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We have anticipated the needs of beekeepers for prompt delivery of supplies during the month of July, and have an unusually large stock from which to draw.
The honey-flow is promising larger than most beekeepers were prepared for, but we have sections and foundation on hand ready for instant shipment, so not a single pound of honey need be lost because of insufficient room in which to store it. Sections of all the standard sizes are here in the original packages, and we can put your name on a package of any size just as soon as your order reaches us.
You will find it will pay you, too, to use foundation liberally this season. Starters are good but full sheets are better, and you can very materially increase your honey crop by giving the bees this little assistance.
We buy honey too, and you will find us ready to give you a good price for your crop, and we can assure you of fair treatment.
Whatever your needs in the beekeeping line, we can supply them promptly, and we are glad to answer questions at any time.
C. H. W. WEBER & COMPANY
2146 Central Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio
Department Editors:-Dr. C. C. Miller, J. E. Crane, Louis H. Scholl, G. M. Doolittle, Wesley Foster, J. L. Byer, P. C. Chadwick.
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Think what a saving of time it is to transact your banking business with an institution which receives deposits by mail.
All you need to do is to enclose your check, draft, or money order in an envelope addressed to the bank, and credit will be given to your account for the amount enclosed.
Interest is allowed on savings accounts at the rate of 4 per cent, per
an improved superior strain of Italians is what QUIRIN RAISES. All yards winter on summer stands with practically no loss. Our stock is hardy, and will ward off brood diseases.
In the spring of 1899 we sent fifty nuclei to J. D. Nixon, Lafarge, Wis., and on July 20th (same year) he wrote us, saying they did just splendid, as at that writing they had already filled their supers, and that he would have to extract them. We have files of testimonials similar to the above.
DEPOSIT BANK COMPANY Medina, Ohio
ASSETS OVER ONE MILLION DOLLARS
A. T. SPITZER, Pres.
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E. B. SPITZER, Cashier
The Bank that Pays 4 per cent
The healthier the tree, the better the fruit. The longer trees are sprayed with
GROWING SCALECIDE" the more
beautiful, healthful and fruitful they become. "SCALECIDE" is the acknowledged leader of all soluble oils-the only one containing distinct fungicidal properties. "SCALECIDE" will positively kill all soft-bodied sucking insects without injury to the tree. Let us prove these statements. Send today for free booklet "SCALECIDE-the Tree Saver.' Address B. G. PRATT CO., Mfg, Chemists, 50 Church St., N. Y. City.
Queens on hand ready to mail.
ery and pure mating guaranteed. Over 20 yrs. a breeder. Testimonials and circular free.
QUIRIN-THE-QUEEN-BREEDER, Bellevue, 0.
MILLER'S STRAIN Red-clover ITALIAN QUEENS
By return mail or money refunded. Bred from my superior breeder: for business. gentle; no better hustler: bees just roll honey in; three-banded: Northern bred; hardy and vigorous; winter well; not inclined to swarm; bred from best leathercolored, long-tongued, red-clover strains. Untested. 75c; six, $1.00: dozen. $7.50. Select untested. $1.00: six, 85.00: dozen, $9.00. Satisfaction guaranteed. 1. F. MILLER, previously
of Brookville and Reynoldsville, Pa.. a queen specialist for 15 years, is agent and breeder for E. A. Miller. Send all orders to I. F. MILLER, Rt. 2, Oil City, Pa.
Gleanings in Bee Culture
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APIARIAN SUPPLIES AND BEES. ITALIAN AND CARNIOLAN QUEENS!
This is our 21st year in the business. Let us quote you special prices on goods needed. Catalog free. Discount sheet to dealers. Colony of bees with tested Italian queen in complete hive, $10.00. I. J. STRINGHAM, 105 PARK PLACE, NEW YORK Apiaries, Glen Cove, L. I.
Nuolel, Bees by Pound. Ten-page descriptive list free. Untested, 75c. Natural R. C. Golden from imported stook, select untested, 90c; tested. $1.25. Leaflets, "How to Introduce Queens," 15c; "Increase," 15c; or both for 250.
E.E. MOTT, Glenweed, Mich.
LEARN BEEKEEPING from the Beginning
"First Lessons In Beekeeping" and the
American Bee Journal, one year, Both for Only
"First Lessons in Beekeeping" is a 190-page book telling all that the beginner
"Doolittle's Scientific Queen-rearing," and the
American Bee Journal, one year, Both for Only
Doolittle's "Scientific Queen-rearing" book contains 126 pages, and is bound in leatherette with round corners. It tells in the clearest way possible just how the famous queen-breeder, Mr. G. M. Doolittle, rears the best of queen bees in perfect accord with Nature's way. As all know, Mr. Doolittle has spent some 40 years in rearing queens and producing honey. He has no superior as a queen-breeder. You can learn to rear fine queens by following his directions.
The beginner will want "First Lessons;" the older beekeeper should have "Scientific Queen-