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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 February 1898

WHEN OTHERS FAIL CONSULT DOCTOR SWEANY , For the speedy and permanent cure of all . NERVOUS , CHRONIC AND PRIVATE « S ! WJo ^ lB »? n % ^ wfflff ^ 5 S formed so ninny permanent cures in both Men ai u Women of troubles which oilier physicians of acknowledged abllltyhad plven on . ashopeless as this eminent SPECIALIST . Nothing baffles his keen perception , his unerring dlaunoslS , nor his marvelous professional abilities , resultltiK from many years of experience . YOtlSrO MEN suffering from any of the many aliments resulting from Indiscretions of youth or men of maturer years suffering from excesses or any kind should consult Him without delay , place themselves under His treatment ad have lost strength manly vigor and confidence restored . lAIDITC if you eaunot call , a letter WIT I I mn carefully describing your symptoms and Ho will send to you in Plain envelope his scientific and honest opinion of your case Iree of charge , and will also send you a book : o : valuable information...

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

Queries and Answers -eotl me how to tan hides and leave tho , ^ on They are wanted for furs . Ii .-ilr on . i / Yours truly , Watson , Mo . - __ M . L . L . a na v the skin in water until it is perfJdiv soft . This will be accomplished n i -Iter if the skin is worked with the nds while In the water . Then scraps ! on the flesh side , with a dull knife Mitil all the grease and pieces of flesh ire scraped off . Do this thoroughly , as ihe success of the work depends on all l e flesh being off the skin . Then make n n-iste of one ounce of pulverized alum , „ ne ounce of salt , one gill of water and wheat bran enough to make a soft paste . Unread this evenly over the flesh side of the skin and roll * It up with the fur side out and lay in a warm room for one day . After this open it out and let the paste dry , scrape the paste off and work the skirt with the hands until it is perfectly soft and pliable . It is impossible to overdo this part of the work ; Indian tanned skins are perfect ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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THE PATTERN OF A WOMAN'S LIFE [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 February 1898

THE PATTERN OF A WOMANS LIFE Favorite Prescription . I said despairingly : Oh , it s of no use , I cant ever be any better . She Insisted , and my husband who was in despair , got a bottle anil 1 took il just to please him . I bad not taken half a bottle when I was able to walk across ihe room without feeling faint or having any palpitation of the heart . Oh , what a God-send your medicine is to suffering luimanitv . We had spent two hundred dollars with the leading doctors without any benefit whatever . • Last December I had a baby and . thanks to your Favorite Prescription . 1 stood the confinement well and have a fourteen pound baby girl . To-day I feel as well as J ever did in my life . I bate to even think of how I felt before I began to take your medicine . 1 could not stand on my feet but it seemed as though I would fall through invselt : and to walk was simply fortiire . But to-day 1 can hardly believe ( bat I ever was so miserable . I know that ] induced a number of friends...

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 February 1898

Copyright , 1897 , t / James Charlton . GOOD MORNING ! Have you eve * traveled via the ( fticago ft . qiton R . ftBetween Chicago and Kansas City , Chicago and St . Louis , Chicago and Peoria , and St . Louis and Kansas City . It Is America s inos 4 jiopularrallroadand offers perfect passenger service between Chicago and -Denver , Colorado , Chicago and Hot Springs , Arkansas , and Chloags and California . • Jiuies Charlton , General Passenger and Ticket Ag »* l , s CMot ^ o , Illinois . MI ni ii ¦ - » ¦ > ti . j-Ly p 6 B ™ $ 3 . 50 ; i TBe Farmers : jc & lc ... • -Spfciaa ^ ¦ jf i j ^ jflt ^ ™^ This Scale has a scoop and platform and Will weigh from a oz . up to 840 lbe . - EVERYBODY WHO HAS TRIED IT LIKES IT . Price free on board at Chicago M . 00 > THB FABSBES VOICE , one year 1 . 00 - ; Total .. « 00 We will lend both for 83 . 50 . ! TBEFAimnOICE ( 3 ^ 0 „ E Wcl ! 8 T ^ jai I M rn » JTJ iTi ir ; ifni- w ttv CHEAP LANDS Located on the Illinois Ce...

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Some Funny "Ads " [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 February 1898

Some Funny Ads The following is a collection of amusing advertisements which were collected by a London periodical : Annual sale now on . Dont go elsewhere to bo cheated—come in here . Two sisters want washing . Wanted—A room by two gentlemen about thirty feet long and twenty feet broad . Wanted , by a respectable girl , her passage to New York , willing to take care of children and a good sailor . Respectable widow wants washing on Tuesdays . For Sale—A pianoforte , the property of a musician with carved legs . Mr . Brown , furrier , begs to announce that he will make up gowns , capes , etc ., for ladies out of their own skin . . Bull-dog for sale ; will eat anything ; very fond of children . Wanted—An organist and a boy to blow the same . Wanted—A boy to be partly outside and partly behind the counter . —Ex . A GOOD FEED GRINDER . The Peerless Feed Grinder , manufactured by the Stevens Manufacturing Co ., of Joliet , 111 ., which has been regularly advertised in these columns for ...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 February 1898

e ^^ g ^ ng S ^^ , WASH DAY ta ^ SBli iS made easy by THE l 8 M . M i ^ | i ||| WOKLDS WASHER fjL jMlllKwW the greatest labor saver of th-i WiiR \ T 10 th century . Youti-yitbefoae JVAMMAA VOU buy It , then you know . * ll < S ^ W Wash . easy . Clothes clean . swcet white as snow . Good for years . I pay freight . C E . BOSS , 100 Clean Street , LINCOLN , ILLS . When writing please mention THE FARMERS VOICE- Mlp ] Celebrated Kalamazoo ^ M FEED COOKER . ¦ Si ^^^ B Hide of Etnl Boiler Flat * . ¦ ^^^^ M IB » best and oheapestagrleult- ^ . JL ^^^^ H ural Boiler for cooking all r ^^ k \ Mmm \ kln * 3 ° r feed - heating oheen / n ^^^^ B vats , staamlng wheat , order . I mm ^ M ^ LA ing tobaico ever offered to the 1 ^^^^ H trade . Bend for dwcrlptiv * % ^ kmmm \\\ catalogue and prices . \ mm \\\\\\ % LULL & SKINNER CO , MmmykMKmM ^ Kalamazoo , Hick * When writing please mention THE FARMERS Y 0 f * 11111111111111 P STEEL CKET LAWN FENCE , steelgates , steel posts and ...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 February 1898

IRMI ^ S : I l 0 ^ emVs ^^ B ¥ Ss Standing Timber or Stumps o ^^^^^^ SS ^^ mX mm ¦ ataSIHInn . ji man . a boy and a home can operate it . No heavy chains or rods to handle wthsmW yfS ii JSuK ^ SI ^^^^^ ¦ - I Ton n ** i ™ aff ^^^ L jSJgl f ^ s ^ MM ^^^^^^ JkmlJ KllBBW ¦ IT PAYS UNDOUBTEDLY | eETl . ] THEBEST HILL j Mmm ^ SkWSffmmmmaTf ^ mmmmmmama ^ m * luster » Blehmond Machine Works , Circulars . J Richmond , Indians ,, V . M . A - : < r .:..:.. i :.: *^^^^ . this S * ft . steel mill ; guar- Plow . Turns furrow . 14 ^ ~ £ = ^* W * 11 J » . I ** liuys this Steel Biaiu I lantecd cosiest running inches . 11 disc * chilled This 2-h . I ) I « o Harrow This 2-, iorse Cultlvn- Cultivator , plain , with ; ; A strongest made ; imuiii- plows . Tho nll-Htcel cuts 0-ft ., has 12 lCin . tor , made of best tun- Jstcelreversibleshovels , . < ing and power mills , 8 to blow in picture cuts 12 dines . Wt . 850 lbs . Price , teriol . wlth shields , neck ill vinp two wearing edge...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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The Week [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 March 1898

The Week I think that any official participation on the part o £ the Spanish government in the disaster is now practically eliminated . That is the statement of the Maine affair made by Secretary Long as he came from the cabinet meeting on Tuesday , and it should be accepted by the public as final until the most conclusive evidence to the contrary is brought to light . It only confirms the views held by a large majority of American citizens , who , however they might doubt the good intentions of Spain , do not believe that nation is gone stark mad , as an act like the destruction of the Maine by intent would be . To commit an act of that character would be not only to bring down the vengeance of the American people , but the nations of the world would no longer recognize a government sunk so low in barbarism . The statement of the secretary of the navy is official , and may be taken as the consensus of the members of the cabinet . It is gratifying to know that whatever consequences ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Hr . Owen ' s Book [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 March 1898

Hr . Owen s Book ment , labor had been employed , materials used , and all paid for , yet not a bank or a money lender had been called in to assist in the work , not a cent of interest had been paid , nor had it cost the people a farthing . ¦ Mr . Owen s statement that this same method may be applied to the public works in the United States or anywhere else cannot be controverted . It is the proper way to build public works , and if the plan were followed out in the United States a wonderful degree of prosperity would exist in consequence , and our public highways , buildings , street railways , railway systems , telegraphs and telephones , canals , water and lighting systems , would be not only the finest in the world , but run on a basis which would admit of their use by every citizen . If Mr . Owen had but left out the preface to his book , there would be difficulty in finding fault with it . But his failure to see that the social duties of the state begin and end with the public...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Yellow Journalism [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 March 1898

Yellow Journalism Why has the daily newspaper lost its one-time influence and power ? is the question , stated in various forms , which has agitated many an editorial convention of late years . The newspapers have themselves supplied the answer , in no instance , perhaps , more marked than in the way the Maine disaster and the alleged news concerning its cause has been exploited by them . Here is one instance as reported from Washington . The managing editor of a New York journal wired its Washington correspondent : Send us full account of such-and-such a story . No truth in story , wired back the correspondent . D n the truth ; we want to sell papers ! was the patriotic rejoinder of the noble man who controls the destiny of the yellow sheet ! President McKinley and Secretary Long and other members of the cabinet have been kept busy denying interviews which the reporters had telegraphed from one end of the country to the other , interviews never had , and no word of which was true ....

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The Outlook for Wheat [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 March 1898

The Outlook for Wheat Cotton is discouragingly low in price , and this fact has driven the Southern grower to the necessity of finding a new crop , and he has turned to wheat . Latest returns place the area sown to winter wheat the country over at 26 , 663 , 000 acres , which is an increase of nearly 24 , 000 , 000 acres , or more than 11 per cent over the area sown for last year s crop . Crop conditions point to a large yield in many of the states , the average at this time being 87 . 8 per cent , while California reports 96 , Washington 98 , and Oregon 99 per cent . The estimates made at Washington put the aggregate of the prospective yield of winter wheat and the amount of wheat now held in this country at 315 , 000 , 000 bushels , which will admit of exports amounting to 145 , 000 , 000 bushels . With the granaries of the old world practically empty , and prospects for yields in the exporting countries not over bright , it would seem as though the American wheat grower were to e...

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The Power of Precedent [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 March 1898

The Power of Precedent Readers of The Farmers Voice will recall the recent inquiry set up in this paper by a correspondent , Are Courts Infallible ? Here is an instance related in a note to the editor from a friend in Kansas which shows not only how fallible are the men who sit in lefty places in the palaces of justice , but how their errors , through a superstitious adherence to precedent , go on perpetuating and multiplying themselves ad infinitum until it is impossible to secure justice in any line of cases in which their mistakes may serve to bolster up the false claims of the opposition . Here is an extract from the note : A day or so ago I met with a decision of the supreme court of this state , not very recently made , but which had not previously come to my notice . In this case the chief justice said that if the question wore a new one he would agree entirely with the district judge , whose decision was appealed from , but he felt bound by a decision that had been made by t...

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The State Farmers' Institute [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 March 1898

The State Farmers Institute The State Farmers institute held at the University of Illinois last week , was one of the most important meetings , so far as arousing interest in agricultural education is concerned , that has ever been held anywhere . Here were gathered representative farmers from every part of the state of Illinois , many of whom had but a vague idea of the magnitude of the great university that has been built up in Illinois for the benefit of farmers and their sons and daughters , as well as for the dwellers in cities and towns . When the great crowd which attended the sessions of the institute saw how well many of the departments are equipped and how little has been done in the way of building up a purely agricultural college , what magnificent possibilities are there for building up a great agricultural education institution , and how earnestly the men in charge desire to advance this important branch of the university , they as one man agreed that the agricultural ...

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

Published Weekly by TBB FARMERS VOICE ; 334 Dearborn Street , Chicago , 111 , TV . H . BURKE , J . C . BIIAINGS ^ EA , EDITOR . BUSINESS MANAGE * . MII ^ ER 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 Agate Wne . Make all Drafts or Orders payable and address allcommtmfc lat . ens to THE FARMERS VOICE , 334 Dearborn Street , Chicago , * THE FARMERS VOICE Co ., 334 Dearborn St ., Chicago . Ill , CHICAGO , MARCH 5 , 1898 .

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III Illinois and Beet Sugar $ I • t $ Mii &^ . /? - / p . ^/? - / p- * 7- ^& J ^^! £ ! i Aai ^ i jSiis ^^ Si ^ Si ^ ^ ^ ^ ^&^^^^^ illg | K ||^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^ g ^^^^^^^^^^^ Dfl [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 March 1898

III Illinois and Beet Sugar $ I • t $ Mii &^ . /? - / p . ^/? - / p- * 7- ^& J ^^! £ ! i Aai ^ i jSiis ^^ Si ^ Si ^ ^ ^ ^ ^&^^^^^ illg | K ||^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^ g ^^^^^^^^^^^ Dfl FRIDAY , February , 25 , 189 S , will be put down in Illinois history as the date upon which the definite beginning of a great industry was made . On that day there met it the University of Illinois a body of men interested in the establishment of the beet sugar industry in Illinois , who organized the Illinois Sugar Beet Growers association , and made the first united effort toward starting an enterprise which promises magnificent results for the agricultural interests of Illinois and cannot but affect favorably other states in the West . This meeting was called by Prof . Eugene Davenport , dean of the Illinois Agricultural college and director of the Illinois Experimental station . It was the first time in the history of experiment stations when such a meeting had b...

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Agriculture . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 March 1898

Agriculture . Farm Work for March During the month of March the crop work of the year begins , and the end of the feeding season approaches . In the gulf states spring has begun its course across the country and as the days grow longer and the sun more fervid , the brown earth begins to take on here and there in sheltered places , the green garb of summer . In the central West there are many things to be done in March . In those sections where winter wheat is grown and clover is sown with the wheat , the clover is sown during this month . The man who has sod to plow for corn will be anxious to begin as soon as possible , and will take advantage of any favorable weather that may give him a chance to open up this work . This brings the thought that it is well to look over the plows , harrows and other implements of planting time , that they may be ready for immediate use when needed . Wet places may be drained during this month to advantage . The ground is usually in the best possible...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 March 1898

Faith in Hood s The Creat Cures by Hoods Sarsaparilla Are Indeed Marvelous . My husband suffered with stomach trouble so bad at times ho could not work , He has taken Hood s Sarsaparilla and it is helping him wonderfully . He also had a scrofulous humor but Hood s Sarsaparilla cured this and ho has had no trouble with it since . My little boy , too , has been taking Hood s Sarsaparilla and it has given him a good appetite . We have great faith in Hood s Sarsaparilla . MRS . J . H . EDWABDS , 50 Edinburg St ., Rochester , New York . Be sure to get Hoods because HOOCi S paring Isthebest—infacttUe One True Blood Purifier , Sold by all druggists . $ 1 ; six for $ 5 . HrtrkH c Dillc are the best after-dinner nOOa S fills pins , aid digestion . 26 c , IDontMissi \ lra # s «^******^ I % 9 * 99 * wH 50 c . worth of I tea 3 ; We wantniuncs ™ I ; inf seed buyers HMVOIt JlWSiVl Snot already un VII Wl * # fiWV «* JM • 3 our list , unci as i ¦ « ¦ * ¦» • I An Inducemsni ^^ ^^ Ssame « : &...

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