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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 March 1898

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 5 March 1898

PM ^ s ™ ™ , ^^^ ¦ IH f ^ B ^ * griib In IK minutes . Makes a CiammgltMet Tinthof tit * SHmwtW » Vi ^^ A ^ k ^ Sr ^^ m ^^^ Hot 1 at a Sitting . A roan , a tray and a horse can operate it . No heavy chains or rods to handle . WJ ^ Aw . ,, ITS , A /&& Smi &? mB 30 HH I Ton can not longeran ord to paytaieBonunnroductivotimberland . Illustrated catalogue FKEE . f ignjAXBtl /• ^ | I HBK ^ S *? S ^ 3 SM 1 B tmm I ciMnc Prices , terms and tostimoDlala . alHO full Information conconiliiB our I , I . L QRUBBER , IRON EWiRSBSsli WikAV /^ ir—f ^^ SSSa ^ W • B I BlANT DRUB AND STUMP MACHINE , 2-HORSEJIAWKEYE and other appliances fordeoAur tfmoer land t igffi ^ SsgSS ^ B ^ SifitaSi LJMLJ rAfflnssTaik « Tito « . to Shetland I ODJ- caulosuc ) Milne Mfg . Go . 7 S 6 3 th St . Monmouth , III . lIt ^ s ^ MS &> M ^ SiM £ Mg 3 MmW mWy Stir the Earth . A mmmV > A ?/ £ Tou C 8 n d 0 beBt < easiest , quickest with a Planet Jr...

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The Week [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 12 March 1898

The Week National honor before party interests . That is the patriotic and significant attitude of members of all parties as expressed in the action of congress on Tuesday in passing the bill appropriating $ 50 , 000 , 000 for the national defense without one dissenting voice . However widely we may differ in matters of domestic concern , it was well said , the Americans present a united front to a foreign foe . The scene on Tuesday , albeit there was too much of the theatrical about it , was one which must add strength to our position in international affairs , and though it had the appearance and the sound of war , all will recognize in that action a powerful influence for peace . The report of the board of inquiry has not been made public , but the silence on that subject , taken together with the action of congress , is ominous , and the public feels justified in anticipating a report which will show Spain to be responsible for the awful explosion which destroyed the Maine and h...

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Where Responsibility Lies [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 12 March 1898

Where Responsibility Lies Dreams of equality , fraternity and the universal brotherhood of man are as iridescent as the dream of purifying politics . So , I say , we shall have to take things as we find them and make the best of them . That is the cheerful philosophy of a correspondent whose letter appears in the Forum department of this issue of The Farmers Voice . But if it be cheerful to the writer it is not to the millions who suffer from conditions which grind them into the semblance only of men and women . If the world could be made to believe with him that injustice is a permanent fixture , and wrong so deeply imbedded in humanity that it can never be rooted out , there would follow a revolution such as history has never recorded . • Our correspondent seems to think the writers who urge reform are the revolutionists . We do not hesitate to say that they are ones who keep hope alive and are the true conservators of the social fabric . If it had not been for Garrison s faith , ...

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American Corn at Pans [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 12 March 1898

American Corn at Pans is distinctly American , at least in a commercial way . Wc grow , excellent wheat , but so do many other countries and we are compelled to enter into competition with them in the world s markets . Big crops in Russia , India , Australia , the Argentine , Austria-Hungary , or in a few of these countries affect the price of wheat and sometimes make it impossible for the American farmer to dispose of his surplus at cost of production . With corn this is entirely different . If we develop a European demand for it , that demand can be supplied only by this country , and the price , therefore , will not be subject to foreign competition . The United States produce annually about 2 , 150 , 000 ,- 000 bushels of Indian corn . Each cent a bushel added to the market price of this corn adds to the farmers income $ 21 , 500 , 000 . The increase in the export demand would tend to raise the price of the cereal and hold it at a figure representing profit to the producer , whi...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Those Climatic Changes [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 12 March 1898

Those Climatic Changes Is it hotter in summer and colder in winter than it used to be in the good old days ? Or dont we get as much snow as we once did , and do the signs that once we trusted in fail us now ? These and myriad other questions vex the older inhabitants and make moderns doubt if they be not living in a time of climatic degeneracy and meteorological irregularity portentous of evil days to come . A reassuring word comes from the editor of the Monthly Review published by the United States weather service in reply to an inquiry . The waiter says : On the general question as to tire appreciable changes in climate the editor s opinion is that there has been no such change in any respect whatever so far as meteorology proper is concerned . If we divide our records of the weather recorded in North America since the days of Columbus into two periods , viz ., before and after the year 1800 , we shall find that every peculiarity , such as remarkable storms , winds , rains , flood...

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Politics and War [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 12 March 1898

Politics and War Between war and free silver , the Times-Herald is for war ! That is the hysterical condition into which the editor of a Chicago newspaper was thrown by the statement of a New York editor that the slogan of Democracy would be , come fall election time , Free Cuba and Free Silver , and that this would set the prairies on fire and sweep Republican rule into oblivion . Therefore , the Times-Herald urges the administration to go to war and thus forestall the wicked Democrats , Populists and other dangerous creatures ! Our hysterical friend need not be unduly exercised . This Cuban business is not a matter of partisan politics . Mr . McKinley is carrying out the policy of his Democratic predecessor , and with few exceptions he enjoys at this moment the support of members of both parties just so far as his policy tends to preserve peace . Members of all parties feel that both Cleveland and McKinley have been and are mistaken in their policy of non-intervention ; that human...

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An Agricultural Attache [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 12 March 1898

An Agricultural Attache Upon the recommendation of Secretary Wilson , the president has decided to detail Dr . Charles W . Stiles as agricultural attache to the United States embassy at Berlin . Dr . Stiles duty will be to keep the agricultural department informed of important discoveries and other matters of interest to agricultural science , to defend American meats , fruits and other exports against the war that is being made upon them in Germany , and to advise the secretary of agriculture from time to time concerning the purity of the food products that are shipped from Germany to the United States . The choice of Dr . Stiles as the one to inaugurate this new work in which the secretary of agriculture is so greatly interested , appears to have been most happy . Although only 30 years of age , Dr . Stiles already has won international fame . He has degrees from the University of Leipsic , the University of Berlin , the Pasteur institute and the College of France . He is a member...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 12 March 1898

Published Weekly by THE FARMERS VOICE , 334 Dearborn Street , Chicago , 111 . W . H . BURKE , J . C . BILMNGSLEA , EDITOR . BUSINESS MANAGER . MIIAER PURVIS , ASSOCIATE EDITOR . Entered at Chicago Post-Office as Second-Class Matter . Terms of Subscription : One Copy One Tear One Dollar , Advertising Rates : Twenty-five Cents perAffate Line . N . ake all Drafts or Orders payable and address alloommunl . tatlons to THE FARMERS VOICS . 334 Dearborn Street , Chicago . ^ THE FARMERS VOICE Co ., 334 Dearborn St ., Chicago . Ill , ¦ CHICAGO , MARCH 18 , 1898 .

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iprfwwwwii t The future of Corn K # f J [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 12 March 1898

iprfwwwwii t The future of Corn K # f J ^ -r T HAT is to be the future of corn ? That is \ /\ / the question which to-day is uppermost Y \ in tlle mlnds of tlle farmers in this great Western corn belt , and it is question vital , not alone to them , but to every interest in the nation . And the question is most pressing at this time . As I have traveled over the cornhell counties of central Illinois from one Farmers institute to another , I have observed conditions which indicate of how great moment to the state and the country is the development of the market for corn . Everywhere have I found huge corn cribs , filled to overflowing , many of them containing the results of the harvests of two and three years ago . In the institutes I have heard papers read in which it was declared that by careful and intensive cultivation the crop upon the present acreage can be increased from 50 to 100 per cent ; and we know this is true , when we recall the wonderful exhibits made at our own stat...

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Organization [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 12 March 1898

Organization As soon as a farmer begins to get comfortably fixed on his farm , as soon as he has received a competence and can really for the first time enjoy life , he begins to talk of moving to town , and finally pulls up and goes . Once there he is soon lost sight of and disappears . While in the country he was well respected and perhaps a leader , once in the town or city he is overlooked—becomes a cipher . Why should a farmer leave a country neighborhood with which he has become identified and interested ? The country society is not what it ought to be , and this dissatisfied farmer thinks he will find better by moving to town . Now let him stay in his country home and go to work and help improve the condition of himself and brother farmers and make a better society right at home . Organize them , get better roads , better schools , better society , better facilities for doing business , do more business , encourage smaller farms and more intensive farming . Dont be selfish . ...

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Agriculture . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 12 March 1898

Agriculture . Corn Experiments At the recent Illinois State Farmers institute A . D . Shamel talked of some experiments he had made in corn culture last season . The corn was planted in rows side by side and all the conditions of planting were the same and the difference in the yields was solely on account of the different methods of cultivation that were employed . Tests were made to determine the condition of the soil as to moisture , and the cultivation consisted of deep stirring and shallow stirring of the soil , ridging and level culture , plowing with the oldfashioned shovel plow and with the modern bull tongue and eagle claw cultivators and also with disc cultivators . It was shown by these experiments that any system of cultivation that interferes in any way with the root system of the corn plant will make the yield lighter . Level culture was found to be preferable to ridging and the experiments were not favorable to disc cultivators . On two plots the cultivation consisted...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 12 March 1898

March 12 , 1898 Salt Rheum Intense Suffering-Could Not Sleep -Cured by Hoods Sarsaparilla . I had salt rheum on my arms , which itched intensely and kept me from sleep , ing . The skin on my hands would crack , open . My friends believed I was suffer , ing from blood poisoning . I decided to take Hoods Sarsaparilla . I did not ueo any improvement with the first bottle but continued with the medicine and after taking five bottles I was completel y cured . My hands are now as smooth as I could wish . A . 1 ) . HAGEY , Elroy , Pa , Hood s Sarsaparilla Is the best-in fact the One True Blood Purifier , Sold by all druggists . $ 1 ; six for $ 5 . u j ) i-kMi are prompt , efficient and Hood S flllS easy in effect . 20 cents . /^ EEDSV Bf Salzer s Seeds are Warranted to Produce . \ A ^¦ f E . Walter , LeRaysville , Pa ., astonished the world \ f M f ^ m by growiug 250 bushels Salters corn ; J , Itreidcr , ^ H ^ M Mishicott , Wis ., 173 bush , barley , and P . SInnot , ^ H AV Raodalia , Iowa...

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Garden and Orchard [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 12 March 1898

Garden and Orchard The Farm Garden There is no time gained by planting a earden before the ground is in the best Condition . If the planting is done when tie soil is wet the work of planting puts the soil in bad condition and it keeps so after it dries out and seeds planted at this stage do not germinate as freely nor grow as rapidly as they would if the planting had been delayed until the weather and soil conditions were more favorable . It often happens that a little hurry in this matter leads to delay or absolute loss . For this reason every precaution should be taken to drain the garden so as to allow the soil to get dry and warm at the earliest possible moment . There are some vegetables that are not injured , at all by any degree of cold likely to come at the season of planting , while the planting of others must be delayed until all possible danger of frost is past . Lettuce may be sown in the fall or at any time in the spring that the soil can be got in good condition . By g...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 12 March 1898

IOWA SILVER MINE Buy from the originator direst . I GROW all teed I sail and supplied the seed from which 215 , 178 and 166 bushel yields were grown . Guaranteed seed of this marvelous com at ok . 30 ct « ., half bus 75 cts „ I bus . Sl ; 5 for $ 4 . 75 cts . worth of valuable seed free If you name this paper . J H , BEAGLEf , Sibley , III . : CLOVER SEED ! Largest growers of Grass and Clover Seeds , in America . 6000 acres . Our Grass Mixtures last 1 a lifetime . Meadows sown in Apru will give a i rousing crop in July . Prices dirt . cheap . MamJmoth catalogue and 11 pkes . Grass and Grains free for but 10 c . postage . Catalogue alone 6 c . i JOHN A . SALZER SEED CO ., Li Cram , Wll . i ^ sjsjWWffffffWffWffffffffffffffffffWWHWfl I Evergreen Nursery Co ., & 4 . r ,. V 3 M $ • lass Evergreen and Deciduous Tree * , for jhtda , HU Kant or Umber . Catalogs * f m to applicants U / A DAY CASH each WEEK the year round , if TV © r / W you sell Stark Trees . Outfit free . STARK ...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 12 March 1898

Vegetables can be raised at a profit , and the yield enlarged , if properly fertilized . Most fertilizers do do not contain enough Potash Vegetables need plenty of pot ash— at least io % — besides the phosphoric acid and nitrogen . Write for our books which tell all about fertilizers . They are free . GERMAN KALI WORKS , 93 Nassau St ., New York . , . - S ^ MlAIISeed YiFW & W WARRANTEI / •¦¦ J A . V > X > ZOJH We warrant all our seed ere / A A V / O / iffM in accordance with the Fffl p Cj CK % \ ZJCSJ offer on the first page IB * ¦ yKtJKligM of our catalogue . « k / fir ~ 1 rrtJ & eFStiT A our > eed ls w IfffikfZsmSS & CllkW from carefully selected ¦ W & mnmBBmTr cabbage , onion , carrot , « jf n § HpVH |^^ beet , < tc , and yet at as low a \ Bswt 0 MaA prices as seed raised from trash . II ^ Btfl r Try the Surprise i * a , warranted IB sBllIUIIID t 0 be lhe very « < of a tne fi wK...

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live Stock and Dairy [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 12 March 1898

live Stock and Dairy E . Davenport , Director of the Illinois Experiment Station , and Frofessorof . Animal Husbandry and Dean of the Agricultural College of tho University of Illinois , rjrbana , has become a regular editorial contributor to this department . All questions relating to Animal Husbandry , save those belonging to the Veterinary department will be answered by Frof . Davenport . Practical Dairying There is not the least danger of knowing the details of dairying too well . At the recent Union county , Iowa , Farmers institute , A . 6 . White read a paper on the profits of dairying from which we select the following practical suggestion : As to what a cow should pay her owner , I will say that my own herd of from thirty-five to forty-five head during the last four years have averaged from $ 32 to $ 34 per head for butter sold , besides the calves they have raised . Some of my neighbors have done a great deal better with smaller herds , small herds as a rule averaging more...

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