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| AGRICULTURAL t SCIENCE [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 19 January 1907

| AGRICULTURAL t SCIENCE A NEW ALFALFA DISEASE . Press Bulletin No . 28 of the Colorado Experiment Station , Ft . Collins , Col ., mentions a disease of alfalfa that has proved quite destructive in that state . We quote , essentially , from th <» bulletin : Up to the present time the alfalfa plant in Colorado has been practically free from diseases . It is true that leafspot is always present and in damp situations a mildew often makes its appearance . The former disease causes a considerable amount of damage in the aggregate but after all its presence is not usually considered . Recently a bacterial blight has appeared and in some localities it has been quite destructive . Complaints have come to the Experiment Station from one locality for the past three seasons of the dying out of alfalfa plants in the spring . The growers could scarcely believe that the trouble was due to winter injury since it had not occurred before under similar conditions , and since dead plants w...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 19 January 1907

^^ p |! sV * r % j * J ni 1 BllllBHifflffl I Honey pnt Into a Silo i * r MillIII ffPTn TTTTnttl one of tl > 0 most prof . tI $ —* 111 Illl | ° Investments the Iflfltnt TfSlT tlfntni * JiI , rn ( , r can make . It /¦ - SBI IIIIIL larnlrtheswreen , sucon- * f ^ fflrrr TH ™!! illSifsa on ^ eo * sml prass & £ rSjgyl ! .. Bt lt !* # Gs- ^ ftI conditions during tho ^^^^^ j ^ Ziffmf ^ entire year , li promm \ mrnW titles a valuable food sup- ^ m * ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ * ^ ply when pastures are dry and enables the farmer to make nae of all his fodder nnd roujrhafr © In Its best and most nutritious feeding condition . I THE HANT > Y ALL-STEEL FRAME SILO MADE IN SAGINAW I never pets out of order— lasts a llfc-tlmo . Once construftod It s as permanent as a barn . Its built right and air tight , the doors always work freely and its steel frame makes it perfectly rlffid . Write and tell us how many head of stock you keep and well tell you how a Silo will pay for itself ...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 19 January 1907

The BucRcyc Clipper Promises to Astonish the Vehicle World this Year . The Buckeye Clipper , the 1007 model of The Columbia Mfg . & Supply Co .. Ia going to set the pace In the vehicle race this year . Us manufacturers are ready to prove that their factory equipment for turning out economical and guaranteed work is the most complete in the State of Ohio and that the whole Buckeye line possesses more po : nta of real merit than any other buggies offered at corresponding prices . The manufacturers guarantee also is extraordinary . Their catalog at this writing Is in the bands of the printer . It Is free . Dont fall to send for it . Address Columhia Mfg . & gunnlr Co ., No . 108 Summer St ., Cincinnati , O . 0 RIVE IN COMFORT and is *** turned into tho perfect open topconveyance Tor Una days . Ono bUKtry for all weatnor . Lightest storm proof bagiry made , the only ono that works perfectly . Convenient , comfortable , honestly buile Write for catalogue Q . Fouts...

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I THE DAIRY 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 19 January 1907

I THE DAIRY 1 NO FOOL PROOF COW . Every little while we bear some wellE : inlng person discussing the merits c : ihe dual-purpose cow . She must be a air milker with medium rich milk , have a carcass that will make passbeef . She must be hardy and able i itand a medium to excessive amount of abuse and neglect from fool keepei . In order to obtain these much deuualilies some propose to select iiluals from the beef breeds v lien are supposed to possess them in greater abundance than i he dairy i < ls . Others would secure them by ing and re-crossing various breeds . For instance , they will take a • in for her large yield of milk c . i 1 cross her with a Jersey to get a test . Then they will cross with a Shorthorn to get a large frame and a Red Poll to take the horns off , and a Galloway to get a thick coat . Then ti y ihink they have a cow that will a lot of milk with a lot o . butter in it , and she will raise a big steer that will make a lot of beef . She will not need d...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 19 January 1907

H- iaottbutte M W AmmWm * U you ca lncrease V 01 butter production MM without any increased cost or any more work W fm mm won t it pay you to do it ? And if you can get M W m M _ - ^ more butter from you mill : with leai Mm m mmm ± *•*• that will be still better , wont It ? ^ M \ M m m ^ S That s exactly what you can do if you M VasWflMs ^ t v d o ns MR - L EITING did—buy a Sharpies Tubular Separator . Here s f what he says about the Tubular : Randolph . Nebraska , Feb . 15 th , 1906 . , 0 ne G , e . ntl f me ? , : - ? n , u the , 23 rd day of January 1906 , I took a No . 4 Sharpies Tubular Separator on trial . On learning ; that I was in the market for a cream separator , the agent for the disc style bucket bowl separator brought one to my farm and requested me to give it a trial before making a purchase . Alter giving both machines a fair trial , 1 concluded to keep the tubular as I consider it far superior to the other machine . It skims closer , runs easier , and is yery much ea...

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OLEO IN YORK STATE . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 19 January 1907

OLEO IN YORK STATE . Subscriber . Jefferson , O ., sends us a clipping from a Plain Dealers New York letter , in which a groceryman of that state lays the blame of highpriced butter upon the oleo law , which has reduced the output of that product from 150 million pounds to 50 millions . The groceryman says : We can not sell oleomargarine or anything that looks like it . Subscriber asks if this is true—that the sale of oleo is prohibited in York state . It is not true . Geo . L . Flanders , first assistant commissioner of agriculture in New York , in reply to our request for the New York oleo law , says : The statute of the state of New York relative to oleomargarine forbids its sale in imitation or semblance of butter ; that is the statute in essence . It does not define that imitation . The only cases that have been tried here involving the question of imitation are cases in which the imitation was by color . It has not yet been determined whether oleomargarine that smells and tast...

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DIFFICULT CHURNING . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 19 January 1907

DIFFICULT CHURNING . I write in hopes that some of The Ohio Farmer readers can help me . For the last five weeks I have spent a great deal of my time churning but didn t succeed in getting butter at any time . 1 would start with the temperature at 62 ; it gets thick and looks at every move of the dasher , after I churn a half hour , as though the butter was coming . Some weeks I kept at it mostly all day , then set it away and start the next day , but no butter . It does seem such a pity to throw the cream away when butter is so dear . I have only the one cow and she is due fresh the middle of May . We feed her corn stalks and some small potatoes and peelings . The milk and cream did not freeze . The pantry is comfortable . The milk , after I skim it , has a curious taste and it smells wrong . although it . is not sour . I can t use it . The cow has had two calves , and only at one churning , after first calf , did I have such trouble ; that was the last churning before she went dry...

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 19 January 1907

i ^ Ufl s ^ Ufl s ^ s ^ sfl Bl THE INVENTION THAT ID I REVOLUTIONIZED DAIRYING § I Within the last twenty-five years the dairying industry has been completely revolutionized-. In that time dairying has developed from a mere side issue to be one of the worlds foremost industries . Once the cow was looked upon as a luxury . Today she is a wealth producer of the first order . What MM has been the cause of this progress ? A single mechanical in- \ WM m ^\ ventlon accomplished it , —the invention of the DE LAVAL BUS Centrifugal Cream Separator in 1879 . Ever since then dairying history has been DE LAVAL history . Soon the farmer who does not own a separator will be the exception . It is simply a I question of the cow owners learning about the wonderful benefits and advantages of the DE LAVAL machine . If you dont DM know what they are , ask the DE LAVAL user , and write for WM a DE LAVAL catalog , or better still ask for a free trial of a KJ machine in your own home . We wont expect you ...

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I HORTICULTURE 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 19 January 1907

I HORTICULTURE 1 FORESTRY IN OHIO . —II . NOT A LONG TIME PROPOSITION . Is forestry wholly a long-time proposition ? That depends upon what we mean by forestry . If we understand forestry to be concerned altogether in the growing of such giants of the forests as our forefathers cleared away , then it must be conceded that it takes a long time for such trees to grow . If our ideals of usable and marketable timber are founded upon what we have seen in the past and our notions of forestry are based upon the production of trees three or four feet in diameter then there is no question as to the time required . If forestry has to do with the production of large , slow-growing trees only ; if thinnings can not be utilized ; if there are no rapid growing trees which can be used , then forestry is indeed a lgng time proposition . But by good forest management we can shorten Natures periods and it is not necessary that we seek to imitate her as to final results . Even now small timber of vari...

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If You Read This [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 19 January 1907

If You Read This It will be to learn that tho leading modlcal writers and teachers of all tho several schools of practice recommend , in the strongest terms possible , each and every Ingredient entering into tho composition of Dr . Pierces Golden Medical Discovery for the cure of weak stomach , dyspepsia , catarrh of stomach , liver complaint , torpid liver , or biliousness , chronic bowel affections , and all catarrhal diseases of whatever region , name or nature . It is also a specific remedy for all such chronic or long standing cases of catarrhal affections and their resultants , as bronchial , throat and lung disease ( except consumption ) accompanied with severe coughs . It is not so good for acute colds and cough * , but for lingering , or chronic cases it is especially efficacious in producing perfect cures . It contains Black Cherrybar ! : , Golden Seal root , Bloodroot , Stone root . Mandrake root and Queen s root—all af which are highly praised as remedies for all the abo...

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 19 January 1907

, DIBBLES SEEDPOT ATOES Raised In ihe cold North , are the BEST IN THE WORLD The moat complete teat of potatoes ever made was that of 825 varietlee on the Eden Trial Grounda , Alass ., last year . One variety of Dibbles introduction outylelded all others . One variety of Dibblea introduction was the beat eat Iv . One variety of Dltiblea Introduction was the best for main crop . Ono variety of Dibble a introduction was tho beat blight resistant . Full descrlptlona of thla teat In our now . Ulna , trated , 1907 Farm Seed Catalog , free . . EDWARD F . DIBBLE , Seedgrower , Honeoye Falls , New York . GOOD ^^ iig I » SEEDS 1 P / ^ gJHpHEJlP j ; < IP ®« l | l ^ ivER CROWM I A wonderful big catalog CDCC ¦ Full of engravings of every iHCC I I variety , with prices lower than other 1 7 dealers . Oldest reliable seed grow- ? er in America . No old seed . All fresh . They will grow or will refund money . Big Loi Exlra Packages Free wilh Every Order . Send yours and your neighbor s a...

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 19 January 1907

¦¦^ KBMH Onr catalog la rich with I LULL I it ttiti t l .-ii fi . r the r m \ F enlilitnce of fur in era I and b-nrdoncre . it lias . . , , been a preat help to thousands—naa hoeii tho im-ana of turning many a failure Into BOGOGefl . I The great variety of Ticetahlo nnd flower I H ^^ aoul a Include the Item . . r the old standard I ¦¦ ^ esese- and such new kinds 08 have proved I n . ® %£% s . oi vi , 1 , l ° uy actual test . IKM J- >¦ H . GREGORY & SON . I ~ » K »& £ ^ Marblehead , Miss . HERRY 5 Seeds I prove their worth at harvest I time . After over fifty years of I success , they arc pronounced I the best and surest by careful I planters everywhere . Your I dealer sells them . 1907 Seed I Annual free on request . Mm \ \ Wk •>• -II- FERRY Si CO ., Detroit , Mich . ¦ »*• - all whoaslc for It . _ « MM | . Y LEWIS ririf . ns . Flnr .-il Turk . . . V ^ M % \> Peach Trees * .-X i / s - f r & sSsttZ ^ . fine , stocky ...

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 19 January 1907

¦ 4 $ ] Lodge Button J ^^^^ SH I only a small assortment of In each and every pair of pll . iX # & 6 pjtj ^ t ^ OVERALLS and JACKETS ¦ Sifi ^ GSal I are L lu St BOO overalls I and jackets in the United B & £ § r ^ P ^ fflH Ing salesmen , and you arc I better , and look nicer than ^/ = 9 any other 5 U-cent overalls HT T * II Ask your dealer for Wat ; ~_^~ -M them . If he cannot supHsL ^ ^^ ^ _ JJMM \ ^ - * ver kind , we will send I you , as a sample only , one pair of overalls or one lm ^ 2 * ° » % ¦ ^ , et us know * ne edge Kj ^^ j rfjjB I 25 to 50 cents are just as HUSH I have buttons for boys too . K ^ N / lHVr-SJf - n orderinsr be sure to L & 1 K > Z / K jfl Eive waist measure and Hs | v _^^ JjjHB breast measure for jackwant solid blue , solidblack ¦ B ^ - ^ vp ^ TBM or fancy striped goods , and WM fj ?? w , WM f you want overalls say K JjijIL jS whether plain or apron . Make Plowing Easy This truck will fit any beam , \ H M A y righ...

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 19 January 1907

. \ The best forks bear this label S iS ^ CoM lNo MoiS K Good Fork must be formed on cor- Aak your Dealers to let you see 1 *» rect lines , for the spccialvwrh il the True Temper line . has to do . And It must hang just » * * II I right , feel handy , and work easily . it includes Hay Forks , Manure „ * * Forks . Spading Forks , Barn Forks . Header Forks , — every known kind True Temper forks are as perfect ot good fork , as well as Hoes , Rakes , I [ I as the science of mechanics and skill Wcedcrs , Hooks and all other Farm I ||| l of workmen can produce . and Garden Hand-Tools—-They must prove true in quality , The best tools you have ever construction , hang and temper bought at the same prices you have II II under severe tests and inspections always paid . Ill III before they are allowed to wear the * * . I True Temper label — the label that Write ua today for our FREE BOOK , | appears in this advertisement . Tools and Their Uses . It tells how to I 111 Thty are by far tiic bat ...

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

• Tint s jusi like the Government , Stoppin the Free Distribution of Seeds , Just When Im Beginning to Have Some Use for Them . —Courtesy Cleveland Plain Dealer ,

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