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The Coming Revolution [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 July 1898

The Coming Revolution This is the title of a little book whose author is Frederick L . King of Chicago , who presents therein a plan for the world s redemption from the economic ills which beset it . The revolution Mr . King predicts is an entirely peaceful one , to be brought about through co-operation of the working people , a plan which many wise men at various periods of the world s history have advocated as the corrective of social and economic wrongs . There is nothing new in the premises laid down by Mr . King , and his nicely elaborated scheme has nothing in it that promises success . The Farmers Voice is a believer in co-operation , but as it has pointed out in the past , there are some few things which may succeed under that plan where there are thousands which , under existing conditions never can succeed . And as a scheme for broad , thorough economic reform co-operation at the present moment has nothing in it to commend . The author himself recognizes this . On page 105...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 July 1898

Published Weekly by THE FARMERS VOICE , 334 Dearborn Street , Chicago , Illi ) W . H . BURKE , J . C . BIMdNGSLEA , EDITOR . BUSINESS MANAGER , MILDER PURVIS , ASSOCIATE EDITOR , Entered at Chicago Post-Office as Second-Class Matter , Terms of Subscription : One Copy One Year One Collar , Advertising Rates : Twenty-five Cents per Agate Idne , Make all Crafts or Orders payable and address all communications to THE IPARMERS VOICE , 334 Dearborn Street , Chicago . THE FARMERS . VOICE Co ., 334 Dearborn St ., Chicago . 111 . 150 Nassau St ., New York . CHICAGO , JULY S 3 , 1808 .

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Our Greatest Gold Mine [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 July 1898

Our Greatest Gold Mine Gold discovered in Michigan is the headline to a special dispatch in a Chicago daily . We have been hearing rbout discoveries of gold in Alaska , British Columbia and at other ponts on the surface of the earth and some of these discoveries have incited argonauts to brave untold perils in the hope of gaining sudden riches . Now comes authoritative information that in the richest section of the Klondike not one mine in five pays the expense of working it , and that every dollar dug out of the soil of that inhospitable country costs a dollar of cash spent and much of hardship to get . The war with Spain has opened our eyes to the fact that we have a great gold mine whose output we have not heretofore appreciated . It is situated not alone in Michigan , but in every one of the states and territories of this nation . Every farmer mines a portion of it and the golden grain he reaps is a part of the product of our greatest gold mine . We boasted in a vague way that w...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Selling the Sunlight [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 July 1898

Selling the Sunlight Referring to the tendency of man to lay hold , in the name of law , of the rich gifts of the Creator to all His children , and by the might of force or money compel tribute from the weak or impecunious , it often has been said , half in jest , that if man could invent a plan to bottle up the rays of sunshine and sell them at so much per ray , it would be done forthwith and without compunction . But it has remained for Great Britain to . furnish an actual case of this kind , which has come to notice through the publication of a letter written by the agent of the Earl of Durham to a gentleman who receives the light into one portion of his residence through windows opening out upon me lord s lands : Dear Sir : —In reference to my letter of 25 th May , 1897 , may I ask you to let me know if the house facing the Pasture Field at Old Penshaw belongs to you , and if so you might please say if it is your intention to acknowledge Lord Durham s right to a small annual pay...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Myths That Are Real [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 July 1898

Myths That Are Real Natural monopolies are a myth . There are none . You make a god of the state ; a god that will crush you . This is from our good friend Jas . T . R . Greene of Des Moines , well known to many of our readers for his faith in and devotion to the cause of co-operation . In one sense , Mr . Green is right : there are no monopolies created by nature , as trees or flowers , or man is created . . But in the sense which the term is used there are natural monopolies—things in their nature monopolies , as opposed to those things which in their nature cannot be monopolized . Every farmer knows that the very nature of his calling makes monopoly for him impossible—Joseph Leiter found it out recently to the tune of millions . But he also knows that when he comes to deal with a railway or a telephone company , or with a farm-machine protected by patents , he comes in contact with something that in its nature is a monopoly . We believe , therefore , that none of our readers is m...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Cheese-Making with Bacteria [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 July 1898

Cheese-Making with Bacteria We are just beginning to get an insight into the possibilities which the various forms of agricultural industry offer to the scientist . In the late issue of the Literary Digest is a quotation from the account given by his assistant of the success of Dr . Olav John Olson of Norway in cheese-making with bacteria . The writer says : Dr . Olson , it seems , has investigated various cheeses , and has caught and cultivated their microbes ; then he has reversed the process , and used his cultures to produce the various cheeses from which he started . The kinds of microbes are not many , but by their combinations in different proportions different results are obtained . The milk is sterilized and heated to 70-75 degrees C , and the storeroom is kept guarded against foreign microbes . Those that are desired are added in the requisite proportions , and their , vigorous growth is of itself enough to overcome the influence of the accidental strays . The production o...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
mmmmmmmmm I Which Way ? ininiiiiiiiiiiil [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 July 1898

mmmmmmmmm I Which Way ? ininiiiiiiiiiiil SOME day , some hour , some moment , perhaps , in the life of one there comes an experience that changes every . aspect of life , and makes his past seem like a dream , so unlike is it to the future which now presents itself . His point of view is transformed , his ideals remodeled , his craft is launched upon new . seas , calm or tempestuous as destiny may will , but from which there can be no return to the land he has left , no turning back to the ways he once loved so well . So in the life of a nation come changes , seemingly as if by accident , certainly without human premeditation ; yet who may say they have not come in the fullness of time ? And the nation to whom these changes come must take up its new work , adopting it into its life , adjusting itself to the new relation ; give to it the same loyal devotion which might have belonged to another course . When President McKinley and the American congress formally declared that a state o...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Agriculture [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 July 1898

Agriculture Building Up the Soil Going over the farm last week , finding some parts hard , unyielding to kind treatment , generous feeding ( in manuring ) , we fell to philosophizing -a bit . How like meii acres are—some responding at once to fair treatment—others hard to soften to better influences . These stubborn spots , in the field , lika the men , take , take ; never give . They seem incapable of regenerating—changing for better . But visiting many such we found persistent effort and generous feeding of soil food finally got its work in , and now many of the most obstinate points give the promise of bountiful yield . * * * The lesson we draw is , we abuse our soil , little by little for years . We scarce notice the gradually diminished yield , blaming the seed , season or Providence ; never ourselves . We are finally brought face to face with the result of such a bad system of farming that we cry out , What shall we do to be saved . The bulk of the invalids in the land did not...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 July 1898

Found Relief In Blood Purifying Effects of Hood s . I was troubled with itching humor which was very annoying . I found no relief until I began taking Hood s Sarsaparilla . After using three bottles I was as well as I ever was and I highly recommend Hood s Sarsaparilla as a blood purifier . MARY F . HORN , Mattoon , 111 . HOOCl Sbarilla Is the best-in fact tlio One True Blood Purifier , Hood s Pills cure all Liver Ills . 25 cents . True Economy— T f Dairy economy consists in getting the most out of your product . In getting the most cream in the purest and i : most churnable form from a given amount of milk . In making the most , salable , . sweet as a nut kind of butter . Such economy results from the use of SHARPLES CREAM either Safety Hand or Little Giant . BBANOHBS : JP . M . SHARPLES , Elgin , 111 . West Chester , P » . OmahBj Neb ., : [ Dubuqiue , Iowa ,

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Garden and Orchard [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 July 1898

Garden and Orchard Sorting for Market A good many farmers do not understand the necessity of sorting their products for market . It may seem useless work to sort a load of potatoes or apples before offering them for sale , but the fact remains that nine out of ten buyers make their price by the appearance instead of the quality of a lot of produce . In the old days when potatoes were measured instead of being weighed a farmer went to town with a load of fifty bushels of potatoes and could not sell them because they were too small . He started home with them and before going far concluded there were some potatoes in the load that were large enough and he stopped and sorted out ten bushels of the smaller ones and drove back . He had no difficulty in selling his potatoes at the going price and when he measured them he found he still had for-ty-five bushels of . good potatoes . The ten bushels of smaller ones he sold for two-thirds the price he got for the good ones and went home with m...

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 July 1898

J AREYOU ^ TO ATTEND \ j YOUR COUNTY FAIR ? Is If you are , why not make it ? ) ( } pay you well by representing ) ) S THE FARMERS VOICE ? ? ) { Write at once and secure the agency and we \ \ I / will send you full particular of { J ) > OUR SPECIAL OFFER TO AGENTS . - —a . \ \ THE FARMERS VOICE , ( S 334 Dearborn Street , Chicago . ( )

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 July 1898

S THE NEED of Potash to J S ¦»¦ make a successful fer- y / \ S tilizer is well known , y ^ ) J Phosphoric acid y / ^ / \ and nitrogen s ^/*^^\>\ \ > without y / V ^^ V St \ / % VP / l i y ^<\ Vx *) \/ f \ * s S Potasl 1 \ \ \ y ^ ^ y . ^ withoutthem , ? c X jS is not economy * / j y ^ Wc &\ . fertilizers do not / ( / contain sufficient Potash . > \ The amount required varies . ? I See our book . f I FR FF 0 r l 00 ! contain the results of f I nUA , actual experiments on various / \ crops and soils in different sections of the 3 / United States . They have helped thousands x C of farmers to make comparatively barren fields \ r y ield profitable crops . Free to all farmers . C f Write for t hem . ? ( 4 GERMAN KALI WORKS , 93 Nassau St ., S , T . \ YOUR FRUIT CROP will make the most money 1 £ m »¦ Converted Into .. «* sSTfl Pure , Sweet Older . Tf ML This can be done cheaper and jPnfcrlT—Bi l IKCider PressjfHjE than in any other w...

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live Stock and Dairy [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 July 1898

live Stock and Dairy Fattening Steers in Winter This paper is a condensation of the facts contained in Bulletin No . 58 , Section 1 , recently issued by the Animal Industry department of the Minnesota University State farm . It relates to the fattening of steers reared upon the farm , and under circumstances most untoward so far as concerns the prices of meat , as steers were selling high at the commencement of the regular feeding season , but before it was over prices were unprecedentedly low . That any profit was possible under such circumstances was surprising . It could not possibly have been secured had it not been that the prices of feed were away down also . The feeding period commenced January 6 , 1896 , and ended June 4 , thus covering a period of 150 days . The delay in entering upon the work was caused by the difficulty experienced in getting steers . It was the aim to feed three lots , consisting of Galloway , Shorthorn and Hereford grades . Though the first lot was secu...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 July 1898

July 23 , 1898 Buggies , Carts , Surreys , Phmtons , Spring and H . Farm Wagons , Harness , etc . The kind that H suit . Shipped from factory to user at 15 to 40 H per cent saving . Goods shipped subject to H examination . Every rig warranted . 80 Styles . H Itoad Wagons , S 23 . 50 S Top Buggies , 989 . 90 ) ¦ ¦ Bonanza $ 60 Buggies , 980 . 90 ; SprlngWagons , ¦ ¦ S 3 S ; Canopy Top Surreys , 860 . H WSendforThebest Vehicle Catalogwofthe H vear . Postage I cents . ( Catalogue FREE . ) H rA j J j CHIM ^^ jONJIt j louIJj Mo ^ B fyjROC-JBRSBY HOaS-Kegisteie * jrtock . UseMd atamp fort ^ page catalogue . Illustrated , ¦ rices and history . Useful Information to youM Garters . J . M . & TONEBSAKKR , Panola , ft lhi > VOOL and PELTS t * , JAS . MCMILLAN & co ., inc ., Minneapolis , Minn . Boat Ml from south of Wisconsin , Iowa an * Kansas . SEND TOR SOUTH DAKOTA FARflS Completely desoriptlw cm * best agricultural and dairy section on earth . It costs yo...

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Poultry and Bees [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 July 1898

Poultry and Bees Douglas Mixture About half a dozen times each season we find in our exchanges directions for making the so-called Douglas mixture , which , it is explained each time , is a poultry tonic of unexcelled good qualities in the prevention of diseases among poultry , while at the same time it is a stimulant which will promote fleshforming and egg-laying to a degree that no other feed or medicine can approach . Douglas mixture has probably been the cause of trouble to more poultrymen than any other single nostrum ever advocated for the use of poultry . In the first place a healthy flock of poultry has not a particle of need for any tonic or stimulant of any kind . If a flock of poultry is healthy there is no danger of any member of it getting sick unless through the carelessness of its owner . This may seem to be a pretty broad assertion , but it is true . Cholera and other bowel troubles come from infection or improper feed , both causes well within the power of the owner...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 July 1898

. » , ,, What a man \ M II / attains to seems JWulJU for a little time ^^ yu 7 j io De he high . ^ fylfl est runi » * n ie + r l / Wladder , and dury tfff Ay ing that brief pej & Lj / riod he may be f / f / n content , but when HI ff / he discovers that 1 / I // there are other / / / rungs , still higher ¦ feeJi / up , ambition gives 17 birth to discontent , // and he begins once l / more to climb . To // climb is really man s Mkchiei end . It isnt in j 4 attainment , but in 87 work , that man finds his / real happiness , . conse . / quently it is not strange that we find men working until they break down when there is no real necessity for it . If men only knew it , they could work to almost any extent on through middle life and into old age , if they would only take a little common sense care of their health . The trouble is that they do not take the littie stitches here and there that are necessary to preserve health . They pay no attention to the signs of on-coming i...

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