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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898

August 13 , 1898 HEADACHE Both my wire and myself have been using CASCARETS and they are the best medicine we have ever had in the house . Last weelt my wife was frantic with headache for twodays , she tried some of your CASCARETS , and thev relieved the pain in her head almost Immediately . We both recommend Cascarets . OHAS . STEDEFORD , Pittsburg Safe & Deposit Co ., Pittsburg , Fa , M \* M CATHARTIC ^ fodCOMW ^ P ^^ . TRADE MARK REGISTERED ^ ^ ^ T ^^ B ^ BU KI IIB II I ^ UM ^^ Pleasant , Palatable . Potent , Taste Good . Do Good , Never Sicken , Weaken , or Gripe , 10 c , 250 , 500 . ... CURE CONSTIPATION . ... Sterling Itemed ? Company , Chicago , Montreal , New York . 317 lifl Tit DAP Sold and ciiarantccd by all druKDU * I UDAU gists to CURE Tobacco Habit . a | 6 Winger s Steel y TKHMI *^ OiW Tln «^ KegulatorBandGrlni . ^ MLU 532 Kenwood Terrace , Chicago , CHEAP F & Located on the Illinois Central R . R . In SOUTHERN ILLINOIS and also located on the Ya...

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Miscellaneous [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898

Miscellaneous The Richest Nation Mulhali , the noted English statistician , is clearly of the opinion that no other nation compares with ours in all the essential elements that go to make up aggregate wealth , says the Wall Street News . He also notes the fact that while the most of European countries have attained their growth , the United States is apparently on the threshold of an industrial development which it has never dreamed of before . He submits the following table of estimates as being the results of a careful and comprehensive investigation into the sources of national wealth in the several countries : United States $ 81 , 750 , 000 , 000 Great Britain 59 , 030 , 000 , 000 France 47 , 050 , 000 , 000 Germany 40 , 260 , 000 , 000 Russia 32 , 125 , 000 , 000 Austria 22 . 500 , 000 , 000 ftaiy 15 , 800 , 000 , 000 Spain 11 , 300 , 000 , 000 These computations are based upon values as shown by real estate records , buildings , merchandise and railways , as well as the circul...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Feeding Pumpkins [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898

Feeding Pumpkins A few weeks ago a subscriber asked us concerning the value of pumpkins as stock feed . ( At that time we gave him the best advice at our command . Recently Prof . T . H . French of the Oregon experiment station has published some results from feeding pumpkins to pigs which are interesting and we give them below : Six Berkshire pigs were selected for the experiment from two litters raised on the college farm . The pigs were eight months old when the feeding of pumpkins was begun . They were led for a week before they were weighed and were then weighed once every two weeks for a period of eight weeks . The pumpkins were cut up , the seeds removed , and then cooked . When thoroughly cooled the pumpkins were dumped into a vat and mixed with the days rations of shorts . The pigs were fed at 8 o clock in the morning and 4 o clock in the afternoon . During the period of eight weeks the pigs ate 7 , 523 pounds of pumpkins and 924 pounds of shorts and gained 499 pounds . Fig...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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"BLOOD WILL TELL " [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898

BLOOD WILL TELL THE GRANDSON OF A GREAT AUTHOR IN THE FAMOUS CHARGE UP SAN JUAN HILL . JACK HAWTHORNES LETTER TO HIS MOTHER . In the Field , Cuba , July 0 . Dearest Mother : I write to let you know that I am stijl alive and well , though I am rather surprised to flncl myself so . We had a terrible battle that lasted three days , and in which we lost 1 , 000 killed and wounded . I never expected to come through the battle alive , much less without a scratch . At least a dozen men were killed or wounded right around me . The major of our battalion called for two men to go forward and locate the enemy , so I and another man called Botts jumped up and ran forward to where we could see the Spaniards on the hill . It seemed certain death to get up , tlie bullets were flying so thick , but we got back all right and reported . Botts was afterward shot through the leg . I have lost everything except tho clothes I have on . Your loving son , JACK HAWTHORNE , Company A , 71 st New York Volunte...

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898

WHEN OTHERS FAIL CONSULT DOCTOR SWEANY , For the speedy and permanent cure of all I NERVOUS , CHRONIC AND PRIVATE Diseases , even In their most aggravated forms . There Is no one man In tho world who has performed so uiauy 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 . iroUSCl MEN suffering from any of the many ailments resulting from indiscretions of youth or men of niaturor years suffering from excesses of any kind should consult him without delay , place themselves under his treatment and have lost strength , madly vigor and confidence restored . % A # D | TF I you cannot call , a letter Tini I Ea carefully describing ! your symptoms and he will send to you in plain envelope his solentttto and honest opinion of your case free of cha...

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Weather and Crops [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898

Weather and Crops The 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 : The favorable weather conditions of the previous week have continued in the central valleys , middle Atlantic states and New England , where the rainfall has been ample and in some sections excessive . In the Southern states the week has been unfavorable for cotton , owing to insufficient sunshine and excessive rains . On the north Pacific coast the week was unfavorable , being dry and exceptionally hot . In Washington wheat harvest was interrupted by intense heat , which has caused the late grain to shrivel . Numerous complaints of damage to grain in shock by wet weather , which has also interrupted thrashing , are received from portions of the Ohio , upper Mississippi and Missouri valleys . Corn has continued to make excellent progress , and , except in portions of central Kansas , southern Nebraska ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898

AfEMTC wanted to solicit subscriptions for AliOl 1 » 3 THE AMERICAN QUEEN , the best fifty-cent monthly woman s home magazine In the United States . Our premiums enable • gents to Oarn money and do a largo business . Write today for our special offer . Address THE AMERICAN QUEEN , 78-SO Walker street , New York .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898

IB i tf ™ 1 1 f \ , f y ou want Mil n I »¦ tlie best ma l | l | k I I % chinery for r I I n ^ makingwells , ¦ ¦ I L . L . <& J to an y a 6 ?* 1 ¦ * ¦ ^ k * write us , for we make it . Send for our new catalogue TJ . We will mail it to you free . F . C . AUSTIJi JBFO . CO ., Harvey , Ill . fchimgoSuburb ) When writing mention The Farmers yolce ,

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898

¦ THE FARMERS VOICE- | Best Binder || c I | Twine __ ll $ JL Wehavejustpurchasedalotof 600-foot ML \ M Manila Twine stored In St . Paul , Nllnn .. % 9 ML from the Eastern manufacturer . We ML % & . guarantee the quality of this twine . fl 0 Order by Mail or Telegraph 6 % M No money necessary unless you prefer % M JK to send it . We will ship from St . Paul 24 JR Cv hours after your order reaches us . \ a wL Instruct us which bank to send our ML \ m draft and bill of lading to . Upon arrival % M jK of twine examine it and pay draft if sat- ML C » Isfled . ¦¦¦ € 9 M- SEND ORDERS TO C- > y MV ^ SV ^ U ^^ 0 j F 111 lo 120 Michigan Ave ., Chicago . jj A SMALL THRESHING MACHINE Something for the farmer who can do his own ^^ TUE COLUMBIA THRESHER y |^^ threshing ,-with lesshelp and power than WEL has eraiit caoac iv and can be run { jpSH |^ ever before . We also make a full J | Bk jf f 1 * vf Jjer Send for illustratSSSSit 8 0 ^ 8 ^ ^^^ HII ^ rTMFG . CO . BoxgS . Raci...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 13 August 1898

aODHUF SI •• irfSlSSlw Self-olllng , ^ S Cm . aH rJSX \ ll r £% L Best Governed , » if # ^ aH 4 &( X \\ I / / SZ A . Acknowledged m ^ j ^_^* •^^^ H ptifj ^ f % to be the most J ? Hifl 0 i ) iiiP ^ 3 STISi ^ ilI We havB every- ? \ \ \ ^^ J C ^ MBW ^ C T needs in this line .- . J * *^ v ^ lLw «* f i ow S n > \ , a • JITIW * fan ** and i > Oalvan- « * . T Pumps , . a Steal ^ SRT . SAo / fora , ofc . I • M ** MILLS :: , ) Catalogue , fnll of valuable points , free . i ) . ; App / eton Mfg . Go . , te &^ Z ^ ww & ELECTRIC ffl Our perfect knowledge of this wagon and the quality of , material used in Its construction leads us to declare it to be the NEATEST , STR 0 SGE 8 T , MOST DUR . ABLE , LONGEST MVEIt , EASIEST TO LOAD wagon made . Has our famous straight or stagger spoke Electric Steel Wheels Wheels have any wldtli of tire , from 8 to 8 Inches ) • vny height , from 21 to 60 inches . Impervious to heat or cold : cant dry out , ...

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The Week [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 20 August 1898

The Week President McKinley s method of dealing with Spain a complicated and obscure reply to the peace offerings made by this government was most efficacious and brought the dons up standing . Instead of entering Into a discussion with the wily diplomats as to certain points at issue a protocol was prepared , reiterating the demands made by the United States , and this was submitted as our only basis for an armistice and further negotiations . Signed by the Spanish authorities and our own , an armistice would immediately follow ; left unsigned , or any attempt at quibbling , and our forces would continue their work of reducing the Spanish colonies into subjection to the authority of the United States and the annihilation of the Spanish army . There was no delay on Spain s part . As soon as the text of the protocol reached Madrid and its contents were digested , : Sagasta authorized Jules Cambon , ambassador of France , to sign for Spain ; President . McKinley authorized Secretary D...

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Welcome Peace [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 20 August 1898

Welcome Peace Spain has signed the protocol , an armistice has been declared , and it only remains for the proposed peace commission to determine the disposition of the Philippines to bring our troubled relations with Spain to an end . Whatever the result of the work of the commission , Spain will never again take up arms against the United States ; her extreme poverty in ships , money and credit fcrbids that . But this fact will only tend to make us more considerate in our demands , and the dons may expect to receive only the most fair and generous treatment . Everywhere is peace welcomed , save perhaps by the army contractor who has been patriotically growing rich out of the necessities of the nation , and in the homes of our country the rejoicing knows no bounds . In many there is the vacant chair that never again will be occupied by the loved and lost , and sad hearts that long for a touch of a vanished hand , for a sound of the-voice that is stillad . but as a people we have to...

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Agriculture at Paris [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 20 August 1898

Agriculture at Paris The agrciultural West has every reason to be grateful to the president for the selection of a representative Chicagoan of the broad-guage pattern to be commissioner general to the Paris exposition . Ferdinand W . Peck , who will soon go to Paris to plan for the American exhibit , appreciates as much as could any man the importance of agricultural interests to all other branches cf the commercial and industrial life of the country , and he will second in every way the efforts of Secretary Wilson and our leading farmers in securing proper representation in that international exhibition . Referring to movements now on foot in this direction , the Washington correspondent of the Chicago Post says that among the many novel features which Secretary Wilson proposes to have in connection with the American agricultural exhibit at the Paris expo sition will be batteries of ovens , ranges in continual operation for the education of the people of the old world to the uses t...

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A Great War Poem [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 20 August 1898

A Great War Poem There has been complaint made that the war with Spain has developed no great poets , and literary folk declare that there is a singular dearth of patriotic poetry at this time . It must be remembered that it was not alone the war that brought to light the genius of Whittier , Lowell , Bryant , Holmes , Emerson , Longfellow , Smith , although Scott Key and Julia Ward Howe were legitimate products of the influences of that great evfcnt and the times preceding it . We have no large body of poets today of the breadth and quality of these masters of verse and song , but now and then we catch a note so fine and lofty that we are reassured that poetic instinct and power are not gone entirely from our own people . Here is one , which appears without name in the columns of the San Francisco Star of August 6 , which , if no other appears , will render it impossible for us to say that the war has brought forth no great poetry : OUR ALLIES . Behold ! A shadowy army marches with...

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Every Live Stock Man interested [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 20 August 1898

Every Live Stock Man interested Since 1894 the live-stock interests of Chicago have suffered from the extortions practiced by the railroads under the name of terminal charges , while shippers have been compelled to pay an unjust tax . These charges have been uniformly $ 2 for each car of live stock shipped into the Union Stock yards , whether the distance was three blocks or ten miles ; it was arbitrarily fixed without reason or justice , and has led to the loss of an incalculable amount of business which thereby has been diverted from its normal course and gone to markets where no such extortions were practiced . There is now pending before the railroad and warehouse commissions of Illinois a complaint regarding this matter . At the last hearing it was represented by those interested in keeping up the $ 2 charge that the shippers of this state were entirely satisfied to pay it—a statement false on its face . But to show to the commission that shippers are not willingly paying this ...

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Are Fairs for Fakirs or Farmers ? [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 20 August 1898

Are Fairs for Fakirs or Farmers ? The Aurora ( 111 . ) News has the following account of the prospects of the Kane County Fair , which must be pleasant reading for those who look upon the agricultural fair as an important aid to the science : The coming Kane County Fair looks like a record breaker even from this distance . Secretary Pratt has been a busy person for several weeks , and reports that entries along the different lines are coming in very lively , and privileges are selling way ahead of last year s fair , and at a rate that shows the confidence the fakirs and refreshment dealers have in what the fair is going to be this year . * * * Balloon ascensions , parachute leaps , and many other drawing cards are sighed or about to be , and the special attraction features of the fair will certainly be the best ever . presented by any fair in this part of the country . The grounds will be lighted by electricity every evening , and the dancing pavilion and fakirs row will be ablaze i...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 20 August 1898

; Published Weekly by j THE FARMERS VOICE , 334 Dearborn Street , Chicago , 111 . i- W . H , BURKE , J . C . BILLINGSMA . EDITOR . BUSINESS MANAGER , MIU . ER PURVIS , ASSOCIATE EDITOR . Entered 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 , Jtfalte all Drafts or Orders payable and address all communications to T HE F ARMERS V OICE , 334 Dearborn Street , Chicago . J T HE F ARMERS V OICE C O ., 334 Dearborn St ., Chicago . 111 . 150 Nassau St ., New York . CHICAGO , AUGt S C SO , 1898 .

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