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PICTORIAL sECTION, MOUNT PI'LAK! TIME-NE'S PAGI'; 'rlllE MRS. EDITH MOSIER adds e cb.arminq smile es she models one of her newest fall styles et SPURGEON'S in Lincoln. The hat is e slde-flare felt cloth which is very popular this sea- son. She says, "The dress is a brand new model, too." to leave unt Pulaski, )ht three were North HELLO, FOLKS  Dcky Brown is the thirteen months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown of Latha. and the qrandson of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Kerschner of Latham, and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Brown of \\;Vgrrensurq. Itl s.EER 00Ao,c is the enthusiastic praise for I]dmiratn 3-Threads MYERS BROS. H. F. Talmaqe Save Work, Feed and Storage Space THE OIILV mILL THgT I. Chops and Stores Cured Hay Crops 2. Cuts Better EnsilageStore 20% Added Tonnage in the Same Silo 3. Se,oarates Beans, Peas and Corn 4. Grinds Ear CornGrin:ls Small Grain Uniformly 5. Chops, and Stores Sheaf Oats from Field to Mow 6. Chops, Stores Cured Fodder Crops 7. Makes Mixed Feeds 8. Puts up Grass or Molasses Hay Silage