in , two pounds of seed per acre are enough ; when bron . Lusted threo pounds are better . Turnips are of little value as a soil fertilizer . Ihey contain about oo percent water and there Is liitle plant Jood turned back . Thetr greatest value as a soli improver results ( rom the breaking up of stiff soils , but s grow only moderately well on such soils they are never regarded as having special manurial value . The amount of lime to apply per acre depends upon the requirements of your soil . Write to the Ohio Experiment Station , Wooster . O ., for Bulletin 159 on Liming Soils . A drill for applying ...

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A Valuable Book Free . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 30 March 1907

A Valuable Book Free . A 48-page book . Practical Farm Buildings , is published by F . W . Bird & Son . East Walpoie . Mass ., and Chicago , full of valuable p lans and specifications for all kinds of farm and poultry buildings . Every reader should take advantage of the exceptional offer they are making to send lt free to any one who sends In 4 cents in stamps to pay for postage . The book would ordinarily sell for $ 1 and is worth It . The first few pages describe best location , shape , etc ., for poultry buildings , and a dozen pages of plans and specifications of latest and most practical types of poultry and colony houses . Twenty pages of dairy barns , stables , hog houses , sheep sheds , and other farm buildings . It is one of the most valuable pieces of advertising matter ever put out , and only a half dozen pages are reserved for the story about Paroid and Neponset Roofings , containing cuts of Plant Industry Building at Washington , Colon / and Chicken Houses ...

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Fencing the Whole Country . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 30 March 1907

Fencing the Whole Country . President Harry Ward , of Ward Fence Co .. Marion . Ind .. has probably sold more Farm and Poultry fence in every state ilian any other man . Ward Fence Company have done the largest business this year that they have ever done , and Mr . Ward considers that farmers , chicken raisers and country people everywhere are in even a better financial condition than they have becn at any time during past ten years . His Company makes Dont Rust Fence . which has taken the place of old-time wire fence that rusted in two or three years . It ls so heavily galvanized that it simplv cant rust . It is the cheapest kind to buy . If you mention The Ohio Farmer , books will be sent free which give the Improvements that others are making on their places in Farm and Ornamental Wire Fencing and Gates . Wrought Iron and Steel Fencing and Gates , Barb , Plain and Galvanized , and all sorts of slmlliar improvements that cost less money nowadays than even split-rail fences used to...

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Here ' s Good Fence . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 30 March 1907

Here s Good Fence . If you are going to buy fence , look into Hi ,- Anchor fence , made at Cleveland , Ohio . It has an excellent name among people where it has been tried . It is made of good , substantial hard steel coiled wiics . Tin- manufacturers claim that the wires they use give Anchor fence double the strength of fences made of ordinary soft wires , AII Important *< of Anchor farm fence Is Ibe patent lock f the horizontal to upright stay wires at every crossing . This prevents rill slipping and insures Hie fence beeping tts upright character permai particulars write Anchor Fence & Mfg . Co .. Cleveland , Ohio , for their free book , which gives all details , and mention The Ohio Farmer .

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

ss— Every Time Nine times out of nine youll find a Stevens Firearm true to your aim . Stevens Single Barrel Sholgun , - - Ho . 107 , $ 8 . 50 Stevens Double Barre ! Hammer Shotgun , Ho . 250 , 20 . 00 Stevens Doublo Carrel Hammcrless Ko . 350 , 25 . 00 If your dealer cannot supPly , order direct from us . Write for our 140-paee tree catalog . Any man or boy interested in fircai ins will nnd it full of helpful information on hunting , proper care of weapons , notes on sights , ammunition etc- Why not write to us to-day ? Send 4 c . in stamps to cover postage . For 6 c . in stamps we mil mail you our artistic ten-color lithograph . It is an attractive bunting scene worthy of space on auy wall . / . STEVENS ABMS AND TOOL CO . 195 Pino Street CMcopee Folia , Mau ., U . 8 . A- EMPIRE FENCE The Fence ol Today . Mi- ! . > . f hi-:, stronir , bard steel wires , In cliidln « ui . rfghts , horizontals anil knots ami they are all No . 9 hard steel , People lmvo learned better than t...

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

\ * WT-M g—www *\^ ¦ rltf | flfc ^ T , lft ^ k ^^ r factory econom * f ^^^ _ - ^^ S ~^ ff ^^^^ loal fence to buy It lhe Tfi * -Jj ~ $ Wr Pros Wirt Fence iBBf ¦¦ nK Owinj lo its weight and wonring Pr qu-Ultlci it will Inn tl . re * time * nt rnm ^ m ^ ff *¦ ¦ --ven fabric . No sufl wlro mWL ^^ r n-- I . [ Ion 1 buy *» fonco until you get our miWm ^ ** • catalog . *¦ I / freight . fc ^ THE FROST WIH £ TENCE CO ., Cleveland . Ohio . Is SHIME ^ PlI H ^ FA . R . M OATEll Mntlc of denble-fltrrnrth one Ineh sleel pipe , maleable Iron Uttlngs , heavy oalilo brace , covered with Shinier Sloch-and-Poultry Field Pence . Complete with latch and binges . , Mado any size , plnln . hut substantial . Circular free . i oPJUHGSTEELKI- ; N ( 1 i ; ond « ntK < O .. Koxa 2 , And . « rson , lnd . ffiHuffitt *^^^ - 1 ^ -- will InUiest you Write for it today . Address Thc Cyclone Woven Wire FenccCo .. Cleveland , Ohio We guarantee every rod of ^•^ - ¦¦¦ r (\ r ~ l TB ( lt . Youll And it tlie che...

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Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 30 March 1907

/ ALL AT ONCE \ Plant and fertilize as you go . Cora , peas , I beaiis , beets , etc ., planted and fertilizer de- I I P ° ? i ^ k lnMlsordri -j 3 allatone passage . I Eclipse Corn Planter and Fertilizer Distributer . Improved row marker . Wide range for bin spacing , 6 to 45 inches . Handles any kind fertilizer , in any condition , 50 to 450 lbs . per acre . We mnke a special gear which BOWS 600 lbs . per acre . Plants all needs accurately . I . lirht draft easily handled , quick and positive adjustments . We also make tho Eollpa . Two Hora . Two Row Planter . Good terms to agents where not Introduced . Write as . BELCHER * TAYLOR A . T . CO ., Bos 200 Chlcop .. F . H ., M .. « . P- ^ Boy ^ T ^ Can Work It Accurate , thorough cultivation with the Kraua Pivot-Axle bulky Cultivator ia only a matter of steering ; not of work . Instead of Cling and pushing the entire gang of shovels m side to side aa with the ordinary cultivator , the Kraus Is tteered by the slightest touch of tbe foot...

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Page 24 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 30 March 1907

| Corn and Potato © scoop forkM VWITH this fork you can handle potatoes , with it . It will outwear a dozen old styls Ml onions nnd other vecctublca and fruit scoops . lill without bruisine or injuringthem . *** ., . i . u-i . . . . « n . Illl / l .... ... *••••**• This fork belongs tothe famous True 11 It is by far the best corn scoop made . Does Temper line of Forks , Hoes . Rakes IIM not stick into the ears and Weeders . Hooks , Cultiva- WSl shell ott the ( Trains . It i ¦ tors—all kinds of Faim and ItSJ screens ont shelled corn . isK yn-no DFALER FOB Garden Hand-Tools— nil ^ i a fleu ° W * y ° Ur T T The best tools you have /» Notice the flat blunt ends 11 \ UL 1 LPlr Ll \ prices you have always KM of tho tines . They tnttct tcimi paid . PlI whatever is being handled . . mta . . . « The straight tines load Ihe •¦¦¦¦••*******• ¦ fork easily . And the ca- Write for our FREE , il- lifl pacify of the scoop is just risht . lustrated book . Toolsand Their Uses . \ H Look at the handy ...

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Page 24 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 30 March 1907

Lu . u-iuicti you ^ L Anderton Top _^_ m that any bujfgy you ^^^ Buggy ^^ mM buy nf m will stay ^ 1 ^^^ ^^ W I And you can • Try on ^^^^^^^^^ ANDERTONI jg ^^ WW \\^^_^__^ with your mo nop In I _^_ ^^^^^^^ ^^^^ k \ . your pock * .. ^^ r -rj-k ^ -ll ^ Absolutely DO money I ^_ W jE * t _ ffimLml /\\ ^» V while you use the I XSj / fii ^ Sj i ^ tj Hnn . l selling plan . I W » - fti-UM Ta -feu f * W 0 Third S treat . I ^^> jf Cincinnati , Ohio . I Famous \ 1 VW _ f HERES A REAL N ^ m ^ K ^ I ^ BARGA , /^^^ PP ^^ TX Our C lj [] * * ¦ ! *** er-. This is only one aim- ^^ M * pie ol our large line ol high-grade , up4 ^ 7 lo-dale Columbus vehicles . Don t be fooled ^ W by ehea - p offers , which are good on paper j only . When you buy a vehicle or harneu , I don t ask how cheap , but how good . Writ . Today for FrM Catalog « nd Lara about onr QOdltJ product , our liberal plan of sale , and our -tous juaronle . of SATISFACTION OK MONEY BACK . Writ , for tho book today . ni * i 7 Y V ...

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