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Whose Say-so Is Best?
Wl'li nesrly nil im!lrliir put tip for
mi In thrnimh tl r 11 tr if i 1 mm has lo ukq
the maker t-i U i as in their cura
tive valu. t'f course, sin Ii testimony
lint that of tlUimT"ilx m rl y and
accordingly l ti"t to ! given the same
cre.pt a if written from disinterested
pmtivM, 1 ir. Pierce's inetlicinot. ho,
ever, fortn a slns-le sml therefore striking
exception lo this ml. '1 lo-ir claims to
lli eoiituicnce ( Invalid does not rt
Solely uiti their makin' say -so or
m1 ihelr Ingredients sre matters of
pninic know Inliip, (ting printed on ea h
separate Uit wrapper. Thus Invsiid
Bulb-ren sro taken Into I Pierce's (nil
confidence. Scores of leading medical
men havs written enough to fill volumes
la prie of the curative value, of the
several Ingredients entering Into lh
Amoos-st the. writer wf flnfl mnfh re1-h-t)
lit io in i'rof Kinler Mltr-fwixxj, M 1..
i f Mnl C-ih-f, (h.rw : I'rof
lisle, of the same cltr; Prvf John M. ftcud-d.-r.
M 1.. lute of Cincinnati, t'hlo; Prof.
Jotin Klti(. M I), isle of tiH-lnnait. Ohk;
lr. tinner to, of New York; It. HinNe
of Jeff-nsm Mnlictl t'oll-re, of 4'a
and mum of otners e.iuallr eminnt.
lr. Pierces t oru t'r-trtiiHi mm
the worti rates of fetnale weakness. pnItp
siis.anteTeriion arid r-ii.rersi.ifi and riTrfeu
Im-cularttlet. cures rslnful LrHila. dries up
aifth reeshie end weakening" drains. mtii
tunes known as pelMe catarrh and a multi
tude of olor dwua peculiar lo
bear In iirloil. It U not j-su-nl nor e?fcn e
secret m-xlirtne, but ibeFseorlte Prescrip
tion" uf rwulirlr educated pursk-lsn. of
lsrs esin.-ni-e In Wte rur of womsn's
pecultsr ailment, who frsnklr and rKitld
hg f Iske hi patients into hit full coq
1 .illif Ir ti!lr Ih'j-) !ujt wlm h:y ' P"--rlptum
t A.fiM-l of tf no oIht nsli
rm tut up foi oiiftir ktM'tbl n.alik'li4
fid -(! ilipMiirti drt4i;if it. ran It I smid
tiat tl mtkrr 1 t-t frnl lo WI tlui
frtrikly. vmi1t nl hofiorit.lr. hy leturic
vvrry pfttint tti tht nia know
I.t tli l lklo
Sick -nnin are Invllod U conu!t Ir.
I'lirco. tv lltT, rwe. Ail corr-ipond-hit
I gi:mnll . jicrnli)r fo-rr'. ik1
omin!t cotit'd'!-- rr t-.nit--li br
rrof.-i.inl nnvm-T. AdJroM Ir. IL.
1'i.tcw. HuffU.. N.'V.
How t(i j.r-Tve lif-nilh rid lxutT 1
In lr. I'lorro' limn)Oii ScntM MsJ
lcl Advix-r. It l frrr. r'or .iot
covor"1 Miy M-nil lr. It. V. l'KTrr. iluf
flo, N. Y.. 1 cn-ni tmj v cover
lua. Muff unly ; In rloib binding 31 tutmii.
Vt. 1'iHTce t't-iicu cure com'.:;iliuii
HuOan(l Lai d) call tUt-M
Wife Ttioso are Lranl nw 1905 X
unlaundered Duk of MaritKirouitti
Mn. hlch I pot fr you at Jobb.
ltt Co." trpat .ire al?.
liunl.and Tfcpy are thre Izo too
Wife 1 here nothing larger
l'-ft. uil I had to take them, or loe
a tig bargain.
"Thaft my bt work," &ald the
poet, after reading h! Ter-. "I'm
thinking of having It copyrighted
Would you?" "Ou'y righted." replied
the critic. "No. If I were you I'd havt
It ruttenled." Philadelphia Ix-dRer.
YOU HAVE NO RIGHT TO
from Cotutipatioo, Bowrl aad Stomach
TELEGRAPHIC ERIEFS '
5. Tht U the U-g'.utiius of Vkue!
. t '...li)ll.'Q.
O. What U t'.!itlrtl(iBf
A. x'ailure of I lie imnrj to rxrrr fit tha
al n.UiT l.l.b li. lit tliv hun-nUrr
cil here It rtrTt fc'.d iotniia ttieeu
i.rm avitrui. I.vouiuai v the n-ir.i ere
diMilb utider the niii.e of tome oihor dif
hmi. Note the diWi from typhoid fcrrr
and )'i-u lu itunach Uol buwul
lirnihix l the pn-K.l tun,
y. What cuii t.'onat ipallonl
A. rlo-t lo nuiwnd lo th call of na
ture frofptiy. Luck of vaerr.tMt. K (
itehram oilc Mifctal ttaolioD. atid lsu
,' Wui are the rceu'.t of ciy'.cctoj
A. CuueiiiMtln rttif nvire aurTerlnf
tl.ao any eihr dlM-oae. It riuirt rlieu
rxaUnui, foTpra, atoniavii. bowxl,
ki.lney, lui ai.d hnart troutilre. It U
tne one dir- tl.at atrt all ether.
JudUmlloti, dypemla. darrhor, Iom tt
r-u and alreiljrtU are it aywiplonia nllra,
app'iidli-ti ad fHluU. are ru.-.l ty
t'oonllpatton. Il rtMifMuniooe are ku.. n
to all brU-iia. hot Irw auffrrrre raiue
tholr OHflitlun until It Is too lalo. Women
t"M'iTi confinued luraada aa a result of
O. lk liliynlclans reontrnlte this!
A. Y. lite f,rl (juration your divtor
asks you U ' ar you cxutlialdl" 'I ha I
U the sv ret.
O. faa U he cnre.t
A Yee, with proper Ireatmer.V. Tl.s
common error is U maort lo plijri.', su b
aa p:lla, eaits, r.iliif rai ikr, vr oil, lu
WlkiHa, ele , ernry one of wtu. h Is In
JurVoua. Ilirr keu and lnivo the
a m)t. Ywu know ihia ty your own
y. Whal then ahouU! V done to en re It I
A. k bottle of MullH.rii Tonic at
mmv Mull's (irape Tonic l I j-kmr.-y
rute OktUjaltiiQ and StomaA'h IroutUe lu
I). aliurt.-at a rf tune. ho othef
rrui)y haa hrhire (teen knowa to cure
C'onaliitloa pisiiiTrlr and irrniautttly.
tJ S tial Is Hull s tirape loiilt I
A. It la a t'-miivu'.d with eo i-er cit. cf
the Juli-e of I'oiiK.r.l tira- 11 eaerls a
pvuilur treii(Cthoiiln(t, lo-nlluif Intlueure
Hhi 11. e liilliu, o that lin'V rau d
t liolr ork uiial.tol. 1 he pn-i is ailual.
h it en re It l ix't a physic, hut it cum
t ontip.ttlon, l) aontory, bV- n.iwll and
li.iil liMuhlo. J 1 a t ii.tr a r. !i. fnuiy
iriape fluvor, II t p.itvi.t u take. As a
Uii.K' II l uiieijuaiiol. Iritunriif tne srtiem
aif:tiMt dii"at4i. It slroiia'thi'-iji and builds
O tu.-i-e cab Mull Crapo Tunlt U
A Your dmrvltl Via H. The dollar
h tlie ixintaiii uoor y llim tluios tiie bo
c i.t site.
for aillntf chlidrea auj nursing
A fnx bott'.e. to all lm hare nerrr used
It htvauae e kuow tl wiil cure you.
fHl K tloTTl.E
FKFt. M lint etxipua -ih r a tins aa4
S4.1IM. l.'ur drwdfltl t aaitis ait4 t'f. u r
-ir ai.4 tui-r f )AkS S Mftl'il f It
i' km woi u4 kljii t orv Tviair. aa
al l m a vt a i-rvt.t s.vil 1 it
.raol las urkast ytrt I wttlt true! )wir
VILUL'i Gaara Toeio ( , IK Third Are.,
Kct Ir Iwand. lit.
iV Al lrM Ml rt rt Jf jiaJt;.
tn own! fl tr-1 tl O h1t! tl t't 4rtfy't.
Til Si - liio M.laat iluul tl & ouiut t uiu a
at iliaivi,l Wo t au4 aiHul llirvt viut at
i a at u.t vj iai u-iot Tkare Is a a'ual
atiLMa la buia ut si.4 tite.
The renulne hia a date and Bumlicr
siainixM on I ue UixJ-Uta no vthor trutu
Yoaai (a n 1 -i home frum the
r'.iib at ii U lit Inttt my lfe uln
shuts me up tiistit.
t'l tliiiti ti lit-H k Wi ll, you doaerve to
be shut up If you gn liniiie lu lhat con
dUli ui Yoiikcra ruu limn.
ricur aiiioke alii kill the life on
I'Ni.is (mi thiit Uu't n.uuj to help th
iluu auj; if tlnlr omri i toit
I'limlm, they on I li I their hue
tiiJi su.vhs la U.tt I.ou.e,
The tiean fif (he apK.tiitniflit of
I.uke K. Wright, governor general of
the I'liillpplnea to he tne first! Ameri
can ami ithxatlur to J.-ipnti, haa been
received at Tokyo -e. I'll sfneral eatl
f act Inn.
IJudHny Cooper, an aeronaut of C'lar-
India, Ohio,, traveling wKh a carnlta!
ahow exhlhlllng at Wolfe City, Teia..
fell from his bullion a dlhtanee of
2.0o0 feet and a killed Inwiantly.
At the meeting of the Southern Soft
Yarn ISplnnera' aielalln In Atlanta.
(la., a resolution a adopted asking
for a dieeohtinuapce of the report
on the cotton crop by the Agricultural
Department of the government.
A bulletin ls5ucd by the cen?u
bureau of Washington on the amount
of cotton ginned from the growth of
3905 to Jan. 16 shows the number of
running bales for the I'nited States
to be 9,SS8,111.
What U believed to 1 the record
price for a alnsle bird. $7jO, hat; been
paid for a Huff Plymouth Kock hen at
Drevenstedt & Hutchlni of New York
the purchasers, wanted the bird for ex
hibition at the Crystal Palace show
In I-ondon. England.
Pneumonia la to be dreaded more
than any other dUeaite common la
Chicago, acordin? to a utatemeut of
Dr. lleman Spalding. More than 3.000
death resulted from this dieaeose last
year, he mid. The record of consump
tion was dwarfed by that of penum
George WeBtineliouce, Jr., of Pitts
burg. Pa., the only son of the multi
millionaire airbrake manufacturer. ha
entered his father's plant as a laborer
to learn the buclnesa. He carries a
dinner pail and Is the poorest dressed,
and works the hardest of any man In
Secretary Shaw. Is an address before
the I'nited States Civil Service Retire
ment association, ei pressed his belief
that the lot In life of goveruient clerks
would be Improved by a provision re
tiring them permanently from the pub
lic service- at the expiration of a Unifi
ed period, not to exceed six years
He tentatively announced a retirement
plan along these lines, the adoption of
which, he said, would counteract some
of the weaknesses of the service.
Paier of lncorKr!ion in New Jer
sey have been fiU-d for the I'nited
ChemiMts company, with a capital of
llO.ooo (too. The company's ol-Joct Is
to establish retail drug stores la New
York, Chicago and Philadelphia, and
It Is said that It ha already secured
ofitlrns on a number of finely located
stores In those cities. Western cap-
ltaltMs looking for investments In the
C8ft are bark of the new company.
The Illinois state tnirird of hoxlth
has sent Ir. J. C. Wesiervelt of Slnl
byvliU' to Garrett, Isuul.is county,
where an outbreak of scarlet fever ts
'.'eported to have reached the propor
tions of an epidemic Reports of In-
Mctors of the board are to Ihe effxt
that sn-.;il!;mx exists at Hi'.Mioro,
Montgomery county, and at Madison,
In Madison county. The pat imt s at
Granite City and Venice havs recover
ed and the quarantine has been ntlod
f. E. Grimes of TopeVa. Kas. ex-
state treasurer, notified Governor
lbKh thr.t he would willingly waive
the statutes of limitation and pay
every cent of the alleged shortage
found coveting his admlultitratinu of
the office. Keevntly exiwrt account
ants found a shortage of 77,ihi.) lu the
treasurer's office covering the ad
ministration of ex Treasurer Grime
and running Into the administration of
T. T. Kelley, the present treasurer,
The accountants were uuahlg to state
what become of the money.
It was learned at New York, on tin
Impeachable authority, that the Mow
which more than any other was re
sponsible for the collapse of Senator
Chauncey M IVew was the discovery
that there was a motement afoot to
oust Ihe senator as a fellow of Ysle
university rorixirstimi. His Yale fel
low ship I one of ihe senator's most
(featured titles. Coming he ha been
subjected, the knowledge that the unl
veralty corpotatinu tnlKlit disown him
at Its next meeting keenly affected Mr.
V, who. bis f fiend say, Is woe
fully bniki n ltl spirt
With l.lHil.i'tKI rifles i;f the latest
pattern on order In Kurope. and con
tiact signed for 3 0 n.il-in batteries
Ihe Chinese empire ha made a highly
ilf.-ctlve stall on Its big army reor
ganisation scheme. The actus) crea
Hon i t China's greut war machine of
the future will . rot ably b gin lit earn
tnt some time In April or May, for
late Iti March Ihe man who ha been
chosen to take the business In hand
will leave Europe for Peking. This
Is Genet al Yin Tchana. China's great
est soldier, who for the last three
three years has been representing hi
country at the Kaiser's court In ller-
im China's new army, which I to
number l.S.'-O.oeil men and com
(nui.poiI, w.. be modeled on that grest
est of all European military machines
the army of Kaiser Wllhtlm.
The house committee on appropils
lions In congress has decided: to re
port favorably on a pension I 111 for
the fK.-al rar lib.1 J appropriating
Notwithstanding their xbloiles oter
the revoiutionlNts and the api-sniit
opiirtiititt to turn their lck on the
reci inly pixinnilxted r foim. Ihe fiiis
tihin emiH-ror siol Ms adi titers lis
taken another long step In the direc
tion of coiihI It u! i.ii.i!im t v di-tldlng
to tntrtist the fot liupciliil downs
with a !ie ttussuie of ctuistit utcttt
FALL WHEAT RAISING IN
Ths 6prlna Wheat Aress Art flspid'y
It Is only a few short years since
the Impression jreislled that a Urge
portion of the Cansdtaa Wet w uu
Ctted for agricui'ure. To such an
extent did this linpr sulon prevail
that dldtrlcts larger than European
principalities were devoted solely to
ranching purpotes, and Cocks and
herds rosined the rsrf.es Hut the
agriculturist was dolr.g some hard
thinking, and gradually experiment
were made, slomly at Crst. but sure
ly later on. As a result, to-day In
Southern Albertn. which was 'looked
upon as the "arid belt," large quanti
ties of the finest winter wheat In the
world are now grosn, ard so satis
fied are the farmers and buyers that
the Industry has passed the experi
mental s'ape that elevs'or hy the
score have been erected in the past
two years and others In course of
erection, to satisfy the dercsnds that
will be made uron them la the tear
Manitoba. "No. 1, Hard" spring
wheat has achieved a world wide
reputation, and there can be no ques
tion that ere long "No. 1 Hard" win
ter wheat from Alberta wl'l attain
similar repute. The great market for
this production will undoubtedly be
the Orient, and, with Increased rail
way facilities scd the erection of ad
ditional elevators and fouricj rr.i!;s,
a largely Inert ased acreage will be
broken to winter wheat The Increase
of u'.aiioii in Southern Altierta in
the past year has been largely due
to settlers from the I'nited States
who have brought in cariia! and en
terprise, asd who have been uniform
ly successful in their undertakings
A few more such years of growth and
"Turkey Red" winter wh-at w;:i
wave from Moose Jaw to the foothills.
Information regarding lands in the
Fall and Spring wheat belts may be
obtained of any Canadian Government
Kicker The Lord loveih a cheerful
giver. Docker Yes, but the cheerful
redpitant never gets any credit New
1 v.. t 1.
Lew Is' Single Binder straiirht Sc. !anT
smokers prefer th?3 lo Pc clears. Youir
deait-r or Ltjw la' EacWry, 1'eoru. IX
Bees are partial to sweet things, but
that Is poor consolation to the girl
who hapixbs to be s'urig by one.
- 1 e --a
To cleanse the
end Gently ;
ll'llsSsliailiiliatnaiii,, I I 1la.
Dispels colds end
bilious or con
Fcr men, women
There is only
Syrup of Figs;
to get its bene
Acts best- on
Alwcys lay the jcnue Hczizf&clxsr&i by tAfi
S 5ki frarvcisco, Cal
. C-Lovisviile, Ky.
lac fcnume oynre ot rigs 13 tor sair ty aa Irst-cars
dnjgjists. The full nanis of the ccenpaar CaHforeia
Fig Syrup Co, is alvays prir-teJ cn the front
of everr package. Price Fifty Cents per tcttle.
av av -- ,.- ' -J
L Al I Vh HhoMti U'i'iB lat'-rua, ! 'r-rr-
! refund tnm it ! w runt lit. W.
4ii.OVJt. uriatiirt- l M fksV a. tUaV. TC
Any man c.-tn wear open-work stock
ings If his w ife refuses to mend them.
ltn"s Cure for 0-tumpnoti it aa n'a;itb)s
sneitlrlne for eoufbt and coidt - N. W SaMCSU
i,kv-au lirovw, N. 1 , l- IT.
The bet-t way to avenge an Injury
Is to forget It.
1 aaares t ,
lb S-tT tfcfft I
T. r etan-tt r It iti' at iswia ert aaS ;
"Dir ssci ' is suptaioa ouacitv. i
r r m
AGENTS ' WANTED
Complete ontllt ecu be carried la pocket
cells readily amd rrcllLs arc Istcs,
ACircss & nOWIAND,
1 B.I&HS011 A-eanc, New York aty.
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Swift & Company
Year 105 Sale.
The total distributive sales for 19C:
This total Is realised from the sale
et fresh meats (beef, mutton and
pork), provision, produce (poultry,
butter acd eggs), soaps, r'ues. oils,
bones, ferUHiors, feathers, casings,
tides, woola, pelts and o'her by-prod-acta
derived from cattle, sheep, hogs
Margin of freflL
The Industry Is operated cn a mar
gin of lees than S reus to each dol
lar of sale. Swift A Co. do not sell
at retail. Tbelr entire output I sold
ai wholesale to many thousa&ls of
dealers la various parts of the vorhl.
There are hundred of local siijliter
ers throughout the Veiled Sttite
who buy their live stock In iTiretl
tlon with the facker doing un Inter
state and International business, like
wise the packer must svll In tun: pe
tition with the local slsufhl.-rers
There are so secret procest-es la the
Industry", no coa plicated and exten
sive factories, and as live stock ran
be purchased In sluu t every hamlet
and city, and the preparation cf
meats ts simile In the extreme, local
slaughtering will lor.g remain a fsc
tor In the production of fresh meats
The Urge packing houses will, how
ever, always hate these advantages:
locations at the chief live stock cen
ters, with the opportunity io buy the
best live stock; n.abufacturlr.f la
Urge quantities, at the mu;tmura of
experise; utilUstlon ot all waste ttste
tial; refri,er.ttk n; tt-.ev baclral Bi pit
anct-s; f'al-ly eKMcut buslcasa n sn
aetrfDt. Thise eJtatitsgtc are re
flectcj la the quaU'y of the packer t
Output, a quality that be leached Its
btfhest deveKpMietit lu It p'vsTu.-ts
beailug the tiaiue and tratid tf
uechssin LKs $tck.
The tr!aii;-sl iUhIi reuters are
CJ.'.ta, Ku CS'y, Oatti, b't
Louis, St. Joseph. Si. Paul atd Fort
Worth. The same metbois of pur
chasing cattle, sheep and bogs pre vail
at all cities. At Chicago, which Is
the largest t&arktt, there are about
two hundred, and fifty buyers, repre
senting packers, local U tight ere ra la
various cttiea and exporters. Of this
number, less than a score are employ
ed by Swift A Cotr.racy.
The fanner ships bla live stock to
Chicago, rooalf as them to a cosals
sion firm at the t'nlon PtccX Yards,
who sees that thy are unloaded and
rut la pens Then the buyers Inspect
them, make thrlr offers to the com
mission dealer, who accept or rejects
as Judgment dictates All buying
must be Cnlshed at t o'clock each day.
and the injtr must pay spot cash.
If the roma.'asion man ha no satis
factory offer be can bold t'.s stock
over to the text day. He get lis
commission 'roni the farmer, and nat
urally a'H'rs to get the tt&hest pos
slliie trice for bis client.
Wtwiesale Distributlej Houses.
A wholesale d strlbutlng bouse ts a
giant refrigerator, but Instead c-f
arches there are trolley rail, frvta
which are a-itpecded hoiks to bstg
ti carcasses. Son- of the bouses
cost aa r.u.h as a hundred thousaod
dollarg to build acd eu'.p. As a rule
they are of pressed brick, the Ildes
being lined flotir, wall and ce-illcg
with ttghly polUhed hardwood The
fiiKr are covered dally with fresh
sawdust, and a'l are kept sjvvlets'T
clean. There are over three but-lred
it these wholesale bousr la variocs
cities cf the Vulted S s'.e. atrd the
puhllo U always stUva tv xU't
All the Sslft Coapny r'-a's are
hnsteJ at the treat li t,ck K sr
ket. la tSs b-rt of tie great ajrl
cultursl aectlors. where ca be jyr
rhsaed the fuesl graie of ct'.ii.
al-.ecp au j bs. We have sevva psck
Ir.g floats, tB.fli'ilrj at e5, f-va
to to !ht thovjaai f?or;
Tl folios; g't-rs the irati.'BI
4 auj ' vf the '.frerxbt l'au':.
I5u'!1tn-s, Sp-aoe, I -and.
Acrra. Acrva. Acrn.
Chicago 414 IT il
Karias City . TS J l5
Ore ah a C tt IJ
St. Louis T Jt,
St. Joe;h , tjv,
8U raul ( 11 JC
Tort Wor.h ... J IS XJ
The total euxt-er of persons eta
ployed la al! the Swift pack-.r.g placis
and branch bouse aggregate ever
K.fOO perwota Conditloes tr aa
r'.oyti la ti Taring catsfsctarlrg
and op-erattcg departmec'.a 1 cue'Ja
oxlly Iccprorttg wita the cvsinc'.K-o
of new bulld'.cg sad the les'sllatloa
of new aad up-to-ate eutprcf ct.
an tation snj Hyg
Tbe housewife tcakee so greater f
fort to keep her kitchen cle-aa than
we do to keep In sstitary and bjg'.ec'-c
cctdS'.toa car abattoirs, Thy are
thorotifily c-ul't-ed at the ce of
each dv"a o;r4'iivi, aad automatic
arr-'acce are ttsei wherever p-4l-t!
la orv'er to e'.lx'.r.ai the p.'roaal
; fcacilltj t'f nceau. R'jid rule gov-
rtlr.g thre polat are s-iU-tly n-frc-ei:
lax:ty neaa disa:!!.
Vis ter A';s Wsl-coene.
No Cher lad-utry In the world
give such a cor' 11 welcome to visit
ors as Swift A Co. W keep Opew
house the year aroun-L asd rr!nt'.a
a coirs cf special'y traiaei glides,
w'.'.h 5eclj lvtor aid rest rociss.
la one year we have ea'.ertaloej over
a quarter of a t.i'.'s.'u uf ma aad
won.ea; la oe day Orand Artuy
5y, IJ-.l we entrrtilaed ti COO.
Among our viei'ors hxve be a suilas
siior f.int f.-rvlga goverotr.ea',
rr'.rce. eot'.em aad dis'.lc-i'.thed
ci.lieas front all laaJ a til exlaect
f.lis fnm every state la the Vulon
We wisi to ltt:;'.UrU the public
Otir tnethvv's. S5 l the test w sy
to do Ct Is to Ut the puVlic sve t r
I'n-'.f W have bo secrvt inttsnt
or tte.ho-! la any ;irt-.r.vat.
ft, ft a Pr-f w H'ta 4 8jnjv
f-l';' rrvtt.uttt Miss Slid facoa
j Sf li-.-rs ly iul lio(itly .;.. -a
tbin ay c'.ier tracl. Their pctb
l'.y la due to the ncifarta quality aa4
jw of the cseat, asd to their taw
arpeansnc whea received from the
dealer. Eacti plc is braaed 00 Ll,
rlad. "Swlft'a rreciiia U. S. lispeci
d." aad wrwpfJ la chewecio& aa4
white parchntect pspe-r.
Lock f ir the Iraal, "Swift's Fres
Utu." w hen buying bate aad ba-cuo,
Cssirt'a Mlvee Leaf Laetf
U a strlctiy pure Ufi. kettle read
ered, asd rt t; Ii 1 1 and Hpoa4
s-iled paa. tt Is America's Staai
srd IaM. aad enjoys a tigh repatae
tka acd aa courtuoua sale.
8 wift's Aoape.
Aa Icterest'.eg fi-atore cf a trie
through the CUeafo plait t a visit to
the sp factory, one cf th largest
acd Bjost complete ta thl totiairy.
There we tuacufsc'.urw auoterous toi
let aad laundry aoaps, aai wi.icj
Amveg which are:
Wool So?. -HA'iVlj aai ftvorwVy
Vajsa; fr l.i'tt aud t-i'.h, sal vo
lsg fee fabric.
Crosn Prtttcvsa Toilet Somji, blfchlj'
SeUt a Pttie X?, for Uaxdry aa
SwtfV Pride Washlug Powjor. ua.
ur;At.d fr all cloeclug psit;ct4.
Swlft'a Preu.Uuj Hanx
Ifwi't Precvlum Inacca
Swtf.'s Premtu Slicel I'acoa.
Ssift's iTeaiiata Ijtrd
Swift' Winchester lUia
Ssifts Wlnvheeter lUcoa
l'-riv 1 i.-l J Esrta Saust
Sw.f; ' S lter laf lard
Jew! Lri Cotiijoiiai
Swif.'s Jtrat-y Putierina
S lV;f fxtrxct
Selft's li.if E.'ull
Sst.'i Prts.i.:a XiiiiEvl C. ! ::
S.-etiUi Tv-' rt
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