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The bacon hog, bred from St. Louis Fair premium takers. Will ship pigs in 60 day* for $7.50 each. $14 per pair, 320 per trio. Also long staple Allen Cotton seed, which brought me 24 rents a pound at #75 per ton. Also ■mail red cob deep grain corn, se lected, at $1.50 per bushel. C. C. GO/.A, Port Gibson, Miss. Nswr "Redbird" Strawberry 10 days earlier than Klondike, more prolific and a better berry than Klondike, Lady Thompson or Excelsior. Write us and we will tell you what others think of it. Marlborros Prolific Con. Mcilcii Everbearing Tobe Roso. The ••Flonlli” it the great family garden straw berry. S. WHERRY & SONS. Durant. Miss. BRRKHMS JJj; T choice pigs on band. Price 910 to *15 f. o. b. here. Culls go to pork pen. J. W. Hamilton, lioulka, Miss. SHORT HORnIuLL of choice breeding and very good sndl< ridually. four years old for sale. THOS. uEE. Jit.. Agricultural College, Mis*. Ribbon Cane Seed . ^ * , by nit!, which makes 50 gallons of syi» up. Try it. It's fine. A. F. Wilt sunt k, R. F. D. 1, Yaiden, Miss. Poland Chinas Fine hardy pigs and service boars subject to registration. Do not write unless willing to pay a fair price. Wm. Kuos, Starkville. Miss. Jacks, Jenneits, Stallions, Etc. 70 Imp. and Kentucky Jack* 70 35 Jennetti 35 30 Saddle Stallion* 30 10 Trotting:'Stallion* 10 10 Pacing Stallion* 10 at Lexington, Ky. 27 Jack* 27 at Newton, Kansas. We are In the greatest breeding «1ls» met in the world of mammouth jacks, •addle and harness horses; and we have the grandest lot to show you of any firm In the country. It is to your interest to insj^et our stock before buying. Write for catalogue or come *o see us. J. K. COOK A CO., (-.ciiogtcn, Ky. Branch Barn, Newom, Kansas. Get This Bulletin The Mississippi Experiment Station, Agricultural College, Miss., has printed a bulletin by Prof. J. S. Moore, that all who have milk cows should send for. It describes the good qual ties of dairy cows, treats of feeds, the care of a cow, etc. Various rations are suggested, and the bulletin includes a table that gives the amount of dry matter and digestible nutrients in 100 pounds ot feed stuffs. This last enables an intelligent farmer to determine how he can use the feeds at band for test results. There is no use trying to get s cow t give back the full value of fee in mi.k if her ration is not ba ccd; »nd balancing a ration c ght to be learned by everybody who has a single cow to keep. Agents. We want a good agent for this paper in every neighborhood in each state. We want an agent to solicit advertising and sub scriptions and also to collect. We want a permanent agent. Write na for particulars. Cotton Rust Epitov Gazkttr: Will you please inform me what kind of fertilizer could be used on lauds that cotton rusts on? We have some in the bot* tom that is of gravel nature and irrnora nff writ and nuta nn fruit well, but in the fall it dries up aod dies. James A. Bk.uk, Jerome, Miss. Answer by Prof. B. K. Lloyd, Agricultural College, Miss.: I think on this land I would use a mixture of 250 pounds of kainit and 150 of phosphoric acid per acre. In some cases kainit or any of the potash salts will prevent rust. The phos phoric acid will hasten the ma turity of the cotton and make it fruit better. $! Bargain Three new subscriptions lor one year will be given to the Ga zette for $1, or the paper will be sent three years to one address for $1 if all the time is in ad vance. No one owing back sub scription can have three years for $! till the arrearage is paid. • THE COLE UNIVERSAL PLANTER ••I would not take $50 for the ooro attachment to my Cole Planter." J. E. Hough. **! would not take 8150 tor my HIGHEST Cole Planter If 1 I cotil.l not R;t AWARD, another. Kd* ’ ward Scholtr. GEORGIA STATE FAIR, 1906, Distributes guano and drill* cotton seed at the same time. Drops corn one grain, or more if wanted, perfect pea planter, 6ne for peanut*, sorghum, beans, etc. Gives better stands, increases the \ yield, and saves labor. It is simple, practical, and easy to run. Over 30,000 farmers are uaing Cole Machines with pleasure and profit. They will save you much time and money. We pay the freight and guarantee satisfaction. Write for free catalog today. THE COLE MFG. CO.. Charlotte, N. C. ... - - - - -»• |h^V^ Bfl^^KH^lSnUl^^^ ■"<*- ‘c^-C’ + Hi From ■ SA ■ I the cotton I ■P field to prosperity, 1 »nd constantly I growing bank account awaits you ■■■■■■■■■■ if you plant, fertilize and cultivate your crop with system. A The most important thing is to apply to your soil, about ten M days before seeding, a plant food in the shape of 400 to 1000 pound* of high grade ^^B Virginia-Carolina Fertilizers^® per acre on lower acres. If you follow this advice, your^^^^^^B i ofton w .11 he wi;.( high by the time many of your *Vxten-^HH® «.ve culture" neghbors are hoeing o\er their cro^the first ^^B®|®| time. T 1 m t<»o tliey may have used a poor grade only \ iRtilMA* Cakoiiva K»k substitute. A * k \«mr for a our handsome new alinan:^. or write us for one—it is free. Vir|i«li-Caoltai Chtakil Ct., J®®RB| hacks or r teas. aiunu.Os i»»wi»h,(k. AllBilHallWiWlS Ala. Mawptu*. Taon dm*«r**l. I*. SkbaMui, Va Nu»*atk. Va. tHiiham. a. C. Itiaitmaa. H C. ItelltinMS. M4. DCCC No »uPply«»* demand for honey. Car- QPPQ load* shipped from this county (Noxubee) DECO every year. Am overstocked on bees and will sell a limited num ber at $5.00 a hive in lots to suit the purchaser. All in S-frame dovetailed hives of A. I. Root’s make. J. S. CAVETT, Route 2, Macon, Mis$. ■ — ill— ———MM——————————, % 4 Cotton Seed M)0 bushels Cook’s Improved cotton seed I fl per bushel. In the teats made at Ala* hama hxperiment Station last year of all leading varieties, Cook's made 3the«greateat yield of all. Can also furnish Runnel! and some Berry Big’Boll PAUL HOFFMAN, Wavksly, At a.