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Our Boys and Girls Si Hank ' s Idee [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 July 1898

Our Boys and Girls Si Hank s Idee I got no time fer hatin folks , says old Si . Hanks , to me ; Of course I meet ith some at riles my very soul , says he . Yit , after all , they aint a man but what , through thick and thin , And everything considered , does the very best he kin . - i I aint no hand fer books , says Si ., but somewheres I hcv read At what we are depends upon the shapin of the head . And since no man kin shape his head I ve wondered if we ought £ o hold a man responsible fer shapin of Ms thought . I dont suppose a feller ever stole a horse but what He thought t was best to do it , and so , if t was best , why not ? Of course his thinkin wasnt right , but who has yit found out Jest who er what it is at sends the things we think about ? It s natch rul fer to hate a man who does a deed at s bad , But no one yit hez ever blamed a dog fer goin mad . I think ef folks was healthy in their minds they wouldnt sin , So let s not hang em all , but try to cure em when we kin . —...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 July 1898

DYSPEPSIA For six years I was a victim of dyspepsia in its worst form .. I could eat nothing but milk toast , and at times my stomach would not retain and digest even that . Last March I began taking CASCARETS and since then I have steadily improved , until I am as well as I ever was in my life . DAVID H . MUBPHV , Newark . 0 . J 0 % m CANDY M \ 7 M CATHARTIC ^ UVdOUOO ^ A ^^ TRADE MARK REOISTIRtD ^^^ a ^ ^^ BSSU 9 ^ SSak ^_ - _ , ^ aaaer ^ SBBS ^^ Pleasant , Palatable , Potent , Taste Good . Do Good , Never Sicken . Weaken , or Gripe , 10 c , 20 c , 50 c . ... CURE CONSTIPATION . ... Starling Remadj Compaay , Chicago , Montreal , New York . 311 IIA Til DAI * Sold and guaranteed by alldrugflU * I UDAtl gists to CTFHE Tobacco Habit . INITIAL TRIP JUNE 22 d . Take me wnoieDnck s . s . cnrisiopner coiumbus The Largest , Fastest Excursion Steamer in the World . Xo and From Chicago . LEAVES CHICAGO , Week bays 9 : 80 a . m . Leaves Chicago , Sundays 10 : 00 a . m 1 Extra Trip , leaving S...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
The Markets [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 July 1898

The Markets Live Stock Market faille Quotations were as follows : ;; -r Fancy native steers , 1500 O 1700 lba .. J | . 40 © 5 . Bfl rhnlpo to extra steers , 1300 @ 1 B 00 lbs . 5 . 25 @ 5 . 40 G SS UO cSto ? te &» 1200 @ 150 p lbs . 4 . 90 @ 5 . w »? Tilain steers 13 bo @ 1600 lbs .... 4 . 7504 . 85 la I h anVsS loOolllBO lbs .... 4 . 45 @ 4 . Common butcher steers ............. « ° ff ™ Good to choice cows and heifers .... 3 . 65 | 4 . 2 Fair to good cows and heifers 3- « M Poor to good canning cows H 22 ? fSS Backers and feeders , 600 @ 1100 lbs .. 3 . 85 @ 4 . 7 NaTivl veal calv es , 100 to 400 lbs .... LOOgMO Fee P dTng b a U nd XM ^ i ^ .: . . . . «• ««•«> : S Bes ? n cows Catt . 1 ^ .. 3 . 15 O 3 . 40 la ? J ^ good - cows MjSg . « j Cannihg cows - •••;;;;;;;;;;;; : ; ™ £$ S ^ T 8 3 . oo @ 4 . oo 2 * f £ ; .. 2 . 7503 . 40 gSves • . ••••• 4 . 0006 . 50 Blockers ™ to 700 lbs ) \ Skn Feeders ( 750 to 950 lbs ) 3 . 4 O 03 . 7 D ¦ pogs-Quotations were as foll...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
OUR WEEKLY REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 July 1898

OUR WEEKLY REVIEW flgfflj * J OSEPH AOANS . ^^^^^^ • OEOROE J . ADAMS . ^ __ A -W KITQHWJ ¦ Wj iJm ^ . A uii ADAMS S ONS & - finfaf ef iltel -- I «™ JOHN - ^ ¦ ESTABUSMED 186 I-. U < Wflty HP I I ^! VE ; S TOCK : COMMfSSioNf 1 ¦ UNIO |* I STOCK Y \& DS , CHICAGO , ] HV ~ _ wx ¦ Iflnn { Juib UNION . STOCK . VAJWS , SOUTH OMAHA , NEB , AND PSANSAS CrfY , MOt , ( HID Receipts Today 11 , 000 Cattle , 25 ,- 000 Hogs , 11 , 000 Sheep Choice Cattle Steady , Others Shade Lower , Common Cattle Very Dull Hog Market 10 c Lower Sheep Market Steady CATTLE Chicago , 111 ., Thursday , July 28 , 1898 . This week s cattle receipts will be about 46 , 000 , against 50 , 095 for the same time last week . Last week s total was 48 , 750 , against 46 , 989 in 1897 , and 53 , 444 in 1896 . The trade closed last Friday when the run was 2 , 705 at just about steady figures . Everybody was looking for a big run on Monday , but when it came to hand it was light , the official...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 July 1898

-S MOlYltw IlN changing your $ ft ^ , ^ _^ _ --, _ - — location rememr w J NEBRASKA ^ i ^ j • S ? and easily tilled . No rocks and stumps . All grains and < 2 j # > fruits that succeed in other states in same latitude .. * 1 ? flourish there . The climate is well-nigh perfect , the air ,-ff A being dry and free from malaria . An abundance of pure 4 $ # water is found . It is a great state for stock raising |* £ and feeding . There is no state in the Union where .. ¦ - & t > a hard-working farmer can do so well . Thousands w S | of poor men have become rich in Nebraska . Farms « JJ <•> can now be bought on easy terms . Prices are low . A jl Jj handsome illustrated pamphlet describing Nebraska will J <) be sent free on application to P . S . EUSTIS , General * g Passenger Agent , Chicago . < ff «^^*^**^****^»* v »^ v ^**^^ $ ^**» ^^ J ^^^ SSrS ^^^ T ^^^ wwto i t < e ^!* ££ S &am...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Chess [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 July 1898

Chess The editor of this department is in the Rocky mountains resting , fishing and hunting , which accounts for the want of local coloring and assoclational news . The speckled natives of Wyoming and Colorado decline his gambits with great success . We must beg the patience of our solvers and correspondents , as it is impossible to follow up the editor with mail . PROBLEM NO . 154 . One of Mr . Shinkman s clever stratcgems , contributed especially to The Farmers Voice . Black , 0 pieces . White , 5 pieces . 4 s 2 K ; S ; 8 ; 8 ; S ; 1 Q B 5 ; r p P 1 S 3 ; r k b 5 . White to play and mate in three . GAME NO . 151-KIESEHITZKY GAMBIT . Walbrodt beats Burns at iVenna . 1 P-K 4 P-K 4 15 Q-S 3 ( b ) PxP 2 P-KB 4 PxP 16 B-Q 6 Q-Ql 3 S-KU 3 P-KS 4 17 PxP ( c ) R-Kl 4 P-KR 4 P-S 5 18 P-Q 5 B-Q 2 5 S-K 5 B-S 2 19 S-B 3 S-K 3 6 P-Q 4 S-KB 3 20 0-0 R-QB 1 7 SxSP ( a ) SxP 21 R-B 2 P-B 3 ( d ) 8 BxP Q-K 3 22 QR-KB 1 K-Rl 9 Q-K 2 P-Q 3 23 P-RS ( e ) S-B 4 10 M-K 3 B-K 3 24 P-R 6 BxP 11 P-B 3 0-...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
A VALUABLE BOOK FREE [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 July 1898

A VALUABLE BOOK FREE There are but few of our readers who are not well acquainted with Dr . Sloan and his famous veterinary remedies . He is perhaps better known to horsemen of every class through his wonderful , penetrating remedy known as Sloan s Liniment . There is hardly a stable in the land that does not keep on hand a bottle of this most valuable cure for spavin , curb or split , cuts , kicks or bruises . Dr . Sloan has recently published a pamphlet on the treatment of horses when sick and on their care when well . The little book is replete with much useful information and is a work that no one who owns a horse should be without . | Dr . Sloan has kindly consented to present to any reader of this paper who is interested a copy of this book , absolutely free . We would recommend all our friends who own horses to write to him at once . A letter or card addressed to Dr . Earl S . Sloan , Boston , Mass ., U . S . A ., will reach him and insure prompt attention .

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
HOMESEEKERS' EXCURSIONS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 July 1898

HOMESEEKERS EXCURSIONS . On August 2 and 16 , September C and 20 , and October 4 and IS , 1898 , the Chicago , Milwaukee & St . Paul Railway will sell roundtrip 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 , Genl . Pass . Agent , Old Colony Bldg ., Chicago , 111 .

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
FARM WAGON FOR ONLY $ 19 . 95 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 July 1898

FARM WAGON FOR ONLY $ 19 . 95 In order to introduce their Low Metal Wheels with Wide Tires , the Empire Manufacturing Company , Quincy , 111 ., have placed upon the market a Farmer s Handy Wagon , sold at the low price of $ 19 . 95 . The wagon is only 25 inches high , fitted with 24 and 30 inch wheels and with 4 inch tire . This wagon is made of best material throughout , and really cost but a trifle more than a set of new wheels and fully guaranteed for one year . Catalogue giving a full description will be mailed upon application by the Empire Manufacturing Co ., Quincy , 111 ., who also will furnish metal wheels at low prices made any size and width of tire to fit any axle .

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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NEW TRAIN SERVICE TO BUFFALO [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 July 1898

NEW TRAIN SERVICE TO BUFFALO Nickel Plato Road , train No . 6 . from the Van Buren Street Passenger Station , Chicago ( on the Loop ) , 2 : 55 p . m . daily , with Buffalo sleeper , arriving in that city at 7 : 40 the following morning . Through New York sleeper on same train , via Lackawanna Road , Buffalo to New York , arriving early next evening . Three through trains dally , at convenient hours , to Ft . Wayne . Cleveland , Erie , Buffalo , New York and Boston . Rates lower than via other lines . City Ticket Office , 111 Adams street and Auditorium Annex . Telephone Main 3389 .

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Digging Potatoes [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 July 1898

Digging Potatoes A man can dig potatoes by hand . He can also cut his hay with a scythe , harvest his grain with a cradle , and thrash it with a flail . He does not do any of these things , however . Why ? Because hand labor is too expensive and too exhaustive . Further than this , he knows from experience that the labor can be performed in a better way by machinery . These things are no less true of digging or harvesting potatoes . There is little work on the farm that calls for more arduous , backaching labor than digging potatoes . Many men have been deterred from producing this valuable and money making crop solely from the difficulty of harvesting it . If you have been digging your potatoes by hand in the past quit it this fall and . buy a machine for the purpose . With a machine you can dig your own potatoes and those of the entire neighborhood , thus saving your neighbors much labor and making a snug sum for yourself . The Hoover Digger , made by Hoover , Prout & ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
OF INTEREST TO HOMESEEKERS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 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 line of the Chicago & North-Western Ry , in western Minnesota and South Dakota . This locality is forging to the front and yearly gaining immense wealth from its tine 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 .

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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ANOTHER IMPROVEMENT IN TRAIN SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 July 1898

ANOTHER IMPROVEMENT IN TRAIN SERVICE on Nickel Plate Road , train No 0 , leaving Van Buren Street Passenger Station Chicago ( on the Loop ) , at 2 : 55 p . m . daily , for Buffalo and local stations , with Buffalo sleeper . Also New York sleeper via Nickel Plate and Lackawanna Roads . Rates always the lowest . The excellent train service to Boston and New York City , with through day coaches and sleeping cars to New York City and through sleeping cars to Boston , and the excellent dining car service will continue as heretofore .

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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REDUCED RATES TO DIXON , [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 July 1898

REDUCED RATES TO DIXON , Via the North-Western Lin » , from stations within 200 miles radius , on account of the Rock River Assembly , to be held at Dixon , July 25-August 11 . For dates of sale , etc ., apply to Agents Chicago & North-Western Ry .

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 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 ter 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 , 3 Eookery Building , Chicago , 111 . Do you want to go down and look at soma of the Garden Spots of this country ? Th « Louisville & 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 . De you want to read about them before going ? Then send 10 cents in silver or postage stamps for a copy of Garaen Spots to Mr . Atmore .

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 July 1898

$ 12 per 100 for Names , ^ % && h £ ter can he sent . Send 10 c . ( silver ) OT -book and instructions . T . D . Campbell , Boyleston , lnd . . ^ PXAnyone Interested ^ Ba ? 41 lllr «\ la Aanicrn / ruRAL PURSUITS cant »/ Sif Awvt < S \» afford to be without the ) AGRICULTURAL EPITOMIST . VOSLT Sea / Sample copyPBEB to ANY ADDRESS \ $ & terA * aiK 5 f upon receipt of name and address ^« SgB ® plainly written on postal card naming ^* e &^ paperinwhichyouBawthiBad . Addresi AGRICULTURAL EPITOMIST , Indianapolis , Indians . It rests with Ton whether Ton continue the ^^ MI nerve-killing tobacco habit . N O-TO-11 AC ^ - * ¦ > ¦ removes the desire for tobacco , with- ^^ T Mm ft *—*—f out nervous distress , expels nlco- ^ fl J IfJI ^ Hr tine , purifies the blood , re- ^ nf 11 m iV 3 ^ wK . stores lost manhood . ^* faB T IIM ^ TaTOboxM pates von stroagJJjfMI m il ^ sold , 4110 , 000 innealth , nerve ^ a v ^ B w B ppu ^ case...

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Miscellaneous [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 July 1898

Miscellaneous Was an Author Himself Speaking of agricultural fairs , said the gentleman from Boston , I recently heard a story in which F . Marion Crawford , the famous author , was one of the characters . A few years ago , you will remember , he made a tour of this country . One day , it is related , as he was traveling through a rich agricultural region to fill an appointment at a . large town , a brisk-looking young man with his hat on the back of his head , came into the car in which the novelist was sitting , held out his hand and said , in a most affable and companionable way : I presume this is the celebrated Mr . Crawford ? My name is Crawford , replied the novelist . The conductor told me you were aboard , rejoined the other . Allow me to introduce myself . My name is Higgs . I am somewhat in the book line myself , and I know how it goes . You are an author ? said Mr . Crawford . I am glad to meet you . Yes , I have published a book regularly every year since 1890 . May I a...

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