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THE OREGON SCOUT
la independent in all thing, neu
tral in nothing; devoted to every
catiee it believes to be right a
journal for the people.
THE OREGON SCOUT
Han as largo acirculntiionnsany
two papers in this eection of tho
State comhiukd, and is corre
spondingly valuable as an adver
Horo Will tho Press tho Pcoplo's Rights Maintain.
UNION, UNION COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1890.
The Oregon Scout
An tmlf pemipnt we kljr journal, lixuei tfrry Tliurtdar
JONES & CJIAXCEY,
I'libllahfrs and Proprietors.
A K Johbj). Kdltor
II. CiiA.Nrtv. Foreman
Holt's of Siiliscrlitioii.
One copy one year.
One ci.iijt nix Mi.tiuhi,
One corijr three months,
Inviirliihl)- Cash In Ailvant'f.
1 by ehanvr ubcriptinni are not paid till nut
of jcur, two dollars will be charged.
Kates of adfetttflinf? made known on application
is" Corrt'iiKndi'nce from ail puts uf tut country
Aililrtwa a'i communhatluaa to the Okkuo.n Sciict,
i'REMnKNT - ltenj.imiii Harrison of Indiana.
onllilcrARV op STtTK - Jiimcs (I. Ilia tie of Maine.
Hi.ciiKTAKv or Tin; Titmiuiiv-WillUin Wlnilom
HccKKTAitv ok War KetlHel' l'roctor of Vermont.
Skckktakv ok tiik Sv -Heujimlu F. Tracy of
Hkukktarv ok hie Interior- John W Noble of
IVmtm ASThU-G KN KRAL John Wan.imaktr of l'enn
tylvntiia. Attoknrv Okneral- W. 11 II. .Miller of Indiana.
SKL'HETAKV or AoRlciil.iuliK Jeremiah Husk of
STATU OF OIIKCJON".
(J. II. Mitcii
1 J. N. IXil.i'H.
Secretin jr of State,
HVI. KSTIU I'KSNOt EH.
GlUWIK W. McllHIIIK.
(!. V. Weiiii
Huperlatendeut ort'uhllc Instruction, 11, 11. JIcKlkuV,
Htatj i"rinter, - Fknk O. Hakkh,
fit. H. t-TIUHAM.
. ) W. 1. LoHII.
lW. W. TllAVKK.
SIXTH JUIIIUIAI. UISTKIOT.
Circuit Judge, . 1 . Tamils A. Fek.
J. h. Kan H.
COUNTY OF UNION.
1.1. W. NonVAI..
f J. II. Kalev.
J. 1,. KOK.
O. I, flOHOAI.1,
A. N. Hamilton.
A. T. Neii.i-.
11. O. IlRAINARU.
J. I,. OAHTKK.
- J. V. Kl.MllRKI.L.
J. I. (iUII.il.
J O. W. ItENNEHOcr.
I John McDonami.
(JITY OF I'.NICN.
J. V KENNFIlY.
It. F. WII.MOV J. II. CORI-.IN.
J. S F.u.lorr a. K. Joisks.
K. K.MII.LAKI. 8. A. l'MRSEt..
UNION LODOK, No I. O, O. V , MVMXti KVF.KY
Friday ...nlu . VJO o'clock (
O.S Mili.kk, fte'retary.
OKANUE. Vit)Vni: I NOAMI'MFNT, No. 11, 1. O. O
V.. meeti on the first and third Tin-winy in each
month. O. S. MlI.I.fc.K. C F
J. II. Thomi'.mon, Scribe.
5KANI)K KONDi: VALUiV l. iDfiE, No. 56, A F. k
A M ineeiH ou the second an I fourth Saturday
every inoi.th K. Y. DAVIS, M.
iK. II, IIrown, Secretary.
(SRANDK ItONDK VALLKY OIIAITKR, No. 20.. K.
A. M.i meets first d tliinl Tuesihus each month.
w. t. wmc.HT, M. K. II. r.
Turner Omvkk, Secretary.
IILUK MOUNTAIN I.CDOK N. 2S K. OF 1'.,
meets eery Wnduesilay e eliing. c 0
Turner Oliver, K of H. i 8.
l'KKSTON l'OST. NoTTsToTlTn.. MF.KTS KVKUY
third Satuiday iu each month a', the Odd t t-lliiwa
liall JOSHUA llKADFOlU), l'.O.
The Methodi't Upl copal Church holds services at 11
t M. an 1 7 r. M. ut tucu Sunday. ,
Uev rt. M. DKIVKK, I'aster.
Services are held at the Fresh) terian Church at 11 A,
M.aDdTr M of each .Sunday. ,..,,., .,lp
Kev 1! H l'AHKl.lt, Fa-tor.
The Union Literary and Musical Socitty meets tvery
Friday ivtniuf ai tho M V. I hurch
JOHN R. CRITES,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Oflice two doors south of Fostotliee,
Collecting and probate practice specialties.
J. W 8IIF.LTON J CAUROLU
SHELTON & CARROLL,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Office two doors south of Fostoffice,
Special attention gWen to all business entrusted to us.
R. EAK1N. J- A. KAKIN, Notary IMbllc.
R. EAKIN & BRO.,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
'Prompt attention paid to colUctions.
A. J. 1IACKKTT.
WILSON & HACKETT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Collections and all other biawiess entrusted to us will
'ZZuJ tbeUud of Union count, In
OTM?r. of th. UNION IlKAL ESTATE AB80CIA
I. N. CROMWELL, M. D
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
OfKee one door south of J 11. Eaton's store.
T. McNAUGHTON, M. D
PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON,
All cal's promptly attended to day or n'ght
A. L. DANFORTH, M. D
PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON,
Nurlli Pou'iler, OrKon.
DISEASES OF WOMEN A SPECIALTY.
Ca'la attended to at all hours.
C. H. DAY, H. D
Hom(Eopathic Physician and Surgeon.
All ChIIh l'roniptly Attemleil to.
Orllce adjoining Jones Urns' s'orc. Can lie found
Iglits at resideucu iu Southwest Union.
Architect and Builder,
Drafts, plans and d'tns for dwellings and bridzea
furnished on application.
DR. A. M. MUSSER,
Graduate of I'ennsylrania Dental College, Is at the
And Is prepared t do al kinds of dental work lain-
DR. E. N. NORTH.
Olllt'x It Street, Union, Or.
Teeth eitracted without pain by the successful new
GEORGE BAIRD, Proprietor.
Shaving, Hair-Cutting and Shampooing In
the Lasest Style of the Art.
Shun two do us south of the Centennial hotel. Give
me a call
City Meat Market
Miiln .Street, Union, Oregon.
BENSON BROS., Proprietors,
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON UANIi
Beef, Pork, Yeal, Mutton, Sausage, Hams,
Ed Remillard, Proprietor.
If you want a r freshing drink or a good cigar, drop In,
llllhardand pool tables for the accommodation of
William Wilson, Proprietor.
The Finest of Wines, Liquors and
Cigars Always in Stock.
Flrst-cUts billiard table. Drop In and be aoclalile.
For Information About the South
-ADDRESS WITH STAMP. -
The Official Immigration Department
FIFTEEN SOUTHERN STATES,
THE PACIFIC COAST.
Salt Lake Citizens Hold a Meet-
ing in Favor of Silver.
Tho Chinese Highbinders Organizing
at Portland Under tho Char
Tho Columbia river is risiiiR very
Vancouver, Wash , has voted bonds
for a new court-house.
Many inU-rior towns are hen'mnini:
preparations to celebrate the Fourth of
Tho Yuba and the llualapui Indians
are to ho'd a pow-wow in the llunLipai
The National Silver Committee of Ne
vada will bold a free convention at Car
eon May U9.
It is thought that the preliminarv trial
trij) of the cruiser San Francisco will be
made some time next month.
Fourteen sailors of the cruiser Charles
ton, who were allowed ashore have failed
to appear on board ship again.
It has been decided to put the United
Stales stetmer Marion, which r-ccntly
arrived at San Francisco from China, out
of commission and repair her.
Articles of incorporation of the Taconia,
Olympift and Gray's Harbor railway
bnve wen filed in the ollice of tho Secre
tary of State at Olympia, Wash.
Tho Oregon Improvement Company
will soon place on the market its lands
adjoining tho terminal grounds of tho
Southern railroad at Port Townsend.
Fifty laborers at Los Angeles have
formed a co-operative company and tak"n
a sewer contract at Los Angeles. The
men get 15 cents an hour for eight hours
and an equal division in the profits.
The Chinese under examination at Los
Angeles for having crossed tho line from
Mexico are seeking to prove that they
had been decoyed across the line by
United States Marshals and arrested as
soon as they had passed over.
The people of Portland are beginning
to be alarmed at the reorganization by
the Chinese of the old highbinder socie
ties under the charitable cloak. There
is a belief that trouble among those
people ot a murderous character is brew
ing. The citizens of Salt Lake have held a
meeting in favor of free coinage of silver.
One of the resolutions adopted says:
"As silver whs beaten down, not. by the
law of demand and supnlv, but by cruel
legislation, we demand that tho fetters
placed upon it by that legislation shall
Huntington's propos'tion to the Asto-
ria x bourn toasL rauwav vo muni a
road from Astoria to the transcontinental
onnection with tho Southern Pacific for
00.000 in cash, terminal facilities and
all the property at Astoria owned by the
.south uoasi company win oe accepieu.
Tho carpenter strike at Portland is
still on. The Builders' Lxchango will
make no concessions and every day sees
the carpenters' chimera of winning itow
smaller. An effort to arbitrate tho fish
ermen s StriKe was maoo ni ytsioria, nui.
was unsuccessful, the men comcdingfi
a fir-h, instead of $1 25, which had been
isked, and the eannors declining to oner
more than 75 cents.
Considerable guessing is going on as fo
the successor ot S. W Lceles as freight
agent of the Union Pacific at San l'ran
cisco. The appointment of his successor
tests with General Weight Agent Camp
bell of the Pacific division at Portland,
nmi it is understood among railroad men
that J. G Woodworm, at present as -iHt-
ant gen'ral freight agent at Portland,
will be transferred to tins nsit'on.
Knrmnl nnnlication for snaco at the
World's Fair has been made on beha'f of
the State of California. At a nice tint' of
tho State Board of Trade on the 20th
ult., at San Francisco, tho kind and char
acter of tho exhibit which should bo
made and the measures to be taken to
raise money will come up for considera
tion. All the farmers and berry-raisers In tho
vicinity of West Comptont Los Angeles
county, have concluded to in future dis-
,., i .1
pense witn i;nnicsu laoor uurniK mu
strawberry-picking season. It has been
tho custom in the past to work about 300
Chinamen for two montln, they receiv
ing i a ifav. The nriKlucers nave con
cluded to employ wliite children to do
the nicking from now out ut the same
rate of wages.
Tho following have been appointed
fourth-class postmasters for Oregon:
Dolph. Tillamook county, Alice L-'arey,
viro uarrio xv iiiu resigneu; jiuiuiiiu-
ton, Baker county, C Koss, vice ii. K.
kofh resigneo : nanu . LuacKumarj ruuiiiv,
F. E. Hatch, vice S. B. Hatch, deceased;
Waldport, Benton county, A. H. Diven,
vico J..D. Snencer resigned, in wash
ington: E. L. Field, Christopher, King
rinnlv. A new nosto lice has Deen ts-
tablished at Itarfein, unoteau county
Mont. ; Charles bmlth, postmaster.
Complaint has been filed in the United
Rtntes Circuit Court hv the Union Loan
and Trust Company of Lob Angeles
the Southern Pacific Motor Koad
fVtmnanv. The trust company asks for
n foreclosure of the mortgage of the com
vs road to secure payment of 300
7 per cent bonds of the total value of
1300,000. The Southern California mo
inr road runs from San Bernardino to
Arrow Head Springs. Plaintiff also asks
for the appointment of a receiver tend
inc the action of the court and for an in
junction to restrain the motor company
from continuing the operation ot its
Speaker Reed Anxious for Ad-
journment of Congress.
Batch of Interesting News From
All Parts of tho Country Be
yond tho Rockies.
Philadelphia is introducing "double
decker" street cars.
Denver is now distant from Chicago
but twenty-nine or thirty hours.
Chicago people complain of the slow
ness of the World's Fair Directors.
Four thousand one hundred and nine-tv-iwo
immigrants arrived at Baltimore
Speaker Heed is anxious for adjourn
ment, but the Senators seem iu no hurry
to clnso up.
It is reported that a majority of Con
gress will vote iigninst Postmaster-General
Wanainaker's telegraph scheme.
The reprieve granted rvenimler, await
ing electrocution at Auburn, stays tho
final taking oil' of four murderers at Sing
The Postmaster-General is considering
the adoption of a letter-box wtiieh can be
furnished to housekeepers at a compara
tively small trice.
The General Grant fund at New York
has finally reached $150,000, not over
one-hnlf of which was contributed in
that city and State 1
A recent decision of the Iowa Supreme
Court places the responsibility for the
safe transportation and delivery of per
ishable freight upon the railroads.
It is reported from San Antonio, Tex.,
that a Chicago svndicato bus purchased
all tho street, railroads in that city, the
purchases amounting to .$1,500,000.
A number of New Yorkers are to take
part in a testimonial to be presented to
Cardinal Manning on the silver jubilee
of his episcopal consecration on June 8.
Tho Attorney-General of Kansas fears
that the lato decision of the Supreme
Court in the Iowa original-package
liquor case will trove "a serious if not a
fatal blow to prohibition.
A wasteful slaughter of mooso is said
to bo carried on upon tho Upper Ottawa
river in Canada. The animals are killed
merely for their hides, and their car
casses are left in tho woods.
Secretary Tracy's residence at Wash
ington, tho one where the catastrophe
occurred, has been sold for $;50,7t0.
It cost him $80,000 a year ago. The
residence of the lute Justice Matthews
was also sold for $81,500.
Tho will of George S. Pepper, late
President of the Academy of Fine Arts
at Philadelphia, disposes of an estate
valued at $2,0iK),00(). Tho sum of $1 ,0(17,
0 0 is divided among public institutions,
which are to receive a further portion of
tho residuary estate.
Tho employes of tho Santa Fo general
oflii es at Topeka are making a big kick
because President Manvel ordured the
sum of till increases in salaries last month
to bo refunded to tho company, on tho
ground that tho advances were made by
officers without his authority. A row is
Chicago's City Council has directed tho
Corporation Counsel to bring suit against
every City Treasurer during the past ten
year's, to recover the money which these
officials received from banks as interest
on citv deposits. These sums have
ranged from $30,000 to $50,000 iter annum.
Thirtv-fivo leading manufacturers of
window-ghips in the East held meetings
at Chicago the othor day. An agreement
was signed 10 go out ot ttlast Juno 1st,
instead of July 1st. Production of facto
rif b renrescnttd amounts to about 400,-
0 0 boxes month. When they shut
down it will throw out of work 5,000 men.
Governor Hill of New York bus Bent
to tho Legislature a message suggesting
change in tho method oi contesting
elections. He suggests tho passage of a
concurrent resolution, submitting to tho
people an amendment to tho htato con
stitution, which win taKO irom eacn
House the pow er of judging its own elec
tions and confer jurisdiction upon tint
The following applications have been
tiled with tho Comtttroller of tho Cur
renev for authority to organize national
banks: National Bank of Commerce of
Seattle, at Seattle. Wash., by It. It.
Snencer. Seattle, ami associates; Tho
rJattsmoutn piationai uaiiK, ai nans
mouth. Neb., bv Dr. John Black. Platts
.l . . 11 1 ..A lll.il..
mouth, and associates; the Blaine
National Bank, Blaine, Wash., by II. W.
Wheeler, Seattle, auu associates.
Gorman has introduced in tho Senate
a bill to amend the interstate commerce
act. bv adding a provision requiring the
roads In adjacent loreign countries to oir
taiu license from the interstate commerce
cwminission, before they will ho allowed
to exchange business with railroads in
this country. This license is to he olt-
tained by filing an agreement to abide
bv the terms of the interstate commerce
act as though it were tho law of their
country. If the commission on investi-
t'ation una i Dim at. any nine mat, nie
provisions of the act are Iteing violated it
ib to have power to suspend the license
for not exceeding three months, anil u,
at the end of that time, a second viola'
tlon shall bo proved, to suspend it for
another term not exceeding six months
When tho license is suspended tho cus
touiH o fllcor s are to be notified and they
are to prevent any traffic from that road
passing Into or out ol the united biates
Austria, Germany and France
to Form a Zollvereln.
Rumor That Emln Pasha Has
Pledged a Monopoly of Central
African Trado to Germany.
The Italian Senate has passed the char
ities bill by a vote of 100 to 54.
The Kingof Holland is now practically
an imbecile, and his death is hourly ex
pected. The work of draining tho Roman Cain
pagna, which was begun in 18S4, is now
A Zanzibar rumor has it that F.minhas
pledged a monopoly of Central African
trado to Germany.
Emin Pasha is reported to have stated
that he could not astcnt to Stanley's de
sire to exhibit bun in Europe like a rare
Tho Paris papers continno to reproduce
articles from the Lisbon papers declaring
that their king is in the pay of "the
Baron Hirsch, the Jewish millionaire,
has .spent on his famous mansion in the
Champs Elysees, in Paris, from first to
last, nearlj 700,000.
Herr Forth of tho Vienna Chamber of
Commerce says, in a report just, pub
lished, tiiat all branches of tho Vienna
trade are on tho verge of ruin.
Tho new Marquis of Normandy is tho
Kev. Ixtrd Mulgrave. Ho is onu of the
most popular clergymen in tho north of
Englnnd, and is a hard worker.
Colonel C. J. Murphy, an American,
proposes to build a com palace at tho
Edinburgh International Exposition,
which will be hold this summer.
The total receipts f tho Paris theaters
last year were $0,500,000, an increase of
nearly $L',000,000 over 1888. Tho exposi
tion is supposed to account for it.
Tho law of divorce in France has been
in operation since 1885, and during four
years there have been 15,5111 divorces,
which is at tho rate of 23 for 10,000 mar
riages. There aro said to bo three or four
ladies well known in London society w ho
are determined to appear at tho next
meet of the coaching club on horseback
Fifty-two Anarchists have been ar
rested at Barcelona, Spain. Documents
seized reveal plans for destroying rail
ways with dynamite and for setting tiro
A foreign military statistician figures'
out that ". per cent, of tho French pop
ulation aro permanently in the service,
whereas in Germany only 1 per cent, is
with the colors.
The Argentino republic has raised tho
tariff rates on works of art, confectionery,
carriages, clothing and other articles, in
hope of raising tho revenue, of which it
is in great need.
The reply of tho Portuguese govern
ment to the American and British noto
on tho suhicct ot the Delagoa railway
accepts the proposition of arbitration
Tho Shah of Persia has canceled tho
concession obtained by a Kussian com
pany for the construction of a railroad
from Kcshd to Enzollcc, the seaport of
tho former place.
Rev. Canon Brosnan of county Kerrv,
Ireland, is on his way to this country to
raise muds lor tho completion oi tho
great memorial church in that county to
Daniel O Council.
The Hamburg American Packet Com
pany s now express steamer rsormamiia
made her trial trip from Glasgow the
other day. Sho made twenty-four and
one-half miles an hour. The vessel is
o20 feet long.
decree issued in Franco declares
that the Chief of Staff of the armies in
the field iu time of war shall bo Chief of
the General Staff in time of peace. In
conseqnenco of this General do Miribol
is appointed to the head ot this service
Captain Schmidt of tho Kussian navy,
who was charged with preparing the
p'aiiB of the Cronstadt fortress for tho
German government, has been liberated,
in tfie absence- ot suillcient ovldeuco to
convict him. He has been dismissed
from the service.
Tho important work of draining tho
Roman marshes, on which tho Italian
Government has been engaged since 1884,
is now well advanced toward completion.
rwu work can only bo carried on at cer
tain seasons of the year, owing to the
iinhcaltbiness of the district.
Mr. Giltbs, ex-Governor of tho Bank of
England and President of the Bimetallic
league, has cabled to bonator Jones, in
the name of the Bimetallic Leaguo,
deeply regretting the death of Senator
Beck, whoso services In tho cause of
monetary reform wore most warmly ap
preciated. Count It. T, Ziibof. whose financial ex
ploits iu Boston created a sensation when
thev were first made public, has been
ejected from his Glaremont Park apart
ments by his landlord, l'roiesoor U. li.
Fry. for tho non-payment of a $46 rent
Tho now German army budget pro
poses a substantial increase in tho army,
and includes seventy new batteries ami
the arming up of two new Prussian army
corps to their full strength. Tho chas
seurs and cavalry regiments of Alsace
Lorraine will ho raised to a war footing,
while the effective strength of special
troops on tho eastern frontier will be in
creased, but not to the same degree.
During the week business among tk
wholesale hom-es Is reported as havlnjf
been extremely good, and what is better
the fa 1 trade promWn to show ove
brlker activity. Experts predict enormous
cereal crops throughout the Pacific Nortk
west, but aro hIow to assert much Im
provement In prices for the farmer. Tht
only cloud that temporarily darkens th.
prosperity of tho city Is tho unfortunate
prolongation of the building trades' strika,
which delays the construction of many
Hubstantlal blocks of brick and stone that,
have been commenced or are in contem
plation. The salmon fishing difficulty has
been satisfactorily tided ovor, and sine
back Kant numerous compromises In alt.
par s have been agreed upon between
builders and their mechanics, It Is earn
estly to b hoped that each sldo will glv
way a little here, ho as to bring about a.
general reconciliation with tho least po
Breaking Plow 83355
Broadcast Seeders 9,i(alW
Binding Twlno 10 per ct ills 18c
Binding Wire " 12jc
Grain Drills I1016
Hang now 1U01IS
" Combined Mowers and
Iteaiiera . . 20 V ct dis 1
" Droppers " ISO
" Stcc'1-fnimo self-binding
Harvesters, 20 I? ct dis 180
Rttlroad Barrows, iron wheels,
? dozen 486S
llailroad Barrows, wood wheels,
f dozen Sfr
Road Plow 303S
fctolld Stool Scrapers 12Ca)U
Steel Disk Harrows. fWo.0
Spring Wagons 12517
Sulky PIowh 7(oBS
Walking Plows OGflS
Wagons, all makes 1101W
Burlaps, 40 tn 7
Burlap, 45 In 7
Burlaps, (X) in ll
uunnies, tixu Hi
Potato lings, net cash
Wool, 4 Ib, "
Wool, 34 Hi, "
Wheat Sacks, spot, net cash
Wheat Sacks, extra, second-hand.
Guatemala, lb 22 f?23
Java, lb 25 27
Mocha, Iti tb 28 ft3l
No. 1 Costa Ulca,Mb 22 23
Hlo, t?lb 22 (52.1
Salvador, tj' lb 21422f
Boasted, In bags
Arbuckle's Ariosa, ? th 2fli27
Closet & D.'s Columbia 1 lb pre 2i 26fc
Costa Rica 25 28
I toasted Java 30 3S
Roasted Mocha .'.35 37
Oregon fancy creamery- 2
Cholco dairy 29
Pickled, California 1820
Eastern fancy creamery
California fresh roll 1821
Oregon skims and old
Swiss Cheese, domestic
Young America, Or.
Oregon, tf doz
Eastern, V doz
Bran, V ton 17 0018 09
Hay. ton. baled 18 00ir20 60
Ground Barley, D ton a I 00
Mill unop, yion iw
Oil Cako Meal, ton 27 5030 00
Shorts, V ton 10 0020 00
Apples. 1 MKaa 00
Bananas, t bunch 3 50654 '0
Lemons, California, lj box 3 75 4 00
1, unions, Sicily, fl box, now 6 600 0
Limes, IP cwt 1 50
Oranges, Riversides 3 19
Oranges, Seedless 5 25
Oranges, Navels 5 00
Portland patent roller, ? bbl 3 75
Salem ntent roller 3 75
Dayton patent roller 3 OS
Cascadla patent roller 3 63
Country brands 3 50
McMlnnvllle 3 75
Supcrflno 2 M
Wfdto Lily 3 7S
Graham 3 26
Itye Hour 4 M
Barley, whole, ctl 80 90
Corn, 100 ILh 1 60
Outs. good. V bushel 61 61
live, V 100 lbs, nominal 1 20 OI 22,
Wheat, valley, V su ids 121191
Wheat, Eastern Oregon 1 16 1
Chickens, large young, fi dox . 6 50 0 00
Chickens, broilers 4 6
Chickens, old 6 60 618 (X
Ducks, dox 7 00 8 60
Geese, young, doz 0 0010 00
Turkeys, young, V lb 20
Grouse and Pheasants S 00
200-tb bags, V ton 17 00
lOO-lbbags, ton 17 00
Ground Rock, 50-lb bags, V ton 12 60
Timothy.. 8 ( fc
Orchard Graw 11 to 12
Red Top 6 8fc
lilue urass ,. iz Mi
English Ityo Grass 7
Italian Rye Grass 04411
Australian Rye Grass 7i 0
Mesquito 7 W10
Hungarian Millet. 6 W
Mixed Lawn Grass 12 U
Red Clover. 10 (811
White Clover 18 ft 17
Alsyke Clover 15 (17
Alfalfa 10 (plL
Hemp 6 Sfc
Itapei OallioraU H 4