THE FARM THAT WON'T
WAS FIRST published serially in THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN, the
privilege having been granted the author of subsequent publication. It is now issued
in book form in response to numerous requests coming especially from the Central,
Eastern, and Southern States.
CYRIL G. HOPKINS.
1001 South Wright Street,
"Population must increase rapidly, more rapidly than in former times,
and ere long the most valuable of all arts will be the art of deriving a comfortable
subsistence from the smallest area of soil."--Lincoln.
"It is not the land itself that constitutes the farmer's wealth, but it
is in the constituents of the soil, which serve for the nutrition of plants, that
this wealth truly consists."--Liebig.