Image from page 1175 of “The American florist : a weekly journal for the trade” (1885)

Identifier: americanfloristw35amer
Title: The American florist : a weekly journal for the trade
Year: 1885 (1880s)
Authors: American Florists Company
Subjects: Floriculture Florists
Publisher: Chicago : American Florist Company
Contributing Library: UMass Amherst Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Library Consortium Member Libraries

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2,500.His deputy may commence on $1,500and reach $1,700. A ranger has $1,200to $1,400 and his deputy $1,000 to $1,100.An assistant will get $800 to $goo and aforest guard from $600 to $720. The post of a forest supervisor isgained by the promotion of experiencedrangers or assistants. The forest su-pervisors must have a familiarity withreserve problems and show efficiencyin the conduct of a reserve business.They inspect the territory and report onexisting conditions and recommendchanges for the better in both technicaland business management. They dealwith the public in business connectedwith the sale of lumber, control of graz-ing, issuing of permits, etc. The assistants of supervisors musthave had technical training of a highorder. They must be competent to han-dle working and planting plans, the in-vestigation of the sylvics, and uses ofcommercial trees, the study of woodpreservation, and all the duties of atrained forester. Forest assistants arerequired to keep horses of their own.

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FIELD OF PHLOX AT MARTIN KOHANKIES NURSERY, PAINSVILLE, O. 1907- Th E American Florist. 1165 PEONIES. From our lar^e and select stock, such as thefollowing varieties; Prince Charles, Philomile. Mons. Boquil. Lord Salisbury. Leonie. Festiva. DuchessofSutherland, Hypatia.Rosea maxima, Mons, Rousselon. Mme. Furtado, Mme. Moreau. and many other good varieties all true to name. Strong 1 year old $1.50 per doz.: $10.00 per 100 ■• 2 ■■ ■• 200 ■■ ISOOperlOO IrisGennanlca, Mme. Chereau. Gracchus. Flor-entine. Socrates. Duchess de Nemours, Dr.Bernice and 20 other good sorts, J2,50 per 100:$22.50 per 1000.HemerocalUs (Dav Lilies), in 10 varieties, toclear. $3.75 per 100. $30.00 per 1000. The Undermentioned are Strongly Recom-mended for Cut Work.Delphinium Belladonna, distinct, continuous bloomer, lovely sky-blue. 1 year old plants, $6 25 per 100; $57.50 per 1000, 3 year old clumps. $8,75 per 100; $75.00 per 1000.Chrysanthemum maximum King Edward, the finest and largest hardy Whit

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