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

THE FLORIDA I AGRICULTURIST 503 I INTERNATIONAL SUNSHINE SOCIETY SOCIETYPresident SOCIETYPresldI SOCIETYPresident President General OeneralMra Mrs Cynthia W v Allen AllenHeadquarters AllenHeadquarters96 AllenHeadquarters96 Headquarters96 96 Fifth Avenue New York TurkState YorkState YorkState State President Florida Mrs Mary l lBradt L LBradt 1 1Bradt Bradt 211 11 West Adams S Jacksonville JacksonvilleHave JacksonvilleHave JacksonvilleHave Have you a kindness shown shownPass 7 7Pass 1PUll Pass It on onTwaa onTwas onTwas Twas not given for you OU alone alonePass alonePus alonePass Pass It on onLet onLet onLet Let It travel down the years yearsLet yearsLet yearsLet Let It wipe anothers tears tearsTill tearsTill tearsTill Till In heaven the deed appears appearsPass appearsPus appearsPass Pass It on onMotto onMoltoGood onMottoGood Motto MoltoGood Good Cheer CheerColors CheerColorsYellow CheerColorsYellow Colors ColorsYellow Yellow and whiteState whiteState white whiteState State Color Co...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 8 August 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST AGRICULTURISTEntered Entered at the postoffice at DeLand Florida Floridais is 5 secondclass matter matterE matterEo E Eo O PAINTER PUBLISHING CO COPublishers COPublishers COPublisherss Publishers and Proprietors ProprietorsPublished ProprietorsPublished 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 ofrIIE 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 200Six 200 200Six 200Six Six months single sinltlesubscription subscription 100 100Single 100SlnKI 100Single Single copy 00 00ADVERTISING 00ADVERTISI...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 8 August 1906

THE FLORIDA I AGRICULTURIST f 505 1 that lands him safely on the bank bankbut bankhilt bankbut but the horses fall to the bottom bottomsome bottomsOllie bottomsome some eight feet down while the wag wagon wagon wagon ¬ on is left hanging in midair partly partlyup up partly down One horse is flat flaton flaton flaton on its side The other is trying to tofree tofree tofree free itself from the entangling al alliances alliances alliances ¬ liances liancesThe liancesThe liancesThe The farmer and his son rush around aroundand aroundand aroundand and get the team by the bridle and andthe andthe andthe the next half hour is spent in right righting righting righting ¬ ing things up Once more good for fortune fortune fortune ¬ tune has been on the side of the thefarmer thefarmer thefarmer farmer and no serious damage has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen been incurred It might easily have havebeen havebeen havebeen been otherwise and all breathe a pray prayer ¬ er that it has all turned out as well we...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 8 August 1906

506 THE TH FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST n o + oo O + t + faQE + o + G > o + tf tf7f + 37ff + o E + n + n ffL + O + O Gfrr + O + 7H c < t r t tKUSHTO I KUSHTO BAK BAKBY O O BY III ILILEY LEY M FLtTTOHEK HJ HJo HJO BEKRY O + + o + + + O + O + O + O + Q + O + Q The origin ori ill and history histo of the na national national national ¬ tional road are now almost forgotten forgottenbut but before the days d1 of railroads the thesfcige tIles thestage stage s l e coaches eO1ch which came thunderin thunderinulon thunderingalong thundering thunderingalong along ulon its smooth ribbonlike rih onIile stretch shretchand smetchUlll stretchand and the imsthoys I dho of the United States Statesmail Stnt Stntmail Statesmail mail treated much more interest and andwere filulwere andwere were no less ps important factors in it the thebusiness thehusilless thebusiness business and 1 1l i political > olitical life of the coun country eO country un untry ¬ try than the puffing fiery lier iron mons mon...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 8 August 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST IL lid I simply must have and lie laid his hisplans hisIlia hisplans plans Ilia liS accordingly accordinglyWhen accordinglyWhen cordill ly lyYI1Cn When it was rumored in the village villagethat yiIla villagethat e ethat that there had been attempts att mItg to rob robthe robthe robthe the mail 1l1 iI between St Louis ouis and Indi Indiiinapolis ImHl1Ialolis Indianapolis iinapolis the wiseacres cheerfully cheerfullybobbed cheerfullybohbed cheerfullyiu bobbed iu hbed their heads One might expect expecttluit expectth expectthat that th lt any all place llaee else except on their theirown theirOWII theirown own livemile stretch But Kushto Knshtolak KushtoUak KushtoBak lak sensed sense something which had es esiped esI1ell estaped taped iped tin perception of the humans humansaround humansaround around him He did not like the thetraveler thetranItI thetraveler traveler who had so closely exam examined examillCtI examined ¬ ined him in the village and after after...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 8 August 1906

508 I THE FLORIDA J AGRICULTURIST DEPARTMENT DE A THENTOFORNAMENTAL THENTOFORNAMENTALHORTICULTURE OF ORNAMENTAL ORNAMENTALHORTICULTURE ORNAMENTALHORTICULTURE HORTICULTURE HORTICULTUREw w C c STEELE STEELESWITZERLAND STEELESWITZERLAND STEELESWITZERLAND SWITZERLAND FLORIDA FLORIDAMy FLORIDAMy FLORIDAMy My Two Gardens GardensI I have a i garden plot so fair fa l and sweet sweetTis BweetJis sweetTi Tis Ti my m delight deli ht to tend and keep it itneat itneat itneat neat neatThere neatThere neatThere There do I labor mid my 111 treasured treasuredflowers treasuredflowClS treasuredflowers flowers flowersThere flowClSPh flowersThere There Ph ere spend in pleasant toil HI HIIfinre myleisure my myleisure leisure hours hoursIf hourIf I If there a i weed fell or noisome plant I Isee Isee Isee see seeris seelis seeTis ris rooted root ell up or cut down instant instantly instantXo ¬ ly lyXo I lyNo Xo bindweed round my flowers shall shallever shallCCr shallever ever twine twineXo twincXo twineNo...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 8 August 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 509 the rains set in they have scalded out outin outin outin in many places and are not blooming bloomingso so well I always grow them in mix mixed mixed mixed ¬ ed colors except one large bed in the theback theback theback back flower garden among the roses rosesI 1 let none grow there except the large largered largered largered red striped This bed has been the thesame thesmne thesame same for eight years and often in the themiddle themiddle themiddle middle of the bed the verbinas wiIIclimb willclimb will willclimb climb four feet up in the rosebushes rosebushesI I use a kitchen fork to dig out the theweeds theweeds theweeds weeds and grass when new seedlings seedlingscome seedlingscome seedlingscome come into bloom if they are not true trueto trueto trueto to color and size I dig them out I Iam Imll Ian am very very mY proud of this verbena bed bedM bedVii M 1 E C Pearce PearcefxHiisiana PearceLouisiana PearceLouisiana Louisiana fxHiisianaDahlias Louisi...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 8 August 1906

510 I THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST POULTRY DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTAll All communications and nd inquiries should shauMbe be addressed to toW W C STEELE STEELESwitzerland STEELEiwitzerland STEELEwitzerland Switzerland Florida FloridaGrow FloridLGrow FloridaGrow Grow Your Own Poultry Food FoodWe FoodVe FoodWe We Ve quote this week an article by bya a 1 Florida poultryman who thinks that thatthe thatthe thatthe the business would be much more moreprofitable moreprofitable I Iprofimble profitable if we could grow our own ownpoultry ownpoultry OwnI Ownpoult I poultry poult food He speaks of trying cow cowl cowpeas cowpeas l peas > eas but does not mention anything anythingelse anythingelse else as being likely to be successfully successfullygrown successfullyrOwn successfullygrown grown grownWe grownWe rOwn rOwnVe We Ve found kattir coca and millo millomaize miliamaize millomaize maize excellent chicken < feed and very veryeasily veryeasily ery eryeasIly easily grown We + had one compla...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 8 August 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 6t1i could once get a taste of capon there therewould therewould therewould would be a great reduction in the thenumber thenumber thenumber number of roosters on Ms place Anylarge Anylarge Any Anylarge large breed will make fine capons caponsThe caponsThe caponsThe The operation can be performed at atany atany atany any age but from two to six months monthsgives monthsgives monthsgives gives the best results What shall we wedo wedo wedo do with our cockerels is the question questionthat questionthat questionthat that oftentimes perplexes the poultry poultryraiser poultryraiser poultryraiser raiser Chasing about the yards wor worrying worring worrying ¬ rying The hens continually spoiling spoilingfor for a light the cockerel cOCkerelloses loses his hisflesh hisflesh hisflesh flesh as rapidly as gained proves the thecost thecost thecost cost of keeping to be far more than thanlie thanhe thanlie lie brings in the market In capon caponizing caponizing caponizin...

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

512 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 777 JI7 4I 7 7 77 77777 777 7 7WET DRY WET OR DRY DRYLET DRYI I LET US t S SPRAY SPRAYi SPRAYWe 99 i 4 We w can furnish you anything in the spraying line from a gill atomizer atomizerto i ito 4 4 to a power pump or dry dust blower blowerm blowerii O b I A F 4 LL t tt tIf AJt AJtIf > = t m > > ii iiIf If you want spraying material of any kind we have it itE itE 4 4 4 E 0 Painter Fertilizer Co Jacksonville JacksonvilleBIG Fla FlaL 4 4 4WANT L LLLLLLLL L 777777 77777 77777WANT WANT BIG CROPS THEN USE IDEAL FERTILIZER FERTILIZEROUR OUR BOOKS WILL TELL YOU YOUFLORIDA YOUl1LORIDA YOUFLORIDA FLORIDA VEGETABLES A complete manual manualon IRISH POTATOES Book on Soil Seed Plant Planting Planton ¬ on Florida crops cropsFLORIDA ing and Cultivation Effect of Fertilizers Digging Diggingand Diggingand Diggingand and Shipping ShippingPINEAPPLE ShippingFLORIDA ShippingFLORIDA FLORIDA ORANGES Book of special interest interestto intercsto PINEAPPLE PINE PPLE FERT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 15 August 1906

Qcercr QcercrI Sccr Sccrl efnrl III I rJ Or lgr I II leINl to U1SJ6 kfIER t Y YEI EI I lJ 8 mJ6 mJ6UDe 1SJ6U UDe U S De gr ur f OTED TQ TQJsURN JsURN A ATE tNTE E EVOL VOL XXXIII No Q3 Jacksonville and DeLand Fla F12 Wednesday August 15 151906 1906 Whole Whole No 1661 Milking Tubes TubesEditor TubesEditor TubesEditor Editor Florida Agriculturist AgriculturistI I have a native Florida cow that thatgives tlmtgives thatgives gives a good mess of unusually rich ricliinilk rielllnilk richmilk milk for a common cow but she is isvery isvery isvery very hard to milk Sometime ago a o I Isent Isent Isent sent for a set of coin silver milking milkingtubes milkin milkintubes milkingtubes tubes il 1 have been using them for fortwo fo fotwo fortwo two weeks or more I find that I can canmilk canmilk canmilk milk in about half halftJ1e the time that it took tookto toolto tookto to milk by hand and with apparently apparentlymore apparentlymore apparentlymore more comfort to the cow This Is Isshown i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 15 August 1906

514 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST during January put on an earlygrowth early earlygrowth earlygrowth growth and a late freeze in February Februaryand Februaryami Februaryand and March kills all the tops ttP This Thisis Thisis the theroots theroots theroots is however not very serious as roots are seldom killed and the figs figsbeing figsbel figsbeing being bel being g such spontaneous growers will willreestablish willreesroblIsh willreestablish t reestablish themselves in short order ordereven ordert ordereven ordereven I even bearing bearing a good crop during the thefollowing theI thefollowing following f summer summerPacking summerPacking summerPacking I Packing and ShippingDurlng Shipping During the theripening theripening theripening ripening season figs must be picked pickedevery pickedffiery pickedevery every day as soon as one on shows a alarge alarge alarge large increased size and color it must mustbe mustbe mustbe be picked and packed packed for the market marketFigs marketFi...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 15 August 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 515 FLOUR and FLOWERS OF SULPHUR SULPHURWhaleOil SULPHURH SULPHURWhaleOil H WhaleOil Whale Oil Soap and other Insecticides Forb F ° a aE It i iE E 0 PAINTER FERTILIZER CO Jacksonville Fla J of the minute animals which furnish furnishso so large a part of the food for frogs frogsat at all stages of their development developmentThe The rest of the pond should have a agradually agrnduall agradually gradually sloping bottom with conse consequent consequent ¬ I Iquent quent increase in < TClSC of depth to the outlet outletthe outlettlle outletthe the water at that point l Being at least leastfive leastfive leastfive five feet deep hy h drawing off of the theponds theponds theponds ponds the stock can then be assem assembled assembled assembled ¬ bled in n small area areftfor for sorting 80rt ng and andthe andthe andthe the like SoCt muck in which the thefrogs tIlefrogs thefrogs frogs can bury them themselves hocs in cold coldweather coldweather coldweather we...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 15 August 1906

1 1c THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST Beauty Bea ty in Goats Milk MilkIt It is usually the ambition of al alladies all allladies a aladies ladies of every age to be as beautiful beautifuas as possible possibleThe possibillThe possibleThe The Sheep Breeder gives ves some hint hintwhich hintswl hintwhich Both the thifollowing theCollow1ng thfollowing which wl ch may be valuable following articles are from that paper paperTo paperTo paperTo To Prof Francis King Cooke o oWinnotka of o1Vltmretla Winnotka 1 nllct b1 Ill belongs the distlnctioi distlnctioiof of trying to increase womans beaut beautthrough beauty beautythrough beautthrough through the consumption of goatmilk goat goatmilk goats goatsIJl milk IJl milk lk and thus increasing the health healthof healtof healtlof of the girl pupil of a fashionabl fashionablboarding fashionablebOarding fashionablboarding boarding school says sa S a daily paper papeiThe paperThe paperThe The expectation is that this milk wilgive will willgive wingive gi...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 15 August 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 517 Warranted Warrantedto Waanhdto to give satisfaction satisfactionGOMBAULTS satisfactionGOMBAULTS satisfactionGOMBAULTS GOMBAULTS GOMBAULTSCAUSTIC GOMBAULTSCAUSTIC GOMBAULTSCAUSTIC CAUSTIC BALSAM BALSAMA A safe speedy and andpositive andpositive andpositive positive cure for forCnib forCUrb forCurbs CUrb Curbs Splint Sweeny Capped Rock HockStrained RockStrained RockStrained Strained Tendons Founder wind Puffs Puffsand Puffsand Puffsand and all lameness from Spavin Ringbone Ringboneand and other bony tumors Cores all skin skindiseases lkindiseases sidediseases diseases or Parasites Thrush Diphtheria DiphtheriaRemoves DiphtheriaRemoves DiphtheriaRemoves Removes all Bunches from Horses or orCattle orCattle orCattle Cattle CattleAs CattleAs As a HUMAN J1 UMAN REMEDY for Bhen BhenmatUm RheumaUam Bbenmatism matUm Sprain Sore Throat et ete it itIs UIs itis Is invaluable invaluableErerr InvalnableEvery invaluableWarranteeddito Every bottle of Ganatlc Balaam sold ...

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

I > > 18 THE FH FLORIDA AeJrICULTUJrIST HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTAll All communications or inquiry for this de department deJlartment department ¬ partment should be addressed to toFLORIDA toFLORIDA toFLORIDA FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST AGRICULTURISTThe AGRICULTURISTThe u The editor of this department will iII gladly glmlljrwelcome gbllywelcome gladlywelcome welcome any hints or articles pertinent p < rtioent tr I the thehousehold thehousehold thehousehold household If an reader has ha any helpful sue sueEestions suggestions uc ucfetions Eestions please send them along alongMistakes aJongMistakes alongMistakes Mistakes of a Young Housekeeper HousekeeperWe We e have been very Yer much interested interestedjn jn the prize department pf the Toadies ToadiesWorld I LadiesWorld Hlies Hliesorld World orld and especially pleased < < l with the thefollowing tl1efollowJII thefollowing following article which received first firstprize fir firstprize < t tlrize prize lrize rec...

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

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 519 great reat success stKCe s to a i number of other otherwomen otherwomen otherwomen womenJ womenExactly women womenExactly J Exactly 111 wherein lies lie > the virtue of ofthis ofthis ofthis this simple cure for disordered nerves nervesit it would perhaps be ditlicult to dis discover discover discover ¬ cover It may llIa l be > e that there is some somehypnotic somehypuotie somehypnotic hypnotic action in the swift movement movementof of the shiningneedles upon which hich the theknitters theknitters theknitters knitters eyes are fix fixSuch fixd fixdSuch < < 1 1Such Such action of course would I he heerJ bevery > e every very erJ slight sli ht hut it is quite possible possiblethat lx possiblethat > ssible ssibletlmt that it may be sufficient to quiet the thenerves thenerves thenerves nerves and that t too in a much more movesalutary moresalntarJ moresalutary salutary way than can be effected by byany hJIIY byany any IIY drug dnl At all ...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 15 August 1906

520 I THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST AGRICULTURISTEntered AGRIGUL TURIST TURISTEntered Entered at the postoffice at DeLand Florida Floridas as s secondclass matter matterE E l O PAINTER PUBLISHING CO COPublishers COPublishers COPublishers Publishers and Proprietors ProprietorsPublished ProprietorsPublished ProprietorsPublished Published every Wednesday and devoted to tothe tothe tothe the development of Florida and the best in interests interests interests ¬ terests of f her people peopleMembers peopleMembers peopleMembers Members of ofTHE ofHE ofTHE THE HE 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 200Six 200 200Six 200Six Six months monthssinsle single subscription 100 100SingU 100sirisle 100Single Single copy copy 05 05ADVERTISIN...

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

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 521 form Second because of a certain certainsort certainSort certainsort sort of prejudice that t exists in the theminds theminds theminds minds of many persons I n < olls to the effect effectthat effectthat effectthat that the growing of stock cannot suc succeed succeed succeed ¬ ceed in what they are pleased though thougherrenotisly thougherrellously thougherrenously errenotisly to call a hot climate climatescourged eUnmtescourged climatescourged scourged with wiUlin insect ect pests of every everykind evcrykind everykind kind fatal to animal life In the first firstinstance firstinstance firstinstance instance people cannot know the real realtruth realtnlth realtruth truth simply by intuition and in the thesecond tIlesecond thesecond second there is absolutely ahoollltel > not the theslightest thesliglltest theslightest slightest foundation for pr such belief beliefThe beliefThe beliefThe The truth is the climate of Florida Floridais is an ideal one...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 15 August 1906

522 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST DEPARTMENT OF ORNAMENTAL ORNAMENTALHORTICULTURE ORNAKENTALHOJtTICULTURE ORNAMENTALHORTICULTURE HORTICULTURE HORTICULTUREW W C C STEELE STEELESWITZERLAND STEELESWITZERLAND STEELESWITZERLAND SWITZERLAND FLORIDA FLORIDAThe FLORIDAThe FLORIDAThe The Spirea A Waterer WatererKililiir WatererBlif WatererEditor Editor Blif Floral Lcpartmcnt LcpartmcntDuring lclllrflllcllfDnrill fcparhatcntDuring During Dnrill the dronth when many roses rosesand rosSa rosesand and a 1111 shrubs came near dying d ing and anilfoliage amIfoliage andfoliage foliage turned black or brown and sindfell andfell mdCell fell off I thought many times I would wouldcut woultlI woultlcut wouldcut I cut the tops off a row of Spirea A AWaterer AYatcrer AWaterer Waterer as they were bare of foliage foliagebut foliagehnt foliagebut but always alwa s there were were ere other things thingsto to do Since the rain the little shrubs shrubshave shnlbshaye shrubshave have put forth green reen leaves le...

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