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Pacific Rural Press, Volume 73, Number 5, 3 August 1907
Queries and Replies.
How Freezing Injures Fruit Trees.
Good and Poor Nursery Stock.
Moving a Large Palm.
Grape Growing in California.
Celery in California and Florida.
The Overheated Horse.
The Poultry Yard.
Success in Poultry Raising.
Growing Large Squabs.
The Home Circle.
The Spirit of Revolt.
How Terry Used His Chances.
California and Japan.
Musings of the Gentle Cynic.
All Made in America.
Poisoned Ice Cream.
Bill Nye Wanted to Sell His Cow.
Facts About the State Fair.
A Chicken Story.
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The Course of Butter Prices.
What Is the Matter With California Pomelos?
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Honey Packing and the Pure-Food Law.
State Lands in National Forests.
Notes on Smoke Suits.
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The Growers and the Sulphur Question.
Sulphuring Dried Fruits.
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San Francisco, July 31, 1907.
New Nitrate Beds in Chile.
Patrons of Husbandry.
California State Grange.
BOOKS FOR THE FARM
For Sale by PACIFIC RURAL PRESS
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