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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 February 1898
tMmi * 0 a t £ 8 ! Sh ¦ t -T ^ HE statement made by many repu- • J ** T _* MAM [_* - I DATO-OHAMMIS *•* I table practical painters , that two coats ^^^ piitrtorrb . of paint made with the old r • fTftifttniifctfi zo _ m- J Dutch process White Lead is equal to three AILAHtlO V r ^ t * Awxt I coats made with White Lead made by quick BXOOXLYB ( SewT &lt; jiwm /** process , is fully warranted . As the cost of JJJj ^ ) applying paint is about three ******!___ ,. times the cost of the materials , it follows that ¦——raw J co __ m \ White Lead made by the old Dutch pretax * - ! . Y - 1 ™* cess is by far the cheapest . It is also the SO * -TH _ JI / best . joaHi . irw - aaaosco PUtadalpWa ., Mttrl p By n-dng NationalI _ wiCo . s Pil—WliheLtsdTillliiirColors , ^ «&gt; ^ •• ^ ¦•« a—Usui . J * jf j *} J *} « ny desired shade-is readily obtained . Pamphlet ( hring » aluSaiaf Saloib , Jm * . able information and card showing samples of colors free ; also 0 a _*_* - &gt; Bu...
Notes from Jasper County . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 February 1898
Notes from Jasper County . XO W . T . T . a—aV * r _ I - I was talking yesterday with a man who lives up town and keeps one cow . He said he sold the last calf from his cow when only a few days old for 40 bushels of corn . This well illustrates the high price of calves as well aa the low price ot corn , but what a contrast to the condition three years ago . Then if a man got six bushels of corn for a calf he was doing well . Many sold even for four or five bushels of corn . It occurs to your Uncle Fuller that it would be better for us farmers if prices did not take such extreme variations . • * » I keep books not only with the merchants I deal with , but I also keep track of all the transactions of my business and keep account with the farm , so that at the end of the year , when an invoice is taken I can tell just how we stand , and just how much we have made or lost during the year . This idea , of course , is not original with me . It is practiced by a good many good farmers and ...
Give Away Papers . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 February 1898
Give Away Papers . Co W . HJLCIS- V ___&gt; I desire to call your attention and that of the public to another phase of the free sample copy publications referred to in your article on the Loud bill , which refers largely to worthless publications and which have the protection of law , enacted wholly in the interests of publishers , presumably those who wish to force their commodities on the reading public . The practice of sending periodicals beyond the time of subscription practically enables the publishers to largely increase the circulation of their advertising sheets . These questionable business methods should not be encouraged by law , nor should the reading public be put to the trouble and expense of returning to such publishers the papers and other periodicals thus sent under pain and penalty of being annoyed by some newspaper collection agency at the expiration of one or two years . As a rule meritorious publications recognize and respect the moral right of those wi...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 February 1898
BBWAEB OF OnriMENTT FOE CATABBH THAT CONTAIN WBEC TJET , aa mercury will -rarely destroy the sense ol smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it throngh the mnoous surfaces Bach artieles sh- * nld never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians , aa the damage tbey will do is ten fold to the good yoa can possibly derive from them . Hall s Catarrh Core , mannfacnred by F . J . Cheney &amp; Co , Toledo , O ., contains no mercury , and Is taken internal ! --, acting directly upon tbe blood and mucous surfaces of the system . In buying Hall s Catarrh Cure be sur . yon get the genuine . It is takes internally , and made in Toledo , Ohio , by F . J . Cheney A Co . Testimonials free . Bold by Druggists , price 75 o * per bottle . Hall s Family PUIS are the beat .
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 February 1898
AN AUGER BIT BARGAIN . ^ ^ t ^ T , best steel , highly finished and tempered , folly warranted , ln handsomely polished hardwood box . bit clasp to hold each bit in place , one each M , 6-16 . % . X , % , af . Jj * , I Inch . Per Box of 8 Bits , SI . 48 . Everything known in Tools , Hardware . Guns . Sporting Goods , Tinware . Stoves , quoted at Wholesale Prices to consumers In otu Mammoth Catalogue Sent free on receipt of 10 cents to help pay postage . If yon are going to Paint , send for our Painter s Catalogue ; Its free . H . R . EAGLE &amp; . CO ., . 68 and 7 Q Wabash Avenue , CHICACO , IUL . WE PA Y FREIGHT ™ YOURSTATIOH - We have adopted the principle of selling direct to thefarmer . paylng the freight , _ e ** el * y _ vl * gnima tho middle man s profit . ¦ _ the * ADVANCE FENCE ise is « ldats _ ticethatmakesltc ^ pertban saM _ ii ? s ^^™ i ^ ia » Sffi £ y _ f 5 ^^ W . ^^^ nnfl ^^^ i ^ M : Admio . F-no- Co ., - ! ([ TTlT ™ rT ^ I ™ T ^ T ™ T M \ __ » _ . 1 _ . _ . — ...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 February 1898
• UU 0 AN H _ D 6 PEnDa . HU . m-., Yea , we re in favor of that . We ought to be , Every line of wire in onr fence ia independent of every other . Yet when yonr bnll tries eonelusions with it he fights the whole fence . The Chain-Stay does it . Ste That Link ? CHAIR STAY FENCE CO ., 25 ffl _ crSt . Sterling , IB . Z ^ Anybody can # 5 &amp; * Z It build tho CYVI * OX * J FtSXCE \) S 5 C S V—it aeocaxy . No-romplicatedlatch- # SB -g M Jetsorotlici tomfoolery JuRtgotour ^ A £ i -S ^ jAII-Steel Stretcher , « hatn-Aj * ff 1 titer emd ftfapfefl . anagotowork . ^ t \ s 4 jMToucanbuild 100 rodsadayeaalljv |^ _ YOafO ^ M * AmoS Oomlf 9 Hoily , Mich . \) m-a . 1—m ... at | &lt; jn in « i , a ¦¦¦*¦ ¦¦¦•¦¦ § aC I • I 4 _ Zp H . ¦ _ •*» I __ ¦ s , | — ¦— ¦ __ — • % , si — — I . pm — nn - ¦¦¦¦¦ i Ai [ -... * , I # 0 I _ , -I—I — - — -, - — . S— ¦!¦¦¦¦ I—¦*•« I ¦¦ II afc . I a I . •*&gt; I FIELD AND HOG FEMOE . jtith or without lowercable barbed . AUhorixpntaJ Una irecable...
A GOOD CHEAP FIRM WAGON . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 February 1898
A GOOD CHEAP FIRM WAGON . In order to introduce their low metal wheels with wide tires , tho Empire Mfg . Co ., Qnincy , 111 , have placed upon the market a farmers handy wagon , sold at the low price of $ 19 95 . The wagon is only 25 inches high , fitted with 24and 30-inch wheels , with 1-inch tires . This wagon is made ol best material throughout , and fnl L xuaranteen for one year . Catalogue giving full description will b » mailed upon application to the mannfactnrers , who also furnish metal wheels at low prices , made any size and width of tire to fit any axle .
Saved From Death . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 February 1898
Saved From Death . Life Was Ebbing Away While in the Mountains . A WOMAN WAS RESCUED WHEN IN A PERILOUS PLIOHT . THE NOVEL METHOD USED TO SAVE HER . From the Press , Otlumwa , Iowa . Hiss Lola Noble , of 418 East Maine Street , Ottu cwt , Iowa , daughter of Mr . E . H . Nobis , the shirt manufacturer , has accomplished a work which will not only benefit her , bnt undoubtedly be of service to many others . It was a praiseworthy undertaking ; one which she may feel proud of and amply repaid for her indefatigable efforts . A reporter of the Press hearing of her successful achievement sought an interview with her . Hiss Noble seemed cheerful , hopeful and in the best of health . Appearently she had not suffered any ill effects from her efforts which were reported to have done mnch good , About two years ago she accompanied her parents to the west , and res ! ed among the mountains for several months . This waa done in the hopes that h » r health might be improved , as she was suffering ...
Easy to Get Subscribers . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 February 1898
Easy to Get Subscribers . A correspondent who sends us a large number of subscriptions writes : It is not difficult to raise a club for Wallaces Farmer . All that is necessary is to-take some interest in the matter . I often think that a single number is fully worth the price of a year s subscription . I have noticed here for the last two years that the subscribers to Wallaces Parmer who are noted for intellgence and being good farmers are its best friends . In soliciting subsciptions I tell them that it makes no difference as to whether they have the money with them or not , that I will advance the money , and they can pay me whenever convenient , and if they do not like the paper they need not pay me . I have done this for the last two years and every man has paid me . We need not say that Wallaces Farmer appreciates friends of this kind .
Anti-Pooling Resolutions . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 February 1898
Anti-Pooling Resolutions . From all parts of the state come reuorts of anti-pooling resolutions . At nearly every institute which we have attended these resolutions are offered spontaneously and adopted without a dissenting vote . The only meeting at which we have heard of any opposition to resolutions of this kind was the meeting of the Poland-China Record Asociation at Cedar Rapids where only four men had the courage to vote against them . The following , adopted at Atlantic , Is a fair sample of this class of resolutions : Whereas : It Is manifest that there has been a united and determined effort made by railroad corporations for the repeal of the antlpoollnff clause of the inter-state commerce law . and if successful In these efforts . It would be a detriment to the prosperity of the farmers , esnt-Ually to the Western farmers , therefore oe it Resolved , That the Farmers Institute , in council assembled at Atlantic , Iowa . February 2 . 3 and 4 , 1 S 98 , respectfully urge the...
The Colt—No . 2 . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 February 1898
The Colt—No . 2 . To W—jiAoxs -fauna * Some time ltf March if the roads are good for cutter or buggy and the colt is getting near a year old , I consider it time for it to go In harness a little , and if they live with me they have It to do . With what handling they have had it is no trouble to harness them . They are not old enough to be suspicious of you , nor will they try to run away , and they very soon take to your ways if you are quiet with them and treat them kindly . When I first commence with colts I harness them and hitch them with some quiet , easy-go-ing horse and drive them around a few moments ; then hitch them to the buggy or the cutter , which ever will fit the roads best , and drive off a couple of miles and back . At first never drive faster than a walk . A colt will learn more usefulness in walking an hour or two than it will in a week to run him awhile when first hitched up just simply to take the tuck out of him . A colt that is scared will invariably try to ge...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 February 1898
Choice Se _ d Wheat Velvet Chaff Blue Stem , A big yielder . a sure cropper , and is thnr onghly acclimated . Dont risk untried kinds , but buy the Velvet Chaff and get a sure thing . Bu ., $ 1 . S 0 ; 10 bu ., $ 125 per bushel . baas included . Send and get our 1898 catalogue of Field , Garden and Flower Seeds . It s free , Mention WALLACESFABMBE when writing . EIC ; , Q Livingston s Seed Store , * %% *
Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 February 1898
K I -- MM mviPEn RPR Delivered at Your Station Freight Paid . £ AT WHOLESALE PRICES . J ^ Z ^ Z ^ Z his profit for yourself . We dont belong to any combine . Send us your bills . UNION LUMBER CO ., Winona , Minn , &lt; f # P J \ t ^ r S . Z Valuable Draft Horses at Public Sale ____ = BON WEDNESDAY . MARCH 2 . AT ALEXIS . lLL . - _____ I will sell at Pablio Sale at my home farm , near Alexis , 11 L , SO head of Clydesdale Stallions and mares , of pure breeding and great individual merit Sale without reservation . To persons who know me , and those who have attended my sales heretofore , no assurance need be given of absolute fairness . Pedigree , lists and terms furnished on application , ROBT . H 0 LL 0 WAY - ** - Alexis , 111 . FROM 50 TO 100 STALLIONS TO RENT . a *_ Jlk . Percherons , Belgians , Shlres . Clydes , jfluRgP ^ ^ German , French , Yorkshire , wQ _* # * jf $ Mmm $ . Coach ami Arab . ^ Wr ¦ fS ar ^ fc Our draft hones ( JeDt aje on short legs , weigh 1600 to _ £ ....
Mistakes In Feeding Lambs . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 February 1898
Mistakes In Feeding Lambs . Some of our readers have not met with the success which they had expected in feeding lambs this year . The business of feeding lambs successfully is one that must be learned largely by experience , and it is not to be expected that evory man , however well informed , will secure the best results on the first trial . It is not an easy thing to get lambs on full feed without deranging the digestion of some and perhaps all of them . We find that experienced feeders , particularly in dealing with range lambs , put them first on clover and rape , if these can be had , and thus have them in the shape in which the feeder has native lambs that have been well kept . Some times they can be turned into the corn fields with good success , but if the corn is down or the ears blown off , there is a very great likliliood of getting more or less of the lambs off feed . It is safer to begin feeding with oats , using a small amount at first , with grass , and Increasing th...
Management of Sheep . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 February 1898
Management of Sheep . Mr . Riehard Gibson , of Hamilton , Ontario , is first-class authority on the management of sheep under different circumstances and conditions , and especially under the conditions similar to Canada which prevail in the Western states . He discussed this subject fully in a paper at the Denver Convention , from which we quote the following extract : • Tlie world progresses and the sheep breeders in all parts are awake to the necessity of improving their flocks . I have just read the English official returns , and I wish -to direct your attention to what the breeders in the Argentine Republic , especially , are doing , as tliey are your strongest competitors in Hie European markets . No ram is too good or expensive that England can produce ; hundreds of the best leave British shores yearly ard the price paid by them seems to us fabulous . arises The question now , are we as confident of our future market as the citizens of the Argentine ? Are we content using gra...
How to Cure Scab . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 February 1898
How to Cure Scab . Dr . M . E . Knowles , state veterinarian of Montana , gives some valuable Information in the annual report of Montana s board of sheep commissioners . He says that , whether scab Is prevalent or not , the knowledge of the discas ,.- and its treatment should be as wide as possible , so that when It appears It will be promptly recotrnlzed and stamped out . * As to the successful treatment of scab , we quote as follows : The successful treatment || of sea depends upon the remedy used and the thoroughness with which it Is applied . It is , 1 believe , a conceded fact that the hest method of applying any dip is to always , whether in winter or , summer , hove the same as uniformly hot aa the sheep can bear It . In my opinion the reliable tobacco dips are the safest and most economical of all . I do not mean herein to recommend any special dip , and can only say that tlie tobacco dips which come from a reliable nnd trustworthy firm are the ones that should be used In p...
The Kitselman Up-to-Date . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 25 February 1898
The Kitselman Up-to-Date . The fence hero shown Is made of a high grade of Galvanized Colled Spring Wire with the Duplex Automatic Ball Bearing Woven Wire Fence Machine , which Is made entirely of iron and steel , and is so simple and easily operated that anyone who knows how to turn a grindstone can take it right into the Held or any place and m tke M to yt 11-. W a day of the best fence on ealth . hor-se-hlgh , bull-strong , pig chicken or rabbit-tight at a cost for the wire of only 12 to 20 cents a rod . It can be made in a variety of styles or designs , using either coiled spring , plain or barb wire for the top and bottom margin wires , and by using pickets , weaving them right into the fabric , ornamental designs can be made suitable not only fin- farm residence ; , but also cltv and suburban residences . Messrs . Kitselman Bros ., Rldgevllle . Indiana , whose advertisement appears elsewhere In this paper , claim the Duplex Automatic Ball Bearing Machine Is the result of their...