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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

Send Your Livestock To J. P. WARFEL INC Union Stock Yards Lancaster, Pa. We sell on commission, CATTLE, CALVES, HOGS, SHEEP and LAMBS Phone Lancaster 7-8811

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

Stanley H. Deiter Auctioneer and Appraiser 1906 Willow Si Pike PH. LANCASTER 4-1796

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

Carl Diller Auctioneer and Cow Tester Refton, Pa. Ph. Quarryville307R5

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

PUBLIC SALE _MarchT~20, at 1 p. m. along Route 472, 2 miles southeast of Quarryville. 20 Registered and Grade Holsteins and Guernsey cows. Herd is blood tested, Bang accredited and most were calf hood vaccinated. 1 registered Guernsey Bull 20 months old. By Melvin C. Boyce. Kersey Bradley, auct. Classified Advertising Rates Use This Handy Chart To Figure Your Cost Words (1) Issue (3)Issues 20 (Min.) $1.00 $2.40 21 1.05 2.52 22 1.10 2 64 23 1.15 2.76 24 1.20 2.88 25 1.25 3.00 KEYED ADS (Ads with answer coming to a Box Number, % Lancaster-Farming): 25c additional. Send copy to the Classfied 'Advertising Dept, LANCASTER FARMING, Quarryville, Pa. Ads running 3 or more consecutive times with no change billed at 4c per word each time with 80c minimum. DEADLINE: Wednesday morning of each week's publication. Positively no ads accepted after 10:00 a. in. "Wednesdays. Mail Box Market FOR SALE.— Old Stone Mansion with brick garage and 4 room apartment, along Susquehanna River, reasonable. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

Classified Advertising FOR SALE RESRATTUS WARFARIN bait (rough grind) 1 pound box 098 5 pound box 325 at your dealer or J. C. _Bhirlioh Co 736 E Chestnut St. Lancaster, Pa. 3-2489 3-0309 Free delivery _aaiyWhare in Lancaster County. SALISBURY'S 3-NITRO in your poultry, turkey, and swine feed gets you more meat, eggs and health for less. Cost 35c to 70c per top. Not an antibiotic. Look on your feed tags and ask your dealer, or F. W Fisher, Leacock, Ph. Leola 6-2482. FARM EQUIPMENT —A-C Model "B" Tractor with polw & Cuhvator. Bargains in other tractors. Snavely_'s Farm Service. New Holland. Ph 4-2214 MUSSER Chicks Mt. Joy 3-4911 Bred to lay well thruout 2nd yr —172 acre farm 1st class condition, $65,000 W. C. Humes RES Atglen Pa Phone LYnc 3-5268. _Breuninger _Realtor. * DUNCAN'S USED FURNITURE Antiques, glass ware and oil lights, Beds, Dressers, Wash stands, cedar chest and other household items. We also buy. Call Quarryville 376R6. Lancaster 39503 Route 222 New Provide...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

FARM FOR SALE April 1st Possession-Near Elizabethtown. —113 Acre Dairy-Steer & Tobacco farm frame bank barn; 18 stanchions with barn cleaner (Approved for N. Y. Market) Milk house-40 gal. elec H. W. heater & Wash tray, hog pen-room for 400 laying hens overhead poultry house-600 laying hens-concrete floor & running water, tobacco shed-hang 3 acres (barn scaffolded for, 3 acres) total 6 acres brooder house fifty feet long-concrete floor-running water four car garage-overhead doors-frame implement shed trench silo with 4" concrete floor, 11-0 wide x 80-0 long two metal, corn cribs-hold 1800 bu. each-ear corn never failing spring fed stream in meadow, macadam lane into buildings, 80 acres under cultivation-309 acres meadow-3 acres woodland contoured with three terraces. Two and one half story frame house-insulated, four rooms down; four rooms and bath on second floor, front and rear stairs; vapor heat with oil burner, redecorated recently; cellar floor concre...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

SUBSCRIBER'S BONUS Subscribe Now to Lancaster Farming and receive FREE one advertisement each month in our Mail Box Market Subscriber! using the MAIL BOX MARKET will be governed by the following rules : _^ Limit your advertisement to five lines which means not over 25 words. it All Advertisements must be in bar hands by Monday 6 P. M or same will be held over for next week's paper. _^C Only one advertisement allowed each month. _^f No bu siness advertisements accepted for this column, -_^r Yon are allowed to rnn the _advertisement only one time-Send in no duplication. •_jf Please mail all advertisements care of MAIL BOX MAR KET, LANCASTER FARMING, QUARRYVILLE, PA. !

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

SURE DIDN'T Officer — Where have you Yeoman — Well, it grew on b8 _t n? r. «. u • the Government's time, didn't it? Yeoman — Getting my hair ,..,, cut Officer — Not all of it. Officer — On the Government's Yeoman — Well, I didn't get time? aU of it cut, either.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

Hybrid Tomato Seed Production Cost Cut Drastically by Self-Sterle Line Progress Report No. 35 — Pennsylvania. Agriculture Expeiiment Station? The Pennsylvania State University, Univeisity Park, Pa. Drastic cuts in the costs of producing hybrid tomato seed aie indicated in the -development of a self-stei lie lme with an unusually 'long style on the blossom Specimens of the plants beaung the extiuded style were originally selected in genetic matenals at the Pennsylvania agricultuial experiment station in 1951 by Dr B L Pollack Since that time. Di Pollack has le-selected plants beaung this character so that the style protrudes about a quarter-inch beyond the blossom, wheieas the original tomato plants had extrusion? of only a thirty-second to a sixteenth of an inch Greenhouse, Field Trials In addition, Dr Pollack has grown the special materials for three years in both gieenhouse and held _tnals to definitely fix the character Eaiher work in sterile lines showed wide variations ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

Latest on Turkey _Feeding Edged in the Checkerboard that identifies Ralston-Purina, the" stage was set for latest news and tips on turkey production when Ralston-Purina dealers convened recently at the American Legion Home in Palmyra, Pa. This was one of three Keystone State meetings sponsored by the St Louis firm to bring dealers and friends up-to-date on the newest in production, management and marketing.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

LETTER TO THE KU11UK_* * ** ¦ t MORE FROM EPHRATA EPHRATA — Enclosed find $100 for which send me Lancaster Farming. We received it today, so that is what called it to my attention. — Mrs Ira Bolhnger FOR MAIL BOX TOO EPHRATA — Enclosed find one dollar for charter subscription to Lancaster Farming, also ' an adveitisement for Mail Box Market ' — Mrs Henry G Rutt

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

"If frozen food of high quality is to be expected, then a freezer should be constructed to hold and maintain constant temperatures low enough to preserve the quality in that food" he said. Thus far, operational costs, including the electrical energy, have been less with continuous running than with the normal cycling methods, Professor Nicholas reports

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

Expect to MAKE MONEY n you buy r chicks: >* \*<_K _>* _-«vS a; a- » _: ° _^ _Sfe_.v_^ ° s ?'«^ AN EXTRA PULLET CHICK EXPECT TO MAKE 4CK TO 6O« PER If you are interested in chicks with bred-in ability to lay far better than average—and make more money —please come in and check our records. Our strain is capable of laying 200 eggs per bird a year—often more. This is at least 20 eggs a pullet more than the U. S. average. With eggs figured at only 2j' apiece, you stand to make 40( : to 60_^ per chick more than you can get with chicks of average breeding. »

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

Keystone Leghorns STRAIN CROSS _»_w»««,_^_rr _? .r- 7 . _^ _^ J x _^S — T~ _<-*! J. -fr > 7ZK~~* "Notice the alert, aggressive appearance of our young breeding stock" * BETTER CHICK LIVEABILITY * EARLY LARGE EGG SIZE * CHALK WHITE EGGS * SUSTAINED HIGHER PRODUCTION * LOWER HEN HOUSE MORTALITY Pennsylvania U. S. Approved Pullorum - Typhoid Clean WRITE FOR NAMES OF SATISFIED CUSTOMERS IN YOUR AREA Keystone bZ_^ Farm 43 Old Mill Road EPHRATA. FA. PHONES: Hatchery 3761 1 - Farm 3-6179 ?_W r-j-_^ _WV

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

When you order your chicks, be sure to put in your order for Purina Chick Startena and Sanitation Products to help you give them a fast, healthy start Come in soon. . "URINA . sanitation products PURINA CHICK _STARTENP S. H. Hiestand Salunga H. S. Newcomer Mt. Joy Wenger Bros. Rheems John Hess II New Providence John B. Kurtz Ephrata James Hig Gordonville J. H. Reitz Millway Warren Sickman Pequea Snader's Mill Mt. Airy John Hess Vintage B. F. Adams Bird-in-Hand J. Fred Whiteside Kirkwood m m - _« m u ¦ _" ¦ ¦ ¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦_% '

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

Remodled Dairy Barns on Tour At West Chester Seventeen Southern , Chester County dairy farms were-included in a tour Tuesday and Wednesday to give dairymen a chance to see how neighbors solved their barn remodeling problems. _ Joe Nageofcte, extension dairy specialist from Penn State, was on hand to describe remodeling at each farm and to answer questions Chester County Agent Robert A. Powers, Jr, advised Lancaster Farming 45 turned out for the Tuesday tour, and throughout the meetings were of great value to those participating On the schedule were the Charles T. _Wollaston Farm on the Toughkenamon- Landenberg Road, a remodeled bank farm for a herd of 30 cows; the Edwin Paschall Farm, just northeast of Toughkenamon, expanded floor space in bank barn, with future plans discussed; the Lawrence Waltman Farm at Jennerville, a new 60-stanchion barn where 15 cows may be released with the flip of one lever_, where silage is fed from a selfunloading wagon driven _through_, the'feed'...

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