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Probing the A. &. M. College Trouble—Page 9.
I A Farm and Home Weekly for Mississiooi, Ala* bama, Louisiana, Arkansas, and Tennessee. NOtO, <1009. AX STARKV1LLK IV1IS9. SUBSCRIPTION, 91 A YEAR. Volume XIII. No. 35. SATURDAY. JULY 25. I908. Published Weekly PURE BLOOD HOGS PAY BETTER THAN SCRUBS. When vou go to fill your smokehouse wuh meat you want an animal that shows you a big outside, a small inside, and plenty of distance between the two \nd the hog that will pack this space full of the best meat tn the shortest time at the biggest profit is the hog VOU should raise m droves for your smokehouse and market. The farm papers, the experiment stations, the actual porg raisers. agree that for such a purpose the pure blood hog will beat the scrub almost two to one. lake this extract, for instance, horn e Zl t Mr I 1 lone, on page 11 l selected a good pure blood and bought an extra good scrub, both males both arrowed f t- Kruarv Lhev were treated alike and fed alike, all they would eat. until twelve months and five days old. when the same ciav tn rebruarv r ne> writ-o **'* .* . . . • cac ...a. ** their gross weights were the scrub 285 pounds; the pure blood a05 pounds. _j uti % r lot \\ it i » »m» r>* i»i- v'1 1 H H 1* I !*Klt Pag** A Da-.'* I^.aflns That C •■■» I >'■*'* Vwr* * Art* Your Corn and Colton KU- - Washing A*ay ' | *S Adv* r- ntng N*-« B Not** Buying l*«ir* m*«*4 £ouitf ‘4' <* s Kv,'rts 5 4 CncntnWr pH-k!«* Hau«*rkr :*■;*. l>ri«-4 1 ? >* in < rirH»>*»» * !•*%< r I **«t If or*** Ft-ndlnu »u-*-t i alii** I nun llw "H*. V Fr*»urh Pour Wjj« of H«*rving (‘arroU. -dn= *’ ^* Bra* !.«-* Giving Samg 1.1?*' to FVtM*«? ** Good i's ;rs iii, poor MU L-»ad t#raa**- * ' p * i .iSid ** *.*' !i < Grnming huh pot at:» th«* i‘> Ho* to i| .. agi f -.*• Far in rit»fc«n > Ho* ?#» i bid (t<i‘ j? Kit#;** \\ HI Hutt'h Ho* *<, ! .,n„ W ithout t.l**n* <»r Slor'gn * K**.*p |„„r lurniur l ami Pr* mw— < 1,1,11 l" ' •» Nunmtr • • • I ■ n I i" M* ■—\ ‘ .Srlierer V.ie* <•! I'.»~ bn.- the UlMtir, Claim..* H Cm- " Question iU*% far Your C inner fnatltute* 1 * ll.Mh llitlv - of \ -Ml < ort» * r”P 4 <.<Tuli 2nr, f»..u««t*. Cure »U****d .lor. founds, T I Jones .. il Two Wi>« of Curing :»«•*. M M l..iw-~»n 3 What » (Joins on m ‘he W orld . • l*5 Where Will Yon Send to Stbrnd” 13 *a«Mf T111 \ <«s \ol s||()| 1.1» M\KI- N<»ll * **’ - <)ur Home Cirri* page* these tins' preserving davit « ill tie found more than usually Interesting The men folks ought to heed \unt Mary s *hole 1 ■ thelt fooiii.ii hot dinner habit* these sweltering sum mer day*. Saving peavine hay the more peas you plant ! he more impor'ant this item hwomrs. Two good sugestions on page 3. Save Both Halves of Your Corn Crop” is the be*,: soi’ if advice Some suggestions you ought to hit il are on page 4. \ very costly day s loafing is mentioned on page 4. and the reason is also explained why the price was ho high. The on of allowing your corn and cotton fields to wash away is forcibly presented on page 4. Think of it and repent of it. Ther* a way by which you can do a little try ing uni succeed in raising good crops on your meem poor laud. Find out on page 5. On page 11 you will find two of the most point 'd and interesting articles of this issue—silo feeding for cotton, and the comparative merits >f the scrub hog and the pure blood. And last but not least you will be interested of course In the two main features of this number: Editor Poe s Trip Across the Atlantic” and Kdi • tor Scherer’s "Foremost Mississippi Trouble.”