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KEEP THE PETITIONS GOING! SAVE YOUR COLLEGE!—Page 9.
A Farm and Home Weekly for Mississiooi, Ala* bama, Louisiana, Arkansas, and Tennessee. foundkd, immm. at starkvill* miss. subscription, a ykar. Volume XIII. No. 42. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 12. I908. Published Weekly THE SOUTH NEEDS BETTER HORSES AND CAN RAISE THEM At the bottom of better farming in the South is the use of more such big strong feilow* m the Cotton Beit. ^ ell. anyhow, it is horses horse power, bigger snd better horse* horses bred to the business of such as the*e that you see on European farms, and it is with them puihng loads and walking with a business like stride all the while that the farmer* here break and cultivate the land with such i t . L_I__ ^K.n nor»m trr needed m prepar ing the sod and har vesting the creeps that grow on »t And. m fum. the crop* of com axuz gram and peavmes and grasses * and clover land Mother forage which can be rawed so cheap ly a the South by proper farming wiii help you 1 to grow the ^horses you need , Iake hold now and make the South a land of such horses as those of hurope of which Flduor Poe has written as fol lows l m his this week • Jetter from abroad : And the horses, the magnificent a _ r.onr* mey «v themselves worth coming from the ocean to are* If I had needed any thing e.ar to con vmce me of the need for the fight The Southern Farm Oaiette ia making for better horses in the South, this tnp to Furope would have sup pled it. Do you rhikt mr ■ Tvtn or t*ir. ut-urr h mwe* * tx a*tl-u*r* .., . -» rni. •- ' M’OTT >t i * m<.r fc A «*» *r*rt;4r «* ** «>»lf ®P*n*l Ha^aA ,.- »• ■ • S«U « ;..r •«. nn»|Mt »■»>*», Eerily ■* iJw :**.**;. ty.» ul n ■.*• a ®** ®-® >» * tlUft » «3V«* •?«■** '* f ®o«:&#V*®* «•**• * ** "•*' ***rU * _ ^ a • . I _ It* UIUIUU||UUrM AS IU produce the splen did crops I have seen growing ev erywhere 1 have yet been. As for the draft horses m the cities, they have been the admiration of our entire party. Col lege professor * col lege girls, lawyers everybody has paid the Dutch and Belgian horses trib utes of interest, in •pection.and praise such as even the masterpieces of art in the great galle ries here might well envy Why, they i_l. __ L' _ r» num * elephants was the not unjuati habie dec Lara11on ot a young lady as the great Percherona passed by us King ly horses. bearing themselves as if conscious of royal blood, strong as lions but thorough ly gentle, beautiful in form, hauling gi gantic loads on wagons fhat when empfy would alone make good loads lor the rmserable iooking dray horses belabored by ne ♦ tft • ft ft . i The Southern rams LuUtette *t>out »ix gro (imrr* n our joumrm town* »na doing u an wun *ucn r Wf .,*■-m t »e . r P* , n ^ . Farmenle," thowmg wonderful raw and with »uch majestic and rythmical movement* W^u^^hc^lo^h.^.^U.Iuuhto.heh., that , wm a positive pie— - watch them for an hour row < The atcture mu- have unpreawd you, for we don t often we at a tune_ WM%T HM V% 11.1. FI Nil IN TUI* N%KI K r%pK ft. ■cl I r^l f«»r \ "«r M»kf. * "» Bk in Tar&Uit on should Try for Ks#* I'nrk. Jo 4 Omuiti P Hfeotild I'- #** th* t'** f>* ‘ *«*!«** fcaiuci&c, l> D Gifcoun .** ^ .irk» In h i*rof»»-, C ar* so* II ■ '**" Ktet tu f»«j( ,b ;} Pound* Yvf Un). ' **• Frwnrh Dnwo, W \'»Mr F#rtai**r Ta* for R<»Ad», i 1- Reynold* 1 mi ■■rrnif M »■•»*»*« |»H rr«nit»4«- < 1 ArhirtT Mow D**-i» Do You Plow * ^ <" W*llw»r® How Hh*ll I »>t <i«o4 T*^Ant*' T A Hwath Mtke tb«* Hntn»* C'lnel** ' YD-mii* At dmAllrr Co»* W l J»im* K«*«n«*dy for A*n Jow» jIcju** Hating .Peavlne Hay Out of Doors. W H. » aid well . 16 Scrub* Bring lnaap]>oin:ment 4 P Pelton 11 Sorehead Remedies t'nrle Jo. 14 Sowing Vetch. Grain. Clover. P. W Davis .. 16 To Keep Coon* Out of Corn. A W Shaw- ... 13 Try Heavy Liming for Alfalfa. 8 Cwc Fewer Pence Puata. W H. Cameron.... 5 Weight of P*umi in the Pod, C. L. Newtnan. . . 13