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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 15 April 1898

SEED CORN . Choice stock grown specially for seed purposes , hand selected and thoroughly tested . Ask for list . We annually supply seed corn to more farmers than any firm in the world , IOWA SEED CO .. Pes Moines , la . Seed Corn that Grows Improved Legal Tender , Yellow Dent , direct from originators . Beep grain , Immense yield , finest corn grown . Greatest prize winner . Guaranteed to please . Suited to central Iowa and south . 91 per bushel , sacks free . 10 bu . orders 90 c per bu . Write for circular and sample . NIM 9 BROS , Box 3 , Emerson , Iowa . Tested Seed Com . Bend 5 cents in stamps , for three Bample pack , ages ot the beet varieties of corn grown , and 20 page book , Hints On Cortf Growing ; How Up-to-Date Farmers Grow the Big Crops . Tbe Iowa Agricultural College grew M bn per acre of this corn , which gave 62 lbs of shelled corn from 70 lbs of ears . J . B . ASSIST BONG , Proprietor . Pleasant Valley Seed Corn Farm , Shenandoah , Iowa . Lejal Tender seed corn $ ...

Publication Title: Wallace's Farmer
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 15 April 1898

Selected Seed Corn We never had finer stocks of seed coin and prices are reasonable . This is a good year to change your Beed when we have the best to seleot from . Dont wait for a bad year when good corn Is hard to find , and price high . We have the Pride of the North , Leaning , Letal Tender , Champion , White Pearl and others . Catalogue sent free ; it tells all about them . We make special prices on Beveral bushels . Livingston s Seed Store , - ££ • • BEECHW 00 D SEED CORN IMPROVED LEAM 1 MG . The most bea « t _ fa yellow dent corn in the world , Average yield per acr > - at Illinois state experiment station for live years , . 4 4-5 bus . per acre , RE-IDS YELLOW DENT has won more first premiums at Illinois Btate fair than any other corn . Also first premium at Columbian Bipod tion ; about 10 days earlier than Learning . Oar stock is pnre , carefnly selected , fire dried , and will grow . Price , $ 1 per tn . Sacks free . J . H . COOLIDGE & SON . Gale-tan...

Publication Title: Wallace's Farmer
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 15 April 1898

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Reclaiming a Peat Bed . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 15 April 1898

Reclaiming a Peat Bed . Ii . J . B ., Corwith , Iowa , writes : I have just read your valuable article concerning alsike clover on slough or marshy land . The hints set forth therein are timely and to the point . Now , if you will kindly answer the following questions in your next issue , you will , I think , greatly favor many of your subscribers : I have about thirty acres of peat bed , which I broke out last August . The peat runs from eight to fourteen inches in depth . This bed overflows almost every spring , but has fair drainage through a six foot open ditch . I think the August breaking killed out most of the wild , coarse grass . Now , would you advise sowing alsike on this kind of a marsh ? Do you think the alsike roots would penetrate this spongy mass to the black soil below , and gain sufficient footing to endure our August and September drouths ? If so , would you advise sowing the alsike by itself or with a light seeding of some kind of grain ? How much seed would be r...

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How to Start in siheep . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 15 April 1898

How to Start in siheep . A good many farmers and some business men who own farms are asking us as to the best methods of starting in the sheep business . The question seems to he a simple one , yet it takes some time to give a definite answer . In the first place , we would not start in sheep in the corn and grass country unless we had tame pastures , fences , and buildings suitable for the accommodation of a flock . We would not start if the land on which the sheep are to be kept is wet or swampy . We would not start at all unless the owner or the man in charge was willing to give some time and attention to the study of the best methods of keeping sheep . We would not start with over 50 head at the outside ; 25 would be better . We would start with native ewes and would buy them wherever we found them worth the money . We would not object to a Merino cross , or , if we could do no better , to Merinos , but would get as good a wool-growing sheep as we could without paying too much ....

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i ha Hai . y Vetcn , [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 15 April 1898

i ha Hai . y Vetcn , The hairy vetch ( vicia villosa ) is one of the new forage plants that Secretary Wilson is endeavoring to introduce among the farmers , especially of the North and Northwest It is not altogether new , but has been grown to some extent in Washington , Nebraska , Georgia , New Mexico , South Dakota , Montdana , and Pennsylvania . Sown on the experiment grounds of the Department at Washington about the 25 th of April , plants commenced to bloom about-the middle of July and continue to bloom until November . Sown in August , it grew well until the first hard ¦ frost and continued an intermittent growth all winter during the periods of open weather . By the middle of March it had formed a thick mat of vines over the soil . It blossomed by i the first of May and was then ready to cut . Sown in this latitude , it will likely be ready to cut later . We think there is not much doubt but that it will stand our winters . This seed is among the importations purchased in Cen...

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Millet . Hay . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 15 April 1898

Millet . Hay . t » WALLACES FABMBI | The Farmer cast some doubts some time ago as to the value of millet hay as a feed for horses . In my opinion the trouble was that it was cut too late . Millet hay should be cut when the seed is in the dough state . I have fed it for five years , and some times ex- ; clusively , and my horses are in good 1 condition , better than when kept on wild hay . I know a man who has fed | | millet hay for three years and has never had a lean horse , but he had 1 some fat ones . If the seed gets too ripe , it will have a bad effect on the kidneys , but cut In time and cured in good condition , when you feed a forkful you will not have to rake half of it up to bed with , as you do with wild hay . LINDSAY BRADWELL . Boone County , Iowa .

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 15 April 1898

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 15 April 1898

want to feel ^ ou that . t _ _ _ YOtfh SPINE IS A PIPE STEM , < ¦ , ready to snap , Just get J | LUMBAGO i i . <» || Ifyouwanttofeelas j ) \\ sniffle AS A STEEL RAMROD , USE \\ ST . JACOBS OIL . I J ! IT HAS MAGIC . Secccccccccccccccccccccci- tf ^ SFl | m VSR MflP B POMMEL The Best CJI I- ^ I ^ EiD _________ Saddle | Coat Q |^ V , __\__ CK , ; Keeps both rider and saddle per- _____ 1 )§^ L * $ 3 R ____ l fectlydryln the hardest storms . 9 H S _ Mj _ $ Substitutes 1897 Fish Brand will disappoint Pommel Slicker Ask for — H- Mf | | IgC ^ _ J *^ _ 9 ia _ L . It Is entirely new . If not for sale In Ji-t . 2 JMS ? y ° ur town , write for catalogue to SHI 1 A j J j TOWER ^ ostoU j ftass , * 3 ^ * JB FAMOUS OHIO ^^^ B irst , Best and Most Extensively Used Riding Cultivator on the Market . -ade in all Bteel or all wood , with 4 , 6 , or 8 ahov > ls , as the buyer desires Has Stook Gutter \ ttachment- Handled by the best dealers , ind used by the most progrtss...

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Horticulture [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 15 April 1898

Horticulture Gem-aoaioationa to mis ioparitueut ara soli ailed . Questions on horUcmtnral matters will be sheertally answer sd . Pruning Pear Trees . H . J . H ., writes : I have a couple of young pear trees which seem to thrive splendidly . Should they be pruned at all ? If so , at what time . It is hard to tell whether these particular trees need pruning or not . It is always best to let thingc alone when they are doing well . Pruning is quite an important thing in the management of trees . It is necessary to know how and when and what to take off . There are two seasons for pruning , winter pruning and summer pruning . The winter priming is done in the mild weather we usually have the latter part of February and the first days of March . The summer pruning is done in June . It is claimed by some who claim to know that winter pruning encourages the growth of wood , while , the summer pruning assists in the production of fruit The proper time to prune is when the trees are young , ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 15 April 1898

Gnat Rock Island Rout * Hap ot Alaska now ready : tha most oomplste feldar and nu ot tha Klondike r < clon ever Issued . It shows location of sold mlnse . what la casts te co there and beat routee . What te take , when to ao . wages paid , living ezpeasea and , la a onTsalamt aad oondaaaed tons . glT-a valuable nSS & Sfctt . 2 ? • $ _&< £ ! - * &• £ ?• - r j 2 _ E

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 15 April 1898

A Grove For Everyone . Soft Maples 3 to S ft . at $ 1 per hundred . On 500 traos wt par tha fralfht , no matter where yen lire . Our ref erenoaa . People s Bank , Humboldt , Ia . HUMBOLDT NDISEET , Humboldt , Ia . STRAWBERRY PULNTS , ohoiceBtB varietits , wall rooted , growthr and true to name , $ 2 50 per _ ,, < 00 . 350 plants for $ 1 . B P . Books , olear , light plnmaaa . high scores . Eggs $ 1 per 15 . Send for prices . W . C . FBAZIEB , Atlantic , Ia MAN WELLS Strawberry still on top ; 376 ate . from 100 plants In 97 ; unequaled in quality . For oatalogue write A . D . MANWETLL Vinton , Ia ABSOE . DTB . _ T FREE , 500 , 000 packets of TSgatable and flower seeds . Send your name and address on a poBtal card and obtain full § articulars Address . SAERT N . HAHMOMD , eedaman , box 22 , Decatur , Michigan . U / A nAVC * SH » chWTEK the year round . If TTC r / % 1 you sell Stark Trees . Outfit free . _ TA- _ . N-- _^ rl ... l _ U ^_ IO , _^ r _ , lfe , RK _ j ( rt . l _ ...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 15 April 1898

£% & SAW 1 WOODP ; JHr 3 ¦^ _ i »**^& £ rU 7 / with the best maohinery The and § ^^ Hl / ¦**• t 11 * * ° & strength * i He-trie JP _ . SMALLEY SAWS I suable one man to do the work two could do in = tha old way . Our Electric Circular Saws I «_ — and Self-Feed Drag Sawa § Battle U ^ Sjr ^ an by far the best general | Greek A Z _ nB ? ff - Purpose Fsrm Saws | e . er Draa Al ____ T ___ T ^ _ H made . 8 _ nd for De-cripti . • a HawJ 310 t ( i-W- < ll Catalogue anl prlca lilt .. 1 IIi MMM ^ MllI II SmallerSawa , m . En _ lla * e ail dOs ^ BSK ^ HSI . ^ ¦ fi ^^ S ^ 9 ^*^ C _ ttt-i , a a _ d Hone Powera . • s »* . ! aA--LCT MFG . CO .. Manitowoc , Wis . CHrafo Braarb . tUadolpb a &_ Ho . < - —1 HU .

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 15 April 1898

¦ ¦ ¦ m m mm _ * You can buy just as cheaply as a dealer . We ¦¦ ¦ ¦¦ ¦ I I I I dont belong to the combine . Remember orlr 1 II M BJ WW grades are better than the grades of the same I I IIWI MB r name kept by the local dealer . We pay the I I ¦¦¦¦ III | l freight and ship to any railroad station at ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ W W WW ___¦¦__ ¦ Wholesale Prices . CARL L . STEWART LUMBER CO ., 1746 First St ., North Minneapolis , Minn . i ? LUIVIPtZ I I IMRPR l-t Delivered at Your Station , r Freighted . £ AT WHOLESALE PRICES . itS *^ J UB profit for yourself . We dont belong to any combine . Sand ns yonr bills . J ? Q ^ r 2 UNION LUMBER CO , Winona , Minn . ^ ¦ _< >¦ ____! M __ r , r \ a « - > Cane ALFALFA and SEED A SPECIALTY , ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ , ^^ fc _\ _ \ _^ - __^ Choice Millet , Kaffir , Spring Wheat and ¦ W _ f mM mm fWl Jerusalem Com , White HuIIess Barley , Seed Oats . ^— w ¦___ * _ m ^__ W WLmaW ^ _»__ r Full particulars and book , How to Stow Alfalfa , free . 30 o «* a ...

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Poultry . Department [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 15 April 1898

Poultry . Department All contributions iutenrinil for this department should bo addressed Poultry Dopurtment , aare WALLACES FAKMI - R , DO - Aioinca , Iowa . Raising : Young Turkeys . i There is neither luck nor tact In rasing young turkeys , but simply good care and the right kind of food . One of the first steps is to have good eggs from well mated fowls . I thinks the bronze torn mated with the common hen turkey does very well . I always set the eggs under a chicken hen . Be sure not to give her too many or she will wean them when too young , or as soon as they get large enough to crowd . I think live or seven enough for one hen . A Pnir nj Silrcr , inmtjlal Hum •(</ . < . It takes the eggs about four weeks to hatch , and everything should be in readiness for them . It is necessary to have a good coop . Make it without a bottom and set it on the ground . Confine the hen and let the little turkeys run in and out at their pleasure . Put the coop in a grassy p...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 15 April 1898

mir * 117 As a prudent farmer ateera Ms n | | < Vy calves , and barrows his pigs , A » * IT so will a wise ponltryman ea . Watch theCa- /> k T \/\_ U ponize his cockran market . ! A ¦*¦ 11 % erela . Send 2The Tr-U-npliVaV * VI ! cent stamp for Gaponizerset , $ 3 . 00 postpaid , f /\/ aI <>¦*» cash to accompany the order . I IIIII logue . Ma * by the AIXEBTOl . I WI __ CAPONIZEB ULAMUFAOTUKJDrO COM . PANT , Allerton , Iowa . PLYJtOVTB BOOKS . BP . Book eggs 20 for M . OOj M . 00 per 100 . HUB . , A . D . MANWELL , Yiaton . Iowa . WILLOW LAWN POULTRY lards of Barred Plymouth Bocks . Pen No . 1 mated for cockerels by F . H , Shellenbarger . Pen No . 2 mated for pullets . Eggs $ 1 . 50 per thirteen , A fair hatch guaranteed . L . G . BBOOE , Alden , Iowa . AI BUYS 15 ; $ 1 . 75 buys 31 S . O . B . P . Bock eggs ) ¦ I from Btrains of Todd , Sid Conger , Shoemaker , Felch and Thompson . Orders taken now , L . L . DE Young , Sheldon , Iowa . BABB...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 15 April 1898

WHITE Wonder only . Orders taken for egos . French strain . O . M . Mills . Mt , Palatine , fll : * AMERICAN B . Cochin , 8 . L . * W . Wyandotte eggs : $ 1 for 15 . H . F . PEITZICAN , Grimes , la , EGGS from premium winners , White and Barred Plymouth Bocks and Minorca-, score 91 W to 94 M , 15 for $ 1 . 50 ; 30 for 12 . 50 . Chas , Crane , Park , ersonrg , Iowa . GIVEN AWAY ! Extra choice B . C . B . Leg . O horns , B . P . Books and Sliver Wyandottes . 12 fowls $ 10 ; 6 fowls $ 5 ; 3 fowls $ 3 . I . L . COL . THTJBST , Ainsworth , Iowa . BABBED Plymouth Books A 8 . C . B . Leghorns . Choice cockerels for sale and eggs in season . Stock choice . J . K . Mo . vraoMBKY , West Union . la BABBED P . Book eggs $ 1 . 50 per 15 ; $ 2 for 30 . High scoring Bronze Turkey eggs $ 2 . 50 per 9 , $ 4 . 00 for 18 . DAVID NATJHAN , West Liberty , la . LANGSHAN , P . Cochin aud B . P . Book chickens , Pekin Dncks and W . H . Turkeys . Stock and eggs for sale . Duroc-Jersey hogs . Quality best , ...

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