Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on October 21, 1933 · Page 8
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AMM DAILY nmn-TIMM. AMM IOV& MTUUAT, OOTOUS tt 1M. •* KKBLXLES AND HIS FRIENDS Sunday Dinner Cream of Tomato Soup Baked Young Chicken, with Oyster Dressing 50c Ro»8t Prime Cut of Beef, Au JUK 35c Hot Rolls Whipped Potatoes - Creamed Peas Old Fashioned Fruit Salad Chocolate Pie with Whipped Cream Coffet-:- Tea •:• Milk We serve Sunday 'night supper 5 p. m, to 7 p. m. C. L. Pixon Drugs Inc. L--ABHNMMIM, Track. ferteJ USED CARS For Sale or Trade 1932 Chevrolet coach with trunk. 1982 Chevrolet coupe. 1930 Chevrolet 4-door sedan. 19J> Chevrolet 4-door sedan. 1931 Ford 4-door sedan. 1931 Ford Coach. 1929 Plymouth Sedan. 1929 Chevrolet truck with farm box Allen Motor Co. CHEVROLET DEALERS Phone 395 5th £ Douglas Plumbing — Heating and Well Work PHONE 22« -i E. A. FOY NEW FURNACES Gen. furnaet repair work. Furnace* vacuum cleaned. ET« trough work. F. A. Gould Phone 527-J 312 Main St. «4—Help Wasted, Mate I MIDDLE AOED, RESPONSIBLE man with prestige and ability. Must be well known in towa and country and have car. Salary. No selling. High class proposition. Write 2705 Tribute immediately. 27—Work WMtwt, WANTED: GENERAL HOUSE I work of all kinds. Gooo clean work guaranteed. Both uptown and fourth ward. Call 2031 1931 Willys 6 Sedan Six wheels, tide mounts. Trunk rack. New tires. Run» perfect $285.00 Open Evenings. Dodge - Plymouth - Oldsmobile W. H. Nutty Garage Phone 35 AMES 414 Main St We Pay Cash for Light Used Cars '31 Buick DeLuxe Coupe $495 '30 Pontiac Sedan, like new __f295 '30 Plymouth Sedan -_, $225 Max Duitch Auto Ex. 1930 Marquette Sedan $225 3930 Eseex Sedan $205 Clean Pontiac Coach _$220 1930 Ford Coupe $195 1930 Pontiac;Sedan 4235 Mathison Motor Co. Ford Sales & Service Nash -:- Plymouth DeSota '31 Che-. Coupe, rumble. Perfect. '30 Olds. Coach. Very clean. McGee Motor Go. Phone 294 -:- 321 Lincoln Way FOR EFFICIENT HELP DURING fall cleaning or laundry work, call 1767-W. 38 — BiwineM OpjtortitBlU«i EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY. For a limited number of itu* denta 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, Amec, Iowa. 41—Waited to Borrow X JUtTWAMTTP TALK TO ON IM INC CLUWoUSf ft* A MINVTI .... RUM SiftMLS PSft VOM'N POP A Mysterious Patient! By Cowm WVCWl MAKE UP MKX I'VE WWED TMS THMB AROUND tO MUCH UtT ME HE-! PONT KNOW r 1 UKE IT tHEBE,OP NOT. LETS TtJYlT WCOMCtK VWQSt .POCTOfc. MIS CHMJT FQO T>C VAST TEN HOUR'S. YOU ON HE HfcS * V*FC,BUT >C tWCSWT KNOW HEP ONLY ONE PGBtCN WO COMCI TO «OL WM GCTTNC- ccnruD VttWEA HO5P1TKL CW6E.1N WSTfcNT CTTV TAKES A TURN TOR v.*.MT.orr. e «*•* it MM MMIO; MC. ALLEY OOP WANTED TO BORROW: $1,000 from private party on clear Polk county, Iowa, leo-acre farm; Write Tribune 2703. WANTED TO BORROW: 11,200. 1st mortgage 01 Ames property. Write 2706 Tribune. 90—Hogs for THIRTY - FIVK JJUKOC AIND Hampshire boars and twelve good gilts, 1:30-Wed_ Oct. 25, at Knight Sale barnu Harper & Son. Good Used Cars 1S30 Olds —— Coach 1929 Olds - Coach 1929 Chevrolet — Coupe 1929 Essex .. Coach 1928 Nash : Coach 3927 Star Sedan 1927 Model T Coupe 192S Model T Coupe 1927 Model T. „_ Tudor ^ Smith Motor Co. -Auto Partt, Have Us Prepare Your Car For Winter Driving Heaters, Prestone, alcohol, antifreezes. Cliff Roberson Garage 412 Burnett Phone 34 CHRYSLER AND PLYMOUTH 1ft— Bemmtf . Serrtc* GOOD IOWA COAL iowa haa gome good coal and some th-U'8 worse than poor. Slate, shale d black-jack don't make good Juel- bar low* coal is mined right; cleaned, sized and graded. It's more than Just lOwa coal. Our deliverymen are reliable. •• Gilchrist Coal £c Feed Kellogg Ave.—Phone 232 POOR LITTLE THING BE GOBBLED UP BY A MONSTER! YOWVEGOT TOGO WHY, VOU-VOO , FEATHERHEAO/ YOU AWT GONNA DO NO SUCH THING.'/ I'VE HAD ENOUGH TROUBLE TRYING TO SWE YOUR V NECK, WITHOUT \OU PULLIN'\ AKY MORE DUMB STUNTS/ 5 IT DOWN AN SHUT UP, DOWN THERE? SHOULD DOWN AN 1 SAVE f*—Po«ltr* for Sato A Pleasant Surprise! By Hamlin — DRESSED CHICK- ens. Springs 15c per Ib. Hens, 14c per Ib. No charge for dresiing and delivery. Woodland Farms Phone WHITE ROCK SPRINGS; MILK fed, lac; hens 13c. Dressed and delivered. Phone S.71-J, IOWA COAL Benson's Lower Vein Also Ogden $2.75 and up. Foster Coal Co. Day Phono 21SO-J, Nite Ph. JI85-W Mbran^ 'Harold, Ogden Iowa's Best Coal Phone 566-W FOR SALE: - FIRST GJRADE White Rock pullets. Phone 2482. 8S—Koom and Board ROOM, S07 Russell. England Hears Rumor of U. S, Booze Embargo LONDON, OJJE)—British diitillers were shocked Friday.at the prospect of,ah American embargo on foreign'liquors to be imposed after board if desired. Phone 1520-W. FREE ROOM WITH MEALS. GA- rage. 920 Douglas. Boonw Without Board COAL: CALL 1392-W FOR IOWA coal Hennick coal Co. LUTHER'S BEST COAL. LIV- ingston Bros. Phone 1712-J. ESPRIT D 1 AMOUR (SPIRIT OF Love), the new, dry perfume, leaves no tell-tale rings. The Primp Shop. Phone S09-W. -THE EGYPTIAN OIL PERMA- nent wave is a superior wave. Hedrick Comfort Shop. 'Phone 1252. NAIVETTE PERMANENTS. EVA Rae hair tints. Allone's Beauty Suoppe. Phone 427. i 18—BusUMM Serrtee Offered You May Be Quite a Lovely Person iiv 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 Quality Cleaners 410 Douglas Phone 231 «l—Garten Produce PUMPKINS, good ones. T. Farrar. ACORN SQUASH, Two dozen, 35c.—H. «8—JUdiw for Sal* REPOSSESSED Atwater Kent Radio All Electric—Late .Model At Bargain Christensen Hdwe. 125 Main -:- Phone 12 DOWNSTAIRS ROOM. PRIVATE entrance. 1196-W. KUU prohibition repeal. Many had" already. CHICAGO (UE)—Livestock: HOGS: 4,000, including 3,500 directs. About steady with Friday'8 average top $4.60. Occasional sales in other weights $4.50 down. Shlp- Degotiated j psrs took 200: Estimated holdovers » , • - ~~ -_; t *"-•-« i-vuiv -wvv. JuuobiJUja^c\A txvm\j t ci & huge sales to Ameriean interests, 2,000. Compared close week ago, Reports were that advance orders, 50 to 65c lower r3peal> totall ed| CATTLE. 1,000. Compared close j last week, . unevenly lower. Bif 1 weighty steers 25 to 50c lower. 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 in Care of Tribune- Times. in $9,080,000. Distilleries have worked hard to pile up stores for American consumption, and Jt was a hard blow to manufacturers still suffering the effects of the 1832 calamity when three-fourths o fthe , Scottish distilleries . closed down with. a 12- year domestic supply on- hand which they were unable to sell because of high British taxation. Distillery shares have enjoyed a moderate» boom on the stock exchange because of the prospect of American sales, but when, the first reports of the embargo ' reached here they dropped. French Govt. Is Tunder-struck PARIS, OLE)—Thunder-struck -by prospect of an American embargj on foreign wines ,and liquors, thej French government ias cabled the Today's Market* Prices Bid by Local Ocalcra 1 Farm Comment •y MR.S t- 0. ROilNBQN N 7 o. 2 corn Nev/ shelled corn 20c Strictly good and 'choice steers and' yearlings' and light weight heifer yearlings nearly steady. Other heifers. 25 to 30c lower. Cutters 10 to 25c lower. Bulls 15 to 25c down. Vealers about steady. Entirely too many weighty cattle in run. Extreme top ?6.40 for cattle, lowest in 22 years. Weighty yearlings, however, not as low as earlier in week, ?4.75 to $6.00 market on fed steers. Light heifer yearlings uncovered with extreme top at' 16.40 late in week. Stockers and. feeders 25c lower, mostly |8.00@$4.25. *-SHEEP: 7,000. For week ending Friday 114 doubles from feeding stations,: 17,700" directs. Compared close last week, slaughter lambs steady to 25c higher. Feeding lambs steady. Week's top on .22c . 13.90 Oats Hogs Cream, sweet 25c Cream, sour 24c Eggs, No. I I9c Eggs, No. 2 ..'. .15c Heavy hens, 4}' s Ibs. and up 7c Heavy hens undei 4% Ibs 5c Heavy.breed springs, 4 Ibs. and over 7c Heavy breed springs under 4 Ibs. 6c Leghorn springs 5c Leghorn hens .. 5c All cox 3c 74—Wearing YOU'VE SEEN THE REST—BUT not the best! See this new foundation gc-rment The Blocher- Rite Korsette. Made to your measure, improved lacing. See it yourself. Call Mrs. N. F. Plunder, 2096-J. 507 "orthwestern. FOR SALE: FUR COAT AND jacket. Reasonably priced. Call 1917. FURNISHED APARTMENTS AND 'furnished dwellies. Phone 136. Little Brothers. TWO Js'ICELY FURNISHE.) rooms and sleeping porch. S15 Burnett. Phone 1266-W. NEATLY FURNISHED THREE room apartment. Close in. Immediate possession. Ill Lincoln way. embassy at Washington to'pretest I rangers $7.50. Best natives 17.25. "Closing trade reactionary. Bulk natives $7.00 down, few $7.00@ $7.25r Native throwouts $4.00® NICELY 'FURNISHED SMALL kitchenette Apt for rent 6"2 Douglas. Call 1809. Furnace Cleaning We clean and repair all makes of furnaces. New low prices on new furnaces. A. G. Speers • Furnace and Tin Shop Phone 662 ^ 400 Main If You Break A Leg, Would You Call a Dentist? If you have the misfortune of getting your automobile body smashed, call us. We have made wutoraobiJe body rebuilding a study ever since they were first made. Ames Glass & Body Company Phone 538-J Ames, la. 75—For tote, 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. Call 1282. BABY STROLLER. GOOD CONDI- tion, $5. 1201-J. GREY, ALL WOOL, BOYS' SUIT, size 10. Call 2047. Have Your Furnace Cleaned NOW! Guaranteed wort with our tupw service vacuum cleaner. ralmer Plumbing Co. 10» Hayward AV«. Phon* 1W1 AMES GARBAGE CO. L3JW COLB. Phone 2061. 70—WMtod, MiiceU«»e<HM WANTED Old gold and gold tilled Jewelry, bridges, crowns, etc. Charles G. Ray JEWELER J30 Main St. with DIxon Drug SMALL FURNISHED APART- ment. Outside entrance. 310 Lincoln way. 3 ROOM APT., 1ST FLOOR, PRI- vate entrance and bath. Phone 1214-W. DESIRABLE FURNISHED APART- ment. Close to campus. Phone 2093. UNFURNISHED THREE ROOMS, kitchenette and bath. Oak floors. 722 Grand. strongly* it was reported officially Friday. Reports added that the basis of the protests would be that France could not reconsider her American war debt position unless the wine and liquftr market was open. France has refaulted the last two pay- ents, and has made no provision in the budget to pay the next one due December 15. Exclusion would be a severe blow to one of the more important hopes for French economic recovery. • *4—HO*M* tor Rent §5.00. Top ewes, $2.75, bulk $1.50 @$2.50. Top feeding lambs $6.60 Bulk light weight offerings around $5.25@$6.25. Sparingly $6.40. FOR RENT: FIVE ROOM COT tage, furnished or unfurnished Owner desires to board and room with renter. C. C. Major. 802 Sixth. Phone 1064. r PRODUCE CHICAGO OLE)—Produce: EGGS: Market steady: receipts 4,983 cases; extra firsts 19^; current receipts- 13%: dirties 16®17. BUTTER: Market steady; receipts 13,558 tubs: specials 23^@ 24; extras 23; extra firsts 20Mi@ FOR RENT: 4 ROOM and garage on Roosevelt month. Call 1719-J. $15 FURNISHED COTTAGE, ALSO lower apartments, $20. 2057-W. CHOICE FURNISHED 3 apt Close in. Call 1274. ROOM COZY APT. CLOSE IN. 218 street. Phone 1767-W. 7TH FOR RENT: Call 1929. ONE ROOM APT. FOR RENT: Fifth. APARTMENT. 716 FOR RENT: GOOD APARTMENT, Dr. Proctor. WANTED TO BUY: FURNITURE, or what have you - OATS. PAY OVER price. Phone 1159. MARKET WANTED TO BUY: EAR CORN Phone 39F15. READ THE WANTS MODERN 5-ROOM Call 1302. BUNGALOW. THREE ROOM, MODERN HOUSE. 227 Kellogg. »T—-Farms * Lands for Rent FOR RENT: 40 A. i-'AKM. UL,uaJ<3 to small town. 716-J or write M. E. V.. 735 North western, Ames. 108— Wanted, R**I K*t»tt GOOIJ UUILDING LOT in 4th ward. 1646-J. COZY TWO ROOM APT. 939-W. M—Wanted, Rooaa or Boatd WANTED: TWO LARGE. UN- furnished rooms near buHicess district Write 2707 Tribune. I M—flnniie* for 8»1« I FOK SALE OK TRADE: NBW 6 i coin hou<e, 10-16-.I. L- CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our thanks to the many friends and neighbors, also to the Sisters of the V. F. W, Auxiliary and the American L'-'glon Post No. 27 for their sympathy, h*lp and floral off*r1ag» during our recent bo von vein en t, MaroU] .Madfton. Mr. and Mrs. o. .1. Madsec. Mi a. Mary Ytxmian. firsts 18@19%; seconds @17; standards 21. POULTRY: ;iarket unchanged; receipts 8 trucks; fowls 12%@13; broilers 9; leghorns 7; ducks 8@ 10; geese 9@11; turkeys 8; young turkeys 12@13. CHEESE: Twins. llfi@12; LOhghorns, 12% ©12^. POTATOES: On track 374; arrivals 113; shipments 790. FRANKLIN TWP.. Oct. 19—Mrs. Lsona Christenson of Ames and Mr. and Mrs. William Stone and daughters were dinner guests Sunday at the Oley Wold home. Mr ; and Mrs. Norman Catell and daughters, Mrs. Allie Gross' and Clark Catell Attended a birihday dinner Sunday in honor of Mrs. John Qswold at her home northwest of Gilbert. M. B. Stone returned to his home at Zearing Wednesday after spend' ing a few days et the home of his aunt, Mrs. Cora Stone and family. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lewis and daughter Velda of Ames, were callers Monday evening at the William Stone home. The Rev. and Mrs. L. H. Wood of Zenorsville we're callers Saturday morning at the Roy Grierson home. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Stone and Miss Hazel Stone spent Tuesday I had a nice letter from Mrs. C. A. West, 517, Welch avenue. 'She sends a recipe for rhubarb vinegar, an 'd Dutch recipe, she says. One gallon rhubarb juice, one gallon water, twelve cups sugar. If you hav.e" .vinegar mother, add a small Piece. Cover with cheesecloth and l«t 'stand until it turns to vinegar. Mrs.yWest wants a recipe u»ing green tomatoes la some sort of pickle, and uncooked. If anyne has one please call her. Here is the only one"! could 'find. I have not used it but-think it sounds good: One gallon gre«n tomatoes, one'Hal?'cup salt; Chop tomatoes fine, salt and drain over .night. Add two cups celery, and two cups chopped onions, and two small hot • peppers, chopped fine. Half cup brown sugar, one cup while mustard" "seed, one table spoon full • each of cinnamon and _ black ; pepper, about a quart of r\T/p - I strong cider vinegar. This may be 1 " * ' kept in a- stone jar, -or in glass jars. The Mure should be tasted to see If there is enough salt. I believe . it will need another fourth cup, because so mush will be drained away. night and Wednesday with relatives at Maxwell. Mrs. Alvin Cljichard left Monday morning for her home at Omaha, Neb., after a visit at the home of her brother, Henry Fox and at the parental F. A. Fox home at Ames. M. B. Stone of Zearing and Mr. and Mrs. William Stone and Mary June spent Monday at the Mrs. Cora Stone home. Young Vanderbilt Sings Praises Of NRA, Attacks Moneychangers CHICAGO OJ.F)— Defeated politicians and disgruntled moneychangers are attempting sabotage of President Roosevelt's recovery program, Cornelius Vanderbilt, jr., former newspaper publisher, charged in a statement here Thursday. Battle lines have been drawn and a. desperate Aght is beins waged, Vanderbilt said, between what he termed "the young army of reconstruction" and "the old guard of de. structlon." Vnnderbllt here brieflly «n route to his ranch n! Sutcllffe, Nev., to praise the NHA and to condemn opponents of the president's betwenn idle cnpltnl; be- The fight, hit sold, M Capital i\nd working tw«<-n ho.nders, wlio would rather derbiu R«UI see the whole world perish than sacrifice a cent of their fixed incomes, and laborers, merchants, manufacturers and white collar workers who have everything to gain thru national recovery." "Aside from a small group of disgruntled money-changers and defeated politicians, cvpryone was willing to rally around our great leader," Vanderbilt said. The money-changem, he said, have not hesitated to use "whispering cam- Pftlgns," "banking sabotage," and "boring from within." "Never in the 157 years of our na- tionnl lift have the American people such dir-oiplino ftnd such willingness to sacrifice thflr oil a.i th« past seven months," Van- Time to make those stuffed pep- P«r pickles too. They are fine'stif- fed with picca-lilli, or plain seasoned cabbage. Time, too to use stuffed, baked peppers: Remove seeds and cover with boiling water. Let stand five minutes and drain. Fill with any left over meats or vegetables, or both, well chopped and seasoned. Set in casserole, or pan with a little water, or meat soup and bake until tender and brown on top. -One may add butter, or meat fryings to the baking water. Mrs. Gildersleeve, of Ames fixes the acorn squashes for baking, and then place a patty of sausage in each half, and bakes until tender and begining to brown. Can you imagine how good that would be, with the juice of the sausage cooking right into the squash? Corn husking will not last long if plenty of buskers is a good sign. One lady who lives on Lincoln way, told me that they had 20 applicants last week, altho they had already hired all needed help. Wages seem to be about three cents a bushel In most localities. The men are given board, also. Yes, there is still "plenty of time to makeAraut, altho it makes more quickly while the weather is hot, or warm. Keeping in a warm place partly takes care of that feature. I have made kraut nearly up to Christmas time. A second making to use surplus cabbage. Several women have told me they allow her in any given, house as wjll comfortably contain them. Have th* house well ventilated and fre« from drafts, and warm enough to be comfortable if you want to hav« any eggs to sell. Then feed for production, of eggs, with enough heat producing foods to help the pullets to,kfcep upT)ody heat I know from past experience that Mr. Rood will be glad to help any farm folks with their poultry problems, whether hig customers or not You can gen^ erally-find.him at the Ames hatch-, ery, on Kellogg avenue. Ames/ • Save ths old sweaters. The" fii£ er ones make, good undershirts for" the wnall girls, the heavier "'one's make warm mittens. The Red Cross roomg will be glad to have them • if they are not aeeded at home. ' LEtfAL ffOTIOEg NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEABINU A hearing 1 on the proposed plans and specifications .for the purchase of an elevator, shelving and equipment for the new Central Stores Building located on the campus of the Iowa State College of Agriculture and Arts, Arhes, Iowa, and nd Mechanic the proposed form of contract, all of which ha\-« been approved by the Iowa State Board pf Education, the estimated cost of tb« public Improvement to be approximately ?5,000, will be conducted by the said lo-n-a State Board of Education in the office of the President • of the Iowa btate College, Ames. Iowa, on Thurss- oay. November 2 t 1933, at two o'clock p. ni. At the said hear-in! any person may appear and file objections to the proposed plans, specifications, form of eon- tract or cost of said public Improvement. . • f Dated at DCS Jloines, Iowa, this Uth d&y of October, 1933. IOWA STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. By: TV. H. GEMMILL. ,_ , , • Secretary. (Published in the Ames Daily Trib* une-Tlmes October 20 and 31, 19J3.) NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING A hearing on the proposed plans and specifications for the eight pounds of cabbage to one gallon of jar room. A cup of salt to three gallons of chopped cabbage, and cabbage pounded into the jar, well, makes something to go by. Many pack it into quart jars with ono teaspoon of salt to the quart. Some fill jars with boiling water and screw up tightly. Kraut is a very healthful food, and if well made, is good. Many like to drink tho tart juice. Ted Rood nays, "can you *lve any reason for keeping throo Imn- dr»»d pullets in a IIOUBP MR enough for only half »I\fc». nurob.T?" Hei ?»»?gcsls putting; only such uum- 1 of a well, , including pump and \v-ater system, to b« located on the campus of the Iowa State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, Ames. Iowa, and the "proposed form of contract all of which have been approved by the Iowa- State Board of Education, the estimated cost of the public Improvement to be approximately $10.000, will be conducted by the said Iowa State Board of Education in the office of the President of the Iowa State College. Ames. Iowa, on Thursday; November 2. 1J3S, at on« o clock p. m. At the said hearing any person may appear and nle objections to the proposed plan*, specifications, form of contract or cost of -said public improvement. Dated at Des Moines, Iowa, this l>th day -of October, 1S3J. IOWA STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. By: W. H. GEMMILL. Secretarv. (Published In the Ames Daily Tribune-Times October 20 and 21, 1S33.) NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed bids will be opened In the of- Sc« of the President of Iowa S'Ute College on Thursday. November 2. 19J3. at ' of a water 3 o'clock p. m.. for the welL Including the pump and <ystem to be located on the campus of the Iowa State College of Agriculture nnd Mechanic Arts, according to specf- loatlons prepared by the Business Manager. Room 123, Central Bul Iowa State College. .Ames. Iowa. The amount of $5.00 will b» ehanrert or the yftid stwcinctitlons, which futn will bo refunded upon their return to he Town State Collese, Each bid must be accompanied l»y * ertifleJ check amounting to 10 p«r cnt of the bl<> Hy virtue of statutory authority 'reference will be Riven to material*, roduct.i. supplies and <t!l other article* reduced, manufactured or »rrown •.t!-.ir. the Sinte of Icwn. and to (Jo- estlo or Iowa labor. The Hoard reserves the rlfht to r»- ,lect any or all hid*. By order of the Iowa Stat* Board of Education. W. If. CiRifMIU., 8«<5retarv. State Board of IMuc»t!on. fttttt Houtfl, Dm Molntf, lows. a'iibllnh*d In th* A.m*» T)*<lr Trifc. >•• Times October 2i 1 afi'l .?!. 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