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THE SEMI-MONTHLY MAGAZINE SECTION Tested Seeds TO GET the best results it is necessary to et the best seeds. Every packet of Henderson's Seeds that is sold has behind it the experience of GG years of successful seed growing and selling. The methods of seed testing and trials that were the best three generations ago have been improved and bettered by us from year to year, and are, today, still the best. The initial cost of the seeds is really the smallest part of your garden expense, and it pays to be sure you have started right. Henderson's are Tested Seeds. "Everything for the Garden" is the title of our annual catalogue. It is a book of 212 pages, handsomely bound, with a beautifully embossed cover, 8 colored plates and 800 illustrations, most of them halftones, direct from photographs, showing actual results without exaggeration. It is a library of everything worth while, either in farm, or garden, or home. "Garden Guide and Record" is a book of 08 pages of concise but complete cultural directions, garden plans and general garden information. It contains in addition a new departure in nine pages of information as to canning, preserving and drying of vegetables, fruits, etc. , selected for us by the world famous Sirs. Korcr. We consider it one of the most valuable of our many publications. To get the above information and reiultt, tend for our catalogue at below A Remarkable Offer of Henderson's Specialties To demonstrate the superiority of Henderson's Tested Seeds, we have made up six of the best we hare, into a Henderson Collection, consisting of one packet each of the following great specialties: Ponderosa Tomato Henderson' Invincible Asters Bis; Boston Lettuce Mammoth Butterfly Papsies Scarlet Globe Radish Giant Spencer Sweet Peas To obtain for our annual catalogue, "Everything for the Garden," described above, the largest possible distribution, we make the following unusual otlcr: 1 o everyone who will send us 10c. , and mention this paper we will mail the catalogue and our "Gar den Guide and Record" and also send our "Henderson Specialty Collection" as above. Every Empty Envelope Counts as Cash This Collection is enclosed in a coupon envelope, which, when emptied and returned, will be accepted as 25c. cash payment on any order of one dollar or over. PETER HENDERSON & CO., 35 and 37 CorllanJt St., New York City NO alss. Buy and plant fine, healthy, inspected stock. Half usual prices now. We help you select the best for your soil and climate. Orchard profits are big. Requires but little time. Even n small patch of ground can be made highly profitable. Send for our catalogue and seo what choice varieties of Apples, Peaches and other fruit trees wu sell you at money savins prices. Our catalogue is our only salesman. VVOODLAWN NURSERIES. Allen I-Wood 043 Culver Road, Rochester. N. Y. MM M M M Mi Magazine Investing for Profit I R E E For Six Months Send me your name and addreit tight NOW and 1 will tend you INVMTINO FOR FROF1T magazine absei.ttlyriitox aia monthi It tellt how to get the utmott earning from your moneyhow to tell good imettmeuti how to pick the most profitable of found Investment. 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All Dealers Nation Wide sell ELCAYA The Deaf Hear! .Jf Found at lastl Perfect hearing for the deaf, 'and those hard of hearing, Write lor our bis Id- V Instrument, the Improved 1913 Special Model NEW 4-TONE railite 1,u" vrlJ KOUK times as power ful, FO Ulttbnes as convenient, FOUK times as per fect as any other hearing device in the world. Four different sound adjustments. Instantly changed by a touehof the finger. You bear any sound, anywhere. Try It FREE S3iSS.2 peiuui. Teat tt on your own ears for ten days. I'y us nothing It you do not irea inai want it. Write for our t I offer, Keep tt on eaay monthly payments If Vt-iti wish at thfl lobbAr'a. low at nat prico on our remarkable Introductory Offer. Savo one-half. Send fcutheipatMearaltouklt--FIlEK. Kent Ear fW Cs, Soitt 2451 45 W. 34th SL. New Yark DENTS D'or at Chiropractic Mike $3,000 tt $5,000 a Year uitful profession In rou bocne and la cum. Tna our epr Uim tirniFitt CVUrtf ! SHliMUSu MM- iff Pjr fur lUelf. It. WelWr. m sraduata. rww ear 11,000 first tnraa montM, writ way tor racial Unu in focea ww, fraa Uhutratod t atocue and vrottt af wonderful aoeUl. pi-ufMalunal t and iWrfKT euceeea of our traduatae. )Nstionl mohool of Chtroprmotlo I Dept. 312. W. MadUnt. Chicago 1 ..rJ&) A Swtll Atlstr TpotKacKe umt orops uiBAcne, Cleanses the cnv. tity, prevents (decay. Used by Millions for past f 25 years. All drug stores, or by null IS cents. C. H. DENT & CO. ROSES FOR THE AMATUER Continued from Page 4) Tlioy arc all strong, vigorous growers and among the hardiest of the garden roses, requiring little or no protection except in most northern climates ; n cov ering of three or four inches of long stable manure over the beds on the ap proach of cold weather being nil that is required. This may be spaded undor in the Bpriug when the plants also should bo pruned, cutting out all old scrubby growth as well as weak, thin branches. The heavy canes, if un abundance of llowers is desired, may be left two or three feet long; but, if fewer llowers of a much better quality are preferred, they also should be cut down to within eight or ten inches of the ground. Baroness Rothschild: A superb rose; very large, pale, ' satiny-rose color, with beautiful foliage, which comes close up to the tlower, forming an effective back ground of green. Fnnt Karl Druschki: Unquestionably the finest white rose in cultivation, pure in color, perfect iu form and remarkably free-iloweriug. Mrs. R. O. Sharmun Crawford: The freest flowering variety of this typo and a splendid roso in every respect, of a deep rosy-pink. Paul Neyron: The largest flower of all; frequently six inches ill diameter, of a deep roso color. Ulrich llrunner: One of the finest roses grown. It always succeeds; llowers very largo of a rich, luminous, cherry red color. Prince Camille de Rohan: Tho ideal dark variety; a deep, velvety, crimson maroon, with scarlet shadings. Climbing or Rambler Rotet T'HERE is a plnco in every garden for one or more climbing roses and thoir management is bo simple that they should bo used extensively. All of the varieties noted are extremely hardy and, with tho slightest attention, will give an abundance of bloom, from early in .Juno until tho middlo of July. They require no pruning beyond cutting out old and dead wood and shortening tho laterals and canes to make them conform to tho space to bo covered. American, Pillar: A singlo-flowcring variety, with blooms three to four inches in diameter, and of entrancing beauty; a beautiful shado of cnrniino-pink, with a large, clear, white eye, and clusters of golden-yellow stamens. Theso aro borne iu immense clusters nnd tho individual flowers last in perfection a long time. Excclsa: This is a vastly improved Crimson Rambler. Not only richer in color, but a healthy grower; its foliago always remains healthy, of a dark glossy green color. Dorothy Perkins: Double, soft, shell pink, very free, nnd lusts in good con dition for a long time. lliatvatha: Another singlo roso with a brilliancy of color which must bo seen to be appreciated. A brilliant ruby-car-mino with whito center, with a bunch of golden stamens, frequently with forty to fifty flowers on a spray. Gardenia: Tho buds of a bright yel low, expanding into cream-colored doublo flowers on which tho petals incurve, not unlike those of tho Gardenia or Capo Jasmine, which suggested its name. Tausendschon: One of tho most do sirablo of climbing roses; a strong, vig orous grower, with fine foliage, producing masses of semi-double, Azalea-liko flow ers, fully three inches across and of a most delicnto and pleasing shade of soft pink when first opening, changing to car mine 011 the reverse of tho petnls as tho llowers mature. The proper time to plant roses, if the plants aro perfectly dormant field-growu stock, is iu spring, ns soon as tho ground is in fit condition to work; but iu recent years, the moro extensive growers havo adopted u system of potting up tho field growu plants during tho fall and winter mouths, and carrying them through the winter in cold greenhouses and cold frames. Stock of this class should not bo planted until danger of severo frost is over. Select au open sunny position for your rose bed, where it will have an Continued on Page 16) W Give a Full Crop I of Flowers This Year Never disappoint, because they are stronir two-vcar-old field-crown Dlants. not the small, weak, year-old hot house grown stock usually advertised. Over 250 of best varieties to select from, In cluding those named in the rose article ap pcanngon paces3. 4 and 14 of this publication. We will supply any of these24 varieties at EOcts.eacli: 3 for Jl. 25; 1 dozen for $5.00, or one each of the 24 sorts named for $8.50. Order now and we will send them at tbe proper season. Dreer's Garden Book Diamond Jubilee Edition Tells all about Roses, how to plant and care for them: also other plants and vege tables. 28S pages fully illustrated, colored and duotone plates. Mailed free if ytu mention this magazine. HENRYA-DHEERKS 1g lie WMil aa II INGLE SaseC J-OturOuas Oata. Founded I &50k-rf si MA Is. .t.sVSi .tissaa 11 SBBK W . Sturdy as Oaks. Founded IS50 Our Rote Plant t are etrongett and bett. They are alufaye grown on their own roof. More than 00 years of "knowing how" behind pnrh nlnnt. thnf fnot is Your cruarantppnf antuf'ir.ilnn Under our snprtnl Imv nrlpn nrdct ' l pian, we win prepay all express charges and guarantee safe delivery our pulde explains. No matter where you live you can depend on cettlne D i C roses In perfect condition. Write for Our "New Guide lo Rose Cultnre" lor 1913 Free Tbls Is absolutely ths most educations! work on rose culture ever published. It Isn't a catalog-It .uv uvucu-uumi, uicuuib experience 01 lua saw oldestrose growing a nouse in ina unitea. States. The guide Is free, ltlsprofusely Illustrated In natu ral colors and the. cover Dlcttlrea thai newunariesuingee I itoie, mo Deal, Fhardleat free. ' blooming rose In the world. This ffuldewlllbetreai. ured long by rose lovers-write beforelssueisBllenni. ivtr No other rose house has our repuiauon. iffatlf rt iko. 70 Gnenhoute: , THE DINGEE & C0NARD CO. Box 115, West Crave, Pa. We sell best quality fruit trees, shrubs and plants at one-half the nursery agent'? price and pay the freight. All stock is northern grown, hardy and healthy. All orders guaranteed. lO Fruit Trees for 97c. First-class stock, 4 ft. high, worth S2.00: One each of Baldwin, Transparent Apple: Bartlett. Kieffer Pear; E. Richmond, Windsor Cherry: Lombard. Burbanlc Plum: Elberta, Crawford's E. Peach-all for97 cents. Or a Rose Garden for 97c. Rose bushes add dollars of value to your yard. Their blossoms please everyone. Hardy, field grown roses are our specialty We will send six of the finest selections, to bloom this year, for 97cents.prepaid. Offer not good after May 1. 1913. Get our catalog of flowering and decorative plants, shrubs and fruit trees all bargains. GET THIS FREE BOOK NOW Tclli Just what you want to know about selectlnr, plant . Inr and growing aU nursery stock. Contains a big list of unequalled bargains. Doa't buy until ff'jfS. you've read this book. Send postal today. 'vT7rt RICH LAND NURSERIES ?t-Vr$ Box -98 Rochester, N.Y. -A. 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