National Geographic : 1920 Oct
Garden Full EO of Darwin Tulips In anticipation of again placing BUTT before our customers a collection of BT Darwin Tulips we have had a suffi cient quantity grown so that we can offer 50 Giant Darwin Tulip Bulbs, Finest Mixed, for $2.00 selectedfromffleen named varieties Few spring flowering plants rival the Darwin Tulip for brilliance of bloom. Borne on strong stems often exceeding three feet. They are a wonderful addition to the flower garden. Plant any time before the ground becomes frozen, and they will bloom from the middle of May to Decoration Day. Mail this advertisement with check, money order, cash. or stamps, and secure this exceptional collection, sent prepaid to any point in the U. S. east of the Mississippi. For points West and Canada, kindly add 25c. to cover cost of delivery. Our 1920 FallBulb Cataloguesent on request. 30 and 32 Barclay Street New York Sanitary Cooks' Table and Coal and Gas Range built forAdolph Lewisohn. New York. C. P. . I Gilbert. Architect. Deane Kitchen Equipment A present-day necessity. This sanitary cooks' table, built of heavy maple and Knoxville marble, provides a plate-warmer and over head saucepan rack. Deane Kitchen Equip ment includes every device needed for better kitchen service. Ask your architect to specify Deane Kitchen Equipmentand send for our portfolio,' The Heart of the Home." *..BRAMHALL. DAN CO.. / 261-265 West 3ShSt.,NewYorl.N.Y. 191 * IIi iacVe cokjes FADED with age are the laces in the ancient treasure chest. The bridal veil is a filmy ruin. Time has dulled the silken lustre of the wedding gown of long ago. A faint hint of fragrance lingers like the ghost of orange blossoms. Dead are these treasures of dead yesterdays. But hallowed by the sentiment that inspired it,the gift of jewelry remains in beauty untouched by theyears-mem. ory's radiant heirloom of the happiness of bygone days. sAuthorized by National jewelers Publicity Association DIAMONDS * PEARLS * GEMS JEWELRY * WATCHES CLOCKS* SILVERWARE "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you" TOWNSEND'S TRIPLEX The Greatest Cuts a Swath Grass-Cutter 86 Inches on Earth Wide Floats Over the Uneven Ground as a Ship Rides the Waves One mower may be climbing a knoll, the second skimming a level, and the third paring a hollow. Drawn by one horse and operated by one man, the TRIPIEX will mow more lawn in a day than the best motor mower ever made; cut it better and at a fraction of the cost. Drawn by one horse and operated by one man, it will mow more lawn in a day than any three ordinary horse-drawn mowers with three horses and three men. Does not smash the grass to earth and plaster it in the mud in springtime, neither does itcrush the life out of the grass between hot rollers and hard, hot ground in summer, as does the motor mower. The public is warned not to purchase mowers infringing the Townsend Patent. No. 1.209.519. December 19th. 1916. Writ for catalog illustratingall types of Lawn Mowers. S. P. TOWNSEND & CO. 254 Glenwood Avenue Bloomfield, N. J.