. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. Boxes That Are Distinctive Neat Printing — High Quality and Finish of Material give distinction to Sefton Folding Cut Flower and Corrugated Design Style. Florists' Boxes Equalize and standardize the quality of your pack!iges and floral effects. Have them recognized by uniformity of neatness, attractiveness and safety in protection. The result will be increased orders. THE SEFTON MFG. COMPANY, 1333 West 35th St, Chicago FACTORIES: Chicago, 111. Anderson, Ind. Brooklyn, N.Y. Mention The Rcrlew when yon write. FISH FOOD 100 per cent proBt for the stor

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. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. Boxes That Are Distinctive Neat Printing — High Quality and Finish of Material give distinction to Sefton Folding Cut Flower and Corrugated Design Style. Florists' Boxes Equalize and standardize the quality of your pack!iges and floral effects. Have them recognized by uniformity of neatness, attractiveness and safety in protection. The result will be increased orders. THE SEFTON MFG. COMPANY, 1333 West 35th St, Chicago FACTORIES: Chicago, 111. Anderson, Ind. Brooklyn, N.Y. Mention The Rcrlew when yon write. FISH FOOD 100 per cent proBt for the stor
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. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. Boxes That Are Distinctive Neat Printing — High Quality and Finish of Material give distinction to Sefton Folding Cut Flower and Corrugated Design Style. Florists' Boxes Equalize and standardize the quality of your pack!iges and floral effects. Have them recognized by uniformity of neatness, attractiveness and safety in protection. The result will be increased orders. THE SEFTON MFG. COMPANY, 1333 West 35th St, Chicago FACTORIES: Chicago, 111. Anderson, Ind. Brooklyn, N.Y. Mention The Rcrlew when yon write. FISH FOOD 100 per cent proBt for the store florists. Oost rou 66c per dozen boxes. Tou sell for lOc per box. ^Im^ MiMcUrSc, NewTark. Montltw Th> R^tUw wh»n Ton wHtf Various Notes. Charles Ealand, of A. Wiegand's Sous Co., has taken a position with Bertermann Bros. Co. M. Alexander, of Lion & Co., and H. D. Crowell, of S. S. Pennock-Mee- hau Co., have been calling on the trade. C. R. G. KANSAS CITY. The Market. Business last week was far beyond expectations, on account of Valentine's day. It was said that instead of the mailmen carrying valentines, it was the florist who did so. It seemed that everything was needed to meet the de- mand, from small pot plants to cut flowers and large pot plants. Basket work was also in great demand. ' It seemed that the married people remem- bered that their helpmates were alive and needed a valentine as well as when they were single. The arrival of Lent seems to have little effect on the market. Roses are scarce and all stock is cleaned up quickly at good prices. American Beauties are a little more plentiful, but the prices seem to have slightly ad- vanced. The Killarneys and Rich- monds have improved considerably in quality. Bulb stock is becoming more plentiful. Carnations are taking a backward step in price, as they are coming in fast on account of the sun- shiny weather. The wearing of white flowers on Fri- day, February 14, in memory of Cap- tain Scott and his four compa

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