Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on July 31, 1933 · Page 8
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Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa · Page 8

Ames, Iowa
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Monday, July 31, 1933
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'BUT BETTE1IX AJCZS" DO* DittY TH1UKI-TTHM. 4JCE8. IOWA. MONDAY. JULY 31, 1933. FKBCKLES AND HIS FR1KNOS HOI The Same Old John! By Blower |i2 — Help Wanted, MjOe*l^u«k SPECIAL NOTICE UK Capable of taking charge of rt . .. kitchen. Some experience In meat Orders for reflnishin*. repairing cuttlng . Re8ld<mt of Ame . Uflftwn nll11t*A ttt .,__ n. _ id _ . . i • and upholstering of furniture to be finished before school commences must be turned in at once to Insure prompt delivery. Little Furniture Shop Phon* 114—231 H Main years. Family of six children and tax payer. Why hire outside help? Phone 1695-W. t Strayed, Lo*C, Found LOST: COLLIE PUP, BROWN spotted white, answer* "Laddie." Fourth ward. Call 2055-W. Tommy Trow. Work Wanted, Femal* WANTED: GENERAL HOUSE work of all kinds. Good, clean work guaranteed. Both uptown and fourth ward, 2£c per hoiir. Call 2034. WANTED: TO WORK FOR MY board and a 14 year old boy dur- ^. — l ing meal hours and evening. Call LOST: LADIES TRAVELING BAG {Hazel Hlckle, phone 2400 at 3 between Ames and Huxley. Re- j o'clock. turn to Ames Tribune-Times. ft—Automobile*, Tracks for Bali 1 WANTED: POSITION AS CLERK I or waltw U' store, restaurant I or soda fountain Exp'-HPtice. Be»t 'of references. Call 2&-W., Chevrolet Coach $75 WANTED: COMPETENT STE{ nograpber wants full or part j time work. 258-W. 1931 Ford _.„ Roadster 1929 Ford Coach 1929 Olds Coupe 1928 Olds Coupe 1927 Olds Coach 1928 Whippet Sedan 1926 Chevrolet Coach • 1925 Maxwell Coach ! OPEN EVENINGS W. H. Nutty Garage Plymouth—Dodge—Oftfcmobile Phont 35—Ames 414 Main St. 1926 Chrysler Coach $50 * 1930 Chevrolet Sedan with trunk. 1929 Chevrolet Coach) 1929 Hudson Sedan | 1930 Pontiac Coupe j 2—1926 Chevrolet Sedans 1931 International Truck Allen Motor Co. Chevrolet Dealer* Phone 395 5th 4 Douglas WANTED: HOUSEWORK BY EX- perienced girl. Write 2648 care Tribune. ' EXPERIENCED- HIGH SCHOOL graduate wants house work. 2084-W. [ THI& 15 1 RED HELLO JOMMf HOW'S FWiADl&E JUNCTION «& OWtV A FLA* STOP, MOW ABOUT FOUR MOUTHS AGO THI& WAS QUITE A TOWN BUT WE HAD /k PS>3T.....HC6 ALRCAPY, RED! GET X LOAD OF THI&. TH WIND CAME TEACIN' THHOtXaH HgBE AM; 6LEW TVT WHOtt BLAME oven TO ottn cftt*r AN' WET rr DOWN Jl«T LINE. IT OP.... AN' NOT A ftOUl WA«» HURT WON'T EVEN SHU. AMY COf FEE-WELL. WE'LL OET AUDN& PAT WILL EC WATTlrf FOR 05 r A6AIM/ COULDN'T HARDLY WAIT HOWDY/ GEE,' 15 THIS ALL THERE • IS TO THIS c PLACE ? V'->M'N-POP A Call for Mr. Wales! CARE ^X)F CHILDREN: AFTER- noons or evenings. Phone 1103-J. HOUSEWORK BY EXPERIENCED woman. Phone 411-J. YOUR CAR WASHED AND POL tehed, (duco) 51.00. Call 1617-W. RECOGNIZED HAWK WHILE .'HVWAS LUMCHWG WITH CHKX. 5ELF TWE &OVS 1 Mft/ENT SEEN VDU IN AGES, HAWK! NOT S\NCE THKT SWELL. PAPTV THAT JOE WHAT'SAME: THPEW-WHAT-S'BECOME Or HIM? WHO- JOE HOUTZ? OH. ^E DI?IFTE,D OFP INTO THE TPATX A VEAJ? OP AGO By Cowan 85—ApnrUttenU, Flat* 81—Farm Machinery for Salt FOR SALE: NEARLY NEW CORN planter and two cultivators Phnn* 71 s . Sale, livestock LINCOLN SEDAN Very good, cheap '31 Bulck coupe, like new. '28 Durant 75 sedan, reaBonable. International pickup truck, new, big discount MAX DUITCH AUTO EXOH. Phone 1000 " 323 5th [FOR SALE: FOiR SALE: GUERNSEY COW. Fresh about January. Phone 20S5-W. " 57—Miscellaneous tor Sale FUKA'JSHtU. ,MUD- era bungalow. Summej rates. 4 room modern bouse. Writ* 2825 Tribune. TWO APARTMENTS, FURNISH- ed and unfurnished, freshly decorated, private entrance. Ideal for adults. Phone 24C3-J. CHOICE FURNISHED 2 AND* 3 room apartments. Well located. 620 Crawford. Phone 733-W. APAKTMJCNTS ANL» MOIJKKN bungalow foi rent. Little Broth era. 322 -lull. Phone 196. * FOR SALE: 54-IN- METAL BED and springs, $3.50. 728 Brookridge. COOL FIRST FLOOR APART- ment Private entrance. 302 Lincoln way. . -.-. • • . -• .61—Gardea Produce Sec These Used Car Bargains Before You Buy! '29.Ford Sport Coupe _.., $145 '29 Willys-Knight Coach $135 '25 Hudson Coach $65 Mathison Motor Co. SEE THE NEW PLYMOUTH AT Cliff Roberson Garage Phon« 34 '28 CHEVROLET ROADSTER FOR sale. Practically rebuilt Inquire evenings. Champlin Garage. CORN, CABBAGE, i tomatoes, carrots, beets, onions, j spinach, pepper, dill. Jensens Gardens. Phone 1770. FOR SALE: FIRST CLASS POTA- toes 50c pk.; seconds 25c pk. Jensen's Gardens. Phone 177,0, FOR SALE: CUCUMBERS, LARGE or small. A. E. Kinyon, 1 mile south on 65. DESIRABLE APARTMENT,' ' 4SV- erything furnished. 310 Lincoln way. THREE ROOM UNFURNISHED apartment 622 Douglas, Call 1809. ROOM • AND:. KITCHENETTE, downstairs; Nice for girh 95S-W. ONE 2, .ROOM AND ONE 3 ROOM apartment 412 Main. CaU £60-W\ FOR RENT: APARfMENT. 716 Fifth. 7—Auto Repairs WE FIX THEM OF. They Can't Be Fixed Morrison's Garage READ THE WANTS 85—Apartments, Flat* j . CALL 486-J Apartments CHOICE SORTED Phone 24F5. CUCUMBERS. FOR SALE: 51F16. CUCUMBERS. PH. 62—*Vnit and houses, close to college, clean, neat, convenient, priced right Cbas. Miller, 132 "Haywood Ave, ' NICELY FURNISHED 3 .ROOM apartment. Summer rates. 522 Burnett . - SPRAYED, HAND PICKED UUCH- ess apples, $1.25 basket. Vi mile south Ontario. 63F3. * 63—Plaiits, Flowers, Shrubs NEWLY DECORATED KITCHEN ette apartment, J12. 475-W. , FOUR ROOM APARTMENT: PRI- vate bath. Phone 662. GET YOUR OKJJ^K IN FOK POP- pies now i Garden. at Greer's Perennial 323 Llhcdnwav Phone 9iO I 11—Wanted, Automotive 73—For Sale, Miscellaneous WANTED" SEDAN OR COACH. I Not Over $50 cash. Write-2651 1 Tribune. M 12—Beaut; Service RINGLET CRO^UIGNOLE PER- manents 2.50. Allene's Beauty Shoppe, 322J& Main. Phone 427. 13—Business Service Offered Furnaces Cleaned! Let us clean your furnace no* with our aew Super Suction System. Guaranteed satisfaction at a low cost Phone 662 A. G. Speer* Furnace and Tin Shop 119 E. Seventh Plumbing — Heating and Well Work PHONE 226 E. A. Foy NEW FURNACES Gen. furnace repair work. Furnaces vacuum cleaned. Eve trough work F. A. Gould Phont 527-J J12 Main St. C. E. SUCHER Paints and Papers Contracting Phon« 1482-J ; 26 c>pro|| $125 Burroughs ADDING MACHINE Special $35 Smith Premier typewriter $5.75 White electric sewing machine, guaranteed $24.50 Walsh Furn. & Hdwe. Phon« 685 FOR SALE OR TRADE: GARAGE, good young cow, electric popper, good used car, pressure pump. Wanted, good used truck, furniture, or what have you Call 2338. TWO KURNiSHED APARTMENTS with garages. 939-ft. t THREE ROOM APARTMENT.^622 Kellogg. CHICAGO OLE)—Livestock: HOGS: 28,000, including 11,000 directs. Market draggy, lew sales to 5 cents lower. Most'bids 10 to 15 cents off. Extreme top $4.70. 200 to 290 Ibs., $4.50@$4.65; 140 to 190 Ibs., $3.75@$4.60. Pigs $3.50 downward. Packing sows $3.50@?4.00. Light light. 140 to 160 Ibs., good and choice, ?3.75@$4.40; light wt., 160 to 200 Ibs., good and choice, ?4.25<g$4.65; medium weight, 200 to 250 Ibs., good and choice $4.50@ $4.70; heavy weight, 250 to 350 Ibs., good and choice, $4.25@$4.65; packing sows, 275 to 55"0 Ibs., medium and'good §3.25 @ $4.05; slaughter pigs, 100 to 130 Ibs., good and choice $3.00@$3.75. CATTLE: 12,000, calves 1,500. Meager supply strictly good and good and choice light weight fed steers and long yearlings strong to shade higher on shippers. Demand fo.r kinds of values to sell upward to $6.50, Sluggish trade attributable to heat wave was very bearish factor in market Early crop medium weight steers $7.40. SeveraJ, loads $6.50 to $7.25. Slaughter cattle and vealers: Steers, 550 to 900 Ibs., good and choice $5.50@$7.25; 900 to 1100 Ibs., good and choice |5.50@$7.40; 1100 to 1300 Ibs., good and choice ?5.50@$7.40; 1300 to 1500 Ibs., good and,chfic>.$5.75@?7.40; 550 to 1300 lb?., .common and.medium |3.25@ $5.75. Heifers,. 550 to 750 Ibs.., good and choice $5'.00@$6.15; common and medium $2.75@§5.00. Cows, good |3.50@$4.75; low cutter and cutter, $1.60@$2.75. Bulls (year-, lings excluded) good (beef) $3.25 @$4.00; cutter, common and medium ?2.50@$3.60. Vealers, good and choice §5.50 @? 6.50; medium $5.00 @?5.50; cull and common ?3.75@ ?5.00. Stocker'and feeder cattle: CHICAGO (LIE)—Grain range: Open High Low . Close WHEAT: May July Sept. Dec. 101 92% 93% 96% CORN: May 60% July 46% Sept. 49% Dec. 55% OATS: May July Sept. 45 36 v 37% 40% 102% 92% 95% 98% 60% 46% 51% 56 45 3614 38 99% 89V* 92% 95% 80%45% Dec. RYE May July Sept. Dec. BARLEY: July Sept. 53 Dec. •54% 44% 35% .36% 40% SO 72% 77% 801,4 SO 73 78 53 68 ' 73% 53; 99% 89% 92% 95% 60% 45% 49% 54% 44% 35% 36% 40% 80 66 68 73% 50% 53 57% TRIBUNE-TIMES FARM NEWS BEADY FOR New York Stocks Cldse Today NEW YORK OIR) ..T. Following are Monday's closing bids on the" New York stock exchange: American Can ..... '. S2% American Locomotive .-24^, American T. and T '. 121 American Tobacco B. S3% Anaconda ...16*4 AtcMson T. & S F. 57% Bethlehem Steel C. & N. W. Com Chrysler 30% Steers; 50O to 1050 Ibs., good and choice, ?4.5^'@15.75: (Sonimon "and medium |3.00@$4.50. ' SHEEP: 13,000. Generally about steady but inbstween grade" native APARTMENT 7ii noTTPTAc • i Iambs a S ain imder pressure. Early APARTMENT. 714 DOLGLAS. j top |8 . 25> choice rangers held t [about $8.000. Slaughter sheep and ; lambs: Lambs, 90 Ibs. down, good and choice §6.75@$S.35; common and medium $3.75@$7.00. Ewes', 90 to 150 Ibs., good and choice $1.25 @$2.75; all wts.r common and medium ?1.00@?1.75. ! Corn Products .... ........ 75% 'DuPont ........... ____ _____ 67% Generral Electric ... ...... .22% General Motors .......... . 2S% International Harvester ...... 31% Montgomery Ward ____ ...... 20% New York Centra] .......... 40% 94—Mouses lor Rent -' FOR RENT: RESIDENCE, 503 Stanton ave. Seven rooms and sunporch, breakfast room, sewing room. Downstairs bedroom and lavatory. Electric range. Dutch Colonial. Like new. Millard Peck, 220 Melrose Court, Iowa City. Iowa SMALL, MODEL, HOUSE FOR someone who wants the best. $3 a month. Phone 1290-W or call a 420 Ash. FOR.SALE: BEETS FOR OAN- ning, $1.00 bushel, also rhubarb and dills. Jensen's Gardens. Phone 1770. FOR SALE: ACORN GAS RANGE. Phone 1055-J. 728 NORTHWESTERN, FIVE room modern home, newly dec orated. Phone 719-W. FOR RENT: DUPLEX. FURNISH ed or unfurnished. Fourth' ward 1752-X - . -. FOR RENT: FIVE ROOM DU plex; newly dtcorated. 621 Fifth street FOR SALE :^ ACORN GAS RANGE Phont 1055-J. TO—Poultry for Sale POULTRY—DRESSED CHICKENS White Rock tries. .20c per Ib. Young fat hens .. .I4c " " Our poultry is ailk fed, dressed and drawn in a sanitary manner. Woodland farms. Phono 435. WHITE ROCK FRI^S, MILK FED 2% to 4 pounds. No charge for dressing and delivery. Phone 371-J PARTLY MODERN HOUSE Fourth ward. $15. Phone 1752-J. FOR RENT: MODERN 5.ROOM bungalow. HeatPd garage. Near college. Phone 1539-J. ONE HOUSE AND TWO FURN- ished apartments. 1564-W. FOR RENT: 5 house. 916-W. ROOM MODERN AMBS (5ARRAGE CO LEW COl v "" 14—Buslneiw Service Warned DO YOU WANT OPERATE lunch N'o. 65. Close Ames, call 2362-W. MILK FED spring * fries, nnssprt and ( BARRED ROCK i% Ibs.. 22c Ib Phonp 4SF2 88—Rooms Without Board FURNISHED ROOM, 1ST FLOOR. 309 Seventh. 1289. ROOM AND 1346-J. KITOHEXETTE. $8 *M—• Housekeeping Kooma FOR 11KNT: TWO FURNISHED rooms for light housekeeping 9o8* W. APARTMENT. Phone 953-J. CLOSE CAMPUS. »5—Wanted to Bent, Houne FOR SALE: FIVE ROOM BUNGA- low. Close to college. Oak floors garage, $2850. £250 cash, balance $30 per month. A. T. Lerdall. Phone 489. i»8—Farm* & J*nds for Sale 2 FURNISHED LIGHT rooms. D6S-W. HOUSE FOrt SALE OR TRADE: TEN acn- fruit and iruck land located in Marlon county, FJa., close to good town. Will sell reasonable or will consider trade.—Oliver F. KellogR, J»13 Duff Ave. Ames. READ THE WANTS PRODUCE CHICAGO OLE)—Produce: EGGS: Market weak, %c higher: receipts 9,732 cases; extra firsts 13@13%; firsts 12%@13: current receipts 11@11^ : dirties 9%. BUTTE-R: Market weak, prices J /4 to 1^4c lower:, receipts 13.SS2: specials 21@21%; extras 20%; extra-firsts 19%@20; firsts 1S@19: seconds 17@17%; standards 20. POULTRY: Market steady, slow; receipts 16 trucks; fowls 10@11; springers 11@11%; leghorns S%; ducks 7@10; geese 7@9; turkeys 10@11; roosters 7; leghorn broilers 13%@16. CHEESE: Twins, 13y,@13%; Longhorns 14@14 1 /i. POTATOES: On tfack 195: arrivals 67; shipments 306: market steady. Pennsylvania R. R Sears-Roebuck ____ ........ 32% | Standard Oil of N. J ........ 34V; Studebaker .; . .......... .5% U. S. Rubber .... ...... IS U. S. Steel ................. 52 Standard Oil of Tnd ......... 27% Westinghouse Electric ...... 3SV, Cities Service .... .... ...... 3% NIRA Proves a Ho wling Success! Iowa is "all set" for the "by-laws and contracts j»n '•. reduction of wheat acreage, according to -a statement made by Murl McDonald, assistant director of the extension service of Iowa State -college who is in charge of the field forces working on the wheat adjustment program. "Reports coming in indicate a good response from all wheat grow- t ers in the state," said. Mr. Mc^ Donald. "Ninety percent of those eligible for contracts are expected to sign." ' The temporary .committees appointed in most counties have met and selected temporary township, leaders. As soon as"the contracts and by-laws are received, county leaders' meetings will be held. Immediately following these meetings, township meetings- for the wheat growers themselves will be held to complete the business of signing contracts and explaining the working of the adjustment act .-•' There are two reaspns. why farmers are-so'-eager to-sign up' with the adjustment administration, according to Mr.-McDonald: 1. Farmers realize that if nothing is done to reduce acreage, the situation next year will be .worse than now, 2. They will get an immediate cash bonus payment this fall on their 1933 crop. ; Altho nature herself has accomplished the reduction in wheat this year, there is such a heavy sur plus-carried over from last year. 360 million bushels, that the country will still have more wheat than it can use, Mr. McDonald pointed out, since the \mtlook for an ex- port market is not brigjit. Therefore, farmers realize, It will be necessary to cut In 1934 and 1935 crops. The payment to be made this fall Is for the 1933 crop and tenants will get their share of the payment, even tho they move this fall. The allotment right is attached to the land and the owner must see that succeeding tenants fulfill the contract, or the allotment right is forfeited. Cow Testers Close Annual Short Course . Cow testers of Iowa closed their annual short course meeting Saturday with: a series of practical talks by members of the college staff .on different phases.' of dairying and the.-w6rk of a cow tester. A .talk by Prof. Henry Giese of the agricultural engineering department on remodeling dairy barns was followed by a discussion of the question by- the testers. Prof. Jay L. Lush. -of* the animal husbandry department sgoke on rating dairy sires. Fred E. Ferguson, associate bulletin editor, talked' on writing cow ; test association publicity, and Prof. E. R. Henson of the farms crops department spoke on .growing and harvesting soybeans. , .. Friday evening the annual banquet of the cow testers was featured by a talk by Prof. J. B. Fitch, head of the dairy department of Kansas .State college. Saturday noon the cow testers were given an opportunity to talk over radio station WOI. Winners of the photograph con- test were announced Saturday. William Henn of the Dickinson county cow testing association won first In Class A, which included pictures of individuals, such as a bull or cow. Roy Hill of the Henry- Jefferson, Van Buren association was second, Orris Osheim of the Floyd county association was first in Class C, which was for pictures of association picnics, tours, exhibits or other activities. William Henn was second in this class. First prize in each class was a photograph album. Second prize' in each class was two rolls of film presented by the extension service of Iowa State college' About 50 pictures were entered in the three classes. " Canning Starts At Roland Plant ROLAND — Canning operations at the local factory opened Friday with 200 people at work. T^hfi pack. . ^ . ing of corn will 'continue for 'six- or eight weeks. The drouth will curtail the yield to some extent but a fairly good crop from the 600 acres which supply the pack is expected. AGED PASTOR KILLED SIOUX CITY (tIE>— The' Rev, Raymond Daschs, 60, founder of- the Lithuanian church of Chicago was killed near here •by a while railroad train sitting on a switch spur at a. packing plant. ^ The pastor came here two years ". ago to live with, a daughter, Mrs." Lena Motz. , " . • '- Yale professor says,beet is ta.t- ^ tenlag and will Increase-the waist- " : line. Now, It seems, we shall, be. M able to detect the beer drinker not-^r only by his breath, bat also by M* • hrBartttt » • ' breadth. xxjwowsxvttxsasooao^^ SAVE CHILDREN ATTENTION! Today's Markets I Prices Did by local dealers — ; f \o. 2 corn .... 43c !ar corn 41c )ats 33 %c Hogs $4.00 ream, sweet 24c ream, sour 22c ggs, No. 1 ...13c Eggs, No. 2 Sc leavy hens Sc rfghorn springs 7c Heavy springs ll-I2c roosters 4c SCIENTISTS at U S. Department of Agriculture announce progress in war on garden pests. But so far they seem to have been un- We to do anything about the iclghbor who la always borrowing ur rake. Unfortunately for the average motorist, the govemmfnt's' efforts to reduce the number of hoot in thin country docs not apply to road hoax. Yes, sir—NIRA may ho In Its infancy, but it's tlie big uoif,, right now! Christopher J. Collins of Philadelphia, Rraiefnl for lim ing found a Joh, lias named lite new daughter Nlra, after the National Industrial Recovery Acs, w n'ch he credits with bringing lilru the work. Nlra's thown with fcer u j r»c. You can save five cents on your ticket to the old original Gentry Bros, famous shows, which exhibit here Matinee and Night Tues., Aug. 1st if you buy your ticket at the office of the Ames Tofoiminie<'T2innie§ by special arrangement with Gentry Brothers Famous Shows The Daily Tribune offers regular fifteen cent children's tickets to these children's shows for ten cent* each. On Show Day at the show grounds these tickets will cost fifteen cents each. Only at this office can you buy children's tickets for ten cents. This sale, cow open, closes at this office Monday, July 31st at six o'clock, i ro^«Mi%KKaaaiaf9a^^

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