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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907

]Williams^ ^ ^ VONT go on year after year using % J _ y common soap for shaving , not only /^^^^ fev c L tak n ?big r sks but robbin g yourself /^^ = S == == 5 = % « V \ of the comfort and ease and pleasure that ^/ 6 AMre ^ O \ would be y ° urs if y ° u used Williams Shaving ^ OHW £ W ol Soa P- Made just for shaving by those who JvS \BAR/(^ y lave learned b y 6 o years experience just k . ^~ ~ _ -- ^ J J^OV / to ma ce shaving soap right . WQA ?/ The only kind that wont flffffllJlBBlBsr smart or dry on the face . ^^^^^ % § f . n ^ l ? . - > . 8 . tam ?/? r n , TI SA L . CAKE of William * ShavinE Soap , or 4 c . m for a WlUiams ^ Shaving Stick , trial size , enough for 50 shaves . Address ^ THE J . B . WILLIAMS COMPANY ^ k Department A , GLASTONBUttY , CONN . WiHiamssSiS3? FORSALE TheLakehomefSggS from 6 to 12 raontha old . Ontof lasted cown nnd sirod by famous Hying Fox mid Fern lad bulls . A rare chance to improve year stock . Addresn BEN AMES , Lakehome . Ml . Vernon , O...

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I AGRICULTURAL I SCIENCE ] [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907

I AGRICULTURAL I SCIENCE ] SOIL STUDIES IN PENNSYLVANIA . That soil and farm crop problems are to receive thorough study in Pennsylvania is shown by the appointments ot the Pennsylvania State College . Mr . J . F . Breazeale , of the Bureau of Soils , has been appointed to the position of Assistant Professor of Experimental Agronomy . Professor Breazeale will make a thorough study of the extensive rotation fertilizer plots which have been conducted by that Station for 24 years . Mr . C . L . Cook and Mr . F . R . Reid have been assigned by the Bureau of Soils of the United States Department of Agriculture to assist in these and make other soil investigations . These assignments have been brought about by the cordial interest and co-operation of the Assistant Secretary of Agriculture , Professor Willet M . Hays . Mr . C . F . Shaw has been appointed instructor in Agronomy and will teach soils , farm crops and rural engineering to both short course and regular students of agriculture ...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907

Ayl r ~ rlHF . way to figure the cost to yon of a square inch—25 % greater than the require- F ^ k MT wagon , a carriage , a buggy or a set of ments of the United States Government—and ^^ m ¦* - harness probably 50 % greater than the ordinary wagon . ^ BA M Is to figure the cost per year as long as you The Studebaker hubs are large in diameter—fur- ^ k M use it . nishing a proper foundation for the spokes . They m m If a farm wagon , for example , that costs you $ 60 are treated with a secret solution , which greatly adds M M lasts 20 years and requires only $ 2 repairs , the cost to to their weather resisting qualities . * ¦ M you of that wagon is S 3 . 10 a year . The Studebaker slope-shoulder spokes—one of the B m If another wagon costs only $ 50 , and lasts 10 years , greatest improvements ever made in wagon building— I and requires § 10 worth of repairs , the carrying the largest amount of wood I cost to you is $ 6 a year , at least . I into the hub . They are strongest where I...

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1 THE DAIRY [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907

1 THE DAIRY THE DAIRY IN WARM , WET , WINTER WEATHER . We are accustomed to seeing the bottom knocked out of the thermometer in January , but up to the midUle of Ihi . s month the mercury has treated us to a gymnastical surprise by kicking off the top . For a short time it was up to CO degrees on the north side of buildings , and while working In our winter clothing it seemed 212 inside . With this heat there has been an abundance of rain accompanied by thunder and lightning , and even an occasional mosquito was heard singing his malarial song . To the dairyman such weather is fraught with disadvantages , not to say loss . The unusual downpour has made a very smeary barnyard and when tlie cows return from the watering trough they bring in enough filth to make a very untidy stable . Luckily we are not in the New York milk zone , and have no inspectors to refuse the milk from such temporarily unsanitary quarters . The Board of Health of New York City sends out inspectors to every farm...

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THE DISCOVERER [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907

THE DISCOVERER Of Lydia E . Pinkham s Vegetable Compound , the Great Womans Remedy for Womans Ills . LYDIA E . PINKHAM No other medicine for Womans ills in the world has received such widespread and unqualified endorsement . No other medicine has such a record of cures of female illnesses or such hosts of grateful friends as has Lydia E . Pinkham s Vegetable Compound . For more than 30 years it has been curing all forms of Female Complaints , Inflammation and Ulceration , and consequent Spinal Weakness . It has cured more cases of Backache and Local Weaknesses than any other •no remedy . It dissolves and expels tumors in an early stage of development . Irregularities and periodical pains , Weakness of the Stomach , Indigestion , Bloating , Nervous Prostration , Headache , General Debility quickly yield to it ; also deranged organs , causing pain , dragging sensations and backache . Under all circumstances it acts in harmony with the female system . It removes that wearing feeling , ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907

OurSPECIALTIMEPRICEIsWhat WEWanttoSendYOUNOWona DetroitTonguelessDiscHarrow YOU cant afford to overlook our Special Time Price ^ m ^ m ^ mmam ^ m ^ NB ^ t , WK ^ BM >^ BM we are makingr right now on a Detroit Tongueless Disc . I L . The Tonaueless Disc is our new horse and man saver , and / PP ^^ gSB we had nearly UfB orders more than we could rill last season . No- XAP _ MM SB * body else can make or sell you a Detroit Tongueless Disc , as it is IMM ^^ mmW ^ our patent . We sell only direct to the user . Our Special Price Imm f will surprise you . Det us tell you about it . Write today . Kg W Easiest on TEAM and DRIVER ff / Disc Harrowing had always been a horse killer until wo MM m ¦ sa fasksa ^ ^ less Disc . m ^ gaAff JC ^ a |^^ y rubbing and side ^^ J j / ^ - *^ 5 ^! balance to the Frame and makes tho discs roll BK JE / ^^^^ smoothly . Sharp turns and side hills are easy , $ gm -- ! ^ sV # * ajsa * B ^ ^ BBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBB B as the team always pulls straig...

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i Women Who Wear Well . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907

i Women Who Wear Well . It is astonishing how great a change a few years of married life often make In the appearance and disposition of many women . Tho freshness , the charm , the brilliance vanish like the bloom from a peach which is rudely handled . Tho matron is only a dim shadow , a faint echo of the charming maiden . There are two reasons for this change , ignorance and neglect . Few young women appreciate tho shock to tho system through tho change whi : h comes with marriage and motherhood . Many neglect to deal with tho unpleasant pelvic drains and weaknesses whkh too often come with marriage and motherhood , not understanding that this secret drain is robbing the cheek of its freshness and the form of its fairness . As surely as the general health suffers When there Is derangement of the health of the delicate womahii ^ organs , so surely whe / Tthsso organs iireNJstabllshed in health the T ^ ce anA ^ fifuV ^ t ovce witness to the fact is rfewevTed comeTrn « ss 5 k Nearly ...

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907

telPf . ••. •. • . . • 100 Lbs . : £ • i & NBORIT & B ; -: PROTEGRANg ; - - - . ; . . vCUARAMTEED - •?{. ¦ 7 . .- 33 % PftOTEJH ¦» aHxrAf . & iV irl E DEWEY BROiOlf f ; - . \ BLANCHESTER . 0 HI 0 ; - . I U-SA lu . . - v - - ,- i ; - ^ . v- ¦ - • > I ^^ TniiVft / i liilhT IV ¦¦ ¦ -- •hnilNfS f Read this Great Offer \ ? ^ e <? , ake , t , his offer to a 11 honorable , reloiislble dairymen : Order 600 lbs . Corn rotegran and feed it to three cows accordant to our directions lor thirty Cays . Weigh the feed used and milk produced before and after using Corn Protegran . Compare the results and report to us . If you are not satisfied that It is worth the price—if it Is not an economical ieed—set a price on it yourself and pay us for it according to the results it actually brings . ^ p , KfJ ^? k H , OT ° *** for Pr , co I coupon giving thirty days IIwooulrlalorder . Wr [ tolo-dar . THE . DEWEY BROS . CO .. RAILROAD ST ., BUnchester...

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907

^WHY 98 PERCENT OF THE WORLDS CREAMERIES USE DE LAVAL CRLAM SEPARATORS . Today over 98 * of the world s creameries use D E LAVAL separators . This fact means much to every cow owner . Without the separator creamery operation would be almost impossible . No matter whether the creamery is buying whole milk or cream , its success rests upon the centrifugal cream separator . Those who are buying whole milk skim it at the factory with DE LAVAL Power machines—those who are buying cream advise their patrons to purchase DE LAVAL Hand machines . The biggest and most successful creamery in the world is buying cream from more than 40 , 000 patrons to whom it has sold DE LAVAL Farm machines , after many years of experience with all kinds of separators . Had the DE LAVAL not been the best and by far the most profitable separator for any one owning two or more cows , this great creamery would never have taken the responsibility of placing them with its patrons . And this is true in hundreds of ot...

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I HORTICULTURE ! [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907

I HORTICULTURE ! FORESTRY IN OHIO . —III . CAN FORESTRY HE MADE TO PAY ? Yes , It can be made to pay , and under certain conditions It will pay better than ordinary farming . On highpriced , fertile , tillable land forestry is out of place , except in cases where one has more land than he can farm properly and profitably . . It will pay to grow a supply of post tiber on almost any farm , but beyond the needs of the farm it might not pay to devote good land to timber culture . Forestry proper ought , generally , to be confined to untlllable land , or that which by reason of position is difficult of access or not easily cultivated , or too thin to yield good crops . The chance of making forestry pay is improved if we do not have to charge a high land rental against the account . On most farms there are fields which overflow and are liable to wash , or ravines , hillsides , unfertile knolls and hilltops , corners which can not well be cutivated , remnants of timber tracts which would b...

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907

a£ YOU CAN ORDER FROM OUR CATALOGUE with great saving of time because it is Arranged in Alphabetical Order , as heretofore , and each article is numbered . In ordering , therefore , numbers only need be g iven . It contains 142 LARGE SIZE PAGES Beautifully Illustrated And is sent FREE on receipt of postal , Grass seed mixtures lor Golf Llnhs . Tennis Courts , Polo Grounds , Lawns , elc , one ol our apeciailio . We import every year large quanlllies el all Ihe natural trasses el Ihe hifhesl possible tirade . J . M . THORBURN & CO ., 33 BAHCLAY Sl . ihmuch lo 38 PARK PL .. N . Y . Everything of the Highest tirade iW ^^^ B ^^ . APPLE , PLUM & PEACH TREES 50 trees for $ 2 . 50 AH are thrifty , well-rooted and trae-to—-mime . Larger trees of apple , pear , peach and i mince at live and let live prices . Live-Forever Rose , 10 c Each Small frnlt vines , plants , trees , ornamental shrubs our specialty . AspiiratSSJSSP f ? n < i , p <&g...

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907

r A BIG CARDET ^ The year of 1000 wu one of prodigal plenty on ourM m—- ^ teed runiiK . N ever bofore didvcge- * jma ^^ p ^ _ ( able and farm seeds return such | vn ^^ CI \ Now we wish to gain 200 , 000 new ^| ^¦« * i customers tlilnyearandheueyoiler K ^ ^ Vl 1 EaritKmpraJdCuoiimbpr U *| I ** T H L »* ro «* B l » t Lettuce lt >« AWJfl W ~ m A ^ ji lOOO kerneh -rloi- omly bectnU- ArnVn f j 1 / n ° rr wed * . •. - . . 15 ^ flUt ] A I AllforlSepofitpaldlnordertoIntro- < I A 1 dueo our warranted set -la , and If you IBM I m % I wUlsendlficwowilladdonopackage f < XT I mm \ of Berliner Earliest Cauliflower , to- gmtM ^ m 4 gether with our mammoth plant , ( Jflffl I I nursery stock , vegetable and farm ^ IH I seed and tool catalog . mWm \ B Kl <* \_ This catalog is mailed free to all ^ 9 P ? C ^\ v ^» Ujndl ) : i ul 0 tiafl : r 3 Write to-day . ^| Innilinn J 0 HNA-SALZERSEEDCO ., ^| iv \\\ l ) J / li _ La Crosse , Wli . J ^^i^^L^^P 1 fy / f VVo «...

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907

$4.00to$8.00 PerAcre That s What a Good S preader Will Do If Used as It Should Be - Write Us And flr Let Us Toll You How . TheGreatWestern Is Made lor His Man Who Wants the Best Our 70-bushel Spreader is a great big . heavy machine . The main frame is all oak , oak pole and hickory double-trees . Made in four sizes—85 , 50 , 70 and 100 bushels . It hitC a ** reat b f > strong 16-inch malleable ¦ ¦ naa ( ron flftj , wheel , double oak bolster , wide front axle ; the wheels track . II hflfi aneiullessapron tliatisalwaysready II nat 10 joad ; no reverse gears , trips , springs or contraptions to get out or order . Spreads all kinds of manure . II hai a galvanized steel hood and end gate . li iiad Keeps the manure away from the beater when loading . Prevents choking when start ing . Acts as wind shield when spreading . It hac lightdraft , becausetheloauisnearly ¦ I lias equally balanced on the front and rear axles ; brings the team close to the load . Front and rear wheels tr...

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907

IwlffMJ [ H ^ oose Your Yields by Choosing Your Fertilizer * £ mM & Jxk aaWlffilMwRwl Youll pet a Timolhy crop like that in the ri ght- *~* - & ^^ M HlaWiLvaVlwPnirH ^ an < ^ picture , if you choose a poor fertilizer . Youll {* HHfflllUrWlH 6 eta crop like that at the left , even if the soil is poor , - <» A 1 ¦ . * ESH provided you choose a fertilizer containing 8 % of -jw . j * , Kilfiili>.fvrAcH *VlAon*jg| ¦ AlallWMwnM i * *^ 0 ^ ^ , ow to ^ et the best results from growinrr grasses Kr ^ L , . - > - ^ i |* M ¦ ^^ CSlS ^^ B ™ ° tner crops , write for the Farmer s Guide . Sent free , Wr ^ / I IBESTONEARTH»^J 1 BEST MATERIALS ^ M BEST SKILL Combined in IBESTFERTILIZERS! M FOR ALL SPRING CROPS by The ft I AMERICAN AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL CC . of N « w York . ^^^ OHIO O FFICES — Rose Building , Cleveland , O . 4 a < f ~ * ^ ^ ^ 1 -r . . . . / T . ^ . 1 A ***¦ Tnis ak CO ! now called a bulls eye was \ IQtiCl r...

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ANNUAL AGRICULTURAL CONVEN -TION . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907

ANNUAL AGRICULTURAL CONVENTION . The annual meeting of the State Board nl agriculture was held al thc Board of Trade Auditorium . Jan . 17 . An unusually large percentage of counties were represented . Gov . Andrew L ,. Harris was linruduced by Pres . Sandles as not only an Ohio product but a ( arm product . The i ;• , ernoT was greeted with great applause . He said he could declare wiih knowledge and with truth that Ohio has the best fair and the best fair grounds by all odds of any state in the Union , and the legislature , which has hitherto given liberal appropriations , should see to it that no backward steps shall ever he taken . lie had once thought that Ohio agi ( culture was somewhat in the background as compared with some of our great manufacturing Industries , but the statistics of the cash value of the products of agriculture for the past year enow that it is far and away in the lead of any other single Industry . He said that the farmers who could always get from the Le...

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