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A REFORM IN BUILDINGS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1901

A REFORM IN BUILDINGS . The Little Red School House , of former years is fast being displaced by more modern structures , better adapted for the work of teaching and training the youth of our land . Great changes have been made in public architecture , and the building of today is as far in advance of that of former days as the college is of public schooll Not only has advance been made in public school architecture , but Sunday School architecture has also made rapid strides . Instead of trucking the Sunday School away in the cellar , or some other out-of-the-way place , the church is beginning to realize that in the Sunday School is the future church ( as 85 per cent of its additions come from the Sunday School ) , and that it is entitled to better quarters and more modern conveniences . Consequently there has been a reform in church architecture , and they are now being built with some thought of the Sunday School . The Sunday School building of today is one that can be easily th...

Publication Title: Farm Home
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
CYCLONE FARM INSURANCE [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1901

CYCLONE FARM INSURANCE The past year has been the most prosperous in the brief history of the Springfield District Mutual Cyclone Insurance Company . This company was organized in July , 1 S 96 , and the business on its books at tlie close of each year as reported to the State Insurance Commissioner was as follows : December , 31 , 1896— $ 178 , 210 . December 31 , 1897— $ 239 , 773 . ; December 31 , 1 S 9 S— $ 326 , 527 . December 31 , 1899— $ 430 , 841 . December 31 , 1900— $ 565 , 13 S . The new business placed upon the books of this prosperous company during the few years since its organization has been as follows : Year ending Dec . 31 , 1896— $ 178 , 210 . Year ending Dec . 31 , 1897— $ 168 , 829 . Year ending Dec . 31 , 1898— $ 100 , 891 . Year ending Dec . 31 , 1899— $ 117 , 989 . Year ending Dec . 31 , 1900— $ 160 , 927 . It will be seen that there has been a very healthy growth in the business of the company from year to year . The new business placed upon the books of the...

Publication Title: Farm Home
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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ONE NAME FOR THIS COUNTRY . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1901

ONE NAME FOR THIS COUNTRY . America ana Americans are terms of national limitation in the use of our neighbors already , writes Dr . Robert Ellis Thompson , in the Saturday Evening Post . . The Canadian may call himself a North American , but never an American . He keeps that name for his neighbors to the south . A Mexican has but one sense for the word Americano , by which he designates the man from across the Rio Grande . So , throughout the whole continent , we are the Americans and our country is America in the usage of every people of the western world . Only among ourselves , and as an inheritance from our period of colonial politics , is there any hesitation in the matter . And as we have far more than the population of all the rest of the continent , to any nothing of wealth and power and other elements of weight , the name is not unfit . The Father of his Country may fairly claim the same right as other fathers in naming the child . In his farewell address he seems to have ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1901

FARMES AITD BUIBIH THE FARM HOME CPUBLISHID 110 NTHLT ) Subscription * may begin the flrst of any month . Terms lor subscriptions ln the Dnltea States , Oanada and Mexico , FJ . 00 a year , payable ln advance . Forolgn subscribers must remit in advance , those within the Postal Union sending IX eents additional • aeb year for postage . lt < MnIt turns should be seat by bank draft , post-office or express money order payable to The Farm Home Co . The name on your paper s yellow-label will show to the flrst of what month your subscription haa been paid . No other receipt Is given unless stamp ls - MM . Cbanf-e of . Address Klaadly send us both your old and new address * week previous to the date . of the desired change . DUoontlnuanceai . . Responsible subscribers will continue to receive this journal until the publishers are notified by latter to discontinue , whan all arrearages must be paid . If you do not wish the journal continued for another ? ear after your subsjorip...

Publication Title: Farm Home
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SStock Teeding . a . —___— -.,, __ .- '' . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1901

SStock Teeding . a . —___— -.,, __ .- . A FEEDING EXPERIMENT . Prof . W . A . Henry , Director of the Wisconsin Experiment Station , made a feeding experiment last year with hogs , which revealed some rather interesting features . He fed 100 t . ogs , weighing 250 pounds average . For ninety days he fed them one-third wheat middlings and two-thirds cornmeal . He made them put on 1 . 6 o pounds per day . The same number and same weights , fed also ninety days on one-third wheat middlings and onethird shelled corn , made a gain of only 1 . 35 pounds per day . In all of his experiments a ration of one-third wheat middlings and two-thirds corn meal made the best gain and the most profit . He recommends for fattening sheep , one-third oats and two-thirds corn meal . —Hoard s Dairyman . • BROOD SOWS AT FARROW . Col . A . J . Lovejoy writes the Swine Advocate on care of brood sows at time of farrow as follows : aOur method of handling brood sows for a few days prior to and after farrowing ...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1901

fSALZERS R » fE ^ - ^ aJM « fJjSHi : , * E it . T . ? _ ua . gl «» filch . y ^ Bay * * HmW ^ mJ n l . , H ? ^ , ^®^ p TAHlS ^ i ^ « tft ! gFSEEDS ^ JSWSshtr s Srtda are Warranted to PrtxhfceXjJJ * ¦ CJjFMablon Loflier E . Troy . Psv . auatotobedtt . wwldby CM AKm <> iDe 350 lsaJ . Hig 4 Oata 1 ; J-Unida-.-Mtabaca ^ tWla .. ^ | BWlMbu . basr ]< y ; aii , l H . Lovejoy . Red W lHK , Mtnr ... 320 ba ^ m \ ¦ fSalsia coral per acre . > l yaw ajoulit , write tlaaasn . we trlahS . H B | to gaaln 200 , 00 c slew r . ustoBrere , bencas will send ails trial mg H $ 10 WORTH FOR IOCQ MB 10 pkgs of rate farm needs . Salt Bush , Comblna . Com— MM ¦ HSpslts , prolacforr 80 bu . fasoal sad * frnshay pes-aws—MM H ^ am above oatBand barley . tiromaia Inerrnia—greatest uraBB i . ji VS ^ on esrtb ; Hog i ea , Rape , BIIUois t Gs-sisus < 13 J £ 3 f \ SA tons bay psr acre ) Spring Wheat , 4 c , rocltadhig fZJ W ^ L oairnsammoth Peed aSntaloR allmaila...

Publication Title: Farm Home
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Mt » l > anmnsB » nnm JSioinc [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1901

Mt » l > anmnsB » nnm JSioinc ¦ Something- for the Twentieth Century Swine Breeder to Consider in Swine Breeding . Paper read by W . J . Kennedy before Bwine Bleeders meeting at Taylorville . Mr . President , Ladies and Gentlemen : It affords me great pleasure on this occasion , the beginning of the twentieth century , to be able to congratulate you , the swine breeders and farmers of the great state of Illinois , upon the widespread and universal prosperity enjoyed by the live stock Interests at the present day . As stock breeders and farmers we can but express our satisfaction and gratification at the beginning of a new era of good times and prosperous con ditinos . It is very evident that the live stock industry of Illinois is now on the up grade , and thus the time is now most propitious for vast improvement and advancement in this , the greatest and most important branch of agriculture . It should not be the aim or object of this association to boom the live stock bu...

Publication Title: Farm Home
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1901

•• RIDGEtaZHYS + New Scientific Discovery ! By Feeding the Sow an Antitoxic Preparation , made like Yeast , Immunizes Plg 8 before birth—through the mothers blood . Immunizes Pigs After Hirth—through the mother s milk , Immunizes the older grown Hog by a different process Successfully tested on over twenty thousand pigs this year . 1 am shipping , and will continue to ship my hogs at my own expense everywhere , to be exposed in cholera . I now have over 200 pigs thus exposed . Have sold farm rights to over 2 , 500 farmers and breeders . Agency of Robert Kidgeway & Co ., of Logansport , Ind ., countermanded . Write ROBERT RIDGEWAY , Amboy , Ind . . KING OF DISINFBCTBNTS MINORS FLUID THE THING YOU WANT STOCKWEJSl flTTH . fiTIO . fi Keep your premises disinfected by the use of Minor s Fluid . For Treating Wounds or as a Vermin Destroyer there Is nothing better . USED BY THE LEADING STOCKMEN . W . E . MINOR & CO . Cleveland , Ohio . Big Four jOfk The ^ QOTHKXHB B...

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- | li «« llM t The Dairy j ' ~ ~ — — * »« a ¦ M ¦ ^ [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1901

- | li «« llM t The Dairy j ~ ~ — — * »« a ¦ M ¦ ^ THE GROUT BILL . Question introduced by address at the National Live Stock Association , ,. from Col . John I \ Hobbs , editor National Provisioner , New York City , N . T ., author of the following resolution : Whereas , Oleomargarine—sometimes called butterine—is made entirely from products of the live stock and cotton farm , being composed solely of percentages of the finest oil of the caul fat of the steer , a rich neutral oil from the leaf lard of the hog , pasteurized cream of the dairy cow , and butter oil , the finest product of the selected cotton seed ; and Whereas ,, The above farm-grown . ingredients ha-ve been combined in the above edible condiment , which is the virtual equivalent of creamery butter , and a , che . aper . article of food for the poorer classes of our people ; and Whereas , The chief food experts and chemists of the world have publicly pronounced oleomargarine to be perfectly pure , clean , nutritious a...

Publication Title: Farm Home
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1901

• IB QB ft our Chain # I Q BA btsyi this Farm (« a A A for hand made , # « A tUlSVJ ^ . ^ JSZZ SlOaSO End Ureech- • I OlOU llsarssca . Tra- $ a < OiUU hip strap folded * f » l ««™«¦ H . HNE 8 S . lain- Harness , Coscor . 1 flat casas 6 It lraac , 1 % ta . wld » with breec-hllic Harness . Bolt JK laa . tratea , lams 1 in . jsltf tl ., pads , l , Vio . traces , folded breech- cocksyM , lines % ii ,. il 8 £ t ., ha » k hamea , Itfm . tracts , UiUinesH ) ha-tast and polo straps Iff In ., W , lin . HiMa , l ^ in . breaalelrapa , andter . lt pada . pole and br . asl ft . lonjr , breast and pole atrapa W 1 in- coli » v » elravpo , ^* b Itcb strap .- , 2 hikn > trapfcI < aacaillarB , « 18 . tl 5 ! atsapal ! 4 I ,., 2 hiatl , straps . Lesa li ... 2 hitch attapi . Leascollars , Ua » collam , ^ . 50 ; s » IUt collars , with co ) J »™ r # 22 . 10 . collars , « 8 . BO j with coUasrs , at 22 . al 5 . » 24 . 60 i w ith collars , 131 . 25 . atan . 75 , breeching ext...

Publication Title: Farm Home
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1901

OKLAHOMA LANDS Intending ( settlers sha . nld not try to locate in New KIOWA and COMANCHE Country , stxm tu be opened tai settlement , without tiavlni ; ao Allotment Map , tatiowlng the location of lutliun lands , lam publishing an Allotment Map , showing Indian lando and vacant lands . Without it you may settle on an Allotment . I rlce si . I make soldiers homestead lllugsby jaaawerof-atLirney . Inclose Wc tor blanks . ind particulars . A . W . tjilFIX , Atiy ., Butte , Okla . f ^ S-Efe ^ s-s ^ V WM $ iM * wa ^^ S a « 5 . —• ¦ S ^ CHBRUTS MANURE AS 11 FEBB CARRIE 1 C , The greatest lnlaor saver on a stock farm . No wheeling manure ia tbe jautl . Will operate on curve or switch . Bend for free illustrated catalog to D . B . CHERRY & Cti ., Knoxville , Iowa . The HAVANA Gasoline Engine Best by Test ASHUSSr PEESS DRILL CO .. Havana 111 1 ^ 5 ^™^ ° *^™ I < WBOSCIGV S iu 60 minutes , S g ^ ritlCK : GrCalfTI - • * 7 00 ta $ 5 . 00 . j Cistsssis & iie Fr...

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j Berkshire Sales j [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1901

j Berkshire Sales j BERKSHIRES IN GREAT DEMAND . The first month ln the first year of the new century has made a new record in the number of sales filed for record in the office of the American Berkshire record in the month of January . The transfers filed in the office of the American Berkshire Association in January , 1901 , exceed hy over 48 per cent the number filed for the same month of 1900 . Indiana leads in the number of sales filed for record in January , 1901 , closely followed by Missouri , Nebraska , Illinois , North Carolina and Texas . The number of sales of recorded Berkshires in January , 1901 , in the several states is as follows : Alabama 2 California 1 Georgia 3 Illinois 22 Indiana 30 Iowa 1 Kansas 12 Kentucky 5 Louisiana -, 4 Maine • . 5 Maryland 6 Michigan 9 Minnesota Mississippi 1 Missouri 26 Nebraska 24 North Carolina ..... 22 New Jersey 1 New York 4 Ohio 8 Pennsylvania 10 Tennessee 3 Texas 21 Washington 5 Wisconsin 3 West Virginia 2 Total 235 The pigs and pri...

Publication Title: Farm Home
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
WHERE TQ BUY BERKSHIRES . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1901

WHERE TQ BUY BERKSHIRES . WHERE TO BUY BERKSHIRES . Breeders and farmers desiring to purchase i first-class Berkshires will serve their interests by sending to the following well known gentlemen for catalogue and price list , viz .: ALABAMA . E . A . BISHOP Talladega SAM T . SMITH ..... Troy ARKANSAS . W . J . BELL Beebs CALIFORNIA . JOS . KELLY Ferndale GEORGIA . J . G . B . ERWIN . Erwin ILLINOIS . C . H . C . ANDERSON & CO . Carlinvill F D . CRANE Mt . Sterling W . H . KER Prairie du Rocher J . W . GREENWOOD Loaml R . Y . KINCAID .... Athens W . R . GOODWIN , JR Napervllle A . J . NOFFTZ .. ...... Sadorus M . D . PALMER ...., . Mendota D . H . SHANK ...... Paris INDIANA . I . N . BARKER & SON Thorntown IOWA . E . BREITBACH .... ., ... Cascade W . D . McTAVISH Coggon THOMAS TEAL .. TJtlca KANSAS . C . A . STANNARD .......... Hope KENTUCKY . W . F . LILLARD . LawrencagSurg - ** CALDWELL NORTON ...-Louisville FRIEND & HAYWOOD . ; ... Madlsonville ...

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Tbe Berkshire [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1901

Tbe Berkshire nissaMuM ajumnj ROCKLANDS JOY 51696 . The illustration on this page will be recognized as an accurate portrait of the well-known boar , Rockland s Joy 51696 , now at the head of the Rockland herd , of which Karl B . Clough , - of North Amherst , Ohio , is the popular manager . Rockland s Joy 51696 was bred by A . J . Lovejoy & Son , of Roscoe , 111 ., and is one of many noted prize winners produced at Riverside . He was sired by Wrangler s Duke II . 47721 , and is ¦ out of Baroness Lady 4250 S , a daughter of the noted Baron Duke II . 30293 , bred by Hon . N . H . Gentry , and a son of the great Longfellow . Rockland s Joy 51696 is equally as well bred on the side of his sire . His sire , Wrangler s Duke II . 47721 , was sired by Silver Star 30485 , a son of the well-known boar imported Enterprise 26461 , that made such a splendid record in the herd of J . G . Snell & Bro ., of Edmonton , Canada , and other leading breeders in the United States ...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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i Jersey Cattle i [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1901

i Jersey Cattle i »¦¦>¦¦••¦¦ ¦ •<<•• ¦¦ »¦<¦¦•¦¦¦ JERSEY CATTLE SALES . The following sales of Jersey . cattle have been reported to this office : Biltmore Farms , Biltmore , N . C , bull Pierrot s Golden Lad 57780 , J . A . Claude , New Orleans , La . ; bull Teasos Golden Lad 57781 , to E . L . Wight , Smyrna , Ga . ; cow Elsie of Biltmore 131001 , cow Faith of Biltmore 150716 , to J . E . Willard , Fairfar , Va . ; M . B . Rowe , cow Clenriga 154345 ; cow Virgin Gem 155423 , to W . F . Fay , Avenel , Md . ; H . N . Higginbotham , Joliet , 111 ., bull Koster 54619 , to J . Wilson , New Lenox , III . UTILIZING DAIRY WASTE . By Geo . E . Newell . Dairymen who have an eye to all the profit in their business that is obtainable , seek to utilize the sweet skimmed milk , sour milk , buttermilk or whey , that results after the various modes of lacteal manufacture . To utilize it with profit does not mean that it is to be treated as unclean swill...

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 February 1901

BILTMORE FARMS BILTMORE , N . C Hav . on hand a few selected Bull Calves , on which , during this month , they will ¦ he a special price in order to close out before it is too late to ship to their Southern customers . These are by TREVARTH , GOLDEN LOVE , GENERAL MARIGOLD , GOLDEN LADS SUCCESSOR , And out of good dams . Apply to BILTMORE FARMS , Biltmore , N . C . $ 10 JM & STEEL PLOW . ^ 4 t \ Shipped on fi days trial , without any money ^\_ t | nntiTfound satisfactory . Take the Plow Into ^ iii- iL yoar field give lit a trial if found satis-. ^ gT 1 Tp ?^ -- ^ factory aad the biggest bargain yon ^¦ Kv Vj ^^^ a w ever s » WMnd equal to plows that retail Tjig * F ^^^ - _ -ti for | 14 . 00 . 8 endWO . » O , • flflHItt ^^ p U BOt » tf a £ actory return to d > . ^^ SiPW \_ « B and we w 1 p * y aw ^^ tmmmmmamW GUABANTEEolfo sCQUR inanyaoW . Mold board , landelde and share made otaottceater steel , surface isaahardand smooth aaglsjsjbeamrtflteel . Wood 1 &...

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