'BUT BUTBI V AMM »» KLES AND HIS FRIENDS IOWA, FEIDAY, tZFTCMBEl 22, 1939. What Ails Poodle? By Blosser HMMIMMMMMM* IIMIMMM' 3—Personal* V3EE.G06....MOW ALL RKbHT-IU. 60 2*L™™ !*^, V****" wtTH *» ^ TH£ / 6CTTIN' OUT DECK fc OJEAR-rrs \ 5UCK ! A PERFECT SCTTIMS-vfel, eUCKUP-DOrr /^^" GET COLD HcJp Wanted, Fwn*Je ALL KKWU&ST DANCE Moose hall Saturday. »AT 4—Strayed, Jxwt, LOST: TUESDAY EVENING, BE- tween Northwestern depot and L«ek street. Ladies handbag containing valuables. Notify 2816 Lee"k street, Ames. Reward. FOUND: GOLD FOUNTAIN PEN. Phone 1190. & —Auction REGULAR SATURDAY AUCTION sale tomorrow, Sept. 23rd, at 1:30 o'clock. We sell everything ! WANTED: LOCAL GIRL TO DO housework for board and small salary. Call 675-J. SM—Help Wanted, YOUM; CARRIED MAN . c " for sales >vork. Singer Sewing Machine Co. 27—Work Wanted, Female WANTED: GENERAL HOUSE work of all kinds. Good clean work guaranteed. Both uptown »nd fourth ward. Call 2034. WANTED: MAID WORK „, rority or fraternity house. Work Phone at these sales except livestock, j guaranteed Bring in your furniture, merchan- 1920- W. disc, or anything you wish to sell. } - - L___ ___ __ We hold our sales rain or shine in W A N T E D: WASHINGS a seated pavilion. Ladies especially hour work. Phone 1589 invited, c. D. Knight Sale Co. Leon ~~~ -E. Joy, Auct. North Grand avenue. WANTED: WASHINGS. WILL call for and deliver. 1348-J. AUCTION SALE SATURDAY 2 P. „,.„„„„ m., 409 Lincolu way. Beautiful T^Jf D: HOUR breakfast set, heater, dresser, chif-' 1413 ' J - fonier, chairs, beds, springs, cots, gas and electric platec, gas stove, Z large mirrors, 3 small mirrors, and lots of other goods not mentioned. Call 233$ if you have goods to sell. B—Automobile*, Track* for Sale! SOME MORE GOOD ONES 1932 Chevrolet, 6-wheel Sedan 1932 Chevrolet Coach 1930 Chevrolet Sedan 1929 Chevrolet Coach 1931 Ford Town Sedan 1931 Ford Coupe 1929 Plymouth Sedan 2 Good Chevrolet Trucks Allen Motor Co. Chevrolet Dealer* 395 Phone 5th & Douglas 4J*—Private instruction BALLROOM AND TAP LESSONS. W. L. Patten, Dance instructor.- Phone 2104. 5O— -Hogs for Sale FOR SALE: shoats. 54F5. NICE THRIFTY 60 —Fuel SAVE BY BURNING IOWA'S coal. Luther coal. Phone COBS, WOOD, COAL FOR SALE Phone 699-L. W., Ames. DRY RED OAK WOOD FOR SALE JflT On« ' I. T>1_ r-J " WE NEED USED CARS ' SEE US at once for trades on NEW PLYMOUTHS DODGES AND OLDSMOBILES Open Evenings W. H. Nutty Garage Plymouth Dodge Oldtmobile Used Cars 1930 Esses Sedan $245 1030 Ford Coupe $225 192s Rase* Coach $70 Mathison Motor Co. Soulh Third. 01—Cartea IXxtaoe FOR SALE: TOMATOES, 40c BU Potatoes, cabbage, onions, car rots, beets, turnips, radishes, lettuce, egg plant, peppers, squash Jensen's Gardens. Phone 1770. «a—Fruit SALE: M. W. GREENING AP- pies, ?1.00 bu. Also windfalls 50c bu.Jjn sen's Gardens. Phone 1770 <J4—Household Good* HEPS r*ts POP WHCM HE. 6E£S \WHAT A MtADHY DOO IHtlrW POODLE OOMTtJUOUSLY 6MFF5, «OMETHMX>ft OF HER MtMD.... I NEVER KNEW POODLE TO ACT so FUMNY/ COME HILE. JUST AHEAD OP THEM, MR. BOTTLE AMD MR. GERM ARE RETURNING TO THE HOTEL! AFTER A WALK AKOUMD TOWN — LET'S GET OYCftTO RED'S HOUSE. YOU WERE WHEW H£ YOU LA»T. r »M'N POP ,WOW\ WHAT A. SNP NX. TO PAy TWO 1XJLLWRS FOR TlMCPtecit BACK, AND U_ HAN/ DOUGH' TIMEPIECE is RIGHT; &OUGHT THE WATCH STOPS TICKING, I'LL STOP PAVING? ALLEY OOP The Fixer! VtWRE GONNA SPEW TH HJ6HT WTTH «E,HU«? THERE'S TOUR OTHER 9QZ05 SHARE TRE OWE WVTH fAE, BUT I 61 M* BE ARRANGED nr A CORNER CfrMXlRCAVE S'ALL I NEED FOR TH' SLEEP I CRAVE - Room* Wittront Board »*—-Honsw lor Sal« 1931 Buick DcLuxe Coupe 56'* Aii new tires, clean 1929 Ford DeLuxe Coupe !931 Chevrolet DeLure ____ Sedan Max Duitch Auto Ex. Phone 1000 323 Fifth L <- Attto B«p*lrt J WE FIX THEM olc They Can't Be Fixed Morrison's Garage !23 Lincclnway Phon« 910 HOW MANY MILES Joes youi car get on a fill of gas, jil, or a change of tires? Your ipeedometer will tell you if it is vorking. If not let us repair it, at Cliff Roberson's Garage Phone 34 New Shipment'of -" Oriental Rugs 27x54 $4,50 value for $2.75 4::6 Oriental imported from gium ,$15 value, special J WANTED: PLTNISHBD ROOM near Firestone Sen-Ice Store Call 172. SUITE OF BOOMS FOR, GIRLS. Near campus. Taone 2391. week Bel- this $9.50 Walsh Furn. & Hdwe. «0-—-Radio Equipment I C. E. GORE'S SERVICE. ALL radio work guaranteed. 210 llth. THREE LOVELY FURNISHED rooms. Adults. 114 Seventh. ASH AYE, HOME. MODERN throughout. 3 stall garage. Beau, tlful lot, shade, garden and fruit Price reasonable. Phone owner at 2000. •*—BOOMS lor Bent NICE SLEEPING ROOM. PHONE 5SS. WARM, QUIET ROOM, |2.25. Douglas. 714-J. 618 78— IFor s*le, Mlscelianeoas CHILD S 54" SIMMONS, WALNUT finish bed, complete. Like new §6.50. Phone 2254-W. 8*—-Housekeeping Booms FOR RENT 3 furnished houses, 4th ward. $20, $30, $36 Charles Miller Phone 486-J W O FURNISHED HOUSEKEEP- ing rooms. Phone 743-J. FOR SALE: WICKER BABY CAR- riage. Phone 1702 L. J. TWO STUDENT STUDY TABLES ?1.00 and $1.25. 123 Stanton. ' 12 — Beaut j Service Jl USED TYPEWRITER. 101S WIL- son. 7»—Wanted, Mlgcelluwona 85—Apartments, FIVE ROOM, MODERN, FURNISH- ed bungalow. Hot water heat fireplace,. gtrage, $40. 916 Ridgewood. 1440-W. CALL 486-J Apartment* and houses, clog* to college, clean, neat, convenient, priced right Chas Miller, 132 Hayward Ave. leotu I PERMANENT END~ CURLS, 25c each. Oil permanents $5 00 Alen's Beauty Shoppe. Phone 427. l . . ld IS—Business Service Offered / ^Li UPHOLSTERING iefmishing Fibre Cord and Repairing Cane Seats Cabinet Work Awnings Antiques ittle Furniture Shop >hone 114 23H4 Main — t Furnace Cleaning iVe clean and repair all makes of iurnaces. New low prices on new urnaces. A. G. Speers Furnace and Tin Shop 'hone 662 400 Main --- tlf A TVTT l 'r r rr WANTED g( ? ld ^ S° !d fi 'led jewelry, es. crowns, etc. Charles G. Ray JEWELER 230 Main St with Dixon Drug. WANTED : . FURNITURE. RUGS _and stoves of most any kind. What have you for sale? Call 2338. FOR RENT: EXCEPTIONAL, completely equipped, modern, conveniently located apartment Just been redecorated. All drapes, covers, etc. been dry cleaned Floors refinished. Heat, lights and water included in rent. Perfect for small family or a group of friends. Must be seen to be appreciated. Phone 101 or 2036. MODERN *SIX ROOM DUPLEX $20, at. 2704 Lincoln way. Inquire at 2708 Lincoln way hetween 5:00 and 7:00. FOR RENT: 7 ROOM MODERN brick bungalow. Garage. 504 East Lincoln way, $20. Phone I. J. Scott FURNISHED RESIDENCE. ALSO . lower apartment at college. Ph. 2057-W. WILL STORE PIANO FOR WIN- ter. Call 2225. WANTED: PIANO age. Phone 372. FOR STOR- Have Your Furnace Cleaned NOW! Juarantced work with our super service vacuum cleaner. Palmer Plumbing Co. 1091 ^ Plumbin~Heating and Well Work PHONE 226 E. A. Foy NEWFURNACEST }eu. furnace repair work Furnaces •acuum cleaned. Ev* trough work F. A. Gould TO—Poultry lor Sale ATTRACTIVE' APTS., NEWLY decorated. New furniture. Heat, lights, water furnished. Close to campus. Sunset Apartments. Phone 1457-W. FOR RENT: HOUSE, FURNISHED or unfurnished. Call 486-J. EIGHT ROOM MODERN HOUSE at 908 Douglas. Phone 42. MODERN FIVE ROOM HOUSE cheap. Inquire 227 So. Kellogg. NICELY FURNISHED Phone 1564-W. HOUSE. FOR NICE APARTMENTS. CLOSE to campus, reasonably priced, see M. A. Countryman, 272S Lincoln way. FOR RENT: SIX ROOM DUPLEX, $20. 1752-J. 1O*—Swap Ads HOGS: 60,000, including 8,000 directs, 35,000 government pigs. Holdovers 2,000. Below 230 Ibs., steady to 5c higher, others weak to lOc lower. 180 to 230 Ibs., $5.25@$5.40, top $5.45. 240 to 350 Ibs., $4.25® $5.25. Light lights, $5.00@$5.40. Commercial pigs $4.75. Bulk packing sows $3.50 $3.90. Light light, 140 to 160 Ibs., good and choice, $4.85@.$5.40; light weight, 160 to 200 Ibs., good and choice, $5.10@ $5.45; medium weight, 200 to 260 Ibs., good and choice, $5.00@$5.45; heavy weight, 250 to 350 Ibs., good and choice, $4.35@$5.15; packing New York Stock* Close Today NEW YORK (IIP.) — Following are Friday's closing bids on the New York stock exchange: American Can American Locomotive 30% American T. and' T 125% American Tobacco B. Anaconda Atchison, T. & S. F'. ....58% Bethlehem Steel 34 C. & N. W. Com sows, 275 to 550 Ibs., medium and Chrysler good, |3.25@J4.00; slaughter pigs, Corn Products 100 to 130 Ibs., good and choice. 9% POULTRY—DRESSED CHICKENS Springs i6c per Jb. Hens I3c " » No charge for dressing and delivery. Woodland Farms. Phone 435. WHITE ROCK FRIES.^MILK FED 2*4 to 4 Ibs., 17c Ib. Dressed and delivered. Phone 371-J. FOR SALE: SPRING FRIES, 50c. APARTMENT, LIVING ROOM, bed room, kitchenette, private bath, private entrance. Phone 1473W. THREE ROOM FURNISHED APT. Private bath. Private entrance. Garage. Phone 110S-J. 821 Duff. OWNER OF A DESIR- ably located 5 room cottage desires to exchange rent with some couple for his room and board. C. C. Major, 802 Sixth st. Phone 1064. FURNISHED APARTMENTS AND furnished dwelling. Phone 196. Little Brothers. Drive out. 1429 Kfllogg. Weston. Mrs. 83—Rooms Without Board BED ROOM. GARAGE AND breakfasts for 2 men or ' employed couple, $4.00 week for one, 56.00 for two. 920 Burnett, 1243-W. CLEAN APARTMENTS, FURN- ished or unfurnished. Also house, 4th ward. Phone 2147-J. WELL FURNISHEJD 3 ROOM Apt. Heat, lights, water. Washing privileges. 904 Clark. PRODUCE | f§- ~ . CHICAGO (KE)—Produce: EGGS: Market steady; receipts 2,929 cases; extra firsts 18; current receipts 12H; dirties 14@15. BUTTER: Market weak; receipts 14,249 tubs; specials 23 U @24; extras 23; extra firsts firsts nyt@lMi; seconds 17: standards 21^. POULTRY: Market steady; re- ?3.50@$4.S5. CATTLE: 2,000. Inbetweens weak, instances 10 to 15c lower. Demand-'good for light heifers and mixed yearlings. Cows steady, bulls weak to lOc lower., Vealers weak, best medium fed steers $6.50, largely |4.50 @?5.75. Slaughter cattle and vealers: Steers, 550 to 900 Ibs., good and choice, $4.75®$6.75; 900 to 1100 Ibs., good and choice, $5.75 @$6.85; 1100 to 1300 Ibs.. good and choice, $5.75@S7.00; 1300 to 1500 bs., good and choice, $5.75 <$> $7.00; 550 to 1300 Ibs., common and medium, $3.50@$5-75. Heifers. 550 to 750 bs., good and choice, $5.25@$6.50: common and medium J3.00@$5.25. C6ws, rf good, $3.75@$4.75; common and medium $2.40®$3.75: low cuter and cutter. $1.50@$2.40. Bulls yearlings excluded) good Cbeef) $3.25@$4.00: cutter, common and medium SS^SiftSJUK. Vealers, good and choice. $5.75@$7.50: medium ?5.00(5;$5.75: cull and common DuPont 76% General Electric 20% General Motors 31^ International Harvester ..." ....38 Montgomery Ward 22M New York Centra] ...42 Pennsylvania R. R' Sears-Roebuck Standard Oil of N. J 4114 Studebaker ."" 5 U. S. Rubber U. S. Steel ." ..'.".' /o Westinghouse Electric .... . 39% Standard Oil of Ind. . WIL Cities Service . Price Regulation E)ebate Centers Around Provision in Retail Code By H. 0. THOMPSON United Pre«t Staff Correspondent (Copyright. 1933, by United Press) WASHINGTON (IIE) — Price f'x. ing in the national recovery pro- grafii tends toward state socialism, it was charged Thursday as price regulation features of the proposed NRA code for the retail trades became the center of debate over price control measures. Opponents of price fixing declared that it could not be operated successfully except where state social ism was an avowed objective. NRA officials who prepared the revised retail code maintained it was intended to regulate or control prices, hut not to fix them to any rigid formula. • Present discussions of prices tend to include any form of price regulation under the broad term of 'price fixing." In reality there are significant differences. Under strict price fixing the price of each article in the retail trade would be set'by fiat In the retail code as it is Bow- constituted there are no such provisions. A school of thought within the NRA is opposed to price fixing by fiat as opposed to price control or regulation. This school includes Dr. Alexander Sachs, head of the economic research division. It maintains that price fixing in the strict sense with certain exceptions is undesirable unless state socialism is desired. The exceptions would be: 1. In cases of natural resources where conservation is desired. 2. In farm products where con- linuation of downward trends would result in conditions of peasantry. 3. In cases where prices and wages should be regulated to prevent sweat shop conditions. >hone 527-J 3t2 Main St. MAC'S REPAIR SHOP. CARS, generators, electric motors over- muled. Batteries charged and re•aired. 981 Maxwell avenue. k'OUR CAR WASHED, THEN Duco polish 3.1, $1.00 Call 1617-W. FOR RENT: PLEASANT, WELL furnished south room to gentleman. Private home. No other roomers. Phone 23S3-W. FOR RENT: VERY DESIRABLE sleeping rooms. Centrally looat- e "- Women preferred. Phone 833-J. NEATLY FURNISHED 3 ROOM apartment. Close in. Immediate possession. Phone 1756. ON 7 E 2 AND ONE 3 ROOM FURN- ished apartment. Near Westgate on bus line. 2817 West street. SLEEPING ROOMS FOR BOYS. * bl °ck from Campus town. Chamberlain. U1ES GARBAGE CO Phono 2061. LBW COLE •J»—Help Wanted, WANTED FOR CANVASS- Phone 1707. DESIRABLE FURNISHED APT. Laundry privilege. Outside entrance. 3!0 Lincoln way. NEW APT,, FURNISHED, PRI- vate witrance and bath. Best location. 705 Clark. ceipts 19 trucks; fowls broilers 9^4; leghorns 8; ducks' 8 @9; geese 8; turkeys 8@9; roosters 6@7. CHEESE: Twins, 11%@12; Longhorns 12%@12%. POTATOES: On track 328: arri. valfe 142; shipments 8S6; market weak. S4.00(?7)$5.00. gtocker and feeder cattle: Steers. 500 to 1050 Ibs.. good and choice. $4.25(f?>$5.25; common and medium $2.75@$4.25. SHEEP: 12.000. Lambs opening slow. Early indications steady to 25c lower. Choice native lambs to traders 557.50. Most bidding $7.:5 down. Sheep steady. Slaughter sheep and lambs: Lambs. 90 Ibs. clown, good and choice. $6.75rci> $7.50: common and medium $4.00 (^$7.00. Ewes. 90 to 151 Ibs.. good and choice. $1.50(R!$2.S5: all wts., common a.nd medium 75c(fi>$2.00 Feeding lambs. 50 to 75 Ibs., good and choice, $6.CO@$6.50. CHICAGO O>—Grain range: Open High Low Close WHEAT: NAZIS GUIDE CULTURE BERLIN, «r.E>—Under the aegis of its newly-created "Central Bureau for Spiritual Activity," the German propaganda ministry promises the nation "a cultural winter based on the new life of the people." The duty of the bureau wili be to "develop the new German cultural powers and put them to the greatest possible use " MACHINE GUNNER MENACES TRIAL (Continued from Page One) to "underworld rats" and the Ur- schels courageously announcement they made were prompt on the THREE AND FOUR ROOM APTS. Weloh avenue. Phone 25 or 942-W evenings. OOZY, TWO ROOM, FURNISHED apartment. 93D-W. NICE TWO ROOM APARTMENT and rooms. 3107 West. FOR KENT: GOOD APARTMENT Dr. Proctor, FOR RENT: Fifth. APARTMENT. 716 I Today's Markets 1 PrlcM bid by loeal dealer* No. 2 corn 33c Ear corn 31c Oats 26%c Hogs $4.60 Cream, sweet 23>/4c Cream, sour .... 211-4 c Eggs, No. 1 l?c Eggs, No. 2 lie Heavy hens, 4V4 Ihs. and up —8e. Heavy hens under 4% 'bs fie Heavy breed .springs, 4 Ibs. and over J)c Heavy breed springs, under 4 Ibs 7c Leghorn springs — fie Leghorn hens ,<>. All rooster'* fte All nnmbtr (won, t\vo cents lens. May Sept. Dec. 95 CORN: May 571/4 Sept. 47 Dec. 51*4 OATS: May 42% Sept. 36 Dec. 39 RYE: May Sept. Dec. 70' BARLEY: May 60 Sept. Dec. 55 9 Si/, 90-^ 91'i 87 H S5-V t 89% re 51% 36'.$ 45 4S 41 .15 Vis 37% 20% 42% 36 39% 71 fi7V, 70 fift BARBER WORKS AT 82 PAWTUCKET. It. 1. ir.Pt—At S2 Louis A, Thlhr.'uili still works one day n week a.s n hnrhrr, Ho ROPS to the Homo for tlio AK«M! Poor every Saturday to slmve th« nintcs. In. side of the government and law and order to the finish." Fred Coleman. uncle of Katherin Kelly, electrified the courtrooir when he marched to a place i front of the jury, unannounced an demanded to be heard. ' He told Judge Edgar S. Vaueh privately that Kelly appeared at hi farm home in southern Oklahom Wednesday night and threatened t,, kill his family for their activity in the trial. It was at the Coleman farm, the government charged tha the $200,000 kidnap plot was hatched by Bniley. Kelly and Albert Bates, one of the defendants. State Policeman 0. P. Ray ported he wns almost run down by big automobile on the outskirts of Oklahoma City In which were Kelly and Charles Arthur (Pretty Boy) Floyd, notorious southwestern desperado. "When you've been looking 'or a guy for years, you know him when you see him, don't you?" Ray replied when questioned on the identification. He said a gun wns visible Plainly. The story of llrsrhel's abduction his luxurious home, is in the. trial records. Ursohel told of his nine days' rnptivlty at. the fnnu home of R. G. (H.xss) Shannon, his wife, Ora, and thdr son, Armon near Paradise, Texas. E, E. KirkPatrick, friend of I'rsohel, Testified >f paid $2no,nfto in marked $20 hilla to Kelly ( n Kansas City, lirschtl and federal «cent< told of (lie dnwr- ' 1 at the Shannon farm of! Bailey, sleeping beside the same ma chine gun used in the kidnaping Part of the $1.200 found in Jailey's pockets was from the ran om money. A $10,000 lot was located In St Paul and Minneapolis and seven wen were arrested for at tempting to dispose of it These seven attend the trial with their attorneys. Government testi mony against them was to be given Friday. • COUNCIL TAKES BIDS ON STORM SEWER JOB (Continued from page one.) spectfully ask you when letting the contract for the construction of the Thirteenth street sewer to consider the needs of Amrs labor for employment and stipulate that this contract shall be placed with a contractor who will do flu's work jy hand labor in preference to machine, and use Ames labor for this purpose, thus giving added employment to n, group of Ames laborers who are in urgent need of employment." There were 145 signatures attached. Specifications for construction of the sewer provided that all back filling of the ditch, all disposal of surplus dirt, and the excavation of the open ditch portion of the project, be done by hand labor, or in the case of the excavations, by men and teams, rather than bv other mechanical equipment. Construction of catch bnsin laterals also was specified for hand labor. But. according to the explanations made to the group, the work of digging the main sewer trench reouires the use of ditching ma- -hinery, because of the depth and he condition of the soil. This dltrh will he unusually deep, in «<ome places as deep as 15 feet. Six feet Is about the limit that one man •an throw dirt umvard with .1 shovel, thus requiring two nlat- orrns In the trench, and handling he dfrt shovelful hy shovelful *** times. The platforms would greatly in- rease the hazard of the work to he workmen. « hazard that would e further Increased by the loose- ess of the soil, particularly If wet .xtner accompanies the work. If the specifications under which \c contractors have prepared bld^ •ere changed now. it would mean >lay In revising the bids. Hut the chief delay would be In submitting the nroloct to the Ier;v1 nubile v,orks artiTilnlstrrMim, >r further approval, \vhlch mlg.it cause it to be laid aside until possibly next spring. The government has approved the project in its present form, and will contribute ?0 per cent of the cost. The city has the cash on hand to pay'the balance. It has been previously stated that the city expected to borrow the balance from the government on public works bonds, but this is not the ease. The cash is now available for the city's 70 per cent share. The council requested the city manager to obtain Informal estimates from contractors as to the ipproximate increase over their bids in the event all hand labor is required on the job. This already las been done, and Mr. Ames expects these estimates to reach his • office in a very few days. The manager also was authorized negotiate for the rightof-way or the open ditch along Thirteenth treet road from the east city llm- -. ts to the Skunk river. Mayor Schleiter was forced to eave the council session before it was ended to attend another meet- - ng. and Councilman-at-large J S Dodds took the chair for the rest of the meeting. The council chamber was filled with contractors and members of the unemployed group. LEGAL NOTICES BAILIFF'S SALE XOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN. That by virtue of a writ of an execution, issued out of the Clerk;, office of the Municipal Court of the City of Ames. Story County, State of Iowa, and to me dl- rectcii. upon a Judgment rendered In .Municipal Court, on the 25th day of July, 1933. in favor of W. P. Kintxter iml a.tramst Chris Thomson and Annk Thomson, I have levied upon the fol- wlnR- described property, to wit • Corn in field comprising about seventy (vcres. in the fields, on the Southwest Quarter of Section 'g Frunklin Township, Story Countv Iowa, •" Tjiken as the property of said Chris Thomson ami Anna Thomson and that on the 9th day of October, A. D ' nt the hour of 1' o'clock p. m., of Mid 'Jay. nt the prrsont hx-ation on Die Southwest Quarter of Section 28. rrnnklln Township. Story County Iowa, t will iinvcod tn sell sa jd property, or so much thereof n« may b« necessary to sntisfy itnM execution nmmmtlriK- to $395.flfl d«bt and rout of suit, taxe,l nt J2X.SO, and attorney*- ffi'« of $4$.S3, with Interest on *»M ili-ot flt tin' rate of S per rent from <i»lt of SAM Judgment together with a!) ac- rilling cost*, nt public Auction tf. lh« hlKhK.ft and belt bidder for canh In hnnd. Huted fit A men. Iowa, thli 21*t d«y >f September, A. D. 19,13 W. J. CCHK, of Municipal Court, City at \r th<- Am** Dully Trt- .^flit IX, 13 ;ifvl OrUibtr ».
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