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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 8 January 1898

^^^^ 3 ^^^ money . It will CViro all forms of lameness , colic , sprains , cockle joints , etc . Send lo us for full particulars , MAILED VKUU . Tuttle s Family Elixir cures Nlieumatism , Sprains , Ilruises , Pains , etc . Samples of either Klixir free for three e-cent stamps for postage , hifty cents buys either Elixir of any druggist , or it will be sent direct on receipt of price . DR . 6 . A . Tumi , 27 Beverly Street , Bojton , Man . the irrigation Review Edited by D . W . WORKING , One Dollar a Year Ten Cents a Copy The Review is published monthly at the Capital of the Great Irrigated Region . It will be indispensa ble to every one who irrigates , — whether frou ditch , hose , or watering -pot . The Irrigation Review , Denver Colo . SlSSl ^^; wSjwSS- « i « r !? , tw ? £ fiS ? l w ^ fti ^ siSafl ^ kSfas ? **•¦ ^ ira F 0 fflUNEAT . THED 00 l ) ML IM / lErJJ ^^ % W t 0 $ 30 a ^ easily made » elllii 5 * V IWW H 1 FT iiiuwoudertulQueuiiHutlcrJUnkcr . V \ tMlLfl I I Isuu M ° a , iyc...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Poultry and Bees [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 8 January 1898

Poultry and Bees An Old Acquaintance Several years ago the town of New Concord , in Ohio , earned considerahle notoriety as the center from which a very clever gang of swindlers worked the people of the country . J . M . Bain was the head of this gang , and from his fertile brain scheme after scheme originated , all of which added to his wealth and notoriety . Without going beyond the line of strict legality he managed to swindle thousands of people , his operations being confined to small sums about which the losers did not care to make trouble and further expense , preferring to pocket the loss and confine their action to various uncomplimentary remarks . Mr . Bain first appeared as a philanthropist who desired to help people get rich by sending them directions for making an incubator that would work with perfect success . Directions for doing this would be sent for a 2-cent stamp . The applicant for directions was inform ed that the directions would be sent on receipt of $ 2 and ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 8 January 1898

• ii ^ J IW- ™ Is tnere anything more wholesome , more beautiful , more completely pleasing than a womanly woman ? Such a woman is even tempered , intelligent , strong and healthy . Health really tells the whole story . Health means strong nerves and strong body , and they go far toward bringing good looks and amiability . A woman worn and wearied by the dragging weaknesses peculiar to her sex , cannot be expected to find zest in any duty or amusement . Life is all one dead monotonous gloom to her . On her face is written the story of weakness and pain . The wholesomeness of health is lacking . The cheeks lack fullness , the eyes lack sparkle , the hair lacks luster . Doctors have learned to locate ninetenths of womanly sickness in the organs that ought above all others to be strong and healthy . Sensitive women shudder at the thought of consulting a physician on such matters . A natural feeling of modesty makes them dread the examination , and subsequent stereotyped treatment by lo...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 8 January 1898

Italian . ¦ 3 -w —k . >_ Take the lead i l- ^/ l / l ^ when It comes M Jw ^ iJ to business . riy Queens are number one . Buy of me once and you will again . 49 Send for FREE Circular . J . O . GRIflSLEY , Byrdstown , Tenn . Member of National Queen Breeders Union . S AOOI ^ TS OI X AR J < , _ 1 ^ 5 ^ == ? iafe == * is about the actual north of ) C lwj > ¦^ iJLH ^ BiuuSilffll nil r new book on Incubation } I l ^¦^ - = ? *! ia l Mnffl ff y - i Poultry . Contains a full ) l > g & ffisj & r ^ BBf and complete description of V ? tSMBsILKftL the Reliable Incubator ( r fS § fe = 3 fcJWv ^ * the Brooder of same name , c S dpS ^^^/ rT together with cuts and in- / 1 ^ 3 ! 5 ^ JMP ^ structions for build s poultry > j f -si ^ asgigp houses and much of interest and - i { treat value to the nonltrynitin . Sent on reo nt oflOc . * c & yAsIX ^^ i ^ SSXgn EXCELSIOR incubator Bpm-m lll ^^ Tfffffl Simple . Perfe...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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The Farmers' Forum [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 8 January 1898

The Farmers Forum The Farmers Forum invites communications all on subjects from whatever point of view , tho editor of TH 1 Voios assuming no responsibility whatever for the ideas expressed No communication should exceed 800 words in length . The use of various compounds in solution , in the shape of a spray to destroy injurious fungi and destructive insects infesting fruit trees and vegetable plants , has become absolutely necessary , and the best formulae and the time to use them , together with the method of application , has become of great interest to fruit growers and gardeners everywhere . This matter of spraying is of such importance that autVientic information from practical and successful fruit growers and gardeners is eagerly sought for . This new branch of horticultural science is rapidly approaching perfection , and there are but few diseases of fruit trees and vegetables arising from fungi that are not Buccessfully treated , nor but very few insects that are not succes...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
The Record of a Year [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 8 January 1898

The Record of a Year ( Continued from page 3 . ) with the exception of a few days in March when bad roads shortened the supply , there was no very active demand at any time in the year . By May 20 the price was down to 14 cents and it was not long before holders had to hunt for people to take their stocks at 13 cents . The demand for storage purposes began about this time , almost a month earlier than usual . This brought about a reaction and the market for May closed with quotations at 15 cents . Foreign buyers departed from their usual custom of taking low-gride lots and demanded the finest creameries . These shipments to the other side met with a very satisfactory reception and will no doubt be the means of building up a permanent and profitable trade with foreign countries . By the middle of September the price ruled at 18 cents and receipts were steadily dwindling and by the last of September 22 cents was quoted . This brought out cold storage stocks and prices fell again , but...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
The Order of Patrons of Husbandry [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 8 January 1898

The Order of Patrons of Husbandry To the Editor : —The thirty-first annual session of the National Grange of the Patrons of Husbandry convened in the city of Harrisburg , Pa ., on the 10 th of November , 1897 , with a large delegation of voting members present ; and more than one thousand visiting memberg _ representative farmers , and their wives , sons and daughters , from the several states—availed themselves of the opportunity to be in attendance a few days each during the session . The governor of the state and mayor of Harrisburg extended a hearty and most cordial welcome to the farmers from every section of this broad land to their capital city , and the social intermingling of citizens and visitors was pleasant and agreeable to all . The meeting , throughout its eight days session , was pronounced by all a grand success . Much valuable work in the interest of agriculture and the extension of the order was accomplished . The Order of Patrons of Husbandry—commonly called the G...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Flowers in Winter [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 8 January 1898

Flowers in Winter In selecting plants for the window garden it should be remembered that only those are really successful which thrive in a temperature of fifty to sixty degrees at night , with a rise of ten to fifteen . degrees in the day , or those which can endure a much lower temperature , say from ten to fifteen degrees less . It is possible to divide the plants up into two classes , and separate them in rooms where the required temperature can be maintained . In the first class all the flowers should be included that will live in a room suited to our own comfort . When it is too cold for our own pleasure the plants will suffer , and when too warm for us the flowers are also stifled . But as people differ in their sensitiveness to the heat and cold , it is always necessary to regulate the room by a thermometer . Keep one in the window where the plants are , and by watching it occasionally , we may guard our own health as well as that of the plants . The flowers that do best in ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
The Cholera Problem [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 8 January 1898

The Cholera Problem What you have to fear , said President H . H . Hinds , of the state live stock sanitary commission , to the swinebreeders , is not free trade or anything of that sort , but it is hog cholera , which has gained a serious foothold in Michigan and is increasing , in spite of all we can do . I dare say it is prevalent in twenty townships , if not more . It is the most highly contagious disease we have to contend with and we dont know how to suppress it . The boots of farmers and the feet of stock may carry the germs from an infected herd to a herd miles away . Where infected hogs run down to a stream to drink , the germs will be carried along that stream clear to the ocean , I might say . While we dont know how to suppress , the conditions demand the adoption of such sanitary and quarantine measures as will protect the herds . One of these measures is to practically stop the trade in swine between farmers . Another is to quarantine the herds on the farms , especially...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Nine Doctors But No Cure [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 8 January 1898

Nine Doctors But No Cure ( Special ) . —The following letter has been given us for pulication by the proprietor of Dr . Peter s Blood Vitalizer . It adds another tribute of fame to that already enjoyed by this excellent preparation . North Royalton , Ohio . Dr . Peter Fahrney , Chicago , 111 . Dear Sir : —Allow me to add the following to the many expressions of gratitude no doubt received by you on account of your well known and excellent remedy , the Blood Vitalizer . My family and all my neighbors are in a position to verify the truth of what I write . In 18811 was taken dangerously sick . I was at that time only 31 years old and had a natural desire to get well again . For five years was under treatment of the best physicians at a cost of over $ 600 without getting cured . I became tired of life . I had vio lent pains everywhere—couldnt sleep on account of backache , headache and palpitation of the heart . My feet were as cold as ice and my neck down to my shoulders was painful ....

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 8 January 1898

If or croup , 1 • J asthma , bronchitis , or whooping cough , there is no remedy •• M so sure and safe as Dr . Ayers Cherry Pectoral . From the ; M M first dose its healing influence is manifest . The sufferer who »• M has been kept awake by the cough falls into a restful M M sleep , and awakes strong and refreshed . Dr . Ayer s Cherry i JJ u Pectoral is acknowledged to be a specific for all pulmonary j M M complaints . Physicians praise and prescribe it . M M It is now put up in half size bottles at half price , 50 c . | •• M One of my children had croup . One night I was startled by the child s M M hard breathing , and on going to it found it strangling . It had nearly I »« M ceased to breath . Having a part of a bottle of Ayer s Cherry Pectoral in : M u : the house I gave the child three doses at short intervals , and anxiously : ftt M i waited results . From the moment the Pectoral was given the child s : M £ 2 breathine erew easier , and in a short time it was sleeping quietly ...

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 8 January 1898

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Woman and Home [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 8 January 1898

Woman and Home What One Word Did My ncl « libor mot me on Uio street , She dropped a word of greeting gay , Her look so bright , her tone so sweet , I stepped to music all that day . The cares that tugged at-heart and brain , The work too heavy for my hand , The ceaseless underbeat of pain , The tasks I could not understand , Grew lighter as I walked along With air and step of liberty , Freed by tho sudden lilt of song That ( Illcd the world with cheer for me . Vet was this all ? A woman wise , Her life enriched by many a year , Had faced me with her brave , true eyes Passed on , and said , Good morning , eal —Margaret Sangster . I wish someone would invite me somewhere to spend Christmas , sighed Miss Terry , as she hung up her cloak and started to rekindle her Are . I think a lonesome Christmas spoils the whole year ; I wish I could go to a party . , , , As she put on the kettle , she thought of all the nice things tho girls had been planning all day , in the shop , for Christmas ...

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v BEWAKE OF MOKPHINE . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 8 January 1898

v BEWAKE OF MOKPHINE . Special forms of suffering lead many a woman to acquire the morphine habit . Oneof these forms of suffering 1 is a dull , persistent pain in the side , accompanied by heat and throbbing . MBS . IitrorPEASLEY , DerbyCenter . Vt ., says : — I was very miserable ; was so Ik weak that I could ft hardly get around the house , could do \ nothing without j y feeling tired out . J My monthly periods had stopped k-Wk . -I- al 1 ^ ^ WaS jtBX ^ . . 1 so tired S gHjalr , and nervjMKgV j ous all of ^^ NHI the time . I v » was trou bled very much with falling of the womb and bearing-down pains . A friend advised me to take Lydia E . Pinkham s Vegetable Compound j Ihave taken five bottles , and think it is the best medicine I ever used . Now I can work , and feel like myself . I used to be troubled greatly with my head , but I have had no bad headaches or palpitation of the heart , womb trouble or bearing-down pains , since I commenced to take Mrs . Pinkham s medicine . I gl...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 8 January 1898

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Our Boys and Girls [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 8 January 1898

Our Boys and Girls Reminiscence it lies in the distance dim and sweet , On the borders of Long Ago , And the road is worn by the little feet That have journeyed there to and fro ; And though you may seek it by night or day The task you will never achieve , For only the little ones know the way To the land of Make Believe . Clad in their armor of Faith they ride On the wings of their fancy fleet , And we hear , as wo listen and wait outside , The echo of laughter sweet . It lightens the burdens of toil we bear , It brightens the hearts that grieve ; Till we wish we could follow and enter there In the land of Make Believe . And oh , the wonderful tales that are told Of the marvelous sights they see ! For the weak grow strong and tho young grow old , . And are each what they wish to be . Oh the deeds of valor , the mighty thingsToo bold for mind to conceive ! But these are every-day happenings In the land of Make Believe . Would you follow the print of the tiny feet ? You must walk as ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 8 January 1898

A Strange New Shrub that Cures Kidney and Bladder Diseases . Rheumatismetc . —Free . , DISORDERS of the Kidneys and Bladder cuuse BRIGHTS DISEASE . RHEUMATISM , GRAVEL . PAIN IN THE BACK , FEMALE COMPLAINTS , URINARY DISORDERS , DROPSY , etc . For those diseases a POSITIVE SPECIFIC CURE is found in anew botanical discovery , the wonderful KAVA- ; KAVA SHRUB , called by botanists , the pipir JHrs James Ytmng , Km , u , Ganges river , East India . It has the extraordinary record of 1800 hospital cures in 30 days . It acts directly on the Kidneys and cures by draining out of the Blood the poisonous TJrlo Acid , Urates , Lithates etc ., which cause the diseased conditions . Rev . W . B . Moore . D . D „ of Washington , D . C , testilies in the Christian Advocatr , that it completely cured him of Kidney and Bladder Disease ot many years statidlng . Hon . It C . Wood , of Lowell , Ind .. writes that in four weeks the Kava-Kava Shrub cured him of Kidney and Bladder disease of ten years sta...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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