National Geographic : 1920 Apr
SQftly-One lJearsWithiout Coss to an investor "If you would be wealthy, think of saving as well as getting." FRANKLIN CAVING should be more than the Accumulation of money. It should include the use of money saved to add to the total; in other words, in vestment. Reckless investment is Speculation, but careful investment is - the best form of saving. (- !ii ^ Our 69' First Mortgage Notes should appeal to you because they are safe, offer a liberal return, and are at par every day in the year. Write for detailed information. SWARTZELL, RHEEM 'HENSEY CO. Sl SEVEN TWENTY NINE, FIFTEENTH STREET Full ladioli HARRISON fS$O MEMORIALS The Gladiolus is one of the most satisfactory Your deepest feelings-the tenderest flowers grown, and there memories-can be truly expressed in en is no reason why every during Barre granite by those who have family cannot enjoy this grand flower, for the simple reason made it a life study. that it is aseasyto grow as the potato. Blooms from July to frost if you plant a Write for Booklet 3 few bulbs eachmonth from April to July. For One Dollar and Ffty Cents HARRISON GRANITE CO. we will send 50 Bulbs of our Grand HARRISON GRANITE CO. Prize Mixture, which covers every con- 200 FIFTH AVENUE NEW YORK ceivable shade in the Gladiolus kingdom. Each year we sell thousands of these bulbs Ofices in Principal Cities and have received numerous testimonials as to their merits. Works: Bare, Vt. when you begin making your garden. Simple cultural directions with every package Mail this advertisement with check, money order, cash,or stamps,and securethis splendid collection, sent prepaid to any point in the U. S. east of the Mississippi. For points West and Canada, kindly add 25e to cover cost of delivery. Our 1920Spring Cataloguesent on request 30 and 32 Barclay Street New Yarl "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"