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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 June 1903
Neuralgia Is a terrible affliction . H you are A chronic sufferer you- wfll be giad te learn * of Dr . Miles -Nervine , which will positively cure this and many other nervous disorders . For ftnme &gt;* . diate relief Dr . MilesV-Anti-Pain PHls Are -without question superior to any otlier remedy . They contain no opiates , are non-laxative ,, will not cause , a drug habit and aire sold on a guarantee . Send for free book on nervous diseases . Dr . Miles Medical Co ., Elkhart , Ind . Il l Cons € ryat § ry . 128 E . Second St .. ALTON , ILLINOI &amp; 13 th year , third term ,. Dec . 1 , 1903 . Plane Department , Voice Culture , sight singing . Violin . Art , Special Studies , Business Course , Guitar , Mandolin , ¦ Banjo . ¦ Well equipped with library- and apJiaratus . The conservatory ls an Alton nstitution . Sand for catalogue . R . C MILLS , Director . 10 c AYEAH IRfflBOillSIHS ztne ln the- world for 10 c a year . ( Special Offer . ) Stories of western life , sketch...
i »| im « t . tm « i « ie « iiimi Home IDaking MXBSsup m m m m m m m m m m m m ifcsB , iSiiS , sfc . ssissis > . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 June 1903
i »| im « t . tm « i « ie « iiimi Home IDaking MXBSsup m m m m m m m m m m m m ifcsB , iSiiS , sfc . ssissis &gt; . THE FARM WOMAN . By Mrs . Clarke Hardy . From the contents of hundreds of letters from farmers wives which have come to me within the past year , I am led to believe that but few publishers of agricultural papers realize what the household department of their favorite farm paper means to the average farm woman . The farm woman , as a rule , must of necessity keep rather closely at home , and she learns to depend upon her reading , even more than one would Imagine , for helpful hints and social diversion . She may find intellectual stimulus in the high-class magazines , but for the homely hints and practical suggestions which she needs to tide over the perplexities of every-day life , she looks to the household department of her farm paper . I have been told by many women that all other weekly mail , even the letters , are turned down until they take a peep at t...
Millions Made in Mining [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 June 1903
Millions Made in Mining A hundred dollars invested In mining often returns $ 5 , 000 . A thousand Invested frequently returns an independent fortune . Never in the history of the country has the opportunity for making money In mining been so ripe , so certain , as now . When we say that the United States—the whole world—is on the eve of the biggest mining boom ever known , we are more than sincere—we are certain . The greatest financiers of the world admit this and have backed up their Judgment by Investing millions in it . No other industry Is so profitable , so certain , as mining—when properly conducted . While Industrial institutions , savings banks and Building Associations fall , mining goes steadily on , earning handsome profits for all . . Strikes , panics , drouths , over-production—none Interfere with the value of a mine or the market value of gold . For profits it beats most any kind of business . Farming , did you say ? Who ever heard of a farmer making a million out of ...
I farmers ' College * ¦ ¦¦¦ [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 June 1903
I farmers College * ¦ ¦¦¦ ¦ « ¦¦¦»¦»« ¦»¦¦»¦ ¦» FOR FARM BOYS . Mr . Fred H . Rankin , the very successful and popular superintendent of the Agricultural College Extension , Urbana , HI , writes the boys as follows : My Dear Young Friend : I have your name upon our list as one who desires some educational help . I-want you to know more of the Agricultural College and Experiment Station . Where Many Up-to-Date Ideas Coma From . If you have an older friend who has made a pronounced success on the farm , wouldnt it be worth your while to spend time with him and learn what he knows about working the land , crop rotation , stock feeding and the like ? Experience is a dear school . Can you afford to spend years learning methods well known only a few miles from your home ? The College of Agriculture and Experiment Station is in close touch with the practical farmers everywhere , so that Its ideas and advice are of general and not merely local value . Why not acquire these ideas at once and...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 June 1903
WE WANT YOUNG PEOPLE BVBftrWHBRB T © TAKB OUR Correspondence Courses * r IN * r Shorthand and Penmanship Catalogue and Sample Lessons Free on Application . Address - CAPITOL BUSINESS COLLEGE SPRINGFIELD , ILL . MX i ^^ W TE UNIVERSAL DUST SPRAYER . _ 9 *\ * UA 5 iJT » ** , _ W ^ m The be 8 t aU-purpose Dust Sprayer for Orchards . 1 • f ^ / Jr &lt;|*;| YERS 2 ^^ ]||| Vineyards , Gardens , Flowers , Tohacco , Cotton , Peas , « SfisK AM ~^^« CT M Potatoes Poultry , etc . Light and easily operated , lflwr ^^^^^ B-JL-i ^ n J - \ s 01 a bagpipe . Adjusted to throw a mere trace , or a largs __ M _ W _ faZ 0 ^ J &gt;^ nR S volume of powder over the largest fruit trees . It has M __&amp;* % S * m * ^ nflil * ffl * 1 automatic feed and stirrer . It is more effective ISHlH ^ SPH- ^* If and cheaper than liquid spray . Seat prepaid for $ 10 . f || iS p - \ ar \ -a If AGENTS WANTED . Liberal terms . Address JUPJ FAT . APL . JJJ s . A . HASEUTINE , Manut , Sprlngaeld , Mo ....
¦ ¦ l i imiimsiuniinnni j Tk Publisher [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 June 1903
¦ ¦ l i imiimsiuniinnni j Tk Publisher , . ^ swspss . ^ wsjs » s &gt; ie &gt; eie &gt; eisi sssiMse ADVERTISING RATES THE FARM HOME Twenty cents per agate line , or $ 2 . 80 per inch per insertion . Small advertisements of five lines or less , one dollar per insertion . No time or space discount from these rates g * iven on contracts filed after January 1 , 1903 . Agate measurement , an average of 8 word * to the line , 14 lines to the inch . Width of column 2 A inches ; length of column 180 lines . All bills payable monthly as rendered , in New York or Chicago Exchange . All space contracted for must be used within one year from date of contract . Positions may be contracted for subject to earlier contracts with other advertisers , provided such positions do not conflict with the publisher s idea of the general make-up . of the advertising pages . Advertisers are invited to investigate and test The Farm Homes circulation by every known proof , and to send th...
WORLD'S FAIR AND FARM PAPERS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 June 1903
WORLDS FAIR AND FARM PAPERS . ; ( Continued from page 1 ) part of the Directors of the World s Fair clearly demonstrates the purpose of the management to have the greatest of our wealth producing industries , American farming , presented at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition to the best possible advantage . The bi ^ dlngsj ,. atp-hles , amphitheater and other equipment for the live stock and agricultural exhibits will be ample and complete and most creditable to all interested . Nothing now remains to ensure the entire success of these two departments but intelligent and well directed effort on the part of the two gentlemen who have been so wisely chosen to assemble and display the exhibits that will illustrate the skill of our live stock breeders , the genius of the American farmer and the varied products of our fertile farms . The attention of all interested in the agricultural displays from this time forward will largely be directed to the men behind the guns , and it may not be o...
Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 June 1903
Ijwai aKowe ^ T^^ [ Wit- , m t _ Jv »^ - i / llfyfe 1 Translation-CornisUnf A 1 ^^\ S ^^ TOH ¦ ! f &lt; $ liPQ &amp; 8 £ ltUlWW * * t * i !&amp; E * i ^^ ijM &amp; K ] jf # % / f | p # * B^ RML f ^^^ S™^^ 5 iy In the language of the Indian , after -which onr ^ % M jj p \ great American crop VM named , corn ia ting . The fH Kve grain valne of th » corn crop is approaamateSy * , W W «! t &amp; V tl , OOO . OOO . OOO . It is estimated that the stalks and It J 9 * v ^ fodder are worth as mnch more . Think , then , of tha I 1 y *^_ amount yon con make by saving all of yonr corn crops I ? ~ Efce MeCORMICH j oorn binder and hunker and shredder enable * 70 s to f . save this part of tho corn orop that has in past years H gone to waste . Ml Write for KING OF THE CORN FIELD M Address nearest McCormick General Agency ff Qulncy ,-E . St . Louis , Peora , Aurora , lil . SlL ^ s * % ^ if &gt; ^ Sfc ^ sar ^ SB a ¦ aeA sf * * I 9 kft * *** f * Kills I...
Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 June 1903
FHT ^ OVS ^ American Statesmen and OratorsH Past and Present , with Biographical Sketches and theif Famous Orations Alexander K . McClure , LL . D ., Editor , I Byron Andrews , M . A ., Associate Editor Author of Lincoln and Man of War Tlmoi . Our Presl- I Of th * National Tribune , Wuk „ D . O ., Anther of The Xwtens dent * and How We Hake Them , etc . . | QuMtlon , • Life ol Logan , On * of the i *» opl « ( McKinley ) , etc , Incfadtag the Following Orators and Their Most Famous Orations ln Pull : Adams , Charles Francis f Burlingame , Anson Dexter , Samuel Hay , John Adams , J . ohn Butler , Benjainln F . . Donnelly , Ignatius Hayes , Rutherford B . Adams , John Quincy Calhoun , John C . Eliot , Chas . W . Hayne , Robert Y . Adams , Samuel Cass , Lewis Emerson , RalphWaldo Henry , Patrick Ames , . Fisher • Channin *? , Wm . Ellery Evarts , William M . Higginson , Thomas W . ( Andrew , John A . Choate , Rufus Everett , Edward Hill , Benjamin H . Arthur , Chester A . Choate , Josep...
Page 18 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 June 1903
FENCING GIRL SOPA PILLOW ART OOYBH FREE Size » 4 xx * inches , with . the popular Nickel Megaxlae 6 month , for jo cents . ^^^ ^ * Lithographed in beantifal colon on Satin Finish Art Titling , equal in effect to an oil painting . Homey Back It Not Satisfactory . . Any one ol these covert Absolutely Pree tor securing IS three months trial &lt; -ub « xiption &gt; at 10 cents each . SO subjects to select from . 100 other asetul premiums . ¦ Single Copies 5 Cents NICKELL MAGAZINE ¦ DKPI . * T . KBW YOBK , N . If * ! m **~* aamam ^ me ** m —* ; 8 l ^ % ^ KSKspPib I ^^ 8 ?/ aWiMnHuaia ^ LaMsVi . &gt; 1 * Jt ^^ ggt IiHy ^ WHstyeiK M ^ Z * K 3 * m *&gt; . To lln k 10 Gents Cut this ad . out and send with . 10 cents for 6 months subscription to our beautiful illustrated monthly magazine , describing the South and Southwest with their boundless opportunities for honest , energetic men and women , and we will give you absolutely free a chance to secure a free tr...
ILLINOIS CENTRAL LAM AOBiCY [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 June 1903
ILLINOIS CENTRAL LAM AOBiCY • This agency ia composed of reputable , and . successful real estate agents of extended , experience who are -working together for the prompt and profitable sale of all farms entrusted to this strong and influential Bale association , viz .: President—Chas . J . Mulligan . Vice President—P . H . Cary . Secretary—S . H . Gehlman .. Treasurer—H . A . McClure . DIRECTORS . . John F . Donovan , A . M . Cavan , Ellis More , H . A . Kingsbury , W . H . Junk , W . B . Hall . - . MEMBERS . W . H . Arnett , D . S . Anderson , J . L . Antrim , J . W . Baker , A . Brooks , H . S . Bennett , W . I . Black , H . T . Baker , T : C . Baker , Jr ., C . E . Bute , J . H . Bone , Geo . Blanchard , E . B . Byrum , W . S . Beals , T . J . Becker , P . H . Carey , W . S . Chatfield , A , M . Cavan , A . W . Cotton , J . B . Chancy , L . C . Carr , John F . Donovan ,. J . . Is . Dawson , B . G . Eggert , C . P . Enright , S . D . Ewing , D . W . Ewingi . J . E .. l ^ reeland ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 June 1903
Great Bargains 1071 320 acres of fine land , one-half Oultivatpd , 7 miles from town . Side * track on land , 5 acres platted for town site . A special bargain at $ 20 per acre . ¦ 1 , 240 acres improve *! joining city of Rediield , S . D . Price , $ ii per acre . Bargains furnished In tracts to suit . Write today—Address S . H . GEHLMAN , Sec ., Room 8 , ill . Cen . Station , Springfield , HI .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 June 1903
1072 Bargains in Montana Lajid Wc have for sale in Montana several large ranches , well irrigated , that we can , sell from . $ *! . 50 to . * F 5 !&gt; I * T acre on easy •; terms . Also all kinds of cattle and sheep . r . Write to-day . Address s . «¦ OEflLiAS , Secretary , HoomS . Illinois Central Station , Springfield , 111 .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 June 1903
FARMS FOE SALE . tecs CRESCO ( IOWA ) LAND . Have good Iowa Improved Farms at price s ranging from * . &gt;( to $ 65 per acre , ancl where the land ia level arid the- soi I a deep rich black loam . Write lor descriptive price list with pictures offarms for sale . S U . HClILMA &lt;• . Necrclnry , Room 8 , 111 . Central Sta . , Springfield , 111 .
A SOLID SECTION FARM FOR SALE . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 June 1903
A SOLID SECTION FARM FOR SALE . 1031 . Now we have something new . It is Sec . No . 27 , Lincoln township . Buena Vista Co ., Iowa , 5 l A miles from Truesdale , 7 miles from Albert City , and 9 miles north of Sulphur Springs . on the Illinois Central railroad , on which there is about 6 miles of fence and drainage is easy of access . The house is 24 x 24 and 16 x 24 , all IV stories , well built and in good condition . The barn is about 50 feet Ions , part is about 24 feet wide and part over 30 feet wide . There is a good frame hog house 16 x 32 , also other buildings . This farm will be offered for a short time at $ 03 per acre . The buyer Is to assume a $ 15 , 000 mortgage , drawing 5 per cent interest . This farm is rented for two-fifths crop and $ 400 cash , there being about 400 acres under cultivation . 1032 . Black Alluvial Prairie Land for $ 5 an acre , in the heart of the sugar belt of Louisiana , only 45 miles from New Orleans , the greatest port of entry in the United St...