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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 12 March 1898
K » JERSEYS Xwo tine heifers two years old and doe to calve In September . Alio cows , bull and heifer calres from 1 to e months old , Mr cows averaged 329 rounds ot butter Son m y oiS : B . F . WYMAN ; Sycamore , III . B » l » WI » l «» l «» l «» HI &gt; IW » l &lt; ilM «| I mff ^ % PLEASE \ vujca ^ do ) I ^ fc ^* NDY CATHARTIC ^^ j 4 SSo . 50 c . ^• illBllH * ^^ B &lt;«« M « ., » i j Copyright , 1 SW , if James OharitonT ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ GOOD MORNING ! Have you ever traveled via the ( Rioafo &amp; . fllt &lt; mR , * ty * Between Chicago and Kansas Olty , Chicago and St Loals , Chicago and Psorla , and Bt . Louis and Kansas CM ; . B lsAnierioa sni 6 e ^ opi ) lRTrallroad andoffers perfect passenger service between Chicago and Denver , Colorado , Chicago and Hot Springs , Arkansas , act ! Chicago and California . • lw- Ibvriton , General P * seeng * r and TI (*» t Anmt , * VottMto . nilnotiWhen writing please mention THE FARMERS YOlOb GOOD NEWS ...
Poultry and Bees [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 12 March 1898
Poultry and Bees Keep Large Flocks Farmers in a good many portions of the country are beginning to understand the importance of poultry as a source of revenue and have abandoned the notion that a flock of hens is to be allowed to live pit sufferance because the womenfolk need some money occasionally . They begin to understand that the flock of hens is valuable in more ways than the production of eggs to trade for groceries . They know now that a flock of hens is valuable as insect exterminators , Keeping many pests in- check , besides devouring large quantities of the seeds of weeds that grow up in neglected corners and ripen , where they would furnish seeds to infest the whole farm , were it not for the industry of the hens in picking them up and turning them to good use by using them for feed . The principal trouble with farmers has been that they do not keep as much poultry as they might . They keep from fifty to a hundred fowls and turn them loose to forage for themselves , by f...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 12 March 1898
Italian i 1 1 ^ w ^ w &gt;« T , kc *• laLi r \| Jf &gt; l « W when It comes l _^^ s /^ s / . W to business . fly Queens are number one . Buy of me once and you will again . ¦ WSend tor FREE Circular . J . 0 . GRIHSLEY , Byrdstown , Tenn . Itember of National Queen Breeders Union . Ttt / lta The Horror-Stricken lllulU Empire , A NEW BOOK ¦ ¦»?*¦?* FOR AGENTS , describing the great plague , famine , and earthquake . Accurate and authentic . Contains over 100 illustrations from actual photographs . No other book like it . Agents wanted everywhere . Liberal Terms . Write at once for terms and enclose S 1 . 00 for prospectus . Address &lt;* MENNONITE PUBLISHING CO ., Sole Publishers . Elkhart , Indiana FREE FOR A MONTH . If you are interested in sheep in any way yon cannot afford to be without the best and only weekly sheep paper published in the United States . WOOL MARKETS AND SHEEP ^^^ has a hobby which Is the sheep breeder and Ids industry , first foremost and...
I NOTES OF THE DAY j [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 12 March 1898
I NOTES OF THE DAY j ONE of the most significant and with the extraordinary events at gratifying incidents connected Washington this Week Was the visit on Wednesday of Sir Julian PaUncefote , British ambassador to the United States , to President McKinley . The visit was made by command of Queen Victoria and its purpose was to deliver a special message from her majesty to the president . While the message is guarded as a state secret it is admitted that Sir Julian spoke of the interest the queen felt in the affairs of Cuba , her horror of tho atrocities that have been committed , her hope that the attempt to establish home rule may be successful and her admiration for the wisdom which President McKinley had shown in dealing with the Cuban question . Sir Julian said that he was commanded to express the friendly feelings of his government toward this country and convey an assurance that it would sustain the United States in any steps that might be found necessary for the restoration o...
The Farmers' Forum [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 12 March 1898
The Farmers Forum The Farmers Forum Invites communications nil on . objects from whatever point ot view , the edite of TH » VOI 08 assuming no responsibility whatever for the ideas ressed No communication should exceed 800 words in length Forward , Not Back That s right , Mr . Editor ; I second the motion . But , nevertheless , I am aware that there are so many roads that seem to lead forward that it becomes a matter of some difficulty to choose which we will take . And the choice of a road upon which to travel when we go forward is a matter of great importance , for if we go wrong we may bring up like Christian in Pilgrims Progress , in the slough of despond . There have been many volumes of interesting matter written and published pointing out the way to future prosperity and happiness , all of which have their objective point a complete change in our industrial system , These works of economic fiction have been read extensively and there are not a few who have been much impressed...
PUBLISH MV LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 12 March 1898
PUBLISH MV LETTER So That Women Hay Know Where to Find a Relief Such is the request of Mrs . L . M . Hayncs , Springfield , Mo . ( General de livery ) . . , A parioi Mrs . Haynes letter reads as follows : I wrote to you in May , 1897 ; I was about to give it up , for I had the best four doctors in the city and they could not cure me . My disease was female weakness . I had been troubled with it for five years . Four and a half bottles of Pe-ru-na cured me . I hope all suffering women will take Pe-ru-na . I know it will cure others also . I cannot praise Pe-ru-na enough . Bear in mind that female weakness is pelvic catarrh , to which women are peculiarly . liable , and from which few are entirely exempt . Pe-ru-na cures catarrh wherever located . Health and Beauty , a book devoted to the phase of catarrh peculiar to women , will be sent free to any woman by The Pe-ru-na Drug Manufacturing Company , Columbus , Ohio ,
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 12 March 1898
are some things you cant have gray hair every J % . i-c . -v *&gt; . / ^¦ J ^ V / T , fetjjV ; - ^ --: ^ % ^&amp;^ ri ^* v HL * ^ - eZ ^ r-iXZ- ^ w i £ jh tef ^ ^^ f , V &gt; jirt There * i \ f y ft fl H : annot possibly have . You 1 f * l if you * use f HalPc mim ¦¦ Oil 5 ^ Sicilian Hair Renetver Neither will you have dandruff , nor thin hair . Beautiful hair in bottle . ur ^ y * - I have used Hall s Hair Renewer / 3 y 5 the last tliirty-tlve years and 1 , i £ ff \ w it will do all that it is recom . Yf i ided to do . It will restore the ii \ /* r , cure dandruff and prevent the II rom falling out . I believe I would W / be bald-headed and gray if it had Mil not been forthe useol Hall s Hair Re . VWK newer . —Dr . R . M . TucKER . Helena . Ala .
Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 12 March 1898
i *»«»&gt;«&gt;«~&gt;«&gt;«««&gt; f »&gt;« ge . i « e »&gt;« la &gt; i « s » i « e m C # TRY A \ vuicaicw I % j CANDY OATHARTIO ^ ^ | i 25 o , 50 c . ^^^ MsMrB * 1 ^ DruBul . L . iM 1 SPRINGFIELD REPUBLICAN WffiX Best Ncwn , Political and Family Weekly combined , In tho Country . 11 . 00 n year . Free ouo month on trial . fli i Hmi WIND PUMPS rJRKFECTEII .-Jerklng , ore ** Ingpumn , mill , lifting platform , prevented by Spriuf . KlUi last longer . Fay aft r trial . Agents w * nt # d . MOtB MFG . CO ., Uai-ihfllHown , Iowa . If on Mountain T **! 1 R ° u te I w No change oi cars from St Louis to Hot Springs , 6 &lt; K Ark ,, San Antonio , Houston , Galveston , Tens , or h $ California points , and but one change , to City of Mexico , 6 * Superb Pullman Palace Car Service , Free Reclining ¦ &gt; W Chair Cars . fk * •» * Route of the Famous * Sunset Limited , g 2 S Tourist Cars to California j ; * ... * % F...
Woman and Home [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 12 March 1898
Woman and Home Bide Your Time When fortune treats you slightingly And everything goes wrong , Kemember that you still are free j . u inuor ami tie strong , ¦ jy Mm who livavwlv fineH his part , Misfortune is no crime , Jusi now your grip ana Keep up heart And learn to bide your time . The surest road to greatness lies Through hard and patient work , The glorious name that never dies Comes not unto the . shirk . Fame sits upon an eminence , A pinnacle sublime , He who would win must seek her thence Strive on and bide his lime . The man of hope and energy , Who keeps one goal in sight , Who goes his way with constancy , Will some time win the fight . The man whose life a glory lends To every age and clime , Is he whoso purpose never bends , Who works and bides his time . Go onward . O er tho Futures hills The dawn falls cool and sweet , Go onward . He can win who wills And bows not to defeat . Go onward , though your path may lie Through calumny and slime , The way will brighten bye a...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 12 March 1898
ABOUT IRREG 1 JLAEITY . A Chat With Miss Marie Johnson . The balance wheel of a woman s life is menstruation . Irregularity lays the foundation of many diseases , and is in itself a symp . torn of disease . It is of the greatest importance that regularity be accomplished as soon as possible iafter the flow is an established fact . poor that I / M \ X V ^ SI *) had to ^ , V ftp ) leave /^^ , school . I ¦ was tired all the time , and had dreadi ful pains in my side and back and head . I was also troubled with irregularity of menses , and lost so much flesh that my friends became alarmed . Mymother , who from experience is a firm believer in the Pinkham remedies , thought perhaps they might benefit me . I followed the advice Mrs . Pinkham gave me , and used Lydia E . Pinkham s Vegetable Compound and Liver Pills and am now as well as I ever was . —Miss M AKIE F . JOHNSON , Cen &gt; tralia , Pa .
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 12 March 1898
m it • a £ ^&gt; • ¦ ijljf I FREE FARM I fh w (\ of the best quality , Rich Soil , on the Soo &amp; fl \ Railway In North Dakota . On Streams $ ff \ and lakes , Coal one dollar a ton . Your $ ( ft last chance to secure a government free vl / $ homestead of MO acres , in A . fl &gt; % AI . SO $ fl &gt; Choice Hardwood Timber Lands In ffi ® WISCONSIN and MICHIGAN . W $ lllack Soil , Near Stations , J 3 . 00 to $ 5 . 00 5 g &amp; per acre , a Clover and Dairy Country . 5 j ? $ I W Also Rich I , mv Triced Prairie Lands in W «* MINNESOTA and NORTH DAKOTA . f t Por Illustrated Hook and Maps FRBE , * Write to $ | D . W . CASSEDAY , $ ft Land Agent -Soo Railway * § MINNEAPOLIS , MINN . , | ) ONE WOMANS EXPERIENCE &gt; ) WITH THE C &gt; FARMERS VOICE ( ) SEWING MACHINE / i Read what she has to say about iti C ) Frankfort , S . D ., : Nov , 26 , 97 . i 5 Editor Farmers Voicei We tv J J ceived the sewing machine about a v J month ago . We...
My Neighbor ' s Noisy Boy [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 12 March 1898
My Neighbor s Noisy Boy Our Boys and Girls 1 near him In the morning—1 hear him all clay long ; I hear his ringing laughter—His shout and merry song . He learns his lessons quickly , That he may have some run , And -he gets in lots of mischief , Before the day is done . Ills feet have many scratches ; He breaks his choicest toy , And has a sight of trouble—My neighbor s noisy boy . But stop ! here is a secret I would to you impart—If any ones in trouble He has a heavy heart . It is the germ of kindness Close hidden in his breast , ] rather think my neighbor Ts most supremely blest ; And in his manly nature Is more gold than alloy : And I love this manly fellow , My neighbor s noisy boy ! When the misty twilight gathers And his mother s side he seeks , More precious than a fortune Are his kisses oil her cheeks ! Ah . the boy who loves his mother Holds the jewel-studded , key To nobility of natni-e ! And at Ills mother s knee He learns his manhood s mission , Tlle grandeur of his life...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 12 March 1898
When the children are hungry , what do you give them ? Food . When thirsty ? Water . Now use the same good common sense , and what would you give them when they are too thin ? The best fat-forming food , of course . Somehow you think of Scotts Emulsion at once . For a quarter of a century it has been making thin children , plump ; weak children , strong ; sick children , healthy . 50 c . and $ 1 . 00 , all druggists . SCOTT &amp; BOWNfi . Chemists , New York .