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Farmer Jones Cook Book

Farmer Jones Cook Book
Date: 1914
The Farmer Jones Cook Book was issued by the Fort Scott Sorghum Syrup Co., Fort Scott, Kansas. Mary, the woman on the cover, worked for the company's manager and his family.

Seelye's Almanac, Health Guide, and Cook Book; Abilene, Kansas

Seelye's Almanac, Health Guide, and Cook Book; Abilene, Kansas
Creator: A. B. Seelye's Medicine Company
Date: 1903
These images show the booklet titled Seelye's Almanac, Health Guide, and Cook Book, published by A. B. Seelye Medical Company in Abilene, Kansas. The approximately 50-page booklet contains advertisements and testimonials for Ner-Vena, Wasa-Tusa, Magic Cough and Consumption Cure, Seelye's Wintergreen Ointment, Wintergreen Soap, A. B. Seelye's Happy Life Pills, Seelye's Universal Stock and Poultry Powder, Horse Liniment, Seelye's Hair Tonic and Restorative, and other remedies. There are also advertisements for powdered spices, flavoring extracts, and household recipes. Almanac information about such things as calendars, phases of the moon, and weather forecasts are also included. The cookbook section begins on page 41.

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