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

BUY- IN GERS -DLLS — BEST MIXEDPAINT Direct from Factory . SAVE 50 c . a gallon . All Colors . Endorsed by Grange , la use 63 YEARS . Satisfaction Guaranteed . Write lor Prices , Samples , and INGERSOLL PAINT BOOK , all about Pain : and Painting 0 . W INGERSOLL . 236 Plymouth Street , Brooklyn , N . Y . WAIMT . F . rt —A good , steady , sober , num I b-aVr single , industrlons farm hand to work on farm . Give references , age , nationality -and wagos expect . id . Address P . 0- MTKIXK- K , It . 3 . Oornopoli * . Perm * . TfTorif pf l—Man to work on farm where straw * ** € * x * ucu berrio 8 are rnffced , giving chanee to learn the borry business . Boy old enough to handle team and plow will do . Good wages and good homo . RIOHAKD PHILLIPS , E . 3 , Columbiana , Ohio . ^ IA n P ° r N AI A R Y Pmld , w kl * En « getlo v \ U II Mnnlh *»*¦¦¦« n I man In cncli county to rei > - v Hardware Dopt . EitabUihd builnou . Expense money in advance The Colombia Homn . M . y . a . Chic...

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THE WEEK . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

THE WEEK . Leading Events . Casualties . —Railroad disasters and accidents to passenger boats , as well as casualties from other causes , are becoming quite common occurrences , and the resulting loss of life is awful . Since the first of this year the accidents have been unusually numerous . Of the more serious ones may be mentioned : Jan . 2 , 35 persons killed near Volland . Kas .. on the Rock Island line ; Jan . 9 . six lost In ship collision Off Dover . Eng . ; Jan . 10 It men Hilled in a blast furnace explosion , Pittsburg ; Jan . 14 , 1 , 000 killed in Jamaican earthquake ; Jan . 19 , 13 killed in Big Four Rv . wreck , Fowler , Ind . ; Jan . 20 . 19 killed by powder train explosion , at Terre Haute . Ind .. Jan . 2 S . nearly 200 miners were killed In a mine explosion near Saarbruck . Rhenish Prussia ; Jan . 29 , about 75 men were killed In a mine explosion near Fayettevllle , W . Va ; Feb . 20 killed in a mine explosion at Thomas W Y . i Feb . 11 , steamer Larchmont sunk by ...

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NOTES AND QUERIES . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

NOTES AND QUERIES . White and Yellow Corn . —What is the relative feeding value of white and yellow corn ? Some claim that yellow corn is worth one-fourth to one-third more . S . A . W .. Cardlngton . O . —Color has nothing to do with the feeding value . The oil in dent corn makes the color . The skin or epidermis is transparent , and the color of the oil shows through it . In white corn the oil is colorless , but it is chemIcally the same kind of oil that gives yellow corn its color . In red . purple and blue corn , the oil Is practically the same , but the epidermis or outside covering gives the color . The percentage of oil in both vellow and white varieties varies from 6 to 11 percent . In selecting seed corn , choose the variety that is most perfect in type , whether white or yellow , and adapted to your climate or latitude . The protein in corn varies from 7 percent up to nearly 15 percent . This percentage can be increased by selection , fertilizing and culture , especially b...

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INSTITUTES NEXT WEEK . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

INSTITUTES NEXT WEEK . OHIO . Feb . 25-26 , Creston , Delphos , Mt . Orab , New Berlin . Philo , Solon , Wakeraan , Wa \ nesville . Feb . 27-28 , Ankenytown , Centervllle , Kalida , North Rldgevllle , North Springfield , Pierpont , Tuscarawas , Wamsley . PENNSYLVANIA Feb . 25 . Hegins . Roseville . White Valley . Feb . 25-26 . Media , Juniata , East Springfield . Feb . 26 , Pinegrove . Knoxdale . Pleasant Mountain . Feb . 27 . New Ringgold , Canoe Creek , Horntown . Orson . Feb . 27-28 , Concordvllle . West Green . Feb . 28 . Winwood . Perry Church . Snyder . Feb . 28-March 1 . Poplar Run . March 1 . Starrucca . Newton Square . March 1-2 , Conyngham , Union City . March 2 , Uniondale . WISCONSIN . Feb . 26-27 . Jackson . Town of Silver Lake . Hayton . Feb . 28-March 1 , Armstrong , Denmark , Franklin .

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AGENTS WANTED . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

AGENTS WANTED . We want an active agent at every postoffice , and allow liberal commissions for subscription work that you can do in your spare time . Send for complete supplies , terms , prize list , Ittc ., and start now . Address The Ohio Farmer , Cleveland , O .

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SAVE YOUR FRUIT . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

SAVE YOUR FRUIT . Use Disparene , the best preventive against all leaf and fruit eating Insects ; codling moth ( both broods ) canker worm , tent caterpillar , grape insects , potato bugs , cucumber beetles . Easily mixed with water , does not burn the foliage , and rain will not wash it off . 2-lb . glass jar $ . 60 5-lb oak pail 1 . 25 10-lb . oak pall 2 . 25 25-lb . keg 4 . 75 100-lb . keg 18 . 00 Prices are F . O . B . Cincinnati , Ohio . Shipped by freight or express . See article by Dr . W . I . Chamberlain , on page 2 in this Issue of Ohio Farmer . Send all orders to The Ohio Farmer . Cleveland . O .

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MONEY FOR YOU . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

MONEY FOR YOU . You dont need previous experience to take subscriptions for The Ohio Farmer . We furnish all supplies free , pay you a liberal cash commission , with daily and weekly cash prizes , and you can do the work in your spare time . Send for free outfit and see how easily you can build up a good paying club . Address The Ohio Farmer , Cleveland , Ohio . Calendars are In season every day in the 365 and every home should be well supplied with them . How frequently the question is asked . What day of the month is this ? and how common a sight it is to see people pawing over a pile of papers looking for the wayward almanac ! Aside from the utility standpoint many calendars are very artistic and attractive ornaments . This can be very well said of the beautiful calendar of the De Lavai Separator Co .. 74 Cortland St .. New York . The picture Is reproduced In the colors of the original pastel by the famous artist . Philip Boileau . It will be sent to Ohio Farmer readers , free , ...

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

B.&B. mohair suitings Did some exceptional Mohair buying—another case where cold cash talked to the point to an overstocked importer—and you get the benefit of these fine Mohairs underpriced . Dollar and $ 1 . 25 , 44-inch Mohairs , 75 c a yard . $ 1 . 25 and some $ 1 . 50 , 54-inch Mohairs . $ 1 . 00 a yard . Some 54-inch , $ 1 . 50 Mohair Suitings , $ 1 . 25 a yard . All fresh and new and all as good styles as we could get , no matter what price wed pay . Line Stripes , Checks , Small Broken Plaids , Loom Plaids , Loom checks , Mixtures . All the quiet tones you wan : — Grey , Green , Tan , Blue . Brown . A specially interesting offer of 54-inch $ 1 . 25 Blue and Brown Mohair Suitings with White line Stripes , 75 c . Good big lot of these Mohairs , but tbey will not stay here long at these prices just at the opening of the season . BOCCS & BUHL DEPT . 18 , ALLEGHENY , PA . g==iaHousePaint ( fi |^^ . _« Z ^ J | 95 c Per Gallon 111 vl TTJaTTTO •§! Ill Made of...

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FERTILIZER VALUES IN OHIO . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

FERTILIZER VALUES IN OHIO . A reader asks how he can form a close estimate of the money value of a fertilizer by Its guaranteed analysis . The State Department of Agriculture annually fixes a scale of values for the various fertilizer elements . This scale is published with the annual report ol fertilizers licensed for sale in the state , together with the analyses of BU ! i fertilizers as determined by the Department chemist . Of course it is innDssible to fix prices at which fertilizers can be sold uniformly at all places and under all conditions , but the values given by the department represent the cost at which the materials should be put together and sold at a fair profit , and they serve as a scale for commercial comparison . They in no -way represent the agricultural value of the materials as that depends upon the nature of the soils and the needs of the crops grown . Following are the values given in the last report : Mixed Fertilizers , Dissolved Bone , Rock Phosphate . — ...

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CATTLE OR SHEEP FOR FERTIL -ITY . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

CATTLE OR SHEEP FOR FERTILITY . I have a farm of 157 acres which is considerably run down . Sixty acres of this farm is tillable and aside from its depleted fertility is well suited for raising corn , wheat and clover , and I am raising these crops in a three-year rotation . The crop end of the proposition , however , is not what Is puzzling me . The remainder of the farm , consisting of about 100 acres , is gently rolling woodland somewhat overgrown wilh bushes and partially set in bluegrass . Thus you will see that about one-third of my farm is made up of run-down fields and the other twothirds of fairly good woodland pasture . Now the question is . what kind of live stock had I better raise with a view to restoring the fertility of my fields—cattle or sheep ? For various reasons , dairying is out of the question , and my choice must lie between beef cattle and sheep . The latter would be my preference if I thought they • would best serve my purpose . But although I notice that Wi...

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NOTES AND QUERIES . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

NOTES AND QUERIES . Hog Pasture . —What forage crop for hogs can be sown this spring , to best advantage ? I want it for spring pigs . How would cow peas do ? H . A . D ., Richland Co . . O . —Cow peas make good swine pasture , but the swine should not be turned in till the peas are full size . Hence , to secure pasture for a length of time the peas should be sown at intervals , in plots , to secure a succession . Sow first as soon as the ground is warm , then in ten days or two weeks , etc . If you sow broadcast , use one to one and one-half bushels per acre ; if drilled in , use every other tube of drill , and use half bushel to three pecks of seed . Rape makes very good pasture . Make a fine seed bed and sow , early , and at interval !* of two weeks . Broadcast , use 3 to 5 lb . seed per acre , and cover with one harrowing , with a smoothing harrow . Turn in the pigs in 8 to 10 weeks . You can also get pasture from peas and oats , or a mixture of oats , rye , barley , wheat , etc...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

TF^™w^Sho.uldKnowj M ^ M Economy is but another name for profit . IT you want to learn how much H extra profit your farm can be made to yield you , send for the Empire Wagon H Book . It shows what real saving of time , labor nnd money means . This ^ M WM book sets forth the true value of Empire Steel Wheels and tells how to con- ^ M ^ m vert an old narrow tire , high wheel wagon into a new indestructible one by ^ M JEMPIREr^ Steel Wheels . This book shows how a fresh plowed field makes W mmk \ Mlwm \ W as easy hauling as a macademized road . Tells how to save horse ¦ ° ^^ l , ^ ! fl flesh and man labor ; il explains why tlie Farmer s Handy Wagon I fflv ^ wwie ^ i ^ p * costs nothing for maintenance but the price of the axle grease . I ¦ ( £ S {| Oil This book will put money in your pocket—will more than save I ft EcSw £ 3 §^ aS > 8 i § II the price of a wagon . Scud for a copy to day . Its free . ^^ ^^^^ . J ^^ MmfmmM ^ MmVMM ^ M JustAskforOurSPECIALPRICE On.hisCHATHAMFan...

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

That our American rorests abound In plants which possess tho most valuable medicinal virtues is abundantly attested by scores of tho most eminent medical writers and teachers . Even the untutored Indians had discovered tho usefulness of many native plants before the advent of the white race . This information . Imparted freely to tho whites , led the latter to continue investigations until to-day wo have a rich assortment of most valuable American medicinal roots . O <> ¦<&¦ Dr . Pierce believes that our American forests atfcspd in most valuable medicinal roots foil ibe cuffsaof most obstinate and fatal diseases . It we ^ olNd properly Investigate them ; • ntl InJrSfJti ^ iMrrtui of this conviction , he DohUcrvlth prio >~ j » ihc nlmnst marvelou .. [• im ! f fTpi-lfl by hi 0 ° Moilleal Tilfjr-. ^ v ^ rv » wbjej ] baa nroven Itself lo be tl » i inns \ ptilflpnt siomnTh innIP . liver InvigQIHinr , heart ton | p and regulator , an...

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Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

S CANCER OF THE BREAST CURED How Mrs . Rodman * Life was Saved _ , _ BURLINGTON , K J ., NOT . 11 , 06 . DR . L . T . I . RAGII , Indianapolis , Ind . Dear Doctor : —I write to testify to the curative powers of CANCEUOI , for the treatment of malignant disease . 1 was aflllcted with two cancers of the r . Klit breast , and after a pert ?! stent and stubborn light , can mill . fully pay that both cancera are cured My breast is entirely healed up and my genera ] health Is good . Let mo thank you for the-Interest you have taken In me . Though I cannot express my feeling In words , my Inmost sentiment ismore than kind towards yon . I iliank the ( iood Lord for Riving you tho knowledge to make eucli a wonderful remedy CANCEROL has proved He merits In the treatment of cancer . It in not In an experimental stage . Records of undisputed cures or cancer hi nearly every part of the body arc contained In Or . Leach s new 100 page book . This book also tells the cause of cancer and instructs in...

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Page 17 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

llUMIiTf.ffiMlrFn ^¦ pMsaBg ^ hHlBHip Iffj ^^^^ a 8 l M ( - _ - « ¦ ¦ im ^ P- v A fiT-jiB MM m ) Q ^ —p % r ~^~ j HB ^ K , l ^ £ iti ^ T *^ : v ^^^^™^^^** HotSetTiresHoldMolineWheels intheFirmGripofSteel WE set Moline tires Red Hot in the tire to each wheel by actual and acca . goodoldwayofthewheetwright . rate measurement . It costs more to do it , but it After being welded , the tire is unipays in wheel durability . formly heated in a furnace . Next he The latest thing in wagon making is slips it over the wheel . Then he trues the cold tire-upsetter . t up on the wheel plane and immerses This modern method is in almost » ta water that is not too cold . universal use . Its much quicker and * Sg ^ I he tire gradually contract ,. Incidentally it ruins the wheels . Did < ^ ^> I oVt ^ traTnin ! , , must be sufficient W j 7 Vjjr ~ W ^ A ^^ i ^ l i ^^That s his picture to a point where it ^ ^ £ —3 ^ £ It s warm work . but he enshows twice the dish wanted in the fin-...

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I MARKETS I [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

I MARKETS I - OUR CHICAGO LETTER . Chicago , 111 ., Feb . 19 . 1907 . RECEIPTS . Cattle . Hogs . Sheep . Received today 27 , 000 54 . 000 30 , 000 Same day last year . 2 $ . 535 62 . 338 81 , 728 Received last week . 61 . 491 178 . 367 81 . 295 Same wk last y r .. 60 . 996 178 , 981 83 , 390 Cattle have been selling largely at much lower prices than were paid In January , plenty of sales showing reductions of 60 @ 75 c per cwt There has been extremely free marketing by feeders , and the receipts last week came too largely at one time , 32 , 374 head being received on Monday . Extremely bad markets were experienced during the early part of the week , and prices declined sharply under a slow general demand , upward of 10 , 000 head being carried over unsold , from day to flay . There was a rally of about 10 c by Thursday on small receipts and a better demand . Were it not for the fact that Eastern shippers are in the habit of doing their buying mainly on Monday and Wednesday , it woul...

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

Mr . BARN BUILDER . YOU WILL MAKE A BIG SAVING on J / OOT Hardware , siu-h as nulls , Hay Carriers , Baru boor llantjors mid Track , Paunt and lUmflng . Your address on a postal eaid will Kit onr special price list . We will also send you our Monoy-Suv-Ins Grocory Prlcfl LUC THE CARVER BROS . CO .. STRASBURO . 01110 . PURE . MAPLE . SYRUP Famous Western Kesen-e Quality . I guarantee to ship all order * ri-ooivcd before March 10 th at the folio wine prlCOf : New 50 gal . oak bblK . @ 85 c : cases of six 1-gal . screw-top cans < ¦ $ 1 per gallon . Cash with order . . Satisfaction and safe delivery Koaranu « d . Koforenccs if desired . D , B . HTJSTKD , Mantua , Ohio . True Paragon CHESTNUT Seedling Trees ! One year old . for sale . By mall , postpaid , well wrapped and packed , to yonr door , at the following prices : 20 c each . $ 2 . 00 per dozen . S 12 per 100 . <; . K . SOIlElt . IfOwlsllllrv . tTtilnn fr . P « i » 1 4 M > R SA I . K—Several Imndre...

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