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f MARKETS 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907
f MARKETS 1 OL B I HICAGO l .-. i B 5 R , ill .. Ft * . 4 . W 07 . HJiL - illi IS . Cattle . HOB ? . Sheep . Reived today .... Same day last year . 29 , 830 86 . 936 SJ . BW ived lasl week . 59 . 9 | a 69 . 908 TS . OIS Ba ne wk last i i . B 9 . 98 S L 80 . * 6 l 9 * 878 . .,,,.,. ..... hitior fur j * eiloi - •¦••*&gt;&lt;• wee » . , ; , « t , ;^ - B naaked tailtt ta the r I closing , amd u »® -oo WK JIM UI : ; 1 W ;; V ¦ ; . ,, ; Quotable alterations were maeu ™ fj e mart 1 I S 3 • Thm lb ,- great bull , of the offl cings I ; thee &amp; aP class of llrttW * which sold at Sl al . To . The el . ouei U SJSra . selling at ( 6 . 26 ( 96 . 88 , Co npi vVv small proportion Of the NMM :, nd buvers had to subs . Kuu- a «¦; . i ; okind very largely . Exporters were good S » tWMn at » 5 . 30 ® 6 .... medium to good steers ; good shipping steers sold at Jb upward . Steers sold taggy a £ **» down to $ 4 . 80 ; fair to good light kllleis . » 4 ., 7 fi ® 6 . 26 . Butcher c...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907
Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications , as they cannot reie . bha diseased portion of the ear . There is o :. way to euro deafness , nnd that is by co .. tional remedies . Deafness is caused by nu inflamed condition of the rnnnous lining of the Liistaciiiui Tube . When fcliis tnne is lnCcrned you have a runibiing sound or imperfect 1 ; . rIiig , mid when it , is entirely ^ closed , Deafa s is tho result , and unless tho inlhiiiimaiEon &lt; -.. 1 be tulo 11 out and this tubo restored toils n . . . mil condition , hearing will be destroyed f . 1 r ; nine ca . j out of ton are caused by &lt; ai . . . rrh , which is nothing ) hatnainflamed condiLiouof I !| .. mucous surfacos . We wi 1 give Ono Hundred Dolnrs for an / ea-o of Donfuoss [ caused bycatn-rhj that can . ii » t bu cured by llali s ( alitrrh ( lira , buud for sirculars free . F . J . CHENBV &amp; CO ., Toledo . O . s ., ! d by dm agists . 75 c . rake Hulls l- a iiilv Iiiis for ron--t , ipatlr . ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907
Z Cough drops , throat # • lozenges , or cough • J syrups may relie-Ve 5 a cold but they don t S cure it . Scotl s 2 Emulsion not only X 2 immediately relieves 2 ¥ your cough or cold but • x cures it by giving you i m the strength to throw • • it off . Take Scoffs | 1 A rfe Emtt l r , on TOr ? * ira cou ^ ls and g $ ~ % lj colds . I M ALL DRUGGISTS . 1 1 ij |\ 50 c AND $ 1 . 00 .
Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907
EVERGKEENS Mention . Nursery grown , hardy everywhere . Ulls y §[* A | l slues tor all purposes , lo-rest p . i | wr . rSHB . prices . 50 bargain l . es , llrst c ! ass , n « Kjre | nid St to $ 10 per IOJ . Also KursA AlNGBunery grown Forest T . TMfBssr ITKKEs—One beauti ul nine ! , - mil Jfl Hswf , « spraco to every eu ; . renter . s * end mt fo . , or free Cot . and Bnrgaln Slieet m Ek 1 ) . Hill . I . vcriireen Spec ! list mmmBK Box SO . Dundee . 111 . B Clover Hay Wanted ^ 3 Our superior fnclllllot ftnrt connection ^^ *^ « oiul ndVimcM uimle on al . tiimtMiti . ^ V - ^ l Uaaiel McCaUrc . y s Sous Co . EfM Pittsburg . Pa . Ill IUr— Uuqiifsni- Nstll lliml ,. . Tn-ltlnif . B ^^ I Ion Nnll Hit . In t ) i « ono ( put ( 0 yours , H ^ Al ^ pjl WANTED TVo . / , or Good No 2 Timothy and TI A V No . / Light Clover Hlllad - «/» 1 CARLOADS , ADDRESS SAMUEL WALTON , No . 8 Wood Street , Pittsburg , Pa . li . fsrortcf : 3 n ran I No &lt; Kii . rlt- » , Vrran-n I •• pull , \ si Itiinh ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907
We Bring BuyerttSeller Together If yon wish to buy , sell or exchange , writo na . Farms and business opportunities throughout the country . Hated with us directly- Many will exchange . Send for salen and exchange lists . Myeri . A Myers , Q-15 . Matthews K ¦) :: . ¦! ilwnnkee . WU . 8 nontG Par R A H for repairing barb , woven UVIIIS rer nUU orplain Wire fonce with the Grant Stay * and Cllim . Ko special tools . EasT work . Write tor prices . Address ii -ANT &amp; NICHOLS . ASHTABULA , OHIO . 1 &gt; ercheron Horaes—Intornl prize winners . OverW premiums won In OH . Will show yon a larger per cent of good ones than any broodor , or pay your expenses . I . ONZO McCLAIN . Limn , Ohio Percheron Stallion gjf - ^ Blr n ™ lbs .. and registered : guaranteed sound . Price &lt; 4 B 0 . Address It . N . JONKS , Morcor . Penn # . A Q £ A . WEEK and EXPENSES ¦ TlaJj C 1 Ii mon with rig to introdnos Poultry Rt » m « - V ?^** ^ , lj ^ QUANT rii . n .-i . t It . SprinefiMl ...
Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907
| r-- .. m- &gt;^ -- ^^^ &gt; GU L. Frfio ^ te ^^^^ rcOA . STf 1 ! ^^^ . ojfm T^—t jjii sj » sjjjjBjjjjjjsjBjj » jjjjjjj ^ ^ ^ iijjjj ^ Bj ^ BB ^ B !!;? Two Crops Per Year ! jj l ;; , | fl That s the program in the Texas Gulf v \ t \ Coast Country . It s easy there , because the j ) \\ lend works and produces every ijjj i month in the twelve ! J . , Think of it : $ 500 per acre in cabbage — $ 600 per /»! acre in onions — $ 3 . 30 a bushel for new potatoes—cucumbers bring $ 3 . 00 a bushel in May at the Eastern [ II ] 1 markets . These and many actual , every-dny results in fruit culture also , can be proved to you . I can give you names and addresses of the people who arc doing ill n these things while you are reading this advertisement \ yi \ and the snow and cold weather ore keeping you idle . Vj jj , 1 The WARM , DRY CLIMATE 1 / 7 of the Texas Gulf Coast is the healthiest in the Ii country . The irrigated land which you can buy now at r , R 525 per acre — is the r...
f AGRICULTURAL I SCIENCE [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907
f AGRICULTURAL I SCIENCE PROTECTING CROPS FROM FROST ( Read at the annual meeting of the Ohio State Horticultural Society at Columbus . ) Frost is formed when water is condensed out of the atmosphere at a temperature near or below the freezing point of water . The damage done by frost in Ohio , is often very great . Forecasts of freezing weather and warnings of expected frosts are widely distributed by the United States Weather Bureau by mail , telegraph and telephone . and through the daily -press . The weather forecasts that appear in the morning papers are based on the evening observation before and are issued from the Washington office through the press associations . The forecasts that appear in the evening papers are based on the morning observation . They are telegraphed , at government expense , to places that can make a further distribution by mail or telephone for public benefit . They will be sent by mail to any person who can be reached from one of our distributing point...
Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907
J0 JT Test the ^ SKMif / Wheel Adjustment \ fl Ml MI . We consider that a wheel on a wagon should turn % W | ml / Ml wiln J uSt as little friction , comparativel y , as the fly- m » l Ml ml wheel on an engine . % W Ml H Every Moline Wheel is buill to stand the fly-wheel « II ml Here s the way to test the adjustment of the wheels on MB Il m Have one axle jacked up so the wheel will turn freely . V * I Jfl Then give it a vigorous whirl . Youll find that it is absolutel y 111 TRUE to the finest fraction of an inch . ¦ II m _ Next , take the wheel oil and you will discover the secret of 111 | H its light-running qualities . | IB It s in the setting of the Patented Dust-Proof Skein onto the II „ e T ln . the scientific accuracy with which the cast-iron Skein 111 II Wh lnt ° le Hub—in the relation &lt;&gt; f Axle to the dish of You cant lie too careful in buying a wagon . You can t ¦ SB examine- the Moline too carefully to please us . II The Moline runs with a third less d...
HOSTS OF GOOD PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907
HOSTS OF GOOD PEOPLE AD Ofer This Blessed Land Rise Up ami Itaise Dr . Pierce s Family Medicises Common Gratitude Prompts This Sentiment In Favor ot Dr . Pierces Medicines . These people , so ready and anxious to recommend Dr . Pierces Medicines , nave themselves been cured , or some friend or loved one has been cured , by these-medicines . Naturally , a sense of gratitude prompts such persona w recorhfriend Dr . Pierce s medicines to other afflicted ones . Notwithstanding that tliese medicines have been on general Pale , in drug and medicine stores ) tor mofe thhn two decades , yet their sale continues to grow as it could not were tney iy &gt; t meUicines of more than ordinary merit _ Although base attacks have sometimes been made upon Dr . Pierces medK cinesVwhichfcemporanl y injured their sale , as in the case of the maliciously , false , 6 fa * delous andI libelous article published in 1904 in the Ladies Home Journal ol V * iladelphia , yet their sale is greater to-day t...
CHILD'S AWFUL SKIN HUMOR . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907
CHILDS AWFUL SKIN HUMOR . Screamed with Pain—Suffering Nearly Broke Parent s Heart—Speedily Cured by Cuticura . I wish to inform you that Cuticura Remedies have put a stop to twelve years of misery I passed with my son . As an infant I noticed on his body a red spot , and treated same with different remedies for about five years , but when the spot began to get larger I put him under the care of doctors . Under their treatment the disease spread to four different parts of his body . The longer the doctors treated him the worse it grew . During the day it would get rough and form like scales . At night it would be cracked , inflamed , and badly swollen , with terrible burning and itching . When I think of his suffering , it nearly breaks my heart . His screams could be heard downstairs . The suffering of my son made me full of misery . I had no ambition to work , to eat , nor could I sleep . One doctor told me that my son s eczema was incurable . and gave it up for a bad job . One ev...
DOES IT PAY TO SOW WHEAT ? [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907
DOES IT PAY TO SOW WHEAT ? Last year I kept an accurate account of the cost of producing an acre of wheat and the profit yielded me . The season was favorable and the yield fully up to the average , yet it did not pay . Here are the figures for one acre : Plowing and harrowing $ 3 . 00 Planking and drilling 3 . 00 Use of drill 20 Seed , IVi bu , at 80 c 1 . 20 Bone meal , 200 lb . at $ 28 per ton . 2 . 80 Cutting 60 Hauling to barn 35 Twine , 2 lb . at 13 c 26 Threshing 50 Board and wages for helpers .. 1 . 25 Total $ 13 . 16 I got 17 bushels per acre and sold the wheat at 68 cents , making returns for grain $ 11 . 56 per acre . The straw was worth $ 3 per acre , making my net profit just $ 1 . 40 . It did not pay interest on the money invested in the land . Certainly wheat does not pay at this rate and it is the best I can do . One corn crop is easily worth two of wheat , and can be grown cheaper . I shall drop wheat from my rotation and buy my flour . I shall plant more corn and s...
Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907
as YOU CAN ORDER FROM OUR CATALOGUE with great saving of time because it is Arranged in Alphabetical Order , as heretofore , and each article is numbered . In ordering , therefore , numbers onl y need be given . It contains 142 LARfJE SIZE PAUES Beautifully Illustrated And is sent FREE on receipt of postal , Grass seed mixtures for Golf I _ InKs , Tennis Courts . Polo Grounds , Lawns , etc ., one of our specialties . We import every year large quanlitie * ol all Ihe natural grasses o ! the highest possible grade . J . M . THORBURN &amp; CO ., 33 BARCLAY St . ihrough io 38 PARK PL .. N . Y . Everything of the Highest Grade ^ 7 | FROM KENTUCKY , THE CENTER ( P * Ml OF PRODUCTION . Il Ml Oar celebrated BlnoRl boon Grass . Clov- \ % Ml or and Karm Hoods nro tho finest .. elected \» / relceanod stocks and cost you less than \ m many Inferior grade a . \ B 1 / Yon Save Money &amp; Ta ? o thSr £ t \ l ¦ / and best producers , and our free &amp; eed book con- \ / tal...
Page 21 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907
Renewfif . ^¦ whether you ve %# _ .- _ . • m got i io « r ioo TOUT EBBS rj acres of rundown »»»¦¦ u land send for our valuable gsm ssssBBBBBBJ booklets on Clovers , Altai- Ef I 111 . ta . Pastures nnd Soiling % . **¦¦ Crops . They -will be sent Free r ^ together with our 1907 catalog | jf * |\ A / t l of Sterling Seeds . Dont risk *** %£ OT 11 a crop before writ- _ ing us . Write us a - postal now . Costs W mm tt M . flr * S younoth ngtogetB _*• , valuable sSBSBSSfMsB VH premiums . ................... 1 ............ Northrup , King &amp; Co . Sterling Seeds I __ 2 * 8 _ Hennepin Ave ., Minneapolis , Minn . I TnftrHHP / iHV WHEELBARROW inompSOnS Grass Seeder ALVAVFA , SSSSa •¦« . K «™« Rod Top and-II Crai * nd &lt; turs . hU . Over Seeds In any desired «^ N 200 Thousand In quantity . So oloso to -, uia . Haa led all Ihe ground aeed will iT ^ TV broadcast seeders for nol blow away In li , . i \ 30 years , Catalogue wlndlast weather . AflB \ «•• * a » j | ai w Mioh .
Page 21 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907
........ MB . JM GOOD ^ fl fffSSEEDSW tilflHsKpHEAP 1 4 *? **&amp; t . frfsEvyS ?/? . BEST _ Aonwu I J ^ g &amp;^ BJSygS ^_ EVER » ROW i I A wonderful big catalog rnrr I % Full of engravings of every rllEE I j variety , with prices lower than other ^ 7 dealers . Oldest reliable seed grower ln America . No old seed . AH fresh . They will grow or will refund money . Big Lol Extra Packages Free wilh Every Order Send yours and your neighbors address R . H . SHUMWAY , Rocktord , Illinois SEEDS Thlolmttnns—the Seedsmen—carry a fell line of garden and Flold Seeds . Onion Seed a specialty . Write today for their catalog and Special Prices . TUB TII 1 ELMANN BRED CO ., Erie , I &gt; ii . JAPANESE MILLET SEED FOR SALE . By teat tho very best of tho Millet family . Sow twenty ] ioundB per acre . ^ c £ F MiRBi % m Tp 9 ° rs % irin §^^ -
PIMPLES , BLACKHEADS-- [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907
PIMPLES , BLACKHEADS-- Get Rid of All Your Face Troubles In a Few Days Time With the Wonderful Stuart Calcium Wafers . Trial Package Sent Free . You can not have an attractive face or a beautiful complexion when your blood Is in bad order and full of impurities . Impure blood means an impure face , always . The most wonderful as well as the most rapid blood cleanser is Stuart s Calcium Wafers . You use them for a few days , and the difference tells in your face right away . Most blood purifiers and skin treatments are full of poison . Stuart s Calcium Wafers are guaranteed free from any poison , mercury , drug , or opiate . They are as harmless as water , but the results are astonishing . The worst cases of skin diseases have been cured in a week by this quick-acting remedy . It contains the most effective working power of any purifier ever discovered , —calcium sulphide . Most blood and skin treatments are terribly slow . Stuart s Calcium Wafers have cured boils In 3 days . Every p...