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E A Farm and Home Weekly for Mississiooi, Ala _bama, Louisiana, Arkansas, and Tennessee. FOUNDED, 1tBB. AX STARKVILLI MISS. SUBSCRIPTION, *1 A YEAR. /olume XIII. No. 33. SATURDAY. JULY II. I908. Published Weekly W ,*&*-' , » /. i • * _ _. »■ «. -9 ^ ^ ; ■ -■ V. 4 5'. IWII «w^g.w . || mi THE SORT OF WORK HORSES WESTERN FARMERS' USE. A. . „„rt of our campaign for larger work horaea on Southern farm., we are glad to preaent herewith a picture of an Iowa farmera team •ready f^r tCduc h“rrow.* a. he wya. Wouldn't any l.rnrer anywhere feel prouder and atep fa.ler to have a quartet of auch aplendrd looking animal* > WHAT Vot Wll.l. HNI> IN Till* WKF-K'H PAPKIl. Pag© Are You a Happy poultry H«l«*r? furl* J»> . 5 ‘ A Neglected Work of the Agricultural College, W. H. Tyler. 13 Bnter Way to llnno*! V«*tir Corn Crop. A U French . 3 Crimaon Clover In Corn . ... • • • " Cabbage and Tomato HlaeaM** and What to l>o for Them . Farming for the future. Chu* » Kellogg . . I® Float* for |*ea» ^ Grading Up for lleef. JJ How to Select a Hairy Cow. ||.m In Hel Heller l*Hcm for llrrf Cuttle, A. M. Worden..... 1 * II• -11• for i.lve Stock Trouble*. J i.wd Chandler llnrrla Dead.... ■ Ml**i»atj>|>i Institute* Ihgln N"« . ’ Prepare for Winter Vegetable*. *“ Plowing Without .. “ Saving Hod Clover Heed. - Soda on Millet and Corn. “ S.e.l Potatoe* for Kail Planting. Silo Queatlona Anawered... Sowing Hur Clover on llermmla Hod _ Th.. Old Ancestral Home: How We Should ' ' nlk Our Ktu Am* . *•», Cureuco ^ H. .. Three Fine Clover*: Bur, Crimson, Alslke. ... 3 The Foremost Ml*wl**lppl Troublt*— III. 3 Why Hotutlon Is a Good Thing. 2 What Has the Moon to Do With It?. 15 Why Hunt hern Farmer* Should liaise Their Own Work Stock. 4 The “old folks at home," our old ancestral home across the sen, and how we ought to think of them, is Editor l’oe’s foreword (page 8) to his series of letters on his foreign trip. It ought to la* read aloud In every family circle to which this paper goes.