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SPRAYING FRUIT TREES . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 9 April 1898

SPRAYING FRUIT TREES . The question of spraying fruit trees to prevent tlio depredations of insect pests and fnnsns diseases is no longer an experiment but a necessity . Our readers will do well to write Wm . Slnhl . Quiney . 111 ., anil Ret his catalogue describing ; , twenty-one styles of Spraying Outfits anil lull treatise on spraying tbe different fruit and vegetable crops , which may lie bad for the asking , and contains much valuable information .

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 — 9 April 1898

Vegetables can be raised at a profit , and the yield enlarged , if properlyfertilized . Most fertilizers do do not contain enough Potash . Vegetables need plenty ofpotash— at least \ o % — besides the phosphoric acid and nitrogen . Write for our books which tell all about fertilizers . They are free . GERMAN KALI WORKS , 93 Nassau St ., New York . j SPECIAL SEEDS Xl IJJFFEILJ THAT GROW I V Mangel Wurzel or Sugar Beets , W * . • K s leading kinds « o BOc % w . Carrots , Imp . Long Orange , Ox- a W head , Dangers lOo 35 c j ? X Onion Seed . Danver s Yel . Globo , a ft Flat Bed , Hed Wethcrsftcld ... 15 c 4 flo fl 1 Warty Hubbard Squash 1 <>« 3 Bc g S Turnip , Strap Leaf l « o 30 c % B KutaBaga , Carter sImperial ... lOo 85 c H 1 Other Kinds Equally Low . Add 8 cents g tf per pound if to go by mall . 1 1 All Seeds Tested and Northern Grown . % m We sell to lending seedsmen by the car M ¦ § load . I can save you money on all kinds of W § Farm , Garden and Flower Se...

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 — 9 April 1898

live Stock and Dairy E . Davenport , Experiment - tion , and Professor of Animal Husbandry and Dean ol the Agricultural College of the University of Illinois , Drbana , has become a regular editorial contributor to this department . All questions relating to Animal Husbandry , save those belonging to the Veterinary depart went will be answered by Prof . Davenport . Rural Notes There are people who do not believe one is justified in killing any animal unless it is to be utilized in some way or is doing positive damage to our possessions . They might make an exception in the case of extremely old or crippled animals , but as a rule they would hold on to sick animals or those that are liable to be a nuisance to the last gasp . I do not believe in indiscriminate killing myself , but there are cases where it is best to shut one s eyes and kill an animal if not for its own good for the good of its kind and kindred . One such case is where a sow has to large a litter . iWhen this is the ca...

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 — 9 April 1898

I America s Six Greatest I I Dairying Authorities on 1 1 Cream Separators . I HH .- <»» - < . HwJ [ B | University of Wisconsin Experiment Station . ^ H mK Madison , Wis ., . Tan . 10 , 1898 . | H HH Another year s experience in our creamery , which we operate in aprac- HH HH tlcal way as well as for experimentation ana instruction , has ( riven us still BH higher appreciation of theAlpha Do Laval separators . Tho exhaustiveness ¦¦ K 3 of the skimming under Hie varying ; conditions of milk-flow and temperature K | fl ¦ HI continues highly satisfactory and the machines give full evidence of lasting HH ¦ Hj qualities under daily use . W . A . HENHY , Dean and Director . HW HH Cornell University Experiment Station . HH ¦ H Ithaca , N . Y .. Jan . 10 . 1808 . HH ¦ I A nother year s experience serves to confl nn ou r opinion of the A lpha HH HE ] De Laval separators . It has been my good fortune to observe closelythe HH ¦¦¦ SI operation ota large number of separator...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Poultry and Bees [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 9 April 1898

Poultry and Bees The Effect of Care We have in mind two flocks of chickens that are kept in the same vicinity . In fact they are kept side by- side and very often run together over the same fields . There is not much difference in the blood of the two . flocks and neither of them is high-class . The houses they are kept in are about equally warm and the difference in the room is not great . AH the conditions are about equal until we come to the question of care . Now as to results : One flock furnishes eggs in abundance and has been doing so since the first days of January , having begun as soon as the moulting season was well past . The other produces now and then an egg , but not in numbers enough to pay for the feed it eats . This difference has been brought about by the kind of care given the flocks . One has been fed a great variety during the winter ; the scraps from the table , vegetable parings , stale bread and all such things have been cooked , seasoned , thickened with br...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 9 April 1898

PURITAN DAMES . We hear a great deal these days of our puritan forefathers ; but little concerning the wives and mothers who landed at Plymouth Rock and founded that colony which was destined to play such a large part In our history . In 1621 Elder Cushnian wrote from Plymouth that he would not advise any one to come here who were not content to spend their time , labors and endeavors for the benefit of those who shall come after , quitely contenting ; themselves with such ^ 1 J hardships and difficulties as shall fall upon them . What self-renunciation and heroic purpose was this ! They drowned witches to be sure , but that was no part of their puritanism . It is to the puritan women we owe so much for that spirit in our people which gives them the fortitude to endure hardship and stake life and fortuue for their convictions . The American women of to-day have the spirit of their puritan mothers , but their constitutions are not rugged or able to endure half the hardships of these ...

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 — 9 April 1898

Italian { 1 13 - * - * . r * . * m Take the lead I ^ k lPff ^ ^ L when it comes I B JP ^^ ^^ lZ-7 to business . I riy Queens are number one . 1 Buy of me once anil you will again . . US-Send for FREE Circular . J . O . GRiriSLEY , Byrdstown , Tenn . Member of National Queen Breeders Union . A SURE WINNER . , ¦„„ SUCCESSFUL WCUBATOR will ¦ BBE 3 | 5 HK | H prove it if you use it . Send 60 for HwaBBPrailrHf new 128 page catalog and study the ( E 9 Eliiiii £ 3 ffil $ § merits of our machines . Hasvalu * B flffi ^ TwTI ablepointsonartiflcialincubation V FT ** 5 * l Jand poultry culture generally , . l-fl Babg ^ i ^ B ^ iy ^ We manufacture a greater yari * 4 a ^ HBaSiirtSSl @ a g et ; of Incubators and Brooders EslsSlSraaailiiluP than any other firm . Sizes 60 to ^^^^^ saT- 800 . Prices from $ 8 . 00 to WO . Ofc Testimonials by DES MOINES INCB . CO . theynrd . —^^* . Boi < i 7 , DES MOINES , IOWA . iHATCH CJuokens ^ sTMMS ^ BifrEXCELSIOR Incubator fl | ^ a ^ ll ^^^^ il ^^^ Sim...

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NOTES OF THE DAY j [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 9 April 1898

NOTES OF THE DAY j H AVANA harbor was rained and the Maine was blown up deliberately by those who were entrusted with full information concerning the mines and the way to operate them . This is the statement which comes from London , the authority being one Gibbons , who declares that he made the mines for the Spanish government . The manager of the Westminster Engineering company ( London ) confirms Gibbons statement . . Gibbons , who is a former sergeant of engineers and a government inspector of torpedoes , believes the Maine s first explosion was caused by what is technically called a ground mine , containing 500 pounds of gun cotton . Several of these mines were manufactured for Spain . Gibbons asserts that it is absolutely impossible for them to explode accidentally , as the electric currents for their explosion are formed only by the manipulation of a complicated key-board , especially devised to prevent accidents . Three keys are necessary , which are always kept in the poss...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
CATARRH . SIX YEARS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 9 April 1898

CATARRH . SIX YEARS case was beyond help . I took all-kinds of medicines , but without permanent benefit . In the spring of 1895 I happened to learn about a remedy called the Blood Vitalizer . I sent for a trial box at first and later on a dozen large bottles . I commenced taking it . My condition seemed to remain about the same during the first months , but gradually my chest began to feel easier and I breathed more freely . My appetite improved , . the cough become less violent and the phlegm loosened . My disease seemed to go all to pieces . Although I aurover GO years old , I feel to-day much better than I have for years . I intend to return to Switzerland in the near future , and will ask you to inform me as to whether I can obtain it there or what the cost of a shipment to Switzerland will amount to . I am satisfied that there are many in need of your remedy there , and I can now recommend it from the bottom of my heart . Dr . Peter s Blood Vitalize ! rejuvenates the old-rmake...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 9 April 1898

ATourof Europe $ 0 ^ 0 Paris Exposition ¦ £ * I S Farmers Voice Educational Tours Association : Your letter with receipt for first installment on price of tours came a few days ago and now . we are wondering df we were wise in joining since there is so much talk of war . Suppose there should be a war between this country and Spain , would it be possible for your company to run its excursion ? Would not the steamers be pressed into the service of the United States , and even if they were not , would there not be danger of the Spanish war boats attacking the passenger steamers and making us all prisoners ? Kindly let us know just how this will be and you will oblige all of our party and especially yours truly , Topeka , Kas . J . C . White . You will have no cause for regretting having joined the tours early . As to the war—well , there is no war as yet , and we hope there may never be ; but if there should , it is to be hoped it will not take us two years to whip poor Spain . ; A war...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
The Farmers' Forum [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 9 April 1898

The Farmers Forum ucty gives but small returns , and could one-half the area now planted to corn and producing only half a fair yield be used for pasture , and one-half the swine be exchanged for sheep , it would be a big thing for farmers who are weeping and wailing and howling over conditions for which they are largely responsible themselves . And besides the renovation of the soil and the destruction of weeds which sheep would bring about , there is something about the wool industry that commends it to every thinking individual . • When we increase our herds of cattle or swine we are simply bidding for lower prices—for glutted markets—but with the large importations of wool it is pretty certain that the market will not be overstocked with American wool for many years—would not be , if we coul d , as I have suggested , swap half our hogs for sheep . But that is not all . The diminution in the number of cattle and hogs that would occur by an extension of the sheep industry would al...

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

Hflll * g Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer goes straight to theroots : puts new life into them : a rich growth of hair appears . It restores color to gray hair , ar . d prevents baldneso . W &^ m H ^ K ^^ Js /^^ p ^^^ ^ ra ? PM ^ w ^ III ^ k * M M i ^^^^ Mj 1 ^ . ^^^^^ WS ^^^^ l ^^^^ PliKl r ^^^^^ K ^^^^^^^ m -NC ^^^ ASS ^®^®^^^ ^! ffiK 8 j | i * S * fQ Wi [ s ^ h ^ b and M iJjPT ) y , YX % J Jt 5-57 ) MvliMrliciiuifiiMnitoutiinillwoiiM V ^ t f £ l have been iierftttly unlil . 1 used two gt - ^ JAC ) bottles of Ihih s Hiiir liencwer , unci it Nrf l / tiPy checked tlu falline nut , thickened tho A m ^ tyi growth mid demised the scalp . —J . A . \ J ?\ 7 T _\ KEI . LEV , Antonio , Arh . Vt m ^ MWgf

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

iPllCA * fAXLE sii ° rtens WM * the ¦ UREASE Makes the wagon pull easier helps the team . Saves wear ^ and expense . Sold • _ P everywhere . « I J { 1 , M W ^ f J ^ ^ B Horse Owners ! Use * jk . GOMBAULTS iggjPCaustic lEsfe Balsam TmSMfMM ^^ k Safe Spied ! and Foiltiia Cita The Safest , Best BLISTER ever used . Tikes the place of all liniments for mild or severe action . Bemoves aU Bunches or Blemishes from Horse * and Cattle . SUPERSEDES ALL CAUTERY OR FIRING . Impouwlt to produce scar or bumUlu Every bottle sold is warranted to give satisfaction Price SI • SO per bottle . Sold by druggists , or sent by express , charges pnld , with full directions for its use . Send for descriptive circulars , ; IHB LAWBBNCK-W 1 LLIAM 8 CO .. CleTeland _ CL THE JEWEL Hand Cream Separator . The Most Durable Made . Maximum amount of separation with minimal * power . Capacity , 300 lbs . per hour . A prompt response to this advertisement will secure a large discount . Will make estimates and construc...

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Woman and Home [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 9 April 1898

Woman and Home A Day Dream Chained to a desk , a slave , I dream Of the good old days of yore , And I see the boundless glow and gleam 0 £ the broad , blue skies , once more . And the rare perfume of the clover bloom And the scent of the new-mown nay Seem faintly caught in the sweet dream brought From the years of the far-away . The roar of the busy , babbling town Which long my soul has heard , For lust one fleeting breath I drown In the song of brook and bird . My ledgers fade to glen and glade , And fields of corn and rye , As I catch the joy of a careless boy From a dream of the years gone by . I shall sometime flee from my prison cell And its narrow walls of gloom ; I shall quit the noisy town and dwell Where the sweet wild-roses bloom . And Ill trade my care for the meadows f alr And the drowsy croon of bee , While I hold as mine the bliss divine A dream has brought to me . -Nixon Waterman . Notable American Women The passing of Frances E . Willard suggests a retrospect of the...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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MOTHERHOOD . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 9 April 1898

MOTHERHOOD . Mrs . Pinkham Declares No Woman Need Despair . There are many curable causes for sterility in women . One of the most common is general debility , accompanied by a peculiar condition of th » blood . Write freely and fully to Mrs . Pinkham . Her address is Lynn , Mass . Sha will tell you , free of charge , the cause , of your trouble and what course to take . Believe me , under right conditions , you have a fair chance to become , the joyful mother of children . MKS . Lucr LTTLE , 255 Henderson St ., Jersey City , N . J ., certainly thinks so . Shesayst Iain more than proud of Lydia B . Pinkham s Vegetable Compound , and cannot find words to express the good it has done me . I was troubled very badly with the leucorrhoea and severe womb pains . From the time I was married , in 1882 , until last year , I was under the doctor s care . We had no children . I have had nearly every doctor in Jersey City , and have been to Belvin Hospital , but all to no avail . I saw Mrs . Pi...

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