. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. The Market. Stock has been more plentiful during the last week. Everyone is cutting a goo^ many bulbous flowers, such as jon- quils, hyacinths and tulips. Paper Whites are gone, but their place is easily filled with other spring flowers. Carnations are still selling at 6 cents. BABea run from 4 cents to 30 cents, jon- iqullB and daffodils are 8 cents and tulips bring 4 cents to 8 cents. One of the heaviest snow storms of the season occurred in central Nebraska the other day, many trains being snow- bound. In Lincoln, North Platte and Eastings the s

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. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. The Market. Stock has been more plentiful during the last week. Everyone is cutting a goo^ many bulbous flowers, such as jon- quils, hyacinths and tulips. Paper Whites are gone, but their place is easily filled with other spring flowers. Carnations are still selling at 6 cents. BABea run from 4 cents to 30 cents, jon- iqullB and daffodils are 8 cents and tulips bring 4 cents to 8 cents. One of the heaviest snow storms of the season occurred in central Nebraska the other day, many trains being snow- bound. In Lincoln, North Platte and Eastings the snow drifted to a height of eight to ten feet in different places. As it was a heavy, wet snow, it was almost impossible for snowplows to get through. Passengers on the trains en route to Denver and other places were fed from nearby farm houses, wherever the train happened to be stalled. All shipments of flowers to the west were ? 5^ie roads are now open and cruiining on schedule time. of this section enjoyed FjiTttTTyuaiest St. Valentine's days 3^n^ years. It. was hard to get around with deliveries, too, on account of the blizzard that struck Omaha and vicinity that day. The city was cov- ered with sleet and snow and it rained or snowed practically all day February 14. However, everyone got his de- liveries out in plenty of time. Even if it was hard going, there was little com- plaint of packages being received late. I Various Notes. The window of Hess & Swoboda was a pretty sight St. Valentine's day. In fact, it is so ^t all times, for Mr. Hess' makes it a point to keep the latest stock in flowers on display. Lewis Henderson, although not in good health, is always at the store at Sixteenth and Harney streets. One of the largest table decorations during the year was executed for the Eotary Club banquet by L. Eogers. " There were ninety tables to decorate and, as everyone knows, the Eotary does not do things halfway. C. G. Hargadine, Florence, Neb., is cutting some sple

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