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Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 February 1898

M JOSEPH ADAMS V - - OEOROE J . ADAMS ~ ^ A . W . WITCHIN . • M I aloo ^ ^ SofSe ? ^• I I ^ IYE S TOCK C OMMISSION ? I I UNION S TOCK YARDS , CHICAGO , III * ., „ .. ¦ Hi ! AND UNION S TOCK % WOS . SOUTH OMAHA . NEB ., AND KANSAS CITY , MO . UU

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 February 1898

^ SMMSBSSSOSSB -WIND PUMPS PEKFSCTED .-Jorklner , breaking pump , mill , lifting platform , prevented by Spring . Hills last longer . Fay aft . r trial . Agents wanted . JEGI 8 MFG . CO ., Marshalltown , Iowa . STUMP PULLERS . Oar latest Improved Is the best . We make 4 sites , from $ 25 up . will do the work of fifteen men . Warranted against breakage . GRUBBERS CO ., LA CRESCENT , MINN . Sold m ON TRIAL I IMPERIAL MLumMmMmiAk PULVERIZER SSorebujrmg . { Jpetefson Mfg . Co ,, Kent , Ohio . _ WE SELL DIRECT TO THE FARMER . ^ MS ^ Steel Landslde Double Board Plow , iooo other . inicies . . jgaSS ^ j ^ jBji *^ H ™ , ll . SO IIAIIUOI ) PLOW CO ., Itox SOSMton , I 1 L DO YOU OWN A HORSE ? NO MORE BROKEN NAME STRINGS . V ^^ AGENTS * m ® J % fi smPLE ^* g $ ng £ ur STt \ n BY MAIL ^/¦ ^ TlAME FASTENER CQ Z 5 C . ¥ CHICAGO ILL . f Celebrated Kalamazoo FEED COOKER . Jlwle of Mcel Holler Plate . The Lest ami cheapest a rricultural Boiler for cooking all kind * o r Heil , heating cliet » a Vat...

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

Chess PROBLEM NO . 107 . Tournament Problem No . 5 . By Dr . S . Gold . Black , 9 pieces . White , S pieces . 7 r ; Q 7 ; Ipp SP b 2 ; IS 5 p ; lp 3 k IB ; 3 p 2 Rl ; 6 P 1 ; s 4 K 2 . White to play and mate in three moves . Solvers should send leading variations . Credit to solvers , 4 points . Estimate the problem : 30 points or less for beauty : 30 or less for difficulty ; 30 or less for finish of construction ; 10 points for originality of the position . END GAME NO . IS . From the British Chess Magazine : —The following instructive ending occurred in a game played at Dorpat ( Russia ) , between Herren F . Amelung and H . Werner . Black ( H . Werner ) . White ( F . Amelung ) to play . I I The game continued : 1 K ^ B 4 , P-R 7 ; 2 K-B 3 ! , P-R 8 ( Q ) ch ; 3 K-S 3 , Q ^ R 5 ch ; 4 KxQ , S-S 3 ch ; 5 K-S 3 , K-B 8 ; 6 R-B 2 ch ( White actually played R-R 6 , which wins , . but less quickly ) , K-S 8 ; 7 R-B 7 , S-Q 4 ; 8 R-Q 7 , K-S 6 ; 9 R-Q 3 , and wins . Black could have draw...

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i A Total DisaMlity Claim oi « 50 Paid to a Ian Wno fas Afterward Cured : [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 February 1898

i A Total DisaMlity Claim oi « 50 Paid to a Ian Wno fas Afterward Cured : The Monitor , a newspaper published at Meaford , Ont ., Canada , first discovered this case two years ago , and published it at length , which now seems , owing to the cure of it , to be a miracle . The facts were so remarkable that many people doubted the truth of them . They said : It is too remarkable ; it cannot possibly be true ; the paner is mistaken , and the man , although he may think himself cured , will soon relapse into his former condition , etc ., etc . The accuracy of Its report called In question , the Monitor determined to find out definitely whether the facts were as stated and whether the man would really stay cured . They accordingly kept a close watch on the case for two years after the first article appeared , and have just now published another article about it in which the original reports are completely verified , the cure is permanent , and they publish a fac simile of the check given...

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

Checkers . All subscription ., renewals , etc ., on account ot ohtefe tn . rhould be » ddre « BCd to CHECKER EDITOR . Qamei , problems , eto ., gladly examined . THE NUMBERED BOARD . The i ,.. ci . always occupy the squares from 1 to II In lustre , and the whites the squares from it to 38 Ineluslre . The player who hat blacks in the first game should take whites In the second , and so on , becom ng accustomed to either color , and to reading the numbers front either side of the board . / The following critical positions are corrections of previously accepted results , from the last edition of Lees Guide . POSITION NO . 11 . Blacks on 1 , 2 , 5 , 8 , 9 , 19 , 20 . Whites on 14 , 18 , 21 , 22 . 26 , 27 , 28 . This is from the Dyke opening , and has been considered a win for Black . But Mr . Morrall , of Liverpool , draws for white as follows : 14-10 5-14 . 27-33 8-12 23-18 9 _ 14 10-7 * 11-16 17-10 24-27 18-9 2-U 22-17 20-24 20—22 POSITION NO . 12 . Blacks on 1 , 6 , 9 , 10 , 12 , 14 ...

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 February 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 hm performed so many permanent cures in both Men an < 3 Women of troubles which other physicians of acknowledged ability had ulven up as hopeless as this eminent SPECIALIST . Nothing baffles his keen perception , his unerring diagnosis , nor his marvelous professional abilities , resulting from many years of experience . YOUNG MEN suffering from any of the many ailments resulting from Indiscretions of youth or men of nmlnrer years suffering from excesses ot any kind should consult him without delay , place themselves under his treatment and have lost strength , manly vigor and confidence restored % A # DITCT if you cannot call , a letter WWIAI I Ci carefully describing your symptoms and he will send to you In plain envelope his scientific and honest opinion of your case free of...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
The Race of the Age [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 February 1898

The Race of the Age What a race ! Our readers may ransack the pages of history for two thousand years but they wont And recorded another race like this one which means so much to millions of Americans . Here is what a studious observer who witnessed what he calls a preliminary heat says : „ , The train was just pulling out of Englewood , puffing and panting with its mighty efforts . As it slowly gained speed it came on a lot of tow-headed children roosting on a fence , Who shouted and waved as the cars came up and then , as if with a common impulse , every child leaped to the ground and began a race with ; the train . The race was of short duration . As the machine left the panting little runners behind , this gray haired onlooker sadly remarked : Young America all over . Nothing too swift for them to race against . Yes , you couldnt find a fitter exemplification of the familiar saying The child is the father of the man than in that group of children racing against the train . It s ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Queries and Answers [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 February 1898

Queries and Answers Will you please answer a few questions tnr me ? . 1 1 is It really necessary to put lime on o 1 Will rye given to hens occasionally -ion them-laying ? 3 I have been told that buckwheat straw ia not good for feeding nor bedding . Is it ? 4 Is rye 1 harmful to colts ? 1 . It is not really necessary unless there are certain conditions present requiring the action of lime . Hundreds 0 f square miles of territory have been p lowed and used a good many years without the use of lime . In the eastern states the practice of usinglime is quite common , but not by any means universal . In the West it is never used except 0 n swampy land that has become sour , and very rarely then . We never saw a bushel of lime used on land in our life , 2 . Rye given frequently to poultry wilt stop them from laying , and we conclude that it is not a good feed for them at any time nor in any quantity . 3 . Buckwheat straw is not much better as a feed than sawdust , but we know of no reason ...

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 February 1898

J Kidney 1 [ Dangers 0 You dare not overlook them . The # J mildest casp of . Kidney Trouble soon m becomes malignant , the best remedy W | Dr . Peter s I Blood I I Vitalizer I 0 the old Swiss-German remedy—In con- 0 \ stant use for over 100 years . It seldom J { falls tocure diseases caused by impov- w 11 erished or Impure blood or from a ais- 0 \ ordered stomach . J ) . No Drug-Store medicine ; is sold \ \ only by regular Vitalizer agents . ? 5 Persons living where there are no \ W agents for Dr . Peter s Blood Vitalizer ¦» 0 can , by sending $ 3 . 00 , obtain twelve 35- 0 \ cent trial bottles direct from the pro- \ W . prietor . This offer can be obtained only r 0 once by the the same person . 0 £ Write to DR . PETER FAHRNEY , # m 112-114 South Hoyne Ave ., Chicago . J RIVERSIDE FARM , Jefferson , Wis ,, April 13 , 1806 . Mesiri , fRAKZEN & BUSS , Golden , 111 . DEAR SIRS : Today I had for the first time an opportunity to make use of the Lightning Seed Bower , which y...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 February 1898

IT PAYS UNDOUBTEDLY II InlU * _ ¦ nsajiai ¦¦¦¦ ¦ jO GET i / THE BEST MILL ** 3 ^~ - Bendfor ) Richmond Machine Worke , , Circulars . J Richmond , Indiana , IT . S , A , A THE ELI TANK ( p ^^ HjyiT | R : Hi ! jlfflffl ! ii I ONE * WlEK * TIBIAL , t ^ M wfflir ^^^ BAuroraillllnols . A Bushel In IB H nutei . Hand or Power . Easlor , better , cheaper tluin grinding . Cattle oliew cob and all to a pnlp . No waste , no trouble , no mistake . We eonld not make machines fast enough ii cattle feeders everywhere knew the real va ue of split com for feeding . Write us while yon think ot It—a postal . POINWEXTElt MLFG . CO ., Indianapolis . ; tii / n i wftsibsj lIU III I drilling well 3 for house , rl I farm , City and Village I I ¦ I M I SI I B Water Works , Facto- ¦ I ries , lee Plants , Brew * 1 tl eries . Irrigation , Coal and I H Mineral Prospecting , Oil and I _ _ J « I Gas , etc . Latest and Best 30 * J ill \ SyrvSt Tears experience . WRITE US -iBlMtjgyfl WHA . T YOU WANT . j V 8 H * m L...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 February 1898

t ¦ i ^ V tXTm f ^ T-IT T H ir /^ TM * / * T T » Tn direct to shooters than any c oncern In the world . We c arry constantly ¦ ^ 07 / \ j (/ sW \ HI I ^/ if llrl- I il INS in stock , Uieener , Daly , Smith , i olt . -l arkor , I . efever , Baker , Hhlca . \ /( YVL VJLJIJJU lVl ^/ lM-f VwJ . ltJ Forehand , Remington , Winchester , Ilepcr , Spencer , and , in fact , \\ / L r = r ^^ . rr ^ r ^^ r ¦— ¦ — utmost every kind of a gun that la made , m \ I OUR MONTGOMERY WARD & CO , HAMMERLESS DOUBLE BARREL SHOT GUN <^ 1 5 00 1 ^^ Damascus barrels , Is the best gun over made for the money . It s a I 6 S . 0 J gun whlohwe sell for . s . ^\ J \ JI — a ^ p / ^ * g 0 @ L ^ e BataviaBfeech Loader . jV IW . ^( SSSKiaWiHMto ^ A 1 C 1 BI The Batavla Leader , 1 ) mble Barrel , Breech Loading , V 1 B ^ ta ^ S ^^ S ^ KOEsw ^ HaiiBa ^ BjBasss ^ Hammerless Shotgun . Checkered pistol giip and fore-ettd , . M ^* A ^ slrflSlrBSsiKraKBff ^ iiiWBM ^^ ais ^ . case hardened frame andlock ...

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The Week [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 February 1898

The Week Changes in the Spanish-Cuban situation have been kaleidoscopic during the past week . The offensive letter of Senor Dupuy de Lome , to which reference was made last week , the Spanish minister quickly acknowledged the authorship of , and , forestalling the action of our own authorities , he immediately cabled his resignation to Madrid , which was as quickly accepted . The incident created no little excitement and the overzealous friends of Cuba sought to compel the administration to resent the indignity offered the president by at once taking aggressive action against Spain . Of course , President McKihley could not be moved to action against a nation because of a personal affront from a single individual , even though a man high in the councils of the Spanish nation , and so far as the administration circles went the incident was allowed to pass without notice , other than to call the attention of the Spanish government to the offense committed by its ministerial represent...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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A False Prophet [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 February 1898

A False Prophet Two thousand years from now , when the world shall have advanced farther in the process of intellectual evolution , it may be a matter of interest to the man of that far-off age to know that so far back in the history of the world as the dark ages of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries there was heard , now and then , a voice in the wilderness crying out to a printer-ridden and type-cursed world : Turn , ye sons of men , from the vain thing ye call the printed page . Know ye not that the kingdom of knowledge is not enthroned in printed books , but in the universe that lies about you , and a portion of which you are ? Nature was before books . Burn all the books ; break all the printing presses ; yet shall nature remain . These are the opening sentences of a remarkable address delivered before the Cerro GordoCounty ( la . ) Farmers Institute some weeks ago by L . L , Kline felter , who took for his title , Agricultural Education . Throughout the address is . an att...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 February 1898

Published Weekly by THE FARMERS VOICE , 334 Dearborn Street , Chicago , 111 . W . H . BURKE , J . C BILMNGSLEA , EDITOR . BUSINESS MANAGER . MILLER PURVIS , ASSOCIATE EDITOR . Entered at Chicago Post-Office as Second-Class Matter . Terras of Subscription : One Copy One Year One Dollar . Advertising Rates : Twenty-five Cents perAffate Line . Make all Drafts or Orders payable and address all communt • tationa to THE FARMERS V OICE , 334 Dearborn Street , Chicago . ? THE FARMERS VOICE Co ., 334 Dearborn St ., Chisago . Ill , CHICAGO , IEBRUAItY 19 , 1898 .

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Cost of flaking Beet Sugar [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 February 1898

Cost of flaking Beet Sugar At a farmers institute recently held at Longmont , Col . George H . West read a paper on the beet sugar industry which will be of particular interest to those who are trying to establish sugar factories in Illinois and neighboring states . He showed that the earlier factories did not succeed in making money at first on account of unexpected difficulties , but now they have overcome these and are declaring dividends . To show how much a small difference in the amount of sugar produced from the beets makes he cited a case in Europe where 24 % per cent was made on the investment when but G % per cent of granulated sugar was obtained from the beets . By improved manipulation this was increased by only one-half of 1 per cent and the profits increased 7 % per cent . In 1893 the cost of manufacturing sugar at Lehi , Utah , was $ 5 . 75 to the hundred pounds , while it was only $ 3 . 63 in 189 G and 1897 . This shows that the manufacture of sugar at that factory h...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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