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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1900
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> ¦•» ¦¦¦¦¦ » » ! Berkshire Sales LA ## * B # tt # Mk # *>» #% M ### M [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1900
&gt; ¦•» ¦¦¦¦¦ » » ! Berkshire Sales LA ## * B # tt # Mk # *&gt;» #% M ### M A GOO © START . It will be seen in the following list of transfers filed In the office of the American Berkshire Association during the month of January that a good start has been made in sales for the new year . Elsewhere in this issue a long list of sales of Berkshires made In the previous month that were crowded out of our last Issue are published . The sales of Berkshires made in December , 1899 , a partial list of which were published in our January issue , gave unmistakable proof of the continued activity in the demand for Berkshires and the appended list of transfers filed for January confirms the predictions of leading breeders that the year 1900 will make a new record for registration and sales in the office of the American Berkshire Association . Not a few of the breeders who have used The Farm Home for advertising their Berkshires report during the past month that they are entirel...
WHERE TO BIJY 1 J j BERKSHIRES . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1900
WHERE TO BIJY 1 J j BERKSHIRES . Breeders and farmers desiring to f purchase first-class Berkshire * will serve their Interests by sending to the following well known gentlemen for catalogue and price list , vis .: ALABAMA . B . A . BISHOP Talladega SAM T . SMITH .. TrojlABKANSA ^ S . J . W . BELL ....... ... Beebe V- CALIPOBNIA . SESSIONS &amp; CO . v ... Los Angeles GJEOBGIA . J . G . B . ERWIN .................. Erwln ILLINOIS . F . D . CRANE Mt . Sterling W . H . KBR Prairie du Roeher J . W . GREENWOOD Loami R Y . KINOAID Athens A . J . LOVEJOY &amp; . SON ; .. Roscoe M . D . PALMER .... Mendota FRED H . RANKIN .. Athens D . H . SHANK Paris JAS . A . STONE &amp; SON . . Bradfordton INDIANA . I . N . BARKER &amp; SON ...... Thorntown IOWA , E . BREITT 3 ACH Cascade M . K . PRINE &amp; SON Oskaloosa THOMAS TEAL : ....... Utlca KANSAS . C A . -STANNARD .........,..,.... Hope KBNXVCKY . W . F . LILLARD Lawrenceburg OALDWELL NORTON .. .. Louisv...
j m Berkshire 1 > mnmnm » m » i » [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1900
j m Berkshire 1 &gt; mnmnm » m » i » PUSH THE BERKSHIRE . The twenty-fifth annual meeting of the American Berkshire Association was more largely attended than any previous session , and there was no lack of enthusiasm for any measure likely to increase the great and growing demand for this popular breed of swine . It was generally conceded that the best method for increasing the demand for the Berkshire was to hold public sales in various states at cities easily accessible to breeders . The following resolution was introduced by Hon . A . J . Lovejoy , and was unanimously adopted : Whereas , The holding of public sales among the Berkshires has proven of great benefit to the Interests of the breed , by bringing new men into the business and encouraging younger breeders ; it is hereby Resolved , That the officers and members of the American Berkshire Association in annual session this day , do hereby ask that breeders of Berkshires throughout the United States interest themsel...
<«««»¦¦»¦»¦»»•¦ *»»»»»»» ¦» »¦»¦¦»¦»¦ j Jersey Cattle ' _____ - > - — . — ¦ —¦¦— —— -am . MWmwwMmmwmwmwwamr • w -- ¦ [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1900
&lt;«««»¦¦»¦»¦»»•¦ *»»»»»»» ¦» »¦»¦¦»¦»¦ j Jersey Cattle _____ - &gt; - — . — ¦ —¦¦— —— -am . _¦_ MWmwwMmmwmwmwwamr • w -- ¦ ^ wMwmwmwmw ^^^ ^ — — — — — . — A REVIEW OF THE JERSEY COW FOR 1899 . Great Demand by Dairy Farmers—The Cooper Sale—Individuality Demanded — Importations from the Island—( Highest Records for the Year . Mr . Vallency E . Fuller writes The Farm Home : The year 1899 has been a very prosperous one for the Jersey cow . It is true the prices , as a rule , have not advanced very materially , but there has been a steady and healthy demand for Jerseys ; the number of beginners who have joined the ranks of breeders is great ; but the greatest absorption has been by sales to the dairy farmers , the length and breadth of the country , who have been compelled to buy bulls to grade up their stock , or to add Jersey cows to their herds . The great object such dairy farmers have had in view , is to improve the quality of their milk and to produce it at a less...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1900
Maple Park : Herd Jersey Cattle the Best Quality Up-to-Date Berkshire Swine The best butter producing families of Jerseys with good tests are strongly represented in this herd . Two young bulls of rare quality and rich pedigree for sale . Berkshire Swine of up-to-date quality and breeding for sale at prices satisfactory to buyers . Satisfaction guaranteed as to quality , breeding and price . P . J . MoDONALD , Decatur , HI . of COOMASSIE JERSEYS SONS OP Coomassie s Tnustee 32806 and Ganflopian Pevvott 46 S 7 S TOR , S-AXiEJ . This breeding is very similar to Golden Lad . Jersey Bulls of such choice individuality and rich ancestry are very rara . Choicely bred large English Berkshires of quality . Prices , Pedigrees and Animals will be satisfactory . JOHN H . BURGIN , Huntington Valley , Pav
j Southdown Sheep j [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1900
j Southdown Sheep j FLOCK NOTES . Mr . J . A . Leland , whose advertisement has appeared in the columns of the Farm Home for some months , reports that it has brought him many inquiries and made him a goodly number of very satisfactory sales . Volume VIII of the Record , has been closed . It will contain 2 , 000 pedigrees that have been recorded in a remarkably short period . The mark has been set that Volume IX , with an additional one thousand—3 , 000—Shall be closed by January , 1901 . From the great interest now taken in Southdown sheep there seems no reason why this mark should not be reached . The picture of the Southdown ram , . Brick Top 8451 , herewith presented is an excellent work of art , a good likeness of a ram that in his younger days was a premium winner at the State Fairs of Illinois , Iowa and Nebraska , and later has proven himself a splendid breeder . As indicated by the bareness of wool on legs , he is a hus-tler , that even briers do not stay his progress . Whi...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1900
Southdown Ewes ftea Bred to JSBBL Excellent Rams . J ^ HPMP B © R KSJ-I I R © SMINB , • __ , , ROPE-COMB LEGHORN . « _ l _? \ WYANDOTlE . • = SiS J INDIAN GAME . r U 1 LANGSIIAN . pS- _ = &gt; I PLYMOUTH HOCK . ° - I . HOLLAND TUKKKV . All stock recorded and good indivUlualy . Stock for sule ul . all times anil inspection invited . J . A . liGLAM ) . Springfield , III . . WOODSIDE FARM . Seed Cof-p . B . Howard Wliiteeomb , proprietor Red Ear Slock farm , Terre Haute , Ind ., has Improved Early Learning Seed Corn for .-ale at $ 1 . 00 por bu- &gt; hal ; sucks free with two bushel or over . Send for samples . Mention The Farm Home . TIMBER AND DRIRY LAP FOR SALB . I have become the owner of large tracts o f Timber and Dairy Lands during the lata hard times , and being neither a lumberman nor farmer , I will sell them . One excellent tract for breeding Short Horns . Good opportunity fo .-condensed milk . Write BENTON KILLIN , Portland , Oregon . Free . Free ! Feeds and...
I Poultry j [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1900
I Poultry j POULTRY . • Mr . Geo . Ertel , of Quinoy 111 ., the maker of the Victor Incubator and Breeder , writes : The wide distribution of domestic fowls throughout the United States and the general use of their products make poultry of interest to a large number of people . Breeders are continually striving to improve the fowls for some particular purpose , and to excel all predecessors in producing just what the market demands for beauty or utility ., but the mass of people look at the poultry products solely as supplying the necessary elements of food in an economical and palatable form . For a considerable time each year , eggs are sought instead of meat by people of moderate means , because at the market price eggs are a cheaper food than the various kinds of fresh meat . Large numbers of the rural population live more or less isolated , and flnd it inconvenient , if not impossible , to s . pply fresh meat daily for the table aside from that slaughtered on the farm ; and of ...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1900
^ fc-d DONT PAY A CENT H ^ Sn-ll &amp; SHP for an Incubator of any kind until you have given lt a thorough A ^ mmmMMMMMtBa trial . Borne Incubators were never Intended to hatch chickens , but V • L 5 -r- twls 0 e n n 3 you d toi ° s seI 1 , Voiv Culm Incubator on TrfaT II If ^* After you have tested it to your satisfaction you pay for it . So eaay ** ™* H *^ to handle any child can run it . Took First Prize at Worlds Fair ana Medal at Nashville and Omaha Expositions . We send the largest and most Instructive caialoeue published for Scents . Plans for Brooders and Poultry Houses , 2 Sc . Senator Catalogue . VON CCLIN INCUBATOR CO ., No . 41 WaterSt ., Delaware Olty , Del . * a | M ^^ A Nowton s ( J 0 W Tlli _ d __ 9 _^_^_^_ M Holds firmly , draws __ MiflB ^^^| BBt them forward when lying &lt; e ^ SMMMMMm \\\ lB % i dowD i Pn-91 * 168 hack when • - -WI lS ^^^^^^ Ejf ° t head , keepsthemclean TMW ^^^^ Bfw Batavia , 111 . Catalogue FrM
Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1900
^ Poultry for Profit ^ QgK ^ ^^ . Ali tSe title of our new year book . It jSSmWhfg ^^ i-VtaYP 1000 - ^ 8 lves mme exact Information &lt; Vfl ^^^^« S ^ nB drawn from actual experience fffimS ^ SST ^ HiSi ^ * Dan an y bo ° ^ ° * lta B ze now sBaeti * Tciis ^^¦ Ks ^ Vall about how to breed , g row . feed ^ Jy ^ mVMSm ^ SamW and market fowls of all kinds . Tells Inclden- ^ HBlBiB- — tally all EJ »« t the Famous MlUhook ^ BHSHF Poultry Farm , the largest pare bred pool * ^ ¦ ^^ trr establishment In the country . Finely ilfaitrftgfflEJted with cuts from life . Mailed anywhere for 10 e » jJSfiPSend for a copy and be entertained and Informed . *** THE J . W . MILLER CO ., Btx 100 ftteporMU . ( When writing mention The Farm Home . ) A SONG OF SUCCESS &lt; r * - ^_ s _ = s _ T 3 MY 1 T 1 TrT | wnttM make another good name for onr SlgppHP 2 QTH OENTURY &amp; 5 sMPOULTRY BOOK JHH _ S 3 HBMW It deals with all those subjects which tend •^ KJ ^^^ to success In the poultry b...
[/ . " ' / Home leaking J [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1900
[/ . / Home leaking J ILtJNOIS ASSOCIArnON OF DOMESTIC SCIENCE . This association is affiliated with the Illino-is Farmers Institute . It was organized by the Institute in 1898 to arouse wider interest in the science and art of homekeeping , and while not at all limited to the farm homes , it Is yet designed especially for the assistance ot farmers wives and to stimulate -mutual helpfulness in their methods of housekeeping . The system of organization Is precisely the same as for institutes , that is to say , one association for each county working in conjunction with the county institute , and conducing at least one session of each annual meeting . Any number of local organizations may be formed and conducted upon any plan that is most convenient and helpful . The essential feature is the county organization • working in connection with the County Institutes . The State Association holds one meeting a year in connection with the state institute and the delegates to this meeting are...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1900
THE GIRLS Desirous of the best advantages for study IK 7 VKVSIC P . RT or a BUSINESS couRse Will send fo » the Oataloguo of the Alton Conservatory . This popular Institution for many years lias providnd excellent facilities as a school of Music and Liberal Arts . Tho liberal patron ace the Conservatory has received for years past proves tbat Alton , with Its uti rtctlve surroundings ai d environment , was tho b »* -t i lace for such an Institution . For information writs RUTH C . MILLS , DIRECTOR . ALTON - . - ILLINOIS . ( When writing mention The Farm Home . ) You Should See the new Wheeler &amp; Wilson No . 9 . Light running , rapid sewing , durable , simple in construction . The only sewing machine that does not fail in any point . It has not a peer among sewing machines . If You Want reliable , taking , well-advertised goods , there is no line made that will compare with the celebrated WHEELER &amp; WILSON SEWING MACHINE DEALERS WANTED . ADDRESS WHEELER &...
The Institute [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1900
The Institute , «« -.- » - • ¦ • . •*»• ••»••¦••••»•»•••• ANNOUNCEMENT . Illinois Farmers Institute . The Board of Directors of the Illinois ¦ f armers Institute extend a cordial invitation to the farmers , horticultural- • Kt * - * dairymen , live stock breeders and ea ^ ne « * - ¦ £ Illinois , also to the memS « of the Domestic -Science Assoc . a- « ons and to ail others who are , interest «&gt; d in the devel opment of the le- - ^ rces of the state and the up-build-irg of our homes , to attend the fifth annual state meeting to be he d at Mt . Vernon February 20 , 21 , and 22 , 1990 . The program covers a wade rause or subjects which will be presented and discussed by these of recognized ability and experience in their respective Kne-s of work . There will be an opportunity for t . ie general discussion of all the topics on S / ie program . The introduction of other subjects of rten-eral interest to agriculture may he ijade through the Question Box . The fuestions to be su...
I |»«« --T ¦ »¦ -- ¦ --. ¦ ¦«¦¦¦¦¦ farmers * Colleges j ! [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1900
I |»«« --T ¦ »¦ -- ¦ --. ¦ ¦«¦¦¦¦¦ farmers * Colleges j ! AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION . ( Prof . I . P . Roberts , director of the New York College of Agriculture , writes : The secretary of agriculture , -Son . , Tames Wilson , says : There is a growing interest in education that relates to production . All classes of intelligent people favor it . Congress endowed colleges to teach It , and progress is ibeing made , but not so rapidly as the growth of the country demands . The education of our • people in common school , high school , and college has not been designed to prepare them for producing , except the very few who have found their way into our agricultural colleges . In New York , the college of agriculture of Cornell University , has a state appropriation of twenty-five thousand dollars per annum ( now made thirty-five thousand ) to be used in aiding the introduction of nature teaching ln the common schools and the carrying on of simple agricultural experiments in different pa...