"A Great Revelation.": Tree Surgery

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1908 - 28 pages
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Page 25 - Who does his duty is a question Too complex to be solved by me, But he, I venture the suggestion, Does part of his, that plants a tree,**
Page 20 - three very large white oaks, three elms and several large chestnut trees that were badly decayed, besides quite a number of old apple trees, with great success. These trees are now in a perfectly healthy condition. JE FRENCH.
Page 17 - 1907. Last fall Mr. Davey's men worked on the trees on this estate for several weeks and their work was very satisfactory indeed. I can cheerfully recommend them. I shall be very pleased to answer any questions.
Page 13 - It appears to me to be money well spent for others to seriously look after the health of their trees and not to delay.
Page 12 - has been thoroughly satisfactory, and I should certainly advise anyone having trees needing care to consult with you at the earliest opportunity.
Page 20 - 22, 1906. About four years ago Mr. John Davey, the "Tree Doctor," treated for us on our farm at Wickliffe,
Page 13 - coworkers have done on my place this spring in doctoring many of our fine and noble elm, cherry,
Page 12 - I write to say that the treatment of the trees that you have undertaken on my place
Page 6 - To one who sees it for the first time it is a
Page 13 - and I gladly recommend you to others in need of scientific treatment of their

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