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20 July 14, 1948 M»»»n City Glob«-G»»eUe, Ma»on City, U. Midwest Livestock Trend Good Butchers— 140-150 Ibs 150-160 Ibs. $25.25 160-170 Ibs. /. •. $26.25 170-180 Ibs $27.25 180-190 Ibs • 190-200 Ibs. ..- „ 180-200 Ibs $28.50 200-220 Ibs $28.50 220-240 Jbs $28.50 240-270 Ibs $27.25 270-300 Ibs $26.00 300-330 Ibs $24.75 330-360 Ibs 523.75 Good Packing Sows— 270-300 Ibs $23.25 300-330 Ibs $23.25 330-360 !bs $23.00 360-400 Ibs $22.25 400-450 Ibs $21.25 450-500 Jbs $20.50 500-550 Ibs $20.00 (WEDNESDAY'S PRICES) Albert Lea, Austin, Minn. Minn. Steady Steady $20.00 $22.90 $23.90 $20.50 $28.00 $28.50 $28.50 $28.50 $27.25 $26.25 $24.50 $23.50 $23.25 $23.25 $23.00 $22.25 $21.25 S20.2S $20.25 Waterloo Steady $25.00 $26.50 $28.00 $28.25 $28.25 $27.00 $25.75 $24.50 $23.75 $23.25 $23.25 $23.00 $22.00 $21.00 $21.00 $20.25 Cedar Rapids Steady $27.75 $28.25 $28.25 $27.00 $25.75 $24.50 $23.50 $23.00 $23.00 $23.00 $22.00 $20.75 $20.25 $20.00 Livestock Prices Down Chicago, (/P) —With the receipts Wednesday the highest for a Wednesday in a month and the week's run to date heading for the biggest delivery in several months, prices were as much as 75 cents lower. Some grades and classes were steady, however, and heifers at $39.00 set a new alltime high mark. The previous peak was $38.25 paid June 28. Hogs were steady to 25 cents lower with a top at §30.00 and butcher prices ranging downward to $21.75. (U. S. D. A.) Salable hogs 9,000, total 11,500; market unevenly steady to 25 cents lower; most decline on butchers over 250 Ib. and on sows over 400 lb.; moderately active early but closed slow at decline with indications of poor clearance; top $30; most good and choice 170 to 240 lb. $29.251(1)30; 250 to 270 lb. $28© 20; 280 to 300 lb. $26.50^27.75: 310 to 330 lb. $25©26.50; heavier weight butchers scarce; good and choice sows under 3GO lb. $23®25.50; weights under 300 lb. at $25.50; good 375 to 425 lb. sows $21.50f(f 23; 450 to 550 lb. $19.50<ti:20.75; around 600 lb. weights' $19© 19.25. Salable cattle 11,000, total 11,000; salable calves COO, total GOO; fed steers and yearlings steady to 75 cents lower; medium and good grade steers off most; heifers steady to 50 cents off; largely steers run; early top $40.50 on mature steers; $40 on yearlings, and $39, all time high, on 975 lb. heifers; cows steady to 25 cents lower; canners and cutters SIGH 20: good beef cows $26<f;.28; bulls firm at $26 down; vealers steady at $32 down. Salable sheep 1,500. total 2,500; spring lambs ?o rnnis lower: yearlings and ewes steady; good and choice native spring lambs $31.50(0:32: top $32; some good 70 lb. spring lambs $31: 3 decks good and choice shorn yearlings with No. 1 pelts $28.50iTi29; deck medium to good grassy kinds $25; load cull and common 91 lb. western ewes $Q; few choice shorn native ewes up to $12. ESTIMATED LIVESTOCK ItECEIPTS (Wednesday's Market) Chicago, (/P)—(a. S. D. A.)—Estimated salable livestock receipts for Thursday: 8,000 hogs, 5,000 cattle, and 1,500 sheep. Local Livestock HOGS MASON CITY—For Wednesday Steady. Good light lights 1GO-17Q S26.25 Good light lights 170-180 $27.25 Good med. weights 180-200 528.25 Good med. weights 220-240 S28.25 Good med. weights 220-240 $28.25 Good med. weights 240-270 $27.25 Good med. weights 270-300 S2S.OO Good med. weights 300-330 $24.75 Good med. weights 330-360 $23.50 Good sows >. 270-300 $23.00 Good sows 300-330 $23.00 Good sows 330-360 $23.00 Good sows 360-400 $22.00 Good sows 400-450$21.00 Good sows 450-50U $21.00 No hogs received nCLer 5 p. m. Jacob E. Decker & Son= CATTLE MASON CITY—For Good steers and heifers Good to choice steers and heifers Good steers and heifers .... Medium steers and heifers ... Fair steers and heifers Plain steers and heifers Choice cows Good cows Medium cows Fair cows Good bulls Medium bulls Bologna bulls Canners and cutters Choice Good ... Medium Common CuII» ... CALVKS MASON CITY—For Wednesday S33.00-3G.OO $31.00-33.00 $30.00-31.00 $27.00-29.00 $21.00-23.50 $19.00-21.00 $21.00-23.00 $20.00-22.00 .S19.50-22.r-,0 $17.00-18.50 $21.00-23.00 $20.00-22.00 $18.00-21.00 $14.50-17.00 Wednesday $28.00 S2G.OO 521.00 $18.00 SU.CO CLIPPED T.AMFIS MASON CITY—For Wednesday Good to choice $22.50-2.'{^0 Medium $19.50-20.50 Common $15,00-1(5.00 Culls 12.50 GENUINE SPUING LAMBS Good to choice J29.00 EU'ES Good to choice $ 7.50- 9.50 Medium $ B.50- 7.50 Common and culls $ 5.00- 6.00 Stock Prices Become Firm New York, (/P)—Demand for steel shares helped put the stock market on a firm price footing Wednesday. After a number of feints toward higher prices, steels late in the day finally pulled ahead and stayed there. Buying spread to the rail division, which had also been under mild pressure earlier. Elsewhere gains and losses were well mixed. Volume picked up as the market veered ahead with the day's total running a bit above Tuesday's 1,200,000 shares. Produce (Quotation-by E. G. Morse) MASON CITY—For Wednesday Eggs, No. 1 . 44c Eggs, undergrades 33c Eggs, nest run 37c Heavy hens, 5 Ibs. up 2Gc Heavy hens, 4 to 5 Ibs. up ... 21c Light hens . 17c Springs, heavy breeds 36c Springs, Leghorns 33c Old cocks, heavy breeds .... 15c Leghorn cocks 12c Eggs, at retail 43-53c Butter, Iowa State Brand 89c Butter, Corn Country 83c CHICAGO PRODUCE (Wedneiday's Market) Chlearo, (/P)—Butter firm. Receipts 823,159. Prices unchanged except 'A cent n pound higher inside on 90 score at 70c. Egg a top firm. Balance uneasy. Receipts 20,703. Prices 1 cent a dozen higher to 1 cent lower. U. S. extras 70 per cent and up A 4B'ij;4nc; 60 In Gn.9 per eent A 44<ci'4C.5c; U. S. standards 40r,i, 43.5c; current receipts 39c; dirties 36.Sc; •hecks 35c. Corn Showing Only Strength Chicago, (/P) — The July corn contract showed the only real strength noticeable on the board of trade Wednesday. At times this delivery was ahead more than 2 cents with a good part of the buying coming from cash grain houses. Action of wheat offered little cause for cheer among those who hold the bread cereal. Both the July and May contracts sank below $2.28 a bushel at times, putting them under the government loan level here for cash wheat. The loan is $2.29 for No. 1 hard wheat. As in the past, the government followed the market in its wheat buying program. It was bidding 5A cents a bushel over the Chicago September future when that future sold at $2.29i or below. This was a reduction* of 1 cent in the premium and } cent in the base price. Wheat closed unchanged to 5 lower, July $2.27|, corn was ^ lower to 3i higher, July $2.08i-J, oats were unchanged to i lower, July 88J-89, rye was 2A-23 lower, December $1.873, and" soybeans were 7.? to 8 cents lower, July $3.87-i-i. CHICAGO GRAIN CLOSE (Wednesday's Chicago, (,T>— WHEAT— July .. , Sept. ... Dec. May ... CORN— July High 2.28!i 2.30 2.31 >ii 2.08U Sept l.ROU Dec 1.62^4 May l.53~.» OATS— July 89>' 3 Sept (52 '{i Dec 83 5 s May 8S 3 i RYE— Dec 1.83'a May 1.88' • SOYBEANS— July 3.94 Nov 3.10 LAUD— July 22.80 Sept 2;i.27 Oct. 23.40 Nov Dec 24.57 Jan Market) Low 2.27'i 2.29V* 2.31 2.27 : ii 2.04 U 1.78 l.Gl'l. .B2 1.8R 1 /-! 1.0(5 3.87 la 3.Ofi 22.70 23.10 23.20 24.37 Close, 2.27 5 ,, 2.29% 2.31' J ,i 2.08'i 1.793« 1.02 :.C3',i .88' » .R2' n .R3 3 ii .83'.;. 1.87 ; i4 1.88 3.87 Hj 3.0C',i 22.75 23.10 23.20 23.37 24.37 24.60 Mason City Grain (Quotations Farmers' Elevator) At 10 a. m. Wednesday No. 2 oats, 32 Ibs., 5 day 79c No. 2 oats, 32 Ibs., July 20 ... 77c No. 2 oats, August 79c No. 2 yellow corn, 5 day . . . $1.90 Soybeans, No. 2 $3.68 Soybeans, No. 2, Nov. 15 ... $2.70 CHICAGO CASH GRAIN (Wednesday's Market) Chicago. W;—Wheat: No. 1 hard S2.29%. Corn: No. 1 yellow S2.15U; No. 2, $2.15f.(.2.15 : !.'i; No. 5, S2.07'.a. Oats: No. 2 white g.V.'.c. Barley nominal: Malting $1.60<Ti 1.95' Iced Sl.20ucl.55. Soybeans: None. New York Stocks By the Associated Press Am Tei & Tei 154J. Anaconda Cop 38.',. Bendix Aviat 35i" Beth Steel 37J. Boeing Airplane 25i. Chrysler Corp 643. Gen Elea 40g.. Gen Motors 64i. Illinois Central"4] J. Int Harvester 33£ Montgom Ward 57 1 NY Central RR 18£. Radio. Cor p. L4 Sears Rnebuck 40.1. Stand Oil ind 51 1 Stand Oil NJ 85.',-. Texas Co 65 US Steel- 83|! Oklahoma Warned of Extra Dry Summer Norman, Okla., (U.R)—A geography professor predicts July and August will be the driest months Oklahoma has had in 28 years. The prophecy comes from C. J. Bellinger, associate professor of geography at the University of Oklahoma. He has developed index figures on relation of planets to the sun. He says when the indices are low it indicates drought. N. Y. to Hear Vienna I'rimadonna Vienna, (fP) — Ljuba Welitsch, mezzo-soprano primadonna of the State opera in' Vienna, will be the first Austrian, singer to appear at the Metropolitan opera in New York since the war. Madame Welitsch, who recently scored a number of triumphs at the Coven t Garden in London, has been invited to sing the title role in "Salome" and "Aida," the Donna Anna role in "Don Giovanni" and the part of Desdemona in "Othello" during the coming season. CHICAGO POULTRY, {Wednesday's Market)' ' Chicago, W)—(U. S. D. A.)—Live poultry; Fowl steady. Balance weak. Receipts 2{ trucks. Prices unchanged except 1 cent a pound lower on roasters at 42c and fryers 36®43, F. O. B. Death Notices 1 BOYLE, Clyde S., 67. Lanark, 111., died at a local hospital Tuesday at 3:30 p. m., after a short illness. Funeral services will be held at Lanark Friday. Bvirial will be at the Lanark cemetery. The Meyer funeral home in charge. PION, Staff Sgi. Louis J., Jr., bombardier on a B-26, was killed in action over France on Sept. 5, 1944. Services will be held Thursday at 2 p. m. at the Major Memorial chapel, with Doctor Paul A. Peterson, pastor of Wesley Methodist church, officiating Interment will be at Memorial Park cemetery. The Major funeral home in charge. Card of Thanks I WISH to thank all my many friends and neighbors for cards, flowers and gifts sent to me during my recent illness. I will always remember my kind hearted nurses on third floor at Mercy Hospital and especially the blood doners. Mrsi Vern Guttorinan. SOUTH ST. I'AUL LIVESTOCK (Wednesday's Market) South St. I'aul, (U.R)—(U. S. D. A.— Livestock: Cattle 4,100. General slaughter cattle trade moderately active; steers, heifers, cows fully steady; hulls strong to 50 cents higher. Two loads choice-to-pritne 1,230 and 1,302 lb. steers S-IO. equalling all time high locally. Numerous loads top good-choice steers, yearlings S37<U 39, good 34«i 3G.50. Load choice l.OOfi lb. heifers S38, new record top for class. Good hifers mostly $33«j 35.50, medium steers, heifers S27o>3&. common S22*i 2fi.f>n. Choice grain fed cows to $28, bulk good grasscrs 523^25, c o m m o ii-m c d i u m S19.50f(i;22.50. canncr-cu'Uer SKiiii.ia.SO, beefy cutters SI9. Medium-good bulls $25.50. cutter-common S19ra22.50. Stoek- ers, feeders firm: package choice 923 lb. fleshy feeder steers S31. Sprinkling good stockcrs $25?! 27. G o i> d-cholce dairy cows S22 to $300. Calves 1.700. Vealers steady •«> 51 higher; choice SXt)r«, 32, few S33, gpod $26^29, coji\n\on-Jiie- d'.um Slfift(25, culls $13^/15. Hogs 7,0(30. Opening sales good-choice 170 to 230 Vb, barrows, gilts on shipper accounts 25 cents higher at. S2!).25, other bids on most hogs steady. Good-choice light sows 23 Cents higher at S23.50. Average costs, weights Tuesday: Barrows, gills .525.57, 2.78 Jbs.; sows 522.34, 358 Ibs. Sheep 1,000. Less than 500 mixed offerings on sale early, market not established. Some buyers talking lower on slaughter lambs. Funeral Director MAJOR Funeral Home. Phone 511. "Major Service Meets Your Need." Auto or Air Ambulance. Money to Loon 8 PAID IN FULL Wouldn't it be a wonderful feeling to have all of your next m o n t h's statements show this stamp . . "Paid in Full" Whether you need $50, $100, $200 or more, we have a plan lo suit your income. Loans on just your signature, car, furniture, farrr equipment or other collateral. Phone, write or come In! UNITED Financial Service •'Family Finance Counsellors" Serving North towans Since 1M27 iSVa North Federal Phone 57 Over Ford Hopkins Drug Store VACATION MONEY $50—$100—$150—$200 AND UP Why not enjoy a worry-Irec vacation? $50 costs only S3.00 when repaid in 3 monthly installments. Larger amounts at repayment plans to fit your income. Loans to meet other needs also. 25 YEARS FRIENDLY SERVICE Security Loan 'Co. Room 321 First Nafl Bldg. Phone 412 Help Wtd., Male 20 EDUCATIONAL SALESMAN AMERICA'S outstanding trade school teaching 7 popular mechanical residence and home study courses has an Immediate opening in this area for an experienced school salesman one capable of earning in excess of $6,500 per year. This is an unusual proposition and only high type man need apply. Training approved under G. I. bill. Write giving complete data including phone number. Robert E. Ewintf, Sales Manager, Commercial Trades Inst., 1400 Greenlcaf Ave., Chicago, Illinois. WANTED—EXPERIENCED SHOE SALESMAN One, who is interested in advancement. State age, experience and salary expected. Good position for the right party. WRITE T-14, GLOBE-GAZETTE All correspondence confidential. Services Offered 27 AUTO and true* repair tervlce. Johnson Auto Repair. 14 6th 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 ditt del.; also ashes, rubbish hauled. Ph. 1671MV. House* for Sole 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 DEGEN hardwood floor service. Laying, sanding. Ph. 1672. WRINGER ROLLS—All washers Shop. 502 S Federal. Saw WANTED—Help for general work in Farmers' Creamery. Year around job Experience preferred but not necessary if willing to work and learn trade. Call or Write Paul Engen, Farmers' Creamery, Wesley, Iowa. TRY OUR FARM LOAN SERVICE Prompt service, liberal approvals. No commission or appraisement fees. Long time loans. Liberal pre-payments. Low interest rates. Let us know your wishes. HUGH H. SIIEPARD Room 205, Foresters Bldg. Phone 284-285 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 G51-. PATTERSON - JAMES Funeral Home. Known for Service. Ambulance, oxygon equipped. 322 N. Washington. Ph. "iHO. Personals DRIVING to California, L. A. and San Francisco. July 17th. Will lake 3 or 4 passengers. L. R. Thomas, Floyd, Iowa. Lost, Found LOST—Billfold at Surf Sat. night. Keep money. Return to G39 S. Van Buren. FOUND—Car keys in coin purse, some change. Identify and pay for ad. Ph 1936-J. Seeds, Feeds^ 17 WANTED 1000 BALES Second Cutting ALFALFA HAY WALT VI N ING Phone 68-J-3 Osage, Iowa WANTED Driver Salesman MAKE UP TO $80 Weekly commission—the more you sell, the nior-j you make. $40 minimum guaranteed for slow season. Apply in person. PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. 2210 South Federal OLDSMOBiLE Sales and Service ZENORS FOR SALE—2 B. R., living room, dining room, kitchen, bath, garage, lovely yard, N. E. sec. $8,950. Will G. I, at $1, 400 down. 12 years old. Phone Romey's, 584. WALLPAPER hanging is our business. Phone 3441-W. Rent Cars, Trucks "DRIVE-'UR-SELF" LANE BROS., Inc. 804 Fourth St. S. W. Phons 447 WANTED—Boys for part time work. IS years or older. National Tea Store. WANTED — Waitress. Apply Park Inn Coffee Shop. HAVE OPENING FOR 2 SALESGIRLS between 20 and 45 years of age. ALSO ALTERATION LADY Apply in person at BARON'S, 6-8 South Federal Authorized Skelqas INSTALLATION AND SERVICE PHONE 5574 Egeland Skelgas and Appliance For Sale by Owner Houses & Cottages Located in Forest Park, Mason City, and Clear Lake All built of top quality construction. See or write C. E. BUSH or EARL BUSH 202 Lakeview Drive, Clear Lake Phone 170-W Farms for Sole 39 FOR SALE 160 ACRE FARM, Fairly well improved, 12 miles S. W. of Mason City. About $9500 cash will handle, balance first mortgage at 4%. Mutt sell. OLESON CO. ., 2l'/a S. Federal Ave. Mason City, Iow» OWN A FARM An unusual offering of 200 acres with 2 modernized homes. Level, Clarion and Webstei- soil with 40 A. pasture. 30 head Cowbarn* 16 sow Hoghouse, Silo, overhead crib, built-in elevator for 5000 bu. around $20,000- cash to handle, bu. Splendid location. Takes above long term 4% loan. FOR SALE—5 rm. all modern house in Rockwell. Terms to responsible party. See Ordean DeVary, Mack's Market. 173(5 S. Federal. 18 South Deiawar* WANTED—By elderly woman room and board in private home. Will pay $25 per week. Write M-14, Globe-Gazette. WANTED—Beauty operator. Exp. preferred. Salary and comm. Phone 11 or write Box 431, Sheffield. Iowa. WANTED—Cook or waitress. Call 4241 or write Box 3, Manly. WANTED'-White or colored lady between 16 and 32 to help with housework, cooking, care oC 2 children. Perm. W r ritc A-12, Globe-Gazette. WANTED—Exp. Clear Lake. waitress. Grill Cafe, Money to Loan CASiTLOANS 8 S20 TO $300 1 DAY SERVICE If you need money for any worthwhile purpose come to Household for a loan on your salary, car or furniture without endorsers. Take up to 20 months to repay. Household Finance Corporation 117i N. Federal Ave Phone 541 NEED CASH? AUTO LOANS FURNITURE LOANS SIGNATURE LOANS $50-$250 and Up Borrow "MONEY IN MINUTES" at Federal Discount Corporation 19!a N. Federal Avenue Telephone 51G UP TO 20 MONTHS TO REPAY F. H. A. LOANS for house repairs at the United Home Bank & Trust Co, APPLY BY MAIL FOR THE EXTRA CASH YOU NEED $25 to $300 Employed men and women, .single or married, can borrow from n.s on .signature alone or security such a.s furniture or car. Convenient monthly payments. One-day service. Mail your application TODAY. Business Opportunities 18 Our Representative will be in Mason City, July 14. 15, 16, 17, IF YOU WISH TO BUY OR SELL A BUSINESS CALL MASON CITY 515. Phillips-Gray Co. "BUSINESS EXCHANGE" 2-8376 602 S & L Bldg., Des Moines MA IDS WANTED Apply HOTEL EADMAR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALE—bulk plan?-, small town near Mason City. Includes '46 Ford truck—18000 miles. 5 underground tanks, power takeoff, meter, small plot of land. All for less than cost of equipment. CAFE—small town near Mason City. Doing good business. $4500 takes it. CAFE—in Mason City. Good location, good lease a dandy. Romey Realty Co. PHONE 584 Cafes, Hardware stores, Taverns, Hotels, Ballrooms, Tourists camp, Grocerys, Lockers, Filling Stations, Dry Cleaning, Bakery, Theatres, Drug Sundry, many others in Central and North Iowa. Phillips-Gray Co. "BUSINESS EXCHANGE" 2-8378 G02 S & L Bldg. Des Moines I need $ Name Address Phone Employed by How long I have credit at Salary $. NEW YORK VKOHtiCE (Wednesday's Markr.l) New Tork, (^—Prices for CRR.S were irregular in the wholesale market. Eggs 20,472. New York spot quotations follow: Mfrlwestcrn, mixed colors: Fancy heavyweights SS'ATrSSc; extra. No. 1 large 50ft Sic; extra, No. 2 large 47<ft:4nc; extra, No. 1 medium 4G l /i<f<.4f)c; standards, No. 1 44'/i<(C45c; dirties 4Hi<fi42c; checks 37(fi)37'/ a c. Butter 1,174,600. Firm. Wholesale prices on bulk cartons: Creamery, higher than 92 score and premium marks A'A 83tfi'fl4c; 82 score A COftBIc: 1)0 score B 7(li?t7fl'/<c; SO score C 7flc. (New tuba usually command li cent a pound over the bulk carton price i. Cheese 420,6(M5. Steady. Prices unchanged. Phone, write or come in. 'State Finance Co. Room 201 Weir Bldg. b W. State Over United Cigar Store Phone 1038 CASH to solve your money problems. Our monthly repayment LOANS are promptly and conveniently arranged. INSTALLMENT LOAN DEPT. First National Bank MASON CITY ICECREAM AND SANDWICH SHOP in Iowa college town. For sule or trade on So. Minn, or No. Iowa farm. Good gross. WRITE A-1.4, GLOBE-GAZETTE Wanted—Girl for Geni. Office Work Good working conditions. Apply GAMBLE ROBINSON CO. Authorized Maytag Sales and Service CALL 102 Pick Up and Delivery Service HOME APPLIANCE CO. 201-03 S. Federal, Mason City FOR SALE—By owner: B room, modern house. Gas heat. Tel. 4475-W. 3 Bedroom House FOR SALE TO SETTLE ESTATE A-l location and condition, gas heat, li blocks school, double garage, auto, hot water. Only $10,500. WRITE K-13, GLOBE-GAZETTE A splendid short Quarter at only $150 per A.! Webster and Clarion soil, all cropland! Aver. Bldgs.; ights. Good lay, tiled. Been in tarnily 75 years, Burchinal territory. Crop speaks for it. Buy whil? it is available. 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 ba enough and get a loan for balance. Stuart Realty Co. Clear Lake FOR SALE—5 rm. house. Automatic hot water, garage. Priced $5.700. See Guild, 34 2nd N. E. Ph. 867 or 1589. Services Offered 27 ROOMS papcieu; inside painting. Phone 28GU-W. PAINTING and papering. For free estimate call Mr. Scales. Ph. 1G34. LAWNMOWERS sharpened at your home. Guaranteed. 51.50. Ph. 2185-J. BOY WANTS any Phone 3956-W. kind o£ odd jobs. 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 Worth the Money Inspect this 3 bedroom home, close to Roosevelt school. Gas heat, new roof, large lot and garage. BECK BROS. REALTORS Ph. 134. After hours call 4735-W FOR SALE—Farms. 80 A., $10,500; 185 A., S75; 160 A., 5115: 330 A., $27,500; 159 A., $12,000. All well located and good improvements. Chas. Reilly, New Hampton, Iowa. Forms for Rent 40 FOR RENT—50-50 basis: 245 acre stock^ and grain larm. List stock and machinery and give references in 1st letter. Write G-14. Globe-Gazette. FOR RENT—5 A. good pasture. Hanford, la. G. S. Renshaw. Machinery 41 HOUSES FOR SALE 4 rm. partly mod. hse., S. W. . . $4000.00 G rm. mod. bungalow, S. W. Sec. 56500,00 6 rm. mod. hse., gas heat, garage. Central Heights 58000.00 9 rm. mod. hse., close in 512,000.00 fi rm. mod. hse. Gas heat, sleeping porch, N. W. ?)3,000.00 8 rm. mod. hse. Close in. Good earner ." $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. ASHES and rubbish hauled; basements cleaned. Phone 548V-W. ATTENTION COTTAGE OWNERS Famous Coleinan gas floor furnaces can now be installed for seasonal use. KELROY'S Phono 4-11 137 Fourth St. S. W. Help Wtd., Male 20 WANTED — Man to learn bakery Apply Clear Lake Bakery. trade. 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 THERE WILL he 4 or 5 Globe-GnzeUe routes in Mnson City open this month. If yon nre over It years of npe, come In nml fill out an application. Ask tor Dob Brophy. TRACTOR SERVICE — ON — Magnetos Radiators Valve Grinding Carburetors Battery Ignition CENTRAL AUTO 25 1st St. S. W. Go to McKibben & Bryan Service at 5 S. Penn. for that EXPERT SIMONIZE JOB RADIATOR BACK FLUSH WHEEL PACK GENERAL TUNE UP - 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 Phone 812 310 North Federal FOR SALE—Nearly modern, 5 room bungalow, with furnace heat, water system, garage, 1 acre. Wimicbago Heights. $6.500. 1314 or 2374. C. R. Brown. Phone FOR SALE A real little dream home. NEW, VERY ATTRACTIVE Ci. Lake Bungalow High in livability—low in upkeep. $11,000. STUART REALTORS, Clear Lake FOR SALE—Clean, 4 bedroom home. Stoker heat, water softener, hot water heater. 113 23rd St. S. W. FOR SALE—3 2-54 Autman-Taylor sep- erator; 25-40 Rumley tractor, complete with belts. A-l running condition. Verne Dawson, Dows. Ph. 1304. FOR SALE—"B" John Deere. Starter and lights, gas manifold, hydraulic lift. A-l cond. With or without Quick Tatch cultivator. 92194. Toby Jurgens, Latimer, la. Ph. FOR SALE international . 3-14 Plow on rubber. Hi-Speed Slats. Used 2 years. -' FRANKLYN BUSEMAN 3 Miles West, >-. Mile South of K!emm«« FOR SALE—One '41 model Franklin fast charger; 1 Drednot hydraulic curb Jack; 1 Speedmaster wheel balancer. All in excellent condition. Wade Vasbinder, 1108 N. Carolina. Ph. 271 or 1785-J. FOR SALE—Massey Harris Clipper combine with pickup attachment. 1st $750. Edgai- Parker, Marble Rock. FOR SALE—Red River Special 28 inch threshing machine with 100 ft. drive belt. Good cond. Chris Schroeder, '•: mi. E.. 3 mi. N. of Clear Lake. Our Business is TIRES PASSENGER, TRUCK AND TRACTOR Prompt attention given to service calls. J &L Tire and Supply Co. Jack Murray Lloyd Farrer 125 FIRST ST. S. E. WANTED—Care ol children by week. Excellent qualifications. Phone 34B5-W between 1 and 4:30 p. in. MAN wants Job running combine. Experienced. Call 304 bet. 7 mid 0 p. m. EXPERIENCED lady bookkeeper and typist desires position. Ph. 2034. WILL CARE for children in my home by the hour, day or week. Close in. PI). 5091-J. For Summer, Fall & Spring Repairs Call Walter Strand PHONE 5405-W MIRRORS rcsilvered. Factory process. Guaranteed. AIncket's. Phone 7B2. Instruction 28 COMPLETE your school at home in spare time with American School. Texts furnished. Diploma awarded. No Classes. Booklet tree. Write American School. Dept. M., P. O. Box 672, DCS Moines, la. TEACHER of Saxophone and Clarinet. Beginner class starting now. Ph. 2049-W. Trade Service 29 WILL TRADE used gas stove lor dvesser or dressing table. Ph. 570, Y. W. C. A WILL TRADE 7 rm. house in Mason City ns part payment on 80 A. farm. Write B-13, Globe-Gazette. Rooms for Rent 32 FOR RENT—Rooms for gentlemen. 421 N. Adnms. Ph. 322H-W. FOR DENT—Sleeping rim. Men or working couple. 32U 2nd St. N. W. FOR RENT—Airy sleeping room, tleman prcf. Ph. 4392-W. Gcn- Apts. for Rent 33 FOR RENT—Furn. apt.; slpR. rm.; cabin 213 E. South St.. Clear Lake. Ph. 548-W Houses for Sale 35 FOR SALE—One of the best brick home: In town. For Information call 2343-J FOR SALE—Nice, 2 bedroom home will attached RarnKe, oak floors, «as heat East Parlc Place. S8.050. C. R. Brown Phone 1U14 or 2374. FOR SALE—+ rms. and bath, auto, o! floor furnace, hnrilivood floors, inlaid linoleum, $G,B50. 1111 Ifith N. E. FOR SALE—Duplex with 3 bedrm., bath llv. rm.. din. rm. mid kitchen on cacl side. Will give you good home and in come. Reck Bros., Realtors. Ph. 13 or 4733-W nfter hours. Here Is a Real Buy! New, well built 4 room home. F.lcclrlclty, well, etc. Locntccl In Vcntur, Height*. Mall and schoolbus by the door Pricu S2")0n. Terms if desired. JIM ANDERSON 114J South Fourth Clear Lake 'OR SALE—1847 American trailer hous*, 25 ft., all equipped. Less tha.i 100 mi. 2,250. Kozy Korners, Dows, Iowa. OR SALE—By owner leaving town: 5 rm.. 1'i story. Built F. H. A. Will G 828 9th N. E. Ph. 4845-J. FOR SALE—Small house in Central Heights with water system. §2,300. 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 jlock Monroe school, on paving. 510,500. R. Brown, Realtor. Phone 1314 or 2374, FOR SALE—New, used house trailers. S Broadway Trailer Sales, Albert Lea. 'OR SALE—Several homes and vacant lots. See L. H. Rud, 20V 3 S Federal. FOR SALE—Newly remodeled. 5 room house. Gas heat. Call at 105 21st S. E. •"OR SALE—8 rm. all modern house. Oak floors and finish, full lot, 3 stall garage. 31 14th N. E. after 5 p. in. FOR SALE—New 2 bedroom house at Manly. Auto, gas heat, good location. Very good buy. Terms SI.500 down, 550 mo. Ph. 4491 Manly, bet. 8 and 12 n. in. or evenings. FOR SALE 3 BEDROOM ALL MOD. HOME, automatic oil heat, double garage, 2 lots, fruit trees. Leaving town ALSO 7 AND 6 ROOM HOME All in Plymouth, Iowa Dave Ryan, Realtor Phone 827 Cottages A35 FOfl RENT— Desirable Clear Lake cottage for. balance ot season. Clnse In- close to lake. Available only due to change of plans of present tenant, S200 thrfmgh Sept. 15. Lake. , Stuart Realtors, Clear Lots for Sale 36 FOR SALE—1 choice lot on 2Gth S. \V Inquire 804 S. Maryland. Ph. 1068. FOR SALE—Lot in Oak wood park a Clear Lake. On Highway IOC. S200 Sti:art Realtors. FOR SALE Case Hammer Mills, 8-10-14 Inch, ase Trailers Without Tires §118. Portable Air Compressors. Enderes Sprayer With Corn Borer Attachment. Perfection Milkers. Farm and Home Freezers. Tractor Umbrellas. 1—1943 (C) Allis Chalmers Tractor With Cultivator. NORTH IOWA . FARM STORE Headquarters for Advanced Farm Practices 706 South Federal Phone 982 FOR SALE McCorm.-Deering 8 Foot Combine First class condition. Mason City Implement Co. FOR SALE—One John Deere R-ft. grain binder. Wm. L. Hamblin. Ph. 214-R1, Mason City. FOR SALE—Ford-Ferguson 7-foot mower. Agricultural type. Lester Diegel, Nora Springs. FOR SALE—Innes pickup and windrow feeder for A.-C. fiO combine: also good hay rack. D. L. Schofield. Rockwell. FOR SALE IN WILLOWBROOK ADDITION LOT NO. 1, BLOCK 16 Located on Circle Drive on west side. This lot has a 210 it. frontage on the lagoon. CONTACT DR. M. L. HALE 121 E. Park Road, Iowa City, Iowa Acreage 37 FOR SALE—30 acres with buildinfis. 1 mile North 1 ir,lie West of Rock Falls. For Sale-3.75 Acres With Garage ac ft. x 22 ft. East on Highway 105 out of Northwood, Iowa. Priced S3500. EARL WINTERTON Phone 350-IJ Humboldt, Iowa Farms for Sale 39 FOR SALF.—120 acre Improved farm, Clenr Lake, by owner. Globc-Gnzettc. Write N-14. FOR SALE—Lnr«c selection southern Minn, farms. Write for bulletin, Jo- nann.sen Realty Co., 422V» N. Main, Austin, Minn. FOR SALE 10 New and Slightly Used COMBINES All makes. 7 GOOD USED TRACTORS 3 NEW CASE FIELD HARVESTERS. BRAND NEW CASE 10 Ft. DRILL ON RUBBER JIM DONAHUE Bc-;bcock Avenue ALBERT LEA, MINN. POWER TOOLS Ward's have a complete tine of POWER TOOLS for your shop. See the new complete power tool—5 tools in one .. . saw, lathe, drill press, sandcr, buffer $159.95 Montgomery Ward FOR SALE—193B F-20 Farmull on rubber, complete with cultivator and HfU Recently overhauled. Roy Trcttin, 2 ml, E., I'.i ml. S. of Grnfton. FOR SALE—Combine. Case A-p 6-;t. A-l cond. Enrl Hlnrlchscn, 2 ml. E. of Rock FHlls, Ph. 207.

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