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Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907

aiinmpB Bk ^ A ^ iM A ^ l ^^ -j ^^ r ^^ H MAIJ \ W \ I JO | H tm M mmM 9 I Hfcgj fll m.iuMdB THE ONLY PERMANENT ROOFING WITH A PERMANENT COLOR SUITABLE FOR BUILDINGS OF EVERY KIND . Consider what it means to hava ¦ water-proof and ornamental roof which does not require painting . Color absolutely guaranteed for Rva years . Write for samples and price * . The Standard Paint Company , SOLE MANUFACTURERS , GtnEHAL OFFICES I 100 WILLIAM ST ., N . Y , m . EMPIREFENCE The Fence of Today . Made of bljr . ptronc , hard stool wires , lncludlntc uprights , horizontals and knots and they aro all No . 9 hard stool- People hare loarnud better than to use thollirlit soft wires that soon rust out . Empire fence la neat and It has tho strength and staying qualities . No animal enn go through It or break It down . Heavily galvanized We soli only direct , and do not sell through ngflnts or dealora . Write and loft ns quote you prices . Bond Steel Post Company , Adrian , Michigan . | S I ¦ All WELL AU...

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Page 22 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907

i / . ed . It standH every test v . » 2 a « 5 . 3 ttmllnstaalifellmu . \»»» Pi ^ , — , ^ LW I SUPERIOR WIRE FENCE ^ SrfClil Band for oar BOW catalog free . ^ afM r TN r awai winch will . how vou l > o « much Jon ^ •hJ ^ -J > lSI Bprlnj Wire and Soft a d ll arh Wire ^* MM > Q 9 ¦ I wholaaalo price . Prelrhl prepaid . *> £ : eawVMl THE SUPEHlOa FENCE CD . , Cuvtmo . Qm . > gBJt £ | rEN ! I\^\r\1^CE\ - (}(} K It K ft I Jlan > » tyle « t holRhte : , \/\/ l \ l \ l \ l \ l Ulajnonrt or Square Moah . I \ l \ lAAA / l prlceelow . Solddlrooton . f If 1 W H M M 30 << eysfree trial , frclKht i \ f \ f /\/\/\ l \ l prepaid . Oataloprue free . \ AA /\ AA /\ / l KTSELMAN BROS . ¦ U- M M M W H H Box 277 Muncle , Ind . r t ^^ i ^ i ^ fa THE fflUUraBCYCLONE lffl ( Dw 0 ( D ( Dlllw ( D ( DtD 0 IJl |( DlD { D CmtnlopSA pages , ahowlBR Wfs 3 xnmiWliffim ? re r » ai . i « ntnl K o n c f ., tiWiriWWlW ^^ Calo ., Arch...

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FIELD NOTES . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907

FIELD NOTES . Champaign Co ., O ., ( W . C . ) April 3 . — March ended like summer with all kinds of trees near to bloom . First days of April very cold with hard freeze the 2 d , and 12 degs . below freezing , doing a great deal of damage to young clover and fruit buds . Live stock in fair shape . All In good demand . The wheat is nearly half killed . Wheat , 73 c : corn . 45 @ 60 c ; oats . 46 c ; hay . clover , $ 10 ; timothy . $ 15 ; potatoes , 60 c ; eggs , 16 c . The farmers are irerj busy getting ln the oats , some sown in March , but the largest percent will be sown from now until the 15 th . Some plowing for corn ; lots of other work ; help scare . —W . S . Chatfield . Pendleton Co ., W . Va . . ( N . E . ) March 30 . —Warm and flne . Wheat and grass starting fine . Wheat . 90 c ; corn , 60 c ; oata , 5 Uc ; potatoes , 60 c ; onions , $ 1 ; hay . S 15 ; horses , $ 100 @ 200 : cows . $ 25 < 5 j > 40 . Oilier cattle high In proportion . A great deal of s...

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PROTECTION FROM FROST . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907

PROTECTION FROM FROST . ( Continued from page 7 . ) stand pipes . The plan was effective , but very expensive . Irrigating is an important method , especially If the irrigating waters are from deep wells , or are artificially warmed . The most effective methods in Ohio , I think , are the small piles of coal in wire baskets , or else the damp smudges , especially if arrangements can be made for a portable smudge . We welcome correspondence regarding this matter as well as requests for the frost warnings . We are very anxious that careful tests and experiments shalt be made in this state so that the most economical methods may be adopted . I have a few copies of Farmers Bulletin No . 104 and shall be glad to distribute them as long as they last . —J . Warren Smith , Section Director , U . S . Weather Bureau , Columbus , Ohio . A Good Feed Grinder . Since It Is more profitable to feed ground grain than whole grain , a good grind .-v [ 8 B necessity on most <* very farm . Th...

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Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907

WomenAvoid5^^^K|^ OperationsJ/J^BB^A When a woman suffering from / I g -358 wF \ I female trouble is told that an oper- -9 * *— fl mw ¦¦¦! atioti is necessary , it , of course , I I I BK I The very thought of the hospital , \ \ § l \ / / the operating table and the knife \ \ , 1 vr , / / strikes terror to her heart . \ \ W j / \ k V / ks s it is quite true that these troub- « rV \ ^ 7 11 / A , \ les may reach a stage where an ope- \ 2 Ov \// W H / Y ration is the only resource , but , a Clfc ^ \ / s / S &^ great many women have been cured OTTll ^ v \ r * 5 i 5 £ sg ^/ y ~^ VC 8 >? by Lydia E . Pinkham s Vegetable pv 50 ^ v ^^^^^*^^ - ^ T f \» J Compound after an operation has u / ~ - / \ $£ . c ^ K ^ F ^ T ^ nnRF ^ ° ^ been decided upon as the only cure . MISS ROSE . MOOKfc , The strongest and most grateful statements possible to make come from women who by taking LydiaE.PinkhamsVegetableCompound made from native roots and herbs , have escaped serious operatio...

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Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907

L Neednt Worry About J Theres an ease of mind and a sense of security enjoyed by the man who has his buildings roofed with Rex Flintkote . He knows that water cannot get through it , winds cannot blow it off , falling sparks cannot ignite it . REX FLINTKOTE ROOFING is made of compressed wool felt impregnated with special water , fire and wearresisting compounds . It affords more thorough pro tection than any other A known roofing material . ^ FREE SAMPLES X , et us send you free samples to test ; also valuable roofing booklet . Be sure to Look for the Boy . J . A . & W . BIRD > g == & & & COMPANY ¥ <* l 3 ^\ 59 India Street II »»» 0 | R ? ii ««/;| j Boston , Mesa . ( jSSNSS < -i * a H Agents everywhere x *^— jy V,/ rwZWn Can Work it I Accurate , thorough cultivation with th « Kraua Pivot-Axle bulky Cultivator la only a matter of steering ; not ot work . Instead of pulling and pushing the entire gang of ...

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Page 24 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907

_ d ^^^ r yS-BpTO ^^ SiiA ^^^ r ^^ fe ^ ^~?*>> - ^^ SSB ^ aBsY H || jpg | j | g ||^|| j ^ . >>^^ tically automatic I ^^ BB ^ V B *^^ B *^^ B **^ H ^| Hfl WM- *** 9 ^^ ^ —almost works itself . I ^ v ^ M k ^ immW It has no twisted chains , COST- I J ^^^ L ^^^ L I ed - cranlc shafts , or any of those things that com- I r ^^ T ^ i ^^^^^ yr ^^^^^^ J hard to haul . * A * _\ M 1 V 1 I in a loose continuous windrow upside down so that I I the sun and wind can get in their work and cure tho I ^^ B ^^ T ^^^^ J I hay without loss of quality or color . It leaves the I I w M . wM r ¦ ¦ hay in lino shape for the loader to come along and I I k W * ¦ & 1 I I gather it up . Wed like to tell you moro about these I ^^^^^ u ^^^— . ^^^ , ^^ I two cood hay tools before you buy . If youll write I ^ PV ^ V ^ n I well send circulars describing and illustrating I ^ * BF ^ Jfl a . K ! V 9 ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ HayforksTharjlelp III AmX S There are Hay Forks that...

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Page 24 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 13 April 1907

BUYAKIBLINGER AUTOMOBILE M ¥ Built especially for use ln country , ^^ k ^ M Will KO any whore a horse and bugjey can ^ A ^ M ff ° - Meeta every road condition , stones , ^ H ^ M stumps , ruts , mud . A great hiIIclimber . Vfl ^ M Will run . 85 to 50 miles on one gallon ot gas- ^ ft § M ollne Speed-up to . 45 miles an hour . Steel I ^ m teluforced throughout , steel wheels , roller or H ball bearings , cimlilon tires , steel double-chain I drive . Easy to handle , Lady or boy can M operate . Koliable , durable . First cost is ^ B ^ B low , operating expense the souie . INo tire ^ B V A High Grade Machine M mf At A Fair Price wjk Every Car Guaranteed I Thirty years of vehicle building bos eatab- I Untied our reputation for honestly made ¦ vehicles . Nothlug but the best material and ¦ workmanship Is put Into any vehicle built In fl our factories . V-o build tho Klbllnger Auto * fl Mmm mobile ourselves and stand biick of it . Write fl for descriptive catalogue and guarantee , fl I W . ...

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Studying Market Conditions [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 20 April 1907

Studying Market Conditions Special Article No . 13 . B 3 * sK 5 E £ j S . G . SHERWOOD , Live stockM . rke . Repener In several years experience in reporting live slock markets 1 have been forced to the conviction that one of the most important features of tlie farmers and stock raiser s business is the proper time at which to market his products . Tlie merchant may invest thousands of dollars in perfect equipment of his store and have used great judgment in selection of his stock of goods , but all thai is a small item compared with the output , the all-import-ant act whereby he gets the returns on his labor and investment . His skill in selling at the right time makes his profits . The farmer and stock raiser must invest money in material , and work his material to a point where it is saleable . He must know just what kind of Blockers and feeders to buy and the best time to buy them . Once bought and on his farm he is then up against the problem of the best way of utilizing them a...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 20 April 1907

JUPOTASHl B ^^ SPK * n t * ie so ^ P uts corn on the i £ 5 _ iFv « stalk and money in the bank - ~_ SS | i The natural process of plant growth : - _ $ 51 ia . is simply one of chemical conversion . ; ER 3 _ -I | B Potash , the raw material , is cheap ; but when : E 2 § 2 _ 1 | _ Jff converted by nature into corn , it is t iS-SpRf 0 ^^ valuable . The use of Potash is not := & E § 3 ^ an expense , but an investment . : ~ 3 ^ 1 &^ v ^« l ?\ Write t 0 day for our free booklet Plant Food . E 3 ^^_ S ^*^« ttf » a GERMAN KALI WORKS _ t ^? = SS » ^ Vff- ° 6 e \ 93 Nassau Street , New York SiPjf T K LOUDEN JUNIOR ! Bkf- ** - . ¦ _¦ a mnnri t ™ ™_ . A 1 * ?? -fa 1 ? ,. Never out of repah . The f » M *** **^^ m * , n , ¦* n , ? P .- « ne i n - B _ tork . p V ey ro « is « re at an anele . M M mi ¦* E , n ( ? , t V or bmd on track a othor Carriers do . Fills fl I Ki ™™ I clear up to the comb . Lock always works iind never IS m-M M e Thli r ? . Uble - Patent swivel takes t...

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IMPROVEMENT OF OHIO HIGH -WAYS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 20 April 1907

IMPROVEMENT OF OHIO HIGHWAYS . Why is it that the people in the ru- # ra _ districts of Ohio submit to the discomforts , perplexities and discouragements of ils present system of roads ? Many of the main highways are today in a worse condition than when the first prairie schooner came over the trail from the East . They had the turf and roots of the grass and other vegetation to support their wheels in the day of the pioneer , while at the present time the highways are a continuous slough of mud that has been churned by the wheels of traffic for a hundred years or more . A farmer said recently that the road leading past his place was often so bad that it required three-quarters of an hour to drive a half mile to his neighbor s house with a horse hitched to an empty wagon , and this farmer lives on the main road between Cleveland and Buffalo . Teams may be seen every day drawing manure from the stables of Cleveland . They haul a good load to the end of the pavement and then throw a l...

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BUILDING DEPARTMENT . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 20 April 1907

BUILDING DEPARTMENT . ( Conducted by John L . Shawver . ) BUILDING PLAN . —NO . 73 . Plank Frame Barn . — Please give plans for a plank frame barn 36 x 40 feet with 18-foot posts . I want the barn to accommodate 12 horses with stalls to face a 12-foot driveway . —J . C . F ., New Holland , O . BILL OF MATERIALS . Bill Stuff . — 4 pieces , 2 xl 0 x 23 ; 1 piece . 2 xl 0 xl 6 ; 2 pieces , 2 xl 0 xl 4 ; 2 pieces , 2 xl 0 xl 0 ; 16 pieces , 2 x 8 x 20 ; 50 pieces , 2 x 8 xl 8 ; 80 pieces , 2 x 8 xl 4 ; 60 pieces , 2 x 8 xl 2 ; 30 pieces , 2 x 8 . \ 8 ; 20 pieces , 2 x 6 x 20 ; 4 pieces , 2 x 6 xl 8 ; 4 pieces , 2 x 6 xl 6 ; 60 pieces , 2 x 6 xl 4 ; 40 pieces , 2 x 6 xl 2 : 64 No UU » - »» i » oTt B-. CE 4 pieces , 2 x 6 xl 0 ; 4 pieces , « x 6 x 8 : 16 pieces , 2 x 6 x 6 ; 10 pieces , 2 x 6 x 4 ; 4 pieces , 4 x 6 xl 8 ; 40 pieces , 2 x 4 x 9 ; 8 pieces . Ix 6 x 20 . Mill Work . —3 , 800 sq . ft . siding ; 1 , 200 sq . ft . loft boards ; 1 , 280 sq . ft . mangers and stalls ; 2 , 150 sq ...

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FRUIT TREES . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 20 April 1907

FRUIT TREES . If you wish the BEST at reasonable prices , write Call s Nurseries , Perry , O ., for Price List .

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 20 April 1907

The Ever-Increasing Demand For RUBER 0 ID ROOFING TRADE MARK RES . I . 8 . PAT . OFFICE tells its own tale . Its popularity is due to the fact it makes good . RUBEROID is the original ready to lay roofing . Absolutely weather-proof , fire-resisting . Contains no tar or paper ; will not rot , crack or melt . Tasteless and odorless ; rain water running from it can be used for domestic purposes . A SPECIAL TRAIN LOAD was sent out the latter part of February to supply rush orders from Chicago and vicinity . Enough roofing to reach over 200 miles full width . An unprecedented demand . Write for prices andsamples . THE STANDARD PAINT COMPANY v GENERAL OFFICES : 100 WILLIAM STREET , NCW YORK BHAMCHES I CMICAQO ST . LOUIS KANSAS CITY PHILADELPHIA BOSTON ATLANTA tg * aar wt yqk about the farm tools you will need this spring . Dont S ^ m , M | 1 M 9 ( f 7 *^\ - ty- \ P . ut it uii * until you must have thora and tUcii buy the ^ W f ^^_ J * ° T v ( vAv _ It first you come across . Its worth co...

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[ LIVE STOCK ] [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 20 April 1907

[ LIVE STOCK ] SHEPHEKDS PROBLEMS . SORE BYES IX LAMBS . E . E . O ., Llndsey , O ., writes that little lambs at three or four days old have sore eyes and finally go blind . This is caused by a turning in of the lower lid so that tho lashes irritate the eyeball . The treatment I have successfully employed many times is to use a very fine needle with white silk thread , and drawing the lid down so as to turn the lashes out away from the eye . put a stitch in the skin of the lid and then into the skin of the cheek about an inch below the eye , and tie the thread Just so as to hold the lid away from the eye . Put . the stitch in very shallow and it will come out in a few days , by which time the lid will have assumed a natural position . If this is done as soon as any watering of the eye is noticed the lamb will be saved great suffering and no other treatment will be needed . In aggravated cases it may be necessary to blow a little burnt alum upon the ball to remove the film that has f...

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