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ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS
ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17 , 1919
LACK OF SHIPS
nnuu mil uiiu
COUNCIL ELECTS IN ORGANIZE
By Lawrence S. Unas
(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
BUENOS AIRES. (By Mull).
If tbe American meat consumer, wor-
WlBf over hii mounting butcher
i The city council met last night andj The Christian Brotherhood, an or-,
j transacted the regular routine busi-j gunlzatlon in the Christian church,
ness which came up before it. Among! open to ull men members of that
the most important features brought! church and to men not members of
I before the body was the nomination other churches, held Us first regu
! of library trustees by Mayor Lamkln lar meeting Tuesday evening at the
I which was confirmed by the council. ! church. "
These trustees are as follows: Mrs. j The principal feature of the pro-:
gram was an address by Attorney;
till rAnila nf ttiA annrmnilfl ffftlnB
' ... ,. F. J. Shinn, Mrs. E. V. Carter,
ouio American cbuio i- ... m , , , Sra.M,.. , ,.., .Mn, mu.Jm,
, o,k ' rauneriee, . j. E.iiiim ami j. c. i ojmuiuiim u. .mo ... v.. .. ......
soum , , , ,, , ,
WatSOu, 1 ul lllH nuui, i ilia wan tcnaniij
An ordinance was pnifccd by the well received mid showed the speak-
ciuatr, and then demands why !
American meat Is cot sent to North
M "" J""-" ....,..., , . , . , nf moral, nn.l nno th.. ,
farther coul:,l i'ei-ii"& i n:i-mu. m ti-.-. ...... . ........... .
tlfy the delinquent liens to me coun-j ru uencuiu ine ouniiuo iu iuu-
Vhe program was followed by a
: ty clerk and county assessor for col
h leed take his quest no
thai those who nontrol American
This is the opinion of leading
American meat men in Buenos Aires.
Willi none will venture the asser
Moa that Argentina meat placed en
Mu American market would lower
rtare that there are thousand, of ton. tnrougnout Ausirm and parucuiar.y
f South American meat that would , Vienna. Wage and salary earners' " ,Ur,her;
for North American 01 everv Klnu ure anecieu. iu near-
If only refrigerator 'v every instance concessions follow. '
! The crown lately has had an actual THK GHIBV Or XOMK
to" purchasing value of about twoents! IH KAHT OX THE WAXE
banquet. The next regular meeting,
STRIKES AKE TOMMOX 1 " Buto"u 'UK""UJ'!
'THROfGHOUT AUSTRIA i eve,1,"s or Jl"'"ary w"'cl meet-'
(By the United Press) j a ll"ba,e wiU feature the Pr0''
vrMi . ...In gram. Cards will be Issued for this
iriiiii .v tH i inn o uiwcQua numi.
hips were to be had.
In connection with this great
tk head of the South American American 'and continues at present; NOME, Alaska Trappers, liilne
branch of one of the greatest pack ,0 depreciate while the government and other of this far northwestern
lag houses in the United States Prlntins" Wses try to keep up the corner of the continent who for years
frankly told the United Press that aupply to pay the government Mil-j have looked to Nome for their news
Husband to Ranch
DICKINSON, N. D. Another war:
romance, "stranger than fiction,"
came to light here when Countess
Marie von Schellschmldt.v of French
and- English nobility, purchased a
i 4000 acre ranch near Mertora, a vil
lage in the western part of the stale,
, made famoiiR by the fact that It is
t near the Dakota ranch of the late
Colonel Theodore Roosevelt.
FBI USE 1
ROULERS, nelgium. (By Mall).
Flanders mud, the baae of all tha
armies that operated in Belgium, is
of sumo use a tier all.
Mine is practically unobtainable
In H.I,,;.. 1.... 1 . I .
To this farm the countess is bring- "' ' "' ul ,n"
Ing her Invalid husband, an Amerl- n"nul1 vi""Kes' the re!eca are
cnn doughboy of Rermnn descent,
ke knows of no refrigerator ship
of the outside world, will receive no
U. S. Army Wants
lying between the United States and rooa 18 scarce anu usuany oi poor regular news report mis winter as
South American ports. And, he ad- qual"y' Particularly the bread, ; The Nugget, Nome's only newspaper,!
ded Great Britain, as a matter of co,,rse' heavy and almost black, j has decided to suspend publication.;
fact, t. constructing refrigerator! rlces K ul' 8 1118 cn ians.: ror some ume ine nuggei nas
Teasel, as rapidly as she Is able to A flu" ot c'otftes that ,a8t weelt was ! been the only newspaper In this part; - "
i0 g0 . priced at 2400 crowns is this weekiof the word and for more than a the' meeting of the Southern On Oorernors Island, N. Y., Is lo
Given an adequate number of re- 3000 crow,ls-
trlmrator .hlns. Smith American But Vlenna ' ', although still
meat producers declare thev can de- congested and with a large Idle pop
ur i ir in .I,- ,m ulation drawing out-of-work stipends: away, will be the source of news for
the United States not excluded, at ,rom tne Rovernmeiit. This element this part of the country.
a price that would leave no fear of ls Kral'la"' being reduced, however, Nome, once one of the largest gold
local comnetltinu Hnwprpr mien- tne fiKuies showing 112,00 at pres- camps of the north, at one time sup-
Ing stones and bricks with mud for
temporary shelter against the com
ing winter. Others 1:11 the chinks
in their chimneys and walls with It,
utid altogether it is becoming as
murk'nf n comfort to the refugees
as it was a handicap to the soldiers
who lived in It for months.
At Dixmude there is a little, low,
cave-like building, made of stones
from the old pretentious city wall.
They are laid in the red mud of the
nearby battlefields and over the top
of it are arched pieces of sheet Iron
from nritish dugouts. In this lillle
building, containing three tiny
rooms, the affairs of the city are car
ried on; In one room an architect
is at work on estimates of damage
done to public buildings in the city.
In another room the nrtnightly sup
ply of coal Is issued and another
room contains coltli, shoes, blankets
and other nrtlcles which the Ameri
cans have supplied.
The mayor, by far the busiest man
in town, divides his time between
public affairs, weighing out coal, dls
LONDON According to Control- trlbuting supplies and cleaning mor
ler Hands of the profiteering de- tur off of old bricks from the ruin
who before being called to the col
ors was employed on a farm near
The countess and Robert A. Rcheil
schmldt were married last July In
Billings, Mont. They met on the
Argonne battlefield when the count
ess, member of the Napoleon firey
Capes, administered first air to the
unconscious gassed private. She vis
ited him later in the hospital and
upon learning that his name was the
same as that of her first husband, a
German baron, conducted an Inves
tigation that proved the patient to
be a cousin of the baron.
I Both went their way; the soldier
; back to battle and the nurse to her
ministrations of mercy. In her
I work she was sent to America a
year ago to work In Wyoming during
the Influenza epidemic. In Cheyenne
they met again when the soldier re
ceived his honorable discharge and;
they were married.
I year it has been the only paper here Oregon Osteopathic association held cated the United States army music pnrtment of the government, every' nf his house Ho Is laying these In
111 receiving a daily news report. Now )n Ashland the first of the week, Dr. school, under direction of Captain et(ort s ,0 he nill(le ,0 tl..lrk ,e lml( (()n foj. hj(( wln(ers 8hel(e
p- Fairbanks, Alaska, nearly 1000 miles Ti j Rud(ly ot LoB Angeles, stated Arthur A. Clappe, the purpose of British profiteer to his lair. He His example is being widely followed
tloned as to the feasibility of com- aR asal,1Rl "."" a iew weens poneu Beverai newspapers, i nis year
etlnc with American meat nrodue- aK' 80 "'""y !eoule left on the ln8t
Uon In the United States, no claims
were made that Argentine meat GIXP STREAM AFFECTS COTTON
eould be "laid down" at American (By the United Press)
aort. cheaner than American meat ABBEVILLE, La., Dec. 17. The
that "In the examination of children wnicn is ine naming or nanosmen, 00k , illustration a complaint
of school age, It is commonly found assistant band leaders and band- that might be made against a tailor
that they can be grouped in three masters. For each division there Is lor overcharging for a suit of clothes,
classes: well, sick and mal-nour-.a special course of instruction the -The tailor," he said, "will bo
lshed. two tormer ol one year miration obliged to produce bis Invoices and
"The average school inspection an1 "'e latter of two years,
steamer that a newspaper would not mirsn and in manv cusps nhvsirian fitting the student lor the
and surrounding vll-
eould be delivered, but it was stated course of the Gulf stream Is believed ul)f ff Ajf Jf
that Argentine. Uruguayan and Bra- to have come ten miles nearer the iivi I
tillun meat could be delivered Just American coast during the lust year
a. cheaply a. the home product. and probably has caused serious
' The long haul from South to North damage to the cotton crop, according
America, the greatest .ingle eon to L. Vallee, one of the most proml
faotor In the exportation of meat nent planters of this section.
Irom the southern to the northern Vallee has made observations
oontineut is somewhat offset by the which lend blm to believe that re-
lower cost of labor and production ports made recently by "seamen that Albeit Porta, slcentiflc observer and
, la South America. In the thre the Gulf stream was flowing nearer, to.ecaster, is siauiuug pat on nis pre- nf, B.hy
t treat cattle countries Argentina, land are correct. He points out that dictions of a general meteorological It HChoo inspe(,tion systems are
Uruguay and Dra.ll the cattle are this year's cotton crop was greatly , turmoil that will affect the earth t0 be more lJum farcjcai guiding
utdoor. twelve months in the year, curtailed because of adverse weather uuiing me periou pegnming louay. ol,r future generation, something
passed upon those who were sick higher course. The education, con
and those who were well, wholly sequent on enlistment In the army,
overlooking the poorly nourished la absolutely free of cost to those
group which constitutes 35 per cent privileged to enter the school to pai
nt aii children ticipate in its benefits not only is
(By the United Press)
PODGORITZA, Montenegro. (By
End, But Will
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 17. Prof.
show what he had to give for the Mail.) Twenty-nine American sew
material and lubor. Ho may con- ing machines that have produced
tend that he is not making an nn- hundreds of garments for tha poor
reasonable profit, and it may he of Podgnrltssu are today the path
found that h is paying too much for finders In Industrial education for
his clothes. women in Montenegro
In that case the central committee Tim sewing machines had -been
which is able to tell almost to the used In the workroom nf Mm An.ml.
all are compelled to meet the same aer8 Ret pain Horn ?.ib to Jtu per fraction of a penny tha cost through chii Red Cross here, where native
requirements and progress at the mollb during their enlistment. To ,,) stages of manufacture, will see women were taught to sew and to
same speed with the result that 3!1 tnls mU8t b n(llle'1 ,lie V1,I,IB of r"- if the cloth Is too dear. It will be make over American hospltul gar
out ot every 100 children finish their tlona' Nothing, quarters, heat, light, the ()uty of tie .ommlttee, In fact, mPts for their poor. They will form
Under the present school system, ,hifl education free, hut the stu-
common school education physically
unfit,- and this without the family
physician and school Instrutor know-
medical uttendanre and dental treat
meiit, which is estimated to be
equivalent to an increase In the
monthly payment of from $45 to
$!i5 or more.
Men ii the army bands have no
military duties to perform in peace
back every price to
aad for ten month, feed on green condition.. The world is not going to end, must b (ione more (ha1 looklllK nt times otner tnan mat or playing an
rasi. Head for head, the United "If the Gulf stream is actually he said. "Only those who distorted test charts, examining the throat and lsl 'anient, unless they choose a
States produces no better grade of flowing so near land, I fear the en- my original prediction are responsl- fnng out Danks, Evi,ry 01.gan nll(1 mounted band in which case the
keef. tire cotton-growing area is menaced ble for the seeming widespread fear every actvity of tne nln,i nlst he cure of a horse follows.
South American packers, as every- by a succession of wet seasons, which,, that the end ot the world has come, tested for their function and surely
tne else who haa something to sell, added to the ravages of the boll wee-! nut l am very wen satisnea to ici
re looking for the best market. But vil and other pests .will curtail ma-! the turn of events prove my conten-
they cannot get their products to teriully the production and lower the tions."
any market, no matter how good, un- grade of American cotton," Vallee Earthquakes, thundeT, ruin and
lee. there i. some way of carrying said. other severe disturbances will accom-
them. puny the "storms" which Porta fore-
Of course, It I. obvlou the pro- TOKYO. (By Mail.) "Japan's casted, he declared. The said quakes' the history of Cambridge University
duction of hide, moves at a pace prestige and interests are nt stake
Couple Wanted for
Murder Are Caught
(Special to The Tidings)
nurses cannot be expected to do but
a small part of this work."
CAMBRIDGE HAS KI SH
OF .MARRIED STUDENTS
CAMBRIDGE, England. Never in
no groater than that of meat pro- at the Washington labor conference,"
duction. If the United States wants was Premier Hara's statement at a
Argentine meat sufficiently to pro- luncheon when he entertained Uhei
vide means for transporting it they Masumoto and other members of the
cnn get it, but South American meat labor delegation about to leave for
producers will not commit them- the United States,
.elves to the expression of an opin- The reference made by the Japa
ion that the price of meat or leather nese premier to Japan's prestige was
In the United States will dropif taken to refer to her commercial
large quantities of Argentine beef ability to undersell America on ac
and hides are placed on the Amerl- count of lower production costs
its tho nucleus of the first industrial
oliool for girls that Montenegro has
After turning out ?112 garments
for women and children in two
months, the supply of m iterlal gave
out, because nf tho difficulties of
Monlenegroon transportation. The
machines stood Idle. Lot the women
who had become so expert In sew
ing with thorn held a consultation.
YREKA, Calif.t Dec 17. Mrs. They wauled die machines lo keep
Lester Tabor and her son Waller on working.
Tabor, wanted in connection with A committee under Mrs. Coro
the murder four years ago ot Maude vIMi, the forewoman who had cut
Faith Tabor, daughter and sister ot out every one of tha 2112 garments
the accused couple, are in the conn- wiilj Hie care and thrift of an
ty jail here awaiting arrival of of- American chapter worker, presented
fleers from Van liuren county, Mich- their plan to the chief nurse. They
Igan, where the murder is alleged to nsked for the loan of the workroom
have occurred. and of the twenty-nine machines to
(By the United Press) t,0(y 0f Maude Tabor was start a sewing school for the girls of
LAWRENCE, Kas. The fate of found in an old trunk In the Miclil- Podgorllzn.
Rufus King, held for trial In the gun home of tho Tabors on Decern-' Never before In tho history of
HELD AS EVIDENCE
anil volcanic eruptions will artect hare the authorities faced such a sit
Italy, Japan, Java, Alaska, Callfor- uatlon as confronts them this year,
nit, Hawii and Central America. There are 1000 more undergradii
"I never once predicted the world ates than in 1913 and a large number
would come to an end," Porta re- 0f them are married.
pented. But the I acific coast will Hundreds of them are completing triple murder skeleton mystery, may her 3, and from that time until the Montenegro ban there been Industrial
be visited with the most serious courses begun before the wur. Dur- be decided on t lie basis of data re- couple were arrested in this county, education for young women. The
storms in Its history.'
men, if they have the money, may
of John Woody, alleged "murder Bray, the police of the entire country I!" to the gymnasium. But educa
farm" victim, which has been pre- have been searching lor lliem. tlnn for girls never! The twenty
pared by Hubert Shepard of the Uni- Mrs. Tabor claims her daughter three women who had gained Amer.
versity of Kansas department of died from an overdose of chloroform can skill in two months hud learned
ing the five years intervening many guiding the supposed skeleton of Walter n Weed and Mrs. Tabor at
have married and come buck to col
lege, in. many instances, with one or
two youngsters. It is a task for
( Cambridge to care for 5000 students
'and the addition or so many wives
and children has aggravated the
crowded conditions of the town.
While married students are not
uncommon in any university it Is
anatomy. self administered, while Walter
. King's trial Is scheduled for the clares he was in Montana at
March term of court at Lyndon, time of his sister's death.
At the continuance, Shepard np-
The board of directors of the Ash
land Amusement association, with
a numbef.4t stockholders, met last
night and legally dissolved the or-
through cheaper labor.
"The labor covenant under which;
the forthcoming lubor congress will
be held, will become an absolute law!
with the ratification of the peace; , . ,
treaty," the premier said. "The del-: ; stated that never hns co large a pe--i pea red ready lo present what may be
egates of all countries will no doubt; PORTLAND, Dec. 17. News has, centage of the student body been deciding evidence regarding age, sex,
bring forward propositions based on leaked out that the fish and game married men.
conditions In their countries and commission, at a secret meeting Fri- There will be two royal under-
there Is absolutely no reason for the. day- discharged State Biologist Fin- graduates this year Princo Albert
difference in the conditions ot vari-'ley. to te effective January 1. Fin- and Prince Henry.
ous countries affecting any country 'ey was given -bo chance to defend .
In the least. j himself and was not informed of LONDON. British military' px-
lt will be a matter of course that the action until he received a letter perts believethe Russian BolsUeviki
the delegates for the employers' from ,he office stating It had been cannot withstand the onslaughts of
ganization and cleaned up all busl- nhould endeavor to protect their In- declared vacant.
nesi connected with It. This o far terests and those of the workers
a. the association is concerned winds should do the same. It should be UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, Eu- is likely to happen ir. tho Russian
up the Rogue River Roundup In borne In mind, however, that in do-. Bene. Men of the University of Or- campaign by December 1.
Ashland, which has been such an at-ing so they nnmt not lose sight of egon who died in service are to It Is pointed out that the Bolshevl
traction here for the past three years, the existence of the atnte. be honored with some sort of a kl have employed German tactics in
The directors settled all past debt. "in the peace conference at Paris, memorlul. Just whut form that mem- moving men from one front to inl
and were able to retire with all out-; Japan has been sitting as one of the orial shall take has been left to a, other with more or less success but
height und nationality of the sup
posed John Woody. The skeleton
was sent to the Kansas University
school of medicine, after being un
earthed last August at Maple Hill,
Kas., on property formerly occupied
by King. LOS ANGELES, Dec. 17. Tly
Two other skeletons unearthed on story of two years of life In the
something and with the air of the
Americans they planned the first
sewing school. The school bn. just
begun, alter turning away three
times the applicants it could admit.
(By the United Pross)
"Peace on Earth, Good Will lo Men!''
Do we think it, hope it, pray it, .
Shout It once, und then again,
Gaining strength with each re
frain, Gaining faith each time we say it?
"Peace on earth, good will to
tneir enemies longer than two pioperty said to have been used by same house with her husband's nl-
months and Hint something definite King may be sent to the university leged affinity was unfolded by Mrs.'"'" God We Trust" as well as man
for Identification. They are sup- John Freeman today. The hoehnnd
posed to he the hones of Reuben as the result, was Jailed, charged
Gulschall and William F. Ringer.
standing obligation, wiped out.
'five great powers and it is a matter! committee of students, faculty uidthat recently each success has been
Of course that the same right and regents. ;a little less marked than the pre
position will be accorded to tho Jap- The faculty committee, Just ap- vious one and that it is reasonablo
anese delegates at the Washington .pointed by President Campbell, con- to suppose that such tactics in the
: labor congress. ! sists ot W. F. G. Thacher. professor end must break down unless one
"Our delegates should remember of rhetoric, chairman; Colin V. Dy- enemy Is completely subdued. When
"ItltF.Vr.lOKCOPK" TO HELP ,
ENFORCE ntOIIIHITlOX LAW
NEW YORK. Nid comes the
Chief Revenue Agent Harry W.
Ma cor, in charge of prohibition en
forcement in New York, introduced
the newest rum detector when he aa-
BtO PLANING MILL IS
TO BE BUILT AT DORRIS
(Special to The Tidings)
DORRIS, Calif., Dec. 17. Dorrl.
la oon to have a bi planing mill i,n,.. nro.,ia ,i i(nrou .hib inent. executive secretary of tha the Bolshevikl centered against Kol-
and box factory, according to word are Bt stakg aml at ,he mme, time Portland center of the Extension Di-!chak some months ago and drove "eniblcd his cohorts in a "school for
received here from Klamath Fall.!.h(iv .hnilIl- ,rv t 1111nl.fI1pfriiv ,i,J vision of the University, and proton-' him back 700 miles, their southern 1,19 enforcement of prohibition" in
The four big Interest. In the Amerl-! cnaPM thejr ml&ljioTl wnjch ig 0f ! sor of Journalism; Professor George' front was left weak whereupon Gen-, ,he lom house here today.
can Lumber and Box company are t world-wide significance." i S. Turnbull, professor of Journalism; , eral Deniklne started his advance
to merge and build here, according ! r. w. Prescott, professor of public, which has resulted in clearing up
to the report. j COLLEGE BEES PROFITEERED ! speaking; Dr. John F. Bovard, pro- South Russia.
The new factory Is to be ready to ; If profiteering Is "getting all you fessor of zoology; Ellis F. Lawrence, j The Bolshevikl have withdrawn
commence operations next spring and can and keeping all you get" the O.jdean of the School of Architecture, j many mon from the Kolchak front,
will have a capacity of 2i, 000, 000 A. C. bee colonies came well wtthin The student commitee is made up! giving theadmiral a chance to ad
feet a year. I that class last year. Thus it came! of Lyle McCroskey, of Bellinghain,! vance. In the meantime the western
- ! about that the department of ento-l Wash., chairman; Edwin R. Durno,' front has become a menace to Bol-
Itl ll.DIVO BURNED
(By tbe United Press) How the bees were housed, fed and of Corvallls.
SALEM, Dec. 1. Walker Hall, a managed to get this result will be; These two committees will co-oper-! states bocause the Bolshevikl realized
mology had store, of honey for sale, i of Silrerton, and Miss Ella Rowllugs. : shevlsm. The British experts believe
! peace was broached 'to the Baltic
with contributing to the delinquency
of his minor children. Miss Dorothy
Chaster is being kept In a hospital
to answer a similar charge when she
recovers from an illness following
Mrs. Freeman charges she was
foroed, by threat of death, to nurse
Mis. Chaster at the birth of still
horn children of which, she alleged,
her own husband was the father
The last time, she declared, was Sat
She claims Freeman and the girl
ago and made a marriage contract
with the girl's mother, promising to
an ugent t:u"' l,,r l,Kt " ,u i,.i
breath- taneousiy reiusing 10 mvorrr .r.
1 E-M..u wknni ti a mur-rior. HIYfretl
oscope wnicn iook. ime a cross ne-" "-""
tween a gas mask and an automobile year, ago in England.
.,,.,i.n.o, ,,h th. h,.tffnr." "Dorothy and my husband would
will register the alcoholic content
Take this for guido,-
tn i 88 it.
If each one worked on God', great
We'd dig a trench no power could
Let's choose God's way and then pur
His star said "Peace, Good Will
Ashland, Ore., Nov. 28, 1919.
The "breathoscope tests the;
breath literally. Agents will be
equipped with the apparatus. If
customers wobble when I hey come
from near beer doors,
promptly will clamp on the
class building at the Willamette uni
versity, was destroyed by fire early
today. Tbe loss Is $35,000.
Eugene $100,000 available from
astern capitalists to build homss
brought out in the intensive 12- ate with a similar committee of the; they no longer could hold back their
lesson beekeepers' course farmers' j board of regents made up of J. A. 'enemies on three sides and maintain
w'eek. Many disabled soldiers take "Churchill, state supufinlendent of! the force in Northern, Russia also,
the course. public instruction; Vernon H. Vaw-j ,
ter of Medford, and Mrs. O. T. Ger-j The Dulles Sportsmen raising n
Salem to have two new modern linger of Delia, and member, of the fund for fish ladder over Columbia
apartment bouse.. - ; alumni a.ioclatlon. j Fall..
CITV TO REMOVE
IROX FROM WATER
SPRINGFIELD, 111. The hither-
Calgary, Canada, two years to accepted theery thnt Iron In drink
ing water Improves Its value as such
no inducement for Springfielders.
The city commission is considering
the expenditure ot $150,000 for a
plant to remove the Iton. The city
fithers take the position that "de
Ironed" water not only I. better for
fcome home from thelheater at night drinking p irposes but reduce, the
. . a ilAiirAi'iii t inn n f all mrt iilnmanr It
of the victim's exhalation.. j """ " Mn ' """""" " . r
Agents tried the apparatus out on' "They called m. a little old hen comes "I touch with.
a coal wagon driver who Imbibed nd . 'little old wife.' Dorothy would
"sassafras tea" at a North River bar any. The p.-t wa. your., but the fu- Astoria to get new $.0,00 film
and then dumped his coal In a seweri lure belong, lo me.' " theatre.
manhole. They suld they found the ; ',,. ..
"sassafras tea" wa. 3 per cent al-; electric lighted poultry pro-, Sutherlln valley apple crop .hip-
tohol j ducts plant goln In at Edenbower. plug large pack Mat. m