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When in farmvilie Gail to See Hie ,.
DAVIS LIVE STOCK CO.
We have fust received a shipment of nice
driving and combination Horses.
Also we keep on hand a large stock of
the Great Worm Extinguisher -and Qondikin :
Powers for Horses, Mules, Cattle and Hogs. As an
appetiser it has no equal, it puts horses and; mules
in a healthy condition and gives them a glossy coat.
The hog raiser can't afford to do without it.
Ninety per cent of disease among hogs is caus
ed by worms, and SAL-VET is a dead shot to this
menace. It is a boon to cattle raisers.
You will always find us with a nice assortment
of horses and mules on hand for sale or exchange,
terms easy and courterous treatment, is our motto.
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Farms and Town
City, Suburban Or Farm Property Is Put Into Our
Hands For Quick And Profitable Disposal.
igfiw ? Safefactioa T? Sifltr ? ?**MKlhii Tt Bmr
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Three principle i that hare nude this organization tike largest and most in demand
for the quick selling of farm, city or suburban property.
We Hare Endorsement Letter* That Emphatically Ex
i The Cntfofsra Satisfaction Glad To. Show
Our contract for sales is reasonable ? one that enables you to mafce a liberal profit
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We wish to inform the general auto
traveling public that we have moved
our Storage Battery and Vulcanizing
plant from the FarmvHle Auto Service
Go's garage on Main street to Hum
I Wonder tf
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By Bruce Barto*
I WILL tell you what wiUh.. .
night this winter in fiance,
night when its cold ? 1 ***
will be a rustling throL^..
trench, where our ooys stand
a heavy ladened
his way along.
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In his hands will be great steaming
pots: in his pocket chocolate and ciga
From one mn*o another he wUlM.
passing a cup fuU pt hot coffee to hana
that tremble ^thtte cnM; brH1-"*?
comfort of a bit of sweet and i
Men will hail him cheerily,
him^lhrbachwd when he has
things will fee a little easier in that
How much will it cost to make
trip, do yon suppose t Count1 ?
"ttance that the Secretary is r
_ e cost of the chocolate and
rettes and all?
Five dollars? Twenty-five
I do not know.
But whether it is five dollars or
twenty-five, I'd like to think that it is
my five or twenty-five? wouldn't you?
That r ? * ? i? v* Wi a?M ?n^ Inn a.
Secretary out along
Left make up our iniadt ...
going to pay for a score of those
A score of the nights this winter i *
?nights when the boys gr
ously the chocolate and cigarettes that
our money provided; and are happier
because our representative has paawd.
nve or ?iy-nw-wuu???
t some night when s cold and lone
b, money and yow* mjghtsend^a
etary out along that frontlinetrencn.
United War Work
For tike Boys in
t>: the Service
)er cent com
Yours fa command;
\ over hewy? Jtad; l*>ckl?ir?
M. 0. A. .ind of Portland, On
rrite? fro* London, "to ttat
money for your tobacco on the Farmville
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Prices were from one to twelve dollars
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We will make you the best sale you
Hi*.* ? will go home happy.
Townsend's Warehouse, the largest in
the State under one roof, can care for the
ed. - '
Its to Townsend's interest to work for
your interest. Come to see us
support irencnea, wnicn He behind the
men's. It asks yon to supply tbem
with munitions of mercy that they
may be passed ou to us. We need
8U& Jrapptlea badly?' Giva generously
that we may the sooner defeat the
What Lieut Davfeon says of the Y.
0. A. he might have said of all the
national organizations which are com
ing together tor the biggest financial
campaign that organisations have ever
headed. All . the $170,600,000 to be
raised by the seven great national or
ganizations the week of November 11
will he used to garrison and supply
the support trenches behind the linea
They are the T. M. C. A-, the I. W.
a A., the National Catholic War Coun
cil, Jewish Welfare Board, American
Library Association, War Camps Com*
m unity Service and Salvation Army.
American girts In various uniforms
mingle strangely with picturesque
Brittany costumes in France. The
American I. W. O. A. has a hostess
house In Brittany where the Signal
Corps women live and a hut where
the nurses spend their free time. .Both
these centers are fitted with many of
the comforts and conveniences off
- "At a tea given at the nurses' but
one Saturday afternoon," writes Hiss
Mabel Winer, of -Salina,.. Kansas, Y.
W. CL A. worker there, "there was an
- a bishop,
a Bo m ??
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Young lady;yourfuture happiness
depends upon your answer.
"Yes" to the man who is struggling along
on a small salary, but whc^ by his thriit and deter
mination to save can show a bank account, means
greater assurance of a happy future than if you
were to plight ypur troth to one more generous
perpaps, but whose double income is spent even
before he gets it.
Yon owe it to yourself to investigate thoro
ughly before you deci^e4-a word from you may
pat your sweetheart on the road to saving.
See 1o it that he is a depositor in this bank. The interest we pay
wHI come in handy for household expenses later on.
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J. A. MEWB<|)RN, Cashier