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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 September 1909
I rices for Stoves &amp; Ranges ¦ t Factory Prion , Save » ie . OO HOSIER STOVES Wonderful Fuel Savera and Easy in . n ThesOnewWio Improvements make them the finest stores and rangeelntheworld . Why not buy the best when you can buy them at mch lowunheardofFaetorrprlces . 9 * Hoo ** ers are delivered tor you ase 80 day a tree In your own home re you buy . A written guarantee . each etove , backed by a Billion iin « . t _„ . , J 8 - Our new lido Improvements oa raves absolutely surpass anything ever produced . • _«? . ™ i . ,, 0 ••¦• Toam V tor *— Cataloiue . Jooaasiov ... ttiOBY , u 4 st &gt; ttst-H-ta . b _ __^^ f ^* x * Mmmm ^^ . ^* jy • JIGS FOR SALE manTiuS flne - Wi bIood . *&lt;*»&gt;* Chinas ,-t * o PRICES p ^ -r , 8 - ! 1 wffl wUafew at BARGAIN -W voa m ? E t sllk ! tl ! e b » nch shown here . 4 months two em , w ^? ^ 0 * 8 , 2 - 0 Oe «* . or three , a boar and • twite t .. ?* . ? 30 00- , They are smooth , rangey stock . I S ? 1 * are * r ° n...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 September 1909
I ^ 0 ^ 11 Six Birds ^^ % k . mB * 9 ^ I with Six Successive Shots ^ W fr jl if you shoot with a ^ % t STEVENS WRepeating Shotgun d IBM ( Brownings Patent ) Mt gJI The Stevens Brownings Patent has been adopted by hunters who AM ILMB would have nothing to do with the common pump gun . It MM j _ HF is the fastest , easiest working gun made . 12 gauge , nammer- Mm J _ H [ less , absolutely safe , magazine automatically emptied . Can be km Mmml taken down or put together in eight seconds . AM Wr POSITIVELY NON-OLOQABLI M M \ Easy to clean , strong , durable and handsome . An hoar with a JtW MM Stevens behind the traps , in the field or ia the blinds , . will prove am i-flN _ B even * claim we make for it . ^ Bm IMMM *** your Dials * and insist on STEKU . K you cannot obtain , we am IMmm Will » hiP direct , express prepaid , upon receipt of catalog price . AMY MMM \ Tbe big Stevens catalog , full of detailed information , witb A MW JffijHJj description of Stevens Repeating Shotgun , gent...
FARM FUNNYGRAPHS [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 September 1909
FARM FUNNYGRAPHS But , my lord , e said it was im what stole the orse . * What were his exact words ? Did he say , I stole the horse ? Oh , no , my lord ! Your lordship s name was never mentioned . Mrs . Hayseed ( whose son is at college)—George writes ^ that he is taking fencin lessons . Mr . Hayseed—I m glad o that . Ill set him a-diggin post holes when he gits home . Edwin , aged four , owned a picturebook in which a fierce-looking cow was running after a small boy . He looked at it a long time , then carefully closing the book he laid it away . A few days later he got the book again , and turned to the picture . Bringing his chubby fist down on the cow , he exclaimed in a tone of triumph : She ain t caught him yet ! Recently an automobile ran down and killed a hen . He was a conscientious automobilist . Instead of racing along , unmindful of the grief of the owners of that hen , he immediately stopped , got out , tenderly picked up the unfortunate fowl and rang the doorbell of t...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 September 1909
WrmEvDwRoLLXrfgj- ^^ Tfflfii Tvux PROTECTS You MpCiy ^ A * r Y W r Lots of manufacturers are keen to tell ^_ jfa ,. 4 t * S you what their goods are made of . AMMW &amp; S They give you a beautiful word picture MMfflr ° ^ a niarvelous and mysterious gum that ffBmY 1 ^ on ^ jr ^ y can produce . Others tell you of the * MMT reai rubber that they use—and so on . Br Regarding Congo Roofing , we have only two W statements to make : , WT First—We believe it is the best ready roofing made f Second— -Because we believe that , we give a genuine Surety Bond with every roll , which guarantees threeply Congo for ten years . These bonds are issued by the National Surety Company , and they are as good as a government bond . No other roofing manufacturer dares give such a guarantee . You take no chances when you buy Congo . There is no gum in it to make it sticky ; there is no rubber in it to get brittle . It is made of the best roofing materials that it is possible for us to purchase unde...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 September 1909
r-FOR SALEA section of land in sunny Southern Alberta two miles from little Bow River and only four miles East from the little town of Carmang-ay . Price , $ 22 . 00 per acre . This land will raise 20 bushel of spring -wheat and from 25 to 30 bushel of -winter wheat per acre . Terms * 3 , 000 cash . Balance on time at six per cent interest . This land will double In value within six years and will more than pay for Itself meanwhile by the net profit from crops it produces . For full info rmation address J . S . AINSLIE 1448 Lawronco Aw ., CHICAGO
jS ? ALL AROUND THE FARM g > [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 September 1909
jS ? ALL AROUND THE FARM g &gt; MODERN CONVENIENCES AND FARM LIFE By A . Cressy Morrison There is a distinct advance in the standard of living in the country . Aside from I ., W eIi-known and much-talked of m- ; 0 „&lt; . tlie telephone , rural free deliv- . improved machinery and domestic l L nK ** ces . there has , in the last ten l , afi developed a demand throughout the ivln . ie United States , where intelligent farmers are fully alive to modern prou- .. ; for a better means of illumination . Improved lamps and lanterns have been developed , but the progress in this line hs „( , t been great , for the very good rca- &lt; nn that about every known means of h-rning oil so as to secure the best ilInniination bad already been worked out . It is not probable that any great further progress will be made along these lircs . There has , however , come into the farm home a new means of illumination which gives to the farmer the very best light which the world aff...
IK ©_ s &< i 5 « E __ adl © G _& s « = ! L _ j § £ Hfl From Crtujslhiedl Sttoime [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 September 1909
IK ©_ s &amp;&lt; i 5 « E __ adl © G _&amp; s « = ! L _ j § £ Hfl From Crtujslhiedl Sttoime TWENTY years ago the oil lamp had already been driven out of the city into the country home where gas could not follow—so wo thought . In those days we would have laughed at the idea of a country home lighted with gaslight . But like the telephone and free mail delivery gaslight has finally left the city to become a common rural convenience . In the year 1909 , the up-to-date villager or farmer not only lives in a gas lighted house , same as his city cousin , but when he drives home on a cold , wet night he actually lights up his barn , his barnyard or porches on his house with thi 3 gas-light by simply turning an ignition button on a post or wall . * * • And this change seems quite liko magic when you consider that this rural gaslight is home-made—made by the family itself right on the premises . Take fifteen minutes once a month to make all that can be used in a larg...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 September 1909
S50 TO $ 300 SAVED Ka ^ f- *?* - • * ¦ *•» * - ¦ »» - *« data-. J hZtT T 1 ^ Cndotawtard Guollae AJ liuiiilr . d &lt;* ae- » or ] obben b &gt; Tw to aay for Js 7 ¦ * £ _ *« - b ottoijj . fc , rj ^ jrWwnr &amp; IJ , u * l , y ¦ P--I- lorthenmhea J ^ fewtmSi S * * &amp; wh Iwh * _* 3 _ T 0 a » * trsa « u - r uj h &lt; -e «» dlwr « _ rV _ TTHala W **&gt; AwihltfO mi * ATATAY HOB ot money _^ w « 3 rwi » . aoy ^) r t jgwri , &lt; lM , &gt; « 0 . *¦* - ( % , ^ H ^^__ W . &amp; AT lal DrOBOaMloa . All -WadFinVl / material , l » bo , end _~! 4 G ___! Sa ____ flr _ K * aa &lt;| n * llP ~ e &gt; l . Sejdloi ynN ^ HI Wm . Callow Pre * . * - — - iSMmBs * MMm \\ mV ~ —• flail- * Co . ^ amKjjma \\\\ wV Ws naiiowarsutlea ^^*^^^ B ^^^ WBiffUfc mmJWB
Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 September 1909
TaomsVif w \ S- ¦ ¦ pi a HHH((SY 5 TEM )&amp; 24 A_ - _ -k ^ VS . yO-YO- ^ AI ^ ASI ^ JwNA DIAl-OrVD OB A WATCH NN » w J- « *^„„ , « Matonr ^» KmoaMnlTer !« lti , l ^ 9 f n 4 J &lt; _ S ,, r ^^ aaH ^ S ^^_ 7 i ^__^ afil « r ^ o-te-il ^| it bsjsrtrtHuf lllu « rmtlo _» ofbleruooda , Watdie . -VilaTmlltt ondeUrery ; balance ta « monthly i » -- «~ te . WVr ^^ mtummma * m . . mathiaOlemoad . Itwlilpar ¦&lt; m _~ ne Old Reliable . Oriqlnal Diamond I better than aavintra bank Interwt , for Diamonds increase lOFTIS and Wata * Credit Houte 11 » **»*» * - »» M to 10 * • year . Writ , iMar far i * . cauls * . MillllBI Pept . K 895 , ItllUteSt .. CMsne , IU .- ¦ r-iehStore *; WtU *&gt; ur « . F ... andsttoula , ¦« . ^ GOLD WATCHp ^ i . k , 25 Ao p s n T J0 0 „ dHM __ rarr ourwatchuaoidpiatoa My * ttmff 3 fMffi &amp; __! CARDS . !* / HM _ rHmmam * nOTto *_ J &gt; l 0 * -5 i &lt;™ « I , F _ ftl _ M ___ Q 5 «_&gt;* -S Flowers , landsc...
GOVERNMENT LAND GRABBERS [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 September 1909
GOVERNMENT LAND GRABBERS Yes ; the way to wealth is up hill , Over roads you have to pave Not with big things you wish for , But with Uttie things you save . Illegal fencing of public lands in the West is not practiced to the extent that it was a few years ago . The vigorous methods of prosecution and conviction under orders from ex-President Roosevelt have had a salutary effect , but it seems to have been very difficult to secure convictions and prison sentences for the guilty rich . It will be remembered that about four years ago in Omaha three such fellows were given sentences of six hours each , but the United States government ordered new trials and the cases have been appealed from time to time e * cr since . The prosecutions while almost entirely stopping the practice of enclosing government land with wire fences have opened the way to fraudulent entries in the interest of the fellows who . formerly did the fencing . In Nebraska twenty-three suits have been brought against di...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 September 1909
T- » T *« j —» i M—«** * ¦* I _ £ p _ r 5 _ « 5 i _^ S 2 L ___ sis ^^ jggBggg-3 _ jWj . r— - • J - E * V PUBLISHED MONTHLY BY FARM PRESS PUBLISHING CO . 141 Ohio St . CHICAGO , ILL . Entered aa . Second-Class matter Dec . 10 , w * * the Postoffice at Chicago , III . underact of Match 31 , i » r » .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 September 1909
TERMS : SubacrlptloM as cents a year . Five Yean Subscription ! fi . 00 . Be _ lttanetol Send money in the way moat safe and con venient ddreesto the FAHH PRESS , 1 &amp; 4 _ . Ohio St ., Chicago . K M .. —alal Sulscribers should renew promptly on the explriflonrf their aubscripdon . il they wish tte FARM PRRSS conttoued . Chance of Addreaai Subscribers desiring change of address should give old as well as new residence . Please write plainly .
ACORD AVARIABLE QUANTITY [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 September 1909
ACORD AVARIABLE QUANTITY To the farmer havesting his small u M , „ | I ,, t and to the man laying in logs i . ir the large fireplace of his country or -ia-ide home ; to the paper manufacturer l . iiyiiig pulpwood , and to the proprietor of the ordinary city woodyard—to all of tlk-.-e men this question has a dollar-and-cints meaning . Strange to say , and contrary to the belief of most people , there are manyt times u hen a cord is less than a cord , and many I - , iiilitions when it is more . School arithmetics say that a cord of wood is 128 cubic feet , or the contents of a pile eight hit long , four feet high and four feet wide . Wood is marketed on this basis . A pile whose length , breadth , and height multiplied together gives this number of cubic feet , tills this requirement , no matter whether the sticks are long or short , straight or crooked , round or split , un-K-.-s there is an understanding to the contrary . Nevertheless , a cord , though it ernes up to legal measureme...
FARM PHILOSOPHY [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 September 1909
FARM PHILOSOPHY There arc always people trying to cure this world s drought by writing essays on irrigation . It is always easy to find arguments to back up appetites . If you would please the pigs you must wallow in the trough . While a man is grubbing up one sin , two are growing behind his back . I . uck is the first word on the lips of the loafer . If the Lord had loved us less he would have let us live without labor . The only plums you can digest are tlie ones you deserve . When we become angry our judgment leaves us . Truth needs no exaggeration , beauty no embellishment . Flashy people give the world little light .
Public Inspection Invited [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 September 1909
Public Inspection Invited On the main building of the Hoosier St . ne Factory , at Marion , Indiana , is a large sign which reads as follows , Pubbe * inspection invited from 8 : 00 A . M . to -1 : 110 1 J . M . Hoosier Stove Co . lhis means that anything in connection with the manufacture of Hoosier stoves and ranges , from the pig iron in die jard to the finished nickeling , is open or inspection . It is quite interesting to e who never saw a stove made to i . llHv its course through this factory . Wt have the privilege of examining for Join-elf the exact materials used iu a - ¦ \ e should you want to buy one . Hie Hoosier Stove Factory sell their - o » ls to the people at factory prices . It is said their 1910 improvements on stoves • iiul ranges are superior to anything ever produced . They have one of the most ilcrii plants in the world , every maIlime l . eiug run by electricity . The stoves ley manufacture are of such fine matell and workmanship they are glad to ave visitors ...
THE FARM BUILDER [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 September 1909
THE FARM BUILDER ? THOROUGHLY WELL BUILT ICE HOUSE An ice house designed for a large dairy farm is shown in the cuts . It is sixteen by twenty feet in size and it is sixteen feet high to the caves . The foundation is a concrete wall set three feet in the ground to be below frost . There is good drainage provided by putting in tile in the excavation and the tile leads off to a drain in the hillside . The foundation wall , eight inches thick , is made of concrete in the following way : Four parts broken stone , three parts sand and one part cement , well mixed while dry , then thoroughly mixed rather wet and filled in between plank cribbing . To those who are not accustomed to laying a wall , I would suggest that the plank cribbing be built up between stakes , allowing a space the width of the wall between the planks . The only particular part of the operation is to get the cracks between the planks close ICE AND MILK HOUSES COMBINED Side elevation of an ice house with milk house atta...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 September 1909
12 VV matter ? Why , £ HIUj _ £ | lubricant on theaxlea , ^^ P ^ i y * . # and the wagon drags , ^ t ^ i j V the horse pulls hard , ^ dMM ^ and the driver is f , jjlji i ^ MCA ^ l Axle ___ n Gre &amp; se i ^ HLMM t- ^^^^^^^^^^^ B ^ J will end such con- AI ^^^^^ fl ditions . It s all the II A f _~^^ ____ difference between /]/ J Iw ^ L ^ H easy ridingand hard By J i r \\ ^_ l push behind , or a fAuH Dl /^ t double team on a nlH JM //_ B I that ends axle trou- r * -IB ^_ - !^ al I Ask your dealer M W I for Mica Axle Grease « H W / STANDARD OIL CO . 1 K | Ml GET AN AVERY To Do Your Fall Plowing ¦ gmlllg mm ^ &gt; ^ m m ^ m mmaaaaaaaamm CrilQd * A m \\ _ MM \ MW r \ M it , N A-wMmj ^ aa ^ a ^ aMAAM-g M * ¦ ¦¦ ¦ ¦¦¦ I ^ ^ ^ HI i r . JMK ***** W MMMMMMM \ Because if ¦ Uedfmoinrled . Ilbss . • lasroesssl Durability . No pulling strains en hollar . , More Power . Straight line pull from cylinders to load . Creator Ceavealeaee . Screw-abaft guide , etc . Can be used with the ...