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DATES CLAIMED FOR LIVESTOCK SALES . kNI [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 1 April 1898
DATES CLAIMED FOR LIVESTOCK SALES . kNI PO __&gt; -C- __ N _ U _ . Sept . tt OBrien Bros .. Wankoa . Iowa . Oat . * . A . U . CaMwell * Son . New Holland , October 13 th , W . K . Wilson , Arlspe , la . OoL 17 . H . M . Hetsger . Fairfield . Iowa . m . Jaa . IX UN . I . X . Bun . Tajlomrtlls , nl . Jaa . a , WA A . U . OaldweU * Boa , Bprlng aaUL m . BBOXT-KO-tm . ABSU t , A . Cooler A Boaa . Osceola , Iowa . April 16 th , H . H . Grimes , Belton , Mo . April 16 th , J . F . Flnley , Breckenrtdge , Mo . April __ , T . R . Westrope &amp; Son , Harlan , Iowa ; sale to be held at South Omaha , Neb . April _» . O . B . Ward . Hawaxden , Iowa ; sale to be held at South Omaha , Neb . Aasfl tl , C . a Blgler . Hartwlek . Iowa . April 28 th , E . B . Mitchell &amp; Son , Danvers , HK-UDTORBS . April U . T . F . B . Botham , C-Ulooths , Ho . April li . Boot . * Harsh , Beltoa , He . ABB-tDBmN ANaTJB CATT- JEL AflU T . W . 0 . Tsnughsn , Clariada , Iowa . - Advertieert...
FIELD NCTEfe [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 1 April 1898
FIELD NCTEfe Remember the Cooler dispersion sale of Short-horns , at Osceola , April 6 th . This la the last call for Karnagahan s dispersion Bale of Angus to be held at Ciarinda , lowa , April 7 th . The Cash Buyers Union are selling bicycles very low , and will give the privilege ot examination before paying . Their advertisement appears elsewhere . Wonderfully low prices on bicycles are bein * made by the Mead Cycle Company , 2 S 1 Avenue A , Chicago . See the advertisement in this InW . - — ——- Notice the reduced prices the A . A . Berry Seed Co ., Ciarinda , lowa , is making on improved larm seeds . They are given in tne advertisement on another page . The Bateman Mfg . Co ., Centervllle , lowa , advertise their celebrated Hercules grubber an another page . For descriptive Circulars write tnem , mentioning Wallaces Farmer . Mr . J . H . Irwin , proprietor of the Walnut Creek herd of Short-horn cattle . Belle Flaine , lowa , has some good young stock for sale . Write him for par...
The Jones' Chief Tecumseh 2 k Sale . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 1 April 1898
The Jones Chief Tecumseh 2 k Sale . The severe blizzard over central and northern Iowa and Illinois unquestionably was accountable for the absence of a large number of breeders who would otherwise have been present at the Cfilef Tecumseh 2 d bred sow sole , held at Des Moines , Iowa , Monday . March 28 th , by W . A . Jones , of Van Meter . While the crowd was not as large as had been anticipated , yet when the round up was made about 1 o oclock , there were representative breeders from lowa and adjoining states , and an even greater number of others were represented by bids in the hands of different parties around the ring . As was announced in the advertisement In Wallaces Farmer , old Chief Tecumseh 2 d himself was present , and the sale was opened by driving the old hog Into the ring . Col . Woods paid a glowing tribute to the old Chief , pronouncing him the greatest hog of any breed , living or dead . Chief is now coming eight years of age , and , as Is natural , shows his age ...
The Owen Short-horn Sale . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 1 April 1898
The Owen Short-horn Sale . The Short-horn sale held by R . E . Owen , of WlUiamsburg , Iowa , last week kas . like all the other soles that have been held this year , very satisfactory . A number of well known breeders picked up some of the choice things of the offering , and the others were quickly taken at fair prices by parties in the neighborhood . A detailed report follows : Hopes Beauty 3 d , Cookson Bros ., Downey , la ., $ 160 . 00 . Royal Charter 10 th , Nichols &amp; Gibson , West Liberty , la ., $ 160 . 00 . Royal Charter 13 th , David Jay , Blakesburg , la ., $ 146 . 00 . Beauty Pride B . 2 d , McLeod Bros ., Belle Flaine , la ., $ 260 . 00 . Sincerity , G . H . Hoadley &amp; Son , Cedar Rapids , la ., $ 210 . 00 . Lady Fountain 12 th , John Wilson , Danvers , 111 ., $ 13 C . OO . Red Beck 4 th , Cookson Bros ., $ 110 . 00 . Red Beck 2 d , D . A . Jones , WlUiamsburg , la ., $ 90 . 00 . Lady Fountain 10 th , James A . Hunter , Marengo , la ., $ 136 . 00 ....
The Escher Angus Sale . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 1 April 1898
The Escher Angus Sale . The pubUc sale of Angus cattle , held at the Long Branch farm at Botna , Iowa , by Charles Escher &amp; Sons , was well attended and may be considered a very satisfactory sale . There were between five and six hundred people present when the auctioneer mounted the block . Unfortunately , the sale amphitheater which had been constructed was not very weU adapted to handling a crowd of this size , and we think It likely that the cattle would have brought pretty close to one thousand dollars more had the people been comfortably seated In a large tent . Owing to the number of people present there is no question but a number of bids were lost because of the dlfilcuity In catching the eye of tne auctioneer . Messrs . Escher laid themselves out to make the crowd comfortable , and everybody was taken care of at dinner in one of the three houses on the farm . The cattle were In excellent condition . Before the sale we said that we believed tms would be the best...
Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 1 April 1898
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The Grain Cost of Calves the First Year . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 1 April 1898
The Grain Cost of Calves the First Year . Mr . D . Cahalan , of Cerro Gordo county , Iowa , In a paper read before the Farmers Institute at Mason City last year , gave his method and the cost of growing calves aside from the milk , which may interest many of our readers . His plan is to have the calves come in September or October on account of the superior profit of winter dairying . In addition to the skim-milk he would give them in December a pint of oats and a pound of clover hay , increasing these gradually until March , when he would wean them and give two quarts of oats , one quart of wheat bran , and all the clover hay they want . He would feed the same in April . In May he would gradually reduce the grain ration so that by the 15 th of May the calves would not be eating over a pint a day . About the 25 th he would turn the calves Into a ten acre clover pasture and leave them to enjoy themselves and grow fat until the first of October . He would expect the calves at the same...
A Suffering Soldier . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 1 April 1898
A Suffering Soldier . This veteran fought for his country ; suffered untold hardships , and returned with health shattered . Many a brave soldier has the same histwy . To-day this one rejoices in a new-found strength and tells his experience to benefit others . No man is better known and liked in that rich tire of Illinois counties , of which Peoria is the centre , than genial Chester S . Harrington . of Princeville . Ill . Mr . Harrington is a veteran ot the late war . Like many another brave soldier , he suffered not only during that service , but for years afterwards from diseases contracted then . For years his health was shattered ; his sufferings increased . He was unable to gain relief , but now he tells a story which is of profit to many : 1 served three years in the 134 th Illinois , enlisting at Kewanee , 111 ., said he . I was in Libby Prison and suffered like many another Northern soldier . The strain of army life did its work in undermining my healih , although the coll...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 1 April 1898
EDGE TO BEEKEEPERS -ONLY—A HandrilCE some catalogue for 1895 . Address , INTEBST AIT MANTJFAOTOBINQ CO ., Hudson , Wis . • flUm-eMta impwrt Whiter CM * . Bee Hives , Sections , Shipping Cases . Everything used by Deekeepers . Orders fiUad promptly , ¦• nd for aatalqMkMEU-NMl Be * KMsen * SBntflM . Co . Nleolet Island , Ulnnea-kflls .-Unn ,
Sorine Management of Bees [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 1 April 1898
Sorine Management of Bees Many of our readers do , and every one of them should , keep a few hives of bees on the farm for the purpose of furnishing to the little folks and the sick , at least , all the honey that they wish to eat from year s end to year s end . A few hives of pure or high grade Italian bees , a few dollars invested in hives , which if properly painted will last a lifetime , and a little care , will provide all of this one pure sweet distilled by nature herself in the flowers that is needed on any farm . Many farmers provide the hives and the bees and yet fail to receive the benefit through neglect of doing some things just at the right time . A great many hives will be practically useless during the summer because of a little lack of the right kind of spring management . If the bees are in the cellar and quiet , making no noise except when you tap on the hive , let them stay there until there is something for them to do outside . There is no use in taking bees from...
A Convenient Clevis . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 1 April 1898
A Convenient Clevis . The combination lock-pin clevis , manufactured by the Germany Manufacturing Company , No . 2 i 5 Dearborn street , Chicago , Ills . ; is one of tbe latest inventions , and a most useful article for the farmer and teamster . It will und oubtealy take tbe place of all the ordinary ; devices used in team work where changes are frequently m a ae . By raising or lowering a simple lockpiece this clevis can bo attached o r detached quickly aud easily . It is ironwith made of the best quality malleable , a safety steel lock-piece and bolt , which prevents the pin from working out of the eye . The pin is always ready for use and never rnsts tight . Time is also saved in looking for and replacing lost pins . It is so adjusted that it is utterly impossible for it to become unlock * d otherwise than at the will ot the operator , and there is nothing in its make-up that can get ont of order .
GREAT BOCK ISL . ND ROUTE MAP OF ALASKA folder and [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 1 April 1898
GREAT BOCK ISL . ND ROUTE MAP OF ALASKA folder and Now ready ; the most complete map of the Klondyke region ever issued . It shows location of gold mines , what it costs to go there and best routes . What to take , when to go , wages paid , living expenses , and in a convenient and condessed form gives valuable in formation . One copy will be sent you free . W t asking for the Gold Folder . Address JOHN SEBASTIAN , G P , A .. Chicago ,
f MORE CHANGES . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 1 April 1898
f MORE CHANGES . To travel at reduced rates on the Chicago Great Western Railway s Homeseekers Excursions to points in the louth , west and northwest on Tuesdays , April Sth and 19 th . Only two dollars more than one tare for the round trip . Detailed Information regarding rates , rontes or train service cheerfully famished by W . H . Long , C . P . &amp; . T . A „ Fifth and Walnut Sts .
Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 1 April 1898
Delivered at Your Station , r FreigM Paid . * r LsUlVIPtz I I IMRFR H IT WUAIEC 1 IC DDIf ^ EC You can buy Lumber as cheap Al WHULCOALE rmtt-3 . „ y 0 or Betail Dealer , and save his profit ( or yourself . We dont belong to any combine . Send ns yonx-bills . UNION LUMBER CO , Winona , Minn £ m 9 \\ W 7 ^ ^ r S . 5 m \ m W ¦&amp; You can buy just as cheaply as a dealer . We I I I Fk Fa 111 II dont belong to the combine . Remember our I II lUI _ K li mm grades are better than the grades of the same ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ I I I r I F name kept by the local dealer . We pay the I I 11 IIII I I freight and ship to any railroad station at ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦¦ Will mF *¦ Wholesale Prices . CARL L . STEWART LUMBER CO ., 1746 First St ., North Minneapolis , Minn ¦ . MACKS LUMP JAW CURE Need ! ORE * A _&gt; P--tCAr-ON . bottle One cattle cures \ from three to six head . It is used by all leading distill--U feeders . Perfectly safe to nse * Price , $ 2 . 00 . Mack Bros . &amp; Co .. Sole Proprie...
The DalnJ . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 1 April 1898
The DalnJ . Oar readers aw invited to contribute their ex ) perisntes to this department . Questions son * earning dairy mc nagsment Till bs eheerfuly answered . The Hand-Raised Calf . In our last issue we called the attention of our readers to the fact that the wising of calves by hand has become an economic necessity in Iowa and adjoining states . Hundreds of thousands of dollars have Dean lost this year by farmers in fee . lng stock so bred and fed in their earlier years that under no circumstances could they return a proft to the frtPder at the prices paid for fce feeders and the current prices of corn and fat cattle . The supply of cattle , as we have shown from recent reports from the department , -has been very seriously reduced , and we have scarcely yet reached the bottom of the reduction . For years to come , the important question will be : Where can the feeder and grazier secure cattle and calves good enough to eat the tame grasses of these Northwestern states ? While so...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 1 April 1898
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Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 1 April 1898
T ^^ lFiVE ^ Z &gt; /^ fllE saying , The man who milks ten cows cannot afforf to do , m _ f fl . without a Baby separator , Is now generally conceded to J m ma be absolutely true . In other words , the man who milks ton ? m cows &gt; will save enough butter fat in a very short time to mora than • m , pay for the separator , saying nothing about the superiority of the Ma 7 milk , when fed to the calves warm from the separator . 1 ¦ y But this question was put to us last week at th * great Dairy ? __ Mr Convention at Topeka , Kansas : Suppose a man has only five •* cows in milk all the time ; will it pay HIM to buy a Baby sepa- Ma 7 arator ? To this we answered Yes . JL T IF YOU WILL SEND US YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS 2 ? AND MENTION WALLACES FARMER , T M . WE WILL TELL YOU &lt; f » ew RA I aval CanaM-fnt * TA ( GKKIKAI , OITIOES : 7 * 1 Cortland St , N . T . V 7 V « LEVal OeparaTOr L 0 ., iJor . Canal * Randolph Ste ., Cbieaao , 111 . £ M ^^ A KV ^_ - ^^^_^^^_ I ^ ...