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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 9 May 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 303 I Blind Headache HeadacheAbout About a year ago writes Mrs Mattie Allen of 1123 Broadway Augusta Ga U I suffered with withblind withblind withblind blind sick headaches and backaches and could get getno getno getno no relief until I tried triedWINE triedWJ triedWINE WINE WJ WINEOF OF E CAROUI CAROUIWomans Womans Relief ReliefI I Immediately commenced to improve and andnow andnow andnow now I feel like a new woman and wish to torecommend torecommend torecommend recommend it to all sick women for I Iknow IWRITE IWRITE WRITE know it will cure them as it did me meUS meUS meus US Cardui is pure medicinal extract of ofIBEEIY ofFREELY ofFREELY FREELY vegetable herbs which relieves relievesand and frankly describing female pains regulates female femaleyour femalenddernpo y your ° nddernpo symptoms We will ailsconsider functionstonesuptheorgans functionstonesuptheorgansyou functions functionstones tones up the theorgans theorganscase organs organsconsider consid...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 9 May 1906

j 304 I THE FLORIDA I AGRICULTURIST a 11 e ii e i 77777777 4J7 7i iJ iJWET WET OR DRY DRYLET DRYI DRYLET I LET US SPRAY SPRAYi SPRAYer SPRAYIWe i We can furnish you anything in the spraying line from a gill atomizer atomizerto er r1 to a power pump or dry dust blower bloweri blowerIf I Iyou 1 a i I If you want spraying material of any kind we have itE it itR it4E 4E R E 0 Painter Fertilizer Co Jacksonville Fla FlaWANT FlaL 4 4WANT L IL LLL LLL LL1oos I o o oI o o ool p o 7 7WANT WANT BIG CROPS THEN USE IDEAL FERTILIZER FERTILIZEROUR OUR BOOKS WILL TELL YOU YOUFLORIDA YOUFLORIDA YOUFLORIDA FLORIDA VEGETABLES VEGETABLESA A complete manual IRISH POT POTon POTATOES POTATOESBook Book on Soil Seed Plant Planting Planton ¬ on Florida crops cropsFLORIDA A ing and Cultivation Effect of Fertilizers Digging Diggingand Diggingand Diggingand and Shipping ShippingPINEAPPLE ShippingFLORIDA ShippingFLORIDA FLORIDA ORANGES Book of special interest interestto PINEAPPLE FERTILIZING FERTILIZINGOf Of sp...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 16 May 1906

133 rjJ 8 Secref Clc Clcy y 1 lllJ lllJnfc rJ < JVfA + nfc nt Otj of j W WVOL Clc bst1clJjflt It II IIo b bG o i rtento rtento1a 1a u uo uVOL G 4 41 419OTE0 9OTE0 TD TDJOURNAL JOURNAL TATS INT INTVOL o VOL XXXIII No 4 Jacksonville and DeLand Fla Wednesday May 16 1906 Whole hole No 1648 Brains With Manual Labor LaborThe LaborThe LaborThe The following is an editorial from fromthe fromtbe fromthe the Southern Cultivator CultivatorWe We are always in these days da s en endeavoring endenorin en endeavoring ¬ deavoring to separate intellect and andmanual andmanual andmanual manual labor we want 1IIt one man to be bealways bellwlYs bealways always thinking and another to be al always always always ¬ ways working and we call one a agentleman agentleman agentleman gentleman and the other an operative operativewhereas operathewbereas operativewhereas whereas the workman ought ou ht often to toIbe toIbe tobe Ibe thinking and the thinker often to tobe tobe tobe be workin working and lIlIlbo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 16 May 1906

soil Oi THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST more kinds that will protect a build building buildIng buildIna ¬ ing from any ordinary stroke if pro properly properly properly ¬ perly put up The best rods tor the theprice tlteprIce theprice price he says are made of galvanized galvan galvanized aIYan aIYanize ¬ ized ize steel with or without copper coppersheathing copper8heathin coppersheathing sheathing and known as star rods rodsThey rollsTheybave rodsThey They Theybave have a starshape in transverse transversesection transversesection transversesection section and give e the greatest ettest possiblesurface possible possiblesurface possiblesurfce surface wIthout loss of rigidity rig llit and andthe amItlIe andthe the rod l being being > twisted < l adds to its itsstiffness itsstitrness itsstiffness I stiffness On either theory that elec electricity electrlclt electricity ¬ tricity trlclt travels on the surface or that thatthe thatthe I Ithe the conducting power is in proportion projxjrti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 16 May 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST AGRICULTURISTFLOUR 307 307FLOiJI 307FLOUR FLOiJI FLOUR and FLOWERS FLOWERS OF o s SULPHURWhaleOil SULPHUR SULPHURWhaleOil i pUR 1 0 0It It > s = < = 7r i O c Whale WhaleOil = Oil Soap and other Insecticides For0 For0E F FE ° 1L e cE E E 0 PAINTER FERTILIZER CO Jacksonville Fla > > = 1J same time bring me mule colts every everyyear ever everyear everyyear year These l hese colts will lie all clear clearprofit clearprofit clearprofit profit ahead of the man who wh works workshorses wors worshorses workshorses horses My I mares wei weigh h from 1400 to 1750 pounds each and were selected selecteilrather seectetlrather selectedrather rather because of conforming to the theideal theideal theideal ideal type of draft horse than on ac account account account ¬ count of size I will not keep a single singlehorse singlehorse singlehorse horse on my place as I want work workand workmd workand and colts and if the fanners of Vir Virginia Yirginia Virginia ¬ ...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 16 May 1906

30S 08 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 0 HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTAll All communications or inquiry for this de department deartment department ¬ partment artment should be addressed to toFLORIDA toFLORIDA toFLORIDA FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST AGRICULTURISTThe The editor of this department will gladly gladlywelcome gladlwelcome gladlywelcome welcome any hints or articles pertinent to the ththousehold thehousehold thehousehold household If an reader has any helpful sug suggestions aUIiestions suggestions ¬ gestions please send them along alongTHOUGHTS alongIOUGHTS alongTHOUGHTS THOUGHTS FOR THIS WEEKSrJ1llathy WEEKSympathy WEEK WEEKSympathy Sympathy is something learned only onlyin onlyin onlyin in the school of sorrow sorrowTodays sorro sorroTOIIars sorrowTodays Todays soreness is the result re mlt of ofyesterdays oCestenlars ofyesterdays yesterdays smartness StuartnessHmlls Hums Horn HornHomeGrown HornKomcGrown HornSomeGrown HomeGrown Peaches PeacliesThe PeachesThe PeachesThe The season ...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 16 May 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 30n My MyHairis MyHairisScraggly Hair is isScraggly i iScraggly Scraggly ScragglyDo I IDo Do you like it Then why whybe whybe whybe be contented with it Have Haveto to be Oh no Just put on onAyers onAyers onAyers Ayers Hair Vigor and have havelong havelong havelong long thick hair soft even evenhair evenhair evenhair hair But first of all stop stopyour stopyour stopyour your hair from coming out outj outSave outSave j Save what you have Ayers AyersHair AyersHair AyersHair Hair Vigor will not disappoint disappointyou you It feeds the hairbulbs hairbulbsmakes hairbulbsmakes hairbulbsmakes makes weak hair strong strongThe strongThe strongThe The best kind of a testimonial testimonialSold testimonialSold testimonialSold Sold for over sixty years yearsJ yearsAMad yearsMade Made b7ZCA7r by J C Ayer Co Lowell Mass MassBO MasllAlao MassAlso Also BO manufacturers of ofyers orSARSAPARlLUo ofSARSAPARILLA AMad 9 SARSAPARILLA SARSAPAR1LUO SARSAPARlLUolJers SARSAPARILLAQ...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 16 May 1906

310 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST Using U ina Lime LimcProf LimeProf Prof II E 1 StocUliridfie Stoeldlr lle writes > l to tothe tothe tothe the Southern Cultivator as a > l follows followsThe followsThe > l lThe The persistency per > listencr with which the lini liniiiiR liminJ Bring iiiR of soils oils is being hein advocated l hr hrmIUl bymany y yinnny innny mIUl theoretical agriculturists and andthe millthe andthe the few practitioners who have found foundthe fOUlltlthe foundthe the practice to meet their special re requirements requiremeuts requirements ¬ quirements has recently recentl brought the thesubject thesuhject thesubject subject to new prominence The he gen general Jeleml general ¬ eral trend of the resulting r ultin discussion discussionwould l1iscuOIwould discussionwould would lend to the natural inference inferencethat inferencethat Inferencethat that something 0ne1hin new bad finally finall been beendiscovered hcnIJi beendiscovered discovered IJi overel1 und...

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

s THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST hi INTERNATIONAL INTERNATl NAL IDNSHLNB UN8I1IN OCDCTT IOCIXTrPresident OCDCTTPresident OCIETYPresIdent President Qeaerml Ooralu Mrs Cynthia W Y Allen AIIDJIadQuartera9 AllenIIeadquarters9i AllenHeadquarters Headquarters 9 Fifth Avenue New York TurkState YorkHlate YorkState State PresIdent Florida Mrs AlnlJary Mary U UBrailt L LBradt 1 1Bradt Bradt 211 11 West Adams 8 Jacksonville JacksonvilleHave JacDonvlllHave JacksonvilleHave Have you a klndne a shownPass shown hown7Pass howDlass Pass It on onTwaa onTwas onTwas Twas nut given for you alone aloneIass aloo18s alonePass Pass It on onlt oQ Let It travel down the years yearsLet yaraLet yearsLet Let It wipe anothers tears tearsTill tears teareTill tearsTill Till In heaven the deed appears appearsPass appear1s11 appears1ass Pass it on onMotto onMottaood onMottoGood Motto Mottaood Good Cheer CheerColors CheerColoreYellow CheerColorsYellow Colors ColoreYellow Yellow and white whiteState whitState whiteState Sta...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 16 May 1906

s I 312 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST A = T I10HIDA AGiJCOLTORM AGiJCOLTORMEntered AGlJGUL1U AG 1 1111Ul liI I T TEntered TEntered Entered at the postoffice at DeLand Florida Floridaas as secondclass s matter matterE E O PAINTER PUBLISHING lU LISlIlNG CO COPublishers COlublishcrs COPublishers Publishers and Proprietors ProprietorsPublished Proprietorslublishcd ProprietorsPublished Published every Wednesday and devoted to tothe tothe tothe the development of Florida and the best in interests intcrests interests ¬ terests of her people peopleMembers peopleMembers peopleMembers Members of ofTHE ofTHE ofTHE THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATIONAffiliated ASSOCIATIONAliliated ASSOCIATIONAffiliated Affiliated with the theNATIONAL theNATHrNAL theNAT1UNAL NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATIONOne ASSOCIATIONTERMS ASSOCIATIONTERMS TERMS TERMSOne TERMSOne One year single subscription 200 200Six 200Six Six months single subscription 100 100Single 100Single 100ADVERTISING Single copy 05 05A...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 16 May 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 313 is placed pla d also the concrete should be beslightly beslightlJ beslightly slightly sprinkled before the mortar mortaris is placed so that the surface is moist moistMake moistrakc moistBake Make mortar for top as follows Port Portland PortImd Portland ¬ land cement one part sharp sharpclean sharpclean8a1ul clean cleansand cleansand sand two parts First mix dry then thenwet thenwet thenwet wet and work into a stiff mortar mortarPlate mortarPlace mortarPlace Place tills tI s on the concrete spread with withtrowel withtrowel withtrowel trowel leaving the form rather full fullso fullso fullso so that when stroked even with withstraightedge withstraightedge withstraightedge straightedge the form is even full fulleverywhere fulleeQwhere fulleverywhere everywhere Leave for twenty min minutes minutes minutes ¬ utes when the water will be evaporat evaporated ¬ ed At this time finish surface surfacesmooth surfacemooth surfacesmooth smooth and even with float or...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 16 May 1906

314 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST + Lf + n + o + o + o + o fi + lE + E41Ef17f + n + n N a Eti + a + o 37 1j7E + n + n 37ffiCEt + n + n E4 + n E + n 30Ef + N + o Ef + o t + n E EUNCLE 1 o 1o 1UNCLE I UNCLE ABNERS EASTER EASTERBy I By n Hilda HiI < < 1a Richmond Richmondwaw Richmondn RichmondICNICE y + < waw + n + + a ICNICE + vwvvav a + a i + o i + i3Cf4 a + o + + f + o + f + lEi1 + a 3CfH + t i3C + t Yes Ive always boarded ooar < < 1ed the theteachers theteachers theteachers teachers said Mrs I Irs Benton looking lookingthe lookingthe lookingthe the young woman over from head to tofoot tofoot tofoot foot but Uncle Aimer is with us usthis ustllis usthis this winter and hes real poorly I Icouldnt Icouldnt Icouldnt couldnt make much fuss over you but butif butif butif if youd you < < 1 be willing to put up with our ourplain ourplain ourplain plain ways wl you might try it a spell spellUufh spellUuth spellRuth Ruth Payne thought of the long longwalk longwalk longwalk wa...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 16 May 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 315 believe in your o r fellow men by my ac action action action ¬ tion I do not regret losing my place I Iam ItIn Iam am afraid your onr coming comin downstairs downstairswilll downstairswillI downstairswilil willl do you ou great reat harm harmXot harmSot harmNot Sot a bit of it 1 I have been with without Witllout without ¬ out hope and ambition on account of ofthis ofthis ofthis this slow fever for forwecks weeks but I am be beginning heinning beginning ¬ ginning to live now This day hope hopehas hopehas hopehas has revived in my 1lJ heart and I will willsoon willoon willsoon soon be well wellMrs welllrs wellMrs Mrs lrs Benton told her husband In Instrict instrict instrict strict confidence before the close of ofthat ofthat ofthat that Easter < ster day that she could clearly clearlysee see which way ay things thin were going To Toleave To1 Toleave leave a 1 tearful young girl at 930 in inthe intIIe inthe the morning and return after church churchserv...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 16 May 1906

316 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST DEPARTMENT DE > ETM ENT OF OKNAMENTHORTICULTURE ORNAMENTAL ORNAJlENTALJlOlTICULTURE ORNAMENTALHORTICULTURE HORTICULTURE HORTICULTUREW HORTICULTURE HORTICULTUREW W C c STEELE STEELESWITZERLAND STEELEiWITZERLAND STEELESWITZERLAND SWITZERLAND FLORIDA FLORIDTurning FLORIDATurning FLORIDATurning Turning Hydrangeas Blue BineBy BlueBr BlueBy By mistake one sheet of the article articleon on Hydrangeas which appeared in inthis inthis inthis this department in paper of May Mayvas 2 2was 2as was as overlooked and left behind Part Partof Partof Partof of It was not of any great importance importancebut importancebut but the last paragraph was about aboutturning aboutturning aboutturning turning the flowers blue We give the thedirections thel1irec thedirections directions l1irec onS no noManymany now nowMany ° w wMany Many Manymany many times I have been ask asked askCtI asked ¬ ed if it were true that a white or red redflowered rooflowerel1 redflowered flowered ...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 16 May 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 317 I t tlt lt t lmost most desirable that I have ever seen seenIt seent seenIt t It Is very tender easily killed by byfrost byr byfrost r l frost but bas grown at my home for fori forabout r1111 01 01r1111 4 about 18 years wlt without hout protection protectionI protectionexcept I excePt that a few tiDies it has been beenI beenbanked 11f ri I banked about the base with earth and nd nddd dd < I + it has not failed to bloom each year yeartt y6rr y6rrffhen tt g lftVhen killed by frost it sprouts up upI upquickly t I i 1 M quickly in the spring and soon begins beginsto l to blossom and keeps it up until cold coldr coldv1 v1 r weather comes again The Theflowers flowers re reI ret resemble resemble t I semble those of the Gape Jessamine JessamineGardenia Jessaminct JessamineGardenia t Gardenia florida but are not over overonefourth overonefourth overonefourth onefourth to onethird the size and andare andnre andare are more delicate in appearance They Theyare ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 16 May 1906

318 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST A GRIC UL TURf ST POULTRY DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTAll All communications and inquiries should shouldbe be addressed to toW W C STEELE STEELESwitzerland STEELESwitzerland STEELESwitzerland Switzerland Florida FloridaTne FloridThe FloridaThe Tne The Sad Lament of an Incubator IncubatorChicken IncubatorChicken IncubatorChicken Chicken ChickenIm ChickenIm Im a sad and lonely chicken chickenand chickenand chickenand and your hearts will surely sicken sickenWhen sickenVhen sickenWhen When I tell the woes Ive suffered sufferedfrom suffcrCtlfrom sufferedfrom from my birth birthFor birthlOr birthFor For Ive never had ad a mother motherAnd motherAnd motherAnd And my father doesnt bother botherTo botherTo botherTo To look after all his children round roundthe roundthe roundthe the earth earthIm earthIm earthIm Im an Incubator chicken chickenAnd chickenAnd chickenAnd And my woes wo began to thicken thickenWhen thickenVllen thickenWhen When I broke the shell that cover...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 16 May 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 319 19 Division and subdivision is as nec necessary necessary necessary ¬ essary in raising a large arge number of ofchickens ofchickens ofchickens chickens as it is in maintaining a big biglot biglot biglot lot of fowls successfully and profit profitably profitably profitably ¬ ably on the same premises and no nomatter nomatter nomatter matter how large the place may be bethough bethough bethough though it might be a hundred acres acresstill acresstill acresstill still the necessity for division is there therejust therejust therejust just the same and success on anything anythinglike like a large scale cannot be attained attainedwithout attninedwithout attainedwithout without it itWe ite itre We re e went out to a friends farm the thesame theSlIllC thesame same evening and lie showed us his hisfowls hisfowls hisfowls fowls They were all in one flock and andthe andthe andthe the flock was IS about the size of the or ordinary ordlnar ordinary ¬ dinary dlnar ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 16 May 1906

320 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST s > 777777 7 777 77777777 777 777WET r WET OR DRY DRYLET DRYSPRAY4 1 LET US SPRAY SPRAYi SPRAYWe S i I Iw We e can furnish you anything in the spraying line from a gill atomizer atomizerto to a power pump or dry dust blower blowerf blowerII blowerI I I 1 I II II 3 f II IIIf I 4 4 4If I 4 If you want spraying material of any kind we have it itE I II 4 4E I E 0 Painter Fertilizer Co Jacksonville Fla FlaWANT I A 4 4WANT 0 LLLLLLLLEee II I IJ J 7 77 7777 7777WANT WANT BIG CROPS THEN USE IDEAL FERTILIZER FERTILIZEROUR OUR BOOKS WILL TELL YOU YOUFLORIDA YOUFLORIDA YOUFLORIDA FLORIDA VEGETABLES VEGETABLESA A complete manual IRISH POTATOES Book on Soil Seed Plant Planton on Florida crops ing and Cultivation Effect of Fertilize FertiIizeft Digging Diggingand and an d Shipping She ShippingFLORIDA tppmg po poan < v 0 0FLORIDA v vFLORIDA FLORIDA ORANGES ORANGESBook Book of special interest interestto pINEAppLE FERTILIZING FERTILIZINGOf Of special intent i int...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 23 May 1906

LIB L I9 R A Y y or 1 JUllazr 8 a > jrrvaa > > Cllel1l rleiritrr rleiritrrW1 II MA W1 All 2 16 16t 16rbnentof A Artment t I rbnentof rtment of Agrzutwf9 eunuJ eunuJVI VI VIVOL G VOTEDT VOTEDTJOURNAL JOURNAL vSTATE ItdTEREs s sVOL VOL XXXIII No J8 Z 1 Jacksonville and DeLand Fla Wednesday May 231906 Whole No 1649 VEGET VEGETABLESReport VEGETABLES VEGETABLESReport LES LESReport Report of Standing Committee on onVegetables onVegetables onVegetables Vegetables VegetablesBy VegetablesByllr By Byllr Mr W M 1 Gist GistMr GistMr Mr 1 President Ladies and Gentlemen GentlemenI I I cannot in this paper convey to toyour toyour tosour your minds a comprehensive idea of ofthe ofrhe ofthe the vegetable industry of the state stateIt stateIt stateIt It is so varied 3 ie that it is a deep eep sub subject subject subject ¬ ject calling forth much energy and andgrey audgreJmatter andgrey grey greJmatter matter Let me accent the thelatter thelatter thelatter latter if the grower er wishes to be...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 23 May 1906

TV 3 = THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST cut throughout t1JlOn hont 400 acres The water water100J watelliJ waterIola 100J liJ Iola < j OAUJOHIOS OAIJI Ay autos Ullioq nI 111041 SJIMIIO PnII call In HI n JOA91 JOA91below IMalhelow ietaibelow below the surface of the soil allowing allowinga a t perfect drainage draina e for at least four fourfeet fonrfeet fourfeet feet a crop of corn rice and oats oatswas oatsas oatswas was as planted lllantCllthn that t spring all of which whichyielded whichyielded hich hichrieltlell yielded large lar e crops cropscorn corn from J5O iO o to titnOhnshel nOhnshel 00 < 0 bushels rice from 40 to 75 bushels bushelsoats bushelsoats msbelsonts oats from 110 O to 550 0 bushels per acre acreTJurlngthe acreDnrin acreDuringthe TJurlngthe Dnrin the fall of 1880 ISs 110 acres of ofcane ofcmm ofcane cane was planted plant < ll on the lands OIl orwliich OIlwhidl OILwhich which these crops were grown IOwn In 1887 besides the 110 acres of cane caneacres cnncneres ca...

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