. The American florist : a weekly journal for the trade. Floriculture; Florists. 1246 The American Florist. Jnly 26^ Cincinnati. The 69th monthlv meeting of the Cin- cinnati Florists' SDciety was held Satur- day evening, July 1-t, with about 2o members present, President Critchell presiding. ... 4.1. The committee having in charge tue decorating ot Mrs. Holroyd's grave was discharged and rendered a vote of thanks for their services. . I do not know how it is in other citxes where Florists' Clubs are organized, but •with us it is very hard to get the boys to attend the monthly meeting. The only

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. The American florist : a weekly journal for the trade. Floriculture; Florists. 1246 The American Florist. Jnly 26^ Cincinnati. The 69th monthlv meeting of the Cin- cinnati Florists' SDciety was held Satur- day evening, July 1-t, with about 2o members present, President Critchell presiding. ... 4.1. The committee having in charge tue decorating ot Mrs. Holroyd's grave was discharged and rendered a vote of thanks for their services. . I do not know how it is in other citxes where Florists' Clubs are organized, but •with us it is very hard to get the boys to attend the monthly meeting. The only
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. The American florist : a weekly journal for the trade. Floriculture; Florists. 1246 The American Florist. Jnly 26^ Cincinnati. The 69th monthlv meeting of the Cin- cinnati Florists' SDciety was held Satur- day evening, July 1-t, with about 2o members present, President Critchell presiding. ... 4.1. The committee having in charge tue decorating ot Mrs. Holroyd's grave was discharged and rendered a vote of thanks for their services. . I do not know how it is in other citxes where Florists' Clubs are organized, but •with us it is very hard to get the boys to attend the monthly meeting. The only time we get a real good turnout is when there is something to eat; that seems to be a drawing card. We have a few mem- bers who are willing to read papers, but it is very discouraging to spend several hours preparing a paper and then have onlv a handful present to hear it read. Mr. \Vm. Murphv at this meeting finished the papers on his trip to the Golden Gate. While the papers were not confined strictly to floricultural topics, vet thev gave interesting descriptions ol sections of our country, including the great National Park with all its beauty and grandeur, its hot springs, the vol- canic eruptions, and a great many other very interesting natural features. He described his fright at seeing a real wild black bear. Wm. said his heart almost jumped out of his mouth; all the bad deeds he had ever committed all passed through his mind in a few seconds, but thinks to a kitchen giri at the hotel and a little dog his life was spared. Ask him to tell you the sponge story! Trade is of course in the same old way. Funeral work with some of the florists has been very good during the week. Mrs. Fairchild of Covington had quite a nice wedding decoration for the 19th consistingof sweet peas. , . Geo. Meek of Covington, buried his mother last week. Mr Allick.Sec'yand Treas. of The High- land Floral Co., Dayton, O., was in the city Monday. The writer caught a glimpse of Walter Mott of Phil

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