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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 August 1913

^ Easy to Run ^^ aaejBW ^^ TlOyearold boy could set —mmm ^ A ^ np a Blizzard Ensilage Cutter . ^ ^ ^¦^ Comcsintlircepicees . Cant beputto- * getherwrong . Self feed table . Almost runs itself . Big capacity with small power . The BLIZZARD Ensilage Cutter elevates to any height In any direction . Rigidly guaranteed . Lasts many years without repair expense . Theaa Book * Fr *» | ¦ ( I ) WhySilnircra } s - ( i ) 18 iaCafc MIMI II - ¦ l . Vlvi .,. r- llcraSnv IIC « f ( M Write today for any or all ol these UK IUJCIJI ^ is * sse , * ss ^ i 9 u | U sav I The Jot . Dlek Whv WiZZMr 1 - ^ Mfg . Co . L , B < i n | ltstTewanwatSt , JIMjJt f * U ^ CaatjB j OUj ^ \ t _ ye , THICK . SWOLLEN GLANDg that make a horse Wheeze , M \ * 4 LWMmW Roar , have Thick Wind - ^ K 1 ^^! or Choke-down , can be AW % * reduced with w A ( 1 ^ ^ . m . l . lmAW -Ji ISf ^^ UsraSalslsSBBBl ^^ Hk also any Bunch or Swelling . No blister , no hair gone , and horse kept at work . Concentrated—only a few drops r...

Publication Title: Better Farming
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 August 1913

^ / 9 \ Marvelous Baseball Curver L WWW ) 1 ^ 3 v / BECOME A CRACK PITCHER £ > C \ r ^ Gs -r ? \ AND FAN OUT THE BATTERS A ^ \ A \ J ** -J s + ^^ -mP- J Worn on the band it aids in giving Jg ^ L / •¦¦ /• • fi ^ ^ -S the ball a rapid whirling motion , thus \ 5 r pJ € / Vm 9 causing a wide curve . So small it is . * .. , _ ± - S \ A not noticed , and they all wonder where O ^^ AWFUL pines conujremkMW ^* Send for a curver today if you want to be a crack pitcher and fan out £ « » l £ ; AW _ Thousands of boys all over the country enthusiastic over this « on . d . ert % „ £ , „ /¦» aasfc . We also send Instructions on how to throw all curves-very valuable . / / ; j IMA ^ — -NT * - who wants to become a good pitcher can do so with our Instructions am w « & < ^ \ ol the wonderful little curver . tVethnsr sis * like it ever Invented . SewI or * ^ \^ . — * » 5 o and we will send you the wonderful curver and >™<™ ct > oro and a...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
toAs # a ? m £ to [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 August 1913

toAs # a ? m £ to Name tlie Farm There is a business as well as a sen- , i , „ cntal reason why every farm should .... a name . The farmer who can refer „ his home as Clover Meade or any « imilar name takes pardonable pride in his progrcssiveness . More than that if he is a good farmer and raises better live stock than his neighbors , the farm name „ ill soon be associated with the marks of nihility which his stock and products have . The farm name to become a good trademark should be distinctive and not the first one that comes to the mind . Do not give the farm a common place name if for no other reason than that a dozen farms with the same name may be in that county . , \ farm name is a good business asset . In iildition to being well chosen it should HAME THB FARM AND GIVE IT SOME IHDIVIDUALITY . EASTSIDR PARM SOTJHM MUCH MORB DIGNIFIED THAH OLD BILL COOPERS PLACE boiled to a thin paste and stir in boiling hot , y 2 pound of powdered Spanish Whiting and 1 pound of glue , which h...

Publication Title: Better Farming
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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 August 1913

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Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Use of Concrete on the Farm [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 August 1913

Use of Concrete on the Farm Sanitary Floors for Poultry , Sheep and Hog Houses , Effective in Preventing Vermin and Diseases . —Dipping Vats . Poultrymen and sheep and hog breeders are finding concrete a very satisfactory floor material . Concrete floors have no cracks in which lice , ticks and similar vermin can breed and are likewise proot against the attack of rats and other destructive animals . Moreover , concrete floors do not harbor disease germs and can be easily cleaned and disinfected . Properly built and cared for , they are not damp and do not cause rheumatism . Planning and Laying Out Floor . The first step in building the floor is to remove all manure and other foreign mat COHORBTB HOG HOUSE FLOOR WITH WALLOW AT BBS ter and then to grade the surface of the ground . If needed , lay all water pipes and the drains necessary for keeping the ground dry , for carrying off waste water and for conducting the liquids to the manure pit . Such earth filling as may be necessary mu...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 August 1913

Why Not Get All the Profit From Your Corn ? EVEN the most unprogressive farmer of today would consider himself badly treated if he werecompelled to harvest his grain with a cradle . He is top familiar with the easier and more profitable grain binder method . Why then do farmers continue to cut com in the old back-breaking , time-wasting , extravagant corn-knife way ? What eoc ^ reason » there • why every corn raising farmer should not use IHC corn binders r Cut your corn with a binder and you get the stalks and leaves at tne time when they are full of nutritious juices and when their feedmg value is greatest The stalks and leaves contain more than one-thira of the digestible nutriment of the corn plant Hand cutting is too slow to enable you to harvest this valuable fodder properly , or it is too expensive on account of the extra help involved to make it worth while . You avoid the waste , the expense and the worrying trouble of securing extra help when you cut your corn with an IH C...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
ECrTCIMENT STATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 August 1913

ECrTCIMENT STATIONS Reports from the lariw ^ -uwomtoiY • Creamery Organization and Manage- , • is the title of circular 23 issued r e , hP Montana Agricultural Experiment Skion atBozemar ^ Montana . Bulletin 347 of the Ohio Experiment cftinn is a treatise on Nitrogen and £° ral Constituents of the Alfalfa rii . . . , .. Methods of organization and operation nf * co-operative creameries and cow test- , •„ KSociations , are very well outlined „; lktin No . 102 of the North Dakota Experiment Station , Fargo , North Dakota . • Commutation of the Dairy Ration is the subject of a bulletin by the Pennsylnnia Experiment College , State College , Pa „ which should vitally interest all dairymen . The University of Wisconsin is re- < iOTiMble for a bulletin , giving complete directions for constructing silos with table showing the kinds of re-enforcements to k used in silos of different kinds . The bulletin number is 214 and can be had free , by addressing the institution at Madison...

Publication Title: Better Farming
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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 August 1913

Julu- ^ August SEARSROEBUCK AND CO CHICAGO , ILL . THIS SALE CLOSES AUGUST 31 , 1913 The Years . Greatest Bargains ta W-j . _ , Fall Coats for Women . . .. ; , ., „ . j ILMS Ostrich Plumes Shoes for Women , Men and Boys Baby Flannels All Linen Towels Tabic . Dcimdsk Six Pairs Mens Socks , 79 c feTSooISs „ Greatest of all Midsummer Sales . F **• **_ - *• A «^ t 31 * we eclipse all previous efforts in , . . ,. bargain price-making . , Genuine Amoskeag Chambray atefeMe ., Don t gend for thia book if you are already a customer of Sears . Roebuck and Co . We have mailed a copy to each and every one 0 f the five million customers who have sent us an order since January 1 , 1912 . But if you haven t bought of us since **** Knd tf VOU reaUv WWlt * ° 8 harC in the greatest of this year s bargain ^ then just write July-August **¦* Supplement • on a postalcard , sign your name and address and mail to Silk Gloves , 53 c Regular $ S . OO Filled Blankets , $ v 5 . o 7 Sha ^ rPur 1 ? White Pearl B...

Publication Title: Better Farming
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POUOWI [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 August 1913

POUOWI Breaking Up Setting Hens The incubating season is over , there is no further use for the so called broody hen —the hen that has decided upon a vacation and refuses to work during this period will be losing a couple of months of the most valuable period of the year , for her moult will be checked . Broody hens never moult properly and their vitality becomes so impaired that they do not do well the following season . If the hen becomes imbued with this distaste for activity some strenuous means should be adopted to dissuade her from her purpose and start her to lay ing again . There are a number of successful ways to do this and conditions will indicate the most favorable . The main thing is to act promptly and be thorough . Remove the broody hens from the nests each night , as they are most easily detected then . They stick to the nest instead of going to roost . Dust them thoroughly with insect powder and confine them in an open slat crate or cage in a cool , light location ....

Publication Title: Better Farming
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Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 August 1913

W Get Year Canadian Home $ FromtheCanadianPacific BE wfll make yon a longtime loan —you will have 20 years to pay for tbe land and repay the loan—yoa can move on the land at once —and your Canadian farm will maJuyott independent . 20 Years to Pay Rich Canadian land for from 111 to 130 per acre . You pay only one-twentieth down-balance in 19 equal annual payments . Long before your final payment comes due your farm will have paid for Itself over and over . This advertisement is directed only to farmers or to men who will occupy or improve tbe land . We Lend You $ 2000 for erecting yonr buildings , fencing , sinking wall and breaking . You have twenty yean in which to repay this loan . Yoa pay only the banking interest of 6 per cent . Advance of Live Stock on Loan Basis The Company , in ease of approved land pm > chaser whole in a position and has the knowledge to take care of his stock . wUI advance cattle Sheep and hogs optothevalueof tl . OOOon a loan , baiia . ao as to ...

Publication Title: Better Farming
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Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 August 1913

\\\____\\ War Month K aTiT ssadTliittr AUTOMOBILE BUS NESS sss-o ? ?« - » a & . TS 5 tar fe f Win Ohm v „ u m so M . P . Cwlri-L ^ Wlthoirt m CentlZcaVh *** WrtttMbt ^/ hectttaleiamstamng aboutthisBreai offer andhowyou can have steady work all v \* 7 Get This Knif ^ FREJ . •¦^^ s ^^ aS ^^ H * * ^ B » swjBsSaZ 2 ^~ l = ! MaHSB * With Your Nam * On It Kew transpsrent handle showing your own «« . underneath , same as lf you were looking throuBh iff . The finest knife you ever saw ln all your life tens . 1 m-silliKtHlsai . German silver tips , brass culacs BS rivets . Tbree line razor steel blades of the ven bZ Quality . Itis a beauty . If you want this knife send us your name and address . We will send you our new book of eight coupons . Dispose of the coupons , anj when sold send us the money and we will send you the knife with issr sis am * on it , Just like cut above Best offer ever made . Address today , PRESS COMPANY , Hi West Ohio St ., Ckits » a . V . RIY M THO ° 0 «...

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 August 1913

BarbedWireSale ! t \ from Recent Floods AI river 300 carloads of high grade , brand new galvanized barb wire-the I I . Z Was in the recent Ohio and Indiana floods , but not damaged in any way except by I I best made . was « *^ wd > whlch doeB not affect a ,, quBiity ta the fc , ^ ft , » , t _^____ [ M ~ r s Iv . the same as every dealer offers it for sale . _ I S & SSSBBjkm . mis opportunity is so rjnosnslthat It ( . wonderfulev »« form-sad we are on the - JBBHSS ^ ^ lookout for tm aso ^ buylngop nortaniaes every work day of the y ear ! Think then of ! BBBBBBB VSS what it means to YOU to be able to buy first class , servieesb e barbed wire at such I ¦ B BBBSBB B B smaa _ hinnlylow pricesas we are here quoting , oil , . S ^ ter « rt ss the went HBBBBBBI floods which overwhelmed Ohio and Indiana could have thrown soch a vast Quantity IB | BBBBBI Sfbrand new ^ evar nsed . barbedwlre to the mercy of the elemraV Dont mlas I ¦ BBBBBBJ this chance . These 800 ear loa...

Publication Title: Better Farming
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Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 August 1913

I With the Hart-Parr One-Man Outfit ¦ g —27 B . H . P . Oil Tractor and 4 bottom 3 m Self-Lift plow , you can do your Fall 3 _ M plowing quicker , cheaper , better than 3 = with horses—and in any kind of wea- m g ther . Soft ground can t stop theHart- m _ s Parr Tractor , equipped with Hart- B m Parr Hold-Fast Driver Lugs . Cant ¦ M mire nor slip and works easily where ¦ S other tractors fall Uses cheapest ktro- m S > reducing fuel expense to the mln- B m imum . Write for literature giving B g full details of this One-Man Outfit B pj and tbe bigger Hart-Parr Oil Tractors . B a £ 3 Jswb HART-PARR CO . I Sl cd BasRr * T 338 Lswlar otrsst B ISSMBOWSU CHAiuaan . iowA 1 M With tractor In motion , engine operator Is clearing a M M single bottom oi train . Adjustment ol lest oi plow ¦ H remains undisturbed . ... M . ^^ ^ ^^¦¦ iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiBaja Aitkin Connty Mian . Farm Lsnd | la the Best for Your Purpose S The toil ii right for heavy cro...

Publication Title: Better Farming
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^^^^^ gQUSETO [ % ] [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 August 1913

^^^^^ gQUSETO [ % ] Canning Fruit In the Oven It may not be generally known but the oven of a kitchen stove or range is the handiest place to cook fruit , either for canning or making into butters . Some call it baking but it is one and the same thing . All kinds of berries cooked in this way do not become so soft—they keep their color better and their flavor is finer than if cooked on top of the stove . They never have a strong taste as they sometimes do when cooked in the old-fash-ioned way . Add the usual amount of sugar to the fresh fruit when putting into the oven and the berries are cooked while you are ironing , washing dishes or using the top of the stove for whatever work you may have on hand . As soon as the berries are thoroughly heated through , put in jars and seal . . All kinds of berries are fine when cooked in this way . They do not boil hard enough to boil over and will not burn unless they arc forgotten and left to cook too long . Fruit butters are most advantageou...

Publication Title: Better Farming
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