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r ^ pp ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ : he Matter With Kansas . 1 » % . W [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 25 June 1898
r ^ pp ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ : he Matter With Kansas . 1 » % . W THE term bleeding Kansas was originated in the days when the matter of making it a slave or free state was being discussed with various sorts of firearms , with an occasional lynching as a diversion . At that time bloodshed was common enough for the term to be perfectly applicable to the state . More recently the term has been used in all seriousness by one faction of the state and contemptuously by another . The one referred to the bleeding process by which mortgage sharks have robbed the farmers of the state , and the other never used it except in a satirical manner while intimating that Kansas is all right . We all have heard about the recent prosperity of Kansas . We have been told that mortgages by the carload have been canceled and that the debts of the state have been paid ; that bumper crops have placed the state on the high road to affluence and that its people are prosperous , happy and contented . Having seen ...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 25 June 1898
Dyspepsia Degrades its victims . It puts them in the power of the weakest organ of the body and makes them its slaves . They must eat to suit it , drink to suit it , and live a lenten life of self-denial . AVERS PILLS have cured many bad cases of dyspepsia—they will cure you , if you are suffering from that disease . Mrs . H . B . Anderson , 15 Williams Street , Grand Eapids , Mich ., writes : Ayer s Pills cured me of dyspepsia from which I had suffered for three years . They beat every other medi- . ! cine . AYERS PILLS Cure Dyspepsia
Woman and Home [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 25 June 1898
Woman and Home The Way of the Rain I heard an old farmer talk one day , Telling his listeners how In the wide , new country , far away , The rainfall follows the plow . As fast as they break it , up , you see , And turnthe heart to the sun , As they open the furrows deep and free , And trie tillage is begun . The earth grows mellow , and more and more It holds and sends to the sky A moisture it never had before , When the face was hard and dry . And so wherever the plowshares run , The clouds run overhead ; And the soil that works and lets in the sun , With water is always fed . I wonder if that old farmer knew The half of his simple word , Or guessed the message that heavenly true Within it was hidden and heard . It fell on my ear by chance that day , But the gladness lingers now , To think it is always God s dear way , That the rainfall follows the Plow . The Kindest Way Here s our car , and we shall not have to wait at all . nn „ The speaker was one of a half-dozen ladles who had...
PERIODS OF PAIN . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 25 June 1898
PERIODS OF PAIN . Menstruation , the balance wheel of womans life , is also the bane of existence to many because it means a time of great suffering . While no woman is entirely free from periodical pain , it does not seem to have been nature s plan TS that women \« otherwise \ l healthy V should suffer so severely . LydiaE . Pinkham s Vege- &gt;; table Com- G &amp; pound is C j &amp; the most c ^ t thorough fe- y male regula- 1 tor known to 1 medical sci ence . It relieves the condition that produces so much discomfort and robs menstruation of its terrors . Here is proof : DEAR MBS . PINKHAM : —HOW can 1 thank you enough for what you have done for me ? When I wrote to you I was suffering untold pain at time of menstruation ; was nervous , had headache all the time , no appetite , that tired feeling , and did not care for anything . I have taken three bottles of Lydia E . Pinkham s Vegetable Compound , one of Blood Purifier , two boxes of Liver Pills , and to...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 25 June 1898
§ $ I TIRED 1 1 HOUSEWIVES ! j jj Are you looking for something jj | % that will make you forget ? Send 3 &gt; 1 A QUEER DILEMMA | $ It is a new book by Effie w . $ $ Mefriman , the popular editor of f jg The Housekeeper , and author | R $ of several well-known books . $ I She has been a tired housewife * herself and knows the benefit of X A GOOD LAUGH , $ The bock provides the laugh , jg It is not an expensive luxury , for X in paper covers it costs $ ONLY TWENTY / FIVE CENTS . | Address The Franklin Taylor « - Publishing Co ,, Minneapolis , X 2 Minn . Box 376 , w cieeeeee € eee «* : « e « e « €€€€€€ e € &lt; 9 Ttt / li * The Horror-stricken llllllu Empire , A NEW BOOK ¦*?» ¦ ?? FOR AGENTS , describing the great plague , famine , and earthquake . Accurate and authentic . Contains oyer 100 illustrations from actual photographs . No other book like it . Agents wanted everywhere . Liberal Terms , write at once for terms and enclose $ 1 . 00 for prospectus . Address « M...
Our Boys and Girls [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 25 June 1898
Our Boys and Girls Shower and Flower Down the little drops patter , Making a musical clatter ; * Out of the clouds they throng : Freshness of heaven they scatter Little dark rootlets among . Coming to visit you , Posies ! Open your hearts to us , Roses ! That is the Raindrops song . Up the little seed rises : Buds of all colors and sizes Clamber up out of the ground . Gently the blue sky surprises The earth with that soft-rushing sound , Welcomfc ! the brown bees are humming ; Come ! for we wait for your coming ! Whisper the wild flowers around . Shower , it is pleasant to hear you Flower , it is sweet-to be near you ! This is the song everywhere . Listen ! the music will cheer you ! Raindrop and blossom so fair Gladly are meeting together Out in the beautiful weather . Oh , the sweet song in the air ! —Lucy Larcon . The Nook and Corner Club Now that we are all equipped with bicycles , suppose we organize a family club , take some spins into the country , and become better acquainte...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 25 June 1898
INITIAL TRIP JUNE 22 d . ToKe the wnaie &amp; acK s . 3 . cnnstoDtier Goiummis The Largest , Fastest Excursion Steamer in the World . To and From Chicago . LEAVES CHICAGO , Week Days . 9 : 80 a . m . Leaves Chicago , Sundays 10 : 00 a . m * Extra Trip , leaving Saturday 10 : 00 p . m . LEAVES . MILWAUKEE , Week Days 4 : 00 p . m . Leaves Milwaukee . Sundays 6 : 00 p . m . Leaves Milwaukee , Sundays JjOOam . FARE FROM CHICAGO : Round Trip , returning same day ..... 11 . 09 Round Trip , unlimited I 1 . W One Way ; « M Saturday Night , trip unlimited L . » 1 . M FARE FROM MILWAUKEE : One Way ..... 01 . 00 Bound Trip , unlimited ILM Children , 6 to 10 , Half Fare ; Blcylea Free—Mu 8 lo-C » fe . Docks , Chicago Ru / 4 Street Mdft Vooks , Milwaukee Frat Detroit Street Special Elites to Societies . For further Informatlor , apply to &amp; S . WHITSLAR , General PaiSenger Aft * 180 La Salle St ., Chicago . Best Line TO Indianapolis , Cincinnati AND THE » South . CITY TICKET ...
OUR WEEKLY REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 25 June 1898
OUR WEEKLY REVIEW jjij _~~ jLjTTl if ] iii w—» - • ¦ ¦ _ —^^ Wi TTIZ * Tw 1 ^ lii / nUM ^ 1 lTI MM li ** t ^ ff 1 lll l iffl mil JOStPH A 0 AM 3OCOffOE J . ADAMS . ^ . * A . W KfTCHiH , Rffl g I &amp; ««« ADAMS SONS &amp; K / Tr- ^ , Mfc I l aByOtf * 1 ^^ STABUSMCD IS 6 t ? ^ lQt VN , W ^ 1 IfpfcivE : STOCK COMMISSION ? 1 I . UNiofti STOCK YARDS , CHICAGO , III 9 . * ; _ . „ ¦ - ^ 1 mm (^ AND U NION S TOCK . Y ARDS , S OOTH O MAHA , NEB , AND rtosisAS CITY , MO , ( ilH Receipts Today 10 , 500 Cattle , 33 , 000 Hogs , 12 , 000 Sheep Cattle Market Slow , but Unchanged Hog Market Strong Sheep Market Active CATTLE i Chicago , 111 ., Thursday , June 23 . The week s run up to tonight will be about 49 , 500 against 45 , 045 for the same time last week , when the total was 48 , 312 as compared with 51 , 090 in 1897 and 48 , 963 in 1896 for the corresponding period . Last week s wind up was about steady , the run on Friday being 3 , 223 and the market not quotably different f...
The Markets [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 25 June 1898
The Markets Live Stock Market Cattle-Quotations were as follows : Fancy Vatlve steers , 150001700 lbs . i 6 . 4 O 05 . aO Choice to extra steers , 130001600 lbs 5 . 1505 . 25 Good to choice steers 12 OO 015 W lbs 4 . 650 D . 1 O Fat , plain steers , 1300016001 lbs .... 4 . 60 ® 4 . 7 ; Fat handy steers , 100001150 lbs 004 . a Common butcher steers iSgH Good to choice cows and heifers .. 3 . to @ 4 . 50 Fair to good cows and heifers .... 3 . 1003 . 50 Poor to good canning cows rKMflS Stackers and feeders , 70001100 lbs .. 4 . JMW . B Native veal calves , 100 to 400 lbs .. UW . to Export bulls , v • ffT * l Feeding and bologna bulla * i GJiU .-. o W Bfs ? n cows Ca ! e r 3 . 0003 . 25 Fair to good cows ISK Serf cows . •• . • .::::::::::::::::: IXl olen • 3 . C 093 . 75 Bulls , 2 . 15 W 3 . 40 Calves .... 4 . CO 07 . O ) Stockers ( 500 to 700 lbs ) i ^ l ® 4 : ^ Feeders ( 750 to 950 lbs ) 3 . io @ 4 . * 5 Hogs-Quotations were as follows : Good , to choice heavy *» * Heavy mixed IS ? , ...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 25 June 1898
LJ DON T • ncK ^ ff MMKIIEIKI because y ° ul , V 00 nns n ° t brought- the best returns in the past . It JfjflA / fl MSM M IIM mxy ] mva been hawked about the market in the usual commis- ¦ VY H . ¦ IHHil s on house way . We have a better plan . We sell your wool di- M A II lilp ^ iil Feet to the manufacturer . Wo arc big enough to attract his M ** H Mi * 8 HI trade and command his respect . Try our plan and see if you dont JH f ^ ll If \ A / fflH like it better . Sacks furnished free to shippers . jf « | 11 0 ft We mal ( e Liberal Advances ML M It fi If - - on Donsignmenis 11 Ihs ^ H ftml on ^ c nav ge Per cen interest per annum on money advanced . 1 fjI g ^^ M IS I H Cur Circular Letter keeps you posted on market conditions . Dont | ||| l ||| i ¦ | I \ ¦• H sell until you hear from us . Better write to-day . I mugMM IJbw SILBERMAH BROS ., ¦¦ JfM ^&amp; WKk 1 B 2-124 . 12 B . 128 fihlnann Ills . Ill 111 mm ^^ iiM M ICHIGAN STREET , unicagof # n »&gt; ¦ » F ^^^^^ lSil...
LANDS IN WISCONSIN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 25 June 1898
LANDS IN WISCONSIN Are now as desirable as any in the market . The lands , particularly In the northern part of Wisconsin , are being rapidly taken up by actual settlers . The- most salable are the timber ana meadow lands now ranging In price from $ 6 . 00 to $ 12 . 00 per acre . A few months hence their value will be greatly increased . For a home or for investment no luckier chance in the West has ever before been offered . Now is the time to invest . No better farming land exists anywhere , NO greater results can be obtained anywhere . Schools and churches abound everywhere . Nearby markets for all farm products . Wisconsin is one of the banner states of the West . ; Fnr further Information address or call • upon W . B . Powell , General Immigration Agent , 410 Old Colony Building , Chicago , Ills .
Chess [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 25 June 1898
Chess TWO MOVE PROBLEMS-FROM OUR EXCHANGES . PROBLEM NO . 143 . White , 3 pieces : K on KB 2 , QKB 6 , BKR 7 . Black , 2 pieces : K on KS 5 , PKS 4 . Forsyth notation of the position : 8 ; 7 B ; 5 Q 2 ; 6 p 1 ; 6 Ik 1 ; 8 ; 5 K 2 ; 8 . By H . Gray , in N . Y . Tribune . PROBLEM NO . 144 . White , 6 pieces : K on QR 6 , QKB 3 , RKB 4 , BKS 7 , PQ 4 , PQR 3 . Black , 3 pieces : K on OB 5 . PQB 3 , PQ 3 . Forsyth notation : 8 ; 6 B 1 ; K 1 P P 4 ; 8 ; 2 k P 1 R 2 ; P 4 Q 2 ; 8 ; 8 . By Otto Wurzburg , in the last American Chess Magazine . PROBLEM NO . 145 . White , B pieces : K on K 8 , QQR 8 , RKS 5 , PK 7 , PQ 2 . Black , 5 pieces : K on Q 3 , RQB , PKR 2 , PQ 6 . PQB 2 . Forsyth notation : Q 3 K 3 ; 2 p 1 P 2 p ; 3 k 4 ; 6 Rl ; 3 r 4 ; 3 p 4 ; 3 P 4 ; 8 . By Sigismund Gold , in American Chess Magazine . PROBLEM NO . 146 . White , 10 pieces : K on KR 0 , BJCS 8 , RKB 1 , BKR 8 , BK 6 , SKS 5 , SKB 5 , PKR 3 , PKS 4 , PKB 3 . Black , 1 piece : K on KB 5 . Forsyth notation : 6 RB : 8 ;...
BEWARE OF OINTMENTS FOR CA -TARRH THAT CONTAIN . MERCURY . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 25 June 1898
BEWARE OF OINTMENTS FOR CATARRH THAT CONTAIN . MERCURY . as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces . Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians , as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them . Hall s Catarrh Cure , manufactured by F . J . Cheney &amp; Co ., Toledo . 0 ., contains no mercury , and is taken internally , acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system , in buying Hall s Catarrh Cure be sure you net the genuine . It is taken internally and made in Toledo , Ohio , by F . J . Cheney &amp; Co . Testimonials free . Sold by druggists , price 75 c per bottle . Hall s Family Pills are the best .
HOW IS THIS ? [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 25 June 1898
HOW IS THIS ? It may interest some of our readers , who intend buying a buggy or other vehicle this fall , to know that the popular and well known-Alli-ance Carriage Co ., No . 208 Court street , Cincinnati , 0 ., always paste their printed guarantee on the seat of every Buggy . Here it is , it sneaks for itself : , . , We guarantee that our buggies are made of the best of selected stock . That we use nothing but the best of hickory in our Wheels , Gears , Shafts and Poles ; and nothing but the finest of ash and whitewood in our Bodies ; tnat every Bolt and Clip used is the best of Norway Iron ; that our Axle and Tire are steel ; that we use nothing but the best of lead and oil in painting and that our finishing varnish is the best on the market . Should any part of this carriage break in two years through fault of workmanship or material , we agree to furnish new part free ; and should any part of Spiral Springs or attachments break or fall In ten years , we agree to furnish new pa...