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If a bumper crop should be made it will por
the supply of cotton will probably be a litt I -b:
to have omne early cotton. The crop is goiig to
to side-tdress your crop thoroughly and as often
M ton. told tho writer that. he knew a imn in Flor
ti li:h!o1143 cultivated it W hlen he lays by he i:us
Last year he averaged 834 pouiti1s or lint cotton
zer lie applied made him over -10t pounds of lint
Sidt-direming ils the econoiival anll iitelligol
food in a tall for it mule on Monday lnornin')
You don't. try to eat enough youiself on lon,
ieed it. If a titctor gives yon at bottle of mvlic
1along as you no ea it. Fe tdizer is8 ImevicoIi I
s it needs it. The reasoi cotton sheds is becam
is plant food along as youir iottoni neels it, it wo
<ding and lie will make a good crop. Now youe'O
tLht1 you Ctlif apply it. Ait the way to fertiiz
side-dress as oftell as you (aln. You wont twe tc
You Sce ho(i-w it pays cur Florlie friend to us
when lie p'aitel -tlit then sitle--iressing freqpiiun
too much fertilizer oi lainds that havo baeen ',.ii
tion, as m1ost (of the lainds inl this county are. T
tilizer. Up1 to six years ago France use li mr' I.
tont Ihe size of the stute of Georgiao. It has a
is in forest a tid pasture, and is occupied by d wtel
of the lan is taken ill ill roadIs. Allowitig for
We Want to Show You What
Mr. J. S. Fowler says: "Side dress
ing will pay a profit of 100 pr. ct."
Elias McGee says: "Side dressing
is a paying business. Anly lial Vh(o
-side dresse once vill always do it[
1B. J. Smith: "It will pay 25 pr ct."1
T. J. I Ianmon says: There is noth
ing like it."
J. A. Ilgin: "It will pay 2.5 to 30
Rehen Mceet:. "It, will increase
I )hitcrop onle-fiith."
A. 1I. Deai says: "Sit Idriessinug is
v vry profitable, the pilnt getting the
hfn il netil. ()f all the fert1ilizer m l
tHa,1 it will ',top the(. shevddlingof 11ih.
p: y s bett h an.I it d(oes to f'ertilize
v wlI t I I lIe crop is start.ed.
) J J I? Aist.in says: "it will inicrease
Ole Yield 25 per cent.'
( J. R. Miller says: "I find it very
John B, McDaniel says: "It will in- I
r (1'Ctse the crop one-third."
' ate s iys': "Ttis ven piolif
J. (lyde Green says: "I xpec; (.o
side dresIs 1)th cotton and corn this
J. . I a arris says: "By side (1ress
ing I imake fr'om 40 to 00 hnshiels of
S J . ID. litabb says: "Hle makes miore
on a one-horse crop biy side dressing iI
t han htIis I elmnt, did on a two-horse jI
ero ( w1 Aithotlt sidle dressing."
G. W. G\illiard : Finds it profit~able.
pE. E.n Ornbher says:'' "t will pay 00)
)1 .( M. C~amnpbll -says: "Thei ferti
Slizer used inl side0 dressing pays he(tter~l
thban that used before the cropi is
TI. lH. Cason satys: "He l t' a : great.,
pri:~ hiy side drIessinig. I
r a IF. (opeland says: "'It increas
- (d his yieldl onie-thir'd.
1. 12. Hall says: "HeIt has been~I
r~ieat ly beniefi ttedl by side diressing.
* .Ja. A. Cox says it pays him) well
* ~ 111(1 lit he advises e'very farme in' htry it.
.1 J. ambrell says: "'ile made
var y . ht es a'otiinteil for largely we' thlink b)
time to apply ~it. And whnt is114 app liei ii henit
Of c) our ise if 'iryT w(eter acts in after tha h ii '
takes ra11in teale'ti' he rlilizer to breemlie pilan
you w\~iant to uise. high grmde goo ds, say ' uri 8..1-.
.' it will certainly pay 3 Oul. andlt they are amon~ig thi
We arei making a great deal of 8--. espieciali
* hecauise we know it wvill pay you!.
g t i' will prevenlt your (cottonl from sheddling,
gtheworin next fail.
Pertilizer that is put into tile grouind at an
r'ains andit albsorption1 andE by the tiime the crop be,
J. R. YANDIVER
2 A TON!
. --- 1 (.-r n'o' at t' e fit S fi :he se s ,n tI
irt in t liYr 5 r'i o h fall. 'l'i being tlte
s i i E i f I hl . ,-fit f von I . I w t enrii .y cotI
I-s % n it fri , . 11 4i I frt411 o I 1 f il g et
virw--cou ty, s-1,1 h r'a --ohnai, who' side-dressed
1p1 1411 f rn 18.41 -4 '00 pounlds - fet ilizer to,
to til. er. Ws e 1, v%.,. n11) .1'1l ' heai t oi Ie
bat.i 1) 4 ("1 14 '1 " 14 ;d t I~
c11,11111. You en.. ii'14 r his praft we-f' ll 4h :olto
i way to) f1 rtiliz..r :it 1 I I-fore v' ni n:.' Y
M Ito l, it 4t ' 11 it ilaitl I satt i . :I it-n l it,
IU .t 1"-.- s a tonI e yo , ,i o , tai. t' it aL, l 'it (
li I- tot it o 4 < .1n : l h, w :'IAg ail ply it is
-. it i. L el i plan' foold. If you N Ili epply
fit sO e i I all ;- i farm.-r wia r mt , i- k.o'
tilsos hefnd l it sid.--resling trel. h
is 11 cest it ill 164- VIoundI t.t ,r k-'e t. i e n
" iCh I Lers f.uet the hit, alo, h
It 00 UP ''000 poinb. to Iih- a6cr.1 nly ing s) I. I
Jy an i I tIn . : 'Fi n ! I i t p t hI .
pr--p ael so - a e4'.i-~ -o ~ li
t' hatiir Ill h.e whole -,41 Sjtte l~ t f(~ i,[ .\,m
'ret n ny e.tivs. 1%%ns and vilb." s il it. A
inigs in 11ho towr.s. en tiqs, vilages. anIA inl fit c.e
11 of that, here is probably a great deal has
Som0 Of The Good Farmers
J. . Martin says: "With f avorable
ceasons he finds it will increase his
C. B3. Lewis: "He finids it pays hini
;0 per cnult. .
J. 1' . West: "Finds it pays himi
T. L. Rainey says: "Hle hadl rath
tr have one acre side dressed than
wo acres Iside dressed."l
WS. e, Strickland says: "I pays
o Side dress.
J. '. olt says: " lt payi to side,
T. ('. Stew'art says: "t ill pa I
rit . P25 piI'r cen I t.
,J - . dd-r1' says: lie intle in
>n~shels of, corn1 (m five acres ofl ordi
i 1' r h l' b v side <'-ssin ."
J. A. inse c.y savs: "Hse lf
Leres luh-ide dressed, a ich was not
ialf 'a's good nis th Iel cotton he side
tressed. He says that h e ade 150
unds in cotton to thie acre o the
and tat, was side dressed agatinst
.000 ponlid s iee it, wvsas not sieie
W. T. Clark says: "It paid him 25
per, Cen Vt. Finds it pays to side,
Iress c on nd tc'o 1.11
John' ( .C Crome says: "It' parh s if'ol
. E~i:. 1411'ldlir says "He1i made)I one'.l 8')'i
h'l4'fird mt'or whero he sid dressed
Vidsi t11ha t iha1si ag.it him ' th last111(
sil o years 114 )an t foo (fxp u'cts j toc oe
Saul.\ THryOy: I a
madhi ndh e P Jt(o otiu
1;, 1 it will I oter 'n, a France Ulan i t
. so. it will O on. whole nite iit~'te of
ml I I w,, ay,*. to get it is lly rik in lI log tlow
, and 'o- i, Darliiig. is Cintry. mvy ia
11's vrop eitarly v 4 v ilt, fat $5 ir yis&' at V
the 1cre of his C-oulo.I, tIie 4)v( ple iiit to mait
10 o1uni s of fertili- and then thev tre wino
at e t 1-)e a 1p 1 lid.
118 fet I il Wv .Olalghiem
)141 (1.,11%. Imt v olitgh _.O. 801Id mo1re~t 16 peir ev
long? 1. fi t us I.., it. As a 44) dressr, 1
I-t 4 ii. It. UIolif' ns 31t) lower gradyo u(ods. W
'. *4), ht)i N o Ii lakte it Now oda acts optic
tO feei' tI I V 1 .11o0011 Our 8--4 is m of I.laoi
the14 ferublz'r. which eto le rpo tg
hlis 0') t-il f) rom41 Slit'il. practicall Too p" is t41 I]
I it 11- M t 1 f lro n t sta ii right bet1
k'-h ! VV A 111.s 61 r -r a htev ttur to it
o f . 1thq. I l t. ':4ill )11olt 111anti then vottol1 last
lor-. Yo'u mvoll is.' "41 ti;t year if ls..
0I 4L.IL eof ('1cu liv L .1 300 aeris of 1111
Ivlen t h. to Ill r- o~~. Y l a Lt
I aI M. Now Francee is 1noter Year but, 114)"1119
*'Unl il4l#tI' he Ia 1 It will pro.*l lant ri
V11try. A - re.t deal d ress it, as thaI lwtiIheo
l~Franc Ilha intvao illr
Of This County Who Have B
Foster L. Brown fsays: "That for
ehvery 100 pounds of pvelI balanced
fertilizer to the acre, uste as side
diresser he expects 100 pounds of seed
cottonWincrease per acre. Ien says,
suppoose your land made 1000 pounds
of seedl cotton by using 3100 poun1s of
S 3 -1. By addAing 500 pounds more
you ordinarily get 1500 pounds of
seed cotwtoa as follows:
500 po8u-4s 8-3-3 is n 25
Applying samel per acr'e .0
(Ththo.J'j1- .50011) (m) .50 25
All cost, 9.5
.aig50() p-ounds ex't 1". el
cotton, 1f 17e nounts l ro at
era ctiic paoiy no 1.pt I
Now1PlasI h rli eve [
Sidlel I~ lie l1oiev 1. inivest in fortiljiei'
thle hest inveti ti I ain irugtbct.t
.1o a '1 1) A1dI/Ii j' IM 4 i
P.hl T. . -1 r sif 1;
his [avle Says: -It1 im1.,eases
i-d crore25 pto aent.'t
J. K'. 't-evison sats, it has in s
creastd his c).050 per cent. f
.L. Oseca' IDean says, Coto)s do be-!
tot, teyfrut ~etraothe hear btheirn
fritl).'~tr he sdedresse d a thanuse
whe th(' is Coty h Hv
Foste L). Barin says: h"Tat r
150y0 poundl s of tnoel baacred
weriier to iste ree usedis 1000
dresseri her ixets 100 notudseo rsed
co.on incasell ayre.t Hesays
esuppsi ydor 2and tod 00 pounds
ofsee cotton the n 300coudso
8-3-. P y adingel sa00 itoundsre
you. B ordinrily') sage t 150(Tuds hif
see ti~to a s fol tlows:oeer ono
A pplisng smeperae .5i0(~ilpL
nyash8r4-4 5t0bs he .50s as .50i
dllessr A.P .C'. 84 .Pay
Icttothn o 75punlsn.a
even 'lo St5,i p0e snifrom 7.0
C. ti Boggsx raxrol it wil l .25lth
oteloun (jial 01h)e tr ed if hin
thel bet iveIsmet I'( make.(
JN . Brg'ss says h-e hassid
t-i.tss a 'si de ant ass(r.' e th
P.itl . Ha nesy : 'I in r ss
his cr' 25 per)-II '~ cent.' oo ~r~mr'i
J.t1 Ea.l'(1 Stvenson savsI~, iu hasgl i
L.8ii U(Ig' Osa iDa says ,4 Crop s ol bet-j
4*er', 11hey11ll fr i etead hol (I'8~i)duthir~
f nui het14) ae hen side-d ressedi b the an
Pau D.Mar(n ays he gai't heredh
whi 'erly i~i' si dessg agains t 1001
0Ceed cott rL~on to the re. ad ha b
1E.Isi i. ambrkell says itrn iesedpii
a nilsn hsha Oil Co mal
n'RN-44Lha EY a i
drKsEr.ANPS(.Cos 8-- as
s41 you see :iat, they "nust fertilize very heavi
A m, Henia. Thy musit put it down a great deal h
n t< nitchi fecilizer to pay well. The lands in I
le beeii it, a higa state of Cultivation for hundrec
ear, ' hey have lots if people to feed, so it is nt
firaming pirolilabl. They know that the only wn
a very high grade fertlibzer. The people here a
lr wien 12 per cent neid was LS high as vWas used
lit acid tian any other kind. We sold more higli
lothiig loVer grade thit 8-4-4 should he IIsed.
e think that tlo 8-1-4 goods will pay better tianu
kly and exhausts. That is like a crop getting a gI
gh grade phosphoric acid, high grade blood and t
Ind soaking slaisoil followed by showers, to keep i
i it. This 8-4-4 of our has 1 per cent, potash.
its rust in cfitton al blight and various other di6
than it wtild without it. It also develops the lI
op. You doit get, thii a,.vanl1t-e in I using soda a
year tihan any couity east of the hiississippi rivoi
ide dressing had bieen done. V. A. (Bud) Simpi
i last year. life side dres.i liberally. It cost hit
i his prolit, with cotton at 14c it pound. Now we
itter what the price is. the more you make to the
nig a )etLter price early in the season th in it w
een Using Our Fertilizers As
J. 11. Martin says, it pays him at
least 60 per cent. >
Elias Earle says, he made 24 bales
of cotton on 20 acres of land last year h
by side dressing.
John T. Green says, he can safely e
say that it increased his crop from 20 e
to 33 1.-3 per cent. .
Johnathan McClelland says, it
more than pays and he expects to e
side dress his crop again with Ander
A. C. s.ilf -1 says, it pays him
ovTrwIenIii ly when applied alonflg
aibot H he 1' -st of ,JUim.
1Irs. \M V. Kelley sayvs, it 1tyvs 25a
]wr cent /1 cot tonl on14 *50 per. cenlt onl
S. H- Whitefield saI*ys, it ahonlt
onihiles his yield. He exIects to al- c
ways side dress hercafter ad( to use
Atiderson goods, as it is the best he
a'Its ever nse(d. t
J. 1). (Ca rtee says, it, pay from 25
Lo 40 per ceit.
Lewis D. Blake finds side <iressing
M. T. Flemin.l2 says, he finds he
Ide at leest 14 more by side(1 dress
Rev. W\. JB. H-1. wkins says, it will i
ncrease the yieldl 1 -4 where the prep
i rat ion haus beeni sai lisf'actory.
E. 1B. Griffin csays. it will make 1'-4
mioreO 'ott.oun by side dlre'ssing and~ on l
some land he has dlubtled 'the viela
by side dlressinig.
J. HL. Prnitt says, it pays hand- ~
;omely and he expects to continue it.
Joe W, Clement says, it inicreases
Us yieldl at least one-fourth .
E. C. Rogers saysS it. increases his
yield at least one-fonurth.
J. J. Smithi says, it increased his 01
yield ait least C'oe-tird.
R. I. IElro. finds it pays well. P
W.T K. Mvaddox says it incre'ases.
he yield one-third.
Eugene Mays says, he wonld niota
m'mln withont nsing sid1( dr essing, as5
.1 increases the yield from 3 0 to 50
er cent andii somuetinmes more.
A. H. Allen says he madle a hale of 5(
otton to the acre by using 300) lbs oIf .i
ertilizer as ai sidle diresser.
.11. IM. Tlate says, he won 1d1 not farm di
vithout it. it ays hanoisomely to }h
eed emops while they grow. a]
lit femi linag (he' frling sealson thanit at. anly 01
nedl and1 is gra,.!i.ijl, growIing w,-.iaet, whiht. iiih' i
lIe cennf or (I silo re si m is '111 short, a ind if vr .u uni
Ie you see you mi Iistake(1 it is too1 late to correct it.
dI the (qulickeir yonl l'nn digest it, anid the fi nir youi
Sm ig lust act t11uickly to lbe prolfi table, '
4. Don't .il opard'(izeA at doillari to save a dlime, rathe~i
lit, grow ra phIl hath-as thle grounid qu icelor ar.d~ 1r
hi up your 1land1
f view 5ide--d re-singl is profi table.
ly who nore is us. d theri than in Che
eavier than we io here. So you vont I in
Franc,, are -much ietter thn the lands in
Is of years. A great deal .f ieir land will
:essary for them io make big cropa to feed
y to io this i8 to use a god deal of fertilizer.
re using -higher grade fertilizer every year.
This year the Anderson Phosphato & 0 1
grade fer.tilizer mtis year inmit ever before.
lhat acts more rapidly intld acts better than
itrato of soda as a sidi-dresser.
>od soaking saason, followed by a dry spell.
vinkage. mad fish scrap, so that it has the ef
t growing and healthy. Nitrates of soda has
oases cotton is subject to, It enables cotton
nt. akis a I.etter boll, and aitogetlher is a
ia sideile dr<ser by itself. Anderson county
..A tldersionl cotuitV would 'have made less
m of near Pioenmont made 100 bales of cct
n less than $5.000 to make his 300 bales of
don't know what cotton is going to bring
acre the more profit you have to the acre,
ator. Th - way .o got early cotton is to sido
1 Side-Dresser Think Of It M
J. L. Pettigrew says, it increased
is crop at least one-fourth,
C. 11. Gassaway says, it pays and
e expects to continue it
J. Belton Wlatson says, it increas
d his yield at least one-fourth. He
xpects to side dress this year more
xtensively than ever.
Dr. J. M. Richardson says, it in
reases the yield from 20 to 25 pr. ct.
S. N. Brown says, it increases the
ield from 15 to 25 per cnt.
. 10. Vatkins says, he uses 300
"ounds as a side dresser as s0011 as
ble cotton gets large enough to run
1ound and finds it profitable.
NeIson R. Green says, it will in
[ease the yield of cottoll about 1-3
Ind will ablost, double the yield of
P. 1). Martinl says it pays from 20
25 per cent.
John 'T.' illford says, it, pays as
C. F. Mart in finds it '
H1. H. Russell s- lbs
tih acre and o la..-]'ses 300
is in side desn nsitprof
Wade Driake says, he would not
iiroi without side dressing. It is the M
1ealpest labor he can get andi pays M
le ist 100 per cent.
A. S. Mlorgan says it Pays 100 per
mt. lie ntever e'xpec(ts to work a
'Op withot it.
I n N. Martin says sidie dressing
lk ilo 11bs of lint cotton to the acre.
I.I. T. Me Fall says it pays from 10
.u0 per1 cent dlepenlding onl the time
:application and the seasons.
J. N. Nancee says sidle dressing )
iys handsomely. j
B. F". Gentry says it pays at least M
W. HI. Mart in says, if condlitions -
Tfavorable it will pay 25 per cent.
John' Allen says it will pay fromni
to '75 per' centt to side dress.
WX. E. Stone says, he makes about M
per cent per acre more wher hcle M
die dreCses thain where he (does not.
J. Mlc~ing of Belton says, side
'essing is a hobbly of his and that
.3 has 100nnd it t'x('edingly pr ofit
ler' time. Tlhe ra'.sona cotton shedi s is
lt :at tlm very timue it nmeeds the most plant *
mm~aer ang fr'u i is increasing the strai:* ona
I pj~ort ;.and t.hat ICuts[ thev crop off. Nowr the
wiah a goodufertilizer'. n*ct the best feri ill
ike ai nid-tak.* i seltcliman your fer'tilizer' for
(Get a well iul verised fertliz:er. Tlhe
have youtir fhz er' the qu~micker it become,',
r' use the din nlu u sia v' the' dolla'. Side
a ke more ve'get ale matter to be returned
D. 8. YANDIYER