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^_THE GAZETTE PUBLISHING COMPANY.
. I! ,■ , . STARKViUE. MISS. 1
(i H ALFOhD. - - Editor j
K.tt. - !•>' ,u uc spat c furnished upon application.,
c< iT. n ailmiKf hntored at PiistoVllicc at i
Starke ilit a. 1 111 .< t w:.
CHA tiwn ,r ;> ’ t n!l*re address, sen it your old ail-l
droas as weil .is s
RENE W A tat« * lirtbti 5<>tir ftiilmcnpliun Is a ue* uiic |
Ol H I Wilt H , I v’i ♦«,' <>•* ll\— *4*144 nti,4*s ,4% ai!<lrc v** on |M|>cr, t»r
cl**% cl 1 a in h\ c i. r - I
DISCONTI i?'»t ;ihe»s >* it*, continue to rrcei»e this jour- i
aal unt.l th»* publ hr letter *o discontinue. when *1! ariear
a^c must he
RECEI » v/rt tr is sufficient nutiticatiun that th« I
money has i
Address j
N FARM GAZETTE.
STAWKVlLLfe. MISS.
>hori-tiinc. Tm.niu^r n<>np4rirl imc r ich in-1
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Notice
The »I tto «.f the e x j*i • a \ ion *f
jpur suiter :ptioo w ill he nr. n
ittttUC <lt April I- Jl | apei
iit*wrapped m a ninj»te wer.iopen.
be "iir. ant! examine th< e.r.* **
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tier before tearing i’
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»* - A I'l uatoc.
bovcriiijr. Vardvm n h,e jj<
pointed Hon. J \V N«> n.< »u u
local tru**te<> ol'ttoe /V At M. t <»!*
l«ncr. Mr. Norrr»«*nt wni tv-rn
Oetfctflber 2 b !***»•* bt K»e: t \! s
t*i**>ippl. He move ! t j Star’d*
vple in I.S74 where be ha* ruut
r*kt«)»Ml. « aero*. ab**U' ti’.c v nr*
npent in Mobil** Via bn mb a* *■«*•
HiHtcrtt rtian4t»/li *>* H <. I* ino
«X ^Jo. . >|yrv.anttle A^etu y f’p
n0 tb«* death *>' ini'* lather, Co.
Jiitirt S *» (t * it iii JHHl,
hi* its a ft»»-r«- v >t' f> as-amed the
tne^ hatin' a n.i'’ aif-rn n ■ *ad pir*
ti«lipd^Of M. i -li'.r , </. ;V 0*
ttbhvha I’lto:**. l|e belt) tb»*
position until tsV# h«- woi«J
the pat“*r and »#trndrd the A A
M. Colley• f*'V n«-ar. v f >tir vi-.»r*.
Workuik. in the New*; ajs.r ofiice
in the attei iumij aud at rt^bt
Hc served for nearly two
terms as Pawn tar u^Wtii^ian and
Town rierUm which position fir
eddeared Inn !* to the p<-o;»*.
of Stark vdie. i:i Is < i at the m
KVQl r<*«|< /st oi ui tiy cit./rn* of
the Ka-tern J fi- triet of < »!. it
ha Count v. *•» etfr'lo a 1*1 di
dn't fa» KepresU)Uti*.«. * He
tought a har tilth* i^Ui Uutf coil
th.* n><wt^*r<0'>ifnui>< and popular
cit./cO* allot whom were ea*
I *
j member** of that b.xlv
N«» higher coinpiimufH couid
born paid the nrainy jvt.tjg,
i iu tn t'ufi Hit* fliii'.tion over <*ucit
jiio.e .»r<\ poj»u .»r opponents.
ii* at (HHt became one of the;
»e<<t*i. /rd leaders of «hu 1,0* is*.
Uftire He i** x«ith’<r *ji tbn pre* -
»»t r«»a'| inr und other »rojx*r*;
i »nr ms that have done much
l«ailv*i»rc the industrial n.ur*;
e.si**.oi Min9ts%so|u, Th* -crv,
i i* r that he rendered the A A M.
. < oil. ge in **r. tiring the passage
( i theappr.priatidn tor the erec
tion »d a numbt r ..f m nr h needed
biddings SS Id never be forgotten
the friend*, ur that great In *
; . titutfon - j
I Hr. teas re- elected last year
| veer two of the leading cituo-ns
of !! 1 countV Fits ‘tK'i'cHi in
• gHtiiV thr a ppropnatinn *
I through thr i,n*er House of the
|sfssto() ] efttsed. no doubt had
I 01 hi' b to do .iifi liii s. tiii tbg ther
| appointment.
rijr interests of this |freat*
Industrial Institution wdl Wj
filar dell well by J. W. NortOcni
t'.mf K I, Ho^an. thr bn 4! tru«-|
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, Read the ad of the grr.tt florae I
Martin *
1'h«-1« arr a lur^r nu other of
t . .
..ew a ov.-r torments in this .ottur.
Wr ur^c- 0111 r eaders to read our ;
thr advei ttsenirntm care fully1
there Hie a nmaher o» special ■
bargains 1 adt-ertiwed * and ouri
readtwoa^lil'lAtak.- ndanugc
ff them.
. I
Sininionsville Afisp. *...
MH. G. tf. Akt'OKD: £ '*•**-.* mm-s
Starkville Miss.
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Dkak Mk:
I read witn much pleasure aod
profit your Southern Farm Ga
zette and would like to compli
ment v<m on the improvement
you have made in ii. I nad hop
ed that you would locate h r,-and
run a model farm t wit we could
Ki*t the benefit <*: .i practical
farmer in our midst, a farmer
that would he an no eniive to ad
vanced method- and a leading
element in processor farming
and hare lou in the Club.
However roti are in a position
now to do more good.
I am glad to see that rOtir pa
per has such a wide circulation
(>ur Club is making more
_ _. . t- ‘ A I Ilf
uiari iui mrrr j ▼▼ r air
sure!? hut 1 slowly plodding on
towards mo-r systematic meth
ods which with us must cftmc
slow .
I will give you some thoughts
<*n 'he Club later
' Yours ten I v,
R L SrMvnss,
The Kditor thanks Mr Sun*
mrtns for h.s words of apprecia
tion ot this Journal He vertatn
lt pays the Kditor the hig:ites»i
iomplitncnt when k-j s, had
IsOfn-d \oii would lm a*r here and
run a model farm ** The mmi
hers of the Agricultural tinh in
Pike or mi t y are considered the
iwst farmers m Mississippi and
the Kditor of this Journal will
study Close 1V their methods of
farming .*n«l not att« mpt to run
a nnsfel farm in that county
The Kditor has plowed the pine
lands of South Mississippi, the
stiff amis of Louisiana, tlu* sail

dy land id Kastern IVxaV and
I it A It r« t ▲ 1 W (S * I t f Vf < . . . at .1
* ** ■ • - • • I * * If* •• II II
ha* *tudn d the %cicnc** of farm-!
mg for in »t4i - at onr Sc M. j
t'nllege and at 4 (rnivrr*itv hut
he beg* *" f r i’ifu<*nl f»«.m mak
mg a moiiti farm f*.r l*ike coun
ty faritur*
The reader* will look forward
with pleasure for Mr Simai<>n*' 1
article 011 the Agricultural club,)
Mv advert,** mein in vo'ir pa-1
per ha* paid me every time
better than inanv other paper
J K WiMidham.
I read anawert* to all *ub*crib* •
era c^utatiou* with much inter-1
eat and gala lc** of valuable in ,
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0.1. C. PIGS.
A line lot of tbroughbred <> I.
t . tjkii or $h),()T> per
piir F O It. it shipped before
NI4 v* 13th. Add re**.
L. h.- NryMod.
Olio, Miss.
For Sale.
I am now ready to sell pa» t ot
mv S C 18. Leghorn breeders at
rl 5m each, my chickens are Stan
dard bred Kggs$l 50 per 15.
Mias. Idea. R. Kerry.
Corinth. Miss.
*' ,4 ^ Jr .. .
TROTTING HORSES
I want to sell in car load iols
Standard Bred and registered
l rotting Horse*. m v own raistag
or will trade 1 *’ cattle. Write
fulir for what you want.
S B Hopkins.
Dallas Ti:ia>
BERKSHIRES
Only one choice registered
Hoar pi(f left Price $11 ihj order
quick if you want hitn.
J.W. Hamilton. ■
Houlka Miss.
SHEEP
10(>)frade Oxford Down sheep
for sale cheap.
* a . *. W. H. Montgomery
Starkville. Mmm.

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