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

Colic . To BUSTS AHD BOMBS . If some of the experienced mothers who read this department can give a perplexed young mother some advice concerning colic in young babies they will be gratefully remembered ever after . Our baby is now two months old , and for at least six weeks of that time he has had colic every day and every night . I have tried everything that has been recommended without avail . I have consulted the doctor , but he only says it is common to children of that age and gives me some harmless prescription that does not do a bit of good . It seems awful to me that little innocent children have to suffer in this way , and I can not help but think that there is surely some way to prevent it I know that some babies do not have colic at all . Does it run in families ? Wont some of the older mothers who have been through this experience give me some help ? YOUNG MOTHER .

Publication Title: Wallace's Farmer
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Fruit at Home . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898

Fruit at Home . To HEABTS AXI > HOMES . In thinking about the great number of farms in the West that have no fruit trees , and some of them no small fruits of any kind , it occurred to me that after all we women are more to blame for this condition of affairs than the men . Because while it is the business of the men folks to buy the fruit trees or plants and set them out yet they have so many other things to think about that unless we remind them of it and get them interested , they are likely to neglect it There is nothing better for the health of the children than a plentiful supply of fruit the year round , and we can have it on every farm in this great West if we will only take a little trouble and go to a very little expense . I feel that we women folks are not doing our duty to either ourselves or our families unless we make a good start in this direction this spring . Let us every one resolve that we will get some fruits started , and then go right at it and do it...

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ooNBtJifPTCON cnRsm . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898

ooNBtJifPTCON cnRsm . An old ohyslclan . retired from practice , had Disced In his bands by an Hast India miaslonary the formula of a simple vegetable remedy for th * meedr and permanent cure of Consumption . -Bronchitis , Catarrh . Asthma and all Throat and Lung Affections , also a positive and radical cur * for Nervous Debility and all Nervous Complains . Having tasted Its wonderful curative powers ln thousands of cases , and rteslrlmr to relieve human suffering , I will send free of charge to all who wish It , this recipe . In German . French or English , with full dlreotlons for preparing and using . Sent by mall , hy addressing , with stamp , naming this paper . W . A . Noyes . IM Powers Block . Rochester . Sew Toe * .

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

I HE AMEBICAN NAVY , CUBA AND HAWAII A -portfolio , in ten parts , sixteen views in each nart , of the flneit half tone pictures of the Anerican Navy , Cnba and Hawaii has jnst been p iblished and the Chicago , Milwaukee & St . Pinl Bailway has made arrangements for a special edition for the benefit of its patrons and A ill furnish the fnll set , one hundred and sixty pictures , for one dollar . In view of the present excitement regarding Cnba these pictures are very timely . Bend amount with fnll address to < TM . H . Heafford . General Passenger Agent C , M . 4 , St . P . By ., Chicago , UI .

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

BUHMMm IN THBHa DATE , It yon take advantage of the splendid California service afforded by the Chicago Oreat Western Bailway ( Haste Leal Boots ) . Bm want details , write , telephone or call on W . H- _ on £ _ Clty Psisingir and Ttekjt Ageat . « fth udWataat atEMts . Tslsahctis m . DoTMemo

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898

li Murat Halstead s ill Iff Great War Book . 1 III ] The great War Correspondents masterpiece . II llll OurCoantryinWar . illlB ANDRILATIONS WITH ALL NATIONS . II IU IIII All abont the armiei . na-rlea and coaat III III defencea of the U . S ., Spain and all nations . Ill Bill All about Cuba , Spain , Maine Disaster . || l OTor 500 pases . Magnificently illustrated . Ill ill || ll Agents Wanted Quick . Ill 31 One agent sold 89 in one daj ; others are j |||| J q I making * 39 per day . Most liberal terms 111 III guaranteed , 20 days credit , price low * freight III I paid . Handsome outfit free . IEIIII ill Send 12 two-cent stamps to pay postage . Ill j [ SDPCATHmL r . 1101 , 834 Dearborn St ., CHICAGO || | . II BICYCLES ^ K _ Jm | MIMtateMtofMSBM . _____ T \ ^^^ % BHtsnmlsMtnbtiif * Lowcnnkbaonn __ tmmt [\ sfAmmmm . 1 BT gMT d «* Md . M . A W . OT Hwt - ¦ M / * /\\ WXT * AW AT m V ^ f Choles 11 of Bin * 1808 , Saddle MODEL and P « I ___ \___ W \ ___ jm ® $ 2 L 5 i l « & ...

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898

Uncle Henry s Letters To The Farm Boy . Bi HHNZI WALiAoa , EDITOE OT . WALLACES FABKXB . In handsome Undine . Slse 61 fcx 4 ! 4 inches . Those who have read WALLACES FABMIS daring 1897 know what to expect in this book . It is made np of a aeries of letters to the farm boy . written from the standpoint of an old friend of the family who has himself been a farm box and a father of farm boys The subjects treated of are those that affect character building , the foundation of all trne and lasting success on the farm or elsewhere . In clearness , simplicity , and the general use of old English words of one syllable , it is superior to anything the author has ever written . Among some of the subjects treated are , The Farm Boy and bis Mother ; The Farm Boy and his Father ; The Farm Boy and his Chum ; The Farm Boy and his Temper ; Fun ; Habits ; Bducation : Start in Life , and many others . Every farm boy should read , this book , and will read it if given an opportunity . It is just such ...

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Shearing and-DippIng . is [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898

Shearing and-DippIng . is As soon as corn planting over , ana on some farms before it begins , the sheep will be shorn and we suggest that the owners take this favorable opportunity of getting rid of the external parasites which do so much to disappoint the hopes of the shepherd . The most injurious of these are ticks and scab . A great many farmers pay no attention to ticks from year to year . They keep on wasting good grain and grass , which when manufactured into blood is to support thousands , and in large flocks , millions of these miserable parasites , which ( even if they did not suck the life blood of the sheep ) worry and annoy it until existence becomes a burden and the highest form of thrift impossible . The most favorable time for getting rid of these parasites is a few days after shearing . It is not sufficient to dip the old sheep but the lambs also . In fact , the dipping of these , is , at this season , much more important . As soon as the wool is removed from the sh...

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The Striped Ground Squirrel , S 3 SE Is He a Friend or an Enemy ? [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898

The Striped Ground Squirrel , S 3 SE Is He a Friend or an Enemy ? About , this time of year it is usually in order for the small boy to get after the little striped ground squirrel with his sling-shot , or his air gun , or his snare , or to drown him out with a bucket of water , provided the water is not too far to carry . It is well for the small boy s father and mother to stop and consider whether this little varmint is his friend or his foe . It is quite true that on the edges of the corn field next to the pasture or prairie he does take up a few hills of corn during the last half of May and the first of June , but this does not entitle us to consider him an enemy . During all the months of the summer when the seed corn is not available , where and how does he live ? In the corn field or In the pasture ? If in the pasture , on what does he feed ? We beg for fair play for this cute little squirrel with his droll and funny ways , and ask that he have a trial by jury before a compet...

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Finishing Grain-Fed Cattle on Pasture . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898

Finishing Grain-Fed Cattle on Pasture . A number of readers have no doubt been feeding cattle during the last winter that will not be ready to go to market by the first or tenth of May , when grass comes , and will have to solve the practical question as to whether it is best for them to feed on dry feed or whether it will pay to finish them off on grass . Professor Henry , in his admirable work on Feeds and Feeding , quotes the experiments of Thome and Hickman at the Ohio Station and also of Wilson and Curtlss at the Iowa Station on this point The Ohio expertmentors divided two years in succession a lot of steers that had been fed experimentally during the winter Into two lots , part being turned to grasfl and part kept in the stable , and both being fed all the grain they wanted . In the year 1894 those kept in the barn gained two pounds a day at a cost per pound of 7 . 66 cents , while those pastured ate within 25 per cent of as much grain and the gain cost 9 . 1 cents per pound ...

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

WHEAT IS KING ! I have the land that produces it ; at moderate price No 12 . 50 per acre timber land but rich , black prairie soil Record of 27 continuous crops . C . M . ANDEBSON , Dawson , Minnesota FOR SALE , GOOD IOWA FARMS At from $ 25 . 00 to $ 40 . 00 per acre . Why pay cash rent when we can sell yon a farm on yearly payments of $ 9 , 00 per acre . If you want a section or more together , we have got it . If you have an 80 acre farm and want to trade it as part payment on a larger farm or a choice stock of goods , Write us . J . S . SMITH . Plover . Iowa . FARMS FOR SALE AND EXCHANGE . Parties desiring a change of location should write ns . We have farms In 8 . B . Iowa , Central and 8 . W . Missouri , S , B , Kansssand along Iron Ut . B . B . in Arkansas . A finely improved farm , well located , good soil , near Henrietta , Texas , Price $ 1 , 500 . Will exchange for Iowa farm . A first class Missouri flouring mill to exchange for western land , value $ 8 , 000 . Write us if...

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

DO YOU WAHT TO BXOHAHG-B your farm for merchandise ? or for city property ! Do you want a farm loan at 6 M per cent no commission , W , A . . LAWBENSON , 817 Slxtb Avenue , Des Moines , lown . A AM . A INC AND A FBEK ride to Land KAnUAinO . Buyers . Circular free . U GEO . W . PBY , Laredo , Mo . « WMO . FARMS Unequalled in Grain , Grass , Stock A Fruit No crop fallnres . Short , mild winters . Cheap homes . Write HUDSON-OARV LAND CO . MACON . MISSOURI A FREE FARM of ( ha baat quality . BlohwlL On 0 * 11 road . Stmnuandlakea . Coal . Big ansa . Tour but chance to Neon a MTwamenttraehomestead of 100 MOM Aiao rich , low-priced land * In Mrta Dakota , Mlaaesota , WIMM < ala aad AUcfalgs-u UX » THIS UP . It win pax von . to * tarn ¦ Mvaaod descriptive books wett * to * ^^^ Ar ^ XiSTSi ^ UmtSrm this paper . tlon and all kinds of supplies . Send list BEE SUPPLIES ! : of what yon want and get onr prices . Address IOWA SEED CO ., PES MOINES , IA . IVAMMW wHttRff to aduertbera wit...

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898

^—j . 4 . 1— — , — . »_« ..- _ af * -v 3 . wm , ______ i great numbers of to 40 take to homes In eastern i ^ fillf fi _ T _ S fiVG \ l ( s \ lM ¥ Minnesota from 330 acres from the o-W \ sti , * -VI l s-t 1 * 1 W \ A \ SttAf _ , rieh , productive lands along the St . Paul & Duluth By . A 1 land for from $ 3 to $ 8 an acre on small down payment and balance on ten years time . Go and see for yoarself the big crops of finest quality of grains , potatoes and vegetables that are raised No strong winds , Timber abundant , Near to markets . Every advantage to the beginner . Abundant water supply in wells , lakes and streams , The king of countries for the dairy , and unexcelled for tame grasses . Look up the opportunities in this wonderfully prosperous , growing new country . Haps an pamphlets free . Mention WALLACES FASHES when writing . Address HOPEWELL CLARKE Land Commissioner , St Paul & Duluth By , 808 Globe Bldg ., St Paul , Minn , CHEAP FARMING LANDS IN EASTER...

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Cattle Feeding Problems . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898

Cattle Feeding Problems . Mr . C . H . Strohm , of Shelby county , Iowa , writes : I am feeding twentysix head of western cattle and they are now getting in good condition to put on fat . Would it be best to put them on grass through the day , as soon as grass would do , and in that way give them all the corn they would eat , or would you advise me to keep them on dry feed until some time in June and then ship them ? What kind of feed would you recommend , shelled corn , or ground shelled corn , or ground cob and all , and would you mix bran , oats , or oil meal with the corn ? My cattle are a pretty good grade , mixed some with Hereford , the same stock as my own , but they are not as good as our natives , and were branded two or three different times . Whether to feed dry , or to feed on grass would in our Judgment depend on the present condition of the cattle . If they can be fed out by the middle or last of June in the yards , we think that will be the best plan , and will give ...

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GEEAT BOCK ISLAND BOTJTK MAP OP ALASKA [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898

GEEAT BOCK ISLAND BOTJTK MAP OP ALASKA Now ready ; the most complete folder and map of the Klondyke region ever Issued . It shows location of gold mines , what It coats togothereandbeat routes . What to take , when to go , wages paid , living expenaea , and in a convenient and ^ condenaed form gives valuable information , One copy will be sent yon free . Wr Biking for the Bold IV * ier . Address JOHM S HUSHAM , O . P . A ., Chicago .

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898

SBHlwriM VyJjitHl The larf-est complete lino or farm machinery iMPLEivlENTS manuf atturt d bj any single concern In tho world ; I | vW II embraces : Osborne Columbia Reaper , Ho . a Reaper , i a Columbia Inclined Corn Harvester « Binder , All-Steel Tedders , I / Columbia Grain Harvester and Binder , Allheal Self Dump Kakem \ . I Columbia Mowers , 11 A S-horse ) , All-Steel Hand Bump Reims , J \ Columbla Flexible A Reversible Blsc Harrows , Rival Btsc Harrows , ff IAdjustable Peg . Tooth Harrows , Sutlty Spring-Tooth Harrows , \ f Spring-Tooth Harrows , Combination Harrows , -L 00 l , / J Horse Hoe Cultivators , etc . Every machine is fully srarrantetl rata ^ ( 0 r A / dtetl 6 e « f oi its Juss tl it tan be produced with good material , complete 1 K / V our \ % . equipment ; superior skill nnd long experience . ¦ I WrfC Ad . \ he Outhereshow ^ s ^ at ol u ^ BiARE ^ m ___/ ^ Iff * ¦ i / uoiccr ^^ , - perfect r ^ traction n ^ a nil ^ easy necessary Srdraft ¦ streiwth ^ . Has ^ , is the...

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The Oairj ? . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898

The Oairj ? . Cms , eade __ o trs invited % > -, aontrlbnte tbeu * r > driencae . u uuc aep & rtmgct Questions c ^ i zetolitti -iin- ai ^ agemeui will be ssbBestctC Anpwer & a The Mysteries of the Cow s Udder . Now that the attention of progressive armors is heing turned to milk production , we are finding out that we did not know half as much as we thought we did concerning milk . It was once supposed , for example , that the udder was simply a vessel adapted to the purpose of holding the milk which was secreted by the cow , day or night , between milkings . We now find that this is not so . A cow . for example , was killed at one of the experiment stations that had been giving 85 pounds of milk per day and yet the entire udder weighed only 25 pounds . A heavy milking cow will give an amount of milk almost equal in bulk to the entire udder , and yet the udder retains one-half or more of its usual size . It was long supposed , and is now...

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