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Page 9 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904
Publication Title: Farm Home
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904

SA VE MORE THAN HALF ON DIAMONDS § Easy Payments Dont buy a Diamond Ring , stud or other article until you have- teen the wonderful Zambesa Diet . mond . We are selling them at a fraction of tie price of Trust Diamonds , and on Easy Month Ijy Payments . Order one on approval for Inspection -ifvou like it and want to keep it . you can make ii „ , ™ , nt then send the balance to us at fhrrateo 1 C ^ a « monthly , ipustrat ^ d CM * lhe V „™« « ery auestioh—send for a copy SKf ^ u ^ -M a * Wa & f «* aSd written guarantee given with every sale . We ,, rKnonslble incorporated company with a l . S SUMMOOO and take all the risk of sX ^ ou ^ on Wal . Wehave put DlamSs within the reach of any person who can STa rSSSortwomonthly . Deliveryguaranteed S ? n one week . Please write for Catalogue ; it s worth its weight ln gold to anyone interested in Diamonds * . BOYLSTON DIAMOND OO . 391 Boylslon Building , CHIOACO , ILL . J lcrc are mnny uses lor a Shotgun or Kifle , but M si irvens...

Publication Title: Farm Home
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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! Sheep J [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904

! Sheep J WHERE TO BUY SOUTHDOWNS . Breeders and farmers desiring to purchase first-class Southdowns will serve their interests by sending to the following well known gentlemen for price list , viz : ILLINOIS . J . A . Leland Springfield MISSOURI . Thos . P . Hamilton Auxvasse NEW JERSEY . Edward E . Horton Chester NEW YORK . John H . Warren Hoosick Falls W . V . Hamilton .... . Caledonia VERMONT . Billings Farm , George A it ken , Mgr . ... Woodstock SHEEP NOTES . ; The risk with sheep will vary with circumstances . A sheep that will not yield profit has no place on the farm . Wool is a product from feeding , the same as fat ia to the flesh . Usually in long wooled sheep , size is easier maintained than quality . Feeding grain to sheep will make the wool grow faster and more dense . Medium sized sheep usually have the best as well as the heaviest fleece . To secure the best lamb . ; the breeding ewes should be kept thrifty and strong . Weed out all poor breeders , light shearers an...

Publication Title: Farm Home
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
r : — - Don't go South This Winter without calling on or writing the nearest agent of the ¦ CH & D Ry . Look at the map . v I otTRorra g c *< Af ^ ^ 3 bL ^ w H TONIOGAM-fiwatji ^ sQ ~ 1 2 OESHUB ^ t r "wwrwtB i . « i ¦/¦! qriHPUtfk ° & -o * ° H X T * * h * Hr < «« L «« CB 9 / ** * W 0 ** - ^ " ^ AUMA * 5 7 W I F M ""* & ^* 'LV - O / HI O . £ rwem-ftV ctimkh L mtiMy v *~ 11 iQ 7 P 1 QU * ^^ T ^ ^^^^ V- ^^ I JPOAYTOH ^ VfT- ^/ . JT IF ^ SnAMMON / ** / —lAriNCINNATI I ^ J ^ j ^ y We have fast trains connecting at Cincinnati with all the great Through Lines to tbe South . We have through Sleeping Cars from SPRINGFIELD To FLORIDA . The Sprinpflcld-Cincinnnti Pullman and Chnlr Car is handled on same train as Indianapolis -Florida through Pullman , yott step from . me car to another , giving practically tlirongh service Springfield to Florida . We also connect in Cincinnati with through cars to New Orleans , Texas , Mexico and California . Special reduced rates on Round Trip tickets to « ny Winter Tourist point in the South and to Florida , Nassau and Cuba can be obtained from Agent of the C . H . & J ., or by writing to J . TV TODD , FRANK P . WADE , General Agent , Traveling Pass . Agt ., Springfield , 111 . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904

r : — - \ Dont go South This Winter without calling on or writing the nearest agent of the ¦ CH &amp;amp; D Ry . Look at the map . v I otTRorra g c *&amp;lt; Af ^ ^ 3 bL ^ w H TONIOGAM-fiwatji ^ sQ ~ 1 2 OESHUB ^ t \ r \ \ wwrwtB i . « i ¦/¦! qriHPUtfk ° &amp;amp; -o * ° H X T * * h * \ Hr &amp;lt; «« L «« CB 9 / ** * \ W 0 ** - ^ ^ AUMA * 5 7 \ W I F M * &amp;amp; ^* LV - O / HI O . £ rwem-ftV ctimkh L mtiMy v *~ 11 iQ \ 7 P 1 QU * ^^ T ^ ^^^^ V- ^^ I JPOAYTOH ^ VfT- ^/ . JT IF ^ SnAMMON / ** / —lAriNCINNATI I ^ J ^ j ^ y We have fast trains connecting at Cincinnati with all the great Through Lines to tbe South . We have through Sleeping Cars from SPRINGFIELD To FLORIDA . The Sprinpflcld-Cincinnnti Pullman and Chnlr Car is handled on same train as IndianapolisFlorida through Pullman , yott step from . me car to another , giving practically tlirongh service Springfield to Florida . We also connect in Cincinnati with through cars to New Orleans , Texas , Mexico an...

Publication Title: Farm Home
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 10 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904
Publication Title: Farm Home
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904

A ^ Little Doctor on the Farm . The good housewife , especially those inIhe country districts , recognizes the importance . of . small beginnings in all things ; most especially is this the case in the earliest stages of sickness . T . ie liver becomes sluggish , constipation ensues , andthestomach beingdisordei-p . j food instead of nourishing the body , is actually poisoning it . Undigested i ou . l 9 generates gases which poison the blow ! 8 and cause biliousness , sick-headache , S and a general out-of-sorts condin ™] But the prudent housewife knows U . u B necessity of keeping a remedy at hand . 9 She has a box of I TsTTJ HU SBAJAja arm mm . E &amp;amp; ffiB B 3 § I l B ^ BK • s \&amp;amp; iBBS ^ t *^**^ i w &amp;amp; jBwH Xa , i a / in the cupboard , and . on the first sign of any departure from the genir : ! health , a dose is given , and good health is restored , and further suffering is averted . In hundreds of thousands of homes BEECHAAVS PILLS are the only fam...

Publication Title: Farm Home
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904

Poultry has for many centuries supplied a large proportion of tho food o £ civilized man , and in almost every country of the world the poultry inaustry is an important branch of agriculture . According to the returns of the census for 1900 , the total number of chickens , including guinea fowls , on farms in . the United States was 233 ,- 598 , 085 ; the total number of turkeys , 6 , 599 , 367 ; geese , 5 , 676 , 863 ; and ducks , 4 , 807 , 358 . From the statistics gathered it appears that poultry was kept on 88 . 8 per cent of the farms in this country , and that the total vahie of the poultry raised on farms in 1899 was $ 136 , 891 ,- 877 . Although many chickens are kept for eggs rather than for their flesh , a good portion of them finally appear in the meat market , and almost all of the other varieties of poultry are bred primarily for the table . It is safe to say that 250 , 000 , 000 chickens and other kinds of poultry are consumed in this country each yeas , l

Publication Title: Farm Home
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
¦ s » ss ssssi ss , ¦¦¦¦» a s » sasaesss—»« Poultry [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904

¦ s » ss ssssi ss , ¦¦¦¦» a s » sasaesss—»« Poultry II ¦ s ^ ssssssssses . B ¦ ¦ sjs ^^ ssyss .. * . POULTRY NOTES . . Prepare to hatch as many young .-. hickens as possible early . Long- pedigrees do not always mean good bleeding . Ground oyster shells ate not as serviceable as pounded , broken onus . Under no circumstances should , misshapen fowls be kept in breeding . One ot the main objects in hreeling is to keep up size and constitutional development ; unlimited tatige tor fowls is not necessary , although it is a great saving of feed . On the faim after chickens pass the sixth or fc-eventh wtok . they can pick-up a good part of their living . -. Economy and good management go hand in hand in poultry keeping to makeit successful . The possibility of profit in raising turkeys conies from their ability to pi .. k up for themselves a good living a good pait of the time . The most widely popular breeds of chickens are these which combine good size and form with good egg producing a...

Publication Title: Farm Home
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 11 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904
Publication Title: Farm Home
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904

*** % PROFITABLE -PEE-PER-s raB V ^^^ Sr ^ • rv . ir . nmesonnds-the first faint peeps from cracking shells- ¦ tf * gJ ; ==: j % fl I beard oKr from the evenly heated egg chamber of the ¦ _ H \ # t gW I Sure Hatch Incubator : ¦¦ i I Those sounds mean money profit for the owner . A Sure Hatch m , t ) 1 U I T ? 2 ff nhiaks in life with strong lungs , solid bodies and good con- . sluulionl Our free catalogue B £ 8 tells how . Write now . J | P U J tr ^ asy Sura Hatch Incubator Co ., Clay Center , Met ., or Indianapolis , lad . sBW—P mm ^ mMM ^^ m ^^ Mm ^ IJBfig llroa , J , ** J | if Bftwr ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ . i— . s s ^ s—Bessssstt 3 ns «*» ac . ^ sjj Je 3 t rSBtSrSi ft BwtVsi Wbo ever saw a square hen s nest ? Wo imitate Nature s way In tho lows afial Is ^ a ^ sfl ^ j UssMB B Hound Incubator . * As result , there are no half heated corners—no m W &amp;amp; % tTa &amp;amp; gB ~ 8 NS 2 GaBM superheated centre draughts—no chilling or overheating eggs . Buy a SfcHc 31...

Publication Title: Farm Home
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
. ¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦»»» s ) sjai » sj . » s « sjsjnjsas » sjL Home Making j ¦ osssesnnasssasassssssssss MSssusssaasassasasa r [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904

. ¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦»»» s ) sjai » sj . » s « sjsjnjsas » sjL Home Making j ¦ osssesnnasssasassssssssss MSssusssaasassasasa r IS FAMILY ENJOYMENT A LOST ART ? By Mary M . Wlllard . In the hurry and bustle of fhesemodern times our homes seem to be degenerating into places where we eat and sleep , and nothing more . In ; how few families It is the custom to , gather around the fire at night with books and sewing and cheerful talk ! Nine times out of ten it is the father and mother who drowsily nod in the dining-room ,, while the daughter entertains her beau over in the parlor , from which every other member of the family is , rigidly excluded , and the sons hang around : the village store . . / . Parents do not , as a rufe , . seek that intimacy with- their children which should exist , and they forget that some day the young hearts will be closed against them by the reserve of older growth . It HI hard then , often impossible , to win their confidence . There is a widespread discontent with t...

Publication Title: Farm Home
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 12 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904
Publication Title: Farm Home
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904

I understand that the Santa Pe -will sell one-way colonist tickets to California during March and April at very low rates dv o O from Chicago and &amp;lt; ij &amp;lt; 5 $ * 5 f « ° ™ K « nsa « City Please advise me full particulars . Name Street No Ctty and State „„ . ___ . __ _ _ . ^ THe WM Cut out this advertisement and matt to A . Andrews , Gen . Agt ., 108 N . 4 th St ., St . Louis , Mo . : HPSB ^ MI Mf ^ M \ l IfSMBIkaM IkiaiMJijpUnJ . . . . , . _ I &amp;amp; . ^ H &amp;gt;&amp;lt; H | 0 ooooooooooooooooooo- &amp;gt; oooooooooot . ooeoo &amp;lt; joooooooo 90 oe &amp;gt; ooooooooooooooc . oooooooooocoo ; 0 a (¦ D o uou / # ve ** on the j ACbpyofourHdndsomeMdgdzlne \ % Beautifully printed cover in colors- Interior handsomely illustrated throughout \ % * - &amp;lt; CUT OUT HERE .- * , \ I 11 subscribe for the following number of papers _ j f I i The fern pdper I like best . - \ \ I ] liame .. - -I I f I PostOtfice - - j \ 1 | ££ M ? ... _ State ...

Publication Title: Farm Home
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GREATEST FIRES IN THIS COUNTRY . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904

GREATEST FIRES IN THIS COUNTRY . Year . Place . DaAiage . Loss . 1 SJ 0 Savannah , Ga ,, 463 buildings destroyed . ... $ 3 , 000 , 000 1835 New York , 530 buildings destroyed . ..... 15 , 000 , 000 18 SS Cliarlcstown , Mass ., 1 , 158 buildings destroyed .... 6 , 000 , 000 1 S-1 B Now York , 300 acres destroyed 3 , 000 , 000 1845 Pittsburg , 100 buildings destroyed 1 , 000 , 000 1819 St . I . ouis , 15 buildings destroyed 3 , 000 , 000 1 S 50 Philatelpliia . 400 buildings destroyed 5 , 000 , 000 isr , l St . I . ouis lsl Sun Francisco , 200 buildinR . i destroyed 10 , 000 , 000 I 860 Portland , Me .. 1 , 743 buildings destroyed 10 , 000 , 000 1871 Chicago . 111 ., 17 , 430 buildings destroyed 170 , 000 , 000 1872 Boston , sjjtss ., 776 buildings destroyed 75 , 000 , 000 1889 Boston , Mass ., 25 build- „„„ . Ss destroyed 4 , 000 , 000 189 . Pittsburg 3 , 000 , 000 1900 Ottawa-Hale , Canada , 463 , „ .. buildings destroyed 12 , 000 , 000 1900 Hoboken , N . J ., Water mm T { r , ° nt a...

Publication Title: Farm Home
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
¦ " ¦ mat tnere rnrn SEJ ° CORN IN THE EAR . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904

¦ ¦ mat tnere rnrn SEJ ° CORN IN THE EAR . a ^ T ,.. i- • , ¦ &amp;lt; are advantages m buying seed corn in the SJ ; ni y . ne ? d only recall with what Whnl * , r ? £ , ^ H ^ * eSt CarS fr ° m the tT . iii . VS ? 8 m „ t , t eir own oribs t ° see that v » . ( , n t rj 0 - There ls no chance for des i h „„ w JS ° s y * ° ? see in *« ear - T ° u the lh ^ cl r * . \ ls £ ared clear to tlie tip , ar , l , r . P ° f . the , t butts - the slze ° f the M thrlL ? wing i ts eenoral appearance . f- i rW thin , F , feure in choosing seed &amp;lt;• -n in thS wh 0 is a « : ood J dse of seed iss-inrr , ™ ea J , * nay b , e ^ W deceived in r Siff , 36 Quality of shelled corn lm , V ^ Se the S-Sn 3 by whlc h ho t . i , enr L » 0 t - rescnt- Funk Brothers , 1 Velf \ Zw corn J-ous &amp;lt; - at Bloomington or tnM in 5 t . « t COr * i - \ 7 h 0 ear - The ox . I . n ii hel , r advertisement in another » k Vr ¦ £ , familIar sght . The ears tl . U bovhlr ? em ^ f VeS BUt thel 6 S &amp;gt...

Publication Title: Farm Home
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
HOG CHOLERA [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904

HOG CHOLERA • vlth a numhr , 1 ,. ^ I ? 88 , ha ? P 1 1 ^ ha voe ¦ vinto ? j ? b h l ° f , herds . during this cold v .-iii-i . T . aa been v « ry fatal in its i era tfc rds ^ iSh ? ! 10 bave troSed thei ? i now a HrtnrS ht , havo saved them . It • nli-c-dtf of r « L y demonstrated fact in • Hat hoe pLwf t h rouShout tnis country • nog cholera properly treated can be handled . Some of the best breeders and some of the most reliable men of our country will testify to this . fact . C . 11 . C . Anderson , of Carlinville , IU ., who owns one of the most prolific and best money making herds of Berkshires in the country , got the disease in his hogs in the Kansas City show of 1902 . He brought it home to his herd and he had a fair sample of what can be done when the hogs are properly treated . Mr . Anderson no doubt would tell you that if you get hog cholera that the Snoddy Remedy , manufactured at Alton , 111 ., is your only hope . Our readers can believe with impunity any statement Mr ...

Publication Title: Farm Home
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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MY ADVERTISEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904

MY ADVERTISEMENT Has occupied this space for several issues . Why have you not written to me ? Wouldnt you invest a small sum of money if you were sure it would bring yoii an income for life ? Send to me for the Prospectus o £ the United States Smelting Co .. who own the Guadalupe Mine in Sonora . Jlexic-o —do it now—buy tho stock at the opening price of 5 c per share . No subscription accepted for less than 500 shares—1 * 25 . 00 . You can buy it on monthly payments if you wish . After the present allotment is sold , the price will bo advanced . The proceeds of this stock go to develop the property . When tho company begins paying dividends tliis stock will bo worth many times its present price . By buying now you will be among ll-. o fortunate ones to benefit by the advance . The Chicago Security and Trust Co . guarantees the statements contained in the Company s Prospectus , and they advise the purchase of this stock as a safe investment . The officers of this Trust Company have ...

Publication Title: Farm Home
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904

510 TO TEXAS . One way tickets from St . Louis to points-in Kastcrn half of Texas . $ 15 for round trip . March 1 iin . l 15 are the dates . Write for details and say whore you want to so . . E . W . IA BEAIBIE , G . P . &amp;amp; T . A ., Colton Bolt Koute , St . Louis , ilo

Publication Title: Farm Home
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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FACTS ABOUT THE BALTIMORE FIRE . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904

FACTS ABOUT THE BALTIMORE FIRE . Cause unknown . Started at 10 : 48 a . m . Sunday , Feb . 6 , and rased for forty hours . Burned over 150 . acres , comprising 80 blocks . Number of buildings destroyed , J . SO . Loss estimated at $ 150 , 000 , 000 ; insurance $ 50 , 000 , 000 . Number of persons thrown out of employment , 50 , 000 . Lives lost , none ; fifty persons Injured .

Publication Title: Farm Home
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THE FARMER'S WIFE . s [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904

THE FARMERS WIFE . s The Farmer s Wife is the name of a monthly publication now 4 years pld . It is the only paper published devoted exclusively to the interest of the women folks on the farm . Its editors and contributors are people of high literary standing and ability . It treats of domestic economy , fashions , cooking , poultry , dairy and other topics of special interest to the farmers wife and daughters , also stories . that will interest every member of the family . The enterprise has been a success from tho start , and the paper has grown rapidly , already reaching nearly 100 , 000 homes . By an arrangement with its publishers , it you will send 10 c in stamps or silver , they will send you their paper for one entire year free if vou will send the names and postoffice addressed of U oC your neighbors names , and providing you mention the fact vou have read the oftet- in this Daper . These names are valuable to them as they desire to send a sample copv to every farmer s homo...

Publication Title: Farm Home
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