ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Ohio Farmer Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 88,598 items from Ohio Farmer, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
88,598 results
Farm = GroWn 'Balanced Rations [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 6 April 1907

Farm = GroWn Balanced Rations Special Article No . 11 . y A SYMPOSIUM . 4 . Sr ^ SS « SBE - w ., « - ^«™™ In the great central areas of the United States corn is the king of crops . The country over it is the premier grain for stock-feeding purposes . It is a grain which only reaches its highest development and greatest feed value under conditions of reasonable moisture and moderately high , continuous , summer temperatures . The sun and heat store in it an excessive amount of fat and heat or energy-pro-ducing elements known as the carbohydrates . It is relatively very deficient in the bone-and-flesh-producing elements known as the proteids and is therefore one of the most striking examples of an unbalanced ration , although the best grain for the stockman grown on the American farm—a seeming anomaly . With it and it alone as the sole grain ration the American farmer can and for many years has been producing excellent beef , pork and mutton in great quantities . In later years , how...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THE DENATURED ALCOHOL I A , V . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 6 April 1907

THE DENATURED ALCOHOL I A , V . Iii order to give our readers reliable information as to the exact character and specific provisions of the new or amended law on denatured alcohol , we applied to Commissioner John W . Yerkes of the Internal Revenue Department , asking some questions and requesting all the information he could furnish in regard to the workings and probable results of the new law . His answer , below , is characteristic of the matt . He realizes the importance of the new industry to farmers and takes time , amid his multiplied duties , to convey all the information to them , possible . Commissioner Yerkes rulings and decisions , since he assumed his present position , have invariably been just and reasonable , and his enforcement of law rigid and honest . Under his regulations and supervision , we have not the least doubt that every farmer who attempts to produce industrial alcohol will be assisted and encouraged to the fullest extent . One can easily imagine how an i...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
WHERE WILL ALFALFA GROW ? [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 6 April 1907

WHERE WILL ALFALFA GROW ? ( We have been compelled to condence the following article somewhat . —The Editors . ) During recent years alfalfa has been grown successfully in nearly every state of the Union , and in some part of nearly every county of every state . No one need fail . Only three things does alfalfa insist upon . First comes drainage . The land must not be waterlogged in a wet time . It must be drained , either artificially with tiles or naturally by having a porous subsoil . If it is drained with tiles they should be laid at least three feet deep . Next , the soil must be sweet . Acidity may come from a variety of reasons . Old soils are apt to be sour and poor soils also , and soils may even be sour right above hard limestone rock . More failures result from sowing on sour land than from any other cause unless it be lack of fertility . Soils will not be sour when there are many small fragments of lime within them , such as the glaciated soils ol parts of Ohio , Indiana...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
A GOOD WEED HOE . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 6 April 1907

A GOOD WEED HOE . Last season I made and used the hoe shown in illustration and It proved to be excellent for removing dock , plantain and other weeds from meadow and grain fields . The handle is a good hoe handle with socket shank from which the blade was broken . I straightened the shank and shrunk on a blank nut , three-fourths of an inch from the end ( A , Fig . 1 ) and threaded the end for another nut . ( C , Fig . 1 ) . The blade , B , is made of the thin end of a 2-Inch wagon spring . It is 9 inches long and curved five-eighths of an inch out of line as shown in Fig . 2 . The thick end Is flattened to make 3 Inches wide ( Fig . 3 ) and a hole is drilled in center which closely fits on handle shank where It is held In place by not C , shown in Fig . 1 . Both ends of blade are sharpened making a double width 1 2 3 A GOOD WEED HOE . of hoe . It is a good plan to have two blades and in the absence of a spring It could be made from a steel plow landfl ide or mouldboard . — C . Ave...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
EXPERIMENT . FARM NOTES . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 6 April 1907

EXPERIMENT . FARM NOTES . A Short Maple-Syrup Season . — The syrup season did not really begin until March 12 th . Our first gathering of sap was March 13 and the last , to date , was on March 22 , only ten days in all . An March 21 , 22 and 23 we had extreme heat for the first time this spring , the thermometer going as high as 82 degs . Fahrenheit on the 22 d , a record-breaker for that date . The buds of lilacs , elms and soft maples have swelled considerably . Today , the 26 th , we are having several pretty heavy thunder storms with thermometer at 65 degs .,. and the wind persistently in the south . Thunder mrms in March are usually followed by cooler or colder weather , and the weather bureau predicts colder tomorrow . If snow or even a good freeze comes , followed by warmer weather , we shall probably have one or two more good runs , and if it comes very soon the syrup may be of good quality , but a day or two more of weather like that of March 21 , 22 and 23 will make the sy...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
» vjU t ui lino Facts for Stockmen . rV'ri nAMklnntln- —M a . a • • [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 6 April 1907

» vjU t ui lino Facts for Stockmen . rVri nAMklnntln- —M a . a • • . „ . u , „ .... uu ngures or long of cyphers can give a Just idea of the colossal proportions of the cattle industry as carried on b y American farmers and ranchmen . Statistics of a year or so back tell us that 17 , 000 . 000 cows and more than 43 ,- 000 . 000 other horned cattle , roamed the great ranges of the West , or led in farmyard and stable In every state of the Union . All this stock reaches u total valuation of one thousand three hundred million dollars—figures too large to get hold of with any clear comprehension . Now . In ylew of the immensity of this great business , what would it become In the future h * all needless waste were eliminated ? For there Is waste , enormous and useless . Cattlemen are just beginning to realize how much has been lost by lack of system and the happy-go-lucky methods of a past generation of great cattle kings , and how great a loss there still is today In every stable and o...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
SEED POTATOES AND OATS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 6 April 1907

SEED POTATOES AND OATS . As early in the spring as we consider that danger from freezing is past , our potatoes , which we expect to use for seed , are taken from the cellar where they have been wintered , to the barn and there spread out on the floors of the empty hay bays . Care is taken that the layer is but one potato thick , although they may lie as closely together as possible . While the bright sunlight does not strike them , the light is sufficient to keep the sprouts from growing long , as they would have , had they been left In the dark , damp cellar . The sprouts keep short and thick and do not break off easily . Our success in potato growing has increased during the few years that we have been following this plan , although this is but one of the methods which we have tried to improve . Our seed oats have been through the fanning mill and are ready for the drill . The use of the drill for planting the small grains is now almost universal , and its successful use demands ...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
BUILDING DEPARTMENT . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 6 April 1907

BUILDING DEPARTMENT . ( Conducted by John L . Shawver . ) PLAN NO . 70 . Basement Barn . —E . H ., Lockwood , O ., wants plans for a basement barn for a 200-acre farm . He is not certain what plan of roof he wants . We present floor plan of barn 36 x 64 feet with manure shed and straw loft 20 x 64 feet and give two elevations to show the appearance of the roof as constructed each way . To have straight roof over straw loft and one side of barn will rv ° V 33 S . Barr ><* Mar . i / , e BiacL make a very awkward looking roof and will necessitate a more expensive frame work also . We would recom mend ine regular form for the barn roof and then if straw loft is not sufficiently large would build that as a wing and make roof full hight of main barn .

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
DESTRUCTION OF BROOM-SEDGE [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 6 April 1907

DESTRUCTION OF BROOM-SEDGE A recent inquiry in The Ohio Farmer as to the best method of destroying broom-sedge was answered by Prof . A . D . Selby of the Experiment Station . The advice was to burn it off In the spring when it was dry . If the experience of former years is of any value , this burning , of Itself , will remove only the tops , or seed bearing portion and not injure the roots in the least , and a new growth will at once spring up . If it is burned , however , In the late spring when it is thoroughly dried by frost , wind and sun , so that it burns off close down to the ground , and the new growth . when it appears , is kept eaten off by cattle , a couple of years pasturing , sometimes only one suffices to kill it It is quite essential that the burning be done at a favorable time , for . if long stubs are left standing , the cattle can not get at the new growth until it is long enough to reach above the stubbles , by which time it is so tough and bitter that they will ...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
A Word To Our Readers . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 6 April 1907

A Word To Our Readers . Those of onr readers who expect to purchase a vehicle of any kind in the near fntxire should pay particular attention lo the advertising of the Ohio Carriage Manufacturing Company which lili HJWBUB IU I . r ^ UD , The Ohio Carriage Manufacturing Company are old and well-known advertisers , and hare built up an immense business on their fnll line of Split Hickory Vehicles . They manufacture every style of Vehicle and can sup = ply the needs of the most discriminating buyer . They also make a full line of Harness , and can furnish the best there is in that line . This Company has earned a wide reputation for fair and liberal treatment of all its customers and has succeeded in making SPLIT HICKORY VEHICLES the best-known and best-liked Vehicles on the market . Mr . H . C . Phelps , the President of the Ohio Carriage Manufacturing Company , Is a splendid type of the American business man , and makes a point of keeping In close personal touch with each individual ...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
REINS FOR FOUR-HORSE TEAM . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 6 April 1907

REINS FOR FOUR-HORSE TEAM . Will some reader explain how four horses can be driven with one pair of lines ? How are four horses worked on a gang plow ? E . B ., Monroeville , O . —The accompanying sketch shows a common arrangement of reins for four horses driven abreast . The bits are represented by Figs . A , and DRIVING FOUR HOUSES . one rein to a bit runs back through the ring in the backpad , B . The two horses of each team are connected at the bits by jockey-sticks , C . If any of our readers have found other arrangements of the reins more satisfactory , we will be glad to hear from them with a diagram showing arrangement . Four horses on a gang plow are usually driven abreast . Temporary Fence in Yard . — It is sometimes convenient to have a temporary fence in a barnyard that can be removed when hauling manure . This can be done by setting posts and making some panels of hoard fence . Put four elbow rods made of % -lnch iron in each post to hang the panels on . They can be lif...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
IMPROVING THE POTATO CROP . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 6 April 1907

IMPROVING THE POTATO CROP . Several months ago I placed before the readers of The Ohio Farmer in considerable detail , the method which the Ohio Experiment Station is following in its attempt to improve the corn crop . This method of testing individual plants with a view of selecting and propagating those found to be of superior merit is being extended to many farm crops . The differences which are found to exist in individuals of every species and race , In both animal and plant life , are probably as marked in the potato plant as in any other , although the evidence of this is not as well established as in plants which are ordinarily reproduced from geed . The desirability of taking advantage of differences found existing in nature , whether they be the gradual accumulations of environment , or suddenly appearing sporting forms ( mutations ) , and the subsequent multiplication of these superior individuals , Is apparent to all . It is believed that the plant-row test , which has b...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 6 April 1907

A Sky Line of Carey Roofs ENOUGH MILES of Carey s Roofing have been put on buildings since 1873 to make a pathway across country from the Atlantic to the Pacific and back again ! The house , barns and outbuildings of MICHAEL L INK , at Mitchell , Ills ., shown above—are all covered with CAREYS£S?ROOFING CAREYS is the Time-Proof Roof . It withstands the assaults of the elements : la nre-resisting , wind and moistnre-proof , and will not ROT , RUST , MELT OR BREAK . It loses neither its life nor elasticity . Is equally adapted to fiat or steep surfaces and may be laid over leaky shinRles or metal roofs , without the expense of removal . Knife and hammer are the only tools needed in its application . The Carey Patent Lop , an exclusive Carey virtue , covers and protects nail-heads , insuring a neat , everlasting , moisture-proof union of sheet to sheet and Roofing to roof-board . In the composition of Carey a Roofing , only the highest grade of woolen felt of onr own manufacture Is ueo...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
[ LIVE STOCK 1 —— [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 6 April 1907

[ LIVE STOCK 1 —— a—a—aaassssssasaa—saaaassa— m FARM GROWN BALANCED RATIONS . ( Continued from first page . ) lighten the feed , we must use them . Let us suppose that you wish to mix up five tons of grain and that you have decided to use corn , oats , gluten feed , wheat bran , cottonseed meal and oil meal . Did you save The Ohio Parmer for March 17 , 1906 ? That issue contains a table for rations already worked out . It has caused some one a great deal of work and is invaluable . Turn to pages 6 and 7 , groups 49 , 62 , 140 and 153 . Gathering them together we have : 1 % lb . corn and cob meal is balanced by 1 lb . gluten feed . 1 lb . corn and cob meal is balanced by 2 lb . wheat bran . 4 % lb . corn and cob meal is balanced by 1 lb . cottonseed meal . 2 % lb . corn and cob meal is balanced by 1 lb . oil meal . Adding 9 V £ lb . corn and cob meal is balanced by 5 lb . bought feed . Let us take three times this amount and we have 28 % lb . corn and cob meal balanced by 15 lb . bou...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 6 April 1907

THOUSANDSHAVEKIDNEY TROUBLEANDDONTKNOWIT. To Prove What Swamp-Root , the Great Kidney Remedy , Will Do for YOU , Every Reader of The Ohio Farmer May Havo a Sample Bottle Sent Free by Mail . Weak and unhealthy kidneys are re- smarting or irritation in passing . brickfnT han r ^ llLr ^ tl ^ Lr ^ e , dU f 0 r f ™* in , the »«*« > ^ when through neglect or other causes , ache , back ache , lame back , dirkldney trouble Is permitted to continue , ziness , poor digestion , sleeplessmany fatal results are sure to follow . ness , nervousness , heart disturbance h „ T ° u «„ c , t 1 e . H . ? .. flans may K need atte . 2 tlon r due t 0 bad kidney trouble , skin erupbut your kidneys most , because they do i , i . « * *« - ,, , most and should have attention flrstf tions from bad blo ° d . neuralgia , rheuIf you are sick or feel badly , begin matsm , diabetes , bloating , irritability , taking Dr . Kilmer s Swamp-Root , the wornout feeling , lack of ambition , maygreat kidney , live...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 6 April 1907

Vfarrmntmd lo G / ro Satlafactlon . Gombauits CausticBalsam Ini ^ ^^ JLl Has Imitators But No Competitors . A Safe , Speedy and Positive Cure for Curb , S p lint Sweeny , Capped Hook , Strained Tendons , Founder , Wind Puffs , and all laments * from Spavin , Ringbone and other bony tumors . Cures all skin diseases or Parasites , Thrush , Diphtheria . Removes all Bunches from Horses or Cattle , As a Human-Remedy for Rheumatism . Sprains , Sore Throat , ere ., It Ja Invaluable . Every bottle of Caustic Balsam sold is Warranted to give satisfaction . Price $ 1 . 50 per bottle . Sold by druggists , or sent br express , cuarfecs paid , wittt full directions for its use . r ^ Send for descriptive circular * , teafilmonlala , etc . Address The Lawrence-Williams Co ., Cleveland , 0 . Spwiail No matter how old tho blemloh , ^ how lame the hor * A , or bow many doctors have tried and failed , uso Flemings Spavin and Ringbone Paste Use ft nnder oar Runrnntee—your money . -. funded If It 4 oe «...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 6 April 1907

MORGAN STALLION SERVICE Tha Vary High-Class Morgan Stallion LAMBERT G . Purchase . I In Vermont In 1906 by the Ohio State UaJ-veratty , will r . ffer «* rrlco to ¦ limited nmnbii of approved mares thl * nenton of 1907 . This utalHon ii- of tho cholcetit M <> rtAn blnoil lines . 1 B n flne iiadlTidnaL and ia of the type used in the V . S . iim -TiiUKHt Btiid . For informntinn us lopetlicree , terms , etc .. nddreBs DEPT . OF ANIMAI . HUSBANIRV , OHIO STATS UNIYEUS 1 TT , Colnmtras , Ohio . BELGIANS Exclusively A choice selection , freshly Imported Jlelelan Stallions , 3 years old . with Tory larte else and . bones ; floe movers : all of the very best quality I will veil very reasonably and five the highest value for the money . A * orj « Te deal and full satisfaction guaranteed to everybody . Write for more details or when yon arc coining , - OF . BEEKENS , Dealer mid Importer of Belgian HOTSI-B , R , NO . 1 , Spoors . Pa . T _ M 11 ! M _ n „ n J Coach Stallion ...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
x
Loading...
x
x