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Stock farm *w« Red Poll Cattle, A number of good cows due to calve in February and March BULI.S IN SI KVICK ARACYNTUS 52<«2, CHICAGO 1015*1, Combineing the milk and beef type. Place vouj order now for a bull calf, Mississippi raised, tick fever proof. None but good ones registered and sold W. S. Turner, F. D. No. 1. CRAWFORD, MISS. r vk SALb-r uii bioon regis tered and acclimated Devon bulls. For prices etc. Address T. W. Hard v Crawford Miss. __K. K. D. No. 1.1 BERKSHIRES. ~~ Of best type and breeding1 Choice nigs a 1 sold. Bulls not for sale at any price. Orders booked for fail delivery. J.W. Hamilton. Houika Miss. Rtrtforl lulls 1 A few Koyailv bred youngj jllcrcford bulls, bred and raised , in open and safe to go any where Also two or three older animals which we have used lengcncougb in our grade herd and will price \ low. Prices on application. Kancb Abilene Texas. Address Geo. Wo f HoDtcin. Wolf Citv. Hunt Co. _ Tex a 4, bcoicn lone rups. 1 have extra good Scotch Collie pups from working strains and subject to registration tor sale, j 1 also have some very fine Poland China pigs for sale. K1 tin wood Stosk Farm, Gurley, I*a. Rod Poll Bull ~ j I have a high grade h'cJ Poll1 Hull 4 years old wnich I want to sell have used him two years and have bought a thoroughbred I have some very good heifers the offspring of the Grade Hull be will weigh about 12oo lbs. J have also a number of good milk cows with young calves and a lot of young Springers for sale Mrs N, K. l)i ri'Kt i Ma) hew Miss. Hints on Canning. Before beginning the work of canning fruit or vegetables, much care must be taken to as certain that the jars are in per fect condition. Upon this de pends the success or failure of the work, for in canning sugar is not the keeping power as it is in preserves. We must rely on the exclusion of air from the can ^ hen the rubber rings have be come hardened with heat it is poor economy to use them when they can by replaced at tr fling cost. in buying, select jars which have glass tops and when receiv ed, each jar should be carefully cleaned i nd scalded, if vou are using tin cans, fill tbc crevice around the top with seal ng wax and set aside to cool a little, ther press the wax down with the fin gers and fill again, and the wa* will be pressed so closely that n* air can force itself in the can. Cans filled in this way w ill keep the fruit as well without sugar as with it. and fruit has a fresh er taste when canned without sugar. If acid fruit is sweetened, a little soda put in first will lessen the jamount of sugar required and it will not injure the flavor and half a tcaspoonful to a qtiar' of fruit is about right. Have ; mouthful funnel to use in filling the cans, and this should I* cleaned and scalded before usin* and there is nothing better thai a bright tin dipper tonne in |mur mg the hot fruit in the can. Some housekeepers think tha' _ . _. _ / . * ‘r i All* I • UIV' have become discolored or soiled but if these cans arc properh cleansed, fruit will keep as well in them as in new cans. First rinse out the cans, then put the boiler on the stove and ’ill two thirds full <>f water and at d enough pcarlinc to make strong «%ud* and put in as many of the jars as it w ill,hold w ithout crow d ,ng anti allow them t*> hod for 2< minutes. Remote from the boil cr and rinse anti drain them, and if the housewife will employ somt idle hour in cleaning all the t.i cans anti glass jars and hav» them all ready before canning day her min<l will be greatly re lieved to kntw that she has onh to till the cans. Makiiha, in So. 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