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We Want to Show You What
Mr. J.kS. IPowler "iays: "Side (dress
.ing- will hmy a profit H1n 100 pri: ct,
1i loa MhGee says: Side dissiigI
i a paink uirn -,.: Any-an w.ho.
.e: 5id d t'C ' Ofi inetAll tlwntays dare T
I B. J. Smith 'i r., I.. rl paY 2s t',.r
. .. J Iawle Hsays: Thee is noth-.
in li ke (11 iIt.." ltl
in wit iA a prof will y 25 to r 0t
Ai. a. Mcue says: "Side dressing
side dretst o c .'ill, aw tili t
111v1et i te abl) t e l.
agin. o l te fltilzral
Il. J. i S ih " p ill will in ret
J. A. mIgin " "S w id (5 toI30
Ry Jnhn 13 MeUl:anit, sas: '"t w ill in
when tho crop orthrd."
A. R. Ate says: "'Id lr ingrois
'&iv yley r e, he t,h
)hat it. will s te s d: I fxet te
' Joh. . Cicyi says: "ys i iress-in
* CPys bte tha it(' doese to fOrtilize
whe the opis trd.."
SJ . R Ausin says: "It twill ires
'ohe a.yiedh25 er (t.iyste l'si
J. ilter sys: "I in. itr .r
profitabl." d itd tprttbo
Joh (, Mctani says: t will yin
creaeutt the ro onetird.iese t
P.(I L . (Tate pays:."Its ivery prfi
J. Clyttsde len say,,s: "I expect to
side dress both cottor and corn this
J. G~ . H oJari sas: "By sie dress
corn l.to theI( oethrd. orel
J. D . Habb:l says: "Hle as moe
on a oe-hdose cry sa' ide drsin
than~'! his tenan)OIIt di on hat e twhors
21 (1.t t . llt. id:W Finds it 18ijpofittbe.ii
(1fl ( i. Gribe says:~t "ots wille tpay 6h0ji
peril ceinty ay .iii theo invee fior I
sid. e dresaing"get(elo 81i(so~d
0. M.' Campbet ll satys "Thouei
21% lir used) inie drssngpast.ie
thanlirthat s befo the eopda i
prit b sid dress011ing." (i im h OO)h
2. Ra. ANDxIasitashiEwl
one-f idert hmr ysd rsig
k o wueeFOL O]htth siae
ay. Thte acontdfr aglyw hikb
!t 1 is vr*roal "ha* o eofte*p
b~ .-ll for n ~ aI. the t (f the season t
. nlsf Ia. ,<v . 'f -nu~'rly (:f th o~i
n'"41 aly sont h~ . l1aroli ln, who sih-r
.1 litit fro 4n151 1."(1 1i 2 10 t - 1 si fe1is l i. .
t S t -:wr... Wes have no donht 1 h5141 t 11: - la h I
"I t-s Yv ou 4\tV i )ire hc is pral lat ilh kdl 1.
ti t 1wh I i r 11 :t . vn I:51 l /:' -i. tino 6 .
risv 41,01.11 to d y a y n it' II i I t Ni by t.h.t
;.InI( ft) 1 l- :m! t ton ie. y' &1( < 0., l. e h -l't
. 1 i pl1n. h oo I If ; . .
lilt .,sI .an.i al! a goc ai i 1 n '. [it t t
'nnt diriend ' W n 'ldehi ;-- ireb. ThIs.
.is It it in lt, gro: I:t I wr bIfore tim iin
10 1 Ini-l'rtilizeIr if N ()i t t Io ri t hiini. this
1' 0 2005 poiuls toI il th i :wn- apolyiligi '11ne 1
jIy 15npi tin:ktug $i. pouls'5 il! ii )tl toll it) t.h
pirp:tsied, :5s they have bs en I is y.iar and i IL
hi pe-opio in Ylis. coiitry are*J1inst beginnsing tta
ortiliz-r. than the wholo Uniiteud States of Aloe
Larrvat inany1v cities. ton 15s and villagesfii it, A
lings ill ilhe( towns, cities, viliged4 and4i tht) 'Co
ill:of th (here-is probibly' a great feal less. 1h
Some Of The Good Farmers'
.J. (i Mrtin says: "With fay.abi'
seasons'he finds'it will increae h
C. 13i 'Lewis: "1e finds it pays hiin
10 per cent.
J. T. West: "Finds it pays hin
1T.L. Rainey says: "le had rath
r have one acre side dressed than
[Iwo acres 1t Side diressed."
WV. M., Strickand says: "It pays
lo side d
J. C. Bolt says: "it plavs i) side
Tr c. Stewart says*: "It will pay
froni '0 to 25 per cent'
R. B. Cooper sajys: "He made 168
bushels of corn on five acres of ordi
inry land by side dressing."
J. A. Lindsey says: He left two
acres un-skde dressed, which was not
half 4$ood h the' cotton h'"' side
dressed. A1e'says that he madd. 1650
pounds of cotton to the acre on the
land that .was side dressed againsti
1000 pounds where It was not side!
W. T. Clark says: 'It paid him 25
per cent. Finds it pays to side
iress cottop and corn."
John S. Crmer says: "'It pays if
not appliedi too late.'
J. E. Saddler says: '"He made one
third muore wheiSre he side dIressedI
than wvhere he did not.
Clarence' W. Beattv says: lie
finds that it has paid him' the last
two years and he expects to continue
it. Hie says that he has yet to .see
L1nld trygaguano that .is. b1tdrha
Samutel MlcCrary says* "It .hasi
pa~idl himi andl hec expects to c~ontinuie
it and to sidle dress mor15 tosi1l
bs yeat: tham over."
J. WHall Says: ''le thorough
ly believes in side drsig H id
ha. P & 0. na5 good if niot. betterI
hnayhe ever Vised. '
Wmn. F. Lee says: ''it paid hand
iomely when poelvapida h
Iroper time. l1O('ya)ljl t h
B. M.Auli says: "He finds it prof
J. MI. Knox: "I.t makes at least
mle-flou ih mnore cotton to the aeo
I t expect to sidIe-dress his whole
ar'op this yearP.
made(4. by dilfrenit farniers of the extra profit n)
ths differenice' ins the tlime~s it ISis aphod,
dhied the~ side' dhresser too late. We think June
ist ce'rtainly the iruOst profitable inlvestrulent you
renaos won't be 'ns4 muc~h as5 if the weother coniditi
t food. 1 oul wanit to apply13 your sidle-diresser a
If these51 men whose namlies we have given kr
o best farmers ini Anderson Ununty.
yv prepared tp) side5-dressng. It is "foil sale andi
i~ will bring it; in eatiy and the' chance~saret1
id befora plant ing firadually grows weaker, of
gins to fruit the plant food (iertii'.r) is weake
n I it ,will luter on, aS France twm k1 (A .
4 WN.,, I .U..hudGrei hd
)1 the1*~ w 'yto ge i s a -r. np a so
. and nowu ini )zhirg this r'or v. 'i i
I h1 ''ro If his ,cottoll, theil Ie pl anl I, 1(
IWO polid1st of ferti- LI I tin-n ihe A r.- u 1:
lil.tu dW antl'rnc:
but tV it .ig Ia gouI A 1111wa 1 4.4 o
t'c Mllteniio ; d r- p ; i ): ;1
Ith G Ilizr', wvhiehi ft~ n c i , r)-Irop (1 a
hi h ato o il Shed-- pr-u-th-Zly no11 pota-4h 1
u ..i}Y , b!. i A)M w .vtas)I pre'' v
d )1h3Liti :un'I t.; t id t dhought bet h
hiId we are. makiug.- . a vantyggeto ap
leror' phmt in, k6 aniatle p2ord cotl,6n Ult
aq re. '\ou w ~onte um3j cottQn hett 'yea~r if less
46 .,I state of OulI-, , tohioll 300'a iereb4 of Ilin
t i h19 to usty fer- ot.t6 .Yon can .flgt
. Xow. Fraic. ,anot:hr eai int n m1
'ideal of tihe hnd dl piobably bri
r A great del ress it, a-:thatis
Lud Il cultivation in
OfTh)S Counti Wh HViB
IYostei L.0 Br~ow4 .8 The fo1
exeryJ0 R Aelt-balanced
tob ais -de
d resse~e exped 7.0 pounds of seed
coton.Tnci'ase pex "ace. He says.
sipbese your' land.nade 1000 pounds
of seed cotton by usig 300 pounds of
8-3-3. By adding 500 pounds more
you ordinarily get 1500 pounds of
seed cotton as follows:
500 pounds 8-3-3 86.25
Applying same per acre .50
Gathering 500lbs (6, .50 2.50
All cost, 9.25
Making -500 pouniids extr,*a seed
cotton, or 175 pounis lint at
evell 10c, pounds $17.50
Taking off all cost 251
1heaves extra profit '-$8.25
Not counting the extra seed. I con
sider the money I invest in fertilizer
the best investmentlI make.
tJ ohil"T. Bolt gays: "It pays to use
8-4-4 as a side dresser.
P. T. Haynio says: "It increases
his crop 25 per cent."
J. E. Stevenson says, it has hi
creased his crop 50 per cent.
L. Oscar Dean says. Crops do bet
tor,. they fruit better and hold their
fruit better when side dlressed1 than
wvhen they are not.
Paul D. Mar tin says, he gathered
1500 pounds of cotton to the acre
where it is side dressed against 1000
Pounds wvhere it~ is~ not sidle dressed.
Geo. F. McConnell says, it increas
es his yieldl fronm 200 to 80(0 pounds(1 of
seed cotton to the acre.
E. P. Gambrell says, it inicreasedl
is crop 20.per 'cent. -
E. B. Farmter says, it inicreased his
(rop 25 Per cenIt.
C. .L. Cobb says, it will make two
extra b~ales of! cotton to every ton of
Anderson Phosplaate & Oil Comipa
nyV's 8-4--I that he uses as a. side
(dresser'. A. P. & 0. Co)'s. 8-.I-] pays
better than soda.
*W. C. Elrod1 says,' it pays from 20
to 2;,01'e cent.
.C. .J. Boggs savai, it will double)1 the
yield. especially 0n' corn, if high
grad1e. fertilizers are used.
N. A. Burgess says, he has side
dressed0( corn' andl has doubledl the
tande by3 side-dIressinug tlE 3plial3ur11
is the mosti profitable foiiss111l'~W31
' can imake on a farm. tepat h outi
03n8 are av-eragn. 10wyt 11)ti hd
i early as you can anid efosl-(rsig
OW anything aiboiit it i-deig1)'t i
we want you to use it patfo n ierr
int'the early bird 'will xthbe frI
course, by reason oftbtesiianthnh
neo ad i Walkni. Fro t v uppy intea
anh Oi Codanye
- tha I IIS 1*'y .n s fetiliz - very hea.vil
Ann1 T y inU.:L j'ut it dlownV 1 great deal hi
nti;o 111t . -miliz r to) pa)v well. Th w larnds inl Y
" ighi AnIte Of cultivation for hutivnra
T vcw It,-a l of people to f'eed, so it is iln
dn d im.olthi. Thme knoitht Owt only wa'
I ,1 .!4;h gade fertihizer. The peole here m11
r '.* n .oir t. it ci was as high as wn, tsti,
mt.; wi tilt: I oith.. kind. 1We stIl iiore high
an thb m ie .;ii M -l~ th be uw . 'I
e hi)-hm-Ie goo)d %%will p-1y h-tuer th in II I
kiyu < a,\~ i il i ; isii Ie a crop gtt ";
a gau' i be.r ieacid, high grat' hlood aid 1;
>d 'kitui :, I0tIwed by showetr to Ic-p it
it, Till 4 I i f irs hias .1 per centl. potash.
its rust mr ton andl blighti, and variouls otlier i
tIhia it v. "11h41 Witlhoti it. It liso develops the Ili
(I. You dont get this ntvantage in usilng sioda a.:
yvar tan anv eounty MVst of the Mississippi river
ieI d re-u-t I I Ivt -lIone. W. A. (ud) Ni tnpim
lust year. lI I side dressei liberally. It cost Initl
his profit with cotton at 1-Ic a potind. Now we
Atter what the price is. tie more you make to the
tug a better price early in the season than it will h
een Using Our Fertilizers As I
J. H. Martin says, it pays him at
least 60 per cent. h
Elias Earle says, he made 24 bales
of cotton on 20 acres of land last year i
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 iicClellai(d says, it
more than pays and he expects to c
side dress his crop again with Ander
A. (. Milford says, it pays him
on\-r'whelm ingly when applied along
aholt- the first of June. M
Mrs. M. F. Kelley says, it pays 25 ai
per cent on cotton and 50 per cent on
S. H. Whitefield says, it about ai
doubles his yield. He expects to al- CC
ways side dress hereafter and to use
Ainlerson goods, as it is the best he
has ever used. tc
J. D. Cartee says, it payz from 25
to 40 per cent.
Lewis D. Blake finds side dressing!
M. T. Fleming says, he finds he
made at leest 1-4 more bv side dress..tc
iRev. WV. R. Hawkins says, it wvillit
increase the yield 1-4 where the prep)
aration has been satisfactory.f
E. B. Griffin says, it wvill inake 1-41
more cotton by side dressing and on M
some land he has dolel)d the a Aid
by side dIressing.
J. H-. Pruitt says, it pays hand
somely and he expects to continue it. cI
Joe W.T Clement says, it increases
his yieldl at least one-fonrth.a
E. C. Rogers says, it increases his
yield att least onte-fonirth. to
J. J. Smith says, it increased his 4
yield at least onle-thirdl.
R. 1. Elrod findls it pays well. pL
WN. K. Madd(ox says it. inicreases
the vield onem-third.
.Eugene Matys says, he would not ni
farm withont using side diessing, as
it increases the yield fromt :30 to 50 50~
per cen11t andI( somtetimties mi ore.
A. R. Allen says he made a bale of -j
(coton to the acre by'~ using. 304) lbs of 4
fertilizer aIs a sidIe dlress(er. "
H-. M\'. Tate says, he would1( not farmi di
wvithonit it. 1t0 pays handsomielyr to h<
feed crops while they grow,.a
anit food duinlg the fiiin g seaison thain att. alny 0o
lied with suftlicent phus O"sI to .sistatin it. So th
ened and is gradu 1:11., growing w'eaker, wille thei
it throws off or sheds all the fruit it is untable to at
nug is to ftarnish it. wit ht lant food by side-dretssin
I he ceason for side diressinfj is short andt~ if you n
ne you seef your mistake it is too late to correct it,
0(d the qitucker yott canl digest it, andi the fineryo
Wsing nuitst act <iuickly to he profitabe.
18. . Pon't jecopardliye a (Iollaur to saye arie ah
aint gzrow rapidly shadeis the grounud qinicker ai( i.
ijilda upj yourt hand.
Df view sideC-dIressi ng ia profi table.
d Co., A~
y wvtie ini-% is u d t.(1 hoe than in tlhe
-avier than ' (1w d1 h41e. So you -vot , -
ranU1C ar0 mnuch be'eter thalm the hulida in
of years. A groat da I Iiof (lh r hIIIl wIII %.
x:try for thenit io -ike big rop to fe
to do this is to It;o' a geodml deal of I ertilizyI.
e 1using I higher g"rie fertiliz(vr every year.
,I1h; year the A nderson PhosPhate & Oil
rtade Certilizer this ye vair tI it ,Veor beforep'
hat awt iMOr r'apidly ail cts I ktir thant
a' )soda as a sid'-lresser.
w-:akgsa-mon, "olo ye .- drey sp g1
Iniro. and fish41 Scrap, lo that'it has the e.*
gr itg andui 'ialthy. Nitrates of' sdh Ims
use rotonl issl subjec to, It Lena1bles cottont
it. nakesi a .Letter bull, and altogether is a
a sii dres .ser by itself. Anderson county
, ndersoni County voull haive mnadle ltols
11 of near i ' Pi liont 11111v 300 bal's of cet
h 11 tih1 an $5.000 to make his 300 bites of
lon't. kinow wh:it CottonI is . oing to bring
c('re the more prolit yon have to the acre,
tor. Thie wav to gel arlv cotton is to eob
k Side-Dresser Think Of It )
J. L. Pettigrew says, it increased M
is crop at least one-fourth,
C. H. Gassaway says, it 1)avs and
U expects to continue it.
J. Belton Watson says, it increas
I his yield at least one-fourth. He
cpects to side dress this year more
tCltsively than ever.
Dr. J. l. Richardson says, it in
eass the yield from 20 to 25 pr. ct.
S. N. Brovn says, it increases the
itid from 15 to 25 per cent.
F. E. Watkins says, he uses 300
)unds as a side dresser as soon as
to cotton gets large enough to run
-ound and finds it profitable.
Nelson R. Green says, it Will in
ease the yield of cotton about 1-3
id will almost double. the yield of
P. -). Martin says it pays' fronm 20
25 per cent.
John T. Milford says, it pays as
C. F. Martin finds it profitable to
H1. H. Russell says, he uses 500 lbs
the acre and of this he uses 300
Sin side dressing and finds it prof
Wadle Drake says, he wvould not ~
rm without side dressing. It is tke
teapest labor he can get and pays
least 100 per cent.
A. 8. Morgan says it p)ays 100 per
nt- .ife never' expects to w~or.k a
op without it.
L.. N. Martin says side dressing
Ids 100 lbs of lint cotton to the acre.
It. T- McF'all says it pays from 10
J)0 per~ cent depending on the time
alpheatlin and the seasons.
J. N. Nance says side diressing
B3. F. Gentry says it pays at least
XV. Hf. Martin says, if conditions
e favorable it will pay 25 per cent.
John Allei asttwl pyfo
to 7; er cent to id wiress.fim
WE.Stonie says, he miakes about
per cnt Per aCre miore whreh
le diresses than w here he (10oe het
-. McKing of Boelton says, side
essing is a hob~by of his and that
has f ound it ebxceedinglyr profit
her time. 'l'he reason cotton shteds is
it att. the verie i 0It nieeds the most plant
icreasmug fruijt ia incr**asing the strait' on
.iort. andi that cnts the crop off. Now the.
with at goi)dfertilize. Ge the beat fertill
ike a isjtake mt $el.'Iinlg your fertilizer' for
eta weoll pulverised5 fertilizeer. Th
have your fe'rtilize~r the (iticker it be2comte
r use the dime andl tsave thet dollar. Side
ake more vegetable malttter to he returned
D. S. YANDIYER M