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Pacific Rural Press, Volume 50, Number 14, 5 October 1895
The Old and the New in Capay Valley.
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
From an Independent Standpoint.
The Highway Bureau Road Inspection.
Rainfall and Temperature.
Weather and Crops.
State Fair Premiums.
The Use of Olives in Small Lots.
Lemon Culture and Pruning.
Keeping Cider Sweet.
Cankerworms and Their Treatment.
What to Do For Phylloxera.
Sonoma Valley Notes.
Meeting of Central California Association of Beekeepers.
Langstroth Still Survives.
A House for Fumigating Combs.
Cows Killed by Ergot.
Co-operation Among Shippers of Milk to Our Large Cities.
SHEEP AND WOOL.
California Angora Goat Breeders' Association.
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THE HOME CIRCLE.
The First Bloomers in Jayville.
All for Love.
Gems of Thought.
Selecting a Vocation.
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The Maxim Gun.
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S. F. MARKET REPORT.
Review of the Dried Fruit Market.
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Patrons of Husbandry.
State Grange in Session.
Coast Industrial Notes.
New Railroad Across Tehuantepec.
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List of U. S. Patents for Pacific Coast Inventors.
Approval of Best's Crude Oil Engine.
Patronize Home Industry.
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