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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 30 May 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST H3 I INTERNATIONAL mN811 IIINSHENZ OCIETT aOCDCTrPresident IOCIETYPresident OCIETTPresident President General OeneralMrs Mrs Cynthia W Allen AllenHeadquarter AllenHeadquarten91 AllenHeadquarters9 Headquarter Headquarten91 9 Fifth Avenue New York YorkState TorkState YorkState State President Florida Mrs Mary Mar L LSradt LBradt LBradt Bradt 211 West Adams S Jacksonville JacksonvilleHave JacksonvilleHave JacksonvilleHave Have you ou a kIndness shown shownPass T TPass TPas Pass It on onTwas onTwas onTwas Twas not gIven for you ou alone alonePas alonePass alonePass Pass It on onLet onLet onLet Let It travel down the yean yeanLet yearsLet e18 e18Let Let It wipe another tears tearsTill tearsTIll tearsTill Till In heaven the deed appears appearsPass appearsPas appearsPass Pass It on onMotte onMoUeGood onMottoGood Motte MoUeGood Good Cheer CheerColors CheerColorsYllow CheerColorsYellow Colors ColorsYllow Tellow and white whiteState whIteStat whiteState State Color ...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 30 May 1906

244 + THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST illlDA LU MDA MluCOLTIlST MluCOLTIlSTEntered AGr ICI11T IST ISTEntered Entered at the postoffice at DeLand Floridaas Florida Floridaas as secondclass matter matterE E O PAINTER IUBLISIIING lU LISIIING CO COPublishers COIublishers COPublishers Publishers and Proprietors Iroprietors1ublished Proprietorslublishcd 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 ASSOCIATIONAffiliated ASSOCIATIONAffiliated Affiliated with the theNATIONAL theNATIONAL theNATIONAL NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATIONOne ASSOCIATIONTElUl ASSOCIATIONTERiti TElUl S SUne SOne One year single subscription subscriptionSix 200 200Six Six ix months single subscription subscriptionSingle 100 100oi 100Single 100Single oi oiADVERTISI...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 30 May 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 345 is bestowed upon the preparations of ofbeds ofbeds ofbeds beds The course of the spring should shouldbe sbauldbe shouldbe be widened out as far as the volume volumeof of water will permit so as to provide providea a large laJ e flat bed b 1 with the water flow flowing nowin flowing ¬ ing in over all parts of it at a depth of ofone ofone ofone one or two inches It is easily grown grownby grownby grownby by sowing 80in the seed in the mud either eitherin in or out of the water or where it is isalready isnlreul isalready already nlreul grown rown a handful of plants plantspulled plantspulled plantspulled pulled up by the roots will furnish funt sh an animmediate anintnieliate 1ninll11ediate immediate start It spreads rapidly rapidlyCress rnpidIyCress rapidlyCress Cress would no doubt be much more morecommon J110Tleommon momcommon common than it is if it were not liked likedby IiIcdbJ likedby by nearly nearl every Jiving thing that eats eatsvegetables catsv...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 30 May 1906

36 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST u u y + v + 30E + n E + KW n t + n + KW 30E + f + 1 + E vvaw vvawThe + 37E + 3 E + irf + + Q + 7Et + n Efl + n t30Et37Et + n + + Et E + n f + 37E + HP E + 3 + o + n EtiE EtiEThe + o oThe The Lion That Went Through The Mill Mill4VV8 Millo + o + n + n + n + ilCf + n + n f 4VV8 + 3 + E + E + 1 + + + 1f + n E n E + n E + 30f + n f + o 3 + 1 + n 3 E + n 3 f + 1f + o 3CEt + nH E + 3C All that was left of the onetime onetimeflourishing onetimeOUlisldn onetimeflourishing flourishing OUlisldn PointView goldmining goldminingcamp godminillcalllp goldminicarcamp camp was a 1 line of empty cabins a avast aast avast vast ast and vacant mill one Tuck Ste Stevens Shvens Stevens vens with his wife and two children childrenand childrenand childrenand and myself myselfIt 1l1 self selfIt It was lonely onel in the deserted camp campterribly campterribly I IteITibl terribly teITibl so at times The canon was wasdeep wasdeep wasdeep deep and narrow and the twilight twilightearl...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 30 May 1906

THE FLORIDA FLO ID AGRICULTURIST G ICULTU IST I 347 give him n more merciful end by bul bullet bullet bullet ¬ let While chile we were arguing nguin a bril brilliant brilliant brilliant ¬ liant came to me meWhy mesWhy 4 Why hr not take mlehim him alive said I IOld IOld 1Old Old Bronson up at Demlwoood Dead wood would wouldRive wouldin wouldgive Rive in twenty dollars for such an addi addition adllition addition ¬ tion to his hi > l menagerie menagerieTlint menagerieThat menagerieThat That caught Jack T lCI immediately We Weneeded Weneeded e eneeded needed the money 1lI01J for one thing and andthen andthen andthen then there > was W1 > 1 something novel in incapturing inlalltnring incapturing capturing a living puma pumaWe Il1mlae punkaWe We e rushed down stairs > and started startedto to hunt up material for a cage For Fortune Fortune Fortime ¬ tune favored f us We W Veoon e soon found a astrong astrong l lstrong strong crate crlotein in which machinery had hadbeen hallb...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 30 May 1906

I I 348 THE FLORIDA FLORI A AGRICULTURIST DEPARTMENT OF OBNAHENTA1 OBNAHENTA1HOKTICULTUBE ORNAKENTALHOlTICULTURE 08NAXENTALHOSTICULTII HOKTICULTUBE HOKTICULTUBEW EE EEW W C STEELE STEELESWITZERLAND STEELEIiiiWITZERLAND STEELESWITZERLAND SWITZERLAND FLORIDA FLORIDAStreet FLORIDAStreet FLORIDAStreet Street Trees in California CaliforniaThe CaliforniaThe The Press and Horticulturist for formerly formerl formerly ¬ merly merl of Riverside hut now published publishedat at Corona California Chi ifornia gives g cs a good re roI report report I port > ort of a harmers Institute which whichwas whichwas whichwas was held at that place It was all in interesting inWresting interesting ¬ teresting but we have no space for forany fortn forany any tn more than the address a dress on shade shadetrees sha shadetrees e etrees trees for street ornamentation We Wethink WOthink C Cthink think that Florida Flori a towns may learn learnsometliing loomsomctl learnsomething something somctl ng from this ...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 30 May 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 349 strong enough to condemn the theimpro theimpropriety impro impropriety impropriety ¬ priety of their use for this purpose purposeno no further attention is accorded them themhere themhere themhere herePublic here herePublic herePublic Public convenience demands the re removal remiOval removal ¬ moval of all lower branches for a aheight ahiCight aheight height of eight or ten feet of trees treesthat treesthat treest1Iat that align sidewalks or public high highways highways highways ¬ ways As the exquisite beauty of ofmost ofmost ofmost most conifers depend largely upon uponthe uponthe uponthe the integrity of their lower limbs the theimpropriety theimpropriety theimpropriety impropriety of planting any tree sub subject subject subject ¬ ject to those requirements becomes ap apparent apparent apparent ¬ parent The same may be solid of all allconebearers allOnebearers allconebearers conebearers < and many others upon uponprivate uponprivate uponprivate ...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 30 May 1906

350 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST POULTRY DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTAll All communications and inquiries should shouldbe be addressed to toW W C STEELE STEELESwitzerland STEELEwitzerland STEELESwitzerland Switzerland Florida FloridaThe FloridaThe FloridaThe The Status of Poultry Husbandry Husbandryin in America AmericaIt It will probably be news to some someof someof someof of you that there are colleges ami amicollege amIollege analcollege college courses cours s for teaching poultry poultrykeeping poultryIweping poultrykeeping keeping Yet such is the case Some Someinteresting Someinteresting Someinteresting interesting statistics about these theseschools thesechls theseschools schools for teaching the art of keep keeping keeping keeping ¬ ing poultry are given in the Cornell CornellCountryman OornellCOun CornellCountryman Countryman CountrymanPoultry COun CountrymanPoultry tryman trymanPoultry Poultry husbandry as a distinct distinctbranch distinct111mcl1 distinctbranch branch of agricultu...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 30 May 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 351 1 1luge large flock But a plan which will willgive willgivc willgive give good goo < l results where so many manythousands manythousands manythousands thousands of chicks are grown will willbe willhe willbe be very ery sure to do equally well with witha a few fewIt fewIt fewIt It Is easy to imagine a farm where where1O000 10000 chickens are to be seen at one onetime onetirn onetime time tirn and there are not many farms in inthe inthe Inthe the world where so great a number ore nrein arein orein in the brooders at one time and yet yetthat yetthat yetthat that is about 31 > out the number we saw to today tola today ¬ day la on Lakewood farm nu near Lake Lakewood LukewOOd Lakewood wood wood N NT T Those chicks are all allWhite allWhite allWhite White Leghorns and range in age agefrom agefrom agefrom from just hatched to eight weeks old oldWrcy oldih oldWhey Whey ih are all being raised for the thepurpose theJflTIOSC thepurpose purpose of bringing th...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 30 May 1906

352 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 07707 777 077 4IIIiiII 7 i14J1707 707 070777 777077 411 I 707 777 rttI rttIt t WET V OR DRY DRYLET DRYI h I 4 4 LET IA E T US SPRAY SPRAYi SPRAYWe i iWe i 4 We can furnish you anything in the spraying line from a gill atomizer atomizerto to a power pump or dry dust blower blower3P blowerIb blowert Ib Ib Ibt 3P 3PIf t 4 AIt AItI I If i 10 l I II 1fn 1fni 1fnIIN t i I IH I IIN If yo you you want spraying material of any kind we have it itE itE h h6b 6b 4 4E E 0 Painter Fertilizer Co Jacksonville Fla FlaWANT FlaLL FlaWANT LL LLL LLL L iie L o 1 1o o oa a o o o 7077777777777 7077777777777WANT WANT BIO CROPS THEN USE IDEAL FERTILIZER FERTILIZEROUR OUR BOOKS WILL TELL YOU YOUFLORIDA YOUFLORIDA YOUFLORIDA FLORIDA VEGETABLES A complete manual manualon U IRISH IR SH POTATOES POT A O S Book on U Soil S < i Seed Plant Planting PI Planton nt nton ¬ on Florida crops cropsFLORIDA A ing 109 and Cultivation Effect of Fertilizers Digging Diggingand Dlggmgand Digginga...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 6 June 1906

LIBRARY LIBRARYJJlOEVZD JJlOEVZD Rccrefary Of Agricultit IICIIHIt to tof toVOL tlure t 1 lure lureS S Departm r a E E9EVOTED 9EVOTED TO TOJOURNA JOURNA aTE iNTERE iNTEREVOL f VOL XXXIII No Be 23 Jacksonville and DeLand Fla Wednesday June 6 1906 Whale No 1651 Mangos MangosProf MangosProf MangosProf Prof P n Rolfs RolfsAmong ROlfsAmOng ItolfsAmong Among the tropical fruits that are arcbeing arebeing arebeing being introduced intro uced into Florida no one oneis oneis Oneis is more certain to make a definite im impression impressiOn impression ¬ pression upon the market than the new newmangos newmangos newmangos mangos The fruit produced by the themulgoba themul themulgoba mulgoba mul Oba exhibits such a character characterthat c1mrneterthat characterthat that it will push its way into the mar market market market ¬ ket wereit to compete with peaches peachesbut peachesbut peachesbut but fortunately it ripens just ahead of ofthat ofthat Ofthat that crop and so we will not be bethrown li...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 6 June 1906

74 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST each segment These segments are areplanted areplanted Ireplanted planted out and struck with a fair fairdegree faird fairdegree degree d ee of success In the course of oftwo oftwo oftwo two or three years if these tllC e plants are arewell arewell arewell well cared for they will produce prolucofruit prolucfruit producefruit fruit It is about 14 months < from the thetime thetime thetime time of blooming for the fruits to toripen toripen toripen ripen ripenTyess ripenTyessLhis ripenTyessThis Tyess TyessLhis This is also sometimes cal called c1llell called ¬ led eggfruit Xo systematic effort has hasyet hasyet hasyet yet been made to Tiring this fruit into intothe intothe intothe the best state of cultivation Only Onlyseedling Onlyseedling Onlyseedling seedling trees have fruit and the pro product prol1uct pronet ¬ duct net of these is exceedingly variable variablegood variablerood variablegoo good goo Indifferent and bad the extreme extremeof of inconsi...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 6 June 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 355 FLOUR and FLOWERS OF SULPHURWhaleOil SULPHUR SULPHURWhale u = 1 = V J < cI cIWhale Whale WhaleOil = OH Soap and other Insecticides Forb ForbE F ° as asE c E 0 PAINTER FERTILIZER CO Jacksonville Fla t other iiOO pounds of fertilizer contain containing eontnining containin ¬ ing in 10 per cent i II0tl potash > otisli h is i distributed distributedDuring tlitrihntcdDuring distributedDuring During this thi time the plants pIantsue llan are fre frequently frLquentIr frequently ¬ quently cultivated and the weeds are arekept Iuekept surekept kept out outProtecting outPIOtLCtin outProtecting Protecting Plants 1IailtsDllrin During the past pastseason pastJoIemmn pastseason season there were no frosts at It lake lakeland Lakeland ¬ land but some ome winters < light 1i ht frostskill frosts frostskill fro t tkill kill the buds Straw 8tra and pine needles needlesare nectllesare leLIlIelIIe are spread between the rows and if iffrost iffrost iffrost frost is ...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 6 June 1906

tt c THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST f State Items ItemsTlie ItemsThe ItemsThe The following are Ire nil from the New NewYork NewYOlk NewYork York Produce News XovsIjsist NowsLCI1 NewsLast Last season Orlando shipped out outSl outZ81 381 Sl carloads of oranges orangesThe OllIIges1he orangesThe The Doniinerick orange grove near nearOrlando nearOrlando Orlando netted its owner r x000 > 000 on onthe 011the onthe the 8000 boxes shipped shippedThe shippcllThe FlippedThe The last orange crop of the state statewas statewas statewas was about hout 400000 tooJ 1 hoxes > oes lint next nextseasons nexteasons nextseasons seasons seasons will probably proba l be nearer 4000 4000X0 4000JOO X0 X0A A conservative > estimate of the pine pinecrop pinecro pinecrop crop cro to come come from the Keys Ke s is about 75000 crates cratesThe cratesThe < mtesThe The first shipment of ned Spanish Spanishpineiipples Spanishpincapples Spanishpineapples pineapples consisting of 275 75 7 crates cratesunc cr...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 6 June 1906

THE FLORIDA I AGRICULTURIST A Hair air airDressing 1 1I 1Dressing I Dressingi Dressing i Nearly N early every everyone one likes a fine finehair finehair hair dressing Something to tomake tomake make the hair more manage manageable manageable ¬ able to keep it from being beingtoo beingtoo too rough or from splitting splittingat at the ends Something too toothat tooI I that will feed the hair at the thesame thesame same time a regular hairfood hairfoodWellfed hairfoodWellfed Wellfed hair will bestrongand bestrongandwill will remain remainwhere where it belongs belongson on the head not on the comb combThe combThe The best kind of a testimonial testimonialI teStimonialSold I Sold for over sixty years yearsHade yearsMade Hade by byJ J c Ayer Co C 0 Ziowell Mass JVureaAlso MassAloo Also manufacturers of ofuers orSARSAPARILLA SARSAPARILLA SARSAPARILLAPILLS SARSAPARILLAil il uers uersSARSAPARILLA 19 PILLS PILLSCHERRY PILLSi i lJe CHERRY PECTORAL PECTORALAslics PECTORALAshes Ashes as Ferti...

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

THE FLORIDA I AGtICULTURIST Arousing Interest of Farm Boys BoysThe Boys1hc BoysThe The last iiiiinlicr of the Nebraska XebraslaFanner NebraskaFanner NebraskaFanner Fanner contains LOnt < lins an 111 tditorial on this thissubject thissubject thissubject subject It Itsdwells < xl dwclls wells especially eSJeeiall OIL the thelive tllC11c theLive live 11c stock branch of farming Un Unfortunately Unfortun1tel Unfortunately ¬ fortunately but few fe of our renders are areengaged firccn areengaged engaged cn 1ged in that business Still It is ispossible ispossible ispossible possible to give the boy bo an interest in inthe intlC inthe the business whatever it is If pos possible possible Jos JosRihlc ¬ sible give g e him some poultry or if it itis iti8Ilot iti is i8Ilot i not convenient to keep them on ac account account account ¬ count of iiitercfring with fruit grow growing growing 1 w wing ¬ ing etc then give him a little patch patchof atch atchof of land and let him grow 10 the same...

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

THE FLORIDA I AGRICULTURIST INTERNATIONAL XUIgSX 7N d = OCOTT aOCDITYPresident soCirrPresident OCOTTPmldtnt President GeneralKrL a n r l Mr Cynthia W Allen AllenHeadquarter AIInHadquartn AllenHeadquarters9t Headquarter Headquarters9t 9 Fifth AT Avenue nu N Nw w Tork TorkStat TorIState Toz TozState k < State President Florida Mrs MarT MaryBradt I IBradt 1Bradt Bradt 211 West Adam S Jacksonville JacksonvilleHav JacksonvlllHave JacksonvilleHave Have you a kindness Jdndn shown ihownlPass shownPass hown hownPus Pass It on onTwaa onTwu onTwas Twaa not given for you alone alonePa alan alanPa alonePass Pa Pass It on onLet onLet onLet Let It travel down the yean yeanLet yarsLet yearsLet Let It wipe another tears tearsTill teanTill tearsTill Till In heaven the deed appears appearsm appearsPass appearsP appearsPass m Pass P It on onMotte onMoUooo onMottoGood MoUooo Motte Goo Cheer CheerColors CbeerColonTllow CheerColorsTellow Colors ColonTllow Y llow and white whiteState whitStat whiteState...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 6 June 1906

3GO I THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST FLOBIM AGRICULTURIST AGKlCULTUraEntered Entered at the postoffice at DeLand Florida Floridaas as secondclass matter matterE E O PAINTER PUBLISHING lU LISIIING CO COPublishers COIublishers COPublishers Publishers and Proprietors ProprietorsPublished Proprietorslublished 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 ofIIIE THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATIONAffiliated ASSOCIATIONAffiliated ASSOCIATIONAffiliated Affiliated with the theNATIONAL theNATIONAL theNATIONAL NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATIONOne ASSOCIATIONTERMS ASSOCIATIONTERMS TERMS TERMSOne TERMSOne One year single subscription 200 200Six 200Six Six ix months single subscription 100 100Single 100Single 100Single Single copy 05 05ADVERTISING 05ADVERTISING 05ADVERTISING ADVERTISING RATES...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 6 June 1906

1 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 361 u good ooll price in the markets of the cities citiesand citiesIltl citiesanti and Iltl large Iar e towns of this state They Theycould Th Thoulc1 Theycould could he easily casil improved in size and andiliiality allIualit andquality quality Iualit by h cultivation and Iul AVC e believe beliovecoultl11C believecould believecould could coultl11C le sold 0111 at a high price in North Northern Northern orth orthern ¬ ern markets if grown rHnl in in sufficient sufficientquantities sufficientquantities I Iquantities quantities to justify shipment We Weknow Weknow Ve Vekno know kno positively that our native dew dewberry dewhen dewberry ¬ berry hen vines will also grow row up and bear bearif h r rif if cut off close after the spring l1rin crop cropis crOllis cropis is ripe Try Tl a small llInllfilll field of them themand themnnll themand and see what the result will ill lie lieDewberry henewhelT beDewberry Dewberry culture cnltureis is a now ne industry indu...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 6 June 1906

acv THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST y + nw n I E + 3CE + n 3 E + + w f + l E w + f + 3Gf + E + 3f w wThe + E + f + n E + n f + 30E + n + n 3Ef + n f + n E + n 3 + t f + O 31 + O OThe E + 3Cft3CE 3Cft3CEThe The Boycott on Caroline CarolineBy 1 1By By Susan Su an Keating K < ltin Glaspell GI1spella j jms + ms 1f + a 3 E > B3 + > H > KHm E + 3 + E 3CE 3 + 3CE + a + n 3 + a + + n 3 + 3 E + E + lf + E + E + iE + 3 + f + lf + Well ell If girls irls trent the meanest meanestHis m meanestIlls lIwst lIwstIIis His sister dried her eyes e e and looked lookedup up ill But not nil lll girls Will and andperhaps andperhaps InclIlerhnlls perhaps these girls dont dontOh 110ntOh dontOh Oh thats right ri ht stand up ill for elu eluafter eunrter einafter after theyve tlH n treatctl treat you ou like dirt all allummer nilu allumnter ummer u nunc r For downright dOlri ht meanness meannessand mentlnesstI1I1 meatinessand and hatefulness h1 give he me a t lot of girls girlsWhy girlsWhy I Ih Why h a cr...

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