Choice fruit, sayg the American Garden, is the product not only of scienee, but of practical skill and untiring attention. "Kternal vigilance" alono oao reap the desired reward in this industry. In many places this does not "pay," except in the pleasure afforded to the interes ted grower. Manysuch admit that their choice fruit costs thom very dear, unloss large allowanco is made for satlslaotlons that bring no pecuniary return. I would not deny the weary business man these satislactions, whore his tastes run that way; but there ia hardly one In twenty who cares for the (farden if he can get the fruit. To tho otbers we must look for the pat 'onage nhich wlll make fanov fruit-rowlng av. xne Southern Mlohiiritu Fish and Game Protective Association wasformed iu Grand Rapids recently. The Prest, dent is J. V. Fletcher, of lïattie Creek, and the Secrotary H. Dale Adams, of Galesburor. The title of the society Ia dicates ifs purpose.