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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907
SOUTHERN MICHIGAN FARMS ! Writa 0 1 1 lut of bargains . Thay arecorn and clover TT ill farms and produce tho groat variety Southern Michigan growl . STOCK , GRAIN , DAIRY and FRUIT . S . V . R . HAYES , 56 Ionia St ., Grand Rapids . Mich . FOR .. SALE . CHEAP Tho Rnoniof unimproved lands in Gladwin and Clar * Coi . 25 , 000 acres good agricultural lands- Fine alock lands . Well graiied over ; pure living water . We can furaish HlOOacreaor more la aolid block . Payments cany , t percent Interest . A . J . Sle vene ft Co ., Gladwin , Mich . Write os for maps and folders . POT ? Q A T « T « V ~~ 23-Rcro Delaware farm ; good J . w . » Mauii location ; fine soil : good markets ; one mile from town and railroad : price $ 3200 : 81275 cash . Get further particulars . THE H . K . SOPP CO .. 229- « 378 1 ena Ave ., Pittsburg , Penna . P _ M 0 * al « ~ clty a 11 Ranch properties In pfir \ Q | Q every state- Our agents in 600 I Ul VUlU cittos &gt; &lt; iet our * r ^ nio lift . ...
Getting Most For Your Money . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907
Getting Most For Your Money . Before you buy an Incubator , write for the Victor Book . This tells how dollars invested in hatching machines will pay tho Kreatest dividends . Also about their 100-Egg Hatching Wonder , delivered for 57 . 90 , This is for the man who wants to start raising chickens in a small way , and they have many testimonials like this : In October last I bought of you a 100egg Hatching Wonder and Brooder , and now give you the results of three hatchings : Chicks No . 1—104 eggs , 9 out on test 95 No . 2—107 eggs , 12 out on test 96 No . 3—103 eggs , 7 out on test 96 Total 286 I do not know what you may think of that , but I think It cant be beat , and the chicks are as lively as little crickets . The machine is * truly a wonder . —Wm . Trumpp , 1553 Lincoln Ave ., Alameda , Calif . If you want one machine or several , write Ertel before you buy . They have carefully studied the science of Incubation and have worked out their machines to accomplish the results . T...
THE ROBIN . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907
THE ROBIN . There is a hint of springtime in the air ; The sky is blue , the sun is bright . Last night as it sunk behind the hills . The robins were calling a happy good night But today as I look across the -way . The meadows do look so bleak and brown , The bare limbs are swaying to and fro , A last year s leaf flutters idly down . Still the robin chirps to his dear little mate Of springtimes happy hours , When buds and leaves will be bursting forth . Heralding spring and her flowers . The little brook dashes gayly by . As if rejoicing in each mad leap That winter is losing his icy hold . And spring waking up from her long sleep . Oh yes , the spring is near at hand , I can not mistaken be . For a robin echoes my prophecy This moment in a tall apple tree . —Virginia Curtiss Smith .
Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907
EP^1[§1^^GL « S ? TT &lt; a » . OE : » * j Br r-iARxT ^^* Mii^^ifiP No rubber wears as well as new pure Para rubber . It has stretch and dont crack . Put on good canvas and duck it will outwear any other kind three times over . BuffaloBrand Rubber boots are made of new pure Para rubber . They stretch where the strain comes . That s why they wear better . Other kinds of rubber will crack because there s no &gt; ^ » . stretch in it . To any user of If ^ fcOli Rubber Boots who will send I for our beautifully illustrated I Booklet J , we will send a I handsome Souvenir Watch I Fob FREE . Supply is lim- I ted . Write today . Established Over Fifty Years WH . H . WALKER &amp; CO ., Jfl 77-83 So . Pearl St .. - « iSn 3 But into , N . Y . ^ semm How s This l ^ fljN Eat Breakfast at the ^ H Farm , attend to bus- gfl | incss at two markets gflE Baltimore andPhila . 1 * w r : v . l and return the same * : / V- &gt; cN day in time for supper ^ ii fi ^ . . -M Grow...
Page 19 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907
Iit^^k^^^ifP^^isii^llPI II ii » WiTj « i ^ dii ^ ir , f r ; V ; » B 2 S B S , . | , . 1 / Z Settle that leaky roof once and for all ! Cover the old shingles or I the pin-holed tin with Congo and end the trouble I It won t take as long or be as hard work as to patch the old roof . I You can lay Congo yourself . Unroll it on the roof and nail it I down ! Then forget you have a roof . There will be no more leaks to I remind you of it . We call Congo the Never-leak Roof . We mean it . Send for free sample and you will understand why we are so confident . BUCHANAN-FOSTER CO ., m grnj 531 West End Trust Building . Philadelphia mm ^ N Chicago anil San Francisco ^ H CHEAP LANDS—SAFE INVESTMENTS NEW BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES in abundance in the region now being opened in South Dakota along the new lines by building the CHICAGO &amp; NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY Special inducements to settlers and homesteaders to visit this newly opened region . Reduced rate tickets from Chicago and the East on...
HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907
HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT ~~ s ~ ws « SPECIAL ARTICLE NO . 6 . ™«~ N ~ W » W TrainingOurFiveDaughters*? By JULIA GAGE . GE . RB . ISIi . 0 * * Correct Speech . —Thus far we have been considering those habits which are absolutely essential to the formation of strong character . In closing , let us consider a few habits which do not belong in this class , but which nevertheless are of great importance . First , the habit of correct speech . I am very fond of baby-talk in little children , and never try to restrain it . They are bound to outgrow it all too soon . But they will not so soon outgrow habits of incorrect grammar . Children who are allowed to say I aint and I done it ; children who always lay down instead of lie down , are pretty sure to keep it up , or , if they do _ break off the habit when they are older , it will be only after much humiliation and embarassment . We are judged very quickly , when we are thrown into cultivated society , and if our grammar is incorrect and our E...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907
The Royal Baking : Powder costs only a fair price per pound , and is cheaper and better at its price than any similar article in the world . It makes more , better and more healthful food . There is danger of alum in the lower-priced powders .
APPRECIATE "TRAINING OUR FIVE DAUGHTERS . " [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907
APPRECIATE TRAINING OUR FIVE DAUGHTERS . Tunnelton , Ind ., March 27 , 1907 . Gentlemen : Enclosed find our renewal . We did not think we would renew this year , but since wife has read Training Our Five Daughters , she says she must have The Ohio Farmer . Send all the back numbers containing those articles . She says be sure and do it , for she must have every article . —John D . Mel . I wish to express my gratitude to the editors of The Ohio Farmer for the series of articles on Training Our Five Daughters . These alone are more than worth the price of the paper for one year to any mother or parent , and I think an expression of thanks is due the writer and the paper that so wisely chooses them for its subject matter . — Mrs . W . H .. S ., Pleasantville , 0 . ( We would like to have our readers , especially parents , discuss these articles in these columns , and make of our household pages a conference place for the exchange of experience and discussion of problems in child traini...
WASTED TO SKELETON . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907
WASTED TO SKELETON . Baby in Torments With Terrible Sores on Face and Body—A Complete Cure By Cuticura Remedies . My little son , when about a year and a half old , began to have sores come out on his face . Then they began to come on his arms , then on other parts of his body , and then one came on his chest , worse than the others . At the end of about a year and a half of suffering he grew so bad I had to tie his hands in cloths at night to keep him from scratching the sores and tearing the flesh . He got to be a mere skeleton . I sent to the drug store and got a cake of Cuticura Soap and a box of Cuticura Ointment and followed the directions , and at the end of about two months the sores were all well . He has never had any sores of any kind since . He is now strong and healthy , and I used only one cake of Soap and about three boxes of Ointment . Mrs . Egbert Sheldon , R . F . D ., No . 1 , Woodville , Conn ., April 22 , 05 .
Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907
. F 4- % 11 ole . re . sjjj ~~~ ^ G ^ iti ? ftW J •* ¦ ¦* - remember that ft ie Cap .- JSBftffWjiW tul an . ] Sun . his that give eeffHEfiJ Hr urit &gt; &lt; - tno depositor . Capl- ^ tlibHl l 1 Surplus stand belli HI fcweci tbe depositor and any Hi . possible loss or « lir . nkaee in Hi . tn « securities held by tho )* f ^ l Hfc bank , The Capital and SurTw \ Plus of this bank amount to jjUrmBl fix » d One half Million : maij ^ £ * WL \\ M &lt; V ! P . n mnrgni of safety . sBBKaBZsKJ that assures absolute seenrOUR BUILDING . Uy for every dollar * ntri . st- ,,- „ ,, , « d to niSontltodnyforfroe booklet M explaining our system ut receit in k- tlepoB . U by mall . *»« eti Qwtr Forty-Two Million Dollars FYfiFI I an ° d N ROOFING LAOuLL STEEL &amp; SIDING D Iroct To Vou from our own factory at lowest factory prices . We ore manPut on the kind of root that wears . you can ouy anywhere , don t pay l &lt; -r THE UNITED FACTORIES CO . Clp . flar . il...
STUDYING MUSHROOMS . — II . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907
STUDYING MUSHROOMS . — II . EUSSULAE . This genus grows on the ground in woods , and soon decays . The cap is depressed . or becomes so when mature . The stem is short and very brittle . The gills are fragile and mostly equal in length . The genus contains many kinds having beautiful colors . The rosy-stemmed Russula is one of the prettiest varieties . The tinge of red in the stem adds to its beauty and helps to distinguish it from other members of the family . The cap is BTJSSTTLAE MUSHROOMS . rosy , and at maturity flat or slightly depressed in the center ; the gills whitish , becoming yellow . It is edible and the taste is mild . The purple Russula varies in color from dark red to dull subdued purple , and has a distinct bloom like the skin of a peach . The cap is shaped like that of the first described variety . The gills are white , broad and extremely brittle , the stem is white , -streaked with pink . The taste is sweet , nut-like ; it is edible . The green Russula varies in ...
CELLAR-GROWN PRODUCTS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907
CELLAR-GROWN PRODUCTS . Towards spring , in almost every cellar the vegetables show a tendency to sprout , after which they are considered of little account , and are fed to stock . While sprouting spoils the vegetable itself , the sprouts that spring therefrom , and grow thrifty in the warm , moist atmosphere of th « average cellar , are crisp , juicy and tender , and when properly prepared , make the most appetizing relishes . Turnip tops are especially sweet and tender . To prepare , break off the shoots and having thoroughly washed , cut , and put them into a wooden bowl , chop until flne . If desired , an onion or a celery stalk may be chopped in with the tops . A seasoning of vinegar , salt , pepper and a little sugar may then be added . Sprouts frrom cabbages and cabbage stalks , may be treated in the same manner . They are also very nice when boiled with corned beef , or fat pork , and served with vinegar as greens . They are delicious , too , when cut flne , stewed and dres...
OUR PATTERNS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907
OUR PATTERNS . Price 10 cents . Waist and skirt patterns are separate , therefore be sure to send 20 cents for a two-piece suit pattern . Order bv number and title of pattern ; if for children , give age ; for adults , give bust measure for waists , and waist measure for skirts . Address orders to Pattern Department , The Ohio Parmer , Cleveland . Ohio . A Smart Visiting Costume . Pattern No . 1772 . Sizes 32 to 40 Bust . Pattern No . 1773 . Sizes 22 to 32 Waist . Cinnamon brown Panama made a most charming costume after this design , which is among a few imported models lust in . The- jacket is trimmed with J wide bra d . edged with a silk frill ; but the lines of the skirt are left long and unbroken , groups of lengthwise tucks on each seam forming the only decoration . These short , dressy little jackets are used on many of the most chic spring costumes , and are really one of the most effective styles ever in vogue . They are girlish in appearance and becoming to most women . The...
Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907
« AjpC » Simpson-Eddystone | ggh &lt;%&amp;&amp;Black&amp;Whites.jjf IBBBBI Ja a . ^ yfrj . -r ^^ T The height of calico perfection ; ^^ J ^^[ standard material for durability , ( fl W . beautiful patterns , and fast color— *^| B 7 D standard for over 60 years . - ^ _* . S - Ask your dealer for Sitttfisott-Eddystone aVaC T ^ aV 1 ? TlT \ VKTAltf £ Bla € k and ~ n mawf ^ g /\ r \) X ^ 1 1 wl \ J ^ 1 Three generations of Simpsons ^^ Bl / have made Simpson Prints . \ yf PRINTS The Eddystone Mfg . Co . ( Sole Makers ) Philadelphia . H W End y ° ur stove worries I Get a Kalamazoo Slove or Range on a ^^ W- B A-jf | 360 DAYSAPPROVAL TEST 1 ^ 3 B . 5 EJ ^ , ^ c ^ * fllB Br and * ? 20 000 bank Booranty on durability , conv-ni . net an « I ^ SBS ^^^ : muuma \\\\ mmmm \ r % \\\ •eonomy of fuol . You cannot get &amp; bettor nt any price , but you 1 fflg ™ ^ w !?^ fftV * , from * 5 t ° W 0 bybuyingfromtheactualmanufactureraat . ^ H ^ lli ^ M * Sl 8 S 9 fni...
I GRANGE [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907
I GRANGE L . J . TABER , OHIO STATE GRANGE LECTURER . Bro . Lewis J . Taber of Barnesville , Beimont Co . , O ., who was elected lectuivr of the Ohio State Grange at the last meeting , Dec . 11-13 , 1906 , was born in Jefferson Co ., O ., in 1878 , of sturdy Quaker parentage , and he is still a firm adherent of that faith . Twenty years ago the family moved to Belmont Co ., near Barnesville . which has been Bro . Taber s home ever since . While still a young boy , his father died , which forced upon his young shoulders the responsibilities of manhood . Sturdily and with a courage LEWIS J . TABER , I . ECTUBEB OF OHIO STATE CHANGE . and capability that was a promise of the energy and uprightness of his later years , he gave himself to helping his untiring and devoted mother in the education of himself and younger brother and sister , to the improvement of their home and increasing the fertility and productive capacity of the farm . When we tell you that Bro . Taber makes money out of...