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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 June 1909

B ~~ i __ . wn A i-inm lAFUT 1 ^™ 11 1 ¦_ ¦ __ -- ¦ __ . HI HP H BBpH I snd district to ride in Itint ni-jEn HOLII I «* «¦ ?«»« a . «> BanJer ^ Hcycle lur-lsheTEy us . Onr agents everywhere are making money WriUftr f » U fatKtdart and special tfftr * $ one * . , _ .. » MOKES f-BQU-RBP unuTyou receive and approve of your bicycle . wesWp . yoSeiso ^ herTin tSe tX S . without a cent deposit in advance _ # ><•_ -. » / rigU , Slow TEN DATS - _ tBB TRIAL during which time you may ride the bicycle and ^•_ V & l- »_ l £ _ ff % «> -. then wSUm ^ mmSAm io i ^ Mjo k « P - __ e *__ U wm ma * ___ io it lack to us at our CKPttuw and jftm will net « owt on $ ctm * \ WlTmWmm \\ y & mmm \^^ * \ mwfmmZmTS >&^& ITiGPf 1 dT _ M _ fii _____^ ^ -- • - * IU WILL BE » TOIISKi _«^ - ~ ffi etta- s ^ sake for 1909 . We sen the highest grade bfcvdes : briefs moajythan any other homy . We ~ _ Slvdt _ T __&...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 June 1909

GIVEN ?* CDCCI ^^ ^ J^/ SPWB m m IJUST OUT ! ^ ^^ t ^^ 8 ^^^^_ ^^ P^ pS-t- ^ li folkSa Any boy or g , rl IThe newest thing on the market \ Pjtj j g « SOline , same SS a big I for boys and girls . Safe ^ £ ^ fl _^_____ K g _ j Bp-Sw ^^ j Ca , • See description I BOYS —GIRLSAUTOMOBILE We are going to g ive away this hand- history of the publishing business . You can easily I some boys and girls automobile as a prize get A if you wU 1 ° n iT try ^ ° ur f . lan ? ve ^ 8 imPk > I T ^ ATtn / r nnrcc i _ J -i r and this prize is well worth working for , and work- ¦ to bAKM rKJ _ . bb boys and girls tree ing hard for . Will you try it ? Of course you of all COSt . Be sure to read the full de- will . Send the coupon today . I scription below , then sign and return the HOW to Get It I coupon to us at once . This is the best ever . A 11 .. A * . , . , . . A 1 _ . I r All that we ask you to do in order to get this _ _^ B ., car is to secure a few subscriptions to FARM PRESS I § m \ D...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 June 1909

_ ^ ^ ^ _ ^^ tmmM ^^ k ^ L ^ km ^ The Most Spectacular Achievement Ever Known fa Engine History j A mammoth business on the Farm Pump Engine has been built up since our severe tests P . ^— , n 1 M U _______ , tfl » aT _ f . ^ f _> A 1 f were completed and it was released to the public one short month ago . It s a landslide . Noth- _ Ke _ ne _ - MDer lOeSe X 3 CtS ing like it has ever before been known . Our advertising began March 1 st Today we are 1 _ . _ _ _ . . making these engines in fm » hundred 1 lot . and working overtime to keep up with our orders . tm ^ m ^ mia ^ Farmers literally by the THOUSANDS are writing for information and prices and are being A few minutes after you unload it from your wagon , referred to dealers or sold direct for the dealers accounts . New dealers are writing in at the it s in place and at work . rate of 12 to 15 a day , saying that their customers are clamoring to see the Wonder-Work- Vou need no pump Jack , no belts , no arms , no ing ...

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

THE TOYS OF FARM LIFE The FARM PRESS ia published monthly at tea Ohio St ., Chicago at the subscription price ot as cents a year , or five yeara for f i . 00 . lt ia edited with acrupulous care for the benefit and interest ot the farmer and bia family . Every advertisement in these columns has tbe endorsement and guarantee otthe FAKM Pans behind it . NO SWINDLER HAS MONEY ENOUGH TO BUY SPACE IN THIS PAPER . « af Mention FAKH Puss therefore when answering advertisements , FREDK L , CHAPMAN , Editor , PEOPLE talk about the drudgery of farm life . 1 do not want to paint it with a deceptive rose color . There is plenty of hard work on a farm . But then it is so interesting ! Here , just as with any oiher kind of work , it is immensely important to plan your work intelligently , says a writer in The Mew Idea Woman s Magazine . When the hard special tasks come along , the spring planting , the haying , and harvesting , and thrashing , and butchering , and getting in ice , it is possible t...

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

THE FARM PHILOSOPHER When you pray for rain buy rubbers . Life s darkest roads oft lead to its brightest prospects . Vou get what you want if you want it with both feet . Life is a road and he who rests is likely to be run over . A man s wealth depends not so much on what he has as on what he could do without . A loose tongue quickly gets into a light place . Men never give flattery outright ; it is always a loan . People who ride the high horse will wear the big b .- . ndagc . Some- men know a lot more about hogeulturc than they do about their children . People who live at a rattling pace usually have Many loose joints . When money is the only egg in the nest , misery is the only bird in the brood . It would be hard if wc had nothing at the heavenly feast but the things wc have given at donation parties . It takes the hard winter to make hard wheat . The fruit of fortune never falls on a snoring nose . It s easy to sit on your cracker-barrel and tell the Czar what he ought to do on...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
ALFALFA AND COWS IN THE SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 August 1909

ALFALFA AND COWS IN THE SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY By JOHN T . BRAMWELL For tn less than half tlie time that I write it , every member did engage In a warfare with the remnants of a paleoeoic age ; And the way they heaved their fossils in their anger was a sin , Till the skull of an old mammoth caved the head of Thompson in . Times have changed in California since Bret Harte s day . The society on the Stanislaus has become more peaceful , and the subsequent proceedings , if less militantly scientific , are certainly more profit * able to the participants . The luxuriant alfalfa has covered the remnants of the paleozoic . age , and Thompson himself is deeply interested in meek , ruminating cews . I was a visitor in the San Joaquin valley , and on the lookout for a good storj—that is to say , a plain , unvarnished talc , not expressed in fancy , reliably descriptive of the possibilities of valley agriculture . I had been greatly interested in watching the wonders of irrigation—strange to East...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
If HE . SERVICE . OF . EXPLOSIVES . TO . THE . FARMER l- ^ - ^*^^^^^ " ^^^^^^^ 8 ^^^^^™™^^ - ^" . r : rWH ^^ . musmsK ^ Bm ~ kmkwe * mwm * ° sam a ^ . . mj » u ^ uii _ w ... M ^ mmA-asm [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 August 1909

If HE . SERVICE . OF . EXPLOSIVES . TO . THE . FARMER l- ^ - ^*^^^^^ ^^^^^^^ 8 ^^^^^™™^^ - ^ . r : rWH ^^ . musmsK ^ Bm ~ kmkwe * mwm * ° sam a ^ . . mj » u ^ uii _ w ... M ^ mmA-asm lt is strange that the farmers , in their search for labor-saving devices , have so generally overlooked the great usefulness o f dynamite . There are certain departmults of the farm work in which the vilue of explosives is recognized , to be <| ire , as in tha of removing stumps . j vcii here , however , dynamite had to fight a long battle for recognition , and its victory is by no means complete . There are still plenty of farms where the stumps arc being pulled out laboriously with the sweat of horses and men , or burned out , a process involving hardly less labor . A foundationless dread of the initial cost of dynamite has made its introduction slow . It is true on the farm , as in other business , that the tendency is to rate the value of one s own labor too low . Dynamite is expensive w...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
J|§ ALL . AROUND THE F. ARM ^ [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 August 1909

J|§ ALL . AROUND THE F. ARM ^ FAIL PLOWED CORN GROUND By C . P . Bull It is useless io expect a large crop of corn if you do not provide a rich , warm , thoroughly drained soil . Generally , fall plowed land is preferable for corn ; it holds moisture better and the fall plowing bothers the bill bugs and the corn-root aphis . 1 larrowing the fall plowed land as early as it is possible to get on the field in the spring warms the soil , saves moisture and causes weed seeds to germinate . Then disc and harrow thoroughly just before planting , if y 0 U have no disc , harrow > everal times , enough to make a nice , hue seedbed . An ordinary corn cultivator i > a good tool for stirring up the soil in making the seedbed , but it is too slow . Work for the purpose of warming up lll > - 1 soil , make fine , firm seedbed , kill weeds and conserve moisture . It pays . •\ amount of work on the soil or in ihure will make a good crop of corn un- )> -s th...

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

ORCHARD AND GARDEN THE IRIS By C . S . Harrison This flower was named from Iris , a radiant goddess , arrayed in garments ot surprising splendor , a personification of the rainbows concentration of all tints , rays and coloring of beauty . It is one of the four great perennials , the others being the peonv , phlox and columbine . There is a large family of these exquisite flowers . They range in time of blooming from early spring until the middle of July . Here at our experiment station in York , Nebraska , we keep 125 kinds , and it is wonderful how a patch of somber earth , in a short time , can be glorified with such indescribable splendor . It is as if the rainbow were taken to pieces and remade into forms of loveliness the parent bow never saw before . Their hardiness , rapidity of increase , marvelous tracery and interweaving of harmonious tints and coloring should make them favorites of every home . They are of three sorts : The bulbous—those with rhizomes or spreading tubers...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
SURPRISED HIM Doctor ' * Test of Food . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 August 1909

SURPRISED HIM Doctor * Test of Food . A doctor in Kansas experimented with his boy in a test of food and gives the particulars . He says : I naturally watch the effect of different foods on patients . My own little son , a lad of four , had been ill with pneumonia and during his convalescence did not seem to care for any kind of food . I knew something of Grape-Nuts and its rather fascinating flavor and particularly of its nourishing and nerve-building powers , so I started the boy on GrapeNuts and found from the first dish that he liked it . His mother gave it to him steadily and he began to improve at once . In less than a month he had gained about eight pounds and soon became so well and strong we had no further anxiety about him . An old patient of mine , seventy-three years old , came down with serious stomach trouble and before I was called had got so weak he could eat almost nothing , and was in a serious condition . He had tried almost every kind of food for the sick without...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
S 5 T THE DAIRY < ^ 1 ILff FOR PROFIWii [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 August 1909

S 5 T THE DAIRY &amp;lt; ^ 1 ILff FOR PROFIWii TESTING DAIRY COWS Testing cows for milk yield was very ni , elv illustrated in the summary of five herds of Ayrshire cows tested for the year ending March 31 . One herd of five cows owned in Pennsylvania gave 57 , 811 pounds cf milk which yielded , according to the experiment station method of figuring , 2688 pounds of butter or 537 pounds of butter per cow . The other herds tested similar amounts . The lowest of the five herds produced 2 , 466 pounds of butter or 493 pounds per cow . These are interesting figures when you add to them the possibility of getting two or three cents above the market price for such highgrade butter as is produced under firstclass conditions . In fact , some of these men get fancy prices for all the butter they can produce the year round . It is the difference between doing business scientifically and doing it in a haphazard way . Five hundred pounds of butter a year , which would lie about an average o...

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 August 1909

% Mmmm f oftM W mmWaLmk AW ^ 1 o ° ^ sJPwBPi % m WAMERICANrfciJM V 53 SEPA RATOR DJJgSg gSwftaIssr ^ JH * «- Hirers . Ourcatologtella m ^—^^ mtmiS hhl ^ SoV onM ll ^ MrlT H 1 ° IwnrJX ° llbfra ! l &amp;gt; r &amp;lt;&amp;gt; i &amp;gt; oa ! tton . ^ H * :: ; £ |«^ i « S ; JM | A Bll R J £ tf SEPARATOR CO . Ja ^ H . J ° x ** &amp;gt; * , BAINBRIDQE , N . Y . mT m ^ M mWwi farmer Agents Wanted &amp;amp;*¦ ^ J Von can earn your own Cream I ¦;(»¦« Se ? aiator by giving a little time JHaoSnLana effort to tolling your friends TwK and neighbors about the most j ^ Hlwonderf ul Invention in ^ MlM ICream Separator History—- | gl «*» THE CHICAGO SPECIAL jHBJi Itilow Snpply Oan , eaar cleaning , .. glUiaV T turning , taw parts , dart and oli S | £ wH | A Proot frame , enclosed gearing , blub HiH quality eonatrnotlon , and long lite U 9 u are fitting accompaniment * of tbia HHH wonderful new patented flpvSS Skimming ; Device . XT IT w ? , mllk « anat * ractlYaoff « TOoUi ...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 August 1909

The First Perfect Feeding Device for Cream Separators We have frequently referred to the recklessly untrue statements and claims made by desperate would-be-competitors struggling : to retain Cream Separator business that is going to the United State * Separator . We have repeatedly proved by the records of the United States Patent Office at Washington and by the records in the United States Circuit Courts , also by the records of International Expositions and National Expositions , that most of the claims of these would-be-competitors are false . They are using desperate and false claims in their efforts to make it appear that they are first in everything desirable in Cream Separators . The United States Separator was the first to employ a feeding device in the Separator bowl to deliver the whole milk beyond the cream zone . This device of the United States prevents all conflict of currents and any remixing of the cream and skimmilk in the process of separation . It is far superior ...

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

LIVE STOCK A MUCH GOAT AT OUR SUBURBAN RESIDENCE By J . 8 . Coming A neighbor of ours has just purchased a Jersey cow that bears the fine marks of a good milker . She is fresh in milk , and is giving from eight to nine quarts every twenty-four hours , which is not quite twice as much as Switzerland ( our milch goat ) gave when fre « h . It is now nearly a year since she brought us two thoroughbred kids and began giving us five quarts of very rich and creamy , pure and sweet-tasting milk , contrary to an old tradition that goat s milk is strong . She is now , after eleven months of constant milking , still good for two quarts oi milk a day . The milk is much easier to digest and better food for infants , invalids and family . There is an absence of fear of tuberculosis accompanying its use , as the goat is considered immune from tuberculosis and many other diseases common to the cow . The keeping qualities of the doe s milk far exceed those of cows milk . The cream does not easily se...

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 August 1909

A celebrated Veterinary Surgeon has weU said , when your hog U tick and you cannot tell what u the matta . aMtvforwent . This statement amply proves the ( act that then is no other animal troubled with worm * to so gnat an extent as the hog pratts , HOG WORM POWDER Will positively drive out and kill worms found m shoals , pigs or hogs , and best of all , you can prevent the worms from attacking your animals this coming season by using this guaranteed preparation . You can rely absolutely upon Pratts Hog Worm Powder doing the work . Try it just once ; it will save you many hogs and many dollars . 11 your &amp;lt; Wer cannot supply Too . • end tnUsnsM and 50 centa and we will forward TOU a package prepaid DrapuapMtal far fritta HEW Hag Book , FREE fHrttgoac * ass .. Shoe Boils , Capped Hock . Bursitis VH ^ ffl mre hard to cure , yet ^^ SSHFP will remove , them and leave no blem- ^^^ B lata . Doe * not bliater or remove •¦»¦¦»» the hair . Cures any pita * or swelling . Horse ess be...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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