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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

Reliable Agents Wanted for McMDllens - - > ff STEEL WIRE CABLE FENCING STEEL THE McHULLEN WOVEN Chicago , Illinois . m Vlb ^ gpi » Ai W m \ i ^ SPRING ^^/^ S ^ 1 £ g ffi ^ H HE \ IT !^ T ^ Sg HBHJHM | HHBH | Send for the free A . ^ HmnNHlH ^^^ H desert BFenci . i 1 of fence making . HMfPKSMB ^^^ H the Farmers 1 ^ HUyODjjS ^^^ H Tools , whioh ¦ KISS ^^^^^^^ H loweBt weave the best f * nce at Hl ^^ HflH ^^ HH and fix old leuctf iur p _ gd « u « uu _ aa . J . P . VISSBUING , B . x 175 , Alton . Illinois . TO KNOW LATIN , Yon must study it until you can think Latin . Then youll think the best Latin of which you are capable . Its so with fence , When you know fence yonll think the b » at fence—the Chain-Stay . CHAIN STAY FENCE CO ., 25 Miller St , Stertlnf ID . WAR NEWS ! Tlie papers are full of ntnrtllnjr utatement * . Btu-h conclusion 1 * are foolish and unfortunate . Try and prove paire Fence before you make i decision . , Seoourad . ln next It-sue . ? AfiE 1 VOVKX WIRE FKX...

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

CABLED POULTRY «» GARDEN FENCE CabledfleldandHoKFenclnff wltb . and -without lower cablet-orbed , feteel web Picket Fence for IAWZU and Mmeterlts . Steel Gates , posts , etc DE KALB FENCE CO ., 158 High St ., DE KALB , ILL . i BEATEN tJGammm ^^^ BBBBBBBBBB TO B & DEATH • By Belllnsf our ggagBSffggP ^ WflVEH U A gj ^ p p e U _________________^_____________________ I ________________ S __! S paying freight thereon • venotonlysarehlmallof tho middle man s proflt but we have beaten the hajid fence machine to death . Prices way dawn . It Is a cheaper and better fence than can bo made by any hand machine for the money . It s all Interwoven ; no loose enilstounravel ; cross wlreacannotsllp . and REMEMBER t ^ vriteforfrcecln-ul ^ extra bpeclal discount . Better write at once . ADVANCE FENCE CO .. 25 Old St .. Peoria IIL • WIND , WATER AND LIGHT : « aro the only thinRs not aoccerafolly turned or confined by ^ 2 KEYSTONE WOVEN WIRE FENCE . £ • Nothing else can get through it , und...

Publication Title: Wallace's Farmer
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Hearts and Homes . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

Hearts and Homes . This department ls conelucteel by Mrs . Henry Wallace . Des Moines . Iown . who Invite . contributions Irom all of Us readers . Teach the Girls to Sew . Hon . Albion W . Tourgee . who is probably known to most of our readers as the gifted author of Bricks Without Straw and the Fools Errand , is now one of our consuls in France . He writes weekly letters to the Inter Ocean and I was interested in one that appeared last week in which an American girl related her experience in a French boarding house . The part that especially Interested me was as follows : , One day I was laborously translating the campaign of Froeschwiller , when Gabrielle , the daughter of the house , came in and sat down her work basket , announcing that she was trop enrhumee , that is , she had too bad a cold , to go to school . I glanced up from my version and idly watched her cutting a neat hole in a square of new cambric , which I should casually have taken for a handkerchief . At a loss for ...

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MRS . PINKHAM TALKS ABOUT "CHANGE OF UFE . " [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

MRS . PINKHAM TALKS ABOUT CHANGE OF UFE . Women are Urged to Prepare for this Wonderful Revolution In tbe Economy of Their Life Blood—Mrs . Watson Telle How She Was Helped . At no time is woman more liable to physical and mental dangers with honro of suffering than at the Turn of Life . The great want in womans system is ability to properly adjust itself to the new conditions . The outlet , monthly , of blood is now being diminished and carried into the body for the snpply food of its later years . Daughters , you can now to some extent repay your mother s early care . She must be spared every possible exertion . Ton must help her bear her burdens and anxieties . This critical time safely over , she will return to renewed health and happiness . That so many -women fail to anticipate i- ^ this change thus happily , is owing not * merely to lack of care , bnt to igno5 J ^ y ranee . There is , however , no excuse y for ignorance when experienced ad- — vice can be yours free of all cost...

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

ENA MBMH H up ubon ^ SSlis ^ No DNO Odor 1 NO OTHER COMPARES WITH IT . ITS THE BEST I eJwL . PRESCOTTa-CO . NEW YORK I ^ . ___^ m ^ WF ** CI ID DI ICT O Bnoh aa Hives , 8 actions , Foundation , ^——W ^ mwm mmm ^ m ^_ OUrrUlCO Extractors , and everything else used ^^ % m ^ by a bet-keeper . Alao book on bee-keepini ? and large catalogue free . IM ^ Immense stock . Address , J ^ JflS | | Bflfl |[| , ... _ . 0 l _ .., lOW . - THB PEORIA WASHER Washes clothes easily and thoroughly . BALL BEABING 8 . Booklet free . CI _ L _ K , Qci __ n . _ Hoses , 401 W . St ., Peoria , HI jMna For 12 Cts . and the name ftfSSxHw m of this paper , we will aend jBHKUn T yon one packet each of ^ Kramer s Giant Mixed ¦_ Q- __ H 1 f ) - A _ B __ i \ sSOnUimnm Panales , 15 e ; Mixed Asters , »_ i | l |/| K Co ;_ -lanthnsPink , 5 ojPop- ^«_(__ L <___ Afc ____ , py Snowdrift , 6 c ; Phlox _______ - __ £ ___/__ Btar $ Quedlinburg . lOc ; Gi- , ^_ W _ l __ Wi 5 _ 3 Sweet Williams , 10 c ; total . JKHBEg...

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

( MA ORAPH 0 PH 0 NES . < Mfl -lv TALKING MACHINES ! V-l Greatest money maker ever offered . Anybody can start intheshowbusiness . Make $ 10 to $ 20 a day giving ex- . LOUD AND CLEAR ENOUaH to be heard in any Hall Church anywhere . They re wonderful . Imagine a musical instrumentthatwiU it actuall y TALK TALK . That by simply Up like a clock ynnranplgyhaTiri exactly as it was played by Sousa—cornet , trombones , drums . Sings songs , tells funny stories Does nt seem possible , ? But it docs eien more than that You can sing or talk yourself and it willrepeat , amomentalter , justwhatyousaid . HOH E AnUSEHENT * _ l ^ m ^ ddj ^ S hSringtub EAGLE ORAJPHOPHONE §_ g . ^ and concert horn , $ 10 . Same outfit , with handsome oak carrying case , $ ia . Price of our BEST EXHIBITION HUSICAL OR TALKING RECORDS , 50 c each $ 5 a dozen . Otir $ 20 BlS ? Show Outfit Includes our Eagle Graphophone , with carrying case , two hearing & tubes , concert horn , record brush . 18 a...

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A , Cood Dipping Vat . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

A , Cood Dipping Vat . We reproduce herewith the description of an improved sheep dipping vat contributed to the Northwestern Farmer by Dr . M . H . Reynolds , of tho Minnesota Experiment Station . The cut has been kindly loaned to us by the Northwestern Farmer . The accompanying cut represents a cheap , portable dipping vat that can be made by any carpenter , and a sample of which shoud be owned by every farmer who keeps many sheep , calves or hogs . It can be used for dipping any of these smaller animals for any of the external parasites , and this Is a rapid and effective way of treating such parasites . The description of the vat itself and of the method of using it were suggest ed to the writer by Mr . J . E . Story , for many years superintendent of the famous Bow Park stock farm in Canada , and a very thorough stockman . The vat should be made of best pine lumber , one and one-quarter inches thick and should be six feet long at the top and four and a half feet at the bottom ,...

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To Rent or to Buy . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

To Rent or to Buy . To WALLACES FARMER . In a recent issue of the Farmer , a correspondent inquires whether it would be better for a young man to buy a farm in Iowa , to rent , or to move to some other state . There should be plenty of land in Iowa for all the present inhabitants ; besides , we need all the good young men . In my opinion a young man had better rent than to buy . The Interest on forty dollars an acre land at seven per cent would be ? 2 . 80 , the taxes about 25 cents per acre ; total $ 3 . 05 , a little more than the rent mentioned . There is another feature , also , in the deal . A person does not usually have to pay full rent unless he raises an average crop . In buying he makes as large a payment as possible and has often to make improvements , keep up his wear and tear , insurance , and a hundred other things . You can borrow money when it is cheap , but you have to pay ( with interest ) when it is scarce and locked up . When the dark days come and the money shar...

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Scab In Sheep . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

Scab In Sheep . To WALLACES FAS-IKR . In reply to an Inquiry from one of tbe readers of Wallaces Farmer , I would say that the disease known as scab in sheep , Is produced by an insect or mite which may remain in Infected ground or about buildings for several months , and as a matter of safety and precaution , it would not be advisable to use the grounfl or lots that have become affected for at least one season ; that is , pastures or lots now affected , should not be used by sheep during the coming summer , but if infected in the fall , they should be abandoned during the winter , unless fully disinfected , and this can only be done with considerable difficulty unless the sheep have been confined to close quarters . It may not in all cases be necessary to abandon quarters for as long a period as this , but it is not advisable to take the chances of having this disease reappear by failure to observe proper precautions . As a general policy , it is also of advantage to change the she...

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Finish Feediner When Begjun . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

Finish Feediner When Begjun . In years when corn Is cheap and plenty and cattle scarce , farmers do not stint in feeding their young cattle , hence it is ~ not uncommon to see calves come to grass almost fat enough for the butcher . The farmer argues that he has never known corn to hurt calves , and that more cattle are ruined hy under-feeding than by overfeeding , and he tells the boys to give these calves all they will eat : that it will be good for them ; that they will make all the better steers after while , etc . The cattle go on grass about the first of _ fay . and the good man who had so much faith in grain is very greatly surprised if he happens to take a walk on Sabbath afternoon along about the middle of June with a bucket of salt on his arm , to discover that these calves that looked so nice the first of May had not made the gains that he expected while others that he perhaps bought thin , skin and bones as it were , have made very fine gains and bid . fair to equal if n...

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The Ground Ivy . of Mt Pleasant [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

The Ground Ivy . of Mt Pleasant C . C . A ., , Iowa , writes as follows : How can I rid the lawn of cheese weed , button weed , or ground Ivy , wnen tne lawn can not be plowed on account of trees and shrubs ? This is the first question of this kind that has come to the office , although we have been looking for them for years . The woman folks seem to be captivated with the bloom of ground ivy and grow it in hanging baskets in the yard , and thus in time the seed escapes and proceeds to take possession of the lawn . We have watched this spread for nearly twenty years and wondered whether Iowa soil would take kindly to this intruder from the East . We had a sorrowful experience with ground ivy in our boyhood . It gave no trouble on clay land , but on alluvial it was , we think , the worst pest we ever saw in the corn field . We have spent many a day when the corn ground was too wet to plow in pulling It out from among the hills and putting it on stumps . Even then it would grow if in...

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TRACTION ENGINES FOR THE FARM [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

TRACTION ENGINES FOR THE FARM No valuable piece of machinery is Invented nnil perfected ln n day . It is not designed bv accident , but is the result of long years of experience and an Intimate knowledge of the needs of the public . Fifty years ago people knew that steam power was preferable to horse power on the farm , but thev did not Know how to apply the steam . When the traction enRlne first appeared , thev found that It 1 , first cost was very much greater than the pi Ice of a horse , and they did not stop to conolder that the engine never got tired and did not need to be fed all winter when It was not nt work . So grent nre the advantages of this machine that the people could scarcelv believe that lt would fulfill its claims For nenrlv half a century the M . Rumelv Co . nf LaPnite . Indlnna . have been making machinery for tho farmer . and every season has seen some Improvements in the product of their factories . The traction engines manufactured bv them stand at the head of...

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Omaha-Premiums , [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

Omaha-Premiums , The attention of our readers was called in a recent editorial to the action of the managers ot the Omaha Exposition in offering medals for live stock prizes instead of cash premiums . The subject is of such general interest to the stock raisers and their friends that It is discussed every time they come together . At a recent gathering in Omaha a number of prominent breeders of cattle , representing the states of Iowa , Nebraska , Illinois , Missouri , Kansas , and Minnesota called a meeting at the Millard Hotel for the discussion of the subject . President Wattles and Secretary Rosewater of the Exposition , were invited to come before the meeting , which they did . A free discission followed , in which the stockmen made plain the feeling of themselves and brother breeders in the matter . The officers of the Exposition met the breeders in a very friendly manner , -were glad to receive the suggestions made , and it Is altogether likely that the meeting will hear frui...

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Recent Cattle Sales . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

Recent Cattle Sales . The cattle sales west of the Mississippi river had their anal wind-up last Saturday , ending with the C . C . Bigier sale at Victor . Iowa . AU the cattle sales have been uniformly successful this year , and it seems uu If the men who have held onto their cattle during the dull seasons of the years previous to 97 wiU receive their merited reward . Wallaces Farmer rejoices with them over the fact that cattle are now getting to where they ought to be , and hopes to see even yet greater advance ln valueB . We give below the repoitb of the sales held last week : WBSTROPE-MDIARMID . Quite a large crowd of breeders and formers assembled at South Omaha , Neb ., on April 21 st . the date of the T . R . Westrone & Son and F , M . McDIarmld sale . Iowa . Illinois . Missouri , Minnesota and Nebraska bidders were present , and the tops of the offering found appreciative buyers . The general average of the sale was hardly up to expectations , but at the same tim...

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

BWrb ^^ art fflk -ert complete hue ^ of _ iMPL nn mach _ neryn . a _ . ufacturedbyan EMEl y _ ingle concern la the world ^ : < t V rc ^ « t t 11 embraces . OolimtblaHarw ^ armdBlndar . „___ 0 mbome „_ , J ^ J I % mSSSSSSi % \ u miSSu ^ il ^ . 11 ^ m 0 Sm wn -hormai ^^ ^ B ^ . Alla -StaalSaltDump 1 S ^^ flaltam ^^»^ . \ I , C ^^ JJ ^^ o rVwloSSHirrowa ^ , , afcfe ^^ fi-ESSi J with I A ^ Ombor ^^ rvmachine & AthSteal is rullv Center warranted Drive and Is Teddera the best of , Itsclissthat ete . can be ¦ produced ., __ , _„ . # J ) good KrtoS complet ! . i & Upment , superior skill and lone experience . / THE OUT HERE SHOWN la the that | of our Urn k . I li Oabornm Columbia make Harvester OeSl macfrfneo and-Blndag / . 1 W \ / \ I It is full of feature ^ colculated to lt ^ 1 \ l \ l ___ 1 fcfjui tot ^ the farmers use . The two most important f 1 Y I \ f C > __& ** _ i r » nm „„ _ . __ .,. _ , _ , __ . _ ,- *¦ tlv affect the draf...

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

Horticulture Communications to this department are solicited Que tieins on horticultural matters will be cheeifullj answered . Tree Planting . To WALLACES FARHEE . Every land owner should plant trees . Most of them do ; but what sort ? I mean plant trees that will eventually be worth money , either-as nut bearing or for fine lumber . If you cant get the young trees , plant seed . You will likely not derive much benefit from them , but your descendants will . It takes a tree from thirty to one hundred years to be of much value for lumber , but for nuts they will be profitable much younger . For instance , black walnut trees will bear when not more than an inch and a half in diameter . In planting nut seed quite a degree of shade must be given to all , though beech require the heaviest shade ( and I wonder why beech trees are not planted in Iowa ; they could be protected while young ) . Take the seed as soon after it is ripe and has fallen , as you can , and plant in the shade of tree...

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

DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CUBED by local application * , as they cannot reach the diseased portion of th * ear . There ia only one war to enre deafnsa , and that il by conitltuHonal remedlm . Deafnau ia earned by an Inflamed condition of the mneona linlnlng of the Eustachian Tube . Wben thia tnbe geta inflamed yon have a rambling sound or lmperfeot hearing , and whea it Is entirely closed deafness Is the result , and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tnbe restored to its normal condition , hearing will be destroyed forever ; nine eases out of ten are caused by eatarrh . which Is nothing but an inflamed condition of the muoons surfaces . We will give One Handled Dollars for any ease of Deafness ( caused by catarrh ) that cannot be cured by Hall s Catarrh Cure . Send for circulars , free . ^^ F J . CHENEY CO ., Toledo , O . Sold byDmnlata , 75 o * HaUs Family Pills an tha best . MIHTIOH WALLACES FAIIIER Wpw W » irmq .

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