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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

1 ifl U . Ill flnV . MI 11 J , llWlllVUVVIkVX II HOnicSee /\« M /\ nA /\ K fr crS Ae * » 0 Are _ alongthe - _ , losating > Many - _ a . in hundreds PATn the rich , & Dronra country of landseekers lUrtTO ha Eastern -D have . Minnesota Wh bought / dont thousands of acres in the past three months , and the rush is still on . Have you looked this chance upt Others have ; it will pay you . What is the cause of this great settlers movement ! Bich land for sale at $ 3 . 00 to $ 6 . 00 perlacre on long time . A country of ample rain-fall , no withering drouths . Large and certain crops of grains , grasses and vegetables . Yon should see them to understand how excellent they _ ire . ,, . .... .... Fanners Will Receive $ 1 , 000 , 000 ^^ ftLSttSSg road ESS , 908 & Globe Mie Bldg ., St . . Paul W , Minn ^ trcftKU . Mention War . ! AOSS ^ FABKBB when writing . Glioap Farming Lands ! IN CENTRAL MINNESOTA . A LarKe amount of Desirable Farming Lands , near to lea...

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Oats and Clover on Oats Stub -ble . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

Oats and Clover on Oats Stubble . 10 Wti . Ti-Hias * Tuaamt I want to say a word about your advice in the Farmer of February 25 th to Subscriber who has about twenty acres of oats stubble which he wanted to get into clover this spring . Tou advised him to plow the ground and sow to oats and sow clover with the oats . If subscriber can raise a good crop of oats on oats stubble , spring plowed , he can do more than I ever could , or has a different soil than we have in this part of Iowa . I have tried It on oats stubble fall plowed , which I would consider better than spring plowing , and did not get more than fifteen bushels to the acre . If it should be a dry spring his oats wouldnt grow tall enough to cut and bind . Three bushels of oats to the acre is too thick to sow clover or timothy with ; It shades the ground and smothers the grass . Two bushels is thick enough . I would advise Subscriber to disk his oats stubble about the 15 th or 20 th of April and sow his clover and timothy...

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Ringworm in Calves . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

Ringworm in Calves . TO WALLACES fASMMBl Mr . A . B . Sayre , of Warren county , Iowa , writes : I would be pleased if you would tell me through the columns of your paper what Is the trouble with one of my calves . The hair has disappeared from around his eyes and on the nose , and also in spots on the sides . These places are scaly and appear to itch . The calf has been fed very strong on oats , some wheat and oil meal . He eats hearty but does not thrive as he did . The calf described above is affected by what is known as ringworm . The diseased spots occour as the result of a fungus which grows on the surface of the skin . This is a frequent affectation of calves at this season of the year , but it seldom causes nnthrif tiness or gives rise to much trouble . The disease entirely disappears when the coat is shed in the spring , but may be cured at any time by the application of tincr ture of iodine , sulphur ointment , or any good fumicide . It Is advisable in some instances to fi...

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Horse Catarrh . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

Horse Catarrh . TO W-tLAOB- F _ B ___ U One of your readers from Webster county , Iowa , writes as follows : I have a horse which has been sick since July . He is troubled with a cough and his head seems all choked up , which some times breaks and he then has running of the nostrils . When he breathes it jerks his entire body and he can be heard for quite a distance . He eats , and otherwise seems well . I would like to have you tell me what the disease is and if it can be cured . In reply to the above will say that the horse has a catarrhal trouble which probably involves the sinuses or cavities of the head . The treatment is surgical and the horse should be taken to the nearest competent veterinary surgeon for the necessary operation . Many of these cases are curable but others remain uncured . W . B . NILBS . Iowa Agricultural College .

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Agricultural > Exports . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

Agricultural > Exports . The report of the bureau of statistics for 1897 , now completed , shows that 67 . 63 per cent of the exports of the United States for the year 1897 were purely agricultural , an increase of some $ 65 , 000 , 000 in value , notwithstanding the low prices , over those of last year . This is much lower than previous years , and it furnishes proof of what we have been telling our readers for two or three years past that hereafter manufactured products must contribute much more to our export balances than they have done in the earlier years of the country . The exports of live cattle amounted to about $ 47 , 000 , 000 , an increase of $ 4 , 000 , 000 over the previous year . We sent abroad last year over 45 , 000 horses and about 219 , 000 sheep . This is but a small fraction of what we are likely to export in the future . There is a large falling off in the exports of canned , salted and pickled beef , and a large increase in bacon , hams , lard , but...

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An Iowa "' Poor Richard . " [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

An Iowa Poor Richard . The following appreciative review of Uncle Henry s Letters to the Farm Boy appeared in the Gate City , of Keokuk , Iowa , under the above heading : He who would give advice to growing boys , and verbally train them In the things that make for mortality , ethics and right living , has set for himself a thankless task , and one . too often , uncrowned with success . The extreme of pleasure for a boy is not to hear his elders dilate on their virtues , or expatiate on the changing times and customes . The boy wants wants to grow , to see life , to find out things for himself . But he can be Influenced , not by advice , not by written precepts and printed catechisms , but by counsel , suggestions , the quiet talk of a friendly equal , not a superior who would rather command than censure . With this always In mind and the knowledge that though a man In vears . still a boy at heart , Mr . Henry Wallace , editor of Wallaces Farmer , and one of Iowa s big . brainy , br...

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

CHOICE SEED WHEAT . VELVET XHAFF BLUE STEM . A big yielder , a sure cropper , and is thoroughly acclimated . Dont risk untried lands , but buy the Velvet Chaff and get a sure thing . Bu ., $ 1 . 80 : 10 bn ., $ 125 per bushel . bags included . Send and get our 1893 catalogue of Field , Garden and Flower Seeds . Its free , Mention W-X-LAOEB FA ____ B when writing . Pe Livingston s Seed Store , \ , B 5 tn - EXTRA CBOICE CLOVER SEED At $ 8 . 50 per bushel ; timothy $ 1 . 25 per bushel ; Stoll s Evergreen swest corn $ 150 per bushel ; Country Gentleman or Shoe Peg $ 1 . 50 per oushel . All choice and new . T . J . KEttLEY . Ames , la . People . which is full of sentencee like this : The common people will hear any man gladly who can at once teach the truth and live it . I had rather plead a Just cause before the plain , common people than before any court in Christendom , however learned . The man who wrote that must have been a farm boy .

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

^ BmmimiX ^ fS ¦ VMWVW The largest complete Use of farm machinery manufactured byany single concern In the world ; I | > fli llembraces Oaborno Spring-Tooth Harrowa , Combination Harrow arr , * £ Adjustable Poo-Tooth Harrows , Sulky PSB-TSSI ^ / > Columbia Flexible « RereraBdo Dime Harrow , * to ** atf ° Hi E * rroma ? H ! Zr , 1 m I Columbia Incllnod Corn Harreater « Binder , Atf-STogf rodder * , A \ Oolumbln Mowora , ( t 2-horaoi , A -aeolSelf DumpBakmt , 1 Columbia Brain Harvester * and Binder , Mi-Steel Hand Dump Balam , f A f Columbia Reaper , Mo . 8 Reaper , Horao Hoo Cultivator * , ate . J J Every machine Is fully rnimmtea and Is the best ot Its class that can ¦ be produced wltn good material , complete equipment , superior skill and long e \ porlence . m £ \ The Cut here shown v ££ ?& : x- | f ^ X , 1 tathatof our Ombotm * Spring-Tooth Harrow . I « g » t _ Wbeforo / / Examine the cut Youwillseethatbyaidof thdrcgulat- I W 90 K ** ., I vovblfV...

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

PENC ^ rz ^ N ^ IO ^ CoS ^ nr ^^ OO ¦ SO IN . FARM FENCE COSTS IS TO IS . ¦ IP V 6 U MAKE IT WITH OUR STEEL FRAME ¦ BAIL BEARING DUPLEX MACMIN * I MTSELMAN BROSa *»**> ejtTALOG r » U MDOEVttLE . WMD .. Most Useful Inventions within five years even , have been Improved until the lnveniorhlniselff would scarcely recount ce them . Pane Fence began so near riRbt that after twelve years its competitors ore content to imitate as closely as they dare . PAGE WOVEN WISE FENCE CO ., Adrian , Mich . rHiiiinniii-iiii 11 1 ¦ nimiinfm- iif mtl , tw ——- x & it SAW IjM * WOOD ? 5 fj ^ ii-I-SSr 1 ( 7 / with the beet _ nachfa _ e _ T ¦ £ * 3 ^ w / save tune and strenStb . The I Electric Jg » SMALLEY SAWS S enable one man to do the work two conld do in H the oldwor . Our « l Electric ond feclf -Feeri Circular Drag Saws Baws i IN ^ 3 Battle II ^ vE arB by 1 aT the be 8 t Benera 5 Creek JI U 7 KP 7 purpose ^ snn Saws ever 3 Drag A | U _ s _ j % i 7 J 5 made . Send for Descrip3 Saw...

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Hearts and Homes . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

Hearts and Homes . This department is conducted by Mrs . Henry Wallace , Des Moines , Iowa , who invitee oontrt buttons from all of its readers . Let us Hear Your Opinion . I would like to hear from the Daughters of Ceres . What they desire in regard to Joining the Federation of Womens Clubs , and sending a delegate , if we join , to Denver , at the coming meeting in May . Mrs . Helen Chamberlain , what do you say ? Let each Chapter , also the members , throughout the state feel free to give their opinion . A meeting of this kind is a good place to study and learn many things . The fee for joining the Federation is ? 2 , which might be paid out of the treasury if so desired , and we would then be entitled to two delegates and alternates . Communications . We are greatly delighted with the many excellent communications to Heatrs and Homes from both gentlemen and ladies . This department is fast becoming what we desired it should be in many respects ; a place where young and old come ...

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a A Chapter on Bed Bugs . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

a A Chapter on Bed Bugs . To HEARTS AND HOMES Rats , mice , and mosquitoes can be endured because we have some defense in traps , poison , and screens . A bedbug is something that neither slumbers nor sleeps . They are so flat they can go through any crack , and their teeth are so sharp that they can draw blood from the old or young . We once moved into a house for a few months where there were a bushel of these abominable bugs . We set the bed in the middle of the sitting-room , then smudged the house With two pounds of insect powder . The next morning the floors looked as if they had been sown to linx seed . There is not much excuse for having bedbugs where a family lives in the same house all the time . If a few are brought in , as some times they will be , they can be got out in a hurry if they do not get further than the bedstead . Pull down the bed every three days and use varnish thinned with turpentine . W . L . C . Kearney , Nebraska .

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Training the Baby . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

Training the Baby . To HEABTS AND HOHBS In answer to Mrs . C . T . Jaqua , I would . say that I have three children , aged three , five , and seven , that have never kept us awake at night and I have not missed going to church since the first was born , when the weather was fit to go out , and they have not made any fuss a dozen times all put together , for the reason which Mr . Camp gives , that I have never made myself a slave for them . I simply attend to their wants and let them alone . It does not take them long to find out that it is no use to fuss . I honestly think that most babies are spoiled before they are a month old . MRS . H . JENKIN . Cherokee County , Iowa .

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For-Cuban Relief . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

For-Cuban Relief . Persuant to a Cuban relief proclamattun of the governor , L . M . Shaw , and upon his request , the following named gentlemen met at the Commercial Exchange rooms . Wednesday , end organized by the election of Hon . W . L . Carpenter as chairman , Milo Word secretary . « na V . P . Twombly treasurer : W . I . Carpenter , James Watt , H . T . HuBbel ) , George S . Perry , Jos . P . McGnrraugh , Milo Waid and V . P . Twombly . Newspapers throughout the state are requested to publish the action of this committee , together with the proclamation of the KOVemor , and urge upon the people of the state to take up the suggestion as promptly as possible . All contributions of money mav be made to V . F . Twombly . treasurer , at the Home Savings bank , Des Moines . Iowa , and all clothing nnd provisions should be shipped to George S . Ferrv . Des Moines . Iowa . Address all shipping bills to him , at 665 West Fourteenth street . Attention is called to the following cablecr...

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

HeWS . TH-8 ? We oSer $ 100 reward for any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure . F . J . CHENEY A HO ., Props .. Toledo , O . W » , the undersigned , have known F . J . Cheney for the last fifteen years , and believe him perfectly hoaorablein ell business traasactions , and flnsucial y able to carry ont any obligation made by their firm . WEST & TEAUI , Wholnsle Druggists , Toledo , O . WAI , DI _ KO , KUWAIT < fc MAEVIN , Wholesale Drogsdsts . Toledo , O . Hall s Catarrh Curs is taken internally , acting directly upon the blood and mucus surfaces of the system . Price 75 o per bottle . Sold by all druggists . Testimonials free . Hall s family Pills are the best . The Iowa Agricultural College . A short Course for practical butter rankers will begin January 24 th and continue 4 weeks . The regular 16 weeks , 1 year , 2 years , and I years coarse , begin February 22 nd . Courses in agriculture , horticulture , and animal husbandry also be...

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

* ^ AAJt-AAAAAAA ^ AAAAAA ***** ^* yTTTTfTfTftTTTTTTTyTTTTTTJ i Two Bargains . 2 I No . 1 . X I Wallaces Fanner , ] All Z I Weekly Inter OMan , £ $ ? Weakly Rtdster . OflC 4 T WomanHome Companion , fYaar Z X Western Garden and Poul- 15 * __ I ? try Journal , ] $ ___ . ____ • T T ST-The first three named will be sent T X for $ 1 . 70 . Z I ¦¦ No . 2 . X X Wallaces Farmer , ] All i X weekly I ter-Ocean . ** X ? Twfce-A Week Mews . IMC t * Tonb Blade , YflJir ? WeiW ___ C _ rtenandPo . il- iVlA 1 try Journal , j $ Z ^ . UU . I For other combinations see clubbing X list . Z WALLACES FARMER , « Dea Molaas , Iowa . X i NO . 9 ^ HEELER fflLSON -The only ball-Boar-Ins Sowing 8 Miaohirie imado , tgents wanted . Write for Circulars . Address , WHEELER & WILSON MF 6 . CO .. 8 Q A 82 Wabash Ave .. Chicago . Mo HIGHEST GRADE terms SEWING-MACHINE ________^^ s = ^___» _ TR fin on emty and conditions . _\ WB &_ V % lj } yO , \)\) Helill ) . atip 4 « . OOeverywht _ ie . For M...

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

STOP THAT MJLMn f FJ _\ nr ^ TtWjnm tKmwm The shepherds profit often leaks UMFlllUPffil away through the Invisible Chan- ^^ BlMvllHM ¦ nel of Lice , Ticks , Itch , Scab MRU || iljiji < and other Insect or parasite pest 8 ^* J | IEM ^^ B without his knowing what Is wrong . Tml ^^^ m THE REMEDY— bat which will stop the leak and turn the tide toward ^^^^^ H ^^^^^| ?™ ZENOLEUM ... ^ R thm Hon-Pofmonoum Oarm for aU ^ H these ills and other * . Can be used hot or ^ H cold . Does not Stain the Fle «« . M Itlflcheap—1 gallon makes lOOgnitoaa . we 1 , e , ^ M _ B _ S * - « R 5 cUefeMffiUoSSa ^ XENXF . B-BAmOXD w _ ^ M MUSriTFBCTAXT CO ., ^^ mm ^^ M 39 Atacater St ., ~^^^ MtttroU , Mich . ^ Bfci ^^^^^ B MmPotato dSl Wm ^ Points W A mW * 1 We f-hall introduce the this year new forlH Vjy ^ UH the lln-t time wonderful EjSI MH [ Mortgage i Uftmr » y > uu for Potato trylnIK * \ M ^ V ^ I aiidpro ] K > ve to ? ^^ HT ¦ j ^ KJ itl > y pi y lnff ca . m prize...

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Our Waaklv Market Letter . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

Our Waaklv Market Letter . Chicago . March 8 . —Wheat waa nervous yesterday , acd , with the exception of a Uttle splurge early In the session , the general tendency was to lower values , the final dose showing a . loss of lo In May and % o in July , aa compared with the closa Saturday . May touched fLMU at one time early in the day and July sold at 90 % c . which was higher for both than the close Saturday , but there was a later slump to tLWA for May and 90 c for July , followed by some recovery , though July eventually closed at 90 | 4 c and May at $ 1 . 04 % . The volume of trade wae light and the speculation continues chiefly in July . Corn was weak , in sympathy with wheat , and closed withMay fully % c lower than the day before , while oats held steady and closed only tto lower . Hog products were decidedly weak , and aU showed a marked decline at the close . The buying spurt early , which carried prices to the top price of the day , did not last long , and the news soon turn...

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