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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 9 April 1898
oooooooooooooooo O Murat Halstead s O o Great Cuba Book , o O All about Cuba ; Spain ; Maine Disaster ; 0 0 Wart great excitement ; everyone buys — It ; one a gent sold 87 In one day [ another ( J s &gt; . made » 13 . uO In one hour . too pages ) .-. \ J magnificent illustrations ; photographs , \ J f \ etc . ; low price . r \ fy AGENTS WANTED . Q X We guarantee the most liberal terms ; J ^ O freight paid • , SO days credit | outfit free i yj JZ . send W two-cent stamps to pay postage . ^ -. O THE BIBLE HOUSE , W O 334 Dearborn St . O O CHICAGO . O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Cite Irrigation Review Edited by D . W . WOEKINO One Dollar a Year Ten Cents a Copy The Review is published monthly at the Capital of the Great Irrigated Region . It will be indispensable to every one who irrigates , —whether frou ditch , hose , or watering-pot . The Irrigation Review , Denver Colo High ^ B ^ s ^ a , TDV IT CDCE ArmflBElIlI ¦ ¦&gt;¦ ¦ • FsTltC - —— . ijffs * y g for 30 days in your own hom...
Our Boys and Girls [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 9 April 1898
Our Boys and Girls Queer Little Historians just a raindrop loitering earthward , All alone , Leaves a tiny tell-tale story In the stone . Gravel , tossed by teasing water Down the hill , Shows where once in merry laughter Flowed a rill . In thecoai oed dark and hidden , Ferns ( how queer !) Left a message , plainly saying , We ve been here ! You may see wnere tiny ripples On the sands Leave a history written by their Unseen hands . Why , the oak-trees , by their bending , Clearly show The direction playful winds blew Years ago ! So our habits tell us , little Maids and men , What the history of our whole past Life has been ! —Adelbert F . Caldwell There s no use in talking , we must get rid of that old gander , said Farmer Brice one morning . It really isnt safe to have him round the place . Oh , father , not Hezekiah ! and four-teen-year-old Mollie came out of the dining-room , where she had been setting the breakfast table . What has he done now ? Oh , nothing much , replied her f...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 9 April 1898
Children should always increase in weig ht . Not to grow , not to increase in flesh , belongs to old age . Present and future health demands that this increase in weight should be steady and never failing . To delicate children , Scotts Emulsion brings richer blood and firmer flesh . Better color comes to the cheek s and stronger muscles to the limbs . The gain in weig ht is substantial ; it comes to stay . 50 c . and $ 1 . 00 , alldrugglsts . SCOTT &amp; BOWNE , Chemists , New York .
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 9 April 1898
I Beginning with \ Constipation j a a host of ailments come . Thosys- 4 \ tern is clogged—impurities multiply T 0 To expel these impurities in a natural f A rational way , use A I Dr . Peter s I Blood I Vitalizer m A 100-year-old Swiss-German remedy d i —tho discovery of a wise German phys- 5 \ ician of the olden times . Pure roots f m and herbs and nothing else . m i Itisnotaviolentcattiartlc . ItRontly J , r regulates bowels , strengthens the dl- v 0 gestivo organs , and by purifying the 4 i blood gives tone and vigorto the entire S r system . f r No Drug-Store medicine ; is sold 4 v only by regular Vitalizer agents . 4 0 Persons living whore there are no 4 0 agents for Dr . Peter s Wood Vitalizer 2 \ can , by sending S 2 . 00 obtain twelve 86W cent bottles d irect from the proprietor . 4 a This offer can bo obtained only once by j \ the same person . 1 Write to DR . PETER FAHRNEY , t 4 112-114 South Hoyne Ave ., Chicago , d I FREEIFARM 1 ( IS of the best quality , Rich Soil , on ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 9 April 1898
The Markets Live Stock Harket Cattle-Quotations were as follows : Fancy native steers , 150001700 lbs . $ 5 . 40 @ 5 . i 5 Choice to extra steers , 1300 @ 1500 1 ^ 3 5 . 101 t ) o . ou Gooa to choice steers , 1200 @ 1500 ] ng 4 . 75 @ 5 . 5 U Fat plain steers , 130001800 lbs fS &lt;) 4 W ) Fat handy steers , 1000 JI 1150 lbs j-M @ j- &lt; l Common butcher steers ^ OfHS Good to choice cows ami heifers ... 3 . &lt; o | 4 . o 0 Fair to good cows and heifers .... | 30 @ 3 . iu Poor to Rood canning cows i . mwfM Blockers ami feeders , 70001100 lbs .. 3 . 6004 . 75 Native vet calves , 1000400 lbs 4 . 0006 . 25 Export bulls • • • • • ¦ • • • 3-2 «^» Feeding and bologna bulls 2 . 6003 . 25 Wisconsin CattleBest cows • 3 . 1003 . 35 Fair to good cows il , W ; li . Canning cows 2-1 B 02 .. 5 Heifers H ^ -r riven 3 . 0003 . 76 Bulls . . 2 . 4003 . 10 Calves . .. .. • 4 . 0006 . 25 Stackers ( 500 to TOOi lbs ) HSS ? Feeders ( 750 to 950 lbs ) 3 . 6004 . 25 Hogs-Quotations...
OUR WEEKLY REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 9 April 1898
OUR WEEKLY REVIEW Receipts To-Day , 8 , 500 Cattle , 28 ,- 000 Hogs , 15 . 000 Sheep Cattle flarket Steady Hog flarket Barely Steady Sheep Market Slow CATTLE Thursday , April 7 , 1898 . Cattle receipts up to tonight will be about 41 , 845 , against 44 , 707 * or the same time last week . The total for that week was 48 , 081 , against 45 , 736 in 1897 and 28 , 883 in 1896 . The chief characteristic of the trade since our last report , and in fact for several weeks , has been the general steadiness . There has been very little change in most grades of beef steers . Friday , with 3 , 138 , the market was just about a continuation of Thurs-days-close . Monday , with 19 , 577 , the liberal orders prevented any quotable change except a shade decline on steers off in quality or too heavy in weight , and everything was sold out . Tuesday , with only 1 , 854 , the run was taken care of without any trouble . Wednesday , with 11 , 914 , which was somewhat lighter than anticipated , the , handy...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 9 April 1898
- . .,, , ---,- - ¦ - — --- — - -- i , r-UMu ^ ^ tmMiMmMtl ^ jjgggUfM M JOSEPHADAMS • GEORGE J . ADAMS . ^ . A . W . KITCHW ., M lii jo * * n ££ ji 2 , 5 £ K ^ P 1 I i flCivE STOCK COMMISSION 1 I UNION STOCK YARDS , CHICAGO , I II * ., . „ . ¦ It AND UNION S TOCK \ feRos , SOUTH OMAHA . NEB . AND KANSAS CITY , MO ,. HIP
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 9 April 1898
Geo . Mlddenclorr .-rcotot . mcGulre . Geo . Middendorf &amp; Co ., Coffl nt 8 established ia 7 i . iviercridnis , ¦ utter . Cheese . Eggs , Poultry , Fruits and Vegetables , Dressed Hogs , ¦ uw , «¦ o t Q » mei H , de 8 f Voa | cold Storage Cellar . loaf DUtance Tdephone Main 1058 , Reference : First National Bank , 135 &gt; 137 South Water Street , Chicago .
Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 9 April 1898
Direct from Distiller [ . *» . | KH to Consumer ] SJgj 1 ^ LB &gt; M I E ^ L ^ al Savin g Middlemens Profits , ^ Bf tf ^^ H Preventing Possibility of Adulteration . ^^ Hiliififl ^ H We are distillers with a wide reputation of 30 ^^ H ^ fw ^^^ l years standing . We sell to consumers direct , so ^^ Hrffffif ^^ H that our whiskey may be pure when it reaches you . (^ H % lwilltm [^ H Adulterated whiskey is dangerous , abominable , BBBMMWIL ^ ii yet it is almost impossible to get pure whiskey HBOTpjPPEmSB &gt; rom dealers . We have tens of thousands of cusBSWAWIMIKBCI tomers wno never buy elsewhere . We want more I ^^ HBB ^^ I of them , and we make this offer to get them : ¦ - PAVWPRS I We will send four full quart bottles of Maimers Seven Year I « £ L „ f , Vr , Tn Old Double Copper Distilled Rye for $ 3 . 20 , Express PreteJr ^ N ^ E ^ iSs ^ I paid . We ship in plain packages-no marks to indicate liin ^ i ^^ lSl contents ( which will avoid possible comment ) . When you ...
Chess [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 9 April 1898
Chess GAME NO . 128 .-GIU 0 C 0 PIANO . Played in the Pillsburg Association , by J . M . Coleman , Lampassas , Tex ., and L . R . Waiden , Austin , Tex . Mr . Coleman played White . A highly critical and Interesting 1 skirmish . 1 P-K 4 P-K 4 22 Q-B 7 ch K-Q 2 S-KB 3 SQB 3 23 Q-B 6 ch . B-K 3 3 B-B 4 B-B 4 24 QxKP PxP 4 P-Q 3 P-Q 3 25 K-B 7 Q-Q 2 SP-QB 3 S-B 3 26 S-KB 5 ? Q-Q 8 ch . ( h 6 QB . SS ( a ) B-K 3 27 K-B 2 Q-Q 7 ch . 7 B-S 3 ( b ) P-KR 3 28 K-Bl Q-B 8 ch . 8 B-R 4 P-KS 4 29 K-K 2 OxSP ch . 9 B-S 3 S-K 2 IC ) 30 K-K 3 Q-BSch . 10 QS-Q 2 S-KS 3 31 KxP Q-S 8 ch . llBxfjB PxB 32 K-KB 3 g-KB 8 rh . 12 Q-S 3 Q-Bt 33 K-K 4 QxSP ch . 13 0-0 S-R 4 34 K-K 3 ( l ) B-B 4 ch . 14 P-Q 4 ? SxB ( d ) 35 S-Q 4 Q-S 8 ch . 15 BPxS PxQP - 36 K-K 2 QxRP ch . 16 KSxQP R-Bl 37 K-Q 3 QxRP 17 R-KB 3 ( e ) RxR 38 Q-B 6 ch . K-Kl 18 QSxR PxK 4 39 RxBP Q-Q 4 19 Q-S 8 ch . S-Hl 10 R-KS 7 R-Ql 20 § xSP PxQS 41 RXKSP BxSI 21 R-KB 1 P-04 42 Resigns . OUR PERPETUAL PROBLEM TOURNAMENT FOR BOTH COMPOSERS A...
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 9 April 1898
16 . 00 J 350 Hfc Farmers $ cale ... This Scale has a scoop and platform and Will weigh from H oz . up to 240 IbR . EVERYBODY WHO HAS TRIED IT LIKES IT Fries fr «» on board at Chicago 15 . 00 THE FABMERS VOICE , one year 1 . 00 Total W . 00 We will « onil both for 83 . 50 . THE Films yoira , 334 o D „ » Q N . ST rmmmmMmmwmMm —« mmmrn »—¦ ¦¦ i I ¦»¦»¦ -a * X -IT ¦ Wl gk ^^ w ^ Sw . t
An Awful Punishment [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 9 April 1898
An Awful Punishment I weighed 116 pounds , in August 122 , in October 132 . Many little warnings are usually given by Nature long before her most terrible punishments are visited upon those who disregard her regulations . When a man feels that something in his way of living has put him out of sorts , even though not seriously ill , he must know that he is to some extent a trespasser . If he has headaches or bilious turns and periods when he doesnt feel like lifting a hand or a foot about his business , something is certainly wrong . It ought to , and can , be set right immediately by the Golden Medical Discovery s wonderful tonic and alterative properties . It clarifies and enriches the blood , arouses the lethargic liver to rid the circulation of excessive bile ; purges the system of the scrofulous and muddy impurities which render the skin unwholesome and unsightly ; makes every nerve and muscle tingle with vivacity and life . Mrs . John . Crozier , Box 52 , Morristown , Belmont C...
Queries and Answers [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 9 April 1898
Queries and Answers ¦ Will washing geese and duck eggs harm them ? I have heard that they will not hatch if washed . R . H . F . ( It does not hurt eggs of any kind to wash them if the water used is free from grease or oil . We frequently wash eggs when they are soiled . The water used should b » milk warm and the eggs should be washed clean . Do not use soap of any kind . Will you please tell me what Is a nautical mile and the difference between a land and a water mile ? Please give me the address of some firm that will braid hair into a vest chain . Ontariagon , Mich . W . M . A nautical mile is the sixtieth part of a degree , about 2 , 025 yards , while an English or land mile is 1 , 760 yards . Alice L . Kline , suite 806 , Columbus Memorial Building , Chicago , will tell you the cost of working hair into a vest chain . What is your idea of sowing air-slacked lime on wheat land early in the spring ? Do you know of any preparation that is destructive of or obnoxious to grasshoppe...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 9 April 1898
WHEN OTHERS FAIL CONSULT MiW ^^^^ if DOCTOR SWEANY , For the speedy and permanent cure of all i NERVOUS , CHRONIC AND PRIVATE Diseases , even in their most areravated forms . There is no one man in the world who has performed so many permanent cures in both Men ana Women of troubles which other physicians of acknowledged ability had given up as hopeless as this eminent SPECIALIST . Nothing baffles bis keen perception , his unerring diagnosis , nor his marvelous professional abilities , resulting from many years of experience . TOUNG MKN suffering from any of the many ailments resulting from indiscretions of youth or men of maiurer years suffering from excesses of any kind should consult him without delay , place themselves under his treatment and have lost strength , manly vigor and confidence restores . UUDITET if you cannot call , a latter VVKI I Ei carefully describing your symptoms and he will send to you In plain envelope lits scientific and honest opinion of your case tree of ...
War ' s Grim Meaning [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 9 April 1898
War s Grim Meaning Charles B . Lewis nas a story in Lippincott s for April in which appears the following incident , illustrating the different appearance of war , according as one views it from near or far . It is especially valuable at this time of danger , when hot-headed jingoes would have the nation plunged into a conflict of arms , whether justly or otherwise : You aint a coward , but they ve rushed you too fast , and you cant stand the breakin in . What s happened here since we came out dont amount to shucks . We aint got a man in the company who wouldnt call this a picnic . Would a drink o whiskey brace you up ? No . I shall never be able to sight my gun on . a man . Why , it s murder —it s murder ! I didnt know that this was war . I supposed—I—I I see , said Barnes with a gnm smile , as Zeb could not finish . I see how it is . You thought you could save the Union by shootin into the ground or up among the clouds . I ve seen several other fresh fish off the same hook . You r...
War Briefs [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 9 April 1898
War Briefs Last year there were 920 duels in Italy and one man was killed , In proportion to the numbers engaged , Waterloo was the bloodiest battle of modern times . The principal nations of the world have warships , mounting 8 , 383 guns , most of very heavy caliber . During the Mexican war the United States put 90 , 100 men in the field , of whom 7 , 780 died of wounds or disease . The American revolutionists of 1776 ¦ were opposed by 29 , 166 men bought by the British government in Hesse , Brunswick and Austria . ( When the English appeared in force before Havana in 1805 to seize that port , the Spaniards committed a curious blunder . They had three warships in the harbor and these they utilized by sinking them at the entrance , thus blocking the ingress of the British fleet . They thought it good tactics , yet the result was like that of Gen . Butler s famous maneuver when he bottled up his army at . Bermuda Hundred and stuck fast . The British warships could not get in , but n...