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The Fels Company, Kansas City, Mo. Fels Rays ~ Fels Excellent Liquors Satisfy

KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI            JANUARY, 1911

 

THE HOUSE THAT FELS BUILT.

This is the house that Fels built. This is the House that Fels built.
 
The Field that surrounded the house that Fels built. This is the Field that surrounded the House that Fels built.
 
The golden Grain that ripened so fine... This is the golden Grain that ripened so fine, in the Field that surrounded the House that Fels built.
 
This is the Tub that held the Mash, brewed with so much care from the golden Grain that ripened so fine, in the Field that surrounded the House that Fels built.
 
This is the Worm wherein was distilled with skill the Liquor rare, from the Mash so carefully brewed from the golden Grain that ripened so fine, in the Field that surrounded the House that Fels built.
 
This is the Oak Cask, so huge and stout, that aged so well the Liquor rare, distilled with skill, from the Mash so carefully brewed from the golden Grain that ripened so fine, in the Field that surrounded the House that Fels built.
 

This is the Full Quart as clear as light, wherein was poured the Liquor rare, that was aged so well and distilled with skill, from the Mash so carefully brewed from the golden Grain that ripened so fine, in the Field that surrounded the House that Fels built.
 

This is Uncle Sam's One and Two Dollar Bills, that bought four Full Quarts as clear as light, of the Liquor rare, that was aged so well and distilled with skill, from the Mash so carefully brewed from the golden Grain that ripened so fine, in the Field that surrounded the House that Fels built.
 

This is the Case, so nifty and strong, wherein was packed, the Four Full Quarts, as clear, as light, of the Liquor rare, that was aged so well and distilled with skill, from the Mash so carefully brewed from the golden Grain that ripened so fine, in the Field that surrounded the House that Fels built.
 

This is the Car so speedy and sure, that carried the Case, wherein was packed the Four Full Quarts as clear, as light, of the Liquor rare, that was aged so well the Liquor rare, distilled with skill, from the Mash so carefully brewed from the golden Grain that ripened so fine, in the Field that surrounded the House that Fels built.
 

This is the man so jolly and round, whose taste requires the Liquor rare, that was aged so well and distilled with skill, from the Mash so carefully brewed from the golden Grain that ripened so fine, in the Field that surrounded the House that Fels built.

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