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 - GEORGIA FARMERS. FARMERS PARME. PARME FARMERS....
GEORGIA FARMERS. FARMERS PARME. PARME FARMERS. FARMERS PARME. PARME FARMERS. FARMERS PARME. PARME FARMERS. FARMERS PARME. PARME ITEMS Of INTEREST INTBREST INTEREST INTBREST TO THE THB THE THB AGRICULTURAL AGRICULTURAL WORLD. WORLD WORLD. WORLD Notes of the tbe the tbe Farm Farm. Farm Farm. the tbe the tbe Garden and &nd nd and &nd nd and &nd nd the Dairy The Outlook for the tbe the tbe Tear The Fanner Farmers Fanner Farmers Over Oyer Over Oyer the State. State State. State Our One Our One farmers fuirmezo farmers fuirmezo gays says gays says the Lawrencenlle Herald in their ambrfron ambition ambrfron ambition to make cotton hat e for for. for for. gotten the483nple of their thelr their thelr fathers who with not slot not slot half the adrange advage advange adrange advage advange adrange advage advange we possess were more prosperous than tli.an tlian than tli.an tlian than tli.an tlian we are are. are are. Formerly the farmer regarded regardedit regarded regardedit it as a9 as a9 part of farm economy to not only only' only only' raise his own horses and males mules males mules but bat but bat to hare have hare have one now and then for sale sale. sale sale. How many fann farm- farm fann farm- farm fann farm- farm ers era ers era in this county r-uty r uty county r-uty r uty county r-uty r uty county r-uty r uty are rais ng stock' stock stock' stock We sel dom dam dma dom dam dma dom dam dma see a good mule or horse colt in traveling around the country country. country country. While every erery every erery farm should have from one to a half dozen There is more profit in raising mules than cotton or wheat wheat. wheat wheat. They will come rome come rome npon upon npon upon the market at af al at af al at af al two t".o to two t".o to two t".o to years' years yea' yea years' years yea' yea years' years yea' yea years' years yea' yea old and if it if it they are properly cared for will bring a good price price. price price. A mule of that age will not cost more than 825 $25 25 825 $25 25 825 $25 25 to raise and aDd and aDd will sell for from seventy five to one hundred dollars dollars. dollars dollars. To make that much cotton generally generlly generally generlly costs about all you get for it The Monroe \dvertiser dvertiser Advertiser \dvertiser dvertiser Advertiser \dvertiser dvertiser Advertiser has the following to gay say gay say to the fanners farmers fanners farmers of the state which should shuld should shuld command more than thau than thau ordinary attention attentmon attention attentmon irom irons irom irons them a the article arthcle article arthcle 111 his 111 his question queon 9uestion question queon 9uestion question queon 9uestion is filled with substantial food for their theu their theu consideration consideration. consideration consideration. Inquiring among our produce dealers last week elicited the tIme the tIme statement that the corn sales to farmers the time the time present prnt present prnt year yer year yer would wonld would wonld in their judgment fall tall fall tall considerably below those of last ast last ast year rear. rear year rear. rear year rear. rear We hope they are correct m in m in their opinion opimon opinion. opinion opimon opinion. opinion opimon opinion. However notwithslanding not\iths1aDding not iths1aDding notwitlislanding notwithslanding not\iths1aDding not iths1aDding notwitlislanding notwithslanding not\iths1aDding not iths1aDding notwitlislanding notwithslanding not\iths1aDding not iths1aDding notwitlislanding notwithslanding not\iths1aDding not iths1aDding notwitlislanding the fact that last year was the moat most moat most favorable year yer year yer for growing corn in this county ID in ID in the last fifteen or twenty years yean years yean yet the fact was also elicited that some of our farmers tarmers farmers tarmers were already buying corn com corn com with which to to. to- to to. to- to to. to- make a csop C80p coop csop C80p coop csop C80p coop this years and that other fanners farmers fanners farmers were arranging to do so later on on. on on. While pondering upon these statements we were impressed impresd impressed impresd with the idea that if Monroe county farmers failed last year to make a suf suf- suf suf- flc encj of corn com corn com for their farms during the present presnt present presnt \ear ear year \ear ear year \ear ear year that failure must meat must meat have haye have haye resulted from their not cultivating csmltis-ating csmltis ating cultivating csmltis-ating csmltis ating cultivating csmltis-ating csmltis ating cultivating csmltis-ating csmltis ating a sufficient acreage acrage acreage acrage m in m in corn Whether or not it ary 25th from tho Cincinnati theclndnnatl Cincinnati theclndnnatl Southern depot for a tnp trip tnp trip through Georgia Georgia. Georgia Georgia. The Time The Time excursion excuxalon excursion excuxalon will be under the personal peosqasi personal peosqasi supervision of W W. W W. L. L L. L Glessner Glassner Glessner Glassner commissioneT commissioner commissioneT commissioner of ot of ot immigration and will visit the tbe the tbe principal ratios dues ratios dues and agricultural and fruit-growing fruit growing fruit-growing fruit growing fruit-growing fruit growing sections of Georgia stopping at different points sufficient time to investigate their advantages advantagse advantages advantagse and get general knowledge of the country country. country country. Mr Mr. Mr Mr. Waggoner Waggoner5 Waggoner Waggoner5 a Baldwin county man is 13 is 13 making tanking making tanking JI OO a year from his ten cows. cows cows. cows He sells his butter at twenty-five twenty five twenty.five twentyfive twenty-five twenty five twenty.five twentyfive twenty-five twenty five twenty.five twentyfive twenty-five twenty five twenty.five twentyfive twenty-five twenty five twenty.five twentyfive cents per pound and his batter butter batter butter milk at ten cents per gallon gallon. gallon gallon. His ten cows average sixty pounds of outter butte outter butte petweek and seventy-five seventy five seventy-five seventy five seventy-five seventy five gallons of milk. milk milk. milk The farmers of Georgia says the Elberton Elberton Gazette should raise more wheat oats corn hogs horses and mules mules. mules mules. When they do this their farms farns farms farns will become serf-sustaining serf sustaining self-sustaining self serf-sustaining serf sustaining self-sustaining self serf-sustaining serf sustaining self-sustaining self serf-sustaining serf sustaining self-sustaining self serf-sustaining serf sustaining self-sustaining self and prosperity will be the result in every section of our state state. state state. Trusts will not then bother them. them them. them They will be independent of them and fully able to take care of themselves under any tarcumstances circumstances. circumstances tarcumstances circumstances. circumstances tarcumstances circumstances. circumstances Corn Com Corn Com planting is in full blast in Screven county cuty county cuty and the fanners farmers fanners farmers are putting in large crops crops. crops crops. There are many may many may of them who have turned philosphers and fox for fox for two weeks have been watching the moon and stars noticing the morning fogs and the shifting winds. winds wind-s. wind s. winds. winds wind-s. wind s. winds. winds wind-s. wind s. winds. winds wind-s. wind s. winds. winds wind-s. wind s. They seem to think that none of the old signs of the weather will do to go by this winter as spring sprsng spring sprsng seems to have shoved winter out ont out ont of its way and taken possession of that section of the state state. state state. Editor Mathews of the Sylvama Sylvania Sylvama Sylvania Tele- Tele Tele- Tele peone has been taking an inventory of the weather and its surroudings with the following following result I looked in Grier's Griers Grier's Griers almanac today today. today today. He tells us that winter commences on December 21st and spring March 20th 20th. 20th 20th. I then walked out to view the vegetable vgetable vegetable vgetable kingdom where I saw half-grown half grown half-grown half grown half-grown half grown figs peach trees in full bloom grown mulberries potatoes that were left in the time the time patch tip np tip np and growing nicely com corn com corn sir nsx sir nsx blades high and all xegetatum zegetation xegetatum zegetation seems to tell us u.s us u.s that it is spring but bnt but bnt our old home-made home made home-made home made home-made home made philosopher philosopher tells us our much looked for cold weather is locked up np up np in the north and is likely to burst out upon us about the 20th February February. February February. He has two more signs he says if- if hi if- if hi if- if hi they fail he will give up the study study. study study. When he sees the bee bird and the swallow he will believe believe cold weather is over and another sign smgn sign smgn is that when the seven stars set at 6 o clock o'clock oclock clock o'clock oclock clock o'clock oclock p m m. m m. cold weather is over over. over over. Pearce Wood a successful fanner farmer fanner farmer living V " V " to I FAR IS. IS IS. IS JfOn. JfOn JfOn. JfOn JfOn. JfOn JfOn. JfOn Far. Far Far. Far Garen ad Dar -Te Te -Te Te Ollok.for Ollokfor Ollok.for Ollokfor YuTe Fare Stt fArmer Ry LwncTloHerld t mke ctn. ctn ctn. ctn ha-e ha e have ha-e ha e have ha-e ha e have ha-e ha e have or. or or. or goten the.ple wth 10t hal p wer mor propron ae. ae ae. ae frer re re pn fa enomy t rise h horse t ten sle. sle sle. sle mny fn- fn fn- fn er ar rng stk sll go mue bo ct trvelng arnnd c Jutr. Jutr Jutr. 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Clipped from The Atlanta Constitution24 Feb 1890, MonPage 3

The Atlanta Constitution (Atlanta, Georgia)24 Feb 1890, MonPage 3
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