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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 April 1903
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Jttw Cattle [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 April 1903
Jttw Cattle SPECIAL PURPOSE BUTTKH L COW . fe Comstock wrltesr thirty years ago the- greatest share oat [ beef output of this country wa » red os the government lands of the west—the public ranges . The stock St was * of a lank , mongrel type , mm . as Texas cattle . They were acp and hardy and were driven and I after the manner of the annual nation of the wild buffalo , whose Etures they had usurped . They were \ Ideal beef animals , but they were nerous , prolific , hardy and could tie for their sustenance . Neverthe- ! , though thetr proportion of choice stt to cheaper parts put them to a advantage when they reached the Meet , their owners clung to them te tenaciously for their prior advances and looked askance at efforts to prove their types by crosses of the proved pure beef breeds . The fear S that , Jn improving them for the Chers block , they would . impair i lif le adaptation to the climate and to ] flong drive over the ranges—the way then available for reaching remote ship...
»« a » s » s _ sa _ a «_»»»»« a . » a ^ a » s »» Ms »« ' »«» a »»»» . Poultry i [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 April 1903
»« a » s » s _ sa _ a «_»»»»« a . » a ^ a » s »» Ms _»_»« »«» a »»»» . Poultry i sa « sas _&gt;« _»« as «_&gt;» a _ _»^_ i _ &lt; tasa »» a i ¦¦¦¦¦¦! ¦ » ¦ When a fowl . frequently picks itself it is lousy . Feeding wheat exclusively is apt to induce diarrhoea . Hatch as many chickens as possible as early as possible . A little bran or oil meal mixed with skim milk makes a good poultry food . Keep the fowls healthy by supplying all that their nature demands . Hens now must have an abundance of egg shell making material . Make the nests large—about two feet Bquare— and open at the sides . A hen should not be entrusted with eggs until she has left her nest once or twice and returned to it . The sitting hens should have a place to themselves where they will not be interrupted by other fowls . In breeding Plymouth Rocks it is sometimes difficult to get pullets light enough in color without getting the cockerels too light . Young chickens should not under any cond...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 April 1903
EARLY SURPRISE GOLDEN DEHT CORH . The earliest corn in existence . Rip-ens up sound in 90 days from plant-, ing . It is a pure and distinct variety ; has a deep grain and small cob , and yields from 90 to 100 Bushels per acre ; , has taken first prize at some of thej leading fairs of Ohio , Indiana ana Michigan . I will send a trial package of seed by mall for 10 cts in stamps , by express or freight , $ 1 . 25 per bu . \ Address , t . E . Caswell , Lorain , O . . 1 AFew Acr # sl will surprise yoa in returns yiel &lt; W _» ffi . HK all stock when sown to TOME Dwarf W3 __¦ % _ -.- * Wm &amp; v vv &lt; WA M IgMr g _^ a ^ m £ eT Essex I\ € XpfF tLe great American for ate crop . Sheep . b | fit 1 and cattle relish and thrive upon it . GrtKLri abundance ot broad succulent leaves . eas-HPl and o . uickl &gt; grown . Brings big / returnsfrtflrol out-of-the-way places . Our seed is rncombiy ^ j w bio . direct importation __** S £ B « 5 « 5 *&amp; . / ...
Bto ««> a >«> » s ) S . ¦»¦ « a « «»¦»«»¦¦ a » 4 » «* «»«» ¦ the Boy on the Farm [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 April 1903
Bto ««&gt; a &gt;«&gt; » s ) S . ¦»¦ « a « «»¦»«»¦¦ a » 4 » «* «»«» ¦ the Boy on the Farm ¦ f ESSENTIAIaS OP STJCCBS &amp; » By Percy W . Shepard . IjAll are seeking success . Perhaps , ffijjvever , there are a few persons in MB world who are not seeking it To Kin it will never come . Some one Hd success comes to him who waits . Jffie may broaden that statement by wing 1 that success comes to . him wlho , Rile waiting for It presses on with Bs work and uses every means to hastm . the time of success . It will not » me to one who idly waits , bnt comes ply to the one who , by his care and lork has rightly won it ypTour qualities that command success 1 any work are punctuality , accuracy , f &amp; adiness and dispatch . The breeder Jjeds to he punctual , be on time in all as work . Now the summer Is at hand . }} he was punctual all his coops , muses and yards were in readiness bejye summer arrived . If he was not Ijlnetual his coops , eta , were...
THE MAN WITHOUT A "PULL . " [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 April 1903
THE MAN WITHOUT A PULL . By Harold Bolce . Nine years ago Robert B . Armstrong who has been named to succeed General O . L . Spaulding as assistant secretary of the United States treasury , entered a newspaper office in Ames , la , to ask for a chance to work . We dont need any more help in this shop , was the proprietors response . But I need breakfast ; Til work hard all morning for it , said the youth . The editor had heard similar appeals and thought at first that the applicant was one of the nomadic improvldents that occasionally besieged the office . If that s all you want , said the editor , you can have breakfast but we havent any work for you . The young man flushed . I need something to eat , said he , but I cant accept it unless you let me work for it Here was a type the editor had not encountered . Let me see , he observed , arent you one of the students of the State college here ? How comes it that you are under the necessity of working for a meal ? Mr . Armstrong expla...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 April 1903
... The Famer -Prospers—Success In Agriculture means prosperity for all . When the farmer prospers an classes enjoy good times . In . order tfl prosper the fanner must keep posted 1 » all matters pertaining to his business and secure the full margin ot profit bfl is entitled to receive -on ate crops . He must keep pace with and adopt the most approved methods for cultivating anfl marketing his crops . The farmer caH » not succeed without a practical , pro ; gressive and up-to-date farm paper . I | is his best investment Such a Paper la THE FARM HOME Of Springfield . Illinois , which contana 20 or more pages of valuable Information of great interest ami practical value to every farmer and each member of his family . THE FAKH HOME continues to be the leading favorite with the stock feeder , the dairyman , the swine breeder , the sheep breed * er , the poultryman and the farmer in * terested in better home-making and thai education of the boys and girls . Read the Best Live Stock Paper...
THE BERKSHIRE . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 April 1903
THE BERKSHIRE . Mr . G . W . Berry , to an address , Bpeaks- as follows : I shall not depend upon tradition and obscure and unreliable evidence In the attempt to determine the origin of Berkshire swine . History describes the breed as well established In England 125 years ago , similar in size , form , color and markings to the best bred herds of the present time . Mr . A . B . Allen , that pioneer importer and breeder , who , so long ago as 1841 , visited England , perambulated Berks and contiguous shires at various times in every direction , in company with several intelligent breeders of that country , in an elaborate essay , writes : Several aged men on my first visit to England in 1841 , informed me that they had known there improved swine of the same type , as I found them then , from earliest childhood . But the most particular and apparently reliable account I was able to obtain was from Mr . Westgrove , of Pickney Green , Bysham , who told me that his father possessed them ...
Swine Husbandry * w 8 a ! [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 April 1903
Swine Husbandry * w 8 a ! A Practical Manual for the Breeding , Bearing and Management of Swine , Iitii Suggestions as to fits Prevention aal Treatment of their Diseases BY P . D COBUBNs . Secretary Kansas State Department of Agriculture . j Swine Husbandry is a work which , from the date of Its first publication , has haa no successful competition and has maintained , as it still maintains , Its place at ] home and abroad as a standard- authority upon the subject which it treats . £ _ fact , it is the only work devoted to what its author terms hogs and hog raising , as ) distinguished from pigs in the sense that they are regarded in the Atlantic coast ] states and Great Britain . The work was prepared strictly from an Americam standpoint and especially for those who live in the great corn and swine producing ! regions of the United States While Its author has all his life been identified with , the agricultural and live stock husbandry of the regions mentioned , his experjjlj enee ...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 April 1903
2 £ S2 ssfi $ 30 OUTFIT £ 22 $ 10 ANY ____? I 2 __^ f » re © S « mpfe « ari « iM « Bas » Jr © mei » it ^« ifcej aa ______ ta ____» __ a ____ l &amp;_ l _ 9 _____ k Tolntr &lt; rfn « ourcu 9 tomt » UorLni ^ wowiU matafar a- « aM . rttime , onl _ . ____^__ B __ HLHHBB _ ann _ hto ^ ta . Buit ma * i _ rtTiothrtoyooTmeoaniw , foroolT » lD ; and RffAft Mmm \ mWmmmam . l ™ WO * following Complete OatfltFIUX \ Actual $ 80 Taloe foi SammmM , ___ H __^_ 9 HsiisHsssssW ^ - .. asssB * 10 &gt; and 70 a dont par for it until ion recsivo the salt . ¦ nH _^_____ H _____^_________________ V | and tree outfit and find it ins . as represented . Sendoa AmWHS &amp; axka * m % Bm ^ B _^ Ha ^ T •¦ _ ¦ oor P . O . address and m send yoa __ p __ = l . E ! . E » sampJ »» . 1 a _ aWHI ! BaH ^^ B * sf of doth , tape- measure- and meaaoria * blanks . fo « sua _____ SHF BWBBWB ^ L _ ¦ of salt , hat , shoes , shirt , eta J ? BHB I _ fij |§ y _ BJ _ SS __ ffl _ HffiV . W 1 Gomiine ...
trkshire Sales [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 April 1903
trkshire Sales gWT &gt; MARCH SALES . ¦ fiBKsroand for Berkshires continIjiMmarg and the sales reported for WSjjIft 03 largely exceed that of any wJHuVfarch . i &amp; S &amp; Bke and growing increase in jajaBBi of sales of recorded BerkBlim . lnnrrr causes surprise , and | HHposted breeders are now asWtmat the remarkable prosperity gPSxfrkshire industry has come to ||| i || fps of recorded Berkshires will iSS ^ ied in the list of sales each ffl || i * pr non-advertisers at the fi | a | aj | . te of $ 2 . 80 per inch per inWBLmbr the space covered for said RflSfs no more effective advertise- | U [ an the list of sales published NgHissue of the Farm Home , which mm by more Berkshire breeders fflffi : published in all the other agWml papers combined . KBgales of recorded Berkshires | K the office of the American KEre- Association during the Ifffif March , 1903 , by the breeders IifiEin the several states , are ¦ m . 4 mM s tela r . 7 go _ 1 Ricut 4 I f 1 B .... ...
WHERE TO BUY BERKSHIRES . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 April 1903
WHERE TO BUY BERKSHIRES . Breeders and farmers desiring to purchase flrst-class Berkshires will serve their Interests by sending to the following well known gentlemen for catalogue and price list , viz .: ALABAMA . B . A . BISHOP Talladega SAM T . SMITH Troy ARKANSAS . W . J . BELL Beebe SAM P . MCOLLOCH Cane Hill CALIFORNIA . JOS . KELLY Ferndale S . B . WRIGHT Santa Rosa GEORGIA . BELMONT FARM ... Smyrna . W . P . JACKSON ...... Athens J . G . B . ERWIN , Erwin ILLINOIS . C . H . C . ANDERSON &amp; CO , Carllnvlllo F . D . CRANE Mt . Sterling W . II . DAWDY Greenville JAMES FRAKE Clifton W . H . KER Prairie du Rocher JAS . MPHERSON Rockford W . E . NEAL Bridgeport D . H . SHANK Parle HOMER WATERS Dawson INDIANA . CHARLES BARKER Thorntown J . F . ELLIOTT Vincennes WALTER GORDON Metamora GEO . W . JESSUP Rockvllle TRAVIS NEAL Brownsbur * NOAH WILSON Mexico ) IOWA &gt; - B . BREITBACH Cascade £ . H . DEHNER ....... Cascade W . D . McTAVISH Coggon KANSAS . MANWARING BR...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 April 1903
^ EVERGREENS o ^ OflOBHft Bard ] r flortfl ^ onery grown , for wind- £ ^ RK ^ HP oi- &lt;)&amp; k . t , ornament and hedge .. Prepaid , *! jSUflataHHUI t »» | UPrllW-500 re * tllari . ain 3 to «; elecl MMHHQ from . Writ * at ones for tr » Catalogs jjmffl ^^^ BRLand Rugaf n Sheti . Local Agent * frniittd . • HWD , HilljSt Dundee . UI .
A WONDERFUL INVENTION . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 April 1903
A WONDERFUL INVENTION . It is interesting to note that fortunes are frequently made by the invention of articles of minor importance . Many of the most popular devices are those designed to benefit the people and meet popular conditions , and one of the most Interesting of these that has ever been * jr »„ -r _ ,. t- _ - / l to ?&gt;« . TWt T * rl _ t *» Crl ant ... / . Comb , patented Jan . 1 , 99 . These wonderful combspositively cure dandruff , hair falling out , sick and nervous headaches , and when used ln connection with Dr . Whites Electric Hair Brush are positively guaranteed to make straight hair curly in 25 days time . Thousands of these electric combs have been sold In the various cities o £ the Union , and the demand is constantly increasing . Our agents are rapidly becoming rich selling these combs . They positively sell on sight Send for sample . Mens size 35 c , ladies 50 c—half price while we are introducing them . See Want Column of this paper . The Dr . Whit...
COLIC IN HORSES . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 April 1903
COLIC IN HORSES . In order to quickly introduce our Lightning Colic Remedy , which gives positive and instant relief In most severe cases of colic , also tympanites ( bloat ) and founder , we make for a short time the followS SPECIAL OFFER : The regular price of our Colic Remedy is $ 1 . 00 per bottle , but send us the name of your druggist and one dollar and we will forward to you by express one bottle Colic Remedy , also one bottle Lightning Liniment , one of the best on the market for man or beast . Both for the price of one . Address INLAND CHEMICAL CO .. Dept B , Newton , la .
A BUSINESS OPENING . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 April 1903
A BUSINESS OPENING . The publishers of Success , the great home magabine of America , published in New York , write us that they desire to secure a local representative in this county to receive and solicit subscriptions . The compensation given by Success is said to be the largest offered by any first-class periodical , and If any of our readers are desirous of undertaking work of this character , we suggest that they communicate at once with the Success Company , , Washlngton Square , New York . The Scholarship Bureau of The Success Company will also gladly explain a plan by which boys and girls can secure an education . The Success Company itself purchasing Scholarships in return for a comparatively small amount of wort Ad dress , for full Information , The Success Scholarship Bureau , J * Warerijr Place , New York City .