THE SUN, SUNDAY, MARCH 3,; 1915.
FLOWER SHOW HERE IN 1 1 DAYS WHEN TO SOW VEGETABLES
& J2 8
A meeting was held yesterday of the
Joint committee of tho Horticultural
,Boclety of New York, the New York
.Florists Club and American Koso So
ciety, all of which organizations aro
'cooperating to produce tho lilirgcst In
ternational Mower .Show ever held,
March 14 to 21 Inclusive, nt tho Grand
Central I'ulacc. J'lans were discussed
and final arrangements completed.
Aid the ftri! (roll,
The committee made arrangements
to assist the Hed Cross to a greater
degree than jn previous years by do
nating larger Hour space for tho Ited
Cross garden theatre, togothcr with
n substantial cash donation. The Mor
Ms Club recently donated $1,000 In
.cash to tho Ited Cross and purchased
,$1,000 worth of Liberty lionds.
At tho three last Mower shows tho
will help you wonderfully to
reduce the high cost of living.
It is read by tens of thou
sands, professionals as well as
amateurs, as an authoritative
guide to all garden work, both
for Vegetables and Flowers.
2o(t lwges. four fnll-pagn color
plates anil four full-page duotonn
plates: nlso hundreds of photo
.t copy frtr it ynu mention Mi
rtRKKK'M All Heart lettuce i the
most dependable hard hesding
variety ever Intnsluccd. Kxtrenicly
wild heart. Mivor rich and buttery.
Plow to run lo .wfd, csen In hot
weather, t'olor bemtlful yellowish
green, inc per packet :t".c per nr.
HENRY A. DREER
714-716 Chestnut St.
THE BENDER CHERRY
A beautiful, large,
red sour cherry, far su
perior to the old stand
ard favorite Montmo
rency, and ripening
before it. The fruit is
clear, bright red, very
large. The flesh is of
unusually fine quality,
sub-acid. The trees are
clean and heavv bearers.
Can be depended on for an enormous crop, no matter how
unfavorable the season. .
The Bender Cherry is attractive, ships well and brings
CHERRY TREES GREAT MONEY MAKERS.
Conrad Haker. Greece, N. Y., sold $1,700 worth of
cherries from acres. His net profit was about $500 per
acre. "NVhv not "try the money makers?
We have the exclusive right and control of the propaga
tion and sale of the Bender Cherry.
Price, 35c each: 10 for 52.50; 100, $20.
THE WONDERFUL DR. WORCESTER PEACH;
fruit averages 8K to 10 ounces; delicious flavor; beautiful
color; good shipper; the "best ever" peach. $1 each; $10 per
dozen; $75 per 100.
Awarded Gold Medal by the Western New York Horti
cultural Society. The fruit is large and handsome and
uniformly and completely colored red; fine grained, red to
the core. The flavor surpasses all other strawberries.
Ripens second early. Gus Herman is one of the largest
strawberry growers in Monroe Co., having been in the busi
ness 25 years. Be says he has never seen anything equal to
the Monroe. He picned 12,000 quarts of berries from three
fourths of an acre of plants and has discontinued all other
varieties. Price per doz., 50c; per 100, $1.50; per 1,000,'$10.
If sent by mail, per doz., 55c; per 100, $1.75.
GROW YOUR OWN FRUIT
Why pay high prices for a littlo fruit that can be grown in ample
quantities in tho bad: yard at practically no expense?
Fruit Trees are ornamental, furnish shade and bear delicious and
'valuable food. Why grow trees that produce nothing but leaves?
Get fruit started this spring and havo a good cron next vear. Berrv
bushes should average 'I to 3 quarts
and can bo grown in tho back yard,
Currants, Strawberries, etc.
Get our 1918 catalogue, full
Now Cherries, Strawberries,
Shrubs, Plants, Bulbs, &c.
ALLEN L. WOOD,
10IS Cutter Knad,
PATRIOTIC FARMERS FUND
MARC W. COLE, Secretary UTICA, N. Y.
Another Pleased Advertiser
February 27, 1918.
We are receiving many orders from our
advertisement in The Sun.
I. N. SIMON & SON,
438 Market Street, Philadelphia.
lli.l C'riM.i hi operated a beautiful
tlornl ten cut-den during the exposi
tion and 11 will havo a garden again
this season, beautifully decorated, from
de'lgns by Thomas Hastings, but In
stead of serving refreshments ns in the
past other forms of entertainment, In
cluding a little theatre, will bo pro
vided. Admission to the garden will
be free. The last three Mower Shows
netted tho lied Cross more than
During the show It Is, planned to
.start a. "Semi a Sick Soldier Flowers"
movement. In a cantonment hos
pital It is hurd for a soldier to lie laid
up far from his home and friends. A
few flowers have a wonderful effect.
Arrangements will bo made whereby
tho despatching of flowers to canton
ments and hospitals whero nro soldiers
who havo been returned from Kuropo
may be facilitated. Motor trucks and
automobiles will bo used almost in
clusively for this purpose.
Then.1 will bo moro than $15,000 of
fered In cash and plate for various
classes of plants In flower, bullions
plants, fernr. orchids, rose, sweet
peas, carnations, palms and many of
tho rarer and less known flower! also
table decorations, &c. These will v
for both amateur and professional
horticulturists, tho former receiving
cash prizes and the latter trophies.
T. A. Havcmcyer Is chairman of the
International Mower Show, John
Young secretary and Frederic It. New
bold treasurer. The committee of the
Horticultural Society of New York In
cludes T. A. IlavemeyfT. I It. New
bold, F. It. I'lerson. (Jeorge V. Nash,
James Stuart. V. It. Siebrecht, John
Panning, Joseph A. Mnr.da, Julius
ltoehrs. K. I.. Atkins and Ulch C5.
Hollnman. The commfRf" of the 'XeW
York Florists Club Is composed of C
It. Weathered, t It Totty, Frank H.
Trnfndly, ('.. K. M. Stumpp. John
Young, Wallace It. I':rson, Max
Kchllnir. I.ouls J. Iluter, Henry Wes
ton, P. W. 1'opp and A. Herrlngton.
Itenjamln Hammond li secretary of
the American Rose Society.
!!-ve repairs made on all lmple-ir-c-.ts;.
order all needed etra parts
ntul new Implements Immediately.
1'ru.t growers and gardeners should
o'cr fruit nnd vegetable baskets and
of fruit per bush the second season,
including Raspberries, Blackberries,
or valuable information describing
NUT TREES, Ornamental Trees,
Established 42 Years.
Rochester, N. Y.
with Pork and Wool. This is your
chance to serve your country, just
as truly as the men in khaki are
serving her "over there." We will
lend money to Farmers in New
York State to purchase Sheep and
Swine. Special loans to Boys and
Girls, 16 years and over no age
If you have brood sows for sale
write us giving age, weight, breed
Write at once or full pirticulits
crates at once and have thrin on hand.
Where posslblo neighbors Miould
combine their orders and purchaso In
The National War Garden Commis
sion, which by the way. is not In any
way commissioned by the national
Government, as Its title naturally Im
plies, offers to send R free booklet to
nlLwho will nay two cents for It. Lu
ther Hurbank, who has recently had 1
tonsmerauie unpieas,ini puoucuy m
connection with tho methods used by
a company liearlng h!a name, U
a member of this "commission."
As soon ns the snow goes and
fmnt 1 nut nf tlir. ,m nunil. :inil n
dry days take off tho excess mols- !
ture, clear the lawns of litter or
manure applied last autumn
use of the rake. Itoll, to smooth
out the roughness.
Do not uncover shrubs that nave :
been protected until danger of freezing ;
has passed. Alternate freezing and
thawing is very Injurious. Prune as
soon as -they are uncovered, it this is
Hoses should be pruned after the ,
hard freezing weather Is over. Most !
of the monthly roses, such as the
China. Bengal and Noisettes, should be I
cut back severely, leaving only ono to
three eyes on each stem, ltourbons '
and hybrid Chinas should bo left with j
six or eight ej es. '
Hybrid perpetual rocs should have ,
tile weak and decayed worn! 'iit out. .
(also branches that are clouding. The !
remaining shoot", which are to pro-
'duc flowers, should be cut back to!
'about six or eight eyes from the Uire.
j All shoots older than thofo of Ijst i
year should bo cut out.
Climbing roses only require tho poor
wood cut out and the shoots shortened
sufficiently to keep them In bounds.
Borders should havo the covers re- I
moved that were applied last autumn.
Do not dig until tho soil is dry enough (
so It will fall apart In turning it over. ,
Add old manure or sheep manure, sold !
by florists and seedsmen, before dig
gin?. Sodding may b- done as soon as the
(ground can bo woiked.
Itemove ihe litter or manure from
bulb beds, and save it. if it N straw or
old manure, to work into the vegetable
garden. Do not throw away vegetable
matter of this kind if there is a place
to uso or save It.
Never work tho soil in the spring
when it Is wet and ieay, ns this is
injurious. As soon as tho ground will
I work up finely all the garden may be
ploughed, spaded or trenched, both for
vegetables and flowers.
Gladoll for early flowers may be
planted at tho time early potatoes nre
planted, and seeds of most f the hardy
annuals may be sown in the open
ground about this time.
At this season cuttings are made of
chrysanthemums, stevins, rrn-es, car
nations, jasmintims, laurestluus, and
violets for lato spring plants, and cut
tings aro made for winter flowering
fuchsias, cytisus, chorozema, abu
tllons, &c. Tot cuttings its soon sis
possible after they aro rooted and
pinch back shoots to induce stocky
Plants In conservatory, window gar
den nnd cold Xramo should have an
abundance of air when tho weather
will permit. Do not permit a higher
temperature at night than would be
suitable during the day.
are distinctly original: and famous for
tlielr nondrous lcauty of form nnd
coloring. I ofTer a limited numler of
""ntaitlque" Orchid I'aeony.
t ai.oo each
"Ceo. II. Maltlck" Iljbrld I'neonv.
at ai.oo raeli
Thesn wcro rerommen'Iel for the "Award
ef Merit" (hlehiwt attard) by Ararrlcvi
liahlla Foelety. New Vorli. Hept.. 11117.
Ilata other "Maitlrli" r.-eatlain; alto tho
lieftt Amerleau and 1'ureixn arlt'Uii,
M. fi. TYM1B
into Derby Street Portland, Oregon
THE BEEMAN GARDEN TRACTOR
A Boy Can Operate It Price, $285 f.o.b. Factory
Ton mmt modern application of eajtcllne power to farm work la found In thltelmple.
practical, Ineipenaun littlo tractor.
In rultlvatlmr, H uoei aatrlde of onloui, rarrola, beeM and other crop, groirn in narrow
Him, eulllvatinK ono or Ihreo rows at a time.
It will take the place of a horse or mulo In cultivntlnir crop, grown In wldo row, and In
flowing; and harrow Ine.
'ultlvatea closer, fatter and hotter than h possible with hanil wheel boea or ono horse
No pushlnif no pulllnK. Ho easy to
iriilrto and enntrol that a lioy or a woman
with a Herman ran tin tho work of thrro
men wllh hand whwl hoes.
( tiltliatrs atjy crop that grow. In
I'ull. small plow or harrow
lift flops 4 h. i. mi the hell
Does all the small belt power
work on I lie farm
lines (rain Job In Job on Its own
Write today for t'ataloir S,
A GASOLINE ENGINE CO.
i01 Fyltkn Htreet. New York, N. T.
Bender cherries, actual size.
Never subject pl.ints In the hou-e
or i-onserk-atory tu strong drafts nr air. (
Keep the earth mellow In pots i and
tho pots cleiui. (J u. i id against and de- i
stroy nil Insects. j
As tho' season advances plants In,
Uio house or under glas-s require more j
WiLtCr'i , i , i 1
Seeds of pansy, verbena, s;ilvl:i, pe- ,
tunla. stock, seet alyssnm. mlniulns.
maurandin, sensitive plant, clelphi-i
nluni, antirrhinum urn! dinnthus may I
m- mjwh m jiuis or uoxes lor summer
Make cuttings of daphne, eiionvmus, liui"- "
euphorbia, gernniums. rublicr plant, j an1 Prolific bearers. It is a good fchlp
Ivy. llbonla, solunum. aceratum. an- ner. erv attractive and alwavs brlnus
cnba, bouvardla, cigar plant,
trim. lull t: !1 if, cA,m.lji ilnn. ..!...
German ivy. m'ahernla. ullea or urtlU
lcl'y Plant, peperomla. petunias, vln-
cas horonla. hydrangea, feverfew,
" luuscus- coleus, verbenas, Impatiens,
spiemiens anu cupnea.
i. anna roots may ne divided and judged xroni tun fact that It Is superior
potted and will produce good sized to Montmorency, nonrdlng to the
plants by tho time they can be set out claims msdo by tho Introducer. The
Tinps and hardy shrubs an he ' Mender ripens just lioforo Montmor
plnnted as soon as the earth Is dr ency and can be depended on for a
enough to work. ' good crop no matter how unfavorable
Karly peas, onions, parsnips ntpara- i the season. Tho fruit Is attractive,
gus, cabbage, cauliflower, carrot, leek, 1 ships well and brings top prices.
lettuce, splnnch and turnip may lie
sown as soon as tho ground can bo
WHEN TO PLANT VEGETABLES.
i ArtichoU'. (tljlie
Ib'tw. l'nle Mid l.lni.1
tu II (lower
' Cnrn, Siwft
. IVirn. field
I I istmi' .
"I-IM . .
A- Sow In the open to'iihI. Tfiln out plain .
J'.'"! ''"J I" CTnKn rind tranplint pbre nhrre tbey are to mature.
. ' "'"I"!1' I" "i" ''Pen rrouilil fur a amvi mlnn.
"ii"' uirei- on'l7-, in I mi open emitml.
!' " J1,r'i li'"bed or irm'tiho.ise and tr.initil.ini tn open Tnund when weather Miiiallc.
i - sow in ope:-. Kroviml n wotii the garileu c.di lie made reaih.
i i - .ro In hotbed or Kneiihou-.'
ii - So In inld ir.ime no. I cum oer winter I'lanl out enrly the rollonlni
I s,r. In hi t-ri i.ruiMiil ami die innii Hon uer winter
' "' In imI.I tr.lltie I'nitept ltli sj.n
Iv I'lant in the c.i":i nnminl.
.M Now eiery week In irrei nli'ie or Imtlu J.
Garden collections nf kcciIi urn pop
ular and In sreat ileinaiul. Some en
tliusiaats are onlerliiB live or fix dif
ferent collections tills year, as they
were fn well pleaxed with tlio one or
two collections purchased last spring.
A littlo ground well tilled Is lietter
than a great deal that lies neglected.
TWO DOLLAR WHEAT.
The farmers of the country, Judging
from interviews with many nf ihcni,
consider $2 wheat In this light: If
wheat Is plentiful next spring, then the
President was right In tlxlng tho price
at VI a bushel, antl he must have all
tho credit for preventing u higher
prlco being set by Congress. If, on
tho other hand, wheat Is scarce next
year, owing to tho curtailing of the
wheat acreage, particularly through
out tho Uastem States, and If wheat,
though only ?2 a bushel, Is not to be
had, then the President, who Is entitled
to all tho credit in the one case, must
take all the blame In tho other.
The Hcndcr cherry Is offered as the
bpst of an tour cherries. Tho fruit
, f , , f Montlnorencv In s!zCi
color, quality and quantity, ripening
between the i:urly ltlchmond and
The Montmorency Is a beautiful,
lurcr redVour, generally acknowledged
to bo the best, surpn.-sed only by the
The fruit is clear bright red,
; KOOj yZPi nnj u,0 f,pSi, 3 0f flne
' ' ,
It Is a favorite with the
i cann,nB '"'. which use large
I quantities and the demand is greater
I than the supply. Tho. fruit ripen ton
days earlier than Karly ltlchmond.
i no (luniuies oc inn Jienuer can no
properly handled, there is money In
growing cherries nnd tho demand Is
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50 POUND PARCEIS
ANYWHERE IN U. S.
rounds AVIthlu Flral, Serond
ami Third Zonea. y
I'ostmtister ratten advises thnt,
effective March 15, the limit of weight
of parcel port packages will be in
creased to feventy pounds for parcels
mailed for delivery within the llrst,
second nnd ihlnl zones, nnd "to fifty
pounds fur parcels mailed for delivery
within any of the other zones.
The change will servo to Increase
tho usefulness nnd availability of the
parcel poht a.s a prompt, convenient
anil cheap means of transporting mail
able parcels. Tho Increased weight
limit will bo particularly advantageous
In the marketing of the products of
the farm, ns it will mako it possible
for producers nnd consumers to get
into direct contact, thereby facilitating
tho conservation and distribution of
food, which is ,a most important factor
In winning tho war.
As HCeili nrn HenrA cnu nf nnlf,ii.in
depth and sow thinly, making as few I
plnnts as possible to be thinned out,
it is a pleasure, as well as rrojmmy. lo
temptingly fresh fruits right out of your on n garden. How ran It be doner Kndlyj write
tn-d.iy fur our I'ltF.K t'alalogNo. I. II tells you how to raise the Joy IllacUherry, M, Iteglt
ItaspbiTry, Van Vlect Hybrid Straw berries, Kerj body's Currant. Ideil and Caro Oripes
and all tho choice new and good old Small I'rults.
J. T. LOVETT, Inc., Box 222, Little Silver, N. J.
When the ancients prul-seil any ijood
man they called him a good husband
man nnd a good ploughman, thinking
that tho highest compliment Imagin
THE USE OF WATER AS( PROTEC
TION AGAINST FROST.
At the annual meeting of the Mich
igan S'ato Horticultural Society, held
at Grand Itapids, C. 1". Schneider, sec
tion dliector of the Michigan weather
bureau, recommended the use of water
us protection against frost. Ho said:
"Tho use of water liberally sprayed
or sprinkled over vegetation is n
method of preventing frost that has
been known for many years. I re
member my father's habit of protect
ing a few peach trees by placing a
tub of water under tho tree nnd then
placing largo loosely twisted pieces
of rope from the tub to tho upper
branches of tho tree.
"In a general way I would suggest
tank wagons for orchards with gaso
lene force pumps nnd spray nozzles
to that tho trees with buds or fruit
can bo thoroughly drenched, after
sunset or before midnight. A similar
' nnd smaller nffalr might be drawn
through vineyards, strawberry patches.
potato fields and gardens and even
"Tho use of water may bo suggested
as n cure for frost. A liberal appll
I cation of cold water to frosted plants
' lief ore dawn may possibly draw out
j tho frost in n manner similar to rub
' bing the linuds, noo ur ears when
frosted with snow before exposing
them to the waimth of a living room,
j On fro'.y nights not only should water
I bo applied as a preventive but when
possible it .should again bo applied
early in the morning, beforo sunrise,
as a possihlo euro of frostbites.
I "In June, 1913, I was the guest of
j Joseph Horner at Newaygo Lakes.
! His house and garden nre water piped,
) and with plenty of hoso ho could reach
' all of his aero of garden and orchard.
On Saturday morning. Juno S, tho sky
cleared and tho wind veered to the
, north, and we both agreed that the
lo.-al renditions strongly indicated
frost that night. Wo waited until
j evening and then with the hoso
drenched everything In the gatwen. ln-
j eluding roni, beans, peas, potatoes,
young ionium pianis ana some very
young fruit trees. It was 11 o'clock
befoie everything was well drenched.
"Tho frost camo and was hard
enough to kill every potato patch for
Grandest new atter: biggest and best.
Immense (lowers. Inrhos across, grown on
2-fnot stems. Think of that. Very double,
lively new pink shade. Creates amare
ment eerywhere. 15c packet mailed for
liV or 3 puts, 23f, Catalogue free
Double Value This Month
This ijmi.sii.il offer enables on to prm lilo
for a lovely display nf "Monthly" llbrhl
Tea Hoses at almost no riM. The regular
prlee of these Itnse-s Is . for SI. but 1 now
make a special ntTer of double value for the
money 10 Hose, each ono a different m.
rlety, sent prepaid and all for only SI If vou
order NOW, and pin this ad to your order.
IftororSS.) If ouanpns:latecholr,i Itosm,
don't mlM thin liberal offer. Provide NOW
for a permanent and handsome display at
CLARENCE B. FARGO
Desk S. Frenchtown, N. J.
Fargo $1 Special
75 lotely Oladlolas, SI: 12 fine Dahlias,
i " Brand Peonies. SI; 15 Orchid-like
Hcur-do-lis, SI. Order early.
"grow your own lien-Ins." Ills-. lieiniri .n.i
miles around, but Mr. Horner had ab
solutely no frost damage in his gar
den. Another frost occurred the fol
lowing night but another thorough
drenching with water saved every
"An investment for drenching fruit
trees or crops Is ono that will Inst for
years, nnd If it raves a dlnglo crop
mHy pay. for Itself within a single
GARDENS OF WILD FLOWERS.
Wild tlower.t should b planted ns
soon as tho frost Is out of tht' ground.
Tho demand for wild flowers Is con
stantly increasing, and one florist, Kd
ward CHIlett of Southwlclt, Ma&B.,
grows nothing else; his largo nursery
Is devoted to wild flowers. Ho can
supply almost any natlvo American
Canker worms begin to ascend trees
as soon as frost Is out of the ground,
attacking orclurd and rhndo trees,
particularly apple, elm, pear, chestnut,
lilokory, oak, maple, bo'eldcr, cherry
and plum. Tho canker worms are the
most common of tho measuring worms
that loop up in tho middle.
Spray with nrsenato of lead, three
pounds to a barrel of water, applied
as soon ns the follago is fairly ex
panded and before tho trees bloom,
with u second bpraylng ns soon ns tho
flowers drop. Tho flrst spraying, If
well done, will usually, be sufllclent.
Ihiclrcllng tho trees with bauds of
sticky paper which the females cannot
miss will prevent them from ascend
ing the trees and depositing their eggs.
Get the bands on the trees this month.
l'laio a band of cotton around the
treo nnd cover this with a strip of
l uildlng paper six inches wide, over
which tho sticky band should bo placed.
A .sticky preparation sold by seeds
men, called tanglefoot, may bo applied
directly to tho tree. It Is quickly ap
plied nnd thoroughly effective.
Tho amateur flower garden ought tc
lie put on a business basis, like the
kitchen garden. The plants ought to
pay lent for tho ground they occupy.
The potatoes only require aliotit
three months to make a crop and then
they go, leaving tho land to the ecl-
and leanet on Seed Sowing.
It contains the following seeds, mailed to your address for 91.00.
lUan Rtrindra Gram Pod Caml-Chantmir Panlcy Moaa CorM
Baan Ford hook BuibLltna Chard Larca Ribbed Wbitk RadUh Brarlet Turnls
Baan Rrlttla Was
Burpee's Annual for 1918
Tht tndina Arrrriran Srtd Catalog ha bttn entarint ana impmid and it of Oil erttfitt
lutptfotlwhointtnd planting a eardtn. It contain rtwand rtliaUt it-formation about
On "Bast Waif a thai grow." 2 1 a paos, 103 coloraj lllualrallans of VtntaUiand
flavm, is maUedm upon rtquut. Wntior your copy today.
W. ATLEE BURPEE dc CO, Seed Growers, Philadelphia
That Bloom Early
should be planted soon after the frost leaves the ground. What
is more refreshing to see than the early blooming wild flowers
peeping up, from their secluded haunts, in tho stillness of a
spring morning? They revivify tho memories of days gono by
when, ax a child, you lingered on your way to school to hunt
them out. Why not havo them growing close by now?
Here is my special offer for a shady location!
Wood root 'Sansuinaria l"an,nlrnMs
llepatlcas illciiatlr.t .icutilob.ii
Trillium (Trillium graiulllloruin 1
spring neatlty (CUt.ni:i Virginicn
Dog-tooth lolet iKrythrnnitim Americutiuin
Virginia Cowslip Mrrtrnsla iivinlca i
Dutchman's llrcetiics (Dlcitttra t'ucullarlai
Six of the emits) llt. SM.WI: Dozen. S7 (k)
Pirty, S17..W; One hundred, j;),", (hi
These siccially priced flowers are all illustrated and de
scribed in my new catalog of 80 pages, together with inan
other vild flotctrs, hardy garden pnnM, mcfc plants, Ikhj plant',
noil! " hardy ferns, nathc hard; orchids, native shrubs antl t -ijrtcnt.
Send for catalog note.' It's free.
20 Main Street Southwick, Ma,
PERFECTION GARDEN SEEDER
Will wed all kinds of mall garden seeds.
It Is especially adapted for huthoui.es and
hotbed. It will seed radishe. lettuce, cab
bage, and tonialoitt for plants. One man
with a Perfection Drill and Seeder can do as
much seeding as fltoor six men would do In
the same tlmo by hand It avoids too thick
seeding with Hie annojlng. tlme-waMIng
thinning ttiat so often occurs In hand seed-
Ing. Hoon iiys for Itself In sets! sal. The
little wheel operates a disc In the hopper, 1
dropping me seen eseniy. iiiiiereut size
discs are used for different size seeds. I
The little wheel runs on a board and Ihe I
thickness of the board gauges the depth '
of the seedlnn. Ktpert horticulturists
say the Perfection tiarden Needer
marks the only Improsement made In
the nasi twenty sears in a uanu iiceuei'
and drill. It Is within Ihe reach of eery
one. Trice g'J.nn, prepaid, weight I 'i
lbs. Send for circular to tho f)sMl
loo.ooo ni:itnr.iti:s Tiir.Mniinot s
for fancy hedging 11.00 to s 00 fnr 10"
l.ist free from fo.V.NT.l.t. Till: ri.OIU.ST
Merrll.intvUIn, N. J
Krerjliody likes lettuce wnd Tuinnto SaJad.
Try Simon's Cabbage Head lttnce,
Best of all for Spring and Kail pkt. $ cta.i
ounce, loc : 'i lb.. 7.1c , lb, ?.S0.
Simon's Hot Weal her Induce
,stanls Hie bent- "ocst for Summer pkt., S
cts . or. ! .' 'li . !- . .11 Jl r,1
Slninn'N I'ohimbla 'roiiiiito,
l.'irge. snlld atul ii ino.-.t seed e
The kind tli.it IUI.s tun urns for Winlsr
pkt . ' cts.; es , 3-.i- . lb . l 10. Ih . SI 01
ll'rilr lor ll'aolctalc .Wnrlrl tiarttrtrt
Calalovuc for 1911,
I. N. Simon & Son.
438 Market Street, Philadelphia, Pa. ,
cry or other autumnal crop. p0 nlni
with peas, sweet corn and benns, ihori
Our old eplrcas and snowballs oc
cupy garden hpaco alt tho year mtitid
and Rlvo a month's bloom nnd eleven
months of commonplace follago and
winter nakedness, llcpluio them 1
evergreen, flowering and fruliln'c
shruHs cydonla, Herberts viburnum,
honeysucklo in bush form, nil rvei
green, nil hardy, nil bc-iutlfu!
Irultflll. What is the Use nt lieepit.,.
that old snowball bush that U nn.Ri'0
straggling nnd often verminous t ,
old nge? Her hybrid children
worth while and pay their rent alt tn
year In flower, evergreen foll.ign an,,
fruit. Give them a chanco to ihi,(.
It. Sustx 1'. Oi:m, London
frc other J'arm ami Garden nrtr.i'en
pnpc 10 niirf It.
Nitraco- An Ideal Fcrtil-1
, izer for Shrubs and Flowers i
N1TH ('() 111. lire, ettr.i One re
Milt If worked around the ro.t of
blirubi anil flower onre a month '
It Is guaranteed n, Klc Mts.
fiuMiou or money hark.
e also carry s rotnpietn line of
Fertiliser n ml Tn&ei:tlrir1e fur
l narcien ami i nu. Wrlto
loo Hi. liae sr.. oi
.VI lb. Iiait I. ,vi
L'.' II). bJK '.'..Ml
Kpnsace prepaid vlthin
miles of New York.
H mi run sum "nt tiu tnj m
I 101 Purl Stint 5S
Ni tJt'i Cit
BURPEE'S DOLLAR BOX
of Vegetable Seeds
year w offered for tho first time
Burpee's Dollar Box of Vegetable
Seeds. The Sales exceeded by many
thousands our fondest expectations.
For 1918 it has been improved by the
addition of a complete garden Y'n
Tfato Chalk's Jw
Turnip rurpU Top Stp-Itaf
Per 1m I
J.". f " I
I M I
XI1M sIl)i; Mil,
CHOICEST DAHLIAS FOR 1918
Illustrated ItitloZ'-r. f'ee V
SO.MIlltlllll MA IIMII.IA l,ltlN
Chestnut Hill. I hiUdriph,.!, I
Masters Plant Setter
Pays for Itstlf Every
Tramplants Tobacco, To
niatoes, Sweet rotators,
' ggplant ami all I j.uijnr p, ,
No Slooping-Ko Lame Back
r.:ich pl.ifif 1 M.vt'-ol niut
01MMIrtTt(ltllt 111!) trt-(tt
hPttillkC, iMrltiT )t
tictfl filnnliT vvr UxwMni '
anirtd tn pt thn-o innrx a f
ifAK.tr and ttorttT f It a n liinl
Monty back if not twitUHH v
for KmJ look let (
IMAHTKKsS ri.-MI II i t
lpl. I. Cliltnv
. O.. IVrri l.n'.i
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