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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 1, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                TEN MASONCITY GLOBEGAZETTE AUGUST 1 WINTER STORAGE OF GRAIN URGED Department of Agriculture Favors Storing Wheat on Farm ST PAUL Aug 1 H means of distributing the market tag of hard red spring and hard re trinter wheats so that the farmers may get the benefit of the prem iums on high protein content awl may help to prevent glutting the market and thus depressing prices the United States department of agriculture and the extension serv ice of the Minnesota college of agrl culture are calling the attention of farmers to the advisability of pro viding for wheat storage on their farms this year 1 F W Peck director of extension work at the Minnesota college has sent a letter to county agents pointing out that grains carried over from last year are large in quantity Of wheat the carryover is the greatest since 1916 The official record of the United States depart ment of agriculture calls attention to the same thing As a result both urge that farm storage for grain will make pos sible a system of more orderly marketing reduce car shortage and embargoes make it it possible to handle this years crop with less hired help make it possible to clean the grain on the farm and at coun try elevators prevent the pilingof the grain on the ground and enable the farmers to sell wheaton a pro tein basis Mr Peck says Unless there Is a radical change in the general sit uation it will be necessary tomar ket the1929 wheatcrop inore grad ually than usual or the car service and the grain terminal facilities will be overtaxed with ieyery ger of a breakdown in the market ag machinery with consequent price depression and loss to pro ducers The way toprevent such a de velopment is farm storage and says Mr Peck serious considera tion should be given to this method of holding wheat off the market Rudd Superintendent Will Teach at Otrantq RUDD Aug Growl former superintendent of schools here and Mrs Growl have moved their household furnishings to Otrantb Mr Crowl will be super intendent of the Otranto school this coming term and Mrs Crowl will teach in the primary depart ment Men Grumble Women Work TROY Kans Aug 1 UP When the men failed to do anv thing about a bad mud hole excep grumble about it two women Mrs PRETTIEST COED 700 votes Sliss Nannette Sparta of Russellville Ala was chosen the most beautiful stu dent at the University of North Carolina summer school nt Chapel Hill Ernest Scholz and Mrs George Sandy took their spades and went out and made the road passable1 SCOUT JAMBOREE GETS UNDER WAY Duke of Connaughi Offi cially Opens International Event in England ARROWE PARK England Aug 1 weather which tried all day to put a frown on the 50000 youthful faces here gave up this af ternoon and rolled back its rain clouds to make room for a glorious sunlit formal opening of the Boy Scout world jamboree A few minutes before the formal opening rally the sun broke thru and the bright banners the boys had ablue sky above them p m after the Duke of Connaught had declared the jamboree open and after the play ing of the British national anthem Chief Scout Sir Robert Badea Pqwell sounded a queer choking blast on his famous Kudu horn a blast that brot laughter from soino of the grandstand rud a great roar arid waving of banners from the vast boys army massed just across the parade ground Somebody has Invented a combi nation of the saxophone and the bagpipe and there is nothing more that can be Post Standard IVERSIDE Tilt You cant buy better quality ser vice or appearance So wlay pay to more for any other tire are no deep dark secrets any more in JL tire building Super Service and First Quality RIVERSIDE Tires for example cost as much to build as any of the five or six other leading makes on the market For rubber cotton cord and skilled labor Montgomery Ward Co pays current market prices and rates the same as other wellmanaged tire factories pay In addition for 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warb ling Aimee Semplo MePherson has put the youngster on the program of massive Angelas Temple and from now on the boy will sing contentedly Legion Drum Corps From Three States in Cedar Rapids Meet CEDAR RAPIDS Augr 1 Fife and drum corps representing American Legion posts from 13 posts in three states were hers today forthe competition to held tonight s They scheduled a parade this afternoonto eliminate all but eight of them Prizes of 1500 cities represented were Fort Dodge Cedar Rapids Muscatlne Washing ton Webster City State Center Knoxville and Creston Iowa Mo line Monmouth Galesburg and Aledo Illinois and Austin Minne sota Gang war has started in New Or leans Who says the south is not modernand progressive Herald 4 Estherville Boy Is Suffering From Scale ESTHERVILLE Aug 1 Galvln 13 who was injured la i foot fall from a Rock Island b July8 and who was unconscipu many days is reported tobel proving His eyesight which at f was believed might ha impaln better and he is able to read tie He ip still confined in a hospital where he may be for tlrna yet irst Conference on Chinese Situation Has Been Held Claim LONDON Aug 1 Reu ers dispatch from Nanking saya hat a preliminary conference be tween representatives of the Chi nese and soviet governments with regard to the Chinese eastern rail way was hid at Manchuli on the ManchurianSiherian border yester day B N Melnikov Russian consul general at Harbin and the Chinese commissioner fijr foreign affairs In that city were the negotiators Poincare Will Submit to Operation Soon PARIS Aug 1 Premier Raymond Poincare left his home late this afternoon for a clinic in the Rue do le Chaise where he will be operated on for the ailment which was instrumental in causing his retirement from s the premier ship The operation will be per formed towards the end ofthe week perhaps even tomorrow CHARTERS ISSUED DES MOINES Aug 1 poration charters were Issued this week by the secretary of state to the following Iowa companies Mount Ida Building Corporation Davenport capital 5270000 in pre ferred shares and 6000 shares no par stock Thomas A Munro Chi cago president and treasurer Hi ram E Raynor Chicago secretary and Herman Heesch Davenport vico president Fox Shoe Store Inc Waterloo Harold W Fox president and treasurer Helen Fox secretary Council Bluffs Investors Inc Council Bluffs capital 510000 John LPatterson president and J E Cole secretary Hill Fredericks Inc Daven port funeral home capital 300 Oswald C Hill president George HHendrickssecretary Des Moincs Steel Building com pany Des Monies capital John H Albrecht Des Moines pres ident J J McNamany Madison Wig secretary Memorial Park Cemetery associ ation Council Bluffs capital 40 000 C E Laustrup president V P Laustrup secretary The women in congress are begin ning to talk foolishness thereby breaking no congressional prece Globe Mason City Iowa The GlobeGazette Offers a Booklet on Perennials The permanent plants of the flower garden known as per ennials form an Important part at every plan to raise attractive blossoms Once wel started they remain in the garden to bloom year after year Our Washington information btireau has prepared this booklet to help every lover of flowers in raising these permanent plants with success One big item is to understand spring and fall trans planting and winter care Use the coupon Frederic J Haskin Director The tilobeGazette Information Bureau Washington D C I inclose herewith 6 cents In coin or stamps for tt copy of the booklet PERMANENT GARDEN FLOWERS Name Street City For FRIDAY and SPECIAL SAL of WASH FABRIC FEATURING HUNDREDS OP YARDS OF THE SEASONS MOST WANTED WASH FABRICS AT REDUCED PRICES SHEER DRESS COTTONS 29c Yard wide printed dimities in dainty new prints 36 inch Wendy batiste in distinctive new designs 40 inch batiste and voiles in striking color combinations All worth regular 39c yard 25c 49c Printed Tuxedo Prints 86 inch regularly 29c Printed English Broadcloth 36 inch regularly 59c Printed Rayon 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