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n v.ikly j:
wihed tt Two Sections, every
Tuesday and Friday, at Journal. Bulle-tg-60
Craven Street '
CHARLES L. BTIYIXI,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. "
Ofiifiiii Panar of New Bar an
tfraven CoantJ. - -'' ' - :
, SUBSCRIPTION .RATI.
,Two Months. , , " 3 '
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. tu Mouths.. .. .. .. - "
twelve Months.. .. .... u Lit
" JONLT tH ADYANCM. . :
The Journal it eatf aant on pay-In
sdvance basle. Subscribers will ra
eeive notice ot expiration of their aub
criptlona and an Immadlata reeponse
notica wU d MPrad-it b7 tbe
Advertising rataa furnished upon
application at the office, or apon la-
,al?r py mai-.-''':;--;','"''',''N-r'v-"',i:,:'-'
' nted at the Poatotaee, New Bern,
S. fi. aa aeond-eiaaa matter.
.,,4. V- - : III....- I'-' ' " , i
New Barn, N. C. December, 1. 191L
. THANKSGIVING DAY. r
' " For the days when nothing happens,
For the cares that leave no trace,
For the love of little children, '
For each sunny dwelling-place, ? !
For the altars of our father -And
the closets where we pray, J
Take, O, gracious God and Father,
'. Praises this Thanksgiving Day. ' j
For our harvests safe ingathered, .
For our golden store of wheat, ;
For the corn-lands and the vine-lands,
For the flowers up-springing sweet,
For our coasts from war protected.
For each inlet, river, bay,
By thy bounty, full and flowing
Take our praise thie joyful day,".,
It is verv hard in the minds of
many, to fitly associate to man's
. every day affairs, the true purpose
and intent of Thanksgiving Day
As the occasion to eat, drink and
le merry, and so in the enjoyment
i nf the. Divine blessing to add to
to the physical sensations of pleas
urs, or in the higher sense cele
brate by sincere manifestation of
spiritual happiness felt for the Al
miehtv's protection and material
blessings of the year, are so oppo
site in character, as to cause any
thoughtful nerson to Dause and
, ponder, which is for met '
The grossly material is so con
tinuously a part of the American
life that so called religious holi-
1 days receive scant acknowledge
men t The President, the Govern-
: ors of the states , each year make
proclamation for a "Thanksgiving
Dav." Many churches announce,
services for this day, and so both
the state and church, each ap
pears to have performed its full
duty. Man ceases work, attends
church service, those who accept
and observe the day in its routine
order. This much observance is
usually held as absolution, grant
ing full license to do anything else
irmtifviuz to the man during the
balance of the day.
It is this attempt to make
Thanksgiving Day an ' occasion
sneciallvfor man's personal grati
lication, that robs the day of its
true significance. Instead of a day
when Divine authority should pre
vail and be recognized absolutely
there is but a perfunctory acknowl
edgemeut Instead of submerging
man's government for a day and
turning to the Divine government,
there is but a secondary place for
- the Divine in the thoughts of man,
" while earthly affairs receive undi
ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT.
similaliirg the Fbotf ami Reuta
tingllte SUHitachs cuidDowisol
NOT NARCOTIC, v
; " ftpnttmt- , -
For Infants and Children.
The Kinfl You Have
m m i
tlon. Sour Storoach.Dlarrtai
FacSinale Signature of
New Bern People Have Absolute
. Proof of Deeds at Home.
It's not words, but deeds that prove
true merit. . .
: The deeds of Doan's Kidney Pills.
For New Bern kidney sufferers,
' iT.na M.ik iVioii- bwil rnnutation.
Proof lies in the testimony of New
Horn nooDle who ' have been cured to
atav cured;: 'i'-i.:.-.i.S:-:
P. P. Avery, 190 Middle street. New
Bern. N. C. eaye: "I have no reason
to change my high opinion of Doan's
Kidney Pills, which I expressed through
tha local newspapers soma years ago. i
got this remedy from firsdham " Drug
Co. when I was suffering from kidney
complaint and backache and it cured
me. I have had no occasion to use any
kidney medicine since that time..'' -"
For eale by all daalere. Prioe 60
oanta- Foatar -Ullborn Co Buffalo,
New York, sola aganta for tba Uaita4
Remember , th aam Doaa'S an
tak ao odtar.
tu i lsm arnjr u uuuuu u
Exart Copy of Wrapper.
Thanksffivine OffennES t'lVt
I O - - O N -.
Loads Groceries and Money.
Honor Roll November. ' r ; :
Wednesday morning; all the pupils at
I school were marched in the auditorium,
Each carried tha Thanksgiving offering
which had been brought for the occas
ion, Something like Ova -dray a joaas
of groceries and $9,24 were the final
results of the coffering.. There were
932 in the auditorium and one section
of tha 1st. tirade waa" not present, A
number of sons a were aung and re
marks, appropriate to the, occasion,
I were made by Mr. Craven ana Mr.
Green. The money collected was used to
purchase meat and in the afternoon the
offering waa distributed and sent
out in 64 packages to tha needy, for
their Thanksgiving dinner. "
Aa already announced, tha school
will have holidays Thursday and Friday
but every pupil is expected to be pres
ent and in place next Monday morning
... a -a tinmhap of tescners
IV . . . .
- h. Sf.. iwhara nama of one being
a..-mKl whloh I. haldin Ra eiffh on siswry ao iiiru..u
Th.,i. FrMv and Saturdav of thia nd bishops.
week. Reports for November ml
hows enrollment of 803 to date, and an IS THE
average daily attendance of 727.26. For
Nov. last year the figures were tsw
and 718,50. ' '
The following is the Honor Koil lor
l.r. Grade Char ea Clark. Oarner
Nineteen Catholic prelates waa ele
vated to the cardinalate in Rome, the
withheld, the con-
Manv thlmrs ao to Drove that it is. The
way thousands are trying to help oth
era ia proof. Among them ia Mrs. W.
W. Gould, of Pittafield, N. fl. Find
inir irnnrf hoalth bv takinflT Electric Bit-
sne now aavwaa uvuer iuusii, I
The Way Haydn's "Ox" Minutt Cams
to 0t That Title. - .
There Is no sensible reason for the
titles attached to many pieces of mu
sic, some of tbem even classical se
lections. Most generally they are
placed there as an attempt of soma
publisher to "boom' his stock aq3 sell
his goods. Then again, some peculiar
titles may have their origin In Inci
dents about as Important aa tha fol
lowing: .; -'. - . 1 ' ' -
; Haydn one day received a visit from
a butcher who said that himself and
bis, daughters - were admirer of
Haydn's music i and as the ; young
woman was soon to be married he
made bold to ask that tbe composer
write a minuet for her wedding; Kino
"Papa Haydn" consented, and in ft few
days tbe man' of meat : obtained his
music, "Not long afterward Eayda
was surnrlsed to hear this same l
nrt ' nla ved ; under bis window. ' Oa
tooklna out he saw a band ot musi
cians forming; a ring around a large
or, tastefully decorated with flowers.
Soon the butcher came up and pre
sented the ox to Ilaydn, saying that
for each excellent music be thought
ha oneht to make, the composer a
present of the best ox In his possee
sion. Ever after this little wnaposl
Hon wsa called the "Ox" mlnuet-W.
Francis Gate In "Aaecdotea of Greal
FOR FLETCHER S .
The alleeed vejgmen hf Id at TIous-
ton, Va., will be tried Dec. '8. ?
Choice LctN.C. SI
and Side Dacon.
Seeded Raisins, per pkg. 12Jc
Cleaned Currants, 121:
Fancy Citron, per lb, 25c
Fancy Large Prunes 13c
f Fancy Evap. Peaches, 18c
Fancy Evap. Apples, pkg. 10c
Large Sour Pickles, per doz. 15c
White C. Oa, gaU 12c
Fancy Maccaroni, . 10c
Verv Best Flour, oer lb. . 3c
Pure Spices and Flavoring Ex
tracts, Codfish, Irish Potatoea,
. Sweet Potatoes, Best sugar cured
Hams only 18c lb. Rock bottom
prices on every thing in. the gro
cery line.'' -V ' - -' v; V c . . :,
YOURS FOR CASH ONLY
41 Middle SI
the innui mmmmV. taaa am.
tarn ahA now
fiiihArt Tnadala DuVal. David Davis, Urafhara. to take them. "For years
Khart AMredo-e. Char les Buford. Kea- II aufferea wnn siomacn-BDu iuur.
the Journal, that if this road had
been prepared in advance, there
would have been 500 more people
from that section to attend the
Agricultural ; exhibit here last
Hare is a section of country put
ting up money and assisting in
building a road that means many
thousands of dollars, annually, to
the trade of New Bern. It would
seem such a good business proposi
tion that the, merchants of this
city would rush to meet this trade
and do everything possible to
make its entranco here a certain
Or is it to be a repetition of the
Quaker bridge road t ' All this
trade going elsewhere!
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
by locsl applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and tDat IS Dy consiliuuoiiai remeuico.
Deafness is caused by an inflnmed con
dition of the mucous lining of the Eus-
tuchi.n Tnha. When this tune IS in-
flamoH vnn hay a rumblintt. sound of
imperfect hearing, and when it is en
tirely clnard. Deafness is the result.
and unless the inflamation can be taken
out and this tube restored to us nor
mal condition, hearing will be destroy
ed forever: nine caes out of ten are
caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but
an intlamed condition oi me mucuuv
We will give One Hundred uouars
far anv run of Deafness (causrd ty-
catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free.
P. J. CHENEY ft CO.,Propa,
Sold by druggists, price 75c.
. Take Hall's family pilla for eon
OUR EARLY CURRENCY.
The First Amsricsn Coina and tha
8riss Struck at Boston.
The very earliest coinage that can
nronerlv be said to be "strictly Ameri
can" was ordered by the original Vb
elnia company In the year 1612, only
8ve years after the founding or James
town. These coins were minted at
Comers islands, now' known aa tbe Ber
mudasL - For a period of more than a
quarter of a century after thls,.how
ever, tobacco and peaver skins wer
reckoned as lawful currency.
In 1645 the assembly of Virginia
met and declared tnst it "had mature
ly welahed and considered bow aa-
vantaseouS a quoine (coin) would be
to this colony and how mucn Better
It would be than a sole dependency
upon tobacco ani pelta." After this
they provided for tbe coinage of cop
per coins of tbe denominations of two
pence, threepence, sixpence ana nine-
nenc1 but this resolution was never
earrled into effect
The first coinage in America proper
was the series or -coin -mruc i
Boston under the order of the general
court or Massacnusetis passes aiay
27, 1852, the coins being three, six and
twelve pence denominations, "In forme
flatt and stamped on one side With tbe
utters 'N. E.' and on tha other the
value of the piece." ; t :
Certificate of Stock Lost.
mond Dill, Johnny Dunn, Shelton Lu
cas, Jamea Williams,' Horace Springer,
Carl Morton, Frederick Wbitty, Chad
wick Uzzell. Melvin Torian, Haba Nee-
aef. VhretU Crabtree, Helen Caton,
Elizabeth Cook, Thelma Cannon, Lucy
Dupree, Glennie Bell Gontier, Came
Louise Ward, Elisabeth Roberta, Sarah
Holland Heater. Jeannette Land, Julia
Bell Lupton, Thelma Gaskins, Louisa
Joyner, OtUe Rhodes, Jessie Taylor,
Nannie Tyler.: '
Adv. 1st Lorena Jeannette, rred-
erick Boyd, Frederick Nelson,' Anna
Fields, Alice Flowers, Mary Mohn,
Lola Taylor, Annie May Lupton, Sarah
Snencer. Sallie Whitehead, Lillian
Smith. , , '
2C. Grade-Wilhe Rhodes, William
Dudley. William Guion, James Heath,
Elms Wataon, Elisabeth Duffy. Ethel
Batta, Katharine Bell, Jane Dill. Ma
tilda Harrell, Dorothy ' Ellis, Mary
Lewis, Sadie Wade. Nita BelU . '
2B Grade Sybil Dean Wilson, Mary
Belo Moors, Harriett Green Dill, Helen
Ruth, Mary Steele Brinson, Elisabeth
Ruth, Maud Whitehead, Lycurgus Lut-
ler.- V- :-.-'-'y - '-'v''
2A-Grade Swannie ., Smith.: Reba
Ferebee, v V: . '
SB Grade-Livingston Ward Kathleen
Nelson, Evelyn Lewis, Mary Bradham,
Thelma Bryan, Lydia Speight, Louiae
Shriner. ' - ; ".
8A Grade-Benjamin ' Duke,
Arthur, Evelyn Lee, Maggie Batta,
Bertha Fulford, Clarlene Knapp.
4B GiadeEatber Bella Newberry,
Chaa. Ashford, Daniel Odum.
4A Grade Nona Street, Hugh Han-
trouble," she writes. "Every medi-1
einal nsed failed till I took Electric
Bitten. But this great remedy helped
m mmHnrfullv." Tbev'll belo any
woman, iney re me oesi wmc w
finest liver and kidney remedy that's
mada. Trv them. Try them. You'll
see. 60c at all druggists.
' Praotica With WooJsn Lege.
Of the five cases In the accldew
ward that were pronounced cured nt
the aame time three remained lu th
hospital more than a week after th
other tw bad gone home. -
"They 'jad to stay," said an interne,
"to get used to their wooden legs. Ii
tekea some time to learn to manags
wooden leas, and most men wno wii.
THANKSGIVING IS HEfiE
and Xmas is not many days off, ai d we
have everything for your fruit cake,
also we have everything you want to
terial Paints, Oils
an, I. C '
have to Deir aloug with them for Un
rest of their natural lives stay In tut make your table suit your appetito, and
hospital several aays -alter uiey i t .
wii to nractlce atumplng around on we are glad to serve you. We gvaran
their new legs. - Ot course iney can
leant outside, but tbe man who bas just
onnlred a wooden leg feels ao awa
ward and la ao likely to fall down
and break the other leg or an arm oi
maybe his neck that we prefer to keep
him here so he can lake bla first lea
aona under our aupervislon.M New
York Times. - " -
tee everything. Suppose you give us
a trial order and if you are not perfect
ly satisfied we refund your money.
Nothing lost. Yours to please. -
The eight-year old son of Geo. Gold
en, on trial for wife murder, at Pitta- PHONE 156-
burgb, was not permitted to testify.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets do not sicken or gripe, and may
Leora ba taken with perfect safety by the
mmt ilaliciite woman or the youneesi
child. The oldand feeble will also And
them a most suitable remedy lor aiding
and strengthening their w.attenea ai
geation and for regulating the bowels.
For sale by all dealers, .
Broad Street Grocery Co.
NEW BERN, N. C
The Senate Committer on Inter State
Commerce will begin its hearings on
the La Folletie and other pending meaa
Urea for the amendment of the Sherman
Anti-Trust law Wednesday. , .'
Notice Is hereby given, that certifl- cock, Steve Daniels, Earl Smith, Mary
.t nf tock number thirteen, issued Griffin: Black well Waters, Annie rae-
bv tbe Atlantic & North Carolina Rail- man. Theodore Ferebee.
roBd Compsny for one share of stock to 6C Grade-Carry Williams, uiaoys
M. F. Arendell, has been lost and the Jackson, Eva May Scales, Gladys Sand
Representative Underwood, of Ala
bama. ooDosed tha initiative, referen
dum and recall as dangerous,
Prescriptions from all
physicians. Quickly and Ac
curately filled. i
Also a full line of Choice
undersigned will apply to said company
for a new certificate. 1
This the first day of November 1911.
M. F. ARENDELL i
BY W. L. ARENDELL. ,
MAKING EOAD8 FOB TRADE
It whs some years ago that the
Journal called the attention of the
. trorlB interests of New Bern, ; to
need of building or rather rebuild
ing what was known as the Quaker
Bridge road, that made the eon
meeting link of roadways leading
to Jones and Onslow counties. To
reconstruct this road, opened up
a splendid trading territory that
would have come to this city. The
farmers were i inclined thi way
hut tbe matter of good roads ww
most importantspecially at certain
periods of the year. This road was
left alone and the trade that could
and should have come to this city,
want elsewhere." not to mention
the building up of country stores.
. Another section" is now seeking
XrWn. not asking this com
muoity to build all the road,' less
than three quarters, but asking
that the Chamber of Commerce
take 'action and assist in placing
the old Walker road in condition.
so that at any season of the year
the farmers living In Craven, Tam
licoVaiifortjConuties a distance of
( tvvenly mili-s rn'iv c
QUICK RELIEF FOR RHEUMATISM.
George W. Koons, Lawton, Mich.,
says: "Vti. uetchon s , kelief fob
RheOmatism has given my wife won-
darful benefit for rheumatism. She
could not lift hand or foot, had to be
lifted for two months. She began the
use of the remedy and Improved rapidly,
On Monday she could not move and on
Wednesday she got up, dressed herself
and walked out for breakfast." Sold
by Bradham Drug Co.
"I sm pleased to recommend Cham
berlain's Counh Remedy as tbe best
thin I know of and safest remedy for
coughs, colds and bronchial trouble,'
writes Mrs. u. a. Amoia ei uenver,
Colo. "We have used it repeatedly
UIIU III 1111 UCVCI IHKU W ISIIVli
For sale by all dealers. ' ' '
Sir Edwrd Grey, Secretary for For
eign Affairs of Grant Britain, relieved
the tension over Morocco by his speech
in the House of Commons. , - - .:,
Senator Cimmins, of Ipws, declsred
himself for Senator La Follettte for
President. ' - -
Women tf tha hijneit type,
women of superior education sad
refinement, wtow discernment
and judgment jive weight and
force U their opinions, bigUy
prtiso the wonderful corrective
and enrativt properties of Chanv
Whin's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets. Throughout the many stages
i woman' bfe, from girlhood,
throngn tht ordeals of mother
,sl to the dedicinf years, thert
h t sfer sroiore re
- r ' 'it
Wav of Cstchina Flth-
Indlnns of Bolivia have a pecu'1
method of polng fishing. A writer in
the GerTsrblPH Journal says: iney
nut the milk of tbe 'manuna' or 'soil
-nun' tree, the sc ientific name of which
ia i think. Ilura crepitans, of the
..n.iiMhii ffpnnk for 'catching; fish. ' 1
went with some of the Indians to
lagoon In tbe forest, pere. fioating on
the surface of tbe water, perfectly
alive and yet absolutely unable to get
wC were flab of all kinds, Dig ana
.mnii frnm which they selected the
nw,t nslntable for food. The milk
merely poured Into the water, and as
Jt spresds every fish 'which comes In
contort with It becomes paralysed and
.a t. not affected as food. Moreover
- - i
tbe effect apiears o iu-i iur ..-..
Avm without killing the fish. The milk
Is also used as a cure for toothache, as
caustic and for tne purpose- ui -u.
MA, for wblcn B teaspooniiu
cloyed. As a poison iney mj iu
suit are pmurui. .
ford. Joseph Nassef, Berton Berry,
SB Grade Rosalie . Mathes, Helen
Simpson, Kathleen Ulliston Mary
Bray, Hilton Perry, Elizabeth Aabtord,
Katharine Boyd, ' Elisabeth Harrell,
Wilhelmina Rein, Stephen - Mitchell,
Helen Pinner.? r. s l '' v"
6A Grade-Mildred Whitehead. ' ;
6BjGrade-Tom Moore. Beth Fere
bee, Nell Avery, Mary Parker, Edna
Whitehead. ' -
6A Grade-Mary W infield. -- .--8B
GradeFred Cohen, Ida Gordner.
9th, Grade Mary . Gask ill, Blanche
GaakiU, Norma Styron.
10th Grade Matilda Hancock, Ger
trude Carraway. - i f
, Dmmd Man'a Taatti.
- Before artificial teeth were created
deficiencies bad to be made good by
tbe real article, so body switchers rav
aged the cemeteries at olgbt, breaking
up tbe Jaws of tbe dead to extract
their teeth to sell to deatl-ta for Inser
tion In live men's months. An army of
these ghouls , followed Wellington's
army. 1 Tbsy were llceused aa sutlers,
but once night fell out came tbelr nh,
pert and tbey prowled over the battle
field extracting the teeth of tbe dead
r dying, ; c;.' ;.",;, v - :-;Vv 'V
The trial In New Yvrk of Ethel (Vn-
rad and Lillian Graham for ahooling W.
E. D. Stokes was halted abruptly. '
The soeclsl train carrying seven
Western Governors to the Esst left St
Paul .: - ! v . , " -
A Por Pr Agsnt.
Max O'Kell was etceidlugly populsr
ss a lecturer, and tbe way In which
bis mother viewed tbe suggestion that
ber son should take to tbe platform U
worth repetition. Sbe wrote to him
from tbe native village which she had
never left for more thao a day to say
tbst she did uot think srjpearlng before
sudleoces to be reputable btiBlness, nud
when be replied that be bad decided to
do It and bad signed a contract to thnt
effect tbs dear old lady wrote back tbut
be was "still" bis lovlog mother ami
. Children dry
How dull it ia to. pause, "to make an
end, To mat ohburnlshed, not to shine
In nse-As tho' to breathe were life I
Tannvson. - '' . '-
SAVED CHILD FROM DEATH.
''After our child haa suffered from se
hrnnrhiai trouble for a vear."
wroU G. T, ' Richardsoo, of Richard
ann'a Milla. Ala. "we feared It nsd con
sumption 'It hsd a bad cough all the
tiim Wa tried manv remedies with
out avail, and doctor's medicine seemed
aa useless. Finally we tritd Dr. King's
Naw Diacoverv. and arepieasea ia say
that one bottle effected a complete cure
and our cbikt la again strong and heal
thy. "For coughs, eolds, hoarseness,
Wffrinna. aathma. erouD and sora lunga.
iU the most infallible remedy I hat's
made. Price 60c and $1.00. Trial bot
tle free. Guaranteed by all druggists.
Mrs. Alice Tristram Shanks, a sing
er, drank aei I in new jora, winning
it wai vermouth, and died.' -
There Is little danger from a cold or
from an attack of the grip except when
followed by pneumonia, and this never
happens when Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is used. inis w m-ny nss won
its great reputation and extensive sale
by its remaikable cores of cold sno
grip and can be relied upon with im
plicit conndence. r or saie oy an aem-
era. . ' " -
IS YOUR CAR BEGINNING
'. TO LOOK A LITTLE
Don't 'send it away
for a month and pay
some one a small for- .
tune t o have it re-.
. I will give you a
fine handsome durable
job in less than one
week, or a perfect Jot
in two weeks, at the
lowest possible ooste
I agree to use. Valen
tine b Varnishes
throughout e J They are
the moat expensive and
the best madee
G. S WATERS & SONS
NEW BERN, ' , : N. C
that she would tell
!nt;t sl'int It.
oo cma In the VI-
'A Clauio In Napolaon'a Wilt.
Peter tbe Great is said to bave msdt
a vrlll in whlcU be exhorted bis heir
approach as nearly as-posslbi ti
Coestsbtlnople aod toward ludJa, bu
the authenticity of this document hu
been disputed, and it Is shrewdly su
pected to bave been forged late In tb
eighteenth century by August voi
Of tbe genuineness, however, of thi
last will and testament of Napoleon 1
there can be no manner of doubt Out
of lta clauses was ss vindictive as tbe
testamentary Injunction f Queen Aus
trigllda to ber husband to have hei
two doctors killed and buried wltb her
The eitle of Longwood absolutely b
questhed 10,000 francs to a Mioa
called C'antillon, wbo bad been trier
In Paris for an attempt to murder tb
rrnke of Wellluaton. Tbe man waf
still surviving In Brunsels wheu Ns
poleon III. csme to the throne,' am'
Cantlllon was duly pa'4 his legacy
Experts report a $17,000 shortage in
Ihs accounts of the treRmiry of CbeBt-
er field county, Virginia, it is sai.l.
I .'. i t t
, ."A ne piece of cloi!i ray Loyl(
1 nr?ver saw you wear A Utter
lootinz suit". '
' "Yes, I am pleased with It. 1
Jiad it matfeTy a good mertl aiit
tailor. Tlie clolh ii one tf t' 3 '
We are ready to fill your
fruit cake order with all
tbe necessary fruits and
spices for a cake and at
a saving to you.
The best of everything
In the" line at the lowest
possible price, ; '
Phone 174 Middle St
Hyde Co. R. P. Oats, Burt
Oats, Hairy Vetch, Rape
Crimson Clover. Alfalfa, Hay,
Oats, Corn, Corn Meal. Cot
ton Seed Meal, Hulls, Rran,
Shipstuff, Beet Pulp, Dairy
Molasses Fsed, , Distillers
Grain, highest in Protein cf
iny stock feed on the mark-
U-33 Middle Et. Few Born, I". C
4 i i i.t n