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Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 April 1903
. * 4 * * •!• * * 4 * * «!• •!• * * 4 4 *• # 4- + lM » 4 * + + . « SFIEE CRATOH PQBTBAITSi JThe Daily Drovers Telegram jp Spring and Summer Offering 4 , TO NEW AND OLD SUBSCRIBERS . ^ JTAN 3 AS CITY , Mo ., OFFICIAL MARKET RBRORT PAPER . ) &lt;§» . ^ Crayon Portrait of yourself or any member of your ^ family free , size 14 x 17 inches . jt j Crayon Portrait of your herd neader or prize win-, j __ &gt; , ner free , size 14 x 17 inches . 1 , * IP 1 4 * We have secured the services of several high-class Crayon ! &lt;§ s Portrait Artists of years of experience and proven ability Jj A to handle exclusively for us our Crayon Portrait m department . We are prepared to furnish a ? 25 , 000 Crayon Portraits jf By November 1 st , 1903 , and are willing to place one or moili &lt; jp in oach home in the Middle West . Each picture is f &lt;§» guaranteed genuine Crayon Work and every one who r * &lt;^ _ accepts our offer is assured of a perfect like...
TOXJR SUBSCRIPTION FREE . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 April 1903
TOXJR SUBSCRIPTION FREE . Send us one new yearly subscription , with one dollar , and we will send you The Farm Home free for one year . If you are already a subscriber , we will extend your subscription one year on return of this offer with one dollar . No dairyman can sleep well with his cows dependent upon a barb wire fence for protection against cold winds . Good farmers make good dairymen when they see the opportunities of the business .
Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 April 1903
Moore s Bog Remedy Removes Worms and Makes Flesh lore s Hog Remedy Prevents and Cures Disease BE ORIGINAL HOG DIP AND FEED PREPARED EXCLUSIVELY FOR HOGS lore s Hog Remedy Moore Chem , &amp; Mfg . Co . Kills Lice and Cures Mange . 1501 Genesee St ., Kansas City , Mo . . I. _ . lur New Magazine [tabbing Offers .... FOR THE SEASON OF 1902-3 . fB Ilka to tell onr customers at once about our new offers for the coming L so that they may send In their orders early and have their subscripttoiw id , and the various magazines coming to them regularly before November and iiber . when the rush of subscription orders overtaxes the clerical force or au hers . Our offers are , and will he . by far the best that can possibly be made in . They are absolutely unique . rol , for clubbing purposes , the popular periodicals named below : OUR MAGAZINE LIST . Foreign CLASS B . , Foreign Regular Postage Regular Postage Price . Extra . Price . E 1 ^ 3 ^ $ 1 . 00 $ 0 . 75 Review of Reviews $ 2 . 50 *...
Page 17 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 April 1903
WE PIT YOUNG PEOPLE EVERYWHERE TO TAKE OUR Correspondence Courses • rlNir Shorthand and Penmanship Catalogue and Sample Lessons Free on Application . Address CAPITOL BUSINESS COLLEGE S PRINGFIELD , ILL . I ——- To know all there is to knov ? about a Sarsaparilla , take Ayer s . Your doctor will say so , too . He knows . ^ . iriS .: sstsssssssssssssssssssa &lt; jsssssssssssssssssasssssa &gt; _ sssss &gt; sss __________ ssss TllSIX TONS PF _ R A CR F undable for haying but It isaully 1 IJ 1 A HV ^ lTlaJ rtZsK \ _»»»«^ I \____ r proved . J _ you have land that Is well jf \ High worthless on accountofextremely light , sandy soil , or you are in a semi-arid region , try ^ iSandLt-Terne , *^ I fcfir I notSBDdo otM tl . ey findlt . Itthriveswhcreotherffrasses W ^ S ^^ U «;^ V ^« r « ie 4 fr « jH * fall . Yields 3 a « d- good crops of hay per year . Iseagerly „„ 18 n Media * ofBAWD LDZERN « , fw «* M j ra eaten by all stock . Michigan ExperimentStationhasordered of cu...
Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 April 1903
I - ¦ ^ ^ I # | i |&lt; H &gt; PER SME MAY 30 , 1903 f | ^ am ] pt * f XT COOPERSBURG , PA . || A Pleased Buyer is the Best Advertisement I THE CATTLE SOLD AT OUR : • . B j Auction Sale i -May , 1902 I Have given universal satisfaction . My most san-jj . guine expectations have been more than realized , IM How could it be otherwise ? Individually they | fc were strictly first class . | f BEST OF ALL Blood will tell , they were bred onl fj ======== ; ==:: ^ both dam and sire s side , from ani-i mals that have made the Island cattle so famous . The 1 blood that wins at the churn and in the show ring . L ___ ¦• / isBBJ . . I &gt;| ow Catalogues ready April 20 th . Owing to great cost of publishing same , theijH j will only be sent on application . Address \ M T . S . COOPER , I -LINDEN GROVE- Cooper sburg , Pa ( f
PRESIDENT THEODORE ROOSE -VELT . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 May 1903
PRESIDENT THEODORE ROOSEVELT . In the formal dedication ot the greatest of world s fairs ; at St . Louis , April . 30 , . 1903 , the president ^ of the United States spolge as follows : We have met here to-day to commemorate the hundredth anniversary of the event which more than any other , after the foundation of the government and always excepting its preservation , determined the character of our national life — determined that we should be a great expanding nation instead of relatively a small and sta- ; ,. tionary one . ii , Of course , it was not with the LouSislana purchase that our career of ex- • pansion began . In the middle of the larevolutionary yar the Illinois region . KHncluding the present states of Illinois Hfand Indiana , was added to our domain Bpby force of arms , as a sequel to the P ^ adventurous expedition of George l ^ jEogers Clarke and his frontier riflegg men . Later the treaties of Jay and g &lt; Pinckney materially extended our real V boundaries ...
CARNEGIE'S GIFT TO TUSKEGEE . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 May 1903
CARNEGIES GIFT TO TUSKEGEE . Mr . Carnegie lias been exceedingly busy during the lust eight years with efforts of various kinds to dispose of his surplus revenue . Whatever views may bo entertained of some of his methods it will have to be conceded that no other man ln the world hn . s been so lavish in his generosity . Rockefeller , Morgan , Pearsons , Phipps , and Frick combined fail to reach his total of munificence . From 1895 to 1901 inclusive his gifts in this Cfwntry and abroad , as officially stated , amounted to $ 67 , 2 ; 2 , 923 . During last year and the first three months of this year he has increased this total to about $ 93 ,- 000 , 000 . Last years donations fell be- PRESIDENT THEODORE ROOSEVELT . low the average , but if the ratio of the first three months of this year is kept up his donations for 1903 will exceed those of 1901 , when they were $ 30 , 243 , 500 . Of Mr . Carnegie s donations since the 1 st of January last nearly onehalf has been given for public lib...
WHAT IS "RESTRAINT OF TRADE ?" [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 May 1903
WHAT IS RESTRAINT OF TRADE ? There are two ways out of the present false position in which the business of the country has been placed by the federal attempt to regulate it . One way is for the Supreme Court to retrace its steps and admit a fundamental mistake in the decision of the Trans-Missouri Freight Association case . The other way—and probably the wiser and better one—is for Congress to amend the laws and relieve them of the ambiguity that has enabled the courts to put upon them the present destructive interpretations . The whole matter turns upon the meaning of the phrase in restraint of trade . It was the common understanding of the country that this phrase as used in the Sherman Act meant an unreasonable or a harmful exercise of power ; and this view was taken by almost half the members of the Supreme Court , whose powerful dissenting opinion in the trans-Missouri case , prepared by Justice White , represented four judges as against five who have the interpre tation that t...
PREACHERS AGAINST SCALPERS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 May 1903
PREACHERS AGAINST SCALPERS . The Rev . W . A . Jarrel , in a sermon delivered at Dallas recently , scored the scalpers as follows : As one who has watched the railroad ticket scalper business many years , seen its corruption of the public conscience by the various tricks it leads travelers to resort to—such as lying , forgery , etc . ; the tricks of brokers , such as manipulating tickets , manufacturing , forgery , etc ., tickets , getting possession of passes in various scoundrel ways , and passing them off on the public for it to use them in an equally scoundrel way—as one who has witnessed or read of all this scoundrelism and corruption of public morals , let me urge that every state outlaw the business . I have no money in railroads , being but a gospel preacher . If the state will not outlaw it , let the railroads stop selling excursion and other reducedrate tickets . —Houston Post .
TKM PLOUGHMAN . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 May 1903
TKM PLOUGHMAN . By lCclwin Carlile Litsev . He draws a jagged wound across earth s tender breast , And drops to warm embrace the grains of corn . With salvo of sun and rain the wound is gently dressed . Then—miracle ot God—a crop is born . The Breeder s Gazette at two dollars a year is a great bargain . The Farm Home at one dollar a year is a great bargain . Send The Farm Home $ 1 . 25 for both papers for the next year .
NAVAL WEAR AND TEAR . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 May 1903
NAVAL WEAR AND TEAR . The wear and tear on battleships in times of peace seem to cost more than the victor s losses in time of war . The damage inflicted on the American navy by the Spanish guns is less than that which it has suffered from its own guns since the treaty of Paris . This la likely to dampen the growing enthusiasm for naval appropriations . In time of peace prepare for war becomes annoying when preparation * s more dangerous to life and Mprapwj ^ j ^ than warfare . , ;••— There have been bad accideA the Illinois , Iowa , and Maine wM / . &lt; short time , and the Maine recently ^ - - turned from its first cruise with its deck plates bent in by the recoil of the guns . Some one had blundered . Naval writers have considered the development of naval science a contest between armor and projectiles . They seem to have forgotten the element of structural strength . The United States cannot afford to drop behind in the development of a navy , but naval constructors mus...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 May 1903
SME 30 , AT COOPERSBURG « PA LINDEN GROVE HAS FOR THE PAST 25 YEARS PRODUCED THE IMPORTED AND HOME-BRED ^ liir-sbovr-rmg- record lias been a series of triumphs , and and his more than half-brother Forfarshire ( both having the demonstrates that its proprietor can successfully buy , couple same dam , and Golden Lad as common paternal ancestor ) , and perpetuate animals of the very highest merit . as well as many calves , nearly all sired by Prize-Winning From time to time , LINDEN GROVE Public Sales Btills . Their dains will be on hand to show their value and have scattered broadcast the very best Jerseys , individually their calves inheritance . and in ability , who have won many First Prizes and Cham- The offering is headed by the prize-winning bull Forfarpion Honors in the very best of company . shire , P .-2 D 14-H . C , CHAMPION WINNER ST . SAVIOUR The cattle sold in our former sales have received the very and GROUVILLE SHOW , 1901 , beating among others the highest commendation...
V THE WORLD'S FAIR IN BRIEF . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 May 1903
V THE WORLDS FAIR IN BRIEF . Congress , with the approval of the I » resident of the United States , has provided that the Worlds Fair at St . Louis , In celebration of the Centennial of the Louisiana Purchase , shall be held In 1904 . D . R . FRANCIS , President . Formal dedication of grounds and buildings , April 30 , 1903 ; Exposition to open one year later . Approximate cost of the Exposition , $ 40 , 000 , 000 . Amount raised by citizens - of St . Louis , $ 5 , 000 , 000 . Proceeds from St . Louis city bonds , $ 5 , 000 , 000 . Appropriated by United States Government , $ 5 , 010 , 000 . Appropriated by the State of Missouri , $ 1 , 000 , 000 . Appropriated for United States Government Building , $ 450 , 000 . Appropriated for United States Government Exhibits , $ 848 , 000 . J Appropriated for . the Philippine exhibit , $ 250 , 000 . - **** - „ » ; Leading governments of tlfe world to participate . - -All States and Territories in the United States to take part . Exhibits arra...
PUGET SOUND AND THE ORIENT [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 May 1903
PUGET SOUND AND THE ORIENT f The question here arises—What are ^ the t raffi c conditions which warrant : the construction of vessels of such \ prodigious capacity and calling for | such an enormous volume of freight itausiness ? Why should these vessels | be built for Puget Sound , which hereRbfore has held a subordinate position » a compared with the port of San P rancisco ? I- In the first place , Puget Sound is pie logical gateway ot the United States to the Pacific Orient , by reason of the fact of its geographical position . The short-cut from the United States to the Orient , as one will see when he consults his globe , is northerly by way of the Aleutian Islands . The average map presents the coasts of North America and of Asia as if they faced each other and were almost parellel , whereas the spherical contour of the globe in fact makes the Asiatic shore line almost a continuation or projection of the American shore line to the other side of the globe . Thus , the most dire...
PROSPERITY AIDS THE TREAS -URY . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 May 1903
PROSPERITY AIDS THE TREASURY . It is evident by this time that the earlier predictions regarding the surplus for the fiscal year which ends with June 30 , 1903 , will be under rather than over the mark . Already the excess of receipts over expenditures in the treasury is about $ 34 , 000 ,- 000 . Secretary Shaw last December estimated that the surplus for the fiscal year would be in the neighborhood of $ 50 , 000 , 000 , and although most of the newspapers . at that time thought these figures were an exaggeration , it seems safe now to say they will be realized . Internal revenue receipts , as well as customs , are touching figures which nobody expected five or six months ago would be reached . The internal revenue has been cut twice in the past two or three years , but the income from that source obstinately refuses to shrink to the expected point . A reduction of $ 70 , 000 , 000 was looked for in the present fiscal year as a result of the last cut in internal taxes , but the cut ...
PANAMA CANAL . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 May 1903
PANAMA CANAL . By President Roosevelt . Ever since the time when we definitely extended our boundaries westward to the Pacific and southward to the gulf , since the time when the old Spanish and Portuguese colonies to the south of us asserted their independence , our nation has insisted that because of its primacy in strength among the nations of the Western hemisphere it has certain duties and responsibilities which oblige it to take a leading part thereon . We hold that our interests in this hemisphere are greater than those of any European power possibly can be , and that our duty to ourselves and to the weaker republics who are our neighbors requires us to see that none of the great military powers from across the seas shall encroach upon the territory of the American republics or acquire control thereover . This policy , therefore , not only forbids us to acquiesce in such territorial acquisition , but also causes us to object to the acquirement of a control which would in its ...