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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907
ON INCUBATORS ZSXSSXSTS In this space wo can say little concerning our new Automatic Buckeye Incubator An All Metal , Flre &gt; Proof , Continuous Ha ichor i ^ l « MSa Without a Thermometer Temperature exactly right without ad j u « ttng Regulator . Cant be overheated . Guaranteed 6 years , p-ee catalogue gives Installment plan and full details . BUCKEYE INCUBATOR CO ., Box 27 , Springfield , O- The Ranney for Qualify . ^^¦¦ rf ^ % l lit : AdjtuUbl * VentilatorheDconcccsaful in any Altitude nnd ¦¦ 11 rlim . i .:. 2 nd : Rebate Door —» bio ¦ £ lately nir tiijlit . 3 rd : Perfect Hut- ^^^^¦^ . ^¦¦¦¦^ ingSyiitem—nlwaya even b * at . 4 th : 1 WI Handsome innhoKnny linish-lartt ¦ I foryoaiH . Mb : Simple to operate . 9 I ( ith : &amp;&gt; ld on money-back guarantee . I That e why . Write tor new catalog . BAHNKT IHCCB . iT 0 a CO ., OS JacLeoo 81 .. Bay Clly , Bleb . Hatch ^^ r ^ Mamumm * Chickens by ¦ L IK @ - Steam with the SpiEXCELSIOR INCUBATOR ymSIf | Or WOOD...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907
/SfiEAPHENFOOD EIBI anSfSJ ^ l * f f h CU J S ch n Pro - - &gt; nd ¦ S ^ « IHI , . 1 * Sff elements . Its eee ~ Dro &lt; ijiH «&lt; * ^ Ls &amp;\] hS . lV , ¦ nu - 1 hlck 5 mor . c • «*«»•» , fowl . W !~ SK „ l 11 * a ka ¦ ¦ ¦« chcapfood . r , , „ , TT ; ¦ anas taint Modii Bone Cutttr . MCI TJESL ¦ J ?* ^ , Ue - • clog ,. 10 PAYS FREE TRIAL . No money In advance . Caffs free . r . W . MANN CO .. Bo , III . MILFORD . MASS .
MAINE STATE POULTRY AND PET STOCK SHOW . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907
MAINE STATE POULTRY AND PET STOCK SHOW . This show was held in Portland , Dec . 11-15 . There was a grand total of 2 , 600 birds exhibited against 1 , 500 shown last year . A larger and finer gathering of high-class birds has never been assembled in New England , outside of Boston . Entries were made by 120 exhibiters all from within the New England states and representing Maine , New Hampshire , Vermont and Massachusetts . The pigeon classes were exceptionally large and indicative of a general and increasing interest , from a commercial as well as fancy point of view . There are 18 different exhibiters , one man alone having 50 varieties embracing a grand total of over 600 birds . In the poultry classes Barred Plymouth Rocks led in numbers , 150 birds being entered . Single Comb Rhode Island Reds stood second in number and it is evident that the interest in this variety is not soon to cease . Large numbers of the birds were seen and the grade seems to have improved over last year ....
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907
Paroid Roofing —Read This Trial Offer on the Roofing That Lasts the Longest . PAROID is the best ready roofing ever made . You can prove it , to your own satisfaction from a sample , but a better way is to use it . All we ask is that you try it , and we make the way easy . Here s Our Offer : | T 3 | UY one lot of | I Paroid ; open it ; inspect it ; apply it to your roof , and If then you are not satisfied that you have the best ready roofing made , send us your name and address , and we will send you a check for the full cost of the roofing , including the cost of applying it . Is there any offer we could make you fairer than that ? Could we afford to make such an offer if we were not attre that Paroid is better than other ready roofings ? It is better ; we are sure ; and this Is why : Four things enter into the mak Ing of a good roofing : The felt ; the saturation ; tht coafma-ana the method of laying Paroid excels on all four points •» • The felt Is the foundation . If i Is not ri...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907
§fAmthePaintMan 2 Full Gallons Free to Try—6 Months Time to Pay ~ I Guarantee Freight Charges . ¥ AM the paint man . I ship my thick piirment . which lis double every detail , you can return the remainder of £ I have a new way strength , freshly ground , in separate cans , and your order and the two gallons will not cost of $ manufacturing in another can . 1 ship the pure , old process you one penny . and selling paints . It s Linseed oil—thekind youused to buy years ago . No other paint manufacturer ever made such unique-W / j better . It Any child can stir them together . a liberal offer , revolutionized the paint I sell my paint direct from my factory to It is because I manufacture the finest paint , business of this country user you pay no dealer or middleman profits . put up in the best way , that I can make this _ Before my plan was u ., « 1 IIIIAIir U C . . I go even further . I sell all of my paint on QX 7 i : L / UutA invented paint was sold My CJi . iJU . OU Lash Guarantee...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907
WE GUARANTEE to stop THE OHIO FARMER Immediately upon ex- ] plratlon of time subscribed for , and we ( will pay all expenses for defending . any suit brought against any sub- . scriber to The Ohio Farmer by the I 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 i us due notice before suit Is started . i Avoid future trouble by refusing to j subscribe for any farm paper which does not print , In each Issue , a delinlte guarantee to stop on expiration , of subscription . The Lawrence Pub . Co ., Cleveland , O . .
THE NEW YEAR . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907
THE NEW YEAR . On our first page this week we have extended New Year s greetings to our friends and patrons , in keeping with a beautiful custom . What does it mean to say A Happy New Year ? It really means far more than the words imply . If the greeting is genuine it expresses a wish and hope that the person addressed shall be happy throughout the year ; that good fortune shall smile upon him ; that his heart may be lightened with his share of life s joys—good health , true friends , the love of his family . Why should these expressions of good will not be in order at all times ? They are , but our lives move in brief cycles or periods , and it is but natural to begin these intervals with good wishes for others and good resolutions for ourselves . New Year s resolutions are good , even though they may hold for but a brief period . All good resolutions help some , even though they last for but a brief day , for the resulting good will stand as a monument to strengthen other resoluti...
CURRENT COMMENT . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907
CURRENT COMMENT . When The Ohio TUB EVOLUTION OF Farmer was esHALF A CENTURY , tablished , o v e t half a century ago , there were few agricultural papers , and they had a hard struggle for life . There was then an almost universal prejudice against book farming . Most farmers did not believe that farming could be taught in books or papers , and they would not buy or read the one or subscribe for the other . An agricultural paper was treated with sneers , sarcasm and scorn . The patrons of such papers were few and far between ; they were intelligent , broad-minded men , away ahead of their time . How different now ! In no other industry has there been such a wonderful evolution , or revolution rather . The prejudice against book farming has largely disappeared . The majority of farmers are not only patrons of farm papers but they are students of bulletins from experiment stations , agricultural colleges , and the Department of Agriculture . These latter have all been born and have g...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907
ESTABLISHED 1848 THE LAWRENCE PUBLISHING CO . EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS . GSMISUL OrricE , 801 . 809 ST . OI . AIR Ave ., N . E . CLEVELAND , OHIO . J ? J , K . T ? UK OFFICE . 725 Tempi . Court Bid * . Ji . ii 0 AGO OPFlCE . 1738 First Nat . Bank Bide . . &gt; . t T 5 0 IT Mlch OFKICK . 39-45 Conuress St .. W . MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE . 629 Andrna Bl . ll-. M . J LAWRENCE President M . W . LAWRENCE .... Vice-President M . L . LAWRENCE Secretary P . T . LAWRENCE Treasurer M . E . WILLIAMS - &gt; W . I . CHAMBERLAIN / ... „„ ,... JOHN F . CUNNINGHAM Y Edit ™ HARRIET MASON I Editor .. A . J . ANDERSON J TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Three Years , 156 %% &gt;„ £ $ 1 . 50 TWO YEARS . 104 Copiei lo one person $ 1 . 20 One Year . 52 75 Cents Six Months , 26 * 40 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 lend money by draft . postomco money order , reirUtored lette...
THE WEEK . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907
THE WEEK . Leading Events . U . S . Supreme Court Decisions . — The United States Supreme Court handed down some Important decisions on Dec . 24 . It decided that the sheriff and 26 others , of Chattanooga , Tenn ., were guilty of contempt of the Supreme Court for lynching a negro after the court had taken cognizance of the case . The court will proceed with the prosecution . The court upheld the constitutionality of the Louisiana inheritance tax law . which had been attacked as unconstitutional on account of its retroactive features and its lack of uniformity . The court held , In the case of Gatewood against the state of North Carolina , that the law of that state prohibiting dealing in futures was not against the provisions of the federal constitution . Presidential Prospects . —Dec . 28 , Wm . H . Taft , Secretary of War . announced that he would be a candidate for the Presidential nomination of the Republican party in 1908 If it can be shown that there is a demand for his candi...
LEGISLATIVE CONTROL OF RAIL -ROAD RATES . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907
LEGISLATIVE CONTROL OF RAILROAD RATES . A subscriber to The Ohio Farmer asks how and In what way the legislature of Ohio acquires authority to control the rates of passenger traffic , and the editor has mildly expressed some curiosity on the same subject . Briefly and baldly stated , it may bo said that the authority is inherited . By way of enlarging somewhat on this explanation It should be noted that this exercise of legislative power is by no means new . For many decades prior to the Revolutionary War this power had been recognized by English law and had become a part of the common law of England . The principle upon which It rests is that whenever any person , firm or corporation engaged in a business of public interest wherein he holds himself as one who will impartially serve the public for hire , his business becomes one in which the public has a vital interest , and therefore , the legislature , for the protection of the public , in the Interest of fair play and honest deal...
POINTS OF LAW OF INTEREST TO FARMERS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907
POINTS OF LAW OF INTEREST TO FARMERS . BT JUDGE J . W . THOMPSON . Restoring Stream to Channel . —A person across whose lands a freshet In a natural stream suddenly causes a new channel to be formed may . within a reasonable time , restore the flow of water to its original bed—Morton v . Oregon &amp; c . R . Co .. ( Ore . ) 87 Pac . 161 . Repairs . —Where a lease provided that in the event of repairs being necessary to the fences or buildings on the premises , the landlord should furnish all material necessary thereto , together with one man s labor at his own expense , and that the tenant should furnish all the additional labor necessary to make the repairs . It was held by the court that the landlord was only required to furnish such materials and the labor when called on by the tenant to do so ; and where It became necessary to repair fences the tenant could not stand by and see his crops destroyed by his own stock after the landlord had refused to furnish the labor and m...
A GOOD SUGGESTION FOR FARMERS -INSTITUTES . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907
A GOOD SUGGESTION FOR FARMERSINSTITUTES . The season of the winters institutes Is now here . These institutes are very profitable to the agricultural interests of the state . The people where the institute is held should feel It their duty to give the meeting their best service so as to render it as efficient as possible . The lecturers sent by the State Board are men whose discourses should set people to thinking and develop In them new and useful ideas . But the Institutes must be helped by local talent . While the state lecturers are engaged for two days and the intervening night at each place . I would suggest that an extra session be arranged following their departure . At this extra session the program should be entirely In charge of local talent . The topics presented by any of the speakers ought to be freely discussed as very frequently the chief value of such a topic is brought out in the discussion . I believe that such an extra session could be made very profitable to far...
INSTITUTES NEXT WEEK . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907
INSTITUTES NEXT WEEK . OHIO . Jan . 7-8 . Adamsville , Continental . Donnelsville , Good Hope , Jackson Center , Marion . Marlboro . Mayfleld . Williamsport . Jan . 9-10 . Berlin Center . Delaware . Laurelvllle . Magrew . ML Sterllng . Painesville . Rawson , Utlca , Waynesfleld . Jan . 11-12 , Beaverdam , Forest . Geneva , Glenford . Plain City . Pleasant Corners . South Salem . Vienna , White Cottage . WISCONSIN . Jan . 8-9 . Downing , Dear Park , Stanley . Jan . 10-11 . Chetek , River Falls , Arkansaw . Manure Mulch . —Wooly Aphis . —I have just spread a mulch of cow manure around some young fruit trees . I was told that I must draw the manure from around the body of the trees or it would stop the flow of sap and kill the tree . Is this true ? Last summer I found on these trees a sort of grayish mold over the trunks and limbs . It rubbed off easily . What was it and what Is the remedy ? P . W . C . Findlay . O . —There would be no danger of the manure stopping the flow of sap or o...
A Big Book Free . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907
A Big Book Free . Would it be worth spending one cent to learn an about the latest improvement- ! for a farm wagon , and the merits of the best farm wagon on the market ? Do you know all about the construction , material , workmanship and various exclusive features which make the ideal wagon for tho requirements on any farm ? You should have a copy of the book which tells all about the new Moline wagon , popularly known as the Iron-clad . Hero the master mechanic tells In various inter , chapters what constitutes a good wagon . All about the wood , ironing , painting wheels and axles . Here is fully described the gearing : the wagon box is described and Illustrated ; the various styles of brake locks are shown . In short , everything that a farmer would want to know about a wagon before he buys it Is told In this free book . It gives the various dimensions of the different sizes . It tells all about how the wood Is seasoned , the advantages of air-seasoned over that which has been d...
Illustrated Dairy Paper Free . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907
Illustrated Dairy Paper Free . A Dig paper , nandsomely illustrated In colors , entirely devoted to success , -prosperity and protection of separator users and Intending separator purchasers . Every issue brimful of special illustrations and information—inside facts—that will help you to decide whether a cream separator will pay you , how large a separator you should have and how to care for one so as to get the most out of it . Articles telling what State Experiment Stations say of cream separators . Articles comparing different kinds of separators . To receive every future Issue—without a cent of expense to you—write Sharpies Separator Co .. West Chester , Pa . Mention The Ohio Farmer . START THE YEAR RIGHT . Besides inducing business methods , there is . a personal satisfaction In knowing , at the end of the year , how yon stand financially , and It can be arrived at only by keeping accurate accounts . We have published a complete and simple account book for farmers , which any ....