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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 28 January 1898
f ¦ fui / nAji ^ allaces i-in-i-i ^ n . n » * ,, *— fencer ** **^ &gt;* A ^ l ^&lt;&lt; . P __ d _ dWssk . at DBS MOINES ; IOWA . 30 M le * aero ** _*__* **** of the Bitsn —cms . |—B 8 CB _ T 10 N PBICPw year , postpaid . * XK ill ratisorlnt—n * ara payable in adrsnee and *_ TS _? - «_ b * dlsconttojedwhthe - tins ear _ - _ , n _ . renewed . Thedstaonthstaa wfi—tThe ™ the name of the * nb * eriber indf sates ibs time to -whit— the snbscrlptioc —u beenpsld . HENRY WALLACE . E _ t _ H . C - ALLACB , IJ . P . WALLAC-, Gt-TMai-eerI . Adv . Manage Mr . WaDae * was for tea yean , up to Fehti try , 1895 , tbe editor of the Iowa Horn * steali . H _ withdrawal bom thai P » . • spas the eti—_——on of trouble betwt . _ n and the b _ ne _ manager as to ia publ _ editorial policy , Mr . — aH * ee wish lng t * f «« i—sin it In its old position at _ • leading western exponent of anti-monopo ly principles . Faffing in __ _ ¦ becanv the editor of WALLACES FARMER over the e . o...
Making a Pasture . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 28 January 1898
Making a Pasture . _ ir . I . J . M _ ls , of Fremont county Iowa , writes as follows : I undertook to seed a portion of my place to permanent pasture last year with oats , except a flat , broad slough which I put In corn and seeded after laying the corn by . I Xa _ ed on account of the dry weather In getting a stand on either . I plowed the oats stubble and put in fall wheat and sowed timothy again , which came up but the dry spell killed It I shall sow on the w _ ter wheat this winter or spring a mixture of red clover , mammoth clover , _ rnothy , alfalfa , and blue grass . The slough mentioned I ^ hall sow without a nurse crop . Please advise me as to the amount I should sow of each and when I should sow the blue grass and alfaifa , The pasture Is to be principally for summe- feeding of cattle and hogs . It w ! U not be safe to sow the alfalfa until the danger from frost is over . If we were deter—Sued on sowing the alfalfa with it , we would wait until the ground is In good work...
Timothy Meadow . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 28 January 1898
Timothy Meadow . Ai correspondent from Woodburn Iowa , submits the following problem : I have twenty acres of ground wi—1 nothing but _ mot—y ou it I want to sow clover on it also . I have taken one crop of hay from tt Please tell me what to do to make ft a success . We would sow about eight pounds of clover seed to the acre as soon as the frost Is out of the ground and the harrow w _ l work . We would the _ yarrow with a fine , sharp , slant , g tooth harrow . ~ lis wlH probably destroy some of the timothy , but on the whole we believe It will be beneflclal and will secure , we thin , a good stand of clover . We would , lut—Is case , sow the common red and not the _ aunmoth . If you wto _ * t Air meadow , sow red clover on . ; , it you wish * t * or a permanent pasture , * he _ aow about one pound of wMte clover seed to _ • acre 1— add . on .
The State and Her Institutions . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 28 January 1898
The State and Her Institutions . It has beeni an open secret for many years that the state of Iowa has been • largely managed by her charities . A fatal mistake was made in the early history of the state in locating her charities—the insane asylums , the peuitentiarles , the asylums for the deaf and dumb , the blind , the feeble-mind ed , and educational institutions—in different parts of the state , Instead of , as in the case of Oregon , at the state capital . « » » Tiiere has been a strife going on from year to year among the different counties of the state to secure the location of these different charities wit __ . their borders , thus securing the expenditure of a large amount of money annually to the great profit of the banks and merchants of the towns and counties in which these institutions are located . The more money eo expended the greater the benefit to leading individuais , and hence the institutions have been like Solomon s horse-leech , evermore crying , Give , give ...
The Great Ranges and the Great Corn Fields . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 28 January 1898
The Great Ranges and the Great Corn Fields . On the 25 th , 28 th , and 27 th of this month there will be held tn Denver , Colorado , a meeting of the stockmen of the mountains and plains and the great corn states , larger in point of numbers and influence that has ever been held In the United States or in any other country . It is to be hoped that this convention , will discuss fully the trade relations that should be established between the ranchmen and rangemen of the mountains and plains , in the state of Texas , and the com growers of the great states bordering on the Mississippi and Missouri . • * * To any one acquainted with the resources of these states , it must be apparent that Ihe CrealtJor iutemded that they should work together in solving the great problem of feeding the hungry nations with meats of the choicest quality and furnWhlng * hem with the best of clothing wool . The mountain and plain states and the great stock growl—g state of Texas can furnish pasturage as c...
Hawaiian Sugar , [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 28 January 1898
Hawaiian Sugar , Somebody in Washington is going to the trouble of sending out a great deal of literature for the purpose of enlisting the farmers against the proposition to annex the island of Hawaii to the United States . We have never given the subject sufficient study to form an opinion as to whether the annexation of this island is desirable or not ; or , in other words , whether the Senate should confirm the treaty th at has already been made . We think it well , however , to advise the farmers as to the facts in the cage so far as the sugar production Is concerned . Hawaii Is a large sugar-growing country , and has for many years , by reason of the reciprocity treaty , had her sugar exempt from duty . During these years the beet sugar industry has been ileveloped largely in California , nnd we understand that the business is conducted largely in that state by the same men who are engaged in Us production In Hawaii . California has been , therefore , in free competition with H...
Our Third Anniversary . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 28 January 1898
Our Third Anniversary . February 15 th will always be a memorable day in our personal history and in the history of Wallaces Farmer . It is the day we took editorial charge of the paper before known as the Farm and Dairy , and for the first time In several years were entirely free to write our inmost thought and convictions on matters of public policy affect ing the agricultural Interests , without the fear of being overruled by a majority of the stockholders . For month * we had been held responsible for silence which we bad in vain attempted to break , an ! were unjustly suspected of treason by the interests we were endeavoring to serve . It was a relief no tongue can express to be delivered from a bondage so odious and hateful , and free once more to express our convictions on all public question * affecting the farmer . trem We undertook with fear and - bling the work of establishing a paper that would voice the convictions of tho Western farmer . Our attorneys strongly advised ...
Horse Companies . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 28 January 1898
Horse Companies . Several years ago horse companies were tormed in almost every county in the state for the purpose of buying improved stock . So long as the price of horses held up , these companies were profitable . In fact , it was about the only way in which the right kind of stock could be secured in any particular neighborhood . Some of these companies met with losses , out the loss was inevitable , the result of Ihe temporary collapse of the horse industry . Some ot them lost money because of injudicious purchases , and others becauso of injudicious management We believe it would be wisdom on the part of farmers In every community to organise horse companies , being careful to avoid the mistakes made by their predecessors . The amount of stock required for the purchase of two or three stallions is small now , compared with ten will years ago . Considerably more be requ red in another year . Companies which lost money in closing out their business will have a good opportunity ...
Our Front Page Illustration . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 28 January 1898
Our Front Page Illustration . w e present on tlio front pn « e alikeness of tho promising youg boar , Chief TecumBeh Price . He has a rare good ancestry , his s re being Chief TecnmBeh 2 d , of which nothing need be said , and his dam Is Madeline Price , by One Price , and out of Courtney Woo . urn , a noted brood sow . This Is a combination of blood that has proved a rare good cross , and which has been eagerly sought after by the best breeders wherever offered . Chief Tecumseh Price was farrowed March 18 , 1 S 97 . He Is a large pig of his aire , and vigorous , has very hea- y bone , good feet and legs , and possesses the stylish carriage that is the heritage of both the One Price and Chief Tecumseh blood . He Is owned by A . J . Brower , of Kingaley , Iowa , and about one-third of the brood sews that will go ln Mr . Brower s great sale February 4 th will be safe ln pig to hlra . Chief Tecumseh Price Is out of one of the higiest priced , litters of Chief Tecumseh 2 d that has ever...
CLUBBING LIST . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 28 January 1898
CLUBBING LIST . « U _—f BOTH 1 TEA * . _ _ WAL _ IO _ I FABMBB and W _ y Inter Ocean H . WALLACESFABMBB aud Wklyla . Bsaister 1 . 35 WALL AO _ IFABMBB and Twice-a-Wk News 1 . 25 WAI _ AOBS-FA — __ ond Dally Hem 1 . 90 WALLAO — IFABMBII and We . JyLeader 130 WALLACES FABMBB and AmerTPoultry JV 11 . WALLA SFAB _ BE and West . Garden A P . J . 1 . 80 Ws FABMEB and Western Fruit Grower 125 WALLACESFAE —S B and * mer . Swineherd 1 . 25 W sFABMBB and St . Louis Globe _ emoot 1 . 7 S WALL AOESFABMEB and Kansas City Star 1 . WALLACES FABMBB . and Toledo Blade 1 . WALLACES FABHHE and Omaha Bee 1 . 50 W-s FABMEB and Womans Home Compa _ 1 . Ws FABMBB and UeClnres Magazine 1 . 80 WALLACESFABMEE and Midland Monthlr 2 . 00 Ws FABMBB and Chicago Wkly Drovers J . 2 . 25 WALLACES FABMBB andHo—ekeeper IM WALLACES FABMEB and Wool , Markets and Sheep 1 . 50 SOME COMBINATIONS . Below will be found some combinations of thrseor more papers , by taking advantage of which onr subscribers can save quite a co...
Claude , Jr ., 31281 . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 28 January 1898
Claude , Jr ., 31281 . Claude , Jr . the illustration of which will Ix noticed on this page , is one of the good sires ln service in the Poland-China herd of T . Purcell , of Polo , 111 . The cut , which no more than does him justice , will give our readers a pretty good idea of his individual quality . As to pedigree , he is sired by Claude , winner of first ln class and sweepstakes boar at the Worlds Fair , and his dam Is Queen Success 2 d . sired by Harcourt s Wannamaker , he by old Wannamaker 17185 , a combination ot blood that giv s Claude , Jr , the He use to be the great sire he is . Concerning him , Mr . Purcell says : Claude , Jr ., Is one of the best breeders in the state to-day , and he Is right Individually . One of his strong points as a sire is that his pigs are all strong on their feet . He is not for sale The cut of Claude , Jr ., is of more than common interest at this time , as a number of the good brood sows that go into Mr . Purcell s sale , which wlU be held at ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 28 January 1898
_ *&gt; _ Q * 5 _^^ gsfegL SEED OATS . IT @ iraW __ ^ „ It pays to have tbe best varieties it yon FSK _ B—I—W—WSKlf , »* 0 Cn ^ 2 —__ J _ i _* l—__!?_¦__!— » v . desire a profitable crop . Onr seed oats were l ^ JEyyMSJHB — __ f ^ ay y _ carefully grown , thoroughly reclamed and ^ Hi-F—^^ __ pl _ j !_ P—Ir *^^ \ * n price includes cost ot bags for snipping In . _ 3 fPD [ JnPV ____ I * y ° n want a large quantity , ask for special ^/© jidJWt ^ r v Early Champion Oalt , A new variety which has given heavy crops , _ S 9 _ N—_ specially desirable as a nurse crop for sowinglwith grass seed , and for _ TJ ___ BW ricl 1 S ° U M does Best not main Indgo crop or *—*• Price 80 cents per bushel , 2 bushel _ jaBrC _ V . OT moro * -5 Oafs cents . , 10 bushels at 60 cents per bushel . Xfneotn ^ MraUU ^^ T sort , very neavy , rust proof , stands up rfvJ ^ nSL— , well and matures early . Per bushel 90 cents ,- 2 bushels or more at 75 cts .: £ NEMK &amp; £ 10 bushels or more , 65 cen...
Get In Your Renewals [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 28 January 1898
Get In Your Renewals Of the several thousand subscriptionwhich expire this month the greater number have been leneweJ . There still a number , however , who have are neglected the matter and will miss some of the numbers unless they renew at once . It is our policy to stop the paper when the time is out . We take it for granted that if Ihe subscriberwants the paper another year he will say so , and pay for it ; if he does not want it we dont want to send it to him . There are plenty of folks who want Wallaces Farmer , and we have never found it necessary to force It on those who do not . Please examine Ihe figures on the tag -which bears your name , and see if your subscription expires this month .
Our „ C lubblng List . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 28 January 1898
Our „ C lubblng List . The attention of onr readers is called to our clubbing _ st published elsewhere , and especially to the conlbinatlon offers to be found in It . It will be seen that when several papers are ordered at the same time quite a considerable sum can be saved . When sending for more than one paper always mention every paper wanted , so that there can not be any mistake in filling the order . Alwajs wait at least two weeks before making complaint that the papers ordered are not received .
Important , if True . stated with considerable [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 28 January 1898
Important , if True . stated with considerable It rs now show of authority that an alliance has been made between the Kansas City , Pittsburg &amp; Gulf aad the Chicago Great Western Hues , which will enable corn and other grains to be shipped direct at reduced rates from the territory adjacent to the line in Iowa to the South for home consumption and for export . These rates have already been , quoted for Kansas City and Omaha , and we see it states that the line will be extended from Omaha to Sioux City , thus placing a large portion of Iowa territory in direct connection with tire Gulf ports . This Is a consummation devoutly to be wished ; in fact , it will affect all Iowa by causing an equal reduction in rates on corn , wheat , and meat products to the East . It will not be possible for Iowa to receive the -benefit if the pooling Ml should be enacted . The question now before congress is whether Iowa shall be bottled up and , receive no benefit from the Gulf of Mexico , ...
A Problem ln _ Clover GrowinR . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 28 January 1898
A Problem ln _ Clover GrowinR . Mr . Philip Colman . of Clarke county Iowa , sends us the following : I have a piece of ground that was In oats last year and was sown to clover . At the time of cutting the oata there seemed to be a good stand , but ¦ the dry season seemed to kill it It was too dry to do anything wit- it this fall . The ground Is very rough . Please tell me the best and quickest way to get it Into timothy and clover , and if I can get any benefit from it this season . It is quite likely that there is more or less of a stand of clover left on this land . Our correspondent can also get some benefit from it this season . Under these circumstances we would sow a mixture of oats , spring wheat , and barley , taking about a third of the usual seeding of each . Sow these and follow with a seeding of clover and timothy , and then iharrow two or three times . The harrowing will not seriously interfere with the clover that has survived . We would then use it as a pasture and p...
Reduction In Freight Rates . ' [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 28 January 1898
Reduction In Freight Rates . For two or three years we have called the attention of the fanner to the benefits that are likely to be ujrlved from the competition of the railroads leaHUng to the Gulf ports and the evils that must follow providing pooling Is legalized by which tlrese roads running east and west can ecu—bine instead of compete . As illus __ fcing the benefits of Uhls competition at pres ent , we note tihat the Kansas City , Pittsburg &amp; Gulf , the new line that has recently been opened up for traffic , is shipping provisions and lard to Hamburg via Port Arthur at 45 camper hundred , While tire iate via New York is 77 Vi cents . The rate to Liverpool via Port ArUur is 40 cents , while the rate via New York Is G 9 cents . W—lie this affects packers principally , it . nevertheless , benefits the fanner , enabling as it does the packer to pay higlrer prices for the ( hogs which fur nish tiMs product . Enact a pooling bill and all this competition Will cease and ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 28 January 1898
FOR SALE 55 acres with good residence , barns , sheds , fences , wells , and in fact every thing that is needed to make a first-class Elace for breeding thoroughbred swine , ocated within t mile of 8 JL R . in Merrill , Plymouth Co ., Iowa . Tor further particulars address , F . K . VEAL . Assignee . Merrill . Iowa . FARMS FOR SAIE AND EXGHAN 8 E . Far—M c—Urine a ehanaa of location should wrltens . We haTS farms In 8 . E . Iowa , Central and 8 . W . Missouri , S . B , Kanaaa and alon * Iron Mt . B . B . in Arkansas . Wanted a German to bnr a 240 acre hit—r ImproTed , choice farm ln 8 . B . Iowa , . . 00 aa acre . German settlement . We have a 240 acre farm K mile from oonntj seat town of 2 JW people _ B . B . Kansas , fox tala at $ 25 . 00 an asm , fine farm and extensive improvements . Good throe * rear-old steers way nnder 4 cents a pound , BOIES BROS . - CLARK , Bh _ h __ m . Ia . or B 0 IE 8 BB 0 S . 8 ed _ U . mitao _ l 500 Bend FARMS 6 cents in FOR stamps SALE for list AMD an...