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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 March 1898
Our readers are invited to contribute their ex * penencea to this department . Questions concerning dairy m . nagement will be cheerfully answered . Feeding Value of Skim-Milk . We reproduce the follow ! 1 ,, from a paper read by Mr . G . W . Renner , of Grand Junction , Iowa , before the Greene county institute : Not long since , the prevailing system of raising calves in Iowa consisted in allowing the calf to follow the dam and take all of the milk and thereby injuring the value of the cow as a milker for dairy purposes . With the advent of the separator came new methods . Now the former system is the exception , even on farm , where beef production is the main object . Whole milk is too expensive and the better utilization of butter fat for dairy purposes necessitates the use of separator or skim-milk for feeding . • Skim-milk as a food for calves and especially separator skim-milk , is underestimated very much by dairymen in general , however , the feeding value of the same depe...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 March 1898
LAKEWOOD JERSEYS . a 24 First Premiums at Iowa and Min nesota State Fairs , 1891 including Sweepstakes on both old and young herds at both fain . I hoice bull calves from my prize winners for sale cheap . H . O . MCMILLAN . Rook Rapids , la . Lisbon Valley Herd Holstein Cattle Mechthildes Sir Henry of Haplewood heads herd . 1 _ young bolls of bis get , age from one to 13 moa . for sale . C . H . KBUEGBB , Lisbon . la . Hillside Herd of Red Polled Cattle . WM . JAMBS , Ws online , JonesiOo .. bnl Choice young Btujs for tale by » World . fill winner and from my bait matured aowi .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 March 1898
¦¦ _ % ¦« ORE AM SEPARATORS . rflD CREAMERIES . r hi iln IK How TREATISE to Make It ! . GoodButter and I Wl I AM Dairying Utensils , write , - _ M _ . s _ i . Aiai- CBVBTAL OBT . CO .. TOE Street . Lansing . Mich , RED POLLED BULLS . A few young bulls ready for service , good , strong , growthy fellows , possessing individual merit and breeding of the best . For the next thirty days I offer these at a bargain as I need more room for the youngstockcomingonTime . given if desired . W . H . BROMBLL , Clarence , la .
Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 March 1898
[ ONE HUNDRED MILLIONS ! J l J OF DOLLARS A YEAR \ *___ ________ T . B _ DE LAVAL CREAM SEPARATORS _ 5 ( U 19 _________ I have revolutionized the Creamery and Dairy M i _ ¦ ____ r ! M ______ i fifteen methodsof years ago theworldslncetheirintroduction . They have increased the pro- yj , __\ w ____ m ^__* W ^^ _ f WM tg ~ ductneness of the Dairy industry fully One w yj , _________ Hundred Millions of Dollars a year every in that time , VA £ _(_ £ __¦____ and practically Theyhave earned been that much a year for their A W , ^^_ WWW \ W dairying users . . the keystone country of modern W . rA jf ^^^ B ^ They are now used in of _ s M m _\\\\\\\\_____\\__ the Globe , and the total number in use is 125 , 000 , m y , f t Ba ______ l or more than ten times that of oil the one hundred ?_ 4 __\ I _ r 3 _ W _ W __ W or more various kinds of imitating machines ever A W Is ******* made in the different ports of the earth combined . W y _ A TL U ________ As the De Laval machines were first , so l...
FIELD NOTE * . of the Chief [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 March 1898
FIELD NOTE * . of the Chief Notice the advertisement Tecumseh 2 d sale . Notice the advertisement at the top of the last column on pace 21 of this issue . Iwan Bros .. Streator , 111 ., advertise in our columns prize post hole and well diggers . The B . A . Lockwood Grain Co .. Des Moines . Iowa , advertises White Champion seed oats on page 8 . Note Disk Sharpener , etc ., advertisement of Wenzleman Manufacturing Co ., Streator . 111 . Agents interested . Notice the low prices at which R . G . Lyans , Center Junction . Iowa , is selling farm seeds . His advertisement is on page 16 . The announcement of the Angus sale , to be held by Chas . Escher &amp; Son . Botna . Iowa , will appear in our next issue . Watch for it . John Cresswell , Bonaparte . Iowa , has some extra good Short-horns for sale . For particulars consult the advertisement on page 23 . Myers &amp; Co ., LeRoy , IU .. advertise on pace 5 of this issue a very cheap Disk Sharpener . . Look up the advertis...
DATU CLAIMED FOR LIVESTOCK BftUEff . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 March 1898
DATU CLAIMED FOR LIVESTOCK BftUEff . POLAND-OTINAB-lttrcfe 18 , W . A _ loom . Van Meter , Iowa . Sept . t * _ OBrien Bros .. Waukon . Iowa . 85 __ C A . IL Caldwell * Bon , New Holland , Oat , IT . EL IL Hstiver . Fairfield , Iowa . JM . IL IML J . H . Bharp , Taylonrlll * . DL Jaa . % UN . A . M . OaldweU * Boo . Bprlnf- ___\ HL ¦ HOmT-HORNl-Xarob » . J . R . Crawford A Son * Newton , IaSSiSi U . R . M . Owen * , WlW __ m _* urg _ Isw * . _ Ux __ n . F . A . Bdwarto , Webster City . Km . M ___ h U . _ u Brod-d-7 . FlToar , Iowa , AvU C A . Coolsy * Boos , QscsgU . . lgw * . ** * a a ^ s &amp; jssssr * I 0 Wfc Kara * II . ( taii-1 * Slmpeon —d It * . A . _ - _¦» TUTT- City . He . JLgtU U . T . T . B . SoU-un , cnileothe . He . A » rll U . Scott * _ - _ . Beltea , Mo . ABSRDBBN AKOUB G-. TTI _ - Kercb M . Cbaa . Baa-Mr * Boa , Botna , Iowa . -tank M . Berry Hae _ . Ofiw *^ . Iowa . lUni . M . M . A . HarttaTwallJ _\ *»*_• _* rli T . W . _ . Karaaa-aq , Clarlnia . Iowa . BHOR...
Recent Public Sales . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 March 1898
Recent Public Sales . HECTOR COWANS SHORT-HORN SALE . The Short-horn sale held by Hr . Hector Cowan , at Faulllna . Iowa , took place as advertised in Wallacea Farmer , and . on the whole , waa very satisfactory . Twenty head sold for $ _ ,- __ , an average of $ 92 per head . Detailed report appears below : Willow Princess 4 th ( 3 years , 7 months ) . J . M . Brown . Ireton , Iowa , 9125 ; Isabel ( 5 years , 4 months ) . H . P . Scott , Calumet . $ 122 ; Orange Caroline ( 3 years . 11 months ) . G . E . Ward . Hawarden . Iowa . $ 120 ; Lady Phyllis 6 th ( 1 year . S months ) . H . E . Benson . Sanborn . Iowa . $ 110 ; Maggie Phyllis ( 9 months ) . G . W . Jones , Spencer . Iowa , $ 56 ; Ianthe Belle 2 d ( 13 months ) . G . W . Jones . Spencer . Iowa , $ 62 ; Gertie 3 d ( 14 months ) , W . E . Halght , Aurella , Iowa . $ 50 : Cassandra 2 d ( 10 months ) . John Johnston . Humboldt , Iowa , $ 56 ; Beulah 6 th ( 10 years ) . Ben Olson . Primghar . Iowa . $ 70 : Beulah _ th ( 6 months )...
Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 March 1898
iwriua _ -biu-ia--j __ ^ _^ i ________ l ____ S ___^ ngTl __^ or Sh _ nps . m W ^^ S ^^^^^^ S Iw SEfe . JLI f at * ffi « to *™ * 5 ^*** ° ™ 3 Z ^^ ^&amp;^_ S ¥ . l ___ ___ U &gt;_ iM - ^ ___ __ ^__ __ _^ ^ S __ ^ WtsE ^ _ JLI SEfe _ l ^^ 5 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^^^^^ KP ^_____ ^ I I IIWI RED LsUIVIPCri Delivered Your Station Freight Paid . Y ° a ° * n bay Lumber as cheap M your Betail Dealer , and save Al _ n _ s U / DAI EC All . DDI _ r . SC TTMUiXjAlJ rWlti CO . b is profit for yourself . We dont belong to any combine . Send us your bills UNION LUMBER CO ., Winona , Minn at , -r £ * 9 ^ r ^ ^ P . ^ ^ T S . S The Iowa Live Stock Commission Company HANDLES CATTLE , HOGS AND SHEEP ON COMMISSION Sand as yonr name and addreas if feeding such , and we will keep you supplied with a reliable market retort fre * . W » employ the moat competent salesmen , havethe very best faeiliUesfor taking eare of stock consigned us , and want yonr permanent As trade to . If yon want to borrow we ir #...
Care of Horses' Feet . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 March 1898
Care of Horses Feet . To W-T . T . xmi * Monat Generally speaking , the average farmer gives but little attention to the horses feet at this time of the year . The horses that work should be shod , though at times , when the snow is deep and the path not very well beaten , the bare-foot horse gets along nicely . Last week I was shelling corn for a neighbor . Teams were employed to draw the corn to town . The roads were very slippery . Some of the teams were shod and some were not . The shod teams drew a little more than fifty bushels to the load , and were not worried . The unshod teams drew from thirty-eight to forty bushels to the load and were sweaty all day . See the difference ? Usually the smith is most sought that will make shoes stay on the longest , and in two or three months the horse looks and acts as though it were walking on stilts . The toe of a horse s foot grows the fastest , and is the thickest , and , therefore . less liable to break . Left to themselves , the toes...
A New Disc Sharpener . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 March 1898
A New Disc Sharpener . Hie Disc sharpener illustrated herewith differs , as will be seen , from most of those heretofore placed upon the msrket . It is known as the Moline Back Geared Disc Sharpener , and is made by the Moline Pattern Works , Moline , 111 , Concerning this tool the manufacturers write as follows : This is a simple tool which may be bolted to any kind of bench or plank , and is easily aet up and operated by any farmer or blacksmith . The position of the machine makes it the most convenient to put on the disc , and with onr perfect seif-centering device and convenient position of the levers , together with the moderate price , at once recommends it to anyone who uses implements with discs . We use no special bolts on this machine for they can be replaced by any hardware store . Any farmer knows that a disc must be kept sharp in order to do good work . If the disc is bent or warped it may be straightened by putting it on this machine . The Moline Disc Sharpener is stro...
What Kind of Foods . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 March 1898
What Kind of Foods . 1 * 0 WALLACES S-AMCBB : I would like to ask some of the readers of the Wallace Farmer who have had some experience in raising beets as a feed crop , which kind do you consider the best to grow the Mangel Wurtzel or the sugar beet , and about what the yield per acre is . How much seed it requires per acre ; how thick should they be planted . How much can one man tend ? Would you recommend them as hog feed ? Is it best to feed them raw or boil them ? I should also like to hear from some one who has had experience with feed cookers , which they would recommend —the cooker or the steamer ? I understand the cookers require constant stirring in order to keep them from burning , which is not so with the steamer . Do you think them profitable where parties are raising a great many hogs ? Do you consider cooked feed any healthjer than raw feed ? P . B . LINN . Lenexa , Kas .
A WOMAN'S DEED . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 March 1898
A WOMANS DEED . A Benefactress Who is Doing Incalculable Good . Devotes Much of Her Time to the Benefits of Children . How She Helps Them . From the Evening News , Betrott , Mich . Mrs . John Tansey , of 180 Baker Street , Detroll . Mich , is one of those women who always know just what to do in all trouble and sickness . One that is a mother to those in distress . To a a reporter she said : I am the mother of ten children and have raised eight of them . Several years ago we had a serious time with my daughter , which began when she was abont sixteen years old . She did net have any serious illness bnt seemed to gradually waste away . Having never had any consumption in our families , as we come of good old Irish and Scotch descent , we did not think it was that disease . Neither did she have a hacking cough , yet she grew thinner and paler eaehday . Onr doctor called the disease by an odd name , which , as I afterward learned , meant lack of blood . It is impossible to describe the...
Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 March 1898
A -NEW TREATISE ON MANURE which tells all about the best and most economical wayaof making , handllng-md applying farmyard The tCeitip . m . mm Manure spreader It spreadsall kinds of cheaper and better maauro than can be done by hand . Ham Stood the teat IBymarmThe . machine is greatly IMBMW -I tor 18 B 8 . we send the book f BEE on application . KEMP &amp; BURPEE MFB . CO . Bex 2 e VMM r m . _ tl ____ , - _^_ , _ __ __ B- &gt; , __ - _____ Ifipg-- - ^ fL ~ ~~ aJ ° ^ 7 lK *_ W _ -HliJ ~! r irlfTliir ______^____ ll ^_______ t ^^_ WM ^!&amp;__ Z ___ t ___^_ ir B _______ W _ W ____ t $ E ^ 3 _ s 9 __)_ Wf ~ , i ^ mRS ^_« S ______ wB __ S _\ Jti : s !* Pffi _ PnW * wWif ^ r 7 Til ^ i &amp;__ U _________ W _____&amp;____ W _ W _ yB _ . Wm m _ ___ WBM __ . ^ - __ _ W __ : ___ \ W ^^^__^_ Wm m - \ W ^^^^ ___ __ _____ satisfactory . I make this very liberal proAOIYIt Position because of the great faith I nave FS r PULVERIZING HARROW , Clod Crusher and...
The Hog . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 March 1898
The Hog . Contributions on subjects connected wit ]) . wine management are cordially invited . Feed Carefully . Upon the care the brood sow receives during the month or six weeks Just preceding farrowing time depends largely not only her own health and thrift hut the health of the litter . The sows that farrow in May or June while running in the pasture need very little attention . They are then under natural conditions and nature will keep things well in hand . Those that are bred for early litters are kept under artificial conditions and must have especial care if they do well . The food of the brood sow during pregnancy should be of a character calculated to produce muscle and bone . A fattening ration means weak pigs . We do not believe harm often results from getting the brood sow in good condition before farrowing . She needs to be in good condition when the pigs are born if she does justice to them during the flrst two months of their lives . There is danger in permitting old...
Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 March 1898
Horse Owners ! Use _^^ k GOKBATTX / TSC tes Balsam U ^ f * Ca ustic HT ™ Balsam aid * fmmf ^^** a W _ -fe Sptt-j fo . ltl ? . Cm * The Saftest . Beet BLISTERreverused . Takes the place of all liniments for nflla or severe action . Removes aU Bunches or Blemishes from Horse . OR FIRINQ . ImpossWe to produce tear or blemish . Every bottle sold Is warranted to give satisfaction Price 91 . 50 per bottle . Sold by druggists , or sent by express , charges paid , with full directions for Its use . Bend for descriptive circulars . I ^ BIj AWBENCB ^ nilAM ^^^ levelanO ^ , 2806 lbs _^ weight of tiro of the iHreitV WSt Famous O I C Hogs . ESH-JS to WoSall the ___ t applfcantln aSJ . tS- each . fti locality Tlmo . __* mtffl \ , \__ Description free . We ship to aU States ffl . I __ mti __ . andfondgncountrlQB . W mgUmSUl L . B . SILVEROO . § L _ W ^ STOsummlt St ., Cleveland , 0 . jjjpF ax a BERKSH 1 RES . isi __ 1 C . L . FUNCK , Fairfield , la . Breeder of large English . ___________________¦...
Page 21 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 March 1898
WE SELL BESl HVKNESS , Steel Tanks Sickle GriDderajPump-- ripe . Com SyhttiM *~ , lil- Ditchers , BlcjUes . Kazor-, Mjlkbepii itorb , Ivntial ^ and Stove Repairs to fit any ato \ omide , ul-o best LAM ) la XT . _ j ffi acne . Toln our colonj and set rich . Best Land and Climate for Grain , block , Health or Investment . Get particulars of Land and excursions . jfgzpm STOCK FOUNTAIN nL J ^ ryrfTj Onlj one or operated without JTV ** S . vfl njil ^ Ioilt ^ -o-o Pre- ^ ure ^ 4 *^ L 6 DISC SHARPENER ? u = _ d vSM &amp; 4 infleldwlthontvratororl ikinfrDibC ^^^ iS ^ T \ apart Endorsed b \ G . OOO farmers . TgjgrlU— - T I Durable , simple , che ip ** 2 OO « nB _&lt;&gt; fcj Cataloiruo Free , including mnny other Novelties . Affcuis i % itiited . Big profits . ( when ordering ) cent j ) , iddro-s of 2 _ good fanners on ^ epamto she . t ipor and deduct J _ c from bill . Wilson iron Whs .. 171 E . Randolph St ., Chicago . GALVANIZED STEEL TANKS Built in ail shapes and s...