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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 July 1898
WHEN OTHERS FAIL CONSULT DOCTOR SWEANY , For the speedy and permanent cure of all * NERVOUS , CHRONIC AND PRIVATE Diseases , even In their most aggravated forms . There is no one man in the 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 . TTOUSIG 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 his treatment and have lost strength , manly vigor and confidence restored . lAIDITa ? if yon cannot call , a letter II III I b carefully describing • your symptoms and he will send to you In plain envelope bis scientific and honest opinion of your case free of cbarge...
THE FAIRS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 July 1898
THE FAIRS . STATE FAIRS FOR 1898 . Illinois .... ; Springfield , Sept . 2 B-Oct . t Indiana . Indianapolis .... Sept . 13-17 Kansas Wichita Sept . 19-24 Michigan Grand Rapids . . Sept . 26-80 Minnesota Hamline Sept . 5-10 Missouri St . Louis Oct . 8-8 Ohio Columbus .. Aug . 29-Bept . 8 Oklahoma Guthrie Oct . 8-8 South Dakota ... Yankton Sept . 28-83 . Wisconsin Milwaukee Sept . 19-20 Toronto Expo ... Toronto .... Aug . 29-Sept . 10 Winnipeg Expo .. Winnipeg July 11-16 HAINOIS COUNTY FAIRS . COTOTT TOWK DATB . Adams Camp Point .... Sept . 12-10 Boone Belvidere Bept . 6-9 Brown .... Mt . Sterling Aug . 1-5 Bureau Princeton ........ Sept . 6-9 Carroll Mt . Carroll Aug . 80-Sept . 2 Champaign Champaign Aug . 80-Sept . 2 Champaign Homer Aug . 23-26 Christian Pana Aug . 29 Clark Martinsville .... .... Sept . 27-Oot . 1 Coles Charleston Sept . 13-17 Coles Mattoon Oct . 5-8 De Kalb . Sandwich Sept . 18-16 DeWitt Clintou Aug . 8-13 Douglas Oamargo Sept . 6-9 DuPage Wheaton Aug . 24-26 Edgar ...
A Cheap Farm and a Good One . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 July 1898
A Cheap Farm and a Good One . Do you want a good farm , where you can work outdoors In your shirt sleeves for ten months in the year , and where your stock can forage for itself all the year round ? If so , write to P . Sid Jones , Passenger Agent , Birmingham , Ala ., or Dr . R . B . Crawford , Traveling Passenger Agent , 8 Rookery Building , Chicago , 111 . Do you want to go down and look at some of the Garden Spots of this country ? The Louisville &amp; Nashville Railroad provides the way and the opportunity on the first and third Tuesday of each month , with excursions at only two dollars over one fare for round trip tickets . Write Mr . C . P . Atmore , General Passenger Agent , Louisville ,. Ky ., for particulars . • D » yeu want to read about them before going ? Then send 10 cents In silver or § ostage stamps for a copy of Garden pots to Mr . Atmore . When writing mention The Farmers Vole *
, ^ v Weather and Crops [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 July 1898
, ^ v Weather and Crops -Wae following summary of reports is taken from the climate and crop bulletin of the weather bureau of the department of agriculture for the week ending Monday last : ¦ . ¦ ¦ ¦ Along the intermediate coast from southern New England to North Carolina , in West Virginia , Kentucky , Tennessee ; the central and west gulf states and generally throughout the Rocky mountain and north Pacific coast • regions , trie weather conditions have been generally favorable for crops . While rains would prove beneficial to corn in the principal corn states of . the . central valleys the crop is doing generally well except in southern Missouri and Michigan , where it is greatly , in need of rain . Although how heeding rain , the condition of the crop in Kansas is greatly improved and rapid growth has been made in Nebraska and South Dakota . It is as yet uninjured by drouth in Iowa . Corn frosts the was materially injured by on 3 , 1 th and 12 th in the northern portion of the l...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 July 1898
in southern section and well advanced in northern . Spring wheat harvest begun . Ripening of oats and wheat hastened and yield lightened by rust on blades . Corn doing well and uninjured by drouth . Indiana—Dry , warm weather injured growing crops , but rains Friday and Sunday did much good in localities . Rye and wheat threshing continued . Yields very good . Large crops of hay secured in best condition . Good crops of oats are being cut . Corn tasseling . . The blueberry crop will be the largest in many years . NEW SLEEPING CAR LINE between Chicago and Buffalo on train No . 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 .
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 July 1898
| Best Binder I | c | 4 Twine . 11 $ JSL Wehavejustpurchaseda lotof 600-foot aL m , * Manila Twine stored in St . Paul , Minn ., % S JK from the Eastern manufacturer . Wo f L SB guarantee the quality of this twine . | 9 y Order by Mail or Telegraph y C ^ No money necessary unless you prefer % W j K to send it . We will ship from St . Paul 24 JL CB hours after your order reaches us . 69 m \ Instruct us which bank to send our Jfk m 3 draft and bill of lading to . Upon arrival ^ M ML of twine examine It and pay draft If sat- a \ | S isfied . mm € S J \ SEND ORDERS TO Sm 6 ^^ sJ ^ G ^ f 6 jF til to 120 Michigan Ave ., Chicago . j f ¦¦ I X ¦ SENT ON TRIAL . WILSOHS AUTOMATIC STOCK FOUNTAIN . IM Price , t &amp; K , to be paid for when found satisfactory . As rt COSTS HC-THISO W III IB 10 TET SIKD TOR OHK and test Its merits . Note : Has taken more 1 st pre- | p -PPOn __ mfums at state and county fairs than all others combined . « For hogs , sheen , •&gt; £ J »* wB iififfl ...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 July 1898
aowiuF H I !* HJS ! Sk . Self-olllng , . ^ B ( , , JK | VII 77 V % . Best Governed , ^ m - ^ M ¦ &lt;© Q |\ I /// v » Acknowledged m SlP ^^ L ^ S ^ TT ^^^* 0 ll 6 tne mos t 5 ^ Ifirj &amp;^ PrT ^ fea ^ V 0 1 ! 6 ^ 1 ! ^ IiU ^ iw- ^ lft ^ ULjSSfcNSirtihlngthefarmeri I it _^ a * twMlExnS &amp; Ci aeei 19 to this line , i rV s * a ^ A ^§( l | i \\ i ^ Towers , . W m -Tttitfti * Tanks and B ¦ wBalvan- , | H _ - Pumps , ., IHed- &amp; aE &amp; Butters , Qrlndopm , . 4 Steel , :. . y * T . Shelters , etc . 0 IPuMPiNc ° MILLS ! : 0 tjatalogue , roll of valuable points , free . ( I , Appleton Mfg . Go * . &gt; ???????????????????««???•&lt; DOUBLETHE PRICE i ^ -JW-i ^ Com i / at j ^ -r-TvJ /\ ¦ • -lw nlng ^ ¦ Jsgei WOOD S \ tAm ****^^^ Steam Cooker . \ No waste of feed . Requires no atten- 4 tlon . One fire cooks 10 . to 60 bushels . 4 Water in tanks at a distance can be * heated . No smell as strength of feed Is saved ; Tank of Galvani...
The Week [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 July 1898
The Week Spain sues for peace . The fearful losses she has sustained and her utterly hopeless position have at last brought the dons to their senses , and on Tuesday the French ambassador at Washington , M . Jules Cambon , called upon President McKinley and formally presented the wish of Spain for the termination of the war . After his visit the following official bulletin was issued from the white house : , The French ambassador , on behalf of the government of Spain , and . by direction of the Spanish minister of foreign affairs , presented to the president this afternoon at the white house a message from the Spanish government looking to the termination of the war and the settlement of the terms of peace . Many things stand in the way , however , of an immediate settlement , of the terms of peace . First among them is the unwillingness of Spain to make the concessions which will be insisted upon by this government . The government of the young king is in . a peculiar situation . ...
The American Idea [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 July 1898
The American Idea One of Chicago s clergymen in his discourse on Sunday last said : We have always believed in the extension of the American idea until the time of its occupancy of the mind of the world . We have never dreamed of extending our territory . That states the case in a nutshell . It also gives to the cause of world-wide liberty a battle-cry , a slogan : The American Idea —the faith that in man s utmost freedom of thought , speech and action lie the world s salvation—that is the thing which is to conquer the world and subdue superstition , ignorance , bondage and a false aristocracy . Let us in Cuba , the Philippines and Porto Rico prove our faith in democracy by aiding to establish in each governments based upon the central thought of our own , careful to avoid in their experience the pitfalls into which we have fallen though partisanship , spoils and corrupt practices . Here is a platform upon which honest men of all political and religious views may stand together , fo...
Behind the Scenes [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 July 1898
Behind the Scenes According to Matthew Marshall , the financial authority of the New York Sun , the recent popular brad issue was a fraud so far as it being really popular is concerned . It will probably turn out , lie says , that the whole $ 200 , 000 , 000 has been taken for the benefit of the same purchasers who would have taken it if it had been offered for public competition in the usual way . Undoubtedly , many of the subscribers for the $ 500 bonds , to whom the secretary of the treasury has given a preference in the allotment , are dummies for the banks or will sell their bonds to the banks as soon as they get them . This from a man notoriously the friend of the national bankers is a frank statement of the methods employed by the men who demand the right to control all our currency to circumvent the people through the pleasing fiction of a popular loan ! The national banks having thus secured the $ 200 ,- 000 , 000 bonds they will proceed to increase their circulation by at ...
The Farmer and the Single Tax [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 July 1898
The Farmer and the Single Tax One of- these real-estate transactions which show how disproportionate are market prices to taxes in the great cities is referred to as follows by J . T . Ripley , one of Chicago s prominent and thoughtful railroad men . What he says calls for the consideration of the farmer , the man who under a system as discriminating and unjust as mans mind can conceive is compelled to bear the burdens of state which belong to others who are infinitely better able to do so : A recent land deal in Chicago is instructive as showing that under the single tax the burden of maintaining state institutions would fall not on the farmer but ( with justice ) on city lands . The dry goods hous ? of Schlesinger &amp; Mayer have recently leased from L . Z . Leiter the southeast corner of State and Madison streets , containing 27 , 797 square feet , for $ 112 , 000 per year . This sum capitalized at 4 per cent makes the value of the land $ 2 , 812 , 500 . This sum is equa...
Germany and American Agriculture [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 July 1898
Germany and American Agriculture Some months ago we made note of the fact that Dr . Charles Warden Stiles of the agricultural department at Washington had been made scientific attache of the American embassy at Berlin . How important to the interests of American agriculturists is the work he has undertaken and how much needed his services in Emperor William s domain is suggested by a Berlin correspondent to the Chicago Record , from whose interesting account we make the following extract : Dr . Stiles , who was up to the date of his arrival here the zoologist of the bureau of animal industry in Washington , found his hands full in coming here . The Deutsche Tageszeitung , which is the main organ of the agrarian party , soon after Dr . Stiles arrival , published a long and detailed statement to the effect that a Hamburg firm had just rejected a shipload of American livers—1 , 500 tons of them—because these livers had arrived in a decayed condition . The paper added some reflections o...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 July 1898
Published Weekly by THE FARMERS VOICE , 334 Dearborn Street , Chicago , 111 , W . H . BURKE , J . C . BIUdNGSI / EA , EDITOR . BUSINESS MANAGER , MIMER PURVIS , ASSOCIATE EDITOR . Sintered at Chicago Post-Office as Second-Class Matter , Terras of Subscription : One Copy One Year One Dollar . Advertising- Rates : Twenty-five Cents per Agate Line . Make all Drafts or Orders payable and address all communications to THE IFARMERS VOICE , 334 Dearborn Street , Chicago . THE FARMERS VOICE Co ., 334 Dearborn St ., Chicago . 111 . ISO Nassau St ., New York . CHICAGO , JULY 31 , 1898 .
rxirr Y fc w $ Y viz Pointers From the ij / ill Stations j / T I [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 July 1898
rxirr Y \ fc w $ Y viz Pointers From the ij / ill Stations \ j / T I O NE of the notable improvements in the department of agriculture at Washington is the way in which a large number of interesting subjects are treated upon which the Experiment stations have been at work . A series of bulletins , of which the Vlth forms the basis for the following matter , covering with the conciseness of an editorial the results of experiments made in different stations , is being published . Scientific in their exactness , they make no pretense to do more than present in simple and direct language the lessons learned through experimentation . They are of great interest and value , and the farmers of the land will find in them a source of a large amount of practical information . The bulletin from which the following condensations are made treats of the following subjects , all within the limits of twenty pages : Fraud in Fertilizers , Sugar Beet Industry , Seeding Grass Land , Grafting Apple Tree...
Agriculture [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 July 1898
Agriculture . Artesian \ Vclls in-Nebraska The report of the State Board of Agriculture of Nebraska contains a resume it the artesian well districts of that , state , showing their economic value and the necessity of conserving the water supply in the great basin , which holds , the water that comes from these wells , which is full of interest and suggestion . The chief importance of artesian wells over other methods lies in the fact that the only expense is in digging the wells , as theve is no need for pumping machinery . In Nebraska ( he water is held in an immense stone basin made by the lifting of the stone formation by some tremendous force in the early ages of the world . At that time the stone was lifted up around a large section forming the basin . The wells vary in depth according to the distance from the edge of the uplifted strata . In Seward , Johnson and Holt counties the wells are from 40 to 100 feet deep , and from these depths they range to as deep as 1 , 850 feet ....
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 July 1898
FROM LOWELL , MASS . The Homo of Hood s SareaparilfaA Wonderful Cure . A swelling as big as a large marble came under my tongue ; Physicians said it was a semi-transparent tumor and must be operated upon . I felt I could not stand it , and as spring came began to take my favorite spring tonie , Hood s Sarsaparilla . The bunch gradually decreased and final * ly disappeared . I have had no sign of its return . I am glad to praise Hood s SarsaparMa . MBS . H . M . COBUBH , 8 Union St ., Lowell , Mass . Get HOODS . Hoods PUIS cure Sick Headache , too .
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 July 1898
Kill Competition . t The way to kill competition is to make a better article than the other fellow . Common butter has lots of competition . First class butter has little competition . The dairyman who uses a SAJMT HAUD SEPABATOB takes tut all the butter fat and makes butter that is beyond competition . BBAHOHES : P . M . SHAKPIiES , . Elgin , HI . West Chester , Pa « Omaha , Neb . Dubuque , Iowa ,