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HOMESEEKERS' EXCURSIONS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 July 1898
HOMESEEKERS EXCURSIONS . On the first and third Tuesdays in May and June , 1898 , the Chicago , Milwaukee &amp; St . Paul Railway will sell round-trip excursion tickets ( good for 21 days ) to a great many points in South and North Dakota and other western and southwestern states , at practically one fare for the round trip . Take a trip west and see what an amount of good land can be purchased for very little money . Further Information as to rates , routes , prices of farm lands , etc ., may be obtained on application to any coupon ticket agent or by addressing Geo . H . Heafford , General Passenger Agent , Chicago , Milwaukee &amp; St . Paul railway , Old Colony Building , Chicago , 111 .
CHEAP EXCURSIONS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 July 1898
CHEAP EXCURSIONS Are run the first and third Tuesday of each month to all points in the west and southwest , via the Missouri Pacific Ry . and Iron Mountain Route . Write for particulars . On receipt of eight cents in postage stamps , will mail a work of art . The most comprehensive and typographically the handsomest work of its kind ever issued about the state of Texas , or several fine publications about Arkansas . Address _ BISSELL WILSON , D . P . A ., Ill Adams St ., Chicago , 111 .
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 July 1898
~ i ; : ! July 2 , 1898 WHEN OTHERS FAIL CONSULT DOCTOR SWEANY , For the speedy and permanent cure ot all i NERVOUS , CHRONIC AND PRIVATE Bleeaees , even in their most aggravated forms . There is no one man in the world who hat performed so many permanent cures in both Men ana Women of troubles whloB other physicians of no ; Knowle ~ deed ability had given upas hopeless as this eminent SPECIALIST . Nothing baffles his keen perception , bis unerring diagnosis , nor his marvelous professional abilities , resulting from many years ot experience . YOUKO MEN Buttering from any of the many ailments resulting from indiscretions of youth or men of maturer years suffering from excesses or any kind should consult him without delay , place themselves under his treatment and have lost strength , manly vigor and confidence restored . lAf fjlTBT if yon cannot call , a letter WW Mil b carefully describing &lt; your symptoms and he will send to you In plain envelope MB scientific and honest...
THE FAIRS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 July 1898
THE FAIRS . STATE FAiUS FOB 1898 . Illinois ., Springfield , Sept . 26-Oct . 1 . -Indlinti .......... Indianapolis .... Sept . 12-17 Kansas Wichita ..,..... Sept . 19-24 Michigan Grand Rapids .. Sept . 26-8 J Minnesota Hamline Sept . 6-11 ) Missouri .. ...... St . Louis .... Oct . 3-8 Ohio Columbus .. Aug . 29-Sept . S Oklahoma Guthrie Oct . 3-8 South Dakota ... Yankton Sept . 26-83 Wisconsin Milwaukee Sept . 19-20 Toronto Expo ... Toronto .... Aug . 29-Sept . 10 Winnipeg Expo .. Winnipeg July 11-16 ILLINOIS COUNTY FAIRS . COUNTY . TOWN DATE Adams ... -. Cnmp Point ... Sept . 12-16 Boone ... Belvidere Sept . 6-9 Brown Mt . Sterling Aug . 1-S Bureau Princeton ... Sept . 6-9 Carroll . Mt . Carroll Aug . 30-Sept . 2 Champaign . . ... Champaign Aug . 30-Sept . 2 Champaign . Homer .......... Aug . 23-26 Christian Pana Aug . 29 Clark .... .. Martinsville .... „ .. Sept . 27-0 ct . 1 Coles Charleston Sept . 13-17 Coles Mattoon Oct . 5-8 DeKalb . Sandwich Sept . 13-16 DeWitt ... Clinton Aug...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 July 1898
Milk River Valley of Montana . A long stretch of fertile valley land producing all the staple grain and root crops . Elghtco-operattve farmer ditches already In operation between Havre Chinook and Harlem . Room for more colonies of farmers who can easily build their own ditches on free homesteads at a cost of from three to Tour dollars In labor and cash per acre . Irrigation Is the use of water for crops when and where It is needed . * It means crops every year . In connection with stock growing , it is a sure avenue to wealth . Good openings for poultry and dairying . Chances for any Industrious man to own horses , cattle , sheep , hog * and hens and get rich . Hundreds of homes to be had in sight of dally trains on the Great Northern Railway . Good markets and shipping facilities . Water rights still to bo had In the river and plenty of chances In the tributary streams . Extensive live stock ranges border the valley . Grass sun-cures on the ground Into standing hay . Precious meta...
Weather and Crops [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 July 1898
Weather and Crops Illinois—Week generally highly favorable , although great local damage from excessively heavy rainfall in Henry , north Knox and Stark counties , 23 , and in northeast counties , 25 . Winter wheat and rye harvest progressing in south half . Wheat in central ! district shows greater damage from chinch bugs , rust and smut . Oats harvest-will begin in southern districts this week . Clover cutting general with good yield .. Corn fields being cleaned rapidly and early laid by . Wisconsin—Rainfall ample and fairly • well distributed except in southern counties , where severe local storms with excessive rainfall damaged crops in a few localities . Corn generally clean and growing rapidly . Harvesting of winter • wheat and rye will begin next week . Spring grains heading well . Cranberries in full bloom and promise well . C 1 Jver cutting delayed by showers . Michigan—Warmer weather and showers very beneficial to all crops . Corn is now well cultivated and has made good p...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 July 1898
• Ourv ^ ¦ . ¦ 9 I General Catalogue J © M « Buyers Guide . • W SPRING fiffi SUMMER 9 ^[ IS BBADY TOR D 1 STRIBUTI OR ^&amp; e ^ r It has oyer 800 pages . Over 14 , 000 Illustrations . ^^ P ( B 40 , 000 descriptions ot goods . Weighs nearly three WB Hffl pounds and quotes Wholesale prices to consumers o » ffiuj ( W $ k averythlng they wear or use . ^ ra # The book is free . It oosts 21 cents postage to send ( V &lt; j «| We want you to ha « one . Send 15 CENTS to partly pay vg ? f &amp; S postage or expressage , and well send you a eopy . j £ 3 k lis 111-112-113-114-115-110-117- ^ B TUB GREAT 118-119-120 VlSl ] K MAIL ORDBB MICHIOAJIAVBHDS ^ B BODSB . CHICAGO . ^ SENT ON TRIAL . WILSONS AUTOMATIC STOCK FOUITAIR . JPfflfc PrteeitW to be paid for when found Battoftwrtory . As nt COSTS HOTIOTO tWnTli TO TETSBBBIOBOHB and test its merits . Mote : Has taken more 1 st pretflfWjHi i . - ... rniums at state and county lairs than all others combined . For hogs , sheep...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 July 1898
July 2 , 1898 I IN THB CYCLONE ? CORN HUSKER there 1 « SIMPLICITY , and where there ta simplicity there It STRENGTH .- CAPACITY , and vrtll rua . wtth little power . Made tot ladlvMaaluo . About Its origination , etc ., mallei to anyone upon request . ROSENTHAL CORN HUSKING MACHINE CO . MILWAUKEE , WIS . ?????????????????????«????; j j : DOuBLETHE PRICE I ; ^ -JL-r-, of Corn ii :: Jspssstsy * WOOD S !! «» ¦* mb &amp; * z £ &amp;&gt;* steam Cooker . \ \ &lt; i No waste of feed . Requires no atten- &lt; i &lt; &gt; tton . One fire cooks 10 to 50 bushels . &lt; * &gt; Water in tanks at a distance can be [ heated . No smell as strength of feed J : ! is saved . Tank of Galvanized steel , , [ ,, fire-box boiler steel . Stock does bet- &lt; &gt; i » ter on cooked feed . Sold on Six &lt; I &lt; &gt; months trial . Send for Circular . &lt; &gt; : ; CHARLES WOOD , Ja...
The Week [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 9 July 1898
The Week There have been many glorious Fourths since that happy moment in the worlds history when the old Liberty bell pealed out the birth of a nation whose watchword was aiid ever is to be Freedom . But not in . thirty-five years has there , been such an anniversary of that birthday as was celebrated by the patriotic people of the nation last Monday . July 4 , 1863 , was a day fateful in the country s annals , prophetic of Appomattox and of the splendid Union which the war with Spain has confirmed—the re-union of the North and the South . All over this glad Northland , thirty-five years ago last Monday , the- bells were ringing out the victory at Gettysburg , and even while they rang word came up from the South that Vicksburg had fallen , that the hero of Donelson and Shiloh had added still other laurels to the wreath of his matchless victories , and the people knew that at last a man was at the head of their armies who would not halt in his all-conquering march till peace was won...
Eternal Vigilance the Price of Liberty [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 9 July 1898
Eternal Vigilance the Price of Liberty Every American who would be true to himself , and true to his country , should hold constantly in mind the simple fact that in this nation government of every kind and degree is only the means adopted by the people to promote their own welfare . We all know this to be true , yet the multiplicity and complexity of the interests that from time to time demand attention , and the flood of words with which every subject is practically overwhelmed , tend to drown out primary ideas . Thus it comes to pass that in many instances government is discussed as though it were something outside of the people , something possessed of powers inherent , not derived from or depending upon the will of the people . Certain it is that government , embodying as it does the whole power of the people and capable of affecting deeply the welfare of every individual citizen , too often takes on the aspect of an engine which certain elements are striving to control and ope...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 9 July 1898
flffggggL &gt; ga « iBMMMlBMMMMailMBIIIMWWMIMM Published Weekly by THE FARMERS VOICE , 334 Dearborn Street , Chicago , IU ;\ W . H . BURKE , J . C . BIIAINGSMEA , EDITOR . BUSINESS MANAGER , MILDER PURVIS , ASSOCIATB 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 Irfne . Make all Drafts or Orders payable and address all communi cations to THE , FARMERS VOICE , 334 Dearborn Street , Chicago THE FARMERS . VOICE Co ., 334 Dearborn St ., Chicago . 111 . 150 Nassau St ., Mew York . CHICAGO , JTJLY 9 , 1898 .
The Bright Side [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 9 July 1898
The Bright Side Our friend E . S . Fursman has discovered a new method of improving the clover crop and keeping down ragweed—something of rare value to the agriculturists of our country—which he describes in this issue of The Farmers Voice . But he has made another discovery concerning which he speaks also , and one of even greater importance , for seasons may come and seasons may go , with their successes or failures , their big crops or their little ones , but the life of man is ever the central and most important of earthly things . And Mr . Fursman has learned how to enjoy life ; he simply turns his back upon gloomy things and insists upon counting his blessings and viewing the brighter side . Here is a lesson for all of us , and there is perhaps no place in the world where the application may be more easily made or with greater benefit than upon the American farm . It is man s natural home , yields readily to the gentler influences and associations , is the breeding ground of h...
The Question of the Time [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 9 July 1898
The Question of the Time Two years ago this very day William Jennings Bryan was nominated for the presidency by the National Democratic convention , and the Chicago platform became the center about which was fought a battle royal between the forces of silver and of gold . Two years have passed , and not one substantial result , so far as actual legislation for an improved currency is concerned , has been achieved . Yet to have accepted the statements of the orators of that day the welfare of the nation rested upon the instant free coinage of silver or the immediate adoption of the gold standard—according to the view of the respective advocate . Explain the delay as we may , and the explanations are as numerous as politicians , the fact remains , as we then and since have pointed out : the currency is not a primary or fundamental issue , it is secondary , and in whatever way it is settled its effect will not be of lasting importance so long as the enormous wrongs which afflict the pe...
A New Plan for Borrowers [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 9 July 1898
A New Plan for Borrowers A company has been formed in Chicago for the purpose of lending money to farmers on a plan that never before has been used in this country , although it has been employed in Europe for more than 100 years , and is so popular there that 90 per cent of the mortgage loans are made on this plan . This is what is known as the amortizement system , and the first loans were made last week . Soon the plan will be in full operation and money will be available under its provisions . By this system the borrower takes money for twenty years and pays it back in installments , paying a little of the principal each year . Each year the interest grows less as the principal decreases . At any time the borrower may , if he elects so to do , pay all or any part of the debt , which will be credited until the amount paid cancels the debt . The rate of interest is 6 per cent and on a debt of $ 1 , 000 the borrower pays each year $ 87 . 18 . The first year $ 60 of this goes for in...
> i ) I > Building Up the Soil < > . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 9 July 1898
&gt; i ) I &gt; Building Up the Soil &lt; &gt; . V TTTTTTTTTTTT T TTVtTTTTTTTT »» TTTTT . TTT SOIL BUILDING or increasing the humus by turning under green crops . This process may well be termed soil silos in which the materials for plant food are turned under by the plow and covered and preserved by a layer of earth . Quoting from recollection , we think it was Waldo Brown who reports an income of $ 2 , 000 per annum for ten consecutive years from thirty-six acres of land . Twenty-four acres of this is devoted to corn and potatoes for city market . The other twelve are in rotation devoted to clover as a preparation crop , which is plowed under at a period of greatest luxuriance . Can you afford to plow under this fine crop ? asked an inquiring friend , admiring the growth . I think so , replied Mr . Brown . Before I commenced this system I paid out $ 15 per acre for hauling and distributing stable manure procured from the city near by , costing me no...
Agriculture [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 9 July 1898
Agriculture Scudder * s Wasteful Haste The postmaster at Bunkum was not half a bad sort of a man . He was alert and quick to see a business chance and was at work in his store , in which the postofflce was kept , from early morning until weariness drove the last loafer home in the evening . He might have made a successful business man on a large scale if opportunity had opened the way for him , but because he had not seen a way to engage in large transactions he did not despise ¦ the day of small things . Beginning as a huckster Who traded various commodities to country housewives in exchange for butter , eggs . old rags and iron , he . had built up a trade that proved profitable and in the end enabled him to start a modest store at Bunkum , the stock of which enlarged and included more and more different lines until it became the regulation general , store , containing as many different sorts of goods as most of the department stores in the big cities . If a girl wanted a yard of r...