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'BO? BBTTJB1 Of AMES* AMIS BAILY TWBUHE TIMES. AMES. IOWA. WEDIfEBDAT, AUGUST 23, 1933. AND HIS FRIENDS A Stranger! FAQBCTV By Btosttr JQHATDOES AWYOUfc VANT WTTH Have Your Furnace Cleaned NOW! Guaranteed work with our «uper service vacuum cleaner, Palmer Plumbing Co. 108 Hayward Ayp,. Phone 1091 7—Work Wanted. WANTED: GENERAL HOUSE work of all kinds. Good, clean work guaranteed. Both*uptown and fourth ward, 25c per hour. Call 2034. 4—Strayed* Lopt, Found LOST—BETWEEN CLARK AND Burnett on 10 st.. Black handbag; containing Keks, money, and papers. Please call 1784-W. AntomobUw, Tracks tor Bale NOW —to a good time to trade your old car on a Nlw Chevrolet Our used car stock is low and we can give you a good deal. Be sura to see us before buying. Allen Motor Co. Chevrolet D*altrs Phone 395 6th and Douglas '31 Pontiac De Luxe Sedan Near new '29 Ford ,_ Truck 31 Ford, duals .. Truck '29 Pontiac Coup* MAX DtTITOH AUTO EXCH. Phone 1000 323 5th '31 Chevrolet Coupe $285 Rumbla seat. McGee Motor Co. • Nash, De Soto, Plymouth J21 Lincolnway Phone 294 1927 MODEL T FORD TUDOR Excellent condition OPEN EVENINGS WANTED: WOMAN FOR PRAC- tlcal nursing and housework. Apply In person, 9 a. ni. Thursdat. 920 Clark. a»—Work Wanted, Mat*' RELIABLE YOUNG MAN WISH es work by hour, day or week Ph. I564-W. 61— -Garden Produce FOR SALE: TOMATuKS, WO. 1, tree baskets, 75c; No. 2, tree baskets, 50c; cucumbers, all sizes, cheap. Potatoes, cabbage, onions, carrots, beets, sweet and hot pep- pere, pickling onions, pargley, spinach and rhubarb. Jensen's Gardens. Phone 1770. FOR SALE: COUNTRY GENTLE- man sweet corn, 150 large ears $1.00. Also canning tomatoes, 50c bushel. Call 2338. POTATOES, TOMATOES, AP- pies, beets, carrots, cucumbers. 62F4. P. 0. Stone. W. H. Nutty Garage Plymouth . Dodge - Oldsmobfle j GRAPES. 63F3. TOMATOES: BEST CANNING, 50c bu. delivered. Special price at acid. H. T. Farrar. - • TOMATOES, CORN. PEPPERS, cabbage, egg pJant, squashes, etc. Everts. Phone 490. CUCUMBERS Phone 23F2. AND POTATOES 63—Fruit FOR SALE: HAND PICKED, sprayed and so-led Wealthy apples. Also windfalls. Cheap. Crab apples for jelly and pickling, $1.00 bushel. Jensen's Gardens. Phone 1770. HIGHEST QUALITY WEALTHY apples. Sprayed, hand picked, $1.50 bushel. Cider to order. 63F3. One- fourth mile aouth Ontario. See These Used Cars ' Before You Buy! Dodge Sedan ___$185 Nash Sedan $125 Mathison Motor Co. \ Ontario. MILE SOUTH 83—Plants, Flowen, Shrubs CHOICE GLADIOLUS. FLORAL pieces made. Buck's. 1224 Orchard Drive. PLYMOUTH Look at and drive all three. Get your money's worth. Cliff Roberson Garage Phone 34 412 Burnett 1931 FORD COUPE. REASON- able. 24,000 miles. Private owner. 'Phone 2364-W. 64—Huuaehold Goode Buy Mattresses Now Prices Will be higher. We have everything in new mai- tresses from S2.50 to the new "Beauty Rest" at $37.50. Walsh Furn. & Hdwe. Phone 685 s^ OKAY? BUT MOT | FOR MC....I THINK PAT& A 5WELL WO.. OMLV WISH SHE'D OO FOD t*E UK& SHE DOES FOG YOU I WHY YOU THAMV OUT A UTTLE WITH PW ? €O»H—SHE. ISN'T •TTE vou! YOU KMOWTHAT I OOMT CARE, SORE—MAN! THE VIEW OUT OF THIS WJNDOW 15 WELL, LET'S 6ET DOWN AMD 6ET 5OMETHIK& 10 EAT, RED/ THAT TALKIM' TO UNCLE JOHN ? ftWTS ALL THAT, ftUT FOR Mt IT'S KNAY WfTH HATE TO LEAVE Mom Hands Out Some Credit! By Cowan Mt.THKT\ WELL, !F tHERE'S GLABVS , VW70C A, WONOCpO AFTCP AI.U, STABS'. IF ?OP ' GOT INTO A OAW UKC THAT, WHO* 1 >MW NUPStD SUSPICION TOP MONTHS GCC.MOfV.tT SEEMS ^ TO HEM* ONE sft* GOOD THINGS AftOUTTHE GOING ACOUND ABOUT CHICK BEING MIXED / GIMMIE STAJMED IT UP WITH SOME GIRL / IU. TCU. Sou ABOUT \T GO THP0 J«H UFT WITHOUT HAPPENED, WAG OKttt- AS FAQ AS t WAS CONCECNCO OCPEPCNCE UKE. THAT ALLEY OOP Calling His Shot! By Hamlffl , SO LONG, YOU BUr SNASGLE-TOOTHEO GALOOT/ ONE.GOOD SWAT AN 1 YOU& TROUBLES ARE ALL WIPED UP' AHU-H- i THE OLD AXE/ RIGHT WHERE I DROPPED rr/ NOW FOR A JUICY DINOSAUR StEAK— j YUM: *e—Wanted, Koiinw or B<*ard WANTED SEPT. 1ST: 3 ROCM unfurnished apartment. Reasonable. DoH-ntowu. Write 2659 care Tribune. W) —Business Plat-es for Sale 7—Auto .Repair* WE FIX THEM OR They Can't Be Fixed Morrison's Garage 323 Lincclnway Phone 910 Well'It's This Way! He: "I thought I had plenty of gas. I always fill up every 100 miles by the speedometer and I forgot the darn thing wasn't working." She: "Oh iszat so? Well, if we ever get back to town the first place we'll go is Cliff Roberson's Garage 13—Beauty Senrlc* 75—For Sale, Miscellaneous CIRCULATING HEATER, GOOD condition, used 5 months. Phone 133. FOR SALE: PRESSURE COOKER with cook book. 475-W. FOR SALE OR RENT: building, 10 x 20. Fine location for sandwiches, vegetables and groceries. Also building 24 x 60 for rent. Call 2338. " - ' »4—Houses fdr Rent MODERN - 6-RUOM 335 Lincoln way Hard wood floors. porches.' Gilciirist Co. CHICAGO OLE)—Livestock: HOGS: 26,000, .including S.OOO' NEW directs. Approximately 6,000 pigs ! and 20Q sows eligible for government purchase. Market active, fully steady. 170 to 220 Ibs, $4.50@?4.60. top §4.6,0. 230 to 300 Ibs., $3.75<% $4.50. flight lights. $4.50 down. Packing sows' $2.90(§?340. Light i light, 140 to 160 Ibs., good sad CHICAGO OLE)—Grain range: Open High Low Close WHEAT: HOUSE AT $30 month. Two enclosed Coal & Feed WHITE GRANITL Phone 1413-J. GAS RANGE. 76—Wauled, Miscellaneous WILL PAY 6C PER POUND FOR clean, soft wiping rags. Bring to Ames Theatre office over Twin Star. WANTED: SOMEONE TO STORE antique grand piano for use. 47S-W. 708 NORTHWESTERN AVE. 5- room modern home partly furnished or unfurnished. Garage Phone 719-W. ; choice, $4.00@?4.55; light weight,' Dec - May • 96 Sept. 88% Dec. 91% • CORN: May 61% Sept. 51% 57 SIX ROOM MOSTLY MODERN house. Garage. One mile west of college. Sept. 15 to May 15. Write 2670 Tribune. 19 —Poultry for Sale FREDERIC CROQUIGNOLE OR combination permanents. — Allene's Beauty Shop. Phone 427. 18—Business Service Offered UPHOLSTERING Refinishlng Fibre Cord Repairing Cane Seats Cabinet Work Awnings Antiques Little Furniture Shop Phone 114 231^6 Main POULTRY— DRESSED CHICKENS Springs ---- ,. . ..ITcperlb. Young fat 14c No charge for dressing and delivery. Woodland Farms. Phone 435. WHITE ROCK FRi^S. MILK FfiD 2% to 4 pounds. No charge for dressing and deliver/ Phone 37i-J 84—Housekeeping Kooms FOR RENT: MODERN 5-ROOM bungalow. Heated garage. Near college. Redecorated. Phone 1539-J. FOR RENT: REASONABLE. Nieely located, newly decorated home. Phone 2403-J. FOR RENT: NEARLY NEW-MOD- ern 5 room unfurnished bungalow. Phone 571-W. FURNISHED HOMES, ALSO LOW er apartments at college. 2057-VV. NEWLY FURNISHED. HOUSE, furnished apartment. 1564-W. FOR RENT: HOUSE, FURNISHED or unfurnished Call 4S6-J. Plumbing — Heating and Well Work PHONE 226 E. A. Foy NEW FURNACES Gen. furnace repair work. Furnaces vacuum ckaned. Eve trough work F. A. Gould Phona 527-J 312 Phone 1482-J C. E. SUCHER Paints and Papers Contracting 726 Carroll AMES GARBAGE CO. LEW COLE Phone 2061. S3—Help Wanted, Female WANTED: YOUNG OR MIDDLE aged woman for general housework, three hours each forenoon Fourth ward. Permanent If satisi factory. Write particulars, including wagps and telephone number. Addross 2668 care Amen Tribune- Times. 27—Work Wanted, Femal* 2 FURNISHED LIGHT HOUSE- keeping rooms 52C Crawford. 85—Apartments, FlaU CALL 486-J Apartments and houses, close to collegfe, clean, neat, convenient, priced right Chas. Miller, 132 Haywood SMALL HOUSE NEAR CAMPUS. Phone 830. ~1 V -.-wu <4~y ..i/u., 115111, ncifelH,, j 160 to 200 Ibs., good and choice, r OATS: $4.25@$4.60; medium weight, 200 r*^ to 250 Ibs., good and choice, $4.30 ! Sept. @?4.60; heavy weight, 250 to 250 j Dee Ibs.. good and choice, ?3.50@?4.45; ' packing sows, 275 to 550 Ibs., medium and good, ?2.65@?3.50; slaughter pigc, 100 to 130 Ibs., good and choice, ?3.25@$4.10. CATTLE: 10,000, calves 2,000. 97% 90% 93% 63% 53 58 95% ssy, 91% 61% 51%' 66% '43% 37% 95% 8S% 91% 62% 51% 56% VANDAL1A, Ohto.<lLE)r-Six class champions will be crowned here Wednesday as the Grand American 34th annual trapshootlng RYE: May 82% Sept. 71 Dec. 77 BARLEY: Sept. 53 5-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE. 1 block from campus. Phone 26-J. FOR RENT: fourth ward. DUPLEX 1752-J. IN FURNISHED HOME: DAY TELE- phone 309. SUNSET APARTKENTS: NICELY furnished 2 and 3 room apts. Newly decorated. Light and water furnished. 1 blocl. from campus. Phone 1457-W. FOR NICE APARTMENTS, CLOSE to campus, reasonably priced, see M. A. Countryman, 2728 Lincoln way. APARTMENTS AND MODE3N bungalow for rent. Little Broth ers. 322 Main. Phone 196. 104—Swap Ads EQUITY IX SIX ROOM MODERN house for good car. Telephone 1612-LJ. THREE OR FOUR ROOM APART- .ment, furnished or unfurnished. 321 Ash avenue. 950-J. THREE ROOM FIRST FLOOR apartment. 317 Ninth street. Phone 1366. DOWNSTAIRS, FURNISHED APT. Sleeping room. 517 Main. FOR RENT: APARTMENT. 71« Fifth. TWO FURNISHED APARTMENTS with garages. 93JMV. REF URNTSHED 31 1 East Sixth APARTMENTS. PRODUCE CHICAGO <UJR>— IVoduce: EGGS: Market sttady, .prices unchanged to %c higher; receipts S.031 cases; extra firsts 14^@15H, firsts 13% ©15: current receipts 11% ©12%; dirties 10%. BUTTER: Market steady, prices unchanged to i£c higher; receipts 11,822 tubs; specials 22y z @2S; extras 22; extra firsts 21^21^: firsts 19tt@20%; seconds 17@18; standards 22. POULTRY: Market steady; ceipts 25 trucks; fowls springers 10; leghorns 8; ducks 7 @9; geese S@!i',i; turkeys 10@>11; roosters 7; leghorn broilers 10® 13%. CHEESE: Twins, 11% @>12; Longhorns 12>/,(g)l2>4. POTATOES: On track 159; arrivals 14: shipments 2!0; market about, steady. ,. , Strictly good and choice fed steers i and yearlings opened steady on shipper account. Largely fed steer run and undertone weak on inbe- tween grades, medium and weighty steers. Early top $7.40 on weighty steers, $7.25 on light steers and ?7.10 on yearlings. Largely §5.75@ 16.75 market. Other killing classes mostly steady. Slaughter cattle and vealers: Steers, 500 to 900 Ibs., good and choice, ?5.50@$7.25; 900 to 1100 Ibs., good and choice $5.50 @$7.25; 1100 to 1300 Ibs., good and choice, $5.50@?7.25; 1300 to 1500 Ibs., good and choice, $5.50@?7.40; 850 to 1300 Ibs., common and medium, ?3.00@$5.50. Heifers, 550 to 750 Ibs., good and choice, $4.75@ $6.25; common and medium, $2.50 @$4.75. Cows, good, $3,50® $4.50; common and medium J2.35@?350: low cutter and cutter, $l.25@$2.35. Bulls (yearlings excluded) good (beef) $3.25@$4.00; cutter, common and medium $2.40@$3.40. Vealers, good and choice, $6.25 @ $7.50; medium $5.50@S6.25: cull and common $4.00@$550. Stocker and feeder cattle: Steers. 500 to 1050 Ibs., good and choice, $4.50(ft $5.50; common and medium $2.75 @$4.50. SHEEP: 18.000. Native lambs around steady with Tuesday's close. Good to choice $7,<)C to mostly $7.26. occasionally $7.50 on choice quality to outsiders. Sheep steady. Undertone on feeding lambs decidedly bearish. Slaughter sheep and lambs: Lambs. 90 Ibs. down, Rood and choice -$6.75{fi)$7,60: common and medium ?o.75g>$6.75. Ewes. 90 to 150 Ibs.. good and choice. $1.50 @$3.00; all wts., comnion and medium $1.00@$2.00. Feed limbs, 50 to 75 Ibs.. good 'and choice, $6.00 @?5.60. Dec. May 57 62 So 1 ,; 53% 58% 63% S2% 71 76% 52 57 62 37% 40% 83% 72 52 57V. 62% f New York Stock* 1 I Close Today j . • • 9 NEW YORK (CR) — Following are-Wednesday's closing bids on the New York stock exchange: American Can ..., 88% American Loconiotive 32% American T. and T. 127% American Tobacco B 89 ft Anaconda 17% Atchison, T. & S. !• 6li& Bethlehem Steel 40% C. & N. W. Com 11% Chrysler ..4314 Corn Products 87% DuPont 79% General Electric 25 » A T— i i r\ • General Motors 33 Many F IClds Drying UD International Harvester 3S% - Montgomery Ward 26V New York Central 48% •- - - ™ DBS MOINES (UJR)— Iowa's corn Still suffering effects of heat o drouth, is beginning to fire and In dlcate prematurity in many locali tournament reached the halfway point The ail-American team likewise will be chosen Wednesday. Places go to the 10 high gun* for the first three days.of the week. Teams of five amateurs and five professionals will be picked. These all-star crews will hold a special shoot Thursday after the preliminary handicap is completed. Five champions in six events were chosen Tuesday. Leading was H. L. Cheek, 29-year-old automobile salesman from Clinton, Ind., who won the "champion of champions" title. Cheek broke 197 out of 200 targets. Frank J, Lfghtner, Cedar Rapids, la., won the'i-mateur doubles by breaking 187 targets; Ted, Renfro, Dell, Mont., was second with 1S6. Mrs. Walter B. Andrews, Daytona Beach,. Fla., won the women's doubles for the second straight year. She broke 87 out 01 100, T. G. Cathan. 74, from Chagrin Falls, O., won the veterans' shoot with 94 out of 100 targets. , John R v Tayior t Newark, 0., won both the singles and doubles for professionals. Pennsylvania R. R 36 ^j Sears-Roebuck 4' Standard Oil of N. J 35. Studebaker 5% U. S. Rubber . S. Steel Westinghouse Electric Standard Oil of Ind ities Service re- OU5BWOHK WANTED BY EX- FOl'U ROOM APARTM^VT p "" ' perlenced woman. 411-J. j 662. A ^HTAUNT. PH. R £ A J) J H £ WANTS Today's Market* I Price* bid by local dealers _______^_ , _ •* No. 2 corn 39c -Ear corn 37c Oats 2Sc Hogs $3.90 Cream, gweet 21 %c Cream, sour I9%c Eggs, No. ? 12c EJ5«s. No. 2 7c Heavy hens, 4% Ibs.. and up ..7c Heavy hens under 4^ Ibs. and leghorns 5c Heavy breed springs, ^ HIS. and rtver .. .9c Hi?avy breed springs, under 4 ]bs. .... 7r Leghorn springs 4c Leghorn rox 3r All roosters 4c All number t\VoR, two crnls less. Kicks at Silk Hat SEATTLE 'UJ!>— People in silk iats couldn't be noisy at )'clock in the morning, according 'o a Seattle lawyer. The people, ir this case, are those who frequenl the "Silk Hat," a dinner place near a local residential district. The lawyer lives dost by and objected to the noise of those depart- hours. during the early morning Answers to Test Questions 1. Laying the 2, John Adams. 3- A floating body for marking navigation. 4. No. R. Venice. The law giving seperatt citi- tenshlp to murrlsd 7. Dr. Lftgley Keeliy, can physician. 8- Lactic, f. nuoyj'.ncy. 10. Hebrew'. Amorl- / •/ Prematurely ties. Federal Meteorologist Charles D. Reed said Wednesday. About 60 per cent of the corn however, made fair progress dur ing the past seven days. Reed's weekly crop bulletin said. Bulk o the crop is in the hard glaze stage and considerable has begun to dent A little, Reed said. Is now safe fft>m frost, "but a good deal is drying up prematurely and will be chaffed." Some of the late corn is JUst now in the roasting ear stage. The most serious note in this week's bulletin was failing pastures, which have necessitated placing livestock on winter feed in much of the state. Hog cholera. sllll ravaging the northeast and southwest sections, continues. Temperatures averaged slightly below normal for the week but rain was average. This helped late po- atoes and hrot out the late tomato crop. Cucumbers mostly were ruin 'd by the spring drouth. Fall plow- ng and preparation for winter wheat seeding has been stopped by hard dry soil over much of the tate. IS GANGSTEft VICTIM NEWARK, N. J.. <U.E> -Th- body of a raurdcrfd man, littai to fall »foul of gangdom's new method of , in which the victim Is ound so that the slightest movement mults in strangulation, wa* ound Tuesday in nn automobile fc the Belleville border of Newark $MP!NG AHEAD Yanks Gain Full Game On Senators By JACK CUCDY United Press Staff Correspondent. NEW YORK, (U.P)—Just when the baseball world was beginning to wonder who would be the next manager of the Boston Braves, the tribe staged one of the season's most notable uprisings, apparently assuring manager Bill McKechnie of another contract. McKcchnie signed a four-year contract with the club in 1930 giving him full authority to rebuild the Braves from the ground up. and this was Bill's last season to show results. The Braves haven't won a' national league pennant since 1914. and they haven't finished in first division since 1921. But now that the Braves are in second place and bowling along sturdily with 14 wins in their last 17 starts—with only 37 games left to play—it seems certain that they'll wind up in the upper strata of te circuit, altoug te Giants' seven game l?ad seems too great for the Braves to pare down for the pennant. Pas« Pirate Gang Boston wrested ' second place from Pittsburgh Tuesday by beating the Pirates, 5 to 4, when Wally Berger drove out his 22 homer of the "season in the 14 inning.. His clout was the second hit off veteran Wtite Hoyt who took the Pirates' mound in the fourth, replacing Hal Smith. Frankhouse went the route for Boston, allowing 10 scattered hits. This victory completed a four-game sweep over Pittsburgh, and dropped the Pirates to a fourth-place tie with Chicago. It was the only contest weather permitted In the national league, in the Americau circuit, the second-place New York Yankees cut Washington's seven and a half games by shading Cleveland, 4 to 3. while the Senators bowed to Detroit. 10 to 8. Sevvell in Hero Role Little Joey Sewrll changed from temporary bench warmer to hero when his ninth-inning pinch single drove in Sammy Brrd with the Yanks winning tally. Byrd ran for Bill Dickey who tripled. Sewell had been benched for a batting slump. Lefty Gomez was an im-1 portant factor, limiting the Indians to four hits, while Mel Harder allowed the Yankjs nine. Detroit snapped Washingtln's string of 13 straight victories with a three-run hurst In th« ninth, aided by Hank Greenberg's second homer of the day with a mate aboard. The Senators had threatened with three runs in their half of the ninth. They out-hit the Tigers is to 14, Philadelphia out-slugged S t Louis. 7 to 6,'aided by three home •uns from Lou Finney, Eric Mc- Nalr and Frank Hljrgins. Sam West contributed a four-bagger for the 3rowns. Leroy MhHaffey held the Brown to one hit until the eighth when the Braves rallied for five runs. Rube Walberg succeeded lira. Together tb«y allowed five hlt«. The A> collected 10 off Knott md H>rb«rt. T*u Lyons And Joe Hevig pitch- d the Chicigo White Sox to a onble victory over Boston, f; (o I, ind 4 to 0. Lyons iHowed «f^pn (STANDINGS WESTERN LEAGUE -W. L.-Pet. Topeka 28 13 .883 Des Moines 28 16 .636 Spring.ield 25 16 .610 St. Joseph 23 17 .575 Omaha 21 21 .500 Bartlesviile 21 23 .477 Joplin 18 .26 .409 Muskogee 6 38 .136 Tuesday Result* Muskogee at Omaha, rain. All night games. NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet New York :68 43 .613 Boston ........ 64 53 .547 St. Louis 6* 54 .542 Pittsburgh 62 53 .539 Chicago 62 63 .539 Philadelphia" 48 64 .429 Brooklyn 45 ,65 .409 Cincinnati 44 72 .379 Tuesday Results Boston 5, Pittsburgh 4. Chicago at- ! New York, rain; Cincinnati at Philadelphia, rain; St. Louis at Brooklyn, rain. AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. -Pet. Washington ,.77 39 .664 New York 69 46 .600 Cleveland ...62 60 .508 Detroit .... 60 60 .500 Philadelphia 57 59 .491 Chicago 54 83 .462 Boston % ...49 68 .419 St. Louis 44 47 .364 Tuesday Results Chicago 8-4. Boston 1-0; New York 4, Cleveland 3; Detroit 10. Washington S; Philadelphia 7, St Louis 6. • hits and Hevig blanked the Host- onians with six hits in toe nightcap, while the Chlsox collected eight off Lloyd Brown. This is the Century of Progress! The World Moves WATCH Tomorrow's Announcement

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