Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on October 13, 1933 · Page 9
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•m MTTBB nr WCASEIOCOi BEFORE FULL DJES M01NES <U.F) — The Iow» supreme court will consider .he •alary cue ol R. W. Clark. prevent insurance commlMloner, at a. full bench in a special hearing October 23, Chief Justice E. G, Albert ordered Thursday. The move came as a surprls*. The state is holding up Clark's sal- try on the grounds thafte 1* holding office Illegally and therefore Is not entitled to comoensation. Clark Is still la office defiant of attempts by state officers, to force his withdrawal. H«c4» serrlng without present salary and My» that bis expense bills are not being honored by the state. Forcing the isfue.\ Clark went into district court and obtained a writ of mandamus forcing State Comptroller C. B- Murtagh to pay bis back salary. The state attorney general's office, howerer, appealed the Clark decision to the supreme court. AUK! DAILY IOWA, T1IDAT, OOTOB1B 13, 1939. FinalDayTomorrow...ManyMoney-Saving Values/I Bright Spots in Business Continental Can company Increases its annual dividend rate from $2 to $2.50 a share on common stock. \ Western Union Telegraph company tarns August net in* come of $4*2,232, against $51,312 in Xugust 1932, New York and Honduras Rosario Mining company declares extra dividend of 75 cents a share. New York Central railroad earns August net income of 11,106.542, against deficit of $852,981 in August last year. Edison Electric Institute reports power output In U. S. for week ended October 7, was 1,' M«, 136,000 kilowatt hours, up 9.3 per cent from like 1932 period. Dow Jones and company estimates Bte«I output at 40 per cent of capacity, against 37 1-2 per cent a week ago. STORY cn Special to the Tribune-Times. STORY CITY, Oct 10-Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Holm accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. John Lee left Saturday for Chicago to spend a few days at the Century of Progress and visit relatives. The Joe Harvnen family have moved from the B. J. Sevry residence to the Mrs. Alice Sower residence on Main street vacated by Ole Roth. . Miss Frances Roberts . .visited some folks in, DOS,/-Moires over the week end. '..,."".• P. T..A. Meeting will be held in La-rson school number 4 Thursday Oct. 19. Mr. and Mrs. Henry MatEon attended the marriage of:the tetter's sister, Irene Skogerbos -to George Olsan of Des Molnes, which took place to the Lutheran parsonage in Des Moines Friday evening. The Magnus Horness and Arthur Tesdall families who have been living on the Nels Nelson farm east of Story City have moved to town, the former into the K. F. Johnson residence and the latter to the Mrs Bertha Johnson residence south of the railroad track. Miss Marjorie Grant spent the week end with home folks in Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Gandrup, Mr. and 'Mrs. T. H. Torkelson, Mrs. S. E. Egeland and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Knutson attended the funeral of Harve Kaness in Ames Saturday. Miss Annie Larson who has been working at the Ingwald Hill home at Roland the past .two weeks, suffered a stroke and Is at the Story City hospital in a critical condition.' Earl Olson, son of Hiram Olson of Randall, who underwent an operation for a ruptured appendix at the-Story-City hospital was able to return to his home Saturday. NOW.. The October Sale of enes Hundreds of yards of lovely new drapery and glass curtain fabrics in this sale. Important in the collection are Glazed Chintzes Cretonnes Printed Crashes Slip-Cover Denims Monk's Cloth Georgian Nets French Marquisettes Values to $1.00 yard 6qc Main Floor TILDEN'S Dependable Since 1869 targaln 12C Lo*k! A 1* ntml 19-qt. * i * e. fcwt- INaaerSet $3.19 New • • 4 « r * •hapei. Serve* *! 32 piece*. S * » •- poreelain. . ' O'l «l iv«ry vellMM (late. LUX SOAP Very Specially Priced! bars for Here It is. the soap that is famous for its beneficial effects on all skins—no matter how sensitive they may be! I9c PfoUe, evnmkesau* •tardy. Aa4 *et whatyw anv! $2.59 Men! Save on Dress Shlris St«r4y fl 'Strap* 8 for Metal leapt. 1 x il- ia. Tfcw I»w price Vmrt Week «dy! mt SO% Cushion Dots TmlUred jP«fr*, C«tt«fre Set* 69c With cotton prices climbing we can't hope to repeat tHi» value! So buy now! Fresh, sheer curtains for fall At thii saving you can put them in every room. Carefully made .Generously cut. The fluffy dot* are woven right into the fabric. Tub them all you like — they come up as soft and velvety as new. Three styles to choose from — several colon. Price must go up after this week! - f . Save $6*00 during Ward Week 24-GALLON Washing for Family of 4 Done in 30 Minutes 38 $4 down, $5 a month, plus small carrying charge Think of it—Ward Week price save* you $0.00. And 30 minutes after you start this washer a whole week's wash for a family of 4 is done, Wards gentle washboard action gets clothes far whiter. Lasts longer, too. Atto with Brigy* & Strottofl Gos &t- gin* for horn* without electricity. '3 Plates and a 12 Month Guarantee ... Ward's BIG BATTERY BUY TAoviom/j Ordered To Make This Low Price with old $3.85 Here's typical Ward Week big value! Take advantage! If your present battery u old or weak, don't risk winter strains on it. Trade n in now for dependable power at Ward Week price. Riverside Motor your container, quart Oil, in I Riverside Spark Plugs — 4 or more, each . . . At This Price Ward Week Only! Circulating Heater Heats More Space On Same Fuel! $2995 $3 down, $5 monthly, small carrying charge The price will be higher after Ward Week. A fall size circulating heater with Ward's regular cast-iron heating unit, famous for strength and efficiency. Cased in a beautiful grained walnut finish cabinet in porcelain enamel. Heats more space than ordinary type heaters because it draw* in air then circulate it through the top. Im . Longwear SHEETS 79c each Bleached white, .with no artificial filler. 81x90 inch. Hand torn ^ends; selvage sides. "Longwear", Cases, 42x!6, 10c each. for Ward Wetfc OnJyJ Enamelware Your Choice Granite gray porcelain fused over fcetvy steel! Five piec in this sale: Teakettle, Sat Pans, Ketrie, D««ble Boik Round Disk Pan. Values 3V lo69e. BLAINKET1 $2.59 Pair A blanket price you may ncret tee again! Large sac 72x84, 5% wool and Chia* cotton blankets, 3-ktch (Otcea bound, $-mch bkxk pUid pattel dwign. Copper Coated .22 Cartridges Thii Prict Went Wttk On/y/ 12C Hearj case thdrt*. Equil to the beat nationally Lamm brand*. Non-corrosive priming Ward's Flat Wall Paint Special Ward W.efc Prift $1 It dries to « velvet finish overnight. Washable. L«t» for year*. In 15 attractive colors. INNERSPRING Mattress $13.88 18$ deep Premier wire] coils upholstered in felted i cotton. Sateen ticking! cover. Full size. Coil Spring Double-deck Full'size £M AA Orchid ena- ^l*Q9 mel. finish. Mattress and Spring, BOTH $21.00. 1 m Studio Coueti Opens to doable or 2 twin beds. Plaid e«v- ered. With Innenpriog uuttres* and 3 pillows.. rs. ^ ni 9 *~ ) •• -'' •-' r^*^^^ c- priced for Ward Week §al«t 3 Pieces $5 dotvn, §6 monthly, pltts carrying charge Look at the size of this suite. And then look at the low Sale price. You will agree it is a "big" value. 3-inch posts on the bed. Triple Venetian mirrors on the vanity. 4 deep drawers in the Chest In two-tone walnut finish on genuine American hardwood,,. \f 1 "f All Mohair Suite Priced way below today's market! woro i W«t , So/« Price $6 ilo\vii, $7 nuintlilj, plus currying charge Mohair prices have advapced 100% in less than six months! That's why we cannot repeat this Ward Week value. Both pieces have deep spring Beats, high soft backs, roll arms, and reversible cushions. Hardwood frames throughout. Buy in Ward Week! y/>, .///•'--,,•.•'• •/'•"•-••//.// ' '•'••' ,'•', .'. ,•• 327 Main St., Allies, la. Phone 151—Ames, la.

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