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. SrniNGHKIA LANE COUNTY. ORRUON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1919.
S:CKET WILL SPEAK
, ilMCKenrtn uriiigo.
'"" ! Fxiitiiltuilloii of lh body .Unclosed
I I gind) fv".iU. nt the lUpl'Rl i hi- fuel Mini Taylor bad been ahot In
i-bureli t)lb1 Siu'tat, former light- the shoulder. Hid bullet passing down
weigh -hmi U MigllM of thn world, ws.'d and through the heart.
l'(kw cfor uru audience of In- Mai tin Clirk, who wa Taylor's
trot lUlcr,ers. It In it forceful hunt in cum pun Ion hI tho Unit) of hi
PVer nnd In graphic terms he uiv ilb appearance, wtta arrested ami
TnMit tho atory of lilt I f nnd of Mm brought to Eugene uml on Wednesday
iowrr of Jesus lo save,
V "1 'T;v
Mr. Sacket, for some tlino, haa ml
fd as welfartt mun;ii:er tor the A. II.
Kerr xlnas iniuiufai luring cos pauy,
Mr. Kerr nta aai.le inilnnOi of hla
Income (or welfare work uad Mr.
Hnckot has charge of its disposition. -
Mr. Sacket will 'k UKln at tho
union scrvhw to beheld at lb Meilne
dlat chunk SanAa? evutJng. . jml
averyon U Mxked io come nd hear
thta nolfxl "xaWr. "
'vw'Tf .'1S. ,'...4 V'i t.nt -hour 'eft f..r hln rain h. th -day. Angnxt 27,-nt 10 oVln.li n. ro.K.lie,1u!e sheet, "station development
r eltf A$ fr- X''V ;TrPef lu.'ire lielow PelUnnp bridge ; All I iti'h i;ii-ret.. 1 in the teloplione i hs of June ?,0. 1918." ' Tie scbc.lnle I
I' '"i-'J A'vV-i-''$'ilvt.V.v';vi j Tw-1v or 14 tiimi'.'ulneera combed I t've.-y v. i'l 1m- hrjr.l n; that time.! lao refem to the rats aa "proposed j Can
,.(J'Vt ; ,r't tb linc'J. In futile .-arch for Taylr. ; ':',-'r wde- r. the i .in.iiil.-a'i.it ra'linjt ; tetes sppHcahl! to all cxrhangep list-1 will
XLl. W'.h " f W4?.'?. S Y;A 'Mie'i tti- l.ei-rtii iii uleee i..iieihT the! a ! ub'lc h sin't.g follows: J i -I hereunder" , all
' ; .- -jti 'j t AJ- :f' J 'ihrelH (.f e !!. !.. Finally they i ' V. h re: ut 12 iV!oi -k inirlnlghl on j The H'.hmlule al.se, cltea the rates s b pui
t, ' . .S-? ?11 i ulle.1 ClarU on the lelei.lio-.i-, Ims ht-i Jv.'v 31, t-?.-hs i n of the fur l:lti-s ! " hi'-U were in efleet prior to M iy 1. : The
SPRINGFIELD CnEAMCITY tiOW , ,. w .rklng with thn road crew un
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT jdrr Taylor near the aummit of tho
J. Cyr. one of the owners of the
PprltiK field Creamery cotnpuny, lias
disposed of hVs Interest 'la the firm
to hla son. M" T. Cyr. wlio will co-i
duct the buiilneHs alon-', the triinfir
taking pU e Moiidity.
Mr. Cyr, his sun. M. 'Cr't'yr, and
F. Ilerbst, bought thn Sprtiigliriil
Crnnmery aliotit four years ugo, and
havo built up n liugi! imiiI prolltiibl
business. Previous to tl'::t they wero
engaged In a slinllnr buslnirss In Ev?r- i
About a year ago Mr. llc-rlist sev
ered connectlena with the linn and,
with J. Cyr purchased tho Lane- Coun
ty Creamery at Fi.Reite.
Mr. Cyr will lake a much needed
rest nnd Inter 'will move his family,
SPRINGFIELD 4 L TEAM WILL ! 1 w,'t" cll.re, from th,. hi am h
PLAY DONNA NEXT SUNDAY w',, coneealcl Ihe man who fired the
. jb't whb-h killed Taylor. Itecelvlng
Tho Springfield Four L baelmll : the mortal wound. Taylor fell uiion
learn will piny a gtfinft with Ihmnaihl.i fHoi. and when discovered, tho
next Sunday on tho Springfield illamj
(lame called at
come and boost
for the home
WILLAMETTE RIVER LOWEST
SINCE RECORDS WERE KEPT
The mean stage of the Wllnmette
river at Eugene during the month of
July, was the lowest since a record
has been kept, according to Lee Ooet
chlua, river guuge louder there. The
mean stage was 1.3 feet, compared
wINi 18 feet in 1918 nnd 3.4 feet In
1917. The stngo of the river at the
prcsMtt time la .9 of a foot. '
35,951 AMERICANS 8LAIN IN
ACTION, LATEST LIST SHOWS
A revised list of American expedi
tionary forces cusuultles, published by
the War Department July 110, showed
Jhat 3.1,9r.'9 were killed In'nctlon; 14,
7H0 dead from wounds; 23,840 died of
rilHcnso; r.1,213 died of other causes;
9.827 wounded severely; 80.483 wound
ed slightly; 34,380 wounded (degreo
undetermined), and 1,585 missing In
Tha Best Plaster
A pece of flannel dampened with
Chambttflalu's Liniment and, bound on
over the seat of pain In vften more
effectual for a lniue back than a plas
ter and dqei riot cost anvdbUig like at
much.. .' , '
HUN.TER FOUND DEAD;
Tho I orty of ( liurh d L. Taylor, the
M'KiikIp HrWir rontl supervisor, who
; mysteriously diss) t eared July 31, wan
Ifi Uh l Saturday afternoon lit mm almost
I Imhcci n llilo spot several mile front
jthe luml iiiii in deep canyon by
jliorrr i. iyn, ruido and hunter, of
wuh formally harert w;ih the murder
Clark stoutly niHinltliiH hla
..,.ni .Tllnff in Kia v l uml
Tnylor Imik ifet trail fcn Thursday In
ijnevl rf camp tnfat. They upent the'n'Knt a ineviing win aiacuaa toe mai -
nlirht on the lilgh r-chea of thn trull
then M anted the next morning for
the hunt, agreeing to report for work
at the CMii at 9 .'AO a. m. Ac-cordln
in uirreiiiieni,. lfirk reached camp, hit
ho ilccliirea, ut S:3D o'cliMtk, whlln
iiiln-in any he illd not ahow up until
!:: ii'cIim k la tho afternoon.
At time pa.Hd and Taylor ld not
upi'r, I lib nuul crew liecumo r-1 l'vw I i,r nininigni. Jiny i, nns
rleil. and at Inat a nenri-hing purtylliec-n orert d by the Oregon Public
wtiH ou' lulled. Contrary to esperta- j -ci vl- e ronuulHHlon, to br- held In til
ttniiH Ctiirk did n:t Jiln ihe near' Iiera, i "ri Wane at Portland on Wt'dnev
; Ing Hi-. i he join i he search, ns stiapl-. .-i.d .r.ieriy of tl.- Pneiflc Tcleh m MHS. when the public service on;mis- clseo
I I ill wria htroticiv lenterli.K In hla dl f.V
I in ti'Vi. Clark l'ft
;reir'h, but nij.ilii
otid j.iine.l I hi!
returned t' hl.-i
!lumti. where h waa arretted by
Sin. ri ?1 Silckcls. ami party on Satur
day (ilKbt. When the p.ifcse entered
the home where the family resides
Clark very Inron'euily remarked, so
' hny fhoae who wore preor.t "1 ex
' I1ark Is a rancher at Belknap
, Undue, rive miles
j D.1Jge, 25 or 30 miles U'low the aceiio
of tho alleged crime. He has a wlfo
and seven children." Tuylor lnnves a
iT and two children, ('lark had
C.isciide mountains near Ih-
I'llrn." In'.ght of July 31, 1919. which said act
. far as can lie learned there was; further provides that existing toll and
1)1 motive for tho allcKcd cr'me, un- exi hange telephoue rates fixed by tli-
tt was some difficulty betw een ' l c.ni master-general on or r-rlor lo June
ftM two men n short time ngo over 8. 191S. should continue In force for a
work on the road.
When the body of Xa'lr was found
ihto were foou'eps uear II whlrh
showed that the flayer had come to
the place. Tavlor's gun was aho
emptied ntld it U thiiUKh' thnt who-
' ver killed hlii) empiied It.
The parly who fired the fnt jl shot
...... "e :r;.n' iies oi a
ree about !)0 feet f irm ;he vict im.
'! with a il.-er on his back whs mnV-'of
nr. his way through the h-ush in a
northwesterly iliieetiorl. As Ihe lead-
i n l e'let spei! on its deiu'ly mission
! f r.jin tin elevation to I tie southeal, two
carensa of the deer whs still fasteuefl
to His nark. Near a rock where the
concealed hunter had stood was an
empty shell which had been, released
from the Im.ueh after the shot'hnd
There Is Mcry possibility that the
fatal shot was fired nt the 'supposed
deer nnd not at tho man, according to
Ihoie who have been at Ihe scene of
the shooting. Taylor was dressed In
khaki-trousers nnd hat and grey shirt
and was passing through dense brush
wlien j hot. It Is not improbable, It la
Minted, that the niuu who tired tho
shot came to the scene suddenly,
heard a noise, saw Ihe deer's head as
It waa carried on Taylor's shoulder,
Thu mun, whoever ho is, evldeutly
did not go to see what hud become) of
his victim, It Is said, as no footprints
were found near the body, the theory
being that on re ilUtng his mistake the
slayer left the spot fearing to report
tho shooting, to the authorities. I
At ilu. preliminary hearing hold j
Thursday Clark vvus hound over lo tho
liiand lurv without bail liv .lii.tr.. lt:
Wells In tho Justice court,
Jury meets In October.
Tho grand i
CITY COUNCIL WILL
MEET MONDAY NIGHT
The regular meeting of
council will be held In the city hull,
STATE PHONE RATE INQUIRY
ORDERED BY CO 0i
1 here hm been no thinigo In the
local altuaJnn In connection with the
unjustifiable, raise In telephone rsiea
and the loll charge now tn effect be
twron Srrlnglleld and Eugene, during
the past week.
Condemnation of the high handed
m;hoda employed by the telephone
company continue rinerally throunh
out the i lly, and a large number .f
ieicnonea nave twen orneren i
Mnyor Morrlaon, through the city; Hchertuica of the Increaaed ratea ef
attorney, liaa taken up the matter i fwted by the Pnrlflc Telephone
wnn me uiikiic arrvnn niiiniwnni,
j'd .'I10 ' " council at nett Monday
ter and make arraiiKementa to havojfrom Senatora I'hamberlaln and Me-
the Hy proporly reprewnted at tho
Inveat'gHtloa lo be held In Portland
, Auguat J7. hy the Publk- Kervh e t'otn
InvesilKutkm of the teN-phone rate ! "nt tolay requeatlng that copkea of
now In fffect Ui Oregon. wi;h a vlew'ordora or authorization of l-he ached-
of remind ii;g the M04ralletl Biirteaoil
arhedule and restoring the tariff ef
Tr'.erTiit'ii 'ompiitiy v;r eaaumoi
by the 1'nlte.l Stte goveriuuent pur-
bil:'!it lo ii Ji lnf resolution of congn-Rij
' f the cr.th otigr-s. and b produiiM
Hon. da tod July 22. 19lfc. the president aftoi he or 'Assistant City Attorney;
of tho 1'nl ed SU'es directed that the i Tomllnson. who are handling the tele
supervision, possession, control an 1 ! hone situation for the city. Both of- j
operation of the iroperl'es should beln, lo1g sai l that in their opinion the
exerclaed by mid through the post-
manter general Albert S. Burleson ami
Whereas, by act of congress signed
by the president on July 11, 1919, the
possession, control and supervision of
the facilities and property of the Pa
cific Telephone & Telegraph Company
were released from federal control and
thereupon became subject to the Juris
tictfon of this commission under the
j public, utility act on and after mid-
an l niter July ;iu, 1319, unless sooner j
tiualilled or changed by the proper!
state i eguliitoryx bodies and
, "Whereas, the Pacific Telephone
Telegraph rompnn nus filed with the
, r-tibMf service commission of Oregon
a schedule of rates designated P. S. C.
.- , covering uie jural leiepnone
exi twinge service throughout the tat- I
Oregon, which are attempted to he
; nut Into effect and
an increase in
"h ell said rates a""
; eei tain inrticulars and instance-, over
;iho rates l! ! by this commission In
ilu order No. dated Mt.v 1. lyi'.i;
"Whereas, this commission heli -vea
that sufficient grounds exist to ar
rant hearing being held as to the le
gality ami reasoiiublon,-! of the ratea
contained in said schedule o. S. C.
No. 3; ,
"Now. ihereioref it Is Jiereby or- I
dered that an investigation be Bnd !
is Instituted on the commis
sion's own motion into the legality an I
leasotiableness of all rates an.l
haiges, rules and regulations, of the
Pacific Telephone A Telegraph com
pany" for exchange telehono service
which la ' render! entirely
within the state of Oregon, and that a
hearing in this matter ho had before
Ihe public service commission of Ore
gon at its o.ffices at 252 Courthousr
Portland. . on Wednesday, August 27.
1919, at 10 o'clock a. in. at which time
Mid place all interested parlies may
appear and be heard."
The commission made it plain that
tho formal order was subject to-rhange
with. nit iir.ilro although the confer
ence probably will l,t held as sched-
UGHTING SYSTEM INSTALLED
IN PRUNEVILLE DISTRICT I
electric lighting system with
l'"w,:r furnished by the Montana 1'ow-
or company, has Just been installed In
tho PrunevlMo district, from Spring- '
field as fur us Chase 'Hardens. Wires
bawe been install, d in thn homes of j
1 IK tumlWua ntwt tlt.t i l.n (
n. iki i.w i iii iw.i ut,
them was turned on Monday night It
is expecUuTthat t?ioy will all bo lln-
Tho following clipping taken from
he Orcgonion of Wednesday would In
dicate the telephone company has no
authority whatever to 'raise ratea
'ihove those ordered by the Oregon
Public Service Commission laat May,
in which event r a iron a would be legal
ly Justified in refusing to pay the in-
i rreaio d ratca and alno the toll charge
.wiwet-n npniiKnoiu ana r.ugene:
in-nn m vtiuiuniii m me ciiy ui
i Portland on July 29 were received late
jywemay nueauayi oy Mayor Mimer
; Nary. Cop'ea of the order iaaued by
i the (;OKtmaiiter general. If any were
Ixaued, were not Included and It i
probable that aoopr men sage will be
ele be aent 1b the city officials.
The copy of achedule raUs received
yemeruay iii'ars no mnicanon or me
j 'line when it was authorized by the
I roatmaaier general, other than the
f'.llowlug uctat'on ut the top of the
! ,!"ti Increased rates following a he:ir -
-p, ir.fermi' t leu which was received
! yesterday did not sat'sfy City AUornev
Urhedule suhmifed b-v thn rostmaster
j general's office had no meaning and
cm. Id' not a in any way be construed as
a,-opy of an order or authorization by
the pest master-general.
1 iiWn officials of the Pfti 'fic Te!e
jlioue & Telegraph compnny rroduc-
mlhorltv for the lecent advance in
elephone rates withfn the state 0f
Cregon, telephone users arn Justified
In refusiog to pay the additional
hnrges, according to Attorney Tom
llnson In an interview yesterday.
"The telephone ccuipany," said Mr.
Tomllnson, "should cither produce the
atmaster general's order anthorlz
increasi-s or should frankly admit
'here is no such order. ThenHs hut
cue source from which the company i
mild have obtained lawful authority,
lor advancing rates and that is from
'h r';s,1111"i,' reneral prior to June j
1, 1!19. It would be. a very simple j
,,. In ,hrt ,r (j I
any siH'h order In existence.
It cannot be questioned that the
reople have n ripht to kuow'the an-
thority upon which th's utility at
tempts to nir-ke this increase and In
view of the perslsteut disinclination
"ii tho part of the company to tc
f.unk nn.l filr villi tlin i-nlilie If
would seem that the telephone us.irs
are amply just ilW in refusing to pay
rn,, proposer, new ra.es .,n... u.e.r
lawfulness has been established.'
Following announcement of the m-.
're'ise In telephone rates In Oregon
!ret-He 'July 29. the city council re-
quested local officials of the company
to furnish a copy of the order from
the postmaster genera authorising the
increases. W. J. Phillips, division
superintendent ot the company, replied
lo th's request by saying that the lo
cut officials did not have copies of the
order and that the request had been
f.mvarded to the telephone adminis
tration through regular channels.
Should the commission find itself
clothed with Jurisdiction to rescind the
ho- ailed Burleson schedule of rates.
the tariff In
effect prior to July 2
probably will be restored. Th's sched-j but production is at the low end. I We guarantee a small bottle of La vop
u'e was granted by Uie commission Some sto:ks of raw materials are iu I .tk to help ANY CASE weak, strained
hist .May. and authorises nu increase j the hands of jobbers and speculators j or inflamed eyes. Aluminum eye cup
imt to exceed 2." per cent of that j who are charging abnormal prices fori FREE. M. M. Pccry Drug Co.
granted by the postmaster general. : men handise, creating an un precedent-1 .
PUBLIC LIBRARY BOARD
HOLDS REGULAR MEETING
The Library board held its regular
meeting Tuesday night, all members
Mrs. Herbert Walker was elected a
member pf tho board
Soveral new books have arrived and
...... ..! I., ft. .. i .. ............t . . . . , .
now viieivu.g in ut?ui lusuuitHi io (saw
'care of thorn.
No further husiuess coming be for
the mooting adjournment wb taken.
BEATING BOARD BILL.
RESULTS IN HEAVY FINF
Leaving Springfield without notice
and leaving behind a board bill of ll
due Mrs. Uelle Spong, Dalton Saundert
went to Tortland, where he la alleged
to have atolen a motorcycle belonging
to a party In Kugene. He waa arreat
ed and brock back to Eugene, tried
and found not guilty.
However, he couldn't produce an
alibi on the board bill, and waa fined
$20, which he will earn in Jail.
WINIFRED L. MAY ARRIVES 'right aide of her body from the knee
IN U. 8. ENROUTE HOME 'to the arm, and Mra. Kizer received a
jbadlr burnel hand in extinguishing
Mr. and Mra. Lawrence May recelv-;the fire,
ed a telegram yetrday announcing A - leaky gaa meter waa tho direct
the arrival of their aon, Winifred, at'eauae of the accident. Mm. Klrer
Newport Newa, Va. "' had deleted the odor of gas and ap-
Mr. May la a graduate of Springfield ? plied a match to the meter connections
High acbool and waa later employed in J to ascertain .where the leak waa local
the Firat National Bank. He enllate l Jed, which she toon found. Thinking
at the time of the declaration of .war he had exfinguiahed the email flame
and went to France In July, 117, aa a he went about her housework,
member of battery B of the alxth field j The meter ia located on the floor,
artillery. Since the algning of the and In pausing it the clotbea.of her
armistice he haa been atatloned at a - daughter evidently branhed against it.
number of points in Germany, moat re-' for in a moment her drena was a mass,
cently at Coblenz and Baumbach. He; of flames. She screamed and -Mrs.
expects to arrive home very shortly.
$1,000 W,ILL BE PAID
FOR A 8INGLE WORD
World Trode Club Offers Prize
Best Name for "Brlt-Ama."
you create the or.e word which
best denote the United States and
par:s or nrittanlar If so, you wni
d at the rate of $1,009 a word.
World Trade Club of San Fran
has offered $1,000 to the person
;who auggests the word which, in thecific tella its own etory.
j Judgment of the club's Metric Cam -
! ! a'm Committee. !a best adapted to
The competition Is open .to all
hi'mankind. The money w!!l be paid
to the winner at noon on May 16, 1920,
by a committee appointed by President
ill IT II. ... . . V . 1 ' 1 -T-
i W. H
Hammer, of the World Trade
Brit-Am." "Ambria." "Ambrittka."
"Br-Ajn," "Sam-BuU" are some -words
thus far suggested. New names are
constantly cbmlng. The World Trade j
is offering this award because in' car .
rying on its present campaign for the.
BdoI tion of metr!c units b aU
M speaking people uie L nue-i
States, the British Isles, Canada, Aus -
tralia, New Zealand, Tusmania United j valiant record. Beside the 30,000-ton
South Afriia and so on it was haru- flagship of the PaciS c fleet the Ore
pered by the lack of a single Bhorl gon will be almost a pigmy,
word which would express all these Leading the fleet Is the New Mexico,
The metric units of weipht and
' nieasure are now uei ny an tne wo. t t
j fxcept "Brit-Am or Ambrlttica o
CHEAP DRESSES UNLIKELY
FOR SOME TIME
New York. The prices of drestes
re as firm today as they ever wera
i.. . v. - i :..,. r . .. . : .....
it. .11- i.ipit-.jf ui ..i.iur.u jr. h:oi
there" is no possibility of any drop on
atVmU!t. of exis;ing conditions in the
j A sfatemetit to this effect was made !
Momlay hy Executive Director David I
Ur M"08essohn. of the Associated;
Dress Industries or America, the na -
Clonal organization of dress niaiiufa.. -
. . . , I
j turers. Mr. Mosessohn pointed out
that while manufacturers generally
ar0 doing everything within lkir pow -
eto keep prices down to a minimum,
they are confronted with many serf -
ous problems and are shaving their
profits in order to quote prices on their
merchand'se which will attract, the
buyer and the ultimate consumer.
Mr. Mosessohn said that if the man
ufacturers of dresses were to operate
on a basis of profit equal to the fig
ure in other industries, the cost of
dresses would be much higher than
they are today and would shock 'the
average woman who wants to buy one.
"The raw material situation is grow
ing worse each week," said Mr. Moses
sohn. "and the labor situation is not
showing any signs of
Not only is there a scarcity of labo-, I
ed condition iu the industry and in
flicting hardships on manufacturers
throughout the country."
James Gayoau, of Jasper, was iu tho
city Wednesday on business.
C V Eggiman returned from Port
land Wednesday, where he had been
on a business trip pertaining to the
purchase of supplies and machinery
for the new wholesale department
which will be la shape for bualness In
the near future.
DAUGHTER OF fi.
Florence, the 12 year old
of Mr. and Mra. O. V. Kizer,
fully burned early tins morning on the
Kizer ran to ber assistance and man
ad to extinguish the flames, but not
bfore the child waa badly burned,
and her own hands painfully injured.
-Dr. Mortensen was immediately
called and dressed the injuries, an4
while no serious resul'.s are anticipat
ed, it will Le seme time -before th'
child is eble to' be up and around.
THE COMING OF THE j
FLEET TO THE PACIFIC
J The coming of the fleet to the Pa-
r The change that has grown "out of
, the defeat of Gennauy in the great
war has . allowed America's naval
: forces to be divided. Not while the
powerful German fleet existed nor
j while the German eyes were leveled
. greedily at the rich and undeveloped
-resources of South and Central Amer
' .. - . . 1 . n . .
ica- could, we establish, a permanent
(Pacific fleet . -
f Not since President Itoosevelt sent
the-Atlantic fleet to girdle the globe
have the people' of Oregon? California
and Washington seen in their harbors
a more powerful and modern fightirgr
than Uie old hero ship Oregon.
. long out or date and holding her plac
!on the navy list only because of her
in some resnects sumassiner anv flirhr.
- 1 " -
ing fchip ever built, for she la elec-
, trically driven, the only battleship
:ln active commission thus equipped.
(The only vessel of considerable size
previously laumhej carrying this
wholly American innovation is the col
lier Jupiter, buiit at the Mare Island
The armada consists of six super
dreadnaughts and 30 destroyers and
tenders, which are leading the way for
the 200 naval craft assigned to Pacific
H. T. Phea, the gonial local mana
ger for the Mountain S ates Power
1 company, accompanied by Mrs. Shea.
, left Wednesday for Mi i'r,..ti Sni-m.
1 whore they will spend a two weeks
jvacatioh. L. E. Cornell, of the Bu
! gene office, will have chaw ot the of-
fice during Mr. Shea's absence.
Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Pollard left
j Thursday evening for Portland, where
they will spend two
or three daya
HELPS WEAK EYES
Sp.-ingfUld people are astonished at
the quick results produced by simple
witchhazel, camphor, hydrastls, etc.,
as m'xed in Ivoptik eye wash. In
one case of weak and near-sighted
eyes a few days' use brought great
improvement. In another mun it
stopped eye puins and inflammation.
TO THE DAIRYMEN OF
Have you nil the cows you
should keep or have you feed
going to waste? In any evout
If you need a few more cowa
and conditions Justify the ex
pense, we will be glad to aid
8PRINGFIELD FIRST .
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