Elephind.com contains 25,370 items from Farmers Voice
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,057 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Garden and Orchard [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 July 1898
Garden and Orchard Horticultural All Sorts At the recent Texas Farmers congress H . P . Hillyer of Bowie , Texas , told how he had utilized his surplus fruit by canning it and selling it at a good price . This without the help of a cannery . He said a local cannery , of which he was a director , paid a 35 per cent dividend last year from fruit that otherwise , would have been a total loss . -He said a common mistake was to build canneries too large . They should be built of small capacity at first and enlarged as experience taught the most profitable way to manage . Most cannery enterprises , he said , were due to boring with too large augurs . He suggested that small fruit growers could make money preserving their own fruit , not only for home use , but for sale , quoting the case of a neighbor who had made a practical and successful evaporator out of a dry-goods box and by it saved a crop that would otherwise have been wasted , realizing 75 cents a bushel for his peaches . Mr . Ke...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 July 1898
POTASH . To underfeed and overwork an animal . is not economy . It is equally unwise to treat your soil in like manner . In these . days of small profits it is necessary to get the largest crops from the least number of acres . This can be accomplished by thorough cultivation , suitable rotation and proper use of fertilizers . Failures occur whenever fertilizers are deficient in Potash . II you want lo learn all about fertilizers , their com . position , use and effect , send for our free illustrated pamphlets on this subject . GERMAN KALI WORKS , 93 Nassau St ., N . T .
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 July 1898
SMIBICYCIIS / K §\\ raSS ^\\ # s / £ z &amp; wl ! % k \ t 0 T 5 , en &gt; Women , Girls IcSilEsarnmc | fcSjisj | = yr ! Bo 3 8 , Complete line . li ^ JBSUjWSSj IV ^ SjKJJSjf / MlbrandneKmodela . \ X 4 flmS ^ X NjOT / K ^ 5 » M , 0 » ltwot 4 , lte | M . M i NSgMJSf f ¦* NSySiS ^ « 00 Arlington » ( 84 . 50 __ NoMoney In Advance . OtbersatS 15 , $ 17 Md $ 20 WRITE TOlUlTror SPECIAL OFFER . j „ rennM $ 7 . 00 to $ 12 . 11 ) Shipped anywhere C . O . D . with privilege to examine . Buy direct from manufacturers . save agents &amp; dealers profits Larue Ulna . Catalogue Free . CASH BUYERS UNION , 168 W . Vonllurcn Street , It- 60 , Chicago , Ills . ntSjMElGUS JsJmiM The Best Cider and Wine Mill JsHWia made . Will mate 20 per cent , mote 1 SSEHE &amp; H ci ( ier than any other . Geared . out- ¦» \ S 3 SBCSk BWe - Perfectly Adjnstnble . ,. lBfttEfflfl Prices as low as any first-class mill . HIIIilMD Mfre . pf Hay Presses , Horse Powers . PSSHiPSg Corn Shelters...
Live Stock and Dairy [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 July 1898
Live Stock and Dairy Prize-Ring Breeding Stock It is a well-known fact among live stock breeders that any animal which has been kept in the high condition demanded of prize stock at our fairs and expositions is not thereafter as good for breading purposes as that which has been kept in proper breeding condition . A good many years- ago prizes were awarded to breeding stock on the showing made in its progeny and the evidence it showed to the Judges that it possessed good breeding points . Gradually this criterion has been abandoned and we have kept getting farther and farther away from the breeder s ideal and nearer the butcher s , until now an animal that is brought into the show ring in breeding condition has not the faintest chance of winning a prize . Entire herds of cattle have been ruined as breeders by being kept abnormally fat during a long fair season and pampered during the preceding summer in order properly to fit them for exhibition according to the standard of show anima...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 July 1898
Buggies , Carts , Surreys , Phastons , Spring and H Farm Wagons , Harness , etc . The kind that EH suit . Shipped from factory to user at 16 to 40 BBJ per cent saving . Goods shipped subject to BH examination . Every rlgwarranted . 80 Styles . ¦¦ Koad Wagons , 823 . 50 ; Top Buggies , 820 . 90 ; BBJ l » onanza $ 50 Buggles , 839 . 90 ; SpriugWagons , BBJ 838 ; Canopy Top Surreys , 880 . I W Send for Thebeti Vehicle Catalogue of the BBJ Ivear . Postage 4 cents . ( Catalogue FREE . ) BBJ A . J . cimvn A WOK , st . iiOHU , jMg 1 _ M nUKOGJtKSBT HOO » -Kesrlstete « it ** . LSead stamp for 64-page catalogue , Illustrate * , ¦ rices ami history . Useful Information to yonM Carters . J . U . STONEBRAKRR , Panola , III Mi WOOL and PELTS to JAS . MCMILLAN &amp; co ., inc ., Minneapolis , Minn . Boat aHl ( KB KBta oi Wlieoniln , Iowa an * Xaasai . SEND TOR SOUTH DAKOTA FARMS Completely descriptive of th » beat agricultural and dairy section on earth . It cost * you nothing —Just send ...
Poultry and Bees [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 July 1898
Poultry and Bees Remedies for Gapes A valued exchange contains two remedies for gapes . One is to feed them sour milk and buckwheat from infancy up to adult age ; the other is simply a piece of copperas in their drinking water . This sort of information has the merit of being entirely original and to the same degree useless . Sour milk and buckwheat is a pretty good combination to make a chicken grow , and chickens that are growing thriftily usually escape from severe attacks from the gapes . The copperasin the drinking water is a distinct failure as far as gapes are concerned , and if it has any effect at &gt; all on the chicks it is rather detrimental than otherwise . The gapes is caused by the presence of a little worm with a very long name in the trachea or windpipe of the little fowl . Where this worm comes from is something of a mystery , but those best informed think it is a parasite that infests the angleworm during the early portion of its life , leaving the worm at...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 July 1898
/^ W ^ Si I / I / ¦ _ J - * J M U = ji ^ =- LOVES C- ^ JS * FLOWER GARDEN . • In Love s Flower Garden there is the full-blown rose of married happiness and the holy perfume of joyous motherhood for every woman who takes proper care of her health in a womanly way . For the weak , sickly , nervous ,. despondent woman , who suffers untold miseries in silence from weakness and disease of the delicate organs concerned in wifehood and motherhood , there are only thorns , and to her the-per-fume of motherhood is the aroma of death . No woman is fitted for the responsibilities of wifehood and the duties of motherhood who is a sufferer in this way . Every woman may be strong and healthy in a womanly way , if she will . It lies witk herself . She needs , in the first place , a little knowledge of the reproductive physiology of women . This she can obtain by securing and reading a copy of Dr . Pierce s Common Sense Medical Adviser . It contains 1008 pages and over 300 illustrations . It tells ...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 July 1898
ITALIAN I QUEENSn * E J ¦ And a Year s Subscription to » 3 THERURALIST ft J FOR S 1 . 00 , | J J . O . GRlflVSLEY , J J Byrdstouun , Xenn . Wt * l Member of National Queen Breeders Union , m * ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥ ** byWefcdt / SEOTION SEVEN . PERFECT ( hlCa ^ O &amp; AMERICAS PASSENGER / J ™ TIT * M ° 8 T p 0 , ut ¦* , . SERVICE . . HltOHlrn * RAILROAD . The direct , beat and only completely rock ballasted , durtlesrf line between , CHICAGO and KANSAS CITY , CHICAGO and ST . LOUIS , CHICAGO and PEORIA , ST . LOUIS and KANSAS CITYJ Thrown PnllmoniervlOB from Chicago to / HOT SPRINGS , ARKANSAS , DENVER , COLORADO , AND-CALIFORNIA . JAUS CtUSMQS , Oaural PuMBior ud Xfctot A «» t » UUCMO , nutim ,
NOTES OF THE DAY 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 July 1898
NOTES OF THE DAY 1 CUBA for the Cubans—this primary cause for intervention still continues to be the guiding principle of all our movements concerning that island of people . The reports that came from the army of the indolence and lack of fighting qualities of the Cuban forces led many to declare against the Cuban , but sober second thought has caused them to reconsider their earlier decision and to take account of the conditions which have operated to bring about the mental and moral state of the insurgents ; Just as the American negro was the victim of injustice , so the Cuban has suffered from centuries of oppression . Indeed , he was born-into it , and what he is to-day is due to evolutionary processes which have advanced him to the plane of an insurgent—a revolutionist against tyranny and robbery . iWe ought not to expect more of him than he is . More than that , many Cubans are intelligent , high-minded men . It will be a mistake for this country to change its first view of t...
The Farmers' Forum [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 July 1898
The Farmers Forum Toe Farmers Forum Invites communications on all lubjects from -whatever point of view , the editor of TUB V OICE assuming no responsibility whatever for the Ideas expressed . No communication should exceed 300 words In length . The Texas Farmers Congress . A notable gathering was the Texas Farmers congress , held at the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas July 14 and 15 . It was composed of representative planters , farmers , horticulturists and stockmen of that great state . More than 250 were in attendance and a permanent organization was effected . The congress will meet annually and discuss the needs of rural Texas and confer . with the officials of the college for the common good . As a result of this congress the legislature of Texas will be asked to provide for farmer s institutes in every part of the state , for more experiment stations in order that crops may be tested in every part of the state with its varied crops and soil ; for another agricul...
Woman and Home [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 July 1898
Woman and Home Send Me Not mine to mount to courts where seraphs sing , ; Or glad archangels soar on outstretched wing ; Not mine , in union with celestial choirs , To sound heavens trump or strike the gentler wires ; Not mine to stand enrolled at crystal gates , Where Michael thunders or where Uriel waits . But lesser worlds a Father s kindness know . Be mine some simple service hero below—To weep with those who weep their joys to share , Their pains to solace or their burdens bear ; Some widow In her agony to meet , Some exile in his new-found home to greet ; To serve some child of thine , and so serve ¦ thee . Lo here am I : to such a work send me . —E . E . Hale . The Other Woman The doctor lifted his head from his examination to find his patient s eyes fixed , with a searching glance , upon his face . Well , doctor , what is your verdict ? You will tell me exactly what my prospect is , if you please ? He was rather a wise man , was this country doctor . He gave one quick , expl...
AS OPEKATION AVOIDED . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 July 1898
AS OPEKATION AVOIDED . Mrs . Rosa Gaum Writes to Mrs . Pinkham About it . She Says : DEAB MBS . PINKHAM : —I take pleastire in writing you a few lines to inform you of the good your Vegetable Compound has done me . I cannot thank you enough for what your medicine has done for me ; it has , indeed . helped me wonderfully . For years I was troubled with an /_ , ovarian tumor , /&amp; eachyeargrow- f ^ Ljjj ing worse , un- I ^ til at last I a 1 ^* was compelled 7 to consult with ^^ a physician . y ^ « He said , ^^ T nothing could ^ * 4 be done for me but to go under an operationIn speaking with a friend of mine about it , she recommended Lydia E . Pink-ham s Vegetable Compound , saying she knew it would cure me . I then sent for your medicine , and after taking three bottles of it , the tumor disappeared . Oh ! you do not know how much good your medicine has done me . I shall recommend it to all suffering women . —Mrs . EOSA GAUM , 720 Wall St ., Los Angeles , Cal . The great a...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 July 1898
NURSES How to cecome a trained nurse at home for private practice . Is taught by The Evarts Home Training School for Nurses LA PORTE CITY , IA . A 2-cent stamp brings particulars . !&amp;¦¦ TRY IT FREE ¦ i wOiii iff * or 3 ° da ? s In y ° ur own home and ¦^ ngSaSSBBaSTBaye ilOtotgfi . No money In advance . ^ HBRL JEKA W ° Kenwood M ^ hlne for $ 38 . 00 IM \ / HMffl gfin Arlington Mathlnefor - 919 . 60 mTm vMf HU ^ Stagers ( Made by us ) $ 8 , $ 11 . 50 , $ 1 S j III / VSMETl and 27 other styles . All attainments £ Mr TBM fttVS . ffe pnj freight . Buy from 1 n ¥ rtiPI factory . Save agents large profits . * HB—WMfM Orer 100 , 000 In me . Catalogue and glaWQKgHCJitestlmonlals Free . Write at once . t ^ i 7 T ^ uar — &lt; ta &gt;• MSH BUYERS ONION S 8-164 West Von Buren St ., It 01 ) Chicago , Ills . American Flag Beautifully printed In two colors at one impression—just the thing for your stationery . Only 10 cents for sample with pad inked ready for use Agents ...