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jl j . j . The Man of the Hour [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 October 1913
jl j . j . The Man of the Hour THE MAN who has occupied a larger part of newspaper space in the last month than any other is Harry Thaw of Pittsburg and Matteawan . He is not the kind of a fellow to provoke admiration but there are many facts in his unfortunate career that provoke sympathy and hooe that he will escape the clutches of the persistent Jerome . Thaw is the spoiled child of wealth . His spoiling is a matter which must bring as much grieving reflection to his fond mother as the predicament in which he is now placed . He committed a crime , but under circumstances which would have dismissed him from custody with nine juries out of ten . It docs not appear even now that the people of New York state were eager for his recapture . There are said to be twenty-seven men in New York City , men of wealth and socalled social position , who were associated with Thaw s victim in similar practices to those or which Stanford White was charged . These men naturally would prefer Thaw to...
SaviP ; s and Success [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 October 1913
SaviP ; s and Success Sir Thomas Lip on , the great British merchant and yachtman , who , by his own unaided efforts rose from poverty to wealth , recently said : When men tell you there are no more chances in this world , tell them they are mistaken . America abounds in so many that I marvel why any one cares to leave its shores . There are thousands of manufactures that are still in an imperfect state : there are millions of acres that are still to be made productive : there are countless achievements yet to be undertaken . I have often been asked to define the true secret of success . It is thrift in all its phases , and , principally thrift applied to saving . A young man may have many friends , but he will find none so steadfast , so constant , so ready to respond to his wants , so capable of pushing him ahead , as a little leather-covered book with the name of a bank on its cover . Saving is the first great principle of all success . It creates independence , it gives a young ...
OCTOBER , 1913 , College Ruffians [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 October 1913
OCTOBER , 1913 , College Ruffians ANOTHER young man has been killed i „ a rough and tumble fight which marked the opm ing of college this September . In what is known as the tank scrap a £ Purdue Univcrsity , Frank Hogenchain of South Whitley , I n , | had his neck broken . If he were our boy or your boy , it would be impossible to express our feelings of despair and indignation . We are wondering what the feeling must be of college officials who permit these rough neck tactics every autumn when the toll of human life is serious The blame at the bottom must lie with the president and officials of our universities and colleges If the students themselves are so exuberant in animal spirits as to require such pastimes for their outplay we must regret that the old days arc not here when many a college boy had to win his education by spending part of his time at the saw buck and shoveling snow from the sidewalks We know of many an institution little and big where ruffianism has been aboli...
Remember [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 October 1913
Remember The frost is God s harrow . Jl Jl Jl Clods yield no crop or crown . • cA I 3 M t 3 A A man s wit depends on his worth . t ^ A tJA _?¦ A mans capital is . not what he has , but what he is . Jl Jl Jl Education liberates a man from a prison whose walls are ignorance . Jt Jl J * The Lord makes opportunities for everybody , but it is up to us to discover them . Jl Jt Jl Old ways , of course , were good . They have their day , then pass away , because the world is not hitched to any wayside post . If this were not tnu the world would not be growing better .
FEEDING JHPPROHT ' ~ . ' ' ~~ - F" ^_! 4 _ ^^ flJ _________________________________ ll ___ rJ ^_ CCj ^ -. " *""" —————————a— . [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 October 1913
FEEDING JHPPROHT ~ . ~~ - F ^_! 4 _ ^^ _^*_ flJ _________________________________ ll ___ rJ ^_ CCj ^ -. * —————————a— . % J ^ Glenn G . Haye ^ l _ y 2 V OLUMES have been written about ^ the feeding of farm animals and Jr doubtless more volumes are yet to come . It is a progressive subject and there is much more scientific knowledge yet to uather on the subject . Nevertheless , there arc certain simple and basic principles which should be known to every farmer . _ No one ever made the maximum of profit by sellin the raw product . That is a fundamental economic principle . On the farm it is even more true than in the factory . Our lands are not so rich that we can afford to cart them off to the town in the grain sack . We must conserve fertility . A bushej nf corn year in and year out is worth considerably more when sold wrapped up in the hide of a fat Imllock or a lard shoat than when sold to the dealer , nr some other feeder , on the cob for them to make ihe profit which should have...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 October 1913
^ That Will Not iWp ^ L __[___ SSP ?^ JS ® 1 ¦ HHIIIIIIII __ s wjtfcllile erVoiae wan £ K 5 Sithai I Mill I I tffl _ liTeoat roo Ma . aad ~ batlonnst . ¦ lllllllllTllisffl— m ^ aekaaaauteaamehiteewaaetlu ¦ ItVtlldJjJjy Squaw Peal Fence I wkVnMVVarmam one-piece stay wires ,-83 to I l _ fVfl ___ r eeasrteO . Each star wire acts as a poet . ¦ KS ^^^ ti ^ mt ^^^ J IF Keystone Steel A Wire Co . _ fl FARM FENCE * J 7 . . . I , lit «*&gt;• * &gt;* I IH I II I r I i 2 toraMln . high fences f I HI I I I I I I 171-40 . » rod for 11 Inch high . 1 ill I I I II itockfencei 181-ten rodforal T rm V I 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 I SO-lnch beery poultry fence . Sold 1 LX 114 . J . Ii Ii Ii direct to the farmer on 30 Day * | J 3111 , 1 ¦ ! il il il I rem * Trial . Special barb wire , 80 li s IsH _ l | l | l | i * rod spool , 91 . 58 . Catalog free . M i i i * X 1 INTEIIOOKINO FENCE CO . _ _ E ___ Sa . tax 11 tHHTON . IU . IH 0 H . Shirley 5 , 000 , 000 _ n »— H Resident « » - *•—* A » t « Satisfact...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 October 1913
/ until you have investigated the Temple Gas-Gasoline _» istillate-Kerosene-Alcohol Engines . Sizes : l » £ -2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-l 0-12-15-18-20-25-30-40-50 H . P . One Cylinder , Double Cylinder and Four Cylinder Engines made to secure highest efficiency and lowest operating cost . All Temple Engines are Slow Speed . Heavy D ^ : gines ; they occupy less than one-third ot the space of the Horizontal Engine ; they weiKn } one-third to one-half less than the weight of the Horizontal Engine and notwithstanding ie » bulk and less weight , they are built stronger in proportion to strains . Explosions are »«™* low down on a flat base , which overcomes violent vibrations . These advantages grew increase their range of use . The Temple Inalnoaeoet nothing , as they pay for tfcsmsslns ¦ _»••_ • Ing and In eeeurlas Irons the machines operated tbolr hlahaet efneleney . They saw * from one-quarter to one-halt tha fuel of the average engine . The Temple Engines deliver a steady stream of power . Del...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 October 1913
iRfe Come Up Into the j « Cft Northern Pacific I wnK Country I \ m ™ 1 ^ H This northern tier of states drfers a I _ v __ . HEALTHFUL and INVIGORATING ¦ 4 _^^ _ fc _ L CLIMATE , SPLENDID CROP ¦ VHn ^ V RECORDS , and in every respect tin- ¦ ^ r ~ * ~~ *^ H ^ M excelled opportunities . I I Ul ** ow One Way Fares I 1 1 Wm \ are in effect daily Sept . 25 to Oct . 10 , I n __ i ¦ _ L _ 1913 , to many points in Western Mon- ¦ | M jV / iJI tana , Idaho , Washington and Oregon . ¦ P aim l * S I * ow Round-Trip I i HI Homeseekers Excursions I * . mmmmM on numerous dates this Fall to practi- I IV « K J _^^ T cally all points in the northwestern ¦ ^ M ^ mMMj United States and Canada . ¦ Vmf Northwestern Crops I f ^ Vj are BUMPER this year . Wisconsin and I K ^ U Minnesota lead the United States in ¦ I ^ EW condition of the Corn Crop . Northern ¦ l ^|^_ t _ Pacific territory—the cream of the ¦ _ M ^ £ » Northwestern field—is at the very ¦ f ^ pa ~ i ^^ height of prosperity . Farmers and ¦ _ f _...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 October 1913
^^ ^ AlvMtnlmmlLTmitfm ^ Wot used sWaglss—the cause of disastrous km met , leaky roofs and-endless expense and W trouble . Usabeauttfnl , lndestructtt &gt; leCdwaTds M STEEL Shingles . Costless , lastlongertbon wood—betterln every way . OverlflOjOOOuea now use Edwards STEEL Shingles—the shingles that never rot , rust or barn . Ten times easier to put on . Bach one dipped ln mottsa . Ms after it is cut . No raw or exposed edges . Patented Edwards Interlocking Device per * H mils contraction and expansion — makes B Joints water-tight FOREVER ! 110 , 000 guar- ^_ antee against lightning loss FREE . I ^ ITAUT Saving Moif y By Using Fire-Proof ! tot-Prwf ! Leak-Proof ! % We sell direct from factory and pay freight , m SHINGLE BOOK FREE . Write forbook M and Prepaid Factory Prices . See for your . self bow much less Steel costs than wood— theagstbasyl If you give dimensions of your roof , we will quote prices on entire Job . Send postal right off — Catalog No . 10959 and M special...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 October 1913
^ gj Kepdan * BMVto Cure ta toe old relli ^^ fc M able , Saf * remedy tor all cases ol apavla . ~ _ W apllnt , curt ) , ringbone , bony growth aid liSa . W aess from otter « ttsee . ft „ epe thei hones 1 I worklng-notloaflng . What It hes doneto ? I others It will do ( or yon . Keep a bottle of I KtmdMll w Smmvln Owe I bud . soyonoanuseltqulckly when the need I arises . A * one doHarbo _ tleinvsaveahoiS ! I for jot Its worthwhile to be ready . Ask I TOOT dractlstthe next time you are In town . I tear this advertisement oat to remind yoE I Sold by druggists everywhere , 11 . 00 a bottle . I tlorm . fi . Keep It In the house for family on k as well as la the stable . Get a copy ofA 1 A Treatise on the Horse at your druggists A ^ L M . B . J . KEMDAU . COMPANY , __ . I » aedeu _ eGcim _ Bte _ BTedreinedyfor _______________ B barren mares , cows , sowsandewes with a S 8 _* W * T success ofoverSSyearabackotlt Innotra _ nS ___ oneinstancehaveweleamedolittfailure . IWM __ iflM . AnHSIertl ...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 October 1913
^ T Di spense with dirty , disagreeable barn chores incident to farming with horses—get your plowing , harrowing , I discing and other work done quicker , I better and CHEAPER by using a I H ___ E _ RD I 1 | Q » - TRACTOR-l _ fr M Right now , the outfit shown in the Illustration is creating a big stir . It s the light Hart-Parr Oil Tractor with the big pull and the wonderfully simple Hart-Parr Self-Lift Plow—the outfit that is doing big things on IOO to 300 M mete farms . I Youll be strongly Impressed by Its great simplicity , marvelous strength , light weight snd correctness of design . Tbe Tractor bas the power ot ia sturdy horses , only It s much steadier and absolutely tireless . By means of especially designed carburetorltoperaos effectivelTon CHEAPEST KEROSENE . which cuts fuel cost way down . Self-Lift Plow is one-third lighter and has one-third H less parts than any other . One man operates H both Plow and Tractor right from the engine platform . It s a simple , reliable , e...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 October 1913
* Get Your Canadian Home * FromtheCanadianPacific as will make you a long-rime loan —you will have- 20 years to pay for the land and repay the loan—you can move on the land at one * —and your Canadian ( arm wDl make you independent . 20 Years to Pay Rich Canadian land for from HI 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 the land . We Und You $ 2000 For Improvements The 12 . 000 loan is used only for erecting your buildings , fencing , sinking well and breaking . You are given twenty years in which to fully repay this loan . You pay only the banking interest of 6 per cent Advance of Live Stock on Loan Basis The Company , in ease of approved tand parchaeerwho Iain apositlon and haii tha knowledge to take ears of his stock , will advsnes cattle , sheep and hog ^ upt...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 October 1913
___________ B __ - S _ = _ = __ === To Save Blow-Outs OnNo-Rim-CutTires We Spend $ 1 , 500 Daily No Other Tire Maker Does That This On-Air Cure , —done to save rubber rivets . Then the Whole tire is vulcan-blow-outt-costs us $ 1 , 500 daily . And - «¦ « »•*«• In no ° ther tire » th » thin « . . . , ... done to prevent tread separation . no other maker employs it M D # # • • Itisoneof the three features—used - \ &amp; • XT _ • r &gt; a . a « i i . ii . __ Then rim-cutting is made impossible by a in No-Run-Cut fares alone—which have s . , . „ .. * a n method which we control . saved fare users millions of dollars . Whh clincher tires _ the hpoked-base tiresIt is one of the three reasons why rim-cutting ruins almost one tire in three .. This No-Rim-Cut tires far outsell any other . » proved by careful statistics gathered by public .... r i i • J • L accountants . ( All these tires are final-vulcanaed on air bags , . Wc ^ ^ ^ ru | i _ - An ( J ^ way we con . shaped like ...