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PANSIES IN WINTER . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 19 January 1907

PANSIES IN WINTER . Pansies can be successfully grown and made to bloom throughout the winter if given the proper conditions . They can not be kept in the south window of a living room , where the temperature stands at from 70 to 80 degs . continually , and where the atmosphere is so dry that nothing could thrive except green lice and red spiders . There are few of us who do not possess a cold , damp , dismal room or cellar , where roses would chill to death , that would be a splendid home for pansies . Just a little sun is all they require , with frequent showerings of water on the foliage , and soon you will find yourself wondering why so many go without flowers on the plea that their houses are too cold by night , and their windows too sunless by day to have them . In the fall I leave the pansies out as long as possible to keep them from actually freezing , then remove them to their winter quarters , from whence I shall later on bring forth many a bright bouquet to delight my you...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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THOSE EXCELLENT HOME-MADE BUNS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 19 January 1907

THOSE EXCELLENT HOME-MADE BUNS . This particular and most toothsome viand is becoming so very popular among our housewives that a dinner to be served cold is seldom planned nowadays that the bun is not found filling its most unique and very necessary part . Be it for a lunch in fathers basket as he goes to his daily labor , or into the lunch-box of the school children as they trudge merrily away to their studies , yet it fills its part . Potato Buns . —One cupful soft yeast saved when baking bread , 1 cupful lukewarm water , 1 cupful mashed potatoes , 2 tablespoonfuls white sugar , X cupful lard . Stir all together and set in a warm location to lighten . Form into loaf with flour , and let rise for three hours . At the end of this time form into small cakes . and allow them to lighten nicely . Bake in a moderate oven until well browned , remove and soften tops with fresh butter . This will make forty nice-sized buns . Breakfast Buns . —While stirring up the bread dough , when yet in...

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Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 19 January 1907

Plowing in January in the Southwest . The farmer in the Southwest is plowing ia January and February , while you are hugging the stove and trying to keep your family and stock from freezing . He lives out-door life the entire year and is never shut in by blizzards and the like . Snow is almost unknown and it is seldom cold enough to freeze . He has none of the hardships of winter to bear . He does not have to build expensive barns for his stock , nor does he have to feed and shelter them all winter . Neither does he have to remain idle half the year . The Southwestern farmer has all the best of you . Besides avoiding all the discomforts and expenses of winter he has bought his land for a small part of what yours cost , and he can often raise two and thee good crops on it , while you are lucky to get one good one . Why don t you leave the cold winters and become a Southwestern farmer yourself ? You can get a big farm in the Southwest for what a small farm costs in your state . In a f...

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Page 21 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 19 January 1907

F S —J Canadian Government s ^ FREE ARM i ^ i ^ 9 lnB ^ , A V E R 200 . ° 00 AmerlJJJP CTjH j \ _) can farmers who rtilUKfflt I have settled in CanallwiK f £ A J da duriuir he past few >* tfp \ tX } QA \ years , testify to the fact V ^ iHCSffdM lal Canada Is beyond ^ M !^ LW iumuu \\ Question the greatest sef pBJsMJ I farming land in the world . 31 Over Ninety Million WA Bushels of Wheat fc ^ JM from the harvest of 1906 means p CT gsi E °° d money to the farmers of . vKjj & f Western Canada , when the world ? Staffs has to be fed . Cattle Raising :, ¦ of * G Dairying nnd Mixed Farming : are ^ m ^ f also profitable callings . Coal . - ^ 4 wood and water in abundance ; jjjfr - ^ churches and schools convenient ; fft * k n ! ar 5 Sets easy of access ; taxes low . Jpfip / X * Super ! iiloin . int of lniml ^ ralioa ¦ vftijt ; Ottawa , Canada , ^^ WQ | or tho authorized Canadian Government Agont * HB H . M . WILLIAMS ILPHI 413 Gardner IluUdlnff mm \ Toledo , Ohio &a...

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1 GRANGE 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 19 January 1907

1 GRANGE 1 THE GRANGE IN KENTUCKY . I read with much interest , in the Grange columns in The Ohio Farmer , what The Grange js doing in Ohio . and would be only too glad to hear more of how you run things in Ohio Grange meetings , how you make the meetings interesting , and how you conduct your buying and selling through The Grange . It would be a great help to us here in Kentucky . Let us exchange views and thus get the experience of each other . To show how great is the value of such a medium as this paper , I wanted to learn something about Angora goats , for they were new to me , and I made an inquiry through The Ohio Farmer columns , and two gentlemen in Ohio answered through this paper , giving their experience of about five years with Angoras , and this alone was worth a great many times the price of the paper . Our Grange is Good Will ( No . 12 C 5 ) , and is located four miles east of Cynthiana , Harrison Co . ( N . ) ( Cynthiana is the place from which John Morgan sent so m...

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

A FORK IN CUBAN ACRES Thli sound ! and li unusual , hut It s n fact . A ten-acre farm In Cuba will produce more than 0 > ie hundred and sixty acres In the North , because « K ££ ? S * »» continuous . Cuba out . tV 5 S 8 ? 5 ^ ° » tnern California in producing fruits and vegetables . oft .,, growingfrom three et . ? B \ SS £ 5 /^ M . nBaTn * » « k ° . f Cub . sav * •? i , ; , I r W < 1 ; , »* -Govornor-aenor » l ,, d if , ... ??! , i J wore cal , c • ¦ »•>!« time c uld llid thoi 0 ™ . ™ 1 ; 0 ™ »> ° nK >> <> America U , o U iiiand , Cub ! a a ! StOP , ° , ,, ly » om * The TurlEunno i . aud Co . have a clear nnd ah . tha n tela 2 d e aMfeWi fil . eSt PlanWUon on i it . i . . Vl ° l ? < 1 » tlon 1 Particularly favorable for both rail and water transportation The * are offering small tracts of land for sale at a price which makes it easy for a man of email mean , to own n profitable farm i...

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Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 19 January 1907

I There P Must O be Some Advantage R 30000 Use THE SMITH REMIE The SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER CO ., 70 B Prospect Ave .. eland , Ohio . mmmmmmmmmmmmmt mWand better ones , earlier to mature WW sUid using less seed , when you plant ^ V with our I Acme Hand Planter I Deposits seed at just the right depth in m moist soil Neither seed nor soil can dry = ¦ H £ . ,. j 3 eed Brows nt once . Cheapest and Wt easiest wayjo plant . Works well In any oil , mi sod or new laud , ir your dealer can t fur . ^ B Dish It . send SI and his name ; we will ^ K snip charges paid . Write for Itooklet . j £ ? 4 sH H ^& llie Acme of Potato front , Free •_¦ JW W- 3 sW Potato Implement Co ., ^ nVw ^ fl a ^ X . ^ Box »«• srMm m Wk .. r ^ sW Traverse Cily , ^^ Lm ^ W .-M Mm ^ SM Wamlll Mich - ^ J ¦ / tow Down Wagons soon earn their cost on any farm . Steel Wheels m > for uirm wagons . Strai ghl or etac- n ^* L £ \ e \ Eered spokes . Any HIZ « wa . it . vd , aiiv f Iffiw ^ nl width of tire . ...

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A Woman ' s Health [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 19 January 1907

A Woman s Health Is a heritage too sacred to be experimented with . For her peculiar and defficate aittm ? iits onl y medicines of _ known . composition and which contain . ii \ alcojjQj ^ iiarcotics , or other harmful or habit-forming drugs should Be ^ uploySrJv ^ The one medicine which fulfills all these requirements is Dr . . Pierce s Favorite Prescription—a remedy with a record of over forty years of cures to recommend it ; a remedy , the makers of which print its formula on every bottle-wrapper and attest its completeness and correctness under oath ; a remedy devised and adapted to worn an s delicate constitution by an educated physician—an experienced specialist in woman s diseases ; a remedy , every ingredient of which has received the written endorsement of the most eminent medical writers of all the several schools of practice for the cure of womans peculiar diseases ; a . rerflgcly which has more bona-fide cures to its credit than any Other sold by druggists for woman s sp...

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Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 19 January 1907

• 3 vjk 3 • 2 REASONS WHY 10 REASONS WHY % m YOU t = a YOU • • SHOULD BUY ™~^ SHOULD BUY • SOUTH DAKOTA LANDS OF THE • BIG SIOUX VALLEY LAND CO . • SIOUX FALLS , S . D . • 1 st . S . E . partofourBtateiainthegrcAtfcrtile •* • Mississippi Valley . Formation of soil is the same • • as that of Iowa and Illinois , black vegetable • • mould to a depth of 21 to 3 ft ) n ., with a porous % M clay mili-soil . Wcscll good land cheap , » 25 to M 0 £ 0 per acre according to local ion and Improvements . 0 m 2 d . Wo have the same climatic conditions nnd m , f rain fall , a * Northern Iowa and Illinois , where f - * land that does not produce any more corn per — J acre , sells at $ 75 to « 125 . per acre . South Dakota s J ? acreage to corn in 190 ( 1 . was 1 . 978 . 46 a acres ; pro- J • duction was 77 . 414 , 3 . > I Icif-IMs ; average produc- ? • Mon of tho statu , 36 . 7 bu . per acre . • 3 d . Our Agency covers the 16 S . E . counties of • • the State , which produce over 80 per ...

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Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 19 January 1907

Mingttejieterfyimj- -, r ^ J ^ C ftvc i The editor of this magazine has fre- O _ £ /_ ¦ ! s __ V quently urged his readers to do all they • At 1 %% AM MM 9 _ V can towards making the home as 4 / yj /? t 7 ¦)/?/ p /\ f j £ i 1 / 1 / 1 n / iri n Si Art / I / IM . | , I 77 /_¦ ¦ 0 1 _ B L _ V cheerful as possible for all ; the family . /// CUC / V ^ TlJ flCTlCClfl UOtfiC . / Am W ^ W Now I want to tell you how you can _/ — —»»••* # vvwrv r ^/\ yiti /^ m tm ¦ RJ | Wk KV 8 nead w ° hat C Thomas y A Edison the ^ £ hono S ra Ph is Mr Edison s pet and hobby . Though he has / A B \ oV the * 20 thVe ^ tury . ^ has said : WZar ~* onlJ the Phonograph Company , of which he owns practicall y IM £ _ 9 HI 1 want to see a phonograph in ev- every share of stock . Mr . Edison knows of the wonderful pleasure IM Wm _ H Wmm « 1 SL \ ery American home . ^ bis instrument has provided and is providing in thousands of homes . IM Bf _ B Kftv 3 I « WM \ m \ anine what a wonderful pleasure it fL- FtjJOIAT Cf ~ ...

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A MAINE FARM . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907

A MAINE FARM . A . W . Oilman , the commissioner of agriculture of Maine is a sure-enough farmer with one of the best equipped farms in the central part of the state . A view of the farmstead is shown in the accompanying photograph . It is a typical Maine farmstead in the arrangement of buildings , all being connected . Mr . Gilman called attention to the fact that he could go from his din-ing-room in his slippers in any kind of weather and do all of his feeding without going up or down a single step and without opening a single outside door . From the kitchen one steps into the wood-house and general storage room . This connects with the dairy room on one side and that with the ice-house . Passing toward the barn we entered the work shop ; next the carriage stable and beyond that the horse stables . Close partitions separate each . Nearly all barns in Maine have a basement , barn cellar they call it , and all stock except hogs nrp kent ahnve Tran ilnnrs narmit rhu manure , dressing...

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SOURCES OF FERTILIZING ELE -MENTS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907

SOURCES OF FERTILIZING ELEMENTS . It would seem to be good policy on the part of all fertilizer manufacturers—as it is of some—to protect the interests of their patrons , and thereby insure future patronage . That such is not the policy of certain manufacturers is evinced by the dissatisfaction among some of the farmers in various states in regard to certain brands which are placed on the market as high grade . and while they doubtless contain the best grades of potash and phosphoric acid , judging by analysis , yet are combined with the lowest forms of nitrogen . It is a fact understood by most farmers that nitrogen in an available form and in a condition to assist immediate growth , is the most expensive of the three nutritive elements . It is the most important element , as the size of plants are controlled by it . and unless the crop is supplied with it , to correspond with the amount of potash and phosphoric acid , the two latter can not perform their work . Thus it is prove ! ...

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AGRICULTURAL QUESTION BOX . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907

AGRICULTURAL QUESTION BOX . What are the four greatest difficulties you have had lo contend with in . your line of farming during the last len yearst We will publish brief replies from leaders . E . L . H ., who proposed the question , gives the following as his answer . First , lack of working capital . Second ,-sickness and doctor s hills . Third , poor line fences . Fourth , destructive birds and Insects .

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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EXPERIMENT FARM NOTES . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907

EXPERIMENT FARM NOTES . Annual Financial Statement . — As Usual for the last 15 years at about this date , I give the total income and expenses of the farm as an investment , not the earnings of myself as a worker or the expenses or benevolences of myself and wife . These last are of no interest to Ohio Farmer readers , and have no bearing upon the general purpose of the experiments from year to year , which is , to find out whether farming on a farm originally of less than average fertility but under intelligent supervision , can be made to pay reasonable dividends . For the benefit of new subscribers and to keep the matter clearly before the minds of all , I now explain briefly again , as usual . The farm contains 116 acres of glaciated bowlder clay land slightly rolling and with naturally tough , compact and rather thin and unproductive clayey soil . Until I bought it in 1863 and moved onto it in 1864-5 , almost none of It was ever plowed , as was also true of similar clayey farm...

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CROSS INCOME 1906 . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907

CROSS INCOME 1906 . 1 . Maple syrup $ 327 . 00 2 . Seed oats , crop of 1906 375 . 00 3 . Seed wheat sold and screenings 126 . 20 4 . Apples , cider , boiled cider .. 2 , 693 . 23 5 . Potatoes sold 216 . 70 G . Seed potatoes for next year 40 . 00 7 . Hay 350 . 00 8 . Dairy ; milk used and calves and heifers sold .... 375 . 00 9 . Pork and pigs used or sold . 54 . 00 10 . Wood used in family .... 25 . 00 11 . Use of two houses and garden and of horses . carriages , etc 250 . 00 12 . Permanent improvements made by farm labor and charged in labor account .. 55 . 00 13 . Total gross income 1906 . . $ 4 , 887 . 13 TOTAL EXPENSES OF RUNNING THE FAliM , 1906 . 14 . Wages of foreman ( except apple work ) 360 . 00 15 . House of foreman 120 . 00 16 . Second hand ( except apple work ) 340 . 00 17 . Syrup cans and boxes and syrup bought 105 . 10 18 . Physical labor of self , 120 days at $ 1 . 50 180 . 00 19 . Harvesting , threshing and baling grain and hay and fuel for same 79 . 80 20 . Mill fee...

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