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Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 January 1907

JTHIS PONY . WAGON AND HARNESS i TO BE GIVEN AWAY FREE i TO SOME BOY OR GIRL WHO IS WILLING TO DO FARM PRESSAFAVOR •* The entire outfit , < Dexter ( that is his name ) , his harness and the wagon , is valued at over Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars ( # 250 . 00 ) . He is one of the finest specimens of the Shetland pony to be found anywhere in the country . We hunted for months to find just the kind of a pony we wanted to give to our boys and girls and at last we found him , and he is a gem . As pretty as a , , , picture , as gentle as a kitten and sound as a dollar , and he can do circus tricks too . We are « going to give away more ponies than this one . Just send us your name and address and klf }* jHH ^ ¦ > say you want a pony . Do it now and dont delay or some one else will get ahead of you . i & $ ^ JgMMW-tS - ^ kis is surely vour chance . X ,, S ^ JI ^** i-. ¦ * aJmTflj > . * * - * * -- ¦» . ; * s .., ^^^^^^^^^^ MBHk some very amusing ...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
SHome and Fireside § [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 January 1907

SHome and Fireside § a _^ ^^^^^ THE LEGEND OF ROSES ( By Henna M . Harkness . ) Away up on the mountain near Bonncberg stands a grand old eastle . Its crumbling walls are overgrown with ivy and the massive doors have long since fallen from their rush- hinges . A great silence hovers about the place and lends to it a sacred atmosphere , which makes it easy to believe that this is the scene of a holy legend—a legend which . the German people love and never tire of repeating to their little ones . About seven hundred years ago , in this old palace , lived a prince with his beautiful young wife , Elizabeth . Prince Louis , for that was his name , was not a good ruler . He taxed his subjects heavily and caused them great The Castlo as seen from a distance hardships and poverty . Yet , he was very fond of his wife and wanted her tu have everything beautiful about her . The palace was magnificent and all of tlie furnishings were tlie best that could be had in the land . There were many ser...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 January 1907

HURT , BRUISE OR SPRAIN ST . JACOBS OIL THE OLD-MONK-CURE RELIEVES FROM PAIN Price 25 c and 30 c mmmmmmnJ _ - __^ ^ fl & E W S 3 jEglllJg j aMBffl » = Sg @\ i ^ mmffi-iiQi ¦ SHTSg s ^ irbaJSi .. VOU want a gold finished waieh with your initial engraved T * T * g 5 ^ y jglf ^^ V * on the ease ; also a handsome chain and charm . If you I fl AW ^^& sSSMr ^ mS L . will send us your name you can get this watch with chain flf ___ t ^_ rW ! S ^^^ t-Wk and charm for doing a little worn . This watch is the * m NMt & -W ? = ° P ( M \ 8 II > $ M finest we ever have seen , for the money . Stem wind and t ft m * W 0 fly V - T ^ im % tm set oeVelled edges , very thirt y Two sizes ; One L L lEL ^^ IlftT ^/ Bsiflil f r Soys and one for Girls . Another point : | Jj m @ £ iL ( P / X 3 /_ Wiffll We will engrave your initial on the ease as shown in I f ^ _ % ^^^ __ S ^^ __ W / J illustration . We guarantee to send you at once ten of [ Jl ^¦^ avH ^ JiM ? ou...

Publication Title: Farm Press
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100 PER CENT PROFIT [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 January 1907

100 PER CENT PROFIT and more is being made in NEVADA GOLD MINING STOCK . Send $ 1 . 50 Today ; ::: ! ,, Y ; ., Worth $ 1 , 000 $ 10 invested in Mary McKinney mine realized $ 1 , 750 $ 20 in rested in Elktoa mine realized 3 , 000 $ 100 invested ln Gold Coin mine realized 15 , 000 $ 100 invested in Camp Bird mine realized 50 , 000 $ 100 invested ln Elkton mine realized 200 , 000 $ 100 Invested iu Isabella mine realized 7 , 800 SlOO invested * in Virginia Consolidated mine realized 40 , 000 $ 100 Invested in a number of Nevada stooks three months ago would bring $ 800 to $ 1 , 000 on the Exchange today . Nevada gold mines are booming , and the boom has only just begun . Nevadas rich ore body seemingly runs from Tonopab , down through Goldfleld and Bullfrog . The Wyman-Vick Gold Mining Company s property is between Goldfleld and Bullfrog , in the center of the great Gold Mountain mining district , Esmeralda county , Nevada . This rich mining country has made millions for investors and m...

Publication Title: Farm Press
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BOOK REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 January 1907

BOOK REVIEW Colonel Crockett s Co-Operative Christmas , publishel by Geo . W . Jacobs & Co ., Philadelphia , is an optomistie solution of lonesomeness . After eating what he termed a horrible mockery of a Christmas dinner alone in a restaurant in New York , he declared that such a thing should never occur again , and he made up for it the next year by renting Madison S quare Garden for Christmas Day and filling it with guests . The happy ending of such an elaborate entertainment is very pleasantly described . Dem Good Old Times , by Mrs . James H . Dooley , which Doubleday , Page & Co . have just brought out , is one of the most sumptuous of gift books . The illustrations , which are all in color , are by Suzanne Cutherz . This book is said to interpret , more intimately than any other book , the real relation between the Southern aristocracy—the quality , as their retainers called them , and the old-time negro servants . Some idea of the author s feeling may...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
AMONG THE MAGAZINES [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 January 1907

AMONG THE MAGAZINES The Panama Canal . Why the new Panama Canal is to he a lock instead of a sea-level canal , what are the problems of construction to be met and conquered , how Panama compares with Suez , what are the olnw advantages of and objections to lot * canal construction , why Chinese law must be employed , present conditio in the canal zone , and the importing of local order and harmony—these ar matters upon which many P crS ? s ¦ would be glad to have clear , dcnW > authoritative information . These top ( Continued from page 11 . ) i toward a higher standard , while rows wo and ten deviate toward a lower tandard . We also find that our array j variation shows that we have 200 ars that are ten inches long , while there j no other length either above or e ] ow that length that comesanywhere ear that number , showing a strong initiation toward a ten-inch standard or ype , from which we will make our seection , going through the same culling > roccsstha...

Publication Title: Farm Press
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
A BATTLE BOYAL [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 January 1907

A BATTLE BOYAL How Stallion and Buck Fought Blindly to the Death . ( From Charles D . G . Kobcrts A Stranger to the Wild in the December Century . ) AT about 2 o olook in the morning at that mystic hour when Nature seems to send a message to all her animal children , preparing them for the advent of dawn , the white stallion got up , shook himself , stepped softly down to the brook s edge for a drink , and then fell to cropping the grass wherever it remained green . The forest , though to a careless ear it might have seemed as silent as before , had in reality stirred to a sudden , ephemeral life . Far off , from some high rock , a she fox barked sharply . Faint , muffled chirps from the thick bushes told of junkos and chickadees waking up to see if all was well with the world . The mice set up a scurrying in the grass . And presently a high-antlered buck stepped out of the shadows and started across the open toward the brook . The dark buck , himself a moving shadow , saw the stall...

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Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 January 1907

P2 VTXE RNSFor Home Sewing Onr lance 64-paae catalosue of ^^ ft ^ Jjfej ^ t ^^ lSlfiyVSil ? coat of packing and postage . - V \ lll , A MODISH SHIRTWAIST . A STYLISH BLOUSE . SfrTRTwiT <! T Ho . 6695 . The bright Scotch No . 5718 . A stylish blouse waist LADIES SHIRTWAIST . plalds 6 hown thl 8 sea 8 on make that possesses good style ls here No . 5608 . Blouse waists having the jauntiest of walsU ana are shown ln a smart development ot tucks for ornamentation aro very exceedingly popular . rorwrtnen plaid taffeta silk . For 36-inch generally becoming and aro par- bustmea 8 ureil ^ yarfs ^ matorlal bust measure three yards of 86- tlcularly appropriate for the thin 86 inches wide will be « $ »» . Inch material will be required . woolens and wash fabrics . The Ladles Shirtwaist No . 56 D 5 . Ladles Shirtwaist No . 5713 . medium elie requires 2 % yards Sizes for 82 , 84 , 36 , 88 , 40 and 42 Sizes for 82 , 84 , 86 , 88 , 40 and 42 of 86-inch material . inches bust measure . in...

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Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 January 1907

¦ aS aaal IThe Greatest Offer Ever Made by a Pub- i Ilisher in the History of the World . I- $ 1000 » HF FREE IIYes , Absolutely Free , with every IIYearly Subscription to ITHE AMERICAN FARMER IIat only fc »«fS Cents IH The publishers of the American Farmer have gone to great expense to secure these H H Accident Policies for its headers . We propose to have the biggest circulation of any agricul- BJ H tural journal in the world . To this end make this marvelous offer of a Free Limited Accident H H Policy for $ 1 , 000 to every new subscriber at 40 cents or every old subscriber who will pay up H BJ arrearages , or who will pay a year in advance . The Policy pays as follows : H For Loss of Life $ 1 , 000 . 00 ¦ H For Loss of Both Eyes , meaning entire and . permanent loss H of the sight of both eyes 1 , 000 . 00 ¦ H For Loss of Both Hands , by actual and complete severance at or above the wrist ••• • 1 , 000-00 BJ H For Loss of Both Feet , by actual and complete severance at or above ...

Publication Title: Farm Press
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Women Who Paint Minatures . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 January 1907

Women Who Paint Minatures . The New Idea Woman s Magazine tor December contains an article of some pages in length concerning tho painting of iniantures by American women artists . In America women appear _ to have lead in this branch of art , which dates from tho time of Charles I . Interesting accounts are given to tho leading American women miniature painters , amongst whom are Miss Laura C . Hills , Miss Ethel Blanchard , Miss Martha Baker , Miss Magda Heuerman and Miss Anna Lynch . Miss Hills , who has won the reputation of being the best American miniature painter of the present day , was trained at the Art Students League in New York and the Art School in Boston . She began hei career as an artist by designing Christmas cards and valentines . After having gained experience in these lines she worked with pastels , her pastels including figures and landscapes . Her work was characterized by . rich coloring and great depth of feeling , and began to attract the attention of many ...

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 January 1907
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Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 January 1907

Get This Gold Pair FREE ! ¦ ^ ^ PEOACI ^ WEARERS ! listen ! The foacming v ^ r ^ b ^ et ^ y Y ¦ . « _______ _ r \ ^ f « **»»* . ^ by Dr G . W . Smith , the County Health / W £ l 4 LP ^ SfficToi Ote ^^ y , and one * J * ™* 5 £ 2 E ^ P ^ idkns ¦ < -M ^^^^^ - W ^^^^ Sto ^^ 7 extraordinary but hon « t proposition , whereby str your -rSS ^ 3 ? £ 5 t /^ rr /* I- , 3 mail you my Perfect Home Eye Tester , y ^^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ fiQ ( J ^ fo be , M — Then when you return me * e Eye Tester the most perfecting , clearest _ ** £ * T £ - with your test I * m send you a complete five-dollar have ever bought a g £ * £ * »~* family set of fee Dr . Haux famous Perfect Vision youjroujself are tobe the sok ; 3 udge . B spectacles for only $ 1 , ( which is barely enough to Can anythmg be fa * er ? _ H pTfor this ^ funcement ) , and this will include Write today for my free Eye T ^ A ^ ress , B a P Lnlme pair of Rolled Gold spectacles abso- DR . HAUX SPECTACLE COMEOT . , lut ^ l ^ f charge . Haux Buil...

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¦ BRUARY / [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1907

¦ BRUARY / ¦ IK , croaker ; leave that to H & r / ey a vegetable or an ani * Bine mistakes out of a hunBprased by carelessness . K-ho make others happy get ¦ Satisfaction out of life . i- - dont want your cows to go living them plenty of good fresh Sfieop le make such a fuss about is they have to bear that it is on their neighbors than them- ( dicine alone , breathe plenty of r , eat properly and maintain ad you are alive sort of a i Iho wear a resigned martyr $ e when subscribing to ehar- [ vfeel the benefit that the free ied giver receives , it that you have been wrong us . To stick to the wrong know you are wrong is little , - contemptible . Relieve anything bad about a less you are convinced by inIproof . Then never tell it unabsolutely necessary . Ir planting ? Have you atthis ? If not , write to each seed advertisers in this issue at they have to offer . They | ble . Get their catalogues . Bee to admit that some of feerary productions in this fi be found in the adv...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1907

¦^ . NATIOMLTfjNMONTHLV PUBLISHED MONTHLY BY FARM PRESS PUBLISHING CO . 287 FIFTH AVENUE CHICAGO , III . SUBSCRIPTION PRICE One Tear 25 cents Entered as second class matter October 13 , 190 S , at the post office at Chicago , III ., under tlie act of Congress of July If , 1894 . The above rate Includes tbe payment of postage by us . All subscriptions commence wltb tbe Issue on press wben tbe order is received . When renewing ; your subscription , do not tall to say lt Is a renewal . II all our subscribers will do tbls a great deal ot trouble will be avoided . Also give your rums and initials lust as now on the yellow address label ; dont change it to some other member of the family ; If the paper is now coming in your wife s name , sign her name , Just otitis on the label , to your Utter of renewal . Discontinuances . —Subscribers wishing tbelr paper discontinued should write us to that effect and pay up all tbelr arrearages . It this Is not done , lt is assumed that tbe subscriber ...

Publication Title: Farm Press
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I Current Events rLrinru [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1907

I Current Events \ rLrinru TjuiaruvuutruvTJinniuiru-Lnxu POETO EICO is enjoying a greater measure of prosperity than ever before in its history . It seems there are great opportunities for live American business men who are willing to engage in agricultural • pursuits . It is necessary that they have some capital and a good deal of backbone , but the opportunities are there waiting for young men to go and take advantage of them . The best paying proposition seems to be sugar , but this requires considerable capital . Coffee growing / and tobacco raising , however , offer many inducements , and these are what may be termed poor man s crops . Fruit growing is :. another business which offers great remuneration for those who go into it in the . right way . Citric fruits of superior quality may be grown without danger of frost . Pineapples also are attracting a great deal of attention . Cattle breeding is another interesting business that promises to be prof itable . There is a great de...

Publication Title: Farm Press
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 February 1907

This paper was tormerly Farm , Field and Fireside , united with Farm Folks .

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