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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 June 1915
m Jr iTWw \ Write it on the film — at the time . Make every negative more valuable by permanently recording , at the time of exposure , the all important date and title . Its a simple and an almost instantaneous process with an Autographic Kodak Whatever if worth while in hind camera photography it found in the Kodak . So • iraple that thc amateur can make good pictures from the very • tart , mini dependable , non-breakable Kodak films with which the camera loads in daylight . The cameras themselves are accurate and reliable in every detail , the leniei are of tbe highest grade and the abutter ! work with a preciiion that 11 a mechanical delight . Kodak films may be developed without a dark-room or may be mailed to your finiiher—the Kodak printing proceaKS are simple in tbe extreme . Indeed [ Kodak hat come to mean •• photography with the bother left out and it s leai expensive than you think . Tbe latest Kodak feature is the Autographic idea . A little door in the back is opened an...
TH ^ -JE & M D ATOY- [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 June 1915
TH ^ -JE &amp; M D ATOY- Cow Testing Associations There is no doubt but that numerous cow testing associations formed by dairymen in various parts of the country are of great benefit to the industry . Of course , this co-operative work is more or less a new departure . The benefits to be derived from such associations are manifold . The co-operative cow testing associations are founded on the principle that a number of dairymen who are situated near each other can organize and employ a man to do their testing cheaper and more satisfactory than they can do it themselves . The most convenient association to operate is one formed of 26 members . This number permits the tester to spend one day each month at each place without having to work on Sundays and holidays . In some associations the tester furnishes his own horse and buggy and drives from place to place ; in others , each farmer takes him to the next testing place . The tester , supplied with an outfit , arrives at the h...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 June 1915
J&gt; SEEING / fflE ^ jP the Difference / U »/ SElr BETWEEN THE MDg LAVAL ifcj rl / JSA . AND OTHER ^ U-J^* Cream Separators IT DOESNT TAKE AN EXPERT THE MAN WHO TAKES EVEN I knowledge of mechanics or a long the first step indicated in seeing I working test to tell the difference for himself the difference between between the De Laval and other the De Laval and other cream cream separators . separators doesnt put his money ON THE CONTRARY WITH A into any other machine one time WIS DeLavalmachine placed be- _ £ * £ «««&amp; A ^ nT-r w « . „» side any other separator the dif- THE COMPARATIVELY PEW ference is apparent at first sight buyers of other separators are to the man who sever saw a sen- mm who merely read printed I arator before matter claims or listen to the KlSSw K ™ «»« tak it worth while to see the ^^ ^ S fSS ^&amp;&amp; difference tor themselves . ^^ H ^ 1 « . TI &amp; THE WISBBUYER OPACREAM SI ^ UKS ^^ A ^ tt ? separator today does ...
The Farmer ' s Forum [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 June 1915
The Farmer s Forum W ^ Be ^ BB ^ OTi ^ MeBi ^ lHaBaBSB . ^ . ^ The Busy Bug Question : What is the best poison • *„ destroying the potato bus ? A .. othe n bi , method of application ? ° OT , t Answer : Paris green is commonlv used , but the best poison is arsenate of lead , preferably powdered . The powder is more easily handled and cannot freeze or dry up like the paste . For large areas use 11 pounds to 50 gallons of water . Stir to the thickness of whitewash in small quantity of water before adding to the bulk of water . You can either dust or spray . Use any kind of spray pump with a fine nozzle . , — 4 »» Question : I have had trouble in n » . serving my eggs of late summer setting . Answer : Probably due to thin shells unless your preservative was not up to standard . Give enough shell forming food to the hens so that the shells will be strong and uniform in thickness . Try the preservative mentioned above . ¦ Summer Hatches OIO Onion Maggot Question : Can you tell ma a good ...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 June 1915
Suppose We Pared 1 his 1 ire Suppose this All-Weather tread—which is now department $ 100 , 000 yearly to seek out new im-double-thick—were pared to the thinness of the provements . usual anti-skid . Do you think that the grips would Our All-Weather tread—always double-thick endure and the tread endure as now ? Or would —has been made still thicker on some sixes . it resist puncture like this matchless tread ? We nave added an averse o £ li per . cent to Suppose we used—as some do—one less ply of the thickness of our Inner Tubes .. fabric . Suppose the whole tire were made lighter . And we are making our own fabric to secure Could the tire stand use or misuse as Vioodyear a |) extra 8 trermth . tires do now ? Suppose we omitted our other exclusive features : PflCC Reductions Our N ^ Rbn-Cut feature- y et we have maJe _ big price re j uctiona three Our On-AlT cure to save blowouts— , ime 8 in lwo year , # Our last—on February 1 st Our rubber rivets to combat loose treads— —brought th...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 June 1915
I . III B i mis sn is i m i ... . nil , i i TT *~^™^ mmmmmmmmmmmmm ^ mmm ~ mm ^ m ~~ mm ^~^ mmmm ~ mm ^ m *^ m . i ^~ m ~ mmm ^ m ^ mm~—mm * mm + mmmmmm —_ WS—\ W You can pick out an acetylene BuSM 3 j _ o _&amp;_ m _ u _^_ V _ l _ VB _^ BBHfljfffflffl lighted farm as far a * you can WmmmAaaaaaaBBBBaBaBBBM ErMSS ^ see it . The light streaming from the windows will be white snd fadeBJgggjg SI scribably beautiful—the big round lights in the bams will be wonderfully HH * B &gt;»^« a «« aaj brilliant Go in and look them over at dote range . ¦ You wilL in ^^ 2 n ? £ [ M ? £££ l molt cue h ^ U *• fixtures equipped to light up with thepull nwifwsuisBMipel rf . rf ,, ^ , ^ .,.. ^ . ^ . .. ^ . — ,. „ U Z ?*!! -7 . «~ S * * uiuwpuu _ . ... . Theeheetfal heosairile la etaiy oae otdMMacewlew Heats * hsaw win tall m that haiIt * . asr . ta . UMI fasswfts ( looa &gt; ol torossaelups , aad all the labor sa 4 dm 5 r /^ Ze 35 l &amp; tbei will tell yoa alsool ths dalt...
( EXPERIMENT STATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 June 1915
( EXPERIMENT STATIONS \ Reports from the ybnim Fertilizing With Ashes and Hen Manure One of the most popular questions , according to the Ohio Experimental Station , is how to use ashes and hen manure to the best advantage as a fertilizer . Many persons who use ashes and lien manure make the mistake of mixing lime . The lime will cause a liberation of a considerable part of the nitrogen in the manure , and will escape as ammonia gas . Unleached hardwood ashes should contain about S or 6 per cent of potash with 1 per cent of phosphoric acid . Potash seldom produces its full effect unless used in connection with more phosphorus than is contained in ashes . Ashes should be mixed with such such carriers of phosphorus as acid phosphate or steamed bonemeal , 250 pounds of unleached ashes and 180 pounds of 16 per cent acid phosphate would carry as many pounds of phosphoric acid and potash as would be found in 300 pounds of a 10-4 fertilizer . Ashes are about one-third lime , and the additi...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 June 1915
Prince Albert tobacco . _ . is the real joy smoke ! I , ^|^^ ff ^ iii * * 9 ( flfcu ^ mmBBBBBBBW MM \ % .. ilitKs ^ u 8 t n soon ** you smoke ^^¦ y || yi ^| B \ some Prince Albert tobacco ^^ HHHKjj | Kl in a pipe or cigarette , just ^^^^^ H ^^ KA that toon youll under- ^^^^ H ^^^^ N | stand how different it is in ^^^^ H ^^^ Hy » , flavor , in aroma and in ( ^ * % other tobacco can be like [^^^¦ pBSjMR , T / Prince Albert . The pati ^^ FiS « BRm ^^^ Bll Youcomeonandgetpipeor ^^ aJSSSSfl ^ r tob acco you want , and m ^ olGfcQ ^^ smoke as Jong as you want R . I ., who has Just passed the century mark . ... £ S 3 ^ ftS ^ SS 3 rt £ SfS without even tingling your his friendly Jimmy pipe fresh In Us mind ¦ s each moratng . Be hea always bam a Ubsral UMlgU 6 I FRINGE ALBERT the national Joy unohe gs ^ KSAi : just makes it possible for every man to re- |^^^^^^^^* Av new his love for his friendly old pipe , or to ifHSHflHB ^ get a new idea how good a hand-rolled JBgj »^ B 5 B | B ^ y cigarett...
A Trip to the Fair [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 June 1915
A Trip to the Fair ( Continued from page a ) , , mals of all different breeds on exhibition continuously . The dairy barn and the creamery will be operated , during the entire period of the Exposition and all of the operations necessary for the successful carrying on of the dairy business will be the subject of constant study and detnonstratfon . The International Egg Laying Contest for pullets , which was started last November and which ends next November proves an interest spot for many poultrymen . There are sixty pens of ten birds each competing . Included among the birds are the Tom Barron strain of White Wyandottes from Catfroth , England . . These birds are of the same strain with which Mr . Barron has already won three contests . The Oregons also among the competitors , are daughters of the three hundred and three egg per year hen and of the Oregon hen which laid 891 eggs during the past four years . Some interesting contests are scheduled along with the egg laying . Of thes...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 June 1915
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Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 June 1915
VISIT CaBfornia ^ Expositions Northern Pacific Ry and Great Northern Pacific 8 . S . Co . Um round trip lam . permitting stopovers . Dally transcontinental trains Irom Cblcaio St J urats . KsawOty , St . Paulor MlnneajSlisto North Pacific Coast Point * . . Connection , vvith stfamshlp lines or rail route tor San Francisco . Enroot * Stop al Yellowstone National Park nature s Oum World s Exposition Enter via Gardiner Gateway reached only by Northern Pacific Ry . View the strange phenomena and unequalled beauty ol wonderland . Pcjiaonattyetoortedtountoandthrousb park during the season . Send at once for Free Travel Literature aad Information and let us assist you in planning your 1915 Made In America 1 vacation . _^_^^ m am ___ \ B _ * Pf- ^ »» - X ^ M ^ LSlA ^ S ^ cTpTA ^^ gTilorSern ^ iiK R ™ St Paul , Minn . Please tend me information and literature relative to Expositions and Yellowstone National Bark . Nap * - Addre— m m _^ s * m ^ tlhaep . poultry , rabbits , horses s « r ^ catt...
POULTS [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 June 1915
POULTS jfabiag the Hen Productive Past experiments have long ago derided that the hen should average from JS to 180 eggs per year . In other words produce sue times her own eight annually . . The average is , howl er the exception to , the rule . The Ihortage in production is most probably L to the fact that the majority of Hocks are left to literally scratch for hemselves . At least , insufficient attenion is paid to the feeding of flocks . The hen has to produce food and also fulfill the function of reproduction almost every day in the year . To do this it is essential that the feeding of the flock should be reduced to a science and that the poultryman be familiar with food values and the balancing of rations . There is no one best method of feeding hens to produce eggs , but there are a few fundamental principles that must be followed , no matter what method is used . Hens must have congenial surroundings to respond readily to scientific methods of feeding ; in other words , they...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 June 1915
¦ Try-a-bag of fertiliser . Our brands are soluble and active , and not only increase yield , but Improve quality and hasten maturity . Agents wanted . Address American Agricultural Chemical Co ., Cleveland , Cincinnati , Detroit or Baltimore . —Adv .