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Pacific Rural Press, Volume 66, Number 2, 11 July 1903
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
QUERIES AND REPLIES.
Depth of Sort and Longevity of Prune Trees.
The Disappointing Olive.
Fertilizer for Weary Fruit Trees.
Codlin Moth Larvae in Cherries.
Apricot Trees Checked at the Beginning.
Livelihood from Small Farms.
Saltpeter on a Stump.
WEATHER AND CROPS.
Report of the U. S. Weather Service for Week Ending July 6, 1903.
Rainfall and Temperature.
Unfermented Grape Juice and its Uses.
Special Consular Reports on Foreign Fruit Crops.
The Private Car Line Problem.
Value of California Oaks for Browsing Purposes.
THE POULTRY YARD.
Page 23 Advertisements
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THE HOME CIRCLE.
The Barefoot Boy.
The Drummer on the Farm.
Mark Twain in a Fog.
To Get a Good Portait.
The Face and the Collar.
Hints to Housekeepers.
The Richest Men:
Page 25 Advertisements
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San Francisco Produce Report.
The Fruit Market.
Page 27 Advertisements
Page 27 Advertisements Column 1
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Answers to Inquiries.
Page 28 Advertisements
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Page 29 Advertisements
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Why Not Bitter Orange Marmalade?
California Dried Fruits in Germany.
Page 30 Advertisements
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How to Get Good Roads.
Fruit and Alfalfa.
Page 31 Advertisements
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