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THE COLUMBIA HERALO.FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1912.
11 r 1 eg III Signed Communications Bearing on the Subjects of Stock Raising, Feeding and Farming Will Be Given Space In Thes Columns Each Week AgricmSfmra I ..-fc lt.lMtk 1 A 1 i . - - " ' - ' ' ' ' ' 1 1 1 " I- f nr Oiinnrpunn 9 umeu eiepa u piace 1: Ut bubbtobUK 0 GREAT BROWN HAL i$ A RACING IE H.' IlS WHAT AN EXPERT SAYS lABOUT FAMOUS WAL TER DIRECT. r ITE OF HORSE REVIEW Bros, the Owners, Are for the ting Carrpaign of This Wonder. Producer of Speed One of the He will be in the stud as usual at South Side Park and the " outlook Is that he will he a gTeat favorite with the breeders of the county, state and nation i LOAD OF MOLES AT AUCTION SALE TO BE HELD AT MAT THEWS BROS.' STABLE MON DAY AFTERNOON. TENNESSEE CORN WINS ENCONIUTtlS IN JTHE NORTHWEST CHARLES PORTER, NOTED EX PERT PRONOUNCES IT BEST HE EVER 8AW. EXHIBITS IN DUTCH SECTION Id's Leaders. er v.rocx z:vz is a great Eire, H. Ptrrigo of the Horse Re ef Chicago. In Messrs. Chaffln from Mr. Perri makes gome assertions for the Tennessee stallion from which pllowk.g excerpts are taken: Perrizo 6avs in Dart: "Xine- hundred and eleven was a Wal krect year for certain and the f: 3iis get raced indicates that he be the successor of Brown Hal pacing sire. Annie Laury i; a fast mpre aui Doan believes he will pace close to 2:00. Hal- 2:081-4 was one of the largest winnei s of the year over the ile tracks, while Minnie L pace In 2:16 almost any time. Lou, Gene Direct Hal, Merry Walter Hal, Walter M. ana th Hal were all race winners hen we, looked ud the racing of ail these colts as well as two ethers that did not enter t we found that Walter Direct e of the leading money win- res of 1911, while his colts won f raced " n Eros, are preparing to great campaign this Bason jis famous sire and looking to Special to Tie Herald. PELLA, Iowa, Feb. 19. A strenu- On next Monday, which is the ,26th, there is to be a sale of two, three and four year old mules at Matthews Bros, stable on East Seventh street, . I tb ftnlo tn hop-In at n'Mnnlr TVftn. a letter reteivH " A"cavj ,,.. , - . nuues are the age and weight to suit . v " fanners. - experienced ty the Tennessee bureau ' ' ''" ' ' - of immigration exhibit, in charge of n kT t r in An !J J' B" JonnsonIuB an T- G- Settle. CAR LOAD OF "Last week the exhibit was at Oeca- Wealthy lowans Are Considering the Feasibility of Locating a Colony in This State and Efforts Are Being Made to Get Rates. hibit has been visited by hundreds, add the great variety of Tennessee products has been a source of won der to the people In a section whose products are confined almosraltogoth-j er to corn nud oats, and a little I wheat, TLe exhibit of corn attracted the greatest attention, and was much commented on. Charles Porter, the noted corn expert of Iowa, pronounc ed the exhibit of trn the best he had ever seen in its pure bred, distinct varieties. While the exhibit was at Oskaloosa it was visited by a body of farmers who had beer in session at an insti tute, and when they were shown corn that produced 167 bushels to the acre they were impressed with what Ten nessee could do in competition with Iowa, where lands are $150 to $200 an acre, as against Tennessee land at $30 to $75 an acre, and when Tennes see gives at much attention to seed selection as Iowa does, then the total yield and the acreage will be still loosa, a town of about 12,500 popula-: greater. Y0DNG MOLES tion' m 019 center of a rich asrieul-j A large quantity of the literature " jtura! and coal mining region. 08ka-j,arril by the exhibit has been well ..... .loosa is an up-to-date city, and many ; distributed at Pella and Oskaloosa, TAYLOR & WOODY SALE ON, MONDAY BROUGHT SATIS- FACTORY PRICES. wealthy people live there, among whom are many retired farmers who have grown rich in raising corn and - 'feeding It to Etock. The country in The mule sale of Taylor & Woody, between Oskaicosa and Pella is ery vhl-h was had Monday was one ot rich agriculturally, and is settled al tte best of the season. There were most entirely "by Dutch, there being thirty-six coming two years olds sold only two American farmers for a dis- at auction and the average was "about tance of- eighteen miles. Land" is'ne whole state will be benefitted, as $160. These were fine mules and the! very high priced in all this section, i tner is much literature bearing- on result were most satisfactory to all 'ranging above $175 around Pella. state as a whole. Davidson, parties. Pella is a. Dutch settlement, the i Scott, Rhea and Warren counties . I largest in America, and the Deoole have very handsome little booklets still ue well as at other points visited by tie exhibit, and it has all been wide ly read. The benefits to be reaped from this advertising by the bureau of immigration will be "experienced to a greater degree by those counties and communities that have furnished literature to be distributed, though 30 HEAD 30 GOOD MULES AT AUCTION On Monday, February 26, 1912 I will sell at auction, at HAYS MOORE'S NEW STABLE, ON NORTH MAIN STREET, (just be low old county jail) 30 head good coming 2-year-old Mules, all mares and extra good size. These mules are in a good healthy conditionbut not in extra flesh. These mules are THOROUGHLY ACCLIMATED, having been here about one year, and some have been worked. Sale Begins Promptly at 1:00 0'Clockp. m. Be Sure to be at this sale! J. A. THOMAS, Jr. culture, horticulture, dairying r-arket gardening, etc. Commissioner Thomas F. Peck was with the exhibit at Oskaloosa for one :?ay and was much gratified at the work done and at the manner in which it was being done. He left Fri day eight for Nashville. andjlrg, and these cannot buy the low lands at the prices at which they are now held. They are looking for cheaper lands, as welj as a milder cli mate, and Tennessee is catching their eye. . CORN PLANTERS J.. I. Case Corn Planters, HillTJrill and Check Di op. Half the crop is in She drop. STREET, MARTIN & VAUCHAX VO. Zlld-wllt Subscribe ' For The Herald. Notning that could be said or done use the Dutch language in con-!or distribution, and all of the Hrger : " ould prevIV.on the Iowa farmer vrsation, though most of them speak counties and some of the smaller ones J who owns L.a farm and is free from English also. Mr. Johnsonius was!aave furnished books and pamphlets , debt to change Jhis location. He is very much at home among the peo-! setting forth the advantages of their ell fixed and satisfied, but there are nle of Pella, he being a native of Hoi-1 communities. ja number who are not farm owners, 'and, and has not forgotten his moth-J Those In charge of the exhibit have j aid a number of renters, and a large er tongue. .been particular in setting forth the j number ot young men who are ready A both Oskaloosa and Pella the ex-! advantages of each section in agrl- to start out for themselves in farm- Some of th wealthier residents of l4lla are considering the matter of bending a delegation to Tennessee to look over the cheap lands there with a ; view of locating a colony of Hoi landers, and this will probably be done. A number of others who want to see the state have expressed the intention of going if rates are made by the railroads. Tg? MM flTa HE Stallion Season for 1912 is about here. There are some essentials that every owner of a stallion or jack should look urpH ?ntn nnH that ?c nrnui'HInor thpir :tnrlr with thA nrnnr amnnnt nf nnhliritv. PprtiVrpp: and nlzrzrAz tn h- acpH throughout the county. There is no better equipped or qualified institution to do S.7, .1 " 8 n mm F3 to M 1 111 We maKe a specialty of tabulated pedigrees and have already commenced turning out this class of work for the stock men of this and adjoining counties. " Our rates are. reasonable considering the class of work we turn out Come to see us and talk the matter over. Get ready for the big hone show the first Monday in April. As to advertising. An advertisement placed in The Herald's Live Stock Department will do youmore good and reach more owners of good brood mares thaa anything you can do. See., us about this and get our rates. Free .Wolice in M live Stock fie- Sk With partment Every torse Bill Printed V, A- THE Columbia, Tennessee ? -1 i