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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 14 May 1898

May 14 , 1898 ; ALPHA-DE LAVAL CREAM SEPARATORS Al pha Baby Cream Sejmrators wore first and . ICi 3 P » hftve oycr beon ^ P fill Jar best and cheapest . They are rrMl guaranteed superior to all - jSgSSSBII imitations and infringc- ^ S BH I merits . Endorsed by all uu- / gmEH \ thoritlCS . More than 125 , 000 / SSHBKJI innse . Salestcntooncofall ffynHH others combined . All styles ft IFW / Bm and sizes—850 .- to $ 225 .- w Iff Ell Save $ • » .- to $ 10 .- per cow \> . \ m H H I L per year ovcr any setting ^* JJ | Hm system , and $ 3 .- to • 41 wBL BL ?* loar over any * m - - ^ Jm RnSKsSS > k- tating separator . taEBHH | MHPJ ^ $ New improved ^ ffeg ^ SSPjaSr ^ logue containing a > ^ KSK 9 r fund of up-to-date ^^^ ifffk dairy information . THE DE LAVAL SEPARATOR CO RANDOIPH & CANAL STS ,, I 74 CORTLANDT STREET CHICAGO . I NEW YORK . : . • rJET ^ i D « laral 11 HM BJL ] L 9 BJH . , FINEST pUCCCC FLAVORED UlULLOLi Every family can make good c...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Poultry and Bees [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 14 May 1898

Poultry and Bees Best Food for Chicks The nicest flock of little chickens we ever saw we found a day or two ago in the suburbs of Chicago . There were 200 of them in two flocks , one a few days old and the other three weeks old , and in all our experience with chickens we never saw larger ones at the age than were in that three-weeks-old flock . There were three or four Leghorns in the flock , the remainder being Plymouth Rocks , and- all of them were fully as large as the average chicken is at six weeks o . d . These chicks are kept in an out-door brooder , but the brooder , instead of being set out of doors , is placed in a little house about 6 x 8 feet on the ground , with windows across the entire south side . There is no floor in these little brooder houses , but moist black prairie mold is kept on the natural earth for the chicks to run on . These chicks are fed in a very simple manner . They are given boiled milk to drink , a pan of sand to pick at to furnish grit , and for a...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 14 May 1898

Men who work on , in , or by the water , or are exposed to the cold or damp are prone to suffer from that most painful disease , rheumatism . This is a disease of the blood and can only be permanently cured by going back to first principles and driving out all impurities , and filling the arteries with a new , rich , red , healthy life-stream . This is the rea son why Dr . Pierce s Golden Medical Discovery is an unfailing cure for that disease . It is the greatest of all blood medicines . It creates a keen and hearty appetite . It cures all disorders of the digestion and makes the assimilatidh of the life-giving elements of the food perfect . It invigorates the liver and tones the nerves . It is the greatest o £ all known blood-makers and blood - purifiers . It builds firm , healthy flesh , but doe * not make corpulent people more corpulent . Unlike cod liver oil , it does not make flabby flesh , but tears down the unhealthy tissues that constitute corpulency , carries off and excre...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 14 May 1898

ITALIAN QUEENH And a Year i Subscription to THE RURALIST FOR S 1 . 00 J . O . GRimSLEY Byrdatourtii Tsnn . Member ot National Queen Breeder . Union ^ 5 I J j . j , I I , ¦ svanmnnnnnmvnnlKnnm S Maple Farm I I Duck Yards , i f The largest Pekin Duck J 0 ranch in the country , f # Twenty-five Hundred # S Mammoth Breeding i i Birds . We guarantee i ) the fertility and safe d } delivery of our eggs , 4 4 8 END FOR CATALOGUE TO 4 \ JAMESRANKIN . S ^ r 1 j I There are golden opportunities for 1 * 1 A fruitgrowers , dairymen , poultryI IV men stockbreeders and farmers In all lines In Washington , r iL Oregon , Idaho , Montana . POr InK Send one dol . ur fur yeur a 1 w »¦ » subscription to Ranch IVI AIM . 1 A ! A ««* I nml Bunue , and get llKW W £ Sl m ° strclia > letnformal , v ww * Mon about thlsurent rich new country . Address , :-e ; titie . Wash . tl nt UnUWIl for cutting green banes . For the poultrsman . Bestin theworld . Lowest in price . Send for circular and testimonial...

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NOTES OF THE DAY J [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 14 May 1898

NOTES OF THE DAY J SPAINS helplessness becomes more and more apparent . Starvation adds its horrors and its dangers to the revolutionary conditions which all along have threatened Spain , and women crying in the streets for bread with which to feed their children contribute to conditions intolerable . If the vain and senseless men who are at the head of Spanish affairs soon do not sue for peace it will be the duty of the nations to compel them to do so in sheer charity . Signs are riot wanting that the conservative elements in that unhappy country are weary of war . The crushing blow inflicted by Dewey has taken all heart out of the people , and the lack of funds and of food must soon bring the struggle to an end . Spain s misgovernment at home is quite as bad as that which has charac terized her colonial policy ; it is not strange , therefore , that there is demand for a change , and one which if not soon forthcoming will be compelled by forces opposed to the existing administratio...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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The Farmers' Forum [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 14 May 1898

The Farmers Forum The Farmers Forum Invites coniimiulcntlons on all siiliJcctB from whatever point of view , the editor of Til B VOIOK . assuming no responsibility whatever for the Ideas expressed . No communication should exceed 300 words In length . The Social State To the Editor—As you say in The Farmers Voice of April 14 state socialists would be the first to repudiate the practice of such socialism as you insist there would be under state socialism . Perhaps a definition of the social state as I use the term will help to better understanding . The state , as I use the term , I may define as this : That organic form of business administration which is the result of voluntary compact , willingly entered into by the majority of an intelligent people , for the nearest possible equal good of all , with the least possible partiality to any , with the greatest consideration for the personal wishes and liberty of the individual , consistent with collective safety ; demanding from eaoh ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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WHAT A MOTHER SAYS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 14 May 1898

WHAT A MOTHER SAYS Of Dr . Hartman s Famous Family Remedy ar . d Sprint * Tor . ic Mrs . Hannah Lind , 1132 East Long street , Columbus , Ohio , is one of the many enthusiastic advocates of Pe-ru-na . She says : For many years I was subject to nervousness , despondency and neuralgia , for which doctors and remedies seemed of no use . At last I was persuaded to try Pe-ru-na . I found it to be exactly the remedy I had been so long in search of . It relieved the tired , depressed feeling felt in springtime at once . It never fails to restore to me natural appetite and the best of sleep . It has cured permanently my old despondency and neuralgia , and I wonder why so many people continue to suffer through spring and ear . y summer when Pe-ru-na is such a prompt and perfect relief . As a family medicine I believe Pe-ru-na to have no equal . It relieves at once cramps , colic , prostration from heat , the ill-effects of sudden checking of the perspiration , and all other bad effects of ho...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 14 May 1898

What does A stand for ? When some friend suggests that your blood needs A sarsaparilla treatment , remember that A stands for AYERS . The first letter in the alphabet stands for the first of sarsaparillas ; first in origin , first in record , first in the favor of the family . For nearly half a century Sarsaparilla has been curing all forms of blood diseases—scrofula , eczema , tetter , rheumatism , erysipelas , blood poisoning , etc . There s a book about these cures— Ayer s Curebook , a story of cures told by the cured , —which is sent free on request , by Dr . J . C . Ayer , Lowell , Mass . The book will interest you if you are sick or weak , because it tells not what it is claimed the remedy will do , but what your neighbors and fellows testify that it has done . Will it cure you ? It has cured thousands like you . Why not you ? Aytrs

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 14 May 1898

^ n ^ scasyt 0 E = j | nau l a big i // load up a SrV b S m if rJ & y you grease ^ the wagon wheels with MICA Axle Grease Get a box and learn why it s the best grease ever put Oil an axle . Sold everywhere C il «» W « * m | f = A ^ Pl | L = m LV s ^^ TP ^ U KvftO \ M Jg } t ££ l £ ^ t BHfe feBjfa ^ ^ M ¦ SB JH H M nsjjB V 1 MB S KB . If I fl Aim If I ? ( Map and 82-pag . R L UV / IVUIIYC j History o ( Alaska , with laws for mining and taking up claims , by mall , M cents . VVINUUB & CO ., Station It , Chicago . DO YOU OWN A HORSE ? NQMDRE BROKEN NAME STRINGS ENTS nm ^^^^ PP ^ STAH ^ Sr BS ** P HAME FASTENER CD 2 fiC . ¥ CHICAGO ILL . SflllPLE BY MAIL . VPjj IkMl ^ J ^ WF ill // Winffpr \^ tPPl w , ND wff // ™ D MILL wvJJw £ v , ^ 0100011 ^^ 1 ^ Mec & anIoall y 4 ®™ IS ^ 6 « n $ fe Tankc , Regulators and Grind * Wlllgt SfmW ers . E . B . TVINGJBB , T UB US 633 Kenwood Terrace , Chicago . It rests with yon whether you continue the ^^^ H nerve-killin...

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Woman and Home [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 14 May 1898

Woman and Home the People s Need Three things the people need To make them free . The first is brotherhood—To seek each other s good In harmony . They never can be freed Until they are unitedOne purpose for the right , One army in the light . The toilers must unite Before their wrongs are righted . Three things the people need To make them free . The next is menial light , Salvation from the blight Of bigotry . Fear , prejudice and creed Flee from its glow increasing . From off the Future s face , For all the struggling race , Twill shine in every place , A beacon and a blessing . Three things the people need To make them free . The last is but , to know AVhat He taught long ago , In Galilee . The reign of fraud and greed Before His word must vanish . The slave twill liberate ; Twill better make the state ; And tyranny and hate From out the world twill banish . —J . A . Edgerton . Suggestions for Women . To have ones handkerchiefs delicately perfumed add a small piece of orris , roo...

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 14 May 1898

I Rheumatic j Aches X that make lite miserable for so r many , can be cured . The best and m mostnatural remedy . that goes straight 4 to the cause of the trouble , is \ Dr . Peter s \ Blood I Vitalizer j ] the Swiss-German remedy which was discovered by an old Gorman physician 0 over a hundred years ago , but adver- > Used only within recent years . \ It restores purity and life to the • blood , strengthens the entire system > and builds up thegeneral health . Sel5 dom failstoctironlldlseasescaused by # Impoverished blood or from disordered 4 stomach . X No Drug Store medicine ; is sold 5 only by regular Vitalizer agents 5 Persons living where there are no W agents for Dr . Peter s Blood Vitalizer 6 can , by sending $ 8 . 00 obtain twelve 36cent trial bottles direct from the pro- ™ prletor . This offer can beobtulnedonly A once by the same person . S Write to DR . PETER PAHRNEY , £ 112-114 South Hoyne Ave ., Chicago . d ^ wwwwww ** Tu / fj * The Horror-Stricke...

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Our Boys and Girls [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 14 May 1898

Our Boys and Girls A Long-Felt Want One clay wee Willie and his doff Sprawled on the nursery floor . He had a florist s catalogue And turned the pages oer . Till all at once he gave a spring . Hurrah ! he cried with joy : Mamma , here s just the very thing To give your little boy ! For , when we fellows go to school , We lose our things , you know ; And in that little , vestibule Theydo get mixed up so . And , as you often say you cant Take care of em for me , Why dont you buy a rubber plant And an umbrella tree ? —St . Nicholas . Preserved Sunlight Johnnie had been watching the men unload the coal . Shovelful after shovelful he had seen tumbling down , until the regular recurrence made him drowsy . He was somewhat aroused by two or three shining lumps falling just beside him , where he lay on the grass , in the sunshine . Hello , said Johnnie lazily , I suppose after having lived always in the ground , you dont like this bright sunlight . Ha ! ha ! laughed the little shining lumps ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 14 May 1898

Why is it that nearl y all aged persons are thin ? And yet , when yon think of it , what could you expect ? Three score years of wear and tear are enough to make the digestion weak . Yet the body must be fed . In Scott s Emulsion , the work is all done ; that is , the oil in it is digested , all ready to be taken into the blood . The body rests , while the oil feeds and nourishes , and the hypophosphites makes the nerves steady and strong . 50 c . and $ 1 . 00 , all druggists . SCOTT & BDWNE , Chemists , New York .

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 14 May 1898

J ^ mfr ^ Things ^^ B & M / ffWmm is ne ver P easant work . The way to have cleaning ^ k ^ KrmMawJI ^ M well done , and to get through it quickly without ^ K mJ // f m Mm / m spending much strength , is to use L JJMUV * Washin s 6 f UW oUST Powder . Sfe ^^ jiH ii Then the cleaning things are laid aside early in the day , and X * ffiM ° || I the housewife has time for more pleasant things . / KjUP ^ S [ IB Largest package-greatest economy . ^ OU $ » Vm THIS K . K . FAIRBANK COMPANY , NMMSIP JM Chlca 60 i st : Loul • s ¦ New York J * 08 011 - Philadelphia . i ==== IiBa ^ BHHHBMHIHHMHHHHHi ^ BIHHBIHI ^ BK 3 S -iMARUN ^^ JPIDPDIUTFD ¦^ 8 BSHB »| tic 33-cnlibre cartridges fova Marlin , Model 181 ) 3 , cost only 85 . 00 it thousand . 33-oalibie cartridges lor any oilier repeater made , cost 813 . 00 a thousand . Vnu can save the entire cost of your Marlin on the tirst two thousand cartridges . Why this is so is fully explained in tlie Marlin Hand ISook for shooters . It also t...

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The Markets [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 14 May 1898

The Markets Live Stock Market Cattle-Quotations were as follows : Fancy native steers , 1500 @ 1700 Uis . S 5 . 40 a 5 . 50 Choice to extra steers , 130 O @ 15 OO ] ijS b . ooigo . w Good to choice steers , 1200 @ 15 DI ) iu s 4 . 50 { t 5 . ^> Fat plain steers , 13 C 0 @ M 0 lbs . .. 4 . 401 M . 7 U Fat handy steers , lOOOCullfM lbs . .. 4 . 35 fi . 4 . G 5 Ccmmon butcher steers JH ™ Good to choice cows and heifers .. 3 . 85 © 4 . bO Fair to good cows and heifers .. 3-40 @ J . >; 5 Poor to good canning cows 2 . 25 # J . uu Blockers and feeders , 70001 . 100 lbs . 3 . 00 St 4 . i 5 Native veal calves , 100 to 400 lbs .. 4 . M @ rj . 25 Export bulls 3 . 25 ( B ) 4 . 2 o Feeding and bologna bulls 2 . 60 @ 3 . 40 Wisconsin Cattle- ,, . _ , „ , Best cows HP ? ™ Fair to good cows ? , \ , 5 ® iHn Canning cows „ A oi ° &? 7 / ¦ Heifers ...: 2 . 85 f ( f 3 . 40 X 1 C 1 LCI O ........ ..-. n ,,, n -.- Oxen 3 , 00 » i- ! i . 7 o H „ Ilq 2 M & . £ ...

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OUR WEEKLY REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 14 May 1898

OUR WEEKLY REVIEW jjffl JOSEPH ADAMS . GEORGE J . ADAMS . A . W . WTCMlN ., SM I SiL tnrttt ADAMS SONS & Rfjvw > W % I I W JO ™ -ESTABLISHED 1861 • * ^ Hlty IKP § IWIIVE STOCK COMMISSION ? 1 ¦ UNION STOCK YARDS , CHICAGO J LL S „ A IJJL I Ml AND UNION S TOCK YARDS , SOUTH OMAHA , NEB * AND KANSAS CITY , MO . UllUI Receipts To-day 7 , 500 Cattle , 26 , 000 Hogs , 16 , 000 Sheep Cattle Market Steady Hog Market 20 to 30 cents Higher Sheep Market Steady CATTLE Thursday , May 12 , 189 S . Tlie receipts of cattle up to the present time this week will be about 34 , 000 , against 46 , 693 for the same time last week , for which the total run was 50 ,- 236 against 39 , 985 for the corresponding week in 1897 , and 56 , 210 in 1896 . The week s liberal supply proved too much for the demand to take care of without a decline in values . Monday , with 19 ,- 896 buyers had the advantage and shaded prlfiPP 5 to 10 cents . Tuesday with less than one-tenth as many , 1 , 911 , t...

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