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THE SUN, SUNDATj- NOVEMBER 20, 1JR
BUFF PLYMOUTH ROCKS
MUCH IMPROVED BREED
Now I!'in!r Iti'rd to More I'.x'ii
jiiiiI IScllci' (iolrtcii Hi'nwii
Hue TIiiiii at I'iisl.
ll 1,1)1 is I'M I, (ill Ml M.
Tim olilwt i)f nil American breiiN ot
poultry Is tho I'lymoiith llik. Its tttP.it
popularity li.it imuspi! It to hi" lirnl Iti
a vatUsy of color?, ln'i;liiiiliii? with Hip
orli-ltixl hnrrlcil variety Mini follow pil by
the white, hun, partrldRi', ellV" r peiicilleil,
Coluniliian aiid RoMrn barml
Tho White1 I'lyinoiith Ito'-k v.i brpil
from "slHirtH ami illilno ftoin tbi
btrieil. Tho InUl, whirli .win nrlKl
liahil In tlie rally 'fui anil for a Uiiip
nrrr the must popular, wcio the rectilt
of vail. ill"! i'Ioki'K hetweeii tin' white
I'll mouth Itiu'K, buff cochin, burr le
InirtiM anil Ithiiih iKlaml reil, In their
early hltory they vnrleil Ktvutly in
tOlHil'a of color, hut the fanrleiH of tho
bteeil hy lunl work xoon ucreeleil In
breedliiK them to a morn even and bet
ter cohlen huff color than were their
parent, the buff cochin and huff let-horn,
Huff rocks iiImo improved greatly In shaps
and for excellence In breed typ tht buff
Is recond only to tha whit rook.
Thin la n, linn farmer fowl. lining el
ceiitlonally well on free range ntul pot
WMnInjr utility iinlltlen that are ilp.ilra
lile. It is a "food forager and a consist
ently tfood lajer of larso biowiilh rBi""!".
many of which are produced In winter,
when the farmer can net most money
for them. Tin- chleXM nw haidy and of
minted growth, developing rapidly to
hniller elzo nnd for such nro much
teemed. When neatly full grown they
make the best of masting fowls, uiiJ their
ihh, yellow Kkm and legs and full, plump
breasts appeal Mroimly to the. Ameri
The rich golden huff of their plumage,
bright ml heads, isitnhs and wattles ami
golden yellow legs make them striking
lowts clthtr In the exhibition pen or on
Tlicy have many devoted breeders who
are, banded together In a national club
for tho purpose of Improving nnd popu
larizing tho bleed.
These fowls do well In small numbers,
which tntiit be confined, and ate there
for" valuable for backyard or "home"
Hocks. Their color does not easily t-lioiv
tho soil of confinement like white plu
mage will do. The hen are good hiNrs
Thy will sit, hatch aiid rear chick lis
fit that it Hock of buff rocks will -uippl,
the home table with eggs, btollers, toast
ers nnd fricassees and prove profitable to
When full grown, buff rock tnal-n
weigh from to ! iKitinds, females
from Ct, to s pounds,, anfl the latter
reaeli laying maturity In from tiifc to
BUFF PLYMOUTH ROCKS
Get Winter Eggs, Feed
Dr. Hess Poultry Pan-a-cc-a
This Trial Package FREE
Vnti nitem in he- r-ettinn vour hens in shaoe for the winlcr. Moultinc
is about over. This invariably leaves hens in a weakened condition.
Dr. I less Poultry Pan-a-ce-a is a splendid tonic. It con-
IE ditions your liens, tones up the dormant crk organs,
Makes Poultry Healthy Helps Hens Lay
Costs but 1c a day for HO fowl. The best way to prove the
merits of Or. Hess Poultry Pan-a-cc-als to try it.
DR. HESS & CLARK, Ashland, Ohio.
(it your pacagt from any oj tht folhiting dcalen :
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Melistrr ii. .imrltiiii I'nnllry Miles Co., an Itar.
Miiini X Waller Co.. flO A 3' Bar- ilii M.
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M. A. "n rim.it . O.VJ Soiiirl. tlr.
Klnc's Itrelli ooliiclenl siore, 107 K.
.lain f., it liliiiiniirlilce.
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balwr llrii,, . .tiicKken Ac. t'uriinii,
( I III Ilueurle, 'I'ln.lll ii,n A Mlers
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Ilenrj l.urt. 117 llnltokrii Ae.
t'lms. II. I'liKKe. 1.1 IliinroeU Ae.
IN THIS VII'IMTV.
.lolm 0. Mitrltn. ,tr., AS.1 Trntrr Ac,
.ler.ey lily lleiKlits.
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M'm. IjiulM-nhrlinrr, Ale. K Istli
I.eu. I A mi. Inc., SIH1.HI7 lliirk-
rllsuek limik Itislil, Mel llulxiken.
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New York's Largest
Live Stock Dealer
will exhibit high-class
ANIMALS CATS DOGS
at the Palace Show
All lovers of animals should not fail to visit our exhibition.
An expert poultryman in attendance to demonstrate
the operation of
BUCKEYE INCUBATORS; MACKAY COLONY
STOVES; INTERNATIONAL HOVERS:
BUCKEYE KANT KROWD BROODERS.
Send for catalogue on Poultry Supplies.
William Bartels Company
42-44 Cortlandt St. Hudson Terminal Bldg.
BIG LIST OF ENTRIES
FOR SHOW IN PALACE
Kcry Clnss hi Poultry Section
Shows Inorpnsp Over
PATS A I. SO TO UK ON VI KW
EIGHTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION
Grand Central Palace
Lexington Avenue and 46th Street
Dec. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 From 10 A. M. to 10:30 P. M.
Model Poultry Farm
In Full Operation
All laid out with HOUSES, RUNS, INCUBATORS,
WATCH THE CHICKS HATCH
More Than 11,910,000 Exhibits
IiH-Uidinj; All Kinds of
POULTRY, PIGEONS. PET STOCK and CATS.
SPECIAL CAT SHOW, WED. to FRIDAY inclusive.
Admission 50 Cents; Children 25 Cents.
The Big Show of the Year
Come to our booth anil let us how you how
to make more money out of your poultry and
how to keep your poultry well by usitiK
l'ii.tf Knji tablet. J'ratM llahy C'liick Food, Pratts
Ifiilirv l)Mnfcitaiit, and ntlm Pratts Remediev We
vull Bue vim free Imok. on poultry keepinc and poultry
Mlttvitrt tilth (r iumd.. t ..... . i '
William Bartels Co.; The Stumpp & Walter Co.
2X6 WKST 31TH STREET
Fnctory, Pnterion, N. J.
The Capital Egg Box
THE PARCEL POST BOX
Kmlorsiid by the Kuilway Mail .Ser
vice tiK tnuetiiiK ovury reiitiircmunt,
each oirir in u rwIiik lied of its own.
Absolutely no hrcnkuKi'H. The
liKhtest and cheapest package on
The Capital Chick Box
Tile Chick Preervcr
si:i: must! not:s at Tin: snow at amurican
I'OVLTllY SALES CO.'S EXHIBIT.
With noirie nutlylnc eootloin Mil', to l
hp.inl from, olo- to 4.310 eutrim ,ir in
hand for tho poultry iliow which bi'ijitis
oa Ttiortny nl tho (Jntnil lVntv.il I'nl
nco. SearcPh :i chlckPh cltii. 1ih not
show a material ailvawo nver a cai iiiro.
Slnitle cotali ltufT OrpltiBtons leail. Ithode
I Ma ml Ilwls anil (ittitim are close up
at the hail The Whltn Hock cla'seR
Invo rlllecl finely. White .Wyandott-s
and H.irred lto'k are much a bow
peotatlon.s and Huff lt(Vk tla rtoii"
crd!tb! Tilt-re are Ihikp anil thor
oughly iatlsfartoi y entrl" in r'.ixerollet.
.lutt at the hour of the "liou'it upitiitu;
It lookn ,i.h If some of the ile.il'dly pium-!
inp'.-t elillitor.. would he T A. ami
I Horace llavemeyer of .Mahu'.ih, N. I .
i 'til White Vnudotte! ; Letter Tump-'
( k i h of ("oncoid. M.i.. . with Ithode Isl-
I.md IteiN, both S ntfle anil ltoe Potnh.
W II Willi.imt of l'l.i i.neld. X .1 . tvitlt
White Wvandottes and Wh.te LeKlionis ;
the Otwn lai ins of Vinehaven. .Must,
uith SitiKln I'nmli Huff KrpliiKtoiif. Wlr.te
Wyanilottet ar.tl Wlilt Ftoek" . the l'.i
ture r.itm of Alleiitomi. I'a , etronp In
1 K.ivero'lejt, and aNo ehlhltltiK White
l.enhorut, Camn'ljiejt. Iluttercupj .uwl Co
luinblan Wyaiulottes. tile Dictomapu
I'tiultiv I'ann of Nyack. N V., also
HtimiK n Favprille, and w tli While
Leghorn :m well in thfir exhibit t.i
.Monmouth Karm-t f Kienenu. N" .1 . with
, Hun Whornn, W.lilam I.. I'm k of I'ltt
ton. I'a . with Hoe Comb ltuff I.ei?liorn .
, tin. Si henlet Heights Poultry I'.inn t
I'tt-lmrc, P.i with SihbIo fomb l.onu
lM.itid Hods and ltoe Comli I.oiik Nland
' Some of the .pec.alty clilbltoir ar
i to lie h follow." In S little I'oaib Huff
' (irpttietnn-i, the I.tiekiinw I'.irmK of I.i
rier, Ponn Mis. I N SellirnJHii tf Ii't
incton on the llud'tou and the .toe I'ye
OrpIiiKton l'arm of South Norwalk, ("onn. .
ill C'Htnplnes, .M It. .lat'obiin of FtldRe
lleld, X .1 ; the Homestead Camplne Kann
(('. A Philips) of Waylaml. .Maw., and
the, .Marti id; Hennery of ItlilBefleld, X
.1 In llouclans. Wheat Ilro. of Tread
well, X V , the PrwsnMils I'arm of
l.itthileld. Conn . fl. C. Hilhntui of Pulll
.m, Ind . rind K I), naorman of Kunel
len. X .1 Mi. Ilaerman Is to present
Mme lloinlans of muuh roapectle In.
teixst in the w.t.y of several Jiew varie
ties. Itetls and American lteds; !n Hut
tenuips, Kred l'raser of Salem, X. V.,
who seems likely to brlnK forwaid a re
miirknlilo Arrso f this Ii'r brceil of last
.ear. ami tho Pasture Kami of Allen
This his chicken show, the, Hrst of n
tional Importance this season, and proinls
itic to lead all others In both technical
and popular Interest, opens on Tiiesdav,
December 1. and will continue through
out the week. clo.lnB on the evening of
iSMtlinliij , Oeceinhei- T, Its scene, ,th
llcken breeders all over the country and
the general public well know, Is to' be the
tlit and eeionil Honrs of the Urand Vn
tral Palaie, on I,eInKton .iventie. Xew
, York, covering very nearly twice the
j space of last year, anil with a cat show,
i a pet stock show, a imrpi bird show and
a model farm exhibit In addition to the
i regular chicken classes, Tim how Is to
be piefsced by a dinner at the Hotel
! Hiltmore. on the evening tuecedliiR the
l show s openliiR, Monday, November 30,
, a model poultry farm dinner, at which
a number of distimruiitheil Xew Yorkers
vill be present. Charles -1 1'lsk or Will
burtha I'arm. will be one of the pre
sldlnK Renlues of tills lilu poultry ban
quet, as also will be .1, Courtney Piiiuler
foid The model poultry farm dinner of Mon
day will he the 111 hi of a 'series of din
ners anil nieetlues that will extend
thioUKh the week, and will brlUK breed
ets and bin noultiv owners, trehiiie.il o.i.
I per editors and the Kcner.il public In
i closer and closer I elation) and will do
much to push forwaid the poultry 'n
dustry Tlie Palace show has an Impor
' tint i en son for its existence and prom-
neiicn this .season as never befoie It
will lie the til'stt assemblage on a larxc
scale of the le.ullllu men Of tile chicken
world this year, the Hist presentation of
tlie new stock of many different owners,
and tlie Hist ttyout In contests of rlx-al.
of practically equal fame This gives tlin
Palace show an exceptional advnntatso
and one that Is being looked out for with
1 sptcial keenness for the ic,ij,iii that tho
winners will he enabled to get publicity
land .iih ci Using, with full .u'cmihtn of
their h tones In tlie January Issues of
1 the pnultty journals and tlieiiliy hpread
the news of their Indixldual ulnniphs, all
,o tlnli gre.ii prollt. In Hie older and
i mine I, mull, ir lueeds this publicity counts
I nutetlalh. and pinves tlie salvation of
I ma ly a pniiltry farm mi a l.uge M-alp,
while In specialty brfcillng to-day talk
of Individual Mctories Is even more essen
tial If the new lilies are to be fully popu
larized. Thus, in a K-iise thai can be
big have ceased questioning and the lat
est word Xrom tho express companies Is
that they are eagerly seeking the buelncts
of forwarding fowl of all sorts and antici
pate no trouble whatsoever in making all
deliveries n good time
111 the Palace, oxei on Lexington axe-
l nue, the model farm is now rising on tlie
second lloor with all its varied and com
plicated equipment that will be put Into
operation from tile first moment the show
starts. Tlie brooding and Incubator
houses, the farmhouse, the buildings for
the killing of chickens and the testing ot
ergs are being quickly erected ami car
'o.uls of earth, shrubs and trees arc being
steadily carted in. Tills model farm is to
be a complicated structure anil Is being
constructed as carefully and with as much
regard for exact detail as a scene on the
stage. It is something that has never
been attempted before In mix- ch.cktn
show and is going to aroii't- X'ery gnat
interest on everx hand. Uxcellent as it
s, however, from the poilltrt, breeder's
point of xiew it look as if it would moie
especiall.v Interest the casual vlitor, for
it will show to him n picturesque, con
elusive and sti iking fa-diion Just what
tlie big isiultry Industry of America is
and lt extraordinary development into
a great practical anil ncieiititic business
In addition to the chickens and the cats
and tho pigeons tlne w ill be rn.ni! other
features. One of these, it is Jut an
nounced, will be a Mexican double headed
king parrot. He Is the property of Mr-,
C. I'. "Atwood of X3o Seventh .ix'ettue.
Xew Yolk cit. who s exhibiting him.
He Is between 12 and 14 ears oh! and
as ibis x-ariotx llxes to between mi and Hut
eais he is a verv oung specimen He
sings, whistles and speaks llu-.itly m both
l'ngllsh and Spanish. In scnei.il interest
t'ns pariot w'll rank with the remark
able arrax of Manchuriaii and otlie
crane.. Japanese silkies and tlie large
vailet of rare water and ornamental
fowl tliat (leorge W Tillex of Ikirien.
I C'cnin . is to bring foiwnrd.
I Tile cal entries arc till ng lap.dh The
I new classes. Including that of champion
of champions, are creating much enthu
siasm Thl will be the Hrst exhibit of
the Knplre Cat Cub and there are to be
cats such as liexer have be. n seen before
at the Paln'e, in hiding hosts of the pret
tiest blue and silver kittens the world.
FOOD MUST BE GIVEN
TO FLOCK IN WINTER
in Northern flinmti Chickens
Cnn Oct N't) Nil t urn 1 rood
gluten meal In the same proportion. The
fastens tip growth of feathers e"id
causes tatiii to llnlsh off much better.
Am soon as the birds get on green range
.ii tlie spring the alfalfa ind the meat
sciap tan b almost entirely eliminated
The eMent to which this mash can bo
modified during the summer will depend
upon the range which they have ar.l the
character of the food which It affordr
When the above dry mash Is fe.d
the htMVler breeds than Leghorns, sueh
for example as Plymouth ltoeks anil
Ithode Island lteds, especially with year
lings and two-yiar-old hens, tht ten
dency Is to tako on an excessive amount
of body fat I'ntler theso conditions the
hopper .should be closrsl during the morn
in.g and left open only during the after
noon. This compels the bird to work
mote in looking for the grain scattered
i'. the litter In the morning.
')-y mash is fixed for summer feeding
hy weight Imale
Kind o V'tn I tn pounds,
Wheat nran 2""
Wlieit mill, lllnc I'i
lirelind outs 101
1 lllen feeU e
Melt scr.l !! ''
Tntsl 4T!. 11
Thl. ration, when mixed at home bv the
potiltrynian. will cost approximately J1.73i
per inn pounds. '
The Morning drain Hatlon. In addi-1
tlu'i to tho drv nrisli giain ratlor ant
fed morning anil night. A special ration
.s fed every morning both winter nnd
summer between 7 and 3 o'clock. In the
w.nler this grain ration Is usually scat,
teied .aside the house In the summer I"
can be scittered broadcast about the yard.
Tuo primary object of tics moinlnlg ta
tio!'. Is to indme exercise, thus keeping
the bitds busy and halth.
About fixe pounds of this "-cratchlng
r it loli Is fed to each Inn birds. The
morning scintih ration Is made up as
follow s :
Si rntehli'g ration
Kind of i-"ocrt in noun U cost
r'ieai tnu in
OH" !'" 1
Tots' . . :00 14 13
This latlon when mixed by the poultry
mas w ilt cost about 52 Ot. per one hundred
The N'leht drain Itntinn Between 4
and ." o lock In th afternoon, the time,
iriltig sotneivh.it In summer and winter,
l' ,- night ration i fed it I. composed
i,' whole and i racked grains and Is fed
at the rate of about ten pounds to one
hundred birds, or all that they w'll est up
1, weigh: imate
Klft i' foot in pound- cost
I'rm ked corn aot 1.1.30
Wheat 10! .0
Oats ion I '..1
tin kwli-it I no .0,1
Stumpp & Walter Co.
The New Insurable Prairie
Do not fail to see our
Exhibit at the Grand
Central Palace Show of
the most complete line
of Poultry Plant Equip
ment in New York City.
A ticket to the show given with each cash purchase amounting to $2.00 at our store.
STUMPP & WALTER CO.
30 & 32 Barclay Street New York City
KK.M'I.AIt MKTs' I AUVISP.I
said of no other show, tlie I'al.iA sliotv
that opens this -.par's, season Is a tie-
mentions) factor in the poultry world,
It would seem as If tint ngltatlon over
Dm foot and mouth (pini amine, nnd the
fear that chickens could not be snipped
to reach the I'alace show In tlmo had
tiiltc died awa.x The, entries to the show
prove thai while sonic cxhlhltors are null
timorous the bulk of those thai will show
n. ii .- it. v iir.vvoi.n. i,mi.
Ilenil of the leinrmenl of I'onl
try II nsliniiilr of the Wit .lep-
Xmlenlliirnl Kx perlment
The proper feeds and the methods of
feeding the laMng Hock Is one of the lial
ptoblems for t Ins poultryman Imrlng
the winter months, in the colder clini.i'es,
the birds get n, natural food whatsoever
It is, therefoie. neiessary to suppl It in
tile ration in an etlleieut bat economical
form The food supplv nf tlie lnlng
Hock Is tlie law mateilal from which
Mice maiillfaetill-e ggs mid luejt for
human food eniiMitnptlon.
Wltlioiit the prOr food it is Impos
sible for them to produce the pro-r
quality and amount of eggs win n feed
ing for egg pisluctlon. the following
factors should be considered xxheti mixing
the feeds and supplying them.
l-'irst Nothing but clean, wholesome
food 'o be used,
Second- -ConslderaMe variety in the
ration should be allowed so that each
bird can balance her mm ration
Third A lllx'ial feeding of meat scrap
is la i Rely li sponslble for gre It pi otitic,
I'ourth I'leiitv , f exercise should he
compelled, bv the feeding of grain seat
ti red In deep litter This keeps the bitds
icilxe and in good health.
I'ifth Plenty of water should ' he sup
plied I'Vcsli, clean xvuler should be kept
before them till the time and some form
of succulent should lie ngulaily gi,n
Sixth- The birds sho.ild In- watched
caiel'ully and constant attention glcn to
their health and appetite Any nlcio. trial
condltioiiH should he immediately cm -
Th following milium are i ccoiiiiuended
by the Now .leisey Agi ii ulttir.il Kxpeii
incut Station, after years of expei imeut.il
woik and careful testing. Thcv have
given exceptionally go d lesubs tluough
out tlie State. The niMons as recommended
apply especially 10 tlin light attlxi lirc-ds
like tlie lAghorns. Sucli lil.i,iU, itluns n
arc iicci sHury tor seasonable reeiling and
fill heavier bleeds are described
Hi) iniisli as mined for winici
Tois' . .... 500 43
Th's ration when mixed at home will
cost tlie poultrMliaii about 'I xn per one
The special feature of the above night
i.ition Is tlie fact that it h.i food material
especially adapted to Keep warmth In the
birds body at night. uch for eampl as
corn and buckw In at When the aboxe
ration is fed to the heaviest bleeds, which
have a tendencv to xesixe body fat it
Is good practice to eliminate one-half the
corn and substitute batlc for the buck
wheat l'nirlng tlie summer months nil
that Is necessity is a night ration of equal
pails corn, wheat nnd oats
A good rule to follow In feeding at
night Is to give all that tlie birds xvlll eat
in the evening, and then add a little mors
o them w1!! I,.- enough left for them to
work at In I he morning One material
advantage of the aboxe recommended
methods of feed!' g Is the fart that the
biiils are allowed to balance their own
individual rations In huge meiiHiire, nc.
coidlng to their own paillculsr lequtie
ineiit In addition to tlie above grain fouls
theio aie a numbei of other factors which
should be considered Tile bird's Ivodv
contains over 55 per cent of water ami
the egg lonlnius tie per cent of xvatn.
Hence If the best results aie to lie ob
tained cnnsldeiahlo succulent mateilal in
addition to Hie umln latum is neressaiy
During the winter tins green materi-il
can best b,. supplied bv mangel beets
wliii h have been grown tlie ptcvlous sum
mer and store lo keep thm from fieez
lug In the absence of beets thin green
food Is "Oinmonl.v supplied by sprouting
grain usually oats The grain should
he put m a waun, moist room and fed
at a t'nie when the sprouts are about
three linhes long
I'lenix of clem, fresh, cool water should
be a liable o every II o, k both wlnle
The Whole Equipment
of houses in the
Model Farm Exhibit
is furnished by us. Everything
from a brood coop to a house
of 1000 hens.
Over 600 Birds
Housed at the Palace
in our houses
DON'T MISS IT
E. F. Hodgson, Dover, Mass.
i A CRITICAL inspect -- f
l-r refinements in the ion r '
Hall Mammoth Incub.itf -
ited from all i-itors to
The "Big Eighth"
Superb Poultry Show
and Model Farms Exhibit
l artr,) Cen'rjl p.ila-e Le. .)
heteen 46th and 47th s',i.i
The Hall Incubator rd Co!"
Brooder will be a part ot the .Wei'
Farm.s Exhibit. Detailed &'
stration will be cheerlu!h
Hall : original and standard
The largest exhibit ever
put in a poultry show. A
complete Model Farm in
actual operation; covering
an acre of ground. Every
stage from the hatching of
jthe egg to the finished pro
duct for the table or the
Certified Farms Co..Inc.
26 West 59th St.,
N. Y. City.
The Mackay Colony Brooder
LEADS THEM ALL
Sec our working model a' hr
.NTH VORK ACI.MS
WM. BAKTKI.S CO., 1J forllanili i.
Mackay Colony Brooder Co.,
Bordentown, N. i.
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lert befnre tli bluls tit all tlmrs In
larm i-ftlf frollnir, Immr umiIp lioppor.i,
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ot Ausuit unit Hi'ptfimTorr It l.i a r,,oc
practlc to substitute oil tnil fvr the
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POULTRY INFORMATION BURKAU
Nrvv VorU Hun. N Y.
Married man capable of tak
ing full charge of a large
poultry farm in New Jersey;
one who thoroughly under
stands the breeding and rais
ing of all kinds of poultry.
Must have first class refer
ence as far back as possible.
Very good position for the
man who will bear investiga
tion. State age and full par
ticulars. Address H., box
108 Sun Office.
Be Sure and Look
hrp at the I'ula r I'"
anil ask for tlu Hixu-!''' .
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ire our ixlnl'lt ,tt tin I'Mm shuw
GOLDEN POULTRY GRIT
Hie JleM II v TrU
llmie in siri' o
200 lbs, Sl.00 S4.00 per Ton
Mau.-i, lien t , h
J. A. HUCCS, Riverdale, N. i.