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MR. GROCER: HERE'S A GOOD SIGN T6 POST IN
(Buy Not Unless You Live Up To It.)
YOU CANT BUY IT HERE..
'WHEN EVERYBODY STOPS SELL
ING IT, MORE BABlda WILL LIVE
BOTTLED MILK 15 THE ONLY
KIND WUMAN BEING5 CAN AF
FORD TO DRINK.
A few years from now people will wonder why folks ever per
mitted milk to be sold loose. When that time comes the death rate
.for small children will -be cut down surprisingly. What a gallon of
loose milk gathers on its way from cow to consumer would turn the
stomach of a microscope.
You don't see it, but it's there, all the same. Filth and germs
from the air, from every dirty handed coughing man who handles
it a fine mess of poison lurks with the whiteness of such milk.
o o IT-
Aim to allow one half pound of
meat, for each person. The fat
should be firm, but if hard and
skinny it indicates that the animal
was old and tough; if thin, from
a scrawny animal.
Beef or mutton should be deep
rose color, and the fat a rich
cream. The choicest cuts for
roasting are the sixth, seventh
and eighth ribs, the sirloin and
porterhouse cuts. x Sirloin and
porterhouse steaks are best.
When selecting poultry see
that the feet are soft and moist,
the eyes clear and the flesh plump
Once we stoop to lie,
Both faith and honor die.
Just when you think you've
"arrived" there is always some
one to pester you by telling you
of your mistakes.
A good way to advertise your
self is to tell a friend something
and tell him not to telL