Ames Daily Tribune in Ames, Iowa
29 Dec 1934

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29 Dec 1934

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Ames Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - December 29, 1934, Ames, Iowa A a but better thames Ames daily Tribune times Ames Iowa saturday december 29, 1931. Plums classified and rates Busine service tic per word. 3 Day 9c per word 6 Days 17c per Wold 13 Days 28c per word 36 Days minimum of 7 words charged for for less than 3 Days 3 cents per word pet Day. Minimum 3 Corita. Indent display. F>0 cents extra. Minimum 35 words. Big display too per cent extra. Minimum 35 we ords. In per word discount for Cash in Advance of within three Days after first publication. No charge less than 25 cents for first Day. Card of thanks six lines or less $1, extra lines to cents per line. Obituary ten cents per line minimum it. I-1 Nerad notice�?$2. No charge for news dories of deaths. Club and Lodge notices per year one insertion live lines before each meeting. Business and professional directory�?$5 per Inch per month without change. Special notices six lines or less $1. Extra lines to cents per line. Dancing instruction 19 announcements card of thanks we wish to thank All our friends and neighbors for their kind sex precious of sympathy and the Beautiful Floral offerings at the death of our son. Edwin. Or. And or -. Henry Holland and family. Guarantee you dance in 6 or. Lessons is. Patten studio. 3803 West. Phone 2104. Guarantee you dance Cor redly in 6 lessons $3. Patten studio 2803 West . Garbage disposal 39 Ames garbage co Lew Cole phone 2061. Cafes restaurants 41 sunday dinner Chicken and Rice soup baked Goose Cranberry relish roast Young Hen with dressing baked Ham Raisin sauce roast fresh Ham roast prime ribs of beef potatoes a hot Rolls creamed asparagus a buttered carrots per Edlon salad pineapple upside Down cake Tea a Coffee a milk the soda Grill heating 42 freckles and his friends to a certain Point by Blosser i think i have a swell clue i i have a idea that the Engineer and fireman were shot from inside the air t i Man a i ii run a Farmer who was standing Wear the tracks the Day we chased number six. Didst it but today me heard us shoot off a firecracker while the train went by f that proves that if Shott had been fired from repairs for All makes of furnaces smoke pipe work no Job too big or too Small. Estimates free get our prices. Phone 2332 lost Ald found lost photograph on main or fifth Street. Please Call 2400. 152 personals 3 watch for our used car Sale listing alcohol Max Duitch Auto sex. Always open i at a Urnett phone i Pou do people know where to find you and your particular Type of service Tell them. Classified and rates Are very Low. Phone 2400 tor information. Call f. A. Gould 527-j for a Furnace repairs new furnaces and forced air heating. He modifiers spouting and tin work. 312 main . Miscellaneous 44 Alley top on to Moo by Hamlin we re to be attacked by a band of Moorian Dinosaur cavalry according to the prisoner Story hmm poll 1 Haft find out More bout this just when Oid w Dinosaur cavalc2y ? v your Kino plan what Cha Talkin about to launch his a \ Don t know nothing troop of about no troop Dinosaur / i of dinosaurs v Vav prisoner where is Kino ours Dinosaur cavalry ? Dinosaur cavalry ? of you must mean Alley top an his Dinosaur Guz dont know himself i Don t guess top oot mad an disappeared before we left a acetylene welding blacksmithing of w Lutes on Auto storage Chas. Hirst 116 Kellogg for Koot care and Comfort come to the Hedrick Comfort Shau. I c no it won t Brino in be necessary another i be found out prisoner what i wanted yer to know hah High Ness there aint no w ? Sech thing As it x Moo i an Dinosaur of cavalry Captain we March i on Moo immediately ? a hah / by this time tomorrow i la not Only be King of Lem a but King of Moo also shop 413 sixth Street. Skates hollow ground to to 15 Centre. Some old skates old by tor repair Bill a it to 50 cents. Geo. Roberson. 154 wanted room kor firing Furnace next Quai it r. Rite land Slater 24if41 Lincoln Way. 152 automobiles autos for Sale bakeries f Rench bread 8c, 2 for i 5c cd. Large 10c sliced loaf Mel Burg bakery i a main phone 254 45 merchandise fuel 64 Geo. Livingston or and other Cotta for Luth phone 601-w 165 deep vein Iowa Coal. Direct from mine. Foster. Phone 2s5-vv 156 anybody can write a bargains but come Bel and we will Bilo you bargains that Are bargain. Purity bread healthy whole Cine and delicious. Ask your Gio Eer cookies 2 Doz. �?------------25c plume 206 purity bakery employment tenors Ville King of Iowa and Milford Coal. 21ss j. 16s Coal. Clean. Hot Light Ash no clinker phone 1107 154 Luther. Ogden Coal. Phone 993. Carl Lawrence. 153 85 1933 Chevrolet 6-wheel a Sedan 1932 Chevrolet conch 1932 Chevrolet _ coach 1952 Chevrolet a a Coupe 1931 Chevrolet coach 1931 Oldsmobile Sedan 1931 Pontiac Sedan. I 1931 Ford ouch i 1930 Plymouth Sedan 1929 Ford a Sedan 1929 Ford a a coach 1928 Chevrolet coach 197 Model Coupe trucks 1933 Chevrolet do truck 1930 Dodge i Rue k j 1931 Ford a truck 1930 Ford pickup 1926 Dodge a a truck i 4 wheel a a trailer j male help wanted 49 men wanting jobs on be Quot construction work in in s., America write e. Moore 459 Hunter bldg Chicago. Enclose Stamps. 152 wanted student work for room 705 Clark i>4 household goods buy a Leonard electric refrigerator no v terms As now a $4 per month no interest charge until March i Palmer plumbing co. Phone 1091 108 a Ward situation wanted 51 Man with new Chev. In ton truck wants work. Chi equip Coupe Quot Ith any kind of Box. Phone 227 farm products a be w Good stoves and ranges 60t. Urls of Cou Golem remnants t clo out in the next week. Ii i Walsh b urn. Amp Howe. For Sale bed Complete. Man Fui coat. Flat top desk. Call Chicago livestock hogs 9,000, including 8,006 directs. Estimated holdovers too. Market about steady nominal top $7.25 compared with $6.40 last fit Day. Cattle 700 common 30&Quot gov eminent. Calves 400 common Loo government. Compared Friday last w Eek. General steer Ani Heifer mar Ket 50c to $1 higher. Beef cows fully Abc up cutters 25c higher. Bulls 50 to 75c higher viders $1.50 to $2.00 higher. Extreme top weighty steers $10.35. Long yearlings $10.75. Heifer yearlings $ .60. Sheep 5,000. For week ended Friday 14 doubles from feeding station. 4,400 directs. Compared Friday last week Slaughter lambs and ewes 75r to $1 higher. Sheep 25 to 50c up feeding lambs 50 to 75c up. Mid week top on Slaughter lambs $9.35, late top $8.85. First Colorado $9.00 thursday. Yearlings mostly to assume that raw material manufacturers would be willing to lower prices to or 15 per cent if the automobile Industry could double their i present purchases. The remainder j a of the eduction could be borne by the Industry he said. A uthes two items alone a he de rates costs. Limes than but not to lower building therefore construction vol will be moderately better in 1934 but i foresee no dared Quot reduction in overhead costs per unit and reduction in a $7.75v $8.00, top ewes $3.0051 $3.7 j feeding lambs of top $6.75. Slaughter top $ 1.00 $6. Geese 17 turkeys 205/22 leghorn broilers 85/11 Stags 16. Cheese twins 14vi#14�j longhorns 15�15l4. Terral Cosie would almost make potatoes on track 126 a possible the reduction in wholesale rivals 35 shipments 427 Market prizes required for the Sale of 4, Heady. J 000,000 rather than 2,300,000 cars. A j a the stimulus to economic re covery which would follow is very pleasant to gov. Elect Philip f. Caponette attacking motives of the american Liberty league said that Quot if the american bar follows this leadership it will have missed the Opportunity and crying need of the Law the recognition that Law is a dynamic living system and that economic Chang requires modification in traditional concepts of Legal rights and duties. Quot the Liberty leagues and lawyers leading them Are concerned with defending liberties of a Small class of Large wealth their doctrine of Liberty is Freedom for a few at the expense of whomever it May concern which Means slavery for the urges that measles cares be reported Cambridge the Hygiene committee of tile Cambridge Par a ent teacher association has Brot to j i Light the fact that Many Parent. J i whose children. Re ill with measles j. Do not report them to the local i i health officer. Altho ther Are a Large number of cases in town Only two had been reported wednesday the i i committee urges that cases be re i i ported in order that Homes May i have Wattling it Ards tile disease j j has become widely spread Thot due a to the Christmas programs in which mostly i children took Pat t. New fall cars guaranteed Allen motor co. Chevrolet dealers5th amp Dou wanted very Stein calves. I dept. Livestock 64____________ to u Nii hol Haske Haudry i Johe radio service guar today a markets prices bid by Loc dealers Ary anted. Phone 2011. 16 Ria used cars i 29 Buick 4 door Sedan clean. I �?T31 Hudson 4-door Sedan lean l a 3 it Essex 4door Sedan clean. In Dodge panel �?T2> fair. Priced to sell Dahl i ire shop 41. W. Main 152 pm. To w 1930 Ford Coupe excellent condition $135 w. By. Nutty garage Dodge a Plymouth 414 main Stames phone 36 poultry. Eggs 65 dressed Pou str i hens 19c la. Light Springs 19c la head it Springs 23c in. No charge Foi i dressing and delivery. Woodland Dairy farm. Phone 435. For Sale hens and Spring chickens. Ilar Riboni a grocery 13u3 Douglas phone 921 Vav. 153 wearing App arb l a children Swimer Coats and dresses one third off the Brown shop 212 main 92 turkeys Small 25c per la. Live weight. No charge for dressing. Warren Zenor. Isth. 162 w h i t e Springs slivered. Pm r o c 2c la me 37 k dry milk fed ,04. Used and de a miscellaneous fur Sale Furnace Burner Complete $45. Nothing to try it installed. 94 o i Cost Phon to Hen fat la. And Springs Mth Hyland. Hoi 131 a n the d to buy str a w a i baled or Louie. Phone 371 j 15 i. Vav 153 yearling hens 16c la. T. Farrar 152 for Sale teed to pop pop Corn Scaran h. T. Farrar. 152 used cars financial 1930 Ford Tudor 1930 roadster 1929 Oldsmobile 1927 Chevrolet .$185 $145. $ 160 $30 Mathison motor co. Business services Start the new year right build Jour business by Means of this classified Section. Customers Are infected in what you have to offer. Of investments 75 for Sale extra Choice six per cent Ames investment. Cd j Lynch. 166 Money to loan 76 Beauty service 25 monday and tuesday. Sham boo and Finger wave 50c. Allene Beauty shop. Phone 427. 153 give your lashes an enchanting cull. Burlash $100. Primp shop Sooae. Oil Croy Pignole Perm a cents $3.50. Auener a Beauty shop phone <27. Money to Homes. C. J Loa Lynn on merchandise fuel a of Kab i6t 84 real estate apartments for tent 100 modern Apt. Near College to sublet Jan. 1st. Write Tribune 3011. 15 rooms for rent room. Private entrant b Board it desired. Phone 258 j. Ruo m Housek i o r Epling. Sleeping phone 1308. Olson Black Beauty Eros. Phone 196 w and Iowa Mack a Cam i Jii Call 580 for Mohan. Dao Las Boone. Illinois and Virginia Coal. Lie Nick son. 163 6nor Economy buy Riverside Coal. Floyd c by i staffer Ann pm. 60 i 4 162 Foh bes ill la v in is ton i ii it vi2 j Coal Call Ihm farms for Sale or 153 702 185 acres. $75 per acre w Ell improved. Is and 9 acres at $65 it r acre Well improved. Pos session March 1st. Easy terms. Several other Choice Small farm a. Al Wehrheim Jewell la. 152 houses for Sale for Quick Bungalow Lur place Oak Iii i saw o phone ale living \ bait 106 room in fire e. C 162 a a a no. 2 Corn. .91c ear Corn a. Hic $0 la. Oats a .53c hogs. $6.60 Cream Sweet. Cream sour. Sic no. I eggs. .25c no. 2 eggs. ,20c heavy Hen 5 lbs. And up. 10c heavy hens. Under 5 lbs leghorn Hena. ,. A. ,. 6c heavy Springs 5 lbs. And up .,13c heavy Springs 4 to 5 lbs. Lie heavy Springs under 4 la leghorn Springs. Old Cox. 41 no. I Hen turkeys. I in no. I Tom turkeys. 140 old Tom Tut keys. 9c White ducks ,.7c coloured ducks. 6c geese f produce Chicago o produce eggs Market firm receipts 2s90 extra first 29 a fir to 28 4 current receipts 25 0 27 la riles 21. Butter Market firm receipt 3,842 tub specials 81"it 3 extras 3114 extra firsts 2 9�?~a-fi Joh firsts 27vo2sg see Odds 26 <027 standards 29 y. Poultry Market try re in pts 27 trucks 2 cars a prong i a 16<n is leghorn 13 ducks 20#21 real estate houses for Ren 105 for Kent Small House. Furnished or unfurnished. Also attractive apartments near College Chaft. Miller 132 Hayward Avenue phone 46 j. Of partly modern four room House. Full basement t to Iota cheap. Phone 1247. 151 wanted to rent 109 business Good Chicago us the fiscal year ended oct. 27 was one of the most pro Bable in the history of Wilson and company third largest packers in the country according to the cd no any a annual report issued Friday. A net income of $3,833,-161 alter income taxis depreciation and All other charges had been deducted via reported. These figures compare with $2,935,564 for the preceding fiscal year. Farm Ever tors Are warned of rights Babson looks for moderate gain continued from Page four his real purchasing Power has greatly increased and the Outlook building Boom in 1935. The real estate business which is much More Active than last december will continue to improve in 1935. More jobs in 1935 while unemployment this Winter will be More serious than Ever the number of jobless will drop As 1935 advances. The expected gain in construction will be shared by other big industries. Steel operations and automobile output will have a very Sharp Rise in the Early months of the year. Improvement in these lines where the big bulk of the unemployment lies is the most encouraging Factor in the 1935 labor Outlook. Altho in some industries present rates Are today higher than in 1929. I expect to see mounting demands for wage in creases As the year advances. The anticipated Rise in living costs will prod labor into demanding higher wages. Labor troubles will seasonally in Ket. Congress May unsettle prices from time to time but fundamentally better business will be the most important influence on the 1935 Stock Market. Earnings will continue to improve with comparisons Best in the final half. The 1984 tendency toward More generous dividends will hold. Securities Are in Strong hands today and the floating Supply is Low. These fac tors Sho lid All Combine to Bear out my forecast that we Are still in a period of risking Security prices. Selectivity keynote but because of inflationary possibilities More legislation and various other influences the Stock Mark t of 1935 will be fully As selective As that of 1934. Remember that diversification is the soundest of All investment policies in View of this what is the Outlook for various groups those industries catering directly to the wants of Consumers such As merchandise and amusement lines will continue the excellent gains made in j 1934. Oils Are temporarily disturbed but the Long Range Outlook is crease during the Spring months j still satisfactory. Automobile pro Sand will Hung As a threat Over carpets look moderately better Tain major industries. This will be building issues will directly re due principally to the fact that on j Fleet the volume of construction by temporary agreements Are in i Iron and steel operations will Force in such industries As Auto i expand rapidly in first half Sec Mobile textile and steel. This Ond half depends on building. Does not mean however that the chemicals should share in the next few months will see any fun j coming years business gatos. Mill Dame tally serious labor troubles. 1 owners Are feeling somewhat bet As far As major strikes Are con j ter after a very troublous year. O gladly help them with for their sen meet in Jam the Story county f visor committee will j i. 5 in the court oui at which time it is sex ointment will be a position of chairman the death sunday nig Skromme of Roland n embers of the Story Mitten Are j. H. Cd iary Maxwell Sam la. Fallsburg Anil to Story City ii. K. Cornish of the is debt advisory office will ii the committee both Jun. To give whatever service by from the state office debtors in Story county. Representatives of Conn cry committees from 12 met in Nevada Friday for ence on farm debt probe have Rome to the attention various commit tews and t mend changes in existing Don. Expenses inn debt admin again e at Nevada Lee ted an Apio to fill the vacated by it of ears j. The other county Eom Vurly Secre tor 1935 Points to still higher pile is and a further Advance in buying Power in the farm Arras. Many Industrial commodities have shown some weakness in the j last six months due to backing i away rom Nua Price fixing and business dullness. This weakness to j but an interruption of the upward i to on Strongs All War Sale Pri intr he it my try son it farm it with and 19 Poasi of farm aunties con fells that f these recon Ila five to 40 acres. Lose in Well improved. Reasonable rent. Phone 2331 Vav. 151 Wallace urges More production i continued fruit luge one turns the 2,300,000 cars sold in 1934 at a wholesale Price of $525 had a total Gross value it i 2 by i Lions of dollars. Had wholesale i ii is bet ii reduced to about $400, however 4.woo, Ion ars might have been sold at a total Gross value of i 6 billion dollars. This Means about 1400,000,000 of 33 up r cent More for Laru r volume than a a a her ii a ii sled i1 was Ream my hic by the f 0�? lain i rent i our veto lug him i Cai corned the unions May get plenty of unemployed to Parade a but those already having jobs will h state to leave them. Temporary disturbances Over demands for higher wages will be frequent but no dislocation of any major Industry nor any serious interruption of production should take place. Retail Trade up five pct. Advances both in factory and farm buying Power definitely mean better Trade whole ale and retail new Washington Legisla i alike. Retail sales in general ductile effects of drought and log the Early months of 193&Quot> or apply demand ratio Are should he considerably better than Irving toward higher whole the average of the last six months is ill the coming year. The and about five or cent above the however will probably be j first half of 1934 the Holiday sea son just completed was the most successful in years Many localities even exceeding 1929. Unit volume As Well As Dollar value was much better and i expect this trend to continue and to broaden into All lines la 1935. Medium priced Quot necessity merchandise is Likely to be in Best demand. With growing purchasing Power however the Semi luxuries and even luxuries will Enoy a better Call. Fore fun Outlook spotty what is Tulve Outlook abroad Canada. Latin America South Africa and Australia should a Ontina to go ahead next year but elsewhere recovery is momentarily faltering. Further substantial recovery in Britain depends on a battering of world Trade. The far East is suffering from Over production. Antral Europe is dangerously restless. As to War prospects i can Hortage is grow-1 Only say that the Outlook is grave the most bullish j f doubt if France and the other Quot Gold bloc nations can withstand indefinitely the pressure of continued deflation of these countries a go off Gold the Way May be paved toward an immediate world currency agreement. The artificial advantage of Dollar devaluation has about spent itself but prospects favor a moderate improvement in Villi be of Little our foreign Trade due to Lur it f and building costs j just ments. Aud int rest rates air High to much for Trade Aud Industry lits Low there can be no sub j now what about stocks and Bonds briefly i believe we have been in a major Bull Market since july 1932 and that the coming car Wilt a pc a it Quot tin Ustim it that Bull mar adv at a slower Pace than in the last 18 months. The important Point about 1935 commodity markets will be selectivity. Each commodity will have to be judged on its own merits. Rising farm prices should be the High spot and this Means higher food prices for everybody. Prices boost living costs 1935 will see a substantial Rise in the Cost of living principally be eau of food Bills. Prices of foodstuff Are new at the highest level in four years and the Advance goes on week after week no extraordinary Rise is up Quot ted in the furniture clothing and miscellaneous sections of the family budget util rates will decline further. On it her hand rents will strength May Veu jump sharply in eel localities a Lack of suitable ii space in Mote than half of leading clites a already Deli i and the daily. This i enc1 on Home building which \ foresee in 1935. I have previously stated that the construction Industry holds Tho key to Prosperity. Five of our to million unemployed Are accounted for by the building trades alone. Fiance the importance of a revival in this Industry. The government housing Prog to help. As lung lusts and r ant Lei pickup in building. The rapidly growing shortage of Homes favors rising rents and every to die at Ion Point to lower mortgage much farm and Industrial equip ment needs replacement. Railroads Are due for borne Relief but Long pull investors will leave rail Stock alone. Rail equipment makers stand to Benefit if any rail modernization program is put thru Congress. Politics Cloud the Utility Outlook More than Ever but Power consumption is at a four year Peak the net result May be better than the average investor imagines Low Money is. Inflation the Bond Outlook is complicated by two diverse influences. First any inflationary development which Means a Sharp Rise in living costs will not help fixed income obligations on the other hand interest rates Are b tog lowered All around. This forces the huge Reservoir of investment funds into the Bond Market to obtain a higher return than now available on Bank deposits or government Bonds. At present writing it appears that the latter Factor will continue to be the most powerful influence on Bond prices in the Early months of 1935. So Wise investors Are today not Only hedging against inflation by including goods and equities in their portfolios but Are likewise including a backlog of High Grade Bonds for the time being. As we stand on the threshold of 1935 let us look Back for a mom it on the past three years. Readers will recall that 1932 marked the end of the worst depression in our history 1933 averaged a to per cent gain 1934 moved us eight per cent nearer Normal. Those of my readers whose business has yet. Shown but Little or no improvement should take heart. The outstanding development of 1934 was the broadening out of recovery Toto Many new lines which had not shared the improvement of 1933, and 1935 will definitely see this trend continued. Re Raeber that while Busto is is 2? per cent below Normal today it is 16 per cent better Thau december two years ago and nine per cent above hut december. Lit us Allta thankful for this and have Faith that by la Ember of 1935 we will again be on the verge of Prosperity. Cop right-1w4 publisher be Uncial Bureau

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