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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

Make Dairying Pay 1 Just consider the part the cow takes as a producer for the farm . She not only furnishes in milk many times her own weight tn a single year , but reproduces herself annually , and her olT-spring Is either sold to the butcher or raised to go through the same process of production for perhaps twelve or fifteen years to come . But to keep cows or run the dairy requires care . You cant have milk without furnishing its equivalent—feed . And the skillful dairyman will carefully increase { iteration for his cows until he finds the limit of each animals digestion . At this point is where the profit lies . Difficulties , however , are often encountered in arriving at the digestive capacity of a dairy cow . Going ofF her feed , Ind i - gestion , Milk Fever , Mammitls are the consequences , but where the proper tonics arc administered the digestive organs are strengthened and improved and the largest possible amount of food is digested and converted into milk . DB HESS STOC...

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1 THE DAIRY 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

1 THE DAIRY 1 THE GUERNSEY AND ITS HOME . The increasing popularity of the Guernsey in the United States makes her home and the surroundings under which she has been developed , of especial Interest to the dairyman at the present time . While in 1900 there were only about one-fourth as many Guernseys in America as Jerseys , it is safe to say that this condition will not hold for very long . At the present time a Guernsey will command a considerably higher price than a Jersey of the same grade . This increased GALAXY s SEQUEL . —Owned by Alfred L , apaurel . Champion in junior class Island of Guernsey , 1906 . demand for the Guernsey in the United States — for we furnish the chief market for animals from the island—has greatly stimulated the growing of cows for the export trade . Thus the bond of interest between us and Guernsey Island andi its people Is steadily strengthening . While we as Americans seldom think of the island except in connection with the cows it produces for us , t...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

^ The olrt P an wa y o £ raisin S cream dont I * JAJJJ | B ** SJj 1 \ iYm Pa > — [ s t 0 ° mussy and fussy—too much B ^ Jr ^ PVl U —\ | VVfl work for the women . And it don t pay ^ L _ al ^_^ vi ^ rV 1 | ¥£% \ In dollars and cents because you actually ^ BBBBBBBBBaa . ^^ B ^ s ^ taSM ^ tv ose ^ l ) P er cent f tlie crecun y ° u ought to get . You I can increase your cream product about 50 per cent over [ k ^ ftl si ** J P an setting ; 33 per cent over cans set in cold water ; 25 per ^ LI ^ -Li ^^ J- | ceut over patent creamers or dilution cans by using the UU 1 . \ ui SHARPLES MM ! TUBULAR SEPARATOR B I Besides you can skim the milk Immediately after milkBxsjwpgjKcsM 5— save tne handling and the expense of storage . A ml III TBJ { ¦ good milk-house costs more than ir ~^ S \ I a Tubular and isnt half so pro- | ^ jl ^^ l *\ Citable—even if you already have j |¦; J ;| | I the milk-house it will pay in la- ^^ Ira Mf ^ k II I horsaved . incrocksandpanssaved , xlfc ^^ gJL ^^ a ^...

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D WHO IS RIGHT ABOUT THE BEST D ICREAM SEPARATOR ? I -SLv Every cream separator manufacturer , old and new alike , ^ L 3 claims that his separator is better than any other . WHO IS RIGHT ? Who can honestly make such a cia ' ijn ? We will leave the answer to you , but wish to submit a few facts for your con -sideration . The DE LAVAL machine was the original separator and It has been manufactured for twenty-eight years , twice as | * H long as any other machine . The world ' s best Inventors and mm M mechanics have been constantly working and trying to better it , and thousands of dollars have been spent annually in this effort . The DE LAVAL has for many years been thoroughly tested , tried and used in every civilized country in the world and under every conceivable condition . Over 800 , 000 have been sold to date , several times all other makes combined . From these tests and experiences the DE LAVAL experts have learned what a cream separator must be to be called BEST . The DE LAVAL machine of today represents this knowledge . Every feature of its construction is the result of years of study and practical experience and the expenditure of vast sums of money . Nothing has been left undone that would help to make and keep the DE LAVAL the BEST of all separators . No separator built today contains any feature whatever not used in the DE LAVAL , which has not at some time or other been tried out by the DE LAVAL experts and cast aside for some -thing better in the present DE LAVAL construction . Consider these facts well , consult every experienced separator user you can , learn all that is possible about cream separators and then tell us WHO you think is RIGHT . Meanwhile send for a DE I . AVAL catalog of separator facts and reasons , to be had for I the asking . The De Laval Separator Co ., R « ndoljih * Onnal St .. r . „ . . . i nil : 173-17 ; Willl « m Slrwt cHicioo General Oiiices : MUNTKKAI . 1213-1215 KilliprtSlreet — * « , f m . ry . . t and 10 I ' rinccsa Strapt I'liiuDKLi-iiu 74 Cortlandt Street , wiNsim ? - ' Oromiu and Sacramonto Sts . VTTn * r VfNMW l' » T FiintStreet SANFIUXCISCO NtW YORK PORTLAND , OR * . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

D WHO IS RIGHT ABOUT THE BEST D ICREAM SEPARATOR ? ISLv Every cream separator manufacturer , old and new alike , ^ L 3 claims that his separator is better than any other . WHO IS RIGHT ? Who can honestly make such a cia ijn ? We will leave the answer to you , but wish to submit a few facts for your consideration . The DE LAVAL machine was the original separator and It has been manufactured for twenty-eight years , twice as | * H long as any other machine . The world s best Inventors and mm M mechanics have been constantly working and trying to better it , and thousands of dollars have been spent annually in this effort . The DE LAVAL has for many years been thoroughly tested , tried and used in every civilized country in the world and under every conceivable condition . Over 800 , 000 have been sold to date , several times all other makes combined . From these tests and experiences the DE LAVAL experts have learned what a cream separator must be to be called BEST . The DE LAVAL mach...

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DIFFICULT CHURNING . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

DIFFICULT CHURNING . We have overcome difficulty in churning by properly ripening the cream and care in handling the milk and cream from start to finish . We skim as thick a cream as possible , keep all the cream perfectly sweet until there is enough for a churning , and every time we add new cream stir it all together well . While it is ripening in a warm place , the day before churning , we stir quite often . It is thick and satiny in appearance , almost butter when ready to churn . It comes quicker when medium sour to the taste . Delaying the churning until too much acid develops , or churning before cream is quite ripe , is not a good plan if we want the cream to churn easy and desire good quality of butter . Keeping the cream too long before ripening , not churning often enough , causes trouble on churning day . Of course a thermometer must be used to be sure of getting the right temperature . And right here we have to experiment a little . The proper tem perature depends on ma...

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Farm Butter Every dairy housewife wishes to excel in the art of making but -ter . With her it is a matter of reputation . No one knows better than she the importance of cleanliness in connection with milk , and none appreciate how sparingly , if at all , should be the use of soap for such purposes . Hot water and hard labor have generally been used , but now something has come to take the place of the hard labor—a new cleaner . Its name is WYANDOTTE DAIRYMAN'S -Cleaner and Cleanser Three years ago this product was first brought to the attention of the creameries , the . cheese factories and the State Dairy Schools . Today the State Dairy Schools not only use it but also strongly advise its use by others , and the factory that does & . ^ not use it is a rare exception . IwW ^ ff . ' To the housewife an Investment in a 5-lb . sack of n 4 * 3 Dtr ( Wyandotte Dairyman ' s Cleaner and Cleanser is an / ^ */ 5 investment for better , purer and sweeter milk . a high (—| P L I grade product , bigger prices and less work . Ask j £ ^/ your factoryman or dealer for a 5-lb . sack of this UflBj ^ Blirol cleaner , or write Facsimile 5-lb . Sack , The J . B . FORD CO ., Sole Mnfrs ., D « pi . K . Wyandotte , Mich . This Cleaner has been awarded the highest prize wherever exhibited . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

Farm Butter Every dairy housewife wishes to excel in the art of making butter . With her it is a matter of reputation . No one knows better than she the importance of cleanliness in connection with milk , and none appreciate how sparingly , if at all , should be the use of soap for such purposes . Hot water and hard labor have generally been used , but now something has come to take the place of the hard labor—a new cleaner . Its name is WYANDOTTE DAIRYMANSCleaner and Cleanser Three years ago this product was first brought to the attention of the creameries , the . cheese factories and the State Dairy Schools . Today the State Dairy Schools not only use it but also strongly advise its use by others , and the factory that does & . ^ not use it is a rare exception . IwW ^ ff . To the housewife an Investment in a 5-lb . sack of n 4 * 3 Dtr ( Wyandotte Dairyman s Cleaner and Cleanser is an / ^ */ 5 \ investment for better , purer and sweeter milk . a high (—| P L \ I grade p...

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IyT . T -' ? INVESTIGATE The "Full-length" Slave The Indiana Silo A Guaranteed Silo • 'Quality of material and con -struction—the very best . SaVE MONEY Write at once for our Special Oiler to Early Buyers . Catalog and a copy o £ Tin jv . Silo Advocate" FREE P INDIANA SILO CO . " 314 Union Bide ., Anderson . Ind . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

IyT . T- ? INVESTIGATE The Full-length Slave The Indiana Silo A Guaranteed Silo • Quality of material and construction—the very best . SaVE MONEY Write at once for our Special Oiler to Early Buyers . Catalog and a copy o £ Tin jv . Silo Advocate FREE P INDIANA SILO CO . 314 Union Bide ., Anderson . Ind .

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* CADI ? Y 7 OT 7 C ? Strained , inflamed or dUKE LIICBJ diseased eyes , granulat -wrvsma . ~ -tm . M- ^ r cd lids , ulcers , cataract , bloodshot eyes , weak , tired or watery eyes , and eyes that aciie , use Schlegel's magic eye lotion , a soothing remedy that cures quickly . Write today for free sample bottle and full information . En -close 2 c stamp . Address H . T . Scblegel Co ., 1501 Home Bank Bldg ., Peoria . III . Jt ¦ ¦ 3 30 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

* CADI ? Y 7 OT 7 C ? Strained , inflamed or dUKE LIICBJ diseased eyes , granulatwrvsma . ~ -tm . M- ^ r cd lids , ulcers , cataract , bloodshot eyes , weak , tired or watery eyes , and eyes that aciie , use Schlegels magic eye lotion , a soothing remedy that cures quickly . Write today for free sample bottle and full information . Enclose 2 c stamp . Address H . T . Scblegel Co ., 1501 Home Bank Bldg ., Peoria . III . Jt ¦ ¦ 3 30

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^ X B | ^ V • | experl -wMIl mf Cm 1 ^ « nce . nnlilei 1 m to • elentlfleall ]' ^~~~ ~^^^^^^^^^^ " treat nnd effectual . ly Sure Qimoer itnd turners without llio knife . 78 -pneo b < " > k sent free . iWW ' -eaK l ) rs . GBATKINV & MUSH , 6 Oddfellows Temple , 7 th * ElmSts ., Cincinnati , Ohio . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

^ X B \| ^ V • | experlwMIl \ mf Cm 1 ^ « nce . nnlilei 1 m to • elentlfleall ] ^~~~ ~^^^^^^^^^^ treat nnd effectual . ly Sure Qimoer itnd turners without llio knife . 78pneo b &amp;lt; &amp;gt; k sent free . iWW -eaK l ) rs . GBATKINV &amp;amp; MUSH , 6 Oddfellows Temple , 7 th * ElmSts ., Cincinnati , Ohio .

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THE VALUE IF CHARCOAL . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

THE VALUE IF CHARCOAL . Few People Know How Useful i ( is in Preserving Health and Beauty . Coals Nothing lo Try . Nearly everybody knows that charcoal is the safest and most efficient disinfectant and purifier in nature , hut few realize its value when taken into the human system for the same cleansing purpose . Charcoal is a remedy that the more you take of it the better ; it is not a drug at all , but simply absorbs the gases and impurities always present in the stomach and intestines . and carries them out of the system . Charcoal sweetens the breath . after eating onions and other odorous vegetables , and completely neutralizes a disagreeable breath arising from any habit or indulgence . Charcoal effectually clears and Improves the complexion , it whitens the teeth and further acts as a natural and eminently safe cathartic . It absorbs the injurious gases which collect in the stomach and bowels ; it disinfects the mouth and throat from the poison of catarrh . All druggists sell...

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

DAIRY RATIONS . Referring back to table of rations on page 290 , March 17 , 1906 , I find that these are rations for cows giving about 22 lb . milk per day . Would a cow giving 30 lb . per day require about , » more of the rations per day ? Taking rations 54 , 56 , 59 , 62 , 145 , 147 , 150 and 153 , and combining them , and feeding 1 lb . of the mixture for each 3 to 3 , L . lb . of milk given , the cow would not get quite a pound of cornfodder , and would get about 1 % lb . mixed hay , per day . Nothing is said in connection with these tables , about the amount to feed per day according to the amount of milk given . Please explain more fully . —C . A . M ., Wayne Co .. O . The more milk a cow gives the narrower should be the nutritive ratio of the feed ; and the more feed she should have . The Wolff-Lehman standards are all narrower than are usually observed in this country , even by intelligent feeders . But they serve as a guide . The cost of rations must be considered . If the ...

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OHIO DAIRYMEN'S ASSOCIATION -OHIO LIVE STOCK ASSO'N . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

OHIO DAIRYMENS ASSOCIATIONOHIO LIVE STOCK ASSON . The Ohio Dairymen s Association will meet at the Ohio State University , Wednesday and Thursday , Feb . 20 and 21 . The Ohio Live Stock Association will meet on the 19 th and 20 th of February . As dairy farmers wlil be interested in both , the meetings are arranged to overlap one day . Matters of great Importance to dairymen will be considered , among them inoculation lor immunity to tuberculosis in cattle ; a symposium on the milking machine by men who have used it and can speak authoritively ; alfalfa and corn silage ; the pig and the dairy . Also , there will be some practical demonstrations in the dairy laboratory in the use of starters ; the acid test ; the test of cream ; the Wisconsin curd test ; and tests for fat , sali ; and water In butter . Progressive dairymen should plan to spend three days and take in the meetings of both associations and get acquainted with the College of Agriculture . More detailed announcements of t...

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BUTTER COLORS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

BUTTER COLORS . We are getting inquiries in regard to the butter colors allowed under the National Pure Food Law . H . W . Wiley , Chief Chemist of the Department of Agriculture , informs the Rural New Yorker that all mineral colors are exeluded , as he thinks all of them are harmful . In regard to aniline dyes , he says that the great majority of them are poisonous . The Department is now having a careful investigation made of the whole subject , and Dr . Wiley says the indications point to complete prohibition of all aniline dyes . Aniline dyes are not all poisonous or harmful , but a dye of a given name may be harmless today and harmful tomorrow . He advises using annato , saffron , etc . A harmless coloring can be made of the juice of carrots , fresh ground and pressed . On this point Dr . Wiley says : I believe yon should advise the farmers to stop using dyes as much as possible and to use only harmless dyes , such as annato , saffron , etc . Better still would it be to stop us...

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Guaranteed to Cure . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

Guaranteed to Cure . N . H . Balle . New Windsor . Md .. writes : There Is nothing so easy to get rid of ; is abortion . Order H . W . Kellogg : &amp;amp; Co . s Anti-Abortion Powder and mix with salt ( In salt bos In yard or field ) where thoy can eat when they want . It Is a sure cure and a preventive . I am never without it . I know ^ f what I speafll and havo recommended it to dozens of cattle men . The manufacturers will refund the purchase price in any case of abortion or failure to breed treated by Kelloggs Immunizing Condition Powder administered according to directions . Read adv . In tills caper .

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

STRICTLY PURE * Linseed t Oil Meal m We have for sale superior linseed oil meal from our own mill . It is a product of carefully cleaned Northwestern- seed and the best methods of manufacture . It is richer and better than others on the market . We shall be glad to quote prices upon request . Address Linseed OH Dept ., THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO ., 60 1 Canal Road N . W ., Clovoland , Ohio Robes and Coats Wo Ian all kind ! of ANIMAL 5 K 1 NS nn . l make ROBES and COATS nt small coit . 25 yeatn expoiionce . Writ * for prices , ttoatcrn Kurns Hoba A . TaDBla * Co ., CnjaboRa falls , Oalo &amp;lt; 1 ff GETS BIGGEST PROflTS FROM MILK 1 ^ «&amp;amp; fr » The chief reason you want a separator is to get more I M- ^ ta \ cream —m oremoney—out of your milk . Then if you want to I &amp;amp;¦ «!*^ r Tr get the most youll naturally want the separator that WM H _ F 9 B ~ r ^^^* 1 gets the most cream . Thai s the improved * WBP II CCREAM | ^ | m W « S » SEPARATOR I Mfi !/ f ^? Mr $ Holds...

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

SEPARATOR FREE 875 f oraJWO MONTHS i | ~ r - ?! WE WILL GLADLY llV * i I SEND YOU A CREAM SEPARATOR ; you can } C _ I V u &amp;amp; o It sixty day * , and ESjflM ^ E ^^ havo received the hest § W ^ fleparaior m the world , tho 3 ~~? 5 rI trial wont cost you one S .. _ „ _^ E 2 ae *^ HI S ? nt- Write tor our now * -Q 2 ^ TS ^ Saal Cream Separator c ° 3 / ifflt anrtleiirnofihisgrealoffer . ^ Zp * I MEL mlQ 7 R buys our wonS &amp;amp; JiaPiSlU » I 3 V 3 derful 1907 ( -JISlI ( fB ^ BESftt model Dundee Crenm Scpa- — 3 ^ - § o « wlwfct ^ Bfv * rator , the equal •&amp;lt;{ any * CoB £ s Hi •¦ tO * machine sold |&amp;gt; y anyone i ^ S 3 » xSS lAn el ^ e up to S-10 . 00 . Our o &amp;gt;» r 13 ^ 1 IB / 11 Improved Koonomy * *!— I ? . .- Wm * yf ^ .. Cream Separator , Vasal ?&amp;lt; . &amp;gt; IBPBBBBBT Dundee , is Bimrantcod Z ?* £ J L mm \ 9 L \ m \ I tlic bi-st BC para tor V /*•» aw - } r \ I made , reward loss of * H ] Z ^ mV ^ Vm narne or price , and 13 l f ^...

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IVETERINARY ) [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

IVETERINARY ) ( Conducted by W . C . Fair , V . S . ) Advice through this departmoni Is tree to our subscribers . Each communication should state history and symptoms of the case in full ; also name and address of writer . Initials only will be published . HORSES . Cancerous Growth . — Mare has large growths of a cancerous nature on different pails of body . They seem to itch and lirst appeared about 2 years ago . I had them removed twice and they returned in a worse form than before . A . B ., Akron . O . —The growths you refer to are cancerous warts . Cut them oft closely and apply acetic acid once a day and if ihey persist in growing burn Ihem with a red hot Iron as often as necessary . Irregular Strangles—Abscess on Hip . — Colt had slight attack of distemper recently . Now has pus running from hip . Does this come from distemper ? B . B ., Mt . Blanchard . O . —Your colt had an Irregular form of distemper . Had the glands of throat suppurated freely , the gland of hip would not...

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

ALWAYS mention OHIO FARMER when writing to our advertisers . r Kb t CUSTOMERS Wo havo decided to soiid S . Ouo boxen of Arabian Mock anil Poultry Tablet * to an equal uuui . bor of new- customer ** on TRIAL Send us 10 c In stamps to pay the actual cost of postage and a $ 1 . 00 box will be promptly mailed jou . togcthorwlih our booklet on the care or Live Stock and Poultry , if tho tablets give sat-1-laction you cap send us $ 1 . 00 after they have been thoroughly tried : If not . they coat you nothing . &amp;lt;„ iJn . u . , » b « 01 n 8 l B Prepared stock foods sold in bulk at 10 c per lb . or more , you will recognize ^ 7 , T , , ° Md V &amp;gt;« » concentrated form ell the medicinal properties contained In tho best conditioning foods . You can make your own ft ??„ V ^ i \ d . ato ,, . et ? , . th t ,, e c ° 8 » y «™»» - Si V 11 ! , a , 1 m , lllnK OH with tho usual nller W wh haa boeD u * od ** ahS * . SV . , h 6 m 1 rl of A «» l » n Tablets-hun- ¦¦ hnonlale supportour c...

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