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an occasional sprinkling of Alfalfa Occasionally we have bought tomato plants, these invariably end in disappointment. When we raise our own from Burpee's seeds we always have healthy, stalky plants which produce prize winning fruit. We have no trouble when using Burpee's seeds and have several hundred ribbons won at Ky. State and Jefferson Co. Fairs all of which we attribute to the use of Burpee's seeds. At no time has anything been misrepresented. even the children look for the beautiful variegations in the flowers that always appear as promised. Our slogan has grown to be "Burpee's seeds for all important crops."

Very truly
Geo. F. Lyon Box 105 Buechel Ky.
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