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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20. 1918.
lull of STmwr
"From Over There"
General Penhmg't Official Report
Killed in action
viei or wounds ........,... 58
Jiea of accident and -otter causes. 14
Viea of disease '.. z. 116
Wounded, degree undetermined 825
Wounded severely ... .. 43
Wounded slightly '. 1134
Missing in action 76
Today's casualty list' contains the
nameg of the- following Oregon men
Frank S Ulrica, Pendleton, MUed in
Arthur R Morgan, Ashland, killed in
Robert O Loop, Amity, killed in ac
tion George E Schulthels, Hillsboro, died
Josiah L Brill, La Grande died of
. Jens J Solhaum, Portland, died of
John H Culbertson, Clatskanle, died
Kenneth M Welshons, Cndori, died
of disease . .
Jack Dalbroi, St Helens, wounded
. Wilbur Culn, Merlin, wounded, de
'. George Joseph Hoddar, Portland,
wounded, degree undetermined
, John C Burgard, Portland, wounded
Fowler C Hathaway, Portland, wound
ed severely " .' . . ;
George F Keilson, Portland, wound
. Clinton E Bogges, Portland, wound
.,. Jno E Erickson, Fafrview, wounded
Alonzo Daly, Mill City, wounded se
verely - Clare H Starrett, Portland, wounded
Enroll V Byrnes, Portland, wounded
Bernard Fint.a, Slletz, wounded, de
....George W Webber, Portland, wound
ed, degree undetermined '
a-Erik W Lindgreen, Millville, wound
ed, degree undetermined
.-..Frederick S Armstrong, Aurora,
wounded, degree undetermined
: George Matin, Portland, wounded
Boy L Martin, Goble, wounded slight
Harry F Madison, Portland, wounded
... Chorles A Hoss, Portland, wounded
Otto W Anderson, Portland, wound
George Watkins, Mar.-dtfield, missing'
Killed in Action
' I't Robert S Brown, Murfresboro,
Lti Benny N Russell, Washington Ja
figt James V Tracy, Baltimore 'r
6gt Wellmon Whaley, White Castle
' Corp Emery" C Reynolds, Vancouver
' V-' - -, . - - -, . ... : ' '- ,,-.' ' -- 3!
Have you made the acquaintance I
of the new Christmas Puddings ? 1
seems a pronounced trait of human nature
to resent that which is new, even though it
possesses a thousand advantages; over the
old. Almost everyone knows some man
or woman who vowed they would never
ride in an automobile. Few, however,
have stayed by their vow. The case of
the Christmas pudding presents many
Up until a few years ago, everyone made their
own Christmas Puddings and such a long, hard,
trying job it was. Sometimes one had good luck,
arid sometimes one didn't. The impossibility for
exactness with homo equipment made the Christ
mat Pudding always more or less of a gamble.
Nobody realized this more thoroughly than Mrs.
Porter. She had attained rare skill in the making
of Christmas Puddings- they were showered with
the praise of knowing ones. So, she came to be
lieve that if she could eliminate the uncertainty
of the goodness of a pudding and then place
that pudding, made of finest ingredients and with
on the market,
there would be a
large demand for -It.
She finally .
as able tqdo
00s very tlMg.
II was hard, very
hard for the gen- .
era! public to be
lieve that her ae
cowplshment. ras genuine. A
Buglet Philip Masudo, New York
George Edwards, Taylor Pa
Charle, U Pulmer, Rock Island 111
Died of Wounds .
Mj Edward W Thompson, S Haven
mien - . . . :
Charles A Duffy, New York
Charles Summer, Roselle Park N J .
Wylie iB Murray, 8anab Tex '
Noble G Boss, Beloit Wis .
Charles R Rowan, Altoona Pa
Arba L Kite, Stuttgart Ark
Alexander L Ruddock, Chester Pa
James C Soutcr, Buffalo N Y ;
Pred Eckorficld, Cleveland O
Milton M Rittenhouse, Baltimore
Lewis P Vann, Wilmington N C
Mech Clarenco W Priobo,. Chicago
Musician Oaylord A Brad-ey,- Maus
ton Wis ' ...
Harry T Anderson, Grand Meadow
William B Blei, Roxbbrough Pa '
William A Berdsen, Merrill . Wi
Albert J Cayer, Baltimore
Thomas--H. Cole, Moscow Miss ,
William S Conniff. St Louis Mo
Georgo M Crawford, Kockyford Ga
August J Fashion, Houston Tex
John T Terrell, Tulsa Okla "
Frank J (Foley, Brooklyn
Ira 1L1 Gibbs, Rector Ark
William L Gillespie, Ft Wayne Ind
Henry A Johnston, Applcgate Mich
Thomas Killeen, New York
Bims Kwan, Salt Lake
Henry H Lyman, Vnl Utah
Joseph Lombardo, Buffalo N Y
ieon L Maslowski, Thorpe Kas
' Roy H'Mull Springfield 111
Daniel J Narvies, Berkeley Oal
Francis S lOstrowski, (Buffalo N Y
John Piillion Jr, Scmnton Pa
Ernest Rumble, Napa Cal
"Bryant D Silvey, Bowling Groen Mo
William B Sciirhmayd, Campton N 11
, ' Joseph Spiro, Philadelphia
Tsadore J Stnnveahkin, St Paul Minn
James Underwood, Mnrion Ala '
Fred C Utroske, Hanna Ind
Walter S Whitehurst, iButler Ind
Volmcr L Wilkinson, Lafayotte Ala
William f Wittrock, Kendrick Colo
Raleigh I Cawcin, New York
Antore A Fine el, Dubuquo- la :
John 'F Goodwin, New York
Lafayette A R Lichetti Jr, Phila
Charley J Mass, Oneida N Y
John Pine, N (Bcrgon N J
, Leslie, IN Stairs, Stillwater Me
William M Taggart, Kearay .N J
Died., of Accident and Other Causes
Privates ' '
8am I Bergsoth; Blue Earth Minn
Thomas Costollo, E Hartford Conn
William Donaldson; Brownlee S C
HirSch Fatenberg; New1 York "v
Wilbur A jlnrrison Buffalo Tex -
rJameS 'IJ Hunt, Omaha HoreS
rjAufhonyrlmm, yonkora N Y;
. John MMcGowftn, lfW Y'erk jJr..;,
Frank D Meyers, Genleva N Y ' "
'fOtto- S iNelson, Montevido' Minu
Werner Seip, St Louis Mo - i1 ,, i
(gTla Every new
liira idea, new m'od-
uct, new inven-
tizgj,? tion is greeted
1 ' with consider-
j able skepticism
n J when first offered
to the public. It
' Hit M f-frf
I I ff --"WC fji:
Thomas M Shaw, Media Fa
Cf ford- D Shutt, Cilfty- Ky
Orson W Willeox, Welibon Pa
Died of Disease
Capt Howard O Cook, Washington
Frank L Crofoot, Charles City la .
Jerry B Fenton, Spri.igfield Mo
Henry J Keniry, Washington
MyTon T Land, Chicago
David T Land, Shreveport La
Otto L Mowry, Graham Mo , .
Richard T'Munzer, Chicago
Simon P Nanninga; Emporia, Kas -Huck
J Wynne, Wills Point Tex y
- , Sergeants
Frank SBaitey, Woodland La
Edward E Blythin, Gordon Wis
Arthur N" David, Akrotf 0 :'
John W Hogan, Salt Lake
, Clinton V Miller, Colorado Spgs Col
David !L Page; Duluth Minn
; Benjamin H- Pitts, Cofr La ,
, Claro C Welsh, Reinsvilla O
r Oorporals J;
' John Brofwn, Bronx NY
Ames B Halttm,.' Henderson- Tenn '
Lynn F Kemlacll, Toledo O
Samuel Mpari, Rochester- N Y
Clifton" 0 fhachor; Dan mouth Mass
Kenneth M Welshons, Condon Ore
James M West, Morristown Tenn
Musician Wilbur J Bracv, Blufftoa
Bugler Harrr McClain, Philadelphia
Mech Frederick. A Taylor, Oak PRrk Hi
Wagoner Howard-Stmmons, New Y
Leo Derr, Clayton Ind
Garfield H Mentzer, Toledo O
Claud J Shoub, Toledo O
Rglph Anderson Chioopee Falls Mas
Ernest G Baxley, Roiboro N C
Herman W Brown, Pottsvillo Pa'
Floyd C Browning, Emporia Kas
Gafipara P Cab'utto, Stockton' Cal '
Robert L-Cass,, Marshfield Mo-
Charles Clark, Worden N C
Maurice J Costigan, Elkhcrn Wis
Wiiliara H Crawshaw, Newark N J
Vladinial F'Faktor, Flntonia Tex t
Ernest M Faris, Hudson Wis
Edward C Goettc, Sohulenburg Tex
Peter J Gore, . Wampoe S C -Hoyt
H Grant; Sumter 8 0 "
Georgo C Green, Louisville Ky
Willio Greenlee, Lake City 80 ;
Thoms (F Griffiths, Kansas City Mo
Ales Custis, Chicago
Vanner' A Gustus, Callaway Neb
Julian M Harrall, Bennetfsville S C
Whitney Herbert, Thibordbaux" La ,
Fred Hermann Jr; Dedhanrlai
iShellie Hunter, Martha Tenn
Charles L- Jnlmck, Cottonwood S i)
James H Joseph;, Hopkintoa In
Eugene F Kemmritz, Hartford Conn
Fred E Kflrdatzke, Rockri Bitlge O
Eugcno V Koe' H, Cumberland Md
Alvin W Korikler,. Lewiu Wig
Brant Lewis, Creston N C '
Ray Lindslay, Higgesport 0
Stantey Loch, Nanticoke: Pa- r
tee M Ludwig, Buffalo- N Y
Thomas B McAlpine, York Ala
William A Marshall, Ionia Mich
Ray B- Mullins, BonwUeeler Tex
John M Nekolito, Columbus Neb
Henry B Noubcrger, Jefforsonvillo
NY.-..; ... :"
Arthur J Oconnell, Lenox Mass . 1
Frank) S Oille, Veoderburg Ind
Thomns J Omarra, Romulus NY j
James A Oneil, Rochester N Y i
Thomas S Piierson, Elizabeth- N J -f j
M G- Ponder, Forsythe Ga
William J Rbel, Lebanon Pa
Jiiehard B Ramsey, McGill Nob ".
Will Robinson, Askin Ark i
John Sewell, Lexington. S C ... .
tried the puddings and as Mrs. Porter had believed, the
puddlrgs spoke for themselves. And that was the be
ginning. Each year ha witnessed thousands discard
tbe old makeshift praetks of malflnf Christmas Pud
dings at home and buy Mrs. Porter'a.
The last few
years the demand
has been consider
ably ahead of the
supply. This hits
resulted in disap
point ments for
they have been un
able to get the de
Though the de
mand ha3 grown
and grown, the"
quality of the puddings has not been lowered one lota.
They are today the same perfect creations that the first
lot ever offered the public was. Mrs. Porter still selects
all the Ingredients and supervisee aii the operations con
nected with the production of the puddings. So their
quality Is always found in keeping- with their rare
This season displays promise of exceeding any in the
past la the number of new users ef these unequaled pud
ding more who will discover the folly of making pud
dings at horns' and buying Mrs. Porter's. This, of coarse,
makes it necessary for those who would' enjoy thee
wonder creations to have their grocer ssnd then a half
dozen or caseor whatever qaa
fltyt their faintly, will doaiand, at
the earliest possible moment;
There are 20 to. 7 5 -cent sizes
three varieties fig, fruit, and
'.. i am.
Robert C Shaw, Portland Mo
Howard Speulding, Laiidonville -Tt
Sidney btewart' Jnctianoia Mass
Louis F Stone, Bonnets Ferry Ida
Walter H 8trait Columbus O
Albert O Sudduth, The Plains V
Leo Thompson, Blaaehester O
Josiah Tomtingon, Stockton Ga
. Charles iBagwell, Onancock Va
. Isadora Budepstein, Philadelphia
Frank Diodora, Cementon N Y
John J Fischer, Korn Okla
Otto Hageseth, Menomonie Wis
Frank A Havlik, Elnia la
'John J Hayes, Boston -
Ledrn H Hendrix, Letts la -Alva
A Jack, Morey Mich
Joseph C Johnson, Southerland Va
Norwald Larson', Grafton S D
Charles E Liles, Linden Tex
Edward J McGuire, Buffalo NT Y
Ralph Maek, Center Harbor N H-.
John F Ott, Tonawanda N Y" . .
Lewia W Parker, Mapsville Va
- Wiiliara- A Piereev ArcadiXa
Milan G Pryo, Grifton N C
Clarence C Priebe, Oshkosh Wis
Frank Sanders, Metcalf Ga
Barney M Sheveland. Scandinavia
Joseph P Trego Jr, Nwtbn Kas
Frank G Whalen, Racine 111
Edwin C Wells, Harrisburg Pa
Patton N Williams, Coker Ark
Mart C Wright, Chestatee Ga
Walter L Zimmerman, Baltimore
MARINE CORPS CASUALTIES
Killed in action .........
Died of wounds ,
Died of disease
Wounded severely 122
Wounded; drreo undetermined ... 1
Missing in action 20
Killed in Action'
3gt Paul M Strentor, Washington Pa
Corporals . .
Ralph Nichols, Dandridge Tenrr
JJonald Parker, Leomister Miss "
Frederick A Seifcrt, Swanton O
Ray 9 Abbott, Taeoma; Wash
Lawrence BoWors, Fairmont: W V
Geo 'W Bndde, Cinointtati O
Joseiih F Utica N Y
, Wallace H Chaffoe, Ventura- Cal
Herbert R French, Colfax Wash
Homer E Gill, Willie Ga
Nay IB Harris,. Rutledge Mo
Homer H Johnson, Shoals Ind -Joseph
(Lodowski, Buffalo NY
Doe H MeDaniel, Adamsville Tenn
James H Roberts, 'Baltimore
Eugene Sharpe, Chattanooga Tenn
Arthur J Willi, Troy N Y
Alphong J Wyss, Fremont O
Died of Wounds
Jeremiah J Dalton, Brooklyn N Y
Palmer Ketnerf. Galhip N M
Corp Robert W. MeKenney, Piqua O
Nathan Brwr;. Chattanooga Tonn
Judson E Budman;' 'Lairdevillo Pa
Boo E Campbell, Stoelo City Nob
John A Franko, AuBtria
Claude R Garvoy, Minneitpolis Minn
Alberb W Long, OfrtaHo Cal '
Ellis W Long, Lorain-IH
Clinton Marcch, Hoft' Mo
' Art-Wttr'B-Sheiftrj -rllivan'O ?
Clarence B Smith; ."Victoria Tex '
Harold E Stevenson, Muskegon Mich
Elwood W Toner, Philadelphia
Died of Disease '
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William S Sammon, Cleveland O
G A Vorhouser, Sigourney la -
Davis F Price, Rosobel Wis
H D Beichart, Philadelphia
: Fred W Anderson, Hadlock Wash
Arnold A Bingham, Bedford Mo
J H Donalds, Milwaukee
Edgar C Greene, Macon Ga
. Charles J Justice, Hamilton O
Palmer 3 Lebargo, St- Louis Mo
John 0 Nelson Sodus N Y
F A Rudd, Philadelphia
Dwlght L Strayer, Waterloo la
John B Schoon, Acktey la
' Ernest L Btuchrk, Cedar Bluffs Neb
. Frank Trinka, New York
How Red Cross Has Fed Italian
Last spring the Bed Cross workers
at Berne were busy arranging to care
for the American soldiers who were
taken- prisoners by the Germans, and
now the new exchange agreement
means that Italians from Austria on
their way back to Italy are being
cared for In hundreds. They are a pa
thetic lot, these "grand blesses" the
hopelessly wounded men but they are
always delighted with the prospect of
going' home, even though It may be
going home to die. Nearly all of them
are tubercular.- -
The- method employed is this;. The
Italian Government sends a train Into
Austria through Switzerland to gather
up the men released under the ex
change agreement The train crosses
tbe Swiss border and at Bucha Is met
by delegations from the allied Bed
Gross organisations, and under' the
present plan the food le furnished by
the American' Bed Cross; To many of
these men this Is the first square meal
that they have had for years. Cloth
ing Is also furnished them. Each man
of the 860 which each- train carries' h
given cigarettes and a small American
flag, and many who have been in
America, some of whom have' taken
out their first papers, are overjoyed at
the bit of red, white and blue and most
demonstrative In their delight
The' representatives of the Red Cross
remain on the train until It reaches
Zurich, then return to Switzerland
again.. ! -
It Is the" food: which America has
sent over which gives to these men
their first meat food which has been
saved- by en ting 'smaller portions; and
by going without , . .
. Children of France.
;';Some one has said of the children of
the devastated regions: "They are; too
sad, they must laugh or they cannot
live." It Is not enough to found hos
pitals and to provide food.- They must
be given wholesome recreation and
their natural Joy In life restored. This
Is what the A nferlctfn Bed Cross Is do
ing for the children of France.
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g QUICK REFERENCE TO FIRMS THAT GIVE SERVICE ONJSHORT NOTICE
!! WHERE BUYER AND SELLER MEET WE RECOMMEND OUR ADVERTISERS il
Xleetrie Co., Uasonic Temple,
DBS. B. K. WHITE AND E. W. WAL
TON Ostoopathie physicians and
serve specialists.. Graduates of Am
erican school of Osteopathy, Kirk-
yille, Mo. Post graduate and spec
ialized in nervous diseases at Los
Angeles College. Offices 505-008 Nat
Bank Bldg. Phone 85m. Residence,
1620 Conrt. Phone 2Z1G., Dr. White
Bes. Phone 6fl.
DB. V. L. UTTEB, DENrli,T, ROOMS
413-414 tank of Lomraoree bniiding,
9ALEM WATEB COMPANY Office
corner Commercial and Trade streets
Bills payable monthly In advance.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Oood Beai Estate Security
TH08. K. FORD
O.er Ledd Bush bank; Salem Oregon
rBDKBAL FABM LOANS' B per
cent 34 years time. A. C. Bohrnstodt,
401 Masonic Temple. Salem, Oregon.
MONET to loan on good real estate.
514 percent government money to
loan. Liberty bonds bought and sold.
W. D. Smith, Sak;m Bank of Com
STOVES REBUILT ANI REPAIRED
60 years experience, Depot, National
and American fence.
Sizes 26 to 58 in high
Paints, oil and varnish, ete
Loganberry- and hop hooks.
Salem Fenee and Store Works.
ISO Cour street Phone 124-
Way To Address
Letters To Sellers
Just to make it clear as to how let
ters should be addressed to soldiers, the
following form i, shown. This sample
address is sent out by the Washington
postal officials and approved by army
authorities. Here is the form for the
address and alto thns return address!
Mrs. John Doe,
479 Roe Street,
6alen) Oregoa. ' ' -
- Sergeant John K. Doe,
Co. D, 93d Infantry,
Americas! Expeditionary Force
Complaints are being received by
postal authorities that letter have net
been dohverod to soldiers; If the wri
ter would place the return address on
th-a upper left hand corner of the en
velope, then if the soldier cannot be lo
cated, the letter will bo returned to the
Riley Bueker. Linn eountv mma
man, has served four months in the ar
my witnout a uniform. He' is 0 feet
4 inches tall and weighs over 300
TUT HI 1 DlfTT
Grain ! - -Wheat,
soft white -Ll 1.948
Wheat, lower Bradis m aamnla
Oats . . 80c
Hay. oats t2S
Barley, ton 1850
Hay, cheat, new "; - ' ' ... $24
mm run ...;.. S38(a)3t
Butterfat . ...... 680
Creamery butter .. ........ 6687
Fork, Veal and Mutton
Oar Want Ads
are tbe Bait that
catch the Big Fish
Reu!ts Try mo in
1S7 North High
70 ACRES $100 land, on account of cir
cumstances will sell for $65 on easy
terms. 6 acres all cultivated, good
improvements. 1 mile of city limits
Only $3500. 114 acre good house, barn
all in fruit, good soil, close to car
line, 11250. flocolofsky, 341 State
WANT-4350, $500 and 1500 loans on
good real estate security. SocolofBky,
341 Stato St. tf
Best 'bargain in Salem in a strictly
modern 7 room bungalow, close in.
If sold soon only I28U0. Socolofsky,
341 Stato St. tf
1 ACRES, 4 room house, new barn,
wood shed, lots of bearing fruit, good
soil, closo to car line, only $1200 if
taken at once. Socolofsk, 341 State
10 AiOKE prune orchard, very fair im
provements, 4 miles from Salom,
want stock rnnch not ove; $4000 in
eiclinnge. Socolofsky, 341 State St.
Ipi ACRES, 5 in cultivation, the host
ur 8uii,jR'iiiy ui jauiiiy iruu,j')uni
wood, good 5 room,ncw house; fair
outbuildings, on county road, beauti
ful location, I will guarantee the im
provements would cost more than the
price asked, for the wholo. Price on
ly $1050. terms on $100 at f per cent.
Socolofsky, 341 State St. tf
ARE you looking for a house n Port
land! I have a cozy three room cot
tagn, choice lot, in a fine location
near ear Ijne in a good neighborhood
If you wia.li to buy it will pay you
to see number 5730 at comer of 68
street anil 49 ave,. 8. E Portland.
Price $600, Phone 470 or see Square
Deal Realty company, V. S. bank
BRING YOUR TRADES
7 can mabch yon. C. W. Nicmnyer, Boal
Canadian . xAnds,
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
Spring lambs ,
Ewe s.. . w .
Lambs, yearlings ,
ggs and Poultry
Cranberries box: . .
Cauliflower: . 1.,
Oranges . . - $3.505.79
Lemons, box $5.5X6.75
Huckleberries; pound. . 15e
Florida grape fruit case . $K$1
Black figs, 23 25 lbi. 4.50
Figs, 4 o8- packages ... (5.50
Figs, 6 ox, packages . $4.60
Figs, 8 ox. packages -, $3.69
Figs, 10 lb. fancy 2a
Figs, 10 lb. ex. fancy.
No. 1 eomb honev
Creamery butter , 78e
Flour, hard whenv $S3.2a
Country" butter 6570
Eggs, dozen 75
Portland, Or., Dec. 20. Butter, city
creamery 66c ,
Eggs, selected local extias 7373a
Hens 2tfi 2"e
Broilers 26(&27s -
, Geese 22e k
. Cheeso, triplets 3B40o ' r .
Turkeys 40a. . .: '
DAILY LIVE STOCK WARKT.T
Receipts 12of . . , i
Tons of market higher . 1
' Prime steers $12(ict13 ,1
Choice eows and heifers $9(ai9.50
Medium to good steers $9.B011 - '
Fair to medium steers $8 50(o 9.50
Common to fair steers IS7.708.50
Choice cowa and heifers $8.509.2S
Modinm to good eows and heifers
Fairto medium eows
; Bulls $6Cn S
Stockera and feeders
Receipts 84'".' , '
Tone of market steady '
' Pj-ime mixed $16.75(ffil7
Medium mixed $16.50(tflG.75
' Rough heavies $14.7510
Bulk- $16.85 ; '
. Receipts 1447
Tone of market steady
Prime lambs $12.50fii)13
Fair' tb piedium lambs $11.50W
SALEM SCAVENGER Garbage and
refuse of all kinds removed on 'month
ly contracts at reasonable ratua.
Cess pools cleaned, Dead animals re
moved. Office phone, Main 2247,
Rcaidcn'co, Main 2272.
KNIGHTS OP PYTHIAS MEET AT
McCornnck hall on every Tuesday
at 8. P. Andresen, C. C. P. J. Kraft
K. R. & 8.
BOYAL NEIGHBORS OP AMERICA
''Oregon Grspe , Camp" No. 13&J,
meets ovcry Thursday evening is
Derby building,. Court and High St.
Mrs. Pearl Coursoy, 214 Court St
orfcclo; Mrs. Molissa Persons, record
er 1418 N. 4th St. Phone 1436M.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 5248 meets
every 3rd and 4th Tliur. eve, 8 o'uloek
in .Derby building, corner Court and
High streets. B. F. Day, V. C.J V. A.
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assent
bly No. 84 meetn first Tkursday of
each month, at 8 p. m- in I. O. O. f.
Hall. Norma I Tcrwilligor, M. A.;
C. A. Vibbert, secretary, 34ft Owens
ITALIAN prune trees, I have a few
thousand 4-6 foot grade yot to of
fer and also cherry and bartlott pear '
trees. Prnitlnnd Nursery, Bt 6, bo
138D. Phone 111P21. 1-18
Pork, on foot .
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it pus q5u n op sail iioaows 4i
if sqj uj juimas io aud
lasmusdefr ve Itujoop sqx
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