Title: American homes and gardens
Year: 1905 (1900s)
Subjects: Architecture, Domestic Landscape gardening
Publisher: New York : Munn and Co
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Biodiversity Heritage Library
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SEND FOR CATALOG N « KEWANEE WATER SUPPLY CO. • po NEW YORK CITY KEWANEE.ILL. CHICACO Beautiful Lawns Lawns that are distinctive; that show early andlate and all of the time that they are different;lawns of wonderful texture; a rich green, velvetycarpet out of doors; such lawns are made with KflLflKfl FERTILIZED QRAS5 SEED Expert blendingof purest seeds of choice lawn grassesin combination with specially prepared natural fertil-izer insures best distribution and quick, strong germination. Kalaka in 5 lb. boxes at $1.00 express prepaid Eastor $1.25 West of Omaha. Special prices for quantitiesof 50 lbs. and over. Order today. Frt>e> Rnnblft How to Make a Lawn, rree DOUKIHI valuable to every lawn maker, sent free if you mention your dealer. THE KALAKA CO., 1110 W. 35th Street, Chicago
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Theres satisfaction in Planting Dahlias whenyou know they are true to name, and you aresure of being able to cut a bouquet every day—and such a variety of color and form—resultsthat are sure where you plant Bassetts SuperbDahlias. Send $1.00 for the Grand New DecorativeDahlia Governor Wilson and 10 other varieties,all correctly labeled. Express to be paid bypurchasers. Cultural Directions with everyorder. If you grow fruit send $1.00 for 12 RanereRed Raspberry and get two crops every year.The earliest raspberry in cultivation, and con-tinues to bear until frost. $6.00 per 100.Address J. MURRAY BASSETT Packard Street Hammonton, N. J. March, 1913 AMERICAN HOMES AND GARDENS Vll RESTORING OLD FURNITURE By ETHELBERT M. COLE CAREFUL and skillful work in therennishing of old furniture is of im-mense importance to the collectors com-plete enjoyment of the treasures whichrepresent the fruit of so much patienceand perseverance. Of course it occa-sionally happens that someone, unusuallyfavor
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