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Rural Postal Delivery All Right [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898

Rural Postal Delivery All Right All friends of free rural mail delivery were disheartened and discouraged by the recent action of the senate , which struck out of the appropriation bill , as passed by the house , the clause providing for an expenditure of $ 300 , 000 for an increase in that branch of the service . But the disappointment was but momentary , for the conference committee promptly agreed upon the sum of $ 150 , 000 , and there is no doubt this will be appropriated . It is said that there was no real opposition in the senate to free rural mail delivery , but that the appropriation was stricken out for the sole purpose of bringing all the facts relating to the subject up for full discussion . The appropriation of $ 150 , 000 is a distinct gain for the cause . Last year the amount appropriated was but $ 50 , 000 , and with this sum , according to the memorandum submitted by First Assistant PostmasterGeneral Heath , the department extended rural free mail delivery over 150 ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Inter-Relationship of Trusts [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898

Inter-Relationship of Trusts In our news columns last week we referred to the formation of the Tobacco trust . It now appears that John D . Rockefeller is behind this trust , as well as the Standard Oil and iron and steel combines . H . L . Tyrrell was elected vice-president of the Tobacco trust , it is announced , as a concession to the Standard Oil company , which will hereafter exercise a strong influence in the management of the new trust . So the . endless chain is being formed which will finally place all the means of production and distribution in the hands , not of the state , but of a few individuals whose vast and united fortunes will enable them to make tribute-payers of every other citizen . No man should be compelled to pay tribute to another , and whenever monopoly is concentrated in private hands to such an extent that he is forced to do so , the time is ripe for such a change as will destroy private monopoly . The time has gone by for personal recrimination . It is n...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Cash Prizes for Live Stock [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898

Cash Prizes for Live Stock The decision of the directors of the Trans-Missis-sippi exposition to offer cash instead of medals for prizes for winning live-stock exhibits is a wise one , and must redound to the interest and value of that great display of Western enterprise and courage . Nebraska is the very center of the live-stock interest of the West . Much of her prosperity has come from that branch of the industrial life of this country , and it is due to that interest that it received recognition and encouragement at the hands of an exposition intended to illustrate and emphasize the great strides of the past , the splendid opportunities of the present and the immeasurable possibilities of the future , which are the glory and the promise of the trans-Mississippi West . The action of the managers of the exposition , an account of which appears elsewhere in this issue , should , and doubtless will , result in attracting to the exposition the best live-stock exhibit the West can mak...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
The Profession of Forestry [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898

The Profession of Forestry The American youth who is looking for some field worthy his best efforts might go further and fare worse than to adopt the profession of forestry . The New York legislature , educated to consider this branch of science by the presence of the Adirondacks and their splendid covering of timber , has passed an act to promote education in forestry and to encourage and provide for establishment of a college of forestry , at Cornell university . This is a long stride forward ; it is the proclamation of the need which exists and of whose pressing importance the people quite generally have been ignorant . The value of the products of the forests in the United States for 1897 is estimated roundly at $ 1 , 375 , 000 ,- 000 , exceeding that of all the gold , silver , iron , copper , coal and lead mined during that year . At the rate at which timber is now being cut the magnificent forests of the states east of the Rocky mountains will be exhausted during the next deca...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Education That Educates [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898

Education That Educates We are in receipt of the catalogue of the University of Illinois , 1897-98 , a volume of more than 300 pages . How this great educational institution is developing , how its scope is ever broadening and its standards of learning ever rising , one may catch a glimpse through these pages . That the university is devoting more and more time and thought to agriculture and technical sciences relating thereto is additional evidence of the wisdom of the hand that guides its destinies , and the state is to be congratulated that the flattering offers made to President A . S . Draper by Greater New York were promptly rejected and that that great educator will continue at the head of the commonwealth s splendid school . In referring to the aims and scope of the College of Agriculture , the catalogue says a word which every farmer who has sons and daughters should ponder : The College of Agriculture aims at the higher education of the rural people and their elevation bot...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
P ^ esee ^ es ^ M ^^ ( w K > I Z m < ? it ; ( P > lm * 5 I Some Timely Bulletins 1 i % * " * > ] *&® 3 t 9- # 9 S--333-33 S 9— = 3 ) :-23—3 :-33—3 ) 3 «^^ [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898

P ^ esee ^ es ^ M ^^ ( w K &amp;gt; I Z m &amp;lt; ? it ; ( P &amp;gt; lm * 5 I Some Timely Bulletins 1 \ i % \ * * &amp;gt; ] *&amp;amp;® 3 t 9- # 9 S--333-33 S 9— = 3 ) :-23—3 :-33—3 ) 3 «^^ O NLY those who are favored by the receipt of the bulletins issued by the agricultural experiment stations can realize the immense amount of valuable work being done by these institutions . The work of the stations is peculiarly valuable because it is not done for the purpose of exploiting any favorite theory , and facts are not twisted to fit the preconceived notions of any individual . Failure is regarded as a source of information quite as much as success , the only object of the work performed being to discover through a multitude of experiments the most economical way to produce the best possible results . In order to accomplish this a large number of experiments in which a different quantity of seed is used on a given area , different times of planting and different m...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Agriculture [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898

Agriculture Improved Farm Machinery It has sometimes been charged that the farmers of this country spend too much money on machinery with which to operate their farms . This is doubtless true 1 of those | armer ^ who do not care for theiV machinery in the proper manner , for it is true that ; millions of dollars worth of farm machinery is allowed to spoil every year by leaving it ta rot and rust in the open air . The average farmer does not buy move machinery than he must have in order properly to prosecute his work . It is not good economy to use dilipidated nor antique machinery in order to save buying new and modern kinds . It even pays very often to retire some machine that is in good order and fair working condition for another that is better for doing the same work it was calculated to perform . No man is extravagant when he buys a riding plow , because it saves labor for man and team and enables them to do more and better work than can be done by any walking plow ever made . ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898

May 21 , 1898 Build By nourishing m II &amp;lt; rl A ^ ifh your system ™ ^•¦ B • ¦ , ¦ with blood made pure by taking Hood s Sarsaparilla . Then you will have nerve , mental , bodily and In the Spring digestive strength . Then you need not fear disease , because your system will readily resist scrofulous tendencies and attacks of illness . Then you will know the absolute intrinsic merit of Hood s Sarsaparilla - ° g ^ cine and Blood Puriller . $ l , six for 85 . Prepared only by C . I . Hood &amp;amp; Co ., Lowell , Muss . i—— i u ~~ j &amp;gt; ! - »•!« act easily , promptly and flOOd S PlIIS effectively . 25 cents . Let us Suppose Suppose you had an investment that was losing you money every day ; wouldnt you cut it off . Without the use of the modern cream separatoryou are losingbutter fat ( money ) daily , Stop it . It can best be done by the use of a SEPARATOR Either the SAFETY HAND MACHINE or Hie LITTLE GIANT will not only stop all loss but will increase the suabilit...

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Garden and Orchard [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898

Garden and Orchard Flowers in the Dooryard In planning . where flowers should be planted in the dooryard the conditions should be reckoned with . If there are trees in the yard the flowers should be planted where they will not interfere with the enjoyment of the shade of the trees on hot summer days . If there are little children about the house their comfort should be considered ; the beds should all be made around the fence so as to allow a free playground , without danger to the flowers . Some children have an unconquerable desire to pull flowers-off their stems , but this is not usual where they are accustomed to them from the time they begin to notice anything . When they have always seeen flowers about the house and dooryard they look upon them as being matters of course , and do not think of pulling them up or destroying them any more than they would of pulling the grass in the yard . Flowers should always be planted so as to make their best appearance from the principal poin...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898

responds readily to proper fer tilization . Larger crops , fuller ears and larger grain are sure to result from a liberal use of fertilizers containing at least 7 % actual Potash Our books are free to farmers . GERMAN KALI WORKS 93 Nassau St ., New York Corn - , ,

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898

I THE BOOKS OF \ $ THE HOUR r— 1 £ EVERY HOME AND CLUB ROOM SHOULD $ £ HAVE ONE OR MORE OF THESE BOOKS I WAR SONGS . j ?&amp;gt; The finest collection of the most famous * £ war songs in exlstance . Fifty-five songs . % , Ninety-six pages . Old national patriotic •&amp;gt; songs , and the famous songs of the wars Y of the Revolution and Rebellion are all X ( riven . Solos may be sung by any voice . ? $ • Choruses for male or mixed voices . % I AMERICAN i PATRIOTIC SONGS I : — X A splendid collection of national lyrics !? with wordand music crmpleteThere &amp;lt;• s . * f are s xty selections , songs , hymns , etc . , X including all the old , standard and BrmI&amp;gt;!« ly established compositions of America . — I EACH BOOK , 50 CENTS , POSTPAID , * For sale by all dealers , or • j * dliectfrom 1 OLIVER DITSON COMPANY $ 453-459 WASHINGTON ST ., X BOSTON . Y , ? C . H . DITSON &amp;amp; CO , New Yotfc . X J .-. &amp;amp; DITSON &amp;amp; CO ., Philadelphia...

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Live Stock and Dairy [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898

Live Stock and Dairy Keep Young Horses Growing A horse is the slowest among domestic animals to come to marketable age and condition . A yearling colt is rarely salable at any price nor is anything under three years old , unless it is o £ exceptional breeding . For this reason there is sometimes a ; disposition to let the-young horses do a little rustling for themselves during the first two or three years of their lives . They are turned out in the spring and allowed to run half wild until winter , when they are penned up with possibly a straw stack for shelter and fed on coarse forage and a little grain until time to turn them on pasture again . This treatment means slow growth and under size at maturity , in most cases . The colt should be kept growing from the day he is foaled until he attains the largest possible size , for nothing counts so much for all classes of horses out of the speed classes as size and full development . Many a man has lost from one-third to one-half the p...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898

Horse Owners ! Use GOMBATJLTS Caustic Balsam 1 Safe Speed and Puithi Can The Snfeat , BLISTER ever used . Takes the place of all liniments for mild or severe action , Eemoves all Banches or Blemishes from Bones and Cattle . SUPERSEDES ALL CAUTERY OR FIRING , Impouibli to product icar or bumiih . Ererv bottle sold Is warranted to give satisfaction Price $ 1 . 50 per bottle . Sold by druggists , or sent bj express , charges paid , with full directions for Its use . Send for descriptive circulars . . THE LAWRENCE-WILLIAMS CO .. Cleveland O mmmm ^ tm ^ astm ^ mmi ^ ^ k Mgw ^ ( assfefc HHHPHEr Beat . ¦¦¦¦¦¦¦ Mi ^ HEBHEMBni ^ iMHEMI Get More Money Out of Your Cows By Getting More Cream Out of Their Milk This can be easy &amp;lt; Iono with t ,, e I m P ro * U . S . Cream Separator Increase in yield 47 per cent r ™ , ^ , „ - LAGRANGE . StE ., February 7 , . Stf . ho Improved U . S . Separator I have is doing fine work , having ; increased the yield 47 per cent . It makes excellent cows ...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898

i AMU-DE LAVAL : CREAM SEPARATORS , jAr tiK ^ i De laTal Alpha I j IHlH Baby Cream SepaRjJLIl ^ H ! rators -were first and _] CSi 3 «^^ nav 0 CTCr been kept Hlf flr best and cheapest . They are ^ iSrnM guaranteed superior to all sj ^ gSgsmk imitations and infringe- @«* WjMMm ments . Endorsed bj all uu- . &amp;amp; 1 HIV thoritios . More than 125 , 000 0 sHHMJk inuso . Salcstentoonoofall BiwBBKsm others combined . All styles H IttSBttm and sizes— $ 50 .- to $ 225 .- w fUyHl Save $ 5 .- to $ 10 .- per cow V wSIG » per year over any setting ^ rffjlUj ^ L system , and $ 3 .- to ¦ rf « IISK » Bfei year over- any imi- - ^ SSK ^ tlHMfctSSisl tating separator . . jglJ ^^ B &amp;amp; jSHHRs ^® Now ana improved ^ Ife ^ SsfSr ^ loguo containing a ^ SW fund of up-to-date ^ JsSfj ^ dairy information . THE DE LAVAL SEPARATOR GO . RANDOLPH &amp;amp; CANAL STS ., I 74 C ORTLANDT STREET , CHICAGO . I . NEW YORK . nUROC-JERSEY Moos-Registered stock . LSend stamp for 64-page catalogue , Il...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Poultry and Bees [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898

Poultry and Bees Pckin Ducks We find that Pekin ducks make the best returns of any crop we can grow on the farm . There is no bird that is under better control when properly managed , and as far as our experience is concerned there is no bird that equals her in fecundity , for when well fed and cared for she will lead off by giving a greater number of eggs per season , than the best strain of Leghorns , and if desired will begin her contribution at five months old . They are hearty eaters of coarse food and will consume a great deal that other fowl would not look at . One great advantage in growing them is their rapid growth . The duckling will be heavier at ten weeks old than the best chicken at twenty weeks , and will bring nearly as much per pound in market . While it costs 9 cents per pound to put the chicken on the market , the duckling can be put there for 7 cents . There is usually less mortality among ducklings than chicks and naturally will bear more neglect , though it wil...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898

All the poetry , all the romance , all that is ideal in the wide , wide world , is bound up in that one J -.-. word : MolherKSMJhood . A w ° - S -Smaii s greatest ^ i \ S happiness , her SZ ^ y greatest duty and I . { her greatest priv- \/ ) ilege is to become / / the mother of a 1 A ) healthy , happy \ Y child . Untold Qj &amp;gt; thousands of wo- &amp;lt; - * men fall short of this because of ^ weakness and disease of their wo manly-selves . Either they live childless lives , or for a brief spell are the mothers of puny , sickly children that bring them only pain , and leave them only sorrow . The woman who suffers from weakness and disease of the distinctly feminine organs is certain to become an invalid . No woman can suffer in this way and he a healthy , happy , amiable wife and a competent mother . Troubles of this nature sap the strength , rack the nerves , paint lines of suffering upon the face , destroy the temper , make the once bright eyes dull and the once active...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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