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Excerpt from The American Bee-Keeper, Vol. 17: January, 1907
N page 235 Mr. Arthur C. Mil ler replies to my criticism of what he offered on page 184 about drone-comb-building. Yes, Mr. Miller did most courteously submit his reply to me, and I readily assented to its being printed, for who would not after reading the reply? I could confidently rest my case here, feeling assured that Time with its increased store of bee-lore would vindicate the position which I still hold, not having the least consciousness that Mr. Mil ler has driven me from it.
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