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OUR WEEKLY REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 16 April 1898
OUR WEEKLY REVIEW H S JOSEPH AOAMs • ^ OEOROE J . ADAMS . C A . W . rUTCMIMi g fl | I ( W * « WI ~ UM ADAMSSONS &amp; KlTrHtx r &gt;* m l-flM JO ** 1 ^ ESTABUSrIED 18 cF * % ¦ \ 1 | P 1 - I ^ IVE S TOCK C OMMISSION J ¦ UNION S TOCK YARDS , CHICAGO , III 9 ., A A _ I llU AND UNION STOCK YARDS , SOUTH OMAHA , NEB , AND KANSAS CiifV , MOn illlili Receipts To-Day , 7 fOOO Cattle , 25 ,- 000 Hogs , 13 . 000 Sheep Cattle flarket Slow at Yesterday s Decline . Hog flarket Strong to 5 Higher . Sheep Market Slow CATTLE Thursday , April 14 The receipts of cattle up to tonight will . be about 44 , 132 against 42 , 124 for the same time last -week , showing an increase of about 2 , 008 . Last weeks total was 44 , 412 , against 41 , 981 for the corresponding week in . 1897 and 43 , 026 for the corresponding week in 1896 . On Friday of last week , with 2 , 178 , we had a steady trade , and everything was cleaned out at about Thursday s prices . We looked for a pretty fair run on Mo...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 16 April 1898
Geo . ffllddendorf .-Robt , mcGuire , Geo . Middendorf &amp; Co ., Com ^ r s ° Bstrbllshod 1871 . IVierOlleUllS . Butter , Cheese , Eggs , Poultry , Fruits and Vegetables , Dressed Hogs , Came , Hides , Veal . Cold Storage Cellar . Loaf DUtancr Telephone Main 10 S 8 . . Reference : First National Bank , 135-137 South Water Street , Chicago . ¦ um » aiiiw 1 « iMii ulim-H IIMIIBI !»¦ « , ni &gt; m »« ttJ . « - » WUj &lt; i ¦ mi » ^ p » i « u j—m , j » mto ^ * -N ^ TZ ° : VAftlJEBCf A NEW WAY TO fi ?^ SaJ 1 B I &lt; | KME • SELL YOUR GRAIN * fLs « J jl ^ S » S M INSTEAD of selling your grain at home ship it to na 17 I / M &amp; IE Pm &amp; £ &amp; MP ™ •* - and Bave middleman s prollt . We have Saved g , , » , j fTasr **^^ B Farmers ThousuAiIn of Dollar .. Why dont J i flrWrfi fY TOUtryltl Address for full particulars , g / ) V // LA \ MtH . rADDX . rA 94 Board of Trade , I // / W \ n * ll * tA K . K ft CQ » CHICAGO . J * - *¦¦¦!¦...
Chess [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 16 April 1898
Chess SOLUTIONS . Problem No . 112 , Tourney No . 8 . 1 Q-Q 8 , K-B 4 ; 2 S-B 2 , etc . If 1 ...., KxP ; 2 S-B 3 , etc . Valuation by solvers , 79 , plus . Prob . No . 113 : K-R 6 . Solved by Monrad , Hollway , Haskell . The last named calls it a capital two mover . Prob . No . 114 : Q-R 3 . Solved by Hollway and Monrad . Some went astray on 1 PxQ . TO CORRESPONDENTS . BRO . ENGBERG : We appreciate your continued interest and your words of praise . MISS MAYSEL DEVANEY : We never received the promised . photo ; but have no doubt that your face is as bright as your mind . You are quite right about T . P . No . 4 . R . B . LLOYD : You note that we are doing as you wish . We did not have the Information until within a few days . PROBLEM NO . 127 . By M . Lissner , New York . For The Farmers Voice . Black , 8 pieces . White , 6 pieces . 8 ; 2 Klp 3 ; 4 S 2 q ; 3 k 3 p ; 4 RplQ ; 3 PrB 2 ; 8 ; 3 b 2 bl . White to play and mate in two moves . PROBLEM NO . 128 . Tournament Problem No . 2 . ...
$ 100 REWARD $ 100 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 16 April 1898
$ 100 REWARD $ 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that , there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages , and that is Catarrh . Hall s Catarrh Cure is . the only positive cure known tothe inedical fraternity . Catarrh , being a constitutional disease , requires a constitutional ? treatment . Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally , acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system , thereby destroying the foundation of -the disease , and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work . The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure . Send for list of testimonials . Address , F ; J . CHENEY &amp; CO ., Toledo , O . Sold by Druggists , 75 c . Hall s Family Pills are the best . The fence question becomes more Important as timber gets scarce and a higher state of cultiv...
MERIT MEANS MONEY MADE [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 16 April 1898
MERIT MEANS MONEY MADE You cannot advertise money out of people s pockets all the time ; you may do it now and then , but If you dont give them something of absolute merit in return , advertising will never prove successful . The kind of advertising that pays is advertising a good thing . As it has merit the people will use it again and again . Never has this been better illustrated than in the great success of Cascarets , Candy Cathartic that we have been lately advertising in this paper . All druggists call Cascarets repeaters , that is , people buy them , like them , and buy them again and recommend them to their friends . Cascarets are guaranteed to cure constipation or money refunded , and are a delightful laxative and liver stimulant ; the best medicine ever made . We recommend all our readers to try them .
LANDS IN WISCONSIN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 16 April 1898
LANDS IN WISCONSIN Are now as desirable as any in the market . The lands , particularly in the northern part of Wisconsin , are being rapidly taken up by actual settlers . . The most salable are the timber and meadow lands now ranging in price from $ 6 . 00 to $ 12 . 00 per acre . A few months hence their value will be greatly increased . For a home or for investment no luckier chance in the West has ever before been offered . Now is the time to invest . No better farming land exists anywhere . No greater results can be obtained anywhere . Schools and churches abound everywhere . Nearby markets for all farm products . Wisconsin is one of the banner states of For further information address or call upon W . E . POWELL , General Immigration Agent , 410 Old Colony Building , Chicago , Ills .
Where Do You Live ? [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 16 April 1898
Where Do You Live ? I knew a man , and his name was Horner , Who used to live on Grumble CornerGrumble Corner in Cross-patch Town ; And he never was seen without a frown . He grumbled at this ; he grumbled at that , He growled at the dog ; he growled at the He grumbled at morning ; he grumbled at And o 6 grumble and growl was his chief He grumbled so much at his wife that she Began to grumble , as well as he ; And all the children , wherever they went , Reflected their parents discontent . If the sky was dark , and betokened rain , Then Mr . Horner was sure to complain ; And , if there was neyer a cloud about Hed grumble because of a threatened drought . His meals were never to suit his taste ; He grumbled at having to eat in haste ; The bread was poor , or the meat was tough , ,, . Or else he hadnt had half enough . No matter how hard his wife might try To please her husband , with scornful eye Hed look around , and then , with a scowl At something or other , begin to growl . One d...
SIXTEEN YEARS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 16 April 1898
SIXTEEN YEARS His Wife Had Been a Chronic Invalid-Cured at Last . Mr . J . T . Scott , Cherokee , Texas , in writing to Dr . Hartman , stated : I had kidney disease for about fifteen years and had got so bad that I could hardly get about and could not perform any kind of labor . I had tried quite a number of doctors and had taken nearly a wagon-load of patent and proprietary medicines , but continued to gradually grow worse . Also , my wife had been an invalid for about sixteen years , and you doubtless remember when I wrote you about her , there was hardly ever a day that she could sit up all day . Wearied a great many remedies , but neither of us was ever benefited , only temporarily , till we began taking your Pe-ru-na and Man-a-lin , as instructed in your letters to us . It has made a healthy man of me ; I never felt better in my life and my wife is almost like a different person , she is so much better . The Pe-ru-na is the most wonderful medicine I ever saw ; for la grippe it ...
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 16 April 1898
t ~ april 16 , 1898 IA Liver I J That Shirks ^ and refuses to perform Its proper func- X \ tions makes aches of the very worst r 0 kind—headache , backache , siaeache , 0 ^ boneache-dulls the brain and weak- A \ r ens the body . J \ Dr . Peters \ I Blood I JIVitalizer ? is what you need . It Is an honest Swiss- V W German remedy , In use more than 100 , W 0 years . It relieves thobody of allTefuse 0 \ matter , while It tones and Invigorates ¦ i W the system . It Is an almost infallible r 0 remedy for all diseases caused by im- 0 \ pure or impoverished blood or from \ • / a disordered stomach . J # No Drug-Store medicine ; is sold P 0 only by regular Vitalizer agents . f 0 Persons living where there are no 0 d ) agents for Dr . Peters Blood Vitalizer . 0 i can , by sending $ S . OO , obtain twelve \ 0 35-cent bottles direct from the propri- 0 0 etor . This offer can be obtained only 0 ^ once by the same person . \ £ Write to DR . PETER FAHRNEY , \ m © 112-114 South Hoyne Ave ., Chica...
THE AWFUL LIFE OF A LAW -FUL WIFE . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 16 April 1898
THE AWFUL LIFE OF A LAWFUL WIFE . Love , Duty , and Happiness Beckon to Her in Vain . All readers of newspapers have been fold Ignorance is the mother of crime , and that no crimes are so severely punished as those committed against Nature . Nature s law Is the stern law of reprisal . An eye for an eye , a tooth for a tooth . The children s teeth set on edge because or the sour grapes of sin eaten by the Parents . The sin of the parents visited on the children to the third generation . Sin is the transgression of law . And the courts only echo the voice of Nature when they affirm : Ignorance of the law does not excuse guilt . It is these fundamental facts in the operations of natural law that make it possible for a woman who enters the marriage relation with the full sanction of the law of the land and love of her heart , to be condemned to an awful life or servitude and suffering . Dont let her smile deceive you . She has trained herself to bear what she looks upon as part of the b...
Valuable Inventions [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 16 April 1898
Valuable Inventions Two recent inventions which will be of interest to Farmers Voice readers are described in the March issue of the Inventive Age . One of them is a nailless horse shoe invented by John C . Johnson of Nannie , Ga . Instead of nails straps projecting from the horseshoe are used with other attachments . These consist of eye-bearfngs , at the ends of the straps ; bails pivotally mounted in the bearings ; a hasp connected with one bail , a latch-lever to the other , and a locking devise in form of a hook , mounted on one of the bails and adapted to engage and bolt the latch-lever . Thus the shoe is strapped and locked to the horse s foot—which no doubt the animal will be better satisfied with than to have its feet driven full of nails . The other is a bee-catcher , concerning which the Age says : Those who are acquainted with the habits of the busy time these bee know that at swarming little workers gather in great numbers on trees and other convenient places and there ...
The Passing of Sugar Cane [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 16 April 1898
The Passing of Sugar Cane The interest felt in the west an the production of beet sugar gives point to the following extract from a New Zealandnewspaper : ¦ An industrial change of a most interesting character to students of political economy is taking place in New South Wales . The sugar cane grown for so many years on the banks of the Clarence and Richmond rivers is making way for the useful dairy cow , and the costly and imposing sugar mills are gradually but surely being superseded by butter factories . The majority of the sugar growers are very much exercised by the turn affairs have taken in the sugar industry , and are very loath to recognize that no matter what they may do their industry is doomed . Government has in the past done a great deal for the development of the sugar industry ; they , in fact , carried out the principle of fostering and protecting it to an extent that amounted to a rank injustice to the rest of the community . But sooner or later all kinds of protec...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 16 April 1898
WHEN OTHERS FAIL CONSULT DOCTOR SWEftNY , For the speedy and permanent cure of all t ;¦ NERVOUS , CHRONIC AND PRIVATE Diseases , even in their most aggravated 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 ot acknowledged abllltyhad given up as hopeless as this eminent SPECIALIST . Nothing baffles his keen perception , his unerring diagnosis , nor his marvelous professional abilities , resulting from many years of experience . YOUNG MEN suBoring from any of the many allmenU resulting from Indiscretions of youth or men of niaturer years suffering from excesses ot any kind should consult him without delay , place themselves under his treatment and have lost strength , manly vigor and confidence restored . % AIDITET if you cannot call , a letter II T \ . I I t carefully describing your symptoms and he will send to you In plain envelope his scientific and honest opinion of your case , free of ch...
Queries and Answers [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 16 April 1898
Queries and Answers Where is the Buckeye mowing machine made , ami by whom ? Where Is the Deerlng machine made , and by whom ? J . G . Buckeye mowing machines are made by Aultman &amp; Co ., Canton , 0 . Deeving machines by the Deering Harvester Co ., Chicago , 111 . Can the Shorthorn be any other color than red , and it so , what ? C . L . T . Plymouth , Iowa . . Shorthorns are red , white , roan or spotted / red and white . Some of the best Shorthorns ever bred were white and the Duchess cow that sold at a public sale for $ 25 , 000 was roan . The craze for solid red Shorthorns worked more injury to the . breed than any other thing that ever happened to the breed . The nickname of the breed is the red , white and roan , on account of the color of some of the best animals known among Shorthorns . . In the election to settle the question of the purchase of the five main railroad lines of Switzerland by the government the total number of votes cast was 560 ,- 892 . . The majo...
SPRAYING FRUIT TREES . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 16 April 1898
SPRAYING FRUIT TREES . The question of spraying fruit trees to prevent the depredations of insect pests and fungus diseases is no longer an experiment . but a necessity . Our readers will do well to write AVm . Stahl , Quincy , 111 ., and get his catalogue describing twenty-one styles of Spraying Outfits and full , treatise on spraying the different fruit and vegetable crops , which may be had for the asking , anil contains much valuable information . Read how Ben Herbert got A Watch for Nothing on page 11 of this issue .