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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 January 1914

Your Grandfather Read It rt | # « lWlH ,,,, % l | .,. Your Father Read It jP % ) Which Buil s-Eye Are You Aiming At ? Field Crops ? 10 , 000 Bushels From 100 Acres tells you how one man has made a fortune from a run-down farm . Starting from less than you have , very likely , he has made his farm a wonder in the production of com . Thinkwhathismethods—well tellyouwhattheyare—mightdoforyou ! Doctoring Sick Soils is a lesson that will give you a physicians degree to diagnose the ailments of your land and prescribe for its cure . You cant expect soil that is sick to work for you successfully any more than a horse that is off his feed or a hired man who has a fever . You must give it the proper medicine and nurse it—well tell you how . Better Breeds of Corn mean better yields of com and better yields mean more money . The champion com breeder of the country will tell you how he does it , and you have only to follow his example . Beef Cattle ? Replannlng the Stock Farm is one answer to y...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 January 1914

mWM aaderaeath ^* mm ^^ c *^ mcW &^ ^ M —in tbe HHBHB ^ H middle . la ^^^^^^ K ^ Hi ** n ° B^ 3 CR 3 LJ- ^ H oil from y ^* mmySEaf ^ Mm \ start to \ H -mX ( y ^ KfaritL ¦ AT ^ a *\ SS ^^^^ ulSith Ie ^^ S ^^^ ffa ^ J ^ SSZ I work . tooTud gets far better results . Beat evenly ¦ SsKWeo . AuloB ^ MpreratatasfliiM . X-Bey I Brooder also centrally bested . Shipment direct . SSdtorFri . BookNo . » . Wepsy tftTfteight . I X-Ray Incubator Co .. Pes Moines , \ auj LEESLICE KILLER Garmosons , Louse Powder . EM Maker and other Poultry remedies have a successful reputation ot twenty years behind them . They have brought success to thousands of Poultry raisers and will to you . Lee s big New Poultry Book . Reading Symp ; tonu of Disease and ; Poultry Pointers FREE Somali Lee s dealers , or write direct . The Near Maady Lee ^ tatorUarMLUuto ^ tlc hatcher . Write for CATALOGUE . Ml . HIBB <! n-aTSiis « Wfit .. ftwLW . N € k MCltlSeawstSrtSK ^ beM sS ^^ jBl y | Sf i ^ i-TW 3 ...

Publication Title: Better Farming
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 January 1914

UmMmM lam sanding my order foranotbar Rayo . mmmW Tbe retorw from MB ^ Iaat year ebeekmMmW ai apoTar *» ehlaka ttstflwd to prodoee . ^^^ V eUd A sookaasta f rom te lot torn a to IM 0 ^^^ V sack ; moat of the rat I msrkstad as Mian ^^ Vatl endIlbe .. atwsiraraa ^ attaMr lb . Kg . ennnnnnV srfaijtiip , IundtboBayonseAlllleJaetfor M ** a ** 7 ^ n * sm ** hinm tookraryllttlaeCan tint , WMm andIe »« rseoo « mendlttee »« b » drwhoejnnte W B M _» nska mow in tbs bostnesa . —Boa Ban , BB * Wenrt * . Okie . M What the RAYO Hat DON for m Otters-It Will Do for Yw Oat on * svad beat your neighbors hatches and make more money . The Rayo boasts proflts . alaehes expanse , eats out the drudgety . overold-style . lsmp-on-the-sldemachtass . Retrains only 1 filling to hatch . Runs on l gal . ot oil ; others use 5 gals . Runs with little attention ; other * need constant looking after . The Rayo doe * all its work automatically . Hundreds of enerisnesd pooKrymsn wffl bars no other machine . Beatanere ...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 January 1914

•^^ SBBKEDSfu ^ WiM tS ^ B ^ BBiaJsed , raMbre 4 rffte « ptagsge 7 » owls . Sj ^^ MfCaaanolncubatoraattarest prices ; Amer- _ jHp S T ¦ . efliJMiFMiWMflffff VPFILF 8 65 Varieties f AND and Water . Fowls . Farm , ¦ i raised stock , with ones tn season . Mod so tor my vaJusble llluttrateddeVLJ \ b ^ k ^ . % i *\^ ar . 44 Ullll nn Pure 4 » rrtcjWck « ie . drake , geese . WW WIMele . llsVw turkey s * ulBses end herM . stock sad eggs . ^ pp-. ^ h y . »^ .. n , j . aouplp . Boa o . SoMarsrUle , fa . 11 HBWTIII Foultry . Hares . Block and Bggslor • 1 ¦ JMIEIIE * hatching , st reasonable prices . Vsl . my . d «^ catalog free . ltt . ROTB .. * M ( , t * em . r ,, ja liaDlsTTICC pndtry , pigeons , ducks , geese , water e # ¦ aSIEIIEsJ | fowl . Incubuon . Feed and supplies . Cuslosue 4 cents . BMe . artS . ae > Co , D «« . W . W .. IIrkwSoe . Mo . nrnUmmmrntmim • c & . V ^ . jgSS ** aelWcslly aadeccle . lastlcally . « top . p .. sa poaaed cloth . Pitcetjc Jn ^ JTMA ** . ...

Publication Title: Better Farming
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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 January 1914

/ gj > . ~ Write for ( M & A & mtZs . Rettv /< eH | n £ w & That s the name y £ JE £ - ~ aer *?\ of the beautiful wnmR Calendar IF ill 11 <>>« 13 x } 2 Incbts ) U 11 I I Send your name and Mill , address and a 2 c stamp M III ( it pays part of the , jtm * ZL ~ postage ) and well flBffiH send you Free and VBHl postpaid tbU beautifully lilbo- ¦ LfaaaauaV graphed snd perfect rtproducJmBm * tlon of the oil piloting VMSIH Betty . painted especially lor umVEMa as . 1914 calendar Is attached . Hh ^ H Coca-Cola booklet enclosed . ! ¦ Hal THE COCA-COLA CO . ~ JVS » Ota Too 5 re ?« p- -y . No Sand Too D ** p * Ih •• Olympic Forty * JHfh ^ y ^^^^ enipaVtsly equipped , in _ f T m m \ ^ ^ bish-srade electric m ane ^ etsnnnP ^ ar thM deaee oompeatlou . Big M g # enueea wand roomy , llo-lnoh wheel base , run * ammWrnn . p . silent motor . Wide seats , deep * aWasnWcuehlone . Beautifully flnlebed In our own B...

Publication Title: Better Farming
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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 January 1914

Keep Your Hogs Free From Verniln —from lice and parasites of all kinds . They worry the hoge . bring on disease , keep them from getting tat—they est np your profit * . ^ Here is the simplest device yon T ever aaw for keeping hogs clean , mmm healthy and increasing their marM—T ket price . Waggon s Patent I Robbing Post mmm \ filled with solid petroleum dip whteh ^^ B is automatically applied right on the ggggfj Itch when the hog scratches himself . gaggf ) Bum so that a hog ean scratch any ggmmPJ part of hie body . Always on tha job gfg- BJ and it eoata 4 e per head per year to ^^ H keep them free from vermin . • sf ^ P almm Throw Away ^ L ^ mmmm ^ m Tour Dip Tank M ^ mY ^ mY ^ T SaTeTtme , ^ t ggfmPJr Trouble , Money Dont bother with » dip tank or let your hoga get thin and lousy because yon havent the tune to give them a dip . The Patent Rubbing Post catches ( he first nit and kills the growth . Hogs like the Post Tbe smell of tne dip attracts them . You will be delighted . Only ...

Publication Title: Better Farming
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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 January 1914

ggggggggggggggggggfL-ffg ^^^^ Rj ^^^ ^ L ^^• a ^ Bxgaf ^^^^^ Taal R ^ JSS ^ SuSlEkii ^ s WmsW / wtfTiWMTiKTdAm * o bores with V- ^^/ g ^^ fr-K ^^ fw ^ g W -H j BpaTlni ggggfJBlBKtnaaaaaaaaawaBawaW * Splint , mmw ^ Ringbone . afar Bony Growth or Sprain , ean do blmeelf justice V Often these ailments put a horse out of ooinmlsslon Thousands of farmers and horsemen Hare Been keeping their horses sound by using Kendall * Spavin Cure—the old reliable , safe remedy . We have many letters like these to prove It Otis A . Hopkins , East Greenwich , R . I ., writes : I have used Kendalls Spavin Cure for more than K years and flndlt the beat on tbe market Louis Deringer . Olldden , Wla , writssi I hare been using Kendalls Spavin Cure with tbe beatot suooeee . I cured a Tory bad oaae of Sparln on one of my horses and cannotsay too much ln praise of It KENDALLSSpavin Cure keeps the horses worklng ~ -maklng money In the fletainstead ot eatlngtbelr beads off . ltacts qulakly . leares no soars or b...

Publication Title: Better Farming
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
The House of a Thousand Hens [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 January 1914

The House of a Thousand Hens at YesterlaidThe foundation stock . It IheJhises (fqJk ) m (mdJ (ens ^ ^ Mj P^ Gle nn 6 . J^ zyres mm * ^ aewawa ^ H ^^^ M ^^^ « Xf . 1 _ I J * T * t « _ . £ «••« Aft t--AS 1 tst-f \ fll * UfQ 0 _ ____ When anyone starts to talk chickens the audience immediately wants to be shown . Proof is wanted . Where shall we go to find absolute , irrefutable and acknowledged proof that there is profit and pleasure in abundance in poultry farming ? Why , what a question ! To Missouri , of course ; that is where people are shown . Come along , then , to Pacific , Missouri , in Jefferson county and thirty-five miles southwest of the village of St . Louis , and have a little look at Yesterlaid Egg Farms , famous from coast to coast . How did the institution start ? Well , it was this way : Down in Pike County , Missouri , some years ago a boy to be named Rolla C . Lawry opened his eyes on this world . In a few days he managed to convey to his fond parents the informati...

Publication Title: Better Farming
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& % & f & wdj & xatcv ^ ® -ns & fie < Mcisrm [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 January 1914

&amp;amp; % &amp;amp; f &amp;amp; wdj &amp;amp; xatcv ^ ® -ns &amp;amp; fie &amp;lt; Mcisrm PROF . F. S. JACOBY POULTRYMAN (^ ftV ^ S ; THE hen is still considered superior to the artificial incubator as far as the final result is concerned , but the incubator has reached that state in its development which makes it an efficient substitute for the hen . The farmer must CONTROL incubation if he expects to obtain the greatest returns from the farm flock . He must not depend upon the whim of the hen , neither can he afford to spend valuable time during the spring of the year watching a large number of sitting hens . The advantages of the use of incubators on the farm may be summed up as follows : First . An incubator properly handled is an economy of labor . One of medium size , such as ISO eggs , will take the place of ten sitting hens . Second . An incubator is an economy of fuel . In comparing the cost of operating an incubator and a relative number of sittin...

Publication Title: Better Farming
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Producing Vigor in Fowk [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 January 1914

Producing Vigor in Fowk BREEDING FOR EGGS Poultryman in Charge of the Oregon JM- tw periment Station Where the 300 no Egg Hen Was Developed ^ not is egg The increase in prices of eggs is due largely to an increasing appetite for them . There is an increasing consumption of eggs per capita year after year . The consuming public is becoming more and more of the opinion that there is nothing hardly equal to a fresh egg . Two thousand years ago eggs were considered unfit for human food . Today , over a billion dollars worth of eggs are consumed each year by civilized peoples . Twenty-five years ago , eggs sold for about half what they sell for now . In spite of the price , there are far more eggs eaten now than then . Prices get to such a point during the winter season that , when judged in comparison with other foods , the fresh egg is pretty much of a luxury . Still , they are demanded and the farmer is scored because he does not give the chickens better care and feed to make them lay...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
A Glance at the International [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 January 1914

A Glance at the International The greatest show of live stock on the face of the earth—that is the International Live Stock Exposition . The thirteenth annual International was held in its superb special equipment at the Chicago Stock Yards on Nov . 29 to Dec . 6 . Nowhere could one go to see such superlative standards of the various breeds of live stock . This tremendous battle of the breeds requires both fatted animals and breeding stock to complete the complement of its wonderful lessons . They gather here as the court of last resort . The ribbons won in the International arena take precedence over any others which we can award . Here the season s show herds from all over the country converge for the final rating of the . year . It is truly a battle of the breeds and a contest of champions . What then did the visitor at the 1913 International see ? If he was observing he saw more things than a book could tell . They were all practical lessons applicable to his own farm , if he wi...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 January 1914

A Plea For Pure Breds Breeders of mongrel fowls are very apt to feel a dissatisfaction with their scrub flock when looking over the pure-breds at the poultry shows , and feel a des ir e for some t hin g of be tt er quali ty t han the y have at home . The early winter is one of the best seasons of the year to get this good stock of better quality at a reasonable price . Breeders are glad to sell stock then for much less than in the s p rin g , in order to make room and save feed . mm * W GOOD MORNING ! WHAT IS THE PRICE OF EGGS THIS MORNING ? It is rather strange , when one thinks of i t , that the opportunity to get pure-bred s t ock a t a r easonable price is no t m ore of t en t aken advan t a g e of a t t he p resent time . When the breeder has spent years and not inconsiderable money in bringing a flock up to a high grade of perfection , he has something that , s t ric t l y s p eakin g , money does not pay for , yet some people insist that a hen is a hen . In making a plea for ...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
SlVESTOjgg J ^ M * m mWmmm [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 January 1914

SlVESTOjgg J ^ \ M * m \\ mWmmm Wintering the Work Horse The winter care and feeding of the work horse is an important problem on every farm . The chief factor in its solution is to keep on feeding , not overmuch of course , but enough certainly to keep the horses in good condition . Too many farmers are prone to cut the winter feed bill down to the very smallest of items and the horses grow poor and are not in as good condition as when they were on full feed and hard work . The horse should be wintered so as to come to the busy spring season in splendid condition . It is hard enough to start into the strenuous season of work with a little surplus energy to draw on , rather than poor ribs and stiff hides and subdued energy . The horse in winter should not be stall tied all day but should have plenty of exercise . Turned into the well fenced paddock the horses exercise will take care of itself . They should be fed and watered at regular times . The feed need not be large . It is wors...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 January 1914

B ^ Wand yoa WIXI J GET a ^^ Mfli W ^ m M tsOXAXm DEAL . ssalore y ^ m , m ^ t &amp;amp; i ^ P ^^^^ IBHM W ^ I ^^^^ t ^^ -JM Bm 3 SZSLm \ tS ^ mtVi *** M »&amp;lt; rjosth wPiamarkeSU Wl HlesfaW-B ^^ P ar Xaralafig anas , prevents ^ M ^ Stiuaro Doal Fence 1 especially strong- where other * are weafc . | SeetbeonepieceTetay wiresthat prevent sag- g SJngJbsSEng and buokllng-aave . posts , time K aB . SftroofteTr . ee the ) wary . strand wlrea . that &amp;amp; Ui *^ f *^ s ^^^ . pr ^ i ^^ 4 m ^^^^ i ^^^^^ ^^ Kfllk nsTinillE STEEL A WIIE CO . Mm ¦ nHKs ^ MMa « ., Ma , ttL ^ fllP ¦ TTFARM FENCE a 4- - 4 + 1 INCHES HIQHfif | - | ¦ _ ~ L _ . J 100 other atyles of M I m ? T T Farm , Poultry and •¦ s ¦ &amp;gt; -+-- } Lawn Fencing direct CENTS ii : i- ^^ ftf ^ ra ^ t X ! Z 3 » ar 8 e cataios i » free . 1- ^—J sBa ^ ± aHa PIST . attM BMg . Bw nttoKtil liiiiisp HT « w \^ l 3 ^* lltarts Psr M •&amp;gt; ak \ wdSiW ^ s ^^^ m ^ MMM ^ s isaT Bes » seasal l BT B ll ^ ^ * ll * 1 ? ...

Publication Title: Better Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Better Farming — 1 January 1914

IDont Shoot Dollars 1 IInto the Strawstack Im SAVE the grain . You worked Ul || flU ) hard to prepare the soil—to plant— § m [((([ to harvest . You wouldnt spill grain lull out of a sack or throw lt out of a bin Hm —why let It go into the stack ? lllll I Hire a I 1 Red River Special 1 K Saves the Fawner s Thresh Bill lllll flUI Most all threshers depend upon grain ^ S lllll t 0 arP out &amp;gt; The Red River Special ma me beats it out 11111 m \ The Big Cylinder throws the straw , ||| l | chaff and grata against theMan Be- I 1 LU mil hind the Gun . This takes out 90 % ot Hill the grain . The grain goes through— LUU the strawgoes over , then shakers tazf MB ^ B the straw . Hill Insist upon hiring a Red River Spe- | JJJ | H | H Write us for Thf esher Facts — H IMIJ mailed free . H | ¦ I Nlehele St Shepwrd Company mil H On continuous business sines ISM ) ||)|| WB Builders of Threshers , Feeders . Wind UUJ U ] H Stackers , Steam Engines snd BB IUII Gas-Oil Tractors H IH Battle Creek ...

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