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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 April 1898

GOLD DUST THE BEST WASHING POWDER ^ X y ° u s rease S the wagon wheels with MICA Axle Grease a why it s the best grease ever put on an axle . Sold everywhere BKSAITV ^ m \\\ ^ L mL ^^^^ ^—W ^—W fl ^ H H H ^ LW Get box and learn WfM ^ Lm Wf M ^ LW . ^ H

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
The Markets [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 April 1898

The Markets Live Stock flarket Cattle-Quotations were as follows : • Fancy native steers , 1500 @ 1700 lbs ... ? 5 . 40 & 5 . S 0 Choice to extra steers , 1300 @ 1500 llja 5 . 1005 . 50 Good to choice steers , 1200 @ 1500 ] b £ 4 . 65 ® 5 . 2 o Fat plain steers , 1300 @ 1 GOO lbs ,.... j . fflej . S Fat handy steers , 1000 @ 1150 lbs .... 4 . 25 @ 4 . 50 Common butcher steers fRHn Good to choice cows and heifers .. £ 85 ® 4 . Wl Fair to good cows and heifers .... 8 . 40 @ £ *> Poor to good -canning cows £ 2 $ KS Blockers and feeders , 70001100 lbs .. 3 . 60 @ 4 i 5 Native veal calves , 100001100 lbs .... 4-00 @ b . 00 Export bulls ... • i- ^ tm Feeding and bologna bulls 2 . 60 CM . 40 Te C src S ows CaW r IWUj Fair to good cows HS % rS Canning cows SSK ™ Heifers iW £ ~ Oven • 3 . 00 @ 3 . 75 Bin :. ::: MUMS Calves 4 . 00 @ 6 . 00 Stackers ( 500 to 700 I lbs ) .. 3 . 25 @ 3 . 75 Feeders ( 750 to 950 lbs . ) .. 3 . 7504 . 25 Hogs-Quotations are as follows : Good...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
OUR WEEKLY REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 April 1898

OUR WEEKLY REVIEW M JOSEPH AOAMa OEOROE J . ADAMS . ^ AW . rtrrCHIffc I JmL , nvM ADAMS SONS & KiTr ^ , < Wm I V ^ IVCi STOCKXOMMISSIOraf I UNIOM STOCK \ kfcos , CHICAGO , III * ., „ ¦ ^ IB . AND UNION S TOCK YARDS . SOUTH OMAHA , NEB . AND KANSAS CITY , MO , Receipts To-Day , Oi 5 <» o Cattle , 37 ,- 000 Hogs , 15 . 000 Sheep Cattle flarket Strong . Hog flarket Steady to Shade Lower Sheep Market Slow . CATTLE Chicago , April 28 , 1898 . The receipts of cattle up to to-night will be 35 , 600 , against 34 , 033 for the same time last week . Last week s total was only 36 , 020 , against 46 , 985 in 1897 and 50 , 309 in 1896 . Last weeks close shows no change from the prices of our last report . The receipts on Friday were 2 , 490 and the run for the week was one of the highest we have had for some time . This weeks supply is almost as light , and it has had the effect of toning up the market so that even the light demand has not had the influence it w...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 April 1898

mAinni crac _ r WWUUL d £ Jwd £ Listen to this . You have wool to sell . ? You want to sell it where J & vouwlll get thebeat price and the quickest return * at f ™ ; i * . towe * fcomml ** lon charge * commensurate with good service . mj We meet all these conditions and requirements . We have the M ^ beat location and the moat commodious wool loft * in this i S 5 | market . Every manufacturer In tho country knowaourfirm WB 8 and knows that he can get what he want * from us . We sell | Kffi ? Mm direct . We make liberal advance * on consignments and WfKf charge only at the rate of B per cent , per annum on money IpS thus advanced . Sacks furnished free . MS We Handle 15 , 000 , 000 lbs . of Wool per Year * / P % our circular letter keeps you posted on market conditions . Jmhssmm Do not sell until you hear from us . Better write to-day . ^ BkWn •>¦¦ BFBUIII DDflC 122-I » -I 26-12 S AlHfklfiA III SILBERMAN BKU 5 i MICHIQAN STREET , bHIuAuu , ILL fW ^ N ^ S ^ { H ...

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 April 1898

DOES MANHOOD FAIL ? It may sometimes fail , owing to nervous disorders , but it is never lost , or hardly cvor . except in extreme old age . What we call failing manhood or nervous exhaustion is merely weakened power . Underneath the ashes tho lire remains aglow . It requires carefub scientific treatment to fan it into a bright flame of life and energy . Your despondency looks foolish-is foolish . Keeps you from getting well . It s the worst vart of your sicknessTry and get over it . Try to look like a man-bead up , body erect . Then do as a man should • get help in a common sense way . But for the sake of your existence-for the sake of those dear to you or dependent on you , dont play with lire . Leave quack medicines cure-all-and-everybody nostrums alone . Go to a specialist . Go to one who has devoted a lifetime to this one branch of human suffering ; who cures where others try and exp » rime _ fr MAKE NO MISTAKE-CONSULT - i ^^^ fc * DOCTORSWEANY The Acknowledged Leading and Most...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Chess [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 April 1898

Chess SOLUTIONS . Prob . No . 117 . Tourney No . 10 : ¦ 1 S-K 5 , P-S 5 ; 2 P-R 41 , BxKRP ; 3 S-Q 3 ch , etc . Average valuation by solvers , 81 1-3 . PrOb . No . 110 ( Second ) : ¦ . ¦ 1 S-Q 2 . Some of our solvers sent wrong solutions to this , a twoer ! Found by Nourse , Bahler and others . Prob : No , 117 ( Second ) . Tourney No . 11 : 1 B-Q 2 , KxS ; , 2 Q-B 6 , etc . If 1 P-KC ; 2 S-B 3 ch , etc . Very , very neat , says one of our finest solvers . Valuation , 83 1-3 . 1 TO CORRESPONDENTS . • R . B . Lloyd : All the scores published by us recently take no acount o £ the retirement of players , though the tournament committee doers ; - we decided upon this plan because it seemed fair that somewhere and somehdw a player should get some credit for a won game from a player subsequently retiring . Bro . En berg : Thank you . lou are perfectly welcome to help yourself , to any dainty you see on our table .. PROBLEM NO . 131 . Tournament Problem No . 4 . By Chas . A Nourse , Chicago...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Hot Skimming [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 April 1898

Hot Skimming Pasteurizing milk by heating it up from 155 to 165 degrees and running it through the separator while hot is undoubtedly the coming plan for operating creameries . The butter by this process is sweet , and we think exceptionally palatable . The heat seenis to subdue , if not entirely remove any grassy or garlicky taste , and we believe it destroys other bad odors that may he in the milk . It improves the body and keeping qualities of butter , and its adoption is the only plan by which our butter can compete in foreign markets . It is a sure and the only sure , road to uniformity of product . ..... The Reid pasteurizer is simple in its construction , easily kept clean , and , in fact , adds nothing to the work of running the creamery . It takes the place of a pump and a heater , and will elevate the milk 0 to 8 feet , the work is done economically , as it utilizes the exhaust steam for the purpose . By skimming the milk hot it skims easier and closer , and adds to the ca...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
EXTRA FINE BUTTER MAKING [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 April 1898

EXTRA FINE BUTTER MAKING At the Vermont Butter and Cheese Makers Association convention , held at Montpeller the 3 d and 4 th insts ., at which there were seventy-five entries of butter , R . F . In this connection it is worthy of remark that at the Vermont Dairymen s annual convention , held at Si . Albans in January last , the creamery sweepstakes , grand sweepstakes and gold medal went lo E . & Byrnes , superintendent No . Ryegate creamery , who also uses an improved United Stales Separator ; the first , premium on creamery prints went to F . L . Smith , proprietor Cloverleaf creamery , Fletcher , and lirst premium on dairy tubs to . H . I . Clapp , Harre , both of whom use the Improved United States Separator . The Vermont Farm Machine Company is to be congratulated upon the remarkable success of the above named separator . A significant hint was given in the English house of commons last week when Sir Charles Dilke gave notice on a motion to the effect that the cond...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
A Sparrow Electrician [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 April 1898

A Sparrow Electrician All the telephones were out of order , When Mr . Smith rung up Mr . Brown he was quite as likely to get Mr . Peters or Mr . Snooks , and sometimes the instrument merely burred , clicked and sizzled . The managers of the telephone company were at their wits end ; they had looked high and low to find where the wires were crossed , but all to no avail . At last a lineman was sent out to follow the wires from pole to pole , and not to stop until he had seen every foot of the line . All one day he tramped up and down the dusty streets of the little town in which this happened , and he could find nothing out of order . At last , just as it was coming 6 o clock , he reached a big building which was used as a college library and museum . Up about twenty feet from the ground a . stout timber protruded from the wall to the distance of about three feet , and along the top , of this the jvires ran into the building . The lineman could see nothing wrong , and he was tempted...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 April 1898

Kidney Dangers You dare not overlook them . The mildest case of Kidney Trouble soon becomes malignant , the best remedy Dr . Peter s Blood Vitalizer the old Swiss-German remedy—in constunt use for over 100 years . It seldom fails to cure diseases caused by Impoverlshed or impure blood or from a dlsordered stomach . No Drug-Store medicine ; is sold only by regular Vitalizer agents . Persons living where there are no agents for Dr . Peters Blood Vitalizer can , by sending $ 2 . 00 , obtain twelve 35cent trial bottles direct from the proprietor . Thisoffercanboobtuinedonly once by the the same person . , Write to DR . PETER FAHRNEV 112-114 South Hoyne Ave ., Chicago •—K—r—r ~ r ~ r ~ r ~ r [ ¦ rr—r—r—r—rwr j i j \ t . , [ j ! ! k . t { I [ J J w t ! i . I t < j , < ! . ^ _ l _ . A _ k -k _ V _ k ___ A . A _ . fiM CHEAP HOMES IN SOUTH DAKOTA . JX tor particulars . E . H . WRIGHT , Armour , S . D . Best Line Indianapolis Cincinnati AND THE • CITY TICKET OFFICE : 232...

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BY FORCE OF ARMS POOR , UNHAPPY CUBA ! [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 April 1898

BY FORCE OF ARMS POOR , UNHAPPY CUBA ! When a man with a deadly weapon in his grasp says Halt ! It means something . When a mighty nation , equipped with all the munitions and armaments of war , says Halt ! it means more ; but it means most of all when all-powerful and benignant Nature raises her invincible forces to shield and protect the sick and suffering . Poor , . wretched , unhappy Cuba is not more to be pitied nor in greater need of help than the ten thousand ailing , miserable , discouraged Americans to whom these words are addressed . But there is a mighty power of nature cbncealed , yet ever active and forceful , in that wonderful Golden Medical Discovery , which has saved a hundred thousand Americans from a worse death than shooting or starvation ; a death by slow , lingering , wearing , wasting , inexorable disease . How has this been done ? Was it a miracle ? Was it an accident , that men who seemed Ho be slowly yet surely dying of wasting lung affections , and women wi...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Forests and Sheep [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 April 1898

Forests and Sheep Frederick V . Colville , botanist of the department of agriculture , has just made a report of his work in investigating the effects on forest growth of grazing sheep in the forest lands of the Cascade reservation in Oregon . There has been much trouble in that country and in other sections between the ranchers or farmers and the sheepmen . The ranchers claim that grazing sheep on the reservations set apart to perpetuate the forests along the . water sheds supplying the great rivers destroys the young forest trees , denudes the soil of vegetation and causes it to wash and gully during rainy weather , and that herders habitually set fires in the forests to burn off dead vegetation in order that a new growth may spring up to furnish feed for ; their sheep . This quarrel has gone so far that a resort to arms has been imminent on more than one occasion , and Mr . Colville s trip was taken in order that the department might know the truth of the matter . The conclusion ...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 April 1898

fllftP For a List of Names I \ JT 1 WewillmallmorethanONEMILUONSEED In M mm m CATALOGUES during 1808 and are now ad- * Mr MM W vertislngrnrttrNl fills * linmpN li , mull lhi > Di to . We want different lists from all parts of the U . S . and will PAY $ 25 . 00 FOR A FIRST CLASS LIST OF 25 OR MORE names in your neighborhood who will buy our Meeds una pliintA . Make out your list carefully , write name and P , O . address of each very plain , all on one side of sheet of paper . AS A GUARANTEE that all names you sendaregeuulne and of people who plant seedsand plants , you must enclose 25 c . ( silver or M . 0 . ) with your list , for which we will send you , extra from other prize , a 50 c . CERTIFICATE good for W ) cts . worth of seeds any time within two years , and if your list contains at least 80 names nicely written , we will SEND YOU AH , EXTRA « 4 PRIZENo list accepted unless & c . Is enclosed with it as a guarantee that it is all right . Your prizes , pa...

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War News Summary [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 April 1898

War News Summary Friday , April 22 . Captain Sampson s fleet got under way for Cuba at 2 : 35 o clock a . m— Minister Woodford left Madrid at 4 o clock yesterday . He was given his passports before he could deliver the ultimatum — First shot of the war fired by Nashville , and Spanish merchantman , iBuena Ventura captured . —Formal notice of blockade of Cuba issued by the presidentGeneral Woodford reaches Paris after an exciting trip from Madrid . Saturday , April 23 . Great Britain and France formally announce neutrality . —Spain s reply to ultimatum received by president . —Spaniards reserve right to resort to privateers if need arises . —Blockade of Cuba perfected and warships patrol coast . —More troops arrive at Havana from the interior of the island . —Insurgents destroy a troop train ten miles from city , and 12 men killed and injured . —The gunboat Helena seizes the Miguel Jover with a cargo valued at $ 400 , 000—The revenue cutter Winona succeeds in overhauling the Saturnin...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Weather and Crops [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 April 1898

Weather and Crops Minnesota—Wheat and oats seeding nearly finished . Early sown wheat in south looking well . Winter wheat , rye and pastures doing well , but growth above ground retarded by cool weather . Gardening , preparation for corn , potato and flax seeding going on slowly . South Dakota—Spring wheat seeding nearing completion . Except in northern counties , most wheat growing and looks promising , but is uneven ; in localities . Generalrains with warmer -weather would be very beneficial . Early : oats sprouting . Illinois—Rather too cold and wet for good growth or rapid work , but oats seeding practically finished and coming up with good stand . Wheat , rye and grasses doing well . Stock being pastured south half . Plowing for corn general , with planting well begun in the extreme south . Gardening and potato planting continue in northern districts ; elsewhere mostly finished . Fruits blooming heavily , except early apples , in the central and southern districts . Wisconsin—...

Publication Title: Farmers Voice
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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 April 1898

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