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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 1 November 1905

t tilnurinrr iLrr 10 or C rtnRh > ss c c41L 41L 0141 4 It 0 0J 0fr J fr 9E 9EOURNA DOTED TDB OURNA STATE INTE ES S Vol XXXII XXXIINo No 44 Jacksonville and DeLand Fla Wednesday November 1 1905 Whole No No16 1620 Experience With Alsike AlsikeWherever Alsikehcrcycr AlsikeWherever Wherever it can be grown we rec recommend reeonuuellll reconnueud ¬ ommend the trial of alfalfa But on onflatwoods on11atwoods onflatwoods flatwoods land or any soil where the thewater thewater thewater water level is near the surface alfalfa alfalfaAvill alfalfawill alfalfawill will not thrive On such lands we wesuggest wesuggcst wesuggest suggest that you try tr alsike or Swedish Swedishclover Swedishcloer Swedishclover clover The following from the Ohio OhioFarmer OhioFarmcl OhioFarmer Farmer gives g cs the results results of the ex experiments cxlcrimcuL experiments ¬ periments of four farmers farmersNO farmcrsNO1 farmersNO NO NO1 NO1I 1 1I 1I I have had alsike and timothy timothymixed timothymixcd tim...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 1 November 1905

nn THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST HomeMade Canning Outfit OutfitIn In the paper of April 12 we pul pullislied pub publisbed lislied an article on using a Lomemat Lomematcanning lJOmemadc lJOmemadccanning canning outfit taken from Farm ai aiRanch and andRanch Ranch Below you ou will find a d dscription de deflcrilltion scription of the th outfit from the san sanpaper same samevaper paper paperHaving vaperHaving Having read Mr C Falkners r rcent re recent cent article on canning factories factorieswish I Iwish wish to contribute my mite to tl tldiscussion tbc tbcdiscussion discussion of home canning outfitIast outfit outfitslast last summer not having ten dolla dollato dollars dollarsto to pay for a patented home canneI canner cannerI I went into a hardware shore bougl bouglan bought an 11 iron ham boiler for my No No7 7 stovhad stove stovehad had a perforated sheet iron baski baskimade basket basketmade made to fit inside the boiler so that thatcould I Icould could lift out the cans easil...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 1 November 1905

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 701 0 oil = FLOUR oilFLOUR and FLOWERS OF SULPHUR SULPHURWhale jt V 7 h c o i L J JWhale Whale = Oil Soap and other Insecticides F FEe ° E Ee 0 PAINTER FERTILIZER CO Jacksonville Fla Handle With Care CareItlius CareHlms CareIthus Itlius toxicodendron commonly cal called calICII called ¬ led poison poi < on ivy y is quite abundant abundantin in many man parts of the state Rhus Runsvonenata Rhusycnenata Rhusvenenata vonenata usually u < lmll known as poison poisonsumac polsonsumac poisonsumac sumac or poison dogwood Is said saidto sa saidto ill illto to grow in Florida though we have havenever havenever havenever never seen it As the latter is only onlyfound onlyf01l1111 onlyfound found in swamps it is not so danger dangerous dangerons dangerous ¬ ous as the poison loio5on ivy y which climbs climhsover cIimbsoer climbsover over fences and trees on dry land landBesides landBesides landBesides Besides the remedies mentioned be below below below ¬ low you ...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 1 November 1905

702 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST Eyeless Topless Potatoes PotatoesWe PotatoesWe PotatoesWe We have read this wonderful stor storin story storyin storin in many of our agricultural exchanges exchangeusually exchangesusually exchangesusually usually without a word of commen commenWe comment commentWe commentWe We did not believe a word of it bu buthe but butthe buthe the American Farmer tells the stor storso story storyso storlso so well and its remarks are so goo goothat good goodthat goothat < that we give it place this week weekWe weekWe weekWe We We like a good story even when wi wiknow we weknow wiknow know it is not true In fact many o othe of ofthe othe the best stories are pure fiction bu buif but butif buif if well told are entertaining and thais tha thatis thais is the main purpose of a story storyNaturally storyNaturally storyNaturally Naturally however we are skeptica skepticaand skepticaland skepticaand and when we read one of these wondestories wonde wonderstories wondes...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 1 November 1905

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 703 Ayers AyersTake A iipers iipersTake Y Yiipers Take cold c > ld easily Throat Throattender Throattender Throattender tender Lungs weak Any Anyrelatives Anyrelatives Anyrelatives relatives have consumption consumptionThen consumptionThen consumptionThen Then a cough means a great greatCherry greatCherry greatCherry Cherry CherryPectoral CherryPectoral CherryPectoral Pectoral Pectoraldeal deal to you Follow your yourdoctors yourdoctors yourdoctors doctors advice and take takeAyers takeAyers takeAyers Ayers Cherry Pectoral It Itheals Itheals Itheals heals strengthens prevents preventsFor For 40 ye years I have depended on Ayers AyersCherrv AyersCherry Cherrv Pectoral for coughs COUIS and an colds colrtsknow I Iknowlt Iknow know knowlt it greatly strengthens stren hens weak lungs lungsMas hmslIIns lungsMIS Mas 1 P A KOBIKSON Saline Mich Mich25e5flc100 JlIcb25e Mich25e 25e5flc100 25e5flc100All 25e 5Oe 100 OO J JCAYERCO JCAYERCOAU C AVER CO COT COAll All tl...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 1 November 1905

ro4 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST DEPARTMENT OF ORNAMENTAL ORNAMENTALHORTICULTURE ORNAMENTALHORTICULTURE ORNAMENTALHORTICULTURE HORTICULTURE HORTICULTUREw w V C STEELE STEELESWITZERLAND STEELESWITZERLAND STEELESWITZERLAND SWITZERLAND ILOKIDA ILOKIDATHE I LO J R I D DTHE DA DATHE THE BOTANY CLASS CIASSBY CLASSBY CLASSBY BY ritOFESSOIt W N CLUTE CLUTEin in American mcl cm Botanist HotanistLESSON BotmistIESSOX BotanistLESSON LESSON XIII XIIIWe XIIIc XIIIWe We c have just received a box of ofspecimens ofsllecimens ofspecimens specimens to be named namc which were wereaccompanied werucompanied were wereaccompanied accompanied by b a letter which reads readsas as follows followsE followsEd followsEditor E Ed Editor < IHor io Floral Depart DClIa Dcpnrinncnt DcpnrinncntIV rlmclI tncnt tncntBy t tB By B this mail I send two plants plantsWhen plantshen plantsWhen When hen you ou take the cover from the thetin thetin thetin tin can a large flower with one leaf leafis leafis leafis is first then...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 1 November 1905

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 705 from Mr Meads collection and every everyone everyone everyone one survived during the big freeze freezeIn freezeIn freezeIn In 1891 and 1892 I raised several hun hundred hundred hundred ¬ dred plants from seeds which I had hadreceived hadreceived hadreceived received from Southern Brazil Para Paraguay Paraguay Paraguay ¬ guay Uruguay Montevideo and Ar Argentina Argentina Argentina ¬ gentina most of which are now in full fullbearing fullbearing fullbearing bearing and all being exquisite speci specimen specimen specimen ¬ men plants each particular species specieshaving specieshaving specieshaving having a beauty entirely its own I Ihave Ihave Ihave have specimens of the following follovingspecies followingspecies followingspecies species on my grounds groundsA A Species of the C australis group groupI I Cocos australis in bearing very verydistinct verydistinct verydistinct distinct 2 C datil massve and a strong stronggrower stronggrower stronggrower gro...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 1 November 1905

700 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST FLORIDA E LO 19k AGRICULTURIST A6B1CETOBBTEntered Entered at the postoffice at Deland Florida Floridaas as secondclass matter matterE E O PAINTER PUBLISHING PU LISIIING CO COPublishers COIublishers COPublishers Publishers and Proprietors ProprietorsPublished ProprietorsIublished ProprietorsPublished Published every Wednesday and devoted to tothe tothe tothe the development of Florida and the best in interests interests interests ¬ terests of her people peopleMembers peopleMembers peopleMembers Members of ofTHE ofTIlE ofTHE THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATIONAffiliated ASSOCIATION I Affiliated with the theNATIONAL theNATIONAL theNATIONAL NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATIONTERMS ASSOCIATIUNTERMS ASSOCIATIONTERMS TERMS TERMSOne TERMSOne I One year single subscription 200 200Six 200Six Six months single subscription lOu lOuSingle lUvSingle 1wSingle Single copy Ki KiADVERTISING xADVERTISING Ii IiADVERTISING ADVERTISING RATES RATESRates RATESRate...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 1 November 1905

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 707 The Farm Labor Problem ProblemTlic ProblemThe ProblemThe The following editorial from the theSouthern theSouthern theSouthern Southern Uuralist contains some good goodadvice goodadvice goodmlvice advice as to the treatment of laborers laborersThe lalJorerslhe laborersThe The problem of farm labor we have havealways havealwars havealways always with us in a more and more moreaggravated moreaggravated moreaggravated aggravated form Every Eyer year we have haveto bayeto haveto to pay a little more more money for considerably con considerably consil1erabl ¬ siderably less service in fact it seemsthat seems seemsthat scemsthat that the more we pay the less we weget weget weget get From almost every section the thefarmers thefarmers thefarmers farmers are complaining that they can cannot cannot cannot not control labor and are forced to torent torent torent rent out most of their land to tenants tenantsor or let it go uncultivated uncultivatedThe uncultiatcTh...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 1 November 1905

708 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTAll inquirY for this de department department department ¬ All communications communica ons or partment should be addressed to toFLORIDA toFLORIDA toFLORIDA FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST AGRICULTURISTThe The editor of this department will gladly gladlywelcome gladlywelcome gladlywelcome welcome any hints or articles pertinent to the thehousehold thehousebold thehousehold household If any reader has any helpful sug suggestions S1 suggestions > g ggestions ¬ gestions please send them along alongXiet alongLet alongLet Let Us Forget ForgetLet ForgetLet ForgetLet Let us forget the day is cold coldThe coldThe coldThe The fire is out and we are old oldLet oldLet oldLet Let us forget cares that corrode corrodeLet corrodeLet corrodeLet Let us drop oft of that weary load loadIxjt loadLet loadLet Let us u < forget the grudge we owe oweBy oweBy oweBy By kindly deeds subdue our foe foeLet foeLet foeLet Let us forget the selfish deed deed...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 1 November 1905

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 709 POULTRY DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTAH All communications and inquiries inquiriessnould inquiriesslould Inquiriessisould snould be addressed to toW toW toW W C STEELE STEELESwitzerland STEELESwitzerland STEELSSwitzerland Switzerland Florida FloridaChicken FloridaChicken FloridaChicken Chicken or Pork ForkThere PorkTbere PorkThere There is much trutii trut in an item itempublished itempublished itempublished published by the Inland Farmer FarmerTliere FarmerTberc FarmerThere There is no doubt that chicken meat meatis is much more wholesome than the theordinary ilieordinar theordinary ordinary ordinar pork of the stores and we wewonder wewonder wewonder wonder that farmers do not use more moreof 1110reof moreof of it But the bulk of the fresh pork porkused IlorkusC porkused used usC on farmers tables > 8 in Florida is isfrom isfrom isfrom from razorback hogs that are usually usuallyas usuaIl usuaIls as s healthy health and the meat as whole wholesome WllOleso...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 1 November 1905

Nn THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST I ConsumptiontJ Consumption ConsumptionThere tJ 1 There is no specific for forconsumption forconsumption forconsumption consumption Fresh air ex exercise exercise exercise ¬ ercise nourishing food andScotts and andScotts andScotts Scotts Emulsion will come comepretty comepretty comepretty pretty near curing it if there thereis is anything to build on Millions Mil Millions Millions ¬ lions of people throughout the theworld theworld theworld world are living and in good goodhealth goodhealth goodhealth health on one lung lungf lungtJ tJ f From time immemorial the thedoctors thedoctors thedoctors doctors prescribed cod liver liveroil liveroil liveroil oil for consumption Of Ofcourse Ofcourse Ofcourse course the patient could not nottake nottake nottake take it in its old form hence henceit it did very little good They Theycan Theycan Theycan can take takeSCOTTS takeSCOTTS takeSCOTTS SCOTTS SCOTTSEMULSION SCOTTSEMULSION SCOTTSEIIULSION EMULSION EMULSIONand a...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 1 November 1905

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST Ill INTERNATIONAL SUNSIIINE SOCIETY SOCIETTPresident SOCIETYPresident SOCIETYPresident President General GeneralMrs Mrs Cynthia W Allen AllenHeadquarters AllenHeadquarters96 AllenHeadquarters96 Headquarters Headquarters96 96 Fifth Avenue New York YorkState YorkState YorkState State President Florida Mrs Mary L LBradt LBradt LBradt Bradt 211 West Adams S Jacksonville JacksonvilleHave JacksonvilleHave JacksonvilleHave Have you a kindness shown shownPass shownPass shownPass Pass It on onTwas onTwas onTwas Twas not given for you alone alonePass alonePass alonePass Pass It on onLet onLet onLet Let It travel down the years yearsLet yearsLet yearsLet Let It wipe anothers tears tearsTill tearsTill tearsTill Till In heaven the deed appears appearsPass appearsPass appearsPass Pass It on onMotto onlIIottoGood onMottoGood Motto lIIottoGood Good Cheer CheerColors CheerColorsYellow CbeerColorsYellow Colors ColorsYellow Tellow and white whiteState whiteState whiteState St...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 1 November 1905

I 712 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST hundreds to headquarters Two from fromHarriet fromHarriet fromHarriet Harriet and Hally Smith are given givenbelow givenbelow givenbelow below These children were sent sentbadges sentbadges sentbadges badges and enrolled as members in ingood ingood ingood good standing standingMy standingMy standingMy My dear Sun Shine I inclose eight eightstamps eightstamps eightstamps stamps I inclose G cents of this as asa asa asa a present to Sun Shine I hope the theBlind theBlind theBlind Blind Babies had a nice time in incountry incountry incountry country I hope you can take them themagain themagain themagain again next summer I am going to tostart tostart tostart start school the 25th of September SeptemberI I had a fine time on the mountain mountainDick mountainDick mountainDick Dick and I gathered gal half halfof halfof halfof of chinquapins Please put me on onblind onblind onblind blind babies sustaning fun Your Yourlittle Yourlittle Yourlittle little unkno...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 1 November 1905

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 713 DRAGGING DRAGGINGdown down pains are a symptom of the most serious trouble which can canattack canattack canattack attack a wor woman an viz Vi falling of the womb With this generally generallycome generallycome generallycome come irregul painful scanty or profuse periods wasteful weaken weakening weakenIng weakening ¬ ing drains dreadful dre adful backache headachenervousness headache nervousness dizziness irri irritability irritability irritability ¬ tability tired feeling inability to walk loss of appetite color and andbeauty andbeluty andbeauty beauty The cure is isWINE IsI IsW isWINE I W WINE WINEOF OF E CARDUI CARDUIWomans I IWomans Womans Relief Reliefthat that marvelous curative extract or natural essence of herbs which whichexerts whichexerts whichexerts exerts such a wonderful strengthening influence on all female organs organsCardui organsCardul organsCardui Cardui relieves pain regulates the menses stops drains and stim stimulates stimulates...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 1 November 1905

714 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 1 1WFT WFT W T OR DORYLET D DRY DRYSPRAY RY RYLET LET US SPRAY SPRAYWe I IWe We can furnish you anything in the spraying line from a gill atomizer atomizerto 1m 1mto to a power pump or dry dust blower blowerS blowere m r r3 riY S te tea teIf e i a I e I J I Jt JtIf > If you want spraying material of any kind we have it itE itE itE E 0 Painter Fertilizer Co Jacksonville Fla FlaWe FlaWe I II I I IWe < We Want Every Grower t the e State to Have Our Books BooksFLORIDA FLORIDA VEGETABLES A complete manual manualon IRISH POTATOES POTATOESBook Book on Soil Seed Plant Planting Planton ¬ on Florida crops cropsFLORIDA 414 ing and Cultivation Effect of Fertilizers Digging Diggingand Diggingand Diggingand and Shipping ShippingPINEAPPLE ShippingFLORIDA ShippingFLORIDA FLORIDA ORANGES Book of special interest interestto PINEAPPLE FERTILIZING Of special speCla I Ito interest interestto mterestg to orange oran g e growers growersFLORIDA gr owers to pineapple grow...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 8 November 1905

1 LaLr r fin > Of 4 9E OTED TQ TQJOIPR14 JOIPR14 A STATE INTE ES Vol XXXII XXXIINo No 45 Jacksonville and DeLand Fla Wednesday November 8 1905 Whole No 1621 16 1 Why Farmers Should Raise Draft DrafHorses DraftHorses DraftHorses Horses HorsesThe Horsesrhc HorsesThe The keeping of large and l better IIcttehorses betterhorses > ettei etteiliorsos horses would be u i step forward for forFlorida forFlolida forFlorida Florida fanners A large horse can candraw cundl1w candraw draw a small load if that is all that tliatyou thatJou thatyou you have to move or he can easily easilywalk caiJJwalk easilywalk walk off with a heavy hcav load when whenoccasion whcnoC whenoccasion small horse horsecan hOlsecan horsecan occasion oC < lsioll require The can only onl move a small load and yet yetit yctit yetit it costs more to feed in proportion proportionto to size than the large one oneThe oncThe OutThe The following argument is from the theI theIt theItive I jive It e Stock Journal JournalF...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 8 November 1905

716 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 1 1eoni corn Incomparably the finest fin St Iamb Iambon lal11son lambson on the Chicago Chiea o market for the past pastthree past pasithree pastthree three years have been shipped there therefrom tIICrefrom therefrom from the pea fields fiell1 of Colorado Color lo Su Sugar 8uJar Sugar ¬ gar beets tops and pulp are eaten eatenvoraciously eatenvoraciously catenyorncious voraciously yorncious by In all kinds of stock and andit nmlit andit it is i learned leanl tl by actual experiment that thatthey thatthe thatthey they the give ive a 1 finish and flavor to the themeat themeat themeat meat that cannot be excelled if at atall ntnil atall all equalled by any other feed feedNow fcell1ow feedNow Now while all this is i of special in interest interClt interest ¬ terest and profit to the farmers of ofColorado ofColornllo ofColorado Colorado it confirms the fact alreadylearned alreadylearned already nlrcatlyleanll learned in Florida that cattle and andhogs and an...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 8 November 1905

L THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 711 FLOUR and FLOWERS OF SULPHUR SULPHURWhale i Whale = Oil Soap and other Insecticides Forbfale ForbfaleE F ° by byB 0 E 0 PAINTER FERTILIZER CO Jacksonville Fla 100 To 150 Bushels of Corn Per PerUnder PerAcre PerAcre Acre AcreUnller AcreUnder Under this heading heulin the Southern SouthernCultivator SouthernCultiatOl SouthernCultivator Cultivator prints a letter from a L cor correspondent correspolldent correspondent ¬ respondent telling tellill how he STOWS rOn ex extra exIra extra ¬ tra crops of corn What lIat he has done doneothers 110lleothers doneothers others can do as well if they will Itc Itcas heas beas as careful in preparing the land and andin mulill andin in cultivating lult atin the crop The letter letteris etteris is as follows followsI I am going goill to tell the readers or orthe ofthe < > f fthe the Cultivatorhow Cultivator lIow I made over one onehundred onehmltlllll onehundred hundred bushels of corn per acre on ongood 011oOlI o...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 8 November 1905

718 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST The Simple Life on a Farm FarmAn I IAn j jAn An account of one days work done doneon doneon doneon sounds natural naturalexperience naturalexperience naturalexperience on a farm by a woman experience We agree with the writertlmt writerthat writer writerthat that there are worse things than liv living living living ¬ ing on a farm The article is from the theRural theRural theRural Rural New Yorker YorkerHaving YorkerHnvil1 YorkerHaving Having been much interested in the thesketches tlICsketches thesketches sketches of farm life in your paper paperI I send yon one Saturdays work on a asmall asmall asmall small farm in Erie Co Pa in the themonth tllemonth themonth month of August At 5 a m I don donmy donmy morning suit which consists of ofshort ofshort ofshort I my short skirt shirt waist heavy shoes shoesand shoesand I Iand and sunbonnet Having started a dire firein direin direin in the kitchen range ran e I put the pota potatoes potatoes ¬ I Itoes toes w...

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