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Our Boys and Girls [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 29 January 1898
Our Boys and Girls Grandma = Land mwe s a wonderful country far away , and Its name is Grandma-Land ; , 1 , beautiful , glorious , witching place with grandmas on every hand , Everywhere you may look or go . Everywhere that the breezes blow , just grandmammas ! Just grandmammas ! . . . this beautiful country far away where grandmammas abide , in this beautiful , witching Grandma-Land The good things wait on every sideJam and jelly-cake heaped in piles ; Tarts and candy round for miles ; r ust good things here ! Just good things there ! in this wonderful country , far , afar , Where blow the candy breezes , -in this beautiful , glorious pudding-land Each child does just as he pleases . All through the night , all through the day , Every single child has his way . Each his own way ! Just as he pleases ! In this wonderful country far away—In this gorgeous grandma clime—When tired children can eat no more , There are stories of Once on a Time . Stories are told and songs are sung , Of w...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 29 January 1898
| Your Stomach j | tells You 5 byactionstliatspeakloudortlian 5 w words—when It , can not . perform the V 0 tusk expected of it . Only a sound and 0 \ healthy stomach can nssistlii building \ W up tho system . Avoid dyspepsia by W 0 taking 0 l Dr . Peter s J \ Blood \ I Vitalizer , \ J the old Swiss-German remedy . Itregu- x w lates and strengthens tho digestive w 0 organs while it purifies the blood and 0 J invigorates the system . J V It was discovered by an old German V 0 physician and has been in use for over m 5 100 years , though not extensively ad- J T vertlsed . It seldom fails to cure all W 0 diseases caused by impoverished or 0 5 impure blood or from disordered J w stomach . w 0 No Drug-Store medicine ; sold only by 0 5 regular Vitalizer agents . \ w Persons livinc where there are no acents W d for Dr . Peters Blood Vitalizer can , by send- ^ W InjrKMX ) , obtain twelve tfo-cent bottles direct W 0 from tho proprietor . This offer can be M K obtained only once by the same p...
The Markets [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 29 January 1898
The Markets Live Stock flarket Cattle—Quotations were as follows : Fancy native steers , 1500 @ 1700 lbs . ? 5 . 35 @ 5 . 50 Choice to extra steers , 1300 @ 1500 i DS 5 . 00 @ 6 . S 5 Good to choice steers , 1200 @ 1500 lbs 4 . 40 @ 5 . 25 Fat , plain steers , 130 O @ 16 OO lbs 4 - 1 E gf ?§ Poor to fair steers , 00001200 lbs .... 3 . 6504 . 15 Common butchers steers 3 $ 0 @ fXS Good to choice cows and heifers .. 3 . 25 @ 4 . 25 Fair to good cows and heifers .... 2 . 60 @ 3 . 35 Poor to good canning cows 2 , 25 @ 2 .. 5 Stackers and feeders , 70001100 lbs .. 3 . 2504 . 50 Native veal calves , 1000400 lbs 4 . 0007 . 00 Export bulls BMf * Feeding and bologna bulls 2 . 5003 . 15 Wisconsin cattle—Best cows l-I ^ JJt Fair to good cows 2 . 3502 . 75 Canning cows .. 2 . 1502 . 75 Heifers 2 . 6003 . 10 Oxen 3 . 0003 . 75 Bulls ; 2 . 2502 . 90 Calves 4 . 0007-00 Stockers ( 450 to 700 lbs ) 2 . 6003 . 40 Feeders ( 750 to 950 lbs ) 3 . 1003 . 70 Hogs—Quotations are as follows : Good to choice ...
OUR WEEKLY REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 29 January 1898
OUR WEEKLY REVIEW Receipts To-Day , 19 , 000 Cattle , 26 ,. 000 Hogs , 20 , 000 Sheep Cattle Market 10 to 15 c Lower , Choice Active , Others Slow at the Decline Hog Market Opened 5 c Lower , Closing 10 c Lower Sheep Market 10 c Lower CATTLE The receipts of cattle BO far this week are 46 , 000 , against 47 , 101 for the corresponding time last week . Last week s total was almost exactly the same as the previous week , being 49 , 757 , against 43 ,- 536 in 1887 and 50 , 036 in 1896 . Last Friday , with only 2 , 711 , and a few export orders here , we had a sharp trade and anything good enough for that demand sold quickly at strong prices . The medium and handy weights were taken at steady figures because of the small supply . We looked for a heavy run on Monday , but we had a very bad storm , which seemed to be general , and although the estimated supply was 16 , 500 , the actual receipts proved to be only 14 ,- 106 , and as a consequence all desirable cattle 7 / ere disposed of at s...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 29 January 1898
Iffll JOSEPH AOAM &amp; -GEORGE J . ADAMS . ^ A . W . KITCHIN ., Ij | fl I Ami * , AHU ADAMS SONS &amp; KJTCHIK , tflU I 1 fHR JOAN ^ ESTABLISHED 1861 • ^ IN , W § JF 1 | S C fifi |^ VE TOGKOMMISSION 1 ¦ UNION STOCK YARDS , CHICAGO , III ., 1 illJI AND U NION STOCK YARDS , SOUTH OMAHA , NEB ., AND KANSAS CITY , MO . Willi
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 29 January 1898
~ C /» s fJjtZ * L ICA f % ii CDC I A NEW WAY TO £ ^*^&lt; % rl 1 ARMEItd ! i S ELL YOUR GRAIN . jBUiSJ- 3 1 # ^* : f THfiTEADofsellinsyourgrein &amp; thomeshipittous Iflffiff femtfliay WP ™ J- a » d save middleman s profit . We have Saved 9 . Jt ^ sf f ^^ mi Former * Thousands of Dollar * . Why dont nttrMnf fji YOU try it ! Address for fuU particulars , , \ IVill \) S M « U \ . ^* S A T l » r »» -jI . * f *« fV »* Board of Trade . IP nfcK . • nSvARJcflic CO * CHICA «« . * - T / -N--JJ ° ~ Jfc , . r .. . m ||||| n | m — m lf ti - : p ! 55 SStlyoOTo &lt; ib ? nsin ? DB ^ Hl ![ 5 H 3 !^ • enTftee onInSon of thii publication . THE DR . WHITEHALL MEGRIMINE CO ., South Bend Indiana , BEE-KEEPERS TOSfUSS SUPPLIES IN TH E MARKET and tell them at low prlcei . Send for Free Illustrated Catalogue , and Price List , &lt; J . B . LEWIS CO ., Watertowa , Wia . W WHEN WRITING ADVERTISERS PtEASB MENTION THE FARMERS VOICE . THE TERRORS OF CONSUMPTION Remarkable Disco...
Chess [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 29 January 1898
Chess SOLUTIONS . End Game No , 16 . — In regard to end game No . 16 , by Nelson Hald : 7 R-R 8 In lieu o £ text by Lhommede , 7 K-S 7 , I think makes the 28 move O . K . Yours , R . A . Bachia ( New York ) . Mr . Hald s method was as follows : 1 P-R 7 K-KR 8 ( a ) 15 K-S 5 K-K 4 () 2 K-S 4 K-KJ 10 K-KS cli K-Q 4 • 3 K-S 5 K- ~ xch 17 K-1 S 4 K-Q 5 4 K-R 6 R-RSci 18 K-Q 8 ch K-fit 5 K-S 7 R . S 8 th 1 ) K-K 1 ch K-BS 1 . K-118 ( b ) R-BScli 20 R-H 8 cli K-S 4 • 7 K-S 8 K-S 8 ch 21 KR 1 ch K-S 5 8 R-S 7 R-KR 8 22 K-S 8 ch K R 4 9 CKf ( Q ) RxQ ch 23 K-B 4 K-R 3 10 KxR K-K 4 24 K-BS K-R 2 1 | K-R 7 K-U 3 25 R-S 6 K- ^ l 1 JK-S 8 K-114 26 KB 6 K-R 2 1 K-K 6 K-K 4 ( c ) 27 K-B 7 K-Kl 14 K--6 K-io 28 R-K 6 ( e ) mate . ( a ) I £ R-SS ch , K-R 2 . ( b ) If 6 K-RS , Black draws . ( c ) If 13 ..., K-B 5 , then 14 R-K 8 shortens mate . ( d ) lf 13 ..., K-K 6 , 16 R-KS . ( e ) While play on both sides may be varied in many ways , yet with Black s best play White cannot mate sooner than above ...
Checkers . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 29 January 1898
Checkers . All subscriptions , renewals , etc ., on acoonnt of chseki • rs . rhould be addressed to CHECKER EDITOR . Games , problems , etc ., gladly examined . THE NUMBERED BOARD . The u ;&gt;(&gt;&gt; tlw . ys occupy the squares from l to II In Juslve , and the whites tbe squares from 21 to 92 In . elusive . The player who has blacks in the first game should take whites in the second , and so on , becorang a customed to either color , and to reading the numbers from either side of the board . / We give this week a . selection of positions from the Clipper s excellent Checker Department . PROBLEM NO . 2 . Prize Problem . —By Lyman M . Stearns , Derry Depot , N . H . Black 4 7 14 18 28 K 1 . White 31 24 19 12 9 K 27 5 . Black to play and White to win . To the one sending the author , at the above address , the best solution ( of not less than six variations ) not later than May 1 , 1898 , he will give Vol . 2 , Book of Portraits ; for second best solution he ...
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 29 January 1898
WHEN OTHERS FAIL CONSULT DOCTOR SWEANY , For the speedy and permanent cure of all NERVOUS , CHRONIC AND PRIVATE Diseases , even In their most aggravated forms . There Is no one man in the world who hns performed so many permanent cures in both Men ami 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 fruin many years of experience . YOUNCr MKM suffering from any of tho many ailments resulting from Indiscretions of youth or men of niiiinrer years suffering from exce &amp; sosof any kind should consult him without delay , place themselves under his treatment and have lost strength , manly vigor and confidence restored . % AI ft IT P if you cannot call , a letter II 111 I hi carefully describing your symptoms and he will send to yon In plain envelope his scientific ami honest opinion of your case...
Books , Magazines and Catalogues [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 29 January 1898
Books , Magazines and Catalogues From George McKerrow , superintendent of institutes for Wisconsin , we have a very valuable publication entitled A Hand-book of Agriculture . It contains a selection of the best papers read before the Wisconsin farmers institutes last season , together with those read before the round-up institute at Appleton last spring . Agriculture , horticulture , live stock breeding , poultry and bee-keeping , home adornment , cooking and other things of interest to farmers and their wives . Wisconsin institutes jiave a national fame , and the papers at the annual round-up institutes are always by men of national reputation . This makes this work one of great value . It is neatly bound in cloth and contains 274 pages , with a large number of half-tone engravings . Sent post-paid in Wisconsin for 25 cents ; to other states for 40 cents . Address George McKerrow , Madison , Wis . * * * The Illinois Steel Company , Chicago , U . S . A ., is the title of a beautiful...
The Tornado Feed Cutter [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 29 January 1898
The Tornado Feed Cutter Our illustration shows the Tornado Feed Cutter , which is advertised in another column . This machine cuts and tears the hardest cornstalks with or without the ears , and without additional attachments or increase of power . It is equally good for cutting hay , straw or grain in the sheaf , and may be provided with carriers to . deliver In the mow . It is made in ten sizes and is adapted to the smallest as well as the largest farm . It saves money for everyone feeding stock with feed prepared by it . No strawy manure , no long corn stalks In the litter where the Tornado is used . Send for particulars , and mention The Farmers Voice . Address W . R . Harrison &amp; Co ., Massillon , Ohio .
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 29 January 1898
Direct from Distiller FSMI [ FOUR I tftConmimer ^ i- QUART S lOVUUdUUl ^ l ExpreSS p aid . j Saving Middlemens Profits , t ~ .. —« - «« . Preventing Possibility of Adulteration . We are distillers with a wide reputation ; f 30 years standing . We sell to consumers direct , so that our whiskey may be pure when it reaches you . Adulterated whiskey is dangerous , abominable , yet it is almost impossible to get pure whiskey from dealers . We have tens of thousands of customers who never buy elsewhere . We want more of them , and we make this offer to get them : We will send four full quart bottles of Hayner s Seven Year Old Double Copper Distilled Rye for $ 3 . 20 , Express Prepaid . We ship in plain packages—no marks to Indicate contents ( which will avoid possible comment ) . When you get it and test It , if it isn t satisfactory return it at our expense and we will return your $ 3 . 20 . Such whiskey can not be purchased elsewhere for less than $ 5 . 00 . We are the only distillers s...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 29 January 1898
^ jjgj ^ jjjj ^^^ j ^ gj ^^ gggjIjQ ELP TAHK HEATERS y £ s ^ are made of one piece of cast Iron . Being t &lt; 4 e 5 &gt;; heavy they will not crack , burn or rust TBfcr . * out . They are BASE Mm fiSB § cr- &lt; L */ BURIVERS . Sent to IMSPl InHilILk / iff ! responsible parties on 111 !| 1 B J &amp; I ntUF WEFK TPIAI If 1 1 li Piljfllffll WECI \ I RIAL Hi 1 || I ilJi !! : !^ H || l | l * We also make the Suill 1 III 11 li BSifflW Pcrlor Aurora Steam W 1 II * ial i ! rr ™ lsll l * 00 1 looker . Send for 111 li ! iySH ?^ l AGENTS WANTED . ill f ^ ^ MHffi ELI l A „ N | , Ei ? C 0 * * Smm ^ in n n n n . ILLINOIS . A Bn . hel In 8 X nates . Hand or Power . Easier , better , cheaper man grinding , Cattle chew eob and all to a pulp . No waste , no trouble , no mistake . We could not make machines fast enough if cattle feed- • n everywhere kn , w the rent v . ue of solit corn for feeding . Write us while you think of it—a postal . FOINJiEXTEB MFG . CO ., Ind...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 29 January 1898
% 99 %% 9 * % ***** % 9 t MMM 9 ( MsTvMM 9 fw 9 § 9 N 99 MviMWMMv 9 Mvf V MM WMNTC WW IMillN IHQT SKIMMING WINS THE DAY X It is a significant fact that the first premium at the • I Minnesota State Dairymen s Convention , held at New Ulms , Z • - $% December , 3897 , was taken by butter made from Pasteur- g S ***^ gy ¦ ized milk by the Albert Lea Creamery Association , Albert t x J ^^ B ^ Uj ^ Mf ^ SSJSS ^ slhi ^^ : ^ m ^^ m ^ m ^ jea Minn ., the only creamery in the Western States where a • / n—^^^^ tf $ ffi 0 ^^^ wwfil ^ p ^^^^^^ , i TntrmTitir nttrmpt bin hrrn mnrir to make butter from 5 S iM ^^ S ^ L- ^ j ^ g JIWP ^^ When we further take into consideration— 9 IlS ^ ff ^^ SjjilHH the better keeping qualities pf the butter , | eft V ^ mHBs ^ B the advantages of Pasteurized milk to the farmers , | EH t 3 £ LWmWLm and in addition that the REID 8 SEPABATOR will skim 3 , 500 • mL ^~ , T $ SEmm % mmm llls - ^^ u P wards P or ^ our , 1 * 8 *™ % scarcely a trace of fat Z ! J 2 J Mfc , J ^...