National Geographic : 1919 May
______________________I The pattern ofqood candy The quaint wooden frame in which the old-time sampler was usually embroidered held the canvas of the needlework er's art. Some samplers, started early in life and added to from year to year, expressed a whole life-time of artistic effort. Whitman's Sampler-"started in 1842"-sums up the three quarters of a century we have devoted to the art of making candy and making it good. Each of the sweets in the Sampler tells, in its own .origi nal and delightful way, why Whitman's candies are famous throughout a whole continent. Selections from ten of our most favored packages are contained in the Sampler. Sold all over the United States by Whitman agents-usually the better drug stores. Every package guaranteed by the agent and by us. STEPHEN F. WHITMAN & SON, Inc., Philadelphia, U. S. A. Makers of Whitman's Instantaneous Chocolate, Cocoa and Marshmallow Whip "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"