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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898
SA VE that ONE THIRD ... Repeated experiments at different experiment stations have shown that under average western farm conditions of raising cream , from one-third to one-half of the butter fat in the milk is lost in the skim-milk . If ice is used and the milk is set in the water immediately , r thi » lost is less ; but we are talking of average conditions—such as probably obtain on yonr farm . Now that one-third that is lost is just that much clear profit gone—and it is gone never to return . There is no use crying over spilt milk or lost butter fat ; but won t It pay you to prevent tbat loss In the future ? There is one way to stop it , and only one , namely , by using a cream separator . It you bave five or more cows yon cannot afford to be without a separator . Send us your name on a postal card saying that yon read WAILACES FABMER and would like to have a catalogue of Baby separators , and we will send it by return mail without charge , It will tell you bow to save that one-...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898
FLAVORED uHttbti Every family can make good cheese with our process . Simple as making batter . The apparatus is complete , substantial and well finished . Size No . 1 . ten gals . $ 15 : No . 2 twenty-five gals ., $ 25 ; No . 3 , thirty gals .. $ 32 Write tor circnlara . H . McK . WILSON Is CO . WTgs ., St Louis , Wo . LAKEWOOD JERSEYS . 24 First Premiums at Iowa and Minnesota State Fairs , 1887 including Sweepstake * on both old and young herds at both fairs . • hoiee bnll calves from my prise winners for sale cheap . H . O MoHIIH . AH . Rook Rapids , la . A . J . C . C . JERSEYS FOR SALE . Gilt edge batter stook of very latest approved breeding . Cows , heifers and one extra choice , solid color , yearling boll . Write , B . S . BU-bJKUM , -LeBoy , Decatur Co ., Ia . Lisbon Valley Herd Holsteio Cattle HechthUdes Sir Henry of Maple wood head * herd . 12 yonng bulls of his get , aro from one to 13 moa . for sale C . H . KRUEGKB . Lisbon . la RED POLLED BULLS . A few yonng bolls rea...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898
FarmeiS Break the Buggy Monopoly . It is claimed that for years boggy manufacturers bave secureA exorbitant prices for their goods , bnt recently , through the combined assistance ot the farmers of fowa , Illinois and other states SEARS , . HDEDUCE &amp; Co ., of Chicago , have got the price of open bnpgies down to $ 16 50 ; TOD Boggles . $ H . la ; Top Surries . $ 43 . 76 and upwards , and they are shipping them in immense numbers direct to farmers in every state . They send an immense Buggy Catalogue free , postpaid , to any one wbo asks for it This certainly is a big victory for the farmsr , bnt a s » vere blow to the carriage mannfac hirers and dealers ,
Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898
jana . s White Metatlc Ear Mar &amp; iDR Late * , staapel - © order with name or name and address and com * aecotlTO numbers It ta simple , permanent aoA . oexpenaive EST Adopted by over forty reeonuag associations samples free Agents wanteO . &amp; B . DAHA . 56 Main SU WestlctMMO . *•* r Tt ^ L ^*^ pgarv 9 Hg &gt;^! lfcyotirlira , MARKatocfe - of YOU whate-ex ^ V ~ S ?_ 53 ^ KfcS ^ fcind with the thoroughly ^ w *^* 4 &amp; iv 0 *&lt;« Ufl reUQ-ble- rust proof , non- ^ k ^ a »® ^ igllvx corroding , easily read ..,. Nlggggf ALUMINUM RE Tju /? t % pall &gt; out , raitoutor » EAR iFBroDt * MARKERS Name , address and COD t * cntiYe numbers on each tog . Free sample , catalog etc , WILCOX A HAflVEY MPO . CO . m Ukest . ( THICAOO , lit _ r _ te-. Hure ootwwn faJOFf ^ S ^ T ^ b Lara ** inside burr burns in trrliuliiK ? ^ fe ^ -, — . jra IT i twice to iRCiirrffd nn chill- ^ fijEl ^^ y bleep s one . OrSold nnder an abenlnte guarantiee to do do...
FIEt . 0 WCTWfc [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898
FIEt . 0 WCTWfc Bee keepers will be Interested ln the advertisement of the Interstate Manufacturing Co .. Hudson . Wis ., which appears on page 11 . A . A . . Berry Seed Co .. Clarlnda , Iowa , mokes a specialty of Improved varieties of seed corn . For particulars see the advertisement on page 3 . Bicycles are advertised on page 11 nf this issue . When writing to either of Lie firms kindly mention the advertisement in Wallaces Parmer . Notice the very low prices quoted on different farm machinery by the Hapgood Plow Co .. Box 92 . Alton , ill . The advertisement will be found on page 15 . Prof . W . A . Henry s new book on Feeds and Feeding ought to be in the lands -feverv reader of this paper . The price is W . 00 . It can be ordered through Wallaces l-a-mer E . S . Buffim , LeRoy , Iowa , has some choice Jersey cows . ind heifers for sale . See his ad : veKlsement on page 15 Mention Wallaces Farmer when writing him fct prices . II any of out readers wishes to get a . right good Ho...
DATES Ct * lHIED FOR LIVE STOCK MAfeUS . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898
DATES Ct * lHIED FOR LIVE STOCK MAfeUS . POLAND-CHINAS . June 16 , J . V . Cottn &amp; Sons , Nursery . 111 . ; Meissner Bros .. Relnbeck . Iowa , and A . J . Lytle , Oskaloosa , Iowa . Sale to be held at Des Moines . Iowa , at time of June Swine Breeders meeting . . _ ., Sept 22 , Bounds Bros ., Atherton . Ohio . Sept 22 , OBrien Bros ., Waukon . Iowa . Oct 6 , A . M . Caldwell &amp; Son . New Holland . Oct 21 , Hart &amp; Mlnnls , Edlnburg , 111 . Oct 13 . W . R . Wilson , Arispe , Iowa . Oct 27 , E . M . Metzger , Fairfield . Iowa . Jan . 12 . 1899 , J . R . Sharp . Tayloryllle , IllJan . 13 , 1899 , A . M . Caldwell &amp; Son , SpringJan . 18 P . W . Peterson and F . H . Wleneke . Mlllersburg , Iowa . SHORT-HORNS . April 21 , T . R . Westrope &amp; Son . Harlan . Iowa : sale to be held at South Omaha . Neb . April 22 , G . E . Ward , Hawarden , Iowa ; sale to be held at South Omaha , Neb . April 23 . C . C . Blgler . Hartwlck , Iowa . Apri...
Our Weekly Market Letter . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898
Our Weekly Market Letter . Chicago . April 20 . —Wheat started strong yesterday , and some of the earlv transactions In July were at nearly lc advance on the closing price of Saturday ; but the strength soon evaporated and there was a sharp down turn . July eventually selling off 2 c from the top price early , hadsome reaction , but finally closed ^ c ^ lower than the day previous . July opened at $ 6 % c—right where it closed Saturday—sold up to 8 ? 5 ic , then broke sharply to 8594 c , improved to 86 * jc . fell to 86 c . but closed at 86 * 6 c Corn w * . as strong and May closed at % c advance . with oatb snowing % c improvement , wtiile hog proutlets were generally easier . Tne toreign news was decidedly encouraging at the start , &gt; iew Yoik reporting heavy acceptances on cable offers , ana some of tue early Liverpool quotations were over lc per bushel higher than the closing quotations of Saturday . Une btrong foreign situation started a good deal of covering , and ,...
A Leading Commission Firm . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898
A Leading Commission Firm . The wool commission Arm of Sllberman Bros ., 122 So . Water street , Chicago . 111 ., haa been represented ln our advertising columns every spring for some time , and , as many of our readers have had business dealings with them , we take It for granted that they will be Interested In seeing what kind of a home tlie Hrm has In Chicago ; the cut herewith presented Illustrates It , In their annual circular , a copy of which we have Just received . Sllberman Bros , say : For the first time in many years we can . with much satiefaction . issue our annual wool circular- to Inform our customers of the most satisfactory season Just closed . In our circular of May , 1897 . we predicted an advancing market , and those who heeded our advice have profited much by tt , aa from January 1 , 1898 . wool has steadily advanced . From January until the present time the sales of wool » t the fu . ___ . nort markets have almoet ceased . doe principally to the holding of heav...
Creamery Opening at Panora . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898
Creamery Opening at Panora . On Saturday , the 19 th , the new creamery building of Mr . Wycoff , formerly of Bxira , Iowa , was formally opened . There was a large attendance of farmers , filling the opera house , and an address was given by the editor of this paper on How to Make the Cramery Pay the Farmer . An exhibition of the work of the separator was given in separating the first load of milk . The building is strictly up-to-date in all its requirements . The proprietor is a man of large experience and in every way qualified for the business . There is a patronage of 800 cows promised , which will likely be increased to a thousand in the near future . The farmers are apparently Teady to begin the work of mastering the details of the production of firstclass raw material , jn the shape of milk for the creamery , and at a profit to themselves . Nothing short of success can reasonably be expected in a county that can pay out between fif teen and twenty thousand dollars In cash fo...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898
P . McGUIRE , jaMS ^^ BS :: BFBAKB GKBMAM AHD ENGLISH . References : C . F . Hood , Nate Jacques , Battle Creek , la .: C . A . Marsh Jesnp , la .: O . D . Hart , Eingsley , Ia ., or any breeder in Northwest Iowa . Have made sales oil over Iowa and Western 111 , WKST 4 k OABKT M . JOHKSi l . eno » , I « ., J • Iowa s live-stock auctioneers . Twenty-two rears experience . Salmi madn anywhere
Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898
ySzilf MT wwMJUL / l / lf ©_ F ___ f 0 _^ Sr ^ W-7 ^ G ^ 0 _ LJwO £ &lt; -v ^ GGWW s \ Listen to this . Touhavewooltosell . Ton wnnt to sell it where - ^ Hiuk xgggi vou will got tho best price snd tho quickest returns at Iho e __ r _ W ^ L \ ^ ffijgP 3 \ . lowest co—indsslon charges commensurate with good service . Wsffi TO v || JM A | We meet all these conditions and requirements . We have the |«&gt;* TfS &amp; jsbest location and the most commodious wool \ lofts in this ^ y ^ r ?&amp; £ . market . Every m-nitfatrturer In tl * country knows our tlrm f _?_ Wk \ _« SfeaN nnd knows that he can got what ho wants from us . We sell 1 KSS ^§\ &gt; PM _\ ffl _/ llim direct . We make liberal advances on consignments and SmSF SC \ 5 BS / charge oisty at tho rate of B per cent , per annum on money H 3 |^*** ^ S ? 5 y thus advanced . Sacks furnished free . sri ^ St * / Ci \ Wo Handle ur crculnr 15 letter , 000 keeps , 000 you posted lbs . of on market Wo...
Ihe Hog . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898
Ihe Hog . Contributions on subjects connected with • wins management ore cordially invited . &gt; iu s ¦ . it Whole vs . Ground Feed for Hogs . The report of the experimental station of Wisconsin for 1897 gives the result of a rather interesting experiment to determine the comparative value of whole corn and corn meal as a feed for growing pigs . The corn used was No . 2 Western Yellow Dent , of fine quality . The corn meal used was ground fine at the regular custom flouring mills . In the experiment eighteen pigs were used , divided into two even lots of nine each , the experiment continuing twelve weeks . Lot one was fed the ration of two-thirds shelled corn and one-third wheat and middlings by weight . Lot two was fed two-thirds corn meal and one-third middlings wet with water and fed immediately after mixing . Each lot was fed one week on this diet before the trial proper began . Each animal was weighed separately and an account kept of all feed being given by weeks . Th...
Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898
Horse Owners ! Use _^ Lo CrOHBATJUTSl • jM ^ Caustic I ^^ mL Balsam * m _\ k ^ mmmm * \ i tin total - * tmtan cm ¦ The ¦¦ ft-st . Beet • LISTU ever used , TOMM SSH &amp;^ fsfcjrH Is ^^ H ^ V ¦ ^^ \^^^ ¥ s ^ f ^ for 0 l &gt; # V nv \\\ WW sully often FRIEND Bufferlack * unneces- \ W X ^ k ^ kW proper remedy forms of t \ m ^^ A -. ^_^ r W ^^^ m * MAmmmAWmi m ^ ailments . Relieve his IA W ^ suffering and make * him sound by using WT W . QUINN * It cures curbsS , splintsOINTMENT , spavins , Ind puffs and W * mill bunches—makes clean , sound lege * . Price $ h 50 m T Smaller size 60 c . at all druggists or write us direct x W . B . EDDY &amp; OO ^ W »» iteliaiUN j V ^ ^
Page 18 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898
PORTABLE WELLJRHLING / in fl MACHINERY . ___ sJmms KS _ H \ m ____ ——— I wlt patents Established \ . Vsrhlnee I 96 T . Covered drill aay by m * m \ T a ^ s Wm \ depth both by sttamau d bet se * MS . ^ 1 power . Twentydlflknatetyles Bead for free intubated eatotogiM . Addnet , KELLY A TANEVHILL , Wttorio * tarn . WELL MACHINERY J Send for catalogue illustrating the old gl \\ Reliable Peon , Well Auger , Bock J / Al Prills . HydraulicMafihln &lt; H 7 , ctc . If / 111 rBE &amp; tlave been In use over . ft I HI 18 veart end are no experiment ¦ . // J I W . if . THOMPSONLCJIalSsHV SIOUX PITY . IOWA . s ^^ W &amp; BkES ^ % f . | A Ko . ITIOIQUSBaKr llbtDll Slock . BefbrcWog uadnura MtfT I Vud ¦ neighbor s Mines test FREE ESSAY of HTn ^ f - colKt , yield ( oflen W » 0 bo . J &gt; - » - &gt; &gt;?__ \\\ m \\\ mm \ Btiaa sad fit / ntes to UIpoints . Single tm . H • \\\\ w A , it . -IWUUTIH 11 . 11 tss . 1 u . AN OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFE TIME Uve /...
That Bacon Hog . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 22 April 1898
That Bacon Hog . We are told that the foreigner does not like the kind of pork we send him ; • that it is too greasy , too rank , too fat , the result of too much corn . We are told that the most highly prized brands of bacon are grown in countries that do not grow corn at all , and this is to a great extent true . We are told further that the bacon made in this country that brings the highest price is that grown around the edges of the corn belt , where corn furnishes a less percentage of the food than it does in the heart of the corn belt , and this is true . We are urged some months in the year to produce the bacon hog , that the packers will give more for it , but about the time we get the hogs ready for the market , the packers give a premium on fat hogs instead of light hogs . We have repeatedly said to the packers , both by letter and through the Farmer , that if they will guarantee a premium of fifty cents on bacon hogs over lard hogs , that they will get all they want , but...