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. Mills' garden annual : 1895. Nurseries (Horticulture) New York (State) Catalogs; Vegetables Seeds Catalogs; Flowers Seeds Catalogs. but much better in many re- spects. I have previously been unable to supply my custom- ers in large quantities owing to the great demand. Per packet, 10 cents; pint, 30cents; quart, 50 cents, by mail, post- paid. By express or freight, not prepaid, 4 quarts, $1.00; peck, $1.50; bushel, $5.00. Black Mexican—This is ac- knowledged by all the sweet- est corn grown. Not quite as early as some, but exceedingly sweet, sugary and delicious. Per packet, 10 cents; pint,

. Mills' garden annual : 1895. Nurseries (Horticulture) New York (State) Catalogs; Vegetables Seeds Catalogs; Flowers Seeds Catalogs. but much better in many re- spects. I have previously been unable to supply my custom- ers in large quantities owing to the great demand. Per packet, 10 cents; pint, 30cents; quart, 50 cents, by mail, post- paid. By express or freight, not prepaid, 4 quarts, $1.00; peck, $1.50; bushel, $5.00. Black Mexican—This is ac- knowledged by all the sweet- est corn grown. Not quite as early as some, but exceedingly sweet, sugary and delicious. Per packet, 10 cents; pint,  Stock Photo
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. Mills' garden annual : 1895. Nurseries (Horticulture) New York (State) Catalogs; Vegetables Seeds Catalogs; Flowers Seeds Catalogs. but much better in many re- spects. I have previously been unable to supply my custom- ers in large quantities owing to the great demand. Per packet, 10 cents; pint, 30cents; quart, 50 cents, by mail, post- paid. By express or freight, not prepaid, 4 quarts, $1.00; peck, $1.50; bushel, $5.00. Black Mexican—This is ac- knowledged by all the sweet- est corn grown. Not quite as early as some, but exceedingly sweet, sugary and delicious. Per packet, 10 cents; pint, 20 cents; quart, 35 cents, post- paid. By express or freight, not prepaid, 4 quarts, 40 cents; peck, 7o cents; bushel, $2.75. Improved Ruby—This is entirely distinct from other varieties for the reason the stalks and husks an* of a dark red color, giving it an odd and beautiful appear- ance in growth, and they attain the heigth of from six to seven feet. Henry Osborn, Jackson County, Michigan, July 27, writes: I have twenty - three hills of Improved Ruby, and there is from two to four stalks to a hill and six to eight ears of corn on each stalk. One hill with only two stalks con- tains fifteen ears of corn (seven on one and eight on the other.) The ears I find are very large, and from crops I have grown can say that it is an im- mense yielding variety, and is of excellent flavor. It is a little earlier than Stowell's Evergreen, and very desirable for market YJ or family garden. Its great yielding qualities, beautv and delicious col- 3r, will be a surprise to 11. Per packet, 10 cents; pint, 20 cents; quart, 35 cents, postpaid. By express or freight, not prepaid, 4 quarts, 40 cents; peck, 75 cents; bushel, $2.75. John C. Parsell, New Jersey, March 19,1894, writes: ** I received the seed all right and in good order. Feel proud of them, and think it is the largest amount of seed I ever bought for so small amount of money.'* J. M. Turner, Mass., March 12, 1894, writes : " I

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