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Poultry and Bees [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 1 January 1898

Poultry and Bees Belgian Hares Hares cannot by any stretch of imagination be called poultry , but a good many poultrymen are beginning to raise them on account of the ease with which they are kept and the good prices they bring in the city markets . The females are very prolific , breeding several times a year and bringing forth from fodr to six at a time . Four is as many as she should be allowed to keep for best results . During the summer they fatten on grass , pursley , dandelions , plantain and other vegetation and in winter eat any kind of hay and grain . Clover for Poultry Strange as it may seem , poultry does well on hay as a part of its ration , if it is the right kind of hay . Good , bright clover hay , cut fine and steeped and mixed with wheat shorts , makes a fine feed for laying hens , as the clover contains more minerals than grain and is besides rich in protein , which goes to make eggs . So great has become the demand for clover . for fowls among those who live in to...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Bee-Keepers' Column . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 1 January 1898

Bee-Keepers Column . Queries and communications for this department should bo addressed to J . 0 , Orlmsley , Byrdstown , lenn Notes From fly Diary BY 3 . 0 . OMM 8 LK . Y . ¦ Bees The number of eggs laid in twenty-four hours varies according to the condition of things , but it is generally conceded that a good queen will deposit , on an average , 2 , 000 to 3 , 000 eggs per day of twenty-four hours . I believe Mr . Benton puts the limit at about 4 , 000 , and while that is a pretty large estimate , I am a little inclined to agree that an extra good queen may reach that number occasionally . But let s see ; that is an average of an egg each 21 . 6—or , in round numbers , 21 % seconds . That s laying in a whiz . Prof . Cook , author of Cook s Manual , says 3 , 000 per day , and then goes on and says the eggs from such a queen each twenty-four hours will weigh twice as much as the queen herself . Now for my own observation . I hived a swarm of Carniolans , headed by a number one breed...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 1 January 1898

When a young couple runs away to get married half the world says : How Romantic ! the other half says : How silly ! But you cant tell either way until the honey-moon is over . When this young couple get settled down to the regular hum-drum of life , theyll manage alfright and find solid happiness in any case , if they have good hearts and sound health . All depends on that . It s wonderful how much health , has to do with married happiness . Sickness affects the temper . You cant be happy nor make others happy if you re ailing . When you find yourself irritable , easily worried , beginning to run-down its because your blood is getting poor . You need richer blood and more of it . Your blood-making organs need to be vitalized by Dr . Pierce s Golden Medical Discov ery . It imparts new power to produce an abundance of the healthy , red corpuscles , and gives you a fresh supply of pure , rich blood . It s a blood-creator ; it is for everyone whose blood is impure or in a poor , run-dow...

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 — 1 January 1898

Italian I M Jfr ^^ ^_ _ Take the lead I *^ / Jk & Jfc ^^ when It comes M \ J ^ + ^ m ** * y to business . fly Queens are number one . i Buy of me once and you will again . tS-Seni for FREE Circular . J . O . GRIflSLEY , Byrdstown , Tenn . Member of National Queen Breeders Union . t Make Money undcrpruper conditions . Tliosecoudt . lions ore defined in onr niAMMOTH NEW POULTRY BOOK and CATA . LOG for 1898 , Hipper * tetter than r before . Printed In colors ; cuts nnd crlptlon of all lending breeds orfimlsi Itry house plans , tested remedies , i on poultry , eggs , etc . Worth $ 5 , but Dstpnld for lfi cents in stomps or coin . e « T . XV . Dealer Co . ox 67 Freeport , III . A SURE WINNER . ® 0 IM SUCCESSFUL INCUBATOR will prove it if you use it . . Send 60 for new 128 page catalog and study the merits of our machines . HasvalU able points onartlficial incubation * nd poultry culture generally . I We manufacture a greater rarlFety of Incubators and Broodera than any other ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
The Farmers' Forum [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 1 January 1898

The Farmers Forum The Farmers Forum invites communications nil on • ubjects from whatever point of view , the edltov of THB VOICE assuming no responsibility whatever for the ideas expressed No . communication should exceed 300 words inleigth . Illinois State Horticultural Society The forty-second annual meeting of the Illinois State Horticultural Society is in progress at Springfield as the Farmers Voice goes to press . The program this year is an exceptionally good one , and the meeting which began Tuesday with a very fair attendance is one of the most interesting ever held in Illinois . Tuesday forenoon the report of the Treasurer , Arthur Bryant , was the first thing , followed by that of Secretary Henry M . Dunlap , the address of President T . E . Goodrich , and a summary of the work done at the experiment stations in 1897 by E . A . Reihl , director of stations . In the afternoon Prof . Davenport talked of the value of cow peas , Prof . Burrell of the soil management of orchar...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Agriculture Is Popular [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 1 January 1898

Agriculture Is Popular Prof . Davenport , dean of the Illinois Agricultural college , was a visitor at the office of The Farmers Voice this week Referring to the increased interest in agricultural education , Mr . Davenport said : It really appears that we who have been working to arouse an interest in the education of the farmers of the future are fairly to be swamped , so great has interest suddenly become . From every quarter come inquiries , and the other day Irecelved a visit from , the librarian of one of your Chicago educational institutions who informed me that there were-now more inquiries for works on agriculture than for any other class of books . Another thing that is as surprising as it is gratifying , the boys and girls who enter , the agricultural course are found to be as advanced as their fellows in the literary , . engineering and other departments , an . d in our future examinations we doubtless shall require as high standing for entrance . This is most gratifying...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 1 January 1898

KaH , £ Vegetable ( EH IjWII > Sicilian W 7 \ hair Kcncwcr m does for the hair just what its name ffifflv saysit does—it renews it . Fadinjr , llHf jailing , thin locks are stimulated to RMS look fresh and new by its use : n & - VBHI I have never found a preparation Bift » r the hair equal to Hall s Sicilian IfWmJ ) • Hair Renower . It keeps the scalp v *§ 5 f white and clean , promotes a healthy « P * l growth of hair , and renders it soft , fflfc ^ l glossy , and pliable . —Mrs . J . lu HHK

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 1 January 1898

KLONDYKE Guarantees a Fortune to Gold Seekers and Gold Investors . THE ALASKA TRANSPORTATION AND DEVELOPMENT COMPANY , Incorporated , ( apital $ 6 , 000 000 Non-Assessable , Is offering you an opportunity to become inter estea in the wonderful GOLD FIELDS without the hardship that the actual miner will have . The Rush Next Spring will be Tremendous . Our Company is Interested in transportation , in furnishing food and merchandise inppllai and In actual mining . In all of these ventutos money will be made by investing in the stock of the Alaska Transportation and Development Company . You are sure of a legitimate profit from its transportation department . You are s > re of a legitimate profit from our merchandising stores and warehouses . Anil you have a chance that always awaits a powerful and healthy Company in mining with improved methods that are beyond the individuals . Hence we say , confidently , you cannot afford to miss this opportunity . Do not Invest more than ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Woman and Home [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 1 January 1898

Woman and Home The Box from St . Mark s The ladies of St . Mark s Church wer gathered in the chapel one October daj , packing their annual missonary bol . From the stained glass windows thi lights fell across the pretty , energetic groups , made warm spots of color in the piles o bundles on the floor , and touched softly the hard outlines of the box itself . Merrily chatted the ladies . , ? ome were Amused at many of the contributions Sat had been sent in . Some wer laughing at the way they packed and unpacked and repacked . Some who had given until it meant self-denial , touched a happiness deeper than words . They worked busily all the morning . By noon the box was packed and tho janitor had nailed on the covers , and the ladies , with little sighs of satisfaction , were putting on their gloves and saying their thousand last words . They did not notice when the door was pushed timidly open and another woman entcrsd She was a pale , meagre little thing , dressed in shabby black , w...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 1 January 1898

A dull , throbbing pain , accompanied by a sense of tenderness and heat low down in the side , with an occasional shooting pain , indicates inflammation . The region of pain shows some swelling . This is the first stage of ovaritis , inflammation of the ovary . If the roof of vour house leaks , my sister , you have it fixed at once ; why not pay the j same respect to your own body ? / Write to Mrs . \ Pinkham , Lynn , ( Mass ., and tell her > - all your f c »~< symptoms . T & £ fc Her experi- M ^ ence in r fl ^ J treating % 1 ^ 9 female ills 3 B is greater ^^ than any other living person . The following from MRS . ANNIE CURTIS , Ticonderoga , N . Y ., is proof of what we say : For nine years I suffered with female weakness in its worst form . I was in hed nearly a year with congestion of the ovaries . I also suffered with falling of the womb , was very weak , tired all the time , had such headaches as to make me almost wild . Was also troubled with ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 1 January 1898

J Crimped-Crust Bread * SWEET , RICH , nOlST , . ^ ggjg & fev H SENSE-DELIGHTING . fC ^^ [ Made by a process re- K ^ 9 | N taining the full flavor- sSSffiffiB H of the superior materi- S 2 » rj | al | als used ; baked . f & slSJffl >< in clean , hand- f ffi »» SrKi ?< somely equipped / ^* jJitlB , ] shops ; served to / SpSs-Smsi H assure perfect V *^ C , *^ fl K ^^ 8 * cleanliness , it J ^ HsSffli H satisfies the _ g ^^ Wm ^ BU M most fastidious . 0 ^ ^ SaHBaW ^ ! J It s easy to get the genuine . For 2 M cents we send a sample loaf and the W shop s address thatll serve you . J THE ASBURY-PAINE MFG . CO ., Phila ., Pa . V ^/ V / VN / VN / VNN / HX ^/ VVX / SJ ^ W ) ONE WOMANS EXPERIENCE $ ) WITH THE I \ FARMERS VOICE ( ) SEWING MACHINE / ) Read what she has to say about iti C S Frankfort , S , D , ( Nov , 26 , 97 . i 5 ¦ Editor Farmers Voicei We re / J P ceived the sewing machine about a v 1 month ggo , We have done quite an / ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Ralph Field ' s flission [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 1 January 1898

Ralph Field s flission We know of no more appropriate time to tell the following story of one boya heroism and the wonderful things he has accomplished because of his devotion to high purpose than upon this day of the New Year , when Farmers Voice boys and girls , like all the other young people of the world , are counting up the past and seeking to find a way for nobler achievement . ¦ -Hdw many of our young friends , sitting in comfortable homes provided by loving parents , and reading these words under , r the bright study lamp this cold winter night , realize that there are 60 ,- 000 young boys wandering up and down this ! wonderful land of ours without a home , without a place to lay their weary heads , without a mother s smile or a father s counsel ? Does not the thought that this is true stir one to effort that the lives of these young folk may be made happier and of greater value to themselves and to the world ? So young Ralph Field , himself a boy tramp , was stirred , and ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
The Newsboy ' s Christmas [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 1 January 1898

The Newsboy s Christmas Merry Christmas in the Tenements is the title of an article by Jacob A . Riis in the December Century . Mr . Riis says : Tramp ! tramp ! comes to-morrow upon the stage . Two hundred and fifty pairs of little feet , keeping step , are marching to dinner in the Newsboys Lodginghouse . Five hundred pairs more are restlessly awaiting their turn up stairs . In prison , hospital and almhouse tonight the city is host , and gives of her plenty . Here an unknown friend has spread a generous repast for the waifs who all the rest of the days shift for themselves as best they can . Turkey , coffee and pie , with vegetables to fill in . As the file of eagle-eyed youngsters passes down the long tables , there are swift movements of grimy hands , and shirt-waists bulge , ragged coats sag at the pockets . Hardly is the file seated when the plaint rises : I aint got no pie ! It got swiped on me . Seven despoiled ones hold up their hands . The superintendent laughs—it is Chris...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Our Boys and Girls [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 1 January 1898

Our Boys and Girls When Papa Was a Boy When papa was a little boy You really couldnt find In all the State of Washington A child so quick to mind . His mother never called but once , And pa was always there ; He never made the baby cry , Or , pulled his sister s hair . He never / slid down banisters , Or made the slightest noise ; And never in his life was known To fight with other boys . He always studied hard at school , And got his lessons right ; And chopping wood and milking cows Were papa s chief delight . He always rose at six o clock And went to bed at eight , And never lay abed till noon And never sat up late . He Ilnished Latin , French and Greek When he was ten years old , And knew the Spanish alphabet As soon as he was told . He never grumbled when he had To do the evening chores , And ne er in all his life forgot To shut the stable doors . He never , never thought of play Until his work was done , He labored hard from break of day Until the set of sun . He never scraped...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
God's "Thank You " [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 1 January 1898

Gods Thank You A kind act is never lost , although the cousin Jack or other person for whom we do it may not thank- us . The doer always receives a reward , as this little story illustrates . Little Jack was a four-year-old , and a great pet of mine , with yellow curls and blue eyes ; and he had sweet , affectionate little ways . One day his cousin , a boy of sixteen , set Jack to work for him . He told him to pull up some weeds in the field while he finished his story . Little Jack worked away until his fingers were sore and his face very hot . I was working in my room when a very tired little boy come up to me . Why , Jackie , what have you been doing ? I asked . The tears came into his eyes , and his lips quivered , and for a moment he did not speak . Then toe said : I ve been kind to Cousin Jack . I worked dreffly hard for him , and he never said , Thank you , to me . Poor little Jackie ! I felt sorry for him . It was hard lines not to have a word of thanks after all his hard wo...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 1 January 1898

A New Cure for Kidney and Bladder Diseases , Rheumatism , etc . —Free to our Readers . DISORDERS of th « Kidneys nnd Bladder cuuse BRIGHTS DISEASE , RHEUMATISM . GRAVEL , PAIN IN THE BACK , FEMALE COMPLAINTS , URINARYDISORDERS , DROPSY , etc . For these diseases a POSITIVE SPECIFIC CURE is found in a new botanical discovery , the wonderful KAVA-KAVA ! SHRDB , called by botanists , the piper metliys ticum , from tbe Ounces river , East India . It has the extraordinary record of I 2 u 0 hospital cures in 30 days . It our ( . s ln 3 0 day ^ I ( . Mr . B . C . Wood , lowctt , iM . acts directly on the Kidneys nnd cures by draining out of ihe Blood the poisonous Uric Acid , Urates , Lithates , etc ., -which cause the diseased conditions . Rev . A C . Darling , of New Constantia , New York , testifies in the Christian Witness that It cured him of Kidney disease after sixteen years suffering . Hon . R . C . Wood , of Lowell , Ind ., writes that in four weeks the KavaKaya Shrub cured him of...

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