Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on October 27, 1933 · Page 10
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Ames, Iowa
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Friday, October 27, 1933
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DAD,r nnmmtu. um, win. muff, < Kl KS AND HIS FRIENDS Stealing the Glory! , By ENoqpcr mili I—AWKNI»OMMe*to l»-M«»«f ferric* at A'* B. church Friday, Nov. 3rd, 2:00 on church lawn. Church appreciate donations of salable goods of any kind from all who c«n help. Bring articles to church or call phone 678. _ rV) marcels are deep set and lasting. Pboae S09-W. The Prtmp Shop. NA1VBTTB PERMANENTS. EVA Rae hair tints: Allcne's Beauty Shopp*. Phono 427. Saturday Luncheon Pure* of Navy Bean Soup Roast Leg of Lamb, Mint Jelly S5c Salisbury Steak, Chill Sauce —lOc Hot Rolls—Whipped Potatoes Baked Hubbard Squash or Creamed Cabbage Jelled Tomato Salad Graham Cracker Roll with Whipped. Cream Coffe — Tea — Milk C. L. Dixon Drugs Inc. MADAM: DO YOU NEED TO have a package delivered? a you haven't the time or your husband is using the car call 572-W. Ames Motorcycle Delivery Service. 14—BtuliMM Benrfc* Offrred Glass for Every Purpose We are prepared to take care of any emergency in the line of glass. Call^538-J Ames Glass & Body Phone 538-J Company Ames, la. 4—Strayed, Lwt, Frnnd Have Your Furnace Cleaned NOW! Guaranteed work with our super service vacuum cleaner. Palmer Plumbing Co. ! 1C* Maywart? Ave, Phone 1001 LOST: OLD FASHIONED YEL- low gold pin Saturday on or near campus. Calf 682 or return to 307 Lynn. LOST: WALTHAM WRIST watch, white gold mesh band. Liberal reward if returned to John Zanias, Club Caf*. ft—Ancttoa 8*k» AUCTION SALE SATURDAY, 2 p. m. at 400 Main itreet, formerly Olson's Flower Shop. A fine bill of nice furniture* consisting of nice, six piece bed room suite, nice eight piece dinnette suite, good Ve- loar living room suite, breakfast set, nice bowend bed complete, Kitchen Kook pressure stove, good gw range, typewriter, coal range, two large and two small mirrors, chiffonier, library table, nice oak table, six chairs, baby bed, several rockers, high chair, student tables, dishes, hand forge, and doz«ns of other articles. Consign your goods at once if you want to get theu. in this auction. J. A. Snyder, auctioneer. Practically new 11-3x12 Axminister rug, also 9x12 sag. AUCTION SALE: SAT., OCT. 28 at 2:00 p. m. Large consignment of furniture, usual amount of poultry, merchandise, etc. C. D. Knight Sales Co., North Grand. UHBoMlw, Trmcki tor Special Bargains For This Week Only 19SO Plymouth 4-door Sedan .-$125 1929 Erskine Coach, clean $125 1928 Erskine Panel Truck $95 1931 Ford Coach, like new $230 1931 Ford Town Sedan, clean $315 1932 Chevrolet 6-wheel Coach with trunk, low mileage _™ 1930 Chevrolet 4-door Sedan -^. 1929 Chevrolet -Truck, with 32x6 10-ply tirea. and farm box _-$165 Several other good buys Allen Motor Co. Chevrolet Dealers Phone 395 ,5th & Douglas ^SPECIAL Corn Empire Day '29 Dui_nt Coach $75 '29 Nash Special JlfS '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 Quitch Auto Ex. USED CAR SALE All Prices Reduced 1930 Essex Sedan . $185 1932 Ford Cabriolet ^"-85 1929 Pontiac, clean ?185 3929 Ford Pickup $95 1926 Buick Sedan 155 Majestic car radio, used 30 days $32.50 Mathison Motor Co. Ford Sales & Service Furnace Cleaning W« clean and repair all makes of furnace*. Mew low prices on new furnaces. A. G. Speers Furnace and Tin Shop Phone 162 400 Main Plumbing — Heating and Well Work PHONE 226 E. A. FOV Have It Done Right! Call 231 for good cleaning and pressing • Ames Pantorium Quality Cleaners ; 410 Douglas Phone 231 NEW FURNACES Gen. furnac« repair work. Fumacea vacuum cleaned. Ere trough work. F. A. Gould Phone 521-3 312 Main St. AMES GARBAGE CO. LEW COLS. Phone 2061. ----- SM—B«l» Waited, Male HELP WANTED: MEN, $4 TO ?5 per day. No experience necessary. Full, or part time. Apply to Mr.. Orrick, Daily "Tribune-Tinres office. No phone calls. 27—Work Wanted, FemaJe WANTED: GENERAL HOUSE work of :all kinds. Gooa clean work guaranteed. Both uptown and fonrtht ward. Call 2034. TO CARE FOR CHILDREN BY day or week. Write Tribune 2713. GIRL WANTS HOUSE WORK Phone 271-J. 41~\Vanted to Borrow WANTED. TO BORROW: $1,000 on clear Polk county, Iowa, 160- acre farm. -Write Tribune 2703. 44—Business Instruction EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY. For & limited number of students desiring a business training, we are making a special offer. It will pay you to investigate this opportunity at once. Phone or write Northwestern Institute, Box 143, Ames, Iowa. 38—Dogs, Cute, Pets FOR SALE.: FOX TERRIER pups. Purebred. 202 Sherman. 80— Fnel 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 Used Cars at Bargain Prices Heaters, Prestone, Alcohol and SUPER PYRO. WRECKER SERVICE. Cliff Roberson Garage Chrysler and Plymouth 412 Burnett Phone 34 Nash—Plymouth—De Soto Dodge Coupe, new paint, tires $185 Olds Coupe, extra clean $115 Chevrolet Coupe, rumble seat, maroon ..__.'—-——-:.—-$325 McGee Motor Co. Phone 294 321 Lincolnway GOOD IOWA COAL Iowa has some good coal and some that's worse than poor. Slate, shale and black-jack don't make good fuel.' Our lowr coal is mined right, cleaned, sized and graded. It's more than just Iowa coal. Our deliverymen are reliable. dilchrist Coal & Feed Kellogg Ave.—Phone 232 IOWA COAL Benson's Lower Vein Also Ogden $2.75 and up. Foster Coal .Co. Day Phone 2180-J, NSte Ph. 285-W Moran, Harold, Ogden Iowa's Best Coal Phone 566-W COAL: CALL 3392-W FOR IOWA coal. Hennick Coal Co. LUTHER'S BEST COAL. LIV- Ingston Bros. Phone 1712-J. COBS; LUTHER BEST COAL, $5.00 ton. Phone 627. 81—Garden Produce 10—Service Stations FOR SALE: FINE FIELD PUMP- klns, squashes Acorn and Hubbard, carrots, beets, turnips, pars- n>Ps, onions, cabbage, potatoes, green tomatoes. Jensen's Gardens. I hone 1770. Loyd's Service Station Alcohol — Prestone Winter Oils and Greases, Batteries 815 Llncolnway—Phone 2028 18—Beauty Service AT THK HEDRICK COMPORT Shop you cnn hnve a shampoo, finger wave or marcel warn by a.i expert operator. Phone MCCtSACUfiS WSOPPOW6MTS TWRCfc VARP UkJC, AFTER A BftlLLIAWt SHIFT/, CP0J FICtP MM 1VO MIMUTM TO SCOK JNOTMKft DOWN / lSR«t TWf CU>»WC*OW..-. a*T> A COUi1JE«frMN*f*<fcyiUMJi» A tyi* toUt « MMwta ml* m dhcl to • » Dwt IM? to l_ r, ft * w* * jy vi * » lootc B M epoi Mo md ttdy to tewe. Hie nnw, if the tackle . .uccwM, m •Wm lwm))r to BK pou^ dw |» ||K MWD. turn <rf rf* tocldt, »d Iwr**. ftolmWiK* are emw« in Aii ITPC «( todde, «d MI «i«y •W, b* *t toddv it dmtewi «* At %M cW» of At nutr, wd wtt Un* a tow Fluted in b fact 7 I!K tackle • nwie Un Ike nOfit Of Me. POP The Grimms Are Grim! PLENTY 1 , OLD CASHED IN,ANO LEFT ME A. FW.TRV TWENTY-FIVE BU- 1 . OH .•BILL I WHAT OOYA MEMT?HE CUT XOO OFF LIKE THAT, AFTER NUL WE OlO FOR HIM? AMD HAD N30UTTHE. wsposmoN OP THE THE CEUAP 1 . VJHW'S UP? MILLIONS. MPS. GRIMM CASHED HOME- AMD (s SHE SOCEl By Cowan 'TWS JUST IT-HE i HAS A SON 1 , CAN YOU TSE THAT WONT KNOW WHERE HE WAS, HUH? SAY, YES.WNDWE FJNCCRS OFF TOR HtM.NKHT AMD WV! AND TH6M HE LEFT AO.UTHAT DOUGH TO A. SON HE; 1 D MEVEQ SEEN! WE EVtHKHOW KID WAS. UKE T'CVEN THING'S UPWID DKT8ABY- us UKC DAT! MCAkSWELU IDEA," ALLEY OOP r~- Alley's Tough, Too! rM THE KING'S. / > MESSENGERS/ By Hamlin .. fOO TOUGH EAT/C'MON SOCK YA y'V Apparel .Shoes for Growing Children A very complete line from infants, shoes to size 8. rr The Brown Shop 212" Main St. THE BLOCHER-RITE S"Ctte. Phone 209 6-J. KOR- 7ft—For Sale, JlisceUaneMu FOR SALE: HOOKER SWEEPER Excellent conditions Complete set of attachments, $22.50. Call 1906. •-.--.. MODEL A 1929 COUPE, GOOD shape. Reasonable. Also leather davenport and small ice-box. Phone 399, 1110 Lincoln way. SACRIFICE SALE HIGH GRADE furniture, rugs. Call 625. FOR SALE: A SMALL GROCEP.Y store. Little Bros. Phone 196. WARM OVERCOAT,. .SIZE Cheap. Phone 733-W.' 40. ?•—WMted, Mlscellaneow WANTED 31d gold' and gold filled jewelry, bridges, crowns, etc, Charles G. Ray ,. JEWELER 230 Main St. with Dixon Drug WANTED TO BUY: EAR CORN 7 . Phone' 39F15. T»—Ponltrj for Sale - DRESSED CHICK- ens. Springs'15c per Ib. Hens, 14c per Ib. No charge for dressing and delivery. Woodland Farms. Phone 435. WHITE ROCK, MILK .FED springs, 15c; hens 13c. Dressed and delivered. Phone 371-J. HEAVY FRIES, OVEN DRESSED and delivered. Mrs. Sern Soren- on, 33F6. 29 WHITE ROCK PULLETS. 55F5. FOR SALE: CHICKENS, 50c. 1429 Kellofis. 82—Room and Board \\AK.M ril>bl£PI.\G HOOM. MEALS if desired. Phone 920. CHICAGO (HP)—Livestock: HOGS: 14,00, including 5,000 directs. General market slow, about steady with. .Thursday. 200 to 270 Ibs., $4.50@$4.60, top $4.60. 280 to 350 Ibs., ?4.00@$4.50; 140 to 190 Ibs., $4.2o@?4.50. Pigs $3.50@$4.2:. Packing sows $3.40@?3.SO. Light light, 140 to 160 Ibs., good and choice, $4.25@$4.50; light weight, 160 to 200 Ibs., good and choice, $4:35@$4.55; -medium weight, 200 to • 250 Ibs., good and choice, $4.45 @$4JO; heavy weight, 250 to 350 Ibs,, good and choice. $4.00@?4.60; packing sows, 275. to 550 Ibs., medium and good, $3.15@$4.00; slaughter pigs, 100 to 130 Ibs., good and choice, $3.50@$4.25. CATTLE: 1,000, calves 500. Rather hit and miss market practically all grades light steers and yearlings best action at steady prices. Lower grades predominating. Bulk $5.25 down. Best $5.C5. No reliable outlet for good to choice steers scaling 1200 Ibs. up. Apartments, Flau UNFURNISHED THREE ROOMS, kitchenette and bath. Oak floors. 722 Grand. FURNISHED APARTMENTS AND furnished dwelling. Phone 196 Little Brothers. ' TWO NICELY FURNISHE) rooms and sleeping porch. S15 Burnett Phone 1266-W. NEATLY FURNISHED THREE room apartment. Close in. Immediate possession. Ill Lincoln way. HIGHLY DESIRABLE APT. FOR rent Broofcridge neighborhood. Call 61S-W or 2356. FOR RENT: APARTMENT. 716 Fifth. WARM APARTMENT. 317 SIXTH street FOR RENT: GOOD APARTMENT. Dr. Proctor. COZY TWO ROOM APT. 939-W. M—Wanted, Rooms or Bonrd WA.NTfci): TWO LARGE, UN- furnished rooms near business district. Write 2707 Tribune. FREE ROOM WITH MEALS, 920 Douglas. 83—Rooms Without Board DOWNSTAIRS KOOM. PRIVATE entrance. 1106-W. 86—Apartment*, Flats G *•*—Household tioodc _ Good Used COAL RANGES $12.50 to $17.50 Good combination coal and K«S ranges _ tl260 ! Walsh Furn. & Hdwe. .READ THE WANTS CALL 486-j Apartments and houses, close to college, clean, eat convenient, priced right, Chas. Miller, 132 Hayward Ave. 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 iu Core of Tribune- Times. APARTMENT, Plume MC. 622 DOUGLAS. WANTED: SMALL, FURNISHED apartment about November 1st. Adults. Write 2712 Tribune. 80—Business Places for Renl FOR RENT 1,000 feet floor space at 213 Main. S cond floor, suitable for double office. Will alter to suit tenants. W. H. Jameson t»O—Business Place* for Sale FUK SALK: UOINt, ClA'H house, business and equipment. Phone 4S9. 04—Houses (or Kent Ku.v. ur-Ai: S.viAI.L HOL'SK, 2 rooms partly furnished. Call 2362-W. FOK HKNT: VKllY NICK 6 ROOM modern houso and gaiage. '.',14 E, ScUilUh Sil'eeL Bulk being; taken off other killers fairly active. . Fat range cows $2.8a@$3.25. .Bulls and vealers steady, scarce. 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 13W Ibs., good and choice, $4.75@?6.10; 1300 to 1500 Ibs., good and choice, ?4.50@$6.00; 1300 Ibs., common and medium, $2.75@$5.00. Heifers, 550-to 7oO, Ibs.,,good and choice, $5.50@?6.40; -common and medium, $3.00@$5..50. Cows, good, ?3.00@$4.25; ;common and medium, $2.00@?3.00; IOT? cutter and cutter, §1.25@$2.00. Bulls (yearlings 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/ $3.5Q@$4.50. Stocker and feeder ;cattle: Steers, 500 to 1050 Ibs., good rand choice, 53.75@$5.00; common and medium, ?2.00@$3.75. TRIBUNE-TIMES FARM NEWS Scientific Management Is Yielding Small Profit on Foreclosed Farms DBS MOINES, (HE) — S.,cientifc management of farms by mortgage holders such as insurance companies and banks is yielding a profit even during these -times of disturbed agricultural conditions,' a United Press survey showed Friday. The farm lands of Minnesota, however, are not yielding corporate mortgage holders an equitable return, the survey showed, -and there the individual farmer is best surviving the agricultural depression. Widely divergent views were shown between the two states in the farm return figures for banks and insurance firms of the two states. In Iowa, insurance men said they expected to make a profit of from 2 1-2 to 3 per cent on thdir SHEEP: 8,000. Few sales weak 11933 farm operations, whereas in to shade lowei-j "Early loc to 25c lower. Desirable natives ?6.50@ 56.75 to packers. Choice natives around $7.00. Slaughter sheep and lambs: Lambs, 90 Ibs. down, good and choice, $6.00@57.25; common Minnesota the Frist Bank Stock corporation reported it had "(lone to break even" for the last seven years. Henry s. Nollen, president of the Equitable Life Insurance eom- and medium, $4.50@$6.00. Ewes, 90 pany of Iowa, said: to 150 Ibs., good and choice, ?1.50 @?2.75; All wts., common and medium, ?1.25@$2.25. Feeding lambs. 50 to 75 Ibs., good and choice, $6.00 @?6.60. CHICAGO <tlE)— -Grain range: Open High Low Close WHEAT: May S7% July Dec. S5 CXXRN: May 52% Dec. 4734 OATS: May 38^/4 July 35 ?i Dec. 35% RYE: May 65 *£ July 65 Dec. 59 BARLEY: 92% S9% 89 ^ 54% 40% .-i L Oi * 8 " IF I Vt 54% S5 38% 33 Vi 35% 65 59 May July Dec. 52'.i 54% Sl'.i 48 50 Vs 91% S9 89 54 H 39% 37 % 37% 68% 68% 62 55% 50% "It is a notable fact that there are farmers who have made slight profits this year despite low prices. This is due to the difference in personality and ability of farmers. Some are better managers, and are getting along all right" Nollen said the Equitable expected to gross about 2 1-2 per cent receipts 1S@19; dirtie BUTTER: Market firm; receipts 15,591 tubs; specials 23 %@ 24; extras .23; extra firsts 20 J ,4@ 22: finite l£',i@19; seconds 17% @18; standard's 21. POULTRY: Market steady to %c lower; receipts 26 trucks, 1 car; fowls 8@11%; broilers 8; leghorns 7; ducks 10; geese 9%; turkeys 12@14. CHEESE: Twins, Longhorns. 12^4 @12%. POTATOES: steady. Market about . Today's Markets Prices Bid by Local Dealers New York Stocks Close Today profit on the book valuation of its Iowa farm loans, exclusive of administration coats, leaving a net profit of between 3 and 3 1-2 per cent , G. D. Fowler, vice president of the Bankers Life Insurance com- said his loans would show a small profit this year altho there have been large sums spent on improvements, including soil building. He pointed out that there was art encouraging upturn in purchase of farms. His company has disposed of 25 to 30 farms this year without pushing ^negotiations. . Another Iowa insurance official, who stated his company expected a small profit from farm management said he believed stfme Iowa farmers "are chiseling the government in their demands for relief." He said he believed some farmers applying for government aid could pay their debtg if forced to do>so. In Minnesota, an official of the Northwest Bank corporation reported that individual farmers were making ends meet better than corporations which owned rural properties. The .assertion was backed up by representatives of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., who said only about FO per cent of their farms made taxes and interest on investment in 1931. Farm Comment By MRS. E. O. ROBINSON My, what a frost there was early Monday morning. But that is what we must expect this time of year. Even snow should not come as much of a surprise. Of course snow now would soon go off, but it would be very unpleasant for corn husking. Many women who are helping to husk would be especially discommoded by snow. YORK IU.PJ — Following No. 2 corn ____ ............ 34c j af e Friday's closing bids on the Old ear corn •• — 32c New ear com 2(5 l /z c New shelled corn 2S^c Oats 27V,c Hogs S3.S5 Cream, sweet 25c Cream, smir 2-Jc Rggs. No. I 19t Eggs, No. 2 • • J " )C Heavy hens, 4iA Ibs. and up —7c Heavy hens undei -I Is 1I)S ^ c Heavy breed siirings, -I l^s. and over 7c Heavy breed springs under 4 Ibs. fic Leghorn springs ^ c Leghorn hens .. ^ c All cox 3o PRODUCE CHICAGO U',i:> I'nK/.if': KGOS: Marlce: ilnr.: rectlpts CM euaos; extra flr.sls :'l; eurrent New York stock exchange: American Can American Locomotive 24 American T. and T American Tobacco B Anaconda Atchison, T. & S. F 50% Bethlehem Stool 29^ C. & N. W. Com S Chrysler .. ...41% Corn Products " s u DuPont .... 78^, General Electric l!>% General Motors 2S International Harvester .. 38 Montgomery Wnrd '^ New York Central S-H Pennsylvania K. R '- )fi ** Soars-Koobuck .....'ISVi Standard Oil of X. J ^% KUidobnker •>% I'. S. Rubber T'. S. Shol WoKtingljonac Klocirlc ?5 jstrjj.lnnl Oil of Iml 2!!'.* Clllos Service 2Vi If the weather should stay reasonably good during the corn husking vacation, some farmers would be almost thru husking. The boys and girls go at it with a good deal of pep. According to the report the Kelley Community fair was a great success. That is certainly a fine thing for the whole neighborhood. It helps in a community spirit to pet together on such an enterprise. Then the young folks are learning to conduct such affairs in their future neighborhoods. Prizes too were worth working for. Kelley folks begin to look forward to next year as soon as one [air is over. Well here is that walnut pinoche recipe which so many liked. Three (•UPS brown sugar, one cup sweet milk, one tablespoon butter, one teaspocntul vanilla, one third teaspoon salt, onv- cup chopped walnut nuats. Mix brown sugar and milk and cnok, stirring cnstantly until the mixture forms a soft ball whou tried In cold water. Remove from heat and add butter, vanilla and salt and f.rt aside mall tho pan feels cool to touch. Tin n beat until the mixture begins U> ketp shtit-c, then add walnut kern«U and pour in buttered pan to cool. " Just for everyday, taks a cup ot" sorghum, a pinch of salt, a teaspoon of butter and a cup of nut ^ meats. Black walnuts are good. Cok sorghum nntil It threads, with •. salt and butter added. Then beat '. or pull until light colored. Put.the j nut meats in buttered pan and pour-, or lay the taffy upon them, j-y; What a job it is to get ready, for 5. winter. But how well worth w.Jiile, .-,. Everything will taste so good when the cold weather comes, and everything will be needed if' prices , continue to soar, of things which must be bought. Dry corn meal is sometimes used at home for cleaning furs. Some-; one told me that corn meal moistened with good, clean gasline, F would clean furs much more easily ;• and quickly. This should not b«* used where there is the slightest bit of fire or lamplight Rub-meal^, into the furs very carefully, clear^ down to the skin, Let it remain for a short time and rub and shak»> out very carefully, so as not to in- ,• jure the furs. Hang garment oa t clothes line. ;•• Wliite, or „ light wool sweatertfi and caps are ften "washed" in dry corn meal. If you think tMs pro-v cess does no good just try it" and 'i then look at the color of th« meal Do not forget to give tho-climb*'* ing roses and tender bushes sornr- protection very soon. October has been so warm and pleasant that' one hardly realizes that the month";is almost gone. I get to thinking that climbing roses are hardy, be-cause they will not freeze down-' every winter. Then, next sprinf" I must go and cut out a lot of, dead wood and get along wftlr many less roses. What I do not'" understand is why seemingly light- wrappings will carry them thru safely. I suppose it Is enough tof keep them frozen, and that it is 1 " the successive freezings and thaw- ings which do the injury. Some of the fresh sorghum rnadr into taffy tastes pretty good, ir sme black walnut meats are chop-' ped and added after palling the taffy, it is even better. I Sorghum adds a good taste to~ many sorts of cookery. Pumpkin, pie, for instance, is better if a part sorghum is used for sweetening it Or all, as women used to do, is very good. Com bread is liked by many, with a little molasses in it.. You all know about gingerbread served , with whipped cream or without it. The main part of the, meal n.ay be lighter if such a "sufficient" desert is used. My father loved fried musn for breakfast in winter, with a little sorghum. If one chances to like it the fruit jell lies and jams are not called on so often. Children usually do like it, as well as do n.ost men. Perhaps more sweet potaic;f.s than ever before iiave been mffuci this ye:xr. Now 'now to keep them from spoiling seems to he th« question. ! am told that, where squashes ktep \Vell, sweet potaU eg will be safe. A dry, rather warm room. One man said ho kept Ms near the furnace. One woman n»ld she kept hers in an upstair* do»«l next to tius chiiune). READ THE WANTS

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