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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 February 1898

E ^ FlVloney Making Mem ^ L \\ mWmm 9 mT io morn work with their b . ads than with their hinds . TES money _______!/ A T _ r ^_____ turner plans to do the best work ln tie least time . Instead of spending * day / , «¦ ^^^ _ ft ^_^ . I _ oe __ l an acre by band , be uses a Planet Jr . Double Wheel Hee Yf £ m mW ^^^ ^ < Xr andlsthro-gbbeforetbedlnnerhora blows . Whether the rows are wide / Sy ^ m ^ mfdf ^ ^ ^ ^___ ^ . . or narrow this Planet Jr . tool will hoe them right With Its cnl . / sJmm \ ¦ aVcV ^^^ . _ Uvator , rake and plow attacbmentBltrepresents the / gm ^^ m m •/ . _ ^^^ M « v . » rfectlon of labor savirg tools . The Planet Jr . /_ • jft ^^ H ¦ m 4 ff r •_ m - _ . a . - _ -- » - ^ _ r TS _ M ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ M ^ ___ BLBook V marv for elnnRmach 1898 tells in yon es all forsavlng about many tim e . say more - ^ r imWmW MS _ H _______ 9 ^ T 4 ____ H ____ H lng money , saving labor . Its tree . . / _ v ^ . ^________ ^ £ ^ - ^ __ H ^____ ^| I ? _ # XSKwfm s . t . A _ L _ LE...

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Poultry Department . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 February 1898

Poultry Department . All contribution- intended for this department should be addressed Poultry Department , sare WALLACES FABMBB , Des Moines , Iowa . Incubators . S . P . R ., Pleasanton , Iowa , writes : Which is ccmsidered the better , the hot air or the hot water incubator ? What make do you consider the best ? Are any of the $ 5 . 00 to ? 10 . 00 incubators of any account ? I thought of getting a small incubator to finish , off the hatches and raise the chicles in a brooder ; if the small sizes do good work , I think one of them would answer . We believe all , of the incubators advertised in the Fanner are good and can be depended upon . We would not undertake to say which is best , for the very good reason that we dont know . Send for the catalogues of the different firms and study them and decide . With regard to the smaller sizes , we believe they are all right if bought of responsible firms . A Question to Fire At . A subscriber writes : Whice kind of Leghorns is best to c...

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

BLACK Lanahan eggs tl for 15 ; $ 1 . 75 for £ 0 ; $ -. 50 for 45 . Oyer 8 sittings at one shipment at 75 o eaeh . First-class stool .. A good hatch snaranteed with proper care . A . J . BEOWKE , King-ley , Iowa . BARRFO PLYMOUTH ROCKS Of the boot strains , growthy , nice form and well marked . $ 1 . 00 eaoh or six for 5 . 0 $ 0 . JOB ROBERTS , New Sharon , Iowa . Tested Seed Corn . Send 5 cents in stamps for three sample packages of the best varieties ot eorn grown , and 20 page book , Hints On Corn Browing ; How Up-to-Date Farmers Grow the Big Crops . The Iowa Agrionltnral College grew M bu per aore of this eorn , whioh gave 62 ibs of shelled eorn from 70 lba of ears . J . B . ARMSTRONG , Proprietor . Pleasant Valley Seed Corn Farm , Shenandoah , Iowa . Seed Com ^ v Grow Ind Produce a Big Crop If given half a chanoe . Leading varieties aold at wholesale price to farmers . Mammoth white seed oats , nearest mat proof , stands np , great yield , only SOo per bn . Barley , Spring wheat...

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

BABBED and White P . Books , 10 Golden MWyandotte . 10 Buff Leghorn eoekerelB and pallets , scoring 90 to 91 at tl . 50 to $ 3 . 01 . Birds not scored at $ 1 . 00 eaoh . C . C . SHAFEB , Hampton , Iowa . Eft CHOICE Buff Cochin cockerels for sale at 3 U $ 1 . 00 to $ 3 . 00 each—no pnllets . Address , Mas . W . W . TAHOHN , Marion , Iowa . CHOICE Black Langshao Cockerels for sale . MBS . 0 . F . HOOD , Battle Greek , I * a Co ., la . DUCKS . Pekin Drakes W . P . E s . S . 8 . Hambnrgs . Buff Leghorn and Buff R . B . cockerels $ 1 . eaoh . Sen in season , cheap . A . 0 . DILLER , Marshalltown , Iowa . CHOICE S . L . Wyandotte cockerels $ 1 to $ 1 . 50 each . Write J . 8 . HARDIN , Indlanola , la . II A . OVERTON , Knoxville , Iowa , has for sale : ¦ LIGHT BRAHMAS , C . INDIAN GAMES , BRONZE TURKEYS and SHORT . HORN CATTLE . SILVER Wyandotte cockerels tor sale . Eggs in season . Wm . H . White , Green Mountain , la . Ii , Wyandotte and B . Leghorn »«»• n . m- ^ - S . 18 ; taper 38 . Pe...

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

ROBB and S . comb White Leghorn cockereli n each . Joseph Kappas Jr . Bex 155 , Ashton Ji . FEW B . and W . P . Bock cockerels at bottom A prices for the next 30 days . . Orders booked now for eggs , F . A . Whitted , Monroe , lowa . BLACK MINORCAS . Closing ont sale 11 . 00 each ; 6 for for $ 5 . 00 either aex . !___ . Cor . TINQHAJ-, Eden , Illinois . ° MB . Turkey hens $ 2 . each . Heavy boned , • fine plumage . D . G . Moray , Fonda , la . CA WHITE and Barred P . Book and Black Qu Minorca cockerels scoring 90 to Mtt , $ U 0 to $ 3 . 00 each . Not scored $ 1 . 00 . Good size , yik low lege . W-JteChas . Crane , Fatkenlmrg , la , Langshan okls , scoring to 84 by BnsssU . B • Prices low . Mrs . ____ ee-aMyers , D _ agonal , U . PEKIN Drakes for sale by MBS . F . HOOD , Wanheek , Linn connty , Iowa . JL . ARMSTRONG , Zearlng , Iowa . Choice ¦ cockerels of either Golden Wyandottes or White P . Books and a fins pen of B . Langshan , LIVE and Let Live Poultry Yards . The farmers beat k...

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 February 1898

\ The Same Old Story . i a MONTEZUMA . IOWA , Feb . 7 , 1898 . ? ? WALLACES FAB _ I _ BB , , ? ? My Barred Plymouth Book cockerels ? ? are aU sold . Six insertions of an ad in ? > WALLACES FABKEB did the business . ? a Had inquiries from Indians to Nebras- ? ¥ ka . Shipped birds to Illinois , Nebraska ? a and all parts ot Iowa , and am receiving ? f the most gratifying reports from all pnr- ? a ohaaers . With only one exception and ? f time enough to hear from him yet , every ? a one buying a cockerel from me after ? a receiving him has written for eggs , or to ? 4 > inquire If I sold eggs , etc ., which of ? ? it . self if tbey said no more , would be ? a enough to know they were pleased with af a what iBhippsd them . My motto is the ? ? Golden Bule . I . N . COVATOT . ? - * » * A A A A A * A * A A A A AA A 4 A A E 4 I . - _ l »WHERE OTHERS FAIL he 8 UCQES 8 FUL INCUBATORS suenMfl , why ? because they re properly constructed andtEfejrrectmethcxI-TOrQoaratInf t...

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 February 1898

____* _ 4 BI 6 MOMEY III POULTRY ^__ L _ H H OUR __«__¦ <_ ea QUIDS of 100 ¦____^____ i mW pages explains all . Worth 126 . 00 ^ EA ^ HtonyoM . Thala iaaal , __<¦» _ n _ una * compk-l ^^^^ Wbook CTcrpa _ - __ Mdl _ o 61 on . CntalM « T * r 111 _|^^^ S ^ Mw Uhotntlon , hnsdraU of ralubla f-djaf ud ^ J ^ T Plun . • HOW jmH TO HAKEPOtXTRTPATT Sett iu » 4 _ H » fee B ? A ¥ ? smii ljJAaM ^ oRen . ITOE E \ w sto-M . «» H • _»_(_»; HTBTAME 11 __«¦ C - Htogw . Bll 4 _» t _» B . 6 __ i _ l _ , >_ tll € jjn . I STARTIMBUSIMESSI »» as INCUBATOR aooiim maiia * . PRAIRIE STATE INC . CO . a SEMO FOR CATALOG . HOME ! CITY , PA . GLOBEIHCUBAT 0 BS * BR 00 DER 8 ^^ SS 9 ttl «» Pc * ltta __ jtteB « b ^^^^^^¦^¦ 1 wm hatch chlckniirlunofliBn ^^ H ^^^^^^ H fail . ETtrnwhartvlaiMnaCld ^* honontn stnnifMi ocmptlttton . aM ^ m \\ mmm \^^ m \ Mlmr «** ¦ ^^^**^ fBr _ i _ l ________ Our 1898 Catalofoo now ready , tbt IK finest pruned . It contains a full I MJHB mi TOT a ^ l ^ ...

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"Uncle Henry ' s Letters tolthe Farm Boy . " [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 February 1898

Uncle Henry s Letters tolthe Farm Boy . FEW EXTRACTS FROM NOTICES WHICH ^ HAVE APPEARED CONCERNING IT . A GOOD BOOK FOB A YOUTH . A neat little volume recently made its appearance on the farm editor s tabic , which upon examination shows up to be worthy of high commendation . It is entitled Uncle Henrys Letters to a Farm Boy , and la written by Henry Wallace , editor ot Wallaces Farmer , published at Des Moines , Iowa . It Is made up of a number of chapters , put In the form of letters , on . such subjects as : The Farm Boy and His Father . The Farm Bjy and His Mother , The Farm Boy and His Fun . The Form Boy and His Education , etc . The writer of the book wisely says that twenty years hence the farm boy of to-day will mainly control the business of the state and nation . Wherefore , the importance of helping : him to make a right start in life ls ¦ elf-evldent . The writer was himself brought up on a farm and he knows how to write to the farm boys . He sayB . I have experienced hi...

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A State Board of Agriculture . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 February 1898

A State Board of Agriculture . XO WaT . T . ifTKfl jTAEKBat As It Is now evident that the present legislature proposes to Inaugurate a large number of much needed reforms ln the affairs of the state , by adopting business principles , I desire to call attention to a state Institution that ls much in need of such legislation as will make it In fact what It Is now only in name . I refer to the Iowa State Agricultural society , now being conducted under a law enacted over forty years ago , when conditions were entirely different from those now existing . As at present operated , the State Agricultural society is simply an association for holding a fair , one week each year , and the balance of the time is devoted to the publication of a report of its proceedings and in preparing for another show . While Iowa was young in years , no doubt the holding of a fair fulfilled all requirements , but times have changed and progressive farmers now realize that the State Agricultural society shou...

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Raising a Club . illustration of how it is [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 February 1898

Raising a Club . illustration of how it is As an easy to raise a club for Wallaces * Fanner , we quote the following from a letter recently received from Mr . W . J . Henderson , of Linn county : The reason I did not send in my renewal was because I wanted to see some of my neighbors . Having a little time I could spare from my chores , I started out and in about three hours time I secured fourteen subscribers and enclose the names herewith . Another reader , who sends us a club of nine , writes that he got them on the way to the creamery in the morning , while another sends a club of eleven with the statement that it only spoiled a part of an afternoon to get the m . Quite a number of our readers have sent in clubs of from twenty-five to more than one hundred names , and a much greater number have sent five , ten or fifteen names each . It is not to be expected that all can send large clubs , but from the experience from those who have tried It we believe that there are very few of...

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

MAP PUZZLE EDUCATOR , la Iowa aa large aa MalneT Which ls the pan-Handle stater What state Is bounded by four straight lines ? These aud many other aueetlons relating to the geography of our own country answered by the map pussle sent out by the Chicago Great Western Railway . It Is a dissected (_ ap of the United States , printed on hesafr cardboard , and tha pufsle consists ln put _ BW the piece * together so aa to form the connkrte map . It will be found interesting asd BKtructive to old people aa Fwell as young . It will he sent to our readers sending ten cenfcfto F . H . tort . Q . P . * T . A .. Chicago Great Wfatarn . aaUway . Chicago , m . Mark «_ V *_ O _ M • 7 ____& TOK 3 __ i __ it .

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 February 1898

> , C *| THE H __» R | JME iWJM-a LY ! .. ____ IffKM lifflJtt . H you are . ^ 9 _____________ J ____ P ^ S MM ENGINESf thinking about ^ m Wmm ^^ § MlMirnxxm I mX ? ¦ JSMBHT w .. L * PQOTkiwo < ^^^ M **** 44 ftA { Ufe _ gftftSSSM __ m _ r ___ gj :. W . Ei ^ 1 llliP gSS ^^ BOcTirorili ^ of I ~ W We want names I , _» _§ of seed buyers mmmw QSveit ^ ma AWB ^ . V Snot already on *** V 3 our list , and as l — ^^^^ ^^!^ TrT . ¦ S __• ¦__ . __¦¦_ , _________•_ to try our seeds we will £ _ B Ml IIIQ-IMmMI mall you oar handsome 5 £ • Catalogue and 25 cts . worth | ft ||| e _ £ S of Choice Flower Seeds for lUwlas g ifi to cover postage . The emptyi » ickaBe is good g 3 for 25 ots . worth of SEEDS FREE If re- g ¦ 5 turned with an order for 2 o cents or more . gj S CTTDDIE DDAC Seednmea aad Florists , g § tUKKlC BKUS . MILWAUKEE , WIS . S THIS WITH _ m ^^ A HAND ^ t > \\\ m * CULTIVATOR . SEED > % DRILLAND HOE : \ y ¦___ S- ____ 2 _ k ~ Aboy 12 years o...

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Hearts and Homes . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 February 1898

Hearts and Homes . This department is conducted by Mrs . Henry Wallace , lies Moines , Iowa , who invites contri button , from all of its readers . Work . A noted author says : Work is our salvation in trouble or out of trouble , married or unmarried . It makes life real , and happy are they who take up the burdens of life in a cheerful way . This will keep our characters sweet , and make our presence welcome because of the sunshine we carry with us . Often in a wooden house a golden room we find . When sorrows come into our homes , work is rest and diverts our minds from vexations that beset us ; therefore , let us work with stout heart and resolute will to accomplish some good for the world and thus for ourselves . Water a Cure for Diseases . An analysis of the human body , it is said , shows that the model man should weigh 154 pounds , 116 pounds of which is water and 38 pounds dry matter . It is , therefore , necessary and important to drink daily from 70 to 100 ounces of water ...

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The Farmer in ^ Literature . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 February 1898

The Farmer in ^ Literature . To HEABTS AND HOKBS Far back in the ages The plough with wreaths was crowned . The hands of kings and sages Entwined the chaplet round ; Till men of spoil disdained the toll By which the world was nourished . And dews of blood enriched the soil Where green their laurels flourished . Now the world her fault repairs—The quilt that stains her story ; And weeps her crimes amid the cares That formed her earliest glory . The proud throne shall crumble . The diadem bhall wane . The tribes of earth shall humble The pride of those who reign ; And war shall lay his pomp away—The fame that heroes cherish . The glory earned ln deadly fray Shall fade , decay and perish . Honor waits o er all the earth . Through endless generations . The art that calls her harvest forth And feeds the expectant nations . In far-off Judea the chosen ones , to whom the message , Peace on earth , good will to men , was borne , were not the high and mighty ones of earth , but the herders o...

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Literature on the Farm . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 February 1898

Literature on the Farm . 10 HEABTS AND HOMES . Literature is a subject often neglected on the farm * Books are like associates . They are not forced upon you , but a choice is given in the matter , and give a judge the books a man reads and he can usually tell the class with which he associates . On the farm the literature is very often neglected , and it ls often an expressed complaint that the farmer cannot enjoy the privileges of the citizen in the way of having the latest books , This is very largely a mistake . The latest book , about which he hears so much for the time , very seldom compares with the standard books , which have stood the test of time and are what are called living books . The latest book Is generally more for the benefit of the author and publishing firm than the readers , and their popularity Is only transient . On the farm a good time for the selection of the year s reading is the beginning of the year . First , he must have newspapers ; papers that will rep...

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

EXTRA CHOICE CLQVER SEED At $ 8 . 50 per bushel ; timothy $ 1 . 25 per bushel ; Stoll s Evergreen sweet corn $ 1 . 50 per bushel ; Country Gentleman or Shoe Peg Sl . Wper bushel . All choice and new . T . J . KEGLET , Ames , la . FOR SALE 55 acres with good residence , barns , sheds , fences , wells , and in fact every thing that is needed to make a first-class Elace for breeding thoroughbred swine , ocated within i mile of 8 | R . K . in Merrill , Plymouth Co ., Iowa . For further particulars address , F . K . VEAL . Assignee . Merrill . Iowa . MISSOURI FARMS . Uneqnaled far Grain , Grass , Stock and holt . No cropfallures . Short , mild winters . Cheap land , write . HUPSOH-CAKY LAUD CO .. IHtCOn . Mo . A 360-ACRE FARM FOR RENT . At a low cash figure on a term of three years to the right party . Farm has never been rented , being now occupied by owner . It is finely improved , well watered and to good condition . An ideal grain and stock farm . For farther particulars address B . ...

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 February 1898

____¦__« «•«* nA _ MtA _ r _ AA _ lrAM Are toMtliigIn thoriohconntiTjnKasterB Minnesota many Homeseekers ^^• f- ^^^ sj ^^ . ^^ thousands of aores in the past three months , and the rush is -till on . Have yon looked this chance not Other , have ; it will pay ion . What is the cause of this great rattler , movement ? Bioh lend for sale at 13 , 00 to $ 8 . 00 perfeere on long time . A country of ample raln . fall , no withering dronths . Large and certain crop , ot grain ., grasses and vegetables- Yon should see them to understand how excellent they are . . B _ . _____ . __ ., Farmers Will Receive $ 1 , 000 , 000 ffiTgy ^ rtsSiaSS tS £ & a road E 2 ? , 903 rffi Globe Bldg eS 5 ., & 8 t . . Panl ^^ , Minn ^ . ^ Mention W _&_ Li __ . OE _ F ____ n __ . when writing . JMA For 12 CtS . and the name , <& S _^ tB-- _> _ # of thla paper , we will Band vu / SsaaoxJi ____¦ E < m one packet each of tfH &amp...

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