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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

| ^ r-M ** . BUGGIES ^^™ 1 ¦!¦*— ¦ ^ ^ l __ rir ; — Shipped from factory to n- * or at 1 . 1 to 4 ( 1 p-r cent aavlng . UoodB shipped subject to examination . Every rig warranted . 8 Uitylei . Road Wagons , fr . t . XO ; Top BUJ & IP-I , $ 20 . 90 ; Bonanza $ M Buggies , $ SO . OO ; & prlng Wagons , $ 32 f Canopy Top Surrej a , ifiGO . aySr > nl , f » r i 77 ichr * t Vr ^ lrU Catalogue of the year . ^ ¦¦ ¦¦^ •¦¦ Pontage 4 cents . ( CataUtQut FREE . ) A . J . CHILD & SON , St . Louis , Mo M , Selected Seed Corn Scored in thn ear ; selected , shelled and tested as wniitf d . The bust asd OD I ? iPtisfftrtory vay to handle Seed I orn . LEGAL TENDEK , Yellow ; I . KAMING . Yellow ; GOLD MINK , Yellow ; PKIDE OF THE NOKTH , Yellow ; CHAMPION WHITE PJSABL . $ 1 . 00 per bnabel , bag included . Ord - no * while et ok ie complete * . LIVINGSTONS SEED STORE , 708 and 710 Locust St .. tits Moines , IOW . Seed Corn—Silver Mine and fonr other varie...

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Tiling . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

Tiling . To WALLACES FARUEB . In planning for tiling a good outlet is one of the first essentials , and if there is no ditch to start in at proper depth start shallow enough so the water will flow out freely and under no circumstances have the outlet under water , and then the opening will stay clear . If the start is shallow it is better to make a box of two 2 x 4 s and two 2 x 6 s 16 feet long and use at first , for if the tile are too shallow they may be misplaced by stock tramping over them but if a foot of dirt can be put over the tile they will take care of themselves all right . The size of tile to use can best be governed by the amount of water to pass through them and the fall they have , so no accuracy can be placed on this statement . For slough draining three feet is deep enough to lay them , and one string is enough unless the slough is exceptionally wide then two strings should be laid about 30 or more feet apart Short curves should be avoided as they impede the progre...

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The Morgan Horse . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

The Morgan Horse . There was developed many years ago in the state of Vermont a type of horse that for good sense , courage , endurance , and lovableness has seldom been equalled in the entire history of horse breeding . It was called the Morgan . No man who ever drew lines on a typical Morgan horse can fail to think of it without a thrill of pleasure . The trouble with the Morgans was that they were too small . Given a horse sixteen hands high with Morgan conformation , Morgan brains , and Morgan religion , if we may apply the same word to the qualities of a horse that we do to man , and nothing better could be desired as a roadster , a companion to the man , a friends to his wife , and a joy to his children . The prepotency of that Morgan blood is itself a lesson to students of heredity . It seems to go down through all the intermingling with other bloods and still preserve more or less of its power . We are led to speak thus after reading an account of the sale of Senator A to Au...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

Separator Economy consists in tulng that machine which costs nothing fo r repair . ; whioh nses the smallest amonnt of oil ; wbich IB so dnrable as to last indefinitely and which takeB every particl « of batter fat ont of the milk . Thousand of experienced users seeing this would say SHABPLES SEPABATORS e t once , And they would gaesa correctly too . RABFLES HAFETr HAND and LlTTLB GIANT lap ABATORS meet all the above conditions , P . M . SHARPLES , -RANCHES : West Chester , Fa . Elgin , IU Omaha , Neb . DubuQue , Iowa . f rIffI -- — < — FW - _ . ^ _ ^ . W _ . A WW _ i ______ .. WWW A _______ . kA WW ___________________ .. WW .. Two Bargains . No . 1 . Wallaces Fanner , ] A 11 Weekly Inter Ocean , ~ Weekly ReHster . UI 16 Woman * Home Companion , Vpar Western Garden and Pool- Iv * LA try Journal , j $ _ £ . UU « , WThe Ant three named will be sent , L for f 1 . 70 . i No . 2 . 4 I WallacesFamer , 1411 J 11 ? Weekly Inter-Ocean , J *< Twce-A-Week News , \ 3 H 6 I...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

, Remember Y TA ^ S ^ \ I whereby It Conquers O ^ tSl ^ Es _ Nl ^ S < Ja St . Jacobs Oil < Curat Rt _____ m , Neuralgia , Sciatica , lamlaga , > j Sprains , Braises , Sonnets , Stiffnets , and Bums , j Si - \ ^ $ ppppp & £ \ & mmu 7 £ al - M d m marSw ® m j POMMEL 1 The Best CF I ^ I / ED Saddle Coat ^|^|^|\ JC 1 \ S ^ ft . Keeps dry both in rider the and saddle per- ^^ B f ^ Kf fectly hardest storms . 9 ^| 391 s SubstituteswllldlsappolntAskfor T HR «? » it 1807 is Fish Brand Pommel If Slicker— In S __ * i £ ^ entirely new . not for sale j ^ Hgf your town , write for catalogue to ^ Xm % ^ P flR A ^^ OWERJ 3 oston ^ lass / ^ SB FAMOUS OHIO First , Best and Most Extensively Used Riding Cultivator on the . Market . Hade in all Bteel or all wood , with 1 , 6 , or 8 ahov els , ae the buyer desires Haa Stock Cutter Attachment- Handled by ihe best dealers , and nsed by the most progressive farmers . Send for Free Catalogue which will...

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The Farmer ' s Garden . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

The Farmer s Garden . Cheap as vegetables may be produced on the farm , and dear as they are in the city , the tables of the town dweller are often much better supplied with vegetables than those of the farmers . The farmer is a very busy man about the time the garden is to be prepared , planted and cultivated , and , therefore , he is very apt to leave this important port of the work to his wife or daughters , forgetting that about this time of the year they have as much work on their hands as he , and that it is often no less impoitant . The result is that gardens are wo : ked now much as they were fifty yeais ago and at a great expense of labor . With land as cheap as it is anywheie in the West there is no necessity of applying the old methods . There is no use of having a garden with the bushes all mixed up in it to be spaded over in the spring , and kept clean with a hand hoe . Better have a long , narrow strip . Quit making little beds ; make the whole garden a bed , and by th...

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Sick Horse . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

Sick Horse . To WALLACES FARMER . I Geo . F . Baker , Page County Iowa , writes : Will you please tel me through Wallaces Farmer what ails my hoise ? He makes a muffled sound in the throat when breathing , runs at the nose , a very thick discharge , but coughs very little . What is your opinion of it , and what is best to do to cure it ? The horse probably has a collection of pus in the facial sinus ( cavity ) . If there is a bulging of the bone below the eye it is a sure indication of disease in that region . This trouble is often due to an ulcerated tooth . The only satisfactory remedy Is a surgical npnation for the removal of the offending tooth . In some cases where there is a catarrhal discharge the trouble may be located in the pharinx , larynx or nasal passages . In rare cases the discharge may come from the trachea or bronchial tubes . In all ] cases a careful examination is necesI sary to determine the actual seat of the disease , and consequently I would recommend that a c...

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The Care of the Colt . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

The Care of the Colt . the right around the hips the first time you see it and hold it until it submits . The colt will , if you manifest your power in other ways , in futuie years regard you as the god of the colt , a being of infinite power , a being that loves the colt and will not afilict it needlessly . Give the mare a week or twos rest to comfort herself with the little one , and give it its first lessons . When she goes to the field to work , keep the colt at home . Put it in a box stall where it can not injure itself . Take time to unhitch and bring the mare in about ten o clock , and again in the afternoon , for two or three weeks . Leave some oats in a box where the colt can reach it and thus let it learn to eat . Where it is possible aft > r that , leave it with some old horse or other colt in the pasture . Young colts love company . Do not let it wear itself out traveling to town and back . We always pity the colt that follows the dam to the field and trails i...

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Does It-Pay ? [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

Does It-Pay ? I o WALLACES FABHEK . | In the spring time the industrious farmer begins work on the farm with new energy and bright anticipations of an abundant harvest ; but he does not go about his work in a hap-hazzaid way , because he knows that such farming does not pay . He says it pays to rake and burn the corn-stalks before plowing the ground ; and we are quite sure he is right , because if the staks are turned under the cultivator is most likely to rake them out , bringing with them a large per cent of the young corn . Perhaps the majority of farmel s have learned this by experience . | The ground should be carefully and evenly plowed at a reasonable depth , | and we might say right here that it pays to keep the plow sharp and in | good running order . One harrowirg , pieparatory to planting is not enough | as the ground should be thoroughly pulverized . Do not be in too much of a hurry to plant , even if some of your neighbors have commenced | ; it wont pay to risk your see...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

^ rr ^^ T 3 ARYTES , Whiting , Silica , ¦ Pltisbt _ r __ . ^ BAVK ______ -E __ JB ¦¦ / - _•_ 1 paHHEsiooK * 1 * JL-J Zinc , etc ., etc ., are used to rut-tarsi . AHOHOR ) i ECXSTOT { a * - * - 1 adulterate White Lead , because ATLASTIO 1 -WMKW ) they are cheaper ( cost less ) than BBOO __ LYH ( J l v VLSTEB JEWEIT . \ 1 White Lead , and are branded and ZZm [ sold as White Lead , Pure VCbkago . com * ., v White Lead , etc ., because they HXSSOTFRI f an . SEAL p * -- • cannot be sold as Barytes , Whit80 DTHEBH / ¦ BSBBS ing , Silica and Zinc . MOKLEY ciateland n- » r * rj r _ i By using National Lead Co . t Pure White Lead Tinting Colon , SALEH Balcm , Mo-i . r 4 |_\ _*___ t ~* # ___( r 4 any desired shade is readily obtained . Pamphlet giving valo- * abfe information and card showing samples of cnlorsfree ; also C _ M 0 R . _ _ TTT iu *_ , Buffalo . folder showing pictures of house painted in different designs or various styles or ^ combinations of shades forwarded upon application t...

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Poultry Department [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

Poultry Department AU contribution . lnlcinloel for tlili eleimrtment should be nildrtssoil Pemltry Depnrtmenf . care Wallaces Farmer . Des Moines . Iowa . Care rf B ^ by Chicks . To WALLACES FARMER . Many a busy farm wife is now adding to her many duties , the care of downy young chicks , feeding and caring for these attractive little creatures not only because they are things of beauty , but also because she knows full well that there are good returns in store for her , for all the time and feed she properly bestows upon these wee chicks . Properly bestowed , mind , for Improper , or Insufficient food , or overfed or irregularly fed chicks are a loss , or at best a disappointment . When chicks are twenty-tour hours old they may usually be removed with safety from the nest , placing them in a sunny sheltered nook or corner , in a rain proof coop with a board floor . Carefully examine the Mother Biddie and if not entirely free from lice subject her to some good lice killer that she ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

Unir As a prudent . farmer steers his N t * W calves , and barrows his pigs , afta % c APON ? K A llAj TT sowiS a wise poultryman caThe Triumph * ** vll cent stamp for Capon _ Mrsei ^ 8 . 00 i > oet _ Mdd , »|«/\/\ f eataS ^ -MS MAHUFACTUBING ^* I wKTJ COMOAFONIZEB PANY , Allerton , Iowa . PL TMO XTTB BOOKS . UIILLOW DAWN POULTBYTarda of Barred IT Plymouth Books . Fen No . 1 mated for oookereleby F . H . Bhellenbarger . Pen No , 3 mated for pallets . Bgg « J 1 . 50 per thirteen . A fair hatch guaranteed . ^ L . O . BBOOK , Alden , Iowa . # 1 BnY 815 ; $ 1 . 75 buMM 8 . 0 . B . P . Boeke « s Sli from strains ofTodd , Sid Conger , Shoemaker , Feleh and Thompson . Orders taken now . L . L . D _ YoTOO , Sheldon , Iowa . BOCKS exclusively . Birds farm raked BP . and bred for size , color and em produotion . Eggs 15 for tl . 00 . Mrs . M . L , Knout , Norwalk , la . EGGS from pure bred B . P . Books , Shelkbar-ger-Holt stock . $ 1 . 00 for IS eggs : tl . 75 for 80 ; 40 or mora ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

BLACK Langshan eggs . 100 for t 5 or tlper 15 < $ Jfor 35 . Cockerels heading pens score U points . Mention WALLAoms FAUrn when writing . J . M . Cameron , Oskaloosa , Iowa . HIGH seoringB . Langshans . Eggs tl and tl . 50 per 15 . Mm _ . ALLMBLA Mim . Diagonal , la . WTASBOTTBB . reSSS » S Mlddlotown , Iowa . WYANDOTTES exclusively , choice stock , ¦ SL . Eggs ( fresh ) 14 for 75 c , 30 for $ 1 . 50 . J . B . HARDIN , Indlanola . Iowa . WHITE WYANDOTTE EGOS . Hatches guaranteed . Birds , standard bred , scoring 93 to 9 M . 881 « gs laid by H pullets to March 1 . At store priees amounted to M 056 . They will do It for yon . Price tL 50 for 13 , $ 2 . 75 for 28 . W . A . JENKINS Book Falls . PI . BEAUTIFUL S . L , Wyandottes exeluitrely Farmrange . Fresh eggs tlper 15 . Good hatch guaranteed , order now . J . BwIng , Flak , la MI 80 ELLANSO US . EGGS tlper 18 . Lt . Brahma , BuflCoehin , Hondans , 8 . C . B . Leghorn and B . P . Booka . B . B , WILKINSON , Seymour , Iowa ,...

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A Great Carriage Concern . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

A Great Carriage Concern . Works of the Elkhart Carrlace and Hameb * Manufacturing Company Elkhart . Ind . The business methods of the Elkhart ferriage and Harness Manufacturing Comyanv have built up an immense business during tht ¦ _ = ** ! _>»__ .- _ Hurt . 2 . > year ? , requiring the large factor es f < hown in the accomimnying illustrations The method of selling carriages , wagons nnd harness directly to the users at factory prices , saves a . great deal of the cost of the article . and by doing a strictly cash or C O . D . business the concern is not obliged to overcharge one customer to make up losses on another tm < -. The liberal plan of the company Includes s * lnment of goods anywhere for examination , and If they should be unsatisfactory in anv wav they are returned and the company imys the > freight both ways . The illustrated catalogue which thev send free is up-to-date , and th * prices are remarkably low . The co...

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Hatching . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

Hatching . To WALLACES FARMER . As I have been in the poultry business for the last ten years , raising thoroughbreds , and have had more or less trouble with hatching chicks , I will give ^ my experience as it may be of benefit to some one . Last year when the weather got warm the hens set , as you might say , standing . I came to the conclusion something must be done , and moved my sitting hens into a cyclone cave . They then had such faith sitting they would not get off the nest for three days to eat or drink , and hatched 22 chicks from 26 eggs . • This year I began setting hens the first of February and have hatched 95 per cent of eggs set , but must have fertile eggs to do this . My cave is 6 by 12 feet and 6 ^ feet high , roofed over with plank , covered with about 3 feet of dirt . I set the hens 2 at a time in boxes with plenty of room and close them up ; put date when set on each box . Never take the hen off the nest , but give her an opprtunity every day to get off the nes...

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Poultry Pointers . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

Poultry Pointers . C . W . Phillips . New Sharon . Iowa . In cud 1 * IJIack I _ angshans exclusively . For prices on eggs see his advertisement under the Langshan heading . \ V . A . Mlddleton . Indlanola . Iown . breeds P . Rocks excfusivelv . His prices are reasonable , ns will 1 >& seen from his advertipement in this issue . * If you hnve not already bought two or three sittings of pure bred eggs , don t nut it off any longer . Make a start in good chickens this year . It will pay . Dont fall to read the advertisement of J . S . Stonebreaker . El Paso . III ., which will be fnund under the miscellaneous heading . He has some fine eggs for sale now . Fred DIvelhess , Lngan . Iowa , prices his eggs according to quality . You get what you pav for . For particulars see his advertisement under the Plymouth Rock heading . A . D . Manwell . Vinton . Town , writes that for the next fifteen days he will sell 26 Plymouth Rock eggs for $ 1 . 00 to all who mention Wall...

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CLUBBING LIST [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

CLUBBING LIST BOTHlTBAB WAiiiiAon 1 PASHMS and Wkly Inter Ocean fl . 33 WALLlOKSFAMfHB and Wkly It . Boffiflter 1 . 35 WALLAOMFAKMBKandTwice-a-WkNewi 1 . 25 WALLAOU FAJUtHsand Dally Ne wa 1 . 90 WALLACES * FABMKB and Weekly Leader 131 WALLACES * FABMBE and A _ mer . P 0 u . t 17 J nl IJao WALLA SFABICBB and Wett . Garden A P . J . 1 . 80 W s FABMEB and Western Fruit Grower 126 WALLACES FABMEB and Amer . Swineherd 1 . 20 W V FABMKB and tit . Louis Globe-Demoet 1 . 7 S W ALL AOBS FABMEB and Kansas City Star 1 . 25 WALLAOES 1 FABMEB and Toledo Blade 1 . 25 WALLACES 1 FABMBB and Omaha Bee 1 . 50 WV FABMEB and Woman s Home Compaii IX W s 1 FABMEB and McClure s Magazine IJBC WALLACES * FABMEB and Midland Monthly 2 . 0 C Ws FABMEB and Chicago Wkly Drovers J . 2 . 25 WALLACES FABMEB and Housekeeper 1 * 8 ( WALLACES FABMEB and Wool , Markets andSheep U 0 SOME COMBINATIONS . a Below will be found some combinations of three or more papers , by taking advantage of which our subscribers can save...

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