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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 28 January 1898

SALE at reasonable price * , a few JOB Duroo-Jerser sows bred . Write for price * A . THOMAS , Montlcello , Iowa . Missouri Herd Dnroc-Jersey • Swine . A few EXTRA male * nady for service , and a fancy lot of bred gilts . Write for description * and price list . J . D . STEVENSON , New Hampton , Harrison County , Missouri . IOWA HEBD DVBOC-JEBSEIS . SO BBED SOWS . Including our show herd of VrSn for sale . Write for particulars . WH . BOBEBT 8 * SOU , Paton . Iowa . STORY COUNTY HERD of registered DVROOJERSEY SWINE . A few choice pig * of both sexes now ready for shipment . Pries * reasonable . Address , W . B . or IV . I . NILES , Asses , ktsra . * aBBBaB * a * aBBB _ • MJROC Adetttta -JERSBY Herd • SW 1 _ ^ Wkmkmkmkmkmkmw ^^^^^^ choice pig * of both « xe diaaaaaaaaaHRSi for . sale at lowest , price * SMafMWSWBaatgOf New blood for our old anr to * _ l _ B . PBAM . _ fwH & PortByroe . _ THE QREA . T RED HERDS WEST and SALISBURY ft SONS . nBred » ow * readytogo out . They...

Publication Title: Wallace's Farmer
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Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 28 January 1898

50 POLAND-CHINA BROOD SOWS AT AUCTION Bfj »_ r _ _ *—AT—— aasSmsBmW Clinton , Iowa , Tuesday , February 1 , 18 Q 8 . An offering from the wall known ingSISaiPPI VALLEYHEBD OF CLAUBSBB BBOS ., Goose Lake , Iowa . Sows sired by TBOUMSBB O 0 BWIBW 41 , ( by the gnat KINO TBOUMSBB »_*) STRAIGHT LOOK BO 703 , ( by Look Out ) . TBOUMSBB COUBT 35879 , CHIEF WILKES 2 D , ( bothby CHIEF TBCUM 3 BHBD ) , and Purifier ( by Hadley ) and other * of like merit . They are i _ j tn TECUMSEH 00 UBT SS 879 , BTBAIOHT LOOK , HEADLIOBT CHIEF 41949 , and STABS LEAD SB YoL _ , ( he by Teeumaeh Star 417 * 9 O , and out ot Daisy Ward 92145 ( O ) , 20 head an Srijng . or over , the balance gilt * of February and March farrow . The dam . of the offering an by such aire * aa TEOUMBEB COBWIB , LATEST FASHION H 042 B , CHIEF TECUMSEH _ , PUBIFIEB Steal , MODEL 24949 ( by Hadley ) Tecumseh Court and other * . Every » ow will be guaranteed safe in pig . The aged sow * are tried and useful breeders and in tbe prim...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 28 January 1898

¦ Pliasant Ridgi Herd Poland-Chinas An right on top . for ai * . and ( trie . 35 ail ** teed to extra good aon * of Chief Teoumaeh _ and Blaek Chief M , for **_ Coma and name or write . B . K . AXTBtt , Strawta * . PHrt . U .

Publication Title: Wallace's Farmer
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 28 January 1898

A sBOlb . aow * bred for Feb ., March and B . II April Utter * . Grand-daughter * of the ¦ LI I noted hog * . of tha day , and bred to TV gnat aooaot One Frio . UI 71 and Look Ma Orar VMS . Farm IK mil ** from air line . BozlOOW . P . a AB . BABB , Davenport , la

Publication Title: Wallace's Farmer
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 28 January 1898

FOLAITD-CH _ A SOWS TOB SAXE . Fine choice * ows , br « d to the gnat show and breedl-g boar * Btval Ckkf 32 S 81 and Look Me Qrerld the best •_ aired % Old Look Ma OvnltiUB 7 . Write fbrpnofc . Ii . O . 9 WKJK , A _ m . loam .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 28 January 1898

— YOVtta SOWS BMEDior aale . Tecumseh , Willre * Free , T > ade , U . S . Chief , Ssniatloa Chief gUt * brad to Great Western one of old Hld e * irelcher * beat * ona , and tha first choice of tha litter , dam Tamptetlon ( by Ideal Blaek TJ . 8 . ) . CO . MORTON , Thornburs , la . ,

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Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 28 January 1898

Jift * ftAft *« . Aft 4 ____ ft *_ AAft * ftjftA _ . ** : _ *_ J _*_*_ ft *__* ft . ft «*_**__ ftftft * ft * . ********«» i JS Square __ Business --TUB and STAB BANNER Poland SALE OF THE NORTHWEST Chief Sow = Sale , i |* ? J ! SHELDON , IA FIFTY ., TOPS TUESDAY -THRTY AQED SOWS , AND FEBRUARY TWENTY QILTS . 1 , 1898 . 2 % g * J Sired by the most noted sire * , such as SQUABE BPSI- ¦ nH ^ L * ll ***** B _ L *** c 2 L __ H __ BL _ l SQUARE BUSINESS 19815 A „ the king of sires j * wt NESS , CHIE ? TECUMSEH \ 2 D , LOOK HEiOTEB , immmaWaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaWRBwtBm and l ™ winners . He won 1 st at the Ohio state fair , also J * wt LOOK OUT . HAEPY UNION , KINO BUTLER , and HBil ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ l ^ S seven 9 _ sweepstakes i at various fairs , and has never been de- J ** ? J PILOT au _ ITJM . feated . He is second to no hog living . He is a the producer and of 0 * v ^_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ HBJ __ iied 4 ^ . Come ( b 8 sale , u ?! 8 ) * j They are bred to SQUABE BUSINESS . POLAND _^ p _^^^^^^...

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Where Can { the Colt be Crown Cheaoest ? [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 February 1898

Where Can { the Colt be Crown Cheaoest ? The corn and grass states of the West can grow the draft colt cheaper than any other country in the world . This is especially true in the blue grass sections . It is not every farmer that realizes that a draft or any other colt can be grown from the time it is a year old to three or four at less cost than a stock steer can be kept for the same period . All that Is needed is a winter pasture of blue grass from which he can paw the snow , a shelter during the worst storms , a stack of clover hay to which he can go for a change , running water , salt , and perhaps two or three bushels of corn in the ear between the middle of March and the first of May . Possibly it would pay to feed a little grain < in addition . We believe it would , but a very good horse can be grown in the way above mentioned , as we know from about ten years experience in the business . * * » In this section , however , of the country , that is , in the corn and ...

Publication Title: Wallace's Farmer
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Feed For Lambs . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 February 1898

Feed For Lambs . Mr . J . E . Wing , the well known Dor eett breeder , of Ohio , gives the following TOitlon wM-h he finds best adapted to tihe growth of lambe , especially where intended Itar sHow purposes or • early sale on the market : I have hold best results with this mixture of ground feed , by weight : 100 pounds com meal , 100 pounds wheat bran , 25 pounds oil meal . The proportion of oil meal may be lincretoed iff desftred and oats may be added , eWtnec whole or ground , in amounts to stfit the comparative price , for © aits are well ba _ a _ iced food of themselves . However , I aid vise feeding them separtely so thlait the lambs may take • their choice of grains and not eat more of one thorn they ¦ desire . Where bran is mot available , oats may be substituted and the oil meal tuition slightly increased . Gaits are a well balanced ration ( themselves . Corn is too highly carbonaceous , but by adding about one-sixth as much oil meal as corn , the Whole will be reduced to a...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 February 1898

VMMMMWMVtftfWh ^ M ^ MMMMMMMM ^ MW JAfallgces griper , FobUahed Weekly at DBS MOINES , IOTA . OBN JM _ MTOM the street east of the Saver ] , House . HUBSOEiPTION PEICB . Per year , postpaid . ILOO All rabeeripttcmg ant-parable In sd-ance and the paper will be discontinued when the time expfcett , unless leuenad . The date on the tea which bean the name of the subscriber indt eatea-QM time to which the rabeetiptlOD baa been paid . HENRY WALLACE . Editor . R C TALLAGE , I J . P . TALLAGE , Gtnl Manager | . Adv . Mimpa Mr . Wallace was for ten yean , up toFcfcr ? • xy , 1895 , flic editor of the Iowa . Homestead . Kb withdrawal from that papet was the nitminaHon of trouble btlweJfc film and the business manager ai to tin public editorial policy , Mr . Wallace wfifr log to maintain it in its old petition as die leading western exponent of anti-monopo-ly principles . Failing in this fie became tiie editor of WALLACES FARMER over the editorial policy of which he has full control . He invi...

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» - ¦ - — ——— — Breeding Grains . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 February 1898

» - ¦ - — ——— — Breeding Grains . While a great deal of attention Bos been given in recent years by the general farmer to the problem of breed ing live stock , Ibut very Uttle attention has been paid to fohe equally important problem of breeding grains to feed them . Many formers who have t-ionragbbraf or high grade stock aire feeding them om scrub or low grade grain , seemingly unconscious of the fact that the animal and vegetable kingdoms are but halves of a whole , that they are governed by tbe same laws , and that the principles wMc-h when properly followed insure success In the development of the one will , under like wndlttons and circumstances , secure the highest success __ the other . * • • Success la the development of an animal depends on two Chief factors ; the one -the observance of the laws of heredity , and the other the securing of a proper environment ; or , in other words , breeding and feeding , including in tbe latter term not merely the kinds and quantities of g...

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What Kind of Clovers to Crow [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 February 1898

What Kind of Clovers to Crow In recent Issues we have discussed at some length the reasons why the clovers should find a permanent place on every Western farm . In the present issue we discuss briefly the varieties that should be grown . There are four distinct varieties of clover which will grow under proper oondiMons on almost every quarter section In the states of Iowa , Illinois , southern Minnesota , large portions of South Dakota , northern Missouri , and the eastern portions of Nebraska and Kansas . These are the common red , usually called , but improperly , medium red ; the mammoth , the proper name of which Is medium clover ; white clover ; and alsike , or , as it is some times called , Swedish clover . In addition to these there there is sweet clover and its near kinsman , Bokahra clover , which are weeds In the region above mentioned , but become valuable grasses in drier sections where the first mentioned clovers do not flourish . The white clover should be used solely ...

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Subsolllng . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 February 1898

Subsolllng . Professor N . B . Tftwuep , to the South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin No . 54 , communicates a series of experiments with sub-soiling conducted at a number of Staitlons in the Northwest and on a number of farms in Nebraska , Minnesota and South Dakota . Wheat and oats on sob-soiled plats showed a greater resistance to hot winds , but lodged more readily in hot , sultry weather than the grain on un-sub-soiled plats . In a potato and a corn experiment , the increase of yield of sub-soiled plats over unsub-soiled plaits was 25 per cent and 11 per cent , respectively . The rainfall during the season was adequate and none of the plats suffered greatly from drought , so that the exact benefits from sub-soiling could not be determined . An experiment with tomatoes was conducted as a variety test of early varieties and as a sub-soiling test In nine cases of twenity-two , the tomatoes on sub-soiled land were later than the other ; in six cases they were earlie...

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Th > Danger of the Transport -ation Trust . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 February 1898

Th > Danger of the Transportation Trust . The avowed object of every trust or combination ,, whether of persos nr corporations , engaged in mining , manufacturing , or transportation , is to reduce the cost of production . This is right , legitimate , and in accordance with the best spirit of the age . All aggregations of capital should work to the same end . Business is now done In large volume and at small price , the result of improved machinery , new inventions , better methods , and increased skill . . » __ __ * * If trusts would stop With the accomplishment of this avowed object , while many would suffer , as they do in all changes of business methods and as a result of all improvements , the general public would be greatly benefited . The cheaper goods can be produced without reducing the price of labor , the better for the world at large . Happiness consists largely in the gratification of a lawful desire for better food , better clothing , and a higher standard o...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 February 1898

Br ^ j i l illi \ jS || W nALLj Vegetable Sicilian ^ 1 HAIRRENEWER : does for the hair just what ib 1 i name says | it does—it renews it . L Fading , falling , thin locks iJ ¦ M § 3 are stimulated to look fresh Kg . * Sgfi and new by its use J nature // JUS Jjj I lareSS ^ oes *** rest * £ ^ ____ f »__

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Corn Stalk Disease . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 February 1898

Corn Stalk Disease . The farmers of Nebraska , as well as those in Iowa , and especially in the sections where corn is more extensively grown , have this year suffered heavily from the loss of cattle when running in the stalk fields . The government has investigated the subject quite fully for two or three years at considerable expense but as yet has entirely failed to determine satisfactorily as to the cause of this somewhat mysterious disease . The Agricultural Experiment Station of Nebraska has recently published Bulletin No . 52 , by Dr . A . T . Peters , in which the subject is discussed more f tilly than it has been in any previous bulletin from any of the stations , and we are sorry to say that a somewhat careful perusal of it ( leaves us as much in the dark as to the cause of ithds disease as ever . It has been found in all parts of that state during this year , on the Missouri bottoms , on the high rolling table lands , in the Logan valley , the Elkhom valley , and the coun...

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Clover Questions . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 February 1898

Clover Questions . So many letters are coming to us every day asking for information on particular points on clover growing that we are obliged to group them under a general head . Mr . Oharles Law , of Scott county , Iowa , writes : Oiover being a biennial , will two successive seedings each spring insure a continuous stand if permitted to run to seed in the fall ? We believe it would provided a stand was secured each seeding ; in fact , we know it would . We have grown ten successive crops on the same land by simply pasturing down the second crop . The stand the first year was not a full one on account of the seed not all germinating . This came on the second year . We took a seed crop occasionally . The proportion of clover would vary with the year , the other seedings toeing timothy and orchard grass , but every year we had a good stand of clover . Mr . Ijaw also asks if the soil will receive the same fertility from clover that has been frozen during the winter and plowed under ...

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