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ALABAMA STOCKMEN MEET.
Progress of Tick Eradication Work—How to Prepare Pigs for the Show King—Velvet Henna for Winter Feeding. By Prof J. F. Dn||«r. Alabama Experiment Station. CN MONTGOMERY, the Ala bama Live Stock Association, the Swine Breeder* and the Dairymen met In a Joint convention in the last day* of February. In his annual address, the Presi dent of the Association, Dr. C. A. Onry, stated that during 1909 there came Into Alabama from the mule markets of the North and West 13,621 mule*. In the same year, the number of horses hPO#|kt In fPOUl FARMERS’ EXCHANGE. K I R~t t*«*. II SO par IS. Jt. P. N«at, C«Ur HtafT. Mi**. WhiU Rork K#»* tar Mk. Mr* O. If. Hank*. FarwL MIm tUrmt R«rk» Kgg* COTt p*f Uk J. A. Arkrfmtn. M ** R r R I K*x) »***. li es tar IS. Mr* Rula Kant*. IUM»rn. Mia* Choir* Po< Phial a, is rtaU e*rh. Mr* R. D Waagmm S ««»*!». Ml**. nm Ct**» ftarraai Rork Raw* ft.® p*Tik Mr*. H- R r***. Midnttffct. Mm* P tf® h-«J R*ml»«i<n«t Ram*. Graham A Mr. Caladlum <KI*phaat K*r» bulb* |(U < direr I each Mr* Mith S-uW. Sibley too MU* A «»d 13 n«r* lat*r. • Shot. Winchester 8hot*u»> ta tirkani* (at 16 hutMl of Ckitun l***» Gna W Kntrhf. I.torn) Mm For Hal*. -6imW Comb Mark Minorca F*** K UDttat 16 John Drennan. Durant. MU* M B Turkay«. Em Pekin Dock*, and Poland China llm C. C Franklin. Muldan. MU* For Soto t 'onk'a Rig Boll Improved Cotton .Hood. Iltkipcr bu.bd M K N *i. I a Aura. MU* Err* FuII■ k®il«l Buff Rock Km at tl 00 to tl to p. r 16 Mr* F M Adam* Stur*t*. Mia* For Sato-Very An* Groat Dana Dor. lha lar# mt In A tala Mr* II Fr *41. Vau*han. MU* Boaod poor Cnlll* Bit -h tn tnr nyuirml dna "M"ur. Fa« lio aa W It Biahop. Calumbu* Mu* Hiiurt* Comb Brown La*horn Ktn 76 cant* por 16 nattafwlt u» *u*rontood. J G partiow. plan ter .cUto. Mm Indian Run nor Dock Em from pm of •plan did tajrtn* utility bird* f l.to por dan** Wajrrkla Fart* Foirbap* AM Far Sato Poro Brad Sin** Comb Rbod* Island Rod l*i« at tl.to por aetun* of 16 Mr* Ota Robert* D.mn Mlo II .t Hilda Boat Em tout lVico* Buff Or t>in*ton* llroon and Black lo*burn* J. T Kbtde* Iran ('ll]f. At* F<* Sato White Orf moton. World * boat chick an. on* It - .-. r, fi to. h*«* P6 00 a aotUa*. J. W. Itoaaon. Meridian. MU* l Jtrtm Victor Graph phone and Aft* tan Inch r*c«.rda K sc Hanaro f«w Poland China Ilo** A. E Waako A Co . Haiti* MUe R <’ Rbatto Uland Rad. K*** 91 to par 16; 8. C White to*hom K#*« It to pm 16 W. I. Maraalto. Con t rev) I to. Mu* Er»* ff*m carefully bred 8 C Mh«da (aland K-U 16 It to. S> *3 to. Guaraniood froab. Mu* ttoeeto Hiram. Guntown. MU* Em from Ana Huff Hork* Ion*«ban. Hmwn Ic*h..»n at (Mi) ami IXto aettintf. Writo Ml*. **«• Cajlltn* Craa* Dopwt. At* Muff Orpln*um K**s from Carafulljr •alerted •lock. 16 K*«* for tl.Mi. KalUfaction puorantood Mr* J. O. I unfair. Durant. MU* Hin*le Comb RHudo Uland Rada to hen* at II. 1*. 4 rock* at Pl.bt. Choi a K*«a at 12.UU por 1». T F (lark. HenrvamlUe MU* Hourbun Kal Turkey* One An* Ur*e youn# T«.m now (ft oo Krnttm (or II J D Mar *!“ ' I k* Had’ broader > Geurvetown. Mloa I lUIn Plants-Nancy Hall Triumph and III* Siam Jersey. * arietta pur. and «atl.faction ruriniml. II SO par th.ma.nd K 8. Palmar, lawuy. Ala. IO***"* 8—1 Prolific and li’in l * r“r .f****<* tor l* *•««*• per lb., raised on 5,“) '*"‘1 8—1 »l «' per bu SO bu Mueby UttW N «• u V°rn. °n w •ballad. K SO per bushel N C. Ilanka Bos li. Hernando. Mlaa outside the State was 5,906, or a total of 19,52 7 of horses and mules. If these be rated at an average of $150 each, the total expenditure reaches the enormous sum of nearl) $ j.OoO.OuO. An entire session was devoted tc the discussion of the eradication ol the cattle tick. Encouraging reporu were made of the work of tick eradi cation In Montgomery, Wilcox, Dal las and Elmore counties. The Asso elation passed resolutions endorsini the warfare against ticks and urglni county commissioners to pfovlde suf detent funds from the county trees uries to employ an adequate numbei of local Inspectors, in addition t< those provided by State and Federa authorities. Strees was laid on tb< fact that the greater the number o men and the shorter the time requlr <k! for complete eradication of ticki in any county, the smaller Is the tota cost of the work. V., V«|TV. IVMVW MVO •WVfta that a part of the time during whict the official* work in any county li effective chiefly in getting the farm er* interested, rather than in de stroying ticks. Thorough and ef fective work cannot be done until public sentiment thoroughly sustains the authorities. Considerable attention was given to the subject of fitting live stock for the fairs. T. U. Jones, speaking on "Fitting Hogs for Show and for Breeding." pointed out the necessity of a correct choice of the beet ani mal and care In feeding a balanced ration. He reported an Improvement in the demand for the best grade of pure-bred stock and urged breeders of this class of animals to make lib eral use of printer's ink in advertis ing. Mr. Allgood, In fitting pigs for the show ring, would begin a few weeks after birth, by weaning and separating from the sow a part of the pigs, so as to leave the dam dur ing the latter half of the suckling period oniy mree or lour oi me most promising pigs from which the show pig Is to be chosen. He makes free use of a brush In Improving tbs hog’s coat and on this brush uses a little kerosene. • Mr. T. J. Watt reported a success ful experience with pure-bred Berk shire* in spite of predictions of neighbors that be would not be re paid for the heavy Investments be made iu the best obtainable founda tion stock. He stated that he has been able to produce pork at a price as low as $2.45 per 100 pounds live wight. In this ease the food was peanuts supplemented by a little corn. He has found It necessary to JAC K Young ami active. nuy to beadle. eure foeler; vary keen quick to serve. Will toll cheep, or ex change for gaud grades ur puie bred cattle. TRIM Sc BRIDGES Bsawdywiws. Mian WANTED On BtrksMn or Poind CMni Bow • S to 18 month* old. Give price f. o. b. your sta tion. and full description. T. V JAMES..Pettit. Hits begin with several promising pigs in order to get one ready to become a winner at the fairs. This is be cause even experienced breeders are liable to make mistakes in attempt ing to pick out the best young pigs. His plan of feeding is to feed for the production of lean meat through out the pig’s entire life. Thirty days before showing he begins to wash, curry, and grease show animals and to keep them in perfectly clean quar ters; indeed, his whole herd is given every month a greasing with a mix ture of 1 gallon of cottonseed oil, 2 ounces of carbolic acid and 2 ounces af salycllic acid. A week before the exhibition the dally greasing is made with equal parts of sweet oil and 1 alcohol. Mr. T. J. Blow, of Escambia County, related a favorable experl ’ ence in raising Shorthorn cattle. They are sustained throughout the > winter by grazing on a field of velvet 1 beans. These beans are grown in I altfirnato rnwa with nnm +Ka wawta ' being eight feet apart and the stalk I pnray CTDADATAD I being twice as thick In the drill as I UALMIfl guAnnlUnl 1 usual. In this way four acres fur- ■ ADPII&JCMTC 9 1 nish forage enough throughout the ■ AKllUmLN IO j§ wmier, lor me suppori oi one nan- ■ grown animal. He does net turn cat- I - tie Into the velvet beans until several I „ _ . A . . #. , . . . , . „ ■. We cannot believe that there lea sen weeks after frost by which time the ■„bl'IMn lMus who wouW put hisown corn has been gathered. Horses and I money into the purchase of any other than mules do fairly well In winter on ■ a DE LAVAL cream separator, for Ms own velvet bean fields. He fights the I use If ha would but first avail of the oppor ticks by spraying all cattle with a I tunlty open to anvone to SEE and TRY an patent dip at a cost of about five ■ J«P"»v«dDE LAVAL machine before huy cents per animal. He makes three I1-^ hardly poaaible t0 aay applications during the summer. ■ . __ R. E. Lambert, of Wilcox County. >| “orc thin thl» »*• P~ flnds that the best combination pas- ■ »‘b e to put the *imple truth in ture for winter and summer Is bur ■ plainer words. It would hardly clover and Bermuda grass. He pre- I *eem poasib’e to say it more fers to sow bur clover on Bermuda ■ convincingly. .1 in July but on cultivated lands not I The TRIAL of a DE LAVAL machine before September, lest It should ger- I to free to awry responsible mantMnkin* .... ■ « aaaami nansvatnr W« mtnaie too soon ana oe Kiuea oy ine iocalit, fo,thi.purp<~. heat. In his extensive experience In rf ^ doflt know tb.,*.ntmy»ur.«ish feeding beef cattle he prefers cotton- borhood aend tons for hia name and ad seed cake to cottonseed meal. dreae and it will be a pleasure to aiva your Growers of alfalfa reported the Inquiry prompt and courteous attention, loss of a considerable acreage from ')\la'Z°,rll':r w“ther condlUoM I Tin Da Laval Separator Co. I or past year. ■ taa>«o? immowav iva-m whaiam at. I -• ■ new vohk monthkai. ■ ... . ■ 4a a. MAOiaoM 0T« va a ia hhihcboo ot. ■ "Folks who never do more than ■ *chica«o winnihko ■ they set paid for. never set paid for ■ I any more than they do." MQIIHWID JCMIV8 9 Fox's Foolish Fancy 125881; heifer SO months old; gr. daughter of Champion Flying Fox. sold f*s •7800.00; she Isa ' living picture" and Rood enough to win blue ribbons in any show ring price MOM. Rre'r Fnx twill be registered); bull calf 12 months old; solid brown o lor with black points: gr aos of Champion Flying Fox an exceedingly promising youngster just about ready for light service; Wilt a valuable bull, price 175 00. These are choice calvea and well worth the money. W. W MAGRUDER.Starkvffle, | Where to Buy the Best Poultry and Eggs. BARRED and Buff Ptamouth Rock and Start* Comb Brawn Unborn Bom iLBOforlk Afuw nicu B P R. and Start* Comb Brawn U*boru CoekoroU. ttOO.lt. an and 6k00oaeh.r.M.Browor. Oyotal Sprtasn Mian Barred P. Rocks, White Wyandottes Thtm IWn fho Btut ta the BwttwmlC»mp*tttUm Jmtkmm IBBB Barrad tecta let ekl tat. tad. 4th pullets: IMP, tat. ted baa. tad prttat tat pan Wgmmdmttm tat cock, let puBa«. tad ban. teat cock. Boat pallet. wbHaat bird ta ehow and dhn Spec tala RUGS. Wyandotte*. beet pea tt.60 for Ik Other matins* tt.00 far lb Barred Rock* from prime winner* SkOO for Ik otbor oxcallont mattaso 6.60 tea lk _ IT« iVerer RmU tm SmtUf* ffPorp CaMomor C. H BIRDSONQ. i « i l i « Tarry. Mlaa EGGS For Settings Thorourhbrod Rhode Inland Red* and Barred Rock, tt 60 f *• 16 assn or 6.00 fur *0 assn RICHARD CLARK, Tapola. Miss. EG6S FOR SALE ,1 S. C. R. I. Rada R C. W. Laghorna Price $2 00 to 16 00 per 16. Also 10 bans and 1 cock, S. C. W. Lag horns, 12 Ou each. H. E. WILLIAMS West Point, Miss. WCaah with orders._ " BARCA/'3 TO MAKE ROOM -White Wpoisdaffoa 1 Prise Cocker*!, has won 2 first 1 specials fc'6 00. 16 nice Hans and Puilel each. 6 cockerels at IS 00 and 16 * each. - -- 19 regular and 6 special at ses l<x*9 * THE SOUTHERN POULTRY YARDS.— W. A. Avery, Sec’y. and Tree’s., Vaidea, Black Minorca E PURE BRED STOCK' v Pen 1. I2.ro per 16; Pen 2,11-60 per 16 straights "l Prompt shipment. *• *• E. H. 8CHLATER, . schlatee, Mine. vjt eggs eggs eggs eggs P-N». l£5g( P»No.4 )JJgS( P«"No.I (SJgstey 8 C B Minorca*, winning 1" P i*e* out of II entries at Jackson, MU* , and Memphis Tenn, 1909, '*£ (Mortgage Lifts* •) Record, what 36 did. January 1 to June 8 >th 300 doaen eggs, whl hof ter P*'H| all Expense* s ive* net profit of 91.0 0« In ca-h. Io0 first grade Pullet* and 60 Cockerels, which I refuse* 9400 Oo fur. They will do same for you. No stock for Bale. G. E. CALLOWAY, Lock Box 87, - Oakland, Mira* ^