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Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898
t FIVE COWS WILL DO . $ X - —eetT ^ Bm ^— - Jf 2 &gt; TTRE 8 ay , n _ The man wb 0 milks ten cows cannot afford to do A T # T without a Baby * separator , is now generally conceded to £ ? \ m absolutely true . In other words , the man who milks ten Y m- cows will ^ save enough butter fat in a very short time to more than * j L , pay for the separator , saying nothing about the superiority of the a * X milk , when fed to the calves warm from the separator . £ y But this question was put to us last week at the great Dairy y &lt;¦&gt; Convention at Topoka , Kansas : Suppose a man has only five &lt;• Zcows in milk all the time ; will it pay HIM to buy a Baby sepa- Ja &gt; X arator ? To this we answered Yes . I i IF YOU WILL SEND US YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS £ • F AND MENTION WALLACES FARMER , T jL WE WILL TELL YOU # ... WHY ... # f De Laval Separator Co ^^ gSJ ^ -f ^ nafflJ ^ KiS : J J OUR NEW OUTFIT FOR THE DAIRY FARMER . THE UNITED STATES SEPARATOR ...
FIELD NOTES * . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898
FIELD NOTES * . For particulars concerning Hammonds free seed distribution see the advertisement on pace 13 . Notice the prices on trees quoted by Stahbra &amp; Brown , Humboldt , Iowa , in their advertisement on page 16 . Attention is called to the advertisement of Fairbanks , Morse &amp; Co ., Chicago , 111 ., which appears on another page of this Issue . The catalogues of the Angus sale , to be held at Oelweln , Iowa , March 24 th , by Berry Lucas , are now ready to be sent out . Write for one . 8 . F . Leonard , Station D ., Chicago . III ., who advertises seeds in this Issue will send his catalogue free to readers of Wallaces * Farmer . Write to Chas . Escher &amp; Son , Botna , Iowa , for the catalogue of their great Angus sale to be held March 23 . Mention Wallaces Farmer when writing . The Harvard Nursery * Harvard , HI ., quotes very low prices in their advertisement on page 16 . When writing this company , mention Wallaces Farmer . Notice the low pr...
DATES CLAIMED FOR LIVESTOCK ffALffffr [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898
DATES CLAIMED FOR LIVESTOCK ffALffffr FOX-AHD-eHlNA-L March 0 , W . A . JOOML Van Meter . Iowa . Btpt . St OBrtMi Bros .. Wankon . Iowa . OSTCJL M . Caldwell * Bon , New Holland , Oct . 17 . EL M . Motsgor . Fairfield . Iowa . Jaa , U &gt; UM . J . R . Sham TaylorviUe , Hi . ; aa _ W , UN . JL M . Caldwell A Son , Bpring Mi Ok ¦ UO-U-HO-Uffc Hank 11 R . A Owens , Williamsburg , Iowa . March t * . F . A . Edward * . Webster City , Iowa , March SL I * . Brodsky , Plvoer , Iowa . April f . A . Cooley A Sons , Osceola . Iowa . Ajcutt . a a ] §&amp; 2 S &amp; J £ K $ S 2 * k * lomBm lUrch II . GadfftU * Simpson and Jas . A . YtatiL TTIT—^ T City , Mo * Apr-Ill . T . F . B . Sotham , CllUootho , Mo . April U . Boott * March , Bsltoa , Mo . ABERDEEN ANGUB CATTLE . March U . Cham . Esobsr * Bon , Botna , Iowa . March M . Berry Laca * Oelweln . Iowa . Mareh M . M . A . Martin . Wall ____** Iowa . Afrtl T . W . 8 . yimig-nn , Clarinda , Iowa . SHORT-HORN CATTLE AND ENG...
Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898
SHORT-HORN DISPERSION SALE We will Close Out Ihe Entire Southvlew Herd et Osceola , la ., Wednesday , April 6 THIRTY-TWOiCOWS AND . HEIFERS . r . EIGHT , BULLS _ ^ out reserve . It represents years of careful selection and breeding , and includes cattle that we would not part with at . all , if we-continued in business . Among the families represented are WATERLOGS , NONPAREILS , LADY CAROLINES , BOSE OF SHABONS , ROSEMABYS , CARNATIONS , IANTHES , and other standard sorts . , Jfc _______ FuU Particulars Next Week . __^ tfL SEND FOR CATALOGUE , NOW READY . A . Cooley &amp; Sons , OSCEOLA , IOWA . . r 2 CT - ^^ 1 V ^_^* 1 *&lt;»_ ^ B * V- . FR 0 M . 50 . T 0100 STALLIONS TO RENT . r , PcrchoroiiB , Belgians , SlilreB , Cly *« _ , _^&lt; A ^ ^ ^^ ^^ Germo-i , Freucfi , Yorkslilre , __ P »« i ____ r horses ** £ &gt; 21001 Onrbd * iatt , hoinaaraoiiihoitlecii WdghiaOOto ^^ ^^ 0 fff ^ WW * ^^^ Bj ^^^ mfflfKragSfeSBa Coach txtra quality , large , bnt ^ not ...
Trees Gnawed by Mice and Rabbits . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898
Trees Gnawed by Mice and Rabbits . My attention is particularly called to this subject in its relation to the public by an Illinois correspondent of another agricultural paper , wherein the writer described his process of putting in several cions to bridge over mouse-barked rings at the base of his young apple trees , then plastering thickly over that portion with fresh cow manure and tying up with coarse sacking , thus saving his trees . A very serious loss from depredations of mice and rabbits occurs every winter throughout nearly the whole upper Mississippi Valley . So general is it that Eternal vigilance is the price of fruit trees seems quite clearly recognized . Both the festive rabbit and the bob-tailed field mouse are very much in evidence in this section of Iowa ( Iowa county ) , and do much damage to trees , THE MOST WONDERFUL GREENHOUSE IN THE WORLD if not carefully looked after , and especially during deep snows such as we have had this winter , and I have the past week ...
Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898
THAT WINTER COLD . HOW TO PREVENT ITS RESULTS FROM BECOMING PAINFUL , DISASTROUS , AND FREQUENTLY FATAL . An Instructive Lecture That Every lowan WW Appreciate Durlni This Season of the Year , When Spring Is opening . We have before pointed ont tho danger * of have ended it , of courts . Bat the bad cold winter . Some of these are : didnt leave me . My nose had become . topped OVERHEAD ) BOOMS , ®&amp;&amp; 5 ^ J ?^&amp;^ tt £ &amp; $ f || fcLOTHING . &amp; E ££ S ?_ M _ £ ^^ Sv _ n _ TT __ n ? After a few months , the catarrh began to sSnT 2 . 7 _ M ? r &gt; C pm no . „_ i _&lt; m branch ont , as it were . -It began to extend . §?™ 1 NG ^ m T &amp; 0 H STTrw ^ lmn HEAVY WFWY There was a steady drip ot offensive catarrhal d ? , ™ ° ° voice mattor from behffil harsh the palate , a * though the T _ . r _ . &gt; . _ . _ ,-, _ . „„ t „„ . t ,. „_ 4 __ flmf into membrane become or lining of the throat husky at that ....
The Hog . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898
The Hog . Contributions on subjects connected with prine management are cordially invited . Floor for Hog House . ____ - - JO f 7 ^ IXACSB TAB-OBI In looking over the Farmer of February 18 th , I saw Mr . Rininger s inoniry in regard to a hog house or , rather , in regard to the floor ; of what it should he constructed , brick or Blank ; and if it should be an elevated floor or one on the ground , composed of brick or tile . I will endeavor to rive my ideas in regard to it , and he iay take them for what they are worth . In the flrst place , I would never build a hog house with the floor close to the ground , first , because , as Mr Rinlnger states , the rats will work under it , throw up great heaps of earth against the floor , and the dampness from the hog house and the earth combined will most assuredly rot it out in a short time , besides making an excellent harbor for rats . Sec 6 nd , pure air and plenty of it is surely more desirable to the hog , as well as to man , than damp...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898
FOB SALE from oJOAK TERRACE HERD . f Is Fall Yearling Sosrefcy MffiBT ^ HADrjhr bred to OAK TBBBAOK and CHIKF . K SS 33 s by Bmeby ^ Hadley O ^ Tjrrag 3 hief bred to above boars . 10 fallpoaraWtJ !? Terrace Chief and out ol tasldonsibly teediMgj . Fwo extra choice plgs in this lotAlso one fall yearling boar by Happy Union . ^ WUI also aaU took out Jr . Stock shipped snMeet to ap . proval . Mention WAL-Aoss FABMBB . O . H . SMEBX Jr . WaterTOle . Iowa . Happy Union Herd of Poland-Chinas . • MFlS ¦ dr 0 Sto &amp; jlL ^ OHIEP E ^ % ^ Oie 7 by JSSf Chief « TeeumMh 5 S 5 £ 3 S ? t &lt; fe &gt; K HEfiH Aby LookOuM . for sale . These sows are bred to HAPPT UNION SO ( a great ¦» of Happy ^ tonl . BHIEP 4 TH and SELDOM SEEN . See mod and top bred boars . Write for deS 3 Stf £ ? ind Sriies , and I wiU « irprise you . W . fA . McAllister . Jefferson , low * . Ksatt-a *« ¦ ** F » aMr ,, — * * DUROC-fERSEYS , DUBOC-JEBSEY Gilts bred to . farrow In April and flrst half of ...
Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898
Horse Owners ! Use jH^Caustic OOSKBATJZ . TSC ^^ L i / f J ^ Balsam Hp ] s 3-i 9 __ 9 ^ _ Sift Spttij aal FulUn Cart The Safest . Bert BLISTER overused . Take * he place of all liniments for mud or severe action , temoves aU Bunches or niemlshes from Hmg nd Cattle . SUPERSEDES ALL CAUTERY )_? FIRING- ImpottiBU to produce tear or blemiah . Every bottle sold is warranted to give satisfaction Tice SI . SO per bottle . Sold by drug / Hsu , or ent by eipreaBTcharBe * paid , with full directions or its use . Bend for descriptive circulars . HB _ . AWBENC 3 frWnJjAM 3 j 31 aineietoBl- &amp; tie makes one gallon of lotion . THE ABGUS REMEDY Co ., DECATTJB , M . Gentlemen : During the year 1893 we handled and sold 23 £ 61 head of horses , and tried various medicines on our sick ones , but we have never found anything equal to your Feverlne . During the year 1891 we sold 23 , 401 horses and only lost 8 through sickness . Your remedy during that year we used exclusively . Send us six m...
Page 21 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898
CHESTER WHITES . B . R . VALI , Bonaparte Iowa . BBKBDBB of Improved -gMMHk ChesterWhiteswineThe . «^ EF ^ ° 3 r *_____ oldest and leading herd d __ wl __ id _____________ 3 ___ . V In the West , Btate Fair ^ R ^^^^^ KW record unexcelled by any M breed or breeder . Stock mLJt „ ., T ^^ ™~ ^ \ for sale at reasonable prices ^^ . Write ^^ for what yon want . SALT YOUR STOCK KANSAS LUMP ROCK SALT wMm Purest , healthiest , best . WESTERN ROCK 1 AI . T CO .. Sole Agenta . St . LoS-k IRiMOBlL AN OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFE TIME / fl _^ --F * - * *** t fc ^» 1 live o * a S °° &amp; , / JSTr _ n _^ canvasser / _ MS 3 \ # n £ 9—1 ~ RS . * ° engage in / __ HsK _ r Iff / I ft pleasant and / f 11 * I I - ^ profitable / I . — 7— pbusinesa dm &gt; II a I ing the spring I tl I Imonthe , III | the best of the j U I I I year to take III tffi sw I * order * for the yOESsfE ^ u ^^ Honey Hay Carrier Betnrner . This Returner will return the carrier before the team can turn around , thereby savi...
Secretary Wilson on Sugar Importation . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898
Secretary Wilson on Sugar Importation . As we bare elsewhere Intimated , there lias been a desperate attempt on the part of the sugar trust , using agricultural papers to that end , to secnre the opposition of the farmers to the annexation of Hawaii . Representa tion has been made that the annexa . tfon of the island ¦ will Interfere seriously -with the development of sugar beet culture , that capitalists are now refusing to Invest their money , and that It is to the interest of the farmers to oppose , by every means In their power the annexation of the Island . Secretary Wilson In a recent respone to a resolution tit the United States Senate calling for the facts In the case , has effectively put a quietus on this entire scheme by sib owing that the statements were not only false bnt utterly absurd . The substance of Ms report Is as follows : The average importation of sugar into the United States for the last eight years has been « f the value of $ 101 , 575 , 283 ; the average Im...
Kainit . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898
Kainit . L . Chernyaev , a Bohemian agriculturist , maintains , to a recently published article , that the favorable Influence of kalnit on crops Is not entirely due to its contents of potash , but chiefly to Its water-ahsorblng properties , which are most evident in dry years , and which are due to the presence to it of chloride , especially magnesium chloride . The last mentioned salt as well as the other constituents of kalnit , namely , sodium chloride and sodium magnesium phosphates , have been found by the author to be abundant in the Russian salt lakes , and he suggests that they could be profltably utilized In the manufacture of a substitute for kalnit
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898
WALNUT CREEK HEBD , 8 eotch . toppedShort If hem cattle . Cruiokshank trail Counaalloi HUBS at head of hard . Good young ataek ton Short-horn Cattle , sale . j . H . IRWIN , Belle Plalne . la aBegisteted stock of both ** xe * for sale at all time * . Oar cattle are all red in color and of the short-legged bloeky kind . We breed for staf and quality . Ourhardbullweighs 3 , 000 po _ nds Prices to suit the time * . Write , JIS , IILSIII UK , TfllE ., UNI CI ., Illl TS . WBSTBOPB * BOM , aarlan , Ibwa • breeder * of Short-horn eattle . Ten YounK Bulls At or teniae for tale now &lt;_ h ___ d liidlvidnals , the but breeding . Coma an * let them or writs . f J . BTAN &amp; SON , Irwin , Iowa , breeder * of I a eheioe Short-horn cattle of top pedigree Inspection invited . CorrespondsnoetoUeited . REDHEADS HEREFORD * The former home of the Warldc Fair Cham . plea ban , Aaolent Briton , recently teld tor f _ , W 8 . New tor Sale , three AacUat Briton bnll * . alto ao ether apo...
Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898
Compelled to Sell Short-horns Havinglottmybarnandcon- aBC ____________________ l tents by fire , I must sell in the ^^¦^^¦ V next 30 days , 20 choice young ^^^ IU cows , 10 head of yearling heir- ^ RaW en , and 20 head of extra good * W _ B _ H- __ 3 » - bulls from 6 to 15 month * of age . Quality and breeding ot the best . Come and see them , or write . JOHN CRESSWELL . Bonaparte , la 30 . Short-horn Balls Banging in age from tan tc thirty month * for tale . Thej an of Scotch and Scott . TOfped breeding and of the low K down , bloeky type that turn made the Scotch cattle famous . If you want t bnll -ome and tea ns , or write ALBERT BARRAB , Netrtom , Iowa .
Page 22 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898
1 ** m * m i ££ S £ l * IV / TAKERS of honest goods brand 11 DATO- CHAM Pltttlnirga ™ * - * 1 I 1 \/ « t I them correctly , and are responsible J MHHMTOO ^^ ^ j . them . It does not pay to mis- * *&amp;»* _ lch _ WL . , , , EozsE-m i represent them . It is die mixtures , the soldAKUHtXO \ IUIIIT I for-less-money and sorts , the White Leads * To ^ £ T ( * which are something else , that are sold under ^^ fictitious misleading brands . ) SOUTBJM l ChtaThe makers assume no responsibility , and « PT » WAW J ^ ... OOILIEE i are usually unknown . Safety lies in making stLorta sure ^ t the brand is right ^^ j WBn See list of genuine brands . 4 Fh ___ . _ delp . u _ . HOIIXT cierdsnd- By using Nations ! Lead Co . s Pore -Vblte lead Tinting Colon , i-traiT * .. T . M » 6 rti _ -. _ _ u . | HI / HH ¦ any desired shade is readily obtained . Pamphlet giving valuA _ . __ . *__ a _( abfe mfonnation and card showing samples of colors free . also OOBHELL Buffalo . folder showing pictures of...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898
POLAND-OHINA SOWS Bred and t _ fe in pig to Hoosler Boy 23869 , and towt tired oy him for sale at low prices . Also a few boara . Herefrrd Cattle . Buns , cows and heifers at right priees . Come and seen * or write J . W , BLAOETOBD A . SON , Bonaparte , Iowa ,