ASSUMPTION FARMERS PLANNING TO BUY GOOD DAIRY CATTLE ASSUMPTION. April 7. Following the dairy meetings that have been held here, a number of farmers have become interested in getting good milk cows. Some of them want jer seys and others prefer holsteins. Two committees were appointed at a recent dairy meeting to see about buying cattle. R. R. German, Jesse Bottrell and Alfred Branyan went to Fayette and Crawford counties to buy cows, but returned empty hand ed. reporting prices too high to suit them. Otis Bassler, Maurice Bantner and Ralph Waoters are prospecting for good holsteins that can be bought at prices that farmers here want to pay. Charles Gamble has rented the C. M. Long farm west of here and moved his l'amily there. Henry and Carl bffleman are moving to Clarion, la., where they will work farms.