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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 February 1898

1 , 000 Peach Trees ? £ ,. ££ S to 3 ft ., mostly branched , with freight prepaid to tmf station east of MISB . river for « 19 ; or 600 for til . 8 MP > pie prepaid , 25 c . Other sized trees proportional prlew It . S . JOHNSTON , Box No . 15 fitockUj , Del . Evergreen Nursery Co ., ££ i ;« TE 5 ;& • Ian Irarcreen and Decldnoui Treei , ( or . bad ., * ntr Bent or tlmter . Catalogs , t re . to applicant .. VI / A DAY CASHe & chWEEKtheycarround , if TTC Wl \ I you sell Stark Trees . Outfit free . sunt nuRSERV . LOUISIANA , MO ., stvi , MO ., Rodwsrt , in , ( Mie . IU m yayaia ^ MilU * WiB yjpJjpBPfS ^ JSS ^ OHil ^ BUl

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 — 26 February 1898

Food Caused Pain Catarrh of the Stomach Cured by Hoods Sarsaparilla . I was taken sick about a year ago with catarrh of the stomach . At times I would have a ravenous appetite and at other times could not eat . My food caused me excruciating pain . I was running down so fast I had to stop work . My friends urged my to take Hoods Sarsaparilla . I did so and soon began to feel better . The disagreeable symptoms of disease gradually passed away and flesh and strength returned . I owe it all to Hood s Sarsaparilla . MARY L . CUMMINQS , North Brookfield , Mass . Remember Hood s Sarsaparilla ( a the best-in fact the One True Blood Purifier . Sold by all druggists . $ 1 ; six for $ 5 . u ji n « i cllre I iver I , Is easy t 0 ilOOd S rlllS take , easy to operate . # SEEDS \ Bf Salter s Seeds are Warranted to FroHnce . \ A ^¦ f E . Waiter , LeRaysvllle , Pa ., astonished the world \^ A ^ H by growiug 250 bushels Salzer a corn ; J . Brelder . ^ H ^ M Misliicott , Wis ., 173 bush , barley , an...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Garden and Orchard [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 February 1898

Garden and Orchard Pruning Trees At the Michigan round-up institute last season , Prof . L . H . Taft in discussing craning trees said : More knowledge is required to prune properly than to till properly . In pruning we need to Know the habit of growth of each variety of plants as well as the special environment of each plant . In pruning young trees we strive to develop the best frame work to support the leaves and the fruit and our pruning is directed to securing the proper distribution of fruit and leaves . We strengthen the stem by cutting back , bringing the head of the tree nearer the ground , giving the sap a less distance to travel , thus forming a thick and succulent trunk . The trees should have low heads , first , because the trunks are thereby thickly shaded ; second , the later pruning is done more evenly ; third , the thinning of fruit is done more easily ; fourth , the very act of cutting back helps the thinning of the fruit ; fifth , the spraying can be much more eas...

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 — 26 February 1898

1 / 11 IQ 1 Ql FOR THE BEST RESULTS If . CrnC H H Ml ^ fl ^ I Grass , Field , Garden , Tree and Flower Seeds , especially ) % IN aP 11 m | m MM I aX H J grown for Western Soil and Climate . Specialists In |] LLIJ | I limiWflW I Alfalfa , Kaffir Com , Australian Salt Bush and other dry ! ¥ ¦¦¦ ¥ climate forage plants . Our anely illustrated 100 If IWCiC CCPn HAIICE I F . Bartelden A Co ., page catalogue SENT FBEE . Writeforlt . HANjAj StW UUU 3 E I LAWRENCE , KANSAS ALL FOR 20 CENTS Beet—Early Eclipse , one of the best earlies . Cucumber—Early Frame , one of the earliest . Carrot—Danvers . fine quality . Cabbage—All Seasons , good for early or late . Lettuce—Grand Rapids , one of the best . Onion—Yellow Globe Danvers . standard . Parsnip Hollow Crown , best sort . Radish—Long Scarlet , a favorite . Squash—Mam . Summer Crookneck , early . Tomato—Beauty , none belter . Cpn / 1 tr \ r and receive the above ten full sized packets of choice vegetable seeds and our OCMU AV \ , catalogue wh...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 February 1898

responds readily to proper fer tilization . Larger crops , ; fuller ears and larger grain are sure to result from a liberal use of fertilizers containing at least 7 % actual Potash Our books are free to farmers . GERMAN KALI WORKS , 93 Nassau St ., New York , 5 Corn - Are the kinds that Germinate . Grow and Produce Results . Seeds are bought 011 faith . Yon cannot tell whether theyiu-e good until von have planted them . If theyiall to ( trow you have lost the happy prospects of a good vegetable or Mower Harden . Here s the Remedy , Buy tliene Frc * li , Northern Grown Stimdurd Variety * true to name , Garden , Flower mid Field Seed * and results aro sure to follow . Inourmammota new FREE CATALOGUE will be found listed all the Standard Old Varieties and all the new Vegetables , Plants and Flowers that are worthy of note . It contains a thousand things the owner of a garden should know . Your name on a Postal Card gets It . S . F , Leonard , Seedsman , P . O . Station D , Chicago , Il...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Uve Stock and Dairy [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 February 1898

Uve 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 . Alt questions relating to Animal Husbandry , save those belonging to the Veterinary depart- *« cnt will be answered by Prof . Davenport . Clover as Feed At the Bureau County Farmers institute held at Princeton , 111 ., C . C . Pervier , president , read a paper on clover . From this we select what the gentleman said about clover as a feed . That we may fully appreciate tho value of clover as food for growing animals , I desire to call attention to a few established facts . Farm animals obtain the elements of nutrition which enter into the composition of their bodies , wholly from the food which they eat . Stock foods are classed as either nitrogenous or flesh formers , and carbonaceous or fat and heat formers . Nitrogen enters mo...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 February 1898

PIIBHII i i i il £ Z : f FOR THE HOME < ZZ £ IjJJJJff ^ fSPJI jJ 3 g ~ MINSTREL SONGS , OLD AND HEW . 2 av _ , A collection of famous old and new rain- ZS f strel and plantation songs , aij popes , large ^ 2 ^ - sheet-music size . All theold-timefavorilcs ZS g ~ included . 04 compositions .- Price , paper , ^ J ^ - $ : * o ; boards , $ 1 . 25 ; cloth , gilt , $ J . oo . ZS £ NEW HAD SONG BOOK . = 2 ^ ¦ REVISED AND ENLARGED , Z ^ g- The latest compilation of raerrjr college 3 { «_ tongs . A splendid volume containing *!! ZZ g » the gems from college kail ami campu , ~^ g- Prise , $ l . oo , postpaid . ^» £ . 6000 OLD SUNOS . „ 3 g- Vols . I . and II . Two volumes , each co » Z 3 L TfZ . tainingbveriootwauliful melodies of olhe > ^ S y days . AimieLaorie . AuldRobmGray , Ben ZS % Z Bolt , etc . Price , each vol ., paper , $ 1 . 00 ; ^ * y boards , $ 1 . 35 ; cloth , gill , $ 3 . 00 , postpaid . ZX ~ POPtJUft SMS COLLECTION . = £ y * One hundred and forty . four p...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Poultry and Bees [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 February 1898

Poultry and Bees The Best Egg-Food I have never had a very friendly feeling for the prepared egg-foods that are nit on the market and sold at about 23 cents a pound . They are as a rule mere mixtures of corn meal , fenugreek , ginger charcoal , bone meal or oyster shell , any of which may be bought at very much lower prices than are asked for them when mixed as an egg-food . The best egg-food is not the stimulant that forces the ovaries of the hens into action , but those feeds that will furnish the materials from which egga arc made . If the feed of a flock of hens contains a large amount of albumen , some fat—which all feeds contain , lime in an available form , and the birds have comfortable quarters they will lay at almost any time of the year except during the three months that it takes them to moult . The cheapest form in which to get a supply of albumen is blood meal . I bought a supply for my liens and have been feeding them this in a mash of wheat bran , at the rate of a ta...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Bee-Keepers' Column . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 February 1898

Bee-Keepers Column . Queries and communications for thin departmont should be addressed to J . 0 . Orimsley , Byrdstovrn , Tenn Notes From fly Diary nr 1 . O . GRIMSLKY . Hives and Their Fixtures Gov . Robert L . Taylor says : There is a style for every taste , a melody for every ear . There can be nothing with more truth—it is a fact . Most every successful honey producer has his own peculiar hive ; if not the hive itself , some feature of it is the style for his taste —- his own idea . Gallup , Heddon , Doolittle , Danzenbaker and a score more each have hives of their individual liking , and each produce honey of especial merit . Then , we must excuse the novice if he chooses to make an improvement (?) on any hive that chances to come in his way . One very popular hive among some of our northern friends is Mr . Heddon s hive with a divided brood chamber . In other words , the hive is made up of shallow bodies—not deeper than an ordinary dovetailed super . These aro filled with clo...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 February 1898

Italian j U _ ^ _ ^ g- Take the lead | l ^ f lf l C when It comes JL / W «^ to business . fly Queens are number one . Buy ol me once and you will again . j -WSend for FREE Circular . J . O . GRIHSLEY , 1 Byrdstown , Tenn . Ji ember of National Queen Breeders Union . l » i » l . l » l « l » l . l » WIMWM < imi » W ) I ^ ff ^ % PLEAS E J ! ^^!) V ^ NDY CATHAR ™^»»< { i 25 c . 60 c . ^^» gJ || 3 BI | lfl * *^ DntsgliilVvv ,. \ THOROUGHBRED , , m , ^ POULTRY . m £ S LIGHT BRAHMAS , Part- AM WSmwP ridge CochinsJJulI Cochins ggU . ( SBtl Hlnclc Langstians . Burred SSBBtJmmmm Plymouth Rocks , Silver Bp ^ H * Wyandottes , S . C . Urown 5 & HHn Leghorns . Bronze Turkeys ^ SmV Illustrated Catalog , treating Vr on all diseases or Poultry , gl worth SI—FUEEKOUSTAMl ? . J 0 * 0 . E , SKINNER Columbus , Kas * r A SURE WINNER . I , I -- - ¦» SUCCESSFUL INCUBATOR will BmrtTfiiTiTBBaBl prove it if yoa use it . Bend 6 c for VkWEM ^ SSMm JttBW 128 page catalog and stu...

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The Farmers' Forum [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 February 1898

The Farmers Forum The Farmers Forum Invites communications all on subjects from whatever point of view , the editor of III Votes assuming no responsibility whatever for Hie Ideas expressed No communication should exceed SOO words to length . Squire Bunkers Home It isnt worth while for the reader to look in the railway or postoffice guide for Bunkum , the village near which Squire Bunker resides , for it will not he found in either of these publications . It lies five miles from the nearest railway station , it is a hamlet of perhaps 150 inhabitants , the remains of a once vaulting ambition on the part of its founders to be known as the builders of a city . Through some freak of obstinacy on the part of the people in the country around this town could never live up to the dignity of its name . It was laid out as Empire City , hut except on the maps and in legal documents it was never known by that name . It was called The Corners for a good while and then Bunkerstown and finally this...

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THE FARMERS VOICE AGRICULTURAL-EDUCATION EUROPEAN TOURS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 February 1898

THE FARMERS VOICE AGRICULTURAL-EDUCATION EUROPEAN TOURS given to the world its greatest leaders and noblest achievements . A mob of South Carolina whites , enraged at the president s action in appointing Frazer B . Baker , colored , postmaster at Lake City , last Monday night surrounded the postmaster s house , set it on fire , and when he and his wife and children attempted to escape shot them down . Baker and his infant daughter are dead , and their bones cremated in the ruins o f the house , while his widow , two grown daughters , and a 10-year-oJd son are severely wounded and maimed for life . Not since the days of the kuklux has such an outrage been perpetrated , and no one guilty of participation in it should escape the full penalty of his crime . • The Paris Exposition The work on the grounds and buildings for the Exposition Universelle to be held at Paris in 1900 is going rapidly forward and it promises to be one of the greatest if not the greatest world s fair ever held . W...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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The Cunny Gas Retort [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 February 1898

The Cunny Gas Retort A GOOD CHANCE FOR A GOOD MAN . A good opportunity to get into a profitable and successful business is offered in the sale of the Cunny Gas Retort , which will revolutionize by purely scientific methods the present cumbersome and noisome methods of heating . The Retort can be put into any stove , range or furnace and will supply all the fuel necessary for the use of any family . It is placed on the grate of the stove and fuel gas is burned ; it is a miniature gas works . Every person knows what a relief this w . ll prove , and stores where it is shown will be crowded night and day . Put in the Retort yesterday afternoon , started it up at 5 : 30 p . in . and burned it until 10 p . m . and all day today till 10 o clock p . m . to-night . It certainly burns fine and I am highly pleased with it . The one trouble is that it makes the room too hot even when I open the sitting room door into the parlor , the lower and upper halls and dining room doors . 1 can say to yo...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 February 1898

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 February 1898

I YOU CAN MAKE MONEY 1 BY USING The Best Separator on the Market I I THE IMPROVED UNITED STATES SEPARATOR I H Send for catalogues filled with testimonials . wM It excels all others in close skimming , ease of running and cleaning , rJurability , etc . ft H Co . uus , MD ., Apr . 24 , 1807 . B I thought I could not afford to pay $ 125 for an Improved U . S . , but H j WM one day s trial convinced me I could . I sell my butter for 25 cents , and the HI •• H gain will pay for the machine in 180 days . It has cost me only 30 cents Hj H for repairs in two years . I have turned the Sharpies and DeLaval , and my Um H No . 5 turns at least one-third easier than cither . T . B . JOHNSON . fl H DAVENPORT , IOWA , July 17 , 1897 . , A > H I have had experience with other separators , and can safely say that for H H light running and perfect skimming and durability , the Improved U . S . WkX M leads them all . JESSIE ARM 1 L . M BLOOMING PRAIRIE , MINN ., July ii j 18 97 . H In one y...

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