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About Willamette farmer. (Salem, Or.) 1869-1887 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 28, 1874)
$3.00. per Year, in Advance,
LIST or Al'POIXTMI'.XTS.
Portland District Win. Roberts, -.'residing
Portland, Taylor Street, to iHsuupplled,
(I. Dillon, temporary niipjily.)
rortlmul, Hull Street and North Port
land, W. C. Chuttlii.
East .Cortland "X. Donne
Eil Portland circuit ..J. lloborg
Oregon City N. A. Starr
Clear Creek J.H.ll. ltoyal
ltockCreek Titos. L. snlls
Sheridan J. It. Admin
Tillamook,.... V. Hurlliurt
Dnytoii V. I. Nichols
IMcMlniivllle W. Hutt
Jllllsboro J. V. Miller
.Kntrt Tualatin 0. C. Itoo
Astoria To be supplied
T. V. Royal, l'tliielnal of Portland
Academy, meiulicr of Hull street and
.North Portland Quarterly Conference.
G. W. Rootk, Agent State Jllblo Socie
ty, member of Kast Tualatin tjuarterly
I. Dillon, edltorof the PmljlcChrMlan
uldeoeatc, member of Taylor street Quar
' Salem District I. D. Driver, P. K.
-Snlem P. M. Starr
Howell Prairie ....., J. Fllnn
JeH'orson C. Derrick
Albany..., I. Wilson
Sliedd X. Clark
Brownsville S. H. Mann
Cresswell 11. Don th
Monroe D. L. Spauldlug
CorvallU O. W. Day
Dallas...... H. C.Jenkins
Eugene City A. C. Kalrehlld
S'.rliigtleld To be supplied
L. J. Powell, Professor ln Willamette
University, member of Salem Quarterly
C. W. Shaw, Agent Willamette Uni
versity, member of Salem Quarterly Con-
L. M. Kickcrsou, Prinnlpnl of Santinm
Acndoniy, member of Shedd Quarterly
J. II. Roork, Financial Agent Confer
ence Lnnip.Mcelliig Association, member
t Cnlnin i tlm tAill Pun ihiiinn
-impqtm Dlstrlct-S, II. Todd, P. E.
Wilbur -.11. Patterson
3toobiirg ..J. Howard
Gardner.... S. II. Todd
Umpire City -.lames Matthews
Jacksonville J. S. McCain
i-i.un's Valley -...To be supplied
Coqullle .( Ahterson
Yoncallo C. W. Todd
J'i D. Curtis, Principal Umpqtta Acad
emy, member of Wilbur Quarterly Con
ference. riigetSound Dlst. L.T. Woodward, P.E.
Olympia ..J. T. Wolfe
Stellacoom C. H. Hoxle
Seattle A. At wood
Skagit J. X. Dennlson
WhMuy'H Island M. Judy
Tumwuter....... T. M. Reeco
Cla(iuato Tims. MeOlll
ChcluUls W. I. Copper
J)uugetU'ss ..To be supplied
Oyctervillc... To be supplied
Cowlitz. 11. J. Sharp
Vancouver .J. P. DeVore
.Lewis Oliver. S. Matthew
G. H. Greer, Agent Rlble Society for
W .vshiiigton Territory, member of a-cuttlo
G. W. liter, transferred to Central Xew
W. MuWieoter, transferred loiCnllfor
J. W. Turner, transferred to Eastern
Oregon and Washington Conference'.
J. W. Vaii Cleave, transferred ito tho
After readinc the nDDointuients. tho i
Bishop pronounced tho AjKwtolle JJont- they vlhlted. Hut nobody comes from Oro
dictloii, and 1lle Tivcnly-Secoud Sejtlon , gon. We Infer they nro either so poor they
of the Oregon Conference of the M
Church came to nn-end.
FltOM 8POKAVK FALLS.
JL Letter from J. X. MathcnyAn JJn
countcr with a McarXitrrow Etvapc
A Lucky ShotMe JCta
SroKANE Fau.s, Aug. 3d, lh74.
A. Ii. Mathent Dear lloy: Your letter of
the 7th Inst, la at hand. I am glad (o hear
from yon. Sorry to bear ttat Halt' nine was
beaten do better jiext time. I am booming
the river; will got done next week, and then
or borne. I killed a very Jarge black bear
up at the lake las', week. Ueoame very near
ge'.t'n; the heat of me. The pistol that At.
F. Berry gave me, awed me flxvn a hand to
limnd fight with the ol I racal. lie rushed
on me, after I had shot him with a borrowed
rifle (not such a one as mine), and before I
cou d re-bad, and Just as be was ak ng ho d ' .'""full be n-cefvH.as nuny of uiy neigh
. '"""--. irniin. l"rs are geltl.'jg enough of our Mnni-oli
of me, I shot him In tho eye. Ho fill like aIHut(rtf " " (j D Mcllwrv
beer, and notanyoouer tun I wautetl iilm
to. This was more ol a bear tight than I
want every day. Give tnyregtrds to all the
persons yon named In your letter. I will be
.home soon. Yours, J. X M at u en y.
fJ.,v. efySr rtsttLStirfs.& ,.
Oregon StuteTcmnernncc Union.
Sai.km, Ogn., Aug. 22, 1STI.
To all whom it may concerns
Tlio Third Uvular Session of tlio Oregon
Slnto TemiHjranco Union will bo bold At the
CltyofS,ilom, on Tuosday, tlio lftth day of
Septouibor, 1S74, nt 'J o'clock p.m. The fol
lowing article of the Constitution indicates
wlint Societies nre entitled to representation
hi tlio Union, nud how tho delegates nro to be
chosen and nccrodlted.
Ai'.r. 2. "Tlio Union sbnll bo componnl of
delegates duly elected imhI nccrodlted from
nil Tompnrnuca Societies, Churches and Ito
llglous bodies within tho Slato of Oregon
which oiiolu and on force tho duty of to in iter
ance upon their members ns a rulo of faith
nud practice; J'i-unktl, Thnt no org.mba
tlon shall bo untitled to representation in
tho Union unless It lms a total abstinence
provision In Its constitution; l'rnvitlcil, fur
ther, that each organization represented shall
furnish its delegate with propor credentials,
certified by Its chief ofllcor aud containing
a copy of its total abstlnonco provision."
Iu addition to tho delegates chosen In
nccordanco with tho foregoing provision, all
contributing and llfe-mombers of the Union
In good standing, will bo entitled to paitlcl
pato in tbo proceedings of tho coming sosslon.
All temperance societies and other organ
cations entitled to representation In tho
Union will havoarlghttochoosoonodolegate
for ovcry twenty inoinbers In good standing,
and for ovory fraction of twenty over ton.
It Is earnestly requested that nil such
societies and organizations send full dolo
Rations. liualnesa of utmost Importance
to tho temperance causo In Oregon, will be
brought before tho Union at this session.
This meeting was appointed to be hold dur
ing tho session of tin, legislature Assembly
tho member of tho Union desire to do some
thing effective towards securing the enact
mentor laws to protect the roorleacalnst the
evils of tho liquor tralttc. They "mean busi
ness." Tho Oregon and California llallroad Com
pany, tho Oregon Steamship Company and
lheOregou Steam Navigation Company have
kindly consented to carry delegates and
members to mid from tho sosslon at reduced
rates. Delegates cau purchase tickets for the
"round trip" at any ticket olllco of tho O. AC.
Jt.lt. Co., by exhibiting to them certlticatosof
election nud pajlngfull fare one way. Thnso
who eomo on tho boats of either of Ihocom.
pantos nboio mentioned nud iuv lull turn
will bo returned free upon presentation of
proiKjr curiincaKM, irom tho presiding olllrnr
oi inu union, xuo reuucei rates allow.xl by
thod. iH. N. Co., donotupplyto boats plying
between Portland and Astoria as those boats
aru already carrying passengors cheaply
jiio various newspapers or the tstato will
jonfera great fa or UHnthoiuouibersoftho
Union by copying this announcement.
Six. C. Simi-ho.v,
W.It. Du.siuu, l'resldont.
JIUTCitiNMiN, Minn., Aug. IS, 1871.
Mr. Kihtou : Heading In au old "Patent
Onion Iteport" that the WiixajikttkKak
mkh was published at Salem,Oregon,nnd Iki
lug anxious to learn something about that
State, aud supposing that If the Kaumku was
yet In existence it had an elltor,7encloed ono
of "Uncle Sams" promises to pay, In a loiter,
and directed It to that rather ubiquitous,
personag-s. In due time, tho Wi'.lami.tti.
Faiimku made Its appearance, aud uclikc it.
e knew but little about Oregon, Persons
remove from our part of tho world, to Texas,
California, and other States and
move back and tell us about tbo country
cannot got away, or that they like the
country. Which is (t?
I propose to tell your farmer readers how
we winter stock lu Minnesota, or how we did
last winter, at loast. The 'JOth of October.
wlntor set iu, and from that day on for 'M
consecutlvo days we foddered all our stock,
and those that had much stock to whiter did
but little else than ft-ed stock and clean stalls.
Yet there might be a worso state of things. To
havo dairy cows out in slush, sleet, and mud,
It-king a bare living the btt they can, it
seems to me, would not be ery conduolve
to profit, and it is on this point I wish to gain
information; and If it Is favorable and I can
gat enough to get away with, I am coming to
Oregon, to make butler and cheese. Will
some of your Kaioikii readers tell me how
you winter riulry rows T How much bay do
they eat, and how much ought they to eat T
doou stable your cohh ? etc., etc., any In
formation ou this jKiini (uniterlnrrst.-.ek) will
In tho llbld of Mr. 'Ilmmuri I'luanli. In
the forks aboie Springfield, a bunch of oats
was cut consisting of tt) stalks Krowii rout
one grain, which produced 7.tiV7 xrainr,
meamrlng ntirly hal.' a gillon. Xt I
Aniitinl Rt'ttort ol (lie Oregon
CliilcIrcn'H Altl boclL'ty.
M tho close of this, tho eighth yonr of tho
Society's eslslonco, I have tho honor of sub
mitting such statements In regard to its
work ns nro duo to tho Hoard of Munsgors
aud the ccnoral public.
Viewing In retrospect .tho eight years that
hnvo elapsed since Its organization, para
mount to all others, l the feeling of grntl
tudo to Illm who Is a "father to tho father
less," In that Ho has not withheld His bless
ing on tho labors lu behalf of the destitute
waifs thro vmi from time totltuo upon its o ire.
These year.i havo not filled to bring
with them changes sad not only to tho Socie
ty, but to tlio entire community. Wo refer
to tlio departure lionco of threo of its most
devoted members, In tho porsoiH of Mrs.
I'arrlsh, the first President, Mrs, Cross nud
Mrs. Woodard, Tlioso were pioneers In the
work, and though they havo passed away to
be no more soon In our midst, they havo left
behind them n mouumont more enduring
than that of marble, nil unfading remem
brance In tho hearts of their eo-workers and
tlio orphans on whom tlinlr .Indness was
bestowed. They bravely born their part In
tho burden nud heat of tho day, mid their
memory will bo ever green. Only two of
the original members remain on tho Hoard,
but tho vacauclos in ado by removals, rest);,
nations or othor causes, have boon llllod by
others of equal Interest In the work. Tho
first six years nro n record of tho closest
economy, nud unthlng less than tho most
prudont and careful management of
tho limited resources at command,
kopt tho Home supplied with
the common necessities of main
tenance, and at times It was les a home
than a refuge from actual want. During tho
years mentioned, the entire pecuniary do
peudonco was Uwm proceeds of membership
fees, sociables, fairs, and contributions. It
Is but Just to remark that calls made upon
mil. ..1 I ....... 1. ...... a. . l.t.a. ...... I.. .. ............
U Vlll.iriin (!, IID1 111 UUI'll IllUb 111 II lll'.llllll-
slvo manner. Iu but few Instances has
assistance been received from other places.
During ono year boxes wore received from
'regnn City, Dalles, and from tho ladles or Illinois, who Is only a your lu tho country.
,'iiYrS:U,l,eri,oT!I-.,-,aJo to tho I,Bls- !" d "--"P'-- - "
ituro, as the only menus by which this "orc' and tho wife stated that they "inado a
Society could bat-o Its future continuance,
r.V.' i-"X?? -"J'-y "" PI'ropriatl(in was On the road again. What nu n-,ful dust;
mado of?l,000yoar y fortwnyears todefriy ...., , ,.., . w. ..,,.. , , ., ,
current exemis of tho hniislmld, clothing Jot r,'u,"1 "arrlsburg during tho fore
anil matron's salary, also J.W0 yearly, for tlio i noon. This place is pleasantly situated on
Improvement of buildhnrs anil ifriiunds ' the east hunk nr Hm viii.ii,.ii.. -i....... ......
Tho nrecont tlmo llnds tlio Treasury
ill a reduced slain of ll.mnens. I... I il.T.
many Improvements on tho premises
benr testimony to tho mostjudlelousoxpend-1
riesuiiioiiy to too mosijuuieioiisoxpenil- ' is a meo looKing pinen; is lu tlio midst of
e. The ten acres tsnnprlslng tho grounds a rich, well Improvod ngrlciiltiiml country.
e been cleared of tlio thick undergrowth; ' , .'.., ' , .,,.., ,"""rJri
s cut down, which were ni-ded neither."", "'" ouiuiuiilc.itleu by both river
for ornament nor simile, ami siilllelmit nlnw
lug mid grubbliiK done for garden purMses.
More of the latter work is to ho accomplished
this (l, and a largo number of fruit treos
have been ongacod for planting. The house
has been thoroughly repaired, tlio walls knl
homlneil, and tho wood-work newly painted
without and within a substantial porcli has
been built u-vm the east, or front side. Somn
changes dainandfld by tho wants of the Insti
tution have bpon tiudo In tlio lutrlor nr
rangemniits, a bath-room, a new kitchen,
(tint old ouo being tieoited forndlnlng-rooin),
and a largo stnvo, render tho domestlo lt
partuient complete a now Ingrain oarpot
andlluiiu window-shades. Increase tlio home-
iiaoapearaiiceortlio parlor. A goml sizuil
niece of ground has been enclosed with a
high paling added to a building of suitable
dimensions for the raising of poultry,
Tho Home Is at present In charge of Mr.
and Mrs. James Thompson, and the Iloanl
of Mauagera have no reason to feel otherwise
thansatl-fled with their mansKornent. A well
regulated oeonomy anil neatness pervades
the household, and to them Is nwlnir In a
great measure the present attractive appear
ance of the entire establishment.
Thirlv live children Iihv.i nt illll'.irnnt iui.
rlods been received and provided for.inany of
meiii iiMnun arrived in a most nssutiiio con
dllloii. Tho y renter numlier of thcu have
bien adopted by excellent fjinllles or claim
ed by relatli es. Only one lias been removed
by (loath. Henrietta l.edwcll died Kb. l,
ol this ear, and was interred In the Mission
Cemetery, aged six years.
The prexonl numlwrnf Inniatrs Is seven
applications have Just been received for tho
admission of five more. The averago num
lier In the family varies from seven to tw el vo.
The society is prspsred to receive homeless,
friendless or orphan children from Hiiy part
of the Slate, and letters of application or In
quiry, addressed to the Stcrewry will com
mand prompt attention.
All are cordially Invited to visit the Home,
which Is open lo visitors every day in the
week, Thursday la named, however, as a
special day for visits or Inspection.
For the furtherance of this benevolent
work an application for aid will be made to
tbe legislative body about to assemble. The
appeal will beoxtendod In full confidence and
belief that a recognition of the Socletv's
needs will secure an appropriation sulIloJent
fortbouxpensea or the two ensuing years.
Mux. C. H. WoonwoiiTii,
A Chavok. The proprietorship of the
Weekly Meicury was transferred this morn
ing from Mu.fcrs Thompson ii Cornell to Mr.
E. L. Ilrlstow of J.iigene, Mr. I), is one of
the present Capital Commissioners, and la
well known to the people of Oregon. We
wish him all the success that he m'jy deserve
In his new enterprise.
WAY-fsIDI. .Hi:.1IOItAl i.
COITAUK UllOVl., AllltllsfJI.
Mu. KniTOiii The most uotlcoiblo feature
of Albany, as tho travoler passes through, Is
two or three duals of Mry muddy waier
running thiough it and pnurhu: over the
bank Into tho Willamette rher. doing south
from this place, tho road to tho Culapoola
river Is tine the dust d!tto,niidlu largoqniui-
lit. Tho brrcro "drawing aft," os a sailor
would say, brought It up around mo lu dense
clouds, throiiKh whfeli oblects appeared In
distinctly, lllto "tho misty shadow of a
dream." This condition of atlalrs was not
altogothor desirable, and I can't suy that 1
On reaching tho Calapooia river and pro
ceeding across on an old slinky looking
bridge, whon nbout halfway ncross, where I
could not turn around, an.l going forward
was a necessity, I dlscnveiod a board milled
up on a post bearing this Inscription: "Phis
bridge Is n condemned bridge, and anyone
thnt passes over it does so el their own risk,"
Tho Idea was suggested to mo that If this no
tlco had been placed In snch n position Hint
it could lime Iveon rend before going on tho
bridge, the Information it contained would
have been of more beuulU to a passing struu
gor. Irom this river to Hiirrlsburg tho
country Is Hit, aud tho soil Is principally a
white clay, and does not seem very produc
tive. The grain (mostly spring) Is small and
abort, but may yield better than It looks.
Heading seems to Ik the preferred mode of
harvesting, and lu somn places sheep shears
might bo used to advantage. Away nut lu
the prairie Iwlwoen llm Calapooln river mid
Muddy creel., stand the lllago of llnlsey.
It Is a noil looking place at n distance, but as
tlio road does not pass through It, I was un
able to ascertain ir, or not, "dlslauco lout en
chantment to tho viow."
I stoppod over lllulit with a farmer from
living" easier hero than there,
i,,iu ui., r....- i ,.... ,.. .....'
""-'.' " wi.i.., nun home
"ty odd business places of dlll'orent kinds,
Ills a nlctt looking plnen; Is lu tho midst of
and railroad, would scorn lo have a future In
store for It. Tlio Christian denomination
havo a church house lioro.
Crossing tho rltor at this point, tlio road
rims through a wide bottom, wooded with
splendid cottonwool! (or balm) treos, mid
rising Into the pralrln and passing through
tho dllapltated little village or I.niuuslor. At n
distance of four miles from llarrlsburgiiii
arrive nt Junction,
This place is supjiosed to bo tho metropolis
of I.anocoiinly. It Is a new town, full ol
young and vigorous life. It Is yet building;
hammers and saws are hoard on every hand
ami tho whole town smells of new paint.
This place Is bolng built hero lu niHIclpallon
of tint wost side railroad connection. "Tho
best laid schemes of mice and man, gang aft
aglee." J miction has a plo-isnut site, mid
contains about three hundred people. There
are soiuu thirty odd business places, a
church, and n llrst-rntu school house. There
uro seerai grain warehouses, and another
one on a large scale is being built.
Dr. Norm in I.. I.ee, a young physician of
Ural-class ability, Is located here, Huhusau
enviable reputation in tlio community, and a
"Whom the Iird lovoth ho uliiistuuetli,
and soourgelu oery eon whom he recelv
eth," saith the scripture. Could It bo taken
for an evidence or Dlvlm, favor for n traveler
to bo onvt IujmkI iu clouds of stilling cliut all
day T If so, Providence frowns upon mo to
day, for tho wind Is from the south, it is
oloudy and cool, and the driving Is corres
From Junction south to Kugeun City tho
road Is through a splendid agricultural
"Deep fields of grain the realtor mows
"In pastures green the heifer lows."
And the passerby on this road knows, by
these tokens that this Is an enterprising,
Hartcstliig snd threshing Is hi full blast,
and eieryone is as busy as tho oft-quoted
I did not stop to Interview the town of lin
gerie CHy It Is a beautiful ploo nt the ex
triiiiiii southern i ud ol ihu Willamette Val
! I Ulook-i tin, lutws like, has water rfiwert
mills aud iiisclnery, and will "mako a
place." The State University building Is
Just on the south edge of the town, on a
raised and very line site. The building i
L'kdl.Able to luuW al flow the road. M.
''Of 4 afT-"
Volume VI. Nuinbor 2S.
.In old Hiihwrilicr of the Willamette
ltrnri' in Ohio JVi iiirini totturtj'or
the Willunutte Wtldy-J.'tc.
Nkw ItiriiMoNP, Ohio, Aug. 10, 1S7I.
Mr. Ihitioii: 1 have lung since contem
plated writing to you, mid (inclosing with
tho sumo money enough to pay one year's
subscription, but have not done so from neg
Irct mid partly fi out the ciortd of business.
Your valuable piper lias been n regular and
welcnmo Islinr, uiilll the last two or tlirou
weeks, and hero lot mo say that for tho last
two yeirsl luvo been trying to sell my
farm In Ohio, with n llxed determination to
iiinl.o my homo In tlio Willamette valley,
Oregon, if possible. I liavn made tho sale
tho licit muvo Is to muster courage to mako
tint Journoy, t wish you would request
some one of jour responsible Ileal I 'state
Agents to i-er.d to my address a list of their
ind. quality, etc. All nrcess.iry Infarnm
Hon, I suppose, s islven lu their circulars.
If I can mako my arr.tugeiiis.ntN to suit, nud
nothing iiiiloreseeu Internum, I expect lo ho
In yourclty as turly lu tlio Spring ns tho Hit
turn or tho weather will permit, ninl ix.rlmrw
sonioofiny family will bo In Salem this
You will please llud enclosed threo dollars.to
llnlsh up tlio present year's subscription to
tho Wiu.ami.iti. I''aiimi:ii.
(!, J. llAltrMAN.
II tO. II 4IIKl.SiS.
.1 l.( tier to Oiw( riuir (frorir atUiij u'r
lnj'itrtiuttlimOrer three hmulntl j'tiui
llle leant In eimie to Orejnn.
Ilnlow wo gl none of tho many loiters Hint
mo dally coming to tho (Jovernor, of lito
character.all ofwhleli nro promptly iinswored
by him, giving such Information ns lays lu
In Ills Hiwur, It Is evident, with little en
coiirngeiiienl mid by tho circulation of proper
nud correct Information among tho southern
and southwestern States that next soasim tho
emigration from thovu States lo Oregon wilt
bo ory largo.
Jnlvai, I-.7I. j
7V thi i:rcrlleim,tl,c(nrrri)iiritie .Suite
nfOreytm: Iti.si'H'iim Niu- I by this, wlli
Information as to your country. There nro
isiiiiiii threo or four hundred Vanillins hero
that want lo nuilitralu next spring, aud talk
or your State. Tho most nr those families nro
by occupation farmers nud ineohiiiilos. Thuy
want Hgrlculliirnl lands. These lamllles are
coining by laud hi n train or wagons, H.i
plo io give us by mall all llioadi Iceas to tlio
In si panto Incite lu nud whom land suitable
can be purchased cheapest, and all other Infor
iii itloii or lulcrost Tills train on peels to start
nbout the lt of April, IN".', from near Foit
Smith, Arkaiioa. Send stailstlcsofyour ag.
iriiiuirni iixperieni'ii in yourninie,
I'leasu let us luvir Irom you nt earliest con-
veleiien as the sooner w n bear from you tho
butler Tor us.
Addriss, (Ireeiiwooil, Sebistlan county,
Arkansas, Very respectfully vours,
J. "It. I'llA-IT.
ninth n.vv. rouiiNtwN hixsio.v.
Aimi-n-r until, It.
Court met pursuant to adjournment.
1'resont sumo as yesterday.
State ol Oregon vs. Thirim (iurrnnd;
motion heretoforo tiled by counsel for tho
Stnto to strike out tho bill of exceptions.
Henj.Stnrk plalutlir, vs. Jacob ICninn de
fendant! ordered that a mandate bo Issued for
Hen llolladay is. J, II. 1). Iloudsrson, and
Hun llolladay vs. A. W. I'atlorson, and tho
0. it O. It, It. vs. J. J, Comstouk. Cause ar
gued and submitted.
Ordered that tint Court stand adjournod
untl to-moirow morning nt U o'clock.
Tho various orgauUatlons are requosted to
send the names ( the delegates elected to
attend the "State Temperance Union," to bo
held lu this city next uiiuith.
Wo note hi the proceedings of the Kooky
Mountain conference, that Hev. C. C.St ration,
formely of this city, has again been stationed
at Salt I-ako city.
C. W, Thomas brought lu yesterday from
the footer llm mountains on tho QuarUvlllo
road, a load or venison. He disposed or his
eirgo In short mitre,
Herman V lllrch are having their store
kslsomliiisl nud palide I up ready to receive
their new stis k.
The Wii.i.wiK-m: Faiiuch is undoubtedly
the best weekly newspaper lu Oregon,
The 8 nileluker wagon iiianiifactory at
SouthUmd, lud., was bunted AuguitUlth.