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Checkers . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 February 1898

Checkers . All subscriptions , renewals , etc ., on account of cheek ; « .. rkould be addressed to OHECKEK KDITOK . ( lames , problems , etc ., gladly examined . THE NUMBERED BOARD . 1 1 The Ui & a always occupy the squares from 1 to U Inclusive , and the whites the squares from 81 to S » In , • lustre . The player who has blacks In the first game should take whites in the second , and so on , becoming tuctutomed to either color , and to reading Uw numbers ( rem either side of the board . J END GAMES FROM THE 98 MEETING OF THE SCOTTISH DRAUGHTS ASSOCIATION . No . 13 . Black , Freedman ; AVhite , Buchanan . Black , li , 10 , 12 , 13 . 14 , 15 . IS ; king 22 . AVhite , 21 , 25 , 29 , 31 ; kings 3 and 11 . AVhite to play . The game continued :. 3—7 15-19 2 c -22 18-25 32—17 2-6 17— -6 11-9 29—22 7-2 10-15 31-23 5-14 No . 14 . Wyllle vs . Fenie . Black-2 , 3 , B , 0 , 7 . 10 , 11 , IS . AVhite-ll , 17 , 21 , 25 , 26 , 27 , 2 S , 32 . Black ( AVyllle ) to move . 11—15 72—2 % ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 February 1898

WHEN OTHERS FAIL CONSULT DOCTOR SNEAKY , For the speedy and permanent cure of all > NERVOUS , CHRONIC AND PRIVATE Diseases , oven in their most aRsravatod forms . There is no one man In the world who hits performed so luanr permuncnt cures In both Men and Women of troubles which other physicians of acknowledged abllityhad irivon up as hopeless us 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 meiiof matnrar years suffering from oxecssesof any ; kind should consult him without delay , place themselves under his treatment , and have lost stret & th , manly vigor and confidence restored . % A # EJITC if you cannot call , a letter II ¦ ¦ W % * m I Es carefully describing your symptoms and he will send to you In plain envelope his sclendrlo and honest...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Queries and Answers [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 February 1898

Queries and Answers Please answer the following at your earli6 Whafvarletles of apples , pears ; plums ond cherries would do best here ? ¦ What can ^ I feed rye to and in what ouanisU safe to feed sows and cows rye ? I lia W e hy clnnot ^ ye be ^ feTto hens ? AV . B . Wisconsin . The American Fruit Cultunst recommends the following varieties of fruit for your section : Apples—Tallman Sweet Tetofsky , Fameuse , St , Lawrence , Wagener , Golden Russet of Western New York Carthduse , Northern Spy , Wealthy . Pears—Flemish Beauty , Fulton , Onondaga Sheldon , Lawrence , Tyson , McLaughlin , Winter Nellis . Plums and cherries are naturally so hardy that there is no difficulty in getting any variety to grow in your section , provided the soil is right . It is perfectly safe to feed rye to sows and cows if it is fed in moderate quantities . Any k ind of grain can he fed in quantities that will injure the animal fed with it .. Rye is best to feed when it is coarsely ground . Feed it to any ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
HOW TriEY SAVED THEIR HOME [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 February 1898

HOW TriEY SAVED THEIR HOME A Romance of the Present Day They started their new happy life of love and hope together in a trlm-bright-tlntert little house that stood back upon a terraced lawn . A smooth path led to the broad stoop and hospitable piazza . The long sweep of roof , the wide-curving bays and the little western turret with oriel windows bespoke ample room and light and air and gorgeous sunsets . O , how they loved that little home ! He was industrious , frugal , ambitious ; she a tender wife with a heart full of devotion ; and both of them determined at any cost of struggle or sacrifice to earn and pay for this cherished dwelling place , and possess it as their very own ; a cosey nest in days of sunshine , a refuge in time of trouble , a shelter , a fireside , a home . HOW TROUBLE CAME . At first it seemed smooth sailing . He was glad to work overtime , and she being deft with needle and scissors , helped the neighbors with their gowns . In such ways a few dollars were ad...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 February 1898

L RIVERSIDE FARM , Jeff erson , Wis ., April 13 , 1890 . Ueiiri . FKANZEN & BUSS , Golden , HI . DEAR SIKS : Today I had for the first time an opportunity to make use of the Lightning Seed Sower , which yon sent me sons ) time ¦ go . It elves me great satisfaction to be able to tell youthat your little machine has folly proven its merlts . We were astonished about Its working ability and the excellence with which It was done . In the next Issues of the papers for which I write I will give a mora detailed report . Truly yonrs , HANS BUSCHBAUER Agricultural Editor . When writing please mention THE FARMER VOIOfl CHEAP LANDS Located on the Illinois Central R . R . In SOUTHERN ILLINOIS and also located on the Yazoo & Mississippi , Valley R . R . in the famous YAZOO VALLEY of Mississippi—Specially adapted to the raising of ,- CORN AND HOGS . SOIL RICHEST xBe WORLD Write for Pamphlets and Maps . L . E . P . SKENE , BERNT MOE , Land Commissioner , Asst Land Commissio...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 February 1898

B ^^^^^^ M mj ^^^^^ Bj | |«| T HE RUMELYj T IS ENOINES ] I « Wepre 9 ent , THEHEWJ 0 HtH yM * faaeoli . | max of 44 year s experience in engine building . # « n «» AND 1 ! ASU . » Q > ERATsfDr But there is more to ft- J explXS ^ aetnUlnotirnew ^ ogne-FREE . C M . RUMEUYCO ., tAPORTE , IND . < Jftr * T Celebrated Kalamazoo ¦ I FEED COOKER . mmQ ^ mWm \ w . Hide of Steel Boiler Plate . ¦ ^^^^ H The best and cheapest ajrrlcnlt- ^ mJmWamMmM ¦ tiral Boiler for cooking ; all I ^ Tm 9 am 9 mwM »*> ds ft teed , heatlne ; cheese M ^ mWMmVmW Tlt 8 » teaming wheat , orderI ^^ HM lng tobaico ever offered to the 1 ^^^^ H trade . Send for dtacrlptlT * 1 / m—^ mfmjmjA catalogue and prices . \ SJA \ m \ mlb lVlL * SKINNER CO , . ¦ MsssWs . ^^ Kalamazoo , Hick . f ^ METAl WHEELS in all sizes and varieties , to fit any a , axle . They last forever . Either ¦ direct or stagger spoke . Cant w breakdown ; cant dry ont- no resetttajj of tires . Goodin dry weather as in we...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 February 1898

iOTSKIMIK WINS THE DAY : ii ¦ . ¦ . ; ... . . i ii It is a significant fact that the first premium at the i i ] | 5 , Minnesota State Dairymen s Convention , held at New Ulms , ! December , 1897 , was taken by butter made from Pasteur- J | ized milk by the Albert Lea Creamery Association , Albert i Lea , Minn ., the only creamery in the Western States where . i a systematic attempt has been made to make butter from J [ Pasteurized milk . When we further take into consideration— i i i i the advantage of Pasteurized milk to trie farmers , ;; and in addition that the EEID S SIFJJUTOB will skim 3 , 600 i i lbs . and upwards per hour , leaving scarcely a trace of fat— ( | all this without one cent additional expense for operating the ] | creamery , the advantage of the KEID S SEPARATOR and the i i i i must become apparent to all . ] | DEinC IMPROVED II L IUO DANISH , SEPARATOR I ; . II I ! • | i i Has been in use for the past two-and-a-half years , and the BEED I PASTBUEIZIN « ARPABATTJS...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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The Week [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 February 1898

The Week The excitement following the news of the terrible disaster to the cruiser Maine and the loss of life it involved has given place to calm and patient waiting for the verdict , of the court of inquiry promptly appointed by Admiral Sicard , in command , of the North Atlantic squadron of the navy . The attitude of the American people at this critical moment was eloquently set forth by ex-President Harrison in his address before the Union League Club of Chicago on Tuesday , when he said : We stand now in the awful shadow of one of the most tragic events that has ever happened in our history , and yet we stand with the poise , with the self-possession of a people who understand their might and can abide the developments of time . We are not a hysterical people . We can wait , and we will know our duty when it shall be revealed . We can understand that in a time like this there are grave responsibilities devolving upon the president of the United States , single responsibilities t...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 February 1898

Published Weekly by THE FARMERS VOICE ; 334 Dearborn Street , Chicago , 111 , ^ - ^ ¦ ¦¦ —¦ W . H . BURKE , J . C . BILLINGSLEA , EDITOR . BUSINESS MANAGES . MILLER 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-Ao-Me Line . H . ake all Drafts or Orders payable and address all conimunt rations to THE FARMERS VOICE , 334 Dearborn Street , Chicago . ** THE FARMERS V OICE Co ., 334 Dearborn St ., Chicago . Ill , CHICAGO , 3 E 3 RTJAKY 28 , 1888 .

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Not Back , but Forward [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 February 1898

Not Back , but Forward In his letter to The Farmers Voice published last week Mr . Cook of Iowa enumerates many of the ills which he sees have grown out of the modern method of capitalistic combinations , even to the driving out of employment thousands of willing laborers and reducing them to want , and concludes : But . . . we might as well kick against the changes of the seasons or the work of the elements as to strive to turn back the hands on the dial of progress by a return to the conditions of half a century ago . True ; but shall we quietly rest under an economic system which produces such terrible consequences , or seek to discover a way so to utilize the blessings of advance and development that all shall share in them ? Mr . Cook voices the mistake of many honest and sincere folk who think that because things are so and so , they must remain so , thereby dignifying the errors of man into an expression of the will of Omnipotence . Let us not forget that nations , like men ,...

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Wherefore ? [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 February 1898

Wherefore ? What influence is at work to withhold action by congress on the question of postal savings banks ? Upon no other question of late years has greater unanimity of sentiment been expressed than in this matter . When congress assembled we had assurances from the postmaster-generals office and from senators and congressmen that the wishes of the people should find quick expression in a good law which should establish and provide for the maintenance of the system throughout the country . But congress dawdles and no action is taken . When the bill was first presented for public consideration , it was declared in many circles that the same influence that seeks to issue and control the money of the country would fight and defeat the bill . Is it true that congress is responding to this demand , and will thwart the peoples expressed desire by sup- pressing a measure which has in it only good for the people ? Not that this would be-strange—thatis what congress has been doing these ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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An Institute Number [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 February 1898

An Institute Number This number of The Farmers Voice is to a large extent a Farmers institute number , as we have purposely used extracts from papers read at institutes in three states in making up the departments . We have done this from the double motive of desiring to fill our columns with the best kind of farm literature and to show the few of our readers who do not attend institutes what valuable instruction they dispense . In the agricultural department will be found a very complete synopsis of the kind of talk Mr . Fursman gives those who are so fortunate as to hear him , and another equally valuable paper giving the method Prof . Forbes uses in fighting the chinch bugs . Both these are by practical men and deal practically with matters of interest to every farmer who grows corn or grain . Planting Potatoes , by L . L . Olds , contains I ho conclusions arrived at by one who has made a wide fame as a potato grower . Under the head of Live Stock and Dairy we give extracts from ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Frances E . Willard [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 February 1898

Frances E . Willard In the death of Miss Willard this nation loses one of its greatest citizens and the world a reformer whose interest and helpful spirit went wherever human souls were in distress . No woman in American history has been more truly a prophet of the coming of the kingdom of righteousness than she ; none more willing , more anxious to do her part to bring it into the realm of the real . Her democracy Was of the sort that recognized worth and character beneath the most uninviting exterior , and the grimy workingman and the millionaire , the humblest and the proudest , appealed to her only in the measure of their true worth or the need they might have for her thought or ministration . Miss Willard was a remarkable combination 6 f feminine gentleness and bravery . Her moral cour age , her self-reliance , her independence of mere conventionality , though she was never unmindful of the social graces and was the soul of courtesy , made her the leader she became . How her ge...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Iconoclasm , [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 February 1898

Iconoclasm , The inconsistency and unreliability of a biased press is shown in many ways ; an instance which is just now made peculiarly prominent is worthy of notice . A few months ago the press which favors placing currency control in the hands of private individuals was loud in its defense of the national banking system as it now exists , and at the very suggestion that it was not a good , thing for the people , wept tears of shame and sorrow that their fellows could be so stupidly wicked as to assail so great a national blessing . But a short while ago Mr . Gookin , a Chicago banker , suggested the plan of asset banking , which has been described at some length in this journal . The press waited to see what their banker friends had to say about it , and when the tip came the editorial aides immediately plunged in to assist in popularizing the asset banking idea . Not content with saying a good word for assets as a basis for circulation , they have , in their zeal , resorted to a...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
"Business" in Government [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 February 1898

Business in Government In Philadelphia Finley Acker , a leading grocer , has issued a pamphlet bearing on the lease of the municipal gas works , entitling his pamphlet Eminent Respectability , giving currency to a phase that seems likely to stick in popular discussions of the relations between . corporations and the public . Mr . Acker professed to find that the uniform answer of the promoters of the lease to arguments advanced against it was the eminent respectability of the prominent business men supporting and interested in the lease . He puts the case for the middle classes and the public in general thus : It will be noticed that one proposition is to do all that the United Gas Improvement company proposes , and to give the city $ 1 , 000 , 000 additional . Another would carry out the same proposition and pay during the thirty years $ 19 , 200 , 000 additional . Another . . . another . . . and finally another proposition is to charge the city at once but 75 cents per thousand . ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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I WASHINGTON [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 February 1898

I WASHINGTON WASHINGTONS life and character grow luminous with the flight of time , and in these days when the highest order of patriotism is called for by conditions which exist at home and abroad , it is most profiiable that at this anniversary of his birth we pause for one moment to contemplate this noble Father of our common country and the elements which made him the leader of a people seeking to establish a nation upon the enduring foundations of liberty and equality . Washington s patriotism was of that high order which eliminated self and considered only the national welfare . He gave his time to his country and his talents freely ; he staked his all upon the faith of the embryonic nation , and all his property he laid upon its altar , paying out of his own funds the soldiers who served with him . His faith was with the common people , and for them he fought and toiled amid dangers innumerable and at a sacrifice which never can be estimated . Withthat admiration for military...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Agriculture [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 February 1898

Agriculture Mr . Fursman s Corn Talk Below we give the substance of the lecture on corn which E . S . Fursman has delivered at thirty or more farmers institutes this season . It reads well but sounds better when Bro . Fursman delivers it . I am a farmer in Woodford county , have lived on the same farm thirty years . Only two men can get me off , the sheriff and undertaker . The sheriff stands no show . I am thankful my lot was cast among producing people , called farmers . We take out of the soil the wealth of the world . The mechanic takes agricultural products and makes them up , the merchant simply exchanges . They do not add to the wealth of the world . They are the consumers . In the farmers there are no drones . Ella Wheeler Wilcox divides the world into lifters and leaners . We are the lifters . We farmers are the independent voters ; we can vote without fearing displeasure of anybody . If the wrongs are ever righted , it will be by the vote from the rural districts . The man...

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