Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on October 18, 1933 · Page 8
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Bint nanmimM, AMM, wwi, wroritLur, COTOBKI it, FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS A One-Point Lead! J Thursday Luncheon Vegetable Soup Hardlhg's Corn Beef and Cabbage, with Milwaukee Itr* BrMd..35c American Pat Ro**t of B«ef, Horse Radian —i ; .~5Se Creamed Pork Teoderioia and Peas In Patty gteU _.8te Whipped *»otat«e« — Hot Roll* Green String: B**i»—SUwtd' Su: /car Corn Fea sad CheeM Salad Lemon Cream Pudding With . Whipped Cream Coffee Tea Milk C. L. Dixon Drugs Inc. . .1 '___JL__ '...-.'• _£_' _ . J^ CAN TAKE 2 OR. MORE PASSEN- geri to Ozarkji end of week. NEW FURNACES Gen. fumae* repair work. Purnaott vacuum cJ«*n«d. Ere trough work. F. A. Gould 5M-J |12 Main St. OLD ROOF* ARK A FIRE HAZ- art and moat winter firw are roof firei^ Call me aid get a price on a new .-oof, itona sash, or any general carpenter work. — Ed Grimes. % *M§ ******* 18UJ AMES GARBAGE co. uw COLA Pnont 2011. 9S—Help WAttM. DANCE, MOOSE HALL. THURG- <lay,.. New Ladies free. muiic. Gents 25c. b USED CARS For Sale or Trade 1112 Chevrolet coach with trunk. 1912 Chevrolet coupe. 1130 Chevrolet 4-door sedan. lilt Chevrolet 4-door sedan. 1111 Ford 4-door aedan. lltl Ford Coach. 1MI Plymouth Sedan. , 1129 Chevrolet track with farm box Allen Motor Co. CHEVROLET DEALERS Phone 305 5th & Douglaa NEEDED IMMEDIATELY: LIVE- wire Mies woman. Position permanent. Well established organization. Write 2704 Tribune. 1931 Willys 6 Sedan Six wheels, side mounts. Trunk rack. New tires. Runs perfect $285.00 Open Evenings. Dodge - Plymouth - Oldsmobile W. H. Nutty Garage Phone 25 AMES 414 Main St We Pay CasTi for Light Used Cars •Jl Buick DeLuxe Coupe $495 *3(» Pontlac Sedan, like'new _.$295 '30 Plymouth Sedan _.— $225 Max Duitch Auto Ex. 7—A«to Ready for Winter*? Let us prepare your car tor winter driving. Easy shift for tnu»»»' miisioo, Northland Special winter oil, Arrin and. Tropic Air heaters, Prestoae and alcoboL Just received car load of alcohol. Price 59c per gal. (in roar container). Mathison Motor Co. Porfi Sales & Service '*—Arito Part* AeeewortM Have Us ' Prepare Your Car For * Winter Driving Heaters, • Prestone, alcohol, anti' freezes. . Cliff Roberson Garage 412 Surnett Phone 34 CHRYSLER ATjiD PLTMOtJTH ESPRIT C* A&duKXSPnirr OP Love), the new dry perfume, leaves no tell-tale rings. .The Primp Shop. Phone 809-W. THB EGYPTIAN OIL PERMA- aent : wave is a . superior wave. Hedrick Comfort Shop, phone 1252. NAIVETT3E PERMANENTS. EVA Rae hair tints.' Allcne'a Beauty SKoppef Phone 427. WANTED: TWO SALESWOMEN, high class, neat, to solicit nttion- ally jotown product 622 Douglas. —Wo** WMHM, Fwna4« WANTED: GENERAL HOUS/ work of all kinds. Good clean work guaranteed. ~ Both uptown and Amrtk wmrd. Call 2034. WILL TAKE OPF SCREENS, wash and hang windows, clean rugs. 475-W. ' , 41-^-Wuitod to BonW WA1TTBD TO BORROW: $1,000 from private party on clear Polk county, Iowa, ISO-acre farm. Write Tribune 2703. CLEAN POOTBALL^ AB I!???/^ 1 IM mt mi 11*1*1*. kick* At Uoday « a* ptrt «f i ttcotJMjr Uetoajwukr. HM U«n • j* it kid, •ort pity t •* TW • » din we, «d tbe Ida it I* tfat U J Ac fan, at » ABWH k lUtfc, OM'N POP Dreams Come True! ' * By Cowan* I DON'T KNOW WHAt FT CAN Ot.BUfT MOM VM* VEQV excrret>,«o ocr wrro ,XOOP < „_ THIHGSi IIIjl /mil iiiiiii ALEEYOOP Look Who's Here! POP A.ND I ARC GONG TO SEC XtW TVWOUGM OH THIS By Hamlin •0—tt««a for FOR BALE: 3 -IMMUNE HAMP- shire spring boars. 6lf 21. WILL PROV/DE for two black Everts. GOOD HOME kittens. Mrs. GOOD IOWA COAL towa has some good coal and some that's worse than poor. Slate, shale and black-jack don't make godd fuel. OUT.IOWK coal Is mined right, cleaned, sited ..and graded. It's more than just Iowa coal. Our de~ Iverymen are rellahle.e Cilchrist Coal & Feed * Kellogg Are.—Phone 232 « /YOU BW «OfAf TtACH V00 HOT TO COME ZAKOKOO,' THAT WAS A UJCKV BRfAK FOR VOU.' I THREW THE ROCK MERELY DO YOU KNOW BEAN THAT I FOUND AN EGG Ah 1 WAS JOST CALL ME? IOWA COAL Benson's Lower Vein Also Ogden 12.75 and up. Foster Coal Co. Day Phone 2180-J, Nite Ph. 286-W STUDY AGRICULTURE HARRiSBURG, Pa., (OB—A total of 6,800 Pennsylvania farm boys now arc enrolled in vocational agricultural schools in 230 rural centers, according to reports of the department of public Instruction. They conduct farm projects on their home farms as a part of school work, and last year earned a net profit of more than $1S2,000 through marketing their produce. MORAN, HAROLD, 0 a D E N, Iowa's Best CoaL Flicher and Chapman Coal Co. Phone 566-W. IOBS; LUTHER BEST COAL $5.00 ton. Phone 627. DRY FIREPLACE AND FURNACE wood for sale. Call 11SL ., COAL:,CALL J392-W FOR IOWA coal. Heanick Coal Co. .UTHER'S BEST GOAL. LIV- ingston Bros. Phone 1712-J. ff»—Pukfti7 tor Sate POULTRY — DRESSED CHtCK- ens. Springs lac per Ib. Hens 4 14c per Ib. ; Jtfo charge for dressing and delivery. Woodland Farms. Phone 435. CHICAGO OLE)—Livestock: HOGS: 15,000, including 5,800 directs. Slow'to steady. 140 to 200 Ibs., $4.25@$4.60. Extreme top J4.70. Packing sows $3;00@$3«60. Light 140 to 160 Ibs., good and choice, $4.25@.?1.50; light weight, 160 to 23S good aau choice, GOOD SPRINGS, DRESSED AND delivered. 25c each. Phone :f .-31F2. COBS AND 699-L.W.^ - WOOD. PHONE •1 .—O»rOe»- Bvrrtc* Offered Ypu May Be Quite a : Lovely Person iu :jour 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 231 Ames Pantorium Quality Cleaners 410 Douglas Phone 231 V E G E T A B L E S FOR SALE Sweet potatoes, carrots, beets, turnips, radishes; lettuce, green tomatoes, onions, peppers,, egg plant, squashes, "cabbage, potatoes, apples. Jensen's Gardens. Phone 1770. CALL 486^ --, Apartments ^ and houses, close to college, clean, eat, convenient, priced right. Chas. Miller, "U|SIayward Ave ; TWO ..OR-'THREE.ROOMS WITH bath. Close to downtown business section on bus, line. All ^strictly modern. These are extra., large pleasant rooms. New, cleferi wall paper. For further particulars: .$4.40@$4;50; medium w.ei|ht, 200 to 250 Ibs., good and choice, $4.40 @$4.70; heavy weight, 250 to 350 Ibs., good and choice, $3.75@$4.50; packing sows, 275 to 560 Ibs,, medium and good, $2.75@$3.75. Slaughter pigs, 100 to 130 Ibs:, good and choice, ?3.25@J4.25. CATTLE: 9,000, calves 2,000. Fairly active on all classes of light weight steers and yearlings and light-, heifer yearlings. Slow and weak on steers of 1,300 Ibs^And up. , ^ . $6:40 paid for 722' Ib: heffers. Best light yearling steers $6125, Numer- New York Stocks Close Today NEW YORK (TIE) — Following are Wednesday's closing bids on the New York stock exchange: American Can .... ..?. ......85% American Locomotive .... ..25*4 " Ainerican T. and T American Tobacco B ........ 81% Anaconda ..'.. ____ .... ____ 11% Atchison, T. & S. F. .... ....48% Bethlehem Steel . . .......... 27% C. & N. W. Com ......... ....7% Chrysler ..... . .. .".. ...... 38% Corn Products ............ 80% DuPont ...... ...... . .. ...... 72 General Electric . . . ; ....... .17% General Motors .... ____ ____ 25% International Harvester ... ..32% Montgomery Ward . ........ .17 PUMPKINS, XCORN SQUASH, good ones. Two doxen, 35c.—H. T. Farrar... . • ' If You Break A Leg, Would You Call a Dentist? If you have the misfortune of getting .your aut&mobile body •mashed, call us. We have made automobile body rebuilding a study ever since they were first made. Ames Glass & Body Company Phone 538-J Ames, la. Furnace Cleaning We clean and repair all makes of furnaces. New low prices on new furnaces. A. G. Speers Furnace and Tin Shop Phone 662 . 400 Main Last Chance Michigan Canning Pears 85c to •$ 1.10 per basket Keith Fruit Store ~—~~ ' - s v—— _-*-| •4<--Hoa»efeo]d G«od» J WANT TO BUY some good used ranges or hea^ng stoves. .Will pay cash or trade in goods. Phone 685. Walsh Furn. & Hdwe. » Phone 685 write 270J in Care Times. • of Tribune^ ATTRACTIVE APTS., NEWLY decorated. New furniture, Heat; lights, water furnished. Close to campus. Sunset Apartments^ Phone 1457-W. FURNISHED APARTMENTS AND furnished dwelling. Phone 196 Little Brothers. TWO , NICELY rooms and sleeping porch. Burnett. Phone 1266- W. . 815 NEATLY FURNISHED THREE room apartment. Close in. Immediate possession. Ill Lincoln way. ous loads long fed, big weight bnl- New York Central 29%, '-'-*•- "~ "' ' Pennsylvania R. R. 25% Sears-Roebuck ,. 34% Standard Oil of N. J. 39% Studebaker , 4^ TT ?L Rubber .... •... 12% U. S. Steel ...37% Westinghouse Electric 32% Standard Oil of Ind. ;... .... 28% Cities Service ".-..- . 2% T4—Wmriag Apparel YOU'VE SEEN THE REST^-BUT not the best! See this new foundation garment The Blocher- Rlte Korselte. Made to your measure, improved lacing. See it yourself. Call Mrs. N. F. Pfunder, 2096-J, 507 "orthwestern. 75—For Sale, Miseelltaeom , NICE. BLUE SUIT, 12 years. Phone 1096-J. AGE Have Your Furnace Cleaned NOW! Guaranteed work with our super service vacuum cleaner. Palmer Plumbing, Co. 1M Hayward Ave. Phcnt 1091 Plumbing — Heating and Well Work PHONE 828 L. A. FOY WANTED Old gold and gold filled Jewelry, bridges, crowns, etc. Charles G. Ray JEWELER 230 Main St. with Dlxon Drug NICELY FFRNISHED SMALL kitchenette Apt. for rent ^6 Douglas. Call 1809. SMALL FURNISHED APART' ment. Outside entrance. 310 Lincoln, way. UNFURNISHED THREE ROOMS, kitchenette, bath and garage. 916 Douglas. • CHOICE FURNISHED 3 -ROOM' apt Close'Sn. C»?l 1274. FOR RENT: Fifth, APARTMENT. 71? FOR RENT: GOOD APARTMENT. Dr. Proctor. COZY TWO ROOM APT. 939-W. locks in run. General steer run $5.0p@$6.00 with grassers . and short fed steers, J4.50 down.-other killing classes steady. Only active demand being shown on light heifers. Slaughter cattle and yealen;: Steers, 550 to 900 Ibs., good and choice, $5.25 @Jf6,40; 900 to 1100 Ibs., good and choice, $5,CO@$6.40; 1100 to 1300 Ibs.; good and choice, ?5.00@$6.40; 1300 to 1500 Ibs., good aed choice, $5.00@$6.40; 550 to 1300; Ibs., common and medium, »3.00@$5.25. Heifers, 550 to 750 ibs., good and choice, |5.25@$6.40; common and .medium, $2.75@$5.25. Cows, good, $2.75@04.00r common and medium, $1.75?5>?2.75; low cutter and cutter, $1.00@$1.75. Bulls (yearlings excluded) good (beef) ?2.90@|3.25; cutter, common and medium $1.75@$2.90. Vealers, good and choice, $5.56@?7.50; medium, 14.50@$5.50; cull and common, t3'.50@?4.50. Stocker and feeder catties Steers, 500 to 1050 Ibs., good and choice, $LO<1@$5.25; common and medium, $2.25 ©J^O. SHEEP: 13,000. Fat lambs, undertone strong to 25c higher. Asking $6.50@$6.75 on good to .choice natives, best holding above $7,00. Sheep steady, few sales around |1.50@$2.50. Feeding lambs unchanged. Slaughter sheep and lambs: Lambs, 90 Ibs. down, good and choice, $6.00@$7.00; common and medium, J4.00@?6.00. Ewes, 90 to 150 Ibs., good and choice, $1.50 fel2.fiS; all wts., common and medium, $1.00@$2.00. Feeding lambs, 50 to 75 Ibs., good and choice, $6.00 fi-$6.GO. Today's Markets Prices Bid by Local Dealers No. 2 corn 4 ..26%c Ear corn Oats Hogs ; ....?4.00 Cream, sweet . /. .25c Cream, sour 24c Eggs, No. i 19c Eggs, No. 2 ;, 15c Heavy hens, 4^. Ibs. and up ....7c Heavy hens under 4% Ibs 5c Heavy breed springs, 4 Ibs. and over ?c Heavy breed sp-?in!:5 uglier 4 Ibs. ..~. 6c Leghorn springs oc ! CRUDE OIL PRICE FIXED BY GOVT. Retail Spread Also Established WASHINGTON OIE)—Price lik- ang'^was added 'to jpro'duction cot trol 'Tuesday" in 'the governmen't's. efforts to stabilize the oil industry. ...The sale or'purcliaBe of crude .oil gasoline, and other refinery products, below minimum levels pre* jed in an order of oil Administrator Ickes will constitute an act of unfair competition in violation of the recovery law and the petroleum code after Dec. 1, unless the order is changed In the.meantime. The order fixed the price -of Mid- continent crude of 36 degree gravity at $1.11'a. barrel, slightly higher tlir.n the current price, with variations for different fields and different grades. On gasoline, the order provided that the spread between tank car prices and retail prices should be not more than;5% :ents a gallon on low grade gasoline of .which the dealer shall re\ ceive not less than thre.e cents. On high grade, the .spread shall be not less than 6% cents a gallon and not less than four cents shall go, to the dealer. .'-..-.' The minimums may be protested (before Nov. 15 and are subject to' change by the petroleum administrative board. The projected price fixing is the government's first venture into this realm under any code. Weeks of bickering before pro mulgation of the oil code indicated that the minimums would be contested vigorously, possibly by the Standard Oil company of New Jersey, which, opposed this policy at the code v hearings. The NRA con sumers board protested against the policy less than a week ago. The continued pricing of Midcon- tinent crude at less than $1 a bar re!, despite production limitations imposed by Ickes, was understood to be the controlling factor in his A DEEP SEA DIVA is what you might call Rosa Ponselle, home again after another of her many ocean crossings. IS, AT i ._,.. TO »,,„.- c c nclusion that the industry could Leghorn hens 5c not bc rehabnitated withoJut tne CHICAGO (U.E>—Grain range: Open High Low close WHEAT: 93—Booses for Sale WANT TO EXCHANGE GENER- ftl repair or carpenter work for rent.—Ed Grimes. WANTEL TO BUY: FURNITURE ° r what hiv * you ' WANTED TO DUY: Phone 371-.I. FOR SALE OR TP.ADE: NEW house. Six rooms. Phone 1646-J, for fteat NE\V KIVK KOOM BUNGALOW on Harding avenue. 2392-W. FIVE ROOM, MODERN BUNGA- low, $25.00. 518 13th street. MODKRN S-ROOM Call 1302. BUNGALOW. COKN. WILL TllADK 1927 KORD COUPE for grtod lyjicwrltcr 2.'2 Glovtnth May 78% July 77 Dec. 74% CORN: May 48% July 51 Dec. 41% OATS: May 32% July 31 Dec. 2S% RYE: May 58% July 56% Dec. 51% BARLEY: May 49 July Dec. S2 SO 78% 50 52 43% 33% 32% 30% 60 60 53% 77 74% 49% 40% 32% 31 28% 56 V 4 56% 49% 81% 79% 78% 49% 51% 42% 33% 32 29% 58 tt 58% All cox 3c PRODUCE CHICAGO (UJ?)— Produce: EGGS: Market steady; receipts 1,681; extra firsts 19; firsts current receipts 16@17. BUTTER: Market unsettled; receipts 10,341; specials 23%@24; extras 23; extra firsts 20%@21%; firsts 1S@19^'; seconds 16%@17; standards 21. POULTRY: Market unchanged; receipts 38 trucks: fowls 12i,4@r; broilers 9; leghorns 7: ducks 11; geese 9® 11; turkeys S; roosters CHEESE: Twins, ,11%@12; Longhorns 12^@]2JAPOTATOES: On track 406; arrivals 97; shipments 753; markH trading slow. Speed Record Holder is Dead MUSKEGON, Micb. <U.I!>—Elmer E. Dellinser, a one-time holder of the speed record for steam railways, died here recently at the age of 74. Ho averaged 80 mlleii per hour on a run on Oct. 24, 1895, on a rojlc between rikhart, lud.. and Toledo. Hoot Gibson it brakt a"'l '« ' : while an om M hi* creditor* gives a controverted ing. device of price fix Varied according to geographical, favorable and adverse transportation rates, and other considerations il*e Ickes schedule of prices fixed oil minimums for all parts of the country except "the settled areas comprising the states of New York, Pennsylvania, West Virginia. Kentucky, Ohio. Illinois and Indiana" in which crude prices will be allowed to establish their own level on the basis of their competition with Midcontnent 86 degree crude. It was explained that demand for this oil equalled, and in some cases exceeded, the supply. Oil Executive Is Pleased With Code 6HICAGO (IIP)— The NRA code fo- !Je oil industry is making encouraging progress against unsound practices that "have been the bane of the industry for years," Edward Q. Seubert, president of the Stnnd-' «rd Oil company of Indiana, said here. Seubert attended a conference of representatives of employes in refineries at Sugar Crock, Mo.. Whil' Ind.; Wood River, III.; Kan., and Casper and Greybull, Wyo. "The code IIRR brot llic most scr- un attempt *b<> IndnMry !>»» J"" ( *een to operate Iu accordance American Assn. Holds :55th Meeting Members of the Iowa State coUege library staff are in Chicago ! this' wee"fc to attend the fifty;fifth . annual. conference, of :fie American Library association and Its affiliated groups • Ci H. Brown, college librarian; went to Chicago last-week to attend sessions of the committee on -German periodicals, of which, he is chairman, and of the International Federation of Library Associations. Ralph M. Dunbar. assistant librarian, went in Monday night. He will give a talk before the catalog section and will present a summary of a report of the committee on library salaries, of which he is a member. Miss Helen Crawford, classifier of the" library, also is attending the meeting. Before the German periodicals committee last week came Ferdinand Springer and Hermann Degener, prominent German publishers, to discuss high prices of German scientific periodicals, often as much as 19 times the prices of similar American periodicals. The meeting of the international federation •< s attended by delegates from China, Sweden, the British museum, Berlin, the league of nations library, and the Vatican library. Mr. Brown is also a member of the activities committee, t college library advisory board and the Research Libraries a sociation. DANGER TO PRESS Censorship Is Possible Under NRA CHICAGO : tU£)— A free press, is more important today thai', ever before - E. H. Harris, Richmond, Ind., publisher, said Tuesday in. an address delivered before .the Inland Press association, of which. he_,is secretary. Harris' discussed the NRA new* paper code and unionization of newspaper employes under Its pn>- vlsiQiis in his address to representatives- of the 254 dairy, newspaper members of the association her* for a two-day conference. Censorship of the press by organized labor, is possible if newspapers submit to union demand*^ expftessed xinder, the NRA, Harris said. , Only the sections of the proposed NRA code for newspap«f guaranteeing freedom of the prejti protect the_ public from a ceosored press and possible' dictatorship, h* said. . -.-. •.;- /. ••,. -r,-. Freedom of the jjress is important at this time, Harris said, because many people^ have : ...beeil : . "numbed into submission" by Rapidly changing economic and political conditions and are willing "to follow almost any leader :who promises an-easy way- out of our difficulties." •'..',' "A free press-," Harris said, "is the last line of defense which the people of this country have against- the aggression of dictatorship such as prevails in Germany and destruction of our constitutional fora" of government by the radical and communistic element." The country teems to haw <«te"nflr its prohibition repeat itraiaht. mOULD you say that the $4.000.- n 000 suit for alienation of affections of that B. V. D. million- tire was a union suit? economic .planning," Seubert shid, 'It is regulating production of crude oil to prevent wasteful creation of oxcess supplies. "In marketing it is working •gainst unsound practices which have been the bane of the industry or years. While It was brot some '.o\v complications to perplex us. am hopeful that H will solve some f thn major problems n» have h*<i o face heretofore," PRICED BIGHT! VICKER'S Gasoline EPPY INGLESS OWERFUL OPULAR XOTE: Winter grade instant starting gasoline now on hand. Square Deal Oil Co. Ono Block way NoMli of High-

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