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OUR CLUBBING LIST.
pr re Our price evthetwtj; for K>th, »1.J« Tri-Wfea;y At.ants Constitution |J.iS I'W Weekly Atlanta Constitution un t.nd Sunnv South. ,'mj i Si N. Y.Ttmce-a week W.mid._ l.dO 1-00 Memphis Commercial Appeal TS 1 SO Heard's Dairyman 1.00 J.bC Breeder's Gazette . 2 00 l.K! Livestock Journal 1.00 1 OC People'* Popular Monthiv. fcj l SO Woman'* Home Companion . .1 qo l » Suthern Cultivator . „l PO 1 00 Ulauded St.*:k 7S l 00 Sunceaaful Panning TO I SO American Iky ... 1 (to I 00 American Swineherd 75 ao Woman's Magazine &5 1 V Su areas .... 1 « I *0 Southern Fruit Grower _ .. 71 i *-0 Southern ft ur a list T* Moseby Corn >v ell selected seed from corn bred up for ten years. *_.<xi a bushel in any quantity. Isaac Winston, R. F. I). 1. Starkville, Miss. To Advertisers. -o— Copy for advertisements should arrive in the office of the Gazette several days before the date of issue. Owing to a failure to do so, somebody desiring to ad vertise i s disappointed every issue. Advertisers in the Gazette are get ting MORE BUSINESS THAN EVER BEFORE. ▼RPt® fur fruit, nut*, »ha«lr. * ■lfcfcw A l*o * h r u b b c r y am) ’ i. r \mjmrgw + «tnu ’dp- < pemotijc* our leader* A I otxoclally ' railed to <»4f* Mr territory. A ok for catalog and price*. I* MERIT IURSERIES. Wtftrlf. Alt. e..J. The McNeill llrhneh K«-j wwW™® perimen! *“tatlon. Me* ’ Neill, Mi** . ha* for o.rle » and | hooelij’i prolific owl torn. « <•■«'* ftnproyed cotton »eed, (k- »i!r Van »aert potaUje* and kpjns»l peanuts 41 f!.*0 per Sjohrl a'*- chufao a* • 4. a I uohe!. Slock A Poultry FFNHF ■mwwwww\11 • • ••• mHM SO 4.ror»*?ofo oT*^ UW YOUR AO IN THE SOUTHERN Farm Gazette. Please sav that when writing to adver- I timers Horse Sores Kduor Gazrtti Will you please tcli me what to do for a horse that cut the muscle off of arm just below the shoulder ten months a^o, inaj wire fence? It healed up quick ly and nice, then in a short time! puffed up. bursted in three' places, still continues to run freely, and keeps the horse vtry lame. J. S. Gunn, Hand, Miss. Answer by Veterinarian J. C. ivoocrt. Agricultural College, Miss.: Would advise that you probe to the bottom of the wound and see that all of the pockets of running sore are open,. Every one of the openings should have free drainage. Inject the open ings out once daily with a 2 per cent, solution of crcolin, and oil the parts below so that the skin will not be scalded from the dis charges. Canadian White Peas Edi i oh Gazkttk: Please tel! me what you know about Canadian white pea*. Will they grow here ' Arc they pro lific. what time should they be planted, and how many per acre ' I want to plant them in clav land for hogs. Think the hogs would eat the peas and the vine. W. V. K. Answer by Prof. E. K. Lloyd, Agricultural College, Miss . Tv.. i. __ _ • ** •* » IX. C .» I V. al>out the name a* our gardes * I ngimh pean. They nhould be planted mixed with oatn about the lam of February or firm of March, using 1 bu. peaM and 1 bu. of oat» per#acrr. Mowing i broadcAMt. The hogn will cat the pean. but very little of the vine. The combination of oatn and pean make an excellent bav. j Make fiO Cents Ity getting two friend* to nub* arribc to the flazcttc. any one can get the (.a/ettc one year free. A half dollar can al»o be made b\ Memling $1 for three yearn’MubMcription to one per non, but all three yearn mum be) in advance. If the nubneriber in1 behind on hm nubscription, the arrearage mum be paid before he ran get three yearn for fl. Special Clubbing Offers: Southern Farm Gazette.-.. > I three yearn all in advance...*.f The Southern Cultivator $1..j " t C/ ent o _ . (• _ i uc tMjuvucrn r arm vrazciic fCta*.\ Southern Fruit Grower 50 eta..( ffllj Breeders' Gazette $2...) *** # The Southern Farm Gazette 50cts.' Peoples’Popular Monthly SOcta.♦ til f Successful Farming 50 eta.\ Woman’s Magazine 10 eta.„. The Southern Farm Gazotte 50 ets.| 4 /x/x Southern Fruit Grower 50 eta./ .||(J Pearson’s Marine $1.50.* fill The Southern Farm Gazette 50 eta.\ ^1« Jv/ Live Stock and Seeds M.r.c* ami fine horara. One of tbe fineat bred three-year aaddlc tdalltoue in the t'nltrd Htalca, WOO Alao aome choice Ked Poll bull calves The\ arc the kind y.>u would like. Leapedeaa striata and red ruat proof oata ’ Yo » will find them very choice. J. !1. McGEHRK, Laimkl Hill. I.a. Culpoppor Cotton, Croat Lint Producor i ulpepper Kcimproved Kxtra Big Boll, the mo*t prolific cotton on earth, i* early and turn* out more lint than any other big holi variety known. It doc* well any season on any soil, is easy t<> pick and easy to gin. I have a limited quantity of fancy select seed which I offer at very low price*. I bu. $ l.SO, 5 bu. $A.75, 1" bu. *12.S«>. J. K. Cl’LPKPPEK, Li'TiiKKsviixK, Ga. Huntsville Wholesale Nurseries EatablUhcd 1872. HUNTSVILLE. ALA. Wholesale Prices to Nurserymen and Orchardists. hrntMTto. |>*i Fir*, l’rart. Hu .Ma«t ami <irnfte>l 1‘rrana, ritima, F ricrrU* Hum* ami Magnolia* TFir I’inite. f Vuisrry at Munc.tillr, hating tha langr.t aervag*' of any nurau In «!»e t'nllc«l .“late* Kri>uiatlon Ule hlgheal for noil grown in*-* irtjr t«* name In inmoo from Nunwryinen amt Orvhaottut* etrrynhrfr Nothing aoi.l at re la! I. I*rl<*e* trill n«>t Fiegirrti nor onler* aoorpir.1 for Iom» than SHI tree* t'atalocur* (Irwrltilng tl»o lutel mark''! rarietta* an t riptatnlng our term* upon ai>p!li-*tlnn. Ailurea* W. r. HMhK.u, MiMuti. HuaUrlU*. Ala. 01 IIJTQ FOR SALE AT iLnli I 0 Agricultural College, Miss. K m! of plant* I'*) >'M IlKM) SOO*’ Strawberry . . . b» 5125 *2.00 $9 00 Cabbage (coldframe' . .. 15 .3" 1.30 2.25 10.00 Tomato 'hot bed . 15 35 1,5o 2.So ll.Ob Tomato <transplanted * 2" .So 2.00 5.50 IS 00 Tomato coldframe' . 25 .7o 3.oo s.5i» 25 00 l’cpper ..15 t»o 2 25 4.0o - Kggplaiit . 25 1.0b 1 Ob 7.00 Write for catalogue gbing varieties, description ami prices of all 'egetr, »• i« «inl n-’verlng plants we have tooffer Address A 0. NfrKA^f When wrijjhtlnj; please mention the G*rjrrTK