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I JERSEY BULLS
Two Keg: stored Jersey Bui!** bargain, twelve and eighteen paths old. BERKSHIRE PICS Eitra tine Berkshire pigs ten •eks old. t. E. Dr mas. Arlington. Ala. rafted Pecan Trees papcrshcS! varieties. It « B.vour interest to plant ihr (. They » ill cost no m*>r<* •hai; rior kit.(Is. Write for »l«>srr p* c list to Foikf.wt. Oif.in Spr nj*. M I FOR SAFE H (>nr male Shorthorn duly re^-*!er--. In American rthum li-<*r if rfn' A % *. ration. No ir4*j*>7. A «n nc' • . Fred Keginterr-i Cow an t V'C.eOu.1 larg,r enough for wtiic* n* \t up Apply to S. J. l»ALTON. lkrmc»:! e. V! Fine Poland Chinas I rttra Targe crow thy hear. 1 <rrv fire bred gilt, iwwne e»tm 1 a *«,- <- fc-r -a ihi Mellow Poland China pi,;*. I*r *% reach of all Imrr* of g «*t p _xr:. China*. Kterj thing; guaranteed a breeder. E. S W uti.Ht. "v ke*. Te-n The Clotetdale Stock Fern Hrerd* the t»e»t in Short H *n i attic, Ib-rkihire and Poland Ch na . <, fiieiio* *heep. Angola goat*. Harr ' !5 t and White P Kock Chi <en». K t> Men am! TqiiIoum* greu- C. rr<-*]» » irree **>Itci*eiI. II * . (taridwat. P? >p V ft.. fFtjHMH, K K *V 1 • lic.oA^Sr Ttr** V Fine 0.1. C. Hogs Am overwtocked and » II »el! a f. n tr o f»»r ».V> f. n. b. Ja. 1.*on T* arc ff m »tc<k immune to eholef a. A. A. M or ton. Jack**-n. VS *%» Engine Wanted A 2 or 2'.- horse power g.»<*•> line engine in g**>d running ord r /.. A. Ferguson. Aberdeen, M hs To Advertisers. Copy fjT advertisements »h >u!d arrive in the office of the Gazette several davs before tfcc date of issue. Owing to a failure to do so, somebody desiring to ad vert sc is disappointed every issue. Advertisers m the Gazette arc get ting MOKE BUSINESS THAN EVER BEFORE. Address all mail simply to the Sot i'lu.KV I* G \ zi T. i and not to mdi vidual*. >tate and I* ederal interfer nce. 'A ill Mr. W. state, for the benefit of the rea iers of the (,a .ette. • ust hvt.v macn money he loses each year by beinsj forced to take the surplus products of tiis neighbors' f*p in this little necrw o* the woods, fie farmers ire so simplc-rainaed as to actu ii.y believe that the products enumerated a:*ovc are as much Cash articles a-> !■» cotton, and evv n some of the poor, ignorant. ■ tH*n;jifhted merchants are so i blind to their own interest, and s to it tbeir fanning friends, that they put ip such sijjns in conspicuous ; aces ns “Highest Prices Paid .For Farm Products of All k n Is. and - philanthropic;*-! are th y that thev don't seem to care n continental what the farmers do with the money ob tained for same. Anvway thev haven't the bra m *ffrooterv to sav that, because thev in their ignorance an i natural goodness of heart an i sweetness of dispo sition allowed the farm r to take an ucia;r *tl . an tage of them bv making of them a dumping ground d th.-ir surr? us undcsir* |able? unsalable? products, he is under obligation t> spend the proceeds at home and with them. I hev don't sav anything d the kin i. «<n the contrary. “ ncv r •, w sol v keep their m >uths sh t as t > what he should d - with h s own. all >wung mm in that rrs *ect the sam ibertv of thought and actum that thev house to exercise for lheti«se vet. < >.ir friend W. Con eludes. *1 writ-* to provok* fnen.llv iht, maml draw out the best ’ 1; he d.wsn't mind be will succeed in “draw mu out the best. ' an f when he doe*. it nur n<n b«- very flattering to his I side of the qu-stum. Mr. W. savs M»t*nd by your home merchants as we s-.and t v our customer-, and ad win be well." And a«(aie, “if you will ijii t ifa. v h sen and stand by vour home : >.<%s, they will stand L»y vou.* For lac U of space, and togt.e others a chance or ex pressing tbr-r.se’. ves. we forbear further comm nt at this time; but mar. with our worthy editor's j >-r ir-ss >ti, and in some future issue, attempt to show just exactly h< v -square" the merchant has st ■ ! t < the farm er and what this "square '-DC** i has resulted in. In the meantime, we would sav to cur farming brethren. Stand square to yourselves and with the world. Exercise a iitt.e more self-reliance, and cease to rely upon the mer chant. Diversify to the extent °* making the farm practicailv seif-sustaining. The more we can raise and the less we havi to buy, the better o:T we will be. D uy that which you have to buy. tor cash; and buy nothing you d >n t have to until vou can af ford it. Sell in the highest market anil buy in the lowest. D've at home and board at the same place and shun debt a vou would the devil. I nderground V/atcrs K ver y body interested in tak mtj advantage of the abundant un ierg round snppiy of water in Mississippi should have bulletin No. s*>, a preliminary report by A*. N Logan and \V. R. Perkins It gives detailed information; of great value concerning the depth of wells, the kind ot j 'atcr, the height to which watci •vdi rise in the wells, where flow ing wciis have been found, the purity of the water, and so on at i»?«fat length. It is just such in formation as any corporation or indiv.dual that is thinking of putting down a well desires. Mississippi, like mo-<t of the ‘ if states, is greatly favored m her underground water sup pv; and when this fact s generally understood and take* a Ivanidfcft ot, liunikj *•*> w i I profit greatly. This should .1 * a«i to desirable people in other sections being favorably i m pressed by one more • f thi many advantages ot the st.ite. Do not let weeds go to seed in the garden. Thev make garden* ng much more difficult the fol lowing year. Destroy theii seeds by burning. When milk is stringv, look to see whether there is not tilth that is causing the trouble. It may come from dirt being on the cows themselves. Scrape up the manure lying around the barn. It is a detri ment until moved, and there is 1 need tor it in the field. Please mention the Gazeiii w hen writing to advertisers, i I 4.0G0.CQ0 Peach Tress T> N! SKi ' HOLiiSALi: X"R E(ll,a. JUNE BUDS A SPECIALTY ' ‘ ' - t to plan (r!s a! H ;r;>vs. A'-wntely fw from ai«* Ms4 v an Tit* * name. Write ft f catalogue, 1 - r orders ebei here. t* 4fua " i it»**e ::r *! ... * *rne to n;i me.I.arif *s‘ nurser n *: »* wur’tj. Atitlro-*. J. C. HALE, Winchester, Term1 BERKSHiRES ~ Of best type and breeding. One choice, ’"month old. bred sow. Price *ld. Two-extra good Ixj.ars ready for service ?2'i each. Young pigs for later delivery. J \Y. HAMILTON. Hi.alka. M iss C. H CURD & CO Heal Estate Promoters, ... K X D - . . an r A< \rs f..r Frisco R. R. t sy i’:> « ■ • . :".!c* ,rv Sites an«i 1' irm Lands. Ht >I.L V 'L’KIXdS. MIS'. Tamworih Pigs They are from choice breed ing stock. Price per pair. ?27 5‘* per trio. Satisfaction guaranteed. (>eo. L. (»aydln, 1 > irlt v. La. The De Litfa! Cr«: m Separators A ' ■ ■ • This is rna!* .y the fact i < put able jsrson mav my il>< La*. i machine **n such liberal terms ?J it o. -...ichiue actually pays f.»r its-* f H •ir .< ■ vc w s d<* \ i>u mi IU ? lh pt 1* I A M am.} s. Atlanta, (la Burr C!ov;r Seed. Hurr Chiser .rrskes the tincst and surest of all w inter pasturage known. Hogs, sheep, and cattle cat it with great relish. No amount of freezing w .11 kill t. l ike oil cl aers. it greatly enriches the ...il. Price, SI.5b per bushel in any qnan tv H. A- DEATHE Starkvill MIm. Flat perches are the best tor chicken*. 2x4'-. laid on the side bein< e xec.icut.