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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 April 1909
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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 April 1909
All harness leather needs I an occasional oiling and H blacking , and I EUREKA IHarness Oil fl is best for the purpose . IS There is no acid quality flH about it and it cannot UH become Tancid . Eureka AH penetrates deep into the flfl leather and stays there to HH resist the rotting effects of MMM wet and weather . ^ ae l __ J Eureka Harness Oil . __ VM % TkVAsM \ noosXOQa vi * rt . /( j _ % . wB—Wt —Wim The v Universal ^ feJBaltivator fThe LaHsf Avery Has a—\ Special Features ta AStntabl . arch . Balaam tnan , Aaearale Dealk neajaslatan Willi Oaaatoa Sprfaao . All this la addition to the feature * which yean ago made Avery CuWnlori famous , including - 0 T 5 y ^ , a *« -M w * , r « Sri « aa , eel Tmnisrs . • awelal Ska * . Shamla , ci .. grirr Avery has H » • ajputatloa of Goiaf In , Basy Handling and ! . ««¦ Sarrloe . ItpayalaknovATOvCtlltlTatora . FmcauloK tellsill . Writ . lor It . AVBRV OO . IfakanclComCrawliii . •• teara ¦ tre . t StaMn Wj « ln «; an i KORI * . ILUHOM -TIliaab...
1 THE FARM VETERINARY m if M [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 April 1909
1 THE FARM VETERINARY m if M TREATMENT 70 S BOO SPAVIN A bog spavin is produced by oversecretion of synovial ( joint ) water as a result of an irritated condition of the synovial membrane . Owing to the peculiar arrangement of the hock joint , and the impossibility of keeping the parts at rest , it is difficult to apply medicine that will afford much relief in ordinary cases . Pressure gives the most prompt relief , especially when applied in connection with some good absorbing liniment , but it is very difficult to secure pressure when liniments are used , because the parts soon become much irritated . The Farmer s Tribune suggests the following , which , it says , many reliable veterinarians use with success : Draw off the extra synovial and then inject about one-half to three-fourths of a dram of tincture of iodine between the skin and the synovial sack . This should be injected at four points : at two points on the outside and at two on the inside of the leg . This will produce ...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 April 1909
FARM * ° S- £ r ** PRESS n A$ 5000 . DAN PATCH Comlrlerarion and Opaatoaa ^ aiaM . Stoelmra or l ^ away aad ALSO Drawing ftujlag Hairs Ta Be Cs—tel sad sla » suttai easy conditions . hM t !! aaj asm tshfiOM t ^ Tr arca teSai AU &amp; Jam . Tore * Fatraf olam Warn We &gt; SAYAuLW aSHMPHHi MMMama * DANKTCH 1 : 55 / Hsfl a ¦ ¦ ¦¦ ¦ % H m * m _\ ^ m 4 r m ** Thtantwi-fchmol Du fetch 1 ^ ^ # IrtamftiiMtiA mtiltag Free Coupon or by witttoj want , 4 * Binu *««*« s *» a **»*»*»** n « ttti i ¦ ¦•• !••• •• Moa-CMMfe Ltttof or FoKal tftrrlrforlay . _ A W-tnV - ^ AA 1 »»» M- W - SAVAGE , Owner , V — — ROT , U JC , _ W Mtamwolta . Mtan-oto j * * - ^ . DAN PATCH _^ T aAOO &amp; aawun of tateirasdcnal Stock Food Co . ilnterruuonsl Stock Pood Farov « TT SnilVFHIB _ t «*^^ . ^ M « flM | ^ g | ^^ , g __ , nam JHMLet Me Pay the Postage on » ^¦ My Big ! Free Buggy Book to You I- ^ __^ am _ W Though these books cost me 8 c each for postage alone , yet 111 gladly send yon one free...
IT PATS TO HAVE GOOD ROADS [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 April 1909
IT PATS TO HAVE GOOD ROADS Return Enormous Interest on Capital Invested in Them . THE building of good roads is having a beneficial effect on the development and prosperity of the United States . From a small beginning the states have become gridironed by highways where once there were only a few old-fashioned turnpikes , x In revolutionary times there were more . trails than roads . Following the advice of George Washington at the beginning of the nineteenth century , the statesmen of the country earnestly advocated the construction of a great national highway over mountains and plains to accommodate the people who were flocking irom the South and East and from foreign shores to settle in the West . Congress in 1802 passed laws providing that part of the money received from the sale of Western lands should be devoted to the building of a much needed highway that should extend from Maryland to the Mississippi River , which was then considered the extreme western boundary of the Unit...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 April 1909
J^ iSia ^ W^^ J - FXI A _______ S T „* . T- — . —l ™ r*—y PUBLISHED MOltTHtV BV FARM PRESS PUBLISHING CO . 164 Ohio St ., CHICAGO , ILL . Entered as Second-Class matter Dec . io . 1906 at the Post office at Chicago , 111 . underact of Maxell ji , &amp; p . TERMSi Sakeerlptlenl « cents a year . Five Years * Subscrlpttoni | i . oo . Resalttaaeea- Seiidmoneytafcewarm ^ site s ^ eonnalenTTiSdresstothe » AR » t FUSS , 1 * 4 fc . Ohio St , Chicago . Renewals ! Each subscriber Is noBSedby »«««« __ * . , •?; reratoofhliwbscriptlon . Heshould aotlf / as at *»•&gt;» aesUeYhis neper dlscoatlnuedi otherwise we would assume that he wishes the paper sndwIUpsy when convenient , Chance of Address * . Subscribers desiring change of address should give old is well as new residence . Please write plainly .
THE FARMERS'FORUM [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 April 1909
THE FARMERSFORUM A HINT TO TBE WISE , &lt; lii ( ir Farm Press : So much advice is given the farmer In-f days that I will only give you a lioiiKht to smoke in your pipe while you iv r . sling liy the great cozy fire out of * In iiild March winds . Put your mind on ny hint just as you have done on that : 1 dinner , and digest all together . It ! • ; ilpout your horses . While you ate more lini was good tor you , did the poor old IT -i out in the barn get half enough ? Don t get cross now , or your dinner will iKisrce with you , that will make you bttiis , and may finally call for a doctor s ill So things go , life runs in links , and umlness is the very best in a strong life rain , while unkindness is the weakest in i P r one . Being from the country my- ! , lf . it distresses me to see the bags of ¦ iii s many farmers drive to town . Is li &gt; meant for you ? Is your horse nearly fvinjr in sight of acres of corn and hay ? 1 ¦¦»! this the poorest of all the farmers T...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 April 1909
ORCHARD AND GARDEN THE VALUE OF FRUIT By H . A . Franklin Fruit is a great luxury as well as necessity , but few farms have fruits in either variety or abundance . I know of large farms that produce grains and live stock a-plenty , but the families live from one year to the next with just the little fruit that happens to grow wild in the fencecorners or in some old slashing . It is difficult to understand people living in that way . Fruit trees are so cheap and they are so easily grown that an outlay of $ 10 in cash and as much more « n labor would buy and plant , besides trees , vines and bushes enough to supply a dozen families with all the fruit they could use the year round . PeachTtrees may be bought for from six to ten cents each , and a tree can be planted in fifteen or twenty minutes . If given the proper care it will commence to bear in three years and continue to bear for a dozen years or more . While apple trees are a little slower in fruiting , they more than make up for...
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 April 1909
Road Wagon Runabout . , sta ** . t—fCS ___ n —i BmaB * 3 _^_ VJtlt % ^__ atf a _ W Wjf —mamsm ^^ Msmm— ^ flXs ^ B ^ BBeBBBBBslaBrJ aTaTaaBBBBBaaW Jts . Y *«^^^ MtM ^ Ba ^ Bawam ^^^^^ M ^^^ MI ^ Kel ^ MammsJlTm ^ ar TAKE YOUR ^ H ^^^^^ IV fS *™ Time antf \ PEN IN HAND vMHHRi ? FreghtCharge 8 and write for any or all of UmmmMmmmW ^^^ ml •* ~* l £ ! E . bu *?! e i . ? r , f t these interesting free books : W ^ wMfWWmmm &amp;_ 2 ! SS !_&amp; I __ Onr latest Vehicle Catalogue , describing and Illustrating Krao , jjf / rf . 1 % , iUffis ! more tban 80 styles of the best buggies and vehicles ever M &lt; M Omaha , Neb . ! offered at prices $ 20 . 00 to $ 35 . 00 lower than their equal can be Milwaukee * . Wis . ! arand purchased elsewSere . __ S-l \^ jL - __ S t 1 V !_ M l Our Catalogue of Farm Wagons , Trucks , and Business BSffilo . N . Y !? Albany ! Wagon * , illustrating and describing fifty styles in the best , fi !^* % EvanUuii * iSl most practical , most durab...
Page 14 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 April 1909
4 % ¦ ares Reid s Yellow Dent . VAIIatl mZaWam Funks Yellow Dent . UECU Will Improved Learning w — — * and other prize win . ning . large yielding varieties best suited to din belt ; 130 bu . per acre . Sold on approval . Sear ) for Cat . J . 0 . WMSHIP , • • Putnam , III . FREE ! FREE ! FREE ! Big Catalogue of the ^ -naaaw CAPITAL . m _____ f __ i \ Ctt and Gasoline ¦ H ^^ HLJ ^^* r m ^ m ^ m __ W Ask for our special \ _^_^_ WF half-price proi &gt;&lt;&gt; - mmmm— a ^ jou on the 3 , 4 , 5 and 6 h . p . engines . On the market 14 years . Any size . C . H . A . DISSINGER &amp; BRO . CO . Wrightsvllla , Pa .
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 April 1909
VPut This Stove in m * Your Kitchen M ^ M It is wonderfully c ^ r \ J ___^ _^_^_^_^_ j J g _\ ^ kW do vHJHHfHHHHH sanLM ^ M kitchen work on a \||[ _(___ * _ Sl ^ h , \ m \ ^ M stove that s ready \ w . * fg | j | 1 w 11 B at * -h e instant wanted , fM \ j §| p 4 x _ ff j _\ U and out of the way the lam a /¦ V moment you re done . _ J _ M \ J M ^ 3 _ W ^ 3 S \ W % * _ r M Such a stove is the New M __ , ^^^ \ H 3 / fiT Perfection Wick Blue JBF 7 f _ ~ _ i j „ rSfeP ^ . Flame Oil Cook-Stove . ^ S / lffl PBsr By using it you avoid the K ^ Ljfc =-=-fr yj _\ j &amp;? I continuous overpowering / f ~^ Z - ^_____ m _^_ - ~ JSsT I heat of a coal fire and cook if \ 7 \ j | J | I with comfort , even in dog- \\ U \ / \ I L- NEWPHffECnON JWick KMFlame Ofl Cook-Stove Iis so constructed that it does not add perceptibly »* e heatof a room . ¦ It differs from all other oil stoves in its substantial CABIN it I l ur , BM tf ^| with shelf for warming plates and keeping cooked food m | II hot , an...
poro [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 April 1909
poro A GOOD POULTRY HOUSE The accompanying cuts give a good idea of how to build a plain , practical poultry house suitable for a farm where from fifty to a hundred fowls are kept . The perspective view shows a plain , single-boarded house , made of matched stuff and covered with felt roofing paper . The same kind of paper covers the roof and sides , and it is so well put on that it is air-tight at the joints as well as everywhere Wise except the doors and windows . Both windows are covered with cotton instead of being fitted with glass . In summertime the cotton is removed and air has free access through screens , but no air can enter the house from any other way unless you want to leave the door open . The plan is twenty feet square . The house may be single , as shown in the plan , or it may be made forty feet , sixty feet or eighty feet long and divided into twenty foot apartments , each apartment similar in plan and furnishings . The plan shows the way in which the house is con...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 April 1909
Get My (Book Before I atjt Too Late For W Chicken Time _ Wa Johnson saysi Dont delay too late—betm ^ w tier hurry up and send your name . lt * s WW most May time . My Big Poultry Book ls Mf better then ever—every page ol 200 sad every W photograph out of over 1200 a poultry lessee . n » , _ Iust find out about VOld Trusty Incubator HVoverlOO . OOOInuse . 40 . 60 cr 90 Days * Trial , Baa tor 3 Hatches . ^^ a » vgasnnanjeaniBnnni _ mi 0- \ aTGu ** _^_^_^_^_^___ m ^ B * w antee . 7 Sper B ^ B ^ B * BmvB ^ BmvB ^ BmvB ^ amvMvBi cent betterREflB ^^^^^^^^ HTB hatches guaran . ^^^^^^^^^^^^ BSETL • ed . Dont pay two ^^^^*^ H ^^^* M | aj t BB prices—my price Is Wm — samml ^ BmatSBk under J 10 complete ¦ ¦ ^ _ T **™* readytonatch , sent | I | .. v-a _ ¦ ¦ promptly , freight I I • lOABMa ¦ ¦ prepaid east oi the ! P FafS I I Rockies . Get my ¦ , »_ j _ ie ¦ *• Big . Free Book . ¦ IBS freight ¦ I . M . Johnson M . . _ , _ I ijbail » Mhnj ^ layXgJ * M »^ m i—World s Record —| __ M _&amp; ...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 April 1909
APRIL . 1909 GOOD ROOFING CHEAP We eliminate themlddlemansprofit and A save you 50 * on Rooflnsc . Best Roof- A _ ins ever sold at theae prices : ^ AU l » lycoaj » atta , aerlM » a , « . II . U A ^ M 2 plycn « plets , perlMsq . t- *••&gt;• A ^_^ « ply coapM , per 1 M «!¦&lt;(¦ U . M ^ A ^ A ^ AM We g-oarantee satisfaction or ^ RRfl ^ l money refunded . For further JbtjJ ^^| information , address s &gt; lMHiWBa PFE 1 FFER R 00 HN 0 * SUPPLY CO . EF 1 ^* 1 M 2 l 8 USalkSI .. Chlcaio l * j lf 8 LIW • 190 FOR THIS BEAUTIFUL * IH 8 Marble Tombstone ^^ H ^ l Lettered exactly as illustrated . . HHHvni More than 600 other kinds , styles mH and sizes In granite and _ mmmw M * _\ marble at $ 3 . 60 to 1385 . 00 . ga ^ HH If you want tne best In B _^_^_^_ M stonaeraft at directBBBBBBBBBM fimn-tlie ^ uariy prloeg , MMMMmwMW write for our Tombstone Catalogue Ito . 481 E . SEARS , ROEBUCK tt CO , Chicago Oont Tlirtai Rto » 8 iZ _^___^__ U __ WUm \ __ o 0 S ^ 1 _ i _^_^ B 9...