whileas others do yet maintain, with much show of reason, that this is not of necessity the case, instanc- ing that plums and other like cereals
do be always dug in the unripe state --"
The country around the lake was well cultivated, for the Mormons are mostly farmers; while ranches and pens for domesticated animals, fields of wheat, corn, and other cereals
, luxuriant prairies, hedges of wild rose, clumps of acacias and milk-wort, would have been seen six months later.
Hopkins' cauliflower, though all business had long since ceased and Tom had developed a quite uncanny skill in the snaring of rats and sparrows and the concealment of certain stores of cereals
and biscuits from plundered grocers' shops.
The noise of different typewriters already at work, disseminating their views upon the protection of native races, or the value of cereals
as foodstuffs, quickened Mary's steps, and she always ran up the last flight of steps which led to her own landing, at whatever hour she came, so as to get her typewriter to take its place in competition with the rest.
All about the village, between it and the jungle, lay beautifully cultivated fields in which the Mezops raised such cereals
, fruits, and vegetables as they required.
We have also dried a large quantity of two varieties of cereal
which grow wild a few miles south of us.