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Farmers Institute Talk.
Mks. < . S. K vi u i s, A crving need :s hett« r road“. and it is to *he credit of tins in stitute that the improvement of public roads > one of the sub jects under discussion. Gentle men allow me to sav to vou that l trust that the information gain ed from this discussion will be put into practical application in exery road district represt tiled in the gathering. It is just as necessary for young people u seek society as it is for the wind to blow, or Mowers to open. Better roads, giving n#- better social a Ivanta ges and opportunities will g<* a long wav toward solving the »kP<ik'ir> rr» . , i It. it« l.t 1 ■ . . . . r . . ... . | ' » - r »r » » WWW »» » S J " • ' ■ * » ’ on the farm. Let us demand .»* «ur law-maker better roads. Again we sav better a state debt than roads marly or (jintc im passible for two or tbre months of the vear. which so materially interferes with mo many of the financial interests and home* con tort* of the farmer. Tb« rnonc\ spent on road making wiil mere than come bars to the tax payer in the increased value of farm lands to sav nothing of th* com fort and convenience to be de rived. Let us sec to it that all present laws favoring tin* investment of foreign capital and fostering i *r cign enterprises be k»*pt in fore, and still others enacted. Our state needs more and . draper money anti i spec ally <b> «> r farmers nerd it. and we «hou d not let the fevy mone-cd men of the state with th«-ir mva inter esls at stake, sttlv the e-i-n. song until our cai ** are dtuird to our interests. I,vert mao n rrv corporation that.an boir rimed to b|»ug his m »nt y her. and mtest it. ot loan it directly to the people, not through th« bank*. is .» putdic benefactor who helps just that muth to bring prosperity within «mr bor der-, and give us some o| the ad vantages we need. liusintss men could not get along without the daiiy mad and telephone and they are almost as necessary to trie farmer. tarmer who Has not had a phone o»n have unv idea ••! their con venience and benefit. .,r of the | tune and money saved bi then us., .nift no one ever owning . nc would ever do without it. So | with R.. F I>. oi mails, its bene fit and convenience cannot be .estimated and we should make svst* to a tic efforts to secure both. Then we need and should have a State Immigration t'om* ) missioner. 'There is ,» tide of .unrest and dissatisfaction all 'over the north and nort’iwest and people arc investigating- tin south, ils opportunities and pos sibilities. The geographical pos’tion of Mississippi combined wiin iier g cat agricultural and grazing resources makes lur naturally the most on pert ant state of the southard she should command the attention of all home seekers.! Hut with n-> Kmigration Com* mission* ! topiescnt h* r clams* and show forth her r* sosir. es t.t the countrv at large, me i- m danger « » being passed by lot other states with less natural ad* at uges. We cannot afford to iet desirable immigration pa**. us by. We need g«K.d t » come and buy up our *turi>bis and*, then the present on nets *r«m the -Slit* *d Mu- n unused lands * an so improve tlte r* maoder that these together atth the row iomer« shall c ru*r our state to. M-wmm li\e the rose, Lying1 a* she do«s along tac m-ght <st r. rr oj the eehtt nent. traversed her entire length by the greatest r,»»lr* ad *A the south lead ng tjffectl* from the prtnetpai northern markets, and resting on tin- oi V > Mi»s«i*tppt can n* r? a ies* than the natut. gat* w ty tiVthe *'r«,*t N ii .* rung nan v HI d. as J W e need a St at*- Kmtgrat <<•» t om ms. «•< o f t » present her to tin wi r’d that wc mav Hr.ure v 11* we d mtii the best nortueru immig r.o tson and capital. < .little on t Cl*. t Nia Kin or 1 h,t»»• .us ncl. -wire «.* , ,\ ri f c «1 < a fi •! a i 4' I a *) - I \ < ,# r ^ > oji, uid iljttrr t<< |>ut tu i ,, v tnuig >hor| Horn* on it t » gr .< • Hie;* re wnlc me how to manage l he in ta ,n ml blot | ot ,nv other trouble that I mav cue .minter. VV K H Would adw*e that you new r • urn the tattle on \oui th.vrr while it i* wet with d- w or rain, 41*0, *iit and Water tattle before turning them on t<» tM»ton . J. L Kami » it i. V. M. H. i i Kpitok Fakm C»AZKl I F.: 1 atn a farmer's boy thirteen years old of Northern M ssiss ippi and a reader of the Six harm tiarette. 1 thmk 1 will be a farmer when I tfet jjrown. Will >ou he kind ecoutfb to answer the fodoA'inu questions, J Is *ho liartieti pears tb* best late pe.irs f,,i |irvwf vrs? Z If it is not th ’ be si what is the nauie of tt»at win h is.' I he drought sure has cut the cotton crop snort. I will close bt r;ivine a few receipts TO l‘t; r I l* CAHHAi#K. If th" heads ate la rue cut in four meet h, put them in t «rs or keys and put a layer of eabbauc, park liuht'i and sprinkle with sill, as if you were saitmj* meat, ■*nd so on until the vrsnel is tilt* id i u-r with water ami dmcc .» fisnne! eft a «»\er tl <nt itid wviijht do an cmer the vessel tijihtlv and keep :n a e td p’ae** H«»*V it) DKY KOASTINi; lAh'S. M I them ti l fit Re erd » ii! vfl iit a L** e fc1 sin* intt s|hi4 on* eieoh till «'rv, w urn wanted t« f use soak «»tff m^hl. <*H»k and *«• »*M»n as ii Kff-n. Well I a«.' cl» *C. Ii* * 41 W ii \ ll!li f, Arknl'O a, Mi-**. \ «»u « «! ertuniy make i*»* mistake n« <* e*. nt^ J 41 m 'il«f a yoil* ' ‘e k. Slwdv *•». K k *"Ii *•* to < a Hippy L l;‘ lii tt is s*n! you in thi* m ill a ill . .mm.it t«* r .i«l the > «. ip 1*4*"tie anil you m»! t< riant * succeed .is a tar filer. l ii*- Ilirl’cU is n it consider* eft A **d jK4f * II 4VI 4*11 US Pile i\ if -t I. ti», pear %•-,! lit 1 h citing I’JetHv' let lie kn***** in vwrtc n ink rtlin w.*« irc or H.i-tt hc'. wa It **-*ch. The t ighl h « i»c I »l * not kmnt. I*. %1 I* *’l , * >. | . 1 .i Itching ih lrc«|M\*(Uiy c.hjh«*i| t*v .1 iwr,i*iic ot niicroHv; >|*k *n/n\ W.ihIi part* well with H<.ap ,i«,j Will III \V,ltrf, JoHoW With .t five per cent t fioim every h.»V -oi'l mice .t we**k ruii m ,m « intment nutU* of oil • .<m| one hit.* *li atnh ln4it!c «• t H.iiphisr to t ne ounce <»( > 4»*o)int* J. t . KllH'.M i. * V. M. D. Magowah Meadows Stock farm *w* Red Poll Cattle, KVifintercd ».• i rl immune from tick (cor, Mtvo l!du Bred Null** Chicago 10158 »^d Cfcisking H353 »» ’he her . Hull calve* for **alc, row ready for ‘•hipmert. Come ,*nd see them. W. S. Turner. v. n. No. i. CRAWFORD. MISS. Shorthand in 20 Lestona l* IKS I* KKSSt)N KKKK: abso lutely most complete and up-u* 'date methods; lessons by mail v \ 'asiv11\. no interferenie with rt „'silar occupation; no difficul* It*'* every thing simple and . c’t. ". ledor sed by boards ot cd» i ition and leadirg newspapers th ;ustands o< graduates. Dc* pirtmvnt 25 Campaign of Kduca* • »n 21? Townsend bldg. New k. IS Actill'vssgH 2v*»i the 1ms addresses that Vive been <lf!h • i cd at tfcc A At \ M College in 15 tear*, selected j V. the Kditor «t the So. Kahm | t. s * i .» and f riu*. J in a l«>* i pa*C pamphlet S,-r»d 15 vCOttl an 1 get a copy of this valuable little b**>k. <» II. AI KOKln St.»: k vdlc Mis-. 1 * , .'•MM Southdown Sboop. J ha r some Southdown Sheep For Sale* Prices reasonable. I . I*. Hogan. SurW\ i e, Mms. AS an A I * V I' KTIS1NG m HI Ml. that most excelent in* stituttun, Har» i'* business col* lege, Jackson. Mt*o*., is offering a lew scholarships at a Hit* bar* IT'Oft; write their . 1 Fine Pure Bred Uarrcil Rock'*, Silver Wyan* doit* an 1 S. C. Proven Leghorn* z\2. per Uor. one and two year* oil). Mr* K. C. li!a**. Ku k dale Ky. '