Violet and Frankie Cafe

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Violet and Frankie Cafe  - Causing' Borah States kJtta/CO Streets ndHhern...
Causing' Borah States kJtta/CO Streets ndHhern man district bodies 11 Tariff Debate Be Cut ).wpmbji, Mr., and Mrs,, Charles SanUy, (ho former owners were obliged' to [give up the business due to 111 health (of Mrs. Sandy. They will live at Plat' Plat' nor for the present. ) The new owners plan to run an up to date business and will specialize In Sunday chicken dinners. toda' beau me six an in few was north year Mrs. shot who a was Week Mrs. have a barn end just LaSalle. In tho Canadian near de The (-Associated Press) By D. H A R O L D O L I V E R . (Associated PressTS'taff Writer.) ' Washington, Oct. 13. -- Senator -Borah, -Borah, of Idaho, leader of -the republican Independent group In the senate, said .. today the tariff bill could be disposed i of in ten days- "if those who assume -to be In charge will consent to have Hoover To Attend World Series Game in Philadelphia .{Associated Press) . , , - , . ,, ., . ,. Washington, Oct. 13.--After a'hur- it conform to the purpose for which, ri e d · re-arrangement of his engage- the special session was called." ment list. Preslrlnnt TTnnvor rtoMrtin tr. ment list, President Hoover decided to ly less so. The Independent group has corn- He will be accompanied by Mrs. Hoover, the attorney general, and Mrs. w it e h ouse 'ph ys i 0 i an . ' . The party wi)l be wet In, Philadelphia Philadelphia -by Mayor Mackey and will motor directly to Sblbe park for the fifth' bined repeatedly with democratic sen- Mitchell" Secretary' Hyde two of 1,1s ators to defeat provisions sponsored private secretaries, Lawrence Hichey by tho finance committee. and -- " " «.«.u.jr Borah said "Those- who are seeking Com to change the bill are not any more.. desirous, desirous, of remaining lit prolonged' session than those- who charge that wo are employing delay tactics." "But we intend," he continued, "to rewrite tho bill m accordance with the purpose for which the special session session was called,- "We feel, that we are well justified in \doing so not only in fairness to agriculture, but In the Interests Interests of consumers - generally." Meanwhile, senate party leaders,' confronted with -the almost impossible task of completing congressional action action on the bill at this session, will confer tomorrow in an effort to agree upon, a program to eliminate unnecessary unnecessary delay. ton was air. no for a was tion a ing Frasier To Speak at Morgan Teachers Meet Brush, Oct. 12.--The sixth annual banquet of the Morgan County Teachers Teachers association will be held in tlie Cen- ral Platoon school here next Friday, and more than 200 teachers are expected expected to attend. Special guests will be superintendents superintendents and teacher association presidents of Washington and- Logan counties. Dr. George W. Frasier of the Colorado State Teachers college will be guest speaker. The affair is primarily for- jetting teachers, of the district acquainted acquainted with each other. Hereford Sale Nets Big Profit for Wyoming Men (Associated Press) TJva,JWyo., Oct. 13.--Fifteen hundred nd eleven of cattle were sold here yes- erday at the third annual Hereford ale of the Western Cattle Sales asso- lation. The sales brought $140,000 to he owners. The 1,611 head represent 0 carloads. The top price was ?10.40, which was Quarter lower than the top of 1928. 'he present market price is ?2 lower aan it was last year, however. Bidders from six states attended the ale, but most of the., cattle went Colorado and western Nehraska. Cafe at Milliken Sold to Pair of Local Wome Millikon, Oct. 13.--The Milliken caf as changed hands again. This tlm Irs. Violet Nicholas.and lier siste fllss Frankio Goracke are the ne roprletors. They are both loca QUAKER MILK 3 PACKAGES FOR HEINZ FRESH PICKLES, 12-OZ. JAR COOKING APPLES 8 LBS. FOR COOKING APPLES PER BUSHEL : BEEF SHOULDER, PER LB FRESH GROUND PER LB PORK LOIN ROAST PER LB ; . ROUND LOIN AND PER LB 804 EIGHTH GROCERY PHONE 147 Free Delivery to Any

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  1. Greeley Daily Tribune,
  2. 14 Oct 1929, Mon,
  3. Page 2

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