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Business [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 February 1898

Business Following out the line of thought , as expressed in his able article , Men For the Times , which appeared in The Farmers Voice of February 5 , Alden S . Huling this week points out a popular error that exists in the minds of many good people regarding the selection of business men to make and execute the laws of the nation . So well has Mr . Huling presented the thought that no word of ours need be added , but some reflections suggested by the reading of his words and the spirit which seems to animate so many of our citizens , who are , in the main , sober men of lofty purpose , may not be out of order here . Mr . Huling speaks of the superstition which attaches to the business idea in government . But just how far that idea is carrying us in a wrong direction few perhaps realize . Today we are told even by the religious press that we should prepare for war , because it may be necessary to fight in order to extend our commerce ! As if the Mosaic prohibition , Thou shalt not...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
iarm How It May Be Done u [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 February 1898

iarm How It May Be Done u How shall we keep our young toik on tne ; is the question which is with constant reiteration asked by the fathers and mothers of the rural districts . That is a question which can be answered only by the fathers and mothers themselves , and no nice-laid plans which will work automatically will accomplish the results desired . Down in Putnam county , in Illinois , many of the farmers are taking practical steps in this direction . We have before referred to the fine system of telephones in operation in that little county . There the young people can get together over the phone when the weather is inclement and the roads are bad . This is one little instance . The farmer s home must be made the most attractive imaginable in all ways . Good books , good music are among the essentials . Sympathetic interest on the part of parents in the higher aspirations of the young folk ; a recognition that times are not just as they used to be , and that in this age of trave...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
f ' ' f • A * WW # Business and Government § [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 February 1898

f f • A * WW # Business and Government § ™ By Allien S . Hiillnu WW f A ..,,.. A .. fl .. A , ......... . „ .... ! wmmnmww ^ i ^ nmmwww ^ i ^ IS IT true that business men are the most suitable persons to carry on the government ? In every political campaign this proposition is dinned into our ears , and it has been urged so persistently that it has found considerable acceptance . It is merchants , bankers , and the managers of large manufacturing , mining and financial enterprises , that are intended by this term , not merely men who may be capable of conducting business . But government is not shopkeeping , nor banking , nor mining , nor manufacturing , although all of these pursuits . may enter into the operations of government incidentally . Government is not bookkeeping , it is not handling goods for profit , it is not buying in the cheapest market and selling in the dearest , , it is not calculating on the chances of the crops and the weather . Our government is a government by...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Agriculture . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 February 1898

Agriculture . Rural Notes For several days I have been visiting that part of the winter wheat belt which is in southeast Indiana and Ohio , and have seen thousands of acres which were sown in wheat last fall , but upon which are but very few signs of a prospective crop . Here and there may be seen a show of green in some sheltered valley or behind some protecting fence , but a large part of these wheat fields are bare and desolate . * # * When I left Chicago the snow lay deep on the ground , but within a hundred miles to the south I could notice that the covering of snow was but light and the next morning at Cincinnati I could only see at rare intervals any snow at all . They tell me that there has been practically no snow during the entire winter , and as this is written the air is as balmy as April . * * * I have lived long enough in the West to get accustomed to the big fields and now the little fields of from five to twenty acres that are the rule in central Ohio look like pens ...

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 — 19 February 1898

Swollen Neck Also Had Great Difficulty With Her Heart-How Cured . My daughter had a swollen neck and also heart trouble . After the least exertion she would breathe so hard she could be heard all over the room . She could not sweep the floor or even move her arms without affecting her heart . Her limbs were badly bloated . Her father insisted that she must take Hood s Samparilla , and we gave her about six bottles , when she was cured , and there has been no return of her ailments . MRS . EMMA THOMAS , North Solon , Ohio . HOOd S parUla Is the best-in fact the One True Blood Purifier . Sold by all druggists . $ 1 ; six for $ 5 . ii . 1 n-ii easy to buy , easy to take HOOd S PUIS easy to operate , 25 c . THE LIGHTNING SEED SOWER ! A ^ -Guaranteed to Sow Iron 60 to Bf 80 Acres per Day ( either Horse- ^^^ k back or Foot ) , o ! Clover , Timothy . ^ KHB ^ Millet , Flax , and all Seeds of J | B «» S !» f ^ lUggaa lj 8 19 nature . J ^ p flgj p 9 * 7 ^ any Postofflce on ¦ ^ R ^ P eelpt ol ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Garden and Orchard [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 February 1898

Garden and Orchard How to Have Early Vegetables Before beginning with planting the main crop in the garden , we shall devote some attention to the best methods of getting vegetables started at a time that will bring them into condition for use much earlier than is possible when they are planted in the open ground . The hotbed is well , known and much used by market gardeners , but the average farmer does not often succeed with it , until he has had some experience in its use , as it must be properly operated or it will fail to be of any advantage . The cold frame in connection with plants started in boxes in the house is much easier to operate and much more satisfactory in practice for the ordinary farmer who desires to have early vegetables without any particular cost . The cold frame is simply a box of any kind of lumber without a bottom . A good size for such a frame is three by six feet . This should be made one foot high on one side and eighteen inches on the other , with the e...

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 — 19 February 1898

- ¦ r ^ J W is one of the three im- ; W f ^ Jkmf ^ £ >| lr * portant ingredients of Wr ^ M \ I , y % W & ¦ I a complete fertilizer ; g \ J ^ Jf fin 1 1 the others are phosphoric acid and nitrogen . Too little Potash is sure to result in a partial crop failure . j » An illustrated book which tells what Potash is , how it I 1 ^ ^^ should be used , and how much Potash a well-balanced 1-4 Ww MmUm fertilizer should contain , is sent free to all applicants . I *•¦ \ J \ J Send your address . - * - v • ^ ^ ^ S OERflAN KALI WORKS , 93 Nassau St ., New York . AW % »* fe-tr fe ® &** •* : *>! ^ Ours is The Most Complete ^ l ^^^ v k k <¦ ! Department Nursery in the U . S . i £ 9 SliNeg » A B differ CanBupplyallyonrwantsfromFlowerttiidVcKctaWc ^^ l ^ HliH ^ egrJ W W . SSSftft Seeds to street Trees at low rates . Wp publish ™? WBmsm &!& irJB A A . ^ MWSBJe ., Of the leading Seed . Plant , and Tree 1 atalogues Issued ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 February 1898

iDontMissi I 1 ™®^ 50 C . worth of 1 ffiffl & We want names ~ I 5 of seed buyers f 5 f ISAM A WSiV I ? not already on MwfSH M * HV « aj I ¦ 5 our list , and as i «^«™«^ ™«^ —^» • 3 AH Initunaman 1 to try our seeds wo will £ 6 All IndUCemenT mail yon 0 U 1 . handsome s S Catalogue and 25 ots . worth MIAI * ? 3 of Choice Flower Seeds for IU W ISI S 5 to cover postage . The empty package is good 5 ; S for 25 cts . worth of SEEDS FREE if re- E S turned with an order for 25 cents or more . fe J ? nrnOrC RDAC Seedsmen tint Florlitu , E 3 CUlvlvlE DHUJ . MILWAUKEE , WIS . £ mmmKmmmmmmmmfmm ^ VICKS ^ I Garden and Floral \ J | GUIDE 1898 . Vj 7 FREE TO ALL APPLICANTS . V / The Busy Man i Catalogue ftnrt the Indie * Gardener I and Adviser . The only one containing full Descrtp * f I tiotiB and Directions for planting and culture ; so com- j 1 preheuslvo , condensed , olassitled , and indexed , that I • I Ho who runt may read . Many illustrations from na- / ; . A \ turo . Colored p...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Live Stock and Dairy [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 February 1898

Live Stock and Dairy E . Davenport , Director of the Illinois Experiment Station , and Professor of Animal Husbandry and Dean of the Agricultural College of the University of Illinois , Urbana , has become a regular editorial contributor to this department . All questions relating to Animal Husbandry , save those belonging to the Veterinary depart- » nt will be answered by Prof . Davenport . Sheep Values During a recent trip to Ohio we could not help but notice the number of sheep to be seen on the farms of that state . There was a time when these would not have been noticed , but a few years in the West has made the difference in this respect between the two sections very noticeable . Talking with a Morrow county sheep breeder we asked what action was being taken since sheep had risen in price , and wool was selling for 40 per cent more than it did eighteen months ago . Everybody is going into sheep , he answered , and it will not be very long until this county will take its old pl...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
A FORTUNE AT YOUR DOOR . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 February 1898

A FORTUNE AT YOUR DOOR . New Model for 1898 . Making Honey Selling the Wonder , ful Queen Butter Haktr . Mrs . Gentry p £ Kentucky , whose husband keeps a store , sent a man to take her machine around the neighborhood , and in a week s time he sold eighteen , making a prollt of ? D 4 for her . Z . T . Hiatt , of Kansas , a member of the Society of Friends , says : My wife started the Butter Maker as a team was leaving the yard with a load of wood , and before it was forty rods away the churning was done . I will have nothing to do when my dozen . Butter Makers arrive only to deliver them ; they sell right at the door . My next order will be for twenty-live or fifty . Mr . Chester says : I am going 10 make a fortune selling the Queen Butter Maker . Every one says tha principle is perfect . I sold eight the first day and made J 24 ; I am perfectly delighted with my success , and am sure I can make $ 200 a month , and not work hard , either . 1 will devote my whole time to it , as it I...

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 — 19 February 1898

IT IS VERY AMUSING To see how disparagingly . would-be competitors speak and write of the value of Experiment Station tests of Cream Separators , when t . ie tests show , as they do , that the Improved United States Separators do better and more thorough separation than any others . Before the Improved United States Separators came on the market , and the • would-be competitors had some records , but not so good or so many as the Improved United States Separators have , they esteemed them verv highly and advertised them with a great flourish of trumpets / Now that the Improved United States Separator beats them so much they strive to make dairymen believe there is no value to Experiment Station records because the would-bes arc beaten . Examine the Records , some of which we give below : Maine , Feb . i 0 . 03 i ) 0 . 04 « — , . Vermont , Jan . n 0 . 01 Wm ^ jL ^^ T ^ / lmW /^ mi ^ i South Carotin * . April ivi . . ii . . . o . IM / / i / i j ^ J I Nebraska , Jan ., 1897 , 1 o Mar ....

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 February 1898

fa It s worth your while to semi for a $ TuSe sl A Elixir , i fl } , It cures curbs , colic , $ fa iVdMdcmW . iiiy sprains , . lameness , M jjf Ike Atlanta Ex , Co . . . X ® etc ., in a horse . w fa Tattle s Family Elixir cures rheu- $ fa matism , bruises , etc . Send three 2- $ fa cent stamps for postage onlv . < l > fa IiR . S . A . TUTTI . E . 27 ilovcrly st ., llnsion . $ 93 «« ee « € eS € 3 € « € « e « S « € * : 36 e ^ 2806 lb ^ weight of two of tho HHK Famous O I C Hogs . Rfev Ufa Call ° ° I 1 ir of thiin Aa T : _ .. llSBhJil ^ . . Tr ? vmi , f , v <! paKywH nme W B * M \ to the first applicant in each lncaltly JmSWm // V IteKeriptlonfree . Wo ship to all states /{ / Hk > 1 and foreign countries . / i w ^ mmu l . B . SiLVERGO . i JP * insummitSt ., Cleveland , 0 . WMf * , ****** . mMmMm \ m \ m % kmmm % m \ m % mmAm % m \ mmm % MAm MBB ? wTWVWVWVwVwVWWVwVwx MFor a knife that will oat a horn without m wV § crushing , because it outs f...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Poultry and Bees [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 February 1898

Poultry and Bees Poultry Rations Poultry rations are of necessity somewhat limited in character , lor the grains fn some form must be the basis of all nnmbinations . The choice of ingredients will be determined largely by the accessibility and prices of the several erains ; but the question < of form of the | rains is one which admits of discusinformation upon this point is furnished by Bulletin No . 126 of the New York Experiment station . In experiments conducted at that station chicks were kept under conditions as uniform as nossible from birth until nearly a year old , one lot being fed rations composed of . the ordinary whole grains and the other lot , rations of ground grain with addition of some of the common byproducts . The aim was to make the rations typical of their classes as usually fed without involving great differences in nutritive ratio . Upon each ration the birds did well , also remained healthy both as chicks and as capons and gave a very good margin o...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 February 1898

The trouble with us nowadays is , that ¦ we do not lead natural lives . The ferninine portion of our society is especially culpable in this way . It is really a wonder that women are as healthy as they are . Very few women get any outdoor exercise . Very many get no exercise at all . Modes of dressing interfere with the proper muscular action and with the circulation of the blood . All the hygienic laws are broken . It is little wonder that nine women in ten are troubled With some derangement or irregularity in the action of the organs distinctly feminine . Neglect and wrong living will show themselves first in the most delicate organs of the whole body . With such weakness and sickness so prevalent , it is to be expected that the hearing of children would be fraught with dread and danger . It should not be so , of course . Nature never meant it to be so . The performance of the highest function of which a woman is capable should not be accompanied by pain . If perfectly natural liv...

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 — 19 February 1898

Italian I \ J ^ r-k . y -v # « r Take lhe lead I I |^^^^^ ( L when it comes I I I J % ^^ SJ ^ to business . I I Fly Queens are number one . 1 I Buy of me once and you will again . * S-Send for FREE Circular . 1 J . O . GRIHSLEY , Byrdstown , Tenn . 1 ! » «¦ --... » - —— - » - » « Member of National Queen Breeders Union . THOROUGHBRED . . m , ¦ POULTRY . fA LIGHT 13 RAHMAS , Part- ^ M f ^^ M ridge Cochins . BuiT Cochins Mm [ ^^ Bl Black Langshans , Barred Mmmm ^ m 9 t r Plymouth Hocks , Silver ^^^^^ BH Wyandottes , S . C . lii-owummmmMI Leghorns . Bronze Turkeys ^ Kmr Illustrated Catalog , treating Tr ^ on all diseases ot Poultry , # 1 WOrth $ l—FKEEIfOUSTAMP . JkP * - 0 . E , SKINNER Oolumbns , Kas ^ START IN BUSINESS ! mm ?< HATCH THOUSANDS H ^ Hil WITH THE PRAIRIE STATE 31 INCUBATOR IHW ^ P 200 FIRST PREMIUMS . iSIi & PRAIRiE STATE INC . CO . SEND ( OR CATALOG . HOMER CITY , PA . AFTER YOU TRYJT . ^^ flB ^ - ^ Buy 110 Incubator and pay 1 orit iCSSESJjyigBfl ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
The Farmers' Forum [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 February 1898

The Farmers Forum Tie Farmers Forum Invites communications all on subjects from whatever point of view , the edltoi of TBI VOIOI assuming no responsibility whatever for the Ideas expressed No communication should exceed SOB words In length . The Gospel of Corn Under the name of The American Maize Propaganda a new association was organized in Chicago February 16 . The meeting at which this new movement was inaugurated was called by Herbert Myrick of Springfield , Mass ., and was attended by a large number of men prominent in agricultural work , most of the states of the middle west being represented . The object of this association is to enlarge the market for corn in this country and in Europe . In this country by devising improved methods of using it is making milk , beef and other meats and finding uses for the grain , fodder and fiber . In Europe and Asia an attempt will be made to get it more largely used as food for men and animals and for the indirect products . It is the purp...

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