. Alexander Drug and Seed Co.'s annual descriptive and Illustrated catalogue. ALEXANDER DRUG & SEED CO. promises well, and may become of permanent value. It is a leguminous phntand a perennial grow in England and Germany, where it is highly thought of. It is claimed to be particularly well adapted to poor and sandy lands, which it much enriches; has a tremendous root growth, sometimes as deep as 30 feet; nutritive feeding value higher than the Govers. Heavy yielder in hay, top growth about 3 feet, which can be cut several times during season. If claims made for it are sustained, it will ce

. Alexander Drug and Seed Co.'s annual descriptive and Illustrated catalogue. ALEXANDER DRUG & SEED CO. promises well, and may become of permanent value. It is a leguminous phntand a perennial grow in England and Germany, where it is highly thought of. It is claimed to be particularly well adapted to poor and sandy lands, which it much enriches; has a tremendous root growth, sometimes as deep as 30 feet; nutritive feeding value higher than the Govers. Heavy yielder in hay, top growth about 3 feet, which can be cut several times during season. If claims made for it are sustained, it will ce Stock Photo
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. Alexander Drug and Seed Co.'s annual descriptive and Illustrated catalogue. ALEXANDER DRUG & SEED CO. promises well, and may become of permanent value. It is a leguminous phntand a perennial grow in England and Germany, where it is highly thought of. It is claimed to be particularly well adapted to poor and sandy lands, which it much enriches; has a tremendous root growth, sometimes as deep as 30 feet; nutritive feeding value higher than the Govers. Heavy yielder in hay, top growth about 3 feet, which can be cut several times during season. If claims made for it are sustained, it will certainly be- come one of our most valuable forage plants. We have'listed Latbyrus thinking there are many wheJ would like to test it. We have but a limited quantity of the seed, which is yet quite expensive. Price, Packet, 10c; 1 oz., 30c. We will correspond with those wanting larger quantity. Red Kaffir Corn.—New. This variety grows taller than the White; the stalks are slenderer, but more juicy and very leafy; the heads are long, slender, and grow erect; very compact. The seed is red, smaller than the White, and rather hard and brittle. One of the best drouth resist- ers; it does well on poor land, ripens a little earlier, and yields nearly twice as much grain and forage as the White variety. Plant three to five pounds to acre. Price of seed, 20c. per pound, 6 pounds for $1, 00. By mail, 1 pound 30c, 4 pounds for $1.00, postpaid, Yellow Millo Maize or Ylleow Branching' Dhoura.— Growth is eight to twelve feet, stooling lrom the ground like the White " Branching Dhoura, " but not so much ; sends out shoots also from the joint; seed head grows to great size on good land. The grain is deep golden yellow. The heads hang on a short, gooseneck stem; the large amount of forage—green feed or cured ; earlier in maturing than the White Millo Maize. It may be cut down for green feed at any stage of its growth, and comes again promptly, often yielding three to four good &quot

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