Queens Golden

A trifle larger than others in size color deep yellow. It pops perfectly white. Produces 4 to 6 ears on a stalk.

Stalks grow six feet high with large ears produced in abundance. It pops perfectly white and a single kernel will expand to a diameter of nearly one inch. Pkt. 10c pt. 20c by mail postpaid. Not prepaid (except within 300 miles) qt. 25c 4 qt. 75c.

This is the largest sort and produces abundantly. The grains are a rich golden color and are creamy white when popped and a single kernel will expand to nearly an inch. Price-(10c per pkt.) (25c per lb.) (20c per lb. In 10-lb. Lots) prepaid.

One of the very best and most prolific varieties grown. Its quality and handsome appearance when popped are very noticeable. It pops perfectly white and a single kernel will expand to a diameter of nearly 1 inch. The stalks grow 6 feet high and the large ears are produced in abundance. Postpaid pkt. 8C lb. 25C lb. 40c.

An old favorite. The stalks grow 6 feet high and the large ears are produced in abundance. The ears are larger than other varieties of rich orange-yellow color and the kernels are round and smooth. It pops perfectly white. Pkt. 5c lb. 25c 3 lbs. 65c prepaid. Not prepaid 10 lbs. 1.50.

This handsome new Pop-Corn is splendid in yield in sturdy growth in sizeand in color when popped- being of a delicate golden yellow. Above all its exceeding tenderness when popped together with its delicious and delicate taste. When popped it expands to an inch in diameter and is as white and light as a snowflake. Pkt. 10c pint 40c.

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Iroquois

This variety is of the White Rice type obtained from the Iroquois Indians of New York some years ago. It is a very good yielder and much earlier than the ordinary White Rice. Pkt. 5c lb. 10c lb. 19c 1 lb. 27c postpaid. Not prepaid 5 lbs. 75c 10 lbs. 1.35 50 lbs. 6.00.

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Pinky

The Best Popper We Know. Developed by Professor A. F. Yeager this pink Pop Corn is early and a good yielder pops large white and tender. In the picture to the right the popped Corn is the product of one ear. Pkt. 5c lb. 10c lb. 19c 1 lb. 27c postpaid. Not prepaid 5 lbs. 75c 10 lbs. 1.35 50 lbs. 6.00.

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Snowflake

A superb sort with light pointed kernels set thickly on the cob. When popped it is very large and very light white as snow and as sweet as a nut. Pkt. 5c pint 40c.

This superb variety is acknowledged by all who have tested it to possess more good qualities than any variety heretofore introduced. It ripens about a week later than the Early Rose shape symmetrical and uniform size medium skin white with russety tinge flesh fine grain snow white when cooked and of a lightness and porosity almost approaching a snow flake. Its mealiness pure delicate flavor and the evenness with which it cooks through have never been excelled by any potato. It received a silver medal at the Massachusetts Horticultural Society and always wins a prize wherever it is exhibited.

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Improved Red Rice

A fine sort of good size ear and dark red colored kernels. When popped it is pure white and very tender. One of the very best sorts grown. Pkt. 5C pint 25c.

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New Striped

A most beautiful and highly valuable sort. The color is a clear transparent white and each kernel is distinctly striped with bright crimson. The ears are of good size and well filled out kernels are long and pointed resembling rice. It ripens early and is very productive. When popped it is extremely tender snow-white large and delicious. Pkt. 10c.

A fancy variety very showy and of the best quality. Rather large ears filled out with clear transparent white kernels beautifully striped with bright crimson. Postpaid pkt. 8C lb. 25C lb. 45c.

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Queens Golden

This handsome new Pop-Corn is splendid in yield in sturdy growth in sizeand in color when popped- being of a delicate golden yellow. Above all its exceeding tenderness when popped together with its delicious and delicate taste. When popped it expands to an inch in diameter and is as white and light as a snowflake. Pkt. 10c pint 40c.

Stalks grow six feet high with large ears produced in abundance. It pops perfectly white and a single kernel will expand to a diameter of nearly one inch. Pkt. 10c pt. 20c by mail postpaid. Not prepaid (except within 300 miles) qt. 25c 4 qt. 75c.

This is the largest sort and produces abundantly. The grains are a rich golden color and are creamy white when popped and a single kernel will expand to nearly an inch. Price-(10c per pkt.) (25c per lb.) (20c per lb. In 10-lb. Lots) prepaid.

One of the very best and most prolific varieties grown. Its quality and handsome appearance when popped are very noticeable. It pops perfectly white and a single kernel will expand to a diameter of nearly 1 inch. The stalks grow 6 feet high and the large ears are produced in abundance. Postpaid pkt. 8C lb. 25C lb. 40c.

An old favorite. The stalks grow 6 feet high and the large ears are produced in abundance. The ears are larger than other varieties of rich orange-yellow color and the kernels are round and smooth. It pops perfectly white. Pkt. 5c lb. 25c 3 lbs. 65c prepaid. Not prepaid 10 lbs. 1.50.

A trifle larger than others in size color deep yellow. It pops perfectly white. Produces 4 to 6 ears on a stalk.

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California Golden

This beautiful miniature variety of pop corn is a native of Lower California and is certainly a curious and beautiful variety. The stalks grow from 3 to 4 feet high bearing numerous very small ears from 2 to 3 inches in length perfect in form and shape. Its deep pointed grains are of a fine rich golden color and its popping qualities are splendid. When dried shelled and popped each grain forms a round white ball looking like miniature balls of snow. It is also valuable and highly esteemed for mantel ornaments and Christmas decorations as the small delicate beautiful ears with their shining golden grains among everlastings dried grasses or other holiday decorations form a remarkable pleasing and attractive appearance. It is extremely hardy and very productive nearly every stalk bearing from 3 to 6 perfect ears. Pkt. 15c 2 pkts 25c.

This grows from 10 to 14 feet high the bush is very straight and never gets crooked often being 36 inches in length and making the best hurl brush of any variety of Broom Corn in the market Per qt. 25c. bu. 4.00.

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White Rice Pop Corn

A well-known variety. I offer a very fine strain which produces larger ears than usual and yields very heavy crops. The quality is excellent. Price-(10c per pkt.) (25c per lb.) (20c per lb. In 10-lb. Lots) prepaid. Not prepaid (10c per lb.).

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Queens Golden Popcorn

This is the largest sort and produces abundantly. The grains are a rich golden color and are creamy white when popped and a single kernel will expand to nearly an inch. Price-(10c per pkt.) (25c per lb.) (20c per lb. In 10-lb. Lots) prepaid.

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