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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 April 1915

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Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
I EXPERIMENT STATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 April 1915

I EXPERIMENT STATIONS Reports from the , FarmmLaihorat The State Leader s Relation to the County One of the most interesting and valjable discussions at the Chicago Conference was on the subject , The Dunes of a State Leader . While the success of the work in any county rests primarily witb the people of the county and with their county agent , yet in many ways the State Leader should contribute to the success of the work . In some cases the State Leader has not been able to render the service due because the county agent has not kept him fully informed regarding conditions . In most counties there is a cooperative agreement between the State Agricultural College , the U . S . Department of Agriculture and the local organization , all agreeing to contribute in some specific way toward the support of the work . If any of these co-operat-ing parties fails to perform its duties as agreed , the State Leader should be promptly informed . It may be that the local association is failing to...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 April 1915

awp _ J _ mm ^^^ mmmmm- ^^^ BMggBMmsB _ B I WilliamFaversham # *^^ [ I Famous Actor , says f aswaamW IJ A pipa of TtUtado It . apa ma femh ng \ mWmaaaaaaamaaaaaaaWe U physicaAyfit and in good spirits , and , i # flFfl ^_______________ D Means * it ia mild ami doom t bita , it P * _ W ^ mMmm \\ Ws \ M a plamumt to tha throat and haapg \ mt ^ m % m _ W I my ooiea in good tona . \ <^ H £ g ^^^ HT J Tuxedo Keeps ^ RQHP ^ I You Physically Fit ^ f ^ mmmW I I Every playgoer has remarked the virility and I I clean-cut vigor of William Faversham , both as an J actor and as a man . No matter what part he is play- || ing , he always presents a figure of alert strength and LJ keen wits . His voice is especially engaging , clear , | ¦ carrying and sonorous . j I For Tuxedo tobacco to gain a testimonial from such I I a man , stating that it helps to keep him physically I Ej fit and in good spirits * and keeps his voice in good lj tone goes far toward convincing you of Tuxedo s If whole...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 April 1915

t |~^ ^ nHVfPPB TheGoodrichTire , if nrnU rr ^ -fl ^ e *^ e i *™^ P ^ MHPHHM athlete , is all ^ 2 ^ JJ ^ LI brawn and muscle | T ^^ ff ^^ 55 —no fat ¦_________________ H _____ Maa > L 0 THB old Olympic Game pro * TT waa their only come-back . * motors were great for what I They had to aay that , in stripwe call form . <*• ping down prices to the point Symmetry , proportion , soundness where tbey were fair to dealer and con- ! ftid proper balance out-bid bulging aumer and left no room for injuriooa lAuaclea for favor—yes , and out-won , price-cutting tactics , we bad stripped tko , juat as they will today . our tires of some quality , too . I Mere bulk never waa synonymous Hith endurance-and the truth of thia ? ? + f lament drives home with a bang , . . _ . .- __ en you apply it to tires . rf ^ HE Ooodrieh Wre , like the I trained athlete , ia all brawn A - 6 ¦ * and muscle—no tat Itrepiev aents an achievement—the ability to cut ¦ »•„ -a-, i u _ J . _ .. out the...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
ORCHARD AND GARDEN B ^ S _^ aa _ BM __________ - ____ M * B- ____ B ________________ S [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 April 1915

ORCHARD AND GARDEN B ^ S _^ aa _ BM __________ - ____ M * B- ____ B ________________ S Drug Plants Hard to Grow The cessation of the harvesting and shipping of many crude drugs because of hostilities in Europe has caused a sharp advance in their market price . As a result many individuals and firms have written the U . S . Department of Agriculture inquiring about the possibilities of the American farmer growing drug plants profitably . The department s specialist in charge of drug-plant investigations has written a number of these correspondents that , although it is probable that a number of important drug plants could _ be grown profitably here if the present high prices continue , nevertheless there is _ a possibility of the early restoration of shipping facilities , and in any event the inexperienced grower of drug plants would be more liable to meet with failure than with success . Some medicinal plants , says the departments specialist , may be grown as easily as ordinary gar...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 April 1915

Grow Oral / intake your Fortune j i ^^ . onrf-eebook . < TheHomeseeke-8 , and Settlers Guide , g « 4 w j ¦ PmkrmtW containing valuable information regarding America s 7 § 3 **^ ^^ richest farming country—125 , 000 . recently surveyed yJ fl T free fertile farms . American farmers are getting rich on Canadia ^^ U ^^ wheat farms . We will help you select your free farm v _^^^ fc « Hff » B _^ big advantage to homeseekers and settlers . who ^^^ SC 8 __«______»»» « i . * 3 _ B . ^ _ * k select their free form now . The best farms will - ^^ 5 __ l »_ fc __ lr * 3 c ^ ¦ ~ naturally be selected first . The present high prices ^^ ^^ jEsffl of grain are taking thousands of American fanners to Western Canada ^^^^ ^ m information to settlers regarding our low rates every Tumday C | MA during March and April . Even if you have already selftted v mr your farm , it will pay you to travel on the Canadian Northern via the Duluth , Ft . Frances or St . Paul and Winnipeg gateway witb stopove...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 April 1915

^____________________________ r \ y ^ A ^__\_\_\_\_ rW ^ \ _ _\ W _ m \\\\\\\ mm . ^^______________________ ^^^^^^^ 4 ^____ 85 ^^^^^^^_______________________ k . ________________________________________________ ^ Sl ^* mMa ^^! lS ^ - ^ v ^&_ aMMMMMMMMMMmaa . ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^¦ 9 ** 9 ^ U J £ 9 P ^^ ILK /_ 5 OT 3 ^^|^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ L \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ Wm \\\ , —mmm \ mWS ^ BP ^ r > ^^^ P ^^^^^^^^^^^ ^ A ^_^_^_^_ WP ^^ The Poc * ef-P «/ ^ ^ L ^ L ^ L ^ L ^ T of All Good Fellows ^^ A . IAW T F anywhere you find men ready at an instant s notice to ^\ Im JL do what is required of them , you find them in our army . W IW And few men love good tobacco like these iron-nerved soldiers W Im —the steadiest , truest marksmen in the world . m \ m Wherever there is an army post there s a big demand for STAR » Tobacco . A soldier can t cany much baggage . Everything must be H H first-class quality and compact , ^ . H That s STAR I Each thick 16 ounce plug is ^ fes- ^ ....

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Ev ^^ lyiLigi [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 April 1915

Ev ^^ lyiLigi Angora Goat . Raising Profitable in America The raising of Angora goats in the United States is now a demonstrated success according to a report just published by the United States Department of Agriculture under the title , The Angora Goat , Farmers Bulletin 573 . The industry , says the bulletin , isindeed so well established here that growers need not be inconvenienced by the action of South Africa in prohibiting the exportation of Angoras , for the quantity of good blood in this country is already sufficient to meet all requirements . In the opinion of experts the best American fleeces now equal any grown ^ in South Africa or Asia Minor , the original home of the Angora . Although nearly every state in the union now possesses its flocks , the Southwest and the Northwest are especially well adapted to the industry , in particular the large areas recently logged-off in the Northwest . There the Angora not only thrives himself but helps to clear away the brush which i...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 April 1915

_\\ m , _ A _ t \\ w f \ tV ^ a , aa , 7 T a * a ? __ k * - £ ^>»^_____^_____ HE ^^___ r ___ rf * n _ r / ^^ SE ^ aWr ^^^^^ aaaaaaTi v ^^ ii ___ -V __^ £ ______ 9 __ fe ___________ * \________________________________________________________ B ^^* W v W ^ ^ SBB ^ 71 . j . v The Agency of a United People A striking comparison between By the completion of the Trans a homogeneous country and a het- continental Line we now talk from erogeneoua group of countries is one end of this country to the obtained by placing over the map other , while in Europe the longest of the United States the map of conversation is no farther than Europe . These represent the same from New York to Atlanta , and area—about 3 , 000 , 000 aquare miles even that depends on the imper—if a few of die remote provinces feet co-operation of unrelated syaof Russia are omitted . terns . Europe has the advantage in Europe , with twenty-five counpopulation , with more than four tries and many different language...

Publication Title: Better Farming
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Questions and Answers [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 April 1915

Questions and Answers Building Up a Worn-Out Farm Question—I- *» ve recently purchased a worn-out farm . A good part of tt con- ™ , t _ „ f bushes and timber . It ls my lnfention to clear lt up and put It Into Eras , and clover . I have , however , no manure to put on lt . My plan , at present , a to plow in the spring , put on lime and add phosphate and sow rye and clover ; nlow this under ln the fall , apply more llme and phosphate and lay down to « rasB and clover . How does this plan appeal to you ? -T . R . W . Answer—There is no doubt that clover and lime and phosphorus are important factors in building up a rundown farm . The lime sweetens the soil so that legumes will grow and , when the soil is properly inoculated , it gathers nitrogen from the air . These plants also add humus which is very necessary to a fertile soil . The application of some phosphoric acid fertilizer supplies the soil with the element phosphorus which is lacking in many of our soils that have been worke...

Publication Title: Better Farming
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 April 1915

Old-time jimmy-pipers P . A . standarcl •^ BBm _ m m W W * S- ^ __ u _ Pj / l _ JM _________ H __ .. __ -T-ffffl ?? . _ JTtjT- a . J . INOvIT CVCFVDOClV ^ ~ N ^ ^ 5 __________ l _ Mfc / VWHWAUjIal . esgnstts •¦*¦¦*¦¦*» **¦¦¦¦¦¦ ^ J ^ 0 _ £$ M _ P _ W KS W !! ¥ I ^ otftPlaaWma . Co Pick P . A . for pipe joy and cigarette makins ^ H ^^ V LWM joy , and you ll be just as happy as a June bug <^^ L ^ H- ^^ I in an apple tree . For it s mighty widespread ^^ B ^ K ^^ H news nowadays that Prince Albert is made by ^^ MHHHH a patented process that takes the teeth out of ¦ gl ^^^^^ S the smoke and leaves your tongue as calm and ¦»_ _____^^ flg | j ^ peaceful as a harvest-moon night . That s jimmy-pipe joy that comes via F RINGE ALBERT the national joy smoke Whfl . the spring s young , tune up that old jimmy-pipe and bud-out into a real and true pip . smok . r . Sur . enough , you Tl b . in fall bloom before the day ta don ., if youll smoke P . A . For there s no more teeth in it than...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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THBKESSM : DAnar [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 April 1915

THBKESSM : DAnar Starters for Swiss Cheese . The use of cultures in the manufacture of Swiss cheese is suggested in a new bulletin of the United States Department of Agriculture , No . 148 , The Use of Bacillus Bulgaricus in Starters For Making Swiss or Emmental Cheese as a means of overcoming many of the difficulties experienced by American makers . The art of Swiss cheese making is highly developed , but few of the underlying scientific principles have yet been discovered and the difficulties in this way have led many manufacturers to believe that a really high-grade cheese of this type can be produced in only a few localities . As a matter of fact , the average quality of the American product has not been so high as that of the European . With the aid of the Bacillus bulgaricus , however , there is reason to believe that some of the unfavorable conditions may be remedied . Hitherto the main troubles have been caused by the presence of microorganisms which generate abnormal gas an...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 April 1915

_ m % T * l _ . _ - * Mr lhe nS ^ P Survival / Mgjfl of the • 40 yE \ Fittest TRIED IN THE FURNACE OF light of publicity for a few short competition and subjected to months or a few short years , the teat of years of practical use claiming to be as good as or on nearly 2 , 000 , 000 farms the cheaper than the De Laval , world over , the De Laval has but their users have sooner or proved its overwhelming super- later found them lacking in some writy to all other cream separa- one respect or another , and even tors , where a few have seemingly done well their users have come to TWENTY YEARS AGO THERE learn that the De Laval was a were as many makes of factory still better machine . I as of farm separators , but for the past ten years the De Laval has THE UNFIT OR THE LESS FIT had this field almost to itself , 98 cannot possibly survive for long per cent of the cream separators in separators or anything else , in use by creamerymen and Think o « all the separators you market milk deale...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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