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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 20 August 1898

Lazy Liver I have been troubled a great deal with a torpid liver , which produces constipation . I found CASO ARETS to be all you claim for them , and secured such relief the first trial , that I purchased another supply and was completely cured . I shall only be too glad to recommend Cascarets whenever the opportunity is presented . J . A SMITH . 8920 Susquehanna Ave ., Philadelphia , Pa . M ^ T # CATHARTIC ^ ta & ccacto ^ B ^ . TRADE MARK REOISTSRED _^^^ ^^^^ VKfejIjAjiSl ^^ BlpV *^^ Pleasant , Palatable , Potent , Taste Good , Do Good , Never Sicken , Weaken , or Gripe . 10 c , 35 c , 50 c . ... CURE CONSTIPATION . ... Sterling Remedy Company , Clilengo , Montreal , New York . 320 lift Tft RAA Sold and guaranteed by alldrui nU-1 UDAb gists to CUBE Tobacco Habit , Iron Mountain * * | Route tl No change cf an from St Iwfc to H * Stffcft , t Ark ,, Sao Antonio , Houitoo , Gihoton , Tent , w 1 C ^ ormjpctol , tnd but one chaottM City el Mexico , t SuperbFullmtoPtlictCarSt...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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FAIRS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 20 August 1898

FAIRS STATE FAIRS FOR 1808 . Illinois Springfield , Sept . 2 (! -Oct . I Indiana Indianapolis .... Sept . 12-1 7 Kansas Wichita Sept . i V- ! i Michigan Grand Kapids . . Sept . 2 l > -80 Minnesota Haraline Sept . 5-10 Missouri bt . Louis Oct . 8-S Onio eolumbus ; . Aug . 2 !) -Sept 3 Oklahoma Guthrie Oct . 3-8 South Dakota . .. Yankton Sept . 20-83 Wisconsin ... . .. .. Milwaukee Sept . 19-20 Toronto Expo ... Toronto .... Aug . 29-Sept . 10 ILLINOIS COUNTY FAIRS . cocNrr TOWN DATE Adams Camp Point ... Sept . 1 .-16 Boone . Belvidere . bept . 6-9 Bureau Princeton Sept . 6-9 Carroll Mt . Carroll Aug . 80-bept . 2 Champaign Champaign Aug . 30-Sept . 2 Champaign Homer Aug . 23-20 Christian Patia Aug . 29 Clark Martinsville .... .... Sept . 27-Oot . 1 foles Charleston Sept . 13-17 Coles Mattoon Oct . 5-8 De Knlb Sandwich Sept 13-18 DeWitt Clinton Aug . 8-12 Douglas .. Cnmargo Sept . 0-9 Du Page ,, Wheaton . Aug . 24-28 Edgar .... Paris Sept . 5-9 Kflingham Wutson Sept . 13-10 ...

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 20 August 1898

WHEN OTHERS FAIL CONSULT DOCTOR SWEANY , For the speedy and permanent cure of all * HERV 0 US , CHRONIC AND PRIVATE Diseases , even In their most aggravated forms . ( There Is no one man In the world wbohasperfiumed so many permanent cures In both Men and Women of troubles which other physicians of acfinowledged ability had Riven up as hopeless as this eminent SPECIALIST . Nothing baffles bis keen perception , his unerring diagnosis , nor his marvelous professional abilities , resulting from many years of experience . TTOUSiO MEN suffering from any of the many aliments 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 , madly vigor and confidence restored . UUDITC if you cannot call , & letter If HI I b carefully describing < your symptoms and he will send to you in plain envelope his scientific and honest opinion of yo...

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Weather and Crops [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 20 August 1898

Weather and Crops The weather during the past week has been characterized by high winds and heavy rainfall in almost every portion of the Mississippi valley . Except over limited areas the wind has notbeen high enough to do any material damage and the rains , while copious , have done only good . The soil promises to be in excellent condition for fall plowing and the moisture sufficient to give winter wheat a good start . The intense heat and severe drought wrought irreparable injury to the corn ¦ crop in many parts of the corn belt , but the prospect is improving and the damage will not be as great as was feared at the beginning of the month . Corn will be a short crop in Iowa , but Nebraska estimates make the yield 200 ,- 000 , 000 bushels for that state . Kansas reports indicate a 60 , 000 , 000bushel crop of wheat and a fair crop of corn . In Indiana favorable weather has prevailed . Good rains at the beginning of the week , followed by warm , fair weather . All growing crops , ...

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

STUMP BLASTING Write Ajax Dynamile Works , Bay City , Mich ., for prices and Information that will be of value to you .

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 20 August 1898

A SMALL THRESHING MACHINE Something for the farmer who can do his own TUC COLUMBIA THRESHER ___ C threshing , with less help and power than | A ¦ J * r ? _ J * „„„ b > run ¦ J ^ ^ ever before . We also make a full JSk ^ f re hf 0 ^ ^ e n 2 for muS , ra ? SsSSS ? 0 ,, , ^* ^^ Ulll CtlYMF 6 . CO . Box 93 . RacIlie . Wls . < 9-WHEN WRITING ADVERTISERS PLEASE MENTION THE FARMERS VOI 3 E WHITHANSESSIagS THE NEW UNIVERSAL BALER fll ¦ limn * £ JHBJ 3 HHB ^ S For Barn or Field . ^^^(^^^ ili ^ B WHITKIGULTURALGO ., St . Louis , Mo . THE GEM FULL . CIRCLE ^ g EjfiM BALING PRESS . FLOUR CITY ^ ff S £ LF HAY PRESS «^ Y FEED , N 0 L ?!? i :: ^ y KINNARD PRESS CO ., ADDBESSE ^ Minneapolis , Minn ^* njumi . n ¦ - ¦ - ¦ - r n r -------------- ¦ -- * --- ** - ^ GABLED POULTRY AND GARDEN FENCE CabledFieldondHogFencing ¦ with and without lower cable barbed . Steel Web Picket Fence for Lawns and cemeteries , Steel Gates , posts , etc . 6 DEKALB FENCE CO ., w High St ., DE KALB , I...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 20 August 1898

j Our j [ General Catalogue and j Buyers Guide ] I HAS ..., Over 800 Pages | > Over 14 , 000 illustrations < - 50 , 000 descriptions of goods I Weighs nearly 3 pounds < r and quotes ] > < i Wholesale Prices to Consumers { I ... i on everything they J wear or use S ) J i ^^___ y i { The book is free . It costs 21 cents j . postage to send it . We want you to have J one . Send 15 CENTS to partly pay postage • or expressage , and well send you a copy . ( • _____ i • cr * 7 -v-j , III to 120 Michigan Ave . i . Originators Cor . Madison Street of the I Catalogue Business ChJCafiO fiOOWIUF . X H < J * flJS ^ Self-oiling , ^^ P ^_ _ H _ r 8 f \| 17 / S ^ Best Governed , J £ * - ^« . 4 @§ GS [ vH ^ r & * ° ** m 08 I SlM .- » ssji ! r = Inlt ! -== & = durable mode . , ) IlGuODRiPKJl ? TiStS = 3 ll We have every- _ tlU ^^ lY !^ yUS < fcj ^ thtngthefarmerl | _ rj r Ml / Kvv ^ SC need 8 in this ...

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The Week [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 27 August 1898

The Week VOL . XIII . NO . 35 . President MoKinley is making slow progress with the peace commission ; But one member has been added to the commission since last week s review , and if the commission is to be , composed of the maximum number named in the protocol , two are still to be selected . Senator Frye of Maine is the third man to accept the tender of the president , and the latter is most happy over the circumstance , as he had begun to doubt the possibility of securing any one to take the honor . The public spirit of the average politician never has been more clearly shown than in the present instance . Here is a commission named to repre- # sent the nation in the most important service , considered from the standpoint of our future foreign policy , which has called for statesmanship in many years . But so-called representative men , both Democrats and Republicans , have declined the president s invitation with thanks , because , forsooth , these noblehearted patriots who de...

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The Saratoga Conference [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 27 August 1898

The Saratoga Conference Last week there was held at Saratoga a conference of representative citizens of the country , come together by invitation of the Chicago Civic Federation to consider the policy of the United States with respect to the territory placed in our hands , either temporarily or permanently , by the fortunes of war . The assembly was of course without official authority , but as members of this republic , whose every citizen s opinion commands consideration , the authority of the speakers is sufficient . As might be expected , the opinions expressed were various , and the range of lines of action urged a wide one . The imperialist and his jingo notionswere present ; so was the man who , desired the immediate return of the Philippines to the rulers who had robbed the people of their worldly goods and suppressed their aspirations for centuries . However , the meeting was as well agreed as should be expected upon the resolutions which were finally adopted . In them it i...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 27 August 1898

Published Weekly by THE FARMERS VOICE , 334 Dearborn Street , Chicago , 111 . W . H . BURKE , J- C BIMJNGSIiEA , EDITOR . BUSINESS MANAGES , MIIAER PURVIS , ASSOCIATE EDITOR . fcntered at Chicago Post-Office as Second-Class Matter . Terms of Subscription : One Copy One Year One Dollar . Advertising Rates : Twenty-five Cents per Agate Wne . Make all Drafts or Orders payable and address all communications to THE IP ARMERS VOICE , 334 Dearborn Street , Chicago . THE FARMERS V OICE Co ., 334 Dearborn St ., Chicago . 111 . ISO Nassau St ., New York . CHICAGO , AXTOX 8 . 27 , 1888 .

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Justice a Universal Peacemaker [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 27 August 1898

Justice a Universal Peacemaker The civilized world and its palaces , its libraries , its academies of science and its galleries of art , rests on the solid shoulders of farmers and mechanics . Let them withdraw , and it is as if gravitation itself had given out in the center of the world and it would die of collapse . This is the tribute paid to labor by Theodore Parker ; yet we find in this age of the world a tendency to dishonor labor and exalt those who have attained riches by living upon and speculating in the products of labor . Our boasted democracy bends the pregnant knee that thrift may follow fawning in its attempt to tickle the fancy and please the desire of men and women who never have lifted hand or employed mind in one moment of honest labor . But we are assured that this shall not much longer be . Prof . George D . Herron , who is surely the prophet of a new dispensation , delivered the commencementday oration at the Kansas Agricultural college . His first word s were ...

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Dr . Senn ' s Charges [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 27 August 1898

Dr . Senn s Charges Dr . Nicholas Senn of Chicago is a lieutenant-colonel of volunteers in the United States army and chief of the operating staff with the army in the field . But he is more than that , for in the eyes of the surgical world he is the king of all men who employ the scalpel , and his standing in the medical world gives to his words unusual weight . Dr . Senn , unrestrained by military etiquette or the fear of court martial , openly charges the death of many of our brave boys who went to Cuba to the military commander in Cuba , Gen . Shatter , and his chief quartermaster , Col . Humphrey , while to the bad sanitary conditions of the camps in the United States , prior to the departure of the troops for Cuba , he attributes 90 per cent of the sickness there and in Porto Rico . He says , in speaking of the latter indictment : Under the direction of Col . Greenleaf , chief surgeon of the army in Porto Rico , I made an investigation and I found that 90 per cent of the fever...

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Distribution at Fault [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 27 August 1898

Distribution at Fault Our fruit growers need to observe the wise advice of the world s greatest poet , if they would win success from their trees , bushes and vines . Bid distribution undo excess , exclaims the Duke of Kent in Shakespere s King Lear . Clearly this is counsel which our friends must heed or utterly fail in this land of rare productivity ,., With millions hungry for fruit , while millions of tons go to waste , and all are losers . I shall be compelled to plow under my vines if this condition continues , writes one subscriber from Michigan , and proceeds to relate his experience with Chciago commission men .: No doubt there is much to be said on that score , and The Farmers Voice has not been backward in saying some pretty severe things about them . But-when that is done the real trouble has not been touched ; the problem remains unsolved . Everybody is growing strawberries nowadays , writes another , and the market is killed by overproduction , Now it is safe to conclu...

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War Taxes a Fixture [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 27 August 1898

War Taxes a Fixture Even though the questions growing out of the war may require the thought of our wisest statesmanship , our own domestic problems have yet to be dealt with , and even the tariff question bids soon to bob up again , this time in response to popular demand . For it is evident now even to the friends of the Dingley tariff bill that the revenues secured under it are steadily diminishing , as The Farmers Voice has pointed out they must do , and that while the expenses of the nation must from this time go on increasing , the revenues from imports will as steadily diminish under the operation of a tariff so high as to be prohibitive . Confirmatory of this view is the opinion expressed by Edward Atkinson , who goes so far as to say that the stamp taxes , imposed for war purposes , have come to stay ; and the secretary of the wool manufacturers association , whose faith in a protective tariff is well known , declares that it will be unsafe to repeal the new stamp taxes now...

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% ^ _^^ - ^_^ , I f ) ) I A Farmer ' s Talk to f I| Farmers * f L- ^ _ - ~— ¦^ - ^— - —~— ^ ~^~ J k t •! [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 27 August 1898

% ^ _^^ - ^_^ , I f ) ) I A Farmer s Talk to f I| Farmers * f L- ^ _ - ~— ¦^ - ^— - —~— ^ ~^~ J k t •! F ARMERS are thinking a great deal these days , and the fact that it is the season of growing crops in no way interferes with their mental processes . It is a sign of the times full of promise of future results that there are Farmers Days at the Chautauquas this summer , and that farmers in large numbers , with their wives and young folk , are in attendance . Nothing pleases the average man more than to listen to one of his own calling discourse upon topics relating to it . And the following summary of E . S . Fursmans address , delivered last week at the Jersey ( 111 . ) County Chautauqua , was enjoyed by all who heard it , and we are sure our readers who were not privileged to be present will take pleasure in reading it for its words of cheer and the courage and hope it Inspires . We only regret that we cannot publish it entire . In the course of his address Mr . Fursman said : I...

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The Maine Not Forgotten [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 27 August 1898

The Maine Not Forgotten Word comes from Washington that the president is determined that the responsibility for the blowing up of the Maine shall be fixed where it belongs , and to remove the matter entirely from the realm of speculation , has asked the military commission to Cuba to make a thorough investigation into the matter . When the Maine affair was investigated before Havana was a Spanish city , and the lips of all residents who knew anything about the secrets of the place were sealed . Now all is changed , and Cubans and Spanish alike will dare to tell the truth without fear or favor . That is all we desire to know ; no one who is innocent need fear it ; the guilty ones must take the responsibility and pay the penalty . That the Maine disaster hastened the war is not to be doubted . It aroused the public , which had been slow to grasp the enormities Spain was practicing in Cuba to a realizing sense of the truth , even where doubt lingered as to the origin of the explosion ....

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Illinois Live-Stock Breeders [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 27 August 1898

Illinois Live-Stock Breeders The breeders of improved stock residing in Illinois through their respective organizations are making very complete arrangements for the coming annual meeting to be held in the state house , Springfield , November 15-17 , 1898 . Secretary Fred H . Ra nkin writes us assurance ia given that addresses will be given in person by Prof . J . C . Plumb , of Purdue , Ind „ on Animal Industry as a Business in the United States ; by Prof . J . H . Craig , of Ames , Iowa , on Sheep Husbandry ; by Prof . Eugene Davenport , of Champaign , 111 ., on An Undeveloped Market for Pure Bred Males , and Henry Wallace , editor of Wallace Farmer , Des Moines , Iowa , on Swine Breeding and Feeding , and it is hoped that arrangements can be made to have present also Prof . Curtis , of Ames , Iowa ; Prof . Henry , of Wisconsin Experiment station ; Alvin H . Sanders , Jr ., John Clay , Jr .,. ex-Gov . Norman J . Coleman and others , who will give addresses upon special lines of li...

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