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DAWES TALKS OP TRUSTS [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1900

DAWES TALKS OP TRUSTS The next address was that ot Controller Dawes . After referring to the changed conditions of the country sinee the present national administration had taken charge , he said : The domestic problems before our party today are as grave and as important as those in . 1886 . Within the last two years some great combinations of capital have been formed with a p-r-arcntly Hire ? principal objects ln view : First , tbe cheaper purchase of raw material by the elimination of competing buyers of such material ; second , the exacting- of higher prices from the public by the elimination of competing sellers of the finished product ; third , the more economical productions of commodities , by the simplification of the machinery of production and distribution , which concentration of effort and capital makes possible . With the third object people of our country , as a whole , find little fault ; an ( ¥ I do not believe they desire to interfere unduly with the business ot an...

Publication Title: Farm Home
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
BUSINESS raosapECTs . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1900

BUSINESS raosapECTs . The railroad situation is eminently satisfactory . According to the Chronicle , 108 roads- reported earnings ef $ 50 ,- 700 , 000 In January , an increase of 15 per cent over the preceding January ; which , considering the gains of prer vious years ; was remarkable . The even distribution of these gains proves the : improvement of business to be general and not local . The South is now sharing this improvement more largely , the advance , in cotton being , a great boon to that section . It is calculated that if the present crop- did not exceed 9 , 000 , 000 bales , and the average price in southern markets was only 7 c , it would , net the South $ 40 , 000 , 000 ; more than last years crop . The So-nth . is also , profiting , from , the p & enomenal development in the cotton- ind . ustry 4 riot . onlysecuring a . larger pratfit . -Xor gr-owr Ink ,. B ^^ t ^ - U . ^ l- u a » iS ^ if 4 ^ rins ^ . ^^ . tram . maamfao-turing ; tfce : kapte ,- Tjesiaes ....

Publication Title: Farm Home
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
COUNTY INSTITUTE FUNDS [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1900

COUNTY INSTITUTE FUNDS Mr . A . 13 . Hostetter , Secretary of the Illinois Farmers Institute , writes of the failure of the state institute to make any appropriation for the aid of county and congressional institutes to be held in 1900 as follows : Dear Sir : To avoid any misunderstanding or disappointment on the part of the directors o £ the several districts and the officers and committees of county farmers institutes , I hereby call your attention to the fact that no provision was made by the board of directors of the Illinois Farmers Institute at the annual meeting , February 27 , 1900 , to use any ot the state institute funds for the payment of expenses of speakers at county farmers institutes . Your arrangement of programs and employment of speakers , should , therefore , be based upon the $ 73 . 00 appropriated to each , county farmers institute by the state , and such funds as may be contributed by the locality where the meeting is held . This matter should not be overlooked...

Publication Title: Farm Home
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WE WANT AGENTS [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1900

WE WANT AGENTS We want permanent local representatives- in every town and viiJag * in the land . We want club-raiser » in every neighborhood and school- room . We want endless chains of friends and coworkers among families and relatives . Will you help ns ? In return of such generous oo-operation as yon may giv « ; us , we are , upon our p & rt , prepared not only to offer more liberal commissions than are given by any other paper , but we -mean to protect tire fnte ** ests of our local agents , representatives and club-raisers , to the end that they may find permanent , pleasant amdl profitable home employment . It is possible for you— -our young friend , and reader—to become so closely a part ot our organization as to build np a permanent year to year business in your own town or country , a business which will have a definite , even a saleable , value to you , should you at any tfme remove to another state or district . Just as insurance agents secure commissions on n...

Publication Title: Farm Home
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
A RECORD BREAKER . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1900

A RECORD BREAKER . The year 1900 promises to be a records breaker in the number of sales and adr vance in the price 3 obtained for Berkshires in all portions of the United States . The committee in charge of the publie sale of Berkshires , to be held at Kansas City , have-, resolved to make it the great event in Berkshire circles for the year 1900 . The committee in charge of the Kansas City show consists of Hon . N . H . Gentry , of Sedalia , Mo . ; air . C . A . Stannard , of Emporia , Kan , and Mr . June K . King , of Marshall , Mo . The Kansas City committee have already secured offers of consignments from breeders residing in Nebraska , Kansas and Missouri .

Publication Title: Farm Home
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WORTH A FORTUNE [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1900

WORTH A FORTUNE Pushing to the Front is a handsomely made book , suitable for a- gift or for hard usage in a library . It contains 416 pages and is illustrated . It is bound in fine cloth with gold stamp . This same book sells In retail stores for $ 1 . 50 a copy , but is worth a fortune . Pushing to the Front , by O . S . Warden is as fascinating as a romance ; there is intense magnetism in every page . No youth , young man , young woman , student , teacher , clergyman or business man can afford to be without this inspiring book , and no one can read it without fresh resolution to make the most of himself and never again set a cheap estimate upon himseli . or his opportunities . It effectually explodes excuses . Success is a monthly journal of inspiration , encouragement , progress and self-Tielp , and will be a great- favoritein every home where introduced . To quickly introduce The Farm Home into thousands of new homes , we make the following extraordinary offer : The Farm Home ,...

Publication Title: Farm Home
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
FARMERS' READING CIRCLES . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1900

FARMERS READING CIRCLES . Farmers Reading Circles are Being established in thousands of rural neighborhoods , much to the advantage of all the farnrersarepresented jn the rhemi > ership . i - The • iiJlan - of the reading- eircles- is ; similar to the magazine- and book -clubs , ; Mit so popular- *!** cities ; . arf ^ tomai ^; ; circles- »•«><• siinpfe anU l . bfe % en « A * isi so * r grea £ that only anffltrotfnotion- toj the plan is neceseary to secure the ; hearty co-oneratron in each- neighborhood of all interested in good reading . - The plan of operation , in brief , is to secure the co-operation of say , ; ten farmers , who will take one or more papers and books , and after reading thesame , deliver the paper or books to -the neighbor constituting the next link in the chain of membership . The book or paper after completing the circuit of t-rfe membership , . is returned to the party providing the ; publication . : All interested in the estab...

Publication Title: Farm Home
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OiiTJBtBIN-G RA ^ TES . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1900

OiiTJBtBIN-G RA ^ TES . We will send The Farm Home and any one of the publteatidne named -below for one year , both for . one dollar . Any of Tie papers named below ssrtd The Farm Home wrm both be sent one year on receipt of one dollar at the office of The Farm Home , Springfield . 111 ., viz .: WEEKLIES . Inter Ocean , Chicago . Tribune , Chicago , Knquirer , Clncdnrrati . Globe-Democrat , St Louto Republic , St . Louis .. Constitution , Atlanta . Drovers Journal , Chicago . New York Post . New Yoefc Tribune * . Star , Kansas City . Hoard s Dairyman . SemlrMonthly Housekeeper ; . MONTHLIES . . - Success . . > MbCIUre s- Afegaaine . Bftmsey s Magazine . ~ i Cosmopolitan Magazine . Demorest Magazine-.. Frank Leslie s Magaslne . American Kitchen ( Wagaaine . Lx ( JfesHom « ¦ Journal ; | Efow to * © row Flowers .. American Drainage Jonrnal . American Swineherd . - American Sheep Breeder . Send the Fa-rau Home ; SprinefteldY IB-.-S 13 S , an * t & e Breeders Garot...

Publication Title: Farm Home
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CENTURY MIAGAZINE . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1900

CENTURY MIAGAZINE . Send The Farm Home , Springfield , 111 ., four dollars for four * anriuaJ- strbscriptions and The Farm Home willbe sent one year to the four parties rfartfed by the sender and The Century Magazine , annual subscription— $ 4 . 00—will be sent you for one year as a premium therefor .

Publication Title: Farm Home
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ST . NICHOLAS MAGAZINE . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1900

ST . NICHOLAS MAGAZINE . Send The Farm Home , Springfield , 111 ., three dollars for three annual subscriptions and The Farm Home will be sent one year to the three parties ; named by the sender and the St . Nicholas Magazine , annual subscription , $ o . 00—will be sent you for one year as . a premium therefor .

Publication Title: Farm Home
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BREEDERS' GAZETTE . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1900

BREEDERS GAZETTE . Send The Farm Home , Springfield , 111 ., one dollar and fifty cents and The Farm Home will be sent you one year and six months and the Breeders- Gazette , annual subscription two dollars , will be sent you one year as a premium therefor .

Publication Title: Farm Home
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF FAR -MERS AND INSTITUTE WORK -ERS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1900

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF FARMERS AND INSTITUTE WORKERS . The fifth annual meeting ot the American Association of Farmers Institute Workers will be held at Delevan , Wis ., March 13 ; 14 , 15 and 16 , 1900 . The program of the above meeting is as follows : Thursday , March 15 , evening session , 7 : 30 oclock . President s Address , F .. E . Dawley , New York ; Cooking Schools : of Farmers Institutes , Mrs . Helen Armstrong , Illinois ; Do Institutes Help Live Stock Interests ? A . P . Grout , Illinojg . Friday , March 16 , morning session , 9 o clock . Business meeting of the Association . Should Workers be Farmers ? O . C . Gregg , Minnesota ; How Ontario Manages Institutes , G . C . Creetaran ,. Ontario . Afternoon session , 1 : 30 o clock . Are Institute Bulletins Worth Their Cost ? Geo . McKerrow , Wisconsin . How Much Time for Biscussions ? C . D . SmJth , Michigan ; Relations of Fairs to Farmers Institutes , W . W . Miller , Ohio .

Publication Title: Farm Home
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FYPifapririi II II i nnnrri rrrrr "" - ; - " ¦""—^ -n . [; . Stock feeding ; fe ^» = » lagiaiadiliHI nn > "Hl l l l lllaHill l 'li * H I' ' ' ~ ^ [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1900

FYPifapririi II II i nnnrri rrrrr - ; - ¦—^ -n . [; . Stock feeding ; fe ^» = » lagiaiadiliHI nn > Hl l l l lllaHill l li * H I ~ ^ ECaNOMICAL ^ FEEDING . ; ito The Farm Home . In these aays of -close margins there is * nomore important subject to engage the attention of stockraisers and feeders than that of economical feeding . The -eTifferen « e between success and failnre , financially , in preparing animals for market , -may arise solely from non-attention to this • particular , even though the feeding itself should be of the most faultless character . lit A . lack of economy in feeding may / show itself in various ways , including ( the following , viz .: Feeding unsuitable ( animals ; buying the foods fed rather ttrah growing them ; neglecting to grow Ore cheaper foods ; and feeding foods without regard to market values . No more • common mistake is made by farmers than that of feeding unsuitable animals . LaaTr . of-suitability may refer to breeding , to quality an...

Publication Title: Farm Home
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Page 5 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1900
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1900

Homestead Herd HEREFORD CATTLE . TOM CPORTING & SONS , MOWEAQUA . ILL . Our herd is rich as the richest in the Wood of Anxiety , Lord Wilton and The Grove 3 d . Sires in Service Earl of ShadeJand 4 ist , 33378 . and Excellent . Come and see us , or write . We -can suit you In quality , pedigree and price . { When writing mention The Farm Home . ) Tfl I DAM Suras from « . 0 M ) to « S 80 . flW at JJU .. LUflU from A per rent , up annually . Loajt ( . ranted fur » term of years or redeemable by iristallmentsof principal and interest as desired . Exitttiiis • mortgages paid off . Life insurance-nolistos purchased or loaned on . B . KOXTON , 103 LaSalle St .. Chicago , I 1 L Ftm BSfBB Our handsome Gareea . uuKtatl md HFF ma » Les £ S % fiJisA ¦* i » fc BfltWMIMtJfl . Wyoa « 1 asoSosffis namesof . 6 neigi , > QOr & who Injy seed by ^ aa « aai . Ba * a m sO . wlll semi ( lie P & aay Seed V |_ 1 L la yUEKfarmarcmeJIe . Andrew , Jfc . Vpll COLE...

Publication Title: Farm Home
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1 Smtnt . esseaeataoaaaaa a > aia . a » a , a » ~ a »» ai » a > [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1900

1 Smtnt . esseaeataoaaaaa a > aia . a » a , a » ~ a »» ai » a > ADVERT 3 SING AND SBULINO HOGS . Mr . D . P . McCracken , Paxton , 111 ., writes The Farm Home : Given a Hke amount of advertising aria an equal number of inquiries froth contemplative buyers , and one man will be sold out and have orders to return , while another having the same grade of stock and fully as desirous of cqnducting business honorably with his fellow man , will have scarcely made a sale . There is nothing strange about this , the same thing- occurring as it does frfrquently in the conduct of business In any other walk or avocation of life . . One man is a salesman , the other is not . - ¦ ¦ ¦ , -.- \ A merchant -to be a good salesman must first study the wants of his pa * tron . - ? .. - • - .. ... ¦ ¦? A stock of the latest style dancing pumps would be a drag on . the market lri a rural neighborhood where they want plow shoes . Smiths best flour may be to your mind far superior to ( ...

Publication Title: Farm Home
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1900
Publication Title: Farm Home
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1900

lAOME FOODISubstitute for Oil Meal at Half the Cost . g , § PAYS BBBDBRS BIG PROFITS . J £ SOLD ON OTTAR-ANTEJEJ , § S The following breeders are among The following Commission Meroh- & 5 J- our long Hat of customers who use ants at Union Stock Yards feed $ J § £ 7 fG 7 * TB POOD : TCCTUTB FOOD : X A . J . Lovejoy & Son , Rosooe , 111 . Alexander , Ward & Conover , X A B . H . Ware , Douglas , 111 . . Geo . Adams & Burlc Co . Q 3 Swengle & Kimrey , Neoga , 111 . J . A . Means . 2 j ; J , A . Osborne , Bantoul , 111 . J . H . Moore . S X For further particulars with free book showing cost of Acme Food for * -Q all kinds of animals , pigs at 4 cents pel * month each , price list , etc ., address Q g mentioning The Farm Home , ¦ . . , . g fi ACME FOOD CO ., 161 Canal St ., Chicago , ill . 6 * x

Publication Title: Farm Home
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BUTTER MAKING [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1900

BUTTER MAKING Mrs . Eva H . bprihger , for years past the president of the Sangamon County Butter Makers Association , addressed the Logan County Farmers Institute as follows : Mr . President , Ladies and Gentlemen : It is considered natural that everyone shall magnify his mission . I have not come to you to magnify , but to truthfully explain to you my experience in the art of butter making . A great deal has already been written on this subject , but I willtry to describe as briefly as possible my plan of home buttermaking . In this , as in all other matters , to deal with our subject intelligently , we must begin at the beginning . In this case , this means the cow , whose food and drink should be wholesome and pure . Too many neglect the cow and expect her to give good milk with no care . Keep the cows on high and dry pastures . Good butter cannot be made from cows running on low , wet pastures . Their drink should be the purest of water found . The cow should have a bath room ,...

Publication Title: Farm Home
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
WONDERFUL SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1900

WONDERFUL SUCCESS Mr . Jarnes Bayne , editor of the American Swineherd , published at Chicago , wrote of Dr . J . H . Snoddy and the remedy he prepares for hog cholera , as follows : We have been acquainted with Dr . J . H . Snoddy , formerly of McKenzie , Tenn ., but now of Alton , 111 ., for several years . We have always believed him to bo the originator of Snoddy s Remedies for Hog Cholera and Swine Plague , and have always heard him spoken of as the discoverer of this remedy and cure . We have been doing business with him for a number of years , and know personally of his wonderful success in many cases , as we have had letters from the parties interested whose hero s he has treated . While some of the herds treated by the parties themselves have not been successful , even with these he has been on the whole able to save from 9 per cent up of the hogs treated by him , which we consider marvelous results . He does not pretend that the remedy is a cure for all ailments , but is a...

Publication Title: Farm Home
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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