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NEW ORLEANS COTTON. Quotation! baaed on cotton sold on spot terms. Low ordinary_ n . ,B Ordinary. !, % Qood ordinary_ -2IB ) Low middling.. ,4 5 16 Good middling. ,4 2 Middling fair.14 3-16 r*lr. 15 15-16 MEMPHIS COTTON. Low middling_ Middling___!'] 2 Good middling_ J4 ^ J . GRAIN AND FEEDSTUFF'S. SfiSvu? HULK^t Per Hushel-No. * white |6«o6H. No. I mixed 56W....; No. t yellow 4 “KAN-PerCwt,-$i.jo<«!»i.i2 1 Na *^l^er36«U*hel_NO * whUe' 38Hft4~: . nI'I’oToo'.S.w"m»~No-*“• meal and flour. 2?££,£![|£AL bbl -*2 R5 to $t.90. $5.10 UR’ hard wbeat' Kansas Patent—$5.00 to MISSISSIPPI, LOUISIANA, AND ALABAMA LIVE 8TOCK. BEEVES— Choi06-- i 41/. Sin-JC?-m 40 3'« uxon—r»u.....„.. 3 to 4 Oxen—Common to fair. it* to Pi COWS AND HEIFERS— Choloe..._..._.. >u * l Fair to good.....T.. " j* “ ju Old poor oowe. per head_*8.00 to *1100 BULLS AND 8TAGS Bulla-814 to 3 Stag*----- lit to 814 YEARLINGS— Choloe. 860 to BOO lba. per lb- 314 to 4 Choloe, 860 to 350 pound*. 81* to 414 Common, to fair,..........._ 3 to 814 CALVES Cboloe. 800 to 800 lb*., per lb....... s*i to 514 • lr to good, per head..*0 uu to 8 00 .IILK COWS -..*40.00 to eo.oo Fair to good.. jo.OO to 36 00 ‘ * SPRINGERS— jf \ Choloe..... _...4*5.00 to 40.00 ( ommon to (air-..... 15.00 to *0 00 f~ ' HOGS— L Iorn P®1- lb.—. 8 to 814 L pl«* * to 18* lb*., per lb. 8 to 8*« ■ "MS:, fed. per lb...... e to 8 SHEEP f Good (at aheep. per lb... 4 to 514 k. Common to (air. per head.tl.00 to *.uo RICE. ' CLEAN—PER POUND. Hondura*, head___ 8 to 514 straight* ... 8H to m •creenlng*... ,74 to 8 .No » actual tales at... 114 to 414 Japan, head..,. jv, to at* •tratghu. 8 to 8% •oreenlng*..... ._.. m to r* No. 8. actual tale* at..... 8Sto3l-lfl ROUGH. Honduraa (bbl. 103 lbe.).* 1 50 to *3 86 actual sale* at.ih to 8.M Japan ..8 to to 3 30 aetual *alee at. to * 1 bran, per ton--is 50 to 16 00 > “toe polish, per ton (rote mill*... ss.oo to 87.00 ■ NEW YORK GRAIN AND PRODUCE Apples, King, per bbl., $3@5; Jon athans, $email@example.com; Baldwins, $2® . 4; Greenings, $3 @5.50; Ben Davis, $2.25 @3.50; Pears, Bartlett, per bushel, $1.25® 1.50; Seckel per bbl., $4.50@G; Sheldon, $2.50@5; Keif fer, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Quinces per bbl., $2.60@4. Grapes, Niagara, per 20 Tbbasket, 50® 60c.; Black, per 10-lb. baBket carrier, $email@example.com 5. Cran berries, $3@5. Citron. 50® 75c. per barrel. Potatoes, bulk, per 180 lbs., $1.30 Chinese L-ilies Get them early. 16c each or 2 lor 26c. Write for free catalogue "B." Msmphis Floral Ca., 1026 CoKoga Aw., Mampdls, Taaa Fruit Trees The very beat of Southern-grown Trees that 2°2*r ,c*n bujr- Also Roses. Evergreens and Hedge Plants Writ i for prices and save agent's big profits and get just what you buy. CORINTH NURSERY. 8. W. STRICKLAND. Prop _ Corinth. Mississippi. @1.50; bag, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Southern sweets, per bbl., $email@example.com. Onions, white, per bush, crate, 80c@$l; yel low, $1.15 @ 1.40 per 100-lb bag; led, $ 1.2 5 @ 1.37 per 100-lb bag. Cabbage, $7@8 per ton for white; red, per bbl., $2 @2.25. Cauliflower, $2 @4 per bbl. Celery, $1@2 per crate. Cucumbers, $1.50 @2 per bas ket for Florida. Chicory, 50c. @$1 per basket. Escarol, 50c@$l per bbl. Eggplant, 50c. @$1 per basket. Horseradish, $firstname.lastname@example.org per 100 lbs. Lima beans, $1@2 per basket for “potato”; $email@example.com for flat. Lettuce, 40 @ 75c. per basket. Mushrooms, 25 @ 40c. per lb. Parsley, 75c. 100 bunches. Peppers, $1.35 @2 per bbl. for red; green, 80c. @$1.50. Peas, $1 @ 4 per basket for Southern. Pumpkins, 65@75c. per bbl. Ro maine, 75c. @$1.25 per bbl. Spin ach, $firstname.lastname@example.org per bbl. Radishes, $email@example.com per 100 bunches. String beans, per basket, wax, 25c.@$1.00 per basket, with fancy up to $1.50. Squash, 50 @75. per bbl. Turnips, 75c. @$1 per bbl. for rutabagas; white, $1.50 @2 per 100 bunches. Tomatoes, 75c.lb$1.25 per box. Butter, creamery specials, 33%c.; fr» nlnw.r n n 1 / Ail/. . • « . . « V. I. J , w * T: 72 V,. , I LL1 i Let 11UII creamery, 24% @ 25c. Eggs, 32 @ 38c. up to 50c. for near by fresh. Probably 30c will be a fair average. Wheat, 96 %c.; year ago, $1.10%. Oats. 37 %c. Corn 55%c. MISSISSIPPI FARMERS’ UNION. (Continued from page 793.) ture and domestic science and econo my in all country schools, and that our teachers be required to qualify themselves to teach these things and to lecture the pupils upon the advan tages and opportunities of country life. “Seventh—That we re-affirm our position as unalterably opposed to the immigration into this State and the United States of undesirables, and we do insist upon the Mississippi del egation in Congress taking some act ive and apparent steps toward a-cur tailment of the million or more im migrants into our country yearly. “Eighth—That we heartily com mend the State Fair as a great edu cational institution, and believe that greater things will yet be done by it; we favor State aid. The sum to be whatever, in the judgement of our legislators, would best advance the agricultural, horticultural and live stock interests of our great State. The gambling features of the midway we heartily condemn and believe they de tract from the interest and demoral ize the people. rhlrteenth—whereas, Section 43 of the Constitution of the Mississippi Division of the Farmers’ Educational and Co-operative Union of America provides thut the officers of this Union, local, count or State, shall not bo permitted to accept a political otlice, county. State or National, it is tlie sense of this convention and the Farmers’ Union in Mississippi, that it is a violation of the spirit of this section of our Constitution for any person to become a candidate for any political oilice while holding any of llcial position in the Farmers’ Union, local, county, State or National. The discussion of committee re ports was continued on the third day. The introduction of an dnsurance feature into the Union, which was re commended by President Hightower was the most important action taken. J. W. Carter, R. A. N. Wilson and 200 000 PEACH TREES AT CUT PRICES 0RDER NOW AND fcUUjUUU —-__ SAVE MONEY Strong, hardy, healthy at>clc, grown in the m mntalna of tSaat Tennessee, where climate and Boil are recogniaal aa ihe beat on earth f »r the nroiuction of vigorous pi tuts. Kvery tree guaranteed prime, and free fr im disease. Apple, Pear, Chrrrj and Plun trees — same high grade atoca. All popular yirlatlei, SrHA A’llKHKt PC A NT $—2,000,000. all com.nireial varieties, pricel at $2.00 per l .OOP. i.""'^to Aaouragus — 50,000 line, healtiy plants, now offered at SI.OJ per 1,0 IO. Soecial values la Kaspberry, Dewberry and Blackberry plaata. The finest does Bushes, Ornameital Shrubs and Shade araea grown in this country. All stock will proto - we guarantee It tu reach you in tirat-class condi uon. Write for catalog end special prices. CHATTANOOGA NURSERIES, - 917 Missionary Ridge, Chattanooga, Tenn 1 J. W. Boatwright were elected dele gates to the National Union. The meeting adjourned about 1.30 p. m. Thursday afternoon. The fifth annual meeting was large ly attended and must be regarded a3 in every way successful. Our advertisers are guaranteed. “CONCRETE ON THE FARM" I A full and Comprehensive Ulus- J§ trated Discussion of the Value || and Adaptability of Cement Con- p Crete to the Construction of Per- H manent Farm Buildings and ac- I cessories. Written for the pro- ■ gressive Farmer, with detailed in- ■ formation as to the use of cement B concrete and instruc- m tions as to methods and B forms for its applica- 3 tion. 3 Write today for this Book* STANDARD PORTLAND CEMENT COMPANY Salas Office: Blrminiham, Ala. Works: Lesds, Ala. After eating Rat Corn he's mummified. Terrible Spread of Disease Six Millions of People Dead From the Plague in India Do You Know That RAT CORN will exterminate Rate and aU Rodents from your premises in a SAFE. SANE AND SANITARY MANNER Sat Crn-It surely kills Rats and Mice. ~ Will not kill pet*, s’ock or man. Rat Corn— Mummifies all Rodents; no odors. 2Se., SOe & $1.00 cans Ask your dealer, or sent by mail 0n receipt of price. We pay postage. Made only by BOTANICAL M* anTrmiva *<n 266 S. 4th St.. Philadelphia, Pa. _ , „ Dealers everywhere Send for free Booklet. Uw U Dsstray Rats." Southwestern Farmer and Breeder Is authority on breeds and grrades of aD classes of live stock, poultry and horticulture, and keens its mmfrTnmore*“tKWithi.the tiregress and develop ment in these branches. Texas is the neatest anrieultural and live stock section of the world. This paper will keep you posted. Subscription only 50c a Year—25c for 6 Months Sample copy on application. Write todsy. Tin Raportar Pub list in: Company. . Pabliskars, __Fort Worth. Texas. Mississippi Delta Lands ForSala orRent W. T. Pitts, - Indianola, Mississippi. (13) 801 OUR LAND EXCHANGE Farms Wanted or Offered For Sale or Rent I® this department we shall publish off< dugs of all land wanted or offered for sale or foe rent. We do not extend our general advertis ing guarantee to this department, because ever; purchaser should see land for before buying, but no man is permitted to of £®r land for sale in this department until he has nrBt shown us satisfactory references as to honesty and financial responsibility. FREE HOMESTEADS In Arkansas. The finest fruit, truck, rice, gras* ing and agricultural lands Rich as the valley of the Nile 40tol60 acres given by the United i States Government to qualified applicants. Thousands of acres In almost every county. Don t neglect this opportunity, but send P. O. order for 25 cents at once for booklet giving particulars. Ark a nan a Homeatead Co., • Do Queen, Ark, Two Plantations in Clai borne County For Rent GLENSADE PLACE: 998 acres, best creek and branch bottoms; most of the land in cultivation. Place well stocked with mules, cattle, and other stock; some winter planting already done. Good stock of hay and corn in barns. Suitable for dairy or general farming. About one mile from Port Gibson city limits. Will give good terms to re sponsible parties. LA CACHE PLANTATION: Nearly 2.000acres; most of the land in cultivation; good creek branch bottom; In easy reach of Port Gibeon. Martin or Tillman. Well-filled with tenants at -v. nr;u_a _ a _ ■_i --— — — • » ••• »v«v »V a waiBHiu, AUIUVH Mrs. L J. Butler, - Port Gibson, Miss. DELTA FARM FOR SALE Four Hundred and Ninety acre Farm only ISO an acre. This is a great bargain, and will only be on market 30 days at this price. For further oar iculars. write. W. T. PITTS, trtlmli. Min, Public Sale of Land As agent of Clark & Bright, 1 will offer to the highest and best bidder on December 6th, 1910, in front of the court hou.e in West Point, Miss., be ginning at 12 o’clock, the following described tracts of land lying from seven to ten miles north west of West Point, all in Clay County, Miss. Sec. 15. Township 16. Range 5, Black Prairie, nnder fence: public road on three sides; three good frame dwellings for white people: four cabins; artesian well, all in high state of cultivation; 40 acres of alfalfa. S«C. 16 -TewntMp \% ' totts %■ VnMs, fenced and cross-fenced; 260 acres in pasture: 60 acres in meadow; balance in cultivation; 10-room brick residence in good repair; 2 frame store build ing, new and thoroughly equipped; three seventy saw Munger gins; r lack-mith shop; school house and church on premises: barn 70x140 feet; bog house; tnree artesian wells; ten cabins; all naeoa sary out buildings. Everything in first class con dition. ' n ideut country homr. Abbott homestead. S. W. %. N. W. 14. 27 !6-6; N. E. 14. 28 16-6; N. E corner N. W 14, 28-16-5, known as Swope place, 220 acres, sandy land: clay subsoil; under fence: 3 cabins; 40 seres in timber; good state of cultivation. S. E. 14. 23-16-5, Vickers place; under fence: all in grass; 40 acres in timber; one artesian well; poet oak sandy bottom land. East 1*. N. E 14 plus 40 acres; 22 16 6, Jim Ivy piece; under fence; cabin and barn; black oralrle land. S. E 14, 27-16-5. Wood head place; undr fence; 2 cabins and barn; artesian well; 20 acr in tim ber. prairie land S E corner S. W. 14: 2 acres and hmas and well; Charlie Hall place. S. Vi. N. E. Vi. W. Vi. 8. E. Vi: Andy Joneeplaee; bottom land; near Cedar Bluff; 1 house; mostly in timber. 8. Vi, S. W. Vi. 8 17-6; Gus Harper place; 2 houses ai d barn; sandy land. 80 acrer 8 W. Vi. N E. Vi, 8 17-6, 40 acres; sandy land; no nuprove ments. And 70 acres in 16 17-6; sandy lacv no im provements. Ail of above lands are located in or near 'tain road to West Point, and in good community. TERMS: One-third cash, January 1, 1911; 10# of first payment payable on day of sale Balance pur chase price due in one and two rears, with inter est at 8# from January 1, 1911, until paid; deferr ed payments secured b/ first mortgage. This is not a mock sale between Clark and Bright. The public is urged and invited to come and buy. Call on or write GATES T. IVY, West Point, Miss. All 11 vo i fork and portonalty to bo soId Jan. 10, 1911 on protniooo. Full advortuomont lator. NOTICE- -Government Auction Sale of Indian Lands-- Absolute Title Given. About 1.650,000 acrea of land will be sold in Oklahoma by the Government, at Public Ana tlon. commencing November 21. 1910. and continuiug to March 1, 1911. These lands are located in forty ceunties in the eastern part of Oklahoma, and are tribal lands belonging to members of the Five Civilized Tribes of Indians, as follows: Seminole Nation: 8,460 acres, located in 110 tracts, each containing from 1 to 160 acrea. Creek and Cherokee Natijns: About 114,000 acres, in 4.000 tracts, each containing from 5 to 1,100 acres. Sales will be conducted at the county seat in which the land is located; in the Seminole, Creek and Cherokee Nations from November 21 to December 23, 1910; and in the Choctaw and Chicasaw Nations beginning December 1, and continuing to March 1, 1911. Any person can purchase not exceeding 160 acres in each nation of agricultural lands, and not exceeding 640 acres of other lands, either in person or by an agent, and not requiring real* dence or cultivation, as provided for in the public land laws. TEKMS: Twenty five per cent, at time of sale, balance with six per cent interest, 25 per cent within six months, and 50 per cent within 18 months from date of sale; full payment can be made any time and patent will issue immediately thereafter. Circulars giving de«c options and minimum prices of land to be sold in each county can be had on apolication to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Washington, D. C., Commissioner to the Five Civilizol Tribes. Mu tkogee. Oklahoma; Superintendent of Union Agency, Muskogee, Oklahoma; Superintendents of Indian Waroh msea st 121 Wooster Street. New York, Eighteenth and Can.I Streets, Ch.cagr, Illinois; 600 South Broadway, St. Louis, Missouri; and Eleventh Street and C .pital Avenue, Omaha, Nebraska, without cost. Blue print maps of each county, showing locations of lands to ba sold, can be examined at any of the abovd places without Oost, and will be mailed to an v adaress for tl.Ort each. For more detailed information apply to J. G. Wright, Commissioner to the Five Civilized Tribes, Muskogee, Oklahoma.