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The Farmers' Forum [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 April 1898
The Farmers Forum tue Firms ™ Forum invites communtc » tion « « H on iubjocta from whatever point ot view , the editoi of In VOIOH assuming no responsibility whatever fortae ldeaa , jpre »» ed No communication should exceed NO wordl mleagtb . The Other Side To the Editor—In your issue uf March j 2 M . W . Clark makes a few remark ? under the heading of Forward , Not Back , wherein he expresses the belief that all propositions looking toward a reconstruction of society are doomed to failure , unless human nature itself is radically changed . He refers especially to Looking Backward as a type of-. literature holding forth Illusive hopes , which , while entertaining from a literary standpoint , are likely to leave the reader In a state of discontent and unrest . Mr . C , is evidently sincere and there are undoubtedly arguments to support his view , though there are indications also that a constantly increasing number will question his conclusion . No thoughtful man can survey the condi...
The Time of Renewal r [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 April 1898
The Time of Renewal r All nature is renewed in the springtime . The sky takes on a fresher color , the trees d o n their Easter gar m e nts , everything seems glad and happy . It seems a pity that at such a beautiful season so disagree able a malady as the so-called spring fever should unfit a great many people to enjoy the unaccustomed sunshine and freshness that prevails . What is spring fever ? Is it that sluggishness and irritability which everyone takes a spring tonic for ? Bad blood some people call it . A great deal of blood medicine is sold in the spring of the year . The blood , the vigor , the health must be renewed , with the trees and flowers and grass . The principal difficulty is , which of-tbe numerous spring tonics is the best ? Which will cure permanently and remove quickly all the disagreeable symptoms ? Read what Mrs . Adlin Adams , Craftou , Ky ., says of Pe-ru-na : I was about to give up all hopes when I concluded to take Pe-ru-na . I believe It is the best medi...
A GREAT REMEDY . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 April 1898
A GREAT REMEDY . ! p Greatly Tested , t Greatly Recommended . The loss of the hair is one of the most serious losses a woman can undergo .. Beautiful hair gives many a woman a claim to beauty which would be utterly wanting if the locks were short and scanty . It Is almost as serious a loss when the natural hue of the hair begins to fade , and the shining tresses of chestnut and auburn are changed to gray or to a faded shadow of their former brightness . Such a loss is no longer a necessity . There is one remedy which may well be called a great remedy by reason of its great success in stopping the falling of the hair , cleansing the scalp of dandruff , and restoring the lost color to gray or faded tresses . Dr . Ayer s Hair Vigor is a standard and reliable preparation , in use in thousands of homes , and recommended by everyone who has tested it and experienced the remarkable results that follow its use . It makes hair grow . It restores the original color to hair that has tnrnet . g...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 April 1898
E = J ) liaul ^ you grease ^ the wagon wheels MICA Axle Grease Get a box and learn why it s the best grease ever put Oil ail axle . Sold everywhere | j = A ^^ ft = ug ^ H W ^ SfeW ^ ^^ H ^—Wt ^* ^^ B ^^ B ^—W H H HV WU , ^ V mm tB . Wm mWmW &amp; m £ &amp;&amp;** Siiili ^ sifi ^ r J HH % ^ r V | TH 4 « C OSTS JgM fellllSl 1 jju N « rri | Si , fflW « UM &gt; . j ! jA iSBaSSSBB L ^ Eai BBwiMOftWaMI * lSi ! aMl *^ B PUNCTUALITY LEADS—Be always on time ; not live minutes too early ; not leu minutes too late . Thai s the way Willi o-ir fence . No still wire stays . Returns to position when pressure is removed . The Cham- Slav dots it ; sit that Link ? OLH 3- £ IAY FENCE Co .. 51 ) sillier St .. Steriin 2 . 111 . CABLED POULTRY AND GARDEN FENCE CabledFieldantlHog Fencing with and without lower willle . barlieU . steel Wei ) Picket I enco for Lawns and cemeteries , steel Gates , posts , etc . DE KALB FENCE CO ., 324 High St ., 0 E KALB , ILL . wi ^ lt sfctir...
Woman and Home [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 April 1898
Woman and Home Centered To each man s life there comes a time suOne ^ dayTone night , one morning , or one OneTre ighted hour , one moment opporOne rift through which sublime fulfillments One fp ^ e when fate goes tiding with the One St onc £ in balance , twixt too late , too Ancf ° r ° eady for the passing instant s boon To tip in favor the uncertain beam . Ah happy he , who , knowing how to wait . Knows also how to watch and work and On life s broad deck alert , and at the To seteeThe passing moment , big with fate , From opportunity s extended hand , When the great clock of destiny strikes now -Mary A . Townsend . Kathleen Kathleen , is it possible that you are crying again ? Did I not tell you that I ( should discharge you if I found you indulging in this foolish whimpering any more ? , , Poor Kathleen ONeill had been dusting the elegantly furnished drawingroom , and she stood before an exquisite little painting of one of the blue , sparkling Irish lakes , set in gold-green shor...
NEBYOTJS PROSTRATION . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 April 1898
NEBYOTJS PROSTRATION . ¦ Will you kindly allow me , writes MISSMABTB . SAIDT , ©! Jobstbwn , N . J ., to Mrs . Pinkham , the pleasure : of expressing my gratitude for the wonderful relief I have experienced by taking your Compound ? I suffered for a long time with nervous prostration and gen eral debility , caused by falling of the womb . It seemed as though my back would never stop aching . I could gh not sleep . I NA had dull M headaches . | Hk I was weary RHf all the time , W and life was a burden to me . I sought the seashore for k relief , but all k in vain . On _ my return I M resolved to r \ £ fre your * medicine a trial . I took two bottles and was cured . I can cheerfully state , if more ladies would only give your medicine a fair trial they would bless the day they saw the advertisement , and there won Id he happier homes . I mean to do all I can for you in the future . I have you alone to thank for my recovery , for which I am very grateful .
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 April 1898
^ 999799999 &amp; 99 &amp; 9993 ? 79999 gb ¦ ¦ ¦ £ * % ¦¦ ¦ FREE FARM of the best quality , Rich Soil , oqi the Soo Railway in North Dakota . On Streams ft and Lakes , Coal one dollar a ton . Your last chance to secure a government free ) homestead of 160 acres , AI . SO ,. Choice Hardwood Timber Lands in WISCONSIN and MICHIGAN Black Soil , Near Stations , $ 3 . 00 to $ 5 . 00 per acre , a Clover and Dairy Country . Also Rich I , ow Priced Pralris Lands in MINNESOTA and NORTH DAKOTA . For Illustrated Book and Maps FREE , Write to $ D . W . CASSEDAY , &amp; Land Agent -Soo Railway * MINNEAPOLIS , MINN . » § % t ^ eee €$€€ 3 € « eee €€€€ i € 6 « e- J ft m ffa Q 5 ffi ib ( ty fc u &gt; : rt m % ^ A &gt; w $ . W jjj 9 , JK jjj ® $ ® W . | ( ft &lt; D ( ft $ $ # oooooooooooooooo O Murat Halsteads O o Great Cuba Book , o Q All about Cuba ; Spain ; Maine Disaster ; Q X War ; great excitement ; everyone buyi — . Q ltj nneagent 6 old 87 inoneda...
$ OOOOOOOOOOOOO $ OOO 0 OOO <> OO 0 OOOOOOO I .: A Little Girl in the War % [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 April 1898
$ OOOOOOOOOOOOO $ OOO 0 OOO &lt;&gt; OO 0 OOOOOOO I .: A Little Girl in the War % V llden S . Hating . Topckn , Kos . y \ s * ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo , T 7 \ ATHER , the boys | b . ink the H Yankees are coming surely ¦ * - now . Jennie Gulp pricked up her ears at the remark of her mother on returning from a brief conversation with a group of gray-coated men at the well . She had heard a great deal about the war and sometimes heard of fighting between our . boys and the Yankees , but what war really meant and what kind of people the Yankees were , she had scarcely tried to make out . She was but ten years old , a little girl living on a farm in the Interior of Virginia , and these subjects were too much for her understanding . It was the middle of April , 1862 , but the war , although . it had been going on for a year , had as yet been little felt beyond a small section of the state along the Potomac opposite Washington . After the first battle on the banks ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 April 1898
Ask your doctor how many preparations of codliver oil there are . He will answer , Hundreds of them , Ask him which is the best . He will reply , Scott s Emulsion . Then see that this is the one you obtain . It contains the purest cod-liver oil , free from unpleasant odor and taste . You also get the hypophosphites and glycerine . All three are blended into one grand healing and nourishing remedy . 50 c . and $ 1 . 00 , all druggists . SCOTT &amp; BOWNE , Chemists , New York ,
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 April 1898
Which Hatf is the Better Half The housewife s ditties are harder than men realize . Cleaning alone is a constant tax on her strength , a never-ended task . More than half the work of cleaning she can have done for her , if she will , and the expense will be next to nothing . ^ oOST Powder Does the better half of cleaning ; does it better thaa any ° ^ es way known &lt; does Jt easilv &gt; quickly aad cliea P 1 y !&lt; argest package—greatest economy . THE N . K . FAIRBANK COMPANY riili - r &gt; r ii St . Louis , New York , Boston . Philadelphia . Mk fff \* jf J ^ l i ^ praHRaSfc ^ » , ltymr ;;/ % ?* • . ; f • m . Ill iramjQKrfii lH wsSfnlfK Hi IPBBIB *!* KlMfiilB , &gt; C \ lllH lllll p ru - * [ $ Rheumatic j \ Aches \ i that make life miserable for so 4 \ many , can be cured . The best and ^ # most natural remedy , that goes straight 0 4 to the cause of the trouble , is \ I Dr . Peters j J\ Blood \ I Vitalizer 4 the Swlss-Germun remedy which w...
The Markets [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 April 1898
The Markets Live Stock Harket Cattle—Quotations were as £ ollowa : • Fancy native steers . 15 Outrjll 70 O lbs . $ 5 . 40 @ o . io Choice to ex . ra steers , UOOfiJlSOO ^ mbW Good to choice steer s , 1200 ( 91500 ^^ Vat plain steers , isobjiioub lbs . . . . . . *¦&amp;&lt;&amp; . ¦ $ Fat Sy stser s , 1000 @ 1150 lbs .... 4 . 40 gi . U Common butcher steers ••¦••••••••• iSl m Feeding and bolrgna bulls AWI &amp; Uo Wisconsin Cattle— .,....,., r Best cows : • . • £ H l 5 Fair to good cows tnffi ™ Canning cows ... ••••¦• « $ ; &lt;» a ? f n eis .:: .... 3 . oottfo . 75 S * f , 2 . 4053 ) 3 . 10 8 , ! L - ..... -4 . &lt; KKH ( i . 75 Rt a ockm ( 5 bb to 700 lbs ) S . MBM 0 Feeders ( 750 to 950 lbs ) l . WUi . io Hogs-Quotations are as follows : Good to choice heavy i , 9 Si 85 Heavy mixed . fSvw Good medium ^ Ssu Sorted light ™ sso Rough , mixed SH Rough , heavy SSiSU Light , mixed i * Sn Pkfps and pigs St ™ Stags and rough sows &lt...
OUR WEEKLY REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 April 1898
OUR WEEKLY REVIEW while the receipts run as they do at present , composed as they are of a large proportion of medium cattle , we cannot look for much advance on that kind . With a continuation of present moderate receipts and the favorable general business outlook , we look for satisfactory prices on all good stuff . HOGS Receipts of hogs so far this week are about 102 , 800 against 104 , 352- for the same time last week and prices to-day are 5 to 7 % cents lower than they were a week ago to-day . On Monday we had a liberal supply of hogs and the market was very slow and in most cases 10 cents lower , though some sales of light mixed hogs were only 5 cents lower . The market was slow and dragging to the finish and quite a number of hogs were left over unsold . The light hogs felt the decline less than the heavy ones . On Tuesday we had a much lighter run than was generaly expected and the market was active and about 5 cents higher than Monday ; but after the shippers had filled the...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 April 1898
bM jjjjPjflfaBHMffiil ffi ^ MllFl !^ WIM » PUMPS PEKPEOTBD .-Jertlng , brsak Ing pump , mill , lifting platform , prevented by Spring Kills last longer . Fay after trial . Agents wanted JEGIS MFG . CO ., Hunhalltown , lawn . ^&lt; Zt Raalh To High Prices , / -v / ffM Ueaill We tell illicit to S &amp; id !— the Farmer utUenlei-V Prices &gt;«« rr * fOin . Sulky flows . » i 5 . 161 . S . B . ( S \ m ^ lM Wows . » . KO UI IIK Coulter , extra , II . B 0 . : Kiy ^ SjP A 64-T . Lever Harrow , ( 7 . 60 . Mowei-H , V 3 ir \ Jj / 12910 , Hiding Gang llmvf » : 5 . 12-16 f ^ 3 r &lt;&amp; h W .-o Harrow , « 16 . Hay Rakes , U 1 . 66 . s _ - i ^^ yyfif 3-in . Wagon , 839 . Bupgies , Harness , •? -THJlsSv Sewing Machines , Ciller Mills . » 12 . 74 i - ^ tTCX &amp; 0 &amp; , UornSlieller , f 3 i 8 Hoe Drill . s 29 40 i S - ^ jl /^?^ 2 » Hoe Drill , S 10 . 76 . and 1000 other tilings y ^ f / C ^ j - atone-half dealer s prices . Oataht / free •...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 April 1898
Geo . fnidderiClorf .-Robt . / VlcGulre . Geo . Middendorf &amp; Co ., Com ^; ° established 1371 . , v , c « «»• Butter Cheese , Egga , Poultry , Fruits and Vegetables , Dressed Hogs , Came , Hides , Veal . Cold Storage Cellar . tone Distance Telephone Main 1058 . Reference : First National Bank . I 35-137 South Water Street , Chicago . ^ UII . ^ ncZo . jjm ^ y EBC l A NEWWAY TO 1 &lt;^ JJi ^^ rAKMC-tO ! SELL YOUR GRAIM | jfiL ? lij ~^ 5 i I ¦ mrw ^ m INSTEAD of selling your grain at home ship it to us fl frl &amp; lc t m - \ H \ i &amp; S 0 &gt; m \ P ¦ 1 Snil save middleman s profit . We have Saved J , , » . J !? h &lt; Jiui ^ ^ ¦ m ^ FarmersThousand * of Dollara . Why dont Jj rtWNttn &lt; L XOUtryltl Address for full particulars , I IVlil \&gt; S 14 . M a tT A D D &lt; . aCafk s * Board of Traii «&gt; \ jji i / ^\ jn * n jv &gt; A KK , * x co &gt; OHIICASO . j . . . — ¦ — ¦ ¦¦¦¦¦¦ ¦ BE...
The Value of Sheep [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 April 1898
The Value of Sheep ( Continued from page 6 . ) years before the owner can realize on it in the market . The man who sells a thousand bushels of wheat to-day and gets $ 1 , 000 for it sells $ 400 worth of plant food from his farm . The man who sells $ 1 , 000 worth of mutton sells only $ 50 worth of plant food from his farm . A thousand bushels of wheat weighs 60 , 000 pounds , $ 1 , 000 worth of mutton at present prices weighs about 20 , 000 pounds , and there is not a very great difference on the freight for each thousand pounds , making a saving of two-thirds in the freight bills , besides the saving in the fertility of the farm . Keeping sheep means a home market at high prices for the grain and forage produced ; it means saving the fertility of the farm to the farmer ; it means saving in freights , less work in getting the product of the farm to market and a higher plane for the farmer because of less work and worry , greater profits and more leisure in which to enjoy life . Bre...
Chess [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 2 April 1898
Chess cott s prices are lower than those usually quoted . The British Chess Magazine for Marcn contains chess recollections by W . W . ( W . Wayte ); thirteen specimens of the Max Lange attack , with much analysis in the notes ; a full account of the Hastings Chess Festival ; and much other matter of interest . We quote its problem department entire , without diagrams . A number of chess enthusiasts in Nebraska wish to organize a state association . They would be glad to get the name of every player in the state . Please address Nelson Hald , Dannebrog , Neb ., or T . N . Hartzell , Kearney , Neb . TO COBEESPONDBNTS . R . Monrad : Send along that better one . We hope it will be a three-mover . Edw . Meloan : If this catches your eye , please send us your present address . Frank W . Long : Have written you . You will find the scientific study of our noble game one of surpassing interest and charm . Nels Nelson : Let us have some more nice threers . . Dr . Gold : Thank you for fine co...