Queens Golden

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.

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.

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.

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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Monarch White Rice

Everybody knows the old variety named White Rice. Our strain is an improvement with large ears and ears are more abundantly produced. We found many stalks in our fields that had three to four nice well developed ears to each stalk. Pkt. 10c lb. 35c 3 lbs. 90c prepaid. Not prepaid 10 lbs. 2.50.

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South American Mushroom

Also sold as T.N.T. This is the new variety which has taken the country by storm. When popped the kernels are larger than any other sort and are of a rich creamy yellow color. They are nearly round or mushroom shaped hence the name. The flavor is something new in pop corn and is truly delicious. The stalks grow 6 to 8 feet tall and produce two and often three large ears which are 9 inches long or over. The kernels are deep orange in color nearly round in shape and smooth. Pkt. 10c lb. 35c 3 lbs. 90c prepaid. Not prepaid 10 lbs. 2.50.

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Hybrid White Hulless

(100 days). A new white rice hybrid. Much larger and better than the old-fashioned Jap type. Stands better yields enormously pops with tremendous volume. Most tender and best tasting of all. Pkt. (3 oz.) 20c lb. 45C 1 lb. 75C 3 lbs. 2.10 10lbs. 6.50 ppd. 50 lbs. 26.00 100 lbs. 50.00

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Yellow Hybrid No. 500

(115 days). A 4-way cross. Stands exceptionally well and carries two big ears to the stalk. Has tremendous popping volume. Flavor excellent. Pkt. 15C lb. 42C 1 lb. 72C 3 lbs. 1.80 10lbs. 4.80 postpaid. 50 lbs. 22.50 100 lbs. 42.50

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Yellow Hybrid No. 400

(107 days). Will mature in northern edge of corn belt. Has uniform ears. Yields are terrific. Pops up in large grains with tremendous volume. Fine flavor. Pkt. 15C lb. 42C 1 lb. 72C 3 lbs. 1.80 10 lbs. 4.40 postpaid. 50 lbs. 20.00 100 lbs. 38.00

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Yellow Hybrid V-10

(95 days.) A new hybrid originated in Minnesota. Earliest of all yellow hybrids. Pops with big volume usually better than 30 to 1. Tender and tasty. Can be grown in South Dakota and Minnesota. Pkt. 15C lb. 48C 1 lb. 78C 3 lbs. 1.95 10lbs. 4.40 postpaid. 50 lbs. 18.00 100 lbs. 35.00

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IOPOP 8

(110 days). The latest hybrid yellow popcorn released by Iowa State College. Said to be their finest yellow hybrid. Vigorous grower good yield and best of all the largest popping volume of any. Can be grown wherever yellow hybrids succeed. Pkt. 25C lb. 60C 1 lb. 100 3 lbs. 2.40 10lbs. 7.50 postpaid. 50 lbs. 30.00 100 lbs. 50.00.

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New Striped or Variegated

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

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.

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.

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.

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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