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I HORTICULTURE 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907
I HORTICULTURE 1 FORESTRY AS A BUSINESS . In The Ohio Farmer of Jan . 12 , Prolessor W . J . Green has a very Interesting article 011 forestry in which he invites discussion on points of difference . I quite agree with liim in the main hut in some particulars I must take exceptions to his arguments . To explain my position I will say that I look at the question of planting and growing trees , and the care and preservation of native timber and woodlols , solely from the businessman s Tiewpoint ; also that my views relate to the best agricultural parts of the state where all of the land is worth from $ 50 to $ 120 per acre . I claim that there is very little natural timber land , ( or woodlots ) , either old or young , that is profitable to keep as such as a business proposition . I will lay down as an undisputed truth that a timber-growing proposition and a stock pasture can not co-exist on the same plot of ground . Pasture-lots can endure a few trees without serious damage , but a t...
LIMB WASTED WITH ECZEMA . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907
LIMB WASTED WITH ECZEMA . Suffered Untold Agonies—Doctor Said It Was the Worst Case—Wonderful Cure by Cuticura . I used the Cuticura Remedies for eczema . The doctor seJd It was the worst case he ever saw . It was on both limbs , from the knees to the ankles . uv iried everything the doctors knew of , but the Cuticura Remedies did the most good . I was obliged to lie witJj my limits higher than my head , for the pain was so terrible I could not walk . I suffered untold agonies . One limb wasted away a great deal smaller than the other , there was so much discharge from it . I found the Cuticura Remedies very smoothing , and I still keep them in the house . I am very thankful to say that I am cured . I found the Cuticura Remedies all that you say they are . I hope that you may be spared many years to make the Cuticura Remedies for the benefit of persons suffering from the torture of skin diseases , such as I had . Mrs . Goldlng , Box 8 , Ayr , Ontario , Canada , June 6 , 1905 .
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907
Spraying Made Easy * 5 g » w By Using AtfSm \ STAHLS pfj Bfl \ Excelsior u m \ j s P rayin s 0 uifi &lt; s D ~ JiifIj / and Prepared Mixtures Cl _ j ^ Jj &gt; Save yonr trees , vines and plants . » j ^ r- ~ T lh 0 ravages of eeale , fimkl anil worms liy spraying , and rims insure an Increased yield , tvery farmer , gardener , fruit or Hewer grower slionkl write at onco for our free catalue . describing fcxcclslor Spraying Outfits , and containing much information on how to sorav fruit and vegetable crops . IM . sr . MIL BPRATER CO , Boa 10 J . O , ( Junior , in . % 4 S¦ MU ^ tfdlM ^^^ MlJ ^ tt ^****^ A ^ S ^ mmmmmmi }] ^! ^ Vv 0 90 l , i many b * f ¥ ° rWM . ; m charda . Consequently I i *&lt; $ ¦ . ^ Hr ^ Jaa know what varieties ar « ¦ *** ¦ &gt;¦ -: qa | best adapted to your soil daS ond climate . My stock in- \ r m \ EA \\\ : 3 l » eludes all the money-ma k- \ 1 . E *^ H swr ers—fancy and common va- \^^* P * mmm . ffmW rietes . They aro wellkl \ .:...
CUTTING POST TIMBER . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907
CUTTING POST TIMBER . What time should one cut young white oak , 16- or 18 inches in diameter , and mature walnut and chestnut trees to secure posts of lasting qualities ? Does the age of the tree have any influence on the life of the timber for posts , the time of cutting the timber or manner of seasoning ? Has the Experiment Station studied this question ? E . B . W ., Lancaster , 0 . — While experimental work concerning post timber is under way at the Experiment Station , we have no results as yet . Young , fast-growing timbers are usually sappy . Wood-destroying fungi require water and organic food elements for their development . Posts in the foregoing condition , have an abundant supply of starch , sugar and albuminous substances , consequently conditions are more favorable for decay . Old matured trees are too brash and the posts from them when slightly decayed , are easily broken . The thrifty intermediate sizes of fair age , will doubtless give best results . The most impor...
SPRAYING APPLES . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907
SPRAYING APPLES . Fruit Is indeed a live question in the counties of southern Ohio . It seems to be an avenue through which many farmers see a solution of the vexing question of profit . There is one important phase of this work which must be kept constantly in view . At a recent Institute , Mr . S . W . Huntley of Vinton , Ohio , gave a very practical talk , and judging by the esteem in which Mr . Huntley is held by his neighbors I deem that a few points in his address might tend to a better understanding of the subject by those going into the business . His subject was Spraying of Apples . The talk was thoroughly practical and was delivered in rather a fetching manner . He emphasized the fact that his hearers should study closely the work of our Experiment Station in the matter of spraying . He had tried to carry out their recommendations and found them not only practical but successful in results obtained . He stated that orchard pests were of somewhat recent origin , at least ma...
OHIO HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907
OHIO HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY . There were on exhibtion 300 plates of fruit—80 varieties of apples and one plate of English walnuts , grown on the Maumee river , 25 miles below Toledo , tree 16 years planted . L . D . Twitchell took first premium on display 25 varieties apples ; E . G . Cox , second . On display 6 varieties for market purposes , northern Ohio , L . D . Twitchell , first . On 6 varieties for market purpose in southern Ohio , E . G . Cox took first . T . Hunt , second . L . B . Pierce read an exhaustive paper on ornamental planting which will probably be published in The Ohio Farmer . F . E . Can- of Cuyahoga Co ., talked about beautifying the home . His talk was illustrated by lantern sHdes . He said the barn where he lives , at West Park , is about 75 feet from the entrance , but it is so hidden by a screen of different trees and ! shrubs that it can not be seen . A pond in which are growing foreign flowers that bloom at night has a wire running over it with lights so ...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907
® SBELL * SBANNER SEED COLLECTION OAtt 52 * WORTH FOR AllT To Introduce oor tested t ~ u * m » W . tomers we will send this Baa- Jgj 9 ff ner Collection worth 62 o for Jggil 20 u . It consists of out- puckrl ;• :- / : ! Lightning Express Cabbage ; m £££ } m fSSecJ Vegetables , 6 9 in Flowers , Wm . Henry Manle ¥ &amp;¦ %%$£ I| SBELLS| fl EARLY BIRD ^^ M RADISM ^ OT aj 4 ABeatitlful color and shape , &amp;|?^^ S m m \ . escollent quality , tender , fy ^ T ^^ Ml I Mi I Juicy and crisp : never be- VH mrm I Je &lt; SB \ I comes pithy . Best radish ^ KKttU ¦ VttaPS for homo uae or for market , JG S ^ l . » * M Tho Early Bird Is the tf WfSM TL ^^ r earliest , iliitst flavored , 1 IS ^ SSffi l ^^ a . - laouiist , red turnip r ^ llsh ^ i / T | known . Soud 120 to pay for pad * - If I Min ? and postage we will send you ^ , a large package or Early BlriV ifl n I H Radish Seed worth 15 c , and our ¦&lt; - *¦ I . seed catalog . Catalog alouo free . I H . „ c „ . ...
CURRENT COMMENT . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907
CURRENT COMMENT . The Congress of the UniMORE GKAB . ted States has joined in the general stampede for increased pay . On Jan . 23 the Senate by a vote of 53 to 21 passed the House bill increasing the salaries of Senators , Representatives and territorial delegates to $ 7 , 000 a year , and the Vice President , Speaker of the House and members of the Cabinet , to $ 12 ,- 000 a year . The total increase amounts to over $ 1 , 000 , 000 a year . Members of the Senate and House have been getting $ 5 , 000 a year , the Vice President and Cabinet officers , $ 8 , 000 . The plea for the increase was increased cost of living . The increase on members salaries is 40 # and on Vice President and Cabinet officers . : • • . Does it cost a member of Cong ) more to live than it did a few years ago , or a member of the Cabinet 50 * more ? Has the increased cost of living been 10 £ more for a Cabinet officer than for a member of Congress ? Twenty-one Senators voted against the increase . They should...
WEST VIRGINIA AGRICULTURAL MEETINGS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907
WEST VIRGINIA AGRICULTURAL MEETINGS . The annual meetings of the West Virginia agricultural associations were held at Charleston , Jan . Ll to - o . Owe the difficulty in reaching the city the attendance was small and many of the speakers from outside cif the state who were expected to be present were unal io to keep their appointments . Their i were filled very acceptably , howevi local speakers and from point of In 1 the meetings were very successful . The Sheep Breeders and Wool Growers sec , ; , I ,..,, held Its meeting on Monday . Mr . \\ . i &gt; . / . inn . a member of the state board f agriculture gave a very instructive talk On growing alfalfa . This crop is comparatively new in most of the state and much Interest waa ifested . D , A . Arnold led In the dl slon of tiie subject , giving hi . In growing the crop during the past !¦ n yens and his success In feeding It : o pure bred live stock . Where given proper care the crop had beSn found to do well , especially in ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907
J WE GUARANTEE to stop THE 5 $ OHIO FARMER immediately upon ex- 5 S piration of time subscribed for , and we J will pay all expenses for defending / ! any suit brought against any sub- t i scrlber to The Ohio Farmer by the ( , publisher of any farm paper which J i has been sent after the time ordered j i has expired , providing you return such ) &lt; papers to your postmaster unread , tell 3 1 him to notify the publishers that you 1 ! refuse to accept them , and you send i i us due notice before suit Is started . ( i Avoid future trouble by refusing to i subscribe for any farm paper which &lt; does not print , In each Issue , a defiJ nlte guarantee to stop on expiration of subscription . I ! The Lawrence Pub . Co ., Cleveland , O . i
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907
ESTABLISHED 1848 • THE LAWRENCE PUBLISHING CO . BDITOBS AND PROPRIETORS . Gii . ii . iiAi . Owen , 80 I-BII 9 ST . CLAIB Ave ., M . E . CLEVELAND , OHIO . NKW YOltlt OPFIOB , 725 Tomplo Court Bide . rllli . Aiio OFFICE , MM first Nat . Bunk Bide . DETROIT , Hlch ., OFFICE , 89-15 Connroaa SI .. W . MINNEAPOLIS OIFUK . 589 Anilrua Bide . a BATTLE W « ah .. OI PlUE . all People tg . lsk . lHdg . II . . 1 . I . AWKKNCE President M . W . LAWRENCE Vice-President M . I .. LAWRENCE Secretary P . T . LAWRENCE Treasurer II . E . WILLIAMS - &gt; V . . I CHAMBERLAIN Associate JOHN F . CUNNINGHAM &gt; Edltoa . HARRIET MASON \ A . J . ANDERSON J TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Three Years , 156 £ ? ,,... $ 1-50 TWO YEARS , 104 Copies to one ptrion $ 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 send money by draft . poatoffleo ...
OHIO STATE BOARD OF AGRICCL -TOTtt [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907
OHIO STATE BOARD OF AGRICCLTOTtt The following report did not reach us in time for last week s Issue . The eommlttees elected by the Board , at its re- • nt annual meeting were as follows : Executive Committee . — L . P . Bailey , chairman , and Messrs . Cromley , Taylor , idles . Farmers Institute Committee . —Dr . 11 . M . Brown , chairman , and Messrs . Miller and Kilgnre . Auditing Committee . —Mr . A . P . Sandles , chairman , and Messrs . McFaiiand and Bwfl 11 . Departments at State Fair . — Horses , Mr . Ganson ; cattle , Mr . Kllgore ; sheep and poultry , Mr . McFarland ; farm prodUCtS and fruits , Mr . Miller ; swine , Dr . Brown ; machinery and Implements , Mr . Ewart ; mechanics mf g products and merchandise and music , Mr . Croinlev ; women s department and line arts . Mr . Sandles . ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT . ( FOK THE YEAR ENDING : DEC . 31 . 1906 . ) RECEIPTS— MISCELLANEOUS . Dash on hand at last report • 15 . 4 Slfi . 98 County farmers Institutes 8 . 373 . 81 Ferti...
THE WEEK . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907
THE WEEK . Leading Events . The Sweetenham-Davis Incident . — When the recent earthquake caused such suffering and destruction in Jamaica . Admiral Davis of tho United States navy immediately took his squadron to Kingston , landed men and offered his assistance to the British governor of the island . This governor . Sweetenham by name , wrote an officious and very disrespectful letter to Admiral Davis , declining assistance , requesting that ho withdraw his men from the city and saying that the Jamaicans were very well able to look after their own affairs . This replyhas caused a great deal of indignation in Great Britain and the United States . The British government has apologized for the actions of its boorish servant and thanked the United States for its proffered assistance . Governor Sweetenham has resigned , and what might have grown Into an international difficulty is entirely smoothed out . I asualtles . —In a freight wreck on the B . &amp; O . railroad , near Letar...
OHIO FARMER PAYS ADVERTISERS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907
OHIO FARMER PAYS ADVERTISERS . Cleveland . O ., Jan . 14 . 1907 . Please discontinue my Farm For Rent adv . in The Ohio Farmer . I have had more Inquiries than I find time to take care of . and the results have been very satisfactory . —A . G . Webb . Cumberland . O .. Jan . 13 , 1907 , Please discontinue my adv . of Belgian colts . I have sold them all at very satisfactory prices , and still continue to be flooded with inquiries . The Ohio Farmer reaches the right class of people . My Shorthorn adv . sold six bulls .: —Green Spring Farm . Geneva . O .. Jan . 10 , 1907 . Please change ihe wording of my Berkshire swine and Scotch Collie dog adv . I am having very fair results from your paper , and expect to continue with you . —Maple Heights Farm . Moultrie , O .. Jan . 24 . 1907 . Please change bur adv . as soon as possible , as we are all sold out of turkeys . We have been selling turkeys on the run for the past few weeks . —Big Springs Stock Farm . Fort Recovery . O ; , Jan . 13 ....
INSTITUTES NEXT WEEK . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907
INSTITUTES NEXT WEEK . OHIO . Feb . 4-5 , BarnesvlIIe , Bethel , Cedarvllle , Centerburg , Croton . Delta . Derby . Neptune . Oxford , Summerfield . Feb . 6-7 , Camden . Cridersville , Gettysburg , Jeffersonvllle , Lucas . Mt . Pleasant . New Vienna . Norwich . Sayre . Sharon Church . Feb . 8-9 , Bryan . Cambridge . Canal Winchester . Fai -mersville . Harrod . Jeromesvllle . Jewitt , Mason , Mowrystown , Tremont City . PENNSYLVANIA Feb . 4 . Pinegrove Mills . Mnysvillc . Geigertown . Feb . 4-5 . Emporium . Clarington , Dillsburg . Feb . 5 . Sinking Springs . Feb . 5-6 . Port Matilda , Leechburg . Feb . 8-7 , l . ewisburp . Sandy Lake , Genessee . p HI . Feb . 7 , Slatellck . Feb . 7-s . Klysburg . Feb . S . Jackson Center . ! ut ,, •¦&gt; - ville . Feb . 8-9 , Qunrryville . Wellsboro . Sh .-n ilcsville . Jackson Center . Feb . 9 , Grange Hall , Paradise . ¦
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907
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