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» a »»» a « a »« a » a » aa »««««» aaaa . j The Girl on the Farmj [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 April 1903
» a »»» a « a »« a » a » aa »««««» aaaa . j The Girl on the Farmj SHIRT WAISTS FOREVER . The contemplated banishment of the shirt waist is not to be taken seriously , for dressmakers cannot wither or fashion stale the charms of this garment . The panier , polonaise and princess may have their day , but the shirt waist Is for all times and all places . The reason for this permanency may be found ln the fact that the shirt waist exemplifies the law of the survival of the fittest ; it is a high step in the evolution of dress and the result of a natural process of selection . It came In with the new woman , with the advanced feminine ideals and the emancipation of the sex and is no more to be Ignored than the mental and moral qualities it symbolizes . It might also be said that It Is the one feminine garment that has excited masculine envy . Men have pitied women in their bondage to skirts , but the coatless coolness of the shirt waist has goaded them on to an emulation that has resulte...
TO CALIFORNIA NORTHWES THE WABASH . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 April 1903
TO CALIFORNIA NORTHWES THE WABASH . Commencing February 15 th t ( 30 th , Inclusive , the Wabash y one way Colonist tickets W points in Oregon , Washington , / ing , Montana , Utah and (_¦&gt; Below find rates to a few of i ( clpal points . From SpringfieldL Los Angeles , Cal ... % t San Diego , Cal • • • • * 3 San Francisco , Cal . f &amp; Portland , Ore rl Seattle , Wash . . . if Tacoma , Wash , ffl Spokane , Wash . K Helena , Mont ............ § i Butte , Mont ...... li Ogden , Utah i Salt Lake City , Utah S For rates to other points , tS , service , call on or address m R . C . Fleming , Passenger anj . 1 Agent , Springfield , 111 . £ 1
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 April 1903
and know whatyou are plantinc . Crated as in the cut is the way W &gt; W TBaTWTfaT * comes . Shelled and Bi 1 I f * l l \ L ^ sacked if desired . 1 BV iTl « V fc _ t It s their Pedigree a \ w * 1 Aa * . « Com . bred UP like animals to strong prepotency on their own 7 , 000 acre corn fields . ( Part of the 25 , 000 acre Seed Farm . See map in catalog . ) Funks breeding plan results in most feeding value in the corn and most corn on the ear . Seeing is believing . All the valuable varieties . Our other superior seeds arc Oats , Sorghum , Rape , Alfalfa , Soy Beans , Cow Peas , Clover , etc Write for late catalog which develops the whole m scheme of breeding , curing , selection , etc Hailed free . FUNK BROS . SEED CO , Bloominjton , III . BUY / ggv ^^^ Uj / wfJz ^ ^^^ A &gt;^ y c THE CELEBRATED RESORTS OF THE SOUHWEST Hot Springs , ArJc ., Bl Paso , Galveston , And other resorts of the Gulf of Mexico and California , are best reached by the MISSOURI PACIFIC RY . &a...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 April 1903
_____ _¦ am aam aBLY . ¦ * - * - ** 5 F ^ GIVES THE S FA YOUTHFUL APPEAR / Removes Pimples ^ Free ! • all Discolorations &amp; Blemlj fc-w- .. :- ¦ - ¦ :- ¦ W--- I MAKE &amp; APERFGCT COMPLY Unquestionably the best , safest t yS * Ps . est preparation lor purifying ^ / GkJi \ fyfngand preserving the » . . / Sktm \ ion , giving it the healthful . ; I MYWM \ yorrth , and making it clear ; IC ?&amp; f 4 \ 1 perfect , and removing &lt;;¦_ tFiaf * - ? I freckles , moth , brownspor * j i \ % A \ iT I blackheads , sallowness , » j VN _ Sk __ fe w / eases and all skin discolo ^ l WZSgyMme . A . HUPPERTS WORLD Mj TKSSEJB FACE BLEACH .- A Free trial JP ^ S 85 &gt; be sent to any lady who wil ? U advertisement and forward with it her I j address;—or a large bottle , —enough in rrtj to thoroughly clear the complexion , —wif « for 82 . Also a iarof my superb Egyptian ( be sent free with each 92 bottle i ] you wiIM this advertisement with your order . , / S...
pome Waking [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 April 1903
pome Waking ¦ RFULNESS IN THE HOME , wan should be cheerful at home , K . without saying that a woman Gibe . Whatever her cares or IBs , the wife and mother must jm part of her religion to live HBhem . What is most prized in ¦ Id economy is not a temperaBfhich is gay by fits and starts , ray and down tomorrow , full of ft on occasions , and heavy as Pother times , but an even serenjrbul which makes people at ease &amp; py under the roof . A home in gone treads always on thin Ice can Intolerable . A cheerful disposiBI influence its possessor to pie best of existing circumi , forget the discomforts of yesand anticipate delightful things frow . To live largely in the | t , doing one s best and trusting I to maintain an almost un9 cheeriness of demeanor and of la letincUo ^ may always be made Jn high spirits , the sanguine opKwhich makes people gay to efpence , and the equanimity which [ pod outfit for the common road . losing a life partner , either a man Soman does wisely who ...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 April 1903
I ^ W ^ a EZ y ^ , ^ . I ii . Zi ^ rot-. - arorfflr ^ Ji ^^ r-.- ____ . HWiUf ^ mr 1 W^ CjM ^ ivAM ^^ JLt ^^^ i MM ^ H TTW ij Fy ^*^*^*^*™^*** — hf w awn Sa i ^ Val * II _ HI I jM li IIt P- . fs ^* C^ S^ sSSffl 1 I * B ftftp jjj ^ ViBav ^ * • £ * - ^ ^ * SliiSi VEJA y lK ^^ j ^^^ Sw * S FtSSft * * ** -L ^ , !^ £££ ^ EI ^ p ! f ii ykscZ 5-1 - . ^ EiCTl ip ^ - ^ ESEnsrt rl !? v \ vr sf ^^™ sr ^ nt IT ¦ IhWr . Hs M3 I^ Jj | ¦ fa ^ tiBasMJW- ! 3 m | - WBIinriiiJ * * J * W : - » ffi * ¦ k ^ - B ^» 5 J ( r -J * Wing Piano—Style 23—Concert Grand Upright Kb oilier piano made equals this in style and design of ease . 23 uther styles to select from . aBBBaEBSMaaaBB __ assaoa « BBBBBSBBB _ SB __ aBBaBBas ______ aaaBBBBBBja _ Ba _ s _ Ba _ asaaaa _ B _ SB ^ THE WING PIANO CAVR PJDrtlW &lt; I 75 Tft ^ . fM \ Tho usual-way to buy a piano is from a retail SAVE TKUm J &gt;/ 0 IU $£ . VV dealer or agent We do not employ agents to sell the WINO PIANO . It ia sold direct from our faoto...
que— »»»«»»»»»¦»¦ m m » . » P »» * farmers 'Colleges HHatOttf s *» l > sl »» tl a * a * a _ H » M «>^ s *» f »<¦»* [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 April 1903
que— »»»«»»»»»¦»¦ m m » . » P »» * farmers Colleges HHatOttf s *» l &gt; sl »» tl a * a * a _ H » M «&gt;^ s *» f »&lt;¦»* WHAT OTHERS ARE DOING . The Year Book of 1900 informs us that France , a little nation about as large as four Mississippi Valley States , maintains the following institutions devoted to agriculture : 1 . Seventy-seven experiment stations of all kinds . 2 . One . Agronomic Institute with sixty-five instructors , many of whom are the leading- authorities of France . 3 . Nine National Schools of Agriculture with from seven to fifteen teachers each . • 1 . Forty-three Practical Schools , ¦ with an average of about eight teachers each . ii . Fourteen Farm Schools of the apprentice class . . Besides this , agriculture is taught in 3 , 500 primary schools and in all the normal schools . Is there any danger that we are iikely to do too much by way of developing our agriculture or enabling our people to successfully compete with the French in the ...
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 April 1903
The Great Headache Cm QUICPC SAFB SUHB IDR . MILESANTI-PAIN PILE CURB A . LL , KINDS OJP PA . INS A . ND ACIIBS . § TESTIMiOlSrrA . lL . S . Frequently , belni . troubled with hondnohe , I tako Dr . Miles * Pain Pills never faiUo oure heo . dn . che I curry tho Pain Pills with me alwaj j . .... , ., __• . ii ., _ , „¦» ln any form , and I have given them to little children them a nover-failing enre for headaoh I o Pmn Pill nnd got immediate relief in every cose . - ___ , t h Jhe b e _ . t nBa ] ls and „_ t , i _ 0 ut any ill effects after- p . uns . —J . It . MILLEB , Thompsonvllle , 111 ] A . J .. WlLSOS , Cashier Merchants Exchange Bank , word . When my daughter was conflnod they greatly « . j ,. or yoor 3 T suffered from perlodloal hen 3 Kimrtn . HI . j Ulovi . st «« l lioir aaBeriug . In fact wo consider them o , h |_ v 8 ] oat their teIIOm fo _ m &lt; J si z t i m „ „ . M T &gt; ,.. „ Pill , in m . familv with the best S 1 leB t 3 . der toJ ? S y ^ ° * V ** - **...
Tbe Publisher [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 April 1903
Tbe Publisher ADVERTISING RATES THE FARM HOME SKenty cents per agate line , or $ 2 . 80 iHmch per insertion . Small advertisenBs of five lines or less , one dollar per HBftion . Hp time or space discount from these M given on contracts tiled after Janu- ¦ 5 , 1903 . ¦ rcate measurement , an average of 8 Bra s to the line , 14 lines to the inch . With of column 2 % inches ; length of Wron 180 lines . ¦ jSbpy and cuts must reach the office # ; first day of month of issue , changes ffdays in advance . All bills payable monthly as rendered , * New York or Chicago Exchange . agl space contracted for must be used ( Kin one year from date of contract . WSsitions may be contracted for subgt to earlier contracts with other adITtisers , provided such positions do not fiflict with the publishers idea of the Bieral make-up of the advertising pages , ( advertisers are invited to Investigate Id test The Farm Homes circulation by Spry known proof , and to send their repHentatives for a personal in...
THH MAN WITHOUT A "PULL . " [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 April 1903
THH MAN WITHOUT A PULL . ( Continued from Page 4 . ) finances , and second , It was the president s firm belief that the far-reaching plans he had devised for modernizing governmental methods of transacting business would be worked out in the treasury department in a masterly way by the man who had had a significant part in building up a western commonwealth . It was not long after Mr . Shaw had accepted the treasury portfolio that he realized that he had assumed the management of one of the biggest institutions of the world , and that he needed as private secretary a man capable of grasping the enormous details of the department Nor was It long before Mr . Shaw discovered opportunities for great reforms in the treasury . I want , said he , as my secretary that young newspaper man who used to interview me in Iowa . He has the most up-to-date and progressive nature of any young fellow of my acquaintance . A telegram was accordingly sent to Mr . Armstrong . He resigned his position in...
JERSEY DAIRY TEST [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 April 1903
JERSEY DAIRY TEST The American Jersey Cattle Club has secured the use of the farm of Hon . A . O . Auten , Jerseyville , 111 ., with its flna dairy barn and other conveniences , as a temporary home for the 40 Jersey cows soon to be assembled for test preparatory for the World s Fair Test at St , Louis In 1904 . The most noted-Jersey-eows in tho United States have or will be selected for the Word s Fair Test and they will receive the most skillful care until tho great test of the several breeds commences in St . Louis in May , 1904 . The American Jersey Cattle Club is sparing no expense or care in the selection of the cows for the test . Mr . C . T . Graves of Maitland , Mo , has been appointed Superintendent of this famous herd of Jersey cows and will be ably assisted by the best obtainable talent . The cows will not only be thoroughly acclimated but will be tested so thoroughly that mere will be no doubt as to their capacity for sustaining the prestige of the breed . It Is expected...
FREE TRIP TO WORLD'S FAIR . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 April 1903
FREE TRIP TO WORLDS FAIR . New or old club agents of The Farm Home will be furnished free transportation to St Louis and return home for their trip to the World s Fair in 1904 on conditions that will be sent on application to this office . Subscription agents desiring to avail themselves of this offer for free transportation ( rail or boat ) to St . Louis World s Fair are requested to so advise this office . Applications for free ride to and from St . Louis should be accompanied with the usual rail or boat rate to and from the respective starting points to St Louis . Every boy or girl who desires to attend the World s Fair at St Louis In 1904 at no expense for the ride , should apply without delay to The Farm Home , Springfield , 111 .
BREEDERS' GAZETTE . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 April 1903
BREEDERS GAZETTE . Send The Farm Home , Springfield , HI ., one dollar and twenty-five cents and both papers will be sent you for one year , viz .: Breeders Gazette and The Farm Home . Every farmer should receive and give his family the benefit « C re-din the two papers named .
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 April 1903
The CORN Belt ILLINOIS KND KDJOININC STKT 6 S. IS BEST BEACHED BY ADVERTISING IN THE FARM HOME Springfield , Illinois . ADVBRTISBRS Can reaoh the best class of Farmers of Illinois and adjoining States effectively , with less expense , and obtain the most satisfactory results , by the use of THE FKRM HOME Springfield Illinois Guaranteed Circulation of not less than Thirty Thousand . It covers the best Territory . Brings sure and steady returns to all who have something good to offer . OF , . , j .. » . Thfl White House Cook Book ^ -ga By HUGO ZIBMANN _____________ j ? T ~? jj ^? Steward ol the White House mfS ^^ Sl ^^^^^^^^ v ^ l MRS - F - ^ GILLETTE 9 B9 ^^^^^ COOKING , TOILET AND HOUSEHOLD WB ^ K^^^^PRECIPES &gt; ™ s &gt; DIMER ^^^^^ Rr ^^ y Table Etiquette , Care of the Sick , Health ^ ^ ^ J ^ ^ --- S 4 \ - * Suggestions , Facts Worth Knowah \ y ^®| r r , ^*^^^^*^ S , Jp * RTTinTPTilS ! C ^_^__ 8 _ «^ ^^• SI W ^ e i Sfe ^ - , ¦ - fl RECIPES ^^| s S * A _»?! T 4 f ^...