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Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 12 March 1898

¦ SI ¦^ B >^ grublnlKiiilmitos . Mrtl : ciia C 4 ttmmglSMea YSnthtH ttf StiltlMIVa aS ^ MiSMrvnwm ^^^^^ aS ^ 91 V ^ ciean Sweep of 2 Acres •» » « *» * * «* vr or ¦ ommpafa ^ Hfg ^ ^ affiiK ik SB I at a Sitting . A man , a boy anil a horpo fun operato it . No heavy chains or rods to handle . PT ^ WJ IJ £ y £ & £ ^ MB * BL & . l & ¦ I . I Ton annotloii 5 ™ artorittoimytnjc 8 ontiii | iio ( liiotN-etlmterlaii ( l . IlliistmWcatahiinioFItEE . UjJhLlf . WoK *!* 2 £% sEEmk Om I frMni ? prices , terms aiidtest ^ X . L . ORUSBkR , IRON - ffiW ^ MS ^ ~ SkJBMIfcC ^^ SSrf Wsm I SliurnPIIRalln STUMP MACHINE . 2-H 0 RSE HAWKEYE and other appliances for clearing timber land , c r * JB- - , » - «^ ili !? , adifi » aBC 3 aSgrl LJ 9 L 9 fiJOunV & K Co , 790 3 lh St . Monmouth , lll . ^^ mSm aSbsfe ^ g ^ Bf ^ l ^ l w * r * fcv . „_ ATTENTION , FARMERS ! SS&— - i ^ ^ / I ¦ | J » Hfcr > DON T WASTE 8 EED . ^~ * J &amp...

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The Week [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898

The Week There is a strange confusion in the public mind as to the whys and wherefores of recent action at Washington , and this confusion is not lessened by the latest word which comes from semi-official sources . It is safe to say that nine men out of ten connect the extraordinary action of congress in voting $ 50 , 000 , 000 for the national defense with the Maine disaster , and that the purchase of two Brazilian warships , the addition of two regiments to the United States army , the removal of troops from inland states to the coast , the large orders for munitions of war , the haste to complete all ships in process of construction—all these have been , in the public mind , related to the catastrophe in Havana harbor , and not only that , have been accepted as evidence that the destruction of the Maine was brought about by means involving the good faith , if not of the Spanish government , at least of representatives of that government . For several days there was an evident att...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Who Is to Blame ? [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898

Who Is to Blame ? To the Editor—The farmers voice is almost smothered in this government , now that all the machinery thereof is run in the interest of corporations , trusts , monopolies , and J . Pierpont Morgans banker clan . Is the farmer yet to have possession of what he creates ? Will the time come when it will not be legislated from his hands ? Pennville , Ind . B . F . Graves . Whatever the future of the American farmer is to be , it will come largely as a result of his own line of action . As long as he looks upon government as an abstract thing , quite removed from the sphere of his own activities , and permits the other fellow to make and execute the laws , can he in justice blame anyone but himself ? The American farmer needs to understand his own power and learn to use it with patriotic , courageous wisdom . He casts 45 per cent of the total vote of this country , and can absolutely control elections . Whose fault is it , then , if he is taxed out of all reason , while h...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Sounds a False Note [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898

Sounds a False Note We are in receipt of a little pamphlet , bearing the title A Primer of Socialism . It is the work of G . C . Clemens of Topeka , Kas . The reasons which impelled Mr . Clemens to call his views of economic reform socialism are not apparent in the pamphlet , as his socialism and the socialism with which the world at large is acquainted have nothing in common , except it be in that vagueness which characterizes nearly all the utterances of so-called socialists . Man being a social animal he is universally , to a greater or less degree , a socialist . The contention is between those who favor state socialism and those who oppose it . Many of the best thinkers of the world believe in the socialization of all things in their nature monopolies , such as railways of all kinds , water , light and other public conveniences in the cities , telephones , telegraphs , etc . But this is not the idea of the state socialists . They demand the socialization of all the means of pro...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Mayor Quincy ' s Plan [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898

Mayor Quincy s Plan When Josiah Qmncy was elected mayor of Boston he was declared to be a partisan of the machine type and a very pronounced one at that . But as mayor he has done one thing in the way of solving municipal problems which does credit to the historical and honorable name he bears , and is worthy of adoption in every city and town in the country . When he entered upon the discharge of the duties of his office he appointed a cabinet —an unofficial one—composed of seven citizens representing business and trade organizations with a total membership of 7 , 000 . These gentlemen have given their services freely to the city , with the result that legislation has been controlled in the interests of the people , for the council dared not ignore the unbiased and disinterested suggestions of a non-partisan body , speaking for the people . What this means will be understood by every citizen who suffers from the corruption or ignorance of the average board of aldermen . Mayor Qmncy...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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The Peace Spirit [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898

The Peace Spirit The glory has gone out of war . The kindlier spirit of brotherhood which the evolutionary processes of the years have developed makes the Macbethian desire to incarnadine the seas with the blood of his fellows not only impossible to the modern man , but the thought of the destruction of life , the sorrow , the pain , which are the inevitable concomitants and heritage of war , has become intolerable to him . And we may thank the commercial selfishness of the time for the part it has contributed toward this end , for if its motives were ignoble , the results have been good , illustrating anew- that God maketh even the wrath of man to praise him . No more significant fact has been developed by existing conditions as they refer to our relations with Spain than that the spirit of peace has succeeded to the spirit of war . President McKinley , catching the highest note of the great popular symphony , has attuned his acts to harmony with it , and though we shall not retrea...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898

I ^^^^* l _^ k ^ H ^ v ^ tt 4 ^ MMtt 0 ^^ 0 ^ h jtf ^ Mfrf ^ nri JII ^ SjB ^ wff . ^^ h . ^ Bi ^ f ^ k ^^ kttr ~ » B Published Weekly by THE FARMERS VOICE , 334 Dearborn Street , Chicago , lit . » -- ¦ „^ . i . . . — W . H . BURKE , J . C . BILUNGBLEA , EDITOR . BUSINESS MANAOHM . MILDER PURVIS , ASSOCIATE EMT & R . Entered at Chicago Post-Office as Second-Class Matter . Terms of Subscription : One Copy One Year One Dollar . Advertising Rates : Twenty-five Cents perAjrate ty « e . fc ake alt Drafts or Orders payable and address all oomataai . <« at ! ens to THE FARMERS VOICE . 334 Dearborn Street , Okie *** * THE FARMERS VOICE Co ., 334 Dearborn St ., CklMfe . Ill , CHICAGO , MARCH 19 , 1808 .

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Spring [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898

Spring Along with the rumble and roar of the thunder storm comes the announcement that seeding has begun upon the Western prairies ; and though the temperature is not balmy and the clouds of March lower , we welcome these evidences of springtime with pleasure and hope . Upon the farm and in the garden activity will soon succeed to the long rest of winter . Work becomes a joy , and the prospect of success gives a zest to life and endeavor which obstacles , many and serious , cannot lessen . To the man or woman , the boy or girl , held by grim necessity to the office desk , the close factory , the crowded store of the great city , the delights which belong of right to those engaged in the regal occupation of tilling the soil are quite unknown , or , if with other memories of the past , mingle sweet recollections of a time in the long ago when they , too , enjoyed the fragrance and the freedom of the country air , it is only left for them to dream of a happy time when once more they ma...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Tax Reform [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898

Tax Reform President Harrison s address at Chicago on Washingtons birthday , reference to which was made in this journal at the time , has aroused much discussion , and it is gratifying to note with what unanimity the press has come to appreciate the fact that the suggestions for actual reform which he made are wholly impractical . It is gratifying for the reason that the sooner all nonsense of that sort is ended , the quicker will real reform be accomplished . The ex-president s warning note was of immeasurable value to the country . He sounded an alarm which men in his walk of life have too long hesitated to do . His demand for equal and exact taxation in the proportion of benefits enjoyed all will agree with and thank him for the scoring he gave the men who evade this part of their public duty . But when he appealed to the patriotism of men to make them honest with the assessors and tax collectors , he must have known that his eloquence was lost upon the desert air . And when he ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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1 I g I Sugar Beets In Illinois 1 I [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898

1 I g I Sugar Beets In Illinois 1 I IF Illinois is ever to engage in the production of ueet sugar , there is no time like the present for taking up the preliminary work . If a start is to be made this year it must be done within a short time or the season of planting will be past and the work will be delayed until next year . There can be no doubt regarding the success of united effort in this direction , as the experiments made last year have proved that beets grown in Illinois are up to the standard of saccharine strength and purity . The experiments so far have been conducted under conditions more resembling garden work than actual field operations . The thing to do now is to conduct some experiments with patches that will show the amount of labor and the results to be expected from it when field conditions obtain . There is no doubt but such work under the direction of a competent manager will show even better percentages than were obtained last year . This done the farmers will...

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Agriculture . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898

Agriculture . Squire Bunker s Tile Drains I ve noticed one thing , said Hank Lister , winking to the c . wd that sat on the porch of the postoflice one warm day last week , as Squire Bunker cleaned the mud from his boots with a sliver from a packing box , an that is that dreanin dont seem to do much good in this country . What give you that notion , Hank ? asked the Squire , taking up the bait that had been thrown out by Hank . Wall , for one thing , I done a little myself a few years back , an the dreans filled up about as soon as I could dig em out , and , for another thing , I noticed as I went by your place yesterday that your barnyard was about as near afloat as it could get . Yes , said the Squire , I remember about your dreaning , as you call it . You run a few plow furrows around in some wet spots , but didnt take the trouble to deepen them enough so as to make an outlet for em , an as a matter o course they filled up . You never made a dtcsnt drain , open or closed , on you...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898

March . 19 , 1898 No More Scrofula Not a Symptom of the Affliction Since Cured by Hood s . When our daughter was two years old she broke out all over her face and head with scrofula sores . Nothing that we did for her seemed to do any good . We became discouraged , but one day na * Hood s Saraaparilla so highly recommended that we decided to try it . The first bottle helped her , and after taking six bottles her face was smooth and w 8 have not seen any signs of scrofula returning , S ILAS VERNOOT , West Park New York . Get only Hood s because HOOd S barilla Is the best-in fact the One True Blood Puriller . H r \ A * DSlIc cure nausea , Indigestion , flood S flllS biliousness . constipation , P **»^ siiiTiVw > v s * MADi : i ( TUieSffll DUWU I of the very best ! flMlw lOslBL— material . Wheels select second growth ! t /^ T ^ T ^ f ^^^ vlilckoryiwill stand the rough usage . Gears , ! ! p ^^^^^ £ ^^ q ) iickory tough as whalebone . Irouedjbesls iV / WI \>/ c /&am...

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Garden and Orchard [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898

Garden and Orchard The Farm Garden It is very easy to grow two crops on garden even during our comparatively short summers if proper care is taken in making the plans in the spring . Radishes and lettuce may be grown during the entire season , and one crop of these succeed another . The plot devoted to these two valuable members of the garden family should be made very rich to begin with and as soon as the ground is made vacant by using them other seed should be sown at once in order to have another supply coming on . The earlier radishes will mature inside of thirty days and several sowings a week apart should be made in order to keep the supply constant , as they are not good when overgrown . For winter radishes the seed should be sown at the same time as the turnips and may be sown with the turnips with better success ofteu than if they had been sown alone . For early lettuce sow any of the forcing sorts advertised by seedsmen and for the later supply sow the head varieties , thi...

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The Paul Rose flusk Melon [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898

The Paul Rose flusk Melon The growth of the musk melon trade in the cities or this country has matle it of the utmost importance that only the best varieties be grown if success is to be assured . We take pleasure in calling our readers attention to a new variety which already has won the confidence of those who have tried it and its record during 18 H 7 places It at the very top as a seller . Here is what President Morrill of the Michigan State Horticultural society says of this melon , well-illustrated in the accompanying cut : J . C . Vaughan—Dear Sir : Replying to your favor of the 1 st , which I find on my return from a trip , would say ( hat I know the parentage and the method by which Paul Pose has originated the Petoskey or Paul Rose melon , and would say further that if the type is well fixed it must prove to he one of the most satisfactory market melons ever produced . As for Mr . Rose . I have known him from a hoy and am quite familiar with all his work , and as a scienti...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898

-gr- ^ i W is one of the three 1 m11 /^ 4- * ¦ * r > i UT ± P ortant ingredients of | - ^ | 1 I \\ ^ J a complete fertilizer ; I \ j UCIOJ . J . ^ ?**? , ** ph ° s- - **— phone acid and nitrogen . Too little Potash is sure to result in a partial crop failure . m «¦ An illustrated book which tells what Potash is , how it ¦ 11 should be used , and how much Potash a well-balanced B- « l tl 9 d \ d \ fertilizer should contain , is sent free to all applicants . Ill I yV j Send your address . - * - ¦ « ¦ • V / ^ - / OERflAN KALI WORKS , 93 Nassau St ., New York . ALL FOR 20 CENTS Beet-Early Eclipse , one of the best earlies . Cucumber-Early Frame , ( meof the earliest . cHrnt-Danvers fine Quality . Cabbage-All Seasons , good for early or lale . Lrttace ^ rend KSan eoI ttiebest OnlorAYellowGlobeDanvers standard . Parsnip -HoUow Crown , best sort . Radish-Long Scarlet a favorite . Squash-Mam . Summer Crookncck , early . Tomato-Beauty , none better . Conrl *> nr &am...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898

\ ^ NevHiiusk Melon { Paul Rose SMP . IAll . BOSK v .. \ Doc . ltlll j ^ ik-Js . ( I have round in ^ . Nft » ( experience o [ nearl ; if JM i tyearsin melon ( , iowl „« * ^• uffl C that there Is an Incn »^ ^ ¦* B j i ( ed demand in most • £ Wg , ( the largo cities of % . t . JS i I Northern states I Uyi ^ w 1 jjf J salmon-noshed inch \ *^ Jp , Jand further that N * 5 S ? , , i trade prefer their li > i ^^^¦^ Bt ^^ , lonsln the half husnt . , I I Climax lmsket . The Osage is too large for ai i basket melon . The Kniuruld Gem will not stolid , I , transportation or warm weatber . bcsidesitgrows i I . all sized melons on the same vine . 1 he Fain , I Rose corrects Ilieso fanlls , and will carry > I farther , stand up louder , ami give licttcr sat- J I lsfnclion than any xnlinoii-flcslicil melon I > > have ever grown . It la the best melon 1 have ^ > found for IheNorlh . 3 Iy experience with it hi \ ;> Southern Indiana th...

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Live Stock and Dairy [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898

Live Stock and Dairy K . Davenport , Director of the Illinois Experiment Station , and Professor of Animal Husbandry and Deanol the Agricultural College of the University of Illinois , Urbana , has become a regular editorial contributor to this department . All questions relating to Animal Hasoandry , save those belonging to the Veterinary department will be answered by Prof . Davenport . Farm Separator System From an editorial in the Elgin Report we gather a few facts concerning the new system of cream gathering for creameries that will he interesting to our friends who patronize creameries . This new system consists in each dairyman having a separator on his farm and separating his milk at home instead of hauling it to the factory entire and hauling back the skimmed milk . The cream being gathered by a man employed for that purpose instead of each man driving to the factory with his milk . This is a saving of time and labor , and as time is money this saving appears in the cost of...

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