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The Neshoba Democrat. (Philadelphia, Miss.) 1881-current, September 15, 1921, Image 3

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Crops Affect All Business
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Crops, more than any other one thing determine whether the country shall enjoy good or
bad times.
Practically all wealth comes from the sun, through soil, by labor.
When cotton is low in price, or the crop short, Neshoba County, suffers. When prices are
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high she prospers.
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That farmer or business man is wise who watches the crop development in hjs state and
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community.
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One Half Billion Added.
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In the last 60 days the advance in cotton has increased the value of our cotton $500,000,000.
This increased wealth will affect every farmer and business man in our Southland.
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Trade will revive. Farmers will take new courage, and optimism will show its face again.
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Farmers have been wise. They reduced their cotton acreage and planted corn.
Wisdom is wealth. Open a bank account. Start another season right. Bank with the
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Bank of Philadelphia
Philadelphia, Mississippi

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