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— Osage Hedge . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 February 1898
— Osage Hedge . TO w ____ c ___ s naanat There is quite a good deal of hedge fence In Warren county , the most of which is kept tn reasonably good trim ; but here , there and over yonder there are farms where they are allowed to grow up at random , perhaps about fifteen or twenty feet in height and about the same In width , -with a tangled thorny mass usually interspersed with wild grape vines , sumach , hazel brush , weeds and a few strands of barbed wire to patch tip the holes . Shame on the man wbo owns such a fence , especially If It be the line fence between him and some well-to-do neighbor who desires to use all the land he owns , but falls short of it by a strip alongside the noxious hedge about fifteen yards wide , thus allowing his negligence to be a detriment to his neighbor as well as to himself . Oaf course , we would not have the readers of Wallaces Farmer suppose for a moment that such a man does . In any sense , repre sent the general farming class of this or any othe...
LTo Cure Pork Successfully . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 February 1898
LTo Cure Pork Successfully . VO »» ... ii _ - VASMIBI . In Wallace ** Farmer and Dairyman of December 24 , 1 saw your editorial , Sugar-Cured Pork and kindred subjects , among which you give a recipe and some directions for so doing , furnished you by Mr . -Ed . Holderman , who says to your readers that If they wish success they must foUow directions as given . In which case there Is no such thing aa failure . In the shape Mr . Holdennans directions are given , I observe two points where a novice may fall In the use of his recipe , as two of my neighbors have recently done , and lost their pork hams . I nave a recipe for sugar-curing pork which I have been using during more than twenty years , without any failure In my hands I propose to give your readers the recipe and full directions for Its use . My recipe gives a little more , both of salt and sugar , than that given by Mr . Holderman , but In practice we like our proportions much beter for ham and shoulders , but for bacon use ...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 February 1898
The misery of It * _ . | 1 L / A |&amp; ST . JAMBS J 3 _ Qll . TO CURE YouII feel It Is worth its weight In gold . l ______ -- _____ ------ _ -- _ --Bnn ____________ -------------------- _ --B- _ -- l SCIATICA GLOVER SEED Timothy and other grass seeds . Buy now while price is low . FEB BU 8 HEL . Medium Red Clover , beat - - $ 3 . 50 Medium Red Clover , 2 d grade • - - 8 00 Mammoth Bed Clover - 3 90 Alfalfa Clover 4 . 50 Alsike Clover 6 . 00 Timothy 1 . 45 Kentucky Blue Grass , fancy - 1 , &amp; 0 Grain bags 15 cts , each . Iowa Seed Co ., Des Moines , la . a &lt; MW _ yMW __ dW _ T « fW i- _ WWl _ jyVMWWWMyM &gt;&gt; i CLOVERSEED ] Largest growers of Grnsi and Clovrr Seeils C ID America . 601 RI acres Our Grass Mixtures lost C 1 a lifetime Meadows sown in April will five &amp; r 1 rousing crop in July Pri-es dirt chenn M *&gt; m-f 5 moth catalorno i » n 11 p -r- fin * - * nnd Ornlns * * free for but 1 * . _&gt; t t « J...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 February 1898
_ HHMa- _ saiHB _ I- s ?*~ &gt; A PERFECT MARVEL . THE , 9 EST ! IflTO-MATO IN THE WORLD and frstwnat everyone uants . It is EXTRA , EABLT and bears abundantly and continuously through the entire &lt; tieason The fruit Is bright red and of the FINEST i rut OB , the plant Is DISTINGUISHED FROM AIL OTHERS ST ITS TBKK FORM , standing erect and i requiring no support at all No ONH who has a ¦ m garden should be without it . • 2 FB Stokes . Franklin , Tenn . writes , Tve tried ( 3 your Extra Early Tree Tomato the last two years j 5 and Its the finest variety I ve ever grown or peen . j J S J E Saukford , Toecoa , Ga . says Your Extra g Early Tree Tomato l 3 Bimply great- * It holds Its , g fruit upright w Ithout any staking . a Beet . Den tag s . Early round table variety . § % Mmllsftf Scarlet Turnip Extra early sorb c C JLetttrce , Early Market Fine for private use . 1 H Turnip , Snowball . A splendid table sort . C g We will send one packet each of the Tree Tomato , K ...
Insurance Department . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 February 1898
Insurance Department . It Is the aim in this department to discuss matters pertaining to mutual Insurance . Commun- ( cations are invited . Mutual Insurance . To w __ i ___ - * FU-oni Insurance was unknown In ancient times . Its origin was established by the exigencies of Aodern commerce . It was looked upon as a novelty even fin the days of Queen Elizabeth . Its birthplace and early history -was Southern Europe . It was first applied to mercantile adventures and principally marine commerce . There were few men In those days in possession ot much wealth . The loss of a Ship and Its cargo was a terrible blow to the insurance company then existing on the stock plan and finally the fear of pecuniary ruin checked the spirit of insurance under the above plan for a while . There being a great many men interested in ships and merchandise of every description , consequently anxious to establish commerce with every nation possible and realizing the great risk individually , agreed to share t...
BEWAHE OF OINTMENTS FOR CATABBH THAT CONTAIN MERCURY , [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 February 1898
BEWAHE OF OINTMENTS FOR CATABBH THAT CONTAIN MERCURY , as merenry will surely destroy the sense of smell uod completely derange the whole sis em mhen entering it tbrongh the mucous surfaces Such articles sh uld never be need except on prescriptions from reputable physicians , as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good yon can possibly derive from them . Hall s Catarrh Cure , mam . facured by V . J . Cheney &amp; Co , Toledo . 0 „ contains no mercury , and is taken internal ! -, acting directly np-n the blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cnre be snr &lt; yon get tbe genuine . It is taken internally , and made in Toled \ Ohio , by F . J . Cheney &amp; Co . Testimonials free . Sold by Druggists , price 75 a . per bottle . Halls Family Fills are the best .
AV'Proper" Grinder . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 February 1898
AVProper Grinder . There are a great manj prlndins machines upon the market , but there is -vet to be produced another machine that perfectly combines all possible advantages as does the Dain Grlncllnff Machine . It N the machine for quick and thoroURh ffrlndlnp . The merest child can use it successfully . The Dain Geared Sweep Mill Is a poslti \ e novelty In the way of a Knndlnff machine . It Is so constructed that the inside burr revoHe * . twice to the sweeps once . Kiting double the KrindlnR- capacity of any ordinary mill with the same sized burrs The pressure between the burrs in Rrindlng is carried on chilled roller bearing which admits of double work with the same draft as compared with other . The Daln will grind all kinds of grain and is sold under a positive guarantee that it Is the most satisfactory and rapid implement of its class on the market . The makers , the Dain Mfg . Co . of Carrollton , Mo are tho 111 J . lv reliable The \ ha \ e a paid UP capital of $ 200 , 000 ...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 February 1898
CAMPBELLS EARLY KSSF First of all Grapes , says-BurofiVeto-rbrifcer . Scaled 96 points « u possible 100 . Will ship round the world . Early or Late . Insist on our Se &lt;&gt;! a and get wbat you buy . . Largest stock of other Grape Vines , Small Fruits . Elegnn : Catalogue FREE . ¦¦¦¦ . ¦¦ S „ S . __ P * - _ -. __ - _? . _ .--- - ^ .- !!_!!_?__ 1 . !* W S __ - __? RK %%%%%%%%%%% %%%%%%% &gt; r _ I I I IWIR _ PR Delivered at Your Station , f LUlYiPcn Freight Paid . £ AI You can buy Lumber as cheap W * W IT UIUAICC 1 IC DDIfEC rWI W-IULCOA-. C -iCJ . M yonr Hetttu Dealer , and save - ^ ^ . P his profit for yourself We dont belong to any combine . Send us your bills . W Address £ m 2 UNION LUMBER CO _ , Winona , Minn . * Reliable Agents Wanted tor McMnllen s - - STEEL WIRE CABLE FENCING ^ VL ^ STEEL tt . iO ^/( S 02 mki ^ M SP 1 RAL SPRING 77 , TTT fj THEMcMULlEH WOVEN ]| TJ \ \ ? f . \ ^ Chicago . Illinois Advance Fence p ^ B __ n __ Bi _____ Hi 5 __ SS ___ SS...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 February 1898
CABLED POULTRY AND GARDEN FENCE CabledFlolda ldllogFendiiff irith and -without lower cablebarbod . &amp; teelT \ eb ricket Fence for Lawns and Mmoterics . Steol Gates , posts etc )¦ E KALB FENCE CO ., 1 SB High St ., DE KALB , ILL . i ^____________________ H __ T __ n _ a _ Vttl __________________ l _¦¦ ¦ __ ^ ^ _ . **^** i ; Chea ^ d Com ^^ JQ ^ gT , iixgl ^ jf _ y * HY NOT .... ff /? Build your own Fonea 9 ffy ? M gW Wecnn tell jouauny that //^ Jjj la cheaper and better //&amp; Jfiytti &amp; n any other w Ire fence made J / Jff y / Send for ourl 898 catalogue . H ^ efeS ^ ==== « = feSSS )___ . - ^ Peerless Fence Co . Holly , Midi . ff DS 3 _ 3 / nO ! I . ES Fire Insurance Co . AN SOWA INSTITUTION . Audi Over $ 500 , 000 . Farm Insurance a specialty , Fire , lightning and Urnado . 3 _ TGood _«»__ wants ! j g , B . 0 H __ B 1 _ . B « nre * asJr . ^^^ ^^ g | * va TOP BUGGY F 0 B 422 . 75 _[ l ^* Sea ___ ™ Tr _ jrLoiS 55 L ! HiRrfnESi « rT 5 ! 3 _ ^ tr $ aEeS £...
The " Plowing Match at the Iowa State Fair . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 February 1898
The Plowing Match at the Iowa State Fair . To W » T . T * ** » T The Interest In the annual plowing match at the Iowa dtate faftr continues to increase from year to year , and a large crowd of interested spectators w itnessed the work done by sulky and sang plows at the 1897 fair . Three firms entered both sulky and gang plows for the contest , viz ., Parlln &amp; Orendorff Company , Canton , HI . ; David Bradley Manufacturing Company , Bradley , I 1 L , and Sattley Manufacturing Company , Springfield , I 1 L The intention had been to have a test of the working qualities of the plows , each plow to be handled by the judges in actual work , but rain In the forenoon prevented this part of the programme . In drawing for ground Sattley secured first choice , Bradley second and Barlin &amp; Orendorff third , the last space being unfortunately the hardest and most difficult to plow of amy lot in the field . Added to this , the operator of the P . &amp; 0 . plow was...
Proverbs of the Flock , [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 February 1898
Proverbs of the Flock , The lamb with shorbest legs is still an in-di too tall . The drover loses money when he ships ticks to market . At home we price our lambs ; in Chicago Hhey save us the trouble . . A tot lamb finds a ready market , but mo one wants a poor one except ( We crows . A fait lamb is like a lady of taste , because he always dresses well . If the lamb pleases the bntoh _» r , he dont nsk to see Its pedigree . The ram came from Bngfand , but the shepherd didnt . said the pet ewe .
A Disc Sharpener . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 February 1898
A Disc Sharpener . It the publishers of Wallaces Farmer could turn Into cash the time and power lost every spring through dull-edged farming implements they could afford to make the paper twice as large and charge half the present price for it . The amount of money lost in the way Indicated foots up to an enormous sum yearly . and most of this money Is lost simply through carelessness . There Is hardly a reader of the Farmer who does not appreciate the Importance of sharp tools and Implements , but the job of sharpening them Is put off from time to time until spring work opens with a rush and there is no longer leisure to attend to the matter as It should be . For this reason we call attention now to the disc harrow sharpener Illustrated herewith , and made by the Wilson Iron Works , 171 B Randolph , Chicago , III . It Is of the utmost Importance that the disc harrow be sharp , and , as this ingenious little machine makes It possible to do a good job of sharpening on the farm Instea...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 February 1898
They Are Curing The Worst Cases . It s Been Proven by Facts . It Has Stood the Test of Time . The Fee is the Same , $ 5 . 00 Per Month , Including All Medicines . It Is little wonder that the voice ot the poo- diabetes . But after trying the regular . family pie is heard in loud and enthusiastic praise of doctors and everything I could hear of , I wrote thoCopeland-MoLean treatment . It is curing to Drs . Copeland , McLean &amp; Chancellor , and catarrh . It is curing asthma . It is curing old and obstinate stomach diseases . It is curing j catarrhal bronchitis , often called incipient con- ^ -g gg- ^ . sumption .. It is curing deafness . It is curing ____ S ______??__ j _ rsSSte . all diseases of a catarrhal nature or origin , __ Oe ___ 5 &lt; 5 S _ SS §_ 3 k Every patient who is receiving the treatment r * yw ! * SH _ 8 PS 8 \ is an enthusiastic advertiser of it and brings in / TSBft new patients . People from all over Iowa and &lt;_ nuBB the surrounding st...
Hearts and Homes . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 February 1898
Hearts and Homes . This department is conducted by Mrs . Henry Wallace , Des Moines , Iowa , who invites contrl bntious from all of its readers . Sonnet . to my-Absent Wife . How drag the lazy hours when thou art eone . My constant solace for many glad years 1 My eyes refuSe to sleep—I m mocked with fears For thee , till night gives place to tardy dawn . I leave the house , I wander o er the lawn Like some lone bird that hope essly appears To hunt Its mate ; no song the morning cheers . Because I vainly seek thee , who art gone . By Babylon s stream my harp have I hung . And Lamentations Is the book I read ; But on Love s altar doth the hrart-flre burn For thy home-coming . Thou rt the one among Ten thousand of Kve s daughters that I need—When wilt thou , sweet one , to my cot return ? —Eugene Secor , Forest City , Iowa . cr Names of Flowers . The names of many flowers can be traced back to the shape , or by some quality of size or color . The Daisy , so charming to ns all , Is abbr...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 February 1898
IfEum nmJBw mfim ILSON xXmaf y The only ball- ^ VJUmP ^ 6 _? ar I , ) 8 sewing ^* $ mr Machine made . Agents wanted . Writs for Circulars . Address , WHEELER &amp; WILSON MFG . CO .. SO A 82 Wabash Ave .. Chicago . IT FREE for JO days in your own home and -a . e $ -D to * ii . \» noneyinaihaac-. PTRY * GO Kenwood Jlaehlne for S 23 . 0 O # 30 ArlIOKtou Machine for * 10 ^ O Singer * ( Made by us ) $ « , $ 11 . &amp; 0 , SI * I 2 Jiitli _ r &lt; t &gt; les AU * . lathn » -i _ t-. Hl-E &gt; laylWfcht . Buy from f-ctory . Si . o ¦ His I irpp profits O . w HK * , « 0 O * n » w . talmriie and testimonials UtEE , lite nt onre . ArftlrtM ( Infnl )) , CASH BUYERS UNION , 158 . 16 * W *&gt; t \ nn llurcn Ht ., ll * l ?&amp;» Clilcaco , His . SOLD ! § UNDER A X ^ tgr ^ Bb Positive _^ SWIWP GuaranteeJK . to wash as clean as can bo _^_ £ S ^^ HR ^ fc done on the washboard * ^^^^ AW ^ SS ^ mm . « von to tho wristbands and ^ f fl ^^^^_____ . c...
Horticulture [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 February 1898
Horticulture Csnunuuieatio-s to th % department an soil sited . Questions on horOeultural matters will be cheerfully answered . Select Fruit Trees for Planting :. We bave now reached a period in Iowa and the adjoining states in which a man , if he means business , can select fruit trees with reasonable assurance of eating satisfactory fruit of bis own planting . Until within comparatively recent years orcharding in Iowa has been largely experimental . It has taken many years and the comBined efforts of some of the most Intelligent men in the state to ascertain what varieties of trees are adapted to particular soils , locations on the farm , latitude and degrees of longitude In the state . There have been many fail-, ures and some brilliant successes , and the farmer , If he is wise , can learn as much from the failures of some as the succe-ses of others . No properly conducted experiment Is a failure In the best sense of the word . It Is either a note of encouragement or a warning ,...