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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 April 1898

Horse Owners ! Use GOMBAULTS Caustic Balsam l 8 » ft Speed ; and Fultlis Con The Safeit , Beit BLISTER ever need . Takes the place of all liniments for mild or severe aetlon , Bemores all Bunches OP Blemishes from Hone * and Cattle . SUPERSEDES ALL CAUTERY OR FIRINQ . Impouibli to produce acar or bumUh . Brery bottle sold Is warranted to give satisfaction Price $ 1 . 50 per bottle . Sold by druggists , or sent by express , charges paid , with full directions for its use . Send for descriptive circulars . ! * , THB IIAWBBNCB-WILLIAMB CO . ; ClaTelandl 0 \ ^¦_ V f | M * K 3 L HLVBWflHBv , a « w •»•»• ••••• ss > a « es > a PLEASE OANDY OATHARTIC 2 S « . toe . ^ , ^^ s ^^^^^ l ^ 3 »* , ^ nrnsgiiti . ^ »» am •» « •«•* « n »»«» • «—« n « g »«» ¦¦ ¦ ¦¦¦¦ # / S \ j mi > cciidd j ^ B ^ ^ ^ j ¦ ¦ ¦ ntii ¦

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 April 1898

1 America s Ten Greatest I IDairying Authorities on 1 I Cream Separators . I ¦ yj Tho Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Station . flfl B y MADISON , Wrs ., July l ;„ l ) 7 . Bfl flfl In conducting our Dairy School , we have had occasion to use the various sizes ¦¦ fly of improved U . S . Separators for dairy instruction during several winters past . ¦¦ ¦ B Our students have always been pleased With the operation of these Separators , ¦¦ Bfl and we And that they skim the milk very clean indeed from fat , and that they By Bfl are generally very satisfactory . fly Bfl \ V . A . HENRY , Dean College of Agriculture , MB Vfl Cornell U : i ; v : c 3 lty Experiment Station , ¦¦ flfl ITIIACA . N . Y .. November 13 , 1897 . flfl Bfl Wo lutve usi-d the U S . floparators for the past four or five years , and have BM flfl found them at all limes efficient and reliable . They are easily cleaned and kept flB flfl in order , and can be depended upon { or satisfactory work . Bfl MB II H . WING , Pro...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Poultry and Bees The Result of Skill [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 April 1898

Poultry and Bees The Result of Skill It is related that the late Dn Edward Harvey once founrlat a house which : he was visiting professionally a drake which had one feather of a breed of ducks once kept in his neighborhood bul had become extinct . ( Buying the drake and a duck from the same flock he bred them together , getting ducks with more feathers of the desired color . He continued inbreeding until he produced an exact counterpart of the extinct breed , although at the expense of size and perhaps vigor . This is an example of what skill inbreeding can do and is not more marvelous than other things poultry breeders have done . All of the family of domestic fowls were once the color of the black-breasted red Raines of to-day , and from this color we have white , black and yellow and mixtures of this color and even a pretty fair blue . The matter of color is entirely within the skill of the breeder and the w £ y it shall appear is seemingly so , since Sir John Sebright produced t...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Bee-Keepers' Column . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 April 1898

Bee-Keepers Column . Notes From fly Diary BY 3 . O . OBIHSIEY . Swarming . It was once considered as a sure end to surplus honey for the hive that swarmed . In running for extracted honey it is best to not let a hive cast a swarm , but with comb honey—if managed correctly—we need fear no check in storing surplus . To the practical apiarist swarming is an evidence of thrift , which , if utilized , will bring us good returns . A crowded condition is also a result of thrift and swarming , as a rule , follows a crowded condition . Usually , if you examine a colony , after it casts a swarm , you find it nearly solid with sealed brood , some of which is hatching rapidly . In the course of a few days the hive seems almost as populous as it was before the swarm departed . The secret of success in producing a large surplus crop of white honey is in hiving in such a manner that storing in the sections goes on during the whole honey gathering season ; we cannot afford to lose time . We have wa...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 April 1898

If life is . worth having it is worth taking care of . Recklessness does not pay , either in our work or / I ) our pleasure . J ! When people . read of a young * / man who has / / been killed / / while performI I ing some reck- / less feat on a / toboggan or at / ^ some other haz- [ . ardous sport , ti their sympathy // is mixed with surprise that any human being should thus carelessly risk life . There are thousand * of men who ire recklessly risking their lives while they g ; o about their common every-day avocations . They over-work , they do not take sufficient time from business or labor to eat or sleep or rest , or to care for their health . Outraged nature throws out danger signals , to which they pay no heed . They suffer from bilious or nervous disorders , from sick headache , giddiness , drowsiness , cold chills , flushings of heat , shortness of breath , blotches on the skin , loss of appetite , uncomfortable sensations in the stomach after meals , loss of sleep , lassitu...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 April 1898

ITALIAN And a Year s Subscription to THERURALIST FOR $ 1 . 00 . J . O . GRimSLEY Byrdstown , Term , Manlier of National Queen Breeders Union QUEENS 5 I t i 1 I 3 j J J * = I < I J , ] < l fi < . I J f ******** ************ ¥ *** ! Maple Farm j Duck Yards , J The Largest Pekin Duck ranch in the country . Twenty-five Hundred Mammoth Breeding Birds . We guarantee the fertility and safe delivery of our eggs , SEND FOR CATALOGUE TO JAMESRANKIN , ^^ s t r ! ! \ < | < < I ( > \ \ < \ i J> ( J ., A SURE WINNER . B 0 UP , SUCCESSrUL INCUBATOR will prove it it yon use it . Send So for new 128 page catalog and study the merits of our maohlnes . Has vain * able points onartinoiol incubation land poultry culture generally , k We manufacture a greater ranPetj of Incubators and Brooders than any other firm . Sites 60 to J— rr-r 800 . Prices from $ 8 . 00 to t . 70 . 00 . ^ aTi ^^ B ? fg 7 r 8 ^!? ote...

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tzimi & z *****^***************** 9 ** 9 **** 9 ** NOTES OF THE DAY -. -. J .. ~ . ~ . * . * . <* . * . * . * . * L . *>**** £ i £ l * l £ ! Cl * LAA £ l £ [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 April 1898

tzimi &amp;amp; z *****^***************** 9 ** 9 **** 9 ** NOTES OF THE DAY -. -. J .. ~ . ~ . * . * . &amp;lt;* . * . * . * . * L . *&amp;gt;**** £ i £ l * l £ ! Cl * LAA £ l £ WAR is on in earnest and the work of freeing Cuba has begun . The first actual test of strength was made on Wednesday afternoon , when the United States fleet under Rear-Admiral Sampson bombarded the f ^ rts at Mantanzas and left them in ruins without so much as a scratch being delivered by the enemy . The New York , Puritan and Cincinnati were engaged . The forts which were bombarded were on a low lying point and were considered merely earthworks . They did hot make a good target , yet when the big guns were fired , at the shortest range portions of the fort could be seen flying in the air at every shot . The engagement began at 12 : 57 and closed at 1 : 15 p . m . There were no casualties on the American side . Great damage is known to have been done to Mantanzas , and it is believed there was ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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The Farmers' Forum [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 April 1898

The Farmers Forum She Farmers Forum Invites communications all on subjects from whatever point of view , the ed ! toi of THI T 0101 assuming no responsibility whatever for the Ideas Ainressed Xo communication should exceed 800 words in length . Live Issues To the Editor—It was with deep interest that I readyour Texas correspondent s letter on state socialism and your comments on the same in the issue of April 16 , for the questions there discussed sre the real , ; vital problems of the hour , notwithstanding the fact that by fhe time this article reaches you Americans and Spaniards may be engaged in the glorious pastime of cutting each other s throats . Bloody wars at this stage of the world s progress must , of necessity , Ije of short duration , but the mighty question as to what line of conduct it is best to pursue in order to win economic freedom for the toilers is destined to be with us continually . The man who , while on earth , had not where to lay his head , but whose memor...

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THE MAN WHO LIVED . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 April 1898

THE MAN WHO LIVED . He should have been dead . But he wasnt , because * * Theres nothing succeeds like success . There is no withstanding the living-argu-ment of the man who should be dead , who isnt dead , but who would be dead , but for a preserving medicine . That s about the way it seemed to strike Editor Lawrence , of the Ohio Farmer , Cleveland , Ohio . He was afflicted with one of those colds that have , thousands -of times over , culminated in consumption , when not promptly cured . In this condition he met a friend , a consumptive , whom he had not expected to see alive . The consumptive friend recommended Dr . j ; C . Ayer s Cherry Pectoral for the editors cold , on the ground that it had helped him wonderfully . It helped the editor just as wonderfully , giving almost Instant relief . But read his letter : About two months ago , I was afflicted with a bad cold , and , meeting a friend , he advised the use of Ayer s Cherry Pectoral which , he claimed , had helped him wonde...

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 April 1898

r ALPHA-DE LAVALI CREAM SEPARATORS Laval Alpha Baby Cream Sepa- ¦ ators were first and lave ever been kept nd cheapest . They are ntecd superior to all Jons and infringe1 . Endorsed by all auies . More than 125 , 000 . Sales ten to one of all 3 combined . All styles ilzes— $ 50 .- to 8225 .- 85 .- to $ 10 .- per cow ear over any setting year over any imitating separator . Newana improved machines for 1808 . Send for new Catalogue containing a fund of up-to-date dairy information . THE DE LAVAL SEPARATOR GO RANDOLPH &amp;amp; CANAL STS ,. I 74 COBTLANDT STREET CHICAGO . I NEW YORK . 9 , fDe . , Many people are skeptical regard ing testimonials . Wc offer $ 5 , 0 . 00 . £ 2 Reward to any person who can prove bogus one letter that we publish in praise of the famous veterinary remedy Tattle s Elixir Send -three 2-crnt stamps for post aife on sample buttle , and list i . f les . • • 1 timomals . DR . S . , \ . TUTT 1 . I .,= 7 r . cvt-i-: ; - Si , Lusion jUUULS . 9 . JUUUUL 2 JL 2 . ...

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Woman and Home [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 April 1898

Woman and Home For My Burden Is Light When God first macle a little bird , For sheer delight , He sifted it with power of song But not of flight . Then by its side He gently , laid Those untried things That we in human parlance call A pair of wings ; And said : My little one , this : load Unlift and see Beneath this strange disguise , , My loves Sweet thought for thee . The feathered darling serious grew ; A sudden sob -..-, . . - ¦ Choked all the music in Its threat , ¦ And seemed to rob ., • The air of sunshine ; yet it gave A patient nod , • r .- • And said : Ill Dear it for Ydur sake ; - Dear Father God ; Then on reluctant shoulders , firm ..: The burden laid ; And lo the merry winds of heaven About it played . Until in very ecstasy It spurned the ground ; And borne upon its lifted load , Glad freedom found . O mortal , shrinking from thy cross , Behold the birds ! And learn the dearest meaning yet . Of those sweet word a S . Gubertives _ Stories About Animals Rev . W . J . Goog...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 April 1898

A dull , throbbing- pain , accompanied by a sense of tenderness and heat low down in the side , with an occasional shooting pain , indicates inflammation . The region of pain shows some swell , ing . This is the first stage of ovaritis , inflammation of the ovary . If the roof of vour house leaks , my sister , you have it fixed at once ; why not pay the same respect to your own body ? Write to Mrs . Pinkham , Lynn , Mass ., and tell her all your «»_ , symptoms , jfci Her experl- Mfm ence in J fH treating \ TW female ills 51 is greater ^ than any other living person . The following from MBS . ANNIE CUKTIS , Ticonderoga , N . Y ., is proof of what we say : For nine years I suffered with female weakness in its worst form . I was in bed nearly a year with congestion of the ovaries . I also suffered with falling of the womb , was very weak , tired all the time , had such headaches as to make me almost wild . Was also troubled with leucorrhcea , and was bloated so badly that some thought ...

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 April 1898

Itirii * The Horror-stricken IllUlil 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 $ 1 . 00 for prospectus . Address • MENNONITE PUBLISHING CO ., Sole Publishers . Elkhart , Indiana . 2 MIBICYCLIS ff $ x !\ Iwz % i \ f . ^ £ ? M / i # &amp;gt; 3 \ for Men &amp;gt; Womeit Girls f pvMC /^ Tit Mr [ £ = » ssi |^ r Boy 8 , Complete line . IvSiffl ^ lssfreM \\? v «? rN 5 w / AU brand new models . &amp;gt;§ MKSyx w / mw * 75 * ° Aw *^ f ftw . wiw \^ ^ y # ^ U ^ y $ eoArlington * » fi . 4 . 50 _ No Money In Advance . 0 theriit $ I 5 , $ 17 antt $ . &amp;gt; 0 WRITETOI ) A / for 8 PECIALOFKEB ., „«„„« , $ 7 &amp;gt; 00 to 112 . 50 Shipped anywhere C . O . D . with privilege to examine . Buy direct from manufacturers . saveagents &amp;...

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Ouff Bfrys and QifIs [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 April 1898

Ouff Bfrys and QifIs When Mother Looks I member isuch a lot of things , . That happened long ago .. . - When me and Jim was six . years old , Ait now we re ten or so ; Butthbsfe I remember best The ones I most eaii see— , . Are . the jthings that used to happen When Aother looked at me . One iiiak in chii reh , when me and Jim , Was snickerin out loud—The minister was prayin an The people s head was bowed—We had the biggest kind of joke About a bumblebee : Hut things got quiet rather quick When mother looked at me . An then there s sometimes when I think I ve had such lots of fun A goin In a-swimmin with the boys Down there by Jones run ; But when I get back home again — Just bout the time for tea—There s a kind of a differ nt feelin comes When mother looks at me . That time when I was awful sick , An the doctor shook his head , An every time pa come around His eyes was wet an red , 1 member her hands on my face ; How soft they used to be ! Somehow the pain seemed easier When mother...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 April 1898

There are three conditions ; When the blood is poor ; When more flesh is needed ; When there is weakness of the throat or lungs . There is one cure : that is Scott s Emulsion . It contains the best codliver oil emulsified , or digested , and combined with the hypophosphites- ; and glycerine . It promises more prompt relief and more lasting benefit in these cases than can be obtained from the use of any other remedy . 50 c . and $ i . oo , all druggists . SCOTT &amp;amp; BOWNE , Chemists , New York .

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