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Page 21 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 February 1898

BEKKSH 1 RES . cTir ^ UNCKTFaii ^ Breeder of large Entflsh Berkshire hogs . Hy ^^^^^^^ m breeding stook is of the jH ^^^^^ best , I guarantee eyery- a ^^^^^^^^ thing to be Just what I Mi ^^^^^^^ WBammmimWmma say . Try me . GALVANIZED STEEL TANKS Built in all shapes and sizes for STOOK watering , Storage , CreMeryw d Dalre . as wdl aa all purposes for which a GOOD TANK il wanted . It will Pay Yon to write ns stating what yoa want In this line AMBBIOAN 8 T ___ I _ TINE Co . Faotorlea : Waterloo , Iowa ; Kansas City , Ho . andMisha aka . lnd . WINDERS WONDEREUL WATER JL WARMER , OR ^ s ^ TANK HEATER . ^ l ^^^^ , deeded by al farmers . IwiSSseaSvIWi lft KWIXGHK H ___ M ^^§ 7 » r ^ c . - - Chicago . WE SELL BEST HARNESS , Steel Tanks , 81 ckle Grlndors . Piuflps , Pipe , Corn Splitters . Tile Dltohers , Bicycles , Hazora , 4111 k Separators , Kodaks and 8 toys Bepairs to fit any stove mode ; also best LAND im U . S . t 6 acse . Join onr colony and get rloh . Best Land and Climate for Gra...

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The Dairy Interests . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 February 1898

The Dairy Interests . Paper read by Henry Wallace , editor of Wallaces Farmer , Des Moines , Iowa , before the National Stock Growers Convention , at Denver , Colorado , January 27 , 1698 : I accepted your kind and courteous Invitation to prepare a paper for this convention on the Dairy Interests with a mild farm of feai and trembling . I fcaied If X would Ull > ou the truth about the dairy intertats lu Iuw . t * and other eastern states you might look un me In a light similar to that with which a native Texan once regarded my friend , Judge Grant , of Iowa . He made a visit to Texas shortly after the war and stopped o \ er night at a hotel In a small town . He was an early riser , and , while taking a walk In the morning before breakfast , he discovered a native of the Lone Star state milking a cow . After patient and long-continued efforts , permitting the calf once In a while to bunt , then choking It off , and pulling the teats for dear life , he secured about a quart...

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

Sleeplessness Especially Frequent In High Altitudes . HOW IT MAY BE OVERCOME IN ANY CLIMATE . From the Chieftain . Pueblo . Col While the Rocky Mountain region ls Justly famed for its salubrious climate , and ls becoming more and more the mecca toward which pllRTims are traveling- from all parts of the world that they may fill their weakened lungs with Hs life-giving air , yet there are aliments ln that climate as ln any other , one of the chief of which is sleeplessness . This is due to the rai \ ty of the air , which on some constitutions Is too stimulating to tbe nerves . In some cases patients are compelled to remove for a time to tne sea level to escape the high nervous strain . As sleeplessness is not an uncommon accompaniment to certain nervous conditions ( in any climate ) the story of a woman of Pueblo , Colo , may point a moral to otherswho bave had a similar affliction . * The woman came to Paeblo thirty years ago , when the town was a frontier settlement , and Indians we...

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Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 February 1898

§& a ^/ J SSm ! zJ- -the Death FarMerat SfW Dealer . SKSffi s Prices . ii y . inn . SnUkT Plows . K 6 . IMn . 8 . B . f \\ 3 BSUf Flows , 19 . Boiling Coulter , extra , ILIO . SJ & SGi % ? «_ -T . Lever Harrow , t 7 . « 0 . Mowers . ___ FsT _ J / SS »< 0 . Biding Gang Flows , 136 . IMS r ^*»_ SwA Dlw Harrow , ( 16 . Hay Bakes , tll . M . LZSSHf »•__ . Wagon , | Bi I 3 » . Buggies Hoa , HarneM , i ^ lHjSaSm 8-w ___ g 3 __ hl _ M , Cider Dril Mill-, SUM , 0 « ? I !^^ Cor __ i _ Sie _ l « r . 8 l , mm , 6 <> l /_ xS-S <_» Ho-Drill , . 10 . 75 . , and 1000 other things SRf < 5 _ xftr atone . h _] fdeaIer » prices Catalogtrea CXXyl & S * - H . woodFi-wto ., B __ as , __ t « , m . T-. «_ , Hew FMI 017 la- _• _ .. 8 . _ hH ___ i dimtte-h . . nmra- ri > l * SiT 0 P BUGGY F 0 R-S 22 . 75 £ 1 TTQI ^^^^^^ SBI ^ Bt » S ! ffS ! rt ^ yBWg S ?&& EEjW \ K « adWftfOBst « ie ....

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Page 22 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 February 1898

DISTRIBUTION AMMONDSFREE HSE ED Government Free Seeds are simply not In It . To introduce the Best Michigan Northern Grown New Land Seed Potatoes , Farm , Garden and Flower Seeds everywhere , I will gi . eauay , ABSOLUTELY FREE , 6-0 , 000 packets of choicest Vegetable and Flower Seeds . Your name on a postal card gets my Free Seed Book from which you may select FREE your supply of seeds for an entire garden . Write to-day , » wS ° HARRY N . HAMMOND , Seedsman , Bx . 22 , Decatur , Mich , A NEW TREATISE ON MANURE ^ tFAmaTm mmrmmmmmmm ___________________________________________________________________ s _________ Pn ^ It spreads all kinds of manure cheaper and belter | BBmiH | H | 09 ^^^^^ HPH ^^ ra ^^ 10 , KBSBP & MRPEE Mm . OO ^ ^^ Hff 3 E __^__^_^^^^^ r . r = c . Are Without an Equal . The line embraces Totnto Cutters Weerters , Tu o nnd Four R < nv ! --prn \ ers Potato DIggeis ami Sorters . Evwry Machlna tha Boat that Long Exportcnco , Mochanfcal Skill mnd ...

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

STORY COUNTY HERD —of registered DUROC-JERSEY SWINE . A hrw choice pigs of both sexes now ready in shipment . Prices reasonable . Address , W . B . or N . L . NILES , Ames , lowa . AdettUa Hert of ^^^^^^^ DUtOC-JEKSBY SWIHE /^^^^^^^_ ^ L ^ - ^ - ^ - ^ - ^ - ^ L ^ Choice -W pigs of both sexes K ( mmmmmmmm ^ Bt tOT lowest prices . **** * mmmmmBmSmW New blood _» ronro _ d cus- ^ H toms ™ . Satisfaction gnaranteed . ^ LmE JBIB . PEA _ H _ U . L a sowa . pit imt , m . i THE GREAT RED HERDS WEST Ud SALISBURY * SONS . Bred sows ready to go ont . The / will please , Prioes right . 0 . a WB 8 T . 8 « Cr , Pw—« , U . DO YOU WANT A ROBE ? Oet one at small cost by sending yonr hideB to ns to be tanned , Onr specialty is custom work . Send for onr circular and prioes . All work fnanateed . Address , mentioning this paper , BAYB-t TANNING CO ., . Des fllolnw . Iowa . TAKE THE BURLINGTON ROUTE For Peoria , Indianapolis , Cincinati , Colnmbns and all points East . Passengers leaving Des Moines 8 80...

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

DUBOC-mRSBYS , DUBOC-JTEKSKT FIGS of either sex now ready to Bhip . SO to select from . Good blood , good pigs , and guaranteed to be as represented , im sure I can please parties in search of good stock . Prices moderate . Come or write . T . J . BEABD , Ainsworth , Washington Co ., Iowa . OIiABKB . Honticello , Jones Co ., Ia „ BP ¦ . has 100 Dnroo Jersey pigs for sale . Qnal- _ eaual to any . Prices moderate . DTJBOO . JKBSETS , thebnsinesB farmers hog . Early pigs for sale at reasonable prioes , B , B . WATSON , Newton , Iowa . n F BUSSBIX , Fillmore , Andrew Co ., Ho ^ III breeder of Duroc-JerBoy swine and Buff Cochin fowls . Stock for sale at reasonable prices DBiq-ITONDUBOO . JEBS-ETHKBDGood . U thrifty , healthy , growing stock , of beat blood H . F . HOFFMAN , Washta , Cherokee Co ., Iowa . DUBOC-JBB 8 KY PIGS , male and female , the get of Omega , Exchanger , and Gentleman Jim : dams by Omega , Exchanger and Nonpareil . Also Bed Polled eattla . Mention Wittic s Finm , W . ...

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

RDBOC-JEBSET 8 wine bred for sise , substance and quality . Prolific families ices reasonable . B . Langshans and W . P Books . O . W . BBOWMD . a , Newton , Jasper Co ., la , I | - _ LI __ n- __ EEBD DUKOC-JKBSXTS II For pigs from prize winning ancestry write , F . F . FAHOB , Prop ,, Newton , la . DUKOO JKSSI-TS of high individual merit . Bred sows for sale . Farm ZM mileB southeast of town . J . R . MGCI -UBB , Mar _ h __ LUown , Ia . EOR SALE at reasonable prioes , a few JT Dnroc-Jersev sows bred . Write for prices . 0 . A . THOKAB , Montioello , Iowa . Missouri Herd Duroc-Jersey Swine . A few _____ -BA males ready for service , and a fancy lot of bred gilts Write for descriptions and price list . J . D . SXUVJENSON , New Hampton , Harrison Connty , Missouri . IOWA HEED DUBOC-J-J-BSEYS . SO BRED SOWS . Including onr show herd of 1 ( 97 for sale . Write for particulars . WM . BOBBBTS a SON , Paton , Iowa . Kenttoa WallMe .. _ r _ u __ Mr , miaaam . «__¦ • nmrs-tas alT-sH—sala .

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

OHE & TBR WOITBS , B . R . VALE , Bonaparte lowa . BBBBDBB of Improved mmma ^^^ Chester White swine . Tha ^ ^ P ^^ ^^^ B oldest and leading berd ^ ff ___ k _»____________ ^ j B . in the West . State Fair ^ IUH ^^ H ^ V record unexcelled by any ^» aP-- _____ Hr . breed or breeder . Btock ««_ ar l ~^^ - __ 5 l * for sale at reasonable prices . Write for what ron want . DESHOND , Breeder _^^^ M ^^^^ ¦ Jand shipper of Im- # ^ B > R , t ^*!_^^^ B proved Chester Wbit «_^ Hbi | HM ______ . Swine of the be _ t Btraina . ^^^^^^^ HH ^ Correspondence solioited m __^____ L Inspection invited . All ^¦¦^¦ ^¦¦ breeding stock recorded in the standard Chester White Record . WatenrMe . Iowa . CHEAPO Located on the Dlinoia Central B . B . in SOUTHERN ILLINOIS And also loeatad on the Yaaoo & Mississippi Valley B , B ., in the famous YAZOO VALLEY of Mississippi , specially adapted to the raising of COBNAKDHOGS . SOIL RICHESTWORLD ^ Writs for Pamphlets and Haps . E . P ...

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Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 February 1898

i The Great L s Tecumseh Brood Sow Sale , ! J ? TO BE HELD ON THE FAIR GROUNDS + . . | OSKALOOSA , IOWA , FEBRUARY 24 , 1898 . j ; T 50 BRED SOWS , ( 30 yearlings and SO gilts ) , 2 September boars . More rich prize-winning blood , greater individual excellence , and the direct , , X produce of more great sires than ever before offered iu one sale . < > 4 great prize-winning daughters of L . s Tecumseh bred to King Hadley 32057 < 6 Grand Model . \ \ 1 2 Chief Tecumseh 2 d gilts bred to Klever s Mod el . jmmW ^ + m *** - t The Following are All Bred to Ls Tecumseh . *? Two great youag boara by L . s Tecumseh and out ot the Worlds Cham- <; T plon brood sow , Lady Llghttoot 39 th . .. ? 1 tooe „ . ^ by n HidMtr . r 3 ,. b . teher f 5 S . seven Black by . C Gny 0 f : WUkeaM ™ bB ^ ! i °° Eeurthj twobyKtoTep-sMortel : ^ aM fnn brothe „ to the followillg ^^ p ^^^ . W . B . Tectunseh , 1 st Ohio State Fair 1894 . L . s Chief , 1 st Iowa State Fai...

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

LAKEWOOD SPECIAL OFFERING . 20 selected boars by the great LAKEWOOD OHIEF apaai ( br CMe _ Km ___ . seh 2 nd ) ont of sows sired by old Black U . S . 18349 . No better breeding on earth . Many of theae boars will make herd headers , 125 . 00 each fornezt 80 days . H . _ 0 . MoMILLAN , Rook Rapids , la .

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

POLAND-CHINAS . February , March and lpriffarrow by LOOK OUT . Chief I Baa , Dots V . B . andTEenfs Directum . Hy sows am as good as tha best . A . 0 . CARTER , Weat Beat , lawa .

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Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 18 February 1898

Annual Sale of Short-Horn Cattle To Be Held at tlie Meadow Lawa Farta Five atid One-half Miles North of NEWTON , IOWA , WEDNESDAY , MARCH 9 , 1898 . A Draft of 45 Head consisting nf the most ot our show herd of 1897 , and many tops of our herd . Eight straight Scotch Oowa and Hellers and Four straight Scotch Bnlls , representing the Nonpareil , Victoria and Orange Blossom families . Other families represented are the CONSTANCES , ( one of onr best families ) YOUNG BLASTS , ABABB _____ . S .: W __ I _ D EYES . FEBU . eto The cows are mOBtlyyoan « and havecalveB at side , ware safe lnealf to PBUrOB PBESIDENT SD 116890 and CROWN PBINCE BD OF OAKWOOD 1 . 349 ..., They will be to good breeding condition , and as far as known , there i j not an uncertain breeder among them . The best evidence of their usefulness is the fact that every animal old enough has one or more descendants in the sale . The . Vlc-orlas . Nonpareils and Constances are especially desirable , and we think will meet wi...

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• ""A Point-to be"Guarded . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 February 1898

• A Point-to beGuarded . Up to this time a large proportion of the stock of cattle of the country have been kept on corn stalks , corn fodder , and hay without the use of very much grain , and where they have had enough of these foods have not only maintained their weight , but made some gam . Corn stalks are of little value from this on , and corn fodder of much less , than the early portions of the year A good mWS s __ H JaBm Poland-China Sire Heading Vie Held of J . \ V . Blackfoid < £ Son , Bonaparte , Iowa . a _ H many farmers having kept their stock reasonably well up to this point are liable to allow them to lose in weight between this and grass . This is a very serious mistake and involves heavy losses . First , there is the actual loss in weight , amounting generally to something like a hundred pounds , which at present prices is from ? 3 50 to $ 5 . 00 per head , according to quality . This , however , is not the main loss . When cattle begin to become unthrifty...

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How to Get- ? Rid -of _ Sheer _| Ticks . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 February 1898

How to Get- ? Rid -of _ Sheer _| Ticks . A subscriber asks us if we will oblige him by advising how to get rid of sheep ticks . Certainly . There is but one way and that is to dip the sheep . We would not advise dipping just now , but wait until shearing time . The ticks will then leave the ewes and go to the lambs , then dip both ewes and lambs As to dips , while a tobacco dip will kill ticks , if properly prepared , yet in view of the danger of scab , which has been introduced all over the state by range stock , we would get a dip that will kill ticks and cure scab as well . Our readers can safely buy any dip that is advertised or will be advertised in Wallaces Farmer . We have carefully looked into this matter and dip that finds a place ln Wallaces Farmer can be relied upon to do the business . Look over the advertising columns and put yourself in correspondence with the proprietors .

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Scab in Sheep . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 February 1898

Scab in Sheep . Western farmers who handle Western sheep or those that have been in contact with them or that have been transported in cars that have recently contained Western sheep must make up their minds that they must deal with the scab . Even if they have bought them in markets where they have been passed through dipping vats , they must none the less dip them at home . In dipping thoroughly with a reliable dip according to directions lies the only safety of sheep growers from the greatest of all pests to the live sheep . There should be a dipping tank at the entrance through which the sheep pass into every larm , and those sheep that come from the ranges or are otherwise suspected or known to be scabby should be dipped even if they have been dipped , and if they have not , they should be dipped twice . There is little complaint now , but wait until the warm weather next summer . It will come as certain as the summer comes , and there is but one way to meet it and farmers may ...

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Clover on Oat Stubble . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 February 1898

Clover on Oat Stubble . A Subscriber puts this concrete case in the matter of clover growing : I have 22 acres that were in oats last year and not fall plowed , the land being somewhat worn out , and I want to seed it to clover . How would you advise me to proceed ? I do not like to sow wheat because it has got to be spring plowed and I do not think wheat does well on spring plowing . I do not like to sow it to barley . Had I better plant it to corn this season and then try wheat in the corn stalks , with clover another season and manure it some ? How much clover seed will I have to buy for that many acres ? I would like to seed it this spring . The land is somewhat high , leaning to the north , and has been farmed for fifteen years and not manured . We would sow this field to Early Champion oats , plowing the ground as early as possible , sowing to clover and timothy . Land that has been fifteen years cultivated without manure should have a rotation of clover as quickly as possible...

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