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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 October 1906

A Large Colored Wall Map of Your Own We will send you the Breeder s Gazette one year ( price $ 2 . 00 ) , THE NATIONAL MONTHLY FARM PRESS one year and a large colored wall . map of your own State , all three for $ 2 . 00 , just the price of the Breeder s Gazette alone . This is a rare bargain and the most valuable offer that we have been able to make in many months . These papers are both widely known and read and each is an authority , and the map is complete and up-to-date and just what you need in your home . Order today , and address The National Monthly Farm Press 198 Fifth Avenue , CHICAGO State FREE / . . . . . . . ¦/ . . ¦ -- ¦ -- ¦ — l --A—1------ ^— -----

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
^ OVEIBEI / [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1906

^ OVEIBEI / This paper was formerly the Farm , Field and Fireside of Chicago , and published weekly . The name has been changed , because there is another farm paper with a similar name , and they used the name first , and more , we do not want to be like other farm papers . The size was changed so we could get more in the paper , and give the subscriber better value for his money . Tell us how you like it . • Silence often is mistaken for an indication of wisdom . The man who does not need credi . gets it thrust upon him . Have you built that shed for the manure spreader ? Poverty is no disgrace , but it is sometimes decidedly inconvenient . Those who have health need not have poverty . A sure way to make money is to thoroughly understand the business of farming , then attend to it all the time . Have you tried some of the newer kinds of spring milk scales built especially to weig h individual messes ? They are eye openers in regard to quantity . Waste not , want not , is a splendi...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1906

[^ NATIONAL JJ ] j }^ NmY PUBLISHED MONTH-. ! BY FARM PRESS PUBLISHING CO . 198 FIFTH ATE-TO E CnioAGO , III . SUBSCR-PTIOH PRICE One Tear 25 Cents _ lj > p . i _ -t- < on made for entry as second class matter at the Postoffloe at Chicago , Illinois . Tha above rate includes the payment of postage by us . AH subscriptions commence witb the issue on press when tbe order Is received . Wlien renewing ; your subscription , do not fall to » ay it is a renewal . If all our subscribers will do tbls a great deal of trouble will be _ avoided . Also give your name and initials just as now on the yellow address label ; dont change U lo | some other member ofthe family ; If the paper ts now i coming tn your wife s name , sign her name , just as ills . on the label , to your letter of renewal . Discontinuance ! .. —Subscribers wishing tbelr paper discontinued should write us to tbat effect i ana pay up all tbeir arrearages . If tbls is not done , it Is assumed that tbe subs...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
CURRENT EVENTS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1906

CURRENT EVENTS . THE Anti-Child Labor League of New York is engaged in trying to mitigate the evils of child labor . Most of the states have laws reg- , ulating the age of factory workers . In some states children under sixteen inust ^ ntrk-tta pTnnlnfl ^ . 1 —! # -OS • . fc-JjS-avc S ^ jjgj-J ^ j ai 4 , _ w « r __ , ,-certificates . There is no law in any state , so far as we know , that prevents children of any age from working for their parents . It would probably be impossible to enforce such a law and it would not be necessary or thought of only on account of the sweat-shop evil . Clothing manufacturers have long encouraged sweat-shop methods because they can get work done cheaper in this way and it saves them factory rent . The miserable pittance paid for such work is arousing the sympathy of all right-minded citizens who are familiar with present conditions . Poor children in the crowded sections of large cities are to be pitied . Their lot often is a hard one . A little work...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Farm Press Comment . • _ [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1906

Farm Press Comment . • _ THE resistance being offered , by some of the teamsters of Chicago to * the city ordinance requiring wide tires of a certain standard for given loads is unusual . Wide tires and the laws passed requiring their use has been looked upon everywhere as progressive . An organized resistance is on foot brought about by the arrest of a score or more for violating the ordinance . The organization had the effrontery to apply to a justiSe for an injunction restraining city officials and others from enforcing this statute . WINTER DAIRYING . The advantages of winter dairying in certain sections of the country are considerable . The Northwestern Agriculturist comments on winter dairying as follows : Winter dairying ia each year growing In favor with farmers . They have found that the cost of keeping a winter milker ls very little more than of keeping a cow that is to calve in the spring . The cows ln the summer-milked dairy will be drying off in November and hy December...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1906

Barn Plans Wanted . We want plans of large and small barns , not necessarily drawn totscale , but rough sketches which clearly give the idea that the writer has in mind . We will give $ 3 . 00 for the best plan and $ _ .. oo for the second best , and will publish the plans together with the pictures of the winners . A good • small barn plan is just as likely to win a prize as a large , one . Utility and adaptability to the purpose will be taken into consideration and the awards made accordingly . The plans should be submitted before the first of December . Address FARM PRESS , Chicago , Ills .

Publication Title: Farm Press
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1906

CUTAWAY TOOLS . ______» CLARKS REVERSIBLE JKj § b |^» BUSH AND BOO PLOW fiSaJMB _ jBMB _ S 8 L . Outs a track 5 ft . wide , _ -L « -9 _ - _^ . (^ 3- % V Harrow keeps land true , ^ Ttaggjraj U . VJaV moves 1800 tons of earth , V »— SLV . * JB ^ * outs 80 acres per day . CLARKS DOUBLE ACTION 8-FOOT CUTAWAY NO MORE USE FOR PLOW A gaT Els Key . Disk Plow cats a ¦ | -ffc | lfi ^ . furrow 6 to 10 ln . dee _> , U In . S ^ mmsaaaamaaMMam 1 rtde - A H Clark s machines # niSlB 3 HK _ r > w 111 klu witch-grass , wild f lM _ -ll _ i __ lnBl mustard , charlock , hardI ~ i _ l _____ pW _ f hack , sunflower , mllk weed , X . / Jr ~ _ Ur ¦ taltOa or any foul plant . ^«*_^ Send for circulars to the CUTAWAY HARROW C 0 .. HIG 6 ANUM , CONN .

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
AMERICAN FRUIT XN EUROPE . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1906

AMERICAN FRUIT XN EUROPE . Consul John C . Covert , of Lyons , calls attention to conditions in tho European fruit market , emphasizing the fact that the situation in Franco and England is favorable to America . He writes : The , Journal dAgriculture , an organ of the agricultural interests of France , recently contained an article on the increasing importance of fruit culture in Franco and tho danger from American competition . It set forth that it was imperatively necessary to find new markets for the increased production , unless the dealers were prepared to accept very low prices for their surplus products . I translate a part of the article : It ls especially necessary to take steps to meet the growing American competition which Is developing In England . The Americana , whose enterprising genius is well known , have planted vast fruit farms and are now striving to unload their surplus in Europe , especially in England . For a number of years the market had been largely supplie...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
FARM PRESS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1906

FARM PRESS . When talking to your neighbors say a good word for Farm Press . We are working every day to benefit you ; wont you just return the compliment i by telling your friends that you ap preciate what we are doing . Tell them about the interesting condensed summary of the important happenings of the month , things that everyone should know . Tell them that these subjects are treated accurately and in as few words as possible to convey the meaning . Mention the Farm Press comment on what other farm papers think of the principal subjects pertaining to the business of the farm . These are selected very carefully from the best farm publications in tho United States , Canada , England and Australia . You might also refer to the woman s department and the interesting stories for children . Say that the paper is clean and honest .

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
SCHOOL CHILDREN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1906

SCHOOL CHILDREN An examination of the teeth of 1 , 020 school children in Hochheide , Germany , 482 boys and 538 girls , a very poor showing was found . The boys had 12 , 826 defective teeth and 2 , 116 sound ones . The girls had worse teeth than the boys . Only sixteen girls had perfects sets of teeth , all of which goes to show that children in Germany require attention in this respect as well as children in this country . A great deal of neglect follows along year after year , and it is too bad that it is so . It may bo necessary to have the government look after such things in the United States .

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
_ A GREAT BOOK AND LIBERAI OFFER . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1906

_ A GREAT BOOK AND LIBERAI OFFER . _ Pioneers of Progress , by T . A . Bland , is one of the most brilliant and popular books of the season . It is really a condensed history of the progress of tho past century , written in a delightfully entertaining style . We enjoyed it greatly and can heartily recommend it to our readers . The editor of that great magazine , The Arena , in a review of this book , says : • This volume contains biographical sketches of thirty-two eminent persons whom the author has personally known , and each of whom has represented in lNa-jMafa * a _ ijii _ i __^_____ - _ been a positive factor in the great forward movements of the nineteenth cen tury . The sketches abound in interesting anecdotes , introduced for the purpose of illuminating the characteristics of the subject in hand . The rich fund of stories and illustrative anecdotes give peculiar interest to the pages—so much so that we doubt if one reader in a score who commences to read one of the sketches ...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1906

Cheap Excursion South On first and third Tuesday of each month the Big Four Railway will sell excursion tickets to most all points in Virginia , North and South Carolina , Tennessee , Alabama and Georgia , at rate of one fare plus $ 2 . 00 with return limit 30 days . Liberal stopover privileges . Write I . P . Spining , General Northern Agent , Big Four Route , 238 Clark St ., Chicago , for further information .

Publication Title: Farm Press
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1906

DUPLEX j ^ m & £ -Plkvi-. f-ms .-. ClCi WA tte DEALERS 1-fl- ^ - ^ - ^ -H ^ nnstmas L » irt J _ jj 70 % ra 2 ___ - _^ PV __^_ r Factory to any ilAwSaammWAn ^^ i ORDER EARLY . PREPAID jmaMBMMmkmW ^^ am ^ M An Entirely New Principle ^ ^ ^ S ^ i !*! rS ^^^ PS ^^^ sg ^ -S ^ f £ LM I ~ Tw ( , - * i Tlbra h 8 dl P hraems to reDonble Volume of Sound . —» HE Dupl . x ls the first and the only phonograph rat-in }? n » -t , ll »» the best old style phonograph , ¦ I to collect the vibrations andgetfall theliounS Wt-ft i _ -, S t . < $ ce atourasvensa . Thafeafa-. ofter from bom aides of the diaphragm . wi-l !? - ™ 11 . .- _ , Boca ... the reproducer or sound box of the Du . ™ . fi e ™? iV ?? . p ? 1 e „ exa f ly ,. £ ? - ls-because plex-ma two vibrating diaphragms and two horns teil ™ ™ nS . * J 1 Jobbers , middlemen s and ( as you see ) to amplify the sound from both eldm ? obbl ? a-2 £ rt f _ ii ^ e A e •< <•*> m . nuf . ot . r . r .-no...

Publication Title: Farm Press
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Dairy and Live Stock . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1906

Dairy and Live Stock . THE OBEAM SEPARATOR . By H . A . Franklin . T HERE is a good deal of poor butter on tbe market , and certain buyers are in the habit of laying the blame on the cream separator . While some of the poor butter madp . has come through cream separators , thc blame should not be laid to the machine . It is the fault of the operator nine times out of ten . When separators were not so common a good many enthusiastic agents , in their anxiety to make sales , misled farmers in regard to the necessity of keeping thom clean . It is just as necessary and just as important to wash the separator parts as it is to wash milk cans , strainers or anything else in connection with the dairy . It is impossible to make good butter with a dirty separator . Any farmer owning five cows or more should have a separator , but it will do no good unless they learn how to run it . A ; good separator properly managed will pay for itself in a few months time m the saving ot cream alone , beca...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1906

mA ^^^ mA ^^ m ^ M ^ l ^^^^^ mmmmmB ^^^ mAma - \ 1 MILK CAMS ROBjf HI Look [ through a microscope at mllk IB Bn aet to cream in pane or cans andyonUlH Bl see how they rob yon . Youll see the IH mt oaselne—the cheese part-forming a IB ml spidery web all through the mllk . 1 H . Hi IOUU see this web ( Trowing thicker MM HA and thicker until lt forma solid curd . Im HI How can you expect all the cream to IM ml rl . u . ir < uKli that ? IX cant . ThUlH __ Hf ast-s ™ j . jr _ B _ pgJ—aE—BMB—B _ IBW—I — a ¦¦__ aI ____ I K & L _ 53 _| H ^^^^^^^^^ B ^^^^^ Q ^ H ^^ HB IMa HI oaselne web oatohes a third to half the /¦ Bl cream . Ton stand that loss Just as . IH Bl long as yon use pans or cans for they IH ¦ I havent enough skimming force to 1 H HI take ont all the cream . Bnt , Jnst the IH HI mlnnte yon commence using Sharpies Im HI Dairy Tubular Oream Separator , you fH HV stop that loss . - B \ Hi Sharpies Dairy Tubular Oream lH ¦ i Separators have 10 , 000 times more ...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1906

SEAKS . ROEBUCK 4 COMPANY , the great Mail Order House of Ohicago , have just issued their new Fall and Winter Catalogue , the largest and most interesting General Merchandise Catalogue ever printed , and theyare willing to send it free to anyone who will write for it . This great concern now advises us that they are handling nil orders with wonderful speed since they are entirely located in their mammoth 40-acre plantand are rilling and dispatchingtuo thousands of orders they receive daily in about onehalf the time they formerly required and are setting a new standard for good service in the mail order world . With this firm s wonderful facilities in their new plant , with the marvelous values as shown by the low prices and high quality of tho merchandise in their latest free catalogue , with tho liberal Protit Sharing Plan whiohtheyinaintnin , whereby theygive their customers a large shareof tho protitsof the business , giving away an endless variety of valuable merchandise absolu...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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