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Whither ? [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 April 1898

Whither ? Bid distribution undo excess And each shall have enough ! —Shakespeare . When the coal miners and operators met at Columbus recently to see if they might reach agreement upon a wage scale and basis for work during the coming year , it was admitted on both sides that fully onethird more men were engaged in the industry than could be supported or given continuous employment in it . This means that eight months of work fully ; stocks the market for the year , and that there must be a lay-off for four months of the entire number ¦ engaged , or one-third must permanently remain among the unemployed . The suggestion was made that a large percentage of miners seek work in other fields . The miners responded , Whither may we go and secure work ?—and there was no further discussion of that question . This is the condition which this nation must face , and it must do so with courage , the courage of righteousness . We see vast wealth piling up into the millions , aye , into the bill...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Peace or War ? [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 April 1898

Peace or War ? The arms are fair When the intent of bearing them is just . —Shakespeare . The report of the court of inquiry into the causes of the explosion of the United States battleship Maine in the harbor of Havana on the night of February 15 , is in the hands of congress , where it was sent on Monday , accompanied by a message from the president . The conclusion of the court , that the Maine was destroyed by the explosion of a submarine mine , had so long been anticipated by the people that it was received by them as a matter of course , and though the nations heart-beat is quickened by the confirmation of its fears , and it is hard to repress the righteous indignation that swells , yet the courts statement , that it has been unable to obtain evidence fixing the responsibility for the destruction of the Maine upon any person or persons , is accepted as grounds for future diplomatic adjustments between the nations . But this does not mean that the United States shall longer hes...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 April 1898

m ^ WJ ^ ^ m ^ ^ S & i Published Weekly by THB FARMERS VOICE , & 4 Dearborn Street , Chicago , 111 . » i ii i W . H . BURKE , J . C . BIIAINGSLEA , EDITOR . BUSINESS MANAGER , MILI . 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 perApfate Mne . Make all Drafts or Orders payable and address all commnnk iations to THE FARMERS VOICE . 334 Dearborn Street , Chicago THE FARMERS VOICE CO ., 334 Dearborn St ., Chicago . Ill , CHICAGO , APRIL 2 , 1888 .

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Tours for Sheep Breeders [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 April 1898

Tours for Sheep Breeders As this issue will be read by a host of sheep breeders , many of whom are perhaps unaware of the plans which The Farmers Voice has formulated for progressive agriculturists everywhere , we take pleasure in calling their especial ? attention to the agriculturaleducation tours of Europe and the Paris exposition arranged for 1900 by The Farmers Voice Educational Tours association . To attempt to detail what is proposed for the benefit of progressive agriculturists in all branches would be too long a story , but to those who are interested we shall be pleased to mail a handsome little book describing the plan . When it is understood that the total cost of the tour from Chicago to Europe , and including a week in London , two weeks in Paris , a tour down the Rhine and through Holland and Belgium , and then back to Chicago , is only $ 279 , and that parties are to have the advantage of trained conductors from the day they leave until they return , the opportunity ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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oooooooooooo ^ ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo S The Sheep 1 Industry in the United States S 0 Its Importance , Recent Advance and Possible Future £ [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 April 1898

oooooooooooo ^ ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo S The Sheep 1 Industry in the United States S 0 Its Importance , Recent Advance and Possible Future £ Q / s ^ Tnomns Shaw , Professor of Animal Husbandry , Minnesota Agricultural College . V oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo THE importance of the sheep industry to the United States cannot be estimated by the mathematician . It cannot be stated accurately in figures . It would not be fair to the sheep industry to say that the maximum of its value is represented by the number of sheep in the country , valued at so much per head . This arises from the intimate relation which exists between sheep husbandry and fertility , and between fertility and the production of maximum crops . In reckoning the profit on growing sheep it is customary to place a value on the lamb crop and on the wool , and to- deduct from that a sum representing the cost of maintenance . The difference between these is said to represent the profit . But that mo...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Agriculture [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 April 1898

Agriculture Squire Bunker on Sheep The usual crowd had collected at the post . office at Bumkum and were discussing the prospects of a war with Spain , when Squire Bunker came , in for his mail . Among other things handed him was a large square package in a manilla envelope . The Squire pulled out the inclosure , which proved to be a browncovered pamphlet . Slipping his papers into bis coat pocket , he held the pamphlet at half-arms length to get it in a better light , and , after reading the title , putting on his spectacles , he leaned back against the counter and began to look carefully through the pages , pausing occasionally over one and another as if finding something interesting . Got a new novel , Squire ? asked the postmaster . Not exactly , answered the Squire ; but it s something interestin g if it aint a novel . Mebbe it s a book with poetry in it , observed a young man who posed as a wit . I can see from here that it s called Facts and Figures , an I spose that would me...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 April 1898

Now Is the time when you should take a Spring Medicine to purify your blood , give you good appetite , sound sleep , steady nerves and perfect digestion . That scrofulous taint , that skin trouble , that liver dif- ^ P i ^^ » x ficul ty , that bilious ClICw tendency , that tired feeling , arc all cured by Hoods Sarsaparilla . Give this medicine a fair trial and you will realize its positive merit . It is not what we say , but what the people who are cured snv , which proves that Hoods Sarsaparilla ™ - ! cine . C . I . Hood & Co ., Lowell , Mass . Hs >*>/ 1 > - n : il ^ cure Mver Ills ; easy to IIOOU S > rlHS take , easy to operiito . 25 c . J GIANT KILLER | ; BALL BEARING FEED MELLS ; J TWO BUHR AND DUPLEX . k i Capacity , with two horses , 20 to 10 Imlids psr * . li hour . A durable mill . No gearing . All power ap- * . d plied directly to the duplex buhrs . * k Both Two Bulir and Duplex sweep mills k , k with PATENT BALL BBAB...

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Garden and Orchard [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 April 1898

Garden and Orchard Cultivating in the Orchard When the character and lay of the land will permit , a better growth of the trees can be secured if thorough cultivation is given during the early part of the growing season for the first four ¦ or five years at least after setting out .-. One advantage of planting a hoed crop , in the orchard is that it of necessity compels cultivation . The objection is that in many cases it uses up plant food in the soil that will-be needed by the growing trees by the time they come into bearing . Of course if manure is applied this objection is overcome . But whether a crop is grown or not , so far as other conditions will admit it will be found best to keep the soil in a good tilth and the weeds down , during tlie early part of the growing season at least . During the early stages of growth , say the first two seasons at least , when it can ; be done it will be found best to cultivate well during the early stages of growth and then mulch well before...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 April 1898

Trees and Vines become hardier , and their products better colored and better flavored when liberally treated with fertilizers containing at least 10 % actual Potash CD DC An illustrated book which tells rKCE what Potash is , and how it __^_ should be used , is sent free to all applicants . Send your address . GERMAN KALI WORKS , 93 Nassau St ., New York . 5 Fruit • . tMSMMMMSMfiOOMSMM Cjji FOR 14 CENTS } AB » wKawSa ioinew , nnd hence otter ** ^ 1 Pkg . i : i Day Radish , 10 ; V I Pfcff- Kftrly Sprinp Turnip , 10 J 9 l v K « i ™ . e « t Red Beet , 10 c 9 * Bismarck Cucumber , 10 c Q * Queen Victoria Lettuce , 15 c • l klondyke Melon , loom l * ll , bo Giant Onion , Vc X y Brilliant Slower Seeds , 15 c g Worth $ 1 . 00 , for 14 cents . j Almvc 10 pk ( jn . worth $ 1 . 00 , we will 0 mail you free , together with our A fireat Plant nnd Seed Catalogue X upon receipt of this notice and 14 c . W postage . We invite your tradeand 9 » now when you once try Salzer s m seeds you will never ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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o ^ oo ^ ooo ^ ooooooooooooooooooooooo ! The Value of Sheep to American S S Agriculture <> ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 April 1898

o ^ oo ^ ooo ^ ooooooooooooooooooooooo ! The Value of Sheep to American S S Agriculture &amp;lt;&amp;gt; ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo NO branch of live stock breeding promises more for the American farmer than that which has to do With the breeding of sheep . Ten years ago sheep were bred in this country for the wool they produced and the mutton was regarded more as an incidental and by-product than as a proAtable part of the business . It was popularly believed that the feed cost of mutton was greater than that of pork or beef , and when the usefulness of the sheep as a wool bearer was ended it was sold to the butcher for very much the same reason that a worn-out horse is sold to the fertilizer factory—it was the best way to get it out of the way and realize a little from the carcass . This , of course , was not the universal way of looking at it , but it was the view taken by thousands of sheep-breeders . We did not even talk about sheep-breeders at that time in commo...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 April 1898

IiONE HUNDRED MILLIONS OF DOLLARS A YEAR tftfUftl ^ T ^ HE DE T . AVAI . CREAM SEPARATORS 11 HHM I have revolutionized the Creamery and Dairy ¦¦ Si-lrslHn I methods of the world since their introduction ¦¦ riSf ^ sS ^^ ¦ fifteen years ago . They have increased the proIDE W ductiveness of the Dairy industry fully One -tfaShB Hundred Millions of Dollars a year in that time , ¦¦ ^^ SSSmm and practically earned that much a year for their ¦¦ * ^ 3 raHF users . They have been the keystone of modern ¦¦ iHHfV dairying . They are now , used in every country of ¦¦ # IBHHJI the Globe , and the total number in use is 125 , 000 , ¦¦ ff BBMMjiB or more than ten times that of all the one hundred ¦¦ 1 rnmSSH or more various kinds of imitating machines ever ¦¦ V frslHi mode in the different parts of the earth combined . V MHEA AS the Dc Laval machines were first , so likewise ^ HVmNk have they been kept best , ever keeping further in JliBlmi the lead through constant improvement from year . rmSMmmsS...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 April 1898

Horse Owners ! Use * Jk GOMBAULTS fjMTCaustic K ^ L Balsam HHJBHHHr 1 Sift Speedr ui PwitlnCnri The anfert , Beit BLISTER ever used . Takes tht place of all liniments for mild or aevere action . BemoTes . aUjBnnohes or Blemishes from Hone . Sat Catim SUPERSEDES ALL CAUTERY OR FIRINO . ImpotHbU to produce icar or blimUh . Krery bottle sold is warranted to give satlsf action Frio * tl . SO per bottle . Sold by druggists , or ¦ ent by express , charges paid , with full direction ! for its use . Send for descriptive circulars . IBS TjAWRHNCH-WrLLIAMS CO „ Cleveland O . § Money talks ! We guarantee that 8 &amp;gt; I Turtle s I j Elixir | w will cure anything that a liniment can w S cure—jjSioo reward for you if it doesn ! t . X / jj Reference , publisher of this paper . ft t Send for . circulars and full particulars to w DR . S . A . TUTTLE , 27 Beverly St ., Boston . W SMOKE YOUR MEAT WITH mmm W TOBjaMBas Thoroughbred Duroc-Jersey oHogs .-64-paga 1 catalogue , nicely Illustrated and...

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Poultry and Bees [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 April 1898

Poultry and Bees Poultry Experiments The Utah experiment station has recently concluded some , very interesting experiments in poultry keeping . From Bulletin No . 51 , issued by that station , we extract the following facts , which every poultry keeper should study : The experiments were continued for a year and the results were in most cases very conclusive . The line experimented on was calculated to determine the relative value of old hens and pullets ; the effect of exercise ; the relative value of early and late hatched pullets ; the effect of crossing ; the relative merit of the different breeds ; the yearly feedcost to the hen ; the average yearly production of eggs tdthe hen ; the feed-cost to the dozen of eggs ; the relative weight of eggs from different breeds ; the relative fertility of eggs under different treatments and the relative fertility of fresh and old eggs . Nine pens were selected , with four fowls in each pen . The first six pens were rose-combed Brown Leghor...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 April 1898

mere is Implanted it : , every man a r love of life ; strong , enough to make him tremble and kneel before death when he thoroughly rec- , ognizes its approach . The trouble with men is that they do not recognize death unless it comes in some violent or rapid form , fe Consumption kills more men than wars , famines , plagues and accidents , — but its approach is insidious , and men do not realize that they are in its clutch . While consumption is a germ disease , the bacilli will not invade sound and healthy lungs . The lungs must first be in a diseased condition . First a man feels a little out of sorts . Probably he is overworked and has given too little time to eating , sleeping and resting . His appetite falls off . His digestion gets out of order and his blood does not receive the proper amount of life-giving nutriment . The liver becomes torpid and the blood is filled with impurities . These are pumped into every organ of the body , building up unhealthy , half-dead tissues . ...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 April 1898

Italian , ¥ ~\ Take the In * t ~\ f ^ £ * ^ wbeD tt G * BH 1 JlL ^ V ^ iJ to bullous . My Queens are number one . Buy of me once end you will afala . « rsend for FREE Circular . J . O . GRiriSLEY , Byrdstown , Tenn . Member of National Queen Breeders Union . ^ = • *^ % /*/ % / % /* % V % VV % VV % &amp;lt; V I Maple Farm I I Duck Yards , $ f The largest Pekin Duck j f fatten in the country , f # ISvettty-ilve Hundred € i Mantnloth Breeding 4 i Birds . We guarantee i i th = s fertility and safe d i delivery of our eggs . } 4 SEND FOR CATALOGUE TO 4 ] , JAMES RANKIN , jna 8 Sachu 8 etts . d L % / %%%% /* % * % V % V % * VV « HSp i ^^ MSPwSl ^ t ^ BSSBBmmu ^^^ ff ^^^^^ SUemKBli START IN BUSINESS ! ¦ fe HATCH THOUSANDS . Wk WITH THE PRAIRIE STATE llNCUBATOR EM 200 FIRST PREMIUMS . ^ PRAIRIE STATE INC . CO . SEND FOR SATAie § . HOMER CITY , Mi i ~» [ AOOI 3 I &amp;gt; OX ^ AR J &amp;lt; = gssB = ssa | ! __ tB about the actual north of / MUIUMjM « l » iiii M @ OT Dew hook on I...

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f NOTES OF THE DAY J [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 April 1898

f NOTES OF THE DAY J WHAT will Spain do ? That is the question the answer to which the people are anxiously awaiting . President McKinley has assured members of congress that he has made distinct demands upon the Spanish government stating the terms under which peace may be maintained . Those terms include the immediate restoration of peace in Cuba , the liberation of starving reconcentrados and the opening of the way for their cultivation of the soil and securing of subsistence . This is the last word which comes from Washington as this issue goes to press . That the representation made by this government is an ultimatum in fact is doubtful , judging from the president s mild tone in dealing with the matter , but that it will lead to an ultimatum if Spain refuses to comply is certain . The attitude of congress has convinced the president that he can no longer permit evasions and postponements . Congress has , upon direct assurances from the president , consented to allow a little m...

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