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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 March 1898
March 5 , 1898 Stop !] Women , . jmmm m ^ , And consider that la ftddreulBf Mrs . Ptukhftm you us confiding ysuprWftt * Ilia to » woman—s woman whose ex . perlenoe in treating woman 1 ! diseases is greater than that of any living physician , male or female . You oan talk freely to a woman when it is revolting to relate yomr private troubles to a man ) besides , a man does not understand , simply beoause he is a man . MBS . PINKHAMI STANDING INVITATION . Women suffering from any form of female weakness are invited topromptly communicate with Mrs . Plnkham , at Lynn , Mass . All letters are re * celved , opened , read , and answered by women only . A woman can freely talk of her private illness to a woman . Thus has been established the eternal confidence between Mrs , Plnkham and the women of America which has never been broken . Out of the vast volume of experience which she has to draw from , it is more than possible that she has gained the very knowledge that will help your case ....
Our Boys and Girls [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 March 1898
Our Boys and Girls Spin Cheerfully Spin cheerfully , Not tearfully , Though wearily you plod ; 11 b Spin carefully , Spin prayerfully , But leave the thread with God . The shuttles of his purpose move To carry out his own design . Seek not too soon to disapprove His work , nor yet assign Dark motives , when with silent tread , You view each somber fold ; For , lo , within each darker thread There twines a thread of gold . Spin cheerfully , Not tearfully , He knows tho way you plod ; Spin carefully , Spin prayerfully , ] Jut leave the thread with God . —Selected Hugh John and the Scots Grays On this great day of which I have to tell , Hugh John had been honorably digging all the morning in the sand hole . He had on bis red coat , which was his most secret pride ; and he was devising a still more elaborate system of fortifications . Suddenly there came a sound which always made the heart of Hugh John beat in his side . It was the low thrilling reverberation of the drum . He had only t...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 March 1898
Doctors now agree that consumption is curable . Three things , if-taken together , will cure nearly every case in the first stages ; the majority of cases more advanced ; and ? few of those far advanced . The first is , fresh air ; the second , proper food ; the third , Scott s Emulsion of cod-liver oil with hypophosphites . To be cured , you must not lose in weight , and , if thin , you must gain . Nothing equals Scott s Emulsion to keep you in good flesh . 5 « . and $ 1 . 00 , all druggists . SCOTT &amp; BOWNE , Chemists , New York .
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 March 1898
GOLD D U ST • - - &gt; THE BEST • WASHING POWDER HERE IS A PUZZLE . .- ~ 2 Sf &gt; . ^ E , ^ fimta . J a N &gt;« « nd the T ^^^^^^ mSSi ^^ if Storkl llerelsancw KSBsi ? ^• &lt;* 3 h *? .. ^ FflRzLJrfii dlamond , tncludlngtol r ^ zta Ow *? ***) . . ^ Jt ^ lfflp ^ Wg yellowish lustre , ami Wffg *~ ~ r baa often deceived exnerts . You can wear tbe Alsatian ^ mlBmwam ^ lflamond sod everybody will believe , a ^ SsSf ^ s ^ E ^ it !&gt; &gt; REAL DIAMOND . For ¦ HgiSJ ^ B trading purposes , there s nothing equal Is ^ GrlnyLSssBBBr to it . TUe Alsatian Wamond pro Z ^ BnSBMmr serves its beautiful brilliancy for . . •¦*^ tfBsmW w ^ ever , IVlth your clipping ot puzzle , wil h V / T ^\ v * bird plainly marked , send fus piece 0 / f 1 ) \ \ \ V s paper showing size around nuger , also 10 cents , silver , to pay tot trial subscription to our magazine , and we will send you the famous Alsatian Diamond Bins ; as a prize , absolutely free . Will send ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 March 1898
The Markets Live Stock flarket Cattle—Quotations were as follows : Fancy native steers , 1600 @ 1700 1 ^ 5 . 4005 . 71 Choice to extra steers , 1300 @ 1500 yijS ; .,., 5 . 10 @ o . o Good to choice steers , 1200 @ 1500 Iha ; 4 . 8506 . 50 Fat plain steers , 1300 @ 160 O lbs ...... 4 . 60 @ 4 . 90 Poor to fair steers , 90001200 lbs ... | . 75 @ 4 . 2 Comon butcheus steers JSJ ? Good to choice cows and heifers .. S . 25 @ 4 . 2 o Fair to good cows and heifers .... 2 . 7503 . 25 Poor to good canning cows trsStilSi Stocfeerslnd feeders , 700 ® 1100 lbs .. 8 . 25 ® . 60 Native veal calves , 1000400 lbs .... 4 . 00 ® 6 . T 5 Export bulls ? S M Feeding and bologna bulls ., 2 . 60 @ S . Ji ^^ coVs ^ . 1 . 6 : 2 . W 3 . 29 Fair to good cows ? S ? s Canning cows ; 2-25 | 2 . 75 ™ v . y . v ..:::::::::: S ^ ^ fig ,. 2 . 2503 . 00 Calves 4 . 0006 . 75 Stockers ( 450 to 700 lbs ) 2 . 6003 . 40 Feeders ( 750 to 950 lbs ) 3 . 4003 . 85 Hogs-Quotations are as follows : Good to choice heavy iS io He...
OUR WEEKLY REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 March 1898
OUR WEEKLY REVIEW Receipts To-Day , 9 , 000 Cattle , 23 , 000 Hogs , 12 , 000 Sheep - Cattle Flarket Active Hog flarket Opened 5 c Higher , Closed Very Weak Sheep Market Slow , but Steady CATTLE Thia weeks receipts up to to-night will be about 41 , 000 against 44 , 507 for the same time last week . The official total for last week was 47 , 082 , or about 10 , 000 less than the preceding week , against 44 , 632 in 1897 and 44 , 908 in 1896 . Since the date of our last report we have had a very satisfactory trade on all desirable steers . Friday , with only 2 , 233 , prices were as high as any time during the week and everything was cleared out in good season . Monday , with only 14 , 223 , business was active and a brisk export demand gave plenty of life to the trade . A load of black cattle sold at $ 5 . 85 , the highest price of the year so far , and it looked a little cray . It only shows the small proportion of real good cattle , as this load was not the best we have had here in ...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 March 1898
tULfrer \ That Shirks j - \ and refuses to perform Its proper tunc- 0 \ tlbns mukes aches of the very worst \ 0 kind—headache , backache , siueaclie , # 0 boneache-dulls the bruin and weak- 0 \ ens the body . K l Dr . Peter s j I Blood I IVitalizer ? 5 is what you need . It is an honest Swiss- i W German remedy , in use more than 100 T 0 years . It relieves thebody of allrefuse # i matter , while it tones and Invigorates i W the system . It is an almost infallible « T 0 remedy fcr all diseases caused by lm- 0 \ pure or impoverished blood or from &gt; W a disordered stomach . \ P No Drug-Store medicine ; is sold f 0 only by regular Vitalizer agents . # w Persons living , where there are no 0 0 agents for Dr . Peter s Blood Vitalizer 0 i can , by sending $ 2 . 00 , obtain twelve \ ¦ F 35-cent bottlesdirect from the propri- W 0 etor . This offer en n lie obtained only 0 x once by the sumo person . \ 5 Write to DR . PETER FAHRNEY , 5 0 © 112-114 South Hoy ne Ave , Chicago . 0 QT...
Chess [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 March 1898
Chess SOLUTIONS . Prob . No . 101—Tournament No . 3 : 1 S-B 2 , K-B 5 ; 2 Q-B 8 ch . If 1 ... any other , 2 Q-K 4 . Our solvers credited this , averaging all credits : For beauty , 28 ; construction , 28 plus ; difficulty , 22 ( nearly ); originality , 9 ( nearly ) . Total average , 87 . 9 . Prob . No . 105-1 Q-KS 3 : Found by Paul Nelson , Pilger , Neb . ; Chas . A . Nourse , Chicago ; E . W . Engberg , Brooklyn ; Rev , L . H . Sahler , Schenectady , N . Y . ; E . Monrad , Chicago . THE ILLINOIS CHESS ASSOCIATION . The meeting of this organization was held on Feb . 22 d . There were fewer contestants than usual ; but the average of strength was very high , as the score below shows : ROUND ONE . Blanchard beat Silverberg . Pardee beat Hammersphur . LHommede beat Cornell . Uedeman beat Sonnenschein . Taylor beat Medinus . C . W . Phillips beat Dr . D . T . Phillips . Saulson beat Stuchfleld . Johnston beat Lee . ROUND TWO . Pardee beat Blanchard . Uedeman beat LHommede . C . \ V . Ph...
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 March 1898
WHEN OTHERS FAIL CONSULT $ 600 $ 350 BIO FOUR ITB 6 P *™*™ Cj »^ l # » JWAIV III ** FLORIDA BIST LINI FROM ONIOAQOANDTHINORTHWUT IT . LOUIS , PEORIA WMT AND NORTHWEST INDIANAPOLIS AND POINTS IN INDIANA AND MIOHIQAN t w \ m \ t \ mt \ w \ AIIIPIIIU DOCTOR SWEANYi ifwwiwii w « MINI DITROIT AND TOLIDO THILAKIMOION BUPPALO . CLEVELAND , COLUMBUS , SPRlNQFIILD , DAYTON AND ALL POINTS IN OHIO VIA For the speedy and permanent cure of all i NERVOUS , CHRONIC AND PRIVATE Diseases , oven in their most aggravated [ forms . There is no one man in the world whohasporformed so many permanent cures iu both Men and ¦ Women of troubles which other physicians of ac- ^^ E ^ gi ^ W g ^ 1688 HlunilllllTI .. I AIMQUII I f CINCINNATI OF LDUISVILLC UIHUinnnil III LWWIUIIbbb HUHAMIIFOAII . JSg ¦ toea « tjMUk « lt &lt; l 5 TcalBt of Bm « jrt ; Parlor Cars , Wagnw Sleeping Cars aadDlilMf Can . —— Nothing buttles his keen perception , Ws unerring diagnosis , nor his marvelous professional abilities , r...
WALK ASHORE ! [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 March 1898
WALK ASHORE ! A YOUNG WOMANS PERIL AND HER J PILOT . Hew She Drifted Into Danger and How She Was Saved . The woman on the raft is a type of hundreds of thousands of her sex who are drifting into danger . Up to a definite day , a given hour even , they have been enjoying life in perfect security . Then , in a moment , a sense of impending danger comes . They realize that they are at the mercy of disease , as dangerous an enemy to the It all happened at one of those pleasant sea side resorts , where life is comedy from day to day and tragedy has no place . She just stepped on the raft which she thought was moored , and in pure idleness of moort fell to rocking it from side to side , as she watched the B white sails shining in the sun , far out at sea . But the raft was not moored . Her rocking had slowly dislodged it from the sand , on which it was grounded , and when she turned around she was afloat and the shore a rod behind her . She cried for help and was heard by a lonely fisherm...
Sackett [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 March 1898
Sackett ( Continued from page 10 . ) neainst the empty crocks . They made Hgbt-hearted jokes , and where the houses were far apart they sang . They went home the same way they had come . The day had slipped along to the mallow warmth of two oclock , when hey reached the house of the woman who had bought a jar of extracted honey and warned them about Sackett . She was picking currants by the garden fence and she bobbed her sunbonneted head . What luck have you had ? she called to them . Weve sold it all ! Dora answered . You dont say ! . I didnt suppose there were folks enough left that Sackett hadnt sold to , said the woman , and she came down to her gate , with pleasant interest . •• We sold it all at one place , said Roxy . Land s sake ! What place ? said the woman . It s two or three miles back , tho other side of the big hill , said Dora ; a white house with evergreens all around it . You dont mean the one down in the hollow , right-hand side of the road ; nice place , with an e...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 March 1898
i ¦ CJ TRY A .- \ macama I ^ h £ * NDY CATHARTIf ^^ j j ase . 50 e . ^** imam \ mmmV * ^ Drajglsts . ua . J lj , m «« e &gt;«« a € &gt; sW*—»»«* e »«« M »«&gt; si « e «&gt; swi The Local Paper tr *? vSSTS i aierybody . W * rea 4 the local papers In thousand ! ot citlM and toraa cowing ererj irate and territory and the Dominion ol Canada . Olipplngi mpplled In all lines and eubitcU . Material tor eaaays , aermona , ipeechee , wrap boosu alwayaonhand . Daily reports ot new Incorporation ! , new Induatrlea , new Arms , new at « r « s entering bnslneaa . Write us for ratei . AMERICAN PRESS CLIPPING BUREAU , 154 USalle St ., CUMCO .