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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1908

^ F?^ AMILLION Immm W B \ m \ Mention this paper and send laa m flat ¦ l t ? n ceuts Bllrer or stamps for a sflflj m . mW BMlslxjnonths trial snbscrlptinn teB ^ Ba--aflB » - -aaaaBVBllt 0 Ita Press , Chicago , VmaAaT m a \^ A m ^ mt m S JJ 1 . bl « * M * » nd bast e-Iited Vai HJ . I BV , # T / i , t i . c * ll l rml Papas la tbs trliddle 1 ^* 1 l li r * Wf Wait , Bait million readers . Three > k * Je s BJ * flBB *( flKr anbaciiptloiia for J 5 o . Iddraaa ^• sW ^ mmWBf ^ rtXm I WBgg . CHIQAOO . TT . ltT . AT .

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1908

M The reeular price of f ARM PRESS is » cents a 1 year , and it is cheap at that price , but we want to ofler our -Mends a tawin and get them to ¦ 3 ^ && a to l ? St term and save trouble and bother . f f £ iJSvo \ one the cheapest paper , but it is the very best . For one dollar wTv / ill send tbe paper to > KS ^ , ^? t ^ J ^ l vears A copy of our new lM-page Barn Boofc , e « n « ,, n r «^ bundi £ saT * . d « 0 mmffflSfi ^ be sen « a mmm & mZmmimm Tm ^^ SendI mbacriptfon today . Address farm Press . Chicago . J

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 March 1908

* . - • * - JT . JX . EVV ** --- *> ; ( $£ aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaT ^ aaaaaaaaaaaaaa ^^^ - S ° aaaa ^ - ° ^^ aaaaa ^ - ^*^ aaaa » « * M ll f 111 ¦ m M m \ •] kl B-Jl ¦ 111 11 IIP . ^^ HS | fl ^ S ^ B « j ^ HB ^ B Amatite on the roof 1 A mmma \ ma \\\\\\\^ mmmma \ Bmmm \ mmm \ Of H . J . WidneSS Bam , mBB ^ alwMBB ^ - ^ - ^ - ^ - a ^ Park Ridge , N . J . I tttf-f , TwniyisTfiirf I I m ^ BmBmMf ^^ ^ est * or ^ very II mmBmmV * ^^ < i * m % m \ m ^ Farm Building I I BBJP ^^ ^ 5 P ^ Because It Needs I \ j r No Painting I WHEN you go to buy roofing next time , ask the dealer how much he would charge to keep it properly painted ( or ten years . You 11 be astonished to see how much a painted roofing really costs . You will find that the painting every two years costs more than the roofing itself . The best and most economical solution of the roofing problem for you ia to buy Amatite Roofing instead of one I that needs painting . I Amatite needs no painting or coating . Lay it...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Special Annual Dairy Number [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 April 1908

Special Annual Dairy Number This special issue will serve every farmer as a guide in selecting dairy cows , and in the economical and profitable phases of dairying . Preserve it carefully . WTECTING THOROUGHBRED SEL DAIRY STOCK BHE object of this / especial dairy issue is to bring ; the advantages of thoroughbred dairy cattle prominently ; be-, fore the half million people who read Farm Press . ¦¦ . - . . I » thoroughbred cows , the milking , hit is so firmly fixed by continuous e ing along milking lines that the . Ling may be relied upon to possess ie valuable qualities of the -parentlock . A common cow of no especial reed may happen to be . a good milker , tt she is not a very valuable , cow . to because eep , ner eifst calves may t very indiffernt milkers , and a nil from such a ource is a great anage . On the tier hand , if you ire a thoroughred cow from a oo d milking imiiy of any ood dairy breed nd she is proprly bred , you are lost certain to ave young stock iat is well worth...

Publication Title: Farm Press
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 April 1908

PUBLISHED MONTHLY BY FABM PRESS PUBLISHINQ 00 . 237 FIFTH AVENDB CHICAGO , Ira * . - ¦ . ¦ - ; ~ , SUBSOBIPTION PEIOE , One Taat 28 Cents The above rate includes the payment of postage by us . AH subscriptions commence with the issue on press when the order is xeCfilTfida Xhe Date on the address label showB the time to which each subscriber has paid . Thus : April , 1908 j . means that the subscription is paid up to and . includes the April number ; May , 1908 , means up to and including May number , and so on . When renewing your subscription , do net .-fail - to say it ia a renewal . Also give yonr name :. and initials just as now on the yellow adress label ; dont change it to some other member of the family ; lf the paper la now coming in yonr wife s name , sign ner name , just as it is on the label , to yonr letter of renewal . Discontinuances . — Subscribers wishing , their paper discontinued should write us to that effect and pay up all their arrearages . If thiB is not done ,...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Bpril l ^ J ^ mmh ^ [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 April 1908

Bpril l ^ J ^ mmh ^ THE FARMERS INTEREST IN THE CURRENCY QUESTION . Finley Acker , chairman of the Philadelphia Trades League Committee on Banking and Currency , and vice-presi-dent and treasurer of the Pratt Food Co ., when interviewed , said : Last fall , during the very height of industrial , - commercial . and . agricultural prosperity , : all-interests ^ received a shock from ; wh . ci ) . they have not recovered , . X )~ ur- eurrency . system affects the farmer and cotton grower in this way : In the late summer and fall of each year , they use a large amount , of currency with which to pay their help ; and others need it to buy their grain or cotton and to pay transportation and other charges . It is estimated that several hundred millions of dollars are needed for this special purpose each season . But last fall , when western and southern country banks tried to get back the money which they had on deposit in New York , they could not get it , or , could not get as much as th...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
A SAMPLE FREE [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 April 1908

A SAMPLE FREE If you are interested in good roofing , we advise you to write to the United Roofing & Mfg . Co ., 594 West End Trust building , Philadelphia , Pa ., and they will send you a free , sample of their famous Congo Roofing ., In this way-you can see exactly what the roofing isi When you write , be sure to mention ; Farm Press , and voir ; -will get special attention . See . thejf advertisement on page 13 , :. .,

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
* . . * -g- « ij ff » Kj AYRSHIRECATTLE [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 April 1908

* . . * -g- « ij ff » Kj AYRSHIRECATTLE A WORD FOR THE AYRSHIRE COW By H . R . Nile * , Mich . THE Ayrshire breed . is native , to the County ofAyr , Scotland , in which ¦ . region it has . been . the foremost dairy breed for . several centuries . . Importation into the United States began about 1835 , but the Ayrshire cow had attained high rank in Ontario and Quebec previous to this time . During . the past 75 years she , has gained steadily in favor with the farmers and dairymen of ; Canada and the New England states , and has gradually - extended her popularity to the westward , but in view of her authenticated , records and successful competition in the show ring , she is not as wide — ~* v * wnm ly known to the fn ,-, „ , ^ j and . the middle stae lr her 0 f Mi > ments deserve . hcr tabu , .. . Owing to the rough cn „ m orous climate of her nT , ^ ail <* developed a wonderfuli , = 1 la H stitution and thrives ; 1 L ^ f ^ 3 ge J lnd S P arse P *» sturaw 0 ,...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 April 1908

SPECIAL NOTICE ( See Top off Next Page ) : * - ¦ - ¦ • -. - * We are going to ffiake tbe month of April this year , our Special bargain month . A number of our subscribers whose time is up will want to renew , and there will be a host of others who will desire to accept our Special Bargain offer , and , .., have their . time dated ahead , because it is the chairicti of a lifetime to ge t the biggest and best agricultural ; jouraaL ..,. in .. . the . . middle west at a saving of just one-half . During the month of APRIL only we will offer FARM PRESS two full years for the small amount of only 25 cents , silver ,, stamps , or money . order , sent at our rigk . All .-that is necessary is to enclose 25 cents and say that you desire to accept our big special 2-year offerr and we will date your subscription ahead accordingly . FARM PRESS is acknowledged by thousands to be one of the very best farm papers published in America . Read this Special Dairy number carefully and you will say so ,...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 April 1908

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Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
M . I * K < , *—r ^ iis —•^ # ™ "W ~ •' - ' ^• fSSBL ^ 'WllAfmT- ^ LtiKtTe M ' M M ATM ' - f ^ mW T&^ fttU *^*^ - % < -trP ^ BOOFlNGSmh [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 April 1908

M . I * K &amp;lt; , *—r ^ iis —•^ # ™ W ~ • - ^• fSSBL ^ WllAfmT- ^ LtiKtTe M M M ATM - f ^ mW T&amp;amp;^ fttU *^*^ - % &amp;lt;- trP ^ BOOFlNGSmh ^ W^ mmA a ^ amplcFrec The reason why we make such a feature of our Free iSample offer in all the advertisements of Ainatite is because we realize that Amatite itself is its best advertisement As soon as a practical man sees Amatite , he recognizes its superiority . The practical roofing buyer realizes , in the first place , that he can judge a roofs wearing qualities pretty / well by the weight of it to the square foot A thin , flimsy fabric can not possibly wear so long as a thick , heavy one . Amatite weighs twice as much as other roofings of its price , and is tough and strong and reliable . While we- could say this in our advertisements without convincing people , the sample itself will prove it instantly . - Another important thing which the sample shows is the real mineral surface of Amatite . This mineral matter take...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
IBROWN SWISS CATTLE [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 April 1908

IBROWN SWISS CATTLE HISTORY OF THE BROWN swiss ¦¦ : ¦¦ - •• : ; . BROWN Swiss cattle are a large * handsome breed , originated hrthe Canton of Schwyz , Switzerland , where the-purity of blood . has been so jealously -guarded that any : one w \ xo was foolhardy enough to keep another breed would be ostracised from society . This fact has so firmly fixed the type that they are the . most prepotent of all breeds , even the grades snowing decidedly the characteristics of their Swiss ancestry . Centuries of mountain climbing in the Alps has given them a constitution and vigor that is unsurpassed , while long and intimate association with the quiet , home loving Swiss peasant , whose cottage they usually share ,-has made them extraordinarily docile . To this strength of constitution and freedom from nervousness is . due the characteristic long life of thebreed . At eleven and twelve yearsold , when most other breeds are past usefulness , the Syviss cow is in her prime , and instances have...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 April 1908

NEW BARN BOOK tiZ This book contains over ninety buildings of every conceivable bind , from a small chicken coop to tbe largest kind of a barn or bouse . It contains all tbe . out buildings usually found on tbe farm , not only one of each , but ln most cases several of tbe same class of buildings . The 300 Illustrations snow framework ; size , floors and divisions so plain that they are easily understood . ; Over 90 Buildings 300 Illustrations 160 Pages Tbe boos : ls compiled by Wm . A . Radford of Chicago , the best known authority on all matters pertaining to buildings . Most of tbe barns , eto . were contributed by farmers and are In actual use , thus making tbe book of the greatest practical use tn every farm home . We have made a price of $ 1 . 00 for a five year subscription to Farm Press , . and will send a copy ol the Barn Book free and prepaid upon receipt of the subscription . It your time 7 Is not up we will date you ahead Just tbe same . Order to-day and address , , &...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 April 1908

- - r - - ^^^ LWsA-ist ^ i , ^^ IP«»¦«ATHftRVESITIME — ¦ M, » Every break-down at harvest time means time Merchant bar mills , having a capacity of 500 , 000 lost . tons of steel and 360 , 000 tons of iron every year . Every minute lost may mean grain lost . The consumption of every natural product of Every bit of grain lost means profit lost . the country is so far in excess of the supply that tie You cannot afford to take chances on break- cost of raw material is increasing annually , but by downs and delays with harvesting machines built owning these properties and purchasing all other of doubtful materials . supplies in large quantities , this Company secures Yon dont have to . every advantage of highest quality . Because the International Harvester Company Every bit of material—wood , steel , iron , malhas bought mines to get the best ore—built its own leables , paint , etc ., is subjected to the most n ? ld mills to produce the best iron and steel , bought tests in special tes...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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