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12 The Newt-Review, Roteburg, Ore. Mob., Oct. 24, 1949
Gold Fever Hits
Alaska City After
FAIRBANKS. Alaska, Oct. 21.
(VI Gold fi-viT Iwis n;;ain grip
ped this Alaska mining center.
A find ol nui!cets "the size of
peas" was reported forn the Yu
kon river in the Fort Yukon-circle
area. It is near the Aclic
circle about 125 miles northeast
Word of the find a-a brought
here bv Gilbert Lord, roadhouse
opeator; Jim Mae,offin. a flier,
and the Rev. Edward Badten, a
flying missionary for the Assem
blies of God church.
They said Clifton Carroll, a
fisherman, noticed nusrjets in the
frozen sand and gravel on the
axle of his fishwhoel.
The missionary said he staked
out a claim himself.
"Gold has been found for two
miles on each lde of the original
strike," the missionary said,
"and from all appearances It's a
Gold is the commodity on
which this central Alaska town
based Its early growth, it is tak
ing news of the new strike in
The rush to the scene is re
ported to be of only minor pro
jwrtions. Approximately SO pros
pectors were reported working
the Yukon In the area with picks,
shovels and pans.
Temperatures in the area are
reported around 10 to 15 degrees.
The Yukon river now is at its
annual low stage because of
freezing tributaries. It Is assum
ed the discovery was made on
ground usually under water.
I "It's my first recess appoint
ment, but the Job carries no pay."
! Verv soon Richard was out on
the north lawn with a big bag
lot peanuts, carrying out his share
! in the Truman welfare progarm.
Many Catholic Priests
Arrested In Czechoslovakia
PRAGUE JP Church sources
said today that communist-directed
police raids of the last two
weeks resulted in the arrest of
dozens of Roman Catholic priests
and caused unrest in some
These sources estimated that
more than 300 priests are now in
Jail, most of them for opposing
the government's new church
control law which makes 'hem
civil servants and gives the state
control over all church appoint
ments and financial and admini
The police action against
1 priests, which was stepped up to
break resistance to the govern
ment's church control schemes,
was separate from the wide
! spread roundups of small bus!
j nessmen which sent thousands of
i middle class elements to prison
j and forced labor camps.
To Feed Lawn Squirrels
WASHINGTON, Oct. 21. i.V)
The squirrels on the White House
lawns should be latter today, at
no cost to the taxpayers. Richard
Feeney, 5, has hen, apKlnied to
see to their welfare.
Richard is the son of Joseph
Feeney, White House legislative?
officer. He and his father met
President Truman in a Whit"
House hall and Richard observed
to Mr. Truman, with gestures:
"The squirrels In LaFayelte
park have stomachs th a-at big.
but here they're only this big."
The park, across the street
from the While House, Is open
to the public and its bags of
"I'll put you In charge feeding
nquirrels," the president said.
East Coast Longshoremen
Sign Company Contract
NEW YORK, Oct. 24. UP)
Fears of an East Coast Long
shoremen's strike evaporated to-
I day after the union approved a
' new two-year contract with EjjsI
I coast shipping companies.
1 Joseph P. Ryan, president of
j the AFL International Longshore
! men's Association, announced
1 Inst night that a majority of the
ILAs t5.000 members voted to
accept the agreement.
The present contract expires
The new agreement sets up a
pension plan, with the companies
to contribute five cents an hoi;r
for each worker without employe
PORTLAND, Oct. 24. UP
Oregon doctors virtually went on
strike against a number of pre
paid medical plans after Dr. Mo
ris Fishbein of the American
Medical association visited Ore
gon some years ago, the govern
ment charged Friday.
A witness In the government's
anti-trust suit against the State
Medical society asserted there
was a sudden change in attitude
of the physicians then.
C. C. Bechtold, general man
ager of the National Hospital as
sociation, said they stopped ac
cepting patients from his asso
ciation. As evidence he Introduced a
letter from the Coquillc, Bell
Knife, Mast and Bandon hospit
als, notifying the association that
they would not accept patients
after March 1, 1940.
In part the letter sajd, "It Is
considered against the best Inter
ests of the patient to have a third
party (that is, a layman) come
between the physician and his
patient. Hereafter, only hospital
associations owned and operated
hv physicians will be acceptable
The government charges that
the State Medical society at
tempted to monopolize the pre
paid medical field through its Or
egon Physicians' Service.
Bechtold also listed individual
doctors he said had refused his
Bechtold said doctors "had
combined" in Jackson, Jose
phine, Douglas, Marion, Clatsop
and Columbia counties to refuse
tickets from his association.
Dortna Dan Dedication
Scheduled For Sunday
COTTAGE GROVE, Oct. 24.
The $14 million Dorena dam,
built to hold back the Row river
southeast of here, was dedi
cated at a public ceremony here
Sunday afternoon. Governor
Douglas McKay pressed a but
ton setting the dam in opera
tion. The plans called for completion
of the project In July of 1950.
A 705-foot concrete spillway ec
tion rises 147 feet into the air,
but the greater part of the dam
is earth fill, stretching 2600 feet
southward from the concrete. The
four million cubic yards of earth
in the dam were almost all put
in place last summer, with crews
working 17-hours a day, Sunday
and holidays included.
The dam is the third of a series
of flood control projects being
built in the Willamette valley.
Detroit dam on the North San
tiam and Meridian dam on th?
Willamette, near Lowell, are un
SUIT TRAILS SHIP LOSS
SAN FRANCISCO -7B The
sinking this week of the Pana
manian freighter Sallna Cruz has
resulted in the filing in Federal
Blowing Bubbles Means Lift For Stricken Child
ATLANTA, Oct. 22 (.TV-Blow
ing bubbles is more than a game
for four-yea-old Joyce Ann Whit
worth it's a matter of life Itself.
Several months ago, the little
girl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
T. D. Whitworth of LaGrange.
Ga., was operated on for a heart
ailment. She returned home but
a lung congestion developed.
Back at Emory University hos-
court here of two suits asking a
total of $200,000 In damages.
The Salina Cruz caught fire and
was lost off the Washington coast
The seventeen men of the crew
were rescued and were brought
to San Francisco.
pltal, doctors tried to get her to
breath deeply to clear up the con
gestion. But that's hard tq ex
plain to a fouryearold.
So they rigged up two glass
bottles with tubes. They showed
Joyce Ann how she could beathe
with the tube in her mouth, and
pull water fom one bottle Into
That worked all right for a
while, but fouryear-olds get bor
ed with any plaything.
A doctor came up with the so
lution. An ordinary, toy bubble
pipe was connected by a tube
to one of the bottles.
Now Joyce Ann sits up In her
bed, blowing soap bubbles. And
breathing deeply, to clea up that
congestion in her lung.
ENTERPRISE CP) Salvage
work I under way on the Wal
lowa County Grain Growers' ele
vator, whose top level was de
stroyed by fire Monday at a loss
About 43,000 bushels of barley,
oats, and wheat were destroyed
in the fire which started in an
electric motor. Part of the loss
was .overed by Insurance.
Ex-School Cleric Draws
Six Years For Forgery
HILLSBORO, Ore. UP)
Eva Tinissen, 52-year-old for
mer school clerk, was sentenced
to six years' imprisonment for
foring school warrants on the
Mountaindale school district.
News-Review Classified Ada
bring best results. Dhone 100.
Sea Phil Ournam
Lino'eum Laying and
920 S. Main 1336-J
CHRISTIE'S WATCH SHOP
ROSEBURG REALTY AND
Umpqua Hotel Lobby .
"The Convenient Place to
General Logging Supplies
) Skookum Blocks
Mall Power Saws
) Lincoln Welders
fl) Coot King Donkey
fl) Wire Rope
Diiston Power Sawt
fl) Lincoln Welding Rod
Waco Wheel Arch
Expert Sled Builder
Splicing and Ferrule
Expert Saw Mechanic
PITCO of ROSEBURG, I,td.
1819 N. Stephens
Phone 733-L Evenings Phont 1241-R
I 3 MISS AMERICA - I
Look Who's Coming!
Easy and Fun to Fix with
J I'M A
7 j Goblin
xJLJall Hte scoria
Ask your butcher for Free Perty
look let containing simple, easy-to-follow
direction! for clever
Holloween stunt. Everybody
loves weenies, 'specially at Hoi
loweenf Now tasty, inexpensive
Covemon Brand skinless wieners
make ideal party treats!
nd ll ui It II you mar about this
pj.se Easy Urmi wiin only t in
teil on balance,
D"KS YOUR FAMILY require three
bedroom horn. It m, heie it Ih plan t
K i neat, clean, and tn attractive
p location. 3 lam tuts, on should
aril fur SIMM Lota of concrete wiIki,
fruit it drag. garage $2MM dow n.
fcasy term on in balance of Woo.
Trad your trailer tn ai down pay
tnent un a home We have a liirea
U R home, with garage, food lo
cation and laig lot. Let u make
ou a deal.
Valley Real Estate Agency
US W. Caw Phone M
ER. Rneem 40
000 BTU oil
forced air, auto
matic, tpuo flau
SCRr.ENS Rvlnck aluminum.
door SCREENS, front and rear.
WINDOWS, Lockwood, "non-slick, float'
In Rath", weather it ripped
DOOR liri.1., front and rear.
DOOR LIGHT, front and rear.
GUTTEM.1 DOWNSPOUT, aluminum.
RATH TUB. Brim, "non-skid."
SHOWERS in everv bam.
FIRFPLACES, eenuine "Healllator.
LAWNS, p' and tended to first
IMMACULATE CITY HOME I-bed-j-Mima,
Jid bedroom In concrete b4e
Itiriit, completely modern and newly
redone in and out, garage, nice lawn,
aliruba A, walk. A bargain (or quiik
die. Prire a.VUVl cah
HOUKRN 4-room home near nuay renter,
alto leparat Mi. rental on bark of
lot Mak an offer around 0ou, caah
Voi r oioici between two itrariiv
weitild borne tvacft haa a !!
Jiving room, fining alcove, kitchen
VMh abundant of cupboard. 1 laig
kx'ilioom. hardwood flooring, furna'-e,
fully plaitered & Inaulnled, vrnetun
hlinda and rtrapei, attache garav'i
l-rtfa free eoil lota, on baa Itre
pl.ne Th hontea r about 1 year
n d Klther may b purchased for only
Hayden H. De Camp,
740 9 Stephen! Street Phon 171-L
il ACHFS. nt h level IreTeoll part rreek
bottom, H acre unaer plow. Lota of
Her tn ear round, i brooder
h'tutet, twti good rabina large pump
h-tiii with laundry tra i. chickon
coop, new bsrn, ft-room hou un
der con;r union Good fencet. un
Ftvemenr. l.l m.te f 10m Huebi'i g
iv iar round creek. U.tttO, I'M
I KMS, Hdw fir, utll. and laundry
lrja Mihl.V) lot Clrr oil hraur,
i unto nt ter. St.ttoo, S4AO dn
I lilD toOMS, UiKe level let on Mrr
pawd ir?ct and udeualk Good a-
T.me, gi-d lawn and ihruhbery. write
puk.M fence; WJ.'kI. Owner will tan
amailer hon up to .S0Q a dn. pj t. G'
1UL mooiniv. I "fr
V KCU.'SIVK AGENTS "
JAM t.a U PAYNE, aitOKER ,,p
lit Bnckway I'hon IW '
1KLU I t'MM, SA1 F.SMAN i Bl l
I'n.irie 4.1.1 J-X 1J'
m. . . - .! tin
70 A SrtMK A.NU tiKAIN RANCH,
on rouiu v road. .100 A. hat hern
termed Thia ia a real ranch
n.n a bruh pal h Will canv tHr
cue ami mt up hay l,ood water
esciy p.tMiir. A 4-beduom lious.
n r. a , win, eierti ic watrr neater,
pre iiir pump, new 1 1 ftwt red i
en lor. decu ticee, wahlng macluna
with nangi MjiI route, m-hoo! mu,
and cream mute bv door, lour barm,
li lie i hk'kcn bouse, 100 hem. An-
omer home of J rooini, elei'trtcit v.
a "d in good ahape. K.mr cow, two
hi-ilt ' a. nil farm equipment, includ
ing ii i tor. Lropa in, bay In bam.
- rt.;ril full !Hrep can be bought
riK u l ike, 23 too. aome term. Lv
r.ie.1 lit mi i lea eat of Yonoalia. W.
d o w
properly South of the NnrtR Umpqua
River to the Garden Valley Road :
and Wet of the R. Jt tracka to the
South Umpqua River. Ed Mark, John
Marl,, Ora Welker, War Bro.
WB WILL Prmecut anyone found
hunting or trepaalng on our prop
erly on Roberta Mountain Road.
Merit H. Doorlng and J Carl Ooer
mg NO HUNTING or trepaalng on ur
property North and Eatt of Newton
Creek Road War Bro
NO HUNTING "or trepaia1ngon for-
" m vuivrr naitcn en flic
Creek. A. A Bellow.
NO TRESPASSING on thCE CII
brealti Ranch at Clld. Z. Jt Clump- I
NO Hl'NTTNQ or trecpaialng on trte
J H Short Eatata. J. V and Claud f
"IVELY no trinalrut on th
agn M G. Khl- f
Elertrle portable aewlng mac h In for
ua in your own imrne
SINGER SEWING CENTER
4 N. Jackaon Ph t23
UNDER LOCAL ator In renter of Roaa
burg Ideal for itorage Alley entrance
Contact Manager Jo Richard Men a
Room And Board
TOR RENT New 3'i-room apt W
furnish new gaa refrigerator and
range, waier and gar bin dlspoaaL
S7U. Todd Bldg. Co.. phone .102.
RKFfNISH your own floor, eailv done
with our high ipeed floor aander In
expenttve. Montgomery Ward Co.
TRUCKS and foVrent I
It- j3b Pr
307 PArme BriLL.NO
U-Ut SHI. Lie. 1-364
AI L BUILDING conatructlon. new and
old. remodeling, 10',, down, no Job too
lar or too imall, All typ masonry
contructloii. fiaaston and brifk;
barbecue and palioi a pecialty. Mag
netite floor and drain board Phone
l'90R-l, contractor. A. R, Snow.
WILL CARE for pre-trhool children
from 3 00 to 5 Of) or during wording
hours; mining experience. Piuer
RELIABLE MAN WOULD Ilk work, any
kind Clean-up work, painting, etc.
Generally handy. Uouglaa Hotel, room
WANTED Portion with established
firm by experienced bookkeeper. Ex
ce.lent references. Available immedi
ately. Phone 24J-R-X.
ODD JOBS WANTED We do all kind
of mic. work. Call Dwijrti N. Jtaiph
Ph l.)7J-J .1
work: rotarv ' "-e.e; fertlllz
olantirig r "
a or caen, uveaiucn. or iigm tar.
Phone 37-F-23. Oakland
Rivgr Loam Delivered
GOOD foil GARDENS AND LAWNS
Wt luv an abundant .upply.
S5T W Moinar Pliona I1T-Y
LATMT STYLES LOWEST PS ICES
Tean-ara . 17 Ladiea 10 - S3
FULLER BRUSH MAN
"'ALL milk cxv" - 4-can e:
W light pU HtTUlar Or-jsh
saw ' i mouth ft-oas-rada
Rt . Box 301.
COW FOR SALE. 6Mj mtlTolitir1i
Highway tM, turn right, go 3 milei
west on Locklngglass Road. L. f.
i HEIFERS! ! amail-hull:alefnui
cows, different breed. Nlchola, Mel
ro Rt., Box 3n.
IWO 3YEARold "Holteln?ow lot
aal: both milking. H. L. Smith, L'ppei
FOR SALE-Whit Face grainfd calve.
2ic per pound, t miles E. of Suther
lin at bridge. W. A. Thomaa.
FOR SALE 18-rnoMh-ld heiferrGuerrw
eva and Jeraeya. Phona M-J-l, Olst
BULL SERVICEArtlficial taaVmint
Uon. Ph, 130a
i B. Still
RL Ph. 1-
Hamp Red. Crowe Every week la
jV" Drevoing. ruttoruni
Hatching Egg$ Wanted
Year around market.
City agent, Douglaa Co. Flour UtU
Ph. II F l
and U tt.
Cl I S"
Every day thrifty Douglas county people use the classified advertisements to con
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county homes six days a week. Get extra cash now by selling items you no Jonger need.
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and cop- .
rib barrel I
ells: A!i a I
-all 1217-J-X. I
sat. Th Ufe
Ph 1018-J or
tt. 230 N. Stepb-
ater. trash bum
JO W. Oak. Th.
VMica It Real M'e In Mrii Creek"
and ioutn Douglaa La
Winston & Wynter
JHYRTLI CRKEKORE PHONE
Surveys Maps Plan$
PERCY C. ARMSTRONG
ll So M.nn St Ph 317 R X
f JH SALE OH 1 EASE - 1 ovcU ; ivd
rovm (i me. 1 I'IlkW fiom rily iu
1 aite living room with lirevlace .nd
oil furnace. Venetian blinds, hard
w Hd llior and insulated thromii
out Laige utility rni with aru!e
t .n age pat I or further tnforma
ti -n. tall 13-fl-L-X.
S " WIN It ROOM bungalo'wt .harrlw1vd
fl.v-ni, all modern Double cemrot
d't ay and g.irage 9iix.tM it.,
irriunri'l part of town W.nth
(xi.i euil price f H..Vi). : 0 t-a
bj'ance term. Call oJVJ, U no answer
caII 4. S-Y.
FOR SALE Large garage, well equipped,
l .tni qiimicri, at H Z Corner mar
Ko.: s ... ion, U ri. or w ill trait
. r hon-.f tr ar; ne.ir R aehuig,
l"t C- F. MrUcrald. Whit Aaimoti.
fi)H S LE" 3 ttuw "N oh ' huftwiv,
un dr. - ifd hot" tn I'M x ioo (t.
lot O..V jtT ami r eclrlrity Ci y '
bin service .i dw . b.aie 23 Ro.SE HOTEL Bl.DO
rt":ilii. ull urn. llj'JO. t. H. fclc- . -
W.cy ! A
4-; OU.M UOfSK on limxl'M lot. ?itr ;
waijr ai d i.k.U. Prue. .vn , fl-xw Jim Daughertjr. th engineer Ph. 91 R I
du.vn. Call at SXO kV Kan. U.r rOR' sAl.rT' bedmom." mlrnt I
5 mi p. n home well located, on iwi. Ime.
LO!S FOR SALE Cuy war and light liaixin ti . nlr lawn Mr equity and!
available L'-w down pamenta. Eugene- balance fvll V month. It Miller Lan.
Ridenour. Phon 730 J I. pfi Kaal pougla.
i .' ' -"....
rators. on 3(1
..ure: gaa and
ters. Wood atove
Call 1327-R. AI
on 2V nil
, old. Wish io
t stove and re
' S months: ill
X. 603 Eullertan.
HIC. I0S; Argue
ihotgun on trad.
a. for breeding
ta, lim Whartsn
rr-yj hr.p at T HE
ER fine IIS W.
EOR SALE B. B Bronza turkeva for
breeding atock. or buy vour Thanks
giving turkey now before price go
up. Un H. U Lander, 2nd road
went of Highway South of KcUe a
Korner. Ph. 1H14-J-1.
NEW " HAMPSHIRE" REDSknd"Whia
Leghorn pulleta. fl month old, ready
tojay. DBoone. Rifle Range road.
fOR SALE N. H. cVlck. dav oldand
Phifiii186 nd Ponton Hatcheij,
HPULLETS fl m on t ho ' d I .V7
1 mile beyond Green Bndg on
Highway 99. outh of Roaeburg.
WANTED New Hampshire Redsali
month old. Mr. F. R, Brown. Camaa
Valley. Route lBn .11.
TOR SALE Fryer. 5 mile out Metro
Highway Howard Ransom
10 GFESE, young. L. Z Mullarkey",
WITH RABBIT MEAT.
A MEALS COMPLETt,
U- V. . 8. A.
MAN'S HEAVY black billfold. Identi
fication In it. Leav at News-Review
oifice. or Mr. Km. Lan, 861 W.
LOSTo!deVBiwo7hephVrd I dogTfe
rnale Please rail 2. or 1417-f.
ri er Iro.
oi m h
4 B R a. "
lathed ga.. . rwr. pavement I owuO S K
On bl IM lawn .h,h. (lw.r lxo
Trice greatly reded lor quick al. ! CRA HO COCKERTfrVNnJ "PKnn. Vt
or i Reg and pea. puppie. all
C ai po.ua Rd
v tweed over
Large sua. tx-
t d'amond In Ttf-fews-Revlew
Htable 111 Myr
L X after . as.
"rear end, wheel
a beater. 1J21
sfft detk. ph.
TIMBER FOR SALE' 2.W1.000 ft, lo
cated S W of N. E and N. W.
of N. W. and S. W. of N. W. and
S E of N. W . Section , Twp.
.11. Range 4. X. peeler grade,
n sawmill grade. Timber mo,!"
Douglaa Fir Price. $4 v per M.
Term. Winston tk Dimirk. 4ftJ
Pacifig Bldg, RoMburg, Oregon. Ph.
Earl & Gladys WiUy
Iways I1av It Surveyed,
colors SMtd sen ice
PFKINOFSE PlPPIEST'a mile
wm nairn ior sign
f3(tRFRMAN PINSCHFR- for""ate.
--Tr"'.". ' renonahle P 1?7 R X
Ct.AMrt ianin Tnday. 1
N II k
fH SE 'NDF-R-" TONSTRrcfTO?r'nd '
furniture, w uh ' acre of grouni;
for sale or trade for trailer houe ;
Robert Johnaon inquire at Edward '
Auto Court. Uinston. Oregon
,7 ACRE RANCH: trade for cityjr.iv j
rt Edna William. J anile W of :
1 o"k'nti yre
c per lineal font
end matched Hemlock
omi Builders Lumber Co.
- C H A aw.
STR WHFRRY PLANTS t? ff fla"v.
pL, RU 2, Box Garden Val-
FOR ""SALE Mr W o o d a "dellei.si
HOMEMADE PIES at Fairhaten
CRAPES, many kind. I' -pick. Dai ZT
i ler flrockw av
' FRESH WALNt-TSlb. DickBakeV.
jHtfhwey North Ph a 3
FENCE PICKETS flooring, molding an!
dimenaK. Custom planing. tViuih
I'VLtSS Cl4lVFD within H hour frot
da-e of notice, the foilowtnf dwriX
d"g wilt he ri.tooeed ot t proMded
in City OarJ'naice No H
fci dog with bTcwn apota, anal
match. AU white,
'-S, 110. and up,
elros Rt., R
burg. nd Hill Road
WALNVTN nie.- You" pie.
IS lb. W . 'tr Oaraen
IS mm Bell and l
tw Ph. 12TH-R-X
AIRWAY"SANITlZOR cvumTCash r
term. Phon H'.e-R.
FOR SALE -Electroltfx-vacuurawleaner,
A t condition. TTj-R-j. iiA Barager.
, FOR SALE Gr n drill, ft. la good FOR SALE -Wood B-flet Clarinet, axeel-
thapc. graa seeder and fertllitcr at- lent condition, IMV Call 1TOH-J
t Uchment. pneed e)l Prvn !I J LADIES' FVB COAT. Sir Jfl.ho
or write Dennis Matthews. Idleyld itnj.
r KUlifer .. Harrow Tl.
1 Sprmgiooth Harrow
1 y "Tumbt Bug' Scraper
1 Webb Tree Saw for Ford Tractor
1 New Holland Automatic Hay Balef
Umpqua Tractor Co.
Ford Tractor Dealer
131 & Pine St.
Second Growth Logs
COVTACT WILBPR Lt'MBER CO
WANT PElbDOUGLASfir"poTe aT
livered to our yard at Green. 30 to
4 . Contact u before cutting Pugei
Timber Co ol Oregon. P. O. Box efl,
Rowburg. Ph. 1 un.
WANT TO Bt"Y" DouglitFlr-pol"and
piling stumpag. Puget Timber C-.
of Oregon. P. O. Box 48. Xoeebutg,
EOR SALE Saw null or anyparC
G M.C diesel edger and other unit.
RoyDenn. KlS', Winchester.
W A NTE D Split-red lfrai lsa n"dpotl
misc. site anal length. Call Oaklantl
U anovta camera.
F. H. A.
HI N Stephens Ph tMS-J
A..rm. frnfn P"d Office on Highway 9t
' CSED GAS FLOOR ELRNACf. fcaU
1.UR-Y after p m.
pMw. and almoat nw Mtwet Ham fOR ALE lVgu ahotflxtn. Sew at
tractor, model Must aa cU ! . 7,T umm.,n,St-
i46-ft-X m itw & i fOR lAUfc Practically atf rag wsitr
ALCOHOLICS ANOVYMOrS, P. O Bc
! ' ' or Pione iVia-L or v j
Hay, Grain, Feed