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A Total Disability Claim of $ 1 , 650 Paid to a Man who was Afterward Cured . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 21 January 1898
A Total Disability Claim of $ 1 , 650 Paid to a Man who was Afterward Cured . The Monitor , a newspaper published at Mcaford , Ont ., Canada , first discovered this case two years ago , and published it at length , which now seems , owing to the cure of it , to be a miracle . The facts were so remarkable that many people doubted the truth of them . They said : It is too remarkable ; It cannot possibly be true ; the paper is mistaken , and the man , although he may think himself cured , will soon relarss Into his former condition , etc ., etc The accuracy of Its report called in quest on , the Monitor determined to and ont definitely whether the facts were as stated and whether the man would really stay cured . They accordingly kept a close watch e &gt; n th ? case for two years alter the first article appeared , and have fun now published another article about It , It which the original reports are completel y verified , the cure Is permanent , and the . publish a fac simile...
Clinton County Institute . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 21 January 1898
Clinton County Institute . On January 12 th and 13 th the Farmers Institute of Clinton County held its sevenlth session . Papers on live subjects were read and discussed i i an unusually entertaining manne • . Dairying , by E . C . Forrest , of Teed :, Grove , was an exceptionally good address . The Question Box is a feature that brings out the . things that interest the farmers personally . The roll call was responded to , every member being allowed to state in answer to his name any stock or article he had to sell or wanted to buy . The ladies presented three very able papers that were received by a full house , the opera house being crowded on the last day . The Institiite program was carried out without outside Ijelp excepting a short address by Mr . Eckles , of the Iowa AgriculturalOollege on Dairying . Visitors were present from Jackson and Scott County Institutes and took active part In the evening of the first day . The farmer boys of I _ &gt; w Moor gave an enertain...
Sheep on Clover . Bi [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 21 January 1898
Sheep on Clover . Bi TO w ______ -a * r __ B __ In my commulncatlon on sheep in clover fields I forgot to state that there are two months in which sheep should not run on clover fields—March and April . They injure the plants , but we feed lambs all winter on clovG . B . BOTB _ WELI _ . Caldwell County , Mo .
Sod-Bound Pastures . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 21 January 1898
Sod-Bound Pastures . TO W __ U _ IC _ B * FUtEBM , Having noticed several articles recently about sod-bound pastures , allow me to give my experience and belief on the subject . About twelve years ago I had what I thought was a sod-bound pasture . I had my harrow teeth sharpened , put on four horses and rode the harrow . About ten acres of my pasture was harrowed about one inch deep , but never saw any difference in the grass . iMy belief te , there ore no sod-bound pastures . My lesson was learned from an old German farmer that I boarded with while teaching school . He said , Never turn stock on pas ture until the tenth day of May , and you will always have plenty « f grass aud fat cattle . I have followed his advice in late years and find it corrpct Besides pasturing 26 head of cattle , I cut 24 tons of hay from a . 40-aere clover and . timothy pasture this year . Pastures become sod- _ K __ nd when they are robbed or tramped while wet early In the spring . Stock should not be all...
The Emmet County Institute . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 21 January 1898
The Emmet County Institute . The farmers of Emmet county held , on January 12 th and 13 th , one of the most successful Institutes that has ever . been held In thstate . The programme waa well arranged , the meeting well advertised , a number o ladies on the programme , an exhibition • r farm produce for premiums . Including a pi mlum for the finest baby ; the weather w ^ perfect , and , therefore , success was assui d After the address by the president , music I y S . Reed , Sargent Bevan , and a solo by Mlss Josephlne Wallace , of Des MolneB . Hen . y ¦ Wallace delivered an address on The Correct Theory of Western Agriculture . 1 h s was followed by an excellent paper on Sugar Beet Culture , by G . Schaad . Mr . SCia-d has had large experience In growing rega - beets in Nebraska , and his paper was one of the most Interesting statements of the best method of sugar beet culture we have ever Feeding Cattle was handled in an excellent manner by B . J . Bergeson . We give elsewhere a ...
A Practical Puzzle . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 21 January 1898
A Practical Puzzle . Our readers who are interested in puzzles should secure one of the map puzzles sent out by the Chicago Great Western railway . It is a map of the United States on heavy cardboard , and cut up into states , each state and territory being on a separate piece . They are nicely colored and Bhow the caplta s ot the different states , as well as the large rivers . The puzzle consists In putting the different pleceB together so as to form the map of the United State . It makes more of a puzzle than would at first be supposed , and will be found Interesting as weU as instructive , to the older peorle as well as the young ones . Incidentally , it Is quite valuable as showing the comparative size ef different states , and this will be a matter of some surprise . This puzzle will be sent to our readers If they will send 10 cents to Mr . F . H . Lord , G . P . &amp; T . A ., Chicago , III .
Hearts and Homes . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 21 January 1898
Hearts and Homes . Tbls department is conducted by Mrs . Henry Wallace , Dee Moines , Iowa , who invites contri buttons from all of its readers . A Careless Word . iTwaa but a wort , a esaiwleet wort : Aa thistle-down it seemed aB Ught ; It paused a moment on the air . Then onward winged Its Sight . Another lip caught up the word . And breathed It with a haughty sneer ; tt-gathered weight as on it sped—That careless _ word—ln Its career . Then rumor caught the flying wort . And busy gpsa p gave It weight . Until that little word became A vehicle of angry hate . And then that word waa winged with flre , Its mission waa a thing of pain ; For soon It fell like lava drops Upon a wildly tortured brain . And then another page of life Wltb burning , scalding tears waa blurred ; A load of ctae-was heavier mnde . It added weight , that careless word . That careless word , ob how It scorched A fainting , bleeding , quivering heart ! Twas like a hungry flre that searched Through every tender v...
Our Scrap-Bag . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 21 January 1898
Our Scrap-Bag . —8 ay nothing rtepeettnc youndC , either good , bad , or indifferent ; nothing good , for that Is vanty ; n thin ? bad , for t v at ia affectation , nothing Indifferent , for that IB Billy . —Duty stands for the most part close at band , unabscured , simple . Immediate . If any man has the will to hear her voice , to him is she willing to enter and be bis ready guest —To be warm the foot muBt have free circulation of air , and ln close-fltting , perhaps cramped , shoes it Is impossible for th c m to ba In a healthy condition . —For n ou bleed , take a plug of lint , moisten , dip In equal parts of powdered alum and gum arable , and Insert in the nose * Bathe the forehead ln cold water . — When one feels tired ont . take a cup of hot milk with a pinch of salt and observe the magical results . —He Is a great simpleton who Imagines that the chief power of wealth ia to supply wants . In ninety-nine ca ees out of a hundred It creates more wants than It supplies . —A simpl...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 21 January 1898
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Horticulture [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 21 January 1898
Horticulture C « nmr _ n _ eatlo- _ i to thfc department an soli cited . Qa _ rtlc _ i on homcoltnral matters will be cheermllr answered . Sand Cherries . Mr . Samuel Fryer , of Plymouth County , Iowa , writes : In the spring of 1896 , I bought o _ one nursery two Rocky Mountain cherry trees at fifty cents each , and of another nursery I bought some Sand cherries at six cents each , and he put In so many extra that tliey cost me less than one cent each . They were all full of bloom this last spring and some of the Sand cherries had ripe fruit on them , but the Rocky Mountain cherries had no fruit , so I could not compare the fruit , but in every other respect they look alike . Can you tell me -whether they are both the same thing ? If so , why the jrreat difference In the price of the bushes ? I have a grove on the north and west of my building and an orchard on the south side . The orchard was planted four years ago last spring , and the trees were mostly yearlings from Ames . This...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 21 January 1898
APPH Hlvlt New Imperial Tomato , 8 c . V |_ l _ 11 V 1 Early Cracker Jack O _ io _ , 10 c . -lrrll « V Early SiberianCucumber , 8 c . Vbb __ fWlMghta __ g __ xp __ s 8 abbage , _ c . Total , 31 c . We will send this collection , the very . arliest of their kind , with one of the finest Catilogues ever Issued for only 10 c . Address , KI-OTE 8 __ ED I . O .. Sionx Falls , South Dakota . N . B . A few good careful growers wanted in qvery state to grow onr Farm Seed Novelties on contract . Llbsral prices paid . Ask for terms . Save Money By writing J . Wragg &amp; Sons Co ., for prices on Vpples , Cherries , Plums . Grapes , Small f rait and Irnamental tree * and Shrubs . Evergreens by -he 10-10 . 1000 Finest stook in the Northwest . WE WANT YOUR TRADE . YOU WANT OUR TREES . Send for our new catalogaes , Mos . 1 and i . CENTRAL NURSERIES , Waukee , la . THE MIDLAND NURSERY CO . Des Moines . Iowa . Will furnish planters first-class nursery sto ? k at Wholesale Prices . For infor...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 21 January 1898
fe ft S [ 3 tSt &amp; BL \\ ranted mW to be by 1 a r the __¦¦&amp;¦ __ . Pre ttlest hook ln mm D C __¦ 9 # S 2 &amp; lm nil the worldP ¦_ , ¦ ________ \ AH SEEDS lc and up tor large packets . rS 5 ____^ Send yours and neighbors names for JUKI my Beautiful Illustrated Catalogue . TWR . H . SHUNIWAY . Rookford . III . _ _^ gt .. ITH THIS HARD f- ~ p- * CULTIVAT &amp;^ 0 R , 8 EED % % J DRILLAND HOE-iH-SliSiT .. _ A boy 12 yuars oldcan - i-rw * - , domoreandbetterwork than 3 men with common hoes . Bend 70 s for sa-nplo tjol . Liberal terms to agents . Farm * era handy tool circular fre .. Address , LockBu SS 6 , Dept A ,, ULB . ICH MFG . CO .. Rock Falls , 111 . wt fW s No Mone V f X 7 T . . UntilGoodtaArrlvel I V _ I ____ L Disc Harrows , Lever ir- ¦__ i- ^ fi ______ Harrows , 11 foot aSS _________ H _ Seeders , Cultivators , UgmHw Wagons . Write for nniHHWr Delivery Prices and , « , H | IMraF ^* Catalogue .. * 8 ^^ S 5 * T JMPIRE MFO . CO . SS River St...
Our Weekly Market Letter , [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 21 January 1898
Our Weekly Market Letter , Chicago . 111 ., Jan . 18 . —There was a much better tone to the wheat market yesterday , Hay selling at one time % c above the close Saturday , and , though part of the Improvement was subsequently lost , the final close showed a net gain of nearly He on May and nearly Ho on July . May sold early as low as 90 __ 90 _ c split , improved Anally to 91 _ c , eased off to » D _ c , closing at 90 % @ 91 c . July ranged at S 0 _@ s __ c , closing at 80 % @ 80 % c split . Trade was not large , but the conditions seemed to be gradually growing more bullish , while shorts were generally disposed to cover , and , as there was not much wheat tor sale , the demand was favorable to better prices . The market got most of Its strength from the foreign news ; Liverpool was from % c to l * 4 c per bushel higher than the close Saturday , and Broomhall cabled that the offerings of Argentine wheat had suddenly fallen off , and that sellers for future delivery were disposed to...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 21 January 1898
P . McGUIRE , Steffi * ^¦ TO SPEAKS GERMAN AND ENGLISH . References : C . F . Hood . Nate Jacques , Battle Creek , Ia . j C . A . Marsh Jesup , la .: O . S . Hart , _ - ___ gsley , Ia „ or any breeder in Northwest Iowa . Have made sales all over Iowa and Western Dl . EB . JOHNSTON , Fine stock auctioneer Mt i Vernon . Iowa . TWO FARMS FOR SALE In Osborne connty , Kansas . 160 acres each . One farm coat me 11 . 200 cash . Now 1850 eaeh will buy tbom . Write to S . S . WALLEN , Clinton , Kansas , ¦ 1 » SMallei »» * Pf » PJSSnS . WOOD Patterns . 2 ? J * Ha otii-tttioraf _ J ____ _ _ i _ » f- __^ -0 toS 6 tacht * iroo _ ar _ taddn- * SAWING KltEw MUls Md Howe Powra , ¦« eww « l ^^ S 5 rS ^ £° 1-
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 21 January 1898
READ EVERY WORD For It Comes from the Over-flowing Heart of a Now Happy Woman . And Every Word is Gospel Truth and Can Be as Implicitly Relied on—From Death s Door to Full-Cheeked , Rosy Lite again . SWEET-FACED , soft-eyed motherly woman and ears , followed by an extension of the diaA ls Mrs . Sarah J . Morrison , wife of Dallas ease to the lungs . And now comes the worst Morrison , of Stanberry , Missouri , and to talk part of it . MBungs were always sore , with a with her about the wonderful cure effected in feeling of rawness or burning in the tubes of the her ease by Drs . Copeland , McLean &amp; chancel- lungs , which would produce almost incessant lor is to feel intense sympathy for the misery of coughing . At times , especially if I exerted myher condition when she applied to them , and to self , or it the weather was damp , my breathing -eiolce with her overflowing gratitude over her would be almost shut off by the asthma . Well , release bom pain and suffering as s...