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Creamery for Sale— $ 2 , 500 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

Creamery for Sale— $ 2 , 500 If desired , half on time at 6 per cent , or seller would take part stock In company . Creamery Is in Gunnison . Colo ., on Main street , located on six lots 150- __ 125 feet , within six blocks of the postofflce , and between the tracks of two railroads . Gunnison is a mountain town , situate in a wide valley , and has a population of 1 , 200 people , with a good climate and all modern conveniences—water works , electric lights , etc , and , besides Its own people , there is within a radius of twenty-eight miles over a thousand miners at work . No other creamery in any direction nearer than sixty-five miles . Good cows , pure cold water , and superior grazing made the product of this creamery when in operation equal to the best in the United States . Address First National Bank , Gunnison , Colo .

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Grass Management . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

Grass Management . Mr . John P . Krick , of Ida county , Iowa , writes as follows : I have a piece of timothy that has been seeded for about six years . I wish to use it for permanent pasture next year , but would like more grass on it . What is best to sow , and when ? I expect to cut the timothy for hay this year . I also wish to seed twenty acres to clover this spring with wheat for a nurse crop . How long ought I to let it lie before I break it up again to get the best results ? I would like to seed twenty acres every spring and break up twenty every fall . Please advise me how to manage . Will hogs and cattle do all right in the same pasture , or had they better be in separate pastures ? See the mixture recommended in this issue of the Farmer for permanent pasture , omitting the timothy , as soon as the ground is fit to work , and harrow with a smoothing harrow . If you sow clover in 1898 , mow or take a seed crop in 1899 , plow up that fall , and plant to corn in the spring of...

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Feeding and Shipping Cattle . of Livermore [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

Feeding and Shipping Cattle . of Livermore Mr . L . J . Trauger , , Iowa , read a good paper on feeding and shipping cattle at the Humboldt institute . Among other things , he said : Great care should be taken in getting them properly started . Steers should be gradually put on feed and at least one month should elapse before being put on full feed . He fed no more than they would eat dally . If there was any corn left he always shoveled it out to the hogs and always put in fresh . He kept common barrel salt by them all the time and had water handy in tanks near them . Mr . Traugers methods of preparing cattle for shipping were well set forth . Instead of increasing feed just before starting for the stock yard , he gave his cattle less than usual . He avoided scouring at all times , but thought that a great many scour because of heavy feeding when shipping . Mr . Trauger said he had shipped cattle with a loss of only twenty pounds per head , when it often happens that 120 pounds are...

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Hog Tight Fences . in [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

Hog Tight Fences . in Iowa is now reaching a point agricultural development when it is important to have as many fields as possible hog tight , horse high , and bull strong . The more extensively we engage m growing sheep and in feeding cattle , the more important this becomes . We shall never get down to really first-class , scientific up-to-date farming until every field on the farm is properly fenced . It is possible to make a fence of this kind with barbed wire on level ground , but no matter how well it may be constructed , it will never give the satisfaction that the woven wire fences give , and hence it is not strange that woven wire is coming into use among all farmers who are able to use it We find it necessary in our own operations to have more of our own fields fenced in this way , and we shall not feel that we are really fanning up-to-date until every field is so completely fenced that we can turn every kind of stock into it , large or small , with the assurance that the...

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The Lenox Gas Engine , [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

The Lenox Gas Engine , We are glad to note that our old friends . The Lennox Manufacturing Co ., of Marshalltown . Iowa , Is nutting on the market a gas engine , which Is Illustrated herewith . This firm Is very well and favorably known to the reiders of Wallaces Farmer , as they have been patrons of its advertising columns practically ever since the paper has been under Its present management . Their gas engine is operated either by gasoline , or by natural gas , and is constructed in a very durable and substantial manner , and Is very simple . It con be easily understood by any one on the farm . Descriptive circular and price will be sent , free of charge , to any reader of Wallaces Farmer who writes for them , SUMMER IN THREE DATS . If you take advantage of the splendid California service afforded by the Chicago Great Western Railway ( Maple Leaf Route ) . If you want details , write , telephone or call on W . H . Long . City Passenger and Ticket Agent , Fifth and Walnut streets ...

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Klondike in Montana . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

Klondike in Montana . Plains , Montana , Is located In a beautiful valley ou the main line of the Northern Pacific railroad , about midway between Helena and Spokane . The plains are exceedingly attractive watered by the Clarks Fork river and several creeks , and of Its fertile soil over 10 , 000 acres are now under cultivation , producing the higher grades of hay , grain , fruit and vegetables , wood for fuel is abundant , lumber cheap , the climate is superb . Situated two miles from the village of Plains Is Clover Hill stock form , containing 980 acres , deeded land , under fence , comprising pasture and meadow lands , on which are three hay sheds with capacity of 350 tons ; born room for 100 head of cattle ; good dwelling , an excellent system of Irrigating ditches , with perfect water rights guaranteed , together with 100 head pure-bred and high grade Short-horn cattle , two span horses , wagons , mowers , rakes and household goods , $ 12 , 500 takes everything on the following...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

CLOVER SEED . Timothy , and all kinds of grass seeds . Prices are very low now . Ask for our descriptive list and special prices if yon desire a large lot . Iowa Seed Co ., Des Moines , la . SELECTED SEED CORN . We never had finer stocks of seed corn and prices are reasonable . This is a good year to rhangeyour seed when wehave the best to select from . Dont wait for a bad year when good corn is hard to find , aad price high . We nave the Pride of the North , Leaning , Legal Tender , Champion , White Pearl and others . Catalogue sent free ; it tells all abont them . We make spscial prices on several bushels . De Livingstons Seed Store , \ %£ - O QQfip We Grow Farm Seeds OBBUuWe Brow tie Best We are selling choice testad Farm and Garden Seeds at Wbelesale Prieea te Farmers . We are large growers of DflTATHE _! and are selling good , pure seed rUIJIIUCOtrom 50 c to $ 1 . 25 per bn . Mammoth White Side Oats » o perbu . Mansury Barley 48 c par bu . Suooeii Beardless Barley 70 o per bu ....

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

_ » IHI- ^» IHI ^ NH » NM rll * - ^_ . Please Remember § A That Ihe S 0 c-rate In clubs of five still k ¥ holds good . That is , when five or f { more snbscriptiens , either new or re- * newals , are sent at one time , they are S 2 accepted at SO cents each—lust half 2 the regular price . 1 Those who have already sent In I • club , at the above rates can add sin- T gle subscriptions at any time at the 8 2 same rate . • sW < t » a _» mi __^ mi __ M || M - ^ - > M »^

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

A FTBST QUALITY IN V 1 ALL LIMES L l Fairbanks \ [ i Standard ] Scales ... j 4 FAIRBANKS-MORSE f 4 Gasoline Engines ? % Statlsnary er Portable . W 4 ECLIPSE ( Wool Wheel ) f 4 FAIRBANKS ( Steel Wheel ) k WINDMILLS , 1 TANKS , PUMPS , PIPE , I VALVES , ETC . f 4 4 Fairbanks , Morse & Co ., ? A Chicago Indianapolis __ , 1 St Paul Lonlsvlfie f A Minneapolis St Cincinnati k Louis Cleveland V ^ A Kansas City Sao Francisco W Denver Lo * Anceles W A ^ Omaha Portlano , Ore . k CLOVER SEED ! Largest growers of Grass snd Clover Seeds , in America . SHOO acres . Our Grass Mixtures last , a lifetime . Meadows sown in April will give a touring crop in July . Prices dirt cheap . _ usmmoth catalogue and 11 pkgs . Gnus and Grains > bee for bat 10 c portage . Catalogue alone 6 c . i JMI a . MUM IEEO ee ., u crms , « h . iMWWWffWWWWWWWWWWWWWWHHWH *

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Shall Lands be Taxed at 33 Per Cent of Their Value ? [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

Shall Lands be Taxed at 33 Per Cent of Their Value ? In a morning paper of March 3 d ap- ¦ peared the statement , In substance , that the Ways and Means Committee of the Senate had held a meeting relative to the basis ot assessment of property lor taxation . A number ot the members feared that the basis now provided by the new code—26 per cent of the cash value—would result in a great reduction ol revenue . Twelve of the members were present , all made speeches , and nine of the twelve favored raising the basis to thirty-three and one-third per cent , which is an increase of thirty-three and one-third per cent on the levy provided for in the present law . Keports received by the Senate Committee from thirty-two counties of the state show that the assessments under the new law are very unsatisfactory , hence the desire on the part of nine out of the twelve to increase the valuation . On the 7 th inst Senator Lewis , of Poweshiek , without waiting for the Committee of Ways and Means ,...

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A B attar Way . JD ?____& [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

A B attar Way . JD ?____& A subscriber from Sexton , Iowa , commenting upon the action of the Iowa Legislature with reference to the anti-pooling resolution , suggests that we get out our pooling articles on single sheets each week and have them posted in a conspicuous place in every post office in the state that the farmers may be advised . This is worth thinking over , but at first blush we are inclined to think a better way would be for every farmer who was interested enough to post up such sheets to take the paper itself , go out among his neighbors , and send in a club at our lowest club rates , fifty cents for clubs of five or more . This would insure the reading not merely of these articles , but would place within reach reliable and timely information every week in the year and make them better farmers and better men . Who will act on this suggestion ?

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

Legal Tender seed corn $ 1 . S 0 for two bu ., sacks free . Poland-China gilts bred to B . s Klever Model . Ar . Tuun BBS-JIBE , Missouri Valley , la . Seed Corn—Silver Mine , Yellow Rose , tests 100 percent . Samples 8 c . R . N . Thomas , NorwichJa Seed Corn—Sliver Mine and fonr other varieties 75 e to $ 100 per bu . 10 W . P . Book cockerels II each . O , W . BEOWNINO , Newton , Iowa . SEED POTATOES—Early Ohio 75 o per bn ., Rural New Yorker 6 Cc per bu . F . O . B . H . HOGHNDOBN , Colfax , Iowa .

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An Important Correction . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

An Important Correction . In our issue of March 4 th , a very serious mistake occurred in connection with the grass seed mixture recommended in the article entitled Grass Seed Per Acre . It was written as follows : Mammoth clover 4 pounds . Common red 4 pounds . Blue grass 4 pounds . Timothy 8 pounds . White clover 1 pound . But by an error in correcting proof , it appeared as follows : Mammoth clover 4 pounds . Common red . 4 pounds . Blue grass 4 pounds . Timothy 4 pounds . White clover 4 pounds . There is no use in sowing over one pound of white clover to the acre , nor should less than eight pounds of timothy be sown . We call especial attention to this , as a mistake of this kind would be serious . The editor has been absent much of the time this winter and has not , therefore , been able to read the proof of his own articles . This accounts for a number of minor mistakes , but this is the only one that involves any serious error .

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A Simple and Handy Gate . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

A Simple and Handy Gate . A good gate , easily made by any one , is put up in the following manner : For a 12-foot gate take 1 % inch gas pipe 20 feet long , drill as many V _ inch holes at each end of the pipe as you wish wires on the gate , then heat pipe and bend four feet from ends , as shown in the accompanying figure , and make two braces of wagon tires , and put on with rivets . Swing the gate with clamp at top , and an L shape piece at bottom . It is light and durable , and may be fastened according to wishes .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

CHOICE SEED OATS . Hew Zeala _ 4 .-Alimy Jdelder f flne large grain , a very long head ^ ; a stiff strong straw which prevents lodging . Almost entirely mat P UncaIa . —A productive sortof vlgorousgrowth . Stools immensely—one grain often producing its to 50 heads . Very early and rapidly , becoming popular . It will pay to get a few bushels of these oats and grow seed from them for next season . Sendfqrprices . _____ - LIVINGSTONS SEED STORE , Des Moines , la . TWO CLYDESDALE STALLIONB For sale . One , Baron MoMaster 8 OT ( VoL 4 A . C . 8 . B . ) , a dark bay , eleven years old . The other Sandy McHewsle 8818 ( Vol . ») . dark bay , S years old . Both are from . Impprteddams . For partloulara write A . Crawford , Lone Tree , Ia . THE ENQLISH SHIRE STALLION . Hlmton Merry Boy ( Nos . 29 TO , 7165 ) for sale or exShinge , JMO . LABSOM , Bx . 183 . FaMMM , U

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Millet Hay for Milch Cows . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

Millet Hay for Milch Cows . Among the most economical winter coarse feeds for dairy stock can be mentioned corn , barnyard millet , hay and soja beans . Millet is a hot weather plant and grows very fast in warm , moist soil . It may be sown at any time between June 1 st and July 15 th , and should be cut just before it begins to head , as the seeds are liable to produce disease among the stock . It is well to allow it to lie in swath one day , then rake and cock up in fair sized piles and allow it to sweat for three or . four days , when it is again opened to the air on a pleasant day , before being stacked . Millet is certainly , declares one of our correspondents , an excellent feed for cows and poultry . It seems , however , that it should not replace too large grain rations , and the ration of one-fifth the amount of corn fodder will be most likely to result In the best milking advantage .

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

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A Righteous Rent . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

A Righteous Rent . ToW ____ e __ F-B __» i I will give your readers my Idea how to come at a way to fix what would be a fair and righteous rent for tenant farmers to pay , and in order to do this I shall have to deal with three or more classes of people . Class No . 1 is persons of money or capital wishing to invest in farm lands and farm property . In buying farm lands or farm property you should not want more than six per cent interest on the money so invested . If the land cost $ 25 per acre the rent would be $ 1 . 50 . If the land cost $ 30 per acre the rent would be $ 1 . 80 . The price at which the land is bought would be a very good basis upon which to calculate what would be a fair rent If you buy farm property without a comfortable house for the tenant to live in The Rniey Returns ) , Manufactured by the Honey Returner Co ., Independence , tnva . and little or no shelter for his stock . the land having wet ponds and sloughs , by all means build him a comfortable house and s...

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