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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898
NURSES How to become a trained nurse at noma for private practice . Is taught by The Evarts Home Training School for- Nurses LA PORTE CITY , IA . A 2-oent stamp brings particulars . American Flag Beautifully printed In two colon at one Impression —| usl the thing for your stationery . Only 10 cents for sample with pad Inked ready for use ...- Agents Wantedi address The Union Dispatch , Tipton , Ind . There are golden opportunities for hi f \ fruitgrowers , dairymen , poultry IIU men , stockbreeders and farmers in alllines in Washington , ! ¦ AL ^ Oregon , Idaho , Montana , T ( vt TllK Send one dollar for year a ¦ wi » nw subscription to Ranch IM .. „ . lAl ..,. 4 l Ild Kansre , and get llftW Wlf £ Sf most reliable informaJIVWW ¦¦»»* . | ion al ) 0 Ut thl 3 Breat rich new country . Address , Seattle , Wash . The Local Paper ST *? ^ JTK s = ¦ ¦ = 3 everybody . We read the lecal papers in tliou ands of cities and towns cover * ing every s ate and territory and the Dominion of Canada . ...
Our Boys and Girls [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898
Our Boys and Girls Effective Remedies A man who kept a store Once wrote upon his door : Oh , I can make a pill That shall ease evry ill ! I keep hero a plaster , , - To prevent disaster ; Also some good ointment , To soothe disappointment . When customers applied , These words are what lie cried : Now , Patience is the pill That eases ev ry ill ; Take-care is a plaster , Which prevents disaster ; Good-humor an ointment , Soothing disappointment . —St . Nicholas .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898
The Master Mechanic of the Morrison &amp; Cass Paper Co ., Tyrone , Pa „ writes us under date of July 25 , 08 , as follows : fins GIIKK . NI . KAF MFII , CO ., Tyrone , Pa . Gentlemen : — For several 3 car . s I liuvebecu afflicted with Itching piles In their worst form , frequently they | iavo been so severe as to rentier me unlit for my daily duties . During these years I have tried many to-culled lemedlcs , without niiy marked results About three months since I began using Green Leaf nintinont and the results have been marvelous . I am troubled less than I have been for years , and Judging from my past experience and my present condition , I fully expect to be entirely cured of this annoying ailment . In a short time . I would not be without your valuable remedy , and am glad of this opportunity of lotting my Mends know what It has done for me . Yours truly , ( Signed ) A . J . HAHK , Master Mechanic , Morrison &amp; Cass Paper Co . This ointment Is Purely Vegetab...
How Margery Recovered Her Purse [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898
How Margery Recovered Her Purse Margery was a little girl who lived in Washington not long ago , and this is what happened to her on the morning of her eighth birthday : Margery was apt to bo forgetful—ab-sent-minded , her mother called it ; but her father said her mind was not absent ; it was just lazy , and she would have to make it keep at work . So her mother said to her that morning , as she started out to do an errand : Now , dont forget , Margery , raisins , powdered sugar and soap ; and tell him to send them right up as soon as he possibly can . And mail this letter , as you go by the corner , too , she added . Yesm , I will ; I wont forget , answered Margery , and she ran down to the gate , and went skipping down the street . She seemed as much a part oi the bright May morning as any bird 01 butterfly , her mother thought , as she watched her a moment before closing the door and resuming her work . Margery had the money for her purchases in a pretty little alligator-skin pu...
Emilio Aguinaldo [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898
Emilio Aguinaldo One of the most interesting characters before the public at this moment is Gen . Emilio Aguinaldo , the man who at 26 is at the head of the provisional government in the Philippines and whose very name strikes terror to the Spanish heart . His father was a native chief of the Philippines—an Orang Malayu , that is , a Malay , with a literature , a religion , a culture of his own . The chief had ambitions for his son and gave him at a tender age into the care of the Spanish priests . So the lad ( this being sixteen years ago ) attended the local schools in and about Manila and then was sent to Madrid to qualify for the priesthood . But he shocked the ancient theological doctors of Madrid two years after his arrival there by declaring that he would not become a priest . He wished to be a soldier . He would be a soldier , and , oppose him as they did , his determination couhl not be altered . They took the novitiate s gown from off his muscular frame and drafted him int...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898
Best Line TO Indianapolis , Cincinnati AND THE • South . CSTY TICKET OFFICE : £ ? ?; ©« ABK STSSSSTr , - C »! C »» t . INITIAL TRIP JUNE 22 d . Tiote me wiuneimcK s . s . ennstopher comnfflas The Largest , Fastest Excursion Steamer in the World . To and From Chicago . LEAVES CHICAGO , Week Days 9 : 30 a . m . Loaves Chicago , Sundays 10 : 00 a . mKxtra Trip , leaving Saturday 10 : 00 p . m . LEAVES MILWAUKEE , Week Days 4 : 00 p . in . Leaves Milwaukee . Sundays 5 : 00 p . m . Leaves Milwaukee , Sundays 8 : 00 a . m . FAKE FUOM CHICAGO : Tiound Trip , returning same day * 1 . 0 o Itound Trip , unlimited « l-50 One Way M-00 Saturday Night , trip unlimited « 1 . 50 FAKE FIKM MILWAUKEE : OneWay * 1 . 00 liound Trip , unlimited 11 . 50 Children , 6 to 10 , Half Fare . ltlcylcs Frce-Music-Cafe . Decks , Chicago Hush Street Brldg * Docks , Milwaukee Foot Detroit Strcel Special Kates to Societies . For further Information , apply to G . S . WHITSLAR , General Passenger Agl \ , 180 La Salle...
The Markets Live Stock Market [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898
The Markets Live Stock Market Cattle quotations were as follows : Fancy native steers , 1500 @ 1700 lbs . $ 5 . u 0 ifi 5 . C 5 Choice to extra steers , 1300 @ 1500 lbs . 5 . 4005 . 60 Good to choice steers , 120001500 lbs . 5 . 0041 ) 5 . 40 Fat , plain steers , 1300 @ lo 00 lbs .... 4 . 85 @ 5 . 00 Fat , handy steers , 100001150 lbs .... 4 . 65 @ 5 . 00 Common butcher steers 4 . 2004 . 50 Good to choice cows and heifers .. 3 . G 0 @ 4 . li 5 Fair to good cows and heifers .... 3 . 15 @ 3 . 50 Medium r-cows 2 . 70 @ 3 . 10 Poor to good canning cows 2 . 0002 . 50 Stockers and-feeders , 60001100 lbs .. 3 . 8504 . 75 Native Veal calves , I 00 @ 400 lbs .... 4 . 00 @ 7 . 00 Export bulls 3 . 4004 . 20 Feeding and bologna bulls 2 . 6003 . 40 Wisconsin Cattle— _ Best cows 3 . 1503 . 40 : Fair to good cows 2 . 6003 . 1 X Canning cows 2 . 0002 . 50 Heifers 3 . 0003 . 50 oxen ;•;••; 3 . 0004 . 00 . ¦ Bulls 2 . 7503 . 50 Calves 4 . 0007 . 00 Stockers ( 500 to 700 lbs ) 3 . 2504 . 2 u -Feeders ...
OUR WEEKLY REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898
OUR WEEKLY REVIEW Receipts To-day , 10 , 500 Cattle , 22 , 000 Hogs , 11 , 000 Sheep Cattle Market Steady Hog Market 5 to 10 c Higher Sheep Market Active CATTLE Chicago , HI ., Thursday , August 11 , 1898 . This weeks cattle receipts will . he about 44 , 000 , against 39 , 983 for the corresponding time last week . Last weeks total was 42 , 167 , against 57 , 994 in 1897 , and 51 , 411 in 1896 . The market as a whole has shown very little change during the week . On Monday , with 16 , 170 , on Tuesday , with 3 , 655 , on Wednesday , with 14 , 098 , and on Thursday , with estimated receipts of 10 , 500 , it has been pretty hard to tell one day from another . The receipts have been moderate , and just about equal to the demand . - The run has been evenly distributed , according to the requirements , and each day s supply has been disposed of without more trouble than was brought about by the lack of desirability of the stuff offered for sale . The recent rains have improved the demand...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898
KBM * . JOSEPH AOAMS- = = = ga . OEOpOE j flDAMSi r— ..: _ A . W KeTCHJIfc , ; IwH I iWn . / NV-HJ ADAMS SONS &amp; KFTCHIK W , MSMI 1 ™ . JOHN ^ ESTABLISHED . 661 • . i fflV , ¦ BP 1 ¦ WIVE STOCK COMMISSION ? 1 I UNION STOCK Y &amp; DS , CHICAGO , lu »„ ¦ u . ¦ yUm j uwD UNION S TOCK . efeRos , SOUTH OMAHA , NEB , ANO IWISAS City M &amp; HUB
Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898
IHOIVIES IN . ^ . J !¦ i ¦ ¦ M ¦» m *^ mM M oca * 10 remem- » NEBRASKA s-: ; , ^ j and easily tilled . No rocks and stumps . All grains and A J fruits that succeed in other states in same latitude » fj flourish there . The climate is well-nigh perfect , the air . jff &gt; f , being dry and free from malaria . An abundance of pure &lt; k # water is found . It is a great state for stock raising *&amp; £ and feeding . There is no state in the Union where S j ? a hard-working farmer can do so well . Thousands # S of poor men have become rich in Nebraska . Farms A w &gt; can now be bought on easy terms . Prices are low . A # $ handsome illustrated pamphlet describing Nebraska will 3 | # be sent free on application to P . S . EUSTIS , General &lt; $ J ? Passenger Agent , Chicago . &lt; £ jS ^^^^^^ ¥ ^^* 9 ^^^ i ^^ $ ^^^^ m • rxiTrW—irrnnrTiir II l **~ fl ~ T ~~~* TTtr ^ Tl ¦»—— ° *—» - ^^»^—^* «——*» J [ £ ^ % % ?• C &amp; f % UEDCt A...
Chess [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898
Chess TIIF . INTERNATIONAL TOURNAMENT . Tho great Vienna chess tourney in which our own Plllsbury and Tarrasch were tho principals was won by the latter by a scratch . At the close of the tourney each of the giants bad 2 SVi games to their credit . The ]&gt; liiy-olf ot the lie resulted in a victory for Tarrasch . PROBLEM NO . 130 . The following is a fine example , of the style which prevailed in problems a sencrallon ago . It is a classic , coolribuled by Mr . Slvles . tlie veteran Oak Park player , lie does not . give tlie name of the author . Tlie solution is in one variation , but . that is a good one ! Ulack , 8 pieces . White , S pieces . 3 K 4 ; . 4 P S q 1 : 4 b 2 p ; 1 P P S p k 2 ; 4 p 2 Q ; 4 P r 1 r ; 2 P 5 ; S . White to play and mate in four moves . THE Q P . Few , even among fine , players , comprelend fully the great attacking power of tlie Q P , or of its great defensive value . In carefully prepared notes to tlie published games of masters , more fault is ...
NICKEL PLATE EXCURSION TO BOS -TON . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898
NICKEL PLATE EXCURSION TO BOSTON . Tickets on sale for trains leaving Chicago September lfilli to 18 th . inclusive , at rale of JI 9 . H 0 for the round-trip , and good returning until September 30 th . Also cheap rates to all points East . Vestibuled sleep-ing-cars to Boston , and solid train to New York . Rates lower than via other lines . For further Inl nniialion call on or address . 1 . v . Calahau . General Agent , 111 Adams St ., Chicago . Telephone Main 3389 . The business men of Fulton , Mo ., will give an agricultural carnival about the last of September or the first of October . It is the purpose of the merchants in organizing the carnival to offer valuable prizes for excellence in products of the farnl , A good plan for others to imitate . What Is the price of Dobbins Electric Soap ? , . Five cents a bar full size just reduced from ten . Hasnt been less than ten for 33 years . Why . that s the price of common brown soap . Send me a box . I cant afford to buy any other s...
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED by local applications , as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear . There is only one wav to cure deafness , and that Is by constitutional remedies . Deafness is caused by an inllnmed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube . When tills lube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing , and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result and unless I he Inflammation can bo taken out and Ibis tube restored to its normal condition , hearing will bo destroyed forever ; nine eases out of ten are caused bv catarrh , which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces . We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness ( caused by catarrh ) that cannot be cured by Hall s Catarrh Cure . Send for circulars , free . F . . 1 . CHENEY &amp; CO ., Toledo , O . Sold by Druggists , 75 c . Hall s Family Pills are the best ,
George Ertel and Co . ' s Hay Presses [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898
George Ertel and Co . s Hay Presses We present herewith an illustration of the Gem full circle hay and straw press made by George Ertel &amp; Co . After years of careful study to perfect a continuous travel , full-circle baling press , this firm has now put on the market the Gem , which has proven its ability successfully to fulfill and withstand every test required to make It a strictly lirst-class and in every way up-to-date baling press . Lack of space prevents a full description of the merits of this press , and for the same rea son we can only mention the well-known Victor baling press , made by the same firm . Messrs . Ertel &amp; Co . claim to be the largest manufacturers of baling presses in the world , and publish an illustrated catalogue giving a description of every part of their machines and showing why their presses should be bought . All readers of The Farmers Voice will have one of these catalogues sent to them free if they will send their address to G...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 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 . Bid Junes , Passenger Agent , Birmingham , Ala ., or Dr . R . B . Crawford , Traveling Passenger Agent , 6 Rookery Building , Chlcage , 111 . Do you want to ge 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 . Do you want to read about them before going ? Then send 10 cents in silver or postage stamps for a copy of Garden Spots to Mr . Atmore .