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Better Homes & Gardens November 1923 Magazine Article: FRUIT, GARDEN AND HOME

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FRUIT, GARDEN AND HOME

MANY of my friends who take great pride in their lawns and gardens hate to see this season of the year come. It stops their garden fun, so they say. It drives them indoors.

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Better Homes & Gardens November 1923 Magazine Article: Thank Goodness For Thanksgiving!

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Thank Goodness For Thanksgiving!

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Better Homes & Gardens November 1923 Magazine Article: Wall Paper Aids In Creating Cheerfulness

Pages: 6, 7, 29

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Wall Paper Aids In Creating Cheerfulness

Warmth and Interest Is Obtained By Careful Wall Decoration

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Better Homes & Gardens November 1923 Magazine Article: The Cranberry at Home

Pages: 8, 31, 45

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The Cranberry at Home

Points Worth Knowing About Your "Thanksgiving" Sauce

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Better Homes & Gardens November 1923 Magazine Article:

Pages: 9, 10

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"My Neighbor's Dog"

MY eldest daughter is now twenty-one years old and since she was a tiny thing just learning to climb upstairs on her hands and knees we have not had a dog, but I am now in the market for a dog, if I can find the sort of dog I want. One by one, as my children have reached dog-loving age, they have yearned for dogs, but I have been firm. "No dog!" I would say, firmly, and there was no dog.

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Better Homes & Gardens November 1923 Magazine Article: It's Background That Counts!

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It's Background That Counts!

The search for happiness is the oldest urge in our natures. Out of it springs the home-making instinct, for what normal man can fancy himself happy unless he has made a comfortable and attractive home? Our common dream is for a home of our own making, with "a vine over the door and a fig tree at its side."

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Better Homes & Gardens November 1923 Magazine Article: Now That Fall is Here and Winter Follows After

Pages: 11, 35

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Now That Fall is Here and Winter Follows After

SUMMER is gone-- how dismal the very thought seems-- so foreboding and yet the coming of fall days should not mean retiring behind closed doors as it often did in our grandmother's day.

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Better Homes & Gardens November 1923 Magazine Article: Your Garden Indoors

Pages: 12, 13, 49

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Your Garden Indoors

TO the garden lover who has, thru the summer, reveled in a mass of bloom, autumn is filled with a foreboding foreign to any feeling which the exhilarating air, the clear, bright days, glorious with crimson and tawny leaves, with purple asters and goldenrod, usually call forth. For the autumn, tho so delightful, brings to mind the winter, and the season anathema to the garden enthusiast, when flowers and their delights must be set aside for another year.

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Better Homes & Gardens November 1923 Magazine Article: Homes of Famous Americans

Pages: 14, 15, 28

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Homes of Famous Americans

A CROSS the lazy Potomac nestling in the Virginia hills opposite the city of Washington, is Arlington, long famous as the home of Robert E. Lee. The traveler in our national city can see the Doric columns of the mansion house from all parts of the historic plains of Washington. It has nestled in those hills, two hundred feet above the river since 1802, when it was built by George Washington Parke Custis, the adopted son of Washington.

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Better Homes & Gardens November 1923 Magazine Article: Turning a House Into a Home

Pages: 16, 23, 25

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Turning a House Into a Home

How We Re-Created the Spot Circumstances Made Our Home

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Better Homes & Gardens November 1923 Magazine Article: Some Pointers On Calla Lilies

Page: 17

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Some Pointers On Calla Lilies

They Can Be Grown Indoors In Winter and In Your Garden

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Better Homes & Gardens November 1923 Magazine Article:

Pages: 18, 34

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"Cutting Up"

DULL knives make poor cooks. There is no doubt of it. Without sharp upstanding knives your food, no matter how well it is cooked, looks like the tag end of a bad dream. So sharp knives and knives that are meant to be used for certain things are the ones we are going to talk of in this article.

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Better Homes & Gardens November 1923 Magazine Article: Plan For Raspberries In Your Garden

Pages: 19, 37

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Plan For Raspberries In Your Garden

This Article Proves They're a Ticket For Downright Pleasure

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Better Homes & Gardens November 1923 Magazine Article: How to Succeed With Lima Beans

Pages: 20, 47

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How to Succeed With Lima Beans

File This Worthwhile Experience For Use In Next Year's Garden

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Better Homes & Gardens November 1923 Magazine Article: Two Houses Economically Designed

Page: 22

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Two Houses Economically Designed

IT'S quite a problem nowadays to construct a home that is artistic, well-designed, roomy, and embodying every modern convenience, and still have it keep within the reach of the family of moderate means.

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Better Homes & Gardens November 1923 Magazine Article: BETTER THAN I EXPECTED

Page: 25

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BETTER THAN I EXPECTED

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Better Homes & Gardens November 1923 Magazine Article: He Originated a Great Berry

Pages: 26, 27, 39

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He Originated a Great Berry

How Mr. Reasoner Discovered the Senator Dunlap Strawberry

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Better Homes & Gardens November 1923 Magazine Article: How to Transplant Large Trees

Page: 30

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How to Transplant Large Trees

Success Is Assured Where Proper Methods Are Used

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Better Homes & Gardens November 1923 Magazine Article: How Our Flock Paid

Pages: 32, 33

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How Our Flock Paid

HOW gladly we respond to an invitation to tell about our chickens! They are our hobby and often we have almost become a nuisance to our neighbors by telling about these remarkable chickens. On May 30, 1922, we bought fifty purebred White Leghorn baby chicks, paying twelve cents each for them.

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Better Homes & Gardens November 1923 Magazine Article: Garden Whimseys

Page: 34

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Garden Whimseys

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Better Homes & Gardens November 1923 Magazine Article: Motor Campcraft

Page: 35

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Motor Campcraft

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Better Homes & Gardens November 1923 Magazine Article: Where Is That Paper I Wanted?

Pages: 36, 37

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Where Is That Paper I Wanted?

These Baskets Provide a Sanctuary for Dad's Papers

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Better Homes & Gardens November 1923 Magazine Article: A Winter Vegetable Storage

Page: 38

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A Winter Vegetable Storage

THE logical place for the furnace is in the northwest portion of the basement. This seems to give the best radiation of heat thru the winter, because most winter winds are from the northwest.

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Better Homes & Gardens November 1923 Magazine Article: The Isle of Retribution

Page: 38

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The Isle of Retribution

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Better Homes & Gardens November 1923 Magazine Article: Looking Ahead for the Garden

Pages: 40, 41

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Looking Ahead for the Garden

Meaty Garden Suggestions That Plan Your Work Ahead

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Better Homes & Gardens November 1923 Magazine Article: How I Financed My Home

Pages: 42, 43

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How I Financed My Home

EIGHT years ago I was doing stenographic work for one of the leading business men of a certain little city, only about five miles from my parents' country home; but, as the song goes, "You're a million miles from nowhere when you are one little mile from home." And so I determined to put the matter before my parents, and if they would consent to leave the farm (which was only a rented one) and move to the city where I could be at home, I would not only take care of them, but would build for them a home they would be proud of.

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Better Homes & Gardens November 1923 Magazine Article: Attractive Gift Embroideries

Page: 44

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Attractive Gift Embroideries

Transfer pattern No. 123, price 20 cents, includes six attractive designs for towels, three above and three at upper right. Edges fringed below a line of machine hemstitching are smart and easy to do

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Better Homes & Gardens November 1923 Magazine Article: You will enjoy A. W. Roe's article

Page: 45

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You will enjoy A. W. Roe's article "Making a Real Home of the New House" in the December number...

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Better Homes & Gardens November 1923 Magazine Article: SPEAKING OF HISTORY

Page: 47

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SPEAKING OF HISTORY

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Better Homes & Gardens November 1923 Magazine Article: Along the Garden Path

Page: 50

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Along the Garden Path

I GOT to play a game of golf late in the summer-- one of the few I've played since before the war. I enjoyed it at the time, but when I got home there was a very pronounced feeling of "something lacking."

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