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25 PER CENT . GUARANTEED [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 August 1903
25 PER CENT . GUARANTEED WE INSURE PRESENT PURCHASERS OF CENTRAL GOLD AND COPPER STOCK AGAINST LOSS . Owner has Option to Sell Stock to Us Next June at Advance of 25 per cent . We beleve everybody would like to have an Interest In a rich paying gold mine and that nine people out of ten would buy as much Interest In a good property as they are able If they could be guaranteed against loss . As we are absolutely certain of the great value of the holdings of the Central Gold and Copper Co ., and know that only a little more money Is needed to be spent on the mines and a little more work done to bring them to a producing and dividend paylnq basis , we are In a position to guarantee everyone who invests now in the * stock of this company against loss . w a .. We do * ln thls way = You b y tne st &lt;&gt; ck now at a low We Dliy the figure . We agree to buy the stock from you next June Stock Back a * a advance of 25 Per cent - ° ver the price you paid _ v for it If you wan...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 August 1903
M POULTRY SUCCESS . A JB Uth Year . S 8 TO 64 PAGES . Tj ^^ AW &amp; wk The 20 th Century Poultry Magazine ^ HBM ^ HH Beautifully illuatrated . COc yr ,, shows ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ H HBH | readers how to succeed with Poultry . l ^ H ^^ H ^ v Special Introductory Offer . ^ HH ^ Kar 3 years 60 ctsj I year 26 eta ; 4 months ^ ^¦ T trial 10 eta . Stamps accepted . Sample ^ Ukmmr copy free . 148 page Illustrated practical ^^ ^ D oultry book free to yearly subscribers , nj catalogue of poultry publications free . « Hb Poultry Success Co ,, ijp &amp; gfleid , o .
-mm , —~ j The Boy on the Farm i _ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦» [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 August 1903
-mm , —~ j The Boy on the Farm i _ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦» LETTERS TO THE FARM BOY . THE FARM BOY AND HIS FATHER By Henry Wallace . It occurs to me that matters may not be getting quite right between you and your father , and that a word from one who has been both a farm boy and a father of farm boys might be helpful to both . I do not think for a moment that there is anything seriously wrong , but I fear that neither of vou is as happy in your relations with each other as he ought to be and can be . I take it for granted that you love and respect your father ; not quite in the same way that . you love your mother , because the affection that you bear to the one is distinctly different from that which you bear to the other . In the very nature of things it must be . I assume that you have a good father who loves you dearly and who , above all things else , desires tha ^ you be a strong , true , brave , noble man , who will wear his name with honor when all of him that is mortal is lying in the gra...
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 August 1903
&gt; - £ p \ y &amp; $ * $$ &amp; ^§ 3 p ^ ^\ k - % ^ S oS * * sfijg * $ gi &lt; $ fo * husker and shredder is a Little Giant when it % comes to considering the amount of work it will do 2 $ in a day . Every corn grower can well afford to own ^* j the McCormick Little Giant husker and shredder . ^ The machine has capacity enough for several farms J * &lt; where two or more want to join together in the , i purchase . The stover from the McCormick is * $ Sfiii ^ C ?^^ relished by the stock . 1 g | fe ^§ L * W ^~* - * Wk . $ lllp r . e » King of Corn Field , * KS mwSr *• *&gt; ¦ % , ^ s » Address nearest Mccormick s ^ fejl l ^^ QKx ct \ IK General Agency : ^ M i £ * 3 $ k ~ * ¦ &lt; % 1 r ^ V » Quincy , EastSt . Louis , Peoria , Aurora , III . &lt;&amp; $ V »« - ^ , r - « rfrf * $ 40000 . 00 JSA , , BECKON THE VOTE fO » GOVERNOR II IN | l A A H PRI 7 FS Ak * --, /« OHIO . MASSACHUSETTS &gt;« D 111 UHull MII...
[ farmers' Colleges ] ? .. mmm ST ¦ - ¦ -. ! ¦¦ J [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 August 1903
[ farmers Colleges ] ? .. mmm ST ¦ - ¦ -. ! ¦¦ J THB FARMER BOY . Mr . Fred H . Rankin , Superintendent Agricultural College Extension , writes : The opportunities for the country boy in the fierce competition of town life are much narrowed . The farm boys best opportunity today and henceforth is on the farm . The continued prosperity of the city , moreover , depends on rural prosperity . The cities must be fed . They have become great markets . With the same prospects of financial returns , a large majority of farm boys would undoubtedly prefer to remain their own masters and enjoy the independence and comfort of their own home , for it is the aspiration of every American boy to own his acre of land and spend money in improving and beautifying a home . A FEW QUESTIONS . Does farming pay ? Will it pay you as a life business ? Yes , if you have brains and will intelligently use them . Why does every would-be lawyer or doctor spend three or more years preparing to practice his profess...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 August 1903
i GREER COLLEGE «&amp; 4 fs « CA ^ i ^ i , BBPAMMHTS :-01 MJIO . Scientific , Normal , Com- ^ $ 0 §|^^ . K ^ flSSff : siorth d 4 »¦*• ¦ • ¦ mm * ¦ WJllllW ... ^* ,,.. ^^ . * * GoodBoaraper week .... !; * « nn Good Boom per week . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 60 Fall term will open Sept . 1 , 1903 . First winter term Nov . 10 , 1903 . For catalogue and special circulars , address J . M . CLARY , A . B . LL . B ., President , Hoopeston , Illinois . The Capital Business College HAS BEEN INCORPORATED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE STATE AND WILL BE KNOWN AS The Illinois Business College „ T , £ JI departments will be made even stronger than ever . Our CORRESPONDENCE COURSES in SHORTHAND and PENMANSHIP are especially practical and attractive . Catalogue and sample lesson in either course free on application to the ILLINOIS BUSINESS COLLEGE , Springfield , III . DIXON COLLEGE Wn ^ RNlUJNiMsBp ^^ NO ^ TftSII ^ C ^ BE Over 60 Courses . , flORTHEKH &gt;» - ^ * £ $ &amp;» # » mm I...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 August 1903
l Every Student \ tt an evidence of our thorough personal i W attention to yonr individual work , 1 D I i , y , ou ha \ e common-sense—if you have a m ambition and energy , we will teach you this I business privately , thoroughly and success- 1 n fully by matt , just as we have done for the A m past hve years for graduates , now enjoying M goo , t positions with wholesale aud retail « f | houses in every line of business . To be A W prosperous deal with prosperous people . 11 Large concerns now look to us for advertis- J n ing talent . This Is positive . Dont experl- J ¥ me £ Mr . Edward T . Page and Mr . Samuel II m \ C - D ? Y S « ive . y ° Individual criticisms . 9 ¦ I You take no chances when you deal with m m proven and known success . Evidences , V endorsements and full particulars sent free H li on request . J If PAGE-DAVIS CO . if \ Suite 137 90 Wabash Ave ., Chicago 1 ** — *» ** - - i . n n rrtfl Alton Conservatory . 128 E . Second St ., ALTON , ILLINOIS . 13 th year , thir...
im »< Home Making [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 August 1903
im »&lt; Home Making LITTLE NEEDS AND HELPS . Mrs . Sara H . Henton writes : A wife and mother who is not strong and well and yet has many duties to perform as housekeeper and homemaker , must learn to recognize her limitations or she will fall by the wayside and cannot get through with her duties and tasks satisfactorily . Every woman loves to be thought a good manager , but she is not one unless she studies to get little helps and devices for saving labor . I see so many overworked , delicate sister housekeepers who are not considering themselves enough . They are sacrificing their strength and life in the service of those they love . It is advisable for such a housewife to get every reliable kitchen convenience . Let me tell you of a few—as I write mostly for home and household pages . I try to inform myself as to the very best method and helps , so as to be able to help my sister women a little . Linoleum is the best covering for a wooden floor , as grease and other spot...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 August 1903
s 9 e Wj / f ^ p * mam ^ j mCooUas for thfl farm 111 maaTl m m ? ° * r m mmmmaA 11 tiresome drudgery , un- m aaaaT / ll \ llTr ^^*~* eml , L \ le . it you hi » ve an OHIO MM PA STEAM-COOKER . ^ Ht // fji J ^ BMmamaay AalWl Cook 8 entire meals over \ a \ wllH i ll \/&lt; £ ~ mmMmWm ^ mw „^*^ J one burner , laving time , HyM || ME 5 EiiiiiiiiaE 3 ^^ fuel and labor . No ¦ ^ burned or limited food . LT Steam-cooked food , not only more healthful and diW gestible , but ii delicious , and can he kept warm and I appetizing until ready to serve . Our ayfiMft make I good money . Exclusive territory allowed . 1 Write today for booklet and special proposi-J 1 tion . Ask for circular about Ohio VVIcklessI 1 Blue Flame Valve I ess OH Stoves . I JL ohio Steam Cooker CO ^ TSCT . *
Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 August 1903
1 ] E |~ p ~ fP *^ j ^ j ^ r jL . ^^ r-g i ^^ HIL ¦ iLiH jjft pjJj I I d | b B * - ^ T 54 iiF &amp; . L . o * a * . ~ + 3 ; en 11 S \\ h - *?* - i *» 3 * M * atl i 1 li E H 1 W i . 5 F 85 EC 5 ! E * r &gt; r -s . * 5 ~* ** . ^ JTJ 3 | * lfl E ~ ISElEm a . u m am * TUHk « a « —^ Lj-i- iJJ Ul I l % ) Blh &gt;&gt; ^¦* iwwww * n ^ h ^ - ^ * M * rf **!^! fgi | H JliliR rftea % a « r ^ H ^^ - | fcM ^ ggg ^ ^^ tfg | Wing JPiano—Style 29—Concert Grand Upright lYo other piano made equals this in style and design of case . 23 other styles to select from * THE WINQ PIANO CAVP PDfiM C 75 Tfi Ortft The usual way to buy a piano is from a ratai ! SAVE r-Kum wo iu uw dealer or agent _ We d 0 notemployagent 810 sell the WING PIANO . It ia Bold direct from our factory . To the actual cost of manufacture we add our small wholesale profit . The purchaser saves the retail profit . This means a saving of from $ 75 to $ 200 . No matter how far away you live , our im proved ...
j Berkshire Gossip j [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 August 1903
j Berkshire Gossip j BOAR WANTED . Mr . E . H . McCutchen desires to purchase a good under one year old boar ; well bred and good individuality is what he is after . Write him giving price and pedigree if you have something choice that you think would fill the above requirements . Address E . H . McCutchen , care The Farm Home , Springfield , Illinois . WANTED PAIR BERKSHIRES . Mr . John Winter writes this office that he is in the market for a good Berkshire boar and probably a , pair . Individuality and breeding is what he is after . He does not state the age , but we presume he wants something young . Tou should write to him at once in regard to the above matter . _ udress Mr . John Winter , care The Farm * Iome , Springfield , Illinois . SOWS WANTED . Mr . E . L . Hennis writes the Farm Home that he is in the market for two well-bred Berkshire sows due to farrow in September . He states , I want large bone and a little coarse with good length—the larger the better for me . If you...
Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 August 1903
SWEEPSTAKES BERKSHIRES 3 ver ,. orLee sDaughter , 9 $ 50 . Her BeautiW . M . RODQERS . Paynes , S . C . Tnui nwn mRD BBRKStt , RBS U ll li H 11 U Young stock for sale at i times of the best breeding . All stock rerdeu in A . B . Association free of charge . , TTf &gt; HAMILTON . Pro .. Spickard , Mo . - BERKSHIRES . The best imported blood that money , „ t , uv Crossed on the finest na- . blood . For BARGAINS write T . J . PUGH , Fullerton , Neb . 7 ~ nr , rm ? Young bred sows , bred for HlJlvJ- l fall farrow . Also a good It ,, f fining pigs now ready to ship , sired ¦ Rnval Premier . Prices reasonable . , i ™ CHARLES WILDER , 1111 Lorain , Onio . iDVOUIDPQ A choice lot of March and ilVKufllnul ) . April pigs sired by two of , ¦ mildest boars I ever owned . Prices , 1 iiidlgrees will suit you . Write at once . H . J . VOSS , R . R . No . 3 , Edwardsville , 111 . MAPLE GLEN BERKSHIRES . Sining and last fall pigs for sale that t- right in breeding , quality and price . W . O ...
Page 17 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 August 1903
Lflfjgg EnglisH Berkshires „ . of best quality from the leading strains . Choice Spring pigs—both sexes —at reasonable prices . DTTHDRn PLYMOUTH ROCK and K U | V hV K I S . C . B . LEGHORN poulUrillllLilJ try Choice young birds for sale now . C A . ROBINSON , Kirksville . Mo . My Berkshires Hare Wood Blood , QUALITY AND SIZE BOARS IN USE : CHAMPION LEI 39636 , By Longfellow WOOD DALE STARCH . 44508 By King Longfellow , 150 Head on hand . Write for Catalogue ELLIS DUNCAN , Fayetteville , Ark . , . . WISCY .. FARM .. BBRKSHIMS Winners of more prize money in last five years than any other estrone Southern Herds . Best blood of the breed represented . Nothing but good Individuals . hipped ! Some choice pig . for . ale . Address 8 . Q . HoIIingsworth , Coushatta , La . Oi / ERTON JiJLL HERD . High-class Berkshires from the best Imported American Families . I offer for sale nothing except perfect individuals , well marked and well grown . Satisfaction guaranteed . Write for prices . J . M...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 August 1903
ELM GROVE HERD OF LARGE ENGLISH BERKSHIRES . 50 head of Choice Fall and Spring Pigs . All stock guaranteed as represented . Mall orders receive prompt and careful attention . Prices reasonable . Write for price and pedigree with full description , or come and see the slock . J . M . BAUGHER , Anson . Mo .