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Drops of Dairy Cream. All ** Fat a* Batter With Golden Hint* to The Southern Farm Gazette Header* for Succemful Handling of Many Every-Day Dairy Problem*. Registered Aberdeen Angus Bulls. About 13 months o’d good Individual*, *lre and dams good Individuals. Prom some of thet>est he'd* of Ml**ourl. immune to ticks. They are worth 9160 each and can be had for 9100 each. •• r. ROTTB- Rta. 1. Crawford, Mlaalaalppl. PLUM RIDGE JERSEY HERD 1S0 Head. Imnmne to Texas Tick Ferer. Can fhrnl»h young bulls and heifers by COMHINATION'H CJUKNON LAD SfiOfTi, an excel’ent son of celeb-sled CJUKNON LAD, out of Deep Milking Dlploma-Combl* nation dams; nr by the superb PLYING PoX bull, AGATHA’H CHAMPION P'»X 9T«2i (Import'd), whose sire and dam were champion winners all over Jersey In 1903, out of excellent young dams of GOLDKN LAD breeding. Baglatarad Barkahlra Riga for Bala. GEORGE WHEATLEY, • • Greenville, Miss. All who have many dairy cows should write the Department of Ag riculture, Washington, D. C., for a bulletin on tuberculosis. If a crop of corn or of sorghum Is raised for summer feeding and not all of It Is needed In summer. It need not be lost. Cut It and store It for dry forage. Is the dairy profit small because the pasture does not yield much feed? Maybe It needs a greater va riety of grasses for a large yield ot food and for a large portion of the year. A leguminous pasture plant will do for sod land what a leguminous plant would do on plowed land — make the soil more fertile In nitro gen and cause a larger yield of the other plants growing on the land shall stick to the one breed nnd bulls as often as necessary. This will make It possible to use a registered bull at less cost than a grade. If the grade Is owned exclusively by one man. The registered sire would re quire a smaller outlay at the start and the cost of keeping him would bo less for any ono part-owner. Money will be saved In the end when there Is a considerable dairy herd on the place. If a veterinarian Is got to test the cows for tubercu losis. If the owner cannot do It him self after reading bulletins on the subject. To allow affected cows to continue In the herd will spread the disease and finally cause heavy loss. To produce a strong profitable heifer, the dam when "carrying the calf must have food that contains an abundance of all the elements that are eawential to the formation of Dairymen too generally buy feed that could be raised much cheaper on the farm: and while their Income Is good, their outgo Is so big that they are lucky If they have the manure and aklm milk left as clear profit. In selecting a dairy bull, learn all possible about how much and how rich was the milk produced by his dsm. snd go on back with the Inves tigation among his grand-dams if It can be done. If his dam and grand dams have been good producers, the chances are that his daughters will be. If wanting to grade up a herd for dairy nse and finding the cost of a high-class bull too high, try to inter est neighbors to take up the same breed and share expenses; agree that all who enter the agreement every part of the calf. The times be fore and after the Independent life of the heifer, though In a sense taro periods, are really one period of growth and evelopmenl: and If the calf la not well nourished before birth. It will be like a pig stunted after birth— hard to make much of. Mr Dairyman, do you recall the time last summer or the summer be fore. when the pasture was short and the cows fell off In milk? That trouble could have been prevented then and can be prevented this sum mer. by having gome succulent crop growing to be fed when the grass Is short. Money will never be mads easier. Not a targe acreage will be needed, but It shoutd t»« planted ; where It can be conveniently used for \ feed. Do not overlook this point Dairying Helps Other Lines of Farming. Dairying can he used successfully In combination with other special line* of farming, and some cannot get the best returns from the dairy unless they do combine dairying with other kinds of farming When butter U being made, there Is the Kkim milk that haa high feeding value If It la not pul to good use. the profit from the dairy cannot be as good a* It should be. Hklm milk develop* p!g« very fast. It aids aows with large Utter* t<> give more milk for the pigs Combined with grain. It makes grain give better returns per pound In fattening hog*. Kklm Milk for IHmltrj. It helps to develop young poultry rapidly, being a very fair substitute for meat for this purpose. it will not wholly supplant meat, as shown by test* at some of the Experiment Stations; but It la doubtful that the ordinary farmer, who has but a amnll flock of poultry, would gain much from hl» extra troub:e and evjrense of unjng fresh cut hone or b«ef scrap* as poultry feed. If he haa plenty o> skim milk to use Home farmer*, however, should not atop with the of lolik; but should uae fresh cut bone or meat scraps In some form, either refuse parts of fresh meat or the prepared meat scrap* for snio tyy jtpMtyry supply bounty*, One danger In using fresh cut bone or fr^wh mdBl l*”(b*V«lP* f!r*t sHrgkei nt decomposition may atari In before ibe feeding la done, and cauae bowel trouble. With the prepared beef meat scraps there would be lets dan ger. Atl thla applies to feeding lay ing hen* as much aa tl does to feed ing growing birds. Pulling Profits In (he lent) and Crop*. Many dairymen have prospered, even though what they sold from the dairy did not more than pay the dairy expenses They saved their manure in the best condition and used It for building up their soil The yield of their crop* per acre In creased nmarlngty, It did not all | come about In one year. First one patch of land was Improved, then an other. and still another, till the whole farm wtt* In belter tilth. In the course of time the whole farm had been manured a number of time* Whether the crop wna grain, graaa. vegetable*, cotton, or what not. they made a given weight of the crop with only n fraction of the work that had at first been required. Their dairy cows should rightfully have been credited with this gain, though the gain did not show tip In the di rect Income from the dairy products sent to market. Pure air. fresh water that Is clean, enough food that la made up of a variety, rnaaonable exercise, and pro tection from the elements, th«qf* are, Vhat main* ‘winter eggs. • - * • No Jersey F’Qrrm In the World ■ AM IN MKRVICR MIX URRATRR BULMI Tllbl* BRICHWOOD. II' H«<l« ttgvpUan'a Kern I ad. tfflR. 1st rrlse and junior championship al Lasing ton aad Ml l oots fair-, CO: winner 'carting c'a * Ohio and Illinois Hiata Pair .'OR; Winner or R-jrear o'd *nd reserve champion al World's Pair, 1'C <j) Koma'ne I-** Owl, a *o» Tb par rent of in# blond that pr du ad PI) tog Pob, son of 1 he owl Imp., IM i rls* o«er J«rw«, t! and other pria-aon the le’anr ; hla dam, 4th prise In ring of O cows public tw>t 41 lb- 4 os , over v.000 be milk In a rear. (8) Blue Belie Duka of BHimora. Tcaaa, fu'l brother to let p'tse pearling. Junior rbamplon ard reserve for Kind champion -1 l^uis e*position: »on of »*ee|Btakr* and special sweepetakea li at l*an - merlcan, bl* dam still greater yie'dcr than the one above. 14) (ioldrn let * riuaranty. fDiMt, srar 4*oo «f fa moua O Idon l ad ard 4'umlas I-ad, air* of Pipan c|a> King. Ouar.on Ijsd. and oth* r noted ores, (ti Dairyman's Dairy Bov, PM , full b<o*»-ee to llmwp I e«le <bd -• w), \ bro. io Bro* n B-rale iimh nv'.Ki I .on le herd: lei Cdsma great ylvider*. ill inplon-aof MUD rook, Bits, elr* of 4 In list and eon of t'hromo (service to l in i oiumilan Hard al World's Pair), (be famous Diploma being big tire's air* and bl* dam * sir* A^reef* all aw*« -ad both *•*•* gear- M. *. IMHIM, P»rW*r fetor. aa'aad agaleet itch favar for aal* al right ^_ „ prices rrgasgarf, Poll Cattle *A00WAH M1AD0WS HIBD VMV FOR BUTTER AND BEEF. RrgUtervd, immune to tick fever. Over 50 full-blood* in herd. the largest and oldest htrd in the State. The best dual purpose breed for the South. An attractive lot of heifers—one to three years old—now ready for sale at reatonable prices, also an esceptional lot ol young bull calves. Come and see them. W. S. Turner. Crawford. Lowndes Co.. Miss. a r. t» Xo 1. on Mot>ii« a Ohio H*jr. HflTFTVTXTJT'HTfYrHfYTTTXTTffVTV If aa, you no doubt ratolred frea. on* of thane button* froi the A C. nhUxLkim jrmt hr lh« N. II. Mitch Ca, tb* Ur fieri V^fUMekhl I'Unl (arm combined in the vertd. Wo »ill he g l*»l to ho ee your order* for cabbage and garden planteol all kind i. raiood In th« open air. Special esprea* lWi» ftKee a* toikmer—IjOOO t > S.OOOM ft JO pet 1.000; SjOOO ». - u .fl to UjXO .1 si is pet 1,000; OT*f 10 000 et 11.00 pet l.C03.f.o b. Jf MJ..M 1 ml<r..u::b» et< ■Ht »t >e»»U tu W^I r«Ktw4 Ui eel . iJr »•--*»• Mnh*. rwuM irwb»trf* »*U>*«iui e-ijw Uin 'mnjl.. ^ Pea*f^.^^^B 1)1* * It.tu. li. U.» W»»H> « u4 f »t Willi «| cob* Ueopwala area b4 be. K. H. BUTCH CO.. Mwett. S.C. ' Wm. rv /x 11 ^uwiJMM^uui* CMITi^iQ*n'1' "tiTCg •ifiW'"// *****•'"•— ywg.av.~w. ■!.»», “V uWrtuSr&»*M»y/ - . .. IftAIIRMAfMt MHt.n _ IA A A r°,,)f »•*»• E»PMIMC« »nJ Reputation. Fifteen Tboutand Saiufted Customer* IQrtfll I WWW Our Mock euaraotaed to prove satisfactory or purchaae pike paid for aaiua re- I dW I funded. I hlity Ihouasnd dollar* Paid fa Capital and our Reputation behind guarantee. / Aah your Ranker about u*. Why purchase plant* from unknown or intiperienccJgrower*. / - Mot loalog your erupt when you can buy Iron the Original Cabbage la sure to produce satisfactory results. /^T\ I id I to S,*9* at $1 59 per Ihoutand. 5 to MM at $1.29 per ihoutand, 19,00* If All rr thousand I. o. b. Young's Island. S. C. Our special Kipma Rate on \JM I Our Cabbage I'lanta Me Troel Proof. To produce the beat results / uK / In the South Atlantic and Cull State* In December and January. In the uLW/ * early In spring a* land thaws sufficiently to get the plant root In the soil./AT/ ataloguc ; it contain* valuable Information about fruit and vegetable / ting of frrtillrrrs, etc. W# grow a full line of Strawberry plant*. Fruit il^Avl itala. Special term* to person* who make up club order*. /A \ owing this aeaaon ill thousand pound* of cabbage iced, k C Gerafy Co. Pox 17 Young's bland, S. C.