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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 11 June 1898
Kidney Dangers You dare not overlook thorn . The mildest case o £ Kidney Trouble soon becomes malignant , the best remedy s Dr . Peter s Blood Vitalizer the old Swiss-German remedy—in constunt use for over 100 years . It seldom fails to cure diseases caused by imnovorished or impure blood or from a disordered stomach . No Drug-Store medicine ; is sold only by regular Vitalizer agents . Persons living where there are no agents for Dr . Peter s Blood Vitalizer can , by sending 83 . 00 , obtain twelve 35cent trial bottles direct from the proprietor . This offer can be obtained only once by the the same person . « Write to DR . PETER FAHRNEY , 112-114 South Hoync Ave ., Chicago ( [ . ] ] ! t i j j ! J ! &gt; &lt; | t : J f % k t r ! J J J k I i \ J I \ i # ^ ! . 1 A AAA AAA . AA AA . A A A . A .. — SOJA BEANS I will send by moll a 80-page pamphlet telling all shout how to plant and grow them . Also stock peal and artichokes—( enclose stamp)—address ROBT , C . MORRIS , Ol...
Live Stock and Dairy [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 11 June 1898
Live Stock and Dairy Breeding for a Purpose Every breeder of live stock of any kind should breed with a definite end in view . This is the only way to attain to the highest success with live stock . Hit-and-miss breeding never leads to the greatest profits and often ends in disaster to the man whopractices it . Any one may take the crudest Stock to begin with and improve it greatly by keeping a purpose in view and breeding toward it , even if he fails to reach it . • Bates and Bakewell would never have made the success they did with cattle or sheep if they had not bred with the purpose of making their stock better with each succeeding generation . The cattle of the Islands of Jersey or Guernsey would never have made the reputation they have if it had not been that breeders selected the best as breeders generation after generation , nor are the Percheron horses the result of a series of happy accidents . Every improved breed of live stock has been perfected by breeding for a purpose ...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 11 June 1898
Horse Owners ! Use GOMBATJLT ^ Caustic Balsam fdr mi fi * , s ,, c ° r * The ¦• feat . Best BLISTER ever rued . Takes the place of all liniment * for mud or severe action . Removes all BnnoheB or Blemishes Irom Horses udOattle . SUPERSEDES ALL CAUTERY OR FIRING ) . Jmvoiiiolt to product $ car or bltmulu Every bottle sold la warranted to give satisfaction Price ( I . SO per bottle . Sold by druggists , or , sent by express , charges paid , with full directions , for its nse . Bend for descriptive circulars .- , i THB LAWBBNCB-WELLIAMS CO .. Cleveland OY ^ gk S jfg f * ( QL mHPHk ^ v s ( Prlzi-WlimlDg Poland ChinasfiSSAfS lays . « . A . WJXMAKTH , ¦• n . eest , 111 . fWROOJBRSBY HOflS-Reglstered stock . LSend stamp for 64-page catalogue , illustrated , • rices and history . Useful information to youac Seeders . J . M . STONEBRAKBR , Pauoi * , 1 &amp; Gooper Dip Rr World for 55 years . . Superior to all others . If no local agent , send $ 1 . 75 F . S . Burch &amp; Co ....
Poultry and Bees [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 11 June 1898
Poultry and Bees Four Hundred Hens to the Acre A . F . Hunter , editor of Farm Poultry is known all over the country as a poultryrkeeper who makes a great deal of money from his hens by selling eggs and poultry at market prices . In a late number of his paper he tells how he houses his poultry , the house being the result of a good many years experimentation along this line . His houses are built thirty-six feet long and ten . feet wide with a shed roof . The front is seven feet high and the back four feet . The houst is divided into two sleeping rooms and two scratching sheds open to the front . The sleeping rooms are in the middle of the house , each being eight by ten feet , leaving a scratching shed ten feet square at each end . In front of the house is a yard 36 x 125 feet which is divided into three yards , one 36 x 75 feet and two which are 18 x 50 feet each . The smaller yards are next the house and are used to confine the flock that is kept in each end . In each end of the ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 11 June 1898
Many of the North American Indians were magnificent specimens of physical manhood . This was due , largely , to their active out-door . life . Nevertheless , they had the wisdom to know that an active life In the open air alone , would not keep a man healthy . They had their medicinemen , who gathered herbs from field and forest and brewed decoctions to assist the natural prpcesses of the various vital organs . Modern civilized men do not as a usual thing recognize the same necessity until it is too late . They ignore medicine until they are within the grasp of some serious or fatal disease . The time for a man to begin taking medicine is when he begins to ieel out of sorts . If a man is thoroughly well and healthy he does not feel that way . If he does feel that way he may be pretty sure that he is half sick . When he is half sick it does not take long before he is whole-sick . Dr . Pierce s Golden Medical Discovery is the best medicine for a man when he is sick or getting sick . I...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 11 June 1898
CHEAP HOMES IN SOUTH DAKOTA ., ?* laotrtlooUn . X . H . WRIGHT , imm , * . D . When writing mention The Farmers Voice . I There tre golden opportunities for Ml rt fruitgrowers , dairymen , poultry I 1 W men &gt; stockbreeders and farmers In allllnes In Washington , f __ AL- Oregon , Idaho , Montana . POl IMK Send one dollar for year s 1 vi » iiw lubsorlption to Kanoh Il &amp; W WSStl mostrelisoiefnformi • www vw ** lion about this ureat rich new country . Address , Seattle , Wash . ITALIAN i QUEENET \ * b J And a Year s Subscription (» ft 5 THE RURALIST J \ FORSL 00 . J 1 , o . OR - e LB v . I J Byrditown , Tann , ft Jj Munkr W Ntdeu . Qucta BrecfW Uuioa . ft !*»***»* »»»»»»»* MMMM J * §¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦ ITwT ^&amp;^ fe ^ fe ^ H ¦¦¦ II ^ I ^ II ^ I ^ HIHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHK
( NOTES OF THE DAY j [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 11 June 1898
( NOTES OF THE DAY j VICTORY soon will perch upon the banner of our country and the unequal contest with decaying Spain be brought quickly to an end . Admiral Sampson by sea and the land forces of the United States in conjunction with the Cuban army are now engaged in the actual work of driving the Spaniard from the Western hemisphere , and in the far Bast the vigorous assaults of the insurgents under Aguinaldo have compelled the Spanish forces to surrender to Admiral Dewey , so it is reported . Spain sits in sullen stubbornness under the blows given , evidently fearful to say the word that shall stop the useless loss of life and money because of the greater terror of a revolution in the peninsula itself , which threatens whenever the Spanish arms shall be laid down . With Cervera and his ships in a bottle corked tight against escape , thanks to American courage ; with a fleet at Cadiz which is poorly equipped for sea voyage , say nothing of engaging in a battle with our splendid fl...
The farmers' Forum [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 11 June 1898
The farmers Forum Tho Farmers Forum Invites communications on all subjects from whatever point of view , the editor ol THE V OICE assuming no responsibility whatever for tho Ideas expressed . No communication should exceed 300 words in length . Calls This Democracy The Farmers Voice of May 14 thus exclaims against my definition of state socialism , in which no rule can become operative until approved by a majority of intelligent people , after due consideration and full and free discussion , and which is even then subject to resubmission if called for by the initiative and regular form . Yes , I call that Democracy , with a big D . If there can be a more democratic method of making laws I confess I am too obtuse to see how it could be done . Organized society must have laws or rules of action , and if there is any fairer way to enact those laws than by majority vote , subject to repeal by the majority if they find they have made a mistake , I should be glad to have The Voice indicat...
A Good Thing on the Farm [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 11 June 1898
A Good Thing on the Farm Herewith we Illustrate a handy wagon made by the Havana Metal Wheel Co ., who are among the best known makers of metal wheels . These are coming into use very rapidly , as they are not only lighter and stronger than wooden wheels , but the spokes and hubs are smaller and do not load with mud as wooden wheels do . These wheels can be fitted to any wagon so as to use either the wheels already on it or the metal wheels as desired . The handy wagon shown Is Just what Its name Implies —handy in every way—and for all hauling about the farm Is Immensely superior to the ordinary high-wheeled wagon , saving tho lift and lessening labor . One who has used one of these low-down wagons will never after feel like using a high one . This company issues a fine catalogue which they will be glad to send to our readers on being requested to do so . Address the Havana Metal Wheel Co ., Havana , 111 ..
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 11 June 1898
Cure Constipation and yon cure its consequences . These are some of the consequences of constipation : Biliousness , loss of appetite , pimples , sour stomach , depresaion , x ! oated tongue , nightmare , palpitation , cold feet , debility , dizziness , weakness , backache , vomiting , jaundice , piles , pallor , stitch , irritability , nervousness , headache , torpid liver , heartburn , foul breath , sleeplessness , drowsiness , hot skin , cramps , throbbing head . Avar s J w # JT * # tt * n ¦ * un Cm m mmm ^ W foe Gonatfpatlon Dr . J . C . Ayer s Pills are a specific for all diseases of the liver , stomach , and bowels , I suffered from constipation which assumed such an obstinate form that I feared it would cause a stoppage of the bowels . After vainly trying various remedies , I began to take Ayers Fills . Two boxes effected a complete cure . D . BURKE , Saco , Me . . For eight years I was afflicted with constipation , which became so bad that the doctors could do no more for me...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 11 June 1898
^ L I ] I * 8 easy to ) haul a bi S t . // load up . a 7 / bi s hiU if J ^ you grease ^ the wagon wheels with MICA Axle Grease a learn why it s the best grease ever put on an axle . Sold everywhere HSS ^ J f _ j ^^ £ J pMrpPplairEH m \ I 9 ^/ I \^ ^ l »\ 5 KfcUK m ¦ KC ^ VT ^ H ^ B ^ SS ^ ^ ^ M H H ¦ ^ m Get box and V V V .
The Anti-Gossip League [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 11 June 1898
The Anti-Gossip League By Effie W . Merriman IN TWO FARTS-FART II S * W *** 99 WWW 9 ¥ WfiW 9 W 9 WWWWWWWn THE little church at Bichfield never had held so large an audience as made its appearance on the following Sabbath . Mrs . Belden came in late , but when she entered the door everyone was pleased to see that she was not alone . She wore a new gray dress , and close by her side walked the stranger who had sung to her for so many evenings . Bob looked at them in dismay . Thunder and lightning ! he gasped . I didnt think her such a fool as that . Ill horsewhip that old hypocrite tonight ! Bob was decidedly uncomfortable . He had not counted on anyone but himself having a speaking acquaintance with his tramp ; now , there was no telling what difficulties might arise . An expectant rustle in the church aroused him from his revery . The Rev . Jay Smith was about to pronounce the benediction and—there had been no wedding . The last word of the benediction had hardly been spoken , when...
Stop ! Women , [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 11 June 1898
Stop ! Women , And consider that in addressing Mrs . Pinkham you are confiding your private ills to a woman—a woman whose experience in treating woman s diseases is greater than that of any living physician , male or female . You can talk freely to a woman whem it is revolting to relate your private troubles to a man ; . besides , a man does ; not understand , simply because he is a man . MRS . PINKHAMS STANDING INVITATION . Women suffering from any form of female weakness are invited to promptly communicate with Mrs . Pinkham , at Lynn , Mass . All letters are received , opened , read and answered by women only . A woman can freely talk of her private illness to a woman . Thus has been established the eternal confidence between Mrs . Pinkham and the women of America which has never been broken . Out of the vast volume of experience which she has to draw from , it is more than possible that she has gained the very knowledge that will help your case . She asks nothing in return excep...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 11 June 1898
j TIRED IHOUSEWIVES ! $ Are you looking for something a % that will make you forget ! Send tt &gt; * for W A QUEER DILEMMA f jjj It is a new book by Effie W . $ © Merriman , the popular editor of $ $ The Housekeeper , and author $ % of several well-known books . Q &gt; A She has been a tired housewife $ $ herself and knows the benefit of &lt; K % A GOOD LAUGH . $ S &gt; The book provides the laugh . $ $ It is not an expensive luxury , for x 5 J 5 in paper covers it costs $ I ONLY TWENTY-FIVE CENTS . | m Address The Franklin Taylor * ® Publishing Co ,, Minneapolis , S &lt; K Minn , Box 376 . . $ 3 « €€€€€€€€ i € e € : € @ e €€ 3 e €€€€€€ &lt;? ArmflSaff TRY IT FREE ii TaTT ** for SO days in your own home and HES K ^ K ^ BVBSSV 6 ftve to ® * ° * 25 * NomoneylnadTanee . nUt JSBW N 900 Kenwood fflrchine for $ 28 . 00 BElSl yflMWBn $ 50 Arlington Machine for - 919 . 50 ¦ nl YpWlBsli Singers ( Made by us ) $ 8 , $ 11 . 50 , 915 &lt; ...
Our Boys and Girls [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 11 June 1898
Our Boys and Girls The Little School Ma am Speak of queen and empress , ¦ Or of other ladies royal , Not one of them has half the power , Or subjects half so loyal , As she , the little sohoolma am , Who trips along the way To take the chair she makes a throne At nine o clock each day . Her rulo is ever gentle ; . Her tones are low and sweet ; She is very trim and tidy From her head unto her feet ; And it matters very little If her eyes be brown or blue ; They simply read your Inmost heart Whene er she looks at you . The children bring her presents—Red apples , flowers galore—For all the merry girls and boys This aueen of theirs adore . The darling little sohoolma am , Who reigns without a peer In a hundred thousand olass-rooms This gayly flying year . —Margaret E . Sangster How John Won Success John Grant , a strong , healthy boy , eighteen years old , fairly good-looking , having an English high-school education , a quick perception of business methods and one years experience in ...