The Beekeeper's Item, Volume 6, Number 7, July 1922 Page: 2
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There are five steps in economical beekeeping. Save money in
beekeeping by observing the following rules of economy.
~= STEP 1
Get our 1922 catalog of Lewis Beeware and then never buy
any bee supplies without consulting it carefully.
Use only the best. Lewis Beeware and Dadant Foundation have
been the standard of excellence for over 40 years. Every piece
guaranteed as to material, quality and workmanship.
Use our Service Department. Any question on beekeeping
cheerfully and carefully answered. We make a study of Texas con-
ditions and can often help solve your problem.
Use Aluminum honeycombs and be ready for sudden flows of
nectar. Having plenty of super room is important. These combs
oten pay for themselves the first year.
Have your wax worked up into comb foundation. This is the
economical waw to handle your wax and buy your foundation to
Texas Honey Producers Association
P. 0. Box 1048 1105 S. Flores Street
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS
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Scholl, Louis H. The Beekeeper's Item, Volume 6, Number 7, July 1922, periodical, July 1922; New Braunfels, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth823402/m1/2/: accessed October 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .