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Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 March 1898
CAMPBELLS EARLY rUR ? ¦ First of all Grapes , saja Sural Ifete-Torker . Scaled 86 points in possible 100 . Will ¦ hip round the world . Early or Late . Insist on onr Seals and get what yoa buy . Largest stock of other Grape Vines , Small Fruits . Elegant Catalogue FREE GEORGE S . JOS 8 ELYM , FREDONIA , NEW YORK . % Wx PLANTING PAYS / ^^¦ Sk * £ _ The better yon do it most , the work better with It pays . The CUnlener With who uses these [ the / J \ ________ __________ r __ r . r _ 4 7 _ ^ / ___ ^^^ Jt hecat _ Planet seed _ se he Jr can . do No work the . 5 Hill Dropping days the Seeder least labor gets . most one for of bis labor / , J A 9 SI A ^ m *? X ^^^ W . drills tbe of two is accomplished In one . The seed ls / £ &gt; M ____ F __ rc _ J / ^ % 5-W . planted better , grows better , produces most This drill ?&gt;!&gt;**»/ g &lt; fm V £ * c « r ^ SjW automaticallydropping , the seed continuously or in hills . /&lt;? M ^ M rf Inunordrin . l ...
The Hog . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 March 1898
The Hog . Contributions on subjects connected with twine management are cordially invited . Millet for Hogs . A subscriber who is feeding ground millet to his pigs to their great satisfaction asks us whether It ls a proper feed and a paying one when he can get thirty-five cents per bushel for Ms millet If hogs like anything immensely , it is the best evidence that it is a proper feed . We think , however , that oats at present prices is cheaper than millet at thirty-five cents , and we would advise him to sell his millet and buy oats , or substitute oats for millet with more or less corn added , gradually increasing the corn and feeding exclusively as a finish . Millet seed might be fed at the same price as oats or a cent or two higher per bushel , and if both are fed whole the oats are the cheapest feed at the same price . Both are a better feed for pigs or brood sows when fattening . Page County Farmers are Stamping out HogCholera . CO WAX-LACES !___ --- ___ We , the undersigned f...
An Improved'Onlon . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 March 1898
An ImprovedOnlon . The cut herewith illustrates Leonard s Tellow Olobe onion , being a reproduction of a photo _ rap _ of the onion as i ? rown by Mr . S . P . Leonard , the Seedsman , of Chicago , III . HI 9 advertisement appears in another column of this issue . This onion ia the result of a rigid course of selection and breeding for a period of years . From 8 . 000 bushels of these onions grownlost year . Mr . Ireonard selects the very choicest bulbs to send out for seed this season . The seed now on hand was produced by the same careful method of selection , and , lt is believed , may be depended upon to produce a uniform lot of bulbs of perfect shape , and especially free from small bulbs . Mr . Leonard will send his catalogue , which lo an unusually interesting one , free to all readers of Wallaces Farmer who request it .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 March 1898
Happy Union Herd of Poland-Chinas . Sow , sired by the $ 4 , 000 iota HAPPY UNION . OHIEF * ( he by Chief Tecumseh XFlffiAL OHIEF ( he by C ^ TeeumMh 2 d ) and LOOK HE « B ( he ta LopkOgt ) . for sale . Theae sows an bred to HAPPY ZD ( a great » on of Happy tjntonl , EON EF 4 TH and SELDOM SEEN . good and top bred boars . Write for de . scription and prices , and I will surprise yon . W . A . McAllister . Jefferson . Iowa . 60 BRED SOWS for sale tbat for length and bone are snrprlsinff , mostly sired by Smeby s Hadley ( by old Hadley ) and bred to Baxters Comet , a hog of great bone and length whose sire weighed SIS lbs . and when alive , the heaviest boned boar living . These sow , are not pampered and stuffed Just to Sell , but are grown to make large , profitable sows . Black with smooth coat , and not one down on feet : will ship fromPostrille orWankan . J . E . BAXTEI- _ Waukon la . POLAND-CHINAS * Biaht fall boar , by , OHIEF A . A . WnoJ Pebrna-T , March and AprilTarrow fay L...
Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 March 1898
Horse Owners ! Use ^^ k GO-CBAtTOTSC ,. Hj ^ Caustic Balsam fmBn B ^_^ fe _ F 1 ItA S | Hlr Mi hdUn Omi Tke Safest , Beet BLIBTjfll •? HJ ^ JS 1 . tba place of all liniments for Mud or jevnejttkm . Bemoyes all Bunchy or Blemishes pQSa _ R £ X ___ ^ % s ^^ s for its tuSbfiend for descriptive aronlaia , - IH ^ AWBHHCWraJUMBC ^ ClevslM ^ fc j 2806 lbsT \^ weight of two of the ¦ Hfil &amp; V Famous O I C Hogs . K ^ ESs to WeSell the first applicant S 5 _ i £ in _ each ; On locator Tint * . WJWWumTTS ¦ fT .. Description free . We ahlp to all States W *^&amp; W %$ &amp; £ and foreign countries , M- ^ mWmBt l * R * SILVER Ob . W ^ mjP ^ 279 Snmmlt St ., Cle . slind , 0 . mt ^ MACKS LUMP JAW CUBE . mNeeds but OKK ^^^ ^ APPLICATION . jg |^^^ R ||^^_ ^ RRR ^ MMWEMMM . ° ne bottle cures ^^^^^¦ KW ________ Irom three to six ^^ H ________________ head allleadingdhrtille . It is used by . Rmm * RRmWmm m ^ fi ^^ ^ RaWmMMm ff cattle feeders . _ E 1 ____________ I Perfectly s...
Page 17 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 March 1898
WINGERS WONDEREUL WATER WARMER , OR . ^ &gt;^^ Ig HSBfi TANK HEATER . ______^ nS ____ - _ fa 9 ____ Needed by all fanners . KB _____ lf ^_ i _____ r _ i _ K ** WIiraint « * - ^ 8 | Eiuwl 52 S ^ *•* Kenwaod Terrace . - • Chlcaco . GALVANIZED STEEL TANKS Built in all shapes and sites for STOOK watering , Storage , Creamery and Dairy , as well aa all purposes for which a QOOD TANK is wanted , It will Pay Ton to write ns stating what you want In thi , line AmaioAit 8 i ___ , TASK CO . Factories : Waterloo , Iowa ; Kansas [ City , Mo . andHisha aka , Ind . |»_ MliailMMMM &gt; W _ W-M &gt;_ Msl _* ilMM » A ** l I POTATOES -V &amp; i Unnt Bee * POTATO growers fa A _ . «_«« . i Tha &lt; % iraI-lew . Torke- aire . Saber s Early UlunUa a yield * t Tiff bukeb * fr . acre . , Price , dirt ehen . Oar great See * Hook , 11 Farm femi « a _ . pl _* worth •! Otoget • . tmrMor lOcpo-tege . JOHS-LMI __ EESI- _»«_ . __ Cr «_ HsTru . I ly ^| M * fVS ^ M &g...
Page 17 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 March 1898
_ VHJSbTKH WHITES a . ft . VAU , Bonaparw lowa . BREHDKB of Improved . ^ m ^^ mg ^ Chester Whlteswine . The &lt;| M ^^ W *^^ K oldest and leading herd c _ ff ___________________________* In the Wert . State Fair mm ^^^^ R record unexcelled by any . ^* ____________ k breed or breeder . Stock . ^^^ ^^~\ tor uie at reasonable prices . Write for what • cm »» n « 3 __^ S ^ SS _ * a __ 0 ^^«» B ___________ . _______________________ mSH *^ a \ ^ \* ^ mm ^^ m ** ^ mmmmmm ^ mmmmA m &gt; \
FIELD MCTfc * [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 March 1898
FIELD MCTfc * Cbolce varieties of seed corn are advertised elsewhere in this Issue . Look them up and write them . Notice the bicycle advertisement on rage 17 of this Issue . Mention Wallaces Farmer when writing 1 . L . B . Peeso , of Spencer , Iowa , advertises a number of different varieties of seed potatoes on page 17 . Notice the advertisement of S . I * . Allen &amp; Co ., 1107 Market street , Philadelphia , Pa ., which appears on page 16 . Parties desiring to purchase alfalfa seed should consult the advertisement of MrBeth * fc Klnnlson , Garden City , Kansas . It will he found on page 16 . Our lady readers will be interested in the advertisement of Enamellne , which appears In the Hearts and Homes department . It haa a high reputation as a stove polish . No fruit grower can afford to neglect spraying his trees . Mr . H . B . Rusler , of Johnstown , Ohio , has got out a pamphlet on the subject , which will be worth while sending for . In our field note column last week...
DATES CLAIMED FOR LIVE STOCK SALES . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 March 1898
DATES CLAIMED FOR LIVE STOCK SALES . FOZaA __ raM _ H __ ir _ UL Harsh SS . W . A . Jon ** Tan Utter . Iowa . Sept . A OBrien Bros ., Waukon . Iowa . Oot . « . A . M . Caldwell * Bon , New Holland , Oot . 17 . B . Um Metsger . Fairfield . Iowa . UL Jam . 11 UN . J . ft . Sharp , Taylorrtlle , Bl . Jaa . m \ IMS . A . H . Caldwell * Bon , Spring * nsM , m . SHOKT-HORHS . Umrmh SH F . Am Edward * . Webster City , Iowa , Hank tt . b . Brodsky , Flvosr , lowa . April C A . Cooler * Boos . Osceola . Iowa . April 21 , T . R . Westrope &amp; Son , Harlan , Iowa ; sale to be held at South Omaha , Neb . April 22 , G . E . Ward , Hawarden , Iowa ; sale to be held at South Omaha , Neb . AsrU SS . C * C . Bigler . Hartwiek . Iowa . HEREFORDS . April IS . T . F . B . Sotham , CUUoothe , Mo , April li . Scott * Marsh , Beltoa , Ho . ABERDEEN ANGUS CATTLE . Hank SS . Chas . Bsoher * Bon , Botna , Iowa . Hank Si . Berry Lucas , Oelweln , Iowa * March W . M . A . Martin . Wall Lake , lowa . ...
Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 March 1898
-40 SHORT-HORNS AT AUCTION 40 __ To * 3 e Sold at VWy Feirm AdjoInIr &gt; e ___ - ________——- Plover , Iowa , Thursday , March 31 , 18 Q 8 . The offering will consist of 30 Cows and Heifers and 11 young Bulls . The families represented are the standard sorts , Georgianas , Autumn Glades , Mysies , Dorothys , Josephines , Toung Marys , Rosemarys , Arabellas , Roan Duchess , Rosamonds , Carolines , White Rosefe , Rose of Sharons , etc . They are meaty , sappy cattle of the best breeding and feeding types . Every animal is und * r 5 years of age . AU are Scotch topped-or in calf to Scotch bulls . All the females of suitable age will either have calves at foot or be bred to Highland Chief 119611 . 3 heifers will be-bred to the Scotch Young bull , as lot No . SO in this catalogue , and 1 wish to call special attention to this Young bull . Breeding list on day of sale . All known defects will be pointed out on day of sale , but no guarantee will be given as to future usefulness . ...
Iowa Farms Thirty Years Ago and Now . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 March 1898
Iowa Farms Thirty Years Ago and Now . ffO WaUsACKB * WABMRRmt There are but few farmers in Iowa who are better off now than they were ten years ago . on account of the light crops and the low prices of agricultural products . And it would be useless to hope for good crops in the future If we should continue to follow the old methods of farm management . From twenty-five to forty years ago there were but few failures of crops in Iowa . Until about 1875 spring wheat averaged from 20 to 30 bushels per acre , and other kinds of crops were equally good , but after 1875 the crops of wheat at * cllned In the eastern half of the state until the average yield was only from eight to ten bushels per acre , when the growing of wheat was abandoned , and for more than twenty years a large share of the other kinds of crops have been unsatisfactory on account of the changed conditions of our soils . In western Iowa , and In other states whlcn have been settled in more recent years , the crops have ...
WHY THE TREATMENT CURES . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 March 1898
WHY THE TREATMENT CURES . Because It Follows Nature s Plan and Furnishes tbat which Mature Falls to supply . Because It Reaches every spot that Is Affected hy Disease , First Cleansing , then Protecting , then Healing . Nature always tries to CUM disease or injury to the body . She makes an extra effort to oure when disease invades the channels throng-, which air is conveyed to the longs . She attempts to core it where it usually has its beginning—in the nose . Nature recognizes that when Bisease begins in the nose it is liable to extend by continuity of surface to the throat , thence to the windpipe , thence to the bronchial tubes and even to the long tubes and lung cells . Nature knows foil well that any extension of disease from the nose to the deeper structures of the breathing apparatus is a serious menace to life . _ ^_ Nature recognizes tbe necessity of a free and full current of that vital agsnt of life —air . She recognises that when disease attacks the channels through whi...
Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 March 1898
Columbia Chainless Bicycles Price STANDARD OF THE WORLD In spite of misrepresentations , in spite of all falsely circulated reports , in spite of all contrary predictions and discouraging assaults , the COLUMBIA CHAINLESS was perfected at enormous expense , was presented to the public , received with eager appreciation and Universally Praised ... No lost motion , no chain to creep or bind , can be ridden through the muddiest streets without clogging or inconvenience ; all ball bearings are encased . Price , $ 75 * 125 SO Price $ 40 and 35 Columbia Chain Wheels Columbia Tandems Hartford Bicycles , Vedette Bicycles , POPE MFG . Co Hartford , Conn Catalogue free from any Columbia dealer , or by mail for one 2-cent stamp W . P . CHASE , Columbia Dealer , DES MOINES , IOWA . $ 125 . . ., . .
The Dairy . contribute their [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 March 1898
The Dairy . contribute their Our readers are invited to sx oeriences to this department . Questions corJamie * dairy management will be oheerfnll , answered . Separator Milk for Calves . A correspondent from Gosper countty , Nebraska , writes Wallaces Farmer as follows : The farmers In this neighborhood are talking o £ starting a co-operative creamery , and in view of this I would liKe to Know whether separated ___ U _ is ot any value tor calves . Some say it Is no better than water , others that it takes the hair off the noses as far as they put them into the milk , and there are a good many other things said against it . I would like to have some light on this subject . The creamery busmess is a new thing for us Western farmers . I believe we can produce butter here as cheap as anywhere , but we need to learn some things as to how to feed and what I would like to know how to build and manage a silo . I was talking with a neighbor to-day , and he said it was made like a cistern and...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 March 1898
HOWS THI 87 We offer $ 100 reward for any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure . F . J . CHENEY &amp; O ., Props .. Toledo , O . W &gt; , the uaderslgned , have known F . J . Cheney for tke last fifteen years , and believe him perfectly honorable in ail business transactions . and flnaacial y able to carry out any obligation made by their firm . WBST &amp; TBAUX , Wholesale Druggists , Toledo , O . WALDINO , KINXAN &lt; fc MAEVDJ , Wholesale Drogoists . Toledo , O . Hall s Catarrh Gun is taken internally , acting directly upon the blood and mnoos surfaces of the system . Fries 7 Eo per bottle . Sold by all druggists . Testimonials free . Hall s family Pills are the best . The lowa Agricultural Collage . A short Course for practical butter makers will begin January 21 th and continue _ weeks . The regular 16 weeks , 1 year , 2 years , and 4 years courses begin February 22 nd . Lonrses in agriculture , horticulture , and animal hus...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 March 1898
mm mm mm ORE AM SEPARATORS , n rnn CREAMERIES . 1 « I IK TREATISE : GoodButter and riin How to Make It . | | Wl All Dairying Otenall ., writs , KNEKLAND CRISTA ! . CRY . CO ., Tit _ B Street . Lansing . Mich , LAKEWOOD JERSEYS . 024 Flr 8 tJPronnlum 8 at . Iowa and Minnesota State Fairs , 1897 including Sweepstakes on both old and young herds at both fairs . Choice bull calves from my prize winners for sale cheap . H . C . McMILLAN , Rook Rapids , la . Lisbon Valley Herd Holstein Cattle Mechthildes Sir Henry of Maplewood heads herd . 12 young bulls of his get , age from one to 13 mos . for sale . C . H . KEUEGEB , Lisbon . Ia . HIKside Herd of Red Pelled Oattle . WM . JAMES . WjomtoK , Jones Co .. Iowa . Choice yo ong Bulls for sale by a World s Fair winner and from my beat r _ ett _ red cows . RED POLLED BULLS . A few young bulls ready for service , good , strong , growthy fellows , possessing individual merit and breeding of the best . For the next thirty days I offer these at a b...