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BRND ItlUIJiKTIN, nRND, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1920
What's Doing In The Country
WATCH PARTY HELD
BY PLAINVIEW FOLK
PLAINV1EW, Jan. 8. Tho peoplo
of Plalnvlow participated In n live
ly watch night party at tho A, K.
Hoss home, New Ycara Evo. Cards
and games were enjoyed and Just at
tho stroke ot twelve happy Now
Year greetings were exchanged by
tho guests. Refreshments were ser
ved by tho hostess. Friends present
from beyond rlalnview were: air.
woro business visitors nt tho Snyder
Mrs. John llollman entertained
Mr. and Mrs. Prank McManmon Sat
urday. A party was glvon at tho Wells
homo at tho Pino Tree mill Now
Years Eve. Among thoso present
were: Mr. and Mrs. Rngley and chil
dren. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Burgess and
children. Mr. and Mrs. Wolls. Earl
Wells. Mrs. Bennett, nnd Mr. and
Mrs. Frank McManmon. An oyster
supper and other refreshments were
served and everyono retired after
and Mrs. K. A. Stafford and Miss' wnicning mo oiu year out nnu tno
Ttartfl Reardon of Kunsas C ty: Mrs. "ow J0" "
Jako llok and T. J. QuIrIo.v went
to Ilodmnml Friday on business,
A J. Fuller made a business trip
to llond on Friday.
(jus Stndlg and Frank Chapman
woro busy Thursday clearing loo out
ot tho canal so as to got domestic
Mrs. Emma Fuller mother of A, J,
Fuller returned to Corvallla after
spending tho holidays renewing old
acquaintances nt Lower Bridge.
Mlnta Howard and Fred Wilson, of
Tumalo; and Mrs. Andres and guests
Thoso attending the O. A. C. dance
At Tumalo, Tuesday evening wore:
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Hartley, Messrs
Jtsy Armstrong and Hoy Hcartt and
Misses Rao and Connlo Knicker
bocker and Dcrta Reardon.
P. A. Scoggln recently purchased
a new Ford sedan.
A number ot people In Plalnvlcw
who havo been suffering from severe
colds aro reported better.
Mrs. Howard Hartley was a busi
ness called In Tumalo, Tuesday.
Mr. Van Tassel of Madras was a
New Year's guest at the home of P.
A. E. Hoss and R. A. Stafford made
a business trip to Bend Saturday
Mr. Graham ot Sisters, has been
taking tho government census In
Plainvlew tho past week.
J. M. McKlnney has traded to
Welvln Couch for his Ford car.
Mr. Fred "Wilson and Mrs. Howard
of Tumalo wero guests at New Years
dinner at the Hoss home.
F. A. Powers, Ray Armstrong and
H. A. Scoggln attended the annual
meeting of the Shorthorn breeders
association held at the Pilot Butte
Inn last Saturday.
School was in session every day
last week as there had been a three
Treoks vacation previously.
II. T. Hartley attended, the prize
light at Bend Tuesday evening.
J. B. Elkins has been quite seri
ously ill for the past two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Van Tassel, Mrs
M. J. van Tassel nnd party wero
callers In sisters Now Years day.
Mr. and Mrs. John McKlnney and
daughter Clauda were Sisters callers
Jim Pulliam and J. M. McKlnney
have been hauling potatoes to market
tho past week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Chalfan enjoy
ed a trip to Portland for the holidays
Mrs. Chalfan will remain for a visit
in Portland. C. P. Chalfan returned
The O. D. O. club will give a
fefcower for Mrs. Paul Scoggln at her
ftomo next Thursday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Scoggln en
joyed the evening with tho Knicker
bockers at their homo last Friday.
A. C. McCallister. Mrs. J. B. Elkins
and Mrs. and Mrs. Paul Scoggln were
Bend callers Saturday.
H. T. Hartley shipped a carload
of cattle to Hood River the first of
Mr. C. W. Howell who has been on
the sick list for tho past week Is now
Tom Mickels was In Bend Satur
day. Mr. and Mrs. George Albright nnd
sons George aud Bobby were In Bend
Mr. Axel of Bend was n business
caller at the Bayley ranch Monday
Mr. Bollman and Walter Andrews
are working nt tho Pluo Trco mill.
C. P. Becker and R. II. Baylor
and Robert A. Smith wero business
callers at tho Snyder homo Sunday.
Thoso who wero In Tumalo on bus
iness Saturday, were: George At
bright, Mrs. A. H. Reed, Charlie
Montgomery. Mr. and Mrs. Cosncr
and Lester Snyder.
C. M. Phelps and John Bollman
wero In Tumalo Sunday.
T. E. Wlmcr and Mrs. C. A. Peter
son were In Bend Friday.
Mrs. C. M. Phelps and daughter,
Roxelin, spent Sunday ovenlnir with
Mrs. John Bollman.
Mrs. Bennett nnd children, Mary
Woodson, and Roberta, of Bend, are
guests, of Mrs. llurgess.
Roy Mickels was In Tumalo Satur
Mil. MOAN, Jan. S. Our post
mistress Is nt a loss what to do, with
a ChrlstmaB parcel, without wrapper
or address being anxious for thu
right party to rocolvo It.
Tom E. Going Jr., wan out day
after Christmas visiting nt tho Cooko
and Holland homes.
Fred Terrlol was homo to see his
family one day this week,
Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Smith nnd soli,
J. Mitchell Smith and L. O. Morgan
mndo a trip to Bend Saturday,
Mrs, Mary Rosin has returned to
her ranch Instond of going to Califor
nia as sho anticipated.
Joo Holland made a trip to Bond
Mr. and Mrs. F. Tnuscher and
tholr daughter, Mary C. Kollor expect
to leave this neighborhood soon.
J. J. Holland and daughter Mary
M. mado n business call nt the U. It.
Keller homo Weducsduy.
C. II. Grnffenbergcr found two of
his lost calves in Hemstead.
Walter Kollcr called at tho Hal
laud homo Wednosday morning.
F. Tauscher and son Albert, motor
ed to Bond Saturday returning tho
Francis E. I.co nnd Win. H. Ream
we.ro liend visitors tho nast week.
Ada B. Milllcan roinombered soma
of her former uolghbors and friends
wiin appropriate Now Years' curds
Miss t'nrker has returned from her
gaged In tho garago
Work Is being pushed on tho
school gymnasium In oidor to havo
It for tho banket hall season,
Mr. Muckoy very generously gnvo
tho school tho uho of Ills nation and
tho work ot weighing and measuring
tho pupils In thu school hnn been
completed and record curds placed
In each room.
Mtil.uuRhllit and IlluitlnH who aro
Frnnk Johnson (ins purchased n tnldulKhti unii thou u lovuly luncheon
wood saw nnd In busily eiignned cut-, wan nerved,
ting wood in town. Tho Kxooutlyn coiiiiiiltloo of ho
0. II. Clow Is vury much Impioved, Fnrin Bureau held their monthly
in health, Iln Is contemplating n1 mooting In the County Anuiil'it oillco
trip to Portlnud to vlull his mm Carl .Monday night.
F. W. We.her. 13. II, Tomes. Jnmos
I., Dosok, Hose Hunnell and IJIIIo
Drown were dinner guests nt tho Ln
Pino hotel Now Years' day, ,t .
George Roso entered school in tho
In tho employ of tho Realty Com-, Hrt year of tho high Bchool which
puny, that has been making largo
sales of potntn laud In this section
arrived on tho grounds Monday with
a caterpillar englnu for pulling treoit.
It. S. Williams and family with
Mrs. Williams, mother, Mrs. Kckler,
arrived from lent do last week nnd
havo taken rooms In tho Kent build
ing. S. J. Ofidcn and family of Prlne
vllle moved Into the Thelvolt build
ing this week for n temporary homo.
FARM NEWS NOTES
FROM GRANGE HALL
Georgo Sandal took a load of hogs vacation nnd will ro.su ma school dut
to Bend Wednesday.
Lester Snyder is sorting potatoes
for Frank McManmon.
Davo Mickels was a business caller
at tho Snyder homo Thursday.
Ho KmIi Like n New Man.
Rheumatic pains, backache, pains
in sides, soro muscles, stiff Joints
or an "always tired" fecllnir am mm.
ally symptoms of disordered kidneys.
TV. W. Wells. Toquln. Mich., writes:
I am on my feet most of the time
and get tired. But after taking Foley
Kidney Pills I feel like a new man.
Prompt in action.
DANCE IS ENJOYED
AT LOWER BRIDGE
R. R. Keller called at tho "Heaver
ranch" Frldti, evening.
BAGS MANY RABBITS
LOWER BRIDGE. Jan. 8.-Mr,
and Mrs. Jno. Scott entertained I Friday.
with a dancing party on New Years media to grade teacher In tho Culver
TERREBONNE, Jan. 8. The rab
bit drive Sunday was woll attended.
A good dinner was served by Mrs.
Snapp. It was thought that consid
erably over 1,000 rabbits wero killed
A community get together meeting
was held at the Farmers' Union hall
last Tuesday night. After some mat
ters of paramount Interest to tho
community wero discussed a social
hou was enjoyed.
Tho Misses Nina Elliott and Angla
uommei wero visitors at school last
Miss Elliott Is the Inter-
GRANGE HALL. Jan. 8. Alec
Walters returned from Portland
where he spont tho holidays.
Mrs. 11. Helgcson entertained nt
dinner ChrlstmaB, Mr. Jullua Pcdor-
sen, nud family, and Mr, Fred Hott
man and family.
L. C. Young nnd family wero enter
tained nt P. J. Young's homo Christ
Mr. aud Mrs. E. E. Hutler enjoyed
their Christmas dinner with Mrs,
Butler's sister. Mrs. O. Dahle.
Mrs. H. Holgeson had New Year's
day us Invited guests: Mr, O, Iinhlo
nnd family and Mr. Geo. Erlckseu
Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds left for
Portland Mondny to visit n cousin.
Now Year's Evo. Mr. Fred Rey
nolds. Mr. Geo. Erlcksen and daugh
ter Esthor, nud Mr. Fred Hottman
nud family spent n social hour nt
tho Win. Reynold's home.
Mr. Mono took his departure Fri
day evo after several weeks visit
with his sisters, Mrs. O. Dahle and
Mrs. E. E. Butler.
Mrs. Fred Reynolds and dnughtcr.
Elizabeth aro visiting Mrs. , Rey
nold's parents nt La Grande, Oregon.
Mr. Boyer, who Is fanning part of
tho L. C. Young ranch, left for
Pennsylvania, Mondny to visit his
father who has reached his
makes tho total enrollment 44.
F. M, ChrlHinnu of Kllvor Lnko was
"l La Pino Friday looking after his
Tout Cronlu Sliver Lakix shenpninii,
was it Ln I'lnti Saturday to get his
cur which has boon overhauled by
The following guests registered nt
the l.u I'lnn hotel during the pant
week: C. B. Street and wife and
Fred Glluiau or tho Phoenix ranch;
J. A. Rchnrt of Paisley, It, A. Htnf
ford of Kansas City, Mo.: A. E. Hosi
of Sisters: Mr. and Mrs. Scott Heeler
of Fort Rock; V. II. Grnth, Tom
Cronln, F. M. Chrismnn, and Win,
Ilortou nil of Sliver Lake; W, II. Mur
rlmnii of Bond: R. F Jones and
Gunldn Cox of Tellco Oregon: Verua
Rhodes, I. L. Wnleflotd, nnd Mr, Cor
kins all of Lnkovlew; Art Rehart nnd
wife nud Mrs. Ed Nelson of Rummer
Lake: P. B, Lyons, W. II. Dolbruoggo
and F. Wntklns nil of llond
Tho new method which Is being
unod in tho Ln Pino school Is a co
operative method undor which pupils
tnko an actlvo and Important part
In tho recitation nnd In tho various
exorcises and functions of tho school.
LEARNS OF. DEATH
OF FATHER IN EAST
HELD AT REDMOND
REDMOND, Jan. 8 A number of
tho citizens or Redmond who like
to sing have started tho. movomont
to hold a community ulug every Sun
day afternoon between tho hours of
3:30 and 4 '30, Tho first of thoso
"sings" was held Sunduy afternoon
nnd quite n number of people wero
In nttendnnco Each person present
tins pledgod to bring one morn nt the
next meeting, and It Is hoped that
soon th entlro town will turn out
for these meetings,
Vou Can't Fool the Mothers.
No one remedy would stand as a
lead for so many years as has Foley's
Honey and Tar If It could not bo de
ponded upon to relieve coughs, colds,
and croup. It heals and soothes,
eases hoarseness, stops that cough
ing that strains the whole body and
breaks colds and conghs. Children
like it. Contains no opiates.
NEWS ITEMS FROM
PINE HURST. Jan. 8. Mr and
Mrs. F, L. McManmon were Sunday
guests at tho Snyder home.
Mr. and Mrs. Munnlng of Bend
night in their new home
Mr. Rason of Cllno Falls district
is using his tractor to pull the alfalfa
cutter on the Hosklns place this
The following is community news
for tho week:
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Town enter
tained at dinner on New Years, thaa
roiiowing: Mr. nnd Mrs. A. S. Hol
mes and family. Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Fuller and family and Mr. and Mrs.
C. F. Hosklns und family.
Mr. Horace Brookings truck has
been hauling potatoes to Redmond
and hauling lumber on tho return
Mr. Rasmus Peterson nnd Mr.
Baughman of Deschutes wero visitors
at the Hosklns home on Wednesday.
Darwin Walters had tho misfor
tune to cut his hand very badly in a
press at Redmond, where ho has been
employed for the last mouth as mas
Ged Reels cf northwest Redmond
district was a business visitor at the
Lower Bridge on Friday.
Tho Misses Naomi and Marion
Hosklns returned to Washington Un
Iverslty on Friday morning after be
ing homo for the holidays. i
LA PINh. Jan. 8. -A Pocahontas Each member brought a present and
lodge wns organised nt La Pine f rl-1 placed It on tho tree, and nfter all
day evening by J. O. Hoffman, org- wcr0 assomblod tho presenls wero
nnlzer for this district with tho fol- distributed. A delicious luncheon,
lowing membership: Amy B. Cav- f which each member contributed
nnaugh. Lllllo Bogue. Mrs. h. L.fsomo artlclo beginning with tho namo
Clark. A. Laurel Fordham. Mrs. J. J (letter tin her namo, was served, and
Eng, Lllllo Brown, Iloso Hunnell. I nil voted it n vory onjoyublo after
Mrs. Harry 8ly. Dora Sly, Bessie, noon.
W O. Rclgol for superintendent, 'co' 'M- ' ' Beesley, Thorn hoss. Mrn. J. A. Wlllcox. assisted by Mrs.
, uaviuKan nssivtani superln-,ull,u 1cl,,1 .irjr uhuii, . mo. ...
ent and Vernon Hall secretary E. Beesley, .Mrs. J. P. nogue. Mrs.
Bt.-iiuoi una .miss uommei is an em
ployee In tho Newbcrg Connery to
which placo sho returned on Mondny.
Do Wltto Williams look his sister
who Bpont tho holidays hero, for a
visit to Opal Bprlngs on Now Years
Day. Miss Williams left for Sheri
Tho Union Sunday school has re
organized tor mo coming year's work
tendent and Vernon Hall secretary
ai a meeting or tho Red Cross
Auxiliary last week, .Mrs. W. A.
Pickett was elected president for tho
A number of Terrebonne peoplo at
tended tho New Years dance nt Red
mond. Wester and Ralston shipped a
carload of cuttle this week.
Mrs, Earl Ralston of Grand View
vlslte-d with relatives hero last week.
Tho two Dietrich families took
r?1.e.nra d,nner with Mrs. Die
trich s daughter, Mrs. Joo Howard
and family ot Lower Bridge
Mr. Ray Kingsbury, nformer
Torrebonno man and also an ex-scr-vice
man was visiting friends hero
last week. Mr. Kingsbury Is now cn-
Tho dnnco given by tho Knights of
Pvthlus nil Now Y-ir Kvn vna nt.
94th tended by a good sized crowd from
I nil HArflntitt nf Hit "nitnfv nn,l nt, --
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rruu -leunian nnu inmiiy spent ;ColIont time wns enjoyed by nil till
tho evening of tho 2.th nt tho homo tho woo smn' hours In thu mornlnc.
At midnight tho hall was darkened
tor a fow minutes then turned on
again nnd a sign bidding nil a Happy
New Year was unveiled. A delicious
supper was served by tho wives of
of Geo. Erlckseu
cda Nelson of Ln Grande, Ore
gon, Is visiting her grnndmothor
near Grango Hall, Mrs. Win. Rey
Mrs. Chas. Williamson was a callor several Knights.
at the P. J. Young home ono evening
Eva Mooro of Be.nd visited with
Anna Smith, Sunday afternoon.
FORMED AT LA PINE
mth. j. ii. uavis and small son
left Tuesday morning for the eastern
part of tho stato whero they will visit
relatives for somo time.
Students of tho various colleges
and universities who wero homo dur
ing tho Christmas vacation havo all
returned to their studies.
Mrs. J. It, Roberts cntortnlned tho
Juniper Circle at their annual Christ
mas tre.o last Wcdnesdny aftornoon.
Silos and Sunflowers
A RE essential for the economical feeding of live stock.
f"1 SILOS have proven their worth wherever used. Ask
the man who owns one.
SlinfrkltlrQ for s'xiaRe promise to be a cheap, nutritious feed
rufffUUe and a heavy yielder. They produced 15 to 25
tons per acre in Deschutes county last year.
is the time to plan the SILO-SUNFLOWER combination
for next yeur. LET US HELP YOU, We can give you
literature and information on silo building and sunflower
We have a small supply of sunflower seed -for distribution on which
the Agricultural College gives a germination test of 98 per cent.
COME IN AND SEE US ABOUT IT
f HE BANK OF SUPERIOR SERVICE
The First National Bank of Bend
II, Colo. Mrs. Krnnk Johnson, W. E.
Bccsely, L. II. Blco. W. O. Kordham.
Harry L. Sly. Wm. V Johnson. K. W.
Weber. Oeorgo Mnyileld, J. P. Uoguo,
Dean Holllnshoad. William Fobs, P,
'B. Tomes, Eugene Jonsen, P. L.
Clark, Chester Holllnshoad, Prank
Johnson. Tho following otDcors
wero elected: Amy P. Cavanaugh,
Pocahontas: Lllllo Rogue. Wlnonn;
Chester Holllnshcad, Powhatan: Mrs.
E. L. Clark. Prophetess; A, Laurel
Fordham, Chlof of Records; Mrs. J.
J. Eng, Kcoper of Wampum.
J. O. Hoffman wont to llond Tues
day. Mrs. Manning, Dora Sly, Mrs,
Hnrry Sly nnd Harry Cavanaugh
went to Bend Saturday.
Mrs. D. E. Hill went to Portland
Mrs. Wm. Poss and daughter
Sylvia left for Portland Sunday to
visit with rolatlves for two months,
Georgo Mayflold roturnod from
Eugene Jenson returned from Sli
ver Lnko Tuesday whero ho has boon
baling hay for A. R. Donahue for tho
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Street loft for
Portland Thursday whoro Mr. Srteot
will seok tho services of n specialist.
A large, crowd attended tho Now
Years' danco given by tho Redmon
nt tho commercial club hall Wednes
day nvcnlng. Tho ladles hnd chargo
of tho danco after 12 o'clock,
Examinations will bo given this
week In nil tho branches It hotug tho
and of tho fourth month, nil thoao
nbovo tho fourth grade writing In
ove.ry branch they uro pursuing ac
cording to tho course of study. Tho
nverngo attondnnco -for tho fourth
month was 90 per cont duo to tho
snow storm nnd Inclomont woathor.
Only 11 pupils wero on tho roll of
honor. Tho Ln Pino high ochool
basket ball team will pluy tho Silver
Lnko team tho 17th pf January and a
roturn gamo will ho played at Silver
Lako about tho Slut of January.
Mrs, Munnlng has severed hor part
nership In tho La Pino liotol and Is
contemplating going Into tho hotel
business at Silver Lnko.
W. a. Fordham Is busily engaged
taking tho 14th Pcdornl census. All
thoso who llvo somo distance from
La Pino will savo tho govommont
some expense by giving their dnta
at tho post office as soon as possible,
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Onoy return
ed from Grandvlaw Wednosday,
whero Mrs. Onoy nnd children havo
been visiting rolatlves for tho past
The sophomore physiology class
havo completed all thv work and nro
now pursuing botany for the rest of
tho school term,
C. R. McLnlliii and Mrs. . II, Irvln,
entertained a number of tho voune
peoplo at hor homo last Friday eve
ning. Ono of tho features of tho eve
ning was that since it Is now leap
year lack at th vmm- lnlf.. .
given tho privilege of Inviting somo",N "d other relatives for tho net
young man. Tho girls availed thorn- lwu moniiis.
solves of this opportunity and thero
woro somo fifteen couples prosonl. Hullotln "WANT AD3" Bring Re
Card games wero played until nboutl suits Try Thoni,
POWELL IIUTTE, Jim. 8.- Mrs.
Jnmos Lenunii, received u tnle
grnm from her brother Frit nit MeUnf
frey, who recently wont to Now York
to spend tho winter with his patents,
that tlic.lr father had dlud, No par
ticulars woro given,
Mrs. Frank Klssler gnvo a Now
Year dinner. Her guests wero, her
brother nnd slstorlnlnw from Red
mond, Carl Stevens mid Mrs. Km I
St vens nud child. Miss Etta Case
and Mrs. and Mrs. E. R. Agoo nud
Orn Foster nud family spent New
Years day with Mrs. Fosotors pnr
onts, Mr. nud Mrs. Osboru of Red
mond. Tho entertainment nud watch
night mooting hold under the loader
shin of Powell Ilutto Sunday school
was n vory successful Affair ns u so
cial gathering. The attendance wns
In rite nnd n jolly tlmo wns hnd after
tho program which was vory well put
on. A general social time wns In
dulged In and thu young people led
by Mrs. Hartley played games, Sand
wiches, coffee nnd enko was served
and as tho hour of midnight struck
good wishes for tho New S'tvir wero
Olive Do Ariuond and Kdwln
Campbell havo both loturuod from
tholr holiday vacation and entered
school again, Edwin is slopping with r
Mr and Mrs, E. II, Stewart nud Olive
Is nt tho Hans Jacobsou homo,
Mr. nnd Mrs, Geo. Truosdiile nnd
daughters Catherine and Dorothy
Wero gtinsts of Mr nud Mrs. Re!
Powell In Prluevlllo New Years day.
Georgo Hobbs arrived ul homo
Sunduy from Southern Oregon,
Roy Skenu has returned to Salem
whero he will resume his studios In
Willamette University .
Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Ilusselt, Mis.
Mary V, Charlton and Grandma
Spray wenr Prluevlllo visitors Mou-,
A. W. Ilnyno spent several days
of Inst week visiting in Portland.
This was thu first vacation Mr. Ilnyno
has had for a long time.
Rev. nnd Mrs. Hartley of Prlne
vlllo. both pf whom uro preachers
will hold n series of meeting In Com
munity Hall next week commencing
Arthur Mlliinr sold turkeys to tho
Bond mnrkel lust week.
Mrs. Arba Wllcoxon formerly or j
Powell Ilutto, was married In Port
land recently to Lloyd Cummlngs.
They will reside In Portland.
MIm Crystal Sturdovnnt camo
down from Hona Rldgo whoro sho Is
teaching, to visit at thu E, A. Bus
sell homo over Now Years day.
Frnnk Foster has returned from
nttendanco on tho State Land hoaid
meeting as a representative of
Powoll Ilutto association.
Mr. nnd Mrs. B. II. Stewart enter
tained with a dinner Now Years Day.
Tho guest were: Sir and Mrs, E. K.
Hall and son of Prlnovllle. Mr. ami
Mrs. E. L. Ivorson and Mr. and Mis
Roy Roberts and daughter Inn.
Charles Elkins nnd Wm. Wuri
wollor of Prlnovlllo wero visitors In
Powell Ilutto Inst Sunday.
C. M. Chnrllon Is taking up tho- fr
work ns census enumerator In McKay.
Mill Crock and Howard precincts,
Mr and Mrs. 8. D. Mustard left
hifct Friday for Virginia whoro they
wm visit wiin Mrs. .Mustard's par-
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Bororo placing orderH write to 419 North 14th, Cor
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, We have stocks of
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Both NUT SIZE and MEAL
for immediate and future de
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