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About Will Maupin's weekly. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1911-1912 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 15, 1911)
THE ITEN BISCUIT CO.
OMAHA, U. S. A.
CLEAN PURE WHOLESOME GOOD
These are the things every woman wants to know about food products. Speaking
for the Iten product you may answer: "Yes, madam" to her inquiry. Because
BAKED IN THE WORLD'S MOST SANITARY FOOD FACTORY
Visit The Snow White Factory any time and see for yourself. Only the very best
high quality materials used in the lien product above the standard of every pure
food law. Made and baked right. Reach the consumer crisp and delicious.
ITEN BISCUIT CO., OMAHA, U. S. A.
J rpHE GOODS that are made in ATebraska should be purchased by Nebraskans. Let us pay our Nebraska money
1 to Nebraskans working in Nebraska shops and mills. Our Motto: "Nebraska Made Goods for Nebraskans."
GREAT LIVE STOCf
OF THE WEST
As a Commercial Institution the South Omaha Live Stock Market is Nebraska's Proudest Boast and
Biggest Boost. Here are some Big Things South Omaha Live Stock Market accomplished in 1911:
Sold more feeder sheep than any other market in the United States.
Handled nearly 17,000 cattle in one market day.
Handled S74 cars of live stock in one market day.
Handled nearly half a million head more hogs than in 1910.
Broke the record of sheep receipts for any previous month, in both
September and October.
Xearly $400,000 expended for improvements and new work at the
Stock Yards, making them the most modern in the United States.
Handled more than six million head of live stock and broke all re-
cords in total number of head of live stock received. j
Made another long stride toward second place among the live stock
markets of the world. J
Advertised Nebraska and her products in every city and civilized !
country on the globe. j
She kept on growing just like she's always been doing. j
If you're for the South Omaha Market, you're boosting for Nebraska!
If you're a shipper to South Omaha, you're boosting for yourself!
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