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

SHALL WE ENDURE OR CURE ACHESPAINS ? A 8 K THOSE WHO HAVE U 8 EO ST . JACOBS FOR THEV KNOW 8 sBs « L THE COMFORT OF ^ mW ^ aWtm ^ - PROMPT RELIEF . ______ S _ KIH __ sBHr FAMOUS OHIO First , Best and Most Extensively Used Riding Cultivator on the Market . Made in all steel or all wood , with 4 , 6 , or 8 shov els , as the buyer desires Has Stook Cutter Attachment . Handled by the best dealers , and used by the most progressive fannerB . Send for Free Catalogue whioh will tell yon all about it , to OHIO CULTIVATOR CO , Bellevne , Ohio PPPlPPyy lng ™ mill . and rrlnd -11 Weds ot • GRINDER gnin . A wonderful machine . < _ al __ g _ S . nfach . rer of Steel Wind »«» . KB . WINGER . StationB . CHICAM . Prensure between tfS 0 * n S ^ Tfc I ^ ree Inside burr bun bin Grinding »& s ^ iS __________ r n votrea twice to lacarrliMou chill- sweep s one . Or- ^ m ^^^ m < ^ S ^ AiUDOuBSS |^ La 3 == m . DAiHGEARED ^^ g ^^ ^ Sold under an absolute guarantee to do dou...

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About the Institutes , [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 8 April 1898

About the Institutes , TO W-LLU-Cia _ . _______ t Recent editorals and the circular from the Mahaska County Farmers Institute , prompt me to report that the Marshall County Farmers Institute , at its last session , February 24 th and 25 th —which happened to be just at the time the Harriman bill was reported in the daily papers—unanimously adopted and sent to the legislature a warm protest against placing the Farmers Institutes under the control of a state board—for which they have not asked , and in which they are given no representation —and against any legislation tending to interfere with the autonomy of the county organizations as provided under the existing law . It was pointed out , without antagonizing in their proper limits the various societies and associations of a more or less agricultural nature , that they do not fitly represent the plain farmers , whose only common meeting ground is the present unfettered county farmers institute . It was further suggested , that chan...

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The Road Question . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 8 April 1898

The Road Question . ro V . ____ . I __ . C __ 8 PAKMBBI Mr . P . J . Walker voices my sentiments , with those of many others , on the new road law question , therefore I will only supplement it with a few remarks . Who is . more interested than the farmers who use the roads for hauling the heaviest loads ? And we pay the taxes . This ever-changing road supervisors is not -a good thing to do . A good supervisor should be continued and he would in a short time set the pace for others to follow . Our road tax should be higher and wisely expended . Good roads by every farm is an added and permanent investment and improvement . Would the county collect the poll taxes as well as the district supervisor ? It takes time with a moderate tax to get all the roads in good shape , but with our improved machinery . it will be done . A great many things can be said and written pro and con on any subject I , for one , am not in favor of creating so many high-salaried offices to prey upon the tax pa...

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The Road Question . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 8 April 1898

The Road Question . _ o Wuuc-ta ? ________» As there is so much talk about bad roads at this time of year , I would like to make a few suggestions as to how we might get better roads with little expense . First , pur wagon manufacturers ought to introduce ball bearings on all wagons , the same as used on bicycles and on some of our selfbinders , then use broad tires , four to six inches wide . Broad-tired wagons are the salvation of good roads . I have for seven years nearly every day made practical use of four-inch tired wagons on the farm and on the road , in the mud and on gravel roads , and am satisfied that broad tires are the proper thing to use . My fellows are one and a half inches thick , beveled from center of fellow to outside . The outside of fellow is not over half an inch thick and have a three-eighths inch tire on these fellows . I notice through the country where they have broad-tired wagons they are generally too heavy and clumsy . They disgust the farmers and creat...

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MORE CHANGES . rates the [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 8 April 1898

MORE CHANGES . rates the To travel at reduced on Chicago Great Western Bailway s Bomeseekers Bxonisions to points in the south , west and northwest on Tuesdays , April Sth and 19 th . Only two dollars more than one fare for the round trip . Detailed information regarding rates , routes or train service cheerfully furnished by W . H . Long , C . P . & . T . A ., Fifth and Walnut Sta . Gnat Rock Island Route Hap ot Alaska now ready : the moat complete folder and map of tha Klondike region ever issued . It show * location of gold mines , what la costs to go there sjid beat rout * -. What to take , whan to go . wagea paid . Uvlng expense ; and . In a , onvenlent and condensed form . lives valuable Information . On * copy will t » aent yoa fee * . toss muuRiAi .. a . E . A ,, outgo

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 8 April 1898

Short-horns , Must Sell at , Once , Ten head of lone yearling fc ^ B hellers . Ten cows bred . Fit- ^^ K ^^ BV keen young bnlla from 10 to 30 J ^ KJI months old . Quality and ^ ^ BnX ^^ ajA breeding the beat . Come and _ * B-Ba ** BS __ _ P see them or write . J 0 HM CRESSWELL , Bonawte . U TX . WK 8 TBOPK a SON , Harlan , Iowa , ¦ breeders of Short-horn cattle . Ten Young Bulls At for service for sale now . uood inmnaaals , the best breeding . Come and ¦ ee them or writs . Short-horn Cattle . Registered stock of both sexes for sale at all times . Onr cattle are all red in eolor and of the short-legged blocky kind . We breed for sise and Quality . Onr herd bnll weighs 8 , 000 pounds , Prices to suit the times . Write , J 1 J , IIIUI l . IK . TIIEI , T 1 HI CI ., llll , POLLED DURHAM CATTLE . Hales and females , good breeding and good individuals . A . K . amd O . I . BTJBI _ E 1 GH . Maxon , m . WALNUT CREEK HERD . Scotoh . toppedShorthorn cattle . Cruickshank bnll Counsellor U 18 _...

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CO N SU M P T ION C U RED . from practicehad [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 8 April 1898

CO N SU M P T ION C U RED . from practicehad An old ohyslclan . retired , nlactd In hla hands by an East India missionary the formula of a simple vegetable remedy for the aneady and permanent cure of Consump tion . Bronchitis , Catarrh . Asthma and all Throat and Lung Affections , also , * P ° 1 Uv , ? and radical cure for Nervous Debility and all Nervous Complains . Having tested IU wonderful curative powers in thousands of cases , and desiring to relieve human suffering . I will send free of charge to all who wtah it . tWa recipe . In German . French or English , with full dlreetlons for preparing and using . Sent by mail by addressing , with stamp , naming thla paper . W . A . Noyea . 820 Powers Block . Roohaater . New York .

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 8 April 1898

CLOVER SEED ] , is always T-JXI 7-. l __ B _ l _ . __ E and always Bells atl 1 i affoodpHce . Tbe quantity per acre depends ! i upon saving it all . The quality and grciloi i i depends upon saving it in ffte bettt way . Both ( 1 1 conditions are met perfectly by the , i ! American Buncher and SoBtl Savopm ( , The cut shows how it ojterates . Easily and quickly , i attached to ftiy mower . It will follow rittht after i ( 1 » any machine now ui » e . i . anil will mive one-third i \ more need than can otherwise be secured , lallrht ,, 1 . ntronjr and durable . A * k your dealer for it . Cata * . i logue and testimonials from users rent FKKE . i American Buncher Manfg . Ooa Indtanapoiia , ind , ^^*^^^^^ % *^*^ + % **^* S ^***> l *** mS ^*^^^* m . ELECTRIC m qjMlW Onrperfsct tamle - ^ of ^ viaMn s ^ theot material used in its construction leads us to . gaUsxen tobet __>^____ k _ K _» T . STRONGEST , MOST BBTtt j ^ mWm ^ SSJS ^ Wi Electric Steel Wheels amy Wheels he...

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 8 April 1898

GALVANIZED STEEL TANKS I IBnilt in all shapes and sizes for STOOK watering , Storage , Creamery and Dairy , as well as all purposes for which a QOOD TANK is wanted . It will Pay Yonto write ns stating what yon want in this line AMEBIC * -. STEEL TANK CO , Faotoriea : Waterloo , Iowa ; Kansas City , Mo . andMisha aka , Ind . ^^^^ B ^^^^ H | Galvanised , tnallslna , mmsm ronnd , ol ) long or _ qn __» ^ H ^ H ^ Kl , B . WXHGES . ^^^^^^^^^^ ^ mmWila ^ m ^^ mWtm ( Jt ) Chicago . Farmers-Break the Buggy Monojoly . It Is claimed tbat for years bngoy manufacturers have secured exorbitant prices for their goods , bnt recently , through the combined assistance of the farmers of lowa , Illinois and other states S EABS , KOBDCCK & Co .. of Chicago , have got the price of open buygieB down to $ 16 50 ; TOD Buggies . $ 22 . 15 ; Top Snrries . $ 13 .. 5 and upwards , and they are shipping them in immense numbers directto farmers in every state . They send an immense Buggy Catalogue fre...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 8 April 1898

PLYMOUTH BOCKS . ~~ V . Eock eggs 20 for $ 100 ; $ 1 . 00 per 100 . MRS . B , A . D . Mas WELL , Vinton . Iowa . WILLOW LAWN POULTRY Yards ot Barred Plymouth Hocks . Pen No , 1 mated for cockerels by F . H . Shellenbarger . Pen No . _ mated for pullets . Eggs $ 1 . 50 per thirteen . A fair hatch guaranteed . L . C . BROOK , Alden , Iowa . d > I BUYS 15 ; $ 1 . 75 buys 30 S . C . B . P . Book eggs a I ¦ from strains of Todd , Bid Conger , Shoemaker , Felch and Thompson . Ordera taken now . L , L . DE YOPNQ , Sheldon , Iown . . BABBED P . Bocks exclusively . Etrgs all season , 13 for _ 5 cts or 30 for $ 1 . 50 . Mention this paper , Mrs . M . M . Garing , Montezuma , Iowa . BOCKS exclusively . Birds farm raised BP i . and bred for size , color and egg production . Eggs 15 for $ l . C 0 . Mrs . M , L . Knonf , Norwalk , la . from pure bred B . P . - Rocks , ShellabarEGGS for 15 eggs ; $ 1 . 15 for ger-Holt stock . $ 1 00 30 ; 40 or more 5 c each . W . O . Tice , Monroe , la ...

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Poultry Department . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 8 April 1898

Poultry Department . All contributions intended for this department tm . uld ! • addressed I nrHiv Department , aire •• . i > * FABMEB . _«• - . M . iw . lima . Success With Poultry . Sat WALLACES VABMBBl This is the season of the year that poultry news is the most interesting . 1 noticed in last week s Farmer a comment on the absurdity of hatching out good chickens and then letting them die for the want of care and the necessary stick-to-it-iveness that brings genuine success in any occupation we undertake . It s my opinion , the little comment referred to is applicable to many things in connection with the poultry business . The old saying , that figures wont lie , is disputed eyery day when we depend too much on the figures . There is a craze going ( I believe it is generally called chicken fever ) that leads us estray before we fairly get started . We send off for poultry guides and almanacs and incubator catalogues , and read up and get the poultry business figured o...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 8 April 1898

BEAUTIFUL S . L . Wyandoitesiexclusively , farm range . Eggs $ 1 per 15 ; ChiefTeoiim . seh fall boars , good ones . John Swing , iflsk , la . Wyandottes scoring 90 to 933 £ , beautifully SL , . laced , fine combs and under color ; eggs $ 1 to $ 2 . P . Guinea eggs 75 c . MRS . S . E . ALLEY , Greenfield , Iowa . LANGSHANS . ~ LACK Lanshan eggs $ 1 for 15 : $ 1 . 75 for » : B $ _ . 50 for 45 . Over 3 sittings at one shipment at 75 c each . First-class stock . A good hatch guaranteed with proper oars . A . J . Baowaa , Kingsley , Iowa . HIGH Bcoring B . LangBhans . Eggs $ 1 and $ 1 . 50 per 15 . MRS . ALLEBLA . M TERS , Diagonal , la . BRAHMAS . ^ IGHT Brahmas of the best strains . Write Lfor prices . They will be right . O . A . BUBKHABT , Zearlng , Iowa . LIGHT Brahmas exclusively for 15 years . Prices moderate . W . O . Fritchman , Muscatine , la . Brahmas exclusively , choice Btock , Eggs LT 75 cents per Betting . A . B . HowB , Council Bluffs , Iowa . LIGHT BBAHMAS . If you want...

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 8 April 1898

Largo B P . Bocks . Hens 8 to 10 lbs . mated with large , high scoring cockerels . We buy direct from HawkinB & other best breeders . Eggs $ 1 25 per 13 . Send draft or express order . S . B . WENGER & Co ., Oresswell , la .

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 8 April 1898

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Young Turkeys , [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 8 April 1898

Young Turkeys , To W AIXAOBS B , ____ D _ BI As the time Is new here for hunting our turkeys nests , It Is time to begin to talk of the best plan for raising the young turks , and I will give my plan . I do not count my turkeys till I have them ready to sell in the fall , for we are apt to lose some times half that we have hatch . I try to have two or three sittings ready at the same time . I put the two sittings under chicken hens , giving them nine eggs each , and if possible have a turkey hen sit at the same time , so they can all come off so as to all go with the turkey hen , though for the first two or three weeks I keep the chicken mothers in coops close to the turkey mother , so the little ones can learn her call ; then feed with the turkey mother and they will all get together . Then when the young turkeys seem strong enough and the weather warm enough , I take the chicken mothers away , and so they all go to the turkey mother , and keep them up till they are about four week...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 8 April 1898

SUCCUSS Beardless Barley snd German Millet Seed each 7 oc per bu ., sacks free iu orders of two bu . or more . WH . JAMBS , Wyoming , la . MISOELLANEO US . EGGS $ 1 per 13 . Lt Brahma , Buff Cochin , Houdans , 8 . < ! . B . Leghorn and B . P . Bocks . B . B . WILKINSON , S ° ymour , Iowa . LIVE and Let Live Poultry Yards . The farmer s best kinds . R . L Wyandottes , Barred and White P . Bocks , high grade some scoring 95 Eggs , 14 , tl . 50 ; 2 or more sittings 10 per cant , discount . I pay the express . MET L . SA - LBT , Hampton , Iowa WHITE and Black Langshans and B . P . Bock eggs $ 1 . 50 for IS , $ 2 . 50 per 30 . MBS . GEO . MOKINLKY , Humeston , Iowa . EGGS from ohoice B . P . Bocks and S . G . B . Leghorns SI 00 per 15 : SI 50 per 30 . M . B . Turkey eggs $ 2 . 00 per 8 . J . W . BEED , Box 205 , Lorimor , Iowa . P . Duck & W . P . Rnckeggs . Strawbry plants , W • prices free , E , BRIN TN ALL , Aurora , Iowa . ROSE Comb Brown Leghorns , Barred and ...

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Poultry Pointers . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 8 April 1898

Poultry Pointers . T * eivl the advertisement of H . Baird , I-urekn . TIllnnR . Toi . n Oncke . PPilov Town , place * his advertisement In this issue . Fee his prices on etrtr .. Pee the new advertisement of Almn Cole Pieerklng . Plalnfleld , WK , which appears ln this issue . T . nok un the advertisement nf , T . S . Rtonebraker . Panola . HI . T T e offers cp _ . s from cpvernl breeds . Floyd Teem . T . eWi-h Town . offers to f _ I 1 Tt . r \ B . T _ . ep . horn errs for fiO rents . TTe has other .. reeds , also . Geo . P . Marshall . Monroe . Towa . sells thirteen of hl « One Plymouth T _ ock eggs for $ .. 00 . Pee his advertisement . Tf von want B . Plymouth Rock eggs of the eholoest strains , correspond nt once with P . Tl . Cherry . Knnxvllle , Towa . . Tno . T-Wlng . Fisk . Town . Is pelllnp epps from his beautiful Silver T .-oert Wyandottes nt the very low price of J 1 for 15 . Mr . M . T .. TCnoiif . Norwnlk . Town , hns a few ilttlnes of B . Plymouth Book epps to spare . ...

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Random Notes . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 8 April 1898

Random Notes . Co WAL 1 _ -C _ : S ITAB __ n _» Do you enjoy the luxury of a good asparagus bed ? If not , why not ? There is no more toothsome vegetable than this succulent plant . It Is easily grown and cared for and comes some weeks earlier than other vegetables . Try a few plants this year , and my word for lt , you will never regret it . . . * Do not be persuaded to remove your bees from the cellar too early . A neighbor , thinking because we had a few warm days , that spring was upon us . removed his honey-producers to their summer stand . That night the wind changed to the north , and the wind it blew , and the snow it snew . After the storm was over he found his bees had an departed for their happy hunting ground . It takes more than one swallow to make a summer . • * • My better half says that posts planted in the earth , upper end down , will last longer than those that are set in the natural position in which the tree grew . • • • Judicous advertising increases many a new...

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