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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907
WE GUARANTEE to stop THE OHIO FARMER immediately upon expiration of time subscribed for , and we will pay all expenses for defending any suit brought against any subscriber to The Ohio Farmer by the publisher of any farm paper which has been sent after the time ordered has expired , providing you return such papers to your postmaster unread , tell him to notify the publishers that you refuse to accept them , and you send us due notice before suit is started . Avoid future trouble by refusing to subscribe for any farm paper which does not print , In each Issue , a definite guarantee to stop on expiration of subscription . The Lawrence Pub . Co ., Cleveland , O .
AMERICAN BREEDERS' ASSOCIA -TION-. [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907
AMERICAN BREEDERS ASSOCIATION-. The annual meeting was held In the University chapel . with an attendance of nearly l . OOi ) the first day . Tuesday . Jan . 15 . C . B . Davenport of New York presided . President Thompson , O . S . U .. gave an address of welcome . He said that underneath this movement of better breeding for plants and animals was the self-evident truth—that if there is any good in any line there is more good In the best things in that line . We have a right to support educational institutions and agencies by taxation because they develop and improve the social and material Interests of-the whole country . We want to keep our best young men on the farm , and to do this they must have an intelligent appreciation ot the problems of agriculture . Such associations as this greatly assist in this work . W . W . Farnsworth . for his brother . W . G . Farnsworlh . president of the Ohio State Farmers Institute , gave additional words of welcome . He said that brain had lar...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907
ESTABLISHED 1848 THE LAWRENCE PUBLISHING CO . EQJTORS AND PROPRIETORS . GENEHAL OFFICE , 901 . 208 ST . ObAlR Ave ., N . E . CLEVELAND . OHIO . ( NEW YOKK OFFICE . 725 Temple Conrt Bide . i IIKIAGO OFFICE . 1736 First Nat . Bank Bide . DETROIT , Mich .. OFFICE . 311 ( 5 Congroaa St .. W . MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE . 529 Andrna Bldg . i-KATTI . K . Wn . li ., OFFICE 211 IoopteeS . UkJHdj . M . J . LAWRENCE President M . W . LAWRENCE Vice-President M . L . LAWRF . NCE Secretary P . T . LAWRENCE Treasurer M . E . WILLIAMS - » * W . I . CHAMBERLAIN / .,. „ .,., „ JOHN F . CUNNINGHAM [ Eui ^ ra HARRIET MASON I Mitora . A . J . ANDERSON J TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Three Years , 156 0 c n ° . T , r . On $ 1 . 50 TWO YEARS . 104 Copies lo one person $ 1 . 20 One Year , 52 75 Cents Six Months , 26 M M 40 M We guarantee to stop sending paper when the time for which it Is paid has expired , so that , to avoid missing any numbers , all should renew promptly . Always send m- ** ney by draft , postofflce mo...
0 * H -0 SHORTHORN BREEDERS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907
0 * H -0 SHORTHORN BREEDERS . The annual meeting was held at the Neil House . Columbus . Jan . 16 . at 8 P . M . Joseph E . Wing , of Mechanlcsburg . O .. read an excellent paper on the Future of Shorthorns in Ohio . In his own happy style he traced the history of the breed and pointed out the wisdom and mistakes of the early developers . He made a strong feature of the mistakes of inbreeding . He strongly favored the dual purpose cow , and insisted that the Shorthorn was . the best breed for the average Ohio farmer , and that it can be supplanted by no other breed . In discussing this paper Mr . Ross suggested that all Shorthorn cows be shown in milk and the suggestion was strongly approved by several breeders present . The value of pedigree alone . In selecting a herd bull , was discussed . The prevalent opinion was that a scale of points fur the individual was of first importance , after which the quality of first the dam . second the sire , third the grand dam and fourth the gra...
THE WEEK . ( V [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907
THE WEEK . ( V Leading Events . Storms and Floods . —The heavy rains of last week resulted in serious Hoods In western Pennsylvania and along the entire valley of the Ohio river . At 10 P . M . Jan . in , the Ohio river at Cincinnati registered 61 % feet , about 12 feet above the danger line . Business in the lower sections was seriously crippled , and the landings along the river were submerged . There has been great hardship all along the river and those towns that depend upon the river as a means of transportation have been entirely cut off . —A hundred persons were killed by a typhoon that swept the Islands of I .-yte and Samar . P . L , Jan . 10 . It was the worst storm ihat has occurred there in ten years . Kb estimate of the propertydamage has been made . — 1 he terrific wind and snow storm that swept the central states last Saturday night and Sunday , caused a great deal of suffering . The temperature dropped 47 degrees from Satuiday night to Sunday . The wind reached a velo...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907
B.&amp;B. dressgoods 75 c all-wool Cloth Plaids and Checks 50 c a yard . Goods some manufacturers and some stoics call Broadcloth , but we dont call them that , as wc think they are hardly good enough for the name—but they are remarkably well woven for Ladies Cloth , with a luster that might be called Broadcloth finish . At , 50 c a yard they arc certainly remarkable , and nothingbut Shelf Emptying would ever bring them to that , as they have tone and style besides . All good , desirable colors—Brown , Blue , Green , Red , with Black and Colored Checks and Plaids—12 different styles—any of them , 5 &lt; . c . 75 c Silk and Wool and All-wool Crepes , 35 c a yard . —Another exceptional Shelf emptying item—Black and all colors except Brown . BOCCS SL BUHL DEPT . 18 , ALLEGHENY , PA . fCV44ri4ii4 f ^ Hr AT BARGAIN PRICES For spring planting we offer the following choice varieties assorted as follows : — I , mo * v « , 2 Yrs . Old In . High loo Scotch Pine • s ti oo I 100...
| POULTRY ] [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907
| POULTRY ] COUNSEL TO A BEGINNER . E . R . M . of Jefferson , O ., wants some advice through these columns as to the wisdom of a young married man , with a capital of * &gt; 200 to start with , investing it in the chicken business , building a house to accommodate 200 hens , and buying incubators and brooders . He wants to know whether expenses could be made the first year from eggs and broilers , and whether it is advisable to begin with that amount of capital . To answer this last question I should have to know more about E . R . M . s case than his letter communicates . I should have to know what his experience with poultry has been , and whether he has some other employment and would make the chicken business a side issue to his other work . If he expects to make a living from 200 hens , my prompt advice would be not to try it , for he would find poor picking before he had gone far in his venture . Two hundred hens managed by one who has skill with poultry would make a ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907
Won Cup on S . C . W . Leghorns 0 ^ y vrd entered at 2 Bhows s 8 1 st ; 6 2 nd , 1 3 rd . 2 4 th prises . Ckls .. trio * , pons . Alio W . W . II . strain . Priced right . Hooking egg onion . M . Karl Forrest , It . ¦&gt; , Hullr . n-1 , O . f % tjk Ffifi &lt; 2 •1 ,, M , S-M PSU « P- fclnglt-AH . 0 . n- ?« tUU * R . I . III * - ! --. Huff tl rit In F torn-, Huff Hocks , V * * Ro ™ C ., Buff nnd iv I Hi-n Leghnrni , Wh . W . an . doilc-. CIri llwln-itn-. 100 Fancy S . C . KedAllaff Orplna a ekU . Cheap . Illustrated CUIRIOK free . LINK IOJ . I * IS . FulUud-xm . O . Kn oll Poultry Fnrm ,. T . W . Lively , Prop . —Wh . B . &amp; Buff P . Rocks . S . &amp; R . C . Brown Leghorns and M . IJ . Turkeys . Good bird ** , reanoiiable prices , Eggs In Reason . Albany , Onlo . TVTsiYTllTl A + tl KiiRllsh Toulouse Geese , Brown mammom CMnA 0 fldMifS or , 5 wlr ; Hamil . ¦ hire or Thin Rtnd mnlo hoifa for sale . Address O . P . LUTTRBliti . Lnttrolli earo Octa . ...
Doctors Admit [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907
Doctors Admit That They Can Do Nothing More For Your Stomach Than Stuart s Dyspepsia Tablets are Doing Every Day . COSTS NOTHING TO TRY . According to the expert analysis of government authorities in the United States and Great Britain , Stuart s Dyspepsia Tablets contain the exact elements provided by nature for digesting food in the healthy stomach . Stuarts Dyspepsia Tablets have saved sufferers from stomach disorders millions of dollars by giving them , in one small 50-cent package , more relief than countless treatments by physicians would bring about at $ 3 . 00 per visit . Perhaps you are afflicted with dyspepsia—or some kindred disease arising from a disordered digestion . It may be headaches , heartburn , palpitai ion . liver trouble , insomnia , nervous debility . They all have their beginning in a stomach which does not secrete the juices or grind the food which is taken into it . If so , we urge you to send for a free trial package of Stuarts Dyspepsia Tablets . It will ...
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907
THE HAPPY Batches and broods Brooder • A Y . rtV . « . . Z , chicks at tho same | nrithntnr THOUGHT time . Automatic VJTJ &gt; CX ^ MWMmWmWmWmWmW hcAt . vontilatlm . and AFft . = 111 moisture . Ten ennta worth of oil will V ^* - *** f tmtch every fertile egg . Greatest ma *^^^^^^^^ fc chino ever offered for the money . J ^ - , u * ^ atf 8 fi . fi 0 buys 6 ( .-.--Ttr Bize , gl . M ) tho JC - - ^ . ^ N I &gt;*&gt;•* e- * rj * r machine . Any one can C ^^ -gC * - *^ B ¦¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ £ j UPO it . Order ono today . Send JSSS - ^ B . , ^—n ^* tfP ! for rata ! op—learn how it works . a / f ^^ HPIiP ^ k I New Method Incubator Co ., ^ Vj 1 ( T 4 Uj &amp; l I 118 W . Main St .. Morrow . Ohio . ^^ -IWH 1 L *&amp; 240-EGG 5 il . 75 «§^ g |~ g ! l Incubator ¦ == B IM ^ Tzo ^ g ^^ za , SB . OO f ^ f ^ SlO 60 Egg Slio , S 7 . B 0 L » - Brooderseqtially low . Not cheap 1 ^ w machiDcsltuttheramous ldoal &gt; l ¦ &gt; . —Guaranteed to be the surestaod...
Page 14 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907
BIGMONEY /W^Poultry &gt; jL-C .- « iB | There is biir money in II poultry raising when you li ¦ l are working : along : right lu ^ A- ¦ fl lines ; when yon have effi- ¦ f / cient hatchers and broodvpj Ww ers that will rear the Jjjr chicks : when you are gnid- ^ SiSs &amp; r ed by the advice of one who ... ., knows , and is most successrui in nis own poultry work . With my Model Incubators and Brooders we hatched and raised over 20 , 000 chickens the past season at the Model farm . The Model Incubators are worldbeaters as hatchers , and the Model Colony Brooder raised as high as 98 per cent of the chicks hatched . Their use enabled the Model Farm to raise a larger number o £ chickens than has ever been raised on one farm in a season . Write for catalog of Model Incubators and Brooders and let me tell you of the work at the Model Farm . Send two dimes for a copy of my book Eggs . Broilers and Roasters . It gives the cost of production in all branches of the poultry bus...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907
twnmj \WINTEREGGS~ The greatest profit from hens is in making yours lay when tlie other fellows don t—an easy thing to do when each mornings feed contains a small portion of Di . Hess Poultry Pan-a-ce-a . This tonic preparation also cures gapes , cholera , roup , indigestion , etc . DR.HESS PoultryPANACEA is a wondtJrful assistant to hen nature . By its use , functions and organs , which in confinement become dormant or inactive , are compelled in an easy and natural manner to act as nature intended . This is wh y ^ Dr . Hess Poultry M BfH ^ 1 an-a-ce-a fills theegfr ~ £ pM ^ v ^ L basket in winter . It Jg tX-M ¦ 52 ? rK , s , e Prescription of J £$ i $ ( £ IfeJDr . Hess ( M . T ) ., CSSfimM ftp , D . V . S . ) , and is en- ZffiM ^ T ^» dorsed by leading » SFW poultry associations in United Stales J I and Canada . It costs but a penny I I a day for 30 fowls , and is sold on I I a written guarantee . 1 } His . 85 c ., mall or \ r . K e *?! n ** 40 c lE-remt in Canada * ? . . ?• * ; £...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907
. - a , , - . , - - . . . UMJdENGINES 3 Til , 1 ere J s . no ¦ P * 3 enslne as simple as an Olds—compare It with others and j tills statement is proved . The repairs cost practically nothing . Every adjustment is very simp le to make . Exact duplicates of any part can be t , furnished at once , perfectly machined and ready to put on . This Is lmportant in case of accident . THE MOST ECONOMICAL ENGINE 1 „ . For feed Br , n * ll B . sawing wood , threshing , churning , pumping , running cream separator , etc . Our ref . —The User—The Man with an Olds , the reason why is interestingly told in our catalog mailed on request . ie » us your requirement and we will help you figure out what you need . Tvr . fi V . ^ M M 9 a l ° c . 5 n S w OWlnB Type A &lt; 2-8 h P &gt; Type G ( 8 * 50 h P- &gt; rype K and N ( 12-1200 h . p . used with our Gas Producer . It will reduce fuel cost 75 percent . ) Celebrated Picture Free . i or ? c J . n ., staml S ? , to .. pay cost o ma...
I MARKETS 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907
I MARKETS 1 OUR CHICAGO LETTER . Chicago , 111 ., Jan . 21 , 1907 . RECEIPTS . Cattle . Hogs . Sheep . Received today 27 , 000 36 , 000 25 , 000 Same day last year . 24 , 678 47 , 735 13 , 971 Received last week . 77 . 266 198 , 730 93 , 1 ) 88 Same wk last y r . 71 . 475 192 . 115 95 . 031 Cattle were marketed so freely last week that it was impossible to maintain previous prices for the bulk of the receipts . The few prime heavy beeves sold all right , but medium averaged 15 © 20 o lower . Commoner light killers went at $ 4 A good class of beef steers sold at $ 6 @ 6 . 45 ; choice beeves . $ 6 . 60 @ 6 . 96 . with one sale of fancy steers at $ 7 . 30 . Steers sold largely at $ 4 . 75 ® 6 . 25 ; exporters , Ja . . iK . i 5 . 90 . IUiteller slock was active . Cows and heifers sold at $ 2 . 65 ® 5 . 30 . Canners and cutters dull and weak . $ 1 . 15 ® 2 . 60 , many inferior cattle being condemned by the government inspectors ; bulls . $ 2 . 20 @ 4 . 60 ; stags , $ 3 @ 5 ; calves , / S...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907
Hows This ? TVe offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Hall s Catarrh Cure . F . J . CHENEY &amp; CO ., Toledo , O . We , the undersigned , hnvo known F . J . CIieney for the Inst 15 years , and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry ont any obligations made by his firm . W ALBINO , KINNAN &amp; MARVIN , Wholesale Druggists , Toledo , O . Hall s Catarrh Core is taken iuternally . actiug directly upon tho blood and mncous surfaces of the system . Testimonials sent free . Price 715 . 0 per bottle . Sold by all Drmzgists . , Take Hall s Family Pills for constipation