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Poultry and Eggs
Mammoth Bron/.e turkeys and eggs, B.P. Rocks and eggs. Snow white Bantams (beautiful pets) and eggs. R. P. Washington, R. V. D. 3, Cedar Bluff, Miss. R. 1. RED EGGS chickens that is making good. You will like my Rhode Island Reds. They arc standard bred and fine. Eggs from them will make you money. No stock for sale. Young birds later. A set ting of 15 from pen 1, $3.00; pen 2. $2.00. Mrs. T. J. Cochran, Dalcvillc, Miss. S. C. White Leg horn and B. P. Rock eggs, 15 for $1On. Mammoth Bronze Turkey eggs, *♦ for $2.00. AUGUSTUS STREET, Corinth, Miss. Eggs For Sale Rhode Island Reds and Bar* red Plymouth Rocks. Fine strains, £l per 15 eggs. MRS. L. HKRRINti, CoUKII.ANH. Miss. pOOC !*. C. Mr. Leghorn* good a* a^r^c^‘ the hc*t. IS egg* for fl. A. Steward, >turgt*. Mi**. l)j (|^ Full blooded I hire*. >cr*cy pig* for *alc by George J Uouwet, H F. I) 2, Macon M*** KfHH* B. Hock». 1'* for *1 *•'0*3^ No chicken^ for *n!e. W. II. Kochcllc, Ht. 5, Jackwn. Tenn. Il Choice farm raifted K. C a%W%a^ H. I. lied*. 15 egg* $l..Vi. HatUfaction guaranteed. J. 1). Mar shall, Ashley, Mi**. II. I*. Hock* ami S. C. It. I. Ked* mated to produce prize winner*. None better. Order* txx>kcd now . IS egg* 12.50. Dv. J. K. St Mi n. Cryatal Spring*. Mi**. lafjffQ Thompson strain of *^00^ B. P. Rocks,also Rhode Island Reds. 15 fresh eggs Irom well mated birds ao $3 50, 100 $10. Mks. Oku-ans Thomas, Crystal Springs, Miss. 1^/^ from prize winning White and Huf! Itockk and M. It. Turkey* I'n/c winning bron/e beauties. I*rtck* cheap, quality .nmlcrcd. Circular free. W. S. PoPK, Shannon. Mi*s. CUPWIRRERS Bruce’s Wayndottes and Leghorns Wlr> '* cupk and $.0<i in »rw*h. Hig catalog and mating li*t fnw. Hull Terrier dog*. Harek kmos., Crckc^nt, La. FlJ(N Single comb White Leghorn eggs at $1.50 per setting. Orders booked now. My birds arc beauties. J. E. Dickkns, Stark yjl)e, Miss. name, for indeed it is a help. Guess the paper was intended for men mostly, but I find a lot of valuable information in it. I am one of the crowd of chicken cranks. We had only mixed chickens when we began our subscription, now a beautiful (lock of Rhode Island Reds. Had been setting hens and scald* ing mites ever since we were married, for we try to raise some chickens every month. Now we have ordered an incu bator and brooder. Do not know that you answer such questions but if you do please publish as soon as convenient. i . a a i a U Dl( UICCU3 WCIC UUJ!(IU U produce the Rhode Island Reds.' one neighbor said Brown Leg horns and Black Minorcas. I ditTered, but was no wiser. Success to the (ia/.ettc and its readers. Reply by editor: The ques tion of what breeds arc combin ed to produce Rhode Island Reds is one that has never been settled. Persons are frequent ly found who claim to know, but whatever assertion is made in this regard is so quickly dis puted by somebody else who thinks he speaks with as much authority, that one does not care to rush in with assertions that cannot be proved. Rhode Island Reds are no exception in this way. While we call the Leg horns andj kindred breeds the Mediterranean family, Lngland classes them with American breeds. This is because a be ginning was got in this coun try through several importations from places about the Mediter ranean, while Leghorns were developed for their best useful ness in this country. Plymouth Rocks also are claimed to have been originated by d r< rcnt per son*. Roth Leghorr .nu Min orca* are »o dissii ai* from Khode Inland Keds ii conforma tion that it would be 1 ard to be lieve that the new breed came from a union of the other two. The information published in the Gazette from the pen* of progressive farmer*, stock and l>oultry raiser* and the pens of specialist* ha* lifted mortgages from more than one home; and the title of “Mortgage Lifter" bestowed on the Gazette by Mrs. Gunn in therefore appropriate. Nor should it be considered too much that the Gazette is for meu POLAND CHINAS, EGOS. COCKERELS Young Poland China hogs, H P. Rock*. Hlk Langshans.t S. C. K. I. Reds. S C. Hr. Leghorns. W. and Hf. Orping ton-. Tuggle's Red VVarhorse Pit Games. Choice cock-, » creL “2 fti Sf 50 each : 15 eggs $1 50. 45 84 Pekin duck egfZ9- 13 81 25, 3'* *3.m>. Guarantee good quality. Orders given personal I attention, loth year. TUGGLE BROS., Route 5, Watertown. Tenn. 1^*1 r.yqinc Won prizcw In past three seasons, w JL I Weal. IIgI \ few hundred White Hocks and their offspring that won cream of prims at Atlanta, Birmingham, Starknlie, At»er decti, etc . SI 00 to 83.50. A rare opportunity to get the best of these grand pure white, vigorous winter layers and show birds at nominal figures. Ks turn turds at my cxjvcnsc if unsatisfactory. Eggs, prize matings 83, special $2. other good pens 81.5k), per 15. TONY HILL POULTRY YARDS. Amokv, Ml**. 1. P. Burdinc, Prop. Our Mammoth Imperial Pekin Ducks "ST 1898 Kgg order* tilled in rotation, it 50 per 12. 15 jxrr 50. f7 jxr 10o. HAYSSEN SPOULTRY TAROS CO ,B(i 6. CHUNCHULA. (Motile Count) Alt. \l*o breeder* of Harrcd. White and Huff Plymouth Kocka. S. C. " hue Leghorn*. HUck Javas, 8. C. Htack Minorca*, and R. 1. Keda. Kgg* for *ale Our winning* at Southern »how* prove we have a* good as the >>c*l We are general agent* for Pit ALUM a INCUBATOBS ami llKOorERi. atamlard of the World. Uoac Frvfffi |mhk from Blk. Lingsban s, Light and • Dark Brahmas. Bf. Cochins, Bf. Orpingtons. *W. and B I* Rocks. C. I. Games, S. L. Wyandottes Blk. Minorca*, W. and Br. Leghorns. 15 eggs from prize pens $2.ik», from other pcns$l 50. Buff, White, Black and Partridge Cochin Bantam eggs, $2.5 ) for 15 straight. One to three day old incubator chuks from prize pens 25c each, 2«»c each from other pens. Remember we breed the finest Indian Games in the South, Address all orders to LONG VIEW POI LTRY FARM, Station A. Atlanta. Ga. mostly. Woman's >|uicknes* of mind fits her to be man's help mate in the highest sense, of companion and adviser. It may be news to many readers of the Gazette, that the wife of the edit or is a regular employe in the o!hcc of the Gazette; and the pa per is better for it. While the wife under ordinary conditions should not be expected to lead in the management of the farm, yet she should be intelligent enough to aid her husband many ways and he should he manly enough to give her full credit for all she does and is. The more she reads good papers, the better aid she becomes. On Johnson Grass Sod A. W. U.i!l>crt, St.uk mI'.c, Mi*%. j ICl'l I < 'H (i All. l 1 I : The following are the facts you request about the corn crop I made last year on an old John* son nr.iss meadow: The previ*| ous year a ^ood yield of Johnson Kr«tss hay was cut, so there can be no doubt that the corn was made on real Johnson ^rass land. The 2 s acres planted made a total of l,4ou bushels, or So bushels per acre. The sod was turned under in January and the land was well ditched. ■IRKED PLYMOUTH ROCKS Well marked, good laying •tram, $1 each. Eggs, 15 for $1; incubator order*, 100 for $4. NIKS. J. P. CASTLES, Sraksrxs, Muss. Eggs for Sale Rhode Island Red eggs $1.50 per doicn. Fresh and selected. MISS ADA COX. S i ahk vii.t K. Miss. Leghorn Egge LV l'£ horn eggs, $1.50 for 15. J. W. Yakiiroi'c;(i, lialdwyn.Mis*. IK CCCC C9 Comb lUack IJ LDOO OC aiinorca*. Xorthup uraln; Ha r red Plymouth K<>ck». Thompson Kinglet drain; White Wyandotte*. l)u»ton *train. C. K. 1'au.Owu, Ho* h7, Oakland, Mi-*. R*gist*r«d Foi Ttrrifr One dog for sale. A. J. Hemp* bill, Kosciusko, Miss. Jersey Milk Cow Wonted A thoroughbred with young calf or one that will calve soon* a first class cow that will give plenty of milk. One with second or third calf preferred. W. S. KNOTTS, Uclzoni, Miss. Tell other* about the Gnette.