Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on October 20, 1933 · Page 12
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"B*r mm a DAILY namvram, AMM IOWA, NUDAT, ootom *>, im HtKJCLES AND HIS FRIENDS Easy to Understand! J Saturday Luncheon Chicken Noodle Soup Creamed Chicken A-la-king in patty shell .—35c Stuff Pork Tenderloin 35c Roast Sirloin of Beef, brown gravy 35c Hot Rolls — Whipped Potatoes Harvard Beets Banana Salad Martha Washington Creani Pie Coffee—Tea—Milk C. L. Dixon Drugs Inc. DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT AT Moose hall. Adeline Fitch and boys playing. *n» win hold Rummage Bate In | If lOU Break A Leg, th* basement U. B. Churek o*to!M»p twr i •» »r ' ^.. e 21. f" *] Dentist? I i fvnmm ^ . ^ If you ntvt the misfortune of ^~ •-"•-''i ' ' • • " '•"•* gettlag your tutomoblle body smashed, call us. We have made automobile body rebuilding a study ever since ther were first made, Ames Gla*s & Body Company Phone 538-J Ames, la. Take Advantage of Your Opportunities (Buy your furniture dfrect from the. (wholesale house. Call at WalsbV for your Introductory card. Phonfe ft—AttcUofe Sales 685. Walsh Furn. & Hdwe. Phone 685 AUCTION SALE AT 1:15 P. M. at C. D. Knight Sale Pavilion on North Grand avenue iomomnr, Saturday OcL 21sL We have a large variety of miscellaneous property of all kinds, furniture, poultry, merchandise, etc. Remember we will start early this week because of the Fred S. Davis sale at 2:30 p. m. ^ Have Your Furnace Cleaned NOW! Guaranteed work with our super service vacuum cleaner. Palmer Plumbing Co. 10f Hayward Avt. Phong 1091 E USED CARS For Sale or Trade 1932 Chevrolet coach -with trunk. 1932 Chevrolet coupe. 1930 Chevrolet 4-door cedan. 1929 Chevrolet 4-door tedan. 1931 Ford 4-door sedan. 1931 Ford Coach. 1929 Plymouth Sedan. 1S29 Chevrolet truck with farm box Allen Motor Co. CHEVROLET DEALERS Phone 395 . 5th &. DouflM 1931 Willy* 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. Plumbing — Heating and Well Work PHONE 226 E. A. FOY NEW FURNACES Gen. furnace repair work. FummoM vacuum cleaned. Ev« trough work. F. A. Gould Phone 527-J 312 Main St. S4—Jielp Wasted, Male I MIDDLE AGED, RESPONSIBLE man with prestige and ability. Must be well known la tcw.5 and country and have car. Salary. No selling. High, class proposition. Write 2705 Tribune immediately. ,XA*! «Uf MMMT MC MO* V* jCTiV«aTW1U«....AM 1 PfLATlOW CRASH OKVIS, TWf DO (HAN POOTBALL^ ••*«•«**••» 'fc Ut w •f by •• M i f wf . A EMM MX NMf( » kM| tAtt lif •MM Usdwft m oMtaMt IM «te • Hn it* At kiap*4 4** to At •** «hw Mm* k *• btf iMrihi it Am yw him tf* ifarttf i i raw* Midi t abyv R«fa«t of be tm IM «OMH ml* lit. pmt W« «d M AwMtJoo rf trippisf tapping. fddt to pwi Bl • tit Mil MK Mfaf to' sf weJd £4 .ifcrtoi WN POP »» Check and Double-Check! By Cowan IKNCWXCU WCQC HP5TAKCN, TMCV VC MOVEO «MTO <K HOUSC, OIMMC VMOULD vwoo TO PUVV IN. OOKT THKT VOUNS COWHT THCV'OE OH. MUST BE MISTAKEN'. I'LU CW-L. OH. THEY'VE HAVE FOUND OUT NOT ATM»NG IT'S »K TOUGH CAGE' IVL SWP OUT CHECKUP ON TMCM. THEY DON'T PULL ANV TWCK STUFF ON ME I TO MEV6R. THOUGHT VOONC FOLKS ANOUUD SUP WT WITH THE BOY KNOW HOW \T3UNOSTOJS THEY W3UGW THE PUC£ one HOUJ?,*ND MO/CD IKIO THE NEXT EMMIE'S PtLATlVES ? THCf C*N EXPLAIN WOOED VflTH UTTLE t THE TASMES TOTVC. ALLEY OOP We Pay Cash for * Light Used Cars '31 Bulck DeLmte Coupe _—_|495 '3D Pontiac Sedan, like new .-$2*5 •30 Plymouth Sedan $225 Max Duitch Auto Ex. «7—Work Wanted, Female WANTED: GENERAL HOUSE work pf all kinds. Gooa clean work guaranteed. Both uptown and fourth ward. Call 2034. WILL TAKE OFF SCREENS, 'wish and hang windows, clean rugs. 475-W. ,. . . FOR EFFICIENT HELP DURING fall cleaning or laundry-work, call 1787-W. : E 1930 Marquette Se'daa. —1225 1930 EssexjSedan'•_•_.. Clean Pontiac Coach _—_^,?2201930 Ford Coupe $195 1930 Pontiac. Sedan i_; --_$235 Mathison Motor Co. Ford Sales ft Service Nash DeSota Plymouth '31 Che-. Coupe, rumDle. Perfect '30 Olds. Coach. Very clean. McGee Motor Co. Phone 294 -:- 321 Lincoln Way Good Used Cars 1930 Olds :.^_iu-____ Coach 1929 Olds -i—^_ Coach 1929 Chevrolet — 1929 Essex —_ -__ Coupe _. .-Coach Coaeh 1928 Nash u_^—^.^—_z 1927 Star _—_':— ^.—^ Sedan 1927 Model T _ : ^-—-^ Coupe 1926 Model T _.__i JL- Coupe 1927 Model T. —_^__.___ Tudor Smith Motor Co. 41—Wanted to Borrow WANTED TO BORROW: $1 ; 000 froBB private party on clear Polk county, Iowa,-160-acre farm. Write Tribune 2703. WANTED TO BORROW: $1,200. -lit mortgage or Ames property. Write 2706 Tribune. FOUR-LEGGED TROUBLE. AN CO/^IN 1 THIS WAY FAST/ It .Looks Bad for Saury! By Haniiinf • BIMBO* for Sate REPOSSESSED Atwater Kent Radio All Electric—Late Model ' ;. r At Bargfain, ; Christensen Hdwe. 125 Main -:- Phone 12 80—-Hogs for Sate FOR SALE: d shire ipring boars. 61F21. W—Fuel GOOD IOWA COAL Iowa hag some good coal and some that's worse than poor. Slate, shal and black-jack don't make good fuel. • ! Our lows coal is mined right cleaned, sized and graded. It': more than just Iowa coal. Our de- iiveryihen are reliable. Gilchrist Coal & Feed Kellogg Ave;—Phone 232 8—Auto F*rt», Acceescrle* Have Us Prepare Youif Car For Winter Driving Heaters, Prestone, alcohol, antifreezes. -.Cliff Roberson Garage 412 Burnett ' Phone 34 CHRYSLER AND PLYMOUTH Serrloe ESPRIT D' AMOUR (SPIRIT OF Love), the new dry perfume, leaves no tell-tale rings. The Primp Shop. Phone SOfl^W. IOWA COAL Benson's Lower Vein Also Ogden ?2.75 and up. Foster Coal Co. Day Phone 2180-J, Nite Ph. 285-W Moran, Harold, Ogden Iowa's Best Coal Phone 566-W THE EGYPTIAN OIL PERMA- nent wave is a superior wave. Hedrick Comfort Shop. Phone 1252. NArVETTE~PERMANENTS. EVA Rae hair tints. Allcne's Beauty Shoppe. Phone 427. COAL: CALL 3392-W FOR IO\VA coal. Hennick-Coal Co. LUTHER'S BEST COAL. LIV- ingston Bros. Phone -1712-J. 61—Garden Produce VEGETABLES FOR SALE: Sweet potatoes, carrots, bests, turnips, radishes, lettuce, green tomatoes, onions, peppers, egg plant, squashes, cabbage, potatoes, apples. Jensen's Gardens. Phone 1770. PUMPKINS, ACORN SQUASH, 1*—BosiaeM Service Offered ou May Be Quite a Lovely Person iu your soiled and rumpled clothing, BUT WHO CAN TELL THAT AT FIRST GLANCE? Keep your clothes looking as lovely as YOU ,«r « really are. You'll find it much 125 Mal " easier to make successful business and social contacts. PHONE 231 Ames Pantorium Quality Cleaners good ones. T. Farrar. Two dozen, 35c.—H. •4—Household Good* One Used Circulating Heater Like New $24.50 Christensen Hdwe. -:- Phone 12 410 Douglas Phone 231 Furnace Cleaning ™« clean and repair all makes of I U "J* C «B. New low pi-Joe* on new furnaces. A. G. Speers 800 yards of ' Congoleum Remnants 65 congoleum rugs, size 6x9 to 9x15 12 wool rug pads. Buy now, prices Rre advancing rapidly. Walsh Furn. &.Hdwe. Phone 685 USED RANGE $10 Christensen HdWe. 125 Main 'rtlJB not the best! See this new foundation gtrment. The Blocher- Rite Korsette. 'Made* to your measure, improved lacing. See-It rourself. Call Mrs. N. F. Pfunder 2096-J. 507 "ofthwestern. ' FOR SALE: FUR COAT -AND jacket Reasonably priced, Tall 1917. 7*— Far Sale, Miscellaneous HEATING STOVE, CANDY OUT- fit, floor polisher, couch, electric plate, electric blanket 2057-W. FUMED OAK DINING TABLE and 6 chairs, living room -table and rocker. Gail 1282. , : BOY'S, NICE, BLUE SUIT, AGE 12 years. Phone 1096-J. ~ BABY STROLLER. GOOD CONDI- tion, $5. 1201-J. WANTED Old gold and gold filled Jewelry, bridges, crowns, etc. ' : Charles G. Ray : JEWELER 230 Main St. with Djxon Drug WANTED TO BUY: FURNITURE, rugs, stoves or what hare you Call 2338, OATS. PAY OVER MARKET price. Phone 1159. «•—Poultry for Sato flat* TWO NICELY FURN1SHE: rooms and sleeping porch. 815 Burnett Pnone 1266«W. NJEAJFLY .FtJRNISfiED a.THREE ioom apartment Close in. immediate possession. Ill Llncohi way. NICELY FURNISHED SMALL kitchenette Apt for rent 6 "2 Douglas. Call 1809. SMALL FURNISHED APART- ment Outside entrance. 310 Lincoln way,, • ,-•' ONE AND 2 ROOM APfS. 3 RM. apt with shower, garage. Reasonable. 403 E. Lincoln Way. 3 ROOM APT., 1ST FLOOR, PRI- vate entrance and bath. Phone DESIRABLE FURiNISHED APART- ment Close to campus. 2093. -....' Phone UNFURNISHED THREE ROOMS, kitchenette and bath. Oak floors. 722 Grand. UNFURNISHED THREE ROOMS, kitchenette, bath and garage. 916 Douglas. „.'., ' _ CHOICE FURNISHED 3 apt Close in. -Gall 1274. ROOM COZY APT. CLOSE IN. 218 7TH street. Phone 1767-W. RENT: Call 1929. ONE ROOM APT. FOR RENT: APARTMENT. 716 Fifth. . FOR RENT: GOOD APARTMENT. Dr. Proctor. COZY TWO ROOM APT. 939-W. M—'Wanted, Rooms or Board WANTED: furnished TWO rooms LARGE, UN- near business district Write 2707 Tribune. PUUi/i'Ri — DRESSED CHICK- ens. Springs 15c per lb. Heris^ 14c per lb. No charge for dressing and delivery. Woodland Farms. Phone 435. HEAVY FRIES, OVEN DRESSED and delivered. Mrs. Sern Sorenson. Phone' 33F6. WHITE ROCK SPRINGS, MILK fed, 15c; hens 13c. Dressed and delivered, phone 371-J. FOR SALE: FIRST GRADE White Rock pullets. Phone 2482. SS—Rooms Without Board DOWNSTAIRS -ROOM. PRIVATE entrance. 1196-W. •6—ApftrtraenU, CALL486-J Apartments nd houses, close to college, clean, eat, convenient, priced right. Gbas. Miller, 132 Hayward Ave. TWO OR THREE ROOMS WITH batb. Close to downtown business ection on bus line. All strictly modern. These are extra large leasant rooms. New, clean wall aper. For further particulars rite 2702 in Cnre imi-s. of Tribune- Piione 12 i FURNISHED APARTMENTS AND READ THE WANTS furnlulwd dwelling. Phon* ^CiAW iriE. WAWlal jjlwlu Brothers. »4—Uonsea for Rent FOK KJiiST: FIVE ROOM COT tage, furnished or unfurnished. Owner desires to board and room with renter. C. C. Major. 802 Sixth. Phone 1064. CHICAGO ifllE—Livestock: HOGS: 7,000j including 3,000 directs. Slow, unevenly 10 to 20c higher. 140 to 290 ibs.,"f4.25@$4.«6, top ?4.70 for heights over 200 Ibs. Pigs, ?4-00 down. Packing sows -3.10 @|3.60. Smooth lights $3.75. Light lights, 140'to 160 ihs., good and choice, $4.25@?4.55; light weight, 160 to 20,0 Ibs., good and choice, $4.35@$4.65; medium weight, 200 to. 250 Ibs., good and Choice, ?4.40 @$4.70; heavy weight, 250 to 350 Ibs., good and choice, $3.75@?4.55; packing sows, 275 to 550 Ibs., medium and good, $2.S5@$3.75; slaughter pigs, 100 to 130 Ibs., good and choice, ?3.25@$4.25. CATTLE: 1,000, calves 700. Generally a slow market, about steady with week's average. Yearlings and light steers still in best demand. No weighty bullocks on outside accounts. Best long yearlings strong, averaging $6.00. Bulk; fed steers $4.25@$5.50. Grassers 'and feeders $2.50@?4.00. heifers -and Most common and steers,, $2.25@?3.00. Slaughter cattle and vealers: Steer a 550 to 900 Ibs., good and choice, ?5.25@$6.40; 900 to 1100 Ibs., good and choice, $5.00@f6.40; 1100 to CHICAGO •ODE)—Grain range: Open High Low Close WHEAT: May 79% 85% 79ft iS4% July 77 83% 77 88% Dec. 78 84% 77% CORN: May 46 V> July Dec. 48% 40%. OATS: * May 32% July 30% Dec. 29% RYE: May 56% July 62% 51% 53% 45 36 33% Dec. 50% BARLEY: May 48% July 61% 62 tf 55% 51 Dec. 42% 46 45% 47%39% 31% 29% 29% 56 60 49'i 42 "48%. 50% 42% 34V 32% 31% .59% 53%- 47% "48% 44 York Stocks' Close Today NEW YORK -(tJ£) Following ambulance after the accident. Her mother, Mrs. Ida Mutchler, 54, wai Instantly killed. Another person, J. M. Maple, a brother-in-law, who ./was also trapped, attempted to do so. He narrowly escaped being struck by the train, standing on an 18-Inch ledge. - ^••••'?»:-.-'- f -4_ Engineer Ed Konshak of Dei M dines, said his train had rounded a curve and he did not see the trio due to the bridge structure. ' Coroner William Carpenter said no inquest would be hald as the group were trespassing on railroad property. FOR RENT: 4 ROOM and garage on Roosevelt month. Call 1719-J. $15 FURNISHED COTTAGE, ALSO lower apartments, $20. 2057-XV. FIVE ROOM MODERN BUNGA- low, $25. 51S 13th street 2451. MODERN 5-ROOM Call 1302. BUNGALOW. THREE ROOM, MODERN HOUSE. 227 Kellogg, '7—Farms A Lands tor Rent FOH KENT: w A. FA.H.VI. v..njooi to small town. 716-J or write M. E. V., 715 Northwestern, Ames. Bohn Aluminum and Brass company InercaMi quarter dividend on common stock from 25 to 50 cents a share; reports third quarter profit of $549,325, against |£71 in like 1932 month*, MlnnrapoHa-Honeywell Regulator company reports third quarter nfit .nconni of $3Sf>,f»:52, against $23,^77 in pr«c«dlng quailtr, Charts corporation declare* spp- ciixl dlvlOond of 25 cents i simic. 1300 Ibe., good and choice, $5. J6.35; 1300.to 1600 Its., good and choice, $4.75@$6.75; 650 to 1300 bs., common and medium, $2.75 @ J5.00. Heifers, 550 to 760 Ibs., good and choice, $5.00@$6.40; common and mediumm, $2.75@$5.25. Cows, 52.75 @$4.00; common and medium, $1.75@$2.75; low cutter and cutter,- $1.00@$1.75. Bulls 'yearlings excluded) good (beef) 2.90@?3.25; cutter, common and medium,'$1.60@$2.85. Vealers, good asd choice, $5.75@?7.50; medium, i4.50@$5.7B; cull and common, 3.50@$4.50. Stocher and feeder cattle: Steers, 500 to 1050 Ibs., good and choice, $3.75@$5.75; common and medium, $2.25@$4.0Q. SHEEP: 10,000. Askings strong to 25c higher on datives and steady on rangers. Early bids on natives $7.00 down. Best held above ?7.25? Rasgers scarcely as attractive as Thursday. Indications around $7.00 @$7.25. Sheep and feeding lambs firm. Slaughter sheep and lambs: Lambs, 90 Ibs. down, good and choice, $6.00@$7.50; common and medium $4.00@?6.25. Ewes, 90 to 150 Ibs., good and choice. ?1,50@ ?2.75; all wts., common and medium, $1.0.0@$2.00. Feeding lambs, 50 to 75 Ibs.,'good and choice, $6.00 <6>$«.60. are Friday's closing bids on the New York stock exchange: American. Can .... .... .. ..86?4 American Locomotive ..... . . ..23'% American T. and T. American Tobacco B ....... 79% Anaconda .... .... ......... 11% Atchlson, T. & S. F. Bethlehem Steel Com C. & N. W, Com/ :6% Chrysler.;.. 39% Corn Products .,76% DuPont General Electric ; General Motors 25% International Harvester 33 Montgomery Ward 16% New York Central 2S% Pennsylvania R. R 24% Sears-Roebuck ." 33 % Standard Oil of. N. J 39% Studebaker ..4 U. S. Rubber 11% U. S. Steel 36% Westinghouse Electric 31% Standard Oil of Ind 29% Cities Service ..2% . Feed for Legionaires at Installation Meet in I.O.O J 7 . Hall Mon. All' members of. Ames Post No. 37, American Legion, are to attend a membership dinner which will precede the installation of ne"w • officers of the post, Monday at 6:30 p. m. in the Odd Fellows building. Lou Amme, post chef, is in charge of the feed, which is being served from the post mess fund without charge to Legion men. Wilkie L. Harper, sixth district commander, will be . the installing officer/ Results of. the membership drive to date, and plans for the Armistice day celebration will be discussed at the business meeting. is in direct communication with a special news agency in Washington, i). C., which has kept Ames informed on the actual progress toward obtaining a new post office building Lere, and also on other newi which particularly affects Ames. How the Ames Dally Tribi'ne- Tlmei covers the municipal and! county governmental fields will b« : described in the next article Monday which will contintie the^discus- slon of this subject. ; : ,j LEGAL NOTICES Storv County Churches O^ PUBLIC HEARING v A hearing on the propound plans and tclflcAtion* lor the purchase of «ni elevator, «h«lviur *nd equipment for' the new Central Stores Building locat-- «d on the campu* of. the Iowa State Collate of Agriculture -and Mechanic Arts, Ante*, Iowa, and the proponed form of ^ contract, all of which h&vet been approved by the Iowa State Board • of Education, the estimated cost of th«^' puWic improvement to be approximate- < ly J5.000, will be conducted by , Iowa State Board of Education iri thei office of the Preaident of the lo\va| State College, Ame'»t Iowa, on Thurs-t day, Novemher 2, 1933, at two 'o'clock"; p. m.. ' ••.'.•. .-- f At the said hearing any person teayt appear and file objections to the. pro- r posed plan* specifications, form of con- { tif,et sr cost of said public improve- 1. ment • » Bated at Des Molnes, Iowa, this 19th * day of October, 1983. 5 IOWA STATE BOARD OP BDU-i CATION. f By: TWH.GEMMHX, ;| Secretary(Published in the Ames Daily T une-Times October 2(V and 21, 1JJI.) (Qontinued from Page Five) T. T. Heimarck, minister. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship in Norwegian, 11 a. m English service with communion, 7:30 p. m. STORY C1TY+- St. Petri Lutheran church. Rev. W. B. Scarvie, minister. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, 11 a. m. Evening worship, 7:30 p. m. CHICAGO <U.P>— Produce: EGGS: Market steady; receipts 2,500 cases; extra firsts 19'/4; current receipts 13 %; dirties 16@17. BUTTER: Market unsettled; receipts 13,158 tubs; specials 2 24; extras 23; extra firsts 22; firsts 1S®19%; seconds 16^6 <g> 17; standards 21. POULTRY: Markei unsettled. % to Ic lower; receipts 46 trucks, 2 cars; fowls 12%®]3; brolhT* i: ghorna 7; ducks 8<f<).10; geese 9<S> 11; turkeys S; young turkeys 12 fiv; «r- market Today's Markets Pric«$ Bid by Local Dealer! No. 2 corn New shelled com 20c Oats 22c Hogs ....'." $3.90 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. 6c Leghorn springs Bo Leghorn hens Be All cox 3c CHEESE: Twins, POTATOES: On hwk rivals 99; ahipments 839; Three Trapped on Railroad Bridge; Woman Is Killed MOINES. (UP)—One woman was dead Friday and her daughter, o in a aerloiiR condition, was to te!i of being struck by a «» train iinrt Jiurlod 40 foM into the DM Mnlncf, rlvnr when irnp- l»ed oc a train bridge. Th# dauRhur, Mr«. Olllc TUIMMT. 2! 1 , WH« al.'lii to walk to (lie pollcu NEWSPAPER INFORMATION MEDIUM IN OOVT. (Continued From Page One) meant progress.in government, and above all the inforasant of the great body politic upon all matters ot public interest and of all the proceedings of government. The World At It* Door In smaller cities, such as Ames, the local daily newspaper presents to its readers the news of- state and national governmental affairs thru the medium of -great news- gathering agencies to which the local publisher subscribes. These agencies are honest in their work, efficient in their coverage and give speedy • telegraphic and telephone sen-ice every moment of the day and night. These* agencies are not immune from error, But it ia error unintentional, when it does occur, and in tho main the local publisher feels that his newspaper is well served with state, national and world-wide news of Impartial, uncolored char- deter, and complete In all Ha mam details. Spaclal N«v^« Coverage It is thru these agencies that the local community i» kept informed by the local newnpaper on the func- lions of itatft and national government. In addition to these, where wl I torn are alive to the iMtten of the flay, special covoimje alwayR is available ou Kubje<;ts of more tlmn passing local Interest. For Instance, thu NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING A hearing on the proposed plans a specifications for the dig-ginf of a . including pump and water system, to be,* located on the campus of the Jowa'J State College of Agriculture and Me- S chanic Arts, Ames, Iowa, and the pro-iji posed form of contract all of which 4 have been approved by the Iowa. State? Board of Education, the estimated cost" of the public improvement to be ap-2 proximately $10,000. will be conducted by the said Iowa State Board of Edu- i cation in the office of the President of? the Iowa State Gollegre, Ames. Iowa, on? Thursday, November 2, 1933, at on«g o'clock p. m. At the »ald hearing any person may : * appear and file objections to the pro** posed plans, specifications, form of contract or co*t of said public improve- merit Dated at Des Moines, Iowa, this 19thi day of October, 1933. J IOWA STATE BOAKD OF EDTJ-4 CATION. : By: W. H. GEMMILL. Secretary, i (Published in the Ames Daily Trib-i. line-Times October 20 and 21. 1933.) '. * f NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS « Sealed bids will be opened in the of-? flee of the President of Iowa State Col- / lepe on Thursday, November 2, 193S, at* 3 o'clock p. in, for the (lipping of *j well. Including the pump and water > s system to be located on the campus of* the Iowa State College of Agricultures end Mechanic Arts, according to speci- * flcations prepared by the Business* Manajrcr. Room 125. Central Building.; Iowa State College. Ames. Iowa. The amount of S3.00 will be chanted* for the said specifications, which sum i will be refunded \ipor. their return (o. the'Iowa State Colics*. J K»ch bid must b* accompanied by » | certified check amounting to 10 pc~ • cent of the bid. * By virtue of statutory authority preference will be given to materials, products, supplies ami all other produced, manufactured or within the State of lows, and to domestic or Iowa labor. The Board reserves the riRht to reject any or all bids. By order of the Iowa State Board of Education. W. H. OEMMJM* Secretary. State Board of Education. StAt» House. D«s Molnes. Towa. (Published In the Ames Dally Tribune-Times October 20 ami 2t, ISM.) Notlc* To Bidden Sealed proposal* will bf it the office of tlie City Manager, Am«8, Iowa, until 10 o'clock n. m. FHdny, 27. IMS, for fut»- Ishln/r approximately IM fon* fit conl for uiw> at tbc City llsli. Pn»- pos«! forma .ind Inxinirtlmift trt >>c obtftln'd at. tM fibov* office.

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