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Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 August 1903
200 Berkshire PIGS OF * EHRLYSPRING FHRROM 1903 Superior ln Quality , Merit and Breeding POJF 2 eXTFeR QUALITY HERD BORRS Champion Boars of England , Canada and America ln ase in the hard of Prine s Famous Noras Which family has been our specialty for many years Persoaal iaspectlon preferred . Mail orders will rec . ive careful attention . Farm sear the city . GEORGE S . PRINE , Oskaloosa , Iowa . . . , . . Prize Winning BERK 8 HIRE 8 B &gt; FARE EE 1 Large BiflUh Berkshire Hoes , Short Horn Cattle , ilammoth Broae T « rkeyi . We have Berkshires of the best breeding ; quality unsurpasied ; prices satisfactory . Our prices and stock please buyers . Geo . W . Jessup H . ook . vi . 11 © , Ind , . ROCKLAND FARM Berkshires KARL B . CLOUGH , Manager , NORTH AMHERST OHIO . J WOOD DALE Berkshires and Shorthorns I have never been able to offer a finer lot of pigs than at present . A few bred sows can be spared . All bear the wellknown Wood Dale stamp—size , quality , finish . Short-H...
Page 18 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 August 1903
Sunny Slope BERKSHIRES 100 Head for Sale Consisting of 60 Boars from 6 to Vmonths old , and 40 May and June gilts . All are in fine condition and have beet well grown . I will make very low prices on anything you may want . C . A . STANNARD PROPRIETOR . GEO . W . BEERY , Manager Hog Dept . EMPORIA , KANSAS . CHAPEL HILL BREEDING FARM . I WVBST m n r , w -,-, ¦ ,,, ^ TV WMMI » mn U 33 # D . Breeds nothing but the Beit Berkshire ! . Orders are now being booked for pics sired by Conqueror , the best son of Oomblnatioa ; nnd Royal Premier , tbe best son of Lord Premier , and oat of sows whose breeding and individuality cannst b * excelled . Our motto : The best ls nene too good fer oar customers . Write for prices , etc . W . D . MoTAVfSH , Proprietor , Ooggon , Linn Co ., Ia ., Rural Route No . 2 . WILLSWOOD HERD Berkshire Swine JACK OF ALL TRADES 51932 Imported , the greatest living Inglish Sire . REPUBLICAN 56183 Imported , combines Faithful Gemmoas , Layal Berks and First Oatch F . ...
Page 18 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 August 1903
Live Stock Auctioneer Col , R . R . BAILEY Gibson City , III R . L . HARRIMAN AUCTIONEER BUNCBT 3 N , JIISO SALES MADE EVERYWHERE Well posted in pedigrees , quality and values Am selling successfully for the best breed ers in the United States . Terms reasonable Write before fixing dates . Peter C . Kellogg Live Stock Auctioneer 107 John St ., New York . . . . Wm &gt; . . / fcf ^ fa . HIGHLAND HERDS SHORT HORN CATTLE BERKSHIRESWINE Scotch bred Short Horns , headed by Chief Archer 167575 100 Choice Berkshire Pigs FOR SALE Of the best breeding and type Prices Reasonable Write to-day for Price and Pedigree Homer F . Waters DAWSON , ILL 0 . . . . , . PRIZE-WINNING BERKSHIRES Choice Pigs of both sexea for sal * at rea sonable prices . They are sired by Gov . Lee 47971 and Imported Lustre s Bachelor 58203 , and out of a grand lot of sows . We alss have a few litters by Gov . Lee II ., a full brother to Combination . Send for cata logue . I . N . BARKER &amp; SON THORNTOWN ...
Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 August 1903
FIRST ANNUAL At Home Sale THURSDAYSEPT . 10 , 1903 SO-CRYSTAL SPRING STOCK FARM-50 BERKSHIRES . CONSISTING OF 20 bred tried Brood Sows , 10 Fall Gilts , and 40 Spring Pigs They should be seen to be appreciated . Come and place your value on them . I furnish the hogs , you do the rest . Write for catalogue to-day . If you cannot attend in person , send mail bids to the Auctioneers or Clerk of sale . They will be handled to your interest and treated fair . COL . J . A . STEWART , Columbia , Mo ., ) Auctioneers COL . H . C . FEAS 1 ER , Columbia , Mo ., \ Auotloneers ALEX . BRADFORD , Columbia , Mo ., Clerk . Send all bids in my care after September 8 , 1903 . W . E . Bradford COLUMBIA , BOONE CO ., MO , . . . . Berkshiresrn FOIR . S ^ LE BERKSHIEES OF QUALITY AND INDIVIDUALITY September 26 , 1903 Beechwood Park , RockvilleInd Stock traces to the most noted herds—Jessup , Lovejoy and Gentry s . My offering consists mostly of young stock , thrifty and in good condition . AUCTIONEERS : C...
Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 August 1903
THE TOPS OF 1903 SPRING CROP OF PIGS FROM THE LEKDINC Berkshire Herds of Illinu ^ WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION AT THB ILLINOIS STATE FAIR Springfield , Friday , Oct . 2 , 1903 CONTRIBUTOD BV WM . ESTILL &amp; SON , Springfield . -d ^ l ttik QUEEN H ° RN &amp; WELLS &gt; P ^ kneyvlWe . HOMER WATERS , Dawson . ** 8 SMHBB 8 B SBS E . A . HUMPHREY &amp; SON , Pana 50--HEAD OF PRIZE W 1 NNERS-50 This unusually attractive ottering of the pick of the 1903 crop of Spring Pigs will include The Tops of Nine Top Herds of Illinois Best Bred Berkshires . THB BEST ASSURANC E That can be given of the choice breeding and excellence of this verysuperior offering is the high standing , extended reputation and great success as breeders and exhibitors of first-class Berkshires of the consignors , who have pledged BERKSHIRES of Extra Quality . BERKSHIRES of Extra Breeding . For Catalogue , Address Clerk of the Sale , COL . CHARLES F . MILLS , Auctioneers : Springfield ,...
CHARLES R . THOMAS [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1903
CHARLES R . THOMAS The gentleman whose portrait graces this page is a young gentleman . well and widely known as the able , aggressive and successful secretary of the American Hereford Cattle Breeders Association . For a score of years Mr . Thomas has de-voted all his energies and superior organizing and promoting abilities to the advancement of an association that has never known him to falter or fail in the fullest discharge of his duties to all of its patrons -without fear or favor . It is about twenty years ago that Mr . Thomas entered the service of the Hereford Association , then a feeble organization in number of patrons and when he was able without any assistance to do all of - the clerical work of the offlce . Mr . Thomas soon had the entire confidence and hearty support of the most progressive breeders of Hereford cattle and the White Face cattle industry went to the front by leaps and bounds , much to the astonishment of the friends of other breeds of beef cattle and grea...
IRRIGATION OF DESERT LANDS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1903
IRRIGATION OF DESERT LANDS . Since the United States has expanded ln both great oceans the people have heard so much and read so much about the new territory—about Hawaii , and Guam , and the Philippines , and Tutuila and the little ones more recently acquired off Borneo , and about Porto Rico —that they have not kept track of the more important developments that have been going on closer home . One of these ls an enterprise which in the aggregate means more in productive land and In prosporous population than all the territorial results of the SpanishAmerican war . And in the middle weekr of September Irrigation will find its most positive expression In- what Srill probably be the greatest convention that Utah has ever known . It was Utah which first demonstrated in the United States the marvelous possibilities of supplying water to arid acres , and it was in Utah a few months Ago . iba £ President Roosevelt declared , in a public . speech , that the irrigation law he considered th...
THE GREAT PRIZE LIST . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1903
THE GREAT PRIZE LIST . The Breeders Guzette , in part , speaks of the preliminary prize list for the live stock show of the World s Fair to be held in St . Louis in 1904 as follows : The list is great in the unprecedented amount offered exirrtritors of live stock . The list is a notable one in the matter of completeness in rules and the general recognition of all the breeds of improved live stock of record , as well as the standard varieties of poultry , pet stock , etc . The list is the great exception in the provisions made for an exhaustive and complete demonstration on advanced lines of original investigation of the productiveness of the various breeds of cows for milk , butter , cheese and the beef merit of the cow and her calf . The list is remarkable in the new departure it provides in the way of awards in . due recognition of the skill of the breeder of the prize animals as well as the enterprise of the exhibitor who buys , breeds or fits the ribbon winner . The live Stock c...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1903
Al 1 Investnie 111 lliat appeals to Conservative People n The above is a photograph of our 40-ton Locomotive which has been put into commission on the t » ., M . &amp; St . P : R . R , where thcaierits of our device for increasing adhesion between the drive wheel and rail have been thoroughly tested . By means of magnetism , to increase adhesion between drive wheel and rail , many of the problems now confronting the railroad world are overcome . ( Notice small wheels on either side of tne drivers in illustration . ) By means of these idler wheels a magnetic circuit is completed on the principle of the horseshoe magnet-, thereby increasing the weight or the adhesion to the rail without adding extra weight to the axles . We do away with the use of sand and prevent slipping of wheels under all conditions of rail , band is one of the banes of railroading . It costs the railroads , approximately , $ 10 , 000 , 000 annually , and also &lt; necessitates enormous expeuditure...
10 c . A YEAR ROCiyiONIIfSS-S zlne in tho work ! [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1903
10 c . A YEAR ROCiyiONIIfSS-S zlne in tho work ! lor 10 c a year . ( Special Offer . ) Stories of western life , sketches and fine engravings of grand scenery , mountains and famous gold mines , ranches , etc . Published by an old and strong publishing house . Send at once . 10 c a year postpaid anywhere in the U . S ., Canada and Mexico . 6 yrs . BOc , 12 yrs . $ 1 . Or clubs of 6 names BOc , 12 for ? 1 . Send us a club . Money back if not delighted . Stamps taken . Cut this out . Send today . ROCKY MOUNTAIN MAGAZINE , Denver , Colo .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1903
•» T , 1 , if ; „ . _ • r „ --, „ 30 , 000 Acres of improved and unimproved Land NftnilWPM . ftlKSfllirl r ^ rmS lor sale in Livingston and surrounding couniWlUliVGol 1 U 1 O 0 UUII lttliuu tie 9 . we show you Irom a central point . List and map free . Describe what you want first letter . HOFFMAN &amp; KING , Chillscothe , Mo .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1903
ONE OF THE FINEST farms in Marathon County , Wisconsin , for sale ; 320 acres , 119 acres cleared ; 100 acres hardwood timber . Rich clay soil . Good farm liou . se and tenant house . All other nccessarv buildings . Good wells , tine spring and spring foci creek . Water always clear and pure for stock . Good orchard . Well located near good market town . -An ideal place for stock fas-m . Hiles &amp; Myers , G 50 Matthews Bldg ., Milwaukee , Wis .
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1903
133 Per Cent Profit We arrived at . Asher , Pottawatomie County , Oklahoma , April Jj very late to plant pur crops , but was surprised at the growthand yield . ^ I p lanted thirty acres of cotton , pickedand sold sixteen bales , which Sold with the seed for $ 800 , or $ 26 . 66 for each acre planted on land that cost less than # 10 . bo per acre . I . A . REPASS , Ashcr , Oklahoma . Where can you duplicate this record ? . Land values are on the increase- —opportunity is knocking at your door— -don t wait until it is too late . ¦ - Homeseekers - .. Excursions Southwest first andI third Tuesdays One fare p lus # 2 . 00 ; for the round trip ; way rates . correspondingl y lqfw . - Write P illustrated literature , free . each rhpnth . one ,- for JPHrI SEBASTIAl ^ ,- - . __ , Passenger Traffic Manager , CHICAGO , III ^ --i-imSMmMmmgfm ^ . / ,. ^ S ^ SSB &amp; JS &amp; jBKIIWfpIl ^ - ¦ sBsEvKlisilaHn IJHF ^ S ^^^ HI . THE CELEBRATED RESORTS OF THE SOUHWEST Hot Springs , Ari...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1903
TO THE SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST No line offers better service or faster schedules from Chicago , . Louisville , St . Louis or Cincinnati to points South or Southeast than the Louisville &amp; Nashville R . R . Two trains daily to Nashville , Birmingham , Atlanta , Memphis , Montgomery , Mobile , New Orleans , Florida , and Gulf Coast Points . Stopover privilege at Mammoth Cave , one of the wonders ^ of the world . All trains solid vestibuled and composed of modern Pullman Sleepers , Free Reclining Chair Cars and Electric Lighted Dining Cars . Rock ballasted road bed , Insuring easy riding and no dust . Information as to rates , time and descriptive advertising matter will be cheerfully furnished by C . L . STONE , Genl Pass . Agent LOUISVILLE &amp; NASHVILLE R . R LOUISVILLE , KY MERICSAS MOST POPULAR RAllAVAV PERFECT PASSENGER SERVICE 1 1 1 1 1 STHKOUQH PCLLMAH SBHTIOa BETWEEN CHICAGO AND •» nr Ana CONTEMPLATF - WO A THIP , ANT POH - TIOK OS * WHICH CAN BB MADH OV 3 ER T...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1903
Cheap Lands and flomes iorSale If you want to sell a farm or ranch , tell the farmers and stock raisers about it . If you want to buy a farm or ranch , write to the parties advertising them . j This agricultural and live-stock journal goes into over 30 , 000 homes of lire-stock raisers and farmers . If you have a good piece of land to sell at a reasonable price , you will certainly find a buyer among them . The cost of an advertisement is vary small—only twenty cents per agate liner • . Send copy for your advertisement at once and let us co-operate with you in finding a buyer for your property . THEFKRMHOME CO . . SPHINGPIBLD , III . P ™| Millions for Farmers fttEsRotX &amp; c ™ ** R ^ fAS Exhaustfoe tests prove fl-l ,-., T nn C Filler and Wrapper i _ l . s - V * a . k- *\ that the finest grade lUlllIJll I DOT can be grown in East OBACCO 0 / UUUtlU LUIli *»*« . o «//« «/&lt;*• t &gt; « nrpQ SOXTTHCBIR . 1 T FA-OIiniO rlALs 1 O Soils and Climate similar tjfami...