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The Texas View of the Cattle Prices . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898

The Texas View of the Cattle Prices . Nearly every reader ot this paper is interested in any information which will enable him to form an approximately correct opinion as to the permanency of the present prices for stock cattle . In the nature of the case , with so many things affecting prices , all opinions of this kind must partake more or less of the nature of guess work ; nevertheless , we are obliged to form some kind of an opinion and to act upon it In forming the opinion , we should gather information from the best sources , and to enable our readers to form a correct judgment , we give the view held by the Live Stock Journal of Texas . We need not say Texas cattle are a large factor in the cattle business , and the changes that are going on in that state must have a good deal to do with the prices of cattle the United States over . The Live Stock Journals view is as follows : - Cattle booms do not begin in the market centers , but always in the range country , and for this r...

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The June Swine Breeders '? Meeting . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898

The June Swine Breeders ? Meeting . Secretary Geo . S . Prine , Oskaloosa , la ., writes that the annual summer meeting of the Swine Breeders Association will be held at Des Moines , June 14 th and 15 th . Program and full particulars will appear at an early date . This meeting has always been well attended by an enterprising lot of breeders , and we have no doubt the 1898 meeting will be fully up to those which have preceded it . There is no time to be lost now in ordering seed -corn . We feel quite sure that it will pay most of our readers to purchase one or two bushels of improved seed of their own next year . Half a dozen reliable growers are advertising in this issue . Dont neglect this important matter .

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Arbor Day . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898

Arbor Day . The Superintendent of Public Instruction has set apart Friday , April 29 th , as Arbor Day in the state of Iowa . We hope it will be observed in every school district in the state . We hope further , that in every sub-district trees will be planted by the children and teachers and cultivated during the years to come , until the school houses of Iowa shall no longer stand out naked and bare on the bleak prairies , but will be surrounded with groves in which the birds will build their nests , giving opportunities to the children to study bird lore . It is a shame that our school houses should look so black and desolate . The boys and girls of Iowa are not vandals , and need only to be taught that trees , and the birds that nest therein , are worthy of their pro tection and care . In order to secure a beautiful grove on every school house lot we hope the teachers will inform themselves as to the best selection o £ trees and the best method of planting , and will accompany t...

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How to Get Rid of Sheep Ticks . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898

How to Get Rid of Sheep Ticks . To WALLACES FARMER . I noticed in a recent issue the inquiry of a farmer as to how to get rid of sheep ticks , and your answer , that there -was but one way , namely , to dip them . I once had a flock . of about one hundred , and after winter set in I found they had scab . I procured tobacco stems from a cigar maker , who is usually anxious to have somebody take them away , and boiled them in a large kettle . As is would not do to dip at that season of the year , I filled a coal oil can with it and treated every sheep that showed signs of scap with it , by opening the wool from the back of the head to the root of the tail and pouring some of the fluid on each so that it would run down each side and also on any spots giving evidence of scab . I watched the flock all through the winter , and everytime I saw a sheep bite itself I treated it in the same way . I succeeded by this method in keeping them from losing much wool , and when shearing time came th...

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Our Illustration . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898

Our Illustration . The subject of our first page Illustration this week Is a very attractive group of Shurt-lmrnn as bred by ~ C . W . Norton A : Sui . Wilton Junction , Iowa . The law Mill In the f-. reKround is imp . -Master of the Mint . \\ ilie hv his side is Baron President , a younger I ull that Messrs . Norton have thought Kitml en . ugh to use on some of the choice females th it make up the herd . To the rear Is one of the well-known Simplicity cows , descended frou Imp . Simplicity , that was added to the X irton herd at a cost of M . 200 n numher of yenrs . ign . A * will he seen from the m . tlee which amieaers In our field note column this week . Messrs . Norton have for sale at the present t me a number of crack young bulls that are Delng nlTered nt reasonable prices . Full purtl . ulnrs < oncernlng them mav be obtained on r « iili . | . When writing , kindly mention the nilwr Isement In Wallaces Fanner .

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-Lvaaint , u a . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898

-Lvaaint , u a . BOTH 1 TIU IVA _ LLAO _ ES Fauna and WUr Inter Ocean 11 . 3 : WALLACESFABMEB and Wkly [ a . Register 1 . 3 S WALLACES FARMER and Twice a-W kNewa 1 . 21 WALLACESFABMEB and Daily lews 1 . 90 WALLACESFABMEB and Week { Leader 1 . 30 WALLACES FARMER and Amur . Poultry Jnl 1 . 30 . VALLA SFARMER and Weft . Gi rdenAP . J . 1 . 30 W s FABHEB and Western Fru t Grower 12 J WALLACES FARMER and Amer . Swineherd 1 . 25 Ws FABHEB and tit . Louis ( ilo w-Dsmoct 1 . 78 WALLACES FABHEB and Kama i City Star 1 . 25 WALLACES FABHEB and Toledc Blade 1 . 25 WALLACES FAEMER and Omahi Bee 1 . 50 W s FABHEB and Woman s Hon e Compa n 1 . 80 W s FABHEB and McClnres Magazine 1 . 8 C WALLACES FABHEB and Midland Monthly 3 . 00 W s FABHEB and Chicago Wkly DroTers J . 2 . 25 WALLACES FABHEB andHouaekteper IX WALLACES FABHEB and Wool , Markets and Sheep 1 . 50 SOME COMBINATIONS . ? Below will be found some combinations of three or more papers , by taking advantage oi which our subscribers can save ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898

Short-horn Bulls and Heifers FOR SALE Have 15 of each from tbe best milk and bsef strains of the Cruickshank fimily . Address A . H . BBEIT , Mason City , Iowa .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898

Selected Stored in the ear ; selected Seed , shelled Corn and tested as wanted . The best and only astisfactory way to handle Seed Corn .. LKGAI , TJENDEB , Yellow ; MCA 1 HIN 6 , Yellow ; OOLD MINE , Yellow ; FBIDB OF THE NORTH , Yellow ; CHAMPION WHITE PKABL , $ 1 . 00 per bushel , bag inclnded , Ordir now while stock is complete . LIVINGSTONS SEED STORE , 70 S and 710 Locust St .. Des Moines , Iowa , BEECHW 00 D SEED CORN . IMPROVED LEANING . The most beautifu l yellow dent corn in the world . Average yield per acre at Illinois state experiment station for ive years , 74 4 ^> bus . per acre . BEIDS YELLOW DENT has won more first premiums at Illinois state fair than any other corn . Also first premium at Columbian Exposition ; about 10 days earlier than Learning . Our < took is pure , careful y selected , fire dried , and will grow ,. Price , $ 1 per tn . Sacks free . J . H . COOLlDGE & SON . Galestun . ID . Breeders of Bolstein-Fresian cattle , S...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898

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The Power of the Press . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898

The Power of the Press . The Wew York Voice some time ago , after referring to the fact that the mayor of Chicago was elected despite the vigorous opposition of every daily paper ln the city , and that the mayor of New York had but one prominent daily on his side , and that only halfhearted in its support , asks : What has become of the supposed power of the press ? and answers it as follows : The answer , as it seems to us , is to be found in the fact that the newspaper , especially the daily , has become a great commercial enterprise pure and simple , operated with almost exclusive reference to commercial success . The old-time journalistic traditions survive in a way , but they are entirely dominated by the commercial principle . The newspaper holds itself in the same attitude as the lawyer who is ready to espouse either side of a fairly decent case , according to the retainer placed in his hands . It is only a question of what will pay . The personal convictions of an editor cou...

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Corn Meal for Export . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898

Corn Meal for Export . The millers have taken a leaf out of the book of the oleomargarine chaps and are preparing to adulterate wheat flour with corn meal to the extent that they may find it profitable . It is claimed that millers have now learned to make corn flour as fine in the grain and as beautiful to the eye , as good for food and equally as good to make men wise , as the finest product of the Minnesota mills . We have no doubt they can of the starchy parts of it , which are always the poorest parts , but we do not believe that they will put this corn flour to any great extent on the market bearing its own colors . The flour consum ing public will soon find out that starch is not gluten and that corn flour is not wheat flour . An enterprising milling firm in Decatur , Illinois , which seems to be taking the lead in this business , is urging the farmers to grow white corn , claiming that it is worth from one to three cents more per bushel than the yellow or red . The scientists...

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Iron Roofing . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898

Iron Roofing . Persons not familiar with the new devices and machinery for manufacturing steel and iron roofing , naturally suppose that it is necessary to employ an expert tinsmith or iron worker to insure a watertight roof ; consequently this element baa prevented many from selecting metal as a covering , and has retaided progress of what should be the moat popular roof . To all such , we wish to state that former obstacles , or the seemingly difficult task of forming perfectly watertight joints by machinery , has been accomplished to such an extent that any person with common s use and some experience with a hammer and nails , can successfully cover their own buildings or roofs at about one half the former cost . The illustration on this page shows how the roofing is put on . Among the other merits claimed for steel or iron roofing , it is fire and lightning proof , can be laid over old shingles ; in fact , there is no better cover for old shingle roofs , from the fact fact that ...

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Hauling Manure . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898

Hauling Manure . LO WAVs—Co— FAB-KEBt This is a busy time of year to haul manure and many farmers will neglect this important matter and leave the manure to leach out in the yards till toward fall , when they have more time to haul it . But it will pay big to get some of the best of it out on the corn ground now , before plowing for corn , while it is strong and good . If it is not too coarse and full of straw , it will pay to spread it on the fall plowing before it is prepared for planting . The rain will quickly take the soluble portion to the roots of the corn and you will see the effect . It is the custom of most farmers to apply the manure to the highest ground on the farm , as that seems to be naturally the thinnest land , but the low ground will respond quite as readily to a coat of manure . Where land has not been tiled there are frequently low spots or patches that fail to produce a good crop of corn . A liberal application of coarse manure will generally bring them out all...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898

Two Bargains . , No . 1 . , Wallaces Fanner , l All > Weekly Inter Ocean , £ Weekly Register . U 06 , WomanHome Companion . \__ r > Western Garten and Pool- 1 * 2 _ * ne _ . try Journal , 9 / . UU * ! ^ The first three named will be sent , for 91 . 70 . > No , 2 . , Wallaces Famer , 1 A 11 > Weekly Inter-Ocean , ** • Twce-A-WeekNews , U 11 C ; Toledo Blade . Year > Wetern Orten and Pool- i « * AA * try Journal . Jtp / . UU . , Fortother combinations see [ clubbing ; uat . WALLACES FARMER , Des Moines , Iowa .

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898

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Horticulture [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898

Horticulture OaoiaianlsaUuaa to this department are soli sited , Questions on horticultural matters will be cheerfully answered Forest Conditions . Although few of our readers are engaged in forestry beyond a grove or a wind-break , it is nevertheless worth their while to be thoroughly posted on what constitute forest conditions . They can learn quicker than one can tell them by finding a piece of native timber that is making a rapid growth under natural conditions and noticing the difference in the condition between that and other pieces of timber where the growth is poor and unsatisfactory , They will not be long in discovering that the piece of timber that is making a rapid growth has a good deal of underbrush in it , that the fallen timber has not been interfered with , and everything allowed to grow at its wild , sweet will . The falling of the leaves and the fallen timber prevents the rainfall from running away rapidly ; in other words , conserves moisture . The undergrowth sh...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898

A Grove For Everyone . Soft Maples 3 to 5 ft . at tl per hundred . On 500 trees we pay the freight , no matter where you lire . Our references , People s Bank , Hum- ¦ raldt , Ia . HUMBOLDT NCBBEBT , Humboldt , Ia . STRAWBERRY P 1 AST 8 , choieests varieties , well rooted , Brow thy and true to name , $ 3 . 50 per 1 , 000 . 350 plant * for $ 1 . B P . Bocks , clear , light plumage , high scores . Ens $ 1 per 15 . Send for prices . W . C . FSAZISB , Atlantic , la , AN on WELLS Strawberry still top ; 876 qta . ^ from 100 plants in 9 J ; nnequaled in quality , * or catalogue write A . D , MANWELL Vinton , Ia . Wsln . DAVC * 5 68 ** W * the year round , If YVe 17 % I you sell Stark Trees . Outfit free . ¦ U _« NU « Sar . lWBU _^ , IOSi _ lik , llo , bd _ jrtltlUBHfc n iinTiiDE ^ coNd ilUr I Unfc fawg SEELErSTBr 8 SESTlB 258 .,. Uth 8 L , Phlla . Pa . ¦ a-tt— *— - *• sstoom . oAm _______

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SPBAYING FRUIT TREES . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898

SPBAYING FRUIT TREES . The qn » sHon of snrayioa fruit trees to prevent the depredations of insect pests and fungus diseases is no longer an ezpeiim 4 nt but a necessity . Our readers wi 1 do veil to write An , Sthl , Quincy , 111 . and get his catalogue describing twenty-one styles of Spraying Outfits and full treatise on spraying the different fruit and vegetable crops , which may be had for the ask ing , and contains much valuable Information .

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