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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 14 May 1898

B DONT KICK ^ % *<? WtmBmBm because your wool has not brought the best returns in the past . It / IA * I AwiSw « ffii mny hw * been hawked about the market in tlie usual commis- j « { ¦¦¦¦ III sion house way . Ave have a better plan . Vie soil your wool til- H fj 1 Wmmilm reel to the manufacturer . We are big enough to attract his « V 1 HPT Hii 9 trade and command his respect . Try our plan and see if you dont I Q I ¦ S W nf like it better . Sacks furnished free to shippers . J J * \ I « If We make Liberal Advances { L \ II n If on Consignments fl | U m and only charge 5 per cent , interest per annum on money advanced . j II I iff Om Circular Letter keeps you posted on market conditions . Dont LI sell until you hear from us . Better write to-day . JJt w SILBERMAN BROS ., / AWW ^^ Wk i 22-i 24 . i 2 B-i 2 a lihinaun . litis . 1 ¦ Ep ^ ^ KiW UIBHieAII STREET , IjrniCaffVf I IBS * I Geo . mlddendorf . —Robt , McGulre . Geo . Middendorf & Co ., Co ™ ° Established ...

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

Chess TO CORRESPONDENTS . N . NELSON : Contributions received . Thank you . Sure you will not be prejudiced , and glad you are In it . ¦ REV . L . H . BAHLER : On No . 129 you fell into one of the author s clever traps—an unusual thing for you . 1 S-R 5 will not do it . , , ,, J . J . WEISS : Join our merry band ot solvers . You will like the sport . DANL P . SAILER : Your games are most interesting ; shall be glad to see a complete score when they shall have been completed . „ MAYSEL DE VANEY : Please send your father s continuation in that long announced mate . We want to print it . PROBLEM NO . 137 . Tournament Problem No . C . By R . Monrad . Chicago . 1 Black , 4 pieces . White , 7 pieces . S ; 4 Rp 2 ; B 2 WK 2 ; 2 s 5 ; 8 ; PP 2 Q 3 ; 4 P 2 b ; 8 . Mate In three moves . Estimate the problem : Beauty , 30 or less ; difficulty , 30 or less ; finish of construction , 30 or less ; originality , 10 or less . GAME NO . 137 .-EVANS GAMBIT . Tournament , Pillsbury Association . White...

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

I f | Buy Whiskey ! II yfrom the Distiller ! pSA Absolute Purity I I writ * I ^ u Measure Bi an on I ^ Bm « -fcvi JPlk v 7 *! dOUISKwi Tor Four I ^ BIHSP FullQuartsI i HAYNERS P Express prcpaidk A «^ _ ^ ^ mA For thirtyyears ¦ Q MMT ^ W If V we have beendisIT * V Id ) tillin ? the bestB loj ?^* * * Sn- >\ Whiskey that can bu | BHnmiBl ^!< 1 be made and sellr * llSHHl e ) ln * dInct < ° < he r \ J 0 M |^^ H |^ consumer . ¦ ^» - ^ rgszk D , ff | TllLtBS « MlH « l i w ers in everyState ¦ ijg yT ON , OHIO , U 5 A > . in the Union and J full quart bellies of Hoyocrs Seven-Year-OId Double Copper Distilled m Rye for $ 3 . 20 , express prepaid , shipped In plain l ^ package , no marks to Indicate contents . If not L found satisfactory when received , return It at our expense and we will return your $ 3 . 20 . I Such Whiskey cannot be purchased elsewhere for less than $ 5 . 00 , and ours has Hayf ner s 30 years reputation behind it . Our...

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The Value of Exercise [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 14 May 1898

The Value of Exercise To the E . litor—B . H . Sibley tells how he fed and cared for his noted Jersey cow—La Petite Mere—which gave 16 ,- 999 % pounds of milk in 365 days . No other Jersey cow has given so much milk . The cow was fresh in the fall , was fed four times a day a mixture of corn , oats , bran and oil meal , and some roots . All winter the cow was exercised by walking a full mile every day , and she had a large pasture to ramble and graze in in the summer . She was milked three times a day . He gave her the exercise to keep her in health , and he had no doubt it was an important factor in leading to the extraordinary record . This writer has stoutly and steadily declared that the milch cow should have exercise like the mare and the . sow for the best results . Why , Hoard Everett Taylor and all the rest of them have never succeeded in convincing me that chewing the cud and switching the tail and getting up and laying down and elaborating milk was all the exercise a milch...

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

Miscellaneous A Case in Point Charles A . Eiedel in a recent address to the farmers near German Valley , 111 . said : One of the greatest mercantile houses of Chicago , one which is soon to erect a great block sixteen stories high on the lake front , one which is better known to the country people of twenty states than any other mercantile house In Chicago , is one which took up a new idea many years ago , and stuck to It . Let us see what that idea is and what it has done . The head of this house ( Montgomery Ward ) held the theory that merchandise had to pass through too many hands to get from the manufacturer to the consumer ; the wholesaler , the jobber , the drummer , the retailer , all handled the manufactured article before it reached the final purchaser or user—the farmer , the mechanic , the schoolboy , the housewife , the wearers , users and consumers in all walks of life . Eight on this one idea this house decided to become a direct distributer of goods to the people who ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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UNCLE SAM ' S DEFENSES [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 14 May 1898

UNCLE SAM S DEFENSES IT MEANS FIGHT OR DIE FOR US Why We Should Take Advantage of Our Opportunities Whether we have placed sufficient and adequate safeguards about us to protect our seaboard is a question which agitates the minds of . all men . While we look with wonder and admiration upon these great machines o £ war—the disappearing gun , that can drive a projectile through the armored sloe of a war vessel eight or ten miles at sea , we wonder if the Spanish ships will dare approach our cities to hurl their projectiles into our midst . The nation now realizes that it made a great mistake to put so much faith in false hopes of peace—distant as we were frcm warlike Europe we felt secure in our isolation , but now that war Is upon us we know that we ought to be prepared at all times to strike and strike hard an insolent foe . We should not depend too much on our latent strength , but should build about us such safeguards as would protect us against the attack of any foreign element ....

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 14 May 1898

WHEN OTHERS FAIL CONSULT DOCTOR SWEANY , For the speedy and permanent cure of all > NERVOUS , CHRONIC AND PRIVATE Diseases , oen In their most aggravated forms . There is no one man in the world who has performed so many permanent cures in both Men and Women of troubles which other physicians of ao * knowledged ability bad given 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 . YOUNG MEN suffering from any of the many ailments resulting from indiscretions of youth or men of maturer years suffering from excessesof any kind should consult him without delay , place themselves . under his treatment and have lost fttreugtb , manly vigor and confidence restored . % AI DITBT if yon cannot call , a letter If I % 1 I K carefully describing your symptoms and be will send to you in plain envelope his scientific and honest opinion of your case ...

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Army and Navy Words [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 14 May 1898

Army and Navy Words . Just now when the papers are filled with terms which peaceful laymen know nothing about it is well to be informed concerning their meaning . The following glossary used in the army and navy will be of interest . First is the relative rank of officers in the two branches of the service : . Army , Jtoy . Genl . orcoin r-lnehlct Admlml . Lieutenant-general . Vice-admiral . Major general . ItcaMiduiir . il . ¦ Hrlgnaier-gcneral . Commodore . Colonel . Captain . Lieutenant-colonel , coininr . ulur . Major . Lieutenant-commander Captain . Lieutenant . First lieutenant . Masci-. Second lieutenant . lin-lgu . Divisions of the army : Squad—A subdivision of a company , commanded by sergeant or corporal . Platoon—Half a company , commanded by a lieutenant . Company—Not more than 100 men , commanded by a captain . Battalion—Four companies , commanded by a major . Regiment—Three battalions , commanded by a colonel . Brigade—Two or more regiments , commanded by a brigadier-g...

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$ 3 , 000 a Year . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 14 May 1898

$ 3 , 000 a Year . A First-Class Man Wanted in Every Village and City 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 onen 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 J 52 . 50 the first day , and has orders for 100 . A . E . Benhow 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 ...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 14 May 1898

UNDOUBTEDLY THE BEST MILL ¦ end for > Klclimoml Mnclilne Work .. Circulars . J Richmond , Indiana , II . 8 . A IT PAYS TO GET i j . CABLED POULTRY AND GARDEN FENCE Cabled Field ondHog Fencing with and wiihout lower cablebarbed . Steel Web Picket l- enco for Lawns and cemeteries , Steel Gates : posts , etc . * DF , KALB FENCE CO ., 324 High St ., DE KALB , ILL . IN PEACE most any soldier will do , but when duty calls we need genuine stuff . Crops threatened with Invasion need a fence that really protects . PAGE WOVEN WIRE FENCE CO ., Adrian , Mich . . . J | ss | Low-Down , Broad-Tire jl Sr ^ Bij H Farm frocks originated with wnTfjZriml \\ us and we still sell direct totllllllllll ± US \ farmers thrcc-lourths of all fnilammmmHlfMi 111 tnat ftre ufe < 1 , We , JU ( 1 ten ll HB 9 e ^^ avD styles of farm wagons , extra WUrnT ^ wis * wnee s or ° ^ wajrons , ard •**^/ X MLr milk peddler s wagons . SU-el / £ Wlieel Trucks , » 18 . if Farmers Handy Wagon Co ., 1 / Sagin...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 14 May 1898

A GOOD SWING CHEAP AND DURABLE . Adjustable back and removable footboard malting a fine Swing- < ug Couch affording Tenl oonl 0 rt and ple » - sure for two . Write us for further information . • IitTMBEItllVE KEYSTONE FARM MACHINE CO 180 JT . Beaver St ., YOBK , PA ! HkM , // 1 mm , / fvfi «^ k fflll R L R , iLII I \ W \ /} % 31 jjfc \ fil % I M \ \ mSm ¦ BSf- *^ ft ^ w ^ sl . . . When writing mention The Farmers Voice .

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 14 May 1898

WHEATM WHEAT !| 4 yiM Hi ^ The Grain Sacks will be Filled with Wheat and Oats and Rye and Barley this Year * mm JjS II the { rain It properly harvested , drain cannot be properly harvested II i I XlJilUW 1 M * p 00 r u 1 ° Bi ° dIr T * , e x H Our Blue Label Brand H M Binder Twine ... IS the Bestjn the World ... W WE HAVE BOUGHT I 2 S CARLOADS OF IT J RY -1 , 500 TONS-THREE MILLION POUNDS § ¦ Thousands ol farmers used our Bloc Label Brand ol Binder Twine in ISW fT and pronounced it the strongest and best llicy ever saw . We guarantee every I bale , and If you do not lind the Blue Label Brand as represented , you can have It ====== your money back on demand . = - « w Its time you were thinking of how you will care y our Krain this yearwhen you think ol your grain , think of our Binder Twine Don t put oil buying until too late ; thousands of farmersdiil Ihatlasl ycsrlo their sorrow Its well to look ahead . Look ahead now and find out what BindcrTwine is going locosl you F ? ¥ L ^ , V—...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 14 May 1898

RUMELY ENGINES either Traction , Portable , Semi-Portable . Simple Ami Compound represent full engine value . Make also Thresher * , Ilorac Powers , Su \ v Mill , etc . Each Is the best of Its kind for the purpose . More about them In our descriptive cataloeue-SKNT FKEE , Write for it today . AT . RUMELY CO ., - LA PORTE , MP . WL WHAT DO YOU WANT ? Ifit sBugBtcs , ITnrncas , Saddles , Bleyclea , Sewlns Machines , 1 ccd Cookers . Cider Presses , Spray Pumps , Poultry J U . tfl | Supplies or anything ; else , we | vn ,, H wANTSl can supply it direct from the fac-1 tNnwM t t 0 , J - ° matter what It is , or where USSJ it is made , we can supply it «» save you money too . Try us , Write for our Illustrated catalogue , circulars , etc . f rank B . Barkiey Mfg . Co . K * litt :

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The Week [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898

The Week Admiral Cerver , a has managed to elude Sampsons squadron with as much success since his arrival in American waters as when his ships lingered in tha friendly harbors of the Canaries . Consequently up to this writing the long-expected naval conflict on the Atlantic has not yet taken place . Wh eri Sampson started after the distinguished Spanish admiral and his armada , stopping en route to shell the forts of San Juan del Puerto Rico , it was discovered lhat the Spanish warships were in the harbor of Port de France , in the French island of Martinique . But before word could be conveyed to the American admiral and the latter reach the armada s hiding place , it had escaped , and the next heard of it was from the Netherlands island of Curacoa , off the coast of Venezuela . So far as we may judge from reports of the situation , Cervera will now be compelled to light our vessels before he can leave the Carribean sea . Coming up from the south are the battleship Oregon , the pri...

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Keep Foods Pure [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898

Keep Foods Pure A Washington dispatch says that representatives of the five great glucose factories located at Chicago , Peoria and Rockford , 111 ., and Davenport and Marshalltown , la ., have been before the congressional ways and means committee to argue against the Pierce bill which is intended to place a revenue tax on the new corn product in order to prevent the sale of it as pure wheat flour . The gentlemen were armed with analyses , affidavits and other things to prove that their new product is the purest , best and most nutritious cereal product possible . To their way of thinking it is a valuable addition to wheat flour , and any law that will compel millers and dealers to sell it for what it is will damage the corn growers of this country . The truth is the reverse of this . These glucose factories will never buy a bushel of corn on account of the manufacture of flourine . They must have the corn in order to make glucose , and the flourine is the portion that heretofore h...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898

Published Weekly by THE FARMERS VOICE , 334 Dearborn Street , Chicago , 111 . W . H . BURKE , J . C . BILUNGSLEA , EDITOR . BUSINESS MANAGER . MILDER PURVIS , ASSOCIATE EDITOR . Entered at Chicago Post-Office as Second-Class Matter . Terms of Subscription : One Copy One Year One Dollar . Advertising Rates : Twenty-five Cents per Agate Wne . Make all Drafts or Orders payable and address all communications to THE IFARMERS VOICE , 334 Dearborn Street , Chicago , THE FARMERS VOICE Co ., 334 Dearborn St ., Chicago . 111 . 150 Nassau St ., New York . CHICAGO , MAY SI , 1898 .

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