. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. IJPraf^;"' 132 ?.-.?, ' • 't : .•»?.•?. ,?? , ..' ? -. ^. ?*??,- ' The Florists'Revfetv .*•-?rr*- - August 17, 1916, DAYLITE GLASS QUICK We are usually too busy to give testimonials, but most of us like to receive commendation for our goods, and we thought you would not ob- ject to a line from us in that direc- tion. We have in front of our store a large marquee with a wired glass top. The latter has been extremely dirty, and we have not been able to clean it with water. It occurred to the writer to have our porter make an application of Ander

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. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. IJPraf^;"' 132 ?.-.?, ' • 't : .•»?.•?. ,?? , ..' ? -. ^. ?*??,- ' The Florists'Revfetv .*•-?rr*- - August 17, 1916, DAYLITE GLASS QUICK We are usually too busy to give testimonials, but most of us like to receive commendation for our goods, and we thought you would not ob- ject to a line from us in that direc- tion. We have in front of our store a large marquee with a wired glass top. The latter has been extremely dirty, and we have not been able to clean it with water. It occurred to the writer to have our porter make an application of Andersen Daylite Glass Cleaner, and it is almost un- peuevaole what a difference there is! The glass is now as if it were new. and we have fully 75 per cent more light. Henry F. Michell Co. By Paul F. Richter. Gen. Mgr.. ^ ^^^ If your Jobber does not handle ttals Cleaner, order from Andersen Specialty 6 EAST LAKE ST.. CHICAGO, ILL. CLEANER POWERFUL Will Not Injure Paint or Putty Leaves No Greasy Surface 26 gals, or more $ 1.00 per gal. 5 to 25 gals 1.25 per gal. Less than 5 gals 1.50 per gal. F. 0. B Chicago Above cut is from photograph taken at my place after part of glass was cleaned with Daylite Cleaner. It is the quickest and most powerful ^^^ glass cleaner I ever m^ ^\ saw (Signed) m_AlP A J' W. Niessen, ^^^^ 753 E. 47ih St.. Chicago. Mention Th« ReTlew when yon writ*. CINCINNATI. The Market. Throughout last week an active de- mand for stock took up all good offer- ings. The supply now is fair and the first of this week shows a substantial increase. Except Killarney roses, which, owing to the extremely hot spell we have passed through, are poor, there are few roses obtainable. The good blooms have been selling readily. Easter lilies, ru- brum and album lilies are in good supply and have been selling well. Hardy hydrangeas have met with a good market. The good gladioli clear readily, the same bein^ true of asters. Snapdragons and water lilies are con- spicuous and gree