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of Best Blood and llryiitirrerl Hume Jrrteya Knr Sale ’ Some eitra nice bred gilt*, serviceable boar* and choice Fail pig* of best breeding at reason able prices Marred Kock t hickens and Im perial IVkin Puck* F,gg* in season at |l toper setting Claude J Jankin* Shclbyville. Mis* O. L c. PIGS From prize winner* at State Fair Magnificent Mood and reasonable price* Write A. A.AAorson. RED RAVEN HERD DUROCS. Very handaotna lot bred win and giita Bred to “IroquoU." my lioo00 prtae boar Alao fancy lot of pig*, by him al laaaonabla prleaa MATT. W. MOSELEY, BELL BUCKLE, • - - TKNN. P01.AXD CHIHAH—BARRED ROC'KH Of u p to dat* breeding. Fine In dtvidua a Hoi king order* fbregga r#n •• •-» l UWH 2. |J per IS *» ten week* pigs lor Jan uary <1. livery All rally guaranteed. T. U. JONHS, OkRViLtK, Ala. I C PICS. Heat blood from finest Ohio herds now ready. No inferior stock shipped. ULinurp, . . on., ain. | DU ROC JERSEY MOOS. Fifty cherry red pigs. 3 to 5 months old Oddly number ot service boars and br*d gilts with individuality and blood liar* unequaled. Now ready to ship. Write for price*. L. M. WntTAKKR flc Co.. Mulberry. Term. ^ ^ To avoid Inbreeding .. Two Poland Chi* na Qltta and one Boar, ot in* highest type and breeding. Hired by one of Tenne ssee greatest boar* All being e.lgtble to regltuaUon The first check* for r» m gets th*n>. ur K&cb for tbs tbrsa f J HAXTKK MV Ml*. !*tU»gton. Miss I touts i Hoi a ClioicsLirgi English Berkshire of tat tjrf# ltd bfsMltti, tmi»( to Unit l*sns TMitr. l-rsd by It W Hudson, «r |*tn«s hut. K« gland. also tracing to |*rtar« I-s* Knight Mtti. Will glva you four to oner • worth U It KiiftRIITW. Wood’and Mlat.lt r l» 1 Saddle Colt. X year-old twirsa roll of 1‘rairts It*:Is and Mar tin Mood for sals. Uuo4 alas. On* sty la. a taaati l*o and china pig* and **r rice hoars subject to regUtrs lluc 1*0 not writ# on willing to a fair art's iso Knot hi oil Is t'upa subject to registration WM. ELLIS. • - SUrkvDU, Mill. Poland China Hogs. My herd are from SUtr Fair, Interna tional and World's Fair Championa. To make room for Spring crop I am offering Fall pigs at bargain prices. Can alaosj are a few true and tried Sows. bred for Bpring litter*. All stock Recorded If ft AVI/MT Trim I mi oru»t' a talon la, Malyorraand Kanlurky Mammoth Jarkaand Jannala.Haddl* IO»r*aa, Trotting and Paring HUtiHona. Poland china and Tamworth I log* Our Importation of H|>anUh ;a< ka wh rh arrived Atiguat 12th l* in* largcat and fluaat aver brought to lh« Culled nuim our herd ot Taniwurtha la head* d by the Drat and aarond nr la# boara at tha Itoya) ahow In Kngiand Our rata og la ■UM«Mat avar laauad by any Ja*k i.reaaer. Writ# oa your wanta or vlalta our (anna J K COOK A CO , • LJCXJNUTOM. K V. - llranrh Harn, Grawrfv‘H/< Taxaa. encouragement, and in a rush of pro foundly earnest feeling, he, James R. Randall, as true a poet as ever sang, dashed off the famous lines— Maryland! My Maryland! They electrified the South then; they move the soul with their burning passion to-day. If ever the soul of a mnn passed Into poesy. It went Into tbls. And If ever deep cnlled into deep, It was when the fervor of this poet made Its appeal to the South. "In the whole rnngo of literature. Is there, in fact, a more soul-stlrrlng war-song’ Is there a poem more perfectly lyric In spirit, conception and expression? It would puzxlo you to name It. "Qo read the entire poem. Con sider It In all the circumstances sur rounding Its birth Consider the variety of the choids It touches, and the power with which they are n trues. HOftius tno tempestuous torrent of feeling, gripped within the classic fold of the polished atnnxaa. j It Is the sacred fire Imprisoned within a fSreclan vase. "He ha* lived neglected ■- a* Kdgnr Doe wax neglected When he dies wo win give him a monument—-m we have dono for Poe. And then hi* exquisite verse* will be collected and wo will weep regretful tear* a* we have done over Poe, when we realise what a radiant spirit had dwelt unknown In our mld*t. After which, we will console our con science* by sending additional mis sionaries to smend the manners of the heathen." Children Happy In Farm Work. Dear Aunt Mary: The article In; our young folk*' column last week' wav a word In season, and I sincere;) ! hop« all our boys and girls on tho farm will heed it. Here in our neighborhood laborers are scarce and the boys and girls have taken hold nobly of the work to be done. Last year my husband's hand loft in May and he and three children, aged from .8 to 13 years, worked the crop and gathered It also with the exception of two or three days' hoeing hired and the hired picking of about fifteen hundred pounds of cotton. And they made eight bales, besides doing all the chores, milking, raising poultry, help ing me to wnsh and do the house work, making and harvesting their own small patches of peanuts, pop corn, cotton nnd melons. Ho I hear some one say. "What can an eight-year old child do?" Well. I wish you could have seen this 8-year-old tot hoeing cotton or picking It, or doing any of the other n»lt« ihlttrta nil A .11.1 I M "*••**/ * t inn y vai vu the farm and about the house. It did not hurt her In tho loam. On th«* contrary she Improved In health and looks from being out In the fresh air and sunshine so much. I would far rather see my own (or other people's children for that mat ter! out In God’s sunshine, working In the fields, than to see the pale, puny-looktng child who Is shut up dally between the four walls of a factory, breathing the overheated dust-laden air from many co-laborers and the lint from the cotton. They make more money than the country child, you say? Yes. but at tho ex pense of their health, at the expense of the hltppy, rosy countenances, at the expense of the natural spon taneous happiness inspired by a fra< life In the open air. MAROARRT. IIKMIY GRADY AXD TIIK WHIHKRY TRAFFIC. As Rxtmrt From I he Great (hwngtans Speech Which Has Ilccome CUmdc. The sweep of prohlblUon through the South revealed In last week's Southern Farm Gaaette, reminds tho Atlanta Constitution of the prohibi tion speech made by Henry W. Grady before s.000 j>eople in a warehouse In Atlanta during the local option campaign In That speech of Mr Grady's says the Constitution, was perhaps tho most meroablo address ever delivered In the United States advocating prohibition. It Is known as "Grady's Warehouse Speech " Tho extract from that speech given below has been used from that day to this In | placards. p<»sters and circulars, and In every other shape wherever tho prohibition question has been agitated In this country. It has been translated In all languages of the w«,rld and ran ho seen any where, aot ten up In beautiful effect. It U the most remarkable prohibition docu ment In the world. The extract following was tho peroration of the address that electrified the audience and which wn* followed by an ( ovation the like of which has never been seen In Atlanta: . “To-night It enters an humbto home to strike the rose front a wo man's cheek, and to morrow u challenges this republic In tho halls of Congress. “To da? ll strikes a crust from the lips of a starving child and to morrow levies tribute from tho government itself. “There Is no cottage humble enough to ©scape It. no place strong enough to shut ll out. “ll defies the law when It cannot coerce suffrage. “It Is flexible to cajole, but merciless In victory. “It la tho mortal enemy of peace and order, tho despoller of men and terror of women, tho cloud that shadow* the face* of children, the demon that ha* dug more grave* and sent more souls unshrlved to Judgment than all the pestilences that havo wasted life since God sent the plagues to Egypt, and nil tho wars since Joshua stood boyoud Jericho. “It comes to ruin, and It shall profit mainly by tho ruin of your sons and mine. “ll comes to mislead human souls and to crush human hearts under Ha rumbling wheel*. "It cornea to bring gray-halred mother* down In shame and sorrow to their grave* •*l( come* to change the wlfo a love into despair and her pride Into shame. "It cornea to nttlt the laughter on the Ups of little children. "It cornea to stifle ail the music of the home und All It with alienee and desolation. *'Jt coman to ruin your body nnd mind, to wreck yr homo, auu It knows It must measure It* prosperity by tfre swfftn*W^ and cwrtnlnty *Hh which It wre<<Va thl* w'brld." F-OR sale:. 134 ACRE** HILL LAND, Improved, half mile Alcorn College, Cheap W-lte P K. HAMMKTT, Vlcltsbnrg, Mian. Young Mon and Young WomoiT Wanted to prepare for position* paving 160 to 1160 a mon'h. Position gunra> terd, rail road rare paid, cata'og ftee. Mention the Gazette, and addreaa WHBBLBB BUBINBBB COLLBOB BIRMINGHAM, ALA. BOSTROM S IMPROVED FARM LEVEL. with TKLaaoora F»t d 1901. Ia no MAKE8HIFT.bat the l«*t one made for Terrac ing. Irrigation and Drain age. Price 112.80. Including Tripod and Rod. delivered to yon. Write for deeorlp tlveclrcnlara. Treatise on Terracing, etc.. Free, ■oatrom, Brady Mfd Ce. 13 Madieon Avo.. Atlanta, Ga. Thousands of Peach. Leading Varieties. Nice Clean Stock. Must be Sold. Prices Right. JOHN A. YOUNG, GREENSBORO NURSERIES OHIRIIORO. a. o. HIGH GRADE DROP HEAD LIGHT RUNNIN6 SEWING < MACHINE ever i-ifer 4. lty our du-vet aellinjr plan, wo aavo yo»' all dealer*' and aaenta’ pruAta. Thla a ,..j a Mtehino ia equal to *W uaually ouUl by Qgout* fur $30.00. Ia aubatantially fwauo of beat material, and ia equipped with -— the latent bn ftTOVemrnta. Ele Cant oak drop-leaf cabinet. 4 drawer* anil full act of at Ui Iuiki !i. We give our binding 10-yrar llurMlx with eai ti mactilne one t.Uay. tiy It :«> •l«r» an J if not fount Iflnei | way aaU>fart<» jr, wo will rw t n ml fuur iiinnyf W e ai a I ha large, y avwn.g mai'ltina ilia Oibulwra In tire S'ulli. amt niafc* |n<>ui|>t ililyrnvat Kent b r cuuqilete ratalugue maiir-i f:.w on appltmt on MALSBY, SHIPP & 'JO. ^^0ept^^3^^tlanta^Ga.