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American Bee Journal
"If goods are wanted quick, send to Pouder.”
BEE-SUPPLIES EQUIPMENT Store room built expressly for the business ; large con
crete basement with just enough moistuie to prevent breakage in sections. No shrinkage in dovetailed corners of supers and hives. QUALITY Root goods at factory prices. The kind that I have sold for
nearly a quarter of a century, and the kind that you can afford to recommend to your neighbors. I might have increased my profits for a short time by handling other goods, but I would not have remained so long in business. Many articles in my catalog can reach you by Parcel Post, and I assume all responsibility in safe delivery of the goods. Catalog free. WALTER S. POUDER, 873 Massachusetts Ave., Indianapolis, Ind.
PUBLISHED MONTHLY BY
American Bee Journal 1st Nat'l Bank Bldg. Hamilton, Illinois
IMPORTANT NOTICE THE BSCRIPTION PRICE of this Journal is $1.00 a year, in the United States of America and Mexico;. in Canada, $1.10; and in all other countries in the Postal Union, 25 cents a year extra for postage. Sample copy free.
THE WRAPPER-LABEL DATE indicates the end of the month to which your subscription is paid. For instance, dec14 on your label shows that it is paid to the end of December, 1914.
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With four carloads of new goods on hand, we are now bet-
New Illustrated Catalog of 60 Pages
We want one in every beekeeper's hands.
Send postal for one today. It is free;
get in touch and keep in touch with us.
Griggs is always on the Job."
Celebrated Queens Direct from Italy
Industrious, Long Tongued, "The Best Honey-Gatherers.
Universal Exposition, St. Louis,
U.S.A., 1904, HIGHEST AWARD Extra Breeding Queens, $3.00; Selected, $2.00; Fertilized. $1.50; lower prices per dozen or more Queens, Safe arrivalguaranteed. Write Member of the ANTHONY BIAGGI, National Bee- Pedevilla, near Bellinzona, Keepers' Ass'n) Italian Switzerland.
This country, politically. Switzerland Republic, lies geographically in Italy, and possesses the best kind of bees known. Please mention Am. Bee Journal when writing.
Queens That “Are Better” Italians and Banats
Untested:Queens, 750 each; $8.00 per dozen; two or more dozen in one order, $7.50 per dozen
Tested:Queens, $1.25 each; $12.00 per dozen.
Breeder Queens. $3.00 each. Foreign trade add 5 cents each extra. 12-1b. pound packages of bees after May 1, $2.00. Select queen wanted, add to this. The ex
press charges on these will be very small in comparison with charges on frame nuclei. One-frame Nuclei, with untested queen, $2.00 each; 2-frame, $3.00; 3-frame. $4.00. Full colony
of bees in 10-frame hive, $7.00. Add 50 cents if Tested Queen is wanted; $2.00 if Breeder
Queen is wanted. For ten or more colonies or nuclei, deduct 25 cents each.
started two colonies Jan. 25 on their voyage to Nutsusarida, Kobe, Japan. Each con.
tained a Breeder Italian Queen. Dear Sir:-The two colonies of bees shipped by you arrived safely, and are perfectly satis:
factory, M. SARIDA, Kobe. Japan. My Bee and Queen exhibits at the State Fair of Texas were awarded six premiums in 1911,
Italians also were awarded First Prize at the Cotton Palace in Waco, Tex.
National Bank oriany business firm in Sabinal.
Write us stating what you are in need of, and we will quote you. If you sell supplies our discount sheet is yours for the asking, Catalog on request.
1. J. STRINGHAM 105 Park Place, New York APIARIES: Glen Cove, L. I. VVSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS
J. A. Simmons, Uvalde Co. Apiaries, Sabinal, Texas