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. All winter long tho husky drovo
Sat winning pennants by tha utovo.
Wook after week, time slipped away
With double-hoiulors evory day.
Tho crowd Hint won tho winter flnjj
Mny slump today and hold tho bag.
lloro's hoping wo've a goodly team
Thnt will not shntter winter's dream.
MORE LEGAL LIGHT.
(Mt. Olivet Tribune.)
Tudgp Hucklur has had a window put
t ' 'V1'1 tlie 1,urt" "','0 of ,lis ,!UV mcc t1
, , .giving him light from tho north, cast
, . and west. J. 8. Harrison did tho work
. -'neatly and artistically.
', MOTHERS OF THIS COUNTRY .
have through nil ages past and will
through all years to come, tnko caro of
tho ordinary simple ailments incident to
every family with their own favorite
In almost every homo in tho land,
Lydia B. J'inkhum's Vegetable Com
pound is the recognized standard house
hold remedy for fomnlo ills; thousands
of American women owo their good
henltli to it. Made from tho roots
aT herbs of the Held, it is a simple,
romedy In whieh suffering women may
place perfect confidence. Jt contains no
narcotics or harmful drugs.
Made Strong By Vinol.
John 0, I'urmnn, of Clarion, Pa., says:
"After ii very severe attack of tho
grippe my system was in a weakoneil,
nervous and run-down condition. I had
no appetite at all. 1 was obliged to
continuo with my work, nud nothing
seemed to help mo until a friend in
duced mo to take Vinol. I began- to
note good results from the first bottle.
I continued its use nud am now sound
and well an ever.
In health one cannot realize how de
pressed a person may become after try
ing one-remedy after another without
benefit lor such a condition as Mr.
. I'liriunn was in, or what a relief it is to
.i find help and bo restored to health and
L,,It is tho (ombined action of the
I medicinal curat ivi' elements of cods' 11 v-
ors without the greasy oil, aided by the
blood-making and strength-creating
I propel ties of tonic iron, that makes
f Vinol so cMciuiit in building up the
weakened run down sytcni.
Wo guarantee Vinol to .give, you per
fect satisfaction. J. ('. I'ccor, Drug
gist, Mnysville, Ky.
J. S.-For rough, scaly skin, try our
Saxo Salve. We guarantee it.
FACT AND FANCY.
Tho meaning of plntonic lovo is thnt
tho young gent can't ntt'onl to marry.
Potato wino is the latest.
The latest thing out is tho latchkey
girl. , ,
The averago man is at his working
best nt' .'I . in.
A littlo knowledge is the usual
A church in Soidlitz, Bohemia, has a
chandelier of human lionns.
All tho world 'loves it lover ho 'a
such n laugh.
The Wright brothers began life as
journalists with the West Side News,
it four-page weekly with -100 subscrib
ers. Ilabics like, a man with whiskers.
Thcro's something about him they
seem to cling to,
Chowing tobacco which is fast dis
appearing is often steeped in rum
Every girl's thoughts aro nbove
dross when on hats.
Men's clothes aro now cut very loose
Poverty is tho ono blessing, which we
.never begmdgo our friends.
INCIDENT BRINGS TO MIND
J"oo Orimes, Maysvllle Man, who Was
Known for Unusual Proportions.
(Oeorgctown, (Ohio) News Democrat.)
Mention a few weeks since by tho
visit of White Eagle, father of the
late Luther McCarty, pugulist, to this
place, was sufllcient to bring to mind
of Slr. Jacob Kalnoy, that thero
onco lived and, grow to manhood n
man, who, for gigantic proportions, had
fotv equals in tho world. This was Joe
Orimes, who lived a few miles west of
Ooorgotown. Ho died seven or eight
years ago, nnd his weight was at 754
pounds. Ho became a nntinoal cole--brlty.
His neck measurement was 20
r inches, his height C foot, 4 inches. Ho
'moosurod around the shoulders, outside
tho arms, 95 inches, nnd around the
chest, under tho arms, 07 inches. II U
wnist inoauroinent was 72 Inchos, while
5Kh!s legs at tho thigh measured 48 inches.
'i ,0 rimes' death was duo to oncroachment
of fut upon his heart, anil ho Is "well rc-
VJincmbered by many peoplo who will
trad this reference
es was a well-known Maysvlllo
at. ono time. Ho roda a bttyvlo
olil:avelefiwt, ,. ,v
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Given Saturday Morning By Miss Jos
. sle O, Yancoy County School
Miss Jessie O. Yancoy gavo an Inter
esting talk to her tenchers concerning
tho K. K. A. nt her oHlce last Saturday
Sho mentioned that sho had seen a
model country homo from Winthrop, N.
C, and urged upon tho teachers to see
it and get tho costs, and bring back the
facts about the houso to their patrons.
Sho urged her teachers to got. their
Trustees and women too, to go to tho
K. E. A. Tho round trip fare is only
$1.3!). Lodging nt tho Cortlandt $1.00
por night, including bath, breakfast,
lunch, 25c, dinner 50c. All tho teachers
and Trustees of Fnyctto County have
enrolled. Will Mason County bo behind
Fayette. Enrollment fee, $1.00. Any
one may enroll. The following have en
Messrs. Gault, Btickncr, Callihan.
Downing, Caldwell; Misses I'iorce, Wal
lace, Irwin, May llurphy, Essio Uoone,
Margaret Wood, Elizabeth Murphy,
Harriett Haughaboo, Elizabeth Childs
and Miss Dobyns.
Tho Business Men's Club of Louis
ville made a generous offer to the coun
try tenchers. lu that thoy givo $1.00
on tho pnrchnso prico of the book call,
cd tho "ltUKAL SCHOOLS," a book
that will cost tho teachers only C0e, and
should bo in the hands of every teacher.
Dr. Locke, tho Stnto Health ollicor
from Dnrlioursvillc, will bo at tho Mo
rausburg school on the afternoon and
evening of tho 21st. Ho will, build
and illustrate the sanitary toilet.
The delegation leaves on Tuesday tho
28th and on Wednesday the teachers can
visit any school they may desire, among
tho schools mentioned were the "Open
Air," "School for Defective." and
for "So-culled Had Hoys."
Among tho prizes Miss Yancey is anx
ious that her county should win tho
first prize, viz: "Het Exhibit from a
County as a Whole." And for ono of
her teachers to write the prize essay of
130 words on "Why a Teacher Should
Attend the K. K. A..'"
Miss Yancey said there were 0:1,000
school gills engaged in canning, and
supervised by J!00 women, and n little
twelve year old gill named Clyde Sul
livan, of Ninth f.-uoliua, made the best
record and denied 181 on an acie.
Mrs, Cal Arthur was Mmmiii County's
representative at tho Country Woman's
She read from Mrs. Williams' speech
how consolidation works lu SlielbyCoun
ty, Tenii. They have spent .h.0,0n0
in five years. They have 14 High
Schools. In one, 14 miles from a rail
road, they employ seven teachers, pay
ing the principal $150, two teachers $SO
each, and grade teachers $ti0 each per
month. School building cost $.1S,()00,
has sanitary appliances thioughmit the
building and grounds. Owns its own
DAILY AT 1 P. M.
Tho most attractive feature of travel
is talking about it after the journoy is
When a man dreams it is of the dis
comfiture of an enemy and the generous
ti eat merit he accords his beaten foe.
TOBACCO AND ILLITERACY.
If the farmers continuo to ralio large
crops of tobacco and keep the children
out of school, nothing more can bo ex
pected than illiteracy and ignorance.
GRANT MONUMENT BILL
Believed To Be Ready To Receive Fa
vorable Action In Congress.
(Oeorgctown (Ohio) Xews Democrat.)
Privato letter received by Hon. E. F.
Blair from Dr. Bohror contains informa
tion last week that Congressman Foss is
preparing to appeal to tho congressional
library commlttco for favorable action
concerning tho appropriation for the
Grant monument to bo erected iii
Georgetown. In tho meant iino it bo
hooves nil cltlzons to sign tho many pe
titions which aro to be forwarded to
hi m urging immediate action. Indi
cations are promising that this appro
priation can bo secured and it Is ug
gcstPd that thoso interested wiito per
sonal lotters to Congressman Fess urg
ing immcdlato ncttou in this instance.
Will Bo Let By Text Book Commission
To Be Named Soon By On v.
Frankfort. Somo timo this month,
probably this week, Gov. McOreary will
announco his appointment to tho Stato
Textbook Commission, which will lot
the flvo-year contract in July for fur
nishing text books for tho common
schools, a contract amounting to more
than $5,000,000. In addition to Presi
dent H. S. Barker, of State University,
Prestdont II. II. Cherry or Prof. A. C.
Burton, of tho Wcstorn Kentucky Nor
mal, and Prof. Richard JohuBOn, of tho
Eastern Normal, tho names of Supt
II. O. McKeo, of tho Frankfort City
Schools; Representative V. D, Ham
mond, of Franklin; and Prof. B. WT
Shorrlll, of Pinevllle, nro mentioned 'as
possible 'members of tho comraUBlon.
Mof'tkaR'100 applications lor. appoint
wvMt hve Wa iled-tfflth the averno
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Miss Williams say this Is accomplish
ed by a BOND ISSUE.
The solution to the rural situation
soems to bo to dovclop tho farm women.
U. 11. M un ford of Richmond, Va., says
develop tho fnrm women as wo develop
tho fnrm land.
(live tho women ho snnio conven
iences and aids ns tho man gets'nnd em
ploys, and there will not bo tho drift to
Oct busy on tho enrollment. Oct
busy on your school exhibit, and tako
all you can with you, nud bring buck
nil you can from tho 1. 10. A. is tho
Luckily for tho success of his suit, a
woman seldom sees n man before brenk
fast until after she is married to him.
Give a woman cosmetics and u dotted
veil and sho will oxecute n counterfeit
of youth good enough to fool half tho
KENTUCKY CORN CROP IS WORTH
TWICE AS MUCH AS THE
Tho corn crop of Kentucky is worth
more than all tho other farm crops com
bined. Its estimated value in 1SU.1 was
$50,807,000, moro than twice that of
tho Stato's tobacco crop.
The year 1013 was not a good corn
year and tho averago yield for tho
Stato was only twenty bushels to the
acre. Some of tho best of tho corn
growing States did not do ns well, but
tho averago yield for tho country nt
largo was twenty-thrco bushels. In
acreage Kentucky ranks eleventh
among tho States, but in 1013 thirty
four States reported- a higher average
yield. In 1010 nnd 1012, better crop
years, tho Stato's average was approx
imately thirty bushels, but tho aver
ago in more than half tho States of
tho Union was higher.
Tho figures show conclusively that
the corn growers of the State are not
getting tho results they ought to get
fiom their efforts. Kentucky hail .'I,
050,000 acre in corn in 1013. Soil
improvement, more c-nre in seed corn
selection nud better methods of cnlti
Mition would double the production of
the more than thice million acres of
land that Kentucky is planting every
year in corn. Indeed, it is safe to
say that with only moderate improve
nu.'iit in these pniticulnis on tho part
of the rank and file of the farmers
there would be a material increase of
production and that without any in
crease of ncreago.
Tho average yield of corn in some of
our counties is us low as fifteen bushels.
That this is due solely to pour methods
has been demonstrated by the boys
com dubs which, in every section of
tho State, from tho mountains to the
Mississippi River, havo made records of
100 bushels and upward to tho acre.
Marion Leonard, Ev lybo y'sF voritc, in Warner's 3-Recl Fe ture
"A Leaf in the Storm"
A Great Dramatic Success
Tho lowbrow caters to his kind and
seldom works much hnrm. It is the
highbrow who toors to play to tho low
foreheads who becomes a menace.
Another fallacious theory is that fal
len humanity can bo rescued by provid
ing it with nn opportunity to go to
work. Tho rulo Is that those who wish
to work find it themselves.
THE NEW YORK SUN'S ESTIMATE
OF PRESIDENT WILSON.
"Rarely has a President of tho Unit
ed States suffered, a moro complete,
decisive and unexpected defeat than
that which cnnio to Woodrow Wilson
in New Jcrsoy in a campaign in which
ho mado his administration and party
leadership tho issues."
"Tho hopo of Democratic continua
tion in power rests infallibly upon tho
prospects of prolonging tho Rnpubllcnn
division, through which Wilson wns
elected presidont, and yet, in tho Sov
onth New Jersoy district, the reunion
botween tho Republicans and Progres
sives was almost complete."
"The vordict of tho voters was na
tionally conspicuous because it was an
Eastern district,, tho first coherent nnd
cogent nnswor of it patient East to the
abuse, hardship nnd actual injustice
which' a Government dominated by a
fusion botween tho Old West nnd tho
New South has directed at it."
"Plainly, tho Chautauqua utterances
of Mr. Bryan aro awakening different I
echoes on tho banks of tho Passaic
than ou thoso of tho riatte."
"Tho electorate- was of mill hands
and machinists, wprklngmen, whom the
promlso of 'Tho New Freedom' and
'Tho Constitution of Business' but were
tho pledges of lowered cost of living;
nml wlrlnW inrrrniuv1 onnortunitleH. Hut I
nt tho ond of a year they have found
that.it was tho OITOKTUXITY TO
EAHN A LIVELIHOOD AND NOT
THE COST OF LtVINQ WHICH HAD
"That unrest, dissntisf action, disap
proval, partly derived from the failure
of tho programme of tho Presidont to
improvo business or to accelerate Indus
try, partly from disgust at tho shunt
nnrt Bhoddy, tho cheap and ridiculous,
which such mejt na Bryan-and .Daniels
havo imported into liigu places, should
ot tekycr 'fcft, um."
r- '' ;!?'-'"!''' rx
Nothing to .dliappotnta a woman ni
the discovery that hor huiband has been
telling hor tho truth.
WHAT WOULD I DO WITH
I have always been nblo to handlo tho
"no cents" nbout as woll as tho othor
fellow. In fact, I havo no troublo in
getting rid of my apportionment of tho
"circulating medium", "tho provorblal
30 cents," which somo women recnll
when thoy desiro to mnko a thing look
laflinitcsimnl In value. But what about
the $100,000? I would start around tho
squaro ngain, looking for tho men I
have been trying to itodge, and say to
them, "Como down to my office, I will
givo you a cheek for what I owo youl"
I would even do more than that. 1
would knock the first bulldozoing scala
way down who Intimated my infororlty,
financially, socially, politically, or any
other "1-c-a-M-y," instead nncaklng
oft like a cowardly dog.
Givo n mini who has been used to suf
fer abuso because ho has no raonoy
five ($) dollars and ho will begin to
bristle up when insulted by thnt
"better class1' set givo him $50 and
hn will knock the stullln' out of some
tho "class", to the utter astonishment
of thoso who do not know that ho had
that $50 nerve stimulant iu his pockot,
Tho best medicino to braco a follow
up who has been down in tho currency
gutter, is money. It is bettor for shat
tered norves, depressed spirits and that
"all gone" felling that all tho stiraul
hints, pamiceas, electric belts manu
factured by all tho patent quacks in
What would 1 do with $100,000f 1
would mnko somo fellws who wear
good clothing nnd who pass rno with
contempt, except when they stop to
stick n dun under my nose, feel like
"that 30 cents." I'd put a now suit
on every littlo, ragged urchin on tl
street; and have them parade "Broad
way and Say that the most confounded
niggerly, stingy, old miserly cuss of a
merchant to bo found in the town, gave
them tho clothes. Of course he'd bo
mad and swear, but that would make
no dilferenee to me, I'd bo getting even
with him for some of his insults to me
and the mothers of these boys, las!
winter when coal was "30 cents" :i
Wouldn't I pay olT the mortgage on
the (dd home! And build a new house,
get my wife a new dress and goods to
mnko more on that new machine, buy
groceries to last three months, get a
grns., of mutches and buy tho children a
box of shoe polish nud a jews-harp!
nothing small nbout me. I havo not
had that $100,000 long enough for it to
shrivel my soul. No; but I'll "Coal
nil Johnnie" before it has any such in
tlucncc on me.
" 'Tis tho poor man alonp who can
hear tho poor groan of a brother in
want." J. S. MAVITV.
Among tho colored brethren of the
town thero is a religious excitcmout
such as has never been heard of pre
viously. A sanctified brother from n
distant town, accompanied by his fe
male co-wprknrs, holds nightly scrvicos
in tho colored I. O. O. F. Hall. Tho
order of tho service is uulquo. Aftor
tho preacher remonstrates with the sin
ner to givo up his sins, prayers aro of
fered for all who want to becomo suik,
tilled. Tho fomnlo co-workers then do
the "Holy Ghost" danco, which is a
now stunt in torpsichoroau art. For
sons who havo seen it say it ia a cross
between the tango and tho old-tlmo rag.
Tho services aro largoly attended and
many of tho pillars of Brothor Drano's
Baptist Church aro finding tho "sccoud
blessing". Grave apprehension is fear
ed on tho part of the few loyal Bap
tists still left to stand by tfiolr pastor,
lest their church will bo wiped out by
leason of their members leaving It for
tlio sanctificntion faith.
FISH AND GAME
Rehabilitate Kentucky Expects
Deer Hunting To Como Back
For replenishment of Kentucky
streams aud fields tho Stato will got
this year 11,000,000 fish, 100 pairs of
Hungarian partridges, deer anil any
quid! which is purchasable In tho United
States, according to J. Quincy Ward, ex
ecutlve agent of tho Kentucky State
Fish and Oamo Commission, who spoUt
at a meeting of the Kentucky Fish null
Giimn Protoctlvo Association.
"Kentucky has novor gotton hor full
j apportionment of fish from tho United
Krnin.1 finvnriimflnr linimmn III fnrmni-
viaw t(o gtato ' ,nw8 wwo
properly enforced," said Mr. Ward.
"The Government will ovcu up matters
somewhat this year,''
Mr. Ward prophesied that door hunt
lug would again bo n Kentucky sport.
Ho Niiid many moro thickly sottlejl
Stntes, such as Massachusetts, woro en
joying it. Twenty-four dcor already
have been placed on presorves In tho
mountain district, aud moro will bo so
cured, ho said. Tho Stnto Commission
would go anywhere to got quail, ho dej
clarod, but no Stato had yet boon fpunl
.which would lot any vf these birds gqt
jtiiw- wf i iiiir fit HH uiimniiiK.' i i iiaiMpa"v
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40 S THE LEDGER PHONE
OWINO TO THE FACT THAT TEL
EPHONB NO. 33 IS A PRIVATE
PHONE OP MR. THOMAS A. DAVIS'
IT CANNOT BE TRANSFERRED TO
THE PUBLIC LEDGER. THEREFORE
THE LEDGER'S LOCAL AND LONG'
DISTANCE PHONE IS NO. 40.
BESSIE EYTON, MABEL VAX BUR
EN AND FRANK CLARK IN
"THE TRAGEDY OF AMBITION"
(Two I'art Solig Drama.;
ISABEL RE A IN
Two Part Vitagraph Fcaturo
A Good, Sound, De
pen dable Watch,
made by the largest
and most famous
watch company in
the world. uThe
best watch for the
CHAS. W. TRAXEL & CI
Good Business on
We have for sale the
Child's Cigar Stand on
Second htreet. Tins is an
old established business:
is making money now as
it always has. This is a
splendid oponing for the
right parties. If you want
this business see us at
once as we are going tn
sell it to some one.
NKD FINLEY, GLADDEN' JAMES
AND RITA HAIIE IS
"OAUOIIT WITH THE GOODS"
( Vitn;rap!i Two Heel Oomod.v.
SiT. 20, of Current Evonts.
6 HEELS OP FEATURE FILM fi
SAYS KENTUCKY'S DEBT IS
Kentucky's actual public debt is
$1,799,943.28 and not $1,450,000 as stat
ed by tho consus bureau in a prelimin
ary report, accordiug to Assistant State
Auditor G. B. Likens, who says that
many of tho Stato's apparent oblign
tions aro really not obligations at all.
Bennre of OlntrarnU For Cnlnrrh Thnt
at mercury will mrsljdeitroy the seme of smell
and completely derange the whole tyitem when
entering It through the mucous surfaces. Such
artloles should never be used except on preicrlp.
tlons from reputable physicians, as the damage
they will do Is tenfold to the Rood you can possi
bly derlre from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, man
ufactured by F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, O., con
tains no mercury, and Is taVen Internally, sating
llrectlyupon the blood and muoous sutacesof
the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be
sureyou get the genuine. It Is taVen Internally
and made tn Toledo, O., by-F. J.Cheney A Co
Sold by Druggists. rrlce75f perbottle.
Take Hall's Family Plllsf or constitution .
:i:Upiu... 10:50 en
a'35 p m 'liIB p m
n. S. ELLIS, Agent.
Chesapeake & Ohio
Sonedulo effective Nov,
30,1813. Sub-at to obangf
ITKAIN8 IiSAVK MAYSV1LLE, KY.
8:39 a.m., 8:33 a.m.,
tilt p. m ..dally.
5:80 a.m., 8:1(1 a. m.,
R'Ct nm..(1ftllv. local.
l:4Up, m., 8:(3 p. m.,
PsWa. m., 6:80 p.m.,
7 Vt l. iu.,woek-dys.
' W. W. WIKOF". Aent
Transfer and General Hauling. Wc
make a t-pecinliy ot largo contracts,
Office and barn. 130 Emit Second
street. Phones 145 and 1228.
Special Attention Eye, far,
Nose and Throat.
Hot Mm talc lM.
C"A tfil T"Wi
A SPECIAL I
PURE APPLE BRANDY
Made at Moscow, Ohio.
75c FULL QUART
N. C. RUSSELL CO.
pnpn OnnM Klingensmith's Yellow Dent-the All-1'urpoie Corn.;
Srrll I.IIk crown and saved especially for SEED. Come la ant.
UL,L,U JUIVM. sec it, both Shelled and on the cob.
We are still selling DEWEY'S BEST PATENT ELOUR at $4.76, and lure
Clover Seed that we can sell you now at $8 per bushel.
Pi-A-IlsTS BROS- PHONE m
Planting time ia now nt hand and I am prepared with
White Star Potatoes.
New York Rurals Potatoes.
White Elephant Potatoes.
Early Rose Potatoes.
Early Ohio Potatoes.
Red Triumph Potatoes.
All of the vory best.
White, yellow and red in large quantities.
D. M. Ferry's Garden and Melon Seeds.
Fancy Now Crop Molasses and Greenup County Sorghiw.
The best and largest stock of Canned Goods in our city. Fi
nest Teas and Coffees. I want to buy all the country-cured
Haras, Bacon and Sides lean get: also Eggs and Poultry, for
which I pay ensh or trade at, cash priues. Come and 8o me
everybody. Everything wholesale and retail-.
R. B. LOVEL,
F.votr .Inelo worm Hint
nn unnin of tour urotita worm,
Itthoru are million, of them .nil
Don't fowl ttieeo parasltea-klll
nr na nnro ai nm-m
It Is 0 wondertol tonic and conditioner,
It iroo direct to the worms-kill thtm
l stomachs anu lnieeunefl m prime conumuu, mi luubevurjr uuiu.o ui iwu u.o
t animal eats goes to make a prollt (or you. Coits only 1-12 of u cent per day
S tu.r liAtnl til fAAd.
nor head to feed.
Btl'Vet I manufactured by
'' J. C. Everett & Co.
I CLEAN UP!
a FOR GOOD
S THE RYDER
Washburn's Enamel House Paint
'The Most Reliable"
We Are the
3 PAINTS, WALL PAPER AND GLASS 5
03STB !IILi31iIOJSr PEOPLE
Sunday Schools of Kentucky
WILL YOU BE THERE?
KENTUCKY SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION
A Rood dentist cannot Afford to do Rood work
nt a poor price, and he cannot afford to do
poor work at any price.
G. M. WILLIAMS,
First National Bank Building.
Dhnnne 1 Ilelilenc S7U-W
r nones omct 388
s one of the greatest
lids to home comfort.
V "ctattdatid" modern
lathroom installed by us
drill prove a saver of
ime, money, and worry
o you, on account of its
efficient service and long
CEOKE H. TIAXEL
.m, TKM AN! IMKTIRt Tt.
Wholesale and Retail.
llro. In ono of your Lou. la entlnir
breed o tut that before JOll know
pretty noon the whole drove 1. Infected.
thein expel them. Kothlug I. as quick
Tula remarknbie mel.
lotted .alt will dettruy
ererjr last worm In Tour
IIok., Sheep, and all
and will tMWttlYelr prevent Infection,
- mxprnlm tiom-leavlnir the animal.'
the B. 11. Fell
PAINT UP! i
PAINT GO TO 5
PAINT STORE B
Do you want a good posi
tion to represent us in your
community? Easy work and
good pay. Write at once for
M. B. SINGER CO.,
To the Farmers
Our Registered Belgian
Stallion. Duclilly (4855) sired
by Due dc Dompire 2714
(4752.) he by Mon Desu
(23708) out of Julia de Dom
pire (47497) Dam Lily 275
(458S1,) she by Maximus
(7770) out of Mazette de
Marg (47229) will make the
season of 1914 at our barn 2
miles south of Washington at
$15 to insure a living colt. It
will pay you to look at him
before breeding elsewhere.
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