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DAUT TlIBtTKB TIMU. AMBf, IOWA, THUBSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1833. WANTED: NAME ANU A00KK8S of ptrsons who saw four Rlmple- gars leaving in four taJlteabs at the same time. Call Three-cornered MOOD. 116. IS—BtuiMM Servtc* Uffrntd 4—Strayed, La*** FOUND: "" LEATHER JACKET. Owner may have same by identifying. Also pay for ad- Phone 2331-J evenings. LOST:CORDOVALEATHER hand t»a« in front of checalstry or between town and Chemistry. Call 1095. LOST: DARK GREY FELT HAT, owner's name printed on inside. Reward. F. W. Griffin, 231% Main Phone 114. LOST: BROV/N WATER SPANIEL 5 months eld. 147C-J. PHONE 231 FOR Quality Cleaning Careful Handling' Quick Service Amies Pantorium Quality Cleaners 410 Douglas Phone 231 NEW FURNACES Gen. furnace repair work. Furnaces vacuum cleaned. Eve trough work. F. A. Gould Phone 527-J 312 Main St. Plumbing — Heating ' and Well Work PHONE 226 E. A. FOY 6—Auction Sales AMES GARBAGE CO. LEW COLE. Phone 2061: AUCTION SATURDAY, 2 P. M., 403 Lincoln way. A large bill of good, useful furniture, consisting of beautiful bedroom suite, breakfast set, pressure stove, heater, dressers, ice box, library table, kitchen cabinet base, extra bed and springs, coal pails, wattr tank, typewriter, and dozens of articles too numerous, to list. If you .need anything for your home don't miss this sale. J. A. Snyder, Auct 23—Help Wanted, Female I .^..^ . I WANTED: GIRL FOR HOUS^| work. References. Write 2695, Tribune. 24—Help Wanted, Male FARM HANDS AT AMES, $1.25 A day. S<* McCulloch at 6:30 a. m. at Club cafe. 0—Antomobitaft, Tracks tor Sale WE NEED USED CARS ' SEE US ' at once for trades on NEW PLYMOUTHS DODGES AND OLDSMOBILES Open Evenings W. H. Nutty Garage Plymouth - Dodge - Oldsmobile Chevrolet Heaters We have received our first shipment of the new Chevrolet Hot Water Heaters—2 sizes. Let us put yours on before the rush starts. Allen Motor Co. Chevrolet Dealers S95 Phone 5th &. Douglas USED CARS 1931 Ford Special Roadster, clean. 1930 Chrysler 4-door sedan. 1931 Essex DeLuxe 4-door sedan. 1828 Nash coach, clean, 1338 Hup ..sedan. _; All cars in excellent condition. Smith Motor Co. Ill Main Phone 307 1932 Plymouth Coach Perfect $395.00 '31 6 wire wheel Chev. sedan $395 '30 Plymouth .Sedan 5225 '30 Essex town sedon. J165.00. Max Duitch Auto Ex. USED CARS We have some very good used cars. Will sell worth the money. General repairing. Cliff Roberson Garage 412 Burnett Phone 34 CHRYSLER AND PLYMOUTH 27—Work Wanted, Female WANTED: GENERAL HOUSE work of all kinds. Good clean work guaranteed. Both uptown and fourth ward. Call 2034. WANTED: HOUSEWORK OR care of children by experienced maid. Write Tribune 2696. WANTED: DAY WORK BY, EX- perienced housekeeper. Phone 57. STUDENT AND FAMILY LAUN- dry. Reasonable. Hour work. 38F2.' WANTED: HOUSE WORK IN small family. Address Box 17, Kelley. GIRL WANTS HOUSE WORK. Phone 271-J. Business Instruction WANTED: SOMEONE TO EX- plain what buying stock on margin is to Mrs. Rimplegar. Hurry or I it'll be too late. Call Three-Cornered ! Moon, 416. Improved Service We have added 3 new employees. Our storage, parts and service department now open until 12 o'clock midnight. Mathison Motor Co. Ford Sales & Service SB—Fuel FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Freckles Knows! By Blouer BOYOSOY: DID WE HAVF A STIFF woRKoirr TODAY. HAD u? on ES/ERY MINUTE. SWELL 91'PPEft, MOM. AND NCW TO &ET BUSYONMYSTUDiE?. HARDATiT,9UH?WEU. / lto VERY PLEASED AT THE WAY YOil'Vff 5TUCK TO YOUR HOMEWORK * THAT? FINE/ KEEP YOUR ut> SON. You MUfT oo iTJo ( THEN i TOULON T GET A CHANCE. TO PAS?, KICK, RUM WfTH THE BALl,OR. ANYTHING If M'WN POP A Perfect Fit! By Cowan VOU MEAN WEQC.IN M* HOUSE? BUT T WVENT WKTWNG FOB \OU TO YJfcSW-WVTH-WVrX' CWNT \tX» E. IT WOMC AND DO AT? \AH.t TELL CAS UNflXQCD 1 BNN POOR WOMAN- HE <5tti r HE PWSE PENT, MfVBE. I DO YttSH MEPE-VAH i HE. SEE. SUCH POETT^ ^\ ON MY CIOTWES"U.ME, ) IANDU5PO, VC S**" 'I MftKE PIJENTY BUT I TELL HIM NO! HC PAroC MV PENT, SUPE !/ GOT TO DO WTTW • C 1*» •¥ HCA fOIVICC, INC. MB. 0. *. MT. OfF. 19 —Wanted, MiaceUaneom J WANTED Old gold and gold Oiled jewelry, bridges, crowns, etc. Charles G. Ray JEWELER 230 Main St. with Dixon Drug WANTED TO BUY: FURNITURE, rugs, stoves or what have you. Call 233S. n —Poultry for Sale POULTRY—DRESSED CHICKENS Springs . .IBcperlb. Hens 15c " " No charge for dressing and delivery. Woodland Farms. Phone 435, WHITE ROCK FRIES, MILK FED. 3 to 5 Ibs., 17c Jb. Dressed and delivered. Phone 371-J. 82—Room and Board DOWNSTAIRS ROOM. PRIVATE entrance. Meals. 1196W. 83—Rooms Without Board COAL Chunks, 6x3 Furnace, .Nut Coal. Hand picked, over shaker screens, an extra good Iowa coal. Competent deliverymen. Phone 232. Gilchrist Coal & Feed Company' PLEASANT SOUTHEAST Also garage. 609-W. 88—Apartment*, Flata CALL486-J Apartments and hbuses, r ;cldse to college, reat, convenient, priced rigM. CflasV Miller, 132 Hayward Ave. IOWA COAL BENSON'S' LOWER VEIN Also Ogden, $2.75 and up. Foster Coal Co. Dav or Nite Phone 2S5-W SAVE BY BURNING IOWA'S Best coal. Luther coal. Phone 1712-J. MOHAN COAL. — MORE. HEAT, light ash—no clinkers. Phone 627. 61—Garden Peoduc* 1 i SQUASH, TURNIPS, CABBAGE, carrots, beets, tomatoes. Stone. 62P4. I .—. {PUMPKINS, ACORN SQUASH, j 25c doz. Tomatoes. H. T. Farrar. 8 —Auto Parts, Accessories 64—Household Goods AUTO CUSHIONS Repaired, recovered or repadded. They feel like new, '"When we get thru. Ames Glass & Body Company 402 Main Phone 53S-J New Furniture! 12—Beauty Service J New end, console and butterfly .tables. Solid walnut and walnut I finish. 1 85c to $6.50 I New pull-up chairs $4.95 to $6-'50. I New studio couches $16.50. Innerspring couches 524.50. Walsh Furn. & Hdwe. Phone 6S5 IMPROVE YOUR HAIR WITH A Genuine Egyptian Oil permanent. Marcels, finger waves at the Hedrick Comfort Shop. PLone 1252. A SHORT, CURLY PERMANENT will bring out the smartness of any new hat. Get a Realistic at the Primp Shop. Phone S09-W. NAIVETTE PERMAXENTS. EVA Rae hair tints. Allone's Beauty Shoppe. Phone 427. 13—Business Service Offered UPHOLSTERING Refinishiug Fibre Cord autj Repairing Cane Seats Cabinet Work Awnings Antiques Little Furniture Shop Phone 1M 231% Main Furnace Cleaning We clean and repair all makes of furnaces. New low prices on new furnaces. A. G. Speers Furnace and Tin Shop Phone 662 400 Main Have Your Furnace Cleaned NOW! Guam Diced work with our super sai-vico vacuum cleaner. Palmer Plumbing Co. 108 Haywartl Ave. Phonu 109' READ THE WANTS 71—Pianos for Sale FOR SALE: BABY GRAND PIANO, standard make, wonderful condition. Customer near Ames unable to finish payments. Cost §900 new. Only ?195 left to pay. Cash only. Write Critchctt Pianc Shop, Des Moines. Sale, Miscellaneous ANTIQUES AT AUCTION OCT. 9th, 10th, llth. The entire collection of Broder's Antique Shop, Iowa City, la. Rare and choice pieces of china, glass, luster, pewter, brass and copper, and all antique furniture. Also dealer offers Oriental i-ugs. Geo. Broder, 2026 Muscatine ave., Iowa City, la. FOR SALE: LOVELY PHOTO- graphs of Rimplfgars being ' dropped on ihf>ir heads when they wore babies. Call Three Cornered Moon, 416. BOOKCASE, KITCHEN CABINET, floor lamps,, three quarter bed, dresser, beds, table, chairs. 1224 Orchard Drive. ATTRACTIVE APTS., NEWLY decorated. New furniture. Heat, lights, water furnished.' Close to campus. Sunset Apartments. Phone 1457-W. NEATLY FURNISHED* 3 ROOM apartment. Close in. Immediate possession. Ill Lincoln way. FURNISHED APARTMENTS AND furnished J dwelling. ,P.flpn«: 1.96 ; ttlfi^Rrothers. 'Vi-ci- '" Little CLEAN APARTMENT. FURNISH- ed or unfurnished. 4th ward. Pa. 2147-W. '' ' , $' SMALL FURNISHED KtTCHEN- ette apartment. Call 1809. FOR RENT: GOOD APARTMENT. Dr. Proctor. COZY, TWO ROOM, FURNISHED apartment 939-W. FOR RENT: APARTMENT. 716 Fifth. 93—Houses for Sale FOR SALE: BEAUTIFUL COT- tage, because the Rimplegars live next door. Only deaf and dumb persons better apply. Call Three- Ccrnered Moon, 416. 84—Houses for Rent FUK KENT: HOUSE. FURNISHED or unfurnished Call 4S6-J. MODERN SIX ROOM DUPLEX, ?20, at 2704 Lincoln \vay. Inquire at 2708 Lincoln way between 5:00 and 7:00. • TWO MODERN, FURNISHED bungalows. Reasonable. Will rent one until Sept. 1, 1334. The other for six months. Call at 916 Ridgewood. FOUR ROOM BUNGALOW, MOD- ern, $15. South 4th street. Phone 853-J. SIX ROOM DUPLEX, 4TH WARD. $20. 1752-J. CIRCULATING HEATER, PRAC- tically new, $20. 1009 Ninth st. NEW PILLOWS. PHONE 321. 7fl—Wanted, MlsceHlnneoiu \VANTKD: TKUSON TO SUG- Kost how to iiilm down flvn i'S- florud Rlnpli-gniu Cull Three- Cornered Mooa, 4.16. 4 ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT. 1119 Roosevell. HARDEST PART OF RECOVERY AHEAD (Continued From Page One) i cause the spirit, of America always 'springs from faith— faith in the beloved institutions of our land, and a true and abiding faith in the divine guidance of God." The president recalled that just seven months ng" to the day he took the oath of office at Washington. "I believed then, and I know now that our people would support definite action that sought the goal of Rivlug every man his duo," he said. CheorliiR which greeted Mr. Roosevelt'B arrival In the .ball room of tho Waldorf-Astoria, hotel was redoubled when lie paused on CHICAGO <IIE)—Livestock: HOGS: 21,000, including 8,000 directs. Slow, unevenly 10 to 25c lower than Wednesday. 140 to 240 Ibs., $3.00@f5.25, top $5.25. 250 to 350 Ibs., ?4.25@|5.00. .Commercial pigs $4.00@$5.00. Packing sows $3.40@ $4.00. Light light, 140 to 160 Ibs., good and choice, $4.S5@?5.25; light weight, 160 to 200 Ibs., good and choice, $5.00@$5.25; medium wt, 200 to 250 Ibs., good and choice, $5.00P?5.25; heavy weight, 250 to 350 Ibs., good and choice, "$4.15 @ $5.10; packing sows, 275 to 550 Ibs., medium and good, $3.10@?4.15; slaughter pigs, 100 to 130 Ibs., good and choice, |3.75@$5.00. CATTLE: 6,000, calves 1,500. Slow, steady on light steers and yearlings. Better action from in- between grades, weighty kinds. Nothing choice here. Shipper demand less active. Several loads of yearling steers $6.25@$e.60. Mostly $4.50@?5.75. 'Slaughter cattle and yealers: Steers, 550 to 900 -Ibs., good and choice, ?6.25@$6.60; 900 to 1100 Ibs., good and choice, |5.£5 @?6.75; 1100 to 130« Ibs., good and choice, $5.25@§6.S5;' 1300 to 1500 ibs., good rjid-choice, |5-25@$6.90; 550 to 1300 Ibs., common and medium, $3.00@?5.25. Heifers, 550 to •Z50 Ibs., good and choice, $4.75 @ f6.40; common and medium f2.75 @?4.75. Cows, good $3.00@?4.25; Coipmon and medium, $1.85@53.00; low cutter and cutter, ^1.25@?1.S5. Bulls (yearlings excluded) good (beef) ?3.CO@?3.75; cutter, common and mediunj S2.00@?3.00.« Vealers, good and choice, §5.50@ ?7.00; medium $4.50@$5.50; cull and common, ?3.50@$4.50. Stocker and feeder cattle: Steers, 500 to 1050 Ibs., good and choice, J4.00 j) $5.00; common and medium ?2.50@ 14.00. .SHEEP: 15,000., Fat lambs, undertone strong to' 25c higher. Desirable natives S6.75@?7.00. Native throwouts ?4.QO@$4.75. Sheep steady. Fat lambs firm. Slaughter stteep and lambs: Lambs 90. Ibs. down, good'and choice, S6.00@ $7.25; common and medium $4.00 @$6.25. Ewes, 90 to 150 Ibs., good and choice, ?1.50@$2.60; all wts., common and medium, 75c@$2.00. Feeding lambs,. 50 to 75 Ibs., good and choice, $6.0G@S6.50. CHICAGO <1 T .E)—Grain range: Open WHEAT: May 94% July 93 Vi Dec. 90 CORN: May 53H July 55% Dec. 47 OATS: May 41% July 39 Vi Dec. 38% RYE: May 76 Dec. 69 tf BARLEY: May Dec. High Low Close 94% 93 V 4 90% 53% 55% 47% 41% 39Vi ssy* 7514 69% 61% 56% 93% 9214 89% 52% 55 46V* 40% 38% 37 74% 56% 94 92% 89% 52% 55 46% 41 33% 37% 74% 6S% 61% 56% New York Stocks Close Today i Today's Markets Prices bid by local dealers No. 2 corn 30c Ear corn 28c Oats 25%c Hogs _. S4.60 Cream, sweet" :. .24%c Cream, sour 22% c Eggs, No. 1 17c Eggs, No. 2 ,. .14c Heavy hens, 4% Ibs. and up 7c Heavy hens under 4% Ibs 5c Heavy breed springs, 5 Ibs. and over Sc Heavy breed springs, 4 to 5 Ibs. 6c Heavy breed springs under 4 Ibs 5c Leghorn springs 5c Leghorn hens 5c All roosters 3c All number twos, two cents less. PRODUCE CHICAGO (U.E)—Produce: EGGS: Market steady; receipts 2,794 cases; extra firsts 20%; current receupts 14; dirties IG'/i© 17 vi. BUTTER: Market unsettled; receipts 10,978 tubs; specials 23%@ 21; extras 23; extra firsts 20!i(a 22; firsts 17-l.J (ft 19; seconds 16% @ 17; standards 21. POULTRY: Market steady; receipts 31 trucks, 1 c.ar; broilers 7; leghorns SC'HO; ducks 8@)11; goose S; turkeys G(&"7%. CHEESE: Twins, 11% (0/12, Longhorns 12V 4 ^12%. POTATOES: On track 3'I2; arrivals 129; shipments 025; market slow. \ his way to the platform lo chat with (lie former Governor Alfred E. Smith. Smith grinned widely ns (he prcHiilent bent over and whispered in hifj car. As Mr. Roosevelt, proceeded up the alslr Smith Hlappud him on the back affectionately. NEW YORK (UP.) — Following are Thursday's noon bids-on the New York stock exchange: American On 91%' American Locomotive 32 American T. and T 120% Faces Noose Death on the gallows vvill be the fate of George J. Shaughnessy, IS, of-Albany, N. Y., if his mother's picas do not win clemency for him. He killed a Tucson, Ariz., auto dealer, with whom he thumbed a ride, when the motorist resisted a robbery American Tobacco V. ".'..'.".'.. S5% ! attempt. Execution date was set Anaconda Atchison, T. & S. F So' Bethlehem Steel 34# C. & N. w. Com 9% Chrysler 45% Corn Products 88% DuPont 77% General Electric. 20^4 General Motors- 30% International Harvester 3S Montgomery Ward 21 New York Central 39*4 Pennsylvania, R. R 30% Sears-Roebuck 4lif Standard Oil of N. J 41% Studebaker 5% IT. S. Rubber 17% U. S. Steel 4714 Westinghouse Electric 37% for Oct. 27 in the Arizona state prison at Florence. : LAFAYETTE TWP.j Standard Oil of Ind. 31 be out. Cities Service .... . .2% *'- - LAFAYETTE Twp. Oct. 5.—Mr. and Mrs. Giles Swan spent over Saturday night and Sunday at the parental home John McCoy home. Scott Wildemuth has gone to Tennessee to the home of his uncle. Dane McCoy is taking an extended trip thru the northern states and Canada. Earl Baldus who recently underwent an operation for appendicitis has recovered nicely and is able to GLIDER PILOT CLAIMS RECORD MOSCOW, (IID—What is claimed by the press here as a world record in stunt flying in a glider was achieved by Pilot F. Stepan- chenko at K'oktebel, Crimea, where a glider school functions. Stepan- chenko made 184 somersalts, 13 tailspins and a series of other trick maneuvers in a glider during a single flight. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Mr. and Mrs. John Wirth jr., and daughter visited Tuesday evening at the Raymond Murlen home. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Ricke and family were dinn«r guests Tuesday at the P. J. Wirth honie. Paul McNertney and Dan Pepper have returned from a, pleasant trip to Colorado Springs, Colo. Dave York is visiting at .the home of his aunt, Mrs. Frank Pepper and other relatives fov a few months. Miss Alice McCoy is wo.king for Mrs. Earl Day for a few weeKs. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Toms and baby of Nevada spent Sunday with relatives in this locality. NOTICE OF'HEARING TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN : —-- - , You are hereby notified that at 8:00 ! Charles . Fitzgerald spent o^ er o'clock p. m. on the Kith day of | Sunday in Omaha. *'• <">? Mrs " ^red Remisch and s °n spent over the week end near Oskaloosa la. at the home of Mrs. will be conducted a hearing on the proposed plans and specifications and proposed form of contract, which have heretofore been adopted by the City Council p£ Ames, Iowa, for the following public improvement, the estimated cost of which is ?33.030 dollars: 13TH STREET STORM SEWER " ^The construction of a Storm Sewer Outlet from Wilson Avenue along: Thirteenth to its outlet in Skunk river, the contract for which is subject to final aproval by the Federal Administration of Public Works. At said hearing any interested person may appear and file objection to the proposed plans, specifications or contract form, or cost of such improvement. Dated at Ames, Iowa, this 5th day of October, KISS. A. B. MAJCWKLL. Published in the Ames Tribune-Time* October .'. City Clerk. Daily 6 F F I C I A L P U B L ICA T 10 N NOTICE OK HKAIMNO TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You are hereby notified (hut nt S:UO o'clock p. m. on the 16th day of October, IStSIt. at the I'onivil Chamber in thf City Hall in AIHPS. To\va, there will be conducted a hea'.'int; mi tht proposed plans and specifications and proposed form of con tract, wliich have heretofore been adopted l>y the City Council of Amos, Iowa, for Hit following public linprovcnioiit. th« ost!- m.-itdd cost o£ which is $-1.4!''.' dollars: ADDITION TO SICVVAr.K TKKAT- MKNT PLANT Tlio construction of a Jiiopuscd addition to the Si-wnKi Trfa'nirn! riant in Ihf riiy of Amos, tin' ('"inrai't for \\iiirli is subject to final api'i'oval by Hi'' Federal AdmlniHr,iti"ii of 1'uhllc Works. At said lip.iriiiK any inlnv.-'i'il r>fr- son may nppriir and flic ol'.lci timi to (In- jiroriost'il plans, s|>i>r<n<';iti"ii-. or rmlr.'ict form, or cod ,<; niu-h Im- I'nti'il at Amos, Town, H' is f't'i day ,11' iniobcr, in:;:;, A. n. MAX\VI:U.. City Clerk, rnlillnliH In MIC AIII.-H_ Daily Tribune-Times uc:lubcr ti, 1KJ. Remisch's sister, Mrs. Will Curtis. Mr. Curtis and family. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. T. F. ,Baldus of Jewell. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ricke and family, - Mr. and Mrs. Lawernce Wirth and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wirth and family, and Mr. and Mrs. John Wirth jr., and daughter enjoyed a picnic dinner Sunday at Brookside park. Miss Bridget. Marron has been quite poorly for several months and is under the doctor's care. Mr. and Mrs. Laweren^e Wirth and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Wirih and daughter visited Friday evening at the Leo Wirth home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wirth and family and Mrs. Lily Ohems visited Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Lawernce Wirth. Mrs. Eva Remsch spent over Sunday in Gilbert at the Fred Remsch home. Miss Katie Jordan and nephews Joseph Fitzgerald spent Sunday at the home of the latters parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Fitzgerald near Boone. A large number from this vicinity attended the tri-county fair at Story City last week. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Pepper and Mrs. John McCoy spent Friday at the Murron home. Convict* Eat'216,000 Eggs T.EWISBtTRG, Pa. mP>—A total of 216,000 CURS are nmled for \bc breakfasts of the Inmntex of tho Northeastern Fifdornl PonltenMnry Cor a yf>R.r. A contract for tl-e supply was recently nnnrdfd on bid of 20?i ct'flls a doKiti. FARM NEWS t> CUT IN DAIRY CATTLE FOIT WORTH, Tex., <ILE) — A dairy cattle reduction campaign, similar to that carried on by the federal government for hogs, cotton and wheat, has been suggested to Secretary of Agriculture Wallace by Dr. Lewis C. Crabb. chief veterinarian of the Texas livestock sanitary commission. Crabb proposes slaughter, cr disposal in some manner, of all diseased dairy cattle and all which do not give sufficient milk to return a profit in normal times. He suggested in his plan, which he forwarded to Secretary Wallace that a thoro test be carried on thru- out the United States of the health of cattle. This test, he suggested, could be made by the county's numerous agricultural agencies at a small cost. Such a test, he said, would s£ow that there are approximately u.000,000 dairy cows in the United States which should be eliminated because of disease, or due to their unprofitableness as milk producers. He also advocated a processing tax on dairy products, similar to that placed on wheat and cotton, to pay all farmers for disposing of the diseased, or poor quality, cat- Al^ UtT. The campaign against diseased cattle, aside trom its economic benefits, would greatly aid in reducing tuberculosis, Crabb said, while the elimination of unprofitable cattle from a herd would aid every farmer. Farm Comment By MRS £ 0. ROBINSON Champlin farm folks sowed rye for spring hog pasture, las^ week. They' have found it very satisfactory for sows and little pigs which need to be put on clean ground. Any livestock seems to relish the young rye and to gain much good from it. ' The beautiful vine at the back of Dan Parsons harness shop, is the lovely cardinal climber. The blooms are much like the old fasu- ioned cypress blooms both in shape and in color. The leaves, also remind one of the lacy leaves of the cypress. This is an annual vine which will grow at least twenty feet in a season, which is lovely and for which the seed may be bought at almost any seed store. Most vines pay well for the little trouble which they cause. It is time to make chow-chow, picea-lilli and all the other good autumn relishes which help the plain food to be enjoyed more. Here is a good picca-lilli recipe which was brot from Idaho by Mrs. Eugene Wommeldorf. south of Zearing. Two laige heads cabbage, one peck very green tomatoes, dx large onions. Chop fine and salt to taste. Add one tablespoon of each of the following spices: Eng- may be us6d. Chop all and soak la?; a weak brine, over night. Drain- 1 : well. Add one box ground mustard,;. ten cents worth tumevic( how much'-; is that?) one cup brown, or white: sugar, one cup flour, and four quarts vinegar. Heat until boiling' hot all thru, and seal. Some may' like it better if cooked slightly. : This is good. Someone; gave me this recipe toi send in, but I missed doing it. Please excuse. A simple, good recipe for. a white cake. One cup white sugar, half a cup of butter, half a cup of milk, stirred in. Flavoring. One and a half cups flour and one heaping teaspoon baking powder. Whites of three eggs well beaten and folded in at-the last. Either loaf or layer. Chow Chow pickle. One peck green tomatoes, two heads cabbage, twelve green mango peppers, and sbf red ones. Chop all these- things. Add one cup salt, let stand over night, drain. Two and a half cups brown sugar, two tablespoons celery seed, one salt, black pepper, mace and mustard. About four cups vinegar. Cook until clear looking. This is different and much liked by many. Recipe given me by Mrs. Callie Hanen. ( STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP. MANAGEMENT, CIRCULATION ETC.. REQUIRED BY THE ACT OF CONGRESS OF ' ; . ; , : AUGUST 24, 1912 . : Of Ames Daily Tribune-Times pubil lished daily at Ames, Iowa, for October 1, 1933. State of Iowa, County of Stars. «. Before me, «' Notary Public. In sn4! for the Slate and County aforesaid, personally appeared J. L. Powers/ who having been duly swcrn accord-' ing to law. deposes and says that h» is the editor of the Tribune- Times and that the following i* to the best of his knowledge and belief, a true statement of the ownership, man-; agement (and if •« daily, the circula4 : lion), etc, of tile aforesaid publication, for the date shown In the above caption, required by the Act o* August 24, 1912. embodied in section 443, Postal Laws and Regulations, printed oa the reverse of this form, to-wlt: j; 1. That the name and address of i the publisher, editor, managing edi-i tor, and business managers are: Pub. Usher, J. L. Powers, Tribune Pub. ; Co.,) Ames. Iowa: editor J. L. Powers,. Ames, Iowa: managing editor, T. -f-v. Crocker, Ames, Iowa ; business ciana- ; ! ger, J. L. Powers, jr.. Arnea. Iowa. •';' 2. That the owners are: Tribunii: Publishing Co.; J. L. Powers, Ames;; o.; Iowa; C. 0. P L. Powers, Jr., Ames. Iowa ; T. owers, Ames, Iowa; Crocker. Ames, Iowa. 3. That the Known bondholders," tnortga.rees and other security hold-, ers owning or holding 1 per cent ox- more of total amount of bonds, mortgages, or other securities are: None,, 4. That the two paragraphs next: above, giving the names of the owners, stockholders and securitv holders, it any, contain not only the list of stock-; holders and security holders aa they' appear upon the books o- the company,; but also in cases where the stockholder or security holder appears upon the boohs of the company as trustes. or in any other fiduciary relation, tha name of the person or corporation for whom such trustee is acting, is given: also, that the said two paragraphs- contain statements embracing affiant's full knowledge and belief as to the circumstances and corditions under which stockholders and .ecurity holders who <1o not appear upon the books of the company as trustees, hold STOCK and securities in H capacity other than that of a bona fide owner: and th;a, affiant has no reason to believe that. any other person, association or cor- : poration has any interest direct or Indirect in the said stock, bonds, or oth- ' er securities than as so stated by J him. » 5. That tne average number of cop- ; tes of each issue of this publication of copies distributed, thru the mails or ' otherwise, to paid subscribers during the six months nrecedinp the dat* lish mustard seed, celery seed, all- I shown above- is !SCM. spice (ground) Mack pepper, whole j cloves. Add two pounds brown gwom to and S(Jt)St . ribed t!iis 4th day of October, My J. L. HOU'KKS. Jr.. Notary Publla rtn f»v;.i'-i»e .Tjt'» 4 !Q33. sugar and three cups vinegar. More vinegar may be added if A delicious addition to this recipe. are small pieces of cucumber. If fresh the pieces should bo salted j gfOP GETTING UP NIGHTS for a few minutes, (lion rinsed and ! This 2 - ( , Twjt KUFK if u Fans drained. The cucumber should bo i Tbysic ths b!addcr as you would the bowels. Drive out the impurities and excess acids which cause tlie irritation that wakes you up. Get a regular 25c box cooked with the other Ingredients. Mrs. Guy Dodds called my attention to i he fact that pepper relish is better if brown stijrar i.-? used. It Is true, as is the case with so many sorts of rookies. Sweet apples nuik;> lovely sweet pickles. Some have pond hick with firm sour ones. Nothing is much better than some of tho lame cruh npploa. M,ustnrd pickles. Two quarts greeh tomatoes, four quarts rhon- )od cucumbers, Qiuirts chopped onion. G of BUKKTS, made from leaves, Juniper oil, etc. After four days test, if not witisfied. so hack and get your 25c. They work on t.he bladder similar to oil on tho bowels. Blad- <liT irregularity is nature's dan- funl may warn you or You are bound to fed ser (rouble. or pickles, (wo 'you swo, t HniK . or pnrt r«><l and part Kivrn. two heads cabbage, or cauliflower l>e!'«r after this cleansiiiK t your regular .ilecp. Slorn *•'<! Or... Jut and DrugglM, my Uiil seller.— A(lvcrtlacni;uu ia a beat

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