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

Pleasant [ Ridge Herd : Poland-Chinas Are right on top for ? atxe and style . 35 ail * bred to extra good ( ton * of . Chief Tecumteh 2 d and Black Chief 2 d , for sale . oCome and see me or write . B . K . AXTBLL , Strawkerry Potat , la .

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

60 BRED SOWS for sale that for length and bona an surprising , mostly tind by Sm * by * Hadley ( by old Hadley ) and bred to Baxter * Comet , a hog of Kat bone and length whote sir * weighed 815 . and when alive , th * heaviest boned boar living . Thar / towt an not pampered and stuffed Just to Sen . but an ciown to asaka large , profitable sow * . Black with smooth coat * and aet one down on feet iwill ship fromPostvilla orWankon . J . E . BAXTER , Waukon la . H H | POLAND-CHINAS . HSight fall boara by QHIBP A . A . Pip ot HFebruary , March . and Ipril farrow by LOOK OUT . Chief I Baa , Dot * U . 8 . and Lena s Directum , My towt an aa good aa the best . A . B . CARTER , West Beat , low . L > 8 LOOK ME OVEB far sale or trade , WUI tell him cheap or trade him for a gilt bred to farrow in March er April . Alto five fall boara at 18 to $ 10 , th * tops ofnnrfall pig * alto a few extra gUt * for tale . Write to Hamx LAUBB , Eldorade , Iowa ,

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

20 BRED SOWS 20 Sired by Ls . Tecumseh , Wbodburn Medium , Lachner s Hadley , Moorish Maid Model ( by Klever s Model ) , Dictator , Directum ( by Guy Wilkes 2 d ) , Doyle s Tecumseh , Ohio Chief ( by Black Chief , etc . ) , in pig to King Hadley ( hy Hadley Jr ., by old Hadley ) . These sows are a choice lot and will be sold to do the buyer good . Come and see or write LEONARD HEISEL , Fremont , Iowa . SOWS FOR SALE . Bind by Guy Wilkes 2 d , Boyal Medium , All Price , Squan Basinets , Black XT . 8 . Zd , Second Chief Tecumteh , Boyal Chief 3 d . ate . Prieea right . j . WTHIPPLE , Movillo , Is .

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Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

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Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

t Great Two-Days Sale ShortAT -born Cattle and English Shire Horses * « THE NEW SALE PAVILION ? • ^ S WILLIAMSBURG , IOWA , WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY , MARCH 16-17 . t Head of Horses r 50 5 54 ^ = Head of Short-horns ^ ^ 54 $ 50 \ S WEDNESDAY , MARCH 16 , 1898 , * THURSDAY , MARCH 17 , 1898 , J We Will sell 84 females and 20 bulls . They are as a lot the very choicest * Hveof them registered staUions , Imp . Lancaster Hero ( 7526 ) , ten yean last fall weight - . . _ , . , . . , - ,,. , . _ . , in fair flesh 2 , 1001 bs . ; Wenona Dignity 4777 , a home bred stallion , color brown , five years ^ ( Offering of Short-horns ever catalogued for public sale from Fountain « * old last January , won 1 st at Illinois state fair and Indiana state fair in 18 S * as a year- X Farms-Cruickshank and Cruichshank topped Torr , Booths , Waterloo , * ^^^^ X ^ i ^ l ^ % 2 E £ SX & £ ffi & $ & coiS ^ XiSS 4 Renick Rose of Sharon and Bates Wild Eyes foundation , and many...

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Experience in Feeding Cattle , [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 March 1898

Experience in Feeding Cattle , About the first question we ask of the farmer when we meet him at institutes Is What has been the proflt of feeding cattle this year on your farms , or in your neighborhood . Without going into details , for which the paper would not furnish sufficient space necessary we would say . Farmers who have fed cattle of only fair quality , have fed for gain and have made nothing more than a market price for corn , while farmers who have fed the best quality of cattle have made a little money . The year s experience has been a costly one to some inexperienced feeders . We hear of one man who fed about $ 1 , 600 worth of cattle several months and sold them for ?! ,- BOO . This Is throwing away his corn , he is getting no interest on the investment , and having nothing to balance the account except the hog feed and the manure . This is an extreme case , but we are safe in saying that as a rule this has not been a profitable year for feeding cattle . Many farmers...

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Hauling . Out Coarse Manure . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 March 1898

Hauling . Out Coarse Manure . Mr . Henry Kuester , of Cass County , Iowa , writes : I saw a piece in your paper some time back with reference to hauling out minure . You said not to haul it out when coarse and not well Famous Ohio Cultivator , Manufactured by the Ohio Cultivator Co , Bellemie , Ohio . rotted . The spring before we had the dry summer , I hauled a large lot out on fall plowing and scattered it with a harrow as * well as I could , and when corn not thus treated was nearly dried up , that covered with manure kept green , and it made twice as much corn as the other land . We have no objection to hauling out manure imperfectly rotted as a top dressing for lands , provided it does not Interfere with cultivation . What we objected to was the application of this class of manure where it is to be plowed under . This will do no damage in a wet season , or moderately wet It is dangerous , however , in a dry season , for the reason that the manure until it is rotted prevents the...

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Acreage of Spring Wheat . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 March 1898

Acreage of Spring Wheat . It is high time now that farmers were determining as to the amount of acreage they will put In spring wheat this year . We have never favored a very extensive growth of spring wheat in the state of Iowa for the reason that we do not as a general principle believe in growing any kind of grain to be shipped as raw material to a distant market As a rule it does not pay . This year , however , seems likely to be an exception to the rule . With wheat ranging about the dollar mark in Chicago for cash or May delivery , the July ranging about 90 c . and September nearly 80 c , and with a certainty that there is but a very small amount to be carried over , it would seem as If the crop could he profitably grown this year . There is , however , another reason , a more weighty one , which will justify an extensive acreage of spring grain , whether oats or wheat , namely , the imperative necessity resting upon farmers to decrease to a considerable extent their acreage o...

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• Brome Grass , [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 March 1898

• Brome Grass , We advise our readers on the dryer lands of Western Iowa , Nebraska , and Kansas , especially in the middle portions , to make application to Secretary Wilson for Brome grass seed for the purpose of determining its value in those sections . We look upon this as the most promising grass that has been introduced into the dryer sections of the country for half a century . It has been grown successfully at the Experiment Stations of Iowa and Minnesota for years past , and there Is very little doubt Indeed of its success as a pasture and meadow grass . Until its value is still further determined ft should not be sown on fields Intended for rotation . It ls not like clover , a nitrogen trap , but we think its value will be found as a permanent meadow or pasture grass , and that it will be the most valuable In sections where clover cannot be grown successfully . They are risking nothing in making the experiment ,

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 March 1898

1 yallacesganger V ^ M »_ sS ^>^ VVrfVV _>^ *< VV ^*^» A _ % ^^_» s ^_^<^_^^^^^^/»^>^^ A «^ A * Published Weekly at DES MOINES , IOWA . 9 _ BM Jnst across the street east of tha Savory House . SUBSCRIPTION PRICE . Par year , postpaid . O . CC til-rabaeriptlona fire payable In advance and Uie paper will be discontinued when the Ume expires , unless renewed . The date on the tan which bears the name of the subscriber indt eaten tha time to which the subscription has been paid . HENRY WALLACE . Editor . IICTALLAGE , IJ . P . WALLACE , Geo *! Manager | . Adv . Manager Hr . Wallace was for ten yean , up toFebrp ary , J 895 , th * editor of the Iowa Homestead . Hit withdrawal from that papet wu the culm-nut . on of trouble betweJt Urn and the business manager as to Ut public editorial policy , Mr . Wallace wit fog to maintain it In its old position as the leading western exponent of anti-monopo ly principles . Failing In this he becam...

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Why Have Farmers and Farm Papers so Little Influ -ence on Legislation ? [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 March 1898

Why Have Farmers and Farm Papers so Little Influence on Legislation ? At the meeting of the Farmers Institute held at Shelby , Iowa , March 3 d and 4 th , Hon . H . M . Beyers , former speaker of the Iowa Legislature , was asked to deliver an address on the subject of the influence of agriculturists and agricultural papers on legislation . He began by stating that had he been choosing the subject , he would have made it , Why have farmers and farm papers so little influence on legislation ? , and that he would have discussed it as thus stated . He stated In brief that there were over 200 , 000 farmersvoters—in the state of Iowa ; that in fact , they constituted a majority of all the voters in . the state ; that their influence , If properly directed , would be all-powerful In legislation , whereas , as a matter of fact , it was comparatively little ; and that if one-half or one-fourth of them would agree on any one measure , there would be no question , whatever , of Its enactment b...

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Brome Grass . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 March 1898

Brome Grass . There have been but two really valuable forage plants added to the list that can be safely grown on Western farms for many years These are Dwarf Essex rape and Brome grass . The latter has scarcely passed beyond the experimental stage , and yet we are so confident of Its successful culture that we do not hesitate to recommend It to our readers wherever they can not grow clover . We do not think it will take the place of clover : In fact we are sure It will not as a fertilizer , but we are quite sure It will grow , furnishing hay and pasture , In a large section ol the country west of the Missouri river where timothy , clover , and blue grass are uncertain products . We do not believe it will be any very great addition to the torage of the sections of the country where clover and timothy do well and a stand of which can be secured with reasonable certainty . We , therefore , recommend our readers In northwestern Iowa and In Nebraska and Kansas to make application to Sec...

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The Sun Shines on the Horse . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 March 1898

The Sun Shines on the Horse . In our traveling over the state attending Institutes , we meet with a number of horse buyers , and their universal complaint ls that good horses are very scarce . We know of one man who wants half a dozen 1 , 600-pound draft mares , and buyers tell him that it ls impossible to find them within any reasonable limits . They must pick up one here and another there , probably In the next county . Coach horses command high prices , but they are scarce . The same is true of all the better classes of horses . There are plenty of small horses , plenty of 1 , 200 to 1 , 400 pound horses that have wire cuts , splints , or curbs , and these are selling for farm use at from ? 40 to ? 60 , but first-class horses such as meet the foreign demand , or for draft horses In the large cities , are even now scarce and hard to buy . of And we are but at the beginning the horse famine . As early as 1894 we warned our readers of this famine . It required no prophet to see it H...

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The Rate of Interest for Farm Loans , [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 March 1898

The Rate of Interest for Farm Loans , Mr . Thomas Toyne , ol Calhoun County , Iowa , writes : Is lt true that twen-ty-three hanks In Germany and Prussia carry more land Indebtedness at three and a half per cent than the entire larm mortgages ol the United States drawing seven per cent interest ? If so , how can we manage to get farm loans on an equal basis with foreign countries ? When abroad we found that the rate of Interest on first-class real estate securities and railroad obligations was about three and a half per cent Possibly there are loans made on business property in the larger cities at a little less rate , while loans on the least desirable farm property bear a higher rate , and loans for short time bear five per cent We can not say whether twenty-three banks in Germany and Prussia carry more land indebtedness than the entire mortgage Indebtedness of the United States . We doubt it but we have no doubt that money is loaned at that rate on the most highly improved farms I...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 March 1898

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The Hand - Raised Calf an Economic Necessity . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 March 1898

The Hand - Raised Calf an Economic Necessity . The problem ol growing the calf by hand is no longer one that concerns the individual farmer only . It is an economic necessity for the entire state of Iowa and the adjoining states . It concerns no longer solely the man that grows the calves , but the landlord , if the farm be rented , the grazier who buys these calves and prepares them for the feed lot the feeder who finishes them for shipment , the banker who owns the obligations of any of the parties through whose hands the call may pass , and it concerns also the farmer who neither raises , grows , nor fattens the calf but who has corn to sell to the man who can finish them properly . It concerns the entire Western country , which can not afford to be merely a feeding ground for the products of the range , but must grow to a large extent its own cattle If it is to remain financially independent _ a m The problem of such vast range requires the careful study and skillful practice of...

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To Buy or Rent . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 March 1898

To Buy or Rent . Mr . J . B . Hngist , ol Keokuk county , Iowa , writes us as follows : Would you advise a young man -Pith small means to go In debt for a farm or rent land at $ 3 . 00 per acre , land in this locality being worth from $ 50 . 00 to $ 75 . 00 per acre . It you advise buying , would you advise buying here or going to the Dakotas where land is cheaper ? It is mot possible to give definite advice on the information furnished . Whether a man should buy in Iowa or elsewhere or rent at $ 3 . 00 per acre , depends on the man himself , his health , the health of his family , if he is married , the kind of girl he is going to marry if he is not < his habits of Industry , and his business ability , on all of which points we are not informed and will therefore have to discuss the question on general principles . We would not like to pay $ 3 . 00 per acre for any ordinary land from which we expected to make the rent hy selling grain at present prices . The rent may not...

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