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

M | TH E EDGE OF A DOLLARj lli 1 S ^ E / at ner monev edgewise . The woman who \^ H ^^^ B B H \ SW values her money as well as her strength uses VlWi ^ ill fff fiOKEU ¦ f ill ptfST IB Kir ± f on Mountain Route No change ol can from St Louis to Hot Springs , Ark ., San Antonio , Houston , Galveston , Texas , or California points , and but one change to City of Mexico Superb Pullman Palace Car Service , Free Reclining Chair Can . Route of the Famous Sunset Limited , Tourist Cars to California For full information , illustrated circulars , rieeptni car reservations , call on or address BISSELL WILSON , D . F . A ., Ill Adams Street , Chicago , * ** 444 * 4 t . [ j I I I I I > _ ,. _ _¦ . „ .. ¦¦¦¦ ¦ wCKXsscvsnrxiiKKSSxvKKni i i 32-cnlibrecartrldsesfornMarlln , Model 1 , 1893 , cost only 85 . 00 a thousand . 32-calibre cartridges for any other re- , > i peater made , cost 913 . 00 a thousand . i i You can save the entire cost of your Marlin i , on the first two tho...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
The Markets [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 11 June 1898

The Markets Live Stock Market Fa ^^ ^ = »« i 0 @ 5 . 50 Choice to extra steers , 13 O 0 @ 150 O g ^^ Good • t o choice steers ;^ 200 @ iM 0 ^^ Fa b t S- BiaVir steeVs \ i 30 ()@ 16 ooii ) S . .. 4-50 @ 4 . 65 Fat handy steers , 1000 @ 1150 lbs AMOUR Common butcher steers •••••••••••• i Slo Good to choice cows and heifers .. » - ° ffK Fair to good cows and heifers .. 3 . 25 W . 65 S-SSII SK Sng and S boiogna buns - ..::::::.. 2 . COS 3 . 40 Wisconsin Cattle- 3 . 2 M . 50 Best cows , 275 « 20 Fair to good cows 2 WWW Canning cows • • • ¦ £ gg * $ Heifers 3 . 00 @ 3 . 75 Oxen 2 . 7503 . 40 . Bulls • .... 4 . 0007 . 00 it a ocklrs ( 566 - to ™ lbs . y 350 | 4 00 Feeders ( 750 to 950 lbs . ) 3 . 75 @ 4 . ^ Hogs-Quotations wereas fo 11 . ow f , U ) , -.,, Go ^ o choice heavy *? $$ && Heavy m xed ¦ . 4 . 1004 . 15 Good medium ••• im @ . m Sorted lisnt- ,... 3 . 9504 . 05 Rough , heavy ¦•• % ^ m i , 1 ? 111 ™ 1 ^ i < rV • 3 . 0003 . 60 Skips and pigs 375 ff...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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I OUR WEEKLY REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 11 June 1898

I OUR WEEKLY REVIEW • : ... .... • ^_ inj ____ -r---- . : i __^^^ liizizir ^ ir **^^^ I J & 4 irm ADAMS SONS & fflftftK , | Mr I Hi MtM . AQTW * * ^ ESTABLISHED 186 k * VI ™ , . WkW 1 1 Vve , STOCK S V : COMMISSION C H 1 I UNidisi TOCK # DS , HICAGO , 1 % M ! AND UNION S TOCK Y APPS , S OUTH OMAHA , NEB , AND K ANSAS CffVi MO » , wm Receip ts Today , 10 , 000 Cattle , . 26 , 000 Hogs , 14 , 000 Sheep Cattle Market Steady Hog Market 5 c Higher Sheep Market Strong CATTLE Thursday , June 9 , 1898 . This week s cattle receipts will be about 40 , 200 , against 39 , 145 for the same time last week , when the total for the week was 42 , 670 , against 43 , 643 in 1897 and 47 , 428 in 1896 . Last week s close was steady with the day of our last report , Friday s run being 3 , 376 , and the demand large enough to take care of the offerings without change of values . Monday , with 13 , 498 , trade was in pretty good shape , as the run was lighter than expected , and eno...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Fire Blight in Pears [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 11 June 1898

Fire Blight in Pears Bulletin 145 , Cornell University Experiment station , Ithaca , N . Y ., gives some valuable information concerning that most pestilent disease , fire blight in pears , which has done more damage to pear growers than all the other afflictions combined , Fire blight has been known in this country for a century , but was ascribed to a great many different causes until Prof . T . J . Burrill , of the University of Illinois , took the matter up and discovered that it was due to the work of bacteria , which reproduce themselves in the cambium or new wood growth that forms between the bark and wood each year . This growth is soft and full of sap , and is exactly adapted to the reproduction of the bacteria—producing fire blight . Here it increases very rapidly , extending its field from cell to cell and absorbing the nutrient juices of the tree to such an extent that the branches infected finally succumb to their attacks , the foliage showing this condition by turning ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 11 June 1898

m ^ SW M M # / l /) f CJTJIfCjr i ^^^ S w ^ $ wwUUL Ot . not . * ^ Nfm ^ ¦ V ^ Listen to this . You havewool to sell . You want to sell it where , JS > T Jmk ,, youwlll getiha host prlco and the quickest returns at the aSXm . JKl lowest commission charges commensurate with good service . lir ^ M ,, \«|& 8 k > We meet all these conditions and requirements . We have the \| M ^ r J !* 1 IKJ best location and the most commodious wool lofts in this ^^^ / px _ market . Every manufacturer In the country knowsour firm p §||| i »|& vVand knows that he can get what he wants from us . We sell «| S K « S \ MmSm him direct . We make liberal advances on consignments and miFvj SfK ^ charge only at the rate of B per cent , per annum on money ^ JsP ** ^ SBw thus advanced . Sacks furnished free . JBJS ^ . / Ty \ We Handle 15 , 000 , 000 lbs . of Woof pep Year , / mm rtl fSjfJisv Our circular letter keeps you posted on market conditions . IMilksmBi wlrr ^ ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Chess [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 11 June 1898

Chess SOLUTIONS . Problem 129 , Tourney 3 : 1 Q-QG , PxQ ; 23RB etc . If 1 ..., RxB , 2 S-K 7 ch , etc . There is a try by 1 S-R 5 , which is defeated by P-B 4 . . • Problem No . 130 : 1 Q-B 2 . Solved by C . A . Nourse , Chicago ; N . Nelson , Hopkins , Minn . ; Rev . L . H . Bahler , Schenectady , N . PROBLEM NO . 141 . Tournament Problem No . 10 . By Nels Nelson , Hopkins , Minn Black , two pieces . White , 9 pieces . Q 7 ; i p B 2 ; 2 S 1 P 3 ; 3 k 4 ; 1 P 1 B 4 ; 6 P 1 ; 7 K ; 1 R 6 . . Mate in three . Credit : Beauty , 30 or less ; difficulty , 30 or less ; finish of construction , 30 or less ; originality , 10 or less . • End Game No . 21 . Prom one of the editor s recent simultaneous exhibitions—this game vs . B . B . Parke . Play now continued . 19 P-S 4 S-QS 23 RxP ch KxR 20 Q-KR 3 P-KR 4 24 QxP ell K-S 3 21 P-K 6 Q-K 2 25 S-K 6 ch SxS 22 PxP ch K .-S 2 26 B-R 6 ch aud mates next move . GAME NO . 141 .-EVANS GAMBIT . The following is the second of two games , played by tel...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Sheep and Dogs [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 11 June 1898

Sheep and Dogs In some of the states dog owners are taxed enough to provide a fund with which to recompense sheep owners who have their sheep killed by predatory canines , of which almost every neighborhood has a surplus . In those states where a dog and sheep law is not in force the only remedy for the sheep owner is constant vigilance , the capacity to shoot straight or a dog-proof fence . No man can watch his sheep all the time unless he has enough of them to make it possible to give them his whole time . The presence of a goat or two with a flock of sheep is often sufficient protection , for the average goat is not at all afraid of a dog and puts up a show of resistance which frightens the animal away , as sheep killing dogs are proverbially cowardly , seeming to know that they are engaged in unlawful proceedings . As fences must be built in any event it seems that a dog-proof fence is the best means of preserving the flock from dogs . A barbed wire fence properly built will pre...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 11 June 1898

BAD BREATH « I have been using CASCAKETS and as a . mild and effective laxative they are simply wonderful . My daughter . and I were bothered with sick stomach and our breath was very bad . After taking a few doses of Cascurets we have Improved wonderfully . They are u great help in the family . WIWELM 1 NA NAGEL , 1137 Klttenhouse St ., Cincinnati , Ohio , fi 0 k \ CANDY M ^^ M CATHARTI C ^¦ \ tWCOJUW ^^^^^ TRAM MARK MOW ! MD ^^ ayT Pleasant , Palatable , Potent , Taste Good , Do Good , Never Sicken , Weaken , or Gripe , 10 c , 23 c , Mo . ... CURE CONSTIPATION . ... Sterling Remedy Company , Chicago , Montreal , Ken York . S 1 & IIft Til Rlf 1 Sold and guaranteed by alldrugHU lUDAU gists to CUBE Tobacco Habit Best Line Indianapolis , Cincinnati -. AND THE—South . CITY TICKET OFFICE ! 232 C URK STRICT , • CHICM * . fegggggggggggg ^^ \ Cuba s ? Philippines ! XOUR WAR ATLAS JUST PUBLISHED * JAND UP / TODATE % 4 7 * HIS GREAT WAR ATL , AS contains Twenty-three pages , each...

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Miscellaneous [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 11 June 1898

Miscellaneous Gumption and a File } \ i a boy has any mechanical faculty , if it comes to him to use tools , let him be thankful . Such a gift of nature—gumption it is sometimes called—deserves to be cultivated . It will serve its possessor many a good turn , though it may never serve him quite so well as it served a man who tells his story in the Cleveland Plain Dealer . He opened a door for himself in a really striking manner . When I was fourteen years old , he says , it became necessary for me to go out into the world and earn my share of the family expenses . I looked about with small success for a week or two , and then I saw a card hanging in a store window , Boy Wanted . I pulled down my hair , brushed the front of my jacket , and walked in . Do you want a boy ? I asked of the clerk . Back office , he said . I walked back to the little den with a high partition around it , and pushing open the door , which I noticed was slightly ajar , cap in hand , I stepped in . It was a c...

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TOTS AND DOTS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 11 June 1898

TOTS AND DOTS The well known publishing house of Harper and Brothers , has just put out a little volume that will be a revelation to millions of people and perhaps cause a revolution in modern methods of instruction . The title of this interesting work is Methods of Mind Training , and it is chiefly devoted to the study of the concentration of attention and memory . The facts disclose that a little boy , following out this new method of teaching , could tell the number of dots from seven to twenty grouped irregularly ou a black-board , at a single glance , and without hesitation , and could remember and repeat thirty lines of prose after hearing them once read . The children stand with their backs to the board while the dots are made . When the class is ready they turn round and one is asked to name , instantly , the number of dots , observed in that moment . There is no time to count . The eye takes in the group as a whole , and recognizes it as ten , fifteen , eighteen , or twenty...

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 11 June 1898

i-i 13 WHEN OTHERS FAIL CONSULT DOCTOR SWEANY , For the speedy and permanent cure of all i NERVOUS , CHRONIC AND PRIVATE Diseases , even in their most aggravated forms . There is no one man In tho world who has performed so many permanent cures in both Men and Women of troubles which other physicians of acknowledged ability had 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 excesses of any kind should consult him without delay , place themselves under bis treatment and have lost strength , mamy vigor and confidence restored . IAIDITSF 1 you cannot call , a letter WW r % I I Isii carefully describing your symptoms and he will send to you in plain envelope bis scientific and honest opinion of your case free of c...

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Weather and Crops [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 11 June 1898

Weather and Crops Illinois—Highly favorable week , with corn planting or re-planting practically finished and cultivation general ; stand good and plant now vigorous . Wheat and rye heading and cutting will begin in extreme southern counties last of week , with grain in fine condition . Oats and spring wheat good . Grasses splendid and heavy hay crop assured . Potatoes and gardens fine . Broomcorn planting well along . Wisconsin—All crops growing rapidly . Winter wheat and rye heading out well . Corn planting completed and germination good , early planted being cultivated . Fruit prospects good , Michigan—Wheat in fine condition and heading fast . Oats and grass continue to improve . Curl leaf on peach trees has materially shortened the crop , but other fruit continues promising . Corn making good stand and its cultivation being general . Minnesota—Everything growing rapidly and healthy . Spring wheat shooting in south and winter wheat heading . Large hay crop expected . Corn and po...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 11 June 1898

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 11 June 1898

e j ® S J & 5 & > 9 CSftt . J 02 SS jftSS . & S \ > i 55 Si J £ 5 RV yJ ^ Ri /? S \ y £ 3 R » . >^ 5 \ ^ ERv y ^ Ss / £ ^> J £ @& / ££ Sm \ \ % vS \ ° } ^ S t ° C ° Iv 2 ^ ^ ^ W ^ wl ^ Hl j § ; Omw © • General Catalogue 8 o Md Buyers Guide © ^ SPRING !& SUMMER X W 1898 © tI 8 READY FOB DISTRIBUTION ^ . It lias over 800 pages . Over 14 , 000 illustrations . ^ 2 / IBI 40 , 000 descriptions of goods . Weighs nearly three ( Up fBI pounds and quotes Wholesale prices to consumers on y ||| ( HI ) everything they wear or use . jf ^ # The book is free . It costs 21 cents postage to send It- /^ j We want you to have one . Send 15 CENTS to partly pay \ $ ^ 0 / jfij \ postage or expressage , and well send you a copy . / psk S , ^ p ^^^ 0 ¦ % t lll-112-113-il 4-li 5-ll < S-117- /^> THE GREAT 118-119-120 Wj t MAIL ORDER MICHIGAN AVENUE ^ HOUSE . CHICAGO . | p Q • © ^^^^ ^^...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 11 June 1898

?????????????????????????? i {DOUBLETHE PRICE i : ! ^ JL-n « Cora :: Z / 111 i ^ T-rvlA Dy using < i X - ^^^ kSU- WOODS {! x ^ fefe ?* - ^^^ steam Cooker . ;; X No waste of feed . Requires no atten- < i ? tion . One fire cooks 1 U to 50 bushels . < > T Water in tanks at a distance can be T heated . No smell as strength of feed z is saved . Tank of Galvanized steel , , X fire-box boiler steel . Stock does bet- ,, 2 ter on cooked feed . Sold on Six < i • months trial . Send for Circular . I CHARLES WOOD , Jacksonville , III . ]! !««??????????????????*??«>«»• RUMELY ENGINES I EMBRACE A COMPLETE LINE OF A Traction , Portable , Semi-Port- ? able , Simple and 4 Compound Engines . ? They are made to supply tho greatest amount T of power from the least amount of fuel with ? the least attention . Traction engines range ? from 8 to 20 h . p . and their leadtag features are ? Large Traction Power , ? ; Fast Travel , Easy Steamer...

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The Week [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 18 June 1898

The Week Joseph Leiter , merchant , was a success ; when Joseph Letter hecame a gambler in puts and calls failure followed swift and sure , and to-day the king of the wheat pit , who has ruled with gentle hand withal , for the past fourteen months , is bankrupt , and his 7 , 000 , 000 bushels of wheat , in store in this country , on shipboard and in the hands of dealers on the other side of the Atlantic , are held by his creditors , with fair doubt if they will square up for the millions he has borrowed for the carrying forward of his colossal transactions in the world s chief . cereal . The history of the deal , of which our readers have been advised from time to time , reads more like a story of Monte Cristo than a plain tale of the daily commercial life of the world . In April , 1897 , Joseph Leiter , who had theretofore spent his time in looking after his fathers immense realty holdings in Chicago , entered the wheat pit a novice . Wheat was selling at 65 cents , and there was a...

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