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Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 April 1898
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Page 16 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 30 April 1898
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The Week [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
The Week The expected engagement at Manila occurred Sunday morning , and all the world knows how gloriously the supremacy of American arms was sustained by Admiral Dewey and his splendid squadron . The crushing blow administered to Spain s Pacific fleet is important far beyond the direct consequences of that unprecedented victory . It rids the Pacific coast of the slightest fear of attack ; it shows to the world of what mettle the American navy—officers , men and shipsis composed , and strengthens the nations confidence , while it confounds those enemies who have persistently sneered at our professionals as lovers of peace ; it gives Spain fair warning of what she may expect when her Atlantic squadron shall meet our own , and inclines the powers to demand of Spain compliance with our ultimatum that she shall leave forever the American continent ; it likewise warns the world at large that here is a power which hereafter must be considered when interests are in question likely to affe...
Dewey Before Manila [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
Dewey Before Manila Steam ahead ! Follow me ! Admiral Dewey s signals to the commanders of the other ships of his squadron , when in the gray of last Sunday morning the fleet approached and entered the mined and fortressed harbor of Manila , will live with Nelson s historic signal , England expects every man to do his duty ! or Dixs famous command , If any man touch the American flag , shoot him on the spot ! What that command meant to the plucky American sailors , thousands of miles from a base of supplies , in a harbor laid with mines for their annihilation , with frowning forts on every hand , and no land force to co-ope-rate or assist , it is impossible fully to comprehend , but to-day the world has enshrined the name of Admiral Dewey with those of John Paul Jones , Perry , Decatur and Farragut as its expression of the glory and honor which attaches to such splendid courage and faith . Dewey is the new Farragut , said Commodore Schley , when he heard the news , and congress shou...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
Published Weekly by THE FARMERS VOICE , 334 Dearborn Street , Chicago , 111 . W . H . BURKE , J . C . BILUNGSLEA , EDITOR . BUSINESS MANAGER . MilAER PURVIS , ASSOCIATE EDITOR . ¦ Entered at Chicago Post-Office as Secoad-Class Matter . Terms of Subscription : One Copy One Year One Dollar . Advertising Rates : Twenty-five Cents per-Agate I &lt; ine . Make all Drafts or Orders payable and address all communl cations to THE FARMERS V OICE , 334 Dearborn Street , Chicago THE FARMERS VOICE CO ., 334 Dearborn St ., Chicago . Ill , CHICAGO , MAY 7 , 1898 .
The Trend of the Republic [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
The Trend of the Republic In a letter to the Springfield ( Mass . ) Republican , ExSenator H . L . iDawes says ; A few days since you called attention to the impressive scene in the senate w . ien on a vote on the Cuban resolutions every senator was in his seat and voted , except only Mr . Walthall , then on his deathbed . It was indeed , an impressive scene . I do not recall another like it in our history , when public interest was so intense as to insure the presence of every senator in his seat ready to answer the roll-call on a question fraught with such consequences . I do remember , however , another such scene in the house of representatives no less impressive and on which hung consequences no one then foresaw , and no one since has been able to measure . I have thought that its recall at this time would not be without interest . That scene occurred forty years ago this very month , when the Englis bill , so-called , that last wicked attempt to doom Kansas to slavery by statu...
Competition ' s Antithesis [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
Competition s Antithesis A Massachusetts correspondent in an interesting and valuable contribution in last weeks issue , calls attention to the fact that it is not competition , but combination , which destroys and makes competition impossible , which is one of the great economic wrongs of the time . State socialists have grown to speak of competition as if it were an evil beyond description . As a matter of fact , the world never has had free and unobstructed competition since the day commercial selfishness entered the soul of man—and that was very early in human history . What is competition ? It is the operation of the law of supply and demand , under whose perfect action no one could suffer wrong , for it would be the perfection of justice in the trade relations of the world . Water seeking its own level is not more clearly a manifestation of the divine law than we might observe in the operation of the law of supply and demand were the stream of trade not dammed up by false laws...
After Manila , What ? [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
After Manila , What ? Now that we have got the rabbit , what shall we do with it ? Admiral Deweys victory , won in a few short hours , is likely to give us a world of trouble before all the questions to which it will give rise are satisfactorily determined . Aside from the perplexing problems which have to do with maintaining our hold upon the Philippines , and the relations those islands are to sustain to this nation until our difficulties with Spain are over with aiid fully adjusted , are the delicate points , which are innumerable and which ramify bewilderingly , in relation to the Eastern question . The capitulation of Cuba would not stir a ripple on the surface of European affairs—Europe has no interest in that matter . But the Philippines , coveted by Germany , and long desired by Japan , have become of vastly greater importance in consequence of the action of the powers in China , and the advantage given the United States by her victory over Spain must be regarded with jealou...
An Agricultural Congress [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
An Agricultural Congress Texas has taken up a work which other states might consider with profit . Director J . H . Connell of the state experiment station , has been in correspondence with the cotton growers , dairymen , horticulturists , stockmen and swine breeders of the state for some time , with the result that a congress in which all of the several branches of agriculture shall be represented , is to be held at the State Agricultural college July 13 , 14 and 15 . A mid-summar agricultural congress is a new departure , but it is an innovation possessed of great possibilities . In some states the dates here given would not suit , but in most states there are a few weeks in summer when things are in condition to admit of momentary relaxation , and what a stimulus and refreshment a congress of that kind must be to those who participate in its sessions . A mid-summer institute is planned for one county in central Illinois , but the scope of the Texas gathering suggests its larger b...
JH The Status of American g Agriculture n n i ii [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
JH The Status of American g Agriculture n n i ii ONLY in the larger view of affairs may we find answer to the doubts which arise concerning the present and future of American agriculture . What has been and what is must be considered if we are to anticipate the gifts of the time to come . It is of utmost importance , too , that we learn that industrial and commercial business have passed and are passing through the same conditions . George E . Walsh , in an able and thoughtful paper in a recent number of Lippincott s Magazine , helps us to get this point of view . He writes of The Status of American Agriculture , and if he is as severe as truth in pointing out the mistakes of the past and the present , he also is reassuringly optimistic of the future . Here is his eloquent tribute to the pioneers who conquered the soil and builded a nation . There is happiness in the breast of the veteran soldier fighting relentlessly against odds , conscious of his power , his training , his discip...
Agriculture [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
Agriculture A Valuable Experience Leon Hay , a young and progressive farmer of Kankakee county , 111 ., believes in . book farming and practices what he learns from books , bulletins and farm papers with great profit . However , he does not stop with these things , for he believes in independent investigation , and in the course of one of his experiments had a valuable experience which he related to the writer a few days ago . Some one told Mr . Hay that he could not sow rape among his standing corn and plow it in at the last cultivation and make a crop of it . He did not believe this , and last year , in July , he sowed one of his corn fields to rape , sowing it broadcast , by taking as much seed as he could pick up between his thumb and first two fingers at a cast , and plowed it in with the cultivator , having on gopher shovels . The crop came on thick enough and grew rapidly and about September 1 ready for use . Then his sheep took a hand . They found a hole in the fence and cra...
ALL ABOUT THE FARM [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
ALL ABOUT THE FARM Is the barn-yard tidied up , the manure hauled out or piled in heaps and the accumulated pieces of boards and remnants of every description made into kindling wood ? If not spring work has not begun at your house . The raising of mushrooms for Parisians gives employment to 1 , 200 persons , the sales amounting to $ 1 , 500 , 000 a year . Denmark has an egg-exportation company , with 18 , 000 members . The eggs are sold by the pound .
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
TH May 7 , 1898 Every thought , M I ^ ^ ^ J word and action »* I fififi takes vitality ¦ * ¦ WM from the blood ; every nerve , muscle , bone , organ and tissue depends on : thi blood for its quality and condition . C ¦ % »¦¦• # * Therefore pun Opring blood is absolutely UAJSASWA necessary to right medicine living and healthy bodies . Hood s Sarsaparilla is the great blood purifier and the best Spring Medicine . Therefore it is the greT cure for scrofula , salt rheum , humors , sores , rheumatism , catarrh , etc . ; thi great nervine , strength builder , appetizer , stomach tonic and regulator . Hood s Sarsaparilla XSK fix for $ 8 . Prepared only by 0 . 1 . Hood &amp; Co ., Lowell , Mass . America s Greateit Medicine . Pure Big Round Dollars Little round globules of butter fat represent big round dollars in money . The way to get the dollars is to save the globules . The best way to save the butter fat is by the use SEPARATORS . The LITTLE GIANT gets it all at the lowest expe...
Garden and Orchard [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
Garden and Orchard Weeds in the Garden A weed is a plant out of place , and while it is a robber wherever found is capable of doing more mischief in a garden than in any other place . One healthy weed will destroy the usefulness of a hill of potatoes or any other vegetable within the radius of its root system , and not a single useless plant should be allowed to grow in the garden :. Last summer we had occasion to reflect that a very useful vegetable might become a weed through carelessness . We had a large bed of early beets , and through simple neglect failed to thin out one row . All the other rows were carefully thinned so the beets stood six . inches apart , and they occupied the whole row before the season ended . The row that was not thinned did not produce a single beet that was large enough to use . Weeds should be kept out of the paths in the garden as well as from the beds , for if left to grow anywhere they produce seeds for future crops . The fight against them must be ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
Is the baby too thin ? Does he increase too slowly in weig ht ? Are you in constant fear he will be ill ? Then g ive him more flesh . Give him more power to resist disease . He certainly needs a fat-forming food . Scott s Emulsion is just that food . It will make the baby plump ; increase the weight ; bring color to the cheeks , and prosperity to the whole body . Thin children take to it as naturally as they do to their milk . 50 c . and fi . oo , all druggists . SCOTT si BOWNE . Chemists , New York .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
A Cheap Farm and a Good One . Do you want a good farm , where you can work outdoors In your shirt sleeves for ter months in the year , and where your stocK can forage for itself all the year round : If so , write to P . Sid Jones , Passenger Agent , Birmingham , Ala ., or Dr . R . B . Crawford , Traveling Passenger Agent , 6 Rookery Building , Chicago , 111 . Do you want to go down and look at somo of the Garden Spots of this country ? Tin Louisville &amp; Nashville Railroad provides the way and the opportunity on the first and third Tuesday of each month , with excursions at only two dollars over one fate for round trip tickets . Write Mr . C . P . Atmore , General Passenger Agent , Loulsvllit ! , Ky ., for particulars . Do you want to read about them befrre going ? Then send 10 cents In silver or postage stamps for a copy of Garden Spots to Mr . Atmore .
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
Vegetables can be raised at a profit , and the yield enlarged , if properly fertilized . Most fertilizers do do not contain enough Potash Vegetables need plenty cfpotash— at least 10 % — besides the phosphoric acid and nitro-gen-Write for our books which tell all about fertilizers . They are free , GEftMAN KALI WORKS , 93 Nassau St ., New York . . DUROC-JERSBY HOQS-Reelntered stock . Send stamp for 64-page catalogue . Illustrated , prices and hls-ory . useful information o yonn &lt; breeders . J M . STONEURAKER , Panola . II . ^^^ H ^ Hl ^^ I ^^^ H round , oblongor squart Scotch-topped Bulls ! \ C Eight Renick Rose of Sharon 1 Bulls ( hat combine finish with g ! substance ) they are as good as the 5 best . Write for cat . and prices , jfl « 1 BBAM RBSICu , Sjcamore , Clark Coantj , Kentucky . Jl \ ltrests with you whether you continue the ^ ssssssssssi - nerve-killing tobacco habit . NO-TO-1 IA (^ 4 |^^ H removes the desire for tobacco , with ^ aff Hk ^ kk ^ B out nervouH di...
Live Stock and Dairy [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 7 May 1898
Live Stock and Dairy Facts About Horses At the recent meeting at which the National Horse Breeders and Dealers association was organized J . P . Berry delivered an address from which the following points are taken , any of which are interesting to the farmer who breeds horses : Within the last twenty-five years we have had twenty-four states that produced horses for the market . This breeding territory is now reduced to about eight states , that produce more market horses than they want for their own use , thus leaving the eight states to produce all the American horses , required for the American demand and export trade . In 1894 we had a supply of American horses of a little over 16 , 000 , 000 . To-day this supply is reduced to about 13 , 500 , 000 . This includes all the range horses , or horses in the mountain states known as range horses , which at this time numbers 3 , 500 , 000 . Since the horse business has been revolutionized , the grade raised and a better and a higher cl...