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| * | LIVE STOCK AND DAIRY. | * |
Hold on* Mr. Scrub Stock Farmer! Hero Are Four or Five QnnMlon* For You That May Turn You Into More Profitable Way*--Whai About Thom? If Ihwo folk, who think II fooll,h l),l, typo yon will fall KO, « profll extravagance to Invest $25 In a good on the food they eat hoar or $100 In a good bull, and who go on year after year breeding to any scrub animal that may hap- There are occasional good animals pen to be near, would only stop to porkers, good dairy cows, count the cost of their methods, they *°°d ***** steers, that come of mon would not regard the price of a goo 1 Kr<*1 ancestry; but they are the rare sire as so excessive. exceptions and not the rule. To expect hap-haxard reproduction *• ;—y°« cannm call It breeding—to I>o you. Mr. Scrub Stock Farmer. ***** animals adapted to nny special doubt that a pig from that old sow *• one of folly's wildest of yours, sired by a pure bred Berk* dreams. To expect the profits you shire or I)uroc would be worth 50 should gel from any kind of stock cents more at six months of ago those bred for a special pur than one of those you will have that ** another. wore gotten by that long-nosed ,v* rooter out In tbo pine woods? H you want beef cattle, breed to You must admit. If you are honest * hw* sire, a Shorthorn, an Angus, with yourself, that the difference * Hereford. If you want dairy cat would be much greater. Then If Hie, breed to a dairy sire, a Jersey, your sow has sit pigs, there Is \ a Ouernsey, a Holstein. The little difference of three dollars In the difference In the fee, or the little value of one Utter. extra trouble It may cost you. will More than that, the cost per pound r**nirn a big Interest if you select of gain will have been lea# In almos* ,y$M* >mi »«« and stick to It. every instance with the grade pig. ** there is no sire of merit In your locality, go in with some of your II. neighbors and buy one. So long as you breed your rovi y. to bulls whose ancestry la lost In a Stock-raising Is the hope of the general mix-up of disagreeing types Soul'll; but what shall It profit » of unfitness. Just that Jong you wUI man to carry slop to pigs that are have calves that will grow up into all snout and legs, or to poke good two-cent steers or one hundred peavine hay and cottonseed meal pounds-of*butter-a->car cows. Into cows that will only give a gal And as long as you have cattle of ion and a half of blue milk per day? You Must Make Money Twelve Months in the Year. Thr Only Way |o Mo Ho on (hr Farm I* by l.n.wln* I4t«* Work—ThU Will Make ilir South na Pro. a* Ohio ami th* Wni. Messrs K4itort: The writer was considerably Interested in an article published In the September 26th Is* sue of Tt*e Nmthrrn Farm (turtle, vlt.. that of Mr. Metres making com* parisnn t»etween the country In Cen tral Ohio and that of Central or Piedmont North Carolina. I enjoyed the honor of being born In the first named Htate. and for the past eight year* have tte«-n well content to re side and raise stork In the Piedmont section of the Houth Mr Meares told how the farmers of Ohio are In the habit of work Inst all winter long In the extreme r«*ld. snow, and sleet; and 1 know what he raid la true, because | did the same wav for more than twenty year* We j work the same way now. but ate enabled to accomplish much more with far lew* hardship because of our having a climate so much su perior to that of Ohio. t wish a great many of our farm ers could take the trip Mr. Metre# did, so that they could see what fins work Is being d«ne by the farmers In a section having far lews natural ad vantagi-s than our section enjoy*. Then ! am sure they would return with the determination to go to work building up their farms during the Idle hours of the winter months Our farmers are every bit a* Indus* trlou# as are Ohio farmers, and the treat reason, as the writer sees It. *hy «»ur farms are not In a# good condition n* Ohio farms, la that be* reuse of our 'mpplng rather than 1 farming we have got Into the habit nf working only about two-thlrd* of rsch year 4#n More so*, i* ami Farm the V«*wr It'umd. i<• niedy for this oil (and It I* an evil, because men are never a* well off when loafing a third of their time a« they are when putting In full time under full pressure of steam) is for the Southern farmer to secure •omc first.class live stork that will demand lit* attention twelve month* in the year. Winter work will thu* become a habit with us after a little and then we will see so many thing* we ran do so much bet ter during the cool dpy* of winter than during the heal of summer There are those brush lota to clean off. the gulllea to flit, the underdralnlng to do, the land to break deep for ne*t year's corn crop, rock* and slump* to get out of the way. manure to haul, fence* to build and repair. *h«-d* and other buildings to erect, the lumber to gel on* for that silo you are to build Belt fall, mads to repair, and the doien and one other thing* that can be done so pleasantly during our mild winter month*, when we just come to find out about If The Inspiration of Good Work. And It will pay. my friends 1* will make of us stronger men ;« every way to know that we are ae compllshlng something good even day. It will Inspire us to greater ef fort* when we see what our first welt directed work 1* accomplishing Af ter a little wo will be straightening up our bark*, and. standing with our hands In our pockets, will contem plate our work and say to ourselves: That's pretty darned good for a be ginning. but here goes for something u little better Jim over there thinks he knows how to make a better look ing farm and grow better live stock, but we Will show him If we have to work night* to do It.” A few thousand hot-bloooded far* 11 D MAKING AND 8ELLING H ■ A MILLION ■ fl CREAM SEPARATORS B ■ AND THE KNOWLEDGE GAINED. ■ BNB Thirty year* ago I>r. De Laval invented the firat practical L ■gfl centrifugal cream separator. Since that time the De Laval SjiH MM Separator Company has manufactured and sold one million IBBa 1»K LAVAL machine*. These separators are today in use in 9H every civilized country in the world. They have been operat fiBB ed and criticized everywhere. Through all these years sug- pH gestion* for their improvement have come by the thousands IH HH: 1 from every quarter of the globe Theaehave been investigate ^NB Kfl rd and tried out from time to time. The beat have been adop- HB | ted. The l'ae* improved DK LAVAL cream separator* rep HH resent me thirty years accumulation o( such ideas and mgm experiences. They represent the knowledge and experience j^^B ^B gained through the manufacture and sale of one million ^^B machines. If in your lifetime you had milked one million E|?ff fpll cows, wouldn’t you feel that you knew how to milk a cow |p||| ‘|f just a little better than someone who had milked but one ■jjf BB thousand ? That’s the way we feel al»out the cream separa- BjB tor. Our knowledge of its manufacture and practical use is WBm many times greater than anyone ( Ur's If you are thinking of BB ^B buying a separator can you atlord to ignore the know!- ^^B %%%& edge gained by making and selling a million separators ? mm We don't believe you can. We offer you the l‘Mi I>K LAVAL BB; BB for your most critical examination. An illustrated cata BB logue will be mailed for the asking. Write for it today. ■■ ■ The De Laval Separator Co. H BB u «- S.WI ,1_I mu..— . ITS • I T7 W'UiM Stsmt BH Chicago uetierw unices. Montreal ■ >; ^B if is S if if r«a«*t St. • nr * a *r nooAhu/AV is s •• Sntn fUlllil BB PHILADELPHIA 100-107 BMUAUWAT, WINNIPEG j SH ''it OMMllMUMt'OlS Mrui VABK to? I «|l Unit Bifl U RAN FRANCISCO IUW TUNA. PORTLANO. OREO. BflB tiler* like we are going to he will make a* good a country here n* *i«d*s *un ever shown on So let s •‘Cgtn now this coming winter at, 1 «ot this working habit so fixed that we can't resist It. Thera Is nothing undignified or de grading In honest, hard work, ny friend*. If that work Is directed to ward the accomplishment of some good purpose And l* not the up building of our country agricultural ly a purpose worthy of any of us™ The writer thinks so. and so do you. my reader. A. I*. FKENCH. State Entomologist Worsham, of Coorgla. predicts that the boll wee vil will reach that State within the next four or five years. A meeting of farmers and scientists will be held at Xatche*. Miss, November 24th to 271ti. to devlso means of combating the pest. All Utters to advertisers should Vcarefully addressed. It is im portant to give the Pox, street t number or department in answer ing advertisements. Always state (hat you saw the advertisement in The Southern Farm Gazette. J.( . KOHKItT, ■.!>., V. *. II , Consulting Veterinarian. MACON Mias. Will do professional work on notlce.it all totals In Mississippi sod Ala cSI rcyry l.lve men and women can make wHLLOiwan t»ig money. N<> • uscience nee* enaary Old established Arm. Oo«hI i«ajr. Steady employment. Sample* free Adore** J. M. Moore, 775 North Congress Oo„ Jackson. Miss ('an probably l>e regls Dinn nnn tere.l . »r||l.ml . ub..ut fl I fa 11 UUU four years old; well Ivaeeew■wwwn l|mlnBd M M H|nn. Htarkvllle. Ml** Where to Buy Hogs of Best Blood and Breeding. Duroo Jersey Boars I Hi* to eight month* old. K'ch che*ry red to color mciloa and growth* : bred to the purple: 112.80 te 918 each Ib-nm by I*. U M order. I. M Whuakih A On Mulberry Tenn. Registered Poland China Hogs A limited number of r*gt»terrd Short Worn Cat tle. M It Turkey*. H I Fed*. It. |». fork-% end l*tl ti*mr» Write for price* end description. A F H'QOLC. Brush t'reek. Tenn.. H. I. POLAND CHINAS—BARRED ROCKS Of up-to-date breeding fine In dividual*. Hooking order* for eggs, pen t. 9l So t«er 15; pen *. tl.CW per 15. Twenty 10-week* pig* for ue. t fully guaranteed T. U. JONES OmrilU. Alt BERKSHIRES! Oood ones only, offered for sale. A few choice pigs at a bargain If taken In thirty days. : I. W. HAMILTON, HOULKA, MISS. DCDlfCUlDC oies.^5 DCniXOnlltC breedlns. ► ow booking orders for November delivery. Write your want*. L. H. ROBERTSON. Root# No. 3, • • Rioasi. Miss. Berkshire Hogs Only i have now ou hard any kind of a Neftiaterrd Berkshire Hog that a farmer could want. CLOVER MEAl) STOCK FARM, CLEM LEA. Prop.. -i- SELMER. Tom*. 1*. S. All Sheep sold. DOOT GRAFT HD PKCAN Trees of the best varieties. Price list. R. T RAMSAY, OCEAN SPRINGS. MISS.