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The Southern farm gazette. (Starkville, Miss.) 1895-1909, November 15, 1905, Image 12

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Tamworths
Breeding stock from St. Louis
x i .e winning herd. Choice pigs
registered ready for prompt
hipmeot. Age 10 to 12 weeks
old. Price $20.00 per pair, $27.50,
per trio. Have live litters of
“amp age and can ship pigs that
•e no kin. Sate delivery guar*
ntced.
' >j. L. (iAvm.N, (iurley. La.
Y. & M. Y. Ky.
Kar corn,
choice hay.
and hogs, in
car lots.
1'. B. Knocbs, Fern wood, Pike
(’o., Miss.
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Newton Nurseries
Ksabli'hrd ls’*0. .C U. Wouelhain,
Prop., Newton, Mn«. Tc*tctl '.iric
tic*. Apple, j*each. j*c.an. plum, mul
berry, grape -.me*, etc., poplar, Iriwh
v.imj*cr, magn.-ha, iom ». lle*t w inter
keeping winter appl* %. Fine *tock of
mulbcrnc*. My varictn •* arc l»c*t by
test. Personal attention to or tier*.
»tt t rny free catalogue beftift buying.
DUROC JERSEY BOAR
A ham'eotm tu’l Moel Pure*’ Jersey
U->*r, twn \car* >>U\. Weight af»out
i «» pounds. Price 125.
M x v A. I.. Kik.i x.
Hrcx»k»> ilSc. Much.
Jacks for Sale
1 .»<*». well bj ed, gc*jd
• e*ii performer*, lour
VKNP'iKT
Mark*ilie. Mu*.
)il Sued < <a try \ r <• jm
i Big V- .» at'.ii *< e«l « til
.**«» to three bairn ait acre.
. ti email lot*. 7**c a bli. ill
.oic. Car lote for !c»*.
it* COrfl toilet' Prolific. .*
* to stalk. Will grow 4* thick
• >n. No trouble lo make 100 bu.
re mi guo«! b> ttorn Jam! I’k. 75c
Si.25. llu. >2.0*. !'. o. b. Kelly*
Ca*.li « ith on!* i.
V. A CullLKY, Kell)ton. Ala.
1 QU < Mic 'll the t« »l mi the
2 WIIWI t.iti Jut sale of rent.
ouUl let a gou*l man run it. 326
s mi tiact.
iKAVKNI'OUT .v Mi 1>U" LI.L.
Ktar krillc, M1 *>».
Louisiana Syrup
Ma<t« mu my farm, |Hir«,citta bright,
ilauit. S«ibl only in new half
li b i 2*i gallons) !“r I" *•*> i a.>h,
o. b. M Igttolia, I*iki la, Mi !li 1
re nee. Magnolia bank
J. V Am "Hi*, bmimwiiaullc. Mis-.
• ammoth BronzaTurkays for tali
5lO.C*n j»rr trio
b*. NS’. N*. I.c*‘.ij*s, Macon, Mins.
Organized Farmers
About thirteen months ago ap
proximately fifty farmers met at
i’ittsboro. Miss., for the pur*i
pose of etlecting a farmers’ dub.
The dub is composed of the
leading farmers and stock rai**
ers of Calhoun county, who want
to larm better and to raise
better stock. Their example is
one that should be followed in
every county and every parish ‘
in the South, where a similar or* i
gani/.ation docs not already |
exist.
Mr. K. J Murphrcc, of Loyd, j
recently informed the editor of
the C»a ette that **A large num
ber of Calhoun county farmers
have just now- found out that
there’s many improvements to
be made in farming, and are
rapidly getting out of the old
ruts and are using improved im
plements. The wise men of the
county are raising better hors
es. mules, cattle, hogs, poultry,
etc.”
There can be no doubt that
this club of farmers and stock
raisers will educate each other
and their neighbors to an extent
that will be worth thousands of
dollars to the county every year, ,
if they keep out of the o-ganima
tion politics and religion, two
things that have wrecked many
a farmers* club. When religious
and political discussions start m
an organ* atiou of this kind, the
members arc likely to conclude
that cacn other arc more or less
unbalanced, farm and live stock
matters arc neglected, and the
club finally goes to pieces.
Many such clubs have a strictly
enforced rule inhibiting the men
lion of religious and political
questions in the meeting, Cal
houu is a good county and
with a good number of faint
ers and stock raisers organized
lor the purj>ose of educating
eaeh ot.ier, it is a safe predic
tion tb.l old Calhoun will be
beard Pom frequently and fa
vorably.
The Best Paper
Kin i«»i< (»\&\ i 11 :
I am a suf»si riber to your pa
per. and think it the best paper 1
take for Mississippi farmers
and horticulturists.
JoL P. Wilson,
Landon, Miss.
4*:^ 4&f^4E£4S£«£«g
| $5000 Given Away j
u IIS PRIZES Also PURSES BY fj
l Mississippi Industrial Exposition and Fair, \
*| JACKSON, MISS., NOV. 22 to DEC. 2
Kxcursion rates from all points in State. Return freight f‘
J rate on all exhibits free. For further information address J
J J. 1*'. Me KAY, Sic. and M ‘.k., Jackson. Miss.
....
IfilJT FAN l° mcet me al JackHon’ State Fair.
Mwll I I will be there with two cars ol Short
lorn. Tolled Durham, and Aberdeen Angus cattie, Toland China
logs. Cot s wold sheen, and dogs, prepared to take orders for anv
iind of stock. * J. D. STOIXillILL,
Shelby wile, Ky.
For Sale, I
Rent or 1
Exchange|
>000 acres of land for rent, sale, or exchange tor ^jjjj
4t timber lands. Principally cut over pine lands, the tf
greater part of which is near the I. C. R. R. and
within a tew miles of Magnolia. A\iss. Also some ffl
4j well improved farm lands between I ernwood and
jjfe McGunb. A\iss. ISO acres ol cut over lands three |j|
4v miles northeast and 200 acres northwest of Osvka.
A\iss.. .ill well adapted to cotton and vegetable grow- IK
4i ing and within a short distance of good schools. if
I or prices and terms apply to f|
| 1\ II. Enochs, l'crnvvood, Miss. |j
I THE AGRICULTURAL GULLEGE *
.Has For 8ale. I
a large number of BliHkSHiKli Hugs l liev .ill are D
uell bred and line individuals- I bis oiler is worth B
investigating. S
Address Archibald Smith, W
Agricultural College, Miss. b

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