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The Anti-Friction Disk Harrow [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 March 1898

The Anti-Friction Disk Harrow We present on this page a cut of the Bellevue anti-friction disk harrow , manufactured by the Ohio Cultivator Co ., of Bellevue , O . It Is , we believe , the only antl-frictlon disk harrow manufactured , but this Is only one of the many features that go to make lt the most popular disk sold . For Instance , it is furnished with double levers , as well aa with single lever , the purchaser having his option In the matter . Other points that will appeal to the prospective buyer ane the adjustable tongue , adjustable hitch , and the automatic scrapers on the disks , which keep them perfectly clean and in the best shape to do effective work . The Bellevue . too , will not cause sore necks on the horses working it , as many harrows do , as lt Is built so as to take the weight off the necks . It is also void of side draft . A careful study of the cut will give our readers a very clear Idea of this harrow , and a letter to the Ohio Cultivator Co ., Bellevue , ...

Publication Title: Wallace's Farmer
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 March 1898

M 7 fr t ___ NO Monej 4 $ w . I * Until Goads Arrival f \ ri I V ___ t Disc Harrows , Levai - I . Jmamaamf Harrows , 11 foot a ____ a __ Seeders « , Cultivators , TmJoMaawofa ^ BHiW Wagons , Write foi BBWm \ aaamram ^\ . V Delivery ^ Prices and at __^ H _ 0 ^__ - >>> Catalogue . * SJP ^_ 5 _!? : EMPIRE MF 0 . CO . 88 Blver gti . t . BockFaUst , I—Inola WITH THIS _ WITH THIS HAND _ l ^_ l <¦— i AlilP ^ CULTIVATOR . SEED %% T _ QfiILL AND HOE JnJjL . A boy 12 years old can «____> . domoraandbettarwork than 3 man with common hoes . Bend 70 o for sample tool . Liberal terms to agents . Farmers bandy tool circular free . Address , Look Box BBO , D * pt A , TJLBICH B _ Q . CO .. Book Fall * . IU . THE MYERS DISC MARKER nice PH .. , 81 ai . 50 en _ ammg aa _ . Kll marks flt perfectly - „ pljnt in _ any n , BrJ a m m \ lJtht , easily handled—- ¦__ aH _ a _ a ___ does not drac train . Can BBSamataasagBfmm b . attached to wood staff _ - _...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 March 1898

Horse Owners ! Use - ^ k GOMBAUXT-L _ H ^ f * Caustic I T / _ L JJ — 3 SSE I _ ^ I 1 Balsam _ Sif « Speedy and Foiitln Can The Safest , But BLISTER ever used . Tstei tbe place ot all liniments for mild or severeactionJ Removes all Bunches or Blemlsbes from Horses EdOatt _ SUPERSEDES / ILL OAUTEftH OR FIRING . ***•* voastM to produce acar or tHtmia & S Every bottle sold Is warranted to give satlflfacuorj Price I . BO per bottle . Sold by druprlsts , or sent by • eip ressTchargcs paid , with full direct loni for its use . Send for descriptive circulars . THB LAWBBMC-WITiT . IAMB CO . Cleveland O . t _ aa _ a __ a _ aa __^_« a __ Ba _ l ^_|§ JlS 0 a __ P ARGUS ING HEAL- ^_ H _____^ LOTION . V > fi 5 ^ E __!_ Sc-o * i For all wounds - \/ TBJmyc J . - MHSN _ and abrasions of B ^ //_ ajii- _ E _^_ P * K \ Y tbs skin . One bottle makes one gallon of lotion . THE AEGUS BESIEDT CO ., DEOATUB , HI . Gentlemen : During th » year 1898 we bandied and sold 2 J , t 81 head o...

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Drinking Water While Work -ing in the Field . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 March 1898

Drinking Water While Working in the Field . • re Yv __ K . _ i __ i A person s system needs a certain amount ot moisture to sustain it , and • when in active exercise a little more is needed , and it is just a matter of habit whether that moisture is taken three times a day or at intervals of half an hour , as is the custom with a large majority . The best authorities claim that the most of the moisture taken into the stomach should be taken within an hour after eating , and they also claim that water should not be taken into the stomach the latter part of the half day , and more especially if one is tired , as it overworks the kidneys and impairs digestion . Now , that is other peoples opinions . But we will go back before I was posted that way , and when I , like the large majority of others , thought I had to have a drink three or four times , or maybe more , during the half day , either going to some spring or well to get water or taking a jug of water to the field with me , and...

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The Carbolic * Acid Treatment . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 March 1898

The Carbolic * Acid Treatment . \\ ro VA _ C _ _ B _ SBJ ln a recent issue of your paper , I read an article on abortion in cows written by A . X . Hyatt . I see that he ¦ rather makes light of the carbolic acid cure recommended by the Farmer . I agree with him in regard to feeding | | oats . We feed oats to our cows , calves , | | pigs , hogs , colts , and horses * . We be- ¦ lieve they are one of the finest rations to feed along with corn , and they may have something to do with the prevention of abortion in cows in some cases . We have had a little experience with this trouble in our herd . In 1895 , we lost quite a number of calves from this trouble , the cows dropping their calves between six and eight months . Among the number was one full-blooded cow . She lost her calf or aborted two years in succession , and if she had been a grade would ere this have been sold for beef . Being a valuable cow , we held on to her , and this time she seemed to get along all right for about se...

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A Hint on Tiling . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 March 1898

A Hint on Tiling . CO , t „ C „ ?*_ £ _ As one interested in farming and tile drainage , allow me to say that the article on the first page of the issue of March 4 th is all right as far . as it goes . It lacks , however , one thing , namely , directions to give the tile air . At intervals of fifteen or twenty rods , I lay stones the width of the ditch and carry them up to the top . When possible , I put them at points where the tile goes under the fence , and one at the beginning of the drain . I do this so as to allow the air to force the water out of the tile , just as you give a keg or barrel ventilation for the same purpose . This will give the water greater current and keep the tile clear from sediment . A six-inch tile with plenty of air chambers will carry off more water than an eight inch without them . This is no dream . I have eight hundred rods of tile put in in this way , and one hundred and fifty without the air passages . The one hundred and fifty rods is eight inch t...

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Diarrhoea in Colts . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 March 1898

Diarrhoea in Colts . Many colts are lost each year from scouring . This is brought on by overfeeding , or exposure , and , if it is not checked at once , the growth of the colt will be seriously interfered with . Professor Henry recommends parched flour , rice meal gruel , and boiled milk as excellent correctives . We knew a farmer once who raised quite a number of horses , and he always carried in his pocket during the \ foaling season a piece of whang , or hometanned leather . When the colt took the diarrhoea , he tied it as tightly as possible around the tail at the root , and claimed it to be a preventive . The only effect , however , that we could ever see was that the pain inflicted prevented the colt from straining , and in this way possibly did some little good . The best way to correct the diarrhoea is to correct the digestion by giving easily digested food . When constipation , the opposite extreme , occurs there is nothing better than castor oil or an injection of warm so...

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IT DON T COST MUCH [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 March 1898

IT DON T COST MUCH To travel these days , just as low rates to Northwest and Klondike via . Chicsg * Great Western Hallway as can be made by any other line . Superior service of fast trains with free chair cars , best sleepers and European Flan dining oars , Sea Agents ,

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 March 1898

^ V ; J _^> ii The __ *** rEc , t complete _ line Wof farm _ niachlnery 7 iMmanufactured _ , byanj ! EMi single concern _—tieNf-worldi 5 . I \ JBf \ | 1 embraces 0 abarno Columbia Mora . Horn and Cultivators , J t Adjuatablo Peg-Tooth Harrow ., Sulky Spring-Tooth Harrow , . I Oaborne Combination Harrow , . Spring-Tooth Harrow * I • f Columbia nexBtlo Rorermlbla Dlac Harrow ., Rival LVac Harrow ., \ * I Columbia Inclined CornHarvoaUar A Binder , All-Steel Tedder ., 1 Columbia Mower . < 1 A 2-hormei All-SteolSolfBumpRakaa , f \ § Columbia Grain Harvemfmr and Binder . All-StetjlHandDump Rakes , A I Columbia Reaper , Everymachlneisfullvwarrantedandlsthebestotlts class that / y J HO _» . a a nemper _¦•_¦>• , ami aafta . . can be produced with good material , complete equipment , su- - perlor skill and long experience . f \ _ t ^_ . *_ Mn _ J lite Out shown COLUMBIA hero HORSE i . that HOE otour AMD OSBORHE CULTIVATOR I I , ^ 1 l ^ ^^ . _ K which , takenas...

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 March 1898

ai »_ l _ yMM—_ y _>» l _»_—lift »_ a _ h _»| CLOVER SEED Laffset crowen of On . and Clover Seeda . __ -aarioa . COOOaeraa . OnrOiassMlzt—as . last allfstlme . Headowa sown ln April will give a < ffonajogenp— Jnlz . Prices dirt cheap . _ m > moth cMalogne and 11 pkn . Grass aad On—a freafor bnt lUc postage . C * . ogns alone Co . nia a . tuzcK t ceo n .. u cntn . wis . # * W _* W-W * W-W-W ^_ SWffW _*» S- _ W _ l

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Experience in Growing Calves by Hand . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 March 1898

Experience in Growing Calves by Hand . In our last issue we called attention to the fact that it was an economic necessity for the farmers of the Northwest to master the science and acquire the art of growing calves by hand . In order to convince the skeptical that it was entirely possible to grow first-class calves by hand , and that too on separator milk , we published the following list of questions which we requested our readers who were engaged in solving the problem to answer : 1 . If you grow calves by hand , do you feed skim-milk or separator milk ? 2 . With what do you balance the ration ? 3 . Do you feed warm or cold , sweet or sour ? 4 . How often do you feed and how much ? 5 . What will your calves weigh at six months old ? The answers began to come sooner than we expected . The paper reached our readers Saturady , and on Tuesday morning the following answers were received : Mr . L . C . Norton , of Sarpy county , Nebraska , writes : In reply to your questions in regard ...

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Growing Mangels . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 March 1898

Growing Mangels . To WALLACES * ITAAXEBC The root crop is destined to occupy a more prominent place in Iowa Agriculture . Many farmers who have grown a few sugar beets as an experiment and fed those not used for analyses are so well pleased with the results that they declare they will never again be without roots for winter feeding of stock . Our soil and agricultural conditions are eminently adapted to the growth of mangels and sugar beets . I am frequently asked to give directions for the cultivation of the root crop . The first essentials are good seed and good soil . Buy seed from a reliable dealer and insist on the highest germinating quality . The soil should be clean and free from corn stalks or other material that will interfere with cultivation while the plants are small . Fall plowed stubble or meadow usually afford the best conditions . Cultivate or disk and harrow thoroughly immediately before planting . The rollers or float should also be used just before planting in or...

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 March 1898

I The Great Doddle Dispersion Sale . \ At Pleasant Ridge Farm , Near \ ^ 5 I GLARINDA , On ( Page the Above Co . ) Date IOWA I Will , Close THURSDAY Out My Entire , Herd APRIL of 7 , 1898 . f ^ t ABERDEEN-ANGUS CATTLE i _ k At public auction . This offering Includes the great stock bull , Black Knight 3 d , and many excellent representatives of mosti popular . families of the breed , such as the Black- -O W birds Queen Mothers , Heather Blooms , Princesses , Westertowu Eoses , etc . The females of prpperagefor breeding are either incalltoBlack Knight 3 d , or have calves at side B * 7 _ Theyoung bulls and lioifers are the get ol Jean s Abactor and Eric Estil , a full brother to the first and second prize yearlings at the Columbian Exposition . The offering also _| B % includes a number of the get of Jim Bloom , the finely finiihed and highly bred son of Imp . Jim Jams . No better offering will be made this year . Catalogues are now ready . BW * Z Bend for one . All interested are co...

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Seeds and Plants from the Far East . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 March 1898

Seeds and Plants from the Far East . Professor N . E . Hansen , formerly of the Iowa Agricultural College , gave us a pleasant hour last week on his return from a special mission for the Department of Agricultural in the far East . Professor Hansen left on his mission in June of last year , stopped in London a few days and secured what infoimation he could relative to the agriculture of eastern Russia , and went to Hamburg , Berlin , Moscow , St . Petersburg , then through Russia to the Caucasus , then easterly to the borders of China , and north by sleigh eight hundred miles to the Siberia railroad , and then home . He has secured among other things a great variety of plants peculiar to the semi-arid Turkestan , the ancient kingdom of Tamerlane , which it is hoped will be exceeding valuable in the semi-arid regions of the West . Among others he has procured a variety of alfalfa that is believed to have been grown in that country a thousand years and much superior to the alfalfa fro...

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Grain Reserves . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 March 1898

Grain Reserves . The Department has made its usual report on the reserves of grain in farmers hands March 1 st . They made some special investigations on wheat this year inasmuch as it was generally believed by the dealers that the Department estimates had been too low for some years . It now reports that 22 . 9 per cent of last year s crop , or 121 , 000 ,- 000 bushels , is still on hand for seed and bread requirements . This is 33 ,- 000 , 000 bushels in excess of the farm reserve reported one year ago . The proportion of the crop of 1 S 97 shipped beyond county lines is 50 . 7 per cent . The corn in farmers hands is estimated at 783 . 000 . 000 bushels , or 41 . 1 per cent of last year s crop , as against 1 . 164 . 000 . 000 bushels , or 51 per cent , on hand March 1 , 1 S 97 , and 1 . 072 . 000 . 000 bushels , or 49 . S per cent on March 1 , 189 G- This shows what we have heretofore indicated , that the requirements for export and feed from March 1 . 1897 , to March 1 , 1898 . h...

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A Desirable Road Law . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 March 1898

A Desirable Road Law . TO _ LTJUI _ VAK—C & r I notice in your issue of March 11 th an article entitled A Desirable Road Law . If you will look at Chapter 22 , Laws of 1894 , you will find the same law , Section 986 , Section 546 , etc . You will , therefore , see that it has been adopted and abandoned . It places too much power in the hands of selfish men . Where the treasure is , there will the heart be also . There is too much selfishness in mankind generally . Our old district laws can not be bettered . Our town , Lotts Creek , is divided into six districts , two miles by four . A supervisor is certainly interested in his own district , his traveling over it continually , and therefore knows every corner and section line and where the work should be done . If you give the control of the roads of a whole township to some kid-gloved fellow at three dollars per day , and application is made for road work , he will politely say : Good day ; when I have a convenient seaso...

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

: FARMS FOR SALE AND EXCHANGE . Parties desiring a change of location should wrlte ns . We have farms in 8 , E . Iowa , Central and S . W . Missouri , 8 , B . Kansas and alone Iron Mt . B . B . In Arkansas , A finely improved fare , well located , grod soil , near Henrietta , Texas , Price $ 4 , 600 . will exchange for Iowa farm . A first-class Missouri flouring mill to exchange for western land value $ 8 , 000 . Write us if you have any kind of propositions connected with real estate . Agents f . > r Port Arthur , Texas property . BOIES Ss HOPE . Birmingham . Ia . or BOIES BROS . SedalU , Mfssonri . California Lands . Why will you farmers stay in Iowa and freeze when you can buy choice lands in ( altfornia for $ 20 to $ 35 per acre that will produce grain or fruit ? AieoOOacrer-mchatSSperacre . No cyclones or blizzards . WriteE . B . SMITH . Boom 703 Claus Spreckeli Bids ., San Frapclscu , California . FOB 8 A _ E OB EXCHANGE . 80 acre ranch near Newcastle , California ,...

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