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Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 20 April 1907

Mammoth Sale of Sheriffs ® . Receivers Stocks THE CHICAGO HOUSE WRECKING CO . SAVES YOU 30 TO 50 PER CENT Tbls Mammoth Sale of Sheriffs and Receivers Stocks Is the MOST WONDERFUL BARGAIN offering ever advertised . Such an opportunity seldom occurs . We are the only company In the world devoted to the purchase and sale of BANKRUPT STOCKS . By our unique methods we are able to sell you the highest grades of merchandise of every kind at prices that seldom represent tbe original cost of production . In these days of high prevailing prices , wben trusts and combinations control every manufactured line , we give you a CHANCE TO ECONOMIZE in your purchases . The costliest cf merchandise Is sold by us 30 % to 50 % lower than yoa can purchase It for elsewhere . The time to ACT Is TODAY , while this Bargain Sale Is taking place . Dont wait until its too late . Act quickly . That s the way to save money . You need have no hesitation In buying from us . We fully protect you . Ifyou dont like tb...

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Manufacture and Use of f p dust rial AlcohoL' -Special Article No . 14 , [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 27 April 1907

Manufacture and Use of f p dust rial AlcohoL -Special Article No . 14 , ( The first part of this article was ¦ written exclusively for The Ohio Farmer by Senator Hansbrough , the author of the Hansbrough amendment to the denatured alcohol law . See comment on page 12 . ) The enactment of the amendment to the denatured alcohol law of last year ( which was by no means what it should have been ) put the legislative finishing touch to what will ultimately prove a great industry in this country . The industrial possibilities from the use of untaxed alcohol can not at this time be accurately measured . That alcohol will largely supplant gasoline for motor power purposes is inevitable ; first , because of its superiority as a combustible force , and second , on account of cleanliness and safety . The same reasons hold good with respect to its use for both heating and lighting purposes . From the standpoint of economy much depends upon the character of the restrictions that the internal rev...

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THE AGRICULTURAL SPECIAL TRAINS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 27 April 1907

THE AGRICULTURAL SPECIAL TRAINS . In our last week s issue a brief editorial account was given of the agricultural special trains . This agricultural train project is almost a new thing in Ohio and . as is generally the case with new things it was difficult to get the public to fully appreciate its value and importance at once . But there is no doubt that if similar specials should visit the same stations next fall of winter there would be larger audiences at every stop . As it was , however , where the coming of the trains had been properly advertised , there were fine audiences . Where the audiences were small , ( and this was the exception ) , it was due to the fact that local parties had failed to advertise properly . During the five days that the trains were running , two days on the B . & O ., and three days on the Pennsylvania , the total attendance was 4 , 298 . The attendance was as follows : On the B . & O . —Grove City , 25 ; Orient , 63 ; Mt . Ste...

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NOTES AND QUERIES . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 27 April 1907

NOTES AND QUERIES . Angle Worms , Etc . — We are troubled with fishworms getting in our well . We have it graveled and cemented around the top . The well is 18 ft . deep and never goes dry . Can you tell us a remedy ? Would tile large enough for the chain pump to work inside injure the water ? E . M „ Chillicothe , O . —Remove all the soil around top of well , for several feet , down to the subsoil , and fill up with gravel , or better yet , concrete . The tile will not Injure the water . Cement Furnace . —Is a cement furnace all right for a sugar camp ? Will it stand the heat of a coal fire without chipping ? What proportions of cement , sand and gravel should be used ? If any reader can answer from positive knowledge or experience , please do so . D . B . E ., Dawson , O . —We have had no experience with a cement furnace , but would favor brick , as it would be more easily and cheaply repaired if any part gave out . We think that the heat would undoubtedly crack the cement , but d...

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HARRIGER'S WAGON JACK . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 27 April 1907

HARRIGERS WAGON JACK . Several Illustrations of wagon jacks have appeared in The Ohio Farmer . I send drawings and description of one which I have in use . It may be home made . The base , B , Is l % x 2 Vi ln . by 26 in . long . The four-piece uprights ( A , A , ) are 1 x 2 in . by 19 in . long . The lever is tapered l 4 x 4 in . by 36 in . long . The notched brace is of iron and is 1 / 0 x 2 in . by 17 in . long . A mortise and bolt in lever allows free movement of the notched brace and string to end of lever . Details are shown in HARRIGER S WAGON JACK . the illustration . The notches on the Inclined brace adjust it to any hight of axle without special adjustment . Five bolts are needed to build this jack . The lever and string can be operated easily with one hand as shown in cut . —Sam F . Harriger , Crawford Co ., O . Pasturing Alfalfa . —I want to pasture hogs on my alfalfa . How can I prevent them from rooting it up and destroying it ? A . S ., Delhi , O . — Ring the hogs eff...

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HOW TO GET A STAND OF AL -FALFA . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 27 April 1907

HOW TO GET A STAND OF ALFALFA . When the soil is right it is easy to get a stand of alfalfa . There are a few simple things that are requisite . First is good seed . Alfalfa varies greatly in hardiness according to where it is grown . Alfalfa from Peruvian seed Is a rank , coarse , prodigious yielding sort , but not at all hardy in a cold climate . Alfalfa from Arizona is not safe to sow in the North . Alfalfa from Minnesota seed is iron-clad but scarce . Alfalfa seed that is imported may come from Germany and be very good , or it may come from Algeria and be very unsafe . Little seed , none commercially , is grown east of the Missouri river . The best sources of seed in the United States are Utah , Colorado , Montana , Kansas and Nebraska . Some day the Dakotas will make seed and that will be very good . Alfalfa seed is not usually grown upon irrigated land and in truth it will not yield much seed except upon dry land . All of the states mentioned have cold winters and the seed gro...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 27 April 1907

\\MasyCom ^Cutting MEN used to think that almost anything * * with an edge and a handle would do for corn cuttinc . Now we know n makeshift doesnt fay . The Quality and shaft ot your corn hooks are of as much importance as the quality and J- > i your mowing machine knife . Ask Your Dealer For TRUETEMPER Tools . The True Temper label on a corn hook is tho strongest guarantee expert manufacturers can give you , that the quality is the Jinest and tho skate the most correct they can No tool—Fork , Hoe , Rake , Hook , Weeder , whatever it may be , is allowed to wear the True Temper Label until it has been tested and found to come up to its standard of requirements . The special steel used in True Temper corn hooks makes a sharp cutting edge that The correct shape gives you the right sioing and enables you to work rapidly , cutting your corn slick and clean . Ask your dealer to show you the complete True Temper line . The best tools yon nave ever bought at the same prices you h...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 27 April 1907

flltgives descriptions and quotes I I prices on over 125 Vehicles and I I lull line of Harness —all soldi I DIRECT FROM FACTORY . I SPLIT HICKORY —BUGGIES—I Made to Ordei —Sold Direct to User—at I I a savins ; of from 30 lo 8016 in price . I Dcnl direct with me—Ret your Vehicle I I Made to Order—and at the same time I savo all the dealers and middlemens ^ M profits . I Over 100 . 000 SPLIT HICKORY VEHII CLES now in use—they give satisfaction I everywhere . Write today for this Big I BusTEry Book , FREE . Address me personally . H . C . PHELPS , Pro . ld . nt , I Thl Ohio Carriage Mfg . Co . I Station 33 , ClnolnnaU , No one else maVes r- ^ pJM SSj ^^ J I J & . COO bank Iwnd % ^ TT ?\ f 2 rM % I ^ « fl Buaraiuccs you ^ Andertun lop Mm that any-buBsy you ^^ . Buggy ^ JM boy of us will . lay ^^^^^ ^^ m ^^ ^^ M ^ m ^ mW ^^^^ And you can Try an ANDERTONI ^^ - ^ AMMMm ^ mmm * . w , tl your inontj In fl ^^^^^^^^ your pocket . A ^ r ^ ^ . < 3 \^^^ . Absolutely no mone...

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(LIVESTOCKI ¦ [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 27 April 1907

(LIVESTOCKI ¦ EARLY SHEARING . It is proclaimed by some who have followed the practice for a series of years that early-shorn sheep produce a better staple of fleece and in larger quantity than when shorn later in the season . What foundation this claim may be based upon I am unable to ascertain , and as J have never practiced both methods- side by side for any length of time , I would not feel justified in accepting the claim as reliable under present conditions . However , I do believe early shearing of sheep has several advantages over late shearing , and the flock-owner who is favorably located so that he can afford the necessary conditions for the adequate protection of his flock will find in practice several advantages worthy of his fullest consideration . Whether or not a flock-owner should practice early shearing should be determined partially by his geographical location and his facilities for handling his flock in case he should meet adverse conditions . In most of the sta...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 27 April 1907

^ fgMBmmMiMlmWM / V ^^ SMm \ IflBMlB MM 1 BB B -fw T ^ A I ^ a IKRISCHHPJ FOR SPRING DIPPING AND Hand Dressing All Stock . POTS AN KSD TO LICE , TICKS , MITES , FLEAS , MANGE , SCAB , RINGWORM , ALL SKIN DISEASES . Don t waste time and money on inferior dips . KRESODlP NON-CARBOLIC . STANDARDIZED . Prepared in our own laboratories . Ask your druggist for Kreso Dip . Write us for free booklets telling how to use on oil live stock . PARKE , DAVIS & CO . DETROIT , MICHIGAN . BBAKCWBS : New York . Chicago , St . Louie , Boston . Balttmore , New Orleann , huuaa City , IndiaoapoiM , Minneapolis , •empale ; Lnmlcn . Kn | f .: Mont eat . Quo . ; Svi 1 n » y , -N . S . W . ; St . Peterahnnr . Ron . *; B « nh « y . India ] Toklo , Japan ; UMBOS Aires , Argentina . YOUR HORSE HAS WORMS || ^^^^^ Iff he has any of these t ^ m \\ SYMPTOMS ^ LW Rough coat ,-hidebound , pot * h JB WW belly . rubbing tall , bloating , \ jLWL . ; * ¦ / 1 i . licy pains , nervousness , mm i brown mucus at ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 27 April 1907

iMlCArl M Avff WE ? load—- | ATamM ^ Lmmtamt , laor 1 ens A IOREASE~1 I Makes the wagon putt easier , W helps the team . Saves wear M J ^ m—m and expense . Sold mu M W ^ everywhere . r ^^ fc LARGEST Stud in the WORLD OF American-Bred PERCHERON SHIRE AND HACKNEY Stallions and Mares Have won more Gold Medals and Championships than any other Exhibitor . Stallions two to four years old and Mares in foal threo to six years old . Stallions $ 700 to $ 1 , 000 , on easy terms . Mares $ 300 to $ 600 for choice . LEW W . COCHRAN , Cra ^ S ^ llle - BADFEET WI GUARANTEE HARROLDS HOOF OINTMENT lo cur * , ail ditoaiee of ino nor ¦« ¦ feat , or money refunded . Kecommended by the moat prominent horsemen in the world . Send lSeinatamp * fur sample . Write today for FREE book , •THE FOOT OF THK HORSE . Stock Yards Harness 8 Saddlery Co .. Chicago , IK .. Agents . Harrold A Co ., 134 Main St ., Lexington . Ky . i ¦ JLJacksandMules I m m W ^^^^ BaH g ^ BL . iaa & . BaM mnlei and get rich 2...

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A FEELING OF SECURITY [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 27 April 1907

A FEELING OF SECURITY You naturally feel secure when you know that the medicine you are about to take is absolutely pure and contains no harmful or habit producing drugs . Such a medicine is Dr . Kilmers Swamp-Root , the great Kidney , Liver and Bladder Remedy . The same standard of purity , strength and excellence Is maintained in every bottle of Swamp-Root . Swamp-Root is scientifically compounded from vegetable herbs . It is not a stimulant and is taken in teaspoonful doses . It is •not recommended for everything . It is natures great helper in relieving and curing kidney , liver and bladder troubles . A sworn statement of purity is with every bottle of Dr . Kilmers SwampRoot . If you need a medicine , you should have the best . If you are already convinced that Swamp-Root is what you need , you will find it on sale at all drug stores in bottles of two sizes , fifty cents and one-dollar . jSample Buttle ol Swamp-Root Free byMaif ] Send to Dr . Kilmer & Co ., Binghamto...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 27 April 1907

PLEASE eay SAW IT IN OHIO FARMER when writing to our advertisers .

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 27 April 1907

Horse Owners Should Vso GOMBAILTS CAUSTICBALSAM The Great French Veterinary Remedy . A SAFE , SPEEDY & POSITIVE CURE . . . . Prepared exclusively iift . L by J . E . Oor . bftult , ex- / m m m ^ L ^ m ^ m . Veterinary . stirKeoi . to JjLW wOm \ the French Government ( St ^ U . Bv stud * SUPERSEDES ALL CAUTERY OR FIRING . Impossible to produce any scar or blemish . The safest lust Blister ever used . Takes the Blare of nil liniments for mild or severe action , emoves all Bunches or Blemishes from Horses or Cattle . A 8 a HVMA . V REMEDY for Rheamiitlfcin , S ( ir-ii . iH , Sort Throat , etc ., It in Invaluable . WE GUARANTEE that one tableBpnonful of IuiiMtlc liulnnm will produce more actual results than a whole bottle of any liniment or spavin cure mixture ever made . Every bottle of Caustic Itulium sold Is ¦ Warranted to ( five satisfaction . Price 81 . GO per bottle . Sold by druggists , or sent by express , charges paid , with full directions for Ita use . Send for de...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 27 April 1907

JHfcosvimV k ^ jBjJrflr . - » \ w ^ ^^^ <¦»»»¦*¦» ^ l Cure the lameness nnd I I remove the bunch without scarring tho I I horse—have the purt looking just as it did I I bofore tho blemish came . I Heniln ( i sSpavinCure ( Llquid ) I I Is a special remedy for soft and soml-eolid I I blemishes — II o K Spavin . Thoroughpln , I I Bpllnt . Curb . Capped Hock , etc . Itisneither I I n liniment nor asimploblinter . but n remedy I I unlike any other—doesnt imitate and cuut I I bo Imitated . Easy to one , only a little re- I I Quired , and your niouoy back if it ever f alia . I Fleming s Vest-Pocket Veterinary Adviser I describes and illustrates all kinds of blem- I I Ishes , and gives you the fnformittion you I I ought to have before ordering or buying any I I kind of a remedy . Mailed free if you write . I FLEMING BROS ., CbcmUta . I 238 Union Btoek Yards . Chlci . go , III . jjkMINERAL . / JjP ^ REMED Y will ruin K ¦^ JJfcSfcMB iM YourHorse Wf ^ H IffjA Send Iniiay for \&a...

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[ VETERINARY ] [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 27 April 1907

[ VETERINARY ] ( Conducted by W . C . Fair . V . S . ) Advice through this department Is free to our subscribers . Each communication should state history and symptoms of the case In full ; also name and address of writer . Initials only will be published . HORSES , Sprained Tendons . —Mare went lame In hind leg ; tendons low down seem tender and Inflamed . G . W . II . . Brecksville , O . —Lameness In tendons is result of sprain . Apply equal parts turpentine , aqua ammonia and sweet oil and sivo rest until she recovers . Dropsy . —Mare due to foal in about a week has considerable swelling im . 1 . r abdomen ; legs are stocked . She was ln same condition before foaling last year . D . R . A .. Carrolton . O . —It Is not unusual for brood mares to suffer from this dropsical trouble prior to foaling : it Is not serious . Give 1 dr . powdered rosin and 2 dr . powdered nitrate potash in feed , 3 times a day . until she foals and about a week afterwards . Ghronic Cough . —Ozaena . — Hor...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 27 April 1907

R E R ^ £ S . L 1 LEP Cattle - Choice registered COWS and HEIFERS For Sale . PH . !> ¦ > . IIAKKIi , Hi Tin- Arcade . Cleveland . O . Red Polled SSSPft < , rk » 1 * o H 0 e « , shot . a „ ., no ^ . ~ l fl , , , a lea , and White Wynn . . lottos . OIl . KASIT FARMS , niomtal .. Ohio . AYRSHIRES FOR SALE , ? , 1 1 - . iit . l 10 ehntaa k .. lt « t- . 0 | : lyonrllllK Hfc a-SM ? £ . & e 0 £ S 7 ttirjgsS Address HOWAItl . HOOK a SO n , u OhTn Reg , Holstein & Guernsey ? 0 U JJ « tffi Bellc-Vernon Farm , r ^ 0 . . ^ , ™ . , 0 Reg . Holstein Z ^^^ SX ^ percent fat . FLOYD M . IEI . TON , I . » Orange , O . LIOLSTEINS with Advanced Registry Ofllcial ¦ U-abackinefor anle . l Bull rdy for serv ., & younger ones ; also few heifers . J . A . WAItD . Willoughtiy . O . Hprfiford * -Cholc 6 young bulls and heifers . ¦ 161 SIVIUS WrUo „„ for prWm . w „ Clin p , 0 B yon . UI . AKF . I . Y BROS ., CAliDINOTON . OHIO . l &gt...

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