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Letter to "Kennel Review"

Bottom half of letter ripped off and missing. Addressed to "Kennel Review". Publishing Co. in Kansas City. Reads: "I notice you have a blue pencil mark on my copy (January). On Dec 31rst I made a remittance of $5.46 which to be credited to classified ad that I stated on Jan issue... Attaching another $1.25 for Modern Airedale... I enjoy K.V. more each year and I think you have got my attention for life by the way I feel... Your ads bring results and I do not find that he demand for good Airedales."

Correspondence from "Morgan and Co."

Letter template reads: "Megan and Co., Laboratories on New York". Reads "Dear friend; we take this opportunity to bring to your attention "Dejein" Canine Destemper Compound, a remedy unequalled for dog distemper. When used at the onset of this disease, "Dejein" is or specific that cuts and shortens the attack... Distemper is very contagious and is due to a gene negative germ extremely small in size. When the disease is a generalized blood poisoning... Dejein directly attacks the germs anywhere in the system by preventing their multiplication, destroying germs themselves, by neutralizing their poisons, thus bringing about recovery". Continues to talk more about "Dejein" remedy, mentions it is certifiably backed. Explains the "care of Distempered Dog: Allow an abundance of fresh air and sunlight; house in a temperature between 60-70 degrees; avoid forced feeding; give frequently a small quantity of heated milk and lime water..." According to letter, dogs "take Dejein readily, it settles the stomach and stops vomiting".

Personal letter

Handwritten letter, bottom half ripped off. Addressed to a WH Hutchison in South Oshawa ON. Reads: "Dear Sir, You will find enclosed the reference you asked for. I could have got a great many more just as good but I think these should satisfy anyone. Also you will find enclosed papers of the pups advertised. "Bristles" should be in season in 1 or 2 months. All I know about her breeding is what Mr Hardesly told me as I have not had her long. He recommended her to be an excellent producer. When I brought her I intended to keep her but I have picked up some that I ran across near home and as she was the best chance at a quick sale I am selling her for the reason stated before and as I may be called for the military service. I you want this bitch you will have to buy her at once... someone will do so soon... I don't know any dog just now of strong Clan. Monarch breeding. As to judge Dexter I wouldn't breed to him if I was wanting extra good coats or color as he was a rather light dog in color and coat I think rather loose. This bitch pup I have is about as good coated and colored as any I even saw had slightly crinkly coat and deep rich tan and back almost solid black a real black has a new grizzly hairs but not noticeable except when very close at a short distance she looks as black as black as coal. If you want color and generally good coats I don't know of any better than that of the German Champions Ch. Nickery Simpson (grand sire of my pups) and Emperor is grand sire Ch. His Highness. I guess His Highness is just about the best out in this response. Rex Persattum is also pretty good. If you want this bitch pup and Bristles I will let you have the two for $60.00 and they're more than reasonable as that. Dogs are real Airedales and real terriers..." Rest is cut off.

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