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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907

IYouGetMoreI IHarvestProfitsI IIfHarvestFindsYouReadyI * T * 0 get all the profits possible out of your excellence o £ all its splendid equipment in these I proposition with you . By owning and operating its own coal and It needs no argument to prove that iron mines , its own smelters and steel mills , and you can not be sure of all the harvest returns— its own timber and saw mills , the International no matter how favorable the outlook—unless you Harvester Company is enabled to select the best have made full and effective preparations before wood and steel that forests and mines afford . breakdowns and delays due to inefficient ma- With such advantages of increased resources , chines—is the harvest that yields every cent of its nothing but the best of material need be accepted , value to you . And it is easy to see how machines can be imThe vital point then is your harvesting ma- proved in a degree not attainable in any other chines . You can not afford to take chances on it . way—...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
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I THE DAIRY I [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907

I THE DAIRY I ARE THE DAIRYMEN CULPRITS ? Seemingly aa often as once a week the Cleveland dailies contain scare articles , usually emanating from the health office , decrying the dangerous ( from the Health Office standpoint ) character of the milk sent in from the country , and tracing the origin of most of the disease outbreaks to the milk . These men of science tell of the very filthy condition of the milk . One comparison was that the milk contained more germs to the C . C . than the sewerage of the city , and then , that the great white plague was propagated from the milk , as one-fourth of the cows contributing milk to Cleveland were affected with tuberculosis , in greater or less degree . All this official proclamendo is based on very little foundation fact . Two days before the recent United States milk exhibit in Cleveland , there was a half column of horrible revelations (?) about the unhealthfulness of the city ml . k , emenating from the Health office , and yet at that e...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907

IdtwreMer J | W mmmmmmm fT * y 0 U Can increaso vollr butter production f ^^^ m _ without auy increased cost or any more work k- ^ M J-t rf wont it pay you to do it ? And if you can get M W M m ^ ^ J more butter from you milk with Ices W W M M ^ m ^^ work , that will be still better , wont it ? ^ AW m M Af ^ m Tnat 9 exactly what you can do if you M V MV ¦ l # il ^§ w ^ ° as ^ R LIIITIXG did—buy a Sharplea Tubular Separator . Here s f what he says about the Tubular : Randolph . Nebraska . Feb . 15 th . 1906 . ,. w . ( & ntl ? me fl : ~ 9 n . the Zfrd day of January . 1906 , I took a No . 4 Sharpies Tubular Separator on trial . On learning that I was in the market for a cream separator , the agent for the disc style bucket bowl separator brought one to my farm and requested me to give it a trial before making a purchase . After giving both machines a fair trial . I concluded to keep the Tubular as I consider it far superior to the other machine . It skims closer , runs ea...

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907

QIMPORTANCEOFBUYINGE ICREAMSEPARATORSg THROUGHLOCALAGENTS.1 This heading voices a most important consideration in the purchase of a Cream Separator , and points a most serious objection to the purchase of such a machine by the mall order method , HPfl even if good separators wore sold In that way . BM K ^ H While the train Separator is a simple machine when once un- Bkj derstood , It is nevertheless of the greatest possible importance that it be set up and started Just right , and that the user have the brief personal use Instruction necessary In its handling and operation . If not It may mean several years of difference ln the life of the machine and a good many dollars of difference in the results from Its use . Then , no matter how carefully used , things do happen even to Kr * M the best of separators . It makes a lot of difference if you have a P § MmMI competent man near at hand to tell you jusl what is wrong and ____ how to fix It . It makes even more difference to be able to...

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[ HORTICULTURE ] [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907

[ HORTICULTURE ] l HOW TO MAKE A GOOD LAWN . BX I ~ B . PIERCE , SUMMIT CO ., O . ( Continued from first page . ) done in late autumn or winter it would cost scarcely nothing . I know of several very satisfactory lawns which were not plowed and no attention paid to uniformity of depth of soil . One very flne lawn which has stood the test of a dozen years uses and constant mowing was made wholly by a common laborer with a wheelbarrow , spade and hoe . It had been an ordinary , level field , and was done by the paring process , taking a little off here and spreading It there , then scratching a little with a rake and scattering the lawn grass seed . The owner was an invalid who got around in a wheel chair . He had taste and skill in landscape work and wished a lawn on which he could wheel himself about and supervise the planting of the borders with rare and costly specimens . I am not advising this plan in the forming of new lawns but it can be successfully followed HO . 3 . A STEEP B...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907

ft I fl _ P fl » nd WINE PRESSES II B U , andCRINDERS . *¦ >¦¦»*¦¦¦ THE O . J EMENY CO ., ^^^^^^~~^^~ Siicors to EMPIRE STATE SCREW PRESS CO ., Fulton , N . Y ., Box B 7 . Send ( or Free CaUIos ; . Ci * rr ) f > r Trees and Plant , that are grown on SJIUCI tnohlgh h , n , of Coshocton Co ., and you will get stock with plenty of fibrous roots . Wo have a nice line of Fruit and Ornamental Trees , Plants and Vines . Catalpa and Locust also . Write catalog . TIVERTON NURSERIES . Box B . Tiverton , 0 . UjStesfc The Best Strawberries iW ** * C »* J $ W \ grow from Farmers plftiits . Introducer of tfc ^ * JziM ^ Oswego etrowberry and Plum Farmer 1 W && mm \ T rosiiberry . Fruit plants , nit kinr ! . « . Calalop iJfMBJ * free . L . J . Farmer , Box TlS . Pulftski , K . Y . Peach $ 2 ; Apple trees $ 4 par 100 . AH other fruit * and berry plant * cheap . Tobaeco , be * t fertilizer , for iprnyiOK planti , to kill lico ind tick * on animal * . Scal...

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The Knock-out Blow . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907

The Knock-out Blow . The blow which knocked out Corbet * was a revelation to the prize fighters . From the earliest days of the ring the knock-out blow was aimed for the Jaw , the temple or the jugular vein . Stomach punches were thrown ln to worry and Weary the fighter , but If a scientific man Had told one of the old fighters that the most vulnerable spot was tho region of the stomach , hed have laughed at him for an ignoramus . Dr . Pierce Is bringing hone to the public a parallel fact ; that thq stomach ! Is the most vulnerable organ out of \ he prhw ring as well as In It •We protect bur hevtis , throats , feet and lungs , but theNrWrKioh \ ve are utterly Indifferent to , until disehijKfinds the solar plexus and knocks us out . Make your stomach sound nnd strong ; by the use of Doctor ol p ___ rce _ s __ . _ . r-n _ Modical Jjiscovcry . an __ you urotectvourself in your most yulnert _ j _[_ j SDOt . (} QldP . n Mprlipill TWn ..-er y a cures weak stomach , Indigestion , or dyspep...

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907

^|wpi;miaai»i /? $ 3 m ^ BmSmmi $ &{& Ive sold many Wjr orV ^ H > ^» c-harus . Consequently I / v : . ii ] MtTsSmt fenow what varieties are !« ¦« . * ¦ - & 9 bestadapted to your soli I- ¦* ¦ -. H o « fl aml climate . My stock fnV ¦ ; . Ha _ fe- ^ H <______ > eludes all the money-mak-v / ^ i mmW ers—fancy and common vax ?* ffP ^^^ fMmW rleties . They arc w e IIJNJ . | iv crown , carefu . lv packed , ^^ ¦ WWr ^^ fuHy guaranteed . I pay freight . ^^ r Free catalog of ornamental and fruit ^ F trees , sbrnbs . ete . C . A . MaxaoTi , Mgr . Michigan y Nursery & Orchard Co ., Kalamazoo , Mlchj . sf *\ n We nre dealers in and mmmmmmmam 11 jre-cieaneraof all klnda TmmT V J of Garden and Furm Seedi , PPH m . I oporatintr Power Cleaner * . rrll m I We carry in Rtock all kind * L . 1 __ , U ¦ m ] of CloTert , Timothy , Light — - — m . [ QrUf , He 0 . awii and Pasture —¦¦ - — I ^^ P J Mixtures , a . Uo seed Oats , f...

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907

O if the soil is not in prime condition . A poor , meagre soil may cause W ^ «| l | the loss of a large share of your seasons work , when a little fore * V ffiji sight in the beginning may mean a two- or even three-fold crop . \ jflfl Many farmers make the mistake of relying entirely on barnyard RS | I manure to re-Invigorate the soil , season after season . Barnyard ma- | Kwll nure is all right and should be used , but ln connection rWil with it there should be used a liberal quantity of our _ ^ H . ^ 1OHIOFARMERSrETllZERm Vjr There are a large number of brands , each suited to a ^ 4 ° V ^ * X / %# particular soil or crop . They are all carefully compound- g ] I / ^ S II ed after formulas furnished by the experts in our own 1 / / !/ II Laboratory . This Department is at the service of every II j Jin . II / ^^ CDCC Tlli ! pocket memorandum j « 5 f ? pl ^|^^^ *» ¥ * % * 3 ;* ff I l | I booii c . onlBin ng valuable in- l ___«_ jff | 6- j ft M M B ulas , and with many blank pages lor m...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907

WE GUARANTEE to stop THE OHIO FARMER Immediately upon expiration of time subscribed for , and we will pay all expenses for defending any suit brought against any subscriber 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 , tell him to notify the publishers that you refuse to accept them , and you send us due notice before suit Is started . Avoid future trouble by refusing to subscribe for any farm paper which does not print , in each issue , a definite guarantee to stop on expiration of subscription . The Lawrence Pub . Co ., Cleveland , O .

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THE FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE H . M . CO . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907

THE FARMERS CO-OPERATIVE H . M . CO . This concern has issued a pamphlet , the object ot which is to counteract the testimo » y taken by deposition at Springfield , and additional testimony , published in our columns . It publishes the Warning - ot The Ohio Farmer , the letter sent by Mr . Whitely to Mr . Lawrence , the Rath bun letter , copy of Mr . Bradfutes letter of resignation , resolutions passed by the stockholders , the petition filed at beginning of the suit against The Ohio Farmer , copies of the tickets for directors voted on at the annual election of 190 G , and finally , a statement in reply to recent utterances of Ohio Farmer . The latter is the only part we have any occasion to notice . It occupies nearly three pages , and contains nothing but mere assertions , denials , and denunciations—no proofs , no testimony whatever . One of its as sertions is that The Ohio Farmer took up a cause unsolicited , the effects of which would materially help the trusts and combines . ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907

ESTABLISHED 1848 THE LAWRENCE PUBLISHING CO . EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS . GZNEBAI . OFFICE , 201-200 ST . CLAIR Ave ,, N . E . CLEVELAND . OHIO . NEW YORK OFFICE , 726 Tempi Court Bids . CHICAGO OFFICE , 1 T 3 B First Nat . Bank Bide . DETROIT . Mich ., OFFICE . 39-15 Congress St .. W . MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE . 529 Andrus Bide . SEATTI . I { . Wnsli .. QKFIc : E , 2 ll rVoplo sS . uli . ni . lg . JI . J . LAWRENCE President M . W . LAWRENCE Vice-President M . L . LAWRENCE Secretary P . T . LAWRENCE Treasurer W . E . WILLIAMS -. W . I . CHAMBERLAIN / . „ --.., » JOHN F . CUNNINGHAM >¦ f _ u _„ HARRIET MASON I fcditor .. A . J . ANDERSON J TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Three Years , 156 __| i R . __ i $ 1 . 50 TWO YEARS , 104 Copies to one person $ 1 . 20 One Year , 52 75 Cents Six Months . 26 40 We guarantee to stop sending paper when the time tor which It is paid has expired , so that , to avoid missing any numbers , all should renew promptly . Always send money by draft , postoffice m...

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AN AGRICULTURAL TRAIN . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907

AN AGRICULTURAL TRAIN . ( Editorial Correspondence . ) Arragements , Schedules , Etc . — It was my pleasure and good fortune to be with the second agricultural-lecture railway train ever run ln Ohio . Tuesday , April 2 it left Columbus on the B . & O . S . W ., a finely equipped and finely managed train consisting of engine , baggage car for supplies , two day coaches and one elegant combination diner and sleeper . One day coach was fitted up at the end with samples of corn in the ear , good and bad , with charts , devices for testing seed corn , etc .. etc ., for illustrating the brief lectures on corn . The other day coach was fitted up with similar Illustrative appliances for the alfalfa lectures . A large streamer fastened to the side of the cars said : Agricultural Special Train , and the cars were marked •Corn and Alfalfa . The exact time of stopping at and starting from each lecture station was scheduled and thoroughly advertised in advance . The farmers at each s...

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THE WEEK . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907

THE WEEK . Leading Events . The Harrlman Letter . —A sensation was caused last week by the publication of a letter written by E . H . Harrlman in Jan ., 1906 . to Sidney Webster of New York , charging that President Roosevelt had asked him to raise a campaign fund of $ 250 , 000 in 1901 . with which request he had complied , furnishing { 50 . 000 himself , the remainder having been given by three other New York millionaires . President Roosevelt , in reply , published the Harriman letters nnd his own replies , which do not mention contributions at all . and contain only discussions of the New York gubernatorial campaign . Harrlman expressing hope that the President could help to get Higgins elected ; Harrlman s hints that he would like to have Jas . K . Hyde appointed ambassador to France , which the President opposed : and the President s expressed hope that Harriman could come to Washington to talk over Interstate Commerce and railroad matters before the President should issue his...

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HORSE CLIPPERS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907

HORSE CLIPPERS . We can furnish regular size hand horse clippers , good quality , for only $ 1 . 25 postpaid . Toilet clippers , sometimes used for clipping fetlocks , ears . etc .. for 90 cents postpaid . Address THE OHIO FARMER , CI-- ¦—— . P .

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THE SMITH CATTLE SALE . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907

THE SMITH CATTLE SALE . The sale of Ohio s Famous Herd of Holstein-Erlesians . owned by W . B . Smith & Son . of Columbus , last Wednesday was a great success from all standpoints . The sale was held In the handsome cattle pavilion at the Ohio State Fair grounds and there was not a hitch of any kind during the entire day . The attendance was excellent and many of the leading breeders of the United States were present . Col . L . D . Perry , as auctioneer , added another star to his great record as a successful salesman and fully lived up to his oft-quoted motto . Get tho price for your animals . He was at his best and had the crowd right with him at all times . The average price was high . The sale was under the general management of Eldon F . Smith , of Columbus , and S . D . W . Cleveland , of Syracuse . N . Y . The record of the sales , in brief , is as follows : FEMALES . 1 . Nancy Dewdrop 2 d s Aaggie , A . Seely , Camp Chase O $ 135 Bull calf at side ( by Johanna D...

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