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Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909
l ljjjlll ^ This Complete Coarse Free _ HHl Contains over 100 pages , Ci * ¦ BKHHI Inches . Bonn- ln bean-l . nl BD 3 S _ m black , flexible leatherette cover : Bf ^^^ n handsomely embossed In gold MMMMMM , and red . Prepared by Messers mamaMSmM Weldel and Webster conceded ¦ __¦ * ___ ¦ two ot the most expert ladies tailors ln America . It represents Ks ^^^ nm rears ot careful preparation and ^* M * sm **** m he expenditure of thousands mmmnjfltPmma ot dollars . . . . .. ______ H 1 ________ B It Teaches _ .. » .--.. * *; . U . ^^^ H LadiesTailoring . Shows In sim- ¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦ IIIIM pie and plain manner , now to de- UjiuuniiiuuiM sign , draft , cut , lit . make , drape MMMMmWMM and trim any kind of garment , HUIIHKMjSlUa from child s dress to the ~ iost | IMH |(| IIM | HIB elaborate evening gown or wrap . ¦ JkHMIblUllillU IM pictures , diagrams and charts HMPIPBIIiaH with text matter showing howKlimM | IH | i | UH every step Is taken . Simple • aa ___ Mr _ -fflTrn __ -- eaay to learn . ...
Chicago House Wrecking Co . B 00 Pago Merehandiao Catalogue Just off the Praam . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909
Chicago House Wrecking Co . B 00 Pago Merehandiao Catalogue Just off the Praam . FREE TO EVERY READER 0 ILTHI 8 PAPER Positively the greatest bargain catalogue of its kind ever published . It illustrates and describes thousands of wonderful bargains in merchandise of every kind , including Furniture , Rugs , Stoves , Carpets , Linoleum , Machinery , Hardware , Steel , Cable , Rope , Building Material , Lumber , Roofing , Electrical fixtures and goods . Safes , Vaults , Vault Doors , Heating Apparatus , Tanks , Pipe , Fittings , Fencing , Plumbing Material , Lumber , etc . The Chicago House Wrecking Company s plant occupies a site of over 40 acres in area and has 31 separate and distinct departments . They depend upon Sheriffs and Receivers Sales for the stocks they secure . By taking advantage of business depressions , commercial disasters , bankers sales , they are able to frequently secure the very finest , costliest and highest grade , brand new merchandise at less than actual co...
Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909
ARCH . 1909 SP 9 SW V Amar &amp; y years \ Aaint mwufi-chw » s \ ^ V ^ Ji ^^^ ^^ m ^^ Mabt ^^ cL ^ i WggP \ for all woodwork / )| t SA-lS-ACl-W-lauPENTER-MOKTON C &lt; X . BOSTON - __^__ - _ - _ - _ - _ - _ - _ rf d _ - __ - _ -H _ U _ - _ - _ - ^ mm . EARN BIC SALARIES , ^ yt _ Jj to he one by mall to eight weeks and assist yoa to secure s position with a reliable firm . Hun-reds of of our graduates placed in . Brood positions . Salesmanship is the easiest , most pleasant , well paid profession in the world , and the demand always exceeds the supply . A good Salesman is always sure of a position because he producea tbe business that keeps the wheels of commerce turning- , and is the one man the employerscan-otgetalong without . Instead of being contented with a poorly paid position , earn a blir salary ss an expert salesman . Our free hook , A Knight of the Grip will show yoa how . Write or call for it today . Address Dept 240 National Salesman s TraM-ti Ass-cbtkio ...
Page 19 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909
FOR FORTY YEARS t \ STANDARD PIANa ( H tsm ~ nMMWM \ mt * W * W mClde MM \^ ssmaMsTAmmM mM ^ ^ US n OUI __ PVT ^ - _^ | W ^ AmW ^ oyta factory . They A . A I ^^ mw * m ^ ue B 0 d direct from Wm \ Am \ mmM * w ^ our factory and in no Other way . Dealers and agents profits and every unnecessary coat eliminated . Every dollar is piano value through and through , the best that 40 years of experience can produce . Ml ABSOLUTELY FREE TRIAL costorobUcerlon . ALL nS-K-HTS PAID and all risks -seamed by as . Pioneers of die direct plan of piano teHing , OUI unparalleled success Has brought forth many Imitators , but no competitors , either as to the n * fl ****» of our product or the integrity and economy of our methods . Forty years of daily increasing business and 45 , 000 satufied and enthusiastic buyers testify to this . Ask a Wing customer what he think * of Wing Piano * and Wing methods . We will send yoa names in yonr locality for the asking . foil sac . from $ 100 to tSOO—ptt a strlat...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909
IT FASTENS ITS HOLD—upon you before you know it . It ls sure to be in the air we breath , the water we drink . The germ of consumption is everywhere present . The germ begins to grow as soon as it reaches a weak snot in the body . Catarrh , Bronchitis , and a scrofulous condition , furnish these weak spots . The way to fight these germs ; begin , early ; render the liver active and purify the blood with Dr . Pierce s Golden Medical Discovery . Besides , it builds up healthy flesh . It s a potent remedy ln all bronchial , throat and lung affections ( except confirmed Consumption ); and in every form of scrofula . It s a non-alcoholic alterative with all its ingredients printed on the bottle-wrapper . Fortify yourself against disease by making the body germ-proof . Dr . Pierce s great thousand-page illustrated Common Sense Medical Adviser will be sent free , paper-bound , for 21 onecent stamps , or cloth-bound for 31 stamps .
Play Days for Married Women [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909
Play Days for Married Women It s an old saying that All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy , but how about Jill ? Bringing up children and running a home make women grow ol : l faster than men , even under the most favorable conditions . Married women need the help of their husbands in organizing their work so as to save themselves and get more time for recreation . The following letter to Dodge &amp; Zuill , 245 Dillaye Bldg ., Syracuse , N . Y ., written Oct . 27 , 1908 , from a Penn Yan , N . Y ., housewife , tells how she threw off one of her greatest burdens of work and turned a dreaded day into a play day : Enclosed you will find payment for EASY Washer . I have thoroughly tested it and find it all that you recommend it to be . It is the only washer I can use and I have tried six different machines . I thank you especially for your special directions ; they have been a great help to me in using your machine . I am so thoroughly satisfied with it that my wash days a...
THE FARM BUILDER [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909
THE FARM BUILDER PLACE TO KEEP FARM MACHINERY One of the heaviest items of . xpensc on the modern farm is the cost of machinery , and , strange as it may seem , this is frequently the most neglected . FRONT VIEW In many parts of . the country , . specially on the poorer farms , one will see all kinds of farm implements exposed to the weather . A writer in the Practical Farmer goes so far as to declare that the farmer now pays the little sum of $ 120 , 000 , 000 per year for farm machinery , FLOOR PLAN or about 70 cents per acre . Of this vast sum , it has been estimated , at least onethird could be saved , if the farmers would take better care of it . A structure such as shown in the illustration herewith is within the mechanical possibilities of almost any man , and the cost should not be great . Anyone interested will have no trouble in figuring out a neat profit if they will spend a little time in estimating the cost of building a machine shed . The house shown in the illustratio...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909
Lincoln s Springfield There be lived and there his body lie * entombed . Beside , the interest which attaches to a visit to the grave , the Illinois State Capital contains Lincoln s old home and many other place * of deep interest to viators . If your ticket reads over the Chicago &amp; Alton Railroad between Chicago and St , Louis , stop-over at Springfield can be arranged without addiboat- charge . The time-tables are arranged io that passengers can spend a few hours in ught-seema en route between Chicago , St . Louis and Kansas City . Take advantage of the above suggestion offered e _ clu- •^^ The Only Way Ssa . tor drcaUr of i-fora-d-M . GEO . J . CHARLTON , Gs-oral PUN - WT Af-et , CUcsfo .
Page 20 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909
j—ABig Income—For You If you will make easy monthly payments we will bring you a BIO REGULAR INCOME without any trouble or worry on your part , from Irrigated Orchards in the famous Yakima Valley in the State of Washington . They pay from $ 1 , 000 to $ 2 , 500 a year per acre . You can share in these big profits without leaving home or friends or , your present employment . Our free literature will explain our our p-v-wst pin . Write for it today , to our eastern office , as follows : LAND LEAGUE OF AMERICA , 2-04 Co » tr-IBU « .. Rochester . N . Y .
Page 20 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909
¦ I ^ wra ^ Ha flfi _ j 1 __ F *_ * I w l Ffl ** *&gt; M _ i--5-MilCT $ -R--w--i » _ iii _ 1 LIKI-H i ^^^ l ^^ O-f With the Old , Rout . h , Wriiikled Leathers FREET vB ^ ImP 11 with the Comfortable STEEL SHOES ! ur-it _ f « r V ^&gt; __ sB ___ JSfl - _ - There s more Brood wear in one pair of Steel Shoes than In *_ -Vk Th * V ^ S-S ____ # ? -SS _ three to six pairs ot the beat All-Leather Shoes . And £ ?_? 7 _&gt; st __ - » Ok . * _ SH- _ - _ -i-- _ comfort ! The very first time you slip your feet into Stec ! . v ? m „_ £ ? m _ tr *»* - * m ?* WeWM Shoes , thev feel fine . They need no ^ breaking in . And ° l 2 mn . sirOES ^ Vs ^** f-- &gt;_ r the longer you wear Steel Shoes the better yon like them . ™ thJfhimi ?( Saw ^^ - __ BB / for they keep your feet warm , dry and comfortable—though on tne wat-- -wow . ^ - e -- - you ____ ,. , n ^ ud or _ . „_ h t 0 yon _ ghoe tops steelshoes are shaped to fit the foot , and the rigid steel bottoms and sides fo...
Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909
^ Lm ffflfaB ^ also give awa v IQ . uuu neau * ^^ B | S ^ B 8--aTf ^ ^ Wm ^ SL-mW TO PROVE BEYOND ALL DOUBT TO EVERY ^ H m ^ m ^^^ BBBBBmmMMMMMMMfmM * ^^^^ INTELLIGENT STOCK RAISER THAT ^ H IWll _ STOCK TONIC I- \\\\\\ is the World s Greatest Conditioner and Feed Saver we will Actually give ^ H ^ H this 25-lb . Pail Free , where we have no Agent , to Every Reader of this ^ AM ^ H Paper who fills out and mails to us the Coupon shown below . (^ dYrdtfafi-VaS wX-k ) ^ AM M ^ mmM _ . «&gt; . UIIIMIBM _ . « AAif - &gt; Alil _ - IC Wilbur s StockTonic during the standing season every day . When out ^^^ H ^^ H WHAT WILBURS STOCK TONIC IS ^ he standing - season , teed WHbur sTonictwo or three times a Week , to ^^ H _ - _ - _ - _ - _ - _ i Nearly a quarter of a century s actual experience has Proven beyond atl keep tnem regular and healthy . MMMM MMMM doubt that Wilbur s Tonic is a moneymaker lor feeders . WE KNOW _ _ „ ftftft ^^ H -------H THiei ii-Ha * been PROVEN tousthous...
YOUNG FARM FOLKS [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909
YOUNG FARM FOLKS BABY CORN A happy mother-stalk of corn Held close a baby ear , And whispered , Cuddle up to me , Ill keep you warm , my dear . Ill give you petticoats of green , With many a tuck and fold , To let out daily as you grow , For you will soon be old . A funny little baby , that , For though it had no eye , It had a hundred mouths ; twas well It did not want to cry . The mother put in each small mouth A hollow thread of silk , Through which thc sun and rain and air Provided baby s milk . The petticoats were gathered close Where all the threadlets hung . And still as summer days went on To mother-stalk it clung ; And all the time it grew and grewEach kernel drank the milk By day , by night , in shade , in sun , From its own thread of silk . And each grew strong and full and round And each was shining white ; The gores and seams were all let out , The green skirts fitted tight , The ear stood straight and large and tall , And when it saw the sun Held up its emerald satin g...
THE BOY , THE BIRD AND THE GIANT [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909
THE BOY , THE BIRD AND THE GIANT Once upon a time there lived a little tops of trees for joy , exclaiming , This ¦ --. -- • , s . i _ boy who spent all of his time either in bird s nesting or setting traps to catch the old birds . The other children used to tell him that , so reads a French fable , it was very wrong to thus kill the poor birds who did harm to no one . But he would answer , I don t care ; it s good fun , One day he caught a pretty bird , with green , yellow and red feathers . You may fancy how pleased he was . Alas ! said the bird , are you going to kill me , too ? Halloa ! cri-ed the little boy , my bird can speak ! Won t you let me go ? continued the bird . Oh , no , he answered ; you speak too well and your feathers are too pretty for that ; and , besides , I ve got you , so you belong to me . The bird said no more , feeling sure it was no use reasoning with such a naughty boy . --------l That very same day , in the evening , as the child was playing in the neighb...