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some breeder or dairyman in the
neighborhood and arrange with him to keep the bull for a certain definite amount of service. In this arrange ment do not require too much service of the bull by allowing too low a value to be put on such service. In the agreement require that the bull be well kept and not allowed to run with a herd of cows, but separately and in some definite place where he will always be accessible to those who are entitled to his service. If two or three such organisations are gotten up in a neighborhood the ben efits will bo greater because then a larger number will use good bulls and exchanges may be made to avoid too close inbreeding. Such arrangements can be made «f a really high class bull is obtained. We have not the space to discuss the details of this question further, but must insist that in buying the bull, two matters be given chief con sideration: In the first place, be certain that the aire and grandsires of this bull be producers of high-class dairy cows and also that their dams be good dairy producers. In the second place, be equally certain that his dam and granddams be good dairy cows and that their sires are also producers of other cows of large dairy capacity. With these two points assured suc . cess is practically certain. HORSES NEED EXTRA CARE AS SPRING WORK BEGINS. II* Kaperially Watchful of Colt*—Don’t Change Feed or Work Too suddenly—Monte llulea That Will Save You Trouble. By Dr. G. H. Glover. Colorado Agricultural College. The first work in the spring is the hardest of the year, and the horses are the least prepared to do heavy work. To he deprived of the use of a horse in the spring is serious, even though the horse is not greatly de preciated in value or lost entirely. Young horse*, especially, should be broken and given some work during the winter and should he fed some grain. This will toughen their shoul ders, and at the same Ume they will hate become accustomed to grain and will, therefore, he less liable to colic, and in every way better able to stand the work. A sudden change of food in horses is always dangerous, hut to start a coll In on grain, with heavy work, Utat has never had either, ia almost sure to he disastrous. A young horse especially cannot stand heavy pulling •11 day on soft ground unless his shoulders are well hardened by reg ular work In the collar. Here are a few suggestions which will he well worth remembering: 1. When a tiorao is tired, he is much more subject to colic. 3. Do not change the feed on the horse during heavy spring work. 3. There is much more danger lb feeding corn or wrheat than there Is in feeding OSt*. 4. Water your horses when you first bring them In from the field; then let them eat hay for a half hour, and give them their grain last. 3, Pull their shoes off while doing the spring work. _ 6. Remember, the horse will have a heavy coat of hair, and will, there fore, sweat easily and be all the more likely to catch cold and get pneu monia. For the first week or two bathe the neck and shoulders with cold water every night after the day's work is done. 7. See that the collar fits snug aud that the harnes are buckled up tight. The shoulders are less likely to be scalded and bruised without a pad than with it If the horse gets »*e«nied, be will have to be laid off for several months. 8. Guard against that dangerous disease— axaturla. This disease al most invariably comes on after the horse has been resting two or three days during a storm and kept on full feed. Reduce the grain at least one half while the horse Is not at work. Founder Is caused from too much feed, a sudden change of food, or a drink of water when the animal Is warm. Distemper Is especially liable to attack the young horses in the spring of the year, just when their services are most valuable. This disease is contagious, aud care should be exercised against exposing the young horses to the infection. The most common way that young horses get this disease Is when they are tak en to town and allowed to drink out of public watering troughs and tied to hitching posts where other horses have been tied that had the disease. Breeders’ Cards and Farmers’ Exchanee (S«e R»u-a ol Adv.rtiain* In Wat taaue.) It I Km! P*«*. 91 ID per IS. J. P. N*d. ‘ HIult. Mm _ _______ Hanoi K«rke Raw*. I*-® p«r li. J. A. Secure. Ackerman. Mia* _ Pinal (3aea Harr-d R«rk K***. »»® P«r Ik. Mr*. II. I. i ..... M I: Mlaa. RCR I RmI*. Marahatl aUain. 19 •*«* H® Re*. John W. Kamaey. leader dale. Mlaa._ Par Sal* 8tn»tc C-mb lllark Minorca K«* fc Hiper Ik. John Drennan. J Hi rant. Mlaa M l! Turkey*. K**» Pekin IHi.-k*. and Poland dona Hu*a. C. C. |FrankHn. Muld.m. Mlaa. WenlMl A ftral-claaa Jereey Mitrh^Cow with louni calf. No other need anaeer. W. T. I Hta. liwtiaaola. Mlaa. ___ Indian Kunner IHwk Knt from pen of aplen dld laytn* utility Wrd*. *l.W per duaea. Wayakle Parm. Palrhupe. Ala. Por Hale Pure l»r*d Km** C.unl. Ilhtal* laland M Kggt At t!«^ Kf MtUng of Ik Mia. Oia I Cohort*. iHimt. Mima. Pur Rale—While Orpmytoo. World a heat chlrk *n. one Kooaler, 9* <*». K*«* M.00 a aetllnc. J. W Iteeaon, Meridian. Mlaa. ____ larro Victor Craphphone and fifty ten Inch record*. Kachan** for Poland China lluft A. K. Week* A Co. Kalita. Mtaa _____ K. C, Khude laland K«d. p:**all.W per IS; 8. C. While ler*h»rn. K**a ll.W P«r IS. W. I. Maraalia, CentreviUe. Mlaa. Koc Hale — Pur*-bred White Wyandotte Chltck. «na and K**a. Alao Indian Kunner Duck K*** Mra. J. L Prtaell. Durant. Mlaa. For Sale Vary fin*, ('.real Dana Dog, tha Unr eal in State lira. H. Fr sell. Vaughan, Miaa. Huff Orpington Kgg* from Carefully selected • tx-k, 16 Egg* for $1.80. Satisfaction guaranteed. Mrs. J. O. lanfalr. Durant. Miaa. Ked Band 16 per cent. Acid Phosphate U what you want. High Grade, dry. finely ground, manu factured hr The Jackson Fertiliser Co. Two Kegistered Poland China Sows, bred to trsde for two Milk Cows, or will sell st forty-five dollars each. J. 8. Johnson. Brookhaven. Miss. Sweet Potato Plant*-Nancy Hall. Triumph and Big Stem Jersey, varieties purs and satisfaction guaranteed. 11.60 per thousand. E. S. Palmer. Leroy. Ala. _____ Fur Fertiliser without Potash, as recommended t>y the Government Experts, try Early Dixie end New Kre Fertilisers, manufactured by Tha Jack son Fertiliser Co. The beat rule for buying Fertiliser* is to buy from s home Company that has so much money Invested it cannot afford to make anything but the t>r»t Fertiliser from the beat materials. Koyal C” Brand made by Jackson Fertiliser Co., is this kind of a Fertiliser. 120 bu. of long Staple Cotton Seed. Prolific and Early Cotton. Sold for 19 cents per lb., raised on hill land. Seed $1.80 per bu 60 bu. Mosby Little Cob Seed Corn on ear or shelled. 12.60 per bushel. N. C. Banks. Box 14. Hernando, Miaa. DE LAVALI I Cream Separators I I NOT THE I I “MAIL ORDER" KIND| S The world's standard De Laval Cream H I Separators are not sold in the "mailorder B 'M way. and therefore not advertised with B ■ the big newspaper space and big word B ■ claims useil to sell low grade separators ■ ■ in that manner. ■ Part of the money spent In costly ad- B I vertising and catalogues to sell inferior B ■ separators in the "mail order ” way is put B B into vastly better made machines in the B B case of De I-aval separators, and part of B ■ it into commissions to local agents who E ■ look after the setting up of the machine B 9 and the instruction of the buyer in its H 9 proper use. as well as the prompt supply- B I Ing of any need<d parts for it in the years B B to come. B 9 That's the difference in the method of B I sale between the De l.aval and moet other B B makes of cream separators, of which the B 9 IV I aval buyer gets the benefit instead of B 9 the newspaper and printer. flj 9 If you don't know the nearest De Laval Bj B agent to you send for a catalogue and his B B address. M I The De Laval Separator Co. I a iss-<sr ssoaowav irs-irr wiuiam st. B ft NSW TOMK SSONTNCAL K 3 st s. uaoisow ST* 14 a is eawcftsft st. ■ B CHICAOO WINN1PKO B §1 oauaa a sacsaushto sTft rots »sst*sh av«. ■ ■ a a n rwAwciaco_ftt»Tni 9 EGGS AND POULTRY. (See other ad*, on page 196.) 8. O. BROWN LEGHORNS Good layers. Only one breed. Egg*. 91.00 per 15; 15.00 per 91.00. Hen* and Cockerel*, for sale. MISS EUDORA CARPENTER. Sc**um*..Mi—t—ippl. I WAVELAND POULTRT FARM F M PlantottvUlo. MUa. Breeder of B. P. Rock* and White Wyandotte#. Big payer* because they jk are big layer*. We have the kind that ^ win. Egg* 12.00 for 16; *3.50 for 30. High class stock fur sale. Satisfaction guaran teed.WM. D. BALLARD. Manager. Fggsfor Hatching "-PRIZE STOCK 8. C. R. I. Reds. S.C. White Leghorns, Barred and White Rocks, Mammoth Pekin Ducks. Fertility guaranteed. Write for mating list and price*. St. Tammany Poultry Farm, :: Cooinyton. La. From High Bred White Wyandotte* 91.75 for 15. Silver Spangled Ham burg. $1.50 for 15. Pekin Duck*. Hayssem strain 91.00 for 1L MRS H.A.COV1NGTON, Route2. Quitman. Mi— ABERHEEN Poultry and Bee Farm. Aberdeen A Mis*. Thoroughbred Italian Bee. A full line of Bee Supplies. S C. Rhode Island Red Chicken* 91 00 and up. Egg* 92.60 and $1.26 per 15. Buff Turkey Egg* $2 50 per 9; Toulou*e Geese Egg* $1.76 »er 7; Barred Plymouth Rock Egg* $1.60 for 15. All from Thoroughbred Stock. Prompt attention to order*. _ EGGS! EGGS!! EGGS!!! Thoroughbred S. C. Black Minorca Egg* at $1 00 per setting of 16 eggs. Also the S. C. White Faced Black Spanish, noted for its beauty as well a* it* egg production. Spanish Egg* $1.50 per setting oi lb •***' Wayside Poultry Farm. W. J. GREEN & BROS..?!- - R1ENZI. MISS, Day-old Chicks of Quality From Lanier’s Exhibition Blue Barred Rocks, Cockerel Mating Only. Descendants of "Grandson's Brother” line, "The Hest in the World.” The latest addition for new blood, a cock bird closely related to "World s Champion,” 1906, If you want quality and Blue Ribbon winners, try my chicks at #3.00 per dozen. Guaranteed safe delivery. Write to DEWITT LANIER. Barred Rock Specialist. Box S. Cardwell, Mo. Fine Buff Plymouth Rock P|»m #1.25 per 15. Imperial Pekin Duck ryys Errs. *1.00 peril. MISS FANNIE fcOOwl COCHRAN, Rt. 4. Holly Springs. Miss. REX GUANO DISTRIBUTOR D° you want n perfect feed machine? that will feed the same up hill as down hill, the same when your horse walks fast and slow. One that the feed will not change only when you change It. One that will distribute from 200 to 1,900 lbs. per acre, and spread it in a broad band j j eight inches wide, or narrow as you prefer. One that can be operated by any boy and will do nothing but perfect work. If so REX is the Machine you are looking for. Ask your dealer for it, or write JOHN BLUE. Laukinburg, North Carolina. Banyan Maaara Dntilnror. See the agitator*, they grind it. Equipped with clutch and hand lever or main axle, revolving from guide wheel. So constructed that it puts the manure evenly and exactly where It will do the most good. Strong, durable, easy to handle. Write for folder: best special delivered prices. Dept, a. SANDERS MFG- CO.. Dalton, G*. HORSE SEISE BOOR FREE. Tb Evbtj Hor» Owbbt. Valuable book by best authorities. What you need to know about care, management, telling •electing, cure of diseases, etc Wart! Balia r—may save you hundreds. Sent for the asking, with cir cular describing Automatic Curry Comb and other new savers of [ time, temper, labor, money and horseflesh. Write today. It will pay you. Selling agents wanted. CIsBi crab MTf. Ca. 27ib it. Radas. WIs. A Dixit Pea Hnfier makes big prefits out of Cow Pam. Hulls sod desna with out banting the pesr-increasea their value 10c pet buaheL IsS^irjjE request. Write today Dept 84 SAHPPtSMFC. CO. | THE PEERLESS PEA HULLER , Unequaled tar threshing PM » Basel Vshat Bsaat. SuflM S»M mi ItrMaSsaS. Grades grain and CsttMSaai. HasMr tructlfeisTsath. Customers write thst they have used the Peerless without re* pairs yet. High prises at Ma con and Augusta Fairs 1909. Free Booklet. PEERLESS PEA HULLER CO.. Dalton, Ga, Get the Royal Pea Huller It costs less than any other and gives better satisfac tion. It does faster work and better work and never gets out of order. The Automatic Fan insures a steady breeze. Tbs extra heavy fly wheel makes it the easiest running ma chine ever patented. Send for prices and booklet. If you write now we have a specially attractive offer to make you. Chattanooga Implement St Manufacturing Co., Dept. f.. Chattanooga. Tenn, Our advertisers are guaranteed.