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A Mnthy Jural evoed o emi-Trpial Frut Cltre nSut Florida.;









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'Li prtaio ofhih bedste an &deqli as lare asthe ldebtee h
noed iano bee acessfu eThey -supe y cmi.fu woe-ade- ttr roiows whr th tlsP o o







Wed egge loe ofin -aogh n~o brd rn&wit mik ridhoey.Itis heefoe itte urthr nr 'I use liv '~athe r t Dui. Yh SUM, th pruad Iftee sromo.h
-tha evenia crab. tha becom -dly ifsvrlb.lc

tob reue gi~arang eppo s ad they. mayiI be allwe tow What bete
earl da (he eopl apree~ the inthroughbred. ul the :headg of ed eanekh mant be jon foe til thyP0.Te r
.oo~vva~d~hr p~o~ct; ust hw the of or her ca ewb i- -an fiee e wthen scrpe upd andot cleneth-h


sula,~ ~ ~ be qto te e, inteScntms y c~qusi tem theldair farm.t -Tetrese owel
k ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Z x~ ~~ enclsur ah great~ man woud betzaeh losttt,*e ~p
timof ossofcrarnsearaor,, e- &rios n if u rvve e rais, wo-tle S it~ tey ashomnd alwy e hntroeterininte
vol 'Ingchxrn, tc, wic E~e ow use i th nrt fior cow feed ar cmlue-.n Bu wei wan tie o ip o must ~ becteeyseod o hr
conideed ssntil t th podutio produce hrfial in Fl[idat I o-r hogs W e pwane smthing ietrdy hnteaefrtplduo





a~u nw ad henfalue. ~ee ws t cn e f wewak pror caet o et ca mdnFoia that
hand, an in~ii~ the~az' even ofari



uynmay be.e renspreah. Ordnail they, an.te knwede whcdasintii sam 'is~ trel ey t of asvrt-aas n g eng rough toYthise
yiel from, twlv to~i tihte buhl
stuy f he sub ec h re giv n sen a gelwu ze, tc. al xcllet an m st tweedoidato ns fom erace.eftr h av frst hel

I-'eeprtbte ri ro od time.i~iu Foni hay we -have Crnd gr"p hs a oe


crern nd coverin th soe ntohae 'bu Aite th a ue a s r wemilk-iw' beL fri0d Thi isi au insult. Caiy l oer mciey ihcntn
buter wic iffoloedan temer maing4 food Pea visa e excellent son) I te cow Whbette anima "ywr srqieadteco a~~osse numerou adatae in,~d4 o e ~sb~
ed it s rasnale irou f O- either gren 01' ourd T h curin ofredcal man av than one, th
mon Iseaa e. ~ will geerll poued peae is howver somea diffi- -is tb many localities.
~4~b~yin I~ intr a~r an tht ~~ofhg himt willingly an almost 1l good Tiasults. cult, and attend eb moext orl k lessot rce htience tells usi


a Ilsodon sieutifca e. tt is Wl s- siigco the cano ab quicly to kind tray en that~g th a'wihaperdrip.nyi
ate an'quckl coled loes hatcu e ad maes goo hay. IW be it- aterna affection, gete a fntoe. ncm etn nti disareebleodo dhc war -in 'lee oevrta 4udy n most proit- lam whe properl ta e, sei necag asta si rei


not so create. or died in pernc to alos any- sols forat whn causie lie ppie


cetin'etions and locliie haema iie ihba uhtt a e pn ash grass, maueYuk t



beninFord i ih ollt tb






T all now subscribers sending one dollar for a two
ricuttur&L eA CTU S G TJ ID E o f yearscouliscription to the PINEAPPLE we offer choice of
any of the following:
PUBLISHED MONTHi-Y. PICTURES, IN COLORS 0 0 _e 19
-Potato Fertilizer. Q OF THE WORLD'S FAIR.
Devoted to the culture of Cacti and
ExpewimenIts with fertilizers for Retail value one dollar each, Make your selection and
Succulents. Sub&criptiom, 50 cents a send your dollar at once. The full set of six and PINE,
irish. potatoes have beeh systemati- i -&PPLE twoyearp for $2.60. This offer Is good, to use In
6a]IY eonducte&. for it number 'of I year, saimple copy for stamp. word contest.
Ohio. Phosphoric acid says
CACTUS. GUIDE, SHARON, PA
tire American Agriculturist_ seems to I Tatho"s Points of lot t
:h xve'the controlling element in in- think P C
erpa-slng.:. yield :in all these tests Wanted-An Idea a
ing to patent? A unts of six a4visifely Cowell lirt picivra, inagnitictut wbite city*
: Vherees inmanyof the southern, Protect ynur Ideas; they may bring you wealth.
Write JOHN WEDDERBURN & CO., Patent Attor- bdila fac-simileS Of The Inwous olialal$ PI
and eaetern states, potash neysoasbingwri, D. C., for their $1,800 prize oirer
by 30M 1R. lity. lReVrI In Tiltm Matta Colom
and t of two hundred Inventions wanted.
seemp to be the -more necessary element. In the Ohio test, the lowest FLORIDA Ch NTRAL. AND. PENIN- i The Peristyle
SULAR RAILROAD. $iZe of, eacb Piciure The grand water entrance of Reproduced In is Colors
cost-perbushel of increase was ob- 19 X 26 Inebe$ this wonderful dreamiand, on btavy platepaper
'tained by the use of snperphosphate guarded on either hand by the
vlonebut -the greatest gam per, acre COL',1101 tates and Territories, and surmounted by an artistic group of Statuary representing Columbus making hisentry to thewhite A it. City. The Peristyle is formed by forty-eight noble columns,'twenty-four on leach side'af the
was With 1,100 pounds per a cre of a central arch, representing the States of the Union and the territories. The columns are over
Complete fertilizer -containing nitro- Sixty ft. high, the width of the colonnade being about the same, while the entire leng is 234 ft.
gen, phosphoric acid- aaid potash. N, F 111" --TOP 2,0eneral View from Colonnade
Muriate, of potash, and nitrate of b. AC 04, 0 11 we $ecure
P 1, This magnificent picture, with its many artistic bridges, nurperous
canals, banked by wallsofapgarently, solid marble, suggestsaglimp e .99d.&,.when usedalone, did not give of Venice, the foreground em races the South canal. On the right is
0
pi-ofitable increase, but :proved bene- i Secured- caught glimpse of Agricultural Hall, at the left is the striking set
handsome eastern entrance tI, Machinery Hall. The column rising ficial with superphosphate.- The only from th end of the Grand Basin is noble and impressive. CrossV I- If W.I W, of
ing both the south and north canals are the graceful arches and in :which farmers can definitely Ellinitga bridges, thronged with the visitors to this wIcriderlous drearaland.
ri
determime.whether it will pay them o'de ntr cc -ation Building wbilt
I n- F an Transport
tq: u e. oinapletefertilizer, contain The color scheme of the Transportation Building was a courageous y
JACK30NVILILE the
ingall thr elements, or only one or A ugee G a_ artistic experiment in the midst of the snow white palaces. Itsgorgeous
I.U. I entrance was known as the golden doorway. its lavish sculptural last
two, Js to experiment for themselve.9 decoration and series of recessed arches commanded the admiration
-the GULP -d
vpP4 different ingredients and,, of the world. It is a picture that will be preservedlor all tiv:-Buxtures. Directions for such ex
4 Court of Honor for Perist,,
-periments -are given in numerous A grand picture-full ing its tit e. In the foreground rises the Republic. a colossal
'bulletins.. 111 r L figure with arms uplifted and showing the emblems of liberty and country. 'I ihe
Bu a ,if, magnificent Administration Building with its superb dome, on the rightis seen
ftr? % kldF. I the Manufacturers',Building, while at the left extends the graceful lines of the Agricultural
Yellow.and White dorn. Building.
i, Upon the much discussed question
Administration, Mining Electrical Building
er Tl e Adininistration Building was a perfect dream of beauty. and vias the keystone of all
.of wheth there is a material differ- )Kap of 68 PI
guce in the s eding of yellow and RIDA CENTRAC\ u.M. 1, W h file magnificent stnictures which surrounded it. The apex of the superb dome WAS 27 feet
P0 v, from Lh grourid. It appears in the center of this superb reproduction in colors, while on the
b, ht We'see th6 Mining Building 70OX150 feet in size, and at the left the Electricity Buildingv h!ite corn, Prof. G. E. Morrow and r1i
tho Me-tropolitan and Rural fENINSULAR R.R. w ich contained the marvellous inventions of our modern wizards.
and Connections. 6 Art Palace and
Ho 'me, KEY EST I. nattow criumph
#- Worlis ot Nrt to Em i
Chemical "alysis shows no appre- SPRAIT /',"OY FLO"D belllsb 31merican 15omes Lagoon Presented lit Jinpicture,
ciable difference dependent on the I N, Y.. I I
This is the last of the series
colot of -corn. There are minor -dif- and a picture replete with exquisite coloring. The clouds in tne sky of azure 1blueappear to
the The Florida Trunk Line Short line he slowly moving ver the famous palace. Many of the world's best critics considered this
ferenees i composition of (11 structure Jus ultra of all the architectural conceptions of later times'and of the skill
-soaville, Savamnali, Atlantra hands In
to Jack
re fliuman it was found the true combination of rare beauty and availability.
f ;RL vaxietries, aInd'considerable cUfe and all points north including New 'ft Is Now the Opportunity of a Life Time
_,/fiI in the struetur of the ker- York, Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City 'limi e
nl6lig -ais fb tl e hardness. In ray ob- to secure a set of these magnificent colored pictures, and as the supply is t d, our offer
etc., etc. Only line with through Pull- will be withdrawn soon, as the color plates have been destroyed, and no moie can be secured at
s6rration, yellow varieties are more anyprice.
fi.ie, quehily hard than white orte but, man sleepers from Jacksonville to
some of thewhite varieties have very New Orlembs.
hard 'kern6lc. While I can give. no For ratest and other information apr6"on fot- the fact, it is true of III piy to DISSI ON PURCHASE,
&0* of-Varieties tested at different A. 0. MACDONALD, G. P. A. (4,000,000 ACRES.)
-i I nation that the average N.'S. PEINTNINGTON, Traf. Manager.
yield of the. white has been- some- tf. Jacksonville, Flawhat larger than that of the yellow. FOP, S A L S
Probably a majority of the farmers
believb that white varieties have not 40 A 0 IRES $1000
as Intich value osthe yellow. I have l ands
Often heard the 'expression, that the LAN
Yellow co*rn 11 DS SUITABLE FOR CITRUS AND OTHER FRUITS, GENis more "heating- My Oranges ERAL FARMING.
own vie* is th4It -neither yield nor
composition depend on the color of J ?esolls Large Tracts for'Turpentine and Colonies.
the kernels; that some varieties are
much better in yield and slightly bet- investment Address for Maps, Diagrams and all information about Lands in any part
ter in quality of one color, and some of the State
of the other. Developments W. B. GRANT,

Orchids for Amateurs. -Attractions 3 RE ED BLOCK, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
The growers are busily trying Address,
G r
now to reverse our long held opin- G. D. ACKERLY,4
JIM we] E-73 WFI 1]
ions as to the difficulties of window J r,
CENERAL PASSENCER ACIENT,
... ERA
culture for orchids. They name a S"dard Seed and Plant Catalogue. Contains aU that's New dw
score of species that any one may THE TROPICALTRUNK LINE, Good. Always Reliable.
grow. Among tijcni all, says a co it JACKSO I NVI LLE. I FLORIDA. Ine pacle, either Wonderfal Branch.
-64butor to American Gardening, Lai THE GIVIDEt Ing Aster, New Japan Morning
p I erhaps. none is. sa, I fer for an initial F E N C IN G Glory or Pansy Choice ml= ifcr
and Ybur ChOiC0 Two packets 25c., three packets 80c. Full
attempt with the showy sorts than WE HOPE SELVAGE retail price 45 cts.
Coelogyne crista. Itis said to be of
v er y PA-y, gro-th and is called real- Vick's Hlustrated Monthly Magazine which tells
1Y one of the best winter flowering how to grow Plants, Flowers and Vingetables and is up
-to date' on these subjects, for 3 months, the 'Guide and
orchids, even without reference to of Seeds (named above) for 2, cents;
the. -amateur. It is very beautiful,
with its WW e floWers, lqxge, yelloW L
1=7 Pmon sena#. an Orbr as above wM remve a =PM
tehed -and crest6d. The clusters poulfty, Farm, Garden, Cemetery, goocl kr 5.0, Can& winth"'Of semb.
&Te n3lainy flowered, and if the plant LaWn, Railroad and Ptabbit Vb0n ordering-date where you i;Rw this adr. and we vdII send $6
boa ag Fencing. Choice Flower Seeds; free.
,e the racemes wnI be very nu475otmand& of rLV--,s fl uge. Catalpgue _F, .ce.
merous. A pan of two feet in diam- Preight Paid. PricesZout. JAMES VICKS SONS, ROCHESTER, I Y.
eter and hidden in bloom, such as
some growers show, is a sight for ;1TheMcMUL0 WOVEN M FERCUI)i
-Ex. 114,116,118 and 120' N; Market St., CHICA 001= 14UMIM "TINQUIRRIM
00, H.L

















eAS WORDS Yo gQetOa P I corp be~n had fo 1 ces eah rt1.0 d ative wichti -h ca.teAeia



dress Pulse Pieppe ly 0et atmm dn thl ott f s quliy Arfrrdb Pabo hake, Fla.r~ Irirsn tT e edto '1 h as gon~ e e to thleson alt vnthg-etJpaeekn, to attendg ofe 12thoo fesio ofe the9Leg~ us_ It~ shisl betrenhr s-o n


be! ditnbue at the Fames Co- iot to winfo delidlaud the ail y.
gressU to b u elda Sanor In M h Edtoi Hom r ditojs,~ wrier hn -Nuser Ctalgea tesm uIt byl be:g o detsn iiedum anB'd y lsaers, wic uih theaN.a r E. A. -r propsiert eablish.sH cares with ~ ~ 4W
Bulltin No.36,forOctoer,'96 hi so e generou ofer ofnn ae laynd, W e inln toteopno 1 a~ fe e~ irom ted Fld a AgriultralEx ec fo iea mied oi~ef n an4d poiiu ae yth a1tla

prdcs by A.bo L.k~ V'd-tne I, e-i e poasibitte noeren ore th id"ih
pf 1125'3ah art of th rlorad am rcent-i rect me- Ther isaleayaiii a~
PA BtOR LAeKEL9O~ D_ SOT COe, FLA and hich of g rutrei e xitnc n
Deot cthe s comsinr cl m spe ot a mnh an so he estate ~e"


Editors~ and~k Pulses theer rasi ftbco orange est mon Lr e iderd thu gvsh i -tbue he douens mas *U
yil of1hce, 0 ie acres~ $50 slous ue "I oant el blidei th tas paeso n ndeeycut
memer fForia res Asc ation;r1 afthlt 1e e1 clme to beV~a deightful, and gueat)y 1 e~l fPlrd nyakn
iated ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ eape withtini th ainlAscaio.toarst3;on ce 2.Pe
Ic~ eknow it~ is~ v~ur e y finejst o n th' thsoneetdsn i uniusXIl~i to be~ stjet to ctetin


.~i summer ~io IThe foret s laer anmrmo-yd wit i a.ifr a
ones. eM s a t l usem itoh b evii ie ae
SUBSCRIPTION 50c PERac tA7Ne s' have- a rier ax sigl imene-and to i si oiint edi




It~?l 0 is, sai that~ py t er e 1900 topoalte ae" f wih ysyn, "h eiltr ih



o ai~y. Tke isx~eae. SoreL-s su ed. eoraindauneud.en We ar noe ou of th ol, fwuorhr ares he orange rip-~ en thee comisonr eh vaiu ar in loria. he ages fd wto~ e 'i Oter and~ Ne mber.t afnd a nd F orisse o us Flrd elh cutebu twud b apstv thjus e ae b wo iro s th an da caamt toa retur to~o -uwhe ol ss
i n c r s e ci r c l at o n s m t o b t h t ho s ofr F l o r e 'ida o t t v e n r i fw t he N ots ( M y J u n e J ula y A u u t) n t hnnl kti wod -nesjwt o premiis lage eewagein tehe Pieaptsactm a

<11-The ~ ~ ~ aov esi~ ow (o timate b true b exi. can ~ ~ ~ ~ piy i andsmllbu aws, on lutoraed So con ctimat reeetly Thsis-efica


her gos.Howmay wrd ca yu hrlbcm ser iu riva t i our r~ buleti o thesteBor ofHah
make o u fth od PN tte i rag ulue and is pulished ad Jakonil, n atro ue
I'LES," sing eah lette onlyme of 6woh the urviio of ceaya

solet .or orig wrdsI r rter-e :we alway beun vulue for- t Bmf otlC isecnaniatii.rnaryhl etuyti arious alowed Wors wih diferet spcia atces ws th imi'e uhat nte moalikety repor fb h ot lgr fFoe n eeal
meaing oly neallwed T- pois bt sinc Soeptee Eix has prvos hl ispgsaefl fSes lns ubRss ris

FIS* RE e fr agstnm aie oyecare-Pnepl ofie rtce rltnst eltanlli oateec. a cm sreual














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nortedr blas swep dow upon usig rslft aT~~
ea aen the mercur to 30 degreesd~n~ynh t.Soiof~
ave.hwe thine~l slvr ofe icew in~1 en

a bout the hose We had gotte soe omdb fud


thousa cote wfr sprint toe inseendfr 7 ~ go id tefene n iae e
Gil Aand then, beeor the cul

evee bet~ folei thr waso~ need~hi Thf folig for heDne u nTh iin~i
exra with th tidings of tdefeat.. n- ~ oig



determ ~ ~ ~ ~ 11~ n inedutlaselodwvns:dno e4hl is ou ehanges Mr. Pao spak very en oaing- waeft htndn w in an nir on w~ter hal coe. he eavs hveand huist eye r h er ooe, i ainfo n h l'e f i Wr iha Florida ah saysv he y Sormea f elretbidnsi a, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i~ blnhd"oaanebt'tete-rett to nk" of -the Pinape will mak an gra uceso h pn-M'cynhe.onyset on


'1 fe 61t aigs set~ bac ofe th riin iscud-e foundsin ehlcunyha
v paerfrm heret.Sohe hd o vre fom te ba ef icts the a p.thgri

thisyea. 'In ur e-it isuewe D cuseit aboen garbed nwie ti beo etwoa year ago, aan te flene ~tiin pae had ee te boado
w~ite moe inteligently 13-( ow and n it illctc)i omiun yar pinentlo proie rail moed sevra fetfrmwhr

eal ey. itp ergnal aay half -bded in the l~
Thr wir I. er tw eclite~ on Gale lit gY a (Cl. Mail) ground.

-towns ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 9~o a hp Onwasclsiladpr figspe ed the hoeta h vnn Ps ftek nt is of in- gale, on trifnt fri tre to

tia, t~t-f te sn. he the wa C yvoehd 2tom to ty i s rs to may e our art ed erly unarmd h esnte
terestia an toal tie lgh ofa udthat~p irts, anl s ned fjai:Wila E.yvau- Pabot of te ei w eeuh dibcastey ed
,,Moes wnt ut -er knd~ly linteestW in or pther appe," of tha tiw is#O inQ th iybfr tewn andd ~iju not blpaitment Fadporor. he l ifnhee hain atene -teFsie fa vyo rak amr wodpn

The, lastt sced veeafe all when whe th1e~m ~
*~~~~~~Ee the coto inlly -the fields~o iwahsie l~ fFIa
miture,~I fieauthy, presses, mils nUJs f e vs if_ written,_ would_ thrillthe

9 y tok~iss n aclonto at. yoiny genraio sebiy Fori Why~n blo n awyadtecr a lw
',',ec,, ec.,'o the lorid Deelrmn (S itnf-al~ 6 1chss f., deeach of pioee days. -As nty.s th fl t o h gon. u l h a history Edotoialhree. Chaorado tryns ca- ot n rhrscul ootide Co.e andrt itsae) "psiedmoter."e ~
-- ].P' bor~ Lakeo- oot the meaine wihutvs ae h so adfedpru tate




Flrd eeometC. rm tea vonPsak bpxn foraed wslcd i n~m dsrif grpi e w tkn i mdaeya
-hs ctveopraios oreh l-roeforane<,iMr. taatelyas a ug.cn



last~~~ ~ weight~1 4erwl om sas
'r ippe s~eo wn h trep~ ofthi t-an t eir MacenFa, nas oe Butlo ths fu h aehr'n sitn nfudn h tw f1

wli hae uffred inre r Jss' Iit r nte 1,ie inusry Th ree, eswte is uldn otenueosilutai.on f-hi









A RATCU OFR
Ittiicuture TheMontly Suth loria Hoe ii
----------------- a a e h t s o l e i v r o k
The ieotana-hold andthepric is nly 0 cets
A ealyovlyloer bth fo yar bt inorertoinrouc i i
the arde an thewinow, r te lage umbe ofnew homs atonc


>4'nou% is h ih-/oigw lsedi ncuso iet e
tobacc, Nicoiam afinis. While t2 at en cens a yea r;adafe O



folige smewht reembes tat o oneyea to he cub-xlsp. M d


the~~~ ~ ~ ~ aoac plnt itya~ hasnottha dessOf veydsbscibr bein

coarseness~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 7 wihcaateieit etdiou"MingLsfreo
better known relative. It is of bushy ~chagwihwl rn ahoelt
habit of growth Its white florwers of paemgznset. or eal


are ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ e prdue in loos bunchesw~r ato th ex n cngtu lb




Peculiar, and deihtu Nuaseries Co.,a Fla.

whic fill a room -with itsie~ >Thnpetteu


Wj do a 6enng.. heplntis FR ALeO 14TO LET. lesse than~ co-8A of ontrucion Or 50~ VAt brftnt blomer Lefte to tak care e PRI e




uintiiin t; it.u~ ii 'th hosVtcnb







kept in Ro~e 4teie enir season bya


time to~ee time. Reov theib olde ..e ,D

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,I 1R,
'Q)E AX R TG MAKE MONMY",' I I t is easier to make the chicks FM it-, G1 *40. *(qno
comfortable in cold weather than it -w e
46 ,
-N ,Du _-Want It? Read Below. Don't is to keep them o of ut he dew and Can't afford to be without iti The,(Ireat.
Lose This chance. to fight the 4acreased rumber of lice MontAIyw4ie4 help4 If.xnllt GTOwera, to make
momay.
and mites. It is true it. will take
ONLY 25 CENTS
So itors wanted for "Echoes from N.V.
jic. more feed, as they can get very. litSA171PLE M 8, For a trial year.' Postao6 stamps taken. Adt L e Rocky NLfountains," by Job]! W- tle feed themselves; but this is only 450 Ste. per yew. Mon0ly Orape 8oft. dresaFRU1T;,DvnkIr1.N;'7claaapitt, -the distinguished writer, a small item when compared to, the om and advocate. Te most fas- advantage gained by early hatching.
Mn g book of the time. in, cool weather the hens are more
ie, micord of the -events and reminis- attention to the nest and coiase- FARM ANNU L Foll
e en.ces of the roinantic and golden quentl'y les eggs are required to U R P E E %V
The UEST SUEDS, thitt Growl
of the great west, with an an- I", pnirt d fr jni'riature.'If Is knov n as
age I I produce ;k given amount of chick. Hundreds of illustrations; remarkable Nojeft
thentic history -of itr. discovery, set- than in warin weather. "The Leading American Need Cataliogue,,, 4 6-mzxf ed FREE to a][31.
element, and great developmeuts, to- About the first. thing to be done is 1B W. ATLEE BURPEE & CO., PHILADELPHIA-, PA.
tgether with the personal adventures to get the hens to laying if they are ........
61 the author, while, traversing for not already doing so. Give thein
More money In ten, acres han in, 100 scre in o0in ,ry erp. many years this wild aud Mystic
more feed than in tbE summer as a 4ap" oh stunts also pay larg income. Cost sma I,,compared
y ]at a M e;
land, Superbly and elaboratel with Income, which Is annual and sure. Send for I Focts in a Nut
great deal of faod is required to *a "bellished with 200 engravings, many keely up bodily warmth. Don't be
I full page illustrations and. afraid of getting them too. fat as
THE TEXAS P9QAN &,SEEP,09",
e es by the best artists of thethere are more hens too lean to ay
94Irtry, It -is historical, pathetic, FORT WORTH, TEXAS.
than too fat to lay.
'on thumurous. Not a dull line in its
a g es. Th 6. g I creates, success of the A good way to know the condition
In for a to keep a laying lien in is to take
1i es,:a ibona=a gents. A- gold
everal laying hens in hand. Where
mine fx).r -workers. Sales enormous. s 1ANT
As, a I recital of romantic adventure, the f owls. have a good range they FRUIT TREES
nt, Will hardly get too fat to lay at this
thrilling incide heroic couTage,
chivalrous deeds, and t_ Oc scene-S, lit time of year. Hens can use a great
is I equal to the fiction of Sir Walter deal of corn, wheat, oats, Kaffir HIGHEST RIV IT AND PLEASURE
It is -a vivid portrayal of the corn millet, sorghum seed, green qUR WRIT. TO
matchless achievemernts of the Aaner- bone or meat, table scraps, clear. T14E POMONA KLIRSER Y
k ight- water, -rit and green feed at this !.can pioneiJr-the modern n_ OWEST R,71,CES MACCLENNY, FLORIDA,.,
.Wluileexploring land buildingup the time. 21 ced only twice a day, mornn moAlIng ip W3 will tell you what to plant, and
great. -western empixe. -The -reader's in- and eve ing. Let the HOW to plant it . . nWe baT
FREIC11T in stock a full line of everything eedea
ntion is hold firogn the opening feed be a light one and scatter
THE GARDEN OR ORCHARD.
page to the last chapter. Litera s will have
ry well in litter so the hen P)?j PAZO Pemahea, Plums, Pears. Ps*r8i__oj4j3, Figs.
gem,5 glow.ton- every.page. Sold by to work for it, unless it be cut bone, XulberTles, OraugeB aaa. Roses are our leadm.
subscription -only. An agency for this meat or soft feed. The evening feed THE POMONA NURSEWY.
pricely-voiurme means a permanent, grain and
oulo. consist of whole flQrl.dg.
far ge. income without any investment they should be given all they will
ol,,capital. An agency for this re- eat. Whole grain will be longer in
7markable book -means larger profits being digested than soft feed.t16 a willing worker than does the
The point aimed at in getting the
business'of an ordinary merchant FRUITTREES FOR FLORIDR. *
who has invested years of time and licus laying early is to get early sitters, as hens will lay before they sit. Plum.s tover 89 vaT qietiea, WiCkson, Red June, Rale, White Kelsey, IS new kinds
-thousands of capital. The book reads Peaches, 18nised, ridm b, Suver, over 70 varieties), Pears Ka4d Nuts, i Grapes
ing well now they Onquge Lemons, PomeloH, Kumquats, 4qaes, Over 300 varietl 8 of Fruit's and'
the stat ely, inspired words of If they are lay
y enough, especially
Milrkyn, -the so(ft, impassioned -lines of will sit earl
*d stan those that have some Asiatic blood. Woore, a-nd the glowing, fervi Satsuma on Trifoliata, Hard
y
Byron. It records deeds of
heroism end personal sacrifice -rival- Orange, on Hardy Stock
ing those of the ancient Imights or
of -the valiant deeds of the crusaders. R-I-P-A-N-S A handsome, Wpage Catalogue for 1896-97, wifh over 50 engravings. Gives adapta,
b1lity- q vaxlettas tp spet eontekpartencein orebard
Ions,,jrith. accurate descriptions;
There is nothdng llke it. No book and market with varletlealti'6w and old, with full cultural 111 fQrmation. This
sells to compare with "Echoes from
the Rocky Mountains." It c-ontains The modern s tan(1nearly 700 pages, is printed on-extra
ard Family Medifine paper, and beautifully and sub- Investigation intp t4p ;9%u#emqnts of- Florida orchards.
stantiadly bound. It is going like wild cine : Cures the Experience and experimenting in growing Florida fruits,
fire, and adent,% axe dropping all obh- YE A R S
er books in all s I section of the coun- common every-day Extenpive propagation of treesfor Florida planting6
ry for it, -wherever they can secure ills of humanity.
-telwitory that has not already been
assigned, Largest commissions. Cred- Glen, St. Mary Nufsqry Compapy,

it given. Freight paid. Outfits free z G. L. TABER, Prpident, GLEN; ST. MARY,,
to -energe-bic workers exclusive terri- 0 A. H. MANVILLE, Secret.Iry FLORIDA
tbry given, so the agent is protected 0 MARK
in hislown business against. competition. A $10.00 volume for only $3.75.
There am thousands in it for those Hon. W. J. Bryan's Book
desiring profitable work. It is a re- All b re iutore ted in furthering th. ale
mafrk oble chance to make money. of No., TV.o.r. Bru-'s,- bo,,k should eorre pud M EANS,
Wribe at oDce for free cireulaxs, full Iminedi.t.ly with the A
particulars, and choice of territory. publislers. Thework PERFECTIO
IN ACCOUNT OF HIS
-before too late. CAMPAIGN TOUR.
Address The National 133 aak Con- HIS BIOGRAPHY,
NMTTEF BY HIS 'WIFE WHEN APPIIJEDW
cern, 352-356 Dearborn street, Ohlca- HIS MOST IMPORTANT
go, U. S_ A. STEMS,
THE Rbsurls OF THE
7 CAMPAMN OF IRS.
Prepare for Early Chickens. A REV! r OF M
POTTnO L S117,1JITON.
A Texas correspondent of the *0 AGENTS WANTED Go
Mr. Bu- 1Farm and Ranch, writes: It is now nounced H, illt wi-, ,f jevotinK one-half of all
royalties to f Lirthoriur t1jo cauouf hiiaotalli rn.
time to make preparations for There aro an -oi mouseale.
Address W. 9. CONKEY COMPANY, Publishers Pronounced by Exper6 tko Standg It ew,
hatching early chicks. The early 341w351 Dearborn St...CHICAGn I rd of h
Ask your dealer for WINCKATER make of nor,
hatched chicks are easier raised and Ammunition and %e4kp no, other.
are generally larger when mature FIREE.-Our now Illustratpd- Catalo 0.
Who can think
than those hatched late -February of some simple TINQ ARMS 00. Clt.
Wanted-An Idea WINCHESTER, REPEA
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Write J HN WEDDERB RN & CO ateut Attor.:
katchin early chicks in. %yagashington, D. C_ for their iiwo =a offer
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