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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909
Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909
Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909

22 r _ rn _ « *_ _ / ESf 10 DAYS FREE TRIAL :: e £ SAf . _____ BMMM to any place in the United States without acent deposit m advance , and allow m -M . TOTten -Uys free . rislfromtbeday you receiveit If it doesnotsultyo-inevery way and * Amn \ m \ MMm is not ill or more than we claim for it and a better bicycle than yon ^ g * sEnrwhere £ mVWM . mmWm regardless of price , or if for any reason whatever , yoa do not wish to keep it , ship it back HW _ ! tons at our expense for freight and yoa will * - * be tut ens cent . lAll liMUM FACTORY PRICES y ^^^ wSSf ^ fesy ^ -.- ^ ¦ l-llM _ - _ .. BUflBaave you iio to 1 st middlemen . profit on every btcycle-higheat grade models with __ n _ lls ___ rm- _ - ! k )__| l > > m-tW pedal-, etx ,, atpr ^ no W _ TierthM cheap mad M \ «_____________¦ t «_ er Mcycl-ss also reliable medium grade models at unhe-ut-l of tow Ks-ogB . ¦ \_ Tn _ - _ n _ H IMeB IA _ -Tt WIIITEn is each ton aad district to tide sad « hlbt . a simple ¦ _ 1 ...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909

$ 3600 REWARD —in __ , _ -U toraeertam dollar ; $ 5 * 0 Thlsau-J wni » eMSW « or ^ 00 a ^ mln ^^ a 5 fis ^ ___ &^ ft ! ^^ SSfES _ -f ^«- S ! rc _ 3 ! iS »? St »«« M ^ MMraas ^ S ^ ^ m % * f ^^ otnsat r ^^ Wmm ^*^^ ?^^ te ^ fo / rffAy ^ g ^^ KU 0 ^ amsaW % ^ 9 ^ Htmem ^ imm ^ M ^ . 25 , «M» -I0 o all new and just published , up to the minute . Our fa e catalog showing 10 . 000 dWwmtFMt Cards FRBE . 8 yWla Art Co ., i-nrt . 18 Chicago ISI VBSB . ° _„ -l ,, ___ L * S l _ Sf- ___ -i ____ ft BJu- aagai . mam * ^ * aemm > mmam * m sasassisais ws siisiswi POST CARDS apiLBUf FREE Toleti ^ ueeo « lara . a _ w «»« s | SlBsslfsSi « l _* S _* - ? E ,- 1 t beautiful Al-uai . < a-s . j ^/ ffl _ i | __|^ g __ B _* J * lovely art post car da . - > M _ M--JMr { --1 . ° _ 2 f __ 3 _ 2 _ I toc ,. ver portaieeo- nee-lnt Ortf 1 AttruiSoeaeBa _ atonsr . HQMEB OTOlfo « CO . P- - r-. lWC-ioW , 111 . fe * - _ -fc ~^ iis _ g Souvenir Postal Co-. ¦ 044 . W mm to * ...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 23 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909

HOLSTEINS My herd Is made np of some of the best lines la tUia- world-beating class . I have a thorough-rid tall calf from a cow of high breeding which will be worth $ 300 when he Is a yearling . Be is now two months old and the first man with $ 30 gets him , and he will get a bargain . EDMUND 8 . CHAPMAN , R . P . D . t . • - * ¦ OBNEVA , WIS . Reference Farm Press M V _» Y FINE POST C 4 RDS 4 n . Tht best * ou « versaw . All high \\)\ , grade cards . Pull assortment of subjects . Wemakethls _ n- «« - _ erto Introduce «^ T ct ^^» . S _ U Bl , M ..

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 23 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909

See What You Save The cost of upkeep on ten Cars was $ 1 for each 4 , 343 miles—or 25 c per month per car . We will prove that by affidavits . sidering cost of upkeep—the cheapest Think what that means— $ 1 upkeep good car on the market . Ride in one for each 4 , 343 miles . Thats farther once and you won t think of buying any than most cars are run in a season . 4-cylinder car . That is one reason why these are six- _ , u , f % cylinder times . We have ceased making JtBCOna-tiana l _ 4 __ r » four-cylinder cars . One cannot afford , . them . Tlie Sixes are cheaper because of We acquire many used cars in part ?„_; .. „„_ - »_ ,. me . payment for Winton Sixes . We over- * Then P rhe P Sixe S s - have power . They are haul them at our factor , refinish them flexible , quiet , wonderful hill-climbers , and •«**« n . J ! £ «™^ , on - Then They will creep on high gear . They we sell them at bargain prices sav / gasoline , P save repair ! and save £ » £ * rjo ^ a ug ^ at half JS SAi ^ 0 °...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1909

Most Wonderful Offer Ever Published A- * 9 + Save 30 to 50 Pep Cent on Your Purchases !^ The Chicago House Wrecking Co . s Grand 1909 Sale of Merchandise ! MMMMM MMMMMMMM MMMMMMM MMMMMMMMMMM MMMMM MMMMMMM MMMMMMMMMMM MMM mWMMMmMMMMMMMMMMMMMMc . From Sheriff s Sales ! From Receiver s Sales ! From ManufacturersSales ! Lumber A Building Materialf \\ M ^?~^ ^ S ^ } \\ Furniture , Household Poods ! MMMMMMM MM MMMMM MMM M MMMMMMMMMMM That s what thousands c ( people know ns mMMMMMMMMM MMMMMMmmMMMM M _ t _ M __ £ v 100 , 000 . 000 feel ef Lumber for sale . THINK OP IT . He Chicago And there s merit to it . We buy onr goods at Our wonderful Furniture Catalog contain ! - * hundreds ef pages of House Wrecking Co . off ers you an opportunity to buy Lumber and St . ar . ffa Sales . ReeaivarV SaJae anrlManu- genuine bargains with beautiful illustrations in natural color effects Building Material today at price . . 1 E-HoV cent below what A ^^ JSAZ . aZ ^ n hn , t ™? J £ ! _ r _ i « J- j _ seirt ...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Other Cream Separators Merely Discarded or Abandoned De Laval Inventions [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 April 1909

Other Cream Separators Merely Discarded or Abandoned De Laval Inventions Now that the use of the cream separator has become so nearly universal and there are many thousands buying machines every year , both those who are beginning their use and those who are replacing old machines for one reason or another , it is interesting and instructive to know that nearly , if not quite , every cream separator that has ever been made , and certainly all that are being made at this time , are merely copies or imitations of some type of construction originally invented or developed by the De Laval Company , and either not used by it because of something more practical or else discarded and abandoned in the course of De Laval progress and utilization of later improvements . The first practical continuous flow centrifugal Cream Separator was the invention of Dr . Gustaf de Laval in 1878 , the American patent application being filed July 31 , 1879 , and issuing as Letters Patent No . 247 , 804 , Oc...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 April 1909

Here s the GREATEST COUNTRY CAR Ever Built ¦ - ¦ ¦ ¦¦ ¦ ¦¦¦ ^ ¦¦¦¦¦¦ ¦ ¦¦¦ M BB _ m-msWmW mmWa 0 Q7 E__^_\\ Bimm ^ m ^ ^ REE Catalogue yOf v \^_ W^^ L\^/ Askfor , f ~~ UsetheCouP° n ^ : B^ u . d . Su Rr Uw * , nUxJfAWe want you to know about this mfisuKtsr _§_ w ___\ TA 1 . 4 car - We are almostnextdoorto $ 375 to $ 900 V^ HHl m the publishers ot this paper ; the MH ^ Ae £ & mmamwmm ^ Sn ^^ Jm \ i * ™ m \^ jB ^ Ae \\& ™ _^ ~ jjr ^ - w v l v ^ la ! ii ^ sP « HBBlW ^ i ^¦ J * > \ - ^ ^ 9— — W ^ W ^ MT ^^ 9 M—W— WI ^^ Black Motor Cars 1 S 49 Model 112 Develops 14 Horse Power VAN ^ u ^ , intl « estedtws time »« thespecial automobile proposition that up * _\ \ M \ Simple—Easy to understand and run—Built esoedallv UU JJLuKS £ £ _ JgJ l FARM ^ f 8 T ^ , W « £ a ™ *> ld l 0 tS ° i TES SIR— for «> untry roads-sand-mud-hiUs ^ ndgets youThSe . w *^ CK cars to tactical men who have been using them for years and ¦ * fcw *»¦« qidcUy and bac...

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

The FARM PRESS is published monthly at 163 Ohio St ., Chicago , at the subscription price of aj cents a year , or five years for $ 1 , 00 , It is edited with scrupulous care for the benefit and Interest ol the farmer and his family . Every advertisement in these columns has the endorsement and guarantee of the FARM PRESS behind it . NO SWINDLER HAS MONEY ENOUGH TO BUY SPACE IN THIS PAPER . MW Mention FARM PRBSS therefore when answering advertisements . FREDK L , CHAPMAN , Editor ,

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
AN UNCROWNED HERO [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 April 1909

AN UNCROWNED HERO By BoOTUE 0 . D 0 LS 0 H Tis easy to be brave ; nobility Man s birthright is , and , unto nature true , When great occasions rise , with pride we see Ten thousand hearts press on to dare and do . Tis easy to be brave ; he gains applause Who , rising , answers to his country s call ; Yet one who died obscure in duty s cause I knew , and him I honor most of all . THE FARMER AS A MORAL FORCE EVERY AUTUMN when the farmer brings in his annual surplus of grain , fruit and livestock , and we see that he has added to the nations wealth a sum that is counted by the billions , it is the fashion to pat him on the back and praise him for his thrift and industry , but there are other tributes which the farmer yields to the nation , and their value is not always recognized so readily . As a moral force he is our biggest national asset . I am not going to prove it by recourse to the trite hut true facts which everybody concedes ; the fact , for instance , that nearly all the grea...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
¦ DlaUBHa ! HE MAKES THE WORLD GO 'ROUND B *^ — [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 April 1909

¦ DlaUBHa ! HE MAKES THE WORLD GO ROUND B *^ — This man of sunburnt features , Is the prime , essential factor Who tills and works the ground , That tnakes the ivorld go round .

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
1 KANSAS ^ WHEAT IN -COMES HOME t AGAIN By WILLIAM ROSCOE [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 April 1909

1 KANSAS ^ WHEAT INCOMES HOME t AGAIN By WILLIAM ROSCOE THE TRIUMPHAL MARCH OF THE REAPER ARMY O VER the line from Western Canada there will c 6 me this spring several carloads of wheat to the farmers of Kansas . And therein lies a story . For this seed which , the Canadians are selling to Kansas descended directly from the seed which Kansas sold the Canadians scarcely ten years ago . The wheat in question is that known as Alberta Red . Originally it was brought to Kansas by Russian immigrants in 1889 , and planted in Kansas ; it brought forth those bumper crops which for years were the envy of the world . Ten years later , when the Albertans began to grow grain , the Canadian Pacific went over the list of available varieties to determine which was most best suited to the needs of the farmers there , and decided finally upon the Turkey Red of Kansas . Two carloads were purchased accordingly and distributed with great care among the farmers along the Canadian Pacific main line . But ...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THE ORIGIN OP VEGETABLES [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 April 1909

THE ORIGIN OP VEGETABLES THRESHING IN ALBERTA . THE WORLDS BREAD BASKET THE potato , which was already cultivated in America when the continent was discovered , is spontaneous in Chile . It was introduced to Europe in 1580 and 1585 by the Spaniards , and almost at the same time by the English , who brought it from Virginia , where it had appeared about 1550 . Salsify is found in a wild state in Greece , Dalmatia , Italy and Algeria . According to Olivier de Serres , it has been cultivated in the south of France since the sixteenth century . Turnips and radishes came originally from Central Europe . The beet root and the beet , which have been greatly improved by cultivation , are considered as the same species by botanists . The beet , only the stalk of which is eaten , grows wild in the Mediterranean , Persia and Babylonia . Garlic , onions , shalots and leeks have long been cultivated in almost all countries , and their origin is very uncertain . That of the scallion is better kno...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THE DAIRY FOR PROFIT [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 April 1909

THE DAIRY FOR PROFIT THE CABS OF THE DAIRY By H . 0 . Van Pelt There is no subject of more importance „ , the dairy farmer than caring for the . lijrv in such a manner that pure milk ^ ffcream can be produced . At the present time creameries are unable to pro- , l ,, a . as good a quality of butter as they , li . l fifteen years ago . Then the milk was hauled daily to the factory and made into butter before time had elapsed for the many germs , that found their way into the milk , to reproduce to the extent where their presence interfered with the butter . At the present time „ carly every farm is equipped with a hand « tparator , and it has been found not only possible , but very convenient to keep the cream for several days before delivering . No greater precautions in producing the milk have been taken than under the old M-stem , and the buttermaker gets cream from which it is impossible to make good 1 , „ iior . The hand separator is with us to remain , as is undoubtedly the pra...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
DooKieisiei 8 HOME MADE OAS LIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 April 1909

DooKieisiei 8 HOME MADE OAS LIGHT Let us send you our little , .. n you how to make your own gas light . They are free . Tell us how large your house is , mention this paper , and address Union Carbide Sales Co . Dept . B . 20 Adams St ., Chicago , 111 . The books are free .

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