FLORA. ILLINOIS, FRIDAY. JANUARY 17. 1908.
liaa learned that it pays in his business, to have the BEST and he aims to have it.
Oood Norses eat no more than poor ones; they can do twice the work and always tind sale at good prices.
Well bred stock earns money for its owner. Low grade stock eats its head otf and produces nothing.
Good poultry, properly taken care of. multiplies, lays eggs and produces wealth; cheap poultry does just as mutch scratching, and just as much eating, but is not productive and does hot earn the owner
Good Buildings, clean and warm and well painted indicate thrift and prosperity; they save food and make mone.v; shacks and tumble-down structures, onen to wind and storm, cluttered and dirty and rotting, not only Indicate lack of thrift and consequent poverty, but they help to produce it.
ip-to-date Machinery saves labor and makes farm work easy. The prosperous farmer seeks tlie best. He knows that shoddy or cheap machinery is dear at any price.
Must Be Collected.
And So With Fencing
Tiic successful farmer isgivinj? tlii-. -^'iliii^ot .^ii'rion.s th»)uglit and at- te.ition and is coming to dcinanil ihi' lic-l llmt s!;ill and ingenuity can build. He has grown away from the old -I'lit rail, which takes up valuable room, and is vortii niorc money »¦