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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, December 28, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, DECEMBER 28 • 1936 FIFTEEN The Winners of the Chuckle Contest Are Announced on Page 8 Today Classified Advertising Information VHONE 3800 Fifteen cents a tine first Insertion. Ten cents a line for each consecutive •ubesquent Insertion. (Count flv« average words to the line). Seven Iniertionj ar« given for the pric« of six. CLASSIFIED J3ISPLAV ADVERTISING 70 cant* a column inch each insertion. A discount of 15 per cent will be allowed on all classified advertisements paid for at the time of insertion or not Ult-r than 5 days thereafter. No credit extended for classified an- i vcrliiin* if Ihere is an account thirty I days old or more, I All out-ol-lo'.vn ads arc p;<v,iblc in nd- ' vance. | All refunds on Want Ads must l>e ! called for \vilhm 30 days of the can- i collation date of the order. ! Minimum charge for single advertise- j ment, 25 cents. I Answer to "blind" advertisements must be addressed to the Ic in th« »(f, care of the Glo Under no circumstances will the Globe- Gazette reveal the name of those in- Personals THE C O LA Colfax. It., specializes in rheumatism, neuritis, arthritis, varicose veins and convalescent. Mineral water and baths. Free booklet Lost and Found FOUND—Hog. Owner may have by identifying and paying for ad and feed. Ph. 25F3. LOST— Lady's black leather purse. Return ward, to Globe-Gazette, Re- Money to Loan PERSONAL LOANS CHOOSE ANY OF FOLLOWING PLANS J. Furniture Loans. '2. Auto Loans. 3. Diamond Loans. 4. Endorser Loans. CALL AT OFFICE OR PHONE 727 e d !Home Loan & Finance Help Wanted, Mole 32 farms for Sale 50 WANTED — Middle aged exp, salesman, Iowa territory, calling on dealer trade. Write T-28, Globe-Gazette. Services Offered A3 3 A FORMER teacher seeks employment as housekeeper or practical nurse. Experienced. Mrs. King, Northwqod, Telephone 105-J. Iowa. WANTED—Washings. Ph. 4353, Instruction 37 AMERICA'S Greatest system of Diesel and air conditioning refrigeration training wants mechanically inclined men to train in our shops. Bay and nigh 1 , classes. Free board, room, transportation after qualifying through home preparation. Write United Engineering, 5 N. IS, Minneapolis, FOR SALE 2 big bargains on easy terms, ISO A. imp. near Osage $42.50 per A., small pymt. down possession Mar. 1. Also 300 A. imp. S. E. of Mason City, at $47.50 per A., small down pymt,, Mar. 1 possession. No trades. Call or see E. H. RICH, Rogers Hotel, Clear Lake. Office Ph. 306. Res. 392. FOR FARM BARGAINS see T. W. Gilpin, Northwood, Iowa. Farm Machinery 51 FOR SALE Model A and B John Deere trrc- tors. W. C. Allis-Chalmers air tired, G. P. John Deere, 12-24. Swop Service 38 •citing "blind" advertisements. PHONE 3800 j between I a. m. and fi p. m. and _.k ' for the Ad Taker. I Company i 1>(M I.O.I", (formerly M.B.A.) Bldg. INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications arc numbered according- to the position, in which they appear in the section. Acreages ... - A48 Agents . . . 'ib Apts. for Rent . -T> Amusements . 7 -Auto Accessories B2 Autos for Sale 'D Auto Storage AT9 Auto Trucks - 30 Auto Repairing Cl \uto Financing A1G Beauty Parlors 16 Board, Room 49 Bonds A9 Bldiz. Material^ « Business Locations ... 59 Business Opportunities ... 29 Cafes. Restaurants 17 Card or Thanks 2 Cemeteries A3 Chiropodists '.3 Chiropractors 1 -1 Cleaners. Dyi-r;. ; s Cottages . A<6 Death Notices J Dcntlj_i . .. A." Gifts . «iO DORS, Birds. Pets 33 Educational Opportunities 40 Electrical Service 61 Emnioymcnt Service A3 1 ) Farms for Sale 50 Farms for Rent . A"0 Fai-n Machinery il Florists 4 Funeral Director.- 3 furs ... 15 Garage for Rent H" Ga^r^e for Sale K9 Gardens -il Uelo Wanted. M,i]~, Female A,'- 1 * H;de. Wool. Furs la Housenold Goods 73 Houses for Sale 47 Help Wanted. Female 3, Help Wanted, Hale 22 Help Wsntsd. with Inv. Houses for Rent Instruction . . Investment Job Printing 5% MONEY 4!/ 2 Z MONEY Monthly payment if wanted. See us on loans. Mortgages for sale. W. L. PATTON Personal Loans on signature only to salaried people. • Easiest and most convenient method of borrowing. Immediate service. Security Loan Co. A2J321 1st Nail. Bk. Bldg. Ph. 412 Three times or less offering a "SWAP" costs nothing. The ad must have a Globe-Gazette "key" number and the advertiser will pay 10 cents for each reply. Re- Dlies are to be called for at the I Want Ad counter. For every line j over 3 lines, besides 10 cents for I each answer, regular rates will be charged. and many other bargains. C. C. HANSEN, O Iran to, la. Autos for Solo 79 •c. 1935 Ford Black with Radio and • Hot Water Heater t Cerro Gordo Nash Co. Open Evenings Phone 636 116 S. Delaware NEARLY NEW R & G CARS '36 Ford V-8 2-Door Tour, with trunk, radio, heater and other extras. Very good shape. You can save S246 on this car. : 36 Plymouth De Luxe Sedan with Autos for Sale 79 OLDSMOBILE The Car That Has Everything THREE OUTSTANDING CARS A Comparison, Will Convince You We Are Right About This '36 FORD 4-DOOR SEDAN with trunk. Original tan finish just like new. A car you will try +o buy. ^iiCfcftSi Priced , «J?o<3C;5 '35 CHEVROLET SPORT SEDAN—A low mileage car. Black trunk. This car has only been ddven 800 mi1i;s and YOU can save $167. " Worth '36 Chevrolet Town Sedan with I Livestock for Sole 52 trunk and hot water heater. Driv-1'34 DODGE SEDAN—A 4. c <oor car. Gray color. Good tires. FOR SALE—Poland China male hog. cheap. Call 1G35 N. Car. Business Locations 39 FOR RENT—Garage bldg. at Hayfield, Iowa, good location for mechanic, blacksmith and welder. No competition. Rent very low with house included. Write Farmers Oil station, Britt, Iowa, Livesiocu for Sale 51' Location \V.i:i:ed 65 Lost j'i"l Found 6 Lots fev Sale 45 Machinci-v . 31 Miik . -J:' Misc. for Sale -Vj Misc, for Rent jG Moiv.-y Jo Loan S Mortise* 9 Monuments Musical Nursery Stock Osteopaths office Furn.. Pci" onal^ . Photographers 2.~> Plambinp. Hij. 2G Poultry, Eggs 74 Real E.;. Loans AB Radio Supplier -7 Real Estate 6'j Rooms for Rent 44 Sale or Trade A3S Sale or Rer.t Salesladies Salesmen Seeds, Feeds . Serv. Offered A Situation Wtd. Stamps. Coins A Stationery Stocks Summer Coltaccs Swap Service Travel EurcdU . .' Trade or Escli. Upholstering . \Vtd. to Borrow Wtd. to Buy U'earinc Apparel Wtd. Misc. . A 1 Wtd. to Rent WINTER NEEDS The time of year is fast approaching when additional expenses will have to be met for coal, clothing and other items. This friendly loan company has done business in this locality for over eight years and has done business with over 5,000 satisfied customers. '•} I S50 TO S300 LOANS *63 Can be obtained quickly on your cr.r or other personal property and Ai p | can be handled in a businesslike -"! i and confidential manner. Csli, Phont: or Write A4 Rooms for Rent 44 FOR RENT—3 unfurn. mod. rms., reas. 1614 N. Wash. FOR RENT—Slpg. rm. and also light hskpg. rms. Ph. 3013LW. FOR RENT — Furnished room, Gentlemen pref. 329 1 N. E. FOR SALE—Guernsey Bull, 8 mo. old. E. J. Meiners, 4 miles South Clear Lake. FOR SALE—4 head milk cows, i team horses; also some pullets. % mile east of Stucco school, South of city on 65. FOR SALE—Fresh cow. Clark, 7 mi. S. of city. en a little over 16,000 miles. Turret top and hydraulic brakes. Save yourself $210 on this one. Asher i FOR SALE—Durham bull 18 mo. old % mile S. and 1 3 ,A W. of Emery. John Rastidt. I DO NOT Want any killer horses until further notice. G. A. Jordan. FOR SALE—Big type Spotted Poland China boars. Theo. SchuJtz, 5 mi. N. of Ventura, la. - The public is convinced \ve are putting on a real WAS-IS used car sale. Come and see for yourself. PRITCHARD MOTOR COMPANY YOUR FORD DEALER On Penn. from State to 1st S. E. Chevrolet finish. 4 doors, with trunk, hecrer, etc. more Upholstery cleon. We wou'd like to have you drive this car OUR TERMS WILL SUIT YOU ZENOR MOTOR CO. 1 1 8 South Delaware Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 FOR SALE—Fox terriers and one female Scottie. Phone 671. Misc. tor Sole 55 FOR RENT—Slpg. rm. 314 S. Pa. For Rent—Room. 308 Kirk Ants. FOR RENT—Slpg. rms. 422 1 N.E. FOR RENT—Rm. in pn. home for 1 or 2, gas heat, meals, if desired. Gentlemen pref. Ph. 2970. FOR RENT—2 hskpg. rms. first floor. 20 4 N. W. Pri. ent. 14fiOJ. 24 i Apts. for Rent United Financial Service 1 FOR RENT—4 45 No. 8 1st St. N. W. Phone 1414 rm, mod. g. porch. 610 N. Del. 3157J. LOANS FOR RENT—3 rm. unfurn. mod. apt. 2 blks. So. from Mercy Hospital. Phone 2163-W. FOR RENT—Furn. N. w; 223 5th UP TO S300.00 Furniture, Autos, Livestock, Machinery, Diamonds and other Per- i sonnl Property. I FOR RENT—A very desirable 4 Anywhere in North Iowa. I rm. apt., pri. bath, also 1 rm. newly decorated and warm. FOR SALE—House trailer, sacrifice for quick sale. 208 1 N. E. FOR SALE—About 1,000 feet of steam and hot water radiators in good condition. Used only a i short time. Various sizes. T. J. B. i Robinson, Hampton, Iowa. I —— ^~~ i FOR SALE—New bedroom suite at a big saving. Congoleum and woven rugs, boy's boots, heatrola. heaters and cook stoves. Come in and look us over. B. & 0. Exchange, 1408 N. Fed. '.36 M, Coach. Clean '35 Std. Coach. Good '34 M. Coach. Sec it '36 Ford Town Sedan. Save '35 Ford Std. Coach 3—'34 Ford Del. Coaches '3? Del. Coupe '31 Coupe '30 Sedan Several Others S & R Chev. Co., Inc. "North Iowa's Leading Used Car Dealer" G. 1935 Plymouth Gray Tudor—Looks and runs like new. These cars are priced 'way below market. But will sacrifice for o Clean Up before first of the year. 1935 Graham 2-Door Touring Sedan 5495 1935 Ford De Luxe 2-Door Sedan, Heater $375 1935 Ford Fordor De Luxe Touring. Clean $395 1 934- Plymouth 4-Door De Luxe Sedan ' $395 1932 Chevrolet 2-Door Sedan. Clean $275 1932 Studebaker Rockne Sport Roadster '. . . $275 1931 Graham Coupe. Heater, Clean $195 1930 Nash 2-Door Sedan. Low mileage $175 1930 Dodge 4-Door Sedan, Heater S145 1930 Hupmobile 4-Door Sedan, Good $165 1930 Studebaker 4-Dcor Sedan, Good $ 95 1928 Pontiac 2-Door Sedan. Good $ 65 1928 Chevrolet 2-Door Sedan. Good S 45 OFFICERS KILL CUBAN RADICAL Castell Accused of Being Leader in Dynamiting of Newspaper. j HAVANA, W—Police trapped and lulled Francisco Castell, Cuban radical accused of leadership in the dynamiting of the newspaper El Pais last September 20, in a raid on a radio station Monday. Castell died in a gunfight in a small station, located in a residential section of Havana. A companion, whom the police believed to be another El Pais dynamiter, escaped. Castell shot his \vay to freedom irom a midtown building which police had surrounded a few days after the explosion. He was leader of the radical secret society, Joven I Cuba, and was wanted for parti- I cipation in several kidnaping and | extortion cases. I Two police bullets struck him I today as he stood on the balcony I at the radio station, firing a .45 I caliber pistol at the raiders. ! Widespread radical roundups, pistol fights and death sentences have followed upon the El Pais dynamiting, in which four persons were killed. FOR SALE— E flat phone (Conn.). A 3013-LW. Alto Saxo- No. 1. P!i Foods A55 FOR SALE—Live rough fish: all winter; three cents per pound. Lower price on large quantities. Osborn Fisheries, Watcrvillc. Minn. " j Interest charged only on the un,7 | paid balance for the actual time "o [ used. j'| FREE INFORMATION C. L. Pine Loan Co. 221 N. Gci. FOR SALE—Fresh meat. Phone 23-F-4. j^_ Cerro Gordo Nash Co. _, Open Evenings t-0. Phone 636 116 S. Delaware Lodge Notices RKBEKAFl LODGE NO. 106 I. O. O. F. HALL ':"<) P. M. Mcc! First and Third Frl. of each month. F. N. C. A. First Thurs. of each month. MRS. U. W. DAVIS, N. G. Ph. 2329. MRS. WIN NUTTING. R. S. Ph. 34B-U. MRS. R. E. KOLWINSKA. V. S. Ph. 148&J Terms Open Evenings Folsom Auto Co, 19 Third St.- N. E. Phone 1174 HARDING LOOCE NO. 6-la A. F. AND A. HI. 7:^U P. M. Death Notices FOR RENT—New 3 in 2 rm. un- j furn. apt. 1st floor. 404 N. Wash, j FOR RENT—1st fl. arjt. 1897. SPECIAL 204 Weir Bldg.. Mason City. Iowa CROWLEY, John, 23, who resided at 911 Carolina Place southeast, died at a local hospital about 5:20 o'clock Monday morning following a lingering illness. Funeral arrangements had not been completed. The Randall funeral homo in charge. LOW COST LOANS You'll like Humphrey's friendly service ard liberal policy. 19 M: N. Fed.—Ph. 578 HUMPHREY fFINANCE COMPANY Real Estate Loans A8 MORTGAGE LOANS ON North Iowa Farms 4'._%-5% Mason City Real Estate 4',_%-5% Large fund life insurance and Private money. Choice Mortgages For Sale. HUGH H. SHEPARD 2 o'clock at the Patterson funeral i 502-508 Foresters Bldg. Ph. 284 home, with '.he Rev. C. E. Flynn. MACNAMEE, Lawrence, 50, died j at his home in Minneapolis Sat-1 urday following an illness 01 j about a year. Funeral services will i be held Wednesday afternoon at! RENT—4 and 3 rm. mod. apis, Sam Raizes. partly Houses for Rent 46 FOR RENT—Front hskpg. rms.. pri. ent. 703 S. Prcs. FOR RENT—1st class bungalow, 3 bedrooms, large sun porch. S40 ur.furn., S45 furn. Call Campbell, 590 days. 1568 evenings. FOR RENT—Upper duplex, 225n 14 S. E. Ph. 2338. mod. Large bags onions 29c. Clean up 30 ib. bags rutabagas 90c. Plenty apples SI.66 bu. Earl's Fruit Market 1603 S. Fed. Wearing Apparel 70 FOR SALE—Girl's warm sport coal and formal, size 11 2870. ted mcctlnc First Friday of each month, u. L. =, C. W. M. RAYMOND. , Plione 582 HAl^PHIDE. Stc'y. Phone 249 KOKOMO JONES LIES IN GRAVE 77 Year Old Army Cook Oldest Enlisted Man in A. E. F. CORNING. !'.'?)—The body of Kokomo Jones, 77 year old army \ Charles M. Smith and other offi- cook and oldest enlisted man in cers of the Marble Savings bank the American expeditionary force who were arrested some time awo GOVERNOR HELD ON BANK CHARGE Officers of Bank Arrested Once More on Charges of Violation. RUTLAND. (JP)— Gov. BENEVOLENCE LODGE NO! H3 A. f. AND A. M. 7:30 P. M. Special mectinp Monday, Jan. -i. Dinner at G:30 and R third degree at 8. G. L. WOOB. W M. D. 0. GILBERT. Sec'y. Household Goods 73 FOR RENT— Partly furn. house, water, lights, new FOR SALE j Quick-Meal range _____ j Magic Chef Range, like new trailer Electric hot plate oil pastor of the M. E. church in charge. Burial will be at Rock- Optometrists A15 in charge well The Patterson funeral home I GLASSES— We use the best quai- i '^ at a P r ' ce y° u can afford to | pay. Dr. Knutson, Opt., Weir Bldg. Auto Financing A16 VANHORN, Newton. 68. died a'. a local hospital about 1:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon from injuries received when struck by an auto near the W. P. A. camp Saturday night. Funeral arrangements had not been completed. The body will be taken to Jefier- Corporation Automobile Financing. 309 First Nat]. Bank Building. Phone 516. Seeds, Feeds 28 FOR SALE— About 40 tons good son. The Patterson funeral home | alfalfa hay. Inquire in charge. . Bros. Co., Ph; 134. of Beck In Memoriom A2 Business Opportunities 29 healer, access to bath, and phone 2440V/. laundry LEGAL NOTICE . NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. No. 4930 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the undersigned has been duly appointed .ind qualified as Executor or the estate of Mary E. Scncy. Deceased, late or Two gasoline pressure stoves __ ^ ^^ Leonard refrigerator, demonstra- j corio cordo county. AH persons tor FOR RENT— Jan. 1st a fine 5 rm bungalow, good location, No children. Ph. 3220. $40. Hot Point electric range, like new All prices for quick sale. CERRO GORDO MAYTAG CO. I ed to said estate are requested to make immediate payment: and Lhose having claims- asrainst (he present FOR RENT—5 rm. bungalow. 2477. FOR RENT — Mod. house, close in. Call 1549J. FOR RENT—5 rm. house, Call at 718 S. Penn. S15. FOR RENT—Mod. 5 rm. bungalow and gar. 732 N. Penn. $30. Phone 2113-J. FOR RENT—6 rm, strictly mod. house. 1414 North Virginia Ph. 441. FOR RENT—Heated basement. We wish to thank our neighbors , co '" neKr b "|Wing. 20x50, suitable and friends for the many kind- i for , barber shop 01- other commer- nesses and floral offerings ex- c ' al Purpose. Sam Raizes tended to us at the death of our dear wife and mother. A. F. Wagner and Children. FOR SALE—Citv service lunch room. Phone 1043. Funeral Directors 3 McAULEY Funeral Home—Complete service day and night. 8 S. Adams. Phone 651. MEYER Funeral Home—Dependable service. 126 Third St N. E. Phone 1505. PATTERSON Funeral Home—A service for those who care. Ambulance. 322 N. Wash. Phone 1140. RANDALL Funeral Home.Ambu- lauce service. 104 3rd St N. E. Ph. 511. C. E. Snipps. H. B. Major. Cemtterie. A3 MEMORIAL PARK— "The Cemetery Beautiful." Perpetual maintenance. I. O. F. Bldg. 172. 1827J Florists Help Wanted, Female 31 V.'ANTED—Beauty operator. Williamson's. WANTED—Exp. girl for housework. 24 llth N. E. Ph. 482. FOR RENT—6 rm. duplex, one of city's best; 3 bungalows, several houses. W. L. Patton, 109 E. State. Houses for Sale 47 FOR SALE — 5 bungalow, 22 Second N. E. Phone 2067 FOR SALE—4 burner gas stove. Home Town Gas and Oil, 422 N. Monroe. Phone 409. ihcm. duly authenticated, lo the undcr- j signed for allowance, and file Ui the office of the Clerk of the District Court. KAY SENEV. R. JS. Stanbcry. Attorney. Dated December llth, 103S. S. H. MacPcak, Clerk District Court. FOR cr. SALE—Williams oil burn- Good as new. Ph, 671, in France, lies in a grave here. Kokomo was buried with full military honors here Sunday as "buddies" of three wars, former Iowa Governor Dan Turner and Col. Claude Stanley of the Iowa national guard paid their respects. The minister who reviewed Kokomo's war record stated "he gave his eyesight and 40 years of his life to the service of his country. He did all he could. He was a true soldier." Private Frank Jones' only citation was the army report that he was the oldest enlisted man in the A. E. F. in France. Kokomo's army career began in 1893 when he joined K company of the Iowa national guard as a cook. "It extended through the Spanish-American, the Mexican border and the World wars. He escaped unwounded although his rolling soup 'kitchen fed K company of the famous Rainbow division through Champagne, Chateau Thierry. St. Mihel and the Argonne. A gas attack suffered in the j World war impaired his eyesight [ several years later. He died in the | -Iowa Soldiers' home last week. in connection with the concealment of theft at the bank, were real-rested Monday on charges of violating the banking laws. Those arrested besides the chief executive, who is president of the bank, were: Lathrop H. Baldwin, treasurer, recently convicted of perjury in the case: Samuel A. Howard and Bert L. Stafford, trustees. Stafford and Howard have not been tried in the previous ases. The actions are outcomes of the | defalcations of a former boon- keeper, John J. Cocklin, now serving a state prison sentence for the theft of bank funds. The charges brought against the quartet Monday were that they failed to make semi-annual audits of the bank's books and report to the trustees on such audits, and that they failed to mention Cocklin's defalcations. Saathoff, 65, Dies Near Ackley; Rites Will Be Wednesday ACKLEY—Funeral services for Ayelt Saathoff, 65, who died Saturday following 12 days illness due to a paralytic stroke Dec. 14, will be conducted at 1 p. m. Wednesday at the home east of Ackley and at the First Evangelical church at 1:30, the Rev. F. W. Wendland officiating in the English language and the Rev. J. M. Krafft of Cedar Falls in the German language. Mr. Saathoff was born Sept. 12, 1871, in Simomvolde, Germany, where he grew to manhood and received his training and trade of carpenter. He was married to Alida C. Buss on April 12, 1890. Together with his wife and family he came to America In 1902 settling at Ackley, later living at Wellsburg for two years, then at Abbott for 7 years and coming back to Ackley about 5 years ago where they have since resided. Surviving beside the widow are eight daughters and two sons, Mrs. Herman Rand, Shell Rock; Mrs. George Bodeker, Aplington; Mrs. Melvin Wolfe, Miss Jessie Saathoff. Des Moraes, Mrs. Edward Iowa; Lynch, Grundy Mrs. Durward Center, Castell, Bridgeport, Conn.; Mrs. Howard Everett of Mahoney City. Penn.; Mrs. Lee Wolfe, Rockford, 111. John Saathoff of Des Moines, and Henry of Ackley, one brother, John Saathoff of Elbow Lake. Minn., one sister, Mrs. Simon Weseman of Norcross. Minn. There are 18 grandchildren. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB TAX DEED FOR SALE—Cabinet radio and vacuum cleaner, like new. 1217 N. Madison. * Wanted to Buy 75 WANT TO BUY— Balloon cle. Phone 23-F-4. bicy- WANTED—Used furniture, stoves, Graham's. 204 S. Fed. Ph. 301 WANTED—To buy used cash registers, typewriters, adding machines. Ph. 1033. garage, full lot. Terms. $1500. 4 rm. house, close In, $1500. Geb. Van Every. Ph. 3933. WANTED—Used furniture. Joe Goss, 212 South Fed. Ph. 942. FOR SALE—Bungalow 4 rm;;. and bath, mod., fine location. A. L. Sherin. Phone 1888. WANTED—Lady bookkeeper and cashier. Write M-28. Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE—N. W. part, beautiful home, S. front, 2 blks. from Catholic ond public schools. Sec | J. A. Sullivan. Phone 83. Help Wonted, Male 32 WANTED — Man on farm this winter to help with few chores, more for home than wages. Write N-28, Globe-Gazette. WANTED—Single man on farm, exp. Write 2-28, Globe-Gazette. MEN—To operate route of confection and penny stick gum machines. If you are a live wire and can stand prosperity it will 4 pay to investigate our proposinonT LET Kembles plan your Holiday table decorations. Ph. 55 or 416. Exclusive territory. Small investment. Silver Products Co., Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. Lots tor Sale 48 FOR SALE—Nice lot E. State or F. P. Build to suit. Sm. down pyt. Bal. like rent. C. A. Holmen, Forma for Sole 50 BEST BUY in northern Iowa. 120 acre farm, all good black soil, tiled, tillable, fenced with woven wire, nice grove and orchard, average improvements. On main graveled highway, 2V> miles from town. Price S62.50 per acre. Loan S5000. Sanders & Sanders, Charles City. Iowa. FOR SALE--Unimproved 240 A. HiO A. tillable, this county, $3"i A. Manleys. Wonted to Rent 76 WANTED Hnuse to be used for club rooms. Owner to 'have privilege of living there in return for upkeep. Will pay rent, fuel and lights. Write R-28, GLOBE-GAZETTE Autos for Sole 79 COMPLETE ALL YEAR Air Conditioning •^7. House, Store, Office X J. H. MARSTON 107 1st St. S. E. LAPINER'S RELIABLE USED CARS 1935 Graham Little Six Fordor Sedan. Special S095 1935 Ford Tudor Sedan - S385 ! ]£3fi Plymouth Tudor S^dan S4 1 J5 Lapmer Motor Co. I'o Earnest Mirbcck: You arc hereby notified that on the _:nd day o:" December. 1935, the following described real estate, situated tn Cerro Gordo County. Iowa, to-wit; Lot 6 Block 1 East Park Place Addition lo Mason City, Iowa, was sold by the Treasurer of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa. to Gco. Moi'ty for the taxes and sidewalk assessment then due. delinquent, and unpaid thereon: and that the certificate purchased at lax sale. No. 13511 issued pursuant to said sale, was duly Issued by the said Treasurer to the said Ceo. Marty, and the said certificate was assigned by Gco. Marty to Wm. Henkc) and Carl A. Hcnkel. and the said certificate is now held by the said Wm, Hcnkel and Carl A. Hcnkel. and that the right of redemption from said sale will expire and a tax deed be made by the said Treasurer to the said Win. Hcnkel and Carl A. Henkcl for said real cst&tc pursuant to said .-,11 ic unless redemption thereof is made with- j in .ninety days from and thereafter the ; completion service of this notice upon j you. j That said sale was a scavenger sale j held under the provisions of Section I 72.w of ihc 1935 Code of the Stale of ' Iowa, Signed this 12lh day of December, A. D. 193(5. WM. HENKEL CAHL A. HENKEL MARTY &: BUTLER. Attorneys. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL Cerro Gordo County, ss. STATE OF IOWA. In District Court January Term, >y37 No. 4940 To All Whom it May Concern: 'pU ASE HEREBY NOTIFIED. That an instrun^ent of writing purporting to 3c tile last Will and Testament of Mary M. Pryor. Deceased, dated June 4. 1335, having been this day, filed, opened and read, Monday the llth day of January. 1937, is fixed tor hearing proof of same at the Court House in Mason City. Iowa, before the District Court of said Goun;y. or the Clerk of said Court: and at 2 o'clock P. M.. of the day above mentioned all persona interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they hsvc. why said nsT rumen t should noi be probated and 11 lowed as anti for the last Wj]] and Dated si Maso^i City. Iowa. Dcccmbei .Mh. 193G. S. H. MacPEAK. Clerk of District Court. AUNT HET By Robert Quillen f? "I don't covet great riches, but I'd like to be rich enough to break in a new pair o' silk stockin's every morning." Yule Decorations of Smiths and Addisons Found Best at Osage OSAGE—Mr. and Mrs. F::ed Smith and Mr. and Mrs. W .D. Addison were the two winners in ':he Christmas home decorating - contest sponsored here by the Osage Woman's club. The judging took place the evening of Dec. 26. Judges were Mayor Gus Swanson, Legion Commander Ray Donley Stanford to Teach Drama. STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Cal. (UP)—Stanford university hopes in the near future ~ to be able to show America what is the matter with the drama. A donation of $42,000 from the Rockefeller Foundation will enable the university to start its School of the Theater. and Arnold Bartsch, president of the Osage Chamber of Commerce. Decorations on the Smith home included two large evergreen wreaths encircling the two front bay windows with a red candle in the center of each and two large Christmas trees trimmed in blue lights on each side of the large window on the south which had a wreath and a red candle in it. The Addison home on North Seventh street had a large Santa Claus and his pack oh the south edge of the porch roof and a large three wise men silhouet in the window at the north end of the porch, lighted from within. . 1 Used 1934 Chevrolet Truck with stock rack LIVESTOCK SALE AT CHARLES CITY, IOWA WEDNESDAY, DEC. 30 60 - HEAD of HORSES - 60 All aces and sizes. \ few rood brood marc*. SELLING OF HORSES WILL BEGIN AT 11:00 O'CLOCK SHARP 350 - HEAD CATTLE - 350 Fat steers, fat heifers, fat c<i>ws, stock cattle. All weichts and ares. A few coed dairy cow:>—some fresh with calves at foot. A few close-up springers A few breedior bulls. Lot* of butcher cattle. CATTLE WILL BE SOLD RIGHT AFTER THE HORSES. SALE WILL STAR] 1 AT ll:«l A. M. SHARP LUNCH ON THE GROUNDS W. J. Murphy Sales Corporation PHONE 1324 — CHARLES CITY, IOWA

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