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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1904
Farmers Sons Wanted ^ W ^ stock and fair educaHon ; to work in an cilice ; $ 60 a month with advancement ; Bteady employment ; must be honest and reliable . Branch offices of the association are being established in each state . Apply at once , giving full particulars . The Veterinary Science Association , London , Canada .
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1904
Conservatory 13 B . Second St .. ALTON . ILLINOIS . 13 th year , third term , Dec . 1 , 1903 . piano Department , Voice Culture , sight singing ; . Violin . Art , Special Studies , Business Course , Guitar , Mandolin , Banjo . Well equipped with-library and apparatus . The conservatory is an Alton Institution . t : . . Sand for catalogue . / R . C . MILLS , Director . Alton . Wffl INDEPENDENT TELEPHONE ^ M W $ FACTORIES IN THE W 0 RLDWJ 3 y What better evidence ot tiie real ^ f Egl Stromberg-Carlson J ||| BSgaM can be produced than that their Ij &amp; ii Wr $ T tnr &amp; e immense factories furnish . RMjt J Href ] If these phones were not better than H- $ ^ l g &amp; 3 f any other—the business would not R &amp; Kf | STri be the largesMn the world . Send 5 tsSHS IH *? stamps for 188-page book that tells , I LU ALL about the best and cheapest phone A I J * ftk mwl £ ,, ? r ? sk , or f «» t &lt; x * F 54 , A . I UUjA _ ^ Telephonel actsIorFarmen ...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1904
Earn a Scholarship tShe Greatest Opportunity in tHe World to get an Education . Not a Cent to PayAll to Gain ! . £ ««« £ «* fe fc IS The niembers of the Page-Davis Company are recognized as the leading correspondence instructors in the world today . They are widely known as the originators of advertising instruction , and for seven years have been preparing voting men and women , for this most lucrative profession . Their successful graduates are holding the highest positions all over the United . States and Canada . Recently the United States government recognized Edwairl T . Page , chief instructor , as an expert . This is the first tinr such an honor was ever bestowed upon any member cf the profession . Listen to this COMMON-SENSE Offer ! SCHOOL OF ADVERTISING For fifty paid up subscriptions to Common-Sense , ( $ T . JX &gt; each ) we will give a scholarship in the Page-Dasds School of Advertising . SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM For fifty subscriptions we will give a scholarship h...
FariB . Manager Wanted [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1904
FariB . Manager Wanted Mr . J . MvO . desires to employ a manager to take charge of a . flrst class herd of Jersey cattle and Berkshire hogs . The farm of Mr . O . consists of about five hundred acres , near a large railroad center . The farm is well adapted for the classes of stock named , and is in the center of a large and prosperous class of patrons . The stock raised has been selected with much care and is first class in breeding and quality . An experienced man can make a permanent and advantageous arrangement with the owner . Address J . M . O ., care The Farm Home , Springfield , IU .
TO THE BERKSHIRE BREEDERS OF INDIANA . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1904
TO THE BERKSHIRE BREEDERS OF INDIANA . We , the undersigned committee , appointed by the Indiana Live Stock . Commissioners , for the Louisiana Purchase Exposition at St . Louis , 19 W ,- to superintend the organization of the Berkshire exhibit from Indiana , ask the hearty cooperation of every Berkshire breeder within her limits . It is our purpose to have a large and not only a creditable exhibit , but the best exhibit of Berkshires of any State . It is nothing more than the world will expect from Indiana , and why should the public not expect it . Indiana has produced more noted Berkshires ln her time than any other state , and In fact than all other states combined in recent years . Take for instance the past five years , the champion boars of the leading State fairs and Expositions , four of the five were bred in Indiana and the fifth one was exhibited and is now owned by an Indiana breeder . Of these five boars referred to , only two are now living , but they are still within ...
BROOK HILL HERD . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1904
BROOK HILL HERD . Mr . J . C . Wells , Howe , Texas , proprietor of the well known Brook Hill Herd ol large English Berkshires , writes : ln regard to our herd of English Berkshires , we wish to state to the readers of the Farm Home , that in 1901 , in order £ b add new blood to our herd , we bought , two aged brood sows from the noted breeder , W . R . Harvey , then of Sibley , III . These sows were Weal Ladv III . 37284 and Victoria 42924 . Mr . Harvey stated at the time that they were the best brood sows in his herd and that he attributed a large measure of whatever reputation he hud as a breeder to these two sows , and that he would not sell them if it was not for the fact that he had a number of their gilts reserved for his herd . After raising two litters each from these sows , we noted the size , uniformity and superiority of Victoria s produce . We then decided to sell our other stuff and found a herd on this great sow , and give our special attention to developing this fami...
ADVERTISING THAT PAYS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1904
ADVERTISING THAT PAYS . One of our Berkshire advertisers , Mr . Otto Hamilton , Splckard , Mo ., in a recent letter writes : I wish to express my appreciation for your earnest endeavors to find a market for my Berkshires . I havo had numerous inquiries for my stock and am certain that they have all como through the advertisement I carry in youx paper .
STAR PRINCE 67804 . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1904
STAR PRINCE 67804 . Star Prince 67804 , undoubtedly one of the best boars in America to-day , has been recently purchased by Mr . E . A . Humphreys &amp; Son of Pana , 111 ., from Mr . Homer F . Waters , proprietor of the Highland Herd , Dawson , 111 ., to head their herd , the coming year and to add value to the sows bred to him which will be sold in their coming sale March 4 . He is unusually well bred , sired by the great boar Starlight , and out of Ella by Gov . Mount . His breeding on both sides tracing directly to the well remembered boar Longfellow . Star Prince in show condition will weigh nearly a thousand poands , carrying his width well from end to end . He has a most remarkable back and rib , a very straight hind leg , strong loin , excellent hams , good head and ears , and is marked perfectly . Star Prince was shown by Homer F . Waters in the fall of lJO : , nt the Indiana State Fair winning first in class and flrst with aged herd , also nt Illinois State Fair w...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1904
ON THE INCREASE ! IT lllll I nil / IfAII The following welt-known Ewe *** of ; II Wll I PAY lllll Berkshire Swine advertise their Herds * It pays them well to advertise in THE FABM HOKB . It will pay yon . The advertisers referred to above are as follows : ALABAMA . MISSISSIPPI . B . A . Bishop , Talladega . D . W . Bacon &amp; Co ., Vaiden . Sam T . Smith , Troy . J . W . Hamilton , Houlka . ARKANSAS . MISSOURI . 2 f ; , J -T ? eI 1 , Be ? J &gt; e- „ . , „ B . M . Barnett , Jameson . BUis Duncan , Fayetteville . W . - E :. Bradford , Columbia , Sam-P . MeColloch , Cane Hill . \ y F . Corbin Hodge . J . W . Wells , Bentonville . Evan Davies , Keytesville . „ .., _ -. _ . „ ,. Phil Donnelly , Lebanon . CALIFORNIA . N . H . Gentry , Sedalia . . ,. „ .., ¦• ¦ C . R Gilbert , Harrisonville , iS ? , - ,, ? 611 !? . , Fe »^ , ale - T . , Otto Hamilton , Splckard . 2 r B Ua w ^?^ JF . ° - i ^ S An 8 : £ , lea : Harris &amp; McMahan , Lamine . 8 . B . Wright , Santa...
CBerKsWrc Sato in ' i ' • • j [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1904
CBerKsWrc Sato in i • • j JANUARY SALES . , The demand for Berkshires continues Strong . The large number of sales of recorded Berkshires no longer causes surprise , and the best posted breeders are now assured that the remarkable prosperity of the Berkshire industry has come to stay . Transfers of Berkshires will be published in the list of sales each month for non-adver . tisers at the regular rate of $ 2 . 80 per inch per insertion for the space covered for said transfers . There is no more effective advertisement than the list of sales published in each issue of the Farm Home , which is read by more Berkshire breeders than if published in all the other agricultural papers combined . The sales of Berkshires filed in the office of the American Berkshire Association during the month of January , 1904 , by the breeders residing in the several states , are : Arkansas 4 California • g Colorado - • •••• Connecticut ... &amp; Florida •« •* • ... » ...... 1 Georgia 23 Illinois ••...