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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: A CHAT WITH THE PUBLISHER

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A CHAT WITH THE PUBLISHER

AS every reader of Fruit, Garden and Home already knows, all subscriptions commence with this, the September, number. We have reprinted a number of the articles which appeared before in the July and August numbers, both of which were preliminary issues. No reader need feel that we are duplicating editorial matter because no subscriptions start to run until this issue, no matter when you subscribed.

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: Truly, the Peony Is

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Truly, the Peony Is "The King of Flowers"

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: New Ideas on Lawn Building in the Fall

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New Ideas on Lawn Building in the Fall

Springtime Is Not Invariably the Best Seedtime, As These Pointers Suggest

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: Why You'll Like Peonies

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Why You'll Like Peonies

Pointers on Planting and Varieties To Insure Your Success This Fall

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: A Little Garden In the City

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A Little Garden In the City

How an Ideal Was Achieved In a Tiny Backyard

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: Short Cuts In Refurnishing

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Short Cuts In Refurnishing

Renovations That May Be Undertaken During Fall Housecleaning

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: How a Peony Grew Into $60,000

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How a Peony Grew Into $60,000

A Missouri Boy Found a Fortune in a Root, and Grows Forty Acres of Them

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: Getting a Real Backyard for $25

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Getting a Real Backyard for $25

The Results Are Not Always Measured by the Money Spent

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: You Can Save Those Friendly Trees

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You Can Save Those Friendly Trees

Before Cutting Down Those Trees Read This Suggestive Article

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: TO PLANT IN THE FALL

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TO PLANT IN THE FALL

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: Keeping Your Vegetables In Winter

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Keeping Your Vegetables In Winter

Proper Storage Facilities Are Necessary For Every Garden

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: September Reminders

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September Reminders

Mulch your rhubarb with manure for winter protection and a better crop next spring.

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: Did This Ever Happen To You?

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Did This Ever Happen To You?

Did your potatoes have brown spots on them with concentric rings on the leaves? It was early blight and can be controlled by spraying with Bordeaux mixture when the plants are six inches high. Repeat two weeks later and again in another two weeks. If your potatoes did not blight until in hot, sultry weather in August or later, it was late blight and is controlled the same as early blight.

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: How Two Women Won With Bees

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How Two Women Won With Bees

Earning Pin Money at Rate of $100 per Week

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: Culling the Backyard Flock

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Culling the Backyard Flock

IF you have half a dozen hens-- or a dozen-- on the backlot, you have a better chance of spotting the slackers than the poultryman with a large flock. If you are a real poultry enthusiast you will soon learn to know each individual hen or pullet and to realize that each one has a definite personality.

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: The First Wrinkle

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The First Wrinkle

How to Eliminate Its Appearence

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: Your Extract Bottles

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Your Extract Bottles

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: Save the Bees Wings

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Save the Bees Wings

A Missouri Boy Found a Fortune in a Root, and Grows Forty Acres of Them

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: Concrete Bird Bath

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Concrete Bird Bath

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: A bucket spray pump is as necessary for the small gardener as a fork or hoe...

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A bucket spray pump is as necessary for the small gardener as a fork or hoe...

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: Using Lawn Clippings

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Using Lawn Clippings

Lawn clippings are entirely too useful to be burned or thrown away. The gardener and the backyard poultryman can find many uses for them, rendering their conservation well worthwhile.

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: Cross Pollination in Strawberries

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Cross Pollination in Strawberries

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: Don't plant your bulbs in wet soil

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Don't plant your bulbs in wet soil

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: Control San Jose Scale

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Control San Jose Scale

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: Depluming Mites

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Depluming Mites

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: The Everlasting Plantain

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The Everlasting Plantain

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: Limberneck of Poultry

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Limberneck of Poultry

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: Handling Asparagus Beds

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Handling Asparagus Beds

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: Nothing Lost But Pure Water

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Nothing Lost But Pure Water

Dehydrated Products Grow In Popularity

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: Proper Sized Furnace

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Proper Sized Furnace

I have a seven-room, two-story house and estimate the contents to be about 10,000 cubic feet. I would like to know what sized pipeless furnace is needed to heat it and what, should be the inside measurements of chimney flue?

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: Soils for Raspberries

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Soils for Raspberries

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: Two Modest Bungalows

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Two Modest Bungalows

I'M sure you'll be interested in looking over the plans of a typical little three-room California bungalow. The walls are built of hollow tile, covered with stucco; the roof is flat, with no projecting eaves, except in the rear. In the sunny southwest, snow loads do not have to be considered; however, if you use heavier beams and good, well-cemented composition roofing, a bungalow built like this will be thoroly weatherproof, almost anywhere in the United States.

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: What Shall I Do With These Grapes?

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What Shall I Do With These Grapes?

FROM your window you can see the arbor with its beautiful clusters of grapes, ripening fast and in your moments of leisure you know there's another crop to be cared for.

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: The latest addition to the wilt-resistant varieties of tomatoes developed by the United States department of agriculture is called the Norduke...

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The latest addition to the wilt-resistant varieties of tomatoes developed by the United States department of agriculture is called the Norduke...

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: Cold Storage Improves Grape Fruit Flavor

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Cold Storage Improves Grape Fruit Flavor

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: Summer Sewing

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Summer Sewing

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: What Shall I Do?

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What Shall I Do?

A Missouri man writes: "About two months ago a girl refused a personal invitation of mine, giving good reasons, but said that she would go at some future time. Would it be polite for me to extend another invitation now?

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: THE FAMILY'S BULLETIN BOARD

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THE FAMILY'S BULLETIN BOARD

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: Odd Names For Delicious Dishes

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Odd Names For Delicious Dishes

They Fit Well In the Dinner, Party and Luncheon Menus

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: QUICK WINDOW WASHING

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QUICK WINDOW WASHING

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: Happy Lanterns

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Happy Lanterns

TOMMY was hopping merrily about the floor in a brand new pair of shoes. He was oh, so happy.

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: Try This for Your Electric Iron

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Try This for Your Electric Iron

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: IRONING DAY

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IRONING DAY

Many a woman who escapes the drudgery of tubwork by sending her wash to the laundry or by having a woman come for a half day, is obliged to do all or part of her ironing. If the family is large or even of medium size, the ironing is no small part of her routine work.

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Better Homes & Gardens September 1922 Magazine Article: Along the Garden Path With the Editor

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Along the Garden Path With the Editor

A MONUMENT was dedicated to the original Delicious apple tree near Winterset, Iowa, on August 15. I had the pleasure to visit the old tree on that day and witness the ceremonies attending the dedication of the monument. The tree still stands on the farm formerly owned by Jesse Hiatt, near Peru, a village a few miles south of Winterset. It is being carefully preserved and has a crop of fruit this year.

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