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NEW JERSEY WRECKS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 May 1903
NEW JERSEY WRECKS . Corporations Under the Laws of that State Dissolved by Proclamation of the Governor . New Jersey having sown a large crop of wind inflated securities over a large part of the United States , not to say the world , is now beginning to reap the whirlwind . Governor Murphy ; has issued his annual proclamation in which he has forcibly dissolved many of the trusts and corporations organized unuder the laws of that state which have not paid their annual taxes . If the state is reaping the whirlwind , what are the investors in these wildcat securities reaping ? Nothing but experience and regrets over the loss of their money , in many eases hard earned money which the would-be get rich quick investors can illy afford to lose . No less than 927 of these creations with an aggregate capital of $ 239 , 000 ,- 000 are put out of existence by the proclamation , and with their dissolution perished the hopes of thousands of stockholders . Since the state of New Jersey set up in ...
INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 May 1903
INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION . An unexpectedly large and widely representative gathering of breeders and stockmen assembled at the call for the reorganization of the International Live Stock Exposition Association at Pedigree Record Building , Union Stock Yards , Chicago , April 27 . 1903 . Mr . A . H . Sanders , chairman of the reorganization committee , presided and Mr . Mortimer Levering was secretary . A committee consisting of W . E . Skinner , E . W . Bowen and C . H . Gardner , was appointed on the examination of proxies and the roll was arranged in accordance with their report . No occasion arose for the use of proxies , as all action was taken by a very gratifying unanimity of expression . Secretary Levering submitted the by-laws , which had been drafted by the reorganization committee . On motion of Col . John S . Cooper they were adopted unanimously after Mr . T . F . B . Sotham had voiced the opinion that never before had the work of such a committee been so thoroughly and...
PRESIDENT THEODORE ROOSE -VELT . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 May 1903
PRESIDENT THEODORE ROOSEVELT . ( Continued from Page 1 . ) dous difficulty of the problem with which our nation wa soriginally faced . When our forefathers joined to call into being this nation , they undertook a task for which there was but little encouraging precedent . The development of civilization from the earliest period seemed to show the truth of two propositions : In the first place , It had always proved exceedingly difficult to secure both freedom and strength in any government ; and , in the second place , it had always proved well-nigh impossible for a nation to expand without either breaking up or becoming a centralized tyranny . AVith the success of our effort to combine a strong and efficient national union , able to put down disorder at home and to maintain our honor and interest abroad , I have not now to deal . This success was signal and all-important , but it was by no means unprecedented in the same sense that our type of expansion was unprecedented . - The hi...
THE COLONIZATION OF , TEXAS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 May 1903
THE COLONIZATION OF , TEXAS . To-day the eyes . of the world a , re on Texas . Out of 175 , 000 , 000 acres of land only 17 , 000 , 000 are in cultivation . ! Tho state can take care of the popula-J tion of the entire west . It produces ! all of the known crops in abundance . Jj Lunds are cheap , climate delightful , !! people among the best in the world , and school facilities the best in the union . Fortunes are being made in rice cultivation in the coast country , and recent investigations Of the Agricultural Department demonstrate magnificent tobacco lands which rival those of Cuba . The Southern Pacific-Sunset Route penetrates tho best section of the state , completely traversing the rice and oil belts from end to end . Write for information and literature to K . F . B . Morse , Passenger Traffic Manager , Houston , Texas , or J . II . l Lalhrop , G . A ., St . -Louis , Mo . . . 1
ELEGANT DINING CARS . " [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 May 1903
ELEGANT DINING CARS . New Service Inaugurated on the Iron ! Mountain Route , 1 The Iron Mountain Route has in-ff augurated a new dining car service or . ijj its fast daily trains from St . Louis , ij | Memphis and tlie intermediate points *] to Texas . These cars have just beena turned out of the Pullman shops and ! are models of skillful workmanship . They are handsomely fitted up , thoroughly equipped with the latest appliances and lighted with electricity . They are also supplied with electric fans . . Meals are served a la carte froirn dainty Haviland china , Libby cu S glassware and elegant silverware . This is the only line running dining cars from St . Louis to points in Southern Missouri , Arkansas and Texas . II has a triple daily service between St Louis and Texas and a double dailj service between Memphis and Texas of Pullman sleeping cars with electric lights , fans and all up-to-date appiiances .
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 May 1903
EARLY SURPRISE GOLDEH BENT mm . The earliest corn in existence , Ripens up sound In 90 days from planting . It is a pure and distinct variety , has a deep grain and small cob , and yields from 00 to 100 Btishels per acre ; has taken first prize at some of the leading fairs of Ohio . Indiana and Michigan . T will send a trial package of seed by mail for 10 cts in stamps , by express or freight , $ 1 . 25 per bu . Address , L . E . Caswell , Lorain , O . FORDS SOUND SEEDS Are tested , true and reliable . Your garden will be a success if you plaut our seeds . Our catalog of seeds , bulbs , Seed Potatoes , plants , trees ,. &amp;• ¦ ., sent free . Write for it . ... . -,., — Ford Seed Co ., Dept . 49 , Raveaiii , Ohio . THBMASLOVnSSLF-OPBMSGGATE ; r Requires no wire pulling , na rope businea * , but drive against the trip and it . docs the rest . - ¦ \ MA . IV 1 . 0 VE HATE CO ., MILTON , Wayne Co ., Ind , j . M TRY OUR HEAVY WEIGHT FEKGI • BS 2 BHSSS 89 Made or heavily ( tulvan...
WITH ABOVE ALL THINGS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 May 1903
WITH ABOVE ALL THINGS . j ! person who goes against his interest by the rigidness of his jton to truth sometimes finds that fa served his interest in that very f An English paper tells this ploy once applied at a store for % I dont like lazy boys here , said manager . Are you fond of b , B sir , responded the boy , lookie other straight In the face . you re not , are you ? Well , -we | a boy that is . fere aint any , said the boy , deRyes , there are . ¥ e have had naif a dozen of that kind here ( Horning to take the place we w Kw do you know they are ? asked far told me so . Bfould L but I m not a liar . Elbe lad said it with such an air ¦ fencing energy that he was enHR once .
HOW TO GET RID OF DRUDGERY . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 May 1903
HOW TO GET RID OF DRUDGERY . Three things Ruskin considered necessary to that happiness in work which is the right as well as the privilege of every human being : They ( men and women ) must be fit for it ; they must not do too much of it , and they must have a sense of success in it—not a doubtful sense , such as needs some testimony of other people for its confirmation , but a sure sense , or , rather , knowledge , that so much work has been done well , and fruitfully done , whatever the world may say . or think about it . No man is original , prolific or strong unless his heart gives full consent to ¦ what he is doing , and he feels a glow of content and satisfaction in every days well-done work . ¦ If you are in love with your work , and dead in earnest in your efforts to do it as well as it can be done ; if you are so enthusiastic about it that you fairly begrudge the time taken from it for your meals and recreation you will never be bored by it ; the drudgery which others feel...
CALIFORNIA WEALTH . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 May 1903
CALIFORNIA WEALTH . The reports made by the savings banks of San Francisco recently show deposits of $ 156 , 817 , 637 . This immense sum exceeds the record of all former years , and represents about $ 380 per capita . As this is more than three times the average savings bank deposit per capita for the whole United States , it is certainly a good showing , nor is it confined to San Francisco . The returns from the banks of the state , save national banks , show an aggregate increase or assets for the year at $ 55 , 376 ^ 34 . This exceeds the highest former record of gain by $ 24 ,- 371 , 497 , a very satisfactory state of affairs . California is not simplly a land for the tourist , but for the investor and the farmer . Perhaps no other farmers enjoy so large an income as California farmers . A rate per cent on the investments that would satisfy the eastern farmer is considered very meagre here . Fruit farming has always been profitable ; fortunes have been made in oranges and the y...
A TALK WITH BOYS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 May 1903
A TALK WITH BOYS . Continued from Page 11 , Col . 3 . ) pleasure of social life because he is not welcomed in it . We would do well to close our eyes to many of his shortcomings and use all the tact possible to make him feel himself one of us in every sense . The average boy from fifteen yeurs of age up to eighteen or twenty is either apt to feel himself not ready for the social circle , or else decidedly superior to it . This latter condition is hardest of all to endure , when the boy considers himself of more importance than any other member of the household and knows more v than his father is ever likely to learn . His dictatorial ways would seem funny if the scornful manner back of them did not wound and hurt with every sentence . The boy little realizes how these unkind remarks sink into our hearts , as we remember the years that we have tried our level best to do right by him , the many hours we have sacrificed for his comfort , the struggles to give him every opportunity poss...
A SPLENDID LAND OFFER [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 May 1903
A SPLENDID LAND OFFER The Western Surety and Adjustment Company , Wahpeton , North Dakota , has just completed the purchase of the east % 22- and the west % of the east % and west % 23-134-56 . 790 acres , there being ten acres of this description sold for a cheese factory which is in operation . On the above description 325 acres is fenced for pasture , 405 acres in cultivation , the most of it in crop . Of the 325 acres which is fenced for pasture , the major portion is a valley through which a creek , fed by living springs , runs . Either bank is covered with a magnificient growth of forest trees , from which can be taken sufficient fuel to supply this farm forever . Also furnish natural shade and shelter for the stock . Rising gently to a magnificient height , are sloping hills , thickly covered with a luxuriant growth of nutritious feed . This is without a doubt one of the grandest stock and grain farms in North America , Nothing in the history of the writers experience has eve...
AFINE FIRM CHEAP . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 May 1903
AFINE FIRM CHEAP . 200 acres , 100 in cultivation ; rich , productive land ; a fine 8-room dwelling ; large barn , 7 outhouses , 1 blacksmith shop , 1 well , 1 cistern , 3 living springs , stock ponds ; 3000 bearing apple trees and all kinds of other fruit ; 3 miles from town , in good neighborhood . This is a snap . Apple orchard alone worth price asked for entire farm . Price , only $ 5500 . For particulars write today to J . H . Quinn &amp; Co ., Agts ^ Lebanon , Mo .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 May 1903
HFARM HOME P ( Published Monthly ) pi .,. _^_^__^^^^^_»«_—^^„^—• aptlons Sbegin the first of any month . fims of subscriptions in the United m . Canada and Mexico , $ 1 . 00 a r , payable In advance . Foreign subiers must remit in advance , those in the Postal Union sending 12 cents tional each year for postage . mtttances tafiwld be sent by bank draft , post of4 » Por express money order payable to 8 $ p Farm Home Co . The name on lur paper s yellow label will show a &amp; ihe first of what month your subegjption has been paid . No other rejejjBf is given unless stamp is sent . mNvjo nf jVddrGss jafiSly send us both your old and new HSress a week previous to the date of pedesired change . Kjlntinuances . MHponsible subscribers will continue to fsewve this journal until the publishers M : notified by letter-to discontinue , Wen- all arrearages must be paid . If pi , do not wish the journal continued fiBf another year after your subscripKfn has expired , you should then notif...
A WORLD POWER . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 May 1903
\ A WORLD POWER . % D . Morse writes : aLmerica as a world power , has some a proverb among us , and little pre appreciate whatit means to be t ^ Barld power , we are beginning to HI in the honor , and as fast as Mtelligently can we are shoulder- ||| he responsibilities which come Ijlsfthe power behind the power , or HKps the power within the power , | Hfc energy and enterprise of adverap- which has secured for us || li ) road sense such universal recogpp throughout civilization and K-civilization as brings all races j « entiaily to our doors with all finer of tasks for us to undertake . here are several reasons why we fi had unsurpassed opportunities developing the advertising busiwr until it has become a world fer , and prominent among them is swondrous advancement made by ^ newspapers and magazines withfae past twenty years . Nowhere in ^ orld has newspaper publishing p such rapid strides and nowhere ejthe people so wondrously profit- | y these great sluceways of inforfon which h...
HEB SUCCESSFUL MAN . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 May 1903
HEB SUCCESSFUL MAN . ¦ | not utterly defeated by defeat , Wfefl from success . Hfiptds on bis own exertions aad Hitaja they reward hls conflHgourteous in manner and ap preciates the commercial value of cordiality . He is careful in details , knowing that they are the mortar which binds his operations . He . pushes for more business in busy seasons , and , if customers are scarce , still pursues . He is honest , not only from policy , but from principle ; he considers success , lacking self-approbation , as failure in disguise . He believes that strict integrity is the foundation to ail legitimate business success . He places no limit to his ambition , since the field is free to all and work is the price of progress . I find the great thing in this world is not so much where we stand as in what direction we are moving . — Holmes . When a person is down in the world an ounce of help is better than a pound of preaching . —Bulwer . The world generally gives its admiration , not to the m...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 May 1903
The farm which joins this is held at $ 25 . 00 and is not nearly as good . There is nothing in the neighborhood that can be bought any where near as cheap even as the $ 25 . 00 farm . This farm was bought by us at a forced sale and at great sacrifice , and will be sold by us if taken at once , at $ 20 . 00 per acre , half down , balance at 6 i £ per cent , time to suit purchaser . This farm will stand the closest investigation , and inside of three year » will easily be worth $ 59 . 00 an acre . If you have any money yourself , or near friends , you could do no better than to take or recommend this bargain .