National Geographic : 1924 Jun
A Timely DAFFODIL Suggestion Make a Permanent Plant ing before importation is shut off. Owing to a ruling of the Federal Horticultural Board, effective after 1925, fine Daffodils will soon become scarce and ex pensive. Make sure now of having them in your garden for years to come. Elliott's suggest a selection of Daffodils ideally suited for naturalizing in locations where they need absolutely no care after planting. Bulbs of the right size-varieties chosen for hardiness-once planted, they need never be renewed, but will in crease in numbers and beauty year after year. SPECIA L- Daffodils for Naturalizing Poeticus ornatus. Pure white, star-shaped flowers, with shallow cup of yellow, edged bright red. Autocrat. Short, wide trumpet and large peri anth; rich yellow throughout. Evangeline. Broad white perianth and large shal low cup of palest lemon. Blood Orange. Wide creamy perianth; cup bril liant reddish orange; exquisitely frilled. Emperor. One of the largest and finest. Both spreading perianth and long, flaring trumpet are deep golden yellow. Empress. A fine companion to Giant Emperor; snowy white perianth; yellow trumpet. Collection (NA), io bulbs of each, 60 in all $4 Collection (NB), 25 bulbs of each, 150 in all $9 Collection (NC), 100oobulbs of each, 6oo in all $35 Complete directions for planting and care with every order. Above special offers good only until July I. Order now. You can pay when bulbs arrive in September or take 5 per cent discount for cash with order. Safe ar rival guaranteed. FREE-The Leading 1924 Bulb Book Makes bulb-growing easy. Elliott's Import Catalog for 1924 contains hundreds of practical suggestions for those who want to know the best and easiest ways to grow Hya cinths, Tulips, Daffodils, Lilies, and many other bulbs, indoors and out. The special import prices quoted in Elliott's Blulb Book apply only on orders placed aot later than Jul i. By that time the bull harvest will representative in the Dutch harvest fields must have final orders for selecting Elliott Quality B u 1 b s. Make sure of getting the best at the season's lowest prices. Send for catalog Now! ELLIOTT NURSERY CO. 581 MAGEE BLDG. PITTSBURGH, PA. THE demand for Heisey Q table glassware Sis becoming so universal, because of its beauty and quality, that it adorns the tables of such hotels as the magnificent new Bilt more at Los Angeles as well as most Ameri can homes where glassware is appreciated. At the better stores or write A. H. HEISEY & CO. Dept. N -2 On Every Piece Newark, Ohio OO a On Eery Piece FOR YOUR TABLE HARRISON MEMORIALS Symbolic of the noblest sentiments, the memo rial ofyourchoiceshould be the best that human hands can fashion. Our years of experience are a guaranty. Booklet "C" sent upon request. HARRISON GRANITE COMPANY, INC. Established 1845 200 Fifth Avenue New York, N. Y. Offices-Detroit Chicago Pittsburgh Minneapolis Works: Barre, Vermont CLARK'S 5th CRUISE AROUND THE WORLD From N. Y . Jan. 20, by specially chartered New Cunard and Anchor oil-burning S. S. "California," 17,000 tons, over a fascinating itinerary, including Havana, Panama Canal, Los Angeles, Hawaiian Islands. 18 days in Japan and China (Pekin optional), Manila, Java, Singapore, Burmah, option 18 days in India, Cairo, Jerusalem, Athens, Naples, Riviera, with stop-over privileges in Europe. 4 MONTHS, $1250 up Including Hotels, Drives, Guides, Fees, etc. CLARK'S 21st CRUISE, JAN. 31 THE MEDITERRANEAN By specially chartered, sumptuous new oil-burning S. S. "Laconia," 20,000 tons. 62 days' cruise. 18 days in Egypt and Palestine; Spain, Athens, Rome, Constantinople, Riviera, etc. $600up, including Hotels, Guides, Drives, Fees, etc. We expect to carry 600 to 700 passengers. Please ask for the program that interests you. Frank C. Clark, Times Bldg., N. Y. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."