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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898

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Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Poultry and Bees [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898

Poultry and Bees Influence of Environment A great deal depends on surroundings in making a success of poultry keeping . No two poultry yards are exactly alike in this respect and a slight difference in the lay of the land may make a considerable showing in results if the owner does not study the question of surroundings carefully . A poultry house built where the midday sun cannot shine on it is not as good a place to keep hens as one built where the sun can strike it all day long . There is a great deal of difference in the matter of light and ventilation and many minor things that often escape notice . I am • onvinced that one reason why hens do not lay well in many parts of the West is because they are kept where limestone is not found and where lime is absent in the soil to a great extent . If hens are kept on a limestone soil they get enough lime in their feed to furnish almost all they need in the making of egg shells , as there is a greater proportion of lime in feed grown on...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898

A city business man , who gets to work at nine in the morning , takes an \ ML hour for lunch and X JBL leaves for home at J UQP J four or five in the sflRr afternoon , little un- { BjKj , derstands the 2 PaV _ hardships of the Htfi ? l life of the farmer , l // who starts to work I // at break of day 1 il and frequently ft // works on into the •// night by lanternSi light . Vi JS i HI A man to endure •^ JfettSii i- IM the hardships of a —it . Vuflr ! farmer s life , must be robust physically at the outset , and if he would live a long life , always keep a watchful eye upon his health . He should remember that it is the apparently trifling : disorders that eventually make the big diseases . It does not do for a hard working man to neglect bilious attacks or spells of indigestion . If he does , he will soon find himself flat on his back with malaria or crippled with rheumatism . Dr . Pierce s Golden Medical Discovery is the best of all medicines for hard working men and women . It mak...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898

Italian j J ^ - _ T » ke the lead ^ 1 * 1 * C when It comei A- # \ a / ^ p / 4 ^ to bmlneai . fly Queens are number one . Buj of me once and you will again . WSend for FREE Circular . J . O . GRIflSLEY , Byrdstown , Tenn . 9— —¦ ¦ .-.. — . — .. — 1 Member of National Queen Breeders Union . THE WHOLE STORY l ^ r & fBas ~~~™ jgtBfe = s * Of niurfxuftil incubating mid byttotl- ^^ SHgWfflB ^ eafffftvHf . Full description of the g ^^ j ^^ IjBBff best iniichines tousefortlie purpose . wjJSBfiiJp . Jmrflj- Cu , s n ( i » htr , 1 ctious for building a JSjIggSySii ^^ modern , economical poultry houses ; ^ HS ^^^ iS ^ Jw poultry supplies and cut sand prices on ^^^ J « 0 ^ lending varieties of pedigree poultry I ; 7 > 5 ^^ prices on eitgs for hatching , etc . Full of valuable information to the mm . or woman who keeps hens . We send it to any address on receipt of HI cents . RELIABLE INCUBATOR & BROODER CO ., Quincy , 111 . START IN BUSINESS *& £ ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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f NOTES OF THE DAY j [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898

f NOTES OF THE DAY j L ORD SALISBURY is reported to have resigned the post of foreign secretary in the British cabinet on account of the serious condition of his health , and it is not improbable that he will be compelled for the same reason to lay down the heavier burdens of the premiership . At this critical moment , when so many momentous questions call for solution and the clouds of war threaten so many nations , none more surely than Great Britain herself , the loss to the diplomatic world of the counsel of this conservative leader is not lightly to be considered . But we may trust to the British nation to supply the man for the emergency , and it may not be the most unfortunate thing for that country and the world at large if the leadership pass to some man of fewer years and more aggressive spirit . The British idea that trade in Asia and Africa should be free to all the nations of the earth is the one which must obtain if the world is to progress , and now is the time to set...

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

The Farmers Forum ¦ me Fanners Forum invites communications ( ill on . nbjecta from whatever point of view , the ed ! ta . i » f TH » VOIO > assuming no responsibility whatever for the Ideas axpressed No communication should exceed 800 words inleagt * . To Urge the Single Tax To the Editor : —Prof . Hiram B . Loomis , well known in educational circles of the central states , and a gentleman with whom every single taxer throughout the country feels personally acquainted , on account of his active work in the movement during the past several years , has volunteered to give his entire time during his summer vacation , beginning about June 15 , to lecturing on the philosophy laid down in Progress and Poverty , throughout Illinois , Wisconsin , Michigan , Indiana and Iowa . In order to relieve Prof . Loomis of as many of the details as possible , I have agreed to handle the correspondence in connection with the appointments and to attend to arranging routes . There will be no ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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A HAPPY WJMAN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898

A HAPPY WJMAN Writes to Dr . Hartman and Tells Him What Hakes Her So . Mrs . Lucy Lee , of Naples , Tex ., had almost come to the conclusion that the ble s s i n g of health was no longer hers , and so when she regained it , her happiness was almost too great for words . She writes as follows : I am well now and enjoying good health , better than ever before in my life . How happy I feel that I can write and tell you this . I cannot praise Pe-ru-na too much . Man-a-lin is the best medicine I have ever tried for that purpose ; it relieved me from all pain . I advised my neighbor to use Pe-ru-na and Man-a-lin for catarrh and stomach trouble . It is the best in the world . I can do all my housework and not feel it . I cant praise Pe-ru-na as I would like to ! it is the greatest medicine there is in the world . Dr . Hartman receives many such letters as this every week . Some of them have been gathered together and published in book form . The book is called Facts andFaces , and will be...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898

A Toarrf Europe $ 0 ^ 0 Faris Exposition w I S The prospect of large appropriations from the national and state governments for exhibits at the Paris exposition ; the probability of our making there a grand display of our agriculture , particularly of corn and its many products , with a view to introducing its use among the people of Europe , is arousing each day a greater interest among American agriculturists in the great fair . The demand for berths upon steamers and for sleeping accommodations in Paris for the summer of 1900 is already great beyond all precedent . Steamship companies and tourist associations are declining to book individuals in advance . AH this plainly points to higher rates . The Farmers Voice Educational Tour association will be obliged at no distant day to advance its rates , and while many will avail themselves of the present rate of $ 279 , all who delay joining will be obliged to pay a higher price . The advisability of joining at once cannot be too stron...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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flaking Money Selling the Cunny Gas Retort [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898

flaking Money Selling the Cunny Gas Retort At a glance almost anyone can see what a complete , perfect and scientific method of making fuel gas the Cunny Gas Retort is . It can be placed in any stove , range or furnace , and will furnish all the heat necessary to cook and keep the house warm . The oil enters the Retort and is instantly changed into gas and carried to the gas jet , and passing through the draft box is mixed with oxygen ( common air ) and becomes fuel gas . It is burned in the fire box , and the ilame envelops the entire Retort and is carried by the draft around the oven of the stove or through the flues of the furnace . Gas expands enormously by mixture with oxygen , and it is not difficult to believe that a teaspoonful of coal oil turned into gas and mixed with oxygen will fill a large hogshead . A great deal of money can be made selling the Cunny Gas Retort ; $ 10 to $ 12 a day will be very small profit , and if a store is opened and the Retorts exhibited from $ 3 ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898

SFSMMM ^ M ^ MWM Dr . Aycrs 5 * is the name to remember when buying Sarsaparilla . Dr . M ! Si Avers Sarsaparilla has been curing people right along tor ; M M nearly 50 years . That is why it is acknowledged to be the w M ; sovereign Sarsaparilla . It is the original and the standard . : M •* The record of the remedy is without a rival—a record that : M M is written in the blood of thousands , purified by its power . g « ; ff « ¦ I nursed a lady who was . suffering from blood poisoning andi must £ J M I ™ i tr / diseaso from her ; for I had ^ . ^^ ft M M break out on my person . I doctored for a long time , both by eternal C , ! M : app kati n and wilh various blood medicines ; but in sp . te of a 1 hat C , • J could do , the sores would not heal . At tart I V ™*^ m £ g ?& *• •« Aver s Sarsaparilla , thinking I would give it a * o 0 j h ^ if . Beto the C , M six bottles had been taken , the ulcers were healed , the skin sound ana fc ^ £ „ l b r ° aUnd my health better th...

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898

$ 34 . 50 . Acme Bicycles 98 MODELS . HIGH GRADE Same Grade as Agents Sell for $ 7 5 . 1 We Have No Agents tut Sell Direct to the Rider at Manufacturers Prices , Saving You All Agents Profits . Best materials . Superb finish . Eight eloKant models . We ship anywhere with privilege of examination , pay express charges both ways j mid refund your money if not as represented . Every Acme is FULLY GUARANTKUI ) AGAINST ALL ACCIDENTS as well as Wi- H FEUTIVB WORKMANSHIP . Send for catalog . | ACME CYCLE CO ., j ! 102 Main St ., ¦ • Elkhart . Ind . I *

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Woman and Home [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898

Woman and Home Two Brides i . The Man who who Loved the Names ot Things , , , Went forth beneath the skies , And named all things that he beheld , And people called him wise . An unseen presence walked with mm Forever by his side , The wedded mistress ot his soulFor Knowledge was his bride , She named the flowers , the weeds , the And all \ he growths of all the seas . She told him all the rock 3 hy name . The winds and whence they lew . She , towI him how the seas were formed , And how the mountains grew . She numbered all the stars for him , And all the rounded skies Were mapped and charted for the gaze Of his devouring eyes . the crowd Thus , taught by her , he taught te crow a , They praised-and he was vei y prouu . II . The Man who Loved the Soul of Things Went forth serene and B ^ aci , And mused upon the mighty world , And people called him mad . An unseen presence walked with mm Forever by his side , The wedded mistress of his soulvnv wisdom was his bride . She showed him al...

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898

A Wonderful Statement From Mrs . J . S . McGlllas , of 113 Kllbnrn Avenue , Eockford , 111 . I was dreadfully ill—the doctors said they coild cure me , but failed to do so . «^^^^^^^^ s ^^^^« I could not see for several minutes . I could not stand very long without feeling sick and vomiting . I also had female weakness , inflami mation of ovaries , painful menstruation , displacement of the womb , itching of the external parts , and ulceration of the womb . I have had all these complaints . The pains I had to stand were something dreadful . My husband told me to try a bottle of Lydia B . Pinkhams medicine , which I did , and after taking it for a while , was cured . GOOD MORNING ! Have you eve * traveled via the ® j ££ & & Jfe R-R-between CMsag « , ana Kansas City , Chicago and St . Lenta , Chisago ana Peoria , and St . Louis and Kansas Way . QlsAmralea > m » a 4 jopB ] aTrallroad ando { reri peasfeat passenger service between Chicago and Denver , ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Pour Bedtimes [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898

Pour Bedtimes Our Boys and Girls Cluck , cluck , cluck , said the hen , TIs time this little chick went to bed , Or youll live to be a fowl Which in the night will prowl And be taken for an owl , she said . Then without a single peep The chick went off to sleep , Soft tucked up in Its warm feather-bed . Purr , purr , purr , said the cat , TIs time this little kit was In bed , Or youll grow up to be cat That cannot catch a rat—And you wouldnt much like that , she said . - ¦ Then the kitten In a trice Slept , and dreamed of catching mice , Wrapped In fur in her basket-bed . Bow-wow-wow , said the dog , Tis time this little puppy went to bed , For playing in the dark Will take away your bark And youll never make your mark , she said . Then the puppy stopped his play , And went to U fid straightway , Curled up on his clean straw-bed . Come , come , come , said mamma , Tis time this little boy went to bed , To sleep through the night And with the morning light To awaken fresh and bright ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898

Some cough mixtures smother the cough . But the next breeze fans it into life again . Better put the cough out . That is , better go deeper and smother the fires of inflammation . Troches cannot do this . Neither can p lain cod-liver oil . But Scott s Emulsion can . The glycerine soothes and makes comfortable ; the hypophosphites g ive power and stability to the nerves ; and the oil feeds and strengthens the weakened tissues . 50 c . and $ 1 . 00 , all druggists . SCOTT it BOW . NE , Chemists , New York .

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898

^^ v ^ O $ ^ FO RTH NF ^ rJ ^ B ^^ W ^ Nyj A . woman s hand tells the tale 1 * * y ^ m ^ m If it is smoothe and white it shows she uses her head to ^ H ^ M save her hands—that she uses V [ GOLD DUSKS A to do her cleaning . If her hand is rough , wrinkled and shrunken , M ^ k it shows she is still using the old soap and soda combination . ^ M ^^^^^^^ B KMMMMt ^ K ^ KMMMMMMt ^^^ - ^ ^^^^^^ B ^^^^^ H ^^^^^^^^^^^ k Iron Mountain * ™*\ a Route f % No change of cars from St , Louis lo Hot Springs , m % Ark , San Antonio , Houston , Galveston , Texas , or Ms 9 ! California points , and but one change to City of Mexico , m ^ Superb Pullman Palace Car Service , Free Reclining Ms 9 ) Chair Cars . Mk J Route of the Famous K J Sunset Limited » I Tourist Cars to California ff W For full information , illustrated circulars , sleeping ear m * reservations , call on or address BISSELL WILSON , D , Ms « P . A „ III Adams Street , Chicago . j * V S ^ tfPCYClES / K §\ tt / £ *\ * flB * SlllW ! Af m Me...

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