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

LONO BRANCH HERD ABERDEEN-ANGUS CATTLE Took first prize on carload lot of yearling steers . at the Chicago Fat Stock Show last fall , and saved Iowa s reputation . Public Sale March 23 . 1898 . At that date we will offer SO head of choice heifers and bulla , all of onr own breeding , and of the most desirable aorta , that cannot be excelled . Long Branch Stock Farm is located three miles southeast of Botna . Iowa , on Northwestern Bailway , and seven miles south of Manning , on the C , M . & St . P . By ., and at which place the Northwestern also , can be taken to Botna . No stock will be sold until day of sale . C . ESOHER At SON , - - Botna , la . ABERDEEN-ANGUS BULLS . QA Blocky , beefy , well bred young bulla of tha i \ t right , type nt for aerviee , for aale . Price * in accordance with the timea . Oome or write at once and get yonr choice . P . C . EDWARDS , OakviUe , lowa . MAPLE LEAF HERD ABERDEEN AN 6 US CATTLE . DRAFT SALE MARCH « 4 , 1898 . Offering will be 4...

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

DUR 00-JBR 8 EY 8 , rkUBOC-JEBSET Swine bred for tile , aubV atanca and quality . Prolific familie * Prleea reaeonable . B . Lengthen , and W . P Bocka . O . W . Bw > w _ n _ fa , Newton , JatperOo „ Ia ., rvUBOC-JERSKY PIGS of either aex now 1 / ready to ship . 90 to ( elect from . Good blood , good plga , and guaranteed to be aa represented . im aure I can pleaae partiea in aearch of good atock . Prices moderate . Come or write . T . J . BBABD , Ainaworth ¦ , Wellington Co ., Iowa . 0- _ -ft ____ - ___ , Monticello ¦¦ , Jones Co ., Ia ., HF ¦ . has 100 nuroc Jersey pigs lor . ale . Quel- _ equal to any . Price * moderate . eUKOC-mtS-EXS , the business farmer * hog , Early plga for aale at reaeonable price ., S , WATSON , Newton , Iowa . SBIGHTONDUBOC-JI-BSEY HERD . Good t __ rift & heal _ hy , grow _ ng atock , of beat blood F . HOFFMAN , Washta , Cherokee Co ., Iowa . DUBOCtTEBSEY PIGS , male and femata , the get of Omega , Exchanger , and Gentleman Jim : d...

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Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 February 1898

Enterprise Herd of ; Short-horn Cattle > ^ a ^^ P ^^_______ B ^__ l ^___ l ____ B ___ H ________________ ^ Bmt Individual * , beat blood in both Scotch and ¦• tea cattle . Peculated Wild Bye . 109348 and Alrdrle Duke of Haalebnnt ( the latter sotting 1900 . 00 and illustrated above ) , are tbe ¦ ire * in service . Toung . took for eale . Come and Me onr herd , or write na ronr want * . Address C . O . BIOX-EB . Hartwlck , Iowa .

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Page 19 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 February 1898

¦ ,, pilii v ¦¦ iiiiitiiifr THE GREAT j $ 4 , 000 POUND-CHINA . j J A great individual and a getter of pigs j that show a greater uniform high quality | than those of any other living boar . Hap- ; ; py Union 1 is in every respect a phenomenal ; { hog . He will be permitted to serve a limited ; ; number of approved sows at a fee of one ; ; hundred dollars . A few plga by him now ; ; for aale . For particulars address , ; D . L . HOWARD , Secretary , j HAPPY UNION STOCK CO , Jefferson , la . ! AN OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFE TIME MS K = For a good , / t ^ fme 7 mT * / _ IHk _ r ^ T _________ ^ ~ S livecanvaaier / / BF _ V # tmgB 7 l » * ° enaSage in / AwmSi W f / I > A pleasant and I I winter moha , ¦ 1 the bestofthe a—J . Y-- I year to take ^~~ _ maBS- •— f * order * for th * , ^ fWBB \ Bonn Hay Carrier Beturner . This Beturner will return the carrier before the team can turn around , < thereby saving all the bard work of pulling the carrier back by a trip rope . The ...

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Page 19 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 February 1898

LINSEED A OIL MEAL . 39 to 41 Per Cent Protein Guaranteed . THE CLEVELAND LINSEED OIL CO . Send for The Arcade , Cleveland , Ohio . Results free by mall . 1470 Old Colony Bld ng , Chicago . Davis Gasoline Engine / r & —ALL SIZES— MMML ^ im FOR EVERY PURPOSE . JBBW | Wj ^ J DAVIS GASOLINE ENGINE CO ., ^ HSRr WATERLOO , IOWA . ^ MMMMfSSI ^^ A ^ POWER 1 V TT l ^ Uypg F , R ttolOO 0 M . GASOLINE ? [ J ___\ jtl , If • Very Economical . ^ L ^ MTX ^ -TfSS . ^_ Simple , Safe , ud ReU- tnarHIEemFmJSl at \ e _ andWeber OatoUne V m—mfgte __ Bty | l [ W LINE IBE ^ ENGINE CAS * GASO CO ., ^ - ^ mmr Sm ^ mg ^> ^ JD Ae AWA > - $ L 441 SonthwaJst Boulevard , Kansas Cttr , Ho .

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Page 19 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 February 1898

? HIDES BOUGHT . I [ I l X We pay the highest spot caah price for - [ ? all black oattle hldea . > ? J . B . COWNIEGLOVBCO _ . Desmo _ oe 3 . ;[ I BEFEHENOE . —Any bank ln Des Moines . ,, ^— imii , Mm . ooo 0 eaeooaoeot > PORTABLE WELL DRILLING f - UL fl Sstabllshed MACHINERY I 86 T . Covered by . JS—mm—mWU jSSBSmmmBO Eatent * . Machine « t ( , drill any , _ BI » r * - ll - ^^ MI depth both by am . ndhorae ^ ¦ E- ^ B power . Twenty different style . Send for free illustrated catalogue . Address , KELLY & TANEYHILt , Waterloo , lowt . . ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦^ UK ! I Drilling Machine . ¦ ¦ Mall HELL of all kinds and - lies , ¦ WM I 11 for drilling wells for house , SAWS { am , city and Tillage Water ¦¦ uaH worka . Factories , Ice Plants . -UU 11 fi Brewe-les , IrrlKatlon , Coalan d ¦ W mm CS ^ sarameT ^ 11 SI Q Mineral ^^ Prospecting Latest aid , Best CHI , and a with «§^ Hi ? , ro ^ A ^ UTB f OM _ . X : * L 0 OMIS & NYW 4 M , r * rOTIT TIFFIN . OHIO . ...

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

Pleasant Ridge Herd Poland-Chinas Are right on top for size and style . 35 gilta bred to extra good sons of Chief Tecumseh 2 d and Black Chief 2 d , for sale . Come and see me or write . E . K . AXTELL , Strawberry Point , la . Quaker Herd of Poland-Chinas . IBOO bred sows for sale , _^_^_^_ _^_^_ ^^^^^^^^^ kspring gilts , yearling fall sows and matured sows . ^ - ^ L ^ L ^ L ^^ - * ^^* WMMMMMmmttF Prices low , quality goodAlso 500 Plymouth Books at $ 1 . 00 each . Shipping point , Webster , Iowa . j . A . rem ., White Hteon , Keo _ n _ -t Co .. lowa . TWO-YEAR-OLD BOAR FOR SALE . Fins hog by Boyal Medium ( best son of Happy Medium ) , with quality , stylish , sure breeder , nadenolera : very cheap at once . Other stock for sale . J . W . HIPPIE . WtOvHIe , la . 50 Poland-China Sows Bred aud sale in pig . These sows are large , strong boned , well finished and ot good color . _ lhey are bred to four great boars—sons of Chief Tecumseh 2 , Black Chief , Osgood and Pilot Medium , aud a...

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

FO __ A _ ST » -C ___ I _ SrA SOWS FOB SAJLE . Fine choice sows , bred to the great show and breedlrg boars Rival Chief 32581 and Look Me Over 2 d the beet son sited hy Old Look Me Over in 1897 . Write fbr prices . L . O . BROCK , Alden , Iowa . FOB S __ X _ K from OAK TERRACE HERD . 8 Fall Yearling Sows by SMEKTS HADLEY bred to OAK TERRACE CHIEF . 25 early gilts by Smeby s Hadley and Oak Terrace Chief bred to above boars . 10 fall boars by Oak Terrace Chief and out of fashionably bred sows . Two extra cholceplgs in this lot . Also one fall yearling boar by Happy Union , Will also sell Itook out Jr . Stock shipped subject to approval . Mention WALLACESFAEHEE . O . H . SMEBY Jr . Waterville , Iowa . Rock Branch Poland-Chinas . 60 FALL PICS Either sex for sale cheap for the quality and breeding . They are sired by Alcantara Medium 17797 S . and Look Me Over 2 d . There is lots of show stuff in this lot , WlU be pleased to furnish description and prices , and will guarantee stock as re...

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

BRED SOWS . Free Trade , V . S . Teoumseh . Hldestretcher and Wilkes sows in pig to U . S . Chief 31781 , L . s Tecumseh 2 d 22483 and l . s Black Tl . 8 . for ssle . Write and describe what you want , u H . C YATES , Thornburg , lowa . IE FoJapd . Ohlna Boars for sale . Sired 13 by grand-sons of Geo . WOkes and One Price . One yearling by B * a Wilkes . Will also sell onr herd boar , Booster Boy by King WUps . Prices low . Also Hereford eattle , bulls , oowKnd heifers for sale . J . W . BLAUF 01 D • flH , Bonapart , Iowa .

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

LAKEWOOD SPECIAL OFFERING . 90 selected boars by the great LAKEWOOD CHIEF 0080 / ( by Chief Tecumseh 2 nd ) out of sows sired by old Black IT . S . 18315 . No better breeding on earth . Many of these boars will make herd headers . 125 , 00 eaeh fbr next 80 days , H . Q . MCMILLAN , Rook Rapids , la : There Is nothing cheaper than the beet That s why of all tha harvesting machinery a _ r . ini _ . nsola throughout the world , more than one-third isof the McConnlek make . Built and guarantssd by MeConnlek Harvssting Machine Co GUsaco . a i—r *~ - ¦ . < , D I

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Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 February 1898

_ ftft _ ft *_ ftft _ ft *_ ft _ ft _ ft _ ft _ ft _ ft _ ft ***** ftft * ft ** A ****** ^ bft *****^************^*************** I THE TWO GREAT POLAND-CHINA SALES OFTHE NORTHWEST | imem ^ cOWSISTINCaOFg- _ ¦» . , — £ g , -. ^ 45 HEAD OF ROYAL BRED SOWS i THE ENTIRE JEWEL HERD _ g J _ Trom Highland Herd , Owned by Owned By . & fr fD * g C . D . Luther , Marcus , lowa , Tuesday , February 22 , 1898- * Ausman Bros .. Merrill , lowa , Wednesday , February 23 , 1898 . &» 48 Tt , , . „/•_ , „ - „ --nnf . in . ti , o hiatal nf TTnnrav Mndinm Rnv Wilkes 2 d . Pilot Medium , _• C __ CUef lThere will be 44 sows and three herd boars . The sows Tom in this offering are daughters ( Ar of Tecun ^ sh M , SecondChief T « t ^» h Second Corwin , ( fourtney ^ hlef , 2 ? AloSrS & ePrf ^ J . t ^ $ J » « Teoumseh . . Lrfgn by Look Me Over , and other , of note . Bob ^ J ftV !_ b ™! o ™&^ i » . an The above tows are bred to sons of Judd a Teenmaeh , Klever...

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The Evils of a Vicious'System of Rent . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 February 1898

The Evils of a ViciousSystem of Rent . The renter has come to stay . We believe that the acreage of land under rent will increase from year to year . We regret that It is so , but regrets are unavailing when the facts are so obvious . The landlords in Iowa and adjoining states are of two or three classes . A large and growing class are retired fanners ; some who have tiBHB The Puperty of A . J . Lylle , Oshuloosa , Iowa t _ H _! retired because of age and infirmity and who have rented their lands to their sons or nephews or neighbors . The towns are full of farmers of this class . They have made enough money to enable them to live on the rent of the land or the interest on the proceeds of their sales . They want to be near the church or to educate their children in the high schools of the cities , or to take things easy the rest of their lives . We believe this class will increase from year to year . Another class is made up of business men who realize the uncertainty in these days ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 February 1898

lplfeces Kariper . ) l *_ MVWWV * WKVW ^^^* A _ A-A _ il ^ A __*_^ . ^ A ^_ . ^ - ^ . ^ . ^^^_ A __* .- ^ ftA . Pnblished Weekly at DES MOINES , IOWA . Mice jnit acron the street east of the Scram Home . - SUBSCBIPTION PBICB . Par year , postpaid . $ 1 . 00 Ul snbwrlptlons tie payable tn advance and the paper will be discontinued when the time sipfrei , unless renewed . The date on the tag whioh bears the name of the subscriber indl sate , thc time to which the _ n _____ p __ OD has been paid . HENRY WALLACE . Editor . H . C WALLACE , I J . P . WALLACE , Gen *! Manager . | Adv . Maaagtt Mr . Wallace was for ten yean , up toFebtv ary , 1895 , the editor of the Iowa Homestead . His withdrawal from tbat papa was the culmination of trouble betwefc him and tbe business manager as to Hi public editorial policy , Mr . Wallace wishing to maintain it In its old position as tbe leading western exponent of anti-monopo ly principles . Failing in this be becamt the -ditor of WALLACES FARMER over...

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Growing Blue Crass Seed . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 February 1898

Growing Blue Crass Seed . As we have within the last year added the growing of blue grass seed to our other ifarming operations , we are able to give >_ he reader some pointers w ___<_ h may ibe of value whether he grows the seed or not . Blue grass seed 1 s gathered in June with a stripper of some kind . We used a stripper which is simply a cylinder revolving at great rapidity in front of a bos to hold the seed , the power being taken from a mower or reaper wiheel hisUy geared aad drawn by two lKxrses . It strips about eight awes a dayv . When the box ls partially full , the seed is port in sacks nnd then dried either on a close floor under cover or on a tarpaulin iu the hot strni We have never tried Hie latter method but are satisfied tat lit is the best way to cure t __ e seed . Blue grass seed should not be more tihan two or three inches thick on the floor when placed under cover as it heats very rapidly When moisture is present , and not only that but take...

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The Grasses as Restorers of Fertility . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 February 1898

The Grasses as Restorers of Fertility . There is a general impression prevalent among farmers that all kinds of grasses tend to restore fertility in land that has been exhausted by grain crops . This is an entire mistake and farmers find It by experience to be a rather serious one . Our attention was first called to this when a mere boy . We had a bottom timothy meadow on naturally very rich land that had been mown for a number of successive years . It was finally put in corn , with the expectation of harvesting a big crop . Although the season was a fairly good one , the result was a very moderate indeed , as compared with adjoining lands that had been under a clover rotation . This was our first intimation that timothy was in no sense and under no circumstances a restorer of fertility . Neither are any other of the true grasses . It is quite true that land will increase in fertility when allowed to remain in permanent pasture from year to year , but the increase is due solely to t...

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On Selecting Grass Seeds . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 February 1898

On Selecting Grass Seeds . Farmers some times throw away a good deal of money in buying at high prices grass seeds which are not adapted to their purposes . We do not think too many varieties hardy in their latitude and longitude can be selected when permanent pasture is required provided they do not dip too deep into the purse , but It is foolish , utterly foolish , to buy high priced varieties of grass where the object is to grow grass for one or two years and then plow under for corn . Agricultural papers often lead farmers astray on this matter . For short rotations , such as prevail in the West , there are no grass seeds of any value except timothy and red and mammoth clover . To sow blue grass , orchard grass , red top , tall meadow grass , the fescues , of the rye grasses under such circumstances is simply a waste of money , and the sooner the public understand this the better . Most of these grasses require two or three years before a stand is secured that is of any value , ...

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The Value of Timothy . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 February 1898

The Value of Timothy . Some of our readers grow a great deal more timothy than Is good for them or their farms ; others grow much less . The foimer act under the mistaken idea that timothy adds to the fertility of the soil , which it does not ; the latter fall to see that in growing clover for fertility they may as well grow timothy and thus add to the total value of the crop . There is a direct benefit in growing timothy with clover . Where they are in about equal proportions the clover is not nearly so liable to lodge , nor will the timothy interfere with taking a crop of clover seed should the season be favorable . When grown with mammoth clover , the timothy will stand a poor chance the first year , as the clover will prevent its securing the sunlight necessary for its growth . It however , stands shade quite well , and the probability is that the second year will show an astonishing growth of timothy with comparatively little clover , which last will not interfere with taking a...

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The Cost of Growing Corn . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 February 1898

The Cost of Growing Corn . A correspondent , from Scott county , Iowa , writes : In your controversy with Snow on the cost of growing corn , you place it at 16 . 25 cents per bushel . Will this apply to Scott county ? If not , what is the cost per acre and per bushel for this county ? The estimate we made was a general one and will vary very largely with the locality , the variation being mainly on two points ; the rent , or interest that should be charged for the use of the land , and the fertility of the land itself . We farmed in Scott county long enough to know that there is perhaps no county in the state which can grow more bushels per acre , unless it might be some of the choicest counties on the western slope , and we doubt if they are superior in any way to Scott county . On the other hand , the price that should be charged for the use of the land is correspondingly great , Scott county land selling as high , if not higher , than any land in the state , and we might say here...

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