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BEEF PRODUCTION . What Does it Cost to Raise a 450 Pound Calf . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1906

BEEF PRODUCTION . What Does it Cost to Raise a 450 Pound Calf . • Copyright 1906 , By H . W . Mumford . THE question , What does it cost to raise a 450 pound calf ? is one which has been raised a multitude of times in the minds of the beef producers of this country . It has been raised in the East , in the corn belt , and on the range . It requires but a very superficial study of the subject to become convinced that the cost varies widely in different sections of the country and under different systems of management . It is not our purpose in this paper to discuss the cost of range bred calves , but rather to discuss what are commonly spoken , of as native calves , leaving range bred calves for a subsequent article . . Nor is it our purpose at this time to attempt to show the cost of rearing skim milk calves , but to confine this discussion to the cost of raising calves where cows of pronounced beef breeding are maintained solely for the calves which they produce , the latter being ...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1906

ACENTS | j ? or Mend-a-Rip W A N T E D W Greatly Improved . Better than ever . want r \ tgp Does . 11 kinds of llftbt _ . n < l httvj JfJfil TKjST ^ MgY ^ cost m __ jUme » a year . A per- ° -Bl i-99 Can M- % SJk f-ct nand Sewing Michlno and Riveter ¦ KkV JBfM ueo g _> 3 W combined . Notice tbe Auiomatlo s-pcjr ratt _ iH _ H » - _ m boivyjr whlch makeB nc 8 t * Ten ¦ litchin * ? ° % l W 8 _ ffl-BB _ r f - *« a © alio wit means a . sale . Agents mane ¥ ifflltil 8 Hfl > - end . S 3 to $ 15 a day . One agent made ISO flrrt V amWiaamw i „ nnd write * to hurrr machlneB to hltn . VtVe forBpe * lalKU-prico . J B . FooteFoundry Co . Dep , 421 Fredericktown . O ( T / te Great Agents Supply Houss ) llSS k , lOYttSv ^ inXFOffllllfiE rW * Zm \ S u 3 gfi Paves one-third of the fuel . r _ iL ^™___«^ 3 WK 3 Cheaper than stoves . Easy to l __ -ffi- \ S A 6- ? - _ S- *\ i inst - Thousands In use . The P __ - _ kf _» WjK 5 # li \\ only furnace giving perfect raHIif-X _...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1906

GREAT STOVE OFFER WONDERFUL REDUCTION IN PRICES . A Stoves reduced to prices beret-faro j- L unknown or unthought of , w rn PCIITC buys this wonderful . ^_^__ - __ Vv Utniw value , new , high _^ === _> — 3 a grade 1907 Model Airtight Sheet _> - .. JiBi-ieiS-. Iron Heating Stove . Large assortI . S-ToJflB ment ol other airtight beaters at t irri 5 liiMM correspondingly low prices . WonE Ililffil _ -Tl-. dcrful price reductions , astonishing BJMHSISI ! .. offers , all shown In our new Special . fwlI-ffl-Eal Free Stove Catalogue . Write for I--1 H ! O 1 BW-- ^ --1 our ^ ree Stove Catalogue at once . T KBPPHB $ li 03 this HQ 9 JL Oak Heating Stove for coal or H ^ aHRMr wood ; has every up to date fca- ^__ Mnfl |_| ture , perfect fire control , one of ~^ ¦ EBiri-M the very handsomest , strongest _________! and best oak heaters made . Our _____ n _ Bfw new line of oak heaters of all _ H _ H K--9 kinds , the wonderful price reduc- J _____ 3 ___ K <^ . tlons...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THE OX- EOT FLY [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1906

THE OX- EOT FLY I T was formerly believed that the parent hot fly deposited its eggs on the backs of cattle , on the hair , or attached them to the skin , and that the young larva , on hatching burrowed through the hide and gradually developed until they attained full growth in a eell immediately beneath the skin . Dr . Cooper Curtice , who has made very FlO . l .-Affypoderma Kneoto—female , nat . oral size indicated by side line ( trom Insect Ufa ) . careful and interesting studies of the life history of this insect , has shown that an entirely different course is followed . The facts obtained by Doctor Curtice have been supplemented by investigations , more particularly of the egg-laying habits and first stages of the larvae . Very early in the spring , as early aB January or February in southwest VtO , 8 . — -3 j / p . d-rma llneata : a , second stage of larva from back ; b and c , enlargement of extremities , • a , Ventral view of third stage with details of extremities at e and...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1906

There is no satisfaction keener , th & -i being dry // / and comfortable ill LStAM-L t when out in the f / sfWQamSt hardest storm / 4 ^ HW ? 7 P / . YOU ARE SURE d ^ mSiWk OF THIS IF YOU TOTT | * . Bm l WATERPROOF _> / , jR _ fl 8 B • OILED WmBmrnW CLOTHING ^ JWWT BLACK OR YELLOW SU \ M -ML On sole everywhere _ f Ay ^ -Z--i ° i ;& £ . S ? AZ ? g % lio % & ZA % & W \ - M- SEND us m A COW , m Steer , Bull or Horse hide , Calf , Dog , jwS « lWB | Deer , or any kind of hide or . kin and _ ftSo _ S _ 3 __ . let us tan It with the hair on , soft , E __@ H ____ F light , odorless and moth-proof for R S HB B TC H robe , rug , coat , or gloves , and make K M V _ K | them up when so ordered . maM ^ MSA Avoid mistake , by getting our oat- M ___ KHH ^ S alog , prioes , . hipping tags , in . truo- 1 S _ 3 E 9 R _^ H . lions and Crosby pays the freight 1 * M £ S _ 3 jfl ^ H olfer , before shipment . We make and trc ___ HH _ H . ell Natura...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1906

If MT til ° lcn lneacn Btate to travel , Uff BM I tU distribute samples of our ~¦¦¦ a arnam g 00 _ 8 anj ^ tOti advertising signs . Salary $ 80 per month , fS per day for expenses . Saunders Co ., Dept . C , Jackson Blvd ., Chicago

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Orchard and Garden . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1906

Orchard and Garden . ALCOHOL FROM POTATOES . By a Southern Planter . NOW that the bill authorizing the removal of tax from alcohol has passed Congress and become a law and will , on January 1 st , 1907 , become operative , it is time to consider who is to be benefited by this great piece of legislation . In the first place let us consider who ia to get the credit for placing this law on the books ; eliminating the active representatives in Congress , who had the bill in charge , and who voted for it , simply because they did their duty , for which no man is entitled to credit , we find that primarily the farmer is entitled to the greater part , if not all of the glory ; singly and through his granges , he practically dictated the vote which was to bring him such great benefits . Next came the manufacturer of various articles who saw in cheaper alcohol , lower costs on his finished products , and a consequent greater profit to himself . No consumer of hats , varnishes , furniture , s...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1906

CTADK TREES ARE FAMOUS __\ l L + V ^ wherever planted ; are planted fill everywhere trees are grown . Free • egr Catalog of superb fruits—Black Ben , King David , Delicious , etc .-StskBn s , L- _ -bna , Ko . E . J . WATERSTRIPE Livestock and Real Estate Auctioneer . Graduate American Auction School . Write early for dates . CLARENCE , MO ., R . F . D . No . S . DONT BUY GASOLINE ENGINES £ SSSs alconol engine , superior to any one-cylinder engine { revolutionizing power . Its weight and bulk are half that ot single cylinder engines , with greater dnrabtuty . Costs Less to BUT—Less to Run . Quickly , easily started . Vibration practically overcome . Cheaply mounted on any wagon , it Is a eomblnatlonportable . stationary or tnet __ a engine . Saw ra . C _ . _ ---Ow _ L __ XBI- I _ -JttPI _ -. _? . DMP - CO ,. Mir * .. Meagher and lath Sta .. Chloa __ o . THIS is OUR FlOT-THlBb TSAB .

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
¦ •¦¦• , * THE BED SALVIA . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1906

¦ •¦¦• , * THE BED SALVIA . By Hiram H . Shepard . Photographs by the Author . A MONG the popular American home decorative plants that have ac- • quired distinction for their high value , both as individuals and for use in . mass effects , is the red salvia , or scarlet sage , as it is locally known by many . This beautiful and interesting plant is growing more and more in favor , both with the general public and landscape gardeners , because of its decided individuality of shape , color and size , making it so highly valuable in tho beautifying of home grounds and landscapes on a large scale . Arranged with other plants in a color scheme , the gardener is always sure of his results , because tbe blossoms are always showy and deep red , the fiery flower stalks rising above the mass of foliage like spires and sentinels , and the plants , under ordinary conditions , are oval and solid .. They never straggle , but always stand prim and erect to the last . Bed being a primary color , ap...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1906

, - it It , a - .- Have You Heard About t CROFTS & RtEITS \ Club of 10 IJto e D |_| M JmMeeeWAaBaMmMAMmm — _ - _ - _ — _ —• W B ^ Bwkaaaaaa \ a \ MMMm ^ Here la an III _____¦¦ - ________________¦ t easy way , to /__| ____________ . _____ Bet beautiful /¦¦ R | l _ l ________________ . ________ useful , up-to- /__ . ____________________________ date , home „__________ M __________ M _^___ I furnish Ings l ^_ H __^ 39 I _ UI __ --H such as this ^ B ______|^__^__ n ___ l ______| chair sbown \ Ma \ Mm \ w *\ ________ H _ B _ ll _ i _ l __ . J here , with * \___^__ n _ BI ^^_ iBU _____ l ___ r ° J _«••»_ . Ml ^^^______ -a ____ j ___ M _ H ____ r , cost . We pan ml ^ mW ^** * wBWr ___ r . of lQPlan J _ S P IH AaT 1 which means ~^~^ . VetaJtteT tr . atbygettlngrilneofyonrne . gb- BBr ___ ff i ? l ] fla so 9 > n . forming a aVeW ^ •• Olnb of ixen -o buy every- ^ ^ i day household necessities , suohfes teas , leoffees . soaps , baking powders , flavoring ; extracts , ap...

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1906

« FREE HK ! Handsome Fur Scarf s &?? * d «« v ^ rt JSM dressy , and U the very popular style which the UlusifflSS 0 , V ! , l J ? ? kno . w yu W b * »» oi » than ES ! f e f-, 3 il l l , H . P to ¦¦ e | e _ 8 » nt !» r and thoroughly SSiSOtl ! Ti . * lve J * rs ofwthlactory war . The only reason that we can offer then Is that wa had 5 wKi , . lf _ , , S . f | • - np 0 , • ** __• ••^ hig manufacturer during the dull summer monthi , when he could afford to quote us a very low price . This Is the only reason mat we ara able to give you such an expensive premium . | Send yonr name and address and Extra -Present we will send you at once 21 pieces of our new a well A rt Jewelry , con- A ^ aW ^ aWWW elating of Real Gold-plated Articles ABBmMBBt Worn by the very best people . MMMMMBMW Kvery one will gladly buy one or W M M SBB W more of these at ten cents apiece . ____ H __ B __ K Beturn ns the $ 2 . 40 collected and ________________ k we will immediately send yon this V ^^ fl ^ ...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Poultry for Profit . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1906

Poultry for Profit . DRAUGHTS . By H . E . Haydock . I T is highly important that a poultry house should be free from draughts . A fowl usually selects the same place on the perch to roost each night , and if there is a continued stream of cold air blowing upon her , trouble is almost sure to follow . Sometimes the cold resulting from such exposure will only be a slight one , again it may develop into something more serious and others of the flock be affected by catching the disease . In a case of this kind the current of air need not be a large one—a knot hole , a parted seam in the boards , or even a nail hole has been known to be suf- • • ficient cause . It is well to examine the poultry houses carefully before real cold weather sets in . The cool winds of fall will search out the openings , if any , and they are easily discovered and repaired . Another important thing in regard to draughts is to look for them close to the floor . During the winter , when the fowls are confined t...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1906

The lamp is yet to be made for which I haven t made a chimney that fits . MACBETH on lamp-chimneys means fit and freedom from all chimney troubles . A MACBETH chimney doesn t break from heat . My Index gives a fuller explanation of these things , and may be had for the asking . Address , MACBETH , Pittsburgh .

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 November 1906

I D ] , ¦ I 100 Worlds Best Reds for sale . Boosters $ 2 . to # 10 . each . Hens # 1 . 50 to $ 10 . The hen that lays is the one that pays . Get some of my RHODE 1 ST MTV BEAU LANREDS They won 29 out of 30 premiums last year . I sold the highest priced Rhode Island Bed ever sold . Fowls scoring up to 94 ^ - Write your wants . M . A . Cromwell , Gilbert Sta ,, ( a . - wMjmMMMim HJJC ^ Wives and Mothers I ________ I If yon have a loved one whom yo-I wish I \ ISXSA I to cnre of Drinking , I will gladly tell yon I M 5 _ i _ L tree ot all cost just what I used to cure I I * S HW > __ L my husband , who drank for over to I Iwn ^ -li ff- ^ stm 3 rears > Write me ln confidence , I l ^ -ill It 11 fm an . Haraaret Anderson IK 98 ____ L * 5 89 M I > , e AT & . H _ Ub _ n ~ . H . T . ¦ . r \ l \ A * m . ! -.-. ll -JLUIU l ! . » U U . ^ WELL DRILLING MACHINERY 1 ° America . We have been making It for 20 years . Do not buy until you see our new Illustr...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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