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The Modesty of Women [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 20 April 1907

The Modesty of Women Naturally makes them shrink from the Indelicate questions , tho obnoxious examinations , and unpleasant local trontments , which some physicians consider essential ln the treatment of diseases ol women . Yet , If help can be had , it is better to submit to this ordeal than let the disease grow and spread . The trouble Is that so often tho woman undergoes all the annoyance and shame for nothing . Thonsands \ * f women who have been cured l > v Dr . THerce s Favorite Prescription writ ^ injQ > ftreciation of the cur e which disj ^ iJh ^ SN ^ jh the examinations und local treatment $ _ OThere | s r [ ft ntl . pf mi-dlcine so euro anrl ~ 5 n . p fr . r < lp 1 l . nt , fl women as Favorite Prescription / 1 It cures debilitating drains . Irregularity and female weakness . It always helps . It almost always cures . It ls strictly nonalcoholic , non - secret , all its ingredients being printed on its bottle-wrapper ; contains no deleteri...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 20 April 1907

SPPAfHI M ** Used y ^ m | _ F- ** • • for 20 Years- A OB I doing good worK today . X ^ KJ good roMon for buying a Dayton . Tha J ** TP __ ^ - ) fi principlns of construction . nd m _ t _ . i _ . _ i used . ____¦? £ - i-V »*** ° rlcM . and lata ., improvements added . J P _ JV ^^ -T Dayton Sprayer , are rapid and eco > 1 $ _ t *_ al fl chemical solutions for duatroyinK Insect m ] l * W Peat , and dlicucfl oa Ucea . vegetable ! TJ ! \ Especially adapted for whitewashing . fIL 1 cold water painting , spraying poultry , cattle . /____ . 1 etc ., and disinfecting pane and atolls . It iMfak washes windows , wagons , etc . aod eitin- // MHoA ginsbes fires . Catalogue ond information free . // JIlEjrt Dayton Supply Co .. Dcpt . J . Dayton , Ohio . , . i ^ tfjl CDDAY * ls Wo * rih While ¦ Infill Buy : t machine that does the ^^ Mw work right—tiiat clonus Its strainer ^^ ju automatically with a brush , mixes liquid £ 3 . \ ff * mechanically so that foliage la never ^ B h ^* bi _ rn...

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 20 April 1907

AJL fvW __ Sf The Usual Jills Are Unknown to This Gasoline Engine The Mo Vickor in the moat satisfactory gasoline enRlno ever put out . Simple , ea * y to understand , easy to run . eon / to keep noing—thata the reason . Other enxinea are too complicated—tender In their inn ( aes—nervous—too many vitals—ono goes wrong Bnd the whole thing « oos to bed till a doctor comes , and the doctor muni bo an expert mechanic But the McVicker han a hardy conetittittfia . It bas oniyX the parts other gasoline engines muat have , we own tho patents thnt do nway with all Chose mysterious cams , tumbling rods , ratchets . Sjars , etc . That s why the McVicker in the only fall liy gasoline engine mado—always able and willing to work , and work hard all the time . You or your 10-year-old boy cnn understand every bit of It in ten minute *—that s why you never need to call in n mechanical doctor . It oant get out of order . Ita action is entirely automatic . All it needs Is a little oil and gasoline—the...

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GARDEN SKKDS TESTED . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 20 April 1907

GARDEN SKKDS TESTED . Last spring we made a careful test ol garden seeds by a method similar to that followed in testing seed corn . We -, ave the seeds eleven days for germinating and have acci > mulated and will give a synopsis of results obtained . The seeds were tested in a germinating box six inches deep and large enough to accommodate 20 two-inch squares marked off on white cloth with a square and lumberman s crayon . This checkered cloth was placed upon three inches of wet sawdust , well packed down , and the seeds from each packet laid upon one of these numbered squares . the packat being marked with the number of the square . Ten seeds were taken from each packet and placed upon the squares and covered with two more cloths and several inches of moist sawdust well packed down . The box was kept at a rather cool temperature 150 to 80 degs . ) for one week , then moved to a more even temperature for four days more . The soil temperature varied from 55 to 68 degrees ...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
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MOSSY LAWNS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 20 April 1907

MOSSY LAWNS . A gentleman living in Oermantown , 9 ., writes , saying that the moss which Qrst started on the north side of the house has spread all over the lawn , and he wants to know what to do to : heck it and get the lawn back into -grass . His inquiry is directed to those having had experience , but the editors mail it to me for answer . I have had no experience along the line of . nqulry but can tell briefly what 1 believe is the trouble and what I should 3 o . However , in the very start there is a difficulty that all mail-order doc- ; ors have to contend with , and that Is that I have to take another person s liagnosls of the disease . Some persons call Gill-over-the-Ground moss . This bad - smelling little plant of the catnip family is sometimes troublesome but generally yields to a continual use of the lawn mower . Theh mosses proper are inoffensive little plants whir ] -, are not at all aggressive and do i _ ot overrun , or run cut anything else when the soil conditions ...

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 20 April 1907

| * 1 OUM * FRFF # ?_ fl _ f _ t _ Cr I tlmt the 8 average man *¦***•*¦ » llkb asPUflJflll II does not know . There I are just two kinds of - > ^ BM ___> ___ S ^ ___ Pa *__ t ^ mmmk m m I rooting — the durable , _ f _ D _ Tn _ f 1 _ E ^ **^* __ T ™ ™ wear-for-ever kind iind Wm ^ mmmmrm ^ b th .- A m m ^ u ^ 1 b & m Jfa _ Pr SEA GREEN OR PURtr < __ rv _• • I PLB 8 lnte roof wl out Tells all about K . oof tng W *** any te * j »«« « . l ^ 2 fj ^|_^|| jg ^ £ 0 nMM |^^^^^ B « B ________ M ___________ l Btructed— and it never requires painting , repairs or replacement . The other kind must be painted frequently and is always out ol repair , ugly to look at , unsanitary , inefficient . and its life at the best la but a matter of a few years . Then you have all the bother and expense over again . A Sea Green or Purple Slate Roof Costs Little More than the ShorUlWed Kind ami never requires painting , repairs or replacement . It is suitable for any...

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TO OHIO GRANGES . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 20 April 1907

TO OHIO GRANGES . When this reaches Ohio readers , every grange in the state should have received a pamphlet entitled Something for Tax Payers to Think About , and a personal letter from the State Master addressed to the lecturer , and A Booklet with addresses by the Master and Prof . Mardis , superintendent of schools at Ontario , O ., upon taxation and school matters , with resolutions adopted by the Ohio School Improvement Federation , of which Prof . Mardis is president . These pamphlets and the letter should go to the lecturers of the sub-granges , but a few may by mistake reach masters or secretaries , in which case they should be turned over to the lecturer of the subordinate grange . The above mentioned pamphlet con tains addresses upon taxation by experts , which were delivered before the Jast session of the State Chamber of Commerce . One adress is by Attorney General Ellis , and is a resume of what has been said before the Tax Commission appointed by Gov . Harris with a v...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 20 April 1907

WE GUARANTEE to stop THE OHIO FARMER Immediately upon expiration of time subscribed for , and we will pay all expenses for defending any suit brought against any subscriber to The Ohio Farmer by the publisher of any farm paper , which has been sent after the time ordered has expired , providing you return such papers to your postmaster unread , tell him to notify the publishers that you refuse to accept them , and you send us due notice before suit Is started . Avoid future trouble by refusing to subscribe for any farm paper which does not print , in each Issue , a definite guarantee to stop on expiration of subscription . The Lawrence Pub . Co ., Cleveland , O .

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RECIPROCITY COMING TO THE FRONT . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 20 April 1907

RECIPROCITY COMING TO THE FRONT . Editor Ohio Farmer : —I feel sure that the readers of your influential journal will be interested in knowing that there is a prospect at this writing that the Congress of the United States will have an opportunity next winter to assist the President and the * Secretary of State In completing a commercial treaty with Germany which shall be worth millions of dollars annually to the farmers and feeders of the middle states . It is generally understood that the commissioners sent by President Roosevelt last autumn to confer with the German authorities , have brought back the basis of a bargain carrying valuable concessions on various farm and feed-lot products . Unfortunately , the necessary preliminaries looking towards the consummation of an agreement oould not be completed in time for submitting the matter to the Congress that recently adjourned , but it is hoped that before the opening of the next session we shall be in position to ask our represent...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 20 April 1907

ESTABLISHED 1848 THE LAWRENCE PUBLISHING CO . EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS . GENERAL OFFICE , KOI . 2119 ST . CLAIR Avo ., _ .. E . CLEVELAND . OHIO . NEW YORK OFFICE , 725 Temple Court Bldg . OHJOAGO OFFICE . 1736 Flrnt Nut . Bunk Bid * . DETROIT , Mieh .. OFFICE . 39 . 5 Congress St ., W . MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE . 529 Andrns Bldg . SP . A . ** _ ¦ l , _* ,. Wi > sh ., (> . * F 10 E . -lI PooplesS . Bk . BldK . 11 J . LAWRENCE President M . W . LAWRENCE Vice-President M . L . LAWRENCE Secretary P . T . LAWRENCE Treasurer M . E . WILLIAMS -v W . I . CHAMBERLAIN / A .. «_ MM « JOHN F * . CUNNINGHAM ) - E U 0 _ , HARRIET MASON \ ba ° * A . J . ANDERSON J TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Three Years , 156 ?«?„ £ $ 1 . 50 TWO YEARS . 104 Copies to oao person $ 1 . 20 One Year , 52 75 Cents Six Months , 26 M 40 We guarantee to stop sending paper when the time for which It Is paid has expired , so that , to avoid missing any numbers , all should renew promptly . Always send money by dra...

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CURRENT COMMENT . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 20 April 1907

CURRENT COMMENT . It has transpired , COIN TY OFFICIAL recently , that a SALARIES . band of county officials have been conspiring , secretly , to secure destruction of the salary law and a return to the plundering fee system . They have been trying to induce Attorney-Gen-eral Ellis to take up the matter and lead in the flght , but they failed in this . Mr . Ellis has proved himself . He stands boldly and fearlessly for the law and shirks no responsibility in enforcing It . The conspirators will have to flght their own battle , and their case is hopeless . The people of Ohio will never go back to the outrageous graft of the old . fee system . The salary system is here to stay . It may be defective in some points , but the defects will soon be discovered and corrected . One thing is certain . The county officials who are active in this conspiracy or who join in the open , organized attempt to destroy the salary law . will ring the death knell of their own political funeral . Not one o...

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LIGHTNING . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 20 April 1907

LIGHTNING . The season for the recurrence of de- . tmctlve thunder storms is rapidly approaching and it behooves every farmer to prepare for it We have no hesitation in saying that the Almighty aas placed the means of protection . rom lightning within reach of man md has given him the intelligence accessary to make these means avauible . If he neglects or refuses to employ them he has no right to complain if a bolt destroys his barn and consents or kills some of his family . The man who regards such calamities as special acts of Providence is still under the influence of pagan supersti- : ion . The Almighty made natures laws md we must abide by them . The man Aho refuses to employ artificial agen- ? ies to protect himself from lightning in the belief that God will protect him , should be consistent in all his acts , md refuse to protect himself from the ; old of winter , the storms of autumn , the heat of summer , and the dashing rain of the thunder storm that sends down the destruc...

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fcvents THE WEEK . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 20 April 1907

fcvents THE WEEK . Leading . Foraker and Taft . — April 8 Attorney General Ellis , of Ohio , declared against the advisability and possibility of conducting direct primaries to determne the people s preference regarding the comparative political fitness of Senator J . B . Foraker and Secretary of War Wm . H . Taft . to receive the support of the Ohio delegation for the presidential nomination . Such a primary , he says , could not be held at public expense , and if held at private expense the regular voting bootlis could not be used and the regular election of officials could not be expected to count the ballots , if the primary were held on a regular election day . He also says that as the primary could not be held under the regular law no one could be punished for buying votes or for stuffing ballot boxes . Senator Foraker delivered a carefully prepared speech at Canton , April 10 . in which he defended his actions as Senator . He denied the right of any one but his constituents t...

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REMOVAL . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 20 April 1907

REMOVAL . The Ohio Farmer is moving . We have leased the entire flrst floor and half of the ground floor of one of the finest power buildings in the city of Cleveland and at present , besides the regular work of getting out the paper , we are seeing to getting our office and shop equipment transferred to the new place . For tho next two weeks , at least , The Ohio Farmer will be printed on the press of the Michigan Farmer , at Detroit . If any irregularity occurs in the arrival of your paper you will know the reason . When we get settled in our new place we shall be able to accommodate our patrons in every way . The building is brand new . commodious in every way and absolutely fire proof . It is brick , concrete and steel . Even the window frames are of steel . It is located on Oregon Ave ., just east of Erie and we shall be pleased to receive calls from our subscribers and advertising patrons at any time after we get settled . i

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 20 April 1907

B . & B . curtains and draperies Immense variety of eveiy type and grade that has merit . Get the business because we do it in a big way . Big assortments of Lace Curtains f Sill Curtains , Lace Panels , Portieres , Rope Curtains , Art Cottons , White ^ Curtain Goods , etc . First of all is the variety—practically everything you want—then a price that we know and youll know pays you to get here for that kind of goods . Finest , choicest printed , yardwide Silkalines , 10 c a yard . Imported , fast color Cretonnes , 25 c a yard . Big table yard-wide Curtain Swisses—Dots , Spots and Figures , 12 ic A hundred fine styles Lace Curtains , $ 2 . 50 a pair . BOCCS & BUHL DEPT . 18 , ALLEGHENY , PA . Save Life and - ^^^^^^ ^^^ i ! Property by placing NATIONAL PURE I COPPER CABLE * L IGH T NING CONDUCTORS i on your buildings . , PERMANENT PROTECTION POSITIVELY GUARANTEED . ^^_^ Endorsed by Insurance companies . H *^ S | The Laws of Lightning ThoKIFPKLTOWER n _ T « Fin...

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 20 April 1907

I LIGHTNING RODS If yon desire yonr buildings rodded by a Competent , Koliablo Agent , send ns your Address and we wUI send you the right party to do yonr work . DO IT NOW BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE . We sell tho kind approved by the Mutunl Flro Insurance Companies and the Ohio State Fire Marshal . Address E . A . FOY & CO ., Cincinnati , O . —8 KCU ! . PtSTIUIItTORSl—J . M . MORRIS , Ashland , Ohio . PRANK WINCET * SONS . Wapakonota , Ohio . S . r . SNIDER AGO f Waahington CH .. Ohl * . CONSERVATIVE BANKING BY MAIL Five million dollars capital and surplus stand between depositors of The Cleveland Trust Company and any possible loss . This bank allows 4 Percent Interest on savings deposits of a dollar or more . Send today for our free booklet I . which will show you how simple it ls to keep an account with this wellknown bank , wherever you live . She Glevelanb Crust Company ( Savings Bank . ) CLEVELAND , OHIO . Capital . $ 2 , 500 , 000 . 00 ; Surplus . $ 2 , 500 , 000 . 00 ...

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[ POULTRY I [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 20 April 1907

[ POULTRY I A GOOD POULTRY HOUSS . Most of the material for the poultry house shown and described here , was taken off the farm . A few loads of stone were procured from a neighboring quarry for tlie wall , but most of them came out of an old bridge which ¦ was taken out near our place and purcha Id for a small sum . A trench was rro . 1 . —GOOD FABSI touvtm BOUSE . mig to 18 inches deep and filled with cobble stones which were pounded down and upon this the wall proper was laid , The wall was laid in cement mortar and afterwards pointed with mortar containing enough Portland cement to make it as hard as the stone when dry . It is necessary to use a mortar FIG . 2 . —SHOWING lli . \( U : [ . PEBOHE 8 AMI DROPPING BOARDS . strong in cement for pointing or the fowls will pick it all out in a short time . The dirt from the trenches was thrown inside and graded up so that FIG . 3 . —_* EST BOXES . it was 12 or 15 inches higher in the center of the room than it was at the wall on each si...

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