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WHERE TO BUY THE BEST POULTRY AND INCUBATORS.
/Hy New Fairfield Incubator aaa BSH/SSik^eusMsc,,ff!,sM_ ft mp* ;irmV.nd ,.u M ••norur* Beat Hatcher." mgjf Incubator and Brooder Th.f. what my rualomrrs call lr ▼^‘f® HW hatch am ralj* your chi, k. for you Thr.r experience haa proven It to be ■.y JW M They will Unit, >'« •"""■ «•**«■ «"d M ,|| that for them and you too. Now J’ M) f**',p#' . ,IT, T.Tx * <^® lan t that the kind of Incubator you f ®[ lha next in the middle of the hatch Ilka want In your poultry huxinrsx? lull k tura do Hath.’worWa b»t batrt>My-«^B try ,of ,wo h„rhr. (r« ln^#\^D /N. ^■/ to you at my tlik j^^lt to gfv* you liltgtr hauhra f \ J tA/'»nl TAff T/1 Tray and better chicka than any w « Vr w J * ”*** m SWSm a IT ■•Jr other Incubator made, or your Sam Thompson m_ Ml/ tng*uhzttnp I^M mnney hi. k and I »ill piy ihe ■ V^Hkl ,Wmt' S mW S* M M«• ■ X#• freight Y ou can t beat Hill offer anyw here. Y ou can't HI Taatax H'l/rflAC he a t th e I a it f lr Id In cu baton a n d llrood.r, at a n y price. ^B * *wk» • • •*ll/lfvd Let me prove it to you at my rixk. YVrite for catalog ^B jHHl W" Dm f* and xpecial free trial offer today. 9J rn Mm t t _Iiir n Wo Incubator on thelMarket B BB m *• j||!MA The ( airfield is made out Bfl M' 1 ry the lair field flmt —■! ' IWW&wwVo nf California Redwood, Bgf Mfev before you buy any ftWMf'MSTjU ^^^B ill CoppcrSfram and water patented hrating ^B ^Hk «*rher atyle or make. H!f " . B “1 ayttcni Perfect regulator. Heat lamp in H|! M. You ran do if you Cjj^j_Vy^BBBBw« ^ any Incubator made, l arge roomy nuraery ^B M[ «i«b f‘*r two hafthea ”1- ~ l^^B [?■ and egg chamber. Double doom. t nob- fl|| ^Blfrre at mv riak. in >ouf HOkHrurii d t< p. In every way a« good an In- ^B BU n home with the BE ■ - — —e'" | ubator at you can buy at any price. Our Bff MV money in your own J B »■». " il IBiib> ilii i i I in |mi |i n i mvc« you one-third to ^B Mk pocket. It't the »afcM 1 I wwHte Today f B one-half Write for new catalog and special HR MX way to teat our J I For CatM9Off M ■ offer nwiav Addreaa ^B lor” wiTfoVrt 1 **a»eraccl Sam Thompson, Pros., ® W, Kbit ,..u want. irttlML PROPOSI- ■ r»~\ IVebmifr.i Incubator Co. ■ I riflM ..iiam>i nIMf ,n ■ tp- —: 1 I'D1 Main Street, I ./IwrTv^r fatrtioht, Nebraska. ■ Vow Get H. 125 Eff Incubator ftflfl and Broodar Wisconsin Innbator Co., Boi 137, Racing, WU. Cyphers Incubators Hrooders and Poultry Supplies. Potter's Poultry House Fixtures. Fires from high grade Rhode Island Red* EVANDER WILLIAMS & CO„ MEMPHIS. TENN. Se« Other Poultry Atl* on Pugc 72. EGGS EGGS EGGS EGGS I'm No. 1 and 2 | a£ *&'!JJ | »’«» No. 3 ) » ' Pen No. 4 •} ^.no \ pen No. 5 ) ^ *i'oo M. C B. Minosraa. Winning 10 Prises out of 11 entries at Jackson. Miss., and Memphis, Tenn . 1909 IMortgage Lifters) Rerun 1. what 96 did. January l to June 90th. 300 duxen eggs which after paying all expenses git as net profit erf 1100.00 in cash, loo first grads Pullets and SO Cockerels. Which I refused #400 00 for. they will do tame for you. No stock for sale. G. fc. C'ALLOW AY, Lock Box, 87, Oakland, Miss. CREAM SEPARATORS both Al m Bmrgmim. Write quick. J K HKDRICK, Hattiesburg, Mias. ’ StLVtMLACKD WYaSDOTIRS Kit** *2.00and *3 uj per 16. Cockerel* *3.00 each S. L. While W yandotte Pullet* 12 00 Pens header! by bird* scoring y»i point*, first priie at Birmingham and Aberdeen. Satisfaction guaranteed. MRS. C. S. JONES, ft Son.. 1323 N. 3rd Ave. Olumbua, Mias. LOOK FOR THE BEST Center drove Poultry Yard* have something good. Nice Wyandotte Cock* and Cockerel*—Pure W hile 38.00 each, Kgg* *2.00 per 16. Al»o prise winning S. C Brown l**ghorn# - l^rge fann rais ed *1.00 each. Kgg* *1.00 for 16. Will book or der* after Feb. 1st. Mrs. M. W. Ratliff, Somifvilla, All WHITE HOLLAND TURKEYS Prize Winning Mnmi. Wnte for prices. Mrs. Mary Fisher, R. F. D No a. Utica, Mi»a. YOUR OPPORTUNITY To gel Kgg* from mating* of White Orpingtuua (Cook a Strum). R. C. K. 1. Red* (Degrafl Strain) Buff leghorn* (Arnold* Strain). S. C. Black Minorca* l North up Strain). White P Rocks (Piahal Strain) and Huff Wyandotte* (WUUama Strain). No U tter bird* In the South . Now booking order* al reasonable price*. LEttlS t HEMPHILL, Kosciusko, Miss. Blue Ribbon Strain Single Comb R. ISLAND RCDS BLACK MINORCA® F.gga fi 50 ami $a.oo per 15. J. E. PATTON. Harvest, AU. S. C. UHITK PLYMOUTH KOCKS Awarded at Birmingham Alabama State Fair Two Fit *1. 3rd. 4lb and 6th Premium*. Kgg* *1.50 and *3.00 per 16. Mrs. M. O. Calaway, - - K<len, Ala. WENS 10 B. P. Rock Hen* at *1.00 each. Also 6B8» In Season at 12.00 for 15. Address MISS JULIA MARSHALL. Winona. Mis*. S. C. Brown Leghorn ICggs, $1.00 per 15; $1.50 per 3a Will ship eggs promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed. :: :: :: :: :: R. K. Cleveland, - Decatur, Mias. 25 PURE BRED S. C BROWN LEGHORN COCKERELS 60c to 11.25 each. Also 2 pain of Beagle Hounds. IK.00 per pair. W. P. INGRAM. - - - - Byhalia. Miss. FANCY POULTRY 10 breeds; eggs prepaid. Poland China Pigs. Price list free. Write today. kTUGGLE BROTHERS. Route No. 6. Brush Creek, Tenn. Pure P. I. Red Eggs $3.00 for 15 cogs. EUGENE J. HARDY. Crawford. Mississippi. Guinaa Essex Hogs “<£, brood Sow and 9 half-blood Pigs. $35.00. R. C. REDS. WHITE PLYMOUTH ROCKS and WHITE LEGHORNS. Eggs at $1.00 for 16; $6.00 per 100. My brwuden are the best stock obtainable. Good batch guaranteed, or order refilled for Vs price. Write to MRS. N. F. MAY, Hamburg, Mias. MAMMOTH BRONZE TURKEYS As tine as ever raised. Write for prices. R. P. WASHINGTON. R. K. 1). Cedar Bluff. Miss. rqre single Comb Rhode /eland Rode. Color LUQw and quality is what we have. No stock for sale. Booking egg orders now for spring hatching. Utility, $1.50; Special. $2.00; Prize Win ners. Ki.UO per setting 15. Satisfaction guaranteed. Brooks Poultry Farm, Fort Deposit. Ala. MAMMOTH BROSZE TURKEYS CO choice birds, well marked, beautiful plumage, best strains of Pure Bred Stock, reasonable prices. Also Imperial Pekin Ducks. Eggs $2.00 per setting and Choice Registered Duroc Pigs at bargain prices Write your wants. CLAUDE JENKINS. Shelbyville, Tenn. M. W. HOLLAND TURKEYS One Trio *7.50. Five Fine 2 year old Toms, $3.60 each. MBS. W. M ROGER. R. F. I). No. 2. Macon. Miss. k The Million Dollar 1 L Bonded Incubator There is only one—The Sure Hatch. It is in a class by itself. No I other incubator is built of such high grade materials. No other has such a I • ^^^k record of results in hatching, nor such a liberal guarantee. Every purchaser 1 a^^^^k of a Sore Hatch Incnbator actually receives a $1,000,000 Surety Bond issued I by the great Bankers’ Surety Company of Cleveland, Ohio. That bond I , I places the entire resources of this great corporation behind the Sore I No other incubator is good enough for Bonding Companies to risk their I money in backing. The Bankers'Surety Company could not afford I to let their name be used, let alone back up our guarantee if the I I ■ ^^H^k Sure Hatch were not the best Incubator on the market. They I didn't agree to issue bonds on the Sure Hatch without first I looking into the machine, it’s construction and record. |5p ^P^^k Now, can you see any chance to lose on an offer like that I when we pay the freight and allow you 60 days' Free trial? I Write to-day for complete information about the only I H bonded Incnbator and for Free Poultry Book. I Sore Hatch Incnbator Co. I Chicago. 111., Aug. 20, 1909. H jj I ‘‘.Tan. 1st I had 27 hens. Since then I U V1 Jr'* fT?-Jfl I I have hatched over W0 chicks. Sold B ,. •yVjT JjHsj! U>8.00 worth of broilers and eggs and I ^"^B at least 350 chickens left. fl I three consider the W_ I R. I. REDS 20 Pullets and 20 Yearling Hens at Si.00 each. Also a few Roosters all fine and Good Colors. MRS. EULA ENNIS, Baldwyn. Miss. BRONZE TURKEYS_ Flock headed by "Buster Brown” direct. Mor gan line. 1st Prize Winners, Mississippi State Fair 1909. Old Mena not related, prize winning strains. Eggs in season. 9 far *3.00; 15 for #4.00. Buckeyes, Kentucky Csirdinal Strain, Eggs, 16 for *3.00. S. C. R. I. Reds, choice matings, 15 for Sl.GO. Address. MRS. J. W. SUMMERS. R. F. D. No. 1. Puckett. Miss. B P. Rock Chickens Sl.00 each; Eggs 16for #1.00. Pigeons Red Caneaux. Mated. $4.00 per pair. Pure Bred Homers. Mated. *1.25 per pair. MATTIE GILBERT. Gilbert. Miss. EGGS From Famous E. B Thompson Strain. Bar red Plymouth Rocks—Fine Ones. Been breeding and shipping Poultry and Eggs 8 years and always pleased. 15 Eggs $2.00; 30 Eggs *3.50. Address MRS. ORLEANS THOM AS. Crystal Springs, Miss. EGGS Pure Bred S. C. Brown Leghorn Eggs, #1.50 for 15. #5.00 per 100, Cockerels *2.00 each. R. I. Reds. Single Comb, Eggs *1.50 for 15, Cockerels $2.00. MRS. IDA R. BERRY. Corinth. Mias. Homer Pigeons S large squabs. Mated pairs, - • 12.00 per pair. From healthy, thrifty, good laying Rome f UU\ Comb A /. Rtde— famous DeG raff's "OO'' strain. 15 eggs for 11.50. -READY FOR YOUR ORDER DR. R. N. BIGHAM, - Pontotoc, Miss. Flora Poultry Farm Reds Reds The kind you want—deep rich red. long bodies strong, healthy, farm-raised stock. Buy your thoroughbred eggs now and get your chicks off early. 15 eggs from 1st yards. $2.60; 30 eggs from 1st yards, $4.50; 15 eggs from 2nd yards. $1.50. Two Third• Hatch Guaranteed. Let ine quote you prices per $1.00, or incubator Eggs. 10 Mammoth Imperial Pekin Duck Eggs. $1.00. Prize winners. A few nice cockerels at $2.00 and $3.00. Reds Reds E. A. DOWNS, Flora, :: :: Misa. Our Advertisers are Guaranteed to Do as They Promise. A WONDERFUL COMMERCIAL INSTITUTION. Brand New Merchandise and Sapplies Are Offered at Exceptionally Low Prices. - A consolidation on concentration of the world’s supplies under one management it is an exposition of such magnitude that to attempt a description by pen to ear is well nigh impossible. Their name to a certain extent is misleading, as the general opinion of the public at large is that they handle only second-hand goods and material. As a matter of fact only 10 per cent is second-hand, and the other 90 per cent being brand new, first class high grade merchandise, obtained at Sheriffs’, Receivers’ and Manufacturers’ Sales which is as good and in most instances better than you can obtain elsewhere at from 30 to 60 per cent more. A complete stock of Furniture, Household Goods and Office Supplies. Plumbing Material, Heating Appara 111 a if a nVi Inarir XTa «/l utm Roofing, Structural Iron, Belting, Shafting, Pulleys, Tanks, Safes and In fact everything needed on the farm, in the factory, in the office or in the home. You will do well to write to the Chicago House Wrecking Company, at 35th and Iron Sts., Chicago, and ask for a copy of their 500 page Catalog No. 371, just Issued; a wonderful book, filled with valuable information, of the utmost value to buyers of general merchan dise and purchasing agents of any Institution. Contains a short do* scription of some of their notable purchases of Expositions, Etc. It would pay you to write for this wonderful 500 page illustrated cata log of theirs and have it in your possession. A local market is generally best for honey. It is a peculiarity of honey that you can often get twice as much for it at home as by ship ping it to a distant city market.—T. C. Karns. The "largest” and "quickest ma turing” animal is not found in any one breed. Early maturity is not usually conducive to large size.