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SATITJAY AITTRNOOV, .TUNn I. 11.
AGRICULTURE INFORMATION FOR FARMERS AND ORCHARDISTS STOCK-RAISING X TH SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES At i n What the Deparment of Agriculture is Doing Little Items About Big War Jobs That arc Helping American Farmer to Feed Nations. Molnljjn- HancM U..rr fctep Jr. -rr-MVsti- iro ,ion of f.,rn, i ,.,,,r ;n Kir.jas o ro taken at a meeting h Id in KaiiiJi Cil' May II. Th.j i- th f.r.. of a en-s of m"i:v. which ;ir" to bo i r. ngj v, the department o." a-rt- ult-.i.-r in -i n ..r.ber ur.rr the tjt-t r-r A or Äir. g to ; w r farmers jM h.i r -ur. . f i .bo-- to l.cb'.r s t he i to hell crop. At the Knn. .i V. y nvyun, a om luilUf (s a p i -1 rt T ci to direct the o: k of the 4ri'i a e n c 1 c ? in the Late ,r.'1 to fee that r -is t rat io r.J are held :n (n , air--. 'h;tr ity craplovet " h- w ill bi farm v ork during then vatior.s an icg.stci. !t is fitinvif.! tili' f.'.iOi helpers "'lll be I) r c ; --i 1" t'i lliTVeM the rops in K'an.sis th.s ',ar, ar.il the ommrrm! o canuat ;ons in Kjiimi City have undertaken to supply 1 -'00 of th: number. Proti -tin- Fighters from .n Moat. .K.xty-secen ir.pe. tors of the bu icau of animal induti-y are now with the armv inocting t li meat mil m: jt products -cip.-Led for the oldie:s. and thirty others are irm larly engaged with the navy. Opera tion n r unaer federal ruperv i.-ion from the time the live animals are" driven into the slaughtering houses until the finished product is deliv- red m good tondition to the mps rook c. Demonstrations on Preserving -gg. Tu if.ich city people how to fire ffnf eg-'ji with water class, exun. Mon workers of the poultry division! are holding demonstrations in large! department stores in a number of iti'8. Cmonstration? ha been ' lield in Washington, Chicago, and New Orleans, and the plan is to ex-i tend the work to other large eitie- 1 countie; I.S'jO are in home demon. Similar demonstrations have hoen stration work, serving in 1,7T coun hrld in rural school and at meet-! ties; and I1 2 are in hoys' and girls' lr.gs attended by farmers. Pi Club MonirnTHliip Increase. One hundred thousand boys and grrls are now members of pig rlubs. Th's is more than twite the num ber enrolled last year. hen 4r.r0 members produced approximately Ift.OOot.no pounds of dressed pork. Thee boy and girls aie raisin 5 pis under the u pernp ion e.f local pig club leaders who are , o-o(rat-inp -with the state colleges and the 1'nlted Ftatcs department of agri culture. Jrcvik. rteior(J Tor Hauling l:ss. The fi rt commercial truck load of eg-; from Vipeiand and Mill ville, N. J., into .w York city nnout 14 0 mile arrived recentlv with not one egg broken. Fn-li ery i from the shipper to the wholesaler hjs m ide tri 1". hou-s. which is last- e r time than that made by express1 shipment and establishes record lor motor haul of ecs. according to the bure.m of markets of the u. department of arrieijiture w-hieh arran-ed fr the demonstration. The live-ton tru . k .arriel K era tos of ergs weighing neatic four tons, the i of tne load -em made jp of crated gla.--. It left Vineland at about 11 a. m. and arrived in the wholesale district of New York city :,i 2 o'clock the nevt mrnitr-r. 4 itios llcing Asked io saipply Farm Help. To inere-t romnirf ial orzania tions in cities in the problem of .jp ll'inc farmers in surrounding com. rnunities with suMbicn: help to har. wst their crops, the department of 1 The New LIGHT-FOUR $1125 f. o 0 per'-'-i' Beautiful i'i Defirx Thoroughly Mcünt Cuiidcfäikct STUDEBAKER CORPORATION OF AMERICA Retail Branch, Cor. South and Lafayette Sts. I arjcuiiunr in co-operation v.th the 'Impart mrrit of l't'Or. h'ib placed trained mm in numerous .-tatc to i all ni'ctin:s of tuir.Ci? mn and present th :tuat!On to them. Ten inrn arr at work in Illinois three in Ini:ana. three in Kansa?. tr o in 'ninii nd in 'erniunt. anl .'iiJii'i'inl a j po: n t m c n t arc to mad? f-onn. Thc?e men il! tell the -t ci aniTn tijns that although far r.rr, lurr planted larrer acre than dur.n the r.ornual car, ihr-- Mil! nrrd additional ajiiLan in connection m ith th hareit, and that f-ich lucdl communi- should Mrh e to boh e t? OTn laber prob- 1 I'actori and business houses ar b'-in" ai:rd tu relca. at last .1 part of their rmp!ocv. i' neccs- ' ary. for a fw das in order that: the farmers may hiM to :rtr their crop. Iriln- t attlo Tick enoui'h help; 1 frrm houth Carolina. The entire state of Fouth Caro Una -ill be freed Deo. I from quar. antine a-ain.t the cattle fever tick, It is believed bv officials of the tick ctadication division of the bureau of: animal industry. Tick eradication work i.7 progressing favorably throughout all the other southern states. The number of dipping: vats available on May 1 numbered '2 2, ST'J. I'nclo Snm's Army of Kttcnsion AV or Ucr. An army of .".Sol extension work ers is aiding in the department of a Krieulture's food production and conservation campaign. This is an increase of ."..405 over the number doir.s similar work on July 1 of last year. Of this total .",.0 4 0 are in county agent work, serving 2.430 club work. In the 1 . southern states 2,-4 workers are busy tar rying out the plans of the food campaign, and in the ZZ northern and western states .'5.027 are em ployed. On July 1 of last vear 1.S40 were employed in the southern State, and K0; in the northern and western states. In the southern state ther are 10 Negro county agents and 16ft Negro home demon stration agents. The Deportment's niperinicnta Kitchen. An experimental kitchen where substitutes for wheat are bcinj test ed has recently been established and equipped by the office of the home economic?. In this kitchen some of the good old recipes which were in use 00 and 75 years ago. when corn. buckwheat, rye and barley were in more common use, are being re- Mve.1 untt vtandnrdied nnd new re- cipes in which wheat substitute Plav an important part are tested and" standardized. A group of worn - en laboratorv specialists and housekeepers with special training work side bv side in the new- kitchen. Before a recipe in made public it must not only pass the test of the laboratory specialists l"ut must also meet the test of actual experience in the hands of a house- t I keeper t ho studies it for its prac tical value in the average kitchen. Wcatlier Forecasts for Aerial Mail. Special daily forecasts of weath er conditions hetween New York 'and Washington are bein.t furnished t- the post office department by APPEARANCE, economy, comfort, simplicity, com pleteness with a construction which has earned the description "mechanicallv rijiht" these are the outstanding features of the New Studebaker Light-Four. It has romarkablc roominess for a car of its size. Driver and pas sengers car. stretch out at ease. You can ride in it all day with out feeling cramped or crowded. And it is obviously a Quality car undoubtedly the lowest-priced Quulity car on the market. 40,000 miles of severe road-trials have proven its staying qualities and shown what the car will do. j the weather bureau for ue ir. con- nection -ith the airplan mail ter-vi-' between these point?. Tne fore- .casts are telepnoped each morning . a, ,rJOn aB try are made up. i.jo Grailn in Nntioaal ForvM5. , irum orouni. indications point to. I exceptionally favorable prain; con.!i,n(i maintenance of hUh'ay?. The difiors in the national forests this summtr. The outlook, sa forest ervit officialii. is particularly grati fying in vie v of the p'an? niaJe for 1 increased 'ive ttoek production on the national forcits to meet war needs, more These call for half a million! heep and nearly a quarter of; a million more cattle than last year, jhen an increase ol some omj ' sheep and 1Ö0.0UO cattle was made, production, the forest service re ports, is takins: piace on a number I of the eastern national forests as t ell as on thoee in the west. Hurricane Warnings Juno 1. Report of observation from stations in the Wct Indian and Caribbean pea region and from 43 vessels plying those waters, for use In connection with warnings of hurricanes developing there, ill begin to be received on June 1 by .he weather bureau. The reports 1... ,..rp( nie iu Luiiuiiue viui.ii, int vi. , une season, t., ,Ä v,iKr n. elusive. See Corn Distribution. Reserve stocks of corn tuitable . 1 1. . . . ' . . m. A V . . . )l A department seed stocks committee in al! states north of the Ohio river, data obtained are expected to be of where the situation has been con- j importance in studies of the circula sidered serious. The seed corn will j tion of th atmosphere, be sedd for cash at com to farmers! righting Animal TubcrcnloM.-. needing it. who should get in touch) In April. -'-.40: cattle were teted with their county agents or state di-'fer tuberculosis in the tuberculo-is-rectors of extension. Fortunately eradication work of the bureau of the season has thus far been favor-. animal industry. This number was able and the replanting w ould he '$,4 04 more than w ere tested in the I less than usual but for the poor quality of much of the seed that has been planted. Final plans for meet ing the seed corn situation were made at a meeting in Chicago in the eck of May 1" by state and federal agricultural officials head- ed bv Dr. R. A. Pearson. assistant;and eradication from swine. In the secretary of agriculture. Hont T- War Timhrr. The war dvtxrtment and the fore?t service are aidin? the boy scouts in efforts tofind black walnut needed ifc.r airplane propellers and gun j stocks, follow ing Pres't Wilson's ap peal to the scouts to locate supplies of the "Liberty Tree." Special re- PO" lorm? nar nrvu P'r.rw .v. "? ftf the scouts, who submit them j lor tabulation to the forest service, (which in turn will report the results j to the war department. The bulk of i the standing: black walnut is said to no in urint rs wuumui.i ui ioc iiuui i t est. the middle Atlantic state, and: the southern Appalachians, and it 13 mainly these sources that the scouts will comb in their search for mate 1 ial. Permit For TToatl Oils. The office of public roads and ural engineering is a party to an agreement with the V. S. fuel admin istration whereby road authorities . extent for general trade. The war desiring to construct. maintain or5iluation Wth it5 nrcd for finding reconstruct highways requiting coal nfw f00d? and new uc for old or oil products in construction, main-' foods. ha.s fixed attention on this tenance or repair, must have their f0cd cr0p to uoh an extent that the applications for these materials a- namc soy bean ha? now become fa 1 r proved by their state hignway de- jy familiar. pn-tments and by a commiUee head-', he sov bean, which is well ed by L. W. Tage, directur of the;innwn in .1.. Orient a a valuable! I office of public roads. Approved ap - I plications are to be transmitted to ! the fuel administration which will permit delivery of the materials , n-hen they are available. Ttestric- tions on the use of the& materials ; have been necessitated by the need I of the army and navy, e.euntial war : i.-.dustrif s. and the allies for fuel, oils land coal. Meotinz f rami Management roniontratrs. j The states relations service, in co operation with the office of farm management, has arrarjged for a eon Iference to be held in Chicago the, i w eek beginning June :. at whien !farm management demonstrators of !th Northern and Western ptates will i m . . .u.j. n.. . ' . I sc u s s oemonsi ra uun i:ieuujs. w ill be considered for conducting demonstrations ith more effcient use of regaru to a uoor. teams ;.r.d equipment, and a better organ isation of the farm to bring about a i maximum production of food per w orkir.an. sttiriic wncat rurce in AUtrauta. , Dr. J. W. T. Duvel in charge f . grain standardiration investigation"; for the bureau of market, is row in, Australia in ve stigatiry the quality) and fon-iitior. of the wheat crop iht been accumulating there since jthe wr began, with a view to its im- pot into the United States for mill- , ing. j Ilooil Projcs't5 Approved. In March and April the eCretary. 'on recommendation of the office of! public road? and rural engineering, aor-roved 212 state road-buildinz i projects involving more -than :300 ' n-ii of hifhvax under the federal aid road act. The estimated cost of. these improvements to the xtates i about J 1 r, . 0 " . 0 tot. The f.der.tl aidf'- iorm au-cA.i 1- n.ore man ...'"."'. A Mna(lil urey f I"iol stCH-k. An inenioiv of commercial tock o : g : .i i n . i vrod'.cts f.o ur. nieil and other food heir.r taken ea.h month, j bv he bureau of murKet and the! ri!t pub;;hd in new mnnthl , Piv!i,'tior lled "Food .8,.r-'." t '-o sunri of Vilich i.4' ilretdv ren :;.-jed. The. mopthl" ';r'. ry , bcc.m April !. 1 !! . Coldj Morale spaor for Huttrr j and I j In view of the h.ay d:r.3nör for; cold ftora? ?p-e srounj: i',t ol K,ir ?hiprner.ts. th bureau of mnr Wets It makinc: ur e of paoe , u.aüable for the cM Morale of but ter and cg? throughout th United States. ' "Public HoatK' Ma?ainc May t-iw th birth of a new' I monthly periodical in the depart mcnt of agriculture. 'Public Roads , . , , , , Md h-V the offlc of ruour road, and rural cr'.r.r nnr Tt. Ii n.??r I , , ... oomr or incrr. uiiiratea. contain i"'-1""' i.vtiiuvu piunaru; w':,.r t, nrv.hm.tiftn r,a .k -,.1. actively ensasrei in tne construction 1 principal object of thr publication r- iMVMi.jiii ..i '.u:uiiali,es lesisnated bv tne of knowledge ar.d experiences be tween highway departments of the:t:x-s tG jnrif.vt thf property and 4S states. The magazine i. desicrned , rt.COrd? pertaining to their business. ;io :e a permanens ami com.uoiei information obtained in this man 'record of activities, and construction m.r , not to bo disclosed without under the federal aid road act. I- allotment fur cause of the limited printing expense the circulation ; has been restricted to federal, state, rfi'irtr1 ftiri:ilw fnrnPH - . - . - . 1 o - 'in mun xlcwV . ... . ,..litw- On Juno s. when the shadow will pass diasonalh the United States from Washington to Florida, the weather bureau, in connection with its investigations in olar radiation, or amount of heat received from the sun. plans to take advantage of the unusually favor able opportunity to study the effect of an eclipse upon meteorological conditions. Special measurements of the intensitv of solar radiation will be ni3de at three sUitions in i.NebrasKü. Idaho and Oregon xorts win oe mane to ootain accur ate observations of pressure, tem perature, wind direction and velo city, and shadow-bands at IS sta tions within the belt where the sun , w ill be Do percent eclipsed. The ! preceding month. The t uberciilosi control measures arc to be applied in cooperation with state authori ties and live stock owners, along three lines eradication of tubercu losis from pure-bt-d herds, eradi cation from circumscribed areas. beginning efforts are being concen trated on eradication of the disease from pure-bred herds. Condition of Truck Crop? Iteportotl. Weekly reports on the condition of truck crop in the Atlantic and! Pacific coast states and in Louisiana. Texas and Alabama come by tele graph from truck -crop specialist to the bureau of crop estimate-', copies of the reports as issued by the bureau may be obtained on ap plication. SOY IU;Vs YAIFAIILF, FOOD. Soy beans have been used and iiked in the United States for many vears in thowo regions v h-re they have been grown, and more r'.ently have Veen used by canncrs to some j focd sta nie, unlike common j legumes, in that it contains muchj Retailers or iarm eqj.pmcni are oil and no starch. Oil is obtained Jnot required to secure licenses, but by pressing it out of the beans. This leaves a press cake, which ill con tains some oil and all the rest of the food material originally present in the beans. The cake is readily which is of high ground into flour, food value and can be used in many ways in cooking. It has been on the roarL-et t r some evtent for a lonr time and used for special purpose,. Xh r;tl'.nl' cUma- ,. v f.a.ltion of May 14. 191 S. bringing under It is now becoming a common food stuff in some localities, one which is well worth knowing and using. Experiments with the soy bean flour in the experiment kitchen of the office of home economics. 1 nited States department of agriculture, I ,how that palatable dishes c an be lTlkde Hy using it as one of the m- .gedient Tested recipes using soy rean four are ;in 1.1 scre'arys circular II.. iust issued by the de. pa: tment. op: ill r.e -erst Tree cn request from division of publica' tior.s. United ?Late? jpanment arriculture. Washington. D. C. of 1NMAVA. e i n c' ,ljnc Drrn The week cf June " ' eslsrnated a. Rooster neek for In- diar.a. Kvery rooster should be either killed. ; old or cooped for the the summer, so that remainder of the eggs marketed will be infertile. Fertile eggs caue j waste, and wasting food is unpatriotic. Along with the campaign to rid poultry flocks cf roosters poultry urged to j wner and consumers are eoTra!e in preserving for net ra of in- winters ne at least one fertile egs. Recording to the follow Mrri:i; iiantii rorn:i HilAV, aiu: All foreign matter removed by rnr improved pro-es of rotir. c. The bitter chaff removed hv tenner in grirnjp soj-j d;"ee ith pen.i '7rTe Ranch. I ' N. i M;eh. Adv. DEALERS IN 'FARM TOOLS MUST HAVE LICENSE TO SELL T!ip pro. dfr.t. by s.J nod Ma.' 1 4. 1 MS a proclamation . requires all in- j divi-iuaU. partnerships, .i.-fuc.dtionji and i -r r porauons. except those sre- ! r:ri' all.v exmptd b- tne food con-: troi act, enpraued m the lmporta-j tion. manufacture, yf'rar and als-I tribution tiol. uteni;.. imple- mcr.tJ, mrc.hinerv and certain other . farm eqjipmont, to i lKrnOJ. not ,at ,r than Ju re federal j June 1 'J IV. 1 , 4 nr rcretar- o: agriculture ist he fcretarv of agriculture , dlret.lfe1 to f.arrv o jt t.Tf" provisions uuired to furnish information re- , rdln- tnc.ir hurir.e54eft henever it ,s thou?ht necC5Mr. ,t is thou?ht neccswn' r' represent- secretary. nd muft permit such repreenta- authority. Unjust profits. resales vcithin iho trade without reasonable ( justiticatiun. attempts to monopolize. j unreasonable increase of i ...irfii, 9 n nr.li ac pric-s or restriction of supplies, and wilful aste of farm equipment are pro hibited. Also, licensee are forl id- moon'Sjden to sell farm equipment to per across ' sons, known to have violated the food control act. Applications tor licenses must be mad'4 to the law department, license division, United States food admin istration, Washiricrton, D. upon lorms prepared for that purpose. To assist in the enforcement of the regulations, the secretary or j agriculture appointed Junius F. I Uook of New York a assistant to the secretary. Mr. Cook is to act as thfl immediate representative of the secretary m the execution of the powers conferred upon th secre tary of agriculture by the president's proclamation. IDISEASE IN SWINE IS LOWEST IN MANY YEARS The death rate in swine from all diseases for the vear ending March. Id5. announced by th? United States department of agriculture as 42.1 per l.OOO. is the lowest in Z' vcars. acordinr to the record? kept during that period. This unprecedeniedly low rate of mortality presents a preat contrast with those of earlier periods, partic ularlv with the losses of i;'".S per l.CC'O in 1SS7, 144 per 1.000 in 197. and IIS.? per 1,000 in 1!U. years marked bv severe outbreaks of hog cholra. This is even a remarkable I reduction from the normal low rate I of loupes which has remained slisht i lv- .v'.." 00 per. 1.000 vthen the dis ease was b.iit. orevalent. The approiniat- yimbcr of hogs ion nana January j, 1 1 , as , 1.- for the year en. ling March, 191V. therefore represented approximate ly .1.000,000 of thcJe animals, equiv alent to the consumption of pork and pork products by the entire population of the United States for 1:17 for days. These recent losses should he compared with that of 7ooo,ooo hogs in 1914. whih curtailed pro duction to the extent of the national consumption for that vear for Z" days. The marked redir tion in th; looses of in in oer pre ceding periods, in view of the fact that 90 per cent of the.-e losses are due to ho- cholera, indicates clear ly the beneut from the combined efiorts of state and federal agencies in protfvtinz the farmer:-, against the ravages of this e.v:eedinglv fatal tliaease. IMPLEMENT DEALERS DO NOT REQUIRE LICENSE Uiey nil.l MOL piU.UCll. rti ei. iuin.- ment issued by the United Stafes de- partment of agriculture today ex plaining certain features of Tres't Wilson's recent proclamation estab- .hing a licensing synem for the farm-implement trade. The provisions of the food control I net of Aug. 10, 191.. under wmcn license the manufacture, importa tion, distribution find storage of i tools, implemer.t. machinery and f L V I Ui i II Uilirr Iii - in rnii'ihriiL, r - presiy exempt retailers as such from the licenin? reoutrements and' define a retailer as "'a person, eo partner?h:p. firm, eorporation. or s- oication nt er.garinr in th whole- sale business whose gross c do not eie'd $ fln.fUn"v per ann im." lioTe'er. :mder the prvifior of the food control act. retai'e-? nil! not allowed to prouder; under the regulatior. issued with the pre- iderit's proe! mixtion retaiier en .cin? in s ich p-ac!.c v i T T nor. be .-hie to .secure a supply of frm equipment. The recuUt:or.F prov-1 'that a , cene rha'.l not, without the e-rp-ess sanction of the secretary of a-ri-j culture, sell any farm equipment to j any pert-on engaged in the husincs of selling or utilizing such equip menj. if the licensee has knowledge that' such person, after the regula tions beeanie ffcive. has violated ' the p.-ovis-;or. of the food control i act hy making an u-ijust or unrea sonable rate or charge m elling or otherwise handling o dealing in ich e.u,p;i.t-nt r bv holding, con iiactms f.'f". or ir-.tn:nz f a ;uantit :n c of the r :m ue :e.; ; '. r i n e n t of h ' '. n for ue r r.e r- h:m 'r a i s r..i Pi'int"! i hi"i nd vster foinrs'ric l-'v- T .vr. e" Tri't Monday. dio. ' Parnv bull 4 570-1 Adt You will Courteous ii d xrer:er.v-ed Record Sasraopl ull .r.d "tlie Record rn want In wxcvn'." Read Page 3 2C should bring you ' fr- r s" T f IT-, ,s-. "Ttr',.rev--'' ir. J T mwi vArtr ;tiv rvv mmm i 1 mml. KM mmmtn mm ' t mm m fx v ir : It 4vv bsrssm l-eCr:-, is V l wwmWmi ' r--' kr t 3 I .r l I h' : ".ii.l w nsJ-'ßH u mm come :u it K7--n v & p i fi : l: It yy w " - South Bend Market, iRiN a nt rrr.n. (Correctcl Pallj by .J. AV. Burrell. Starr Mill, ll.vdraulie At.) W1IF.AT-PdTins 2.0) per hti. OAT'S raring K-; hclhug SI per bu. KVi; I'av'ing .fl.S) bu. 1JR AN--Sel!'ng. .160 p-r hundred. M!ni"LI;.S-S-liii)r. -2 per ti-inflred. CUUl'l'KD FULL' telling. HZ') per cw t scratch ri:i:n-foiling. $1 rpr t. If AY, eT RAW AM) 1TF.I. (Corretrt Daily hy the AVe'lev lillrr Flour and Y eed Co.. i20 . Mith Ifan hU) TtAX Parlnr. seMIng ?L"s to -."A STR A V.' Paying. flO per ton; uHling. 7i- per bale. OATS Pa vine. !"V: frdling. 1.10. S1ILXL I 'OH.N-l'aying. fl.7",;, selling. 12 KAU XRN Payiug. $1 "liing. TIMOTHY SEEP raring. ?i per el line. per hu ALI ALA r shLP-tMoaum jrron cllinir. 5Uj rf Uli. CLcVi:R S LI L L F '! v i d g . bu ; iell tnjr $22 SOL BI:ANS Selling. 175 bu. COW I'UAS Sellii.g. $17.'. bu. ljvi: STOCK. (Corrected Dally by Major Uro., h Lo- pin hU. MIshawaLa.) rjEAVT TAT STKEHS I-air to good. kPy pHfiie. y(ftlUC liOÜS K ?!-' its.. I.V.; 1 'JOG 1.7 lbs., l'-'il l.'Jv2.1.V i:k'.i1ho lbs., 10';4-; im up. IO-. " provisions. (Corretrd Dally by 1. W. Mueller, 21? K Jefferson Hltd. Vr:(iF;TABLI--Ne ;'JtLern pM tue. li Ib.; uld p'itJtoes. pajinz. , fee: bug. vc bushel. 4Mrj jer uoz ; !' rroL.s. zy, kt'tt:-:r am r;; -vin.frr ter. paring. . ; seihiij lv; -g A- ci j Lg. dot. k I.EDS. ((erre4tfd 1 m i t l Mirtifr riff. ?el tore. II F. ne J-t.) TiMuiin 4''74.7r. REU LOVLK-l?52?2. white i Li .vi:r: -v::. ALsn;i: 14 .v.!? si .;-. ALFA Li "A -ltl SWELT c Tj Er;--?itgiK. COW l'EAS-H 7i?7 pc)V VIF.ANS SCV.S.' 1,0 BELT tiKASt FIEL3 I'tAS Jl.VV-75 M I LI. ETT 7.". ( ; K P MA N M I L L Y.'l v: .75 TATA M'E MILLHT 2 V-JI 1LX. Mi 1 0 1 U C LU T: K t-O'i $ TOILTRV AND MEATS. CCorTx-ti Dally ly .llxnmle' Market. 123 L. Jffferson lild.) 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