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The Educational Tandem of Today. MENTION THE RANCH WHEN WRITING.
I MOULTON'S Cadillac SalT
Minneapolis, Minn., Aug. 20, 1900.
is the favorite salt for butter and cheese in all sections. Mess Francis d Mouiton & Co .
Gentlemen: In the past year we
M m -- mm ■■ . • ! c .« i have bought more than a thousand bar-
An even grain, not too fine is one of the charac- re is of Mouiton-s cadmac Butter salt.
' and find it an all around, first-class
tPri^tir^s nf Butter Salt. We have used it in but-
ICIISIIL-i) Ul ter to go into storage, as well as for
immediate consumption, and would
HH I • ■ g% J"|| a 111 not wish a better Salt.
■VI 0 IL 0 S 30111 3 C w3IL Minneapolis Cold Storage Co.
I St. Paul., Neb., Sept. 24, 1900.
I - Mess. Francis Mouiton & Co.
mm M. |— Gentlemen: We have used Moul
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I VV L. V«/ Li IV/I I r^L llxlr\ L. V^ IX V^ L. IV fault with it; we can recommend it
g as being as good a grade of .salt as
m iii ininiin o a we have ever used in the creamery.
I Alpha and Baby DeLaval Cream Separators. *° creameryman would ever regret
M ' J ' giving the Salt a lair trial.
I MERZ DAIRY SUPPLY COMPANY. ST pT.°SEZokr.'
I ■ Edward Jensen, Buttermaker.
1 MINNEAPOLIS COLD STORAGE CO.,
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■Have exclusive agency for all Eastern Washington, ' including ard Tps,f ABOARD./ y^f^^^f^^^^ I
Have exclusive agency for all Eastern Washington, including I . v.? 1 ■■■■''■ - ■ / ?o<zw\ 3^^ I
Yakima and Kittitas counties for the I WATER Wmliwiliw I
De Laval Separators ! SUPPLIES -ffl-. I
Sell machines on easy payments also I ||Lv I EIKN IYIn II 11l I CD I
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