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IlTTBf V AMIS " AILY tinm-Tim AMM, IOWA, IATUIIUT, 0010*11 14 1923. FA01CT1 IA, Fred Nelson Mentioned for Lieut. Gov. By LOREN E. DONILtON United Preis Staff Corrtcpondtnt BBS MOINEg (l r £)-~ The wh««ls of lowa'a republican party machinery «•«. slowly beginning to turn, it be<*ine apparent today. Encouraged by success In three of four recent special elections, republicans now a:, atartlflf to take stock of their rcsourceo for next years election. Ousting of the stron^ly-entrench <?d democratic legions will be an accomplishment of no,small proportions, republican leaijerfr-apparent- ly bellere. For this reason G. 0. "•. party lieutenants are seeking only the strongest possible candidates. An essentiaUactor 5n drafting of the 1984 republican tlckst -will be selection of "good campaignere," one t>. 0. P. veteran asserted. Only men who already possess a sizable state following or who, thru sheer personality and oratorical persucsive. powers could-accuni- ulate such a following, should be considered, it wax said. Thus far no definite announcements have been made by any potential candidate. Rumors, however, have flown thick and fast, indicating to political observers that republican chieftains were combing the woods for gubernatorial and state office Umber. The latest gossip is that Judge Fred C. Lovrien of. Spencer will be in the gubernatorial race. The northern Iowa iurigt has been a Header in republican ranks for many years. He is widely known thruout the state for his service in the Iowa house during four regular and two extra legislative sessions. Mentioned as a suitable running mate for Lovrien has been State Senator Fred C. Nelson, Nevada, aa candidate for lieutenant governor. Nelson, representing. Wfce Boone-gtory district*, has been a leader in the tssembly on agricultural legislation. In southern Iowa Ottumwa's Mayor Ed Manning already appears to have accumulated a following desirous of seeing him in the governor's chair. A number of republican, followers p.lso already have conceded the nomination next spring to Robert Col flesh, _>es Moines, present federal district . attorney for the southern Iowa area, , . Colflesh will be assured of a strong American Legion vote as he Is a past state commander and also lias participated in national councils of the organization. Two of Iowa's former governors, X. E. Kendall. Albia. and Dan W. Turner, Corning, have been approached on the idea of candidacy, according to reports. Both have been non-conimHtaL , Former Governor Turner also has been mentioned as a possible congressional candidate" against Democratic Cor-pressman Otha D. Wearin, Hastings. Haircut Is Grim Symbol of Doom I A striking- contrast study is given in the two sets of Tpictures shown here of David Lamson, Stanford university press executive, facing death by.hanging Dec. 15 for wife murder: Above is Lamsan as he appeared in rogues' gallery pictures taken by Santa Clara, Calif., authorities: Below is the stark change effected when he was given a prison haircut. . Special to the Tribune-Times. WILLIAMS — The Rev. Chas.B. Driver of Williams, a past master of the fraternity, delivered an ^illustrated .lecture on the subject' "Old Glory," at a meeting of the Craft- ineri's Circle, Masonic study and fellowship group,,,held .in the hall of Alamo lodge, NO, 54? last Thursday evening. The history of the flag, from its earliest conception in America down to the flag we now know and rsspect was related,and pictures of the various flags used in America at different "la^es as4 period? wercf shown, on-the screen. • . H. H. Gerber, o£ -Vv Jliiams, president of the Craftmen's Circle, presided at tlat organization's business session, with the group secretary. Merlin E. Willia'ms, of Jewell, recording its, proceedings and making necessary reports to be forwarded to the Iowa grand lodge. The next meeting "of the Craft- men's Circle will be held at Alden, November 2, with L. W. Schalk of Alden, a district lecturer,.scheduled to be in charge of the school of instruction. American Labor Votes a Boycott Against Germany WASHINGTON <U.R>— The American Federation or Labor Friday declared a boycott against goods made in Germany and in other countries whose governments have opposed free trade union organization. The boycott, originally planned for Germany alone, was extended to other countries when the federation's resolutions committee reported its belief that it would be "un- vise" to single out. one government. Discussion of the boycott center, rd entirely on the German situation. The boycott, was voted with only one dissenting vote among the GOO delegates. «N Troops Enforce Martial LaW in Strike Territory SULLIVAN, Ind., <F.n>—\ grana jury investigation into disorders in Sullivan county coal fields was conducted Friday while three com- jianies of national guardsmen enforced martial law thruout the county. The courthouse square was clcar- '•'1 of all automobiles and guardsmen were stationed at all entrances 10 ihe courthouse. Two other com- I'anios of militia were stationed at ml ° ea in the county. ' ne Jury was charged spccUical- inn?,J«! es ! lKatei «lH°Blon of two ? Pp.n L^ n ' Kllt nml th ^ dORl'l or T-rank Stadlcr. who wa H r.,n down hy an automobile during a fight '''tween nnfon plrkHH and non-union employe,, »- , ho 8tlMV burn LINDBERGH PLANS VISIT TO PARIS PARIS, (HE>—It wag reported authoritatively Friday that Coli and Mrs. Charles A. Lindbergh would visit Paris eoon but with fcvery pre- cautic to assure strict privacy. Th« first time LJndbergh visited Paris he was greeted by 100,000 Erenchrfiea- It was tie Anight in May, 1927, when he completed his solo flight from New York. Disguise Fails to Fool Newspapermen ', LONDON, OJB—Col. Charles A. Lindbergh, disguised in a big cloth cap and dark glasses in an unsuccessful effort to avoid attention, toured Croydon airdrome arid inspected a new 42-seat passenger liner, the Daily Mail reported Friday. Lindbergh, the Mail said, discussed the big plane in detail and then, talked. with officials about a northern-Atlantic air rotfte. During the aviator's visit, > some of those at the field penetrated Lindbergh''s disguise, the newspaper said, and he was soon besieged by admirers. He left by automobile for an unannounced destination. Winkler's Funeral Held in St. Louis ST. LOUIS <O) — Relatives of Gus Winkler, the late Chicago gangster executed a Friday the thirteenth maneuver Jt'riday-which completely ontwiited St. Louis police and newsmen ordered to watch his scheduled funeral here at 10 a. m. Arising about 6 a. m. the family went to the funeral parlors and ordered services at S a. m. Wiakler who died under fusillade of shot gun slugs last Monday in Chicago began his career of the underworld in St. Louis. Baby Is Victim of ' Strange Accident WELDON <CJ>) — Funeral services were planned Friday for John McClary, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Basil McClary, who was burned to death wten a celluloid comb the child carried in its mouth exploded. The baby was crawling with the comb, which came in contact with a red hot stove. Mrs-. McClary found the child in flames'. KELLEY is a simple, but effective, street dress Hint can be marie up In lightweight, iwcotl. satin or velvet. U is designpd in tivo sizes: 31. 13, 15, 17 and 19, \vlih corrcspondin.c Ituftt mrnmres of 23. 111. ::S, ?s and 37., Size 33 requires 5\i yor.ls of 09'inoh material. The tic of ribbon, % y«nl. • To secure a puitcrn ini.l simple flowing chart of tin's model, tear out this sketch ar,« mnil j< ( 0 .Inlin Moj-d, Id:! Park Avenue, New York, N. Y.. together with 1.1 cents in coin, lio sum to enclose, on n sepnrnte Khoot of pancni your nnnw, full address, your xlzo. Hie number of thlv t>n(.tern (No. 220Sx). nr.d mrution tbo n;unr of till* iiC'v,.pnp«r. yoiu i>nvcio|,«t tn .snlm H>\vci. Amos Tribunc-Tttu.:a w i'<uk Avc.ntiu, Ni; Special tc tht Tribune-Tlmeis. KJBLJLfiY, Oct 10 — Frank Martin and family, of Madrid, with Mr. and Mr». A. J. Jar went to Albion Sunday and attended a reception given for Mr. and Mrs. Hof, who** marrl»(?« too* place Ust June, but recently announced. Mrs. Hof la a niece of Mr». Jay's. Mrs. Raymond 'dyrelie, of DOWB, is vielUng at the home of Mr. *o»d Mrs. Harry Gaulk« since last Tues day and expects to remain over the days during *he community fair. Mr. and Mrs. George Baldus, of Story City, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Man- (5U8. The Rev. Allen Jay, of Clemons, will fill the pulpit at the Congregational church the coming Sunday morning and evening in the absence of the local pas.tor, the Rev. Clarence Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Warney Fuller vls : Red their granddaughter, Norms Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Jottes of near State Center, at the St. Thomas hospital in Mar- shalltowh Monday afternoon. The little girl has been quite 111 syffer- ing with -complications and heart trouble. Mrs. Fuller relnaiiied af the home of her daughter for a few days. • * . ' A number of women members of the Lutheran church attended the Women's Federation of the Story City circuit of that church at Jewell last Tuesday. Those who attended -were Mrs. L. W. Johnston, Mrs. Martha Brenning, Mrs. Herman Holland, Mrs. Rhinerf Holland, Mrs. Randall Thompson, Mrs. R. R. Richardson, Mrs. Jeffrey Richardson, Mrs. serene Johnston and Mrs. Oscar Pierson. • •: -, Mrs. Emma Anderson, Mr. - and Mrs. Francis Anderson and two children, of Boone, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Holm, of Brunswick, Nebr., were guests. Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Andenpn. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Carr, Mr. and Mrs. Will ROBS and Mr. and Mrs. Jaines Mangus spent Sunday af the Court Evans home in Leon Sunday. They, returned to their home that evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Butler and two children, Mrs. George Butler/of Savannah, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. George Starr spent Sunday visiting relatives of Mr. Butler in Marshalltown: Mrs. George Butler remained for a further visit. Fred McCollough, of Des Moines, and Mrs. Grace Suddard, Miss Ida Van Horn with.their servant, Iwata, of Chicago, visited at the Edwio Holland, home and attended the play given by local talent here Friday evening. In returning to Des Moines that night they met with what might have been - a serious accident. A large, truck, is passing them near the'track north of the city limits of Des Moines. crowded them and while/passing, a case of bottles fell from the truck into the car by the'tirirers seat Fortunately no one was injured. COUNCIL -»EOCEEDINGS 1-^— .-- Ames, Iowa September 5, 1933 Council met in regular session. Members pre»cnt: Mayor, F. H Schleiter; Council men; Palmer. Pose, Coykendall. and Swank.. Bills were approved. The- City, Manager was instructed to advertue for bids for Storm Sewer on Thirteenth St., and for Sewage treatment plant; bids to be received Sept. 21. Aftjourned. A. B. MAXWELL City Clerk F. tt; SCHLE1TEK Mayor ELECTRIC D-EPARTMBNT E Drake labor ; $ L. Stark, lalary....; "". Mrs. Eschcrich, compensation A. B.-Maiwcll, salary,__ J. Ames, salary.! A. Ball, salary H~ J. Horner, salary W. Lawson, salary I_ A. Beach, salary J. Stahiman, salary C La Valley, salary ". _ E. Welke, salary.__ ; S. Hejnstreet, aalary .„.„ J. Mannschreck, salary.- _• W. Hutchens, salary___i , ; E. Erickson, salary J. Kelso. salary.: ^ . J. Haverty, salary R. Cut, salary ; •_ S. Dearingcr, salary: -j, F. Shockley, salary :„ E. Childs, salary . I 1 A St'arman, salary L. Newhard, salary T QiBb, salary : 6.00 37.50 56.00 58.34 150.00 100.00 70."00 70.00 70.00 70.84 65.84 65.84 65.84 65.84 58.34 50.00 79.17 40.00 91.67 62.50 65.84 63.34 47.50 47.50 75.00 42.50 219.60 22.40 81.20 70.20 74.93 70.85 74.10 59.50 62.40 62.40 57.6. 1 L. Briley, salary U: S. Post Office, envelopes V. Reddy, labor G. Zimmerman, labor G. Bates, labor. R. Holts, labot _ D. McCoy, labor.: N. Graves, labor ".!."..! H. Davis, labor E. Hewitt, labor. _ E. DeVore, labor L. Crippen, labor _ 3 Ft. D. D. M. Bt S. R. R. Co.. freight 565.19 J. Ames, working fund 28.66 Water Dep't., labor _. 3.25 Water Dep't., water L 198.94 Milepost, bills 37 00 Tribune Publ. Co., claims U.45 Yates Oil Co., gasoline 137.55 Christensen Hdwe. Co.. supplies _ , 59.75 Ames Bldg. Material Co.. supplies— _ 35.70 Iowa Elec. Light & Power Cogas 3.36 bcandia Coal Co., coal 1,952.96 Dragoun Transfer Co., supplies..., 4.25 C. RotSersojj, supplies 2.25 Holcomb Mfg. Co.,.supplies.... 12.00 Addressograph Sales Agency. supplies _ 7.30 Reynolds fls Iversen. supplies 18.65 Anderson Print Shop, supplies 14.00 Christensen Hdwe Co., supplies 5.10 fiesl Electric Co., supplies 42.32 Anchor Packing Co., supplies 17.44 Brown-Camp Hdwe Co., sup- plits 44.21 Crandall Picking Co., supplies .'. 11.75 Chicago Tube <h Iron C«,, supplies 20.38 Consolidated Ashcroft Hancock Co., supplies 7.45 Continental Diamond Fibre Co., supplies 3.67 Duncan Llectric Mfg. Co.. supplies 15.78 Des Moines Sanitary Supply Co., supplies 96.50 Jlcctric Supply Co., supplies 27.74 Globe Mch. & Supply Co.. supplies „•: 27-72 Great Stuff Products Co.. supplies 7.00 jcnersl Electric Supply Corp. supplies 301.52 owa Mch. & Supply Co., supplies 84.90 -:nc Material Co., supplies.... 84 86 Standard Oil Co., supplies. ... 41.32 Sangamo Electric Co.. supplies 50.9.1 P. Purin Co., supplies 36J.45 Jehling Instrument Co., supplies 8.32 fun Meter Co., supplies 66.57 West'inghou*e Elec. Supply Co., supplies 26.62 WATER DEPARTMENT ». C»r*y. labor $ 9-60 , Hunnffi, labor S>,fcO f , Lemnjvvell, labor t. Webb, UKir.. t. D.-an, lahf." . . *. fltayiM. l»t,/>r.... U. Clap[>, lull or *&<> • OFFICIAL F. JCaiup««, labor ...... _____ ,_.„ H. Meaenbrink. labor.-. _________ C. Swanson. labor _______ L W«bb. labor.^ __ t . WhJtlash. labor. __ . Tesdall, labor ______ i E. Scott. l«bw. ______ R. Bekard, labor. ...... R. Allen, labor ______ H. Clouser, labor _____ ». Harrison, labor__ J. Lewis, labor ..... ____ A Swanson, labor ____ *. Warren, labor....__ J. Buck-man, labor. ____ r. G/een, labor _ O. Mallory, lafcw. ____ '. C. McCarthy, salary ___ F. Downs, •alary........ C. Alexander, salary., A. Lawson, salary ...... R. Wilcox. salary ___ M. Rew, salary ____ „_ __ „„_ J. Wilcox, salary,. ___ ..._ __ _».„ A Radtke, salary....^. t .«_Ji__ L. Woodruff, salary.,. __ _ -O, Moore, salary.. ______ ™_ U. S. Post Office envelope*.H. Del* more, labor-.. ___ _____ —L. Veach, labor ....... _ ____ . ___ . J. Vogt, labor ..... ___ . ___ .+ ____ _ J. Sharp, labor. _____ _ ________ „ ___ W. Hvssong, labor. _____ .-._— F. Peterson, !abor» ._._„..—... V. Reddy, labor ______ , .W .Perry, labor C. Sampson, O, , _, C. Snndvig, labor. _ _ C: Blsselli labor. ____ L. De Hoet, labor G. Keenan, labor™.. A. Bappe, labor M. Alexander, Iab6r_*_,__ F. Batman, labor.__.._.._..___ P. DeHart, labor. . A, Sundall, labor ______ Marblehead Lime Co.. line— D. Bennett, labor ..._.._____ E. Briggs, labor _..—.. O. Elliott, labor _._ » A. Jones, labor....!_..„._„ '. F/ Warren, labor..; ______ A. Wierson, labor._i, :_—. 0. Moore, salary ,Ames Machine Shop, suppliet L. Ray, labor . .T. T. Mosness, labor.. . C. Moore, labor ._..... J. Ames, working fund.......— Electric Department, pump water Electric Dep't., supplies .—._ Layne North Central Co- pump '__.„__.:_— Tribune Publ. Co., council proceedings _„-__J—.—.Dr. Bush, services..—; ...— Gilchrist Coal fc Peed Co.. coe.1 ....... .. .._ .— Allen Motor Co., repair*—— Chrittcnscn Hdwe. Co., supplies _„____*._ Des Moines Steel Co., supplies Electric Equipment Co., tup- plies , „ ... Industrial Chemical Sales Co., supplies . ~- ~-- -~ Layne North Central . Co... supplies J . ,_~ .Neptune Meter Co., supplie*,' Sargtnt & Co., supplies.. 11.0 11.0 9.0 *.» 9.9 ».* 9.6 9.6 .. *.* 9.2 65.0 50.9 91.6 5J.3 70-0 65.0 3«.3 70.0 .47.S 37.5 109.1 44.* 6.4 4.1 4.0 4.0 $.6 2J.4 47.7 47.J 44.1 23.8 16,3 6.4 9.6 5.2 39.0 56.0 12.4 9,6 74.0 9.6 9.6 9.6 9.6 9.6 9.6 6.0 4.0 11.0 ' 9.6 9.6 154.0 S45.9 20.4 ... ,201.1 7.1 17.0 3.3 1.4 S9.5 7.7 11.4 Z -'tSO.3 27.1 90.5 22.5 GENERAL BUDOBT FUND L. Fsrber, labor _; .-$ C. Miller, labor :—, At Kutter, labor. .-. E. McKenna, labor._..__i__.™ A. Ol»on, labor._;..^...i... : T/ Miller, labor...... i ._.. F' Schlettrt, salary ._...A. B. Maxwell, salary i— J. Amei, salary.... ; . C. Aplin, salary .„ ___. R. Nichol, salary . C. McCarthy, salary. : W. Webb, jalary. _ W.~ Hastong, salary. ._ F. Downs, salary.. . __, T. Cody, salary _. . M Wlllisms, s»larr._^^ „._ W Ciore, salary „ _, . E. Jones, salary . 0. Cox, salary., i. . J Goosman, salary^ ^ J Behling, salary . „'_"„' F. Bender, salary . „__ H. Jones, salary ..-I..,..™ '. 1. Sogard, salary.. ...i.±_.._ I. Sogard, reporter... ;... ;..:_ W. Sharp, salary ; _ M. Wyett, labor ; .:._ O. llirashcr,- labor-.- __!. L. Veach, labor ; , J. -Vogt,.labor..! « _...... . J. Sharp, labor_.- .*._. j.«. F. Petenon.'labor..... .;..... W. Hussong, labor. .'..„ .....' H. Lee, Ubcr_ • Wr Peterson, labor W. 'Foster, labor,^ ; .- ;... M. Strain, labor:_ H. Woodardj labor •. !„.. A. Bappe. labors., ^.. M. Alexander, labor.; J. Woodward, labor. . F. Langford, labor. ._ E. .We'll, labor. ...._ J; :Dodds, delegate.-......,. Tribune Publ. Co., publ "ord. Tribune Publ. .Co., publ. ord. Tribune Publ. Co., council proceedings.: ; „ Tribune Publ. Co., supplies.... B.. Atchley, services—^...,;. _„. Morris Service Sta., repairs.... Christtnsen Hdwe.. Co.,-supplies. ; ; _. -^ Reynolds & Iversen, supplies Puritan Cafe, supplies.^ : .„'. Dr. Bush, examinations... „ J. Ames, working fund Water Dep't., labor. Electric Dep't., supplies Holcomb Mfg. Co., supplies... C. Roberson, supplies Globe* Mch. & Supply Co., repairs. .-...: „ •_ Neenah Foundry Co., sup;. plies. .. Carpenter Paper Co., rup- 19.2 9.1 14.2 9.2 11. 2< 44..I 22.5 62.5 37.5 25.0 45.0 41.6 70.0 20.0 25.6 56.6 47.S 102.5 70;8 70.8 69,1 65. « 46.6 33.7 6S.Q U.O 62.5 79".3i 76;0 37. -6* 36.01 37.6^ 52.00 9-uC 19.20 9.60 9.60 46.00 21.00 23.50 17:60 1.60 1.60 26.05 4.30 25.92 31 5 15.25 2.50 3.25 3.00 2.60 12.00 6.00 7.38 3.00 83.07 9.60 35.78 36.57 17.00 20.00 1.00 7.56 9.10 24.00 5-00 1.40 16.00 35-00 53.34 37.50 45.8 C. Roberion, repairs..: — Highway Comm., supplies... Standard Oil Co., supplies West Disinfecting Co., supplies . ' Hale Specialty Co.,,supplies.. Reynolds & Iversen, supplies Andersen Print Shop, supplies Reynolds & Iversen, supplie* SANITATION FUND J. Kline, salary _ 5. H. Mattingly, salary. _ G. Smith, salary _ _ FIRE MAINTENANCE FUND A. Graves, salary $ 50.0( t,. Morris, salary.... 87.51 S. Long, salary. 71.6! B. Horsley, saU'ry 70.00 8. Graves, salary - 68.3 ju.' Berry, salary „ 64.1 B. Lodden, salary 62.50 E. Quade, salary ', _ 50.00 G. Butler, salary - 50.0C Ames Laundry, laundry 6.78 Ames Storage Battery Co., truck service... :-. 4.0C F. Theis, supplies 2.10 Morris Service Sta., supplies.. 3.15 CEMETERY FUND J. Likely, salary..., $ 70.00 A. Sheahan, salary 45.84 R. Gerdes, labor:. —.. 40.0( Electric Dep't., gasoline 6s oil 1-8S C. Roberson. supplier. 2.00 MUNICIPAL BAND FUND R. Day. junior band $• 50.00 Ames, Iowa September 18, 1933 No meeting was held on account ol a quorum not being present. Members present were: Mayor F. H. Schleiter; Councilman: Dodds and Pose. Bills were audited by the Finance committee. Adjourned to Thursday, September 21, 7:30. p.m. A. B. MAXWELL City Clerk F. H. SCHLEITER Mayor ELECTRIC DEPARTMENT Collector Internal Revenue, tax on electricity. S 378.83 A. B. Maxwell, salary.- 58.34 J. Ames, salary 150.00 A. Bnll, salary 100.00 J. Horner, salary 70.00 W. Lawson, salary.. 70.00 A. Beach, salary 70.00 J. Stahlman, salary 70,84 C. La Valley, salary 6S.84 E. Welke. salary 65.84 S. Hematreet, salary 65.84 J. Mannschreck, salary 65.84 W. Hutchens. salary 58.34 E. Erickson, salary 50.00 J. Kelso, salary 79.17 J- Haverly, salary 40.(,0 R. Cue, salary Q 1.67 S. Dearinger, salary.- 62.50 F Shockley, salary 65.84 K. Childs, salary «3.34 A. Siarrrmn, salary 47.50 L. Newhard, salary *7-SO T. Glbb, salary »-00 L. Briley, salary.. «*-Sft L. Stark, salary -17.40 E. DeVoire, salary 60.00 Q. Zimmerman, labor 76.15 g. Bates, labor '*•*« R. Holts, labor 11.00 W. Honpins. labor 81.60 D McCoy, labor '«.<« v. ««<l ( !v, l«hor ''''.00 ". D»vis, labor *?^0 OFFICIAL E. H.witt. labw.... A. Minott, labor___.... N. Graves, labor 1- Crippen, labor.. J. Ames, working fund „. Bell Telephose Co.. pho»e... Ames Clc.m T«wcl S*rvle«. • uppjies _.„. . _. _ Dabl Tir« t»op, repalrt Highway ComamiMio*. repair* Contiatntal Oil Co.. suppJie* Parrott k Soas. avppiivs Tr.bune PubJ. Co., coumcil $7.10 It.SO 52.10 32.M 1 1 2.94 25,11 1.5t 13.2T 1.7t proceeding*. „.. O. D. M. it a. R. R.. freight G. Puffttt, supplies. „__ Carr Hdwe. Co.. aupplie*. Munn Lumber Co.. •uppliee.- H. Barne*. supplies.... Anderson Print Shop, aupplia* 9.5* 484.92 1.50 17.»S 9*.St It.Sft WATER D1PARTMENT Christensen, labor.. Down*, labor— Blair, labor____. Oravitt. labor. Knutson, labor Speers, labor— Kilmer, lahor T Haugen. tabor _. AndersoB, l*bor_— WiersoB, labor.._._. Fisbtr, lakor. Hick*, labor Htlgesoa; labor—. Martiq. labor., Hanson, l«bor.._ McCarthy, lalary.. Down*, »alary_ Alexander, (alary**a w*oa,-*a|arj Wilcoi, »al»ry. -Rew, salary.... Wi!coi, salary Radeke, aalary « Woodruff, salary__ Flathers, lab«r__. Fisher, labor HOag, labor___ Nsal, labor,... •Hills, labor.. ..___ Keigley, labor Lee, labor....... Mead, labor ;. Binell, labor Sandvig, labor. Sandvig, labor Sampson; labor Perry. labor ._ Veachj labor..: _._-___ Sharp, tabor ..._ ..__..... Anderson tabor J; Batman, labor. __, Alexander, labor..-..;....—_ DeHart. labor i Bappe, labor.. _..„ _,„_ Reddy, labor. :.;..,.„, ... MO 9.60 9.«« 6.40 ».«» 9.«t 9.i« 9.«0 9.iO 11.0* 9.10 9.*0 •.•0 9.*30 9.6» •5.90 50,00 91,07 J0.34 70.00 §5,00 31,34 70.06 47.50 9.80 9.00 9.00 9.60 9.*0 10,80 iMoi tJ.«S u;oo 14.00 28-. dO 31.50 21.00 4.0(0 4.00 1 SO 40.00 29.25 . 13.20 5;Jfl • li.OO OFFICIAL PUBLICATION H. Delasaore, lahor 41.00 A. Warraa, l«b«r....___.____._ 11 00 O. Cuaaajiaas. labor _. 11.00 C. Lewi*, labor. .._„„__ _. 11.90 K. Beaaett, labor _., 9.*0 J, Shockley, labor :..____ 9.*0 C Sfcockley. labor. 9.60 J, Asaei working fund ^... 1.63 Trlbvae Publ. Co.. couacil prece«diBg»._._ ____ 15.47 Ben teleakoae Co., phoae •••rice . 25 11 Parrott Is loai, supplle* „• 9.3$ O. Pufett. luaplies ^_ 10.23 Carr Hdwe. Co.. supplie*. 4.32 OIHXRALBUDOBT M. Strain, !abor_ ,W. Potter, labor.. C. Craig, j. *«Ui*M t labor F. BcUtiter, salary A. B, Maxwell, salary,... J. A BH«, a-lafy -,__i, »alary._ Wlcboi. talary........ -(cCartay, salary. i W«ob, aalary W. Husiaag, *alary_ t. Dawas, *alary...._ T. Cody, lalary _._ M, William*, ealary.. W. Cure, ialary ^ >. Joaei, salary^ O. Cox, salary J. GooeaiaB) *alary, J. Bealiag. aelary. P. Beader. salary. . Beader, (alary.. H. lo.,., W. . . W, Pctertoa, labor™ F. Copeland. labor. O. Hay worth, labor— J, Beating, salary.. J. Oootm.n. *alary_W. Sharp, taltry „_. _ W, Cure, convention expense M. jLouthran. «teiio..™___i~.. «. Morris, police work__. M Wyett. labor ....... O. Thrasher, labor^.. , r ....i . F. Peterson, lahot-... , , , U VeacJi.- Uhor ,. ; .__^_ J. V.oit, labor , >i labor.. , tabor _. M. AUmandcr, labor-... P DeHart, labor.... A.. Bappe, labor __™»._ H. Woodard, labor. ,„ . C. Bttitll, labor.... ^ . „ C. Sandvif, labor._.. O.-Sand vis, labor... C. lampion, labor._, W, Perry, labor.'. : ; _ J. Woodward, labor.. 3.20 3.20 9.60 9.80 22.50 «a so 37.50 2S.QO 45.00 41.67 Tt.OO 20.00 31.00 56,67 47.SO 102.50 70.84 70.«4 6*. 17 65.S4 49.67 33.75 27.90 3i;40 41.00 9.80 1.00 2.50 2 50 62.50 12.90 4.05 14,00 «J.60 70.40 44.00 4fl 00 44.00 40,00 S2.00 14,00 18.80 5.20 44.60 2.00 2.00 12.00 12.00 14,00 32.4C OFFICIAL C. »t»oa«, lafrar., A. BaUard. labor ___ ^^. ..... W Mia««, labof ...... ZIZI! ____ A. Tripp, tabor. ----- „ ................ Tribune PuM, Co., council U.M *.«• ... ........... .. .......... J. AiBft. cwnveaUoB C*P*«M J. AatM, w«raJM fua4...».. ...... City Tatl It Supply Co.. ra. . , ------ OabJ Tirt Shop, repaln ........ _ Io*a Culvtrt ft Pip* Co., cut- VtrU™... ____ ...... ____ ..„ ____ ^ Muao Limber Co.. lupptici.. Little Br«., r««e w bo»dt....._ Bell Teltpboae Co., pbooei __ Can Mdw«. Co., «uppli««. ---Carr Hdwt. Co., lupplica. _____ Bell Tcltphoft* Co.. phoati.. SANITATION J. Kline, ialary.._.. u ^^ H HaUimely, talary. O. Smith, talary. FUND ______ • >*.•* P 36.34 19.lt J4.I« 1.50 39.3 A !.*• 19.00 39.35 4.95 13.50 12.68 53.34 37.50 45.84 ^ MAINTBNANCE FUND L". Morrit, ««lary.... S. Loot, talary. — O. Hor»Uy v ialary. B. Oravei, ialary L. Berry, ialary B. Loddea, — Quade, salary—.__ Q. Butler, salary A. Grave*, salary_ G; Butler, *alary..-_ K. Quade, salary.. ,...._—_. Bell Telephone Co., phones- Bell Telephoht Co., phones.. Bell Telephone Co., phones.. CEMETERY FUND J. Likely, *alary._^ ___$ A. Sheahan. salary_____._^— R: Qerdes, labor. i J. Likely, convention expense 87.50 71.67 79.00 68.34 64.17 62.50 50.00 50.00 50.00 12.50 12.50 4.2S 6.75 4.00 70.04 45.84 40.00 7.2S Anlti, Iowa September 21, 1933 Council met in adjourned aeiiioa puriuant to advertiiement for bidi for Storm Sewer and Sewaie diipoial Plant Addition. Memberi present! Msyor, F. R, Schlclter; Council men' Doddi, Swank; roac, and MCI.'O*!*!'* Bidi filed were opened'and read and turned over to Engineering Depart* ment for final checking. The City Manager was authorised to arrange for right-o-f-way for Thirv teenth Street Storm Sewer exteniion. Taxei were recommeaded «u«pended for R. X. L. Bourland, Mrt. Mary J. Wil'ion, and Myra Kingibury. Adjourned. A. B. MAXWELL City Clerk F. H.SCHLKITER Mayor Ten Years of SERVICE to the Motoring Public! Qn October firtt, after having carefully investigated all modern motor fuels we chose Pure Oil Company products. We recommend Purol-Pep Gasoline and Tiolene Motor Oil to our many friends and customers. We guarantee a superior quality, better performance, and a more economical operating cost. We ask you to depend on our judgment gained from ten years of serving the Ames motorist. M.FALL Pure Oil Products (Wholesale and Retail.) 13th and Grand of Holstein Cattle, will be Held at our farm one-half mile west and two miles north of Gilbert, Iowa, on Oct. 17 BEGINNING AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP 9 Good Holstein Dairy Cows Seven in milk. All carry the KPOP blood of the famous Hargrove and Arnold herd. Cow Testing Association records can be furnished for most of them. 10 Holstein Heifers Eight bred, some heavy spring- Unusually large growthy ers. individuals, also strong in K POP blood. Cow Testing Ass'ri records can be furnished for the dams of these heifers. 2 Yearling Holstien Bulls Both sired by Sir Pansy Alexina whose seven nearest dams average 1163 Ibs of butter and 23,355 Ibs. of milk, and whose dam topped the recent Hargrove and Arnold sale at $1600.00. They are the progeny of this unusual sire and 500 Ib. B.F. dams. Two of the heifers are also from this sire. Three cross-bred Angus Calves, six months old and thrifty TERMS- Oaah, or'make arrangements with your banker M.C. James & Sons 0. 0. H-OHLAKD, Auct. H. R. MAETIff, Clerk

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