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Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1908

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Publication Title: Farm Press
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Page 22 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1908

-ftfffiiPIII BKS eL to take hairs off face , neck , arms , etc ., W ~ JT tnRFVER IHAVETHEtnllE SECRET , Write /¦ JMBT I^ FAT PEOPLE I WillSendYou aTrialTreatmentEree , 1 -M . I can redaoa yoar weight Thrse A-Tr **** -, to Five Foands a Waek and turn af / Ma m < Sm \ 111 hoal 1 lnfc > - , bl t h *^* Si . mM 1 j # M 1 W _ Tnk tai aluggtehneu Into BOUTtr , and 1 H ^ SBI I » relievo that feeling of fullnew and b . — Wall oppreHlon or P * - *?* ; , 1 * ¦ • K n * s . ^ f * ff dlRestion and aasimllatlon . Ho fC 11 % diita-tetul dieting or atarration , IX IV no exercising , no naaieatlng -. J . *^ a ^ - _^ . druga or Bickering •¦ m ***** ^^* ai >> v put * tnat rain the ^ af ^ ^ A . . ^ m * Mr stomach . I a ** a —W ^ mr X re * - praethlog atr ^—W \ pbjaleian and a spo . M ^—T 1 cialiat ln tho aucceM- ^ L e . ^ g - * H & L ^ A ful reduction of aa . mm ^^ m ^ . ^ i ^ mmmW ^ m ^ B ^^ m ^ S perflaouefat , dyne * - * MWrS ^ St ^ mm ^•• a- - ...

Publication Title: Farm Press
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 22 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1908

ECZEMA 7 T » H CUSCD . My * - i * i , s alIa- > f 2 yi ! £ ! P £ . S m PJLVIt Ws -5 | Sr ? SAllPI . E J >* 0 TeJ It . STOfS TH » **«»»> So ea * wTZstv ? wurra MOW-TODAT . DR . CANNADAV . 193 Park Square , Sedalia , Bo IFITC CURED ^ -lu ^^ ^ f ufo ^ rtoS El I O you do not pay our small jJrofesslonalft-J F ¦ W & cS ^^» totleA Oerman ^ Hj— . Instltul .. 70 S Walnut »! .. K » HS * S CITY , ms . RHEUMATISM « tlinr l *< where doctors fall . No mornUne , cocaine , as CURED otte ^ urion . drug , to - ^ sot ^* £ Ug 3 E ed under tho Pure Drug Act . SerialHo . 0 . J ^ 3 SSadiixam ^^^ oV ^ Ca ^ i ^^^ fl ^ - KURII-A CHEMICAL CO . 46 Olmroh St . Quamf . HI .. P-a . Klieumatism Positively Cured To Stay Cured . I have an absolutely certain and safe cure for rheumatism in all its forms , which I will send to any address , post-paid , on receipt of price , $ 1 . 00 . Sample tube , enough to prove that it will cure you , mailed to any address fre...

Publication Title: Farm Press
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Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1908

W ^^^\?& ¦ V- ^ «* ^ . . i _ ¦ March l 9 l Back of Ihe Ban t Rook —— NIIs the TubularCream Separator II USs ^ SI ^^ ^ ^ dollar of the farmers and dairymen s money in the banks of this country represents hard labor I I HlllsffiSsll . and wise economy . It represents head work as well as hand work . But it is a fact that the farmers I I TlCT ^ ^ mS an ( * dairymen whose balances in the bank are the biggest are not always the men who work the fl I OfflJEEzf nar < ^ est w * - tn their hands—nor even the ones who farm the most acres or milk the most cows . They I , Iggggp are mostly the men who make every movement count by employing the latest I I MK . Am \\\ r \ appliances and the most economical methods in their work , They are the men fl jMJ ^ tf ( H ^ i \ who make mind master over muscle . Much of their wealth is therefore the fl B Vly / O ^ s ^ sHi ^ V ^ . ts- ^ s ^ sMKsw resulto * f economy—the saving of what others fl I SS t ^^^~^ Mm \\\\ a \^^ Mms-- ^ ^ -M ...

Publication Title: Farm Press
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
April will be our Big Special Dairy Number [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1908

April will be our Big Special Dairy Number Every aubacriber should make sure to get this valuable number and preserve if IMPROVING COUNTRY SCHOOL GROUNDS By K . A . Frahkiin I waited and by way of getting into conversation I asked him what kind of flowers they were . I dunno , he : said , It is sum foolishness th gals got inter their heads over to th school an nuthin vyud dp but I mus spade up at strip an work in a lot o good rotted manure an phosphate an sum nasty smellin fertilizer stuff they hed gin to em by th teacher . Well , I said , You have a very pretty posy bed to show for an hours A School-Hou * that I , Naturally fig *^^* * ^ c cTp ^ ^^ ET-3 small village . Nearly all the pupils are farm «*««• , ^* SJS when theold log school house ocfSd . No one planted the trees , they-were jus ¦ »« ° wed N « ° *™ e ™ n remember whether it was ever cupled this site . The ground in the £ ¦« » J » , »« 5 j 1 ° the land is first-class in every respect It plowed or not . The grass Is never ...

Publication Title: Farm Press
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1908

PUBLISHED MONTHLY BV . FABM PRESS PUBLISHING 00 . 237 FIFTH AVENTJB CHICAGO , III . SUBSCBIPTION PEIOE . One T « ar ¦ . 25 Cent ! The above rate includes . the payment of pottage by us . AH subscription ! commence -with the issue on press when the order is re- * BfliTfld . She Data on the address label shows the time to which each subscriber has paid . Thus : Mar ., 1908 , means that the subsenption .. is paid up to and includes the Mar . number ; Apr ., 190 *) , means up to and including Apr ., number , and so on . ... * Wh «* - t / renavrtilg your subscription , do not lail to say lt Is a renewal- -Also give your name and initials just as now on the yellow adress label ; dont change lt to some other member of the family ; if the paper Is now coming in your wife s name , sign her name . Just as lt is on the label , to your letter ot renewal . Discontinuances . — Subscribers wishing their paper discontinued should write us to that effect and pay up all their arrearages . If this is ...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
i l * -tl--a * -t'M ) - * Mte ^ Current Events l ^ lwlwh . l ^ Vn »» l « ! wlwl « tn '« totMXgJSlH < H > HlHlHll-lHlffl [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1908

i l * -tl--a * -tM ) - * Mte ^ Current Events l ^ lwlwh . l ^ Vn »» l « ! wlwl « tn « totMXgJSlH &amp;lt; H &amp;gt; HlHlHll-lHlffl Vfl &amp;amp; arcfo J5 I 23 I 29 J fl &amp;gt; 0 n / 2 9 16 23 30 j IGueSi _ JLJ2 . il ^ i lL 1 I »^_ _ 4 _ ili 8 25 ! M ! j I * Cbur ^_ Aili ?_ 26 jT I fttj _____ 20 27 ¦ iXr ll . gat ,. ¦; . [ Tl 4 2 vl 2 ^ , | ^ fe-fo afri ft ^ ^ ^ Representative Henry , of Connecticut , has introduced a bill in Congress to provide a parcels post service on rural routes . The bill stipulates that parcels weighing up to two hundred pounds and in size as big as a barrel shall be collected and delivered by rural mail carriers , the charges tp be as follows : Eight ounces , one cent ; one pound , two cents , eleven pounds , five cents ; thirty pounds , or one-half bushel , ten cents ; sixty pounds , or one bushel , fifteen cents ; 100 pounds , or one-half barrel , twenty cents ; 200 pounds , or one barrel , twenty-five cents . These charges , of course , ...

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i msB ^ fasmstBimWksWk ^ Farm Press Comm ent [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1908

i msB ^ fasmstBimWksWk ^ Farm Press Comm ent BULLS AND BEARS OF WALL STREET A CORRESPONDENT wr . it ing about the co-operation of bulls and bears in Up-to-Date Farming puts it in the following comical way : The bulls and bears of the market exchanges are like two fellows passing np and down stairs to and from garret ! and cellar . They are both bulls and both bears , depending on which way they are going . They never travel together , bnt always pas ? each other in the • buddle—each - goes up a bull but comes down a besr . The Trail is loaded but the ; bear is empty . The farm crops -are . in the cellar , where the dumpers have piled them , and where they command a very low price . The empty bear getB in and loads up at the lowest possible prices . He then starts up . He IB ¦•• bull now , and every step he takes he wants a little higher price . In the middle he meets an empty bear coming down . They stop Ion * enough to gamble a little on the price , and then each goes on his way . ...

Publication Title: Farm Press
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1908

Ci ^ FOR A MILLION AVL Mention this paper and send ^ m \ Mlten cents sUverorstampsfora ^ m HI six months trial subscription ^ - ^¦ Ito Farm Faees . Chicajeo , L J ^¦ Acri-nltni-a paMit la Um BBt-Ua JCWW-rt H . U mUU ^ nrc » Mleiiti . Thro . mamamt w snbscrlpUom for 25 c A-Mnsl __ Ms \ m rT * ** BM . 0 HI 0 AB 0 , IUIKOIB .

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1908

SUBSCRIBERS NOTICE Please note the date on the wrapper in which this paper is mailed . If your subscription has expired or is about to expire , please send in your renewal at once , so that you will not miss a copy of this paper during the year . We have some big things in store for you . Renew your subscription now and dont miss a single issue . The Editor

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1908

••¦*&amp;gt;•** - *• JTJVEV-DO o iii nf Qimmmiii HARVEST j iilm RIPE grain waits for no man . Today these machines are more popular than ever . The loss of golden hours in the field means the loss This means that they have steadily led in improvements of golden grain and the loss of golden profits . trom year to year , thus holding the place they have estabSo the profits that you make from your grain de- lished M the standard - pend upon your harvesting machines . in order that these machines shall continue to be the Trouble and tinkering , breakdowns and delays through best , the International Harvester Company pays more than unreliable machines would mean the loss of time and money $ 350 , 000 a year to more than two hundred men in its Depart—would mean needless expense and worry . ment of Improvements . You cannot afford to risk your profits on doubtful har- By working together the manufacturers are able to erect vesting machines . an ( j maintain Experimental Shops and Labor...

Publication Title: Farm Press
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I The Dairy for Profit ! [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1908

I The Dairy for Profit ! THK HAND CREAM SEPARATOR By H . M . Balner , Colo . A UTHORITY on the subject of farm dairying will agree that any farmer who milks five cows or more and is either selling the cream or making butter of it , needs a centrifugal hand cream separator to secure the best profits . The hand cream separator , -working under favorable conditions , does not leave over one-twentieth of a pound of butter fat in 100 pounds of skim milk . The gravity systems and dilution separator methods of securing the-butter fat will leave , under favorable conditions , from one-third to three-fourths of a pound of butter fat in 100 pounds of milk . According to these figures , a farmer who uses a hand separator and milks 10 cows , which produce 60 , 000 pounds of milk a year , would lose in the skim milk but 30 pounds of butter fat a year on the total amount of milk . By the other methods he would lose from 200 to 450 pounds a year . Figuring butter fat at twenty cents a pound , ther...

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1908

^ iik m ~~ // 1 f Uf W * « Rmil If- * / - IWagon II Jmeels 1 l- == - IM turn easily—loads ill l ^—uJ seem lighter and 111 l ~ Er ly teams work with less | Io IT e ^ 0 I * w * , el 1 ***** are \ I coated with 1 JMien iAxle Greasei HEEll Bert uibric * mt for lie purpof-e U * ff = ll ever used . Powdered Mica ( , | lr * 5 ~ H i in the grease form * a gW- 1 , 1 \—— \\ \ like coating on axle which /(» l =-l \\ practically destroys foe- J \ jj Y B , \ lion . A-t the dealer and LI 1 - \\ \ dont be without Mica / Aw 1 uA Ade Great-: for a day . f \ JJ \ ° W /\ STANDABD 0 H M 4—\\/\ COMPANY / l » \ - * = ft / lV OatariwM )^ Mjl Ulr ¦ a ^ CIPARAJOR ( BBBsmW HAVE YOU SEEN OUR LATEST 4 JBS IMPROVED IMS MODia . ECONOMY ¦ dM ) CREAM : SEPARATOR ? Built on the ~ £ BW lowdowr . order . * taf * y running , staple % B ^ K— ^ beyond comparison . Skims . to a trace . MasWafs , The easiest running , closest skimmers , HSU strongest and by tor the . }*&amp;amp; **&amp;lt;* £ ltlU &amp;gt; k s...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1908

• ^ V ^ FOR A MILLION ¦ \ Mention this paper and send Bit en cents silver orstampsfora . affllU * months trial subscription ¦¦^^ ga f—^^ Bt -aBlto Farm Press , Chicago , Km ^ m ^ m a m i m ^ m r ^ m Ws aat ot ii W « tC * sat best edited IVI U *] ¦ mjW / iP i ! M &amp;gt; ani P » P * - * &amp;lt;¦&amp;gt; Ox Kiddle I Yin * 1 j | Wywf ****** H » lf mUlloaiwdan . Throe I V * Bi || MI 7 sobMriptitms lor * Be . - Addreu I ^ sg ^^ B ^* lM *« i raiaB . c-noAso , ma *** - * ***** .

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