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Climbing American Beauty All the glory nJi TragntKe of the old American Beauty Hardy at an oak A prolfSi Uoomer Strong nroth Thrives everywhere One tlx ear old plant produced ooo blooms and buds at onetime. (..rossplenlidly In pillar and bush form. A magnificent acquisition, Christine Wright A ery strongclirablne or pillar rose, mcteedlne equally well In bushforn. A perfect mas of roses In Junelthm lasional blooms through the season flowers bright tlear, beautirul, wild-rote pink, 3W to 4 tn hes (n diameter A splendid companion to the ChmMnn AmerhAn Ueauti Hoth these rose have lare datk green, glossy leaves, retaining their foHae throughout the entire season One ear plants, 11 00 eatn.sit 3 per doen, postpaid Orders booked as re tehed and shipped at the proper season in the order of entry Order at om.e For further dr scription and colored Illustration, tend fur circular or catalogue 600 Acrot in Nurseries Truit and ornamental trees, shrus tines and roses of the holiest va rietles. Landscape work In all its branches Write us in relation to nr wants HOOPES BRO. A THOMAS COMPANY Dept. M, Welt Cheater, Pa. Philadelphia Offices: 209 StepbeoGirard BJU THE SEMI-MONTHLY MAGAZINE SECTION 11 Are hatched In Buckeye Incubators t Arcnts every where WILL SHOW YOU CHICKS HATCHING. Huckejre Incubators will hatch bigger chlcka. stronger chicks and more chicks than any hen or Incubator. See a lluckeye at work right In your own town. 8end us your name and we will tell you where you can see the big chicks hatching. lluckeye Incubators are mado In S sizes 0 eggs to 350 eggs. Sold as Low as $8.00 and GUARANTEED to hatch every hatchable egg. Let us send you testimonials from lluckeye users over ttt.OOQ In successful operation, Btnd your name to-day, IKE BUCKEYE IHCUBATOR CO., S77 Euclid linut, Scrtnollsld, (No WANTED! The Johnsons want your name and address to send sou their 1913 Old Trust v Book I'ree. JOHNSON tus started 400,000 others to big poul cry success. He will start l ou too. Write your pos tai now get jotinsou i price and big fine book. Johnson, Incubator Han Hay renter- neb. Pft I CO to 00 1 Taaa' I tlO CO to 00 I Da;s Trial illy regulated I Incubator ol Certainty mniatiim or,. vnntllntinn antnmntlrailv remilatpd and adanttd to each other. The one truly scientific hatcher, because It establishes true naicning conuiuuna automatically. The hntchtt Ml. Oet book on modern hatching, free. Also on up-to-dato Poultry Supplies. CEO, D. LEE CO, 1217 Harney Street. Omahi, Ncbrask yf Toi 20S22E POULTRY FREE ( Doultrv on th.ordlnarr firm. How so tnak. a flnt-cliM I broodsr out of an old piano I DOZ. Willi DrMOl 1ST Mil. I Plans for poultry bouiei. bow . IlofMd, br..d, ate. Dicrlbel "PRAIRIE STATE Incubators and Broodtrs I l will bs snrprlisd at tht ralaablt information It eon-1 Ulns. It'sfna. WrIU a poiUl for a MM toaaj. I'u I Pralrla Stati Ineobitor eo.,36 Main St.. Hcmtr Citr. fa. J SHOEMAKER'S on POULTRY and Alaaaaa far IBIS has 224 rfM wllh many colored iUUi of fowls true to life It Ull all about chickens, their prices, thsir rare, (Uasaa sand rmsii All about lMtbatort, their trices and thsir operation All about poultry ouiu and how to build them It's an encyrlo pediaof chickendom. Toundit. Oaly l&e, C. C, fiUOEatAUB, Bsa lofis rrsipert, UL nodrtw.rMU EssV IsV sCsTWlauwsuln Jr.. InrnhsitiW sWTW MBS W SSSBBBSSSSV Post Huluiar for oolr U 46. aid of FdfcliforoU lUdwood. bot wiUr. eoo- I WUeon r Utu. lf-rnUsUrijT. doflbUi lU. (Ut up eompUt. rdr to oax. I avrMUad. ftrwdr 11.70. Order djmf Jn Incubator Co Box 326 J itMod feres UU yfoeanot vaJ Fowls aatl Kmmm sTM MORE MONEY IN POULTRY Our large HIS catalogue tells how In words and pictures. It li FREE. Stock and eggs of all leading varieties land and water fowla. Incubators and supplies at lowest prices. Booklet, "l'roper Care of Chicks" 10 eenta. Roril f oultrr Farm, Dipl.4M , Dsi Melin, la. Howl Bred$50 to $1,600 in 2 Years I want to tell you how one man took 50 worth of my siuab pigeons and in two yean multiplied them to alxtet-rt hundred dollars In value He was a novice and started In a tox stall A tru and convincing story, told by the man himself More experiences of the same kind, illustrated. Ask me for the book It it free. 260 Howard Strut, Melrose, Maaaachuaetta. Grelder's Fine Catalogue and calendar of pure-bred poultry for 19U,larfe. nuoypsKSof iMQlUTfwyi.diaereutbreedilnnstBrsl eolera. 10 Tarletiei lltuatrated and desrlbed. Inea baton and brooders, low price of stock and eejs for bstchlnc. A perfect (olda to all poultry raisers. Bead 100 for this nated book. B. S. GfiXIDSf Box 112 Bbaems, fa. A GARDEN TO LIVE IN .Continued from Page 3 ) Mties. A naked pergola is an esthetic crime. A ergola of cedar poles with climbing roses at each post is handsome; but for more formal gardens a painted cypress pergola is more appropriate. Heady made pergolas are now on the market, and are ingeniously convenient. A tiny pool in n well ordered garden is pleasing. A small cement basin may be constructed for not oer a hundred dollars, and if there is pressure, a little jet of water may be arranged so that it will shoot up from the center and toss a hollow ball. Likewise, a well in the garden is some thing to be treasured; for an attractive well head in which hangs an old oaken bucket gives a home-like feeling to the grounds surpassing that of almost any other accessory. There are many designs. Field stones may be used successfully. The sun dial is to many the crowning feature of a garden. Hut it should be chosen with care. An elaborate sun dial in a very simple garden is a solecism. Sometimes, a cedar post with the bark on makes a suitable pedestal, and the dial may be made of wood or slate. "The Hook of Sundials" by Mrs. Hetty will tell you how to construct yours. Pedes tals of terra cotta or composition stone may be bought for twenty dollars or more. Metal dials cost from ten dollars to as much as one cares to pay. Field stone pedestals, or even a large boulder of suitable shape such as many a pasture will offer, may lie used. With posts, care must be taken to have them deeji enough so that the frost will not throw them out of plumb. There are other furnishings such as bird houses, gazing globes and vases; but a home like garden is not made so by the multiplicity of its furnishings. An over-furnished garden may look as dowdy as a decorated room or an over-dressed woman. The main thing is to have privacy, which may bo gained by tall hedges or garden walls, if the location makes these things neces sary, with comfortable seats where one may sit to gloat over his garden treas ures, a table for an open book, and such other things us will help to make the garden a place In which to live and to rest as well as to work. A NEW THOUGHT IN ROSES TP any one has a space whero ho or she ean plant it fine rose and only one, the Climbing American Heauty is one of the best selections to be made, because it has not only the advantage of producing wonderful blossoms, but it possesses the fragrance of the American Heauty as well as its form and character and has a beautiful and lasting folingo superior to the averago climbing rose or rambler. This can not bo said of tho older varie ties of climbing roses. The Climbing American Heauty has been produced by n method of cross fer tilization which has retained tho charm ing qualities of the American Heauty Hose; and yet, by way of contrast, it is hardy and will stand heat and drought almost as well as any rose. The photograph on Pago Four illus trates the wonderful growth and fino appearanco of this fragrant climber. Some plants, after two years, have had ns many as 300 to 400 blossoms on them, and after the flowers are gone you have still a beautiful plant with glorious fol iage. Road what one garden-maker, writing in May of this year, says about this rose. ' ' About fifteen months ago I purchased a Climbing American Heauty roso bush. Last season, it completely covered tho trellis four feet wide and twelve feet high. After an unusually severe winter for Memphis, Tenn., we found that not a single root of the reeds was damaged by the cold. Wo did not cover it or make any attempt to protect it. This year it is one glorious mnss of color. Ono morn ing I attempted to count the roses and quit at 250. I should judge that there were at least 350 roses in bloom at one time, with more than that many buds ready to bloom in a few days. ' ' Germi in tHa dull What are you doing for your throat? aX FREE trial tube sent for 2-ccnt stamp to pay postage. tHssssssssssA ;V -iTET ... . . ssssssssssssssssssssssssO WHAT are you doing to protect yourself against sore tin oat attacks, which often result in tonsillitis or worse ? If you would safeguard your throat against highly dangerous germs you must first assure yourself that these infectious invaders do not multiply or breed beyond control. You cannot secure this assurance merely by gargling or rinsing the mouth and throat because such methods only icach the exposed suifaccs of the mem branes. To destioy germ life, the icme dial agent must be able to reach .the hidden pockets in the throat where germs hide. 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