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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 April 1898

We made the first bicycle ever produced in America . We introduced the industry into this country and have led it during every step of its progress for 21 years to the marvelous perfection that makes STANDARD OP THE WORLD . Unequaled • « « Unapproached . COLUMBIA C HAINLESS BICYCLES are the best wheels in the world at any price . They are made of 5 % Nickel Steel Tubing , they are weather proof , their bevel gears improve with use and they are the easiest under any condition of road or weather . Columbia Chainless Bicycles are $ 125 Columbia Chain Wheels . . 75 Hartford Bicyclea . . . . 50 Vedett re $ 40 and 35 POPE MANUFACTURING CO HARTFORD , CONN . Catalogue free from any Columbia dealer , or by mail lor one 2-cent stamp . . fa fg ^ $ 30 WATCH-S 6 L rM-- * . It AJA / T FOll 80 DAYS ONLY . ¦ m L lVWr / af This magnificent , superbly engraved I IkflNaU ^ double hunting case Amerlcin 14 Karat 1 ¦ JVJBL SOLID GOLD filled watch , stem wind and ^ J ^^ jfflHKmgb- - ¦ stem set , an absolu...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
The Markets [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 April 1898

The Markets Live Stock narket Cattle-Quotations were as follows : Fancy native steers . 1500431700 lbs ... $ 5 . 40 @ 5 . 50 Choice , to extra steers , 1300 @ 1500 lbs \ • 5 . 10 @ o . 50 Good to choice steers , 120001500 jDS ¦ 4 . 50 po . < i 5 Fat plain s teerB , l 30 O @ lB 00 lbs 4 . 4004 . 75 Fat handy steers , 100001150 lbs ¦«• Common butcher steers . ............ 4 . 00 @ 4 . 2 o Good to choice cows and heifers .. 3 . 7504 . 50 Fair to good cows and heifers ijSB & i Poor to good canning cows • Z . MgM . Sa Stockers and feeders . 70001100 lbs .. 3-6004 . 75 Native veal calves , 10001100 lbs .... 4 . 00 © o . ID Export bulls , • 3-2504 . 00 Feeding and bologna bulls i . \ mvs . is > Wisconsin Cattle—Best cows 3 ! 0 © 3 . 3 o Fair to good cows ! rI 5 § H !! Canning cows lW 2 AHeifers ¦ 2-K-Oxpn 3 . 0003 . 7 a Butl . . ¦ .. . . . ¦ ..., 2- «@ 3 . 10 Calves 4 . 0005 . 75 Stockers ( 500 to 700 lbs ) 3 . 00 @ 3 . 80 Feeders ( 750 to 950 lbs . ) 3 . ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
OUR WEEKLY REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 April 1898

OUR WEEKLY REVIEW Rflfi JOSEPH ADAMS OEORGE J . ADAMS . ^ AiW . WTQrllN ., || I ikfe r ^ w ADAMS SONS & KITCHIK , W & I I ^ IVE S TOCK . C OMMISSION I UNION S TOCK YARDS , CHICAGO , III * ., _ , I HTU MHO UNION S TOCK YARDS , SOUTH OMAHA , NEB * AND KANSAS CITY , MOt Willi Receipts To-Day , 9 . 000 Cattle , 24 ,- 000 Hogs , 9 . 000 Sheep Cattle narket Slow . Hog narket 5 to 10 Higher . Light Sheep and Lambs Strong , Heavy Slow . CATTLE Thursday , April 21 , 1898 . Receipts of . cattle up to the present time this week will he about 33 , 746 , against 45 , 553 for the corresponding time last week . Last week s total was 48 , 087 , against 39 , 396 for the corresponding week in 1897 and 44 , 536 for the same week in 1896 . On Friday last we had 2 , 390 cattle and the market was just about the same as the close of the day of our last report . There were some few cattle held over Sunday . On Monday , with 13 , 238 , the run was light enough to prevent any further ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 April 1898

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 April 1898

ERS VOICE . 13 ( 15 . 000 . 000 LBS , WOOL ¦ That * what we handled last year . That s a business f HHH Of sufficient she to attract the manufacturer . UBV We sell direct to the manufacturer and do not peddle your wool j )& out in small dribs . Wo make liberal advances on consignments jJUH and charge only attherate of S percent , per annum Interest ¦ ¦ ] on the same . We supply sacks free to our patrons . We have had | S | I thirty-one years experience . Our circular letter will keep IW ^ H you informed as to the conditions of the wool market . Write us ||| HU before you consign your wool . We can make money tor you . «^ 2 v SILBERMAN BROS . MS % CHICAGO , ILL . | | j 1 Ceo . AlIdds » nclorr .-Rot > t . fflcGulre . Geo . Middendorf & Co ., * m §^ L EsBts ^ bii-h . d is 7 > . iviercnatip . ¦ utur . Ch « oee , Eggs , Poultry , Fruits and Vegetables , Dressed Hon , Came , Hides , Veal . Cold Storage Cellar . ; , f btaf DUtaaoe Trtephon * Ma...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Chess [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 April 1898

Chess SIMULTANEOUS CHESS . A chess club of correspondence players has been meeting at various places on the South Side ( or a year or more . On the 14 th Inst , the editor encountered a team of eight , at the home of Mr . Dubois , 3030 Lake Park ave . nue . We won from C . A . Nourse , Wm . Dubois , E . P . Parke , C . LEplattenier and Wheeler , and lost to Geo . Mayer , L . W . Parke and F . H . Taylor . PROBLEM NO . 116 . By mistake two problems bore this number . The first Is solved by K-S 2 . Found by Chas . A . Nourse , Rev . A . DeR . Meares , Rev . L . H . Bahler , Paul Nelson and ( we believe ) one or two others . PROBLEM NO . 129 . Tournament Problem No . 2—By J . A . Carson . Black , 11 pieces . White , 9 pieces . lgB 2 s 2 ; lbplQlBl ; 4 pSrl ; R 2 S 1 k b 1 ; 4 p 1 p 1 ; r 1 ; P 5 P 1 ; 6 K 1 Mate in three . Credit the problem : Originality , 10 , or less ; beauty , 30 , or less ; difficulty , 30 , or less ; finish of construction , 30 , or less . PROBLEM NO . 130 . Espe...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Nature's Wonderful Cure [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 April 1898

Natures Wonderful Cure Indiana Mineral Springs , Ind ., April 19 . —( Special correspondence of The Farmers Voice . )—In this beautiful valley , where only a few years ago Samuel Story , a poor farmer , accidentally discovered the wonderful virtues of the Magno-Mud and Lithia Water Cure , while digging a ditch to drain the rich black earth of the crystal water constantly flowing from the fountain of nature at the foot of the hills , I have found men and women from all parts of the United States having health restored . More than a score of farmers are among the regiment of guests of the magnificent Indiana Springs Hotel , who are having new strength and vitality imparted to them by the mud and water of this now famous resort . To the farmer there is no more natural place to look for comfort and healing than to the bosom of Mother Earth . For the bite of a poisonous insect or the sting of a bee we know that the commonest remedy is the mud of certain soils . The mud at once arrests al...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 April 1898

\\ 7 i » ii-afa es P eckUy writers of V V It LCFb ) fiction and poetry , = ^ === will find something to interest them if they will send for a copy of The Inland Magazine , Troy , O .

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 April 1898

WWWWVIWWWV 1 V 1 I Your Stomach j \ Tells You \ ? by actionsthatspeaklouderthan 5 P words—when It can not perform the P 0 task expected of It . Only a sound and m J healthy stomach can assist In building J P up the system . Avoid dyspepsia by P 0 taking p l Dr . Peter s j \ Blood I Vitalizer , v theold Swiss-German remedy . Itregu- \ P lates and strengthens the digestive P 0 organs while It purifies the blood and d J invigorates the system . J P It was discovered by an old German • 0 physician and has been in use for over 0 5 100 years , though not extensively ad- J P vertlsed . It seldom fails to cure all V 0 diseases caused by impoverished or g J impure blood or from disordered J P stomach . P 0 No Drue-Store medicine ; sold only by m \ regular Vitalizer agents . P Persons living where there are no agents w > for Dr . Peter s Blood Vitalizer can , by send- A W lng $ 2 . 00 , obtain twelve 35-cent bottles direct P 0 from the proprietor . This offer can be m T obtained on...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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MODERN NAVAL WARFARE 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 April 1898

MODERN NAVAL WARFARE 1 PREPARING FOR AN ATTACK ERTAINLY the Japanese , through their late war , taught the nations of the world that eternal vigilance is the price of liberty . Had they permitted themselves to shut their eyes to modern civilization and the improvements in modern naval warfare and uuio wodern military training menIsland might have been overrun by hords of Chinese soldiery bringing their barbaric customs and laws , as well as filth and disease . All peoples should bear well in mind that it is best to follow the maxim— in peace prepare for war —by keeping an army and navy In activity—dally practice with firearms and modern cannonconstant drills and mock battles . What concerns our American people more than any fear of Spain or other nations of the earth is the dread of invasion from infectious diseases . It means fight or die for all of us . Unless we have that health which means pure blood for the system and an active liver to guard the weak points , we cannot resist ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Queries and Answers [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 April 1898

Queries and Answers I desire some information concerning estates left in Australia to American heirs . Would a cohvict , sent from England to Australia eighty years ago , have the right under the law to will his property to his heirs ? Des Moines , la . : S . A . T . Yes ; the code of laws formulated for Great Britain s penal colonies were in all ways encouraging to the convicts sent to Australia . A convicts rights in property acquired during his life there or possessed by him personally are as complete as that of any citizen s , and his will would be as sacredly carried out by the authorities . Please answer the following questions : 1 . How would be a nice way for people who have riof much money to have a book wedding on the fourth anniversary of their wedding . Tell all about it , the way to conduct it , the best time of day , etc . 2 . How Is a good way to replace the coating or polish on the back of a large mirror , from which it has been rubbed off ? 3 . Do people generally u...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Modern Pioneering [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 April 1898

Modern Pioneering To the Editor . —Nash is a small station on the Chicago , St . Paul Minneapolis & Omaha Railway . It was known as Shore s Crossing up to about three years ago . There has been a postoffice herefor-seyeral years . It lies half-way between Ashland and . . Washburn on Chequamegon bay . The land is being settled up very fast . The settlers log cabins are everywhere where only a few years ago were vast primeval forests . There is a movement on foot now for a colony of over two hundred coming from Central Wisconsin to Ashland county . Land can be bought for from $ 1 . 50 to $ 5 au acre , some can be had for the taxes . The climate is not as severe as further away from the lake , forty miles making quite a difference . Top prices are paid for all produce , and plenty of work in winter in the woods . As good a place to settle in as a man could want—good schools , roads , water and railways . Lands are fertile , timothy and clover takes possession as soon as the...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
LANDS IN WISCONSIN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 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 the West . For further information address or call upon W . E . POWELL , General Immigration Agent , 410 Old Colony Building , Chicago , Ills . The men who find fault with scientific farming should go back to the hoe and scythe . It was scientific farming that brought all modern machinery into existence . The machinery was not...

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 April 1898

WHEN OTHERS FAIL CONSULT DOCTOR SWEANY , For the speedy and permanent cure of all > NERVOUS , CHRONIC AND PRIVATE Diseases , even In tbelr 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 of acknowledged ability had given up as hopeless as this eminent SPECIALIST . Nothing baffles his keen perception , his unerring diagnosis , nor his marvelous professional abilities , resulting frum many years of experience . YOUNG MEN suffering from any of the many ailments resulting from indiscretions of youth or men of maturer years suffering from excesses of any kind should consult blm without delay , place themselves under bis treatment and have lost strength , manly vigor and confidence restored . lAIDITC if you cannot call , a letter II HI I b carefully describing < your symptoms and he will send to you in plain envelope bis sclentttic and honest opinion of your ca...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Brown ' s Example [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 April 1898

Brown s Example There , said Brown , Willi a shake of his head , I ve painted the house and the barn and shed ! The fence has been fixed , and the lawn s been mowed , But I do wish the town would . fix up that road . Its a shame , I call it , just plain and flat , That we have to drive over roads like that ! ¦ Ill wait no longer . Ill start to-day And fix my part of it anyway . Now , Brown was one of those fellows who When they slart a thing , just . rush it through . „ , ,, Arid a week or two after , as Neighbor Jones Was driving home with his pair of roans , • Brown s road was dry , while his own , next door , Was mud to the depth of a foot or more . By George . said Jones , Ill let Brown see That I can build roads as well as he ! Now , Neighbor Smith , who lived below , Saw Jones repairing his road , and so He fixed up his , to be in the game , AnH Neighbor Robinson did the same , And soon every householder in town Was trying his best to beat out Brown . And now , when the town c...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Dairying on the Farm [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 23 April 1898

Dairying on the Farm To the Editor : —There seems to be a wide spread notion that farmer s butter can not equal in quality the product of the creamery . Go to any country store and ask the price of butter and you will be told that creamery is worth so much , while farmers butter is at least 2 cents , and often 5 cents or more , lower . The cause of this discrepancy is largely due to a lack of uniformity , not only in the product of neighboring farms , but several samples of butter from the same place and made by the same person often show a marked difference in quality . This uncertainty in the quality of his product reacts on the dairy farmer to his pecuniary hurt For , as noted above , the selling price of his butter is top often lowered permanently , even when it may be nearly or quite equal to the product of the nearest -creamery . Now dairying is , or should be , the most profitable line of employment a farmer can pursue . And if he makes from twenty-five to 200 or more pounds ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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