. The American florist : a weekly journal for the trade. Floriculture; Florists. 460 The American Florist. Nov. J, Indianapolis. PLEASANT WEATHER PROVES CNPLEASANT FOE GROWERS—FLORISTS ASSIST COM- RADE AT AN ANNIVERSARY. Much to the dislike of growers, we have had most beautiful warm weather up to date, with but one little touch of frost; consequently flowers of all kinds are plentiful, especially roses and chrys. anthemums, and low prices prevail. Fortunately there is a good demand and the stock is all absorbed. Violets, which were plentiful and comparatively good this time last year, are yet

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. The American florist : a weekly journal for the trade. Floriculture; Florists. 460 The American Florist. Nov. J, Indianapolis. PLEASANT WEATHER PROVES CNPLEASANT FOE GROWERS—FLORISTS ASSIST COM- RADE AT AN ANNIVERSARY. Much to the dislike of growers, we have had most beautiful warm weather up to date, with but one little touch of frost; consequently flowers of all kinds are plentiful, especially roses and chrys. anthemums, and low prices prevail. Fortunately there is a good demand and the stock is all absorbed. Violets, which were plentiful and comparatively good this time last year, are yet away behind regarding flowers. October 25 thirteen florists enjoyed the hospitality of Robert McKeand at his residence in Garfield Park. Onthatday Mr. and Mrs. McKeand were celebrating the fifteenth anniversary of their wed- ding. Among other presents was a chair from their florist Iriends. In his address of thanks Mr. McKeand had much to say of the kindness and true friendship shown to him by his fellow florists, to which he said was due the larger part of his success in life, especially in this city, but we all knew better, for a man as good natured, broad minded and expert in his calling cannot help make friends and be successful. Excellent spirits pre- vailed during the evening and a political discussion between Messrs. Langstafl" and Hukriede was an especially enter- taining feature. William Bertermann has returned from Germany. H.J. Long Island City, N. Y.—At three o'clock on the morning of October IS 'he four greenhouses of Mrs. Mathias 01m were destroyed by a fire due to defective heating apparatus. The place will be rebuilt. NOW IS THE TIME TO LAY IN TOrR SUPPLY OF FINE Boston Terns For your holiday trade. Four and five- inch are nice sizes to buy. We have them in all sizes. 'Write os for prices. Grower of Roses. CarnatlonSi etc. PEKII. ILL. Violets TO BE IN TIME "r our grand AUTUMN NUMBER Which will be issued November 10, your special advertisemeut shou

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