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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 1 January 1898
Best Line TO Indianapolis , Cincinnati AND THE South . CITY TICKET OFFICE : 838 CMBK STBKT . - CMIGAM . ^^ K ^ WHY PAY MONEYS ^¦ UHBnK MOT COST YOU ONE CENT to secure aKMt ^^ KfSmm B 0 LID GOLD laid Carhoa DIAMOND ¦ BBMrmWWWaBSvaMam B 1 NO , hero Illustrated . Similar looking ^ HfflgK ^ JfngjSffigHMrlngl could not be bought of any Jeweler for ^ HftjirrjrjrraS &amp; 5 ^^ Hlca &gt; than . 2 u . Do you want one for nothing H | najfjtjbffl ^^ 9 |^^ Hbut a few hour , of jour . pare timet We VftKralgi ] iB = | S ^ Bwlili to enlarge tbe Bale of our celebrated yU ^ WmW ^^^ Sw ^ flra * n retriSed Perfumer ? , tbe molt M ^ bmKBp ^^^ Kt unique novelty now on the market , and In j tt «» . 1 HV W ^ 2 SHM | order to do 10 , we agree upon receipt of jour ^ r ^ lflrj &amp;* ^ raHai name and address only , to Bend you twenty K ^ JM ^ , -Wm cases of the Perfume , WHICH YOU CAN ( KL W . jHI SELL AT FIVE CENTS PER CASE In a . ty r ~ — -- ^ -Mj ^ P manyhour .. Freebymall , postpa...
The Markets [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 1 January 1898
The Markets Live Stock flarket Cattle—Quotations were as follows : Fancy native steers , 1500 @ 1700 lbs . $ 5 . 35 @ 5 . 50 Choice to » tra : steers , 1300 @ 150 Q 5 io @ ^ 5 Good to choice steers , 1200 @ 1500 : jDg 4 . 40 © 1 0 ^ o Fat , plain steers , 130001600 lbs .... 4-3504 . 75 Poor to fair steers , 90001200 lbs .... 3 . 6504 . 2 D Common butchers steers ...... 3 . 6004 . 00 Good to choice eows and heifers .. 3 . 4004 . 40 Fair to good eows and heifers .... 2 . 6003 . 25 Poor to good canning cows HKfor Blockers and feeders , 70001100 lbs .. 3 . 2 B 04 . 25 Native veal calves , 1000400 lbs .... 4 . 0006 . 50 Export bulls 3-2504 . 00 Feeding and bologna bulls .. .. ; ..... 2 . 50 @ 3 .-A &gt; WiKSi ^ tUe- .... 2 . W 3 . 25 ^&amp;^ s co ^ ::::::::::::::::: l : o . Heifers HfelS ¦ Rnlla 2 . 2503 . 10 Oxen . . . .. 3 . 0003 . 75 Calves 4 . 0006 . 50 Blockers ( 450 to 700 lbs ) 2 . 75 @ 3 . fi 0 . Feeders ( 750 to 950 lbs ) : 3 . 2503 . 70 Hogs-Quotations are as fo...
OUR WEEKLY REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 1 January 1898
OUR WEEKLY REVIEW Receipts To-Day , 7 , 500 Cattle , 35 ,. 000 Hogs , 13 , 000 Sheep Cattle Market Strong Hog Market Strong Sheep Market Steady CATTLE Thursday , Dec . 30 , 1 S 97 . The receipts of cattle up to the present time this week will be about 40 , 000 , against 37 , 092 for the corresponding time last week . Last week s total was 39 , 643 , against 35 , 432 in 1896 and . 33 , 149 in 1895 . Last Friday , with 2 , 551 , trade ruled about steady with the date of our last report . The receipts were moderate and what few cattle came in were taken at previous values . There was the usual guessing we had had usually on Monday s receipts , and most people were afraid they would be higher than they were . The official count was 16 , 576 . Cattle of good weight and fat sold readily at steady prices , but as there was a large proportion of light and medium cattle , these grades moved off slowly and in a good many cases a shade lower . About everything was sold , however . Tuesday , wi...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 1 January 1898
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Chess [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 1 January 1898
Chess Our Perpetual Problem Tournament tor Both Composers and Solvers We begin this , week our second problems tournament . No prizes will be given but a handsome certificate will be issued each three months to the champion solver lor the quarter , and one to the composer of the problem adjudged best . Solutions intended for this competition must each occupy a separate page . For two movers the key movef will be sufficient , and for longer problems the leading variations . Every competing solver must submit , on the same page with his solution , an estimate of the value of the ? problem . Postal cards may he used for solutions , but only one solution may be sent on a card , together with the estimate of the problem . Solvers will be credited with 2 points for two movers , 4 points for three movers , 8 points for four movers , etc . Only one tournament problem will be published each week . Three weeks will be allowed for solutions to reach us . Composers are invited to submit direct ...
Checkers . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 1 January 1898
Checkers . All subscription ! , renewals , etc ., on account of checkers , nhould be addressed to CHECKER EDITOR . Games , problems , etc ., gladly examined . THE NUMBERED BOABD . ¦ 1 The blacks always occupy tbe squares from 1 to II inclusive , and the whites the squares from 21 to 32 Inelusive . The player who baa blacks In the first game should take whites In the second , and so on , becoming , accustomed to either color , and to reading the numbers from either side of the board . GAME NO . -.-CROSS . Played in New York recently between Geo . Kearns , of Philadelphia , and S . J . Simpson , of Brooklyn . 11-15 24—20 2—7 24—19 12-16 23-18 5-9 ( a ) 29-25 15-24 2-9 9-14 17—13 14—18 22—8 5-14 18-11 15-19 17-14 23-32 8-4 8-15 22-17 10-17 28-19 16-19 22-17 11—15 21—14 9-18 30-26 4—8 27—24 8—11 31—27 Drawn , 25-22 1—5 26—22 32—16 7-U 32-27 19-23 20-3 ( a ) In a game between Messrs . Forsythe and King , the former played as follows : w 2-7 29-25 3-8 27-24 15-24 26-23 8-12 30-26 U-27 26-...
He Stood Up [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 1 January 1898
He Stood Up Is there a man in this audience , fiercely exclaimed a Kansas female lecturer , that has done anything to lighten the burden resting on his wife s shoulder ? What do you know of woman s work ? Is there a man here , she continued folding her arms and looking over the audience with superb scorn , that has ever got up in the morning , leaving his tired , worn out wife to enjoy her slumbers , gone quickly down stairs , made the fire , cooked his own breakfast , sewed the missing buttons on the children s clothes , darned the family stockings , scoured the pots , filled the lamps , swept the kitchen and done all the rest , if necessary , day by day uncomplainingly . If there is such a man in the audience , let him rise up . I should like to see toim . And in the rear of the hall a mild looking man in spectacles , in obedience to the summons , timidly arose . He was the husband of the eloquent speaker . It was the first time he ever had a chance to assert himself . —Ex . We al...
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 1 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 ha » performed so many permanent cures in both Men ana Women of troubles which other physicians of acknowledged abllltyhad itlven 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 aliments resulting from indiscretions of youth or men of maturer 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 . lAIDITCT if you cannot call , a letter If III I la carefully describing your symptoms and he will send to you In plain envelope his Sclenttno and honest opinion of your case free of charge , and...
Agricultural Potpourri [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 1 January 1898
Agricultural Potpourri A dispatch from Marshalltown , Iowa , says - Cattle continue to die from eating cornstalks . John Roudabush has lost six head within the past week and W . C . Willett fiye . • TJhe Cornell university experiment station has discovered that a large number of hogs die from being given dishwater after the dishes have been washed in water in which soap powder o £ some kind has been used for cleansing . The ( Farmers Voice is told that the great Poland-China boar , Klever s Model , which sold for $ 5 , 100 last fall , has already paid for hmself in service fees . A special groom has charge of him and puts in the whole time attending to him . The department of agriculture has discovered that some creameries are using an emulsion of cotton-seed oil , which , added to the cream , increases the butter product per gallon of milk , with small chance of detection and a large increase of profit . The total apple shipments to European ports during the week ending December 11...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 1 January 1898
Direct from Distiller | $ 3 . 20 j FOUR MpiM toConsumer j « y- » : I ^ HW I l ^^ H having Middlemen s Profits , ^ uu ^^^ B I sSm ^ Lwm ] Preventing Possibility of Adulteration . ^^^ HmTiiTit ^ . iiifli ^ e are distillers with a wide reputation of 30 ^^ H ^ kli | f ^^^ H y ^ rs standing . We sell to consumers direct , so ^^^ KfiollBBB that our whiskey may be pure when it reaches you . j ^^ H / Jffff ^^^ H Adulterated whiskey is dangerous , abominable , H . ^ Kls § nw [! . ^ . ^ R yet it is almost impossible to get pure whiskey HH ^ rannffi ^^ H from dealers . We have tens of thousands of cusB ^ ffHHng HH tomers who never buy elsewhere . We want more fflwPBiJH ^ BB of them , and we make this offer to get them : ^• SiBPIItWHBB ^ Bj We will send four full quart bottles of Hayner s Seven HAYNERS fl Year Old Double Copper Distilled Rye for $ 3 . 20 , Express SEVEN YFAEOLf H Prepaid . We ship In plain packages—no marks to indicate .. l ? jfe . n-- Es aEgS ^ UH contents ( which will avoid p...
Christmas Twice a Year [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 1 January 1898
Christmas Twice a Year Some children think that Christmas day Should come two times a year ; But that is not at all the way That it should be , I fear . For in the summer Christmas trees Are very , very small ; And all the games and toys one sees , They are not ripe at all ! The dolls are yery tiny ones ; The wagons will not go ; • The balls are littler than bunsIt takes them months to grow ! JDhe candy it Is , oh , so sour ! The guns they will not shoot ; There s need of many &amp; , n autumn shower To ripen Christmas fruit ! —December St . Nicholas .
Marketing : His Own Grain [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 1 January 1898
Marketing : His Own Grain While , in La Salle county attending the farmers institute a few days ago I happened to begin a conversation with a farmer whom I met at the hotel . What are you getting for grain now ? Iasked . I dont know just what they are paying , he replied , I just came in and havent asked about it . I ship all my grain to H . H . Carr &amp; Co ., in Chicago . Do you . find shipping your grain to Carr satisfactory ? I asked . Yes , he replied , I never made a shipment to him that I did not get more tor my . grain than I could get at home . How much do you usually get in advance of the home price ? That s owing to the way the market is running . I count on getting at least 1 cent a bushel , and often I get a good deal more than that . I have made as much as $ 35 on one shipment . Do you have any trouble about getting cars ? . No ; we always get cars when we want them . Isnt it a little unhandy sometimes about loading ? ! - No ; I and five of my neighbors turned...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 1 January 1898
| W « ww » i * lSUIllglMl gllll ! f 1 Et ^^^^^^^^^^ AlU &amp; pMBiflpH ^^^^^^^ HQ ^ This MILL Does Mmvm . - all kinds of work fine ; on ono m vBBMtWYset of grinders without injuring I fSEX &amp; I lthem , Handles corn and cob , I -J ^ raSSllwLlrye , barley , oats and screenings . lOFjBPwIwIt s different from all others . IgMwVy \ Ahomake 6 sizesBellPwtrMtlls ^^ i i ^ N , A . P . B 0 WSHER 0 o . 8 e . Bena , Ina STUMP PULLERS . Our latest improved is the best . We make 4 Bizes , from $ 25 up . Will do the work of fifteen men . Warranted again st breakage . GRUBBERS CO ., LA CRESCENT , MINN ,
Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 1 January 1898
The ORIGINAL 4-Wheel Planter | l || - I I I H WHILE OTHERS HAYES * Wt LtAU FOLLOWI and Get Our Prices Before l [ REMEMBER ^^¦ ^ m ^ gzr ^ f ?*** . 0 ur Ju ! , 0 r an ( l ^ M 8 p lanters x ^^^^^^^^^ V ^^ PT Pendulum Beam Cultivators , ^^^^^^ 00 0 ur Double-Acting Force Pump , Hayes Pump &amp; Planter Co ., 10 STATE STREET , GALVA , ILL . « 3 WHEN WRITING ADVERTISERS PLEASE MENTION THE FARMERS VOIOE . HARNESS I FARMERS I B All kinds direct to consumers from the factory at wholesale prices . We save you 40 ; S ¦ — bri HARNESS . BUGGIES , ROAD CARTS , SURREYS AND PHAETONS . JK . tit Eft FIRST CLASS GOODS , *; - «^ OHn Formcr fm \ iPWiUUl LOW PRICES . to \ lO 8 Hi P Ce ( lrlir * f in Barkley Harness $ 4 . 50 up . Ail \ V HB &lt; ICR ( 111 \ ^ L ! W ^^^^ T Barkley Bufr f ies 27 . 50 up . jj » 4 | , NJAffl *« W —• / I JMT DEFY CONIPETITIONI W ^^^^^^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ P * think of Barkley itoods and buslnesa pnmn , ls Rarklsv Butrsv . NO . I Barkley Harness ™^&amp; ^ eHX 5 ...