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[[stamped]] AUG 24 1925 [[/stamped]]

"For Prize Contest"

Wonderful results have I had with seeds purchased from Burpee's; In fact I can not begin to tell all there is a person can tell after the results I have had this year.

The fellows at the shop laughed when I told them I would have, "Peas," for, "Memorial Day," But I had them and I'll have some for Christmas too.

I have been putting up Burger's Stringless Green Pod and Golden Bantam; Radio Peas so that Old Man High Cost of Living won't make me run over to a store and dig down, when I want a dish of Peas or corn on my bill of fare.

[[underlined]] Me for Burpees' Seeds from now on. [[/underlined]]

John T. Hathaway
175 Potter St.
New Bedford, Mass.,

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Reviewed. Minor correction. OK.

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