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The Up-to-Date Horse [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 March 1898

The Up-to-Date Horse Mr . F . J . Berry , of the Union Stock Yards , Chicago , gave a somewhat lengthy address at The National Stock Breeders Association at Denver on The up-to-date horse and the export demand . We have not space to give a synopsis of his address , but find room for the most valuable part ; viz ., the selection of five types of horses which meet the requirements of the purchaser both at home and abroad , as follows : Class No . L—Drivers and coachers . which must be of good color , well bred , Wilkes preferred , from 16 . 3 to _ >_ . hands , with fine heads and necks , plenty of bone and substance , with good knee action , smooth made with plenty of quality , abort neck , smooth hip , round barrel , must be a . good traveler and if some speed the better . This class has advanced veiy much In price , and are worth nearly double the price they sold at two years apo . and range in price from $ 100 to $ 300 . Class No . 2 . —A cab horse , rather blocky made ,...

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Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 March 1898

ta * snona $$ S T A DEPARTMENT STORE advertises : ZA 11 ^ S ^ SSt . Louis Strictly Pure White Lead , r _ HH _ iwcx ^ Aa ^ ^ ^ J . . \ 12 y 2 t r 25 t 50 an ( i zoo-ib . kegs , < 1 ^ suna } a ° guaranteed . Analysis of this mixture shows 3 __ v _ \ . it to be : - ° — Ziric « 26 ° 3 % . > , N-wYorfc „ _ r » _ L n _ . tEmrt ( Barytes , 73-97 % TOJOH / White Lead , none . soxuHBBH ) Zinc j s cheaper & an White Lead , and ^ coLLnai v barytes is sold at about y 2 c . per lb . MI 8 Bom L _ =.- Moral : Buy White Lead from reputable RED SEAL I J f s . _ T ____ i / dealers , and make sure that the brand is right . WHS See list of genuine brands . M 0 B 1 BT u n . v « la _ d r *< rkr < r * ByuslngNatlonall ^ dCo . sPureWhiteLeadTintingCoIors , SAL-IS Salem , Mai * . K < K [ * a * any desired shade is readily obtained . Pamphlet giving valua *_ % . *_ . E _ 4 abfe information and card showing sample , of colors free ; also COBBS...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 March 1898

20 BRED SOWS 20 Sired by L s . Tecumseh , Woodbnm Medium , Lacliner s Hadley , Moorish Maid Model ( by Klevers Model ) , Dictator , Directum ( by Guy Wilkes 2 d ) , Doyle s Tecumseh , Ohio Chief ( by Black Chief , etc . ) , in pig to King Hadley ( by Hadley Jr ., by old Hadley ) . These sows are a choice lot and will be sold to do the buyer good . Come and see or write LEONARD HEISEL , Fremont , Iowa . BRED SOWS AT FARMERS PRICES . We have 40 sows consisting of two-year-olds yearlings and spring sows bred to Happy Union id , dam Marchioness Woodburn by One Price , Guy Darkness by Guys Likeness and Duplex , he by Smeby s Hadley by Hadley by One Price . These are as well bred Poland-Chinas as any in northeastern Iowa . Will weigh from 225 to 300 lbs , are safe in pig to either of these great boars and will be sold at farmers prices . Write or come to us . Stock shipped frou . Postv-lleor Waukon . OBRIEN BBOS .. Waukon , la . 60 BRED SOWS for sale that for length and bone are surprisin...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 March 1898

LOOK ME OVER for sale or trade . Will L » 8 sell him cheap or trade him for a gut bred to farrow in March or April . Also five fall boars at $ 8 to $ 10 , the tops of my fall piss also a few extra gilts for sale . Write to H _ N __ LATJBB , Eldorado , Iowa . LAKEWOOD SPECIAL OFFERING . 20 selected boars by t _ -t __ reat LAKEWOOD OHIEF aeaei ( by Chiet Tecumseh 2 nd ) out of sows sired by old Black U . B . 18345 . No better breeding on earth . Many of these boars will make herd headers . $ 25 . 00 each for next 3 D days . H Q . MoMILLAN , Book Rapid ,, la . Happy Union Herd of Poland-Chinas . Sows sired by the $ 4 , 000 boar HAPPY UNION . OHIEF 4 ( he by by Chief Tecumseh _] , RWALO _ 7 ^\ Chief Tecumsjh Ed ) and LOOK HERE ^ ( he by Look Out ) , for sale . These sows are bred to HAPPY UNION 2 D ( ag * a « tson of Happy Buton ) , CHIEF 4 TH and SELDOM SEEN . three good and top bred boars . Write for de . scription and prices , and I will surprise you , W . A . McAllister . Jefferson ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 March 1898

D _ rBOO-J _ . BS _ . r _ , DTJBOC-JEBSEY Gilts bred to farrow In April and first half of May , for sale . For prices write T . J . B EARD , Alnsworth , la . |\ UBOC-JKBBKY 8 , the business farmer s hog . U Early pigs for sale at reasonable prices . B . B . WATSON , Newton , Iowa . RCROC-JERSEY Swine bred for sire , substance and quality . Prolific families ices reasonable . B . Langshans and W . P Bocks . O . W . BBOWNiNa , Newton , JasperCo ., Ia , HILLSIDE HERD DUROC-JERSEYS . For pigs from prize winning ancestry write , J ? . V . EAILOB , Prop ,, Newton , la . RUSSELL . Fillmore , Andrew Co ., Mo ., AT , . breeder of Duroc-Jersey swine and Buff Cochin fowls . Stock for sale at reasonable prices DUROC JERSEYS of high indlvidaal merit . Bred sows for sale . Farm 2 !_ miles southeast ot town . J . B . MoCLUBB , Marshalltown . Ia . BRIGHTON HERD OF DUROC-JERSEYS . A few choice sows bred , cholera proof Write for prices . H . P . HOFFMAN , Washta , Iowa , Missouri Herd Duroc-Jersey S...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 March 1898

60 SHORT-HORNS FOR SALE . _ ft Cnm _ l _ - — Cows , yearling and two-yeer-OU rBmaiBS old heifers , mostly bred . OH Dulle Six to twenty months old . Crulek01 ) DUIIS ~ shanks , straight Scotch-topped Young Marys , and other choice families . They are good individuals , good pedigrees , good colors and Prices Bight—from $ 75 . 00 to $ _ SO . OO . If You Want a Good Bull . _ ° v ; K either by coming or sending your order . We mean business , and deal on the square . . mall Unrrlo Special attention given to Ollldll nolUOi lots from six to a car load . C . S . BARCLAY , West Liberty , la . Mention WALLACES FABMEB when writing . SHAJPEB , Hampton , Iowa , has for sale 2 CC s Short . -horn bulls , 20 choice young sows bred to Joker 34733 and c . S . Tecumseli 43035 , WALNUT CREEK HE ^ Seo ^ . toOTedBhot * horn cattle . Cruickshank bull Counsellor U 18 S 5 at head of herd . Good young stock for sale . J . H . IRWIN , Belle Maine , la . Short DBegistered stock -horn of both sexes Cattle for...

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Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 March 1898

Great Combination Brood Sow Sale , TO BE HELD AT QUIMBY , IOWA , THURSDAY , MARCH 10 , ( to 1898 The home ot Second Chief Tecumseli , the $ 3 , 600 hog . The hlehest priced son of Old Chief Tecumseh 2 d . The sows are sired bv such noted boars aa Mohawk Tecumseh , ( by Mint s TeoumseW . Georgii Wilkes 2 O 033 , ° sgorfJ ^^ Dan ^ llkes ) , _ A _\ A \ nm _ i K _ n _ r Medium ) L s Chief Elval ( by Ls Chief ) , Eoyal Tecumseh , Trio Chief , Wildwood Model ( by Klever si Model ) , 0 «™ J ™ ™ dhra MOW Jto , Loot Ki-iV Out - - euraen Swnmseh 4 ^ . 32 T . ^ ( this iione of the best sons got by Look Out in 1 S 97 ) , and some bred to Madeline _ E ^„ „ s ^ Chief ? rf 43869 i _^ on . TTen ™ bred h ^ to toSS the ^_ Sr __ f-f n 8 ^ il ? £ ™ b n ^ ou 1 hs wlU be given on aU sum , over $ 15 bearing 8 per cent interest ; 4 Mr cent . dlsnri sums over $ 15 for cash . Parties from a distance please bring bank reference . Catalogues will beready by March 1 . Send for one to J . H . VanBuren , Quimoy ,...

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Page 23 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 March 1898

Needs MACKS LUMP JAW CURE . ^^^^ . _ but ONE APP-JCATION three . -ggHflBhe ^^^ ^___________ H _ K __ j _______ H One bottle cures ^^^^ BKSMmmm \ from to six _^^ H ^^ B ^^^^ H head . It is used by _ P ^ ajHHH |^^^^ H allleadlngdistille- _ A £ \^ 3 __^__^_^ M __* cattle feeders . __ E ^ iA & 4 uU- _________ Perfectly safe to \_* _ tlMmB ______\ use . Price , $ 2 00 . ^ ^ 2 B _________ I Mack Bios , _ Co ,, ^^____ jr *^^^^^ Sole | Proprietors , ^^^ H ____ B SPENCER .: IA . ^

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Page 23 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 March 1898

Compelled to Sell Short-horns Havinglostmybamafadcon- SHC _ H | B tents by fire , I must seU in the ^ ¦¦^^¦ V next 30 days , 20 choice young *_ - _ W ___ Btt _ l __ cows , 10 head of yearling half- _ H _ E ___ JHB ers , and 20 head of extra good Vn * EBW bulls from 6 to 15 months ot age , Quality and breeding ot the best . Come and see them , or write . _ JOHN CRESSWELL . Bonaparte . la 30 Short-horn Bulls ^______ M 0 _ K Banging in age from ten to ¦ BH-BsH ^* thirty months for sale . The / ¦ fSBEM are of Scotch and Scattb lK 9 _ P I v ! S- __ Topped breeding andof the low tfl | ! E ~ i * s aBJ ^ L down , blocky tape that have made the Scotch cattle famous . If you want a bull -ome and see us , or write ALBERT HARRAH , Newto ; /•»»•

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Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 4 March 1898

Annual Sale of Short-Horn Cattle To Be Held at the Meadow Lawn Farm Five and One-half Miles North of NEWTON , IOWA , WEDNESDAY , MARCH 9 , 1898 . A Draft of 45 Read con = Mi > R of the most of our show herd of 1897 , and many tops ot our herd . Eight straight Scotch Cows and Heifers and Four straight Scotch Bulls , representlug the Nonpareil , Vlrtoila nml Orange Blossom families . Other families represented are the CONSTANCES , ( one of onr best families ) YOUNG MARYS , ARABELLAS .. WILD EYES , PERIS , etc The cows are lo . lly yoantr and have calves at side , erare safe In calf to PRINCE PRESIDENT 3 D 116890 and CROWN PRINCE 2 D OF OAKWOOD 184918 . They will be in good breeding condition an 1 as far as known , there is 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 Victorias Nonpareils and Constances are especially desirable , and we think will meet with t...

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A Seed Bed for Spring Wheat . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

A Seed Bed for Spring Wheat . We gave time and space last fall to the discussion of the proper seed bed for winter wheat , and we are morally certain that the men who hare followed our advice have found it profitable . Our advice then was if they put it on stubble ground to plow as early as possible , harrow or cultivate as frequently as possible , so as to secure a compact under furrow and restore cap ( SssBSssssssssssesssssss MA ) The Propcity uf W . A Jimcs Van Meter , Ionu . ] B __ E illary connection with the subsoil , and at the same time have the upper furrow in such fine tilth that the fine dirt would be pressed closely around the seed to insure germination . Those who plowed early and followed our advice were no doubt surprised to see the amount of moisture which portions of the field thus treated held at sowing time compared with other portions that were plowed late and not cultivated as we suggested . While we have not grown spring wheat to any great extent for a number o...

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Blue Grass Seed . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

Blue Grass Seed . We are having frequent letters from farmers asking us to furnish them with blue grass seed of our own growing . This we can not do . We stripped a large quantity last year and thought some of selling it to our readers after having it tested by the Department of Agriculture . We found , however , that about one-third of the bulk of it was straw and chaff , and having no means of separating it , we disliked very much lest they might think we were selling them hay , and hence we sold it in bulk . Next year , if we can arrange satisfactorily with the cleaners , we may sell it direct Meanwhile , we advise any persons who wish first-class blue grass seed to send direct to the seedsmen who advertise it for sale in the Farmer . We believe they are all reliable , and if you ask for fancy cleaned will furnish you with as good an article as the market affords . Do not buy the extra cleaned at any price . It will be one of the pleasures of our life to assist in driving this fr...

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The Money Power in Interna -. tional Politics . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

The Money Power in Interna- . tional Politics . The terriffic cost of modern warfare as compared with warfare even fifty years ago renders it necessary that the nation that goes to war should be able to command large sums of money and stand in with the great bankers who alone are able to furnish large sums of money on the spot A modern battle ship costs from $ 2 , 000 , 000 to $ 6 , 000 ,- 000 , a modern coast defense gun costs hundred of thousands of dollars , and each ball fired costs away up into the hundreds of dollars . Everything in modern warfare is necessarily on the most extensive scale . It follows , therefore , that these great European bankers , which have their branch houses in this country , determine when nations shall go to war and with whom . Their interests require that no nation , however weak , shall be blotted out unless some other nation becomes responsible for the payment of its bonded debt Only by giving careful attention to this fact can the common man and t...

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

Injalleces Fbrn ^ r . lAAAAAAAJ ^ AAAA _ n . rt _ AA <* irin ^~__ r ^ i ^~ _¦* - . _¦»_ . _¦ - ¦ - ¦¦»» - ¦ - > - »» PabUshed Weekly at DBS MOJNBS , IOVA . Mtee Just aereas the street east ot the Barer * House . SUBSCRIPTION PBICB . far year , postpaid . COO _ U mbeeripficos are payable In advance and tbe paver will be discontinued when the time expirS , unless renewed . The date on the tag wUch bean tbe MUM of the subscriber indf eatamaSme to which the subscription has bean paid . HBtRY . TALLAGE . Editor . ft C . TALLAGE , I J . P . . TALLAGE , Cart Manager | . Adv . Manage Hr . -Tafl _« waaforteay- _ B , uptoFe-ro ary » 1895 the editor of the Iowa Home- * dead . Hb withdraw- ! from that papa TO * the ctiltntnatfrm of trouble fcetwca Um and the btarinea manager a . to tit public editorial pottcy , Mr . . faltace wishing to maintain it in __ old position as the bailing western exponent of anti-monopo-ly principles . Falling in this he becans . the edit * , of ...

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The State Board of Agriculture [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

The State Board of Agriculture The time is now right for a radical change in the State Board of Agriculture in the state of Iowa . As we have pointed out repeatedly in the last six months , it is not , as at present constituted , a state board of agriculture in any sense of the word , but mainly a state fair association , spending ten days or two weeks of the year in holding a fair , and the rest of the year in making a report of it Until within the last two or three years , the work of the Society has not been educational in any sense , and the effort to engraft educational features on the annual meeting for the election of officers in these years is a good deal like grafting an apple scion on a white oak . Meanwhile , the agricultural life of Iowa has gone elsewhere—into the Horticultural Society , the Improved Stock Breeder s Association , the Swine Breeders Association , the Dairymen s Association , farmers institutes , and other voluntary associations , leaving the Agricultural...

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A . Desirable Road Law . bill has been offered suosti [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

A . Desirable Road Law . bill has been offered suosti A as a - tute for Senate bill No . 79 , by Lewis , looking toward the introduction of the township system of working the roads . Section 1 provides that the trustees of each township shall at their regular meeting the flrst Monday in April determine the rate of tax , not more than four nor less than one mill on the dollar , for roads which shall constitute a township road fund to be expended under the direction of the board of 11 * 11 fit fif ^ R Section 2 provides for the levy , including a poll tax of ? 2 . 50 , and section 3 directs the trustees at the regular meeting in April to determine the method of expending the funds . They may let any or all of the work by contract , or they may appoint a superintendent to take charge of the work , at their option . Section 4 provides that farmers who desire to work out their road tax may be employed , and section 5 prohibits the incurring of any indebtedness in excess of the levy , whi...

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_ . " " - ' * t Blackleg . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 11 March 1898

_ . - * t Blackleg . We have entered upon the month of March , the month in which blackleg may be expected to appear among calves . It is not so common a disease as yet that we need to vaccinate against it , as is done in some foreign countries . On some farms it never appears ; on others with more or less frequency every year . Almost uniformly it takes the finest and fattest calves , calves that now sell at from $ 25 to $ 30 per head . It can not be cured ; it may be prevented , and to point out the means of prevention is the object of this article . One of the first steps toward prevention is the securing of a steady , regular growth of the calf in bone and muscle without the accumulation of too much fat . We have seldom known a calf on which a steady growth of flesh was maintained from birth up to have blackleg . We have known It frequently to occur when calves were allowed to become thin and poor and then put on very rich feed , whether of grain or grass , and encouraged to eat...

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