Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on August 11, 1933 · Page 10
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BETTKB nr AXES' DAILY niBon-fi AMM, IOWA, FAOB -Penmate WANTED: TO GET IN TOUCH , FOK tfAL-J: T0toAfOEr"To"R with local person driving to SL < • canning. No. 1—75c feu.; No. 2— Duls Boon. Share p»n«n«K. Hox ROr hn w__ ^..ii,,»_.. t_ A .__>_ JBSTOH Louis soon. Share 2663 Tribune. expenee. Box 4—Strayed, l**t, ftoud LOST : "BRINDLE AND WHITE bull terrier, "Jojo." R«ward. 1425-J. 50c bu. Free delivery. Gardens. Phone 1770. B—Automobile*, Truck* for 8«Ie See the new Dodge , $595.00 and up, F. 0. B. factory. W. H. Nutty Garage Plymouth . Dodge - Oldsmobilt 1926 Chrysler Coach $50 1930 Chevrolet Sedan with trunk. 1929 Chevrolet _______ Coach 1929 Hudion ______ ___ Sedan 1930 Pontiac ____ •__.._.. Coupe 2—1928 Chevrolet ---- Sedans 1931 International . ________ Truck Allen Motor Co. Chevrolet Dealers Phone 395 5th 4 Douglas LINCOLN SEDAN Very good, cheap '31 Bulck coupe, like new. '-'S Durant 75 sedan, reasonable. Internationa] pickup truck, new, big discount ,MAX DUITCH AUTO BXCH. Phone '1000 323 9th '31 Chevrolet Coupe $285 Rumble seat. McGee Motor Co. Nash, De Soto, Plymouth 321 Lincolnway Phone 294 ' WILL TAKE ORDERS FOR sweet corn and cucumbers. Delivered. 475-W. TOMATOES AND CUCUMBERS at 910 Lincoln way. 9J8-.W. FRESH CUCUMBERS, ALL SIZES. 75c bushel. Phone 26F2L FOR SALE: CUCUMBBR8, ALL sizes. Phone 25F2. OS—Fro* — I SPRAYED. HANtl f ICKKU DUCHI ess apples, $1.25 basket % mile I south Ontario. 63F3. 64—Ho-MhoM Goods New Unfinished Chairs I 90cto$1.25 ! New unfinished tables $3.80 to fS.50 •Buy now as prices will be higher. {Walsh Furn. & Hdwe. 1 Phon* B85 FKfcCKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Red Wins! HCAft VOO A N4 IMC IAMC > IBO/ BCTTW twat rr ON THO*t WHAT WtLL Wt OO.MOW? CO FOB A AtUNCH AND 60 TOR A Mitt. IMTO THE MOMTAJN&? , excu*e ME,, FOLKS— vw oownr WMJT AM OLD < COP6CA LIKE MC. ABOUND J By Blotter WCU. FUf» A COM4 TO f€E WHO CAR»E*> THE CASKET, i WOUCDMT WITHOUT FUPPIN'FOR rr~ IU.TAKE. MC*06. r tuite-rrs JAKEWtW ME, RED — 6O AHEAD AVID RJP IT/ POP It Looks Bad for Chick! 76—For tele, HANUK, QOODCON- dltlon. Offers solicited. 728 Brookridge. 977-W. 78—Wanted, MI_cellaneofl» \vAMTi_jj TO BOY" OK TRADE for old buildings to wreck. Write 2652 Tribune. Bv Cowan _ HEM CHICK L€A*MEO THAT Hit* "GOWOY.WMO R060EO HIMOMOO" WHILE THEY WERE AT UIMCH, WASAKRSSTEO IN CONNECTION WITH A, MUROeft*4DOAIMED TME LUMCHEOM 6N- GAG6MINT AS AN ALIBI. HEWP6TEDNO TIME IN &OWO INTO A PANIC W»TH HAMK r ^^* ' * TMAT\W*SA.WGBUJFfv AfKKTT KNOWING HC! SVC HUtf HAWt CKU. OOESNT KMOW ADAH 1 . TMAT «6? xoo B»C 1NTTOWXCD ME tO VM GOING TO MAVt A CASE OF t«PVC WHETHCV? SHE MX NAME 1 . 7 ) ) DON'T GET THE OVTTEQS! IT SHE WrrCHEO VOU» SIXTY BUCKS ."SHE WONT TWKE TWE CHANCE OT 'DGAGGINGi YOU «4TO THIS AND HK/lN CHARGE HEB \N\TH O/Nt-lJt-llUA "^IT^ii * • t'T^Sk nWE'u'i r^\F »i^^^ — wc» • *9 GO CXJT AND GET A LATE PAPER VEAH? POKE MY HOSE OUT WTO THE STOEET AND HAVE-A COP NAD ME? MIX 1 , TME AUtCVS ARE MY HiGHVNAYSl! WHY.l NEVEO\ THW'S A, PICTURE. OF THE G«K_ CWCK WW5 HAVING LUNCH WTTH YESTERWW 1 . 1 . I'M GOING RIGHT OVE1#A,KD SHOW XT TO MRS. GIMMIE fNTHE M_A.KT\M1 OLD MAN CnCUMStAMCE ISOC-ING • IN ON OUCK , t! 151 ALLEY OOP Meet the Family! SECOND HAND ELECTRIC washer. In good condition. Inquire 3300 Woodland ave. WANTED: FOUR HOLE COOK stove. Phone 1577. See These Used Cars Before You Buy! Dodge Sedan $185 Nash Sedan $125 '29 Ford Pickup _.. $«5 Mathison Motor Co. T»—Ponltry for 8*to POULTRY—DRESSED CHICKENS Springs 17c per Ib. Young fat hens ...12c " ," No charge for dressing and delivery. Woodland Farms. Phone 435. WHITE ROCK KRl^S, MILK FED 2% to 4 "pounds. No charfe for dressing and delivery. Phone 371-J. Well, It's This Way! ISPRLXG PRIES FOR SALE. Dressed. Delivered. Phone 399. "You see officer, I couldn't tell how fast I was going, 'cause my j speedometer isn't working." No excuse. You should have it 2 FLRNISHED fixed at ; S4—Housekeeping Room* Cliff Roberson Garage Phone 34 . -412 Burnett 1928 CHEVROLET COACH FOR sale. New rubber, new battery, new brakes, good for several years. Call 2102 Ames. 1 —Auto Repairs WE FIX THEM OK They Can't Be Fixed Morrison's Garage 323 tinctlnway Phone 910 LIGHT HOUSE- keeplng rooms, also room and kitchenette. 958-W: *5—ApwUuonU, By Hamlin 04—ttoue* for Bern FOR RENT: SIX ROOM MODERN hdnse. Reasonable. Good location. Phone 1444-J. FIVE ROOM MODERN, FURN- iihed T>ungalow.Uot water heat Write 2661 Tribune. ONE: HO USE-AND TWO FU«N- ishei iipirtmerits. 1564-W. CALL 486-J Apartments and houses, close to college, clean, neat, convenient, priced right Chat. Miller. 132 Haywood Ave. FOR RENT: 7 ROOM HOUSE, 1128 Carroll. Phone 844-J. FOR RENT: APARTMENT. FIVE room duplex, newly decorated, heat and water furnished,- Glassed in front porch. 621 Fifth. B»~W»n»ed to Bent, Howe SMALL MODERN sonable. Call 34. HQUSE. REA- 12—Beauty Service PRICES ADVANCE MONDAY. Get your $2.50 permanent now. Allene's Beauty Shop. Phone 427. IS —Bnsines* Service Offered Furnaces Cleaned! Let us clean your furnace now with our new Super Suction System. Guaranteed satisfaction at a low cost. Phone 662 A. G. Speers Furnace and Tin Shop 119 E. Seventh FOR RENT: THREE ROOM FIRST floor apartment 317 Ninth street. Phone 1366. ATTRACTIVE APARTMENT. Reasonably priced. Near campus. 117 Stantoa. '".'.'• APAKTMENTS AND MOUEKJ* bungalow foj rent LilUe Brothers. 322 visdL Phone 196. APARTMENT FOR RENT; FURN- Ished or unfurnished 3 rooms. Call 1809. v 622 Douglas. FOR RENT: ATTRACTIVE FOUR room heated apartment. 512 Douglas, Phone 1272. 7—Fanni * Lands for Bent P A H M F O H ''. E N T: ..GOOD quarter section five miles : north Ames. Phone 24F13. 08—Farms * Loads for Sale FUH SALE OR TRADE: TEN acrt fruit and truck land located ijti Marion cotinry. Fla., close to good town. Will sell reasonable or wiJ] consider trade.—Oliver F. Kellogg, 913 Duff Ave.. Ames. Upholstering Refinishing Repairing Little Furniture Shop Phone 114— 231 & Main 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 Phone 527-J 312 Main st. C. E. SUCHER Paints and Papers Contracting Phono 1482-J 72 6 Carr0 |, AMES GARBAGE CO. LEW COLE Phone 2061. 27—Work Wanted, Female ONE TWO ROOM AND ONE three room apartment 412 Main. Call 560-W. FRONT ROOM UNFURNISHED apartment Private entrance. Private bath. Call 1243-J. FIVE BOOM MODERN APT. ALL in one floor. Separate furnace and meters. Phone 2129. DESIRABLE APARTMENT. EV- erything furnished. Outside entrance. 310 Lincoln way- 101—Lots for Sale .'AT 224 Washington. See Mrs-. Clapp; phone Co. Income Rites HELENA, Mont~(tt£)A- Taxable valuation of -the Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph company for 1933 was increased $273,679 above the 1932 - valuation to total $7,787,173, Chairman James Stewart of the Montana state board of equalization has announced. LEGAL NOTICES APARTMENT: FRIGIDAIRE, laundry, telephone privileges. 1308. DESIRABLE TWO ROOM FURN- ished apt. Phone 733-W. FOR RENT: APARTMENT. Sixth street. 317 ROOM AND KITCHENETTE. 309 Seventh. FOR RENT: APARTMENT. Fifth. 716 TWO FURNISHED. APTS. WITH garages. 939-W. 36—Wanted, Kooms or Board \\ 4.NTED: 4 OR 5 ROOM APART- ment. Call Hazel Hickle at 2400 by 3 o'clock. WANTED: GENERAL HOUSE work of all kinds. Good, clean work guaranteed. Both uptown and fourth ward, 2Ec per hour. Call 2034. n S8—Work Wanted, Stale WANTED: FALL PLOWING willi tractor. Walter Paulson. 49F21. TWO GIRLS WANT ROOM AND -board with widow or middle aged couple. Write 2662 Tribune. 89—Business Places for Rent Pun KE;NT: SMALL STORE building on campii . Call 490. *e—Seeds SRED. RYE. fine BUSHEL. JOHN READ THE WANTS 08—Houses for Sale KOR .SALE: MODERN 7 HOUSE IN Gilbert. Five rooms and bath, full basement, double garage. Six miles from college on good rood*. Cheap taxes. $2,500. H. R. Martin, Gilbert, la. Ph one 46 FOR RENT: HOUSU, KUKNlSH td or unfurnlshrd. Call 48G-J. BAILIFF'S SALE IsOTlCE IS HERKB1" GIVEN, That by virtue of a writ of an execution issued out bf the Clerk's office of the Municipal Court of the City of Ames. fetory Coiinty, State of Iowa and to me directed, upon a judgment rendered in said Court on tlie 25th day of July, 1933. in favor of W. P. Kintzley and against Chris Thomsen and Mrs. Chris Thomsen I have levied upon the following described property, to- wit: 1300 Bushels of Corn in crllr. 10 or 12 bushels ot oats in bin. Two horses, color bay. 1 is eipln years of age and 1 is H years of KRC. Two mules, one black and one bay, age 15 years. 10 milk cows, 7 of them are giving 2 heifers, 2 years old. 5 sows. is head of hoirs in feed lot. 35 head of spring pl(ts. 1 ?«ew Century cultivator. 1 JVIollne corn planter. 1 Mollnu mower. 1 John Deer harrow. 1 tractor. 1 wajron. 1 hay buck. 1 John Deer sang plow, 14 in. 1 Osburn com binder. 1 McCormick jtr^ln binder. . Taken as the property of said Chris Thomsen and Mrs. Chris Tlx>mgen. and that on the 1 1st day of Aujrust A. D. 1933, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m., of s;il<l day, at the present location in Franklin Township, County and State aforesaid. I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said c-xecution, amounting to J(I95.00 do). lars. debt, and cost of suit, taxed at $48. 85 dollars, and thf fi-rtlior sum of $6.80, with Interest on said debt at tlic rate, of « p^r cent from date of said Judgment together with all no- crulnur co*u. at p\ibilc auction to the !il«rho« and best bidder lor cn»h in hand. naud «t Atp»», IOWH, thin J)« d«y of July A. D. 1933. W. j. CURE. Bailiff of Miinlclpnl Court, City of AmM, [own. Uy K. M. JONF/S, D'putv ruMbhul In »hn Ames D«|iv Trlhimc-Timw AUKUM 11 and IS, 1933. CHICAGO OLE)—Livestock: HOGS: 17,000, including 4,500 directs. Slow, iteady to 10 cents lower. 200 to 250 IDE., J4-55@S4.65 Practical to 44.65. 260 to 350 IDS. 13.80@$4.65. 140 to 190 Ibs., 14.00 ^$4,65. Desirable-pjge $3.00@$3.50 Most .jacking sows f3.35i&$3,65 Light light, 140 to ISO ts., good andJ choice,,,?3.75@|4.40; light weight, 160 io 200 lbs.> gsbu and chdice, $4.20@$4,65; medium wt., ZOO to 250 Ibs., good and choice, $4.55@$4.65; .heavy weight, 250 to 350 Ibs.,.good and choice, $3;SO $4.60; packing sows, 375 to 550 Ibs., medium and good, $3.10@ $3.80; slaughter pigs, 100 to 130 Ibs., good and choice, ?2.85<g>$3.75 CATTLE: 1,500, calves S30. Active and strong to higher on fed steers aAd yearlings. She stock generally steidy. Bulls unevenly £5 cents lower. Vealers scarce, 25 cents higher. Steers selling at ?5.50@$6:25. Cows, ?5.00 down to $3.50. Cutter cove, $1.40@$2.25. Bulls mostly ?2.25@$3.00. Vealers at J7.50. Slaughter cattle and vealers: Steers, 550 to 900 Ibs.. good and choice, $5.75@$7.25; 900 to 1100 Ibs., good and choice, 15.75 @ $7.40; .1100 to 1300 Ibs., good and choice, $5.75@$7.50; 1300 to 1500 Ibs., good and choice, $5.50@$7.50: 550 to 1300 Ibs., common and medium ?3.00@$5.75. Heifers, 550 to 750 Ibs., good and choice, $5.00 @ $0.50; common and medium, $2.50 @$5.00. Cows, good, $3.50P$4.75; common and medium $2.40@$3.50; low cutter and cutter $1.35@?2.40. Bulls (yearlings excluded- good (beef) $3.00@$4 00. Vealers, good and choice, $6.25@$7.25; medium $5.50@$6.25; cull and common, $4.0()@$5.50. Stocker and feeder cattle: Steers. 500 to 1050 Ibs., good and choice, §4.50@$5.50; common and medium ?3.00@J4.50. SHEEP: 8,000. Fat lambs mostly 25 cents lower at largely SS.'o down on natjves. Few selects at $8.50. Best rangers held above $8.85. Slaughter sheep and lambs: Lambs, 90 Ibs. down, good rind choice, $7.25@$8 65; common and medium $4.25@$7.50. Ewes. 90 to 150 Ibs,, good and choice, ?1.25(7?) $3.00; all •wts.. common and medium, $1.00@$2.001. j firsts 12@12^; current receipts 11 @11%; dirties 9%. BUTTER: Market unsettled, unchanged to %c lower; receipts 16, 552 tubs; specials 20@20%; extras 19%; eitra firsts 18@19; firsts .17@17%; seconds 16@16%; standards 18%. POULTRY: Market steady ; receipts 43 truj''; fowls 10&@1 springers 10%; leghorns 8; ducks geese 7@8; turkeys 10@11; roosters 7; leghorn, broilers 11@15. CHEESE: Twins, 13@13%; Longborns 13%@14. POTATOES: On track 101; arrivals 31; shipments 596; market steady to weak. Today 1 * Markets Price* Did by local de»l*r» No. 2 corn .......... Bar corn .... ........ ,. Oats ..................... 27%c Hogs . ............. .. ....$3.80 Cream, sweet .... .... ..... 21%c Cream, sour .............. 19 %c Eggs, No. l' ................ I2c Eggs, No. 2 ...... .... . ..... 7c Heavy hens, 4%. Ibs. and up ...Sc Heavy hens, under 4% Ibs. and leghorns ........ . . 6c Heavy breed springs, 4 Ibs. and over ____ ----- ____ 12c Heavy breed springs, under 4 Ibs ................. 9c jeghorn springs . . .......... gc All roosters ................ 4c All number two , two cents less. New York Stocks Close Today NEW YORK OLE) — Following fe Friday's closing bids on the N T ew York stock exchange: American Can American Locomotive Si American T. and T 126 ^nierican Tobacco B ..87% Anaconda 17% Atchison, T. & S. F 52% Jetlilehem Steel 40 ~ & N. W. Com n % •38Ti Net Veteran Is Eliminated At New York NEW YORK, OLE) — LeonarS Hartman of New York, former Co lumbia tennis captain who provid ed a major upset in the nations public parks championships, was opposed Friday to George O'Cou nell; Chicago trick shot artist, in one of the men's singles semi-fi nal matches. • Hartman, seeded No. 8 in the tourney, advanced to the semi-fi nals by eliminating Ted Drewes o; St. .Louis, veteran of eight cbam pionshlps and winner of four. Hartman won 12-10, 6-4, 6-4. In the other semi-final encounter Maurice Bay on of New Orleans 'faced the defending champion, Arnold Simons of Louisville,' Ky Bayon downed Bernard Welsh of Washington. D. C., and Slmoos turned •• back Ralph Mlnnlch of Cleveland. In the women's 'singles semifinals, Mrs. Mary Capa of Detroit was opposed to Miss Helen Ger maine of New York, defending champion, and Ruth Bailey of St. Louis faced Edna Smith ot. Cleveland. The four entered the semifinals Wednesday. ^STANT3INGS CHICAGO (HE)—Grain range: JGe: Open High Low Close WHEAT: 106% 106?; 102% 102% 95% 98% Products ............ 84% 98 May Sept. Dec. CORN: May 65^4 Sept. 55% Dec. 60 OATS: May 48% Sept. 40% Dec. 43% RYE: May 86% Sept. Dec. BARLEY: 102% 98% - 65% 55% 60*4 81 V 8 51% 56% 62% 52% 57% 47% 44% Sept Doc. 54 59 44»4 41 87 76% S2 54 5& 41 U 71 76% 71 -y, 77% PRODUCE — - ....... ........ . ..... --------- ^^^^™^^^^^ ••••^•M mm i CHICAGO <U.E>— Produce: BOOS: Market unsettled, changed to %r. lower; fi.OftR cas*8; extra (IrJs un- receipts 75% neral Electric ........... 24% General Motors ........... 30% International Harvester ..... 35% Montgomery Ward ......... 2414 New York Central .......... 44% Pennsylvania R. R .......... 38% Sears-Roebuck ............ 39% Standard Oil of N. J ........ 36% Studebaker ........ ____ ____ 5% U. S. Rubber .............. 13% U-S. Steel ...... ........... 53% Westinghouse Electric ....... 44 Standard Oil of Ind ......... 29% Cities Service .............. 3% . — : - $ Papers Revealed Old Plot KOVNO, Lithuania (U.P>— Among the papers of ex-Prelate Olschau- skas. dishonored cleric who was murdered a few weeks agd, have been found an exchange of dor- respondenoe with former Prince Urach of Wuerttemberg. Prince Uracli once was chosen to become of Lithuania, but the proj- failed bocauEO "f Oift dbjbt:- tionn of Wllhclm 11. The letters dealt with the project. The| cottntry bocam« n rwpnMIc before! WESTERN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. Topeka __; 21 10 .677 D£S Moines 20 12 .625 St Joe 20 12 .625 Omaha 1914.576 SprlngHeld .17 15 .531 Bartlesville ..1617.485 Joplln -.14 21 .400 Muskogee .... 4 30 .118 Thursday's Results bes Moines 5-S. Bartlesville 4-4; St. JosepJ 12. Joplin 8; Omaha 3, Muskogee "2; Topeka at Springfield, rain. Three Teams Now in Printer's Meet DETROIT (IIP) — Three teams, Washington, Detroit and New York, remained in the running for the 1 union printers' international baseball title here Friday with one defeat each against their records. Washington, the defending champion, meets New York at noon and the winner plays Detroit later in the day for the championship. The Detroit team stayed in the tournament Thursday by handing Washington its first defeat, 17 to 7, while New York was eliminating Twin Cities, 10 to 7. Seattle Youth Is Archery Champion ST. LOUIS (IIP-)— Ralph Miller, jr., 17-year-old sensation of Seattle, was national archery champion Friday after dethroning Russell Hoogerhyde, Bristol. Conn., three- time winner of the title, who made a determined stand to overcome the lead of his youthful opponent. Trailing 68 points at the start of Thursday's shoot, Hoogerhyde climbed within six points of Miller's overwhelming lead. The final score was 2,492 to 2,486. The farmer gets his relit! from the. federal government. Amateur gartlencrs get theirs from sun• tiurij. lotion -y Sets Women's Altitude Mark' Higli up in aviation circles now li Mile, Helens Boucher, prominea French flyer, who unofficlallj broke tue women's altitude record at Paris. Her barograph re corded 6,000 meters, which beat* the mark set by Ruth Nichols And let's all hope that the NRA eagte doesn't lay an egg .NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. New York 6242.696 Pittsburgh 59 48 .562 Chicago 59 47 .557 Boston 56 51 .523 St. Louis 55 52 .514' Philadelphia 44 60 .423 Brooklyn 42 60 .412 Cincinnati 44 63 .41J Thursday'! Results New York 4. Philadelphia 0: Chicago at Pittsburgh, rain. Only games scheduled. AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. Washington 67 38 .638 New York 63 41 .60(5 Philadelphia 52 51 .50:> Detroit 62 55 .486 Cleveland - 52 57 .477 Chicago 49 56 .467 Boston 46 57 .447 St. Louis - 42 68 .420 Thursday's Result* Washington 5, Boston 3; Chicago 6, Detroit 3; New York at Philadelphia, rain. Only games scheduled. the WINS FIGHT LOS ANOOELES, (U.PI — ACP Hiidklns. (he "Nebraska Wildcat" of flstlc clrolts, has won his fight against death which threatened after he WMI thot twice In A cafo tight Ifljtt Sunday. Hdnpltal attfn- lanls rrporlfd he was "diflnltely out of (1snR«>r." He was aided by could be i'iirrlcd out, | two bloo'l transfusion* YOU WoirHd YOU can sit in your room and turn thru advertising pa^es—demand any portion of the world before' you to come to you, and it will come! You can summon an ounce of French garden in a perfume vial; intricate pieces of Switzerland in a tiny wrist-watch; a corner of California packed in an orange; a handful of Virginia to stuff in your pipe; sunny Seville in olives; a taste of Ceylon in tea. Advertisements tell you the desirable portions of the world you can buy. How most quickly to call them to you. How much you'll like them when yours. Grown on a far island —dug from a mine—if it's advertised and you ask for it, it's yours. If you ask it to do what it's advertised to do, it will, If you ask others who have used it what they found out about it, they will repeat facts advertised about that product. Advertisements are your surest, quickest means of enjoying the world. They help you obtain the best the world offers, at a price which wide use has made low. ADVERTISEMENTS SAVZ YOU TIME, STEPS AND MONEY ^

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