Minnesota King

This was introduced a number of years ago and has steadily increased in favor since its introduction and we consider it one of the most valuable sorts ever grown for the Northern states. While there are many varieties that in good years will yield as much as Minnesota King there are very few we think that will year in and year out produce as heavy a crop as this sort. The ears are quite large cobs small kernels yellow broad long and set very closely on the cob. Postpaid lb. 30C 3 lbs. 85c.

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Minnesota No. 13

This is the earliest yellow dent corn grown and is largely planted in the Northern states. There is no other yellow dent fully as early that is equally as productive. The stalks are 7 feet high are very leafy and furnish great quantities of fodder ears average 8 inches in length and have 16 to 20 rows of smooth plump rich yellow kernels. Will ripen in about 90 days and yields from 60 to 80 bushels per acre in a good season. Postpaid 1 lb. 30C 3 lbs. 85c.

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Improved Pride of the North

A wonderful improvement over the old reliable standby Pride of the North. This splendid pedigreed variety is unquestionably one of the very best 90 day field corns for Northern latitudes. It will ripen in Northern localities hitherto able to grow only the flint varieties. Postpaid lb. 30C 3 lbs. 85c.

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Improved Yellow Yankee

Particularly adapted to the Northern Middle States. One of the earliest and best known yellow flint varieties. The ears are well filled to the tips with good rich golden-yellow kernels. The stalks grow 5 feet high and often produce two and three ears each. Will produce a good crop if planted as late as July. Postpaid lb. 13C lb. 30C 3lbs. 85c.

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Longfellow Yellow Flint

An eight-rowed sort with ears 12 to 15 inches in length and about 1 inches in diameter. Small cob large and very broad glossy yellow kernel. A most popular variety well adapted to the Northern states and largely grown. Has often yielded more than 200 bushels of ear corn per acre. Ears set 3 feet above the ground. Postpaid lb. 18C lb. 30C 3 lbs. 85c.

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Triumph Early White Flint

This is a well established variety with uniform characteristics including early maturity and medium size both of stalks and ears. Postpaid lb. 18C lb. 30C 3 lbs. 85c.

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Extra Early Improved Yellow Flint

Largest ear best yielder. Ears 10 to 15 inches long of rich yellow color. Enormously productive outyielding any field corn that we have ever grown in the far North. Matures exceedingly early from 60 to 70 days being a fair average. The kernels are large and the stalks are of good height. The ears average two to a stalk growing well up so as to readily admit being cut by the harvester. The stalks grow very tall and leafy and make superior fodder. Will surely prove of the greatest value to the farmers of the far North particularly the Dakotas Northern Minnesota Wisconsin Michigan and the Canadian Provinces. Postpaid lb. 18C lb. 35C 3 lbs. 1.00

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Extra Early King Philip

Earliest and best variety of Red Flint Corn. Ripens within eighty days from time of planting. Ears large with eight rows of shiny red kernels which are not as hard as other flint corns and make splendid stock feed. This is one of the earliest and most reliable varieties of flint corn good yielder. Postpaid lb. 18C lb. 30C 3 lbs. 85C

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Improved Indian Squaw Corn

Holds more records for wonderful performances under difficult conditions than any corn ever grown. It is an extremely early variety maturing in 85 days and is a more successful corn for late planting than the Mexican June corn about which so much has been written in recent years. Not only will this ripen ahead of the Mexican June but will make a good crop under adverse conditions that will choke out the latter variety. Perhaps the most wonderful quality of this corn is its power to resist drouth. The most protracted dry weather hinders its growth not at all and still it will weather a wet season equally well. In appearance this corn is one of our most handsome varieties. The kernels are of different colors red blue yellow and white giving the ears a curiously beautiful mottled appearance. The ears grow from 8 to 12 inches in length and are of symmetrical form. This variety is grown very largely everywhere for hogging down. For this purpose is is planted alone or with soy beans or rape. The corn making less shade than taller varieties allows the beans and rape to develop very well. The ears growing near the ground this corn could not be cut with the binder but the hogs will harvest it without any waste whatever. It is a well known fact that returns are equally as good where the hogs gather their feed themselves as where they are hand fed. Postpaid lb. 18C lb. 30C 3 lbs. 85c.

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Stowells Evergreen

Late large size prolific sweet and tender. The standard main crop variety and if planted at same time as earlier varieties will keep the table supplied until October. It is hardy and productive very tender and sugary remaining a long time in condition suitable for boiling. For market home or canning it is always an immense success. Large pkt. 10C lb. 25C lb. 45c.

The standard main crop variety for market and for the home garden. Ears large kernels deep sugary and tender remaining in green stage for an unusually long time. We are placing on the market this year the improved strain known as Platts which is earlier than the common stock (which has been for so long the standard late sort) Stowells Evergreen and the yield most extraordinary running as high as 175 bushels per acre the majority of the stalks having two ears. Our grower reports that this years stock was ready for the market 10 days in advance of the original Stowells Evergreen. It is not uncommon for the ears to have from 18 to 20 rows. Pkt. 15c lb. 30c 2 lb. 50c 12 lb. 2.75.

This has long been the leading main-crop variety for home use market and canning. Our stock is carefully selected and can be depended upon to produce fine large ears of superior quality. The grains of good size are long and slender entirely free from glaze or flintness. Pkt. 10c pt. 15c postpaid. qt. 20c 4 qt. 70c peck 1.25.

This is the leading standard variety for home use market and canning. My stock is most carefully selected and can be depended upon to produce fine large ears of superior quality. The stalks are of strong growth each producing two large ears. The grains while of good size are long and slender the cob being small. The grains are of rich sugary flavor and retain their fine quality until quite advanced. My stock is entirely free from glaze or flintiness the dried grains are much shriveled. Price-(10c per pkt.) (30c per lb.) (25c per lb. In 10-lb. Lots) prepaid 15c per lb. Not prepaid.

This variety is intermediate in its season and if planted at the same time with earlier kinds will keep the table supplied till October. It is hardy and productive very tender and sugary remaining a long time in a fresh condition and suitable for boiling.

Excellent keeps green till cold weather ears large a standard late variety. Pkt. 10c oz. 45c lb. 25c lb. mail 3.50 lb. exp 1.00

Without a doubt the most popular and best known of all varieties. For the main crop big juicy roasting ears either for home use or the canning factory there is nothing to equal it. Per pkt 5c. lb 15c. lb 40c. 5lb 1.65 10lb 3.00 25lb 5.00 50lb 9.00 100lb 17.00.

(97 days). A deep kerneled hybrid. High quality and hardy. One of the heaviest yielders. Stalks 7 to 9 ft. tall ears 14 to 18 rows about 8 inches long. Outyields ordinary Stowells Evergreen and better in quality. Unexcelled for canning. Commercial canners like it too. Pkt. ( 3oz) 15c lb. 45C 1 lb. 80C 3 lbs. 2.00 postpaid.

(96 days). Giant white corn. For canning and drying and roasting ears. Always has more corn to the cob than any other variety. Pkt. (3oz) 15c lb. 38C 1 lb. 65C 3 lbs. 1.60 postpaid.

Northern grown carefully selected. Stalks grow 6 to 7 ft. high and produce ears 8 inches long which have 16 or more rows of the finest sugary grains. The reputation of this variety for productiveness is well and long established and the fine rich flavor and sweetness of the deep-set tender grains have made it a great and popular favorite. Ready to use in 95 to 100 days. Large pkt. 10c lb. 40c 3 lbs. 1.00 prepaid. Not prepaid 10 lbs. 2.50 25 lbs. 5.75.

Well known of good size and recommended on account of its sweet flavor and good qualities for canning. 80 days. Pkt 10c lb 25c.

95 days. The standard white late sweet corn. The 8 inch ears are usually 16 rowed with very sweet deep white kernels. Besides its table uses the rank fodder that characterizes this variety makes it extremely valuable for the dairy herd. Pkt. 5c 14lb. 14c 12lb. 25c 1lb. 40c postpaid. Not prepaid 5lbs. 1.30 10lbs. 2.50 50 lbs. 10.50

The Standard White Late Sweet Corn. The 8 inch ears are usually 16 rowed with very sweet deep white kernels. Besides its table uses the rank fodder that characterizes this variety makes it extremely valuable for the dairy herd. Pkt. 5c lb. 12c lb. 20c 1 lb. 20c postpaid. Not prepaid 5 lbs. 90c 10 lbs. 1.65 50 lbs. 7.50 100 lbs. 14.00.

A late variety of excellent quality remaining longer in the green state than any other kind Per qt. 30c. pk. 1.50 bu. 5.00.

The standard main crop variety. It is hardy and productive very tender and sugary remaining a long time in condition suitable for boiling. Our stock has been carefully grown and selected to avoid the tendency to a shorter grain and deterioration in the evergreen character of this best-known of all late sorts. Height about 7 feet.

Highly valuable to market gardeners and canners. Stalks sturdy with close growing upright ears 4 feet from the ground. Foliage medium green. Stalks 8 feet tall. Ears about 8 inches long. Edible in 93 days.

A standard sort. Large and late. Ears twelve and fourteen-rowed. Kernels deep and frequently irregular. Sweet and keeps a long time in the green state Per qt. 20c. per peck 1.25.

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