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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 22 January 1898

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Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Woman and Home [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 22 January 1898

Woman and Home Worry s Useless Bridges Where is the thrill of last night s fear ? Where is the stain of last week s tear ? Where Is the tooth that ached last year ? Gone where the lost pins go to ; For last night s riddle is all made-plain , The-sunshine laughs at the long past rain , And . the tooth that ached has lost its pain—That s where our troubles go to . AVhere are the clothes that we used lo wear ? Where are the burdens we used to bear ? Where is the bald head s curling hair ? Gone where the pins disappear to . For the style has changed and the clothes are new , • The skies are wearing a brighter blue , The hair doesnt snarl as it used to do , And the parting has grown more clear , too . Where are the bills that our peace disAVhere is the pin that the baby blessed ? Where are the doves in last year s nest ? AVhere have the pins all gone to ? On the old bills paid are new ones thrown , And the baby s at school with her pin outgrown , , And the squabs are running a nest of th...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
GIRLS IN STORES , [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 22 January 1898

GIRLS IN STORES , offices , or factories , are peculiarly liable to female diseases , especially those who are constantly on their feet . Often they are unable to perform their duties , their suffering is so intense . » When tne nrst if symptoms present , themselves , such as J backache , pains P * in groinSjheadJuM ache , dizzi- ^ r ^^ ^ ness , ( Jf £ Jjjj ^^ faintBA ^^^ B j \ swelled I feet , blues , etc ., I thev should at once write Mrs . Pink-ham at Lynn , Mass ., stating symptoms . She will tell them exactly what to do . GRACE B . STANSBUBY , Pratt , Kansas , says : — I suffered from intense pain s i n the womb and ovaries , and the backache was dreadful . I had leucorrhcea in its worst form . Thus I dragged along . At last I Avrote to Mrs . Pinkham for advice . Her answer came promptly . I read carefully her letter , and concluded to try Lydia E . Pinkham s Vegetable Compound . After taking two bottles I felt much better ; but after using six bottles I was cured .

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Our Boys and Girls [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 22 January 1898

Our Boys and Girls The Boy We Love nh for a glimpse of a natural boy—V boy with a freckled face , with forehead white neath tangled hair And limbs devoid of grace . AVhose feet toe in , while his elbows flare , Whose knees are patched all ways , who turns as red as a lobster when You give him a word of praise . A boy who s born with an appetite , Who seeks the pantry shelf To eat his piece with resounding smack , Who isnt gone on himself . A Robinson Crusoe reading boy , Whose pockets bulge with trash , AVho knows the use o £ rod and gun And where the brook trout splash ! It s true hell sit In the easiest chair , With his hat on his tousled head ; That his hands and feet are everywhere For youth must have room to spread . But he doesnt dub his father old man , Or deny his mother s call , Or ridicule what his elders say , Or think that he knows it all . A rough and wholesome , natural boy Of good old-fashioned clayGod bless him , if he s still on earth , For hell make a man some day ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 22 January 1898

% £ ^ i $ P ^ seem to £ WB > on the woodwork ^ \ T ^ fp ^ j ^ , y about the house . The y come easily and \ J ^^ S * « £ B ^^ they stick , too—unless you get rid of them with ^ H ^ Wfi 0 ^« f ! H n iI | U DU 51 Powdenp * 8 ! lcV THE N . K . PAIRBANK COMPANY , . / ft ¥ f > Z ^ vJBmf * . Chicago . St . Louis . New York . - X ^^^ ^^ Is I B 23 meB ^ • ! • ^ IsSmSS-e ** ?• » £ s & 8- ni ¦¦ ¦ S 3 0 Tj • i : i MsS m ^ - : &• 1 ^ M ° ZAO 3 | Sj | flf « com & o : IS is ****************** { iSslgg ^ g gssssssgsssea • ! Sfgtr ?; M ! gfl & fisS si ^ i ? iIlii ? lHSs iSgiPsSDglss § s o sR ?» ,, n • is fSStfl !&*&?« $ * £ & 3 5 rftfrnrMtfegfttini ! Its not cold in the south ... The weather this season in the South has bean all that could be desired , and all who have already reached the resorts of Florida and the Gulf Coast are charmed with their locations . The Louisville & Nashv...

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The Markets [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 22 January 1898

The Markets Live Stock flarket Cattle-Quotations were as follows : Fancy native steers , 150001700 lbs . $ 5 . 35 @ 5 . 50 Choice to ^¦;^; i . ^!^ B . O 0 eB : « Good to choice steers / i 2 O 0 @ 150 O ^ Fat , p l aln steers , 1300 @ 1000 IBs :.... 4 . Jf @ 4 . 75 Poor To fair steers , Mq @ 1200 lbs .... 3 . 65 | 4 . 1 o Common butchers steers • - ••••» fM * M Good to choice cows and . heifers .. 3 . 25 | 4 . ^ Fair to good cows and Heifers | . 60 | 3 . 25 Poor to good canning cows ......... 2 . 00 @ A 60 Blockers and feeders . 70001100 ltos ..-3 . 25 @ 4 . o 0 Native veal calves , 1000400 lbs 4 . WBB . U Kxport bulls ............... . . • . •••• . \? S , « Feeding and bologna bulls 2 . S 0 @ S . 15 Wisconsin cattle- . • „ 7 Kffl ) » k 5 Best cows OS TS &&^ . ^ ::::::::::::::-: iM WPlfPra • 2 . 60 @ 3 . 1 O S ? i „ 3 . 00 @ 3 . 75 ik ? , ™ :: ; 2 . 2502 . 90 5 ? £ » ; ........ 4 . 00 @ 6 . 50 Sto £ s (« to 700 lbs ) 2 . 60 | 3 . 40 Feeders ( 750 to 9 o 0 lbs ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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OUR WEEKLY REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 22 January 1898

OUR WEEKLY REVIEW Receipts To-Day , 11 , 500 Cattle , 28 ,. 000 Hogs , 16 , 000 Sheep Good Heavy Cattle Strong , Shade Higher , Others Weak Hog Market Steady , at Yesterdays Decline Sheep Market Strong , Lambs Weak . CATTLE Thursday , Jan . 20 , 1898 . The receipts of cattle this week up to the present time are about 48 , 000 against 44 , 601 for the corresponding time last week . Last week s total was 49 , 729 against 48 , 341 in 1897 and 62 , 025 in 1896 . The good market of the date of our last report did not hold through the week . Friday we had a few too many , with . 4 ,- 809 , and on all but the best grades prices were called a dime lower . Monday opened the week with a pretty good supply , the official count being 18 , 627 . The decline of last week s close gave buyers the advantage and it was all sellers could do to get about steady prices , with the preceding week s decline . Tuesday , with 3 , 656 , there was not much change , buyers seeming to be able to find a place for...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 22 January 1898

M ^ -. ^ MTT— - i na L ~^ M ~ : ~» i » ^ B i—ISMlr WHlr jOsEpM ADAMS OEOHOE J . ADAMS ! ^ A . W . KITCHIN .. ; M I JmL rvurt ADAMS SONS & KlTCHtif Mb I I l K I i p l . AOflN ^ ESTABLISHED 186 ^ Wlty WEf , r ^ bVE & lDCKXOMMlSSIOrQf 1 UNION STOCK YARDS , CHICAGO , I III 5 ., „ . UU AND UNION S TOCK \ ARDS , SOUTH OMAHA , NEB ., AND KANSAS CITY . MO . 1111

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Poultry Manure [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 22 January 1898

Poultry Manure Farmers should remember that in poultry manure they have a concentrated fertilizer that is worth almost as much as the best guano . It is very rich in nitrogen and makes the best fertilizer for the garden that we have . Not long ago an Eastern paper advised one of its readers to mix the poultry manure with dry earth and sow it on the garden . This was not good advice . I asked Fred Grundy how he managed the poultry manure on his place , and he said he takes it out of the house in nure with dry earth and sow it on the garden at once . I believe this is the very best plan to follow . When it is thrown out in this way the first rain that comes washes all the plant food it contains into the soil and it is secured for the use of the next crop . If allowed to dry in the open air a large part of the nitrogen it contains is dissipated , and if mixed with dry earth the nitrogen is lost to a large extent . A bushel of poultry manure to the square rod of strawberries makes them ...

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 22 January 1898

Z ^ % Juti * B WSiL EDC • A NEW WAY TO i <^ T ^& rl 1 SlillCliO ! i S ELL Y OUR GRAIN . I J & HS- > - ^ jSBjF ^* ¦ INSTEAD of selling your grain at home ship It to us i llSfsSk . l-tmilrtifflP ¦ ¦ *• ¦ X Snd save middleman s profit . We have Saved , JB , jfTOvT *?^ ^ m Farmer * Thousands of Dollars . Why dont i * fllPrri TV »>? YOU try It ! Address for full particulars , | ^ frhlM ^ . H • HU CA T D P -A- Ci \ ** BoaPd of TrM ! e , 1 // / vV \ - ¦ IJ . V / mltlCOC ^ lir CHICAGO . | OUR GREAT PREMIUM OFFER ! OXFORD TEACHERS BIBLES . _ — WITH HANDSOMESOFT ^^ HMtMt ^ B VV LEATHER COVERS , U KH LARGE CLEAR TYPE , HIGHKI ^ HHHH CLASS WORKMANSHIP and ^^^ BKHHKH MATERIAL . Containing all the B , ^ B ^^ HH FAMOUS OXFORD HELPS , iSD ^ HHfli ^ iHIf which make Bible reading and ¦ I ^^^^^ HI study so DELIGHTFULLY INHH ^ H TERESTING AND EASY . ^^^^ Mi ^^^ BBBsSsSmilsl What the World s Greatest Scholars say of ¦^ HHraHnBnH Oxfo rd Teacher s ...

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Chess . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 22 January 1898

Chess . AnDreviations are those in cemmon use in this coun . try , except S ( springer ) Instead of Kt for knight . Correspondence of all kinds is solicited—games , problems , solutions , news , questions . All communloations and subscriptions of chess lovers -for the paper should be addressed , Rev . Leander Turney , Chess Editor , TUB FARMERS VOICE , 331 Dearborn St ., Chicago . The Plllsbury National Correspondence Chess Assoeia tloii Is organized for tho purpose of promoting general interest in chess , and is especially valuable to players living outside the great citiee . It conducts various tournaments , matches and informal games , and is truly national In its scope . Write for particulars to headquarters , Stss Wabash Avtnue , Chicago . The Chicago Chess and Checker Club is In the American Express Building , Room 333 , 76 and 78 Monroe Street . Visiting players are always welcome . SOLUTIONS . Prob . No . 89— 1 SxQP . Found by H . J . Hutson , Frultland , N . Y ., very neat ...

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Checkers . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 22 January 1898

Checkers . All subscriptions , renewals , etc ., on acconnt of checken . . Iioiild lie addressed to CHECKER EDITOR . Games , problems , eto ., gladly examined . THE NUMBERED BOARD . I Tbe urntu kiways occupy the squares from 1 to 11 In lii ! . ive , and the whites the squares from 21 to 82 Inclusive . The player who has blai-lcs in the first game should take whites in the second , and so on , becom ng « customed to either color , and to reading the numbers from either side of the board . / CHECKERS . GAME NO . - — .-WILL-O -THE-WISP . Played in St . Joe , Mo ., between J . E . Webster , of that city , and E . A . Dudley , of Kansas City , Mo . Mr . Dudley moved first . 11-15 23—19 17-21 21-: 5 16-11 23-19 8-12 9— 6 18—15 10— 6 9—13 1 : - 9 29—15 25— . 9 11— 7 22— 8 fi—21 6— 2 3 . —27 6— 9 1 —23 27— 3 2 — -2 29—25 7— 2 2--18 -4-11 2—6 27-21 9-5 7—11 23-18 23-18 2 —22 2- 6 19—IS 2- (> 6— 9 21—20 5- 1 10-19 31-27 ig-15 22—17 6— 9 24—15 11-16 10- 7 15-18 1 - 5 5-9 18-14 15—10...

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 22 January 1898

lALiver 1 That Shirks j 5 and refuses to perform Its proper func- \ \ tlons makes aches of tho very worst \ 0 kind—headache , backache , siaeache , 0 4 boneache-dulls the brain and weak- m 5 ens the body . ¦ v \ Dr . Peter s j \ Blood I IVitalizer I 5 is what you need . It is an honest Swiss- £ W German remedy , in use more than 100 r at years . It relieves thebodyof all refuse 0 \ matter , while it tones and Invigorates i W the system . It is an almost infallible r m remedy fcr all diseases caused by im- 0 \ pure or impoverished blood or from \ V a disordered stomach . \ w No Drug-Store medicine ; is sold f f only by regular Vitalizer agents , f 0 Persons living where there are no 0 j ) agents for Dr . Peter s Blood Vitalizer m i can , by sending S 3 . 00 , obtain twelve \ 0 35-cent bottles direct from the propri- W M etor . This offer can be obtained only 0 X once by the same person . \ 5 Write to DR . PETER FAHRNEY , £ 0 8 II 2-H 4 South Hoyne Ave ., Chicago . \ 0 ICE PLOWS ^ WEt...

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Guilty of Trespass [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 22 January 1898

Guilty of Trespass A railroad located in North Carolina Jt formerly little more than two treaks of rust and a right of way . One fprminus was at Asheville , and the other ot a place called Murphy . Manager Mcrjoei tells in the Chicago Tribune an amusing story of this queer strip of track , which is now a part of the new Southern system : „ . ,.,. It may have been improved since , out at the time of which I speak , said Mr . McDoel , it had all the weakness to « hich neglected railroads are exposed ; the ballast was thin , the grades ( heavy , and the ties rotten . It was a good thing for accident insurance companies , as . almost everybody who took this road who was acquainted with its character provided himself with a policy . As a matter of fact , however , there wasnt very much danger , as the trains were not given to sprinting , and the regular accident used to occur without any very serious results . The trainmen had by long practice learned just when to jump , and the passenge...

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Books and Catalogues [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 22 January 1898

Books and Catalogues The World Almanac and Encyclopedia is the most comprehensive work on statistics and general information that has come to cur notice . It has more than 500 pages , in small type , filled with statistics concerning governments , politics , churches , 1 secret and other societies , and thousands of other things that people are interested in . Published by The Press Publishing Co ., New York . Price , 25 cents . # # # The Printer and Bookmaker for January is one of the most artistic magazines of the season . The letter press and engravings are of the best and the matter is interesting to every one who is interested in the printer s art , whether he may be a bookmaker or not . The colored frontispiece By the Sea is a revelation of the perfection to which color printing has been brought . Howard , Lockwood & Co ., publishers , New York . Price , $ 1 a year . * * * For a good many years we have wondered how it would be possible for Peter Henderson &...

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flodern Well Digging [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 22 January 1898

flodern Well Digging There is a marvelous difference in the way wells were dug in our grandfathers day and the way they are rapidly and neatly sunk by perfected machinery in this advanced age . The most wonderful wellsinking machine that has come to our notice is that manufactured by the American Well Works of Aurora , 111 ., which is illustrated in connection with this article . ; This machine is far from being new and untried . It is the result of years of practical manufacture , embodying all the latest . improvements-the product of the largest well works in the world . It is strong , durable and effective . Its makers furn sh the machine complete with steam , gasoline engine , or horse power ( mounted or down ) for operating it . When a well has been completed , the derrick is swung out of position , as shown , for moving to the next job , and It is ready for drilling as soon as it gets there . It sinks wells in any formation , either t > y jumping the drill , revolvi...

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