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Page 16 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 8 January 1898

iNORTHWESTERI n r m .,: II STEAM COOKER i > TANK HEATER I * > Adapted for coal , cobs or wood . With pump < < • if wanted . More heating surface , therefore < 1 greater steaming ; capacity than any other . < Uantur 4 Tebbetts Imp , Co ., St . Loots , Ko . | 1 Hansur & Tebbett * Imp . Co ., Dallas , T « i . | Jobs . Deere Plow Co ., Kansas City , Mo . i Harbor Bros . 1 Co ., Blooming-ton , III . ) W . B . Holton Mfg . Co ., < 1 > Indianapolis , Ind . | Hnlnger £ MeteaJf , Omaha , < < ? Neb . iDeero & Webber , Mlnneapolli , Mlna . | The * < I > Caieaden Jr ., Waterloo , Iowa . < EU TANK HEATERS ^ j £ \ are made of one piece of cast iron . Being ^ E » heavy they will not crock , humor rust mm J . ^ -r—> o » t . They are BASE IP Sss «? cr- ^^ BlBNEKS Sent t ° Ulilr tWTl ! lP ! ilTl ^ i ^ l responsible parties on...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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The Week [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 15 January 1898

The Week YOL . XIII . STO . 3 . Reports from Illinois are not promising of a large crop of winter wheat . They show that the smallest acreage in years is now coming on , and that in many sections that which was sown is in danger of destruction from unseasonable weather . The high prices for wheat last season led to the belief that an extraordinary acreage would be sown to the cereal , and this would doubtless have been the case had the weather conditions been propitious . But the long drought , extending past late seeding time in many localities , made such a course impossible , and the acreage this season is estimated at 1 , 483 , 300 acres , a deficiency of 414 , 000 acres as compared with last year . This is equal to 12 per cent . With a still further deficiency from light yield , the prospects are small for a large amount of winter wheat from this state . Meanwhile , the corn-belt area has Increased in Illinois , the acreage in 1897 reaching 7 , 051 , 500 , and the yield 239 , 4...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Time the Healer [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 15 January 1898

Time the Healer The . influence of time in the readjustment of conditions which are awry and the correction of evils and abuses which are the inevitable concomitant of the human administration of affairs , is one of the most reassuring facts of the world s history . We build many a bridge on which to cross over streams that have passed out of existence long before , we reach the place , and the dire predictions which have been evoked by momentary threatenings have failed because counter currents , setting in , checked or turned backward the evil tide . These reflections are suggested by the changes which have gone forward in the South respecting the race problem , as shown in the January issue of the Southern States Farm Magazine , a new and able monthly published in Baltimore . In the issue mentioned is a symposium participated in by four of the most representative men in the South , in which the capabilities of the Negro as an agricultural laborer are discussed with a spirit and t...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Our Editorial Staff [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 15 January 1898

Our Editorial Staff We congratulate the readers of The Farmers Voice upon the variety and excellence of many articles appearing in this issue , feeling free to do so because they are the contributions of writers who would enliven any paper and whose articles are sure to be readable and valuable . J . W . Stanton s paper on Co-operative Shipping of Fruits is one most timely , and coming from the treasurer of the Illinois State Horticultural society , himself a heavy shipper of fruit , it has the ring of authority which ought to make the suggestions it contains matter for definite action . Are Courts Infallible ? is the subject of a thoughtprovoking paper from the trenchant pen of Alden S . Huling of Kansas . It sounds a warning note against a dangerous tendency of the times , and enforces the thought that we may not delegate final authority to legislatures nor courts , but retain well within the control of the people ( the supreme authority in a democracy ) ail matters relating to th...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Wants Him to Be a Farmer [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 15 January 1898

Wants Him to Be a Farmer From a business man of Scranton , Pa ., comes the following letter to The Farmers Voice : Gentlemen—Enclosed please find check for fl for next year s subscription . I take great delight in reading your paper , though not a farmer ; but have been one . I have a son 15 years of age , raised on a farm until the last year . He takes great interest in everything that pertains to farming , and I want to keep him interested in it until he gets through school , for I do not see any opening for a young man any brighter in the future than agriculture presents , provided business methods are employed and brainy boys educated to use their brains in tilling the soil . The gentleman is right ; there is no greater opportunity for the boys of the future than that offered by the various branches of agriculture . Another farmer writing from Tennessee , says : I have three sons , and I desire to take them and go myself with The Farmers Voice on its European tours in 1900 . Tha...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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For a Purer Press [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 15 January 1898

For a Purer Press We are in receipt of the annual report of the press committee of the Baltimore yearly meeting of women Friends ( Quakers ) , which indicates how much these good women are doing to arouse interest in a purer press—a work of utmost importance in these days of yellow journalism . Modern hypnotism has taught the world one great lesson which every boy and girl should learn . The power of suggestion which the mesmerist or hypnotist employs to bring his subject under the domination of his will is a power which lies all about us , in the sights we see , in the things we hear ; but nowhere is it so manifested as in the printed page . To illustrate : The other day a peculiarly distressing suicide occurred in Washington . The newspapers from one end of the country to the other described the sad affair in all its awful details . What was the result ? Within three days one young Chicago woman and one young Washington woman had folldwed the first suicides example . Murder , thef...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
The Best Selling Beef [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 15 January 1898

The Best Selling Beef While preparing his excellent report , The Beef Steer and His Sister , Secretary Coburn of Kansas addressed inquiries to a number of the prominent packers asking them what difference there was in the price of steers for baby , beef , in those with horns and without , and what difference damaged hides and a variety of colors made in the price received for cattle . From the replies received we summarize the following : The Armour Packing company prefers dehorned cattle because there are fewer bruises on them and the general result from slaughtering and disposing of them is better . They find it difficult to find any great difference , but at even figures would prefer the dehorned cattle . They say uniformity of color might cause a better price to be paid , as it undoubtedly catches the eye and makes a lot of cattle look evener . They find that baby beef is very popular , though they do not believe the quality is as good as that from older stock . The consensus of...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 15 January 1898

Published Weekly by THE FARMERS VOICE , 334 Dearborn Street , Chicago , lit W . H . BURKE , J . C . BILLINGSLEA , EDITOR . BUSINESS MANAGES , MttLER PURVIS , ASSOCIATE EDITOR . Entered at Chicago Post-Office as Second-Class Matter . Terms of Subscription : One Copy One Year One Dollar . Advertising Rates : Twenty-fire Cents perAffate T , lne . Make all Drafts or Orders payable and address all comrmmfr tatlons to THE FARMERS VOICE , 334 Dearborn Street , Chicago . THE FARMERS VOICE CO ., 334 Dearborn St ., Chicago . 111 . CHICAGO , JANUARY 15 , 1898 .

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i i I Cooperative Shipping I of Fruits I I 1 I [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 15 January 1898

i i I Cooperative Shipping I of Fruits I I 1 I aiMUT 4 IN THE issue of January 1 of this paper appeared an article upon Marketing the Crop —a paper read before the Horticultural Society of Northern Illinois at its recent meeting , by a merchant who knew just what his customers demanded and in just the condition fruits and vegetables should reach the market . This week we have the pleasure of presenting the paper read by J . W . Stanton , of Richview , 111 ., at the meeting of the Illinois State Horticultural society at Springfield , upon the important subject which appears at the head of this column . We do so hoping that the suggestions therein contained will call forth such general response as may encourage co-operation among the fruit growers of the Western states to the end that the markets of the cities and towns shall be supplied with the best of fruits under conditions productive of the highest benefits to the producer . Out of the mistakes of the past should come wisdom . Be...

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Agriculture [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 15 January 1898

Agriculture A Letter for Squire Bunker As Squire Bunker came into the grocery after his mail one day last week , the postmaster hastened to hand it to him , leaving a package of sugar unwrapped on the counter to do so . Seems to me youre gettin a good deal of literature these days , Squire , he said , handing out the papers , and with them a thick letter in an envelope which had the card of a Topeka business man on it . First thing we know youll be goin around makin speeches at institutes an other meetins . The quiet course of Squire Bunker s life does rtot call for many letters from strangers , and when he saw the one the postmaster handed him , he held it in a better light to decipher the inscription and the card on its back . This not proving effective , he laid his papers down on a barrel and proceeded to put on his old-fashioned silver-bowed spectacles , in order to get a better view of the letter . A few wrinkles were added to his tanned and weather-beaten face as a smile ripp...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 15 January 1898

Faith in Hood s The Creat Cures by Hood s Sarsaparilla Are Indeed Marvelous . My husband suffered with stomach trouble so bad at times he could not work . He has taken Hood s Sarsaparilla and it is helping him wonderfully . He also had n scrofulous humor but Hood s Sarsaparilla cured this and ho has had no trouble with it since . My little boy , too , has been taking Hood s Sarsaparilla and it has given him a good appetite . Wehave great faith in Hood s Sarsaparilla . MRS . J . H . EDWARDS , 50 Edinburg St ., Rochester , New York . Be aure to get Hood s because HOOdS pariSa Is the best—in fact the One True Blood Purifier . Sold by all druggists . $ 1 ; six for $ 5 . Hnn / l s Dillc are the best after-dinner nOOQ S flHS pins , aia digestion , use .

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Garden and Orchard [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 15 January 1898

Garden and Orchard The Farm Garden L H . Calloway , of Bethel , 111 ., talked at the recent meeting of the Illinois State Horticultural society of the farm garden , directing his remarks toward the pathological side of the question as well as the best way to handle a garden on a farm . Mr . Calloway said he once studied medicine under a physician as was the common custom in those days . He had free access to his preceptor s note books and in looking them over he discovered that those families which used a large amount of fruit and had a good garden had but little use for the doctor . This knowledge he has applied in his own family and he believes in fruit and vegetables because they are both food and medicine . He gave the medicinal properties of a long list of fruits and vegetables , and has kindly furnished us with the list , as follows : Persons suffering from rheumatism , nervous diseases and nervous dyspepsia should eat celery . Turnips are beneficial when persons are suffering...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 15 January 1898

Vegetables can be raised at a profit , and the yield enlarged , if properly fertilized . Most fertilizers do do not contain enough Potash . Vegetables need plenty of potash— at least \ o % — besides the phosphoric acid and nitrogen . Write for our books which tell all about fertilizers . They are free . GERMAN KALI WORKS , 93 Nassau St ., New York . III F IW S [ iM ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ aS r from carefully selected fl fwUxOZSffiF ^ beet , *<>•> Bid yet at as low Ji \« B > MlllMa prices as seed raised from trash . II afflfflir Try the Surprise . flsa , warranted IB JffifllvllllH t 0 be th <> * erj ( mUesl of all the 5 WP / MmStlf wrinkled sorts . Try the Enormous W WMaMt potato ( 604 bus . per measured acre ) II MiUBr the best of all the early beets , the new // mlm ~ cabbage , cucumber , lettuce . etc . To have Ik Mil the best garden you will need our cats- 4 K M \\\\ logue , It contains the best varieties of vege- W AH tablese...

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Live Stock and Dairy [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 15 January 1898

Live Stock and Dairy E . Darenport , Director of tho Illinois Experiment Station , and Professor ot Animal Husbandry and Dean of the Agricultural College of the University of Illinois , Urbana , has become a regular editorial contributor to this department . All questions relating 1 o Animal Husbandry , save those belonging to the Veterinary department will be answered by Frof , Davenport . In conjunction with the raising of sugar beets and the manufacture of beet sugar a very profitable industry has been developed in the fattening of cattle and sheep upon the beet pulp which comes as a residuum from the factory . Practical experience has demonstrated that this pulp , or cossettes , as it is technically called , is one of the most valuable articles known for fattening purposes , especially when fed with alfalfa or chopped grain . At the beet-sugar factory at Norfolk , Neb ., 1 , 000 head of cattle are now being fattened for market . The pulp is fed with ground corn at the ratio of s...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 15 January 1898

\ Beginning with | Constipation ] j a host of ailments corao . Tbe sys- 4 K tern is clogRed—impurities multiply . 0 To expel these impurities in a natural m A rational way , use } l Dr . Peter s I I Blood i I Vitalizer 0 A 100-year-old Swiss-Gonnun remedy d 4 —tho discovery of a wise German phys- 5 T ician ot the olden times . Pure roots 9 0 and herbs and nothing else . d i It is not a violent cathartic . It gently J T regulates bowels , strengthens tlie dl- 9 0 Restive organs , and by purifying tho d A > blood gives tone and vigor to the entire 5 \ system . 9 K No Drug-Store medicine ; is sold 4 f only by regular Vitalizer agents . 4 V Persons living whore there are no m m agents for Dr . Peter s Blood Vitalizer J \ can , by sending 83 . 00 obtain twelve 35W cent bottles direct from the proprietor . • a This offer can be obtained only once by A \ the same person . T 5 Write to DR . PETER FAHRNEY , i ^ 112-114 South Hoyne Ave ., Chicago . A CUc Irrigation Review Edited by...

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Poultry and Bees [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 15 January 1898

Poultry and Bees Bee-Keepers Column . Queries and communications for this department should be addressed to J . O . arimsley , Byrdatov . n , Tenn Notes From Hy Diary BT J . 0 . GMMSLEY . Hives and Their Fixtures In making your hive body , cut the end pieces ( which are 9 % inches wide ) 12 % inches long , then cut the side pieces long enough to nail onto the end pieces and leave the hive 18 % inches long , on the inside . It your lumber is % of an inch thick cut them 20 inches , if an inch thick , cut them 20 % inches . The pla in Langstroth frame , referred to last week , should be % inches wide , the end and bottom bars % inch thick , and the top bar % inch thick . The frame with V-top bar is made the same way , except the top bar is thick , and the under side dressed down to a sharp edge in the center . ( See Fig . 1 . ) H * - — ~ Flu . 1 . V-Top bar . The most popular frame , however , is the Self-spacing Hoffman Frame . ( See Fig . 2 . ) I don t know that I can give a better d...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 15 January 1898

the advantage of a policeman over a burglar is that the officer has the law on his side . Health has the same advantage over disease . The taw of Nature is for people to be healthy . When they are sick , Nature helps to cure them . Nature s law ^ is the guide for curing sick people . There is no way but Nature s way . What the doctors call many different diseases Nature cures in one way ; by nourishing the whole body with eood , pure , rich , red blood . That is Nature s way of curing scrofula , erysipelas , kidney and liver complaint , consumption and every form of eruptive and wasting disease . When you ¦ want to help Nature with medicine the medicine must work the same way as Nature works , then it has the laws of Nature on its side to make it powerful . That is the secret of Dr . Pierce s Golden Medical Discovery s wonderful cures . It assists Nature according to her own laws ; it is on Nature s side and Nature helps it ; it imparts new power to the nutritive and blood making or...

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