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Identifier: americanhomesga101913newy
Title: American homes and gardens
Year: 1905 (1900s)
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Subjects: Architecture, Domestic Landscape gardening
Publisher: New York : Munn and Co
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Biodiversity Heritage Library

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Unequalled for lawn, garden and field fertilizing,for interesting booklet and pricTHE PULVERIZED MANURE CO.. 21 Jnion Stock Yard., Chicago I Roses, Plants, Seeds Bulbs, VineSg Shrubs, etc., by mail, postpaid. Safearrival and satisfac-tion guaranteed. 59years of fair dealing.Hundreds of carloads ofFruit and OrnamentalTrees. 1,200 acres, 60 inhardy roses—none bettergrown. 47 greenhouses of Palms, Ferns, Begonias, Gerani-ums, etc. Immense stock of Superb Cannas, the queen ofbedding plants. Large assortment of hardy Perennial Plants,which last for years. 168-page Catalog FREE. Send for it Today. THE STORRS & HARRISON CO.. Box 7, Painesville, Ohio

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place to be escaped from as soon as pos-sible, and the rest stopped either becausethey loved school less or work more. Thereport bears out the opinion that childrenin America are permitted to do just aboutas they please, even in such serious mattersas their education. Illiteracy is on the de-crease, but the thirst for knowledge is notso keen as it should be. If parents them-selves had greater love for education, theymight be able to inspire their children witha desire to continue school life beyond thegrammar-school period. IMAGINARY VIRTUES OF THEBEZOAR IN accordance with the ancient idea ofascribing to everything of mysterious orobscure origin, . occult, often marvelousproperties, the bezoar, not infrequentlyfound in the stomachs of herbivorous andruminant quadrupeds, goats and antelopesparticularly, has been credited with qualitiesthat imparted to it a great value amongcredulous and semi-civilized peoples, espe-cially in ancient times. Having as a rule, for its nucleus, someindiges

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