Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on October 25, 1933 · Page 8
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Ames, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 25, 1933
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'BUT 1BTTBB QT AMM" AMU DAILY FKECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS iMKi. IQWJ; wgpihttPAT7ocTom »~ins*.< ' T" ' " *^^ M *^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^—^^^^^^^••^•••EKHBI , It Ought* Be Good! By Blower unsportwtnUe *•* «M Utt jniioo COCKS bam the ttatt MC rf Hooked Rug Patterns You May Be Quite a All sizes, : I rt .._1_ All shades of yarn and embroidery j L-OVCiy threads, stamped linens and pillow ' cases. The Brown Shop 212 Main St. 3 Day Radio Show Thursday, Friday and Saturday Christensen Hdwe. your soiled and rumpled clothing, BUT WHO CAN TELL THAT AT FIRST GLANCE? Keep your clothes looking as lovely as YOU .really are. You'll find-it much easier to make successful business and social contacts. PHONE 231 Ames Pantorium a JhH practical bjr tome pitym. The deed is pafonned with roaiict utht, MM) fMMly by , Uocktr «i» I/J W no lU* (or dttt (MtbO. RuMi* I ** interference foe a fellow back nto the W, tU player leaves his feet, docs a body roll, and flap iw bet nto (he air, hop*, that ha Hybf cUm wf meet Ae fate of some charfinc bxman. Tfek unfair fortUltf the ww***. Tlwy don't IM!K ptnalbes stiff enou^i for thk type «f play. NUy an old-tme piiron put cam scars inBided by just such sort of aclion. The sketch Iwfaate* thtt example of poor sportsmanship. 125 Main Phone 12 i (410 Douglas Quality Cleaners Phone 231 J i If You Break A Leg, Thursday Luncheon Would You Call a Dentist? Tomato Soup with Rice Stewed Chicken with dumplings 35c Braised Small Steak, Swiss style 35c If you have the misfortune of getting your automobile body Baked ejaiKiaef Cako-! and smashed, call us. We have made pSd JSSi "So autoIDobile bod y rebuilding a study X I I tU, .rt. LFLJltS «Jt)t: < -. _•___ j i_ _. _ * Cabbage Salad \ Creamed Spinach or Escallop'd Corn ' Cherry Shortcake with Whipped Cream Coffee — Tea — Milk C. L. Dixon Drugs Inc. Ames Glass & Body Company Phone 53S-J Ames, la. Have Your Furnace Cleaned NOW! MADAM: DO YOU NEED TO have a package delivered ? If you j Guaranteed work with our super haven't the time or your husband "'"" ~ is using the car call 572-W. Ames Motorcycle Delivery Service. Sales A UCT1ON SALE: C-O N S 1 G N your goods for auction Saturday. We have a. fine lot of -goods already consigned for this sale. Parties moving away. Call 2338. -AutomobilM, Track* tor 8» sen-ice vacuum cleaner. Palmer Plumbing Co. 108 Hayward Ave. Phone 1091 Plumbing — Heating and Well Work PHONE 226 E. A. FOV Special Bargains For This Week Only 1930 Plymouth 4-door Sedan __$125 1928 Erskine Coach, clean $125 ' 1928 Erskine Panel Truck 195 i!»31 Ford Coach, like new $230 1931 Ford Town Sedan, clean $315 1832 Chevrolet 6-wheel Coach. with trunk, low mileage 5435 1930 Chevrolet 4-door Sedan __?240 1929 Chevrolet Truck, with 32x6 10-ply tires and farm box $165 Several other good buys Allen Motor Co. Chevrolet Dealers Phone 39S 5th & Douglas NEW FURNACES Gen. furnac* repair work. Furnaces vacuum cleaned. Eve trough work F. A. Gould Phone 527-J 312 Main St. SPECIAL Conv -Empire Day '29 Durant Coach $75 '29 Nash Special $175 '28 Buick Coach - $165 '30 Olds Coach, 6 wheels $265 '28 Hudson Coupe, very good $125 Hudson 4-door, none better $95 Hudson Coach $20 '29 Ford Coach '. $125 '29 Ford Coupe, rumble seat $105 '29 Ford Coupe, side mount —$115 YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Max Duitch Auto Ex. 1931 Willys 6 Sedan Six wheels, side mounts. Trunk rack. New tires. Runs perfect $285.00 Open. Evenings. Dodge • Plymouth - Oldsmobile W. H. Nutty Garage Phone 35 AMES 414 Main St 28—Help Wanted, Female YOUNG 01KL FOR H O U S work. References. Go home nites Write 2710 Tribune. 27—Work Wanted, Female WANTED: GENERAL HOUSE work of all kinds. Gooa clean work guaranteed. Both uptown and fourth ward. Call 2034. WANTED: . PRACTICAL NURS- ing. Day or night Red Cross training. Write 2708 Tribune.. WILL TAKE OFF SCREENS, wash and hang windows, clean rugs. 475-W. RELIABLE WOMAN WOULD like hour work. Phone 1464-L.J. CCCMS FUMNYfV* COACH PLAY1KT $AF£ oip you FKUUAS flvr ' wftrre-up i «OT IW 2 MAO€ A MW CMANtfS THAT siwr/Vx ME... BUT ITS STIUL P«rny GOOD TO TAK6 AMY CHAWCK 1NUUR1CS THE By G>wan WOtJWED ABOUT HASBEEH ASKWG POP YOU. rTT ADVICE IS THAT YOU NOTIFY HIS PM?T \S ,THW MR BWCTEB WT3 MU.WNe,HftS NO JS HEB WHEREACOUrS IS 1 AM JUST AN OLD FOEHD. POCTOC N OLD OF OOMN B*XTEv< «3 \~i, CALLED IN ALLEY OOP Hail the Hero! WHOOSH! I GOTTA err OVTA HERE BEFORE SPOTSrtE/ 6RAHDJJ/WK HE'S SEEN ALREADY.' OWf WHAT ?0f> ^ . vfd>w A SPOT.* THIS HERO , STUFF IS OK IC'D DO THIS EVERYDAY' OOOLA, AFTER 77 KING AND THEAftm 'ELL DOWN ON SNAGGLE-TOOTHED 5TEG05AURUS lttscell«iie«M New York Stock* Close Today in active demand, firm. GIRL WANTS Phone 271-J. HOUSEWORK. FOR SALE: HOOVER SWEEPE1. Excellent condition. Complete set of attachments, $22.50. Call 1906. SACRIFICE SALE HIGH GRADE furniture, rugs. Call 625. FOR SALE: A SMALL GROCERY store. Little Bros. Phone -196. FOR SALE: NEW 10x20. Call 233S. BUILDING, HOUSEWORK WANTED: EX- periencedwoman. Phone 411-J. 41—Wanted to Borrow 16 —Waited, MiscelUneou* USED CAR SALE All Prices Reduced 1930 Essex Sedan $185 1930 Marquette Sedan $215 1832 Ford Cabriolet V"-85 1930 Ford Coupe $190 1929 Pontiac, clean $185 1929 Ford Pickup —$95 Mathison Motor Co. Ford Sales & Service Nash—Plymouth—De Soto Dodge Coupe, new paint, tires $185 Olds Coupe, extra clean ?115 Chevrolet Coupe, rumble seat, maroon $325 McGee Motor Co. I-hoae 294 321 Lincolnway WANTED TO BORROW: $1,000 from private party on clear Polk county, Iowa, 160-acre farm. Write Tribune 2703. WANTED TO BORROW: $1,200, 1st mortgage on Am«?,? property Write 2706 Tribune. • ' 09—Fuel GOOD IOWA COAL Iowa has some good coal and some th-.t's worse than poor, Slate, shale and black-jack don't make good fuel. • • Our low? coal is mined right, cleaned, sized and graded. It's more than just Iowa, coal. Our d* liverymen are reliable. Gilchrist Coal & Feed Kellogg Ave.—Phone 232 IOWA COAL Benson's Lower Vein Also Ogden |2.75 and up. Foster Coal Co. . Day Photic 2180-J, Nite Ph. 285-W WANTED Old gold and gold filled jewelry^ bridges, crowns, etc. Charles G. Ray JEWELER 230 Main St with Dixon Drug WANTED TO «UY: FURNITURE, rags, stoves or whal have you Call 233S. CHICAGO fllE)—Livestock: HOGS: 18,000, including directs. Market active, steady lOc higher. Bulk 180 to 300 IDS., $4.25@§4.40, top $4.45. Pigs and light lights, ?3.25@$4.25. Packing sows ?3.25<^$3.75. Light -light, 140 to 160 Ibs., good and choice, $4.00 @$4.35; light weight, 160 to 200 Ibs., good and choice,. $4.15@?4.45; medium weight, 2QO good and choice. to 250 Ibs., $4.30@$4.45; WANTED: DOUBLE GAUAGE OR building about 20x20 feet Good condition. Ptone 371-J. WANTED TO BUY: Phone 39F15. EAR CORN. TO—Poultry for Sale -Anto Parts, Accessories Prep* L/S Have >are Your Car For Winter Driving Heaters, Prestone. alcohol, anti Moran, Harold, Ogden Iowa's Best Coal Phone 566-W freezes. Cliff Roberson Garage 412 Burnett Phone 34 CHRYSLER AND PLYMOUTH ia—fit»»tT ferric* OWING TO THE PRESENT CON, dition this shop will gi ve a shampoo and finger wave for 75c, shampoo and marcel for S5c. Other work accordingly. Phone 227 Cadd's Beauty Shop. AT THE HEDRICK COMFORT Shop you can have a shampoo finger wave or marcel wave by an expert operator. Phone 1252. NAIVETTE PERMANENTS. EVA Rae hair tints. Allone's Beauty Shoppe. Phone 427. .Starting Thursday Range and Heater Sale Christensen Hdwe. , POULTRY — DRESSED CHICK- ens. Springs 15c per lb. Hens, 14c per lb. No charge for dressing and delivery. Woodland Farms. Phone 435. 85—Ap*rtnienU, FlaU CALL486-J Apartments and houses, close to college, clean, eat. convenient, priced right Chas. Miller, 132 Hayward Ave, . 125 Main Phoae 12 COAL: CALL 1392-W FOR IOWA coal. Hennlck Coal Co. LUTHER'S BEST COAL. LIV- ingston Bros. Phone 1712-J. 01—Garden Produce POTATOES, APPLES, ONIONS, cabbage, Acorn and Hubbard squash, pumpkins, sorghum and honey. Davis Roadside Stand, % mile south on No. 65. TWO OR THREE ROOMS WITH bath. Close to downtown business section on bus line. All strictly modern. These are extra large pleasant rooms. New, clean wall paper. For further particulars write 2702 in Care ? of Tribune- Times. FURNISHED APARTMENTS AND furnished dwelling. Phone 196 Little Brothers. TWO NICELY FURNISHE.) rooms and sleeping porch. 815 Burnett. Phone 1266-W. . . NEATLY FURNISHED THREE room apartment. Close in. Immediate possession. Ill Lincoln way. -Household Good* SEE OUR ANNOUNCEMENT AD on page 2. The Primp Shop Phone 809-W. US—Boslnew Scrrlc* Offend Furnace Cleaning We clean and repair all makes of [urnaces. New low prices on new furnaces. A. G. Speers Furnace and Tin Shop 25 Good Used Oil and City Gas Stoves and Ranges $2 to $6.50 Good used kerosene stoves, all sizes, $2.50, to new ones at J10.50 Walsh Furn. & Hdwe. $1.00 Dust Mop 29c 50c Broom 19c THURSDAY Christensen Hdwe. HIGHLY DESIRABLE APT. FOR rent. Brookridge neighborhood. Call 61S-W or 2356. UNFURNISHED THREE ROOMS, kitchenette and bath. Oak floors. 722 Grand. CHOICE FURNISHED 3 apt. Close in. Call 1274. ROOM FOR RENT: Fifth. APARTMENT. 716 APARTMENT. 522 DOUGLAS. Phone 806. WARM APARTMENT. 317 SIXTH street- heavy weight, 250 to 350 Ibs., good and choice, $3.85@$4.45; packing sows, 275-to 550 Ibs., medium and good, $3.00@$3.85; slaughter pigs, 100 to 130 Ibs., good and choice, ?3.25@$4.00. CATTLE: 14,000, calves 2,000. Yards loaded with strictly good and choice light yearling sieers scaling 1000 to 1200 Ibs. Undertone weak to 25c lower on all steers of 100 Ibs. and up. Yearling and light steers, 900 Its., down, steady. Yearling heifers up to $6.25. No steers above $5.85. Several loads odd lots light heifers $5.50 @ §6.15. Other killers scarce, firm. Slaughter cattle and vealers: Steers, 550 to 900 Ibs.. good and choice, $5.25@$6.40; 900 to 1100 Ibs., good and choice, ?5.00@$6.25; 1100 to 1300 Ibs., good and choice, $4.75@$6.10; 1300 to 1500 Ibs., good and choice, $4.50@$6.00; 550 to 1300 Ibs., common and medium, $2,75@$5.00. Heifers, 550 to 750 Ibs., good and choice, $5.50@£6.40; common, and medium, $3.00@$5.50. Cows, good, $3.00@$4.00; common and'medium, $1.90@$3.00; low cutter and cutter, $1.00@$1.90. Bulls (yearling excluded) good (beef) $3.00@$3.35; cutter, common and medium, $1.75@$3.00. Vealers, good and choice, $5.75 @ $7.50; medium, $4.50@$5.75; cull and common, $3.50@S4.50. Stocker and feeder cattle: Steers, 500 to 1050 Ibs., good and choice, ?S.50@$5.00; common and medium, $2.00@$3.50. SHEEP: 17,000. Early sales and indications around steady on slaughter classes. Feeding lambs Desirable white-faced lambs $6.40. Slaughter sheep and lambs: Lambs, 90 Ibs, down, good and choice, $6.25@$7.50; common and medium, $4.50@?6.50. Ewes, 90 to. 150 Ibs., good and choice, $1.50@?3.00; all wts., common and medium; $1.25@$2i5. Feeding lambs, 50 to 75 Ibs., good and choice, $6.00@$8.60. Following are Wednesday's closing bldB on the New York stock exchange: •IAmerican Can 90%. feeding American Locomotive 24% CHICAGO KGB—Grain range: Open High 'Low Close WHEAT: May 89 July 87^4 Dec. 86 CORN: May 52% July 53% Dec. 45% OATS: May 39%. July 36% 36% 91% 89% 88% 54% 56% 48% 89 86% 86 91 67 67 Dec. iRYE: May July Dec. BARLEY: May 52% 54% July 38% 381,4 69% 69% 53% 45% 39 36% 36% 66% 67 60 Dec. 49% 49% 87% 53% 55% 47% 40% 31% 37% 69% 68% 62% 53% 54% 49% i 88—Barns nod Garages GARAGE AT \V!!,.-,O.V PRODUCE J CHICAGO (IJ.E)—Produce: EGGS: Market firm; receipts 631 cases; extra firsts 20%; current receipts 12"@14%; dirties 17 BUTTER: Market steady; receipts 9,184 tubs; specials 23% (5) 24; extras 23; extra firsts 20% @ 22; firsts 18©19%; seconds 16% @17; standards 21. POULTRY: Market steady: receipts 24 cars; fowls 12% ©13; broilers 9; leghorns 7; ducks S@>9; geese 9%; turkeys 8; i young tur- " keys 12@13. CHEESE: Longhorns, 1 POTATOES: American T. and T 118 American Tobacco B S0% Anaconda 60 Atchison, T. £ S. F. 49% Bethlehenl Pteel 30% C. & N. W. Com ..8% Chrysler 41% Corn Products 80 DuPoht 7g% General Electric 19% General Motors 77% International Harvester ... .,S7% Montgomery Ward 19% New York central 33 Pennsylvania R. R. 27% Sears-Roebuck 35% Standard Oil of N. J. 42% Studebaker 4% U. S. Rubber 15% U. S. Bteel 41% Weatinghouse Electric 34% Standard Oil of isd 30% Cities Service 2% Iowa Dairymen Following More New Practices Dairying isn't what it used to be— at least in feeding methods used by dairymen in Iowa cow testing associations, Fioyd Johnston, extensijn dairymen at low State college, said here Tuesday. Figures in the annual report fo the year ending Sept. 1 recentl: completed by extension dairymen age both»last year and six years ago. Mr. Johnston said that further evidence of the value of these practices ig found in the fact that the Mttfciationa which have greatly improved their dairying and the owners of the 400-pound herds have made even greater advances in the use of these feeding practices than have average owners. Farm Comment •y MAS E. 0. ROIINSON Almost every housewife who can afford the needed Ingredients knows how to make delicious "Company Cakes." That is fine. But ao many of these ladles do not show the a considerable percentage of increase in association Twins. ll»i@12; On track 371; ar- 98— House* for Sale FOR SALE OR TKAOfc: AL.L modern 7 room house with sun parlor and sleeping porch, double garage. 3 room partly modern house, new building 24x60 with lean to 20x24, all on lot 60x256 ft. in business section. Good location for many kinds of tuslness. Write 2711 Tribune. rivals 114; shipments 630; market steady. Today's Markets | Prices Bid by Local Dealers •4—House* for Rent FOR KENT: VERY NICE 6 ROOM modern house and garage. 214 E. Seventh street. MODERN 5-ROOM Call 1302. BUNGALOW. FOR RENT: GOOD AI'ARTMENT. Dr. Prod or. Phone tit!2 400 Main 75— Vor Sale, COZY TWO ROOM APT. 939-W. with ciiiio. OH 3i AUTOMATIC HO—\V Anted, Rooms or Bon id WA.VJ'Ul): TWO LARGR. UN- id romus near hnslm-us \\TiUt -707 Tribuna. 101—Lots for Sale FOR RENT OK t>Ai,K: uOOu i.\l- proved acreage. B4K5. ft . * GAUD OF THANKS | our many Wft wish lo thank frl< nrt.s (or their kind nnd bran 1 1 ful (lornl offrrlnKs during our rcci'ni bciTiivi'mrnl, Aim. Solus J&nuttu aiij, iouulv. No. 2 corn 33%c New shelled corn 28c Oats 27c Hogs $3.S5 Cream, sweet 25c Cream, sour 24c Eggs, No. I 19c Eggs, No. 2 15c Heavy hens, 4% Ibs. and up —7c Heavy hens under 4% Ibs 5c Heavy breed springs, 4 Ibs. and over 7c Heavy breed springs under 4 Ibs Gc Leghorn springs Sc Loghorn hens .. 5c All cox 3c CORVALLIS. Ore. d ; .P>— Registration figures for Oregon State college have reachod 2.089. This indicates an approximate eight per cent drop this time. from last, year at SALK.VI, Oiv, iU!> ISft Rt,i(.p -rrlia, rompvinInK 13,536 TV; ,•!!• t- park .system was iu 1'j'^'j. members using "approved prac tices." he said. One marked increase is in the number of dairy fanners growing soybeans for feed, said Mr, John ston. Twenty-nine per cent of th 1.285 herd owners grew soybeans last year as compared with four Per cent six years ago. A corre spending decrease is noted in pur chase of feeds which soybeans re Place, Thirty-three per cent of r.s sociation dairymen used soybean hay last year as compared with five per cent six years ago. "This is one of the reasons," ex Plained Mr. Johnston, "why Iowa dairymen are producing butterfat at so much less cost than in pr. vious years." The records show that dairymen apparently are growing more le- £ume hay instead of merely replacing one kind of Ifgrnne hay another. Sixty-three per cent are using alfalfa hay ns compared with 39 per cent In 1926-27. Fourteen per cent are using clover hay, a comparative figure is not available for the previous period. Seventy-six per cent of these dairymen last year fed grain to dry cows to keep them in pood condition for calving and the following lactation period. Six years ago only 59 per cent followed this practice. Feeding of gnln to cows on pasture was practiced hy 78 P<»r cent, of association members last ye» r a* compared with 68 p^r c«n(. In the earlier period. Ralanced rations wprf foil hy fi" ix-r cent, of association members '««». year, No similar fljrure In «vnilnh'o for 102IV27. SI\iv.«.'Vfi cent o: those dairymen led sil i make the good, plain, cozy supper, family cakes, because she thinks they are not good enough for her to waste time and talent upon. But I wonder if they ever think- that it is these good, everyday cakes, cookies and buns which the men and children so often think of with the greatest joy? I still can almost taste my mother's delicious cream cake which she could stir up and bake iu a^ very few minutes. Like this: One or two eggs, one cup sugar, one cup thick sour cream, teaspoon soda (scant) dissolved in the cream, lemon extract, or ground cinnamon, to ta«te and enough flour to make a medium batter. Bake in a moderately hot oven, for crtam cakes burn rather easily. Raisins may be added. This makes good gem cakes and a little girl may make them. Eggs and sugar well beaten together. Commg time of year that a jello vegetable salad tastes good. Dissolve a package of lemon jello, according to directions. Chop fine, but do not grind, about two teacups of various vegetables, such as cabbage, carrots, cucumbers, onions (if liked by all) radish and celery. A little apple may be used. A good tart mayonnaise dressing may be used, or the salad is good without the dressing. There are many variations which each cook may find but for herself. The vegetables will need seasoning before adding to tie jello. may have a long start toward laying. So far one does not see many baskets of eggs oeing taken to town, altho the farmer much needi the aid of the pullets. Only a few hatched ones may pay for a special room to themselves. Polk County Sends Wheat Contracts to Henry Wallace Secretary Wallace's home county, Polk, is the second In Iowa to submit its wheat contracts to the A. A. A. and. the first to report a larg*' number of contracts, J. W. MefrilV district extension agent at. Iowa State college, announced Tuesday. The Polk county wheat production control association has approved and submitted 168 contracts. Thir- tytthree more will be sent to Wash-, ington as soon as signatures of absentee landlords are obtained. These 20.1 signers produce an average of 6,000 acres of wheat which they will reduce by 15 percent under the provisions of the contract. • or lath over cracks wind blows in upon Boys, by all means, fix a com- tortable place for the dog to sleep this winter. Maybe an open porch Is a good place, try It yourself and ee. If not, perhaps your father will let you have a Wg box to cover with sod and straw, or either one alone If properly fixed. Then some good dry straw inside, and you will feel better about your most faithful animal friend. Boys .can often make the work icrses more comfortable, by nail; boards where the hem. I know boys think that there is ilways something for them to do. Jut that is because so many things seem to be better done when left o a hand, boy than when Iftft to a nun who already has more than e can find time to do. Thtt chickens have rociovod loss ^reparation Tor winter laying, this oar, than usual Is no secret. Poul- ry on farms lived on the chtajxr lods rftifod on the farm.s, just as holr owners dirt. This l.« no! fht <?»t p.'epnr«tion pullets ran havo. be layers. On tht other hand, If •y lm<! fii .s!i, clt>ni) raiiK*', n.nd diaoase a/id \v ; >rm tree, they 100 Farmers Hear Explanation of Corn-Hog Program Approximately 100 farmers in ' the vicinity of North Grant school .' gathered at" the schoolhouse Tuea-'.' day evening for a discussion of the corn-hog program announced recently by the federal government. State Senator Fred W. Nelson was appointed chairman of the meeting and H. L. Eichling and EL. Quaife members of the Iowa State college extension service, and County Agent H. J. Montgomery outlined the corn-hog program and answered questions of farmers. Sentiment seemed to be favor- . able to the recently adopted plan, ',' and indications were that fanners ~ in the territory were anxious t» 1 sign up. 7. $ Climate Defi«d MONONGAHELIA, Pa, fliPJ Both climate and season were defied in Monongahelia gardens this fall. A fig tree and sugar cane, both products of warmer climates, were reported thriving in two gardens while seasonal laws were broken with reports, of a pear tree in blossom and a raspberry bush laden, v.-ith red berries. Tiny Gat Engina Model Built DETROIT <U.P>— A mod^l gasoline engine weighing 10 ounces, standing three and one - quarter inches high, producing one-eighth horsepower and turning 5,000 revolutions per minute, is owned by Jim Milhon. The boy's father, j. Maxwell Milhon, built the motor to power a model airplane. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICB OF THK APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTKATOR State of Joivft, »s. No. $632 Story County. NUTICK IS HKKKBV OIVKN, the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as adminlstnitur nf the esluto of Hnrvcy ii. Kan?*i* deceased, !ate of Story County. AH persons indebted to Kit id ''st.ue «rn i-i-i|ue»>ted to n\:\k(- insmc<!tflte payment : and those hAving claims as.Vn»t ih«i same will present them, duly nu~ thcntlcatcd. to the muierxlffneii f.»r iilUiwiimv. rtrul filf in the office of t,'i« Clerk of the l)i«trl't i.'ourr PKAKI, O, KANI-.s'fJ. DOKAN & I*>HAN. Attorney*. -v! (>elol)cr 3. ! 33; I.. K. DAVISSO.V. Clfrlc Dlmrt'-t ('m»rt. lish''! in V'f Am" liittr Tit! lir.-TlttlCK UClOSlT 11, U »!!•! It

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