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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 June 1903
THIS BEAUTIFUL DINNER SET Can be seoured by every farmer s wife or daughter RBSOLUTeLY JHZITHOUT COST . We offer it as a PREMIUM to every reader who sends us a olub of FIVE SUBSCRIBERS to The Farm Home . . Tt fi / .-oiffr- ., r 1 6 5-inch Pie Pla es 6 7-inch Dinner Plates 6 Cups and Saucer ., 6 4-Inoh Fruits 6 Individual Suiters ll U 0 I 1 S 1 SIS 01 - , , 7 . | n . Long Veg . Dish 1 7-inch Mound Nappy 1 10-inch Plaltar 1 Sugar I Creamer Beautiful semi-porcelain , decalcomania decoration in sold and natural colors . Exact reproduction ol a celebrated Havlland Limoges pattern , full gold tracing . A really beautitul set , the retail price of which is $ 7 . 00 per set . Send us FIVE ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS and J 5 . 00 to pay for them and the above described set of di 9 hes will be expressed to your add .-ess at once carefully pacekd , free of charge for the dishes . THE pARn nQnB Sprinjfie ! d , HI . - PIMPLES , FRECKLES , Etc ., Quickly Removed And the Skin Made Beautiful . F * C 8 Ble...
1 Poultry , J [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 June 1903
1 Poultry , J POULTRY NOTES . An elevated site is best for the poultry house . Arrange to have the poultry house well ventilated . Chickens should not be allowed to go on the roosts until ten weeks old . Select , the pullets intended to be kept as soon as they are well developed . A good laying hen will frequently lay her weight in eggs in six weeks . So far as is possible young chickens should not be kept and fed with old ones . While a dust bath is a necessity , care should be taken to have it fresh . Tobacco stems . covered with straw is an excellent preventive of insect breeding , especially when the hens are setting . Wheat is one of the best grains to feed during the summer and especially so to the laying hens . If a hen lays soft shelled eggs give her plenty of gravel , oyster shells and crushed bones . So far as possible give chickens a free range , as it Will develop a strong , healthy constitution . In selections for breeding it is wise to choose pullets from a selected fl...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 June 1903
... Tbe Farm Prop ™ Success in Agriculture means prosperity for all . When the farmer prospers all classes enjoy good times . In order to * prosper the farmer must keep posted in all matters pertaining to his business and secure the full margin of profit ha is entitled to receive an nis crops . He must keep pace with and adopt the most approved methods for cultivating ana marketing his crops . The farmer cannot succeed without a practical , progressive and up-to-date farm paper . It is his best investment . Such a Paper is THE FARM HOME Of Springfield , Illinois , which contans 20 or more pages of valuable information of great interest and practical value to every farmer and each member of his family . THE FARM HOME continues to be the leading favorite with the stock feeder , the dairyman , the swine breeder , the sheep breeder , the poultryman ana the farmer interested in better home-making and tha education of the boys and girls . Read the Best Live Stock Paper . The Breeders Gaze...
(The Boy on the Farm j [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 June 1903
(The Boy on the Farm j THE BOYS OF THB PRESENT . The boys of to-day will be the men of the future . If we can tell how those of the present compare with the boys of the past , we will be able to form a well-founded idea of the value of the men of the next generation . A thoughtful word on the subject of the value of the boys of the present is contributed by the Carroll ( Iowa ) Herald . The Herald believes that the boyhood of to-day promises better for the future manhood than at any time in the history of the country . It recognizes the fact that the world requires more of men of every succeeding generation , and says that boys as they have become men have been equal to the added requirements . The Herald adds : Man is a differentiated animal now and the general purpose creature has ceased to meet modern demands . All over this country boys are being prepared for duties that the grandfathers of to-day would be unfitted for . The young man of to-day is able to take up the work almost...
$ 10 , 000 . 00 MADE FROM $ 1040 . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 June 1903
$ 10 , 000 . 00 MADE FROM $ 1040 . Ten dollars invested in eggs , with profits , ( bought in summer and sold in winter ) , will , in ten years , make yon worth from $ 10 , 000 . 00 to $ 15 , 000 . 00 . Figure this out for yourself to be sui » my statement ls corect . The profit will average 150 per cent . I know of a lady who made over $ 15 , * 000 . 00 by reinvesting $ 10 . 00 in eggs for ten years . Any one with a small amount of energy can do as well . More money , invested will bring quicker returns . Our method does not preserve or pickle them , but keeps them as fresh as when laid . It is very cheap , costing about onefourth of a cent per dozen . Any boy or girl can do the work . „ , I will sell this receipt for $ 10 . 00 . It ia worth $ 1 , 000 . 00 if properly used . Or if you are afraid , will furnish said receipt free with tbe understanding that the party receiving it invests $ 10 . 00 in eggs for a period of ten years and allow me one-half of the profits , and all spoiled...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 June 1903
ANGORA GOATS The most profitable of livestock . There is no safer investment . The greatest of brush and weed exterminators . Investigate the subject . Get data from the U . S . Agricultural Department . Write to me for information you desire . I can furnish the goats for breeding purposes , or in flocks of any number desired . Satisfaction guaranteed . C . I . POWEBS , Jr Powers , Bandera Co ., Tex RgPERKNCES : R . G . Dun &amp; Co ., San Antonio , Tex . Lockwood National Bank , San Antonio , Texas . . . Farmers Sons Wanted ^ oT-sS stock and fair education to work in an office ; $ 60 a month with advancement ; steady employment ; must be honest and reliable . Branch offices of the association are being established in each state . Apply at once , giving full particulars . The Veterinary Science Association , London * Canada . gAMES 5 SMOg ? PW ? 55 ntAIljW &gt; Vy j PERFECT PASSENGER SERVICE BBTWBBN KJ-aHBnHBlBHflKMB luRflins itLiviN Hrlivica BBTWBBN ClttOAGO AWI &am...
j Berkshire Gossip [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 June 1903
j Berkshire Gossip BERKSHIRES AT THE ROYAL . The prospects for the Berkshire exhibit at the American Royal Show at Kansas City next October are very encouraging . The show of Berkshires held in connection with the Royal in 1902 has never been surpassed in quality and the preparations that are being made for the 1903 show by the leading breeders of Berkshires give assurance of a splendid show next fall . The public sale of Berkshires to be held in connection with the American Royal next October is already an assured success . The well known character of the contributors to the American Royal Bale of Berkshires is such as to leave no doubt as to the superior quality of the consignments . In addition to the names of the contributors to the above sale we take pleasure in adding that of Kr . Loarn Hayes , of Billings , Mo . WISCONSIN STATE FAIR SALE . Hon . A . A . Arnold , Galesville , Wis ., the well known breeder of Berkshire hogs , and for many years the vice president for his state ...
WHERE TO BTJTf BERKSHIRES . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 June 1903
WHERE TO BTJTf BERKSHIRES . Breeder * and farmers desiring to V ****** Chase first-class Berkshires will serve their Interests by sending to the ft ** towing : well known gentlemen tor cata * Vogue 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 Ferndals S . B . WRIGHT Santa Rosa GEORGIA . BELMONT FARM Smyrna W . P . JACKSON Athens J . O . B . ERWIN Erwln ILLINOIS . C . H . C . ANDERSON &amp; CO ., Carlinvllle F . D . CRANE Mt . Sterling W . H . DAWDY Greenville JAMES FRAKE Clifton W . H . KER Prairie du Rocber JAS . MPHERSON Rockford W . E . NEAL Bridgeport D . H . SHANK Paris HOMER WATERS Dawson INDIANA . CHARLES BARKER Thorntown J . F . ELLIOTT Vincennes WALTER GORDON Metainora GEO . W . JESSUP Rockville TRAVIS NEAL Brownsburg NOAH WILSON Mexico IOWA . B . BREITBACH ; Cascade J . H . DEHNER Cascade W . D . McTAVISH Coggott KANSAS . MANWARING BROS Lawrence...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 June 1903
NO MORE BLIND HORSE 9 . —For Specific Ophthalmia . Moon Blindness and other Sore Eyes , BARKY CO ., Iowa City , la ., have a sure cure . Send one dollar and twenty-five cents to The Farm Home , Springfield , 111 ., for annual subscription for the Farm Home and Breeders Gazette , both for $ 1 . 25 .
Cm *^ mmmmmsn * mmm ** mwmt * Swim [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 June 1903
Cm *^ mmmmmsn * mmm ** mwmt * Swim » • HOG NOTES : Keen young pigs growing rapidly . 1 ifiarly maturity is a desirable quality in a hog . The sanitary conditions of the pig s Quarters should be as good as possible . When skim milk is fed give it in Clean troughs . With pigs it ls quite an item to produce as much growth as possible during the first three months . A growing pig will thrive better if kept clean and given plenty of pure • water . . The health of hogs depends very largely upon their surroundings .. Too early breeding of the sows altways causes a weakness ln the pigs . Dampness and filth causes mange • Which stops the growth ef the animal . : It does not pay to hold hogs beyond the time of profitable growth and fattening . A pig that has been stunted in the early days of Its life should never have a place in the breeding herd . . A regular feed of grain with the grass will produce a steady growth , better weights and firmer meat . Good blood must be the starting point for...
* FABMEB-S WHO ADVERTISE . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 June 1903
* FABMEB-S WHO ADVERTISE . ( Continued from pa **» 1 . ) fined my lire stock operations almost wholly to horses and sheep ) , and I did not realize how . very scarce the finest butter was—and still Is—ln the market But seventy-five per cent is nevertheless a great advance in price . As I have intimated , the use of advertising does not need to be recommended to stock breeders , but a certain live stock transaction that I recall so aptly illustrates its general value that I think I may very properly relate it . I had a large flock of Southdown sheep to sell and I wished , if possible , to make a clean sweep of them and close out the whole flock at once . I therefore put an advertisement ln a journal that had a large circulation among stock men , calling attention to the pedigrees and individual merits of the sheep , and stating that if the whole flock was taken a low figure would be named . I do not think any of my Immediate neighbors ever saw this Journal , but through that bureau o...
KING ALFONSO 61311 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 June 1903
KING ALFONSO 61311 Mr . George W . Jessup , Rockville , Ind , writes : This great boar was secured at a long price from the noted herd of John F . Stover . I think he is a much better boar than his full brother , the famous champion . King Marvie 61279 . No two-year-old boar shown ln recent years has been his equal , and he is almost certain to be the champion winner of 1963 . He combines great size , the highest quality , and Mr . N . H . Gentrys famous line of bseedtng . He has one of those model heads so hard to get on a boar , a grand back and ham , an immense heart girth , showing a strong constitution , and with the best of legs and feet which no amount of weight will break down . He could easily carry 900 pounds and is now weighing about 700 pounds . He ls being used on the greater number of the yearling sows to be sold , and should make them very attractive to intending purchasers . He is by Young Baron Victor , Mr . Stover s great boar that sired his famous prize winners of...
GWAIAKOWE [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 June 1903
GWAIAKOWE Gwalakowe is an Indian word and means Corn is King . In America corn ls indeed tho king of cereals , the grain alone being valued at considerably more than $ 1 , 000 , 600 , 000 , which is more than double the value of the wheat and oat crops combined . In addition to the grain value of the crop , the stalks , when shredded , are worth as much as the ears , and hence the McCormick corn binder and the McCormick husker and shredder have enabled the corn grower to double the value of his crop . A beautifully Illustrated book entitled King of the Corn Field , will be mailed free to readers of The Farm Homo upon request . Write to the nearest McCormick agent BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE . Mr . M . C . Wade , Texarkana , Texas , has some very choice farm land for sale . You will find on another page of this paper his advertisement of 1 , 100 acre farm , nicely situated , about two and one half miles from Texarkana , a city of 18 , 000 population . Mr . Wade also has a 602-acre farm a...
CASH DIVIDENDS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 June 1903
CASH DIVIDENDS . The best stock ( live or speculative ) ln any market for paying large and regular cash dividends that can be depended upon with great confidence year after year , Is a good , well-bred Berkshire brood sow that will seldom fail , with proper care , to produce and rear annually two large litters of twenty or more strong , thrifty market toppers .
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 June 1903
FLYNN &amp; WATT , LaFsyett * and Battle around , Ind . We are now booking orders for SPRINd PIOS . Our Spring Brook herd U now headed by Oov . La * II . and Dak * Two of the best Berkshire breeders alive , Prioes low . FOR SALE Berkshires A choice lot of Spring Pigs sired br Baron Ice IX . 48275 and Highclere Star of Biltmore IL 66186 . You can serve yoar Interests best by writing at once tor FKICXS AMD PJSDiaBEBg . Clarenee F . Gilbert HARRISONV 1 LLE , MO . . FOR SALE Lord Beaconsfield 65899 * x Imported Boar . By Selected F . 63971 , out of Ezit A . F . ; she by First Catch F . 61510 , and out of the dam of Loyal Berks 51646 . Faithful Britain 67826 Nine months old , by Imp . Faithful Lord F . 58721 ; he by Riithful Commons 661 S 0 ; dam Imp . Ezit A . F . aa above . Spring pigs from my imported stock , having two crosses of Loyal Berks blood , $ 10 each . E . S . AKIN , Sclplo , N . Y . BERKSHIBES FOR SALE . CLOSING OUT HERD SLSSfSJ at low prices . Write to-day , for pr...
»« s »« nmt «< i «««» t < si »« ] The Girl on the Farm [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 June 1903
»« s »« nmt «&lt; i «««» t &lt; si »« ] The Girl on the Farm &gt; temt »« i &gt; ¦ &gt;&lt;» ss &lt;« ti iis SUMMER DRESSES . Mrs . Ellen J . Canady writes : The variety and beauty of materials for wash dresses were newer greater . Linens in shades of blue and pink with -white polka dots or stripes , lawns , batistes , ginghams , dimities and other goods ln almost every color and variey of design are seen , although striped effects are more popular than any other . They are as dainty aa it is possible to make them with frills , ruffles and lace . The summer ¦ wardrobe is not complete -without ribbon stocks and belts ; and Out young- lady who is * handsomely dressed finds these accessories very nse-ful . If one has a limited number at dresses , changing the ribbons makes lt look * like a sew costume : Taffeta ribbons to ¦ plain- colors- are usually preferred and any shade may be obtained , the pink varying from the dainty shell ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 June 1903
,, —n , SCOTCH COLLIE PUPS from trained dogs ^ -jnales , $ &amp;; , females , $ S * . In addition to Berkshires , Scotch Collies , and Poultry , we are now breeding ShortHorn Cattle , and will be able * to furnish - a * few bulls from cows choice in individuality and breeding , and at . the . milk pail second to none of their breed . . * Thirty ol our earliest and ; best sprfiig * -pifts win Iflfcoffered at our third annual sale . to be held : at Fairviaw Farm Sept 1 , 1903 .,. C . H . C . ANDERSON , A . CO ., Fairview Farm . Carlinville , HL