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FARMERS ORGANIZE . By B . F . Dowdna . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1904
FARMERS ORGANIZE . By B . F . Dowdna . Farmers , dont be afraid to organize . The balance of the world is organized against you , to the extent that almost every article you buy , from a horseshoe nail to a threshing machine , is laid down to you at producer s prices and profits saddled on the top of transportation two ways , and union labor at from two to five or more dollars per day—short time . Against this six or eight million of you , with as many wives , and four times as many sons and daughters , are working from daylight till dark supplying them with food-stuffs , and raw material for manufactures , for which you do not realize , above the earnings of your investment , more than six or seven cents per hour . We assume that the only reason you have endured it all these years is that you have been allowed to reserve from your own stock food products enough for home use , and if you must fall short in other supplies , is it not vital , and you can still keep the wolf from the d...
i ; Hfeiij » sy © ME [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1904
i ; Hfeiij » sy © ME ¦ : ¦ ¦ - ( PubllBhea ; Monthly ) • ; Subscriptions . • . • • may Begin the first of any month ; . -. • Terms-. of subscriptions in the United States , Canada and Mexico , $ 0 . 50 a year , payable . in advance . Foreign subscribers must remit m advance , those - within the Postal Union sending 12 cents additional each year for postage .. Remittances should be sent by bank draft , post office or expreu money order-payable to The- 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 and 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 , when all arrearages must be paid . If V . ou ; ao - , not wish the Journal continued tax- another year after you...
BASIS OF NATIONAL SUPREMACY . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1904
BASIS OF NATIONAL SUPREMACY . 1 . A well nourished people , sensibly housed , but not pampered . 2 . A people temperate In food and drink . 3 . A virtuous people , whose homes , habits and religion tend to keep the sexual appetite under reasonable control . 4 . A people so trained by education and experience as to develop to the utmost in each individual force of character , habits of industry and thrift , power of mind , eye and hand , and a proper conception of the rights of man . 5 A system of labor and capital that fosters individual proficiency and sensible co-operation , with minimum injustice to man and money . 6 . A prosperous agriculture . The fundamental source of all these essentials to national greatness and national energy lies in the home and the family it contains . We get right back to the child , also—its environment and training . The crux of the whole matter , therefore , speaking broadly , rests In good housekeeping . —Good Housekeeping .
ILLINOIS ; LEADS [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1904
ILLINOIS ; LEADS ^ T * he &gt; report ¦ . tine ; commissioner of patents shows that during the - year 1903 one out of every 1 , 715 ; people in Illinois secured a patent , the . , number granted citizens of the state being 2 , 811 . During the same period 788 patents were granted Indlanians , or one for every 3 , 193 persons in the state ; to Iowa , 627 patents , or at the ratio of one for each 3 , 559 ; to Michiganders , 950 patents , or one for each 2 , 548 ; to Minnesota , 501 , or one for every 3 , 495 , and to the people of Wisconsin , 619 patents , or one for every 3 , 342 inhabitants .
BREVITIES . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1904
BREVITIES . Accuracy is one of the other words for success . Figger —dont scheme . Do—dont dream . The man who says I- can do it has confidence in himself . The man who says It is done has the confidence of . others . • . I will is not- as current coin as I have . The man who wafted is still waiting . The boy who went , to school to wait until it let out is now the man waiting for his Saturday s pay and to be let out . The man who is too good for his job has a job that is too good for him . Think straight and you cant be crooked . Truth is always -brilliant Temper is an untempered rod to-lean upon . The saying , If you cant be good * be careful , had better be , Be careful-to be goodi —Ad Sense . Age has its compensations , but the sweetest one of them all is the wealth of experience a busy and honorable life has accumulated . —Class Advertising . Take care of your ability and your salary will take care of itself . —Mahin . Dont bite at chances where you are to get something for not...
CHEAP RATES SOUTHWEST . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1904
CHEAP RATES SOUTHWEST . To southeast Missouri , Arkansas , Louisiana , Texas . Opportunities for securing homes in a milder climate ; land at $ 5 , $ 10 , $ 15 per acre and up ; grows corn , wheat , oats , cotton , grasses , fruits , vegetables . Low settlers rates —about half fare—February 16 , March 1 and 15 , April 5 and 19 . Write for descriptive literature , maps , cost of tickets , etc . E . W . LaBEAUME , G . P . &amp; T . A . Cotton Belt Route , St . Louis , Mo . .
COL . A . G . MADDEN . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1904
COL . A . G . MADDEN . There Is no more popular live stock auctioneer ln Indiana than Col . A . G . Madden , of Kingman , Ind . Col . Madden has been prominently identified with the sales of Berkshires held in Indiana and has proved himself not only efficient in crying sales , but ln filling the orders of a . largo number of breeders who place- theicpids in his hands with entire confidence . He is a good judge of quality , pedigree and value , which , with his integrity , has made him a very popular auctioneer to handle mall bids . In 1903 , Col . Madden conducted over two hundred sales to the entire satisfaction of bis patrons and will do much better ln 1904 .
I Wlff [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1904
I Wlff Success in Agriculture , means proyporttv for all . When the farmer prospers . ill classes enjoy good times . In order to prosper the farmer must keep posted in all matters pertaining to his business and secure the full margin of profit he is entitled to receive on his crops . He must keep pace with and adopt the -nost approved methods : for cultivating and marketing his crops . The farmer can not succeed without a practical , progressive and up-to-date farm paper , it is his best investment . Such a Paper Is THE FARM HOME Of Springfield , Illinois , which contains 20 or more , pages of valuable information of great interest nnd practical-value , to every farmer and each member of his family . THE FARM HOME ! continues to be the leading favorite with the stock feeder , the dairyman , the swine breeder , the sheep breeder ; the pouitryman and the farmer interested in better home-making and the education of the boys and girls . COMBINATIONS The Farm Home- ( . 50 ) , Breeders Ga...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1904
. The visitor at the World s Fair , soon to throw open its palaces for public Inspection , will see the most wonderfill exhibit of human achievement ever gathered to one place at pne time . More wonderful than any that has preceded , because the achievements of mankind eversince the World s Columbian Exposition have ? gone on with B eiwllde ring rapidity and also becausethe St . Louis managers are acting upon the unique idea of showing achievements not in products only , but in actual processes . To this great university of opportunities , this world of suggestions , this best and most stimulating of educations , the most progressive people of all countries will soon assemble . The feature of the Illinois corn ; growers and stockmens convention • was a lecture by E . E . Chester , of Champaign , on Important Items in Getting a Large Corn Yield . Mr . Chester is one of the most extensive corn raisers in this section and is ah authority on methods of culture of the crop . He said that...
ADVERTISING RATES THE FARM HOME [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1904
ADVERTISING RATES THE FARM HOME S 5 SSBKK &amp; SS ^ SBS ** -- ifKSSJrsSEft column 180 lines . __ j __ a All bills payable monthly as rendered . In New Toft * or Chicago Exchange . AU space contracted for must beroeo withini one year from date of contract Positions may bej ? ° ^ teVr ^ 8 ao &gt; last to earlier contracts with other ao &gt; iertlsersfprovlded such poslUons to not conflict with the Publisher ^ i ldea «* &gt;»• general make-up of the advertising vmsea . Advertisers are Invited to investigate and test The Farm Home s circuUttloai by weryknown proof , and-to-send ^ egr representatives for a personal inspection .. The circulation of Tbte Farm HipmeUi published in -every toue- ^ avwUBew . j , know what they are receiving for mm money . Proof of clrcjila « pn will be demonstrated -by postofflce ; receipts or otherwise . The remarkable growth in 0 » e _ advertising patronage of The Barm Hotte » j due entirely to the result ProducingJ » al- i S...
IT PAYS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1904
IT PAYS . W . D . Upchurch , Jr ., Gary ,- N . C . writes : Unclosed you will please find remittance In payment for my advertisement and subscription . I am well pleased with the results my advertisement in your paper has brought mo . I am sold out of stock at ( his time , but you can count on me being with you when my spring stock comes .
THE AMERICAN ROYAL [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1904
THE AMERICAN ROYAL All indecision respecting the American Royal live stock show for 1904 was dissipated when representatives of the four beef cattle breeds recently met in Kansas City and voted to hold an exhibit up to tho standard of previous events of this nature . It was the concensus of opinion among those present that special attention should be devoted this year to the carload lot exhibit of feeding cattle , and the different associations will offer special premiums for this exhibit . A much larger sum in prizes will be hung up for the carlot exhibit than was ever offered before . Each of the four cattle associations will hold an auction sale of feeding cattle d- • ing tno show , following the plan employed in auction sales of breeding stock . The committee appointed by the Herelord , bhorthorn , Angus and Galloway Breeders Association met In the Midland Kugene Rust of the stock yards company , was made chairman of the meeting and C . R . Thomas , secretary . The hlioilhorn as...
ALFALFA . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1904
ALFALFA . Hon . V . T &gt; . Coburn writes : Length of Life . Alfalfa is a perennial , and the length of time It will continue to thrive under favorable conditions , is a matter of conjecture . There are fields that are In good condition after more than twenty-five years of constant cropping . Others are reported to be so after very much longer periods . It requires three , and under unfavorable conditions even four years for alfalfa to reach its prime , and after seven to ten years a decline may generally , yet by no means always , be expected , though if properly cared for there Is no good reason why this should be so . Like any other crop , it depends upon proper treatment for best results , and when this treatment ls not given , it suffers and ceases to yield as it would under better conditions . Habits -of Growth . Alfalfa is a deep and gross feeder . The root system in its development is most interesting for its great power of penetrating , under at all favorable condi...
MILLIONS IN OATS [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1904
MILLIONS IN OATS Salzer s New National Oats yielded in . 1903 in Mich ., 240 bu . ; in Mo ., 255 bu . ; in N . D ., 310 bu . ; and in 30 other states from 150 to 300 bu . per acre . Now this Oat if generally grown in 1904 , will add millions of bushels to the yield and millions of dollars to the farmers purse . Try it for 1904 . Salzer s Speltz , Beardless Barley , Home Builder Corn , Macaroni Wheat , Pea Oat , Billion Dollar Grass and Earliest Canes are money makers for you , Mr . Farmer . Just send this notice and 10 c in stamps to John A . Salzer Seed Co ., La Crosse , Wis . and receive in return their big catalogue and lots of farm seed samples . F . P . Our readers will be pleased to see the advertisement of the old reliable pioneer seed corn firm in Shenandoah , Iowa , J . B Armstrong &amp; Sons , again in our paper . They have issued a catalogue which is without doubt the most complete illustrated descriptive seed corn catalogue ever printed . It contains complete des...
"A SQUARE DEAL . " [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1904
A SQUARE DEAL . We believe that every advertisement in tills paper ls backed by a responsible person . But to make doubly sure wewlll make good any loss to paid subscribers sustained by trusting : any deliberate swindler advertising in our columns , ana any such swindler will be publicly exposed We protect subscribers against rogues , but we do not guarantee to adjust trifling differences between subscribers and honest , responsible advertisers . Neither wiH we be responsible for the debts of honest bankrupts sanctioned by the courts . Notice of the complaint must be sent us within one month of the time of the transaction , and . you must have mentioned The Farm Home when writing the advertiser . ¦
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1904
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| ji iu ' i » jv » iiiMiiiiiWiii » iia ¦ . ' ¦ ¦¦ liawiaMiMi . iiiiij l Stock feeding . J [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1904
| ji iu i » jv » iiiMiiiiiWiii » iia ¦ . ¦ ¦¦ liawiaMiMi . iiiiij l Stock feeding . J THE OUTLOOK . A . G . Leonard . In the great Uve stock industry of the TJnited States , and In general agriculture , vast changes are taking place . The public is beginning to realize thatthe preservation of soil fertility , both . West and South , as well as East , requires the raising of live stock on farms and a careful utilizing of manure , together -with improved methods tn the rotation and cultivation of crops , and that soli fertility must be preserved as the foundation of agricultural and . national prosperity . • The marked success of Agricultural Colleges in Improving farm products and winning live stock premiums at State , National , and International Expositions , has attracted attention everywhere to their practical and successful methods . The agricultural population of this country is doing more reading and thinking toward , improved production than was ever known in rural history , ...