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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 27 April 1907
DriverIj8|S orWorkermfB$ To do his best , Q homo WKMII A oeedsthewfaolcfood valuo ¦ uiy ^/ yi of tils ration . To produce B (| TjSkZy /| fleshr . nd milk this Irtnlso ¦; l ||[/ irr-Q . % 1 true . In o heavy fed anl- mffl ® W \ urn ! only about tml f of the K / W / 1 // I food t &amp; usuady dltrested , In H | wlf &gt; LAi on unthrifty animal It la B * iJM \ Dr . Htt-BStork Food the FT II L 1 ^ 1 preacripUon of Dr . Uosa W / Iij ^ . ^\ ( M . D .. D . V . S . ) increases Yal ^^ Um the powers of dteeathm fW ^^ H ? TiaV and nesl ni ilntl on and \ c ^^ . makes every pound of praln yield n M ^^^ larger nmount of profit than Is pon- Vl \ ^^ elble without it , beeldes curing the \\ wk minor Block ailments . When wo re- \ V | l miii . berlt jsnotthofood consumed but UT ^ B tliefooddigeHtedtbatproduceatheprofit , T we comprehend the necessity for tonics . I Profesyora Quitman . Wlnslow . Flnlay Dun I and all the leading medical auUiorlUM I recommend the bitter toolca la D3HESS...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 27 April 1907
SOLUTION TO NO . 3 . The solution to problem No . 3 , which was published April 6 , is as follows : There are 43 , 560 sq . ft . in one acre . As corn , planted 4 feet apart , gives 1 C sq . ft . to each hill . This divided into 43 , 560 gives 2 , 722 + hills , of three ears each , or 8 , 166 ears . This divided by 70 , number of ears in a bu ., gives A 116 . 6 + bu . B s corn , planted 8 % ft . apart each way , gives 12 % sq . ft . to each hill . 43 , 560 divided by 12 % , gives 3 , 556— hills of two ears each or 7 , 112 ears . Dividing by 70 , gives 101 . 6 bu . A produces 15 bu . more than B . PROBLEM NO . 4 . If water weighs 8 pounds to the gallon , of 231 cubic inches , and during a heavy shower it falls one inch deep , how many tons will fall on one acre of land ? And if the same is collected how deep will it fill , a circular cistern 20 ft . in diameter ? This example will surprise many , if not all , who have never made a calculation .
POINTS OF LAW OF INTEREST TO FARMERS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 27 April 1907
POINTS OF LAW OF INTEREST TO FARMERS . BY JUDGE J . W . THOMPSON . In a prosecution for performing ordinary labor on Sunday It was decided ln Massachusetts that It was no defense to such a prosecution that the person believed that the seventh day of the week should be observed as the Sabbath , and that he did in fact refrain from labor and secular business on that date , and that he believed that he was authorized to work on the first day of the week , provided he did not disturb others . ( Commonwealth vs . Kirshen , ( Mass . ) 80 N . E . ! . ) County commissioners are not liable for damages sustained by one whose horse took fright at a pile of stone which the commissioners had collected and deposited by the roadside , for the purpose of repairing the road or bridge , there being no defect either In the road or bridge , which contributed to the Injury . ( Ebert vs . Pickaway Co . Commis ., ( Ohio ) 80 N . E . 5 . ) An Insurance company may waive the proofs of loss required by a pol...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 27 April 1907
LightingCountryHouses,and Hotels,withWhiteGas By THE PILOT rTpiTE pipes are run , as in picture , so they wont a Pilot , the generator simply quits malting Gas till - I show anywhere but in the basement . the neglect has been attended to . - ¦*• —Between the plaster and the outer walls . , The Pilot is planned so that the most forgetful ¦ I i i i i , i i i i I i i I i i i I i ^ i i i I i s . i . i i i ¦ i . i ¦ i i *|* I - j - —Between the ceiling and the floor above . person couldnH cause an accident with it through -p I Can be done this way without injuring ceilings . any oversight in operation . ~ And , only about two days work is needed . This protection against forgetfulness is effected After that—solid comfort for 20 years . by automatic checks called Interference Devices . X No more lamp-cleaning , wick-trimming , chimney- With an ordinary generator if you fill up the -T- breaking , nor risky carrying around of lamps . receptacle with Carbide and jorget to screw on the 3 —No ...
I THE DAIRY [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 27 April 1907
I THE DAIRY \ RED AND WHITE HOLSTEINS . In reply to W . F . Kneisels question in regard to the red color appearing in Holstelns , although there may have been some irregularity in the registration of his cattle or their ancestors I think it more probable that the red in the calf mentioned merely cropped out as an Inheritance from the once very common red and white Holsteins of Holland . I have never heard of an American importer bringing over any Holsteins with any sign of red . The black and white color Is in universal favor on this side of the ocean and in fact In all lands where Holstelns are found . In response to this world-wide demand for black and white , the breeders of Holland for several years have paid more attention to that color , and as a result there are few red and white cattle in Holland today . I would deem it „ much easier to overcome the red that might have been introduced recently than to overcome the persistent use of red through several distant generations . T...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 27 April 1907
^ LWr ^^^ W ^^ i ^ ne ol &lt; P an way ° ^ ra s n S cream dont 1 X ^ Jtv I I fmmT 4 \ tyA pay—it s too mussy and fussy—too much J ^^^ C ^ J ^ La | YfJA work for the women . And it don t pay ^ U ^^^^^ i Mv A A . f wA % \ n dollars aud cents because you actually ^ H ^ k—^——fL ^—9 iose 50 per cent of the cream you ought to get . You I can Increase your cream product about 50 per cent over | w ^ rjl &gt; 1 ^ A P an setting ; 33 per cent over cans set in cold water ; 25 per ^ U ^^ ^^ f I cent over patent creamers or dilution cans by using the IH;.yjy|SHARPLES MHHjTUBULARSEPARATOR II I Besides you can skim the milk immediately after milk- ¦ /* SEW &lt; - SJ B ( J * -JH iug—save the handling and the expense of storage . A B / ~[| J (¦] fl good milk-house costs more than ^* r \ | ( H a Tabular and Isnt half so pro- r ^ W ^^^* | I fitable—even if you already have I | ii | | I the milk-house it will pay in la- lv WjU ] M-A I bor saved , in crocks and pans saved , ^ rfr...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 27 April 1907
BestofSeparators ACTUALLY FREEOFCOST V ^^ B r «? V / —fr - ^ m ^ $ V — y ^ . _ —— •* Thisisreallythefactinthepurchaseof aDELAVALCREAMSEPARATOR. AnyreputablepersonmaybuyaDeLaval machineonsuchliberaltermsthatthe machineactuallypaysforitself. Anditnotonlydoesthisthefirstfew months,inwhichitsavesitscost,butgoes ondoingitforfullytwentyyearstocome. Inthefaceofthesefactsbuyingtrashy cashinadvanceseparators,oranyother thanthebest,ispennywise,dollarfoolish. Suchmachinesquicklylosetheircostinsteadofsavingit,andthengoonlosing insteadofsaving. Thereisnopossiblereasonwhyany buyerofaCreamSeparatorshouldbecontentwithlessthantheDeLaval,and thereneverwasamorepromisingtimeto makethismostprofitableofallfarminvestments. Whynotsendforcatalogandparticulars? THE DE LAVAL SEPARATOR CO . ¦ AKDOLrn . V CANAL STS . f . enprnl Hilirpc- 173-177 WILLIAM ST . CHICAGO uenerai unices . MONTREAL 1 J 13 41 S 16 FILBERT ST . » . « - &gt;__. l __ J . C . ___ . 14 * 18 PRINCESS STREET PHILADELPHIA 74 » --or ., a...
( HORTIClLTlREl [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 27 April 1907
( HORTIClLTlREl FORWARDING THE GARDEN VEGETABLES . The tender varieties of vegetables can not be safely planted in open ground , in the climate of southeastern New York until the trees are In full leaf , which is not generally until about the last week in May . With but little extra work , a part of the garden supply of these vegetables can be had two or three weeks earlier lhan without artificial protection , and are very acceptable at a time when we get hungry tor . green things . About one month before it is time to transplant in open ground , is the right time to sow the seed of these vegetables which we wish to forward . The tender vegetables , except the tomato , are not safely transplanted without a portion of soil is kept around the roots unbroken , and undis FIG . 1 . —PLANT FROTECTOB . turned in transplanting . I would consider it less labor and expect better results to construct a hot-bed or coldframe than to care for seeds or plants in pots or boxes in the house . About ...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 27 April 1907
IHOWAREYOUR^/ BARNSCOVEREDI EETHE ALL-IMPORTANT FEATURE ef Barns , Outbuildings and Poultry Houses is the roof . Wh y ZZZZZ . not use a roofing that will last as long as the buildings ~~^^~ themselves ? RUBEROID is the original elastic , weatherproof and fire- ^_^__ resisting roofing . Absolutely different from any other roofing , ZZZZZ . ¦ i and stands head and shoulders above them all . ¦ Contains no tar or paper . Will not rot , crack , melt or ——- corrode . Retains its elastic qualities in all kinds of weather . ¦ ^ EZZZ Makes a smooth , air-tight , permanent roof . WRITE FOR SAMPLES AND PRICES . ¦ . THE STANDARD PAINT COMPANY , ZZZZZ _^__ GENERAL- OFFICES . lOO WILLIAM STREET , NEW YORK , _^__BRANCHES ! CHICAGO BOSTOM PHILADELPHIA ST . LOUW KANSAS CITY ATLANTA _^___ MMmMmmmMmMmMmMmMmWmMMmMMmMmMmMmMmmmMmMmmmWm t THIS SCALE IS PERSONALLY GUARANTEED BY ME . HeresMyHandonIt After more than forty years experience as a scale-builder I am now able to offer you a five ton bridge trusse...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 27 April 1907
Codling Moth , Bud , Gypsy , Brown-tail and Tusscck Moths , Tent Caterpillar , Canker Worm , Pear and Cherry Slug , Vanessa Butterfly , Maple Worm . Potato Bug , Curraut Worm , Asparagus Beetle , Cranberry Insects , etc , ^L^W^asffft^«Arsenate is the Perfect Insecticide Cannot burn or scorch the most delicate foliage ; rain will not wash It off ; it gives absolute and constant protection with the necessity of frequeni respraying . Being white , foliage sprayed with it is readily distinguished and you can see that it is there . Highly endorsed by leading growers and Government Agricultural Stations , Write for booklet . MERRINIAC CHEMICAL CO ., 25 Broad St ., Boston , Mass . 1BESTONEARTHV I BEST MATERIALS f m BEST SKILL Combined in IBESTFERTILIZERS! M FOR ALL SPRING CROPS by The AMERICAN AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL CO . of New York . ^^^ OHIO OFFICES— Rose Building , Cleveland , O . ^tJ^^^y^ERINTORMOTIONjj P 8 k Ij ^^^ Ct ^ i BEAN AND PEA RAISING Kgi * : ^ k * £ ^ fU sj ill If you send us ...
DANGER FROM LIGHTNING IN -CREASING . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 27 April 1907
DANGER FROM LIGHTNING INCREASING . The above Is the title of a newspaper bulletin from State Fire Marshal Creamer . He says that thunderbolts are increasing in frequency and force over the whole of America . In the Ohio valley the number of , days in which thunderstorms occur is still about 30 each summer , but the loss of life and property has increased much more rapidly than population or the number of buildings . The loss by lightning can be minimized by the use of rods . Scientific commissions of the four leading countries of Europe have investigated this matter in the light of present knowledge on the subject , and they all decide that lightning rods now in common use , run from moist earth over the building and down to moist earth , with points near chimneys and gables , will protect from any ordinary stroke . The lightningrod expert of the U . S . Weather Bureau says , While absolute security from danger of lightning is obtainable only with great difficulty and considerable e...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 27 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 1 publisher of any farm paper which has been sent after the time ordered has expired , providing you return such i papers to your postmaster unread , tell i him to notify the publishers that you 1 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 . i
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 27 April 1907
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