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The morning times. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1895-1897, November 24, 1895, Part 2, Image 17

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The public will well remember the great excitement that pre
vailed in Center Market when, on October 27, we celebrated our
Fifth Anniversary. No greater triumph than this has ever been
recorded to the credit of Butterine the pure,, sweet, wholesome
product of the cow over Butter. Thousands were converted to
the Butterine Creed of Health and Purity on that day, and tens of
thousands of Washington people are now convinced that Preju
dicethat Arch-enemy of Progress-alone has kept them from its
use.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
will see a repetftion of the triumphs of-that memorable day, for oh
these days we shall present every purchaser of Clover Creamery,
Alderney Creamery, or Extra Dairy, with a MAGNIFICENT ENGRAV
ING FREE. This is no ordinary souvenir, but a masterpiece of art,
exquisitely engraved. It is a superb reproduction of that wonder
ful painting of the greatest animal painter that the world knows,
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ROSA BONHEUR
This picture depicts in a manner that stirs tbe blood and quickens the pulses of every- lover of that noble w
animal the horse, the heads of three magnificent . steeds. So vividly realistic is the painting, so wonderfully life- , t
like is the effect, so true to ajt is the every detail that it 'has been pronounced one of the greatest clief cPceitvres-
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is the title. Every purchaser of a pound of our Butterine is entitled, absolutely free of charge to one of these
engravings, which has no advertising upon it to mar its beauty whatever.
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The Truth About Butterine.
Butterine is made chiefly of oleo oil, churned with
large proportions of Creamery-Butter and Cream. Oleo oil
is pressed from the sweet fat of beeves. It corresponds
with the oil of natural butter. It is of a yellowish color;
and. its taste is sweet. The. particular, goodness of oleo oil
is shown by the fact that it will not grow rancid.
Butterine is made in creameries where cleanliness is
scrupulously- observed. It is put up in neat packages. It
is-so clean and pure, that the. eye- sees it at once.
"We. sell three grades of Butterine:
1. Clover Creamery the best Butterine; in the. world.
The price is 25c a, pound.
2.. Alderne3' Creamery almobt as good as Clover.
The price is 20c a. pound, or 19a if you buy S pounds or
more- There is really so little difference that it is next
to impossible to detect it The purity of the one equals
the other, but the flavor of clover creamery is a trifle more
delicate. We sell at least 100 pounds of alderney to one
pound of clover. It seems that alderney suits almost
everybody;
3. Evtra dairy generally used for cooking. It is ab
solutety pure, and costs lSe a pound. It is better than the
best butter, and still it is the lowest priced Butterine
The Growth of Butterine.
The most astonishing thing about Butterine is its
growth in popularity. The increase of product in four
years is difficult to realize.
The law requires us to furnish sworn statements as to
the extent of our Butterine output Following-is a copy of
the figures filed with our report:
POUNDS
Year ending June 30, 9I 236,4-72
" " 92 303,539
" " '93 836,495
" 'S4- 1,121,723
" " '95 - 1,276,4-05
There is muf e but powerful argument in those figures
There is nothings accidental about the increase. People
wouldn't buy'Butterine if it wasn't better than Butter.
The minute people try Butter ine that settles it The
minute they realize that their objection to it is nothing-.
but prejudice, just that minute they begin to save money
and begin to eat pure Butterine on their bread.
BUTTERINE IS BETTER THAN BUTTER
AND COSTS LESS.
It is safer, healthfer, purer, more cleanly made,-mtfre nourishing, keeps longer, costs less than Butter.
An exquisite Bodklet, complete, with beatltiful half-.tone illustrations, belongs to every man, woman,
and child in Washington about Butterine." You should calif oryours.
Lay Aside All Prejudice.
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