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Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 20 April 1907

We Trust the People Everywhere Furniture and Household Goods CREDIT TO YOU WHOEVER YOU ARE AND WHEREVER YOU LIVE . This tho original and greatest of Americas mail order furniture concerns , which also owns the blu stores In Americas 25 largest cities , will eell * to any man or woman anywhere , as little or as much furniture as they want on the easiest and most dignified terms of monthly open account credit in existence . Wo will create new homes anywhere , charge you absolutely nothing for the credit accommodation and guarantee you a saving from 25 to 45 per cfint on the prices of every other houso in the world . SEND US A POSTAL CARD TODAY ^ t ^ ra £ & £ } % - £ A , !& ££ : hold goods , carpets , ruus . stoves , ranges , refrigerators , baby carriages , go-carts , pianos and talking machines , and seo for yourselves our remarkably low prices aud extraordinary termsof credit . OPEN A MONTHLY CREDIT ACCOUNT BY MAIU ^? . M . Wi !? £ 5 S be enrolled on onr book...

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

[ HOUSEHOLD I STUDYING MUSHROOMS—3 . PU-UROT-LS . The genus Pleurotus is usually recognized easily because it grows on trunks of dead trees or stumps , and has the stem growing from the sldo of the cap instead of the center . The plant often appears to be growing directly from the trunk of a tree . in closely crowded clumps , almost without stems , and is very common in the au ILEUBOTUS . tumn after rains . It has white spores . There is no poisonous member of this genus . The elm Pleurotus ( Pleurotus ulmarius ) is so called because it is often found growing on dead elm branches or trunks , and from wounds of living trees . But . it is not confined to the elm . It is a large species , easily distinguished from other varieties of Pleurotus by the long stem and by the gills being notched near the stem . The elm Pleurotus has long been known to be edible , and is of excellent flavor . The Oyster Pleurotus ( Pleurotus ostreatus ) is so called because of its shape , which is thought to ...

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

A Sky Line of Carey Roofs ENOUGH MILES of Carey s Roofing have been put on buildings since 1873 to make a pathway across country from the Atlantic to the Pacific and back again ! The Louse , barns and outbuildings of MICHAEL LINK , at Mitchell , Ills ., shown above—are aii covered with CAREYS SSSf ROOFING CABBYS is tho Time-Proof Boot . It withstands the assaults of the elements- Is flro-rosisti-iK , wind and moisture-proof , and will not EOT , BUST , MELT OR BREAK It loses neither Its life nor elasticity . Is equal ! y adapted to flat or steep surfaces aud mav be laid over leaky shingles or metal roofs , without the expense of removal Knife and hammer ore the only tools needed in its application . The Carey Patent Lap , on exclusive Carey virtue , covers and proteole nail-heads insuring a neat , everlasting , moisture- proof union of sheet to sheet and Booting to roof-boari In ilu , composition of Caroy B Roofing , 6 nl » tho htghoet urade of woolen felt of onr own manufacture Is u...

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

Please Mention THE OHIO FARMER When Writing to Our Advertisers .

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15 YEARS OP ECZEMA . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 20 April 1907

15 YEARS OP ECZEMA . TerriiIe Itching Prevented Sleep — Tore Bandages Away to Scratch —Got No Permanent Relief Until Cuticura Cured in 6 Days . I had eczema nearly fifteen years . The affected parts were my hands , arms , and legs . They were always itchy , and I could not keep from scratching them . I had to keep both hands bandaged all the time , and at times I would have to tear everything off my hands to scratch the skin . I could not rest or sleep . I had several physicians treat me , but they could not give me a permanent cure , nor even could they stop the itching . After using the Cuticura Soap , one box Cuticura Ointment , and two bottles CuticiKa Resolvent for about six days the itching had ceased , and now the sores have disappeared , and I never felt better in my life than I do now . Edward Worell , Band SOth , U . S . Infantry , Fort Crook , Nebraska .

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Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 20 April 1907

IMMpi ^^^ LoW ^ TREE ^ igl T R A ^ 7 / POSTS \ LIMBS ^ Hard and Soft Coal or Coke IN A MAJESTIC FURNACE Heres a happy Idea . A furnace that not only burns hard or soft coal and coke , but also accommodates two to four foot wood without splitting , for sawing . It s a great convenience to get an economical , paying heat from all sorts of rubbish , stumps , old rails , etc . The Majestic Furnace Is all cast iron , durable , simple to understand ; is eas , dust and smoke-tight , will heat any house ea sily with wood or coal . Ail parts interch ance able . Has rocking grates . Note the radiator . Wc also make a round furnace . Youlllearn alotfromour free furnace book E ^ ..= 5 ^ -g ^^ - » - ^ full of illustrations . ¦ RU ^ RMHKTOR \ Write today for it , _ T ~ a .-fr- ^ -in —t— giving us a rough z ^ O ? i \ T i rr 1 p lan of your house . 1 && 1 llllllll We will quote you tt- ^ It LU ±£ ?? fl p rice of complete FIT = ^ n £ 3 iB t : outfit ; every thing mail ^ Q &am...

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Page 21 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 20 April 1907

WBhFMeMew j -g ^& yrta g ^ gy-fe j ****^ It means the ^^^^^^ [ pT ^ Hl \ r ^ n il hottest and cleanest ^^ • JfCr / ^ _ Z-l ¦ $ L— a * flame produced b y B pflt / 0 n 2 m ^ f ^ zny st ° ve - This is S |^ yS = ? , * ^ 8 ^ the flame the New i J 7777777 r ~ - ^^— rzzlllbi . z ^\ Perfection Oil Stove \ l ~~ \ T ~ \~ t \ i gives the instant a \| JI \ | ll lighted match is ap- // \ ( \ pfied—no delay , no *¦ U trouble , no soot , no y dirt . For cooking , the JT NEW PERFECTION I Wick Blue Flame OQ Cook-Stove I is unequaled . It gives quick results because its heat is nighly concentrated . Cuts fuel-expense in two . Made in three sizes . Every stove warranted . If not at your deal- , B er s write to our nearest agency . r = ^ m The M * P \ T */ 2 r L % T _ TW « M «> is the best , £ ~ rl * AwO , amp iamp for y ^ \ ^ m ^ r all-round household use . I \ Made of brass throughout and beautifully nickeled . ( il Perfectly constructed ; absolutely safe ; unexcelled ~\ fc » £...

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| GRANGE 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 20 April 1907

| GRANGE 1 EDITORIAL NOTES . AFRAID THEY D OET INTO THE GRANGE . We noted In the Ashland , O ., Press of Feb . 13 a full and interesting report of the farmers Institute held at Jeromeville , Ashland Co ., Feb . 8-9 . It was the first institute ever held there , and . judging by the enthusiastic account . It was a very popular event , thoroughly appreciated by the people of that locality— hall was too small , many people were turned away , etc . The part that interests us particularly in this report is the statement : Members of the Grange were the promoters of this institute . Then , at the end of the account of the evident popular appreciation of this enterprise , was the surprising statement : Because members of the Grange were the promoters of the institute , when the petition was sent around for all who wanted another institute to sign , many refused , thinking it would bind them in some way to The Grange : Indeed ! We wonder why these Jeromeville farmers are afraid of getting i...

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Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 20 April 1907

That Look of Newness About the Farm produced by the use of Pure White Lead Paint is not only a source of satisfaction to the owner , but it has a definite cash value as an asset and as a protection . When you want to sell , you can get a better price for a well-painted house , wagon or implement . And when you dont want to sell , the protection afforded by Pure White Lead Paint means longer life to your property , a saving on repairs and replacements , and greater satisfaction in ownership . The Dutch Boy trade mark found on the side of a keg is a guaranty that it contains only Pure White Lead made by the Old Dutch Process . SEND FOR BOOK A Talk on Paint , gives valuable information on the paint subject . Sent free upon request NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY in whichever of the following cities ia nearest yuu : Net-York , Boston , Buffalo , Cleveland , Cincinnati , OUU IIKO , St . Louis , Philadelphia John T . Lewis & Bros . Co . * PittoUur ^ h ( National Lead & Oil C...

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Page 22 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 20 April 1907

Get rid of your leaky roof once for all . Lay Genasco Ready Roofing You know how shingles rot and warp ; how tin rusts ; slate breaks and blows off ; tar roofs dry-out and crack—you know all that . And then the roof leaks . Trinidad Lake Asphalt , from which Genasco is made , is full of life-giving and water-shedding natural oils , which do not evaporate . Weather has no more effect on a Genasco roof than water on a ducks back . Write for samples and common-sense Book 12 , which tells facts and why . The most progressive dealers everywhere sell Genasco Ready Roofing . Several weights , smooth or mineral surface ; cement and nails for laying packed in each roll . THE BARBER ASPHALT PAVING COMPANY Largest producers of asphalt in the world PHILADELPHIA New York San Francisco Chicago Its the Man Behind . lie Binder I who is making the dollars today from the rich , fertile PRAIRIE LANDS IN WESTERN CANADA . We Own and Control Over 500 , 000 Acres THE FAMOUS SASKATCHEWAN VALLEY . THE GREAT...

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FIELD NOTES . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 20 April 1907

FIELD NOTES . Champaign Co ., O .. ( W . C . ) April 8 . — Rainy and cool past two weeks . Some wheat was badly winter killed , many ii . KIs In western part of couniy were sown to oats . Wheat , 72 c ; corn , 42 c ; oats . 40 c . Prices of live stock stiU remain high . Stock ln thrifty condition except some dairy cattle which seem to get thin for some farmers in spite of good feeding . Some oats sown : quite a lot of plowing done , a large acreage of both corn and oats being put out on account of clover failures last year and wheat being winter killed . —J . S . H . . I . y Co . . Ind ., ( E . C . ) April 8 . —Last of Marcli and first three days of April gave flne growing weather . Ground froze too hard to plow the night of tlie Sth . L ive stock looking well . Not many early lambs . Wheat looking bad ; some wheat ground put into oats . Meadows , woods and orchards starting . Hogs , 6 c ; cattle . ty * c ; wheat , 71 c ; corn , 58 c ; hens , 10 c ; eggs , 15 c ; butter . 20 c . Mos...

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

Typewriter Bargains ! ¦ jriu nnd SECOND HAND . What •} II C aw price do you wnnt to pay • W . H . THOMAS . 265 The Arcade , Cleveland . Ohio FREE SAMPLE COPY Ot CLEVELAND DAILY N ¦ W S on Nqueit . -VERY LATEST MARKETS DAILYA large newspaper . Only fl . 50 a year by mail . Always stopped on expiration of subscription . Farmer Agents Wanted- « er r w . t 1 , ° y ^ 0 Write to . lny Do it now . Miller Mfg . Co . Siillivmi . o . BANNERMANS ARMY AUCTION BARGAINS BDEBIIIulnVil Circular , i- ) iolri » le-rata > l | iric- _ -tnor t \ -E - pCmoui . tork francii Baonerman . & 01 Bway . N . Y PLEASE say SAW IT IN OHIO FARMER _ when writing to our advertisers .

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

Farmers and Stockmen are coming to MICHIGAN this spring and select Ing tand-for their permanent homes and ranches on account of Its many advantages—fertile soil , healthful climate , low freight rates , close proximity to best markets , and Low PRICES and EAST TERMS nt which they can buy land . Kor SPECIAL IIOMESEEKKKS KATEB , booklets and maps , write MICHIGAN LAND ASSOCIATION . Manistee , Michigan . CT *¦ % ¦»¦ C Q I A —160-a . farm ; flne 9-room house , r Wl WOlCgnod cellar : painted barn , 40 x 60 : II . B .. 30 x 30 : other buildings . 500 sugar trees and fixtures : un good street : 2 mi . to church , store and school . 6 mi . to good depot ; prospective street car line . Soil good clay and sand loam ; level with good drainage . $ 3000 cash , balance 8 or 10 years at 6 percent . Price tUO per acre . A bargain . Write CHANDLER & RICE . Cortland , Ohio . OHIO KARMS—Buy where you have the advantages of fine land and water , good roads , schools , churches , markets , e...

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Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 20 April 1907

j ^ V Write Me a Postal-Sav : ^ Kss-sssrvs . ^ fT ^^^ fcZ ^ P ¦¦¦¦* v V «¦ ¦ VsIMM VUJi Hickory Special . llffyJfl B ____ -SW N ? mD ,, e w , J a * tes ln tho day . Thats iroinK some . Isnt one special bueey . / fff ~ im ___ sH _ p e ° dea , er ? Yon seo . I dont have to make much Not a thine is mado In this factory but the HW ^ F MB makes you-no on each buegy to get alone , do I ? Split Hickory Special , and every part of _ ml v » matter what And I dont mako much . Honestly , that bugey Is made right therein that factory f | ffif H ____________>! TO price you see the profit I mako on a buggy doesnt by trained buggy-makers . lin B ^____ f V _ 8 ° buggy od- amount to as much is the liveryman Space in an adverlisement wont permit WESf fl pi vertiaed for— would charge you for . ho use of a team my giving you a description of this buggy . VSHl VI Pi Betmyprlcee for an afternoon . so I want you to write and ask for my cata- \ Sfil \ 7 j B i ? u > rou Yet am settled ...

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