National Geographic : 1930 Sep
A Garden </1 'A S Few spring flowering plants rival the Darwin Tulip for brilliance of bloom. Borne on strong stems often exceed ing three feet. They are a wonderful addition to the flower garden. For Two Dollars we will send 50 Bulbs, Finest Mixed, selected from fifteen named varieties. Plant any time before the ground becomes frozen, and they will bloom from the middle of May to Decoration Day Mail your order with Check, Money Order, Cash, or Stamps. mentioning this advertisement, and secure this exceptional collec tion, sent prepaid to your home anywhere in the United States. Our 1930 Fall Bulb Catalogue sent on request 30-32 Barclay Street - - - New York Branch Stores in Newark,N.J.; WhitePlains, N. Y.; Stamford,Conn.;Hempstead, L L APPROACHING. .. The Ultimate in Radio The NEW ADMIRALTY SUPER-IO produced by NORDFEN-HAUCK Engi Beauty - Long Range Power - Selectivity - it is in fact "The Highest Class Receiver in t h e World." Six Screen Grid Tubes Tubes are used in the twelve - tube combination. Short Wave as well as Broadcast reception. The NEW ADMIRALTY SUPER 10 possesses in an excelling degree the most modern advanced features in Radio Receiver design Pre-selector tuning-grouped illuminated controls-double 'ush Pull audio amplification-tone shading-automatic Volume control-noise filter-tuning meter and electric clock-concert Dynamic loudspeaker, etc. A Bookletgives complete description of this radio's most unusual specifications and contains numerous illustrations of the Receiver and the luxurious custom built cabinets. Write, telegraph or cable today! NORDEN-HAUCK, Inc. Engineers Builders of the highest class Radio Apparatus in the World DELAWARE AVE. and SOUTH ST. PHILADELPHIA, PA. NEW EUROPE (1929). 34x39 inches. In 6 colors. Complete. Highly legible. With sepa rate index of 10,000 place names, including old and new local official name and English equiv alent; paper, $1.50; map linen, $2.00 . Map Alone, paper, $1.00; map linen, $1.50. The UNITED STATES. This map, pronounced by experts the most complete yet issued, gives all places of 5,000 inhabitants or more, rail roads, steamboat routes, national parks and con necting highways. Insets show sixteen large p cities. 3 6 x27 inches, five colors; paper, $1.00; map linen, $1.50. for home, office, school FULL LIST OF MAPS ON REQUEST Postpaid in U. S.; Abroad, 25 cents extra NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY Washington, D. C. : Universally accepted ::o uJpren m and :)u oritt Ip ^ U eladand used in courts, colleges, schools, U O1f business offices, and among government officials... WEBSTER'S NEW INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY ' ALibrary In One Volume. In its 2,700 pages there are 452,000 entries, Including 12,000 biographical entries, 32,000 geographical subjects, 100 valuable tables, over 6,000 illustrations. Get The Best. See it at any bookstore, or send for illustrated pamphlet containing sample pages... FREE, if you mention this magazine. G. B C. MERRIAM COMPANY Springfield, Mass. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you." THIS MAGAZINE IS FROM OUR PRESSES JUDD & DETWEILER, INC. ifnater Printers ECKINGTON PLACE AND FLORIDA AVENUE WASHINGTON. D. C.