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The OHEGON STATESMAN, Balera,
rljr'llbmfair December 5, 1933
inn i nn niiin
Informal Parties , Given at
Many Homes in This
District v -
APPLES MOVE SLOWLY ON WLaSJWl
WHOLESALE EGG PRICES ARE LESS
WALDO HILLS, Dec. 4.; Mrs.
Wanie Luthy and daughter, Zel
u of Salem, were Sunday fuesta
f Mrs. Luthy's brother, John
Ooodknecht and family.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Doerfler were
boats to a group of yoi'ntT people
from SUTerton Friday erenlns.
The- time was spent talking- orer
high school days. , A dainty lunch
was served late In the evening.
Those motoring- out were Mr. and
Mrs. Edwin Hatteber. Alice Jen
en, LMIe Madsen and Henry
Mrs. Maude Haberly and dau sh
ier Mildred of The Dalles motored
down for the holidays. On Thurs
day they were guests of relatives
In Salem. On Saturday evening
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Haberly and
Ihlldren, George and Phyllis Jean,
Mrs. C. R. Riches, Frank. Lois
nd Winnie Riches were guests at
the Haberly home. . -
irinvit Vox thinned 71 head of
S Us prize sheep "to California to
1 ixhlblt at the Los Angeles winter
show. His brother. Eddon, also
r has an exhibit la the 4H club
J. J. Doerfler is attending the
aut growers convention at Cor-
talUa, Mr. Doerner is a wiaeiy
known nut grower and an au
thority on filbert culture. -Vi-U-nls
Mrs. Mary GaUagan was . de
lighted to have as her guest Sun
day Ted Shoemaker, newly ap-
Kinted state tramc onicer. iney
d been acquainted In Hood Riv
er. Mrs. Gallagan's health is so
much Improved that she can en
Joy company. Her granddaughter
and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ansel
Solle of Silverton also visited her
i ' People la . the community were
l . M a . . ' .
deeply gnevea aanaay w ucnr v.
the passing of Mrs. E. B. Fletcher
of Salem. Her daughter. Lorraine,
was the teacher of the Center
view school two years ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Edson Com stock
entertained a group of Silverton
friends at dinner Friday evening,
honoring their son, Roger, Miss
Shirley Sylvester and her room
mate. Miss Juanlta Kilbourne.
The young people who are attend
ing' the U. of O. were home for
the holidays. Guests were Dr. and
Mrs. A. J. McConnel, Miss J. Gra
ham, Mrs. S. J. Comstock, Mr. and
Mrs. T. E. Sylvester, Janet Com-
r .... , Uh V Cnm atrwlr
i and the honor guests, Roger, Shir
1 ley and Juanlta. 1 '
I Ur. an Mrs. E. J. Havernlck
and baby son, Byron, of McMlnn
vllle, were Sunday guests at the
William Havernlck home. ."
Little Irene Gaylord of Port
land spent last week ' witn ner
grandmother, Mrs. O. K. Sebo.
Bill Miller of Portland came up
Wednesday to spend the holidays
at the G. O. Schockley home.
TCr1n VTn Grfodnecht. who Is
doing practice teaching, at . Vnl
sets, did not come home for the
vacation. She had been home for
few dsva Inst previous and as
the other teachers stayed she de
hhm1 t Rh wiii b home De
cember 19 for the Christmas va-
cation; . ;
Fine Quality Burbanks
. Apples are moving very slowly.
especially the higher-priced wtap-
ped and packed sorts. There is
considerable movement of low
priced grades. Jobbing at SA-(0e
per box. i
Fine-Quality local Burbanks
continue to dominate the potato
markets, with most of the city's
supply now moving direct from
producers to retailers, without
passing through Jobbers hands.
U. -S. No. 1 Deschutes Gems have
declined to 11. CO per ewt. to re
tailers, and fair-quality No. 2
Yakimas are priced as low as 50c
per ewt. to consumers. ;
Many receipts of California to
matoes are showing much loss in
repacking, . and really good stock
is scarce. Movement is limited, at
prices ranging from. 1 1.50 to 92.-
50 per repacked lug, depending
on quality. Immediate; advances
In best repacks are predicted by
the Jobbing trade. '
The cauliflower market stead-
led, after, two days of declines.
with Oregon's loadings limited
to 5-7 vcars dally, ,the Northwest
ern markets are consuming one-
half of this output, leaving only
a limited volume for eastern sale.
Oregon 'flower consistently- nets
a premium of 23-3 5o per crate
over competitive California offer
ings, in eastern markets. .
rOBTLAXD. Ore-- Dee." 4 (APr
Produce exchange. 'sat prices: tatter.
extras S3; standards 31; prim firsts SO;
firsts as. Eggs:, fresh extras SO; fresh
M4insi S4. -
Grade .B tww 4 , satin,
delivered la Salem, 2J50
Batterfa a fans SMSOe.
. Batterfa. delivered ta
nxriT axo yzoztasxxi '
Trie said to growers by Sales bsytrs,
DeeemVer 4. -M - . -
Apr, reney, T ;
Hedinmn " .
0. S Ve. 1
u. a. K. a - i loo
U. 8. S. S . .
Squash par pass
Cslery. 9 '
Toraipa, mwr 4s. kistkM
Basts, par iu ktaaehas ,
CarrattSL sav as. bsaeass -
Radish ts. pv as. feaaehsa
6rata nloas. fear- da.- Svaesas
-i . v TZZD9 ' '7 ! t
Bsylas Mess, Saav , ltSO
Calf ml, 11 lbs. .. .1JS-UI
Raratea, , , mm i. 41.00.
Cars, wkala. tarn .00 to 44.00
Craaksi sad grasad. toa 4S.00-47.0O
Mill m, toa .- V,. S0
Zfg saasa, ewt. J.2J t 3.7S
PrkaSL Daa. 4. 1930
Z xtraa . : t
Vnviar Meal. Sac 4. 1SS0
Roastars. ail .OT
HmtIm, aana IT
Braitors. ealarad 1
Mad. kerns JJ
Iilsat kaa - 11
Tarkayi, Ke. 1 tows . ..
Tvrkays, Ka. 1 bass , 3
TBrktys. Ka. tm -11
GSAni SJTD HAT
Xsytog Iftoaa, Daa. 4, ItSO
Haaat, westara ra4 3
Barley, torn 31.00 to 13.00
Oats, rray, bo. ; 4
B7i knyinf prieaa
Osta sad Tstcb. tea
TORTHXTD. Ora Dm.
rrait and Tagatablaa. - Frask fruit ar
aatva, aarala, packed, 93ft S.TS; joiakl
stork. 3. SO; 'graparralt. Florida, S3.TS
G4.2S; Texas. $4.:34.7; Arlxona,
sJ.ac ; nsaas, s-aos. cartas, fa.e; -m-
sanas. H IB.
Unou Califerala. SS.50.7S.
Cabbaira toea! Ik. i
Cueambar Bothoate 3 1.25 Q 1.75.
Potatoes Ortroa Desehatea. S 1.80 3
1.85; loral. 3101.23: Klsaata rents.
Si.ouifli.ia; lastota. iiqijo eaatau
Onioat sellios pri-a ta retailers: Ore-
roa Ka. 1 grade, 75J90e cental.
Artichokes California. S1.Z0 $3 1.SO
Let tnfe Oreiroa. SI ersta for St: Call-
foraia. 33 crate.
Spiaaek local. 75 0 85e.
Craaaerrlea MrFarUne. S5.73 box:
eastern. IS 018a per bbl.
Haeklebemea faaey. 12a n.
Melons -Cesabaa, Sa lb.
Grapes emperor. 7s lb.: Ifalass.
Celery 17 so 7a per doses.
Peppers Bet, grees. 73a lb.
Sweet petstoes Csliforaia. 83.23 Q
Canuflower Orerea. 9x01.73 par
Beaas California. 14015a lb.
Peat California. 12 0 14a lb.
Green Can leeaV 91.35 sack.
Psrlie new: 8ai0e. '
Tomato kothomsa. S3 O 2.78 arate:
CtJifornia. tmg sapacKaa.
Alfalfa, Tslley, seeond eottlsf 17.
Eastera Oregon fj rr
.11 H to .1SU
Taw rnlt -
VarU Padffe Vv Orawers Assm. Prkas
Weaker Buying Power
Y'-HelcK to Blame in
i l Portland
PORTLAND. Dee. 4 (APX i
Wholesale egg .uotatlona opened
S. cents lower on all grade today
making the third price decline la
this market la less than a week.
Dealers point to aa increasingly
dull consumer demand, occasion
ed by unemployment and conse
quent weakened buying power
among the general public, aa the
biggest factor : la the " market
weakness, a In addition, . receipts
have increased slightly and dis
posal of an exceptionally large
storage reserve have been de
pressing price factors. The day's
ruling quotations were: extras
30e; standards- 19e; mediums
23c and pallets 18c
Firmness in outside "butter
markets is being reflected here
with' s general stiffening In the
price position of cubes. - Firsts
were quoted a cent higher at 1
cents at .opening: today with oth
er grades fully stsady at recent
price advances. Market position
Is such' that part of the local sup
ply eaa be shipped. ' .
Baft ekaU ;
fBeUvareel In S-noud Wan)
Ligbt amber kalrea '
Astras as pieces 43
nteria Hsu. Daa. 4. 1930
Lajnbs. tap 05 U J9 x
Hogs, lso-aoo lba, - - S.3S ,
Hoc. 3 SO lbs n , 8.79 1
SHaars . .. , S.09 to
Successful Sds : and Pro
fjram Sponsored by
XEXZER. Dec. i Aa enjoyable
evening was speat at the M. W.
hall Wednesday evening by those
who attended the chicken pie sup
per and bazaar sponsored by the
Kelier ladles aid. About were
served, which netted a neat sum
for the aid treasury.
The basaar display was fine and
everything from pot holders to
comforters and quilts was sold.
"A. abort program followed: Pi
ano duets, Irma and Mary Keefer;
readings by Kiss Leona Orey of
Clear Lake, and Gordon Bancroft;
vocal solos, Lester Evans, accom
panied by Xrneet Savage, and
a Toeal number by Muriel Bart-
ruff, with Lorraine Beecroft at
the piano. ' '
Go up as Orders
Of Board Enter
CHICAGO, Dec 4 AF)
Stimulated by wheat purchase or
ders apparently from farm board
allies, grain -values took a late
upward slant today. Shipping call
for wheat was better than for
some time, and there was an Im
provement in domestic milling
demand, future delivery purchase
es of rye also was a bracing In
fluence, ; especially as "December
delhnca,at jihnlpeg sold ap
proximately ill .'under , Chicago,
putting- Canadian; rye' on - an Im
port basis, the United 8tates tar
iff on rye being but It eents a
Wheat closed Irregular but
mostly showing an advance, ran
ging front U . eft to le higher
than yesterday. Oorn closed at M
decline to 7-8 eent gain, oats M
H eents higher.
f 1JJUL9 Jr9.l.9JH-9JLf.9jLI
y XXX 1199 Xeys. -.
:45 Vnsle; fans flsakas
7 :0O ktarntag Serened ers .
S:0 Organ eaacart, V8S
SH0 JnJUa Bajras
9:90- Tw Playmate; Tawa Taples
11:45 Tka Preiesaer and kia Dresxa
i flirt . . "
13:03 Happr Hoar SMrla Orckaatra
1:05 kfarsball Sakl. toner Betty An
t darsan, sopran
1:15 Knaia. dental lectnrs
1:45 i Ban's Kkytnaa Kama
3:15 Tka Eaekantats
1:45 Organ concert. : KES
. 8:00 Cnet Catkern, karttoaa
S:15 Tkelntn h. aaftraas
S:S0 Btadio program -
3:45ean Ksntner, baritoas
4:00 Orgaa eeneert, Iran XHtmars
8:00 Caps. Dare's Unfinished Trsrals
:00 kf aataeilla Ptowats, lectors
9:30 Melediea and Memoriae
10 rOO Kan Stnart's Sansfcina program
10:30 Jack and Jill Tavern Orekestrs
11:30 Vie- Meyers' ercbestra
13:00 Midnight BaTellera
1 1 1 . "S -'
xaw eae Keys.- -
8 :45 DcTetional servkesr argas '
' 7:30 Start tks Pay, KBO ,
S. 00 HBO
:15 Cooking Sckael 4a
:SO Betsy Creeker, HBO P
S:45 Caokiag Sckaol
10:15 Joeepkina B. Gibsea. KBO
10:30 Woman's Magnsina af the Air,
- - KBO -'.-
1180 Organ reciUl
13:15 aoekester Pkilkarmonie Orches
1 tra. KBO
1:00 Tews Crrsr
8:00 Organ -
S : 1 5 Musical Masterwer ks
.9:00 Tka World in" Mode
S:15 Black and Gold Boom Oreksstrs.
9:80 Palace Tea Timers
4:80 Phil Ooek, KBO
4:48 Cliekety Clack
5:04 KBO -
8:80 Amos 'n Andy, KBO
8:48- Tone Pictures, KBO
9 : 1 5 On-to-Oregoa
' 9 :S0 Oregonian. program
10:80 to 13 midnight Hoot Owls
KOUr 940 Jtcya. "
T:90 Harney eonaty cowboys
8:00 MysUs grab bag
9:80 DUBS, feminine fancies
10:00 Melodiaaa -11:0S
11:80 School af the air
13 :00 Orchestra -
1:00 Hostess af the sir'
3 :80 Hawaiian entertainers '
S :4$ Oaekoa slab
9:18 Hewepaper af tka air
5 :0S Sernnbook af tka air
3:80 Price elob
S :09 Bohemians
7:00 CB8, radia tallies
7:8e CBS. Wrigley
7:45 OB 8, Phoenix
8:00 Iala of golden dream
8:80 Andy and Virginia
9 :00 Pronty'e
9:80 Rasa City Bearers
10:00 Bntternnt brerities
10:15 Pip dreams
Parents "and Friends Appre
date Work of Small
CLOVERDALE. Dee. 4 The
program given recently at the Ill
bee school by the pupils, under
the direction ot . their teacher.
Miss Helen Dumbeck,: was great
ly enjoyed by a large appreciative
audience. . J ' - .
The walls of the school room
were decorated with crepe paper
in the season's colors, wall rases
of flowers and art work- ot the
different grades. The program
was opened by a song "Thanks
giving Pumpkins," Lorence Leh
man; i recitation, "Mary's Tur
key." Dorris Feller; dialogue
"The First Thanksgiving." The
actors were dressed In Puritan
garb and each did their part well.
Drill "Thanksgiving . Turkey."
fourth grade. Recitation, "The
Night Wind," Daniel Hosklnson.
Recitation, "Mother Hubbard's
Cupboard." Adren Scott.- Song,
"That's Why We're Thankf uL"
Recitation, 'Reasons for Thanks
giving, Mary and Hugh Hoskln
son. Drill, "Peter,' Peter, Pump-'
kin Eater." Recitation. "Reflect
Upon Tour Blessings," David
Hosklnson. Song, "The Spanish
Caviller." Ellanne Morris. Dia
logue "Buying Eggs." Reading
"SlRter Lou Cornea Home." Vir
ginia Drager. Recitation "And So
Was I." Gregg Thomas. Dialogue
"The Thanksgiving Lesson." Song
by the school "-America the Beau
Other Number GIvea
Additional numbers outside the
school; were mnsie by Mrs. Win.
Morris and Jay Cook. Reading,
"The Church Organ," Luclle Leh
man. J Reading, "Mud Pies," Mrs.
Ed Drager., Recitation. "Masses'
Girl, Aron Dumbeck. Recitation.
"When Pa Counts," Gertrude
In examining the work ot the
pupils worthy of special mention
11:00 D LBS. Val Valesto
13 :00-l :00 Herry-ga-ceaad
Father and Son Dinner to
j Be Staged on Decem
ber 16 ; 1
! TURNER, Dec. 4 A"Fathr
and Son" banquet is announced
tor Tuesday ' evening. Decern bet
It, to be held at the high school
wii t in tn K a common
ity affair with a committee from
different organisations viaaaug
the arrangemerts. M
The ladles of the Christian
ehureh are . very busTi preparing
for their' annual basaar, dinner
and supper to be given at the
church rooms all day Wednesday,
December 10. The public Is cor
n Mrs. A. Stover of near WeUsr.
Idaho, Is, the houseguest ot her
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. D. S. Riches. j
: The date for the next Commun
ity club meeting Is Monday night.
December 8 at the high schocl
Tickets are on sale this week
for the Junior vaudeville to be put
on Friday evening, December I,
Is the sand table where the land
ing of the Pilgrims was portrayed.
Indiana coming from their, wig- t
warns to greet them were shown
and Plymouth Rock Itself had a
place tn the group. These char
acters were made by thel pupils
with the teacher's assistance.
Among the trees stood a' log cab
in, which represented the first
home of the Pilgrims. : This cab
in,' made of willow sticks was
made by Lester Thomas, a gradu
ate of last year end showed mark
ed skill In such work. j
Illhee school of seventeen pu
pils, seems to be well organized.
They organized a club the first
week of school and its name Is
"Wide Awake." The officers are
elected every two months. Com
mittees are appointed which func
tion for a week then new ones are
appointed. These appolnteee
have various duties In the build
ing and on the grounds, with a
serge an t-at-arms n charge. This
Is Miss Dumbeck's first school.
POBTLASD. Ore.. Bee. d (APl-
Dreased ponluy selling price ta retail
ers: tarkeya, pear to gooa. 20
Nuts, Hay and Hops 'TOLLY AND HER PALS"
sll( mf TSfcma DB A
'A 'Chance' Discovery"
VIES! Sllffl TO
U IMPROVE STREETS
" WEST SALEM. Dee. 4. 1 At
their monthly meeting Monday
evening the city council disposed
of the following items of busi
ness . Street Commissioner u. a.
Rnge reported that surveying
had been done for the proposed
new sidewalk on Edgewater
street. The council Instructed
Ruge to notify the power com
pany to remove poles which will
Interfere with the construction of
the walk. ' It was decided to defer-construction
of the walk un
til Spring. - '
- The street committee and pur
chasing committee reported on
the matter of purchasing a new
street grader for the city and
Mr. Arnold, agent for the grader
under consideration, was given
the eourtesy of the floor tor a
talk on graders. The council
decided to take the mstter under
advisement until the first of the
year. - ! ' .
- A partial report was given. by
the city auditor. A motion car
ried that: a sufficient sum of
money be transferred from the
sewer and water fund to offset
an overdraw on the general
fund. . . - i -
A motion carried - that Mrs.
Maude Miller, city recorder,;, be
Instructed to purchase, any ne
cessary bookkeeping supplies.
A report with suggestions was
made by the chairman of the au
diting committee. . Motion car
ried that 1 report be accepted as
given."". ' ' - '
- , A petition with the necessary
number of signers was presented
for the erection of a street light
on the corner of McNary avenue
and Sixth street. ' Motion car
ried that the light be Installed.
- . All bills due ; were .' ordered
. paid. r-. -
At Mt, Angel
- n . . ....
' 1IT INnrT.ru. Aitvafa.
tloa of a health unit la ML Angel
will be ! discussed at a meeting In
EL Mary's school Monday, Decem
ber 1 at 2 p.m. The. meeting Is
being called by th.e district nurse.
Miss Juanlta Johnson.'
The purpose' and plans' of a unit
win be explained. It will be a
branch of the eonaty health unit
witn headq.uarters at Salem.
rORTLAKD, .Ore, Dee. 4 AP
Nate walanta. California saw . Jo. X,
37e: Oregon aid Ka. 1. 24a. aew 37c
Almonds. 14J0e: peenats. 84Q12c;
neranaT 37e43e: rTTberta. :18025c
Hay wholesale keying" prices, delirer-
ed Fort land. tasters Vregoa timotny,
323.30(323: da valley. 313019.50: al
falfa. 318.S018.OO; dim, flS; eat
hay, fl ; straw. 378 ten; sailing I
prir.a Si ta S3 mora.
Hops 1930 crop, lSQllttf.
By CLIFF STERRETT
yeaXTA EXECUTEr THAT
GOOS&,PAJ. THi5 X-RAJ
PORTLAND, Ors, Dee. 4 (AP)
Onn " Hirh I.ow Close
rVc. 88 684 88
Kit T1H 71A im 71.
utk market wheat bis BenA hlne-
stem. Sard white .81; soft white, weiteim
white .69; aart winter, nertaern spring,
western rea .87.
Oats Ko. 2 38 TV. white 24.50.
Barley Ka. 2 45 Is.. B. W. 34.00.
Cfira Ko. 3 eastern yellow., shipment
ilillmn standard 18.00.
Dee. 4 (AP)
Hers 150; steady.
Btevra M v- gaoet S8.00O8.S0:
medium 7.2518.00: common 6.0007.35,
Steers S0O-110O lba good 8.00 M 8.50;
meaiunt 7.25 r 8.00: eemmon 6.007.28.
Steera 110O-180O lasn road 7.7SOS.2S;
medina. 8.50 Q 7.75. Heifers good, 7J5
07.50: medium 6.00M7.28: eommoa
taaat.AD. fnet rood 6.00 a 6.50:
eommoa and medium 4.504? 8.00: low and
cutter a.soua.oo. Bulls t year linrs ex-
eladed) . 4.5005.25; a otter, common and
medium 8.00 g 4.50. Yealers. milk fed,
10.00 8t 11.00: medinm 8.00 f 10.00; call
and common 5.00 8.00. L Careen.
sad choiee 8.00 Q 10.00: cemmon sad
medium 4.500 8.00.
Horn 350 : feeder Wts SOe lower.
Heavy weight 250-20 lha.) reod and
choice 37.3538.50. Feeder and stacker
pire. 70-130 lbs, good sad sholce S.58Q
Light HghU 140-180 lbs. S.00t?-.15:
light weirht 180-180 Ihs- S.00 649.25;
light weight, ISO-zoo iba s.ooe.2;
medinm weight 200-220 lha- I.COMI.Z5:
medinm weight 320-250 lha 7.7 5 Q 9.00;
neaey weignt ao-zo las, T.aitf o.ou;
290-320 lhs. medium and road 6.753
8.00; packinr saws 275-500 lbs., medinm
and good .2 5(7.50: feeder aad stocker
pigs i v-iu ias., goo aa c Bo ice lo.oufcf
Sheep S6S; talking around steady.
Lambs, rood and choice 86.5007.00:
meeium a.ovgra.aw; an weights.
won 4.0073.00; yearunr wethers.
diom te choiee 8.50 5.00: ewoe.
dium ta abalea 2.25(23.00; awea. 120-
150 Ibe.. 3.00O3.50: aU weights. eull
aad common 1.O0SJ3.0O.
UTTLE ANNIE ROONEY
thai; eEfTTRLnoeT "
man 1 a, 1 ifcMa.a , .- -j
C HOW TH- ? V
. 1 s - a
WANT 9 AWDC KE'SGOfNG
A MEDAL FOR
e e m ner e
V NO FDOUN, DOES W
I FATHER REALLV
I WONDER WHAT J
1 w rs
-THAT 16 THE TDRy ) HONEST, WHER,t NEm
XHAKONOIX S EVEN TOUCHED AMMA-
VJAHT TD HEAR YDUf ) BEUE'S DOG HE WAS
CP CHA9MS A POOR UTTLE
CAE WTTEN X Gr?AB8EO J
THE KITTEN AND HELD
'AN'I KEPT eHAKlMC TH K ft BELIEVE VOO.
STICK AT HIM TO PROTECT UjCHILO. 60 LETS
iTHEKTrTEMarDiDNTeLAME) FORGET ALL
HEM MUCH, 'CAUSE I tto ABCOT IT.'
A DO G JUST CANT"
By BEN B ATSFORDj
I TOOTS AND CASPER
"ETen.Carer Could Itecognize' Himself"
Portland Produce ?
PORTLAXT. Ora: Dee.! 4 f API
ewt., seireered Portland leea 1 per eent;
graae v mun. 91.10. uttertat deliver
ed in Portland. 80s. 1 - . .
Panltry baying prices) a lira, kaary
nens aeer a ins.. Sia; medinm Sena.
Itt to lbe.. 17c: light hens. lSe:
spring 30a; Pekin dacks. 4 Ihs-, sad ae- 1
er lSe; tarkeya. SSa. .
PoUtoee Ka. 1 graded. 81.7532; Xa.
1 JTOOT AT ON B9i HjOOPER. )
r WHEV-?HS TOED "TO TAKE A
V .OOST2 ME TO TUB -SnCS! J
GUEST AT LYONS
LYONS. Dec 4. Mrs. A. L.
Compton of Ponoka, Canada, Is
Tlsitlnc throng a tka viator la
Oregon, Ens Is aa asat of Sirs.
J. H.- Johnston ot Lyons. , at
whoas- homo ehe Is Tlsitlns at
present. .- It ass seen 1 It - Tears
sines the Comptons left here and
snore to Canada, -where taer
are jocaiea on s iraeac rancn,
Ss-v 1 t;
CT AMgTTlOUei Hg HA PD3g,
cARdrrE ArdiABarrT' V
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fWH VOPWO MAS3KC ivtV WCRDStl
HU 9 OCDLOOMN ANI
"A Fair Judge - j j; . j :
TJ W NOW. BEAT IT AWAY FROM HE
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