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^ J *50 FQR THREE GARDEN LETTERS—Page 24. i TOEHM FAKM iAgETTE A Farm and Home Weekly for Mississippi, Alabama, Louisiana, Arkansas and Tennessee. ________BIRMINGHAM, ALA.—MEMPHIS. TENN.—RALEIGH. nTc Vol. XXVII. No. 5. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1912. Weekly = A Prize-Winning Three-Year-Old Percheron Stallion. FEATURES OF THIS ISSUE. A gardeners* CONTEST—Will You Have a Half-Acre Garden This Year?. 24 ALABAMA HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY—A Full Report of the Re cent Meeting. 24 ^ KEY WEST—A Great Achievement. 19 , ‘ ARY FARM WORK—Professor Massey’s Suggestions. 4 * " COOK EGGS—Mrs. Stevens Writes Us From Her New Home. 16 •lOW TO GET BETTER PASTURES—By I)r. Butler. 3 * HISLAlTON NEEDED IN MISSISSIPPI — Some Appropriations —^jijhjaiiiuld Be Made. 1» LETTERS FROM OUR CORN-RAISERS-How Bennie Beeson Made His Big Crop. JO MONEY FOR BOTH TENANT AND LANDLORD — A Promising Rental Scheme. 3 THE LAW AS TO KILLING DOGS AND TRADING HORSES—By J. W. Bailer. 32 THE THREE-YEAR ROTATION FOR COTTON FARMERS—How It Can Be Made to Improve the Soil . A WHAT MISSISSIPPI STOCKMAN ASK FOR—Legislation Approv ed by the Livestock and Dairy Associations. jjq WHAT TO DO IN THE GARDEN—Timely Suggestions. 31 WINSTON-SALEM’^ GOOD EYXM'TK—Brizes Worth While 18 -ttlMEKK I'LOVV.N.; THK Km-*-. . ■.! ! :