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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898
BIRRED PLY 1 DTH ROCKS SMvSSiMS ¦ ndpTCren &lt; lntlnclbl 6 In ataow rooms . Eggs only * 1 J » Ml . leaiOOU circular * 0 * ff * HomoiM , Box 80 , Hirlaft , m 1 I There are golden opportunities for W ft fruitgrowers , dairymen , poultry I ] ^ M men , stockbreeders and farmers in all lines in Washington , f lL ^» Oregon , Idaho , Montana . POl INK Send one dollar for years 1 vi tisw __ subscription to Ranch i \ l ~ ... tAI .. &lt; . J . I and Range , and get 1 ) 1 ft W WgSllmostrelia iieinforma- « n vw * Mon about this Krent rich new country . Address , Seattle , Wash . ITALIAN I QUEENST And * Year s Subscription to THBRURALIST FOR SL 00 J . O . GRIMSJLHY , , T » nn Member « 1 National Queen BreceW Union j I I i j , ] 1 = 1 1 1 j j I Byrdatoivn . I I ¦ I I . I I * MMMMMMMMlLmmmmmMMMmMmlMaiMMMMi
^ 9 ^^»»» 93 ' $ »^»»»»» d »»^^»^»^» 999 »»»»» 3 » 9 »» 9 ^ 999 ! sV I NOTES OF THE DAY • j [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898
^ 9 ^^»»» 93 $ »^»»»»» d »»^^»^»^» 999 »»»»» 3 » 9 »» 9 ^ 999 ! sV I NOTES OF THE DAY • j GLADSTONE is dead . The aged statesman quietly left the scene of his marvelous activities at 5 oclock Thursday morning , a few months short of 89 j years of age . Viewed from whatever standpoint , William Ewart Gladstone stands out as the greatest intellectual , moral and political force of his ; century . In length of service , in his wonderful ability to grasp the vast details of world affairs , in his devotion to the public Welfare , and Ills power to accomplish i estllts ; in his fine intellectuality and broad scholarship ; in his high moral ideals and religious life ; in the achievements of his pen no less than in the brilliance of his eloquence and the matchlessness of his strength in debate—-in-all these his greatness shone forth , and in : many of them he was without a peer . Yet Gladstone was not a genius . Garfield once said that there was one thing that surpassed genius , and that wa...
The farmers' Forum [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898
The farmers Forum The Farmers Forum Invites communications on all subjects from whatever point of view , Mia editor of Tun VOICK assuming no responsibility whatever for the Ideas expressed . No communication should exceed 300 words in length . Farmers Clubs There is no neighborhood in the United . States where half a dozen farmers can get together that a farmers club might not be supported . In the West they are rather scarce , but in the East they are numerous and growing in numbers all the time . The advantages of clubs are many , and wherever they have been organized better social conditions , better farming and a brighter farm life is the rule . We remember one to which we belonged for several years and which is now one of the largest in Ohio . It began with a small membership and a good many funny remarks on the part of those who did not take kindly to the idea . These outsiders have now been absorbed and the whole neighborhood belongs , from the old folks to the children . t M...
Wood ' s Steam Feed Cooker [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898
Wood s Steam Feed Cooker We illustrate this week , from a photograph , a herd of cattle which were fattened on corn steeped in Wood s feed cooker . These cattle made a wonderful gain , making twelve and one-half pounds of gain for every bushel of corn fed to them . One hog was fattened after each steer . These cattle were fed four and one-half months , two months of that time—March and April—in dry lots , with nothing to eat but steeped corn and threshed stover . May , June and July they were on blue grass pasture . They were shipped July IS ; the average weight of each was 1 , 150 pounds after arrival in Chicago , having gained 450 pounds a head from March 3 , when they weighed 700 pounds a head . During this time they consumed thirty-four and one-fourth bushels of corn each , the corn being weighed shelled , each receiving onefourth bushel of corn , which was cooked until it measured one-half bushel . In the largest sized cooker made by Mr . Wood one firing is all that is required...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898
ESS M TMIHJ to be rid of , because bad blood is the breeding place of disfiguring and dangerous diseases . Is your blood bad ? It is if you are plagued by pimples or bothered by boils , if your skin is blotched by eruptions or your body eaten by sores and ulcers . You can have good blood , which is pure blood , if you want it . You can be rid of pimples , boils , blotches , sores and ulcers . How ? By the use of Ayer s Sarsaparilla It is the radical remedy for all diseases originating in the blood . Read the evidence : 1 Ayer s Sarsaparilla was recommended to me by my physician as a blood purifier . When I began taking it I had boils all over my body . One bottle cured me . —BONNER CRAFT , Wesson , Miss . After six years suffering from Hood poison , I began taking Ayers Sarsaparilla , and although I have used only three bottles of this great medicine , the sores have nearly all disappeared . —A . A . MANH } XG , Houston , Texas .
Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898
*«| Busies , Phaetons , Surreys , Traps , Harness ffff . ^— JWJBL , Buy direct from factory at Wholesale Prices . 30 per cent saved . r / £$ jm AaKjSMSWA Guaranteed for two years . Write to-day for new beautifully Illus- ^ SrflRTA bfaHffiBHSIg- ) trated Catalogue , send 3 contain stamps . Highest awards clven us at r HlirrTBil 1 XS ^ g ^ SgCj ^ i Worlds Fair , Atlanta Exposition , Nashville Centennial Exposition . 10 B § F / B § 2 . Price $ 14 . Alliance Carriage Co . 208 E . Court St . Cincinnati , 0 . Mc 1 ! t «&lt;^ A LETTER TO WOMEN A few words from Mrs . Smith , of Philadelphia , will certainly corroborate the clam that Lydia E . Pinkham s Vegetable Compound iswoman s ever reliable friend . I cannot praise LydiaE . Pinkham s Vegetable Compound too highly , comfortable ; but as goon as I would put my feet on the floor , the pains would come back . Every one thought it was impossible for me to get well . I was paying 81 per day for doctor s visits and 75 cents a day for m...
Woman and Home [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898
Woman and Home Old-Fashioned Roses They aint no style about em , And they re sort o pale and faded ; Yit the doorway here , without em , Would he lonesome and shaded With a good eal blacker shudder Than the mornin -glories makes , And the sunshine would look sadder „ For their good old-fashion sakes . ., &lt; f , - &lt; V I like em cause fliey kind o Sort o makes a feller like em ; And I tell you when 1 find a Bunch out whar the sun kin strike cm , It alius sets me thinkin O the ones at used to grow And peep in thro the chinkln O the cabin , dont you know . And then I think o mother , And how she used to love em , When they wuznt any other , Less she found em up above cm ! And her eyes , afore she shut cm , Whispered with a smile , and said We must pick a bunch and put em lit her hand when she wuz dead . But , as I wuz a-sayin , They aint no style about em , Very gaudy or displayin , But Iwouldnt be without em , Cause Im happier in these posies , And the hoilyhawks a...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898
j Beginning with j } Constipation \ \ a host of ailments come . Tliosys- \ \ tem is clogged—impurities multiply V 0 To expel these impurities in a natural 0 a rational way , use m I Dr . Peter s \ \ Blood \ I Vitalizer I 0 A 100-year-old Swiss-German remedy 0 \ —tho discovery of a wise Gorman pliys- \ ¥ ician of tho olden times . Pure roots W 0 and herbs and nothing else . 0 \ It is not a violent cathartic . It gently i r regulates bowels , strengthens the dl- V 0 gestivo organs , and by purifying the £ i blood gives tone and vigor to the entire \ W system . . 9 r No Drug-Store medicine ; is sold # # » only by regular Vitalizer agents . •&gt; V Persons living whore there are no 0 0 agents for Dr . Peter s Blood Vitalizer J \ can , by sending 83 . 00 obtain twelve 35- \ w cent bottles direct from the proprietor . 0 a This offer can be obtained only once by A ^ tho same person . T i Write to DR . PETER FAHRNEY , I 0 H 2-H 4 South Hoyne Ave ., Chicago . 0 J /&gt; -f ^ A...
Our Boys and Girls [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898
Our Boys and Girls The Thimble Little finger , slim and nimble , Here am 1 your friendly Thimble . ( Germans call me Finger-hat ; Jolly little name is that . ) put me on , and you will see What a helper I can be . Brother Needles very fineSharp and clever in his line , But he oft would puzzled bo If he had no help from me ! When the cloth is stilt and hard , Oft his headlong clash is barred , And he balks and frets and pricks ; Says , Im in a dreadful lix ! This will never , never do—I shall really break in two . Then s my time . No fuss or rush , Just a steady , patient push—And the stiffened fiber slacks . And the stubborn threads relax , And Friend Needle darts along , Singing his triumphant song . Yes , I may not be so keen , Nor so brilliant to be seen , But tis true that without me Ofttimes he would puzzled be . —Laura E . Richards , in St . Nicholas A Loyal Blow-Up No , Scamp , no ; it would never uo ! His mother shook her head with decision , and Scamp , otherwise Archibald ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898
What is Scott s Emulsion ? It is the best cod-liver oil , partly digested , and combined with the hypophosp hites and glycerine . What will it do ? It will make the poor blood of the anaemic rich and red . It will g ive nervous energy to the overworked brain and nerves . It will add flesh to the thin form of a child , wasted from fat-starvation . It is everywhere acknowledged as The Standard of the World . 50 c . and % t . oo , ill drugjUts . SCOTT &amp; BOWiNE , Chemists , Niw York ,
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898
HEAD ACHE Both my wife and myself have been using CASCAKETS and they are , tho beat medicine we have ever had in the house . Last week my wife was frantio with headache for two days , she tried some of your CAJ 5 CARETS , and they relieved the pain in ber head almost immediately . We both recommend Cascarets . OHAS . STBDEFORD , Pittsburg Safe &amp; Deposit Co ., Pittsburg , Pa . CANDY REOISTERED Pleasant . Palatable . Potent . Taste Good . So Good , Never Sicken , Weaken , or Gripe , 10 c , 25 c , 60 c . CURE CONSTIPATION Sterling Remedy Company , Chlcngo , Montreal , New York . 317 ^ TJKm M ^^^ CATHARTIC ^ \ o £ aaao ^ P ^^ . TRADE MARK ^ ^ ^^ ^^^ By ^ fcfc ^^ , ^^^ fl *^ H * ^^ ... , ... lln . Tfl . RAn Sold and guaranteed by , all drugHU &gt; | U a DAb gists to CUBE Tobacco Habit . Tonne Men or Ladles Wanted , to Learn Teleeraphy . K . It . Book keeping and Typewriting . TIIIR institution i » endorsed by leading railroads an tho must perr .-ct ot Its kind . Write...
OUR WEEKLY REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898
OUR WEEKLY REVIEW ( fflffi JOSEPH ADAM * - GEORGE J . ADAMS . ~ A . W . KITCHIN . ; || ¦ A * . ntfrt ADAMS SONS &amp; Xnb ^ f iNl l IflBft J 0 ^ ESTABLISHED 1861 • . U ^ Bf 1 I ^ rvE S TOCK C OMMISSION I ¦ UNION S TOCK YARDS , CHICAGO , III 9 ., „ I KH , AND UNION STOCK Y APDS , SOUTH OMAHA , NEB , ANO KVANSAS CrfV , MO * ilUi Receipts today 9 , 500 Cattle , 43 , 000 Hogs , 13 , 000 Sheep Cattle Market Steady to Strong Hog Market Opened Strong , Closing 10 c Lower Sheep Market Active CATTLE Thursday , May 19 , 1898 . The supply of cattle up to the present time will be about 42 , 000 against 43 , 580 for the same time last week , the official count for the whole week being 46 ,- 065 against 44 , 507 in 1897 , and 43 , 310 in 1896 , for the corresponding seven days . After the dull days of last week , Friday with 23 , 066 closed strong and everything was disposed of at steady to a shade higher , figures on all desirable stuff . As we expected , the run was light on Monday , be...
The Markets [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 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 lbs 5 . 1505 . 25 Good to choice steers , 120001500 lbs .......... 4 . 7505 . 25 Fat-plain- steers , 130001600 lbs . .. 4 . 601 / 4 . 70 Faf handy steers , 100001150 lbs . .. 4 . 5004 . 0 a Common butcher steers .... 4 . 2504 . 40 Good to choice cows and heifers .. 3 . 850 , 4 . 60 Fair to . good cojvs , andj heifers-.. 3 ^ 0 « . 85 Poor to • good canning cows 3 . 0003 . 50 Stockers and feeders , 70001100 lbs . 3 : 6004 . 75 Native veal calves , 100 to 400 lbs . .. 4 . 0006 . 75 Export bulls 1 HWA r ] Feeding and bologna bulls ........ 2 . 6003 . 40 Wisconsin Tattle—Best cows 3 . 2003 . 50 Fair to good cows 2 . 7503 . 20 Canning cows ; . 3 . 0003 . 35 Heifers 2 . 8503 . 40 , Oxen- ¦ &gt; ..-. -... ; ...- ..... 3 . 0003 . 75 . Bulls 2 . 6003 . 25 Calves ¦ - .. ; -. • 4 . 0006 . 75 . Stockers ( 500 to 700 lbs ) . 3 . 25...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898
Hold on to Your Woof until you correspond with us , are a position save you money Listen to these facts . We are by far the largest wool commis stop house in the west . We handled last year WM 15 , 000 , 000 POUNDS OF WOOL The large . muHufue . tufe . fR buy from umlireet . Our stocks are always extensive enough to supply their wants We Make Liberal Advances on Consignments at 5 per cent , per annum for money thus loaned . We supply our patrons with sacks free . We send you our regular market letter which keeps you informed at all times upon the exact condition of the market . Write us at once about your wool , sending sample . SILBERMAN BROS . XBSSr , Chicago , HI SVKr / iF # 1 Df *]&amp; pi A 9 RH IPf Wi LwJH Htfli jjj ^ l We in to both make and . K ^ Hpj HP ( H $ - W ^^ Hp ^ y !) sSL ^^ * W ^ % wEmsm KEfr-. s ^ H Hiffin ¦ . SjS ^ TV 1 Ejfl pfg Wnnjtim TOKJlffljI . MISS qfe-S ^ | l || JlS jjB ? F-f * | | | | t . JjSKS &amp; l nEH ^ IRH ¦ L - JB Geo . mlddendorf .-B...
Chess [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898
Chess PROBLEM NO . 138 . Tournament Problem No . 7 . By H . A . Seade . Black , 5 pieces . White , 5 pieces . 6 K 1 ; 8 ; 4 -k X S 1 : 1 p 0 : 3 p 1 p 2 ; 8 ; 1 S Q 5 ; 2 s X B 3 .. Mate in three . Credit the problem : Originality , 10 or less ; beauty , 30 or less ; difficulty , 30 or less ; finish , 30 or less . END GAME NO . 20 . White , T . M . Hyde . Black , L . R . Walden . Black announces mate in 34 moves , and submits the following variations in proof : 1 P-K 4 RxR 18 S-B 2 P-K 7 2 SxS S . S 4 19 P-S 4 S-S 4 ch 3 K-Bl S-B 6 20 K-R 4 S-1 W ittfc , . 4 K-S 2 K-U 6 2 lK-RS « ffr i ~ *\ 5 S-S 4 ch K-K 7 ^ iJ-Sxa P-K 8 ( Q ) 6 S-Q 5 S-S 4 . ^ 13 S-B 5 la . ) Q-R 8 cn 1 S-W . SrR * 24 K-S 6 K-B 6 SSxRP SxiiP 25 S-Q 4 ch K-BS 9 S-B 6 K-K 6 2 &lt;&gt; S-K 6 ch KxP 10 S-E 5 S-K 51 27 K-B 7 QKS 11 P-R 3 Pxl ch 28 K-B 7 KB 4 12 KxP K-B 29 S-S 7 ch K-K 4 13 K-R 4 S-Q 7 : 0 KK 7 Q-S 2 ch 14 K-R 3 P-XS 31 K-118 Q-Q 2 15 S-K 4 P- ; K 6 32 S-KS K-B 4 10 S-K 6 S-KS 33 Sb 7 ch...