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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
Horse Owners ! Use ^ k GOMBAULTS jfM * Caustic . L ^^ Balsam IWmmWwmmW 1 Safe Speedf ml Ftiltln Cm The Bafett . Beit BLISTER evermed . Tikei the piece of ell liniments for mild or severe action . Bemoves all Bunches or Blemishes from Horace end Cattle . SUPERSEDES ALL CAUTERY OR FIRING . ZmposiwU to produce &gt; car or MemiM . Brery bottle sold is warranted to give satlsfaotlon Price $ 1 . 80 per bottle . Sold by druggists , Or ¦ ent bj express , charges paid , with full directions for ite use . Send for descriptive circulars ,-., TH ^ jAWRBNCH ^ JLLlAMSCajChiTelano ^ a When writing mention The Farmers . Yoice .
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
I J , Separators 1 I FIG . 1 . W T FlG &lt; 3 . ffa , I ^ 0 ^&lt; I Fa ¦ H The out on the loft ( Fig . 1 ) is that of a De Laval Baby separator mmm Wmt bowl . It is of the improved Alpha disc type , which protecting patents ImmJ prevent the use of in any other machine . It subjects the milk to centrifu- ¦¦ I gal force in thirty thin layers . In consequence it has an actual capacity of WMm ^ H 750 lbs . per hour , at a speed of 6 , 000 rev ., and recovers 09 per cent , of the I ^ IJ )¦! butter-fat in the milk . It is mounted within the finest operating machinery mmM B ^ Q years of experience and the best of everything can produce . I ^ IJ WM The cut on the right ( Fig . 8 ) is that Of a typical hollow form of sepa- WW ¦ U 9 rator bowl . It is of the patent expired type the De Laval Company used SVfl Ml up to five years ago and which its imitators use to-day . It subjects the milk to centrifugal force in solid bulk . It has a claimed capacity of 300 lbs . MM ] per hour...
Poultry and Bees [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
Poultry and Bees Young Poultry This is about the time that young chickens and ducks put in an appearance , and a little later will come goslings and young turkeys . The treatment of each class differs in detail except in one thing ; that is , feeding early and often and a little at a time . If one could take the time to feed just a little every hour for the first week of young poultry it would be the ideal way to bring them up . If a hen is left to herself she starts out with her brood early in the morning and keeps going until dark , picking a bug here , a weed-seed there and a worm in another place , with occasional nips at the grass . The chicks are given a bite now and another a few minutes later all day and at night are tired as to body and full as to crop and ready to crawl under the motherly hen and sit in comfort until morning , digesting the proceeds of the day s foraging . Man has improved on nature in a good many ways and can do a better job of hatching with an incubator ...
Bee-Keepers' Column [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
Bee-Keepers Column Notes from My Diary BY 1 . 0 . GRI 118 LEY Swarming Why are the bees let swarm at all ? Why not shake all the bees out in front of the new hive , thereby saving the bother of hiving them , probably at an inconvenient time ? Well , it s true that we can tell about what day they will swarm , and could do that , but it is not in accord with nature s way . The bees seem to take on new life by swarming , and life is what we want in the colony at this time—when bees swarm they prepare for work by filling themselves with honey , or most of them do at least . But as to my plan of hiving . The hives should be prepared with either comb guides or starters in the frames—never full , or even half sheets of foundation—and the bees will be much better contented if you place a frame of just hatched brood in the hive . If the sections are well started , say half full , place them right on the hive , but if they are not well started it will be safer to put on a wood-zinc honey boar...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
When Lady Marie Wortley Montague visited yhe household of ¦ | 5 the Sultan , she f wrote home to England that the * v ladies of the I harem were \ smothered with \ \ laughter to dis- \ ( cover that her / I ladyship wore J / an inner vest // of steel and IS whalebone , v © tight , impeneI trable and still fling , in other I words , a corset , jl The ladies | \ of the harem would no doubt have been equally astonished , though perhaps not disposed to laughter , had they known that the women of western nations , through false ideas of delicacy , suffer in siletse untold agony , and sometimes death , through neglect of their health in a womanly way . Women , who suffer in this way shrink from the embarrassing examinations and local treatment insisted upon by the majority of physicians . If they only knew it , there is no necessity for these ordeals . An eminent and skillful physician long since discovered a remedy that women may use in the privacy of their own homes . It is Dr . Pierce s...
The Sting of the Bee [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
The Sting of the Bee The chemical and toxic properties of the poison of the honey bee have been a subject for long study by a German scientists , Dr . Joseph Zanger . During his investigation Dr . Zanger employed 25 , 000 bees . He found that the fresh poison is clear , like water , of an acid reaction , bitter taste , and of a fine aromatic odor . On evaporating and drying at a temperature of 100 degrees centigrade ( 212 degrees Fahrenheit ) , a gummy residue is left . It is soluble in water ; with alcohol it forms an emulsion-like mixture . The aromatic odor is due to a volatile substance , which disappears on evaporation , and is not poisonous . The poisonous constituent is not destroyed by short boiling , nor by drying and heating the residue to 212 degrees Fah renheit , nor by the diluted acids or alkalies . Dr . Zanger has proved the existence of formic acid , but he has also proved that that is not the poisonous principle . The latter is an organic base , soluble , with diffi...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
ITALIAN QUEENS And a Years Subscription to THERURALIST FOR SLOO . J . O . GRimSLBY Byrdatown , Tann , Member el Nstlooal Queen Breeders Union n 5 % V 3 $ J , V 1 * . IWWWWWWWWWW AMERICAN BEAUTIE 5 . Our Silver Laced Wyandottes ( American Beauty String ) were the great attraction at the Chicago Show . That pen of five pullets which scored 460 points , and average of 93 , is doing good work and we are prepared to furnish a limited number of settings at $ 3 . 00 each . Some not so high scoring , from splendid stock , from 81 . 00 to $ S . OO per setting ; price to suit quality , Address Kenilwortti Poultry Yards , OAK PARK . ILLINOIS . FLAVORED U H LL SE Every family can make good cheese with our process . Simple as making butter . The appsv ratus is complete , substantial and well finished . Size No . 1 , 10 gals ., ( 15 : No . 2 , twenty-five gals ., K 5 i No . 3 , thirty gals ., $ 32 , Write for circulars . H . fflcK . WILSON It CO ., Mfgs .. St . Louis , Mfc I KkensMV ^ EXCELSIOR I...
I NOTES OF THE DAY j [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
I NOTES OF THE DAY j ADMIRAL DEWEYS splendid victory at Manila last Sunday has been the one theme of world-wide interest during the week . It is unfortunate that immediately after the close of the engagement that destroyed Spain s Pacific squadron the cable between Manila and Hongkong was cut , and we are without details of the conflict and know nothing of the losses sustained by our force at this writing ( Thursday noon ) . All that is known has come through Spanish and British sources , and we may be sure therefore that the flattering account of the manner in which our navy in the Pacific has acquitted itself is in no degree an exaggeration . The story of the fight promises to rank as one of the most brilliant naval coups in history . Compelled by England s neutrality proclamation to leave Mirs bay , near Hongkong , the American squadron sailed at once for Manila , The Spanish authorities were apprised of this at dnce , and prepared to defend themselves as best they knew , confide...
The Farmers' Forum [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
The Farmers Forum The Formers Forum invites communications on nil subjects from whatever point of view , tlio editor of THK V OICE assuming no responsibility whatever for the ideas expressed . No communication should exceed 300 words In length . The Value of Gold To the Editor : —I never have been very strongly impressed with the proposition for free coinage of silver as a sovereign remedy for the ills from Which the people suffer , but I have been forcibly struck with the falsity of some of the assertions that have played a great part in the discussion of this subject , and solely , with the idea of aiding in the development of truth I wish to offer a few remarks , caring very little for their bearing on the main controversy . It has been said thousands of times by those favoring the establishment of the gold standard in this country that , throughout all the most highly civilized nations of the world , the usages of commerce have firmly settled the appropriateness of gold as a bas...
NEW MODEL FOR 1898 . A FORTUNE AT YOUR DOOR [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
NEW MODEL FOR 1898 . A FORTUNE AT YOUR DOOR Making Money Selling the Wonderful Queen Butter Maker . Mrs . Gentry of Kentucky , whose husband keeps a store , sent a man to take her machine around the neighborhood , and in two weeks time he sold thirty , making a profit of $ 90 for her . Z . T . Hiatt of Kansas , a member of the Society of Friends , says : My wife started the Butter Maker as a team was leaving the yard with a load of wood , and before it was forty rods away the churning was done . I will have nothing to do when my dozen Butter Makers arrive only to deliver them ; they sell right at the door . My next order will be for twentyfive or fifty . * Mr . Chester says : I am going to make a fortune selling the Queen Butler Maker . Everyone says the principle is perfect . I sold eight the first day and made $ 24 ; I am perfectly delighted with my success , and am sure I can make $ 200 a month , and not work hard either . I will devote my whole time to it , as it is the easiest ...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
Aflers Asthma cure better known as Ayer / s Cherry Pectoral , has made a record for its remarkable cures of asthma . Cases that have been considered beyond hope or help have been cured by this remedy . We give two examples of such cures out of the many on record : — « My mother has been a great sufferer from asthma for the past ten years , and her recovery is almost without a parallel . On account of her advanced age—over seventy—we had but little hopes of ever seeing her well again ; but we are sincerely grateful to inform you that she has been entirely cured by the use of AVer s Cherry Pectoral . INGUS BANKS , Tar Brook , N . S . I was a sufferer for a long time from asthma , vainly endeavoring to procure relief in the use of ordinary remedies . At length I was induced to try a bottle of Ayer s Cherry Pectoral . The first bottle afforded me so much benefit that I continued the use of the remedy until entirely cured . . JOSEPH KLONZ , Charlotte , N . C . Ayer s Cherry Pectoral put ...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
WHAT DO YOU WANT ? Ifits Buggies , Harness , Saddles , Bicycles , Sewing Machines , Feed Cookers . Cider l resses , Spray Pumps , Poultry ^ TBA |? P , ™| Supplies or anything else , we vraro WINTSI ran supply it direct from the fac- , u iftinAu l &gt; -y- No matter what it is , or where Uj ™ U it is made , we can supply It and srtie you money too . Try us . Write for our illustrated catalogue , circulars , etc . Frask B . Hartley Mfg . Co . Sk £ Oat ^ Winpfs Steel iff wMaKt ^ &amp; $ B $ TankcBegulatois and Grind * * WH ! ll SSI Kenwood Terrace ] Chicago . 08
Women and Home [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
Women and Home May Along the wood-paths , vague and dim , Across the wide horizons rim , All day the breezes laugh and sing , Or to the trees are whispering Of things that only they may know , Where shadows go , How Ilowers grow , Whence summer comes , whence wild winds blow . Across the fields , among the trees The world is tilled with mysteries . Over the fields once bare and brown Spreads a green carpet , flower-strewn ; The trees that stood in nude distress Now wear a dress Of loveliness Fit for an em uassadress . Thorn-apple trees are blossoming , Their flowers , like censers , all a-svving , Make odorous the breath of day . The world is glad—the time is May . This May will go ; it will come back . The zodiac Limits the track Of all the years . May must come back . LlSNVOI . While in the skies the planets burn , While seasons go but to return , No memory Will ever be As dear as that of May to me . Chicago . Miller Purvis . War s Grim Duty Pigot ! Artaud ! Didier ! Each man answ...
Stop ! Women , [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
Stop ! Women , a . / aww r * * ABJ consider that in addrMabg Vrs . Pinkham you aw confiding year prWata Ills to a woman—a woman whose ex * fierlenoe In treating woman 1 ! diseases s greater than that of any living physician , male or female . You ean talk freely tea wetnan when it is revolting to relate yew private troubles to a man ) besides , a man does not understand , simply beoause he isa man . MRS . WNKHAMI 8 TAMDZNO INVITATION . Women suffering from any form of female weakness are invited to promptly communicate with Mrs . Pinkham , at Lynn , Mass . All letters are received , opened , read , and answered by women only , A woman ean freely talk of her private illness to a woman . Thus has been established the eternal confidence between Mrs . Pinkham and the women of America which has never been broken . Out of the vast volume of experience which she has to draw from , it is more than possible that she has gained the very knowledge that will help your case . She asks nothing in...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
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