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$ 1 , 000 a Year for Life [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 October 1903
$ 1 , 000 a Year for Life It can be obtained by small monthly payments . An investment that will bring you A COMFORTABLE OLD AGE . It appeals to everyone . If you have as little as $ 2 . 50 per month , It will interest you . As safe as a government bond . Better than life insurance . Hundreds are now profiting by this plan . Write us to-day for literature of tha Montezuma Plantation . MONTEZUMA AGENCY , 1107 Ashland Block , Chicago .
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 October 1903
10 c , A YEAR SOOTHHS . - ^ zine in the -world for 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 . 50 c , 12 yrs . $ 1 . Or clubs of 6 names 60 c , 12 for Jl . Send us a club . Money back if not delighted . Stamps taken . Cut this out . Send today . ROCKY MOUNTAIN MAGAZINE , Denver , Colo . r \ 1 1 To any one seeking lnI AlAfUnn formation concerning \ J \ jlm UUU a ? y P ° ! -tion ot the State vviviuuu of Colorado or other ji , western state we will UlTVftrO send fifteen newspapers 1 / 1 In I . N from different states for A Ul / llU IB 2 c stamps , or 25 pa- * pers , all of late dates and each one from a different locality , for 40 c in stamps , including a 3 mos . trial subscription to our big weekly mining and family paper , illustrated...
I « I , » H Che Dairy 9 iv —¦— [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 October 1903
I « I , » H Che Dairy 9 iv —¦— ¦ am—« v—^^ mMwrn—^ m * av ^ mW * . m-mm—_ BUILDING UP THE SOIL . Dr . Robert C . Morris -writes : The better class of farm papers are properly giving ; more space for valuable information on the making and handling manures . Two . reasons why farmers dont get more out of these articles is that they just read instead of studying them so as to get some of the underlying philosophy . The farmer ls face to face with the fact that before he can better his own condition he must first better his soil conditions . These articles ought to be read and reread , or studied . Now that the subject of green manuring is on top a few . words will be in place . A mass of green washy stuff is not manure . It ls like green apples , tasteless , immature and capable of real barm . All plants , to have a fertilizing . value , must have passed the blooming period and are at their very best when the seeds are fairly well developed . It is at this stage of growth the chemical ...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 October 1903
* DAIRY AND FOUX . TR . Y SUPPLIES !* We have everything needed-for the Dairyman or the Po ^ tryman . The ^ best Hoods for the least money . Please seneTfor our ¦ r chly » £££ *«^ Dairy or Poultry Catalogue , whichever one you are most Interested In . MAIUED i-ifte . BLHNKE 5 i HHl / K SSUPP-V COMPKNY , 202 and 204 Market Street , ST . LOUIS , MO . POLAR CREAMERY A ^^ ^ ^ ^ m ^ ^ ^ jC ^ ^^^^ # ; r ^^ .. aflHRBffl . ^^^ Jlrft-r St « W % ^* IPwi _ HSJpiS V \ 3 * _ _ l i ^ - - 1 ! 1 jiS * i # _ te ^_ tf a , * Hi H 1 * £ SK * KflBft » Tl WATS * Il j &gt;« MSC . ^ -riH . M &amp; Refrigerator ** Jf 1 Hi ... ; — ~ —— - -..-- . _ r * . H ! j I ill particulars address . B Sj THE POLAR CREAMERY CO . • IKS ™ ^ aj FPx £ L SOLID GOLD FOUNTAIN PEN I Tliis Pen has Gold Nibs , 14 kt . fine , pointed with selected Iridium . The Holders are pure Para Rubber handsomely . fS-vsga finished . The simple \ | | | p Feeder gives a uniform ,, -1111 ^ ow ° ^ ink - ^ e £ uar j j ^ p an tee thes...
[ Jersey 6 iWe | |> | , t | ¦ - - —a ^ aa . _ a _ a » l [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 October 1903
[ Jersey 6 iWe | |&gt; | , t | ¦ - - —a ^ aa _«_ . _ a _ a » l WHERE TO BUY JERSEY CATTLE . Breeders of Jersey cattle and farmers desiring to purchase first-class JerLvs will serve their best interests t &gt; y Bending for prices , pedigrees , etc ., to the following gentlemen well known as successful breeders : GEORGIA . Belmont Farms .. Smyrna ILLINOIS . Oliver J . Bailey Joljet H . N . Higinbotham ...... Joliet KANSAS . Sayda Polo Jersey Farm . . „ . . . Parsons MASSACHUSETS . Wataquadock Farm Bolton PENNSYLVANIA . j . S . Campbell .... ..... Butler SOUTH CAROLINA . A . H . White .... Rook Hill VIRGINIA . H . A . S . Hamilton &amp; Co Staunton FACTS ABOUT BUTTER MAKING . At a recent tri-county county butter show held in Lincoln . Illinois , Instructor Oscar Erf of the State University , gave an address which the Bloomingtor . Pantagraph summarizes as follows : You should never churn cream at a temperature above _ 60 degrees , or you cannot get all the fat ...
YOUR MONEY BACK [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 October 1903
YOUR MONEY BACK WITH 25 PER CENT . If You are in Any Way Dissatisfied . We have represented many mining properties but never represented or recommended one that we did not believe , after careful and thorough investigation , to be good and also to be honestly and capably conducted . Every mining proposition that we have handled has been demonstrated to be a genuine , bona fide , honest property . Some have developed into groat money makers and others are on the high road to success . „ , , _ ,. But until we took hold of Central Gold and Copper in New Mexico , we never found a mining property so thoroughly good and so certain of success that we felt justitied . from a business point of view ,. in saving to purchasers of stock : If you do not want this stock after a reasonable time wo will take it back from you at a good advance on your purchase price . You are Secured Against Loss . This is a wonderful property . We have demonstrated its worth and we stand by it and guarantee it . St...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 October 1903
ILLIN 0 I 8 JENTRBE UNUSUALLY LOW RATES TO THE SOUTH , SOUTHEAST AND SOUTHWEST , SEPT . 15 AND OCT . 20 . On the above datesSthe Illinois Central will sell from stations on its line in Illinois south of , but including , Chicago , Wenona and Peoria , Round-trip Tickets to New Orleans and certain points south on the Illinois Central and Yazoo &amp; Mississippi Valley Railroads , Round-trip Tickets to Houston and points east thereof ln Texas and Louisiana on the Southern Pacific . Also , on the same dates Round-trip Tickets to Atlanta , Chattanooga , Jacksonville , and certain other points in the Southeast . Tickets and full Information of agents of the Illinois Central and connecting lines . A . H . HANSON , G . P . A ., Chicago . I dm &amp; k
ialt »»»«»» a >«» a » ai aHH »» a )» a , a . $ mim ^ jj »! [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 October 1903
ialt »»»«»» a &gt;«» a » ai aHH »» a )» a , a . $ mim ^ jj »! —a »«» a » ti »&lt;&gt;&gt; J »&gt; a »&lt; a »« ja ¦¦¦ ¦¦¦!! I a , a » a » . HOG NOTES . Milk and bran make an excellent slop . A strong maternal appearance should be the first consideration in a brood sow . No sow carrying her young should be allowed to become constipated . The brood sow and the growing pig should hot be fed as the fattening animal . A sow may often be kept as a profitable breeder until she is seven years old . It is an exceptional case where hogs can be wintered profitably in a dry lot on corn alone . To obtain the best results a sow should be in good flesh and gaining , not overfed wjen bred . Too early breeding weakens the maternal forces of the sow , causing small and weak litters . The quality of the meat produced is surprisingly affected by the food and management of the swine during growth . When young pigs have learned to eat , much care must be ta...
mmmmmWmm 9 **^ + * + * mmm * mmWmm 9 mmmmmm - CBerkshire Sales ., !' ¦ "* [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 October 1903
mmmmmWmm 9 **^ + * + * mmm * mmWmm 9 mmmmmm - CBerkshire Sales ., ! ¦ * LARGE INCREASE . The entries filed in the office of the American Berkshire Association during the month of September , 1903 , largely exceed the number presented for registration in any corresponding month . Complete registrations were made in September , 1 » 03 , for breeders residing In Canada , England and the United States , as follows : Alabama •• •• 1 California ¦ X Colorado S Florida - % Georgia JZ Illinois ° » Indiana » • ••• S , Iowa • •¦ Z % Kansas - iZ Kentucky ? ? Louisiana • ^ w Maryland i * Massachusetts l ° Michigan * Minnesota . ••• ° Missouri ™ Nebraska * New Hampshire J New Jersey * * New York * North Carolina £ Ohio J 2 Oklahoma ..... • Oregon a Pennsylvania South Carolina » Tennessee » iJ Texas ° J Vermont •• * Virginia H Washington A Wisconsin *¦ % Canada . 5 England * Total 68 ° SEPTEMBER SALES . The demand for Berkshlres continues strong and the sales reported for September , 1903 , largel...
WHERE TO BUY BERKSHIRES . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 October 1903
WHERE TO BUY BERKSHIRES . Breeders and farmers desiring to purchase first-class Berkshlres will serve their interests by sending to the following well known gentlemen for catalogue and price list , viz .: ALABAMA . E . A . Bishop Talladega Sam T . Smith Troy ARKANSAS . W . J . Bell Beebo Sam P . McColloch Cane Hill CALIFORNIA . Jos . Kelly Ferndale S . B . Wright Santa Rosa GEORGIA . Belmont Farm - Smyrna W . P . Jackson Athens J . G . B . Erwin Erwin ILLINOIS . C . H . C . Anderson tS . Co Carlinvilla F . D . Crane Mt . Sterling W . H . Dawdy Greenville James Frake Clifton W . H . Ker Prairie du Rocher Jas . McPherson Rockford W . E . Neal Bridgeport D . H . Shank Paris Homer Waters Dawson INDIANA . Charles Barker Thorntown Walter Gonion Metamora Geo . W . Jessup Rockville Travis Neal Brownsburg Noah Wilson Mexico IOWA . E . Breitbach Cascade J . H . Dehner Cascade W . D . McTavish Coggon KANSAS Manwaring Bros Lawrence E . W . Melville Eudora W . H . Rhodes Tampa C . A . Stannard E...
| sb « p } [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 October 1903
| sb « p } WHERE TO BUY SOUTHDOWNS . Breeders and farmers desiring to purchase first-class Southdowns will serve their interests by sending to the following well known gentlemen for price list , viz : ILLINOIS . J . A . Leland Springfield MISSOURI . ~ IThos . P . Hamilton Auxvasse NEW JERSEY . Edward E . H orton Chester NEW YORK . John H . Warren Hoosick Falls W . V . Hamilton Caledonia VERMONT . Billings Farm , George Aitken , Mar . , ... Woodstock SHEEP . NOTES . Feed only , what the sheep will eat up clean . Divide the flock according to age , size . and sex . Arrange to afford the ewes plenty of opportunity to exercise . In order to get a good fleece the sheep ) iiu . &lt;? t be kept ln a vigorous condition . - Feed the fleece and at the same time feed the body , which is to produce it . The foods which conduce most to bodily growth will make the best wool . A well growing and vigorous condition in the sheep is best for wool growing . Dont buy a ram unless he has a good ...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 October 1903
Ir + 2 k 11 PI ZM fl H H tf 1 S &lt; freenhouaea . 1 Oil 1 ICllldllg Established 1852 Now is the time to order Hardy Trees and Plants » 7 or Fall Planting Send for catalogue . PHOENIX NURSERY CO ., 1510 Park St ., Bloomington , III W — .. ¦ mem * , tm ¦ m mm tmm B Is the moet economical and satisfactory B I ¦_ I B HMK Pol Am I _ . a ** ¦ for warming all the rooms in a bouse . irUllllllVEil We sell the - &lt; S I HE AT I M ^ dep SteelFaraaca 1 I Iffl ¦ _ # ¦¦ . I I and full equipment direct to users , thus mak- I ^^ . . a inga distinct saving In- the- cost . All parts ^ aBa &gt; a _ aa __ aaa _ ana | a ^| ftre me , fo | Q fit JlflrfCCtly ftnd by the Sid Of OUF ¦ ^ Baaasa 1 *************************** **^ full instructions any handy man can set it up H ready for use . Burns any kind of fuel and will keep 8 rooms at . seventy degrees tempera- ¦ H ture In zero weather with no more fuel than would be required . by . two stoves .- Rev . C . C . B Adams of Oelwein ,...
r Poultry j ,, , ¦¦ i ¦ - " [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 October 1903
r Poultry j \ ,, , ¦¦ i ¦ - POULTRY NOTES . The best egg producers are not al- „ ., vs the best market fowls . Aside from the question of eggs a warm quarters is a great saving of Comfortable quarters for winter will i , « a great saving of food . Fatten and Kill off the old hens uni « s wanted especially for mothers . K the fowls be stinted- in food they cannot lay up material for eggs . Ton days after the hens are cooped up with a cockerel the hegs will hatch true to the mating . The purity of one bird is not Improved for breeding purposes by being bred to another of a different breed . From this on chicks cannot be expected to grow very rapidly unless particularly well housed and fed . The egg is found to contain a variety of substances , accordingly , the food of the hen must be varied . In having food constantly before fowls the great risk run is of having them too fat . From this time on no hens should be allowed to roost outside . There Is too iiuch risk of disease . One adva...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 October 1903
Farmers Sons Wanted-S ^ PfiS stock and fair education to work ln an office ; $ 60 a month with advancement : steady employment ; must be honest and reliable . Branch offices of the association are being established in each state . Apply at once , giving full particulars . Th « Veterinary Science Association , London , Canada . MANAGER WANTED . Reliable man in every county to conduct a splendid paying business . Exclusive control given . Experience unnecessary . No canvassing , no insurance or book offer , but something new , legitimate and honorable . Address with stamp , TIIB PUKITAK COMPANY , i Bloomfield , Indiana ,
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 October 1903
BATCH OF WANTS . 1 . We will give a worthy and hustling young man a Business College education , including board , in exchange for services . Give full personal information , age , qualifications , etc . 2 . We will give an educated , earnest young lady a Commercial and Short-hand education , including board , in exchange for office services ; excellent opportunity . Give personal information , age , experience , qualifications , etc 3 . We will appoint one boy In each town or township to distribute Lesson papers . We are having splendid success teaching by mail . The right kind of boy can pay for a full course In this way . State age and qualifications . 4 . We will give a full course by mail to forty educated , enterprising young men and women and guarantee a good situation as stenographers , book-keepers , - operators and Commercial teachers aa soon as qualified . To prove this offer bona fide , we agree that part of tuition may bo paid from earnings after situation is accepted ....