Poultry fancier . ite Orpingtons—1st,Lawrence Jackson Farm; 2d; LambertBros. Single Comb Brown Leghorns—1st,Crawford A. Brown; 2d, L. B. Resseque. Single Comb White Leghorns—1st,Dune Alpine Poultry Farm; 2d and 3d,Skylands Farm. Rose Comb White Leghorns—1st and2d, O. E. White. Buff Leghorns—1st and 2d, John I.Taylor. Single Comb Black Minorcas—1st, A.W. T. Healey. A Good Garden Makes aGood Table. Certainly no class of people shouldenjoy a more bountifully supplied tablethan the farmer. If his garden is good,he sets a good table. Otherwise, hisstomach pays the bill, and we fear toomany stomachs

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Poultry fancier . ite Orpingtons—1st,Lawrence Jackson Farm; 2d; LambertBros. Single Comb Brown Leghorns—1st,Crawford A. Brown; 2d, L. B. Resseque. Single Comb White Leghorns—1st,Dune Alpine Poultry Farm; 2d and 3d,Skylands Farm. Rose Comb White Leghorns—1st and2d, O. E. White. Buff Leghorns—1st and 2d, John I.Taylor. Single Comb Black Minorcas—1st, A.W. T. Healey. A Good Garden Makes aGood Table. Certainly no class of people shouldenjoy a more bountifully supplied tablethan the farmer. If his garden is good,he sets a good table. Otherwise, hisstomach pays the bill, and we fear toomany stomachs
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Poultry fancier . ite Orpingtons—1st,Lawrence Jackson Farm; 2d; LambertBros. Single Comb Brown Leghorns—1st,Crawford A. Brown; 2d, L. B. Resseque. Single Comb White Leghorns—1st,Dune Alpine Poultry Farm; 2d and 3d,Skylands Farm. Rose Comb White Leghorns—1st and2d, O. E. White. Buff Leghorns—1st and 2d, John I.Taylor. Single Comb Black Minorcas—1st, A.W. T. Healey. A Good Garden Makes aGood Table. Certainly no class of people shouldenjoy a more bountifully supplied tablethan the farmer. If his garden is good,he sets a good table. Otherwise, hisstomach pays the bill, and we fear toomany stomachs are settling unjust ac-counts! The possibilities of the garden are un-limited—except by ourselves; that is,by how we direct our energy. Too fre-quently our gardens receive no particu-lar attention. Work in many instancesis never definitely planned. It is putoff from day to day, waiting, as an oddjob, to be cared for when there is noth-ing else to do; and those times are seldom found on farms to-day.. We hope our readers will come torealize more fully the value of the homegarden, as a source of profit, saving, anda means of better living. Perhaps if every farmer made a morecareful study of garden implements andhad modern, easy working tools, hewould take more interest in his garden. This question of tools—the planter therake, the hoe, the cultivatort the spray-er, etc., needs more thorough study. Toomany gardeners, farm gardeners, do notrealize what the proper tools can do forthem toward making the garden moreprofitable, more pleasant and producebetter quality. Make your gardeningeasier and you will like it better. Andyou can only make it easier by usingthe best tools. Maybe you dont knowwhat there really is for you in the wayof garden tools. You should investigatemodren gardening implements. Theircost need not prevent your owning them,for most of them will pay for them-selves each year. W cannot urge our readers too strong-ly, no matter what kind of garden they