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CHICAGO AND NEW YORK Copyright, 1926, by The National Provisioner, Inc. JUNE 12, 1926

Title Registered in U. 8S, Patent Office,

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Turn Odors and Scents into Dollars and Cents—gained by improved public opinion.

The Chlorine Process to eliminate noxious odors about a packing plant, rendering works, garbage incinerator, etc., in- vented by Professor Yandell Henderson and Dr. Howard Haggard of Yale University is now offered to the industry exclusively by this country-wide organization.

Numerous successful installations are in operation.

The process will be installed on trial at any plant—and will be removed without cost to the operator if it fails to destroy objectionable odors.

Avoid law suits—injunctions—and aroused public opinion this summer.

Eliminate those odors now!

Can’t we send one of our engineers to see you? No obligation.

WALLACE & TIERNAN CO., INC.

Manufacturers of Chlorine Control Apparatus NEWARK, NEW JERSEY

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6000 pounds in 57 Minutes

is the quantity of pork one man ran thru the 3/16” plate of the “BUFFALO” without heat- ing the bearings or meat.

Bearings won’t heat if properly lubricated be- cause special device prevents meat or meat juices from leaking into bearings and oil from leaking out of the bearings into the meat.

Meat run once thru the fine plate of the “BUF- FALO” Grinder is equal to meat run thru ordi- nary machines twice.

That’s why the “BUFFALO” saves 50% in time, labor and power increases production 100%.

It’s cheaper to replace your old grinding ma-

chines with a “BUFFALO” than to continue to operate them.

Made in five sizes with motor or tight and loose pulley.

Write for prices and list of users

John E. Smith’s Sons Company

Mfrs. of “BUFFALO” Silent Cutters, Mixers, Stuffers and Grinders.

50 Broadway, 4201 S. Halsted St.,

Buffalo, N. Y. Chicago, Ill. Douglas Wharf,

Putney, London, Eng.

“BUFFALO” Grinder

Some Users and

What They Say

“We have used your new 66-B ‘Buffalo’ Grinder continuously every day, and it has done the work perfectly and at no time have we had the least trouble with it. We recommend this machine to any packer who wants a real grinder.’

A. LOFFLER PROV. CO., INC., Benning, D. C.

“The ‘Buffalo’ Grinder has done every- thing that has been expected of it, and we cannot recommend it too highly. We have had various kinds of machinery previously, but none have performed as efficiently and satisfactorily as your 66-B Grinder.”

CHRIS. GROZINGER CO., INC., Brooklyn, N. Y.

“Our head sausage maker says it’s a Dandy and likes it first rate.” CENTRAL MARKET CO., INC., Bangor, Me.

“After using your latest model grinder for nearly two years, I am glad to inform you that it has given us perfect satisfaction and absolutely no trouble.”

ARNOLD BROS., Chicago, Ill.

“We are not only satisfied with its work and construction, but were surprised at some of the results obtained. We found it to cut one thousand pounds of beef directly through the fine plate, one cutting, in nine minutes, This is far ahead of any other machine we have so far used or heard of, for the same purpose.”

ADOLF GOBEL, INC., Brooklyn, N. Y.

“We find that it turns out more and bet- ter product with less power than any grinder we have ever used. We also like the chain drive very much, as this machine practically makes no noise at all in opera- tion.

“We are so well satisfied that we are glad to tell you now that we would not use any other grinder and that is why I bought two for our Albany plant.”’

ROCHESTER PACKING CO., INC., Rochester, N. Y.

“In a test, recently, we cut beef, in large chunks, directly through the fine plate, at the rate of, over 9,000 pounds per hour. This is about triple as much as we could do with our other machine, and the con- dition of the cut meat was the best possible.

“The machine, through its chain drive, operates noiselessly; and its strong construc- tion, heavy shaft and roller bearings, place it in a class by itself. We highly recom- mend it.”

ZION NATIONAL KOSHER SAUSAGE

FACTORY, INC.,

Bronx, N. Y.

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You Can Give Your Customers This Fine

Cheese They Like—

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In This Improved

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Profitable Form

so many of your cheese customers want

when they insist on old-fashioned bulk cheese—a flavor that they think they can’t get in loaf cheese.

But have you offered them LAKESHIRE- the loaf that retains the fine natural flavor, the food value, and the excellent cooking qualities of the selected bulk cheese from which it is made?

[= the rich, tangy, palatable flavor that

What a change it makes in cheese buying habits when these old ‘“‘stand-patter’’ cheese connoisseurs get a nibble of LAKESHIRE! They prefer loaf cheese, of course, when they find the loaf cheese that combines the good qualities they look for. Why shouldn’t they? It’s more convenient, easier to serve, and sure to keep clean.

And you'd rather sell it too—wouldn’t you? Easier to stock and handle; less cutting,

weighing and wrapping; less waste and more profit—you know those advantages, and a dozen others.

But here’s the thing to remember about LAKESHIRE—it’s the loaf cheese that retains the ‘‘natural’’ cheese favor and cooking qualities of the bulk cheese from which it is made. That’s the thing that has put it over—BIG.

If you want to test the profit possibilities of that kind of cheese, order a trial shipment and get the verdict of your own customers. They’re the folks you want to please. We’ll rest our case with them, because we know if you ever give them a taste of LAKESHIRE they’ll never let you quit buying.

Six delightful varieties—American, Pimento, Swiss, Caraway, Brie-Denzer, Brick—foil- wrapped in 5-pound loaves and one-half pound cartons.

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For further particulars write

The Cleveland Kleen-K ut Mfg. Co.

5501 Denison Ave., Cleveland, Ohio

Thou Shall Not Pass!

To prevent Air passing the piston of an Air Sausage Stuffer was a task which we set out to accomplish. The fact that we guarantee an absolutely air and leak proof Stuffer piston is evidence that we succeeded. The Su- perior Stuffer Piston elimi- nates Stuffer troubles once and for all—it’s made for all kinds of Stuffers. For quo- tation and _ interesting facts, send us the inside dimensions and name of maker of your stuffer. No trouble to install.

Van Hooydonk & Schrauder

P. O. Box 67 MONROE, MICH.

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Fresh Meat a la “Cart’”’

Many of us still remember when a la “cart” delivery was the only kind the packer had to worry about. The immediate neighborhood constituted the entire market. Then came the refrigerator car, opening the markets of the nation to whoever could win them.

Are you equipped to take full advantage of these markets? Are you sure at all times of as many clean, well-built and well-insulated cars as you need? You can’t be unless you exercise control of the cars your business demands.

Such control does not necessarily mean ownership. Through North American Leas- ing Service packers all over the country have the full use of spic-and-span, strictly modern brine-tank refrigerator cars at minimum cost—without the expense of periodic upkeep or seasonal idleness, without depreciation or obsolescence charge- offs and without the heavy capital investment that ownership involves.

Let us send you our folder on this important subject.

North American Car Corporation, 327 South La Salle St., Chicago, Illinois

‘CAR LEASING SERVICE.

CHICAGOSTULSAS NEW ORLEANS

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620 W. Pershing Road

B. F. NELL & COMPANY

Airoblast

Quick Safe Simple

The modern method of smoking meats.

The automatic heat control assures results.

Airoblast

has eliminated smoke-house troubles and added profits to scores of packers and sausage manufacturers. -

Chicago, Ill.

A Ham Cooker That Is Different

This apparatus and the process to oy ores therewith are protected by U. 8. Letters Patent Nos. 1,226,147, dated May 15, 1917, 1,233,000 dated July 10, 1917, and 1,256,955 dated February 19, 1918.

The Globe Ham Cooker

Licensed to manufacture under the Trescott Patents.

What It Does Saves 3% to 5% in Shrinkage The Most Economically Operated Saves Labor, Fuel and Floor Space Improves Quality and Flavor

Automatically Controlled

Cooker does not need an attendant after once adjusted until cooking is finished.

It will pay you to investigate this Im- proved Ham Cooker.

Manufactured and sold by

The Globe Company

Mfgrs. of Packing House Equipment 822-26 WEST 36th STREET

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Why Do Up-to-date Sausage Makers Prefer Our New Type “BOSS” Machines? Because They Are Best for High Grade Sausage and the Biggest Profit Earners for Their Users

=— New “BOSS”

Jumbo Grinder Patent applied for.

Wonderfully Efficient for Fast Work and Heavy Duty.

$ c Se yeh cal Lj t. zB Bs Has Steel Cylinder, Feed CHIRARD Serew and Ring, also Roller ober ths Bearing Shafts. : ain ut rere Motor is encased in heavy housing with ventilating doors. Motor stand is adjustable to keep Silent Chain taut.

Insert shows encased motor with pinion

and silent chain.

We Lead

Others Follow

Old Reliable “BOSS” Grinder With Interchangeable Shaft Box and

Marine Bearings

We were first to mount Motors on outer column of Grinder Stand, which has since been generally adopted.

Now we again lead with our new “BOSS” Jumbo Grinder, of entirely new and most practical design.

THE CINCINNATI BUTCHERS’ SUPPLY CO.

CHICAGO BRANCH Killing Manufacturers Sausage & Rendering Factory and Main Office: 1972-2008 3907-11 S. Halsted St. Outfits “BOSS” Machines Outfits Central Ave., CINCINNATI, OHIO

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June 12, 1926,

leak-proof.

LECTRICALLY Welded, -con-

tinuous no pipe fittings. Before leaving our plant each Pittsburgh Coil is tested under air pressure while submerged in water. Leak-proof when shipped, reaches you leak-proof, stays on the job

PITTSBURGH

COILS

shapes, descriptions and _ sizes, wabe from Wrought Iron or Steel Pipe, Copper or Brass Tubing, for use in Brine and Ammonia ula Circulating Systems.

Welded Ammonia Receivers Welded Headers fe

PITTSBURGH PIPE COIL & BENDING CO. P. O. Box 975, PITTSBURGH, PA.

Let us quote on your Coil requirements. Send us blue print or rough sketch.

12 Packing Companies

Now Using

55

Layne Equipped Wells

9 of 27 Installations Were repeat

orders.

Maximum Production Minimum Cost

Layne & Bowler Mfg. Co.

emphis Les

M Houston Angeles

OAKITE CLEANS

better—cheaper—faster

Toren is an easy, quick way a superintendents and pur-

ing agents of packing plants “fin out how to clean ham boilers, ham racks, trimming tables, meat choppers, floors and equipment better, cheaper and faster. Simply ask to have one of our service men call. He will demonstrate, under actual working conditions. Then com- pare results. A post card to us will bring him to you. No cost or obligation.

OAKITE

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Open the Slide—Meat Discharges

that is the simple method of the self-discharging new

Perfection Silent Cutter

The Perfection Silent Cutter

There are no cumbersome gears, shafts, levers, or other

mechanical devices to manipulate.

Just open the gate and

meat discharges into the truck underneath.

Why not investigate this new Silent Cutter now?

R. T. Randall & Co.

331 and 333 N. Second St., Philadelphia, Pa.

Tell the Advertiser you saw it in THE NATIONAL PROVISIONER

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A Good Investment

An outlay for Adelmann Ham Boilers is not an expense but an investment. The saving in shrinkage and superior product with resultant increased sales proves this.

Leading packers and provisioners continue to equip with them exclu- sively. There must be a reason.

Made in oval and square shapes

Ham Boiler Corporation

1762 Westchester Ave. New York City Factory: Port Chester, N. Y.

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Chop more

with “Enterprise” No. 156

An efficient belt-driven chopper with chopper. a capacity per hour of 2,000 lbs. Distance from ring to floor is 2614 in.

Equipped with extra heavy

20x8%”, running 300 r.p.m. with 5 to Four sets of the famous “Enterprise”

7 hp.

on socket shaft.

No gears. Pulleys are placed directly = jul (including knife and plate for at).

“Enterprise” No. 156 runs smoothly Ask for chopper catalog. There’s a

and silently. It will save time and labor size and style for every need, hand,

for you. It will produce more cut meat steam, or electric, in the “Enterprise” than a corresponding size of geared line.

THE ENTERPRISE MFG. CO., OF PA., No. 3 P hiladelphia, U. S. A.

at less cost

pulleys, Carriers can be run under chopper.

knives and plates furnished with each

Anhydrous Ammonia Aqua Ammonia Caustic Soda

Soda Ash Liquid Chlorine —— Powder

ic MATHIESON ALKA uu WORKS ¢ Pa ne

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CREASEY ICE BREAKER

LEAN ICE without dirt and wood

splinters is produced by the Creasey Ice Breaker. Cutter knives last longer with fine, uniformly broken ice, and out- put is increased. Breaker can be set where most convenient, as it comes com- plete with driving motor.

COCHRANE CORPORATION

3139 N. 17th St., Philadelphia, Pa.

If You Buy a

| STEEL i CLEAVER & KNIFE

You Are Getting the Best That Can Be Made ALBERT JORDAN CO. ‘Sole agents for PAUL F. DICK,

20-26 W. 22nd St., Esslingen a. N., New York, N. Y. Germany

The “United” Improved Sausage Mold

Identify your product by using the tugpered patented clasp lettering mold. randed products always sell best. ‘‘United’’ Teed molds are practical, inexpensive and effective,

Mold furnished with or without letters.

Mold is electrically welded at every intersection of wire. Construction is su- perior to any other en market. Ingenious clasp eliminates use of pin for fastening = closed. Not necessary to tie sau-

to mold. Bars welded across bottom held sausage securely during smoking process.

If your jobber cannot supply you write us direct. Kp United Steel & Wire Co.

Battle Creek, Mich. sap focomnaed onlen nah. protin ase muvee At chis on Kans from branded meat put up in this form. 5 J

See pages 62 and 63 for Classified Advertisements

PATERSON PARCHMENT PAPER Co.

PASSAIC, NEW JERSEY

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The

Scores a Genuine Triumph

The enthusiastic welcome given the G-BOY, Graham Brothers new one ton-truck, has established this fact:

It is recognized at once as a real—a major—contribution to commercial haulage.

Revolutionary improvement in balance effected by a new system of weight distribution, compact wheel base, ease of handling, generous body capacity, advantages of the ever de- pendable and always economical Dodge Brothers engine—all these important factors enter into the G-BOY’S marked success.

And then the price! So low that only Graham Brothers, the largest exclusive truck makers, with huge buying and building capacity, could possibly achieve it.

GRAHAM BROTHERS aPvansviie ~D E TRO IT stockton

‘VISION OF DonGe Brotners. inc Snaumie BROT! HERS (CANADA) LIMITKED—TORONTO, ONTARIO

CHASSIS

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GRAHAM BROTHERS TRUCKS

SOLD BY DODGE BROTHERS DEALERS EVERYWHERE

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MEAT TRUCK NO. 26

Watertight body of heavy gauge gal- vanized steel; easy to clean; mounted on two 40” dia., 3” face steel wheels.

OVERALL DIMENSIONS

Length Width Height Weight OT 42” 26” 18” Truck .....56” 42” 45” 260 lbs,

MARKET FORGE CO. EVERETT, MASS.

Write for our catalog

Non-Stop Records in Branding

Everhot Branding Torches meet the packers’ greatest requirement ae —SPEED. 4

Everhot Torches make speed rec- ords.

The branding iron heats up quick- ly to proper temperature and stays there for hours. No stops to re- heat irons.

Everhot No. 1500-A is designed especially for packers. The one- gallon tank hangs from the operator’s shoulder. Naturally the whole unit is portable. The Torch itself is light and easy to operate. Burns ordinary gasoline.

Everhot No. 1500-A is designed

especially for packers.

Write us for full infor- mation and prices

terete za ave G.CO: “MAY WOO Sauna LINDIS

Write us for informa- tion and prices on

H. & H. Electric Ham Marking Saw H. & H. Electric Pork Scribing Saw H. & H. Electric Beef Scribing Saw H. & H. Electric Fat Back Splitter Calvert Bacon Skinner United Improved Sausage Molds Monel Metal Meat Loaf Pans Adelmann Ham Boiler Jelly Tongue Pan Maple Skewers Knitted Bags

Best & Donovan

332 South Michigan Blvd. Chicago, IIl.

BAGS.

for

Fertilizer Beef Tankage Pork Sausage Mutton

Ham and Bacon Slips, Barrel Tops, Sheetings, Beef and Butter Cloth, Wrapping Burlap, etc.

Importers and Manufacturers

Central Bag & Burlap Co.

Office and Factory 4523 S. Western Blvd.,

Chicago, Ill.

PACKERS GET

By Using Bannon Separators m the Rendering Plant

The BANNON COMPANY 32 Wlineis St. BUFFALO, N.Y.

BORIC ACID

A natural ingredient of many fruits and vegetables

The distribution of Boric Acid in Nature is comparatively unlimited. According to Henry Jay:

“The ash of wine contains 4.7 to 16.5 grammes per kilo of Boric Acid, the average being 8 to 10 grammes. The quantity of ‘Boric Acid in the ash of vine leaves is only about 0.7 grammes per kilo.

“The ash of fruits, whether of the flesh or of the stone, is rich in Boric Acid, the proportion of Boric Acid varying between 1.50 and 6.40 grammes per kilo of ash.

“The same can be said of the fucus, plantain leaves, wormwood tops, chrysanthe-

mum flowers, and onions, the amount varying from 2.10 grammes to 4.60 grammes per kilo of ash.” Leibrich says that “Boric Acid is not only non-poisonous; it is a normal con-

stituent of many plants.”

The above demonstrates that Boric Acid is consumed in eating these fruits and vegetables without injury to the human system.

PACIFIC COAST BORAX COMPANY

Chicago 100 William St. Wilmington, Calif. NEW YORK

June 12, 1926.

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Beef Bungs “Your Kind”

The Original Firm—Established 1868

S. OPPENHEIMER & CO.

96 Pearl Street 2700 Wabash Avenue NEW YORK CHICAGO, ILL.

HAMBURG LONDON WELLINGTON, N. Z.

Luisenhof 8 47-53 St. John St. Boulcott Street (Smithfield)

Foreign Correspondence Invited

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MANUFACTURED BY Established 1840

June 12, 1926.

6 99 Genuine Double Refined Saltpetre (Nitrate of Potash N IA G A R a B R A N D wal a Bedids Saad Nitrate of Soda sai Also Refined Nitrite of Soda. All Complying with Requirements of the B.A.I.

BATTELLE & RENWICK MAIDEN LANE

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SHEEP | HOG | BEEF CASINGS

Importers - Manufacturers - Exporters

CALIFORNIA BY-PRODUCTS CO.

BECHSTEIN & CO., Inc.

SAUSAGE CASINGS

CHICAGO: 723 West Lake Street NEW YORK: 50 WATER STREET LONDON: 5 St, Johns St., Smithfield, E. C. Telephone Whitehall 9328

OPPENHEIMER CASING CO.

Importers and Exporters of

Main Offices Eastern Branch Toronto 995 Market St. 461 Eighth Ave. New York Wellington ee CR RNGS, eat WEW YORK BUTCHERS’ SUPPLY C6., lac. SAUSAGE CASINGS AND M. BRAND & SONS SUPPLIES SAUSAGE CASINGS 513 Hudsen St. NEW YORK, N. Y. FIRST AVE. AND 49th ST. NEW YORK Schweicheimer & Fellermen S. OPPENHEIMER & CO.

IMPORTERS and EXPORTERS OF Sausage Casings

Selected Heg and Sheep Casings 2

Ave. A, cor. 20th St., New York, N. Y.

Sausage Casings

Chicago, 2700 Wabash Ave. Londen, 47 St. Jehn St., Smithfield Ham 73 Boulcett St., Wellingtea

96-100 Pearl St., New York

Tel. Rhinelander 4817

THE AMERICAN CASING CO. Imperters and Exporters

SAUSAGE CASINGS and SPICES 401-3 East 68th St. New York City

EARLY & MOOR, Inc. Importers SAUSAGE CASINGS 139 Blackstone St.

Exporters Beston Mass.

“The Skins You Love to Stuff”

Les Angeles Casing Co.

7114-16-18 Ducomman Street LO8 ANGELES, CALITORNIA

Sausage Casings

M. ETTLINGER & CO., Inc.

Importers, Exporters and Cleaners of Sausage Casings. A large stock of all kinds of casings constantly on hand Established 1903 12 COENTIES SLIP, NEW YORE

Hammett & Matanle CASING IMPORTERS

28 & 24 ST. JOHN’S LANE London, E.C.1.

Correspondence Invited

THE INDEPENDENT CASING & SUPPLY COMPANY

1335-1347 West 47th St., Chicago Hammerbrookstr 63/67 2, Hamburg

SAUSAGE CASINGS

IMPORTERS EXPORTERS

ALEXANDER’S CASINGS, LTD. 133 Tooley St., London, S.E.1, Eng.

Selected Sheep and Continental Hog Casings

AGENT: Henry Kruger, 220 N, State St., Chieago. Room 411. Phone Dearborn 8734

The Irish Casing Co.

exporters, importers

SAUSAGE CASINGS Arbour Hill, Dublin, Ireland Sheep Casings a Specialty

Massachusetts Importing Company Importers HIGH GRADE SAUSAGE CASINGS Exporters Direct Importers of Russian, Persian, Chinese Sheep 78-80 North Street and Hog Casings BOSTON, MASS. U. S. A.

F. M. Ward J. Schnell Sewed Casings Exclusively

National Specialty Co. 61 E. 32nd St.

Chicago, Ill.

BUYERS OF Beef Crackling CaM Skins

<=" CONSOLIDATED BY-PRODUCT CO. “mci

West Philadelphia Stock Yards 30th and Race Streets

Beef Weasands a Specialty IMPORTERS OF

Philadelphia, Pa. ish Greae Mog and Sheep

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The Greatest Trouble We Have with our stand- ard packers curing hogs- heads is the fact that we never receive orders for replacements, they last too long—but we do fur- nish additional hogs- heads.

Look at the specifications: Staves: Made from quartered white oak, 1” thick before dressed. Bottoms: Made

bilge diameter.

Hauser-Stander Tank Co.

Spring Grove and Ammen St. CINCINNATI OHIO

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ST. LOUIS NEW YORK ESTABLISHED 1853 BUENOS AIRES HAMBURG

Patent Casing Company

617-23 W. 24th Place, Chicago, Ill. The Pioneer of Sewed Casings

Our Specialties: Sewed Beef Casings Sewed Hog Bungs Sewed Bladders

Manufactured Under Sol May Methods

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Complies with B. A. I, Requirements

5 : Write for Pri The King ef Nitrates Immediate Bekveries

Double Refined Nitrate of Soda

Prompt Shipment

STAUFFER CHEMICAL CO. SAN FRANCISCO SALT REFINERY CHAUNCEY, NEW YORK SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA CHICAGO OFFICE: 111 W. WASHINGTON ST.

LULL

4 i i) al SAYER & COMPANY, Inc.

x: my dy ps Peoria and Fulton Sts., Formerly Wolf, Sayer & Heller, Inc. CHICAGO, ILL.

ete) ef? Sausage Casings and Sausage Room Supplies

New York Lenden Hamburg Montreal Sydney Christ Church, N. Z.

NTI MUU

THE DRODEL CO., Inc.

| Import Sausage Casings Export CASINGS PRODUCE C0. Inc. 801% Pearl St. New York City 336 Johnson Ave. Brooklyn, N. Y.

Tel: Whitehall 7916-7917-7918 Cleaners and importers Sheep J * H. BERG E- ASING CO. and Hog Casings Siosiiaiisias Sausage Casings Exporters

E. E. SCHWITZKE, Pres. 946 W. 33rd St. Chicago, Ill.

“Sausage Casings

Colored Sausage HARRY LEVI & COMPANY

Importers and Exporters 842 WEST LAKE STREET CHICAGO Is in demand be-

cause of its uni-

ioe The Stockinet Smoking Process approved by the B.A.I. if the col-

or used has been

U. 8S. Letters Patent No, 1,122,715

certified by the Saves U. S. Dept. of Agriculture. L a b or T. E. HANLEY & CO. Trimmings U. S. Yards, Chicago Shrinkage Distributors of Smoke Your Meats in Stockinets and Get Uniformity, Sanitation, a —. SQUARE Butts and Appearance Rey salon ated To get large sales, your Mr. Quality should have the assistance

of Mr. Stockinet appearance Numerous Packers Throughout the Country Are

When You Write Why Not You? ‘Tie Advertiser For Further Particulars Write or Phone Mention Thomas F. Keeley, Licensor THE NATIONAL PROVISIONER 516 East 28th Street, Chicago, Ill. Telephone Calumet 0349

ydahy's 5s Selected Sausage Casings

CAS ERUE T1O@. * Be e ef 2 She ep UNIFORMLY

SELECTED »Cudahy Packing Co.USA: fi We Monroe St.) CALicagco.

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Don’t Do That! Don’t Do That!! Why, Man, He’s Your Client

Talking to vou, Mr. Plant Designer. Don't give the Poor Fellow something that will some day set his works on fire.

Give Him Hydraulic Elevators and Keep All Fire Out of the Elevator Hatches

Don't let the Electric Fire Bug “sting’’ him sa z Q : Double Geared Che fact is this:

Elevator hatches with a continuous upward draft are Big Dust Collectors.

Dust and air in a certain proportion is like gun cotton Cellulose, if you happen to know. Celluloid, another form.

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Yot are all set for an explosion and a fire. And it will be along sooner or later.

\sk your Insurance Expert “How about it?” Give Your Client Ridgway Elevators and Score with Him

If we can get under the electrical hide with this Steam-Hydraulic in-

formation a whole lot of Plant Designers are going to put feathers in their caps by “HOOKIN’ ’ER TO THE BILER” e e Craig Ridgway & Son Co. Elevator Makers to the folks who know COATESVILLE, PA.

Direct Acting

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A box that does not chip or split

Here’s a box that is not an ordinary box in any sense; a container that possesses every requirement that a shipper of perishable or semi-perishable goods could demand.

It’s made from Balsa—that unusual wood that is lighter than cork, resilient as spruce, strong as pine. The wood that provides insu- lation against both heat and cold. Shippers of mayonnaise, fresh meat, sausage, squabs, dairy products, ice-cream, candy—perishable

Baltimore Langdon, D. C.

Boston Peekskill, N. Y. products of all .kinds—are finding Balsa

Buffalo San Francisco Boxes the solution of their shipping prob-

Cincinnati Seattle lems. Write for complete information to Saale address below.

THE FLEISCHMANN TRANSPORTATION COMPANY

Balsa Box Department

New York Chicago 699 Washington Street 327 S. La Salle Street

THE NATIONAL PROVISIONER

Making

June 12, 1926,

uality CASING CYLINDERS Brushes !

The cylinder above can be refilled with either Rice Root or Bristle. The importance of a good casing brush cannot be overestimated. We feel certain that better results can be obtained from our brushes : : ; at than any on the market. We can furnish new. cylin- Making quality brushes for discriminating

Sore © Comes, users is not a simple task. Ordinary brushes made of ordinary materials will not stand the strenuous tests to which they are subjected in the packing industry.

We know what packing house brushes must do—and we are thoroughly familiar with the conditions under which they are used. Strong OVAL BEEF WASHER bristles and fibers are essential, because, in

(Brass Wire Drawn.) the final analysis, a brush is no better than

Block 10%"x37%”, 134” trim. the material from which it is made.

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Vol. 74

Chicago and New York, June 12, 1926

No. 24

Packer Salesmen and Collections

Much Depends on the Judgment and

Watchfulness of the

Salesman In

Dealing With Various Types of Trade

When is the best time to collect a bill ?

Can packer salesmen do this as soon as they go into a customer’s store?

Or should they sell him more, and then venture to ask for payment for goods sold previously ?

Can there be a hard and fast rule about making collections?

Perhaps the greatest trouble is that salesmen are too often weak-kneed about their collections.

Tie Up the Packer’s Money.

They forget that their employer has had his money tied up for some time in the goods they sold. The goods are not only delivered to the customer without immediate payment, but he has been able to realize on them, and do business on the packer’s hard-earned money.

If the salesmen constantly kept in front of him his employer’s need of realizing on goods as soon as<