The American florist : a weekly journal for the trade . icago; Mrs. L.J. Stuppy and Sons,, St. Joseph, Mo.;TVEiss H. B. Witted, Minneapolis. Minn.;•J. G. Taylor and Mrs. Taylor, Minneap- olis, Minn.; John, Adolph and AugustPoehlmann, Chicago: 10. B. Washburn,and Mrs. Washinirn, Chicago; C. Ij.Washburn, Chicago; and John and Mrs.Bath. J. J. and Mrs. Hess, Mr. andMrs. Swoboda, George and Mrs. Suiis.L. M. and Mrs. Kovatzas, and MissRiba McNamara of Omaha The in-terment was at Walnut Hill cemetery,where services were licld under theauspices of the Masonic order. TKIBUTE OF f. I.. WASIIBUBN. The un

The American florist : a weekly journal for the trade . icago; Mrs. L.J. Stuppy and Sons,, St. Joseph, Mo.;TVEiss H. B. Witted, Minneapolis. Minn.;•J. G. Taylor and Mrs. Taylor, Minneap- olis, Minn.; John, Adolph and AugustPoehlmann, Chicago: 10. B. Washburn,and Mrs. Washinirn, Chicago; C. Ij.Washburn, Chicago; and John and Mrs.Bath. J. J. and Mrs. Hess, Mr. andMrs. Swoboda, George and Mrs. Suiis.L. M. and Mrs. Kovatzas, and MissRiba McNamara of Omaha The in-terment was at Walnut Hill cemetery,where services were licld under theauspices of the Masonic order. TKIBUTE OF f. I.. WASIIBUBN. The un Stock Photo
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The American florist : a weekly journal for the trade . icago; Mrs. L.J. Stuppy and Sons, , St. Joseph, Mo.;TVEiss H. B. Witted, Minneapolis. Minn.;•J. G. Taylor and Mrs. Taylor, Minneap- olis, Minn.; John, Adolph and AugustPoehlmann, Chicago: 10. B. Washburn, and Mrs. Washinirn, Chicago; C. Ij.Washburn, Chicago; and John and Mrs.Bath. J. J. and Mrs. Hess, Mr. andMrs. Swoboda, George and Mrs. Suiis.L. M. and Mrs. Kovatzas, and MissRiba McNamara of Omaha The in-terment was at Walnut Hill cemetery, where services were licld under theauspices of the Masonic order. TKIBUTE OF f. I.. WASIIBUBN. The untimely death of J. F. Wilcoxof Coimcil Bluffs. la., was a severeshock to his friends in the floral tradeas few of us knew that he was at allill. There was probably no man inthe trade who had more friends thanhe, for to know him was to be a friend.His genial and kindly dispositionsprang from a warm and tender heart.He always spol^e a pleasant word toeveryone and when visiting a fellowflorists greenhouses always foundsomething favorable to comment on.. The Late J. F. ?Wilcox. His criticisms were just but spoken ina kindly way. To those of his friendswho knew him best his dominant char-acteristics ?nere his kind heartedness, his charitable and lovable nature andhis absolute integritj. His businessmethods throughout raised the stand-ard of the florist trade to a higherplane. We all have lost a tried andtrue friend and words cannot do himjustice. CHARLES L. Washbukn. William F. Wagner. William F. Wagner, a florist ofCooperstown, N. Y., died April 20, after an illness of several months, aged .57 years. He was born in Utica.N. Y.. and established a florist busi-ness in Cooperstown fifteen years agoand erected a greenhouse which he hasconducted ever since. He was a i^nem-ber of the Masons who conducted thefuneral services. May 1. Kansas City, Mo.—The residence ofWilliam J. Barnes, Jr., was destroyedby fire April 28, probablj caused bydefective wiring. The family were notat home when t

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