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14 July 16, 1948 Matan CHy Globe-CaieUe. Maien City, U. Midwest Livestock LOANS—«5 to 9300. State Financ* Co., 201 Weir bide- Phone 1038. Trend . * Good Butchers— 140-150 Ibs 150-160 Ibs 1CO-170 Ibs (FRIDAY'S Albert Lea. Minn. Steady 5.00 190-200 Ibs 180-200 Ibs '.'.'.'.'.'." $2825 200-220 Ibs . | 28 25 220-240 Ibs . $2825 240-270 Ibs ... $27.00 270-300 Ibs $2575 300-330 Ibs S2425 330-360 Ibs S23'25 Good Packing Sows— 270-300 Ibs $23.00 300-330 Ibs $23 00 330-360 Ibs $2275 360-400 Ibs $22.00 400-450 Ibs $2100 450-500 Ibs $20.25 500-550 Ibs $19.75 PRICES) Austin, Minn. Steady $20.65 $22.65 $23.65 $26.25 $27.75 $28.25 $28.25 $28.25 $27.00 $26.00 $24.25 $23.25 $23.00 $23.00 $22.75 $22.00 $21.00 $20.00 $20.00 Waterloo Steady $24.75 $26.25 $27.75 $28.00 $28.00 $26.75 $25.50 $24.25 $23.50 $23.00 $23.00 $22.75 $21.75 $20.75 $20.75 $20.00 Cedar Rapids Steady $27.75 $28.00 $28.00 $26.75 $25.25 $24.00 $22.75 $23.00 $23.00 $22.50 $21.25 $20.25 $19.25 $18.50 LOANS—See United Financial Service, 15>A N. Federal, over Ford Hopkins Drug Store. Phone 57. Hogs Manage Steady Hold Chicago, (/P) —Hogs managed to hold fairly steady Friday, but cattle were generally weak to 50 cents a hundred pounds lower. Sheep were unevenly 25 cents to $1 less. Most good and choice butcher hogs from. 375 down to 170 pounds sold between $23 and $29.50, the ^market-top, and sows took $18.50 to $24.75. Cleanup clearance for the weekend was called good. (U. S. D. A.) Salable hogs 5,000, total 7,000; slow, about steady on all weights and sows: top $29.50; most good and choice 170 to 240 Ib, S28.75(<J29.50; 250 to 270 Ib. ?27.50@28.50; 280 to 300 Ib. $26.35<R27.25; around 325 Ib. weights 525 and choice 375 Ib. butchers $23; good and choice sows under 350 -lb. $23© 24.75; 375 to 400 lb. §21(ff22.50; 425 to 450 lb. $19.75@20.75; heavier weights down to around $18.50 for 550 lb. averages; good clearance. Salable cattle 1,500, total 1.500; salable calves 200, total 200; generally weak to 50 cents lower; medium to good light yearling siteers and heifers $24<?T;35.50: good 300 Ib. yearlings $36; canner and cutter cows 515S7U8.50; common and medium beef cows slow at $19.50@23.50; sausage bulls acti\ T e. firm at $26 down; vealers steady at $32 down. Salable sheep 500, total 2,000; slow; spring lambs 50 cents lower; yearlings 30 cents to $1 lower; slaughter ewes fully 25 cents lower; good and choice native spring lambs $30fi.31; top $31; good to choice yearlings full wool sorts $26; odd head good to choice shorn native ewes $11.50©11.75. ESTIMATED LIVESTOCK RECEIPTS Chicago, (£>)— (U. S. D. A.)—Estimated salable livestock receipts for Saturday: 500 hogs, 500 cattle and 100 sheep. Local Livestock Steady. Good light Good light Good med. Good med. Good med. Good med. Good med. Good med. Good med. Good Good Good Good Good Good HOGS MASON CITY- -For Friday sows sows sows sows sows sows lights 1GO-170 $26.00 lights 170-180 S2V.00 weights 180-200 S28.00 weights 220-240 $28.00 weights 220-240 $28.00 weights 240-27O'S27.00 weights 270-300 S25.75 weights 300-330 524.23 weights 330-360 S23.25 270-300 S23.00 300-330 S23.00 330-360 $23.00 360-400 $21.75 400-450 $20.50 450-500 $20.50 Good sows 500 and up §19.50 No hogs received after 5 p. m. Jacob E. Decker & Sons CATTLE MASON q'lTY—For Friday Good steers and hellers $33.00-36.00 Good to choice steers and heifers S31.00-33.00 Good steers and heifers .... $30.00-31.00 Medium steers and heifers ... $27.00-29.00 Fair steers and heifers 521.00-23.50 Plain steers and heifers 518.00-21.00 Choice cows 521.00-23.00 Good cows 520.00-22.00 Medium cows $19.50-22.50 Fair cows 517.00-18.50 Good bulls 521.00-23.00 Medium, bulls 520.00-22.00 Bologna bulls 518.00-21.00 Canners and cutters 514.50-17.00 CALVES MASON CITY—For Friday Choico S28.00 Good S2G.OO Medium $21.00 Common. S18.00 Culls S14.00 CLIPPED 1AMI1S MASON CITY—For Friday Good to choice '. $22.50-23.50 Medium 519.50-20.50 Common 515.00-16.00 Culls 12.50 GENUINE SPRING LAMBS Good to choice 129.00 EWES Good to choice S 7.50- 9.50 Medium S 6.50- 7.50 Common and culls S 5.00- G.OO Stocks in Bad Turn New York, (fP) —The stock market took a sudden turn for the worse Friday following news that U. S. Steel Corp. had raised wages and planned to raise prices. A sudden rush to sell knocked prices down fractions to more than 3 points. Oils were particularly weak. Near the close of the day enough resistance developed to cut extreme losses here and there but there was no sign of a determined comeback. The market had coasted along in lower territory most of the day with a fair amount of business being transacted. Serious selling started between 1 and 2 o'clock and volume expanded. The day's total was headed for around 1,700,000 shares. Bonds were lower. Corn Price Goes Down Chicago, (#")—Corn prices weakened shortly before the close on the board of trade Friday, giving the entire market an easy undertone. The sell-off in corn developed at about the same time that weakness cropped up in securities and cotton in New York. Prior to the slump, July corn had acted strong, advancing nearly 2 cents at times on short-covering. Oats eased but wheat showed a little more resistance to the late slump. Cash dealers reported about 100,000 bushels of cash oats had been purchased on a to-arrive basis from the country before the close. Soybeans again dropped sharply, Prices were more than 25 cents a bushel under last Saturday. Weakness in various vegetable oils was considered mainly responsible for the drop, although good crop prospects also had a depressing influence. Wheat closed '/ift'i cents lower, July $2.27, corn was >/i<?i l^i cents lower, July §2.10'A© 3 /*, oats were *,'* to 2 cents lower, July 88!' 0 <<i88, rye was unchanged to !i cent lower. December $1.88!=. and soybeans were 5",'a to 6 cents lower, July 53.74. CASH LOANS $20 TO $300 1 DAY SERVICE f you need money for any worthwhile purpose come to Household or a loan on your salary, car or urniture without endorsers. Take up to 20 months to repay. Household Finance Corporation N. Federal Ave. Phone 541 CHICAGO GRAIN CLOSL (Friday's Market) Chicago, (/Pj— WHEAT— High Low July 2.27% 2.27 Sept 2.30?B 2.20'i Dec 2.32"» 2.31'n May 2.293a 2.28"< CORN— July 2.14'i Sept 1.81' 2.09'i 1.78',-i 1.60'n l.G2=!» Dec- 1.G1T* May 1.63?* OATS— July 90'B .88 Sept 82 5 » .81 Dec B3^ 4 .«:i May BS^B .S2' RYE— Dec l.BB^i 1 88 May 1.90 1.80 SOYBEANS— July 3,80 3.73 Nov 3.00 2.94 LARD— July 22.45 21,80 Sept 22.90 22.17 Oct 23.00 22.27 Nov 23.02 23.30 Dec 24.00 23.40 Jan 24.02 23.45 Cfose 2.27 2.29'i 2.31 'A 2.28!4 2.10V;, 3.74'U l.fil 1.62?;, .BB'i .81*4 .IW',8 .83 l.BS'.i 1.89 3.74 2.95 21.95 22.22 22.30 22.40 23.45 23.45 Mason City Grain (Quotations Farmers' Elevator) At 10 a. m. Friday No. 2 oats, 32 Ibs., 5 day 78c No. 2 oats, 32 Ibs., July 20 71c No. 2 oats, August 70c No. 2 yellow corn, 5 day ... S2.00 Soybeans, No. 2 $3.37 Soybeans, No. 2, Nov. 15 ... $2.65 CHICAGO CASH GRAIV (Friday's Market) Chicago, (/T>|—Wheat: No. 2 red S2.29 : !i; N'o. 1 hard $2.30. Corn: No. 1 yellow S2.23',i. Oats: Sample Krade heavy mixed 93c; No. 1 white S1.01fii,1.04 : >i. Barley nominal: Malting $1.60<al.95; feed Sl.20ffU.55. Soybeans: No. 1 yellow $3.74'i track Chicago. CHICAGO PRODUCE (Friday's Market) Chicago, </P) —Butter easy. Receipts 088,480. Prices unchanged to 1'i cents a pound lower. 03 score AA 82.5c; 92 A 80.5c; 90 B 77c; 89 C 74.5c. Cars: 90 B 77.5c; 89 C 74.5c. Eggs weaker. Receipts 22.307. Prices unchanged to 2 cents a dozen lower. U. S. extras 70 per cent nnd up A 46«.48c; RO to 69.9 per cent A 44(K46c; U. S. standards 39.5ff?;4:>'c; current receipts 38.5c; dirties 35.5Co.3Gc; checks 34r,/34.5c. Produce (Quotation by E. G. Morse) MASON CITY—For Friday Eggs, No. 1 44c Eggs, undergrades 33c Eggs, nest run 37c Heavy hens, 5 Ibs. up 27c Heavy hens, 4 to 5 Ibs. up ... 22c Light hens 18c Springs, heavy breeds 37c Springs, Leghorns 33c Old cocks, heavy breeds .... 15c Leghorn cocks 12c Eggs, at retail 43-53c Butter, Iowa State Brand 89c Butter, Corn Country 88c CHICAGO POTATOES (Friday's Market) Chicago, I!P)— (U. S. D. A.)—Potatoes; Arrivals 140; on track 444; total U. S. shipments 418; supplies liberal; demand fair; market firm to slightly stronger. Arizona Bliss Triumphs $5®5.25, Ions •whites S4@4.20. California long whites $4.10«r4.50. Missouri Cobblers ?2.75ffi!3, Hcd Worbns $2.50. Nebraska Red War- bns $H.40(^3.75. Tr^as Bliss --Triumphs »4.40<t£5. CHICAGO rOUI/TRY < Friday'R Market) Chleuro, W 1 )—(U. S. D. A.)—Live poultry: Slow. Receipts 23 trucks. Prices unchanged except fryers n cent a pound tower cutiidc at 3G<Q39c F. O. B. Death Notices 1 GAFFRI, William E., 73, died at his home, 312 Hampshire N. E., Thursday afternoon, following a !inj»erinR illness Funeral services will be held at 2 p. in Saturday at the Major Memorial chapel, with the Rev. C. A. Hinz, pastor ot Bethlehem Lutheran church, officiating Interment will be at Memorial Park cemetery. The Major funeral home i charge. UATBARGER. Mrs. Blanch A.. 47, wife of Percy Umbargcr, died suddenly at her home 2 miles east of Mason City Thursday afternoon. Funeral service: will be held at the Major Memoria chapel at 3:30 p. m. Saturday. Interment will be at Elmwood cemetery. The Major funeral home in charge. Funeral Director MAJOR Funeral Home. Phone 511 "Major Service Meets Your Need.' Auto or Air Ambulance. MEYER Funeral Home. A beautiful service need not be costly. • Ambulance service. Phone 1505. McAULEY & SON Funeral Home. A distinguished, dignified funeral service. Ambulance. 8 South Adams. Call 651. PATTERSON - JAMES Funeral Home Known for Service. Ambulance, oxygen equipped. 322 N. Washington. Ph. 1140 Lost, Found LOST—3 months old, brown and whit puppy. Finder please Phone 3&06-J. Money to Loon Auto Financing ALL MAKES OF CARS Lowest cost. INSTALLMENT LOAN DEPT. First National Bank MASON CITY ANOTHER FARM LOAN BORROWER MADE HAPPY He phoned us on Saturday. We Immcdl ately contacted our loan outlet. Fan was examined and security approved o Monday. You can't beat this service. Hugh H. Shepard Room 205 Foresters Bldg. Phone 2B F. H. A. LOANS for house repairs at th United Home Bank tt Trust Co. Money to Loon 8 NEED CASH? AUTO LOANS FURNITURE LOANS SIGNATURE LOANS $50-$250and Up Borrow "MONEY IN MINUTES" at . Federal Discount Corporation S'/i N. Federal Avenue Telephone 516 UP TO 20 MONTHS TO REPAY FARM loans 4%. No commission. Prompt closing. Pay as you like. Homey Realty. Phone 584. VACATION MONEY $50—$100— $150—$200 AND UP Vhy not enjoy a worry-free vacation? >50 costs only S3.00 when repaid in 3 nonthly installments. Larger amounts at repayment plans to fit your income. oans to meet other needs also. 25 YEARS FRIENDLY SERVICE Security Loan Co. Room 321 First Nat'l Bldg. Phone 412 Seeds, Feeds 17 FOR SALE Second Cutting BALED ALFALFA A. E. SIMMONS, Hampton or G. R. EVELAND, Phone 2046-W, Mason City 'OR SALE—Clover and timothy baled hav. Wire bales. Arnold Brunsvold, \a mi. N. W. North wood. Phone 4-F2. 'OR SALE—Baled hay. Reel clover and alsikc. 5'/i mi. W. Kcnsett, '.a mi. N. .eonard Hauge. Help Wtd., Male 20 WANTED—Responsible yoiuig man for deliveries and learn magazine distribution business. Good salary. Phone 2439-J after G. WANTED Furnace Installers with sheet metal exp. or without. Top Wages YEAR ROUND JOB In nearby town. WRITE L-14, GLOBE-GAZETTE WANTED Menl8to45Yrs.Old in Canning Dept. JACOB E. DECKER & SONS Wtd., Femle WANTED — Beauty operator. Exp. preferred. Salary nnd cormn. Phone 11 or write Box 431, Sheffield, Iowa. WANTED—Beauty operators to work in Damon's Beauty Salon. Air conditioned. Short hours. No night work except Friday iiiBht. Guaranteed salary, plus commission or commission basis. Vacation pay. plus store discount. Apply Eva Behrcns, manager. WANTED—Girl to care for 2 children days. 112>a S. Federal, Sat. afternoon. $125 to $150 month steady with room and board to right lady under 40 with best references for housework. Business man and wife in ultra modern, protcs- tant home in town near Mason City. Write A-16, Globe-Gazette. WANTED—Waitress. 11 a. m. to 7 p. m. Golden Oak Cafe. Wanted—Girl for Genl. Office Work Good working conditions. Apply GAMBLE ROBINSON CO. WANTED—Marker and silk Ideal American Laundry. presser ' WANTED 2 Exp. Night Waitresses and One Handy Woman in Kitchen of WITKE'S NEW CAFE, Clear Lake Also Exp. Waitress, 4 hours night's at WITKE'S BE ACPI LUNCH CLEAR LAKE Situation Wanted 22 WANTED—Work of any kind either ii or <,Mt of town. Maurice A. Osbornc IIO'J Bth S. W. Ph. 4220-J. Services Offered 27 AWNMOWERS sharpened Ht your home. Guaranteed. $1.50. Ph. 2185-J. ASHES and rubbish hauled; basements cleaned. Phone 5487-W. ~or Summer, Fall & Spring Repairs Call Walter Strand PHONE 5465-W Houses for Sole 35 FOR SALE—18-ft. factory built house trailer. Reasonably priced. L. Frasa- Seavcy's Trailer Camp, Charles mar, City. FOIi SALE—Duplex with 3 bcdrm., bath, liv. rm., din. rm. and kitchen on each side. Will give you good home and income. Beck Bros., Realtors. Ph. 134 or 4735-W after hours. MIRRORS resilvercd. Factory process. Guaranteed. Macket's. Phone 782. DEGEN hardwood floor service. Laying, sanding. Ph. 1672. OLDSMOBILE Sales and Service ZENORS Forms for Sole FOR SALE—160 acre farm. Well improved, good soil, 9 miles South on Highway 65. One of the best locations in Cerro Gordo county. If you are looking for a farm See Olcson Co., now, 21V-I South Fed. Ave., Mason City. Machinery 41 FOR SALE 10 New and Slightly Used Will sacrifice THIS NEW» liStory4Rm. Home Upstairs finished to give two extra rooms. Good location. Transportation.' School. PHONE 3728-J FOR SALE—4 room house. Lights, water, toilet, garage, good location. Near bus line, schools and stores. Easy to heat. $3,000. 729 llth N. E. Ph. 4122-W. FARMS FOR SALE 80 A., 191 A., 240 A., all well improved, well fenced, with Carrington and Floyd soil. All have been limed and seeded, and are very productive. Close to Riceville, Iowa. A. T. CLOUSE & SON Foresters Bldg. COMBINE S FOR SALE—Large selection southern Minn, farms. Write for bulletin. Johannsen Realty Co.. 422'/a N. Main. Austin, Minn. FOR SALE—Nice, 2 bedroom fcome with attached garage, oak floors, gas heat. Rent Cars, Trucks "DRIVE-'UR-SELF" LANE BROS., Inc. 804 Fourth St. S. W. Phone 447 Authorized Skelgas INSTALLATION AND SERVICE PHONE 5574 Egeland Skelgas and Appliance 18 South Dclawara Authorized Maytag Sales and Service CALL 162 Pick Up and Delivery Service HOME APPLIANCE CO. 201-03 S. Federal, Mason City WANTED—Work for tractor. Have mower, plow;; and dirt bucker. 4th St. S. W. Call In evening. 121 East Park Place. $8,950. Phone 1314 or 2374. C. R. Brown. HOUSES FOR SALE rm. partly mod. hse., S. W. .. . $4000.00 B rm. mod. bungalow, S. W. Sec. $6500.00 G rm. mod. hse , gas heal, garage. Central Heights $8000.00 9 rm. mod. hse., close in $12,000.00 G rm. mod. hse. Gas heat, sleeping porch, N. W $13,000.00 B rm. mod hse. Close in. Good ;arncr .' $10,800.00 Excellent Forest Park home. 5 rooms and bath downstairs 2 bedrooms and bath up ! $15.000.00 W. L. PATTON, 109 E. State St. FOR SALE— 60, 80, 90, 160, 200 acre improved farms. 120 and 200 acre unimproved. Gen. mdse. store; 2 homes. In Crystal Lake. A. R. Jansson, Crystal Lake. All makes. 7 GOOD USED TRACTORS 3 NEW CASE FIELD HARVESTERS. BRAND NEW CASE 10 Ft. DRILL ON RUBBER JIM DONAHUE Babcock Avenue ALBERT LEA, MINN. FOR SALE—120 A. farm In Cerro Gordo Co. Write L-16, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE—Nearly modern, 5 room bungalow, with furnace heat, water system, garage, 1 acre. Winnebago Heights. $0,500. C. R. Brown. Phone 1314 or 2374. FOR SALE 143 ACRES AT $70 PER ACRE 5 room house, barn, silo, chicken house, good gravel roads. Close to RiceviHe, Iowa. 160 ACRES AT $150 PER ACRE 8 room modern house, tenant house, full set of buildings, close to Mason City. Dave Ryan, Realtor PHONE 827 BINDER TWINE • Top quality, 1st grade Sisal. Insect treated, 90 Ib. tensil strength. $12 Per 50 Lb.-Bale Ward's Farm Store. FOR SALE BY OWNER NICE 3 Bedroom House Has Ige. living room and screened porch. Two car garage. Gas heat. Shaded yard. Well located. 115 SOUTH VERMONT OWN A FARM An unusual offering of 200 acres with 2 modernized homes. Level, Clarion and Webster soil with 40 A. pasture. 30 head Cowbarn; 16 sow Hoghouse, Silo, overhead crib, built-in elevator for 5000 bu. Splendid HARVEST NEEDS V F 4 WISCONSIN ENGINE Complete with clutch, engine-wise gear reduction. A E H ENGINE WITH CLUTCH BRIGGS STRATTON ENGINE WITH CLUTCH. 1 H. P. PHASE ELECTRIC MOTOR. Twine, Repair Parts for Innes Combint. Pickups. Peterson Farm Store Phone 268 Clear Lake FOR SALE—By owner: 6 room, modern house. Gas heat. Tel. 4475-W. FOR SALE BY OWNER leaving town: 5 rm.. I'/i story. Built F. II. A. Will G. I. Shown bv appointment. 828 9th N. E. Phone 4845-J. WANTED—Dishwasher for machine. Apply WUkc's Cafe. Clear Lake. AUTO and trucK repair service, Johnson Auto Repair. 14 Gth St. N. E. SEWING machine repairing and rebuilding—all makes. Parts and supplies. Mason City Appliance Store, 211 S. Federal. Phone 1103. FOR SALE—Black dirt, fill dirt del.; also ashes, rubbish hauled. Ph. 1G70-W. Salesmen 25 German Millet Seed STILL A FEW BUSHELS IN STOCK D eterson Farm Store Phone 268 Clear Lake Business Opportunities 18 FOR -SALE WELL DRILLING, PUMP REPAIR, WATER SYSTEM BUSINESS NEAR MASON CITY Doing fine business and have plenty of material in stock. Other nlerests reason for selling. WRITE W-15, GLOBE-GAZETTE WANTED—Salesman. An excellent opportunity is open for a gone! used tar salesman. Ford, Mercury nnd Lincoln dealership and we always have plenty of Rood cars to sell. A chance to make exceptionally good earnings nnd a por- innnunl position for Ihe mnti who can do tiie job. Write A-15, Globc-GazcHo. Services Offered 27 INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER MOTORTRUCK SERVICE STATION HOURS: 8 A. M. to 1 A. M. Monday through Friday. Close at 12 noon Saturdays. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO., 610-12 South Delaware Phone 3200 WRINGER ROLLS—All washers. Shop. 502 S. Federal. Saw FOR SALE—Tavern fully equipped. 20 miles to Mason. Doing 520,000 business yearly. Write N-15, Globe-Gazette. ICECREAM AND SANDWICH SHOP in Iowa college town. For sale or :rade on So. Minn, or No. Iowa [arm. Good gross. WRITE A-14, GLOBE-GAZETTE FOR SALE—Clean cafe. Uptown, with 14 year lease and doing good business. Write Postoffice Box 1005. Cafe, Soda, Beer N. C. Iowa town 800. Mod. apt. above. Money maker over 25 yrs. Good opportunity for bnked goods. This place is nice. Sell or trade for house. BOX 25, SWEA CITY, IOWA Help Wtd., Male 20 THERE WILL be 4 or 5 Globe-Gazette routes in Mason City open this month. I£ you are over 11 years of age, come in and fill out an application. Ask for Bob Brophy. WANTED—Ford tune up man. Have a permanent position open for a sharp tune up man, excellent chance for advancement to the man v.'ith the stuff. Call Service Mgr., Charles City Motor Co., Charles City, Iowa. W A NTED—EXPERIENCED SHOE SALESMAN One who Is interested in advancement. State age, experience and salary expected. Good position for the right parly. WRITE T-14, GLOBE-GAZETTE All correspondence confidential. WANTED—Someone to bale 100 acres of straw on shares. Alfred J. Peterson 5'/a mi. W. of Kensctt. WANTED—Married man for farm worlc. Sep. house. Write D-15, Globe-Gazette. WANTED Men for Shocking Oats Also 2 or 3 Good Monthly . Men Top wages. AppJy at once to KINNEYFARMS 9 Miles N. W. oC Mason City MELVIN ECKARD, Foreman Our Business is TIRES PASSENGER, TRUCK AND TRACTOR Prompt attention given to service calls. J &L Tire and Supply Co. Jack Murray Lloyd Farrcr 125 FIRST ST. S. E. RADIATOR SERVICE We give you more for less cost Proper Cooling . is one of the most important functions of your car. Try us for service. CENTRAL AUTO 25 First S. W. WORTH THE MONEY Inspect this 3 Bedroom Home, close to Roosevelt School. Gas heat, new roof, large lot and garage. BECK BROS. REALTORS Phone 134 After hours call 4735-W around $20,000 location. Takes cash to handle, above long term 4% loan. A splendid short Quarter at only $150 per A.! Webster and Clarion soil, all cropland! Aver. Bldgs.; lights. Good ,Jay, tiled. Been in family 75 years, Burchinal territory. Crop speaks for it. Buy while it is available. CEMENT MIXERS 7 models to choose from. A size for big or small jobs. 4 blade construction mixes swiftlj r . IMMEDIATE POSSESSION FOR SALE AT CLEAR LAKE Modern Furnished 5 Room Bungalow 2 bedrooms, garage, full basement. Will be sold on contract., WRITE BOX 261, CLEAR LAKE Good 160 A. few miles from Clear Lake at $162.50. Has been priced at $185 but want to settle estate. Probably $12,000 cash would be enough and get a loan for balance. Stuart Realty Co. Clear Lake FOR SALE—120 acre improved farm, Clear Lake, by owner. Write N-14, Globe-Gazette. .95 and up Ward's Farm Store Livestock for Sole 42 FOR SALE—Springing and fresh Holstein. heifers and cows. Inquire at Arnold Dieterich, 2 mi. S. of St. Ansgar. FOR SALE—Keg. Milking Shorthorn bulls. Calves to serviceable age. Ray StecnbioL-k, Buffalo Center, Iowa. Farms for Rent 40 FOR SALE—One of the best brick homes in town. For information call 2343-J. FOR SALE—Clean. 4 bedroom home. Stoker heat, water softener, hot water heater. 113 23rd St. S. W. FOR SALE—Small house in Central Heights with water system. $2,500. C. R. Brown. Phone 1314 or 2374. FOR SALE—Good, 3 bedroom home with attached garage, stoker heat, automatic hot water, oak floors, fireplace, 1 block Monroe school, on paving. 510,500. C. R. Brown, Realtor. Phone 1314 or 2374. FOR SALE—New, used house trailers. S. Broadway Trailer Sales. Albert Lea. Instruction 28 COMPLETE yaur hlfrn school at home in spnrc time with American School. Texts furnished. Diploma awarded. No Classes. Booklet tree. Write American School. Dept M., P. O. Box 672. DCS Moincs, la. Rooms for Rent 32 FOR RENT—Clean room for penllemen. Phone 3(145-J. FOR RENT—Rooms for gentlemen. 421 N. Adams. Ph. 322,1-W. FOR BENT—50-50 basis: 245 acre stock and grain farm. List stock and machinery and give references in lit letter. Write G-14, Globe-Gazette. Machinery 41 FOR SALE—Sow and 8 pigs. Grafton, Iowa. Joe Ford, FOR SALE—Shetland pony. Ph. 1878-W. FOR SALE—A Gleanor 6 ft. combine, like new, complete with motor and scour clean; also straw spreader. Adams Implement Store. Osage Iowa. WANT combines, windrowers, cornpickv ers and other machinery, horse and pr. binders. See. call or write, Harry at Bruno's, 1 mi. S. of Northwood on 65. FOR SALE—8 ft. I. H. C. binder, wind- rower. Bruno's, 1 mi. S. Northwood. FOR SALE—Spike tooth A-6 combine with motor. E. R. Doane, l^j mi. S. and 1 mi, W. of Thornton. Houses for Rent 34 WANTED—By experienced bookkeeper- accountant rapnbln of managing department, worlc in or out of city. Write L-14, Globe-Gazette. If You Want the Headaches Taken Out of Your Car TAKE A BIG DOSE OF McKibben & Bryan Service At 5 South Pcnn. Ph.1835 Co I KELROYS441 For Repairing and Replacing GUTTERS AND DOWNSPOUTS AUTO REPAIR ALL MAKES OF CARS H & H MOTORS Sales—PACKARD—Service 12 Seventh St. S. E. NORTH IOWA WALL MASTERS WALL WASH ING by Machine HOMES AND COMMERCIAL Buildings Free Estimate. FRANK AND BILL TENNEY Phono B12 niO North Federal WANTED—Open ditch work. Crock straightcnlnK. Raymond SclHilU. Mnr- blc Rock. Ph. 157, FOR RENT—5 rm. partly f'.irn. house in Highlands. 244 7lh St. S. E. Phone 23H1-J. Houses for Sale 35 FOR SALE—I rms. nnd bath, nuto. oil floor furnace, hardwood floors, inlaid linoleum. Sfi.850. 1111 Kith N. E. FOR SALE—Cheap: Nice largo house, 2Vj lots. Inquire 303 N. Elm, Cle.ir Lake. FOR SALE—Several homes and vacant lots. See L. H. Rud, 20 Vx S. Federal. NEW HIGHLANDS HOME— Here is a very fine two bedroom home of top quality construction, ready to occupy on August 1st. Here are some of the features that make this house a real home: Garage with overhead door and reinforced concrete drive, heavy 3 /4" oak flooring throughout, beautiful chrome bathroom accessories, plenty of cupboards in the kitchen, double sink unit with swing spout and spray fixture, fluorescent cabinet light over sink, plenty of lights and outlet plugs, lots of closet space, landscaped complete with shrubbery, gas heat, large attic which can be finished into one or two additional rooms. F. H. A. & G. I. financing. If you are looking for an outstanding home in the best part of Mason City, this is it. See Associated Builders, Inc., 309 First National Bank Bldg. FOR SALE—J. D. "B" tractor and cultivator. Overhauled, new rubber. Max Weiss, Nashua, Iowa. FOR SALE—36 ft. to 48 ft. double chain elevator. Adams Implement Store, Osage, Iowa. FOR SALE—By owner: 3 bedroom house, modern. Has large living room with fireplace, heated stm porch, double garage. Phone 2075-J. FOR SALE—Story and '.i modern. Clear Lake home. Built in ''If). Best of materials throughout. Excellent room arrangement. In fine condition. 2 B. R. down, '2 up. Gas furnace. Attached ga- ragr. ?12.0ftO. Stuart Realtors, Clear Lakr. FOR SALE—A comfortable 2 bedroom bungalow in Enst Park Place Addition. Clean as a new dime. Fully modern with n full iol and a ganige. Will sell for SMOO. Only $1,500 down. The rest like rent. J. 13. YnmiKblond and Son. Ph. .3fi. FOR SALE—One 28-in. Advance-Rumley separator. Good shape. Etherington Hakes, 6 mi. S., 1 ml. W.. *-. mi. S. o£ Clear Lake. COMBINES NEW AND USED These combines are all 5 and G ft. machines, perfect shape and ready to go. We have anything you want. Kramer Motor Co. PUPS FOR SALE WHITE COLLIE and SHEPHERD CROSS PUPS. Natural heelers. LINCOLN GOLL 1 Mile East and J Miles South GARNER FOR SALE—Shetland pony, 6 yrs. old. Gentle and well broke, saddle and bridle. 3 mi. E. on 105, 1 mi, S. of. Lake Mills. la. Ben Brackey. Misc. for Sate 44 FOR SALE—One set of World Book Encyclopedia; girl's bicycle; cabinet radio and sewing machine. Phone 4837-W. Hampton, Iowa Phone 377 FOR SALE—Threshers: 28 inch John Deere, late model; 28 in. Wood Bros.; :i 28 in. McCormick-Decring: 22 in. Me- Cormick-Deerins; 26 in. Wood Bros. Phono 47TJ-W before 8:30 a. in. FOK SALE—Bale ties. New stock at lowest cash prices. Adams Implement Store. Osage. la. Cottages A35 FOR RENT—Desirable Clear Lake cottage for balance of season. Close in; close to Inltc. Available only due to change of plans of present tenant. $200 IhrouRh Sept. 15. Stuart Realtors, Clear Lake. FOR SALE—10 FT. McCORMICK DEERING POWER BINDER With one man control. WALTER ZUEHLKE 3 Miles West on 106 and 1 Mile South Mason City. Phone 214-R-2 Phone 268 Clear Lake FOR SALE—Cub airplane. 40 H. P. Just relicensed. Excel, cond. throughout, $500. Ph. 3918-J. FOR SALE—Pop com machine. Genutna Holcomb auto, machine in 1st class operating cond. Ph. 5797 after 5 p. m. FOR SALE—A very 32 inch thresher. Ready to go. Price $150. Inquire 17 on 2 Phone, Forest City, In. FOR SALE—Portable mill and truck. Both 20 mos. old. A-l cond. Fine territory. J. O. Hammond, 313 E. Main St.. Clear Lake. FOR SALE—12-ft. refrlg. suitable for commercial use, farm use or large family. Guaranteed in 1st class cond. Call 3466. WEED-NO-MORE Kills weeds. PESTROY destroys pests. In packages to suit your needs. Currie-Van Ness WE HAVE in stock box cameras and ' folding cameras at Lock Photo, 26 tod N. E. Ph. 553. CARGILL OUTSIDE WHITE PAINT 45% Lead Base Peterson Farm Store For Immed. Delivery Tubs, Lavatories, Toilets, Sinks, J \ Heaters, Septic Tanks, Pipe and Fittings. Patrick Plumbing 629 South Carolina FOR SALE—Cheap, outside toilet. 205 28th St. S. \V. Lots for Sale 36 FOR SALE Permanent Lake Shore Home ON'EAST SHORE 5 rooms and complete bath. Modern Wtchcn, gas heat. Carpeted; furnished. Fine 40 ft. lake frontage! dock and boat rack. A. M. CALLANAN CLEAR LAKE FOR SALE—Nearly new 27-ft. Travcl- mnstcr trailer house. 3 rooms, dec. refrig., plenty closet space. Excellent cond. Call 120-J, Hampton, la., for information. Here Is a Real Buy New, well built 4 room home. Electricity, well, etc. Located in Ventura Heifiht.s. Mall and schoolbus by the door. Prici- $2,")0n. Terms if desired. JIM ANDERSON 1MJ .South Fourth Clear Lake FOR SALE IN WILLOWBROOK ADDITION LOT NO. 1, BLOCK 16 Located on Circle Drive on west Fide. This lot has a 210 ft. frontage on the lagoon. CONTACT DR. M. L. HALE 121 E. Park Road, Iowa Cily, Iowa Acreage 37 FOR SALE—Acreage. Possession within a few days. Mrs. Fred .Tanssen, '/a South of Plymouth, Iowa. FOR SALE—20 acres with buildings. 1 mile North 1 mile West of Rock Falls. For Sale-3.75 Acres With Garage 36 ft. X 22 ft. East on Highway 105 out of Northwood, Iowa. Priced $3500. EARL WINTERTON Phone 350-LJ Humboldt, Iowa Farms for Sale 39 FOR SALE 180 ACRE FARM Worth county. Possession March 1. SEE LESLIE BOOMHOWER 19i East State GET New Machinery WHEN YOU CAN We have on h.~,i<d ready to deliver the following: One New Idea Hay Loader. One Coby P. T. p. Manure Spreader. One Massey Harris, 2-16 Plow on Rubber. One New Idea, Air Tire Wagon. One Lindsay Air Tire Wagon. One Lindsay Steel Flare Box, I2D Bushel. Four Wood Flare Boxes, 100 Bushel. Two Steel Single Chain 32 ft. Elevators. One- Steel Double Chain 32 Ft. Elevator. Two Caswcll Hydraulic Manure Loaders. Two Harvey Hammer Mills. Two Harvey Cylinder Shellers. Two 1G Inch Diskmore Discs. Two One H. P. Electric Motors. One lib H. P. Electric Motor. SPECIAL PRICE ON D. D. T. AND 2-4-D AND SPRAYERS One Reconditioned W. C. Tractor, like new, with cultivator. One 2-14 Slat Plow. One I. H. C. Ensilage Cutter, like new. One I. H. C. Two Row Corn Binder, A-l condition. One 3 H. P. Electric Motor. One De Laval Separator, new bowl ami tin ware. Sec vis at all times for new and used equipment. Esslinger & Mullan Special FLY RODS $10.95 Tonkin Cane, Extra Tip. Cloth Carrying Case. Just the Thing for Those Streakers. Sears Sports Dept PHONE 212 CLEAR 'LAKE FOR SALE—1938 F-20 Fnrmall on rubber, complete with cultivator nnd lift. Recently overhauled. Roy Trcttln, 2 ml. E., I'.i mi. S. of Grafton. FOR SALE—Combine. Case A-6. G-ft, A-l cond. Earl Htnrlchscn, 2 mi. E. of Rock Falls. Ph. 207. FOR SAt.K—1 nearly new Maxsey-IInrrls 7-ft. power mower; 1 Haymnstrr hay bucker nnd stacker with manure loader. P. M. Strand, Manly, low*. RENT OUR Floor Sanders Waxers Paint Burners Spray Guns SHEPHERD PAINT AND WALLPAPER 27-29 First St. S. E. Phone 1362 STONEWARE, LIPPED WATER PITCHERS 89c each IOWA TEA CO. 29 East Slate

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