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Farmers as Fanciers [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898

Farmers as Fanciers By common consent any one who breeds pure-bred poultry or pets of any kind is known as a fancier . He may be a poultry fancier or a dog fancier , or a bird fancier , as the case may be . As a rule , when we hear a man called a fancier in this country it is because he breeds or fancies fine poultry . If he breeds dogs , cats or birds the stock he breeds will be named in speaking of him . Farmers should every one be fanciers in the American sense of the word , because it has been proven time and again that in nine cases out of ten pure-bred poultry is the most profitable . Like all rules , this one has its occasional exception . For instance , a year ago last spring the writer bought a nondescript mongrel hen to use in hatching a brood of chickens . She proved to be an exceptionally good mother , and , as she began to lay soon after weaning her chicks aiid by this means paid her way , she was kept with the expectation of having her become broody early in the spring...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
The Range of Bees [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898

The Range of Bees Bees have a wonderful instinct in the matter of direction or locality in some respects , and in others they are easily lost . They have been known to fly as far as eight miles from home and find their way back , but if , while they were gone , their particular hive had been moved ten feet from the place where it stood when they left , they were unable to find it . If there is but one colony of bees the hive may be moved a few feet without being lost to those individuals away from home at the time , but probably twenty feet is the limit of their ability to find it . One would naturally think they would fly at once to the hive in its new situation , but instead they invariably return to the place where they left their home , and if it is not there they crawl around in a dejected sort of a way until they perish . Bees will fly regularly five miles in order to gather stores , but this distance takes too much time going and coining to make their work profitable . Three ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
POULTRY AND BEE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898

POULTRY AND BEE NOTES Keep the grass about the hives closely cut . A good way is to keep a little space before the hives covered with coal ashes mixed with clay and beaten down solid . This gives a place for loaded bees to settle , as they very often miss the entrance to the hive in alighting , and if there is long grass there fail to get in at all . Select the hens that moult early to keep as breeders . Such hens make winter layers , because they have a full suit of plumage when winter comes . As hens grow older they moult later in the season , so in selecting make allowance for age . Wyandottes are coming into favor again , especially the white variety . They were always a good breed , but hard to get true to color , an objection that does not apply to the whites . Never blow your breath on bees when manipulating them . This is considered a deep insult in the highest bee society and is always resented . See that a plentiful supply of water is available for the bees . They use a co...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898

ITALIAN ™ QUEENHT i 1 I And a Year s Subscription to jj ! THE RURALIST j FOR $ 1 . 00 , l i S j J . O . GRimSLEY , I Byrdstown , Tenti . S I Member of National Queen Breeders Union , jj ff **** ¥ ***** ¥ r ? ¥ V 9 f ¥¥¥ > 9 ¥ 9 * It rests with you whether 70 a continue the ^ s ^^ B nerTe-kfiling tobacco habit . NU-TO-UACL / fl L ^^ H removes the desire for tobacco , with irf ^ T A ^^ H out nervous distress , expels nicq ^ fl ^ IVf ^ PST tine , purifies the blood , re- > nll I m ^ - > F T 6 o 5 ,. stores lost manhood , - ^ i yi 4 T 11 L > w *(> 00 box <>* P a J LZ 0 U stronger ! I m llA sold , 400 . 000 in health , nerve ^^^ B w I PKP ^ cases cured . Bur » i > dpocke ^> W m Ji L ^ NO-TO-BACfrom « ^ 1 l ^^ wvpr ^ our own drugrgrist . who * > s * fL g 11 aa ^^ fc- ^ wiU vouch forufl . Take it with iK ^ tfl 1 I ^ L ^^* will , patiently , persistently . Ono ^^^ V ^ A ^ box . SU u...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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f I I NOTES OF THE DAY { % A , [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898

f I I NOTES OF THE DAY { % A , WAR issues seem to dominate the political conventions ,, and there is much division of sentiment in both of the old parties as to the future policy of this nation as regards territorial expansion . In the Nebraska state Republican convention an attempt was made to eliminate the money question entirely , but this was defeated after a hot fight in committee , and the convention reiterated its goldstandard currency ideas in the platform . Senator Thurston was the permanent chairman of Jthe convention , which may explain in pant the failure of the convention to discuss annexation . Mr . Thurston is opposed to annexation . There is no doubt but that the Stone wing of the Missouri Democracy would like to have adopted a jingo platform , but that sterling old Democrat , Richard P . Bland , stampeded the extreme jingoes , compelling a modification of their views in the platform , which reindorses the Chicago platform ; insists on the strict maintenance of the M...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
The Farmers' Forum [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898

The Farmers Forum The Farmers Forum Invites communications on all subjects from whatever point of view , tho editor ot THE V OICE assuming no responsibility whatever for tho Ideas expressed . No communication should exceed 300 words in length . The Law of Service To the Editor : —The real objection to the single tax proposition is not an objection involving mere questions of expediency , or fear whether the single tax would destroy private property in land , but the grossly immoral manner in which single taxers unwittingly seek to attain their ends , viz ., by brute force of majority . It is curious how long it takes reformers to learn that progress is not a matter of law and doctrine , but of service ( competition ); a natural law or force which governs the entire universe and governs it despotically ; a force that invariably operates through natural selection , or , what is the same , voluntary association . The trust rules by divine right , the right of voluntary and superior ser...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
The Farmer and the Single Tax [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898

The Farmer and the Single Tax To the Editor : —The single taxers of the country are to be congratulated that they have in their ranks such men as T . T . Ripley , and Mr . Ripley is to be congratulated that he is able to explain the single tax to the farmers in such plain and concise language as was quoted in The Farmers Voice of July 30 . There is a reason for the farmer not having understood the single tax better than he has in the past and I have come to the conclusion that it is our fault and not the farmer s . When attempting to explain the single tax to the farmer we have been led to go into lengthy details and try to tell him what some of the effects would be instead of taking a short cut and telling him in plain W . ords what it is . The single tax as applied to the farmer means that he shall pay a tax on the value of his land exclusive of improvements . Suppose a farmer owns a farm . of 160 acres ; under the single tax he would be taxed on the value of this land . Now suppo...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
> Queries and Answers [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898

> Queries and Answers X saw in The Farmers Voice : Home linn alio that a new . company had been formed in Chicago for loaning money upon farm property called the Amortizement System . I would like to know something about th ( organization . Please let mo know in yom next Week issue .. J . D . N . LaPorte , Irid . The . name of the , corporation is thfi Peareon-Taft Land Credit company . Its secretary is 0 . E ; Taft ; its location in the Hartford building , Chicago . In this connection it is interesting to quote Mr . Taft s statement made this week that out of $ 9 , 000 , 000 of farm loans , the company has been compelled to foreclose on only $ 17 , 000 worth of property . I notice the term jingo used very frequently these clays in discissions of our future policy regarding the Spanish colonies . What . is the origin and meaning of I he word ? Uockford , ill . A . M . \ V . Originally a jingo was one of thai party in Great Britain which advocated the cause of the Turks in...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Changing Loss to Profit [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898

Changing Loss to Profit Charles A . Riedel recently addressed the farmers near Pearl City , 111 ., as follows : The farm shipping plan where farmers have not been over cautious , and have investigated it , has saved money . The plan of farmers direct shipments of grain to Chicago has spread to so many points that it can no longer be called new . Every farmer should transact his own business and help add something to his own neighborhood . The farmer who tries direct shipments will feel more like a business man than he ever did before in his life . When farmers land their produce in Chicago without paying 3 or 4 cents a bushel tax to some one to ship it for them , then , and not till then , will they become independent business men . When you dispose of your grain at home , what do you do ? How much do you give an unnecessary middleman to pay the freight on your grain for you ? Possibly you dont know . If you did you wouldnt pay it . That you have neglected so long to do -business as...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898

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Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898

IMlCArJ I Avi c load ~ 1 V JEiM Xk |^ l shortens M ( CREASE 1 Makes the wagon pull easier , ¦ helps the team . Saves wear M ^^~ and expense . Sold Jyf ; ^^ F everywhere . ^^ B « WlllfiED ) C ruuriKG irlnUCn O mmmui FEED GRINDER A MONEY MAKER AND SAVER . A double Grinder with three burrs . Center-draft . Can lie attached toany tlzo or make of pumplne wind lllL , E . B . WINGER , „ 532 Kenwood Terrace , Chicago , III Uui / mrxw 4 M FPFF 3 vim WSKS iJffiP ^ t efHI f K 11 )) OJJ ; iK , s . Ail dif- ¦ rferS ^^ l fereiit- Patterns . iw 5 v - * S > ll Large Bread-Plato Contcrk ri « v J liecoi HHnclies aeross ; . 2 ( MIL ; [ ku / tfj I SBM | Plato dollies ; will please any L i & t * . iJ ^ , J l vl y- KondlS 2-ct , stamps !« V ^! K IMJfjl fir a year s subscription to Ifllllwtk iswiiiH 0 1 Illustrated -Magazine for ¦> Home and Farm and we will . mall these Fine Doilies Fni-: i :. v FAK . MKHS KKA . L . M , HVKAOUSE , X . Y .- Copyright , 1898 , ccfyHON SEVEN...

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Woman and Home [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898

Woman and Home i I Kissed the Cook I kissed the cook-ah , me , she was divine ! Cheeks peachy , dark brown eyes , lips red as wine ; Long apron , with a bow , A cap as white as snow—By far too tempting , so I kissed the cook . I kissed the cook , this angel from the skies , And yet I did not take her by surprise , fwas mean , I will allow , But if youll make the vow To keep it , Ill tell you how 1 kissed the cook . I kissed the cook-poor , helpless little lass , The chance so good I could not let it pans . Her hands were in the dough ; She dare not spoil , you know , My Sunday suit , and so I kissed the cook . I kissed the cook . I might have been more strong But then I guess it wasnt very wrong , For just tween you and me , The cook s my wife , is she , Sn Td a riKht , you see . to kiss the cook . -James Courtney Challiss , in AVliat to Eat .

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Good Nature [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898

Good Nature Said a mother once to an old family friend , What shall I bring up my boy to be ? The boy in question was in his cradle and a lord , chancellors wig was perhaps among the least of the adornments that the mother pictured for the little flaxen head . Bring him up to he good-natured , was the answer , and it fell chill on her ambitions . Yet what better training for the child—what better promise of happiness for all around him—than was implied in that advice ? Discipline , self-restraint , active helpfulness are all included in it ; good nature is the home and homely side to the biggest of philanthropists . Charity , says an ancient proverb , is the salt which keeps wealth from corruption ; hut salt after all is more or less a luxury of the table , and some wealthy folks seem quite content to run the risk , and to put up with the merest pinch by way of flavor . Yet , if reckoning it essential , and moreover , delighting in its taste , we call charity the salt of life , no l...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
The Things We Sing [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898

The Things We Sing When we read anything that pleases us , the , flrst question , with most people , is as to who wrote it , but the vast majority of people will sing and love a song or a hymn for years and , if asked who wrote the words or composed the music , could not tell—they never gave it a thought . To prove this , let each reader ask himself before reading farther , who wrote the long metre Doxology , which probably they have sung as long as they can remember . They will stand and sing Praise God From Whom all Blessings Flow and perhaps one in a hundred can tell that the author of it was an English BishopThomas Ken—who lived from 1637 to 1711 . Hundreds of others who sing and love the evening hymn , Glory to Thee , My God , this Night , and the morning hymn , Awake My Soul , have no idea that they are the work of the same man who wrote the Doxology . * * * Songs of all sorts are written , hecome popular for a season , and are heard no more , but there is another clasa which ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
For Mothers [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898

For Mothers To bring up a child in the way he should go , travel that way yourself . Stories first heard at a mother s knee are never wholly forgotten , a little spring that never dries up in our journey through scorching years . The sooner you get a child to he a law unto himself , the sooner you will make a man of him . Children need models more than criticism . We can never check what is evil in the young unless we cherish what is good in them . Line upon line , precept upon precept , we must have in a home . But we must also have serenity , peace , and the absence of petty faultfinding , if home is to be a nursery fit for heaven s growing plants . There are no men or women , however poor they may be , but have it in . heir power by the grace of God to leave hehind them the grandest thing on earth , character ; and their children might rise up after them and thank God that their mother was a pious woman , or their father a pious man . —Dr . McLeod .

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
A Hot Tamale Lunch [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898

A Hot Tamale Lunch A novel and original entertainment which was recently given by the Ladies Aid society of a certain church in a western city was a hot tamale lunch . There were five tables beautifully decorated . The first , which was ornamented with a profusion of violets , had a large platter of cold tongue at either end garnished with curled parsley . At regular intervals around each platter were thirteen bunches of violets , tied with violet ribbons . The centerpiecs was a tall glass pitcher with a violet ribbon suspended over the nose of the pitcher and the top falling half-way down on the other side , with nine bunches of violets fastened at intervals to the ribbon . Outside of the pitcher were fifteen bunches of violets laid so as to form a circle . When tea or coffee was served at this table a small hunch of sweet , violets was laid in the saucer . The California poppy table came next trailing vines of smilax were laid cor nerwise across the table . At regular intervals of...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Salt-Sea Water as a Cure [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898

Salt-Sea Water as a Cure Drink freely of sea water , is the advice , according to which nearly all the physicians at the summer resorts are giving to their patients this season , particularly those who are afflicted with disorders of the Aidneys , liver or stomach . Keep your mouth open while you are bathing . You cant take too much . It may nauseate you at first , but you will soon begin to like it . Flush your stomach and kidneys . The salt water of the ocean is one of the finest remedies for internal disorders that an all-wise Creator has provided , and fortunately there is plenty of it . Take it in through the mouth as well as the pores of the skin . It will do you as much good inside as outside . For chronic biliousness or chronic dyspepsia there is nothing better . I know of no more effective tonic for a sluggish liver and , fortunately , there is no danger of an overdose . You never saw an old sailor with dyspepsia or suffering from nervous prostration or insomnia , although ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
MRS . LUCY GOODWIN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898

MRS . LUCY GOODWIN Suffered four years with female troubles . She now writes to Mrs . Pinkham of her complete recovery . Bead her letter : DEAR MRS . PINKHAM : —I wish you to publish what Lydia E . Pinkham s Vegetable Compound , Sanative Wash have done ^^^^_ and Liver Pills ^^ J ^ k . for ^ ^ EK ^ L . me < WfiSrx ^^ ¦ • su ^ 816 * maO ff ) W for four years w & \ with womb y I trouble . My rJ __ M doctor said I vTT 7 hadf ailing of A I the womb . I ^ yfc ¦> also suffered * -v efc ! with nervous /~ J prostration , faint , all-gone feelings , palpita tion of the heart , bearing-down sensation and painful menstruation . I could not stand but a few minutes at a time . When I commenced taking your medicine I could not sit up half a day , but before I had used half a bottle I was up and helped about my work . I have taken three bottles of Lydia E . Pinkham s Vegetable Compound and used one package of Sanative Wash , and am cured of all my troubles . I feel...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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