Court o£ Taylor November term MATTER OP THE OF CARL Absentee VanCleave Hibbs nCleave, Marie Van , McMullin, Margaret Van- and Carl VanCleave: and each ol you are here- tS that there is now on in the office of the Clerk .£ Strict Court of Taylor ' Iowa, in probate, the of Marie VanCleave , stating that the said Cleave was a resident he state of Iowa and has known cause absented • — i ON PE- were dead, and asking that an —--»•"" Administrator be appointed to administer the estate of the said Carl VanCleave absentee. For further particulars see payment to the undersigned arid those having claims against the same will present them, legally authenticated, to said court for allowance. Dated Sept. 28, 1935. FLOSSIE D. SHULTZ 1-3 Administratrix THE LENOX TIME TABLE. LENOX, IOWA Idence from his usual place of dence and concealed his Sbouts from his family for -riod of more than the past n years and that he has an bided one-fifth interest in i following described real es- Petition on file. You are further notified to .appear on or before 1 o'clock P. M. on the 12th day of November, 1935 before the District Court of Taylor County Iowa to be held at the Courthouse in Bedford Taylor County Iowa and file objections thereto on or before said date or you will be held to be in default and an administrator for the estate of the said Carl VanCleave, absentee will be appointed as prayed in said petition. Flick & Lucas Attorney for Petitioner Marie VanCleave McMullin Published in the Lenox Time Table Sept. 12-19-26-Oct. 3-1017-24-31. .ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Notice is hereby given to all persons interested, that on the 28th day of September, A. D. 1935, the undersigned was appointed by the District Court of Taylor County, Iowa, special administrator of the estate of E. E. Rhodenbaugh, deceased, late of said county, for the purpose of collecting and preserving the property of the deceased and to exercise the powers and duties of a special administrator according to law. All persons indebted to said estate will make payment to the undersigned special administrator. Dated September 28, 1935. JAMES R. LOCKE, Special Administrator. 1-3 In this state, to-wit: • South Half Northeast barter and 80 rods east and st by 3 chains and 21 links and south in the .oest corner of the Lthwesl quarter of the [ortheast quarter and the feast Hall of the Northeast arter of the Southeast bnarter all in Section 30, fownsMp 68, Range 33, West the 5th P M in Taylor lounty Iowa, riat you and each of you luld be entitled to share in the of said absentee if he NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL IN DISTRICT COURT August Term, 1935, No. 4040 STATE OF IOWA Taylor County ss. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You Are Hereby Notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of E. E. Rhodenbaugh deceased, dated January 2nd 1933, having been this day filed, opened and read, the 21st day of October, 1935, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Bedford, Iowa, before the District Court of said County or the Clerk of said Court, and at ten o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned, all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, __ _-. _i . nn iinn -i-f ••i You Get a Better TRACTOR FOR LESS MONEY in the Allis- Chalmers LENOX MOTOR CO. Allis Chalmers tractors, [Plymouth Automobile* and show cause, if any have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Bedford, Iowa, September 24, 1935 Frank Herriott, 53-3 Clerk of District Court. v,j.«,~ OF PROBATE OF WILL IN THE DISTRICT COURT August Term, 1935, No. 4040 STATE OF IOWA TOTa lS WHcS rr SVY CON- SOYBEAN FEEDING TIPS GIVEN IN NEW CIRCULAR Sowbean grain is an efficient concentrated source of protein, the nutrient most lacking in other home grown crops, and' the hay compares favorably with alfalfa for all classes of livestock, says the new Iowa State College Extension Service circular, "Feeding Soybeans." For all livestock except swine the soybean crop is most valuable as hay, says the circular. Experimental tests indicate that good quality soybean hay is fully equal in value to clover and practically equal to alfalfa of comaprable quality. From 3 to 7 percent of good qualtiy soybean hay made at a fairly mature stage ordinarily will be refused by livestock fed a liberal ration. With coarse, stemmy hay as much as 15 to 30 percent may be wasted. Although grinding of soybean hay greatly reduces the percentage refused by livestock it is doubtful whether this method of preparation pays except in periods of extreme shortage and high prices of roughage. Though extremely variable in quality average, soybean straw has considerable feed value as a part of the winter ration for breeding beef herds, stock cat. __ «.!_ _ u «*%n *i*-iiH OTTOYl "OMAHA"—Winner, one after the other, of the Kentucky Derby, the Preakness, and the Belmont Omaha is an outstanding horse today. And in the cigarette world Chesterfield is outstanding. Both won their place strictly on merit. Apply any test you like—Chesterfields stand for the best there is in cigarettes. They are milder ... yet they let you know you're smoking. They taste better—give you real pleasure. for mildness .. for better taste BUillK UCGJ. **v--.«—t idle work horses and even i JOT fattening cattle. It is not | recommended as a part of the carbohydrate is added to obtain dairy ration. enough @ 195;. LtccBTT & MYSM TOBACCO Co. Blankets OU don't have to 1 wash your blank ets yourself. Just send them along with your weekly washing to us, and your blankets will come back clean and fresh and dry, without having lost any of their warmth. Moore's Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Bill Dey Ennand, Agent Telephone 96 you Ate ncicwj «»,v«.~—, — material *•» auv""-- •- — an instrument of writing pur- ik fermentation the soy- porting to be the last Will and g trefy in the ensiling Krnent of = . E Rhoden- °^ cessp A combination of about baugh deceased, dated Sept. £ rts corn and one part soy- Sa 1933 having been this day £ £* made an excellent quality ?Sed op^neTand read the 21st gans mad ^^ daj?of &tober 1935, i* fixed for ^ straight C0 rn si age in hearing proof of same at the at the Iowa Agricultural Court House in Bedford, Iowa L iment Station - — j ~ i - i , Court of saia | ^ K circular may be obtamea trolled by sowing late in the fall so that the wheat will not come- up until after the adults have emerged, laid their eggs and died. The adult Hessian fly lives for only 2 or 3 days. If why L AYLOR COUNTY FLY- be AYLOJ ANNO UNCED U YY U **&*"*• if , ru ^<v. .- .s not advisa sow wheat in Taylor (county until at least the 25th I^^Torthington's letter in Laundry In other parts of the County, Iowa, •ator of the estate of, ntles . ln OWICL ^v~ ------C ' Schultz deceased, late state the Increase has been omy | of" said county. All persons in- moderate^ damage was . ™ n m no HeSS i an fly in Iowa Don t Fool Yourself THERE is much more danger of fooling 1 yourself than of being fooled by otheiB. You believe what you want to beheve Desire con stantly defeats the ends of ^ in the Dusme of your life. In choosing a doctor there^ev.e _ present the perils of sell aecepuow. stead of being guided by obvious ted*»the torn dency, in this connection, is to rely upon v ^uuu fool yourself .when personal or family physician. Know ..-Consider the consequences. Get-theugnt P spective. Then decide, and delioerateiy. Nature serves best ana that physician who works v upon her. For this reason most potent of all therapeutic --; y-^* ost systems. Scientifica% apphed, it M ^ em powerful of all remedies. ^ naQ °T%lined to pathic physician is equipped and trainee practice osteopathy. DP. M. J. Sluss OSWOF^WHIC OFFICE IN BOTW- ""*" ENTH kuttt D CBOfSS It also seems desirable to call attention to the grasshopper and chinch bug situations. There has been a tremendous increase in grasshoppers in the western half of Iowa, particularly in the three western tiers of counties. A considerable amount of damage is, being done n alfalfa has been a tremendous increase hi chinch bugs during August and September. FROSTS END SAFE , SORGHUM PASTURING Sorghums should not be pastured after a killing frost, states Hughes, _ head of^ the & v of v grasshoppers damage (S weather conditions are unfavorable for grasshop- ^, many farmers will suffer heavy losses in 1936. About 30 counties in eastern Iowa are more or less heavily Seated with chinch bugs Weather conditions have beer Jery favorable for the secon • Consequently ther 3 D • *lU|5**v»f »***««- -Farm Crops Department Iowa State College, because the development of poisonous brussic acid. . .. There is no doubt about the poisonous quality of the sor- *\ u.*« nnaf 111*0/1 n.ftftT f yOLnUlluuo H MI * •* ... ghums when pastured after frost, says Hughes, but this same sorghum may be cured and later fed as fodder with JSrfect safety or it may be pu Sp in the silo. The poison which develops quickly when he growth of the plant is Jtt- terfered with, soon breaks down and" becomes harmless in til* uring or silaging process. Immature sorghum is more likely to develop ! acid poisoning than that wmgt approaches or reaches maturity, he points out. Sudan gnMR la one of the sorghums, but there seems to be almost no possibility that it will devetog noison if frosted, providing it Is pure Sudan and does not con^ tain plants which are reaBr crosses with other sorghums. Approximately 12,000 murde» were committed in the United States during 1930. This to about 17 times the murder rate of England. CHILDR£N GOOD GHTING However, it should oe -N\ The Insurance Man I Insurance Coverage of All Kinds | Town and farm property | Automobile Fire, Lightning and Tornado Accident and Health I have them all-quality and price. Consult me as you would your attorney And no wonder t They have everything! Superb style. Supreme comfort. And priced so that you can afford a complete wardrobe of Red Cross Shoes for every occasion. Now only $6.50. LOREN'S 1W No. M»pl« St., Iowa Southern Utilities Compwy If your children are in the habit of reading under poor light, they a» probably suffering from eyestrain.And this is really serious. It may affect their vhole nervous and muscular systems later in life. And don't forget, too, tt a child holds books closer than 14 inches while reading, he needs the attention of an eyesight specialist or better light—or perhaps both. A recent survey shows that 23 percent of all people under 20 yeaw of age have defective eyesight I That is why every parent should* 1. Have children's eyes eMwinfia 1 regularly. 2. Make sure lighting i» adequate wd proper. We wffl gladly tend a lighting fpeeW* 1 without charge to measnff *««* and recommend WT ~ u ~ needed.
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