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IMPROVED RIVER BOTTO LANDS. I Well located and free from overflow, at less than cost of clearing them of trees and stumps. Wishing to concentrate my capital in my home city I Offer for SI0-000 A MississippiJRiver Plantation of al»out 4tiO acres, practically all open with Residence* cabins, ditches, etc., located some ^1 eight mile above Lake Providence, La., on the river front, near the newly constructed Railroad which is booming that /• gj section of the country. ALSO OFFER FOR $10,000 g| A Red River Bottom Plantation, comprising about 400acres open Bottom Land and 131 acres of hill land, located 14 miles I above Shreveport. La. Tec Large Res’dcncc is sne mile from the Benton Count House, the countv seat of Bossier Parish, 4/ | and Churches, Schools, etc., arc convenient. Toe Cotton Belt Railroad passes through the place. Negro cabins located on 4^1 the hills with plenty of good healthy spring water. A 1 S Terms half cash; balance in 1. 2. and * vears with H per cent interest. Both these places under good manage- § I A ment, can be made to pay for themselves in short while, at same time make a good living and Home for the family Q g £. J. BRYAN, Birmingham, Ala. g Magowah Meadows Stock farm *w» Oilers l'or Sale Vn!i Hlood Kcd Roll Hull Valves at reasonable prices. from good home-rained immune cow s. Conic and see the best farmer's cow champion bull in this State. W. S. Turner, K V. I). No. 1. CRAWFORD, MISS w oiti $1,000.00 TO ANY FAMILY. Blakelee's Industrial Cyclopedia. For the home, for the »\ork*hop for the boy*, the mechanical fartm r. the handy housewife ami eii J* ;<t home Ho'V to j*ii Id and repair any thint; and c*<ry thmfi. THOUSAND.* OF FACTS. Tin*. Irir.k contain»729o< tx\o rA<;» h and mar 2*»0 ii.i.rs i imi ion* »nd will he **ent by mail pooth.iid to any addi rns •< United St*te>* on receipt of price. Price in heavy paper cover $1.00, hand**omelv bound in cloth $3.00. Addrea*. K. LIBLKY. 2t7 E. $1*1. St., N. Y. C4ty. Stonewall. La.. Sept. 7, l'Hi.l. So. Faku (i v/i i u : It seems to have taken me a long time to respond to enclosed. Will try to do better in tuturc. Please credit me with enclosed draft and if both of us survive, I let me know when it run# out. I had the pleasure of meeting y. ur Prof. Wclborn last year while he was helping in our La. Farmer's Inst tutes. Needless; to say that it was a treat to meJ ^ <»ur paper and its predecessor, the So. Live Stock Journal etc., are responsible for lot# of money going from this section of I*oui iana to \our stale for horses, . at tic and hoys and seeds, and if our people would profit more by your teaching it would help them a whole lot. Hut as I told your Prof. Welborn, too manvof t win arc like*.he natives that Bid Arp peace to his ashes—heard ibe live Chicago man lecturing ,»s they cairn down the Mississippi river ^between my Slate and sours i i. e.. when their attention was called to the possibilities at attendant on better cultivation, better stock and the rest. th«*ir response was "Mister, we don’t have to.’’ Wishing you abundant success I an; with groat resnt. J. J. Mamsiiai.. Although their attendance i» large, II auk is Bi mm ss Couki.k, Jackson, Miss., cannot supply the demand for bookkeepers and stenographers. Hoard’s Dairyman and the Southern Farm («a/cttc $l.oo per year. LEIISTEB STOCK FARM I C. W.SENTELL, Prop.l Jt* I mnttw'K or Standard Trottart and Paears. - A. J. C. Jaraay Cattla. Barkshlra Swina. Foi-Tarriar Dogs. High scoring Black Ling*hanH I*i 1 Games, Langshans, Whitt Fan-tail Pigeon*. Pekin Ducks. Angus Cattle Acclimate*! Rcjrl.irrol Her*! *»f AB KKDKKN VNCirs CATTLE at Helm Station. Mi**. Aj»j*!> t*> tie**. M. Helm, tireemlllc. ,it«o f<n half a?ul \ AlM-rilrtn-Atifu* Bull, from weanling* tu yearling*. <*EO. M. HELM, t.reeneille. Mt**. ! j CUARAR. md' s? <fcK AAA BANK DEPOSIT U7vJ«VfVf V/ ■ \ P*i' P»>' _1_ »' KKK Ctwri C*»«<*4 flHHIHMNMBHI i1 uEORCIA AUUAMAUliSiMCSS COl lCCC. Niu^ U .a »4»ijliw« f«n K Wm' Mtt lastR *»» Mi tHMt • !«iusw #*:» i-.tiwu,.: ay* <» T«. *U hmi i* t<. ) ‘a c»s sU VuMity «* itw.4. 'Mit'nfu* frm, Inaivitf A; »*... I UaAity U< «ti mu t*M«! nw FOR SALE A u “x! Sharp!* '« Hunt! cream *ep> arator. < »r co*!$U¥J, Will *«*|l cheap. Apply. Mr*, it; iilr Puifll, Ynr<x»t itv Ml**. II..A 352. Half Kates toKaltiuiorc. One fare plus $1.00 for round trip via Mobile and Ohio Railroad on September lsM‘>-20. W .«■!»« * Low Coioek, ( _ I 4 Rates ;i j « VIA THE ^ | The WEST and 1 SOUT BWEST | This ii a good toute |*> the § new and fertile held; of Okla* jl homa, the Indian Territory and 2j Texas. Low rates—l*r»th single jg and round trip—'in efTect or. thr eg first and third Tuesday > of each i] month for detailed informa ?< tkm. address - *2 | J. N. CORN AT ZAR '& Divldun p4*s<*n, cr A^'ciit I MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE Cheap Summer Tours. To the Great Lakes, Cali form Colorado, the Rockv Mountain*-, and other western resorts; t* Michigan, the Virginias, North annd South Carolina, Tennessee. Kentucky, and all summer re sorts in the United States am! Canada. Low rates via Mobiles Ohto R. K. Tickets on sale daiU to September 30th. Ask agent' or write Jno. M, Beall, A. G. 1’ A., for full particulars. When writing to advertiser' mention this paper.