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Write to P . J . Killer , Tiffin , 0 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 July 1898
Write to P . J . Killer , Tiffin , 0 Agricultural Graduates At a recent meeting of the board of regents of the Wisconsin University the following students , having completed the short course in agriculture , were awarded certificates . The Wisconsin graduates were as follows : W . L . Arms , Randolph ; H . E . Aldrich , Burlington ; H . J . Bernards , Ashton ; R . H . Black , Lone Rock ; H . C . Burchard , Fort Atkinson ; C . von Cotzhausen , Milwaukee ; P . A . Dukleth , Big Bend ; H . A . Dworak , ¦ Slovan ; J . F . Elliott , River Falls ; W . A . Grover , Annsburgh ; M . F . Haevers , Tonet ; J . H . Hamilton , Poynette ; W . H . Hanchett , Sparta ; A . Joss , Fountain City ; J . R . McDonald , North Bend ; W . R . Newberry , Peshtigo ; J . L . Patterson , Bloomington ; W . F . Ray , Alaska ; A . W . Reddemann , Danville ; W . F . Renk , Sun Prairie ; J . H . Stanton , Mitchell ; C . Steffen , Western Union ; R . B . Snyder , Clinton ; T . Thronson , Big Bend ; J . A . Tormey , F...
Queries and Answers [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 July 1898
Queries and Answers Is there any other , corn husker and fodder shredder that is moved on trucks besides the Milwaukee and the Keystone ? If so , where are they made ? W . F . H . Iron , 111 . We have been unable to find that there are any corn-huskers perfected except the Cyclone , made by the Rosenthal Corn-Husking Machine Co ., which is illustrated on another page , and the Keystone , made at Sterling , 111 . Please answer the following questions for an old subscriber : 1 . Is the Chicago Educational Book Union reliable ? 2 . Through what part of Missouri does the Santa Fe railroad run ? 3 . Has Uncle Sam got any more land for homesteading ? 4 . What can a man do to prevent moss from gathering in a water tank ? 5 . The ants destroy cabbage plants . What remedy can we employ ? There is no use for me to try to get along without The Farmers Voice . If it cost j 3 a year I would have it just the same . A single issue often is worth more than a years subscription price . Trivoli , 111...
Woman and Home [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 July 1898
Woman and Home Faith and Hope 0 dont be sorrowful , darling ! Now , dont be sorrowful , pray ; For , taking the year together , my dear , There isnt more night than day . It s rainy weather , my loved one ; Time s wheels they heavily run ; But taking the year together , my dear , There isnt more cloud than sun . We re old folks now , companion—Our heads they are growing gray ^ But taking the year all round , my dear , You always will find the May . We ve had our May , my darling , And our roses , long ago ; And the time of the year is come , my dear , For the long dark nights , and the snow . But God is God , my faithful , Of night as well as o £ day ; And we feel and know that we can go Wherever he leads the way . Ay , God of night , my darling ! Of the night of death so grim ; And the gate that from lite leads out , good ¦ wife , , , ,, Is the gale that leads to him . —Ttnmhrnmlt Pealo . Stick to It I have been a good deal interested in watching the career of two boys who were in ...
TIMOR EXPELLED : i . ' [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 July 1898
TIMOR EXPELLED : i . Unqualified Success of Lydia B . ! Pinkham s Vegetable Compound . &gt; i • -i Mrs . ELIZABETH WHEELOCK , Magnolia , Iowa , in the following 1 letter de &gt; scribes her recovery from a very critical condition : D EAB MHS . PINKIIAM : —I have been takinor vour Vegetable Conroound . and % am now ready to sound » - ^ - ~ its praises . It /— ¦^ •\ has done wonA ? ders for me in / T ^ A . relieving me \\ *^ \ of a tumor . . Cp My health * A has been poor ^ for three years . ^ 7 j ^ Change of life f \^ was working irrjwB ^ k u P on me * ¦*¦ UwlvwB was Ter ^ * l \ x ^ r much bloated \ and was a bur den to myself . Was troubled with smothering spells , also palpitation of the heart and . that bearing-down feeling , and could not be on my feet much . I was growing worse all the time , until I took your medicine . After taking three boxes of Lydia E . Pinkham s Vegetable Compound Lozenges , the tuntor passed from me . My health has been better ever since ,...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 July 1898
HOUSEWIVES Are you looking for something that will make you forget ? Send for A QUEER DILEMMA It Is a new book by Eifie W . Meffiman , the popular editor of The Housekeeper , and author of several well-known books , She has been a tired housewife herself and knows the benefit of A GOOD LAUGH The book provides the laugh , It is not an expensive luxury , tor in paper covers it costs ONLY TWENTY / FIVE CENTS Address The Franklin Taylor Publishing Co ,, Minneapolis , Minn , Box 376 , TIRED ! 2 S K I t &gt; s l &lt; j j &gt; 7 J jj &lt; j |&gt; J H s 1 . $ h j 2 jj a 3 I , | J I 5 I « S- ^ BICYCLES , \ c Mon &gt; Women , Girls aoy 8 . Complete line . Allbvandnewmodcls . V ^ TT / n ^ vSyT \ XS / 7 ft ^ * 5 for $ 32 . 50 ^ U ^ y * ^ tUjUJf $ &lt; so &gt; Artlu 8 ton $ 21 . 50 No Money In Advnneo . others at $ 15 , $ 1 ? and $ 2 a WRITE TODAY for SPECIAL OFFER . J „ vcn | lc . $ 7 . 00 to $ 12 . 50 Shipped anywhere C . O . D . ...
Our Boys and Girls [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 July 1898
Our Boys and Girls Just How It Is There was a tree stood in the ground , The prettiest tree you ever did see ; The tree in the wood , and the wood in the ground , And the green grass growing all around . And on this tree there was a limb , The prettiest limb you ever did see ; The limb on the tree , and the tree in the wood , , ,, The tree in the wood , and the wood in the ground , And the green grass growing all around . And on this limb there was a bough , The prettiest bough you ever did see ; The bough on the limb , and the limb on the tree , The limb on the tree , and the tree in the The tree in the wood , and the wood in the ground . And the green grass growing all around . Now on this bough there was a nest , And in this nest there was some eggs , The prettiest eggs you ever did see ; Eggs in the nest , and the nest on the bough , . ,, „ , The bough on the limb , and the limb on the tree , , x , .. The limb on the tree , and the tree in the The tree in the wood , and the wood...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 July 1898
ltrests with you whether you continue the ^^^^^ nerve-killing tobacco habit . NO-TO . ] iA € L / 3 B ^ H removes the desire for tobacco , wlth ^ gT gk ^^^ out nervous distress , expels nico ^ fl 11 fl ^ Blr tine , purifies tho blood , re ^ * 4 ffJIL IrJ ^ lsoJ . stores lost manhood . ^^ Ta | ¦ I I ^^ OO boxes makes you strong &gt;« J IlliV ^ sold , 400 . 000 lnhealthtnerve ^^ H Vkll vi ^^ casescured . Buy and pocket ^ df | Wkl ¦?^ KOTOBAC from bo i llc ^ *^» 1 jM 7 J ^ y mT . own druggist , who *** S % t ¦¦ I ^*&lt; wM vouch torus . Take it with ^ V &amp;&gt; Ur * I 1 . patiently , persistently . One ^ ¦ fcV • ^ D 0 X , $ 1 , usually cures ; 3 boxes , $ 2 . 60 , ^^^ PM ^ guaranteed to cure , or wo refund money . ¦ • ^ Blerllng Beauty Co ., Chicago , noutrul , Sew fork . KSMJVVBWlll make the sole absolutely l | fTMII 3 lV &lt; 4 r £ WWW . Prevents slip . lliiVJB 9 piner on icy or wet pavements , &amp;\ MfWaai Ad s ^ t 0 , ife ° f slioes...
The Markets [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 July 1898
The Markets Live Stock Market Callo-Quotatipns were as follows . SffftStsa ^ gE t &amp; i Fat handy steers 10 «)@ 1150 lbs ... *^ Common , butcher steers . ^ . •• .-- 365 @ a 0 Good to choice cows and ™ ne ™ 3 . io @ 3 . 50 l ? air to good « ana » *^_ w poor to good canning cows ..... 400 @ 490 Stockers and feeders 6 &lt; W @ 11 W ms | 00700 Native veal calves , 100 to m i « s .. 340 u 5 Export bu s 1 ;; , - -ii uils - ! . l ... 2 . 60 @ 3 . 40 Feeding and bologna Duns «¦ Wisconsin Cattle— 3 00 @ 3 . 25 Best cows •• ; 2 . 5 »@ 3 . 00 Fair to good cows 2 . 00 § 2 . 75 Canning cows 2 . 80 @ 3 . 40 Heifers 3 . 00 @ 3 . 75 Oxen 2 . 75 @ 3 . 40 Bulls 4 . 00 @ 6 . 75 Calves ••;^ X . , Wlh ^ . ..... 3 . 40 @ 3 . 85 l ^ ffi (^ t o 0 S )! 5 S :::.: » :-- » - « wtw Hogs-Quotations were as »«^ S . W » Good to choice heavy 3 . 70 @ 3 . 75 Heavy mixed • 3 . 75 @ 3 . so Good medium ;; 3 . 7003 . 12 % Sorted light 3 . 65 @ 3 . 70 Bough , heavy 3 . 65 @ 3 . 70 Light , mixed . ... 3 ...
OUR WEEKLY REVIEW Receipts To-Day 10 , 500 Cattle , 32 , 000 Hogs , 16 , 000 Sheep [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 July 1898
OUR WEEKLY REVIEW Receipts To-Day 10 , 500 Cattle , 32 , 000 Hogs , 16 , 000 Sheep HBH JOSEPH ADAM * ^^ m ^ M ^ kK a ^ te A ¦¦• - — » -. ¦ ..., - ^ ^ H ¦ A , , ftrtH AD ^ 8 : S 0 NS * Wctm 1 ffr I l OM . \\ ft »* ^ • ESTABLISHED 180 • * Vi « JY , *^? I I 1 C 3 M &amp; STOCK COMMISSIOIN ; I I UNICM STOCK YxftDS , CHICAGO , III * ., - MA I 1 AND UNION STOOV &amp; DS . SOUTH OMAHA , NEa . AND KANSAS CltV . MO * , UllilUH Choice Cattle Steady , Others Shade Easier Hog Market 10 c Lower Than Yesterday Morning Sheep Market Active , at Yesterday s Decline CATTLE Thursday , June 30 , 1898 . This week s receipts up to to-night will be about 45 , 000 , against 48 , 634 for the corresponding time last week . The total run for last week was 52 , 271 , against 43 , 073 In 1897 and 48 , 947 in 1896 . Friday last was not quotably different from the day of our last report , the run being 3 , 414 , which , with Saturdays 223 , brought the total to the figures given above . This would...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 July 1898
WM ^ m ^ im ¥ * r FA WJTA WAwm ^ m lilKSM w w AWT M J w MAW T W ^^ A V ^ mm * AWtwmtM Wm ^ JJ ^**** mur—m WA \ ^ ggj Wm Hold on to Your WooljXm § £ § until you correspond with us . BHH H ^^^ B We are in a position to both make and save you money . £ \^ H BBUBK Listen to these facts . We are by far the largest wool commis- jiW ^ j KHSyll sion house in the west . We handled last year B &amp; S 3 ^ H 15 , 000 , 000 POUNDS OF WOOL . § K IH | ljffi The large manufacturers huy from us direct . [ KK-. = 3 * HpsHu Our stocks are always extensive enough to supply their wants . JgK ~ xij llpllf We Make Liberal Advances on Consignments f § S j Bw ^ dwHl at 5 per cent , per annum for money thus loaned . We supply mfSSMjl ^ fSVi ^ nR our patrons with sacks free . We send you our regular market ffie * irf ? 5 »! Isi &amp; 5 s 8 i letter which keeps you informed at all times upon the exact « 5 ? F 3 ? i I mpf jiCaf 1 condition of the market . Write us at once about your ; IBK ^ IB ...
Chess [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 July 1898
Chess PROBLEM NO . 147 . Composed especially for The Farmers Voice by Courtenay Lemon , New York . Black . 11 pieces . White , 10 pieces . White to play and mate in two moves . PROBLEM NO . 148 . By W . A . Shinkman . Black , 2 pieces . i White , 8 pieces . 8 : 8 : 2 P 1 P 3 ; p 2 k 4 ; S 5 S Q ; 8 ; 1 P 1 P 4 ; 7 K . White to play and mate in four moves . GAME NO . 14 G .-CTGAM . DECLINED . Tournament Pillsbury Association , Southern Division . O . E . Wiggers , White ; Tom M . Hyde , Black . ; 1 P-Q 4 P-Q 4 22 QXB R-Q ? JP-QB 4 P-K 3 23 R-S 2 P-S 3 13 S-QB 3 S-KB 3 24 S-R 6 cll K-S 2 ( 4 S-B 3 P-B 4 25 S-S 4 Q-331 15 B-S 5 B-Kl 26 P-K 4 R-QS P 6 P-K 3 P-QS 3 27 Q-Bl P-S 4 pR-Bl B-S 2 23 S-B 6 ( d ) QxS ( e ) 18 B-Q 3 S-B 3 29 RxQ KxR M 0-0 ( a ) 0-0 30 QxSP ch K-K 3 lOBxS BxB 31 Q-B £ ch K-Q 3 11 BPxP KPxP 32 Q-B 6 ch K-Q 2 12 QPxP P-Q 5 ( b ) 33 R-S 5 R-Ql ? 13 S-K 4 PxKP 34 QxP ch K-B 3 ( f ) XiSxBch QxS 35 QxQRP R-Q 8 cli lSKBPxP PxP 36 K-SZ KR-Q 6 ? 16 S-Q 4 Q-K 4 37 RxPchfe )...
HOW'S THIS ? [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 July 1898
HOWS THIS ? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall s Catarrh Cure . F . J . CHENEY &amp; Co ., Props ., Toledo , 0 . We , the undersigned , have known F . J . Cheney for the last 15 years , and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions , and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their firm . WEST &amp; TRUAX , Wholesale Druggists , Toledo , 0 . WALDING , KINNAN &amp; MARVIN , Wholesale Druggists , Toledo , 0 . Hall s Catarrh Cure is taken internally , acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system . Price , 75 c per bottle . Sold by all druggists . Testimonials free . Hall s family Pills are the best . The meeting of the National Educational Association at Washington , July 7-12 , offers exceptional inducements to those who wish to visit the national capital . The Monon Route will sell tickets for one fare for the round trip with ample time to make side trips...
NEW SLEEPING CAR LINE . ' [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 July 1898
NEW SLEEPING CAR LINE . Between Chicago and Buffalo on train wo . 6 , Nickel Plate Road , leaving Chicago daily from the Van Buren Street Passenger Station ( on the Loop ) , at 2 : 55 p . m . Also a through sleeper to New York via Nickel Plate and Lackawanna Roads , In addition to the excellent through service heretofore maintained .
OF INTEREST TO HOMESEEKERS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 July 1898
OF INTEREST TO HOMESEEKERS . To those desirous of owning a farm home , and seeking by industry and thrift to attain an independent condition in life , no better chance is afforded than the fertile farming lands , at low prices and reasonable terms , situated along the Hne of the Chicago &amp; North-western Ry , in western Minnesota and South Dakota . This locality is forging to the front and yearly gaining immense wealth from its fine crops , dairy interests and stock raising . For further information regarding Homeseekers rates , etc ., please apply to W . B . Kniskern , G . P . and T . A ., 22 Fifth Ave ., Chicago .