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The Southern farm gazette. (Starkville, Miss.) 1895-1909, October 01, 1905, Image 15

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1.00 Sunny South. 75
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1.00 Memphis Commercial Appeal . 75
1.50 Hoard's Dairyman .1.00
2.50 Breeder’s Gazette . ... ..2.00
1-50 Livestock Journal . .... 1.00
1.00 People’-* Popular Monthly. .50
1 50 \\ man’s Home Companion 1 00
1 50 Southern Cultivator .....100
1 00 Blooded St OCl 7T»
1 00 Successful Farming .75
150 American Bov ..It*
00 American Swineherd . 75
W Woman's Mainudne . 55
50 Peach Growers Journal 1 00
1 50 Success 1 oO
00 Southern Poultry Journal 75
Ut Southern Fruit Grower . 75
f We cati save you money on any
aper or papers published in the
p United States.
Short Horns.
I tie Lime Kock Herd of Kegi.stcrcd
Short Horn t attic are of superior
breeding. If jou want a general pur
jstse animal write me for prices.
' W. <;• KVASS,
t' 1, (Vilombiw, Mi^s.
Red Rust Proof Oats verv
Fine Registered Red Poll
ull. 4 years old.
High grade Red Poll bull
* aIves.
Lespedeza Striata Seed.
Mules and fine horses.
Several farms and Timber
J. 15. iHClihHKiS,
Laurel Hill, La.
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7 i*k»n t *» i»:*. n BEST
•n4 «Hmx9 w Milh. r> i <i« Vmi n>-4*y.
BE It KS H ! It I: S \V 1N K. I miwrteU
HONZKTI’KKKY". M -i mmot It
Toulou*e <»«'«-*e, White Mammoth
Turkey*. " Lite «*uinea*. Purple
tfUinen*. Have the only ll.jck of thc»c
in the South. Mention Uaxette in writ
ing. .1. i”. KO"’KK, llaitlock, S. C.
Farm Gazhi ik. Please say
that when writing toadver
; users
To Keep Flies off Aniinials
S. Avery, the veterinarian and
chemist of the Nebraska Kxpcri
ment Station, has prepared and
tested a compound to keep flies
off horses and cows; and it has
been found to give good results.
It is compounded as follows:
Neutral oil, 4 pints; oil of wood
tar, 1 pint.
Mix and shake well It is to
be applied lightly with a flexible
brush, or with a spray pump.
Do not apply much at a time.
A very light application will
protect stock from flics for some
time, certainly during a milking
period. Almost any drug store
should be able to fui nish the in
grenicnts, and tne compound
will be found very cheap, much
cheaper than the prepared
mixtures commonly sold for this
* purpose.
The entomologists of the Kan
I sas Agricultural College experi
mented with and compounded
various mixtures, to get one that
i vould be economical and effect
ive in keeping flics off animals.
The result was the following
formula, which i* said to accom
plish this end reasonably well:
K’esin, I'j pounds; laundry soap,
2 cakes: fish oil, '3 pint; enough
water to make three gallons.
Dissolve the resin in a solution
of soap and water by heating;
ldd the fish oil and the rest of
the water. Applv the mixture
to the animal with a brush. If
it is desired to apply it in the
form of a spray, half a pint of
kerosene should be added. The
mixture will cost from • to s
cents a gallon, and half a pint is
enough for one application for a
grown cow, while a calf requires
much lens. To begin with, it
will probably be found necessa
ry to make two or three applica
tions a week. The outer ends
of the hair will then become
coated. After that it will be
necessary to retouch only those
parts where the resin has
rubbed otr.
If one desires to be very eco-,
nomical of time and material, he
can apply the solution on only ■
such parts as the animal cannot
protect with its tail; but it would
seem better to protect all parts j
of the animal by the use of the
i solution.
Invite your friends to ask for
sample copies of thillazktti .
Corinth Engine and Boiler Works,
4] Engines, Boilers, Saw Mills, Gang
Edgers, Shingle Machines, Pumps
Grist At ills, etc. Large stock Belt
ing and other mill supplies on hand.
WRITE FOR PRICES. Mention this paper
fln Urgent Request
i The Southern Farm Gazette is making an effort to I
g have more than 10,000 subscribers by January 1, 1906, and fj
m it will be an easy matter to do, if every subscriber will send
j| us one new subscription. . We know that out of our large
U list of subscribers every one could get up at least one sub
scription. It will take but a few moments of your time.
All that is necessary is to show a copy to a neighbor and
a*k him to become a subscriber. The price is 50 cents a
year. Four new subscriptions one year will be given
for one dollar. We hope that each subscriber will
| help us this much. If you should like to have some extra
copies, write us a postal. Address
Southern Farm Gazette,
Sturkville, - - Mississippi. j
I Red Poll Bulls and heifers f
s --FOR SALE—— :
**> m
Jfr | fAi.t. Ki.<;istkkiu»—Ages ranging from 10 months to 2'a years, S'
Beautiful animaUof choicest breeding in America and from best foun- ‘
u at ion sit «■ k . au stock will lie
wild with certificate of inocula- ;
tion by I)r Robert, of the A. A
M. College, State Vetinarlan.
We have never lost a sijjfle an
imal from aclimation or tick
fever after completed inocula- tj
tion bv State Vetinarian, al
though covered with ticks after
that time. 'I he Ked Poll cow '
Beatrice, won first prize $1,000
in cash at the International !
Live Stock Show at Chicago in
last November in general pur
I |h»hc cui.sh, couiiun^ me ill- ■«
jjj dividual cow.'hcr milk ami butter production and her calf. Z
* They are the monev makers; they will pay the mortgage: lietter than *
* bank Mock or 1'nited Staten Homis. #
: A. W. HALBERT, :
£ Starkville, Miss. Z
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