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The progressive farmer and southern farm gazette. (Starkville, Miss.) 1910-1920, July 02, 1910, Image 1

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Volume XV. No. 26.SATURDAY, JULY 2,1910. Weekly: $1 a Year.
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AT THE CLOSE OF THE HARVEST DAYS.
FCATURI8 OR THIS ISSUE
How It Will l’ay to Improve Our Schools. . . 473
How to («et u Start With Alfalfa. 405
How to Preserve KKK*. ■*7'*
Index for the Last Quarter. 470
Physical Defects of School Children. 400
Our Progressive Parmer Hoys. 401
I*resident Harrett Urges Western Immigration 472
;Six Things for the Housekeeper to Do in July 467
Some Had Things in the West. 462
Ten Things to Do in July. 463
The Hreeds of Swine—Chester Whites and
Yorkshires . 470
The Fruitful Talent and the Barren One. . . . 464
We Need Both Manure and Fertilizers.462
What the Cattle Tick Costs the South.471
“What’s the News?”. 479
Work for Better Farmers’ Institutes.463
Your Duty to Your Local Newspaper. 478

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