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How Many Deadbeat Boarders Have You ? [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 6 May 1898

How Many Deadbeat Boarders Have You ? We once knew a lady, a very worthy woman, who kept a very good boarding house and had plenty of boarders . She was a good cook and a good buyer of supplies , but was nevertheless literally eaten out of house and home because she failed to rid her table of deadbeat boarders, nice looking fellows who promised well but paid ill, and the good woman did not have the heart to give them their walking papers because they were chronically hard-up. In visiting farms from time to time we have often been reminded of this good woman, left after years of toil dependent in old age on the charity of friends, by noticing more or less deadbeat boarders on the farm. We have wondered how long the farmer could stand it. In a broad and yet true sense, a stock farm is a boarding house in which the boarders are the which various kinds of live stock and must pay their board and a profit be sides , if the farmer is to keep out of the poorhouse . We know a great many farm...

Publication Title: Wallace's Farmer
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Dr . Peters on Calf Cholera . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 6 May 1898

Dr . Peters on Calf Cholera . We are in receipt of the following letter from Dr. A. T. Peters, investigator of animal diseases in the Agricultural Experiment Station at Lincoln, Nebraska , which we regard as a valuable contribution to the solution of the problem now vexing so many of our readers : In looking over a recent issue of your valuable paper I notice an article regarding losses from calf cholera, and I read it with great interest According to the article, it seems that the writer regards it as a new disease , and he also thinks that the veterinarians have found no cure. I wish to state that there have been some very interesting Investigations made along this line , and everything seems to indicate that it is a germ disease , and that the infection takes place through the navel . Naturally , then , the best method of prevention is to keep the navel disinfected . We have had very good success by advising cleansing the navel first with luke warm water and soap suds , followed ...

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OONBUMPTION CUB ___ D . had [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 6 May 1898

OONBUMPTION CUB ___ D . had Aa old ohyalelan . retlrad from practice , Disced In hla bands by aa —aat India missionary the tot—a— , ot a stands vesstafcla remedy tor tba speedy and permaiwmt can ot Ooaramptton . Bronchitis . Catarrh . Asthma and an Throat and I _ tm __ Alteetlona . also _ a poalttve and radical con for Nervous Debility aad all Neiroua Complains . HaTlnir teatsd . tta weadov fal curattre powers ln thaawade otoM and desMna to relieve human snfferlsc I win sand tree ot Cham to all who wish tt . thto rectoa . ln German . French or Ulnallah , with fall *_ raotlona for nnDartnB and uUi . Bant by mall , by addressing , with stamp , namlns this paper W . A . Nona , a * Pc-ars . Block , Kootnatw . NewYeck .

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HOME SEK _____ aS . " CHBAP EXCURSIONS . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 6 May 1898

HOME SEK _____ aS . CHBAP EXCURSIONS . On Hay 3 , IT , Jnne 1 and 21 , the North-West-ern Line will sell Home Seekers excursion tickets , with favorable time limits , to numerous pointsin the West and South at exceptionally bw rates . For tickets and fullinfcnnation apply to acenta Chicago A North-Western _ __> .

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 6 May 1898

SEND 6 CENTS For Our New Catalogue of SPORTING GOODS . 1000 Illustrations. Everything at Cat Prices . Blcrdce , Bicycle St—dries . , BlUtt BflSSi FOQt Balls , Teas )* , Crosntt , Hannocks , Gymnasium Goods , Doc mSjfcSejiof Cotttra . Flats , Fireworks , Jspasese Noveltka , FMMflf Tackle . Gnus andiAmmraltloii , Skates aad Cattery . Games of Every OescrtBtJon , „ Cameras and Mottfrae-cSowBee , SaiaH insakai Goods . BIOTCUB HJCPAIBINO A SPBCIAITT . Everything la Sporting Goods . W . P . CHASE , 616-618-620 W . Locust Street , DBS MOINES , IOWA . J FURNISH | YOUR HOUSE . I £ HASE & \ y BST , { I 712-714 Walnut St .. fc 1 Des Moines , Iowa | . 1 ^___ ESV •>•*» f I AWm Furniture , E 1 ^ BH Carpets , t I S _ H Stoves . I 1 Seven Large Floors . p 1 New Goods , Beat Quality , f f Lowest Price . P The best is the cheapest—-G-OVHiB OV ______ U ___ S The Best in the World . Ask Your dealer for them . g | *^ a TOP BUGGY F 01 M 22 . 75 » l N MI iuMumfe imiiiLurn •^ rJfcJHP...

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The Progress of the War . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 6 May 1898

The Progress of the War . The great event of the past week has been the complete destruction by our fleet in the East Indies , under command of Commodore Dewey , of the entire Asiatic squadron in the harbor of Manila , and the destruction , also , of the principal fort protecting that harbor . Commoder Dewey simply ran past the fort under cover of the night , got between the city and the Spanish fleet , and burned or sunk the fleet with the exception of one or two small gunboats that got out of reach in a retired part part of the harbor . He then demanded the surrender of the city , the cable , the coal , and ammunition under penalty of the bombardment of the city proper , and gave the Spanish authorities twenty-four hours to decide . As we write the time has about expired but the cable communication seems to be cut off . Our readers may have full news of the result before this reaches them , or they may have it in an hour . If Spain has any sense at all , the war will end in a shor...

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"Calf Rearing . " [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 6 May 1898

Calf Rearing . In our issue of April 29 th , we copied an article on calf rearing credited to Prof Shaw , but which was written by Professor T . L . Haecker . The following letter from Professor Haecker , making the correction , contains additional matter of too much interest to be withheld from our readers : The article on Calf Rearing , page 118 ( 370 ) , credited to Prof . Shaw was written by me for Farm , Stock and Home . I presume this was credited to him by accident . It appears in the issue of April 1 st following the inquiry in regard to feeding calves which had been referred to me for reply . I have read your articles on calf rearing with much interest as it is a subject in which I am especially interested , having made it my business for some twelve or fifteen years before coming to this institution . The Northwest needs more cattle , and the best way to secure them is to raise young things . However , I have noticed that Iowa farmers are not content to confine themselves ...

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Another Bunch of Skim-milk Calves . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 6 May 1898

Another Bunch of Skim-milk Calves . In our last issue we gave an illustration of a pact of the skim-milk calves that are being grown at the ¦ Experiment Station at Ames . This week we give the rest of the bunch in order that our readers may see that the first bunch were not selected . We have recently looked over these calves personally . They are fine steers now weighing between 1 , 100 and 1 , 200 pounds , and are being finished for the market about the first of July . At that time they will weigh 1 , 300 pounds , and we venture they will bring within fifteen or twenty cents of the top prices ou the Chicago market , if they do not bring the very top . We expect to have some photograhps of these calves when matured later on . There is no miracle about the handling of such calves . Give the farmer separator milk , sweet and he can grow just as fine calves as these , provided they are equally well bred to start with . Look them over , study them , lay aside the paper if you do not ke...

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Keep Plenty of Feed in Sight . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 6 May 1898

Keep Plenty of Feed in Sight . It is now past the first of May , and It is well to remember the old adage : A dry April makes a ligh t hay crop . Like many other mottoes of this kind , it is only partially true . We have seen a dry April followed by a good hay crop , but it was only when May and June were abnormally wet . Over a large part of Iowa , Minnesota , Kansas , and Nebraska there has been a deficiency of rainfall during the month of April , v ^ hiie there is nothing to complain of—while , in fact , the season has been just right so far as rainfall Is concerned over everything but eastern Iowa and south and east of it for putting in spring grains and preparing for corn , nevertheless there has not been enough rainfall to insure a heavy hay crop , and unless May and June should be wet it is well for farmers to look a little ahead . We spoke of this some two or three weeks ago and that article has called out a communication from Mr . D . B . Patterson , of Polk county , publis...

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The Weekly Crop Report . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 6 May 1898

The Weekly Crop Report . Crop condltons for the week ending Monday . May 2 d , are outlined by the Weather and Crop Service in the following summary : The average temperature of the past week was slightly below the normal . Light trusts weie noted in many localities , but no damage has been reported . Tlie amount of sunshine was somewhat less than normal . The rainfall came in the form of light showers , quite well distributed , and generally ample for the present needs of crops . In the southeast district , where the soil has been too wet ln the early spring , the conditions nre somewhat Improved , and plowing for corn Is in progres-s . ln more than four-llfths of the ttnte thele has been no exee _ -s of moisture , nnd the soil Is in excellent condition for farming operation ! ,. Reports Indicate that a large area is now In leadiness for planting corn , and farmers aie only awaiting warmer weather to start their planters . In numerous localities in the southern and central district...

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THE NICKEL PLATE ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 6 May 1898

THE NICKEL PLATE ROAD is authorized to sell tickets to Rochester . N . Y .. and leturn at one fare and one-third for tlie rourd trip , on certificate plan , account of Raptlst Anniversaries , May 10-24 , IMS . Three through express trains leaving Chicago dally from the Van Huren Street Passenger Stat on . Fast time and first-cl . iss equipment . Rates ulwavs tlie lowest . Call on or address J . T . (• alniuui . Oeneral Agent . Ill Adams siren . Chicago , Illinois .

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The Cyclone Season . ' [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 6 May 1898

The Cyclone Season . The cyclone season begins early this i year , damage having been done by j the storm of Saturday night , last , in Macedonia , Pottawattamie county , and i in Hartley and other points in northwestern Iowa and one or two points in Missouri . The loss of property is estimated at $ 100 , 000 , but we fear it will be a good deal more . But two or three lives have been-lost so far as heard from , and a number of persons have been injured . We think this is a good time to call attention to the communication on another page of this issue setting forth the style and cost of a cyclone cellar or cave which some of the school districts in the state have been preparing for the safety of their children when cyclones are threatened . There should be one at every farm home .

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Reliable War News . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 6 May 1898

Reliable War News . We are safe in saying that not a single reader of Wallaces Farmer but anxiously waits for news from the seat of war . Whatever the views held before war was declared , every American is now full of enthusiasm and patriotism . Everybody wants news from our navy and army as quick as it is possible to get it , and to meet this demand we have made arrangements with the Des Moines Daily News by which we are able to offer both the Daily News and Wallaces Farmer from the date the subscription is received to Jan . 1 , 1899 , for $ 1 . 00 . The News gives the complete war news quicker than other paper published in Iowa . It is boiled down , and right to the point . The offer we make is a most liberal one .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 6 May 1898

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 6 May 1898

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 6 May 1898

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 6 May 1898

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The Advance in Corn . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 6 May 1898

The Advance in Corn . At last the farmers of the West are securing something like a paying price for the corn that they have been growing and many of them holding for the last two or three yeais . Whether this price is to be permanent or not depends on two or three things , of which one man knows just about as much as another and of which no one knows anything definitely . The two main things are the continuance of the present war and the acreage and yield of the crop which is now commencing to go into the ground . On these sub jects no man living has any definite information . One naval battle may practically terminate the war , and this may occur before the corn is planted , or , in case of an indecisive battle and the embroilment of other nations in the quarrel between the United States and Spain , the war may be prolonged for years and become general . However , of this there Is but little probability . Again , the crop of 1898 may be a bumper crop , or it may be like that of 18...

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