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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1903

THE TOPS OF ILLINOIS HERDS FROM THE I - BHDING Berkshire Herds of Illinois WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE ILLINOIS STATE FAIR Springfield , Friday , Oct . 2 , 1903 i o oiook . : P . M :. CONTRIBUTBDSV ^ JLETtlJL & SDNI ) Spniigfie ] ri * SGg * Sfim ^ m , GEO . S . QUEEN , Duquoin . HOMER WATERS , Dawson , i ^ SHRHmKll ^ P E A - H U M PH REY & SON , Pana . 50--HEAD OF PRIZE W 1 NNERS--50 This unusually attractive ofiering will include • The Tops of Nine Top Herds of Illinois Best Bred Berkshires . THB BBST ASSURANCH . , 33 rafc can be given of the choice breeding and excellence of this very superior 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 . i For Catalogue , Address Cleric of the Sale , COL . CHARLES F . MILLS , jWteH ^ a . . . ~ SPringfleld , Illinois . COL . Jt . H . 3 ATLET...

Publication Title: Farm Home
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PROSPERITY . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1903

PROSPERITY . Last year was a prosperous one . The products of American farmers ¦ were 25 per cent , more in 1902 than in 1901 and this increases the revenue of American farmers to the amount of five thousand million dollars , and yet 1901 was the most- prosperous year on record . Farmers of this country have been taking in during the past four or five years two thousand million dollars more than In the same number of preceding years . The value of live stock in this country at the present moment is $ 750 , 000 , 000 greater than five years ago . Our trade with foreign countries for the past five years has increased to the value of 3 , 420 million dollars . Ours is the greatest nation the world has ever known and the American people are the most prosperous people in the world .

Publication Title: Farm Home
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STOCKMEN WORLD'S FAIR [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1903

STOCKMEN WORLDS FAIR The annual meeting of the American Association of Live Stock Herd Book Secretaries , held in the Administration building of the Louisiana Purchase Exposftion , concluded an interesting and important session August 12 , 1903 . The address of welcome by Hon . F . D . Coburn , chief department of live stock , World s Fair , was replete with interesting information concerning the universal exposition of stock , and the response by Mr . B . O . Cowan , of Chicago , was full of happy incident and appropriate sentiment . The annual report of the Secretary , Col . Charles F . Mills , contained much of encouragement concerning the unprecedented prosperity of the hundreds of National Live Stock Herd Book organizations composing the association . Hon . isaMortimer Levering , of Indianapolis , Ind ., presented an address on the Finances of Herd Book Associations , which was well received . Mr . George Rommel ,. of Washington , D . C , represented the United States Departmen...

Publication Title: Farm Home
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THE UNION OF EUROPE [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1903

THE UNION OF EUROPE A Political Possibility that Statesmen and Thinkers Prophesy . —Discussed by Emily Crawford . Europe now seems almost ripe for federation . European middle-class minds are united in scientific ; knowledge and faith . They have received an almost identical high-school and university training . Their different patriotisms are of similar quality ; ideal , and historical , very different from the realistic patriotism of newer countries . Europeans are growing cosmopolitan ; a Frenchman and an Englishman arc more alike than their fathers were . Labor congresses and conferences hasten the process of denationalization . Railway traffic suffers from state frontiers and shareholders would be glad if they were blotted out . . The burden of vast armies and navies becomes intolerable to all classes . Theological dogma has died out among leaders of thought , and it is all but dead among the middle and even workclasses , though outward conformity may long remain . Even Turkey ...

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CROPS AND PROSPERITY . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1903

CROPS AND PROSPERITY . The August crop report of the government was less favorable than the July report as regards the volume of the wheat crop , the figures being reduced from 720 , 000 , 000 to 650 , 000 , 000 . This , however , is a bountiful yield , and one to be thankful for—the high prices being very satisfactory to Western farmers . The August estimate for corn , on the other hand , was better than had been expected , and the - corn crop will , after all , probably fall short of that of 1902 by only 10 -per cent or thereabouts . Taking into account the other cereals , the hay crop and the pasturage , the fruit crop , an * the potatoes and tlie lesser products of garden and farm , the season will have averaged a very good one indeed for the American tillers of the soil . The past year has been decidedly the greatest in ^ our manufacturing history , and for the first time the total volume of our domestic exports has exceeded that of Great Britain or any other nation . Dr . Talm...

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PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1903

PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT . The president , in a letter to Governor Durbin , of Indiana , forcibly emphasizes the necessity for swift and severe punishment to men guilty of brutal crimes and mob violence . President Roosevelt writes : Permit me to thank you as an American citizen for the admirable way in which you have vindicated the majesty of the law by your recent action in reference to lynching . I feel , my dear sir , that you have made all men your debtors who believe , as all far seeing must , that the well being , indeed the very existence , of the republic depends upon that spirit of order and liberty under the law which is as incompatible with mob violence as with any form of despotism . Of course , mob violence is simply one form of anarchy , and anarchy is now , as it always has been , the handmaiden and forerunner of tyranny . Honor to Nation . I feel that you have not only reflected honor upon the state which for its good fortune and you as its chief executive , but upon the...

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WHAT THE FARMER NEEDS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1903

WHAT THE FARMER NEEDS . Enumerating the needs of progressive farmers , R . C . Trowbridge in Tri-bune-Farmer , says : The first need of a farmer is a sound , healthy body , strong and able to perform well the labors that are required of him as a tiller of the soil , and as the principal factor in this country of supplying 76 , 000 , 000 of people with the necessaries and luxuries of life . The farmer needs to be possessed of good judgment and a head with a large , active brain capacity to manage his farm and business in the most successful manner . He also needs proper training , experience and education . A genuine farmer needs to be born and reared on tlie farm , for the experiences of childhood and youth give him an advantage over those who do not begin farming till of mature age . A farmer , to be a success , needs to love his farm , his work and his home surroundings . If he delights in keeping stock , he should secure good stock that pleases him and should take the best care o...

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FORTUNES . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1903

FORTUNES . In the past three years there have been at least that many business crises , each of them serious enough to prostrate the country had it not been tided over . Why does the country ptill go prosperoosly on its way ? Not because this or that political party was in power . Not because Congress was so little foolish that it could almost be called wise . Not because Morgan and Rockefeller were at the helm . Not for any occult reason , neither for any reason to which any man may point and beat himself upon sis swelling chest and say- I did it . No , lt was the weather . Good crops 1 st good prices—that s the whole story . iAgainst that combination not our ( wildest gang of political plunderers , not our craziest clique of financial bandits can prevail . In our blessed land it is the weather that makes and unmakes fortunes , great and small , private and public . Happy land , to be thus beyond the power of the silly or subtle strivings of ambitious men .

Publication Title: Farm Home
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THE PANAMA CANAL . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1903

THE PANAMA CANAL . r Not a little anxiety has arisen among the advocates ot the Panama Canal because of the disposition of Colombia to make trouble over the canal treaty , . which has been submitted for her consideration . After the treaty had been subjected for many months to the defyious ways of South American diplomacy , the announcement was cabled jthat , it had been rejected by the Colombian Senate . Later advices , bowever , are to the effect that another proposition Is under consideration , and that the President of Colombia will be authorized to negotiate a treaty with this country along certain lines which Srill be agreeable to the Interests , fancied or real , of the South American republic As far as they are intelligible to the average citizen of this country , the objections of Colombia are due , first , to Its reluctance to give up its absolute sovereignty over the strip of land through which the canal runs , and , secondly , to the conviction that in letting tbta land ...

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FARMERS' PROBLEMS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1903

FARMERS PROBLEMS . From the proceedings of the recent session of the Washington State Grange , the following excerpts are taken : Whereas , Law is the will of the people , enframed by their representatives and officers , and a standard by which all human acts are adjudged , therefore your Legislative Committee submits the following report : 1 . The adoption of the Initiative and Referendum , and ask our patrons to see to it that none but those pledged to direct legislation receive their support at the conventions or at the polls . 2 . The election of United States Senators by popular vote . 3 . We favor a law prohibiting the manufacturing or use of cigarettes in any form . 4 . We favor the enactment of a law prohibiting dealing in options or gambling farm produce . 6 . We recommend that the powers of the Interstate Commerce Commission be increased and favor a government appropriation for the construction and maintenance of the public highway . 6 . We also favor government postal sav...

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POINTERS ON BUSINESS LAW . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1903

POINTERS ON BUSINESS LAW . It is a fraud to conceal a fraud . Ignorance of the law excuses no one . Notes bear interest only when so stated . The acts of one partner . bind all the others . An agreement without consideration ls void . Contracts made on Sunday cannot be enforced . A contract made . with a minor or lunatic is void . Signatures made with a lead pencil are good in law . Principals are responsible for the acts of their agents . It ls not legally necessary to say on a note , for value received , but it should be done in Missouri . Each individual in a partnership Is responsible for the whole amount of the debt of the Arm . A note being lost or stolen does not release the maker . Notes obtained by fraud , or given by , Intoxicated persons , cannot be collect ed . -:, • ¦ > . ¦ •>• - ¦ SHORT INTEREST RULES . 3 per cent- » Multiply the principal by the number of days , cut off the right-hand figure and divide by 12 . 4 per cent—Multiply - by the number ...

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BREVITIES . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1903

BREVITIES . There s so much bad in the best of us . And so much good in the worst of us , That it hardly behooves any of us To speak about the rest of us . These are good times—are you making good use of them ? Most successful men get their start in life by—starting . Your intention may be good , but let your actions show in the result . The best preparation for good work to-morrow is to do good work today . Life is not so short but that there is always time enough ^ for courtesy . — Emerson . I would rather appreciate the things I do not have , than to have things I do not appreciate . Some say they would like to , others do —that s the only difference between failure and success . There is no genius in life like the genius of energy and industry . No man was ever discontented with the world if he did his duty in it . Character and personal force are the only investments that are worth anything . Thank God every moming when you get up that you have something to do that day which mu...

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INDIANA STATE FAIR [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1903

INDIANA STATE FAIR The premium list of the Indiana State Fair of 1903 . which is to be held in Indianapolis , September 14-18 , is being distributed among exhibitors and patrons of the fair . The premiums entered aggregate $ 29 , 426 . 76 apportioned as follows : Horses , including races , J 12 . 747 . 00 ; Cattle $ 7 , 864 . 00 ; dairy products , $ 207 . 00 ; sheep $ 1 , 961 . 00 ; hogs , jl , 458 . 00 ; poultry , $ 1 , 806 ; grain , seeds and vegetables , $ 1 , 407 . 50 ; fruits and flowers , $ 1 , 107 . 50 ; bees and honey , $ 50 . 00 ; table luxuries , $ 157 . 25 ; and art , $ 1 , 256 . 00 . This is decidedly the best list ever issued by the State Board of Agriculture and should attract a very large exhibit . Soiisa and his band have been engaged for the fifth successive year , and will give concerts at the fair grounds on the afternoons of September 16 and 17 , and at Tomlinson Hall in the evenings . Other high class special attractions will be secured * The race program is a g...

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A GREAT . BARGAIN . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1903

A GREAT . BARGAIN . The Breeder s Gazette at two dollars a year ls a great bargain . The Farm Home at one dollar a year is a great bargain . Bend the Farm Home $ L 25 . ( or bath papers for the . next yean ALL THE . CQ MFOJlTSv OJR \ : HO . MB--s A home ln die great Southwest—can be learned from the pamphlets issued by the Katy — The ; Coming Country , Business Chances , Texas , Beautiful Indian Territory , - The Town That Jack Built , etc ., sent on receipt of two-cent stamp to prepay postage . Address GEORGE MORTON , G . P . & T . A ., M ., K . & T . Ry ., Suite E , St . Louis , Mo .

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THE 40 TH ANNIVERSARY [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1903

THE 40 TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE BATTLE OF CHICKAMAUGA - AND REUNION . OF WTLDERS BRIGADE . The fortieth Anniversary of the BatUe of Chlckamauga and Reunion of Wader s Brigade will take place at Chickamauga National Park , September 18 . 19 and 20 . A rate of one cent per mile short line distance , from . all points in the state ol Indiana and Illinois has been granted tij all • desiring to attend the exercises . ^ This will doubtless be the last reunion of Wilder s Brigade on the old . battlefield and we beg that all the old comrades , with , their families and friends , make special ftfforts to attend the reunion . . We invite all comrades who participated ln this battle to com ? and go with us , bring your families and friends and let us have one grand reunion . - We cordially invite those regiments who participated in the SpanishAmerican war . and had headquarters at Chlckamauga Park , -to join us , with their families and friends , upon this occasion . Tickets will be on sale one d...

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ILLINOIS CENTRAL R . R . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1903

ILLINOIS CENTRAL R . R . OF INTEREST TO STOCKHOLDERS . Free transportation to Attend the Annual . Meeting at Chicago . Public notice is hereby given that the regular annual meeting of . the stockholders of the Illinois Central Railroad Company will be held at its offices in Chicago . Illinois , on Wednesday , October 21 , 1903 , at 12 o clock noon . „ t - __ . ^ To permit personal attendance at sal * meeting there will be issued to each holder , of one or more shares of the capital stocHT of the Illinois Central Railroad Company as registered on the books of the Company at the close of business on Tuesday , September 29 , 1903 , who Is of full age , a ticket enabling him , or her , to travel free over the Company s lines from the station on the Illinois Central Railroad nearest to his or her registered address to Chicago and return , such ticket to be good for journey to Chicago only during the . fpur days immediately preceding , and the day of the meeting , and for the return journ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1903

Head Troubles Such as headache , dizziness , irritability of temper , dullness , sleeplessness , mania , fits , insanity , are nervous disorders , no matter what may be the apparent cause . Strengthen the nerves with Dr . Miles Nervine . It builds up the nerve-cells and nourishes and refreshes the entire system ; Dr . Miles Anti-Pain Pills will bring instant relief from headache , nervous exhaustion and all bodily pain . Sold on guarantee ; contain no opiates ; non-laxative ; they have no equal . Send for book free on the nerves . - Br . Miles Medical Co ., Elkhart , Ind . Hoopeston , 111 ., ls a model city of 6 , 000 people . It has many beautiful churches and homes and no saloons , and is the seat of Greer College , where young people may pursue excellent college courses of study free from saloon vices and tempts * lions * ¦ • ¦ ¦

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1903

Hie FARM tfpp ¦ i { Published Monthly ) ¦ - . - Subscriptions ¦ ¦ may begin the first of any month . ± Terms of subscriptions in the United States , Canada and Mexico , $ 1 . 00 a yeaer , payable in advance . Foreign subscribers must remit in advance , those . within the Postal Union sending 12 cents . / additional each year for postage . [ Remittances should be sent by bank draft , post office or express money order payable to The N Farm Home Co . The name on your papers yellow label _ will show to the first of what month your subscription has been paid . No other receipt is given unless stamp is sent . Change of Address Kindly send us both your old ana new address a week previous to the date of the desired change . • Discontinuances . Responsible subscribers will continue to receive this journal until the publishers • are notified by letter to discontinue , - Iwhen all arrearages must . be paid . If you do not wish the journal continued lor another year after your subscription has...

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ADVERTISING RATES [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1903

ADVERTISING RATES THE FARM HOME Twenty cents per agate line , or $ 2 . 80 ner inch per insertion . Small advertisements of five lines or Jess , one dollar per Insertion . No time or space discount from these rates given on contracts filed after January 1 , 1903 . Asrate measurement , an average of 8 words to- the line , 14 lines to the inch . Width of column 214 inches ; length of column 180 lines . All bills payable monthly as rendered , in New York or Chicago Exchange . All space contracted foF must be used within one year from date of contract . Positions may be contracted for subject to earlier contracts with other advertisers , provided such positions do not conflict with the » publisher s idea of the general make-up of the advertising pages . Advertisers are invited to investigate and test The Farm Home s circulation by every known proof , and to send their representatives for a personal inspection The circulation ofThe Farm Home is published in every , issue—advertisers know ...

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