Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on October 26, 1933 · Page 8
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Ames, Iowa
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Thursday, October 26, 1933
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»'BUYBBTTtl AHMDAH.TT] UK* IOWA. YHTO0DAT, OOTOBK1 26, 1939. FA01 M'MMMIIMMI Hooked Rug Patterns Alt •!«». All shade* of yarn and embroidwy threads, stunped linw« «»» pillow vanes. The Brown Shop 212 Mala St. 3 Day Radio Show Thursday, Friday and Saturday Ohristensen Hdwe. 125 Main Phone 12 | I I l»~lfe*My ferric* I _ . owlWrcTfHE~PRESENT"CON PRESENT CON- ditton this shop will give a shampoo and finger wave for 75c, shampoo and marcel for 85c. Other work accordingly. Phone 227 — Cadd's Beauty Shop. FKR Kl ES AM) HIS FRIENDS A Fumble and a Pass! By Blow YOU CAN DEPEND ON IT! OUR marcels are djeep set and lasting. Phone S09-W. The Primp Shop. NAIVETTE PERMANENTS. JEVA Rae hair tints. Alice's Beauty Shoppe. P"ion« 427. i PENNY AND HALLOWE'EN SO- cial. Friday evening. 8 o'clock. Everybody invited. Ontario Ladies Aid. " IS—Busiae» 8enrtc* Offered f You Break A Leg, I Would You Call a Dentist? Friday Luncheon Creamed Celery Soup Baked Halibut -with Tartar Sauce 35c S:uffed Loin of Pork with { Glazed Apples 35c | Braised Veal Steak, Spanish __ j Hot Rolls"—"Whipped Potatoes j Phone 53S-J Buttered Lima Beans or Creamed Turnips Stuffed Fig Salad Pineapple Upsidedown Cake with Whipped Cream Coffee — Tea — Milk If you have the misfortune of getting your automobile body smashed, call us. We have made automobile body rebuilding a study ever since they were first made. Ames Glass & Body Company Ames, la. C. L. Dixon Drugs Inc. MADAM: DO YOU NEED TO have a package delivered? If you haven't the time or your husband is using the car cull 572-W. Ames Motorcycle Delivery Service. Have Your Furnace * Cleaned NOW! j Guaranteed work with our super ' service vacuum cleaner. Palmer Plumbing Co. 6—Auctkm 108 Hay ward Ave. Phont 1091 MOftMCMA SUAPCSIM SGOM AJJMAOY ft^O, CXtW 0*W»S PtUMCCS TIN YAM«, FWTf 1M >**&$ Llltf A lie. WCAW IWE «o*t LIMC TMf M«*T PUV, CRASU, ANXIOUS TO POT IT AND TW6 BALL FOttKlO* U« A«MS.' MONROVIA CAULS TIMEOUT!! PRBSH PLAYERS ARE SUBSTITUTED BLOWS THE SAME IS ON! ivrrv POP John Baxter's Secret! By Cowan '—TVCN, MONTHS AFTEP WE ">, AND HM?\ ),I PECETVED A. LJETTEP FROM * HOSPITAL. WITH THIS ENCLOSED ALL£Y OOP HISt SECRET TO HIS LAWYER AND FRltND. TIM TRULY ABAfriTS VES/iTSTHC FOOT- ; OF MY SON. THW'S ALL v&itrr/ voo V4A-T TO GO BY.UIM. EVEBVTHING-80NDS STOCKS .PBOPEWTV AND CftSH-VSnLLEDTO HIM IVE NCVEP SEEN HIM,BUT I ASK VOU MV FWEND. TO HIM—-AND t KNOW -you Wiu. \ \ \\ I*M »r. HM simiec, MC. Mt. w. i OP Guz Is Worried! By Hamlin AUCTION' SALE SATURDAY, 2 p. m. at 400 Main street, formerly Olson's Flower Shop. A fine bill of nice furniture, consisting of nice six piece bed* room suite, nice eight piece dlnnette suite, good Ve- j lour living room suite, hreakfast set. nice bowend bed complete. Kitchen Kook pressure stove, good Kas 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 tablei, dishes, hand forge, and dozens of other articles. Consign your goods at once if you want to get then in this auction. J. A. Snyder, auctioneer. 5—AvtomoMiw, trwda tor Sale Special Bargains For This Week Only 3930 Plymouth 4-door Sedan —$125 3929 Erskine Coach, clean ---- 1125 1628 Erskine Panel Truck — —W* 1931 Ford Coach, like new _ r __|2<50 1931 Forcl Town Sedan, clean ?315 3932 Chevrolet 6-wheel Coach with trunk, low mileage ^ — $435 1930 Chevrolet 4-door Sedan .^240 1929 Chevrolet Truck, tftth 32x6 _ 10-ply tires and farm box __$165 Several other good buys Allen Motor Co. Chevrolet Dealers Phone 395 / 5th & Douglas SPECIAL Corn Empire Day ^ '29 Dun-At Coach „ '29 Nash -Special —__——- — .$175 •28 Buick Coach ------------- '5165 •30 Olds Coach, 6 wheels -_.-?265 '28 Hudson Coupe, .very. good -$125 Hudson 4-door, none better $95 Hudson Coach ---------- $20 •29 Ford Coach _-.---—- — --^5 '29 Ford Coupe, rumble seat $105 ">9 Ford Coupe, side mount —$115 YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Max Duitch Auto Ex. 1931 Willys 6 Sedan Six wheels, side mounts. Trunk rack. New tires. Runs perfect $285.00 Open Evenings. Dodge - Plymouth - Oldsmobiie W. H. Nutty Garage Phone 35 AMES 414 Main St. USED CAR SALE All Prices Ksduced 1930 Essex Sedan ~-'—$185 1930 Marquette Sedan ?215 1932 Ford Cabriolet i-85 1930 Ford Coupe „ . $190 1929 Pontiac, clean $185 1929 Ford Pickup $95 Mathison Motor Co. Ford Sales & Service Furnace Cleaning We clean aifd repair all makes of furnaces. New low prices on new furnaces. A. G. Speers Furnace* and Tin Shop Phone 662 400 Main Plumbing — Heating and Well .Work PHOiNB 226 E. A. FOV Have It Donejlight! Call 231 for good cleaning and pressing Ames Pantorium Quality Cleaners 410 Douglas Phone 231 NEW FURNACES Gen. furnace repair work. Furnace* vacuum cleaned. Eve trough work. F v A. Gould PEbne 527-J/:' „ ^ "SlilMain St. AMES GARBAGE CO. Phone 2061. LEW COLE. 23—Help Wanted, Female YOUNG GIRL FOR ..HOUSE, work. References. Go home nites. Write 2:710 Tribune. 27—Work Wanted, Female t! WHO'S KING AROUND HERE,YOU ^ 1 C'N LICK THIS OOP WITH ONE,/ HAND, THE BEST DAY HE EVER*. LIVED/ UNDOUBTEDLY, MOST. EXALTED MONARCH/ BUT-YOU'CANT UCK . THAT WHOLE CROWD/ YOU MAKE ONE RA5S AT HIM NOW AND- .PO.UF.' -THEY'LL TEAR YOU t . r ra ITO PIECES :/>7' ?#!?./ i/ > ,-^y WELL, MAYBE YOU'RE RIGHT, BUT HE'S GETTING DANGEROUS/ WHY- THEY MAY GET THE IDEA OF MAKING HIM KING THEN WHERE'LL WE BE? 1 I HAVE A PUAN WHEREBY WE CAN DISPOSE OF THIS TROUBLESOME PERSON LISTEN - 64—Household Goods $1.00 Dust Mop 2% 76—*'«• Sale, HiacellaneoM FOH SALE: HOO\ 7 EH. SWEEPS". Excellent condition. Complete set of attachments, ?22.50. Call 1906. : WANTED: GENERAL 'HOUSE work of all kinds. Good clean work guaranteed. Both uptown and tonrth ward. Call 2034. WANTED: PRACTICAL NTJRS- ing. Day or night. Red Cross training. Write 270S Txibune. RELIABLE WOMAN WOUL 1 } like hour work. Phone -1454-L. J. TO CARE FOR CHILDREN BY day or week. Write Tribune 2713. 41—Wanted to Borrow WANTED TO BORROW: $1,000 on clear Polk county, Iowa, 160- acre farm. Write Tribune" 2703. WANTED TO BORROW: $1,200, 1st mortgage on Ames property. Write 2706 Tribune. 44—Business Instruction EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY. For a 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, Sox 143, Ames, Iowa. 69—K'uci 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 S21 Lincolnway 8—Anto Parts, Accessorie Have Us Prepare Your Car For Winter Driving Heaters, Prestone, alcohol, antifreezes. Cliff Roberson Garage •112 Burnett Phone 31 CHRYSLER AND PLYMOUTH 10—Service Stations Loyd's Service Station Alcohol — Prestone Winter Oils and Greases, Batteries Lincolnway—-Phone P028 M S 12—Beauty Service 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 de- liverymea are reliable. Gilchrist Coal & Feed Kellogg Ave.—Phone -232 Day IOWA COAL Benson's Lower Vein Also Ogden $2.75 and up. Foster Coal Co. Phone 21SO-J. Nite Ph. 2S5-W Moran, Harold, Ogden Iowa's Best Coal Phone 56C-W COAL: CALL ]3*2-W FOR IOWA coal. Hennick Coal Co. LUTHER'S BEST COAL. LIV- lngatonJ3r«s. Phone 1712-J. COBS; ~~~ LUTHER BEST $0.00 ton. Phone fi27. COAL, Q A < i M h Shop yon finder xvnve or )„„,(-,.] v »ve by a.i operator. PJiouo 1252, HKlutlCK can Imve | Good r;-n <M—Household Goodi Good Usod COAL RANGES $12.50 to $17.50 JltUi Kfls $ 1 U.iiO |Walsh Furn, .& Hclwe. MODEL; A 1929 COUPE, GOOD shapfe Reasoaafele. Also leatn^r davengort and small ice-box. Phone 399, 1110 Lincoln way. / SACRIFICE SALE HIGH GRADE furniture, rugs. Call-625. FOR" SALE: A SMALL GROCERY store. Little Bros. Phone 196. 7fr—Wmated, MlacellAneon. ineotM I —...., I WANTED Old gold and gold filled jewelry, bridges, crowns, eta Charles G. Ray JEWELER 230 Main St. with Dixon Drug WANTED TO BUY: EAR CORN. Phone 39F15. IV—Poultry (or 8«J« PUOLTR* — DRESSED CHIOK- ens; Springs 15c per Ib. Hens, 14c per Ib. No charge for dressing and delivery. Woodland Farms. Phone 435. 82—Koom and Board VVAK.VI Bi-i!iifiJfL\G ROOM. MEALS if desired. Phone 920. FREE ROOM WITH MEALS. 920 Douglas. 83—Booms Without Board DOWNSTAIRS KOOM. PRIVATE entrance. 1106-W. CHICAGO <CE)—Livestock: HOGS: 17,000, including 6,000 directs. Active, 10 to 15 cents higher. Bulk 150 to 300 IDS., ?4.35@ 5155. Top ?4.60. Pigs $4.25 down. Packing sows §3.40@?3.80. Light light, 140 to 160 Ibs., good and choice, $4.25@$4.50; light weight, 160 to 200 Ibs.. good and choice, 54.35 @ $4.55: medium weight, 200 to 250 Ibs., good and choice, $4.40 @$160; heavy -weight, 250 to 350 Ibs., good and choice, ?4.40@?4.55; packing sows, 275 to 550 Ibs., medium and good, $3.50@$4.00; slaughter pigs, 100 to 130 Ibs., good and choice, $3.50@$4.25. CATTLE: 5,500, calves 1,500. No reliable outlet for fed steers over 1100 Ibs. Demand centering on light kinds at $9.50 down. Light cattle strong. Killing quality less desirable. Top • on long yearlings, ?6.00, heifers $6.00. Short fed yearling- heifers" offered more freely, ?5.00 down. Cows, strong, fully 25 cents-higher for week. Bulls and feeders strong. Slaughter cat !e and vealers: Steers. 500 to 900 Ibs., good and choice, $5.25@$6.40; 900 to 1100 Ibs., good and choice, §5.00 @?6.25; 1100 to 1300 Ibs., good and choice, ?4.75@?6.10; 1300 to 1500 Ibs., good and choice, ?4.50@?6.00; 550 to 1300 Ibs., common and medium, $2.75@$5.00. Heifers, 550 to 750 Ibs., good and choice, $5.50@ J6.40; common and medium, §3.00 @f5.50. Cows, good r ?3 ; 00@?4.S5; common and medium, J2.00@$3.00; low 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, ?3.50@$4.50. Stacker and feeder cattle: Steers, 500 to 1050 Ibs., good and choice, ?3.75'@ $5.00; common and medium, $2.00 @$3.75. SHEEP: 11,000. Fat lambs opening around 25 cents lower. Good and choice- natives $6.75@$7.00. Sheep weak. Feeding lambs firm. Slaughter sheep and lambs: Lambs, 90 Ibs. down, good and choice, $6.00@$7.15; common and medium, $4.50@?6.00. .Ewes, 90 to 150 Ibs., good and choice, §1.5.0® $2.75; all -wts., common and medium, $1.25@?2.25. Feeding lambs, 50 to 75 Ibs., good and choice, $6.00 @?6.60. (Too late to classify) Help Wanted $4 to $5 per day Men aid Women No experience necessary, full or part time. Apply to Mr. Orrick at the Ames Daily Tribune-Times office. No phone calls. 85—Apartment*, Fl#ta JBB—Apartment*, Plat* CALL 486-J Apartments and houses, close to college, clean, eat, convenient, priced right. Chas. Miller, 132 Hayward Ave. TWO OR THREE ROOMS WITH bath. Close to downtown business section on bus line. All strictly modern. These are extra large pleasant .rooms. New, clean wall paper. For further particulars write 2702 in Care of Tribune- Times. FURNISHED APARTMENTS AND furnisneo dwelling. Phone 196 Little Brothers. TWO NICELY FURNISHB ) rooms and sleeping porcli. 815 Burnett. -Phone 1266-W. NEATLY FURNISHED' THREE room apartment. Close in. Immediate possession. 11 I.Lincoln way. HIGHLY DESIRABLE APT. FOR rent, nrookrldge neighborhood. Call 618-W or 2356. UNFURNISHED THKEK ROOMS, kitchenette and bnth. Onk floors. 722 Grand. CHOICE FURNISHED 3 ROOM npt. Close- in. Call 1271 FOIt KKNT: Al'AKTMKNT. 710 Ai'AKTMENT. 522 DOUGLAS Phone 806. WARM APARTMENT. 317 SIXTH street FOR RENT: GOOD APARTMENT, Dr. Proctor. COZY TWO ROOM APT. 939-W. *6—>£»nted, Rooms or Board WANTED: TWO LARGE, UN- furnished rooms jiear business district. Write 2707 Tribune. WANTED: SMALL, FURNISHED apartment about November 1st. Adults. Write 2712 Tribuuf. 8$—Barn:; and Garages GARAGE AT kzl WIL6ON. 161S-J. •4—Houses for Rent FOR RENT 1,000 feet floor space at 213 Main. S ;cond floor, suitable for double office. Will alter to suit tenanis. W. H. Jameson CHICAGO OJ.P.)—Grain range: Open WHEAT: May 90 July 87 Dec. S7ii CORN: May 53% July 55% Dec. 47?4 OATS: May 40 & July 37%' Dec. 37% RYE: May 68% July 68% Dec. 62% BARLE Y.- Dec. 50 May 54% July Higb. Low Close TRIBUNE-TIMES FARM NEWS 91 88% 87% 56 4S% 40% 37V2 37% 68% 62% 85% 52% 54% 38% 35% 66% C6% 60 Vj 48% 52% 88% 85% 54% 38% 35% IANKAGE USEFUL AS A PIG FEED Tankage full-fed to market pigs, especially those on inadequate pasture, proved to be an economical protein supplement in swine feed- Ing demonstrations conducted in 25 Iowa counties last year, E. L. Quaife, extension animal husbandman at Iowa State college, announced Friday. Results of the demonstrations conducted with the cooperation of swine producers and farm bureaus have just besn compiled following a '• series of field meetings where the hogs were weighed and results announced to farmers. The greatest advantage of feeding tankage lies in getting the pigs to market as quickly as possible; the tests indicated. Pigs on a full- feed of tankago gained 1.33 pounds per pig each day; those on a limited amount, 1.22 pounds and those fed no tankage in the ration 1.06 pounds. The benefits of tankage, both in rate and economy of grain, showed up best on poor pasture. Tank- age full-fed to pigs on good pasture such as alfalfa, rape or clover did not give as good results as on poorer Dasture.. Tankage fed in limited ajnounts mixed with ground oats makes . a good ratin for growing stock, said Mr. Quaife, or for market pigs which are not being pushed for an early market. The feeding of a small amount of oats resulted in slightly faster greatly, it slowed up the gain and increased the cost. Oat« have been high in price compared to corn when feeding value is considered, Mr. Quaife explained. The use of buttermilk and skim- milk gave good results. Feeding of one-half to one gallon of milk per day per pig proved more profitable than tow gallons based oa 1.6 cents a gallon for the buttermilk or skimmilk. "T.he value of pasture in producing market pigs," said Mr. Quaife, "is stiown by the fact that the better pastures such as alfalfa, clover, and rape help to ke«p toe cost of production down and resulted in much more rapid gain. than where the pastures w r ere poor. Farm Comment By MH8 E. 0. ROBINSON to be needed! It is also a-great help to the cook, to have plenty of good hearty food on hand. On« who has nevy seen active, husky, corn huskers fill up, have missed something. Husking from about daylight until noon seems a very. long. day without much to . eau., Everything tastes so good .when,' one has the outdoor appetite brpi'- on by frosty air and vigorous «>-• ercise. .«... Meat Is fried down, cold packed, or salted down for use during husking. Then later on, more elaborate methods are used, -when there is more time to care for the meat farmers sometimes butcher an animal and divide the meat Later on another of the ring furnishes the animal to be divided. Looks like a good plan where it can be •worked out satisfactorily.. 35*i i gains than when no oats were fed, ithe demonstrations indicated. The advantage was greatest with pigs which were not fed tankage. When the amount of oats wus increased 66% 60% 4S% 52% Today's Markets Prices Bid by Local Dealers higher; receipts 4S trucks, 1 car; fowls S@12Vi; broilers 8; leghorns 7; ducks 10; geese 9%; turkeys 12@14. CHEESE: Twins, Hvi(??12: Longhorns 12VA©12^. POTATOES: About steady. No. 2 corn 33c lid ear corn 3 lr- New ear corn 25 ^P New shelled corn 27 J ,b< Oats . .25V1- Hogs 53.85 Cream, sweet 25c Cream, sour 24c | NEW YORK U T .F> — Following Eggs, No. ; -.19c are Thursday's closing bids ou the New York Stocks Close Today What a wonderful week-end afte the ' storms. Friday night wa windy, and rainy, with ssvera minutes -when good-sized hail pat tered'oh the roof with unrestrain ed violence. Too late in the season to do as much damage as woulc have been the case two months o more ago. Saturday forenoon it rained ant hailed, with violent lightning and thunder south and east of Ames. Many men attended the Storj county husking contest, near Ship ley, Saturday afternoon. Some o the -women went too, some to Ames to do shopping and some remained at home. Much interest is being all thru the county over the result of the Tribune .subscription contest. One wants some favorite to win. another \vants the Tribune to have a full list of subscribers, and another is curious to see if people really have money enough to subscribe. The real fact is that no one can afford to be without the Tribune if he lives in this tenl ! tory. This is both for the news j the social and business announce incuts, and the splendid sales ad vertiscments which are all the time appearing. You soon pay your subscription from what you save thru the ads. New York stock exchange: American Can 50 American Locomotive American T. und T. .. American Tobacco B. Anaconda Atchison, T. & ij. K. ....24 . ...IWi FOR RENT: VERY NICE fi ROOM modern house and garage. 214 E. Svvciith street. FOR RENT: SMALL HOl'SK, 2 rooms partly furnfshod. Call 2362-W. 101—1/olit for Sale POK IJK.s i OK :-,.u..';. i;tU>n I,.I Eggs, No. 2 15c Heavy hens, 4^ Ibs. and up ....7c Heavy hens undei 4 J ,b Ibs 5c Heavy breed springs. 4 Ibs. and over 7c Heavy breed springs under 4 Ibs. 6c i ......_. Leghorn springs - fie , Bethlehem Steel Leghorn hens .. 5c)0. & N. W. Com . ...S All cox 3c i Chrysler 41 _ * _ I Corn Products 77% Jjurom. ..?"'/* General Electric General Motors International Haivestrr 2SM: PRODUCE CHICAGO Of—Produce: EGGS: Market firm: receipts 3,578 ensos; extra firsts :M: current receipts l7Mi'1S; <1lrtlea 12 ©HVi. BUTTER: Market steady: ro- Cfipls 8,251 tubi»; Rpeeial:; 2 24; extras 23; oxtru firsts 22; first-, 18!£.'(<'!9; seronds 21. 3 Montgomery Ward New York Out nil .... Pennsylvania R. H ., Sears-Roebuck Standnrd Oil of N. J. , Studohakcr 'U. S. Rubber V. S. Steel WoslfiiKhouse Klocirlr. R'aiuliird Oil of ln.1 ...S3V4 A dear friend of mine called nie up to say that she thot another old-time plan of drying pumpkin was much better than drying it in strips. Namely, cooking it down, as tor pies, add spices aud part of the sugar (or not) spread it on plates and dry in the warm oven or outdoors, *if the sun was hot enough. When it is thoroly dry : t is to be stored in bags. [ would thluk those little sugar sacks of cloth would ge good. When it is to bo used" for pies a sufficient quantity should bo washed and soaked in milk, urMl soft enough. Tlien the «'Kgs, sugar and more milk are added to taste. Othtrs have told nan this recipe Is pood. Pumpkin niny he fanned so that it will keep In tin cans. Some cold pack It. in glnsn jars, nliio. Karfuerx are marking tlni* 1 now. .Uipt waltlnj? until tne wnth«r IN cold eno igh for bull tr ' -'. :< Ml 11 nil III H . l. *" «»mil! Yil \ n I (H 111(1 • '" • H j ' ' '" ' "" 'f*" (( " "" l ' " ' ' '*• •'«•"• POULTRY: Market -':•::•.!> to Ic ClUts Service ,.,:- lh jfoi use d\irluR corn husking seeut.s Do not forget to get the dahlia and gladiola bulbs dug and stored before it is much colder. Frosty nights add nothing to the vitality of the bulbs. It seemt that more people have success keeping bulbs safely, where the temperature and moisture content are about right for Irish potatoes. MANY ENTRIES IN FOR COEN SHOW' HERE (Continued From Page One) program for Friday and Saturday : is as follows: > FRIDAY >> Judging of corn and vegetable shoiy exhibits. Shew open for in- ! spection thruout the day. Special bargains in Ames stores. ; Student barbenue, pep meeting ' and opening events in annual Iowa State college homecoming, beginning 6 p. m. SATURDAY Award of prizes in the corn and vegetable show and to registered contestants in specialty events. Special bargains in Ames stores. • Final day. of corn show. Band concert by Iowa .State college band, 11 a. m. Address by Dr. T. W. Schultz of the economics department at Iowa State college on the agricultural adjustment program, 1 p. m. at the Twin Star theater. Football, Iowa State vs. Missouri, p. m. at State field. Corn-Hog Chairman Speaks A small, but intensely interested gathering of farm people listened to a talk by Roswell Garst, Coon Rapids, chairman of the Iowa Corn- Hog committee at the Twin Star theater at 1 p. m., Thursday. The hour was somewhat inconvenient for many who desired to hear Mr. Garst, but was necessitated by the fact that he had to appear again at 2:30 o'clock before a gathering of extension agents at he annual conference of the Iowa State college agricultural extension service. On Saturday, also at 1 o'clock, Prof. T. W. Schulti of the department of agriculutral economics itt oua State, will speak at the -;tar on the national agricultural dministratioti. This hour in fixed o uccomudate the oppninK of Hif heuter for its regular Kitt '.inlay f tor noon perfonuanc* »' 2 o'clock. The use of the ih«p.'er hut bora ontrlbiV^d f° r the, Corn Kni|ih« elebnttion without churn fi by Jo* Gerbrach, nmnHKer of Hu- Ante* 'heater company. There wn» to to >.]>,• Mirfre** afternoon ari'l ih'TC t: licut ou

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