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By AXJDRED.BUNCH Phone 10$
Lucille Moore to .'. : j
Study in Detroit . . I
The:; many, friends of Miss Lu
cille; Moore, elder daughter of Mr.
?md Mrs.? YW. W. Moore. Will be
interested in the adTanced study
Jn the Merrill Palmer BchobI In
Detroit, Michigan, - for which ; she
jhaa : .been .' recommended. ; t MJss
pioore, a student of the Oregon
Agricultural college left m gun
play tor the east. Enroute t? ' De-jtrolt-sheYwiHY
be : theut guest Y of
friends in: Hutchison and Kansas
jCIty, and in Chicago. Miss Mddre'a
work at the MerriU palmer school
1 umodj.-jueiuous c wicn
comes . aa a branch of : hde-,home
economic work -will begin' the
twenty-ninth ol thia 'monthi and
J continue throughout! the i sftrlng
jtermrTMiss" Moore Y was recom-
college for- the unexpected
In-.i June, Mr. and MraY
and daughter, Dorothy, will j Join
Miss Moore In Detroit,, speidlhg
the summer visiting interesting
cities and points : of: note Jfc ; east.
The trip home will be made by
way, Of the Panama Canal, bring
ing" the tourists, hours . sometime
in September. . . i.
.' v. YY'-5 v.,'" " Y
University of Oregon i ...
Cow&kH Tonighti J,
Y One hundred musicians will be
in teinroap itetiflir University
of Oregon orchestra and glee dubs
appeal in an-' outstanding coneert
this evening at the Heilig theater.
Thi3'will be one of the largest
touring bodies to .come to, Salem,
and;ithe program ' promises tor be
Belli the men's and the women's
glee clubs hare been . trained un
der r the '. dlcrectlon of' Jphn Stark
Evans, i while Rex . Underwoo4 ; is
director f of the. orchestra.
Mrs Wetter Compliments
Mrs, Churchill . rr
.Mjfis. h A. Churchill was the
inspiration for a delightful lun
cheon on Thursday ' afternoon of
lastek' wheri Mrs. Charles' Wel
ler entertained in her honor. Lun
cheon" covers were placed 'for Mrs.
J. A. Churchni.-Mrs:' J. Di.Cradle
bauRh, -Mrs. John L. Rand,' Mrs.
II. J. Bean. Mra.' U "o." Shipjey,
MrsrC Sv ! Hamilton; Mrs E.r E.
Bragg;? ani 1 the.;; fio&teiaVS Hist
Her Molher-irLaw Knew
; Remedy ;i ;
Mrs.-Belle Thompson; " of" Georgia;
was in a very weak and run-down.'
four years.. -She?
had' great ' dlffl-
culty- itt getting.
to sleep at night
and .even, tpen
did not sleep
would wake l up
again and again.
Besides this her
Door. !My moth-.
er-ln-law told ma
of Lydla E. Pinkham's ' Vegetable
Compound and Lydla B. Pinkham's
Sanauve wasa." she writes. 1 I
took six bottles of the -Vegetable
Compound and -1 was not the same
woman at all. , I could sleep and
would get-up in the morning sing
ing and feeling fine., am I the
mother of three, children, and always
after the babies- came L had to take
treatments, but I can: truly'say that
this last time I have only used the
Sanative Wash- It does me more
good than the treatments.' It keeps
me n-my feet to "care for "my chil
dren and I do most ot my work, .!
feel it my duty to- let you know how
both 6f the medicines have helped
me." -Mas. Bkxb Thomtsos, R.' 2,
Ares you on the Sunlit Road toBet
tec llealutZ , .;.., ,. ; -
SMA1X DIAMOND t BRIQUETTES
I X W A
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WE CARRY ALL" SIZES Or.;COAH &
' from the large furnace to the smallest nut size."; .Tell' "t",
, us for what purpose the coal is required and we'll point ; . I
out the proper size to use. But although we carry all . .j '
sizes, we handle onlr ona qualitr. the very bqst coal- ; ,
'from the very best mines. Oar. coal service, is roura-.
- Vtu command. ' ' ' t'- .".
- . . , ITices range from $10 to fl4JSO ;- C t ;
Also handle the best Diamond Briquettes; 13: r i
Charles Weller. "Daffodils and:spl
reaYdecked the, table. . v ,
Mr. and Mra, 'church HI are lett
ing Salem soon for -Ashland where
they, will. mak&4 their home, -
Miss EaJdn tin 'Paris.
. : Miss ' Eleanor EaS-hu daugher
of Mr. and - Mrs. W. ; T.. Eakln of
Astoria, who Isat present visiting
in Europe,, was. fortunate .enough
to witness the recent tennis match
betweent, -the famous ,J Suzanne
Lenglen and Miss Helen Wills in
Nice; according to. word recently
received hys her parents. 5 'Y Y Y" Y
Miss' Eakin, aecompanled by
Miss Marian all, has been spend'
lng her spring; holiday' from -"the
Sorbonne in Paris on lhi Italian
Rlvieriai Oregonfan; ! '-"J'.T
Appears in Recital ': j
' Miss " Maraget Hojgg- .who ac
companied MIss Elizabeth Levy-at
a successful concert in Tillamook f
last Friday. - was, x herself, on
a recent occasion presented in re
cital at Miss- CatUn's by Mrs.' Rutn
Bradley Kizer.. In April Miss Hogg
will be presented in individual re-citaL-
. - i -'-f i
Presbyterian . Ladies A id
' The Ladies" Aid society of the
FiriBt. Presbyterian; church will
meet, at? 2: 3.0 o'clock" on Friday
'afternoon in the parlors of the
xhareh- " - k ' . 1
, . .-4 . . , - - , t
Miss M eehan a , : ; . ...
Visits in: Albany ' j
Miss Mae Meehan was the house
guest over the., past; week-end of
Mr. 'and -Mrs. i Charles Alexander
at i their hdmaneaHf Albany. Mr.
and .Mrs. Alexander; were honor
guests in Salem at a r¢ meet
ing Of th -"Writers Section -of the
Salem- Arts? League J . ,
West, Side, Circle
' The t west Sid . circle of the
,LadJes Aid j society of the Jason
Lee ;' Methodist church will held
air important business meeting to-
dayj at the -name of Mrs. Fred
Prince,' 1 5 Commercial street.
The meeting will open at 2 o'clock:
. t ' ''' ' ' ' " '
Claybbrn Carson Marries .
The Salem "friends or Claybora
Carson, jwlltbe:, interested in. the
news. of. his. marriage to Miss. Dor
othy Brown; the.' ceremony having
bees solemnized' in i San- Francisco
on March 14. Mr, Carson Is pitcher
this season for the Mission Bears
basebairteanL i " '
Mrs,xGibbins '. "
Is HSuse Guest ii
; Mrs: R. L. Globing of Aberdeen,
Wash'; is spending ' the week In
Salem. She is a house guest at
the home ' of Mrs. P.; W. BTOwn
at 2 9 6 ' Cottage street; Mrs;- Gib-
bins made the trip into- Oregon by
motor Mr, Gibbina 1 iavlng met
her in Portland.
First Methodist .
Aid Society, j
The General Aid Bociety of the
First. Methodist church will meet
at 2:30 'o'clock' Wednesday after
noon in the church parlors. The
ladles of the; East Central circle
will be the hostesses of the after
Salem Garden Club '
W. C. Dibble will talk on Eng
lish gardens at the regular meet
ing! of the Silent Garden club this
evening at 8 o'clock. In the Cham
ber of Commerce- rooms, .
- ( ' " -4 s- . "
Cooked Food Sale
The ladies of the First Evangel
ical churchy win hold a cooked
food sal on Saturday, March 27,
at the S. P. ticket office on North
Benefit Card Party
- Many Salem women are' antici
pating: the.;., benefit, card- party
which the- members of Chadwick
Chapter jat .the Eastern" Star are
rare exceptionally ' good, f or 1 Chicken
- Brooders as thejr are smokeless and
have mere heat units. 1 : - ; - , - .:.
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Social Caleitdas? ; ; j
; Benefit bridge and'-'SOO" party.
Chadwickj chapter of the Eastern
SUri; Masonic HalL. 2 o'clock. i
" University of Oregon Glee club
and -orchestra -in -combined - con
cert. Heilig theater.; ;: -,
Salem Garden club. Chamber. of
West Side; circle pt Jason Lee
church, Mrs. Fred Prince, 1545 N.
Commercial street. 2 o'clock. j
. " 'Wednesday .
-y General Aid society.- First Meth
odist.churclu Church parlors. 2 : 3 0
o'clock.' , ;
Jason Lee " Wv F; M. S.' Mrs.
A. L. Dark, 975 -E. street
- Friday. : ;.,' -.r:
MacDowell club, concert. Port
land String. Quartet, with chorus.
Waller ;hall. 8:15 o'clock.
' -Ladies'" Aid society. Frist Pres
byterian church? 2:30: o'clock. '
;' . P Saturday; . kV-Y?:
' . Salem - Woman's ; dub. r. Club
house. V 2:30 o'clock: ;;
sponsoring-; this afternoon, itt; the
Masonic, temple.. ' All interested
are invited to attend. The flaying
wiU.begln at 2 o'clock: i
Mrs. Peart , Pratt is chairman
for the afternoon, i ; ;
Chapter Q President : , ,
Announces Committees ,
.The . following " committees for
the new year . have been named
by Mrs. E. J. Huffman, who was
elected president, of Chapter G of
the P. E. O sisterhood at the an
nual election of officers early this
month: -vx ; '!.-.,,
Program Mrs',! F. W.q Selee,
Mrs.j.Pi J. Kuntz'and Mrs. C. K.
Logan.' ' ,y '-Y
SocialsMrs ' D. .S. J;,BeechJer,
Mrs. O. E. Price and Mrs.; William
iiickey;-:; ;x: ';Vay
'Philanthropic , Mrs. T E., -E.
Fisher, , Mrs. A. 'jTw AVoolpert i and
Mrs. AV CParr. - "
Flower Mrs. " William McGil
christ Sr., and , Mrsv , William
Hughes, visiting, Mrs. B. J. Miles
and Mrs. W. W. ; Moore; -pianist,
Mrs.- Frank Churchill, and Journ
alist, Mrs. G.'W;: Laflar.
Bishops in Eugene .
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Bishop mo
tored to Eugene yesterday where
they spent the day as quests at the
B. A Booth home,.
Mrst Alice II. Dodd wUltalk to
the- gtrts-of the-Grax cluh of th
TWCA and their-guests at a spe
cial meeting .Thursday evening in
the YWCA parlors. At he; last
meeting of the. club; Mrs. Dodd
gave the girls an Introduction to
the Btudy of art, with am outline
of the 'principles involved l4ltno.
building of aj picturet,- Thursday
evening ' she 1 will sire a talk on
"Japanese Art." "
A AUW Luncheon Meeting :
Covers were placed for 40 mem
bers and guests at the meeting of
the Salem braach of the American'
Association of University ;Worien
on Saturday afternoon wcea uia
group met for a"; 1:30 1 o'clock
luncheon at the Elks' club. DrJ
Carl Gregg Doney. who Is always
an 'engaging speaker, gave the inf
uttuclire program, taking as his
thom'Uio uiterrelatious between,
character and education.
Mrs Butler Entertains Club
Membersof.Y the FT way bridgo
luncheon club were entertained la
a delightful manner on Friday.
was 'hostess: Mrs. W. MPea4fooms
nington wa3 an invited guest tor
the occasion. Spring flowers were
lovely in the rooms and on tho
luncheon table , . Y, . iJ
Mrs. . p., E. FuTlerton? ,t?dft thoj
prize for the afternoon, while .the
award-: for the' entire season- wasi
won' by Mrs. H.n Qi White. The
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JUNCIBILLY .Y ? i t,r
1 ii.ijii mm iwa.t ijiiimiIiiii 1 1 mi iMl ii in m0mmmm
'"V CohyS , ,.,'1!' ;
J .rWHAT , : t ';, , I !
I" 1 "jr-'.ij' I'l j l l' I ' J JJ j j '
Mo'olYJ: I.;" '
meeting on Friday closed UcJub
season. . ; ". ;. .' ."
Guests at the Butler, home were
Mrs. W. M Pennington, Mrs. U
Scott Page,- Mrs. Elmer Dane, Mrs.'
F. G. Delano, Mrs. P, E. Fuller
ton, Mrs. L. W. Gleason,' Mrs. A.
A. Guef fory,, and the hostess, Jlr.i.
Eric Butler. : Y .
Order of Rainbow , :
Holds - Installation-- " f !
The second initiation service to
be held within the pas month'was
conducted Saturday evening at the
Masonic temple by the Chadwick
Assembly, Orier of Rainbow for
girls..; Eighteen girls, with Miss
Mary Cupper- In charge were "Ini
tiated. Five of the new members
are of Albanyj Nexf Saturday even
ing the Salem order Willi have
charge of anv installation in
Eugene. .. YV'; '; i ';;
j Those. aded to :. the Rainbow
roll last- Saturday evening were:
Jean and Jeanette rngle,.Marga,ret
Coates, Marjorie Tucker and Mad
eline; Ward, all of Alba jV5 Con
stance , Smart, - Eleanor .Wright,
Margaret Wrath; Ruth Stevenson,
Dorothy Stafford, Virginia Ber
ger, Edith. Starret, Viola Crozer,
Bonnie , Schaeffer, Helen Milton
berger Zelpha White, ' Margaret
Pro and Gaynelle Beckette?
5-- -. i. r. " ' '"'-.'-
Just-For-Fun Club ,
f Members of the- f4 Just For Fun
club were delightfully entertained
Thursday evening by Miss 'Marion
Miller. . ... - . . v .
': The ' living rooms "were beauti
fully; . decoratedY ' .with , . yellow
streamers, Y daffodils and yellow
candles, v-' y-.t''X
tCards was the divertibn orthe
evening.- ' '.- ' ;Y'Yv; .
" ;: Members Y present were ' Mrs.
Paul ; Rice, Mrs. Emma, Gilliam.;
Miss Ruth Davidson, Mrs' Dorothy
Vin De. Walker, Mrs. Lorcnce
Kteihke, VMlss Hazel Todhunter
and t the hostess, Miss Marion
Miller: : ; -"YY" v '
1 Mrs: Lorence Kleinke andL Miss
Hazel Tpdhunter will be Joint
hostesses on April first .
Chemeketa Chapter j
Sponsors Colonial Tea
An outstanding affair of the
spring season was the picturesque
Colonial .tea of Saturday after
noon; sponsored by Chemeketa
chapter pt the Daughters of the
American Revolution at the home
of Mrs U, G. Shipley .on East
Washington street. The hostesses
of -the ' afternoon,- Mrer Frank
Spears, . Mrs." Lewis,-Griffith, Mrs.
Rpy Mills and Mrs. i Shipley were
gowned In keeping with the quaint
period; which gave the motif for
the tea, , ., J ,
Miss Margaret Ieltze and Miss
Jane Harbison, in, attractive Col
onlal costumes,, greeted the, guests
at the door,; Y. Y - '
v A charming group of -assistants
for theYatternoon also came with
t.'owdersd wigs and hoop and
flounced' skirts.. In thia.g r o u p
were: Mrs. "Homer QocJet, ,Mrs.
John W. Harbison, Miss Iinth' Ru
llfsbn. Miss Lillian Applegaje, Mrs.
A. A. Under hjll, an,d Mta. II. T.
Love. : .".''. "';
- ;The!-tea' talft was particularly
lovely "with a cnt glas3 bowl of
narcissi, dalfodlls, and splrea.
Tall yellow topers glowed "in sil
ver holders. Mrs. Roy Mills and
Mrs. Lewis Griffith had charge of
the dining room." Presiding at the
urns were Mrs. Seymour Jones and
Mrs. 23aac Lee Patterson and Mrs.
I Fruit blossoms and Yf lowering
CJirraftt were lovely in tnr living
OSEOOS STATESMAN AXTO C0HTE8
pUA of Cndldt t-10 ft. m4 Mrch 22
f V' , CIT
Bla. Wyn -
Blkckbura, Mx. Ruht
Obwther. Mrs. B. S.
cAn.rv .,.1 LUf
; 1,693,2 0O
HalL Miss . O.
HaTTe.' Jtfra. H. B. 1
Haddleston. Mr. Leo
Jepiea Dalper , ,.
Jadson, Mildred ' , ...
La nnar, ' Bealalt : .... ,. ,- -
LKvlanL - Mrs. , glorengq , ., , .
Mw, aasell .
Miller, Bona Id
McVey., Mr. IS. B.
Kash, Mre. Winifr4
Oglesby, Mr. OmU
Pennington, ' Mr. J. B.
Phillip. Uelea .
Pitt. Captain Allen
Rerioibal. Mrs. Mary
Roberti, . Howard .
Sanderson. Alma .
SkopiL Mr. Rath
Snyder Violet i
teiwer, RusRell .
Smith, Mr. Jno. N.
SmitUer s A.: :
Wkeeler, Mrs. Bell
Adams,- Mr. A. O. '
AspinwaUV- Mrsv Mae
Barnes, Lawrence .
Brantner, Leota U.
Bock, Mrs. One O.
Braden, Mrs. Winnie
Bryant, Adda B.
BeugU, KelUe L
Clymer,-: Mra. Geo. ..
Crane, Clement C. .
Clark, Mrs. E. G.
Chandler, . Mra. Guy ,
Cochran. Mrs. Frank
Chapman, Audrey .
Dennis, j. ,. . , ..
Dean, C. K.
Farrier. - Id .
Fee, Joaii H., Jr.
Good. Mrs. Ada
Hicks, Mrs. W. B.
Keppinger, Vera ...
Kellow. Mrs. Vera
Kleen, Francis -
Lais, Evelyn .
Ly tie, ZlTa- ..
Ma mm, Mrs. Christine
Miller, Mrs. jr. M.
Marshall, . Tbeodore '
Potts, E. J.
Powell, Mrs. Cleye .
Bnoderly, Mrs. Roy
Ticoanor. Leslie O.
Townsend. Mrs. J A......
Watt. Mrs. Abizait W.
weisez, Claire .
WVjin, Alta .....
Youns, Mrav Merton C .
J. Y v LIVESIOCK
JPORTLAITD, Ore March 82. By As
soeiated Press.) Cattle, 2,000; about
2.065; steady. ... ,. ,
Jheep, 1,395; limb SO te 75c lower,
tern Oregon fed lamljs, mostly 81L.5Q
11.69; one load f 11.75; eged stock
absent? . . .
t-. i'ORTLAXD, -Ore.. March 22. By As
sociated Press.) Wheat: BBB, hard
Wtit-,BS,. Jlnart, soft white western
DELAY AGGRAVATES YODR CASE
TN my many years spccializa-
X tion in treating flies and
other Rectal and Colon ailments,
literally thousands of extreme cases
have come to my attention.. It is this
4 scientific study and experience which
treating Piles from which permanent re
lief is GUARANTEED IN WRITING,
or the natlent's fee returned. Send to-
day for my rKtis xuu-page
book of wahtabhs-information,
or call at my Portland
DEAN. M.D.I nc
DnRYlAND 1FFSCIS: SEATTLE OFFICES:
OrOlsn Bwird in T 0SfTf
9 THaN DxMAI pv tm jKH o sm.
Grrtt, Robert ,
Greenwood f ra aces AL
Groate, lis. Iea
5 A JueT-
white," March,' ApriL May Si.45 j hard
wtnter,"".' northern . spring. March,' April,"
May $1.42. Weatera red. tMarcfa Apnl.
Mar fl.40. ' ..
Corn, Ko. 3, KT shlptneat, March $31;
April $31.50. No. 3 EX, aoipmanV Macct?
Millia. standard.' Xveh, Afril May
H PORTLAKrJt. I Mawhi S3. wBjto
prices: Valley timothy $20; do eastern
Oregon $22. SO; lflf S190(520-; eJo.
er, nominal; oat hay $-0 ; oat and vetch
$21 ; straw $9 per too. Sellinf price 93
ton more. ,
DAISY EXCHANGE ,
I PORTLAND. March 22.-By Associat
ed Preia.) Net priees: Buter. extras and
standards 38e ; prime firsts 37 He; first
86 c. . -
- - Eggs,' extras 25e; first 23c; pallets
23c; current receipts 21c..
' . '' HOPS "i y .
! HEW'TOES, Iarch 22. (Byy Associat
ed Pre:) Steady rta4e-193S,-5060e
1934, S035c: Pftcifiacoast, 1825, 26
SOc; 1S84, ttQZSe,-- ' -
iYY PORTLAND XIVBSTOCK
i ' PORTLAfi,' ' Ore., March- 22. Cat
nominally steady; receipts, cattle 1760;
cairea 24 ftteera, good. $3.Q03.7S4
medium $7.25d.00; common Sfl. 50 (n)
T.25 cannera and -cutter teer $6.50
7.25; heifers,' good $T.258.0O; common
and mediwBt-$5.00 &Ut 54- cows., good
$6.257.25; common and medium $4.50
6.25; canners andr cutters $3.504.S0;
bU, good beef (yearlings excluded)
$4.00(35.00? common to medium (can
ners and bolognas)- $3.50r .00; calves,
mediant to choice- (milk fed excluded)
1 ft )J: A
w'f t'i' r'ri t.
- . j.1 rf- . -i - JMapajaM ' '
f - .. v. . . . ? , j,. . ... . .. I . - ,
....,., "XT 1 1 M T "
1 II" H ..II ll'it-,'i Hill I I
1 IIIIW Id
$9.0010.00; 'enlls and common fT.OO !
9.00; Testers, medium to choice $10.50
LS.OOf cnli nd ownfflon $7.5010.50
. Hoin eteady; receipts.- 2065; heary
weight 250 -t 350 lbs medium, good
and - eboit .. . $13.00 13.50 i - median
weights (209 to 450 Jbs.i common, medi
nm... good' and, choice $13.50 Co) 14.00;
lightweight 160 te 200 lbs.) common,
mediant geodAJuL. choice ,$1X8j14.L04
light lights (180 to 260 lbs.) common,
medium, -good and cheice $13.00 14.00:
packing - hoR ' (rough and saiooth)
$l.0012.0aj slaugh4etpiga. (SO to 130
lb:) medium, goed i4 . choice. $12.75f?
13. TS ;i feeders- andatockat pig (70 te
, 130. lbs.) s- aasdiBm., good., and choice
- (Soft r oily hogs anA. roasting pigs
excluded in above quotation.)
Sheep lower; receipt 1395. Lambs,
good and. choice Mt. Adams) $11.MH
11.75; lambs, medium to good (valley)
$ 10.50v 11.50; hearyweight (92 lbs: up)
$10.00(11.50; all weighty culls and com
mon. $9.50911.00; yearling wethers, me
dium to cheice $9.0010.50; ewes, com
mon to choice $5.50 8.00; canners and
culls- $2.50a-50. . "
Evolution of : Names Marks
;l History" of QueenTs: College
- CHARLOTTE, Nf CAn erolu
, tloa of. nameamarlca..tho history
of Queeaa .College hercjsrhich has
just celebrated" the 1 55th anniTer-
sary ot its- founding. --
The institntion, i Presbyterian
collego.for glrbsi; began; XtuictiQnr
TV T7S TTvv -IrT - , ,1 I
' ' r . . w -- a - 7 Jew-"- "
exceptional event for tKe thrifty; buyer ' , " ;
for this group .contains Mllinson'spussyr -willoiw
prints, crepes,' flat crepes . anc) satinT'
face crepes. ' ' : y'";' ' !-- " ' ''" '
This ! group .comprises a largeassortment
of all first quality froc'iBut because of
the broken sizes we will clean up- what are
left at $12.48 : ' '
AVENUE I SYLESi ATPOP,UIAH PRIClS"
SOOM AS Ir GT.
... , ... 4
' f ' 'V' - v
ij 1 j j ..mill
; ill 1 ,1 1 I V-
ml ' i . ii : c '
ill i J-1
i 'Y i ,
IngmSTS iLtmJi, jcejxtBJX .aiik .
balf .: ago under " the came -ot
"Queen's Museum." Then caroa
the-War--o the Resolution, an4
the trustees decided the title sa
vored toe much of monarchy and
changed it to "Liberty Hall.-Th.er
tbe site was moved- across the city
and the institution -was- known -aa
-Presbyterian' -"College Now ,afe
is Queens College. ;- -
- " ORAXXTt
Ko. 1. wheat, white
- No. 1, red, sacked
White oats., .
Gray oats. .... .
PORK. IflJTTOH Aim BESP -
Top hogs ... .,-,. 11 . n,,i . .IS '.
Sowa w. &feM "
Iressed' hers ; .19 t
Top ateers ...... , .06(3.07
Bprlng lambs under 80 lbs. A3i
IleaTiet . 10 ,
EOOS, BtTTTXa A2TO PXJXTEBTA
-Butterfat . .44 ,
Creamery-hotter . , , .45C9.4. 3
Milk, cwt. - , a.4
Medium eggs. , . ...... .im :
Standard egg". , .1
Byt CHARLES McMATOJS
, .... .
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