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Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 March 1898

I FIVE COWS WILL DO . $ g fe , . ^ HE say ing , The man who milks ten cows cannot afford to do M f t \ without a Baby separator , is now generally conceded to TT ^ ^ » ^ be absolutely true . In other words , the man who milks ten J J &• cows , will save enough butter fat in a very short time to more than <• jj k , pay for the separator , saying nothing about the superiority of the A ) ^ E milk , when fed to the calves warm from the separator . £ 9 But this question was put to us last week at the great Dairy 9 tm Convention at Topeka , Kansas : Suppose a man has only five ? jk , cows in milk all the time ; will it pay HIM to buy a Baby sepa- Jif 3 arator ? To this we answered Yes . J T IF YOU WILL SEND US YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS £ 9 AND MENTION WALLACES FARMER , Y «§ . WE WILL TELL YOU <§ f ¦ j V * T \ A I __ r _ 1 CA « . < u * i + _ . _ f .. PA WHY J GENERAL . O . FFICES . : 74 Cortland St ., N . Y . JV Z 116 LaVal OGparalUr LU ., 1 Oor . C...

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Line Breeding and Inbreeding -Thelr Results . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 March 1898

Line Breeding and InbreedingThelr Results . ( Paper by Mr . J . L . Slick . ) I deem lt an , honor to be on your programme , and a special honor to have assigned to me this subject , for it is a perplexed and a perplexing study , as well as an interesting one . Tne object ot the committee would have bet _ u better served if this subject had been left fur a maatpr mind , of long years vt experience anu of observation . Xnerefore . it ls not presumed that the writer can , or expects to . eaumut . 1 the subject ; neither does he expect to uKn . e with many who are his superiors . lor tnut would both discard tne relating of inuun Ubelui experience and cut olf aiter-disuussiou . uud tnereby defeat the object of uie writing ut this paper , which ls to encourage the uuu axm provoke the other . Tnere are breeders and there ure breeders . and of tne breeding of swine there seeuis tu be no end . There are two divisions oi bieeuers . Bach may he divided into turee classes .. Uf the one there i...

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

WALNUT CREEK HERD , Sootoh-toppadShort horn cattle . Crniokahank bull CounaelloU 189 S at bead of herd . Good yonng stock foi ¦ ale . J . H . IRWIW , Belle Plalne , la . TB . WESTROPE A SON , Harlan , Iowa , ¦ breeder * of Short-horn cattle . Ten Young . Bulla fit for serrlce for sale now . Uood inalTiduala , the belt breeding . Come and ¦ ee tbem or write . J . EYAN A SON , Irwin , Iowa , breeder ! of ¦ choice Short-horn cattle of top pedigree , Inspection invited . Correspondence solicited . ! POLLED DURHAM CATTLE . Hales and females , good breeding and good individuals . A . E . and O . I . BCBLEIGH , afaxon , HI . REDHEADS HEREFORDS The former home of the World Fair Cham , * pion bnll . Ancient Briton , recently gold for $ 2 , 500 . Now for Sale , three Ancient Briton buna , also 80 other good bnll and a few registered female ,. Farm adjoins state fair grounds . Address GEO . 8 . REDHEAD . Des Moines . Iowa . STBATHHOBB Herd Hereford eattle . Choice bnll calves on hand . Can sup...

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

60 SHORT-HORNS FOR SALE . Qfl Enmalne— Cows , yearling and two-year-OU rBnlalBS old heifers , mostly bred . Ofl Dulle - Sixto twenty months old . Cruicb0 U DUNSshanks , straight Scotch-topped Young Marys , and other choice families . They are good individuals , good pedigrees , good color * and Trices Right—from $ 7 S . 0 O to $ TBO . OO . IfYouWantaGoodBull . ^ mTefe either by coming or sending your order . We mean business , and deal on the square , Cmall Uarrlo Special attention given to Olllall liOIUai lots from six to a car load . C . S . BARCLAY , West Liberty , la . Mention WALLACES FABMBB when writing . THURSDAY , APRIL 21 , 1898 .- ^^ .-. ^^^^^ wo will sell~~~—^ . ~~ 50 HEAD OF SHORT-HORNS At the Stock Yards , South Omaha , Nebraska . Some show bulls in the lot . Further particulars later , T . R . WESTROPE * SON , Harlan , Iowa . F . W- fflcDIARHID , Cumberland , IOWA . Short-horns , Must Sell at Once . Ten head of long yearling MLmm ^^ e ^ mm ^ hellers . Ten cows bred . F...

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Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 March 1898

__ dH ____ i LI __ ^ H ___ L ^ ^ W ^ LAB E msm Dana s White Met alio Ear Martdnjr Label , stamped to order with name or oame and address and cooseontlve nnmbera . It is simple , permanent ana Inexpensive- JHT ~ Adopted bj over forty recording associations- Samples free . Agents wanted . C . H . DAITA , 56 Main St . * West Lebanon , IT * H * 400 Unregistered ^^ BHSKJIB * T ¦ READ ¦ SUCCESS ONE POW HORSE E W R % and ¦ uccessful Satisfactory nrerfbr nmnlnj ream Separator * , han _ 8 , Pnmpe , bfr raBeithaBaGo * nor which regoAeBthBBpMdtoa Icety . Araoceifr il power for ran * Ing email Grind * ine * becaosa tha larffMt horse can work in it with ease * SIMPLE , F ^ Tyft _ k AND , L *& TINO . We nakaSllanjl SBifdii Boree Tread Power * , also Ensilage Cotters , HUD All APPLETOH NF 6 . C 0 . gf ^ g & 8 T _ £ fc

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Page 22 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 March 1898

AEHSIE 0 K 0 ? iSSVT T —E VERYBODY who knows anything | BETMEB-BAuHAir j * ° HAIIKM SAVIB ^ I about painting knows that Pure v ATmnwettttw ^ mWmmm ^ m—m ^ AHOHOB »«* *• White Lead and Pure Linseed Oil . f dndnmot . ATLABnoi make the best paint ; but there is a difference -Booms . * White Lead The kind you want is made S flew Tort . JEWEW V by the old Dutch process x . It is the best . ULSTER 1 mn 0 H Let the other fellow who wants to experison i _______ ii eUai ^ EHrfiiaa J ment use the quick process , sold-for-less-C 0 L ____ \ Kassorai („ . money sorts . __ , , iSLLans . BED | SEAL souTHEiur ) See list of brands which are genuine . J 0 __ HT . 1 __ WIB 4- _ E 0300 J Philadelphia MOEIET nu _ . __ . IM 11 ?! } By nsing National Lead Co . s Pure White Lead Tinting Colors , unuano . |_ t w * H any desired shade is readily obtained . Pamphlet giving valuSALEM Salem , Mass . * __ | £ *_ - # _ - # ajj [ e j _ forxnatlon and card showing samples of colors free : aI _ o folder showing pict...

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Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 March 1898

lj \\ i Annual Sale of Scotch Short-horns , j I - FBftlff THE WELL KNOWN BLUFF VIEW HERD OF F . A . EDWARDS , **** | j WEBSTER 6 ITY , l / L TUESDAY . MARCH 29 . 1 I j f ^^^ I 21 ^ Grand ^ Young ^ Bulls ., j ^ a 5 PS ( paiB | Jrj Cruickshanpure third ? * iffiffmTB ^^ - ^ £ One of the offering Cruickshank . f E _ & 9 I ^ 9 XHH ^ 9 I ^________________ H 1 V ^^ ^^^^^^ ¥ 1 i ^ B ^^^^^^ M ^^^^^^ i Balance k Topped . § IfffiBRM 1 if A ^ c m »_ iS l *^ __ Ti __ - ^^ = i = r :: ^ r rar- ^ a ^^ -s £ ^» J _ - _^ 3 »^ w 3 jfc K &*&*&*&* • __ , « fc * fc « fc igj «__ * m ii m Ifc ^_^ ^^ ^ ^ fc . ^^^^ F ^ W ^^ F ^ J ^ F - ^^ ^^ F ^ IW ^ ™^ B ^^^^^!^ r ^( F ^^ F ^ l ( ^ WF ^ fl _ f 3 _______ t ^______ t ____ t ^______ t ^___________________ E _________ l ____________________¦ £ _____ £ ¦ . _______ _______ L ^ • W No pains has been spared to make this the banner offering of 1898 . Those looking for the best can find them here . The cattle...

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Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 March 1898

I SfflMCHIEF TECUfflSEH 2 D BRED SOW SALE f «? FORTY SOWS BRED TO CHIEF TECUMSEH 2 D . &» | DES MOINES , IOWA , MONDAY , MARCH 28 , wj « a ,.. ,,, .,..,....,,, ¦¦¦ . ., ¦¦ . ¦ . ¦¦ .. ¦¦¦ .. ¦ . ¦¦ . ¦¦„ .,. ¦¦¦ .. ¦> A Chance to F . uy at Your Own Prices Sows Carrying j * Si ppu ^ . j . ,, i . spwn -L in their Veins the Best Strains of Blood Known g ; v : , : ^ * -m j to the Poland-China Breed , and Safe in Pig Jj F xv ^ Ij to j » « l V-J ^ H * - *^ 7 ^* 1 ^ i Chief Tecumseh 2 d , by common con- g i ^ - ^ ClJ ^ | sent the Greatest Sire of the Jj $ * W ?*^ j * Si sW- ; .: II Breed that has ever lived . g j *» : Jj 4 ^| i ^^ M % ^ i ; 4 . S l ¦— — — 40 ! r ^^^^^^^ ft ^^^ J-iyt ^^^ Mr 3 ¦ DBEEDERS who wish to secure a litter of plga , from that grand old king of Poland-Chtaas , CB __ B _ . TJEOTratSKH 8 D , tm *^^* i ^ J ¦ will have an opportunity to do so at their own prices on March 28 th , at which time I wiU sell at the State Fair ff Jj * Q i i t J ^ ( - ; ^...

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Breeding and Feeding . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 March 1898

Breeding and Feeding . Elsewhere we bave emphasized the importance of buying a good bull . There are calves coming now on most farms that were badly sired . They are presdestinated and foreordained nth to reach the top of the market . Nevertheless , these calves can be made a great deal better animals than most * rA ) Included in the sale of F . A . Edwards , Webster City , Iowa . __){ men tuink if they are properly cared for the first summer and winter . After the frame Is built and they are placed in the feed lot no amount of feeding can make first-class animals out of them . They will gain the pounds , they will get fat , but they will not sell for the top prices because they put the gain on the parts of the carcass for which the beef-eating world will not give the price . It is the care the first year that improves the quality . No amount of good feeding can atone for bad breeding , nor can good feeding altogether remedy , the evils of bad breeding , but good feeding can make a ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 March 1898

I *__^ S < KIIaces / I *^ W ^ A ^*_^> S ^*** _ IN /^ S _ * _ V »* *^ pander ^ I _ 1 » N _^ Published Weekly at DES MOINES , IOWA . _ ee Just across the street east of the Saver . House , SUBSCBIPTION PBICE . ? er year , postpaid , $ 1 . 0 111 BubscriptionB ere payable in advance anc the paper will be discontinued when the timi expired , unless renewed . The date on the taf which bears the name of the subscriber ind ) cates tho time to which the subscription habeen paid , HFNRY WALLACE . Editor . H . C WALLACE , I J . P . WALLACE , Gcal Manager | . Adv . Manage * Mr . Wallace was for ten yean , up to Febn ary , 1895 , the editor of the Iowa Hor _ rtead . His withdrawal from that pap * was the culmination of trouble betwer him and the business manager as to in public editorial policy , Mr . Wallace will lag to maintain it in its old position as th . leading western exponent of anti-monopo ly principles . Failing in this he becam the _ tor of WALLACES FARMEB over ...

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Seed Bed for Corn . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 March 1898

Seed Bed for Corn . In five or six weeks , possibly in four , our readers may be planting corn , with most of them the great crop of the year . No one can tell what the season will be , whether wet ordry , hot or cold , but whatever it may be , success in growing corn depends to a great extent on the preparation of the seed bed . There is no one patent method of preparing the seed bed for corn that will work equally well in all parts of the West , in all years , or on all parts even of the same farm in any one year . We do not pretend to give the details as to how this should be done , but we do pretend to teach some of the principles which should govern in the prepartion of the seed bed , trusting to our reader s judgment under the conditions by which he is surrounded for the application of these principles to the particular field and season . Corn requires a- large amount ot water for its perfect development . The seed bed should , therefore , be prepared in such a way as to provi...

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Look Out for Scab Among Sheep . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 March 1898

Look Out for Scab Among Sheep . During the past winter a great many thousands of Western sheep have been brought into the state , some to be fed and others as foundation stock for future flocks . A large per cent of these sheep have brought with them most unwelcome visitors in the shape of scab mites . Some of these sheep have come from states like Montana in which the flocks are said to be entirely free from scab . This does not mean that the sheen from the plains to the states are finaMy placed on Towa farms . A large per cent of the cars that are carrying sheep from the plains to the state are polluted with scab mites . The stock vards are also polluted , and if but one female mite finds its way on one sheep to the farm , an outbreak of scab on that farm , unless dipping is resorted to . is as certain as that the vears will come . The flocks in New Mexico and in the more southern sheep districts are all more or less infected with scab , and unless thorough measures are employed ,...

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What Does the Editor Know Abo'it Farming . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 March 1898

What Does the Editor Know Aboit Farming . There is more or less prejudice against agricultural papers on the ground that it seems to the farmer Impossible for an editor sitting in a comfortable office In town to advise him wisely ns to the best method of conducting his farm . This is not mere prejudice against what is called book farming . The objection does not always come from men who think farming is a matter of luck on the one hand or pure strength and awkwardness on the other , but men of good Intelligence who studv the conditions under which they must work closely , and find it very difficult to do the wise thing , some times , in fact , fail to do it , and say : How can that man in town , who is not a farmer , advise me who am ? We do not wonder that the objection is made . There is really a good deal of sense in it . We confess that we ourselves do not see how it is possible for a man who never farmed in his life , who seldom comes in touch with farmers , and who is not on a...

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Cultivation of Sweet Potatoes . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 March 1898

Cultivation of Sweet Potatoes . Sweet potatoes require a long and warm summer and may therefore hardly be expected to mature north of the 43 d parallel . They grow best in a sandy , loose soil . As soon as the danger of frost is over the soil should be broken at the most convenient depth , and the rows made at an interval of about four feet By plowing two furrows against each other an elevation of about one foot is made ; ln this elevated row the plants should be set , each at a distance of 16 Inches from Its neighbor . It is of great Importance to keep the soil free from weeds . Potato weeds as well as grass should be kept down by constant and careful hoeing .

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 March 1898

unconditionally acknowledged Fs to be the Best Dip known . Put in your order now ! Used | Warm for Scab , Cold for Ticks . Improves the Wool . $ 2 per package , $ 16 per case of ten packages . Case makes 2 , 000 gallons of wash for Ticks , or 1 , 000 gallons for Scab We pay freight . Circulars Free . SKABCURA DIP CO ., Chicago } l 5 I I I . ^ ^ J

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American Horses on German Markets . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 March 1898

American Horses on German Markets . German agricultural papers have begun expressing their regrets of the increased importation of American horses . The recent importations are , according to national views , quite dangerous to the European breeders , and therefore subjects of complaints on the part of the latter . S . & F . Berg , the well-known Berlin firm , have organized a mass importation and a series of regular auction sales the first of which was he „ on January loth , last . On this occasion 108 horses were disposed of , and the prices were as desirable as possible . Large draught horses brought about ? 200 ( 800 Marks ); fine breeds for fancy use were paid at the rate of ? 270— $ 315 ( 1200—1300 Marks ) . In spite of the fact that these sales are quite disastrous to German breeders the reports are uniformly praising the appearance and build of- American horses . Buyers were plentiful , and the sales brought general satisfaction . The firm above mentioned expects...

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