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Title: Florists' review [microform]

Identifier: 5205536_28_1

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Subjects: Floriculture

Publisher: Chicago : Florists' Pub. Co

Contributing Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

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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., ™&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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Title: Blätter für Aquarien- und Terrarien-Kunde

Identifier: bltterfraquarien1100stut

Year: 1890 (1890s)

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Publisher: Stuttgart

Contributing Library: Harvard University, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Ernst Mayr Library

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Title: 1911 Griffith and Turner Co. : farm and garden supplies

Identifier: 1911griffithturn1911grif

Year: 1911 (1910s)

Authors: Griffith and Turner Co; Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection

Subjects: Gardening Equipment and supplies Catalogs; Agricultural implements Catalogs; Seeds Catalogs; Bulbs (Plants) Catalogs; Vegetables Catalogs

Publisher: Baltimore, Md. : Griffith and Turner Co. , 1911

Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library

Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library

  

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^ GRIFFITH ®. TURNER CO. KIL-WEED NOT TO BE USED ON LAWNS 6. SCXENTZFIC WEED DESTBOTEB. FBEX: FBOM ODOB. By Analysis it Has Been Found There is no Strong'er Weed Killer on tlie UarKet. An unsurpassed preparation for the removal of grass, weeds, vines and bushes from paths, roadways, gutters, streets and 4ny other place from wliich it is desired to remove any and all vegetable growths, thus destroying the breeding ground for mosquitoes. The work can be done in a speedy, thorough, economicaJ and easy manner. The material lias no bad effect on the ground, neither does it injure or discolor the brick, etone or marble curbing, really acting as a cleanser of them. The attention of Street Cleaning Departments is called to this solution. All organic growth is destroyed. No more dig- ging and disfiguring of paths and roadways. Saves expense of several men. KUi-WEBS not only kills weeds, but destroys seed germs and roots of plants. The best time to use Klli- WBED is after a rain. Can be used with an ordinary sprink- ling can. One gallon XHi-WBBD will make 30 to 35 gallons treating liquid when mixed with water. One man with a sprinking can in one hour can do as much or more than six men could in one-half day, and do the work better. Judgment should be exercised in using KIXi-WBBD, as it is Impossible to give full directions to suit every case. If the weeds are lajge and strong the solution should be made stronger than for ordinary grass and weeds. They should be eut down so that the solution may the more readily reach the roots. 1-Quart Can $ ,35 S-Gallon Can $4.00 %-Oallon Can 60 10-Gallon Can 7.53 1-Gallon Can 1.00 1 Barrel, per gal 65 TULX. SIBECTXOirS WFTH BTBBT COITTAZHEB. WBITE FOB SFECIAI. CIBCUIiAB. POISON KIL'WORM Destroys Worms, Ants, Etc., Infesting" Golf, Cricket Grounds, Parks and Ziawns. Sure Death to Snails. Does not injure grass, but acts rather as a fertilizer. (Note.-—Must not come in contact with fine plants). Has been thoroughly tested and found perfectly satisfactory. Causes the insects to come to the surface to die. One gallon KTL-WOBU makes fifty gallons liquid when mixed with water. Prices: 1-Quart Bottle $ .65 1-Gallon Jug 82.00 V^-Gallon Bottle 1.25 5-Gallon Jug 9.01 Barrels C45 gallons). Per gallon 1.75 Ftru SrBECTIONS ON EVEEY CAN. ZiEUOII' OUi. Odorless and non-poisonous. As a flea killer, was!) and mange remedy for animals is unequaled. Perfectly safe and harmless to the tenderest foliage and roots. It ef- fectually destroys mealy bugs by syringing or dipping. It also destroys scale, thrip. red spider, black and green fly, caterpillar. American blight, mildew, etc. Dilute with 50 parts of water. % pint, 25c. Pint, 40c. Qt.. 75c. V2 gal., $1.25. Gal., $2.00. TREE TANGLEFOOT For protecting trees against climbing Insect pests in a simple, economical and ef- fective way, use Tree Tangle- foot—a sticky substance ap- plied directly to the bark of trees. One application re- mains sticky on the trees three months fully exposed to the weather. Easily applied with a small wooden paddle. One lb. will spread 8 feet long by 0 inches wide, 1-16 inch thick. "Will stay on tree three months.

 

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Can. Can. Can. .$ .30 . .85 . 2.65

  

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