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Founded 1895. at StarkCille. Miss., by Dr. Tait Butler. Editor-in-Chief.
Volume XIV. No 8. SATURDAY. JANUARY 16. 1909. Weekly: SI a Year. Crop Rotation as a Guide Post to “$500 More a Year Farming. ^ 'T<»urt**y at F innm A Pretty Farm Home Such .. Proper Crop Rotation. So.I-Building. Etc. Would Bring About ... - l__Mn observant and thoughtful man say. one always finds good stock. * Zhr.z: ;,lrz::i ^gzz::jr^zz^,d ,hrpUn to k~p upAe ^ °‘ their soil, gtow rgutnrs *r 1 lXr wr ^VYo'the m!Tnrrm of the South. It would mean big bams, filled with feed for Thai . ust what $500 More a W would mean to the#ufTounded with grass and flowers and trees, and horse, and muies and tattle an-! sheep an-! w^inr m n telephones and good roada. good * hool houses and churches, it made as attractive and comfortable inside as out . it w.iu mc*" would mean education and ambition, u 'uje an . re. netner wefl-to-do farmers and an advanced community, said -Co ,n.o.once Z LJcUaniur. the -U .re poo, „J you w,U fin.) poor people and little or no progr-aa , ■ , - U r ,J| know loo. th«I »oil». in Urge meuure. .re .imply what farmer* oil know from our own obarrvanon <hol thm » ru m.de them IV hr* th.ng to do. then. .. to «•; about building have rn.de them or wh.t the., ia.mmg .vtern o, U. a ot •> • b, lound lh.n lh(. adoption ot a well-regulated rota up our m.k So .ore, <,»,krr or more J"£ ami" and which, therefore, “include, a, lea* one legum.nou. S tion of crops—a rotation that -*• 1 , i •* . . . crop for each crop that draw. .1. nittogen .tom He » bulld up our |«„d. .o that it would be eaay for u. to average thirty Such rotation, generally followe.t. would, in ■ , ,Ke South would tear down thou.and. ot un.ightly and uncom buaf-eU ot corn or a bale of cotton to the acre I hen *"m home. - real country home, of the kind .hown ,n thi. charming picture, for.. - . and bu.id - 'he., pU. e. beaut.lu. and ...to. -- -. _ —77 Help U> on Our Special*. gf, |tt >»f aoeclai DttUlbCft ©f The E HAVE arranged a lent*"** * imoortaat farming Tn i .m»«rb «*> rT',:: .. ^ao«. ■ub;xl 'h. IM »* pl.KP'd •> b'"“ : J.nu.r, JO K'-rMUr*-’ “““"^s’Uc.aL February €.— Implement »Bd Marmnrrj r* rZZr n rr... •« v^ub.. February 27—Poultry Special. | M.irrh € Cotton Spacin'- . I Marrb 2 0 Ho* and Hominy -I* April 10 Horae and M u 1* Spec a May h,~~ Dairy Special. -Speclala’' Xoa Brother Farmer, *• *anl four n *hmt they ought to be We want your — questions, your help in all lines. What *e especially desire Is report* of specific practical experience*. F)r nor -Fertlliter and Manure" edition, for example. «« want to knowr .nvthing from vour experience that would help the general run of farmer. , brought to their attention. For our “Implement and Machinery Special ■ V )U to tell us Just What Implements and machinery have helped rur work and HOW For the “Fruit and Vegetable Special" tell u. how VOU have succeeded with different crops, etc., etc. i ihera’ cash prize* will be given, the terms to be announced later A1! art idea should be in our hands ten days in advance of publication \’ote this especially. l’,.t !*• have your assistance In making these specials the most helpful issue* «.• have ever published