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sight of my garden, doing its best under all conditions, favorable and adverse, helped to bear me up. The hours spent working among the plants were the most profitable I spent, for they gave me new hope.
But more important than all, they have awakened in me a dormant love of nature, which I expect to prove of inestimable value, both in a financial way, and in providing me with a pleasant diversion. These benefits have been the direct results of Burpee's seeds, as they are the only ones which have brought me any encouraging measure of success.
Yours very truly
Mrs. E. C. Jones
Woodland
c/o Conaway Ranch California.
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