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| _ WELL LOOK AT THIS!!_1 When you look for anything always look at the right place and you ought to know by this to look at % COLES-CREEK STOCK FARM for the best livestock in the South and they sell them at Comon g Sense Prices, and you can be cocksure of getting VIGOROUS Stock from them. I hey have lenty of room and g S give their stuff the freedom of range God intended they should have. Thev now have for sale a 1898 and a 19o3 g HEREFORD Bull (registered and immune, guaranteed.) chheap. And chickens! why you can buy early spring S S S. C. W. Leghorns, pure bred and the best strain on earth, for SI 00Ch. Don t delay, for waat they offer goes g yiuick. “Wouldn't think of accepting a cent for this advice old friend, tho its money to you if you follow it. K y R. H. IHRIE, Prop. j£ ItrjrartrciTuI ■» i n . . . I,, ^^l^1^1^urru-r-Jxurrurri-r.|.y,^a- 4*.. IHR'E. MISS.^ ^ ^ |fc ElaM Stuck Faro: Registered Red Poll Cattle. ‘ >nc *i\ vest- old bud.$175 Out 1 vear o*d bull. foO Two 5 month* old bull, each *5 < )ne > month old bull . 75 2 lb w. *. jjr.iilc bull, each .. 50 ~ 4 w. 'i ^radr bull calve* . 55 4o head of choice h:trh tfrade Kr*ev heifer*. 20' head oi choice lit^h ^rade Jet sc v cow .V) One 5 year «.Jr! I’urc blood Aberdeen Anuu- Hull. .1 No. \| Will TIC. \Yhilr«*lowu. Mis*. V < »ii I M $1,000.00 TO ANY TAMIL. Blakeiec's Industrial Cyclopedia. I or tIre h«*mr, for the for the hoy a, the mechanical farmer, the handy hmmrwlfc and fjirla at home Mow t*> bu Id and tc-pair any I htog and r\rryihi'tj,* IllufSANti- OP PACTS. Thin »•«* ;< omit ainn729*»c t \vo rai.fcs ■ini over 2‘M u,t.t si KatioX* ami will tie urn! by mail |vnt|iaii) to any add re** m I'nited Staten mi receipt o( price Price in henry pap* i co*cr II.CO, h.indnomcl v In ond in vloth $.t 00. Addrenn. P. SIltf.KY. 2*7 K *1-1. SL. N, Y. City. V. WIE39, - " " Breeder «•( nuirbred iteiefor*! Cat* (Kanrh tit (ioliai) cmtmy. Tc*. i "all cattle rat eii southed <|iiarantinc line" IW*th “e* k for nale Ad r***>nSi7 ileati* moot. T«*xa». For Sale. “Prime White and Red Shal lots, $1.50 per hunhel. SUNNY SOUTH FARM, lia\ St. Lunin, Min?. l ull Seeding of Alfalfa. 10 i in-; oazktte.—As the time is drawing near for f all seeding of alfalfa and a great many are con'em plating sowing from i »m,»!l patches to large fields, I would like to give them the bene tit of what experience I have had along that line. In the first place 1 am a firm believer in fall seeding of alfalfa in this climate. South Central Kansas. You get quicker re turns in fall sowing than in spring and do not have so much trouble with the weeds and crab grass. t'lowutg anu lilting me groom. i should commence as soon as the j crop of small grain can be luk. n ! off of the ground. 1 would nol j plow tbc ground too deep unless I had lots of time to puck it, as packing the ground is very es sential to getting a good even stand. The scod arc small and will not germinate and grow thriftily without a g«»od seed bed. Plow tbc ground and wait until a rain comes sufficient to wet the clods through, then harro v as soon as the ground is dry enough i Then put a plank float on it^ crosswise of the way it was plow ed U the clods are soft enough to pulverize, and if not wait for another shower. Then use the float. Should any kind of vege tation come on the ground put the harrow on and kill it. He sure to kill alt volunteer wheat or oats before seeding the alfalfa. Ah to time and way of seeding any dav from Sept. 1 to 25 is a good time, anvwhcrcsoiith of the center of Kansas. How and what to so it with depend on the ground and the season following. If I knew would be dry with light showers I would use some kind of a drill with a press wheel but if heavy rains come after sowing with a drill, just as the young plants come up nr before they are ten days eld, the drill furrows will fill up and cover the voting plants. Another good wav and a sure one is to sow the seed mi the smooth surface as the float leaves it. harrow with a light harrow, then follow with roller to pack the soil around the small ' , I HCi <1*. to insure good germination As to how much seed there are .» good many different opinions, but if the ground is thoroughly puiver / «! and packed 15 pounds is plenty to an acre and I consid er more than that a waste of seed. If the fall is rainv the young almlfa will get from six to ten inches high, but whatever \ou no no no', pasture insmc oi one year from the time it was sown. There ia no clanger from winter killing unless it gets very dry and if it does kill out some sow seed on the thin spots and harrow it in well the last of March. A good harrowing early in the spring will be a great benefit to. it I would not advise disking fall sowed alfalfa in the following spring as the root* are small and tender and the disk would de stroy some of them. It can be disked alter the first cutting aud not injure it at all.— Preston Wyckoff, in Breeders Gazette. Low rates to St. Louis. One fare plus 25ccnlsOct. 4th. to Sth. inclusive, via Mobile & Ohio K. R. Attractions will be the Annual St. Louis Fair, Veil ed Prophet and World’s fair grounds and the mammoth build ings under construction. Apply to agents for particulars. MORPHINE OPIUM, WHISKEY, ANO ALL DRU6 HABITS. 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