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An Object Lesson in Farming 1 We visited the farm of Mr. C. B. Kellogg, two miles west of <jloster, and here found an ob ject lesson, one worth any farm ers time and trouble to go and see. Some two years ago Mr. Kellogg resigned a position, after filling it three years, as mail carrier on a R. F. D. route that paid about one thousand dollars per annum, to cultivate and improve a forty acre ‘tract of pine woods land. This he has done to the extent i that he has a model farm, well ^rained, rows circled so as to re tain the fertility of the soil, yet carry the water to the drains, as it should, until the land has im-j proved in fertility very much. \ *Mr. Kellogg, recognizing that his land was thin and void of I _____ . . ^ 4- *• •-» 4- » f A t ll O What is the ^ Aurora Borealis* Warren H. Miller, the naturalist, pries into the mystery in POPULAR ELECTRICITY AND THE WORLD’S ADVANCD for October. You will enjoy his article and wonder at how little you knew of this fascinating phen omen. Among other articles that grip you are: A MARVEL OF THE AGES --- 1 — Romantic story of an entire Blue PAWn AD FIFfTDHTI Y Ridge Mountain district revitalized I vIUL&A JULLvimivii i and made over by a monster power MOULD'S ADVANCE development. - The Ancient Tanks of Aden a glimpse at those world-old Persian “77- reservoirs, defying time where it never rains, is hotter than Hades ^ and mighty uneealthy for a white rr man. “ Illuminated Flying Fish *-Sm Unique spectacle of the Pacific st!-. Ocean, sure to delight and astonish you "77- Wireless Between Germany and SHI America Now a fact, with New York-Berlin lr——I__ commercial service an early prob . .. ■ .1 • i in 11 * ii_:n ___1_..1J . I i | Free Tickets to The Tri-County Fair I want you to see my new and up-to-date line of Jewelry, cut glass, and silverware. My fall and i holiday goods are arriving daily, consisting of the latest styles of Lavalliers, Bracelets, Rings, Pins, Watches and Diamonds, New and Elaborate Assortment of Mesh Bags Vanities, Toilet, and Manicure sets i * are now on display at prices that will suit any purse. Attend the Big Tri-County Fair on Taylors Complimentary Ticket I will give one ticket to the fair absolutely Free from now until the close of the fair with each and every $10.00 cash purchase made. This week I am featuring a 16 size Elgin or Waltam movement in a 20 year gold filled case at $10.00. bhss r-v «i n m i n • 1 • i i . 1 . _- * 11 11 111 cl Of VC aviviltivi* vv growing of leguminous crops, and at this time has one of the most fertile farms in his neigh borhood, upon which he has grow-, ing only feed stuffs, corn, cane, potatoes, peas, peanuts, soy beans and velvet beans, the last, fol lowing oats, of which he made a fine crop. His corn, cane, po tatoes and peanuts are above the average. His velvet and soy beans are a wonder. He has three and a half acres in soy j beans, from which he expects to gather a hundred or more bush-; els, in addition to the hay. His velvet bean (21 acres) vines have covered the ground to tfie depth of three feet and are full of rip ening beans. His is a wonder ful crop. We believe that he will realize more money from this 40 acres than will any other farmer in the county from the same area. Every farmer should see it. No need to go a long dis tance to see an experiment sta tion when we have on,e at our door. —Gloster Record. Wanted —A car load of poultry and eggs each week till October 1st. See me before you sell. Asa W. Allen Co., Tupelo or Dorsey aullliy. In*; tiling iitvt: uuo mini yvu, ou cuvum Protetecting the Lives of 200,000 Steel Workers An immense “Safety First” campaign to reduce death and danger for “the man on the job.” And these are only typical of the 200 FASCINATING SUB IECTS fairly alive with devouring interest with 200 ABSORBING ILLISTRATIONS that combine to make on3 of the most interesting and instructive popular magazines ever pub lished Popular Electricy J? World’s Advance For October—Now on Sale at Your Newsdealer’s To whet your appetite for its good things,note this brief summary of contents MOTION PICTURE DEPARTMENT 16 pages presenting latest photo plays and antecdotes and in addition taking you through all the fascinating details of motion picture production WORLD'S PICTURE GALLERY history in the making told in 16 pages of striking photo graphs from all over the world. Wonderfully interesting. . . - THE GREAT ELECTRICAL SECTION tells in simple ladguage the fascinating story of Electriuity; posts you on all its latest developments and shows how to make and do things your self 64 pages replete with entertainment and instruction for all the family. MANY OTHER LIVE ARTICLES devoted to modern progress in every line. 32 pages of vivid, living pictures and stories of the world in action today-interesting-educational-uplift ing This immense entertainment of 128 PAGES 200 SUBJECTS 200 ILLUSTRATIONS a wait9 you in Popular Eletridty and the World’s Advance FOR OCTOBER 15 CENTS A COPY Get It From Your Newsdealer For Sale By CLIFTON'S PHARMACY If youi'dealer cannot supply you send us his name and your own name and address with 15 cents for a copy postpaid Popular Electricity Publishing Co., 350 North Clark St., Chicago JJOn l lan lu see tins line, oeieci, .yuui ^viuao pico Bents early and get free tickets to the fair. If you need glasses don’t fail to visit my Optical Department. Glasses Scientifically fitted at reason 1111 able cost. Bring your repair work and tell your ggl friends to meet you at S Taylor’s Jewelry Store »»,■,*»«»» ^AnVAAAAAAAAAftAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I Tri-County air ■ 1 1 TUPELO, MISS, OCT. X X x xxxxxx NLY a few more days remain in which to get your exhibits ready for x A A k g vy g the Big Fair. The exhibit hall is ready and the entire Fair Grounds § | |xxxxg have been put in shape for this the biggest fair in North Mississippi. g ■ « • i 3*-_ k xxxxxx The merchants of Tupelo are putting on the biggest civic raraue m I ever shown in Mississippi, a program of which we are showing in this issue. x p The great Metropolitan Amusement Co., will have their immense ex- x p hibits at this fair. The big FREE acts are worth coming miles to see, and | g their music is the best. We have secured the* German-Hungarian Military S band to furnish music for the fair. This band is from Cincinnatti and the x g best touring the South. This will be 4 big bands which will take part in the x S big parade and the fair. X X The exhibitors are writing us daily for space, and we are rapidly filling the exhibit hall. We will g X have the best racing ever seen in Tupelo. There is no reason to go anywhere except Tupelo to see a real g X fair. We will make a special notice of those merchants in Tupelo who have made this Fair and merchants g ft Carnival, a Big Success. v 1 DONT FORGET THE DAYS AND DATES, OCT. 14-17 1 g R. W. REED, R. H. MULLEN, L. 0. MILAM, Committee.