. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. Fii High Qtialitv and Finish of Matertel give distinc- tion to u . - JSt";^" SEFTON FOLDING CUT FLOWER AND CORRUGATED DESIGN STYLE FLORISTS' BOXES Equalize and standardle^ the quality of your packages and floral effects. Have them recognised by uniformity of neatness, attractiveness and safety in protection. The result will oe Increased orders. ' ' THE SEFTON MFG COMPANY ^^^ west ssth street, Chicago M. IIIJ iJRJl 1 V/11 ITll VJ« VIVflTll n.11 I f Factories: Chicago, lU.; Anderson, Ind.; Brooklyn. N. Y.. lt<nttoB The B«t1«w whwa yoa wr

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. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. Fii High Qtialitv and Finish of Matertel give distinc- tion to u . - JSt";^" SEFTON FOLDING CUT FLOWER AND CORRUGATED DESIGN STYLE FLORISTS' BOXES Equalize and standardle^ the quality of your packages and floral effects. Have them recognised by uniformity of neatness, attractiveness and safety in protection. The result will oe Increased orders. ' ' THE SEFTON MFG COMPANY ^^^ west ssth street, Chicago M. IIIJ iJRJl 1 V/11 ITll VJ« VIVflTll n.11 I f Factories: Chicago, lU.; Anderson, Ind.; Brooklyn. N. Y.. lt<nttoB The B«t1«w whwa yoa wr
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. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. Fii High Qtialitv and Finish of Matertel give distinc- tion to u . - JSt";^" SEFTON FOLDING CUT FLOWER AND CORRUGATED DESIGN STYLE FLORISTS' BOXES Equalize and standardle^ the quality of your packages and floral effects. Have them recognised by uniformity of neatness, attractiveness and safety in protection. The result will oe Increased orders. ' ' THE SEFTON MFG COMPANY ^^^ west ssth street, Chicago M. IIIJ iJRJl 1 V/11 ITll VJ« VIVflTll n.11 I f Factories: Chicago, lU.; Anderson, Ind.; Brooklyn. N. Y.. lt<nttoB The B«t1«w whwa yoa write. in his retail store at the corner of Gates and Marcy avenues, Brooklyn. Mr. Silbert, local manager for Rob- inson & Co., of Boston, spent the week end at the Hub. Jds. Levy and family are still at Kockaway Park. F. L. Moore, of Chatham, was in the city August 24. Thirty-nine years ago on this date he was at the top of Long's peak, in. the Rockies, 14,300 feet abov^ the sea. Harry Riedel and wife left August 24 for a two weeks' trip, which begins on the lakes and ends among the firm's growers in Dutchess county. Mr. Biedel celebrated his forty-first birth- day August 23. ? September 9 the Florists' Club will hold its first meeting of the new sea- son, at its rooms in the Grand Opera House building. This will be gladiolus night, and the London flower show and the ectnvention will be topics of in- terept. ? The Bedford Flower Co., of Bedford Hills, N. Y., has bored over 200 feet of artesian well and has not yet tapped the underground river. The new chim- ney will be over 100 feet high. Matthew Sampson, manager of the Noe interests in the Coogan building, is again on duty after a two weeks' vacation in the Catskills. E. C. Horan is at Lake George for his holiday. Siebrecht & Siebrecht and Wm. P. Ford have been busy for ten days, completing the decorating of their new stores. The new signs are in keeping with the "tout ensemble" of each es- tablishment. Joh

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