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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 July 1903

«* _ ar- _ < KWBH ^__ li _~^ s § i § lP ClSi ^^ H *^^^® Vow running from St . Louis to St . Paul , and now Is the most delightful time to make the trip . , _ Only via this route can the magnificent scenery of the Upper Mississippi be seen to advantage . The new steamer St . Paul , Just added to our fleet , is the largest and finest passenger steamer on the Mississippi river . There ls no trip in this country to equal it . With elegant surroundings , good music , pure air , and the grand panorama of the Mississippi , lt Is truly Inspiring . For rates and information , address ISAAC P . LUSK , Gen . Pass . Agt , St . Louis , Mo . fRUIT GROWERS ... TRUCK FARMERS .. , , INVESTIGATE THE 40-AcrejTracts FOR SALE ON THE LINE OFTHE IN THE CELEBRATED Peach Belt of Alabama —> .., _^ This is a rare opportunity-for profitable Investment , if you have idle money ; a better opportunity if you are looking for a good home and steady income in a Healthful climate and pleasant en...

Publication Title: Farm Home
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 July 1903

rurAP FARM bntAr LANDS Located on the Yazoo & Missl nlpol Valley E . B . ln the famous YAZOO VALLEY • f Uliilsilppl—specially adapted to tha raising of COTTON , CORN , CATTLE AND HOGS SOIL RICHEST IN THE WORLD Write for Pamphlets and Maps . E . P . SKENE , _ aud Commissioner , Central Station . Park Bow , Boom * J 1 . CHICAGO . ILL . TO THE SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST No line offers better service or faster schedules from Chicago , Louisville , St . Louis or Cincinnati to points South or Southeast than the Louisville & Nashville R . R . Two trains daily to Nashville , Birmingham , Atlanta , Memphis , Montgomery , Mobile , New Orleans , Florida and Gulf Coast Points . Stopover privilege at Mammoth Cave , one of the wonders of the world . AU trains solid vestibuled and composed of modern Pullman Sleepers , Free Reclining Chair Cars and Electric Lighted Dining Cars . Rock ballasted road bed , insuring easy riding and no dust . Information as to rates , time and descript...

Publication Title: Farm Home
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 July 1903

Cheap Lanfls and gomes lor Sale If you want to sell a farnf or ranch , tell the farmers and stock raisers about it . If you want to buy a farm or rjinch , write to the parties advertising This agricultural and live-stock journal goes into over 80 , 000 homes of live-stock raisers and farmers . If you have a good piece of land to sell at a reasonable price , you will certainly find a buyer among them . • The cost of an advertisement is very small—only twenty cents per agate line . Send copy for your advertisement at once and let us co-operate with you in finding a buyer for your property . THE . F ; F _ R _ V _ HOME CO ., S- » RINGF » I _ 3 _ . D . I ML .. Liiilode County , Mo THE KING OF THE OZARKS Leads the world In Apples , Small Fruits and Stock Raising , unequaled by any country on earth for all-round farming , fruit and stock ; 1 , 400 feet above sea level . Beautiful , healthful climate , short winters , January and February . Pure air , pure water , abundant and fine range , ...

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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 July 1903
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 July 1903

. . . TJET-E-B . m m Will be the Home Offering of Jessup Park Berkshires S 0 = Head = 50 Do you want Show Yard Berkshires unequalled for individual excellence ? Uniform type and grand breeding . The get of such famous sires as GOLDEN LEE 45745 , GOLDEN PREMIER 64657 , the international champion of 1902 . GOV . HIGHOLERE , YOUNG BARON LEE 53347 , a full brother to KING MARVIE . Show sows that have won . Boars that will win . The great two-year-old show boar fCipg /& lfopso 6131 Has been secured for this offering- and will be the champion boar of 1003 20 Great Yearling Sows bred to King Alfonso and Premier Longfellow IX 20 Show Gilts of July , August and September , 1902 , farrow , bred to Premier Long fellow II . and Baron Longfellow . A few Top Boars of fall and spring farrow . Nothing reserved for show this year . Sale catalogues ready July 1 * Auctioneers : COL . E . R . BAILEY . CAPT . H . J . SAYLER . COL . ALLIE POWELL . . COL . ANSON G . MADDEST . Clerk , COL . CHA...

Publication Title: Farm Home
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ILLINOIS AT WORLD'S FAIR . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 July 1903

ILLINOIS AT WORLDS FAIR . Hon D . M . Funk , the Chairman of the Live Stock Committee of the Illinois Commission to the Louisiana Purchase ExStion . has presented the following reoort to the State Commission , in which fifty thousand dollars of the quarter of a million dollar appropriation made by the General Assembly for a state exhibit at the World s Fair is recommended for the show of Illinois Live Stock- at the Worlds ur . Funk s report will be considered by the Illinois Commission In the near future and breeders can do much to insure its favorable consideration by writing the members of the commission and urging their support of the proposition . Mr . Funk s report reads as follows : , To the Illinois Commission for the Louisiana Purchase Exposition : Gentlemen—I have been requested by the Commission to make a report of the work which has been especially assigned me , viz .: that of interesting the live stock breeders of Illinois in making a large and creditable exhibit of the ...

Publication Title: Farm Home
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POST CHECK CURRENCY . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 July 1903

POST CHECK CURRENCY . Mr . C . W . Post , who has rendered the business interests of the country ; such able and patriotic service in connection with congress in advocacy , of Post check currency , writes ; The campaign for the adoption of Post check currency has now been actively waged for about a year , with results which are exceedingly gratifying . J . _ e papers in all sections of tho country have devoted much space to tho advocacy of this reform , which would benefit alike the people , businesa houses and puMisherfc g _ ojri )_ before . . 5 v . . ft . the opening of the next congress the work will be again taken . up and pushed harder than ever , as we believe that with the continued support of the press and business men the bill will be passed at the next session of congress .

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FLOOD LOSSES IN KANSAS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 July 1903

FLOOD LOSSES IN KANSAS . The daily papers greatly exaggerated the losses to farmers . It was assumed that something like a third of Kansas and as large a portion of Iowa and Missouri were devastated . In the first named state was the greatest loss ^ For two hundred miles , over a strip of valley land two to five miles wide , the water rushed for five days . In the currents the crops are gone . Not more than one-half of this was tilled land , on which the crops were wiped out . If the crop loss amounts to $ 3 , 000 , 000 , the probable maximum , it will be but a trifle in a state which markets $ 220 ,- 000 , 000 of farm products annually . A dozen towns lost from $ 35 , 000 to $ 100 ,- 000 each . Topekas loss—by far the largest , proportionately , of any of the afflicted communities—probably Was $ 1 , 000 , 000 or more . Here was the greatest loss of life—seventy-one . In Kansas City the property loss is greatest on the railroads , and will reach 7 ,- 000 , 000 or more . The losses f...

Publication Title: Farm Home
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TRADE WITH CANADA , [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 July 1903

TRADE WITH CANADA , It is obvious enough that the question of imperial tariffs is a very important one for the United States . While in logical theory there is much that is attractive about the Chamberlain idea , it does not seem to bear the light of practical scrutiny . In spite of the large differential Canada is already giving England , it is with the United States that Canadian trade is constantly growing , and not , relatively , with England . The time has come when the high-tariff wall between Canada and the United States ought to be battered down . Our own best customers are the people of Canada . We need access to their markets , and they , on the other hand , need unrestricted access to ours . They have vast areas of prairie and woodland , and great resources of coal , ore , precious metals , water power , and so on ; but they have a comparatively small population and a comparatively lim ited capital . The immigrants whom they find best adapted to aid them in the work of de...

Publication Title: Farm Home
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
r THE PROSPERITY WAVH . ' [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 July 1903

r THE PROSPERITY WAVH . Seldom does tj ( j e setSoha ^ haff of a calerida / ye ^ r open with such promise fqr the country as does Ctiat which begins this jnorning . In New Jorjf city . $ 147 , 000 , 000 will be distributed in dividends and intefest by , the big corporations && eripg mtL A _ co ^ # s § Me addition will be made to this total by Boston , Philadelphia , Chicago , St . Louis and the other big centers . That $ 147 , 000 , 000 which New York is to disburse is by far the largest sum which has ever been distributed at the beginning of a half year . The amount which was given out at the opening oi January was $ 138 , 000 , 000 , which broke all records along to that time . It is to be presumed that the exhibits made by . other business centers will also surpass all previous records by them . All this , however , has been expected , and its occurrence does not attract any especial attention . In air departments of business activity the record is high . ...

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WORDS OF WISDOM . ' [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 July 1903

WORDS OF WISDOM . One cannot be happy till one * hoar learned how , and for tiat one 1 must ! suffer . —Zangwill a One s , WomenKind . j _ .. j ^_ j Shyness loves boldness , \ ::. ) & A fool Is wise after a pattern of his own . ¦ H i \ A man s merit isnt always up to hlg reputation . i Success does not depend on oppor * tunity , but on the capacity to discern opportunity . —Ingalls . j . r , A man s best capital is his abilitj ; and willingness to work . A poor workman always considers : himself superior to his job . The earth s gravity attracts , but tha gravity of a man repels . , t . The more experience we have with health foods the more sympathy wo have for our old grass-eating friend Nebuchadnezzar . —Chicago News . Nothing makea a woman more impatient with a man than for him to fail to discover some of her secret charms ,: even when she does nt give him a chance . —New York Press . ¦ i Some men seem to have been born asleep and forgot to wake up . To be cheerful , ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 July 1903

THE FARM HOME ( Published Monthly ) Subscriptions may begin the first of any month . Terms of subscriptions ln the United States , Canada and Mexico . J 1 . 00 a yeaer , payable in advance . Foreign subscribers must remit in advance , those within the Postal Union sending 12 cents additional each year for postage . Remittances should De sent by bank draft , post office or express money order payable to The Farm Home Co . The name on your paper s yellow label will show to the first of what month your subscription has been paid . No other receipt is given unless stamp is sent . Change of Address Kindly send us both your old and new address a week previous to the date of the desired change . Discontinuances . Responsible subscribers will continue to receive this journal until the publishers are notified by letter to discontinue , when all arrearages must be paid . If you do not wish the journal continued for another year after your subscription has expired , you should then notify the ...

Publication Title: Farm Home
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THE FARMER'S TRADE . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 July 1903

THE FARMERS TRADE . Judge F . C . Weinert , a member of the Twenty-eighth Texas Legislature , in a letter to Farm and Ranch , says : The writer believes that the same- » opinion is held by every deep-thinking person in this country , where the . wealth from no other source compares with that produced by the man with the hoe . Until within the last decade , almost , the farmer was isolated to such an extent that he could not keep pace . with the worlds progress , but late inventions and developments place him in contact with the world s doings to such an extent that he is now on a par with men engaged in other industries and professions . He is a reader , thinker and executor —plans , systemizes and executes with the same thought and prdecision that is required of the successful merchant , banker or manufacturer . In the recent past a great majority of those engaged in farming prepared the land , planted the seed and cultivated the soil in the way they were told to do , or had seen d...

Publication Title: Farm Home
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THE LOUISIANA PURCHASE AND • THE RISE OF THE UNITED STATES . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 July 1903

THE LOUISIANA PURCHASE AND • THE RISE OF THE UNITED STATES . The international effects of the Louisiana Purchase were even more significant than Its political effect From it dates the end of the struggle for the possession of the Mississippi Valley and the beginning of the transfer of the ascendency in both Americas to the United States . Even the English veterans of tho Napoleonic battles were unable to wrest New Orleans from Andrew Jackson in the war of 1812 . The acquisition of Flor 7 ida , Texas , California and the possessions won by the United States in the recent Spanish-American war are in a sense the corollaries of this great event . France , England and Spain , removed from the strategic points on our border , were prevented from occupying the controlling position in determining the destiny of the American provinces which so soon revolted from the empire of Spain . The Monroe Doctrine would not have been possible except for the Louisiana Purchase . It was the logical outco...

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TO LESSEN DAMAGE BY FOREST FIRES . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 July 1903

TO LESSEN DAMAGE BY FOREST FIRES . The Bureau of Forestry Observes them Burning this Year , and Will Recommend Means of Prevention . Last year within two weeks over $ 12 , 000 , 000 worth of timber and other property was destroyed by forest fires in Oregon and Washington . This enormous loss occurred upon a restricted area and represents only a very small part of the annual loss from th , is source . Every timbered region of the United States suffers year after year from fire . The annual loss is estimated at from $ 25 , 000 , 000 to $ 50 , 000 , 0011 . Forest fires have been regarded as almost inevitable , and few systematic attempts have been made to prevent or control them , except in the states of New York , ^ Pennsylvania and Minnesota , which have efficient systems of fire protection . The Bureau of Forestry has this year undertaken a thorough study of the forest fire problem in several different regions . It has placed men in forest districts to study fires while in the proce...

Publication Title: Farm Home
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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FEED FARM RATIONS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 July 1903

FEED FARM RATIONS . By Robert S . Shaw , Professor of Agriculture , Michigan Agricultural College . Every square inch of the farm must be made to produce to its utmost capacity each year . This can only be accomplished through carefully planned rotations conducted under the most skillful methods of cultivation . In increasing ^ the products from the small farm the cost of production is not proportionately increased , as the season s work is more evenly and widely distributed and larger numbers of animals can be fattened during the year . In live stock feeding , variety is the spice of life . We cannot produce too great a variety on our farms for stockfeeding purposes . There are , of course , certain staple crops to which the soil and climatic conditions of each section , or it may be farm , are especially adapted , and these will have to be grown . But there is sufficient variation in the composition of the soil , contour of the land , position of the water level , etc ., to provid...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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A HOT SUMMER IS HEALTHFUL . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 July 1903

A HOT SUMMER IS HEALTHFUL . A leading physician of an eastern city , who was formerly an army surgeon , speaking from the experience of a long and large practice , says that an abnormally cool summer Is no more to be desired than an excessively hot one . In his opinion a moderately wann summer results in a higher average of the public health . One of his theories in this connection is of more than passing interest , as it concerns a matter over which the individual has control—perspiration . It is his opinion that in a cool summer the average individual does not perspire sufficiently , and on this account often faces the winter with a system actually not in as good condition as if the summer had been excessively warm . The-function of perspiration is to clear the system of effete matter . It is , perhaps , second only to the kidneys as a cleansing agent . Once the pores of the skin are clogged the whole load of poisonous and effete matter is forced upon the kidneys and intestinal or...

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GO SOUTH , YOUNG MAN , [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 July 1903

GO SOUTH , YOUNG MAN , To sunny Alabama _ nd Mississippi , the Mecca of the fruit and truck grower . Three hundred thousand acres ot good , fertile land for sale at wonderfully low prices . Write John M . Beall , A . tj . P . A ., Mobile & Ohio R . R ., St . Louis , for full particulars . SUMMER SERVICE OF CALIFORNIA LIMITED . The Santa Fe announces that the usual semi-weekly summer service of its California Limited train was inaugurated June 2 west bound from Chicago , and June 8 east bound from San Francisco and Los Angeles . The time card is approximately the same as heretofore . It is stated that the California Limited was a very profitable train the past season , bookings being made in many cases weeks ahead in order to get the space wanted . Daily service will be resumed next fall .

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-xiw riiRnlSNAi ? . AT TRINIDAD . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 July 1903

-xiw riiRnlSNAi ? . AT TRINIDAD . Away back in 1540 a Spanish soldier of fortune , Coronado , traveled through the southwest , nearly reaching the Missouri river . In his small band was a brave captain , known as Cardenas . It Is said that Cardenas was the first white , man to see tho Grand Canyon of Arizona . Be that as it may , his fame is now secure . A Santa Fe railway hotel , managed by Fred Harvey , and located at Trinidad , Colorado , has been named tho Cardenas . Beginning with June 1 . IDOo ( which is the date set for the opening of this new hotel ) , Cardenas name will b ; in everybody s mouth , figuratively speaking—that is , everybody who goes through Trinidad on the Santa Fe . How different the menu , how much softer the beds , than 363 years ago , when Cardenas the soldier rode down Raton Pass on his trusty steel and camped on the side of Trinidad ! The contrast typifies all the great things that have happened meanwhile . ¦ The commodious dining-room of the Cardenas wi...

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r mmea I Tbe Publisher J [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 July 1903

r mmea I Tbe Publisher J 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 given on contracts filed after January 1 , 1903 . Agate measurement , an average of 8 words to the line , 14 lines to the inch . Width of column 2 & inches ; length of column 180 lines . All bills payable monthly as rendered , ln 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 Home s circulation by every known proof , and to send their representatives for a personal inspection The circulation of The Farm Home is published ...

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