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For Produce Grown
typical field of beans, on the farm of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leopard
Now That Better Prices Are Being
Grow A Better Crop By Using
Southern Fish Brand
Sold and Recommended By
At The Depot
See Us For
A Complete Line Of
FEEDS AND FLOUR
Field and Garden
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Beans grow in profusion on a farm in Pigeon Valley of Haywood
This is the Haywood Mutual Cannery at Hazelwood
Steady Growth of Haywood
Cannery Necessitates More
1940 SEASON BEST IN THE SEVEN YEARS
Last season, Haywood farmers received an
average of twice the green market price by sell
ing at the local cannery under contract.
The contracts for 1941 provide an additional
payment above contract prices, in the event pric
es on canned goods go up during the year - A very
liberal addition to the contracts.
See Frank M. Davis, cannery manager for a 1941
Act Now-Get in 0
The Haywood Cannery offers the following
Contract Prices for this season:
No. 1 Tomatoes - $14 per ton.
No. 2 Tomatoes - $12 per ton.
Fancy Beans - $50 per ton.
Choice Beans - $40 per ton.
Standard Beans - $30 per ton.
No. 1. Spinach - $30 per ton.
No. 2 Spinach - $26 per ton.
The Use of Plenty of Fertilizer Is A Good
See - - -
Wood's and Leonard's
Gold Medal .
FARM IMPLEMENTS and
We Are Here To Help You - -Bring
Us Your Problems --
We suggest that you Grow Produce
for the Haywood Cannery, and for
a Satisfactory Crop,
Each Bag Backed By More Than 35 Million Tons
We Carry All Grades
See Us for Farm Implements and
V-C Fertilizers Sold Exclusively in
At The Depot
For nearly half a century Armour's Fertilizers have
been helping produce growers in this section Make
Their Work Count for More. Experienced users know
Armour's BIG CROP is a complete, balanced fertilizer
which not only gets crops off to a good start, but keeps
right on working, throughout the growing-period. To
"Make Every Acre Do Its Best," use Armour's in your
fields this season. There's a BIG CROP Fertilizer to
suit your own crops, and your particular soiL
DO THESE TWO THINGS
SIGN A CANNERY CONTRACT and
BUY YOUR FERTILIZERS FROM
JULE NOLAND, Manager
Field and Garden Seeds, Feeds, Harness, Implements
and Repairs, Baby Chicks, Insecticides, Roofing and
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