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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898

The Working Capital of Humanity is Good Health HE WHO LOSES THAT IS WRECKED INDEED Is Your Strength , Vigor , Ambition and Vitality Wasting Away ? WHEN OTHERS FAIL CONSULT DOCTOR SWEANY , THE ACKNOWLEDGED LEADING AND MOST SUCCESSFUL SPECIALIST nimlh . !? ,, 8 ^ 1 . . ? 1 and B 1 ccessfm specialist is a graduate from the best medical colleges In tho world . Dlplimas Ewtf ^ f ^ SUSUtf & gz St had mouy yeara of experieBOe la *• lMdlng eaitem Challenges the World ncp ] r nffii ^ c ? i 10 . n . a , m , l ! ^ PJlents nor their diseases , but cures them , and any one In need of his services SdontlaL . ¦ confidence will be abused , but that all professional dealings will bo kept strictly Business Men be to uum bera n ™ mL th i n f . D . 0 CIl 0 R , s ^ EAJ f T f ™ amended upon fulfill his promises In every respect , and he lie treata ° an g ™™ . Si mire < i ? ot , mle 2 ta . n ° f ^ 5 tho most Prominent business men ot this city and vicinity . Catarrh ni »! LSn ? ik «...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Miscellaneous [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898

Miscellaneous Rules for Dairies The state dairy and food department of Minnesota has prepared a set of rules which has been sent to every creamery and licensed milk dealer in that state . These rules are good everywhere , and we reproduce them , and advise dairymen and farmers to preserve them for frequent reference : Bead current dairy literature and keep posted on new ideas . Observe and enforce the utmost cleanliness about the cattle , their attendants , the stable , the dairy , and all utensils . A person suffering from any disease , or who has been exposed to a contagious disease , must remain away from the cows and the milk . . Keep dairy cattle in a room or building by themselves . It is preferable to have no cellar below and no storage loft above . Stables should be well ventilated , lighted and drained ; should have tight floors and walls , and be plainly constructed . Never use musty or dirty litter . Allow no strong smelling materialin the stable for any length of time . ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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LOST HAPPINESS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898

LOST HAPPINESS Oh , when n mother meets on high The babe she lost in infancy , Hath she not then for pains and fears , The day of woe , the watchful night , For all her sorrow , all her tears , An over-payment of delight ? When a baby is taken away by the angel of death from its sorrowingmother she has some sense of consolation which is denied to the sad hearted woman who has never been blessed with the joy of clinging little arms around her neck and a dear , tender little head nestling against her loving bosom . It is sad indeed , that motherhood , the most complete and perfect of womanly delights is denied so often to those most fitted by their loving nature to enjoy it . It is impossible to avoid the feeling that kindly nature would not allew her own best purposes to be defeated , without some fault or short-coming on the part of the woman who longs to be a mother ; and experience shows that in a large number of cases the difficulty lies in some unnatural weakness , which , by pr...

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898

[ MICA Til ¦ J AXLE shortcns [ CREASE ~ 1 Makes the wagon pull easier , | I helps the team . Saves wear M f _^ f and expense . Sold ^ M Xf g Y g everywhere . _ V-S awmnrnwnHmmmfmwnmmirfintHimiimfirriiiinimi mH ^ i MILLIONS OF ACRES CHOICE ! i GOVERNMENT LANDS STILL § = OPEN FOR HOMESTEADING INI SUNNY SOUTH . = If yon want to know where they are and how to = = secure them send 10 c . for sample copy , . . 5 £ CHICAGO AND THESOUTH I = STOCK EXCHANGE , - CHICAGO . ; Eiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii CHEAP LANDS Located on the Illinois Central R . R . lit S OUTHERN ILLINOIS and also located on the Yazoo & Mississippi Valley R . R . in the famous Y AZOO V ALLEY of Mississippi—Specially adapted to the raising of / CORN AND HOGS . SOIL RICHEST x 5 B WORLD Write for Pamphlets and Maps . B . P . SKENE , BERNT MOE , Land Commissioner , Asst Land Commissioner . Ill Cent . R . R . Co ., Park Row , Room 10 ! CHICAGO , ILL . A Cheap Farm a...

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Weather and Crops [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898

Weather and Crops - Illinois—Week generally favorahle , although surplus rainfall in many central counties . More than half the corn crop planted , with work progressing rapidly and early planted coming up well ; wheat , rye , oats and grasses in excellent condition ; wheat and rye beginning to head . Chinch bugs more numerous and active in southern counties . Broom corn crop will go in this week . Fruit pros ^ pect good and strawberries coming to market-in extreme south . ; . Wisconsin—Week cool with practically no rain except showers along the south-ern-border . Freezing temperature in west-central counties and light frosts elsewhere on 12 th and 13 th , but no danv age . Corn ground generally prepared , • bilt little planting done . Winter wheat and rye improving . Spring grain doing • well ; stand even , thick and . healthy . Fruit prospect good . • Michigan—Cool , dry weather , unfavorable for best growth of crops and germination of seed . Winter wheat , rye ; and grass show fu...

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' The Farmer ' s Opportunity [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898

The Farmer s Opportunity Since he owns a bulk of stuff that all mankind mustbuy so to keep on breathing ; , the farmer may be boss of abiisineas situation , plumb full of bursts of prosperity . Every farmer has right under his thumb chances to be free from debt , to live comfortably and to accumulate money , by being his own shipper to a gre . at distributing market where hundreds of competitive buyers are clamoring for grain . The farmer who sells out at home gives to the local buyer the right to press the button that springs the best opportunities to get the largest profit out of crops . The local buyer then clears from ^ lO to $ 30 a carload . Any level headed man would reach out a glad hand for this easy privilege to make an independent fortune . Young farmers are getting into line as bosses of a business situation in the Chicago market . They havent any fog on their brains and so can see clearly how , as their own shippers , they hold a safe and sure grip on the sale of their g...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898

WHEAT i V / HEATi / WHEAT || WHEAT SI WHEATf WHEAT | WHEAT | | WHEAT i WHEAT ] lwHEAT | f 1 ^ The Grain Sacks will be Filled with Wheat . 4 % sm and Oats and Rye and Barley mm . BARIEY . tlllS Ygar r RYE ! E , M II the grain Is properly harvtsted . Grain cnnnol be properly harvested II i 1 { H ll ^^ iw ^ • l ose * | l 00 r , l 1 ^ ^ wille « ± CT 3 R Our Blue Label Brand {^ p | Binder Twine IA W ... Is the Bestin the World ... W feARtEY WE HAVE BOUGHT 125 CARLOADS OF IT • J RY ? L f jt -1 , 500 TONS-THREE MILLION POUNDS W £ \ K ? i ^• jf Thousanils ol larmcrs used our Blue Label Brand ot Binder Twine In I 8 W p ^ V I and pronounced it the strongest and bcsl they ever saw . We guarantee every | I I BARLEY bale , and if you do not lind the Blue Label Drand as represented , you can have til RYE k J ^ ¦ your money back on demand . .- ; M w % S ? W > t > s t me y ° u were thinking : of how you will care for ^ C ^ W / T i - ) - your grain this year- ¦& C I...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898

A GENTLE BREEZE -- JL BV Jr . . is all tliat is required to run the xlkwSM \ l * IMDCDIAI Galvanized » MSII % > STEEL F ^ mrjt / ll Iffl ^ £ ^ llneiirnaoeuri as a PU M PHtaWJUnJSr * UflSUlpaSSKO INC MILL . T « M flWlvK r Thflv are tint , like others-they ¦ ifflS ^ art better , being built with out c „ , t <•„ .. | H malleable frame and internal gear doSana ror JJJJvlce . We make Galvanized Steel Towers , ureuiari IIIH Iron Turbine Wind Engines , Buckeye ; J 1 S Mrs *! in Force , Lift , Tank and Spray E Ml Pumps , Bnckeye Lawn Mowers , MAST , FOOS & CO ., Springfield , OhioBox No . 142 IT PAYS UNDOUBTEDLY TO GET i / THE BEST MILL lend for J Blclimond Machine Work ., Circulars . ( Richmond , Indiana , V . S . A . I 1 - SWIURCDC ronpiNG nlHUCH w WINDIUII . II FEED GRINDER A MONEY MAKER AND SAVER . A double Grinder with three burrs . Center draft . Can be attached to any size or make of pumping wind mill , E . B . WINCER , , „ 632 Kenwood Terracie , Chi...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 21 May 1898

A GOOD SWING CHEAP AND DURABLE . Adjustable bank and removable foot board , making a fine SwingInK Couch affording ™ il comfort and jl «» - sure for two . : Write us fer further information SLTJMHEKIXE KEYSTONE FARM MACHINE CO 180 JT . Beaver St ., TOKK , PA ! JjfiLjfo Jf || m I HM *< a . nlfW lftA ill ! II lW \ JNLM tSr-Vi r //\ M w \\ u * £ ¦ £ / TBttu J « s 8 k ^ Sy ^ s * . , . . CABLED POULTRY AND GARDEN FENCE CabledFleldandHogFencing with and without lower catttebarbed . Steel Wob Picket B ence for Lawnsand cemeteiles , Steel Gates , posts , etc . Df . KALB FENCE CO ., m High St ., DE KALB , ILL . SfiiiSte The Dogs of War let loose will Increase the need to farm carefully to make ends moot . Good fences save temper , time , stock and crops . See our ad . In next Issue . PAGE WOVEN WIRE FENCE CO ., Adrian , Mich . SAD AM ^^ viTHE FENCE MAN * T < S . gtsif ? ¦<^ te i Slakes Woven Wire i / V / S ? SK ( F . WnriS ft 1 Fence that Stands > ...

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The Week [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 28 May 1898

The Week With a press censor discouraging the efforts of American journalistic enterprise with a big blue pencil on the one hand * and the lying dispatches of the Spanish government on the other , the people of both hemispheres who are watching with keenest interest the game of war have been kept guessing during the last week . According to earlier dispatches , emanating doubtless from Madrid , Cervera had with utmost ease sailed into the harbor of Santiago de Cuba , unloaded the relief supplies for Blanco , and as easily sailed out again , disappearing beyond the horizon as though swallowed up , while Admiral Sampson and Commodore Schley , with their respective squadrons , were rushing frantically about the Windward passage and the channel of Yucatan frantically in search of the elusive foe . So humorous did this all seem that the Parisian humorists have been writing funny skits about it , one of which descibes Sampson as bewailing the decay of Spanish courtesy as indicated in Cerv...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 28 May 1898

Published Weekly by THE FARMERS VOICE , 334 Dearborn Street , Chicago , 111 . W . H . BURKE , J . C . BILLINGSLEA , EDITOR . BUSINESS MANAGER , MILLER 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 Line . 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 88 , 1698 .

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Memorial Day [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 28 May 1898

Memorial Day With what new significance must Memorial Day come to the younger generations of our land at this time of strife , of . bloodshed , of all the grim and painful incidents of awful war ! Today thousands of homes in this country are overcast with the shadow of the fearful dread that for four long years filled the land with sickening suspense , and the Story of father , husband ^ brother , son , gone out from the home circle never to return , which so many still living heard so oft with breaking hearts , is like to be repeated with infinite variation and pathos ere peace again shall brood over the land . Youth talks bravely of the glory of war , but not an old soldier who will cover the graves of his fa . len comrades on Monday next , but fervently prays that war may quickly be ended . He knows that war is the shadow , that peace and brotherhood are the substance ; and though he is justly proud that when the call to arms came he hastened to his country s defense ; proud that...

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No Militarism Here [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 28 May 1898

No Militarism Here A New England correspondent in another part of this paper quotes a Massachusetts state senator , who has something of a military reputation , as declaring that one of the results of the present contest with Spain will be a largely increased army and navy , not for purposes of defense against foreign foes , but to suppress riotous demonstrations in pur own country . That country is best governed which is least governed , is a saying worthy of all acceptation . There will be no riotous demonstrations in this country if justice only is permitted to do her perfect work . The world exists because of the simple virtues of such as she , wrote Amiel in his diary of the woman who did his laundry . Nowhere in all the wide world does there exist a people more true than in our own land ; nowhere a people more loyal to justice and fairplay . Nowhere is there a people more dangerous to that element of our social structure which would tyrannize , over men and which places proper...

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The Weather [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 28 May 1898

The Weather Weather conditions over a large portion of the corn belt have been very unfavorable . S . B . Randall , Cambridge , III ., reports that for the week ending May 21 , the rainfall at his station had been 3 . 52 inches and that the total rainfall March 1 to May 21 had been 14 . 57 inches . The soil being saturated , every shower adds to the gravity of the crop condition , and much corn must be planted very late , while a great deal of that already planted must be re-planted . Mr . Randall reports hay and oats as being in fine condition , the weather being favorable for both these crops . The wet weather is interfering very badly with the sugar beet experiments in Illinois , as it has been found impossible to get the soil in good condition . At latest reports the experimental fields at Springfield and Peoria had not yet been planted . H . K . Smith , Mt . Palatine , 111 ., writes that rain has interfered with farm operations to such an extent that work is at a standstill . W...

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War ' s Extravagant Waste [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 28 May 1898

War s Extravagant Waste There is no present reason why the price of live stock and meat products of all kinds should rise abnormally , but they have gone up and that they will go higher there is little doubt . There are no more people to feed in this country nor in any other , because of the war that is now being waged , nor is it probable that the war will affect those sections from which our live stock supplies are drawn . The fact that the government is spending millions in the purchase of meats , is but forestalling the call for food from hungry soldiers , but they will eat more in the field than they would at home . That prices will be higher seems to be certain . This is always the case in time of war , no matter how little reason there may be for such a state of affairs . Speculators buy the products that government must have in order to raise the price and make money , and the producer benefits from the rivalry among contractors and speculators . Another reason for a probabl...

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The Dearth of Horses [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 28 May 1898

The Dearth of Horses The effect of abandoning the breeding of horses is now being felt by the government , when the demand for horses and mules for army purposes is strong . Attempts to buy horses for a Chicago regiment of cavalry has developed the fact that horses of the class needed are very scarce and the task of picking up 1 , 300 horses is found to be something more than going to the stock yards and making the want known . Grave fears are expressed that it will be found almost impossible to secure enough horses for the cavalry branch of the army and the whole country is being scoured to get as many as are wanted for immediate service . Cavalry horses must be sound and well built for the purpose for which they are required . Such horses are liable to be called upon for something of speed and much of endurance because the cavalry of an army must often ride long and fast . Those for the artillery need to be strong and enduring , but it is not often that long trials of endurance ar...

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Our Forest Reserves [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 28 May 1898

Our Forest Reserves The modern vandal is the man who having grown rich on the output of his saw-mills and cheap timber has an intense desire to continue his work until every forest tree in this country that will make a saw-log has been cut down . He cares not for the future so he can get some more timber at a low price from some speculator who has bought it from the government , and the idea of reserving any portion of our remaining forests is very repugnant to him . When President Ha rrison inaugurated the forest reserve system and President Cleveland followed up by setting aside great tracts of timber lands a wise precaution was put in operation . Interested parties have been seeking to have the forest reserve laws repealed and have succeeded in inducing the senate to incorporate in the sundry service bill an amendment that will nullify all that has been done and prevent further reservation of forests in this country . It was necessarily hard on a few people to reserve these fores...

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The Trans-Mississippi g fe Exposition % WmWMMMWMWMMIWMlM [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 28 May 1898

The Trans-Mississippi g fe Exposition % WmWMMMWMWMMIWMlM I T ERE on the western bank of the Missouri I river stands a new White City , lesser in •¦ I ¦ magnitude , but no less beautiful nor less representative of the splendid spirit of the mighty West than that world-marvel , the white city on the shore of Lake Michigan of a half-decade ago . If , the world was surprised that Chicago the new , the home of the pork-packer , and all that crude and uncultured legion of money-makers of which the Eastern press had for years been full , could conceive and execute the World s fair , what astonishment will it experience as it looks upon the magnificence which has been wrought here , where but a few years since BIRDS-EYE VIEW OP THE TRANS : MISSISSIPPI EXPOSITION . the savage red men roamed at will , here under the very shadow of the Council Bluffs . where these intrepid pathfinders , Lewis and Clark , held their famous conference with the Pottawattamies in the early days of the present cent...

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