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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907

ALWAYS mention OHIO FARMER when writing to our advertisers .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907

RELIEF FOR ASTHflA SUFFERERS . New York . Dec . 25—The thousands who suffer from Asthma will hall with delieht the news that remedy has at laat been found which will not only relieve the distress attending this dine it BO , but will completely and permanently cure . Tho new discovery known as Moko , has been marvelon * ly suect-sAful In the most obstinate cases . and in order that Moko may become more widely known tht-ouehout the world . The Moko Horbcn Remedy C < -., of Van Wert , Ohio , Is now supplying Moko free of charge to any ono who writes to them for It >

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FIELD NOTES . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907

FIELD NOTES . Jefferson Co ., Pa .. ( W . C > Jan . II . — VViuui anil rainy . Flclils an green , Grain in splendid condition . Roads almost 1 m- : iilo . All -slock doing well , prices high . Chickens , 10 c ; eggs , ^ Sc ; butter , 25 c ; pork , Sc ; beef , 9 c . Fall work well up . Farmers arc plowing and preparing for spring work . All happy and contented . —Geo . Hough . Upshur Co . \ V . Va ., ( C . ) Jan . 14 . — Very rainy and muddy ; bad for stock not sheltered . Much feed damaged . Eggs . SOc ; butter , -T . c ; apples . SI . All farm work at standstill . Roads almost impassable . —A . S . Gum . Tippecanoe Co .. Ind .. < W . C . ) Jan . 14 . —Warm with plenty of rain , very little winter . All live stock doing well . Hogs , Lc ; cattle . : i :. ifl ! = | . ; sheep . 3 % c ; lambs . 5 @ 5 V 4 c ; horses , scarce and high . Wheat and rye looking good . Some corn ( odder in gather yet , fields very soft . Corn , 3 B @ 3 ( ic ; wheat . 6 S ® 70 c ; oats ....

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A BOLD STEP . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907

A BOLD STEP . To overcome the well-grounded and reasonable objections of the more intelligent to the use of secret , medicinal compounds , Dr . R . V . Pierce , of Buffalo , N . Y ., some time ago , decided to make a bold departure from the usual course pursued by the makers of put-up medicines for domestic use , and so has published broadcast and openl y to the whole world , a full and complete list of all the ingredients entering into the composition of his widely celebrated medicines . Thus he has taken his numerous patrons and patients into his full confidence . Thus too he has absolutely and completely removed his medicines from among secret nostrums of doubtful merits , aud made them Remedies of Known Composition . They are now in a class all b y themselves—being absolutely and in every sense Non-secret . By this bold step Dr . Pierce has shown that his formulas are of such excellence that he is not afraid to subject them to the fullest scrutiny . So many false formulas and ma...

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Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907

Bto asii poor netghb or Lift the load yonrsolf with ™^BURR for Butchering . Lifting Wagon boxes . Sick or Injured A n tin ills . Wire Stretching , etc . 800 lo 5000 lbs . capacity Ask do alow or write for free circular . THE BURR MFG . CO ., ISO Viaduct , Cleveland , Ohio . HAGENSCREME DE MENTHOL H . irAC ft-afarrh Actually de « troy- * iiHftrrni . Gives WlireS Walarrn * npur « , sweM breath where bad Odor proTaiU . Will tuall sample nnd full information for five names of your friends . Writ-- today . MCNTHtll , ClifcWICAl . COMPANY ROT •Kit Knit ! 1 . 1 liartv . Httahtin-. 1 nnna DRHP ^ Y CURED with vegeuble ¦ »^ - ** I ^ w 1 remedies ; removes all symn * ioms of dropsy in 8 to 20 days ; 30 to 60 days effects permanent care . Trial treatment furnished free to every snfferor ; nothing fairer . For circulars and free trial treatment , write IR . H . H . GREENS SONS , BOX K , ATLANTA , GEORGIA . - * m ~ LAND DRAIN TILE /_ ,: ¦& . _ j CAR LOIS DHLs ) . ^^ Siias 2 . 2 ^ , 3 ...

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Page 23 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907

(HUSICFOREVERYONEilk The phonograph has come to stay and in a few years every / . \ home will contain one . The latest records can now be gotten In AWk \ almost every town and give every one the enjoyment of the lat- JSJ \ est music , vocal and Instrumental , popular and classical , com- _ M \ \ ic selections and all that goes to make the talking ma- A \ chine popular . It is not necessary to invest a large _ A \ \ amount , as we have arranged to supply our read- ^ s ^ B \ ers with a handsome and serviceable little ma- y [ \ chine , exactly as shown , at a special low price . The _ 4 _\ \ machine is handsomely finished in , & \ polished nickel , size lHixDU Inches . ^^ M ^^ p ^ MMM with the latest solid aluminum large ^^^ Lm ^ M ^^^^ h ^^^_ \ bell horn . 10 ii inches long and Sii 4 B ^^^^^ r , ^ - !— * % H ~ ^ J Inches across bell . The reproducer Is ^ ^^^ ^^^ of pood quality , with sapphire point , BM Ik ¦ and the machine will play any ordi- flj ^ M M nary size cylinder...

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Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 26 January 1907

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Growing Hops : [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

Growing Hops : Special Article No . 2 The hop crop is more fluctuating in selling value than any other which we know of , the extremes ranging from lc to $ 1 per pound , and even $ 1 . 25 was reached in 1882 . The selling value is more largely controlled by speculation , trade con ditions , and trade manipulations , than by the general law of supply • and demand . The crop itself is also a very uncertain and fluctuating one . for last year ( 1905 ) the English had what they called a record crop , 700 , 000 cwts ., while this year ( 1906 ) it is reported to be 246 ,- 000 cwts . It is also a local crop , as practically all of it is- grown in Germany and surrounding vicinity , England , the Pacific coast , and New York state , with a few in distant Tasmania . On account of very favorable season conditions there was a large crop in Wisconsin in 1867 and 1868 , but such favorable conditions have not prevailed since , so that state crop is not now mentioned at all . Since they have been g...

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AGRICULTURAL QUESTION BOX . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

AGRICULTURAL QUESTION BOX . C ( 7 n clover be seeded successfully villi oats in northern Ohio * Should it be sowed broadcast or drilled . It mammoth or red clover the better for northern Ohio ? We will publish brief replies from those of our readers who have had experience .

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SOWING CLOVER . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

SOWING CLOVER . When is the best time to sow clo verseed ? This is a question that will probably be discussed more fully this year than usual on account of the high price of the seed . There is generally much diversity of- opinion , even in one s own neighborhood , and this is no doubt due to the fact ( bat good stands are so often secured with seedings made at widely different times . However this may be , it is the experii ace of those who have sown under practically the same conditions for a term of years that counts , especially v lea their seedlngs have been profitable all along through their experience . We have always valued the clover crop very highly , both as a soil improver and as a hay crop , and have grown a field of clover every year Bince 1893 . During this time we have been pretty successful in getting a good stand of plants and good yields of hay . An occasional dry summer has put the young plants to a pretty severe test and we have had two or three good stands near...

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A STUDY IN CORN . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

A STUDY IN CORN . The two years past I have been growing corn on the ear-row method . Some interesting facts are brought out that point to the selection of seed as a very important factor in the production of large yields . This selection is not alone by the eye in accordance with a score card , but by testing in the field as well , to see what it will do , just as dairymen now recognize that the only way to select a good cow is to weigh and test her milk . The past season we planted fifty hills of three kernels each , from forty ears selected from the best eight rows out of twenty-one grown the year before . Row number two , of the first year , was the best yielder and furnished the largest number of seed ears . The seed was all selected from the half of the rows that was detasseled so the ears were not self fertilized but the male parent stalk of course was not known , though each ear was fertilized from different sources . The first choice ear from that row , this year gave the n...

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THE "SOFT" FERTILIZER . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

THE SOFT FERTILIZER . There has been considerable talk among farmers who use fertilizers , about the soft fertilizer . Many farmers have used this kind of fertilizer because of its seeming cheapness . One has used one brand of soft fertilizer , and another a different brand , but nearly all agree that the form Is injurious to the ground . Now what is a soft fertilizer , and how did it get such a name ? In those states where a guaranteed analysis Is required on each bag of fertilizer , we see that the so-called soft fertilizer is usually composed of about XM of phosphoric acid . This gives us a clue to its contents , and we find that it has other names as . superphosphate , acid phosphate , and alkaline bone . These fertilizers are made by treating raw rock phosphate with sulphuric acid , to get the phosphoric acid into a soluble or available form . The origin of the name soft fertilizer is somewhat harder to get at . It may have been derived from the fact that the rock was softened ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

Dibble s Farm Seeds ral * ad on our lOOO-ncre Seod Farms In the Oouesee Valley and BOIO direct t foil . Seed Potatoes - 10 * iud Inclndln * standard ¦ . 7 . v , n w »»¦ «• and all the new Mrutin - > f actnal merit . Dont experiment . Dont be mil led . The result , oblainod hv tea ting 821 kind * ., r potatoes on Mass . Trial ({ rounds Ore given In nnr catalog . Seed Oat * - Twentieth Century . Golden Ilar- — —>» vesl swo , | j 8 ll Select , all with a record of oror 10 l > bu . per acre with Held vulture . SeAu Cnrn ~ bl 0 , R Mammoth Yellow Klint , «••»¦¦• record 2 ) 3 bu . from ! peck seed . 460 bu . raised on 2 acres , improved Learning and lift Iluy Dent , Barlfest Dent com In cultivation . ALFALFA , CLOVER and GRASS SEEDS Best grades obtainable , same as wo nsoon our owe Seed Kami * . HIUI-INOIIIO . Illustrated Catalog ftp , liberal samples FKKi ; EDWARD F . DIBBLE , Seedgrower , Honeoye Falls , New York . GLOVER SEED Common Red . Alfalfa ,. Man...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

Who Dont You Buy in New York ? ~|— -= — ^ ^ and Save J ^ T !!!!! 7 ^~! „_ . « : ^?| Money on Si OTBIItWHfilMaaCai Evervthina ? BEJWWX * ™ vJj ^ mFHfgrH ^ I 0 l «* forfariujumx 1 ^ ifl & Rwx . • cr ! b * d , Uluatnite < l Ml ^ gdf & ffS £ f & a Jtjg / bj \ • twlioletal © prices * ^ -- an Inrtfo . THIS 70 O-PAGE CATALOG FREE . Watches , Jewelry , Hardware , all kindi . Clocks , Silverware . Tool Cabinrls . Sweaters , Knives , Razors . Shot Ouns . Rillea . Trapa , Fancy Goods . Lamps , Revolvers , Cartridges , Books . Purses , Bafts . Shells , Fishing Tackle , Fint Groceries . Seeds . Talking Machines , Painis . Uils . Varnishes , Farming Tools , Skates , Baby Carriages , Sleds . Incubators and Brooders , Sewing Machlnes . Whips . Ice Tools , Sleighs , Carriages , Wagons , Cream Separators , FreezStoves . Hanges . Washing Machines , ( era , Electrical Supplies , House Furnish g Goods , Boots and Shoes , Mechanics Tools . Opposite ench arti...

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BUILDING DEPARTMENT . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

BUILDING DEPARTMENT . ( Conducted by John L . Shawver . ) PLAN NO . 65 . Village Barn . —Please give specifl VILLAGE BARN . cations for a small barn to hold 3 horses , 2 cows and room for a buggy . I want a loft overhead and the building to cost the least possible amount . —G . M . B ., Galveston , Ind . Building , 16 x 30 x 16 . Gable roof V » pitch . Bill stuff . — 2 pieces , 2 x 8 xl 8 ; 24 pieces , 2 x 8 xlG : 6 pieces , 2 x 8 xl 2 ; 8 pieces , 2 x 8 x 8 ; 70 pieces , 2 x 6 xlf , ; 6 pieces . 2 x 6 xl 0 ; 32 pieces , 2 x ! x 16 ; 16 pieces , 2 x 4 xl 0 ; 20 pieces , 2 x 4 x 8 ; 4 pieces , Ixl 0 xl 5 ; 4 pieces , lxi ; xlU ; 1 , 000 sq . ft . boards ; 84 sq . ft . crib slats . Mill Work . —1 , 700 sq . ft . siding , net ; 4 strips , % x 5 xlG ; 4 strips , % xGx 16 ; 140 lineal ft . fascia , % x 5 ; 1 , 000 V \ . o S ? . \ lo WCfeS I ^ . -Q * . IO -O . _ yrS * v FLOOR PLAN . sq . ft . roof boards ; 8 , 000 shingles , laid 5 to weather ; 6 battens . 1 > , M ; X 10 . Hard...

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PLAN NO . 66 . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

PLAN NO . 66 . One-story Cottage . — I would like plan and bill of materials for a onestory house of 8 to 10 rooms of liberil size , so arranged that it may not be necessary to go through one or more rooms to get to any other . —T . 11 . R .. Anthon , Iowa . In order to get the required amount rf room to aitommodate the needs of a home built In cottage form one must prepare to pay more for a given amount of house room than if the same amount of floor space were to be secured In a two-story building . This cottage provides quite a nice lot of room with many conveniences and may be made very neat and attractive . ONE-STORY COTTAGE . A large storage room may be placed In the attic over one wing and a fine childrens play room over the other . The wind wheel tower and porte-co-chere may be omitted , and the laundry may be used for bedrooms , and the fuel may be kept in the basement , and wood house omitted . Various other changes . may be made . Bill Stuff . —48 pieces , 2 x 8 xl 6 ; 308...

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ESSEX RAPE AND ITS CULTURE . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

ESSEX RAPE AND ITS CULTURE . It must be conceded by those who have cultivated this plant , that it is possessed of valuable properties as a forage plant and is worthy of more than a passing consideration . It has been , and always will be , considered principally as a catch crop , sown in connection with our other grain-pro-ducing crops . As such it does so well that it will not be considered as a cultivated factor except when sown In hog-lots or pastures . Dwarf Essex rape is the most popular species of the rape family . It is a rampant grower , tenacious of life , and easily grown . In our experience and observations with the crop it has proved itself both a failure and a success upon the farm . Its success depends upon how it is sown , what it is expected to be fed to and what results are expected from it . It is certainly not intended for feed for dairy cows as it gives a very obnoxious odor to the products , and we have known cas- ¦ es where the butter and milk were rendered en...

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