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Title: Florists' review [microform]

Identifier: 5205536_40_2

Year: 1912 (1910s)

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Subjects: Floriculture

Publisher: Chicago : Florists' Pub. Co

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August 2, 1917. The Florists^ Review 21 OBITUARY day, July 27, from the residence, 7923 Normal avenue, with interment in Mount Greenwood cemetery. CLEVELAND. Joshua Ladley. Joshua Ladley, who was well known in the Philadelphia market, died last week at his home at Kennett Square, I'a., where for many years he specialized in carnations. He was for many years a regular shipper to William J. Baker, the wholesaler of Philadelphia, and be- lieved that, like a good family doctor, a good commission merchant should not be changed when once chosen. A son of the decedent is foreman for William Swayne, of Kennett Square. A. A. Pantet. One of the old-time florists of Arkan- sas, A. A. Pantet, who for many years conducted a business at Port Smith, died last week at his home, at the age of 52. The decedent was born in France, December 30, 1865, and at the age of 15 came to America. Upon his arrival at Fort Smith ten years later he started a florists' business, which he conducted successfully until failing health in 1912 caused him to retire and turn the busi- ness over to another concern. Mrs. Pantet, two daughters, two brothers and a sister survive. William E. Cratz. William E. Cratz, a pioneer seed deal- er of Toledo, O., died at his home in that city July 21. He was 63 years old. Mr. Cratz first engaged in business in To- ledo thirty-three years ago. Later he formed a partnership with his brother, Henry, doing business under the name of Cratz Bros. Henry Cratz died twelve years ago. Mr. Cratz leaves his wife, one son, Ben.iamin A., and a daughter, Miss Hazel Cratz. Jolin C. Mulder. The Chicago trade was startled last week by news of the sudden death of John C. Mulder, one of the first florists of the city, who had conducted green- liouses on Normal avenue since the days when Auburn Park was a swamp, and whose father's establishment dated as far back as the year 1867. Mr. Mulder was stricken with heart failure while out driving with Mrs. Mulder July 24, and died at the wheel—an unuSual, but one may say easy end. The decedent was born November 21, 1859, at Groningen, Holland, where his father. Card Mulder, conducted a nur- sery and florists' business. He came to America with his parents in 1866, and later learned the business under his father, who had established a green- house business at what tlien was 868 West Lake street, Chicago, in 1867, the establishment passing to other hands after nineteen vears of success. At the age of 27, in 1886, John C. started the business which later became known as the Auburn Park Greenhouses, at 7923 Normal avenue, and in which he was engaged at the time of his death. In the course of thirty-one years Mr. Mulder built up a good trade. He was well liked in the community and was known as a man of sterling character. He is survived by his wife, two married daughters and a son, Miner, who was associated with his father in the busi- ness and who will continue it. The funeral services were held Fri- The Market. Business this week has been rather dull, due chiefly to the abnormally hot weather. Asters are more plentiful, taking the place of carnations, which disappeared from this market last week. Sweet peas are abundant, but are rap- idly deteriorating in quality. Eoses, par- ticularly the longer grades, are scarce, while the medium and short stock is in moderate supply. Some choice gladioli of the varieties America, Niagara, Pink Beauty and King are coming in, but not in suflScient abundance to meet the demand for this ever popular flower. Easter and rubrum lilies are plentiful, moving slowly. Some retailers report a July business in excess of that for the same period of last year, while many claim to be barely approximating their previous records, but the consensus is that trade has been materially better. H. "PubUcity" Knoble. The lavish use of printers' ink by Knoble Bros, is much commented on by observing competitors. This enterpris-

 

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John C. Mulder. ing firm believes that in constantly keep- ing at it by this method lies the sure and logical road to ultimate success. And results prove it for them! Their slogan, '' A store as near to you as the nearest phone," is being speedily con- verted into liousehold words by con- stant use of the a<lvertising columns of the daily papers. This course, combined with the analysis of prevailing condi- tions and application of accepted busi- ness princi])les, is turning the trick. And it is worthy of emulation. Various Notes. A regular meeting of the Florists' riuV) will be held Monday, August 6, at 8 p. m. sharp. Annual nomination of oilicers and final arrangements for the j)iciiic will be the chief matters of busi- ness for transaction at this meeting. Carl Wilson, son of Ella Grant Wil- son, has enlisted in the engineer corps and is wearing the khaki in camp at Gordon park. Hester A. Getz, of Westinan ^ Getz, has returned from a three wccL.s" so- journ in Canada, part of the time being spent at the Algonquin National park. Discussing business conditions with leading florists of Montreal and To- ronto, Miss Getz found the general tone weak, due, doubtless, to the country hav- ing been in the throes of war for three years. H. P. Merrick, of the Lord & Burn- ham Co., has completed an exceptionally active month. Building two conserva- tories in Cleveland, one pipe frame greenhouse in Youngstown and a couple of similar structures in Cuyahoga Falls, in this period, bears ample evidence that this progressive concern is playing a large part in the structural work in this vicinity. It also evinces a condi- tion anything but apathetic in the trade. The Gladiolus Society of Ohio will hold its annual show at the store of Halle Bros., upon the tentative dates of August 14 to 16. This exhibition usually has been staged at the Hollenden hotel, but has never attained the high degree of success to which its merit entitles it. Congratulations are due the society for its extremely good fortune in securing this highly favorable set- ting on Euclid avenue for its display. The prize list is in the course of prepa- ration and can be obtained from the secretary, Wilbur A. Christy, Warren, O. There is to be no entry fee and ;io charge for admission. According to present indications, Cleveland will be well represented at the New York convention. Among the number who have announced their in- tention of going are F. C. W. Brown, of the Gasser Co., and H. P. Knoble, the latter, with his family, combining the trip with a vacation in the mountains. Speaking of vacations, listen: Al. Barber, of the Jones-Russell Co.; Walter Priest, of the Plant & Flower Co.; Frank Ritzenthaler, of Knoble Bros.; George Bate, of the Cleveland Cut Flower Co.; Frank Kocher and James McLaughlin, of the Gasser Co.; Walter Rokusek, of the Cleveland Florists' Ex- change, and Frank Schoen, of the Schoen Floral Co., have just returned, rested and rejuvenated, from their vaca- tions. Frank Williams, of the Cleveland Cut Flower Co.; Carl Lee, of the Gasser Co.; Miss Stroh, of Westman & Getz; George Schaub and Jack McGilly, of Smith & Fetters, and Miss Cliff, of Christine the Florist, are away, and a host of others making preparations to go. Speaketli not this, more convinc- ingly timn words, of an era of prosperity among Cleveland florists? J. AIcL. FLOWERS FOR IDENTIFICATION. I am sending you two wild flowers for identification. Tliey undoulitedly will be badly withered when they reach you, as these prairie flowers wilt quickly even in water. One flower suggests to me the petunia. The root of the spike-formed flower is woody, or nearly so. The in- dividual blossoms arc extremely small and of a most intense blue. The stamen stalks are brown and the anthers are dark golden yellow. The plant is beau- tiful when in bloom. If only the blue part of the flower were larger, the effect would be magnificent. B. C. A.—Mo. One plant only was in such a condi- tion as to be recognizable. It is Amor- pha fruticosa, commonly called the false indigo. This is used a good deal in shrubberies and succeeds well under ad- verse conditions. C. W.

  

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Title: Florists' review [microform]

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• Iioaisvllle, O.—Milton Taylor is erect- ing a greenhouse, 35x100, and is start- ing business as a florist and market gardener. Lyons, la.—George E. Dallam has in- stalled a new hot water heating sys- tem at his greenhouses and has made many other important improvements. Adams, Mass.—A. J. Boothman is re- building part of his greenhouses. His son, Thomas, has been assisting him in Buperinteu'ding the work o^ construc- tion. ! Binghamton, N. Y.—Harry Hopkins i has awarded the contract for the erec- i tion of a large addition to his green- I houses, near the corner of Main street and Floral avenue. Springfield, Mass.—The United Ee- frigerator Ss Ice Co., 20 East Court street, has installed United refriger- ators for T. F. Sheehan, Matthews & Hassell and C. C. Calverly, State street florists. These refrigerators are so constructed as to conform to the archi- tectural treatment of the interior of the stores and are eliciting much fa- vorable comment. Chattanooga, Tenn.—The firm of Lewis & Denney recently started busi- ness here, with headquarters on the Binggold road, near Fort Oglethorpe. Both members of the firm are expert fiorists. Besides conducting both a flower and a nursery department, they may establish an extensive truck farm, to be operated on a thoroughly scientific basis. Mr. Lewis was for a number of years connected with the United States Department of Agriculture. Lebanon, Pa.—Travelers who pass C. C. Yost's new four-acre property, at South Tenth street, cannot fail to no- tice his sign, which is made of plants of brilliant red hue, growing in a con- spicuous place on the hillside and form- ing the words, " Yost—Florist." Mr. Yost will remove his greenhouses, one at a time, from South Sixth street to this new location. The Lebanon and Campbelltown street railway will pass within a few feet of the range. La Crosse, Wis.—Mr. and Mrs. Guil- laume, who founded their flower busi- ness in this city about thirty years ago, own a hundred-acre farm up the Mississippi river at Dakota, Minn. The farm is under the personal supervision of Mr. Guillaume, while Mrs. Guillaume has charge of the store at the corner of Fifth and Main streets, which she has held under lease for the last ten years. On the farm some acres of hardy out- door flowers are grown, and the Guil- laume aster field is recognized as one of the notable attractions visible from the river. The bulk of the stock for the Omillanme store, however, is now shipped in from Chicago. Grand Bapids, Wis.—Paul Baese, for- merly of Merrill, Wis., is building greenhouses here. Champaign, HI.—Gus Johnson has been in business here for five years. He has 18,000 feet of glass and employs six men in summer and ten in winter. Funxsutawney, Pa.—The Indiana Flo- ral Co. has been incorporated here, with a capital of $15,000, by S. Taylor Shaf- fer, Virginia M. Shaffer, Earl H. Sny- der and Lydia Snyder. Kankakee, HI.—Charles Schafer is erecting a fern house, with a basement which will be used for cold storage. The new building extends from the main range of greenhouses to the street. . Fort Smith, Ark.—C. J. Brockman is preparing to remove his sales depart- ment, conducted under the name of the Brockman Flower Shop, from Sixth and A streets to 11 North Eighth street. A greenhouse, 15 x 100, will be erected at the new location and the store itself will be fitted up with the best modern equipments. Collinsvllle, Dl.—H. Johann, of H. Johann & Son, began life as a farmer at the Johann family homestead and has personally owned the farm since 1888. He erected his first greenhouse in 1892, and the production and mar- keting of flowers have engaged his at- tention ever since. In 1892 he opened his store in CoUinsville and bought the property on Main street where his resi- dence is now located. In 1905 he took his son in as a partner. Bed Level, Ala.—A. A. Gibbons is making arrangements to ship more smilax and other greens this season than ever before. He reports that smilax was never in better condition than now, as the weather recently has been highly favorable to it, with plenty of rain. There is also a prospect, he says, for a fine' quality of holly, with plenty of berries. In fact, the out- look with reference to greens in general is encouraging in this locality and southern shippers are looking forward to a good business. Jacksonville, Fla.—Mills the Florist, Inc., has renewed for a long term of years the lease on the property now occupied by the company, and will soon begin extensive alterations in the build- ing. The front of the store will be entirely remodeled and the interior im- provements will include a new ma- hogany refrigerator, one of the finest in the south. The size of the salesroom will be increased by removing the work- shop to the rear of the First Savings Bank, next door. A warehouse at the rear, at present occupied by another firm, has also been secured by Mills the Florist and will be used as a storehouse. Bridgeport, Conn.—E. Soules recently obtained a permit to build a green- house on Myrtle avenue. Bozeman, Mont.—Announcement is made of the marriage of Frank X. Scully and Miss Ella Beimers, August 31. They will be at home after October 1 at Missoula, Mont. White Marsh, Md.—The sixth annual fiower show in connection with the har- vest home festival of Ebenezer church will be held at the dahlia and canna farm of E, Vincent, Jr., & Sons Co., at Cowenton, on the B. & O. E. E., Sep- tember 24 to 27. Madison, N. J.—The seventeenth an- nual show of the Morris County Gar- deners ' and Florifits' Society is to be held here October 31 and November 1. The premium list has been issued and copies may be had by addressing Ed- ward Eeagan, secretary. Middletown, Pa.—Edward W. Creep has been having excellent success with the everbearing strawberry. He has had exhibits at the local fair and in the store of the Holmes Seed Co., Har- risburg. Also, samples sent to news- papers have caused much favorable comment. Cheyenne, Wyo.—^It snowed here all night September 13, the ground being covered twelve inches deep the next morning. Business is picking up nicely. The C. H. Garwood Floral Co. is remod- eling its downtown store and will com- pletely restock it. The roses at the Overland Gardens, where L. B. West- holder is manager, were cut back rather late, but the carnations and mums hard- ly could be better. Madison, N. J.—The Aphine Mfg. Co., which is now manufacturing a general line of agricultural chemicals, has added Vermine to its list. It is a preparation for use on soils that are infested with eel worms, ants, grubs or other living organisms. The company states that it is not a new discovery; it simply has secured possession of a formula which has been successfully used for a num- ber of years in one of the European countries. Champaign, HI.—Thomas Franks & Son have made good progress in the construction of their three new green- houses at 204 East University avenue. The materials were furnished by the Foley Mfg. Co. With these new build- ings, the entire range will be strictly up-to-date, with the exception of three old Upu^es at the rear of the office, and they will probably be rebuilt next year. George B. Franks has lately been ' an exceedingly busy man, superintend- ing the work oA the new houses and also serving^ on the two busiest eom^ mittees in tie city cotincil. ■ •ia 111 ifrv •'""•"-'^ifi'-Miniii 1 ..V^Ai-rJ... ^ .-^ ,«..& .-.-.•':k-i..^tt.. 1 -w-j->j ^.' J ,--. t.'i-..?;,'-

  

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This grave is located just as you turn onto Bain's Gap road from Choccolocco road.Bain's Gap road takes you through some beautiful mountainous scenery and ends at Fort McClellan in Anniston Alabama.Fort McClellan was closed in the late 90's during one of the rounds of base closings.The Army deeded the entire area to the City of Anniston.

 

Anniston immediately closed this road because for decades the Army had used this beautiful mountainous area for artillery practice and this had left a large amount of unexploded shells in the area which had to be removed before the road could be reopened.The cleanup was finally completed in the first half of 2006 and was made available for public use.There were several articles in the paper concerning the beautiful scenery and mountains this road passes through so of course I had to go see it for myself.

 

I noticed this grave right off so on the way back I stopped to check it out because it is so unusual.The fact that it is by itself and the road being more or less around it piqued my interest so I decided to see what I could find out about it.I did several online searches and made a few phone calls but details concerning this grave continued to elude me.

 

A few weeks ago I went to the online version of The Anniston Star I thought maybe there would be an obituary or something so I did a search there and hit pay dirt.George Smith a senior editor had written an article about this very grave in October of 2002 but the online version did not contain the whole article,it really was just a few brief lines.I sent Mr Smith an E-Mail concerning the article and he was gracious enough to mail me the whole article he interviewed a lady who was the child's niece while she was placing a floral arrangement on the grave which is where the following information comes from.

 

It has been a family tradition for someone to clean up and leave a floral arrangement every Mothers Day that has been passed down through four generations and the niece's daughter has already agreed to continue it when her mother becomes unable to do so..The niece had never even seen a picture of Woodrow and her knowledge concerning him had been passed down to her from her Grandmother Woodrow's mother.The cause of his passing was never told to her,this lady has been doing this since 1973.

 

"Over the years some have wondered why the one lonely grave beside the road."

Her mother always told her it was there because a church was going to be built there but after his death it was decided that the church would be built about a quarter of a mile down the road.The grave is located on land that was once the maternal grandfather's farm.

"A great-uncle lived across the road and a great grand mother's farm was a mere stone's throw from the church."

 

Mr Smith tried on several occasions through the years to find information concerning the little grave but strangely none knew the history behind it.Surprisingly he uncoverd the story of the small grave in the offices of the Anniston Star it seems that this lady worked the front desk there.

 

I have thought a lot about the why and wherefores of this little grave.This is pure speculation on my part but when the land was sold to the Army or the state or whoever I think there was probably some kind of stipulation that the grave could never be moved or relocated or disturbed in any way.That's the only reason I can think of that the roads would be built around it like they are.

 

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Title: Florists' review [microform]

Identifier: 5205536_38_2

Year: 1912 (1910s)

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Subjects: Floriculture

Publisher: Chicago : Florists' Pub. Co

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tt;- 20 The Florists' Review Septembbb 28, ).916. nolia wreaths and any other greens that are heavy or that must not get too dry. The second floor is devoted to general stock. Here is everything else except baskets. The way this floor has been filled already is surprising. The third floor is tlie basket stock room. Some idea of the growth of the basket industry may be formed by re- flecting that one whole floor of consid- erably over 5,000 square feet is devoted to baskets alone. Then remember that these baskets are stacked high, very high, and you have it. The fourth floor is the basket factory and paint shop. It is equipped with a large cedar tub for soaking the wreaths and willow baskets and with a com- pressor for spraying the paint over these baskets. This compressor is also equipped with a fan and tube for car- rying the paint fumes from the room to the open air. The fifth floor is the scene of wreath making. Here the fancy wreaths are made up ready for distribution. An in- genious labor-saving device is a wreath- rack on wheels.- This rack holds a large number of wreaths; when full it is wheeled to the elevator, lowered to the floor below, given a light spraying of preservative, sent to the drying room if need be, and returned to the floor above until require"d. Precautions Against Fire. The fire precautions are complete. They consist of a fire tower, with spray- ers and balconies at each floor, and of a complete system of sprinklers. These sprinklers are placed at regular inter- vals in water pipes set in the ceiling. Under fire heat of 160 degrees the lead in any sprinkler melts, letting off the water over a radius of 100 feet. The stairway and elevator doors are metal, fireproof. The many details for storing, han- dling and quickly dispatching the stock that have been carefully worked out are the result of years of experience in the field of florists' supplies. The build- ing is claimed to be the finest and most perfectly appointed florists' supply home in the country. Phil. THE BELGIAN PLANT SHIPMENTS. The following is from a, letter sent, September 19, by McHutchison & Co., New York, to their customers: "With regard to fall shipments of azaleas, etc., from Belgium, we are up against a serious problem; the German authorities will not allow the shipments to leave Belgium unless payment ia made to the Belgian growers in ad- vance. This, of course, is impractic- able; money cannot be sent into Bel- gium, and the British will not pass the shipments through the blockade if pay- ment is made to the Belgians, who, of course, are under the control of the German military authorities. " 0-p to June, 1915, the German au- thorities uade no objection to the ship- ping of these goods. The British Order in Council went into effect about that time and British pern-its were given on the understanding that payment be de- posited in a bank in Great Britain to the credit of the shipper, not to be withdrawn without British consent. The German authorities evidently agreed to these conditions, as after much negotiation with the Belgian growers they likewise gave permits to ship and shipments have come forward since on that basis. * * As the strong censorship in Bel- gium prevents information coming from there, we did not get the exact text of the former agreement made, but from information which- reached us in devious ways we understood the Brit- ish would release, through Belgian banks, part of the funds accumulated in the Banque Beige pour I'Etranger, London. Evidently not enough of the funds were released to satisfy the Ger- mans and that is likely the reason why they now stop shipments. "We surmounted all previous ob- stacles, got shipments through from Belgium each fall and spring since the war began, but the German authorities probably acted with deliberation in this case and did not allow sufficient time for pressure to be brought to bear upon them to change or even modify their orders. Still, the situation was almost as bad last fall and yet ship- ments came, late we admit, but we shipped all our orders, so we are not without hope that this fall's shipments will yet come. "The United States State Depart- ment acted energetically and placed the matter by cable directly before the German authorities in Belgium. The German and British embassies are both lending assistance. Our Holland con- nections are in touch with Berlin and London, the strong syndicate of Belgian growers is negotiating direct with the German military authorities in Belgium, so you will see that every agency is working to the end that these ship- ments' will come this season. "We even offered to advance pay- ments through Holland for the ship- ments, then pay a second time through London, but the British authorities re- fused to allow the shipments to pass the blockade if payment had been made in advance for them." TENNESSEEANS PLAN SHOW. The officers of the Tennessee State Florists' Association met at the Geny Bros, store, at Nashville, September 21, to consider plans for thfe next annual meeting and flower show, which are to be held in January. After considerable discussion" it was decided to hold the meeting at the same time as the annual meetings of the nurserymen and the fruit growers. The officers of the other two bodies, some of whom were in the city, were called into a joint session. It was decided to hold a fruit and flower show in connection with the meetings. The committees visited the City Chamber of Commerce and were promised cooperation in securing proper quarters for the show and the business sessions. Several buildings were then visited, to make sure that proper floor space could be secured. The committees took steps to make the show an assured thing and the work pertaining to the show was left with the president, Karl P. Baum, of Knoxville, and the secre- tary of the other associations, G. M. Bentley. There will be a good trade exhibit; a number of the large florists' supply houses have already signified their in- tentions of making displays. Immedi- ate steps will be taken to make the •show worth while and to secu're the at- tendance of every retail florist in the

 

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Dallas, Tex.—Albert G. Sprinkle has returned to his position with the Green Floral Co., after two months of illness in a sanitarium. Hatcher Station, Qa.—R. A. Lee & Co. have become the sole owners of the Chattahoochee Floral Co., dealers in decorative greens. Fort Worth, Tex.—Among the re- cruits from the amateurs the trade has Mrs. G. W. Smith, 1712 Sixth avenue, who has a small greenhouse and a gar- den where she grows plants and cut flowers, sweet peas especially, which 'for two years she has been selling at wholesale to Fort Worth florists. College Station, Tex.—The depart- ment of horticulture of the Agricul- tural and Mechanical College of Texas has just closed a contract with the Lord & Burnham Co. for the construction of one of its all-steel greenhouses, 25x 133 feet, as the beginning of a range for experiment for the benefit of the florists of Texas. The house will be modern in every respect and a labora- tory for floriculture will be constructed with the service building, all to be fire- proof throughout. Bristol, Tenn.—The Bristol Floral Co. has increased its capital stock from $10,000 to $25,000. New Orleans, La.—Florists of New Orleans recently took a day off for their outing across Lake Pontchartrain to Mandeville. This was the thirty-second time the New Orleans Horticultural Society held its annual outing, and the third time the women folk of the florists attended. Arrangements for the picnic were in charge of a committee com- posed of the following: Henry Kraak, Claude Ory, Henry Scheuermann, A. Verlinde, Paul Abele, C. R. Panter, Joseph Steckler. Dallas, Tex.—A large flower show will be held at Dallas in the early part of November by the Texas State Flo- rists' Association and the Dallas Wom- en's Forum. Plans for the joint ex- hibit are being cosipleted by commit- tees from two organizations. Cash premiums will aggregate $500 and there will be numerous merchandise prizes. One day will be designated as chrysan- themum day. There also will be a rose day, a violet day, a design and bouquet day, a fern day, etc., and an auction will be held each night of the day's entries.

  

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46 The Weekly Florists^ Review* A«QU8I 4, 1910. PiCIFIC COAST. ■4 Los AngeleSf Cal.—The park commis- sion has presented to the budget eom- mittee a request for an appropriation of $337,065 for carrying on the work of the city park department during the ensuing year. It is the intention to use $167,065 of this sum for improvements, including the erection of a $30,000 con- servatory in Eastlake park. FOBTLAND, OBE. The Market. Business for the last fortnight has been unusually dull, but this is the natural sequence of conditions that are expected at this particular season. The weather has been quite hot and dry and therefore the forces are busy keep- ing field stock going. Filling of the carnation benches is rapidly going on, causing a scarcity of cut flowers, Auratums and rubrums are in normal supply. Asters are showing better quality. Sweet peas are a drug on the market, Roses are of fair quality. Palms and ferns are moving slowly; yet the quality is up to the standard. Various Notes. The annual convention of the A. O, H. was held here last week and the mem- bers were lavishly entertained by the Commercial Club. The color scheme of the decorations was white and green, with a central arrangement of an Irish harp, done in appropriate colors. N. B. Healy, of the Eoutledge Seed & Floral Co., is enjoying a vacation of several weeks. Mr. and Mrs, A, J. Clarke are spend- ing some time in California, combining business with pleasure. Felix Verhoeven has returned from an extended trip abroad and will here- after devote his entire time to the real estate business at Forest Grove. E. R, Chappell is spending two weeks' vacation in Canada, in search of a much needed rest. Tom Lake, of Max M. Smith's, spends all his leisure time yachting. Recently he was capsized on the Colum- bia river, with a party of friends, and except for lft# quick«>and energetic ef- forts the party would have been drowned. John Willius, of Danville, 111., stopped here a few days to call on the local florists. E. E. C. SAN FRANCISCO. The Market, The weather has turned still cooler and wearing an overcoat is almost com- pulsory, both in the morning and even- ing. This is not exactly what we ex- pect at this time, but it is a welcome relief to the public and it is favorable both to the grower and to the retailer in the handling of stock. There has been quite a perceptible improvement in the quality of flowers for some time, and the cooler weather admits of better color and stiffer stems. Business in a general way shows some improvement, and the opening of the schools and the returning of the town folks from various outings is a great help to the florist. The prices of stock, CALLAS Free from .disease, care- fully selected 9ai|^ srown bulbs. *^ We have thcf best lot of Callas grown in California this year. -WRITS won FBICBS MacRorie-McLartn Company 781 Crocker Bide.. BAN FRANCISCO, CAL., and SAN MATEO, CAL. Bole Aarents for the Faolflc Coaat for AFHXKK. J Mention The Ravlew when you wni. California's Reliable Bulb Company Leedham's home-grown bulbs are better and cheaper than imported stock. When you order our bulbs you get just what you order in strong, vigorous and healthy bulbs. Note these prices per 1000: Stella. $2.00; Figaro, $2.00: Cynosure. $2.00; Princeps. $10.01): Empress. $10.00; Sir Watkln. $10.00; Double Von Slon. $10.00; Emperor. $12.00: Paper White, $8.00; Grand Monarque. $8.00. Order now or send for complete Wholesale Price List. THE LEEDHAM BULB CO. Santa Cruz, California

 

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Mention The Review when you write. Asparagos Plmnosos A. aw>.t K im jtS.OOperlmndred. 4 ud 5.Ui. ittt.o^rjertliouMUid. 260 at 1,000 rate. Pterie Cretlc*. Var., 3 and 4.in.. $3 per 100. Prices F. 0. B. Loomis. LOOMIS CARNATION COMPANY D. F. RODDAN & SON, LOOMIS. CAL. Field-Grown Carnation Plants vine plAots for Auaust benoblna O. P. Bassett (new red), tS.OO for 60; $6.00 per 100 Bassett's Floral Gardens lioomia. Cal. Mention The Review when you write. Proprietors. Placer Co. Mention The Review when you write. ARAUCARIAS Antuoaria Kzoelm. young, healthy plants, Palms-Palms-Palms l»iMMn Can.. WishinttMia. etc Exotic Nurseries, Santa Barbara, CaL seedlings with 3 to 4 tiers, at 116.00 per 100. AntuoarUt Sxeelsa, top cuttings from Un. pots. 3 tiers, 4 branches to each tier, 35c each. $32.00 per 100. Asparagus Plmnoane. 2-in. pots, $3 per lOO. H. KENPF, Pacific Nursery 3041 Baker St.. SAH FBAMCI8CO. CAL. Mention The Review when you write. Orders Booked Now for My Cham- pion Strain of Seeds Mention The Review when you write. although still well down on the card, show symptoms of climbing. Still, it is hard to see what will justify much ad- vance in the face of the fact that asters are commencing to be brought into town in good quantities and mums are only a few weeks distant. Eoses are good, considering the season, and the retailers have had no difficulty in filling orders with fair stock. Sweet peas are a thing of the past and the public is tiring of them. Dah- lias and gladioli are in good quantity and quality and move nicely. Amaryllis have come into market and form an agreeable change. Orchids are not in excessive supply and are quickly bought up. From present indications, we may expect a fair autumn season, which will soon be upon us. Various Notes. C. P. Braslan has returned from his European trip. About 400 florists and their wives and sweethearts attended the outing at Camp Taylor, July 24. It was originally intended to hold the picnic at Santa Petunia Baffled Glanta. Petunia GalUardla. Kelwar'a wad Hybrld- PRED QROHE, Santa Rosa, Qi. Mention The Review when you write RAHN it HERBERT Wholesale Growem 110 Bast 49tta Street. POBTLAND, OBi:. Large Kentias, 9, 10 and 12-in. pot^. BeInioreana« Forsteriana. These plants to be sold cheap, for we need tia room. Prices on anplication. Mention The Review when you write. Cruz, but the committee changed i" favor of the other locality. The Pacific Floral Co., of Berkeley, is erecting a plant house, 20x75 feet, in the rear of its University avenue store. H. Plath, of Ocean View, is erecting a large barn and wagon shed, these im- provements being necessary in his rap- idly increasing business. Within the last month three retail flower stores have gone out of business in San Francisco. They were small con-

  

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. H. C. Baretta Engineer W. J. Wisenbaugh Fireman C. B. Maxwell Conductor A. C. Smith Brakeman S. R. Yingling Machinist W. G. Mehl ! Machinist J. N. Davis Machinist C. F. Wessel Car Inspector H. J. Blake Air Brake Repairman CD. Bergstresser Yard Brakeman Russel W. Eckert, formerly a stenographer inthe superintendents office at Garrett but nowwith the U. S. Army at Fort Thomas, Kentucky,visited friends in Garrett for a few days. Aaron D. Scissinger, formerly employed ascarpenter at Garrett, but who was furloughedlast June account of enlisting for service withthe U. S. Navy, died in the Naval Hospital atBoston, Mass., on Sunday morning, February3. The funeral was held in Garrett and theattendance was very large. There were manybeautiful floral offerings. Mr. Scissinger wasthe son of engineer H. D. Scissinger and is thefirst Garrett boy to die while in the service ofthe United States. The heartfelt sympathyof the entire community is with Mr. Scissingerand his family in their bereavement.

 

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12 The Florists' Review Adqdst 28, 1913. burn, Chicago, appointed to fill the vacancy arising from the election of J. F. Ammann as vice-president. A summary of the reports of the secretary and treasurer covering the operations of the last year was printed in last week's issue of The Review. LADIES' S. A. F. [The election of officers and the entertainment features were covered In last week's report.] The report of the secretary, presented at the annual meeting at Minneapolis, showed 273 members from 1912, with twenty-sfx added to the roll at Minne- apolis, making a total of 299. The treas- urer's report showed receipts of $667.01, disbursements of $457.68 and a balance of $209.33. A national bowling organization was formed, with Miss Matilda Meinhardt as captain, Mrs. Frank Traendly as secretary, and Mrs. George Asmus as treasurer, the dues of $1 per year to be used to buy prizes. It was voted to establish life mem- berships, the fee to be $10, the proceeds to be kept in a separate fund and in- vested. The retiring president, Mrs. F. H. Traendly, was presented with a brace- let containing a gold watch with locket attached. The ladies feel that their society was much better represented than was any other, their attendance being sixty- seven, as follows: • MEMBERS. Ammann, Mrs. J. F., EdwardsviUe, 111. AgmuB, Mrs. Geo., Chicago, 111. Beuerlein, Mrs. Peter, Elmhurst, L. 1., N. Y. Brnenig, Utb. F. W.. St. Lonls, Mo. Bullock, Mrs. E. M., Elkhart, Ind. Chandler, Miss Aleda, Berlin, N. Y. Coles, Mrs. W. W., Kokomo, Ind. Crltchell, Mrs. Chas. E., Cincinnati, Ohio. Esler, Miss Helen J., Saddle River. N. 3. Flick. Miss C. P., Fort Wayne, Ind. Flick. Miss Ruth, Fort Wayne. Ind. Fulmer, Mrs. J. T. D., Des Moines, Iowa. Goddard. Miss Helen B., Framlngham, Mass. Gude, Mrs. W. F., Washington, D. C. Gude, Miss Amelia, Washington, D. C. Hendrlckson, Mrs. Isaac S., Floral Park, L. I., N. Y. Hlnchllffe, Mrs. J. T., Racine, Wis. Kuebn, Mrs. C. A., St. Louis, Mo. Manda, Mrs. J., West Orange', N. J. Maynard, Mrs. Chas. H., Detroit, Mich. McKellar, Mrs. Chas. W., Chicago, 111. Meinhardt. Miss Matilda. St. Louis, Mo. Patten, Miss Helen F., Toledo, Ohio. Patten, Mrs. M. A., Tewksbury, Mass. Peterson, Mrs. J. A., Westwood, Cincinnati, Ohio. Poehlmann, Mrs. A. H., Morton Grove, 111. Poehlmann, Mrs. Aug., Morton Grove, 111. Poehlmann, Mrs. John W.. Morton Grove, 111. Pollworth, Mrs. C. C, Milwaukee. Wis. Quick, Mrs. H. J., Baltimore. Md. Ra.^mussen, Mrs. Anrlers, New Albany, Ind. Sawyer, Miss Anna Grace, Chicago, 111. Scribner. Mrs. E. A., Detroit, Mich. Smith, Mrs. Geo. W.. Cleveland. Ohio. Traendly, Mrs. Frank H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Vincent, Mrs. Richard. Jr.. White Marsh, Md. Webber, Mrs. Chas., Rockvllle Center, L. I., N. Y. Weber, Mrs. Fred C. St. Louis, Mo. Wilson, Mrs. J. S., Des Moines, Iowa. Winterlch, Mrs. C, Defiance, Ohio. NEW MEMBERS. Bebinger, Mrs. T. L.. Des Moines, Iowa. Bergstermann. Mrs. H., St. Louis, Mo. Birch, Mrs. James, Winnipeg, Man. Bonham, Mrs. F. E., Macomb. III. Breltmeyer, Mrs. Fred, Mt. Clemens, Mich. Carss, Miss Eleanor C, Des Moines, Iowa. Daesch, Miss Dora, St. Louis, Mo. Desmond, Mrs. W. D., Minneapolis, Minn. Hill. Mrs. E. G., Richmond. Ind. Kemble. Mrs. W. E., Oskaloosa, Iowa. Kerr, .Mrs. R. C, Houston, Texas. Kelmel. Mrs. W. J.. Elmhurst, 111. Latshaw, Mrs. I. M.. LlbertyvlUe, 111. Loveridge, Mrs. C, Peoria. 111. March, Mrs. W. T., Mitchell, S. D. Monson, Mrs. John, Minneapolis. Minn. Nllsson, Miss Christine, Bronx, N. Y. Peterson, Miss Ida. Cincinnati, Ohio. Rice, Mrs. A. S., Minneapolis, Minn. Schoepfle, Mrs. John. Chicago, 111. Scott, Mrs., Navasota, Texas. Smith, Mrs. Herbert. Danville. 111. Soholt, Mrs. M., Madison, Minn. Spencer, Mrs. Agnes. St. Paul, Minn. Van Bochove, Mrs. John R.. Kalamazoo, Mich. Washburn. Mrs. Frank L., Bloomington, 111. Yeats, Mrs. J. E., Champaign, III.

 

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The convention closed with a big splash. Now we shall see how strong a de- sire there is to affiliate. It will stand repeating: The outdoor display was the best of the convention. A. Farenwald was the only Philadel- phian present who didn't have some- thing to sell! The restaurant in the annex saved a lot of time and carfare. The hall is over a mile from the hotel district. C. E. Schaeffer, of La Crosse, is the season's addition to the list of enter- tainers. His antics kept the crowd in a roar. The M. Rice Co. exhibit entire was sold to Miss H. B. Whitted, to whom some refer as the Thorley of Minneap- olis. What effect will the small attend- ance at Minneapolis have on San Fran- cisco's chances of getting the conven- tion in 1915! Holm & Olson's establishment in St. Paul attracted many visitors, and they all had something to say of admiration for the facilities and evidences of busi- ness to be seen there. Emil Leuly, a carnation grower of West Hoboken, N. J., bicycled his way across the country to Minneapolis, averag- ing ninety miles a day. W. A. Manda came direct from the international show at Ghent, Belgium, to the convention, making a journey of 4,500 miles to be present two days. Boston has some ambitious plans for next year's convention, looking to a continuation of the outdoor display. There may be a distinctly novel ar- rangement. Probably twenty-five parties of con- vention visitors motored to and from Minneapolis, not to mention Emil Leuly, who biked from New Jersey, 1,500 miles. Not in any recent year has the gain in S. A. F. membership been so great in proportion to the attendance as it was at Minneapolis. Every fourth man was a new member. The retail florists who attended the convention said Minneapolis is one town among a thousand; the flower business there is almost as good in the summer as in the winter. Theodore Wirth is a genius of the kind the philosopher had in mind when he made the remark about the infinite capac- ity for taking pains. Mr. Wirth does not overlook the smallest detail. W. L. Rock went to northern Minne- sota on a fishing trip after the conven- tion. He likes Minneapolis so well a little encouragement might get him to open a branch store there. In twenty-five years Harry A. Bun- yard has missed only one convention, that at Asheville. It was noticeable that real novelties were conspicuously few this year. The trade's standards now are so high that a new plant of necessity must possess decided merit to command attention. James B. Shea, superintendent of parks, Boston, was on his way to Den- ver, where he is presiding at a meeting of the American Park Superintendents' Association, of which he is president. Entertaining the ladies rather than the men proved to be a happy hit. The ladies had the time of their lives in Minneapolis and St. Paul, and they all will want to go to the next convention. The final resolutions, though not many heard them, must have been some- thing out of the ordinary. The com- mittee to draft them, appointed by the president, consisted of W. J. Stewart, Michael Barker and A. T. De La Mare. No complaint was heard this year from the trade exhibitors because the admission of the public interfered with business. A Philadelphia salesman was seen making his way to the armory one morning with a Phillips novel under his arm. Wallace Pierson, P. J. Foley, Albert Pochelon and Roman J. Irwin got up at daylight the day of the picnic and had taken forty-eight fish out of Lake Minnetonka before the balance of the crowd arrived there. One of their pick- erel weighed six pounds. The advent of the automobile has added immeasurably to the pleasures of attending conventions. The cars of the local members, and of those who had driven to the convention, always were at the service of those who wanted to make a run to some point of interest. F. T. D. Pochelon was about the busiest man at the convention. Per- haps no one in the United States is doing more than he to create new busi- ness for the trade. Like Colonel Sellers, he believes "there's millions in it"— referring to the telegraph delivery of flowers. The S. A. F. received official invita- tion from the Panama-Pacific Interna- tional Exposition to hold its 1915 con- vention in San Francisco. Col. Daniel O'Connell Lively, representing ,1. H. Dennison, chief of the department of agriculture of the exposition, and him- self chief of the live stock department, made an address on the last afternoon, telling of the possibilities of the expo- sition. He told of arrangements being made for the horticultural display and of the capabilities of the climate for floriculture. He also explained the gen- eral progress of the exposition, of the arrangements for the Brazilian orchid display, which promises to be the most costly array of flowers ever collected.

  

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'.•J^>7~-T--T ■■ -T^ ;T-y^_-i*^5t^p', *;'»;-'_^ ■ 36 The Wcddy Florists^. Review* JITI.T 20, 1911. LEADING RETAIL FLORISTS The retail florists wiiose cards appear on the pages carryioK this head, are prepared to fill orders from other florists for local delivery m the usmi basis. If you wish to be represented under this heading, now is the tine to place your order. N« E. Cor. 44th Street and Madison Avenue, DARDS, Telephones 4026-4086, 38th Street, NEW YORK CM»1* DanlsfloT, Westam Union Orders delivered on all the Ocean Liners or telegraphed to our own correspondents in Europe and the British Colonies. KstabUshod 1874 HoDywood Gardens Artistic Florists ind Decorators PhM« Main 1666 QWf ■ ipilf jN ||f a (UM 1534 Second Ave.. OLAl ILL, WAdll. Orders given prompt attention The Liyiagstoo Seed Co. FLORISTS COVER ALL OHIO POINTS 114 N. High Su CX)LUMBUa OHIO

 

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KALAMAZOO, MICH. G. Van Bodiove & Bid., :tm:&isfi°« J. WALSH & SON, I.KADXHO VLOBI8T8 UALDEN, MASS. 'Boston and all New England Points. LINCOLN, NEB. CHAPINBROS. B«U11 Flortitf Flow«n for All OMkRfonM. fmm Crsdie to flrmre EL Oo LOVELL 9E^ ^'^^.^Ae^^'^Z North Dakota SPRINGnCLO, lUINOIS A. C BROWN, LABGB QB»»NHOI78»S Boehrlnger Bros. BAY CITY, MICH, S25 Park Avena*, TERRE HAUTE, IND. JOHN 6. HBNL & SON. 129 Sootli 7tii Street Mrs. M. E. Hollcraft 807Kiii«AYe.,TOPEKA>KAN. BERTERMANN BROS. CO. LSADnrO FLORISTS 241 Massachusetts Ave, Indianapolis, Ind. ruau€9fmu imni i/«., retail flobists MUmXAPOUS, MINN. FonenU dMlcna on short notice. One of tli« largest establishments met of Ohlcaco. S. J. REUTER C SON, inc. NEW LONDON, CONN. The only flower store in the city. Orders for any part of Connecticut or Rhode Island will receive prompt and careftil attention. 1874 1911 WnxuM A. PBnxiPfl. Manager 278F«ItOBSt. Tel. 319 Main Brooklya, H. 1. Carefal attention, personal selection and prompt d^ livervafuaranteed toany part of New York, Lon? ^^'^ and New Jersey. Thirty-six years' experience. Reli- ability assured. ^^' Charleston, W. Va. are driven prompt and careful attention by ttie dumsTON COT rumot mid ruin co. Rockford,E,I.W.BiiGkbee S. B. STEWART U9 No. 16th St, OMAHA, NEB. Wholesale and retail orders for CUT FLOWSR8, rUNERALDBSIGNS, 0tc. by telegraph will receive prompt attention at IRA G. MARVIN'S, WiHtes-Baire, Pa. Benson's Flowers Indianapolis, Ind. '^JSSm themselves of the opportunity to have a day of rest and jollification, after months of strenuous labor. The party took the new steamer, Louis Dolive, at Spanish Fort, and after a two hours' delightful ride arrived at the place of destination. The arrangement commit- tee had provided for a delightful re- past at Muguier's hotel, and, favored by the cooling breeze from the lake, the merry crowd enjoyed it thoroughly. During the banquet the jovial secre- tary, C, R. Panter, acted as toastmas- ter. Those who made addresses were Ed. Baker, chairman of the arrange- ment committee; Richard Eichling, president; C. R. Panter and others. After the dinner the majority boarded a special car for a trolley ride through the piny woods to Covington, a pretty little town in the Louisiana Ozone belt, returning in time for the departure to the city. Those who remained at Man- deville enjoyed themselves with a walk through the picturesque town and along the beautiful beach, joining the others on their return. Throughout the trip merriment and good fellowship pre- vailed, and there were many expressions Sead Ynr PHILADELPHIA CHARLES HENRY FOX Orders to... BROAD AND WALNUT STREETS Al^nty. on Time H. W. riELDJhe College Florist NORTHAMPTON, MASS. Home ol Smith CoUeg^e Send your orders to him for prompt and careful attention. Colorado Springs, Cdo. Orders Girefuliy Executed PIKES PEAK FLORAL CO. Wliolesale and Retail DALLAS, TEXAS The Texas Seed & Floral Company Orders for cut flowers and desi^s solicited for delivery in any part of Texas. Pittsburg, Kan.—Bartlesville, Ok. Tffi STONHAUSER FLOUST & NUISEIY CO. duo.) Gnwert ud Shippen—Whdesale ud Ketofl Ont-of-town orders fflren special and personal at. tentlon. Oiye us a trial. South and Sonthwest Texas and sailinc from Galveston. H. H. KUHLNANN, norist S507 Jackson St., S. W. Phone. Hadley 1926-2SSO 8526 'Washington St., 0pp. Olenwood Cemeterr. 8. W. Phone, Taylor 628-1061. Up town, 918 Main St.. S.W. Phone, Preston 7741. HOUSTON, TEXAS TRILLOW Des'SSSrStwi Will promptly execute all orders in this vicinity. Aurora, E Jos.M.Smely and vicinity Phones 147 Richmond, lnd« FBEX> H.I.BIfON A OO. Florists and Decorators. Sendnsyonrordns. W. P. McFarland L. C. McFarlamb McFARLANDS, Florists AKRON* OHIO

  

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ERIE, PA. J. V. LAVER ERIE, PA. Write, riiiiie n Win ^^S^lJS^J^rj Pittsburgh, Pa. RANDOLPH & McCLEMENTS Floral Experts 5936 PENN AVENUE Members of the Florists' Telegraph Delivery Members Florists' Telecraph Delivery Ass'n EVENDEN BROS. 1^^«^nSupr Williamsport, Pa LEBANON, PA. J. F. VAVROCS SONS. Orders for central Pcnna. handle I with promptneas. Members F. T. D. SOUTH BEND, INDIANA Daily deliveries to Notre Dame University and St.. 1Vforv'<» Ai-artorr;:.'. Beyer Fleial C§. GARY FLORAL CO. GARY, 118 W. 6th Ave. IND. Always a complete stock and prompt service MINIMUM ORDEK. $2.00 FORT WAYNE, IND., ^^l^X fLICK fLORAL CO., The Leading florists Pioice FItwers and Prompt Service. 207-9 W. BERRY ST. Members Florists' Telegraph Delivery. RICHMOJND, INDIANA FRED H. LEMON & CO. Florists and Decorators Send us your orders

 

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Everything In Flowers! GRAKELOW'S Broad Str««t at Cumbarland, PHILADKLPHIA* PA. Member Florists' Telegraph Delivery Association ?»f!^! PHILADELPHIA AND SUBURBS Carefully filled in first-class style and on time. WILLIAM BERGER'S SONS 5522 Germantown Ave.. Philadelphia, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. LUDWIG FLORAL CO. 502 Federal Street A. W. Smith Co. . •. FLORISTS.. • IBSSSg. Pittsburgh, Pa. Urgest noral Establishment in America Established 1874-liicori)or«ted 1909 LANCASTER, PA. B. F. BARR & CO., Leading florist ■which there is a large demand for flow- ers. Prospects are bright for a good business and it is confidently expected that the demand for cut flowers and plants "will be larger than ever before. Money appears to be plentiful, as there has been a great deal of overtime work in the local factories, and it remains with the florists to improve their op- portunities. Judging from reports, all are making great preparations. Various Notes. James Horan & Son now have an ex- ceptionally attractive store. A new building has been erected on the old site and they moved into it from their temporary quarters the week before Thanksgiving. The decorations are in light gray and the flowers show well against this background. As the cases and fixtures are new throughout, the general effect is pleasing. They will have little trouble in disposing of the fine stock which is daily seen in their store. The Park Garden & Flower Shop has been cutting a good supply of mums and they met with a strong demand. Chad- wick was of a better quality than usual and made a gorgeous show. This firm has two large houses devoted entirely to carnations this year. James E. Beach reports that several large service flag designs and an im- mense police commissioner's emblem were among the numerous pieces made recently. Mums were at their best at this establishment and there was a great demand for them. Although the 1 Jo Hafeemehrs ! The finest floral arrangements, flowers and plants furnished on telegraphic orders. Isa PMIaddpMa S" PHILADELPHIA 1800 Chestnut Street ^ The London Flower Shop ORDERS FOR Philadelphia Carefully and Promptly Executed with GkKxl Flowers and Good Taste by M. J. Callahan,'IS Market St., PHILADEIiPHU Germantown and Chestnut HiD ORDERS Carefully executed with taste and promptnesi. FRANK R. HASTINGS 8 West Chelten Avenue, Germantotvn, Philadelphia, Pa. SCRANTON, PAo A. L Besancon & Gompm FLORISTS AND DECORATORS Adams Ave. and Spnice St, S'^^SZSS. Both Phones lou can depend on ns. Order your flowers on anf occasion for delivery In Scrantoa and vicinity. SCHULTHEIS, FLORIST '•S17 Church Street. 61? Linden Street DUNMORE. PA. SCBANTON. PA. Members of the FlorlfltB* Telegraph Delivery Ass'n. riABK FinRI^ SCRANTON.PA. VliJUIIl, ILVIUOI, 124 Washington Ave. Member Florists' Telegraph Delivery Orders for northeastern Pennsylvania filled promptly. Usual discount. Both phones No. 2454 CRESCENT FLORAL GARDEN SH£BM OFF£RL£, Prop. WARREN. PAc PRANKLIN, PENN A. •■• BELL FLORAL CO. ALL NORTHWESTERN PA. Kittanning, Pa. J. W. GLENN, 124 Market Street HARRISBURG, PA. F. E. RiDENOUR, 1221 N. 3d Street ROTARIAN MEMBER F. T. D.

  

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morrison. 111.—Mrs. E. M. Hurd, for- merly of St. Paul, has opened a store in the Boyd market building, on Main Street. Manchester, Pa^—Mrs. E. G. Miller lias retired from business, having sold hor establishment to Harry M. Augen- braugh. Beisterstown, Md.—Charles B. Wright has sold his establishment to Leonard Xi. Lancaster. Mr. Wright has moved to 4816 Park avenue, Baltimore. Baltimore, Md.—J. Nick Thomas will soon start work on his greenhouse, which will be 40x140. He will also erect a resi- dence. The total cost will be approxi- mately $20,000. • Columbiana, O.—Roy Smith has pur- Chased two farms in Florida, one at Rus- sell and the other at Soutli Jacksonville. He expects to locate there this fall and grow plantfl and nursery stock. , Newark, O.—Warren C. Weient will build an addition to his range. In his extensive greenhouses he grows nothing but cucumbers. He will build a $30,000 heating plant to take care of the present houses and the new addition. Hastings, Neb.—C. B. Tanner is build- ing three greenhouses, each 30x160 feet, at his new greenhouse location on Wa- bash avenue, in the northeast part of town. The heating plant is to contain two boilers, of forty-five and eighty-five horsepower capacity. Boston, Mass.—Penn the Florist won first prize at the annual summer show of the North Shore Horticultural So- ciety. There were eight otlier competi- tors for the gold medal. This is the first time Penn has entered in competition at the North Shore show. His prizf exliibit \v,is a table decoration. Baldwin, Kan.—Mrs. Maude Brock- w;iy has opened a flower store, known a» Baldwin's House of Flowers. Mrs. lirockway will handle cut flowers and plants. Although Ottawa and Law- rence, near-by towns, have excellent Ihirists' §^tahlishmcnts, Mr.s. Urockway is confident that she can make lier btisi- ne-<.s a paying one. Shelby, O.—The Hayes ("ireenhouses, Operated for over a quarter of a century by R. B. Hayes, have been sold to S. F. Yosiek, of New Philadelphia. O., who will do business as the Shelby Flora! Co. The new concern will grow a gen- eral line of cut flowers and plants for re- tail trade. Mr. Yosiek will bring his stock of gladiolus bulbs from New Phila- delphia and expects to iiiercase this specialty considerably ujjon the tract of land adjoining the range. Mr. Yosiek has had four years' experience as a florist. Mr. Hayes, who has been ex- ceedingly successful, will retire from the business Beatrice, Neb.—Victor Rhyd has com- pleted arrangements for the building of his range. The material is being ship- ped from Chicago. Beynoldsville, Pa.—Harry T. Peters is building a large addition to his greenhouse, at the corner of Main and Fifth streets. He has torn down one of the houses in order to double the area under glass. Baton Bouge, La.—Sam Sclieinuk has just moved to his new location on Rose- land terrace, where he conducts his store under the title of the Roseland Florist. Several lots adjoining are used to grow flowers. Fort William, Ont.—For the funeral of an aviator killed overseas and brought home for interment, Charles Le Cocq constructed an airplane, about five feet in width, of immortelles over- laid with orchids, carnations and Crego asters. Winfield, Kan.—The Vaughan Green- houses, formerly owned by J. L. Vaughan, liave been purchased by N. Dugan and H. Z. Cain, of Wichita, Kan., and will be known as the Winfield Seed & Floral Co. A landscape department will be added to tlie store. Perry, la.—-Tlie Perry Greenhouse has been purchased from William Ballard by Charles K. Louwerse, and will he operated under the firm name of Lou- werse & ('o. Mr. Louwerse was former- ly a landscape gardener at Cedar Rapids, having come originally from Holland some years ago. Independence, la.—.\t the state fair at Des Moines Geo. S. Woodruff took all first premiums on gladioli except that on twelve spikes yellow, for which he re- ceived second award. He filled two large tables, showing upwards of sixty named varieties. The exhibit was kept fresli to the last day by two shipments after the one on which premiums were awarded. The exhibit was much admircil by visi- tors. Among the varieties which at tracted sjiecial attention were .\nna Eberius, Titanic, Red Emperor and Pink Perfection. Buffalo, N. Y.--S. .\. Kost, who is as suciated with the W. F. Kasting Co., has invented a number of labor-saving de- vices for florists. Conditions have not been right for manufacturing and mar- keting, but it is thought they soon will be. The "Oh, Boy" glazing gun has been leased for a year to the Excello Mfg. Co., Cleveland. Then there is tlie Kost soil pulverizer, sjiles of which nl ready have been made to .liilius Roelirs Co., Eobbink & Atkins, W. J. I'almer tV Son, Poehlmaim Bros. Co. and C. C. Poll- worth Co.; and the Kost bar scrajier and the Kost & Yeager planting tool. each of which the Kasting concern juir poses to push next season. Kittanning, Pa.—The opening of J. W. Glenn's flower and seed store, at 128 North McKean street, was held Sep- tember 1 and 2. Baraboo, Wis.—The frame structure at the greenhouse owned by E. T. Boss was badly damaged by fire August 21. The fire is believed to have been caused by spontaneous combustion. Houston, Tex.—Kerr the Florist, which is the name under which B. C. Kerr conducts his retail enterprise, is remodeling the store building and in- stalling new equipment, including a large Buchbinder refrigerator. Goshen, Ind.—A. E. Kunderd realized $26,149.80 last year from a 7-acre plot of gladioli and returned more than $3,- t)00 because of bulbs he could not sup- ply. He has approximately fifteen acres devoted to bulb culture. Ogden, Utah. — Corporal John E. Dumke has been east to participate in the shooting contests at Caldwell, N. J., August 8 to September 1. He is a mem- ber of the rifle team of the Utah Na- tional Guard and receives all expenses for the trip from the government. St. John, Kan.—Mrs. H. K. Maxwell has sold her greenhouses to Palmer 8el- fridge and since August 1 they have been known as the St. John Greenhouses. Mr. Self ridge recently returned from service in France. He intends to en- large the greenhouses. He took a spe- cial course in greenhouse work and hor- ticulture before entering the army. Utica, N. Y.—J. C. Bigelow & Son took The Review's advice in the snm- iner of 1918 and bought coal when they could get it. The result was that they had full houses last spring, when some others had little. So they have just done the same thing again, stored enough, buckwheat to carry them through. "It gives a comfortable feel- ing to see one's supply on hand," says Mr. Bigelow. Elyria, O.—-Fred L. Gunton, who in 1915 bought the greenhouses of Copas Bros., after having had experience with a number of growers east and west, is the inventor of a new double-action ventilator and has ajiplied for a patent. .Mr. (iiinton's sash opens on either the iijiper or lower side, at the operator's irleasure. It is attached only by means of the arms, both edges being clear. By turning the lifting wheel in one di- rection the sash opens at the ridge, while turning the other way causes the sash to open at the header, a great advan tage where winds are strong and chan^fc able. Mr. Gunton showed liis model at the S. A. F. convention at Detroit, ex plaining that lie does not intend to manufacture the ajjparatus but to sell his inventor's rights to some of the greenhouse material companies

  

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Anton Felke, of Wilmette, 111., suf- fered a paralytic stroke while at work in his greenhouses July 27 and died in the early hours of July 30. Mr. Felke was just past 50 years of age and was a steady worker. July 26 he completed the laborious task of installing and set- ting a new boiler, doing all the work himself, in the high heat of this hottest of recorded summers. The next day he was at the potting bench, when he was overcome. He retained consciousness for several hours after he was assisted into his adjoining home, but that night he suffered a second stroke and was un- conscious for two days, until the end. Mr. Felke was born in Chicago, the son of two of the oldest florists in the north side district. His mother, Mrs. Mary Felke, known to many as Flower Mary, now 80 years of age, survives, al- though too feeble to attend her son's funeral. A brother, Frank, now located at Elkhart, Ind., was in the business at Wilmette for many years. There are four sisters, one of whom is the wife of Anton Then and herself the mother of a family of florists. The widow and eight children are left and will carry on the business, which is highly pros- perous, as Mr. Felke grew first-class pot stock and enjoyed a fine trade, espe- cially in bedding plants, along Chi '■ago's north shore. The funeral was held in the morning of August 2, at St. Joseph's church at Wilmette, with interment in the parish i;emetery. There was a large attend- ance, including many florists, and the Qumerous floral arrangements testified to the esteem in which the deceased and his fa,mily are held in the community. PITTSBURGH, PA. The Market. Business was brisk last week. The demand has been heavier than usual for the last of July, which can be ac- counted for by the return of the bodies of the soldiers who died in Europe dur- ing the war. Roses are in short supply, with qual- ity nothing to brag about, and it is hard to get enough good ones to fill ad- vance orders, let alone the orders that "ome in late. Lilies are in demand and the quality is of the best, while the price has ad- vanced. Gladioli are now at their best, but there do not seem to be as many as usual on the market at this season, which has caused the price to remain firm. Asters are now a factor and some i?ood stock is to be seen; so far, they have sold on sight. Carnations are mostly a thing of the past, and what few are coming in are poor. Taking everything into consideration, 'he cut flower business is more than satisfactory, and few complaints are to ^p hear^. Various Notes. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Smith had a red- 'etter day of their own Wednesday, July -0, when they celebrated their golden wedding anniversary. W. J. Smith, of the Altimo Culture Co., of Canfield, O., was a recent visitor. Mr. Smith reports a severe hail storm, which did much damage to his glass. John Keil, of East Liverpool, O., was another out-of-town visitor last week. George C. McCallum and Thomas Kelleher, of the McCallum Co., are en- joying their vacaUons at Conneaut lake, Pa. • ^ A big party from here will attend the convention at Washington, P. C, this month. Harry Langhans, of McGrath & Lang- hans, has just returned from a three weeks' automobile trip through New York state and Canada. Charles Ulmer, of the E. A. Williams Co., has just returned from spending his vacation with relatives at Stoughton, Wis. He went by rail to Chicago and motored to Stoughton by the way of Milwaukee. He reports the roads in that part of the country in elegant con- dition. Harvey Sheaf, president of the E. A. Williams Co., left this week for his va- cation at Cape Cod, Mass. W. A. Clarke, president of the Pitts- burgh Cut Flower Co., left Saturday, July 30, to spend his vacation at his summer home at Lake Chautauqua. Ben Elliott, owner of the John Bader Co., left with his family for a trip through the west. H. J. H. CHICAGO. The Market. The final week of July produced re- ports which varied with the special con- ditions of the reporters' business. It was noted that some wholesale houses had a dull week, but it seems to have been because they had only a limited supply of stock, as others say their sales were up to or even a little ahead of the same week in 1920. Reports from the retailers vary in accordance with the character of trade catered to. Those whose specialty is flowers for the sad events have been notably busy, while those who cater to other classes of trade have found little demand, few good flowers, stiff prices for them and a narrower margin of profit than last sum- mer. The story of the last week of July is practically the story of the month. The wholesalers are, in gen- eral, better satisfied than the retailers. Business apparently would be much better all around if there were more and better stock. The Chicago district now has had ten weeks of continuously hot weather. The temperature has been, almost continuously, 10 degrees above normal and there has been scarcely any rain. It is no wonder stock has been, is and, worst of all, probably will con- tinue to be scarce and poor. The variety of stock is limited. Roses, gladioli and asters constitute al- most the entire supply. Of roses it can be said that both quantity and quality are on the up grade. Stems still are short, but they lengthen day by day and it is apparent that this crop has turned the corner; given a little cool weather, roses should improve rapidly and give the trade the chance to charge more money. There is a call for red roses, perhaps more apparent than real, as the supply is extremely small. Red ordinarily is not in request during the heated term. Gladioli have not vet accumulated. The supply of other flowers has been so small that gladioli have been kept well cleaned up; the only difficulty has been with shipments which were not of qual- ity good enough to meet the needs even of funeral work. Because of the cleaner sales than usual, it seems that this must, thus far, have been an unusually good season for the growers. Asters are in larger supply than here tofore and the price of average grades has fallen. Really good asters are ex- tremely scarce, because of the hot, dry weather. The small flowers are used mostly for work and, while the growers call it a bad season, the retailers will tell you it costs a plenty to fill in a design. Giganteum lilies are in such small supply that the price has advanced, while, on the other hand, valley is in such light demand the price has eased off. Other flowers are in such small supply they need not be "considered at this time. July Weather. July, 1921, goes on record as the hot- test month in fifty-one years, or in the entire time official records have been kept. The mean temperature was 81.2 degrees. Normal is 72.4 degrees. The percentage of possible sunshine was eighty-eight, against seventy-two per cent as normal. Rainfall was only 1.87 inches, against 3.64 inches as normal. The long drought was broken by a general rain which began August 1 and lasted two days. It was more than wel- come, but did not come until the grow- ers of outdoor stock had sustained large losses. There are differences of opinion as to the effect on the crop of gladiolus bulbs, some believing the rain did not come soon enough, while others think that good bulbs will yet be made if we have normal weather in August and September. Carnation plants have made little growth in the field; some growers have housed undersized plants, while others are waiting. The ten weeks of heat and drought have been severe on rose plants under glass, the customary summer growth not having been made, and plantsmen have lost considerable stock under glass, espe- cially cyclamens, which have succumbed in large numbers during the last fort- night. Peter Beinberg, Inc. Plans which have been in process of formation for two months were consum- mated last week when the state issued a certificate of incorporation to Peter Reinberg, Inc., authorized capital $30, 000, organized to take over the whole- sale store of the late Mr. Reinberg. Mrs. Reinberg is one of the stockhold- ers and the others are, with one excep- tion, employees at the store. At a meeting for organization, July 30, the following officers were elected: President and treasurer, Henry Zen- der. Vice-president, Herbert Hanson. Secretary, William Maloney. Manager, Louis Hoechner. The corporation took over the busi ness August 1. About September 1 Fred Price, for some time with the J. A. Budlong Co., will join the new company .'ind have the title of assistant manager. Mum Show in November. The Chrysanthemum Society of Amer- ica will hold its annual meeting in Chi [Continued on paKc 34.]

  

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SEATTLE — Woodlawn Flower Shop 15 employees and over 13,000 square feet of ^ore space devoted exclusively to retailing flowers. F. T. D. OF COURSE 1410-1412 2ncl Avenue — Beside Clemmer Theater "In The Heart of The City" To those who helped make the 1920 Mothers' Day a record event, we present our thanks. And as to reasons for this gain, we repeat— THERE'S A REASON PORTLAND, ORE. T^i^ Z00.00OFeef- of Glass JEsfmblished 20 Years OAKLAND, CAL. SEATTLE Choice Flowers, prompt and careful JLi. W . iVlCv>V/ 1 Established 1900* YOUNG & LESTER WallaWalla,Wash. Established 1903 60,000 SQUARE FEET OF GLASS MEMBERS F. T. D. California Florist TACOMA, WASH. Orders for Cut Flowers and Designs delivered anywhere in the United States and Canada. TACOMA SMITH FLORAL CO., 1112 Broadway EUGENE University Florist f\r\ 17 All South and Southwestern V^'lxt-jt Oregon points quickly reached BERKELEY, CAL. W§« Curtis D^Shoemaker. NORTON, Florist BERKELEY, CAL. THE FLOWERSHOP. A. H. GREGORY, Prop. 2114 Center Street. Member P. T. D. SEATTLE 1001-1003 Third Avenue Finest Floral Studio ia the Northwest ^^ui Ir^ Members •\V«> p. T. D. PORTLAND AW, IT"'" OREGON R^,^i,^,, ^^Orfcf»- 354 Washington Street and Growers ^^ SAN DIEGO, CAL. BOYLE & DARNAUD F. T. D. Florists. We grow our own flowers. Telegraph orders carefully executed. Usual discount. Members Florists' Telegraph Delivery. Spokane, Wash. Eugene's Flower Shop PROMPT AND RELIABLE San Pedro, Calif. HARBOR FLORAL CO. MRS. ADA E. RIDLEY Cut Flowers, Plants and Funeral Designs Phone 1137 333 SIXTH STREET Spokane, Wash. A. J. BURT. Florist Established 20 Years Always on the job CLEMMEE THEATEK BUILDING Monrovia, Cal. C. A. BRUNGER You can depend on us for all orders for de- _,_ ^ , . livery in this section. 239 Grand Avenue Spokane, Washington REIMER'S FLORAL ART SHOP Retailers and Growers Y., reports business exceptionally good. His bedding plant business has been larger than usual and is keeping up well. H. J. H. Yakima, Washington STATE FLORAL CO. We Grow Our Own Floi^ers Telegraph Orders filled Promptly anj Carefully Members F. T. D. Association FORT WAYNE, IND. Thfi Markpt Memorial day business was the best it has been for years. The weather was extremely hot and the supply of garden flowers was much greater than was an- YAKIMA. WASHINGTON Anxavee Flower Shop, 'b^-,''' QUALITY FLOWERS Artistic Arrangement Members Florists' Telegraph Delivery. ticipated. Peonies, etc., came in just right and were in heavy demand. This year, one might say, there were three days given to the celebration of Me- FORSHAW. Hori^ rounS^u^pcity PENDLETON. ORE.

  

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Mat 27. 1915. The Florists^ Review 55 INDEX BY TOWNS OF LEADING RETAIL FLORISTS AKRON, 0. MoFarlandi AUANY, N. Y. Danker, Florist Bosery, Tho AI.TOONA, PA. Kyert Broi. ATLANTA, OA. Lawrence Floral Co. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Berke, Geo. H. Edwards Fl'rl Hall Co. AXTBUBN. N. Y. Dobbi & Son AUBOBA, ILL. Aurora Oreenhouie Co. Bmely, Jog. M. BALTDfOBE, MBi Feast & Sons, S. Pierce & Co. BATTLE CB'K, HICH Corean. 8. W. BIBKINOHAM, ALA. Baker, C. I. BLOOMINGTON, ILL. Wellenreiter & Son BOONE, IOWA Kemble's Greenhouses BOSTON, MASS. . Boston Cut Flower Co, Carbone Comley, Henry R. Galvin, Inc., T. F. Newman & Sons £?nn, Henry Wax Bros. BBATTLEBOBO, VT. Allen. Florist BBpCKTON, MASS. Hathaway, W. W. BBOOKLYN, N. Y. Jahn, Hugo H. Phillips, Florist Trejpel, Joseph Wilson. B. G. BUFFALO, N. Y. Anderson, S. A. Palmer & Son, W. J. BTTBLINGTON, VT. Goto, The Florist Peters, W. E. CEDAB BAPISS, lA. Kramer & Son, I. N CENTEEVILLE, lA. " Kemble's Greenhouses CHABLE8T0N, 8." C. Arcade Floral Shop Carolina Flower Store CHABLESTON, W. VA. Charleston Cut Flo. Co. CHEYENNE, WYO. Underwood, Arthur A CHICAGO Alpha Floral Co. Franenfelder, C. Friedman, 0. J. Keenan, A. F.. & Co. MoAdams, A. McKellar, C. W. Samuelson, Chas. A. 8chiller, The Florist Smyth, W. J. Wienhoeber Co., E. Wittbold Co., Geo. CINCINNATI, O. Hill Floral Co. CLAHKSBUEG, W. VA. Dudley & Sons Hayman Grhse. Co. Weber & Sons Co. CLEVELAND, 0. Bramley & Son Cleveland Cut Flo. Co. Gasser Co., J. M. Jones-Bussell Co. Graham Se Son Knoble Bros. Smith & Fetters Co COLO. SPBGS., COLO. Crump, F. F. Pikes Peak Flo. Co COLUMBUS. 0. LiTlngston Seed Co Wilson's Seed Store DALLAS. TEX, Dallas Floral Co. Lang Floral Co. DAYTON, 0. Heiss Co. Matthews the Florist DE KALB, ILL. Johnson, J, L. DENVEH, COLO. Park Floral Co. DES MOINES, lA. Alpha Floral Co, Crawford, U. L. Wilson Floral Co. DETBOIT. MICH, Bemb Floral Co, Breitmeyer's Sons, J. Schroeter, B, DULUTH, MINN. Dnluth Floral Co. ELMIEA, N. Y. Bosery, The EL PASO, TEX. Potter Floral Co. For rtLgmm of AdTortlaoinaiits, oonanlt tb* K«n«nU Alphabstloal Ind«z to Advortlaoinonta EBIE, PA. Laver, J. V. EVANSTON, ILL. Fischer Bros. EVANSTON, WYO. Westholder, L. B. FAIRMONT, W. VA. Weber & Sons Co. FOBEST PABE, ILL. Xlimmer's Gr'houses FOBT DODGE, IOWA North Floral Co. FORT SMITH, ARK. Bye, Geo. FOBT WORTH, TEX. McAdam, J. E. FREEPORT, ILL. Bausoher, John GALESBXTRG, ILL. DruTY, H. F. PillsDury. I. L. GARY, mb. Gary Floral Co. GENEVA, N. Y. Cass, W. & T. GRAND RAP'S, MICH. Smith, Henry GREEN BAY, WIS. Meier & Co., C, GBEENSBOBO, N. C, Van Lindley Co, GUTHBIE, OKLA, Furrow & Co, HABTFORD, CONN, Coombs, John HELENA. MONT. State Nursery Co. HOUSTON. TEXAS Forestdale Fl'r Shop Kerr. B. C. HUNTINGTON, W. VA. Dudley & Sons INDIANAPOLIS, IND. Bertermann Bros. Co. Hill Floral Co. Wiegrand & Sons JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Mills, the Florist JACKSONVILLE, ILL. Heinl & Sons, J. JERSEY CITY. N. J. Madden, Florist KNOXVILLE, TENV. Crouch, Chas. W. KANSAS CITY, MO. Kellogg, Geo. M. Murray, Samnel Newell. A. Rook Flower Co. LA CROSSE. WIS. La Crosse Floral Co. LANCASTER, PA. Barr & Co., B. F. Bosery, The LEXINGTON, KY. Honaker, the Florist Keller, Florist Keller Co., John A. LIMA, 0. Zetlitz, Eggert N. LINCOLN, NEB. Cbapin Bros. Frey, C. H. Frey & Frey LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Falez, Paul M. LOS ANGELES. CAL. Darling's Flower Shop Howard & Smith Wolfskins' & Golden- son Wright's Flower Shop LOUISVILLE, KY. Baumer, Aug, R. Sohulz, Jacob Walker & Co., F. LOWELL, MASS. Morse & Reals LYNN, MASS. Gibbs Bros. MACON, GA. Idle Hour Nurseries MADISON, WIS. Rentschler Floral Co., MARSHALLTOWN, LA. Kemble's Greenhouses MASON CITY, lA. Kemble's Greenhouses MEMPHIS, TENN. Idlewild Greenhouses MIAML FLA. Miami Floral Co. MITCHELL. S. D. Newburys, Inc., The MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. Swanson's Whltted Floral Co. MILWAUKEE, WIS. Fox & Son, J. M. Zimmermann, W. C. MOBILE, ALA. Minge Floral Co. MONTCLAIR. N. J, Massmann. Florist MONTGOMERY, ALA. Rosemont Gardens MONTREAL, CANADA MoKenna, Ltd. MT. CLEMENS. MICH. Von Boeselager, Aug. NASHVILLE, TENN. Geny Bros. Joy Floral Co. NEWARK, N. J, Philips Bros, NEWARK, 0. Duerr, Chas. A. Kent Bros, NEWBURYPORT, Mass. Pearson, E. W. NEW LONDON, CONN. Renter & Sons, Inc. NEW ORLEANS, LA. Metairie Ridge Nursery Co., Ltd. Virgin, U, J. NEW YORK CITY Boston Florist Bowe, M. A. Clarke's Sons, David Dards, Chas, A. Galvin, Inc., T. F. Kottmiller, A. Malandre Bros. McConnell. Alex, Myer Schling, Max Siebrecht & Son Stumpp, Geo. M. TrejMl. C. C. Warendorff Young & Nugent NORFOLK. VA, Grandy the Florist NORWICH, CONN. Renter & Sons, Inc. OAKLAND, CAL. Clarke Bros. OAKLAND. MD, Weber & Sons Co. OMAHA, NEB. Henderson, Lewis Hess & Swoboda Stewart, 8, B. OSKALOOSA, lA. Kemble's Greenhouses OTTAWA, CANADA Scrimm's Florist OTTUMWA, IOWA Criley. 0. P. M. PARKERSB'G. W, VA. Dudley, Charles P. Dudley & Sons PASSAIC, N. J. Sceery, Edward PATERSON, N. J. Sceery, Edward PEKIN, ILL. Kuhl, Geo, A. PEORIA, ILL. Kuhl, Geo, A. PHILADELPHIA, PA. Habermehl's Sons. J. J. London Flower Shop PITTSBURGH, PA. E. C. Ludwig Flrl. Co. Randolph & McClements Smith Co., A. W. PITTSFIELD, MASS. Flower Shop, The PORTLAND, ORE. Clarke Bros. Tonseth Floral Co. POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y. Saltford Flower Shop PROVIDENCE, R, I. Johnston ft Co., T. J. Johnston Bros. PUEBLO. COLO. Colonial Flower Shop QUINCY. ILL. Heckenkamp. Jr.. F. W, CHICAGO ORDERS SENT TO

 

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ARE CAREFULLY EXECUTED 81»e ei»4 MTf^HTnAW AVENUB ST. LOUIS, 7VTO. • FLOWERS DEUVCRED IN CITY OR STATE ON SHORT NOTICE* BOTLB AITD MABTLIKD AVENUES Both Lon« OistaTice Phones. FU lAIE'DBD BOTLS AND MABTLANO ■ ■■■ YWCsDClll ^ ATENUES Member Florists* Telegraph Delivery Association. J. J. Habennehl's Sons The finest floral arrangements, flowers and plants furnished on telegraphic orders. ffi. Philadelphia St" PHILADELPHIA and Vicinity The LondonFlowerShop.Ltd, 1800 Cbeatnut Street. PHILADKLPHIA, PA. Member Florists' Telegraph Delivery. FRED C. WEBER S^lJ. St. Louis, Mo. We tisTe no Branoli Store SELLING FLOWERS FORTY-ONE YEARS Member Florists' T. D. Asa'n Members of Florists' Telegraph DeUvery Aaa'n EVENDEN BROS. uTa^rS'pr" WiUiamtport, Pa. A. Wo Smith Co. • . • FLORISTS • • • ""^^tYNo. Pittsburgh, Pa. Largest Floral Establishment in America Established 1874—Incorporated 1909 PITTSBURGH, PA. RANDOIPH & McClEMENTS Floral Experta 5936 PENN AVENUE Members of the Florists' Telegraph Delivery Pittsburgh, Pa. ^E.G;t"^-'- 710 E. Diamond St. COURTESIES EXTENDED TO THE TRADE OPKN DAT and NIGHT Members of the Florists' Telesraph Delivery. WILLIAMSPORT, PA. WUIAHSPORT IlORAlCO.T^^,i3S!,"' RACINE, WIS. Hinohliffe, Mrs. J. T, RICHMOND, IND. Lemon & Co., F. H. RICHMOND, VA. Hammond Co. Ratcliffe. John L. ROCHESTER, MINN. Wigle, D. M. ROCHESTER, N. T. Keller Sons, J. B, Wilion. H. E. ROCKFORD, ILI.. Buokbee, H. W. ST, JOSEPH, MO. Stuppy Floral Co. ST. LOTTIS. MO. Beneke, J, J, Beyer, C3iaa, Ostertag Bros, Sanders Weber, Fred 0. Weber, F. H. Young & Sons Co. ST. PAUL, MINN. Holm & Olson, Inc. May & Co., L. L. SAGINAW, MICH. Ooetz Sons, J. B. SALT LAKE CITY Huddart Floral Co. SAN DIEGO, CAL. Boyle & Damaud SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. Darbee, Mrs. R, £. Joseph, B. M. Pelioano, Rossi ft Oo. Podesta & Baldooohl Shibeley-Mann Co. SCHENECTADY, N. Y. Champlin, M. P. SCRANTON, PA. Clark, Florist Sohultheis, Florist SEATTLE, WASH, Hollywood Gardens McCoy, L. W. Rosala Bros. SEDALIA, MO. Archias Floral Co. State Fair Floral Co. SHEBOYGAN, WIS. Matthewson, J. E. SIOUX CITY, lA. Rennison Co., J, C. Rocklin & Lehman SlOtrX FALLS, S. D, Thomas Greenhouse SOUTH BEND, IND. Beyer Floral Co. SPOKANE, WASH. Burt, A. J. SPRINGFIELD, ILL. Brown, A, C, SPRINGFIELD. MO. Summerfleld Flo. Co. SPRINGFIELD, OHIO Van Meter Fl'r Shop STEUBENVILLE, 0. Huscroft, G. L. SYRACUSE. N. Y. Mulhauser & Son, J, TACOMA, WASH, California Florist TAMPA, FLA. KnuU Flo. Co. TERRE HAUTE, IND. Heinl & Son, John O. The Rosery , TOLEDO. 0. Freeman, Mrs, J. B. Metx & Bateman Schramm Bros. TOPEKA. KAN. Hayes, James Hollcraft. Mrs. M. B. Lord's Flower Room TORONTO. CANADA Dunlop, John H. Simmons 8c Son WASHINGTON. D. 0. Blaokistone, Z. D. Gnde Bros. Co. WASHINGTON. FA. W. & W. Flower Store WATERLOO, IOWA Kemble's Greenhouses Sherwood, Chas. WAUKESHA, WIS. Waukesha Floral Co. WELLESLEY. MASS. Tailby & Son WESTERLY, B. 1. Renter ft Son, Inc. WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W. VA, Ratcliffe, John L, WILLIAMSPORT, PA. Evenden Bros. Williamsport Flrl. Co. WILMINGTON. N. C. Fowler. Mrs. L. P. WINNIPEG. Man.. Can. Rosery, The WORCESTER, MASS. Lange, H. F. A. Randall's Flower Shoo YANKTON, S. D, Gumey Greenhouse Oe.

  

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i- ,'v.7f"- •TT'Tf TV^iY'^"" VT'-*^7-iri' ' ^~ffw?Tf July 29, 1915. The Florists' Review 61 INDEX BY TOWNS OF LEAPING RETAIL FLORISIS For rmmmm of AdTortlsomont*. eonanlt tbo conoral Alpbabotloal Indom to ^d^**?"*"**"*" „„_ „,„ _ '^' AKBON, 0. MoFarlandt ALBANY, N. Y. Danker, Florist Roi«ry, The ALTOONA, FA. Myers Bros. ATLANTA, OA. Lawrence Floral Co, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Berke, Geo. H. Edwards Fl'rl Hall Co. AUBUBN, N. Y. Dobbs & Son AUROKA, ILL. Aurora Greenhouse Co. Smely, Jos. H, BALTIMORE, MD. Feast Sc Sons, 8. ~ Pierce & Co, BATTLE CR'K, MICH. Cogrgan, S. W. BIRMINGHAM, ALA. Baker, C. I. BLOOMINGTON,' ILL. Wellenr«iter & Son BOONE. IOWA Kemble's Greenhouses BOSTON, MASS. Car bone Comley, Henry R. Galvin, Inc., T. F, Newman & Sons Penn, Henry Wax Bros. BROCKTON, MASS. Hathaway, W. W. BROOKLYN, N. Y. Jahn, Huso H. Phillips, Florist Trepel, Joseph Wilson, R. O. BUFFALO, N. Y. Anderson, S. A. Palmer 8c Son, W. J. BURLINGTON, VT. Gove, The Florist Peters, W. E. CESAR RAPII>8, lA. Kramer & Son, I. N, CENTERVILLE, lA. Kemble's Greenhouses CHARLESTON, S. C. Arcade Floral Shot) Carolina Flower Store CHARLESTON. W. VA. Charleaton Cut Flo. Co. CHATHAM, N. Y. Chatham Floral Co. CHEYENNE, WYO. Underwood, Arthur A. CHICAGO Alpha Floral Co. Friedman, 0. J. Keenan, A. F., & Co. McAdams, A. McKellar, C. W. Samuelson, Chas. A. Smyth, W. J. Wienhoeber Co,, E. Wittbold Co., Geo. CHILLICOTHE, MO. Isherwood Greenhouses CINCINNATI 0. Hill Floral Co. CLARKSBURG. W. VA. Dudley ft S<ms Hay man Grhse. Co, Weber ft Sons Co. CLEVELAND, 0. Bramley ft Son Cleveland Cut Flo. Co. Gasser Co., J. M. Jones-Rttsaell Co. Graham ft Son Knoble Bros. Smith ft Fetters Co. COLO. SPRGS., COLO. Crump, F. F. Pikes Peak Flo. Co. COLUMBUS, 0. Livingston Seed Co. Wilson's Seed Store DALLAS, TEX. Dallas Floral Co. Lane Floral Co. DAYTON, O. Heiss Co. Matthews the Florist DE KALB, ILL. Johnson, J. L. DENVER, COLO. Park Floral Co. DEB MOINES, lA. Alpha Floral Co. Wilson Floral Co. DETROIT, MICH. Bemb Floral Co. Breitmeyer's Sons, J, Schroeter. B. DULUra, MINN. Duluth Floral Co. ELMIRA, N. Y. Rosery, The EL PASO, TEX/ Potter Floral Co. ol AdTortlsomont*. eonanlt tbo Konor»l Alpbabotloal Indom to AdT»rtl«omont« MITCHELL, 8. D._ ^0^T*^'bS!?.^?1,« Newburys, Inc., The Beuter ft Sons, inc. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. OAKLAND, CAL ERIE, FA. Laver, J. V. EVAN8T0N, ILL. Fischer Bros. FAIRMONT, W. VA. Weber ft Song Co.' FALL RIVER, MASS. Bodf ers ft Duggan FOR^T PARK. ILL. Klimmer's Gr'houses FORT DODGE, IOWA North Floral Co. FORT SMITH, ARK. Rye, George FORT WORTH, TEX. McAdam, J. E. FREEPORT, ILL. Bauscher, John .. OALESBURG, ILL. Drury, H. F. Pillsbury, I. L. GARY, IND. Gary Floral Co. GENEVA, N. Y, Cass, W. ft T. GRAND RAP'S, MICH^ Crabb, Arthur F. Smith, Hem-y GREEN BAY, WIS. Meier ft Co., C. GREENSBORO, N. C. Van Lindley Co. GUTHRIE, OKLA. Furrow ft Co. HARTFORD. CONN. Coombs, John HELENA, MONT. State Nursery Co. HOUSTON, TEXAS Forestdale Fl'r Shop Kerr. R. C. HUNTINGTON, W. VA. Dudley ft Sons INDIANAPOLIS, IND. Bectecmann Bros. Co. HiirnOTal Co. Wiegand ft Sons JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Mills, the Florist JACKSONVILLE. ILL. Heinl ft Sons, J. J. JERSEY CITY, N Madden, Florist KNOXVILLE, TENN. Crouch, Chas. W, KANSAS CITY, MO. Kellogg, Geo. M. Murray, Samuel Newell, A. Rock Flower Co. LA CROSSE, WIS. La Crosse Floral Co. LANCASTER, PA. Ban- ft Co., B. F. Rosery, The LEXINGTON, KY, Honaker, the Florist Keller, Florist Keller Co., John A. LIMA, 0. Zetlits, Eggert N. LINCOLN, NEB. Chapin Bros. Frey, C. H. Frey ft Frey LOS ANGELES, CAL. Darling's Flower Shop Howard ft Smith Wolfskins' ft Golden son Wright's Flower Shop LOUISVILLE, KY. Baumer, Auir. R, Schulz, Jacob Walker ft Co., F. LOWELL, MASS. Morse ft Seals LYNN, MASS. Gibbs Bros. MACON, GA. Idle Hour Nurseries MADISON, WIS. Renttchler Floral Co. MARSHALLTOWN, lA. Kemble's Greenhouses MASON CITY, lA. Kemble's Greenhouses MEMPHIS, TENN. Idlewild Greenhouses MIAMI, FLA. Miami Floral Co. Swan son's Whitted Floral Co. MILWAUKEE. WIS. Fox ft Son, J. M. MOBILE, ALA. Mlnge Floral Co. MONTCLAIR, N. J. Massmann, Florist MONTGOMERY, ALA. Rosemont Gardens MONTREAL, CANADA McKenna, Ltd. NASHVILLE, TENN. Oeny Bros. Joy Floral Co. NEWARK, N. J. Phillips Bros. NEWARK. O, Duerr, Chas, A. Kent Bros. NEW LONDON, CONN. Renter ft Sons, Inc. NEW ORLEANS, LA. Metairie Ridge Nursery Co., Ltd. Virgin, U, J. NEW YORK CITY Boston Florist Bowe, M, A. Clarke's Sons, David Dards, Chas. A. Galvin, Inc., T. F, Kottmiller, A, MaJandre Bros. McConnell, Alex. Myer Schling, Max Siebrecht & Son Stumpp, Geo. M. Trepel, C. C. Warendorff Young ft Nugent NORFOLK. VA. Grandy the Florist Clarke Bros. Thorsted Floral Co. OAKLAND, MD. * Weber & Sons Co. OMAHA, NEB, Henderson, Lewis Hess & Swoboda Stewart, S. B. OSKALOOSA, lA. Kemble's Greenhouses OTTAWA, CANADA Scrimm's Florist OTTUMWA, IOWA Criley, O. P. M. PARKERSB'G. W. VA. Dudley, Charles P. Dudley ft Sons PASSAIC, N. J. Bceery, Edward PATERSON, N. J. Soeery, Edward PEKIN, ILL. Kuhl, Geo. A. PEORIA, ILL. Kuhl, Geo. A. PHILADELPHIA. PA. Habermehl's Sons, J. J. London Flower Shop PITTSBURGH, PA. E. C. Ludwig Flrl; Co. Randolph ft MoClements Smith Co., A. W. PORTLAND, ORE. Clarke Bros. Tonsetb Floral Co. POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y, Saltford Flower Shop PROVIDENCE, R. I. - Johnston ft Co., T. J. Johnston Bros. PUEBLO. COLO. Colonial Flower Shop QUINCY. ILL. Heckenkamp, Jr., F. W RACINE, WIS Hinchliffe, Mri RICHMOND, IND CHICAGO ORDERS SBNT TO 8188.8184

 

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ARE CAREFULLY EXECUTED MICHIGAN AVSNUB ST. LOUIS, 7VTO. ■OTU PLOWmS DEUVmiD IN CITY OR STATK ON SHORT NOTICI* A5D BABTLAHD tS U lilf CnCD BOTU AHD HABILAVR Both XiOiur Dlitaaoe Phones. Ibmbar Fknlsta* Tslegnph Delivery Aaaooiatloti. J. J. Habennehl's Sons The finest floral arrangements, flowers and plants furnished on telegraphic orders. Bssi. Phihdelphia HT' nDLADELPHIA and Vicmity The LondonFlowerShop.Ud. 1800 Cheetnnt Str*«t* PHn.AnKT.PHIA. PA. Member Florists' Telesraph Delivery. AeW.SmitliCo. FLORISTS. RJSKMAK BUII.DIKO. FRED C. WEBER X-l St. Louis, Mo. W« hmy no Branch Stor* SEIiLmO FLOWERS FORTY.TWO TEAltS Member Florists' T. D. Assn. Members of Tlorists* Telerrapta Delivery Am'm EVENDEN BROS. Largest Orowert In Centrel Pe. Williamsport, Pittsburgh, Pa. Largest floral Establishment in Anefka BstabUebcd 1874-lncorponrtcd 1909 PITTSBURGH, PA. RANDOLPH & McClBNfNTS riorai lxp«rte 5936 PENN AVKNUE Members of the Florists' Telegraph Delivery Pittsburgh, Pa. 710 E. Diamond St. COURTESKS CXTE3a)a> TO THE TKADE OFXN DAT and HIGHT Members of the FlorisU' TelegrM>h Dullwg). lit'-: WILLIAMSPORT, PA. Lemon & Co.. P. BC^Jf SICHKONI), VA^' '-^ Hammond Co. ' ^ Hatcliffe, John L. ^'*f BOCHESTEB, XINH. Wigle, I>. K. KOCHESTER, N. Y. Keller Sons, J, B. BOCKFOKD, ILL. Buckbee, H. W. ST. JOSEPH, MO. Stuppy Floral Co. ST. LOUIS, MO, Beneke, J. J. Beyer, Chas, Ostertag Bros. Sanders Weber, Fred C. Weber, F. H. " ST. PAUL. MIKK. Holm & Olserff Inc. May & Co., L. L. SAGINAW, MICH. Goetz Sons, J, Jj, SALT LAKE CITY Huddart Florftlf^. SAN DIEGO, CAL. Boyle & Darnaud SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. Darbee, Mrs. R. E. Joseph, B, M. Pelioano, Rossi & Co, Fodesta & Baldocchi Shibeley-Mann Co. SCHENECTADY. N. Y. ChampUn, M. P. SCBANTOW, flT" Clark, Floris"r^ r~ Schultheis, Florist SEATTLE. WASH. Hollywood Gardens McCoy, L. W. Rosaia Bros, 8EDALIA. MO-.'TK ' Archiaa Plerkl €oi State Fair Floral Co. SHEBOYGAN, WIS. Matthe^Mon, J. E. SlOtrX CITY, IAT Rennison Oe., 3, C. SIOUX FALLS, S. D. Thomas Gitenhouse SOUTH BIND,'tits. Beyer JlflT^JiJfl, SPOKANE, WASH. Burt, A. J. SPRINGFIELD, ILL. Brown, Arc.' SPRINGFIEUV M«; SummerfleldFlo. Co. SPRING9IB»j ^10 Van HjteiOEl'r Shop STEUB^rfltUa O. Huscroft, #; L. SYRACUSE, N. Y. Mulhanser It-Sons^ J, TACOMA, VMB. California Florist TAMPA. TLA. KnuU Flo. Co. TERRE HAUTE, IND. Heinl k Soar J«hn O. TOLEDO, 0. ^ Freemaa,rafri. J. B, Mett ftSMftBAii Schramm Bros. TOPEKA, KAN. Hayes, James Holloraft, Mrs. M. B. Lord's Flower Room TORONTO. CANADA Dnnlop, John H. Simmons & Son WASHINGTON, D. C. Blackistone, Z. D. Oude Bros. Co. WASHINGTON, PA. W. ft W. Flower Store WATERLOO, IOWA Kemble's Greenhouses Sherwood, Chaa. WAUKESHA, WIS. Waukesha Floral Co, WELLE8LET, MASS. Tailby ft Son WE8TEBLY..R. I. WHITE^re^kUR* SBRSraB, W. VA. Ratcliffe, John L. WILLIAMSPORT, PA. Evenden Bros. Willi»msport Flrl. Co. WILMWiSrON. N. C. Fowler, Mrs. P. P. WINNIPEG, Man., Can. Resery, The ""■" WORCESTER, MASS. Lange, H. F. A. Randall's Flower Shop YANKTON. S. D. Gumey Greenhouse

  

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ILie 0. 1016. The Florists' Review 61 irilDEX BY TOWNS OF LEADING RETAIL FLORISTS Vor Pacas of AdTortlsoiuAnts, oonanlt tta* K«n«ral AIpluib«tloal Index to AdTortlsoinoiita AXBOV, O. XoFvUndt ALBAXr, N. Y. Danker, Floriit Xosery, The AXTOOKA, FA. Uytru Broi. ATLANTA. GA. lAwrence Floral Co. ATLANTIC CITY, N. 7. Berke, Geo. H. Edwu-ds Fl'rl Hall Co. ATTBXmN, N. Y. Sobbt & Son A1TX0BA, ILL. Aurora Greenhouse Co. Smely, Jos. M. .. BALTIMORE, MD. Feast Sc Sons, S. Pierce & Co. BATTLE CB'K, HICH. Ooggtia, S. W. BrnXINGHAM, ALA. Baker, C. I. BLOOMIKGTON. ILL. Wellenreiter & Son BOONE, IOWA Kemble^y Greenhouses BOSTOlMCASS. BosttwCut Flower Co. CarboM, Comle;^Henry R. Filene%Flower Shop Galvii^Sbc, T. F. Newi^te & Sons Fenn, Aenry WaxBjys. BRATTOEBORO, VT. Allen, florist BROCKTON, MASS. Hathaway, W. W. BROOKLYN, N. Y. Jahn, HuKO H. Phillips, Florist Trepel, Joseph Wilson. R. G. BUFFALO, N. Y. Anderson, 8. A. Palmer & Son, W. J. BTTRLINGTON, VT. Gove, The Florist Peters, W. E. CEDAR RAPIDS, lA. Kramer & Son, I. N. CENTERVILLE, lA. Kemhle's Greenhouses CHARLESTON, S. C. Arcade Floral Shop Carolina Flower Store CHARLESTON, W. VA. Charleston Cut Flo. Co. CHEYENNE, WYO. underwood, Arthur A. cmcAoo Alpha Floral Co, Franenfelder, C. Friedman, 0. J. Keenaa. A. F., & Co. XoAdama, A. McKellar, C. W. Samuelson, Chas. A. Schiller, The Florist Smyth, W. J. Wienhoeber Co., E. _Wlttbold Co., Geo. CraCINNATI, 0. Hill Floral Co, *^n^^\^0. W. VA. gndley & Sons Hayman Grhse. Co. Weber & Sons Co. CUrVELAND, 0. Bramley & Son Cleveland Cut Flo. Co. Oasser Co., J. M. Jones-Russell Co. Graham & Son Knoble Bros. Smith Sc Fetters Co. COLO. SPRG8.. COLO. Crump, F. F Pikes Peak Flo. Co COLUMBUS, 0. Livingston Seed Co Wilson's Seed Store DALLAS, TEX. Dallas Floral Co. T.f*2K Floral Co. DAYTON, 0. Heiss Co. Johnson, J. L. DENTON, TEXAS DHTVER, COLO. ^ Park Floral Co. ^?, ¥0:tm:E8, lA. Alpha Floral Co. DETROIT, MICH. Bemb Floral Co. Breitmeyer's Sons, J. Schroeter. B. DULUTH, MINN. Dnluth Floral Co. *yCRA, N. Y. Rosery, The EL PASO, TEX. Potter Floral Co. ERIE, PA. Laver, J. V. Schluraff Floral Co. EVANSTON. ILL. Fischer Bros. EVANSTON. WYO. Westhelder, L. B. FAIRMONT, W. VA. Webeafc Sons Co. FORESrPARK, ILL. Xllmmer'a Or'housei FORT DODGE, IOWA North Floral Co. FORT SMITH, ARK. Rye, Geo, FORT WORTH, TEX. '. McAdam, J. E. FREEPORT, ILL. Bausoher, John GALESBURG, ILL. Drury, H. F. Pillsbury, I. L. GARY, IND. Gary Floral Co. GENEVA, N. Y. Cass, W. & T. GRAND RAP'S, MICH. Smith, Henry GREEN BAY, WIS. Meier & Co., C. GREENSBORO, N. C. Van Lindley Co. GUTHRIE. OKLA. Furrow ie Co. HARTFORD, CONN. Coombs, John HELENA. MONT. State Nursery Co. HOUSTON, TEXAS Forestdale Fl'r Shop Kerr, R. C. HUNTINGTON, W. VA. Dudley & Sons INDIANAPOLIS, IND. Bertermann Bros. Co. Hill Floral Co. Wiesand & Sons JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Mills, the Florist JACKSONVILLE, ILL. Heinl & Sons, J. JERSEY CITY, N. J. Madden, Florist KNOXVILLE, TENN. Crouch, Chas. W. KANSAS CITY, MO. Kell(«K, Geo. M. Murray, Samuel Newell, A. Rook Flower Co. LA CROSSE, WIS. La Crosse Floral Co. LANCASTER, PA. Barr & Co., B. F. Rosery, The LE MARS, IOWA Rocklin te Lehman LEXINGTON, KY. Honaker, the Florist Keller, Florist Keller Co., John A. LIMA, O. Zetlitz, Egbert N. LINCOLN, NEB. Chapin Bros. Frey, C. H. Frey & Frey , LITTLE ROCK. ARK. Falez, Paul M, LOS ANGELES, CAL. Darling's Flower Shop Howard & Smith Wolfskins' & Golden- son Wright's Flower Shop LOUISVILLE, KY. Baumer, Aug. R> Schulz, Jacob Walker & Co., F. LOWELL. MASS. Morse & Beals LYNN, MASS. Gibbs Bros. MACON, GA. Idle Hour Nurseries MADISON. WIS. Rentschler Floral Co., MARSHALLTOWN. lA. Kemble's Greenhouses MASON CITY, lA. Kemble's Greenhouses MEMPHIS, TENN. Idlewild Greenhouses MIAMI, FLA. Miami Floral Co, MITCHAL, S. D. Newburys, Inc., The MINNEAPOLIS. MINN. Swanson's Whitted Floral Co. MILWAUKEE. WIS. Fox & Son, J. M. Zimmermann, W. C. MOBILE, ALA. Minge Floral Co, MONTCLAIR, N. J. Massmann. Florist MONTGOMERY, ALA. Rosemont Gardens MONTREAL, CANADA McKenna, Ltd. MT. CLEMENS. MICH. Von Boeselager, Aug. NASHVILLE. TENN. Geny Bros. Joy Floral Co. NEWARK. N. J. Philips Bros, NEWARK, 0. Duerr, Chas. A. Kent Bros. NEWBURYFORT, Mass. Pearson, E. W. NEW LONDON. CONN. Renter & Sons, Inc. NEW ORLEANS, LA. Metairie Ridge Nursery Co., Ltd, Virgin, U. J. NEW YORK CITY Boston Florist Bowe, M. A. Clafke's Sons, David Dards, Chas. A. Galvin. Inc., T. F. Kottmiller, A. Malandre Bros, McConnell, Alex. Myer Schling, Max Siebrecht & Son Stumpp, Geo. M. Trepel, C. C. Warendorff Young & Nugent NORFOLK. VA. Grandy the Florist NORWICH. CONN. Reuter & Sons, Inc. OAKLAND, CAL. Clarke Bros. OAKLAND. MD. Weber & Sons Co. OMAHA, NEB. Henderson, Lewis Hess & Swoboda Stewart, S. B. OSKALOOSA, lA. Kemble's Greenhouses OTTAWA. CANADA Scrimm's Florist OTTUMWA, IOWA Criley. 0. P. M. PARKERSB'G, W. VA. Dudley, Charles P. Dudley & Sons PASSAIC, N. J. Sceery, Edward PATERSON, N. J. Sceery, Edward FEKIN, ILL. Kuhl. Geo. A. PEORIA, ILL. Kuhl, Geo. A. PHILADELPHIA. FA. Habermehl's Sons, J. J. London Flower Shop PITTSBURGH, FA. E. C. Ludwig Flrl. Co. Randolph & McClements Smith Co., A. W. PITTSFIELD, MASS. Flower Shop, The PORTLAND. ORE. Clarke Bros. Tonseth Floral Co. FOUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y. Saltford Flower Shop PROVIDENCE, R. L Johnston & Co., T. J. Johnston Bros. PUEBLO. COLO. Colonial Flower Shop QUINCY, ILL. Heokenkamp, Jr., F. W, CHICAGO ORDERS SBNT TO

 

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ARE CAREFULLY EXECUTED S188-2134 MICHIGAN AVENUE ST. LOUIS, 7VYO. • FLOWERS DEUVCRED IN CITY OR STATE ON SHORT NOTICE- AVEims r* Wmm wwCDCIl ^ avenues Both Lone Distaxioe Phones. Uamber Florists* Tslecnph Dellveir Association. J. J. HabenneM's Sons The finest floral arrangements, flowers and plants furnished on telegraphic orders. B^zi. Phfladelphia t^' rniLADELPlIU and Vidnity The London Flower Shop, Ltd. 1800 Chestnut Street. PHII.ADKLPHIA, PA. Member Florists' Telegraph Delivery. FRED C. WEBER ^^^. St. Louis, Mo. W« bave no Branob Store SELLING FLOWERS FORTY-ONE YEARS Member Florists' T. D. Ass'n Members of Florists' Telegrapb DeUrery Aas'a EVENDEN BROS. ^a*,S^r" WiUiamtport, Pa. Ao Wo Smith COo ... FLORISTS ... '^^^a, Pittsburgh, Pa. largest floral Establishment in America Established 1874—Incorpomtcd 1909 PITTSBURGH, PA. RANDOLPH & McCLEMBnS Floral Experts 8936 PCNN AVENUE Menben of the FloriBts' Telegr&ph Deltvctv Pittsburgh, Pa* 710 E. Diamond St. COURTESIES EXTENDED TO THE TKADE OPKN DAT and NIGHT Members of the Florists' Telegraph Delivery. -£Ct"' iiclv\ii liori^'^' WILUAMSPORT, PA. WlLLUHSrORT TUmLCO.^i^j-' EACINE, WIS. Hinohliffe, Mrs. J, T. BICHHOND, INS. Lemon & Co., F. H. RICHMOND, VA. Hammond Co. Batcliffe. John L. BOCHESTEK, MINN. BraRK's Floral Store Wigle, D. M. BOCHESTEB, N. Y. Keller Sons, J. B. Wilson, K. £. BOCKEOBD, ILL. Buckbee, H. W. ST. JOSEPH, MO. Stuppy Floral Co. ST. LOUIS, MO. Beneke, J. J. Beyer, Chas. Kalisob Bros. Ostertagr Bros. Sanders Weber, Fred C. Weber, F. H. Toung & Sons Co. ST. PAUL, MINN. Holm & Olson, Inc. May & Co., L. L, SAGINAW, MICH. Goetz Sons, J. B. SALT LAKE CITY Huddart Floral Co. SAN DIEGO, CAL. Boyle & Damaud SAN FBANCISCO, CAL. Darbee, Mrs. B. E. Joseph, B. M. Felicano, Bossi & Co, Fodesta & Baldocchi Shibeley-Mann Co. SCHENECTADY, N. Y. Champlin, M. P. SCRANTON, PA. Clark, Florist Scbultheis, Florist SEATTLE, WASH. Hollywood Gardens McCoy, L. W. Rosaia Bros. SEDALIA, MO. Archias Floral Co. SHEBOYGAN, WIS. Matthewson, J. E. SIOUX CITY, lA. Rennison Co., J. C, Rocklin & Lehman SIOUX FALLS, 8. D. Thomas Greenhouse SOUTH BEND, IND. Beyer Floral Co. SPOKANE. WASH. Burt, A. J. SPRINGFIELD. ILL. Brown, A. C. SPRINGFIELD, MO. Summerfleld Flo. Co. SPRINGFIELD. OHIO Van Meter Frr Shop STEUBENVILLE, 0. Huscroft, O. L. SYRACUSE, H. T. Mulhauser & Son, J, TACOMA. WASH. California Florist TAMPA. FLA. KnuU Flo. Co. TERRE HAUTE. IND. Heinl & Son, John O. The Rosery TOLEDO, 0. Freeman, Mrs. J. B. Metz & Bateman Schramm Bros. TOPEKA, KAN. Hayes, James Hollcraft. Mrs. M. B. Lord's Flower Room TORONTO, CANADA Dunlop, John H. Simmons & Son WASHINGTON, D. C. Blackistone. Z. D, Gude Bros. Co. WASHINGTON. PA. W. & W. Flower Store WATERLOO, IOWA Kemble's Greenhouses Sherwood, Chas. WELLESLEY. MASS. Tailby & Son WESTERLY, B. I. Reuter & Son, Inc. WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS. W. VA. Ratcliffe, John L. WILLIAMSPOET, FA. Evenden Bros. Willlamsport Flrl. Co. WILMINGTON. N. C. Fowler, Mrs. L. P. WINiriFEG. Man., Can. Rosery. The WORCESTER. MASS. Lange, H. F. A. Randall's Flower Sh<« YANKTON, S. D. Gumey Greenhouie Q*.

  

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August 26, 1915. The Florists' Revkw INDEX BY TOWNS OF LEADING RETAIL FLORISTS Vor of AdTwtlaamMita, eonanlt th« canaiml Alphmbatloal Ind«z to AdTartlsoaioiitfl AKBON. 0. MoFarlands ALBANY, N. Y. Danker, Floriat Olo«okn«r, Wm. BoMry, Tn* ALTOONA. FA. Xyert Bros. ATLANTA, OA. Lawrence Floral Qo. ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. Berke, Geo. H. Edwards Fl'rl Hall C«. AVBUBN, N. Y. Dobba ft Son AXmOEA, ILL. Aurora OfeenbouM Co. Smely, Joa. M. BALTIMOBE, MS. Feast Se Sons, 8. Fierce & Co. BATTLE CR'K, MICH. Conan, B. W. BIBMINOHAM, ALA. Baker, 0. I. BL00MIN6T0N, ILL. Wellenreiter & Son BOONE. IOWA Xemble's Greenhouses BOSTON. MASS. Carbone Comley, Henry R. Oalvin, Inc., T. F. Newman & Sons Fenn, Henry Wax Bros. BBOCKTON, MASS. Hathaway, W. W. BBOOKLYN. N. Y. Jahn, Huso H. Phillips, Florist Trepel, Joseph Wilson. B. O. BUFFALO, N. Y. Anderson, S. A. Palmer & Son, W. J, BURLINGTON. VT. Gove, The Florist Peters. W. E. CEDAR RAPIDS. lA. Kramer St Son, I. N. CENTERVILLE. lA. Kemble's Greenhouses CHARLESTON, S. C. Aroade Floral Shop Carolina Flower Store CHARLESTON, W. VA. Charleston Cut Flo, Co. CHATHAM. N. Y. Chatham Floral Co. CHEYENNE. WYO. Underwood, Arthur A. CHICAGO Alpha Floral Co. Fisk, Inc., C. H. Friedman, 0. J. Keenan, A. F,, & Co. McAdams, A. McKellsr, C. W. Samuelson, Chas. A. Smyth, W. J. Wienhoeber Co., E. Wittbold Co.. Geo. CHILLICOTHE. MO. Isherwood Greenhouses CINCINNATI, 0. Hill Floral Co. CLARKSBURG, W, VA. Dudley & Sons Hayman Grhse. Co. Weber & Sons Co. CLEVELAND. 0. Bramley & Son Cleveland Cut Flo, Co. Gasser Co., J. M. Jones-Russell Co. Graham & Son Knoble Bros. Smith ft Fitters Co. CLINTON, IOWA Bather, Andrew COLO. SPRGS., COLO. • Crump. F. F. Pikes Peak Flo. Co. COLUMBUS. 0. Livingston Seed Co, Wilson's Seed Store DALLAS. TEX. Dallas Floral Co. Lang Floral Co. DAYTON, O. Heiss Co. Matthews the Florist DE KALB, ILL. Johnson, J. L. DENVER, COLO. Park Floral Co. DES MOINES. lA. Alpha Floral Co. Wilson Floral Co. DETROIT. MICH, Bemb Floral Co, Breitmeyer's Sons, J, Schroeter, B. DULUTH. MINN. Duluth Floral Co, ELMIRA. N. Y. Rosery, The EL PASO, TEX. Potter Floral Co. ERIE, PA. Lavpr, J. V. EVAN8T0N, ILL. Fiaoher Bros. FAIRMONT, W. VA. Weber & Sons Co. FALL RIVER. MASS. Rodcers & Dugfan FOREST PARK. ILL. Klimmer's Gr'houses FORT DODGE, IOWA North Floral Co. FORT SMITH, ARK. Rye, Oeorae FORT WORTH, TEX, MoAdam, J. E. FREEPORT. ILL. Bausohar, John .. GALESBURG, ILL. Drury, H. F. Pillsbury, I. L. GARY, IND. Gary Floral Co. GENEVA, N. Y. Cass, W. & T. GRAND RAP'S. MICH. Crabb, Arthur F. Crabb & Hunter Smith. Henry GREEN BAY, WIS. Meier & Co.. C. GREENSBORO. N. C. Van Lindley Co. GUTHRIE. OKLA. Furrow & Co. HARTFORD, CONN, Coombs, John HELENA, MONT. State Nursery Co. HOUSTON. TEXAS Forestdale Fl'r Shop Kerr. R. C. HUNTINGTON, W. VA, Dudley & Sons INDIANAPOLIS, IND. Bertermann Bros. Co. Hill Floral Co. Wiegand & Sons JACKSONVILLE. FLA. Mills, the Florist JACKSONVILLE. ILL. Heinl & Sons, J. JERSEY CITY. N. J. Madden, Florist KNOXVILLE, TENN, Crouch, Chas. W. KANSAS CITY, MO. Kellogg, Geo. M. Murray, Samuel Newell, A. Rook Flower Co. LA CROSSE, WIS. La Crosse Floral Co. LANCASTER, PA. .Barr & Co., B. F. Rosery, The LEXINGTON. KY. Honaker, the Florist Keller, Florist Keller Co., John A. LIMA. O. Zetlitz, Eggert N. LINCOLN, NEB, Ohapin Broa. Frey, C. H. Frey & Frey LOS ANGELES. CAL. Darling's Flower Shop Howard ft Smith Wolfskins' ft Oolden- son Wright's Flower Shop LOUISVILLE. KY. Baumer, Aug. R. Schulz, Jacob Walker ft Co., F. LOWELL, MASS. Morse ft Reals LYNN. MASS. Gibbs Bros. MACON. GA. Idle Hour Nurseries MADISON, WIS. Rentsohler Floral Co, MARSHALLTOWN, lA. Kemble's Greenhouses MASON CITY. lA. Kemble's Greenhouses MEMPHIS, TENN, Idlewild Greenhouses MIAMI, FLA. Miami Floral Co, MITCHELL, 8. D. Newburys, Inc., The MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. Swanson's Whitted Floral Co. MILWAUKEE, WIS. Fox & Son, J. M. MOBILE, ALA. Minge Floral Co. MONTCLAIR, N. J. Massmann, Florist MONTGOMERY, ALA. Rosemont Gardens MONTREAL, CANADA McKenna, Ltd. NASHVILLE, TENN. Geny Broa. Joy Floral Co. NEWARK, N. J. Phillips Bros. NEWARK. 0. Duerr, Chas, A. Kent Bros. NEW LONDON. CONN. Router & Sons, Ino. NEW ORLEANS, LA. Metairie Ridge Nursery Co., Ltd. Virgin. U. J. NEW YORK CITY Boston Florist Bowe, M. A. Clarke's Sons. David Dards. Chas. A. Galvin, Inc., T. F. Kottmiller. A. Malandre Broa. McConnell, Alex. Myer SonUng, Max Siebrecht & Son Stumpp. Geo. M. Trepel, C. C. Wsrendorff Young & Nugent NORFOLK. VA. Grandy the Florist NORWICH, CONN. Router ft Boas, Inc. OAKLAND, CAL. Clarke Bros. OAKLAND. MD. Weber ft Sons Co. OMAHA. NEB. . Henderson, Lewis Hess ft fiwoboda Stewart, S. B. 08KAL00SA. lA. Kemble's Greenhouses OTTAWA, CANADA Sorimm's Florist OTTUMWA, IOWA Criley, 0. F. M. FARKERSB'G., W. VA. Dudley, Charles P. Dudley ft Sons PASSAIC, N. J. Sceery, Edward PATERSON, N. J. Soeery. Edward PEKIN. ILL. Kuhl. Geo. A. PEORIA. ILL. Kuhl, Geo. A. PHILADELPHIA, PA. Habermehl's Sons, J. J. London Flower Shop PITTSBURGH, PA. E. C. Ludwig Flrl. Co. Randolph ft ' McClements Smith Co., A. W. PORTLAND. ORE. Clarke Bros. Tonseth Floral Co. POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y. Saltford Flower Shop PROVIDENCE. R. L Johnston ft Co.. T. J. Johnston Bros. PUEBLO. COLO. Colonial Flower Shop QUINCY, ILL. Heokenkamp, Jr., F. W, CHICAGO ORDERS

 

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SENT T:copyright: ARE CAREFULLY EXECUTED ST. LOUIS. 7VTO. • FLOWERS DEUVERED IN CITY OR STATE ON SHORT NOTICE- BOTIiK AND HIBTLAND WS U lAf ETilirD BOTLB AND ■ABTLIHD ATBNUSS mm vla YwEDER , ATBNUS8 Both Lone Distance Phonesc Mambor Florists* Telegnpb belirery Association: J. J. HabenneU's Sons The finest floral arrangements, flowers and planta furnished on telegraphic orders. Tka B«lleTne* Stratford. Philadelphia Broad and Walaat 8treeta. riDLADELPHIA and Vicmity The London Flower Shop,Ltd. 1800 Cheatnnt Street. PHILADKLPHLA, PA. Member Florists' Telegraph Delivery. FRED C. WEBER *^U. St. Louis, Mo. We have no Braneb Store SELLING FLOWERS FORTY-TWO TEABS Member Florists' T. D. Aaen. EVENDEN BROS. Sf^IrS"^" WiUiamsport. Pa. Ao Wo Smith COo . . FLORISTS • . • '^SLt?No Pittsburgh, Pa. Largest Florat Establishment in America EatahHwhed l«74—Incornormted 1000 PITTSBURGH, PA. RANDOLPH & McClEMENTS Floral Experts 5936 PENN AVENUE Members of the Florists' Telegraph Delivery Pittsburgh, Pa. 710 E. Diamond St. COURTESICS EXTENDED TO THE TRADE OPKN DAT and NIGHT Members of the Florists' Telegraph Delivery. WILLIAMSPORT, PA. WIUIAHSPORT nORAL CO-^'ftlrSS'."' floral Cot^P ' BACINE. WIS. Hinohliffe, Mri. 3. T. BICHMOND, INB. Lemon & Co., F, H. RICHMONI), VA. Hammond Co. Batcliffe, John L. ' BOCHESTEB. MINM. !. Wigle. D. M. BOCHESTEB, N. T. Keller Sons, J. B. BOCKFOBD. ILL. Buokhee, H. W. ST. JOSEPH, MO. Stuppy Floral Co. ST. LOUIS, HO. Beneke, J. J, Beyer, Chai, Ostertag Bros. ' Sanders Weber, Fred C. Weber. F. H. ST. PAUL. MINN. Holm & Olson, Inc. May ft Co., L. L. SAGINAW. MICH. Goetz Sons, J, B, SALT LAKE CITY Huddart Floral 0*. SAN DIEGO, CAL. Boyle & Darnaud SAN FBANCISCO. CAL. Darbee, Mrs. B. E. Joseph, B. M. Pelicano, Boss! ft Co. Podesta & Baldocohi Shibeley-Mann Co. SCHENECTADY, N. T. Champlin, M. P. SCRANTON, PA. Clark, Florist Schultheis. Florist SEATTLE, WASH. Hollywood Gardens McCoy, L. W. Bosaia Bros, SEDALIA, MO. Archias Floral Co. State Fair Floral Co. SHEBOYGAN, WIS. Matthewson, J. E. 8I0UZ CITY, lA, Bennison Co., J. C, SIOUX FALLS, S, D. Thomas Greenhouse SOUTH BEND, IND. Beyer Floral Co, SPOKANE, WASH, Burt, A. J, BFBINGFIELD, ILL, Brown, A, C. SPBINGFIELD, MO. Summerfleld Flo, Co. SPBINGFIELD, OHIO Van Meter Fl'r Shop STEUBENVILLE, 0. Huscroft, G, L, 8YBACUSE. N. Y, Mulhauser & Sons, J. TACOMA, WASH. California Florist TAMPA, FLA. Knull Flo. Co, TEBRE HAUTE, IND, Heinl ft Son, John O. TOLEDO. 0. Freeman, Mrs, J. B. Metz & Bateman Schramm Bros. TOPEKA, KAN, Hayes. James Hollcraft. Mrs. M, B. Lord's Flower Boom TOBONTO, CANADA Dunlop, John H, Simmons & Son URBANA, 0, East Lawn Gardens WASHINGTON, D, C. Blackistone. Z. D. Gude Bros. Co. WASHINGTON, PA, W. & W, Flower Stor« WATEBLOO, IOWA Kemble's Greenhouses Sherwood, Chas. WAUKESHA. WIS. Waukesha Floral Co, WELLESLEY. MASS. Tailby St Son WESTERLY, B, I, Beuter St Son, Inc. WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W. VA. Batcliffe. John L. WILLIAM8P0ET, PA. Evenden Bros, WiUiamsport Flrl. Co. WILMINGTON, N, 0. Fowler. Mrs. P. P, WINNIPEG. Man,, Can. Bosery. The WOBCESTEB, MASS. Lange, H, F, A. Bandall's Flower Shop YANKTON, 8, D. Onmey Oreeahouse S ■■

  

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Mabch 18, 1916. The Florists' Review 93 INDEX BY TOWNS OF LEADING RETAIL FLORISTS ror PaK«a of AilTsrtisemvnts, oonsult tb« B*n«ral Alpliabetioal Indoz to AdT«rtla«iu«nta AKBON, 0. MoFarlands ALBANY. N. T. Danker, Floriit Boiery, The ALTOONA, PA. Myers Bro«. ATLANTA, OA. Lawrence Floral Oo. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Berke, Geo. H. Edwardi Fl'rl Hall Oo. AtTBURN, N. Y. Bobbi & Bon AUOVSTA, OA. Balk's Nnrsery AUBORA, ILL. Aurora Oreenhouse Co. Smaly, Jos. M. VALTIMOBE. KB. Feast & Bona, 8. Fiedler ft Co., A. O. Pierce & Co. BATTLE CR'K, MICH. Cogran, S. W. BIRMINOHAH, ALA. Baker, 0.1. BLOOMINOTON, ILL. Wellenreiter ft Bon BOONE. IOWA Kemble's Greenhouses BOSTON, MASB. Boston Out Flower Co. Carbon* Comley, Henry R. Filene's Flower Shop Galvin, Inc., T. F. Newman ft Sons Penn, Henry Wax Bros. BRATTLEBORO, VT. Allen, Florist BROCKTON, MASS. Hathaway, W. W. BROOKLYN, N. Y. Jahn, Huro H. Phlllips/Florist Trepel, Joseph WUson, R. O. BUFFALO, N. Y. Anderson, S. A. Palmer ft Bon, W. J. BURLINGTON, VT. Gove, The Florist FeterS(W. E. OEDAR RAPIDS, lA. Kramer ft Son, i. N, CENTERYILLE, lA. Kemble's Greenhouses CHARLESTON. B. 0. Aroade Floral Shop Carolina Flower Store CHARLESTON, W. VA. Charleston Cut Flo. Co. CHEYENNE, WYO. Underwood, Arthur A. CHICAGO Alpha Floral Co, Franenfeldar Co. Friedman, O. 3. Keenan, A. F., ft Co. MoKallar, C. W. Samuelson, Ohas. A. Sohiller, Th« Florist Smyth, W. J. Wienhoober Co., E. Wittbold Co., 0*0. CINCINNATI. 0. Hill Floral Co. CLARKSBURG, W. VA. Dudley ft Sons Hayman Gmhse. Ck>. Weber ft Sons Co. CLEVELAND, 0. Bramley ft Son Cleveland Cut Flo. Oo. Eadie Co., Jas. Oassor Co., J. X. Jones-Russell Co. Graham ft Son Xnobla Broa. Smith ft Fetters Oo. OOLO. SPRGS., COLO. Cramp, F. F. Plkea Peak Flo. 0*. COLUXBUS. 0. LiTlncston Seed Oe. Wilson's Seed Store DALLAS, TEX. Dallas Floral Oo. Lane Floral Oo. DAYTON. O. Halaa Oe. Matthews fho Flotlst OE KALB, ILL. Johnson, J. L. DENTON, TEXAS Dan ton Floral Co, DENVER, OOLO. Park Floral Oo. DEB MOINES. lA. Alpha Floral Oo. WUmb Floral Oo. DETROIT, MIOH. Bomb Floral Oo. Rreitmeyer'a Bona, 7. Sohrooter. B. DULUTH. MnrH. Dninth Floral Oi*. SL PASO. TXX. Pottor riotml 0*. ERIE, PA. Lavor, J. V. Sohluraff Floral Co. EVANBTON, ILL. Fischer Bros. EVANBTON, WYO. Westholder, L. B. FAIRMONT, W. VA. Weber ft Sons Co. FOREST PARK, ILL. Klimmer's Gr'houses FORT DODGE, IOWA North Floral Co. FORT SMITH, ARK. Rye, Geo. FORT WORTH, TEX. McAdam. J. £. FREEPORT, ILL. Bausoher, John GALESBURG, ILL. Drnry, H. F. Pillsbury, I. L. GARY, IND. Gary Floral Co. GENEVA, N. Y. Cass, W. ft T. GRAND RAP'S, MICH. Smith, Henry GREEN BAY, WIS. Meier ft Co., C. GREENSBORO, N. C. Van Undley Co. GUTHRIE, OXLA. Furrow ft Co. HARTFORD, CONN. Coombs, John HELENA, MONT. State Nursery Oo. HOUSTON, TIQEAS Forestdalo Fl'r Shop Kerr, R. 0. HUNTINGTON, W. VA Dudley ft Sons INDIANAPOLIS, IND. Bertermann Bros. Oo. Hill Floral Co. Wlegrand ft Sons JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Mills, the Florist JACKSONVILLE, ILL. Heinl ft Sons, J. JERSEY CITY, N. J. Madden, Florist KNOXVILLE, TENN. Crouch, Chas. W. KANSAS CITY, MO. Kellogg, Geo. M. Murray, Samuel NewelL, A. Rook Flower Co. LA CROSSE, WIS. La Crosse Floral Co. LANCASTER. PA. Barr ft Co., B. F. Rosery, The LE MARS, IOWA Rooklin ft Lehman LEXINGTON, KY. Keller, Florist Keller, John A. LIMA, 0. Zetlitz. Eggert N. LINCOLN, NEB. Chapin Bros. Frey, 0. H. Frey ft Frey LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Pales. Paul M. LOS ANGELES, OAL. Darling's Flower Shop Howard & Smith Wolfskills' ft Golden- son Wright's Flower Shop LOUISVILLE, KY. Banmer, Aug. R. Sohulc, JaooD Walker ft Cov F. LOWELL. MASiB. Morse 4k'Baals LYNN, MASST Glbbs Bros. MACON, OA. Idle Hour Nurseries MADISON, WIS. Rentsohler Floral Co.. MAR8HALLT0WN, lA. Kemble's Greenhouses MASON CITY, lA. Kemble's Greenhouses MEMPHIS, TENN. Idlewild Greenhouses MIAMI, FLA. Miami Floral Co, MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. Swan son's Whitted Floral Co. MILWAUKEE, WIS. Fox ft Son, J. M. Zimmermann, W. 0. MITCHELL, S. D. Newburys, Inc., The MOBILE, ALA. Minge Floral Co. MONTCLAIR, N, J. Maasmann, Florist MONTGOMERY, ALA. Rosemont Gardens MT. CLEMENS, MICH. Von Boeselager, Aug. NASHVILLE, TENN. Geny Bros. Joy Floral Co. NEWARK, N. J. Philips Bros. NEWARK, O. Duerr, Chas. A. Kent Bros. NEWBURYPORT, Mass. Pearson. E. W. NEW LONDON, CONN. Reuter & Son, Inc. NEW ORLEANS, LA. Metairie Ridge Nursery Co., Ltd. Virgin, U. J. NEWPORT, R. I. Bunyard Floral Co. NEW YORK CITY Boston Florist - Bowo, M. A. Bunyard, A. T. Clarke's Sons, David Dards, Chas. A. Galvin, Inc., T. F. Kottmlller, A. McConnell, Alex. Mver Bohllng. Max Siebreoht ft Son Stumpp. Geo. M. Warendorff Young ft Nugent NORFOLK, VA. , Grandy the Florist NORWICH. CONN. Reuter ft Sons, Ino. OAKLAND, CAL. Clarke Bros. OAKLAND, MD. Weber ft Sons Co. OMAHA. NEB. Henderson, Lewis Hess ft Swoboda Stewart, S. B. OSKALOOSA, lA. Kemble's Greenhouses OTTAWA, CANADA Scrimm's Florist OTTUMWA, IOWA Criley, 0. P. M. PARKERSB'G, W. VA. Dudley, Charles P. Dudley ft Sons PASSAIC, N. J. Soeery, Edward PATERBON. N. J. Sceery, Edward PEKIN. ILL. Kuhl, Geo. A PEORIA, ILL. Kuhl, Geo. A. PHILADELPHIA, PA. Habermehl's Sons, J. J. London Flower Shop PITTSBURGH, PA. E. C. Ludwlg FlrL Co. Randolph ft McOlements Smith Co., A W. PITTSFIELD, MASS. Flower Shop, Tho PORTLAND, ORE. Clarke Bros. Tonseth Floral Oo. POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y. Baltford Flower Shop PROVIDENOE, R. I. Johnaton ft Co., T. J. Johnston Bros. PUEBLO, COLO. Colonial Flower Shop CHICAGO ORDERS SBNT TO

 

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ARE CAREFULLY EXECUTED 8188.2184 MICHIGAN AVENUE ST. LOUIS, T^O. • FLOWERS DEUVEREO IN CITY OR STATE ON SHORT NOTICE' B0TL8 AND aABTLAMD C U lAf dSBD BOTLB AITD HABTLANO AVBNUSS I ■ Via WWElDElll , ATENUKS Both Lons Distaaoe Phones. Member Florista* Telegraph Delivery Assodatdon. J. J. Habennehl's Sons The finest floral arrangements, flowers and plants furnished on telegrraphlc orders. Kk;i. Phfladelphia IBr PHILADELPHU and Vicinity The London FlowerShop,Ltd 1800 Cbestnut Street. PHILADELPHIA, PA. Member Florists' Telegraph Delivery. FRED C. WEBER ^:iu. St. Louis, Mo. We have no Branch Store SELLING FLOW£RS FORTT-ONE TEARS Member Florists' T. D. Ass'n Members of Florists' Telecraph DeUvery Am'm EVENDEN BROS. S^^.'?r" Williamtport. P«. Ao Wo Smith Co. • . . FLORISTS . . . "]^t?No. Pittsburgh, Pa. Largest Floral Establishment in America Established 1874—Incorporated 1909 PITTSBURGH, PA. RANDOLPH & McaBNOm Floral Experts 8936 PENN AVENUE Menoera of the Florista' Telegrapb DellMn Pittsburgh, Pa. 710 E. Diamond St. COURTESIES EXTENDED TO TBE TRADE OPEN DAT and NIGHT • Members of the Florists' Telegraph Delivery. WILUAMSPORT, PA. wmuNsroKT hoiulco.'^'^^'.--' aUINOY. ILL. Heckenkamp, 7r.,F.W. BAOINE, WIS. Hinohliffe, Mrs. J. T. aiCHMOMD, IND. Lemon & Co., F. H. BICHMONS. VA Hammond Oo. Batoliffe, John L. BOOH£STEB, MINN. Bran's Floral Store Wirie, D. M. B0CHE8TEB, N. Y. Keller Sons, J. B. Wilson, H. E. BOCKFOBD, ILL. Buckbee, H. W. Bockford Floral Co. ST. JOSEPH, MO. StuppyFloral Oo. ST, LOOTS, MO. Beneke, J. J. Berer, Chas. Orimm & Gorly Kalisoh Bros. Oitertar Bros. Sanders Weber, FTed 0. Weber. F. H. YoungSc Sons Oo. ST, PATTL, MINN. Holm & Olson, Ino. „ May & Co., L. L. SAOINAW, incH. Ooetz Sons, J. B, SALT LAKE CITY Huddart Floral Oo. SAN DIEOO, OAL. Boyle ft Bamaud SAN FBANCISCO, OAL. Barbee, Mrs. B. E. Joseph, B. M. Felioano, Boss! & Co. Podesta k BaldocoU SCHENECTADY, N. Y. Ohamplin, M. P. SCKANTON, PA. Clark, Florist Scbnltheis, Florist SEATTLE, WASH. Hollywood Gardens KoCoy, L. W. Bosaia Bros, SEDAUA, MO. Arohias Floral Co. SHEBOYGAN, WIS. SIOUX CITY, lA Bennlson Co., J. 0, Bocklia ft Lehman SIOUX FALLS, S. D. Thomas Greenhouse SOUTH BEND. IND. ^ Beyer Floral Co. SPOKANE, WASH. Burt. A. J. SPBINOFIELD, ILL. Brown, A. 0, SPRINGFIELD, MO. Summerfleld Flo. Co. SPBINGFIELD, OHIO Van Meter Fl'r Sho» STEUBENVnXE, 0. Huscroft, G. L, SraACUSE, N. T. Mulhanser ft Sea, J. TACOMA, WASH. California Florist TAMPA. FLA. Knull Flo. Co. TEBKE HAUTE. DTD. . Heinl ft Son, Joha O. The Bosery TOLEDO, 0. Freeman, Mrs. 3, B. Mets & Batemaa Schramm Bros. TOPEXA. KAN. Hayes, James Eolloraft, Mrs. M. B. Lord's Flower Boom TOBONTO. CANADA Dunlop, John H. Simmons ft Son WASHINOTON, D. O. . BlaUstone. Z. D. Gude Bros. Co. wASHnroTOv, pa. W. ft W. Flower 8tor« WATEBLOO, IOWA Kemble's Oreenhooaes Sherwood, Chas. WELLESUY. MAM. TaUtaTft Bob WEST bVLPHITB SPBINGS. W. TA Batoliffe, John L. WESTEBLY, R. I. Benter ft Boa, Ino. WILUAMSPORT, PA. Erenden Broa. Wtmamaport FlrL Ok WILMINOTOH. H. a Fowler, Mrs. Z. P. WINNIPEq. Man., Oaa. BeseiT. The WOBOEiSTER. MASS. Leaf e. R. f. A Randall's Flower Sksf TANXTOV. S. :copyright:. Onmey Oreenheasa ••. T0UVO8T0WV, 0. Diauad CSn R. W.

  

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■.J7^* If?'/ ; ^uniiyT^-- .if. Jl'nk 17, 1915. The Florists* Review 53 INDEX BY TOWNS OF LEADING RETAIL FLORISTS AKBON, 0. KoFarlands ALBANY, N. T. I)«iik«r, Floriat BoMrTi Tb* AXTOONA, PA. Myers B»». ATLANTA, OA. Lawrence Floral Co. ATLANTIC 0IT7, H. J. Berke. Oeo. H. Edwards Fl'rl Hall Oo. ATJBimN. V. T. Dobba * Son AVBOBA, ILL. Anrora Oreenhonie Co. Smely. Jos. M. BALTmOBE. XD. Feast te Sons, S. Plerpe ft Co. BATTLE CB'K, ICIOH. Oorvaa, g. W. BnUONOHAK. ALA. Baker. 0.1. BLOOIONOTON, ILL. Wellenreiter ft Bon BOONE, IOWA * Kemble's Oreenhonses BOSTON, KASS. Oarbmie Comley, Henry B. OalTla, Ino., T. F. Newman ft Sons Penn, Henry Wax Bros. BBOCXTON. MASS. Hatbaway. W. W. BBOOXLTN, N. T. Jabn. Hnco H. Phillips, Florist Trepel, Joseph Wilson. B. 6. BUFFALO. N. T. Anderson, 8. A, Palmer ft Son. W. J. BUBLINOTON, VT. Goto, The Florist Peters, W. E. CEDAR RAPIDS, lA. Kramer ft Son, I. N. CENTERVILLE, lA. Kemble's Greenhouses CHARLESTON. S. C. Aroade Floral Shop Carolina Flower Store CHARLESTON, W. VA. Charleston Cut Flo, Co. CHATHAM, N. Y. Chatham Floral Co. CHEYENNE, WYO. Underwood. Arthur A. CHICAGO Alpha Floral Co. Friedman. 0. J. Keenan, A. F., ft Co. MoAdams, A. MoXellar, C. W. Samuelson, Chas. A. Schiller, The FlorUt Smyth. W. J. Wlenhoeber Co.. E. Wittbold Co.. Geo. CINCINNATI, 0. Hill Floral Co. CLARK8BT7RO. W. YA. Dudley ft Sons Hayman Grbse. Co. Weber ft Sons Co. CLEVELAND, O. Bramley ft Son Cleveland Cut Flo. Co. Gasser Co.. J. M. Jones-Russell Co. Graham ft Son Knoble Bros. Smith ft Fetters Co. COLO. SPROS., COLO. Crump, F. F. Pikes Peak Flo. Co, COLUKBtrS, 0. Livinrston Seed Co Wilson's Seed Store DALLAS, TEX. Dallas Floral Co. Lang Floral Co. DAYTON, 0. Heiss Co. Matthews the Florist DE KALB, ILL. Johnson, J. L. DENVER, COLO. Park Floral Co. DE8 MOINES. lA. Alpha Floral Co. WUson Floral Co. DETROIT. MICH. Bemb Floral Co. Breitmeyer's Sons, J. Schroeter, B. DTTLTTTH, MINN. Dnluth Floral Co. ELMIRA. N. Y. Rosery. The EL PASO, TEX. Potter Floral Co. ERIE. PA. Laver, J. V. Vor Pavaa of AdTcrtlasinonta, oonsult tli« K«n«iml AlplutbatlOAl Xndaz to Adv«rtls«m«nta EVANSTON, nx. Fischer Bros. FAIRMONT. W. VA. Weber ft Sons Co. FOREST PARK, ILL. Klimmer's Or'houses FORT DODGE, IOWA North Floral Co. FORT SMITH. ARK. Rye, Geo, FORT WORTH, TEX. McAdam, J. E. FREEPORT, ILL. Bauscher. John GALE8BTTRG, ILL. Dniry, H. F. PiUsbury. I. L. GARY. IND. Gary Floral Co. GENEVA, N. Y. Cass. W. ft T. GRAND RAP'S. MICH. Crabb, Arthur F. Smith, Henry GREEN BAY, WIS. Meier ft Co., C. GREENSBORO, N. C. Van Llndley Co. GUTHRIE, OKLA. Furrow ft Co. HARTFORD, CONN. Coombs. John HELENA. MONT. State Nursery Co. HOUSTON. TEXAS Forestdale Fl'r Shop Kerr, R. C. HUNTINGTON, W. VA. Dudley ft Sons INDIANAPOLIS, IND. Bertermann Bros. Co. Hill Floral Co. WieKand ft Sons JACKSONVILLE. FLA. MiUs, the Florist JACKSONVILLE, ILL. Heinl ft Sons, J. JERSEY CITY, N. J. Madden. Florist KNOXVILLE. TENH. Crouch, Chas. W. KANSAS CITY. MO. Kellonr. Geo. M. Murray, Samuel Newell, A. Book Flower Co. LA CROSSE. WIS. La Crosse Floral Oo. LANCASTER, PA. Barr ft Co.. B. F. Rosery, The LEXINGTON. KY. Honaker, the Florist Keller. Florist Keller Co.. John A. LIMA. 0. Zetlits, Enert N. LINCOLN. NEB. Ohapin Bros. Frey. 0. H. Frey ft Frey LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Pales, Paul M. LOS ANGELES. CAL. Darlinc's Flower Shop Howard ft Smith Wolfskills' ft Golden- son Wright's Flower Shop LOUISVILLE. KY. Baumer, Aof. R. Sohula. JaooD Walker ft Co., F. LOWELL, MASS. Morse ft Seals LYNN, MASS. Gibbs Bros. MACON. GA. IcUe Hour Nurseries MADISON, WIS. Rentsohler Floral Co.. MARSHALLTOWN. lA. Kemble's Greenhouses MASON CITY, LA. Kemble's Greenhouses MEMPHIS, TENN. Idlewild Greenhouses MIAML FLA. Miami Floral Co. MITCHELL. B. S. Newburys. Inc.. The MINNEAPOUS, MINN. Swanson's Whitted Floral Co. MILWAUKEE, WIS. Fox ft Son. J. M. Zimmermann. W. C. MOBILE. ALA. Mince Floral Oo. MONTCLAIR. N. J. Massmann. Florist MONTGOMERY. ALA. Rosemont Gardens MONTREAL, CANADA McKenna, Ltd. MT. CLEMENS, MICH. Von Boeselager, Aug, NASHVILLE, TENN. Oeny Bros. Joy Floral Co. NEWARK, N. J. Philips Bros. NEWARK, 0. Dnerr, Chas. A. Kent Bros. NEW LONDON. CONN. Reuter ft Sons. Ino. NEW ORLEANS, LA. MeUirie Ridge Nursery Co.. Ltd. Virgin, U. J. NEW YORK CITY Boston Florist Bowe, M. A. Clarke's Sons, David Dards, Chas. A. Galvln, Ino., T. F, Kottmiller, A. Malaadre Bros. MoOonnell, Alex. Myer Sonling, Max Slebrecht ft Son Stumpp, Geo. M. Trepel, C. C. Warendortt Young ft Nugent NOBFOLK, VA. Grandy the Florist NORWICH, CONN. Reuter ft Sons, Inc. OAKLAND. CAL. Clarke Bros. Thorsted Floral Co. OAKLAND. MD. Weber ft Sons Co. OMAHA. NEB. Henderson. Lewis Hess ft Swoboda Stewart. S. B. OSKALOOSA. lA. Kemble's Greenhouses OTTAWA, CANADA Sorimm's Florist OTTUMWA. IOWA Criley, 0. P. M. PABKERSB'G, W. VA. Dudley, Charles P. Dudley ft S(ms PASSAIC, N. J. Sceery, Edward PATER80N. N. J. Sceery, Eidward FEKIN, ILL. Kuhl. Geo. A. PEORIA, ILL. Kuhl, Geo. A. PHILADELPHIA. PA. Habermehl's Sons, J. J. London Flower Shop PITTSBURGH, PA. E. 0. Lttdwig Flrl. Co. Bandolph ft MoClements Smith Co.. A. W. PORTLAND. ORE. Clarke Bros. Tonseth Floral Co. POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y. Saltford Flower Shop PROVIDENOE, R. J. Johnston ft Co., T. J. Johnston Bros. PUEBLO. COLO. Colonial Flower Shop QUINCY, ILL. Heckenkamp, Jr., F. W. CHICAGO ORDERS SBNT TO

 

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ARB CAREFULLY EXECUTED 8188^2184 MICHIGAir AVENUE ST. LOUIS, TV^O. •FLOWERS DEUVERD IN CITY OR STATE ON SHORT NOTICE- BOTLB AND lABTLAIiD ATBirUlS Both hout Distaaoe Phones. F. H. WEBER BOTUR A5D lABTLAHD ^ ATBNUES Member Floristi* Talegnph Delivery Association. J. J. Habenneid's Sons The finest flora! arrangements, flowers and plants furnished on telegraphic orders. The BelleToe* 8trattor4. Phfladelptiia Broad and Walnat Streets. PIDLADELrHIA and Vicmity The LondonFlowerShop,Ltd. 1800 Chestnut Street. PHILADELPHIA, PA. Member Florists' Telegraph Delivery. FRED C. WEBER *^l St. Louis, Mo. We bave no Branch Store SELLING FLOWERS FORTYTWO YEARS Member Florists' T. D. Assn. Members of Florists' Telegraph DeUvery Aaa'a EVENDEN BROS. ]^^l^r^" WiUiamtport, Pa. Ao Wo Smith Co. • . • FLORISTS ... '"^it^No. Pittsburgh, Pa. Largest Floral Estabfishmenl in Anerica Established 1874—Incorporated 1909 PITTSBURGH, PA. RANDOLPH & McCLEMENTS Floral Experts 5936 PENN AVENUE Members of the Florists' Telegraph Delivery Pittsburgh, Pa. 710 E. Diamond St. COURTESIES EXTENDED T0THE1KADE OPKN DAT and NIGHT Members of the Florists' Telegraph Delivery. WILLIAMSPORT, PA. wmiAMsron' noiiAico."?,issi"' RAoasns, WIS. Hinohiure, Mrs. 3, T BioHxoKi), nro. Lemon ft Co., F. H. BICHVOKI), VA, Hammond Co. BatoUffe. John L. ^ffi«lo^;,V HOCKFORD, ILL. Buokbee, H. W. ST. JOSEPH, MO. Btuppy Floral Co. ST. LOtns, MO. Beaeke, J. j. Beyer, Chas. Ostertar Bros. Banders Weber, Fred O. Weber, F. H. Tounr * Sons Co. ST. PAUL, xam. M*y&Co., L. L. SA6IKAW, MICH. Oosta Sons, J. bT ^sLa^^^ CITY Huddart Floral Co. SAN DIEGO, OAL. Boyle ft Daniaid Joseph. B, M. • Pelioaiio, Bossl ft Oto. |?*»rta ft Bald<JioU Shlbeley-Maan Co. SOTEKECTADY^ K. T Champlln, M. t SCKANTOK, PA." Clark, Florist Sohultheis, Florist SEATTLE, WASH. Hollywood Gardens MoCoy, L. W. Bosab Bros. SEDALIA, MO. Arohias Floral Co. State Fair Horal Co. SHEBOYGAN, Wia Matthewson, J. E. SIOUX CITY, lA, Benaiaon Co., J, C. BooUin ft Lehman SIOUX FALLS, S. D. Thomas Greenhouse SOUTH BEND, IND. Beyer Floral Co. SPOKANE, WASH. Burt, A J. SPBINOFIELO. ILL. Brown, A. C. SPBINOFIELD, MO. Summerfleld Flo. Co, SPBINGFIELD, OHIO Van Meter Fl'r Sh^ STEUBENYILLE, 0. HuBcroft, O. L. SYBACUSE, N. Y. Mulhanser ft Son, J, TACOMA WASH. California Florist TAMPA, FLA. Knnll Flo. Co. TEBHE HAUTE. IND. Heinl ft Son, John O. TOLEDO, 0. Freeman, Mrs. J. B. Mets ft Bateman Schramm Bros. TOPEKA, KAN. Hayes, James Holloraf t, Mr*. M. B. Lord's Flower Boom TOBONTO, CANADA Dunlop, John H. Simmons ft Son WASHINOTON. D. 0. Blaokistone, Z. D. Oude Bros. Co. WASHINGTON. PA ^^.i* W' Flower Stoia WATEBLOO. IOWA Kemble's Greenhonses ^?t2E52?d' Chas. WAUKESHA, WBB. Waukesha Floral Co. WELLESLEY, MASS. TaUby ft Soil WESTEKLY, B. t. Benter ft Son, Ino. WHITE SULPHUB _ SPBINGS, W. VA. HatoliffeLJohn L. WILUAMSPOBT PA. Eveaden Bros. wl?s^lsw^^ . L. P. Man., Oaa. Fowler, Mrs. WINNIPEG, 1 WOBGXSTEK, MASS, lAnre, H. F. A Bandall'a Flows.- Shw YANKTON, 8. dT Oumey Oreenhonse Ca.

  

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February 25, 1915. The Florists'-Review 59 INDEX BY TOWNS OF LEADING RETAIL FLORISTS Vor Paces of AdTartlaamenta, oonsult th* caneral AlplutbetloKl Indaz to AdTortlaoinanta AKBON, 0. HcFarlands ALBANY, N. Y. Danker, Florist Rosery, The ALTOONA, PA. Myers Bro«. ATLANTA, GA. Lawrence Floral Co. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Berke, Geo. H. Edwards Fl'rl Hall Co. ATJBXJllN, N. Y. Dobbs & Son AUGUSTA, GA. Balk's Nursery AURORA, ILL. Aurora Greenhouse Co. Smely, Jos, M. BALTIMORE, MD. Feast & Sons, S. Fiedler & Co., A. O. Pierce & Co. BATTLE CR'K, MICH. Cogrgan, S. W, BIRMINGHAM, ALA. Bai^r. C. I. BLOOlnNGTON, ILL. Wellenreiter & Son BOONE, IOWA Kemble's Greenhouses BOSTON, MASS. Boston Cut Flower Co. Carbone Comley, Henry R. Oalvin, Inc., T. F. Newman & Sons Fenn, Henry Wax Bros. BRATTLEBORO, VT. Allen, Florist BROCKTON, MASS. Hathaway, W. W. BROOKLYN, N. Y. Tahn, Huro H. Phillips, Florist Trepel, C. C. Wilson, R. G. BUFFALO, N. Y. Anderson, S. A. Palmer & Son, W. J. BURLINGTON, VT. Gove, The Florist Peters, W. E. CEDAR RAPIDS, LA. Kramer & Son, I. N. CENTERVILLE, LA. Kemble's Greenhouses CHARLESTON. S. C. Arcade Floral Shop Carolina Flower Store CHARLESTON, W. VA. Charleston Cut Flo. Co. CHEYENNE, WYO. Underwood, Arthur A. CHICAGO Alpha Floral Co, Frauenfelder Co. Friedman, O. J, Keenan, A. F., & Co. McKeUar, C. W. Samuelson, Chas. A. Schiller, The Florist Smyth, W, J. Wienhoeber Co., E. Wittbold Co., Geo. CINCINNATI, 0. Hill Floral Co. CLARKSBURG, W. TA. Dudley & Sons Hayman Grnhse. Co, Weber & Sons Co. CLEVELAND, 0. Bramley & Son Cleveland Cut Flo. Co. Eadle Co., Jas. Gasser Co., T. M. Jones-Russell Co. Graham & Son Xnoble Bros. Smith & Fetters Co. COLO. SPRGS., COLO. Crump, F. F. Pikes Peak Flo. Co, COLUMBUS, O. Livingston Seed Co. Wilson's Seed Store DALLAS, TEX. Dallas Floral Co. Lang Floral Co. DAYTON, O. Heiss Co. Matthews the Florist DE KALB, ILL. Johnson, J. L. DENTON, TEXAS Denton Floral Co. DENVER, COLO. Park Floral Co. DES MOINES, lA. Alpha Floral Co. Wilson Floral Co. ' DETROIT, MICH. Bemb Floral Co. Breitmeyer's Sons, J. Sohroet«r, B. DULUTH, MINN. Duluth Floral Co. EL PASO. TEX. Fottsr Floral Co. ERIE, PA. Lav«r, J. v. Schluraff Floral Co. EVANSTON, ILL. Fischer Bros, EVANSTON, WYO, Westholder, L. B. FAIRMONT, W. VA. Weber & Sons Co. FAYETTEVILLE, ARK. Southwestern Seed Co. FOREST PARK, ILL. Xlimmer's Gr'houses FORT DODGE, IOWA North Floral Co. FORT SMITH, ARK. Rye, Geo. FORT WORTH, TEX. McAdam, J. E. FREEPORT, ILL. Bauscher, John GALESBURG, ILL. Drury, H. F. Pillsbury, I. L. GARY, IND. Gary Floral Co. GENEVA, N. Y. Cass. W. & T. GRAND RAP'S, MICH. Smith, Henry GREEN BAY, WIS. Meier & Co., C. GREENSBORO, N. C. Van Lindley Co. GUTHRIE, OKLA. Furrow & Co. HARTFORD, CONN. Coombs, John HELENA, MONT. State Ntirsery Co. HOUSTON, TEXAS -Forestdale Fl'r Shop Kerr, R. C. HUNTINGTON, W. VA Dudley Sc Sons INDIANAPOLIS, IND. Bertermann Bros. Co. Hill Floral Co. Wiegand & Sons ITHACA, N. Y. Hillside Floral Shop JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Mills, the Florist JACKSONVILLE, ILL. Heinl it Sons, J. JERSEY CITY, N. J. Madden, Florist KNOXVILLE, TENN. Crouch, Chas. W. KANSAS CITY, MO. Kellogg, Geo. M. Murray, Samuel NewelL A. Rock Flower Co. LA CROSSE, WIS. La Crosse Floral Co. LANCASTER, PA. Barr & Co., B. F. Rosery, The LE MARS, IOWA Rocklin & Lehman LEXINGTON, KY. Keller, Florist Keller, John A. LIMA 0. Zetlitz, Eggert N. LINCOLN, NEB. Chapin Bros. Frey, C. H. Frey & Frey LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Palez, Paul M. LOS ANGELES, CAL. Darling's Flower Shop Howard & Smith Wolfskins' & Golden- son Wright's Flower Shop LOUISVILLE, KY. Baumer, Aug. R. Schulz, Jacob Walker & Co., F. LOWELL, MASS. Greene, Harvey B. Morse & B«als LYKN, MASS. Gibbs Bros.« MACON, GA. Idle Hour Nurseries MADISON, WIS. Rentschler Floral Co.. MARSHALLTOWN, lA. Kemble's Greenhouses MASON CITY, lA. Kemble's Greenhouses MEMPHIS, TENN. Idlewlld Greenhouses MIAMI, FLA. ' Miami Floral Co, MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. Swanson's Whitted Floral Co. MILWAUKEE, WIS. Zimmermann, W, C. MITCHELL, S. D. Newburys, Inc., The MOBILE, ALA. Minge Floral Co. MONTCLAIR, N. J. Massmann, Florist MONTGOMERY, ALA. Rosemont Gardens MT. CLEMENS, MICH. Von Boeselager, Aug. NASHVILLE, TENN. Geny Bros. Joy Floral Co. NEWARK, N. J. Philips Bros. NEWARK, 0; Duerr, Chas. A. Kent Bros. NEWBURYPORT, Mass. Pearson, E. W. NEW LONDON, CONN. Renter & Son, Inc. NEW ORLEANS, LA. Metairie Ridge Nursery Co., Ltd. Virgin, U. J. NEWPORT, R. I. Bimyard Floral Co. NEW YORK CITY Boston Florist Bowe, M. A. Bunyard, A. T. Clarke's Sons, David Dards, Chas. A. Galvin, Inc., T. F. Kottmiller, A. McConnell, Alex. Myer Scnling, Max Siebrecht & Son Stumpp, Geo. M. Trepel, C. C. Warendorff Young & Nugent NORFOLK, VA. Grandy the Florist NORWICH, CONN. Reuter & Sons, Inc. OAKLAND, CAL. Clarke Bros. OAKLAND, MD, Weber & Sons Co. OMAHA, NEB. Henderson, Lewis Hess & Swoboda Stewart, S. B. OSKALOOSA, lA. Kemble's Greenhouses OTTAWA, CANADA Scrimm's Florist OTTUMWA, IOWA Criley, 0. P. M. PARIS, TEXAS Kiley, Florist PARKERSB'G, W. VA. Dudley, Charles P. Dudley & Sons PASSAIC, N. J. Sceery, Edward PATERSON, N. J. Sceery, Edward PEKIN, ILL. Xuhl, Geo. A PEORIA, ILL. Kuhl, Geo. A PHILADELPHIA, PA. Habermehl's Sons, J. J. London Flower Shop PITTSBURGH, PA. E. C. Ludwig Flrl. Co. Randolph & McClements Smith Co., A W. FITTSFIELD, MASS. Flower Shop, The PORTLAND, ORE. Clarke Bros. Tonseth Floral Co. POUOHKEEPSIE, N. Y. Saltford Flower Shop PROVIDENCE, R. I. Johnston & Co., T. J. Johnston Bros. CHICAGO ORDERS SENT TO

 

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"■.s?P"^^^''vTJT* ■ >yr^ OCTOBEB 21, 1015. The Florists' Review 55 INDEX BY TOWNS OF LEADING RETAIL FLORISTS }.,;'*■ AKSOK, 0. MoFarlands ALBANY, N. Y. Danker, Florist Gloeckner. Wm, Boaery, Tba ALTOOMA, FA. Myera Bros. ATLANTA, OA. Lawrence Floral Co. Wilson, The Florist ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Berke, Geo. H. AUBTTBN. N. Y. Dobbs & Bon AUBOBA, ILL. Aurora Greenhouse Co. Smely, Jos. M. BALTIHOBE, MD. Feast & Sons, B. Fierce & Co. BATTLE CB'K, MICH. Coggan, B. W. BIBMINOHAM, ALA. Baker, C. I. BI8MABCK. N. D. Hoskins Floral Co. BOONE, IOWA Kemble's Greenhouses BOBTON, MASB. Carbone Comley, Henry B. Oalvin, Inc., T. F. Newman & Sons Penn, Henry Wax Bros. BBOCKTON, MASS. Hathaway, W. W. BBOOKLYN, N. Y. Jahn, Hugo H. Phillips, Florist Trepel, Joseph Wilson, B. G. BUFFALO, N. Y. Anderson, S. A. Palmer & Son, W. J. Boott, The Florist BUBLINGTON. VT. Gove, The Florist Peters, W. E. CEBAB BAPIDS. lA. Kramer & Son, I. N. CENTEBVILLE, lA. Kemble's Greenhouses CHABLEBTON, 8. 0. Arcade Floral Shop Carolina Flower Store CHABLEBTON, W. VA. Charleston Cut Flo. Co. CHATHAM, N. Y. Chatham Floral Co. CHEYENNE, WYO. Underwood, Arthur A. CHICAGO Alpha Floral Co. Fisk, Inc., C. H. Friedman, 0. J. Xeenan, A. F., & Co. MoAdams, A. McKellar, C. W. Bamuelson, Chas. A. Smyth, W. J. Wienhoeber Co., E. Wittbold Co., Geo. CHILLICOTHE, MO. Isherwood Greenhouses CINCINNATI, 0. Hill Floral Co. CLAKKSBUEG, W. VA. I>udley & Sons Hayman Grhse. Co. Weber & Sons Co. CLEVELAND, O. Bramley & Bon Cleveland Cut Flo. Co. Gaaser Co., J. M. Jones-Bussell Co. Graham & Son Xnoble Bros. Smith & Fetters Co. CLINTON. IOWA Bather. Andrew COLO. SPRGS.. COLO. Crump, F. F. Pikes Peak Flo. Co. COLUMBUS, 0. Livingston Seed Co, Wilson's Seed Store CONSHOHOCKEN. PA. _ Baldwin, Willis H. DALLAS, TEX, Dallas Floral Co, Lang Floral Co. DAYTON, 0. Heiss Co. Matthews the Florist DE KALB, ILL. Johnson, J. L. DENVER. COLO, _ Park Floral Co. DES MOINES. lA, Alpha Floral Co. _ Wilson Floral Co, DETROIT, MICH, Bemb Floral Co, Breitmeyer's Sons, J, Schroeter. B, DULUTH, MINN, Duluth Floral Co. ELMIRA, N. Y. Bosery, The Vor rmgrna of A(lT»rtla«m«nt«, oondblt tta* K«n«iml Alph»b«tloal Ind»z t« AdTarttaamaats EL PASO, TEX. Potter Floral Co, EBIE, PA. Laver. J. V. EVANSTON, ILL. Fischer Bros. FAIRMONT, W. VA. Weber & Sons Co. FALL RIVER, MASS. Bodgers & Duggan FOREST PARK, ILL. Klimmer's Gr'houses FORT DODGE, IOWA North Floral Co. FORT SMITH, ARK. Rye, George FORT WORTH, TEX. MoAdam, J. E. FREEPORT, ILL. Bauscher, John GALESBURG, ILL. Drury, H. F. Pillsbury, L L. GARY, IND. Gary Floral Co, GENEVA, N, Y. Cass, W. & T. GRAND RAP'S, MICH, Crabb, Arthur F. Smith, Henry GREEN BAY, WIS. Meier-Schroeder Co, GBEENSBORO, N. C. Van Lindley Co. GUTHRIE, OKLA. Furrow & Co. HARTFORD, CONN. Coombs, John HELENA, MONT. State Nursery Co, HOUSTON, TEXAS Forestdaie Fl'r Shop Kerr. B. C, HUNTINGTON, W. VA. Dudley & Sons INDIANAPOLIS. IND, Bertermann Bros. Co. Hill Floral Co. Wiegand & Sons JACKSONVILLE. FLA. MUls, the Florist JACKSONVILLE, ILL. HinI & Sons, J. JEBSEY CITY, N. J. Madden, Florist KANSAS CITY, MO. Kellogg, Geo. M. Murray, Samuel Newell, A. Rock Flower Co. KNOXVILLE. TENN. Baum, Chas. L. Crouch, Chas. W. LA CROSSE. WIS. La Crosse Floral Co. LANCASTER, PA, Barr & Co,, B. F. Rosery, The LEXINGTON, KY. Honaker the Florist Keller, Florist Keller Co., John A. LIMA, 0. Zetlitz, Eggert N. LINCOLN, NEB, Chapin Bros. Frey, C. H. Frey & Frey LOS ANGELES, CAL. Darling's Flower Shop Howard & Smith Wolfskin's & Golden- son. Wright's Flower Shop LOUISVILLE, KY. Baumer, Aug, R, Sohulz, Jacob Walker & Co., F. LOWELL. MASS. Morse & Reals LYNN, MASB. Gibbs Bros. MACON, GA. Idle Hour Nurseries MADISON, WIS. Bentsohler Floral Co. MAB8HALLT0WN, LA. Kemble's Greenhouses MASON CITY, lA. Kemble's Greenhouses MEMPHIS, TENN. Idlewild Greenhouses MIAMI, FLA. Miami Floral Co. MILWAUKEE, WIS. Fox & Son, J. M. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. Swanson's Whitted Floral Co. MITCHELL, B. D. Newbury's, Inc., The MOBILE, ALA. Minge Floral Co. MONTCLAIR, N. J. Massmann, Florist MONTGOMERY, ALA. Rosemont Gardens MONTREAL, CANADA McKenna, Ltd. NASHVILLE, TENN. Geny Bros. Joy Floral Co. NEWARK, N. J. Phillips Bros. NEWARK, 0. Duerr, Chas. A. Kent Bros. NEW LONDON, CONN. Renter & Sons, Inc. NEW ORLEANS, LA. Metairie Ridge Nurs- ery COm Ltd. Virgin, U. J. NEW YORK CITY Boston Florist Bowe, M. A. Clarke's Sons, David Dards, Chas. A. Galvin, Inc., T. F. Kottmiller, A. McConnell, Alexander McKenney, Florist Malandre Bros. Myer Schling, Max Siebrecht Bros.. Inc. Btumpp, Geo. M. Trepel, C. C. Warendorff Young & Nugent NOBFOLK, VA. Orandy the Florist NOBWICH, CONN. Renter & Sons, Inc. OAKLAND, OAL. Clarke Bros. OAKLAND, MD. Weber Se Sons Co, OMAHA, NEB. Henderson, Lewis Hess & Swoboda Stewart, S. B. OSKALOOSA, lA. Kemble's Greenhouses OTTAWA, CANADA Scrimm's Florist OTTUMWA, IOWA Criley, 0. P. M. PAKKEBBB'G, W. VA. Dudley, Charles P. Dudley te Sons PASSAIC, N- J. Boeery, Edward PATERBON, N. J. Soeery, Edward PEKIN, ILL. Kuhl, Geo. A. PEORIA, ILL. Kuhl, Geo, A. PHILADELPHIA, PA. Habermehl's Sons, J, J. London Flower Shop PITTSBURGH, PA, E, C. Ludwig Flrl, Co, D, Randolph & Mc- Clements Smith Co., A. W. PORTLAND, ORE. Clarke Bros. Tonseth Floral Co. POUGHKEEPSIE, N, Y. Saltford Flower Shop PBOVIDENCE, R. 1. Johnston & Co., T. J. Johnston Bros, CHICAGO ORDERS SENT TO

 

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ARE CAREFULLY EXECUTED 8138.2134 MICHIGAN AVENUE ST. LOUIS, TV^O. -FLOWmS DUJVIIIKO IN CITV OR STATK ON SHORT NOTICI- FU lAfBDBD BOTLE AND HABTLAND ■ ria YVCDdl AVBNUE8 ?oth Long Distance Phones. Members Plorists' Telegraph Delivery Association. BOTLE AND HABTLAND AVENUES J. J. Habenneid's Sons The finest floral arrangements, flowers and plants furnished on telegraphic orders. The B«lleTa** Stratfurd, Philadelphia Broad and WmlBBt Streets. PHILADELmiA and Vicinitr The LondonFlowerShop,Ltd. 1800 Chestnut Street. PHILADKLPHIA, PA. Member Florists' Telegraph Delivery^ FRED C. WEBER ZZ St. Louis, Mo We liave no Brsncb Store SEIXINO FLOWKRS FORTY-TWO TEABS Member Florists' T. D. Aaen. Members of Florlata' Telegrmpb DeUrerr Am'b EVENDEN BROS. Jf^irS^pT" WiUiamtport, Pa. Ao Wo Smith Coo 0 o s FLORISTS . . . '']^t7No Pittsburgh, Pa. largest Floral CstabfishmenI in Afflerici F«t«MUhed 1H74—Incorpofted lOOO PITTSBURGH, PA. RANDOLPH & McClEMENTS Floral Experts 5936 PENN AVENUE Members of the Florists' Telegraph Delivery Pittsburgh, Pa. ^^■■l^^ 710 E. Diamond St. ffgJBM^ COURTESIES EXTENDED ^^IJPHBr TO THE TRADE ^'mglf^ OPKN DAT and NIGHT Members of t>i»* PloriptB' Teleirrapb Delivery. WILLIAMSPORT, PA. WUIAMSPORT FLORAL COJ^tiSiiT' PtTKBLO, OOLO. Colonial Flower Shop QUINCT. ILL. • Heckenkamp, Jr., F. W. BACINE, WIS. HinobllfTe, Urt. J. T. BICHMONI>, IND. Lemon & Co., F. H. RICHMOND, VA. Hammond Co, Ratcliffe. JTohn L. ROCHESTER, N. T. Keller Sons, J. B. ROCKFOBD, ILL. Buckbee, H. W. ST. JOSEPH. M. Btuppy Floral Co. ST. LOUIS, MO. Beneke, J. J. Beyer, Chas. Oitertag: Bros. Sanders Weber, Fred C, Weber, F. H. Toung & Sons Co., C. ST. PAUL, MINN. Holm & Olsen, Ino. May & Co., L. L. SAGINAW, MICH. Ooetz Sons, J. B. SALT LAKE CITY Huddart Floral Co. SAN DIEGO, CAL. Boyle & Darnaud SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. Darbee, Mrs. R. E. Joseph, B. M. Pelicano, Rossi & Co. Podesta & Baldooohi Shibeley-Mann Co. SCHENECTADY, N. Y. Champlin, M. P. SCRANTON, FA. Clark, Florist Schultheis, Florist SEATTLE, WASH. Hollywood Oardeai MoCoy, L. W. Rosaia Bros. SEDALIA, MO. Archias Floral Co. ^ State Fair Floral Co. i SHEBOYGAN, WIS. Matthewson, J. £. SIOUX CITY, lA. Rennison Co., J. C. SIOUX FALLS. S. D. Thomas Greenhouse SOUTH BEND. IND. Beyer Floral Co. SPOKANE, WASH. Burt. A. J. SPRINGFIELD, ILL. Brown. A. C. SPRINGFIELD, MO. Stokes Floral Co. Summerfleld Flo. Co. SPRINGFIELD, OHIO Van Meter Fl'r Shop STEUBENVILLE, 0. Huscroft, G. L. SYRACUSE, N. Y. Mulhauser & Sons, J. TACOMA, WASH. California Florist TAMPA, FLA. Knull Flo. Co. TERRE HAUTE, IND. Heinl & Sons, John O. TOLEDO, 0. Freeman, Mrs. J. B, Mets & Bateman Schramm Bros. TOPEKA, KAN. Hayes, James Hoflcraft. Mrs. M. B. Lord's Flower Room TORONTO, CANADA Dunlop, John H. URBANA. 0. East Lawn Gardens WASHINGTON. D. C. Blackistone, Z. D. Gude Bros. Co. WASHINGTON, PA. W. Sc W. Flower Store WATERLOO, IOWA Kemble's Greenhouses Sherwood, Chas, WAUKESHA, WIS. Waukesha Floral Co. WELLESLEY, MASS. Tailbv & Son WESTERLY, R. I. Reuter 8c Bon. Ino. WHEELING, W. VA. ■ Forbes & Donahey WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W. VA. Ratolifl'e, John L. WILLIAMSPORT, PA. Evenden Bros. Williamsport Flrl, Co. WINNIPEG. Man., Can. Rosery. The WORCESTER. MASS. Lange. H. F. A, Randall's Flower Shop YANKTON, 8. D. Ourney Greenhouse

  

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' > -^ . .■*■ 32 The Florists^ Review NOTIHBEB 18, lOlS. Oroup of ferns—Frank N. Eskeaen, Madison, N. J., first. Boston fern—Henry Hornecker, first. B. B. M. PHILADELPHIA. Conclusion of Four-day Show. A marked improvement came over the annual chrysanthemum show in Horticultural hall after last week's is- sue of The Eeview went to press. The exhibits were rearranged; more, many more came in and the general effect was excellent. Perhaps the most not- able arrival was a half dozen plants of Canna Firebird from Vaughan's Green- houses, at Western Springs, 111. They were large, evenly developed plants, carrying immense trusses of bloom of a bright, rich scarlet that was in strik- ing contrast with the deep green foli- age. Just how they arrived in such perfect condition is a puzzle, for the canna is by no means a good shipper ordinarily. Whether it is the fine quality of Firebird or the way they grow them out west, or whether they were grown here, in some quiet cor- ner, remains to be learned. Anyway, they were extremely fine. Then, Nephrolepis John Wanamaker arrived in splendid form to enhance the beauty of the exhibit of the Robert Craig Co. Five blue ribbons were awarded Louis Burk for his handsome collection of orchids. His electrically lighted picture frame, containing the cream of the collection, will suffice for descrip- tion. There were two choice plants, both in bloom; on the left Vanda Sanderiana, a native of the Philippine islands; on the right Brasso-Cattleya Maronse, a cross between Brasso Dig- byana and Cattleya gigas. The prize offered by the Lord & Burnham Co. for the three largest chrysanthemum cut blooms was cap- tured by John Dunn with a trio of won- derful flowers. William Turner is a mighty good subject for such competi- tion. The lemon yellow sport of this great white variety topped a half dozen beautiful plants that were much admired. Speaking of the Lord & Burnham Co. brings us to the excellent building ex- hibits that took up one side of the lower hall. The King Construction Co. was at the entrance with garden hose valves, miniature violet frames, with Mrs. Sarah I. Smith's own product blooming in them, and sundry other building requisites; the whole edged with golden pompons, and supervised by William J. Muth. D. T. Connor was in charge of the Lord & Burnham handsome exhibit in the center, com- prising their hotbed frames, sashes, etc. The far side was filled by Hitchings & Co. with an exhibit of building mate- rial of substantial merit. Harry S. Betz put up two fine ex- hibits across the end of the hall, one of evergreens, the other of foliage plants. Strafford, a medium-sized orange cross between Roman Gold and Charles Eager, was the feature of Edward A. Stroud's exhibit, which was beauti- fully staged; Strafford is a great com- mercial variety, shown for the first time. The completion of the exhibit of Richard Vincent, Jr., & Sons Co., White Marsh, Md., brought out some fine varieties of hardy pompons. The arrangement of Thomas Meehan & Sons' exhibit of hardy varieties clearly fore-shadowed the removal of this class to the upper floor; it was too fine to be placed with the vegetables. There were three rose exhibitors. The Joseph Heacock Co. received a bronze medal for five vases of well grown varieties that attracted much at- tention. They were, in the order named, Ballarney, Hadley, Radiance, Hoosier Beauty and Killarney Brilliant. The retailers said Hadley had one on the western rose; the growers said Hoosier Beauty was a doer, with 3-foot stems and no blind wood. The Florex Gardens,' of North Wales, staged Prima Donna, new here, though not a new rose; it had magnificent substance, vivid color and strong stems. Edward Towill, of Roslyn, staged Hadley, My Maryland and a yellow seedling, a cross between Harry Kirk and Lady Hilling- don. They all made a fine showing. The four days of the exhibition brought together many friends, among those engaged in various branches of the profession, who rarely meet. These hearty greetings and comparisons of ideas afford encouragement and bright- en work. Phil. THE AVIATOR SECEPTION. Announcements were sent out last week by the J. D. Thompson Carnation Co., of Joliet, 111., inviting members of the trade to visit the greenhouses of the company Novepiber 11 and be the guests of the new scarlet carnation. Aviator. At 11 a. m. the visitors met at the salesroom of Zech & Mann, in Chicago, and proceeded to the train. They were: Allie Zech, A. F. Longren, N. J. Kruchten, J. Ristow, J. A. Paul- sen, M. H. Mann, H. C. Tilton and James Morton, all of Chicago; J. B. Molitor, Frank Blameuser, Nic Thinnes, C. Kellen, Peter Kellen, all of Niles Center; W. H. Amling, H. E. Amling, William Wichtendahl, all of Maywood, 111.; W. F. Duntemann, Robert Pilgrim, Otto Harris^ all of Bensenville, 111.; George Dysinger, Ionia, Mich.; John Yeats, Champaign, 111.; Mathias UUen- bruch. Port Huron, Mich.; Ernest Drake, Battle Creek, Mich.; Frank Vat- ter, Marinette, Wis.; Peter Olsem and J. Reding, Wilmette; C. F. Kenyon, South Bend, Ind.; Charles Simonson, McPherson, Kan.; George H. Blackman, Evansville, Ind.; A. J. Lanternier, Fort Wayne, Ind.; George W. Jacobs, "Can- ton, 111.; Rolfe F. Smith, Nashville, Tenn.; A. Anderson, Modine, 111.; Jacob ' Glimer; H. E. Philpott, of Winnipeg, Can. After an inspection' of the Aviator range, which of course was in excellent condition, the visitors were entertained at a luncheon. During this, several short talks were given by members of the party. W. H. Amling in his talk said they had all expected to be en- tertained by a beautiful carnation, but they had not anticipated a reception by American beauties. Mr. Amling's ref- erence was to the fair members of the reception committee. SPBXNGFIEIiD, MO. The Market. Business in general shows a steady improvement. The weather was excep- tionally fine last week and this brought stock out in much larger quantities. The chrysanthemum crop is arriving al- most too fast and cold, cloudy weather is necessary to hold back the cut. Various Notes. The Summerfield Floral Co, has a fine cut of all kinds of stock. One day last week this firm cut from one house 2,990 carnations. The flowers were as fine as one would care to see. The mum crop also is good. This com- pany held open house at the green- houses Sunday and had a large ad in the daily papers to advertise the event. There was a large crowd on hand Sun- day morning. Mr. Summerfield has been under the weather for a few days, but is now out again. The Springfield Seed Co. is moving large quantities of stock. The *TOses and mums are fine. Out-of-town busi- ness was extra heavy last week. Rauch Bros, report business much improved in the new location and be- lieve that colder weather will make trade much better. Visitors last week were: T. H. Kaptein, of Maltus & Ware, New York;

 

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June 3, 1915. The Florists' Review 57 INDEX BY TOWNS OF LEADING RETAIL FLORISTS AKROV. O. HoFarlands ALBANY, N. T. Dftnker, Florist Botery, Tho ALTOONA, FA. Myera Broi. ATLANTA, OA. Lawrence Floral Co. ATLANTIC CITT. N. J. Berice, Oeo. H. Edwards Fl'rl Hall Co. AUBXrSN, N. T. Dobba & Son ATTROBA, ILL. Aurora Greenhouse Co. Smely, Jos. M. BALTIMOBE, MD. Feast A Sons, S. Pierce & Co. BATTLE CR'E, MICH. Cocgan, S. W. BIBKINOHAM, ALA. Baker, C. I. BLOOKINOTON, ILL. Wellenreiter & Son BOONE. IOWA Xemble's Greenhouses BOSTON, KASS. Boston Cut Flower Co, Carbone Comley, Heniy H. Galvin, Inc., T. F. Newman & Sons Fenn, Henry Wax Bros. BKATTLEBOBO, VT. Allen. Florist BBOCKTON, MASS. Hathaway, W. W. BBOOKLYN, N. Y. JTahn, Hugo H. Fhillips, Florist Trepel, Joseph •Wilson. E. G. BUFFALO, N. Y. Anderson, S. A. Falmer & Son, W. J. BITELINGTON. VT. Gove, The Florist Feters. W. E. OEDAB BAFIDS, lA. Kramer & Son, I. N. CENTEHVILLE, lA. Eemble's Greenhouses CHARLESTON. S. C. Arcade Floral Shop Carolina Flower Store CHARLESTON, W. VA. Charleston Cut Flo. Co. OHEYENNE, WYO. Pnderwood, Arthur A. CHICAGO Alpha Floral Co. Friedman. 0. J, Keenaa, A. F., & Co. HoAdams, A. KcKellar, C. W. Samuelson, Clus. A. Schiller, The Florist Smyth, W. J. Wienhoeber Co., E. Wittbold Co., Geo. CINCINNATI, 0. Hill Floral Co. CLARKSBURG, W. VA Dudley A Sons Hayman Grhse, Co. Weber & Sons Co. CLEVELAND, O. Bramley & Son Cleveland Cut Flo, Co. Oasser Co., J, M. Jones-Russell Co. Graham A Son Xttoble Bros. Smith A Fetters Co. COLO. SFRGS., COLO. Crump, F. F. Pikes Peak Flo. Co. COLUMBUS, 0, L'Tingston Seed Co Wilson's Seed Store DALLAS, TEX. Dallas Floral Co. Lantr Floral Co. DAYTON, 0. Helss Co. Matthews the Florist DE KALB, ILL. Johnson, J. L. DENVER, COLO. Park Floral Co. DE8 MOINES. lA. Alpha Floral Co. WDson Floral Co. DETROIT, MICH. Bemb Floral Co. Breltmeyer's Sons, J. Bchroeter, B. DULUTH, MINN. Duluth Floral Co. ELMIRA, N. Y. Bosery, The EL PASO, TEZ. Potter Floral Co. Vor P»K«B of AdT«rtla«m«nt«, oonsnlt tta* K«n«ral Alpbabatloal Ind«z to Advarttsemants ERIE, FA. Laver, J, V. EVANSTON. ILL. Fischer Bros. EVANSTON, WYO. Westholder, L. B. FAIRMONT, W. VA. Weber & Sons Co. FOREST PARK, ILL. Klimmer's Gr'houses FORT DODGE, IOWA North Floral Co. FORT SMITH, ARK. Rye, Geo. FORT WORTH, TEX. McAdam, J. E. FREEPORT, ILL. Bausoher, John OALESBURG, ILL. Drury, H. F. Pillsbury, I. L. GARY, ISb. . Gary Floral Co. GENEVA, N. Y. Cass, W. A T. GRAND RAP'S. MICH. Smith, Henry GREEN BAY, WIS. Meier A Co., C. GREENSBORO, N. C. Van Lindley Co. GUTHRIE, OKLA. Furrow & Co. HARTFORD, CONN. Coombs, John HELENA, MONT. State Nursery Co. HOUSTON. TKXAS For«stdale Fl'r Shop Kerr, R. C. HUNTINGTON, W. VA. Dudley & Sons INDIANAPOLIS, IND. Bertermann Bros. Co. Hill Floral Co. Wierand A Sons JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Mills, the Florist JACKSONVILLE, ILL. Heinl & Sons, J. JERSEY CITY. N. J. Madden, Florist KNOXVILLE, TENH, Crouch, Chas. W. KANSAS CITY, MO. Kellon, Oeo. M. Murray, Samuel Newell. A. Rock Flower Co. LA CROSSE. WIS. La Crosse Floral Co. LANCASTER. PA. Barr A Co.. B. F. Rosery, The LEXINGTON, KY. HonAker, the Florist Keller, Florist Keller Co., John A. LIMA,D. ZetUtz, Egbert N. LINCOLN, NEB. ChaplnBroe. Frey. C. H. FreyftFrey LITTLE ROCK, ARE. Palez, Paul M. LOS ANGELES, CAL. Darling's Flower Shop Howard A Smith Wolfskills' A Golden- son Wright's Flower Shop LOUISVILLE, KY. Baumer, Aug. R. Sohulz, Jacob Walker & Co., F. LOWELL, MASS. Morse A Beals LYNN. MASS. Gibbs Bros. MACON. GA. Idle Hour Nurseries MADISON, WIS. Rentschler Floral Co., MARSHALLTOWN, lA. Kemble's Greenhouses MASON CITY. lA. Kemble's Greenhouses MEMPHIS, TENN. Idlewild Greenhouses MIAMI, FLA, Miami Floral Co. MITCHELL. B. D. Newburys, Ino., The MINNEAPOLIS. XIMIl. Swanson's Whitted Floral Co, MILWAUKEE, WIS. Fox A Son, J. M. Zimmermann, W. C. MOBILE, ALA. Minge Floral Co. MONTCLAIR, N. J. Maasmann, Florist MONTGOMERY, ALA. Rosemont Gardens MONTREAL. CANADA McKenna, Ltd. MT. CLEMENS, MICH. Von Boeselager, Aug. NASHVILLE. TENN. Geny Bros. Joy Floral Co. NEWARK, N. J. Philips Bros. NEWARK, 0. Duerr, Chas. A. Kent Bros. NEWBURYFORT, Mass. Pearson, £. W. NEW LONDON, CONN. Renter & Sons, Inc. NEW ORLEANS, LA. Metairie Ridge Nursery Co., Ltd. Virgin, xf. J. NEW YORK CITY Boston Florist Bowe, M. A. Clarke's Sons, David Dards, Chas. A. Galvin, Inc., T. F. Kottmiller, A. Malandre Bros. MoConnell. Alex. Myer Schling, Max Siebreoht A Son Stumpp, Geo. M. Trepel, C. C. Warendorff Young A Nugent NORFOLK. VA. Granjdy the Florist NORWICH, CONN. Renter A Sons, Inc. OAKLAND, CAL, Clarke Bros. OAKLAND, MD. Weber A Sons Co. OMAHA, NEB. Henderson, Lewis ^ Hess A Swoboda Stewart, S. B. OSKALOOSA, lA. Kemble's Greenhouses OTTAWA, CANADA Sorimm's Florist OTTUMWA, IOWA Criley, 0. P. M. PARKERSB'G, W. VA. Dudley, Charles P. Dudley A Sons PASSAIC, N. J. Soeery, Edward PATER80N, N. J. Sceery, Edward PEKIN. ILL. Kuhl. Geo. A. PEORIA, ILL. Kuhl, Geo. A. PHILADELPHIA, FA. Habermehl's Sons, J. J. London Flower Shop PITTSBURGH. FA. E. C. Ludwig Flrl. Co. Randolph A McClementa Smith Co., A. W. FITTSFIELD, MASS. Flower Shop, The PORTLAND, ORE, Clarke Bros. Tonseth Floral Co. POUGHKEEFSIE, N. Y. Saltford Flower Shop PROVIDENCE, R. I. Johnston A Co., T. J. Johnston Bros. PUEBLO, COLO. Colonial Flower Shop QUINCY. ILL. Heckenkamp. Jr., F. W. CHICAGO ORDERS SBNT TO

 

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ARE CAREFULLY EXECUTED 2188.2134 MICHIGAN AVENUB ST. L.OWIS, TV^O. • FLOWERS DELIVERED IN CITY OR STATE ON SHORT NOTICE* BOTLK AITD lABYLAND AYEirVKS fioth hong Distance Phones. F. H. WEBER BOTLB AND HIBTLAHO ^ AVENUES Member Florists* Telegraph Delivery Agsodation. J. J. HabenneM's Sons The finest floral arrangements, flowers and plants furnished on telegraphic orders. The Belleme- Stratford. Philadelphia Broad and WalDBt Streets. PHILADELPIIIA and Vicinity The LondonFlowerShop.Ltd. 1800 Cbestnut Street. PHILADKLPHLA, PA. Member Florists' Telegraph Delivery. FRED C. WEBER '^tl St. Louis, Mo. We bave no Branch Store SELLING FLOWERS FORTY-TWO YEARS Member Florists' T. D. Assn. Members of Florists' Telegraph DeUvery Ass'o EVENDEN BROS. }^^l^r^?" WiUiamtport. Pa. A. Wo Smith Co. • . • FLORISTS • •. "i^^t?No, Pittsburgh, Pa. Largest Floral Establishment in America Established 1874—Incorporated 1909 PITTSBURGH, PA. RANDOIPH & MdlEMENTS Floral Experts 5936 PENN AVENUE Members of the Florists' Telegraph Delivery Pittsburgh, Pa. 710 E. Diamond St. COURTESIES EXTENDED TO THE TRADE " OPEN DAY and NIGHT Members of the Florists' Telecraph Delivery. WILLIAMSPGRT, PA. wmuHsroRT floral cc^^^^.i,-' luuvi^ floral Co'T'P' KACINE, WIS. HinoUiffe, Mrs. J. T. .. BicHMOND, nn). Lemon A Co., V, JS. BICHMONS, VA. Hammond Co. Batcliffe, John L, ROOHESTEB, MIMH. WiKle, D. M. ROCHESTEB, K. Y. Keller Sons, J. B. Wilson, H. E. BOOKPOBD, ILL. Buokhee, H. W. ST. JOSEPH, MO. Stuppy Floral Co. ST. LOinS, MO. Beneke, J. J. Beyer, Chat. Ostertagr Bros. Sanders Weber, Fred 0. Weber, F. H. Young A Sons Oo. ST. PAUL. MINN. Holm A Olson, Inc. May A Co., L. L. SAGINAW, MICH. Ooetz Sons, J. B. SALT LAKE CITY Huddart Floral Co. SAN DIEGO, CAL. Boyle A Damaud SAN FBANCISOO, CAL. Barbee, Mrs. B. £. Joseph, B. M. Pelicano, Boss! ft Co. Podesta A BaldoooU Shibeley-Mann Co. SCHENECTADY, N. Y. Champlin, M. P. SCBANTON, PA. Clark, Florist Sohultheis, Florist SEATTLE, WASH. Hollywood Gardens McCoy, L. W. Bosaia Bros. SEDALIA, MO. Archias Floral Co. Stote Fair Floral Co. SHEBOYGAN, WIS. Matthewson, J. E. SIOtTK CITY, lA. Bennison Co., J. C. Booklin A Lehman SIOUX FALLS, S. D. Thomas Greenhouse SOUTH BEND. IND. Beyer Floral Co. SPOKANE, WASH. Burt, A. J. SPRINGFIELD. ILL. Brown, A. 0. SPRINGFIELD, MO. Summerfleld Flo. Co. SPRINGFIELD, OHIO Van Meter Fl'r Shop STEUBENVILLE, 0. Huscroft, G. L. SYRACUSE. N. Y. Mulhauser ft Son, J. TACOMA, WASH. California Florist TAMPA, FLA. Knull Flo. Co. TERRE HAUTE, IND. Heinl & Son, John G. The Rosery TOLEDO, 0. Freeman, Mrs, J. B. Metz A Bateman Schramm Bros. TOPEKA, KAN. Hayes, James Hollcraft. Mrs. M. B. Lord's Flower Room TORONTO, CANADA Dunlop, John H. Simmons A Son WASHINGTON, D. C. Blackistone, Z, D. Oude Bros. Co, WASHINGTON. PA. W. A W. Flower Stora WATERLOO. IOWA Kemble's Greenhouses Sherwood, Chas. WAUKESHA, WIS. Waukesha Floral Co. WELLESLEY, MASS. Tailby ft Son WESTERLY. R. I. Renter A Son, Ino. WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W. VA. Ratoliffe, John L. WILLIAMSPGRT, PA. Evenden Bros. Williamsport Flrl. Co. WILMINGTON. N. 0. Fowler, Mrs. L. F. WINNIPEG. Man., Caa. Rosery, The WORC^TER, MASS. Lange, H. F. A. Randall's Flower Shov YANKTON. S. D. Gumey Greenhouse Oa.

  

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Tli« florists wliose cards am»6«r on tbo paces oanrylns this haatf* ars praparad to fin orders. from othar florists for local dallvanr on Htm usual basis. Cleveland KNOBLE BROS. CO., MEMBERS F. T. D. Well eQuipped to handle your orders. 1836 W. 25th Street MARION, OHIO 6 railroads with grood conneetlona to all parts of State A GOOD SELECTION OF FIX)WERS ON BAND AT ALIi TIMKB. BLAKE'S, 140 W. Center Hody&Tulea LEADING FLORISTS LORAIN, OHIO LORAIN, OHIO Member F. G. CAREjK ARTISTIC '^•^•^- Leading Florist ^^^^ Our Motto: "Anywhere: Any timt." AKRON OHIO THE HEEPE CO. W. p. McFahland L. C. McFarlahd McFARLANDS, Florists AKRON, OHIO AKRON, OHIO r*?!^?'^^ HAMMERSCHMIIKT & CLARK 12 W. HARKBr ST. The East Lawn Gardens The Leading Florist of URBANA, Champaign CcOHIO ABA, OilO S!" COLUMBUS. 0.. and Vicinity THE MUNK FLORAL CO.. Growers Can fill all retail orders. WILSON^S WE WILL DO IT PROMPTLY COLUMBUS, OHIO CJoIumbus, Ohio p.^d.^ISt THE FRANKLIN PARK FLORAL CO Cut Plowers for Central Ohia Hamilton, Ohio ^^ REISER'S. 22 Hi«h Street ▲1^0 OXFORD. 0.. and its universities pecially the specials and fancy grades. Premier roses are of wonderful quality, of good color and sturdy of'stem; they are usually all sold before they reach the market. Ophelia is plentiful, but not in oversupply; the same is true of Sunburst, Shawyer and Killarney. White roses have been scarce and not enough for orders. Carnations are coming along well, but as yet there is no sale to speak of. The blooms are good, but the stems are short. Asters are in oversupply. The best are sold and the poorer ones glut the market. Gladioli are poor in quality and their sale is small. A good assort- ment of garden flowers other than those mentioned are to be had, such as cosmos, celosia, helenium, zinnias, gaillardias and calendulas, which help out for basket work. The market is overstocked with maidenhair ferns; asparagus is in good demand. State Fair Flower Display. Several florists have exhibits at the Michigan state fair. Beard Bros., on West Fort street, exhibited Boston ferns and other plants, also a bride's bouquet, which won second prize. E. A. Fetters had arrangements of cut flowers and a bride's bouquet, which received first prize. The Mount Clemens Bulb Co., a new concern at Mount Clemens, Mich., had an elaborate display of gladioli and gladiolus bulbs. The display attracted much attention from the crowds at the fair. Harry Smith, located on Woodward avenue next to the fair grounds, also had an exhibit, which, while not large, was well staged. The palms and ferns decorating the main building were supplied by the Highland Park Floral Co., of which H. Wurstrow is the proprietor. Several nurseries had stock on dis- play, the Pontiac Nursery Co., 1. E. II- genfritz Sons Co. and the Greening Nursery Co. Various Notes. Albert Stahelin continues to bring in a great number of gladioli. He is cut- ting Premier roses which cannot be excelled, being of good color and sturdy stems. He also has started to cut his now crop of Ophelia and Ward roses, for which he is famous. White Bros., of Medina, N. Y., are shipping choice Ophelia, Shawyer, Mary- land, Killarney and Sunburst to this market. Jerome Stock is cutting a large num ber of good gladioli. Miesel Bros., 810 St. Clair avenue, is cutting some of the best asters in the market. Oscar Strand, in the employ of the L. Bemb Floral Co. for a number of EGGERT N. ZETLITZ The Leading Florist 209 West Market Street LIMA, OHIO Member of Florists' Telegraph DeliTerv CINCINNATI JULIUS BAER, Howers Mall and Telegr^h Orders earofnlly «xacated 138-140 Fourth St^ Ea«t CINCINNATI HENRY W. SHEPPARD 632-6S4 RACE STREET Successor to the HILL FLORAL 00. Good Stock and Good Service DAYTON, OHIO 16 and 18 W. Third St. Matthews the Florist Ertabliabed in 1888. Member P. T. D. Greenhouses and Nurseries in Riverdale. DAYTON, OHIO J. W. RODGERS Member F.T.D. IlkBBidg..adandJ«gal»(mSt». r^c»-n4-r\-r\ f^ Massillon, AlliauM OdllLUn, yj, aud Vicinity FRED G. GELTZ, '^,'!^:}^^)^:,S^ CHAS. A. DUERR Newark, Ohio Granville, Ohio Member Florlats* Telegraph Dellverr NEWARK. OHIO Most coinp'efe stock in central Ohio HALBROOKS THE FLORIST Kent Brothers l^?^ MASsiLLON, Ohio A. WEAVER Florist in Rotary Upper Sandusky, 0. B. E. CONSTIEN. fi^y^^

  

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pi^Ti^'T,';!^,\'tKi!^'j^ f-^^'/j^'h^.T.'^.'T^'r^.'^rr:-. : ■ ••-. ■ .■•/•-•",:• Jvtm 1«, 1»16. The Florists^ Review 53 INDEX BY TOWNS OF LEADING RETAIL FLORISTS AXBOH, 0. • XoFarlandt ALBANY, N. Y. Danker, Floriit RMer7> Th« ALTOONA, PA, My«n Bro>. ATLANTA. OA. Lawrence Floral Co, ATLANTIC CITT, N. 7. BeAe, Oeo. H. Edwards Fl'rl Hall Co. AUBUSN. N. T. Dobbe ft Bon AUBORA. ILL. Aurora OreenhouN Co. Bmely, Joe. M. BALTmOBE, MD. Feast ft Sons, S. Pleroe ft Co. BATTLE OB'K, XIOH. Oocran. 8. W. BntKINOHAM, ALA. Baker, C. I. BLOOMINOTON. ILL. Wellenreiter ft Son BOONE, IOWA Xemble's Oreenhonses BOSTON. KASS. Boston Cat Flower Co. Carbone Comiey, Renrr B. OaMn, Ino., T. F. Newman ft Sons Penn. Henry Wax Bros. BBOCXTON. KASS. Hathaway. W. W. BBOOKLTN. N. T. Jahn. Huco H. Phillips, Florist Trepel, Joseph Wi&n. R. 0. BVFFALO, N. T. Anderson, 8. A, Palmer ft Son. W, J. BXIRLINOTON. VT. Gh>Te. The Florist Peters, W. E. CEDAR RAPIDS, lA. Kramer ft Son, I. N, CENTERVILLE, lA, Kemble's Greenhouses CHARLESTON. 8. C. Aroade Floral Shop Carolina Flower Store CHARLESTON. W. VA. Charleston Cut Flo. Co. CHEYENNE, WYO. Underwood, Arthur A. CHICAGO Alpha Floral Co. Friednutn. 0. J. Keenan, A. F., ft Co. XoAdams, A. XoKellar. C. W. Samuelson, Chas. A. Schiller. The FlorUt Smyth, W. J. Wienhoeber Co., E. Wittbold Co., Geo, CINCINNATI, 0. HUl Floral Co. OLARXSBVRG. W. YA. Dudley ft Sons Hayman Orhse. Co. Weber ft Sons Co. CLEVELAND, 0. Bramley & Son Cleveland Cut Flo, Co. Oasser Co., J. M. Jones-Russell Co. Graham ft Son ^oble Bros. Smith ft Fetters Co. COLO. SPROS.. COLO. Crump, F. F. Pikes Peak Flo. Co. COLVHBtTS. O. LiTlnrston Seed Co Wilson's Seed Store DALLAS. TEX. Dallas Floral Co. Lan( Floral Co. DAYTON. 0. Heiss Co. Xatthews the Florist DE KALB. ILL. Johnson, J. L. DENVER, COLO, Park Floral Co, DES MOINES. lA. Alpha Floral Co. WUson Floral Co. DETROIT. MICH. Bemb Floral Co. Breitmeyer's Sons, J, Schroeter, B. DULITTH, MINN. Duluth Floral Co. ELMIRA. N. Y. Rosery, The EL PASO, TEX. PntteT Floral Co. ERIE, PA. LaTer. J, Y, Vor Pacaa of AdY«Ttla«mants, oomanit tb« B«n«r»l AIpluUBatloal Xnd«z to AdTartlsamanta EVANSTON, ILL, Fischer Bros, EVANSTON, WYO, Westholder, L, B, FAIRMONT, W. VA. Weber ft Sons Co. FOREST PARK, ILL. Kllmmer's Or'houses FORT DODGE. IOWA North Floral Co. FORT SMITH. ARK. Rye, Geo. FORT WORTH, TEX. McAdam, J. E. FREEPORT. ILL. Bausoher, John GALESBURO, ILL, Drury. H. F, Pillsbury, L L. GARY, IND, Gary Floral Co. GENEVA, N, Y. Cass, W. ft T. GRAND RAP'S. MICH. Crabb, Arthur F. Smith, Henry GREEN BAY, WIS. Meier ft Co.. 0. GREENSBORO. N. C. Van Llndley Co. GUTHRIE, OKLA, Furrow ft Co. HARTFORD, CONN, Coombs, John HELENA, MONT. State Nursery Co. HOUSTON. TE3CAS Forestdale Fl'r Shop Kerr, R. C. HUNTINGTON. W. VA. Dudley ft Sons INDIANAPOUS. IND. Bertermann Bros. Co. Hill Floral Co. Wiennd ft Sons JACKSONVILLE. FLA. MUls. the Florist JACKSONVILLE. ILL. Heinl ft Sons. J. JERSEY CITY, N. J. Madden, Flcrist KNOXVILLE. TENM. Crouoh. Chsia. W. KANSAS CITY. MO. Kelloffs. Geo. X. Murray. Samnel Newell. A. Rook Flower Co. LA CROSSE. WIS. La Crosse Floral Co. LANCASTER, PA, Barr ft Co,. B. F, Rosery, The LEXINGTON, KY. Honaker, the Florist Keller, Florist Keller Co,, John A, UMA, 0, ZetliU, Ecrert N, LINCOLN, NEB, Chapin Bros. Frey. C. H. Frey ft Frey LITTLE ROCK. ARX. Pales. Paul M. LOS ANGELES. CAL. Darling's Flower Shop Howard ft Smith Wolfskills' ft Golden- son Wright's Flower Shop LOUISVILLE. KY, Baumer, Aug, R, Sohulz, JaooD Walker ft Co., F. LOWELL. MASS. Morse ft Reals LYNN. MASS. Gibbs Bros, MACON, GA, Idle Hour Nurseries MADISON, WIS. Rentsohler Floral Co., MARSHALLTOWN, XA. Kemble's Greenhouses MASON CITY, LA. Kemble's Greenhouses MEMPHIS. TENN. Idlewild Greenhouses MIAML FLA. Miami Floral Co. MITCHELL. 8. D. Newburys. Inc., The MINNEAPOUS, MINN. Swanson's Whitted Floral Co, MILWAUKEE, WIS, Fox ft Son, J. M, Zimmermann, W. C. MOBILE, ALA. Minge Floral Co. MONTCLAIR. N, J. Massmann. Florist MONTGOMERY. ALA. Rosemont Gardens MONTREAL, CANADA MoKenna, Ltd. MT. CLEMENS, MICH. Von Boeselager, Aug, NASHVILLE. TENN. Oeny Bros, Joy Floral Co, NEWARK, N, J, Philips Bros, NEWARK. 0. Duerr, Chas, A, Kent Bros, NEW LONDON. CONN. Renter ft Sons, Ino, NEW ORLEANS, LA, Metairie Ridge Nursery Co.. Ltd. Virgin. U. J. NEW YORK CITY Boston Florist Bowe, M. A. Clarke's Sons. David Dards. Chas. A. OalTin, Ino.. T. F. KottmlUer. A. Malandre Bros. MoOonnell, Alex. Myer Sonling. Max Siebrecnt ft Son Stumpp. Oeo. M. Trepel. C. C. Warendorff Young ft Nngent NORFOLK. VA. Qrandy the Florist NORWICH. CONN. Renter ft Sons, Ino, OAKLAND, CAL. Clarke Bros, Thorsted Floral Co. OAKLAND. MD. Weber ft Sons Co. OMAHA, NEB, Henderson, Lewis Hess ft Swoboda Stewart, 8, B, OSKALOOSA. lA. Kemble's Greenhouses OTTAWA, CANADA Sorimm's Florist OTTUMWA, IOWA Criley, 0. P. M. PARKERSB'G. W. VA. Dudley. Charles P. Dudley ft Sons PASSAIC. N. J. Sceery, Edward PATERSON. N. J. Soeery. Edward PEKIN. ILL. Kuhl. Oeo. A. PEORIA, ILL. Ktthl, Geo. A. PHILADELPHIA, PA. Habermehl's Sons, J. J. London Flower Shop PITTSBURGH. PA. E. C. Ludwig FlrL Co. Randolph ft MoCIements Smith Co., A, W. PITTSFLELD. MASS. Flower Shop. The PORTLAND, ORE. Clarke Bros. Tonseth Floral Co. POUGHKEEPSIE. N. Y. Saltford Flower Shop PROVIDENCE, R. L Johnston ft Co., T. J. Johnston Bros. PUEBLO. COLO. Colonial Flower Shop QUINCY. ILL. Heckenkamp. JA, F.W. CHICAGO ORDERS SENT TO 81»8'81»4

 

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ARE CAREFULLY EXECUTED MTGHTOAN AVKNUK ST. LOUIS. TVTO. •FLOWERS DELIVERED IN CITY OR STATE ON SHORT NOTICE* BOTLB AND llBTLAIiO B U lAf PDBD BOTLK AND HABILAND ATBNUig r« ria YwCDELIf ^ AYBNUKS Both Lone Distaaoe Phones. Member Florists* Telegraph Ikellverr Association. J. J. Habennehl's Sons The finest floral arrangements, flowers and plants furnished on tcleijrraphlc orders. m. Phfladelpiiia ?S" PHlLADELmiA and Vicinity The London FlowerShop.Ud. 1800 Chestnut Street. PHn.AniCT.PHIA, PA. Member Florists' Telegraph Delivery. FRED C. WEBER '^t St. Louis, Mo. We have no Branch Store SELLING FLOWKRS FORTY-TWO YEARS Member Florists' T, D. Assn. Members of Florists' Telegraph DeUrery Ass'a EVENDEN BROS. Williamspor t. If a X«Tfest Growers la OBotral Pa. A. W. Smith Co. • . • FLORISTS ... "S^t?No. Pittsburgh, Pa. largest Floral Establishment in Anefka Established 1874—Incorporated 1909 PITTSBURGH, PA. RANDOLPH & McCLEMENTS Floral Experts 5936 PENN AVENUE Members of the Florists' Telegraph Delivery Pittsburgh, Pa. 710 E. Diamond St. COUItTESIES EXTENDED TO TBE TRADE "^^^ OFKN DAT and NIGHT Members of the Florists' Teleitraoh IMivery. m^'-^'f-. WILUAMSPORT, PA. wnxuNsron wsmxnp^^^' BAOINE, WIS. HinoUlffe. Mrs. J. Y. SICHMONB. INI). Lemon A Co., F. H. BICHMOND, VA. Hammond Co. Batcllffe. 7ohn L. BOCHESTES. MINll. Wltle. D. M. BOCRESTEB, N. T. Keller Sou, J. B. BOOKFOBD. ILL. Buokbee. H. W. ST. JOSEPH, MO, Stuppy Floral Co. ST. LOUIS. MO. Beneke. J. J, Beyer. Chat. Ostertac Bros. Sanders Weber, Fred C. Weber. F. H. Tounff A Sons Co. ST. PAUL, MIKN. Holm & Olion, Ino. May A Co., L. L. SAGINAW. MICH. Soets Sons, J. B. SALT LAKE CITT Huddart Floral Co. SAN DIEOO. CAL. Boyle ft Damaud SAN FBANCISOO, CAL. Barbee, Mrs. B. E. Josepb. B. M. Pelicano. Bote! h Co. Podesta A Baldooobl Sbibeley-Mann Co. SCHENECTADY. N. T. Champlin. M. P. SCBANTON, PA. Clark, Florist Soholtbeis, Florist SEATTLE, WASH. Hollywood Oardent McCoy, L. W. Bosaia Bros. SEBAIXA. MO. Arcbias Floral Co. SUte Fair Floral Co. SHEBOYGAN. WIS. Mattbewson, J. E. SlOXrX CITY, LA. Benniaon Co., J. 0. Bocklin & Lehman SIOUX FALLS. 8. S. Tboma* Greenhonae SOUTH BEND. IND. Beyer Floral Co. SPOKANE, WASH. Burt, A. J. SPBINOFIELD. ILL. Brown. A. C. SPBINGFIELD. MO. Snmmerfleld Flo. Co. SPBINGFIELD, OHIO Van Meter Fl'r Sbop STEUBENVILLE. 0. Hnscroft, G. L. SYEACUSE. N. T. Mulbauser A Son, 3, TACOMA. WASH. California Florist , TAMPA. FLA. KnuU Flo. Co. TEBBE HAUTE. IND. Heinl A Son, Jobn G. TOLEDO. 0. Freeman. Mrs. J, B. Mets ft Bateman Schramm Bros, TOPEKA. KAN. Hayes. James Hofloraft. Mri. M. B. Lord'i Flower Boom TOBONTO. CANADA Dunlop. John K. Simmons ft Son WASHINGTON. D. C. Blaokistone. Z. D. Oude Bros. Co. WASHINGTON. PA W. ft W. Flower Btof WATEBLOq, IOWA Kemble's Greenbousea Sherwood, Obas. WAUKESHA. WIS. Wankesba Floral Co. WELLESLEY. MA88. Tailby ft Son WESTEBLY, B. Z. Beuter ft Son. Ino. WHITE SULPHUB 8PBINGS. W. VA. BatoUire, John L. WILLIAMSPOBT, FA. Evenden Bros. Williamsport Flrl. Oe. WILMINGTON. N. C. FowIsr^Mrs. L. P. _ WINNIPEG. Man.. Okm. Bosery, The WOBC^STEB. MASS. Lance, H. F. A. BandatTs Flower Sbce YANKTON. S. D. Oaraiv •Menhovss Os.

  

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!«F^?^ v,-'—-■/. Sbpvbiibbb 9, 1915. The Florists^ Review 51 INDEX BY TOWNS OF LEADING RETAIL FLORISTS P»C«a of AdTmrtlaomonta, oonanlt tb* K«n«na Alptutbottoal Ind«z to AdTortlaomoats AZSOV. 0. Morftriaiidt ALBAWT, K. T. Danker, Florist OleeokBer, Wm, AX.TOONA. PA Vyers Broi. TlAVMnca B^ftl Oo. ^Umo Xha FlorUt ATLANTIC 0IT7. V. f. B«rk«, Om. H. Xdwarda Fl'rl E«U Oo. AVBXmir, K. 7. Dobbi te Soa AUSOBA, UX, Aurora OreenhouM Oo. Smol7. 7oa. M. BALTHiOKE, MS. Foatt ft Sou, 8. Fioroo * Co. BATTLE CB'K. XIOH. Cms an, 8. W. BIBfilNOHAlC. iiTA. Baker, 0. I. BLOOMiNGTOir, ILL. WeUenr^ter A Ben BOONE. IOWA Xemble's OreonhonMa BOSTON, 1IAS8. Oarbone Oomley, Heatr B. OalTln, Ina, T. F. Newman & Sou Fean, Henry Wax Bros. BHOOKTON. KASB. Hatlia'«^T, W. W. BROOKLYN. N. Y. Jahn. Hugo H. PUlllps, Florist Trepel, 7ose»h Wilson. B. G. BXTFFALO, N. Y. Anderson, S. A. Palmer & Son. W. J. Scott The Florist BUBLINOTON, VT. OoTo, The Florist Peters, W. E. CEDAR RAPIDS, lA. ^&amer ft Son, I. N. OENTERVILLE, lA. Kemble's Greenhouses CHARLESTON, S. C. Aroade Floral Shop Carolina Flower Store CHARLESTON, W. TA. Charleston Cut Flo. Co. CHATHAM, N. Y. Chatham Floral Co. •HEYENNE, WYO. Tlnderwood. Arthur A. CHICAGO Alpha Floral Co. risk. Inc., C. H. Friedman, 0. J, Xeenan, A. F., ft Co. MoAdams. A. MoKellar, C. W. 8amneIson, Chas. A. Smyth, W. jr. Wlenhoeber Co., E. . Wittbold Co., Geo. •HILLICOTHE. MO. Isherwood Greenhouses OnrCINNATI, 0. _H111 Floral Co. •ZARESBURG, W. VA. Dudley ft Sons Hayman Grhse. Co. ..Weber ft Sons Co. •LEYELAND, 0. Bramley ft Son CIOTeland Cut Flo. Co, Gaaser Co., J. M. Jones-Russell Co. Graham ft Soa Xnoble Bros. _8mith ft Fetters Co. •UNTON, IOWA Bather, Andrew COLO. SPROS., COLO. Cramp, F. F. Pikes Peak Re. Co. OOLTIMBVS, 0. LtrinKston Seed Co. _ WUson's Seed Store BALLAS, TEX. Dallas Floral Co. _ Lang Floral Co. BAYTON, 0. Heiss Co. , Matthews the Florist BE XALB, ILL. Johnson, 7. L. BENVER, COLO. Park Floral Co. BES MOINES. LA. Alpha Floral Co. _ Wilson Floral Co. BETROIT, MICK. Bemb Floral Co. Breitmeyer's Sons, J, _ Sokroeter, B. BULITTH. MINN. Dalath Floral 0*. ■LMIRA, N. Y. __Reoery, The BL PASO, TEX. Potter Floral Co. ERIE, PA. Larer, J. V. XVAN8T0N. nx, Fisoher Bros. FAIRMONT, W. VA Weber ft Sons Co. FALL RIVER, MASS. Rodf ers ft Duf ran FOREST PARK, ILL. Xlimmer's Ochouaes FORT DODGE, IOWA North Floral Co. FORT SMITH, ARK. Rye, Qeorre FORT WORTH, TXX. MoAdam. J. E. FREEPORT, ILL. Bauscher, John .. GALESBXmO, ILL. DnuT, H. F. PiUsbury, I. L, GARY, INi). Gary Floral Co. GENEVA, N. Y. Cass, W. ft T. GRAND RAP'S, MICH. Crabb, Arthur F. Crabb ft Hunter Smith, Henry GREEN BAY. WIS. Meier-Sohroeder Co. GREENSBORO, N. C. Van Llndley Co. GUTHRIE, OXLA Furrow ft Co. HARTFORD. CONN. Coombs, John HELENA, MONT. State Nursery Co. HOTTSTON, TEXAS Forestdale Fl'r Shop Kerr, R. C. HUNTINGTON, W. VA. Dudley ft Sons INDIANAPOLIS. IND. Bertermann Bros. Co. Hill Floral Co. Wierand ft Sons JACKSONVILLE, FLA. MilU. the Florist JACKSONVILLE. ILL. Heinl ft Sons. J. JERSEY CITYi If. J. Madden, Florist XNOXVILLE, TENN. Crouroh, Chas. W. KANSiS CITY. MO. Kellonr, Geo. M. Murray, Samuel Newell, A. Rook FIow«r Co. , V^iCROSSE. WIS. Lk Crosse Floral Co. LANCASTER, PA. Barr ft Co., B. F. Rosery, The LEXINGTON, KY. Honaker, the Florist Keller, Florist Keller Co., John A. LIMA. 0. Zetlitz, Enert N. LINCOLN, NEB. Chapin Bros. Frey, C. H. Frey ft Frey LOS ANGELES, CAL. Darling's Flower Shop Howard ft Smith Wolfskilla' ft Goldon- son Wright's Flower Shop LOUISVILLE, KY. Baumer, An*'. R. Schuls, JaooD Walker ft Co., F. LOWELL, MASS. Morse ft Reals LYNN. MASS. Gibbs Bros. MACON, GA. Idle Hour Nurseries MADISON. WIS. Rentsohler Floral Co. MARSHALLTOWN. lA, Kemble's Greenhouses MASON CITY, lA. Kemble's Greenhouses MEMPHIS, TENN. Idlewild Greenhouses MIAMI, FLA. Miami Floral Co. MILWAUKEE, WIS. Fox ft Son, J. M. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. Swanson's Whitted Floral Co. MITCHELL, S. D. Newburys, Ino.. The MOBILE, ALA. iMinge Floral Co. MONTCLAIR, N. J. Massmann, Florist MONTGOMERY, ALA. Rosemont Gardens MONTREAL, CANADA McKenna, Ltd. NASHVILLE, TENN. Geny Bros. Joy Floral Co. NEWARK, N. J. Phillips Bros. NEWARK, 0. Duerr, Chas. A, Kent Bros. NEW LONDON. CONN. Router ft Sons. Ino. NEW ORLEANS, LA. Metairie Ridge Nurse^ Co., Ltd. Virgin. U. J. NEW YORK CITY Boston Florist Bowe, M. A. Clarke's Sons, Darid Dards, Chas. A. Galvin, Ino., T. F. Kottmiller, A. Malandre Bros. Myer Sohling, Max Siebrecht ft Son Stumpp, Geo, M. Trepel, C. C. WarendorfF Young ft Nugent NORFOLK, VA. Grandy the Florist NORWICH, CONN. Router ft Sons, Ino. OAKLAND. CAL. Clarke Brw« OAKLAND,'KD, Weber ft Sons Co. OMAHA. NEB. Henderson, Lewis Hess ft Swoboda Stewart, S. B. OSKALOOSA, lA. Kemble's Greenhouses OTTAWA, CANADA Sorimm's Florist OTTUMWA, IOWA CrUey, O. P. M. PARKERSB'G. W. VA. Dudley, Charles P. Dudley ft Sons PASSAIC, N. J. Soeery, Edward PATERSON. N. J. Soeery, Edward PEKIN, ILL. Kuhl, Geo. A PEORIA, ILL. Kuhl, Geo. A. PHILADELPHIA. -PA. Habermehl's Sons, J. J. London Flower Shop PITTSBURGH, PA E. C. Ludwig Flrl. Co. Randolph ft MoClements Smith Co., A W. PORTLAND. ORE. Clarke Bros. Tonseth Floral Oo. POUOHKEEPSIE. V. Y. Saltford Flower Shop PROVIDENCE, R. L Johnston ft Co.. T. J. Johnston Bros. PUEBLO. COLO. Colonial Flower Shop QUINCY, ILL. Heokenkamp. Jr., F. W. CHICAGO ORDERS SENT TO 8182-8184

 

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ARE CAREFULLY EXECUTED MICHIGAN AVENUE ST. LOUIS. TV^O. • FLOWERS DELIVERED IN CITY OR STATE ON SHORT NOTICE- BOTU AND lABTLAND E? U lAfCrDBD BOTLI AITD HABTLIHD Both Lonf Digtanoe Phones. Member Florists* Talegnpli Delivery Association. J. J. HabermeM's Sons The finest floral arrangements, flowers and plants furnished on telegraphic orders. The Bellerae- Stratford. Philadelphia Broad aa4 Walaat Streets. riDLADELnilA and Vidnity The LondonFlowerShop,Ltd. 1800 Chestnut Street. PHILADKLPHIA. PA. Member Florists' Telegraph Delivery. FRED C. WEBER ^It St. Louis, Mo. We have no Branch Store SELLINO rLOWERS FORTY-TWO YEAES Member Florists' T. D. Assn. MamiMit-M ui Aiuriaw' toiv^tmiHi uaufnait Aam'm EVENDEN BROS. ^SStrS'iT" WiUiamtport, Pa. Ad Wo Smith COo • • • FLORISTS • • • ''^&?NG. Pittsburgh, Pa. largest Floral Establishment in Anefki Eirtablished 1874—Incorporated 1900 PITTSBURGH, PA. RANDOLPH & McClEMENTS Floral Experts 5936 PENN AVENUE Members of the Florists' Telegraph Delivery Pittsburgh, Pa. 710 E. Diamond St. COURTESIES EXTENDED TO THE TRADE OPKN DAT and NIGHT Members of the Florists' Telegraph Delivery. WILLIAMSPORT, PA. WLUAMSPORT RORAL CO.:tm:^,iSSl."' XAOIKE, WIS. Hlnchllffe, Mrs. 7. T. KiCHHOKDj nrs. Lemen k da., F. M, ttCHXOND, TA. Hammond C«. Batollffe, Joka L. XOCHESTEX, ir. T. ,j Keller Sons, X B. ^ f XOCKFOKD, nx. Bnokbee, H. W. ST. JOSEPH, KO. Stuppy Floral C*. ST. LOUIS, KO. Beneke, j. J. Beyer, Chai. Oitertag Bres. Sanders Weber. Fred C. Weber. F. H. ST. PATTL. ximr. Helm h Olten, lae. Kay tt Co., L. L. SAOIKAW, KICH. Ooetz Sobs, 3. B. SALT LAKE CITT Huddart Fleral Oe. SAK DIEOO. CAL. Boyle 4b DamaMl BAN FSANOISCO, OAIn Darbee. Krs. «. B. Joseph. B. K. Pelioano, Bettl ft Oa. Fedetta ft BaldoooU Shibeley-Kaaa Ce. 8OTENECTADT. B. T. Champlin. K. P. BCKANTON, PA. CUrk. Flerist Schultheis, Florist SEATTLE, WASH. HoUywMd Oardeaa KoCoy, L. W. Bosaia Bros. SEOALIA. KO. Arohias Fleral Co. State Fair Fleral Oe. ■HEBOTOAN, WIS. Kattkewson. J. £. nOTTZ CITT, lA. HeanisoB Co.. J. 0. SIOUX FALLS. S. B. Thomas OTeenkease SOUTH BEBS. IBD. Beyer Floral Oe. SPOKANE. WASH. Burt, A. J. SPKINQFIELD, ILL. BrowB, A. 0. SPBINOFIELD, KO. Summerfleld Flo. Oe. SPBINOFIELD, OHI» Tan Keter Fl'r Shov STEUBENTILLE. 0. Husoroft, O. L. STBACUSE, N. T. Kulhausor ft S^u^ 7. TACOKA, WABX. Calif oraU Floriat TAXPA, FLA. Knull Flo. Co. TEBRE HAUTE. IBB. Heinl ft Son, Joka ft. TOLEDO, 0. Freeman, Krs. J. B. Kets ft Batemaa Schramm Bres. TOPEKA, KAN. Hayea, James Holleraft, Krs. K. B. Lord's Flower Roeai TOBONTO, CANADA Dnnlof, John H. UBBANA, O. East Lawn Gardoas WASHINGTON, D. 0. Blackistone, Z. D. Oude Bros. Oe. WASHINGTON, PA. W. ft W. Flower Stare WATEBLOq, IOWA Kemble's Gneoaheeeee Sherwood. Chas. WAUKESHA. WIS. Waukeska Floral Oa. WELLE8LET, KAU. Tailby ft Smi WESTEBLT, B. I. Henter ft Son, Ina. WHITE 8ULPHUB SPRINGS. W. TA. Eatoliffe, John L. WILLIAKSPORT, PA. Evenden Bros. WiUiamsport FbL Oe. WILKINOTON. V. 0. Fowler, Krs. P. P. WINNIPEa, Kaa., •«. Bosery, The WOKCESTEB. XAM. Lanre, H. T. A Bandall's Flewar Msv TANXTON. %. O. Onmoy ttroeakewe

  

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Jandabt 21, lOlB. The Florists' Review 49 INDEX BY TOWNS OF LEADING RETAIL FLORISTS Wot P»K*s of AdT«rtls«m«iits, eonsult th* K*ner»l Alphabatloal Xnd«z to Advorttsomonts AKBOK, 0. XoFarUndi ALBANY, N. Y. • Danker, FlorUt Boiary, TIm ALTOOMA, FA. ^ XywftBzoa. AILAHTA. OA. Lawrenoa Floral Oo, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Berks, Oeo. H. Edwarda Fl'rl Hall Co. ATTBVBN. N. Y. Dobba ft Boa ATTBOBA, ILL. Aurora Oreenkouio Oo. Bmaly, Joa. M. Baltimore; md. Feaat ft Bona, 8. Fiedler ft Co., A. O. Pierce ft Co. ■ATTLE OB'K, XIOH. Conan, 8. W. BIBMi¥6hAM. ALA. Baker, 0. L BLOOMINOTON, ILL. Wallenreiter ft Bon BOONE, IOWA Xemble'a Oreenhoniei BOBTON, MASS. Boston Cut Flower Co. Oarbone Comley, Henry B. Oalvin. Inc., T. F. Kewman & Sons Fenn, Henry Wax Bros. BBATTLEBOBO, VT. Allen, Florist BBO^TON, MASS. Hathaway, W. W. BBOOKLYN. N. Y. Jabn. HuRO H. Phillips, Florist Trejpel, 0. 0. Wilson, B. O. BUFFALO. N. Y. Anderson, S. A. Palmer ft Bon. W, J. BTTBLINOTON. VT. Oova The Florist Peters, W. E» OEDAB BAPIIB, lA. Kramer ft Bm. I. N. CENTEBVILLE. lA. Kemble's Oreenhooses CHABLEBTON. 8. 0. Aroade Floiu Shop Carolina Flower Store 0HABLF8TOW. W. VA. Charleston Out Flo. Co. CHEYENNE. WYO. Underwood, Arthur A. OEaCAOO Alpha Floral Co. Frauenfeldar Co. Friedman, 0. J,^ Keenan, A. F., ft Oo. MoKellar, C. W. Bamnelson, (Thas. A. Bohiller The Florist Bmyth, W. J, Wlenhoeber Co., E. Wittbold Co.. Geo. CINCINNATI. 0. Hill Floral Co. CLABKSBVBO. W. VA. Dudley ft Sons Hayman Omhse Co. Weber ft Bens Oo. CLEVELAUD. 0. Bramley ft Bon Cleveland Cut Flo. Co Eadie Co., James Oasser Co., J. M. Jones-Bussell Oo. Oraham ft Bon Knoble Bros. Smith ft Fetters Oo. COLO. SPBOS., COLO. Crump. F. F. Pikea Peak Flo. Oo. COLUMBUS. 0. Livingston Seed Oo. Wilson's Seed Store DALLAS. TEX. Dallas Floral Oo. Lans Floral Co. DAYTON, 0. Reiss 00. Matthews The Florist DE KALB, ILL. Johnson, 7. L. DENTON, TEXAS Denton Floral Oo. DENVEB, COLO. Park Floral Oo. DEB M0INE8, lA. Alpha Floral Oo. Trlllow, Florist DETBOIT. MICH. Bomb Floral Oo. Breitmeyer's Bona, J. Bohroeter. B. DULUTH. knhr. . Dulnth Floral Oo. EL PASO. TEX. Potter Floral Oo. EBIE, PA. Lavar, J. ▼. Bohloraff Floral Oo. EVANBTON. ILL. Fischer Bros. EVANBTON, WYO. Westholder, L. B. FAIBMONT, W. VA. Weber ft Bons Oo. FAYETTEVILLE. ABK, Southwestern Seed Co. FOREST PABX, ILL. Klimmer's Or'heuaes FORT DODOE, IOWA North Floral Co, FORT SMITH, ABK. Bye, Geo. FORT WORTH, TEX. MoAdam, J. E. FBEEPOBT, ILL, Bausoher, John Freeport Floral Co. OALESBXTRO, ILL. DnuT, H. F. PUlsbury, L I. GABY, IND. Gary Floral Oo. GENEVV N. Y. C&M ^v ft X GRAND BAP'S. MICH. Smith, Henry GREEN BAY, WIS. Meier ft Co.. 0. GUTHKIE. OKLA. Furrow ft Co. HARTFORD, CONN. Coombs, John HELENA. MONT. State Nursery Oo. HOUSTON, TEXAS Forestdale Fl'r Shop HUNTINGTON. W. VA. Dudley ft Bona INDIANAPOLU, IND. Bertermann Bros. Oo. Hill Floral Co. Wiennd ft Bons ITHACA, N. Y. Hillside Floral Shop 7ACES0NVILLE. FLA. Mills. The Florist JACKSONVILLE, ILL. Heinl ft Sons. J. JERSEY CITY. N. J. Madden, Florist KNOXVILLE, TENN. Crouoh, Chas. W. KANSAS CITY. MO. KellotS. Geo. M. Murray, Samuel Newell, A. Rook Flower Co. LA CROSSE, WIS. La Croiie Floral Co. LANCASTER, PA. Barr ft Co.. B. F. Rosery, The LE MARS, IOWA Rooklin ft Lehman LEXINGTON, KY. Keller, Florin Keller. John A. LIMA, 0. ZetUtz, Efrert N. LINCOLN, NEB. Chapin Bros, Frey, C. H. Frey ft Frey LITTLE BOCK. ARK. Pales, Paul M. LOB ANGELES. CAL. Darling's Flower Shop Howard ft Smith WolfakiUs' ft Golden- son Wright's Flower Shop LOXnSVILLE. KY. Baumer, Aug. B. Sohuls, Jaoob Walker ft Co., F. LOWELL. MASS. Greene, Harvey B. Morse ft Beals MAOON, OA, Idle Hour Nurseries MADISON. WIS. Rentsohler Floral Co. MARBHALLTOWN. lA. Kemble's Greenhouses MASON CITY. lA. Kemble's Greenhouses MEMPHIS. TENN. Idlewild Greenhouses - MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. Swanson's Whitted Floral Oo. MILWAUKEE. WIS. Zimmennann. W. 0. MITCHELL. S. D. New bury s. Inc., The MOBILE, ALA. Minge Floral Co. MONTCLAIB, N, J. MaasmaAn, Florist MONTGOMEBY, ALA. Rosemont Gardens MT. CLEMENS, MICH. Von Boeselager, Aug. NASHVILLE. TENN, Geny Bros. Joy Floral Co. NEWABK. N. J. Philips Bros. NEWABK, 0. Duerr, (was. A. Kent Bros. NEWBURYFORT. Haas. Pearson, E. W. N^W LONDON, CONN. Router ft Son, Due. NEW ORLEANS, LA. Metairie Bidge Nursery Co., Ltd. VirrfB, tr. J. NEWPOBT, B. I. Bunyard Floral Oo. NEW YOBK CITY Boston Florist Bowe, M. A. Bunyard, A. T. Clarke's Sons, David Dards, Chaa, A. Galvin, Ino., T. F. Kottmiller, A. MoConneil. Alex. Myer Bchling, Max Siebreoht ft Bon Stumpp. Geo. M. Trepel. 0. 0. WarendorfT Young & Nugent NORFOLK. VA. Grandy the Florist NORWICH. CONN. Renter ft Son, Ino. OAKLAND. OAL. Clarke Bros. OAKLAND. MD. Weber ft Bons Oo. OMAHA. NEB> Henderson,' Lewis. Hess ft. Bwoboda Stewart,, B' B< OSKALOOSA, lA. - Kemble's Greenhouses OTTAWA, CANADA Scrimm's Florist OTTUMWA, IOWA Criley, 0. P. M. PARIS, TEXAS KUey, Florist PARKERBB'G, W. VA. Dudley, Charles P. Dudley ft Bons PASSAIC, N. J. Sceery, Edward PATERSON, N. J. Soeery, Edward PEKIN, ILL. Knhl, Geo. A. PEOBIA. ILL. Knhl, Geo. A. PHILADELPHIA. PA. Habermehl's Sons, J. J. London Flower 8nop PITTBBUBGH, PA, E. 0. Lndwig FlrL Oo. Bandolph ft MoClements Smith Co.. A. W. PITTSFIELD, MASS. Flower Shop, The PWTLAND, OBB. Clarke Bros, Tonseth Floral Oo. POUGHKEEPBIE. N. Y. Saltford Flower Shop PBOVIDENCE. B. L Johnston ft Co., T. J. Johnston Bros. CHICAGO ORDERS SENT TO

 

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ARE •: CAREFULLY EXECUTED 8182-ei34 MICHIGAIV AVENUB ST. LOUIS. T^O. • FLOWERS DEUVCRED IN CITY OR STATE ON SKORTNOTICK- BOTLK AND MABTLAND E U lAIETElED BOTLS AND HABTLAHO AVBNUS8 8 ■ ria YwELDCIf , ATENUES Both Lonir Distaxioe Phones. Member Florista* Telegraph Delivery Association. J. J. Habennehl's Sons the finest floral arrangements, flowers and plants famished on telesrraphlc orders. Tke BeiloTve •teatford. Philadelphia Bread aai Waiaat Bteeeta. miLADELrilU and Vidnity The London FlowcrShop,Ltd 1800 Chastnat 8tr««t, pfni.ftpm.PHLA, PA. Member Vlorists' Teleffraph DellTecr. FRED C. WEBER It! St. Louis, Mo. 4326-28 OUve We have no Branch Store SELLING FLOWERS FORTY-ONE YEARS Member Florists' T. D. Ass'n Members of Florists' Teleffrapb DtiUrery Ass'n EVENDEN BROS. l^^l^r^" WiUiamsport, Pa. Ao Wo Smith Co. • . . FLORISTS • . . ''^S.tl^Q, Pittsburgh, Pa. largest Fforal Establishment in America Established 1874—Incorporated 1900 PITTSBURGH, PA. RANDOIPH & McCLBNSnS Floral Kxperts ,,, 8936 PENN AVENUE Members of the Florists' Telesraph Oelivwiv PinSBURGIt, PA., 710 E. Diamood SL COURTESIES EXTEIIDED TO THE TRADE Bpea Dsy Md MiM Members of the Florists' Telegraph Delivery '[-.am?- WILLI AMSPORT, PA. WnUAMSPOKT nOMlCO.'^^'." PUEBLO, COLO. Colonial Flower Shot QUINCT. ILL. Heokenkamp, Jr., F.W. BACINE, WIS. Hinohllffe, Krs. J. T. SICHKOND, IND. Lemon tt Co., F. H. BICHKOND, YA. Hammond Co. Batoliffe. John L. BOCHESTEB, MINH. Brack's Floral Store Wicle, S. M. BOCHESTEB, N. T. Keller Sons, J. B. Wilson. H. E. BOCKFOBO. HX. «. Buokbjte, H. W. ST. JOSEPH. HO. Stnppy Floral Oe. ST. LOUIS, XO. Beneke, J. J, Beyer, Chas. Gnmm & Gorly Kalisoh Bros. Ostertas Bros. Sanders Weber. Fred C. Weber, F. H. Yoiuiff & Sons Co. ST. PAUL. XINN. Holm & Olson, Ibu. May ft Co., L. L. SAOINAW, mOH. Ooets Sons, J. B. SALT LAKE CITY Huddart Floral 0». SAN SIEOO. CAL. Boyle tt Samand SAN FRANCISCO, OAL. Oarbee. Krs. B. X. Joseph, B. K. Pelioano, Bossl tt Oo. Podesta & Baldooohi SCHENECTADY, N. Y. Champlln, M. P. SCBANTOK, PA. Clark, Florist • Schultheia. Florist SEATTLE, WASH. Hollywood Gardens McCoy, L. W. Bosaia Bros. SEBALIA, MO. Archias Floral Co. SHEBOYOAN, WIS. Matthewson, J. E. SIOUX CITY. lA. Bennison Co.. J. 0. Bocklln it T-jAm^n SIOUX FALLS, S. D. Thomas Greenhonse SOUTH BEND, IND. Bmot Floral Co. SPOKANE, WASH. Burt, A. J. SPRINOFIELD, ILL. Brown, A. 0. SPBINOFIELO, KO. Sommerlleld Flo. Os. SPBINOFIELD, OHIO Yan Meter Fl'r Shot STEUBENYILLE, O. Huscroft, O. L. TACOMA. WASH. California Florist TAMPA. FLA. Knnll Flo. Co. TEBBE HAUTE, IND. Heinl tt Son, John O. TOLEDO, 0. Freeman. Mrs. J. B. Mets It Bateman Schramm Bros. TOPEXA, KAN. HoUoraft, Mrs. M. B. Lord's Flower Boom TOBONTO. CANADA Dnnlop, John H. Simmons ft Son <WJ«SINOTON, D. 0. B^skistone, Z. D. Ouin Bros. Co. WASHINGTON, PA. ■WJk W. Flower Store WATEBLOO, IOWA Kemble's Oreenhonses Sherwood, Chas. WFLLESLEY. MASS. Tallby ft Bon WEST SULPHUR SPBINOS, W. TA. RatclUfe, John L. WE8TEBLY, B. I. Renter ft Son, In«. WILLIAM8P0BT, PA. Erenden Bros. Williamsport Flrl. Oa. WILMINGTON. N. 0. Fowler, Mrs. L. P. WINNIPEG, Man., Ota. Rosery, The W0A0E8TEB, MAflS. Laaca, H. P. A. Randall's Flower thtm

  

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32 The Florists^ Review NOTIUBEB 18, 1016. Group of ferns—Frank N. Eskosen, Madison, N. J., first. Boston fern—Henry Hornecker, first. E. B. M. PHILADELPHIA. Conclusion of Four-day Show. A marked improvement came over the annual chrysanthemum show in Horticultural hall after last week's is- sue of The Review went to press. The exhibits were rearranged; more, many more came in and the general eflfect was excellent. Perhaps the most not- able arrival was a half dozen plants of Canna Firebird from Vaughan's Green- houses, at Western Springs, 111. They were large, evenly developed plants, carrying immense trusses of bloom of a bright, rich scarlet that was in strik- ing contrast with the deep green foli- age. Just how they arrived in such perfect condition is a puzzle, for the canna is by no means a good shipper ordinarily. Whether it is the fine quality of Firebird or the way they grow them out west, or whether they were grown here, in some quiet cor- ner, remains to be learned. Anyway, they were extremely fine. Then, Nephrolepis John Wanamaker arrived in splendid form to enhance the beauty of the exhibit of the Robert Craig Co. Five blue ribbons were awarded Louis Burk for his handsome collection of orchids. His electrically lighted picture frame, containing the cream of the collection, will suffice for descrip- tion. There were two choice plants, both in bloom; on the left Vanda Sanderiana, a native of the Philippine islands; on the right Brasso-Cattleya Maronse, a cross between Brasso Dig- byana and Cattleya gigas. The prize offered by the Lord & Burnham Co. for the three largest chrysanthemum cut blooms was cap- tured by John Dunn with a trio of won- derful flowers. William Turner is a mighty good subject for such competi- tion. The lemon yellow sport of this great white variety topped a half dozen beautiful plants that were much admired. Speaking of the Lord & Burnham Co. brings us to the excellent building ex- hibits that took up one side of the lower hall. The King Construction Co. was at the entrance with garden hose valves, miniature violet frames, with Mrs. Sarah I. Smith's own product blooming in them, and sundry other building requisites; the whole edged with golden pompons, and supervised by William J. Muth. D. T. Connor was in charge of the Lord & Burnham handsome exhibit in the center, com- prising their hotbed frames, sashes, etc. The far side was filled by Hitchings & Co. with an exhibit of building mate- rial of substantial merit. Harry S. Betz put up two fine ex- hibits across the end of the hall, one of evergreens, the other of foliage plants. Strafford, a medium-sized orange cross between Roman Gold and Charles Rager, was the feature of Edward A. Stroud's exhibit, which was beauti- fully staged; Strafford is a great com- mercial variety, shown for the first time. The completion of the exhibit of Richard Vincent, Jr., & Sons Co., White Marsh, Md., brought out some fine varieties of hardy pompons. The arrangement of Thomas Meehan & Sons' exhibit of hardy varieties clearly fore-shadowed the removal of this class to the upper floor; it was too fine to be placed with the vegetables. There were three rose exhibitors. The Joseph Heacock Co. received a bronze medal for five vases of well grown varieties that attracted much at- tention. They were, in the order named, Killarney, Hadley, Radiance, Hoosier Beauty and Killarney Brilliant. The retailers said Hadley had one on the western rose; the growers said Hoosier Beauty was a doer, with 3-foot stems and no blind wood. The Florex Gardens, of North Wales, staged Prima Donna, new here, though not a new rose; it had magnificent substance, vivid color and strong stems. Edward Towill, of Roslyn, staged Hadley, My Maryland and a yellow seedling, a cross between Harry Kirk and Lady Hilling- don. They all made a fine showing. The four days of the exhibition brought together many friends, among those engaged in various branches of the profession, who rarely meet. These hearty greetings and comparisons of ideas afford encouragement and bright- en work. Phil. THE AVIATOR EEOEPTION. Announcements were sent out last week by the J. D. Thompson Carnation Co., of Joliet, 111., inviting members of the trade to visit the greenhouses of the company Novepiber 11 and be the guests of the new scarlet carnation, Aviator. At 11 a. m. the visitors met at the salesroom of Zech & Mann, in Chicago, and proceeded to the train. They were: Allie Zech, A. F. Longren, N. J. Kruchten, J. Ristow, J. A. Paul- sen, M. H. Mann, H. C. Tilton and James Morton, all of Chicago; J. B. Molitor, Frank Blameuser, Nic Thinnes, C. Kellen, Peter Kellen, all of Niles Center; W. H. Amling, H. E. Amling, William Wichtendahl, all of Maywood, 111.; W. F. Duntemann, Robert Pilgrim, Otto Harris, all of Bensenville, 111.; George Dysmger, Ionia, Mich.; John Yeats, Champaign, 111.; Mathias UUen- bruch, Port Huron, Mich.; Ernest Drake, Battle Creek, Mich.; Frank Vat- ter, Marinette, Wis.; Peter Olsem and J. Reding, Wilmette; C. F. Kenyon, South Bend, Ind.; Charles Simonson, McPherson, Kan.; George H. Blackman, Evansville, Ind.; A. J. Lanternier, Fort Wayne, Ind.; George W. Jacobs, tDan- ton. 111.; Rolfe F. Smith, Nashville, Tenn.; A. Anderson, Moline, 111.; Jacob' Glimer; H. E. Philpott, of Winnipeg, Can. After an inspection of the Aviator range, which of course was in excellent condition, the visitors were entertained at a luncheon. During this, several short talks were given by members of the party. W. H. Amling in his talk said they had all expected to be en- tertained by a beautiful carnation, but they had not anticipated a reception by American beauties. Mr. Amling's ref- erence was to the fair members of the reception committee. SPRINGFIELD, MO. The Market. Business in general shows a steady improvement. The weather was excep- tionally fine last week and this brought stock out in much larger quantities. The chrysanthemum crop is arriving al- most too fast and cold, cloudy weather is necessary to hold back the cut. Various Notes. The Summerfield Floral Co. has a fine cut of all kinds of stock. One day last week this firm cut from one house 2,990 carnations. The fiowers were as fine as one would care to see. The mum crop also is good. This com- pany held open house at the green- houses Sunday and had a large ad in the daily papers to advertise the event. There was a large crowd on hand Sun- day morning. Mr. Summerfield has been under the weather for a few days, but is now out again. The Springfield Seed Co. is moving large quantities of stock. The '^roses and mums are fine. Out-of-town busi- ness was extra heavy last week. Rauch Bros, report business much improved in the new location and be- lieve that colder weather will make trade much better. Visitors last week were: T. H. Kaptein, of Maltus & Ware, New York;

 

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Visitors at the Establisbmeot of the J. D. Thompson Girnation G>., Joliet> III., November II, t9t5.

  

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ini* florists whoa* oards avpMr on tho vmtfm carrylnr thta taoad, auro propwod to flU ordwM """"~ from otbor florists for looal doiiTsry on tho nsual basis.

 

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We are best situated to fill your orders in TENNESSEE MISSISSIPPI ARKANSAS and parts of ALABAMA Best Quality Flowers. Prompt Service. Expert Arrangement. Yours for reciprocity, IDLEWILD GREENHOUSES Main Store 89 S. Main Street W. H. ENGLEHART, Pres. and Mgr. MEMBER F. T. D. MEMPHIS TENNESSEE FOR WEST AND CENTRAL TEXAS AND THE OIL FIELDS ""T'^S Brownwood Floral Co. BROWNWOOD, TEXAS We are prepared to fill your orders Member* F. T. D. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS EDWARD GREEN, Florist AVENUE C AT 8TH STREET Member of Florists' Teleirraph Delivery Ass'n. WACO L°JtV. Texas Member F. T. D. WOLFE THE FLORIST CORPUS CHRISTI. TEXAS CONVALESCENT Q^^^jg ^J^g pj^j^^ Orders for TEXAS KERR The Florist, Houston, Tex. Member Florists' Telegrraph Delivery El Paso, Texas floral Member! Floriiti' Telegraph Delivery CO. ENID, OKU. !;rS ENID FLORAL COMPANY growers northern Okla. Lang Floral & Nursery Co., Dallas,Tex. Write or wire headquarters for flowers for Texas Oklahoma. Louisiana New Mexico. No orders too large, none too small. FORT WORTH,TEXAS Baker Bros. Members Florists' Telegraph Delivery TEXARKANA, kll: MAJESTIC FLOKAL COMPANY GEORGE RYE, some Flonst THE PLAZA F. T ^. Ft. Smith. Ark. NEAREST FLORIST IN STATE 150 MILES Helena, Ark. BALL FLORAL COMPANY need of further funds. lu the interests of our industry more money should be forthcoming, and we now appeal to all those neglectful members of our craft to come forward with their support and help us to nail down the success we have met and to carry it along indefi- nitely. We are a long, long way from our goal of $100,000, but with the coop- Furrow «& Co. Service unexcelled for central and northern Oklahoma Guthrie, Oklahoma Oklahoma City, Okla. FOSTER FLORAL CO. Successors to Furrow &, Co. Member Florists* Telegraph Delivery. OKMULGEE, OKLA. GEO. W. MARSHALL. 112 S. Morton Ave. MEMBER F. T. D. TULSA, OKLAHOMA Boston's Flower Store. O. 0. Boston Member Florists' Telegraph Delivery. LAWTON, OKLAHOMA For FORT SILL and POST FIELD Delivery to HoapitAli, 2Sc add. ROBNADAY To Quarters, by bearer, 60c add. QRBEMH0U3B

  

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QUALITY plus SERVICE!—To mention Flowers is to think of I Want Your F. T. D. Business in CINCINNATI Ten-Minute Service to Covington, Newport, Belt^vue and Dayton, Ky.

 

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WsW^CUolK^ 138-140 EAST FOURTH STREET Member of F. T. D. Indianapolis, Ind. 241 MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE Bertermann Bros Co. LEADING FLORISTS Members Florists' Telecraph Delivery Aun. KstabUsbod 18S9 A. WIEGAND'S SONS CO. 1610 to 1620 North Illinois Street INDIANAPOLIS, IND. Indiana's oldest, larfreat and most complete retail establishment. Member Florists' Telegraph Delivery Association. SOUTH BEND, IND. K^anst WILUAMS THE FLORIST South Bend's Leading Florist Daily deliveriea to St. Hary'i Academy and Notr* Dame University. Orden filled for Northern Indiana and Soathem Michigan. BEYER FLORAL SHOP 226 N. Michigan Street SOUTH BEND, INDIANA Daily deliveriea to Notre Dame University and St. Mary's Academy, Also close connections with Niles,,Berrien Snrings, St. Joseph, Mich., New.Carlisle, Michigan City, La Porte, Elkhart, Goshen, Warsaw, Ind. TIPTON & HURST FLORISTS Litde Rock, Arkansas Capital and Central Shipping Point for Arkansas Members F. T. D. Quality Flower Store Large Greenhouses of our own; centrally located We guarantee satisfaction in service, quality of flowers, and price FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS HOT SPRINGS. ARK. XT_ CI CL 866 Central 1 he r lower Ohop Avenue HI A 1 Nearest Florist in elena, Ark. state i.w miies BALL FLORAL COMPANY PINE BLUFF, ARK. DAVIS FLORAL CO 'V^'^T r.FORnF RYF, Some Florid THE PLAZA F. T. D. FT. WAYNE. IND. W. J. & M. S. Vesey 2602 THOMPSON AVE. 150,000 feet of glass devoted to (iite Roses, Orchids and Carnations Prompt and Careful Service MEMBER F. T. D. Evansville, Ind. 'ZTnXu^nt JULIUS NIEDNAGEL and Southern Indiana and Illinois and Western Kentuclcy tribute among their customers, with a rose show or a show of any flowers in season, such as we had at the lecture by E. Gurney Hill, at the Southern hotel, last spring, would have turned this lec- ture into a splendid publicity campaign. Mr. Merritt is of the opinion that the club should give several such entertain- ments to the public each winter. The cost would not be great in comparison with the amount of j)ublicity that would be secured. We cannot do much this winter, but we are going to make an early start with the F. T. D. business meeting in October. Shall we let publicity die with this occasion? Charles F. Feast, Wil- liitiii J. Johnston, Isaac H. Moss, W, F. Keys, Jr., Robert L, Graham, Jr., Joseph J. Cummings, Miss Groves, Mrs. Schuler- Thomas and Miss Glick_are on the com- mittee. Would it not be well to make this a publicity committee to map out a follow-up program on the business iiiot'tini;? Tate. Ft. Smith, Ark. TORONTO, ONT. Stock was plentiful for St. Valen- tine's day and was of good quality, in- cluding some fine iris and lily of the valley. Florists started on Friday pre- ceding the occasion to decorate their windows, and there were some beautiful effects being i)repared. Of course, the red heart and arrow of gold were the predominating designs. Some of the flo- rists had some beautifully arranged windows of i)ans and large baskets of liiilbous stock, daffodils and other flow- ers. The beds of yellow made a good central displuy for the windows or were arranged in small vases around the out- lines of the windows. Simmons & Son have taken over Flower Shops, Ltd. In addition to the main store, at the corner of Elm and Yonge streets, they now also have stores at 810 Yonge street and at 165 Bay street. The annual florists' dance is to be larger than ever this year, judging by the sale of tickets. Better arrangements Member F, T. D. Phone: Canal {^^ 11933 H. W. SHEPPARD FORMERLT HILL FLORAL CX). FLOWERS OF QUAUTY Arranged in a Highly Artistic Manner Service Unexcelled Your Patronage Solicited 532-534 Race Street CINCINNATI, OHIO TERRE HAUTE, IND. 129 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET JOHN a HEINL gc SON Terre Haute, Ind. ''l^r M. B. & C. E. Stover TERRE HAUTE, IND. COWAN BROS. & CO., Florists Establishpi] 1SQ4 Twentv-flrst nnd Snrtioe StS. K 0 K O M O, IND. COLES' FLOWER SHOP MEMBER F. T. D. KOKOMo, n>rEr KELLY'S GREENHOUSES Good Stock Good Work Good Servic. RICHMOND, INDIANA FRED H. LEMON & CO. Florists and Decorators Send us your orders RICHMOND, INDIANA AND VICINITY Member F. T. D. G. R. GAUSE ATTICA, IND. And all Surround- .. S.ii',^„ I7I«—1 C^ ineoities •' Attica floral Lo. LOGANSPORT, IND. PERSHING-Florist L'Ter'^D. BLOOMINGTON. IND. ELLIS FLORAL CO. Members F. T. D. Marion, Ind. fl^'^^So. Member Florists' Telegraph Delivery Asa'n. Colonial Flower Shop ^^f J<"» "^t^r^eT GOSHEN, IND.

  

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^WTT^Tz • .;;■ --Tt'T-p-^-r^'-w • \r . •"^TTT'^Tp- '7»^"^'!T-<]"^,^f».' 7»- SP Ilic Florists' Review OCTOBEB 20, 1914. INDEX BY TOWNS OF LEADING RETAIL FLORISTS For Paff«s of Advartlsaments, consult tho conoral Alpbabotloal Xndaz to Advortiseinoiita AKKON, 0. KoFarlanda ALBANY, N. Y. Danker, Floriit Rosery. The ALTOONA, FA. Kyert Bros. ATLANTA, GA. Lawrence Floral Co. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Berke, Geo. H. Cdwards Fl'rl Hall Co. AfBUHN, N. Y. Sobbs & Son 4 AURORA, ILL. Aurora Greenhouse Co. Sinely, Joa. M. BALTIMORE, MD. Feast & Sons, S. Fiedler & Co., A. G. Pierce & Co. BATTLE CREEK„MICH. Cogean, 8. W. BIRMINGHAM. ALA. Parker, John L. BLOOMINOTON, ILL. Wellenreiter & Son BOONE. IOWA Kemble's OreenhousBS BOSTON. MASS. Boaton Cut Flower Co. ^arbone HComley, Henry R. Galvin, Inc., T. F. ' Newman & Sons Penn, Henry Wax Bros. BRATTLEBORO, VT. Allen, Florist BROCKTON, MASS. Hathaway. W. W. BROOKLYN, N. Y, Jahn, Hugo H. Wilson, R. G. BUFFALO. N. Y. Anderson, S. A. Palmer & Son, W. J, BURLINGTON, VT. Gove The Florist Peters, W. E. CEDAR FALLS, lA. Bancroft & Sons CEDAR RAPIDS. lA. Kramer ft Son, I. N, CENTERVILLE, lA. Kemble's Greenhouses CHARLESTON, S. C. Arcade Floral Shop Carolina Flower Store CHARLESTON. W. VA. Charleston Cut Flo. Co, CHICAGO Alpha Floral Co. Frauenfelder Co. Friedman, 0. J. Keenan. A. F., & Co. Lubliner ft Trim - McKellar. C. W. NeiKliok. C. T. Samuelson. Chas. A. SohUler The Florist Smyth, W. J. Welsh, Florist Wienhoeber Co., E. Wittbold Co., Geo. CINCINNATI, 0. Hill Floral Co. CLARKSBURG. W. Va. Dudley ft Sons Hayman Omhse. Co. CLEVELAND. 0. Bramley ft Son Cleveland Cut Flo. Co. Eadie Co.. James Gasser Co., J. M. Jones-Russell Co. Knoble Bros. Smith ft Fetters Co. COLO. SPRGS.. COLO. Crump. F. F. Pikes Peak Flo. Co. COLUMBUS. 0. Livingston Seed Oo. Wilson's Seed Store DALLAS, TEZ. Dallas Floral Co. Lang Floral Co. DAYTON. 0. Heias Co. aCfctthews The Florist DIKALB, ILL. Johnson, J. L. DENTON. TEXAS Denton Floral Co. DENVER, COLO. Boldt-Luady Park Floral Co. DES MOINES. lA. Alpha Floral Co. Trillow. Florist DETROIT. MICH. Bemb Floral Co. Breitmeyer's Sons, J. Sohroatar, B. DULUTH. MINN. Dulntb Floral Co. EL VA«0, TEXAS Potter Floral Oo. ERIE. PA. Laver. J. V. Offerle. Chas. O. Bcblnraff Floral Co. EVAN8T0N. ILL. Fisoher Bros. EVANSTON, WYO. Westholder, L. B. FAYETTEVILLE. ARK. Southwestern Seed Co, FOREST PARK, ILL. Klimmer's Gr'houses FORT DODGE, IOWA North Floral Co. FORT SMITH, ARK. Rye, Geo. FORT WORTH, TEX. McAdam, J, E. FREEPORT, ILL. Bausoher, John Freeport Floral Co. GALESBURG, ILL. Drurjr, H. F. PillsDury. I. L. GARY, IND. Gary Floral Co. GENrVA, N. Y. Cass, W. ft T. GRAND RAP'S, MICH. Smith, Henry GREEN BAY. WIS. Meier ft Co., C. GUTHRIE, OKLA. Furrow ft Co. HARTFORD. CONN. Coombs, John HELENA, MONT. State Nursery Co. HUNTINGTON. W. VA, Dudley ft Sons INDIANAPOUS4 IND. Bertermann Bros., Co, Hill Floral Co. Wietrand & Sons ITHACA. N. Y. Hillside Floral Shop JACKSONVILLE. FLA. Mills, The Florist KNOXVILLE, TENN. Crouch, Chaa. W. KANSAS CITY. MO. Kellogg. Geo. M. Murray, Samuel Newell, A. Rock Flower Co. LA CROSSE. WIS. La Crosse Floral Co. LANCASTER, PA. Barr ft Co., B. F. Rosery, The LE MARS, IOWA Rocklin ft Lehman LEXINGTON, KY. Keller. Florist Keller, John A. LINCOLN, NEB. Chapln Bros. Frey. C. H. Frey ft Frey LITTLE ROCK. ARK. Palez, Paul M. LOS ANGELES, CAL. Darling's Flower Shop Howard & Smith Wolfskin's ft Golden- Bon Wright's Flower Shop LOUISVILLE, KY. Baumer. Aug. B. Sohulz, Jacob LOWELL. MASS. Morse ft Reals MACON. GA. Idle Hour MiinMries MADISON, WIS. Rentsohler Floral Co. MARSHALLTOWN, lA. Kemble's Greenhouses MASON CITY, LA. Kemble's Greenhouses MEMPHIS, TENN. Idlewild Greenhouses MINNEAPOLIS. MINN. Swanson's Whitted Floral Co. MILWAUKEE, WIS, Zimmermann, W. C, MOBILE, ALA. Minge Floral Co. MONTCLAIR, N. J. Massmann. Florist MONTGOMERY, ALA. Rosemont Gardens MONTREAL, CANADA Hall ft Robinson NASHVILLE. TENN. Geny Bros. Haury ft Sons .Toy Floral Co. NEWARK, N. J. Philips Bros. NEWARK, 0. Duerr, Chas. A. NEWBURY PORT, Mass. Pearson, E. W. NEW LONDON. CONN. Reutor ft Son, Inc. NEW ORLEANS, LA. MjBtairie Ridge llursery Co., Ltd. Virgin, U. J. NEWPORT. R. I. Bnnyard Floral Co. NEW YORK CITY Boston Florist Bowe, M. A. Bunyard. A. T. Clarke's Sons, David Dards, Chas. A. Oalvin, Inc., T. F. McConnell, Alex. Myer Schling, Max Stumpp. Geo. M. Warendorff Warendorff. A. Westwood. A. M. Young ft Nugent NORFOLK, VA. Grandy the Florist NORWICH, CONN. Reuter ft Son. Inc. OAKLAND. CAL. Clarke Bros. CLEAN, N. Y. LlewoUyn. Florist OMAHA, NEB. Henderson, Lewis Hess ft Swoboda Stewart. 8. B. 08KAL008A, lA. Kemble's Greenhouses OTTAWA, CANADA Scrim's Florist OTTAWA, ILL. Lohr Bros, OTTUMWA, IOWA Criley. O. P. M. PARIS, TEXAS Kiley, Florist FARKERSB'G. W. VA. Dudley, Charles P. Dudley ft Sons PASSAIC, N. J. Sceery, Edward ■ , PATERSON, N. J. Sceery, Edward PEKIN, ILL. Kuhl, Geo. A, PEORIA. ILL. Kuhl, Geo. A. PHILADELPHIA, PA. Habermehl's Sons, J. J. London Flower Shop PITTSBURGH. PA. E. C. Ludwig Flrl. Co. Randolph ft MoClements Smith Co.. A. W. jPITTSFIELD, MASS. Drake Greenhouses , Flower Shop. The ■^PORTLAND. ORE. Clarke Bros. Tonseth Floral Co. CHICAGO ORDERS SBNT TO

 

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ARE CAREFULLY EXECUTED »188.eiS4 MIOHI6AN AVENUE ST. L-OUIS. T^O. • FLOWERS DCUVCRED IN CITY OR STATE ON SHORT NOTICE^ BOTLS AND aABTLAIiD ET U lilfBDeD BOTLK AND HIBILAND AVBNUSS Pa Ra WW CDC If AVENUES Both Looff-DistaTioe Phones. Member Florists' Teletrnpti Delivery Assodatioa. J. J. HabermehTs Sons The finest floral arrangements, flowers and plants famlsbed on telegraphic orders. The Belleyne •u»tfonl« Phihdelphia WalBit Streets. nULADELrillA ud Vidiiity The London Flower Shop, Ltd. 1800 Chaatnnt Btraat, PHXLADKX.FHIA. PA. Memhw Vn»^«*o* T»i«oT»T\h TWliverr. J. V. LAYER ERIE, PA WRTTE, PHONE or WIRE SSTASUSMtD ISM

  

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The Florists' Review 67 <. BY TOWNS OF LEADING RETAIL FLORISTS Vor PftB«s of Adrartlsainsnts, consult tlio conoiml Alpliabatloal Indox to AdTorttaomanta EBIE, PA. Laver. J. V. Bohluraff Floral Co. EVAN8T0N, ILL. Fischer Bros. EVANSTON. WYO. Westholder, L, B. FAIHMONT, W. VA. Web«r & Sons Co. FOREST FABK, ILL. Klimmer's Or'houses FORT DODOE, IOWA North Floral Co. FORT SMITH. ARK. Rye, Oeo, FORT WORTH, TEX. MoAdam. J. E. FREEPORT, ILL. Bauscher, John OALEBBURO, ILL. Drury, H, F. Pillsbury, I. L. GARY, IND. Gary Floral Co. GENEVA. N. Y. Cass, W. tt T. GRAND RAP'S, MICH. Smith, Henry GREEN BAY, WIS. Meier & Co., C. GREENSBORO, N. C. Van Lindley Co. GUTHRIE, OXLA. Furrow & Co. HARTFORD. CONN. Coombs, John HELENA, MONT. State Nursery Co. HOUSTON, TEXAS Forestdale Fl'r Shop Kerr, R. 0. HUNTINGTON, W. VA, Dudley & Sons INDIANAPOLIS, IND. Bertermann Bros. Co. Hill Floral Co. Wie^and & Sons JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Mills, the Florist JACKSONVILLE, ILL. Heinl & Sons. J. JERSEY CITY. N. J. Madden, Florist KNOXVILLE, TENN. Crouch, Chas. W. KANSAS CITY, MO. Kellogg', Geo. M. Murray, Samuel Newell, A. Rook Flower Co. LA CROSSE, WIS. L{i Crosse Floral Co. LANCASTER, PA. Barr & Co., B. F. Rosery, The LE MARS, IOWA Rooklin & Lehman LEXINGTON, KY. Keller, Florist Keller, John A. LIMA, 0. Zetlitz. Eggert N. LINCOLN. NEB. Chapin Bros. Frey, C. H. Frey & Frey LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Palez. Paul M. LOS ANGELES, CAL. Darling's Flower Shop Howard & Smith Wolfskins' & Golden- son Wright's Flower Shop LOXnSVlLLE, KY. Baumer, Aug. R. Schulz, Jacob Walker & Co., F. LOWELL. MASS. Morse & Beals LYNN, MASS. Glbbs Bros. MACON, OA. Idle Hour Nurseries MADISON, WIS. Rentsohler Floral Co.. MAR8HALLT0WN, lA. Kemble's Greenhouses MASON CITY, lA. Kemble's Greenhouses MEMPHIS, TENN. Idlewild Greenhouses MIA.MI, FLA. Miami Floral Co. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. Swan son's Whitted Floral Co. MILWAUKEE. WIS. Fox Sc Bon, J. M. Zimmermann, W. C. MITCHELL, S. D. Newbury8, Inc., The MOBILE, ALA. Minge Floral Co. MONTCLAIR, N. J. Massmann, Florist MONTGOMERY, ALA. Rosemont Gardens MT. CLEMENS. MICH. Von Boeeelager, Aug. NASHVILLE, TENN. Geny Bros. Joy Floral Co. NEWARK, N. J. Philips Bros. NEWARK, 0. Duerr, Chas. A. Kent Bros. NEWBURYPORT, Mass. Pearson, E.'W. NEW LONDON, CONN. Reuter & Son, Inc. NEW ORLEANS, LA. Metairie Ridge Nursery Co., Ltd. Virgin, U. J. NEWPORT, R. I. Bunyard Floral Co. NEW YORK CITY Boston Florist Bowe, M. A. Bunyard, A. T. Clarke's Sons, David Dards, Chas. A. Galvin, Inc., T. F. Kottmiller, A. McConnell, Alex. Myer Scnling, Max Siebrecht & Son Stumpp, Geo. M. Trepel, C. C. Warendorff Young & Nugent NORFOLK, VA, Grandy the Florist NORWICH, CONN. Reuter & Sons, Inc. OAKLAND, CAL. Clarke Bros. OAKLAND. MD. Weber & Sons Co. OMAHA, NEB. Henderson, Lewis Hess & Swoboda Stewart, S. B. OSKALOOSA, lA. Kemble's Greenhouses OTTAWA, CANADA Scrimm's Florist OTTUMWA, IOWA Criley, 0. P. M. PARKERSB'G, W. VA. Dudley, Charles P. Dudley & Sons PASSAIC, N. J. Sceery, Edward PATERSON, N. J. Sceery, Edward FEKIN, ILL. Kuhl, Geo. A. PEORIA, ILL. Kuhl, Geo. A. PHILADELPHIA, PA. Habermehl's Sons, J. J. London Flower Shop PITTSBURGH, PA. E. C. Ludwig Flrl. Co. Randolph & McClements Smith Co., A. W. PITTSFIELD, MASS. Flower Shop, The PORTLAND, ORE. Clarke Bros. Tonseth Floral Co. POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y. Saltford Flower Shop PROVIDENCE. R. I. Johnston & Co., T. J. Johnston Bros. PUEBLO, COLO. Colonial Flower Shop CHICAGO ORDERS SENT TO

 

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ARB CAREFULLY EXECUTED 2182-2184 MICHIGAN AVENUE ST. LOUIS, T^O. • FLOWERS DEUVKRED IN CITY OR STATE ON SHORT NOTICE' BOTLB AND IIBTLAKD C U lAf ETnETD BOTLB AND HABTLANO AYENUIS r* Via WWEiDdf ^ ATENUB8 Both Lonir Distanoe Phones. Member Florists* Telegraph Delivery Agsodatlon. J. J. Habennehl's Sons The finest floral arrangements, flowers and plants furnished on telegraphic orders. E^K^. PhOadelDhia f^" nnLADELPIIU and Vidnity The London Flower Shop, Ltd. 180O Cheatnnt 8tr««t, FHILADKLPHIA. PA. Member ^orists' Telegraph Delivery. FRED C. WEBER mwelt.. St. Louis, Mo. We have no Branoh Store SELLING FLOWERS FORTY-ONE YEARS Member Florists' T. D. Ass'n Hembere of Fiuriats' Telegraph IhsliTtrj An'n EVENDEN BROS. uT^ttrS'jr" Williamsport, Pa. Ao Wo Smith Co. • .. FLORISTS . . . "]^t?No. Pittsburgh, Pa. Largest Floral Establishment in America Established 1874—Incorporated 1909 PITTSBURGH, PA. RANDOLPH & McCLEMBtTS Floral Experts 8936 PENN AVENUE Members of the Florists' Telegraph Delivty Pittsburgh, Pa. 710 E. Diamond St. COURTESIES EXTENDED TO THE TRADE OPEN DAT and NIGHT • Members of the Florists' Telegraph Delivery. WILLIAMSPORT, PA. -£.tt"-' IKlrti^J QTTINCy. ILL. Heokenkamp, 7r.,F.W. BACINE, WIS. Hinchliffe, Mrt, J. T. BICHMOND, ISm. Lemon & Co., F. H. BICHMOND, VA. Hammond Co. Batoliffe, John L. BOCHESTEB, MINN. Brarg's Floral Store Wigle, D. M. BOCHESTEB, N. Y. Keller Sons, J, B. Wilson, H. E. BOCKFOBD, ILL. Buokbee, H. W. Bockford Floral Co. . ST. JOSEPH, MO. Stuppy Floral Co. ST. LOITIS, MO. Beneke, J. J. Beyer, Chas. Grimm & Oorly Kalisch Bros. Oitertag Bros. Sanders Weber, Fred C. Weber, F. H. Young & Sons Co. ST. PAUL, MINN. Holm & Olson, Ino. May & Co.. L. L. SAGINAW. MICH. Goetz Sons, J. B. SALT LAKE CITY Huddart Floral Co, SAN DIEGO, CAL. Boyle & Damaud SAN FBANCISCO, CAL. Darbee, Mrs. B. E. Joseph, B. M. Felicano, Bossi & Co. Podesta & Baldocchl SCHENECTADY, N. Y. Champlin, M. P. SCBANTON, PA. Clark, Florist Sohultheis, Florist SEATTLE, WASH. HoUjrwood Gardens McCoy, L. W. Bosaia Bros. SEDALIA, MO. Archias Floral Co. SHEBOYGAN, WIS. Matthewson, J. £. SIOUX CITY, lA. Bennison Co., J. C. Bocklin 8c Lehman SIOUX FALLS. S. D. Thomas Greenhouse SOUTH BEND, IND. Beyer Floral Co. SPOKANE, WASH. Burt, A. J. SPBINGFIELD, ILL. Brown, A. C. SPBINGFIELD, MO. Summerfleld Flo. Co. SPBINGFIELD, OHIO Van Meter Fl'r Sho» STEUBENVILLE, 0. Huscroft. O. L. SYKACU8E, N. Y. Mulhauser & S<m, J, TACOMA, WASH. California Florist TAMPA, FLA. Knull Flo. Co. TEBBE HAUTE, IND. . Heinl Sc Son, John O. The Boaery TOLEDO, 0. Freeman, Mrs. J. B, Metz & Batemaa Schramm Bros. TOPEKA, KAN. Hayes, James Hoflcraft, Mrs. M. B. Lord's Flower Boom TOBONTO, CANADA Dunlop, John H. Simmons & Son WASHINGTON, D. C. . Blakistone, Z. D. Gude Bros. Co. WASHINOTON, PA. W. & W. Flower Store WATEBLOO, IOWA Kemble's Oreenhonses Sherwood, Chas. WELLE8LEY, MASS. Tailby & Son WEST SULPHUB SPBINGS, W. VA. Batcliffe, John L. WE8TEKLY, K. I. Beuter & Son, Ino. WILLIAM8P0BT, PA. Erenden Bros. ^WUliamsport FlrL Oe. WILMINGTON. K. a Fowler, Mrs. L. P. WINNIPEG. Man.. Oka. Bosery, The WOBCESTEB, MASS. Lange, H. w. A. Bandall's Flower YANKTON, 8. O. Gumey Oreenhense Oe. Y0UNG8T0WN, 0. Dimond Co., B. W.

  

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'■\:.\ .'■gr • 7'«r'7'^'" 64 The Florists^ Review August 17, 1916. respondent, and Captain Harold J. Pat- ten, son of M. A, Patten, of Tewksbury, are among those who have arrived home this week from Texas. ^- Visitors last week included Arthur Cowee, Berlin, N. Y.; M. Fuld and W. A. Sperling, New York; T. A. Have- meyer, I. S. Hendrickson, Floral Park, N. Y.; A. E. Kunderd, Goshen, O.; Prank Morton, Portland, Me.; H. E. Meader, Dover, N. H.; H. Youell, Syracuse, N. Y.; Prof. A. C. Beal, Ithaca, N. Y.; Madison C. Cooper, Cal- cium, N. Y.; Jacob Thomann, Boches- ter, N. Y.; K M. Smith, East Hartford, Conn. A. G. Pembroke, of the Boston Flower Exchange, is away on a fort- ^•- night's vacation. George H. Noyes, of '" ;'r the same market, is spending his vaca- tion with Mrs. Noyes and family at Ipswich Little Neck, Ipswich, Mass. Henry M. Robinson is enjoying a va- cation at Green Harbor, Mass. Mr. and .Mrs. H. L. Chadwick, of Houlton, Me., were callers last week. Mr. Chadwick has an excellent florists' business in Maine's greatest potato- producing section, Aroostook county. He says the quality of flowers in the Boston markets is much superior to that seen in New York, E. E. Lassman, Boston's octogenarian florist, is still hale and hearty. He told me August 12 that he puts in a good day's work daily and that he never felt better, although now 86 years of age. His son, with whom he lives, has accepted a position in Phila- delphia and Mr. Lassman feels he must go with him. His friends here, who are numerous, will miss seeing his ever genial face. The Boston Eose Co. is receiving fine shipments of summer Beauty roses from Scarboro, N. Y. At present they are not receiving any flowers from the Montgomery Co., but shipments will re- commence in a few days. At Welch's, 280 Devonshire street, business so far in August has shown a distinct improvement over July. Philip L. Carbone is beginning to receive large consignments of Italian ware. Mr. Carbone was in Europe from February to July 1, and made ex- tensive purchases, which include many novelties. William H. Elliott is spending his an- nual vacation far from the beaten tracks of man, in the wilds of Maine. B. Hammond Tracy, of Wenham, had a fete at his gladiolus farm August 10, which was largely attended by so- ciety people. In spite of somewhat un- favorable weather, a large sum was realized for a war-relief fund. Florists' windows need some un- usual attraction to rivet the public's at- tention in hot weather, but Penn's duck farm, which has now been running for a month, draws a bigger crowd than any other store on busy Tremont street. I have passed the store at least a dozen times and the front of the duck win- dow has always been crowded. W. N. Craig. PROVIDENOE, R. I. The Market. Asters now are the feature of the market, dividing honors with the stately spikes of gladioli, which are daily be- coming more popular. The first crop of field asters was practically spoiled by the frequent rains, but the blooms P 1 I I I I.I Ml I'l I'l l-lJU- ■■■ ! ■ '"^ =& I I I I I I I MiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiiH

 

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K To Keep Flowers Fresh! Keep your cut flowers fresh until they are sold and you will wipe out a big loss in your business. It all rests with the proper preserving which in turn depends upon the correct method of refrigeration. If you want to minimize your loss through withered, unsalable goods—practically wipe it out- get a McCray Florists' Refrigerator The McCray preserves your goods in an even temperature all the time and keeps them fresh, cool and salable. The MdCray System is scientific and is the best method for keeping cut flowers. The McCray with its handsome doors and sides of beautiful plate glass provides for attractive display. Its inviting arrangement helps sell goods. The linings come in either beveled plate mirror or white enamel. The compartments vary in dimensions to allow for the different length stems. The wood designing may be had in any finish to conform with your store decoration. Send for These Catalogs No. 74—For Florists No. 92—For Residences McCRAY REFRIGERATOR COMPANY ^ 688 Lake Street Kendallville, Ind. Chicago, 1000 So. Michigan Ave. New York 7-9 W. 30th St. ,^ T^jmriTTTTIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllll IIII1IJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII|||L^ = n:tm:^^V^. ■■■■■■■■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ vr. T7iiiiiiNiiiiin< rxi

  

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JANVAUY 4, 1912. The Weekly Florists' Review* 15

 

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Advertisement in Plants Designed by George T. Duey. ELEOTEIC AD IN PLANTS. George T. Duey is manager of the Electric Park Greenhouses, at Fort Smith, Ark., and he it was who made the "electric" sign in plants at Elec- tric park. The accompanying illustra- tion shows the bed, which was fifty- two feet long and sixteen feet wide, raised five and one-half feet at the back. The bed contained ninety-two yards of soil and fifteen loads of rock. The border is planted with ageratuni and Vinca variegata. The lettering is of alternanthera and Santolina inca- na, white churt being scattered be- tween the letters to the thickness of a half inch to afford a background. Since the sign was inclined to make it more easily read from the front, the bank at the back had to be taken care of and this was done, as shown in one of the illustrations, by planting it with Asparagus Sprengeri, Vinca variegata, wandering jew, with Boston ferns at conspicuous points. Mr, Duey says the sign has been read by many thousands of people every week and that several business men have so approved this method of advertising that next season there will be a number of floral signs in conspicuous places, advertising the various enterprises of the city. PURPOSE OF VENTILATION. "Will you kindly answer the follow- ing: As I understand the subject, the air in a house should always be in mo- tion during the day, but so quietly that you cannot feel it. This is one of the most important things to consider in growing plants in a greenhouse, as the stoma of the plant has no other way of receiving fresh air. This, as well as keeping the soil cultivated and well drained, is an important aid in pre- venting the soil from becoming sour. I have seen soil in a violet house become sour after the house had been up only three weeks and the soil was on a level with that on the outside. During the day the sun shines on the south side and makes this glass warmer than on the north side; therefore the air which is nearest to the glass absorbs most of the heat from the sun's rays and, be- coming warmer and lighter, must rise and gov out at the ventilator; then the cold air that comes in must go down the north side. When there is a sash on the south that opens at the bottom and the sash on the north side is opened at the top and at intervals, this pro- duces a more free motion of the air and it travels down the glass instead of going straight down. However, the warm bench air comes up between the benches and goes up until it strikes the glass; here it is made cold and comes down. The only place for it to come is on the benches; therefore it has a tendency to cause mildew, or this makes the bottom of the soil warm and the top cooler, which I should think would not be good for plants. This may be one of the rea- sons why the plants have most of their roots at the bottom of the bench, in- stead of near the surface, where they would receive more nitrogen from the air. Could this be improved if there were a flow pipe over each bench and two returns? I have found out the way the air travels by hanging black cobwebs in different parts of the house night and day, with the wind in all directions, and they all seem to hang to one side from the moving air. This ought to be a sure sign that the air is constantly moving. H, K. The principal object in ventilating greenhouses is to allow the hot air to pass out and thus keep the houses at the proper temperature. In midwinter weather there is little occasion for ven- tilating on cold, cloudy days, as much of the surplus heat passes off through the glass, between the panes, etc. A considerable portion of the air which finds its way into the houses does so through cracks and openings other than those intended for ventilating pur- poses. While, of course, it is necessary that fresh air enter the houses, bring- ing with it a supply of carbon dioxide for the plants, as a rule little or no at- tention need be paid to it. So far as the ventilators and their ar- rangement are concerned, about all that need be thought of is to have them large enough and so arranged as to make it possible to regulate the tem- perature without exposing the plants to strong drafts. Of course ventilation is helpful, also, by allowing the mois- ture-laden air to pass out, thus drying out the houses. The movement of the air in a green- house, when the ventilators are open, will depend upon several factors, such as the difference in the temperature of the air inside and outside the house, and the force and direction of the wind, as well as the size and arrangement of the ventilators. As a rule, there is an upward movement of the warm air toward the ventilators and a consid- erably smaller movement of the cold air from outside downward from the ventilators, but neither should be so. great as to create a draft. The admission of too much cold air into a rose house, thus dropping the- temperature below 55 degrees, often causes mildew, and if there is a strong " ! J L ) if [Ql( - ^H^ 0 ■ )" / "f^ • n J f' T- 4r 5 Showing Back of George T. Duey's Advertisement in Plants. I.V. ■■■ ..j-'.:..- i^|.^,M'iM»

  

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22 The Florists^ Review August 11, 1921 chrysanthemums on the same basis on wliieh you have sold t-arnatioiis, and, in fact, all classi's of liowcrs that you iiave boon abU; to produoo, you liavo charged a questionable eroii into one of solid merit." The Business Meeting. ]""'riday morning started -with a busi- ness meeting, at which the officers were elected, the meeting place for next year chosen and the various conimittoe re- l)orts read. Ijoyd C Buucli presented the rej)ort of the secretary and treas- urer. Mr. Bunch was ])resent all through the meetings, staying until the end, although his range was suffering severe losses from hail at the very time of the meeting. There was a discussion over making Armistice day a flower day. The vot- ing on this subject stooil i'A-i for mak- ing it a flower day and four against tho idea. Telegrams and letters from the ab- sent members were read. There were also telegrams and letters from the flo- rists of Oklahoma, congratulating the year-old club of Kansas. An interest- ing letter from J. V. Amiuann was read. Between the morning l)usiness meet- ing and the papers and talks scheduleil for the afternoon, there was a i>leasant luncheon, at whicli the members were grouped at the various tables and car- ried on a round tabli> discussion. Papers and Talks. The talks of th(> nflernoon proved most interesting and instinctive, llarrie S. Mueller, of Wichita, ])resentod a "Message from the National Society." Several ideas that the members can use and adopt in their daily business meth- ods were brought out bj' Aaron Smith, of Fort Worth, Tex., in his talk on "Creating Business." The same was true of tlie talk of James Haves, of Topeka, who told of "Retail" Meth- ods." Chiirles P. Mueller, of Wichita, scattered helpful hints in his valuable paper on "Flower Arrangements." L. E. Flindt, of Arkansas City, spoke cheerfully and promisingly ;il)ont the sul)ject, "Can We Supjdv the Demand for Mothers' Day?" \V. II. Culp, of Wichita, in his subject "Advertising," had ;i to))ic which is of intense interest to all florists .at the present time. Ralph ^I. Ward, of Lawrence, told of several flowers that can be used and of several Avays to increase the s.ales of "Flowers for the Summer ^fonths." At 5 o'clock tlu^ members ])resent made a trip to Gage park, where a pic- nic and a general jollification was Ihoronghly enjoyed by everyone there. Thus the second successful annual con- vention of the Kansas State Florists' Association ended. The Trade Exhibits. Then^ w.as an unusually large number of tr;ide exhibits shown in the parlors of the Flks' club. From all reports, it was profitable to those exhibiting, too. Those with space were as follows: Ovo (Inatt Co.. Ijiiporte. Ind. ('. ('. I'ollworlli ("o., Milwaukee. A. li. linndaU Co., Cliicago. 'I'oiicka I'aper Co., Topeka, Kan. 'lopcka Stciim Uoilcr Works. Topeka, Kan. W. W. liarniiril Co., ('liicaijo. I'ittsbnrK Cla.v I'rodiuts Co., I'ittsbiirB, Kan. I'oeliliiianii Uros. ('<^., CliicHgo. l{a«'(n<'iii ISaskct Co., Chipago, Kansas City Wliolesale ('nt Flower Co., Kan- sas City, Mo. T. J. Noll Floral Co., Kansas City, Mo. .\. Henderson &. Co.. ('lii<'aKO. rinelinrst Floral Co.. Pleasant Hill, Mo. Ijo.vd C. Kuni'li, Fredonia, Kan. William Knnzie, Newton, Kan. ('. Hunifeld, Clay Center. Kan. .]. Italpli Souder, Huteliinson, Knn. Stnppy Floral Co., St. Joseph, Mo. CHRISTMAS PLANTS. [Concluded from page IS.] its sports are pretty, but it pays to sell them in the fall. Owing to its com- pact and dense habit, it easily damps in the center, especially if you try for a good-sized plant for the holiday. Begonia incarnata is a beautiful thing, Init, as it needs cool growing, it will hardly be fit for Christmas. But we have Gloire de Lorraine and its many relations. The original is rather a weak grower atid is not desir- able as a holiday plant, but Glory of Cincinnati and Melior are both good growers and hold their flowers. The variety Mrs. J. A. Peterson is simply grand when well done; its bronze foliage and highly colored flowers are extremely attractive. While this tj'pe requires heat during the summer—and they got it this summer—they must never see more than 50 degrees during the month of December. If these va- rieties are kept cool for at least a month before Christmas, they will not drop tlieir flowers readily. Poinsettia Has the Color. The ]ioinsettia gives us the real Christinas red so much sought after. The pink variety lasts better in the home than the red, but buyers pass it by, thinking that it looks sickly. It will sell more readily if displayed in the store away from colored plants. We arc cutting down on the quantity of red poinsettias in large sizes, as we find that they take a good deal of room if they are to be grown to perfection, but small plants in ^^/^-inch and 3-inch pots are invaluable for making up. The growing of these plants is not such an easy matter as the store man tells tho grower when the former is buying his Christmas supply. The store man says they grow like weeds, and so they do during the warm weather, but when the weather gets coqlp then trouble begins. Happy is the grower who can maintain an even temperature, who uses water sparingly and who can deliver the plants with a full set of leaves. The poinsettia is difficult to produce and does not satisfy the customer well. I think that we ought to grow it and use it more as a cut flower. Some Others. Primula sinensis is not grown as much as formerly, but it is valuable to those who sell direct from the green- house. It is too brittle to be satisfac- tory as a store plant. ^ Primula obconica is a profitable plant to grow, but I do not like to sell it to customers on account of its poisonous nature. My choice of ferns for Cliristmas would be dwarf Boston, Scottii, and Cyrtomium Rochfordianum. The Jerusalem cherry has been great- ly improved of late years and the va- riety Cleveland is probably the best. The yellow sort. Golden Queen, is also nice. It is especially useful to make up. I have frequently noticed that quality is sacrificed for quantity, but quality will always sell. With the addition of a few, and sometimes a very few, draca-nas, cro- tons, etc., not forgetting Erica melan- thera, a florist will have, in the al)0ve- nainod plants, a good stock of pot plants. Hampers and liaskets of growing l)lants have become a great attraction to buyers. As numbers of small and imperfect i)lants can be used in filling these receptacles, they are profitable. See that every basket has a liner of some sort. One can sell almost all the smaller sizes that can be made n]i, but go easy on the largo ones this year. I have not mentioned pot-grown French or Dutch bulbs, as I never could niiike anything out of them for Christ- mas.

 

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CUDE BR08.C0. FLORISTS iZUFST.NW YVASMlNOTONDiC. WASHINGTON, D. C GUDE'S Member Florists' Telegraph Delivery HAYWARD FLORAL CO. 216 West Sixth St. LOS ANGELES, CAL Gut flowers or good dedgn work by beet artistB and decdg&ers, delivered any- where in the weet on receipt of mail or telegraph orders. Uaoal discount to the kra&. WOLFSKHJiS* and MORRIS GOLDENSON Consolidated. OUT vi.owi:r mebohants We solicit telesrraph orders. Regrular Trade Discount. 229 W. Third Street, LOS ANCaES, QL F. Lichtenberg 328 W. rdth St., Lh Aigelti, CiL Makes a specialty of out-of-town orders and ■olicits your business, which will have prompt attention. Prices right. Usual discount. DALLAS, TEXAS The Texas Seed & Floral Company Orden for cut flowers and designs solicited fo» deliyery in any part of Texas. KALAMAZOO, MICH. G. Vm Bodiove & Bro., '^i,iSS°' VERMONT'S FLORIST W. E. PETERS 137 St. Paul Straet, BURUNQTON, VT. S. IVTASUR Telephone 331 Main. 236 Fulton Streat. BROOKLYN, N. Y. R. Strohmeier, Aberdeen, S.D. fttmft Atteation Gifa U Oit-tf-towi Oiden £?•" Charleston, W. Va. are glveo prompt and careful attention by the CHARLESTON COT HOWER AND PLANT CO. ^!^shop Fort Smith, Ark. Leading florists In fastest growing city in the Bonthwest. ELORALCO. La CrOSSOy WISa will properly execute orders in Wisconsin or the Northwest GEO. 0. BAKER, Florist 206 L Park Ave.,'San Aottoio, Tex.

 

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Boston, Massachusetts 143 Tremont Street The Centrally Located Florist Shop Yfin fir Redindty. We cner All Piati in New Eiglui H. wineoLD FLORIST AND DECORATOR WEDDING AND^FUNERAL WORK A SPECIALTY Headquarters for Cut Flowers, Palms, Oak and Beach Sprays, Prepared and Artificial Flowers. 8S L Rudelfh Street, CHICAGO Telephone—Randolph 4708 Fort Collins, Colo. Sr/:77;..?r;!;.ir.rcT Espelin ( Wirren Colorado Springs, Colo. Frank F. Crump EfflrfttSS Member. FlorlBts' Telegraph Delivery. show this week, at the Coliseum, should create a heavy demand for these. Roses of all varieties are a glut and all the wholesale houses have a large supply, with the top price not over $6 per hundred. The extra fancy sorts are not so plentiful as those of the lower grades. There are great quantities of carnations, the bulk of them good flow- ers, but short-stemmed. Enchantress, Beacon and White Wonder are the choice stock. Prices are low on these also, owing to the big supply; $2 per hundred is the price for extra choice stock. California violets are not selling well, on account of their short stems and pale color. The weather has been too warm for them during the last week. Thirty-five cents per hundred is the best price on them in small lots. There is still a big cut of cosmos and dahlias, but the returns from them are poor. Easter lilies have been scarce of late, but valley is plentiful and of extra good quality, with the usual prices. From reports, the retail trade was only fairly good last week, though some firms had heavy funeral orders to work up. Various Notes. Julius Dilloff, representing Schloss Bros., New York, and Tim Waters, rep- resenting Poehlmann Bros. Co., Chicago, spent a few days here last week. President Fred H. Weber, of the Florists' Club, has appointed Robert Windier, Carl Beyer and Conrad Berg- stermann as a publicity committee. They will hold a meeting and report to the Florists' Club at its next meeting. President Richard Vincent, of the Society of American Florists, expects to make arrangements to deliver a lec- I ture on the great International Show The California Florist JULIUS BPPSTBIN FRANK H. FORREST 344-346 Qeary Street, and Hotel St. Francis. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. We cover the entire Pacific Coast and West of the Rockies. Wire us your orders for all Steamen sailing for Honolulu, Manila and the Orient. Regular Trade Discount.

  

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28 The Florists^ Review April 24, 1913.

 

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BRECHT'S HIQH EFFICIENCY FLORISTS' REFRIGERATORS Will display your flowers in an attractive manner, and k««p them lu salable condiUon, by reas-on of their superior insulation and dry air circulation arrangement. CUT SHOWS STYLE NO. 700 Made for use with either ice or artificial refrigenltidn. The Brecht Florists' Artificial Refrisreratins Plant ex- hibited at the Chicago Convention was awarded the S. A. F. certificate of merit. Write for free catalogue, addressing Dept. £-2. THE BRECHT COMPANY Established 1853 , Main Offices and Factories, 1214 Cass Ave. ST. LOUIS, iNO. DENVER SAN FRANCISCO BUENOS AYRES NEW YORK CITY HAMBURG M^nMoTi Th» R^tIpw wh^n Ton wr1t» CHRYSLER & KOPPIN REFRIGERATOR MANUFACTURERS FLORISTS' REFRIGERATORS OUR SPECIALTY Our refrigerators are ia leading Detroit stores, includiog J. Breitmeyer's Sons, L. Bemb Floral Company, B. Schroeter, Asman A Dunn, Michigan Cut Flower Exchange and others. We aUo manufacture to ordsr refrigerators for the high-class homes, and always use the best insulation obtainable. 819-823 Warren Avenue, West, DETROIT, MICH. Mention The Review when yon write. OMAHA, NEB. At a meeting of the Omaha Florists' Club, April 10, and at the request of Ed. Williams, president of the Nebraska State Florists' Society, it was decided to send a call to the florists of the state for a voluntary cash contribution for the relief of Hans Jensen, at Forty- ninth and Leavenworth streets, whose greenhouses and home were destroyed by the tornado Easter Sundav, March 23. ' NEW ORLEANS, LA. The New Orleans Horticultural So- ciety held its first monthly meeting April 17 at its new quarters in the spacious, handsomely furnished meeting room of the Progressive Union, corner St. Charles and Common streets. A large gathering of members was present. Pres- ident Herman Doescher opened the meeting and Secretary C. R. Panter introduced the first speaker of the eve- ning. Dr. G. Holt, president of the park- ing commission. In his subject, "Rules and Regulations of the Parking Commis- sion," the speaker stated that the city assumed the right to plant all public highways, protected by the law in the person of the city attorney. Nobody has a right to plant or have planted any tree, shrub or plant on any of the city''s highways. Everything to be planted must be approved by the park- ing commission. The first example of its work is the present style of planting and beautifying the city's highways, started during the winter months. A short discussion followed the speaker's interesting remarks, after which P. A. Chopin made a motion to appoint a committee to confer with the parking commission to obtain informa- tion governing concessions to plant trees and shrubs on the public highways. The following were appointed: Harry Pap- worth, F. A. Quinette and Peter Chopin. The next speaker introduced was Glen Fleming^ secretary of the Southern States Fair and Pan-American Exposi- tion. He gave a clear outline of the ob- ject of the coming exposition, to be held in the fall of 1914, and to be interna- tional in its scope. The buildings to be erected will be permanent and destined to show to the world the great resources of the south, each state erecting its own building for its exhibits. The speaker asked the cooperation of the members of the society in beautifying the grounds and the interior of Horticul- tural hall, stating that the florists should look upon it as their building and help to show what can be done here in the line of horticulture. Mr. Fleming invited the members of the society to visit him at his office to give FORT SMITH FLORISTS' REFRIGERATORS ^^ KEEP FLOWERS PERFECTLY = Because they maintain a correct circulation of cold, dry air. Proper insulation, substantial con- struction and beautiful finish satisfy the most critical buyer. Write for catalogue and prices. Special designs built to order. Ft. Smith Refrigerator Works FORT SMITH, ARK. CHICAGO REPKRSENTATIVK8 E. A. Hamburg & Co. 202 Atlas Block, Cor. Wabash and Randolph Mention The ReTlew when yog write. their ideas in regard to the horticul- tural part of the exposition. Secretary Panter spoke of a plan to form a state association of all horticul- tural and agricultural societies in Lou- isiana. Circulars will be mailed to all

  

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DENVER, COLORADO MEMBER FLORISTS' TELEGRAPH DELIVERY ASSOCIATION PARK FLORAL COMPANY Mui au COLORADO and WYOMING DENVER The Mauf( Floral Co., 1225 Logan Street, lleober F. T. D. E«MER, COLO., and WYO. CENTRAL FLORAL CO. 9Sfi Fifteenth St. MEMBER OF F. T. D. Open Sundaya and Evvningi.

 

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Colorado Springs G)lorado Deliveriea made to Manitou and Broadmoor Yankton and Mitchell, S. D. Larvest and Hoat Oomplete Oreenbonses In the Dakotas. WE GROW OUR OWN FLOWERS Give ns your Northwest orders and send for IBO-page catalogrue. Gumey Greenhouse Company ""^^ A Card This Size Coato onir fl.itS per Week on Yearly Order It wonld keep your name and toot spedalty Iwfore the whole trade. A half-Inch card coata only e2'ac per week on yearly order. Colorado Springs, Colo. Frank F. Crump, '^'I^^T'*'"^ Member PTorirta* Tel«gnB>h Delivery Aaa'n. ll^^-.^^ Bright Spot Greenhouses L/CliVCl Cor. 5th Ave. d Josephine St DOWNING A KASH. Proprietors DENVER, COLORADO COLUMBINE FLOWER SHOP IDA E. DU FONT 607 15th Street PUEBLO, COLORADO ALPHA FLORAL CO. PROMPT DELIVERY FINE STOCK TRINIDAD, COLO. JR RARRRR THnidad Flor.1 store WM. DETHLEFS Leading Florist Choice flowers and prompt service. 731 SOUTH MONTANA ST. MemberF.T.D Mitchell, S.D. Salt Lake City, Utah ERNEST LAMBOURNE, , Florist MEMBER F. T. D. 67 South Main Street Huron, S. D. Our location en- ables us to give prompt delivery to all points in this territory. HURON GREENHOUSES EL DORADO, ARK. LEACH Flower Shop FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS taken by the various exhibitors. Consid- erably more space was used than in pre- vious years, and this gave an oppor- tunity for more elaborate arrangements. In the plant collection some well grown stock was staged. The cut flower ex- hibits were fully up to the standard of previous years. Through the able super- vision of J. Forbes, F. A. Van Kirk and the various florists and nurserymen who took part in the exhibition, it proved to be a grand success. The prices were as follows: Collection of greenhouBe plantB—Clarke Bros., first; Rahn & Herbert Co., second; Wilson-Croiit- Gehf Co., third. Collection of fems^Wllson-Crout-Gehr Co., first; Clarke Bro.'*., second; Rahn & Herbert, third. Carnations—Fred Wiedcmun, first; Fred M. Young, second. Collection of cut flowers—Smith Flower Shop, first; Clarke Bros., second: Holden'g. third. Hardy plants and evergreens—J. B. Pilktng- ton, first; H. E. Weed, second; J. W. Maruny, third. Display of perennials—H. E. Weed, first; J. W. Maruny, second; H. Clemens, third. Best floral basket—Holden's first; Clarke Bros., second. Various Notes. G. Bjorkman, foreman for the Holly- wood Gardens, was a recent visitor. He also attended the Oregon state fair. J. B. Pilkington returned from a busi- ness trip a week ago to California. J. A. Wilson returned home from an extensive trip to the east and the mid- dle .west. He reports that the greenhouse stock on the Pacific coast is equal to that grown in the east and middle west. W. Wood, of Lents, Ore., has sold his greenhouses to L. Kallender, formerly connected with the Robinson Floral Co. Several large shipments of Dutch and .Japanese bulbs are arriving in this city and, according to other years, are one month ahead this year. The Tonseth Floral Co. received a shipment of supplies recently, and re- ports that its greenhouse stock is com- ing along in good shape. A good deal of enthusiasm is shown in the Oregon florists' bowling team. The team is playing the different city teams at the present time, and by the first of the new year the team expects to Salt Lake City MILLER FLORAL CO. MEMBER F. T. D. 250,000 Square Feet of Modem Glass TIPTON-& HURST FLORISTS Little Rock, Arkansas Capital and Central Shippmg Point for Arkanus | Members F. T. D. 1 FORT SMITH, ARK. ARTHUR G. LEE •THE FLORIST* Member Florists' Telegraph Delivery Qyality Flower Store Large Greenhouses of our own; centrally located We traarantee satisfaction In service, quality of flowers, and price FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS GEORGE RYE, Some norist ^.?!^ Ft Smith, Ark. HOT SPRINGS, ARK. The Flower Shop ^^"*r' HI A 1 Nearest Florist in elena, /irK. state 150 mUes BALL FLORAL COMPANY PINE BLUFF, ARK. DAVIS FLORAL CO. ""^^^E^ Established over a qoarter of a century GRAND FORKS, N. D. ^tIT §:g: wSdfn GRAND FORKS FLORAL CO. Orders for North Dakota and Northern Minnwota. GRAND FORKS, N. D. McELROrS FLOWER SHOP Orders for Vnrth PnKota and Northern Minnesota. ARTISTIC RORAL CO. 2223 Washington Avenue L. B. Wentholder, Hgr. Floral Work The Best OGDEN. UTAH Geo. T. O'Keefe, Asst.

  

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ERIE, PA. J. V. LAVER ERIE, PA. Write, Plone« Wire t'SSJ^'K^ Beyer Floral Co, SOUTH BEND. INDIANA Daily deliveries to Notre Dame University and St. Mary's Academy. rj. APV FLORAL CO. GARY, VJxiLrV 1 118 W. 5th Ave. IND. Always a complete stock and prompt service MINIMUM ORDER. 12.00 FORT WAYNE, IND., ^.-^^ FLICK FLORAL CO., The Leading Florists Choice Flowers and Prompt Service. 207-9 W. BERRY ST. Members Florists' Telegraph Delivery. RICHMOND, INDIANA FRED H. LEMON & CO. ^'loriats and Decorators Send us your orders

 

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Everything In Flowers! GRAKELOW'S Broad StrMt at Cumbarland, PillUU>ILPHIA* PA. Florists^ Ttfogm^ DeUvery AModatUm Pittsbnrgli, Pa. LUDWIG FLORAL CO. 502 Federal Street A. Wa Smith Coa . . . FLORISTS ... KEENAN BUILDING, Pittsburgh, Pa. Largest Florai ktaUishment in America E«tabli»hed 1874-lncorponited 1909 LANCASTER, PA. B. 'F. BARR & CO., Leading florist Kittanning, Pa. J. W. GLENN, 124 Market Street HARRISBURG, PA. F. E. RiDENOUE, 1221 N. 3d Street ROTARIAN MEMBER F. T. D. Members Floristi' Telecraph Delivery Ass'iio ' EVENDEN BROS. IS^^g^gpr Williamsport, Pac LEBANON, PA. J. V. VAVROUS SONS. Orders for central Penna. handle') with promptneaSi Members F. T. D. The bumper demand for Thanksgiving cleared everything in sight at that time, and has left but few late ones on hand. Those that remain are chiefly Bonnaffon. Pompons are also well cleared up and those that remain are selling at high figures. There has been also a decided shortage of violets this week, and the growers predict a great shortage for the coming holidays. Cut flowers of all kinds, the growers say, will be extremely scarce. This seems too bad when pros- pects are brighter and the demand un- doubtedly heavier than we have had in several years. The supply of roses keeps up well, and, by careful planning, can be made to go around. The stock is good and includes all grades of Septem- ber Morn, Ophelia, Prima Donna, Co- lumbia, Ward, Sunburst, Shawyer, Kil- larney and White Killarney, Scott Key and Eussell. American Beauties are in Jo Jo HakrmetFs $m$ The finest floral arrangements, flowers and plants furnished on telegraphic orders. Ess PMWelpMa sr PHILADELPHIA 1800 Chestnut Street ^ The London Flower Shop ORDERS FOR * Philadelphia Carefully and Promptly Executed with Gk>od Flowers and Good Taste by M. J. L'3.1l3.ll3.n,pHiLADELPm* Gennantown ui Chestnut HiD ORDERS Ckrefolly executed with taste and promptnesi* FRANK R. HASTINGS 8 West Chelten Avenue, Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa. SCRANTON, PA. A. L Besancon & Gompuiy FLORISTS AND DECORATORS Adams Ave. and Spruce St, SSi^SZSS. Both Phonea Ton can depend on as. Order yonr flowers on anj occasion for delivery In Scranton and vicinity. SCHULTHEIS, FLORIST I OFF£RL£, Prop. WARREN. PA. PRANKLIN, PENNA. 1 BELL FLORAL CO. ALL NORTHWESTERN PA.

  

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56 The Florists^ Review Mat 28, 1914. INDEX BY TOWNS OF LEADING RETAIL FLORISTS For Pasres of Adverttsements, consult tbe seneral Alpbabetical Index to AdTertlsements AXBON. 0. MoTarUndi ALBANT. V. T. aoaeiTt The ALTOONA. PA. Kyvrt Bros. ATLAKTIO CITY. N. J. Berktt, Geo. H. Edwards Fl'rl Hall Co. ATTBXmN. N. T. Dobbi ft Bon AVBOBA. ILL. Aurora Oroenlioiue Co. Bm<^, Jot. X. BALTIMOBX. Up. Feast & Sons, 8. _ Fiedler & Co., A. G. Pierce & Co. BATTLE CBEEK. HIGH. Case, Joseph Conan, S. W. BmrnNGEAlf, ALA. Parker, John L. BOOKE. IOWA Kemble's Greenhouses BOSTON. MASS. Carbone Comley, Henry B. Galvin, Inc., T. F. Newman & Sons Penn, Henry Wax Bros. BRATTLEBOBO, VT. Allen, Florist BROCKTON, KASS. Hathaway, W. W. BROOKLYN, N. Y. Jahn, Hufo H. Trepel, C. C. WUson, R. G. BUFFALO, N. Y. Anderson, S. A. Palmer te Son, W. J. BURLINGTON, VT. Gove The Florist Peters, W. E. CEDAR FALLS, lA. Banorof t te Son OEBAR RAPIDS, lA. Kramer & Son, I. N. CENTERVILLE, lA. Kemble's Greenhouses CHARLESTON, S. C. Aroade Floral Shop CHARLESTON, W. YA. Charleston Cut Flo. Co. CHICAGO Alpha Floral Co. Friedman, 0. J. Garfield Flower Shop Lubliner ft Trins XcKeUar, C. W. Nei«Uck, C. T. Bamuelson, Chas. A. BohiUer The Florist Smyth, W. J. Wienhoeber Co., E. Wittbold Co.. Geo. CINCINNATI, 0. HUl Floral Co. CLARKSBURG. W. YA. Dudley ft Sons Hayman Grhse. Co. OLEvXXAND, 0. Bramley ft Bon CleTeland Cut Flo. Co. Eadie Co., James Gasser Co., J. H. Jones-Russell Co. Knoble Bros. Smith ft Fetters Co. COLO. BPRGS., COLO. Cramp, F. F. Pikes Peak Flo. Co. COLUMBUS, 0. LiTlncston Seed Co. WUaon's Seed Store DALLAS, TEX. Dallas Floral Co. Lanr Floral Co. DAYTON, 0. Heiss Co. Ibtthews The Florist DE KALB. ILL. Johnson, J. L. DENVER, COLO. Boldt-Lundy Park Floral Co. DEB XOINEB. lA. Alpha Floral Co. Trfilow, Florist DETROIT. mCH. Bemb Floral Co. Breitmeyer's Sons Sohroeter, B. DULUTH, XINN. Dulnth Floral Co. ENID, OKLA. Enid Floral Co. ERIE, PA. Laver, J. V. Sohlnrair Floral Co. EVAN8T0N, ILL. Fischer Bros. FAYETTEVILLE, ARK. Southwestern Seed Co. FORT WORTH, TEX. McAdBM, J. X. FREEPORT, ILL. Bausoher, John Freeport Floral Co. OALESBURO, ILL. Drury, H. F. Pillsbury. I. L. GARY, IND. Gary Floral Co. GRAND RAP'S, MICH. Crabb ft Hunter Smith, Henry GREEN BAY, WIS. Meier ft Co.. C. GUTHRIE, OKLA. Furrow ft Co. HARTFORD. CONN. Coombs, John HELENA. MONT. State Nursery Co. HOUSTON, T^. Flower Shop, The HUNTINGTON, W. VA Dudley ft Sons INDIAlfAPOLIB. IND. Bertermann Bros. Co. Hill Floral Co. Wiesand ft Sons JACKSONVILLE. FLA. Mills. The Florist KANSAS CITY, MO. Kelloerff, Geo. M. Murray, Samuel Newell, A. Rook Flower Co. KNOXVILLE. TENN. Crouch, Chas. W. LA CROSSE, WIS. La Crosse Floral Co. LANCASTER, FA. Barr ft Co., B. F. Rosery. The LAWRENCE. KAN. Flower Shop, The LEXINGTON, KY. Keller, Florist Keller, John A. LINCOLN, NEB. Chapin Bros. Frey, C. H. Frey ft Frey LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Pales, Paul M. LOS ANGELES, CAL. Darling's Flower Shop Howard ft Smith Wolfskill's ft Golden- son Wright's Flower Shop LOUISVILLE, KY. Baumer, Aug. R. Schuls. Jacob LOWEU.. MASS. Morse ft Seals MACON, GA. Idle Hour Nurseries MADISON. WIS. Rentsohler Floral Co. MANCHESTER, N. H. Bixby, F. J. MARBHALLTOWN, lA. Kemble's Greenhouses MASON CITY, lA. Kemble's Greenhouses MEMPHIS, TENN. Idlewlld Greenhouses MILWAUKEE, WIS. Pollworth Co., C. C. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. Swanson's MOBILE, ALA. Minge Floral Co. MONTGOMERY, ALA. Rosemont Gardens MONTREAL, CANADA Hall ft Robinson McEenna ft Son NASHVILLE, TENN. Oeny Bros, Haury ft Sons Joy Floral Co. NEWARK, N. J. Philips Bros. NEWARK, 0. Duerr, Cmas. A. NEWBURYPORT, Mass. Pearson, E. W. NEW LONDON, CONN. Renter & Son, Inc. NEW ORLEANS, LA. Metairie Ridge Nursery Co., Ltd. Virgin, tr. J. NEWPORT, R. I. Bunyard Floral Co. NEW YORK CITY Boston Florist Bowe, M. A. Bunyard, A. T. Clarke's Sons, David Dards, Chas. A. Galvin, Inc., T. F. McConnell. Aleac Mver Nicholas, John 8. Bohling, Max Btumpp, Geo. M. Trepel. C. C. Warendorif Warendorff, A. Westwood, A. M. Young ft Nugent NORFOLK. VA. Orandy The Florist NORWICH, CONN. Renter ft Bon, Ine. OAKLAND, CAL. Clarke Bros. CLEAN. N. Y. Llewellyn. Florist OMAHA, NEB. Henderson, Lewis Hess ft Swoboda Stewart, 8. B. OSKALOOSA, lA. Kemble's Greenhouses OTTAWA, CANADA Scrim's. Florist OTTAWA, ILL. Lohr Bros. OTTUMWA. IOWA CrUey. O. P. M. PARIS, TEXAS. Kiley, Florist PARKERSB'G. W. VA. Dudley. Charles P. Dudley ft Sons PASADENA, CAL. Orchid, The PASSAIC. N. J. Sceery, Edward PATERSON, N. J. Sceery, Edward PEKIN, ILL. Kuhl, Geo. A. PEORIA, ILL. Kuhl. Geo. A. PHILADELPHIA, PA. Habermehl's Sons, J. J. London Flower Shop PITTSBURGH, PA. E. C. Lndwig Flrl. Co. Randolph ft MoClements Smith Co., A. W. PITTSFIELD, MA8B. Drake Greenhouses Flower Shop. The PORTLAND, ORE. Clarke Bros. Tonseth Floral Co. CHICAGO ORDERS SENT TO

 

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ARE CAREFULLY EXECUTED 2188-8184 MICHIGAN AVENUE ST. L-OUIS. TV^O. ■FLOWERS DEUVERED IN CITY OR STATE ON SHORT NOTICE- BOTLB IND lABTLAItD E AVENUE8 I ■ Both Long Distance Phones. lAf ■TDETD BOTLI AND MIBTLAND I WWCDEIl ATENUES Member Floristi' Telegraph Delivery Association. J. J. HabeimeU's Sons The flneet floral arrangements, flowers and plants famished on telegraptilc orders. The BelleTue •tntford. PhOadelpM • BrMi aad WalHt Stnetc. PHILADELrinA and Vidnity The London FlowcrShop,Ltd. 1800 Chestnnt 8tr««tt PHILADKLPHLA. PA. Member Florists' Telegraph Delivery. A. W. Smith Co. J. V. LAYER ERIE, PA WRITE, PHONE or WIRE CSTAWJSHtO ItSS

  

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Identifier: 5205536_48_3

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Subjects: Floriculture

Publisher: Chicago : Florists' Pub. Co

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The florists whose cards appear on the pages carrying this head, are prepared to fBll orders "*"'■' from other florists for local delivery on the usual basis. ———

 

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Ft. Wayne, Ind. W. J. & M. S. VESEY 2()02 THOxMPSON AVE. 150,000 feet of glass devoted to fine Roses, Orchids and Carnations. Prompt and Careful Service. MEMBER F. T. D. FUCK FLORAL CO., 207-209 W. Berry St. In the Heart of the City. Fort Wayne, Ind. and VICINITY Largest Cut Flower Shop in the Stat«. 65.000 feet of glass devoted to Plants and Cut Flowers. F. T. D. Ft. Wayne and Northern Ind. DOSWELL'S QUALITY FLOWERS Store: 301 W. Main and Lindenwood Cemeteiy BEYER FLORAL SHOP 108 E. Jefferson Street SOUTH BEND, INDIANA Dally doliTeries to Notre Dame University and St. Mary's Arademy. Also close connections With NUes, Berrien Springs, St. Joseph, Ulch.; New Carlisle, Michigan City, La Porte, Elkhart, Goshen, Warsaw, Ind. SOUTH BEND, IND. i^anst WILLIAMS THE FLORIST South Bend's Leading Florist Daily deliveries to St. Mary's Academy and Notre Dame University. Orders filled for Northern Indiana and Southern Michigan. Quality Flower Store Large Greenhouses of our own; centrally located We guarantee satisfaction in service, Quality of flowers, and price FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS HOT SPRINGS, ARK. The Flower Shop 866 Centra Avenue Nearest Florist in L)0 miles Helena, Ark. ^S BALL FLORAL COMPANY PINE BLUFF, ARK. DAVIS FLORAL CO ^^a^ GEORGE RYE, Some Florist THE PLAZA r. Q 'iL A -1 F.T.D. rt. omith. Ark. Indianapolis, Ind. 241 MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE Bertermann Bros Co. LEADING FLORISTS Memters Florists' Telegraph Delivery Assn. i':Ntubiisiiea ia^>9 A. WIEGAND'S SONS CO. 1610 to 1620 North Illinois Street INDIANAPOLIS. IND. Inillana's oldest, larirent and must complete retail establishment. Member Florists' Telegraph Delivery Association, TERRE HAUTE, IND. COWAN BROS. & CO., Florists Establisheil 1894 Twenty-first and Spruce Sta. RICHMOND, INDIANA FRED H. LEMON & CO. florists and Decorators Send us your orders RICHMOND, INDIANA AND VICINITY Member F. T. P. G. R. GAUSE KOKOM O, IND. COLES' FLOWER SHOP MEMBER P. T. D. KOKOMO, IND. KELLY'S GREENHOUSES Good Stock Good Work Good Servicf tlio only man in the party to finish the (•limb to one of tlie higher peaks of the Kockies, J. Hess is makings arrangements to leave August 13 for the S, A. l-\ conveii- tion. T, E. E. LOUISVILLE, KY. The Market. Another week of "better Ijusiiiess" is past, Kain and cooler weatlier liave brouglit tlie outside stock around in better sliajie and the demand looks as if trying its l)est to catch np with the sujiply. (iladioli, although not plen- tiful, are a little ijetter and find a ready sale. Roses are beginning to look better. )Sonie Ophidia and Coluinl)ia were seen and brought a fair jirice. As the weather is not so hot, roses have been used in funer.al work the last week and hold nicely. Tuberoses arc not ])lentiful, but the few seen are fairly good. Asters are seen, but are poor and find little sale. This is due, of course, to the unusually dry summer. Summing up last week's business, there has been an increase in the retail stores, which means that the wholosalers profited also. Various Notes. Among those from Louisville who will be seen at the S, A. F. convention will be Willi;im Mann and probably Henry Fuchs. Anders Rasmussen, of New Albany, will also be among those present. William Walker has benched this year over 1,200 mums and .also a great num- Member F. T. D. Phone: Canal { J^^ H. W. SHEPPARD FORMERLY HILL FLORAL CO. FLOWERS OF QUALITY Arranged in a Highly Artistic Manner Service Unexcelled Your Patronage Solicited 532-534 Race Street CINCINNATI, OHIO CINCINNATI FRANK A. VOLZ Dina Avenue Sta. L. Most Centrally located to the suburbs ERIC BUCHHOLZ MUNCIE, INDIANA Member Florists' Telegraph Delivery 30,000 square feet of modern greenhouses 18 acres of outdoor cultivation SATISFACTION ON ALL ORDERS ASSURED TERRE HAUTE, IND 129 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET JOHN G. HEINL & SON Terre Haute, Ind. ''W^ M. B. & C. E. Stover VINCENNES, IND. PAUL C. SCHULTZ CO. Member Florists' TeleRrraph Delivery. ATTICA, IND. And all Surround- .. Attlca Floral Co. LOGANSPORT, IND. PERSHING-Florist LrL^T^). BLOOMINGTON, IND. ELLIS FLORAL CO. Members F. T. D. M* -. ! J MARION anon,ma. floral co. Member Florists' Telegraph Delivery Ass'n. Lillian C. Tom MGR. Colonial Flower Shop "jt^r^eT GOSHEN, IND. /^ A D V FLORAL CO. GARY \j/Ar\ I 118 W. 5th Ave. Ind. Always a complete stock and prompt service MINIMUM ORDER, $2.00 Noblesville, Ind. Meikel & Warner T^t^^^

  

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