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K MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY J 1935 FIFTEEN Now Is the Time to Buy Farm Bargains Such as Listed on Want Ad Page Classified Advertising Information Fifteen cent* a Una flwt Insertion. Ten cent* a Una tor each coosecuUv* »ub- ·equent insertion. (Count five avtragu word« to In* "tie. 1 Seven Insertions ari clveo for tU« prict CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ADVERTISING 70 cents per column Inch eacn insertion. A discount of 15 per cent wHl be allowed on al) classified advertisements t*W tor at th* Urns of insertion or mrt later ihaD t days thereafter. No credit extended lor ulawtfted advertising U theft ii an account thirty days aid or more. Ah out-of-tWD ao» art payable in ad- TBnce. All rcfunda on Want Ada must be called for within 30 days of tfca cancellation date of the order. Minimum cnargt tor single advertisement, 26 cents. Answer to "blind" advertisements mudt be addressed to the letter stated In thi ad., care of the Globe-Gazette. Under no circumstances will the Globe-Gazetto rveal the name of those Inserting "blind" -dvertlse- nicnts. PHONE 3800 Lost and Found Situation Wanted 33 LOST--Grip containing valuable papers Friday. Return to W. A. Strand, 1640 N. Del. Reward. Money to Loon 8 MONEY TO' LOAN on Mason City home. Alliance Investment Co. Phone 849. NEED MONEY) This well financed company can make Immediate Loans Anywhere in North Iowa Up to $300.00 On Personal Property. See, Phone or Write FREE INFORMATION C. L. Pine Loan Company Diagonally Opposite 1st Natl. Bank 204 Weir Bldg., Mason City, Iowa 8 a- m. and 6 p. the Ad Taker. and ask for INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classification! are numbered according to the position In irhlcJi they appear In the section. 17 Acreages .-A48 Agents 36 Apis, tor Rent _ « Amusements 7 Auto Accessories £2 Autos for Sale -- 19 Auto storage ...A79 Auto Trucks So Auto Repairing . 81 Beauty Parlors .. la Board, Room ... ta Bonds .... A a Burial Vaults ...A 3 BU S . Materials .. « Business L o c a * tlons _ 37 B u s iness Opportunities 28 C a r e s . Restaurants .. Card ol Thanks 2 Chiropodists 13 Chiropractors ... 3-t Cleaners. Dyers .. 18 Cottages A46 Death Notices .. 1 Dentists . A37 Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 Educational Opportunities o Ele-trfcaJ service 61 Employment Service A3l) Farms tor Sale .. 50 Farms for Rent..A5Q Farm M-acnlnery 51 Florists · * Foods Ai5 Funeral Directors 3 Furs S Garage fo: Bent 68 Garage for Sale D« Gardens _ 41 Gifts So Help W a n t e d . with inv Help w a n t e d . Female Help W a n t e d . Male XI Help W a n t e d , Male. Ffcmale .A3e Hide. Wool. Furs 78 Household c-O"rts "3 .. 30 31 Souses for Sale 47 Houses for Rent -IB instruction ........ 3b Investment ID In Memorlam . ..A 2 Job Printing 20 JLaundries 21 Livestock for Sale 52 Location Wanted 65 Lost and Found B Lots for SaJo .,. fe Machinery 04 ilslH 22 Misc. tor Sale TM. h5 Misc. for Kent .. £6 Money to Loan. Mortgages ..,-Monuments .. Musical instr. Nursery Stock Optometrists .....A.15 Offices for Rent ti? Office Furn. Fix. A J 63 Office EqulpL .. fi* Osteopaths ........ 15 Painting, Decor.. 24 Personals ' Photographers .,, 25 Plumbing, HtR .. '2 Poultry, Eggs ,- 7i Radio Supplies . Real Estate .... Rooms t'Ji Rent 44 Sale or Trade ..A3J- Sale or Rent «,..A-17 Salesladies ...... 3-1 Salesmen ii-* 1 Seeds, Feeds 28 Serv, Offered ....A33 Situation VVtd, .. M Stamps, Coins . .A74 Stationery Tl Stocks 72 Summer Cuitaecs 67 Swap Service ... 3E Travel Bureau --A f Trade or Exch. .. 42 Upholstering .... H Wtd. to Borrow.. 71 Wtd: to Buy .... 7S Wtd. r Misc. . ..-.AT.'' Wtd. to Rent *6 Wearing /-pparel 70 9 ..A 4 -,, 58 . 27 Death Notices ELWOOD, Marvin Joe, 14, was drowned while swimming in the Winnebago river north of Mason City about 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Funeral services will be held at the Patterson funeral home Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock, with the Rev. A. W. Schmidt of the Free Methodist church in charge of services. Burial will be at Memorial Park cemetery. The Patterson funeral home in charge. RHOLL, Henry Oscar, 52, died at his home, 124 Sixth street southeast, about 2 o'clock Sunday morning following a long illness. Funeral services will be held at the Trinity Lutheran church Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, with the Rev. O. L. N. Wigdahl in charge. Burial will be at Elmwood cemetery. The Patterson funeral home in charge. WINTERS, Mary Ellen, 76, died at her home, 416 East State street, about 12 o'clock Monday noon, following a long illness. Funeral services bad not been arranged Monday. The Patterson funeral home in charge. Funeral Directors McAUUET 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 114U. RANDALL Funeral Home--Ambulance service. 104 3rd St. N. E. Ph. 511. C. E. Snipps, H. B. Major. Florists CALL KEMBLE'S, Ph. 55, for all varieties of spring plants and flowers for outdoor planting. Personals SPENCER lightweight corset, girdle or corselette corrects figure faults. Mrs. Jones, Ph. 3856. $50 FOR $4.50 for 5 months. NEW LOW KATE Other amounts in proportion. SECURITY LOAN CO. 331 First Natl. Bldg. Ph. 412 GROUP ALL Y O U R DEBTS HAVE ONE PLACE TO PAY-Sounds good, doesn't it? Why have ten or more little bills pressing on your mind when its really so easy to eliminate aU of them and have only one? Loaning* money to people who need such help 13 our business . . . and we can lighten your load. We'll loan you iip to $300 within 24 hours, without any "outsiders" knowing anything about it . . . and you can repay the loan any way you care to . . . in a. month, a year or 20 months. Don't keep worrying about your bills . . . write or come in and see us today. United Financial Service F. M. HUMPHREY, Mgr. 3 Doors East of Courthouse Phone 1414 Mortgage Money available for loans on Mason City residence properties. Construction or refinancing loans. Good terms. E. W. Clark Co. 204 Forester's Bldg. MONEY FOR ALL PURPOSES We make cash loans up to $300 on your Auto, Furniture, Diamond or other persona] property. Cars refi nanced and payments reduced. HOME Loan and Finance Co. 204 Forester's Bids. Insurance 11 INSURE YOUR CROPS against hail before it is too late. See us. Weatherly Realty Co., 8% 2nd S. E. Housekeeper, 24, neat, reliable, educated, small daughter, in modern home, small family, reasonable wage. Write O-l Globe-Gazette. Services Offered A33 Mowers sharpened. H. W. Hathorn. LAWN Mowers sharpened on our Electrakeen machine cut clean. Saw Shop, 228 S. Fed. Ph. 782. Salesmen 35 EDUCATED, intelligent salesmen lo call on doctors; straight commission. Send references Hollinga- Smith Co., Orangcburg, N. Y. Mfg. Chemists. SALESMAN wanted at once. Man with implement experience preferred. Call at 115 E. State. Houses for Sale 47 Household Goods 73 FOR SALE--New 6 room house, cheap. Inq. at 1011 North Fillmore, Mason City. FOR SALE--5 rm. bungalow Forest Park ?5000; 5 rm. mod. house $2250; 5 rm. partly mod. $1300; ·( rm. house $1000; 4 rm. house $725. Kehm Land Co., Ph. S27. FOR SALE--5800 for 5 rm. mod. year round home, Camp Grounds, Clear Lake. Inq. at light house station. FOR SALE--Mod. 7 rm. and bath house and lot. Small down payment. FOR SALE- Living rm. furn.. excellent cond. 424 8 S. E. Ph. 2173. FOR SALE--Electric refrigerator, good as new. Ph. 2017. FOR SALE--Ice box. gas range, stove, table, bed. 211 2 S. W. FOR SALE -- Coleman pressure gasoline stove, like new; 1 kitchen cabinet; 6x9 congoleum rug. Ph. 2679LJ. 844 3 N. W. FOR SALE--Gas stove. 25 20 S. E. FOR SALE---Washing machine, writing desk, also kitchen table. Balance like rent. Write X-l, Globe- ( 9 2 2 14th N W Pli 17S7 Gazette.' Farms for Sale 50 5 MEN' WANTED TO WORK WITH DEALERS Five of our largest Iowa dCHlcrS have Immediate openings for salesmen to follow up locul leads. Ts'o canvassing or high-pressure. Steady employment, with rapid promotion and earnings to producers. You must he able tfl start within 10 days. Write, giving age, present earnings, experience, In first letter. Address K-3, GLOBE-GAZETTE FOR SALE--113 A. well imp. Win- ncbago county, fine location, nice home. O. B. Anderson. Forest City. FOR SALE--One of the best imp. V, sec., 587.50; 160 fair bldg., $42.50 per acre; 40 A. imp., .?2200. Kehm Land Co.. Ph. 827. FOR SALE--Farm, 52.000 down payment buys 360 acres stock and grain farm. Beck Bros. Ph. 134. FOR SALE--Improved acreage. Write G-29, Globe-Gazette. Swap Service 38 Wanted to Buy 75 WANTED TO BUY -- Saw mill, good condition and reasonable. Write G-28. Globe-Gazette. WANTED -- Used furniture. Joe Goss, 212 South Federal. Ph. 942. WANTED--To buy killer horses for fox feed. Phone 551 during day or 3364, evenings. WANTED--All kinds of used furniture. Call us before you sell. Grahams. Phone 301. Wanted to Rent 76 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. Replies are to be called for at the Want Ad counter. For every line over 3 lines, besides 10 cents for each answer, regular rates will be charged. SWAP--Light model Sinks spray gun for 12 gauge Rern. shotgun. Write YY-1, Globe-Gazette. FARMS FOR SALE . Helm: JfiO A. 8'/ 2 mi. S. E. Mason City on gravel road--nil tillable, j New barn, other buildings repaired. Miller: ]59 A. 5 ml. S. Clear Lake, highway 107--all tillable, build- Ings fair. Other farms in Cerro Gordo, M i t - chell, Worth and neighboring counties. Liberal terms, Write or Call J. B. THOMPSON Farm Supervisor Hampton, Iowa Instruction 39 HENRY FORD PROPOSES DIESELS Diesel Engine Power is sweeping the world and trained engineers and mechanics are needed everywhere for Big Pay Jobs on trucks, busses, railcars and power plants. Our method takes less time. Rales are, low. Investigate immediately the unusual opportunity offered by World's largest, best equipped Diesel Training Organization. We are placing men In U. S. and foreign countries. Phone room 224, Cerro Gordo Hotel, Tues. and Wed. only. Trade or Exchange 42 FOR TRADE--Modern home and cash for good 160 A. farm. Preferably from owner. State price and location. Write E-28, Globe-Gazette. Rooms for Rent 44 FOR RENT--Large cool room. 623 N. Wash. FOR RENT--Large front rm., desirable for 2 or more, also smaller rm. Gentleman preferred. 71S E. State St. Ph. 4295W. FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. 619 N. Penn. Chiropractors 14 TRY Chiropractic for health and happiness. Dr. Zeigler, D. C. above J. J. Newbury Co. Ph. 229. Optometrists A15 GLASSES--The latest in style, the service and price pleasing. See Dr. Knutson, Opt., Weir Bldg. Beauty Parlors 16 STOMACH ULCER, Gas Pains, Indigestion victims, why suffer? For quick relief get a free sample of Udga, a doctor's prescription at Ford Hopkins Michael Drug Co. KARLOTTA, Crystal Gazer, readings. Karlotta Cottage, Bayside. Lost and Found ''LOST--Shell rimmed glasses. 1502. PERMANENT WAVES, $1, $1.50, 51.98 and S2.50. Shampoo and finger wave 50c. Ph. 3011, call for Le Moderne Annex. 212^ N. Fed. Ave. Business Opportunities 29 FOR RENT--Barter shop, Palace pool hall. 113 S. Fed. Help Wanted, Female 31 WANTED -- Experienced, reliable waitress at once. Silver Gray Cafe, Algona, Iowa. WANTED -- Girl for housework, neat and honest, 3 adults, to go home nights. Call 3940. WANTED--Exp. girl for general housework in farm home. Write Z-2S, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Housekeeper in motherless home on farm. Good home for right party. Write N-l, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Exp. girl for housework. 1111 1st St. S. W. Help Wonted, Male 32 I WANT three men for local tea and coffee routes paying up to $42.50 a week. No capital or experience needed but must be willing to give prompt weekly service to approx. 200 families. I furnish everything. Fords given producers. Write Albert Mills, 7188 Monmouth, Cincinnati, Ohio. For Rent--Hskpg. rms. 125 5 NW. FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. Ph. 1087. For Rent--Hskpg. rms. 303 15 NW. FOR RENT--Nice room with board. 215 N. Wash. Ph. 3S74J. Apartments for Rent 45 FOR RENT--Unfurn. 3 rm. apt. 1530 N. Mad., 512.50. Lepper Co. FOR RENT Fine unfurnished apartment, 4 large rooms and bath. Glassed in sleeping porch, steady oil burner heat, hot, cold running; soft water. No children. 319 FIRST ST. S. K FOR RENT--2 and 3 rm. apt., furn. or unfurn., 405'i 3 N. E. FOR RENT--Desirable 4 rm. apt., nicely furn. See J. B. Youngblood, Youngblood Bldg. FOR RENT--Modern partly furn. cool 1st floor 3 room, apt.; 2 room apt., 1st floor; reas. rent. Ph. 4261 FOR RENT--3 unfurn. rms. and bath apt., 2 Murphy beds. Ph. 210. FOR RENT--Mod. apts. at 1343% N. Fed. Ph. 1383J or 1606. FOR RENT--4 rm. mod. apt. 2477. FOR RENT--3 and 4 rm. furn, or unfurn. apt. Ph. 2357. FOR RENT--Apts., Euro, or un- furn., see J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. FOR RENT--Small apt. Ph. 4095W. FOR RENT--5 room strictly modern apt., $20 per month. 4 room partly mod. apt.. 512 a month, 3 room partly modern apt., 510 a month. Sam Raizes. STEADY WORK--Good Pay. Reliable man wanted to call on farmers in north Cerro Gordo county. No experience or capital needed. Write today. McNcss Co., Dept. B., Freeport, 111. WANTED--Experienced farm hand by month. State wage in answer. Write H-28. Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Exp. farm hand. James Brozik, Garner, Iowa. Situation Wanted 33 EXPERIENCED Lady stenographer and bookkeeper desires position. Write W-l, Globe-Gazette. FOR RENT--1, 2 or 3 rm. apt. 2051. FOR RENT--Furn. rooms for light housekeeping. Everything furn. 213 E. State. WANTED--To rent mod. 5 or 6 rm. house, close to school. Ph. 766. Farms for Rent A50 FOR RENT--280 A. farm. Call at Miss Annie Pryor's, Plymouth. WANTED--Furn. mod. ground fir. apt. Pri. bath, close in. Must be first class. Write J-l, Globe-Gazette. 79 Autos for Sole FORSALE Farm Machinery 51 i 1381 Chevy 9^23 .1930 Pontiac -S2fi."» 1927 Chevy Sedan -S 60 1926 Chevy Srdun, n sweet one. 3 Chevy Trucks. Hometown Gas Oil 423 No. Monroe t o HIP nmf'U.H ·( Uifc proposed RSJ^sjmpnt niifiinM. Mich CAVIHM'.I property. tOmll In: (H-i'timl ('i have waived a i l objections i herein, That Hllld iinprcn^ircnls 1« mad« by ron. si met iiit: paving on saii streels and parts nf strfci.s w i t h reinforced Portlund Cum ml Concreli. paving, ns pl'uvkfM by th« plftfis itH-rrlor i'n lik- .11 tlirt o f f i c e of tile Cily CK-rk, riaiii oavliiK I" b(i constructed In t h e inn.'iL :tnpt'i)vivi niHiiner, nnd In d';:ordnncc u i l h the plant hnd .speculations preimnvt. and iipprovTM! hy tht? Council, which w i t h t h e phi and .schedule u f assessments arc on Hie w l l h Uio City Clerk. The »nt ire i-.^t of I ho ,inid Jmprovcmonl shall he 'i?sp.!-iPd as a special lax » K « i n « t n i l luls jii'otjrdinc in nren so us tn I n c l u d e nnc-hair nc t h » privately owned property he- Iwppn lhr .itrceL imp-'H-cd and Ihc nrx! street, wh«lhrr such p 1 ivniely owned prop- « ' f t y n h i i l en said s l r r a ' s or no 1 .. I n no rsipc, shall pniperly s i t u a t e d rnnrc t h a n t h r e e h u n - dred ft*i from the street so Improved be SO !ISS»*«M*d. Thn it.s.ifssmfnt ftKfttn*t a n y Inl shit 11 ho In pi op,,rl Ion lo Hit; .iprriril l n ' i i c f i l s con- I'Ti'M -,ipi'H llv; property thereby, "tul not in 1'XtM'sn ,,[ .·jurh henoli!-:, nnd in ;my r;isi shall IK; limlh-d lo U v t m t y - f i v p per cent i s r i ' c ) of t h t l o t u a l value of the lol at the l i m e of the levy. And !n ,il[ cases RS.JOFsmrnls (thaf| he mnilf! ftci'fird.'tm-B w i t h t h e provisioiifi o£ Clmp- HT :IOR oC tin! codft of Iowa. 1H31. The O m i r a c i o r to ^irirnntec the p a v r m c n t iiKaiiiH'. a n y repairs d u r i n g a period nf f i v e ears fr.im nnd a f t e r thy nci-pptnncp nf Raid Jivt-mi'tit. hy t h e said o i l y . The C'm rat-tor n K u a r n n i c e Hint ( h e lavement, hy t h e end f Hi*) swjrf /M-S yt^.r.t h (.e io firsi c)^55 n n d i l i o n . pra:'.ically Mm .vflino as when f i r s t laid, said g u a r a n t e e to b« secured hy n. bond t h « sum of nol lews t h a n s e v e n t y - f i v e per cent, of I h e cost, ot said Impruvcmt'nt. Raid bond nnd sureties thcioon to hft approved by the cliy Council nf Mason City. Jnv,-a NO\V, THKREFORK, BE IT JIKSOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF M A S O N CITY. IOWA, t h a t t h « C H y Cleric he rind he i.i hereby directed In K i v r f o i i r t r r n rtnys 1 nnticr by two publications of i h n proposed rp.ioluiion of necessity, of the linn; for tc.c con? id era I ion of the same In which linii HIP owners of p r o p e r t y s u h j n r l rirovernvfitf mi*y nfipewr and m-the objcclk'n.* to K u m e . tn t h e -'^t r.r the imppjve.rm'ntp. to Ihe a t n o u n i propised tn he nspeAsM rrjioliiiion, n n d Jit, w h i c l . m e e t i n g the. r inmc m a y ho n mended n n d pa.*scd, or pa.s?i-d n? Propojied 1his L'Rth dfty of June. 1935. W. S. W I L C O X . ' i.. A. PAVKY. O A V t D OLFOK. J. T. LAIRD. A i i « ! - C o u n c i l m c n . .1. J l , McRVVKN*. r i t y Clerk. FOR SALE OR TRADE FOR HORSES OR CATTLE Rumlcy separator, 34-56 Aultman- Taylor, 20 h,p. steam engine water tank in A-l condition. Ready to g;o 1o work. F. R. STAUDT Marble Rock Iowa FOR SALE--Parts for Moline binder. H. H. Sterrenbcrg, Thompson, Iowa. Livestock for Sale 52 FOR SALE--Purebred short horn bulls. Joe Ford, Manly, Iowa. FOR SALE--1930 Ford sport roadster, excellent running- court. Good rubber. Dick Brady, Ph. 3-13. FCfR SALE--.1935 Terraplane coach. New car guarantee. Save ?100. Lapiner Motor Co. NOTICK or THI-: AHM1MSTHATOH A T P O I N T M B N T OF \M'IH \V11-I, A.\- WAGNER MOTOR CO. 19 VEAKS IX CERRO GORDO CO. UsedC ars STA.TK OF IO\VA. Cerro Gordo County, PP. N"l -(062 KOTfCK :K T1KRKBV (11VEN'. t l i a t !h»: umlprslfined has been duly appointPrt and i i u a l i l i c f l n.i A d m i n i s l r n t o r with W i l l Annexed of the estate or .lames s m i t h . £nv I'l'.'i.wnd, '.ale of Ccrrn r.ordn County. A l l perrons i n d c h l c d lo paid estate arc requcstrd t o m a t i n i m m e d i a t e p a y m e n t ; and those hav- i n p claims aj;jiinpt. th« same will p repent 1 t h e m , d u l y n t i t h c n l t c n t r r l , to !hn utirtnr- ilcri"d for allownncc, and rile In the o f f i c e 3f the Clerk nf i h e District Hour!. PETKR V. DOtlcHKRTY. Atiir.r. with will unnr-MjfJ, T. G. McDermott, A t t o r n e y . Dal.'d J i t n r l. r lh, 133.-i. F. H. MarPralt. Clerk D i p f r i c L Court. B y -- M f i r K d r e L Kiley, D e p u t y . FOR SALE--2 year old goats. 2S Lehigh Row. FOR SALE--200 stacker and feeder pigs. Milwaukee Stock Yards. Miscellaneous for Sale 55 1934 Master Chov, Coupe -- Blur f i n i s h , cream wheels- This car is exactly llkft neiv .......... $4D5 1934 Ford Standard Cuupe -- New 1ires, lihiclc finish. A bargain $445 1938 Ford V-8 De ft Coupe of extras. Including: new air tires, wheels. This is just; nicely hroknn in ................ $435 1933 Master Chcv. De Luxe Sedan -Two side mounts, runs and looks FOR SALE--Old crank case oil 3,. _ , ,, ,, n i u i j ,,.,,,,.,,,,, gal. 3rd and N. Wash. Ph. 1459. I (j nc . Worth S4Gr ·· ---- - j 1933 Ford V-8 Tudor--Original tires, scats have always been covered, only 15,000 miles. Thn beet buy in town S38n HEAVY MATS SIZE 18!/ 2 x21 2c EACH The Dry Mats are excellent for lining garages, chicken nouses, coal bins, cellars, cabin walls, weatberboarding, sound proofing or insulation. Not suited for outside surfacing or drawing use. We have a number which may be bought for only 2 cents each. Call Business Office. Globe-Gazette. Many Others All Types and Prices and Wagner Trades For Less 202 1st S. E. Phone -022 FOR SALE 133-1 Ford V-8 Tudor MARSTON'S I , Blk. K. Hanford Hold FOR SALE 1835 Ford V-8, DeLuxe ranch, low 4TH OP JULY SPECIALS FRESH VEGETABLES . . . Home grown cabbage, peas, head lettuce,, beets, etc. Also a large line of Mar- | mileage. tin's CELEBRATION SUPPLIES. [ O . P at Riverview Stand, 500 feet north ^- **· 4 - v ' 01 sugar Beet. | Company Nursery Stock 57 FOR SALE--Nice large strawberries for canning. Ph. 237J. Walrod Gardens, Clear Lake. FOR SALE--Large zinnia and pe- | tunia plants, 2 doz. 5c. 615 6 S. E. ' FOR SALE--Strawberries. You may pick strawberries at six cents a quart. W. Leon Thorson, St. Ansgar. Ph. 274. FOR SALE--Strawberries $2.60 a crate today. Free delivery this eve. Clear Lake. Ph. 408W. R. H. Holt. Musical Instruments 58 FOR SALE--Conn Wonder violin. S150 value, to be sold at the right price. Inq. 124 U 4th N. E. FOR SALE--Holton trumpet. 3873. Ph. Office Equipment 64 CASH Register sales, service and supplies, used adding machines. P. B. "Sawtelle, 318 13 S. E. Houses for Rent 46 FOR RENT--5 rm. house. Ph. 867. FOR RENT--Fine large rm. with kitchenette. Furn. or unfurn. Pri. ent. Close in. 304 1 S. E. FOR RENT--5 rm. house at 525 S. Wash. Ph. 940 or 3241W after 6. FOR RENT--Furn. bung. Ph. 867. _Houses for Sale FOR SALE--51,500. 4 rm. pt. mod.; ?1,650. fi rm. modern; S2r0(1, modern; $3,000, mofiorn. Now is the tinvi to buy. W. L. Fatten. 109 E. State. Wearing Apparel 70 FOR SALE New Arrival of Clothes GO men's and hoy's suits S2.50 up to $12.50. 50 wash and silk dresses 50c up. Ladies' spike and low hi-el shoes 25c up to $1.39. Ladies' hats, men's and hoy's caps. These dollies and shoos are new and used but not abused. Stoves, ice boxes and furniture of all kinds. \Vn buy, sell and trade, furniture, stoves, good shoes and clothes. If you want lo save money, buy. sell and trade at South Side Exchange 341 S. FEDERAL Lodges and Societies I. O. O. F. LOn(iB NO. 231 STATE I'HONCS SIUVV-^UJ.! MfcLlnK eacn Tuesday evening S [' 11. Joint installation July 2. IV. R- FISHER. IS. U.. 1333J WAYMA.N CLOSSON. Rcc Scc'y. 3-J67 A. P. CHUr.CJH. Fin Sec'y. 277-1W LOYAI. OJU1EK 01? MOOSE MOOSE BAIX--2nd ANI1 S. FEDERAL Phone 1278 y.eets first, third and rourtb Tuesdays of cacu month. .V. P CHAMBERLAIN. Dictator. 2510 S. Federal. WILLIAM GF.OTH, Sec'y. Phone 303SW LEGAL NOTICE .NOTICE O K H K S O I . r T I O N OF NKCr.SMTV BY rlif.'linn nf UK C i t y r-'iinHl r.f i:v of Mapfti r i t v . t , v ; i . r\"i\'?. i* hn i v i ' D t h l t "l» f n l J c ' V i l l ; : nr..lil!i--'H "f r y s i ' y is nrvii".--"'! fur it.i^pfl^-: ami iclo) 1 ' y Ilir T M v r n u m - i j f f I h e C i t y r . f Ma NOTK'K O K A . M K N I t M K . N T TO ArtTK'l.KS OF I.NCOItl'OK.-VTION OF WKHSiTER- \ \ K S T h U M I I K R C O . Tn \Vltoiii It Sliiy Cotin-m: Public noiicti Is hflrchy K'VCII t h a t nt n. inc.fltinR nf the- Ftockholders of ihn Wehsl^r- \Vcst Lumber Co, held In MnsOn C i t y . lowa. on t h e n t h day nf March, A. n. 19-15. nnr- P i i n n l to n n l l r a d u l y R f v r n , Artich- 1 nf t h e A r l i c l p s of Incorporation of Wehster-\Vesi L u m b e r Co, wrre nmcndcd so as lo change Ihc n n m c oC said i:ofporatiun lo Wchsler Lnmbfir, 7nr., and here-.after t h e said corpora Hrm which was / o r m c r l y ihfl Wrhrler- Wcst Lumn'.T Co. will be known as Webster L-umhcr, Inc. Dated this Iflth rtny nf Tunr, A. D. 1935. WEBSTKU I.UMFKR, INC. By B. A. WchstPr, Prrsiripnt. E- I, Bright, Secretary. S c n n c t f . Blifs S c n n c t f . AUornvys. AOTICK OF SHERIFF'S S A L E STATK OF JO\VA. Ccnvi Oordo fjtinty. PF. Tn \Vhitni It .May t'imrprn: Ymt nrc hereby n o t i f i e d t h a t by v i r t u e of a, special execution, lo mo d i r e c t e d , nnd i?Mied mil or the o f f i c e ot Ihc Clerk of the Dif-.tria court, df t h e fttiite ot ]«v.-u, within ;ind (or Cerro Gordo C o u n t y , u p o n . a Judp- mcnt in rem rendered in snld Court in favor of Bunkers L i f e Company and a R f t i n s t the mnrt(;a!;cd ni-cmiscs h e r e i n a f t e r d p p c r i h e d , in t h e c^'fift of RJinkcrri L i f e Company vs. C,e»r^ IV. BiTtJ, AW? RrcU, el ill, for t h e sum of F.kvnn Thonsanrt Four H u n d i c d F u r t v - t h r e e nr.d 31-101) Dollar;!, debt, nnd T w e n t y and ti.'i-JOO Dollars, costF. and One Hnnrlrcd F i f i y - r o u r and 37-100 Dollars, at- lorncv's f r e . I have levied np"n the lollow- ins dpscrihcd rc.il CPl?Jc, r.u-wil: A l l t h a i p u r l o f tin: t = . l l t l l i ' H S l »tmr- \cr of S f i : t i n n Three ( 3 ) , Townslilu X ( i i P ( v - f f C f (.'H '(if((i. HlltiKf Twfiit.v ^IH.'\ACS( of HIR Bill I*. -M., lying initl hi-iiig r;i-l of l l n r M. .V SI. L. K l l l l n u i d ltli;li| ..f W H Y , nnd all th;it pitrl of |lir SiMiItt ihtir of UN- Nnrllir;)st Qnarlrr of ScHtun Three : i . Township M n c l y - f l v f t ( U S ) , or(h, HaiiRR Twenty ( ^ ( M t 'UVft (if t h f i fllti I', M - , l y l n c and liritic H;i-.l of the M. , -St. L- KnMnmd Iti K hl, of \\'s\y. r'intninfiic IS«.3l ncrf-s .,f liiiid, n i l tn Ccrro O«nli ( Count?-. Iowa. nnd t h a t nn t h e ^2nd riny of J u l y . 19.'!"i, at '2 o'clock P. M., n; t h e * front, door of [he Couri KoiiFfi in M«?nn City. Crrro Gordo County. Io\va, I will procecfi to sell t h f 5f.me in s a t i F f n i M i o n "f paid execution, together w i t h n i l lesal ro?!p accruinp, naird at t h e S h e r i f f ' s o l f i r p in Xasan Citv. lowa, this 18th day of .Tune, 19'15. J. M. ROBERTSON, S l i f t - f f of Cerro Gordo County. Iowa. By--F.lsic RamFcy, Deputy S h e r i f f . Geo. A. "Wilson Scnncff, Bliss S c n n t f f , Attorneys. NOTICE OF S H K R I I K'S 13 71 ~ 17 14 4-Z IS 34 20 35 12. ACROSS 1--PountS (abbr.) 5--A month 2S--Pismire 9--"Exclamation 23--Paroxysm 10--Fetter 31--Island in 12--Actatis Naples bay (abbr.) 3-1--Country in 13--Goddess of south Europe harvests 37--Japanese 15--H is (contr.) snsh 16--Girl's name SS--Short sloop 17--A Ranie of 40--A native Ma- billiards ivaiion food 13--To whirl 41--Compass 21--Pronoun point 22--Inflexible 42--Assists 24--A bone 44--Upon tenat.) 45--Mental pcr- 26--Conjunction reptions 27--Possess! YC 46--Frostin? DOWN 1--Tboupli of U. P. (simplified) 5--Largest U. S. 2--Occur river 8--Master of 6--Article ceremonies 7--Piece of (abbr.) artillery 4--Asiatic Is- S--Female fowl lands under 11--Near protection 14.--Thus If.--Sloth IS--CO'Orrlinat- inff conjunction 20--Paid (abbr.) 21--Italian electrician 23--A £A7.elle of Tibet 2 5 -- R e m a i n i n g «0--Senior (lib.) 30--Mountain (abbr.) 3---Inbed 33--Greek letter 35--Author's proof (abbr.) 3K--A bird 39--Aluminum (symbol) 42--Exclamation 43--A state of the U. S. (abbr.) Answer to previous puzzle ]» H. r -I f'T Hi.'' ''iTJHlf r;i! i"n niT'*- n r nt ih" Council Rn^m in sal.l (My upon the Kith 'lay of J\.iy. TIC,.\ n.l 9 n'clnrk a. M . , at wliir.i time anri plnrc all nhjcrlion.-: in (hr -.nir! Imr^Vf nK:ll . Of thft paw^c fit p,iM rr.coluiinn ninst. l^ m n f l f i ^r filerf for consider t i i n n Iiy the C o u n c i l ; RKSOI.t TIO.Y Or N W K S S 1 T Y Rr-MtliiMnn No ......... BK IT r,KSOLv?:n RV THK CITY CHTN- C I L OF THE CITV OF MASON CITV. IOWA : That nn its cr-vn moUun, it is rl^cmcd advisable and ntcc.'Knry '·' impmve by pavinp ami cnrhini; i h e follnv.-if U Plrr^t. 1 -- ;iml p a r t s of street? v i t h i n Hie c i i y rr Mns'in c i t y . lowji. in M » : 'ortli Taylor A v e n u e , from Hi- n..rlh llnf; of Uf-st S t a t e M r r r t 1" tht M m l l i l i n e of First Mrrrf NnrllnvcM : K H n - rorrrd concrcfr. rnudivny to he t v r n i l y - tniir ( 2 * trcl in w i d t h . N o r t h Hampshire A v e n u e , from 111/ fintfffi Ifnr fit Third Slrn-t *milir»'l M i n l h l o :itn! i i i r l t n J h i ; H n r m ' s l i i r c m i r l : K t ' l i i f o r c n i ' o i i f r r t ; - . r n n i l \ v : i y to »(· t w n t y - r i u i r CM t'-'l 1" ttMtlt. S f H i l h .'M.marliuM'lls A v c i m r , fn.m I l i r n o r t h l i i i r nf S c \ c n t h strrrt Siuithrjxt tn the v n l i t h l i n e nf H M h S t P f r - J Soiith- f i n i ; Knnforfdl roorrTtr, roaihvny to h? i w n t y - f n i i r ^ l » fed I n w i d t h . A n y pro p e t t y ri-. n-r \\i\n hri* no! n*i 1'.\? · R i l h t h f " i ' y f ' I t M X P. '*!" 1 - i r f " f : h r f m . l l STATK OF I O W A . Orro Gunlo County, ss. Tn \Vhnm 11 Mny Concern: Vou arc hereby noli fled t h a t hy v i r t u e of a special execution, in mfi dirci-ied, and trpupd out n f the o f f i c e 'if thr Clrrk or ihe District Court of Hi* S t a i r "! lowa. W i t h i n n n d f'T Orro Cnnln C o u n t y , npnii a. j»ds- n'cnf in reni r n n d f r r d m sfttrj Conrf. :'(i f.ivnr nf B a n k r r s I.if* 1 ('on)|t:tny a n i l .'icainft the mortalc'(| jircmis^s hrrcin.nf.cr ilrpct iliod. in lh'' ra.=r of r.nnhrrs Lift- Company VP. r.^rct- \V. U r c u . A l l i c B r r l t . fl al. For I h e sum "f TwiMiiy-iJircr Tli'-i^Jitu! F r v n H n n i l r p f l T h i i ' t v - l i v r . nnd r, 1-1 On l i n l l a r s . -l.-tt. and F.ishtpcn and -Vi-ion Unllfirs. mpt-s, »t\tl la f.«. n ; t o r n p y * « fcrp, T havr I^vinl upo n tftc r n ,r smith H a i r "f Sfriicm r » t n i - t « - p n ( i n . Tmvnultiii Nin c (.v-*.H lt:mcc Twrnty ( ^ » , \Vr P. M . . crr*i (Jitnln f n t n i t y , J«w:i. n n « ! tha*. on thr ^2ini d.iy "f -July, 19nr. a t ' 2 o'clock P. y.-. at t h e ft "nt iln'T of t h e | C-.tiil H f l ttse in MaFo n Cil--'. Cnrro Oordo County. I.v,va. I will pr«»f«cd to NI-II t h e snrnc in s J i t i s f a c t i o n "f paid exrcntion, tog e t h e r with al! lcc.il rosJs accruin^- Dat-,1 at t h e S h e r i f f s cf.'icc in Mason Citv. lowa. this ISth day "f June. IIKI.".. J. M. RORKRTSON. S h e r i f f of Cerrn (Jordo County, Town. By--Klsic Ramsey. Deputy S h e r i f f . Gc n . A. " \Vi!?on and Scnncff. Bli^.^ A Senn c f f . A t t o r n e y s . upon ' t h e following described real cslatc. lo- " I.-.l N». TlirrK .'3) In n i i t r k No. r.li'vrn i l l ) in I ' n r U i - r ' N Foiirlli A d d i - tlcui In .Miiinn C i t y . Iowa, nnd t l i f t t m llin 22nd day of July. 19^-". al 2 n'ciork P. M.. nl tlic f r o n t door p[ ih«: Court House tn .Muson City. Ctirro Gardn County, ImvR. I will proceed to H P ' I » h e came in «iali.«faclitm of naid rxccuU'jn, tog p t h e r w i t h n i l le^al rosls n c r r u i n p . nnlpfl nt l he, S h e r i f f ' s of [ire in Mason City Iowa this ISIh d a y of .lunr. 1'.Kl- r , J. M. UOBKKTSON, S h r r t f r of Ccrro Oordn C o n n i y , ;nwa. BY~-K!Fifl Ramsey. Deputy S h c r t i r . F. \V. Chamber.". AUornoy, .VOTICE or .VHKKIFF*S $.*i-K STATK OP IOWA. Ccrro fJordo Count v. ?s. To \Vtiom It May Cmirrrn: You arc nerchy n o t i f i e d I hat by v i r t u e a. special execution, lo me directed, a issuer) yut. of the nLLice of Ihc Clerk of t h e Dipt rid. Court n( the Stntr of Iowa, w i l i l i n and for Ccrro flordo County, upon a .itid fo- m e n t in rcni r r n d e r M in sairi CnurL in favor .,( Hauliers Life Company imd against !hc mortgaged premises h e r e i n a f t e r de.srnbprl. in the case of Bankers Life Company vs. Orson R. S h a f f e r , Leotn. S h a f f e r , ft a l , for t h » sum of Thirty-one Thoup.ind. Three Himdrrd ElRht and 90-1 (HI Dollars, d e b t . and Thirty-four and 71-100 Dollars, costs, and Three Hundred F i f t y - t w o and 11-lCO Hollars, attorney's fee?, I have levied upon the r o U o w i n c described real estate, to-vjt: Tllf Southeast (iunrti'r SK'/i) »'l(I trie I-;nM Onv-hulff ( E ' / ~ f t h e Stiiith- wimt Ojmrtcr (S\V'/«) nil in Sr-'limi MI. TJilrl.V-tlin;c (3:0. l » TiiwnslHp M. N l n i ' t y - f l v u i l , H , Kimse No. TivotHy- «nc ( - I f , f" -W. \rnon Townsliiji, Ci-rro (ionto (.'ounty, Imvn, and Hiat on I he 22nd rhiy i f July. 19:i. r i. at 11 o'f^lock P M.. iH the f r o n t door of ! tie Court. Hou?e in M«i?nn C i t y , Corro Gorrt'j C o l i n i y . lo-.va. I will proceed to sell t h e ^arnft in .satipffiction of slid rxecution. it- R f c i h f r w i t h n M l°K.il ''^stf accruing. Hated ai. i h e S h e r i f f ' s o f f i c e in Mason City Iowa, this JfiUi day nf .Ju Itnlhvny f;«imimn'. c^niitiinliie J f i l . i n ncr*-«i '«f Irtnd, n i l hi Orro G»rdo C o u n t y , Idivn, .nd I h u t on ihe 22nrf day of J u l y . 193S. at o'clock T. M'.. a! Ihc front door of thu r o n r t l-!oii«e in Mason City. Ccrro Gordo " o u n t v . ;nwn. T will proceed to sell Ihe .im* 1 ' i n s a t i s f n c l H n of said excculion, to- j e i h o r w i t h a!! IcK"! oost? net-ruing. natP-1 at t h e S h e r i f f ' s o f f i c e in Mason Citv IOWR, this 151 h day or June. TJ35. J. NC. ROBERTSON. S h e i - i f t of cerro r,ordo County, IOWBL. By-~Ki?ic RftmFcy. Deputy Sheriff. PO. A. W i l p n n nnd Sennet 1, Btlss 1 Senn e f f . A t t o r n e y s . . .1. M- TtOBKRTSON. S h e r i f f of Cerr'» Onrd" Count By -- K l « i e R a m i f y . D e p u t y S h e r i f f . Gro. A . " Wilson find S e n n o f f . Bliss S n e f f . At,f']'iiry.= . n. NOT1CK OF M l K K I F F ' S S A I - R STATK OF I O W A , Corro f'iurdo C o u n t y . ?F. To Whom It M n y ( - . n e e r n : You arc hereby noilti*».l t h a i hy v i r t u e «r a spscial cxcru'lion. t o m? d i r e c t e d , and issued out of t h e o f f i c e of th« Clerk of l»c District Court of the Stale of, Iowa, w i t n i n nnd f"r Cerro Gordo County, upon A judgment in r«m rendered in sAid Court in favor nf Bankers L i f e Company nnd aKamn .he n^ort^apcd premiseK h c r c i n a l t c r dcscrihcd :n the case P f Bankers Life Company vs. George W. Erett, A Hie Brett. eL al. f o r the sum of Fifteen Thousand Two Hundred .Seventeen and 61-100 Dollars, debt, and Twentv and 55-100 Dollars, coats, and One Hundred N i n e t y - o n e and 83-100 Dinars. »t- torney'H fees. I have levied up-m the following described real estate, to-wit: The .North U n i t »r the » r t t i r n ^ t O t i i i r t f r ( r x r r p l t l i o N»rth T h t r l r r n nndl One-Half M3',-i» tort »( t h « Kiml SCVPH- t.-en ( 1 7 ) rods t h e r e o f , for n r l u i n l ) nnd the Kast M n l f »f t h p N'nrlliwcut Qinir- Irr and lli«- S o n l h w c M q n a r t r r «.f t h p N u r l h w c s t t}ll»r((;r nnd Ihc NoH Invest i t i i a r l r r ' i . r t h e S n u t h u r M q«nr1i*r o f Srrllun M n c f p c n M 3 » . Toivushlp M f i r t y - f t v e (fl.M N t i r l l l , KjuiRf T^enly-'tn*". I 2 H \ V p » l nf t h r .Mh I', M . , r o n l n l n l n K 2-.J8.Hn ncrr. n i l In rt-rrn (Jnnlo C o u n t y . n n d t h a i on th* 2'Jnd d a y of .Inly. l^- r . 11 - o'rl-i-U P M'. "'· ^ 1 " 1 " f»»t ''"'"· " f ' hf :llon of r;tirt cxemiion. t'i- ; P h ' i r t f f ' f o f f i c p in Mason ; A COMPLETE Auto Electric S E R V I C E Battery and Electric Service 110 So. Delaware Phone 319 NOW IS THE . . . time to hove us quote you prices on installation of automatic heat for your home. PHONE 888 Sf you bought 5T\TF, n?" I O W A . Crrro Oonlo County, .«. T» \Vhom It .Mny Concern You are hereby n o t i f i e d i NOTICK OF siiF.mrr's s.vi.t; STATK OF TCHVA. ;ITO OOT--I" ( V ' u n t v . PP. To M. -1, Haalirlni ami K d i f U Haalsolm nnd to \Vliom H MJi.v ( o n r c n i : V*u n t e hcrcliy n n t h i c d f l i n t f'V virttjc ,1 sp'.'cUil cxrrii'iion, to mr ilin-ctrd. i^;i"d nn' of Ihc o f f i c e of ihr C.lcr'A of t h e p i M r i r l Court of ihe S t a l e of I'.-.va, M'itliln nnd "T Ccrro cjortl,, C o u n t y , iijum ft JwclK- n'-T.', r c u d r r t d in snld C o u r t in f a v r "f H. \V. Cl.Tk ff Co. fttui a c f t i n s ; M. ,1. M a n t i f i m and K d i ; h H a a h c i m f'-r tli* 1 5nm "f T \vrnt-, - r i ^ h t H u n d r r d N i r i f t v - t w o a n d ( k l f n t n n '-his rv? n l u nn. power in a TANIC --then yriit would rcali/e that it is something th.it decreases with time and use, just as oil and gas do, Hon'f guess how strong your brakes are. KNOW. Don't gamble. PLAY SAFE ! Bring your car here for brake inspection, where you'll be sure of getting expert advice and competent service. VC'c use famous Johns-ManviUe Brake Lining and follow the scientific recommendations of the Johns-Manvillc Laboratories in all our brake work. Drive in for n FRKE inspection today. BiefJi-Mnson Auto Service 124 Suiilh Delaware I'honr. "B5 n-icrt 1 «( \Viiy " « t the ' h i r » K ' i C.rrHl ^ r * t r r n

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