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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 23, 1914, Mason City, Iowa                                Special to The GlobeGazette l Washington June clal organizations which have beeft bombarding the Iowa congressmep with letters protesting against pett trust legislation in might aa well save postage most of these letters are goingdi rect to the waste basket since it was discovered that the flood of letters was part of a national propaganda designed to influence congress President Wilson rather knocked the props from under the campaign when ha the newspaper men conies of prepared telegrams and let ters which hafi been sent out to commercial organizations and others with instructions to send them on to congressmen The congressmen hadnt compared notes they difl not know that the missives thej were receiving werethe same Identi cal letters that had been the offices chamber the United few 1blockB from lus then sent broadcast anJ try to comebacfe tne lutloim adoptp form ot ciations by commercial It Is i organizations that s Sfeaefallyfelt in Washington resident Wilapn made good on is statement of a few weeks ago that the country has been witnessing a The effect of the presidents calling attention to the publicity movement to reduce the number of letters and telegrams re reived by congressmen from or ganizations la their districts The stock form of resolutions re ceived by the congressmen have re cited that organizations were opposed to any further legislation on the pdrt of congress Increasing the regulation on the part of the government over the ordinary In dustrial and commercial enterprises land corporations of the country and declared that to revival of business it is necessaryfor con gress to cease time being to enact sny further legislation over the ordinary conduct of business in the country until such business has caught up with the new legislation through tariff and currency regula tion which has already been enact President Wilsons idea is to clean the late of business reguia tpry legislation this session and then give the countrytime to adjust j Itself when the job is done and not another year of uncertainty whiJe will throw a few more fits oxer the legislation yet enacted John Bartlemler of Museatine here toattend the gradua tion of his son at the Catholic university next week tells a some what different story the bus iness outlook in Iowa He says Iowa is getting ready to harvest AOSTIN PACKERS VICTORY IS EASY Opportune Hitting Gives of Score to Visitors at Park SWday Opportune hitting and ommlsslod and commission gave AusJHntthe second game of their ser fifason City by pie lopsided score of 6 to 0 Manager Chase of the put ck the big boy CrouaSi on the mound despite his poor sTiowlng the piadi Thursday and iie Jocals to one lone hit by Hanford era exercise after aev n took rfchs place the game put on See and allowed 6 hit whidh was a popup by Fitz erald on which the entire Austin Infield tried to inake the play and np oiie toucher the baU From the popoff toot kind ly to the offering of Mr Kettering itttlhgr for a base Chase and MQ likewise which inteiS mihgled with an error by Me Clel land and an ivory play by Rebeck netted three runs In the second inning Perry aeain hit a clean single and Bug Schu bert scored him a nice hlngle to left center after sac rificed him to second Chase also delivered a single as did Deltrich The local performers then tight ened up and Kitterings pfferJngs from that time on till the eighth were unhittable In that stanza af ter Chase had filed to first McDufE singled and was caught off first on ridiculous play Evans followed with a two bagger and Meany scored him with a clean single The run getting for the home team wasnill The closest they came to scoring was in the first inning and that was not sufficiently close tp cause any anxiety on the part of the visitors There was only a small crowd in attendance the local fans evidently waiting to see the colored brethren from the Windy City who are some ball players who will appear on he local lot this afternoon and Sun day against Connie Collins athletics Following is the score Mason City R H PO A rf 0 Collins If Murray 2b 0 isy cf Hzpatrick c appe SB VIcCleUand 3b Rebeck Ib Kettering p Palmer 0 0 2 27 11 seen of the depression of which so much has been1 said and they are on the whole taking a rosy view of the situation Asked what Iowa 1 thought of the Panama canal tolls question he said he had never heard it discussed in Iowa and that as a political or economic issue there it would have no effect whatever VALLEY FORGE 0 1 1 1 Z 0 2 Jvans 2b 1 13 Meaney cf 1 1 Deltrich 3b 1 2 Crouch 0 0 Q Perry c Beal Schubert If hase ss McDufE Ib Special to TheGlobeGazette Philadelphia June Noted orators and many representa tives and other societies gathered at Valley Forge today for the dedication of the na tions memorial to the patriots who suffered there in a winter cam paign under Washington for the in dependence of tlie American colon ies The memorial is in the form of an imposing arch and was erected at a cost of which amount congress appropriated for the pur pose several years ago The arch stands at the junction of the old Gnlph road where It crosses the outer line driveway Its design was largely influenced by that of the famous Arch of Titus In Ro which has been somewhat adapted to meet the conditions at Valley Forge The architect was Paul M Cret pro fessor of design in the School of Architecture of the University Pennsylvania The arch is of granite sixtyfeat hjgh On one side is the Ingarlp tleji To the officers and private soldiers of the Continental army Dec 19 1777 June ip On the other side of the arch ia the quotation Naked and starving as they were we cannot enough admire the incomparable patience and fi delity of the BenHur Convention The supreme convention of the Tribe of BenHur which is held ev ery two years at Crawfordsvllle was heldthis year Tuesday and Wednesday June 16 and it W J Brown who was the delegate from here returned lasteyenlng Mr Brown reports that there were abouI four hundred and visitors present at the first day wa taken up by a busiripss meetina apd Wednesdaythe delegates an2 visitors were given a fine by the Crawfordpville club at the Y M C A building One of the noted guests was Vice Presi dent Marshal oj the United States Jfr Marshall is a member of the Tribe of Ben Hur ana addressed the leathering After the banquet the delegates visited tho home of Gerj Wallace the author of Ben Hur Now what will Des Molnes do It two candidates for governor as Cas Sclienck seems to have boated Bashon With one 1 2 0 3 4 3 1 12 0 1 Austin BPOv A Q 0 0 0 200 150 800 1 1 0 0 2 1 4 0 010 to do 7 but with two well Caspar will havo to hand shako and strike the grit Totals 6 10 27 13 2 Summary Two base and Frost Base on Ket tering 1 off Dundee 2 Off Crouch 3 Hit by Chase Murray Meaney Struck Crouch 7 Dunphee 1 Ketterlng 2 Double to Rebeck Passed THE SMITH FAMILY In the biographical dictionaries encyclopedias and city directories of nearly all the nations of the world the honored name of Smith or equivalent In other pies a large space The Smith fam ily IB by all odds the most numer ous in the world and Its members have achieved fame In practically every line of human endeavor It is an honest name and in Its origin in dicative of humble but useful and honorable toil but the descendants of the original Smith have become peers and knights The Smiths have been and are scientists warriors historians authors poets journal ists inventors artists clergymen philanthropists statesmen educat ors founders of new religions and destroyers of old ones explorers judges fact anything a man may be B ftas been And an amazingly small proportion of them have been criminals or malefactors The Smiths are proud of their name and fey have tarnished it And of all ifee raaeculjne a wonderfully large proportion have ibeen Johns It Is a good whole some solid and substantial natn John Smith It fairly radiates or and honesty and fair dealing Fraudulent promoters have beep known to assume the name of Jolm Smith In order to give an atmos phere of sincerity and uprightness to their business It Is not an aristocratic name and some may sneer at It as plebeian John Smith does not suggest ro mance or adventure until one re members that the most celebrated Pf all John Smiths lived filled with morerbtpahce mTrf5 Ehriillng situations and hairbreadth could be crammed Into a dozen els John Smith the founder pf Vir ginia and the hero of tho Pocahontoa episode died in London on 2T 1631 and tomorrow the 283rd an niversary of the close of his mun dane career many London Smiths visit the ancient church where he lies buried to pay their annual tribute to the memory man who was In many waya the greatest of tie Theremalns of the so North Ha15uri8d In the Church of St Sepulchre Snow HU1 1 big famous chxjrqh its tlmesearred walls of many great men alsp an in 1870 and a grim relic at the past in the ot the ifeid which waa rung out Newgate At mlJmght on the of an England America however are npt only riationg to cherish the memory of a John Smith Men bearing that name been prom inent in many landsand formany centuries Before had become dead language a Jphannes Smlthus achieved in the an cient world In Germany where John Smith becomes Hans Schmidt the name has jbeen b many riot a few celebrltjert The same i is true of Italy where Giovanni Smith Is a gentleman fre quently to be met with In France John Smith translaxed Into Jean Smeets is not so numer ous as in England and America tfut there are quite a number of him In Spain one may often meet Smith masquerading as Senor Smithus In the land of theczar Joan Smith Is transformed Jonloff Smitolc skl Jahnne Smithson is the Ice landic version while in Poland he Is scarcely recognizable as Ivan SchmittiweJsSri Although Spanish Is the language of Mexico the Juan Smithus of Spain is seldom used and Jontli FSmitri JB the commoner version In China and Japan there are pop ular family names approximating to Smith iand with the introduction of Christianity sn Oriental adaptation of John has come Into use but It ia impossible to reduce them to Eng lish with any degree of accuracy Modern Greece knows John Smith as Ion SInikton which Is certainly a complete disguise although no more than Yoo Seef of Turkey S Washington D June surance that he will go to Iowa dur ing the fall campaign if congress will Complete his program legislation before adjournment was giveu by President Wilson upon the occasion of the visit of Congressman Kirk patrlck and L T Richmond a prominent banker of Albia and an in fluential member of Iowas demo cracy to the White House before the departure for home of the latter Richmond went back to Iowa to spread this good word and Congress manKirkpatrick returned to his seat on the floor the lower house in tent upon doing his utmost to fol low She directions of the president It generally believed here that congwss will set to work from now forward and hasten all possible the program of legislation mapped out at the White House And it is the cpn llderit belief of Congressmen Con no5y who Is the democratic stand ard bearer in the Hawkeye state this year Vollmer and Kirkpatrick that the Hawkeys democracy will enjoy several speeches from the President during the fall Congressman Connolly is doing night wfjrk in his office to make up for the hour In the afternoon that he devoted to practicing with the other democratic members of thehouse baseball team which next week meets the republican members In a game for the benefit ofthe chU drens playgrounds of Washington The groundwork for Congressman Connollys basBball tulent was laid on the corner lots of Dubuque Later he won his letters at Columbia Uni versity Oxford and Heidelberg for athletic prowess and he is looked upon by the house democrats as one of the really strong props under their athletic tent for the coming baseball struggle Opposition is not expected in the senate to Senator Luke Leas bill providing1 for the application of the Kenyon Light Law now effec tive in the district and which is similarto theCosson law of Iowa to the Territory of Hawaii It is In sisted that the island Is overrun undesirables from ttie Pacific coast and that with a measure like the Kenyon law effective the officials will easily get rid of the underworld denizens Dr T M Throokmorton and his Dp Jeanette Throokmor tont of Charlton Iowa are visiting in Washington this week preparatory to going to Atlantic City to attend a convention of medical men and women Dr Throckmortpn wap for merly connected with toe Stpfe Board pj JjeaUb pf Ipwa and his daughter la reputedjfo of the most successful in the Harry Vollmer SfCongfess man and Mrs Vollmer is visiting ftla parents here having Haven whero ho attends Yale Mr Vollmer is taking a course In lib erel tor in the house and senate galleries durnig his stay ihere Enroute to her aoipe in Dubuque from a sojourn Jnthe southland Miss M Branjjafi visited Washington while called on Congress man Jiaurice Connolly Passports from to Germany and other points abroad were pro cured by Congressman Vollmer from the state department today tot Henry ff Peterson a prominent of Davenport who sailed frpjn New J3irope Toobtain under the ew cvifrency law the Bank of Lawv jejr a stale institution has prgan jzpd as the First National Bank of iiawler Iowa with a capital stock of F MEET GRAND SUCCESS efl But Iarge Crowd of Odd Fellows Departed Their Homes Late Tired but happy the bulk of tlie visitors from all over Iowa here yes terday attending the annual pjcnlc and home coining ofthe OddFellows home left last night A few stayed over friends and took trains out of the city CommlBSioner Cato SellBj if one time a democratic wheel torso of Iowa is continuing his dut ies with considerable satisfaction to ilmaeif and the admniatratictn even f the proposed Increase in his yearly to was de on the floor of the lower bouse by a point of order Mr Sells he never requested the increase that it was aome of his friends who reailzed that the present salary not cpmmeaaurata with the work performed i Says He Would Use Official Ax ou Any Policeman Guilty of Wagering on Race Results Chief of Police Menno Snider said this morning that he would discharge immediately any member of his force who wagered money on the horse races any day of the three day meet here He further made the statement that although he did not attend the races personally he is sure that there was no hand bookmaktng going on at the grounds Prominent men In the grandstand say that the bookies be came so free with their wagers that they solicited business in the grand stand A prominent business man of the city sitting with his wife at the west end of the grandstand Thurs day afternoon made the statement to day that he saw a member of the force standing facing him on the jromenade in front of the stand In lis hand was held a ten dollar bill The same member of the force asked another man how much he was jetting on the races and how he was going to place his money Chief Snider admits that there was betting joing on at the track between those n the grandstand and other places although he flatly denies that there hand bookmaking going on consists oi a pad of paper of a bookj the horses jotted down their odds and the names of those dist church at Mitchenvllle made the most interesting address of the af ternoon The program started promptly at Mr Kight mixed humor and seriousness with a power of oratory that delighted the audi ence With each serious fact which he would bring home to the audi ence he would cement its point with a pun that made the fact more easy to be remembered He spoke of the large advance that the Odd Fellows were making in the state and par ticularly of the advance that thoy had made during the past year He said that there were now over 000 Odd Fellows ia the state and two million in the United States Others on the program were list ened to attentively and were ap plauded for their spirit of endeavor for the order Probably onethird of those at tending brought basket lunches with them These werespread about the lawns during the noon hour lending the proper plcnie air to the occasion The rest of those there eltherhad dinner in Mason City or at the stand on the grounds The children were in plentiful evi dence Amusements were provided for them during the day placed whose money is bet against them placed be side them The bookies had per sons holding stakes for them In some Instances and In aome cases did not have the names of those bet ting on paper Two Couples Brought to Station From East Is Mary Query the Gallon of Uoozc The regularly performed work of the police which is performed at ir regular times got results last night Three officers made a careful sur vey of East Park at 10 oclock Their little dragnet brought in two couples These people were loaded Into a machine and sent in to the station while the officers continued their survey For an hour they oc cupied tne mourners wait Ing for the officers to come In and talk It over Talking It over was very difficult Inasmuch as only one of the quartet was able to speak and understand English These couples were found In the swings and were very much surprised when the police turned their flashlights onto them They protested their Innocense of any wrong Intent and claimed that they could not read and did not know there was any rule against be ing in the park late at night al thpugty they tjipught It funny that nbone else was It was decided to let these people go after registering them so that If they are not sincere In their peni tence they may be apprehended again and their7 punishment meted out to them on a second occasion doubly strong They were lour happy Polanders that left the police statlpn at about One of them had been In the tolls of the law be fore and had been treated very ser verely He knew what to expect for misconduct and was profuse in his bubbledrsnuffed anrj sneezed apolo gies as he left the station Fomoiis Ferrets Figure Finding of an empty pasteboard carton that had contained a gallon pf booze in Bast Park has sat the sleuths to trying to figure out who Mary Smith Is The way bill labels of tne express company wore saved The liquor had been addressed pniy to Mary Smith Mason City and iBsqme C9njecture a to how the express companyproperly identi fied Mary when she called for her The liquor Anent ilary and her booze D 0 Hibbard Y M C A secretary has the following to say Mary Smith lives in Mason City at least Mary Smith receives her express In Mason City We think 1 the Delegates voicajl a vote of thanks to cdiqipittees of the local lodge had their hands the program of yesterday V was declared to be tho biggest suc cess of any of the phonics held In state In the past Special afreet were j4Jj noon until late in the to and from the Odd grounds at the home Many from near points in and aeverai drove with from towns near by The number of Odd Fellows and families attending the did not come to Ma Jlty although during most of the doming streets were sprinkled with persons wearing th6 little badge denoting them as members of that happy tribe who held forth here yesterday and who had the wel come of the entire city Although the number did not como up to the mark that had been figured oh the crowd wiajs larg er than has ever been here before The cpol snaji did not deter them in the Blightest Rev Mr Kight grand chaiplain pf the state and pastor of the City Harry Pitman will enter hJs Harley port and if Is quite likely that C WT Seeley will eiiter s special from the factory At least ten en trants are expected and competition will be close 1J Ju unlikely that the Oerro Gardo Championship race will be contested this meet as the club has no fast machines with which to compete with of the big meet H Dr Wilbert Shalienberger The regular and disease specialist who has visited Ma son City since 901 will be at f NEW CECIL HOTEL MASON CITY j FRIDAY JULY COONIYS Cffllf that Mary is aloVer of nature and possibly that she is a lover of strong waters Mary feeling a great thirst come upon her apparently wrote to ler friend Mr A E Shields of Al bert Lea and Mr Shields knowing Mary very well com passion upon her and in the 17th nst forwarded to quart bottles of Mary four whiskey one Mr Shields even prepaid the express package to the amount of twenty seven cents It is very fortunate for Wary thatMr Shields and the ex press company are such good friends Only a good friend would have been able to send a paper carton con taining four quarts of whiskey with out a more specific address but for Mr Shields friends in the express business It was quite sufficient to address this package Mary Smith Mason City We know that Mary received her consignment because without hesi tancy she opened the carton and re moved therefrom four onequart bottlea of strong water Mary is a married lady We know this be cause Mr Smith marked her package For private use How this package escaped the raids made on the express companies It is hard to tell inasmuch as the raids were made Just in time to catch this shipment But as we have already stated Mary and Mr Shields are both exceedingly good friends of the express people It Is quite possible Mr Shields and the express people have other friends by the name of Mary or Jennie or Josle Possibly Mr Shields has some male friends in Mason City IfORCYCLE Two Big Speed Events For Pair Grounds Track In Near Riders Coining Mptorcycle races will be the di version of the speed Pans when the Cerro Oordo Motorcycle aqd Racing Association puU off their flrat meet of the year on the fair grounds track Closely following on toe heels of this event will be the club conteat of the Mason City Motorcycle club fpr local riders pnly The latter is not an open affair but only for club members but a race is a race The Cerro Oordo Association are attempting the biggest thing ever in the racing game in this city when such men of national prominence as Glen Stokes Ray Seymour Flecken sleln Flying Jew meet in open competition Ray Seymour la at present holding all worlds records for 11 tp 33 miles made on a special Indian glght Valve raoer This identical machine haa been entered by R H Williams Company aa well us two other racing machines Riders from Illinois have entered ad wall as riders from tho Minneapolis Motordrome Following tho big event the Qrimm Turns Fat Oheck Into County Treasury as Proceedp of Sale of Fattened Stock cqunty was enriched this morning to the ex tent of when Supervisor A N Grimm who haa charge of the operation of the county farm and the marketing of Its products Burn ed over to County Treasurer R J WoWod of the sale this week of a number of fat cattle These cattle were shipped to the Chicago market and ag SB usual with cattle prepared for market on the county farm were in condition Jo bring the top price NOTICE OP INCORPORATION Notice ishereby given that the un dersigned have associated themselves together under and by virtue of Chapter One Title Nine 9 of the Code of Iowaand the Laws amendatory thereto as a corpora tion adopted Articles of In corporation which provide as fol lows J First The name of this corpora tion is the Clark Electric Company and its principal piace of business Mason Clty Iowa Second The general nature of the business to be transacted by such corporation Is the manufacturing repairing buyingand selling at both retail and wholesale of el octrlcol equipments ana supplies and contracting for all kinds of electrical wiring and constructing all Kinds of electrical equipments Third The amount of capital stock authorized by the Articles of Incorporation Is Five Thousand Dollars divided into One Hundred 100 shares of Fifty Dollars each and all stock subscribed shall be paid in at the call of the Board of Directors Fourth Tlhat said corporation shall commence business on the first day of March A 0 1914 and con tinue fpr twenty 20 years with the right of unless sooner dis solved bp a threefourths vote of all the stock subscribed stock holders meeting Fifth That the affairs of such corporation are to toe conducted by four directors to be elected on the first Tuesday in 1914 and on Tuesday of bach Aprilthereafter at which election the stockholders of this corporation shall be entitled to one vote fpr each share of stock owned by such per son or corporation which vote shall be cast In person or by proxy The following named persons B J Clark O P Strlckler M T White and L F Clark are the directors of such corporation who shall hold their offices for one year and until their successors are elected and qual ified Said directors shall from their own number at their first meeting in each year elect a president vice pres ident secretary and treasurer who shall hold their office during the pleasure of said board of directors and who shall give abond to the corporation in such sums and condi tions as the board of directors may direct said directors shall have the right tq fill all vacancies occuring in the offices of said corporation The office of secretary and treasurer may be held by the same person the of ficers to be chosen by the board of directors at the first regular meet ing after the annual stockholders meeting Sixth That the highest amount of indebtedness wihich said corpora tion shall at any time subject itself shall not exceed twothirds 23 of its paid up capital stock Seventh The private property of the members of such corporotion shall be exempt from the debts of said corporation B J CLARK i O P STRICKLER M T WHITE L F OLARK Notice of Application to Sell Estate In the District Court of Iowa in and for Cerro Gordo County Jn the jnatter of the Estate of Chris N Pappoa deceased bate In Pro To Roaa Pappos Nicholas Pappos and Pouskirl Pappoa You and each of you are hereby notified that there is now oh file In the office of the Clerk of the Dis trict Court of Oerro Qordo County State of Iowa the petition of I W Keerl the Administrator ot the Es tate of the said Chris N Pappos asking the court to authorize and empower him to sell the real estate hereinafter described and belonging to said Estate at private sale for the purpose of paying the debts of said Estate sald real estate being de scribed as follows towlt a certain lot fifty feet 100 feet in length In the Northeast corner of the Southeast quarter of Section SB Township 97 Range 20 West of the Fifth Prlnolpal Meridian Cerro Gor do County Iowa The said Applica tion will be heard and determined by said cpurt at 12 oclock noon on the 13th day of April 1914 at the Court Houae In Mason City Cerro Gordo Conuty Iowa It being the first day of the April Term pf Court And that unless you appear at said and place the order will bo gnuited aa stands In petition I W ICEBRL i Administrator By Dunn Bryant Atterneys irom 8 only 28 days Dr Shatfeiirjerfrerls aiyetSaenSy Specialist In the treatment o Chronic that he can name ann locate a v few minutes He has successfully trsatea mans of the moat difficult cases of Chronic Diseases oE men ana women That is why hJs pas he ias coptlnited his visits year alter year whRe other floctqrs have a tew visits and stopped T Bladdsr Consumption In an early nlatre Ca tarrh Ears and Deafness Neuraleia Sick Headache Goitre Eczema Scrofuii ABpendlclHs Gravel I matism of joints ana Also treats Si diseases women scientifically PILES CORED TVITHOOT KNIFE Fissure Flatuln and other rectal treated without surgical operation V al Cues and Rnptnre Giymjr Special Attention NBHVOtlS Are you nervous and despondent easily ed faiod Irritable wbak aad debUltatea mornlnffs wlthoat ambition energy or lifeless easily fatlcued aistrustfnl and wlthbat confidence In yourself Have you sunken red ot blurrefl eyes pimples on your face weak Si back or aejjoslt in urine PRIVATE DISEASES A Cases lona standlnsr especially desiredl I Wrorisr treatment and Incorrect IjavaJ of te Q resulted in the wors t affllc tl on s Varlc ocelo Hyarocele Blood Poison Syphilis Unnatural Dlscharees Weakness Emissions DeblHry Nervousness Dizziness and DefectiveMemory which rulo body and mind It Is hljrfcly Impor tant you obtain the services of a physician who has established a firood reputation for trealfna these diseases Dr Shallenbereer has made years of of Private Diseases of men and women tnows and uses the most scientific methods of fcl them Hundreds of women suffer nn1 told agony with diseases which have been tected or onsklUfuUy treated J WONDEHFUL CURES have been made by him You should consul J I him if you have any Chronic A Spec lallst who has made a1 lifetime study of suchi diseases is certainly prepared to thd Lil best results and If you are sick you need sclenr 1 ttfic trearment v1 l Dr ShaUeaberccr spares no effort to cure hlsv patients He knows that cood results Tfaean as much to him ns lo the patient Mcrt his Consultation and Examination Freeana Confidential Address letters to 766 Oakwood CIHCACC Reference Drexel State 7GO Oakivood Chicago Free Treatise on How to Eliminate the Write today All kinds of par cel post boxes for the shipping by mall pf eggs poultry fruit and vegetables We handle all kinds reX of poultry supplies BOX SIPG 319 Wo 2nd St Room 470 Minneapolis PROPOSAL FOR SC5HOOL ING PLYMOUTH IOWA Sealed proposals will be raceivedfiVv by the Board of Directors of Consolidated Independent of Iowa at the office of R J Hemphill president up to oclpck p m on June for the erection ofa public school build ing in said district received for the furnishing of all latS bor and material for the separate contracts construction of contract and ventlP i y atlng fan and equipment contract All work and material shall con form with the plans and specifica tions prepared by J H Jeffers Co Mason City Iowa Plans may be seen at the the president R J Hemphill iat Plymouth vji at the office of the architect after ML May 20 1914 M K Plans and apecIflcatfonB may obtained from the architect upon apt plication accompanied by a of tor contract and forcontract BC Pull deppstt returned when plans and specifica tions are returned to the architects office on or befpre ten days after receipt of same Each proposal must be accompan ied by a certified check equal to three per cent of total proposal to the Consolidated Independent Dis trict of Plymouth Iowa This deposit will be returned to the bidder whose proposal Is rejected and also to the successful bidder uppn his entering Into contract with said district In ac cordance with his proposal and give a satisfactory surety bond to the district the penalty of which shall be the full amount of the contract r price whichcontract and bpnd shall j be entered Into within five days ati ter acceptance of the Should the bidder tell to enter into such contract and furnish said bond within said time such deposit shalj be forfeited to the district The Board reserves the right reject any and all proposals Dated at Plymouth Iowa llf 30th day of April 1914 i Consolidated Independent trlot oj Plymouth Iowa By R J PreSld ifi f   

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