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The Daily Missoulian. [volume] (Missoula, Mont.) 1904-1961, May 01, 1912, Morning, Image 6

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q4 u 'END
TST PETS T
O NER
SIME
MOUNTMEN PALL ALL OVER R
BUSH IN FIRST AND BAT HIM
FROM THE BOX.
SKIPPER ROBERTS SHINES I
Locals Get Six 'Rune at the Start and jC
Add five More Later On-Errors
Are Few-Whaelig Gets Homerun-
Bromley Relieves Bush.
UNION LEAGUE RESULTS.
AT BUTTE
B utte . .................... 11 t
Missoula ...... ........ ....... 7
AT SALT LAKE
Salt Lake .......................... 7 t.
Great Faills ....................
AT OGDEN
Ogden .................................... 8
Helena .............................
Standing of the Clubs.
Club- Von. Lost 't.
MISSOULA .................. 7 1 .875
Salt Lake . ......... 6 I .357
Great Falls .........3 2 .600
Ogden ................ ...... 1 .I400
H elena ... ................ .. 1 6 .143
Butte . 7 .13t251
Botte. April 3o.-(SIpecial.)-W.Vlte 1
Butte and Missoula split even on hilts, I
10 each, today, Butte bunched Its
stlckwork with Mr. Bush's Incapall
ity, scoring six runs In th ,first Innin, i
even after Bromley relieved Bush.
Bromley was not warmed up and he
fore he got started Butte hadt made
enough to cinch the game. lButte
played a different brand of ball today.
despite the cold weather. being nourl'
aged by that "oldl-hone" feeling. Mlau
loney was in good shape; the tearm
worked hard behind him, Contery (s
peclally featuring in the fielding de
partlnent, and Butte won, 11 to 7. The
game was not brilliant. In fact it was
uninteresting, but little coutl be ex
pected in the low temperature which
prevailed during the afternoon. Whal
ing's homerun was, if any, the feature.
Roberts was responsible for Mlis
soula's two runs in the second. Oriet
singled and Carman and Tobin were
easy outs. Chungnon drove one to
right and Roberts tripled In the same
direction, scoring the two ahead of
hinm. In the fifth, with one dcown,
Bromley singled to left, Warren, the
3Missoula fencie-bltreaker, getting Ilis
first and only hit of the game with It
hard drive to right, while Perrine
tanned. Bassey's hit to right, Mathes'
error and Carman's single through
short gave Missoula three again. In
the sixth Tobin's double to right,
Duddy's wild ilei.ve on Changnon's ef
fort and Roberts' sacrifice fly gave
Missoulu its last two. The score:
Butte.
PlJayers-- Al. It. H. PU. A K.
!.ockstuuler. If. . 4 1 1 2 0 a
Muathes, as . ..... F, I . 1 ) 1
Duddy, 31 .......! 2 1
Whaling. Lb .... 5 2 11 0 6
Aiterinott, 21 .I, 2 I 6 4 6
conloy, rf ...... 4 i I 1 6 0 1
Forbes, r( .......... a 1 I I 1 6
Kafornt, c . : I 1 4 u a
Maloney, is a . - n u 4 6f
'IounItc 34 11 I0 'L7 16
Missoula.
Players-- All. It. Ii I' A K
Warren, rf . I I 1 0 0
Jerrlnc 2lb. ...... 1 0 :: (I
Bassey, If...1..... 1 1 I Iu
Orlet. ... . 3 1 1 p I 1
Carman, lb. .4 () I i In I
Tobin, of ..........c. .4 1 2 4 II
Changuon, 3b ..... 4 s I 6 I I
Roberts. c .......3 3 o 2 1 I
Bush, p ........... 0 0
Broumleyp ........4 1 6 0 u,
Totalb ............-a 02
score by Inlnings:
M issoula ............. 0 0 1) 0 1) 2 6 6
&iutt'6... ........6 0 6 01 0 .-1
Huinantry--Let no Inali -ilutt, r,;
Missoula, 4. 14, $olul 1,a N,1--M61 tI M,"
Du)tddy, Alta'ruaaatt, I iailhy. $aavrill a
flles--Rocaberts, Aluliaey. Two-losn·
hlts---Kafora, Tobiun. Threa. base hlit-
foberts. Hounorun--halhing. I 10tH
batted Int--By Whaling, 2; bsy ('hanLIa -
non, 1; by Roberts, 1; by Cuwaa'y, 2:
by Osarmnau, 1: by BitLsa., 2. Ingllnns
pitched--.By Bush, less tIhan 1: by Mta
loney. 8: by Broullcy,, 9. hIts-'Off
Bush, 8; off Bromloy. 7. Struakli oIt-
By ualoney, 3; by Broinloy. 6. Boluaa
un ball-Off Bush, 1: orl' llyra lay, :..
lilt by pinchud 'ball-1y Malainay.
Orlet- by 'J.romley, 1or4tos. Ttuna, 16.
Umpire, Frary.
AT D9 BORGIA.
DBorlat& yushOred t1 V1912 buaaIatall
u fits ;With ,s,"-" t'tnr over theu
emploWyes Of the MavanLac our
by a 'ore of 7 I 4o . The but
ware Neison and Gates for Do
ani DsdchaiWs *itd Vealy for
Saensa. Ec ttelnaJ plays kept
r sn al1pro'rV and It was
1a 'W44 out that
1', yea Fr of
e ntg
'ILIDEIRAND A MARK
FOR SALT LAKE
SLUGGERS
RED REUBEN GrTS IT HANDED C
TO HIM AND REEDBIRDS
LOSE, 7 TO L
SEVEN IN THE SEVENTH
Cabalistic Inning Brings the Downfall
of Great Falls Star Twirler and
Mormons Come From Behind and
Win First of Series.
S lt llikel , i 'tah, April :i .--{illde
Ihltllad wileas p to I' ind ttoday andll tile
Salt lamkers took hit diowni the' lint
Sto thei tuln( of Hseven fits iln 1 seventh
liing, scolringi sIX rollls lnd giving
the locals the initctll gan of thew
series,. Until the l teventhl tic cur,
was 2 to 1 Itn ftavor of tilt vitiltors..
=l(reatt 1ialls showel iup lin fine shiape'
and li t Is ixpletcd thcy will at lihlnst
bruaik ...it i-ltli Mi;lt Lauke this week.
Salt Lake.
Players All. H iI. i0. A. .
0 Misu. ss ... 4 1 1 2 3 1
Shiuieiinmii, rf. . 1 3 1 1 0
3Toner, b.... 5 I 2 0
i Kelley, c'. . .. 4 I 1 3 o 0I
u'onsgrif. (f. i ... ) I i o I I ii
Ieater, lh. 3 I L , 1
.ay 12b . 1 1 0
lSh nonlol, c. .......3 2 I I t1
lllldel hr ndl . I..... 4 ti 0I I 3 0
I Kermyr . 1 II .. 1 0
T'otals :8....... I, II I24 13 2
Obi t111led for i'oi uriff in ninthi.
Salt Lake.
1'I > -IL It . ). A. 1..
t4ips D r, ir. 4 1 _ 1 (1 4
nortler. cf.... . a 1 1) 11 0
I3auer, rf" . .. : I I 1 (o n
1)evereaux, 1). 4 a I 1 0
()rr. mm . 3 Ii I 1 0
%0h1. lb. .. I t 4 () 0
Davis. lb. I 1 1 7 4 I
Pendleton, [ I . 4 I 1 :1 0
Wcaver. , . 1 1 I llt 1 0
:I (4 0 44 ii i 4 I .
SUIIIII ILII . I'n.-1N1144 140114 -
baulti 1h4---1I44.I1ii
pnH cv.a I; liur, Irktiituilltus- 2
Blone ' Hllrrid s- 4ff It-ril~mI il 2 nitr
liruncld, 44: i~y KIiII.*. 4*1.vt ]~'n11(1,~
-reaut P uIs. 1 11 uk I l lt
K I4ItCIIr-*- Vuy.l. 'lu 4)14 uuIU --2: 24.
Salt iuIe--I 14 rI burl6 .
batted tc llc --- 12, 3·lslTIIII, '21 ; Pit ye.~h~
Stovall Important Factor
po
r t
GEORGE STOVALL.
t1. Juulh April 30. --(; ,rgl' o tovall,
new first basLman for thoe Jrowns,
is making good. in fact, he is making
I a ~llt-edgld record, both as a hitter
and in thle field. The Browns have
not had so good i first baseman in
years, and his batting average is well
above .300,
Stovall is a namker of ball teams.
While manager of the japs last year
he brought the cliub fro. poor sixth
to a good third. 'The lad.s here believe
IIS ilT & l TEEOE
BALL TEAM
OGDEN WIN8 SLUGGING MATCH
FROM THE HELENA CLUS;
SCORE, 8 TO 6.
THIRTEEN HITS APIECEI
Ames and Jensen Yield Baker's Dozen
of Blows to Opposition Batters
Alexander and 8ohimpff Get Away
With Homoruna,
(Oglh,. April 30.-O-gden won Its first
game i f the s.ries planyed with Hletna
today. 'Th gamlle wa without any tin
usulal rfeatures. Pltchers for both
I.entils eclth allwed 13: hits. Alexander
repealted hi hlmolnrun tactics for the
los'l. The score:
I . Helena.
i'layer - All. t. fl. P0. A. E.
'hompsonl, If. .. 3 0 3. . 3 0 1
' enges. 3j .. 4 U 2 2 2 0
t l aI s , ... ..... 0 9 i) 0
Klllllay. f ........ 1 1 1 1 0
Irby. rf ...... .....5 0 1 1 0 0
Il,.vt rntack, 2b1 ... 5 2 1 3 2 1
W ood. s ............ 4 2 1 2 1
tl ker, ......... 1 2 4 1 1
mes, p ... 1 0 0 0 0
I Rosenhurrough, p I 1 2 0 5 0
Totals . :i I 13 24 13 4
It Ogden.
Player- All. R. HF. PO. A. E.
Htevens. If ... 4 1 1 1 0 0
c1) $himpff, 21 . 5 1 2 3 4 0
1' (Cl rk, lb .......... 1 1 5 1 0
I . Alexamller, r d .. i :1 2 5T 0 0
II O'lerry, rf ...... 0 3 1 0
SPlanke, ........ 1 1 1 1 3
STovy, s ...... 4 1 1 4 3 2
Murray. f .. . 4 0 2 2 0 0
Jllnsnl, ..? 1 0 0 1 0
Totals ::i 1 1:1 27 10 5
ei coreI by lnlings -
l lgii:'n 32 1 1 ( 1 0 0 x-
0 ll lenu ..0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 2-6
0 Sum mlary ---Two -bhsl hits-Menges,
a Rlosenburrough, 'leary, Wood. Home
0 rnllll--.Alexalller. M4hImlhpff. Bases onO
0 I,;lls .- -ff Amllios 31, off Rosenburrough 1.
'off J.lensen 2. Strullc out-By Ames 2.
1 by Rltsenburllrough 1. by Jensen 5. Left
o m lbas'es--.lhelenl 12, O)gden 8. D)utble
pl. --Plike tI ('hilrk to Levy. Stolen
Ilaes,--Stevens, Clark. Sacrifice tilt
.ensin. lltnls haittd In---Alexander :,
U Slllmpff 2. 2Rosenlurrough 2, MeIngIes
1. Plakec 1, TI'onmpslon 1. Wood 1. HIlt
-il'f Aimsn 7 ill two lnnings, off
.7 Tose.niiurrirugh Ii In 6 Innings. Time
.:;. i 'mpir'e WVright.
BOUT IS LAWFUL.
hlel''elrsoi ('ly, Mo., April 30.-Gov
i lerllor Ilidley was giveln assurance to
light Ii y J. II. tlsnnn, proseutinlg at
; torli.ey oiif r1e1n iu1linty, that the box
r. Ing exhilbitin betwer, n Carl Morris
If ind uitheI r Mi.1l'arthy, scheduled to )be
* Ield at lSpringfield Frlday ilight, Is In,
5 sletr u complialnere with the law. Only
it nIm ltsers r tile Springlleld Athletic
8. c.liii will attenmd, accordIng to tlhe gov
i'm-lnior'sm illoi lu l nit i.lmt,
heo will d. Ii 111 4,'11 for thu B'rown4,
and bolh Owner lBob Hfedrges and
Manatler IBobby Wallice sal y that
Stov\all has iimud their ,bnll club.
Since Jim McAlear. then manager
of the Browns, decided in 1909 that
Toni Jones would have to go, there
have been 19 St. Louis first basemen.
They have all flunked but No. 19, and
that's George. Ha Isresence on first
has Improved the other infielders, and
the whole Brown aggregation has takeLz
new heart.
Well, wq, A to losti .otin,time, .
*Wtitmng w' tite witti Warrefdlt
ii the msttet i +~_ aerune.
Thom o,,, with Missoula,
hit three at uomen yester
day aor t0
No .ei ihow .ard the pllanders
play % Owon or W t Ceson
crowm ., never' ,ap l
they j. eepntage of 1.00.
As ifr As' l known, Manlaer Irby
atof the .intors hasn't Itolen secoUd 1
Ith th. es (ill this season. Last .J
aear..Iub2.tore oft several John AD
Ruegg and Woods, both released
Sunday by Uet r Mcastferty of the
Butte 'ub., it yeiesterday for Dear I
Lodgdl, ~ te '.hey hope ,( find base- t
ball emp yrieblt. Also, they have their r
eyes on b.Iop£.
By the way, this Harry John Kelley
boy is hittilg sme at , St ,1 ke.
Kelley uses ia pole 10 feet long and
when he hitie the ball Its hits It hard.
If Kelley ,taksL care of himilt , 'he'll
he going lgo(. this season.
Immediately a.+ter the news of the
first defeat had been received in Mis
Noula, ilrector Hall t·lglaphed to
President campbell. w'ho ocqmpanied
the team to Butte: "Oome jhorpe at
once. You mpst be a Jonah. The fqns
demand your recall."
Today i+mer, the dog mascot--or
the mascot dog-will be taken to Butte
to help win the series from the Mount
men. Elmer will be chaperoned by
t James 1axter. Jim Is on his way to
t Erle, Ill., .whero he will visit his
mother. HIs care of Elmer is simply
1 a patriotic duty, to be performed en
r passant.
Out of three legal at bats yesterday,
Skipper Roberts landed two hlits, one
of which was ticketed a triple. There
1 fore, it will not be cruel to relate this
0 morning what Tommie Thompson, now
0 with Helena and last season with Mis
0 soula until traded for H. John Kelley,
0 now with Salt Lake, said about
1 Roberts. It was last summer and the
1 Skipper had hit a hatting slump. He
1 couldn't get a hit to save his life. "I
don't know what's the matter with
Roberts," said Thompson to the gang
4 one day. "He stands up there nice:
he looks 'eam over nice; he swings at
'em nice. Good Lord! He must be
bilindl"
a There have bqen many rumors con
o cerning Elmer itke Sunday afternoon.
O when he was stlecestsul in pulling the
3 Highlanders through a glorious double
2 victory. One was that Elmer had ex
0 pired beneath the wheels of a speed
0 ing automobile. Another had it that
- he had tried conclusions with a Great
I Dane and lead been left dead upon the
field of battle. Another was that he
.5 had been kidndted. Still one more
-6 sent him to Butte with the team. All
s, of these are branded as untrue by
a- Ping Brodle, official keeper of the
ii grounds and guardian of Elmer. The
1. only true and official dope is that
, Elmner and Jim Paxter sail this morn
ft ing. A large party will see Elmer off.
1, This will be Ping.
anI
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Standing of the Clubs.
Club-- Won Lost. Pet.
Chicago ...........................10 4 .714
Boston ............. ............ 9 4 .692
Washington ............ 7 5 .583
Philadelphia ............... 7 6 .538
Cleveland ...................... 7 6 .538
Detroit .......... ..... 6 9 .400
St. Louis ...... .......... 5 9 .357
New York ...... .......... 3 10 .167
Ty Cobb Wins Game.
Detroit, April 30.-Detrolt won it 10.
Inning game from Chicago today.
Cobb singled in the tenth with one
out and went to third on Crawford's
hilt to center. As ('Cobb slid into third
he kicked the ball, 'vhlch was lyIng
In front of Tannehlll and it rolled to
the grandstand, allowing him to make
the winning run.
Score- fR. 11. I:.
Chicago . . ................... .. 3 8 4
Detroit ...... ................. 4 4
Batterics-AMogridge, Lange. Walsh
and Block; Willett and Stanage,
Red Sox'Win.
IPoslon, April 30.-Hostin woi from
Philadelphia,. making It three uit of
the four-gamie series. Bedient, who
succeeded 1ll1 when the latter was
removed by Implre O'Loughlln, held
the visitors hitless for mtore than five
Innings.
8core- R. If. F.
Boston ......... .......................... 6 11 2
Philadelphia . ........... .... 1 3 1
Batteries--lall, Bedlent and Carrl.
gait; Krause, Danforth nid Thomas.
Nape Take Game.
St. Louis, April *0.-The visitors hilt
B, Brown hard and lhe gave way to C.
Brown in the fifth and Cleveland won,
8core- U. H. E.
St. Louis ......... ...................... 3 11 4
Cleveland . .......................... 11 0
, Batteries-- l,. Brown, C. Brown and
Krlcheil; Gregg and !Easterly.
DONT LA.4UGH, NOW.
(Kallpell Inter I.ake.)
Trekell Is coming back. This Is the
good news for bPasebll fans announced
by Manager Miller today, It was pub
Ilheod a few days ago that Trekell,
r<le of Kallpell's oept players, had
been secured by Millpoula for $175 a
month, It was p4q.uarilly supposed
that the promlsln '.layer had been
secured for Pittabugi, wLho has been
after him for soma time and wifo
was supposed to have by thli mie.es
got him for tar less than his. WOrth
to them. The young man's father Vi
gretted that his son has left Zlispell
and communleatioio Was .blta i tith
him whicjh resulted jI,,the .i.owlp
telegram to Xr. Millet last,, light:
"Nave pnade good, but.Pive ot sIp R"
Itp. 'Will come if yOU w.nt die." ,)ie
is coomiar. '
tPokatle .......................... S .00
mVanouver .............. .46
Tacoma ...................... .... .4
Seattle ....... ............... 6 " .
Spokane, APi t 00.-T.aeoma got
Klr.ft in the il6t ilnnhing.O
h U by., ..
't and a g'
"two tr
l,. s . U... ... ........... O
"raterle rft, hcnhwraklur 0
voghtj .Soelhats, and Wu4OO,
Weon i' the Ninh.,
Seattle, pril, 3.-Seattle otea
gsood lead in .tbhq early prt f
but Vidtoila . li li e
ning, ing lt oore, and. ;t
ninth. ',the gld were in qqoo
ditlon.
Score: R. H. 5I
Seattle ...... ......... I 1* $
Victoria .................10 11 0
Batteries-Ingersoll and Shttea) Con
cannon, Narveson and ?Meek.
Pitohers Hit Hard.
Vancouver, B. C,, April 30.-Voncou*
ver pitchers were hit hard today and
Portland won.
Score: R. H. I.
I Vancouver ............................. 0 6 4
L Portland . ......................... 9 12 t
I Batterles--Stanfleld, Beltord and
Lewis; Bloomfipld and Moore.
I RACING RESULTS
At Alan.
I Alan, Idaho, April 80.-Pat Gannon
y won the sprint for two-year-olds at
ilthe Alan 'track today In a gallop. The
track was heavy. Four favorites, a
second choice and a long shot won.
Results.
First race, three and a halt fur
longs-Pat (Gannon, won; Tildy Wolf
tarth, second; Bula Welch, third. Time,
:42 1-5.
Second race, five furlongs-Annil
Wells, won; Ben Stone, second; Roy
El Tover, third, Plme, 1:02 1-5.
'Third race, five and a half furlongs
o--Angelus, won; Americus. second;
Sorrowful, third. Timb, 1.ib) 2-5.
Fourth race, six furlongp-Port Ar
h llngton. won; Metropolitan, second;
Figent, third. Time. 1:15 1-5.
Fifth race, seven furlongs--Manas
t se, won; Narfl second; Wild Fern,
e third. Time, 1:29 2-5.
Sixth race, mile-Onatassa, won:
Laymlinster, second; Whldden, third.
Time. 1:43 1-5.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Standing of the Clube.
Club- Won. Lost. Pet.
Cincinnati ......................10 3 .769
New York .................. 8 3 .727
Boston . .......................... 6 6 .500
Chcago ............ ..... ..... 5 7 .417
Pittsburgh .................. 5 7 .417
Philadelphia ................. 4 6 .400
St. Louis .................. 5 8 .890
Brooklyn ................ 4 7 .364
Batting Rally Wins.
c'hlenaig, April 410.-Cinclnnati start
ed it batting rally In the eighth after
two men were out, driving Lavender
from the mound after tycing the score,
and then hitting Brown saufely for a
run, which put themn In the lead. u
Score: I. H. E.
Chicago ........ ...... 5 11 3
Cincinnat ............7 4
Batteries-Brown and Archer; Suggs A
and McLeans.
AMERICAN ASS'N. j
Standing of the Clubs.
Club- WA'on. Lost. PI't.
Colum bus ......................14 4 .778
Mlinneapolis .........11 4 .733
Kt.. Paul ......... ........10 7 .588 1
Tledo ............... 8 8 .504o
Kansas City .. .....8 9 .471
louisville .................. 6 8 .429,
Milwaukee ............ G 10 .333
Indianapolis ............2..... 14 .125
At Milwaukee-Mllwaukee, 2; Cno
Iambus, 7.
At St. Paul-St. Paul, 1; Indian
apolis, 0.
At Kansas City-Kansas City, 6: ;
Toledo, 4.
At Minneapolis- Minneapolis, 7:
Louisville, 7. (10 innings; darkness.)
COAST LEAGUE
Stending of the Clubs.
Club-- Won. Lost. Pet.
Oakland ...................... 18 6 .750
Vernon ...................... 14 it .560"
HNn Prancisco ......... 13 12 .520
Los Angeles ........... It 13 .458
Sacramento ............. 11 14 .440
Portland ......... ..... 6 16 .273
Three Pitohers Blow Up.
Portland, April 30.-Portlland used
three pitchers today trying to i it, from
Vernon and all three 'blew lup
Score: R. 1.. B.
Vernon .................................... 7 10 4
P ortla nd .. ...................... ...... 5 7 2
Batteries - Raleigh and Ilrown;
Harkness. Temple, Koestner and How
lay.
Henley Wins Game.
San Franclsco, April 30.--Henley's
pitching won for San Francelco frolm
Sacramento this afternoon.
Score: R. H. HE
Sa. ramnento ............................... 1 1I
San Francisco ......................... ..: 10 1
Batterles--Dyram and Price; Heouley
and Berry.
WESTERN LEAGUE .
.At TOpgk#-Toplk,. 8; ponver, s.
At Lincoln-Llncoln, i';. Wlthta,, 1.
At Doe Molnes-2)ep Moines, S I
Siloux City, 1,
At !t. Joseph-St. Joseph, 0;
Omalha, 5,
p py, ,,y,,
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.ssuex-Model INi ia.ots to hold
more even tempeoatjre throughout
the Egg Chamber than any other
It Dake.
Essex-Model Incubators to be au.
S tenmatlo in heating.
* E1stex-Model rInubators to be a-.
p tomn tia in vetitlation.
. That a beginner can operate the £ '-MODEL
Essex-Model lacetubators. ,A ,
assex-Model Incubators to re-o. O
require no added moisture or water.
-AND
WEi (tAltJAN'I'EI, thi E,.nex-Model t. hatch morn strong, healthy
chirsk in threo tests than any other Incubator made when run under,
similar conditions.
2 Essex.Model Incubators are in suooessful use on government and
d state experiment stations, on larger oommeroial poultry plants, and by
leading fanolers and exhibitors all over the world.
SIZES AND PRICES-Standard Models.
C(npnclty. 100 Hen E gs............... ......................................... O 0oo
C om itty, 175 lien lln ................... ........... 6.00
Ca pacity. 275 lien Eggs ................................................................... `0
Ca Model B. Model :.
t Capaclty, 120 liln lCng.....1S.oo Capacity, 200 Hen Eggs....I41.00
a Essex-Model Brooders-IndooAr
S Capacity, 80 Chicks ............ 01100 Capacity, 160 Chicks..........10.00
Colony Brooders
S Model A, 100 (Chicks. .......... 14.50 Model I1, 100 ('hicks .......... $1 .00
Model C, 150 Chicks..... ....... ......... .00
SPoultry Accessories
SGranulated Bone, Beef Meal, Beef Scraps, Alfalfa Meal, Oyster Shell,
Mica Grits, Midland Poultry Foods, International
* Poultry Foods and Remedies.
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rlZ II AN WI e r-furrni the hio rol
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whole season. el wegh no mnore tlhan i
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"0e°b ta rice to the ril.r of only )!0 per pair. All oders shipped same
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33 w ..uajmi snd strictly as rarpspnt4P e
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33 *aJeser rate kreonew thed e e4 o e
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