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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 22 January 1898

WHEN OTHERS FAIL CONSULT . ( MSSLLs ^ aw DOCTOR SWEANY , For the speedy and permanent cure of all NERVOUS , CHRONIC AND PRIVATE Diseases , even in their most agemvatsi forms . There is no one man In tno world who has performed so many permanent cures in both Men ana Women of troubles which other physicians of acknowledged ability had « lren up as hopeless as this eminent SPECIALIST . Nothing baffles his keen perception , his unerring diagnosis , nor his marvelous professional abilities , resulting from many years ot experience . YOUSiG MBJf suffering from any of the many ailments resulting from indiscretions of youth or men of niamrer years suffering from excesses of any kind should consult him without delay , place themselves under his treatment and have lost strength , manly vigor and confidence restored . U / DITF if 7011 cannot call , a letter II |\ I I Ei carefully describing your symptoms and he will send to yon in plain envelope his scientific and honestoplnlon of your case i...

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

Thrifty Vineland In southeastern Washington , opposite to Lewiston , Idaho , in Lewiston Valley , at the confluence of the Snake and Clearwater rivers , a new interest has been growing quietly , unostentatiously , substantially , without any of the boom features of so many western enterprises . Here , where fourteen months ago was an unwatered , arid block of land , where twelve months ago were no homes , are to be found to-day a hundred buildings , mostly homes , where hopeful , happy people , cultivate the reclaimed land . Nice cot tages have sprung up as if by magic , tens of thousands of fruit trees have been planted , water has been brought many miles and courses streets and gardens , shade trees have been planted , and everything says that Vineland , for so the colony is called , is building permanently . Six miles up Asotin creek the water is taken and conveyed nineteen miles to the company s lands . Sixteen miles of lateral sewers have been built for distribution purposes . ...

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

Green Forage Crops In planning operations for next year do not forget , to arrange to counteract the effect of the dry spell that has come to be a regular happening in this latitude . A number of plants are well fitted for this purpose , and in the event that they are not needed they can be made into hay for winter use . Oats make a valuable hay and the millets are good for cutting and feeding green or curing for winter feed . . .. ¦¦ / No better forage crop can be grown than corn , and if some early variety of sweet corn is chosen the planting may be delayed until quite late in the season , and attended to after the main work of the farm is disposed of . - A good forage crop of sweet corn may be grown after early potatoes are harvested and the same ground used for both crops . As early potatoes promise to bring a good price next year it might be well to try this double cropping once ., While nice comb honey can be bought in Chicago for 10 cents a pound , a young man out in the coun...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 22 January 1898

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 22 January 1898

a TORNADO FEED CUTTER Hade In Ten Size ., From a Small Hand Power to » Large Horse or Steam Power Size . PTOTS , splits and thoroughly disintegrates the banleat corn stalks , \ J with or without the ears , anil without additional attachments or additional power . Cuts all kind * of dry forage , 1 , e ., hay , straw ,-ll » at oat 3 , etc . Will do botterandfasierworkthananyothermake , CA . R . BIERS can be attached to any of our Power Cutters . For cutting ensilage the TORNADO has no equal . ^ Catalogue and . sample of comstaks cut up on the Tornado sent on application , * Write for them at once , addressing W . R . HARRISON & CO ., MASSILL 0 N , OHIO . ]^^^ \ £ oMAHA ^ HAYPRESS CO . I 10 S . 16 th St . Omaha , Neb . HESSliBi Mlmlll , IK Tills represents the \ W ( k FAMOUS IHllKvl ! STEAM FEED fMlGO-: OKER r M ilBi ; J I It is the only steamer made where IhB f THE WATER SURROUNDS THE FIRE 1 TIBKJI * ox . Glves the lftr 8 est Keating i Ilffi & l - surface and m...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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The Week [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 29 January 1898

The Week Such a storm as comes rarely in these days , but which tradition tells us were frequent visitants in the once upon a time period of our country s history , swept over a large section of the Union last Saturday night , burying several states beneath a very deluge of snow , and causing much damage . A wind whose velocity at Chicago is placed at sixty-eight miles an hour , raged for some ten hours , and the only thing lacking to complete the conditions of a genuine blizzard was a very low temperature . As it was , one man at least became bewildered in the streets of Chicago and for hours lay in a stupor in the snow where he was found early Sunday morning , badly frozen , but still alive , and he is now on the road to recovery . The condition of this city as a consequence of the storm is indescribable . The street railways at this writing are with difficulty running a few cars ; those reaching to the suburbs were compelled to abandon all service . The effect of such a state of ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Growing Sugar Beets [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 29 January 1898

Growing Sugar Beets On another page , this week , we publish an article from the pen of that veteran root grower , A . X . Hyatt , of Sheboygan , Wis . In this article we are told that Mr . Hyatt produced , last season , the enormous crop of 10 , 000 bushels of Swedes ( rutabagas ) and turnips on ten acres of land . This shows that root-growing in Wisconsin may be made a great success , and when we remember that the land on which this great crop was grown has constantly grown better and has been freed from weeds to a great extent we understand why it is that Mr . Hyatt talks about growing roots at all times and under all circumstances . He may well do this , for he has proven that he is right by making a success as a dairyman as well as a farmer . The subject suggests that sugar beets might be grown as a feed for cattle in the place of Swedes and turnips with profit to the grower . They certainly could be grown as cheaply to the acre and the crop should not be very much if any small...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
What the Farmers Want [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 29 January 1898

What the Farmers Want The members of the St . Joseph County ( Ind . ) Farmers institute at its recent session adopted a series of resolutions which show pretty clearly that the farmers of that county are wide-awake and know exactly what they want . These resolutions declared for woman suffrage ; rural free delivery of mail ; postal savings banks ; railroad transportation for 2 cents a mile ; an honest ticket ; the election of United States senators by popular vote ; reduction of the salaries of public officers to . conform to the ratio paid other forms of labor and the times ; for the teaching of the primary branches of agriculture in the public schools ; for the consolidation of the country schools into township high schools ; for the distribution of public school money so that country schools can obtain as good schools as towns ; for a pure-food law ; for a better representation of agricultural interests in the foreign consular service , and for sending farmers children to Purdue ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 29 January 1898

Published Weekly by THB F ARMERS VOICE , 334 Dearborn Street , Chicago , lilt W . H , BURKE , J . C . BILUNGSI , EA , EDITOR . BUSINESS MANAGER . MIDLER PURVIS , ASSOCIATE EDITOR . Entered at Chicago Post-Office as Second-Class Matter . Terms of Subscription : One Copy One Year One Dollar . Advertising Rates : Twenty-five Cents per Aerate T < ine . Make all Drafts or Orders payable and address all communt rations to THE FARMERS VOICE , 334 Dearborn Street , Chicago . ; THE FARMERS VOICE Co ., 334 Dearborn St ., Chicago . Ill , CHICAGO , JANUARY 29 , 188 B .

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Currency and Other Reforms [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 29 January 1898

Currency and Other Reforms An Iowa subscriber , whose contributions to this journal are always received with pleasure , complains in this issue of the dearth of currency reform discussion in The Farmers Voice , and forthwith proceeds to prove the wisdom of silence upon that much-mooted but little understood subject . It is doubtless true that no two men are exactly agreed upon just the sort of currency reform desired . Even President McKinley is in doubt , and Secretary Gage , while declaring that the president is for the single standard , is confronted by Senators Chandler and Wolcott , fresh from a White house visit , with the statement that the chief executive is a loyal bimetallist . Let us stop for one moment to consider what it is that the people seek to accomplish through currency reform , and it may aid us to understand why and how so great divergence exists . Ask the average citizen , and he will say he seeks a restoration of the good old times when there were work and wage...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Penalties of Forest Destruction [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 29 January 1898

Penalties of Forest Destruction A few years ago the frost line was well up to the northern line of Florida , and orange groves were planted in nearly every portion of that state without fear of freezing . After thousands of acres of orange orchards had come into bearing and the Florida orange had won an enviable reputation for its good qualities , after the business of growing oranges had , seemingly , been firmly established , there came in the winter of 1894-95 a black frost and men saw the labor of years brought to naught in the space of a single night of freezing weather . Records were consulted and it was found that so great a degree of cold had not been experienced for something like forty years before , and while a good many gave up their hopes of a fortune from the profits of orange growing , others set bravely to work to repair the damage , growing vegetables in the meantime . Vegetable growing proved to be so profitable that it was said the freeze had been a blessing to Fl...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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An Example of Co-operation [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 29 January 1898

An Example of Co-operation Last week The Farmers Voice contained some suggestions on the subject of co-operative fruit selling , and it gives us pleasure to be able to show how this method of disposing of fruit crops works in actual practice . In Pennsylvania there is an organization known as the Chautauqua & Erie Grape company , which controls 80 per cent of the grapes grown in Chautauqua and Erie counties . Last year the crop was very heavy , Northeast township , in Erie county , producing 700 cars containing over 2 , 000 , 000 baskets , which if placed end to end would have reached 500 miles . If this immense crop had beeii sold by the individual vineyardists it would have been sold at a price that would have meant ruin . While the price was unsatisfactory , it was much higher than it would have been without co-operation by the growers in finding a market , and J . H . Reed , a member , writing to a local paper , declares strongly for co-operation as the only means of...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
The German Demand for Apples [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 29 January 1898

The German Demand for Apples The Chinese were probably the originators of the saying that our blessings come disguised , and a blessing of this kind seems to have been conferred on tho growers of American apples when they got the big crop of 1890 . Consul-General Mason of Frankfort says in a recent report that the heavy importations from the crop of 189 G has led to a demand for the much higherpriced crop of this year , showing a demand so persistent that even high prices cannot check it . Mr . Mason says the fruit from American orchards has made sufficient disturbance among German apple growers that they are taking steps to improve their fruit , but he doubts their ability to do so . He thinks the humid climate of northern Europe can never produce as good a quality of apples as are grown in this country . The German press has sounded the alarm and is warning their orchardists that they are losing their home market to the Americans and urging measures to recover what is almost entir...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
" THE MAN WITH A HOE" [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 29 January 1898

THE MAN WITH A HOE I ) By Harry Nuell Carew . M W ITH much interest and profit have I read Mrs . Merediths instructive address delivered before the Breeders and Feeders convention at St . Paul , as it appeared in The Farmers Voice of last week . While I recognize the fact that stock breeders have made a vast improvement over the native . stock of the different countries of the world—this improvement marking the advance of Western civilization—I think Mrs . Meredith accords too much credit to stock-breeding , by assuming it to be the basis of all great agriculture . It seems to me that the horticulturist and agriculturist have had something to do with advancement along agricultural lines , and in making agriculture profitable , permanent and progressive . Without going into the niceties of the question and arguing for or against evolution and the theory of the selection of the fittest , it may be said that so far as the history of man goes back nature has never improved on itself . W...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Agriculture . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 29 January 1898

Agriculture . Principles of Seed Selection The principles governing seed selection depend largely upon the kind of seed and the object of the crop , whether size , quality , or earliness of the latter is most desired . It also makes some difference whether the plants are to be grown for forage or seed . Certain climates , soils and fertilizers tend to seed production rather than ; to vegetative development , and a plant may be cultivated and selected for Its seed-producing capacity until a strain of seed is obtained which tends to yield plants possessing similar seed fertility . If quality , rather than quantity of crop be the object , the selection of seed must follow a certain line in order to secure plants of the desired characteristics . Seed may be selected according to its origin , color , form ( considering especially whether it is plump or wrinkled ) , size and weight , it being taken for granted that the selection shall be made only from sound , pure and germinable stock . ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 29 January 1898

No More Scrofula Not a Symptom of the Affliction Since Cured by Hood s . When our daughter was two years old she broke out all over her face and head with scrofula sores . Nothing that we did for her seemed to do any good . We became discouraged , but one day saw Hood s Sarsaparilla so highly recommended that we decided to try it . The first bottle helped her , and after taking six bottles her face was smooth and we have not seen any signs ot scrofula returning . SILAS VBRNOOY , West Park , New York . Get only Hood s because HOOCl S pafffla Is the best-in fact the One True Blood Purifier , u ji r »« ii cure nausea , indigestion , MOOd S flUS biliousness . constipation , I : | 22 moB > | is I M lam ^ r 4 : gSSs if * * comStO S &• ? R • | 0 J ^ Q VVVVVVvVVVVVvVVVVV £ I * siiff 2 . g , s , g § a »» gss ? ea • ! • aa OS s s-ciSo „*>§ s & g w « | 5 |^|? r *§ asters 3 • hS ffsie ^ MgEfim : i : i !! giio ! yi ! S z : i : ! ilHi IlNH | i H ! : L...

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Garden and Orchard [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 29 January 1898

Garden and Orchard Setting Trees in the Spring I have read the article by N . J . Shepherd , Setting Out Trees in Spring , and wish to add a few words , not to find fault , but to give a further idea of the importance and advantage there is in the preparation of the land in the fall or early winter when spring planting is intended . The land to be set out should have a slope in some direction . Stake off the rows for the trees with the slope of the land , then with a team and a good plow commence to back-furrow right in the center between where the rows of trees are to be . Keep on plowing and manage to have a dead furrow just where the row of trees is to stand , and plow this as deep as you can with your plow ; do this for every row of trees ; Then if you have some coarse litter haul and put in these trenches and let them be for awhile , and then take your team and plow and fill these all up by back-furrow-ing until tho ground is level and the dead furrow just in the center between...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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