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

glO DAYS FREE TRIAL rediioon wttravai , wrthosri a « a * after ntlnt the Meyeie 10 dais . D 0 N 0 TBUY £ . w « 2 ££ esont prtef until jeu reeerrs ou salast ¦ Tt ortalogf Ulostmtlnf arerr kind of Merele , and hare learned ear unhsaretisj prases snd marvelous m afsre , ONE GENT . * .: ! 1 M J 2 F . « sr »»» 2 f . ZJ J ? T ™ ! writs , n postal end mn . thine will be sent you tree postpaid of return null . Tou will get ranch valashlola . ternssHon . Do not WUt , writs It DOW . TIKES . Coswto ^ Brakee , malm tntsUmBirlmakoVusuaTprZe ^ Orot £ Oft DeptTIW CHICMO 6 ^ SBPost Cards 3 c If you will write for our Free Offer , enclosing 8 cents for postage , we will mail you , postpaid , six Handsome American Girl Post Cards ( no two alike ) . They are the loveliest ever . Printed In many beautiful colors . A true type of the lovely . merlcB OMstshe appears today , dressed in the very latest style . We want to tell you how you can let hundreds ol beautiful pott cards FREE snd will send you full ...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 14 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 August 1909

My new 20 psge Cstslogus of ANTIQUES is the largest and most comprehensive that I have issued . Contains descriptions mi prices of hundreds of genuine cAntiqucs , Old Furniture ( mostly Mahogany , ) Rugt , Old China , Old Class , Copper , Braa , Pewter , etc Many old ( Colored and Black ) English prints . A fine collection of Antique jewehy , msny very unique pieces . Old Blue Quilts , etc All st very moderate prices . This Catalogue sent free on request lo any one interested in Antiques . MRS . ADA M . ROBERTS Washington , New Hampshire > ... «» »^ ire ^ s « , mm .. i . h MitTiir 777 Ba ^^^*^ t ^^ e taltsretock . aavlnf ¦ - *—* — ¦— - «¦ - — If ¦ -... ¦ .- - ^ sto . 0 ns tilling supplies 50 Dogs 3 days . ^ ma mammssBS ^ KoTslres to elog . Hem overflows , ilwers JS a , lets down water ns needed . GalTasiasd e ^ CttOtj steel . UrtateCT . ars . Wrlte < odayfor ST ^ X booklet ajlvlnal cotutractlon . s ^ L aTfc \^ S 0 TFJs \ T n —**** * ^ t % > % * lsemm...

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 August 1909

W0 m * mtem \ mmmmmmmm % mSmSmmmmWS BNew ! Wonderful ! ^ BAmerican Eagle Kite jf R This is the newest and most wonderful invention of modern times . When | f Kf flying it looks like an Eagle . It has reached a height of 21 . 000 | B B feet ( four miles ) . Is five feet from tip to tip of wings . ifr a Get one free . Read every word . I | fi I^^ . aajaaBaaj ^ k B^^^ $ 1 ^^^^ ^ p ^ M| f IRead About It Um \ _ . . . . . j r i A « .:,. „ ., TTOO-V Kir * « it looks when not in use . When opened it measures five feet from tip to tip of the MS if u The Picture above Shows the wonderful Amer can . Eage « rt « < w 1 M 00 M when not ^ ^ & ^ ^ ^ u « w UK when soaring hundreds and thousands p f feet in the air . Wnen sainng «> « f carrying when you go to picnics , or visiting , or on pleasure trips . Ill if through the air it cannot be told from a huge live bird . It is an actual fact * 0 T r £ ^ as y s „ red hat it will be the wonder of all who see it . You can...

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 August 1909

$ «5 »(THE GREATESTBUILDING MATERIAL OFFER IS49 SEVER PUBLISHED BUYS the MATERIAL to . . . Build this Modern Barn We Furnish all Brand Wm ^^ L^ mwmM—^ * mmm * mmmmmm * aummmmm * mmmmmmma ** mm * mmw nSU ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ H ^ Bk . New High Grade Lumber l ^^^^^^^^^^^ Issssssssssssssssss aasssssssssssssssssssssssssssTSsaBaBM ^^^ asssssl JHfl ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ B . and Building Material ¦ H^^^^^^^^ Hl READ EVERY WORD OF THIS R 3 H 1 ^^^^^^^^ REMARKABLE OFFER 1 M|| B| HP BTBTl . ^ lWBt » j-BslMlSir ^ f 1 ttfiEiFs 1 . ^ f j ^ J OUR HOUSE DESIGN No . 6 I OUR JOIST FRAME BARN No . 221 This is our leader , the best seller of any house ewer designed anywhere , by anybody , at any The above is an illustration of onr famous Joist Frame Barn . It is the most practical and p f f ? , y Because it comes nearer to filling the requirements of a home than any house serviceable barn ever designed . It may be built at a price very much oheaper , and has more of its size ever built . It is 23 ft ...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THE POINT OF VIEW By Edith Virginia Bradt [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 September 1909

THE POINT OF VIEW By Edith Virginia Bradt Tbe FARM PRESS is published monthly at -6 a Ohio St ., Chicago at the subscription price ol as cents ¦ yew , or five years tor $ 1 . 00 . It is edited with scrupulous care lor the benefit and interest ol the farmer and his family . .... Every advertisement in these columns has tbe endorsement » -d guarantee of the FASH PRESS behind It NO SWINDLER HAS MONEY ENOUGH TO BUY SPACE IN THIS PAPER . . *• * - Mention FAKH PUSS therefore when answering advertisements . FRBDK L , CHAPMAN , Editor , A pessimist , we re told . Is one that sees the cloud that lowers , But not its fringe , of gold ; Blind to the silver lining , ll c hear his sad repining ; E en through the sun s clear shining lie sees the distant showers . An optimist , they say , Binds rainbow tints-in any sky , Let storms beat as they may ; What if the dark cloud lowers ! He knows the cooling showers Will bring , the fruits and flowers In Cod s . good by and by . WANTS FARMERS TO GROW ME...

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

Beautiful Post Cards ASet of 10 Tokens of FriendshipPost Cards , printed in four colors , on gold background This black and while reproduction can give you no idea ot the beauty of these cards . They are printed in four colors on a gold background , every flower looking natural and life-like THIS is the most beauttful set of Tost Cards ever ofiY-red . F . very card is a work « f art ; every flower is reproduced in the most natural life-like -md gorgeously beautiful i-.-Ii . rs . The flowers are nM a # old background , making tliem stand out with startling realism . These cards you can mail to frii-wK or relatives at any time—on a birthday or as a memento of your remembrance—they are a most appropriate expression of your feelings The be-iutiful Souvenir Post Cards are fitly named The Tokens of Friendship . They rival nature in her most beautiful and lovely colors , and each card contains a pretty verse of sentiment suitable lor any time or person . While the supply lasts we want ever...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
BIG FARMS and BIG FARMERS NUMBER VI . "THE CORN KING OF THE WORLD" [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 September 1909

BIG FARMS and BIG FARMERS NUMBER VI . THE CORN KING OF THE WORLD By W . Jl . HERSCHELL MR CLORE . THE $ 1 , 000 CUP WON AT OMAHA , AND THE TEN EARS OF CORN THAT CAPTURED THE WORLDS CHAMPIONSHIP WHEN , twenty years ago , Leonard B . Clore married and settled on forty acres three and one-half miles west of Whiteland , he made up his mind not to be an ordinary , plant-by-the-phase-of-tlic-moon farmer . His father , John Clore , had been a farmer , and a good one , too . Young Clore decided to be a grower of corn . He would make his corn have class , the same as other farmers sought 10 have in their cattle and swine . The result is that today Clore can justly lay claim to the title of Corn King of the World , styled so by the awards committee at the national corn show in Omaha last ¦( . ar . Clore has attained a remarkable record as a congrower . The original forty acres of Johnson county farm land has grown to a tract of 128 acres , the rc > ult of his success as a grower of...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
GERMANY'SSUPERIOR ROADS [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 September 1909

GERMANYSSUPERIOR ROADS By ROBERT J . THOMPSON , HANOVER , GERMANY PERHAPS Germany is not more noted for the excellence of its roads than other European countries , but it is not an extravagant statement to say that one never sees in any of the American Western states a country road as good as the poorest to be found here . While this is due principally to the scientific building and maintenance of public roads in Europe , it is , perhaps , likewise attributable in equal degree to the restriction of the highways to a reasonable and workable width . German roads are , perhaps , subjected to a hundred times more traffic than similar roads in the United States . These roads range from twenty to thirty feet in width , while in our Middle or Western states , where the traffic is comparatively light , we take land of an average of $ 100 per acre and cut it up with roadways sixty-six feet in width , practically two-thirds of the same being given over to weeds , which furnish an inexhaustibl...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
glfTHE DAIRY « 3 & Q J jffl FOR . PROFITJiSS [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 September 1909

glfTHE DAIRY « 3 & Q J jffl FOR . PROFITJiSS A WISCONSIN GUERNSEY HERD By J . B . Clark In l 887 we w * e in the same position , h average farmer ; gram raising was on profitable in Wisconsin . We , ?* 1 tie good old Shorthorn , and * ££ . c g _ herd , but it was hard S beef on high-priced land m com- , ; wth the ranges of the West , and fouml b « t Me of the dual purpose icrit that some claim for the Shorthorn . Then we bought a pure bred Jersey bull , and some Jersey grade cows . Perls it was the fault of their early tramin ! but the cows , while good milkers , J ; e as nervous as a lot of wild deer , and the bull almost killed my brother . In that year my father was attracted by the Guernsey cattle exhibited at the Walworth county fair by the late N . K . Fairbank , from his herd at Lake Geneva , Wisconsin , and he visited the herd , purchasing a yearling heifer and bull . From this small beginning our herd has increased , slowly at first , but steadily , until for se...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
„ , SELF-TYING BALERS [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 September 1909

„ , SELF-TYING BALERS W IIR machines that automatically tie G 1 , a 1 * -- are the latest production of the - or :- ! e krtel Company . Their one man , T n h rs . e ] hh y Press bales a ton an hour . * ¦ - ¦• If-tying device now supplied with ^ llr . D ly P rcss es is one of the most an ° ( | 7 r fian , res ever placed on a baler , has solved the problem that has been Doiv T hC hay preSS WOrld for yearS to tl r H ,, reSS Until yOU have written nc Gwr 3 < - Ertel Company , Quincy , 111

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 September 1909

The Coming Universal Use of DE LAVAL CREAM SEPARATORS The same economical considerations which have already brought about the practically universal use of creamery and factory sizes of DE LAVAL Cream Separators are absolutely certain to accomplish the same result in the use of farm and dairy sizes of such machines within the next five years . This is no mere advertising claim but the simple statement of a conclusion based on the logic of facts as positive as to outcome as the solution of a mathematical problem . The same considerations of greater capacity ; closer separation , particularly under hard conditions ; better quality of cream and butter ; more economical operation , and greater durability are bound to ultimately accomplish the same result in the use of small as of large sizes of cream separators . But naturally it requires longer and is vastly more of an undertaking to educate the 2 , 500 , 000 present and prospective American users of farm sizes of separators as to the i...

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 September 1909

(^ , — y The Passing of the Milk Factories Ihas been caused by I The Universal Adoption of Cream Gathering I The Vermont Farm Machine Company are the pioneers in the I cream gathering system . This cannot be successfully denied . I The farm or dairy sizes of the United States Cream Separators made such headway that the proprietors of milk factories , against their will , had to change . The farmers demanded it . Not 10 per cent of the whole milk factories of nine years ago are running today , as such . They have either closed up or changed to cream gathering . the more economical plan . Our would-be-com- ! petitors who are always claiming the earth cannot deny this fact . These would-be-competitors had been supporting the whole milk scheme and fighting the progressive cream gathering system . When they saw that their efforts were futile—that the change was bound to come—they tried to save what they could out of the wreck . If you have read their big blustering advertisements contain...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 September 1909

WIv ^ Ml AW m mm Down M B rWM tL--i ¦ _¦ MMW AMERICAN iFpJjl ^ SEPARATOR LMMth get better value . Save money . B __ fl 2 Deal with the actual manu- ^— - —BBMVs i fucturere . Our catalog tells Ap ~~ mWMaM hh 2 2 l l a ™ . , lt the L 1 S Do . w American ^ M i ° Separator , our liberal proposition . ¦__¦ low prices , generous terms ot pur- __(¦_____ ehase . longtlmcof trial and efficient MMCSBMmt guarantee . Western order * ailed K 3 __ 5 _ H from Weitern points . Address . KjjSgg | Bn AMERICAN SEPARATOR GO .. —ML BOX 1078 , BAINBRIDGE , N . V . HT farmer Agents Wanted SBB Tou can earn yo jr own Oram H _ J- _ r ?* B Separator by giving a little tiiiif vflgXJL and effort to telling your friends SfcB ^ afand neighbors about tho most ^^^ glwonderf ul Invention in t ^ fgfM ICream Separator History—-IIPI-U THE CHICAGO SPECIAL VjMf Itslow Supply Oan , easy cleaning . ¦ nw easy turning , few parts , dust and ni I gmBMSBBk proof frame , enclosed gearing , high f ^ BU quality construction , and...

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

LIVE STOCK FATTENING HORSES FOR MARKET Usual . , carriage horses and other types 0 f horse s , intended for driving purposes , ° arry a sufficient amount of flesh . They hnilil he fat c , 10 U S h t 0 give them a Lnoth appearance . The draft horse , iioivever , is a different animal . He must be uiuwially fat to sell to good advantage . . Vine-tenths of our draft horses which arc sold , weighing from 1 , 600 to 1 , 700 pounds , should be made to weigh from 1 ,- ffif ) to 2 , 000 pounds . The draft horse irarket is a peculiar one , as weight is one of the most important factors in determiniW the price . Dually , every 100 pounds in a draft l , or > e , after he weighs 1 , 600 to 1 , 800 FAT ENOUGH FOR DRIVING PURPOSES . BUT NOT FOR A DRAFT HORSE Puiid > , is worth twenty-five cents a found ; every pound from 1 , 800 to 2 , 100 pounds is worth about fifty cents a pound ; thus the importance of having tlie horse quite fat . It would be advisable for farmers to c *...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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