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^[] [[stamp]] SEP 22 1925 [[/stamp]] [[preprinted]] BONADEL FARM D. C. Lawrence and Son Coshocton, Ohio, R. No. 3 Shorthorn Cattle Percheron Horses Merino Sheep O. I. C. Hogs D. C. Lawrence Jay Lawrence Exhibitors of Agricultural Products Reference: Commercial National Bank, Coshocton [[/preprinted]] For prize contest During the past ten years we have grown and tested seeds from nearly every seed company of any importance in America. Being extensive exhibitors of farm products at many of the leading fairs, we necessarily are insistent on getting seeds of high quality. No other factor has counted for so much with us in the growing of exhibition products as high grade seed; and we find that cheap seeds are too often just what their name says and in the end are dearest. We find it pays to use, Burpee's, Seeds that grow. Mr & Mrs Jay Lawrence Coshocton, Ohio [[underlined]] J.L. [[/underlined]]
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