untitled, Daily Racing Form, 1928-06-11


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9 MAN O WAR Protected with Copper ligluning rods Safeguard your Thoroughbreds from lightning TACH year lightning descends -*-J upon the barns of many breeding farms causing fires that frequently destroy buildings and valuable stallions and brood mares. In recent years brood mares and their foals valued at several hundred thousand dollars have been lost through this hazard. Many of the leading owners and breeders now protect their valuable horses with Copper lightning rods. A few of themore prominent include: Harry Payne Whitney, Miss Elizabeth Daingerfield, the Glen Riddle Stable, Phil Chinn, E. R. Bradley, Joseph E. Widener, A. h. Hancock and W. R. Coe. We will be glad to furnish you with a list of manufacturers of Copper lightning rods. They will give you estimates for equipping your barus. The cost is comparatively small when youconsider the value of yourhorses; Coffer if Brass RESEARCH ASSOCIATION 25 Broadway, New York tfidirette-rn Office Pacific Coast Ojfic* Limlrrih Building Architects Building St. Louis, Mo. Lot Angeles, CaL. Canadian Office 67 onge Street Toronto, Ont. tw/l hot* •U. tip f Put your money on "Save-tiie-Horse, " the guaranteed treatment for SPAVIN, thoro-iin, curb, splint, hip, shoulder, leg and foot troubles. Used successfully for 36 years. Humane. Easy to use — even a stable boy cr.nt get it wrong! "Symptom Book," FREE, tells how to diagnose all lamenesses and tap to end them. "Save-the-Horsc" carncs signed guarantee— it makes good or you get your money back. Book is FREE. Send today! TROY CHEMiCAL CO. State St. Binghamton, N. Y. DmoviMU cam tuvpht "S*v*-tfca-Hor»*"- r m .fc™ jir, - paid. OnlytSJOwitknei-dBMaranU.. No n b.tuule Zu£a. S

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