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ALL AROUND THE FARM [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 June 1909

ALL AROUND THE FARM THE LAYOUT OF AN IRRIGATED FARM The accompanying diagram from the Cyclopedia of American Agriculture , reproduced by permission of the Macmillari Company , gives a plan much approved by experts for the laying out of an eightyacre irrigated farm : The water enters the field at the northwest corner . The main irrigation ditch continues along the cast side , two parallel laterals intersecting it at right angles . One of these laterals extends along the north side ; the other crosses the center of the field . With such a system , it is possible to distribute the water equally over the field with the least number of ditches . It is important that the slope of the surface be smooth and uniform . The best possible grade will vary considerably with the character of the soil . One to three feet drop per hundred feet will probably be the most effective . When the field is laid out properly very little labor will be necessary in distributing the water . This plan can be con...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THINK HARD It Pay * to Think About Food . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 June 1909

THINK HARD It Pay * to Think About Food . The unthinking life some people lcid often causes trouble and sickness , illustrated in the experience of a lady in luml du Lac , Wis . About four years ago I suffered dreadfully from indigestion , always bavins eaten whatever I liked , not thinking of the digestible qualities . This indigestMi caused palpitation of the heart so badly I could not walk up a flight of stab without sitting down once or twice to regain breath and strength . I became alarmed and tried dietin .. . wore my clothes very loose , and man ; other remedies , but found no relief . Hearing of the virtues of Grape-Xm ? and Postum , I commenced using them >« place of my usual breakfast of colli . cakes , or hot biscuit , and in one week time I was relieved of sour stomach ami ( other ills attending indigestion . In month s time my heart was perfonnin , its functions naturally and I could dim stairs and hills and walk long distant I gained ten pounds in this short...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THE DAIRY FOR . PROFIT [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 June 1909

THE DAIRY FOR . PROFIT FEDERAL DAISY REGULATION Tuberculosis has increased to such an alarming extent that a proposition has ken made looking to federal control of tlie milk supply of cities , but no one seems to know how it can be accomplished . Milk is consumed generally without cooking . It is kept in all sorts of places and it always contains the germs of living organisms ; most of these are beneficial to health , but occasionally some otfier kind gets mixed in . At the last meeting of the National Tuberculosis Association , Nathan Straus made the statement that the germs of tuberculosis are contained in one sample of milk out of every eighteen submitted for examination in the city of Washington , and that one dairy out of e \ ery ten supplies milk which at times is tubercular . livery health officer in every city is aware that typhoid epidemics can sometimes be traced to the use of milk from infected districts . An increase of thirtythree per cent in cases of tuberculosis in Ne...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 June 1909

Catalog Free . Every reader of this paper should get a < ly of the catalog issued by the Mandt Manufacturing Company , 555 Oak St ., Holiamlale , Wisconsin , on cement fence post machines . Ihe machine manufactured by this company is exactly what farmers have been king for . It is simple , durable and sold l a very low price . With the Mandt Indestructible Fence Post machine a farmer can replace his fence posts as ihey wear out at less than half the cost of wooden posts . The company also manufactures machines for making building blocks , suitable for barns , silos , tanks , etc . Their tjitalog is a perfect mine of information and should be in the hands of every progressive •¦ • cr . Don t fail to send for a copy at once .

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 June 1909
Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 June 1909

REALAND FAKE CREAMSEPARATOR IMPROVEMENTS ¦ ¦ !_ ¦¦__¦ ! A year ago , in keeping with its policy of ALWAYS HOLDING A POSITION FAR IN ADVANCE OF ALL ATTEMPTED COMPETITION , the DE LAVAL Company put on the market an entire new line of Improved Farm and Dairy sizes of cream separators . They were brand new in every part , from the supply can at the very top to the shape of the base at the very bottom , and reflected the result of three years of study , experiment and test by the DE LAVAL engineers and experts throughout the world , based on thirty years of experience in cream separator invention , development and use . Every good feature of previous DE LAVAL machines was bettered and many new and novel ones added , accomplishing greater simplicity of construction , ease of cleaning and replacement of parts ; less cost of repairs where necessary ; easier hand operation ; more complete separation under hard conditions ; greater capacity , and a material reduction of prices in propor- . ti...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
LIVE STOCK [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 June 1909

LIVE STOCK BELGIAN HAM CULTUKB Th « craze for raising Belgium hares has somewhat abated , but the hares themselves remain and they are just as interesting as ever . There is something fascinating to a novice about the way figures show the wonderful increase and fabulous wealth made possible by raising Belgium hares for sale . It is a good deal like the advertisements of ginseng promoters . One seed will grow into a million dollars while you sleep o nights and rest in the shade between times . The fact is , that while Belgium hares ought to multiply very rapidly , very few breeders have the ability to raise them in numbers sufficient to make it pay . After you get the hares ready for market , it is not so easy to get a big price for them . One reason is that the American taste for rabbit meat has never been very well developed . If a person wants to raise rabbits of any kind , the Belgium hare is a good one to experiment with because it has the size . When you do succeed in raising o...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 June 1909

Not a crop failure in 18 years . Can raise more here than on Eastern land costing five times as much . Came here 4 years ago with $ 800 ; now have $ 4 , 500 in Irank ;—Said of Panhandle and South Plains Country . The best land bars-tm to-day are found in the prosperous Southwest . The Panhandle and South Plains region of northwest Texas offers good lands at the lowest prices in the Southwest . You can t buy land there as cheaply this year aa last , and it will cost more next year . So the tins * to buy is now . I am not in the land business . Tne Santa Fe Railway employs me to help settle np the country along its lines . The service to you is absohitalr ma . I aim not to exaggerate . The truth about the Southwest is strong enough . 1 consider the Panhandle and South Plains as unequaled for the mam with small means . Likewise nothing better for the man with a big bankroll Both will prosper . This country is no longer on the frontier . Thousands already have settled there . More are c...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 June 1909
Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 June 1909

FARM *** LfNITEDC ^ n S__ - \ TEA_ 7 S«P-r-tot _ __ , _ >__ 8 _ - ^^^ ^ Every body know * the name _ 36 St I ^ P *^^ United Stat e * on a Separator is # »« *»____ I Han abaoluto guarantee of Superior *\ 0 __ t \ ly M Quality , Long Service and Absolute Satisfaction . H That is the best sort of economy ; it means a saving of money to H you . Why then run any risks with cheap makes ? ISee the U. S. Separator Dealer HM Let him show yon how a United States Separator is made , its H MM perfect mechanical construction , strong , solid , one-piece frame , no bolts H to shake loose with wear . Scientific construction H ¦ I of the Separator bowl . You can readily see for . _ - __ = ____ — yourself how the purchase of a United Statee | f 1 B Separator means economy for yon . If you do N 58 __ H not know a United States dealer let ns -end you BBKK L _ MH his name . ____ B » Us _ _ A request by postal card for United States Separa- _ r ^_______ B _ am 2 * ______ tor Catalogue No . 99...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THE FARM VETERINARY [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 June 1909

THE FARM VETERINARY CAUSE OF BITTER MILK Editor Farm Press : The butter man at the creamery comphins that I am sending bitter milk . We an- careful to thoroughly wash and scald a // utensils used . Can you suggest a cause nm / remedy ? Ohio . M . W . The distinctly bitter taste which sometimes appears in the milk must be caused by certain weeds the cow has eaten , an abnormal condition of the udder , an advanced period of lactation or the action ot certain bacteria . Of these , perhaps , seme form of bacteria causes the most trouble . The presence of these bacteria may be due to some constant localized source of infection . In some cases the udder has been found to be infected . This should be determined by carefully cleaning the udders of all the cows and milking from each quarter of the udd . r of each cow into fruit jars or bottles which have been previously cleaned with boiling water . ln case one of these samples shows a well-developed bitterness while others remain normal , it...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 June 1909

FREE ROOFING SAMPLE . iiiKf the appearance on the market of ri : « ly roofings that need no painting , there » a > liccn a very lively curiosity on the part 01 many people to see the goods . Accordsl y the makers of Amatite , the best known m this class of roofings , have arranged to Hfl > ly samples to any inquirer free of cli : ir Ke . Hl- se samples show the goods complete » tli the mineral surface which replaces l ^ nt as a protection against the weather , f \ it is easy to obtain a very good idea of , Ust what Amatite is like . J & you have to do in order to obtain >¦• ample is to send a postal card request r « aine to the nearest office of Barrett • anufacturing Company , at New York , Chi- * ° . Iliiladel phia , Boston , Cincinnati , Cleve- - ¦ . 1 ittslmrg , Minneapolis , St . Louis , Kana > t-ity or New Orleans .

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 7 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 June 1909
Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 June 1909

IAOne-Piece Roof The same space covered with a single on in 1892—is still weather tight , still flexroll of Ruberoid roofing would require at ible , after seventeen solid years of service , least 600 shingles . Today there are 300 substitutes . They 600 separate pieces of wood , each inclined have names which sound like Ruberoid . to warp a different way . 1 , 800 exposed edges Before they are laid , most of these substi—1 , 800 chances for leaks . tntes look like Ruberoid . Yet a roof of Ruberoid , whether it re- _ , _ . _ , __ . __ quires one roll , or 100 , is practically a one- Beware These Substitutes piece roof . For there the resemblance ends . For in For with each roll comes onr exclusive Ruberoid , and Ruberoid alone , is used tbe product , Ruberine cement , with which the exclusive processed Ruberoid gum . This seams and edges are cemented together— wonderful flexible gum is the vital element sealed against warping—sealed against the which no other maker can copy , weather...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THE FARMERS'FORUM [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 June 1909

THE FARMERSFORUM THE PARCELS POST Editor Farm Press : It looks to me as though Congress would sit up and take notice if the farmers really got ; i move on themselves and sent in a united demand for a parcels post . Just because the government hasn t good enough financiers in its employ to make the postoffice pay its way and earn enough to support a package delivery system , too , is no reason the farmers should shift along without it , the farmers , who are the real basis of nearly all the business that goes on in this country and to whom the government looks for a prompt payment of taxes that are so big they should , in justice , insure a much larger voice in legislative doings than is now allowed us . We pretend to be so smart , we Americans , but certain governments of the old world that we turn up our noses at manage to run their postal departments at a profit and give the people the benefit of a bundle carrying service . The express companies have made their millions , but , pi...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 June 1909

PUBLISHED MONTHLY BY FARM PRESS PUBLISHING CO . 164 Ohio St , CHICAGO , ILL . Entered as Second *_ lass matter Dec . io , 1906 at the Post * office at Chicago . 111 . underact of Match 31 , 1 S 7 B .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 June 1909

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Publication Title: Farm Press
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 June 1909

. TERMS : Sabaerlptle-l as cents a year . Fire Yean Subscrlp tlccu f :. oo . RemlltMeeat Send money In the way most safe and con . venientj address Io the FARM PH-SS , 164 E . Ohio St . Chicago . Kcnvwalat Each subscriber Is notified by letter of the expiration of his subscription . He should notify us at once If he desires his paper discontinued ; otherwise we would assume that he wishes the paper and will pay when convenient . Change of A-dreaat Subscribers desiring change of address should give old as well aa new residence . Ptaaae write pi—Inly .

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
LIVE STOCK PRICES [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 June 1909

LIVE STOCK PRICES Prices of live animals for slaughter have kept up to high water mark for a good many months and still the demand continues . It seems that while business is good and consumers nave the money to buy with , the tables of American people will be supplied with good meats regardless of price , it was thought a year or two ago that prices must drop or the demand would fall off . There has been a noticeable decline per capita in certain places , but , taking the country as a whole , the fact is noticeable that Americans are just as fond of meats as ever . The demand and prices are such as to leave a margin of profit to the live stock farmers that is wry encouraging . Of course , there is no guarantee that such prices will continue , but a good many well-informed stock men firmly believe that the time of cheap meats has gone by , never to return . Every year , in spring , when the farmers have no wheat to sell , the gamblers send out agents who report great damage to the g...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 9 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 June 1909
Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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