. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. Florists' Boxes Equalize and standardize the quality of your packages 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 3Sth St, Chicago lllllllllllll'JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII FACTORIES, Chicago, 111. Anderson, Ind, Brooklyn, N. Y. Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Mention The Reylew when yon write. The officers of the Retail Flower Deal- ers' Association of Philadelphia

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. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. Florists' Boxes Equalize and standardize the quality of your packages 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 3Sth St, Chicago lllllllllllll'JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII FACTORIES, Chicago, 111. Anderson, Ind, Brooklyn, N. Y. Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Mention The Reylew when yon write. The officers of the Retail Flower Deal- ers' Association of Philadelphia are: President, John C. Gracey; vice-presi- dent, Charles Henry Fox; treasurer, A. E. Blester; secretary, Charles H. Grake- low. The publicity committee is: Charles Henry Fox, Frank P. Gaul and J. Liddon Pennock. Francis Stokes has returned from a short business trip to 'New York state. Arthur Zirkman has returned from the south. The Philadelphia Cut Flower Co. has been handling heavy shipments of fine Easter lilies all through the season. Berger Bros, find that the condition of their stock on display is improved by the absence of heat in the store; enough warmth comes from the boilers in the cellar to prevent danger from frost on cold days. H. Bayersdorfer & Co. received 394 cases by incoming steamers one day this week. Phil. LANCASTER, PA. The bimonthly visiting tour of the Lancaster County Florists' Club was made February 20, to florists of the city. Starting in the west end, the first stop was made at the establish- ment of the Wheatland Co., where car- nations are grown for quality and price and both are obtained, under the effi- cient culture of E. F. Law, the secre- tary and treasurer of the company. T. F. Fries, who is a plantsman pure and simple and knows how, was next vis- ited. B. F. Barr, another retail grower, was the third person called on, and here we found roses, carnations and a general line of stock in good shape for his business. His place is known as th

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