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Woman and Home [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 February 1898

Woman and Home Its Mighty Comfortin 0 it s mlglitv comfortin when your liair la settin tliin . And the wrinkles In your face have come to stay , ,, . . Just to reel her little hand smoothm out oaeh silver struml . While you meet her lovin look and neur her say : John , my dear , it seems as tho every day you llvu you STOW Handsomer than in olden days . And vou smile haelt at your wife while you think in all your life Vou never heard a sweeter word of praise . Then , somehow , the teardrops rise to your dim , old fatliu eyes , While you kiss the tender hand still white and small . And you try to tell her how you loved her then—you love her now , But . hless me , it the words will come at all . For just then it comes to you to think of trials she s gone thro , And borne without a murmur for your sake ; You can only how your head at the lovin things she s said , And your poor old heart can only ache and ache . But she knows what ails you then , and she kisses you again , While you hear...

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 — 26 February 1898

fgKlOTY TROUBLES ^ f ^ Gured by Lydla E . Plnkhama \ . Vegetable Compound . ^ I have been a great sufferer from Kidney trouble ; painsinmuscles , joints , back and shoulders ; feet would swell . I also had womb troubles and leucorrhcea . After using Lydia E . Pinkhama Vegetable Compound Blood Purifier and Liver Pills , I felt like a new woman . My kidneys are now in perfect condition . —MBS . MAGGIE POTTS , 321 Kauffman St ., Philadelphia , Pa . • My system was entirely run down , and I suffered with terrible backache in the small of my back , and could hardly stand upright . I had no appetite . . Since taking Lydia E . Pinkham s Vegetable Compound , I have gained fifteen pounds , and I look better than I ever looked before . —- MRS . E . F . MOBTON , 1043 Hopkins St ., Cincinnati , Ohio . LILLIAN CBIPPES , BOX 77 , St . Andrew s Bay , Fla ., says : — Before taking Lydia E . Pinkham s Vegetable Compound , I had suffered many years with kidney trouble . The pains in my back and shoul...

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

Our Boys and Girls If 1 Were You , t , a little Bin could bo , 3 vvell-Just like you , ¦ with Hi > s as rosy , cheeks as fair , iVrli eyes of blue , and shining hair , b lvhat do vou think Id do ? TM war so bright and sweet a smile , r be so loving all the while , • d be so helpful with my Hand , L nuick and gentle to command , von soon would see That every one would turn to say « TIS good to meet that child to-day . yc « yes , my bird , that s what Id do , ji l were you . 0 r if I chanced to be a boy , like some I know , Willi crisp curls sparkling in the sun , An l eyes all beaming bright with funAli , if I could be so , vit strive and strive with all my might To be so true , so brave , polite , That In me each one might behold A hero , as in days of old . > Twould be a joy To bear one , looking nt me , say , Mv cheer and comfort all tho day . Yes , if I were « . boy , I know I would be so . —Sydney Dayrc

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

The Homeliest Cat Fer goodness sake ! what s that you have got now ? asked a tired-looking woman as she saw her small daughter come panting into the kitchen of the tenement flat , clutching something apparently all frantic legs . Jus a kitty , said Maysie , simply , disentangling it , and setting it upright on the floor . Well , I never did ! exclaimed the mother in dismay . Why , Marg ret Willlams ! are you crazy ? I never saw such a homely creature in all my born days . Itll bring us bad luck sure , with that wicked green eye , and that mean , yeller one . Ugh ! You just take it straight back to the gutter that you fished it out of . At this , I regret to say , Maysie began to cry . Oh , well , relented Mrs . Williams , I reckon well keep her till she s all cured up , anyway . So Maysie kept her cat ; and pity blossomed so quickly into love that she was perfectly blind to its peculiar ugliness , and fondly fancied it the dearest , sweetest , and loveliest kitty in all the world , ...

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

Lost flesh lately ? Does your brain tire ? Losing control over your nerves ? Are your muscles becoming exhausted ? You certainly know the remedy . It is nothing new ; just the same remedy that has been curing these cases of thinness and paleness for twenty-five years . Scott s Emulsion . The cod-liver oil in it is the food that makes the flesh , and the hypophosphites give tone to the nerves . 50 c . and $ i . oo , all druggists , SCOTT £ V BOVYNE , Chemists , New York .

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

Washington s Courtesy Martha Littlefleld Phillips gives Recollections of Washington and his Friends . The author is a granddaughter of the youngest daughter of Gen . Nathaniel Greene , and she tells the following story , in the words of her grandmother , concerning a visit of the latter to Washington at Philadelphia : One incident which occurred during that visit was so comical in itself , and so characteristic of Washington , that I recall it for your entertainment . Early in a bright December morning a dralllooking old countryman called to see the president . lu the midst of their interview breakfast was announced ; and the president invited the visitor , as was occasions his hospitable wont on such , to a seat beside him at the table . The visitor drank his coffee from his saucer ; hut , lest any grief should come to the snowy damask , he laboriously scraped the bottom of his cup on the saucers edge before setting it down oil the tablecloth . He did it with such audible vigor tha...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 February 1898

j Beginning with I \ Constipation j i ii host of ailments come . Thosys- L \ tem is clogKecl-lmpurities multiply . \ 0 To expel these impurities in a natural 0 m rational way , use A \ Dr . Peters I I Blood \ \ Vitalizes I 0 A 100-year-old Swiss-German remedy d i —tho discovery of a wise Gorman phys- \ V kiati of tliooldon times . Pure roots W 0 und herbs and nothing else . 0 \ It is not a , violent cathartic . It gently J . r regulates howols , strengthens the dl- ? 0 gestivo organs , ar . d by utuifyiug tho 4 > blood gives tone and vigor to the entire % \ No Drug-Store medicine ; is sold 0 9 only by regular Vitalizer agents . 0 9 Persons living where there are no # j agents tor Dr . Peters Blood Vitalizer m \ can , by . sending S 3 . 00 obtain twelve 85- T 0 cent , bottles direct from the proprietor , 0 A This offer can bo obtained only onco by A \ the same person . \ i Write to DR . PETER FAHRNEY , ? £ U 2-U 4 South Hoyne Ave ., Chicago . 4 Fine Fruits , Nuts , Honey ,...

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

The Markets Live Stock riarket ^«^? B ?»! 0 Choice to extra steers , 1300 @ 1 » 0 { Mmx oooi to choice sWB . iioo @ i 60 o 4 BO ^ 25 wi ^ Dlain steers , lSOOfioOO lbs . ... 4-2 |@ f 80 ^ or P of air steers , % Oim lbs .. . 5 | • Common butchers steers ••••••¦••• | KK IS ? £ ^ 0 a C 6 cor S an a d nd h ^ 3 :: | l b InffeSftS ibs :: If : Native yeal calves , 1000400 lbs .... 4 . 0087 . 00 ia ^ taiiiiai « r :::: w « w • w ^ c rc 1 o n ws at e : ijog-g ¦ Fair to good cows | - « g |» . Canning cows •¦••••; ™ 10 Heifers a . 00 # 3 . 15 ° x f , .. ; 2 . 25 @ 3 . 00 Bulls •;; • 4 . oo @ 7 . oo iSek ^ - iiM - to-jJo lta ) 2 . 60 J 3 . 40 Feeders ( 750 to 950 lbs ) 3 . 25 @ 3 . 70 ^ n ^ ram ^^ .. !^^ SSS-Jg 1 i » = • :: ;<« Sorted light 3 . 9504 . 00 § oug , h S , v :::: 395 ® 4 . oo Bough , heavy .. 3 . 95 ® 4 . 00 Light , mixed 8 5003 . 60 Skips and pigs SSSaaffi Stags and rough sows a . 5 U « po . w Sheep-Quotations are a * follows : Good to choice native wethers .. 4 . 50 | 4 ....

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

OUR WEEKLY REVIEW desirable steers and butcher stuff . It looks as though there was more profit in putting on the finishing touches where it can be done than buying other cattle to till in at the present prices of feeders . HOQS The receipts of hogs so far this week were about 122 , 700 against 134 , 043 for the same time last week and prices to-day are about the same as they were a week ago to-day , although there has been considerable . fluctuation during the week . On Monday we had a light run , owing to the bad weather , and the speculators had an idea that there would be no more hogs coming an , d they bought freely at 10 cts . advance over Saturday s prices , running the hogs up to $ 4 . 25 , with one load at $ 4 . 27 % . The shippers bought a few at these prices , but they soon quit and the market weakened and closed with the advance lost , leaving a good many in the hands of speculators to be held over . On Tuesday we had a moderate run , but two of the principal shippers we...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 February 1898

• • 1 1 - i— i .-in . i ; . i - 1 . ¦ i n niJlll ^^^ - ^ -SsS ^ SSL- ^^^ BEr ^^^ TMfifilB MHIll JOSEPH ADAMS , ¦ ¦ 0 E Q * 0 C J-ADAMS . : U 1 U IM rMW ADAMS SONS & KrrCHtKt M fll I I I l » l OOW * ^ ESTABLISHED 1861 . w ^ , Bf IJQQVE .. STOCK C OMMISSION I I UNION STOCK YARDS , CHICAGO , III ., 1 HI AND UNION STOCK YARDS , SOUTH OMAHA , NEB „ AND K ANSAS C ITY , MO . uii

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
PARMER'S STOCK FEED COOKER . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 February 1898

PARMERS STOCK FEED COOKER . We show herewith art illustration of a new stock feed cooker that is meeting with a very large sale . It consists of a jacket of rolled sheet steel into which the kettle is set , and the fire is built under the kettle through the fire door shown in the picture . This gives an enclosed fire , where all the heat is directed against the bottom and sides of the kettle , saving any waste of fuel or heat . Three small chunks of wood or a bushel of corn cobs are guaranteed to make a lire that will last forty-eight hours if the fire door is kept closed . Thirty gallons of feed can be cooked in from twenty to thirty minutes . The kettle is of very smooth cast iron and sets In the jacket , being easily lifted out or ( being so low down ) the contents can be dipped out without inconvenience . There is absolutely no danger from fire and it can be used for making soap , boiling maple sap or for any other such purpose . Hundreds of these cookers have been sold and univ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 February 1898

Direct from Distiller * j * KH to Consumer | S 5 gj ^^ Hf | f ^^ H Saving Middlemens Profits , ^^^ KnJT Ef ^^^ l Preventing Possibility of Adulteration . ^^^¦\!§ ! i-E /^^^ l We are distillers with a wide reputation of 30 ^^^ BlHn ^^^ H > ears standing . We sell to consumers direct , so ^^^ Hfffffff ^^^ fl that our whiskey may be pure when it reaches you . ^^ HwlbHVK ^^ I Adulteiated whiskey is dangerous , abominable , ^ HSfSttlliH ^ I yet it is almost impossible to get pure whiskey I ^ RIFJHIIWI from dealers . We have tens of thousands of cusIfflfwBBKBl Vomers who never buy elsewhere . We want . more l ^ flQ | B ^^ I of them , and we make this offer to get them : I I-IAVMFKS I We will send four full quart bottles of Hayner s Seven Year I « n ^[ . ^ f . VAfD ¦ Old Double Copper Distilled Rye for $ 3 . 20 , Express Pre- ^ VEHYEAB 0 ^ . ¦ paid . We ship in plain packages-no marks to Indicate WlO > ^ Wtflbgi Urn contents ( which will avoid possible comment ) . Whe...

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

14 Chess i PROBLEM NO . 112 . Tournament Problem No . 8 . By Lee 1 Winclle . Black , -1 pieces . ¦ White , S pieces . 5 Q 2 ; 3 p lK 2 ; -2 ppl ; 3 P-1 : P 2 ki ; 3 PJ ; 3 P 2 PI : 4 S 3 .- Mate in three moves . Credit io Solvers—1 points . Credit the problem : 10 or less for originality ; 30 or less for beauty ; 30 or less for difficulty ; 30 or less for construction . PROBLEM NO . 113 . By Chas . A . Gtlborg . The author s own favorite of ills two movers . Black , S pieces . White , 9 pieces . White to play and mate in two moves . ¦• PROBLEM NO . 114 . By E . Pradignat . Black , G pieces . AVhile , 12 pieces . White to give mate in two moves . THE BROOKLYNM 2 HICAGO MATCH . This contest promises to be very close . Two more games are llnished . Broughton ( White , Brooklyn ) draws with Wilcox , anil Ruth ( White , Brooklyn ) loses to Dr . Phillips . Tills brings the score t 6 two and onehalf games , with seven to be finished . AV ft will print the tine game between Ruth and Phillip...

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

The Aurora Grinder The above is an illustration of the new improved Aurora Triple Geared Grinder . This is tho latest improvement in twohorse sweep mills , having been patented August 3 , 1897 . The grinder rings make four revolutions to one turn of the team , which makes it the fastest grinding sweep grinder in use . It is manufactured by T . L . Phillips , Aurora , 111 ., who sells It direct to the farmer at a price which is within tho reach of all . This machine has been thoroughly tested and found to have no equal . Price list and descriptive circulars will be gladly sent upon application .

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

Checkers . All « ob « criptloni , renewali , etc ., on ¦ eeonnt • fohaaK • n , ehould b « » ddrei » ed to CHECKER BD 1 TOB . O . mM , problema , etc ., gladly examined . THE KUMBERED BOARD . The i ;*<& 3 alwaje occupy tie eqnarei rrom » a tacluelve , and the whites the «< iuare » from il to M Ini • lnalTo . The player who haa blacks in the nret gam * ihould take trhitei In the second , and io on , beoomini accustomed to either color , and to reading the number ! from either aide of the board . End games from the great Scottish lourname , lt - POSITION NO . If , Ferric vs , Freedman . A Dyke open tarrh Cure is not a quack medicine . It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years , and is a regular prescription . It is composed of the best tonics known , combined with the best blood purifiers , acting directly on the mucous surfaces . The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in c...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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