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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 April 1898

Horse Owners ! Use GOMBAULTS Caustic Balsam 7 1 Sift Spcedr u < ftdUii CHI The aaftat . Beet BLISTER ever tued . Takes the BUoe of all llnlmenta for nflla or severe action . Bemorej all Bnncbes or Blemishes from Hones and Cattle . SUPERSCpeS ALL CAUTERY OR FIRING . Imvotiiblt to produce tear or bkmUh . Brery bottle Bold Is warranted to give satisfaction Price $ 1 . 50 per bottle . Sold by druggists , or ¦ ent by express , chargei paid , with full direction for It * use . Send for descriptive circular * . THBLAWBBNCE ^ nJ j lAMSCa ^ leTelahda When writing please mention THE FMMEBS VOlQf . ^ adk jfg ff * Q . TVJBBPHHH ! Qlve your Sheep a Gymnasium Save Yourself Unnecessary Work _ j . Stop the Leak in Your Pocketbook . BY USING AN IMPROVED UNITED STATES SEPARATOR AND FIRST PRIZE DOG OR SHEEP POWER I Stopped the Leak . MOKOANTOWS , P . \ ., Jail . 31 , iSqC . The Improved U . S . Separator nnil First Prize Dog Power that 1 bought of you doing good work , and run quiet and eas...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 April 1898

i BLPHH-DE LAVAL CREAM SEPARATORS De laTal Alpha Baby Cream Sepaxators were first and have over been P kept best and cheapest . They are guaranteed superior to all imitations and infringements . Endorsed by all authorities . More than 125 , 000 in use . Sales ten to one of all others combined . All styles and sizes— $ 50 .- to $ 225 .- Save $ 5 .- to $ 10 .- per cow per year over any setting system , and $ 3 .- to year ovcr an ¥ imi tatlng separator . New and improved fund of up-to-date dairy lnformatl 011 , THE DE LAVAL SEPARATOR GO RANDOLPH & CAN » L ST 8 ., I 74 C ORTUNOT STREET , CHICAGO . I NEW YORK . : . iftfTkw . I i mmm R tiDSHM J & S ^^ ¦ ill BT > fffcll jOgSgagBBi S ^ H & Hr J « HH \ cWRflHUm ff & BsHKil IJ ^ nHW w HaUl X fflffia ^• tSinBk OT IB K lfe ^ * • - ijlHjmgSS gtf ^ AmWjmOi gi ^ b > SBBMBY ^ rStt . Scotch-topped Bulls ! \ £ Eight Renick Rose of Sharon I IH Bulls that combine finish with g m subs...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Poultry and Bees [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 April 1898

Poultry and Bees Turkeys for Market As a rule one pound of turkey meat brings as much as two pounds of pork and often three times as much , although the cost of the two does not differ greatly when the turkeys are raised on a farm . A flock of turkeys require good care and careful feeding for the first few weeks of their lives , after which they are the hardiest fowls we have , heing native to the country and perfectly able to endure any stress of weather perfectly . The coldest weather does not affect a turkey and stormy days and nights find them unheeding and uninjured . The young turkeys should be kept within limits and prevented from becoming wet until they begin to show the red growth along the neck and about the head—which is called shooting the red—after which it matters not whether they have shelter or not ; As a matter of fact they prefer not to stay in doors . From this time until within a short time before they are to be sent to market they will hunt their own living in t...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Bee-Keepers' Column . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 April 1898

Bee-Keepers Column . Notes From fly Diary BY J . 0 . OB 1 HSI . BT . Spreading Brood Stimulative feeding , spring protection and spreading brood have each received their share of comment by various beekeepers , who are anxious to hurry up matters and get each colony ready for the first honey flow . With myself spreading brood is the only stimulation given , unless I happen to find a colony that is in starving condition . To be successful we must know when a honey flow is most likely to come , and further , we must have some idea what kind of weather is likely to follow . In other words , we must not go to work and spread the brood too much simply because this is a nice warm week ; next week might be freezing , or a ten days rain might follow , which , in the first case , would cause the bees to cluster to the center of the brood nest and leave the outside brood unprotected , - resulting in its loss . In the second case a week or ten days * rain would shut the bees in for that length...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 April 1898

When a baby smiles in its sleep it is the mother s fond belief that an angel is kissing it . No woman \ attains the supreme joy of womanhood until she knows the . caressing .. touch x of a first-born s fingers . No woman knows the supreme sorrow of womanhood until she sees her baby in the cold embrace of death . Thousands of women daily achieve womanhood s supremest joy , only to meet , a few days or weeks or months later , its supremest sorrow . This is because so manv babies are born into the world with the seeds of death already sown in their little bodies . If a woman would have healthy , robust children , strong and able to withstand the usual little illnesses of childhood , she must look before she leaps . , If a woman will take the proper care of her health in a womanly way , during the period of prospective maternity , she may protect herself against much pain and suffering and possible death , and insure the health of her child . Dr . Pierce s Favorite Prescription is the g...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 April 1898

ITALIAN And a Year s Subscription to THERURALIST FOR $ 1 . 00 , J . O . GRimSLEY Byrdstou / n , Tenn . Hanker of National Queen Breeders Union 9 ¥ V * 9 * 9 VWfV ¥¥ ***** 999 n Tt . QUEENS 5 ! * * < J I $ J I * = I * I J , I 1 K t I * < . J M ** A SURE WINNER . ^— . ^^ -Ollll SUCCISSFUl WCUJATPrT wlU t ^ OHfflsMB Prove nil ; oa use it . Sena to for ^ BeKSM new 128 page catalog and study th » HHaSBsSaM merits of our machines . Hosvaltt1 Ur * . - ^ gB able points onartifioial Incubation I . JS ** fl * I » nd poultry culture generally . . {• MifjlBS & iraalWe manufacture a greater ToriliyHWwVstj o ! Incabiton and Broaden ^ mmwBHmmW than any other firm . Sites HO to ^** B & 5 mW ~ : gjO . Prices from p . 00 to * TO . (» . Testimonials by DES MOINES jHCB . CO . theyard . —^« mBox 07 , DBS KOINES , fOWA . EXCELSIOR Incubator Simple . Per / set , BOfing . Thousands la successful operation . Lowest priced Brat-claM llatoher made CEOJl 8 TAHL cir...

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NOTES OE THE DAY J [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 April 1898

NOTES OE THE DAY J JUDG E GROSSCUP , in the United States Circuit court at Chicago , has handed down a decision in favor of R . R . Beard , receiver for . the First National bank of Pella , Iowa , against Milmine , Bodman & Co . and C . B . Congdon & Co ., stock brokers in Chicago . The suit was brought by the receiver to recover funds which B . R . Cassatt , president of the bank , had paid to the brokers before the failure of the bank in order to speculate on the Chicago board of trade . The decision of Judge Grosscup , unless it is reversed by the higher courts , establishes a precedent in recovering bank funds spent in such a manner . The amount of money said to have been lost by Cassatt in speculation amounted to nearly $ 65 , 000 . Judge Grosscup said the brokers knew the money furnished them was being lost ; that they also knew the business with which Cassatt was connected , and that it was their duty to ascertain whether he was spending his own money ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
The Farmers' Forum [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 April 1898

The Farmers Forum The Farmers Forum invites commuiiiwnoDS Ml 02 subjects from whatever point of view , the editor of TBI T 0101 assuming no responsibility whatever tor the Ideas « pressed No communication should exceed 800 words in length . Weather and Crops Illinois—The week was generally favorable except that it was too wet in some western counties . Oats are mostly sown and some early fields are coming up well . Gardening , potato planting and plowing for corn well begun , with fields of corn planted in extreme south . Wheat , rye and grasses are doing well . Wheat is jointing . Stock is being pastured in southern district . Fruits are but slightly injured and are blooming profusely in southern half of stfltG Wisconsin—Week very favorable for farm work . Seeding and preparation for corn well advanced . Soil in excellent condition for working and well stored with moisture . Winter wheat , rye and grasses starting well . Michigan—Weather very favorable for field work , but too dry ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 April 1898

^ ere are some things you unot possibly have . You ant have gray hair if you use Hair Renewer Neither will you have dan druffnor thin hair . Beauti IFiul hair iu every bottle . ^ r I have used Hall s Hnir Renewer r for the last thirty-five years and I « know it will do all that it is recomi mended to do . It will restore the I -olor , cure dandruff and prevent the airfrom falling out . I believe I would day be bald-headed and gray i 1 it had been for the use of Hall s Hair Re- ! Aln ver Lt K & * n fl « X l \ L \ / « 4 ? / f x l * ¦ * « f HnlPe vegetable Ki 4 f HUlI 5 Sicilian SU \ V ^ M | - V III , - ( S \ J / S »* * , Yi I \ L . 4Atu , g lX < Rt * . . _ Dr . R . M . TDCKER , Heena , . VHU —^~—

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 April 1898

MICA ^ T AXLE Mn CREASE ~ Makes the wagon pull easier , helps the team .. Saves wear — and exp ense . Sold W everywhere . ^ [ ; \ ] i ^ ^ A ^— —U BIG FOUR FLORIDA BEST LINE FROM OHICAOO AND THE NORTHWEST ST . LOUIS , PEORIA WIST AND NORTHWEST INDIANAPOLIS AND POINTS IN INDIANA AND MICHIGAN DETROIT AND TOLEDO THE LAKE REGION BUFFALO , CLEVELAND , COLUMBUS , SPRINGFIELD , DAYTON AND ALL POINTS IN OHIO VIA CINCINNATI or LOUISVILLE ONLY ONE CHANCE OF CARS Elegant Vestlbuled Trains of Buffet Parlor Can , Wigntt Sleeping- Cars ani Dining Cars . Direct Connections with Through Trains the Queen & Crescent Route and LOUISTIIU NashTllle Ky . WITHOUT TRANSFER . TOURIST RATES IN EFFECT . E . o . MCCORMICK , D . B . MARTIN Pass . Tr » f . Vgr . Oenl . Pass . A Tioksl 1 ft . | j ] ( \ J I J I J j J . i . 1 > j , j r - ^^ S > - ^ S * - ^ S * - ^ S * ^ sf V- ^( s- ^ 8 *«^ S * - * 6 00 * 3 50 TT ) c Farmers Scale ,.. This Scale has a scoop and platform and Win weigh...

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Woman and Home [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 April 1898

Woman and Home Contentment It s no in titles nor in rank , It s no In wealth like Lon on bank To purchase peace and rest ; It s no in makin muckle malr ; It ! s no in books ; it s no In gear , To make us truly blest ; If happiness hae not her seat An centre in the breast We may be wise , or-rich , or great , But never can be blest ; Nae treasures , nor pleasures , Coulfl make us happy lang ; The heart ay s the part ay That makes us right or wrang . —Robert Burns The Captain s Story See here , young man , I think its about time you were awake and getting UD out of that ! Late the evening before I had arrived in Mubarakpore , travelworn and weary , and this was my host s morning salutation . With the delicious consciousness that there was not a word of truth in the speech , I turned lazily over to look at the clock and at the speaker . The clock said half past eight , and I didnt care , if it did . The speaker , in cool , white morning suit , lounged carelessly in at the open door , f...

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FJJBKOJJ ) TUMOR [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 April 1898

FJJBKOJJ ) TUMOR Expelled by Lydia E . Pinkham a Vegetable Compound . MBS . B . A . L OMBARD , BOX 71 , Westdale , Mass ., writes : I havereason to think that I would not be here now if it had not been for Lydia E . Pinkham s Vegetable Compound . It cured me of a fibroid tumor in my womb . Doctors could donothingforme , and they could not cure me at the hospital , I will tell you about it : I had been in my usual health , but had worked quite hard . When my monthly period came on , I flowed very badly . The doctor gave me medicine , but it did me no good . He said the flow must be stopped if possible , and he must find the cause of my trouble . Upon examination , he found there was a fibroid tumor in my womb , and gave me treatment without any benefit whatever . About that time a lady called on me , and recommended Lydia E . Pinkham s Vegetable Compound ; said she owed her life to it . I said I would try it , and did . Soon after the flow became more natural and regular . I still co...

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 April 1898

Murat Halstead s Great War Bqok The great War Correspondent s masterpiece Our Country in War ; AND RELATIONS WITH ALL NATIONS All about the armies , navies and coast defences of the U . S ., Spain and all nations . All about Cuba , Spain , Maine Disaster . Over EDO pages . Magnificently illustrated . Agents Wanted Quick . One agent sold 89 in one day : others are making $ 39 per day . Most liberal terms guaranteed , 20 days credit , price Ion , freight paid . Handsome outfit Iroo . Send 9 two-cent stamps to pay postagei EDBOATIOSAL MIPS , 824 Dearborn St ., CHICAGO [ II . ] . ( I . I l | I || I I II I ill HI . | Irrigation Review Edited by D . W . WosKlNa One Dollar a Year Ten Cents a . Copy The Review is published monthly at the Capital of the Great Irrigated Region . It will be indispensable to every one who irrigates , —whether frou ditch , hose , or watering-pot . The Irrigation Review , Denver Colo NURSES How to become a trained nurse at home for private practice . Is taught by...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Our Boys and Girls [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 April 1898

Our Boys and Girls If Dad Had Plenty o Money tf daddy had plenty of money , my dear , Mv ! what a good daddy hed be . , wiM buy ev rything in the wort purty near An give It to Murry and me . Hed . git us the creek fer to wade In , by liners An down by the ford where it ripples an sings , , Hed strain out the sunshine an song an make things , To play with fer Murry an me , My ! what a good daddy hed be , An hed buy us the trees If Murry would tease—If daddy had plenty of money . If daddy had plenty of money I bet Hed be the best daddy on earth . They wouldnt be anything we couldnt get , No matter how much it was worth . To play circus with hed git us the skyTo make beads for Murry the stars upon To have pillow fights with the clouds that blow byNo matter how much they was worth Hed be the best daddy on earth . Why , hed buy us the moon Fer a souvenir spoon—If daddy had plenty of money . If daddy haint got any money , I guess He wouldnt sell Murry an me . We re tow-headed skeesickses—...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 April 1898

Probably no single drug is employed in nervous diseases with effects so markedly beneficial as those of cod-liver oil . These are the words of an eminent medical teacher . Another says : The hypophosphites are generally acknowledged as valuable nerve tonics . Both these remedies are combined in Scott s Emulsion . Therefore , take it for nervousness , neuralgia , sciatica , insomnia and brain exhaustion . ; oc and Jt . oo , all druggists . SCOTT It BOWNB , Chemists , New York .

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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