ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Ohio Farmer Delete search filter
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 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
88,598 results
Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications , as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear . There is only one way to care deafness , and that is by constitutional remedies . Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube . When this tnbe is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing , and when it is entire . y _ closed , Deafness is the result , and unless tho inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition , hearing will be destroyed forevsr ; nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh , which is nothing but an inflamed condition ol the mucous surfaces . We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness [ caused by catarrh ] that cannot be cured by _ Halls Catarrh Cure . Send for circulars free . F . J , CHENEY & CO ., Toledo , O . Sold by druggists , 75 c . Take Halls Family Pills for constipation . / WE FIIVBYN / GLASSESV - TRIAL V >^ IAII > ^ ...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

i*********************\ THE . TIME TO GradeSeedCornand.clean CloverSeed&SeedGrain FOR SPRING OR FALL PLANTING , Is during the winter months when you have the time to do it properly , but you should have the best machine made to do this work . There Is no labor or outlay on the farm that will bring such large returns as thoroughly grading and selecting the largest and heaviest grains and . se ,-, is for sowing . The CLIPPER has been adopted and is used by the U . S . Department of Agriculture and State Experiment Stations as well as all the prominent growers of seed grains and seeds both for field and garden , which should be sufficient lo enable you to decide this point . But OUR GUARANTEE , 30 days Freo Trial . Solid Construction , Good Material , Price , and Air Blast Principle ALL PROVE the value and merit of the CLIPPER Cleaners , and are further and sufficient reasons for your deciding upon the selection of the most Important machine on the farm . TWO VALUABLE MACHI...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
I AGRICULTURAL I SCIENCE [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

I AGRICULTURAL I SCIENCE THE WINTER COURSE IN AGRICULTURE . OHIO STATE UNIVEBSITY . This course , which is now being given for the first time , opened on the seventh of January and has an enrollment of 136 students ; 133 of these are from Ohio and represent 59 counties ; two are from Indiana ; and one from New York state . The students will average about 23 years of age and range in age from 16 to 45 years . The preparation of these students is far above the average for short course students ; many of them are higli school graduates , some have been school teachers , and some of them have had college training and , with only one or two exceptions , all of them come direct from the farm . These students are kept busy from 8 o clock in the morning until 5 oclock in the evening with lectures and laboratory work and , in addition to the regular school work , a 4-oclock lecturer has been engaged for each day at which time some one from the University not connected with the Agricultural d...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THREEEPOCHSIN AWOMAN'SLIFE MRS . ELVA BARBER EDWARDS MRS- GEORGE WALTERS There are three critical stages in a ashealtby a child as can be found anywhere , woman ' s life which leave their mark Lydia E . Pinkham ' s Vegetable Compound in her career . The first of these stages w a blossln 8 to «& expectant mothers . " is womanhood , or the change from a Mrs , Elva Barber Edwards , of care free girl to budding womanhood , Cathlamet , Wash ., writes : Tlie second is motherhood , and the Dear Mrs . Pinkham : — , third is Change of Life . "I want to tell you how Lydia E Pink -Perils surround each of these stages , ham's Vegetable Compound carried me and most of the misery that comes trough the critical period of the Change of to women through ill health dates Life without any trouble whatever , also from one or another of these im- t ™™!^» lVr y ^ vere * emai 0 w . 8 a J tn « " . liortnnt nrkos * ca "" ot ^ 7 enough in praise of what yonr portant crises „ , ,. _ . medicine has done for me . " Women should remember that Lydla rxru ^ t T H . U ™ n , , r * ,. E . Pinkham's Vegetable Compound r Wla * Lydm E Pinkham ' s Vegetable made from native foots and herbs has M ^ Edward , towM ** l" * *? *** carried thousands of young girls over „^ ' ? d Z * A-,- fo * other wo : the critical period of publrty , has f 16 ? , ™ thelr ? °° d't > oii Every suf -prepared mothers for childbirth and Iq w " mM 'VIK Unjjed , State . fa later years carried them safel y %£%£ to accept the following in -through the change of life more sue- wlVr ? - „^ ' ^ ° g yoa cessfully than any other remed y in health and may save y ° ur hfe ' the world . Thousands of testimonials Mrs- Pinkham ' s Invitation to Women , from grateful persons , two of which Women suffering from any form of are here pubhshed substantiate this female weakneSff are ^^ 5 £ fact beyond contradiction promptly communicate wHhMi £ Mrs . George Walters of Woodlawn , Pinkham , at Lynn , Mass . From the n ^ itei . ! , u symptoms given , the trouble may be Dear Mrs Pinkham :- located and the quickest and surest i^^^Mstffi^i^iftgawa?°vecove/yadvised •outofh « hi done me in preparing for clUldhirth I 113 * T ol ^ e ° f el Pe ™ ence in treating After suffering and losing my children a ' emale ills Mrs . Pinkham probably friend advised me to try your valuable me- " as the very knowled ge that will jlieine , and the result was that I had very help your case . Her advice is free little inconvenience , a quick recovery and and helpful . During its long record of more than thirty years its long list of actual cures , entitles Lydia E . Pinkham ' s Vegetable Compound to the respect and confidence of every fair minded person . Lydia E . Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Wakes Sick Women Well . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

THREEEPOCHSIN AWOMANSLIFE MRS . ELVA BARBER EDWARDS MRS- GEORGE WALTERS There are three critical stages in a ashealtby a child as can be found anywhere , woman s life which leave their mark Lydia E . Pinkham s Vegetable Compound in her career . The first of these stages w a blossln 8 to «& expectant mothers . is womanhood , or the change from a Mrs , Elva Barber Edwards , of care free girl to budding womanhood , Cathlamet , Wash ., writes : Tlie second is motherhood , and the Dear Mrs . Pinkham : — , third is Change of Life . I want to tell you how Lydia E PinkPerils surround each of these stages , hams Vegetable Compound carried me and most of the misery that comes trough the critical period of the Change of to women through ill health dates Life without any trouble whatever , also from one or another of these im- t ™™!^» lVr y ^ vere * emai 0 w . 8 a J tn « . liortnnt nrkos * ca ot ^ 7 enough in praise of what yonr portant crises „ , ,. _ . medicine has done for me . W...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

GetTourOrderInEarly f For a Detroit Tonguelass Disc Harrow % Sold On Time—or For Cash ONSODAYSFREETRIAL Last year 1463 people waited too lone before ordering . We were all sold out—factory Cou < n t keep up and we had to disappoint these 1463 people by returning their orders , lust couldnt make Disc Harrows enough to no round—that sali . Why ? Well , if you are at all familiar with Disc Harrows , and will look at the picture in this advertisement , you will see some of the reasons why we could not make enoush to meet our demands There is no tongue to pound up horses—whipping back and forih . No pushing or crowding of the team on corners . No tongue weight to gall up the horses necks . No one horse pushing—and one pulling , on turns—just straight , even pulling ahead all the time . Perfect balance of frame makes Disc roil smoothly . Lightest draft Disc made . These are z / emot the reasons why we sold so many Detroit Tongueless Disc Harrow ! last year , mere are other reas...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

THE OHIO FARMER . 21—213 TheVitalQ2Lye^«yAreMade Iff(MudefiakefcR^t . -4 V The vital parts—and every part of the Theiskeins , by actual test three times daily f ^ k W m Studebaker wa ( , on—are made just right ! in our factory , have a transverse strength 25 % ^^ M That s why the Studebaker is the most eco- greater than that required by the United States ^ k AW nomical—costs you less per year . Government . ^^ LW They last longer—so the original cost is less The axles are % inch deeper than others , and ^ k M per year . are made from selected butt-cut Black Hickory , m M They need fewer repairs—so the repair cost is less air-dried from 3 to 5 years . m per year—not to mention saving in time . The hubs are extra large in diameter—made from S They are lighter draft—so they cost the best procurable wood . you less m horseflesh . The famous Studebaker slopeHorses cost more than wagons ; light GO tO 1116 shoulder spokes carry the largest amount I draft saves horses . _ _ _ of wood into t...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THE VALUE OF CHARCOAL [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

THE VALUE OF CHARCOAL Few People Know How Uselul il is io Preferring Health and Beauty . Coils Nothing lo Try . Nearly everybody knows that charcoal is the safest and most efficient disinfectant and purifier in nature , but few realize its value when taken into the human system for the same cleansing purpose . Charcoal is a remedy that the more you take of it the better ; it is not a drug at all , but simply absorbs the gases and impurities always present in the stomach and intestines . and carries them out of the system . Charcoal sweetens the breath after eating onions and other odorous vegetables , and completely neutralizes a disagreeable breath arising from any habit or indulgence . Charcoal effectually clears and improves the complexion , it whitens the teeth and further acts as a natural and eminently safe cathartic . It absorbs the injurious gases which collect in t ; he stomach and bowels ; it disinfects the mouth and throat from the poison of catarrh . All druggists sell c...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
[P0ULTRYAN »BEES1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

[P0ULTRYAN »BEES1 INCUBATORS AND BROODERS . When the old sitting hen that has been given every attention for eighteen or nineteen days , riseth from her nest , And like an Arab steals away , ones thoughts will naturally turn to artificial methods of Incubation . The last year we tried hatching our chicks under hens , we got 72 chicks from 364 eggs . The result of that season s efforts was what kindled our interest in incubators and brooders . So the mails were filled with requests for catalogs and , as was to be expected , each manufacturer proved most conclusively that his was the best machine . As we received some fifteen or twenty catalogs , the choosing of a machine was a difficult undertaking . Many kinds of wood and many different metals were used in the various riakes . Some were heated with hot water , some with hot air , and most of them seemed to have some point of superiority which the others did not have . The heating question was one which greatly influenced our choice ...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

GOOD POULTRY FOODS § are nucinnrv for big ponlfcry pro ( Ha . HARVEYS CUT ALFALFA and CUT CLOVER HAY Poultry ami Chick Foods of nil kimis , are bie profit makers . Send for FltHE Samples nnd catalog of full line of poultry nn . > pi . * * . Harvey Seed Co , 725 Ellicott SI .. Buffalo , N . Y . j & . ACREIDE ^ S FINE CATALOG M $ 3 m \\ % i 2 i 1 WT tolls nil about pure-bred poultry {• HP-Wl nnd describes and tlitistrntc-ft HO vnriefv ™ - / tics lit hrnulirul DRlarnl color plates . Olvofl rea13 t > 5 n mniiiMsj prices for slock nml eggs ; li » w to euro m ** * -0 L diMMes , kill lice , tnako mon-y . Tliis valuable VaaSZD book onlr loc . B . II . UUK 1 DKR , KUEKJI 8 , PA . Won Cup on S . C . W . LeghornsZ ™ *\ ™ entered nt 2 shows ; S 1 st : 6 2 nd . I 3 rd , 2 Itli prizes , fkls .. trios , pens . Al-n W . W . H . ( strain . Priced right . Booking egg ordora . M . Earl For real , R . 2 , Rutland , 0 . SVt K CGffiC » lnerl 5 . W per SO up . BUgleAB . l...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

mam J + SSL ^ H f \ From Barred . White ami f I _ I ^ aj . Huff Plymouth Rocks , Wt , mam ^ mri ^ ttA \ ^ a ? wyemdoHm , 8 . 0 , m-own and White Leghorns , gl . OU por 15 . Illustrated booklet free , FANCIERS STOCK YARDS . FRICKS . PENNA . Fiirirs t , rrv aawietOsW , is ea « . » i ., so r . r * i . BUT nh Plymouth lloeks , Huff Wyandotte .. Huff Leghorn- . \ null . Faced Black Mpu ISrcga !& r , 80 for # 1 . 511 . latalogueFree . W . B . BLalk 4 SOS , 11 ,-pi . I . H I . TOMIAH , OHIO Barred Rock Cockerels . Specialty for 22 years , Larue , growthy , vigorous to the skin . * - • O . NIXON , Lebanon , Ohio FCrCiS ?• R OCXS 15 , * l ; t 0 , * 2 ; loll . fl E . OOOs . C . » . l . l \ f . OI | 15 , . , 1 . 5 . 1 ; SO , tjffi RVm Mgh-scor tt ami prizo-wlirg stock . Some h rd et k fur sale . Try thorn , Prank Phillips , Black Ruu . o . RllS < 5 pll < S S ;! i ¦¦* Wl -LesWs . ll . C . U . l . Bcls . Ilnrred I 1 UOOCII 9 Ilyiuaulh lloeks , White Wyandotte , ...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

^ $ ^^ BuT S « , he P sie * s . 120 EGG MMBRP A Incubator Ever Made . I Bl ¦ ¦ * 4-50 Biy * » hc Best 100-ChIck Brooder . IBrancfaesljl Both Incubator anil Brooder , If . ordered together , cost but tui . oo . Double • St . Paul , IIP rases all over ; best copper tank ; hot water ; eolr rcfrulatlug ; snll . r . ollon nu . r . nleod . Unllnlo . Ourbook , Hatchlngt ncts , tclisallaboutlt . Moiled free . Write lor It . Kaunas Clty . y Belle City Incubator Company , Box 10 . Racine . Wisconsin .

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
NEST-BOXES FOR EARLY HATCH -ING . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

NEST-BOXES FOR EARLY HATCHING . We have always found it a very profitable investment during the early spring months to give special attention to the condition of the nest-boxes in which we expect to set hens for our early hatches . The usual custom is to have the hens lay in nest-boxes provided within the poultry-house where they are being wintered . This is a good plan as the eggs will not freeze , nor even become chilled and unfit for setting . This is our method and we endeavor to have all the winter layers about the place broken to lay in these boxes , for the sooner a hen becomes accustomed to a permanent nest , the better she will go to setting . However , the one very bad feature about these nests is that in so many houses where vermin has been allowed to congregate during the winter , great trouble arises when the hens begin , to set , as these lice will congregate and in time drive the hens from their nests . It is therefore essential to look after these permanent nesting p...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
FEEDING BEES IN WINTER . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

FEEDING BEES IN WINTER . Mr . H . H . H .. East Liverpool , O ., asks for information concerning the feeding of bees in winter . Care should be taken that each colony may have from 25 to 30 lb . of honey in the hive before cold weather sets in . September is a good time to see that all colonies have food sufficient to last until warm weather in the spring . The best feed at any time is frames of honey that can be set in the hive after the removal of an empty frame , but this can not be done safely in cold weather . Or . in case we have no frames of honey , what is the best way to feed bees in cold weather ? Liquid honey should not be fed in any case when the weather is cold . I believe friend H . H . H . is not the only one whose hees are in need of feed at the present time . We should advise him to take good thick honey ( extracted ) and heat until it becomes very thin . Then stir In all the pulverized sugar the honey will absorb . Then take up in your hands and knead it thoroughly...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 23 February 1907

A/fa r^^llS^fH . St-eqllpJipSk ? l \ ftvX ^ i ^ StejL j ^ gv * J ^ I KKN 5 CI !! X—S ^ y •^^^^ JeMua-- ,- —1 ¦ Jtgmmgv ThePayingHen is the one which contributes 100 eggs or more in a year , toward the family grocery bill . The sure way to have such hens , eggs in abundance , and a , lot of ready cash is to give a little of maHESS Poultry PAR-fl-CE-A with tho morning feed every day In the year . Dr . llessl oultryl an-a-ce-a is a tonic , tlie solo purpose and action of which , is to assist nature in the performance of necessary functions . It aids digestion , prevents disease , and semis the proper proportion of each food element to the organ most in need . It also contains germicides which destroy bacteria , tho usual cause of poultry disease . Poultry Pan-a-co-a is the prescription of Dr . Hess ( M . D . , D . V . S . ) , and is a guaranteed egg-producer . Entlorsed by leading poultry associations in United Slates nnd Canada . Sold on a written guarantee , and costs but a penny a d...

Publication Title: Ohio Farmer
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
x
Loading...
x
x