Elephind.com contains 295,914 items from Wallace's Farmer
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,057 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
A Fearful Experience . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 February 1898
A Fearful Experience . A Postmaster Looses The Use of His Legs And Anns . Edwin R . Tripp , of Mddlef ield Center , Meets With a Hazerdous Encounter Which Renders Him Helpless . From Otsego Bepublican , Cooperstoum , N . Y . Mr . Edwin B , Tripp , the postmaster at Midd efleld Center . N . 1 ., recently had a dangerons experience which left him in a helpless state . His system was so much shattered that it was feared he might never recover . In an interview with a reporter of the Republican , regarding this experience which had attracted considerable attentlon . Mr . Tripp stated : In March , 189 i , I was taken with what I afterward learned was locomotor ataxia , and was unable to walk , and I kept getting worse until I lost the use ot my arms . I doctored with two skillful doctors , but received no benefit ; and also used a galvanic battery , but kept getting worse , and the doctors told me they could do no more . This was in May and June , 1892 . I gave up all hope ol ever having...
Our Club Raisers . ciuu [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 February 1898
Our Club Raisers . ciuu The competition among our raisers for the four special premiums offered for the largest lists received on or before Feb . 1 , 1898 , closed on that date with the following results : The J 25 . 00 Feed Grinder was won by Mr . E . Vest , Wright county , Iowa . The | 15 . 00 set of harness was won by Mr . Jas . McLaughlin , Clinton county , Iowa . The $ 10 . 00 incubator by Mr . I . G . Willey , Emmett county , Iowa . The automatic stock fountain by Thos . Cahill , Jackson county , Iowa . These special premiums were given in addition to the regular premiums offered for clubs of five or more . There were a number of others who pressed closely the winners of these sepecials , and there were a very large number of small clubs . It is interesting to note that the largest club was raised in practically new territory for the Farmer , most of those sent in by Mr . Vest being new subscribers . We desire to thank all our friends for their good work in extending the circu...
Exports For 1897 . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 February 1898
Exports For 1897 . The exports of wheat during the calendar year of 1897 were 109 , 909 , 328 bushels ; a gain of 26 , 000 , 000 over 1896 , and 43 , 000 , 000 over 1895 . The exports of flour , however , fell off 2 , 000 , 000 barrels as compared with 1896 . The exports of corn during the calendar year amounted to 189 , 127 , 570 bushels , or an increase of 57 , 000 , 000 bushels over 1896 . In other words , the exported corn during the year has been a little over 10 per cent of the crop of 1897 , and about 9 per cent of the crop of 1896 . As a rule , we export about i per cent of our corn crop .
The Henry George Side of Rent . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 February 1898
The Henry George Side of Rent . T « WALLACES _ AJ _____ S - In your issue of January 28 th , I notice an article by Cyril Carpenter , of Louisa county , Iowa , headed A Righteous Rent . I wish to say that I do not believe there is a righteous rent for land unless It would be in the form of the government getting that rent to pay its expenses . If Congress was equal to the occasion , it could raise all revenues from land values irrespective of improvements in any shape or form . Mr . Carpenter is righteous in drawing rent on his improvements , but when It comes to naked land he surely has no claim to righteous rent . Perhaps some will say that Mr . Carpenter furnished the land . Pray tell me , did not God furnish the land , and did he not furnish land for all his people , or , in other words , for all the children of men ? If he did not furnish land for his children of the present day , what did he furnish them unless it is a master in the form of a landlord ? We have abolished chatt...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 February 1898
EXTRA CHOICE CLOVER SEED . mHrnr- ^ ii ^ r ^ ^ FOR SALE 55 acres with good residence , barns , sheds , fences , wells , and in fact every that is needed to make a first-class thin * place for breeding thoroughbred swine . Located within i mile of 8 R . R . in Merrill , Plymouth Co ., Iowa . For further particulars address , F . K . VEAL . Assignee , Merrill , iowft . MISSOURI FARMS . ^ j ^ u S ^^^ s &amp; ssSrr 1 ^ Un &lt; L -TODBOH-GARV 1 AHP CO .. HUCQll . Mo . A 36 Q-ACRE FARM FOR RENT . At alow cash figure on a term of three yeersto HieriahtDHty ; Farm has never been rented , owner . It is finely tob ^ ww ^ ipledb &gt; iroved , well watered and in good condition . An FcteaUn-toind stock farm . For further particulars address _ E . E . BftiCAIX ¦ . . • Wlnterset , I « . SATK OB EXCHANGE . 80 acre ranch FOB SaFNSwoastle , LaUfomia , 28 wm toaesorted fruit . For sale 80 acres Ui miles from Marshafir Minn . Good buildings . AddrM ., T . N . rtPATODnio , 1084 ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 February 1898
BENT , a Section of land fa PocahonU . FOE Co ., Ia .. for a term of 5 or more years , or will seU on easy ia y ^ g ^ 5 ^ KS ^ SOO * l 2 __ dFARMS * EnEi toi FOR stops SALE forJst AMD and teims TRADEto . JOSEPH POILARD . JR .. WA 8 MH 0 T 0 H . U tvlDTilNC AND A FBEE lide to Laud RAKuAlnO . Baiors . Circular free . *» QUO . W . FBT , Laredo , Mo . FARMS FOR SALE AND EXCHANGE . Parties desiring • ebaiimof ^ to shooM write us . We have farmsjnS . K . Iowa , Central and 8 . W . Missouri , 8 . B . Kansas and along Iron improved ^ ted ^ , choice GSiS farm ^ to to tay S . E a . 240 Iowa ** , W » 5 W . 00 s _» acre . GermansetUement . We tomHB t farm H mile from county seat town of W __ « peop-eln B . E . Kansas , for sale at $ 25 . 00 an aerft fine farm snd extensive improvements . Gooji three-year-old steers way under 4 cents a pound BOI . es BROS . CLARK , BirmiU-tlffl . It . OTBOHSBROS * . SeaHuvlMiieinl . / Iowa farms for sale . SI per acre cash , bal ™) ( tcrop until paid . J . Mulba...
[ velvet Chaff Blue Stem Wheat . I [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 February 1898
[ velvet Chaff Blue Stem Wheat . I The native fertility of the Western soil having been in a great measure restored in recent years , by the use of clover as a fertilizer , it bas been found that the yield of wheat per acre is as great as in former years . This fact , taken together with the handsome price to which wheat has advanced , should justify liberal sowing of wheat this season , and what variety conld be recommended that will excell the Velvet Chaff Blue Stem . A thor onghly aclimated sort , yielding large crops of first-class grain . It is a beardless spring variety and hardly ever affected by rust . The Livingston Seed Store , of Des Moines , has a good stock of this variety . See their advertisement on page 6 . A great many readers of WAL- __ ACKS FABMBB have grown this wheat during the past two years , and it seems to have given excellent satisfaction wherever spring wheat oil any kind does well . A number of communications have appeared in the paper during the past eig...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 February 1898
SECURITY LOAN A TBU 8 T CO ., of Des THE Moines , la ., will accept insurance policies issued by Farmers Mutual Insurance companies on farm loans . , mm Sowing geod * Is a pleasure . _&gt; C *^* a _ k . If the sore to grow and _ C ______ 9 _____ 3 ___ * true _ ona-neku _ d . Thats ^ SI | R ^^ myklndiElownbyspeclal- ______¦_¦ JffnrSrffi * refl 1 ? «¦ t &gt; c annuo ; da is- ____ H _____ H _ i 9 __ 9 ____ cou--t on quantities . Bean- _ K ______ - IVEtSSGS tiftd catalog and mention pkt . seeds 13 z _ l ^____ 2 ^__ L ___^___ r * if you this ymSL ^ tmmr JOSUB HVBIGSIDV , ^ WMmW ^ oss movtva ________ 00 ^ tor . S catalogue ^ BUMS of * In writing mention this paper . M J &amp; Sf ^ / Xfm WHAT S D 81 * ot a wagon wearsout | ¦ £ xjr / C ) Vfirst ? The wheels , of course . aggw / jK ^ % 1 I Why not buy wheels that jE ^ B / TSL . ™ SPWhen a man buys the m ^ Mmw-mm ELECTRIC WHEELS ¦ MBP ^^ B \ A ^^^ e m lie always \ bas good wheels on mmw jB ^ Lhls wagon or . They can t ...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 February 1898
» em t ____ . __ . Are looating in the rich country iu Eastern Minnesota ; Many Homeseekers g ^ eMwiasaag upt ™* Others Jot have t » ret ; it * $ wM e V pay *« yotu *™ ^ What ^^ is the cause or urn . H P raln-fall , no witbeiitti C ,, S p ^ f ^ i ^ 1 »» eet . M &gt; S _ blesYou should see them to &amp; tt £ ^^?« BrnHsWfffiSBJ $ 1 , 000 , 000 fl ^&amp; SW J- £ Pygffl-fftufiSa- FAME when writing . EM &amp; kSS SffijK . M % - DBS MOINES Fire Insurance Co . AN IOWA msrrrvTioN . A » diQvw $ 50 &lt; y ) 00 . Fhnn Insurance a specialty . the , » t » - */ aud tornddo , wa , « ent , ^* ^ . BOTOD 6 , P _« itoi g . M , CLARK , Sesratary . •
Profit in Sheep . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 February 1898
Profit in Sheep . Mr . L . S . Cotton , of Cass county , Iowa , in writing to us incidentally gives the following statement of his succes witsh lambs last year . They were dropped in March , weaned August 15 th , and turned into the corn field with salt and water accessible . They were sold October 20 th at ? 4 . 00 per head , averaging 91 pounds . This shows what can be done with a small flock . The lambs were sold too cheap , and had there been a carload would have brought ? 5 . 00 per head instead of but ¥ 4 . 00 .
Feeding Cattle in Nebraska . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 February 1898
Feeding Cattle in Nebraska . If our readers could travel the legnth of the Platte Valley they wouldbe surprised at the hundreds of thousands of cattle that are there on feed , thus making a home market for corn equal and superior to that enjoyed by Iowa farmers . It is not difficult to see why this is so . Nebraska farmers enjoy feeding-in-transit rates . They ship their cattle from the ranges to Chicago and load them up with corn . Peedlng-in-transit rates would very materially advance the price of corn in Iowa and would benefit every man , woman -and child living in the state , and yet when we proposed this a year ago and urged the railroads to adopt it , it was vigorously opposed by a socalled agricultural paper . It is these flre-ln-the-rear fellows that have been among the greatest obstacles to agricultural advancement and the promotion of the general welfare .
The Effects of Renting Land . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 February 1898
The Effects of Renting Land . ro tv _______ . ___ jr __ B ____ as I will put Edna Township , Cass county , against any township in the state for renting land . On one road running eight miles south from Cumberland to Briscoe , there are thirty farms lying directly on the road and only nine of them are farmed by the owners , the rest being rented . If these farms were rented for grain rent it would be better for both parties , provided the landlord did not want it all . Landlords should give better terms to the tenants to encourage them to put something back on the farm and keep the land from running down . I can count fifty farms in this county that are rented for from $ 2 . 00 to $ 3 . 25 per acre , cash , and some of these farms in a few years will be too poor to grow cockleburs . The land has been skinned and skinned , and so have the tenants . Some of these have had to go into bankruptcy , sell their teams and stock , and work out by the month to pay their arrears of rent . Besi...
Supplementing the Corn Ration [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 February 1898
Supplementing the Corn Ration A Reader at GrlgBSVllle . Ill . [ . ends Ihe foi lowing : I am feeding 230 spring calves snapped com and crushed cob and corn worth twentv cer ts . What prices can I afford to pay for oats anal bran and ln what proportion should they be fed . At the low price named for a-orn , « o far as mere nutriment is concerned , your correspondent cannot afford to pay more than $ 6 or ? 7 per ton for bran . It will not do , howe \ er , to attempt to grow and fatten these calves on corn alone , and so some complementary food must be fed . even though It costs much more for nutriment than does corn . I should feed to each calf two or three pounds of bran per day . even though It costs $ 12 or $ 14 . Bran ls a better concentrate to go with corn than oats and will cost less . If oil-meal ls not over $ 20 per ton add a pound or substitute It for that much bran ln the ration . —Prof . W . A . Henry In Breeders Gazette . MAP PUZZLE EDUCATOR . Is Iowa as large as Maine ? W...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 February 1898
GREAT POLAND-CHINA BROOD SOW SALE . AT LAKEWOOD FARM SIX MILES SOUTH OF Rock Rapids , lowa , Monday , February , 21 . M7 ft THOBOUGHBRKD Poland- Jhina sows to be sold under the hammer . 30 of these bred to LAKEWOOD CHIEF the great son of I U Chief Teoumseh 2 d . Sows in this Sale by Lambing . Black TT . S ., Chief Teoumseh aid , Hippy Medium , Butler s Darkness , Lakewood Chief and other noted boars . 30 gilts by Lakewood Chief . 15 of them safe in pig by the sensational young boar GOLD BASIS . Everything offered will be sold regardless of price , n o put up jobs or by-bidding . Send for catalogue . COL , F . w . WOODS . Aoctioneer H . G . AleMILLAN , Rock Rapids , Iowa . - ¦—¦— ¦ ~ AS = m ??????«????????????????????? ??????????»?&gt;?????????????? »&gt;»?»???• ??????«????????????????????? »«»??????????»?&gt;?????????????? mp I The Great L s Tecumseli Brood Sow Sale , I . a I ; A TO BE HELD ON THE FAIR GROUNDS f _ 1 | OSKALOOSA . IOWA . FEBRUARY 24 . 1898 . i...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 February 1898
PRACTICAL SHROPSHIRE * . I offer a ehoice lot of imported and domestia ) ewes , all of high breeding and individual ex . cellence . Many good enough to show . Personal insFBctlon Invited and prices moderate . W . 0 . FR 1 TCHMAN , MMCtttae . low * . 400 Unregistered ^ KESS _ W &amp;^ m CLOVER SEED . Choice home grows Mammoth seed $ 4 . 00 per bu . Bags free with two bn . or more . Also Med . seed for sale . A . R . HILSABECK , Oilman , Iowa . BRED SOWS AT FARMERS PRICES . We have 40 sows consisting of two-year-olds yearlings and spring sows bred to Happy Union Ud , dam Marchioness Woodbum by One Price , Guy Darkness by Guy s Likeness and Duplex , he by Smeby s Hadley by Hadley by One Price , These are as well bred Poland-Chinas as any in northeastern lowa . Will weigh from 225 to 300 lbs , are safe In pig to either of these great boars and will be sold at farmers prices . Write or come to us . Stock shipped from Postrilleor Wankon , OBBDSN BBOS .. Wanfcon . In . 3 AW . YOUR ...
Hearts and Homes [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 February 1898
Hearts and Homes This department is conducted by Mrs . Henry Wallace , Des Moines , Iowa , who invites contri butions from all of its readers . E 2 j £ The Farmer s Winter . TON . 1 know some city feller * lOaep a-makln fun of us . An they say , when we walk Broadway , Seel there goes a Granger cuss ! Bu * I reckon lt amounts to V « ey little , rightly viewed , For somehow I think our standard Ruther gits above the dude . People have their fav * rite seasons—Poets fairly dote on spring . So do frogs—I aint pertlckler . One or t other , which may sing ; Women love the moderate summer , Specially the days o June , An the autumn stirs some persons Like an old-time fiddle tune . But I must confess In some things 1 am ruther somewhat queer . An I find in solemn winter Hy own choicest time of year . Then the snow s white as a . young man Ever deems his sweetheart s soul , An the stars shine at their best , while Thro the firmament they roll . But I am a plain clod-hopper . An my theme ls ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 February 1898
Gf \ l r \ l UNDBB A POSITIVE OU L . \ J \ OPAKAMTBE—TKWWTFT 8 FEKFJSCC WASHER makes clothes clean—saves wear and work . Portland Mfg . Co ., Box 110 Portland , Mich . THE PEORIA WASHER Washes clothes easily and thoroughly . BALL BKABINGS . Booklet bee . GLABK , « DT _ ra A HOBSB , 4 M-W . St ., Peoria , HI . BARGAINS IN SEEDS ! I Choice kinds of Vegetable and Flower Seeds st Jo per packet . Flower Plants , Soeacb . Many choice 1 novelties . Dont bny until you have seen onr new catalogue . Mailed free if you mention this paper . IOWA SEED CO ., DEB Momma . IOWA .