The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 11, 1930 · Page 7
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 7

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, April 11, 1930
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TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE OK TRADE , REAL ESTATE [FOR KENT—House, 5 t. bath, .toy N. Main. \ or 42 .2!). FOR SALE—Good 40-acre farm; i —' well improved.'Roy Purvis. t£- P0RKENT FOR SALE 5-room modern house on'Green street. Loavell & Fuller. c-165 FOR SALE—A real buy; 120-aore farm, well improved, ?65 an j acre; ?2, 000 will, handle tliis ' deal. Roy Purvis. blocks from town, or 4438.' rooms and Phone 36 • • '! c-tf RADIO SERVICE—We specialize on expert service work on ail makes of.sets; full line tubes, batteries, etc: McJunkin Radio Shop. Phone 20X7: c-tf Very desirable 3. [ room and iliath apartment, , two Phone 140 P : c-tf j FOR RENT—Three semi-modern \ i furnished rooms. 317 .North! EPILEPSY CURABLE? Detroit lady finds complete relief for husband; specialists home and abroad failed; nothing to sell; all letters answered. Mrs; George Dempster, Apt. . B-92, 0900 Lafayette Blvd, West, Detroit, Mich. " . p-163 East. . Phone 11S1. c-tf , LOST AND FOUND FOR SALE — Modern- - 6-room ; house; large lot: fruit; priced j to yield 10 per cent on invest-j liionl; terms. Phone 2148. j c-Hi::: c .tf (TOR RENT—Part or all of C. J. j Kiger. residence, semi - mod' ern: large garden space; 315 N. Independence street.; Phone 4."6. Elks Home, 7 o'clock evenings, tf • LOST— $4 0 in large bills, between postoflice and May's Meat Market 1 ; reward. Phone 4467. . .." - p-165 MONEg TO LOAN TOR SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE—Fries. John D. Smith Phone 1SX2. ' r-irj FOR SALE—One reed baby cab itn good condition. Call 78. p-liMji j FOR RENT—Modern ijoonis; hot'j FEDERAL FATUI L.OANS at 5}& ! water heat. Miller Hotel. Tri.-, I)er cenl; pre-payment privi- | une Bldg., E. Jefferson St. tf.j j -. D g pi, ares ; . c - t f FuR RENT Kentucky —5 -rooni house, 122! avenue: call George: llrumiield at Moore's; ket. FOR SALE-—Comb honey. 0, lbs. j .1.00. Roy Cook. p-Hio l"OR RENT—«-ucre chicken- farm Plume 3159 st reel. . or call 5-1U Mill I ' p-165 j at crossing Windfall Hub highway; half of Hobbs: annual re monthly rental, SIS O'Banion. Muat Mar p-1.155 PLENTY OF MONEY AT 5 % Per cent, from 1 ito-10=- years, with pre-payment priviliges; best loan in the state; Standerford & Standerford: c-tf i pike on mile »west ual, $2(M): 00. ' I. M. . tf FOR. SALE—Refrigerator, porce- laili lined, 50 lbs. Piionc 4174. Call at 1H7 Columbia. 'l>-167, WANTED FOR SALE -- Mixed gladiolus bulbs. ?1 per 100.. Mrs. Alma Holt. Atlanta. P-1G3 FOR SALE— l.'elc, li^lu ])lant, same as new. 122 West North street. Tipton. p-104 FOR SALE—Piano, Globe ; range, round dining table, library table. 522 North Conde. Pliom WANTED—Wall paper cleaning. ' :T?ione 509. Ray Hunjter. p-171 WANTED — Girl for housework. Phone 2230. ' I : c-tf WANTED—To clean jyour' wall paper. Phone Hi*. Clatide Jolly. 1 P-1G5 4512. -IU; FOR SALE-—Two. corn planters, .one witli fertilizer-attachment: prices reasonable. 'William Kindling. c-tf WALL PAPER cleaned .satisfactorily; have canvajs: L. M. Clark. Phone 2295: j C -1S2 j WANTED—Ujtt"rdeh plowing, team| ing and trucking; we ilu_ it !: rig.kt. Flake & Plakc, Phono 55 or 424!). I p-104 WANTED—Gardens -to plow FOR SALE —Badenoch's babyj chick starter, $4.10;'' Sunflower j egg mash. $2.95; Reef brand j oyster shell, $1.00 per cwt .l --Fear-Campbell Co. " . c-tf (earn work. Phone bell Shuppard. 3249. ia:id ; A!:-164 MILK TIU'CK DRIVERS NOTICE .—hi -ton" Whippet truck, for sale: iiHidel 28; like new and priced for quick sale. .Ie.-:s Nor- ris.'Tipion. route 2. box 02. .! C -1G3 STARTED heavy breted chicks: one week, 14c; two weeks, 10c: three week's, 18c; jour weeks, 20c; sorted good be/ore selling^ hundreds in each age; all diTWg good: they will ijlease you; come; can not be shipped; open every day and evening. Hoosier pwn. Ind. e-167 Hatchery, Michigan! WANTED—Quarter horse electric motor. BockoVer. | ! c-163 FOR SALE—No; 5 Underwood; a real 'bargain at $35. Tiic Tribune Press. ° tf. . 1 ' ; WANTED—To rent FOR SALE Stove, library table,j" modern house or duplex, May 1 end table and mirror, kitchen| Mrs. G. W. Preston. Phone table, sewing cabinet, parlor | 1332. suite, rocking chairs, porch .swing, lawn mower and rugs. Phone :;i';v. avenue. 471 Columbia c-163 nor .000. NEW THICKS — -tarred. White an<l HufT Rocks: Reds: WMtP WyiindoUes: Buff Orpingtons, $12 per 100: J57.50 per 500: . SUA p.'r 1.000. •White and Brown Lesliot-nF. $1.0 300: J47.50 p<r 500; $90 per 1 . Add 1'' tier thick when. SO are shipped. 2c when 2». llenvyV. .encli Monday. 1 thorns am' U«avy"« r &ah WcdnvsAiiy. Hoosier CliieUs sire ,.Iamcsv.;iy !mt< lud. KKg 'f '.«i*K <-.ull«d In-art- hy luad six successive veal's, -l-icli "nrdi-r <»r «ruily sorted. Jp'irsti class chicks for ' first class price; Hoos!nr ! . Hatchery, Mlchl- pantown. Ind. WANTED— Hay, (any. kind'; will pay highest price. I Call Fred Leach,'Atlanta, Ind. Reverse telephone charge.. J i ' p-168 FOR RENT FOR RENT — 5 -room furnished apartment, modern. Will Zoh- mer. Phone 150. 1 c-l _5 -FOR RENT—House, 6 rooms and bath; E. Jefferson street. Phone 2208. p-164 FOR RENT—Storage for furnl-, jtttte,.^pianos, stoves; clean atifl idry. Phone 23. Kessler. c-163 n;3doal)le^an MISCELLANI SOUS CHEEK'S cleaner and liot injurious ^o ,iiai rics; $1 ! bottle mal Ions of cleaning pas liver; fine for house all kinds. John' A Phone'2592. paste soap; ids or tab­ es 15 | gai- te; iwill'.de- cleaning of . Schmitt, Crl69 . | Use Tribune classifle iad«, • i \ • -• •For Sale or Trade: 1 • coach; 1926 Oakl . roadster; 1926 <Doi 1926-Jewett coach'; • coupe. • f .1 • SEBVIdltOTI $28 Essex ind sport' ge aedan; 1924 Hup r • i v • or 6-room :c-163 FARM LOANS — Best krins in siate, 5 to 20 years; interest annual or semi-annual with full payment- privilege. Fielding i & Fielding. ' c-tf LKGIOX CAHXIVAL. I5ig Event This Month licing'Or­ ganized by Coiniuittees. Tlie' Legion i comniittees in charge of the carnival scheduled for the Armory April 23 to 2G inclusive are now, at .work on the details of this event. It is hoped to get' the .carnival started off t:he first night in booming . fashion and to keep up the pace until the final curtain. There will be valuable prizes given • away each evening. These prizes consist of a; floor lamp, Hoover vacuum sweeper, Coxwell chair and stool'and a . Croslty radio, now-ou display at the First National Insurance Agency in the Masonic building. The boys are promising enjoyable evenings for both young* and old. ' The 1.1. S. navy's floating' lios- pital, Relief, has on board 250 beds ffor patients; this number can be increased to 500 in an emergency. Tribune classi'icd ads pay. Her Romance Ties Music Notes to Bank N0R3 5«W Census EiiJtinieratbr—Ahe _yoii the head of tlie family? i Mere Man I (cautiously dlosing the door)—Yes. ! : Awful thought! .iSupposje. tlie millennium when at jlast it conies, ;s held up until ratified by the senate. .'I* '; KKIN-SHttOH. Ekin Sunday;school at a. m. Shiloh jSiinday school j at 9:45 a. m. East Union Sunday 1 i ... school at. 9:30 a. mi Sunday dinner guests Thornton 'and wife Iwere 10:00 ,df Ray Charles Lane and ! family near Kempton, Ton Martin and ^daughter Geft e and Miss Martha Mendenhallj of Bakers Corne^. Mrii. Alici Sini- monds of Little New York ai:d Robert Stafford and | family!. . "| •Mr. and Mrs. George: Hpli)ii|n of Albright were Sunday] afyejr-| noon guests of Mrs. L. H,.' Rajp and tiou Frank.. ;j : Sam Gunn and wife of Elwbdd spent pie week eud witli | tlie former's parents, Tdm Gunn aiiid wife."" . ,\. : !! Mrs. Fred j Coats I spent punday in Carmel with Mrs. Alberta Tod dlebam and son Beverely Dean: Miss Hester Rossij spent Fridiy night in Atlanta j with he • uhcle Iris Honnold j and family and attended the class play, "Cat Tales." 'j \ ' j .Henry LockridgeUind ter Cryiital and Everett Ki Monday evening in j Sheridan yri^l Roe King anil ifamily. : 1 M. M. Tucker and fairiily j , p Tipton and Elmer llStaffoij family were i the Sunday Retta Small and!son Waltfer welrq O'Niiie daiigti- rby attended conference Nat Hartfo City Sunday. | ' : Miss Ruth |'Kelly lot Gar the week end guest. of her pair ents John Kelly and wife. Miss Marigrace Fox spent Slit urday night 1 in Sheridai wi|li| Miss Roma Blanche Burton Vernon Campbell and wife jand Mrs. Joyce Parsons! of' Tiptiiiij were Sunday guests of R. H. Bur ton Hiid family. Guy Woolridge aiid \yifp speili^ George Fox and family Sunday dinner" in Sheridan with Mr. Fox's mother >Mrs. Andy Fox. Other dinner guests were: Miss Ella Fox of Indianapolis,: Frank Cummings and 'daughter Rose-' mary and Mrs. jlVillhoyt • pf Tipton, : Mrs. Cummings of Muncie, Mrs^; Clay Burton and Mrs'. Bert Hillock of Ekin and Miss Mary Esther Foster of Sheridan. ' [ ' j '•;''.'• George Thompson of Anderson spent Saturday night and!Sunday with'; his parents! Riley Thompson and wife. ' ! ' Sunday dinner.guests of .Mrs. Flora Enright and daughter Iva were Ed Enright and family of Arcadia.^ Arch Swing and family of Fairfield and! Paul Kirby and family of Ekin. jj .Miss Fern Oyerdorf ' was the Friday evening guest of Dorothy and; William Ulm in Tipton aiid all attended the jSunshiiie convention: ' . : . Sunday gueste of Jolui Roe and wife were Everett Hodsou and family, Cad| Goff, John McCarty and: wife, Will Thurston and wife and'Mrs. Leonard Sturdevant. Mrs. Alva Burton of Orange county spending a few days with her son W. O. Burton and family. Sunday'all visited Tom Ogle and family in Noblesville. Will Foutchand family spent Sunday rafternodn in Atlanta ,-wit|tj Mrs. Ella Hiatt; and family. Frank Wilburn and wife of Hobbs, ! Henry Mundell and Lawrence Ehnian of Tipton were the Sunday afternoon guests! of nt and "family neajr Little New ! York ' Sunday afternoon! -. j - ' "S-.Mis|s Florence' Burtou attended a Sunshine meeting at the home of • V.j Learning 'in Arcadia - Mon r day night. - W.i O. Burton and family attended Parent-Teachers meeting | • I' - f in Arcadia Tuesday night.. • ; ,< ' Carl! Longfellow |of near Litr tie family. Ed Carlisle andj Mfes M'arjorie Fox week eud with spent .the dinny fidi Al ffoxlelj Will; Fran 1 i II o'anc Oscar Hinklej-aiid wife and McGuire and 'wife of Kolco| Doyle Phillip's ; andj j. family Martha Beani of; Tiptonj T Kenneth Enrightj Virgil Peair son and Ted I Johnson sneU S IAJ sight-) .jj and ii. • of! El Miss Mary Esther Foster of Sheridan. j * ' ;* Mrs. Tom Giiiin and daughter | Marie arid Mrs.' Robert Norrick i spent Monday in Frankfort with ! the former's sister Mrs. Emma !' T :• ' • I . ! ! Lane. ' . j ' : _ !;. ,Mre. Agnes Miller! spent Mou- day in Noblesville. i • .:• ! Miss Alice Cook of Atlanta 1 i waiS the Wednesday night guest of 'Miss Ada MerleiMiller. Curt Sumner: and; wife of Arcadia were the: Sunday dinner d and: guests of Fred- Devariey and; wife! Afternoon guests were: Mrs. Ma- guests of Mrs. Hattie ThJDmpsoij; tilda McMuilen, Stella Gunn, Tom and children. - " | : . | Noali Henry and Wife , len Henry and family of K Mi spent Sunday in JArcadii •Wid. Burton and family. Sunday dinner. guests hi Mil ui day night | and Sunday seeing in Illinois— 1 • • Pearl Miller and! family Walter Beam. and : family wood spent Sunday with Mri Hetty. Cop pock atfd sou Willlauil Mtt-n Maxine Moon spent .Sat urday night {and -! Sundajj Miss Deloris jCarmack of] smith. '•,•:! • ;!. i i- • -i ; Dickey of Arcadia; Ray Deyaney, ; Alice Ball and Mrs. Maude Lower "of Indianapolis, Wesley Shaffer j aiid wife and ;|i Mrs.;- Catherine • Brenne.r of Albright and Roma ^ Henry and wife, of Tipton. : Mrs. Belle Small: and daughter | Deloris took |Tuesday evfe.mug •' slipper with Walter Cox and. fam- aiidj ily near Kempton. 1 ' | ;. Fred IDc-vaney* and wife and 'ii: . • • fi t M • i : : Mrs. Roberrl Norrick spent iTu 'ei>- day[;-«fterhoori Jfith Mrs. Bertha Kassebaum -of Broad Ripple. Mrs: Notra Clark and Mrs: Cole of near Strawtown^ called on Mrs. Walt McCarty Wednesday after- New York, spent Sunday, aft- with Dave Pearson and ernoon wife. | ' Will' Small and were j Sunday • g Small and wife. Sam Clark andl wife of Tipton iiests of Lon family of At- lai taj spent Wednesday with Mrs. Sarali Clark. Ernie Wright, wife'and daugh tei Bernice spent .Thursday near Noblesville with Sjlrs. Mary Shoe- mi.ker. Charles Lee and Mre. Alice Lee ana Margaret Alijce McCarty ; of Shjerldan visited Cade' Burton and wife jSunday. In the- afternoon all motored to Kokbmo and visited Mrs. iBelle Carothers.- r iTlie Young Peoples'- class !6f Ekin M. E. a'jclass party at tlie Stafford southwest were twenty members present and the' evening was ,'spent in playing games and mpsic. At a late hour refreshu- ments of cake arid fruit salad and pi^ were served. ••, S5 •13. 19. -4l! 15. 35. •15. 35. 42. 01. 192. 4T. the church enjoyed' home of- John of Ekin Fri- Notice of Ad ministr; ation. Notice is hereby given that, the undersigned has j been appointed the Judge of the Circuit Coiirt Tipton County,-State of Indiana, administrator of the ostate of Emnia Huckstepj late of' Tipton county, deceased. Said estate lis supposed to be solvent. LEWIS HUCKSTER, Aiirii 2, 1930. ; ; Administrator. JFFORD & GIFFORD, Attorneys. j 157-03-69-75 Legal S'oticc. '. GI Claims allowed by: the board of 'commissioners-at the April 7th session. Irviri .Miller, salary and deputy ______'_'_'___„$231.66 W A. Kendall, same;.— .254.98. Merlin Maish, salary, and' , expense — L __.-1 S 1.53 Bliie Front Drug Store. .'account treasurer ___'_ 12.75 •4.20 55.9.0 ±67.00 '91.66 ^ Charles Carfisle 11 of and ! wife guests; .of witli I Mrs. Ella Sturdevant.- Afternoon Goldr : guests-were Alonzo Rushton and family near (• Andenson.' .Charles Kokomij Fippen and family of Noblesville spent Saturday night and Isundar: 'were Monday evening guests. \ with his parents; Ed Carlisle and wife. ,•••:•; '4•••:[.•••.U-'^K Charles Illges and family Albright called on I CUJ| .llenlclni and family Sunday! 'afternoon ' Miss Marie Qunri^f ;Elwpbd l| ispendlngsa;; fewl days | with- - - her i pareriis | Tom Gurin and fvl'fe. j. i i • Jorieaa v8miie]r:',.spent! ^e'dnes-' ;j day "tovV »akiia s ''wi :;lw ^jtttip^j^ Will Jolly.of Indlanapoli. Bpel_5.p- : '' , ---tt!'Burtont»iidVt»»^|M :ja^ Saturday night and^fiundiywltl! wood," Mra.jWaUer^ ^iWaUer Overdoif »j_d Jamiy.^tfi land child're-,0. Sh ^riilkn |_p«Ht noon, I. •.. - -i i _ t•. • Russell Sturdevant were Sunday dinner: H. Leiber Co., surveyor; Wl B. Burford. same 1— F. L. McReynolds,'salary- F. iS. Pugh, same- — A. E. 'Burkhardt. health , ilepartment •_: L_ : 2.1K> Hsrker & Spockbaugh, : ' j ''• same . _i ;_ . 13.;15 E. ,L; Meyncke," cbmmiti- -, . j': slouef _i :-_ 75.00 J. Hi Harper, same! _____ .75100 Z. A. Watson, same 75.00 .1. F. Pyke, county tutor- j 1 . ney _______ —L_—T~--.' 75.00^ EVa ! i|ay Pape, truant, of- j •ihcer __'_: • ____-_• .88:00 'D.j C. Wiggins, assessing Cicero township L_ ' 78.!60 E. E. Trini -le,'same .78.00 Sa n Myers, same 101.00 Folrest Myers, same: _ :. 78.00 Jfiisie Trimble, same — 78.00 Ed Trrmble, same -_ 104.00 M. C. ; Marshall, Madison .ownahip poor __——10.00 N. Ii BoIdon .'Cioro town-. ; .' ihip poor ___—__—_- 10.00 Lajne's Coal Yard, same ;• ' SJOO G. H. Warne, same! _____ 145.00 Mtore'-: Moore, s _me'_-__ 26.00 Jo vn Albers, same _______ . 8.O0 Sti rlin'g Grocery, same —' 18..1? A E.; Burkhardt, same— 56.50 Hirker Speckbaagh, • lame i , 3 19 C. V;'• Reaver, . Jefferson ' •oWdbhlp'< poor lff.efc Kf tanun \Lbr. Co., i same. .39:40 J. Bl Mc 'C«rthy r saine ,28JJ5| Ern^Qntet, samefJ )t | l--» J 'Li rely '•/ Store,' Liberty 1 ' K." fel___*V .Wildcat *t-% ip^|htp poor i-i-Ji--. 63,0* Jesse Devault; sheriff, sal-j -ary and expense •__! 192. W. A. Kendall, clerk of . the council and board •of finance • , !_'_ 51. •EconomyStore, Cicero township poor •__ :i C. L. Hobbs, treasurer, salary - . George F. SChulenborgi janitor's salary City of Tipton, light and water Tipton . Telephone Company, county service __ Bryan Bros.,. court house supplies : S. L;JUlrich,. jail repairs__ Gas Co., fuel for jail _Mrs. J. F. Rayls, matron country farm _ — .Sallie Salter, labor at the - county farm . Kate O'Dorihell, sanie Ollie Henry, sdme — Ellen Burton, same II. J. Benson, eounty farm -supplies •__ ;_•_— Lane's Coal Yard, same — Harry Wittmiiu, same Hobbs Grain Co., same— Hummer '*Plow AVorks, same; 1: Farmers Oil & Supply . Co-i same '.— . Boston Store, same _____ O. W. Collins, same 'Shell-American, same .1. ".I. McIiHosh & Sons. same. :______-_ Windfall .pry Goods Co., .-Wildcat", township poor- Whitens Indiana Manual Training School .-•Tribune, printing and stationery •_ — .— 71 C. A. Taylor, tax refund- 5. Edward Bloom, balance on bridge 1 -^25-7. Frank NulKj 'balance on* . . M-itchell bridge 3 W. Q. McNeall. sewer pipe 2»(>'4 Board of Children's Guardians '. . p R. H. Lett & Son, Cicero township poor — Tipton'-Milling Co., coun- tv farm E.'L. Webb. Ralph ' V. Graf inquest _ Ross'J.' Tolle, gravel road repair Jack Lee, same- Buick Garage, same —^_ Huston Mitchell', same — E. D. Barchman. same __. Home . Trade Shoe Store, QiceVo' township poor __ J. V. Carter, same .1. V. 'Carter, county farm Lew J... Richards, salary - and mileage T. .O .'.-AndrDwji, inspection - bridges . — A. N: Wooldridge. assessing Liberty township— Pearl Wooldridge', saino.j W. B. Kinder, Cicero .township poor' ____ 10 00 00 oo: to! 90 i 20 | 55 i 70! 00 ' on I oo i 00: 00 | 35 12 56 73 George jArkenau. county farm , Comptoii's, gravel road, • enmity ta r m . court house!; and jail J. J. Kessler, gravel road repair • F. A. Pape. comity farm. Ray It. Bower, deputy snr- veyor|!aud mileage .lolm .Riiiiiards, Hleputy surveyor; liurford Printing Co. Kiger &! Co.. gravel road -• repaid Zehner & Zehner, Wildcat township poor F. J. Miiiulder, gravel road . repair — W. Durham, same W. E. Rifle, same _i W, J. Cpoper, same Asher Ijurkhart. same —•• M. A. (igle.. same Kf. fi. Trimble, same _|_.__ C. W. Mitchell, same _—W. ft. Hobbs.- same 70.05 19. IS 1..45 49.70! 19S 9 0 .00 59.54 495.00 38.2 149.05| (i. 77.001 44. i»0j =-19.73 162.73 151.63 45 .03 70.00 80.50 99.50 25.7555.25 S4.00 S -1 .(1 .0 2S.30 n>:;.25 59.50 84.00 ._1S.00 .SO. 15 161.50 55.00 46.50 (11 .50 52.05 62.45 187.50 ins.85 66.50 2460.13 58.12 31.93 4.00 50.00 6.S.3S 6.00 52.50 21.00 IS.15 ; Kokonib St,one Co.. .same. 1352.98 1. 11 32, 28 9 21 202. 71 i III) ! Lewis Rogers, same Ben H. | Smith, same _ Jesse I.o_ers. same F. W. _iaur. same li. .1. Dbversberger. same. Harry iioyer. same \Y. T. Ctlaliaiigh. same ___ Harry ljiurkett. same Jlonteville Furry, same -Harold M. Losey. same Edgar Hershman, same — Joint Kenwortliy. same __ N. S. Webb, sanie Noble Smith, same _ .1. W. O'Malley, same 0. A. llurkett. same Carl FOster. same C. C. Bowlby. same A. P. Whisler, same _. John Dewitt. same Bernte ' : E. Lewis, same J. D. Adams Co., same 1. N. Sptdel. same. James'Storms', same Robert'Pharos, same Smith Jt Ebert, same Kempton .Motor Sales Co.. same F. I,. McKntee .Vi Sun. * wiini) Foral (]inkle. >nm>: ---Forest t'.. Hinkle. satire __ 12 26 .00 i 4Sl .80 | 00 i .21 !' oo I on; ._ 282.5;; 1__ 105.00 104. 78. O S. 'Siess. same lln.OO Standard .Oil Co.. same 19-1.97 George! Riebelittg. sanie_- 106.50 N. R. Aliiridge. same 279.15 Ro.scoe: Teter. same 4.80 David JI. Sinilh. same 17.28 II. .1. Sclirniler Co.. same. 1.25 David M. Smith, same -_ 17.28 Wm. J,'Gall, same 46.50 Rescue' Teler. same 4.80 N. li. Aldridge. s:itin> 279.15 Siirll-Aiiurican. same 285.-19 Fred Mneller. same 120.40 Sinclair Refining Co.. .-ame 100.00 .1. It. Oecliraii. same 98 .50 1'has. ('. (lathmail. same- 77.75 FGicst tlinkle. same 31.50 W. A. KENDALL. . Auditor. 49.00 157-161! Sweet corn acreage contracts are available to a few farmers, since our 'factory capacity has not been -reached. i- OUR GUARANTEED PRICE FOR / THE 1930 CROP IS (• - * r ;And in View of,the Uncertainty|of Prices qn Otbcr'^ mi a^ro-Uable and IssnLd -tetany <&m .r~ <__

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