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TEN GOOD REASONS -WHY EVERY OWNER OF A- Webster ' s or Worcester ' s Unabridged Should at once procure a copy of THE PROGRESSIVE DICTIONARY will be sent to any address upon application to the publishers. The Progressive Dictionary not only sets forth the marvelous growth of the English language, but forms a Supplement to all existing dictionaries, whether printed yesterday or thirty years ago. It contains nearly 40,000 words, phrases and definitions — fully 30,000 of which are not to be found in the latest editions of Web- ster or Worcester. It is indispensable to every intelligent person who desires to keep in the forefront of dialect information. The Series of Supplements issued ever} few years giving the neio words that come into general use, forms an invaluable feature, and places the Progressive Dictionary far in advance of all others. SOLD ONLY BY SUBSCRIPTION, But where we have no agent it will be sent postpaid upon receipt of price, which is $5.00, bound in library sheep, uniform in style with Webster ' s Unabridged. Agents Wanted in every college in the land. Send for descriptive circular to THE PROGRESSIVE PUBLISHING COMPANY, Commercial Bank Building, CHICAGO, ILL. CHAS. M. McQueen, President. HORACE CHADWICK, Secretary. 101
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IT STANDS AT THE HEAD. For Economy of daily expense and unit ' ormity of work, both as to quantity and quality of product, the Cooleii System invites the ;lose8t scrutiny into its workings. It has the best Analysis of SJehnnied Mill,-, showing less than 1-10 of 1 per cent, of fat left therein. Above analysis made by Prof. S. M. Bahcook, of N. Y. Experiment Station, Ithaca, N. Y., M ' hen testing the cans of the President of the Am. Jei ' sey Cattle Club, Mr. F. Bronson, Greenfield Hill, Conn. No other apparatus or separator can produce an analysis to compare with this. IT MAKES THE MOST BUTTER. The prize for the largest per cent, of yield in butter of any dairy or factory in the great dairy State of Iowa— in which there are (WO butter factories— was awarded to P. G. Henderson, Proprietor of the Valley Farm Creamery, Central City, Iowa, who sets his milk in the Cooley Creamers. The Greatest Value of Manufactured Products Awarded to Hiram Smith, Sheboygan Falls, Wis., obtained from 1,000 pounds of milk at the National Dair Fair, Milwaukee, 1882. Wisconsin has 430 butter factories THE BEST PRODUCT. Butter made by the Cooley Process was awarded the Higgius Sweepstakes of $2.50 at International Dairy Fair, New York, 1878. The Ashton Sweepstakes of $l ' 2. ' j, at the same Fair. The Gold Medal for best American butter at the Great Dairy Show, London, Eng land, 1879. JEvevy Premium, for long-keeping butter at The World ' s Exposition, New Orleans, 18S3. First Premium on Creamery butter at New England F;iir. Bangor, Maine, 1885. First Premium and Sweepstakes at Vermont State Fair, 188.i. Besides these, hundreds of others, too numerous to mention. The Best Record in MUk and Cheese Factories. The Merchants Street Factory, Lawrence, N. Y., paid its patrons net $1.75 per hundred f(n " milk, equal to 3.78 cents per qimrt. In W. H. Gilbert ' s factoi ' y, Richland, N. R., it requires less than 17 pounds of milk to make a pound of butter. The Best Record in Cream-Gfathering Factories. The Wapping (Conn.) Creamery paid its patrons, for the entire year of 1884, 27 1-2 cents per pound for the full amount of butter made. The Amherst (Mass.) Creamery, for same time, paid 26 cents. The Sainsbury (Conn.) Creamery, for same time, jiaid 2.5 cents. The Canton (Conn.) Creamery, for same time, paid 24 4-5 cents. Remember that this is net to patrons for cieaui alone at their doors, with the skimmed milk left at home to feed. IT IS USED BY THE BEST DAIRYMEN. Among them, Mr. F. Bronson, President American -Jersey Cattle Club; T. G. Yeomans, " President Holstein Breeders ' Association; T. W. Patterson, Lockhearn, Md., President Dutch Friesien Cattle Association ; Miller Sibley, Franklin, Penn. ; Valancy E. Fuller, Hamilton, Ont., owner of Mary Anna of St. Lambert. In fact, nearly if not quite 90 per cent, of the celebrated tests have been made with the Cooley Creamers. ABOVE EACrS PROVE, beyond a doubt, that the Cooley System is far superior to every other milk-setter or separator on the market. IT LEADS IN EVERY PLACE, Milk Factories, Cream- Gathering Factories, Milk and Cheese Factories, and Dairies.. FOR CIRCULARS GIVING FACTS IN DETAIL, SEND TO Vex moiit Farm ]VIach.iiie Co., 103
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