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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 August 1909
Contrast a dried out , VjKf weather-worn strap from 4 P ^ a harness ignorant of oil , JS ^ b with the soft , glove-like ff iakg springy quality of leather U | H oiled with . J / j W EUREKA ff 3 Harness 01 (oJThink how much better S M | the leather looks ; how IM much easier it isfirathe UU || horse ; and how much ¦ JH longer it will wear . Noth- IM ing like Eureka Oil to WR make a harness soft and HI black Ask your dealer . MM STANDARD ( ML COMPANY Mill ( Inootporatad ) m ^ fj 3-STRQKE SELF-FEED HAY PRESS , SiSSS Hrs——¦ • »»•*»• ¦ •« Iron *— ** anflrfU 1 Two Ms * can mail . _ JkBwfib3 l * lm ThsHulo-FedstiHsyhMsCt SmmmmSaWSmaW • Stt * -i 2 la &lt; t- U -. Mg . mSMCKMWmwHmW ItsklerCslslsfusllo . i ;
THE FARM VETERINARY [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 August 1909
THE FARM VETERINARY PHIGUE , - or several years past the sheepmen of „ , S , uthwest have suffered serious losses t a disease known among the Mexican hC . £ ue h popularly supposed to be « l bv eating either the leaves or roots T ^ ani w- ch has in the last few . been quite prominent in the pub- • r Tti rubber plant or rubber 1 l &lt; Whether this is a true rubber 2 or not is a matter which does not ? rest the sheepmen so much as some ncdy for the sickness that follows it . n IL by their sheep . On the Carson \ l . ional Forest in New Mexico , Forest K „ , „ cr Bert Phillips , in whose district a ,: ,:,: many sheep recently died from UIMRUC , after making a study of the sicku . « suggested to the sheepmen whose , „ in ; : ils were dying with it , that drenches i , f hot water and salt might prove efficacious . , Ihe materials for the remedy were so nuickly obtained and the remedy so easily • uliiiinistered that several of the owners ,.. ive the plan a trial . The sick sheep ...
FARM FUNNYGRAPHS [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 August 1909
FARM FUNNYGRAPHS I was just reading of a man who has a hen that can sing ; another man has a hen which whistles and imitates various birds . I don t care for these vaudeville hens . A hen should stick to the legit , and lay eggs . The Vicar— Do you give your dog any exercise , Mr . Hodge ? Farmer Hodge— Oh , yes , he goes for a tramp nearly every day . Fust time you ve ever milked a cow , is it said Uncle Josh to his visiting nephew . Wal , y do it a dura sight bctter n most city fellers do . _ It seems to come natural somehow , said the youth , Hushed with pleasure . Ive had a good deal of practice with a fountain pen . So Wild Bill died of a snake bite ? Whar did he git bit ? Oh , th snake didn t bite Bill , in snake bit Tough Tompkins , an Tompkins drank two quarts o * th remedy an then shot Bill . A little five-year-old boy astonished his mother one day by urging her to see if his chin whiskers had not com menced to sprout . Another time , standing before her and looking into he...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 August 1909
gAfj j DWICI + r ^¦ 9 ^^^ H ^^^| HSH ^ Two HAY PRESS The Baler for speed . Bales 1 ] to 18 tons * day . Has 40 inch feed hole . Adapted to bank barn work . Stands up to its work—no dining holes for wheels . Salt-feed Attaehmenl Increases capacity , lessens labor , makes better bales and doea not Increase draft . Send for catalogue , i SUMCl lM ^ h j SOIIMlSt j ^^ m * Vft ruu rower nay JjBfM Prew , EaaiertWork , ¦ fgm * HanJie , Mort Hay a oontlnnous travel , fnil circle , all steel press with numerous exclusive advantages saving money , time , labor . No step-overpitraan—notricky toggle-Joints—no pile-drlvtng rebound . No waste power . Rocker Tucker—an exclusive feature—turns out Smooth Balsa that pack well , sell better than ragged bales . We also make best belt-power press on market . Write forcatalogand letters from users . Watt until yon get word from us before you buy any press . Dain Manufacturing Company 878 Vim St ., Ottumwa , Iowa AV ^^ Mm I Cjtlost ^^ ^ asW three stroke se...
FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 August 1909
FARMERS CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY What is known on the Pacific Coast as the Farmers Educational Co-operative Union controls a wheat output of more than 40 , 000 , 000 bushels annually . There are more than 15 , 000 members , and the society owns forty warehouses , and they are making arrangements to control a hundred more . The warehouses are situated in Washington , Idaho and Oregon . The Union has representatives at every important point on the coast to look after the interests of the farmers and keep them posted . When arrangements are completed the members will know every day the exact prices on the coast without depending upon the gamblers for quotations . The society has recently filed a complaint with the Inter-State Commerce Commission in regard to exorbitant freight charges in the Spokane country and tide-water pcints in Oregon . GERMAN CITY GARDENING Consul-General Richard Guenther reports that to encourage gardening among the working classes the city authorities ot Frankfort ,...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 August 1909
_ TWTWu ~ l M—O * l ^ HlfiBS PUBLISHED MONTHLY BY FARM PRESS PUBLISHING CO . 164 Ohio St , CHICAGO . ILL . Entered il Second-Class matter Dec . jo , «« oi at the Pottoffice at Chicago , III . underact of March 31 , I » T » . TERMS : «« baerlpUsmt • $ cent * » ye - a * r »» Vtm Subsainrloni fs . 00 . KeenUUneMi Send money In the wMmoft « jfc end con- . enlmtTadSSate the FARM PRBSS , « 4 fe . Ohio St .. Chicago . Renew » lM Subscriberi should renew promptly on the expiration of thdr subscriptions if fhejr wlih the FARM PRRSS continued . . , Chance of Addreau Subscribe ™ desiring change of address should give old as well as new residence . Pleetm write plainly .
THE FARMERS'FORUM [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 August 1909
THE FARMERSFORUM PHOTOGRAPHING FARM ANIMALS i . Jitcr Farm Press : I A cry farmer has one or more animals • hat he would like to have photographed . Ieiueen now and October is the time to li ; ve it done . Snapshots can be taken better in the summer than any other time i the year . It is usually impossible to ¦ M a good picture of an animal with a : i : » e exposure . The best time of the day ! ,, r photographs is before ten o clock in ¦ ¦ ¦ morning or after two o clock in the •&gt;! :. TIII &gt; I . II . The animal should face the ~ ui with the camera at right angles to Ii * sun and the length of the animal . •\ i-u-r take a picture from a front view ri | V-s you just want the head , because ¦ v proportions of the animal will appear li-i . irted . lie lens should be the same distance ii the hips , from the head and from !! shoulder . It is better not to have iiy objects in the background . Select : i lulltop , if you can , with nothing bcJ -ml but a clear sky ; then...
m @ POULTRY mm [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 August 1909
m @ POULTRY mm THE FEEDING OF FOWLS By Jamas Dryden In the feeding of poultry on the farm it is practicable to give them simple food , for when they have the liberty of the fields they will pick up a large proportion of what they need . If the farmei were to confine his fowls in close yards and feed them the way he usually does on free range , the effect would be a poor egg yield and a loss of vigor in the fowls . The nearer we can follow nature s teachings in the feeding of poultry the better will be the results . There is no one food that will meet all the requirements of the fowl . It is not a question of wheat or corn or oats so much as it is a question of vegetable and animal foods , or again of protein and fat . They arc fed plenty of corn and wheat , but there is usually a lack of animal food . If the fowls have access to such animal food as meat scraps and insects to be found on the farm , they will themselves correct the undue proportion of fat-form-ing elements in the corn...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 August 1909
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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 August 1909
International Auto Buggy Youll Arrive Where You re Bound When You Start in this Car It is the leading car for country-road travel . Up hill and down , over all kinds of roads , you go safely and rapidly as well as pleasantly . Its high wheels and powerful driving mechanism especially fit it for the kind of service that puts the low automobile out of business . It is under as perfect control as the highest priced automobile . You can go at any speed you like , two to twenty miles an hour . There are no tire troubles because the tires are solid rubber . You have the least concern about fuel supply or operating expense . The Auto Buggy carries a supply of gasoline sufficient to last for a journey of 75 to 100 miles . It is something to be able to go at a moment s notice , without the trouble of hitching up or the care of horses . The Auto Buggy , with or without top , and with single or double seat , enables you to go alone or with your family in a conveyance you will be proud to ride ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 August 1909
THE BIRD THAT TAKES THE CAKE THE FARMERSFIRESIDE The American Eagles a noble bird , The American Turkey is great , The American Goose is the pick of tl flock , The American Duck s up to date . The American Quail , when served on toast , Is a bird that s not bad to take , le But the American Hen , with her cheerful lay , Is the Bird that takes the cake . CLOVERDALE PARISH UJAH LICKPBNUY WRITES ABOUT THE WOMAN WHO ALWAYS WARTS TO MANAGE OTHERS Dear Jess : — Theres a heap ov things around the farm that ort to be seen to , and I spect sum folks wud think it was most the same ez extravagance fur me to set here in the house a writin to you by daylight , when I cud jest ez well as not be out on the place a stirrin around doin sumthin that wud be about the same cz findin a pocketbook with munny in it , but Ive got a kind ov a mizry in my back this mornin from havin ben bizzy all the week and hawlin saw logs , and so I told the old woman at brekfust time that I bleeved I wudent do nothin tod...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 August 1909
^^^^ gggggj V^ jP ^ ROOFii \ FREE SAMPLE % THERE are two important I points to be remembered in I connection with Amatite I Ready Roofing . I 1 st . It has a real mineral I surface . I 2 nd . Jt is waterfroojed with I Coal Tar Pilch . The mineral surface makes painting absolutely unnecessary , and the Coal Tar Pitch waterproofing is the greatest known enemy to water . You are sure of the very best protection at the lowest possible cost , when you buy Amatite . Send for free sample and booklet . Barrett Manufacturing Company , New York , Chicago , Philadelphia , Boston , Cleveland , Cincinnati , St . Louis , Pittsburg , Kansas City , New Orleans , or Minneapolis . 4 % HAIR ON THE FACE ^ B fc * -m NECK AND ARMS In- • sj ^ HPH stantly Removed wlth- ^^ Kft : \ W out Injury to the Most ^ K ; LW Delicate Skin . «|&amp; JHftM &gt; 4 S &amp; fe In compounding an Incomplete £ &amp;|||§|^ V § f § i | g mixture was accidentally spilled on s ^^^^^ K ^ | ii » . * ...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 August 1909
A ^ K sw ^ XTWT A ^\ sw ^ VNEVER LEAK ^/ , UI \ UKjROOFTN G- ^ S _ a ^ BSBBBsBBSB » t . aalllllllTlilll IMI MlfflWHM I -m Congo on ABen Panel Co . a Building . , Johnson City , Tenn . I ^ LIABLE , durable , easily laid , and of nich waterproof qualities that H I JT &gt; t equals rubber itself in keeping out water—that s Congo . H H Storms do not affect it , neither does heat nor cold . H H Congo doesn t dry out or rot out . I Every roll runs uniform throughout , with smooth , even edges . H H Nails , caps and cement free in center of each roll . H I Congo gives maximum service with minimum care . H I A genuine Guarantee Bond of the National Surety Co . with every roll H I It s worth while writing for a free sample . Do it to-day . I I UNITED ROOFING AND MFG CO . I H Successors to Buchanan Foster Co . H 594 WEST END TRUST BLDG * PHILADELPHIA , PA . ¦ CHICAGO SAN FRANCISCO J ^¦ sW FREE This ELE 8 MT LADYS 80 LD-IHITML WATCH . fflilwti &amp; i »» mmWWJSmm \ P «*&...
. YOUNG FARM FOLKS [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 August 1909
. YOUNG FARM FOLKS HOW CLIFFORD WAS CURED I wish there were no old d . shes to wipe , whined Clifford . I never saw on J little supper make so many . Rob White never wipes dishes , and I think it s hateful that I have to do it . Mrs . Fagan looked at Kim in dismay . Why , Clifford , I thought you enjoyeJ helping mother , she said . Clifford felt sorry about the pained look on his mother s face . I do liko to help you , mother , and all that , but dishes arc girls work . I wish I didn * have to wipe any more for a whole month , anyway . Well , you need not , said Mr . Fagan , who just came into the room . Why needn t I ? questioned Clifford . I had a letter from Cousin Helen Webb today , and she wants you to visit her for a month . She says she wains some life in the old home , explained Mr . Fagan . • i &lt; , J Clifford dance 1 in glee . May I go ? he questioned . I never saw Cousin Helen , but I know she would be fine . It will be great fun to visit in a little town . So i...