. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. The Florists' Review OCTOBBB 21, 1015. -:(.. Neatness in flower delivery^ You want your flowers neatly packed when they are delivered; "neatness" is just the word we've had in mind in making the Sefton Flower Boxes. They are the right packages for good flowers. Made in styles and shades to meet every need. Ask your paper jobber. M. You ouffht to have our catalog —also price list and samples; sent on request BtTMt THE SEFTON MFG. CO./%iTk'gS!^ Maatloa Th» BaTlaw wlwn yoa wrlta. city and in Baltimore is being extended to J. J. Perry, manage

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. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. The Florists' Review OCTOBBB 21, 1015. -:(.. Neatness in flower delivery^ You want your flowers neatly packed when they are delivered; "neatness" is just the word we've had in mind in making the Sefton Flower Boxes. They are the right packages for good flowers. Made in styles and shades to meet every need. Ask your paper jobber. M. You ouffht to have our catalog —also price list and samples; sent on request BtTMt THE SEFTON MFG. CO./%iTk'gS!^ Maatloa Th» BaTlaw wlwn yoa wrlta. city and in Baltimore is being extended to J. J. Perry, manage
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. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. The Florists' Review OCTOBBB 21, 1015. -:(.. Neatness in flower delivery^ You want your flowers neatly packed when they are delivered; "neatness" is just the word we've had in mind in making the Sefton Flower Boxes. They are the right packages for good flowers. Made in styles and shades to meet every need. Ask your paper jobber. M. You ouffht to have our catalog —also price list and samples; sent on request BtTMt THE SEFTON MFG. CO./%iTk'gS!^ Maatloa Th» BaTlaw wlwn yoa wrlta. city and in Baltimore is being extended to J. J. Perry, manager of the branch store of the S. S. Pennock-Meehan Co. in the latter city, who last week met with the sad loss of his mother, Mrs. Martha Ann Perry, of Washington. Mrs. Perry was 82 years of age and had been ill for some time. The funeral took place from the residence of her daughter, Mrs. M. P. Gregory, at 3637 Warder street, northwest. Interment was in Frederick, Md. Syftipathy is also being extended to Archie Roberts, formerly with George C. Shaffer, who recently suffered the loss of his wife. Mrs. Roberts was stricken with her fatal illness just one hour before her death. Among the visitors of the week were T. A. Bell, of Hamrick & Co., Staun- ton, Va.; C. W. Ward, of Eureka, Cal.; William P. Craig, of Philadelphia; Joseph I. Adler, representing the Bo- tanical Decorating Co., of Chicago; Charles E. Meehan, of the S. S. Pen- nock-Meehan Co., of Philadelphia, and Sidney H. Bayersdorfer, of Philadel- phia. George C. Shaffer has been admitted to membership in the Retail Merchants' Association. C. L. L. NEWARK, K. J. The Market. Wholesale prices were high again last week, so high that florists who have a medium-class trade bought only spar- ingly. With carnations costing 4 and 5 cents each wholesale, and chrysanthe- mums running from $3 to $5 a dozen, florists who have but little trade in wealthy circles find it diflScult to charge a price that will allow a fair profit. W