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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 21 February 1906

I I THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 123 POULTRY DEPARTMENT DEPAETMENTAll All communications and inquiries inqui es should shouldbe be addressed to toW W STEELE CSTEELESwitzerland C STEELESwitzerland STEELESwitzerland Switzerland Florida FloridaSuccess Flo FloridaSuccess da daSuccess Success With Homers HomersSome HomersSome HomersSome Some of the difficulties in the way wayof wayof wayof of the beginner at squab breeding breedingare are very clearly set forth In an article articlein in Poultry It will be seen that it is isnot isnot Isnot not all profit at the start like every everyother eyeryother everyother other business it has to be learned learnedand learnedanll learnedand and experience is often a dear school schoolWe schoolYc schoolWe We would like to thank you for your yourPractical yourPractical yourPractical Practical Squab Book It has pulled pulledus us out of a veritable Slough of De Despond Despond Despond ¬ spond in the matter of squab breeding breedingIn In early June 1903 w...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 21 February 1906

124 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST Consumption Consumptionif if There is no specific for forconsumption forconsumption forconsumption consumption Fresh air ex exercise exercise exercise ¬ ercise nourishing food and andScotts andScous andScotts Scotts Emulsion will come comepretty comepretty comepretty pretty near curing it if there thereis is anything to build on Mil Millions Millions Millions ¬ lions of of people throughout the theworld theworld theworld world are living and in good goodhealth goodhealth goodhealth health on one lung lungI lungtj tj < I 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 SCOTTSEMULSION EMULSION EMULSIONand and tolerate it...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 21 February 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST INTERNATIONAL BNATlONAL SUNSHINE SOCIETY SOCIETYPresident SOCIErYPresident SOCIETYPresident President General GeneralM Mrs Cynthia W Allen AllenHeadquarters AllenHeadquarter AllenHeadquarters96 Headquarters 98 Fifth Avenue New York TorkState YorkState YorkState State President Florida Mrs Mary MaryBradt L LBradt LBradt Bradt 211 11 West Adams S Jacksonville JacksonvilleHave JacksonvilleHave JacksonvilleHave Have yon a kindness ktndn shown shownTPass shownPass T TPass Pass It on onTwas onTwas onTwas Twas not given for you alone alonePass alonPass alonePass Pass It on onLet onLet onLet Let It travel down the years yearsLet yearsLet vearLet Let It wipe anothers tears tearsTill tearsTill tearsTill Till In heaven the deed appears appearsPass appearsPass appearsPass Pass It on onMotto onMottoGood onMottoGood Motto MottoGood Good Cheer CheerColors CheerCOlor CheerColorsYellow Colors ColorsYellow Tellow and white whiteState whiteState whiteState State Color ColorDe...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 21 February 1906

126 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST WOWWM 4 Eti = Ef3 EtI E tn tnIMPRISONED 1I1EIMPRISONED 1 IMPRISONED BY LAVA LAVABy I I By Albert Alb W Tolman n + + o + In 1854 the brigofwar Eudocia EudociaCapt EudociaCapt EudociaCapt Capt Henker Lambe was sent on an anexploring anexploring anexploring exploring expedition to the Antarctic AntarcticOcean AntarcticOcean AntarcticOcean Ocean to determine certain points of ofthe ofthe ofthe the Southern Continent the most mostcheerless mostcheerless mostcheerless cheerless and inhospitable of all lands landsThe lanllsThe landsThe The vessel touched at Cape Town late latein latein latein in November and a few weeks later lateragain lateragain lateragain again set sail sailAmong sailAmong sailAmong Among the brigs company were two twomidshipmen twomidshipmen twomidshipmen midshipmen Harry Furness from Bris Bristol Bristol Bristol ¬ tol and Richard Scoresby of Liver Liverpool Liverpool Liverpool ¬ pool who had been together in the ser service service servic...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 21 February 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 127 The place where we pitched camp campwas campwns campwas was at the edge of a plain Grass Grassabout Grassnbout Grassabout about as tall as wheat covered it and andshook nnd6hook andshook shook in the wind with a play of high highand highnUll highand and low lights that reminded one of ofthe ofthe ofthe the dimpling of the sea And the bles blesboks besboks blesboks boks feeding in it were like dolphins dolphinsyou you could just see their purple backs backsrounding backsrounding backsrounding rounding above the trembling expanse expanseAway expanseAwaI expanseAway Away on offfar far out ut to sea I was go going going going ¬ ing to say sayn a rocky island of a butte buttelifted buttelifted buttelifted lifted its silvery gray head the one onerugged oneruggetl onerugged rugged feature in the landscape My Myblacks Myblacks Myblacks blacks used to sweep their eyes across acrossit acro acrossit < > s sit it with a shudder They said it was washaunted was...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 21 February 1906

128 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST AGRICULTURIST1n 100 in 1n Gold for fora i a box of Oranges OrangesThe The second contest for our 100 Gold Prize will take place in Jacksonville at the Pure Food Exposition to be held January January4th January4th January4th 4th to 18th 1906 The prizes offered are as follows 100 in gold for the best box of oranges 50 for second best 25 for forthird forthird forthird third best 50 for best box of grapefruit 25 for second best 10 for third best For full particulars address addressE addressE addressE E O PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY Jacksonville Jac onviIle Florida FloridaWHO FloridaWHO FloridaWHO WHO RECEIVED THE 100 IN GOLD AND WHY WHYHAWKS WHYHAWKS I IHAWKS HAWKS PARK FLA Feb 18 1905 1905The 1905The 1905The The E O Painter Fertilizer Co Jacksonville Fla FlaGENTLEMEN FlaGENTLEMENYour FlaGENTLEMENYour GENTLEMEN GENTLEMENYour Your favor of the 14th inst enclosing goldbearing check for 11000 i in payment of the First Prize of the thefirst thefirst thefirst fir...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 28 February 1906

RY RYL1 L1 g 9 9t 9r r 2 u Secrct llrJ rJ t Of o f feats eats Irlcl fu fuc I c cVOL > c 41 419OTED 9OTED TD TDST o t ST gt5 JOURNA ATE INTERS INTERSVOL VOL XXXIII No No9 9 Jacksonville and DeLand Fla Wednesday February 28 281906 1906 Whole No 1637 Forage Crops for the South SouthUp SonthUp SouthUp Up to the date of the great freeze freezof freezeof freezeof of 18945 very few agriculturists a aleast at atleast aleast least in the orange belt tried to gro groany grow growmy growany any forage for their stock dependiii dependiiientirely dependlngentirely dependingentirely entirely on imported forage Now i iis it itIs IIs is generally recognized that the upto uptodate uptodate uptodate date farmer and fruit grower mils milsraise must mustraise musraise raise his own stock feed as far a apossible as aspossi apossible possible possibleFarming possi possibleFarming le leFarming Farming in Georgia is not essential essentially ly different from farming in Florida FloridaTherefore FloridaT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 28 February 1906

N r ri 1 4T < THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 130 for in rich moist alluvial all uvial soils so somay some somemay son sonmay may reestablish themselves on flbro flbroroots fibrous fibrousroots fibroroots roots emitted all a the way to the ei eiof end endof elof of the tap roots but even that won woube would wouldbe wonbe be of small benefit unless new de derroots deroots deep deeproots roots were sent down from the low lowtend lower lowerend lowend end endHaving Having now demonstrated that v vare we weare vare are able to compel or induce the p pcan pe pecan pcan can under a sort of instinct of se sepreservation sclf sclfpresenntion see seepreservation preservation to replace its old aiuseless ai and anduseless atuseless useless tap root with one or mo monew more morenew monew new ones I will now give some ii iiteresting in interesting I Iteresting teresting facts going to show tl tlvast the thevast t tvast vast superiority of pecan trees winatural wi with withnatural witnatural natu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 28 February 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST AGRICULTURISTFLOUR AGRICULTURISTFLOUR 131 131FLOUR FLOUR and FLOWERS OF SULPHUR SULPHURWhale SULPHURWhaleOil Whale WhaleOil = Oil Soap and other Insecticides Forbfe ForbfeE F ° as ° e eE E 0 PAINTER FERTILIZER CO Jacksonville Fla dogs or 01 eats cat but that belief has large largely Ilr largely e eh ¬ ly h been exploded Some were of the theopinion theIinion theopinion opinion that at the period of rutting ruttingin in the bitch it was liable to develop developbut i ibut i but enough has been learned regarding regardingit it to warrant me in saying sa ing neither neitherrutting neitherrutting neitherrutting rutting nor any disease the dog or orcat orcat orcat cat may ma have can develop rabies A Aspecific Aspecific Aspecific specific virus Y rus or poison the nature na 11re of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich which is not fully full understood must mustenter mustenter mustenter enter the system s stem of man or beast be before before before ¬ fore infection can take ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 28 February 1906

132 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST v GOOD GOODHOUSEKEEPING GOODIfOUSEKEEPING Y YIhOUSEKEEPING HOUSEKEEPING HOUSEKEEPINGK O O O 3 3A A Handsome Illustrated Monthly Magazine MagazineFor Masaz ne nefor For AH the Family FamilyGoo familyHOUSEXEJtPING FamilyGomm Goo Gomm HonsiKiKFiNO is bright helpful practi practical ¬ cal and full of good cheer Each month it brings bringsthe bringsthe bringsthe the whole family together in the enjoyment of ofeverything ofrnrythlng ofeverything everything that is IS good Good stories and good goodpictures goodpictures goodpictures pictures to mnse the grownups and their chil children cblldren Chudren ¬ dren goodkticles about abontthe the serious and the lighter lighterReaches lIcbterReaches lighterReaches Reaches 200000 Homes HomesOver HomesOver HomesOver Over a Million Readers Readersproblems Readersproblema Readersproblems problems of the home the bringing tip of children childreneducation childreneducation childreneducation education higher thought music ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 28 February 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 133 A Doctors DoctorsMedicine DoctorsMedicine DoctorsMedicine Medicine MedicineAyers Ayers Cherry Pectoral is not nota a simple cough syrup It is a astrong astrong astrong strong medicine a doctors doctorsmedicine doctorsmedicine doctorsmedicine medicine It cures hard cases casessevere casessevere casessevere severe and desperate cases caseschronic caseschronic caseschronic chronic cases of asthma pleu pleurisy pleurisy pleurisy ¬ risy bronchitis consumption consumptionAsk Ask your doctor about this thisThe thisThe thisThe The best kind of a testimonial testimonialSold testimonialSold testimonialSold Sold for over sixty years yearso yearsAXa4e yearsMade Made b7J TT J C Ayer Co o Lowell Mass MMSAlso MusAlo TTmanufacturers Also manufacturers of ofyers oCSARSAPARILLA ofSARSAPARILLA AXa4e SARSAPARILLA SARSAPARILLAPILLS PC PILLS PILLSHAIR PILLSHAfR yers lJe I HAIR VIGOR VIGORWe VIGORWe VIGORWe I I We have no secrets I We publish publishhthe publishthe I the form...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 28 February 1906

134 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST DEPARTMENT OF ORNAMENTAL ORNAMENTALHORTICULTURE ORNAMENTALHORTICULTURE ORNA1hdENTALHORTICULTURE HORTICULTURE HORTICULTUREw w V C STEELE STEELESWITZERLAND STEELESWITZERLAND STEELSSWITZERLAND SWITZERLAND FLORIDA FLORIDABeautifying FLORIDABeautifying FLORIDABeautifying Beautifying Back Lots WitH Vines VinesEditor VinesElliff VinesEditor Editor Floral Department DepartmentThere JJpart11IlItIhere bepartnicutThere There has been a growing tendency tendencyof of late years ears both among tenants and andlandowners andlandowners lndlamlowners landowners to beautify their back backpremises backpremises backpremises premises premisesA A philanthropic manufacturer not noting noting noting ¬ ing the tl e desolate home surroundings surroundingsof of his operatives offered a premium premiumfor for the best kept back yard among amongthem mnongthem amongthem them Flower seeds and garden im implements imllements implements ¬ plements were generously added and andthe and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 28 February 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 135 1 1doing doing when it feels so good that it is isbound isbound isbound bound to expand Week after week weekthe weekthe weekthe the leafless shoots soar upwards until untilthey untilthey untilthey they are eight to fifteen feet long and andseveral andseveral andseveral several of them Wait By and by byfronds byfronds byfronds fronds will appear and clothe it in inFernlike inFernlike inFernlike Fernlike beauty beautyGerbera beautyGerbera beautyGerbera Gerbera Jameson TmnesoniThis This is a new newplant newplant newplant plant called by some florists Trans Transvaal Transvaal Transvaal ¬ vaal African or Scarlet Daisy It is isa isa isa a good plant showy easy to grow and andpopular andpopular mdpopular popular as a cut flower The plant plantmakes plantmakes plantmakes makes a tuft of leaves from which whichlong whichlong whichlong long stems are thrown up which bear bearlarge benrlarge bearlarge large bright Daisylike flowers It Itblooms Itblooms Itblooms ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 28 February 1906

3d THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST JOIIIBA LOUIE AGRICULTURIST AGlCuLTIJBmEntered Entered Ent r < d at atthe the postoffice at DeLand Florida Floridaas us as secondclass matter matterE matterE matterE E O PAINTER PUBLISHING CO COPublishers COPublishers COPublishers Publishers and Proprietors ProprietorsPublished ProprietorsPublished roprietorsublished Published Published every Wednesday and devoted to tothe tothe tothe the development of Florida and the best in interests inte interests ¬ terests te e ts of f her people peopleMembers peopleMembers peopleMembers Members of ofTHE ofTHE ofTHE THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATIONAffiliated ASSOCIATIONAffiliated ASSOCIATIONAffiliated Affiliated with the theNATIONAL theNATIONAL theNATIONAL NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATIONTERMS ASSOCIATIONTERMS ASSOCIATIONTERMS TERMS TERMSOne TERMSOne TERMSOne One year single subscription subscriptionSix 200Six 200 O Oix Six ix months single subscription subscriptionSingle subsc ption 100 100ADV...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 28 February 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 137 The Manatee Snail BumulnsDormani BUD1ulusDonnani Bumulns BumulusDorman Dormani DormaniPress DonnaniPress DormanPress Press Bulletin No 59 59 Florida Agri Agricultural Agricultural Agricultural ¬ cultural Experiment Station De Deprtment Deprtment Deprtment prtment of Entomology EntomologyThe The sooty mold of orange Meliola Meliolais is one of the most serious results of ofwhite ofwhite ofwhite white fly infestation of citrus groves grovesand grovesand grovesand and is an element in the injury to tovarious tovarious tovarious various plants from aphids and from fromsome fromsome fromsome some of the scale insects especially especiallythe the tiecaniums merely bugs waxscales waxscales wax waxscales scales and cottony cushion scale The Thefungus Thefunus Thefungus fungus is not itself a parasite on the theplant theplant theplant plant but a saprophyte deriving its itssustenance itssustenance itssustenance sustenance from the sweet honey dew dewsecreted dew...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 28 February 1906

138 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTAll All communications or inquiry for or this de department department department ¬ partment should be addressed addr sed to toFLORIDA toFLORIDA toFLORIDA FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST AGRICULTURISTThe n The editor of this department will gladly gladlywelcome gladlywelcome gladlywelcome welcome any hints or articles pertinent to the thehousehold thehousehold thehousehold household If an reader has any helpful sug suggestions suggestions suggestions ¬ gestions please send them along alongTHOUGHTS alongTHOUGHTS alongTHOUGHTS THOUGHTS FOR THIS WEEK1I13t WEEKThat WEEK WEEKThat That man was once a boy boyThat boyIhat boyThat That others have feelings feelingsThat feelingsThat feelingsThat That woman was was once a maiden maidenThat maidenThat maidenThat That a skilled workman was once oncem oncemapprentice an anapprentice anapprentice apprentice apprenticeThat apprenticeThat apprenticeThat That capital cannot be accumulated accumulated...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 28 February 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 139 POULTRY DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTAll All communications and inquiries should shouldbe shouldbe shoulcbe be addressed to toW W C C STEELE STEELESwitzerland STEELESwitzerland STEELESwitzerland Switzerland FloridaA Florida FloridaA FloridaA A Natural Hen Brooder for I Late LateHatched < atc atcHatched I IHatched Hatched Chicks ChicksA ChickscorreslJOndent A correspondent of the SuccessfuPoultry Successful SuccessfulPoultry SuccessfulIouItrr Poultry Journal writing from WintelPark Winter WinterPark VinterPark Park Fla gives his method of rais raising raising raising ¬ ing chicks chicksWhen chickshen chicksWhen When hen warm weather begins which whichwith whichwith whirlwith with us in Florida is s very veI early in the theseason theseason thi thiseason season we find no trouble in running runningthe runninithe the incubators though they then re require require require ¬ quire much more careful attention attentionbut attentionbut attentionbut but to properly ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 28 February 1906

140 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST time to about two hours a day The Thehens Thehens Thhens hens began to look brighter the egg eggyield eggyield eggyield yield increased and the amount ot otfeed offeed o ofeed feed fed diminished Nobody was wasworried wasworried wasworried worried As a short distance proposi proposition proposition proposition ¬ tion my flight was a success successIt It was a year ear ago last August that thatI I adopted this plan lhave used it on ongrowing ongrowing ongrowing growing chickens with perfect success successOf successUf successof Of course it is essential that grit shell shelland shelland shelland and charcoal be before the poultry all allthe allthe allthe the time I have had no regular poul poultrymau poultryman poultryman tryman during the time of the experi experiment experiment experiment ¬ ment Anybody who happened to be bemost bemost bemost most convenient has been sent to do dothe dotile dothe the work I have done considerable considerableexperiment...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 28 February 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 141 INTERNATIONAL SUNSHINE SOCIETY SOCTETTPresident SOCIETYPresident SOCIETYPresident President General GeneralM Mrs Cynthia W Allen AllenHeadquarters AllenHeadquarters91 AllenHeadquarters96 Headquarters Headquarters91 9 Fifth Avenue New York forkState YorkState YorkState State President Florida Mrs M Mary I IBradt L LBradt IBradt Bradt 211 West Adams S Jacksonville JacksonvilleHave Jacksonvtllet JacksonvtlleHave JacksonvilleSave t Have you ou a kindness shown shownPass T TPass TPas Pass It on onTwas onTwas onTwas Twas not given for you alone alonePass alonPass alonePass Pass It on onLet onLet onLet Let It travel down the years yearsLet yearsLet ears earsLet Let It wipe anothers tears tearsTill tearsTUlln tearsTill Till TUlln In heaven the deed appears appearsPass appearsPas appearsPass Pass It on onMotto onMottoGood onMottoGood Motto MottoGood Good Cheer CheerColors CheerColorsYellow CheerColorsYellow Colors ColorsYellow Tellow and white whiteState whiteSt...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 28 February 1906

142 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTU AGRICULTURIST ST yMZWMWyMXVI yMZWMWyMXVII + a I + The Lad Who Did Not Have a aChance 1 1Chance ° + Chance Chancei t ° i + 30E + fi + + E + 3CE43 V E + < rt n E + + n 3 E + n Et + n E + n 3 + a + 3 E + E + n 1 + 3 E + E + Ef 3 + ntn E E + E + 3 + n + 3CE + When hell Billy was seven years old b bmade be bemade hemade < made his first appearance at the dis district district district trict school He did not make any anjdistinct anylistinct anydistinct distinct impression on his teacher the thtfirst thefirst thefirst first day except she found herself herselJwondering herselfwondering herselfwondering wondering what the original material materiaof materialof of his muchpatched clothes might mighthave mighthave mighthave have heen and why his plump arms armsand armsand armsand and legs did hl not burst them since thejwere they theywere theywere were evidently made for him in his hisfifth hisfifth hisfifth fifth year ear During that first day the theson thes...

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