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$1750 FOR OUR SUBSCRIBERS
A great Winter Prize Contest Is Arranged by the Gazette for Getting Subscriptions. The ^Southern Farm Gazette will give cash’prizes amounting to $5o0 on the conditions named below*, and commissions amount ing to $1250. The commission will be paid whether agents win a prize or not. The winning of m prize will depend on whether an agent excels others in getting subscriptions and whether the number he gets is as large as the following paragraphs state to be necessary. If no one wins the first prize, the first winner nay secure the second prize and • be winners of smaller prizes will follow an thf» ntimhi»r nf miK. scribers each sends in warrants. Since the commissions will be given, whether an agent secures a prize or not, one is sure to be well paid for his work; and if he wins a prize, he will be very well paid. Commissions arc to be reserved by agents at the rate of 25 cents for each subscription when they remit for subscrip tions sent in, and everything must be kept on a strictly cash basis. Neither the Gazette nor the agent shall be a debtor to the other, as it would require too much bookkeeping. To be entitled to a prize, an agent must say in every letter contain ing a remittance that the agent is in the winter prize contest. No one will be allowed to take subscriptions fur less than 5<» cents a year, or $1 for three years that are wholly in advance. Any subscriptions taken for less will be cut from the list as scon as the publishers learn of it. - There will be ten prizes given. The following statements show wbat the winner of any prize will get, and how many subscrip tions will be needed to win in any case: 1st Prize, $250 2500 subscriptions required. Commission on 250o,.$<>25 Prize,. 25«» Total earnings,.$m75 2d Prize, $100 1000 subscriptions required. (Commissions on 1000. ...» . .$250 Prize,.*. 100 Total earnings,.$550 5d Prize, $*>o *>oo subscriptions required Cmumission uu MW,. $150 Prize,. «•" Total earnings.. . .$2lo j 4th Prize, $40 400 subscriptions required. Commission on 40).$10oj Prize,. 4o 1 ' i Total earnings,.$140 5th Prize, $2o 200 subscriptions required. Commission on 2ih», . $50 I Prize. 2<» Total earnings.$70 i »«th Prize, $10 100 subscriptions required.-. 4 Commission on 100,.$25 Prize,. 1" Total earnings... «th I'rizc, S'.”> 50 subscriptions required. Commission on 5<», .$12.5o Prize. 5.0«i, Total earnings,.$17.5t» Prizes x, '» and Jo are the same in all respects as No. 7. Croat care has been taken to provide prizes for those who do not secure large lists of sub*I scribers, likewise to insure that each will be paid for his work even if he should happen not to win a prize. One cannot lose anti may win a neat sum. This is the most liberal offer ever made by any Southern paper, and its like will probably never be made again. The contest must close at the time s^t. and will give a good opportunity to put in time profitably during; the dull winter season. Send for sample copies and get to work right away if any of the big prizes and liberal comim* hious arc wanted. Uelav will not accomplish anything Start today to become .» winner The contest ends March U. l*»oy. SoriHlKN 1‘ASM < i AZI. i II, Starkvillc, Miss. Agents. VVc want a good agent for thisj paper in every neighborhood in each state. We want an agent I to solicit advertising and sub i scriptions and also to collect. We want a permanent agent, j Write un for particulars. ercn ImProvcd Culpepper Big Boll grown \/U I I UIM wttU from seed sent out and recommend ed by the Department of Agriculture. I have tried several va rieties of Biff Doll but Culpepper is best of all. $1 per bu. sacked and f. o. b. Starkvillc. 5 bu. or more 'H)c. Only 3iN» bu for sale. J. O. THOMAS, Jk.. Ada ton, Miss. E. J. MARTIN & SONS PORT HURON Meridian, Miss. HAY PRESS . . , .. Are Agents l or ? This FAST and DURABLE STEAM PRESS. Capacity 5 Tons PER HOUR. H RUE US FOR FULL PARTICULARS. L A DM K°od »»t<> acre farm for nale or lease. Well adapted r«nm to stock raising, would make ideal dairy farm. Wei! improved, good fences, plenty of water, etc. 1 *„• miles of an A. A '• • Ivy station, 10 miles of Jackson, 5> miles of Brandon. Address I’. < >. Box 20 .L Brandon, Miss. IRY’S LUCKY JIM1 ON| Or MANY STYLES C Wr ttt.il,. I * * * * . i.tt lx M|«|)t«(l ti. i Ull l’ . UUlYll! *'tt. I. Ui'tr !..r < ui ulttrx any *k'.»v.i t \<>ti tlrtktra. B. F. AVERY & SONS, U*i . Louisville, Ky. IM*mphl«, Toitn. New Orli.«n«, Ls. • Shr«v<»p*rt, L«v. It.xll.xx, frtM Oklnl...nm Cltv.Okl*. Now York. N. Y. FREE PRICE LIST of stallions, jack*, Short Horns, Aberdeen Anguscs, Jerseys, Poland China*, Humes, Foxhounds, Harred Rocks, S. C. It. Leg horns, Pointer and Setter dogs. Bloodhound*. 50 S. C. B. Leg horn ©g&S iL°o, l'*o for $5.25; 15 Barred Rock e^ys $1.00, Put to) i 1 "o. J. H. SlttiK.iuri, Shelbyville, Ky.