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FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 11, 1924
ureyoii Fruit Sundae , J w
fc .:: Formula Is Popular
Samples of the new Oregon
fruit sundae are being distributed,
by II. S. pile & Co., Mr. Glle hav
SELL FO& LEGS t :
;j WHY PAY MORE ELSEWHERE
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We are going to make this Friday and Saturday two
r v . big days... Make out your list of wants and save.
PURE CANE SUGAR
PURE CANE SUGAR
12 Pound?, ; i
- Special .... . . k
VAN CAMP Pur Jv & Hearts
Medium. ; Of
'd cans .......... I
FULL CREAM CHEESE
pounds j 49c
10 cans ...1........
Laundry Soap, ylf
13 bars ...... .. AuC
HOITY BRAND SYRUP
5-Pound. ; OC
pan ; ; ooC
LARGE SIZE LEMONS
STRICTLY FRESH EGGS
Dozen ..: 28c
BULIf BLACK PEPPER
Ppund . 20c
HORSESHOE AND STAR
Chewing Tobacco n.t
Pound .1.. .. ...... 1. . OaC
174 North Commercial
Friday and Saturday Only
ijfm i iptr
11 vhp blazed trees. I They have struck;
: trails to new " comforts for you to, enjoy.
Ahead, they turn, cry out the news, point you j
thej way. Whatever their findings richer-!
' toned pianos, fadeless fabrics, news foods1- j
they discovered thexij, for, you. They describe
them in. advertisements, relating what inter- f
ests you most.7 T ":'-'"r'T :; '
f All that
t yield, advertisements offer -you. Your home
furnishings, your food, clothes, car, business
j supplies would, never have been yours- with
I you follow?
ing recently perfected his" form
la, which an be used as a dress
ing or worked iuto fhe ic cream
itself. P. ,M. Gregory, local manu
facturer of dee cream, and Frank
Myers, of the Spa, have both
tried out the: formula and give It
SNOW DRIFT i
Flour, 49-lb. sk
' Special ....
' 2 pounds
OUR OWN SPECIAL
Blend Coffee, J
Per pound .i I
Bread, ' j
PURE STRAINED HONEY
Pint OA .
CRYSTAL WHITE SYRUP
5-Pound v I OO
Pail 1 .... OOC
; i Cantaloupe, !
4 for : !.
No. 2Yi Can, j OA
special ......;.::!:: ZvC
Buy them herei :
'!i Per Pound L
Medium Size j
are pioneers as surely
hands, earth; 'dogged
out advertisements, messages of pioneers.
j r i . 5 I I
. Their trails climb farther each' 'day. Do
Read the advertisements. Read
Advertising is the pioneer's axe
removes all doubt
the buyer's path
their Tleaf(yrendQraeme"nt.' The
samples! are- being distributed In
the larger eastern, cities. 7-
An: addIb Dectin . oreDaration
Which is -being used I extensively
In connection with Jelly, made in
Hood River, Is sweeping the coun
try and! Is better known than the
Cert-o products, Mr. GHe said. He
has also beenexperimenting with
a new recipe for handling the log
anberryj juice in this manner, and
if used will jrove a revelation to
the housewife. The recipe, com
pleted by Mr. Glle. Is as follows:
1 pinjt bottle loganberry Juice
unsweetened (16 o.. S cups
Eugar (t'i to 2 pounds), 4 oz.
pectin iM bottle). - j
Put ll teacup water in your pan
when I boiling add the sugar
slowly, stirring till well- welted.
Then add the juice and stir while
it begins to boil pour; in" the
pectin and stir, do not let It boil
more than one minute, j Remove
from stove, let It stand a few
moments, skim and pour into
plasspaiibreviouslv tempered. ' Re
sult 1 to 10 glasses wonderful
are Flocking There
rie thousands! anjd
Resort Is Lively
NEWPORT July 10. Convinc
ing evidence of the amazing
zrnwih in nooular favor as a sea
side pliayj ground which each year
is bringing to Newport if seen in
the fact that this seasonp twenty
five thousand beoDle elected to
spend July 4th the gala day of
the year at her enchanting
beaches. Beginning early in the
week and continuing up until Sun-
day, Willamette valley and upstate
points poured, forth, thousands or
eager pilgrims Impatient to ex
change, If only for '& short time,
the discomforts of stale stuffy of
fices and partched countrysi3efor
the coolj breezes and picturesque
retreats of TJewpo'rt-by-the-sea.
By Friday every available source
of accommodation had " been ' ex
hausted and many people! who had
come with the" expectation of find
ing a, snug cottage at Their dis
posal were forced to camp out.
Kvery foot of space in the munici
pal and in privately conducted
camp grounds in and near New
port was! occupied by campers and
hundreds of others were forced
to' stake out campsites! " farther
afieldj j !!' '''';.' '!.";. ;'. " P
Although-the big celebration on
July 4th; at Toledo was attended
bv an immense crowd, the' major
ity of the visitors seemed to pre
fer the coolertmoBphere or tne
beaches ind the less wjiarrlng pas-
as the, men
Syracuie Minister With Rare Gutenberg Edition N
i r ofthe Bible, Which Dates Back to 15th Century:
?-;T' 't '-TTi.l,,i h f i.. ..!.- X . T 4
Pr. Jeremiah Zimmerman, of
Syracuse. N. Y Is shown here with
bis highly; prued, edition of the
'Bible. ' It is one fef the Gutenberg
treasures i printed in Germany by
!Johann Gutenberg, one of the earl
times of. surf bathing, ? fishing,
boating, hiking, or golfing." From
early in the morning, when low
tides suggested "lively rock-oyster
or clam-digging expeditions', until
late at night, when the magic lure
of moonlight prompted rollicking
bonfire and bea parties. The
shores ; were: Uned t or miles with
happy throngs " of the" pleasure
bent.: ; j ;'."' ;' ! ..."
,The new golf course at Agate
Beach was' the center of attraction
for many idevotees of this royal
sport throughout the week-end and
on Sunday the opening tourna
ment dre,w a goodly number , of
fans who vfere anxious to try their
.kill on what has been called one
of the sportiest courses irt. the
vest- Individual golfers of prom
inence, eager to see what the new
course offered in the way of sport,
were on' hand for" the opening as
were also Relegations from a num
ber of the valley "cliibs. AH who
participated in the tourna ,nt
pronounced the new link unusual
in -every way and Were enthusias
tic over its possibilities for de
Honors j for first place In the
tournament were divided between
Watson Wood ie and Harry Yundt,
of the Corivallisf Country club, and
Kenneth Jeffries, of the Waverly
club, Portland, who each made
holes that were play
able in thirty-six. Fred Williams
and Fritz Slade, of the Salem Golf
club, tied for second place with
scores of forty each, and C. P.
Yundt, of Corvallis, with forty
two and Bruce Stuart, of O. A, C,
with i forty-three made third . and
fourth places;.' One of the most
spectacular plays of the day was
made by t-ewis D. Griffiths, of the
Salem club, who made number
seven hole a distance of 360 yards
from the tee, in three strokes'. Al
though Mr. Griffiths attributes
thU. unusual achievement to pure
luck, spectators were; agreed that
that factor alone could not have
accounted for his spectacular 200-
yard drive off the tee and tne
brilliant ,160-yard niasbie,, shot
which followed. . -
The ladies putting contest, which
was a feature of the afternoon pro
giam, was participated in by Mrs.
Fred Williams of the Salem, Golf
club; JMrsj Rex Sanford of the Sa
lem club; Mrs. T. V. Arnreiter,' of
Agate Beach,. and Mrs. C. C. Preaf
ley of Newport. ime rare skill
with the greens iroh was ' shown
by' these contestants and the com
petition was keen.' Mrs. Arnreiter,
Says Elderly Housewife,
Praising Korex -
"I did not have vim enough to
sit dowp i and do sewing," i says
Mrs. G. Amer of Camden, N. J.,
"but after taking ; korex com
pound I am ever so much better.
Now I can do three times' as
much work in one day as I could
before.' l am 62 years. ( old but
kprex has! made me young again "
Thousands the' world 4ver. are
now using this' wonder ;compounLl
f.nd manyjare the enthusiastic re
ports' telling of retsorations to the
splendid vigor and vitality of
prime man . and womanhood.
Speedy satisfaction Is' reported
even-In obstinate cases of long
standing and the benefits are, said
to be complete and lasting. Those
seeking relief from premature old
age, low glandular activity, les
sened vigor, weakness after the
llu, nervousness and, poor circu
lation, will be Interested in' learn
ing that the Melton Laboratories,
46 Melton Duilding, Kensas City,
Mo., have. arranged for korex. to
be sold in Capital Drug Store at
405 State! St., Salem, Oregon.
Ad. I :
Li vv. j j t. J --r !
5 - - & fi v
iest printers to dm movable type.
Dr. Zimmerman Is going to , pre
sent it to Gettysburg College, his
alma mater, j to which . he had .al-
ready 'prewmted 1200 volujnjeaj
whosei dexterity with" the putter
was the marvel ot spectators and
the source of dismay to' her competitors-won
the contest and re
ceived as a reward for her skill a
season membership in the local
i , . , . . 1 1 .
golf club,; i ' '
Among Salem people who at
tended; the tournament were Fred
Williams, who declared the course
one of the sportiest he had ever
played and expressed great In
terest ,in the possibilities for the
future; development of the links;
Walter Ki Spaulding and his sis
ter, Mrs. ..Lewis D. Griffiths,. who
wei-e on the links several times
during . the week-end and ex
pressed their approval after play
ing several rounds Dr. Prince
Bird and W"'- C, , Dyer,., who are
spending a month in
expressed their , gratification at
being able to play
round of golf while
rnd Dr. Wm. Lytle,
at the beach;
narian, who played a few holes on
the course and, expressed his
hearty approval, of the project.
Rex Sanford,- whose skill and ef
ficiency, backed up by Mr. ; Arn
reiter's ; energy ! and organizing
ability, played so important a part
!n getting the project under way
and In the present stage of de
velopment, was also on the ground
with Mrs.; Sanford and his, affable
personality added much to the suc
cess of the occasion. ; ; i ;
pther interesting visitors were
Brigadier .Oeneral U.r G McAlex
aner, who is at present making
Newport his home, and his guest,
J. ;A- llarper, ofCorVallis. Both
these gentlemen were i quick to
coaimend the course both tor the
sporting possibilities which .it of
fers' and for the many possibilities
for. farther development which are
apparent. Mrs. ; A. Keil, member
ot the ladies team of the Waver
ly club was present and was graci
tfds enough to say that she wished
the might have the Waverly links
as attractively located as! are those
of the, Newport-Agate Beach club.
Mrs.: Jennie Barrett and Miss
Blanche ' Barrett, of Salem, ere
recent registrants at the Agate
Beach Inn. j
Fred El Wells and wife, Mr. and
Mrs. Melvin Lynn and. E. B. Dorty
and family of Salem were in New
port qver July 4th, and occupied
a Seacrest cottage. r- J
Falls! City people registered fit
Seacrest cottages recenly ar6 Mr.
and MrsT E. G. White, who are stay
ing a week and R. O. Griswold and
family (who are spending a like
period! at the beach. V
A party composed - of William
Englis, Earl Riggs, !; and the
Misses Edith" and Nina Riggs and
Miss Lillian Frazef, of Salem,
ppent from Thursday until Sunday
of last week at the Whitten camp
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Donell of
Salem, and Miss Virginia Donell
with her chum Fredericka Carl
son were at Cherry City cottages
over the past week-end. ' A 'rec-i
ord catch of perch was made by
Mr. Donell and a party ot friends
last Saturdgy morning when the
hauled a total of a hundred and
thirty pounds of this delicious fish
from the briny wters of Yaquina
Bay.- - :
Mr'.: and Mrs. C. K. Spaulding,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Spaulding
and daughter, Leon, Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis ! D. Griffiths and Mrs. J. C.
Griffiths spent froni Thursday ot
last week until i Monday at . their
Newport , home, the "Big S" cot
tage.i j .;.-;'; . j . ; " i . : ' ri '
, Salem people registered at the
Newport hotels during, the past
week were: ::-,...: '.":.:..,.:.
At the Gilmore Mcs. A. A..
Mickle, Lenore Elaine Mickel,- A.
Ai Mickel Jr., Chas". If Raymond,
Mr. and Mrs. ,L L. ' Larsen Mr.
and .Mrs. R.; J.: Miller. Mt. and
Mrs. B. M. kenfeildMr. and Mrs.
Fred. Williams, 'Ray Ai Faseling
and .family, Mr. and Mrs. N. D.
Elliott and family. Mrs. CL II.
Townsend, Ruth Edwards, ,WTllma
Shafer. . Carl. E. Hultenberg -and
wife, ,Mr. ind Mrsv. j. Irwin, Cbp
linger. ' ,
At tlje Abbey Hotel John Gard
ner, ;Mr. and Mrs." E. L. Fisher and
family, Olive Lester, Luclle Mc
Lean, i . :
At, the NicholiI Hotel Miss E.
Pusson, Dabney Bfggers, Deloa
Griffin, Gerald Mero, F, H. Ber
ger and family. A.-' P Ramsey er,
Glenn H. Gregg. ! i 5 m . .
f Reported bj IJnlon Abstract
j b Company ; ',
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Vicar T R. Kron and wife to
James." ;W. " Keller and '.wife, land
in Hollywood S10.
Allen II. Hotchkin and wife to
John C. Hotchkin and wife .69
of a nacre in Woodburn $10. :'
Herman L Lietz arid, wife to
George W. Quayle and wifeland
In James Brown DLC (C-l-W)
3340. ' - i
Theo. J. Clark and wife to Suij
L. Sun 23. acres ! in 7-3-W
3500. . . . j,.: '! .
lu. G. Bui gin and jwife to G. E.
Codding and wife lot 8 in blk 6
P'easant I lome j Add.! 1 0.
Chrlss Bolle nd wife to J'rank
Hipe-6.40 acres In D. H. Smith
(NoJ 42. 6-1-W) $400.
Abb. j. Converse and ' husband
to Truman H. j Ide f-half interest
in lots 1, 2 Blk. 12, Depot Addi
to Salem $1000. j
James A. Remington and wife
to Roy W. Remington and wife
Ft. Kroshus Add, Salem $10.
G. W.r Johnson et al" to James
A. Remington and wife land "in
T-3-W $1. j " 7 7:
Etta May Eyre to J. C. Jones
and wife, lot 9 Blk. 4 Pleasant
Home Add., Salem $1. .
Northern Trusts Co. to J. ,C.
Jones and wife lot 9, Blk. 4,
Pleasant Home Add, Salem $2 GO.
1 Bessie O. Williams eMl to S. C
Bradeson Pt. Blk. 3 9, University
Add., Salem $1. -I
U. G. Holt to L. G. Bulsin, lot
$ Blk 6 Pleasant Hotne Add., Sa
1 Samuel New by ' and wife to
James H. Ellis Lot , S ; Blk 1 6
Riverside Add. lem $250.
! Emma J. Strickland and hus
band t6 S. K.- Weber and wife
lot 7 Blk 1 Capital Park Add. Sa
lem $10. . 7... 7:
7 E. E. Purvine and wife to E. N.
Keeney and wife Lot 1. 2, 13, 14
Hartley and C- $10. 7 7"
Wm. J. Wargnier Jr. and wife
to Wm; J7 Wargnier Sr. lots 5,
6, ' Chappelle s Add. ) Woodburn
7: David E. Turnidge and wife to
N. S. Nave 21.02 acres in: 9-4AV
no. :. i ; --y.:u
f, Arnold J. Wenger to Richard I.
I3ibb and wife land in Nob Hill
Annex, Salem. Oregon $3822.
Florence Weeks and husband to
T. C. Crabtree and wife lot 5
Blk 62 Salem1 $10.
:: C. E. Johnson and wife .to H.
Erickson lot" in aCpital Home
Add. to Salem, Ore.- $10.
7 R. A; Witzel and wife to A, S.
Elford and wife rland in Salem
$10. " . li
k Wm. J. Jonqs and jwife to C. H.
Ringwald -lots 2 and 3 Blk 9 Yew
Park Add. to Salem $1000,
7 James W. Keller ! to Vicar R
Kron lots 2 and 3 Blk. 4 River-
Side Add. to Salem $10. i
I Wm.J. Wargnier Sr. to Marion
County lots 5 and 6 Blk 6 Chap
pelle's Ad. to Woodburn $15
7 E. Eckerlen and wife to Oregon
and Cal. RR company 9 acres in
Sec. 12 7-3-W $10i
I , John T. Caldwell and . wife -to
Leo Rock and wife half acre in
t'-l-W $10. ' J
i George G. Miller et al to Hathi-as-
A. Miller et alJ-lot 8 Blk.'l
Add. B. Woodburn $1 a. '
! R. E7 Anderson and wife to M.
J, Steward and wife lot 3 Blk. i
VVillamette Add. to Salem $300.
I Edward N. ! Peetz; and wife to
Elsie V, Fletcher lots 7, 8 Blk
5 Boise's 2nd Add. Salem $10.
! Sybil aCtlln and Rollin K. Page
(to Chalmers H, Brown and wife
Pts. lot 7 and 8 Blk. 47 Salem
7 H. D. Trover and
wife to Eston
Randolph and wife- lots 1, 2, 3,
4; 5, 6 in Blk. 7 and lots 7. 8. 9,
IP. 11. 12 in Blki 8, RiversUe
Add. Salem -$2000.
7 Oregon Pulp and. Paper com
ipany to Olive L. Stege lot 1 Blk.
American Flour Sacks
I As Japanese Underwear
I am Courtttf Wukburn Croshy Co.
fr RAVELERS returning from- the
5 iuake - district of Japan ' say
fhat- the children 7 ar parading
around ' the : street in ong piece
Junder garments bearing the name
and colored trademarks of Ameri
can floUn' Several thousand Amer
ican cotton flour sacks .were dis
tributed to clothe the refugee
Children and. proved easy to make
over into clothes. A semicircle- Is
cut from th seamed end of the
bag for the' head ' to stick through
an 4 the upper corners are clipped
off to allow the 'arms to come out.
That AS airthat'lstiecessaTT.""TB8
tact that the ' laborers of Japan
usually' wear "coone coats" bearing
tie insignia ot the . firm that hires
tbetn ' has1 given these ' flour bags
with American ., labels : added de
light to the children v even tjrond
PhoM AdvertUla Dep.
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Mrs. Brown. or call at apartment
15, The Bron, ' 148 S. Commercial.
AnnjAdd. Salem $500.
Fred A. Legg and wife to City
of Salem lots; 10 Blk. 8 Oaks
Add. -Salem $50.
H. A. Wik and wife to Julia E.
DeGuire land iin 6-1-W. 17
Christine Thompson to Roy B.
Davenport and wife land in
Phelp'a Add. to Silver ton $10.
. Theopbilugj Steiger to Ore, aCl.
R.R.' company- 8 acre3 In Sec.
12, 7-3-W $io. :
M. D. Chedester and wife to N.
J. Chedester lota 23, 24, 25. 26,
27 in T. D. Alien'js 2nd Add. to
Silyerton $1- and other valuable
Myron D. Chedester and wife to
N. ' J. Chedester lot 2.8 Allen's
2nd Add. to Silyerton $1 and
other valuablie considerations.
John Wrigbt and wife to E. S.
Worden an4' wife--one-flf th int.
in lot 4 Blk. 16 N. Salem $300.
Ada Gardner and Donald Wor
den and wife to E. S. Worden and
wife, twd-fifths int. lot 4 Blk. 16
N. Salem- $600.
Archie McCauley to Agnes G.
Bairey lots 5, 6, 7 and 8 Blk. 8
Compton 1 st Add. Salem fl'.
Robert MqCauley to Agnes G.
Bairey lots j5, 6, 7 and 8 Blk. 8,
Compton: Add. Salem $1.' . : .
John Mcdauley to Agnes G.
Bairey lots' 5,' 6, 7, 8, Blk. 8
Compton's 1st: Add. Salem $1.
David McCauley , and wife: to
Agnes GJ Bairey lots 5, 6, 7, and
8 Blk. 8 Compton's AddJ Salem
Mary Bauman and husband to
Charles A. Chaner 24.1 acres in
McKay DLC Sec; 28, 5-1-W
$2800. ' :j ; j 7.
Mary Bauman and husband to
Charles R. Shaner McKay DLC
Sec. 28, 5-1,W $2800. -
H. E. Kobje and wife td R. T.
Short and wife SE quarter of
S. E. quarter of Sec. 25, 9-2-W
$10- -4 1-.7.
Percy Pugh; and wife;to;. Abra
ham PetersonH-480 acres in 7-2-W
$io. f - ;. 'f : 7 :'2:yy
P. L. Lyle "and wtife to A. A.
llolthoufre and wife lot 4 Blk. 12
Elizabeth's Add. Mill City $300.
Chas. W. j Reed and wife to P.
L. Lyle lots 13 and 4 Blk. 12
Elizabeth's Add. Mill City $1000.
Belle Cason to B. A. Kliks lot
S in Whitney acres $10 and oth
er valuable considerations'.
Lefa M. Hoffmire and wife to
American Fidelity Inves. company
lot 9 Blk. 5 Bechtel & Bynon's
Sardwell: Add.. Salem- $10 and
other valuable conslderatioss.
Elizabeth! Downing et "Tal to
City of Salem- a strip of land 8
feet wide in Central Add. Salem
,' ; Schubert Piano $175
Here Is j a 'real buy and" can
be bought n easy terms if de
sired., :y j j- ;7,
Geo. C. 432 State 5t,.
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IIS 8. OommarcUl St. v fialaaa, 0(
PB1KTED CARDS, BTZB 14"BT TH
var4is, "Beoma Rent," -pries li
eanta aaek. Stateamaa. Buaiaaaa 01
fiea, Orouad Floor. .
GOOD STEP UDDERS AND FORCt
awing at a bargain.' 1757 -Waller 81
FOB SALE A LARGE BAKQB WITB
reserroir. good condition. Apply aff
667 N. Front. B tn2Ztf
CASH FOR TRASH.
A BONA TTDl
tied colons aacl
offer. Read Ua elaaaifiad
CUT: FLOWERS, GL.ADIOL.US, FLlORAI
pieces. Mri. - iU .A. Bssett,. Z'iZI
, Fairground avenue. Phone 1280.. B
TICKET TO MINNEAPOLIS ON GREAT
Northern; also, a rotary' pomp, nearly
sew, capacity ' 1000 gallont an hour.
Phone JSHWl. 8 jly9tf .
m Bathing Suits
JjjftJen ?1 wool bathing ralta, ':
if .7.75c and' Up, 7
Congoleunv and carpet raga at Bargal(!
CAPITAL! BARGAIN HOCSS
215 Center St.
'Wa hny and tell everything. 8 Jf
U N DIX.WOO D TTPEWR.ITER CO.-
Have your maehiae repaired by tal.
people who make . it. - Special rentaV
rata to atudenta. S00 Kaaonla Bids
Fhona 26. ml84
FOR 8ALE OLD KZW8FAPXRS II
eenta bundle. Olraalatiaa department
FOR SAE livestock
GREAT BARGAIN TEAM. HARNESS,
and wacon for $200. Part eah oa
wood. John II. Scott, 305 Oregon BWf.
. - 7 - ': - " 9-jlyll
KINOJ O REGISTERED WHITE PE
; aiaa cat at Stud. Flake' a Pet land, 271
State. Fhona 658. " ' B-m23tl
FRED W. LANGE, VETERINARIAN .
: Office 430 8. Commercial, Phone 1198.
- Rea. Phone 1510. - 9-m21tt
' Prlcea quoted are wboleaale sad ara
prices received by Xarmera. No retail
prieea are given. , . j"
, OKaXV AJTD SXAT ' ' '
Wo. 3 wheat . . , -.90s
No. s red wheat, sacked., 90a
Oata . ,,. "j , 45e (rj 48o
913 (-d IIS
aia- r ai
Oat -bay .
Clover bay. baled.
PORK. MTJTTTOW AND BF
Hogs, top, 225-975, ewti r.y; ,- 97.75
Hoga, top. 275-300. , , f t sft
Top ; Teal, . -.-' " j , , ,1 '
Cowa . ,,,2e (tb 4a
8priag , lamba.
7c Q 9a '
Heavy hen a
Hoga, top. 150-225 Iba- cwt 99.0O
Rough ""'w7 ?it (cb 4a ',
Licht bows ; . , 2e Q 4a .
. EOaS, BUTTER, BTJTTERFAT
Creamery batter . , , die 42a. .
Bntterfat, delivered a7
Milk, per- cwt , ( . 91-85
Egm; aelecta , , . 25a
Standarda ...... .. ... 23a.
? Pullets 20