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Pacific Rural Press, Volume 64, Number 23, 6 December 1902
Drying and Packing the Calimyrna Figs at Fresno.
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
The Fruit Growers' Convention.
A Preliminary Glance at the Proceedings.
WEATHER AND CROPS.
Report of the U.S. Weather Service for Week Ending December 1, 1902.
Rainfall and Temperature.
Summer Ranges of Western Nevada Sheep.
Draft Horses and Their Feet.
THE POULTRY YARD.
Leg Weakness, Etc.
Outputs From Farm, Cannery and Drier.
Does Not Favor the Appointment of Liquidators.
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THE HOME CIRCLE.
In Time of Influenza.
A Few Good Recipes.
The Housekeeper Should
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General Market Conditions.
San Francisco Produce Market.
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The Forest Reservations Menaced.
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Tobacco Growing in Sonoma County.
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SHEEP AND WOOL.
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