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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

The Louse Question When your animals rub incessantly at this . ouson of tho year , look out for lice . This Is especially true of calves and colts . To meet this condition Dr . Hess ( M . D ., D . V . 8 . J formulated , the famous Instant Louse Killer , which kills lice on stock and poultry . INSTANT LOUSE KILLER I kills ticks on sheep . It , being a powder , I can be applied In zero weather . Do not wait for warm weather : do not let the tick I est up your prollts ; kill him on the spot I with Instant Louse Killer . Put up In round I cans with perforated top , full pound 25 cte . Sold on n > positive written guarantee . I Be sure of the word Instant on the I can ; there are 25 Imitators . 1 lb . 25 c ( Except In Canada - „ _ - _ { and extreme 3 IDS . 60 c ( West and South . If yonr dealer cannot supply you we will I forward 1 lb . by mail or express , prepaid , I for 35 cents . Manufactured by & DR . HESS & CLARK ^^ Ashland , Ohio . —\ Warranted l...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

We want every reader of this paper to try a Whitcomb Steel Barn Door Latch The Whitcomb is the most convenient latch made . Can be attached to any door , with ease .. No fitting 1 necessary . Holds door open or closed Horses cannot open it . Nothing about it that will catch in the harness . Two large handles enable you to open the door from either side . Strong and durable Enameled finish with galvanized bolt . If your dealer doesn t handle the Whitcom b . send 40 c to pay express charges and we will send you one latch free . ALBANY HARDWARE SPECIALTY 88 .. Box 108 Albany . Wisconsin . | ristuici and ^ «^ a ^^ iPoiijMta H Any person , however Inoxperlonced , Wl can readily euro cither disease with ^ H Fleming s ^^ ¦ 1 I Fistula and Poll Evil Cure m M I —even bad old cuace thnt skilled ductoni I Ini c nbumluncd . Easy and frimple ; no SI cutting ; just a little attention every fifth HI I dny—and your money refunded It It over VI I full * . Cures most enseswithin thirty daya , 1 I lea...

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FEED FOR BREEDING EWES . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

FEED FOR BREEDING EWES . One of our readers asks for feeding standard and rations for ewes wllli lamb . Breeding ewes with lamb should have food with a nutritive ratio of about 1 of protein to 5 . 56 of carbohydrates and fat , according to the Wolff-Lehman standard . This standard allows 2 >{ . lb . of dry matter per day , per 100 lb . of weight . Of this 2 % lb ., 1 . 84 lb . must be digestible nutrients , and of this 1 . 84 lb ., . 29 lb . should be protein , 1 . 5 carbohydrates and . 05 fat . By calculating the amount of moisture or water in the feed , and allowing for it , one can make a balanced ration easily , or a ration balanced near enough for practical purposes . One of our readers says he has only mixed hay—timothy , redtop and clover—corn and oats , to feed his ewes , and asks how to balance them . The answer will explain the above . If your ewes weigh 100 lb . they will require about 2 % lb . dry matter per day . A balanced ration for one day for a 100lb . ew...

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THE SHEEP INDUSTRY IN KNOX AND MORROW CO'S ., OHIO . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

THE SHEEP INDUSTRY IN KNOX AND MORROW COS ., OHIO . At the Chesterville , Morrow Co ., independent farmers institute , held the lGth and 17 th of January , tht ? attendance was light on account of the almost impassable state of the roads and the storm of snow and rain that prevailed during nearly all the time . botn days . The foreign speakers were E . P . Snyder of Monroeville , O ., and Mary E . Lee of Westerville , O . The discussion of the sueep topic brought out the greatest interest . The topic , Shall we keep sheep ? answered by E . P . Snyder in the affirmative in a forty-five minute speech , was a matter of interest to the community as evinced by the questions and discussions that followed . The sheep industry was at one time an important feature of this section of the state and many fine flocks of Merinos are still in evidence . Some of the flockmasters suggested that just now , when prices are booming , was not a bad time to of to dispose sheep , especially cull out the u...

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AMERICAN BREEDERS' CON -GRESS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

AMERICAN BREEDERS CONGRESS . The second annual meeting of the American Berkshire Congress will be held at Springfield , 111 ., Feb . 20 and 21 . The program is one of the best we ever saw . It includes about 40 Berkshire authorities in addresses . papers and discussions . It is impossible to give the program entife . The presidents of eight state Berkshire associations will discuss The Berkshire Outlook , and the secretaries of the same associations will discuss Berkshire exhibits at the fairs of 1906 . This , with the opening addresses and an address by Ch . F . Mills , secy of the congress , and papers and addresses by seven others , with accompanying discussions , will occupy the two day sessions on Wednesday , Feb . 20 . In the evening six good papers and addresses are programmed . Thursday forenoon , three addresses on important subjects will be given and discussed . Thursday afternoon the public sale of Berkshires will be held on the fair grounds . The closing session in the e...

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A Telephone Increases Farm Profits . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

A Telephone Increases Farm Profits . Swedish-American Telephone Co ., Chicago , are sending free an 80-page book 11 M I unswers every question about telephones . This book goes Into all details of organizing a company and securing subscribers ; contains models for franchises , constitutions , etc . It Illustrates telephones and parts , switchboards , tools , and all necessary supplies . It contains wiring diagrams and full Instructions when , where , how to build and operate . It teaches how to locate and remedy telephone troubles , etc . Write them all about the objections to and everything In favor of a telephone line In your neighborhood . They have helped hundreds with excellent advice , which organizers have followed successfully with profitable results . Mention The Ohio Farmer .

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

IAffltite m ^ • SP ROOFING PAINT DO YOU USE A ROOFING THAT REQUIRES PAINTING AND COATING ? If so , do you realize that the coating and painting will probably cost as much , if not more , than the first cost of the roof itself ? When you buy a roofing that has to be coated , you must consider the cost of maintenance as well as the first cost . If you do this , you will find The best way out of the difficulty is to buy a roofing that requires no coating , each as Amatite . This Ready Roofing has a special mineral surface which makes painting entirely unnecessary . The first cost of Amatite is the whole cost . After it is once laid on the roof it costs you nothing to keep up . ¦ Furthermore , the price of Amatite in the first place is less than that of almost any other ready roofing . It is by far the lowest priced of the good ready roofings . When you get prices dont forget to count in the cost of putting on paint every year , and you will be sure to come back to Amatite as the cheape...

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1 THE DAIRY j [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

1 THE DAIRY j SELECTING OR JUDGING DAIRY COWS . The average farmer has inherited about all his opinions or notions about , dairy cows . The result is that he judges the value of a cow by the same signs that were used by his forefathers in the dark days long preceding the advent of the agricultural college with its dairy equipment , the agricultural and live stock journals with their dairy departments , and the farmers institutes with their force of trained dairy instructors . Probably the most deceiving of all the special indications of dairy excellence is the udder . Nine men ( or women ) in ten will select the largest uddered cow as the best in the herd , and will point to the cow with the smallest udder as a poor specimen for heavy milk production . The best cow in the writer s herd has the smallest udder , while the one whose large udder surprises everybody is the least valuable cow on the farm . Her udder is meaty and is nearly as large after milking as before . She is really a...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

STOCK INSURANCE . Br . Heas Stock Food insures a healthy condition of both dam and offspring ; It also counteracts the danger of over-feeding . Think of tho vitality given off In milking and the etraln on the system duo to calving . Then you can form some Idea of the necessity for tonics . Block fed for marketarealso over-fed continually and need something t * assist digestion . Professors Winelow , Quitman , Flnlay Dun , and all noted authorities , recommend bltter * tonIea for Improving digestion—Iron for the blood , nitrates forasslstlng nature In throwing off poisonous waata material from the system . Such ingrsdlenta • re Incorporated in DB HESS STOCK TOD The Prescription of Dr . Hess ( M . D ., D . V . 8 . ) . and besides itls Sold on a Written Guarantee . 100 lbs .. 65 . 00 ) Except In Canada 35 lb . Pall ., 81 . 60 f - ^• X 2 S 1 Smaller quantities at * ) West *» d South slight advance . Where Dr . Hess Stock Food differs In p & rtienlar is in tho dose—its small ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

Buy This Way : Try First . Return If Not Satisfied Price lower this year than ever before and we pay frei ght . We are not afraid because for over 40 years Quaker ^ jSHjk city * mjat Muis mmS * have led all others . Ball-bearing , light running , last long , grind ear corn and all grains , singly or mixed . Quaker Cities are made in 8 sizes , 1 to 20 H . P . Everybodys mill . Investigate before buying . Catalog free . Thai . W . Straub Co ., ga ^^^ tg TRY THIS MILL % 10 Days FrGO X s & ku ^ 1 will send any responsible \» S ^ 7 T ^^ r ^ B ^^ farmer one of _\>\_ I DITTO S ., JS ^ Pp Latest Double Cut , ^ jSJaPJ—^ - Triple-Geared i & gjp ^ * Feed Grinders ** On Ten Days Trial—No Money In Advance . If it does not grind at least 20 % more ear-corn or other grain than any other two horse sweep mill made , send It back at my expense . Dont miss this offer . Ball-bearing throughout . Only 10 ft . sweep . Light draft . Grinding rings never touch each other—...

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BETTER MILK FOR THE RETAIL TRADE . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

BETTER MILK FOR THE RETAIL TRADE . There is an increased demand for a first-class article of milk , and dealers and producers who are in the business with views of increasing their output are working into what is known as certified milk . In other words , it is milk that is produced under the supervision of a thoroughly up-to-date milk-handler , and where absolute cleanliness and healthfulness are carefully observed . The stock is looked after once or twice a month by a veterinarian . The milk is drawn from the cows into pails having strainers over the * top so as to prevent any dirt going in . The milk is then taken directly outside the stable and run over an aerator which is filled with ice or very cold water , thereby lowering the temperature of the milk 20 to 30 degs ., almost within ten minutes . It is then placed in cans and set in icecold water , when the temperature is reduced still lower , and where it remains until taken out and put into sterilized bottles . Milk handled i...

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DAIRYING IN WISCONSIN , IOWA AND OREGON . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

DAIRYING IN WISCONSIN , IOWA AND OREGON . The amount of butter manufactured in Wisconsin creameries has increased 60 percent in the last five years , the figures being 55 , 000 , 000 lb . in 1900 , and 88 , 500 , 000 in 1905 . In the same time the output of dairy butter has increased from 25 , 000 , 000 to 34 , 500 , 000 pounds . The creamery product is thus outstripping the dairy make . In Iowa , the dairy commissioner s report shows that the make of butter in the past season increased 10 percent over the year before , totaling 91 , 202 ,- 354 pounds , notwithstanding that over 350 creameries have been closed up within the last four years . Iowa dairymen have found that economy of manufacture demands a make of more than 150 , 000 pounds per creamery , and the average production has increased from 97 , 000 pounds in 1903 to 118 , 000 in 1905 . Wages of buttermakers have increased ? 225 per year in the past five years . The state of Oregon made about $ 28 , 000 , 000 worth of butter ...

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

w ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^ lJ 1 Cream Separator 1 Worth Noting I- [ C ° P ] , . , . „ DAYTON , OHIO , January 1 , 1007 . At the close of onr flcst year 8 work operating under the Hand SepaK ^ rator plan no And tliat our success has bee n fully up to expectations . Rs * WdjM Oue of the main points of doubt with us was the ability to produce a Bsssss * si high grade butter from cream so gathered , but the years demand for our butter and the many high scores we have received has proved that the Hand Separator plan is the best both for creamery and patron . When we decided to enter upon this system wo naturally desired to place the best separator with the farmer , and our previous experience with power machines and with such hand separators as were in our territory had demonstrated to us that the DeLaval was the most satisfactory . While the ¦ QB first cost to the patron may be a little more and our margin of profit i > . less B 3 , n , an > others , cur year s experience ...

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DON'T WORRY ABOUT YOUR HEART TROUBLE . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

DONT WORRY ABOUT YOUR HEART TROUBLE . It inrtt ft * aorlims as you think . Stop worrying and let mo mall yon a box of my Heart Tablets or trial Free of Charge . Show tho formula on the box to any honest physician , and ho will tell you they are pure and harmless and will do you a > world of irood . There is no part of the country from which I connot furnish testimonials of romarkable euros ; cases pronounced Incurable and where all hope had boon abandoned , Here are the symptoms of heart disease : Fluttorinir , Palpitation . t $ kf irfrrDii Heats , . Shortness of BVeatD . Tenderneaa . rTnmbileaa or fain in the loft • Ide , Diuiness , Fainting Spells . Spots boforo the ey . d . Sudden StiirtlrtK in sleep . Nlchtnmro . ilutiRry or Weak Spells , Oppressed Feeling in Chest , Choking Sensation in Throat , Painful to lloon loft Bide , Cold hands or feet , Difficult Broathlng , Dropsy , Swelling of feet or ankles ( one of the suroat signs ) , Neuralgia around heart . Wrlto today...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

ALWAYS mention OHIO FARMER when writing to our advertisers .

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BREEDS OF CATTLE . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

BREEDS OF CATTLE . Different breeds of cattle are esteemed for their respective abilities to produce milk , butter , cheese , and beet . For general farm purposes a general purpose breed is more suitable than the dairy breed . Ail breeds of cattle have been developed by patience tnd centuries of cultivation from the ihl cattle roaming the forests of Eui ope . The breeds developed in mountainous sections are more rugged and . rily . also , smaller than those develiped in level , rich countries . The best breeds of these tor all-round farming purposes are according to my opinion : The Devon , Shorthorn , Red Polls , Polled Durham . Normandies and Siniwenthals . The Devons are an old if not the oldest breed of dairy cattle , and were among the first in America . They are a beautiful red with orange skin . They ilo not give a great quantity of milk , but it is rich and their butter is of high color . The calves are large , fat , and fine for veal . Devon beef is excellent , and when wor...

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A Powerful Disinfectant for the Farm . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

A Powerful Disinfectant for the Farm . What the stock raiser desires , above all else is , to prevent disease—to keep it from becoming contaprious and spreading to unaffected animals on his farm and the farm of his neighbor . It is easier and much cheaper to prevent disease nan to try to cure it . Every farmer will agree that it is wise economv to use a good disinfectant dip regularly , insanitary condition of barns , lots , food and water troughs , in fact , the entire surroundings , breeds diseases which cause an annual loss to stock raisers lhat is simply astounding and which mlirht be prevented if proper conditions were maintained . The value of the stock dip depends upon Its virtue as a thorough disinfectant , so its virtue as a disinfectant depends entirely upon Its purity and strength . A perfect disinfectant must be non-poisonous , non-corrosive and absolutely harmless . It must emulsify in water without leaving a sediment in the bottom of the solution and without throwing a...

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