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" BUY mn» nr Airtg 'PART TtifgHrTncBi, AKZI, IOWA, TUMDAY, AUOUIT » FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS , , Bad Connection! * A. 1—*&nao«JMri«Mte *7—Work Wmntwl, SOMETHING NEW! SOMETHING DIFFERENT! SWAP IT! Things that are useless to you may be necessities to someone «lie. Phone 2400 Today A « day *rf for the prlc* of 4 RUMMAGE SALE. CHRISTIAN church basement, Thursday Aur. 31. WANTED: GENERAL HOUSE . work of «11 kinds. Good, clean work fuirtflte«d. Both uptowa » n <| fourth ward, 2£e p«r bour. Call YOUNG GIRL WANTS HOUSE- work In return for room and board. Write 2677, Ames Dally Tribunfe. . S. Have Your furnace Cleaned NOW! Guaranteed vork with our iuper service vacuum cleaner. Palmer Plumbing Co. ICt Hayward Av>. Phone 10»1 ROOM FOR TWO PASSENGERS on trip to Chicago. Share expenses. Start Saturday night or Sunday morales. Gene one week. Paone 467. WANTED: HOUR WORK, MOUSE ( cleaning, washings, ironings and tnorlng. Phone 1386-J. HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE wants office work tor experience. Write £676, Amee Daily Tribune. HOUSEWORK WANTED BY EX- 1 perienced woman. 411-J. EXPERIENCED WOMAN WANTS housework. Mrs. Smith. 475-W. THE. BOYS ARE HOMfWAQO i BOUND, ifW DECIDES TO LCAVC, AT THE SAME TIME.. THEVttE. OFF FOR JUNCTION/ O-*- Vn V'WN POP <w .CHICK, vwr TILL vrxj %C^WHAT I BOUGHT*. --GOME: WGHT UP THIS / ALL. VDUP" WATON TOGS Chick Meets New Friends! OH, I'D HM/E TO l£AVE,JUST Wt OClfl WOMDEff HAS HAPPENED At HOME.1 TO THE JUWCnCHMEfr 1 CAM FIND OUT CAUID AND WHAT'S OF COURSE.! DONY FRECKLED AMOA&LOJ6 AMD RED TAKE THE SAME, TRAIN? THETR/MW THAT 60E5 THE OPPOSITE THAT PHONE CAU.J ARE &OMs»G, ItL VS*.'D SW WKIirf 7 HAVE COMPANY YOU TAKE THE 0%J Ait ALONE. IS „ AWHILE SEATTLE TRAIN, MO FUN -THIS DOMT YOU, PAT rA',1 WN/THETIME f n. *l II t A 111 a *h * ^ ._ WILL PA&6 QUICKLY/ sMmSSS /IT "^^ ht,mc. <v >i By Cowan' Wanted. Mate PAINTING, PAPER wall washing. 5lg. CLEANING, COLLEGE STUDENT WANTS TO work for room and board. Excel- lentreferences. Writ* Tribune 2673. 0—Aoctlott Sale* TRACTOR PLOWING. 56F13. 38—Seed* SEED RYE: C5c bu.—H. T. Farrar, MARKET DAY SALE AT THE P. E. Shugart barn on 4th St., Nevada, Thursday Auguet 31. at 1:80 p. m. Consign your property now. A large bill already consigned. — Walker, Snyder and Allen, Aucts. 7~~ ' 1 B—AutottofaUM, Trek* tor telel NOW — is a good time to trade your old car on a New Chevrolet Our used car stock is low and we can give you a good deal. Be sure to see us before buying. Allen Motor Co. Chevrolet Dealers 4'. -- L.. DISCONTINUING FARMING. Sell very reasonable team farm horses, one in foal. Call residence 1222 Douglas. NO IDEA WHAT WE BEEN THROUGH, I "xou YVONT OCTONO THESE--THEBE I SPEND ANOTUTD ^SSJff^sg^^^^ OH, t CANT CXCHrV«t: TVCM,AND /WVCNXOU APCN-T TWEY THtWC KRETCN SOME COST KS HIGH AS THRtE TXX-LAtJS froduce Phone 395 5th and Douglas FOR SALE: TOMATOKS, NO. 1, tree baskets, 75c; No. 2. tree baskets, 50c; cucumbers, all sizes, cheap. Potatoes, cabbage, onions, carrots, beets, sweet arid hot peppers, pickling onions, parsley, spinach and rhubarb. Jensen's Gardens. Phone 1770. ALLEY OOP Dinny Loses No Time! By Hamlin FOR SALE: FRESH MELONS. North Lincoln Way and Franklin Hazel Holllngfiwortb. '29 FORD COUPE Perfect '29 Ford Coach '80 Ford Truck '29 Durant, mech, perfect ,. Coach MAX DUITOH AUTO EXOH. Phone 1000 323 5th 1933 FORD V-8 COACH Low mileage $425 This is the season's best bargain. Don't Mfss It. W. H. Nutty Garage Plymouth . Dodge - Oldsmobilt Prices Again Slashed! Nash Sedan $ 98.00 Dodge Sedan ^_$150.00 'SI Ford De Luse Coupe __$265.00 Mathison Motor Co, 1931 FORD COUPE. REASOV- able. 24.000 miles. Private owner. Phone 2364-W. DB LUXE SPORT FORD ROAD- ster, 22.000 miles; good condition. Phone 967. TOMATOES— FIRST GRADE. AT farm or 50c bushel delivered. — H. T. Farrar, POTATOES, TOMATOES, AP- ples, beets, carrots, cucumbers 62F4. P. o. Stone. CUCUMBERS, 23F2. ALL SIZES. PH. JFOR SALE: HAND PICKED - sprayed and sorted Wealthy apples for jelly and pickling. |1.00 bushel. Jeneen's Gardens. Phone 1770. THERE, YA 8li STONE HEAD/ IF YA WORK REAL HARP,YA OUGHTA UNTANGLE FTER WHILE JUST ENOUGH VINES TO LET LL A SNEAK «5—Apartment*, FI«t« vate -entrance and garage. Newh decorated, $25. Paone 1108J or call at 821 Duff. TOR RENT: 3 ROOM FURNISHED FOR RENT: MODERN HOTTSP • apartment, private bath, and prf- >-.*------ KN HOUSE, 3 GRAPES FOR SALE AT CLARK'S Phone 1457 W Orchard at 12th and Clark, Tues W ' 29th at 3c Ib. Bring basket and take away. SUNSET APARTMENTS: NICELY furnished ? and 3 room apts Newly decorated Light and water furnished. 1 blocL from campus * Dhrtrt«. i .irrr Tt-r *-«*?• WEALTHY APPLES, NICE HAND picked and assorted apples, 75c and $1.25 per bushel. Call 2092. APPLES: WEALTHIES, $125 Windfalls, 50c bushel. 63F3, M miles south Ontario. FOR PLUMS OR GRAPES CALL 39F14. VAN DUZEN APARTMENTS. 802 Burnett - 4 rooms, private bath Garage No -children. Furnished or unfta-nished. Call 252-W APARTMENT, . LIVING bed room, kitchenette, bath, -private entrance 1473-W/'-..V .'•--•-, W ROOM, private 7—Auto Repair* FOR SALE: GRAPES: Phone 821. «3—Plant*, Flower., Shrub. WE FIX THEM* PERENNIALS CHEAP. Wooters. 615 Seventh. FOR MRS. FOR N1CE:APARTMENTS, CLOSE to campus, reasonably priced see M. A. Countryman, 2728 Lincoln way. NICELY FURNISHED 2 ROOM apt Heat, lights, water. Washing privileges. SIS Burnett.-1266-W. OR They Can't Be Fixed SALE: CUT FLOWERS. Mrs. Viekery. 403-W. Well It's This Way! He: "I thought I had plenty of gas. 1 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 •4—Household Good* STUDIO COUCHES L50 to $23.50 Cliff Roberson's Garage 13—Beauty Service "* I. & Phone 685 FURNISHED HOUSE AND APTS. close to college. Phone 196 Littls Brothers. 322 Main. CLEAN iahed or unfurnished; house.: phone 2147-J. APARTMENTS, FURN- Also bedrooms. Near campus. Call 440 Welch avenue after 4:00 p. m Reduced rent FOR RENT: FIVE ROOM MOD- ern bungalow furnished sir room house, fall 916 wood. and a Ridge- SlX ROOM, MOSTLY MODERN house, Garage. One mile west of college. Sept. 15 to May 15. Phone - ' ' Goes on Trial in Campus Murder F0fe RENT: 7 ROOM MODERN brick bungalow with Phone I. J. Scott. garage. , ROOM M6DERN HOUSE Blow* 619 Elghtl1 8treet Phone FURNISHED HOMES, ALSO LOW- er apartments at college. 2057-W. FOR RENT: 6 room modern house. $2o, at 611 Duff. Phone 2149. 'OR RENT: HOUSE, FURNISHED or unfurnished Call 486-J. 'OR-RENT: FURNISHEDBUNGA- low at college. Phone 13SO. CHICAGO flJ.D—Livestock: HOGS: 50,000,-including 6,000 directs. 30,000 pigs and! 2,000 piggy sows. Market dull around lOc lower. 180 to 220 Ibs., $4.25@$4.40, top $4.45. 230 to 295 Ibs., f3.50@$4.C5. Commons ?3.60@$4.35. Pigs $3.50 down. Packing sows $2.50@$3,15. Light light, 140 to 160 Ibs., good and choice, ?4.00<g>$$4.35; light wt., 160 to 200 Ibs., good and choice, $4.10@?4.40; medium weight, 200 to 250 Ibs., good and-choice, $4.00® ?4.45; heavy weight,'250 to 350 Ibs., good and choice; ?3.15@$4.10; pacfc- ing sows, 275 to 550 Ibs., medium and good, $2.25@$3.25; slaughter, pigs, 100 to 130 Ibs.,- good an< choice, $2.25@$3.60. CHICAGO (U.E)—Grain range: Open High Low Close WHEAT: May Sept Dec. 83% 92% CORN: May 61^4 Sept. 50^ Dec. 55% OATS: May 43% Sept. Dec. UNUSUALLY GOOD FOUR RM. house. A bargain at J25. 1290-TV TWO ROOM APARTMENT. 1ST floor.. Private entrance.' 302 Lincoln way. • FOR SALE: TWO ANTIQUE beds, spool leg table, pewter plates, copper kettle. Phone 627. 7—Musical Merchandise FREDERIC CROQUIGNOLE OR combination permanents. — Allene's Beauty Shop. Phone 427. 118—Btisinesa Service Offered UPHOLSTERING Refimshfng Fi^e Cord FOR SALE: NEW AND USED pianos. Buy now, prices advancing. Used piaLOs $25 to $50. Call Louis T. Eness, 1052-J. NICE, NEWLY DECORATED rooms or apartment for ladies 933-J. 217 Welch avenue. . ' THREE ROOMS AND KITCHEN- ette, furnished. Ground floor 123 Stanton. • DOWNSTAIRS FURNISHED Sleeping room. 517 Apartment Main. GOOD THREE ROOM APART- Reasonable. 920 Douglas. ment 1346-J. Miscellaneous FOR SALIS: Phone 1774. ELEC. WASHER 76—Wanted, APT. 3 RMS. SLEEPING PORCH and bath. 2927 Wood St. S85-J. & Lands for Sale so ACRES, WELL IMPROVED $800 down. E. C. Sawyer. Ph. 25. 104—Swap Ad» FOR EXCHANGE: KITCHEN cabinet, single and double iron beds, springs, mattreoses; 6 ivory dmmg chairs, libra.y table. Wanted: Rugs, laundry tubs, end tables, walnut drop leaf dining table and chairs, upholstered chairs small kitchen table. Will buy articles wanted. Phone 1679-W " NICE TWO ROOM FURNISHED apt. Close'Tn. Adults. Call 751. Phone 114 Work Awnings Antiques Furniture Shop 231 Ji Main __ ___ _ Can . e _?f_ a ^ WANTED: PASSENGER TO DEN- ng Plumbing -, H eali and Well Work PHONE 226 E. A. Foy NEW FURNACES"" Gen. fumac* repair work, Furnacoi vacuum cleaned. Eve trough wort F. A. Gould ver, share expense, about Sept. 10. Phone 967. FOUR ROOM Phone 662. APARTMENT: 3-ROOM APT. FURNISHED. Crawford. 520 WANTED: CHILD'S BICYCLE Phone 1774. TO—Poultry for Sale POULTRY—DRESSED CHICKENS Springs *6c per Ib. Young fat hens ,..13c " " No charge for dressing and delivery. Woodland Farms. Phone 435. FOR RENT: DUPLEX IN 4TH • Phone 1752-J, REFURNISHED APARTMENTS 317 Sixth street IDEAL ONE ROOM ments. Call 1929. APART- Phone 527-J 31 2 Main St. WHITE ROCK FRIES, MILK FED 2^. to 4 Ibs., 17c Ib. Dressed and delivered. Phone 371-J. COZY TWO ROOM FURN. APT. 939-W. FOR RENT: APARTMENT^ TIB Fifth. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE: UP- right piano, leather davenport, library table, cistern pump, chairs. Phone 410-W. I PRODUCE CHICAGO (L'.R)— Produce: EGGS: Market steady, unchanged; receipts 5,417 cases; extra firsts 15@16; firsts 14%@15%; current receipts 12@l3',i; dirties BUTTER: Market steady, prices unchanged; leceipts 12,169 tubs; specials 22^@23 ; extras 22: extra firsts 21^21^; firsts IS'4® 20; seconds 17@18; standards 21 M. POULTRY: Market steady; receipts 48 trucks; 'fowls 10<5<11^; springers 9%; leghorns 8; ducks S@ll; geese S@9 ; turkeys lOlftll; roosters 7; leghorn broilers 11@13. CATTLE: 7,500, calves 200. Bet ter grade fed steers and yearling comparatively scarce, fully steady Commons in liberal supply, weak instances 10 to 15c lower. Top $6.85 Bulk $6..00 up. Decline in vealera .Other classes unevenly steady Slaughter cattle and vealers Steers, 550 to 900 Ibs., good and choice, $5.25@§7.00; 900 to 1100 Ibs., good and choice, ?5.25@$7.00' 1100 to 1300 Ibs., good and choice §5.25@$7.00; 1300 to 1500 Ibs., goot and choice, $5:80@$7.25; 550 to 1800 Ibs., common and medium, ?3.00@ $5.50. Heifers, 5EO to 750 Ibs., good and choice, $4.7o@$6.25; common and medium $2.50@?4.75. Cows good, $3.50@?4.50; common anfi medium $2.40@?3.50; low cutter and cutter, $1.25@$2.40. Bulls (yearlings excluded) good (beef) ?3.25@$4.dO: cutter, common and medium $2.25@$3.35. Vealers. gsiod and choice, $6.00@$7.00; medium $5.50@$6.00; cull and common $4.00 @$S.50. Stocker and feeder cattle: Steers, 500 to 1050 Ibs.. good and choice, $4.0@$4.75: common and medium $2.75<§>$4.00. SHEEP: 15.000. Fat lambs active, 25 to 40c higher. Natives selling freely up to $7.00. Westerns Held around S7 40. Rangers to around $7.00. Slaughter sheep and larobai Lambs. !)0 Ibs. down, good and choice. ?8.50p$7.40; common and medium J4.00(^$6 50. Ewes, 90 to 150 Ibs., good and choice. $1.25 (ft$2.75: all wts., comrcon and medium. $1.75d?$2.00 Feeding lambs, 50 to 75 Ibs., good and choice, S5 $5* @$6.25. RYE: May Sept. Dec. 40 H 83?i 72y s 78^4 BARLEY: •May Sept. Dec. 64% 53^4 59 96% 88% 92% 50 % 55% 43% 38% 40% 84 72% 64* 90% 82% 86% 57% 46% 51% 41 35% 38 79 59 55% 92* 84^4 87% 59y« 48 '53% 42% 37 39* S0',i 68^ 74% 62% 51% 57% New York Stocks [ Close Today .NEW YORK OLE) — Following are Tuesday's closing bids on the New York stock exchange: American Can 931^ American Locomotive .... .. \ . .34 American T. and T 128% American Tobacco B ..90 Anaconda /... 18% Atchison, T. & S. F '.. 70 Bethlehem Steel "41 C. & N. W. vCom .''. ..''13 Chrysler 45% Corn Products 87^ DuPont '..S3& General Electric -25?i General Motors 34 international Harvester 41% Montgomery Ward 27% >Jew York Central 5214 Pennsylvania R. R 35^ Sears-Roebuck 431^ Standard Oil of N. J 394^ StUdebaker .'7 J. S. Rubber ig'% J. S. Steel 56% Westinghouse Electric 46*4 Standard Oil of Ind ...294 Jities Service 314 LEAGUE STANDINGS W. L. Pet. 0 1.000 1 5 6 6 8 .923 .583 .538 .500. .428.233 .231 .143 Ferguson Oilman .............. 12 Melbourne ........... .7 State Center ........ ..7 Liscomb ............. 6 Marshalltown .......... 6 Laurel .......... ,....4 St. Anthony . . ........ 3 10 Havefhlll ____ . . : . - ____ 212 Sunday Results Ferguson 10, Laurel 2. Gilman 13, Haverhill fi. State Center 17, Marshalltown 2. Melbourne 4, St. Anthony 0. STATE CENTER — Giving the county seat boys a good going over Sunday in the Marshall county [baseball league game at Albion, State Center retained its hold on r fourth place in the standings. The score was 17 to 2, Marshalltown MB- iEg three pitchers in a futile en-. deavor to keep up with its opponents. The loop season, closes next Sunday, hut games postponed Aug. 6 because of. rain will be played- Sept. 10. At that time State Center will meet HaverfciH on the Iattei"s grounds. The locals will close the season with Ferguson as guest on- the home field. -- _<$> Three Ames Men Attend Football Coaching School Three Ames men were among David A. Lamson, press representative at Stanford University, is shown entering the courthouse at San Jose, Calif., where he is on trial for his life on a charge of murdering his wife, Allene Thorpe Lameon. in their cottage O n the university campus. Lifer Atks Travel Guide DALLAS. Tex. <U.K>— A life term rlsoner in the French penal col- ny at Devils Island, French Gul- Today's Market* Price* bltf by local d««l«r» *0—Wanted, Rooms or Board Phon« C. E. SUCHER Paints and Papers Contracting 726 Carrol) **—Housekeeping Koonu ROOMS, . Phone 20!)6-.l. **M lOl GARBAGE CO. LEW COLE Phone 2061. VOUR D«co CAR WASHED. THEN , ?i.OO. Cull 1617-W READ THE WANTS RESPONSIBLE COUPLE WANT. Oct. 1...three or four room unfurnished apt, Write 2671 Tribune. 98—.Houses tor Salt) FOR SALK: ;i ACKWS," .MOUt<itN bungalow, fireplace, oak finish, .small payment down. A bargain. E C. Sawyer. Phono 25. »4—Houses for Rent CHEESE: Longhorns POTATOES: Twins, Il%@1 27c .$3.RO On track 32; i.r- rivals 250; shipments 399; market, supply heavy and trading slow. - $ -RECALLED BY GIANTS KANSAS CITY, MO., u-n— BUI Shores, pitcher for the Kansas City baseball club of the American as- fioclation, planned to leave here Tuesday to Jofn thfr New York NEWLY FURNISHED HOUSE, furui.iheri apartment. Shores, who cnmo (o the Bines on option and lifts won (Mtfhl and lost 11 while with n tall-end club, was recalled by the Giants Monday. READ THE WANTS 1 No. 2 corn Ear corn Oats Hogs ." : Cream, 'sweet Cream, sour „ Eggs. No. l ,.".'.' <.13c Eggs, No. 2 7c Heavy h e ns, 4V4 Ibs. and up ..Sc Heavy hens under •I 1 ,* Ibs. / and leghorns 5c Heavy breed springs, 4 Ibs. and over . J)c Hea'.y brood springs, under 4 Ibs. .... 7* Leghorn springs Sc Leghorn cox 3V All (roosters «c All number twos, (wo cents less, CLAIMS HOOKED RUG RECORD na, named Datas Mayor Charles E. Questing well worn has written Turner, re- clothing and pictures of Dallas, Tex. He read an airplane company guide telling about Dallas. Roouevelt said nothing now stood in the way of the brief yachting trip he.will take beginning Thurs- .-tfo— Doe Rescued From Fire MARSHFIELD, Ore, (U.F) — As Paul Brainard drove over a road near here he stopped to put out a small brush fire. Trapped In the middle of It was a small doe fawn. Brainard rescued the deer, which took entirely unafraid, and ler to his home. \V. OQUOS80C, Mo., (II.P) — hooi-ed I/. Thofnns bcllsvf* In ono rocriiiiy comiiU l.od. New ru«, IB 13 J.-2 tout Ions and 10 feol wide, j IOKE8 APPOINTED DIREOTOK OP OIL (Continued from Pftge One) Concentrating on rushing to a successful conclusion hin domestic Program for economic rehabilitation, the president watched clo»e- ly the work of Qer,. Hugh S. Johnson, recovery »dnvlai»tr»tor, He w»n cneerfut over the agree- n»enf on tli« coal co<l«. In Mianklng JohtiKon for iag the factions tnlfl wcorA day. Meanwhile he awaited a more detailed report on a plan to permit bankers, supported by the Reconstruction Finance corporation, to offer temporary credit facilities and financial relief to businessmen cooperating in the national recovery drive. The plan was presented to Mr. Roosevelt Monday by Jesse Jones, chairman of the RFC. and he was told to take it up with the treasury department and work out. more concrete proposals. Mr. Roosevelt Tuesday afternoon planned to go to Rensselaer and Troy to Inspect bridges erect- d from funds appropriated while no was governor of New York, He will be greeted by the mayors of Rensselaer, Albany, Water- vlict and Troy, and will be the ft of Gov. Herbert H. Lehman at the executive mansion. He tvlll return here during the evening, Mr. Roosevelt plana to come to Hydo Park lute in September ;o aUAnd the wedding ot a clone personal friend whoso identity uot revoaled. nearly 40 lowans who attended th» football coaching school which 1 closed a two-week session last week at Northwestern university in' Evanston, 111. Hugo Otopalik, head wrestling' coach at Iowa State, who will aid George Veenker, head football- coach this fall; C. S. Roberts, head, football coach at Ames high; and Ray Donels. head basketball coach and assistant football coach at f Ames high, attended the school. Donels also attended sessions for basketball coaches. Coach Veenker went to Evanston last week-end to attend the coaches meeting which was held at fh« close of the school. SPURGEON. Ind.. (LIE)—The last livery stable in pike county was- destroyed by fire here recently. Four mules and two horses died; in the blaze. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION ORDINANCE -H9 AX ORDINANCE AMENDING OR- DIXANCE NO. 430 OF THE CITY OF AMES. JO\VA. AND PUOVID1NO FOR THE LICENSING OF SKATING RIN IvS. Bo It ordained by the City Council of the City ot Ames, .Iowa: Section I. Thai Onllnaiiffl No. 4T.O of the City of Ames, Iowa, be nnd the saroe is hereby an-end«d as follows: (a) By adding: th« word* "skat- injr rink" lifter Hi* words "jf"lf MHlWes" In !!nr four < 1 I of Section one (1) of cuid ordinance. (bi By Adding anot/ifr section tn siild ordinance t<> follow Soo- lion 9 thereof, a* follow,*: "Section Sa." Tliiii i.ic Ilifime fee for a t<kat!n£ rink so«!l rw the oum of Klfly (IS(p."ii) t)«,llar» p-r yf.n, e.ach Itcenxi- to <'vplrfl on tnc 3!it d«y of M.'iri-li ut <>.H'h ye«r. Section 2. Thi« "trtlrmin'e xli.ill h» In full forri- .ind rff->rt frr»m »i)d tificr Itti pAio-'iHf HUd |mL>lifKtloii ax ppnli}- cd liy l*w. PMMOd liiis :i»t dtiy of Aitfru»f. lji.il. T. H »' •liU'.irpr;. Attew : A B MA.XWKI.L, City n/rk. _ V'ubl!*ht-d In UK. Atnf* AUf, 3), l»||.

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