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PAGE TWO r . ' , Tfee tTCZGON STATESMAN, galea Ore-cn. Tuesday Moraine Jnlv 8. 1930 ' -f' ' ' "
Being cn "Advance QusnP
1 One pi Big Thrills of
; Boys' Outing ';-
.' By PAUL HATJSE3 r
Camp eantlam. Boy Scout'f
lummer eamp-Oat -ol the big
thrills of tXt Scent summer cams
is being os ill advance guard, or
better know M the fellows who
are prtrlleged to go Into camp
with all eupplles, two or three
days before camp opens. Wo
arrived ts camp en a big S-ea
truce' loaded to tit guard wltl
all the good things to oat aol eih
or supplies for camp. Wo left Sa
lem at 1:10 Thursday morning.
Tho advanced guard' thla rear
consisted ef the- following mem
bers: Joo Meaney wf troop 2. Sa
lem, Yernoa MeQuald, ''Camp
Bugler of Troop 9 of Halem, Ir
vin Ulrer, of Troop X. Salem, Val
Gardner of Troop 25 Stayton.
Fred Qerlisger, of Troop 17. Dal
las, Edward Hamilton of Troop
27, Dallas, and Paul Hawser, of
Troop t, Salem, with Chief O. P.
West. , - ; '
We bad a very enjoyable ride
UP on the bis truek. and although
a utuo cramped from the Ions
alow ride, it did not take- as long
to loosen up our cramped ana
cles by. Carrying, dragging and
packing all the food anpplieo
down to tho cook boos from the
loading platform, a distance of
approximately .600 foot This
work took no about roar boars
ed then wo felt as though wo
d earned another meal so wo
elected one member of oar group
to take charge of all details, and
bo la turn clotted each of us son
one thing to do to make the prep
arauon or vox mesa an easy task
unta tLO arrival of our camp cook
Ywtas for One
After our evening meal wo had
a short game of ball and a big
camp fire, sang some songs, told
seme good Jokes and by t:3 felt
as though we were entitled to a
long aleep. Tho hated bugler blew
taps and for one w felt like
bagging bhn (bSt did not). We
wore boob all asleep and It did
not seem say more thaa an hoar
or so before the bugler was blow
lag reveille, and w had to pile
out aad get breakfast started.
Tho breakfast menu was, fruit,
mush, bacon and eggs and cocoa.
After the dishes were all wash
ed we asked tho chief tor some
work to do and ho Informed is
It was the 4th of July and we
were supposed to celebrate la oar
own way. and not do any work
unless we, felt like it Won there
is always a great deal f work to
be. done to get camp opened so
wo started in to do a few of the
essential things. At l o'clock we
all went in swimming for about
45 minutes end then started geK
tins oar luneh.
The boys arc now preparing
lunch and I am trying to glre you
tn Salem an, idea just what we
liar been doing here In camp tho
You will no doubt . hear from
a of us each day while camp is
open so I had better leare off
hero and giro tho other feUowa a
Mt. TesuTios, today buret into
a state of active eruption, derel
optftg three fountains ot burning
', lava that ISvaded the entire
! aorth west-section of tho vast
vtatform of ita'erater.
The eruptive cone fell 10 feet
down into the crater.
' Alesandro Malladra. director of
the .'Vesuvius observatory, said
tho eruptive activity would eon
: tlnue for several weeks, bat the
, lava: probably would sllidifr in
t he - crater and tu the valley of
. ao uzeruo. . i
H thought ft would not poor
ver the neighboring t fertile.
Is Destroyed in
SAK FRANCISCO, Calif., Inly
T,-.AP) -The I2S.000 motjor
boat of Herbert Reishhaeker, 3U
regarded as the fastest ot its type
en the Pacific coast, was myster
iously destroyed by fire ou Lake
' Tahoe.it Was learned today.
Two mechanics, engaged ta re
pairs, leaped overboard.
The beat developed CS miles a
our oil trial runs. -
ST. LOUIS, lair 7 CAP) An
eartheuake eboat X.7S0 miles
from aero, thought to have been
etf the Paclfie coast of lfexlee,
was recorded by the St Loam
v eelentograph beginning mt
. .m. today and lasting about aa
kopr. X second district shock, ap
tareutly tt the same place, began
three minutes later.
, i FKSJtXdCB KOTED '
1 CHICAGO. July T(AP)
Directors of th'e Jfatlonal Pedcra
tion ot Bttsinesa and Profeasional
Women"k clubs ' reported today
they had noted a tendency to dis-
criminate la business against a
.woman or store thaa 40 ya&ra,
- WOIZ3AST trrrs
JKSSKY CITT, N. J. Jtttr T.
CAP) tUdget Wolgast of Phila
delphia, flyweight Champion, of
the world la many-v Quarters, de
cisively outpointed Routler Parra
of Chile in d tea round bout at
the Oakland A. A. tonight,:
i STATE PAXSKS IT
' . , wisnoxsry
- MADISOIf, . Wis-(AP) Wle
eonsla now has It parks, varying
la six from two to 100,000 acres.
1 ''REDWIKG'V fe?
tP - tiftiMoji " wwaam sssara-. -mr""- ------
Uarylsiiaio, U), fall blooded
QntoAolt Indian, first of Jier
moo to beoosno an yitriz. Sho
Is a resident of bo Qainamte
reservaiiosi ta Washlnstoa aad
candidate for bOoft license.
Bits of Personal News
Gleaned About Interest
From Syracuse. New York.
hails H. R. Gallagher, a Salem
visitor Uonday. He la a member
of the faculty to Syracuse univer
sity, a Methodist school and one
of the strongest institutions of
higher learning la New York
state. GaUSgker is in the west in-
vestigstlsg the conduct ot public
service eotamiseioss with the view
ot offering his findings to a com
mission appointed by GoTernor
Franklin Hoosevelt for finding out
more Information about public
July will be one of the bireest
shfpplag months la a long time
for Marshflcld, says C. J. "Jeter"
Gillette, editor ef the Coos Bay
Times, here for a short visit Dur
ing July, 10 vessels carrying some
thing like 17.000.000 feet lumber
win leave the port Soon the last
serious obstructions to shipping fa
Coos Bay harbor, Pidgeoa Point
reef, win be removed and vessels
will be able to load full cargoes
at Barshfield and North Bend.
whereas now they complete their
loads ef lumber at Grays Harbor
and Portland. This is made pos
sible by authorisation of S12S.00O
provided for la the rivers aad har
bors bill recently passed by con
gress and signed by President
Hoover, and is said to be. a big
thug fa the development or the
The, present effort toward per
fecting the aaturalaese of, sound
la the "talkie" is to record the
"echoes' or reverberations as they
would be la actual life, la the
building where the conversation
is supposed to take place, reports
Harold K. Curtis, of Hollywood.
CaliL. where he is ' associated
wtih the technical department ot
tho raresswant studio. He was la
Salem orer ta weekend visiting
with relatives. Even the untrain
ed listener can detect any error
In rererbrttoas k exylai, IX
the talking ia a small re jm sounds
like conversatiea ta a large hall
or vice versa. All Hollywood Is
delving deeply Into tho science of
sound, Curtis reports.
Harvest of the pear crop, which
is Just hexinains to risen around
Hedford. will bring lota of ouV
alders ta that city early tn Aug
ust says G. Q. D'Alhiai, auditor
from that city, who Is her. -to
spend a day or two -on private
business. Hedford li at present ex
periesciag aa unemployiaoat prob
lem, he says, with but few mod
out of work. While here he Is
stepping at the Kartoa.
- : ., r - v-. '
Wayne J. Ohastate ot Freewa-
ter, Otegun, ta k guest at the
Marisst' , - - ,
,i . .
Ceatmued tress Page. L J
to b done br city emnloyes.
A list ef 24T eetittouere head
ed by Mrs. Pv H. Bohnes, sub
mittea. a' letter to - the council
asking that the routes of the Ore
gon Stag Hues ta Salem be re
routed' to include cnemereta
street betweea lh and 1 4th
streets. The 'eetitloners declare
that as sooa as the bus tines re
ceived their franchise at the
hands of the voters Msy it this
service was suspended. Tho peti
tion was referred to tho public
utilities committee of he councIL
. The Oregon Furniture Dealers
association, la convention : here
July II, wilt be allowed to hang a
banner across a tfowntowa street
but their desire to paint . large
footprints , on dowatowa strsets
was tabooed by; the council. r
So Reports Vzn Trump; Crcp
Of LD3inbnl3 Srtu3
&nd Demand Lisht. .'
' Tho cherrr harrest la proriag
a disappointment to nearly ct
ery grower, with; as high as 40
and 60 per eeat of the cherries
bronght to the canneries herebo
lng tlocked as Impenect, a H.
Van Trump, eoutty fruit tnspeo
tor, said yesterday. Added to tho
growers dlamfitur Is thw tact
that many of them are receiTing
only Qto cents a pound for tho
fruit :,r - . i v --
Loganberries aro coming in, in
target uasttUes . now, but tho
yield la unaatlsfaxtory. It is
doubtful If there wfll bo more
thaa half (a crop on these ber
ries. llanyi yard bar been ae
lected ana many vines frozen;
Which, factors coatribato to the
Small crop. A few excellent crops
. Tho loganberry grower is not
the only on who Is suffering; for
cannery owners ar wp In the air
over ta prospect thia year. Or
ders for berries simply aren't
Coming in as they usually do and
there is still a hold-over front last
t . A buyer who recently visited a
Silrerton man declared that ll
000 families in Chicago alone
win go without berries- this year
simply because they cannot af
ford to buy them. These axe fam
ilies of skilled workmen aid are
usually heavy berry buyers.
(Continued from Page L)
prove "to a Jury of ftve members.
Just one only ot the slanderous
charges you have published
The open letter which Inspec
tor Van Trump, has mailed to the
Woodbora editor, with request
that It be published la his next
issue, and a Copy of which was
siren The States man and the Ma
rion county Pomona grange, fol
lows: "Hy attention has been called
to a news editorial appearing la
the last issue of the Independent,
which purports to be an accurate
account' of certain parts, of the
transactions of Salem grange at
its regular session. June 28. In
this report I am charge 1 with hav-
ng read from editorials previous
ly appearing In the 'Independent;
ot baring attacked tho Independ
ent In a violent and obstreperous
manner;, ot having delivered a
"Now. I am willing to be fair.
even generous in this matter. I
will give $100 to the Associated
Charities ot Marlon county, if
you, Rodney W. Alden, Editor of
ta woodbnra Independent, ana
your mysterious reporter, WQI
prove to A jury of tiro members,
just one only, of the various
slanderous chargse that. you have
published against me In your lat
est Issue. These charges I will list
specifically aa follows:
"(l) That at the last Session
of Salem grange I read from edi
torials or reports taken from the
"(S That I attacked the Inde
pendent er mentioned It by name,
or reference, in any manner.
"(3) That I delivered a political
harangue oa any subject at this
lf yon bar th honor to ac
cept this offer, I suggest that tae
Jury be selected by the muter of
Msripa County Pomona grange.
and the editor of Th Oregon
SU teaman. And that ta Jury be
instructed to summon very. per
son present at the sessloa la ques
"Contrary to the' exnressed
opinion ot the Independent. I do
not object to, being Investigated;
I am Tn tolerant t unjust and
captious erlitclsm; but I do seri
ously object to being lied about
Good Will Word
Of New Premier
Is Talking Film
A -good ,wlU message from. Da-
maso Bereuguer, the new premier
of Snaln. was delivered President
Hearer ftrnirht throurh the uV
tra-modera method of talking
la a asocial xncture made , ra
Hadrid by Paramount f Sound
News. Premier Berenguer was
shown telling the Associated
Press correspondent at the Spaa-
Ish capital, Clarence Dubose. of
his admiration for the president
and the Amencaa aattoa.
MThe message I have tor your
president Is thai I admire the
great Amsncaa people aad yOur
president, . Mr. Hoover, said the
premier. ",-.,.. - a r -' --
... jxosae ef w - rooks
U:t " Last Times Today " . - ,.."
'THE YAGAEOJP KIXC
Also Talking- Comedy M News
WJ V CIS
Coating Wednesday M Tbareday
By OLTVE H. DOAE
.. : tttb yfXYWOOP
. Today Dennis1 King la
. Wednesday John Gilbert
ta -His Glorious Night
Friday "Free and Easy.
' FOX KrUSHCOBsl
- fffoday "Th Lady ef
Scandal" and fight pictures
ef Sharkey aad Bchmeliag.
u Wedaesday "The Big
' Saturday "Safety In
Numbers" . WIffc Charles
. filiJLK GHAND
Today 'Tio, Na, Naaett
. Wednesday rrb case of
eraeaat Grischa". .
Friday---MThe Great Divide.-
; Today -'Son of the Gods."
with Richard Barthetmesa
Today the public will have the
choice, of two outstanding pic
tures; pictures done with: artistry
and Involving elemental social
standards presented la such man
ner as to leave somethings la the
mind of the observer that will b
remembered with delight and also
some things thkt win be remem
bered te his advantage- It ia to b
,"8oa of the Goda ia which
Bichard Barthelmesa aad Coa
stanee Bennett pier the leading
roles at Bllgh's Capitol until Wed
nesday la a splendidly, produced
picture having for its theme a
sore spot la th world today the
question of racial prejudice.
Richard Barthelmesa plays the
roll of a young Chinese of wealth
aad splendid family, a trae aristo
crat bat out Of his Owe country.
The scenes of most ef the picture r
are presumed to be New Tors;
CUy. As one watches prejudloe,
th Tfeiona destruction of hnsaaa
happiness not because of dishon
or, or beastliness, or any other so
cial sin bat simply becaus ta
pigment la one skia was whit
aad that ia another waa jeUow,
thea does oa woader. Aad th
manner la which Barthelmesa sad
Constance Bennett play their
parte makes the play live for one.
It Is a picture yea will not for
get plot acting, photography,
and them alike are splendidly
- The second pictur is that su
perb screen actress who rot her
poise aad beautiful depth of back
ground from real stage training
Ruth Chatterton, in 'Th Lady
of Scandal." now showing at th
It is superbly acted. Finish.
delicacy, smooth poise, deftness
of emphasis, all acted with ain
cerety and genuineness. Rath
Chatterton stamps gentle refine
ment, quiet vibrant, personality,
aad perfection of Interpretation
upoa every line aad she hae un
usual, support la the work ef her
own. husband, Ralph Forbes, Basil
Ratnbone, and Herbert Bunston.
Th play has to do with a er-
fect example Of one of the finest
old English families whose oldest
son Is about to form aa alliance
with su actress. The English
temperament is most sympatheti
cally Interpreted and acted.
The story develops humor.
tense dramatic strength without a
bit of the maudlin sentiment so
prevalent la drama, and It has
force of character la every oa of
the clever lines. It la splendid.
803T OF THS
A First Natloasl
aad on of Bex
Beach's best stories
Tltaphoae) Acts aad
Standard and Portanle. Machines thai
Have been traded in on New Royals all
in good ccdition and guaranteed to givo
- satisfaetion in proportion to. amount pajdsf
$7,50 to S60.00 Standards
: Inspect these machines - - try them.
On display now ;
SP1 'JOB LET
Council Gives lame Hugh
Contract For Larger
i Bridgs Structurt ' '
(Continued' from Fag Xj
ta addltioa to the wlaaiag bid
oa the North -Commercial street
bridge the other proposals were:
Fred A. Erixon. Salem, f 10.100;
Oi Dudley DeYelbtss; Oakland,
Calit. 111444; F. L. Odoui, Sa
Oa th second nroposed plan
for the North Commercial, street
construction, eoutemplatlng the
bunding. ef a culvert ISO feet fit
length with a fill at the ends'
which would have cost the. city
$1800 la addition to the contrac
tor's costs, the bids Lweret F. L.
Odom. $19,200 James R. Hugh,
Jlt,t40; Fred A. Xrixoa, 11,
18; G. Dudley DeVelblss, $11,
010. Work oa the new bridge is to
start as soon as the contracts can
be signed by both parties and duo
time given contractors to get their
materials assembled aade their
crews ready. The two new struc
tures ate iacladed la a bridge
building program started by the
dty three years ago.
The most aniritSd debate Of the
city council session Monday night
waa occasioned by A. R. Lee's pe
tition that he be allowed to es
tablish a garbage track: and haul
the garbage collected to the dty
cens md bv Lee came out from
the incinerator committee wiut
the request that it do not pass.
Alderman Kuan, Daucy ana
Purvlne declared that ample pro
vision, was now being made for
nrbago dittos! tbrodgh tho two
companies now operating in Sa
lem. Daney was especially em
phatic ia stating that poorer ter
ries and Inefficiency waa bound
to follow If too many licenses for
garbage disposal were granted.
Aldermen Olson, Pan on ana
Johnson held forth tn great seal
for the rights of whom they de
clared had a perfect right to go
Into the garbage business if he
passed the requisite tests and pro
vided the money for his license as
required by the council.
On the roll call, tho vote to
turn down Lee's request lost by a
vote of five ayes to eight nays and
on motion of Johnson Le was
granted' his license.
Hawks Has New
Way to Check on
WICHITA, Kant., July f
(AP) While men match wits
against time ta the forthcoming
transcontinental sky dash ot Cap
tain Frank Hawks, a mouse will
match his life against the dangers
of a carbon monoxide fined cock-
The mouse will ride la a cage in
the enclosed cockpit of Hawks"
lOe AXD 2Se
LAST TIMES TODAY
Sale of Used
V sLi -Ve-
sr a a ' a w
s. .... v. .
tfr. and Mia," Thomat Wlliaat
Jehasoa parents ef Amy Johasoa.
the English girl who won world
fame hyv tying mtestraUe, ar
seen here with. Amy's sitr Nll
jhnsoa.L They, aw.tlsitm the
Rotary Convention, having corns
te Chicago from London,
new mdnoplane, th Texaco II.
If the animal is overcome by
L fumes the flier will realise bis
danger, check bis speed and open
the cockpit tor TentUation,
His Birthday by
YAKIMA, Wash., July 7
(AP) Howafd Berger ended his
m the county Jail
mx.t,Jl v. ,.n
after shooting his father, George
Berger, who is ia a serious con
dition ia a hospital here today.
Howard said he fled from their
home near ai Nackes construction
Lcamp yesterday, because hia fath
er wai drinking and "picking" on
bin. Returning la th evening.
me ooy said he nred when his fa
ther suddenly appeared as he was
approaching the house.
JACKSONVILLE BEACH. Pla
inly T (Apt With a thrilling
Uke off that nearly ended la dis
aster, George Haldeman and
Stewart Chadwick, veteran pilots,
lata today . began an attempt to
estaoiisa ; a new world's non-refueling
endurance flight record.
Th present mark, held by Ital
ians is S7 hours and le minutes.
Haldeman and Chadwick- hope to
remain aloft, from 70 to 71 hour
They started with IS SO gallons of
LAST TI31E3 TODAY
SHARKEY - SCHlIELINGr
4 Roimds See the
WEDL TUUKS. FBL I
trvu stcx ; 1
HAIUIY LAI GDOrMa
" aMbaUavets saasskat'
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ULUlUIUid III wiMin
Ori RUSSIul LUMBER
WASHINGTON, July lif?'
Representatives - Of ,A,norS
sian trading organisation, and of
lumber and pulp wood Importers
sought ia argument before As
sistant Secretary -omaa; today
t hwr set aslda the action of
customs otfitfala tn barring from
this country six shipioaos pi
mimr, InmheT'Oir the STOOBd It had
been produced by convict labor.
Entry or eucn gooos.
den by the tariff law. Whfl treas
ory -offlclali would liot disclose
the. source ot their information
that the shipments had: been the
result Of convict Ubor, it was said
that government agents had re
perfed coavtete had .Jbeen. used in
Russian forests where lumber wss
After the hearing tiowman re
served his decision but announced
he expected te settle the question
within a tew days. ... M
Two et the set snipioaas oi
lumber arrived Mn American
oorts. last week and were deeded
entrance to Providence, B. L, and
Poughkeepsle, N..Y., where tney
are being held until the assistant
secretary hands down his deci
The British freighter carmen
at Poughkeepsle and the Dan
ish freighter uranien oorg at
1rorldnee. Four nhio loads ot
th lumber are oa tha high sess.
The treasury also nss ana pro
tests against entrance or nara
coal from Russia which was ship-
ned to Philadelphia where it
could be sold at less thaa cost ef
production la this country. The
coal lmportantlons have been the
subject et Investigatloa by the
treasury and commerce depart
ments for two months but no de
cision has been announced.
CHICAGO. Jury T (AP) In
ouisltlon Into the month old as
sassination of Alfred "Jaice- un
ci. Tribune reporter, and the
sinister rumors ef alliances be
tween crime and police which fol
lowed ft, was begun today by 1
new grand Jury.
States Attorney John A. swsn
Suffered 20 Years an3 Tried
. Everything. CwJda't
SIMPLE HOME REMEDY
WORKED VUB EXAGIC
1 eaffercd wft pOes for twenty
years aad could act get relief aa-.
tn I read in the paper abeut iaeee
Ceiae FOe FiOs yea take iaiccaat
tyw They are starve, jataa
alasticaay declared W. Bv Fea
we3 loaewa farmer . ef.aft Jack-
nfjr1sesi fettlalacraU aad
the piles weald come down sw bad
they fett Ug ta fay Sat aad hart
bad f could net sit dowa t walk
eat thanks ta Cola Pile Pttm, rss
free at last f that awful tfwable.
I couldat eeUev that' afim yea
awaliewsd at meal tint wwald help
piles la each a sheet time bat after
the first two doses I could aee I
was getting better. Ill gladly tett
anybody what they did for sae if
they, write aad yew caa.as say
name aO yea want t," centinaed
this man, noaaaads ' cf ethers
say the aasae. Ne ea aacald saf
fer another day er bother with
nasty salves or suppositories. Doe
tors endorse this new internal way.
Baraks and aside. If reader d
aires te try Coiae Pile PCIs. bay a
bottle ef local drag gist, er scad
T5c to'Colac Cheaiiesl-Csw Breat
wood, Md, f Or regular btle. fall
directions, neetaxe naiiVby rttara
malL Results inurantccd er men.
y back aw.
GRATA) JUBY GETS
RID OF PILES
Summer scatters &e family
Keeps it together
' npHE family is scat-'
A teredforthe summer. ,
Sally is in the mountains.
Tom ia on a.ictL Mrs.
WUlisns ia ct to shore.
H T . But ho it la dosa :
- He dots It kyTufo
ItV mexpensrveTf And
talking to thrza.it next
best to. teeins thea.'
i aTrSPAtancTrixrins ;
and rareiTira CcarrAsT
son announced shortly after the -new
grand Jury, waa aawra he
Weald summon Harry T- unrn- -;
dlze. a St, LouU newspsperman.
topeclfyehargea he fchad made
that ether reporters besides Lin-.
gU had alliaace With gangsters.
H did aot say whether i would
take tho if Issourfan before - th
grand- Jury. Brundige In artWes
HfArf in th KL Louis Star
charged XiagU-wa aot -tha only -
Chicago - newspaperman ni.i
money ht ef "rackets;Hr ' . 1
H said b had information a .
Chisago 'dally asws reporter was
"soon t9 get his.' . -
Le land Reese, Dally news crime
reporter, whe Is recovering from
injuries sustained ia an automo
bile wreck which he said was a
attempt to kin- hint , at ueaaio,
111- averred in a signed story ia
the News teday he had supposed
himself the reporter mentioned
la the St. Louis article.
Bees said While 6 was driv
ing west from Chicago esrly Fri
day, another adto, which had foTr
lowed his, deliberately forced bin
car etf the road and eaused )t to
overtnrn in a ditch. He waa rid
ing with- Allen Flnlay and Ed
Braun, the former, a special
guard of the reporter tor several
Pat Roche, chief investigator
for the state's attorney, said to
day he would ask the Chicago
Tribune, Chicago Herald and Ex
aminer and .Chicago Evening
Post to set aside g 10.0 9 of the
156,000 reward offered by them
for .ihtdrmatron leading to the
conviction of Ahe slayer ot Ltngla
for a tip on the identity ot the ac
Roche said there are men . la
the underworld who would fur
nish A tip for 116.000 but who
would not dare gw into a court
room and accuse a man even tor
as much as $10 0,0 99.
PIOXEER' IS DEFI7TED
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) A pio
neer in Nebraska is a person whe
resided In the state before the .
completion- of a through railroad
system. It has been decided by
Edith Beekmsn of Omaha, pres
ident ef the Nebraska Pioneers
memorial association. The deci
sion was necessary to determine
what names might be lascribed
on a memorial.
Now have in stock
Sodium Chlorate A ,
-;. andK. M. G.
Can do applied at
any time when plant
shows good growth
Special prices for
the hay . season:
Half cround I
50 lhs..50c : .
. Special '
Fine Hay Salt
Also, sulphur tp put
ori your hay to keep
but the mice and rats
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