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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 February 1898

When lore knocks at a woman s heart lie usually comes in disguise . Doesnt want it known what he s up to . If she knew all about the little rascal , would she let him in ? Thats a question . Women are apt to look upon love and marriage as purely a matter of sentiment and affection . That is pretty nearly right ; yet there is a practical side to it too ; and the best way to preserve the ideal aspect of marriage and maternity is not to forget the practical part of it . A woman cannot be a thoroughly flippy wife and mother unless the distinctive physical organism of her sex is in a healthy arid vigorous condition . The best friend that woman ever had is the Favorite Prescription , of Dr . R . V . Pierce , Chief Consulting Physician of the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute , Buffalo , N Y . The Prescription , is iur a perfect and infallible remeuy cv « y form of female weakness . It cures by restoring health and strength to the internal organism , which { cannot be reached by local ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 February 1898

Italian j ¥ ^ * +. * +. * m Take the Ua 4 KPP C when It comet M M ^ J ^^^ to business . fly Queens are number one . Bay of me once and you will again . « -fiend for FREE Circular . J . O . GRinSLEY , Byrdstown , Tenn . Vember of National Queen Breeders Union . THOROUGHBRED . , m , ^ POULTRY . | A LIGHT BRAHMAS , Part- JH B ^ IKI ridge Cochins . Buff Cochins ^ H ^^ B | Black Langshans , Barred ^ B ^ - , ^ H |* Plymouth Bocks , Silverf _ f _*_*_*_* p Wyandottes , S . C . Brown WAWAWAV Leghorns . Bronze Turkeys ^ W \ W Illustrated Catalog , treating Jp on all diseases of Poultry , fl Worth $ 1—FREE FOB ST & MP . J ^ - O . E . SKOTER OoramlrakKas * r AFTER YOU TRY IT , --j ^ KfiS ^ - ^^ Buy no Incubator and pay for It rC-2 Ea 22 ^ 9 P ? l before giving It a trial . I w ^*** ± —zV &!\\ We send y ° n oura Dn t ™ i * ^ ot ° cen * P * M IHamBBSl Hy ^ untlltried . AcbildcanrunHwithfimlnutw IHT ^^^ TL KrU attention dally . First Prlie at Worlds Fair . I L * K I Rrsfc M...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
The Farmers' Forum [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 February 1898

The Farmers Forum The Farmers Forum Invites communications nil or . subjects from whatever point of view , the edl to ? of THS VOIOJS assuming no responsibility whatever for the ideas expressed No communication should exceed 300 words in length , The Crime of 73 To the Editor : —Mr . Cook wants a symposium on money matters . The undersigned claims to be away upin financial science , simply because he has obtained his views from an away up authority—the encyclopedias . The act of February 12 , 1873 , called by some The Crime of 1873 , contained sixty-seven sections . It was matured in commitee and presented to congress as an act to regulate the details of . coinage at the mint . The act made no change in the old unit dollar , but it omitted to mention it as one of the coins to be made at the mint and practically accomplished its demonetization . This act , which demonetized silver , except for small change , was known but by few to have that effect tor two or three years after its pa...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
$ 1 , 612 , 329 , 544 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 February 1898

$ 1 , 612 , 329 , 544 Those are the figures which , according to Statistician John Hyde of the agricultural department at Washington , represent the value of the cereal products of this country , with hay and potatoes added , for the year 1897 . When is aded to these figures the magnificent results of animal industry—the beef , mutton , . wool ; the horses raised , the poultry and eggs and honey produced , and the market value of the fruit and vegetable products for the year , we may gather some idea of the vastness of our agricultural interests , and of how great importance to the welfare of the nation is the weal of the American farmer . The aggregate increase in the value of horses , mules , milch cows , cattle , sheep and hogs amounts to $ 150 , 053 , 000 , this , too , in the face of the fact that there are now fewer cattle , horses and mules in the country than there were a year ago . The total value of the clases of live stock enumerated above is $ 2 , 037 , 012 , 000 . As il...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Germany ' s Exclusion of American Fruits [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 February 1898

Germany s Exclusion of American Fruits Just as we go to press a cablegram announces that the Prussian minister of finance , Dr . Miguel , has issued a decree which goes into effect immediately prohibiting the importation of every Kind of American fresh fruit . The decree has been sent to all the German ports and frontier stations excepting Bavaria , Saxony and Wurtemburg , The United States embassy was not previously warned and the United States ambassador , Mr . Andrew D . White , sent a formal letter to the foreign office to-day inquiring upon what authority this inimical step was taken . The United States consul at Hamburg , Dr . Hugh Pitcairn , telegraphs that 16 ,- 000 barrels of American apples have been forbidden to be unloaded , and that two trains full of American fruit have also been forbidden to cross the frontier at Emmerich , which , aside from Hamburg , is the principal place of entry for American fruit . On receipt of this news Mr . White sent a second and stronger re...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 February 1898

THAT TERROR of MOTHERS . How it was overcome by a Nova Scotian mother Who is well known as an author . Of all the evils that attack children scarcely nny other is more dreaded tliau croup . It so often conies in the night . The danger is so great . The climax is so sudden . It is no wonder that Mrs . W . J . Dickson ( better known under her pen name of Stanford Eveleth , ) calls it the terror of mothers . Nor is it any wonder that she writes in terms of praise and gratitude for the relief which she has found both from her own anxieties , and for her children s ailments , in Dr . J . C . Ayer s Gherry Pectoral . Memory does not recall the time when Dr . Ayer s Cherry Pectoral was not used in our family , for throat and lung troubles . That terror of mothers—the startling , croiipy cough—never alarmed me , so long as I had a bottle of Ayer s Cherry Pectoral in the house to supplement the hot-water . hath . When suffering with whooping cough , in its worst form , and articulation was i...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 February 1898

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Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Woman and Home [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 February 1898

Woman and Home While Baby Sleeps Tho restless hands , so keen for play , Lie clinched and do not stir , Her breath so light it scarce would sway A web of gossamer ; Her baby voice that coos and crows , In sweetest cadence keeping , Is hushed ; tho house no music knows While baby s sleeping . Her sunny eyes , that when they rise Dawn daytimes of delight , Behind their fringing cafiopies Have set , and it is night . Five little toes the cover shows Beyond its edge just peeping , Fair as a pink live petaled rose , AAMiile baby s sleeping . See ! On the pillow here I ve found Golconda s treasures now—The golden curls that cluster round My darling s cheek and brow . Her lips just parted in a smile , Some pretty secret keeping ; An angel whispers to her while My baby s sleeping . —J . L . Heaton . The Tone of the Home Mamma , it s home even in the cellar when youre there and It s not home even in the back parlor when youre not there ! Such was the beautiful compliment with which a blue-ey...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 February 1898

FIBROID TU 10 B Expelled by Lydla E . PJukham a Vegetable Compound . MES . B . A . LOMBARD , Box 71 , Westdale , Mass ., writes : I have reason to think that I would not be here now if it had not been for LydiaE . Pinkham s Vegetable Compound . It cured me of a fibroid tumor in my womb . Doctors could donothingforme , and they could not cure me at the hospital , I will tell you about it : I had been in my usual health , but had worked quite hard . When my monthly period came on , I flowed very badly . The doctor gave me medicine , but it did me no good . He said the flow must be stopped if possible , and he must find the cause of my trouble . Upon examination , he found there was a fibroid tumor in my womb , and gave me treatmentwithout any benefit whatever . About that time a lady called on me , and recommended Lydia E . Pinkham s Vegetable Compound ; said she owed her life to it . I said I would try it , and did . Soon after the flow became more natural and regular . I still conti...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 February 1898

the irrigation Review Edited by D . W . WOBKINO One Dollar a Year Ten Cents a Copy The Beview is published monthly at the Capital of the Great Irrigated Region . It will be indispensable to every one who irrigates , —whether frou ditch , hose , or watering-pot . The Irrigation Review , Denver . Colo ^ y 4 UJ ] rjjC i 4 V ^ a s u peaeeinanelghborhoodifthefences # 5 at JB are bad . The remedy ! BuyandbuUd \\ M <? £ 3 « OYCLONE FENCE J 7 gS 5 M imdbepeaceable , happyandcontent . \\ s J ^ L ^ wq yg EymrrHiHGi A ^ ^ II ^^ CYCLOMETEHDE M . MUVyM ^ lr ^ H int makei the Kitselmrm Fence fa *^ Duplex Automatic Machine jouH flea and 00 rods per day of tbeH DutWoTea TVlreFenoeonEtrth , ™ Hone-high , Bull-strong , Plg-UshtH FOR 182 PERRODl Cblckea fence 10 c . Rabbit-proof ¦ fence 10 c and a good Hog fence ¦ Spring Slid Barbed Wire to farm- I en as wholesale prices . Catalogue ¦ FEES for the asking . Address . ¦ > X 46 > Bldgefllle , Indlane ^ J LX MIIW MACHINE I...

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Our Boys and Girls [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 February 1898

Our Boys and Girls False Kindness .. • he softest little fluff of-fur ! The gentlest , most persuasive puir Oh ! everybody told me that She was the loveliest little cat , go when she on the table sprung , And lapped the cream with small red tongue , T only gently put her down And said , No , No and tried to frown : But if I had been truly kind , . I should have made that kitten mind ! jlow , large and quick , arid strong of will , Shell spring upon the table still , And , spite of all my watchful care , Will snatch the choicest dainties there And everybody says , Scat ! scat ! She s such a dreadful , dreadful cat ! But I , who hear them , know with shame , I only am the one to blame , For in the days when she was young , And lapped the cream with small red tongue , Had I to her been truly kind , I should have made that kitten , mind . —Marion Douglas . How Tom Earned His Pony Mr . Russel walked over to the dingy little shop where the miners of the King Midas mine pointed their drill...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 February 1898

What is the best laundry soap in the world ? DOBBINS ELECTRIC , of course . Everybody knowsthat . Whatisitsprice ? Just reduced to 8 cents a bar , or two for 15 cents . Then Til use no other .

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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AFFECTS EVERY ORGAN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 February 1898

AFFECTS EVERY ORGAN Does That Host Dreadful of Diseases-Chronic Catarrh . Over half of the people have catarrh in some form or another , and yet prob ably not a tenth of these people know that their disease is catarrh . One person says he has Bright s disease ; another consumption ; another female complaint . These people would he very much surprised to hear that they were all suffering with chronic catarrh ; but it is so , nevertheless . Bach one of these troubles , and a great many more , are simply catarrh ; that is , chronic inflammation of the mucous lining of whichever organ is affected . Any internal remedy that will cure catarrh in one location will cure it in any other location . This is why Pe-ru-na has become so justly famous in the cure of catarrhal diseases . It cures catarrh wherever located . Its cures remain . Pe-ru-na does not palliate ; it cures . Dr . Hartman has recently compiled into book form several of his lectures on chronic catarrh , which he has delivered a...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 February 1898

f * * > iSB s > aw RjFI . ^ s ^ S 9 C ** C A ^¦ Q ^^^ T Hardest things in the house to clean . Most ^^ Hbu gj ^^ mr contrary things to keep clean . Most unpleasant ^ i ^ H ^ s m ^^ T when not cleaned . Are made clean and kept blean ^^ Hfl W ^ r easily with that enemy of oil and grease and dirt— ^ HII 1 fiO WLRm * Washins wmm f W D 05 T Pmier KB I Largest package—greatest economy . 1 spyjnnm-lif I THE N . K . PAIRBANK COMPANY , i iUvKaifeS ^ % Chicago . St . Louis . New York . Boston . Philadelphia . § $£ < Dl )| 9 | fir | | ThT 9 I Klondike ¦ ! f If you are interested and wish to ^ ? post yourself about the Gold Fields i A of the Yukon Valley , when to go A 5 and how to get there , write for a z ? Descriptive Folder and Map of ? y Alaska . It will be sent free upon f 4 application to T . A . GRADY , Ex- i I cursion Manager C . B . & Q . R . R ., I g 211 Clark Street , Chicago . m ( - • - •• - • • •• - •• - •(?(? IERE IS A PUZZLL 5 S 8 §! ...

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The Markets [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 February 1898

The Markets Live Stock flarket Cattle-Quotations were as follows : Fancy native steers , 1500 @ r 70 O lbs . ? 5 . 3 o © o . 5 U Choice to extra steers , 1300 @ 1500 lbs D . 00 @ i ) . Ja Good to choice steers , 1200 @ 1500 ]) jg 4 . 00 « lo . 2 u Fat plain steers . 1300 @ l ( i 00 lbs ...... ¦ t-30 @ 4 . b 0 Poor to fair steers , 900 ( 0 ) 1200 lbs .... ijgH . s ? Common butchers steers . ?/™ J- H . w Good to choice cows and heifers .. 3 . 2 o ® 4 . £ > Fair to good cows and heifers .... iww Poor to good canning : cows ........ ijwfw Stockers and feeders , 70001100 lbs .. ^ % j . ^ Native veal calves , 100 « 400 lbs .... 4 . O 0 @ i . 0 » Export bulls 3 . Wc | 4 . on Feeding and bologna bulls 2 . o 0 @ ii . lo Wisconsin Cattle- • .,-- «;< . or Best cows r ^ I ^ Fair to good cows i . So & . i . Canning cows • £ fin * Mlo Heifers • ; X | H ? nvp ,, 3 . 00 © i . ia S „ H , 2 . 25 Jt 2 . ! i 0 5 S es 4 . 0 W 7 . 00 Stockers ( 450 to TOO lbs ) 2 . OO 0 ...

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OUR WEEKLY REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 February 1898

OUR WEEKLY REVIEW Receipts To-Day , 7 , 500 Cattle , i 6 , „ ooo Hogs , 20 , 000 Sheep Cattle Market ioc Higher Hog Market ioc Higher Sheep Market Strong CATTLE Thursday , Feb . 3 , 1898 . The receipts of cattle up to to-night will be about 40 , 700 against 45 , 222 for the same time last week . Last week s total was 52 , 557 against 42 , 305 in 1897 and 47 , 675 in 1896 . The general trade for steers does not show very much change from the date of our last report . We had a liberal run last Friday , the official count being 6 , 921 . This was owing to the fact that a good many cattle intended for shipment early in the week were delayed and held hy the storm and got in on Thursday and Friday . There was no further decline quotable on Friday , about everything being sold out at about the same figures as Thursday s close . Monday opened with 14 ,- 393 , and as we have been quoting it much of the same right along , good cattle were steady to strong and others slow . Tuesday , with 3 , ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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