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i MOULTON'S CADILLAC SALT I
/ft „„ „ Piano, 111., Aug. 10, 1900. \j>
A PURE-99.38 per cent. . Mesgrg Francig D Moulton &Co ( Jg
A KEEPS LOOSE in the package—see Gentlemen: I have found Moulton"* Jg
JP testimonials. Cadillac Salt to be all right, and would W
fflj ECONOMICAL in quantity needed to not uge &ny other yy
/|\ salt butter properly. , Yours truly, ft}
§EVEN GRAIN, excelling all other .. Piano Creamery, X*
domestic brands in this respect. Wm Grelch, Propr. jK
BULKY AND FLAKY, filling the F"^ 1 - _. 1 yjf
largest barrel of any butter salt on the 1 |^% I m m 1 Heizer, Kas., June 22, 1900. \fr
§ market. • 1 M Wm^, 1 %# 1 Messrs. Francis D. Moulton & Co., •?&
PRICE lower for quality given than WBtUr PHBi^fegm w ■ Gentlemen: Moulton's Cadillac Salt W
any other domestic dairy salt. . is satisfactory in every respect. It is W
NOTE—If butter is dry before salt- nice tQ handle; does not require so \M
ting, %of an ounce to a pound of but- _ __ much to galt butter perfectly as it does ih
ter is sufficient, and in no case over 1 t -Xx X" MX IVI some other well-known brands; dis- }X
ounce to a pound of butter, and it ■ ■"• m ■ solves thoroughly and is taken up W
seems that % of an ounce is about _ evenly by the butter. It is all you \|f
OS right. Don't look for the strength of vi DA D ATA CD C^ claim for it and we recommend it. \W
>i\ the salt the first day after the butter C« r^#AlV#^ I iV : Yours respectfully, X
aT is packed; let it stand 24 to 36 hours Heiser Creamery Co., Tjf
2? after packing and you will find your ■ — J *-^-£ Geo. Everett, Sec. w
Cl> butter perfectly salted. 0X311091 Q OT W
«S ' Norborne, Mo., Aug. 18, 1900. ifr
A\ Ravenswood, Mo., Aug. 16, 1900. _^ « « #-^ —I Messrs. Francis D. Moulton & Co., X
;J: Francis D. Moulton & Co., +■ A W ■■ ■ Gentlemen: We have used Moul- W
W Gentlmen: We can recommend Wi ■'w ton , g Cadillac Salt and like it very \U
fa Moulton's Cadillac Salt with pleasure; much W
/|\ it is as good as any salt on the market. Norborne Creamery Co., eft
iK Yours respectfully, N# Rasmussen, Mgr. JfT
2? H. A. Zum Brunnen & Co. W
I MERZ DAIRY SUPPLY COMPANY, SEATTLE^^
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situated in Chelan county, Washington.
J Why, then, does this company sell stock, and so cheap? A small block will be sold to keep the development
, "''• work going until the railroad now being built is finished, when we shall ship our ore and pay regular dividends.
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■ — ; O. R. DAHL, Secretary,
P O Box 187 Office> 528 N' V' Bl°ck ' Seattle ' Wash'