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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 8 June 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 8 1918 . . : - . ) ' - - f OIL FIELD HEWS AND GOSSIP UlLF ( OAST PltODlTTlO. cation and it was duo to an increase 'production in this field and in the During the month of May. the Cult Saratoga Held that the month showed Ttic biggest do: coast oil belt produced proximately 2104110 barrels of oil according to statistics compiled by The Oil Weekly of Houston and Dallas. While these figures -are estimates and include oil produced not oil rim through nie "early lines they may bo taken as accurate second with a production of lr.T.lT.O as follows: barrels while Sour Laicc whs third "The production of Mav showed an wHl1 !l production of 4!iOrU0 barrels increase of approximately 100.000' Saratoga showed a big increase. Dur- barrels over the production of the'hl lno month of April its total pro- nrcvioUB month. However as the! tluctlon was 4." 000 barrels. During an increase instead of a decline Kdgerly fields shows the cllne in production losing nearly 40000 barrels ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 8 June 1918

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN JUNE 8 1918 RED 185 RELIEVES MISERY Hi ILLNESS UN ITALIAN FRONTS Jf ! REFUGEES SlTFlifc II ANY 1IAIMJ- SHIPS AM) L'KIVATIONS JJ- HIM) Tin: LINES (By Associated Press) headquarters Italian ah- MY June 8. Arrival of relief" from America through the Red nvtB agents tiehiud U Italian front alone: the Piave Rlvor which section . is filled t jio United. States was thus rodperat not only because of the actual giifta in. money food and clothing but because it signifies to tlie Italians the fact that America is standing behind them In their long conflict with the Austrian invaders. The" awl 'priest at Costello-di-God-oga was so overcome by the jimex- jtcctod donations from 'America that i lie threw up his arms knelt in prayer and exclaimed "it Is a gift direct from heaven."- WMierever the "Red Cross workers have (Hstributod their relief the may- or and local committee directed the. ?uccoj;ed families of that community to write to the soldiers nt the front and 1611 them wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 8 June 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 8 1918 THE BR0WNW00D BULLETIN MAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. Member Associated Press Published every afternoon except Sunday Office of Publication Bulletin Build- ing corner Bi'own and Lee Streets Entered at the Postoffice at Brown- wood Texas as second class matter TELEPHONES Editorial Office ?s'o. 22 Business Office ..No. C Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Daily Bulletin will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to the attention of the publishers. The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for-republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited In thTs paper and also the local news published herein. SPEEDING THE DRAFT. The announcement of Provost Mar- shal General Crowder Friday that there will be reconsideration of classi- fications of men who under; the opera- tion of the selective service act have been given d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 8 June 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 8 1918 SOCIETY 1 Edited by Mrs. Jus. C. White - - Phono 22 l!IIII!IIIIlhllI!II!liIIIIIM!!IIill!lini!iIII!IIIl!llllllII!IIIII!III!IIIlilIi!IIII!IIllllIIIIIIIIIjj Eloi.se Dennett. Mary Bella Wilson E Dorathula Williamson. Johnnie Nell J i Hollerand Marjorie Grosham Clarice 1 Johnson Felicia Hurlbut Virginia 1 Bell. Luclle Folliard Lenora tinier j Frances Skcrrctt; Austin Wilkinson. David Henley Tolman Johnson Jo- .'j... ijuwti M ill lilllUl li A "UltWW Henry Elkins Douglas Johnson. Humphrey Churchill; Cecil Champion. Henley Davis Allen V. Davis. Cluh Lake I'arty. An unusually delightful pleasure was afforded a fcvP friends Friday night when Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rouldin entertained with a "Club. Lake .party. iniIIIl!niIIIIi!IIIiII!IlliliI!I!lIII!!llllIIIIilllMIIII!l!lllllllIIIIllIIIllliJJUimiIIIIIiiUil AT TEA. tiio- cozy dining room. A throe course Mothers of sons mothers of soils luncheon Avas served and places wero Who talk and laugh with .mc niajrke:! for. Miss...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 8 June 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 8 1918 Rotary Outfit Being Used in Deep Test on Top of Hall Mountain bp Texas- Oklahoma Co. ? ' ; A if. 6 e it is The - V"- ' V; - 'v j. -; SBj . IBS. r m H ssflMB$ jbbBv 0 bbHb bbk! - Bk r T bB I 4 BB& f BBB3SJBflBJBjyBBByByji a3 ... .- " 'V .- I-- " - SB2ES33 or: jmBflBHBUB? Gift o Jted Cross. Among the donations for the Tied Cross during the Firemen's Chau- tauqua is $1275 given by Trooper O'Cunner from the receijits of postal card sales during his visit here. llh OF TKX VS-OKLAIIOM V POMIH NY WEST OF I3R0WXW00D The Teas Oklahoma .Oil Co:ipan Is we have niAor failed tn siitu ssfiHv shallow field holdings. the 011I3- concern in thi; so timi which complete ever' well started wit out Hod Cross Workers. The cutters In the gauze dressing room Friday morning June S were: MOsdamcs M. L. .McFarland .1. A. Walker. It. L Miller B. J. Shelton II K. Conway; Misses Roxy Grove Edith Andrews. The workers . Friday afternoon were: lrs. It. R. Rogers .chairman; hostess ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 8 June 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 8 1918 7 I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED AVANTKD Position by active boy of la. -with wheel. Phono J-SM. 202s WANTED Second hand household goods at the Home Furniture. Store.. "WANTED Any kind of welding sa Isfaction guaranteed. Phone 113. 171 tte WANTED Boys' second hand Wheel. Must be in good shape. Brownwood Drug Co. "WANT 1213 U p to date upholstering and refinishing done at the Home Fur- niture Store. WANTED Position as stenographer.. Have just completed course in first clas3 college. Phone No. 1. FOR RENT building -.on J con- FOK imyv. The Arthur Low store Center avenue. See us about a tract: ' .. .'.-room house on Booker street. Price $1J per month. . ; . Sro$m house ' in Urowifwooil Hcigh'ilB city water. Price .$11. -robin house on Avenue .A ANNOUNCEMENTS .Ford Price Add!- uco of ; Addition. Price $2350. Lotf.O by lfip Ford. Addition.: f.$42n; jail cash. ll-room house cIofc in. Price $3000 $"!() 'ftnsli. balance eas Tins! is fine Investment see us a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 8 June 1918

8 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 8 1918 Monday Specials ! As usual Monday wo offer extra specials ami these priee.s art' jrood fur one day only and av have seleeP.'d only siu li items' His are seasonable and needt'd now. . S2.00 GEORGETTE i CREPE $1.73. - A Hw.lt 1' h.'jivv-Georgette t'lepcs in wuiteil jhndft .... . ' FTP- -J" utHie.s Wide. Aari : . . . i .. 3l.J CREPE DE CHINE FOR $1.39 Monditw ehoiee of all -iofid eolo& (Voj4 IV Oiiine worlh for. Vard .......... . '. . . $1.30 $250 GINGHAM. TAFFETAS; $148 For Simula v oulv v.e vHiwJl .tStrGmshnViCtaflVlas; ili- im-iies wide ami me .')f"ttyi piffles t UuC ranged. id l.y ehoiee vv: 1 . 1 . SI 48 . 50c 40-INCH GEHTAX VOILE; 23c . TV ! ni.-ees of fine weave Orieufetl stripe Voile for CtiiftJrtt- hipenes Kirttouos Di.vsfh'r fciieqites .ft dresses ijui- tv I ... :.o'Jr $1.50 SEAL-P&X TOONS $1.23 . . t Athlette .Style JTti toes' for yoii voirtei who keep tp with the i;"W ideas. 51atii .ije.iol soft na"uu k value v. . . .4 TURK TOWELS FO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 10 June 1918

4 pases today i BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OILr FIELD NEWSVND GOSSIP ON PAGE ' PRICE FIVE CENTS : WAR WORKERS ARE PARI OF 0. S.!p .FIGH1G FORCES Workers on War Production Should Inaugurate no Strike Which Can Not be Justified to Man Risking His Life on the Firing Line in France Federation Convent's. 4 (By Associated Tress) 4 ST. PAUL Juno 10 With speakers sounding a warning v against military leaders and re- " rr affirming the loyalty of Ameri- can labor to the government the .American Federation of Labor " convened here today. 4- fr-fr- r ST. PAUL Minn. Juno 10. "Anloc Tacj-i militarism and its most danger- ous supporting weapon irresponsible diplomacy must i)crish; democracy. justice freedom and absolute confi- dence between governments and peo- ple must be established and triumph" . is th'c verdict ot American labor upon its country's participation in the war. expressed today by the report of Pres- ident Samuel Gompers and the execu tive council of the American Fedora- tion'bf Labor to t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 10 June 1918

2 BROWN WOOD BULLETIN JUNE 10 1918 THE BROWN WOOD BULLETIN .MAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. Member Associated Press Published every afternoon except Sunday Office of Publication Bulletin Build- ing corner Brown and Leo Streets Entered at the Postoffice at Brown- wood Texas as second class matter TELEPHONES Editorial Office No. 22 Business Office No. G Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear In tho columns of The Dally Bulletin will be gladly corrected upon its beinjr brought to tho attention of tho publishers. The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for republication or all news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. PLEIMJE THE PKKSJIbT. The following appeal Is from Louis Lipsitz state director of the War Sav- ings Stamp Campaign: "The President has spoken. To all Americans to every Texan he has pointed out the national necessi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 10 June 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 10 1918 1 i I 4. - CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED WANTED TO BUY-r-Barn; must be a bargain. Phone J-323. 205c "WANTED Position by active boy of 15 with wheel. Phone J-SC3. 202s WANTED Any kind of welding; sat- isfaction guaranteed. Phone 113. ' 171tfc WANTED Boys' second hand wheel. Must be in good shape. Brownwood Drug Co. WANTED To Duy second hand furni- ture. New Second Hand Store 110 E. Broadway Phone 975. 159tfc WANTED A girl to assist with gen- eral housework. Half-grown giri will do. Apply at 1310 Avenue D. 205c WANTED Furniture and household Roods. Highest prices paid In cash. Bailey Furniture Store. Phono .1-312. dl31tfc YOUNG lady desires : position as stenographer. Graduate of Tyler Commercial College. Phone 1030. 204c WANTED to purchase in good condi- tion Fuller-Johnson pump oil tank two inch tubing. Address 20 care Bul- letin. 204p household goods. Will pay highest cash price. W. C. Bowden Furniture Co. Phone J-937. FOR RENT FOK KENT. The Arthu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 10 June 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 10 1918 Another Shipment 'of PACIFIC 36 INCH ZEPHYRS "A Stylish Fabric for Economical Dresses' Lighter in -weight than a percale or giiighani very soft in finish brought out in all the pretty pastel sliachis in small neat cheeks and plaids and in large effects hi grays blues pinks 'greens and gold. TIILS 3IATEHLAL when trimmed with Organdie col-: lars and cuffs or solid color voies for slceyes makes a very delightful effect for summer dross and at this time the largest stores in the East are featuring this and other? cotton materials which are being worn extensively at the seaside resorts. ' Price 50c .AYateh for our Announcement of ''DOLLAR DAY" which will come this week and is always a. money-saving event for the public. HENPHILLfAIN (JO. Successors to Sam Brin i FOODD TO EM0NSTRATI0N5 BEGIN TOMORROW (JOVEimrEXT ENDOKSKS FOOD COXSEKVATIOX -METHODS TO HE SHOWN 1IEKE.X Food demonstration of United Slates food administration will open tomorrow morning at 10 o'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 11 June 1918

BBOWNWOOD. BULLETIN on ield news"and n GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWN WOOD TEXAS TUESDAY JUNE 1 1 1918 VOL. XIX NO. 204. 9 6 PAGES TODAY l r PRESIDENT URGES LABOR 10 HELP IN 11 WW ? Leer o American Federation oj Labor President Wil son Solicits Continued Support oj Labor in the M ighty Undertaking in Which (By Associated Press) ST. PAUL. June 11 The war can tie l';t in meticu as welt as in France and ill-considered and unju- tifiod .interruptions to essential ..laNor may make it impossible1 to win it. President Wilson today wired the American Induration of IaIkv. and the American Alliance of Labor both of which organizations an- in conven- tion here. "Wo face the crucial months of the struggle" the president wired. "Wu can face thoni confidently because we are assured tnai uie r.uriK.ie& 01 i enemy can never divide the unity of our action and purposes because tf industrial quarrels and class dimen sions. In the new world of peace Hie place of labor will be honored and) es...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 11 June 1918

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN. JUNE 1 11 9 18 H M N ' M H ' M i 07 Field Netfs and Gossip Oil Leases and Transfers Fannie Davis and Mrs. Laura Riggs to E. R. Goodson 140 acres a portion of subdivision No. l0 and 2D acres a part of subdivision Xo. .77 of Brown county schools lands; .$10 J. L. Tyler to R..F. Gilmau. assign- ment SG7.5 acres in Brown county and also in .Mills county of the Fran cisco. Yarbro survey Xo. 312 and Ben- jamin Head survey Xo. 299; first tract 136 acre.1? a part of the said Francisco Yarbro survey subuivision- Xo. "S; second tract 731.1 acres of said Benjamin Head survey; $1. J. A. Hcrniingham to 11. F. .Oilman one-half interest in 1) acres in Brown county oast part of block Xo. IT) of Juan Dclgado survey Xo; 79S;' 737 acres of the V. B. Smith- survey Xo. 1 .""; SO acres of the I. L. Murphy survey Xo. 1S7; 2035 1-4 acres of the .1. May survey Xo. 4; also of "tlic A. May survey of the If. T & U. By. Civ survey Xo. SI of the .1. B. Lewis stir-i voy of the R. S. Coffe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 11 June 1918

EROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 1 1 1918 - f i 4 Troops" on Transports Are Given Daily Drills Which Keep Them in Fine Shape (Associate Pros; Correspondence) LONDON May V illy maiM "3le! You with the beak!" Sergeant S- abruptly "interrupt Mthethe calistenie.s of D Company mid ' levels a stern forefinger at a tall j.oiing soldier with a bnrfsed and swollen nose who is makine only a p.eiT;inolorv effort to .loach his toes i Wioro : we siarieu. nrisi;iy ue re- wit h his fineer tips. The.eno is liie- s'nnesjthc sctiJng-ttp exorcises and deck of a transport wnrward bound i?r nnjhonr the company is busily en. about l a. m. of a line p:in? duv..Ped.f "Is .that what you call ev rcisnig?" demands the seica!it. "Yo.i tTinJi jou don't need any of thi.-' one-two-three stuff; eh? You're fit already maybe to eat a hoi-hc for breakfast." The company looks on and gjlna; Ordinarily Ser rant S- like the majority of the efficient hard-working sergeants of the Amc:ii-an army is a man of few prvc-e words. But on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 11 June 1918

0 BROWNWOOD 'BULLETIN' JUNE II 1918 THE BR0WNWO0D BULLETIN .MAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. Member Associated Press Published every afternoon except . Sunday Office of Publication Bulletin Build- ing corner Brown and Lee Streets Entered at the Postoffice at Brown- wood. Texas as second class matter TELEPHONES Editorial Office No. 22 Business Office . ... No. C Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear In the columns of The Daily Bulletin will be gladly corrected upon us Deing orougnt to the attention of the publishers. The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news published herein. "J10U-HEADED NUMBSKULLS." Ferguson says those who voted against him during his impeachment trial are "hog-headed numbskulls." He says they conspired against him because he favored the common peo pie. He says ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 11 June 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 11 1918 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANJED WANTED TO BUY I3atn; must be a bargain. Phone J-323. 203c "WANTED Sc-ond hand bath tub and kitchen sink. Phone U12. 20fc "WANTED Any kind of welding; sat- isfaction guaranteed. Phone 113. 171 tfc "WANTED To ouy second hand furni- ture. New Second Hand Store 110. E. Broadway Phone 375. . IStUfc "WANTED A girl to assist with gen- eral housework. Half-grown girl will do. Apply at 1310 Avenue D. 2.".c "WANTED Furniture and household goods. Highest prices paid in cash. Bailey Furnituro Store. Phono J-312. dl31tfc YOUNG lady desires position as stenographer. Graduate of Tyler Commercial College. Phone 1030. - ' 204c "WANTED to purchase. In good condi- tion Fuller-Johnson pump oil tank two inch tubing. Address 20 care Bul- letin. . 20-1 pj WANTED All kinds of second hand household; goods. IVill pay highest- cash 'price. W. C. Bowden. Furniture Co- Phone J-937. .YOUNG .MAN well educated good handwriting accurate desires work w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 11 June 1918

BR'OWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 1 119 18 LYRIC TODAY Nell Shipman AND Alfred Whitman in "The Girl From Beyond" A powerful. heart drama in which a -woman finds that mere riches cannot console for the loss of love LYRIC WEDNESDAY Double Feature Lewis J. Selznick Presents Constance Talmadge iu "The Shuffle" From the famous aovel by Frances Bennett Roscoe Tatty' Arbuckle Al St. John and Buster Keaton IN "Moonshine" few PERSONAL ITEMS C. P. Rogers is visiting a few days in litfffalo Gap. "';&! J. U Santilm left last nisht for.URl- veston on business. K. M." Boon left ibis morning for San Angelo on business- Mi.ts Ioia How den of May -is visiting Miss Jlarjorie Prentice. . Fe spent the day yesterday tyood.. ' an P.rmvn- Trainmaster Xettleton of the Santa Fe is here today lrom Tempi.-. "'. . Mrs. Jack Howard of Houston-' is: visiting her mother 3Irs. X. A. All- man of tlii city. ; Mr. and .Mrs. H. It. Kaneaster and daughter Lucile are spending the. ... .Wll . tt GniOstqn; where Mr. and Mr.-. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 12 June 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN 6 PAGES TODAY OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PKjCE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY JUNE 12 1918 VOL. XVII NO. 205 Y FRENCH COUNTER ATTACKS BRING!" PANTRY FOOD HOARDS FEED MICE; PRESENT DRIVE ENDED WHILE GERMANS PREPARE THEIR PLANS REVERSES OLD PLAN OF BUYIN ABOUT DISORDER IN ENEMY RANKS IN WAGO MEETING nu uumliilllLC HlillUU French M Hilary Crilic Thinks Todays Fighting May Bring About Victorious End in Present Battle; French Resistance is Desperate (By Associated Press) PARIS June 12. The battle con tinned last night between Montdidier! and the Oise with but little change. j The French made progress on the loft.! east of Mery Senlis wood. Near tiej center of the- line the French repulsed a violent attack. The French lines art holding on the right and south of Chevrin court. South of the Aisne and between Soissons and the Marne the Hermans' attacked this morning. The fightinsri is raging between the Rover and Vil-j lers'Cottcrets forest and on the front! o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 12 June 1918

2 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 12 1918 07 jPed Nerts and Gossip Big Ranger Well is . Flowing Five Thousand Barrels Say Reports Reports that the Brewer well ..at Merryman. three miles south of Ran- ger came in yesterday with an initial flow of 7000 barrels whkl settled- down to a r.noo-ljarrel clip were re- ceived here this morning with mil Interest. Unusual excir.cincnt " was noted in oil circles here and it ffcVMn-. cjI that the town had suddenly filled with. oil men who came from all points of the country. The reports which apparently are! authentic state that the new w'l in' the Ranger field sot to the .sand Mon-j day night and after further drilling Monday herame a gusher. It is ofJ more importance than the other well in tho Ranger district because it ex- tends the proven field Uhmv toward the south. The Brewer veil is owned by tho T. & P. Coal Comuany. . j Rnrlles A: Diimeiiil Spud Today. The deep test by Rartles & Unmrttii. on the Joiin llaugh ranch nine mlley north of Hrow...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 12 June 1918

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN JUNE 12 1918 - National and Local Meat Business The meat business of the country is'; conducted by various agencies By small slaughter-houses in villages- ; Packing Houses live stock supply Ev local Abattoirs or small i in towns : both .; Using only -a " part of .the local and Furnishing only a part of the local j demand formeat These slaughtering and distributing agencies fill a well defined but necessarily restricted place in ihe distribution of the products of live stock. But only packers like Swiifi & Company organized on a national scale are able to under take the service that is. more vitally important involving An Obligation to the Producer : To purchase for spot cash all the live stock producer may send to market for slaughter. An Obligation to the Consumer ; To make available to every -consumer -.everywhere in . season and out the full supply) and variety of meat products of the highest standard that the market affords. Year Book of interesting and i...

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