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Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1904
JTft &amp; u fani ¦ « aaaBaaMilMIHaSalB ^ Products Are Good English Berkshires . Berkshires are the most profitable pigs to raise , because of their great size , early maturity and the fine quality of the meat . Breeders who Idesire to improve the quality of their stock will be interested in our flew folder about the young Filston Berkshires , the progeny of noted English prize winners . Correspondence solicited . Filston Farm , Glencoe , Md . Sunny Slope BERKSHIRES 100 Head for Sale Consisting of 60 Boars from 6 to 12 months old , and 40 May and June gilts . All are in fine condition and have been well grown . I will make very low prices on anything you may want . C . A . STANNARD PROPRIETOR GPVW . BERRY , Manager Hog Dept . ¦ MPOBIA . KANSAS .
Page 20 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1904
OF WESTMINSTER HERD -50 50- TOPS LHRGE ENGLISH BERKSHIRES SSSftr PANA , ILL , MARCH 4 , 1904 We sell in this sale Ten Tried Brood Sows , Ten Bred Gilts , Ten Open Gilts , Nineteen Herd Headers and our Herd Boar , King Bachelor 56678 This offering is an exceptionally good lot of Berkshires of American and English Breeding . Our bred Sows will mostly be bred to Star Prince 67804 , the Champion Aged Boar of Indiana and Illinois in 1903 . This sale is composed of hogs sired by such noted Boars as Gov . Lee 47971 , Imported Loyal Wilts F . 58735 , Imp . Leslie Huntsman 58257 , Imp . Lustre s Bachelor 5226 King Loyal 64643 , Beauty s Duke 43340 , and numerous other noted Boars . The Dams of this offering are of ftne breeding and will commend themselves to the most critical buyers of Berkshires . Every animal will be guaranteed a breeder . WESTMINSTER STOCK FARM , Pana , 111 Write for Catalogue after Feb . 10 , 1904 . E . A . HUMPHREYS &amp; SON , Props SJLLB WILL , BBOIN F &am...
Page 20 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1904
Prize Winning BERKSHIRES JMPFHi Large English Berleabire Hogs , Short Mora Cattle , mammoth Brace Turkeys . - We hv . ve Bora-shires of the best breeding quality unsurpassed ; prices satisfactory . Our prices and stock please buyers . Geo . W . Jessup , R * oolc-vHl © Ind . B ******** Ba ** S ****» SB * B ** SS »**** HIGHLAND HERDS SHORTHORN CATTLE AND BERKSHIRE SWINE Scotch brad Short Horns , headed by g Chief Archer 167573 J A nnmoer of bred Sows of extra i qnallty and breeding for sale . PRICES RIGHT . • -Write to-day toe Price and Jedtgrs * . Homer F . Waters , DA . WSON , ILL ,
GOVERNOR OF KANSAS [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904
GOVERNOR OF KANSAS Governor Bailey was born and reared on a farm in Carroll county , Illinois , and lias had the rugged experience and discipline that results from the daily discharge of the daily duties of a boy on the farm , where each member of the household is required to faithfully and thoroughly perform work suited to age and sex . When the farm boy in question finished his studies in the district school near the farm of his father , Willis J . Bailey , was sent to the Mount Carroll high school , where he proved to be a good student and his promise prompted his father to send him to the TJniversity of Illinois at Champaign , from which he graduated with credit to himself and his alma mater . Gov . Bailey is a type of ( lie well-to-do farmer of Illinois and Kansas . Although tanned by Kansas stm and wind , he is not altogether a typical farmer in appearance . He is scholarly nnd has an impressive bearing that reminds one more of the wellgroomed and leading lawyer of the county ...
PANAMA PROGRESSING . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904
PANAMA PROGRESSING . Panama has now attained to fullfledged nationhood . The youngest republic is no longer exposed to serious attack by Colombia , for various reasons , not the least important being the fact that a fresh revolutionary movement against the existing Government is threatened . The constitutional convention called by the provisional Government to formulate a GOVERNOR W . J . BAILEY , Baileyville , Kansas , constitution has completed Its ^ work and . a stable Government has been formed . The convention was empowered to elect the members of the Government , and for president its choice fell unanimously upon Dr . Amador , who all through the struggle that led up to the separation of Panama from Colombia has enjoyed the confidence and good will of his ^ , people . Among all the nationalities diplomatically represented at Washington , only two remain who have not officially recognized the republic of Panama—Turkey and Spain .
DEATH OF MARK HANNA [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904
DEATH OF MARK HANNA Widespread interest was taken in the Illness with which Mark A . Hanna was stricken down . At first hope predominated , then anxiety became , grave , and towards the last the recovery of the sufferer was regarded as hopeless . It was a kindly interest that was taken in the brav . e fight for life that the pop-ular-senator maintained . He was a strong party man , but broadminded and large hearted , and party lines had nothing to do with the wide sympathy that went forth to him in the closing days of his life . Mark A . Hanna in early life chose a business career , and by keen intelligence , honesty and perseverance he soon prospered , His business interests were steadily expanding , and he rose to honor and influence in his own community . He also took an interest in public affairs . For William McKinley he had an affectionate regard , which on important occasions in the life of the late president was far from being a vapid sentiment . He was convinced that the ma...
PANAMA'S RESOURCES . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904
PANAMAS RESOURCES . Panama is not without development in the present or promise for the future , even away from the zone of great expectations along the canal . Minerals are in good evidence , gold , manganese , copper , and coal being found In promising deposits . The central mountain ranges are but little occupied , and among them are many beautiful and healthy locations . There is a flourishing commerce , and some of the places along the seacoast are of importance . Bocas del Toro and the Chiriqul Lagoon region enjoy an active fruit trade , and land is still offered on favorable terms , some of it government land , to be had for the taking . Probably the hill country back of the Chiriqul Lagoon will become one of the most favored agricultural regions , in the tropics . From Chiriqul southward , the coast is not much occupied . Nearing Colon , cocoanut groves become prominent , and on southward , among the islands of the San Bias coast , such groves become very abundant . In the i...
PEACE AND WAR . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904
PEACE AND WAR . The agricultural appropriation bill reported to the house grants $ 5 , 711 ,- 240 . Inquiry through the census bureauascertains the fact that the states and territories spend about $ 4 , 500 , 000 annually to encourage agriculture . That is , the farming interest in the United States is encouraged by government , state and national , about $ 10 ,- 000 , 000 worth annually . In 1903 the War Department cost $ 118 , 619 , 520 , the Navy Department $ 82 , 618 , 034 , a total of $ 201 , 237 , 554 . If we add to the agricultural grants $ 15 , 000 , 000 for scientific and other activities of peace we have a total ot $ 25 , 000 , 000-. In other words , the constructive Interests of the country get $ 25 , 000 , 000 a , year from the government , while the destructive Interests get more than $ 200 , 000 , 000 . The contrast is suggestive .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904
FOR SALE . ¦ One . of the best 800-acre farms In ¦ : ¦ - i Northeastern Nebraska . Good corn and ¦ •¦ -. * ffitlfa land and improvements . Price ^ : m 000 . j . „ . CALDWELL , :. % = ;• • ¦• :-,- ONeill , Nebraska .
CHEAP RATES SOUTHWEST . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 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 Boute , St . Louis , , Mo .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904
pi UPCMC Fortunes made in little UlnOEIlU gardens . Easily cultivated ; hardy everywhere ; demand steadily increasing . Room in your garden to grow . thousands of dollars worth . Ginseng seeds and roots are planted in the spring and fall . Send 4 e for our illustrated book on Ginseng , and current Issue of The Ginseng Culture Magazine telling all about it Write us now and read upon tbe subject Address OZARK GINSENG PUB . CO ., Joplin , Mo .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904
CHEAPEST LANDS IN THE SOUTH Adapted to Fruit and Truck Growing , as well aa to General Farming and Stock Raising , are located along the SOUTHERN RAILWAY and the MOBILE &lt; £ OHIO RAILROAD , in the states of Virginia , North Carolina , South Carolina , Georgia , Alabama , Mississippi , Tennessee . Kentucky and Southern Indiana and Dlinols . Excellent transportation facilities , Good Markets , Productive Soil , Pure Water , Fine Climate , Health Hesort Region , a Land of Homes and Churches and Schools . The Southern Field and other illustrated literature sent by addressing CHAS . S . CHASE , Agent Land and Industrial Dept ., Chemical BIdg ., St . Louis , Mo . M . V . RICHARDS , Land and Industrial Agent , Washington , D . C T . B . THACK 8 TON , Traveling Agent , 225 Dearborn St ., Chicago , III .
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904
y * lilts ? Miar Sa ^ TlmJniT * »* s ... HJR S * LE ^ If you want to sail a farm or ranch , tell the farmers . aad stock raisers about it - ¦ If you want to bay a farm or ranch , write to the parties advertising them . . r •_ ,,.. This-agricultural and live-stock journal goes into over 30 , 000 homes of lire-stock raiaera and farmers . If you 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 your advertisement at once and let us co-operate with you in finding a buyer for your property . THO PHRMHOME CO .. SPRINGPIBLD , III . iJfifloiE ^ . . -Last Season Oa &amp; about thia part of tl % » ooantiy irei » -ray poor and light . We have secured CHOICE NORTHERN WHITE OATS THE LINCOLN OAT , whioh is a great yielder . Also th &amp; Creauiae TEXAS RED OATS direct from Texas . Can supply large or small quantity Write for prices—also ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904
LELAND H 0 TEL Plan . ffilRKi LKttKB , WIGEiS 5 L Manager . SpringHill Uliaois &gt; - ^ ~^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ i ^ S ^ - ^^ M . We Reat Sale Tents j ^ osaMf Any Size , time or place , - —Tr ^ sfassss * You or we put up and ^ MEll E . T ARMBEUSTER , &amp; S 01 MIJ ^? JE Proprietor Springfield ¦ Tjem ^ BSESami ^ TeQt aud Awning Co .. WMMsmS SPRINGFIELD . ILL . THE WS . UI BAIT with its 760 , 000 square miles of territory—WESTERN CANADA affords homes for 200 , 000 , 000 people . Thousands of V . S . Settlers are going . Millions of . Acres of the Finest Farming and Grazing Lands Open for Settlement . SmallTaxes , Cheap Fuel , Good Climate , Enormous Crops . Lands sell at $ 3 . 50 Per Acra and up , payable in ten annual installments . Why rent a farm when you can buy one for less money than you pay as rent ? For full information , apply to A . C . 8 HAWr GenU . AgL Pass . Dept , . Canadian Pacific Ry ., . Chicago .
THE TREATY AND ITS CONSE -QUENCES . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904
THE TREATY AND ITS CONSEQUENCES . The ratification of the Panama treaty gives the new republic a permanent place among the nations of the world until it asks for annexation to the ¦ United States , and It gives , the world the isthmian waterway which has been a dream of navigators and statesmen for four centuries . Under , the treaty , the United States guarantees Panamas independence , which makes that country safe from all outside interference , from Colombia or anywhere else . Other provisions of the treaty empower the United States to preserve order in the republic and to head off anything approaching the anarchy which prevails in Santo Domingo and which , has afflicted most of the Latin-American countries at one time and another in their career . The vote in favor of the treaty was much larger than had been expected a few months ago . As was anticipated , the Democratic line was broken badly in the division . The South was represented strongly in the vote for ratification . Geo...
ISTHMIAN CANAL AND RAILWAYS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904
ISTHMIAN CANAL AND RAILWAYS . The late Senator Hanna not only convinced the Senate , by plain business arguments , that the Panama route Is the best for the isthmian canal / but it is said he persuaded the transcontinental railroad interests that the interoceanic waterway would be to their advantage . Recently there has been but little railway opposition to an isthmian canal . The farsighted view has prevailed , and it is to Senator Hanna s credit that he held it from the first . When , the first Pacific railroad was completed across the country it was not supposed that by the year 1904 there- would be several other railroads ^ panning the / continent , and all doing well . Canada has built one , which is highly prosperous , and projected two more . The most northerly of the Pacific railroads in the United States was largely built in advance of settlers , but the theory that trade follows the railroad was quickly vindicated . Trade always follows the facilities that open new opportu...
ALASKA AT ST . LOUIS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904
ALASKA AT ST . LOUIS . Our far away territory of Alaska is growing enthusiastic over the prospects of its representation at the St . Louis Exposition , which will be the first it ever has made , at least upon any important scale , at a worlds fair . It proposes to make a display of gold bearing quartz , placer gold , copper , tin , coal , and other minerals which will make Colorado envious , California discouraged , and Nevada reminiscent . The Alaskan display of mineral resources , however , will not be surprising , for all the world by this time knows of the richness of the territory . It is intended only as a kind of curtain raiser to a really novel exhibit , which is intended to astonish the world * because the worid has had little if any idea Alaska could do anything in that line . This exhibit will be one of agricul tural products . Gov . Brady has promised that it shall include grains , fruits , native berries , beets , turnips , cauliflowers , cabbages and other vegetables ,...