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* A. E. SMITH
* Contractor
* Plastering and Cement V m I c
* in all its branches
* Pkene 60M
* ••••••••••a
* HAVRE MONUMENTAL &
CUT STONE CO.
* N. B. Terrey, Prop.
* I—parted and Domestic Marble
* and Granite Monumental Work
* HAVRE, MONT.

* ELMER JOHNSON
* Plumbing and Heating
* Phone 148
*
• «AMES 0. WEAVER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
* Special attention to United
" Sftates Land Office business
GLASGOW, MONT.

* THE BANK CAFE
* First Class Eating Place
* of Glasgow
* In New First National Bank
* Building. Phone 154
**»•»»••••••
* MUMIE AGNES HOPF, R. N.
Trained Graduate
Registered Nurse
* Wetf Peint, ... Montana
*•***#**•«*•
NOTICE OF CLOSING OF REGIS
TRATION
Notice is hereby given, that the regis
tration of electors for the Primary
Bieetion to be held on April 23rd, 1920,
wiH dose Tuesday, March 9th, 1920,
at 6:00 o'clock p. m. If you did not
vote at the last General Election, or
register since that time, you will be
obliged to register if you wish to vote
at this election.
Electors may register for the en
suing election by appearing before the
connty clerk, at his office, or by ap
pearing before a deputy register or be
fore any notary public or justice of
the peace, in the manner provided by
law.
Dated at Glasgow, County of Valley,
State of Montana, this 21st day of
January, 1920.
C. W. KAMPFER,
County Clerk and Ex-Officio Regis
trar of Valley County, Montana.
Jan. 23-Mar. 5
NOTICE OF CLOSING OF REGIS
TRATION
Notice is hereby given, that the reg
istration of electors for the annual
City election to be held in the City of
Glasgow, County of Valley, State of
Montana, Monday, April 5th, 1920,
w® close Friday, February 20th, 1920,
at 5:00 o'clock p. m. If you did not
vote at the last general election, or
register since that time, you will be
obliged to register if you wish to vote
at this election.
Electors may register for the en
suing election by appearing before the
county clerk, at his office, or by ap
pearing before a deputy register or be
fore any notary public or justice of
the peace, in the manner provided by
law.
Dated at Glasgow, County of Valley,
State of Montana, this 2ist day of
Januarv, 1920.
C. W. KAMPFER,
County Clerk and Ex-Officio Regis
trar of Valley County, Montana.
Jan. 2o-Mar 5
NOTICE OF CLOSING OF REGIS
TRATION
Notice is hereby given, that the reg
istration of electors for the annual city
election to be held in the City of
Nashua, County of Valley, State of
Montana, Monday, April 5th, 1920, will
close Friday, February 20th, 1920, at
5 o'clock p. m. If you did not vote at
the last general election, or register
since that time, you will be obliged to
register if you wish to vote at this
election.
Electors may register for the en
suing election by appearing before the
county clerk, at his office, or by ap
pearing before a deputy register or be
fore any notary public or justice of
the peace, in the manner provided by
law.
fated at Glasgow, County of Valley,
State of Montana, this 21st day of
Januarv, 1920.
C. W. KAMPFER,
County Clerk and Ex-Officio Regi
trar of Valley County, Montana.
.fan 93-Mar K
ALIAS SUMMONS
In the District Court of the Seven
teenth Judicial District of the State
of Montana, in and for the County
of Valley.
The Glasgow National Bank, a -cor
poration, Plaintiff,
versus
Vern W. Drake, Edna P. Drake, Oliver
M. Foust, Laura Foust, J. L. Trus
eott, and Keith Commercial Agency,
Defendants.
The State of Montana to the above
named defendants, Greeting:
You are hereby summoned to an
swer the complaint which is filed in
the office of the clerk of this court, a
copy of which is herewith served upon
you, and to file your answer and serve
a copy thereof upon plaintiff's attor
nej within twenty days after the ser
vice of this summons, exclusive of the
day of service; and in case of your
failure to appear or answer, judgment
will be taken against you by default,
for the relief demanded in the com
plaint.
That said action is brought to ob
tain a decree of the court for the fore
closure of two (2) certain mortgages
described in the complaint herein exe
cuted by Vern W. Drake and Edna P.
Drake on the 1st day of May, 1917,
and the 13th day of June, 1917, re
spectively. The first mortgage given
to secure the payment of the sum of
Three Hundred Thirty (330) Dollars,
according to the terms of six (6) cer
tain promissory notes executed of
even date with said mortgage, the
first of which being for the sum of
Thirty ($30.00) Dollars and due No
vember 1, 1917, the remaining five (5)
being for the sum of sixty ($60.00)
Dollars each due the first days of No
vember, 1918, 1919, 1920, 1921 and
1922, respectively, all of said notes
bearing interest at the rate of twelve
(12) per cent per annum until fully
paid.
The second of said mortgages given
to secure the payment of a .certain
promissory note executed by Vera W
Drake and Edna P. Drake for the sum
of Five Hundred ($500.00) Dollars and
due November 1, 1917, bearing inter
est at the rate of twelve (12) per cent
per annum until fully paid.
That the following described prem
ises situated, lying and being in the
County of Valley and state of Mon
tana, to-wit:
Northwest quarter (NW%) of Sec
tion twenty (20) and Southwest quar
ter (SWYt) of Section seventeen (17),
in Township twenty-nine (29) North
of Range thirty-seven (37) East, Mon
tana Meridian, in Valley county, Mon
tana, containing 320 acres, more or
less, according to the United States
government survey thereof, be sold
and the proceeds thereof be applied to
the payment first, of the expenses of
sale and cost of suit; and second, to
the satisfaction of plaintiff's demand,
and in case proceeds are not sufficient
then to obtain an execution for any
deficiency that may be docketed
against said defendants, Vera W.
Drake and Edna P. Drake; and that
all persons claiming by, through, or
under them, may be barred and fore
closed of all right, title, claim, lien
equity of redemption and interest in
said mortgaged premises, and for at
torney's fees in the sum of One Hun
dred Fifty ($150.00) Dollars, and for
such other and further relief.
Witness my hand and the seal of said
court this 23rd day of January, A. D.
1920.
(Court Seal) OSCAR S. CUTTING,
Clerk.
By W. L. Cutting, Deputy Clerk.
Noms, Hurd & McKellar, and Otis A.
Hallett, Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Jan. 23-30-Feb. 6-13
ALIAS SUMMONS.
In the District Court of the Seven
teenth Judicial District of the State
of Montana, in and for the County
of Valley.
Valley County Bank of Hinsdale, a
corporation,
Plaintiff
vs.
Fred McCammond, Lulu McCammond
and Lula Purviance,
Defendants.
The State of Montana, to the above
named Dedendant, Greeting:
You are hereby summoned to ans
wer the complaint which is filed in
the office of the Clerk of this Court,
copy of which is herewith served upon
you, and to file your answer and serve
a copy thereof upon the plaintiff's at
torney within twenty days after the
service of this summons exclusive of
the day of service, and in case of
your failure to appear or answer
judgment will be taken against you
by default for the relief demanded in
the complaint.
That said action is brought to ob
tain a decree of this court for the
foreclosure of a certain mortgage de
scribed in the complaint herein exe
cuted by Fred McCammond and Lulu
McCammond on the 28th day of
March, 1918, which said mortgage
was given to secure the payment of
the sum of $325.00, according to the
terms of one certain promissory note
executed of even date with said mort
gage, with interest at the rate of
twelve (12) per cent per annum until
fully paid, and for $190.00, together
with interest thereon from the first
day of January, 1919, at the rate of
twelve (12) per cent per annum, and
for $83.00, together with interest
thereon at the rate of twelve (12) per
cent per annum from the first day of
December, 1918, and for $120.12, to
gether with interest thereon from the
first day of August, 1919, at the rate
of twelve (12) per cent per annum,
for $48.00 costs of abstract, and for
$150 reasonable attorney's fees.
That the following described prem
ises situate, lying and being in the
county of Valley and state of Mon
tana, to-wit:
South half of the southeast quarter
(SVfcSE^i); south half of the south
west quarter (S%SW>4) section three
(3); west half of the southeast quar
ter (W%SE%), south half of the
southwest quarter (SVèSW^i) section
two (2) ; north half of the northwest
uarter (NMiNWVi ) of section eleven
11), in township thirty-one (31)
north of range thirty-six (36) east,
Montana meridian, containing 400
acres more or less according to the
plat of the survey thereof returned
to the general land office by the sur
veyor general of the United States,
be sold and the proceeds thereof ap
plied to the payment, first, of the ex
penses of sale and costs of suit, and
second, to the satisfaction of plaintiff's
demand, and in case proceeds are not
sufficient then to obtain an execution
for any deficiency that may be docket
ed against said defendants, Fred Mc
Cammond and Lulu McCammond, and
that all persons claiming by, through
or under them may be barred and fore
closed of all right, title, claim, lien,
equity of redemption and interest in
said mortgaged premises, and for such
other and further relief as to the court
may seem equitable and just.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said court this 23rd day of January,
A. D. 1920.
OSCAR S CUTTING,
(Court Seal) Clerk of said court.
By W. L. Cutting, Deputy.
Norris, Hurd & McK»llar and Otis A.
Hallet, attorneys for Plaintiff, Glas
gow, Mont. Jan. 23-30-Feb. 6-13
Chronic Constipation.
There are people who never have
a movement of the bowels without it
is produced by a cathartic. Most of
them have brought that condition on
themselves by the use of mineral wat
ers and strong cathartics that take
too much water out of the system and
aggravate the disease they are meant
to relieve. A mild laxative tonic like
Chamberlain's Tablets affords a gentle
movement of the bowels that you hard
ly realize has been produced by a med
icine, and their use is not so likely to
be followed by constipation.
THE POINT OF VIEW.
Sarcasm is the weapon of the weak
and shallow.
It is the poisoned blade whose slight
est prick
Makes sickness.
And never is wielded by men of
strength,
Who give and take manly thrusts.
Better a reputation for stealing sheep
Or loving the league of nations
Than be known as the sprayer
Of the slime of sarcasm.
Annual Financial Statement
(Continued from page 0)
RECONCILEMENT.
Treasurer's Cash Balance Nov. 30, 1918 $315,989.21
Total Receipts, all sources as above 644^775.84
Amount Warrants Cancelled during year 613.18
Amount County Warrants outstanding at end of year 33,940.24
Am't Trust & Agency Orders outstanding end of year ' 36.61
To Adjust Outstanding Warrants 470.79
Treasurer's Cash Balance $353,202.32
Total Payments, all purposes, as above 589,307.29
Amount County Warrants outstanding beginning year 53,316.26
$995,825.87
$995,825.87
TOOLS AND MACHINERY.
Road Plows
Road Scrapers : 70
Road Graders 18
Fresnos * 29
Shovels and Spades ' 20
Drags 1""" "... 5
Augers
Crowbars . ,1
Picks
Brush Scythes 1
Doubletrees and Eveners 3
Road Roller, complete 1
Road Fixers *. 10
Graders 2
Plows 2
SCHOOL LEVIES FOR VARIOUS SCHOOL DISTRICTS.
School District No.
13
13
13
10
12 U,
11 "
13%
16 y 2
10
11
00
11
11
14
13
12
1
16
25
11
mills
OPERATION OF CASH ACCOUNTS, COUNTY FUNDS.
Fund Balance Received Totals Paid and Bal. Dec. 1
Dec. 1, 1918 & Charged Credited 1919
General Fund $ 32,303.16 $100,940.84 $133,244.00 $ 92,624.72 S 40,619.28
Road Fund 31,208.36 65,769.13 96,977.49 63,187.08 33,790.41
Poor Fund 5,555.07 25,262.57 30,817.64
22,436.07 33,161.53
66,827.95 89,971.67
19,428.32 35,814.88
22.13 65.13
4,745.29 5,800.31
7,469.74 10,851.14
1,649.66 1,649.66
9,160.49 10,508.86
11,881.38 11,881.38
3,545.40 3,545.40
Bridge Fund 10,725.46
Contingent Fund.. 23,143.72
Bond Sink'g Fund
Institute Fund ....
Undist. Personal ....
Prot. Tax Fund ....
County Fair Fund
Gopher Fund 1,348.37
Classificat'n Fund
Agri. Exten
16,386.56
43.00
1,055.02
3,381.40
18,083.71
21,935.47
60,327.02
17,530.00
2,473.16
954.84
1,637.87
5,353.36
4,790.59
12,733.93
11,226.06
29,644.65
18,284.88
65.13
3,327.15
9,896.30
11.79
5,155.50
7,090.79
3,545.40
Totals $125,150.12 $339,138.97 $464,289.09 $288,897.82 $175,391.27
OPERATION OF WARRANT ACCOUNTS, COUNTY FUNDS ONLY.
Fund Outstand'g Issued Total Redeemed Outstand'g
Dec. 31, '18 & Charged Nov 30, '19
General Fund $ 33,914.03 $ 73,462.40 $107,376.43 $ 90,533.30 $ 16,843.13
Road Fund 13,298.88 60,199.69 73,498.57 63,192.46 10,306.11
Poor Fund 1,963.46 17,608.20 19,571.66 18,010.56 1,561.10
Bridge Fund 3,796.14 18,880.57 22,676.71 21,760.56 916 15
Contingent Fund .. 343.75 56,127.30 56,471.05 55,135.65 1,335.40
County Fair Fund 1,675.48 1,675.48 1,623.03 52.45
Protested Tax F'd 518.39 518.39 468.96 49.43
Gopher Fund 3,987.99 3,987.99 3,954.49 33.50
Land Classificat'n 7,585.73 7,585.73 4,742.76 2,842 97
Totals $ 53,316.26 $240,045.75 $293,362.01 $259,421.77 $ 33 ^940.24
DELINQUENT TAXES RECEIVABLE (County Portion)
1903
1904
1905
1906
1910
1912
1913
1914
1915
1916
1917
1918
1919
lOTo Penalty 1919 Taxes
71.04
97.61
24.67
33.57
136.72
812.77
336.78
1,673.20
1,635.17
2,629.89
13,777.91
38,646.08
64,990.35
9,561.13
Total Delinquent Taxes Receivable
TRUST & AGENCY ASSETS AND LIABILITIES.
Cash $177,811.05
Special Imp. Taxes 46,247.64
Taxes Receivable:
903 A
904 A
905 A
906 A
910 A
912 A
912 B
913 A
913 B
45.19
46.94
19.94
26.15
145.60
177.83
655.73
55.52
156.11
914 A 1,400.91
914 B 580.13
915 A 189.32
915 B 616.65
916 A 1,295.22
916 B 896.21
917 A 3,561.48
917 B 4,492.25
918 A & B 15,588.18
919 30,621.01
$284,629.06
I. Trust and Agency Re
serves $
II. Trust and Agency Or
ders Outstanding
..$134,426.89
4,592.45
36.61
$284,629.06
Date
DETAIL OF BOND ISSUES OUTSTANDING.
Purpose
Int.
Oct. 1 1903 —Refund Warrants ...A %
Jan. 1, 1910—Refund Warrants ....4%%
Mar. 1, 1913 —Bridge 5 %
Jan. 1, 1915 —Refund Warrants ....5%%
Oct. 1, 1919—Refund Warrants ....5Yz%
Int. Term of Option
Payable Bond
Jan.-July
Jan.-July
Jan.-July
Jan.-July
Jan.-July
20
20
20
20
20
10
10
10
10
15
Outstand'g
Nov 30,'19
$ 67,000.00
83,000.00
65,000.00
143,000.00
96,000.00
Total $454,000.00
STATE OF MONTANA,")
County of Valley \
SS - T n ™ V * „ „ ETAOiN ETAOIN NNNN
1. O. W. Kampfer, County Clerk in and for the county aforesaid, do sol
emnly swear that the foregoing report is a full and true statement of the
financial, condition the County of Valley, State of Montana, for the fiscal
year ending November 30th, 1919, to the best of my knowledge and belief
C. W. KAMPFER,
County Clerk.
_ By J. F. Hoffman, Deputy,
subscribed and sworn to before me and in my presence this 5th day of
February, 1920. J
H. G. WOLKING,
County Auditor.
\r A PP rove d by the Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners of
valley County, State of Montana, this 5th day of February, A. D. 1920
PETER A. WEST,
Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners.
FOOD PRICES UP 50
TO 200 PER CENT
Increases of from 50 to 200 per cent
in retail prices of the principal food
products of the country and from 70
to more than 200 per cent in whole
sale prices during the last six years
are shown in figures issued this week
by the bureau of labor statistics.
Taking the year of 1913 as the nor
mal year for basing comparative pri
ces, the bureau shows that by Decem
ber, 1919, retail prices of meats had
advanced from 50 to 80 per cent over
the average for 1913. Bacon and ham
led in meat prices, with increases of
86 per cent each and pork chops stood
second highest, with an advance of
81 per cent. Butter rose 104 per cent;
eggs, 161 per cent; hens, 84 per cent,
and lard, 121 per cent.
Bread-stuffs and dairy products
climbed to higher levels than the meat
group. Flour advanced 133 per cent,
bread 179 per cent; rice, 103 per cent,
and potatoes 153 per cent. Coffee, tea
and sugar showed advances of 64, 27
and 164 per cent respectively. Cheese
went up 96 per cent and milk 88 per
cent. Wholesale clothing prices show
ed an increase of 235 per cent last
December over the 1913 levels, and
house furnishings went up 203 per
cent.
STOCKGROWERS TO
BE ASKED TO USE
PURE BRED SIRES
State College, Bozeman, Feb. 10.—
County agents of Montana will be
ready to issue, within the coming two
weeks, blanks for the enrollment of
farmers and stockgrowers in the na
tional campaign for "Better Sires-Bet
ter Stock." Dr. E. H. Riley, livestock
extension specialist at the state col
lege, announces that the work of en
rollment will be well under way in
Montana before March 1.
The campaign which has as its aim
the enrollment of livestock men in the
work of producing better grades of
livestock, was started in the United
States last October and is already
returning interesting figures. Work
Montana was delayed for many rea
sons, although interest among live
stock men has been keen since the
movement was first started.
The stockgrower who signs one of
the government blanks promises to
use only pure bred sires on his farm
or ranch. While the government holds
that such practice will eventually lead
to pure bred females,'it is not urging
the use of pure bred females in the
present campaign to any extent great
er than the ability of the individual
easily to provide them.
To each Montana farmer and stock
grower who enrolls in the campaign
and thereby promises to use nothing
but pure bred sires in the future, will
be given an emblem, furnished jointly
by the government and the state. The
emblems are granted generally upon
the day that the enrollment is receiv
ed and will become the "lodge button"
of America's leading stockgrowers.
UNITED STATES FIRST IN OIL.
Estimated production of 370,000,000
barrels of oil in 1919 in the United
States, or two-thirds of the total out
put, emphasizes the great hold which
the oil industry of this country has
on world industries. The United
States has produced 57 per cent of
the world's total output of 7,000,000,
000 barrels since 1859. With the
Mexican fields, developed largely by
American capital, it is supplying the
bulk of the world's oil requirements.
In 1917 Mexico produced 55,292,
770 barrels, or 11 per cent of the
world's total. This was a gain of 160
per cent over 1914. Current exports
point to a production of 80,000,000 in
Mexico in 1919.
This amount is far below Mexico's
ability to produce oil, and is a result
largely of its policy toward foreign
croporations. World production for
1917 was 500,000,651,086 barrels, a
30 per cent increase over that of 1913.
For the Children.
Too much care cannot be exercised
in selecting a cough remedy for chil
dren. It should be pleasant to take,
contain no harmful drug and most ef
fectual in curing their coughs and
colds. Long experience has shown
that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
meets these conditions. It is a favor
ite with many mothers.
You'll Relish Your
Dinners at Our
Cafe
We Serve All Kinds of
Specials in Season
Bank Cafe
Bottled Manpower
Coughs and colds are weakening.
Get rid of them as quickly as you
can. Catarrh in any form "saps the
vitality. Fight It and tipht it hard.
There is a remedy to help you do It
—a medicine of forty-seven years'
established merit. Try It.
PE-RU-NA
For Catarrh and Catarrhal Conditions
It purifies the blood, regulates the
digestion, aids elimination, toi*4s
up the nerve centers and carries
health to all the mucous linings.
J'or the relief of tiiose pains in
stomach and bowels, belching, sour
stomach, rheumatism, pains in the
back, sides and loins, PE-RU-NA is
recommended.
PE-RU-NA restores
to healthy action the
vital organs which
are so intimately re
lated to the strength
and vigor of the na
tion.
There are fourteen
ounces of health giv
ing punch and pen
In every bottle. PE
RU - NA is a good
medicine to have in
the house, ready-to
take for emergencies.
It is a good remedy
to use any time.
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TABLETS OR LIQUID
SOLO EVERYWHERE
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GREAT ACTIVITY IN
STATE FARM LOANS
The report of Sidney Miller, regis
ter of state lands, covering the oper
ations of the state land department
during January shows tfcat during
the month named 55 farm loans were
completed amounting to $91,050.00
There were pending February 7, 69
applications for loans amounting to
$134,450. The farm loans now in
force aggregate $3,431,820.
The report shows that the cash on
hand February 1 in the different per
manent funds was $297,742. Of this
amount $214,265.44 was in the com
mon school fund, and the remainder
in the various funds of tbfe higher
institutions of learning. During the
month in addition to the farm loans
made, the state board of land com
missioners purchased $258,869.40 of
state warrants and $20,857 of school
bonds.
APPETITE FOR SWEETS.
No industry is growing by leaps
and bounds in the west like the man
ufacture of confectionery. The west
ern people love outdoor life, turn read
ily away from harmful stimulants and
take to confectionery like a duck to
moisture.
Combined with soft-drink and ice
cream parlors, cigar stand trade and
drug store trade, the retail candy busi
ness has grown almost to the propor
tions of the grocery business and has
far outstripped hardware and farm
machinery.
Old-time candy manufacturing was
simplicity itself compared with the
growth of an educated taste and all
the combinations of food and fruit
values, that makes the confectionery
trade next to the hotel and restau
rant business a feeder of the nation.
By combining nut products, choco
lates, fruits and dairy products with
sugar, confectionery has become the
greatest single food article, probably
next to bread and meat, and is used
by all generations.
A GOOD STORY REPEATED.
Several years ago, when George
Harvey still had entre at the White
House, Harvey told Wilson a story
of a conversation with an illiterate
man whom he happened to meet in an
out-of-the-way place. Harvey amused
himself by asking the man various
questions and finally in talking about
Mark Twain's stories, asked him if he
knew "Puddenhead Wilson." "No,"
was the response, "but I voted for
him." The way President Wilson has
held up the ratification of the peace
treaty by stubbornly insisting upon
the "supreme sacrifice" makerf- repe
tition of the story peculiarly appro
priate.
Our Prices Mean
Shopping Economics
The best of everything in choice
cuts of meat and good grade of
canned goods. Fresh vegetables al
ways on hand
Remember the Farm Bureau Short-Course,
February 19th at Orpheum Theatre
Glasgow Meat Market
L. E. WELLS, Prop.
FOR SALE
Lumber, Wood and Roofing. If you
contemplate building, get my prices
before you buy.
A. E. Smith
J. L. Truscott's old stand
it
's Like Finding Money"
says the Good Judge
When you take a little
chew of this real quality
tobacco, and the good
tobacco taste begins to
come.
You'll find it keeps com
ing, too. The rich to
bacco taste lasts and
lasts. You don't have
to take a fresh chew so
often. Any man who
uses the Real Tobacco
Chew will tell you that.
Put Up In Two Styles
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
W-B CUT Is a long fine-cut tobacco
ARMY PAY, SAY TEACHERS.
Thirteen male teachers in the public
schools of Pittsburgh, Penn., have
made a proposition to the board of
education to be put on an army basis
for pay and subsistence. These teach
ers served with distinction in the world
war and they ask the school board to
give them $33 a month with board,
clothes and lodging furnished. They
claim they do not get the equivalent
of that now. As teachers their pay
ranges from $120 to $217 a month.
Even people who don't count for
much any other time can count for
one in the census check.
Well 'Är med"!
When company comes
there is no time to
waste—no chances to
be taken—so mother
sees that there is al
ways a can of
CALUMET
Baima powder
must be dressed up in
their best taste and
locks.
Then, too, her reputa
tion as a cook musf
be upheld — and she
"stakes" it on Calumet
every time. She knows it
will not disappoint her.
Order a can and have the
"company" kind of bakings
every day.
Calumet contains only euch
ingredients as have been
approved officially by the
U. S. Food Authorities.
Ym un «hl jro« bay iL
Y m un wfcea yom il

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