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Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 October 1903

H ^ = . ^ American Royal PE 1 ife ^ Live Stock Shew and Sales K :-A . TsTi 3 ^ . S CITY , OOT . 19-34 $ 25 , 000 IN CM PRIZES ! $ 25 , 000 $ 10 , 000 for Purebred Cattle . For Car Lots Fat and Feeding Cattle $ 5 , 000 . Largest Exhibit of High Grade Feeding Cattle ever held _ Entries in Carload . L , ot & open until October 17 . , —aaa-aala-aaaaa ^ j—a—aaja—a . — a—«—Auction Sales of 375 Purebred Cattle . OFFERINGS WILL BE-THE I PICK OF IOO LEKDING HERDS . I Two-thirds will be Females . I I 100 GALLOWAYS IOO IOO ABERDEEN ANGUS 100 I Sell October 20 Sell October 21 I For catalogue address R . W . PARK , Secretary , For Catalogue address W . C . McGAVOCK , Manager , I STOCK YARDS , CHICAGO , ILL . MT . PULASKI , ILL . I ___^^ Jfc ^__ , _ J . J , ^ , —MMM , . , , , , . , , , , , M .,,,,.., )^ a , ) j ,. < ,,, a , )^ a ^ a , )^ aM > , ^ . M • Maa * aaaWaM * . aaBaaaaa « aa *>«>* aVaa 4 aaaMaaaa « aaWM > a * aaaaaa ^ LM 1...

Publication Title: Farm Home
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
GOVERNOR COLEMAN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 November 1903

GOVERNOR COLEMAN The long and useful public life such as few men have been permitted to enjoy has been extended over a period of half a century to . the distinguished gentleman whose portrait appears on this page . Governor Norman J . Coleman is the well known friend of the great majority of students of advanced agriculture who for more than half a century have been interested readers of Coleman s Rural World , a leading and influential agricultural journal , founded in 1848 and since conducted by the subject of this sketch . An account of the helpful service rendered the farmers of the United States by Governor Coleman in all the departments , of rural life would fill several large volumes . It is our purpose in this connection to call attention to only one of the thousands of commendable efforts of Governor Coleman . * In May , 1885 , Norman J . Coleman , as Commisioner of Agriculture , by the appointment of President Cleveland , invited the Deans of the Agricultural Colleges of t...

Publication Title: Farm Home
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THANKSGIVING DAT [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 November 1903

THANKSGIVING DAT The President Issued his annual Thanksgiving proclamation in the following terms : By the President of the United States of America , A PROCLAMATION . The season is at hand when , according to the custom of our people , it falls upon the President to appoint a day of praise and thanksgiving to God . During the last year the Lord has dealt bountifully with us , giving us peace at home and abroad , and the chance for our citizens to work for their welfare unhindered by war , famine or plague . It behooves us not only to rejoice greatly because of what has been given us , but to accept it with a solemn sense of responsibility , realizing that under heaven it rests with ourselves to show that we are worthy to use aright what has thus been intrusted to our care . In no other place and at no other time has the experiment of government of the people , by the people and for the people been tried on so vast a scale as here in our own country in the opening years of the twent...

Publication Title: Farm Home
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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MEXICO'S PROSPERITY [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 November 1903

MEXICOS PROSPERITY Our exports to Mexico had increased . In the ten years from 1893 to the end of the last fiscal year , from the annual sum of $ 19 , 568 , 634 to that of $ 42 ,- 227 , 786 . The commercial development of Mexico is proceeding steadily , and even rapidly , under the favorable policy of President Diaz and his supporters . American capital finds safe and profitable investment in railways , mines , • plantations , and various other enterprises . The re-election of President Diaz is now assured . It seems certain , also , that the difficulties caused by the shrinkage in the value of silver will be overcome by the successful establishment of a fixed rate of exchange between Mexico s money metal and the gold standard of other countries . The cities and towns of Mexico are improving at a surprising rate , and the capital city especially is just now in the midst of the • greatest building boom that has ever , perhaps , been known in any Latin-American city except Buenoa Ayre...

Publication Title: Farm Home
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JAPAN IMPORTS GROWING . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 November 1903

JAPAN IMPORTS GROWING . The bureau of statistics of the department of commerce and labor , announces that the Imports into Japan from the United States for the flrst time exceed those from the United Kingdom . In the six months ended with June , 1903 , the imports into Japan from this country were 24 , 950 , 953 yen , against 23 , 803 , 656 yen from the United Kingdom . In 1881 the imports into Japan from the United States were less than 2 , 000 , 000 yen , against more than 16 , 000 ,- 000 yen from the United Kingdom .

Publication Title: Farm Home
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HONOR THE BREEDER . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 November 1903

HONOR THE BREEDER . The exhibitor of live stock at the World s Fair of 1904 will receive the most valuable prizes heretofore offered and the inducements provided insure the presence of the choicest specimens of every breed of utility and pleasure to man from every breeding section of the world . An entirely new departure of great significance has been established by the chief of the Department of Live Stock in the way of suitable recognition of the breeder of the best specimens exhibited . A proclamation certifying to each award will be given to the breeder of each prize animal , thereby giving tlue prominence to the breeders skill , which makes possible the exhibition of an animal deemed worthy of the unprecedented honor of a prize at the Universal Exposition of 1904 .

Publication Title: Farm Home
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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A GREAT BARGAIN . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 November 1903

A GREAT BARGAIN . The Breeders Gazette at two dollars a year is a great bargain . The Farm Home at one dollar a year is a great bargain . Send the Farm Home $ 1 . 25 for both papers for the next year .

Publication Title: Farm Home
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 November 1903

I- ¦ ¦ ¦¦¦ ¦. ^ Likes Oklahoma Best . •« I am fifty-five ran old and hare teen a firmer all my life . In making a living in the north , bnt that was about all , and I thought I could better my condition and pre my boyt a better chance by going southwest ; hart now lived here twelve years and like Oklahoma best of all . _ To my brother farmers of the north and east who want to better their condition , I would advise mem te risk the great and growing southwest . They will find it a l » nd of much promise . Joan MALONI , McLood , Old * . The above u an extract from one of hundreds of letten received from successful northern farmers now in the great south- • west . They are making more money and are better satisfied than in their old homes . Land costs less than half and is ev * ry bit as good . Values are advancing every year . Homeseekers Excursions Southwest first and third Tuesday * each month . One fare plus $ z . oo for the round trip . OneI ^^^ - ^ p ^ s ^^ ^ way rate * correspon...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 November 1903

j Cheap Lands and Homes lor Sale If you want to sell a form or ranch , tell the farmers and stock raisers about it . If you want to buy a farm or ranch , writ * to the partiei advertising them . This agricultural and liveTStock journal goes into over 30 , 000 homes of lire-stock raisers and farmers . If yon 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 very small—only twenty cents per agate line . Send copy for yonr advertisement at once and let us co-operate with you in finding a buyer for your property . THE FHRM HOME-CO ., SPHINGFIBLD , III . ^ IT Mmions for Farmers % tB & Ta %£ ^ RXAS Exhaustive tettt prove flnlinii J nn f Filler and Wrapper • VaSY / tis Mat the finest grade 1 Tl 11911 I P 9 T «* *• vnwn In fast OBACCO 0 / UUIJflJl JjUUi Texa . cn line of the D . pmcf SOXJTHBBN PACIFIC fl All 1 O Bolls and Climate similar to famous Vuelta Abajo District ol Write for full In- tfia...

Publication Title: Farm Home
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 November 1903

THINGS WORTH KNOTONQ . && minds ls S 88 miles ion ?; 212 wide . It was tbe 8 th state admitted . Has no mountains . Its surface Is limestone formation . Soil generally deep and rich . Rains abundant and evenly distributed . Crop failures nearly unknown . Coal beds 200 by 375 miles ln extent . LaSalle , after crossing the Great Lakes ln 1679 , descended the river which he named Illinois and built a fort at the lower end of Lake Peoria . First mission established by Father Marquette among the Peorias and H , askaskias near the present town «**• Utica , 1676 . Cahokia the first permanent s »* tleTient In present state of Illinois . At the outbreak of the Revolution Kaskaskia was defended by Fort Gage , which in 1777 was captured by Col . George R . Clarke , acting under Instructions , from Gov . Patrick Henry , of Virginia . Illinois territory was organized March , 1809 , with Kaskaskia the capital , and Nlnian Edwards assumed the duties of governor in June . ( ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 November 1903

OMmBFtOOWTS SWELL BQX STYLES IN FANCY PATTERNS . DRESS OYERCOATS IN BLACK AND OXFORD . % ALL LENGTHS , ALL STYLES , ALL PRIGES--S 5 TO $ 30 . MBHffRr MENS , YOUNG MENS AND BOYS SUITS . A GRAND ASSORTMENT . STETSON HRTS - KNOX HHTS Fifth and Washington Sts ., Springfield , 111 . ccprvQof-aai , » 3 L* L- » LJ OKinds Grass Seeds , Clovers and . Garden Seeds , Specialties . If you have Clover , Timothy or Millet to sell , send mo samples and will make bid . Bulbs oi Tulips , Hyacinths , Crocus and Lilies are Ready . Plant now and enjoy them in the Spring . n . C. BROWN , Tel . Main 472 . 217 South 5 tn Street , Springfield , 111 . INTeRNHTIONFtL LIVE STOCK EXPOSITION Union Stock Yard , Chicago . November 28 th to December 5 th Increased room and better facilities for Display of the Stock Increased and Improved Conditions for Visitors 10 See All of the Exposition without Inconvenience from any cause Entries Larger and Stock Better than at any previous Exposition Live Stock Men , Farmers ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 November 1903

ANDERSONS FOR PICTURES FOR CHRISTMAS £ HOLIDAY PRESENTS Call and have your sitting early . To insure your order being fined in time lor Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Special Holiday Bargains . REMEMBERlSMDERSON 611-511 No . SideSq ., SPRINGFIELD , III . YOUR next call at my STUDIO kindly mention The Farm Home SMITHSCentral Illinois Headquarters for SPORTING GOODS , GUNS , Ammunition and Cutlery Bioycles and Bicycle Sundries . Wheel and Gun Benting . Fishing Tackle and Athletic Goods . LAWN TENNIS Gun andLeOoksmith Duplicate Keys , Etc . 125 N . 6 th St ., Opp . Opera House Tel . Brown 123 . Springfield , Illinois . j LELAND HOTEL ! ! HORACE LEUO WIGGINS , Manager . k J ^ ^^^ ^ ^ ^ c f ? r ^^^^^^ i »* * l N ^^ KilS ^ £ t ? i ^ wff S ^^^ i * j ^ American or European Plan . { f SPMNGFIELD , ILLINOIS . J

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 November 1903

Hlmef H . fiaglei » , | K . D . Affthaf liee flSglei * , CO .. D . Oculists and Havists te St . John s Hospital Diseases of the Eye , Hot * , fiose and Throat 011 Capitol Hvenue Orliees villi be moved to the Hoglen Bulltflng poupth and Capitol Avenue dunlng Januavy , 10 O 4 . Springfield , »» ¦ - Illinola WwSB- Slfllf WiWS *¦ ¥ ¦ * * . J Vfni 11 rT i y VTiiinry Mail Order Department . $ 10 . 00 Special Holiday Offer . 20-Year Warranted Gold Filled Hunting Case Fitted with fine 7 Jewel , nickel movement State If Ladles or Gents size is wanted . This -watch is guaranteed a good time keeper . Sent prepaid to any address , on receipt ol Price , $ 10 : Do it To-day . Your money bacr II not salisrled . Address Lochman Bros . JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS . D «) pt . M . 210 So . Gth St ., Springfield , I 1 L

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THINGS WORTH K 80 WTKQ-, [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 November 1903

THINGS WORTH K 80 WTKQ-, ( Continued from Page 3 . ) The territory of Illinois first consisted of what was left of the northwest territory after Ohio , Michigan and Indiana had been set aside . In addition to the state Itself as at present bounded , It Included Wisconsin and part of Minnesota . Territorial capital Kaskaskia . State capital , 1818 to 1 S 36 , Vandalia ; since then , Springfleld . Fort Dearborn , at the mouth of the Chicago river , was built In August , 1803 . During the war of 1812 the small garrison at Fort Dearborn was compelled to withdraw and then occurred the massacre of BO men , women and children by the Pottawatomies . The fort was burned and was not rebuilt until 1816 . The Black Hawk war In 1832 was a bitter one . Troubles over the Mormon question at Nauvoo , IU ., 1840 to 1846 , and the raising of regiments for the Mexican war furnished plenty of excitement . The Chicago and Michigan canal was finished to La Salle In 1848 . The legislature of 1837 authorize...

Publication Title: Farm Home
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 November 1903

g = , . . I Do You Realize ? That yon can purchase best ¦ PUIOSV- . AJSTO <mm At prices as LOW as anywhere , fox Oash or on easy terms , also Pianos for rent , at R. LBerry SPRINGFIELD , ILL . Roy M. Seeley , ATTORNEY AT LAW . Probate and Chancery Practice Solicited 1101 NORTH FIFTH STREET , Springfield , III . v J mTJZCIAT , ; Columbia Wax Records 15 o each ; f 1 . 50 per dosen . TALKING MACHINES ^_^ AMs . Ol * ALL KINDS . (L IL ^ : PHONOGRAPHS . . flSSgFl COLUMBIA * SlB ^ GRIPHOPHOKES . Columbia and Victor Disc MachinesEdison Records 60 c etch ; 15 . 00 per dozen . Columbian X . P . Escorts 25 c each . ROY J . GOURLEY , fi » North Side Square , Springfleld , IU Geo . I. Harnett ¦¦¦»»» — ¦ ¦¦¦¦ - Pictures .. »•» - -.- Picture Framing . > « i ? ALL NEW STOCK . • •? — - 207 South 5 th Street . We Make Home WortaWe Our many years experience jj t enables us to heat your house sue- .. * 0 g cessfully -with the Round Oak ^ Eat ^ mmmmwemmw Furnace for the best graded...

Publication Title: Farm Home
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 November 1903

STOP ! ( j Buying ff Poor Shoes Give ns a chance to prove that we have THE BEST SCHOOL SHOE on earth lor $ 1 . 50 Boys—Steel Shod Gills—Iron-clad Made from Honest Leather Satisfaction Guaranteed HESSER& CO . North Side 8 q . Springfield , I 1 L

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