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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 6 June 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 3G3 on they heard a strange sound They Tliejlooked Theylookel1 Theylooked looked at tt each other queerly < and then therthey thenther thenthey they heard tile sound again a L 1 deep deeplong I1lCllon deeplong long lon sob 011 that went straight down into intctheir intotheir intotheir their hearts heartsShes heartsShes heartsShes Shes crying cQ ing whispered Doris Doriscrying DOIiscQin Doriscrying crying dreadfully dreadfullyMarion I1real1full I1real1full1I1rion dreadfullyMarion Marion looked uncertainly llncertrin down the tlicroad tllerOII theroad road rOII and then took a few noiseless noiselesssteps noiselessstcll noiselessstep steps in l among Hnon the trees Under a hip hiptree hi hitllC bigtree tree her face buried in the moss layCaroline lay layCaroline rayCaroline Caroline Stuart her pretty blue dress dressmuch I1ressmuch dressmuch much crumpled her whole 1 1lod body > ody shak shaken 1Ihaken shaken ¬ en with With sobs sobsThen 1IohsThen SobsT...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 6 June 1906

864 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST DEPARTMENT OF ORNAMENTAL ORNAMENTALHORTICULTURE ORNAMENTALHORTICULTURE ORNAMENTALHORTICULTUREE HORTICULTURE HORTICULTUREV w V C c STEELE STEELESWITZERLAND STEELESWITZERLAND STEELESWITZERLAND SWITZERLAND FLORIDA FLORIDAAmpelopsis FLORIDAAmpelopsis FLORIDAAmpelopsis Ampelopsis Tricuspedata TricuspcdataThis This vine vinewlhiclh which is usually catalogued cataloguedas as A Veltchi and is commonly called calledBoston calICtIBoston calledBoston Boston Ivy IIv or Japanese Ivy is one oneof oneof oneof of the < best covering vines that we weknow weknow ve veImow know The he only onJ objection o jection to it is isthe isthe isthe the fact that it is deciduous Yet in inmany inmnn inninny many mnn eases this is not a l serious ob objection O Ojection objection ¬ jection We n have 11a c a vine ine at the north northend northend northend end of the house that is beautiful all allthrough allthrough allthrough through the summer It covers all allthat allthat allth...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 6 June 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 365 3 the l beautiful grounds and the orna ornamentation ornamentation ornamentation ¬ mentation in the way of shrubs andtrees andtrees and andtrees trees which surround the home of Mrs MrsGates MrsCates IIS IISGates Gates at Welaka in this county are areprepared areprepared areprepared prepared to acknowledge wlrnowle ge her an au authority authority authority ¬ thority on this subject subjectAgave subjectAgave subjectAgave Agave Americana AmericanaThe The Century plant is s grown in inthis inthili inthis this country solely for ornament But Butin ButinIexfco Butin in inIexfco Mexico it is grown for the purpose purposeof of furnishing an intoxicating drink It Italso Italso Italso also grows much larger than in Flori Florida Florida Florida ¬ da The Farm Stock Journal gives the thefollowing Itbefollowing thefollowing following account of it itOne itOne itOne One of the most wonderful plants in inthe inth inthe the th world is the Agave lYe Americana or orma...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 6 June 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST POULTRY FOULTRYDElARTMENT FOULTRYDElARTMENTAll DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTAH All communications and inquiries should shouldbe be addressed to toW W C STEELE STEELESwitzerland STEELESwitzerland STEELESwitzerland Switzerland Florida FloridaBeginning FloridaBeginning FloridaBeginning Beginning Poultry Business at the theTop theTop theTop Top TopWe TopYe TopWe We Ye hope that none of our readers readershare readershnNe readershave hare made m de or will m make the mistake misblkedCSCIUhcd mistakedescribed mistakedescribed described by a correspondent of Farm FarmPoiiltry IIrmPmll FarmPoultry Poultry Pmll It is no longer a question questionwhether questionwhether questionwhether whether money can be made at poul poultry poultry poultry ¬ try keeping that has Ias been settled so socompletely socompletelJ socompletely completely that does not admit of ofquestion ofquestion i iq question q lestion Still it is an easy matter matterto to Sink money in the poultry business ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 6 June 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 367 ostrich The pheasants are the tur turkeys turkeys turkeys ¬ keys of A Adia < sia ia as the guineas are of ofAfrica ofAfrica t tAfrica Africa and the peacocks of EuropeThey EuropeThey Europe EuropeThey They are all true turkeys turkeysNow turkeysXaw turkeysNow Now as to the legal phase of the thef thematter thematter thematter matter The The f crux of the question is isare isare isare are pheasants grouse grousc quail and other otherlike otherlike otherlike like birds raised in captivity game gamebirds gamebirds gamebirds birds The state statela low refers to game gameinls game1inls gafnebirds birds inls and to them only onl Here is the thedefinition tiletlt1inition thedefinition definition of ti t game bird from fromRouters fromBomliers fromBouviers Routers law 11 dictionary coincided in inby inbJ inby by Wharton vWharfonGame WhartonGame mrton mrtonGame Game applied tto birds Js any anybird anybird anybird bird fit for Corfoo food taken from the wild...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 6 June 1906

368 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST I I ILET I W WET ET OR DRY DRYT h 4 h LET T r nr U S SPRAY SPRAYWe S PRlyI 4 M MW We W Wecan can furnish you anything in the spraying line from a gill atomizer atomizerto 4 4to to a power pump or dry dust blower blowerv 0 0K v I I It K t a vt vtisi t A 4 < II 0w II0w isi Hr vi f r rIf t < t tI 4 4 4If I 4 If you want spraying material of any kind we have it itE t tE m 4m h E Ede 0 Painter Fertilizer Co Jacksonville Fla FlaWANT m mL n nWANT L LLL LL n 77777 7777777 7777777WANT WANT BIG CROPS THEN USE IDEAL FERTILIZER FERTILIZEROUR OUR BOOKS WILL TELL YOU YOUFLORIDA YOUFLORIDA YOUFLORIDA FLORIDA VEGETABLES A complete manual U IRISH POT POTon POTATOESBook POTATOES Book on U Soil Seed Planton Plant Planting Planton ¬ on Florida crops A ing and Ct CtIRISH Cultivation Effect of Fertilizers Digging Diggingand Diggingand Diggingand and Shipping ShippingFLORIDA ShippingFLORIDA ShippingFLORIDA FLORIDA ORANGES ORANGESBook Book of special interest interestto ...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 13 June 1906

T I B I2 Y Secrefnrof Secrefar3 of AgilcIIHt AgilcIIHtVOL AgriehlKtElICDIYBD ElICDIYBD ElICDIYBDU U S mentofA n tiZi I i OTED Tp TpJOURNAL JOURNAL 4 STATE INTEREs S 0 0VOL VOL XXXIII No J Jacksonville and DeLand Fla Wednesday June 131906 13 1906 Whole No 1652 Bermuda Grass and Japan Clover CloverProf CloverProf CloverProf Prof Massey editor < < 11tor of the Practical PracticalFanner PracticllFarmcr PracticalFarmer Farmer wrote to die Southern Plant Planter ¬ er recommending Bermuda grass for forpasture forpasture forpasture pasture Floridians are rather Inclined Inclinedto to despise Bernvuda grass and to think thinkthat thinkthat thinkthat that this is not a a good cattle country countrybecause countrybecause countrybecause because they cannot grow blue grass grassA grosspasture A pasture of Bermuda grass on fertile fertilesoil f fertilesoil rtiIe rtiIesoil soil or land that bas been heavily fer fertilized fertilized fertilized ¬ tilized will be found to furnish plenty plenty...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 13 June 1906

370 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST the wagon may not return empty is iseasily isCl1H iseasily easily Cl1H > seen seenAnother seenAnother seenAnother Another fact seems s m worth consider considerin considering in ing in inthis this connection < Even the small smallamount smnl1amount smallamount amount of plant food in the manure manurelianledand llIanurehulellulIl manurehauledand lianledand applied pllied at so > 0 great tin out outlay outJa outlay ¬ Ja lay > of money mO lcy and energy en is not prop properly properl properly ¬ erly erl > Imlanced Ii lhilaiiced lanced to meet tile requirements requirementsof of most clops crol It is too largely Iarel > nitro nitrogenous nitrog nitrogenous ¬ genous g ous and for foriJJest best results requires requiresHie rell requiresthe ires iresthc thc addition of from live to ton pounds poundsof of actual t < tual potatfi pomhlcr i per > er ton of manure manureThe manureIhe manureThe The empty > wagon may nl1 > be a t gre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 13 June 1906

L THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST AGRICULTURISTFLOUR 3711 3711FLOUR 371FLOUR FLOUR and FLOWERS OF SULPHUR SULPHURWhale Whale = Oil Soap and other Insecticides Forb ForbE Porbfme PorbfmeR F ° C R E 0 PAINTER FERTILIZER CO Jacksonville Fla I forms fa rnis < lint it is Hot Jit 1 t all uncommon uncommonfor UIICOIIIIllOIICOI unCOnmlOIlfor for a pood furiiior to raise it I bale to tothe tothe tothe the acre by good O culture and 1111 abuiul abuiulnnt alluml1I1t abundant ant fertilizer Intensive farming farmingwhich far1l1in far1l1inwhich farmingwlcielr which applies the lesson of science and andexperience 111111experience nmlexperience experience has achieved 1Chicn d some re remarkable relIlarkahle reniarkable ¬ markable results resultsThe rCultIhe resultsThe The following forlowin is the average an annual 11111111tl onmual ¬ nual product of this farm nrm 2MQ 2MQbales 2 2100bales > 00 00Imles bales of cotton 120000 gallons of ofcottonseed ofotton ofcottonseed cottonseed < otton leIl o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 13 June 1906

17 s THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST whichthose which those who have lI I illtrenteil iII1Ica1cllllOlI iII1Ica1cllllOlIts hors liorsos horses os in this world shall work Olk fifteen lifteenhours tirtcCJllIol1s fifteenlours hours lours dick day da under a hard task taskmaster taokmashI ask askailaster ¬ master cutting cuttin Jiay it lay and yjirryiiiR all lll water waterin waterill ill a scotvlriiif c lrill sun sII sunif if there is I siKh a aparadise alIill ap paradise lIill p uadise ulisc rs i S it not possible that we wetoo wetoowlll wetoo too toowlll will leaiiionj 1I UllOll the laborers tloin tloinlienaiice tloinptna doing doingpenance penance ptna lice for our til Hionsainl IISlIul thoughtless thoughtlessnets th Oll I tless tlessncts nets of cruelty crllclt and carelessness and andneglect andneglect 11111Ilegled neglect neglectHour IlegledJlow neglectHow Hour a Business Man Started a aKarnihiK aFarD1 aFarm Farm FarD1Imh FarmForming Forming Imh h Itfbecoiiiins i heeo llin II t regular...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 13 June 1906

I I THE THEfI FLORIDA IJ AGRICULTURIST GR TUl S n n Buy Hairat Hair HairatAuction air airat at Auction atAuctionAt AuctionAt At any rate you seem to be begetting begetting begetting getting rid of it on auctionsale auctionsaleprinciples auctionsaleprinciples auctionsaleprinciples principles going goinggone going goinggone goinggone gone Stop the auction auctionwith auctionwith auctionwith with Ayers Hair Vigor It Itcertainly Itcertainly Itcertainly certainly checks falling hair hairno hairno hairno no mistake about this It acts actsas actsas I Ias as a regular medicine makes makesthe makesthe makesthe the scalp healthy Then you youmust youmust youmust must have healthy hair for forits forits forits its natures way wayThe wayThe wayThe The best kind of a testimonial testimonialSold testlmonialSold testimonialfor Sold for over sixty sixtyyears sixtyyearsMade years yearsMade yearsAMad8 Made byJ by J C Co Ayer Co Lowell Mass MassI MasAl0 Macsmanttracturer I = AlBO manuotnrerB manu1 ctur...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 13 June 1906

74 THE 1JE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST to 0 that tlla t it can < 1n be drawn ii upon > on n mo mohients moments ntoinents hients notice when necessary Fo Foyears For ForJears Foryears years I had no use for a veil eil about my mjface myface myface face It was If in the way n1J and did no noallow not notallow notallow allow a free circulation of air so bene beneficlal heneticlal beneficial ficlal In a hot climate Being so overly overljtall oerlJt1ll overlytall tall in person it was also quite aiiannoyance anannoyance an anannoyance annoyance for limbs catch on the veil veilespecially yeilespeocially veilespecially especially when in a rush But Buiafter Butafter Butafter after experiencing several stinging stingingscrapes stlnglngscrapes stingingscrapes scrapes and working in large apiaries apiarieand npiarlesof of bees where yeilshad yells had to be worn wornand orn ornnntl and after several instances more or 01less orless orless less serious in nature of stinging ac accidents nccide...

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

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST INTERNATIONAL UNSHIKB BOCtETT BOCtETTPresident SOCIrryPresident OCIETTPreldnt President Q OnralKn n ral Hn Cynthia w Attest AllraHadquart All AllHadquartn AttestHeadquartersU Hadquart HeadquartersU n S Fifth AY Avenue nu N Nw w Tork TorkStat TorkStat YorkState Stat President Florida Mr Mary L LBradt 1 1Bradt LBradt Bradt 211 West Adam S Jacksonville JacksonvilleTHOUGHTS Jackaonv1llTHOUGHTS JacksonvilleTHOUGHTS THOUGHTS FOR THE WEEK WEEKO O ask not hope thou not too much of ofsympathy ofsl11l1aUI ofsympathy sympathy below belowFew lJelowFew belowhen Few are the hearts whence one Sainttouch same sametouch sametouch touch touchBids touchBids touchIliils Bids the sweet fountains How HowIt HowIt flowIt I It may 1111 be that thy brothers eye eyeSees eyeSees Sees not as thine which turns turnsIn turnsIII turnsIn In such deep reverence to the sky skyWhere sl slJJelC skyWhere Where JJelC the rich sunset burns burnsIt i It may in that the breath of spring springHorn ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 13 June 1906

37G THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST FLORIDA M AGRIGUL AGRICULTURIST AGRICULTURISTEntered GDLTURIST GDLTURISTEntered TURIST TURISTEntered Entered at the postoffice at DeLand Florida Floridas as > s secondclass matter matterE E O PAINTER PUBLISHING CO COPublishers COPublishers COPublishers Publishers and Proprietors ProprietorsPublished ProprietorsPublished ProprietorsPublished Published every Wednesday and devoted t tthe to tothe tothe < the development of Florida and the best in interests interests interests terests of 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 ASSOCIATIONOne ASSOCIATIONTERMS ASSOCIATIONTERMS TERMS TERMSOne TERMSOne One year single subscription 20 20Six 2 2Six Six months single subscription 10 10Single 100Single 1 1Single Single copy I IADVERTISING...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 13 June 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 377 sausage sa usage making and preserving arc arcdone arcdone aredone done doneI N NI I saw sa one of < the trusts employes employesdoctoring emploJesdoctoring employesdoctoring doctoring spoiled hams in a cellar in inone inone inone one of the packing houses He had a agreat agreat agreat great number nUIl1 er of hams on a big table tableThe tnbleThe tableThe The stench that arose from them was wasoverpowering wasoerpowering wasoverpowering overpowering overpoweringTo To Take Away Odor OdorTlie Tlie he man was wasworking wasworking wasworking working a pump with one foot Attached At Attached t tMelted ¬ tached to the pump was a tube on oilthe onthe onthe the end of which was a big hollow hollowneedle llOlIowneellle hollowneedle needle He would jab the needle into intoa a ham and then pump it full of a aehemitrtl nchcmiell aclreurictl ehemitrtl to take away the dreadful dreadfulodor dre1lIrulodor dreadfulodor odor odorA A few days ago I sent to the presi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 13 June 1906

li8 a THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST > f + n + n 3 Ef30EfiCE + n + n + n f + o t430f + otntn + f 1Qt3 + ntntata f + i + fft37E + a t3EtlEt + a + ata Et3Ctt + n Ef3ff iE133 + a f + at ati E EBrother i Brother Giovannis Reward RewardB1 I Ig Inn I IBY BY y T SACKVTLTJE is MARTIN 1fAW111NN1E rIN g + nn + n + n 3E43 + n E + n E + a 1 + n 3 + 3CE f 4ntntn 3CE + 3Cf + E + a + at lE + f f + ntn 3 E + 3 + f1EtlE ntntn + lft3C + XE + a + E + E + Brother Giovanni stood before the thegreat thegreat thegreat great unfinished canvas that was to torace tograce tograce grace race the wall above the high altar altarof altarof altarof of the t 1e monastery chapel His pallette jvalletteami palletteand and his brushes lay la idly itll beside him himwhile himwhile himwhile while lie stared at the painting with witheyes witheyes witheyes eyes that did not see it being far be beyond IJ beyond ¬ yond 01111 in visions of glory Ior of which in inhad h hhad hehad had caught but a faint reflection Yet Yetthat Ye...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 13 June 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST nn How a Tree Agent Worked Work l Hi HiGame His HisGame HiGame GameIhere Game GameThere GameThere There are honest agents who travt travtthrough travclthrou travtthrough through throu h the country selling trees etBut etc etcBut etcHut But there are hundreds of others wh whare who whoare witare are ready reall to do anything an thing to get money monejThe moneyrhe moneyThe The Rural NewYorker publishes ai aiaccount an anIClount aaccount account of one scheme that has h lS beeiworked been beenworletl beeworked worked at the North We c do no noknow not notknow neknow know that it has hr been tried in Florida Floridabut Floridabut Floridfbut but if not something similar is liablto liabl liableto liablto to be tried at any an time In fact w whad we weh1Il wlead < had circulars of a 1 somewhat similar siniilaplan similarpia similaplan plan pia n last winter winterA A few fc years ron < ago an agent of the theHhelSide th thRiverside thRiverside Riverside Nu...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 13 June 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 380 DEPARTMENT DEP 1tTMENT OF ORNAMENTAIHORTICIILTUBE ORNAMENTAL ORNAMENTALHORTICULTURE ORNAMENTALHORTICULTURE HORTICULTURE HORTICULTUREW W C STEELE STEELESWITZERLAND STEELESWITZERLAND STEELSWITZERLAND SWITZERLAND FLORIDA FLORIDAThe FLORIDAThe FLORIDAThe The Common Elder ElderThe Elderrhe ElderThe The common Elder sambncus lnhneu Cana Canadonsis Canadensis CanadensIs densis is not usually usuall considered an anornamental it itornamental n nornamenhll ornamental plant Yet it certainly certainlyis cCrtainli is i deserving of a place in the list listAbont list11Iout listAbout About two years cars ago a o we mentioned mentionedthe mention mentionthe the fact that it was an 11 evergreen and andalmost ulllfi1most lit litalmost almost an everflowering shrub or orsmall orsmall onsmall small tree in this thi state Our tree has hasheen hasbeen Ias Iasheen heen almost constantly in bloom since sincethat sincethat sincethat that time We Yc do not think that there ther...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 13 June 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 381 house plants but in this state will willbloom wmbloom willbloom bloom In the open air with very ery little littleprotection littlelllotcction littleprotection protection It is usual at the North Northto N orili orilito to procure the bulbs in August or orSeptember or8eptmnber orSeptember September But in Florida it would wouldbe woulllbe wouldbe be better to Wait ail until later in tho fall fallas fallas fallas as our cool weather doesnot does not come so soearly somrly soearly early as at the North orth The Rural fluralXev RuralXe RuralNew New Xe Yorker tells of some extra good goodstrains goodstrains I strains and a new variety varietyFischers yaricQIiischers varietyI Fischers I + Purity + Freesia FrecsiaIJ1st Last year yearRudolph yearRudolph rellUmlotIh Rudolph Fischer Great Neck L I of offered offcredunl1er offered ¬ fered fcredunl1er under the name of Purity Purit si new newand newmHI newand and particularly > freeflowering Free Freesin FreeHil...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 13 June 1906

I asp > THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST POULTRY DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTAll All communications and inquiries inqui cs ghoul ghoulhe shoulde shoulhe he e addressed to toW W C C STEELE STEELESwitzerland STEELEwitzerland STEELESwitzerland Switzerland Florid FloridThe Flo FloridaThe da daThe The Incubator as a Starter StarterTlio Starterlhe StarterThe The following from Poultry give givesome gives givessome givesome some very sound arguments Jr uments for th thuse the thel1C thuse use of an incubator incubatorThe inculmtorThe incubatorThe The other day I read this in a fan fanpaper farm1m farnpaper paper 1m per The man who starts into pou poutry pout poultry pouttry try business with scarcely enoug enougmoney enough enoughmoney cnouglmoney money to pay the expenses of the firsmonth firs first1II0nth firsmonth month expecting to make his livin livinifrom livinfrom living livingfrom from the start will soon find himsel himselout himselfout himselout out of business businessThere businessThere b...

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