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Page 21 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 12 January 1907

A K & iam & zo © A Direct to You < 4 g | . IKalamazoos are fuel savers , — They last a lifetime - __¦_ ¦ Economical in all respects— Yvl They are low in price and hiffh in quality , - * ) m I 1 J hey r . re easily operated and quickly sei up and jMJAu ___________ TH . made ready for business , — O ? - r- HH • J \ Buy from the actual manufacturer . — * -c _> -- _ V : s Your money returned if everything is not exactly as JA \ __ h- _ JMfc ^ represented— Awk | M % Vou keep in yonr own pocket the dealers * AwM • m and jobbersprofits when you buy a Kula- ^ W * M B * xnazoo . LW ^^^^ B WE PAY THE FREIGHT . * ^ P ^^ H We want to prove to you lhat yon c-innot OAK STOVE HEATER buy a better stove or range than the Kala- For All Kinds ol Fuel . mazoo . at any price . _________________ We want to show yon how and why you save from 20 £ to 40 S to buying direct from our factory at factory prices . If you think J 5 . or $ 10 , or { 40 . worth saving R...

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I GRANGE ] [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 12 January 1907

I GRANGE ] JACKSON GRANGE , ALLEN CO ., 0 . For many years Jackson Grange . Allen Co .. O ., has held , a Thanksgiving open meeting at its large and convenient hall , three miles south of Lafayette . This year it was our pleasure to meet with this grange at iis Thanksgiving celebration , and to get acquainted wilh the delightful people who make up the membership . Many ol them we had - learned to know by Photo by Harriet Mason . JACKSON GRANGE TTAT . T .. ALLEN CO ., O . name through reports from this section , and by means of the Grange rosier , and it was a delight to have the opportunity to attach these names to the personalities . There were the Helsers , Klingers , Robinsons . Binkleys , Troups . Grubbs , Johnsons * ana scores of others , all good Grange workers and good farmers and good cooks , as we can prove by the good things to eat at the Thanksgiving dinner , and by our entertainment until the following morning . The morning was devoted to a sermon by Rev . Pulkerson—a go...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 12 January 1907

FARM ™ $ 50 fi __ PJ () A ACRES of Miiino-iotii darilwrood timber land XII i * siiii . ii paymrntaiM wn . bnlaaee » IO per Uy month : 10 •«¦ ¦ < --. *» i down uml iho balam * . * e per month . Our I Miitrairt . How . yon to cut toe limber urn ] to nay for tin , land by -loUverim : to us palp-WOOd , railroad ties , lo-ja , etn . Orlfiual i of tiriih .-r ami irnod meadow lamia . • loso to railroad station an . ) sawmill . For mil Informali . n . Write Tho MINNESOTA i . AND _ STOCK AS - N . W-S 36 * Germaiiia !* tii ! di--, L-T ST . IAIl .. MINX . r «» n » nl ¦ m m ««•«• • 2 ml- N . W . of ril KOilT - bo . Columbiana Co ., O . i II I Ul llUlll inotlve ami well annulled with water , fruit and fence . . There are two Beta of bnilillues all in mood repair ; two -rood 8-1 mod houses ; two basement burn ., C . uo * 0 l 52 , the otherM-cM . Never-falling water at both houses and running water In both barns . Surface is level enough and soil Is Bandy enon-zh for easy cultivation . ...

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Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 12 January 1907

Pr _ f Qa I es Seventy Acres ¦ */¦ WaiCvERy FERTILE SOIL Suitable for urowing potatoes . Good fruit and wati-r . Beautiful situation for country home , 2 ! 4 miles south of Sharon Center . Ohio , ami 2 miles north of Wndsworth , O . Telephone nnd rural route . Only 12 miles from excellent mart ets in Akron and Borberton . Price reasonable . A . G . ABBOTT . R . P . Ho . 2 , Sharon Center , Ohio . FOR INF 0 RMATI 0 N : ; i % » n d - B d er ,. The Nation s Garden Spot Along the line of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad In Virginia , North and South Carolina . Geor * .-l » , Alabama and Florida , writ * to Wll BUR MrP . ftY ¦*<••¦ » -ifnt- ., < . IIILDUn mCbUI , JACKSONVILLE , FLORIOB .

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FIELD NOTES . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 12 January 1907

FIELD NOTES . Huron Co ., O .. ( N . C . ) Jan . 3 . —A white Christmas but a very green New Year . Wheat and grass came out from under tin- snow as green as possible and looks ver y promising . Only one week of winter . The roads are almost impassable and fields are soft and muddy . —E . P . S . Darke Co .. O .. i W . C . ) Jan . 1 . —Warm and rainy . Live stock In good demand and price , especially milk cows and horses . wli-at good ; tobacco is stripping out nicely and yielding from 1 , 200 to 2 . 000 lb . per acre and selling at 10 @ 14 c . All work well cared for ; a prosperous year generally . —C . K . Smelker . Muskingum Co .. O .. ( C . ) Dec . 28 . —Fine winter weather . Stock doing well but are scarce and high in price . Cattle , 3 V _@ 5 e ; sheep , ? 1 © 6 head ; hogs , 61 £ @ 6 c ; turkeys , 13 c ; chickens , 9 c ; bulter , 20 @ 2 Bc ; eggs , 25 @ 30 c ; corn , 40- @> 45 c ; oats , 35 c ; wheat , TOc : hay . $ 8 ® 10 . —D . W . Duff . Crawford Co .. O ., ( N ...

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Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 12 January 1907

$ 4 . 00 to $ 8 . 00 Per Acre That s What a Good Spreader Will Do if Used as It Should Be - Write Us And S Let Us Tell You d I How . it V AII U IUA 125 loads of manure to IT I Oil Haf C spread we will tell you how you can increase the value of your crop i his year more than enough to pay for a spreader . We issue a 64-page book which explains the whole situation . A Manure Spreader will bring you bigger nnd quicker returns than any other three implements you have on your farm . An v _| MM is not a theory , it is an actual ( Jill rian fact backed up by 18 years actual experience . TL . D «« Lr will be sent to you free . It J lie DOOK is worth 8100 . 00 but wont cost you a cent . If it does not do you any good , it wont do you any harm . It s brimfull of valuable information . A Manure Spreader Must Be Made Extra Strong . Dont buy a light spreader . Dont buy a spreader that has a pine pole and pine frame . Dont buy an experiment , a machine that has been on the market only a few years...

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Page 23 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 12 January 1907

HAPPY HOMES IN THE TALL TIMBER tree . Booklet which tell , about HARD * WOODTIMBKR LANDS in Aitkin Co ., Minnenota , whL . ro lino crops of all kinds aio rniacd . and tlio boat dairying country in tho United States . Pries reasonable and terms the most liberal you over heard of . Write today to L . B . ARNOLD , L . 1111 I Ant .. C . R . 1 . S P . Ry . Co .. 535 Wol . in Bliln ., DULUTH , MINN . Buy Land Now V _ n s n u e n 8 n 8 y eeI I can sell yoo farmi and plantatlonj today In deep , rich ¦ oil lections of Tennenee at $ 6 to $ 20 an aero for ca » h , or , on easy terms . You can raise cotton , wheat , potato .-, hay . vtgotibloi . or fine itock fait enough In thai Sue , healthful climate to quickly pay for your land , which la e-i »_ uelng in value rapidly with tho prosperity of the South . Writ * melodnyforAwfa nnd fr _ oJ > ooklo _ i . H . F . SMITH . Traffic Jigr . N . 0 . & St . Louii By ., Nash villa , Tenn . Dopt . O . $ 5 to $ 2 Q an Acre &am...

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Page 23 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 12 January 1907

-E- PAGE - - ^ = ; = ? oul . ryFence—- __ _ j , Strongest , beat on tho T *~ market . Fences poultry ~ T ¦» - - 1 - J » . stock out , nnd lnsts . - - L —_ . I , Coats loss erected than common nottinj .. because - j - it requires no boards at * • « . —— J _ top or bottom and no few - _ , , II posts—one every EO feet . ~~ ____ . rT ~ >* mi can t nilord to buy ~ ¦ —* — . iff . ~ poultry fence without In- ~ *~ • — -I EL ~ vest , gating Page . Write — T _[ T _____ T ^ for dewcriptions . ~ — . ~* __ -j | H fc __ 3 r pa * eWo ** n Wire FenceCo . - * ^ ZZ—Z ^ QPP ^ S Box 166 , Adrian , Mich . ~ 7 COILED SPRING P £ II fl P ^^ £ tNbt i ^ jpAWj BW ^ A VZAMl Every wire am ! every twist li ?~*^& AAWt m mfl ^ M n brace to all other wires and ^^ ii ^ U ¦ Hors ° - n ! sh , Bull-strong , PigI __ t 5 _» l 30 DAYS FREE TRIAL , ^ V ^^ MflQI ftnd sold direct to farmer , freight ?*^^ T ^ TT ? % _* 3 H Our Catalogue tells how Wir » —i __ J ^ - ^ ^ i 3 _^*^| ¦ made—how It Is galvaniz...

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Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 12 January 1907

Merchandise ^ Sheriff s and Receivers Sales SAVE 30 TO 50 PER CENT . OR TOUR PURCHASES . THE CHICAGO HOUSE WRECKING COMPANY is the only concern in the world devoted to the purchase and sale of | general stocks of merchandise of every kind from Sheriffs , Receivers and other sales . We save you money . The wonderful I opportunity that is now offered you to secure staple articles in every line at extremely low prices demands your closest attention . The way to make money is to save it . Our whole business is one of quick action . We have these goods today and tomorrow I they may be sold . Dont delay . Bargains wait for no man . Send us your order today . Absolute satisfaction guaranteed . ¦^¦ SBHHHHHBBai _ B _ B _ ____ l _ H ___ H _ _ a _ H __ BJ _ BBT | ip WORLDS RflRftAIM PFNTER BHL _ HBH _^_ i _ H _ H _ l _ MIR ^ HE 8 ^ nHHHlHHIHIH J ^ E * ^ DOORS FROM 60 c UP 8-ply IM , Brand . 103 aq . U . . BOe RMHSEK 31 loads . HandsomeH -and th . ore » reason for It . Our prices as a T _ .. , ...

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I UTILIZING ROUGH LANDS II [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 19 January 1907

I UTILIZING ROUGH LANDS II By S . W- MOORE ,, Mason County , West Virginia Special Article Number 1 This is a subject which has claimed little attention of the average West Virginian in the past . But today as one goes about over the state , and especially when in institute work , he is often asked the question even by old men , What are we to do with our rough lands ? Why are they asking this question now more than in former years ? Are their lands any rougher than they used to be ? What has brought about this change of effort on the part of the people ? Let us look back but a few years and see what these rough lands looked like and what the people on them were doing , so that we may compare conditions then and now . It has been only a very few years since our rough land was the home of much wild game , which gave the inhabitants of those sections the finest of sport , as well as a fair income during the winter . They were also engaged in preparing timber for the markets . A heavy ...

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AGRICULTURAL - QUESTION BOX . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 19 January 1907

AGRICULTURAL - QUESTION BOX . What is the test fertilizer for tobacco ; what amount should be applied per acre and what kind of soil gives best resultsf Readers who have had experience are requested to answer briefly for publication .

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STARTING A NEW YEAR . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 19 January 1907

STARTING A NEW YEAR . With the beginning of the new year , resolutions are made by almost every one . As time goes on we gradually sink back into a state of lethargy and our new resolutions are forgotten and the close of the year finds us where we were when we started . We must either progress or retrograde . If we do not strive to do better farming , care for our stock in a more systematic manner and endeavor to make our homes better and life more worth the living we will certainly go back . It is the incentive to do and be better that keeps us on the upward Incline . There is no other class of men who have more time and better opportunities to make new vows and formulate new plans and bring them down to a working sysstem than the farmers . During the long winter evenings is his time for study . At this time of the year definite plans should be formulated for the coming crop season , and then when ¦ the spring work opens up with its hustle and bustle , all will not be in a confusio...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 19 January 1907

SHELLS BANNER SEED COLLECTION t \ f \& I 52 * WORTH FOR A 111 To Introdnce oar tested ^™ ^^ ^ ^ northern grown seeda to BM Mawjft m * % thousands of new cux- Z ^^^& fsA m ^ L timers we will send this Ban- / g ^ B I nor Collection worth 5- ^ for # giHB I JfKK I 20 c . Iteonsistsof one p . ieket , 7- ¦• - * .,-.. § IflTCsl each : — Premo Sweet Corn ; IP fflMM I ™| I , Itf liming Express Cabbage ; gtfSBm * k M Verifirst Lettuce ; Crimson ! ::. ^( fl _^ 0 £ Giant Radish ; Juno Fink To-EBfio 1 SHELLS M ** EAP _ LY BIRDtyjHl RADISHipj § W ft ^ Boautlful color and shape . ffe ^ slH ^ fA ¦ excellent quality , tender , njisa IB I Juicy and crisp ; no verb * .- 9 | H ^ I JEBoL I comes pithy . Bent radish ^ Hdfl « m < ja | f ,, r home use or for market , SB ^ f \ m % V M Tho Early Bird Is tho fMfc ^| ^ L M earliest , llnest flavored , » ^ TW 9 Sfts » handsomest , red turnip radfsn ^) # TB ^ ajp ^ H known . Send Uc to pay for jmoR- 1 I inland postago we will s...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 19 January 1907

[ STOKES : STANDARDS ] T Theb « tf « oi > lntli * worid . Mdai » wway H ofpelUnsthom . I hmr » ¦ elected thetn for voa I from thousands of rsrietica , rwide < i by my 25 your * practical oxpeiifmce nn « t ronstomt ex- I perimentinBiitTny 1 iorneroft Trinl GTOIIIHIH . I I They mnho yonr Ktirrlwi *»* fucctuteful a * tho I most eri * -rt gardeiwr * . My new Iff ? catalogue tells nbont tbene and I other vegetable and dower seed * . * hows nciuul I photographs of whutthcy have rm-tured ; rives complete directions for successful growing , I I sun ° i . c r 5 d Earliest Tomato Ready for marketing before oil other varieties I and naturally commands tiic highest prii cs . alright I I scarlet fruit of great solidity and fine Rarer ) sm loth , I attractively shaped , uniform in sire and exceedingly I productive . L-irKepkt ., 10 ctor ., G ( tei Kill-. # 1 . & 0 . I Write for my n < : W catalogue * nd my IT-W way of selling . Go farther—tell me about...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 19 January 1907

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BUILDING DEPARTMENT . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 19 January 1907

BUILDING DEPARTMENT . ( Conducted by John L . Shawver . ) PLAN . NO . 64 . Farm House . —J . R ., Jelloway . © .. desires a good substantial farm house with comforts , neatness and conveniences , but does not state how much money he cares to invest . It faces two roads , east and south . To give it good appearance we have placed a circular FARM HOUSE . tower to the southeast , which is to be sheathed and shingled . A roomy porch surrounds the tower and two sides of the sitting-room . The rooms are all of fair size . The wood house may be omitted . The house may be heated by hot air furnace , steam or hot water or by three stoves on first floor and two on second to suit the owner . The cost will vary from $ 2 , 500 to 83 , 500 aocordIng to price of labor and the style of finish . We suggest that the entire house be finished in natural wood . Bill stunt . —4 pieces , 2 x 8 x 20 : i pieces , ix 8 xlV ; 60 pieces , 2 x 8 xl 6 ; 72 pieces . 2 xSxl 4 ; 50 pieces , 2 x 8 x 12 ; 70 pieces ,...

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