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The progressive farmer and southern farm gazette. (Starkville, Miss.) 1910-1920, December 24, 1910, Image 19

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Index for the Months of October, November and December. !
tGIUCLLTLRH.
Cain'.—Handling, 673; Syrup Mak
ing, 75 5.
Com.—Grazing Stalks, 686; Land it
718; Don’t Burn Stalks. 755; Foi
Exhibition, 7 62.
Farming in Korea..
Cotton.—.Select Seed, 689; Toe
Much I-and in, 750; Boll Weevil.
770. 706. 831, 870, 873. Don’t Sell
Six'd, 790; Burning Stalks, 853,
878; Anthracnoae, 874.
X Coahoma County .875
P Cover Crops, 752, 782.
Crimson Clover .752
Drainage.—Profitable, 686; 250 per
cent Profit, 6S6; Redemption of
Waste Acre, 687; Practical, 704,
719, 720, 737, 753, 774, 808; Cost
to Lay Tile, 809; ’’Don'ts.’' 809;
Ditching for Tile, 830.
Dog Fennel .702
Cultivation.—Ixinger Rows, 724;
Bettor, 826.
Kami Work.—Lawyer's Farming,
772; Plan, 791; Next Year’s, 676,
735, 77!, 791; For October, 670;
For November, 750; For Decem
ber, 7 2 6.
KertillArTH.—Coal Ashes, 670; For
Wheat. 671, 770; Fertilizing To
matoes, 770; Thomas Phosphate,
790; Fertilizing for Profit, 870.
Crow Staple Crops.792
Hay, Timothy . . . ..686
IjiiikIn.—Building Up, 671; Cleaning
of Weeds, 686; Aiming at Better,
7.".2; Don’t Burn Off, 768; Improv
ing Old, 770; Ravine, 772; Larger
and Cleaner Fields, 805; Redemp
tion of "Old Spot's" Pasture 831;
Our Greatest Problem, 87 4; Ter
ro eii.i 7 9
LospoderH .721
Ll,lme, 686— and Phosphate 724, 770
^Hnchincejr_Stalk Cutters, 703; Dlak
Lor Moldboard Plows, 761; For |j
Horw« Farmer, 778; Subsoil
V?Iow, 810; Judicious Buying, 851;
I Roller, 703. 864; Two Binders.
' Meadow Oat Grass .724
OtUs.—Knll Crop, 672; Follow Cot
ton, 736; I,at« Sowing, 773.
IWan«v—Old. 670; Rotation, 724; j
Bermuda, 850.
Pignut*.—When to Dig, 721; and
Corn. 806. I
• Pew*.—Diseased. 670; Curing. C73;
Curing Hay, 756.
Plowing.—791; I)eop. 669, 709; j
Fall. 761. I
Profitable Rice Growing .873
Rice in Arkansas.788 j
Rotation, 686, 7 70.
Seeds.—Better. 750, 791.
Ten 'riling* To Do.—October. o71;
November, 761; December, S27.
Tenant System.—718; Changes, .
832, 872; Curse of, 832.
Velvet Beans and Rock Phos
phate.762
Vetch, Winter Killing .7 47
Wheat.—Smut, 721; Central Ala
bama. 755.
\ THOIGHT Bill THE WEEK.
Edwin Markhtun, 076; Hon. Jos. W.
Folk, 693; Ralph Waldo Emer
•ion, 70S; David Grayson, 72 4 ;
lean Paul Richter, 74 1; Elbert
Hubbard, 75S; Ferdinand Brune
tlere, 779; Collier’s Weekly, 797;
Woo<lrow Wilson, S1 5; Dr. Chas.
Elliot, NBC; Epictetus, 858; Soe
rutes. 878.
HE \IjT1I.
t voiding Winter Diseases .770
In the South .69 2
*■ Vo Hazy Children .777
Six Things to Promote.777
• lie Hookworm Disease.—S22, 84 4,
866, 8K7.
•’hlrteen Baby Killers.707
HOME CIRCLE.
I V Glance Backward .876
i Dint Kate .885
k | Convenient Shower Bath .703
Cooking Saving Meat. 757; Thanks
giving Menu, 794; Lye Hominy,
813.
Christmas.—Giving, 812; Spirit of.
857; Gifts for, 879.
First Thanksgiving . ..794
Mowers.—Fall Sown, C75; Pansies,
707.
Girls Must Know Home-Making. .813
Give Your Wife Square Deal . . .708
Good Society .757
Home.——Front Yard, 706; Improvo,
122; Furnishing, 738; Decoration,
756; Non-Essentials, 795; House
keeping, 83 4.
How to Make and Keep Lard ..867
Phone, Light and Water.682
Problems for Women.690
Scrap Books .723
School Lunch Basket. 707, 723.
Splendid Examples .675
Six Things To Do.—In October, 675;
in December, 83 5.
Woman’s Institutes.856
HORTICULTURE.
Forcing.—Under Glass, 670; Green
house Work, 7 02; Winters, 806.
Fruit.—Value of Crop, 693; Pears.
699; Marketing, 715; Drying, 71S;
Grow More, 7 65.
Garden.—Winter, 674; Work, 750,
82 6; Notes, 790; December, 865.
(•rape.—Vines, 715; Grow, 843;
Scuppemong, 850.
Orchard.—Fruit Trees, 724, 747;
Home, 724, 731; Peach, 785.
SS5; Borers, 790; Planting, S03.
S85; San Jose Scale, 821.
Potatoes.—Houses, 686; Keeping,
785; Rot, 790.
Straw berries. —72 4, 7 65, 821, and
Raspberries, 803.
ngetablce.—Storing, bSJ; Toma- i
toes, 7 3 5; Asparagus, 765. I
LIVE STOCK. j
reeds of Cattle.—-6 78, 694; Short- j
horns, 710; Herofords, 7 26; Poll- ]
ed-Angus, 742; Galloway, 760; ]
Red Polls, 780; Devons, 79 8; Jer- (
»eys, 816; Holsteins, S38; Guern
seys, 860; Ayrshire*?. 880; Dutch
Belted. 880.
hives in Fall .727
dairying.—Two Cows, 679; Profit
able, 695; National Dairy Show,
839; Demonstration, 839.
'ceding.—Colts, 711, 7 43; Beets for
Hogs, 770; Corn, 861; Learn
About, 871.
leavler Mares .761
logs.—Big, 800; Alive or Dressed,
SIT; Sale of. 840; Breeding, 840.
.ivo stock.—Farmer, 772; Missis
sippi. 781; Restrain, 799; Missis
sippi Association, 818, 840; Hus
bandry. 852; Buying by Mail, 858,
87S.
ueep .
'oplcs for Stockmen .761
Vinter Care of Stock .736
MISCELLANEOUS.
\re We Hitting You?.693
tack to the Farm, 733, 770.
[tee Keeping .746
I toys.—Problems, 673, 719, S02; l’lg
Club, 712; Prize Winners, 870.
Colleges.—Course at A. & M., 702;
Short Courses, 800.
C-o-Operatlon.—Neighborhood. 716,
762, 806; in Selling, 807.
Demonstration Work .860
Fairs.—Purposo of, 692; Calhoun,
Ln., 70 1; Tri-State, 70.">; Where
Fail, 740; Mississippi, 776; Clai
borne Co., 810.
Farmer Doesn’t Get His Share..S49
Farmers' Meetings.—827, 840; Na
tional Congress, 74 4; Mississipp
Union, 793; Tennessee, 886.
Farm Paper and Advertisers. ... S 3 €
Forests.—Management, 749; Protec
tion, 786.
Good Roads .S0(
How to Cure Meat.88'
Immorality of Waste .73S
I-awn Under Trees.68*
Lazy Yankee .754
Cl
Locust Bushes.790 '
Newspapers and Farmers.7 40
1911 Program .82 8 rj
Parcels Post.825
Preserve Water Powers .687
Pure Seed Laws, 778, 790.
Railroads and Farmers .677
Reading.—718; Read More, 688; _
Periodicals to Take, 708; Home,
850.
Etat-Proof Corn Crib .810
Real Theorist .814
Round the World Travel Letters.—
Among the Sugar Plantations of
Hawaii, 7 09; Crossing the Pacific,
225; Japanese Life and Philoso
phy, 741; Japanese Farming and
Farm Folks, 759, 799; In the
Land of Upside Down, 797, 815;
Observations in Japan, 837, 859;
Two Statesmen of New Japan,
879.
True Spirit of Thanksgiving . . . .789
Stumps.—Burning, 833; Puller, 844.
POEMS.
An American Idyl, C. R. Stapleton,
690; The Meeting, Arthur String
er, 691; Ulysses, Alfred Tenny
son, 706; Two Threnodies, Oscar
Wilde and Bliss Carman, 722; The
Plow, Will Ogilvie, 738; Fence or
Ambulance, Joseph Malins, 776;
Thanksgiving, Bliss Carman, 902;
Ballade of the Faded Field, Robert
Burns Wilson, 812; Accounting of
Stock, Burges Johnson, 834; On a
Soldier Fallen in the Philippines,
Wm. Vaughn Moody, 856; Ike
Walton’s Prayer, James Whitcomb
Riley, 876.
POULTRY.
test lype oi tiouBe.
tlack-Head in Turkeys.884
iuylng From Ads.720
Jecember Work .842
Hggs by tho Pound.864
low to Start With Pure-Bred. . 884
darket Co-Operation .714
>ctober Work . 682
Philo 8ystem.764
' X *7 J -rv t
'ullets . .... 656
loup .,.746
electing Breeders .682
/Inter Broilers.820
WHAT’S THE NEWS?
he Week’s Happe«ln*s^—677; <98;
709; 725; 741; 759; 815; 887;
859; 879.
(This index does not cover this
veek’s^iVisue.
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