Elephind.com contains 88,598 items from Ohio Farmer
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,990 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Morgan Types . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 February 1907
Morgan Types . mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm * mwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm * iaammmmmi ^ mw ===- ^ mu—mmmm Special Article No . 3 The intending purchaser of a Morgan horse may be surprised at the vauety ot types , all ot Morgan breeding , that will be offered to him . So different have been the types of horses shown in some Morgan classes in Ver mont , that the management has seen fit to instruct the judges as , to what type they should make the basis of their awards . While generally , there are in all , certain characters distinctly Morgan , still these horses may be of all shapes and sizes and go all gaits . The simple fact that the type has been undergoing something of an evolution would perhaps account for a noticeable lack of uniformity at present . It seems probable that out of the present stimulus to the Morgan horse industry will come a marked preference for some one type , with the result that that will be the one selected to , most generally in the future . Today the demand for Mo...
Even Worse Than We Thought [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 February 1907
Even Worse Than We Thought Depositions Taller , in the Case of the Farmers Co-operative Harvesting Machine Co . Vs . The Lawrence Publishing Co . ( Concluded from last week . ) In the cross-examination of John L . Gilligan it was shown , from a reading of the minutes of the board of directors , that the 6 percent guarantee on class B stock , when not actually earned , was to be charged against the Whitely interests , with the understanding that as a consideration for the guarantee the said interests should be entitled to any accumulation above 10 percent in any one year . Class A stock was lo receive pro rata dividends earned on all stock of the company , without limit as to amount . It was also shown that the board of directors had placed the management of the plant entirely in Mr . Whitelys bands , and that this arrangement had continued , under the insistence of the board of directors . I lenry Broome , expert machine man , testified that he had been in the reaper and mower busin...
SUMMARY . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 February 1907
SUMMARY . A brief summary of the points in the testimony given above , and in last week s issue , will serve to show that The Ohio Farmer was not wrong in making the statement that resulted in the $ 100 , 000 suit being brought against it * y the Farmers Co-operative Harvesting Machine Company . As stated at the beginning Hie reason the article of Oct . 20 , 1906 , was published was in order to- reply to a large number of inquiries that were constantly coming to this office , concerning the advisability of investing in the stock of the company . These inquiries had been answered by mail up to that time , but so many reached us that in order to save time and answer all at once we took this method . The published statement was not made until investigation had convinced us that the company s business was not being managed conservatively and that the stock of the company would , therefore , not be a wise investment for farmers . The testimony given above proves most conclusively that th...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 February 1907
MM Lodge Button I In each and every pair of ^ Lj | t . l OVERALLS and JACKETS K TJf 20 ? P 9 are made in all sizes for K sSSC $ m , rien an J youths . For two Hoa . ^ . jjfllH reasons we believe they Bajgrngm I are the Irett ( We overalls 9 and jackets in the United BPv 77 / W | I States : First , because we ff \ 3 &amp;* j f $ o \\ make nothing ; else ; Second \ w r § rSB $ ill an ( principally because I BaRxtlei j I we putinto the making the Wx , SsaSy am money saved by not liuvIft- ^ c ^^ g ^ Jll Ing sidesmen , and you are BsW ^ ya ^ BB the man who profits by it . They willwearlonger . fit SffSSfSSSJ better , aiul look nicer than sSF ^ o . * / TSSM any other 50-cent overalls . M * ijmmi t / . H I Ask your dealer for ¦ R *^ SST 4 SJ them . If he cannot supBnl • ^»§ M Ply you with the Good-All-KVDryjl Over kind , we will send ML ^ - ^ JMMM y ° u , as a sample only , one KbgaaakaS pair of overalls or one jac ket tor 50 c . or both for r . * i-. o SM Let us know the lodge V J...
A HANDY STALK DRAG . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 February 1907
A HANDY STALK DRAG . The accompanying cut shows a convenient drag for breaking stalks in winter . The device is so simple as to need no description other than the illustration . The plank should be about three by eight inches , and long enough to break five rows . Taking an uneven number of rows enables the team to straddle the middle row . The manner of hitching is very simple and tan be made at any blacksmith shop . The rods should be bolted to the plank about four feet from the ends to prevent the plank from jumping . A rope may be attached to the plank near the middle to help guide it on sloping ground . On the lower front edge of the plank should be nailed an old wagon tire , with the worn side of the tire next the plank , leaving the sharp cutting edge down . This drag should be used in winter when the stalks are frozen . We have found it to be very satisfactory . —Subscriber , Polk , Ohio .
SOMETHING ABOUT OHIO INSTI -TUTES . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 February 1907
SOMETHING ABOUT OHIO INSTITUTES . The writer is an old time farmers institute worker . For some years he has not been in the Ohio work , and he comes back to it with renewed interest and finds many interesting things to note . He finds himself almost a stranger , too . Think of the Old Guard ! Ellis , dead : Terry , reared : Todd , retired : Brigham , dead ; KcKelvey , retired ; Palm , retired ; Wallace , retired , and so of a good many others who flourished when the writer was just entering the ranks , gone , dead , tired or retired . And some have gone up higher like Alva Agee , called to do great work in a neighboring state . Well , it was a good work that we tried to do , years ago , and what is the work like today ; how does it strike an old-timer , come back again ? The people seem much the same , I hough perhaps more teachable now than they were years ago , or else the writer is better fitted to teach , and maybe both are true . The audiences are still among the best and most...
BUILDING DEPARTMENT . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 February 1907
BUILDING DEPARTMENT . ( Conducted by John L . Shawver . ) PLAN NO . 67 . Small Barn . —M . V . H ., Huron , O ., wants plans for a small barn . We sub mit two plans about the size he wants with different arrangement of stables . Either plan may be varied , changing the horse stalls into cow stalls or into box stalls , or storage room for tools , wagons , buggies , etc ., to meet the needs of the owner . Either of these barns may be constructed in the locality named for about $ 400 . Free Seeds . —I enter a protest against the abandonment of Congressional free seed distribution . It gives general distribution to the best varieties of seeds and compels seedsmen to keep up a high standard . The opposition comes mainly from seedsmen . I am sorry to see The Ohio Farmer favoring the cessation of this practice . When we get seeds from the government we know they can be relied upon . We do not know this when we get them from seedsmen . They often send out old seeds . A . G ., Eagleson , Lor...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 February 1907
i \ % C Punc W I / OLD .. Ox \ V * • vMirt ^ Sl / DUTCH \ jy v /* it * i ) t aM Ws paocE :... c \ sr N% rSGT ^/ All lead packed in W 7 bears this mar * . Pure White Lead Paint Does Not Crack or Scale One value of paint is , of course , the improved appearance it gives to buildings , implements , etc . All paints look much alike when first applied . But the great and ir . _ ortant value of paint is as a protectoi and in this value various paints differ widely . Pure White Lead is the best protective paint because it gives an opaque , durable , elastic coat that does not crack or scale . To protect your property longest , paint with only Pure White Lead and Pure Linseed Oil . This Dutch Boy trade mark protects you against adulteration and substitution ; it appears only on kegs of Pure White Lead made ^ amma- ^ by the Old Dutch + pr »*^ Send for Book ^ fclESirtV . A Talk on Paint , X §* . * *&gt; . * 3 r * * *^ V g ! ve 9 Talnar &gt; lo Inform * - * KBK ~^ ¦ V V tlon on...
Thousands of Women Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect It . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 February 1907
Thousands of Women Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect It . An interesting letter to our readers from Mrs . Gertrude Warner Scott , of Vinton , Iowa . Vinton , Iowa . My trouble began with pain in my stomach , so severe that it seemed as if knives were cutting me . I was treated by two of the best physicians In the county , and consulted another . None of them suspected that the cause of my trouble was kidney disease . They told me that I had cancer of the stomach , and would die . I grew so weak that I could not walk , and I only weighed sixty pounds . One day my brother saw an advertisement of Dr . Kilmer s Swamp-Root , the great kidney , liver and bladder remedy . He bought a bottle at our drug store and I took it . My family could see a change in me for the better , so they obtained more , and I continued the use of Swamp-Root regularly . I was . so weak and run down that It took considerable to build me up again . I am now well , thanks to Dr . Kilmer s SwampRoot , and am kee...
SO . OHIO AND KENTUCKY . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 February 1907
SO . OHIO AND KENTUCKY . At present thousan of growers are busy stripping and preparing their tobacco for market . Meanwhile it is thought that the tobacco trust is pursuing its usual method in an effort to control prices . It is alleged that by contracting an occasional crop early In the season and at high prices they have sought to establish values beyond the reach of competitive buyers . Having thus established a high valuation they have suddenly quit buying and now declare the market of . Farmers , influenced by the prices paid a very few of their number , are holding for similar prices . The trust is lying In wait till the crop is all ready and till by force of circumstances a few growers are compelled to sell . They then expect to precipitate a landslide , buying practically the entire crop in a short time and at greatly reduced prices . Such is the situation as viewed from the standpoint of the grower . Opposed to this we have a determined effort on the part of growers to con...
ALFALFA IN NORTHEASTERN OHIO . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 February 1907
ALFALFA IN NORTHEASTERN OHIO . I have always had the same idea about alfalfa growing in northeastern Ohio that Mr . Chamberlain has held . To convince myself I decided to try it in a small way on a piece of naturally well-drained clay soil . The plot was in clover sod which had been manured with a light dressing of manure drawn direct from the gutter and spread on the ground in the winter . The ground was plowed early last year and planted to corn . The corn yielded one hundred bushels per acre . The field was plowed again the latter part of last April and was dragged over once . Then I let it lay until about the 20 th of June , when it was inoculated with sweet clover soil and disked thoroughly . It was finished up with a smoothing harrow which left it in fine condition . The lalter part of June I sowed the seed at the rate of 20 pounds per acre and applied with it , BOO pounds per acre of commercial fertilizer which analyzed 6 percent potash and 10 percent phosphoric acid . Both s...
INCREASING FERTILITY . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 February 1907
INCREASING FERTILITY . How can fertility be kept up and Increased without the aid of manure ? Would it be better to sell such land ( run down , and barnyard manure out of the question ) than attempt to bring it up ? Can . I practice the usual 4-year rotation , or what ? Shall I plow any clover under ? What fertilizers shall I use—bone , rock , mixed , or what ? What is the difference in fertilizing value of phos . acid in bone , rock , tankage , etc . There are many such farms . If we can not keep them up with profit we had better sell them . Dont advise pasturing . L . W . —The three chief things in maintaining and increasing fertility are drainage , cultivation and manure . In the absence of barnyard or , stable manure artificial fertilizers must be used . Drainage makes land porous and removes surplus water , and with thorough cultivation ( pulverizing ) , gives nature every opportunity possible . Use a good superphosphate , liberally , on wheat , and sow to clover . Once get clo...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 February 1907
m * T J % 1 1 Can Save a Lot nf Workl mj I I Ca Save a Lot of Mnnnv ! Can Increase Yuur Comforts ! % 0 WMW Can Increase Your I rnlils ! ArF ¥ \ ry ™« ro Interested In those thlnrrs MP m \ I pak we a n * 0 to MeU ( I J on our new book about ( NH ELECTRIC STE wL ,., \ vAXmW and the Jjfl / ELECTRIC Han ^ a « n More than n mllilua and &amp; quarter of them aro In use and several hundred thousand farmers eny thattlioy are the bent investment tlioy over made . Theyll save you more money , moro work , give better servico and greater satisfaction than any other metal wheol made—because Thoy ro Mado Bettor . By every testthoy are tho best . Spokes united lo the hub . ir they work loooo , your money back . Dont buy wheels nor wn « on until you read our book . It may save you many dollars and it s freo . ELECTRIC WHEEL CO ., Box 94 puinoy . Ills . ¦¦¦¦ ¦¦ ¦
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 February 1907
j ^^ ffffk ^ ood Wm . Henry Maule VfiS ^ flff f A BIC ^ ARDT EI TN \ m The year of 1900 was one of prodigal plenty on oorfl ^^ teed farms . Never before did vega- rs ^ M ^^^ -ssssk ti . blo and farm seeds return such mWfSQk f ^ g \\ Now we wish to gain C 00 , 000 new ^ BH ^¦ f J * S customers thlsyearaudlienceoiier ^ RS ^/ M * 1 pks . Garden City llrirt ¦ • 10 * ff \ y * ^ g \ 1 EarPt KmeraldCaaamber l , o 3 f If / * KI , lp 1 001 - Tomato • l &amp; o Clfl m r * f I 0 O 0 k-rofU corlonslr brand- iVa i ) ful Dower Mods - • - • - _ l * -tt yu ] L AHforl 2 op 08 tpald . nordertointTOS dune our warranted seeds , ami if you nm will send ICe we will add one package /« 9 of lierliner Earliest Cauliilower , to- / wHI B getter with our mammoth plant , CCWl nursery stock , vectaLIe and farm ^^ H § sitd ami tool catalog . tflG iV v T -8 ¦ rt , ; il ° P ia mailed frre to oil » 2 C ^/ WN ^ ntcn Kpurchasers . Write to-day . Wf \ fm . YYU . JOHN A . SALZERSEE 0 C 0 .. m M K \ UyW /^^ i , ^...
[ LIVE STOCK 1 waaaaaaaaMMaaamMaaaaaammmmmmmmmm ——* [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 February 1907
[ LIVE STOCK 1 waaaaaaaaMMaaamMaaaaaammmmmmmmmm ——* ( Concluded from first page . ) bit of fine plate won by Frank Allen , and Hinds Ethan Allen , with their get , at this show . As a sire Frank Alien has more than made good . His colts are uniform , much after the type of their sire , good sized and popular with the buyers . Besides buying a mare with filly foal at foot by Frank Allen . the government representatives are using Frank Allen with some of the mares in the Burlington stud . Frank Allen was named in compliment to Mr . Hinds * son Frank , who has stuck to Morgans while other brothers have sought greener fields . He is now associated with his father in the firm of B . D . Hinds &amp; Son . Fig . 2 is a photograph of Hinds Ethan Allen 4696 , owned by E . D . Hinds &amp; Son . In many ways this horse represents a type intermediate between the two just described . He does FIG . 3 . GENERAL GATES 4411 . not possess the extreme Morgan characteristics shown by Ga...