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Testing Milia [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

Testing Milia Special Article No . 4 * PBOF . JOHN W . DECKEB . Composition ol Milk . —Milk is com posed of serun made up of watei in which is held in solution or suspen sion , casein anc albumen , ash anc milk sugar , and in this serum , fat iu the form of minute globules is suspended . Such a suspension of fat globules is termed «» r , »\» vi ,, 1 r . I n « Pl »( , All i II CUIUIOIUII . ,. following table will show the percentage composition of the milk : Milk . —Water . S 7 v ; solids , 13 * . Solids not fat , 9 . 1 ;*; fat , 3 . 9 * . The solids not tat consist of ash , . 7 *; casein , 2 . 7 ?; albumen , . Ii ; sugar , 5 * . It will be noted that a distinction has been made , above between the milk serum and the fat globules . Fig . 2 is a reproduction of a photo-micro-graph ( a photograph through a microscope ) of fat globules . They have been magnified 100 . 000 times . There are about one hundred millions of globules in a drop of milk . The fat globules are lighter than the s...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
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EXPERIMENT FARM NOTES . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

EXPERIMENT FARM NOTES . Selling Crops—Financial Statement , —Mr . J . 11 . Keller of Huron Co ., O ., writes me concerning my recent annual financial statement In The Ohio Farmer , as follows , condensed : What we farmers want to know is what your farm would pay if you sold everything you raise on the farm at the market price , and not the price that peddlers and hucksters get , whereas most farmers must sell to a middle man or commission man . He also thinks I should Ke more than $ 1 . 50 per day for my physical labor . First , as to the last : I charged what 1 paid for the same amount of physical labor . Next , as to the first objection : My maple syrup was sold mainly to final consumers , just as it has been for 45 years without advertising except at first , because it is always nice , just as any farmer may sell . Seed oats and wheat were sold for little If any more than enough above market price to pay for the labor and expense of recleaning , sacks , sacking and shipping , and...

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DISK VS . MOULDBOARD PLOW . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

DISK VS . MOULDBOARD PLOW . In reply to our query in Jan . 12 issue as to the advantages and disadvantages of the disk plow compared with a mouldboard plow , we have received the following : We have used a disk gang plow for several years and find it of great advantage for fall plowing . It works very well when the ground is too hard and dry to use a walking or riding mouldboard plow . One man can operate four horses on a disk plow as easily as he can work two on a mouldboard plow , and can cover four or five acres a day . If there are any weeds or stubble to turn under the disk will do it without the use of a chain or hook . . We never use the disk for spring plowing as we like to reverse the furrows , turning it to the right in the spring wiili the mouldboard plow and to the left in the fall with the disk . We would not advise the disk plow for turning the ground for corn as the horses tramp the plowed surface too much . —Chas . Davis . Mercer Co ., O . I purchased a disk plow wit...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

IHowtoSave PaintBills Be careful not to use imitation paints , or substitutes for pure While Lead , containing clay , chalk , etc . They will surely crack , scale and fade , and cost more to burn off than they did to put on . CARTER Strictly Pure WhiteLead is most economical because every ctom is paint . Spreads best , covers most and wears longest . Gives any color or tint . Sold by reliable dealers everywhere . Send for our booklet , Pure Paint . Gives valuable information on the , use of paint , and saves you money by showing how to avoid worthless jm paint mixtures . Sent FREE with sis beautiful color schemes . Address Dept . C CARTER WHITE LEAD CO ., Chicago , III . I Factories : Chicago—Omaha . HHB0«aDBH WHAT DO YOU SAY ? I Several l . iiii « re . l ihrniuand fwmcrs say that the best . Invest mon t they ever made wan when they bought an ElectricHa «£go„ I Low wheel * , wido tires ; easy work . If fflit draft . I \ v » - ! l i . e . 1 you a set of tho bt-.--t etc-l wheel . I ni...

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SOWING CLOVER . —II . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

SOWING CLOVER . —II . I want to commend and emphasize the article under the above heading , in The Ohio Farmer of February 2 , by S . W . Burlingame of Noble Co ., O . It was most timely and practical . Last season was a disastrous one throughout northern Ohio for the clover seeding , because of the unusually heavy growth of wheat , which is most generally used as the nurse crop for the young clover , and the severe drouth throughout the months of May and June . Many fields now show less than half a stand of clover and I have no doubt that more than 50 percent were entire failures and were plowed last fall or will be the coming spring . This failure was from the unusual conditions we could not foresee or prevent . It is an undisputed fact that we lose more seeding from the drouths that frequently come at harvest time or di rectly after than from any or even all other causes and as Mr . B . well says , seed sown early , when the ground is well honeycombed so it falls in the crevices ...

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AMUSEMENTS AT FARMERS' IN -STITUTES . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

AMUSEMENTS AT FARMERS INSTITUTES . The writer has had the fortune . good or ill , to attend a great number of farmers institutes in his days , some in Ohio , and some in other states . This winter he has been at a number of Ohio institutes . He does not mean to criticise except in one particular , that is , the quality of amusement generally offered . Sometimes excellent music is provided , but he has been astonished now and again to see some quartet of young men or women , very often of young men , serious looking young men , sensible looking boys , who would sings songs with neither beauty nor sense in them . There seems in these later days to be created especially idiotic songs , devoid of any charm or sentiment , and these , curiously enough , are the ones most often chosen . It is a curious study in psychology to the writer to inquire why these especial songs are chosen in Ohio . In Canada , good , honest , sound , melodious songs are chosen and sung . In most states of the Uni...

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BUILDING DEPARTMENT . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

BUILDING DEPARTMENT . ( Conducted by John L . Shawver . ) PLAN NO . 68 . Farm House . —We would like plan and bill of materials for a house with six good-sized rooms , at a cost of about 81 , 200 . The downstairs to have a vestibule , large living room , diningroom , kitchen and pantry . Stairways are to lead from kitchen and living room and join at a common landing . The upstairs to have three bedrooms , three closets , and attic stair . The house to have two chimneys . —J . G . G „ Saltlllo , O . This is a very desirable , low-cost house with many desirable features . Sitting-room and dining-room are both of good size . There is a fair-sized reading room and kitchen and three fine large bed-rooms with closets and a large bath-room . This compact arrangement enables one to get the largest amount of room at the least cost . Bill Stuff . —50 pieces , 2 x 8 xl 5 ; 2 C pieces , 2 x 8 xl 4 ; 130 pieces , 2 x 8 xl 3 ; 12 pieces , 2 x 8 xl 8 ; 4 pieces , 2 x 6 x 22 ; 90 pieces , 2 x 6 xl ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

Strawberries , Blackberries , Cur » rants , Choice Gladiolus Bulbs . CATALOGpnrr M . Crawiord Co ., CUYA ., OG 1 ; A U . S , OB . O . t < 3 Irm SEEDS Send Outs , dl I Clover , Alfalfa . Alsike , »¦»¦ » Gra 89 seeds . Potatoes . Ask for free ratidfie . aamplea nnd jirk-es . EIKENBERRY BROS ., Camden . Ohio m . m 9 af — REST SEED FOR SALE . M lilo J % I + * - * | tO for . ample ., price , and Ml Till Id FREE >™ , £ » « J . E . WING & BROS ., Box 20 . ^ ^ Cf ^ ° ™<> - _ * W a TC * SENSATION— 23 bu . per a . Ita \ A I ^ a % n • . viiir . AIsij aocil com . Snmplea , ^ fii \ I ^^ cata . lrco . Then Burt * Sons . Molrose . O . Dllr I As . saa . fs Calalpa Spec .. RUB . Hiill-erry . 1 y * ar D IK . LOCUST , trrr .. $ 5 par 1000 . Black . Whin , and En ,. Walnul , thcslnnl . Asll . Maplo . All kinds forest Irons cheap . I riceli . i . T . G . BR OS ! US , Tillin , Ohio . Mammoth Medium WBA- ^ CI OVA & nil field seeds . Sampl...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

THEY MAKE JEEMMjgP ^ W TRUSTWORTJlX ^^^ ll * *** COrffANIONS 3 S ^ ^; g _ ^ // v / St JBsH luKlW STEVENS FIREARMS STAND BY A MAN Made for father , for son—for service . Our new boy s rifle . Liltle Scout , No 14 , at $ 2 . 25 is a marvelously fine firearm for the price . If your dealer cannot supply , order direct from us . Write lor Our 140-page Free Catalog Any man or boy interested in 6 rearms will nnd it full of helpful information on hunting , proper care of weapons , notes on sights , ammunition , etc . Why not write to us to-day f Send four cents in stamps to cover postage . For six ccr . ts in stamps we will mail you OUT artistic letv-color lithograph . It is an attractive hunting scene worthy of space on any wall . d . STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL CO . 195 Pine Street Chlcopee Fade . Mass .. U . S . A . PotatoGrowers WANTED To send for Dibble s Farm Seed Cnlaloe . dosorlbint onr throe new bllEht-reslstlnic potatoes , an early , intermediate nnd late , prononnced by over 200 farmer...

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GETTING A STAND OF ALFALFA . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

GETTING A STAND OF ALFALFA . Subscribers from Walhonding and Ft . Jennings , O ., ask for information in regard to getting a stand of alfalfa on black and gravelly soil . The method is the same as that used on clay ground . I know the difficulty , however . Foxtail and bluegrass grow thick on black ground and the first year the alfalfa grows spindling , especially oh a field where it has never been grown . Manure makes the foxtail grow ranker but it stimulates the alfalfa to a greater degree proportionately and so should be applied . Then plow deep—deep enough to turn up some fresh soil If possible , not so foul with seeds . Sow in early spring with some beardless spring barley . using a bushel of the barley and 15 pounds of alfalfa seed to the acre . Sow with a drill and cover the alfalfa seed either with the drill , or , better , by a subsequent harrowing . Most land in this state will respond to applications of acid phosphate . We get big returns from the use of 200 pounds of aci...

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MANURE PIT FOR FARM . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

MANURE PIT FOR FARM . How should we manage barnyard manure where corn stalks are fed out of doors or thrown out after being used for bedding ? How should we manage horse and cattle manure thrown into an open yard ? We feel that present profits will not justify roofing the yard . We usually thresh from 15 to 40 acres of grain and stack the straw with a blower . We let the stock run to the stack during the winter and if they do not tear it down , we do . When should we haul it and should it be put on orchard ground Or on ground intended for wheat or corn ? Some advocate burning the straw . Is this advisable?—C . E . , Ney , Ohio . Barnyard manure is subject to two sources of loss ; the leaching out of its fertilizing constituents by rain and the chemical actions involved in heating , during which the nitrogen of the manure combines with hydrogen and passes off into tho air as ammonia gas . IE manure is kept in a basin , the bottom of which is made of puddled clay or cement , there can...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

$4.00to$8.00 PerAcre That s What a Good Spreader Will Do if Used as It Should Be - Write Us And Iff V ftll Hauls 125 load 3 ot manure to IT I Oil aa TC spread we will tell you how you can increase the value of your crop 1 Ins year more than enough to pay for a spreader . We issue a 64-page book which explains the whole situation . A Manure Spreader will bring you bigger and quicker returns than any other three Implements you have on your farm . A . | Bs Q | . || is not a theory , it Is an actual UUl r Idll fact backed up by IS years actual experience . Tka Dun ) , will bo sent to you free . It I 116 DOtDK is worth $ 100 . 00 but won t cost you a cent . If It does not do you any good , it won t do you any harm . Its brimfull of valuable Information . A Manure Spreader Must Be Made Extra Strong . Dont buy alight spreader . Dont buy a spreader that has a pine pole and pine frame . Dont buy an experiment , a machine that has been on the market only a few years . Dont let any manufacture...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

jP^WriteMe ^JAPostal ^ fl^HforaPrice \ W & Mt * : > iri iif \ • / Sa >— Quote me prices on HaHHaff -MF your Split Hickory Vehicles . i ™ V it I Tha , s all you need to do . I mMWS ^ TFl ^ l wlu scntl you free ray big 1907 ¦ B ^? J !« 5 » i XI f > Plt Hickory Vehicle Book . It ¦ E § K # * / is biff « cr nnd better this year MmHJ $£ > i && $ C * nan evcr before , and contains asm : £ &^ - \ photographs of over 125 Split wBfr m Hickory Vehicles—also photo- ^ agftftM *^ m graphs of n full line high-grade m Harness . I will quote you direct Mc \ ^ prices from ray factory which will rakTA / save you from 30 % lo 507 e rm Hlch < mMge \ yfCrado Splltrlickory Buggies . all / l SeU DirCCt t 0 YOU \\JmWon30Days9 WFREETrial ^ My My bid Bafjiry Book nlvos all kinds of informs . V tlon—howliiKh-gro . lobiUTKioaareuiride . howtUer MO upholstered , how t \\ -y oro trimmed , how they ore p &amp...

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. LIVESTOCK [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

. LIVESTOCK SYSTEM ON A STOCK FARM . The regular routine of winter work on a stock farm is worthy of attention . More work can be done and with greater ease if done with some kind of system . But this is not nearly so important as the fact that all stock will do much better if a regular system is used In their management The younger the stock the more necessary it is to do the work on schedule time . At Six Springs Farm the calves are drinking their milk at 5 : 30 A . M . They are then fed grain , and all the horses , cattle and calves are given hay . As sheep are not like owls , they will not be disturbed until daylight . Some farmers object to using a lantern in the barn , but if careful there is not any great danger except in rare cases of explosion ; a neighbors barn was burned that way two years ago . I never light a lantern in the barn . Breakfast over , milking begins at 6 : 15 ; after each cow is given credit In CHAMPION OALLOTVAV STEER , rKTrarsATioNAi .. 1906— Owned by the...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

IF YOU SEED A MEDICINE , YOU SHOULD HAVE THE BESL We ask you to consider the fact . that although there are hundreds of preparations advertised , there is only one that really stands out pre-eminent as a remedy for all diseases of the kidneys , liver and bladder . Dr . Kilmer s Swamp-Root stands the highest , for the reason that its remarkable curative power has been proven in thousands of even the most distressing cases . Swamp-Root makes friends quickly because its mild and immediate effect is soon realized . It is a gentle , healing vegetable compound—a specialist s prescription for a special disease . Swamp-Root is not recommended for everything . A sworn Certificate of Purity is with every bottle . For sale at all drug stores , in bottles of two sizes—fifty-cents and onedollar . I Sample Bottle o ! Swamp-Root Free by Mail i In order to prove what Swamp-Root , the great kidney , liver and bladder remedy wiil do for you , every reader of The Ohio Farmer who has not already tried ...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

/ MfJ ^ N . to give satisfaction . WM * SM iHs *^ - ^^ L ^ Jasv - ^* ^^ fcl GOMBAULTS CAUSTICBALSAM A safe , speedy and positive cure for Curb , Splint , Sweeny , Capped Hocfc , Strained Tendons , Founder , Wind Puffs , and all lameness from Spavin , Ringbone and other bony tumors . Cures all skin diseases or Parasites , Thrush , Diphtheria . Removes all Bunches from Horses or Cattle . As a IIVMAX REMEBT for Tihe . iin . iiUm , Npriilna , Sore Throat , eta .. It is Invaluable . Every bottle of rnuallc Balaam sold Is Warranted to pi ve sat Is fact ion . Price 1 . GO per bottle . Sold by druggists , or sent bv express , charges paid , with full directions for its nee . Bend for descriptive circulars , testimonials , etc . Address THE UWaiNCB-WILLUMS COMPANY , Cl « 7 « land ( Ohio . Lump^Ei iJaw711 The first remedy to ^ 5 f- * S . ^ YiL ^ E euro Lump Jaw waa ^*^ Ci *^ H Fleming s Lump Jaw Cure I and it remains today the standard treat- I mont . with years of success back of it , I know...

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