Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on October 16, 1933 · Page 8
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Ames, Iowa
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Monday, October 16, 1933
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unii WJLY WWM. MOVDAT, OCTOBXB if 1133. Tuesday Luncheon Navy'Bean Soup Braised Small Steak Swiss style J5c Baked Spare-Ribs with 4r«sslng 35c Baked Virginia Ham with Strained Honey 35c Hot Rolls—Wblpp«<l Potatoes Steamed Spinach or Buttered Lima Beans Waldorf Salad Bread Pudding with Vanilla Sauce Coffee—Tea-—Milk C. L. Dixon Drugs Inc. 4—Strayed, U*t, ftawnd DIAMOND RING IX platinum mounting. Reward. Mrs. C. M- Morgan. Phone 094. WANTED: GENERAL HOUSE work of all feints Gooa clean work cuanntted.' Both uptown and fourth ward. Call 2034. K! ES AND HIS FRIENDS A Surprise! EXPERIENCED GIRL WANTS general housework. References. Phone 61F3. E utoinoMlca, Trucks for Sale WE NEED USED CARS SEE JUS at once for trades on NEW PLYMOUTHS DODGES AND OLDSMOBILES Open Evenings W. H. Nutty Garage Plymouth - Dodge ..- Oldsmobile Chevrolet Fleaters We have received our first shipment of the new Chevrolet Hot Water Heaters—2 alzes. Let us put yours on before the rush starts. Allen Motor Co. Chevrolet Dealers 395 Phone 5th & Douglas We Pay Cash, for Light Used Cars '31 Buick DeLuxe Coupe ?495 '30 Pontiac Sedan, like new —$295 '30 Plymouth Sedan — $225 Max Duitch Auto Ex. COAL IS COAL —But there is a difference. All Iowa coal is not good fuel. Iowa coal to be fit for u*« must be well prepared, free from stone, slate and dirt. We have it. Graded and !sized over picking tables and I shaker screens. Our men are de- jpendable. Gilchrist Coal & Feed Company BMC MU.FOQO' is A MILFOttD soy MM, THE PliLD 8SHH0600O '© - * r OEAN roomie ^sgga* i 4* /orw«<lpM*iAMMn4biiMtiMiMiuqr«» MB «i* At idt. Art dity ifcwU to fe Wl nte *M *» tpWNI MONVCC WCMMCC If *<y«nuv« HMD make* a tnit rifcApt to Ul liit M down and in th» w*y twnpt Ac t Mem y. hit •Ok™ *t pfcrfmnce. However, ihouU he deJy ibw kit intddrinf *ct»n* by tt*»ini»| on At §MIM VH Mfinptay lo pfWCflt Bit nCCIVIf fiw* lap* iMq rite aii foe • pw» I* Unnpinf kin MM lot fa*!?, he it fuiky W t fwl «id * MMW Wkmt afwut dcm foMkil. P«W*y for Ail action, « Iwtatal it left, poMewion of d»t bal by At offoiiive lew* rt the •p<X whttt the f«W wit cenuBJMeJ. POP Life's Darkest Moment! By Cowan- IOWA GOAL Benson's Lower Vein Also Ogden $2.75 and up. Foster Coal Co. Day Phone 2180-J, Nile Ph. 285fV COBS; LUTHER BEST COAL ?5.0G ton. Phone 627. ! DRY FIREPLACE AND FURNACE 1 wood for sale: Call 119L COAL: CALL 1392-W FOR IOWA coal. Hennick Coal Co. COBS > AND ' 699-L. W. WOOD. PHONE •4—Household O*od. New Bags and Cases in fibre and steel. All sizes 98cto$3.50 ! New Gladstone bags, $5.50 to J12.50 Walsh Futti. & Hdwe. Phone 685 7—Aoto Bepalm JKGR SALE: DRESSER AND BED stearl. Phone' 1718. Ready for Winter? Let us prepare your car for \vin- ter driving. Easy shift for transmission. Northland Special winter oil, Arvin and Tropic Air heaters, Prestone and alcohol. Just received car load of alcohol. Price 59o per gal. (in your container). Mathison Motor Co. For(* Sales & Service Apparel VUu vt, SJitiN THE REST—BUT not the best! See ttiis new foundation garment. The Blocher- Rite Korsette. -Made to your measure, improved lacing. See it yourself. Call Mrs. N. F. Pfunder, 2096-J. 507 "ortbwestern. 8—Auto Parts, 75~For Sale, Miscellaneous Have Us Prepare Your Gar For Winter Driving Heaters, Prestone, alcohol, antifreezes. Cliff Roberson Garage 412 Burnett ' Phone 34 CHRYSLER AND PLYMOUTH I 12—Beauty Henri* DON'T l SPOIiTl ; OUR~NATURTL facial expressions. Let us arch your eye brows u> suit the contours of your facr. The Primp Shop. Phone S09-W. ^ THE EGYPTIAN OIL PERWA- nect wave is a superior wave. Hedrick Comfort Shop. Phone 1252. NAIVETTE PERMANENTS. EVA Rae hair tints. Allcne's Beauty Shoppe. Phone 427. E , You May Be Quite a Lovely Person in your soiled and rumpled cloth* ing, BUT WHO CAN TELL THAT AT FIRST GLANCE? Keep your clothes looking as lovely as YOU really are. You'll find It much easier to make successful business and social contacts. PHONE 2S1 •Ames Pantorium Quality Cleaners 110 Douglas Phone 231 HEATING STOVE, CANDY OUT' Gt, floor polisher, couch', electric plate, electric blanket. 2057-W, G-REY, ALL WOOL, BOYS' SUIT, size 10. Call 2047. Wanted, WANTED Old gold and gold filled jewelry, 4 crowns, etc. Charles G. Ray JEWELER 230, Main St. witk Dixon Drug COPS Ace SEACCHKIG roc OIMMC"S OEIATIVES ALLEY OOP or couPW/tvcRC* * CAPRYW6 CHARGE OT A VtKSMWP 1*t iXXX) 00>NN THE WE EVER HAkVE HAD 1 . CANT BUY OOW LrtTLt TMCpE.TMERE Ooola Better Move Fast! By Hamlin •SHiE'S GOHEJ OH-OH/ TAKJN' HE&SELF A SWIM-DIDN'T EXPECT ME SACK DINOSAUR., EGGf MM-w-iif SWELL EATJN' TOO! OOOLA VHLL SURE GET A KICK OUTA THIS; 1U GIVE HER . A REAL SURPRISE; 6ETA FIRE G01N', AN 1 HAVE CHOW ALL READY FOR HER WHEN SHE , COMES OUT/ Today's Markets Prices bid by local dealer* No. 2 corn 21c Ear com 19c Oats — ..... .. .... ..lie I'D BETTER (HURRY INTO I /AY CLOTHES, / BEFORE HE \ COMES OUT \ LOOKING * SMOKE i I'LL BET ALLEY. HAS RETURNED.' WAKTEL TO BUY: FURNITDRE, rugs, stoves or what have you. Call 2338. WANTED TO BUY: PIANO IX good condition. Call 454 between S and 5. WANTED: 2493. VIOLIN. PHONE -BasUMM Serric* Offend] ! WANTED TO BUY: EAR CORN. Phone 371-J. n —Poultry foe- Sale POULTRY—DRESSED CHICKENS 1 Springs .16c p«r lb. Hens .... .1 15c " " No charge for dressing and delivery. Woodland Farms. Phone 435. GOOD SPRINGS, DRESSED AND delivered, 25c each. Phone 31F2. M—Booms Without Board Let Us Take Cafe of Your Glass Trouble Complete Auto Body Service Mfgrs. Awnings, Tents and Covers Ames Glass & Body Co PhoneJJ38-J—Main St., Ames; la.. 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 TWO SLE?:PING ROOMS. CLOSE to business section. 623 Crawford. SB—ApArtwenU, FlmU Have Your Furnace Cleaned NOW! Guaranteed work with our super service vacuum cleaner. Palmer Plumbing Co. 108 Hayward Ave. Phone 1091 Plumbing — Heating and Well Work PHONE 226 E. A. FO* "TJEW FURNACES Gen. furnace repair work. Furnaces vacuum cleaned. Eve trough work. I;. A. Gould 527-J 312 Main St. AMES GARBAGE co LEW COLE. Phons 2061. CALL 486-J . Apartments and houses, close to college, dean, eat. convenient, priced right. Chas. Miller, 132 Hayward Ave. ATTRACTIVE APTS., NEWLY decorated. Netv furniture. Heat, lights, water furnished. Close to campus. Sunset Apartments. Phone 1457-W. CLEAN APARTMENT FURNISH- ed or unfurnished. 4th ward. Phone 2147-W. UNFURNISHED 3 ROOMS KITCH- enette, bath and garage. 916 Douglas. FURNISHED APARTMENTS AND furnished dwelling. Phone 196 Little Brothers. TWO NICELY FURNISHED rooms and sleeping porch. 815 Burnett. Phone 1266-W. NEATLY FURNISHED THREE room apartment. Close In. Immediate possession. Ill Lincoln way. Wanted, Knnul« SMALL FURNISHED APART- nient. Outside entrance. 310 Lincoln way. FIRST FLOOR APARTMENT 21S 'Seventh. Phone 1767-W. FOR RENT: APARTMENT. 716 Fifth. FOR RENT: GOOD APARTMRNT Dr. P;t>ctor. Tribune. HOUSK '.'OX. YU'.) I!',"».M '.\f t ' M;;<).»V CmCAGO OLE)—Livestock: . • HOGS: 30,000, including 15,000 directs. Few sales lOc lower than Friday's. Average bidding, 15 to 25c lower. 170 to 250 Ibs., |4.90@ $5.00, top $5.00.. Tight lights, $4.90 down. Packing sows ?3.S5@|4.25. Light light, 140 to 160 Ibs.. good and choice, |4.50@$4.90; light : vt., 160/to 200 Ibs., good and choice, i4.75@?5.00; medium weight, 200 to 150 3bfi., good and choice, $4.85 @ $5.00; heavy weight, 250 to 350 ibs., good and choice, $4.25@$4.95;. packing sows, 275 to 550 Ibs., medium and good, $3.10 @ $4.25; slaughter pigs, 100 to 130 Ibs., good and choice, $3.30@$4.60. CATTLE: 25,000, calves 2,000. Barely enough done to make a mark-et except on Jight heifers and mixed earlings. Best heifers held at $6.40. Early top on medium weight steers, 16.35. Bidding 15 to 25c lower on weighty steers, 25c lower on light cattle. Largely fed steer run. 4,500 western grassers in run. All cows under pressure. Slaughter cattle and vealers: Steers, 550 to 900 Ibs., good and choice, |5.25@$6.50; 900' to 1100 Ibs., good and choice, $5.00@$6.50; 1100 to 1300 Ibs., good and choice, $5.00@,fg.50; 1300 to 1500 Ibs.. good and choice, 35.25 @ $6.50; . 550 to 1300 Ibs., common and , medium, S3.00@$5.25. Heifers, 550 to 750 Ibs., good and choice $5.-25@$6.50; common and medium, $3.00@$5.25. Cows, good, $2.75@$4.00; common and medium, $1.75@?2.75; low cutter and cutter, $1.10@$1.75. Bulls (yearlings excluded) good (beef) $3.00@$3.50; cutter, common and medium, $2.00@S3.10. Vealers, good and choice, $5.50@$7.23; medium, §4.50@$5.50; cull and common, $3.50@$4.50. Stocker and feeder cattle: Steers, 500 to 1050 Ibs., good and choice, $4.00 @ $5.25; common and raediumm, $2.50@S4.00.' SHEEP: 25,000. Fat lambs, ua- deftone 25 to 50c lower. Talking around $6.25 on desirable natives. Best held above J6.50. Sheep steady. 0 Feeding lambs little change, demand active. Slaughter sheep and lambs: Lambs, 90 Ibs. down, good and choice, $5.75@$6.75; common and medium $4.00@$6.00. Ewes. 90 to 150 Ibs., good and choice, $1.50 <g?$2.65; all wts.. common and medium, $LOO@$2.00. Feeding lambs, 50 to 75 Ibs., good and choice, $6.00 @$6.60. - , CHICAGO (HP.)—Grain range: Open High Low Close WHEAT: 80% 73% 73% 78% 93—Houses for Sale FOR SALE OR TEADE: NEW house. Six rooms^ Phone 1646-J. FOR RENT: DUPLEX. THREE bedrooms. 4th ward. $1S. Phone 1752-J. . 94—House* for 'OK KENT: HOUSE. FURN'ISHED or unfurnished Call 486-J= FOR RENT: SEVEN* ROOM MOD- ern house. Close in. Phone 1786-W. FURNISHED COTTAGE. ALSO lower apartment, $20. 2057-W. NEW FIVE ROOM BUNGALOW on Harding avenug._2392-W. SO—Wanted to Buy., House U'AXT TO bt.'Y; RESIDENCE OR acreage in or adjoining Ames. Owners please answer. Clyde Fu}- IPI-. Lake City. Iowa. iioa—To Real Est«t .N. II- TO HATR KlVK mom bungalow in Atues for im- piovcd acrcajo. Address Box 435, Amc.s, Iowa. May 77% July 76% Dec. 74% CORN: May 46 July 4S % Dec. 38 V, OATS: May 32 July 31 Dec. 28% RYE: May 56 July - 53 Dec. 49 BARLEY: May 50% July Dec. 44% 72 76% 69% 69% 49 44% 4S .$4.40 Cream, sweet 25%c Cream, wnir 24 %c Eggs, No. 1 , i9c Eggs, No. 2 15c Heavy hens, 4% Ibs. and up 7c Heavy hens under 4% Ibs 5c Heavy breed springs, 4 Ibs. and over .... i* Heavy breed springs under 4 Ibs. 6c Leghorn springs 5c Leghorn hens ,...-....5c All cox 3c "All I want 7.7 an audience," xayx Ahnee Setnple McPherton lluttw. That's why shtx taken *o many 40i,4 37% 46 37% 29%' 29% 31% 27% 27 29% '25% 25Vi 60 55% 53 55 J ,4 53 48% 55% 53 48% 50% 45% New York Stock* Close Today NEW YORK OLE) — Following are Monday's closing bids on the New York stock exchange: American Can .&SH American Locomotive 26 American T. and T 116"s American Tobacco B S3 Anaconda 12% Atchlson. T. & S. F. ...'. ....501-4 Bethlehem Ste^i 29% C.'& N. W. Com -y, Chrysler 3S% Corn Products 84 DuPont 709s General Electric 1S^> General Motors 26 ^ International Harvester 34% Montgomery Ward 17 % New York Centrai 31% Pennsylvania R. R 25 H Sears-Roebuck ?.6 Standard Oil of N. J 39^ S.tudebaker ....4'i U. S. Rubber 121s U. S. Steel 39^ Westinghouse E'ectric 32% Standard Oil of Ind 27*i Cities Service 2% PRODUCE --t CHICAGO (fJ!)—Produce: EGGSi Market steady; receipts 3.416 cases; extra firsts 19: current receipts 13^; dirties 16@17. BUTTER: Market unsettled: receipts 10,765 tubs; specials 2 24: extras 23; extra firsts 2 22; firsts 18(ffl9Vi; seconds 16Vi @17; standards 21. POULTRY: Market unchanged: receipts 26 trucks, 1 car: fowls ^13; broilers 9; leghorns 7Ji ,; duckj 11; gees^ 9©11; turkeys 8: roosters 6@7V»- CHEESE: Twins, n%@12: Longhorns I2^CJ512H- POTATOES: On tiack 517: arrivals 2fi2; shipments l.f)4,»; mar ket. barely steady. READ THE WANTS LEUAL NOTICES SHERIFF'S SALE State of Iowa, ss. Story County NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: That by virtue of a Special execution issued out of the Clerk's office of the District Court of the State of Iowa, in and for Story County, and to me directed, upon a judgment rendered in said Court on the 26th day of September. 1933, ir favor of Ella Kirkendall and against Lester Martin and Ethel Martin I have levied upon the following described real property, to -wit: All of said defendant's interest In and to South half of Northeast Quarter of Section IS, in Township 84 North, Range 24 West of the 5th p. m., Iowa. Taken as the property of Raymond J. Meyers. And that on the 27th day of October A. D., 1933, at the hour of 2:00 , o'clock, p. m., front door of INFLATION TOPIC ATKIM8CL1 Prof. Shepherd Talks on Problem •^ "What will inflation mean to t average citizen?" This was the question propounded before the- Kiwanis club Friday, by Prof. Geoffrey S. Shepherd of the department of agricultural economics at Iowa State college, the speaker at the club's regular weekly luncheon. Professor Shepherd found the average citizens falling into four general groups, the employed man, the business man, the Investor and the farmer. "Inflation will affect each class differently hut most of us come under more than one classification, so that while we may benefit from inflation in one respect, this may be partially or even more than offset by some disadvantage," he said. BusineM Man Gains "For the business man, inflation will cause a rise in commodity prices resulting in an increase in the value of his Inventory just .as deflation caused him to take a loss on inventory. Also there will be a general increase in business which will still further benefit him. He stands to benefit more than any other class since there are only limited offsetting disadvantages. "For the employed man, due to tho general increase in business, employment will increase ' but wages will rise more slowly than commodity prices so that wWIe more men will be employed, the individual income will buy less. This results in a benefit to this class which is offset to some extent by income lagging behind commod- 1 Ity prices. "For the investor, considering fixed income investment* such as bonds, mortgages, bank deposits. etc.. Inflation will be all loss. Investments in stocks, real estate, etc., will fare better since the income is not fixed. Farmer Favor* Inflation "The farmer, who is a combined business man, investor and laboring man, in general favors inflation as It is the contention of the infla- tionists that farm prices will rise faster tha nthe general price level, which has been true to date." Charts were exhibited which showed the relation between the price of farm products and the general price level over a period of years. The charts showed that in 1893 farm prices were low and there was great suffering among this class. Then there was a gradual improvement until 1915 and from 1915 to l&zO the farmer enjoyed his greatest period of proa- ._._. pertly. From 1920 to 1932 farm Taken as the property of Riymon<J, prices receded relatively unii] they 'cow are well below the average price level. It is the object of the inflationists to close up this gap and bring prices back to the 1925- Professor Shepherd Mated tnat this cycli of price variation seems to be perfectly normal altho it may have been accented somewhat by overproduction and the loss of foreign markets. No Ptrtonal Opirlon The speaker merely reviewed inflation as an economic feature. H* did not offer any cure-nil (or the dtf'ressI'Dn; in fnct, hr d!<l not r« v e«i whether or not lie favored Inflation Ho ««t«d thflt h«? did tint j thick iafluttou would be *a t«ucf»- of said day. at the the Court House, in the City or Nevada. County and -State aforesaid, I will proceed to sell said property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, amounting to S2.246.40 debt: J62.46 attorney fee; and costs taxed at ?24.75, with interest on raid debt at the rate of 8 per cent from the date of said judgment, together -with all accruing costs, at public auction, to the highest and best bidder for cash 173 fcft!*i2. Dateri at Nevada. Tmva, .this 27th day of September, 1923. J. R. HATTERT. Sheriff of Pfnrv Cntmtv. Ton-a. By MAP.tlN C. HANSON. Denutv. Published in the Ames Pally Tribune-Times Oct!. 9 am! 16. 1233. SHERIFFS SALE State of Iowa, ss. Story County NOTICE Id HEREBY GIVEN : That by virtue of a Special execution issued out of the Clerk's office of the District Court of the State of Iowa, in and for Story County, and to me directed, upon a ludjrment rendered in said Court on the 26th day of September. 1933. in favor of Ella Kirkenda!! and a.q-ainst R- E. Lawrence «nd Editu K. Lawrence 1 have levied upon the following described real property, to-tvit: All of said defendant's inrprest in and to South half of Northeast Quarter of Section IS. In Tvnvus! ' North, Range 24 P. m.. Iowa. West of the nth Yes, They'll Be Married—Together I It's going to be orange blossoms soon for Daisy and Violet! For f when the Hilton sisters, famed Siamese twins .arrived to New * Yftrk from a stage tour of England, as shown here, their imilla* announcement was that they'd both be married in a double ceremony about Christmas. Violet (leh) is to marry an English boxer and Daisy's husband, she said, is to be Jack Lewis, Chicago orchc*- :t a .leader. cial as claimed but that he did not t e J. , And that on 27th tUv of Octc.hfir A. D.. 1933. at thf h<v;r of 1 :f'0 "'clock, p. m.. of snul il.iy. nt tho front door of fh*> Court H<v,j«.v in the ""y of Xpvnil.i OVi'inry and Stntp ••iforpsaM. I will' priwv.i TO sell «iM property or so nwh tiv'r^f as may be tiprpssary tn M t ; * f i- sui'l rxci'utlni. amounting to |',!'." < iii.]7 u-Mif JfiS.SO attorney fee: anil cos:> tatcil at with interest on -»!<1 .leb- at tlie of said of S cs<nt from t!i* <<> Ju'liTTnenr, ttit-cther vlth sll rodf* n'i ptiMi'' fli."')M>. MphMt and iM*t tMAtr for in hand. . r»at*(i at N>v»,j«. -.I.av of SppfmbT. !!>:'" .T R. S.'.rri.'f (.' S' ••/ <~ • n-' MA'ITTV iV > J7th |r. Tribune-Times \i ami e considered that congress was «vel-bead<>d enough 'to prevent any each Inflation as Germany experienced. In fact the conditions in this country are so different from the conditions in Germany at the close of tbe war, that there is no basis for comparison. Then Germany was bankrupt and wild Inflation seemed to be the only hope of saving the government. This country is not bankrupt and is not a debtor nation. Next Friday Prof. V. E. Nelson of the chemistry department at Iowa State will talk on "Model Teeth." Baptist Teacher Classet to Open Wed. for 8 Weeks A series of eight churct nights will begin Wednesday at the Baptist church, one to be held each week during the period. Teacher training is the primary purpose of the program, out the grovps ,«re open to all young people and adults of the congregation, according to the announcement mafc Monday by the Rev. R, B. Davidson, pastor of the church. The weefcly program will be as follows Covered dish supper, 6:30 p. m.; devotional period, 7 p, m.: first study period, 7:15 p. m.; second study period. 3 P. m. Tftt Rev. N'. H. Carman of Des Momti, director of religious edn- CAltta for th« Iowa Baptist contention, will he hero *aeh w??k to eon- duct fhto first period class. His nubjeo for the flraJ week i dueiis- "Tho nvarnr-fl Task.* period claae will bu taken each week by the Rev. Nel- t ^ son p. Horn, director of religious * activities at Iowa State cofles*. * The general topic of discussion for £ bis class during the eight weeks • will be "How to Teach." Ronald Colman in the famous dual roles of "The Masqtteradt*" comes to the New Ames Theatrt, Monday thru Wednesday. In its original play form, one ot the most successful melodrama* the world has t-ven seen was mad* oat of the strange human story of two men who so closely reiemWed each other that neither wife nor mistress could b* sure. Elissa Landf, who brof. so much Iwarath and vitai- Ity to "Th« Siga Ronald Col.v.aa of the Cross," and Juliette Compton's dual r&lea. David Torrence, Halliwell Hobb€«. Creighton Hale and Helen Jerome Edily are in the cast. Samuel Goldwyn has given hi* production of the English n.'^kJ- drama « bright modem setting. The background for its human rtr«uaa i» the labor uprUir.^; a.nrt tho pollt- ir»l crtsi-' that »re the h«ai'liln*« of Ix»ndon today. Howard Ettabrook adapted the pUy to fh^ «cr*^n; 11 !« basfd on John Hunt- ." Hooth't of tic- nnvfl if R£D THE w

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