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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 28 February 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 143 bear the tree should go on increasing increasingin in its bearing capacity until it reaches reachesits its it maturity about the 12th year yearThe yearThe yearThe The capacity of the avocado at full fullbearing fullhearin fallbearing bearing hearin is placed at from 50 to 500 500true 500true 500true true this is very much guesswork guessworkThere guessworkThere guessworkThere There is an actual record of a tree in innorthern innorthern innorthern northern California see The Avoca Avocado Aocado Avocado ¬ do by G N Collins that yielded 500 fruits in its 8th year There is ishowever ishoweer ishowever I however a tree on my place that I Iraised Imised Iraised raised from seed sent me from the theAgricultural theArricultural theAgricultural Agricultural Department at Washing Washington Washinbton rashington ¬ ton of the bearing of which I have havekept havekept havekept kept a record for the three past sea seasons seasons seasons ¬ sons Season of 1903 103 t...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 28 February 1906

144 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST AGRICULTURISTo o c cr 1 100 in In Gold G for 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 forthird for 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 Florida WHO RECEIVED THE 100 IN GOLD AND WHY WHYHAWKS WHYHAWKS WILYHAWKS HAWKS PARK FLA Feb 18 1905 1905The 1905The 1905The The E O Painter Fertilizer Co Jacksonville Fla FlaGENTLEMEN r rGENTLEMENYour t tGENTLEMENYour GENTLEMEN GENTLEMENYour Your favor of the 14th inst enclosing goldbearing check for 11000 in payment of the First Prize of the thefirst thefirst thefirst first years competition on best boxes of orang...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 7 March 1906

LIB LIPRAjt R A R Y cerera t Jot JotLIPRAjt s YSaSZP2LD OZZTX orJ 1 1A CN a q n r 2 ns 6 6U n nU U S Depart Department t of rAgricufure rAgricufureVOL Agriculture 9 OTED T F FUOURNA UOURNA STATE INTERES INTERESVOL VOL XXXIII Nogo No go Jacksonville and DeLand Fla Wednesday March 71906 7 1906 Whole No 1638 Modern Progress Reaches the theFarmer theFarmer theFarmer FarmerThe FarmerThe Farmer FarmerThe The isolation and deprivations of ofthe ofthe ofthe the farmers life as it was a few years yearsago yearsago yearsago ago are nearly done away in all the theolder theolder theolder older settled states As most of this thisstate thisstute thisstate state is new there are many cases caseswhere cuseswhere caseswhere where all the trials of frontier life are arestill arestill arestill still to be endured Yet Yet as it is a astate adate astate state of small sma farms there are many manysettlements manysettlements manysettlements settlements where the people are near nearenough ncarenough near...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 7 March 1906

r J e a ar r A 146 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST srup S 95iitp rnll from the same acreage as the theRed theR theRed Red R d or Ribbon cane It will thrive thriveon on poorer soil than these varieties varietiesand varietiesf varietiesand and f and ld it does not require to be replanted replantedeVery repantellevery replantedevery eVery every year The best cane on my myplace myplace myplace place is live year old Japanese cane canestubble canestubble canestubble stubble flQO r > QQ stalks will plant an acre acreagainst acretainst acreagainst1U00 against against1U00 1000 UOO of the other varieties varietiesmidvlieh varietiesu varietiesandwlien midvlieh dWlie it Is ther ° < > ¬ i iI u andwlien l once planted per permanently periihanently manently I if given the least bit of at attention attention attention ¬ tention It requires very little fertilimtIon fertili fertilizatioii fertilization zatioii after it once gets started as asits asits asIts its roots penetrate very deep in the th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 7 March 1906

THE FLORIDA I AGRICULTURIST 147 FLOUR and FLOWERS OF SULPHUR SULPHURWhale SULPHURWhaleOil Whale WhaleOil = Oil Soap So p and other Insecticides Fofbfae FofbfaeE Forb ForsaleEO ale aleE E EO 0 PAINTER FERTILIZER CO Jacksonville Fla keep the ground around them well wellpulverized wellpulverized wellpulverized pulverized with hoe or cultivator cultivatorIf If trees feather out from top to tobottom tobottom tobottom bottom the first year dont rub the thebranches thcbranches thebranches branches off as they thc serve to keep the thesun thesun thesun sun from scalding the trunk Begin Beginthe IJeginthe Beginthe the top five or six feet from the theground thcground theground ground but let branches below this thisheight thisheight thisheight height grow each year until top is islarge islarge islarge large enough to shade the trunk but butcnt butcut butcut cut these branches back each winter winterto to a foot so that the main growth will willbe wiIIbc willbe be in the top where wanted Ther...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 7 March 1906

148 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST > 11 GOOD GOODIIOUSEKEEPING GOODHOUSEKEEPING v vHOUSEKEEPING HOUSEKEEPING HOUSEKEEPINGA 4 4o 4O 4a 4A 0 o O a A Handsome Illustrated Monthly Magazine MagazineFor For All the Family FamilyGOOD familyGooD FamilyGoon GOOD HOUSEKEEPING is bright helpful practi practical pr practical etl etlcal ¬ cal and full of rood ood cheer Each month it bnngs bnngseverything bnngsthe bringsthe the whole family together in the enjoyment of ofeverything ofeverything everything that is good Good stories and goodpictures goodpictures good goodpictures pictures to amuse the grownupS and their children children chil children ¬ dren good goodlticles 1ticlesabontthe about aboutthe the serious and the lighterReaches lighterReaches lighter lighterReaches Reaches 200000 Homes HomesOver HomesOver HomesOver Over a Million Readers Readersproblems Readersproblems Readersproblems problems of the home the bringing brin ng tip of children childreneducation childreneducation childrenedu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 7 March 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 149 I Pale Thin ThinNervous ThinNervous ThinNervous Nervous NervousThen Then your blood must be in ina ina ina a very bad condition You Youcertainly Youcertainly Youcertainly certainly know what to take takethen takethen takethen then take it itAyers Ayers Sarsa Sarsaparilla Sarsaparilla Sarsaparilla parilla If you doubt then thenconsult thenconsult thenconsult consult your doctor We know knowwhat knowwhat knowwhat what he will say about this thisgrand thisgrand thisgrand grand old family medicine medicineThis This is the first question your doctor would wouldask wouldask wouldask ask Are your bowels regular re ular1 lie knows knowsthat knowthat knowsthat that daily action of the bowels is absolutely absolutelyessential absolutelyesseutlal absolutelyessential essential to recovery Keep your liver active activen activeand activeand and n < l Jour bowels regular by taking taJ < ng laxative laxativedoses taxaUvedose laxativedoses doses of Ayers 1111s 111...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 7 March 1906

15e THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST DEPA1ITKENT DEPARTMENT OF ORNAMENTAL ORNAMENTALHOETICULTUBE ORNAMENTALHORTICULTURE I HORTICULTURE HORTICULTUREw W C STEELE STEELESWITZERLAND STEELESWITZERLAND STEELESWITZERLAND SWITZERLAND FLORIDA FLORIDACalifornia FLORIDACalifornia FLORIDACalifornia California Vs Florida FloridaMrs Floridahs FloridaMrs Mrs hs Townsend gives es a list of the theblooming thebloolJill theblooming bloolJill blooming plants in her yard trd It great greatly greatly reat reatI ¬ ly I exceeds in length and variety varie any anythat ml mlthat anythat that could be made In this part of the thestate thestate thestate state But how about South Florida FloridaSouth FloridaSouth FloridaSouth South Florida readers where is your yourstate yourstate yourstate state pride Can you ou not send In Inlists inlists inlists lists that will equal or surpass that thatof thatof thatof of California CaliforniaThere CaliforniaThere CaliforniaThere There are a number of plants men mentioned mention...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 7 March 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 151 reached the end of their journey In Inthis Inthis Inthis this way these trees have an intrinsic intrinsicvalue intrin intrinsicvalue ic icalue value that would be difficult to esti estimate e estivate ti timate ¬ mate This value is if vastly aft1J increased increasedliy liy the fact that it takes so long to toreplace toreillace toreplace replace them During the twenty twentyyears twentyJem twentyyears years Jem that I have have known these trees treesa a few inches or at most one or two twoinches twoinches twoinches inches or at most one or two feet only onlyhave onlyhl1vc onlyhave have been added to their girth girthThat girthThat 46 46That That Garden Huckleberry HuckleberryGreat HuckleberryGreat HuckleberryGreat Great care should be exercised about aboutgetting aboutettin aboutgetting getting ettin new fruits of which yon know knownothing knownothing knownothing nothing One was offered last spring springwhich sprinwhich springwhich which the editor o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 7 March 1906

12 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST AGRICULTURISTEntered Entered at the postoffice at DeLand Florida Floridaas as secondclass matter matterE E O PAINTER PUBLISHING CO COPublishers COpublishers COPublishers Publishers and Proprietors ProprietorsPublished ProprietorsPublished ProprietorsPublished Published every Wednesday and devoted to tothe totbe 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 ASSOCIATIONAffiliated ASSOCIATIONAffiliated Affiliated with the theNATIONAL theNATIONAL theNATIONAL NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATIONTERMS ASSOCIATIONTERMS ASSOCIATIONTERMS TERMS TERMSUne TERMSUne TERMSOne Une year single subscription 200 200Six 200Six Six months single subscription 100 100Singlt 100Sinjt 100Single 05 05ADVERTISING 05ADVERTISING 05ADVERTISING Single Sinjt copy ADVERTISING RATES...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 7 March 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 454k 1 ra e F FCotton Cotton Planters Feed Your YourPlants YourPlants w wPlants Plants and Make them Flourish FlourishNITRATE FlourishNITRATE I INITRATE NITRATE OF SODA is the sure way wayto wayto wayto to cultivate healthy heavy bearing bearingplants bearingplants bearingplants plants Cotton planters have havemade F made made tests for us uslin lin in various lo loCOTTON localities localities calities with satisfactory results resultsVe resultsWe Ve want more tests made on onCOTTON COTTON and will send sendAbsolutely sendAbsolutely sendAbsolutely Absolutely Free Freeto Free Freeto to the first planters who apply enough Nitrate of Soda to let lets letthem letthem s > them try it Write at once as this offer is necessarily limited limitedISv limitedTo 1 1To ISv To the twentyfive planters sending sendiu the best results from these thesetrials thesetrials EX i ir rt f r i I i < r rt f fI > trials offer a Prof Voorhees book Fertilizers Fertilizersa I l ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 7 March 1906

lot THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTAH All communications or inquiry for this de department department department ¬ partment should be addressed to toFLORIDA toFLORIDA toFLORIDA FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST AGRICULTURISTThe 0 0The The editor of this department will gladly gladlywelcome gladlywelcome gladlywelcome welcome any hints or articles pertinent to the thehousehold thehousehoJd thehousehold household If an reader has any helpful sug suggestions suggestions suggestions ¬ gestions please send them along alongTHOUGHTS alongTHOUGHTS alongTHOUGHTS THOUGHTS FOR THIS WEEK WEEKFaithful WEEKIaithful WEEKFaithful Faithful in inlittle little things fits one for forheroism forheroism forheroism heroism when the great trials come comeTouisa comerouisn comeLouisa Louisa Alcott AlcottEverybody AlcottEverybody Icott IcottEeQbol1r i I I Everybody has a way of living if ifyou ifyou ifyou you can get into it everyone is as asgood asgood asgood good as a story stoJMrs Mrs Whitn...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 7 March 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST tali POULTRY DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTAll All communications comnlunica ons and inquiries inqui es should shouldbe be addressed to toW W C G STEELE STEELESwitzerland STEELESwiturland STEELESwitzerland Switzerland Florida FloridaComposition Flo FloridaComposition da daCODlposition Composition and Use of Prepared PreparedAnimal PreparedAniDlal PreparedAnimal Animal Foods for Poultry PoultryThe PoultryThe PoultryThe The following article from Poultry PoultrySuccess PoultrySuccess PoultrySuccess Success was written by one of the theassociate thelssociate theassociate associate editor editorsAs editorAs editorAs As I explained in the December Decembernumber Decembernumher Decembernumber number of Poultry Success animal animalfood animalfooll animalfood food is necessary for the best results resultsin in egg g production and for the growth growthand growthand growthand and development of chicks because becauseanimal beeIuseanimal becauseanimal animal protein is in ma...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 7 March 1906

155 I THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST Florida Pork ForkTlie Porkbe PorkThe The be acorn mast was good in places placesin plac placin in the county this season and as al a aresult aresult aresult result sweet line pork meat that could couldnot couldnot couldnot not be surpassed the world over may maybe maybe maybe be had in the market marketSpeaking marketSpeaking marketSpeaking Speaking of mast many persons personsmay personsmay personsmay may not be aware of the importance importancewhich importancewbich importancewhich which this product of the forest is isto isto isto to the average ruralist The razor razorback razorbackthe razorbackthe back backthe the thriftiest and most valuable valuablehog valuablehog valuablehog hog alive where he has a forest to toroam toroam toroam roam in incan can flavor himself with withacorns withacorns withacorns acorns or palmetto berries so that a apiece apiece apiece piece of his flesh outranks any meat meatof meatof meatof of his kindred fattened on the...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 7 March 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 157 INTERNATIONAL BITNSHXNIC SUNSUI E SOCIETY SOCTETTPresident SOCIETYPresident 1 1I 1President I President General GeneralMrs Mrs Mr Cynthia W Allen AllenHeadquarters AllenHeadquarters96 I IHeadQuarters9S Headquarters HeadQuarters9S 9 Fifth Avenue New York TorlcState YorkState I IState State President Florida Mrs Mary I IBradt L LBradt LBradt Bradt 211 11 West Adams S Jacksonville JacksonvilleHave JacklonvUleHave JacksonvilleHave Have you a kindness shown shownPass T TPass TPaIlS Pass It on onTwas onTwas onTwas Twas not given for you alone alonePass alonPass alonePass Pass It on onI onLet onLet I Let < et 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 onMottoGood onMottoGood Motto MottoGood Good Cheer CheerColors CheerColorsYellow CheerColorsYellow Colors ColorsYellow Tellow and white whiteState whiteState ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 7 March 1906

ion THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 3 + + 4yM4VOWOH 4yM4VOWOHThe + n + n + n nf f The Saving of the Sarah Bell BellywaviMuawavo I 0 0n 03E n ywaviMuawavo 3E + + n + The captain of the fisherman Sara SaraBell SarabBeIl SarahBell Bell moored overnight to the ice icewharf icewharf icewharf wharf was alone with me in his stuff stuffy stuffycabin stuffycabin j jcabin cabin The crew had gone uptown for foithe forthe forthe the evening eveningStretched eveningStretched eveningStretched Stretched out on the square dining diningtable diningtable diningtable table under the swinging lamp lay a achart achart achart chart of the North Atlantic fishing fishinggrounds fishinggrounds fishinggrounds grounds groundsIt It was an interesting sheet that thatsoiled thatsoiled thatsoiled soiled creased map thumbed greasy greasydotted greasydotted greasydotted dotted with soundings with thin thinwatery thinwatery thinwatery watery lines marking the boundaries boundariesof of the different shoals On Ban Banquere...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 7 March 1906

i THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST llJe u3 A Recipe for or a Day DayTake D7rake DayTake Take a little dash of water cold coldAnd coldAmI coldAnd And a little leaven of prayer prayerAnd prayerAnd prayerAnd And a little bit of morning gold goldDissolved goldDissolved goldDissolved Dissolved In the morning air airAdd nilAdd airAdd Add to your meal some merriment merrimentAnd merrimentAnd merrimentAnd And a thought for kith and kin kinAnd kinAnd kinAnd And then as your prime ingredient ingredientA A plenty of work thrown In InBut InBut InBut But spice it all with the essence o olove of oflove oflove love loveAnd loveAnd loveAnd And a little whiff of play playLet playIet playLet Let a nice old book and a glance glanciabove glanceabove glanceabove above aboveComplete aboveComplete aboveComplete Complete a well made day dayRural dayRural dayRural Rural Parcel Post Service ServiceContinued ServiceContinued ServiceContinued Continued from Page 153 153It 153It 153It It is therefore recommended that ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 7 March 1906

160 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST n i r 100 in n Gold for a box of Oranges OrangesThe i 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 Igo6The 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 Florida FloridaWHO FloridaWHO FloridaWHO WHO RECEIVED THE 100 IN GOLD AND WHY WHYx WHYHAWKS WHYHAWKS WHYHAWKS x HAWKS PARK FLA Feb 18 1905 1905The 1905The I9o5The The E O Painter Fertilizer Co Jacksonville Fla FlaGENTLEMENYour I IGENTLEMEN lGENTLEMENYour GENTLEMEN GENTLEMENYour Your favor of the 14th inst enclosing goldbearing check for 11000 in payment of the First Prize of the thefirst thefirst thefirst first years competit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 14 March 1906

tuTel Agt OTED To ToJO JO U UVOL R NAB TE EREST VOL XXXIII Noell No 91 Jacksonville and DeLand Fla Wednesday March 14 141906 1906 Whole No 1639 Tropical Fruits on the Florida FloridaKeys FloridaKeys FloridaHeys Keys KeysBy KeysBy HeysBy By P PT J Wester WesterThe Westerhe WesterThe The he development of the culture of oftropical oftropical oftropical tropical fruits in Florida dates from from1SGO 1860 when Benj Baker of Key West Westbrought Westbrought Westbrought brought a a small quantity of pineapple pineappleslips pineappleslips pineappleslips slips from Havana to Plantation Key KeyThe KeyThe KeyThe The experiments turned out success successfully successfully successfully ¬ fully and the large profits realized realizedfrom realizetlfrom realizedfrom from the sale of the fruit In Key West Westsoon Westsoon Wessoon t soon induced others to engage in the thenovel thenovel th thnovel e novel enterprise and plantations large largeand largeand largeand and small were gradually establi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 14 March 1906

r 0 162 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST poses Of at once majestic and grace graceful groceful graceful ¬ ful beauty it stands unsurpassed as asa asa asa a shade tree and its strong slender slenderand slenderand slenderand and flexible limbs and branches cover covered covered covered ¬ ed with feathery acacialike foliage foliagerenders foliagerenders foliagerenders renders it particularly useful as a awindbreak awindbrenk awindbreak windbreak and resistant to damage damagefrom damagefrom damagefrom from high winds The thick pods con contain contain contain ¬ tain an acid pulp of pleasant flavor flavormuch flavormuch flavormuch much esteemed in the East Indies for forculinary forculinary forculinary culinary use among the native popu population population population ¬ lation and preserved in syrup in the theWest theest theWest West est Indies and exported Hitherto Hithertono no attention has been paid to this fruit fruiton fruiton fruiton on the Keys but its preservation will willbe willbe ...

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