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Jepson Field Book volume 10 page 174 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 10 page 174
Ukiah  praised Tan Oak wood for firewood  Even piled up outside it did not rot. And it left less ash than any other wood. Mrs. Carruthers had a collection of native woods hung up in her hallway -- with designs painted on them in oil.  - Whitehorn says people that dress well are often living beyond their means while the person in poor clothes often owns half the town. Yes -- he knew Carl Purdy "He is a [illegible] fine. He's above the average, far above the average. He knows a great deal. Can talk well about a great many things. But he isnt thought much of around here. No. Of course some people know he ::::::::: July 3, 1903.  is a smart man but he isn't known for much. He's just Carl Purdy. Well, he has always lived here since he was a boy. He taught school here. Well, one big boy wouldn't mind. Carl saw he meant to defy him. He told him to do the thing and he said he wouldn't. Carl said if he didn't he'd make him. Boy said he couldn't make him. Carl said he would and if he didn't obey he'd give him the worst sort of a licking. Well, they had a fight and the schoolmaster won and gave him a thorough thrashing. They boy went home and the boy's father threatened to whip Carl. Carl was warned and when
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