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1 POULTRY 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

1 POULTRY 1 ROUP CURE . In our issue of Jan . 12 we asked , What is the most effective cure for roup ? The following replies were received : Watch flock for the first appearance of roup . Give an adult fowl a half teaspoonful of pulverized sulphur , mixed with a teaspoonful of coal oil ; give younger fowls half the dose . Give every other day for a few days . Mix equal parts lard and coal oil and rub around eyes with a swab , as this is the first place affected . It is almost useless to treat fowls in last stages of roup . —A . A ., Cedarville , O . The best and safest remedy is a good sharp ax . Bury every trace , even the blood . Then scatter lime in the houses and under the roosts . Several years ago I had some valuable chicks , that contracted roup and canker in a virulent form . I used several of the roup cures that were on the market but did not get the results I wished . I then begun the dry sulphur treatment and in a few days I saw the A LIGHT BRAHMA TVPE . canker had begun ...

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

GOOD POULTRY FOODS » aro m-e . s-iiry lor big ponltry profit ! . HARVEYS CUT ALFALFA anil CUI CLOVER HAY , Poultry ana Chick Fowls of nil klmls , aro biff profit makers . Send for FKKE Samples ami catalog of full list ol poultry Hti !> pli ,. R . Harvey Soed Co ., 725 Ellicoll St .. Buffalo , N . Y . rCREIDERs FINE CATALOG HJU 7 tolls all ubout pur—I . nil pOUltri » , . , A 7 cr , e 1 nnd lUnttute * uo viu-ie-lion . 10 . ifmil . f ... nut Brill color plntef . Oivci re * » i . ni . Lli » prleai for . stock and cjrji , jIOw U > cum ¦ JUontei , kill He * , nmke money . Thi « T » IunM # IW-k illy inc . I . H . I . UMUKH . lUIKKfllS , VA , COCffilXFOn ^^ Black . Njmnkh rocker . ! -., # *_ . tH > mrli . HulT OriilnKloiw 1 tiff CIj mil H . trk-, Huff . 1 , ui .. l .. ( .., nad Hut . L * rhorn fooL . „ I , ( nuli . inif Free W . B . BLACK * SON , H I / I ( . MUM , OHIO , Won Cup on S . C . W . Leghoriu ^ vj entorod nt 2 shows ; 8 1 st ; fi 2 nd , 1 3 rd . 2 ...

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

THE EGG QUESTION . A great many of my neighbors , raising Leghorns , Minorcas , Rocks , Wyandottes , etc ., all mixed together , wished to know why they were not getting eggs . They said their hens were in good flesh and were fed corn , oats , wheat , and they had plenty of good water to drink , oyster shells before them all the time , a good warm house . It does seem that the most of our farmers are in just the same peculiar condition . Did you ever take time to look back over your chicken business , and consider that back of all , lies the trouble ? Were the eggs from which your stock was produced strong , vigorous eggs , or were they from run-out , weak stock which had been inbred for years ? No one need expect good laying hens from such stock . And another thing in which many fail . Did you from the time your chicks were out of the shell , properly feed them , and did they make a steady growth up to the time of maturity ? Or were they weakly , of slow growth ? Did they have mite...

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Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

A Free Book About Incubators For your own sake dont buy an incubator until you read our book . It is written by the man who knows most about incubating —a man who devoted 25 years to the problem . It tells vital facta that you must know to buy wisely—facts you would not think okIt tells of Racine Incubators and Brooders , of course , but whether you buy ours or another , the facts are i mportant . The man who writes the book mado tho Racine Incu- , bator . When you learn what he knows you will want his muchine , we think . The book Is free—write today for it . Remember . Wo P » y the Freight . Address Racine Hatcher Co ., Box 127 , Racine , Win . Warehouses : BufTalo , Detroit , Kansas City , St . Paul . • vmm ^ m Try Till You re 1 Satisfied I A ~ ^\\ ^^ j I K » ve up to 90 ^^^ ^ r ^^ m \ M ^^ ys trial . I want ^^^ ^^^ J w you to know what I ^^ % ± T know before you buy . ^ k AT Nothing to hide about \ fffi Z * OLD TRUSTY 1 f Freight - . Incubators % and Broodorn . The Old Trusty pl...

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POULTRY RECORD FOR 1906 . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

POULTRY RECORD FOR 1906 . Quite often one hears the criticism that successes and not failures are written up , for publication . I will give two or three partial failures that lowered my egg record , last year , quite a bit . First , in February we concluded to try to rid the hens of lice . We used a coal-tar disinfectant on the hens , applying it with a feather to the parts infested with lice . The work was effective , but the odor left in the house was so bad for a few days , that we concluded to use coal oil on the pullets , applying it in the same manner . Here is where the failure came in . Such a lot of sore pullets I never saw before . It was two weeks before they were all able to get back on the perches , and one was so bad that we had to kill her . Dont use coal oil in winter time to kill lice ! Second , in August we tried forced moulting by shutting off all grain and mash feed , just letting them have what they could find at range . This stopped laying and moulting took pl...

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Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

Do You Know the Q6 Ly c ^ «/ Man Who Sells the tyMuMklke / LIT WILL pay you , before you buy a farm wagon , ^^^^ mm ma ^^ a . buggy , a carriage , a vehicle of any kind or a set of harness , to e . 1 . * . * i _ e ii , L c _ J I . i pocket-book to look into this vehicle and harness qnesbee the Man who bells the Studebaker . tion thoroug hly , before you give up your good money for He has something of importance to tell you—of im- an article that may or may _ not give you good service . Eortance to your comfort , your safety , and your pocket- You dont buy a horse with your eyes shut , ook . You dont hire a man to work for you by the year * * * until you find out something about hi m , For considerably more than a half century , Stude- And you ought not to buy a vehicle or harness , until baker vehicles , and more recently Studebaker harness , you know what it s made of . have held first flact in reputation for high quality , long And that s all we are urging you to do . service , re...

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I GRANGE ] [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

I GRANGE ] MR . E . B . NORRIS . CHAIBMAN OF NATIONAL GRANGE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE . We show to our readers this week the face of one of the Granges foremost leaders , a man whose qualities and abilities have brought him to the front not only in the Grange in New York , but in the National Grange as well , and have won the sustained high regards of his associates in these as well as in his other walks of life . Mr . Elliott B . Norris was born ELLIOTT B . NORRIS . Sodus , N . Y ., June 25 , 1845 , and was educated in the common schools of Sodus , at Hillsdale College , Mich ., and at Eastman Business College , Rochester , N . Y . He has always followed the occupation of a farmer and fruit grower , except in 1867-68 , when he was engaged in the mercantile business in Greenville . Pa . The farm occupied by Mr . Norris is considered one of the most productive in western New York . He has always taken an active interest in the progress of his town and county , and has been honored with ma...

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

Read Training Our Five Daughters , by Mrs . Julia Gage Gerrish , in the Household Department of The Ohio Farmer March 5 isstie .

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Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

•/ fRw * r & R & . -fTLjJB ^— mfij rV : : ^ SS ^^ KtWf ^ A^- ^* 7 s ( r ^ NrHINt ^ V . % / -Ci * V^^^^ VVr rfl Hi-1 Every JfyJfMi ^ \ man , _ . •; . • T . KS ^ il * . ) ¦ > mmmm mafm woman t 5 c * t ^> itt M and child may ^§ 2 @* ki ^\ W enjoy the __ . r ] fl ¦ , \ NJ healthiest of ^ -SJjLgoaF .-V > 5 pastimes , shoot- ~^ 07 ? r .- ~* . - K _ A ing with the I V ^ I STEVENS Tho shotguns nnd rifles that insure good sport . ! lif > never disappoint . OUR BIG CATALOG FREE 140 pages , dealing with single and doublo barrel Hhotgiins . ri 0 . es . pistols . Bend two 2-cent stumps to cover postage , and you get it right away . Ask your dealer— insist on 8 t « vena . If you cannot obtain them , we ship direct . J , STEVEN 0 * RUB AND TOO I , GO . 195 Pine Street Ghlcopeu Miili , Haas .. U . S . A . ¦¦ ¦ \\ • JIl-i » . STRENGTH * JL JI DURABILITY IT EC 0 K 0 MY • jiijJL _ _ Those are tho characterls- _ * tics of Page Fence . ...

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Page 25 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 9 February 1907

(Kewanee System of Water Supply I^ j IS ABSOLUTELY FROST-PROOF The Kewanee System is frost-proof because the water is stored in a Kewanee Pneumatic Tank . It can not become frozen up like the tank in the illustration , because it Is buried in the fil ground or located In the cellar . JXBW \ Baron De Champlouls of Danville . Quebec , has the Kewanee System installed on his stock i ^ mLWk farm , and here is what he says about it : » % F * > One of my neighbors put up a large elevated tank , warranted to be frost proof , at the same Aim time I was / i < ina lh , K , warn i / v .. umatic Tank in my cellar . His whole outfit is frozen ;// , in _ 4 M a solid block , while I am gttt ing an ample supply of water at a usable temperature , , ^ llpfe * Besides being economical . Ithinkthc Kewanee System as far ahead of the elevated tank as ¦¦¦¦¦ sM Mi & i • I the incandescent lamp is of tlie wick candle . • mSJ . iWw . il With the Kewanee System tin- water is ...

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

GRAND Land OPENING IN SACRAMENTO VALLEY . CALIFORNIA . Rich black sediment soil ; water ennngh to Irritate 300 . 000 acres : froo wat . tr tit-ht . Kvery commercial fruit nnd vouetable yleldl enormoUl returns . California cllmnto . Perfect till . , lull ami steamboat transportation . Ready markets . I 0-, 20- and , 0ncre tracts from $ 30 to $ loo tier acre on buy .-r » own terms . Excursion rates from all points East after March 1 st . Writo for Information and Illustrated booklet F . E . ROHISSON X OO . 21 fi Pacific Klactrtc Bldg .. I . o . Attgel . a . California FEED GRIJJOER 8— ,, EiirekaQrlnder « : several styles : Steel Saw Frames : Eureka Wlntlmills : Pine . Cypres ! and Steel Tanks . SMITH & POMEROY WINDMILL CO ., Kalamazoo , Mich .

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

FIELD NOTES . Jay Co .. Ind .. ( B . ( . ) Jan . SI . — Fine winter weather . Stock doing well , not many cattle on feed . Hogs scarce and high , 6 % c . Sheep scarce , aone on teed . — Samuel Brunson . Pendleton Co .. W . Va .. ( W . C . ) Jan . 29 . —Cold but little snow . Wheat uninjured Stock doing well . Some plowing done for and oats . All stock high . Horses , » 100 @ 200 ; sheep , JG head ; wheat , 86 c ; corn . 60 c ; potatoes . 50 c ; butter , 10 c ; eggs , 22 c—W . G . Klser . Delaware Co .. Ind ., ( E . C . ) Jan . 26 . — Cold with a lluli snow , Wheat Is looking fine . Coin yielded from 40 to 50 bushels per acre and oals from 25 to 60 bushels . Clover yield was light . Hogs have been selling briskly at u \ - n tie . Cattle , have been dull . Good sheep are high . Eggs , 28 c ; butter , 25 c ; corn . 50 c cwt . ; oats , 31 c ; hay , $ 12 . Farms are selling at from » 75 @ 100 per acre . —H . H . Austin . Champaign Co .. O .. ( W . C . ) Jan . 30 . — Clear and not very co...

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

NOTES AND QUERIES . Summer Pasture for Pigs . — I have about two acres of clay knoll , one-half of which Is well seeded with clover to be pastured in the spring . The other half was in clover in 1906 , and heavily manured In the fall . 1 intended to seed ii to rye to be hogged off but excessive rains prevented seeding . What shall I sow or plant on this patch to get the greatest amount of hog feed either by pasturing or soiling ? E . F . W .. Lexington , O . —We would plow early In the spring and work the ground well to kill all weeds and conserve as much of the moisture as possible . An abundance of good hog pasture can be secured by sowing rape at the rate of 3 pounds per acre about the first of June . Let it grow through June and July and then pasture it oft , confining the hogs to small portions by hurdling , . thus preventing them from wallowing down and wasting any of it . If you should want pasture earlier you might sow half of the lot to a succotash mixture such as are becom...

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

OWN A FARM IN CUBA . IT will prodnce more than fifteen times as much as a farm In the North , because tho Browiuu season In Cuba la 365 days IOIIK . We guarantee you a clear and almolute title to the finest plantation on the Island , which we are selling in small tracts nt it price which makes It easy for you to own a profitable farm in Cnba . Tran- i portatlon facilities the best . Only a short haul to New York markets . Write at once for descriptive booklet , prices , term-, cheap rates , etc . TCKIGUANO LAND CO .. Majestic Kldtr .. Chlcatro . 111 . FOR INFORMATION :: ^; . . ? The Nation s Garden Spot Along the line of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad In Vlrclnin . North and South Carolina , Georgia , I Alabama and Florida , write to Wll RIIR MrHflY ^ r | « 1 u ^<» im m i K nAM <> t . ffllLDlin IflCUUl y JACKSONVILLE , FLORIDA . n OLD VIRGINIA FARMS .::: 1 Low Trices . Ullld Climate . Frex UliiBtratod i I nialoir . LarKcat list Farms In State . Thi...

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

TT„— --. FOIt . -ALK-Ono of the best 230-acro X ttl AAA f , irmM jn Southern Michigan . Will sell cheap to close estate . Full particulars on applicalmn . S . S . WITHINOTON . Adrian . Mlfhigan LVr Kenton shares—An equipped dairy farm with -1- herd of 20 cows and milk route . House , garden , lo . etc . Addresa F . C . BAI . I .. R . 2 , Mt . Voruon . O . Marylnnd Farms for Salo—Mild climate . Good productive soil . Now catalog jmt out . It s free . Address CQUKY A tH A KI . I-. S . Fedrralsburg . Md . For Sale-80 kwt- ^^^ Z ^^ An Ideal hnnia . lTrUoJAOOIt I . IKK . KIilgfvlllo . In . l . Per Suit 1—Good farm In Eusl ^ rii Iiniinnli and x SV .. stprii Ohio f .. r any pur | ioH . > r (» qnlr » il . J . E . > lol > i : K . V -r i ^ N .. rlli 7 i . li St ... KI . IIIIIMIHI linllann . CXCi acroii near Akron and St . car line . Good bldia .. * J soil . Irnll , otc . Price * 7500 . 100 otlur farm .. Fro .- li . l .. I . A . l . r . KSKIt . Akrnn . Ohio 100...

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