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Where to Buy Hogs
of Best Blood end Breeding. DPPIf QI4IPFQ or the neat IIreeding KLIVIVjnmU *nd Individuality for *Bale. Subject to reglatry. L. H. ROBERTSON, R. F. D. No. J. RIF.N7J.Mlaa. BERKSHIRE^! flood onea only, offered for Bale. A few choice pig a at a bargain if taken In thirty day* : J. W. HAMILTON, HOULKA, MISS. For Quick Sale! Some fine P. C. gilt* with pig. Iliac each Scotch Collie pupa, two and a half month* old. W. S. POPE, JUM.Vao.V, Ml ML BERKSHIRE HOGS and SIHKWIC AH CITSVIII SSOF. A fine lot of pig* of beet breeding and try* now ready to »hlp. A fine lot of Jamb* for July and AuguatdeliTery. tVritau* your want* Clovarmaad Firm, _JSEIJIEll TENS. POLAND CHINAS ik>*r« old roou*b for metric*, ecd ot*o elite Southdown Rams. The hnat brand to produce eert? ouarket lertsba Write poor «»nu I cma tartly piaeee you So both quality of tu»ek tod price R. P. HITE, • • • (tsllstls, Tsss. MY NEW UST IS FREE! Teeir* Hootbdnac wd lt*«;:*htre remain * warts. *• Sootbd..»r. r *r» |!IJ* rvt. IOmWi lembe. *o racial#red Shorthorn* r. #met big md for cob* e for SC.. «o brokets foi bound* town# do*» *r><! pup* Writ* for t>c» iut J. 0. ST0D6HILL • • SktftyyHt, Ry. ______ * HAY and DOGS Alfalfa bar iImAI' falfe and Johaaor. fra** bar for wale in war Jot*. »HJr«»t. tract for »inter *op | Ht I* w p • and if roan Scotch Col Ilea for •*>. So bor* for delirerr bo«. but aa hookln* order* for October d*lt»cry of J*o.*nd ChHve pi#* W M . ELLIS, etarkvili*. Min. FoxTerriers Win rstertr.ltuate rat* for you- l»up* then Eggs $1.50 per Fifteen. Ileal laying aintlns of While Horki and Kfcotlc ItStlvl Red*. D. Crighton,: Okolona, Miss. Steel Cornered Wagon Body. The Celebrated "Kinch Steel Corner ed Patent Wagon llody " la guaran teed to laat twice aa long aa any other bed. More convenient to handle and becauae of durability ia decidedly more economical. W C. N. McKiwwy. Aaptl'a. Mlu . Seta MiHfactortr PURS FOR PETS! Toy Hluk .ad T.n Twrim They are natural ratter* amnil in air®, i<crf«-<-t in »hat<e a heauti ful glo**y hiiM it color with urn trimming* and lust the little tl>>g you want We only have a tea for *»le our price* arc rea.*onai>la For further particular* au<i ileacrlption ante IOIITHKKN IMII'I.TKV VAMIIM, V. A AVIIT. Sac » aal IttM . Vttfw. Mu . An ill 1 Alfalfa Hay John W. Carpenter, §$ Starkville, Mia*. LIVE STOCK AND DAIRY. 0 Drops of Dairr Cream. Make conditions on the farm such tli.it the cows will be aided, not hin dered. In their work. With a silo to give cheap rough age the use of cottonseed meal will make glad dairy cows and a glad dairyman. For best results feed th<» dairy bull on a ration suited to a work horse, and let him have ample op portunity to exercise Do not judge a dairy cow by the beef standard. The conformation of the two types nre ns dissimilar a* the uses to which they are put Are you, Mr. Dairyman, growing **t h<»me all the rotighag* your cows will need"* There is no shorter road ■ a monev-maklng In the dairy busl rows Flipping the Jong hair from the udder and flank* and the tall and wiping the udder with a damp cloth before milking will make a wonder ful dlfferenro In the cleanness of the milk T»o busy to get the manure out on time* Knough will be saved in getting It on the land before It do- , terloratos to pay the wage of some body who might have to Iw* hire*! to gel It out while |l Is at Its best «WMW • If a cn» * «j«-crea»e of mil* flow I* not duo to poor feeding, reduce the amount of concentrate# she }# given a» the amount of her milk do crease# I*o not feed all r««m<* alike or feed the same COW alike ail the time l*o not Injure the health of your own family or reduce the value of ihe hotter gold, by letting a hit of dirt get into the milk than can be kept out Cleanliness is not senti ment, It |s a short road to dairy profit. r.u-.-q • ^ The dairyman will ind It best to own the farm he runs the dairy on. since stable manure |s very lasting In It* effect and will go on making a more productive pasture or larger cultivated crop* a number of year# after the manure I# distributed In a r»’jKirt on dairy Investigation# In Illinois, it was shown that a pure bred dairy hull that sired only twelve good heifer calve* a year would be worth fflirt a year through the In creased milk production bred Into those twelve heifer# Scrub sire# put dairymen out of business. The dairyman will do well to grow t ea# ihi* summer on land where « ft In! patch of alfalfa I# to he sown this fall (Jet the alfalfa seed !r. the ground early enough *o that the plant# will get good root# before Cold w-enther. and do not try too large an acreage at the start With the (trdlunry farmer. It I# different; but the man who Is ip«k* tug a specialty of dairying and does not know how much It costs to keep a row n year or how much each yields Is In a guessing contest that may land him In »he poor-house. It is his business to know these things When alfalfa hay can be fed it will give a more balanced ration to use ground corn than if cottonseed meal were used. Manure will soon make the land rich enough to make big yields of corn. Pens can be grown among the corn, and hay from them ranks about the same as alfal fa hay. Htudy closely the grade of what feed may be bought, whether It be cottonseed meal, bran, or any other kind of feed Neglecting to do this may be the reason «hv feed bills are uncomfortably high The food value may not be In the food that should be; or the condition of the feed may be bo bad as to Interfere with diges tion The feeding of grain to cows on pasture does not give profitable re turns. Homo Increase tn production will be made, but not with profit. An exception to this Is while the watery gras* In the early part of the weasrin Is being eaten It contain* **> little austenance that grain may be u»ed to keep the cow* from fall ing off'In milk before the grass Im prove* jn quality. H will owl about I f.0 pound* of Putter In keep a row In good pro duction a ftwr: and a row that gave i'n more rmttd not pay her way She »ill not get In the profit c!a»*. all «H*en«es considered, HU she yield* ?00 to 2 in (Mounds of butler fat a tear After atich an amount Is reach ed, every additional pound will he practically all net profit Those ex tra pound* are what should be striv en for Keen those who *eem to be fairly Intelligent do their rows injury by withholding salt and then putting a large amount in their concentrated feed f<>r a single meal Possibly they do not make that mistake, but put much salt In the feed every day In either case the kidney* are over taxed A* good a plan for salting a» >rl found. Is to let the cow* have rock salt to J|rk at whenever they desire Try getting waxed paper from dairy supply houses to wrap butter In Then, when the butter has been formed Into brick*. It ran bo deliv Ted to consumers or grocerymett In a condition that will please the eye and make |t sure that a lot of dust and dirt ha* not got on the butter on the way to market There** money Itt looks It’s the easiest motley there Is to be got. The general farmer cannot do a large amount of dairy work, but It will bring In cash alt the year round and maybe £lve some member of the family an opportunity to make a neat sum of money that could not be made on the farm If dairying Wag not done. If any member of the family likes the work and desires to make this extra money, why should It not he done? It Is a comparative ly safe line, and may grow- into a large Industry Inter. A small begin ning Is usually the best one. In proportion that you. Mr. Dairy man. like money. In that proportion should you aim to have a pasture consisting of a mixture of pasture plants to give luxuriant grazing for a large part of the year f'se plants that will stand dry weather, plants that stand cold weather and others that will stand hot weather. If there are any poorly drained parts In the pasture, use such plants there as will do well where the land Is moist or seepy. Till this Is done, do not Imagine thnt the pasture is mak ing the money It should be. It 1* natural for tho*e who have * no? gone deeply Into the subject to* conclude that a large part of the discussion of cleanliness and sanitary condition* of milk I* mere talk; bat Ntntlntic* show that there u more than talk In nuch agitation. In 1893. In N**w York, the number of death* among children wan 136 1 out of 1,. 000; but after the quality of the milk used had been greatly Im proved. the number of death* was only 62 7 In 1906 More than half the death* were prevented merely by the use of better milk. It meant the *av»ng of H.635 children In on* year I* that mere talk? Are Milking Machine* Practical? Meiur* Kdltor*: Do you think any milking machine ha* proved practi cal * If so. what make and where can It be bought* 7.ACII GRtFFtNO. Transylvania, La K«tllort«l An»wrf: A* to the milking machine. th« ron**nr»» tlve one* are In a *tal«* of doubt. Homo ciperlmont station* and *c»me private dairymen way th«y are nil right, or that they are more good than bad, while other* do not think *o highly of them. The writer ha* not had any nperlonre with them, and ran only report the «** perlenre of other*. Doublltuts much depend* on the man unlng a milking machine a* to whether the marhlne will prove a mi ere 10* More Intelli gence and carefulne** are needed to operate a milking machine «urceM» fully than for hand milking. II »eem*. that, at the wo rat, the milk ing machine I* nearer a succena to day than the aelf-hlnder wa* when It wa* first put on the market; but how rapidly the marhlne will be Im proved remain* for the future to show. Breeder's Cards AND Farmers9 Exchange We will insert ads. for our Southern Fana tiasfttn reader* In this department and In this style type at the rate of 9 cent* a word for one week, two weeks. S cents a word: three week*. 7 cent*, one month. » ceOU: three month*. U’ceat*. *1* months. *)cent*: one year OP cent* Kach word number or Initial (Including name and address) count ed *• a se|«rate word Send cash with or der If the rale seems high, remember It would cost 9*11 for postage alone to send your ad by letter to each home to which we carry It at this tow rate Stamps accepted for amount* le** than |1. Irish tlray I'lt Uamea. stag* Ift 00. pullet* an egg* J H Stirling. St. Franelavllle. I .a._ llurred Hocks Thnmison'i Kinglets IS egg* for 11.00 Kt pre** paid fi. Oil ban. Ollbert Ulg. Itegistored Poland China Hoar for sale Ag® !S month*. Price |2S K, K. Hutler. Knoi vtlle. Mis*. KIRK-VIEW FARM 1 he old Reliable to the front again with a choice lot of POLAND CHINA PI(»8 from moat popular atraina 1 heae hoga have made me money and will do the aame for you. Ten dol lara each, audjevery pig 1 guaranteed to be • aa repreaeuted. Write your I wanta. C. KIRKPATRICK, • • • Cihibi, All.