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

TWO-YEAR-OLD BOAR FOR SALE . Fine hog by Boyal Medium ( beat eon jfHapmy HSQHHB ____) I vltu tfBAlttyt vtnta _ bu nn tanGoM * _ ada _ - _ Unveircheep ; at once . Other stock tor sale . J . W . HIPPLE , Movlll * , U . 50 Bred Sows tor Sale . . , m ^^» fi 5 h _ BapreemHnr all the leading strains via : pig to a quartet of four boen second to nootf for tise . finish and breeding . Above aowa are luge , strong-boned ot good color and prolific strains . Having so many will make very attractive low pricee . . Write or visit herd beforo you bay . Satisfaction anaranteed . Hog * all healthy , no cholera In this part of the state , mil also sell Model Chief by . Chief Teeumseh 2 d and out ot Model Daisy . This Ur one ot the oomiog gnat boars . M . 6 . ABNOLD . Strawberry Point . IownJ IB Poland-China Boars for aale . Sired IV by grand-sons of Oeo . Wilkes and One Price . One yearling by B s Wilkes . Will also tea our herd boar . Booster Boy by King Wilkes . Prices low . Also Hereford eattle ....

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Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 February 1898

GREAT KING TECUMSEH 2 D 14935 SOW SALE TO BE HELD AT MY FARM ADJOINING PLOVER , IOWA , ON THURSDAY , FEBRUARY 10 , 1898 . KING TEOCMSKH _ D Is the only living son of old KING TECUMSEH ; he is a full brother to OEOBGK WILKES and a Utter brother to HAPPY MEDIUM . He will be remembered aa the sweepstakes boar with get at the 1886 Iowa State Fair . I bought a half interest in him soon after that . I will sell 7 DAUGHTERS OP KING TECUMSEH 8 D , and 8 sows bred to him . The entire offering carries either the blood of King leoumseh 2 d , Chief Tecumseh 2 d or Corwln King , close to the top . One daughter of Greenwood ( the Worlds Fair Winner , a son of Look Me Over / bred to King Teeumseh 2 d : a few great daughters of Hidestretoher : 10 daughters of Second Corwln King , one of the beet sons of old < lorwin King ( full brother to One Price ) and out of a King Tecumseh 2 d sow . Half of this consignment will be bred to two good sons of < hief Tecumseh 2 d . A few sows ...

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Page 19 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 February 1898

Cerro Gordo Co . Poland-Chinas prise mmmjmmm ^ A a few A-l boan abed | J ^ ^ ^ ^^^^^^^^ Hf by Lookout -Biff ! , Jones ¦ . Beat 88 M 8 , and Macs ^ m ^ j ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ m ^^ ^ ^ m ^ mm ( by / Bt the * t win- ^^^^^^^ B _ _ F ntsg Ms Black Chief ) yet for sale . Smooth , good colored , growthy useful pigs that will average 250 lbs . eaeh . 90 GILTS that an being bred also for sale . Choice ones . For low prices write quick . L . M . VAN AUKEN , Mason Clti . li . Qiakir Hard of Poland -Cblnis . ^^^^¦^^^^ SO bred sows tor ea _ e . ^^^^^^^^^ Rpring gilts , yearling fall i aowa and matured sows . ^ SHMSSHSffp ^^^^^^^^^ F Prices ^^__ low , quality goodAlso BOO Plymouth Rocks at O . 00 eaeh . Shipping point , Webster , Iowa . 1 . A PBHH , WMtaPkaoa , Kaotafc Co ,, law .

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Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 February 1898

- ~| I CLOSING DOT SALE OF POLAND-CHINAS . the for his -j———^^ - Owing urgent demand services J \ to as auctioneer , E . P . Layman will sell 2 ^ without reserve his entire herd of Poland-Chinas at $ J J ^^^^^ H ^^^ ^ I i NEWELL , I A ., WEDNESDAY , FEBRUARY 9 . 1 ^|^ K X VHHMM ^ _^ MP 1 Sixty Head of Poland-Chinas , mostly Sows Bred and Safe in Pig . _ S !~_ - -w • ,,.- ____ v -,. _ ,. ^ , „ /^ . v «» wv » wi These sows are of the most popular bood lines , ( see Fied Note ) and bred to his big 800 pound HOG ST . PATBICK , also J fe * W BLACK U . S . KING ( by old Black U . S . 2 d ) , CHIEF KLONDIKE , ( by the $ 1000 2 d Chief Teeumseh ) , and BILLET WILKES . V ^ A , ( by Dandy Wilkes ) . Write for catalogue . Sale will be held in Majon AAllens sale tent and commences prompt at 10 : 00 A , M , as he will also sell a lot of young hoises , and 10 head Jtg * V to cattle ( mostly Short-horns ) , including his herd bull YOUNG WINDY , uattle and horses to be sold before dinner . Terms 12...

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Page 20 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 February 1898

THE GREATEST OFFERING OF REGISTERED HEREFORD CATTLE EVER MADE IN THIS COUNTY . The Great Breeding establishment , Sunny Slope , Located at Emporia , Lyon Comity , Kansas , Will Sell at the Home Farm on Wednesday and Thursday , March 2 d and 3 d , 1 ESQ—YOUNG BULLS AND HEIFERS—1 EQ ¦*¦ * - ^ ^ This sale will include the late English importation with * ^ ^^ its wealth of high-class material for breeding purposes and about 100 head of the best young bulls and heifers ever sent into a sale ring in the United States . This strong statement is easily borne out Dy the facts . Write for free copy of sale catalogue . COL . J . W . JUDY , COL . F . M . WOODS , COL . JAS . W . SPARKS , and COL . S . A . SAWYER , Auctioneers . SUNNY SLOPE , Emporia , Kans .

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The Dearth in Cattle . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 February 1898

The Dearth in Cattle . From far-off Australia comes the same complaint that comes from the Western ranges , from Canada , and from the corn states of the West , namely , there is a scarcity of cattle of the right sort . Victoria , to Australia , complains that there / is scarcely enough beef fit for use to meet the tome demands . The people In that country have had what writers from that point call the craze for dairying . They have naturally leaned over to the speciaMzed dairy cow and the result is the slaughter of the youngsters as soon as the milk Is flt for use , or before . The same causes appear In the states east of the Mississippi . When these calves are saved they are found to he unprofitable servants when fed far beef , profaners of good corn and good pasture , aad hence a disappointment and vexation . to the man who feeds tbem . Where ithe granger s cow lias been In use , we . bear of no complaints of this kind , and hence we re the country ot great corn fields and rich p...

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The Loud Bill . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 February 1898

The Loud Bill . The above is the title of a bill which aims to save the government from S 12 . 000 , 00 to $ 18 , 000 , 000 a year by the simple process of cutting off the sample copies sent out by newspapers and the fake advertising sheets which are published solely to boom certain large advertisers . The author of the present bill is Hon . Engene F . Loud , of California . This measure has been urged for ten years by every succeeding postmaster-general , whether Republican or Democrat , and by none so strenuously as by the present post-master-general . It Is supported by the great majority of honorable publishers of legitimate newspapers who aim to transact an honorable business . It ers of New York , Chicago , and other cities , who are Interested in sending books , nlnety-nine-bundredths of them abscflutely worthless , and some of them positively Injurious , through the malls at one-eighth of the actual cost to the government . The transmission of this matter costs tho governmen...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 February 1898

^ feces Fanner . Published Weekly at DES MOINES , IOWA . O-Boe Jut acron tha atreet east of tha Savoy Home . SUBSCBIPTION PRICE . Per year , postpaid . U . 00 ill tabaeriptlona ore payable is adTance and tha paper will be discontinued when the time • zpirai , unless renewed . Tbe date on the tag wfiloh bears the name of the subscriber ind ! . sates tho time to which the subscription baa been paid . HENRY WALLACE . Editor . IIC TALLAGE , I J . P . WALLACE , OtnT Manager | . Adv . Manage Ur . Wallace was for tea yean , up to Feint , ary , 1895 , the editor of the Iowa Homestead . His withdrawal from that papei was the culmination of trouble betwefe him and tbe business manager as to to ) public editorial policy , Mr . Wallace wish ing to maintain it in its old position as the leading western exponent of anti-monopo ly principles . Failing in this he becamt the . ditor of WALLACES FARMER over the editorial policy of which he hat full control . He invites the co-operation of his old Hom...

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How to Sow Blue Crass Seed . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 February 1898

How to Sow Blue Crass Seed . The last few years have taught farmers Important lessons as to the value of a blue grass pasture . As we have frequently urged in these columns , blue grass should not be sown nor encouraged to grow on land that is under a short rotation , for the reason that it requires two years , at least , and of tener three or four , to secure a flrst-class stand . This stand will grow better from year to year , and we could place no limit that blue grass might not , if properly treated , continue to grow better . We would , therefore , strongly advise against sowing blue grass seed on any land that it Is intended to plow up within a few years . * * * The place for blue grass is In the permanent pasture . Many farmers have doubts as to the value of a permanent pasture , and on many farms we are free to say it can not be used with profit except for hog and sheep pastures . Nevet theless , there are tens of thousands of acres of land ln the state of Iowa that should n...

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The Next Year ' s Corn Crop . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 February 1898

The Next Year s Corn Crop . Although the snow yet covers the ground and corn planting is a long way off , it is not too soon to lay plains for a large growth of corn on each acre cultivated during the coming year . We can not change the acreage at once but It can be done gradually , and when done we w $ H grow almost as many bushels of corn on the smaller as on the laager acreage . This , however , will require much better cultivation , and we may as well practice on the larger acreage and thus be . tetter qualified to grow tite laarge crops on the smaller . We do not propose in this article t » traverse the whole field of corn tjj , ture , but a single point , namely , destruction of weeds . These are ^ th , great enemies of the corn plant Hj older the country becomes , the weedier it becomes , and if we are not to bt driven out of the state by these peg ) , of the farmer from the days of Adam down , we must learn to take beftjj care of our corn fields . The point m wish to emphasi...

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Reclamation of the Arid Lands . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 February 1898

Reclamation of the Arid Lands . Secretary Wilson , among other things , has set his department to work for the purpose of solving the question of the reclamation of the arid and semi-arid lands . His methods , so far as outlined , ore different from the methods that have been suggested heretofore . They Involve the planting of trees , the conservation of the forests that now clothe the heads of the streams , the cultivation of grasses suitable to the arid and seml-arld conditions , and particularly to alkali soils . His assistants have been searching the world over for trees and grasses that will grow on these lands . The grasses that will succeed best ate known as the salt bushes , native and foreign . It is proposed to follow the method adopted ln certain parts of South Africa in seeding the lands namely , to sow the seed and tramp it in with sheep by driving over it when the soil is moist flocks of Sheep , practically the same method the Western farmer takes in his to seeding pra...

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The Horse Industry in the United States . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 February 1898

The Horse Industry in the United States . Among the papers that were read at the National Stock Growers Convention in Denver at its meeting last week one of the most Interesting and timely was that of Mr . 0 . F . Stubbs , who is now on his way to Europe as the special commissioner of Secretary Wilson charged with looking up the horse Interests in that country . The title is The American Horse . After giving the history of the house , he reterred to the fact that we are not now able to respond in any marked degree to the unlimited demand from Europe for the type of horses needed in that country , and it might be said , in any other country . This demand is constantly growing . In the year 1883 , Great Britain took 13 , 707 American horses ; in 1884 , 22 , 866 ; in 1895 , 34 , 092 ; during the first nine months of 1896 , 34 , 642 . Reports for 1897 will show a very large increase over this last number . These horses are in demand for omnibus , street railroad and cab service , and fo...

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Pure Air for Live Stock . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 February 1898

Pure Air for Live Stock . Every observant farmer must have noted the preference of well balanced stock feeders for outdoor feeding , notwithstanding the frequent Inclemency of the weather and the danger of storms . Theoretically it is easy to see that lumber for sheds is cheaper than corn , that it is much cheaper to build barns where everything can be In out of the wet and cold than it is to heat up the animal with corn even at present prices , and theoretically this is true . There is not a doubt about it . Practically it is not true , except in the case of dairy cows , cattle that are weak and delicate , in fact sick , and young cows . The theory does not break down of itself but because it does not take in all the facts in the case . Cattle do best on a balanced ration of food . The trouble with most of the expensive barns is that they preclude a balanced ration of air , which is as essential to health and thrift as a balanced ration of food . The balanced ration of air consists...

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Waste of Good Land . . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 February 1898

Waste of Good Land . . A thoughtful man can scarcely ride over the counties of western and northwestern Iowa , not any part of Kansas or Nebraska , without regretting the fearful waste of good land that is going on by the practice of growing grain , and especially corn , exclusively . We call it waste because this practice inevitably leads to the reduction of the yield , a reduction which does not need to go far to wipe out ail the profits . If 12 bushels of wheat will pay the expense of growing a crop and the farmer gets IS , he has three bushels of wheat with which to pay interest or rent . If he has 20 bushels , he has eight for that purpose , but if his crop falls to 13 bushels , he has but one ; if 12 , he has nothing left for interest on his investment ; and if it falls under that point , he is doing business at a dead loss . If 30 bushels of corn are required to pay the labor cost of growing , and he can grow 50 , he has 20 bushels for interest on land and profits . If it fal...

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Sow Clover With Timothy . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 February 1898

Sow Clover With Timothy . While we are not a friend to exclusive timothy growing , especially when sown with a view of increasing the fertility of the land , we do not hesitate to urge farmers to sow timothy with their clover and thus double the chances of a stand as well as increase the yield where a stand has been obtained . The use of timothy with the clover will add one year to the rotation , and two if desirable . This , however , is no objection . When sown with clover the hay is very superior , except when offered for sale , to that grown alone . It is a mistaken policy wherever it can be avoided to sell hay from the farm , aud if buyers in town were not permitted to supply themselves with pure timothy hay they would by and by be educated to the superior value of timothy with more or less mixture of clover . Sowing timothy with mammoth clover does not injure to any appreciable extent the chances of a seed crop . If there Is a good stand , the timothy will live through but wil...

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Iowa ' s Shame » ttd Humiliation . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 February 1898

Iowa s Shame » ttd Humiliation . The Iowa House of Representatives Refuses to Adopt a Resolution Against the Pooling Bill . The action of the House of Representatives of Iowa on Saturday last should make every self-respecting farmer in the state bow his head in shame and humiliation . The Iowa farmers have had for years the reputation of broadminaed , piogressive men who understand their own rights and know how to maintain them without in any way trenching upon or infringing the rights of others . As a result ot seveial years agitation they placed upon the statute books a railroad law which has been regarded by all surrounding states as the model on which they should fashion their legislation . It was the vigorous and determined action of these same Iowa farmers that forced the enactment of the interstate commerce law by the Senate of the United States . It had been pending in the Senate for years but when it was seen that the Iowa farmers meant business , as shown by the result of ...

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CLUBBING LIST . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 February 1898

CLUBBING LIST . tMcy BOTH 1 T _ UB . W ALL ACES FABHBB and Wkly Inter Ocean SIX WALLACESFABHBB and Wkly Is . Register 1 . 35 WALLACESFASMEB snd Twiee-a-WkNews 1 . 25 WALLACESFASHES and Dally News 1 . 90 WALLACES FABHBB and Weekly Leader 1 . 80 WALLACES FABHBB and Amer . P onltry J VI 13 ) WALLA SFABICBB and West . Garden A P . J . 1 . 30 W s FABHBB and Western Fruit Grower 125 WALLACES FAB-OEB and timer . Swineherd 1 . 25 WV FABHBB and St . Louts Globe-Demoot 1 . 75 WALLACESFABHBB and Kansas City Star 1 . 25 WALLACESFABHBB and Toledo Blade 1 . 25 WALLACESFABHBB and Omaha Bee 1 J 50 Ws FABHBB and Woman s Home Compan 1 . 30 Ws 1 FASMEB and McClures Magazine 1 . 80 w „ , T . T . Afn-R * T . Attin-w , nA Mldleni Moftnlr 2 . 00 W s FABHBB and Chicago Wkly Drovers J . __ 25 WALLACES FABKEB and Housekeeper 1 . 30 WAiaiaAOES FABITEB and Wool , Markets and Sheep 1 . 50 BOMB COMBINATIONS . Below will be found some combinations of three or more papers , by taking advantage ot which our subscri...

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Shipping Cattle . —No . 1 . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 February 1898

Shipping Cattle . —No . 1 . JO ftU-UOZS FABHBB * As there are at present a large numjer of cattle being fattened by farmers Tho have had no experience in shipnlng to market a few suggestions by one who has devoted an average life « me to the work , might prove of benefit to those who have not yet served apprenticeship and paid for their an knowledge . I am a firm believer in every farmer being his own shipper , not that buyers do not pay enough for the stock , for I have never yet known a shipper to accumulate wealth in the business , but I have known a great many who were at one time well to do , and lost their all in the business . But the farmer who ships the cattle that he has fattened himself to market , receives an object lesson that can not be secured by any other means , and no farmers education is complete until he spends some time in the great stock yards , observing closely the methods of doing business , and seeing for himself the class of stock that is In demand and com...

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