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DOES YOUR PAPER ARRIVE LATE ? [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

DOES YOUR PAPER ARRIVE LATE ? Beginning Feb . 2 , and continuing for several weeks hereafter . The Ohio Farmer will be a 32-page paper , and on account of the increased size and the extra work of printing and handling the edition your paper may arrive a day or so late . Please be patient , however , for when it does reach you it will contain enough extra good reading matter to make up for the delay . This increased size is necessary at this time on account of the increased amount of both regular reading matter and advertising matter that is rushed in upon us at this season . This brief statement will explain any delay that may occur in the arrival of your paper . We would also call your attention to the fact that while our advertising columns show up quite prominently in these larger papers , the amount of actual reading matter , carefully edited and condensed , totals over 16 pages—as much space as some dollar-a-year agricultural papers devote to their entire paper , including adve...

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TAXATION — GOVERNMENT BY THE PEOPLE — GOVERNMENT INSPECTION—FREE ALCOHOL . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

TAXATION — GOVERNMENT BY THE PEOPLE — GOVERNMENT INSPECTION—FREE ALCOHOL . I am a constant reader of your valuable paper and like it very much . There are several questions I would like to see discussed in its columns . Why should not all property be assessed at its full value for taxation ? There is a man here who wears better clothes than I can , has better furniture , drives a better rig , uses the road ten times as much as I do , has a boy attending school , earns more money than I do in a year , and yet he pays no tax . I am a poor man , struggling to pay for a small farm—38 acres—and I have to pay $ 25 a year tax ; $ 8 of this is school tax and I send no one to school . Then there are young men here who have money in bank have their fine road horses and rubber-tire buggies , and pay no tax . Why should they not pay in same proportion as I do ? Why can we not abolish the United States Senate , and have laws , ratified by the people ? Then we could have parcel-post and take the ...

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CURRENT COMMENT . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

CURRENT COMMENT . D . S . Creamer , DENATURED ALCOHOL . Ohio State Fire Marshal , has furnished some interesting facts in regard to the use of industrial alcohol instead of kerosene . He says the change will bring joy to all users of kerosene for lighting , as it will liberate them from danger . to life and property , from lamps exploding or being ups et . and it will relieve them from trimming wicks and from the offensive odor of kerosene . The lamps are made of metal . The light is produced by a mantle made incandescent . The lamp can not be heated nor can it explode . The light produced ranges from 16 candle power to 1 , 000 candle power . Perhaps the most interesting point brought out is the fact that the cost of alcohol for fuel or 16 candle power lights , at 25 cents a gallon for the alcohol , is only three-fifths the cost of kerosene at 15 cents a gallon , If this is true , alcohol at 25 cents would be equivalent to kerosene at 3 cents . If Senator Hansbrough s bill goes thro...

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

ESTABLISHED 1848 IHE LAWRENCE PUBLISHING CO . EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS . < BMSBAJLOPTICS , ao 1-209 ST . CLAIKAW ., N . E . CLEVELAND , OHIO . NEW YOHK OTIlOE , 725 Temple Court Bldg . • IIICAOO OFFICE . 1738 First Not . Bank Bide . IKTItOrr . Mich .. OFFICE . 30-15 Congress St .. W . ttl INNEAI 01 . 1 S OFFICE . 629 Andrus Bldg . H vTTl . K . Wu-li ., OFFICE . Il P « oplo » S . Uk . Bldg . M . J . LAWRENCE President M . W . LAWRENCE Vice-President M . L . 1 .. WVUKNCE Secretary ) . T . LAWRENCE Treasurer II . E . WILLIAMS - » W . I . CHAMBERLAIN / .. „ , „ ... „ JOHN P . CUNNINGHAM > Editora HABBEET MASON \ A . J . ANDERSON J TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Three Years , 156 . % „ ••„ $ 1 . 50 TWO YEARS . I 04 Copies lo one person $ 1 . 20 One Year . 52 75 Cents Six Months . 26 40 We guarantee to stop sending paper when the time for which It Is paid has expired , so that , to avoid missing any numbers , all should renew promptly . Always sendmoney by draft , postofllce m...

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

HOW & FARM ACCOUNTS vtSKfft b t ? £ j £ BOOKLET FREE ; STEINER a CO ., Publisher ; , Toledo , Ohio Wfifif fvj ^—Man and wlf ,-, w . minn to do bo » . o- « •» *» n-ork for family of two . nnd nu to help with farm work . Most be aober nnd IIKIIIStrlnnt * . Affoodhonio for tho rlirht persons . In niiMverine sttuo waifes expectod . Dont answer unless yon mean business . Address II E O . A . I O K I S . Adena , Ohio . TTTANTi : !) -A responsible agent in each comity In No . Obi ,, to gall the New Buokeyo Mowing MiiMihi , . \\* rlr . » Tor particulurs at in- -. H . \ V , 1 . 1-F . TKKMKVBK & snss . Crl . vomnd . O .. ; eii . Agt .. Wanted -T lre • lablo man to work I 7 ,, ° Iryfarm . Must hare good faublto and bo willing to work . Address with roferenoes , K A . HKHTHlrK . Mantua , 1 ort . ago Co .. <» , !„ . WANTED -11 * EXIUKIENOCO n .,, , w „ SILO SALESMAN . Farmers Handy Wagon Co .. Saginaw , Michigan . \ 1 notiil— Married man to occupy new t » n r |...

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. THE WEEK . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

. THE WEEK . Leading Events . Famine in China . — Reports reaching : Washington from consular offices In China confirm the stories of suffering and hardship . The consul at Nanking says It Is the worst famine in forty years . The Chinese officials admit their inabllIty ! o cope wilh the situation . In order in help the people to keep their cattle the government Is taking them in pawn . i < r i wo taels ( about J 1 . B 0 ) each and will keep them until spring . A report from the southern Presbyterian mission estimates that 10 . 000 . 000 people are affected l . y the famine . 4 . 000 . 000 of whom are starving . In some localities the conditions are pitiful . War With Japan . — Last week many dally papers published sensational stories to the effect that war with Japan was Imminent . The authorities at Washington state that such stories are silly and disgusting and absolutely without any foundation . One of the causes for this foolish talk was the fact that Secretary Taft h...

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NOTES AND QUERIES . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

NOTES AND QUERIES . Bluegrass . — Vetch . — What grasses should be used In starting a bluegrass pasture ? How much seed should be used per acre ? Would it be advisable to sow with spring oats ? How is vetch for pasture for dairy cows ? How is it grown ? F . S .. Martin s Ferry , O . —Bluegrass is valuable only in a pasture mixture . In meadows it ripens earlier than most other plants used for the purpose and does not grow large , thereby lessening both the yield and quality of the hay . In pasture it Is slow in setting often requiring two or three years before making a good stand . It can not be surpassed in quality after once becoming established . For permanent pastures the following mixtures have been found satisfactory : Medium red clover . 3 lb . ; bluegrass . 8 lb . ; orchard grass . 8 lb .: smooth brome grass , 10 lb . We would not advise sowing bluegrass with oats . Vetch makes a very satisfactory pasture but because of the recumbent habits of the stems and the high price of...

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INSTITUTES NEXT WEEK . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

INSTITUTES NEXT WEEK . onto . Jl 11 , 1 ; Carrollton , Coleraln . Marenfu m , ^ « ? J , Nov ? , ¦ chn . Rainsboro , Rimer . Sylvania . Feb . 13-14 , Ada , BurNm- h t iw y , elt ?; inc * ley . Jamestown , it ? Feh iV 1 « 0 ?! ul , , u , 8 ^ S , il i 1 . - LL ™ T ? V 6 Cop ey Center , Hilllard , B whl l b 0 n , , Malvern . Montpeller . Mt . Blanchard . Sardinia . Vinton . WISCONSIN . Feb . 1--13 Columbus . Loganvllle , Wauton ° xford Mt- Horeb . KingsPENNSYLVANIA i ,. ™ . Hebron . Weatherly . Feb . 1112 . Lampeter . MeBwensvllle , Clarksburg . l « ra n S n „ , Feb Pk 12 , New Mahoning . Feb 12-13 . Odin . Feb . 13 , Neffsville , Lehlghrw ~ eb i . 13 14 Washingtonville . Marion Centre Harmonsburg . Feb . 14 . Coryvllle , £ eb . 14-15 . Atglen . Kresgeville . Feb . 15 . E « v , han a ge . Fe \ 1 S : 16 Indana . Mosiertown , Smethport . Feb . 16 , Shawnee

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BULLETINS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

BULLETINS . „« TO . 0 ? M-fPe Scale . —Bulletin No . 112 of Illinois Experiment Station . Urbana , ill ., covers investi gations of the cottony maple scale of that state . A large section sV ?» n 5 , n £ . ?? rt f e 0 t l ! fteen c ° » ties was found to be infested . There is but one generation of the insect each year . The females pass the winter partly grown on the twigs of trees and produce eggs in late May or in June . according to the latitude and the weather of the season . The eggs hatch in June or July and the young Insects establish themselves for the summer on the leaves or twigs , from which they reach the sap . The males emerge as winged insects and perish at the approach of winter . The most useful Insecticide is kerosene emulsion containing from 10 to W , i . percent of kerosene for summer application and from 16 to IS percent for winter application . Best results in summer came from an application ol emulsion about July 11 and another on July JO . Ihe two applications...

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

i B. & B. i $ 1 . 00 suitings , 50 c Lot 5-4-inch Chevro 1 Stripe Grey Suiting , * that would sell here , or at any Dry Goods store in the country , for $ 1 . 0 ) a yard , now 50 ca yd . Only one shade of i Grey and only one pattern , but both shade and pattern are excellent , which with the weight and quality of the cloth and half price—50 c a i yard-makes this a Suiting proposition without an equal . Get samples and see for yourself . Exceptional line new Spring I Wash Goods— Mousselines , Mulls , Organdies ^ Voiles , Dimities , Batistes , Madras Ginghams , etc ., ready for distribution . New Cottons , 10 c to $ 1 . 50 yd . BOCCS & BUHL DEPT . 18 , ALLEGHENY , PA . Why Spend Good Monep to shingle , tnr-pnper or tin your roof every I season , UIH . mill more good money laterto I repair , paint and recent it ? Why not put on n roof that lasts . WPV-T nnd settle yonr rooting tiiiestl . ii for all iiin .-. First coat—ouly a trifle mure than short-lived roofing ...

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VALUE OF LIQUID MANURE . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

VALUE OF LIQUID MANURE . The Vermont Experiment Station in Bulletin No . 108 , says that half the value of the manure produced on the average farm lies in the liquid forms . The relative value of the solid and liquid excreta , varies with the different animals , but the average value of liquid manure is from $ 7 to $ 8 per ton . It Is not possible to lay down any hard and fast rule as to how liquid manure can best be saved . Many farmers have arranged drains under the stalls and run the liquid out into cisterns and other receptacles . This practice is largely used in some of the old countries and has proved very satisfactory , but it necessitates the expenditure of a larger amount of money than our American farmers are willing to invest . For them the better plan seems to be the use of absorbents . The character and amount of litter used is important , but any substance which promotes the comfort of the animals and takes up and holds the liquid excreta will do . The most common mate...

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

( Concluded from page 4 . ) crops where farm manure was used , clover grown and better cultivation given to the land should he ? 24 . This makes the value of the manure $ 3 per ton distributed over a period of five years . The old method of spreading the manure in lumps and chunks with a ! pitch fork , a lump here and no manure there , does not give the best results . If the season be dry the lumps and chunks will cut off the capillary attraction and thus the crop is dried up , while if these same chunks had I been properly distributed instead of having a bad effect in a dry season the effect would have been reversed . In other words , it would have opened up the little pores in the soil particles and made it possible for them to hold the moisture and throw it out when the plants most needed it . The ideal way to manure the soil is to place a small particle of manure in contact with every tiny particle of the soil , and this can only be done by the use of a manure spreader . The mod...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

The Great Western Endless * MANURE ApronJft SPREADER Made For the Man Who Wants the Best THE GREAT WESTERN ENDLESS APRON MANURE SPREADER Is absolutel y guaranteed to stand up under 60 S more strain than any other spreader ot same capacity , and to have less than one-half the breakage . The cost to build it is 10 to 15 per cent more than any other . Take its strength and durability into account , and it Is by Jar the cheapest machine for you to buy A Giant Itl Strength main rame Is one ° f tae m ° st important features of the machine _ . ^ , 7 ,.,. , 6 _ on account of . ts carrying all of the machinery , it is very imTne extra strength and durab : hiy that we give in the Great portant that it should be extra strong . This construction adds at We . tern costs us many thousands of dollars ayear . It represents least SO per cent to the life of the machine . If this frame was only a few dollars to you in the purchase price . When you are made of pine or maple , and light material as some...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

You never saw a _ aa & 1 /^^ jfX saw which saws < \ f ^ p |§ 5 i |( ^ likethis sawsaws ^ OSs 2 ^ = ^ Ond last HO long a tin . 1 . l (!^^ lifr ^ l Frarao of heavy angle aTg * fe , ^ t \ // , J * 1 ^ Q iio shake . Patented—adjust- .. t ^ gm ^^ able , dust-proof , non-hentine ^ km \^ r ^ oil boxes , etc . Wemakctheso Appleton Wood Saws In 6 styles-strong , simple , safe and successeful -and wo make a 4-wheeI mounting for wood saws nnd gaaollne ongincs which Is uneounl e for convenience and durability . Saw yonr own wood and savo time , cool ami moncv- > h « n saw tfraSttTOs & a * moko * ~ ^ D * HERO FRICTI 0 \ FEED DRAG SAW noth ng like it-no other so good . Also feed grinders , shollers . fodder cutters nuskers manure spreaders , farm tn . cks ^ wlndmlll , etc ., all guaranteed full Appleton Oualltv . Catalog free for the asking . Ast for It now APPLETON MANUFACTURING CO . 21 Fai-flo Street Batavla . HI .. 0 . S . A . THE LARGEST AND BEST ...

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Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

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Page 17 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

IA FSH Barn Door Hanger . That works . Allows close fitting of doors , accommodates itself to tbe inequalities an H war plnff of siding and yet never binds or runs hard . Hung on two sets of hangers , one on each side of an inverted T rail . Straddles the I track like a hay carrier . It has an absolute center draft , no side hitch . Runs easy and true without a posstl bility of being blown , rooted or hooked off . Has chilled steel roller bearings . Fully described in catalog of Hay I Tools , Barn and Stable Equipments . I A copy free . Write for it and know all about the Hanger he cant hook off . Louden Machinery Company , 41 Broadway , Fairfield , Iowa . Make Plowing Easy handle it wilh ease , most of the \ S ^ ^ AWy time without his hand on the \;^^^ g Mm ^ plow . Rcculates perfectly t depth and width of furrow . Will balance plow ill hard . dry . sionysoil , and save a third of draft oo horses . The plowman does not need to hold plow handles . Works perfectly in tall grass or we...

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