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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

pg ^ Lodge Button ¦ ^ « J 2 Ll | OVERALLS and JACKETS lfc £ a £ j dB | l are the best BOo overalls mid jackets in the United B ^* fr &*« $ % I an < ^ principally because M ^^^ j || Inff salesmen , and you are ¦ btt u the man who profits by it . I better , and look nicer than Mrn . */^ H any other 50-cent overalls . W 4-V / vO ¥ ¦ Ask your dealer Mr WL ^ m 9 them , if he cannot supIE- * iti-n ply yon with the Good-All-K . ^ JIIt & r Mm Over kind , we will scad Bfc : *^ ~ jlH y ° u , as n sample only , one I jacket tor 50 c , or both tor Wi ^^^ njl 25 to SO cents arc | just as BriST ^^ I if they do not want tho Kxv / ffiU--7 M n ordering be sure to l 1 \ W fl F 1 0 waist measure and ¦ L / vy \ Ji I enfrth for overalls , and mu J-ab I breast measure for jackets . Alsosaywhethervou wantsolidblue . solidbl . icfc BP ^ W ^^ HB or fancy striped soods , and HF Jul ! .- I Aether plain or apron . B TJ *& 9 Write address plainly ^ T^ KTCARDEN ^ 1 ...

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

DONT FAIL TO MENTION OHIO FARMER when writing our advcrliisra .

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KENTUCKY BY A KENTUCKIAN . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

KENTUCKY BY A KENTUCKIAN . It has been with a great deal of interest , instruction and amusement that 1 have read H . P . Millers series of artii Irs in The Ohio Farmer under the caption ¦ Observations in Kentucky . He has sized up the blue-grass region pretty well , being exceeded in his deBcrlption only by John Burroughs in his Taste of Kentucky Bluegrass . If I were called upon to depict an ideal portraiture of the typical Kentuckian ilat exists in the minds of most of tlie inhabitants of our neighboring northern states , I should draw a picture of a tall , broad-shouldered , mustached member of mankind , wearing a slouch ha I and high-heeled boots , a bottle in one hip pocket , a pistol In the other , a corn-dodger in his hands and a sub on his lips . All of these more or less visionary characteristics seem to have been dispelled from Mr , Millers mind by actual contact , except the eorn-dodger . As Mr . Miller has attested , you will find corn bread an arof diet on nearly every...

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THE HUMANE SIDE OF FARM LIFE . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

THE HUMANE SIDE OF FARM LIFE . Much of the cruel treatment aced domestic animals in the country Is the result of thoughtlessness or ignorance . In a few instances abuse : expression of an ugly temper , callous sensibility or sheer wantonness . Probably a few find a species of amusement in the torture of animals . Children learn from their elders ; boys are allowed to detain and starve rabbits and pets in cages and torture bugs , flies and toads without rebuke . These things are done thoughtlessly but such boys furnish timber from which thugs and cut throats are made . The horse has a world of grievances . The use of the unprotected iron hit during freezing weather is one . To fully sense the cruelty of this practice one has only to touch their tongue to a frozen piece of iron when the . mercury stands at zero and the result is convincing . Some horsemen are thoughtful enough to warm the bit , but they seem to forget that the Intense cold soon frosts it again at the ends , causing ir...

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Common Sense In the Hennery . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

Common Sense In the Hennery . The American hen is the greatest bird In Hie world . All the gold and silver mined in a year , added to the value of sheep and wool , doesnt equal the money worth of poultry products Biddy produces In 365 days time . That sounds big . but its a big fact and cant he expressed in small figures . If its hard to believe , take the same truth in another way . Think of a railway train flOO miles long , composed of 107 , 818 cars . Well ! If all the eggs produced on Uncle Sams farm In one year were packed In crates containing 360 eggs each , it would take just such a train to transport them all between any two points . Now , what about our hen ! Nothing small in the poultry Industry , is there ? No , there is net . and if every man with a Inn used Dr . Hess Poultry Pan-a-ce-a , giving a small portion every day in soft food , the business would be far more colossal than it Is . Pan-a-ce-a is the keynote of success in poultry culture . Some breeders , crusted wi...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

The Buckeye Beats Them All Here Is A Buggy Proposition That Will Interest You . The Buckeye Clipper , tho 1907 model of tho Columbia Mfg . & Supply Co ., Cincinnati , O ., ia going to be tho leader in public favor this year . In points of merit , tho Buckeye even beatsthe $ 6 Q King —tho cracker-jack vehicle this manufacturer put out In 1905 and 1906 . Tho fine catalog which illustrates and describes this IxtautiMil 1907 model— The Buckeye - may be had free by Uroppingthe manufacturer a postal card . TTo concern selling vehicles to the nsor has as complete a factory or one as well equipped for economical results as the manufacturers of the Buckeye . Many mail-order houses claiming to be manufacturers really have no factory . Such concerns can not and do not sell at manufacturers prices . They buy a cheaply constructed buggy from an irresponsible manufacturer , pay him his protit . add their own and offer it for sale as first-class goods . Two profits are thus added to th...

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

ALWAYS mention OHIO FARMER when writing to our advertisers .

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HOW TO FIND OUT , [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

HOW TO FIND OUT , Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour hours ; a sediment or settling indicates an unhealthy condition of the kidneys ; if It stains the linen It is evidence of kidney trouble ; too frequent desire to pass it , or jyiln in the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order . WHAT TO DO . There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr . Kilmers Swamp-Root , the great kidney remedy , fulfills every wish in overcoming rheumatism , pain in the back , kidneys , liver , bladder and every part of the urinary passage . It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it , or bad effects following use of liquor , wine or beer , and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day , and to get up many times during the night . The mild and immediate effect of Swamp-Root , the great kidney and bladder remedy , is soon realized . It stands the highest b...

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[ LIVE STOCK ] [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

[ LIVE STOCK ] AN IDEAL HOG-HOUSE . C . B . N ., Bowling Green , Ohio . wants plans for an ideal hog-house , to accommodate 25 sows at farrowing time , and yet have it so planned that he can feed 100 hogs in cold weather at GROUND IXOOE . a good profit . Wants everything as handy as a pocket in a shirt , and further , asks , Will it pay to build such a hog-house ? It will pay any farmer living as far north as Bowling Green to have a good , warm hog-house , if he is going to make a specialty of raising hogs even for the commercial market . I have tried all kinds of pig-pens and I find the only successful way to breed and feed hogs is to have a good , warm hog-house where a coal stove can be put up if necessary in very cold weather . In my own neighborhood , last spring , farmers lost many thousands of dollars by not having good , warm hog-houses at farrowing time . A building 40 x 50 with 20 feet siding for a straight roof or 16 feet siding for a hip hoof , may seem a monstrous affai...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

Bach s Iron Troughs make handy , durable watering places for stock winter or summer . Can be placed in pasture or anywhere that water is available . Ice cannot break them ; all can drink at once . Always clean , no moss . Afford sanitary conditions not found in wood . Our catalog E-6 tells all about sizes and our curect-to-yoti prices . Its free . A . BCCHS SONS COMPANY , 111 Walnut St ., EUzabetatoffn . Fa . - -- YOUR HORSE HAS WORMS I A & K ^^^ 1 he has any of these I r \ SYMPTOMS WW R > IIL-1 I cont , hldobound . potl > . 11 y , rul . l > iiiK tnil . blontinir , mSW eollcy pnlns , ncrvonsiiest * . Y ^ brown mucus nt roctmii . JPH W DR . FAIRS NEW mmWm \ m WORM REMEDY W . u . » AIK , V . B ., KIi . x , s hot . and worran . Live Stock Can be B H f e I y fed to Treated by Mall . J J , * • OK « » TRIAL BOX , 12 doses , « £ \ 3 \ j Large Box , containing 60 doses S 1 . 00 Dr . Fair Veterinary Remedy Company , Office . Laboratory and Hospita...

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SHEEP RACK . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

SHEEP RACK . Please describe a good style sheep rack . Would two racks 12 ft each in length suffice for forty ewes ? How much space should be allowed between the lath so they can not waste the hay ? Do you think a board could be placed around the bottom of the rack to catch the fine hay so that it would not get wasted?—J . W . K .. Spring Valley , O . We use the rack illustrated . Coiner posts of 2 x 2-inch stuff , 40 inches long . Six inches from the bottom of these legs nail on an inch board G inches wide , all around . The ends of the rack are 26 inches wide . Make the length to suit your feed house . At the top nail on boards all around , 4 or 5 inches wide . The slats are , 4 inch thick and 3 inches wide . The space between these slats is 6 , & inches , which enables the sheep to put its head inside and eat without wasting feed . The bottom of the box should be made tight , of flooring , for feeding grains . The floor rests upon crosspieces nailed on inside of legs ...

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BLACK TOP ANNUAL MEETING . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

BLACK TOP ANNUAL MEETING . The Black Top Spanish Merino Sheep Breeders Publishing Association held their 23 d annual meeting according to their state charter , on the third Thursday of January , at Washington , Pa . Notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather there was a good attendance . The morning session was taken up with routine business . After dinner the new board of directors and auditors were elected . Directors . —Samuel Willison , Hickory , Pa . ; J . B . Gates , Beallsville , O . ; S . W . Berry , Canonsburg , Pa . ; William H . Nichols , R . D . 1 . Wheeling , W . Va . ; John M . Berry , Hylandville , Pa . ; J . A . Chambers , West Alexander , Pa . ; W . J . Smith , Washington , Pa . Auditors . —C . M . Berry , Eighty-four , Pa .: J . A . Lemmax , Whigville , O . ; A . L . Crawford . Rixs Mills , O . The board organized and elected John M . Berry , president ; W . F . Whitham , West Alexander , Pa ., treasurer ; and R . P . Berry , Eighty-four , Pa „ secretary . The s...

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SWINE RATIONS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

SWINE RATIONS . In reply to C A . L . Jan . 19 you say that 1 part oats , 2 parts corn and 3 parts middlings is an ideal ration for growing pigs . Would you feed it dry or as sloip ? Would you feed any ear corn in addition , in winter time ? For hogs , is tankage at $ 1 . 40 per cwt , on board car at Chicago , as cheap as middlings at $ 22 a ton ? How should tankage be fed with other grain ? r have clover pasture for hogs the coming season . When should fall pigs and sows with litters be turned on it ? Is alsike clover as good as red clover for pig pasture?—W . E . L ., Mt . Victory , O . We would grind the oats and corn ftnd feed it with the middlings as slop , or feed the latter alone as slop and the grain whole . A little ear corn in winter will help a good deal . The analysis of tankage is as follows , compared with wheat middlings : CarboProtein . hydrates . Fat Tankage 59 . 8 9 . 8 15 . 7 Middlings / ... 12 . 8 53 . 0 3 . 4 Where protein is the object , it will be seen that ta...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

iO ECOVERY from pneumonia is ] K ?| l * V . usually a matter of proper nourish- / r < I ment . The weakened , wasted bod y <&~ 0 ^ needs a strengthing food more than any- * * f thing else in the world . *? Scott J > Emulsion gets right « 3 » , into the blood of the convalescent and • 3 1 2 J builds up the wasted tissues by nourishA ing them with cod liver oil , the most 2 J iQ , strengthening of known foods . A The shattered nerves are braced * fr ? with hypophosphites . The whole body Jj A gains weight and vigor with the very X » Qi first dose , and continues to gain until A ¦ aQ * complete health is restored . a > * •> g % ALL DRUGGISTS ; 50 c . AND $ 1 . 00 . ^ Jtfv ^ J 7 /» ¥ \ ( Til iM- ZaKgv 476 Drops S & f » Without Missing or y - ^^^^ BRF y ^ r Breaking a Kernel ( y BaaaaBJfBfJ [¦¦ aBBBBBBBBBBaBBB ] ^ h s ¦ ^ liat the J . I , Case Round vv ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^¦^^^^^ Hole Plato Runner Planter has a...

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

LAMENESS . —NO . 2 . A very common cause of lameness is sprain which is always succeeded by pain , heat , swelling and more OP less loss of function of cither the muscle , ligament or tendon , and inflamed muscles generally lose their power of contraction . The swelling of an inflamed muscle is generally succeeded by atrophy and its power completely destroyed ; therefore in cases of severe sprain the symptoms may be similar to those of paralysis . Lameness caused by the sprain of a muscle is not so serious as if caused by a sprained ligament or tendon . Muscles are well supplied by blood while the tendons and ligaments are not , consequently muscle tissue is reproduced much more rapidly than tendon tissue ; furthermore , when a horse meets with a very severe sprain of ligament or tendon the parts are usually , left somewhat thickened . Nature does this in order to strengthen the parts . One of the most common causes of lameness is improper shoeing or leaving shoes on too long ; if h...

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