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Our Boys and Girls [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
Our Boys and Girls The Little Breadmaker Take two quarts , one pint of flour , Fine and white as can be found ; pour it heaping on the sifter Resting on the bread-pan round . Of sugar add one tablespoonful , And the same amount of salt , Mix and rub them on the sifter Till all s through , then call a halt . gave one cupful of the mixture Till to knead It you begin , In one quart of blood-warm water Melt a yeast-cake smoothly in . Pour the water on the flour , Mixing both into a dough . Knead the dough for fifteen minutesSome say twenty . Dont be slow . When the dough s :. io longer sticky , Cover it , and say good-night . Place it where t will not be chilly If you wish to find it light . In the morning , you divide it . Make three loaves , and knead again . Let them rise a little longer , To the pan s edge . Place them then In the oven . Bake one hour . By that time they should be done . Praw them forth , and cool them slowly . There ! Bread-making s only fun . —Benjamin AVebster , ...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
When the Blood Is Bad tho entire system suffers . Tlio vital fluid fails to nourish and disease creeps in and gains a hold that is hard to break . Dr . Peter s Blood Vitalizer purifies and invigorates the blood , ft Is the discovery of an old German physician—lias been in use for more than a century , No Drug-Store medicine ; is sold only by regular Vitalizer agents . Persons living where there are no agents for Dr . Voter s Blood Vitalizer can , by sending S 2 . 00 , obtain twelve 35cent trial bottles direct from the proprietor . ThisoiTereun be obtained only once by the same person . Write to DR . PETER FAHRNEY , 112-114 South Hoyne Ave ., Chicago * w wwwwwwwww m mm . Am . jW \ jm \ m . ^ jm . ^ . A m &gt; A AAA A . OOOQQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 8 $ 10 A DAY TO AQENTS ; ^ MURAT HALSTEADS GREAT WAR B 00 K . O ( j Our Country in \ Var . r All about armies , navien , p \ _ const defences , Maine Disaster , Cuba , Our War yc ( J with Spain and relations with Foreign Nations . Q O Nearl...
OUR WEEKLY REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
OUR WEEKLY REVIEW t ^ . ^ aSHimimtmimmm-: !¦ .. — . , , * *¦ L ¦¦¦ - • ** IMIUM . IM ) nrrr --- ¦;¦ &gt; — * mmmmm * mm * £ MmWMpm [ HffiTJOSEPH AOAM ^ GEORGE J . ADAMS . ^ A . W KITWJItj ffl | « i « OHW ADAMS SONS &amp; K / TOHttt Mil I | JOW * . ^^ ESTABLISHED . 861 / ^ W ^ fflty ¦ Sff 1 IVE STOCK COMMISSION ? I ¦ UNION STOCK YARDS , CHICAGO , III 8 . * .. ^ t _ I QUI ^ . AND UNION - STOCK . YARDS , SOUTH OMAHA , NEB , AND KANSAS * CITY , Ma . 11 Receipts To-day 10 , 000 Cattle , 38 , 000 Hogs , 14 , 000 Sheep Handy Cattle Steady , Heavy 5 to 10 c Lower Hog Market Strong to 5 Higher Sheep Market Very Slow CATTLE Chicago , Ills ., Thursday , May 5 . The receipts of cattle so far this week will be about 45 , 500 against 35 , 339 for the same time last week . Last week s total was only 38 , 366 , against 50 , 269 in 1897 , and 39 , 913 in 1896 . After the small run and stronger feeling of last week it was only natural to look for increased supplies this week . We got ...
The Markets [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
The Markets Live Stock Market Cattle-Quotations were as follows : Fancy native steers , 150001700 lbs . $ 5 . 40 © 5 . 50 Choice to extra steers , 130001500 [ kg ,, 5 . 1 O 05 . 5 U Good to * choice steers , 120001500 jjjg 4 . 65 © 5 . / ffl Fat plain steers , 130001600 lbs .... 4 . 6 O 04 . 75 Fat handy steers , 100001150 lbs ... 4 . 3504 . 65 Common butcher steers * - *®* -S Good to choice cows and heifers .. 3 . 8504 . 60 Fair to good cows and heifers .... 3 . 4003 . 85 Poor to good canning cows i . imt . w Blockers and feeders , 70001100 lbs . 3 . 6004 . 75 Native veal calves , 100 to 400 ^ . 0006 . 00 Export bulls g ^ Feeding and bologna bulls 2 . 6003 . 40 Wisconsin CattleBest cows . I SIn Fair to good cows S - ^ S „„„ Canning cows „ ff , ?„ Heifers 2 . 8503 . 40 Oven . 3 . 0003 . 75 -S „ f ,= 2 . 6003 . 25 Caivea 4 . 0006 . 00 Blockers ( MO to 700 lbs ) If ®?™ Feeders ( 750 to 950 lbs . ) 3 . 7504 . 25 Hogs-Quotations are as follows : Good to choice heavy 4 . 1504 . ^ A Heavy...
PURE WHISKY [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
PURE WHISKY costs less than the adulterated kind if you buy it direct from the distiller and save the half-way profits . There is only one whisky bottled at the distillery seven years old that is sold to consumers direct without the intervention of wholesaler , jobber , agent or retailer . That s the Hayner Pure Rye Whisky , made by the Hayner Distilling Company , 316-322 West Fifth street , Dayton , Ohio . They are thoroughly responsible , have been in business over thirty years , and refer to every bank and business house in Dayton as to their financial ability and the quality of their goods . Four full quarts , that would cost $ 5 if bought in the usual way , will be sent you , express paid , in plain box , for $ 3 . 20 , if you live east of Denver , there being a slight advance in transportation charges on a package sent west of that point . No other pure whisky is sold so cheap . ||
A BACKWARD SPRING [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
A BACKWARD SPRING Brings Blood Diseases , Nervous Derangements and Chronic Catar h Never was there a greater demand for spring medicines—something to cleanse the blood , strengthen the nerves , or reg ulate the digestion . Is there any medicine so good for these purposes as Pe-ru-na ? Thousands of doctors , druggists and tens of thousands of people of all classes and vocations have long ago decided this question-that Pe ru-na has no equal in these cases . Poor , shrunken dyspeptics become strong , vigorous and hearty after a few bottles of it . People who are blotched , pimpled and sallow and sluggish never fail to find a course of Pe-ru-na to clear the skin , invigorate the system and enrich the blood . Chronic catarrh in all phases and stages , cases that have defied the best of treatment for many years , take a few bottles of Pe-ru-na to their entire relief . Nervousness , debility , weaknesses of both sexes , sleeplessness , irritability , despondency , hypochondria , all these ...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
Direct from Distiller f ^ fT t FOUR I + i \ rntlCllltlPt ** FULL QUARTS ; tU wUn &amp; UlTlCr ExpressPaid . ; Saving Middlemen s Profits , Preventing Possibility of Adulteration . We are distillers with a wide reputation of 30 years standing . We sell to consumers direct , so that our whiskey may be pure when it reaches you , Adulteiated whiskey is dangerous , abominable , yet it is almost impossible to get pure whiskey from dealers . We have tens of thousands of customers who never buy elsewhere . We want more of them , and we make this offer to get them : We will send four full quart bottles of Hayners Seven Year Old Double Copper Distilled Rye ( or $ 3 . 20 , Express Prepaid . We ship in plain packages—no marks to Indicate contents ( which will avoid possible comment ) . When you pense , and we will return your $ 3 . 20 . Such whiskey cannot direct . Others who claim to be are only dealers . Our whiskey has our reputation behind it . Baferemci—Third Xull Honk , ™; builncn...
Chess [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
Chess PROBLEM NO . 135 . Composed especially for The Farmers Voice , by Sigismund Gold . Black , 5 pieces . White , 5 pieces . Mate in two moves . PROBLEM NO . 130 . Tournament Problem No . 5 . By Dr . S . Gold . Black , S pieces . ¦ White , 5 pieces . 6 S 1 ; I K 1 p 2 p 1 ; S ; 2 It p 4 ; 1 R 3 Q 2 ; 3 p 1 S 2 ; b 1 p 5 ; b 7 . Mate in three moves . Credit the problem : beauty , 30 or less ; difficulty , 30 or less ; finish of construction , 30 or less ; originality , 10 or less . THE ORILLIA-PILLSBURY ASSOCIATION MATCH . The following game was played in ( his match . White , David Thompson , Orillia , vs . W . P . Shipley , Philadelphia . 1 P-K 4 P-X 4 16 R-Ql Q-B 2 2 S-KB 3 S-KB 3 17 P-QS 3 QR-Q 1 3 SxF ( a ) P-Q 3 lSB-KI ( c ) S-Q 5 4 S-KB 3 ( b ) SxP 19 Q-S 4 ( dJ SxUP 5 P-Q 4 P-Q 4 • 20 B-Q 2 ! S-Q 5 6 B-Q 3 B-K 3 21 S-R 4 ( e ) S-K 3 7 0-0 S-QI 13 12 QK 2 0-0 , 3 8 R-K 1 B-KSS 23 1 - 3 P- « S 4 9 BxS PxB 24 Q-K 3 PxS 10 RxP BxS 25 RxP B-Q 5 11 QxB SxP 26 Q-KB 3 Q-Q 4 1 ! Q ....
No Skim Milk F o r Him ! [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
No Skim Milk F o r Him ! A vegetable merchant in South Water street has discovered that spinach used as a poultice will cure the worst case of neuralgia . The merchant had been suffering with neuralgia in his right jaw for nearly a week , and one nigh ; last week the pain became unbearable . His wife was visiting a neighbor , and he set about to find something that would relieve the pain . He ransacked the closets and medicine chest but could find nothing suitable . The only thing he could find in the pantry was spinach . He made a hot poultice of the vegetable , placed it to his face , and in less than five minutes the pain was gone .
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
[ I P May 7 , 1898 WHEN OTHERS FAIL CONSULT DOCTOR SWEANY For the speedy and permanent cure of all NERVOUS , CHRONIC AND PRIVATE Diseases , even In their most aneravated forms . There is no one man in the world who hat performed so many permanent cures in both Men and Women of troubles which other physicians of acknowledged ability had ( riven up as hopeless as this eminent SPECIALIST . Nothing baffles his keen perception , his unerring diagnosis , nor his marvelous professional abilities , resulting from many years of experience . YOTJiO MEN suffering from any of the many ailments resulting from indiscretions of youth or men of maturer years suffering from excesses of any kind should consult him without delay , place themselves . under his treatment and have lost strength , malrjjy vigor and confidence restored . AAIDIHTET if you cannot call , a letter WW f \ I I fm carefully describing &lt; your symptoms and he will send to you in plain envelope his scientific and honest o...
The Brothers of Pity [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
The Brothers of Pity Rebecca Harding Davis contributes to May St . Nicholas an article , entitled In Old Florence , telling of an American boy who visited the quaint Italian city . Mrs . Davis says : They were passing the entrance of the Ponte Vecchio , a bridge , gray with age , which spans the Arno . Rows of goldsmiths shops cling along its edges like branches to a ship s side , and trays heaped with cheap rings , or jewels worth a king s ransom , line the sidewalks . Just as they reached it a sudden startling silence fell upon the crowfl . Across the bridge came a noiseless procession of men in black gowns and cowls . The cowls covered their faces , two holes being cut for their eyes to look through . They carried a sick man upon a bier and passed through the sunshine silently as shadows . All traffic stopped to make way for the procession ; many of the Italians muttered a prayer for the poor burden , crossing themselves . When they were gone , Tom felt that it was time for some ...
WOMAN ON THE BATTLEFIELD [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
WOMAN ON THE BATTLEFIELD WHAT SHE GIVES TO A NATION Whether war shall descend and continue upon us now with all its indescribable horrors and frightful carnage , or the brooding angel of peace shall spread her white wings to the sunshine of love —whatever may be the issue to-day or any other day in our American history—the tremendous fact remains the same , that woman is forever a chief and inseparable factor in the warfare of nations . Her rare appearance on the battlefields or in hospitals—nursing , cheering and comforting the wounded or dying—is a very small part of what woman does to promote this country s fighting capacity . She does more than roll bandages , scrape lint and send out dainty boxes of provisions for husbands , brothers and sweethearts in the field . The wives and mothers , and the sisters and sweethearts that will become wives and mothers—contribute something more in addition to this cheering comfort and inspiration . Every male fighter , however brawny and heroi...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
DYSPEPSIA For six years I was a victim of dyspepsia in its worst form . I could eat nothing But milk toast , and at times my stomach would not retain and digest even that Last March 1 began taking CASCARETS and since then I have steadily improved , until I am as well as I ever was in my life . DAVID H . M URPHY , Newark , O , ArAmmm CANDY M \^ J CATHARTIC ^ ( ftWCCartd ^^ ^ ^ TRADE MARK MOISTHWD ^ ^ T Pleasant , Palatable . Potent , Taste Good . Do Good , Never Sicken , Weaken , or Gripe , 10 c , 25 c , 60 o . ... CUKE CONSTIPATION . ... Sterling Itemed ; CoDPonj , Chicago , Montreal , Nor York . 311 IIA Tfl Qll * Sold and giiarantcod by all drugNU * I UDAII gists to CUKE Tobacco Habit . When writing please mention THIFMME 88 V 0 I 1 V
Weather and Crops [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
Weather and Crops The United States department of . agriculture issues the following climate and crop bulletin for the week ending May 2 : Illinois—Rather too cold and wet for rapid work , but much corn land prepared and planting begun over entire state ; will become general the last of this week ; oats are up with fine , even stand ; also little spring wheat and barley ; winter wheat and rye growing rapidly ; pastures fine and stock generally out ; fruits blooming and setting heavily and prospects for same excellent . Wisconsin—Week cloudy , cold , and dry until near the end , when liberal rains occurred with warm growing weather . Seeding completed in southern counties and progressing rapidly in central and northern . Winter wheat and rye are improving ; stand six to eight inches ; thick and healthy . Corn planting will begin in southern section next week . Michigan—Cool nights retard growth of all vegetation . Wheat , rye , and clover and grass have improved in color , but have m...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
$ 3 , 000 a Year , A First-Class Man Wanted in Every Village and Gity to Act as Manager and Employ Sub-Agents , and Exhibit the Cunny Gas Retort in Operation . Exclusive Territory Given . The CUNNY GAS RETORT is in Immense demand everywhere , peculiarly so where fuel is scarce and high . It saves money , time , and labor . Agents wanted to sell the Cunny Gas Retort and open stores and show the Retort in operation . Three thousand dollars a year easily made ; an opportunity for a permanent , prosperous business that should not be overlooked . Agents are given a good commission . Profits are large . Thomas Hootman , of Maryville , delivered seven and made $ 52 . 50 the first day , and has orders for 100 . A . E . Benbow says : People have gone wild over the Retort ; will sell a thousand easy . E . G . Clarke says : It is the greatest thing in the world for agents ; every family will have one . T . O . Youtsey says : It is a world beater ; my next order will be for 200 . M . T . Hines ...