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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 March 1898
Cinderella s fairy god-moth-er , with one touch of her magic wand , transformed the maiden s rags and tatters into the richest silks and satins . There are thousands of young women to - day w h o need a fairy god - mother who will touch them with the wand of health . A girl s best gift is her health . Every girl may be a healthy girl and become a liealtliv wife and a capable mother , if she will but take the proper care of herself in a womanly way . Dr . Pierce s Favorite Prescription is the best medicine for ailing women , young or old . It strengthens and invigorates the organs distinctl y feminine . It promotes regularity of their functions . It allays irritation and inflammation . It checks unnatural and exhausting drains . _ It puts the whole organism concerned in wifehood and motherhood into perfect condition . Almost all of the ills of womankind are traceable to some form of what is known as female complaint . Troubles of this kind unfit a woman for wifehood and motherhood . ...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 March 1898
A WONDERFUL CHURN , I have been In the dairy business all my life , and have many times churned for an hour before butter would appear , so when I heard of a ohura that would churn in a minute I concluded to try it . Every day for a week I used It , and not only could I churn in a minute , but I got more and better butter than with a common churn . This is very important information to butter makers . The churn works easily and will churn an ordinary cliurningofn less than sixty seconds . I have sold two dozen of theso churns in the past month . Every butter maker that has seen me churn In less than a minute bought one . You can obtain all denirtd Information regarding the churn by addressing Mound City Ohurn Co ., St . Louis , Mo ., and they will give you prompt and courteous attention . A DAIRYMAN . Italian W ~ % m Take the lead ¦ VfJkfJk ( w when it cemei \ 3 \ f j \ fJ ^ to busmen . fly Queens are number one . Buy of me once and you will again . sWSend for FREE Circular . J . O ...
^^^¦^ ' ^¦^^^ a ifcA . ^ frftfr ^ ifcAfttii ^ 'frAft ^ ftftftftftftftftfcftifr ^ ftftjfrftftftft ^ M ^ ftfti NOTES OF THE DAY [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 March 1898
^^^¦^ ^¦^^^ a ifcA . ^ frftfr ^ ifcAfttii ^ frAft ^ ftftftftftftftftfcftifr ^ ftftjfrftftftft ^ M ^ ftfti NOTES OF THE DAY S TORM and flood have worked great havoc over a broad area of the country during the past ¦ week . Blizzards in Kansas , in Nebraska , a destructive hurricane in Missouri , and desstroying floods in Illinois , Indiana , Michigan , West Virginia and Ohio have made the -week notable , and exhibited the leonine characteristics of March to full advantage . In Ohio the floods are simply appalling . Thursday mornings reports from Columbus , Dayton , Cincinnati , Zanesville , Newark , Bellaire , Hamilton and other cities indicate that thousands of families have been driven from their homes by high water , and that the terrible disasters of 1884 are likely to be repeated if precipitation does not cease . At 8 o clock Wednesday night the Ohio river at Bellaire was within four feet of the big flood of 84 . In many cities of the state railroads are unable to operate , and ...
The Farmers' Forum [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 March 1898
The Farmers Forum The Fanners Forum Invite , communication . aU on . object * from whatever point of view , the edltov of taa VOIOB assuming no responsibility whatever for the Idea , expressed No communication should exceed 800 word * in length . North Dakota s Outlook It would be high praise for North Dakota if I could accurately describe the remarkable winter , with its mild temperature , days of sunshine and almost entire absence of snow , which we have encountered and passed . I have driven horses before a sleigh for one day only this winter , and then I encountered too much bare ground for pleasure . All other travel has been on wheels over a hard , smoothly frozen road . And now , apropos to our mild winter , let me say a few words about fuel . In its north central part North Dakota is favored with vast areas of lignite , lying so near or on the surface that dredges can lift it from its bed , after being blasted , onto cars standing on tracks near-by . This lignite gives a ste...
AT « "e $ 97 Q Paris Exposition w I S [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 March 1898
AT « e $ 97 Q Paris Exposition w I S ^ mm Farmers Voice Educational Tours Association : Gentlemen : —A copy of the little book describing your European tours for 1900 has come into my hands , and I am much interested in your plan . I know by experience something of the annoyance and inconvenience to which travelers from America are subjected in Europe , especially when they are not familiar with the languages spoken there . One incident will illustrate : One afternoon a young lady friend and myself were returning from a shopping trip to Cologne to a village thirty miles away , at which we were staying . The weather was fine , the scenery along the Rhine beautiful and everything we saw so interesting that we perhaps were a little careless , but thought not . However , we i entered the railway station , purchased our tickets , asked a station guard which train would take us to A , and supposed that we followed his directions . We sat by the open window of our railway carriage enjoying...
A MERCHANT'S LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 March 1898
A MERCHANTS LETTER To Dr . Hartman , President of the Surgical Hotel Marshall is a neat little city of 7 , 000 population in the State of Texas . Among its many enterprising merchants is Mr . V . E . Wyatt . In a recent letter to Dr . Hartman , Mr . Wyatt says : I have been afflicted with la grippe four times and the last time was worse than the first . I began to think , after trying several remedies without any relief , that the disease could not be cured . Two years ago was the last time I had an attack of it . I decided to try Pe-ru-na and got six bottles . The first bottle I took did me more good than all the medicines I had taken before . I recommend Pe-ru-na to all who are suffering with any disease it is advertised to cure . I am well and stout now . I want everybody afflicted as I was to know of the wonderful merits of Pe-ru-na . Unless treated by Pe-ru-na , la grippe leaves the system in a deplorable condition . It completely demoralizes the nervous system , deranges diges...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 March 1898
12 * 11 V Vegetable 1 ) 911 &gt; Sicilian fair Renewcr doesforthe hair justwhat its name Bays it does-it renews it . F »&lt; nf » failing , thin locks are stimulated to look Fresh and uew by Jts use : natare does the rest . ., _ I have never found a preparation for the hair equal to Hall s Sicilian Hair Kenevrer . It keeps the scalp All druggists sell it . RfffiMiHlfil &amp; ft I HB KW ^^ MBRWDN BSMSWELMEI *** ItMNiMBBKnt / mfi 11 rflSH ^^ H «*»» IBilFralwfitt ^ s M ^ S ^^ xis ^^ Jm ^^ M V ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ mBm u 2 H | ^ WJ 1 -IBSu Jma KaHH wHU mmk JmM (« M VJ « 5 J white and clean , promotes a neaitny Aral growth of hair , and renders it soft , A ^ Jl glossy , and pliable . -Mrs . J . h . ( HU BWSESI Chelsea , Mass . vHKU JH tammmmmmimmmm ^^*^ S ^ B ^^ M
Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 March 1898
CTHE IMPROVED T I 1 United States Separator I B IS DAILY ADDING TO ITS RECORDS W WB PROVING ITS EXCELLENCE OYER ALL OTHER SEPARATORS fffl Many letters being constantly received from the dairymen using them , stating they are doing better | 9 llian claimed , running over capacity , ami showing ONLY A TRAOB OF F * T IN THIS SKIM MILK . —J Hi To these records from practical dairymen are added the records of the various Experiment Stations H ¦ I which follow : ^ B H Cornell University , N . Y „ Experiment Station 0 . 03 H MM Vermont Experiment Station Dairy School 0 . 01 H &amp; Minnesota Experiment Station 0 . 02 H | Pennsylvania Experiment Station Dairy School ... 0 . 04 HJ Indiana Experiment Station Dairy School Trace MM Ohio Experiment Station .. Mere Trace M North Carolina Agricultural and Mechanical - Trace W Indiana State Board of Agriculture M ( Department of Dairy Produce and Cattle ) , No Trace MM Illinois Experiment Station Less than 0 . 1 MM Maine Agricultural Experi...
Woman and Home [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 March 1898
Woman and Home Her Face Scant beauty Nature gave her ; in disguise , . . Rugged and harsh she bade her go about , With face- unlovely , save the dark , sail eyes From which her fearless soul looked bravely out . But Life took up the chisel , used her face Roughly , witn many blows , as sculptors use a block ; It wrought a little while , and lo ! a grace Fell as a sunbeam falls upon a rock . Across her soul a heavy sorrow swept , As tidal waves sweep sometimes o er the land , ,, , Leaving her face , when back it ebbed and crept , Tranquil and purified , like tide-washed sand . And of her face her gentleness grew part , And all her holy thoughts left there their trace . A great love found its way within her Its root was there ; its blossom in her fanp . So , when Death came to set the sweet soul free , , From the poor body that was never fair , We watched the face and marveled much , to see How life had carved for Death an angel there . —Selected . Mrs . Richard s Opportunity Why , Mr...
ABOUT CHANGE OF LIFE . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 March 1898
ABOUT CHANGE OF LIFE . I suffered for eight years , and could find no permanent relief until one year ago . My trouble was Change of Life . I tried Lydia E . Pinkhams Vegetable Compound , and relief came ^^ mWMa ^ almost immediate ly . Ihave taken two bottles of the Vegetable Compound , ,. three boxes ^ of Pills , HB and have E ^ also used \ # the SanJ \ ative • Wash , and must say I have never had any thing help so much . I have better health than I ever had In my life . I feel like a new person , perfectly strong . I give the Compound all the credit . I have recommended it to several of my friends who are using it with like results . It has cured me of several female diseases . I would not do without Mrs . Pinkham s remedies for anything . There is no need of so much female suffering . Her remedies are a sure cure . —MRS . ELLA K BISBR , Knightstown , Henry Co ., Ind . By the way , the leading druggists tell us that the demand for Lydia E . Pinkhams Vegetable Compound is simply be...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 March 1898
IFREEFARM of the best quality , Rich Soil , oil the Soo X Railway In North Dakota . On Streams X and Lakes , Coal one dollar a ton . Your m last chance to secure a government fro » tt &gt; homestead of ISO acres , m Choice Hardwood Timber Lends In WISCONSIN and MICHIGAN . Mack Soil , Near Stations , $ 3 . 00 to $ 5 . 00 per acre , a Clover and Dairy Country . ^ • Sis ! 1 ¦ Priced Prairie Lands W &gt; MINNESOTA and NORTH DAKOTA . * For Illustrated Book and Maps PRBE , U &gt; Write to $ D . W . CASSEDAY , f &gt; Land Agent Soo Railway • $ MINNEAPOLIS , MINN . » $ e € e € «« € 6 € . € e €€€ 6 € e €€ 6 « e * # &lt; n tu I ! J A Q &lt; n A ( j ) ALSO % to m f W JE X A 5 K % in 0 $ ( ft | j » \ 0000000000000000 Murat Halstead § s g o Great Cuba Book , o O All admit Cuba ; Spain ; Maine Disaster ; O O War ; great excitement ; everyone buys ^ it ; onoagent soMStinoneday ; another \ J O made 113 . 00 in ono hoar . 609 pages ; r magnificent Illu...
Our Boys and Girls [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 March 1898
Our Boys and Girls Better Belter lift a brother s burden Than Increase the weary load He may carry , heavy hearted , O er life s steep and rugged road . Better shed the light of gladness By the sunshine of a smile , Than to deepen shades of sorrow By a gloomy brow the while . Better help than hinder , ever ; Better give than to receive ; Better suffer wrong than do it ; Better trust than disbelieve . —Philip Strong Jack Brandon s Certificate of Character We must hurry or we wont get a chance at the nuts . The Ninth Grade boys are going over to the grove in a body , and if they get there first we might as well stay away . This from George Brandon , who was getting over the ground as fast as his short legs would carry him , while his cousin kept pace with him without any effort . As they swung along the street in the outskirts of the village , talking of the day s promise of a good time , and wondering if the Ninth Grade boys had started yet , they came to a sudden halt . They were op...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 March 1898
Keep in mind that Scott s Emulsion contains the hypophosphites . These alone make it of great value for all affections of the nervous system . It also contains glycerine , a most valuable , soothing and healing agent . Then there is the cod-liver oil , acknowledged by all physicians as the best remedy for poor blood and loss in weight . These three great remedial agents blended into a creamy Emulsion , make a remarkable tissue builder . * Soc . and $ 1 . 00 , all druggists . SCOTT &amp; BOWNE , Chemists , New York . /
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 March 1898
When the Blood Is Bad the entire system suffers . Tlio vital fluid fulls to nourish mid disease creeps lit and gains a hold that Is hard to break , Dr . Peter s Blood Vitalizer purifies and Invigorates the blood . It is the discovery of an old German physieian—has been In use for moro than a century . No Drug-Store medicine ; is sold only by regular Vitalizer agents , Persons living where there are no agents for Dr . Peter s Blood Vitalizer can , by sending S 3 . 00 , obtain twelve iiflcent trial bottles direct from the proprietor . Thisoffercanboobtalnedonly once by the same person . Write to DR . PETER FAHRNEY , 112-114 South Hoyne Ave ., Chicago . j I \ 4 m \ K V w 4 g I I I 5 I$ * r » r m m \ \ W W \ \ f f \ i W r a m \ \ W &lt; f m # J £ A 4 [ Von Mountain j Route 1 ! fo . dl i ! Dge J an r ° m St &amp; * *&gt; Hot Sprfnm , Ark , San Antonio , Houston , Galveston , Texas , or California poinls . ejid but one change to City of Mexico Syperb Pullman Palace...
The Markets [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 March 1898
The Markets Live Stock flarket Cattle-Quotations were as follows : Fancy native steers JBOOm 00 lbs . 5 a . 4 Q @ 5 . 75 Choice to extra steers , ™@« 0 » 5 mi . m Good to choice steer s , i 206 @ iB 0 O ^^^ Fat Vm steers , 130001600 lbs . . .. . . ^ OgOO Fat heavy steers , 1000 ® 1180 lbs 4- * ®* -fl Common butcher steers ¦••••••••¦•• HS | rjo Good to choice cows and heifers .. S . 40 | 4 . « Fair to good cows and heifers .... 3 . 00 @ 3 . « g ^ SH £ E li i ^ I 1 t BS 8 Mo ^ ataHv ::::::::: 2 . 8 o © i . » • Wisconsin Cattle- 00 @ S . 28 Best cows s fiOffifl 00 Fair to good cows 200 « 65 Canning cows •¦•• *¦ gg * g Heifers 3 . 00 @ 3 . 75 Oxe 2 . 40 @ 3 . 10 5 u , lla 4 . 0006 . 50 « Ef » Slia ::=:: aia oSttSW —HKS Heavy mixed ••• •••••••• 3 . 90 ^ , 3 . 95 Good medium 3 . 85 @ 3 . 90 Sorted light .... 3 . 80 @ 3 . 85 Hough , mixed 3 . 80 W 3 . HO Rough , heavy •; 3 . 85 ^ 3 . 90 Light , mixed . ... 3 . 3003 . 60 Skips and pigs q s 0 M 70 Stags and rough sows ••¦• 3 . « s .. u Sheep...
OUR WEEKLY REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 March 1898
OUR WEEKLY REVIEW flfll JOSCPH AOAM &amp; GEORGE J . AOAMS . ^ sVWKrrcHiN ., nj | I ML , ntt O N ADAMS SONS &amp; Hfrctm W W » I I I fiBHRo * 11 -ESTABLISHED 1861- ^» | S C I fpj ^ ivE TOCK OMMISSION ? I UNION STOCK YARDS , CHICAGO , III * ., ^ _ I [| 1 U AND UNJON STOCK YARDS , SOUTH OMAHA , NEB , AND KANSAS CITY . MO . Mill Receipts To-Day , 9 , 500 Cattle , 28 , 000 Hogs , 15 , 000 Sheep Cattle flarket Steady Hog flarket 5 to 10 c Lower Than Yesterday Morning . Sheep Market Active CATTLE Thursday , March 24 , 1898 . Receipts of cattle so far this week will be about 42 , 264 , against 45 , 557 for the corresponding time last week . The official count for last week was 48 , 525 , against 41 , 005 for 1897 and 55 , 563 for 1896 . The market for beef cattle did not close very strong last Friday . The receipts were light , being 2 , 727 , but buyers had got pretty well supplied during the week and were willing to wait till the following week where their orders were not...