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Allmendinger & Schneider

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Parent Issue
Day
24
Month
September
Year
1891
Copyright
Public Domain
OCR Text

IN HUNGARY tlie milis niake ten grades of flour, finding ready sale for all among the different grades of popnlation. IN AMERICA the milis usually manufacture, two or at the most, three grades of flour. IN (ÍK K AT BRIT A IN buyers [pref er the bestgrade of Hungarian Flour, and pay tluhiglit'st price for it.[JNext to ir, in popular estimation are floura made IN MICHIGAN These outranking in price any others made in the United States IN ANN ABBOB are made brands of flour undoubtedly equal to any in the state. We will not say the besi IN THE WOBLD for we have noi tried them all, nor bas any miller who may be claiming to make the, "World'a Best." Bul we will a thal IN THE ANN ABBOB CENTRAL 9111X8 we made the "Jumbo" and "White Loaf " braads; both of such sterling worth that they have become household necessities to many hundreds of homes in Southern Michigan. Try ;hem. Verá and mil] suppliea of all kinds are kept in f uil supply. At the elevator connected with these milis, large quantities of Wheat, Barley, Rye, Corn, Oats and Buckwheat are Kmght and sold. Correspondence is solicited from dealers visliiiiií Michigan business.

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Old News
Ann Arbor Register