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Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 6 April 1907
fl J ** Used XJ | WW 9 ^ for 20 Years— A ( M I doing food worK today . ffiV ^ fl lis durabilltr It * atroiigoat oiidoraomcat—a /* v / \\ H Kood rowion for buying a Dayton . Tha XnV J &gt; Vii principle ! ot oonatructlon mid in * torIaU used , jL ^( jtffj are right , and latest improve , in outs nddod . j ^ T &amp;^ T ^ t Ouyton Hpmycrs nro rapid and ceo- J jOTnY \ 1 nomlcal , throwing a continuum apraj of f-p ^ ayjf ^ J chemical solutlona for dt-atroylnjc Insect mil 3 m pent * and discuses on treca , vegetables : jji T Kspoclnlly adapted for whitewashing . « t ^ l cold water pnintintr , spraying poultry , cattle , // ll etc .. and diiinfectlnn pens and alalia . It iT ^ Umi ffiiiahes fires . Catalogue and information frco . llmmmmmmt Dayton Snpply Co ., Dept . J , Dayton , Ohio . *^ Vi * 55 ? J OrR^WalsonA Four Row Potat 5 JMH | Covers SO to 40 acres per day . » A \^^ P ^ Sir . uUlli . S z rows , sprays 4 at a ^^ •^^ K *« 8 lr IR / time . Wheels adjnst for different m...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 6 April 1907
Im ///( nWll Choose Your Yields bv Choosing Your Fertilizer ^ Vi ^ ffl ^ s ^ rallMffl provided you choose a fertilizer containing o % of •* J » i * j * p I ¦ Milli&gt;OTTACIII | mrU1A5H*jggl ¦ ilWffilffliot ? P d 0 , . her rl ? P s . write lor ihe • Farmer s Uulde . ™ ieiHireet Wf- ^ TlW ¦ OsJ £ ) 0 you Shave ? Don t be satisfied _ AmWVm \ with poor soap . Washing soap , ^ m WvSm PJ toilet soap or even the . 1 ^^^ ka WW ^ mr ^^ best Castile soap are / ^^^ ^ U % i 6 ^ r not suitable for shav- / 2 % ^ ==== ^ S Y 1 P ^ The ing . It requires a soap /^/ BARBER ^ jg ^&amp; ££$&amp; made especiall y for Jp &gt;\ BAR )&amp; $ ) SthS of the purpose to soft- _^ gA \ m \\ . «^&gt;— - - ^ f J WilIiams ^ Am k % —^ m ^ T ^ las keen the • ^ m Y f ^ J Wr standard for 6 o years . —4 ^ L ^^^^^^ T ^ he only kind that won t ^^^^^^^^ ^ r smart or dry on the face . ¦ • ^ k ^ SaJi ^ r ,. Scn , ! - , c , - B « rnp for !! TRIAL CAKE of Williams ShavinR Soap , ...
CURRENT COMMENT . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 6 April 1907
CURRENT COMMENT . The symposium on THE FEEDING Home - grown balQUESTION . anced rations , by Messrs . Jones , Jeffries and Wing in this weeks issue is of especial value and interest . The writers are practical feeders , but use applied science in their practice-. They believe in the balanced ration and are working out the important problem , how to balance them by home-grown products to the greatest extent possible . The feeding question has become one of paramount importance since feedstuffs have advanced in price so generally . When corn was 20 cents a bushel and hay $ 4 and $ 5 a ton , and farmers of the West and Northwest were burning both for fuel , the balanced ration was not so important , yet even then there was loss through feeding a great excess of carbohydrates and not half enough pro tein . The lack of protein is the usual misfortune of farmers ; too many can see no profit in buying it , and will make no effort to produce it . These are losers . The farmer who will grow ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 6 April 1907
ESTABLISHED 1848 THE LAWRENCE PUBLISHING CO . EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS . GEK » rua , OirriCE , 801-2 IIO ST . CLAIR Ave ., N . E . CLEVELAND , OHIO . NEW YORK OFFICE , 725 Temple Court Bldg . CHICAGO OFFICE . 1736 First Nut . Bank Bide . DETROIT . Mich .. OFFICE . 39-45 Conilross SI .. V 7 . MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE . 529 A mini ,. Bide . B BATTLE , We « h ., 01 FllE . lsU People ( 8 . Bit . Uldg . M . J . LAWRENCE President M . \ V . LAWRENCE Vice-President M . L . LAWRENCE Secretary P . T . LAWRENCE Treasurer M . E . WILLIAMS S W . I . CHAMBERLAIN I ,. , „ .,., « JOHN F . CUNNINGHAM &gt;¦ Editor , HARRIET MASON \ A . J . ANDERSON J TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Three Years , 156 2 ? , iri . n $ 1 . 50 TWO YEARS , 104 Copies lo one perion $ 1 . 20 One Yetr , 52 75 Cents Six Months , 26 40 We guarantee to stop sending paper when the time for which It Is paid has expired , so that , to avoid missing any numbers , all should renew promptly . Always Bend money by draft , postofllce money orde...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 6 April 1907
WE GUARANTEE to stop THE S OHIO FARMER Immediately upon ex- i plratlon of time subscribed for , and we &gt; 1 will pay all expenses for defending , | any suit brought against any sub- i i scrlber to The Ohio Farmer by the publisher of any farm paper which has been sent after the time ordered has expired , providing you return such papers to your postmaster unread , teil / him to notify the publishers that you , | refuse to accept them , and you send us due notice before suit Is started . i i Avoid future trouble by refusing to subscribe for any farm paper which 1 does not print , In each issue , a definite guarantee to stop on expiration ) ! of subscription . i i The Lawrence Pub . Co ., Cleveland , O . i
WEIGHTS OF CUI , VERT PIPE . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 6 April 1907
WEIGHTS OF CUI , VERT PIPE . In a recent letter to The Ohio Farmer , Attorney H . C . DeRan . of Sandusky Co ., O .. says : I am continually finding ; Instances where bridge agents are working county commissioners for high-priced bridges and particularly skinning the public on culvert pipe . Commissioners dont know how , or dont care to know how to compute the weight of pipe and bridges and so . excuse the prices . The public generally , seem to be unable to comprehend the situation and are without sufficient data to make computations and ascertain the facts . Bridges and pipe are all of standard and uniform weight , and the exact weight of a bridge or piece of pipe can be ascertained by WEIGHTS OF CAST IRON CULVERT PIPE . LIGHTWEIGHT . STANDARD MIGHT . MAW WE / 6 HT . 5 , ^E rWEtGHT | WElGHT | THlCKNESSlWE ) GHX ( WEIGHT [ IHICKNES 5 I | WEIGHT WEIGHT ITHICKNESS D ? oV ™ T fSLSt . FMCTAfc PER PER 2 of : METAt pER FOOT PER 12 OF MET A L-r PIPE . FOOT , LENGTH INCHES . FOOT , LENGTH ...
THE AGRICULTURAL TRAINS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 6 April 1907
THE AGRICULTURAL TRAINS . Last week we announced the schedule of the agricultural trains that are running over the B . &amp; O . and Pennsylvania Lines In southern and southwestern Ohio this week . It has been found necessary to postpone the train that was to run over the B . &amp; O . from Chlllicothe eastward to Marietta , and from Marietta northward to ZanesvlIIe , on account of the damage done by the recent high waters . Mr . S . T . McLaughlin . General Freight Agent of the B . &amp; O . writes that about four miles of tracks were washed out between Athens and Belpre . The country roads are also in a terrible condition . This train , devoted particularly to the fruit and forestry interests , will be run next fall , at which time full announcement will be made In advance .
T . E . ORR . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 6 April 1907
T . E . ORR . We arc grieved to learn of the death of Thomas E . Orr , secretary of the American Poultry Association , well known lecturer and judge and writer on poultry , and formerly connected with the National Stockman and Farmer . Mr . Orr was a good man . He was a hard , earnest and efficient worker and was known and loved by a host of farmers and poultrymen throughout the central states . He lectured at many places In Ohio , and Judged poultry at the Ohio State Fair In 1906 . His death occurred at his home . Heaver , Pa .. March 24 , and funeral services were held at that place and at the Park Avenue Presbyterian church , Pittsburg , where he was formerly an elder and superintendent of the Sunday school . Wages . —If A employs men to work for him with the understanding that they are to receive their wages when A sells the produce they manufacture , can they compel him to pay before he sells the produce ? P . D . —As you state the question they can not compel him to pay until ...
THE WEEK . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 6 April 1907
THE WEEK . Leading Events . Central American War . —March 25 it was announced from Washington that Mexico and the United States had just joined hands in an endeavor to settle the war that has been going on between Nicaragua and Honduras for the past few weeks . A movement has been started to prevent Costa Rica , Salvador and Guatemala taking part in the imbroglio . It will be difficult to bring about any definite settlement that may be considered permanent , as it is a hard matter to make these little governments abide by their agreements . The war has been of short duration and the casualties have not been heavy . The reports of heavy losses . In an Important engagement at Choluteca last week are not borne out by later reports , and were probably not over 400 or 600 . The capture of Tegucigalpa , the Honduran capital , the defeat of the army of Honduras and Salvador and the flight of President Bonllla of Honduras practically put an end to actual warfare . Nicaragua may Install anot...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 6 April 1907
B.&amp;B. newcatalog Just issued our new Spring and Summer Catalog—160 pages of illustrations and terse descriptions with prices to enable intelligent selection . A catalog covering the thousands of lines of medium and better goods at small profit prices that made this one of the largest DryGoods Stores in the country . Catalog sent free on request to section . Thousand st y les new Madras Ginghams , 25 c to 45 c a yard . Well send samples if you wish . Rare showing at 25 c a yard—Imported and American made . BOCCS &amp; BUHL DEPT . 18 , ALLEGHENY , PA .
THE SPENCER SEEDLESS APPLE . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 6 April 1907
THE SPENCER SEEDLESS APPLE . So many inquiries are reaching me in regard to this variety of apple that I take this opportunity to inform the fruit growers of Ohio as to its merits . It has been my privilege to see it at the St . Louis Exposition , and also to see and cut and taste it several limes , at the office of the Michigan company which is located at Toledo , 0 ., where the growth and sale of these trees is being conducted in an energetic manner . It is but natural to suppose that the specimens of fruit which were grown in Colorado , and shipped to this company to assist in the sale of the trees , were not below the average , to say the least . Some of the best specimens were quite attractive in color , comparing favorably with average samples of Baldwins in this respect . In size they are medium , and in flavor they are certainly not equal to any of a dozen of the standard commercial varieties of our state , being of a firm , dry , sweetish nature . The tree is a vigorous and...
AGRICULTURE IN THE DISTRICT SCHOOL . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 6 April 1907
AGRICULTURE IN THE DISTRICT SCHOOL . Having had some experience in schools where agriculture is taught , I was interested in your editorial on the subject in a recent number of The Ohio Farmer . In Wisconsin , Elements of Agriculture is one of the subjectsincluded in the course of study for common schools and we are allowed to set aside a certain period of the day for this special work . The method « of presenting the subject is not prescribed . The lessons may be given in the form of general exercises , or as a regular recitation . I found it better to form a class including all the larger boys and girls in school and to devote one recitation period each day to the work . The lessons given are very simple , and are based on a good agricultural text book . It is not even necessary that each pupil own a book as in other studies . The teacher may have one copy to use as a guide , with one or two good reference books for the pupil s use . The recitations were simple , informal conversa...
BULLETINS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 6 April 1907
BULLETINS . Dying of Bearing Grape-vines . —Circular No . 61 of the Ohio Experiment Station is intended to call the attention of vineyard growers to a new grape-vine disease , which appears as a blight in some parts of tho state . It was first observed in Ashtabula county where a row of 17-year-old Concords wilted and died . A study of the dead plants and the behavior of plants in adjoining rows lead to the discovery of a fungus which apparently works on the woody stem , causing wilt and finally death . The investigation has only been in progress since 1905 , and the Station Invites the co-operation of all vineyard growers , In learning more of the disease and methods of combating it . A few evidences of the blight have been found in the Station vineyards , where sprayings have been thorough since the vines were set . This leads to the conclusion that Bordeaux mixture alone Is not sufficient to check the spread of the blight . The following formula Is suggested for trial In Ohio : S...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 6 April 1907
M^*£ri: : BflALLWOMEN1 fflKlSUFFER j ? j ^^ Bhsl A \ f&gt;— from the same physical disturbances , ^| I TB \ I lL ~ t a 1 , ° ua t re of their duties , in « J \ il I y Y ~ I Yli , n inV cases , quickly drift them into \ V \ I ¦&lt; J fe—SiSi 7 \ l &lt; ^ e uorrors ° f a li kinds of female / AL v ^ JS- ^ T fc ^ / iYvi complaints , organic troubles , ulceraf (^\^&amp;\ UT ^/ SM tion , falling and displacements , or / r-jjft VT / r ^ Ol fiSgy hZ ^\ i perhaps irregularity or suppression llJi—IV X / iiw £ ft / I ^ saCfT $ ^ r / r ^ ktl causing backache , nervousness , ir- ¦ ^ MJ ^ WVTV HT ^ HI 1 T ^\ I ^ 0 ^ IY-- $ / ratability , and sleeplessness . 3 k \ \ V /* v ^ £ in iT Vi ^ v ^ C ul l ^~&gt; Women everywhere should reT ^ ^ ^ ^ j ^^~^^^ _ &gt;^ y ^\ member that the medicine that holds IV *^ 5— . /^— J — ^ o Mic record for the largest number of MRS . A . M . HAGERMANN actual cures of female ills is LydiaE.PinkhamsVegetableCompound made fr...
Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 6 April 1907
HeiskellsOintment CuresSkinDiseases For half a century HeiskeH s Ointment has been used In all cases of skin disease with most gratifying results . Many have become entirely cured who had suffered untold pain and annoyance for years . One man In New Baltimore , Pa ., writes that It cured him when he was raw all over . A lady In Philadelphia cured a case of tetter of six years standing In fourteen days , while o man In Allentown , Pa ., cured his case of eczema that had troubled him for eleven years with less than two boxesof the ointment . These and hundreds of others have found that UelskeU s Ointment Is worth more than its weight In gold . Being a purely vegetable preparation , Heiskell s Ointment soothes and heals where others fail . It allays the Itching and burning common to all skin disease , and all yield quickly to its magic influence . There are many varieties of skin diseases with confusing titles , but they are all susceptible to one and the same cure—Heiskells Ointment ....
Page 17 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 6 April 1907
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