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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907

B.&B. blackgoods Several large lots splendid Black Goodsgood serviceable Goods with lots of body—goods that will make up rich and dressy , specially priced . Imported French Cheviot Suiting or Skirt Cheviot—56 inches wide—regular $ 2 . 00 goods , $ 1 . 25 a yard . $ 3 . 00 goods , $ 1 . 50 a yard . American all-wool Venetian , 54 inches wide- —65 c a yard . All-wool Dress Cheviots—51 inches wide---75 c a yard . All-wool Broadcloth—54 inches wide—regular $ 1 . 50 Goods , $ 1 . 00 a yard . BOCCS & BUHL DEPT . 18 , ALLEGHENY , PA .

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1 HORTICULTURE J [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907

1 HORTICULTURE J ADAMS COUNTY FRUIT GROWERS CONVENTION . Adams Co ., Pa ., has one of the largest , strongest and most active county fruit growers associations in the United States , even comparing favorably with many state organizations . Their annual convention was held Dec . 12 to 14 and a corps of able Instructors was present . Insects and Spraying . —Prof . Shear of the Bureau of Entomology , Washington , D . C , paid particular attention to spraying for orchard pests . He advocated thorough and frequent spraying . In using Bordeaux mixture he claimed many failed because the mixture was not properly prepared . Lime and copper sulphate should be separately dissolved in the full amount of water to be used and after straining should be united in a third vessel or spray tank either by pouring with buckets or by pipes—a like quantity of each solution should be simultaneously united . He emphasized the fact that if a bucket full of one solution be added to the full amount of the othe...

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The Farmer's Wife [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907

The Farmers Wife Is very careful about her churn . She scalds it thoroughly after using , and gives It a sun bath to sweeten It . She knows that if her churn is sour it will taint the butter that is made in It . The stomach is a churn . In the stomach and digestive and nutritive tracts are performed processes which are almost exactly like the churning of butter . Is it not apparent then that if this stomach-churn is foul it makes foul all which Is put into it ? The evil of a foul stomach Is not alone the bad taste in the mouth and the foul breath caused by it , but tho corruption of the pure current of blood and the dissemination of disease throughout the body . Dr . Pierces Goldon Medical Discovery makes the sour and foul stomach sweet . It does for tho stomach what the washing and sun bath do for the churn—absolutely removes every tainting or corrupting element . In this way it cures blotch . s , pimples , eruptions , scrofulous swellings , sores , or open eating ulcers and all hu...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907

Dear Reader—If you anticipate planting any FRUIT TREES or SMALL FRUIT PLANTS write to MARTIN WAHL , Nurseryman . Rochester , N . Y .. for his latest catalog and Special Offer . 20-30 Percent Disc . on Early Orders . Every reader of The Ohio Farmer should secure this catalog and liberal offer at once . A postal to him will bring it to you by return mail . The

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907

I ^ £ ^ £ | L Best Strawberries ( w **&!** $ * growfrom F . irmrr s plants . InlroIiictT ot IwKffiVWyfl Oswego otniwbi * rry and Plum Farmer I WlfgflS raspberry . Fru . tp ! ants , allkinds . Catalog bc ^ j / fr fr 1 - *¦ . J . Farmer , Box 718 , Pulaski . H . Y . K gentsWanted to sell our famous hardy norJ » - sery stock , including Burbanks wonderful Stonelcsa Plum—Miracle . Cash weekly . Steady position . Washington Nursery Co .. Detroit . Mich .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907

ftn VARIETIES STRAWBERRY PLANTS— $ 2 per • 1060 and up . Send postal card today for 1907 catalog . A full line of email fruit plants . H . W . HKNRY , La Porte , Indiana . A DPI F A paao U TREES Chea ^ -1 * TAI , 0 « KUKB ArrLC tt reaCTl KI-. II .-M i-. id . s ,. i ,, me ,. w „„ ... i . MITCHELL , * S NURSERY . Beverly , Ohio .

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907

MapleSugarMakers j.NOW Ai WJMMMM \& IS THE TIME to fit up for r-uj , nrine . Tf |» - —_ „^_ you want the beat and ~~* H L £ - himdlest Evaporator on m ^ the market , buy the I . X . L . Write us for catalog and prices- Mention Ohio Farmer . Warren Evaporator Works , Warren tO . OUR SEEDS , PLANTS , Roses , Bulbs , Vines , Shrubs , ~ zr * J JJJ FRUIT AND ORNAMENT- ^** 4 M 64 // MZ :: ~ A , J TREES have been the ^ £ BffA £ QK ? AftfM & £ ^ r standard of excellence for / 3 r *^^ JIfffllliJ \ Z ovur half a century . You Jr ^^ S & ftl \ W / U 2 Zr- i ; ikii no chances in buying of y ^^ CyKtw V ^ fflf r ^ - P ^ L u-1- s no taint prices urn ¦ £ ^? -y \ il \ VVi ^^ vVV ^ quoted onhighquality goods . ^ SBw */? y \ J /^^ The best are always most satHHiwUr \ Jfdt & M ± . isfactory in results . Wo JIj if If -- ^ Vf ZrtiV ^ Ji m ii II postpaid , Seeds , Rosea , TJICL 1 1 lYr Vlonta , Bulbs , Vines , ii .., T ^ and * »» - * t * 0 ** fe arrival » - ¦...

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HOW TO FERTILIZE [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907

HOW TO FERTILIZE Every farmer knows that plants need Food as much as cattle . He knows , too , that plants can not get all the Food they need out of the ground alone . He must supply them with certain Foods himself , or they will not thrive and bear their full yield of fruit . Exactly as he supplies hay and oats to his horse so he must supply Nitrogen , potash and phosphate to his plants . He may buy these in the open market exactly as he does his hay or his oats , or he can buy them in combination in the form of a complete fertilizer . There is no secret value in the complete fertilizer , it Is nothing more nor less than the three ingredients combined and sold at a higher price . Of the three . Nitrogen is by far the most expensive . and it will pay the farmer well to stop and think before he buys it in this combination form . The Best and Cheapest Ammoniate . The cheapest and most practical form in which to furnish nitrogen to plants is Nitrate of Soda . In the rainless region of ...

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The Purpose of the Nitrate Propaganda . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907

The Purpose of the Nitrate Propaganda . Free books , bulletins and all desired information are promptly forwarded to farmers interested . Most farmers of the United States have seen Nitrate of Soda advertisements and thousands have written in answer to them for free books . No Nitrate is sold by the Nitrate Propaganda ; it is maintained simply to put the facts clearly and accurately before the cultivators throughout the country , and rapidly they are finding out that Nitrate of Soda is the cheapest and by far the most practical form of supplying their crops with Nitrogen . It Is the only Instantly available Nitrogenous Food for plants . Free Information . To a limited number of farmers who want to know , the Propaganda , in addition to bulletins from agricultural experiment stations , giving results of actual trials with Nitrate of Soda , is sending a handsomely illustrated book , Food for Plants , containing over 230 pages of matter , which any farmer may understand , and which sho...

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907

¦ » 4 l ~ -T » T . ^ rj- ^ j .. , ^ » , . ^ JM ^^^^ r = ^ e ^^ S No Nitrato / ii Nitrate of Soda Giant Timothy Crops ¦••*»« An average increase of 2775 pounds per acre of field-cured hay was shown in 11 actual tests where Nitrate of Soda was used . Tests were made from Nova Scotia to Missouri , and 100 pounds of NitrateofSoda was used per acre , at a cost of 82 . 55 to $ 2 . 95 per 100 pounds . Compare increase with cost of this great fertilizer . Compare fields shown in above actual reproduced photograph . Nitrate of Soda is best and cheapest ammoniate with which to furnish Nitrogen to plants . Test It for Yourself Entirely Free Let tut eend sufficient Nitrate of Soda for yon to try , aaklnfr only that you use according to our directions , and let HB know tho result . To the twenty-five farmers who got tho best results , we offer , as a prize . Prof . Voorheea 1 most valuable book on fertilizers , their composition , and how to UBO for different crops , Handsomely bound . 327 pane ...

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[ MARKETS ) [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907

[ MARKETS ) OUR CHICAGO LETTER . RECEIPTS . Chicago , 111 ., Dec . 31 , 1906 . Cattle . Hogs . Sheep . Received today 25 . 000 38 . 000 25 , 000 Same day last year . 9 , 323 25 . 216 13 . 485 Received last week . 39 , 753 121 . 518 61 , 413 Same wk last yr . 59 . 396 134 , 464 61 . 803 Cattle and other kinds ot live stock were marketed in unusually small Hummers last week , the occurrence of Christmas on Tuesday being the disturbing element . The receipts of cattle on both Monday and Wednesday , which are always the two biggest market days of the week , were extremely light . The meager offerings resulted in better prices , and desirable lots sold largely 25 c higher . Beef steers sold largely at $ 4 . S 5 @ 6 . 25 , there being a real scarcity of strictly prime beeves . The best steers sold at $ 6 . 50 ® 6 . S 0 . while the cheaper class of light killers went at $ 3 . 80 @ 4 . 80 . There was a good export demand for steers of a medium to good kind at $ 5 . 50 @ 6 . 10 . with the gr...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907

44-fr <^< QMfr 4 * 44 Mg « fr Coughs and j £ jjr colds are prevent- * gj ? able . Increase ? JL your powers of re- & A sistance , and they Q •jji do not attack you . 4 * * Scoffs % X Emtilsion JL , * y has prevented and O j £ cured millions of j * A jfl Jga cou 8 ns ant * X /& ffi [ colds . Try it A fJ | Py ) f yourself . A I TM ALL DRUGGISTS- tQ 1 J if , 50 c . AND 91 . 00 . £ M ^< r < r ** r $ < r < r <

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907

Hows This ? Weoffer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by llaH e Catarrh Cure . F . J . CHENEY & CO ., Toledo , O . Wo , the undersigned , have known F . J . Chenoy for tho last 15 years , and believe him perfectly hoiiorabloin all business transactions and financially able to carry ont any obligations made by bis firm . WALDINO , RINNAN & MARVIN , Wholesale Druggists , Toledo , O . Hall s Catarrh Cure is taken internally . aeting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system . Testimonials aent free . Price 75 o per bottle . Sold by all Druggists . Take Hall s Family Pills for constipation .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907

NOTES AND QUERIES . Inheritance . —If a man dies without children , leaving a wife and brothers and sisters , and leaves farms , part of same coming by inheritance , and part by purchase , who gets it ? A . T . M ., Ohio . — When by Inheritance—no children—the estate passes to wife for her lifetime . When estate comes by purchase—no children—it goes to the wife absolutely . In your case , the court must decide what is by Inheritance and what by purchase . The wife will own the latter absolutely , and have life lease of the former . Buttermilk for Pigs . — Can one feed pigs on buttermilk from a creamery at 1 cent a gallon , and make a profit ? S . B E .. Whitehouse . O . —When no water has been added to buttermilk it is about equal to skim-milk as feed for hogs . If you feed one to three pounds of separator skim-milk with one pound of corn meal and corn is worth 46 cents a bushel 100 lb . of the milk is valued at 24 cents . This would make a gallon worth a trifle over 2 cents . If 7 ...

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OHIO'S FIRST AGRICULTURAL TRAIN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907

OHIOS FIRST AGRICULTURAL TRAIN The first agricultural education train to be run in Ohio was taken over the Cincinnati Northern Railroad last week . Three days were devoted to the work . Director C . E . Thorne of the Ohio Experiment Station , writes as follows , regarding it : ¦ ! think great credit is due to tho enterprise of the Cincinnati Northern Railroad Co . In starting this train and pushing it forward under certain Internal difficulties . Great credt is also due to Dean Price of the State University for his skMful management of the work ; also to ihe Ohio Grain Dealers Association for their cordial co-operation and assistance . These three institutions were the active ones in eiganizlng and promoting the trip . The Experiment Station did what It could to help It , but the credit belongs to those first named . Dean Price , of the Ohio College of Agriculture , said : Our train made 17 stops and we addressed 2 , 300 farmers . The audiences were the most attentive I have ever se...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 5 January 1907

r ; w- -T 0 P PRICES FOR EGGS WewantnothiDf hat frnb , select stock Shut be direct from first liitmls . Hucksters unci collectors shipments not solicited W « supply yoa with shipping CUM . Oar quotations for tbii week » re * 7 c par doz . We p » y all charges Write us , KtmN RLTTEK CO ., 431 Woodland He ., m . VKX . AMi OHIO , Married Man Wanted on stock farm , itendy employment . Alio wan ( GOOD GIRL for K ° n - * - homework . For - JlT *** particulars address LOCK BOX 344 . WANATAH . INDIANA W A 1 T > Wanted on largo fruit and dairy farm . A * *! field foreman and fonr teamsters . Mnat be sober , honest and Industrious . Good wages and modern appliances . Give references and full partlculars In first letter Add row- fitq I ? , C < ia ) burg , O . ITTFMTMII- S ,, II PKICS of Farm v ™* niikniivn acts . Correspond with The IRON CITY PRODUCK CO .. about the handling of your Fruits . Poultry , Produce . «* tr . 6 g 8 Liberty s tr * - *> i Pittsburg . Pe...

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