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THB ANNEXATION PAD . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 December 1903

THB ANNEXATION PAD . . lhere is entirely too much loose talk about annexing this , that and the other territory to the United States . It is not a good thing . Thus the New York Tribune expresses Itself while discussing the joint resolutions submitted by a senator proposing the annexation of Cuba . The United States has ample territory and insular possessions to enable it to fulfill its high mission-with-out appearing to grasp after more . In the- ease of Cuba the proposal was peculiarly ill-timed . The world has been nffiiin and again assured that the United Suites , unlike the land grabbing governments of Europe , has only the loftiest motives of philanthrophy inspiring them when they take part in the troubles of other peoples . It was espoeially declared that in the case of ; uba there were no territorial -designs in undertaking the conflict with Spain . in condemning _ the Cuban annexation proposal an eastern ~ senator went out of i >> s way to hint at Cana...

Publication Title: Farm Home
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TRANS-SIBERIAN RATTAVAV . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 December 1903

TRANS-SIBERIAN RATTAVAV . i > ut it is not Russia , not Siberia alone , inch will receive the benefits of the ii ns-Siberian mil way . The world in general and the United States in particular will become its beneficiary . \\ Hy the United States in particular ? or a great many reasons . Siberia i « eds just the kind of goods the United flutes has to offer ; the United States ¦ an use just the kind of products Bluer a has ; this is one and the most important reason . . One of the many other reasons is that Siberia needs American iipital and Russia encourages Amerl- , n investment in preference to any other country . , „ ™ li ° 2 J e dollar and twenty-five cents * o The Farm Home , Springfield , 111 ., •« annual subscription for the Farm | l ° 25 e aDd Bree < 3 ers Gazette , both for

Publication Title: Farm Home
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NATIONAL IRRIGATION [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 December 1903

NATIONAL IRRIGATION An institution of wijle significance and influence has entered upon its second decade . It has covered a large portion of the United States , in its peripatetic system of selecting meeting places , and has increased in representative membership until it can claim to be the largest agricultural assembly in the United States , measured by its roil call of states represented , in connection with the fullness of its delegated membership . Its original purposes , as described by-a Californian who is credited with its inception , are to reclaim the greatest possible area , of arid land and populate it with the greatest possible number of human beings . Both its influence and its scope have exceeded the anticipations of its most devoted founders and its future in the same lines can not be predicted . There are many indications that its services in the development of the western half of the United States will be unique in the industrial history of the world . —Edward J ....

Publication Title: Farm Home
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SOCIALISTS IN JAPAN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 December 1903

SOCIALISTS IN JAPAN Comment on Japanese progress has become commonplace . But according to a Parisian journal there is a new evidence that Japan means to emulate the west . The socialist movement , it seems , has got a foothold in the land of the Mikado , As yet it is confined to the lower strata of society and has to contend With the apathy and indifference of the people generally , and the active opposition of the governing classes . The socialists of Japan have an organ of their own , but it is greatly hampered by government interference . The editor was called to account for several incendiary articles which had appeared in its columns and the publication of his paper was stopped . The socialists are credited with the possession of a quiet determination to propagate their theories in spite of all opposition . According to the account given of the movement , Japan appears to be uncongenial soil for its growth . Japanese liberals are decidedly opposed to the socialistic propaganda...

Publication Title: Farm Home
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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AMERICA WILL BUILD THE CANAL ' [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 December 1903

AMERICA WILL BUILD THE CANAL That is not an important movement in France in favor of France s building the Panama canal Instead of the United . States . A few papers have taken it up suddenly , since the secession of Panama , possibly with the idea of exacting from this government for the Frendh rights more than the $ 40 , 000 ,- OOO ^ already stipulated for . France has had the Panama concession twenty-five years . The only thing that prevented her from cutting the isthmus during that time was lack of money , of skill , or of enterprise . During all those years the United States kept its hands off . Two French companies in succession had ample opportunity to build the canal . Finally in 1899 the second company practically withdrew from further operations for lack of funds , and the whole project dropped . Then the United Statea stepped in and offered $ 40 , 000 , 000 to the French company for its unfinished work on the isthmus . The company accepted . The United States option still...

Publication Title: Farm Home
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
RECIPROCITY WITH CANADA . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 December 1903

RECIPROCITY WITH CANADA . If the United States and Canada were business corporations , soulless and passionless , with an eye only to the main chance , they would negotiate a reciprocity treaty at once . They might haggle over terms , each trying to get a little the better of the other , but they would not be long in coming to an agreement which would benefit both of them financially . As the two countries are not business corporations , and are controlled by politicians or statesmen and not by boards of directors , there is no likelihood of reciprocity . The Illinois Manufacturers association has asked for it , as associations in other parts of the country have done—in the northwest and in New England , for Instance—but they will not get what they ask for , because the two countries are not run on strictly business principles . It would benefit the dominion greatly , and would not harm the United States in the least , if the agricultural products of Canada were allowed to enter thi...

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PANAMA'S ENVOY TO THE UNITED . STATES . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 December 1903

PANAMAS ENVOY TO THE UNITED . STATES . The new republic is perhaps fortunate in- securing such a representative , for M . Bunau-Varilla adds the experience of a lifetime as an engineer to the qualities of a diplomat—an exceedingly rare combination . Meeting the latest acquisition to the circle of foreign representatives at Washington , one is impressed with the fact that , while unassuming and agreeable in manner , he is tactful aiid ^ thoroughly conversant with not only the importance but the delicacy of the position in which he has been placed . When the conversation becomes of a technical nature , however , the fact is appreciated that he is literally an encyclopedia on scientific subjects , and especially on the topics to which he has devoted so much of his life . A feature of his ^ personality is his apparently strong friendship for Americans , which he explains by saying that it is owing to his admiration of the remarkable engineering feats which have been performed in this co...

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THE ERIE CANAL ENLARGEMENT . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 December 1903

THE ERIE CANAL ENLARGEMENT . When the mere political aspects of the elections of 1903 have been long forgotten , the decision made at the polls by the voters of the state of New York on the question of enlarging the Erie canal will stand forth as a landmark in the history of American transportation and commerce . It is a singular fact that the two most costly waterway undertakings ever projected by any government were practically assured by events occurring on the same day—namely , November 3 , 1903 . On that day the revolt of Panama fixed the fate of the interoceanic canal project , upon which the people of the United States will expend , probably , more than $ 200 , 000 , 000 , while the voters of New York , also on that day , gave their assent to the issuing of bonds to support the decision made by the last legislature to enlarge the Erie canal at an estimated expense of $ 101 , 000 , 000 , in order that it may readily accommodate barges each carrying as much as one thousand tons...

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

Cheap Lands and Homes lorSale „ , If . v . ? u want to sell a farm or rauch , tell the farmers and stock raisers about it . the If * ° a Wan t 0 bUy a farm or ranisl 1 write io ta 9 Pirtlos aivertisin ? This agricultural and live-stock journal iroa 3 into oyer 30 , 033 hom 93 or a re-stock raisers and formers . » rinLl ( l u - havcli a J s 00 . ( i P [ ece 0 ( land t 0 8 el 1 at a reasonable price , you will certainly find a buyer among them . The cost of an advertisement is very small—only twenty cents per Send copy for your advertisement at onca and let us co-operate with jo \ x in finding a buyer for your property . THB FRRJVJHOME CO .. ; ¦ * SPHINGFIBLD , IL . L .. I I 1 Millions for Farmers Itll ^ n ^ X | JSf * j * *^ iWP 5 Sn u r * « VWTT £ « I OBACCO of uiilMll JjDal »¦ ««•• . //« •/»• I Dipmn soxjrKcaiEs , isr * p A or trio I **¦* + ¦* - 1 A > aoll * and Climsts similar to ( imim Vuelta Abaj J Dl » trlct of I Write tor lull In- Plaar dsl tclo , Ouo * rib lormatlon...

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

I Made Money I In New Mexico . I My father , James B . Whitmorc , came to New Mexico from New Yorl ; I State with no other wealth than a horse , saddle and bridle—to-day he is the ¦ owner of one of the finest ranch homes in the Southwest , worth $ 25 , 000 to B S 3 5 , 000 . He has a fine orchard containing all kinds of fruit trees , and for I several years has sold from £ 5 , 000 to 30 , 000 pounds of apples every season . n His irrigating ditches are supplied with water from a large spring , a few feet from the home ; over a hundred acres are irrigated from this great spring . My father is now 70 years old , is hale and hearty and declares there is no country better for firming and stock raising than the Great Southwest . ., Mas . J . W . CONANT , Conant , Guadalupe County , N . M . It is no trouble to make money in New Mexico . The climate has a great deal to do with it . You live longer and are happier . I Homeseekers - Excursions Southwest first and third Tuesdays I each month ...

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PRESIDENT ROOSBEVEI / r IS 45 . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 December 1903

PRESIDENT ROOSBEVEI / r IS 45 . President Roosevelt was born in . New Tork City October 27 , 1858 . Mr . Roosevelt s career aa a public man begun twenty-two years ago . The various steps to the office of president of the United States which he now holds are thus given in chronological order : November , 1881 . —Elected a member of the New York state assembly ; served during the sessions of 1882 , 1883 and 1881 . 1886 . —Republican candidate for mayor of New York . 1889 . —Appointed a member of the United States civil service commission by President Harrison . 1895 . —Appointed president of the New York board of police commissioners . 1897 . —Appointed assistant secretary of the navy by President McKinley . 1898 . —Resigned from the navy department and , with Colonel Wood , organized Roosevelt s Rough Riders , and was commissioned lieutenant colonel . . July 1 , 1898 . —* Oed the Rough Riders in charge up San Juan hill ; advanced to the rank of colonel . Nov . 1 , 1898 . —Elected Gov...

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TRAIN THE CHILD TO MAKE DIS -COVERIES . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 December 1903

TRAIN THE CHILD TO MAKE DISCOVERIES . By Hosea P . Myers . _ The healthy , vigorous and intellectual child must have something to think about , talk of and imitate . It is therefore necessary that he should have proper guidance , for as the tender vine reaches out and entwines itself around the nearest support that it meets , be it a hovel , a mansion or a tall and stately tree , so does the child s character become guided and influenced by its environments , be they of the loathesome order where dirt and drunken brawls reign supreme , or ( Continued ou Page 4 . )

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

THE JOHN BRESSMER CO Central Illinois Headquarters for DRY GOODS , LACES , LINENS , HOSIEBY , UNDEBWEAB , CLOAKS , SUITS AND GENERAL FURNISHINGS CAKPBTS , RUGS , MATTINGS DRAPERIES AND CURTAINS Estimates on Carpets and Furnishings if desired PROMPT REPLY TO MAIL . ORDERS . SPECIAL HOLIDAY OFFERINGS Agents for Butterick Patterns SOUTHEAST COR . SQUARE , SPRINGFIELD , ILLINOIS . , . - . CHR 1 STMA 8 DECORATIONS Holly , Mistletoe , Holly Wreaths , Green Wreaths , Bed Xmas Bells Immortelles and Immortelle Designs for the Cemetery - A LARGE VARIETYOF MATERIAL FOR DECORATIN 0 . A f * RPnWN FLORIST AND SEED MERCHANT • V ^» O l \ V TT 11 • Sir hOlITH CIPT H STBBBT . ¦ Tel . * T 2 ; * - * ¦ , A 1 1 1 T \ f 1 I If you are interested in Oklahoma Farm Lands for a home ar an Ilirhnnni Q HQrm QtinC investment—lands that produce from 20 to 4 D bushels of wheat to UAlUllUlilu I Ql llULdlllliJ the acre , and other products in proportion—that can be bragkfe adr from $ 15 to $ 25 per acre , good healt...

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

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

TRAINING THE CHILD TO MAKE DISCOVERIES . ( Continued from page 3 . ) where harmony , kindness and lntellegence rule . The eh ild must and will think of something , and his thoughts should be directed by bringing him in contact with people , places and ideas that will form a wholesome impression on his mind , for his line of thought is bound to be of the same type as the conversations that lie hears , for from the words that are uttered in his presence he acquires his vocabulary , and receive suggestions which become his thought germs that burst forth and produce the ideas that control him . Let the child visit new places and see new things . Take the city child into the country on a farm and he will be in a wonderland , and will- be astonished to see the cows , calves , goats , pigs , sheep , ducks , chickens and a hundred other things that he has never seen before and he will have a fund of valuable information on country life which he delights to Impart to his playmates , who beco...

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

mm , ¦¦¦ , ¦ ¦¦ - ¦ . ..-. a- 11 ¦¦ . ¦ ... Do You Realize ? That you can . purchas * best ¦ sums >* JZNJD * ORGAIS - ^ At prices as LOW as anywhere * . for-Cash or on easy terms , also Pianos for rent , at ILL Berry SPRINGFIELD , ILL . J { oy M . Seeley , ATTORNEY AT LAW . Probate and Cteery Practice Solicited 11 QKNORTH FIFTH STREET , Springfield , 111 , STOP / f Bitflng Poor Shoes Give ns a chance to prcnee that WJ 6 have - THE BEST IffiHDOL SJfflE - on earth for $ 1 . 50 Boys—Steel Shod Girls—Iron-clad lade from Honest Leather Satisfaction Guaranteed HESSER & CO . i North Side Sq . Springfield , 111 . DCAflEBC WSNTAKIN ^^ SH ? AflUCDTIQCDC CflDM URME IlLriilLjiO AT STORES OF TiLE ABOVE fill ¦ Lll I IvLllO THKIK AD IN THB I fllllfl IIU lilt

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 December 1903

ajfKVXA . li : Columbia Wax Records 15 c each ; SI . 00 per dnz-n . TALKING MACHINES , j ^ OP ALL KINDS . ^ jjj l ^ r PHONOGRAPHS . OTKKEjl COLUMBIA MB ^* GRAPHOPHONES . Columbia and Victor Disc MachinesEdison • ecords 50 c each : $ 5 . 00 per dozen . Columbian X . P . Records 25 c each . ROY J . GOURLEY , 523 North Side Suuare , Springfield . IH . i T 0 $ 20 O IARM AIR FURNACE FROM $ 100 WE WILL PUT YOU IN HOME COMFORTABLE HARDWARE KITCHENWAIE CUT THIS OUT- a handsome callendar . Co . Ill-SLi ™ streel Illinois . Mall to us andwe-will * eiKl-you Henson Robinson Srsringflsld ., ^ • ¦ • ••••••••••••••••••• - • M A M st §^ W # « vkk * J ^ IN J ^ JBP ^ ^ IllY 115

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