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New Houston Hotel
STATE N E W S
Hiath «m l Kvvrvtt HU . Portland, Ota.
Pour hlueka from Unten Itepof. T o o bteeka
front Now Puntóme«, Mutern «m l fireproof.
Orar lau uutelde room« H *l « « 11« •« »*•**>•
CHAH, tí IIO P K IN H Mnnnnrr
C O I SAGE TEA IN
W. H. Oldman, a specialist in dis
eases o f grains, arrived in Baker re
cently from Portland and w ill begin a It’ »
thorough investigation o f ths grain
prus|>«cta in Haksr county.
On« humlf««! «ml aUty -ftv* Uooma. «11 Mmlwn
[fp ie w tw H U : trmm |>him«ai uii «very tluur.
G ra n d m o th e r’ ll R ecip e
k eep h er L o c k « D ark,
Gloimy, B eau tifu l.
te c tin g Y o u r C h ild re n
War Recipes P ro
The long, hard $chool term drain$ the vitality of growing
Warden Murphy, of the State peni
75c to 11.5» p«r day: $2.50 to tentiary, stated recently that the pris
The old-time mixture of Bage Tea
$5.00 p«r wnnk.
on bresii used by the convicts is now and Bulpbur for darkening gray,
Onimnlt« Court hull aa. II bteeka from I'untufflra, and has been for some time manufac streaked and faded hair Is grand
Kir« 1'rouf. M I* and Oregon Klactrlc t»»n duor.
mother's recipe, and folks era again
tured with one-third potatoes.
using It to k e e p their hair a good,
even color, which la quite senalble, as
M O N E Y FO R YO U .
we are living In an age when a youth
> Thouaarula tif train**! vounff propl« n
lUhnke Walker II uh I hm « foil««*». PurtUml.
Jr., Lana county boy who has been ful appearance la o f the greatest ad
•tu4«iU In (HMltluns. Kniwll any tiro*. Pro«
serving in the navy and who had been vantage.
Nowadays, though, we don't have
stationed at Mare Island.
o f death was not given In the message. the troublesome task of gathering the
sage and the tnuasy mixing at boms.
Pacific company's All drug stores aell the ready-to-uae
A r« mult' from your O N ) CAR-
home o f the ret) cars, located at Bea product. Improved by the addition of
I I 'I s
K hr lfiift» wovt-ii nil
verton. is employing women, who are other ingredients, called "W y e lb ’a
Mml ortlrrn receive |irom|>t and care
helping to carry on the work vacated Bag« and Sulphur Compound" for
ful attention. Send for book lot. |
by young men joining the army. These about 60 cents a bottle. It la very
NORTHWEST RUC CO.
popular because nobody can discover
women do their work carefully and are
It haa been applied. Bimpty molaten
E. Hth and Taylor SU.
I’"it land, Or.
"m ak in g good.”
your comb or a soft bruab with It and
Copies o f an Initiative petition, hav draw this through your hair, taking
one «mall strand at a time; by morn
R«««kl, 9«kl, !<•«»•«! hik I K$Mir«i ing for its purpose the oueting o f the ing the gray hair disappears, but what
preaent members o f the Public Service
W AI K I K »• I M T IU G WOHKH
It u maids*. eor. 10th. I'ortland. Ow. commission, by repealing the act pro delights the ladlea with Wyeth's Sage
and Bulpbur Compound, !• that, be
viding for the election o f such commis sides beautifully darkening the balr
sioners, have been filed with Secretary after a few applications, It also pro
o f State Olrott.
duct* that soft lustre and appearance
The Farmer«* Union o f Umatilla of abundance which Is ao attractive.
SHIP T O ‘' N E A R E S T M A R K E T county has telergaphed the Oregon This roady-touae preparation la a de
lightful toilet requisite for those who
BETTFR PRICES - QUICK RETURNS delegation In congress asking that the desire a more youthful appearance. It
warehouse where the grain is actually la not Intended for the cure, mitigation
I turned over to tha government, instead or prevention o f disease.— Adv.
| of a terminal city such as Portland or
Spokane, be established as a primary
"W b at la the tune you were playing
The United States road engineers at on the piano?"
"T h at Isn't a tune; that la a
; Portland have recommended to Waah- sonata."
| ington that the 20-mile stretch o f Pa-
"What's the difference?"
Irifle Highway between Salem and Au
"W ell, with a sonata It's hard for the
M O LE
j rora be developed as a postroad and average listener to detect mistakes.
M IN K
State Highway Engineer Nunn be- With a tune you've got to know pretty
; lieves that this means the work can go well what you are about"— Washing
ahead on the road this year.
Cat out tha following rt
pasta Iham in your cook book to haip
Thay kava bean
thoroughly tostad by instructors and
spacial lecturers in tba department
of home economics at tba University
R a ton
B E A U T IF U L R U G S
BIG M ONEY IN PUPS
IVe Hunt Immediately
A N D O T H E R FURS.
Prices are higher than ever.
Send lor Hau> Fur price IUI today.
H. L I E B IH*>L
C O .
Fur Dealers and Fur Manu
149-151 Broad «ray, Portland, Or.
W . Pay the
Guarantee quick returns; charge
no commission. Make trial shipment
and get the most for your FURS«
N. M. UNGAR CO.,
Wool & Mohair
l i « . . l p tew W.«. U hn. «1 >mu I.«.
TH E H. r . N O R T O N C O M P A N Y .
I'urtUnd. Ur«., Seattle. W a ,
W ill guarantee >ou t>p mnrhi-t price« at alt time«
fo r yuur Vaal. Halt», Poultry, H gr«, Iluttar, llidaa.
K ir. I f you Hava not shipped to ua. try ua.
113 F ro n t.
P O R T L A N D . OR.
W orldly Advlea.
" I wouldn't stoop to do a wrong
"That's right. Reach for something
high."— Louisville C ourier Journal.
your wife had
didn't get a
police aay -hat you and
had some, judge, but I
chance to use thorn.—
The Gold H ill cement plant, which
has been shut down since tha holiday!,
"Th at fraud simply touched me on
resumed ofa-ration Thursday with a the raw."
"O f course, when you found It was
bhort handed crew. A fte r a short run
| on cement it w ill make an etxenaive so well cooked up.’*
run on limestone fertilizer to meet the
Room, or Company7
demand o f the farmers before the state
With all proper respect to members
plant at Gold H ill w ill be in operation.
of congress, we wish they'd quit com
As further testimony to the mild, ing home so much and give the rail
I springlike weather that has prevailed roads a chance to haul a little coal.
I during the winter season at Cottage Kansas City Star.
Grove, J. I.. Orr has found a patch o f
Dr. Pierce’s Pellets are best for liver,
wild strawberries in full bloom. Un
doubtedly the hillsides about the city bowels and stomach. One little Pellet
for a laxative—three fo r a cathartic.
are covered with the blooms, but it is
not likely that any berries w ill be pro
A Grave Situation.
duced from them.
"So Marie ia engaged?”
The old courthouse building, which
haa done rervice for Joesphine county
for nearly 30 years, is being tom down.
The material w ill be used In the con
struction o f bunkhousea and other
buildings at the Collard A
chrome mlnea, near Takilma, and for
buildings on the Barton A Griffin cin
nabar mine on Diamond creek, Curry
N ever In the history o f Milton haa
winter wheat given promise o f better
returns at a corresponding tim e o f the
season than it does now.
owing to the late season, much grain
was needed in the dust and it seemed
doubtful i f ail grain thus needed would
germinate. However, when rains did
come they came copiously and the un
usually warm winter was further con
ducive to growing grain.
past few days a light covering o f snow
has fallen and this ia also welcomed by
.1 1 * 1 1 ■
* * *
v “ '- Pork- B*-f.
Poultry, Bu»»«r. Eg««
and Farra Produce.
a the Old RaHabla Kvardlnr house * i U a
pweord o f 4f> year* o f Hquar« Drwllmri. and
ba aaaurad o f T O P M À R K E T ‘“RICES.
F. M. CRONKHITE
H I Frort Straat
Part land. Oregon
BUY DIRECT JU
' , ' “
Do Your Own Plumbing]
R r huytnr direct from na at wholeente prtraa
and aava tha plumhera profits. W rit» ua to
day your nm-da. Wa w ill give you our rock-
bottom "dlreet-to-you" price«. f. o. b. rail ot
boat Wa actually aava you from 10
cant All ffoorin guaranteed.
Northwaat hesduuartera foi Loader Water
Syatoma and Fullar A Johnaon Engines
S TAR K -D AV IS CO.
212 Third Straat.
P. N. U.
Portland. O ra yon
No. 6, 1918.
Swinging Round the Circle.
Mrs. A.— Our cook has lived In tome
of the best famlliea.
M r »— Ours has lived In all o f them
and la now on circuit for the second
Chronic Constipation la aa dangerous
as disagreeable. Garfield Tea cures
Locating the Action.
“ And Fixzlepate ran through a for
"N o ; he never did anything ao ener
getic. He stood still and let the fo r
tune show the speed.” — Exchange.
Sooths Itching Scalps.
On retiring gently rub spots o f dan
druff and Itching with Cutlcura Oint
Next morning snampoo with
Cutlcura Soap and hot water. For free
Rees R. Hall, o f St. Helens, form erly samples address, “ Cutlcura, Dept. X,
deputy county clerk, has been appoint Boston." At druggists and by mall.
ed county clerk to succeed A. F. Bar Soap 25, Ointment 25 and 50.— Adv.
nett who resigned to accept a responsi
A Rapid Flrer.
ble position with a shipbuilding con
Mrs. Peck— I always think twice be
fore I speak once.
The ter.’ norary inter-county bridge
Peek— Exactly, my dear— but then
over the W illam ette river at Salem you are such a quick thinker.— Ex
was reopened to traffic Saturday after change.
being closed about a month.
closed because o f damage done by high
The authorities at Sherwood have
taken guns and ammunition from sev
eral enemy aliens. Others are being
Somctlmos a small boy Is so patriotic
watched and their guns w ill be taken
ho wants to observe soapless days
seven times a week.— Galveston News. as soon as the fact o f their possession
The deal for the logging over o f the
"That girl thinks of notnlng all day
2200-acre spruce tract west o f North
but n fine dressing up!”
‘ What she evidently needs Is a good Bend, and south o f Empire belonging
to the Southern Oregon & Menasha
dressing down.”— Exchange.
Woodenware company, which has been
pending fo r several weeks, was closed
Here Is a suggestion for a scenario: Saturday follow ing receipt o f a tele
During courtship he kissed her burn gram from Colonel Brice P. Disque to
ing lips. A fter they were married the effect that the Spruce board had
those same Kps frequently roasted entered into an agreement with the
him.— Florida Tlmes-lJnlon.
C L T ID
"Yes, to an undertaker.”
"A n undertaker? She must be dead
in love."— Exchange.
samples o f Victory bread
taken to the office o f Oregon’s Food ad
ministrator at Portland, Saturday, one
made with a 5 per cent substitution o f
potato for the wheat flour promises
great possibilities. The baker making
the experiment has found that this
vegetable can be substituted to the ex
tent o f IB per cent with very good re
sults, but it is not believed practical
to use the potato as a substitute for
wheat flour in excess o f 10 per cent.
W ith the third ordnance class o f the
University o f Oregon barely started in
ita work, Lieutenant C. C. Jeremiah,
instructor o f the course, has already
received a number o f applications for
the fourth class, which is scheduled to
open on March 11.
That a w aiter in an Albany restau
rant was entrusted with more than
$200 to make a trip to Hornbrook,
Cal., and return with a cargo o f
whisky and that his return has been
awaited in vain for three weeka ia a
story current in Albany. In the na
ture o f thinga it cannot he verified.
KIDNEYS, USE SALTS
I f y o u r B a ck h urts o r B la d d e r
b oth ers, d r in k lo ts o f
w a te r.
When your kidneys hurt and your
back feels sore, don't get scared and
proceed to load your stomach with a
lot of drugs that excite the kidneys
and irritate the entire urinary tract
Keep your kidneys dean like you keep
your bowels clean, by flushing them
with a mild, harmless salts which re
moves the body’s urlncus waste and
stimulates them to their normal activ
ity. The function of the kidneys Is to
filter the blood.
In 24 hours they
strain from It 500 grains of acid and
waste, so we can readily understand
the vital Importance o f keeping the
Drink lots of water— you can’t drink
too much; also get from any pharma
cist about four ounces of Jad Salta;
take a tablespoonful In a glass of
water before breakfast each morning
for a few days and your kidneys will
act fine. This famous salts Is made
from the acid o f grapes and lemon
Juice, combined with llthta, and has
been used for generations to clean
and stimulate clogged kidneys; also
to neutrallie the acids In urine so It
no longer Is a source of Irritation, thus
ending Madder weakness.
Jad Salta la Inexpensive; cannot In
jure; makes a delightful effervescent
llthla water drink
should take now and then to keep
their kidneys clean and active. Try
this, also keep up the water drtnktng,
and no doubt you will wonder what
became o f your kidney trouble and
Baked Lima Beans— 1 c dried lima
beans, 1 pimiento, 3 tb olive oil or ba
con fat, 1 small onion, j ts salt, 1 t i
paprika. Soak the lima beans In one
qt o f cold water for several hours or
over night. Drain off the water. Put
the beans in an earthenware dish or
Fry the thinly
sliced onion and the pimiento cut in
small pieces, in the oil or fat for five
minutes. Add them to the beans. Add
the salt, the paprika, and enough boil
ing water to cover the beans. Bake
the mixture slowly until the beans are
soft— about two hours. Add more wa
ter as it is needed. I f the beans are
cooked in boiling water a fter soaking
in the cold water, they may be baked
in one hour.
Green Pea Loaf— 1 e dried green
peas, 4 c cold water, 2 qt boiling wa
ter, 1} c soft, stale bread crumbe, I j
c milk, 1 ts salt, i ts pepper, | ts
paprika, } ts grated onion, 1 egg, 3 tb
f a t —oleomargarine, beef drippings, or
bacon fat. Soak the peas in cold water
over n igh t Cook them in boiling wa
ter until they are soft. Rub them
through a sieve. To one cup o f this
pea pulp add the bread crumbs, mild
seasoning, egg (sligh tly beaten), and
the melted fat. Turn the mixture into
a small, greased bread pan. Set this
pan into a second pan, containing wa
ter. Bake the mixture forty minutes,
or until it ia firm. Remove the loaf
from the pan. Serve the loaf with
plain cream sauce.
One-half cup of
cheese may be added to one and one-
half cups o f the sauce.
Hooverized Shrimp a la Newburg—
lc shrimp., 2 tb oil (M azola) or chick
en fat, i ts salt, cayenne, 2 ts lemon
juice, 2 ts cornstarch, ft c milk, yolks
o f 2 eggs, 1 ts minced parsley, paprika,
pepper. Cook shrimp three minutes
in oiL Add seasonings and lemon juice
and cook one minute. Remove shrimps
and add flour and milk.
Add beaten yolks o f eggs,
parsley, and shrimp.
Serve on but
Shrimp Salad — 1 c shrimps, 2-3 c
finely cut celery, 1-3 c cooked salad
dressing, lettuce leaves. Mix shrmp
and celery together.
salad dressing, and serve on crisp let
Mockonema to Have Elevator.
Colfax, Wash. — Mockonema, six
miles west o f Colfax, on the O.-W. R.
A N., ia to have a bulk grain elevator
with capacity for 100,000 bushels o f
grain. This was decided at a meeting
o f the stockholders o f the Farmers’
Warehouse company o f Mockonema
and a number o f farmers who are not
stockholders but who deliver their
grain at that point. A committee to
make arrangements for the building,
secure plant and ascertain coats was
Work w ill be started be
fore spring seeding.
NORTHWEST MARKET REPORT
children and you wonder why they are li$tle$$, puny and pale.
Every school child will show marked improvement
in health and growth if given
Its rich, uniform cod liver oil gets into their blood and gives them vim ,
snap and zest. It creates strength to resist school sicknesses,
overcom e pinched faces, sallow com plexions and dull eyes.
H igh authorities h ave established again and again that cod
liver oil prom otes grow th and energizes the body and brain.
T h « imported N o rw e g ia n cod liv e r o il «tw a y * need ia S c o tt* • Emmlmlom is arm
— - _ — . n —
• ic h
a a g
uu i II II »-.V« It
I free fro m impurities.
refined la out o w n A m e ric - a n labomtorte*
beult at H u n t . Bloomfield. N . J.
VAUGHAN'S PORTABLE DRAG SAW
Cuts 20 Cords in 10 Hours
T H E L IG H T E S T . T H E
T H E O R » IG IN A L
-----EST. H A S M A N Y IM IT A T O R S .
E Q U A LS . W r it« far Information.
TH E LAST
E X A M IN A T IO N O F
W A R ’S D R A F T .
Sure! High Heels
Cause Corns But
Many a man has fallen down beca.ua« a
test of his water showed unmUtaJrably
that he had kidney disease.
The kidneys ara the scavengers and
they work day and night in separa ting
the poisons from the blood. Their signals
of distress are easily recognised and In
clude such symptom! aa backache, de
pressions, drowsiness, Irritability, head
“ The very beat way to restore the
kidneys to their normal state of health
and cure auch symptoms," says Dr.
Pierce, of Invalids' Hotel. Buffalo, N. T..
“ Is to drink plenty of water and obtain
from your favorite pharmacy a email
amount of An-u-rlc, double strength,
which Is dispensed by almost every drug
gist.” You will find Anurie more potent
than Uthia, dissolve uric acid aa water
Send Dr. Pierce 10c for trial pkg. and
ask for advice If there la need.—Adv.
Who Cares Now
You reckless men and women who
are pestered w 'th corns and who hare
at least once a week Invited an awful
death from lockjaw or blood poison
are now told by a Cincinnati authority
to use a drug called freezone, which
the moment a few dropa are applied
to any corn or callous the soreness Is
relieved and soon the entire corn or
callous, root and all, lifts o ff with the
Freezone dries the moment It la ap
plied, and simply shrivels the corn or
callous without Inflaming or even Ir
ritating the surrounding tissue or
skin. A small bottle o f freezone w ill
cost very little at any o f the drug
An Early Riser.
stores, but w ill positively rid one’s
Lady (to applicant)— Yea, I adver feet of every hard or soft corn or
I f your druggist
tised for a mald-of-all-work. A re yon hardened callous.
an early riser?
hasn’t any freezone he can get It at
am, any wholesale drug house fo r you.—
madam! A t me last place Ol waa up Adv.
and had breakfaat ready an’ all the
beds made before anybody else In the
A Valet W ith Wits.
honse was up!— Exchange.
Valet— One of your creditors wishes
to see you, sir.
T ell him I’m out.
“ Every man thinks he Is qualified
Valet— Yes, sir. And I'll Just light
for a higher position."
one of your best cigars, sir; he” ll be
‘‘And many of them are rig h t!” re
more likely to believe me then.— Ex
plied Miss Cayenne. "T h e y ’d be far change.
more useful as telegraph linemen or
skyscraper constructors."— Exchange.
Made Dad Proud
The old sea captain. In brass but
“ 1 was Just thlnkln’ after we get out
tons, sat smoking comfortably by his
o f the trenches an' back home again
fireside, when Jack, his sailor son,
how nice an’ peaceful that old boiler
burst In upon him.
factory will sound to us.” — Detroit
"W eather too rough.” explained the
! Free Press.
son, "S o we've put In for a day.”
“ Too rough!” exclaimed Mr. Tar,
Finish of the Trip.
with visions o f his own days on the
“ That actor Is very pompous. He
briny. "W hy, sir, I was once sailing
' says he has ‘arrived.’ ”
round the cape when a storm came on
"H e has.” replied the manager.
and it blew down the mainmast and
the mizzenmast was swept away, but "This Is where he gets off.”— Wash
we didn't even think of putting In.”
“ W ell, you see,” explained the son,
“ W hy do people seem to think that
“ this storm was so bad it blew the an
blondes are frivolous?”
chors o ff the captain’s buttons, took
"Don't know, unless they conclude
the paint o ff the ship’s bow and— ’’
It Is natural for them to be light
“ S top !” cried the old man. “ You
headed.” — Baltimore American.
do me credit. Jack— you do me cred it!”
— Milwaukee News.
Wheat— Bulk basis for No. 1 grade:
CARGET m CAKED I DDtt ■ COWS
Hard W hite— Bluestem, Early Bart,
can be overcome by feeding cow
To Dyspeptics: Others have found
Allen, Galgalus, Martin Amber, $2.05. a steady course o f Garfield T ea a
tonic to purify the blood and ap
plying Dr. David Roberts'
Soft W hite— Palouae bluestem, fo rty pleasant means of regaining health.
B A D G E R B A L M , Price. SSc.
fold, white valley, Gold Coin, W hite W hy not you?— Adv.
A soothing and healing ointment.
Excellent for aore teats and In-
W hite club— L ittle
flammed udders. Read the Prac
club, Jenkins club, white hybrids, So
tical Horn« Teerwama. Send for free
booklet on Abortion in Cows, i f
Red Walla — Red
“ This letter was deleted by the cen
no dealer in your town w rite
Russian, red hybrids, Jones fife. Cop- sor. So says the official stamp.”
Ht. ta . I N grass Ire » n u d t anx
"Then I guess it's safe to read 1L
pel, $1.98. No. 2 grade, 3c less. No.
3 grade 6c less. Other gradee hanledd
BIG, STRONG CHICKS
channels, I s’pose, and the censor ain’t
going to let us run the risk of ketch-
la the result o f using Peta-
Flour— Patents, $10.
loma Incubators and Brood
ing something or other.”— Louisville
ers. Th at's the kind you
M illfeed— N et mill prices, car lota: Courier-Journal.
W rite fo r our big
Bran, $30 per ton; shorts, $32 per
Free Catalog No. SO.
ton; middlings, $39; mixed cars and
TO B RE AK IN NEW SHOES A L W A Y S USE
peuluba INCURATOI CO.
less than carloads, 60c more; rolled
Allen's Foot-Ease, the antiseptie powder, i t
Petaluma, C alifornia
barley, $66<ir$68; rolled oats, $66.
prevents tishtnass and blisterins. Relieves Corns.
Bunions, and Swollen. Swaatins. Aching Feet.
Butter— Cubes, extras, 48c; prime G
ive« r a t and comfort. A ccept no substitute.
P F I f C l B R E A K - U P - A*
firsts, 47|c. Jobbing prices:
Prints, Sample FRE E. Address. Allen S. Olmsted. L e
K B i i l S
Mm A COCO m THC
Roy. N . Y .
M H E S a t.
The quickest w ay
butterfat. No. 1, 55c delivered.
A W elcom e Opportunity.
E ggs— Ranch, current receipts, 48c;
" I enjoyed that state paper very
candled, 50c; selects, 52c per dozen.
much," remarked Senator Sorghum.
Poultry — Hens, 26J<tt'26c; springs,
"In a patriotic spirit?”
24; broilers, 29(it.30e; geese, 16fn;18c;
"Y e s ; and In a personal spirit, too.
turkeys, live, 24@25c; dressed, choice, It's the first time I’ve had a chance
Rub Dandruff and
to say 'that's good' while listening to
a speech as often as I do in a poker
Veal— Fancy, 20c per pound.
Pork— Fancy, 20Jc per pound.
Shampoo with Cnticura Soap
Sack vegetables— Carrots. $1.60 per
' a « i r . W Soaf.’ hu » ' "trot
sack; beets, $1.50 @ 2.00; turnips,
$1.50; parsnips, $1.50(0.2.00.
wrong Idea. W e ought to try to pre
Potatoes — Oregon Burbanks, $1@ vent crime.”
PRICES P A ID BY
1.25 per hundred: Yakimas, $1.50;
"Just so,” said the old-fashioned
sweet potatoes, 6@ 6}c per pound.
US FOR RAW
Judge. "And you can prevent lots of
Onions— Oregon, buying price, $1.75 crime by putting the right people in
Jail."— Lou isville Courier-Journal.
Green Fruits — Apples, $email@example.com;
pears, $2.25; cranberries. Eastern.
"T h ey say you can tell Halloween
$17.50 per barrel.
Write for Price U n
fortunes with flour and molasses.”
February 6, 1918.
"Think you can?”
“ W ell, it seems safe to hazard this
E. R . S K IN N E R & CO.
Med. to choice ste e rs .. . ,$ firstname.lastname@example.org
much o f a guess. Anybody who has
Good to med. steers........
flour and molasses to spare must be
Com. to good steers........
7.76@ 9.25 rich.”— Louisville Courier-Journal.
Choice cows and heifers. email@example.com
Com. to good cows and hf 6.50@ 8.00
Sera Eye*. Eye* Inflamed by
For Constipation, Biliousness, L iver
Sun. Deaf and W ind quickly
4.00@ 6.00 and Kidney troubles, take Garfield
relieved by Murine. Try it In
Bulla................................. 5.00@ 7.60 Tea.— Adv.
your Eyes and in Baby’s Eyes.
C a lv e s .............................
N sW tiac.J n stE ysC sw fert
Stockers and fe e d e r s .... 6.00@ 9.50
M v to e Bye Remedy
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