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How io Buy AGood Vehicle [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 February 1907

How io Buy AGood Vehicle And Save Money . Difference Between Buckeyes and Crazy Quilts . Intellisent fanners more than over realize that tho only legitimate price on vehicles is the mannf actnrora price . Nobody cares to pay two or three profits on top of that . But when you start out to buy at factory prices , you want to be sure you are dealing with a real manufacturer—one whomakes what he sells and sells only that which he makes . Of the scores of concerns claiming to sell buggies direct to consumer very few indeed are manufacturers . Here is where the farmer s ability to properly choose comes in . Some mail order houses buy from different factories the cheapest constructed vehicles possible—work no responsible factory would send out bearing the manufacturer s nameplate . This work is sold direct to the unsuspecting buyer who really pays two x » rotits , tho manufacturers and the seller s . Another class of concerns merely assemble parts of vehicles . Xhey buy cheaply con structe...

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A CIRCLE LETTER . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 February 1907

A CIRCLE LETTER . For seven years my fathers family has kept going what is known among us as a circle letter . For the benefit of those who may not be familiar with this term , and who may be induced to establish a similar mode of communication in their own families , I will explain it . Mary writes a letter to the family In general and addresses it to John . John sends it on to Will . Will puts In a third , and forwards it to Kate . Kate adds her own contribution of news , and sends it on Its way to Frank , who is last on the list . So , after putting in his own letter , he takes out Mary s , and returns the rest to her at the starting point , from which it makes its rounds again . Each person , after adding his own letter , destroys the one written last by the person to whom he is to send it next . Thus each family is enabled to read all that is written by the others , and you do not know , until you have tried it for yourself , what an excellent method it scattered proves for a l...

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BOOK NOTE . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 February 1907

BOOK NOTE . Baby Craft : Or , Just What to Do for the Baby . By Alice B . Stockham . M . D . 47 pages , 5 A by 7 V 4 inches . Flexible linen binding . Price 25 cents from this office . This is an Inexpensive pamphlet that should be in every mother s library . It tells briefly how to handle the baby , from birth up to and through weaning , discusses the common ailments , their causes and cures , proper feeding and training . It contains one suggestion that will be an innovation to many . but it is one worth trying , in the training of the Infant , for , successfully carried out . It means much less work in caring for baby as it grows older . Big Guns In the Navy . Some remarkable figures have been compiled on the armament of the great fleet of warships that President Roosevelt reviewed in the early fall at Oyster Bay . In this greatest American fleet ever assembled were 1 . 178 . so-called big guns . In one minute they could hurl almost 400 . 000 pounds of death-dealing metal upon an...

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Page 29 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 February 1907

IlNSis & Real ^ TSa FrccTrioJ ^ T ^ j ^^ v Mf Itlvely no notes , nor ^~^ Z ±± s ^** MJKl m ^ -A Ay one ceaof money mi AW required of free Inal of this bu ^ gy for 30 days . Mf # Y ° ° Try an Anderton m m with your money in your M fl nivkot Let ua tell you about our full ^» l » * - «^ .- t » o-year ( liurantee . backed A * by fSB . COO Rank- Bond . Write tor 110-pago AW lllublraletl catalog . The Anderton line AeJ m % Includes Busies . Surreys , Stanhopes , t ^ P Ml > lvlni : Waeiiis .. Sprini ;\ vnKOns , lony A ^ V m \ Vehicles . Carts , Harness , etc . ^ A * WlHE ANDERTON MANUFACTURING CO ., Clncb-isll , Mill . ^^ j «^_ ^ ^^ 9 TMnlMnit . STORM PROOF BUGGY Dry ^ rAam **\^ Mm *\ 8 ° Day siorms and quickly adjusts for 6 ne weathei—one buggy for every day . comfort all Ihe time . Your money back it you are not thorouclilvsattsfted . Write for catalog Q giving all details . FoutsiS Hunter Carriage Mfg . Co . 138 S . Third St ., Torre Houto , Ind . PMMHjrssgr * has...

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[HOUSEHOLD ) [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 February 1907

[HOUSEHOLD ) LEARNING A TRADE . In many homes ihe re are growing girls who are wishing they could learn a trade , or make some money . Their idea of doing either is to go away from the home . But money ran be made and trades learned right in ihe home , under mother s supervision . Unfortunately , however , in many of these homes , the mother herself is sadly lacking , not having been taught in her own young days as her mother was i . i- re bi ;¦ . and she has sonic ! inio a rut , and thinks From Table Talk s Illustrated Cook Book . MACARONI TIMBAT . K . — Instructions how to make it are in the above-mentioned cook book . Price , with The Ohio Farmer one year . J 1 . 65 : alone , $ 1 . she is too old or too busy to learn the necessities of economy in her own family . In such cases , the girl may do much to teach herself , if she is really in earnest . But in these times one must be very much in earnest , if success is aimed at , and it is always the earnest , conscientious one who at...

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TERRIBLE ITCHING SCALP . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 February 1907

TERRIBLE ITCHING SCALP . I Eczema Broke Out Also on Hands and limbs—An Old Soldier Declares : Cuticura Is a Blessing . At all times and to all people I am willing to testify to the merits of Cuticura . It saved me from worse than the torture of hades , about the year 1900 . with itching on my scalp and temples , and afterwards it commenced to break out on my hands . Then it broke out on my limbs . 1 then went to a Surgeon , whose treatment did me no good , but rather aggravated the disease . 1 then lold him 1 would go and see a physician , in Erie . The reply was that I could go anywhere , but a case of eczema like mine could not be cured ! I hat I was too old ( 80 ) . I went lo an eminent doctor in the city of fc-ne and treated with him for sii months , with like results . I had read of the Cuticura Remedies , and so I sent for the Cuticura Soap . Ointment and Resolvent , and continued taking the Resolvent until I had taken six bottles , stopping it to take the Pills . I was now ge...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 February 1907

Please Mention THE OHIO FARMER When Writing to Our Advertiser * .

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Page 30 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 February 1907

* 4 K^ fi POWDER Absolutely Pure A Cream of Tartar Powder , free from alum or phosphatio acid Makes Home Baking Easy

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Page 30 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 February 1907

!! The World Aghast !! with nft-riishmrnt that at last aflor coniuri « of patient tall nn . l Unlau » H « rt , AT I AVY • W | . « rim « Btatlnn and ¦ nvotiKation I . y a ft I Ww I mora acc . dont . a cur * , PJtOMPT . POSITIVE and PERMANENT liai nww be « n found f « r th . tt hi !> tt » enr of uiedlcal iiiimla , period . 0 fita—E [ ijle | i * j > —tnlling sickness This « iMiui ; vnc-j dr « ad « d malady to ir . Mchoroua in IU H UUIlt un si ant : lit , so [ d ! i !< - »» , m cruel and inthlioua In Its attacks that many of tho most brilliant niiinU uf tha aue-i in all countries ha . o succumbed to it In the pant , has now lound Cflll * t ( - > N * iUKKOft In th * already fatuouH remedy lUll HVM . m . ViO or better known as EPILEPTIC SPECIFIC , a mbaianco eontainirtc no opiate * and creating- no hahiti , and for the amirancc of ujuch tlooo . oo ) in » boon CD || CDCV deputed with Tha Citizen * Savings & triLtrOl Trust Co ., of Clo...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 February 1907

NEW CURE FOR RUPTURE Hew Scientific Appliance , Always a Perfect FitAdjustable to Any Size Person--Easy , Comfortalile , Never Slips-Costs Less Than Many Common Trusses-Marie for Men , Women and Children . I lend ll . On Approval-You Wear It—If You Arc Not SatisJ fieri . I Refund Your Money . I have Invented a rupture appliance that I can safely say , by 30 years experience in the rupture business , is the only one that will absolutely hold the rupture and never slip , and yet Is cool , comfortable , conforms to every movement of the body without chafing or hurting and costs less than many ordinary trusses . 1 have put the price so low that any per C . E . Brooks ; the Inventor . son . rich or poor , can buy . and I absolutely guarantee It . I make it to y .. inorder—send it to you—you wear it . and If it doesnt satisfy you . send It back to me and I will refund your money . That is the fairest proposition ever made by a rupture specialist . The banks or any responsible citizen in M...

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OUR PATTERNS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 February 1907

OUR PATTERNS . Price 10 cents . Waist and skirt patterns are separate , therefore be sure to si n . i ™ cents for a two-piece suit pattern . Order by number and title of pattern ; If for children , give age ; for adults , give bust measure for waists , and waist measure for skirts . Address orders to Pattern Department . The Ohio Parmer . Cleveland . Ohio . . The Ever Comfortable Kimono . Pattern No . 1591 . Sizes 82 to 40 Bust . There is a quaint attraction about the gorgeous flowered silks and bright colored crepes that Particularly adapts them to kimono use . though , of course , there are any number of other suitable materials . challies . cashmeres and cotton wash materials galore . Both the long and the short lengths are really needed , for there are occasions lo which each is best suited , and the garments are so inexpensive that any one can afford them . For the medium size the long kimono will require SVi yards of material 36 inches wide , and the short one . 3 yards of the...

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Page 31 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 February 1907

Why Dont You Trade in New York ? ¦ J ¦ ___ J ! rTln , and Save Sa ^ SiS ^ j ^ lJj ^;—¦»> Money on H ra » WS | affl & Da Everything ? gfl t ? WnnV ( gn > M cles for farm , homo Rfl < 3 S //| 6 V »^ S . acribotl , illustrated IsrSl jjgwByiA ^ JfJtill ^ i nt wholesale prices THIS 700-PAGE CATALOG FREE . Welches , Jewelry , Hardware , al ! kinds , Clocks , Silverware . Tool Cabinelt . Sweatcrs , Knives , Razors . Shot Guns . BiHes . Traps , Fancy Goods . Lamps , Revolvers , Cartridges , Books . Purses . Bags . Shells . Fishing Tackle . Fine Groceries , Seeds . Talking Machines . Paints , Oils . Varnishes , Farming Tools , Skates , Baby Carriages . Sleds , Incubators and Brooders , Sewing Machines . Whips , Ice Tools . Sleighs . Carriages , Wagons , Cream Separators , FreezStoves . Ranges . Washing Machines , ftrs , Electrical Supplies , House rurnish g Goods , Boots and Shoes , Mechanics * Tools . Opposite each article in Iho Catalog is Ihe l...

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Page 31 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 February 1907

Doing a Weeks Washing In 6 Minutes—Read the Proof THIS woman IB m-ine a 1800 Gravity Washer , money It will trove yon—you can toko plenty of I All sho hut to do is ko « p the waahcr uninu . tlmo to pay for it . A little piifli iHurtu It ono way— a Htth ) poll ray so much a week—or so much a month—as M briiiKri it bark— tho washor does tho rtKt . Baits you best . The clothes slay still—tho water rn-. li .-8 through * *> for tho washer as It eaves for you . and around them—and tho dirt i * tiik .-u out . * mnko you this offer been use I want yon to find In sli inlniites your tuhtul ol * clothes Is clean . Out for yourself whatu-1900 Gravity Wither will do . M This muchino will wash anything—from Jnco Ium willincto truntyou , because you can prob- I curtains to cornets , and ( jet them absolutely , ably yet trusted at home . And . if your credit ii PI Bnotlessly , speck Ie >•*!>¦ clean . good In your own town , it is just IIHKOCKI with me . J There limt...

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Page 32 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 February 1907

32—192 f ft ^ A m ^ ^ i ^^ TO fiJMBm / DID ! t ever occar to you that a rake / > ought to last for years and years ? M It is a simple tool . There s no clock * AM work about it Just steel and wood—Arfd if it is the right kind of steel—And the right kind of wood—And the steel and wood are put to- ^ M get her right — There ought to be no wear out to it . That describes all True Temper 1 1 tools—of which a conipleto line of garden and lawn rakes is an important part . They are the best tools you have ever bought at tho same prices you I have always paid —- Because they ¦ re manufactured In strict accordance with a well defined standard process by the oldest and largest manufacturers of farm and gar * I den Hand-Tools in the world . Ask Your Pea rFor I IRUEIEMPER Tools And they must prove true in quality . Construction , hang . niid temper unI der sevore tests nnd inspections before they are permitted to wear the True Temper label . • « . True Temper tools aro accurately I co...

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Page 32 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 February 1907

TriE OHIO FARMER . IWOHNST Otf BOOK ^ ^ ^ ^ M \ ^ MMW aL ^ AND THE WSI . < k $ \ aHilMWrt Numberfm V ¦ A ^^^ sa _ » «» i ^ the Mower /^ B »™ § 39 **^ breaking down MOWER W \ YSSaSKs ^* • ft . thats made , , Just w h o n tho ^^ \ 0 ^& 8 £ ^ % . \ i 7 w . a host of frlonclM irrass needs cutlinjr and - ^^^^^^^^^^^ Le ^ LW ^ \ \ * CK £ iSafc Y ft among farmers , delay menus loss . \ v \^ nai 28 s ! riV 4 \ U < v Yt A niachine , like The Johnston Book ^^^ B \\\\ x ™ iSSy # Jfc a . man . Is known describes the No . 0 Mower-tolls all I VMSRF ^ ^ -S ^ V . 7 a V , ¦ ¦ ti iwod points and illustrates features I \ WW ^ S 55 . That s why the ft every farmer will be Interested in . It \ _^ * » r Johnston Mower , * also describes our complete line of I \ _^ M \\ No . O makes frlonis-lts ft hot in tlie Trust % ools fur tho I ^ Baaa . X ^ aaBVJ I work recommends It to V up-to-date farmer . ForovcrSvrars I AM Mk ^^ W the man who needs a r * TOs \ > nama Jo...

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Page 32 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 February 1907

FEB . 16 , 1907 IFertilizer i Sower IHandles All \ fl u / f For Commercial } M J Broadcast Fprtlli 7 rT * // ill S \\ ToD-dres-IXIniuers // ,. ii » \\ ^„ gorBrlllUl , eoaraoorona . // f > III = Spreads to Mg . n e /~ //« 1 3 gSSiT „ IOW AND EASY TO LOAD . i „ B . r , 0 *? tlro ? • > rnttlnft . Quick chanuos from drill- ^« l « k « aS ^« 2 » Si M ^ S dMcrlpave circulars and teeUmoulal , ! WlUB Sp . ol . l Larg . Slxo . Sow . • F .. t a Inch ., wide . Belcher fi Taylor A . T . Co ., HH ^ 2 ° _ __ Ohlcopee Falls . Maw . I Wilh or CCDTII I 7 CQ Check Row Without rCIf I ILIlCri or Drill 1 Por Long Service ., Accuracy and Foil Equipment we 1 dlBtanee all eompotition . Led all others la ^ t season , from the Atlantic to Colorado . Hnndlea all commeretul fertilisers . Insures a full crop on thin land . Makes a better and earlier crop on good land . Dont Beat Yourself by Not Investigating . Ask for Fertilizer Catalog H . Moiled free . We build HlghGrade Wagons , Farm ¦ f...

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