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Page 31 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

Watches at Wholesale No matter what you want In Elgin or Wultham watches In Boss . Crown or Silveroid cases , we can furnish It al a lower price than you can get anywhere else . We do not handle the cheap . Inferior grades- of cases or movements as they are not worth buying at any price , and tire always the most expensive in the end . WE GUARANTEE every movement to be exactly as represented , mechanically perfect , and reliable CI nekeepers and will make b i any defects , not caused by accidental Injury . JAS . BOSS 25-YEAR CASES are genuine gold-filled , guaranteed by the manufacturers . The K .-ys .,: > Watch > \ -tse Co .. lo wear for 25 years , and will lie replaced free at any time during the 26 years If they prove defective . Jas . Boss . 20-year Cases are the tame except guaranteed to wear for 20 years . CROWN 20-YEAR CASES are ihe best gold-filled , medium grade cases , made , anil are guaranteed to wear for 20 years or replaced free if defective . SIL...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
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Page 32 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 February 1907

THESE ARTICLES FREE TO OUR CUSTOMERS If you have ever sent an order to Sears , Roebuck & Co . you may be entitled to receive from them , FREE OF ANY COST TO YOU of anv kind , one or more of the valuable articles illustrated hereon , this by reason of our LATEST REVISED AND MOST LIBERAL PROFIT SHARING PLAN , far more Uberal than ever before READ OUR LIBERAL OFFER , OUR NEW REVISED $ 25 . 00 PROFIT SHARING PLAN OS sffLsia SBS ^ mHm ^ Bggy jMSinss TS , T: ZT :: ™ : ! S^^ s » ss & s ^^ exoliaiiKeJor your K 5 . 00 In Prolll Sliarlng Cert incites , your choice or any MAN I ASIUOLtd secure . ™ nn » S » i i 1 ? m Si ! V ^ ni ^™? r n ^ NHfwllWH ^ & co . r ^ n ,, m ^ We elsewhere , but tl . oy-get a Prullt sliiirlnK Ccrtlilr . ilo for Uio full all explained In our free front . Sliarlire Book . Possibly vol iiireilv ? ionm ? . ?™ ,. ™ form J A . ™ MrTJrPKai . in ^ tS ? 81 ?! 0 ^ i 00 w amount o > each purchase , and now for tiio nrst time they can...

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EVEN WORSE THAN WE > THOUGHT . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

EVEN WORSE THAN WE > THOUGHT . Result of Taking Depositions by The Ohio Farmer in the Case Broug ^«; ^ ainst It by the Farmers Co-operative Harvesting Machine Company , for Li . In our issue of Oct . 20 , 1906 , we published an editorial article stating that we had received a large number of letters from our readers asking our advice concerning their investing in the stock of the Farmers Co-operative Harvesting Machine Co ., of Springfield . O ., which concern had agents gc - ing about the country selling stock . In that article we said that it seemed clearly our duty to state that what information we have about this concern or scheme is unfavorable and we can not recommend it to our readers . We stated further that the management of the company did not seem to be along safe and conservative lines , from a business standpoint . In our issue of Nov . 24 , an editorial article stated that letters had been re ceived from William N . Whitely demanding that we publish a retrac...

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Petition for Amendment of Untaxed Alcohol Law [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

Petition for Amendment of Untaxed Alcohol Law lO the HONORABLE SENATE OF THE UNITED . STATES . Washington , D . C . , The undorsignod respectfully urge the puactnieut of legislation amending the laws governing tno distillation or alcohol . So as to permit tanners or other persona wishing to produce alcohol on a small scale to distill it in suitable locked stills , and to have it denatured without the expense of a denaturing bonded warehouse ; and authorizing the Commissioner of Internal Revouuo to prescribe regulations permitting the transportation of denatured alcohol in tank cars . 1 he purpose , of the desired legislation is to reduce the cost of denatured alcohol by giving greater facilities for its production and distribution . Under the present laws relating to this subject , alcohol intended to be denatured and sold without payment of internal revenue tax , must be produced under the same conditions as distilled beverage spirits . These conditions tend to limit the production...

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GROWING TURNIPS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

GROWING TURNIPS . Turnips grow best on a low , flnfi , rich and well-drained soil . The ground should be plowed in the spring the same as for other spring crops . Stir the soil well and keep it smooth and free from weeds until about the middle of August . Harrow up well and mark in rows about 15 inches apart and drill in enough seed to insure a good stand . Press the seed rows down well with a heavy wheel or by tramping and then rake smooth again . This method of preparing the ground will give the turnips the start of the weeds so they can be kept clean with a wheel hoe . We usually wait until the turnips are about two inches high and then clean out between the rows with a blade hoe . As soon as the weeds have dried up we clean out the rows and thin the plants to about six or eight inches apart . The crop should be kept clean , of course , but we usually find that this one thorough weeding is sufficient . We prefer the pur-ple-topped , white-fleshed sorts , either flat or globular ....

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

Ohio Farmer Readers are Offered An Exceptional Opportunity TO PLACE IN YOUR HOMES THE WORLD-FAMED PUBLICATION Ridpath s History of the World Brand new , latest edition , brought down to date , Including Peace Treaty of the Russo-Japan War , beautifully bound in Half -Morocco . We are selling them At LESS than even DAMAGED SETS were ever sold We will name our price only in direct letters to those sending the coupon below . Tear off the coupon , write name and address plainly , and mail now before you forget It . Dont delay as there are but a few sets remaining . Dr . Ridpath is dead , his work is done , but his family derive an income from History , and to print our price broadcast for the sake of more quickly selling these few sets would cause great Injury to future sales . ^ EgJaCTJ ^ a ^^ El ^^ Blw ^ fc ^ SflBi ^ filM ^ ^^ K KBsSSS . 3 Bjj ^ MS $ im RIDPATH takes you hack to the dawn of history , long before the Pyra- I mids of Egypt were built : down through ihe romantic , troubl...

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Barnyard Manure [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

Barnyard Manure Best Methods of Handling , Applying , etc . Farmers generally understand that where manure is exposed to the weather , or where it is piled in heaps and allowed to stand , more or less loss results . But how great this loss may be is as yet not fully appreciated . Years ago Dr . Voelcker , chemist to the Royal Agricultural Society of England , showed that when manure was thrown into an open barnyard and allowed to lie for a few months it lost from half to two-thirds of its total fertilizing value . That is , for every ton of actual manure hauled out of the barnyard two or three tons were thrown into it . This work has been confirmed in the laboratories of the Cornell University and Ohio State Experiment Stations . These laboratory tests have been supplemented by field tests at the Ohio Station which have now been going on for 10 years , and which show the following average increase from the two kinds of manure , the manure being applied at the rate of eight tons per ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

Wj * . : v ? -v \\___ [ $ - ^ t £ ^ t ^ T / veB THE ONLY PERMANENT ROOFING WITH A PERMANENT COLOR SUITABLE FOR BUILDINGS OF EVERY KIND . Consider what it means to have a water-prool and ornamental roof which does not require painting . Color absolutely guaranteed ( or five years . Write lor samples and prices . The Standard Paint Company , SOLE MANUFACTURERS , GENERAL OFFICES i 100 WILLIAM ST ., N . Y . | » 5 IBANK BV MAIL Iwith this well-known bank of established reputation and immense resources , and your money will earn 4 Percent ^ INTEREST Wm f and be available at all times . XEbe (Elevelanb XErust Company ( Savings Bank ) , CLEVELAND , OHIO Capital , - - $ 2 , 500 , 000 . 00 Surplus , - - - $ 2 , 500 , 000 . 00 66 , 000 Depositors . Send for free booklet I , giving full information . r &* Let Us Send You ^ Our Book . about Rood whpcln ami good wagons that will sare you a lot of work and make you a Jot of money —the ELECTRIC STEEL WHEELS and the ELECTRIC HANDY WAGON ...

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[ LIVE STOCK 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

[ LIVE STOCK 1 THE DRAFT HORSE . WILL IT PAY THE AVERAGE FARMER TO KEEP PUBE-BRED DRAFT MARES ? ( Paper by W . J . Kennedy , Iowa Agricultural College , read before the Iowa State Farmers Institute . ) There is a peculiar pleasure always in helping some industry at a time when you feel sure that there is a bright future before the same . Some of you may be thinking that the business of producing draft horses has seen Its best days , and that a reaction is close at hand . You may be right in your convictions . Time alone will tell the tale . There does not appear to be any sane reason for believing that the horse industry has not a bright future . To all appearances about the only thing that can injure the demand for good horses in the near future would be a depression in all lines of business . For several years the demand for good draft horses has been unusually good . Each succeeding year has been a trifle better than its predecessor , until at the present time high-class draft ho...

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THOUSANDS HAVE KIDNEY TROUBLE AND DON'T KNOW IT . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

THOUSANDS HAVE KIDNEY TROUBLE AND DONT KNOW IT . To Prove What Swamp-Root , the Great Kidney Remedy , Will Do for YOU . Every Reader of The Ohio Farmer May Have a Sample Bottle Sent Free by Mail . Weak and unhealthy kidneys are responsible for more sickness and suffering than any other disease , therefore , when through neglect or other causes , kidney trouble Is permitted to continue , many fatal results are sure to follow . Your other organs may need attention—but your kidneys most , because they do most and should have attention first . If you are sick or feel badly , begin taking Dr . Kilmer s Swamp-Root , the great kidney , liver and bladder remedy , because as soon as your kidneys begin to get better they will help all the other organs to health . A trial will convince any one . The mild and immediate effect of Dr . Kilmer s Swamp-Root , the great kidney and bladder remedy , is soon realized . It stands the highest because its remarkable curative power has been proven in thous...

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DO OLD EWES PAY ? [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

DO OLD EWES PAY ? I have read several articles In The Ohio Parmer condemning the old ewe , hut find in my experience that a small flock of old ewes can he kept with profit . Owing to the scarcity and high price of young ewes , not every farm-

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

The La Fayctto Stock Farm j Mtmmm J . CROUCH & SON , Prop rs , LA FAYETTE , IND . ¦ HH . « % M ^ k . ytik . , 0 l , r sweeping victory at nil the leading Live Stock ttmEmaWS . / jSjKeV allows all over the United siutrs Is the f the tmV ^ l iX M 0 asW > class of norsos that we handle . At the late International , E » jfi *? *; M ^ • Greatest Live Stock Show hi the world , we won 21 ili » t ^ aa >^ IIMKl 4 AjLr « Mte . prizes and 12 seconds . Including 3 championships . mtaff ^ ra , „ * Horses are nil fresh Imported Horses . on which wo will put a gilt-edged guarantee that they must be good W . fKmJmr ML Jkm- ¦ breeders . They are personally selected and purchased by «?—^»> PiH | p ^ B »^^ mj one of the members of our Arm direct from the breeders li / m ¦ aMr U In Europe . Our facilities for purchasing and handling WW KBIT n stallions are equalled by no other importer , and thus we I W I ___» ,-Vn | fw . __ fS R , re e abed to handle higher...

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FEEDING PREGNANT EWES . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

FEEDING PREGNANT EWES . The feeding of pregnant ewes during the winter months is of vital importance in directing ultimate results at parturition . If there is a mistake made that is more prevalent than another , in the management of the ewe flock by the larger majority of flockmasters , it is insufficient attention to essential details important to both parent and unborn progeny during the period of pregnancy . Not infrequently flockmasters are confronted with serious perplexing problems at the critical period of parturition and because of insufficient evidence to determine cause , are unable to rectify their difficulty . A large number of flockmasters still adhere to the impression that difficulty at parturition is brought about from some immediate cause , while in reality the foundation might have been laid several months previous . Such troubles as generally accompany difficult parturition , or feeble progeny at birth , are invariably deeper-seated than local cause and therefore...

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LAMENESS . —NO . 3 . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

LAMENESS . —NO . 3 . Another very common cause of lameness is foot punctures , and strange to say , nearly every horse shoer in this country , and I might say all over the world , invariably treats wounds of this kind wrong . Horse shoers , and I might say stock men , almost invariably remove the shoe , cut out the foot with a dirty knife , pour turpentine into wound , and either have the shoe re-set or return him to a dirty stable , the floor being covered with filth . Can you call to mind a better way to ruin a valuable horse ? In these days of antiseptic surgery , every reader of this paper must know how medical practitioners treat wounds . You all know how extremely careful physicians are to have clean surroundings , use clean , sterilized instruments when operating , and to keep all dirt and microbic germs out of wounds . What respect would you have for your family physician if you called him to treat a nail puncture on you , if he used no cleanliness , and poured turpentine in...

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