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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. J A N U A R Y 6 193G FIFTEEN START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT: With A Clean Cellar, Clean Attic and Clean Slate. Let Globe-Gazette Want Ads Help Sell Your White Elephants. Classified Advertising Information Fifteen cents a line Ifrst insertion. Ton cenn a lino lor each consecutive sub- icquent insertion. (Count five average words to the line). Seven insertions are given for the price ol six. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ADVERTISING 70 cents pur column Inch each Insertion, A discount or 15 per cent will be allowed on all classified advertisements paid for at the time or insertion or not later than 5 days thereafter. No credit extended for classified advertising if there Is art account thirty days old or more. All out-of-town ads arc payable In advance. All refunds on Want Ads must be called for within 30 days or tho cancellation date of tho order. Minimum charge for single advertisement, 25 cents. Answer to "blind" advertisements mu$t be addressed to tho letter stated In the ad. caro or Uie Globe-Gazette. Under no circumstances will the Globe-Gazette reveal the name of those inserting "blind" advertisements. PHONE S800 between 8 a. m. and f P- m. and ask for the Ad Taker. Lost and Found LOST--Lady's white sold watch. Call 3954W. Liberal reward. LOST--White cigaret-vanity case New Year's. Reward. Ph/3837LJ. Money to Loan 8 CAR PAYMENTS REDUCED Let us reduce your payments and jive you additional cash. We also make prntonal loans. UNITED FINANCIAL SERVICE "ON THE SQUARE" 3 Doors East of Courthouse Phone 1434 |If It Is ' M O N E Y INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications are jmmbered according to the position In which they appear In the section. Acreages A49 AKents .... 36 Apts. for Ke0t .. 45 Amusements 7 Auto Accessories 82 Autos for Sale.. 79 Auto Storage .....A79 Auto Truck. 60 Auto HepairlnE · « S3 Beauty Parlors .. 16 Board, Room ... 49 Bonds A 9 Burial Vaults . . . A 3 Bldp- Materials * 43 Business-L, o c a- tlons ......... 37 Business Opportunities 29 Cafes, Restaurants ......... 17 Card ot Thanks 2 Chiropodists .... 13 Chiropractors ... 14 Cleaners, Dyers . 18 Cottages A46 Death Notices ... 1 Dentists A37 Dogs. Birds, Pets 53 Educational Opportunities 40 Electrical Service 61 Employment Service A30 Farms lor Sale .. 50 Farms for Rent ,A50 Farm Machinery ] Florists 4 Foods ,. .A.55 Funeral Directors Furs Gar-ace for Kent Garage for Sale Gardens G i f t s Help W a n t e d , with Inv Help IV a n t e d . Female Help W a n t e d , Male Help W a n t e d , Male. Female ,A36 Hide, Wool, Furs 78 Household Goods 73 Houses for Sale 4" Houses for Kent 43 Instruction 39 Insurance 11 Investment ..... 10 In Memoriam A 2 Job P r i n t i n g .... 10 Laundries ...... 21 Livestock for Sale 52 Location Wanted Lost and Found Lot* for Sale ,,.. Machinery ...... Milk Misc. for Sate ... Misc. for Rent .. Money to Loan .. S Mortgages 9 Monuments .... ..A T Musical instr. ... 5S Nursery Stock .. 57 Osteopaths 15 Optometrists . . , . Al!t Offices for Kent 63 O f f i c e Furn., Fix. Afi.'l Of lice Equipment fit Painting, Decor. 2-1 Personals - f Photographers .. 2. r ) Plumbing. Htc. ., 2fi Poultry, ECKS .. 74 Kf-al Es. Loins . . A « Radio Supplies .. 27 E:cal Estate fifi Rooms for Rent 4-1 Sale or Trade .. -A3S Sale or Rent . Salesladies Salesmen Seeds, Fends . Serv. Offered . .Situation wtd. Stamps. Coins Stationery .. ... Stocks *, Summer Collages 67 Swap service ... 38 Travrt Bureau . .A r, Trade or Exch. . 41 Upholstering .... 5Si Wtd. to Borrow . 77 Wid. to Buy .... 75 Wtd., Misc A", 1 ) Wid. to Rent .. 7fi Wearing Appare! 70 .. .- 31 . 35 .. 2S ..A33 . 3.'i . . A 7 4 .. 7] 72 Death Notices *r--l^~-~-~~~^~-*~~~~~^-~-^-**' EVANS, Helen Rae, 20 months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd H. Evans. 1205 Twelfth street northwest, died at a local hospital Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock following- an illness. A commital service was held at the St. Joseph's Catholic cemetery Monday afternoon. The Meyer funeral home in charge. FRANGHERE, N. F.. 79, died at a local hospital about 6:30 o'clock Sunday morning following" an illness of about a year. Funeral services will be held at the Holy Family church Tuesday morning' at 8:30 o'clock, with the Rev. R. P. Murphy in charge. Burial will be at Calvary cemetery, St. Paul. The Rosary will be said at the Randall funeral home at 8 o'clock Monday evening. The Randall funeral home in charge. NORBERG, Harvey Raymond, 32, died at a local hospital about 10:30 o'clock Thursday evening following an illness and operation. Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the St. James Lutheran church, with the Rev. 0. Mall, pastor of the church, in charge of services. A short service will also be held at the home, 302 Twentieth street southeast, at 2 o'clock. The Patterson funeral home in charge. Funeral Directors 3 McAULEY Funeral Home -- Complete service day and night. S S. Adams. Phone 65l". MEYER FUNERAL HOME--Dependable service. 126 Third St. N. E. Phone 1505. PATTERSON FUNERAL HUME-A service for those who care. Ambulance. 322 N. Wash. Phone 1140. RANDALL Funeral Home--Ambulance service. 104 3rd St. N. E. Ph. 511. C. E. Snlpps, H. B. Major. FSorists FOR HOME USB, for tha Sickroom, for funerals, for syery occasion our fresh stock of Jiomc grown flowers Je ftYillahi.-.. Xfinble'3. Ph. 55. STOMACH '·.'toic, :«« pEJns, indi- £0«Uon vtctinv;, **y :-r.:ffer? For quir-k rc!it,f s,-et a free sample of at Michael Drug Co. --that is troubling you--a visit to our office will take the load off your mind. REMEMBER:---you can borrow up to $300. --you receive all ol the loan--nothing is deducted. --you can have as long as 20 months to pay off the loan, DON'T DEl-AT--SEE US TODAY. Humphrey Finance Co. Phone 518 191/j N. Federal Business Opportunities 29 FOR SALE--Service station in Mason City $1,000 v.-iH handle. November gallonage 4,500. Write Z-'i, Globe-Gazettte. Help Wanted, Female 31 LADY--to distribute advertising circulars and handle route. $33- a-week opportunity. Automobile given you as bonus. Details free. Albert Mills, 40 Monmouth, Cincinnati, Ohio. WANTED--Hskpr. 1003 Elm Drive. WANTED--Middleaged woman for housework. More for home than wages. Write L-6, Globe-Gazette. HOSPITAL HELP NEEDED--Experienced or not. Institutions everywhere. SSO-SISO monthly. Enclose stamp. Parker Bureau. 1S9 Madison, Dept. 023, Chicago. Help Wanted, Male 32 WANTED--Married man on farm for yr. No children pref. Write D-6, Globe-Gazette. TOTAL COST FOB A $50 LOAN For 5 Months. Other Amounts in Proportion Security Loan Co. Phone 412 321-lst Nat']. Bank. I WANT Three men for local tea and coffee routes. Earnings up to $60 in a week. Operate on our capital. No experience needed btit must give prompt service to approx. 200 [families. Automobiles given men ' w h o qualify. "Details free. Albert Mills, 17 Monmouth, Cincinnati, 0. MONEY for refinancing or building. Reasonable interest rates. Let's talk it over. W. L. PATTON 109 E. State MONEY TO LOAN--On improved Mason City real estate. E. W. Clark Co.. 204 Foresters Bldg. LOANS Up To $300.00 AKTWHERE IN NORTH IOWA Made to Responsible Families or Individuals. NO SIGNERS NO ENDORSERS Your Own Security Only. Pay interest on only actual unpaid balances for actual number of days used. Prompt, Private, Friendly Service Always, See, Phone or Write us for FREE INFORMATION C. L. Pine Loan Company Diagonally Opposite 1st Natl. Ban]; 20* Weir Bid?., Mason City, Iowa WANTED--Man on farm by mo. or year. Henry Ginapp, Sheffield, la. Ph. 87F12. Wanted Experienced single man, dependable and of sood habits for general work on stock farm, steady job. Edw. Berkhoefer, Hampton, 3i/ 2 ml. S on pavement. Situation Wanted 33 EXPERIENCED stock man wants job as farm manager. Reference furn. Write Y-6 Globe-Gazette. YOUNG Married man, experienced, wishes job on farm. References if desired. Write R-6, Globe-Gazette. Services Offered A3 3 WASHINGS 50c and SI. Call 3181. WASHING and cleaning;. 2953W. I ELECTRO-VAPORIZED Mineral Health Baths. Basement Foresters Building. Phone 676. CHARACTER LOANS--1% discount plus small fee. Fidelity Discount Co. 2071.2 N Fed. Ph. 177. MONEY TO LOAN on Mason City home. Alliance Investment Co. Phone 849. M O N E Y F O R A L L P U R P O S E S Loaned on your Auto, Furniture or Other Security. Cars refinanced on smaller payments. HOME LOAN FINANCE CO. 2nd Floor Foresters' Bldg. Ph. 727 Real Estate Loans A-8 MORTGAGE LOANS ON North low» Farms--1"-%--5% Mason City Real Estate--5%--fi% Prompt Service---Saioli Expense. Choice Mortgages for sale. HUGH H. SHEPARD 502-508 Foresters B!dg. Phone 284 Mason City, Iowa R E S I D E N C E MORTGAGES This Bank offers complete mortg-ag-e flcar.eiug service, including F. H. A. !ouji-=!. to meet individual requirements. Loans for corLstniction of new residences and for re-financing present mortgages a.nd contracts are available with maturities up to twenty years and payments on a monthly, quarterly or semi-aiuuial basis. _FARM MORTGAGES We invite inquiries and applications for well secured farm loans. IMPROVEMENT LOAMS F. H. A. loans for remodeling -- painting -- decorating -- new roofs--furnaces--plumbing and other home and farm repairs and improvements. Commercial and industrial properties are eligible for loans for improvement and equipment. Consultation--without obligation--is invited. INVESTMENT DEPARTMENT FIRST NATIONAL BANK MASON CJTV. IOWA A15 IF TOUR «y«* art faffing see Dr. Knutson. Opv. T»i,- ?31dg., and get th« *st b* optical service. 29 F.Ofl RSJNT-- -Grocery store at 1st St. S. W. .fa. 2667. MECHANICAL Engineer desires drafting or any work in this field. College graduate with 15 years experience. Ph. 3627. SEED CORN TESTED Positive test for germination and detection of mold. Reasonable charge. Write R. 0. ROBERTS 310 1st N. E. Salesmen 35 EXPERIENCED Appliance salesmen to sell dealers, block of counties this territory, old established washer mfgr. Must have car, able to produce results. Splendid opportunity for right party. Write. Sales supervisor, Aetna Finance Suit, Oelwein, Iowa. . Swap Service 38 SWAP--4 plow tractor for what have you? Write ZZ-4, Globe-Gazette: SWAP--Tractor and separator for what have you? Write 00-4, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Radio battery set for shotgun, or chest of drawers. Write OO-3, Globe-Gazette, 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--?8.50 embroidered bedspread for good seconds brick yard blocks. Write JJ-6, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--1 doz. home made roses, any color, for 2 good bed sheets. Write KK-6, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Ice boat for row boat or sailboat. Write VV-6, Globe-Gazette. Sale or Trade A38 FOR SALE OR TRADE--32 volt 600 watt Delco plant for calves ov heifers. Wm. Brozik, Garner. FOR SALE Or will trade for livestock, McCnr- mick-Deerinc Hammer mill No. IB. t : sed very little. It will grind corn stalks, soybeans, alfalfa Hay, eaJ" corn or any t h i n g you would want to grind. FRANK FOX WESLEY, IA. FOR SALE TRADE OR RENT RO ftcre improved farm. §150 cash in advance rent or will sell with S500 cash. Balance terms. Write or call K. H. RICH Hotel Clear Lake, IB. Instruction 39 IF You like to draw, sketch or paint, write for free Talent Teat a.nd Art book. Give a f p and occupation. Write J-6, Globe-Gazette. Instruction 39 I Autos for Sale 79 MEN WANTED To learn DIESEL. If you are ambitious, mechanically inclined, and can furnish character references, investigate what Diesel offers you from AMERICA'S ORIGINAL and FOREMOST DIESEL schools. WORLD'S FINEST and most complete DIESEL ENGINE EQUIPMENT. Write HEMI'HILL DIKSEL SCHOOL, 2016 Larrabeo Street, Chicago, 111., for Free booklet and Free DIESEL news containing ama/.ing facts and pictures. No obligation. Tune in WHO Sat. eve... 6:15 p. m.; also Mori. eve. (i:00 p. m. The WINTERMART At the Fair Grounds Any Price Car You Want. About 150 to Choose From. Dependable Guarantees and Rates. flier Motor Co.-J. H. Marston Entrance Just West of Federal on 19th St. Foods ASS Rooms for Rent 4 4 ' For Rent--Furn. rms. Ph. 1679W. FOR RENT--Front furn. slpg-. rrn. Suitable for 2. Ph. 1490J. FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. Ph. 2026. FOR RENT--Elec. plate connection, in well furn. slpg. rm., bath convenient. Hot water. 672 E. State. Apts. for Rent 45 FOR RENT--2 or 3 rm. dcsirab'.e, nicely furn. apt. Everything- furn. Close in. 330 E. State. FOR RENT--Newly decorated 1 rm. apt. for one. Everything furn., warm and reas. 221 N. Gco. FOR RENT--3 rni. heated unCurn. apt, clean, desirable. Wilmar Apts., 523 S. Pres. FOR RENT--Unfurn. 1 rm. apt. and kitchenette. 130 5 N. E. FOR RENT--Dandy 3 rm. unfurn. apt. No. Mad., $12.50. Lepper Jewelry Co. FOR RENT--Unfurn. apt., heat and water furn. Ph. 2357. FOR RENT--Apt. 310 S. Penn. 1897. FOR RENT--1 rm. furn. apt.. 1 sip?, rm. 110'i S. Del. Ph. 301. Houses toi ' FOR RENT-- Mod. 5 rm. bungalow $27.50 per month. Beck Bros. Co. Ph. 334. FOR RENT--5 rm. bungalow, J16. Alliance Investment Co. Ph. 849. FOR RENT--6 rm. strictly mod. house. 1414 N. Virginia. Ph. 441. FOR RENT--All mod. 5 rm. bungalow, Forest Park. Alliance Investment. Ph. 819. FOR RENT--5 rrn. mod. bungalow on paved' street. Garage, hot water heat. 326 15 S. E. Ph. 117. FOR RENT--English style home: 5 rms. and bath. Forest Park. Inq. M. J. Schultz, 1206 W. State. FOR RENT--5 rm. mod. house. 503 S. Adams. FOR. RENT--Desirable all mod. 5 rm. house. Ph. 3761. FOR RENT--5 rms., newly decorated, $12; 4 rm. house, ?10; 3 rms., .$10; close in house, mod., ?25; 10 rm. house, mod., ?20. Geo. Van Every, 39S3. FOR RENT--Mod. 6 rm. house. 867. FOR RENT 5 rm. bungalow on 18" and Mass. S. E. Ph. 940. Houses for Sale 47 FOR SALE--2 well located houses. Must be sold to -settle estate. Sacrifice 2 5 rm. places for rent $.13 month. Geo. Van Every. Ph. 39S3. Lots for Sale 48 FOR SALE--Choice large lot, 66x 165, East State St. in 800 block. Cash price .$700 for quick sale. Write G-2, G'.obe-Gazette. Acreages A48 FOR RENT--12 acres on N, Carolina Ave. Mrs. Sara Schaefer, Manly, Towa. Farms for Sale 50 For Sale--80 A. Grant twp. $6.000: S3,000 cash. Could use good sedan and light del. truck as part payment. Write E-6, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--174 A. imp. Winrieba- go county high state cultivation. Bargain for a short time. O. E. Anderson, Forest City. FOR SALE--115 A. new house and barn on paved highway, $70 A.. 40 imp. all tillable, S2.400: 130 A., close to M. City, 582.50 A., all tillable: 80 A.. S7.000. Kehm Land Co. Ph. S27. FOR SALE In whnlp or part, beautiful old homestead, 52l/ ; acres good land, brick house, barns, chicken house, orchard, spring, river. On cement highway north of city. Suitable country estate, farm, business location." Write .1-4. Globe-Gazette. Livestock for Sale 52 FOR SALE--6 milk cows. Some fresh and some soon fresh; also 4 sows. Richard Weeks. 2'i mi. S. Emerv. Misc. for Sale 55 FOR SALE--Dry oak wood, $4.50 ton. Call 326 3 S. W. Apt. 1. FOR SALE--Overcoat, size IS and laundry stove. 424 7 S. E. Poods A55 PIES, roasts, mashed potatoes. Private home cooking. Delivered to order, ph. 3181. ORANGES Each 1e GRAPEFRUIT ] for ·-!.-: APPLES I'cr basket 4!); POTATOES Per ling- ~9c WALNUTS 1(1 His 2Sc TOMATO JUICE S Ijre. cans 23c KAl'.LS FKUIT MKT. 1603 S. Penn. Ph. 11S8 CARLOAD OF APPLES - Jtist Received 4»c Per Basket EARI-'S FKUIT MARKET 1G08S. Fed. Phone 1138 Offices for Rent 63 FOR P.ENT--2 desirable office rms. adjoining. 1 or both, 510 each on NT. Fed. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. Household Goods 73 REDUCTION Sale--Stoves, rubbers, overcoats, 25c and iip. Tire chains. B. O Exch., 3408 N. Fed. FOR SALE--Heatrola stove. 112 S St. S. E. FOR SALE--Heater, gasoline pressure stove, coal range, bed. 211 2 S. W. FOR SALE--Good used wa-ihars, gas ranges and radios. Reduced prices. Terms. P. G. and E. FOR SALE Several bargains in rebuilt iMaylag washors. Save $40.00. We. tiiUc creamery certificates on Kockfoid, Rockwell and Thornton creameries. CF.URO GORDO MAYTAG CO. 22 2nd St. N. E. Mason City, Iowa Autos for Sale 79 FOR SALE--1927 Buick sedan. Tel. 1172. FOR SALE--Elec. mangle in good condition. Reasonable. 10-10 E. St. Poultry, Eggs 74 FOR SALE--Barred Rock cockerels, Aristocrats, dark, 7 to 9 Ibs. Mrs. F. W. Friedow, Britt, Iowa. FOR SALE--33 leghorn pullets, 7 hens. Ph. 1302. Wonted to Buy 1: WANTED to buy small building. Telephone 3254. HIGHEST Prices paid for killer horses. Ph. 2731R2. WANTED--Used furniture. Joe Goss, 212 South Federal. Ph. 942. WANTED--All kinds of used furniture. Call us before you sell. Grahams. Phone 301. HEIRS--Cash for your interests, estates, trusts. Write K-6, Globe- Gazette. Wanted to Rent 76 WANT--To rent good improved farm, plenty of equipment, clear. Write Z-4, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--To rent fanning mill equipped for power drive. M. W. Sprole. Box 76. Mason City, Ph. 417. WANTED--To rent 160 A. farm. Will buy stock and equipment if priced right. Write 122 U 11 S. W. WANTED--To rent strictly mod. furn. home or apartment, no children. References. Ph. Mrs. Renner, 2960. WANTED--To rent large acreage or small farm. Write A-6, Globe- Gazette. Autos for Sale 79 "FORSALE" 1935 PLYMOUTH FORDOR SED.VX Cannot he told frwn nev*'. Save SS-S »f LAPINERS 1931 BUICK Small 8--Late Series 4 Door Sedan Exceptionally clean, fully equipped. Don't miss this one. S R Chevrolet Co. North lo\vfl*s fjoadinjf Automobile Dealer 1935 FORD V-8 DE LUXE TUDOR Tlii.** is the hi si on*- of our '"* demonstrators. WAGNER MOTOR CO. 202 1st S. E. I'honc 922 Good Will USED CARS \Vith 1936 Hct-nsf Including Ponti- :u*s, 1-lievrulets, Fords, Dodges, Pl.v- innulhs, and several others. Priced tor Quick Sale. See 'is before you buy John Gallagher, Inc. PONTIAC G's and 8's -27 2nd S.' E. Phone I"j(i7 Open Evenings and Sundays FOR SALE OR TRADE--Sttidebak- or sedan. Rood shape for lot. 326 1 S. \V. Ph. 457. League Against War, Fascism Opposed to Entry in Olympics CLEVELAND, Jan. 6. (.Ti--The American lengiie against war and fascism opposed American participation in the Olympics and condemned "every manifestation ' of anti-Semitism in the United Slates" at the final session of its three day congress. Delegates from 128 cities adopted more thai' a score of other resolutions, which included attacks on company unions, the Hearst press, imprisonment of Angelo Horndon and Tom Mooney, "gag" bills, and "anti-labor, anti-Negro, pro-war ami pro-fascist propaganda." Auto Truck 80 FOR SALE 1934 CHEV. TRUCK I,. W. B. Duals. Overload springs. A real grain tight box w i t h stock ruck. A Ifcirffiiin ill $470 WAGNER MOTOR CO. 202 1st S. K. I'lione !)22 Threat of National Walkout of Match Workers Is Faced CLOQUKT, Minn.. Jan. 6. I.T)-- Threat of a nationwide sympathetic strike of match workers today faced officials of the Berst-Forstcr- Dixficld Wood Products company here unless they agree to negotiation with workers regarding wags and hour differences. The strike threat was nrado by G. B. Gcrliart of Barberton, Ohio", n-esidcnt of the Match Makers :ouncil, national organization of match company employes, who said he council would b^ asked to vote lext Saturday on the issue unless ?ompany officials agree to abitra- lion of differences. 1934 FORD V-8 PICKUP Dark blue. Lcnv mileage. It runs »nd looks like new. Only ?·!!» WAGNER MOTOR CO. 202 1st S. K. Phone 922 Lodges end Societies 1 O O. F. LOI1CE NO. 224 STATE I'HONES 'iH1\V-2l44J t,:cctln E every TucBday 7:3i P. M. ue*. Jan, 7, Joint I n s t a l l a t i o n is. w. LEA.MAN. rs. u. \VAYMAN CLQSSQIN Kec. Scc'y. :MG7. A.. F. CHURCH Fin. Scc'y. 2774W. LOYAL OKDKR OF MOOSE MOOSE UL-L--£NU A S H S. FEDERAL Phone 1278 Meets first and third Tuesdays or cacli month. Every 4tb Tuesday is f a m i l y night. \V. P. CH.AMHKRI-.AlN. Die- later. 2MO S. Federal. WILLIAM GP.OTH. Sec'y. Phono 3038W. B E N E V O L E N C E J.OIHJE NO. 1-13 A, F. A N D A. SI.--7:30 I'. SI. No. 1'l:i Mominy. Jan. 130i, 7:20 p. m. J n j ; t f i l l a u n n of officers. A f t ! r inFlalK-iUnn. 'social h'tur nnrt rcfrpsh- JES5 MA.THEWMAN. W. M. C. P. S H I P L E Y . Secy. H.ARI1INU LOlHiE N O . (*·!!» A. F. and A. M. 7.-.10 [. M. KP.I H A Y . J A N . 10 I N S T A L L A T I O N OF OFT1- " E R P . B V E R Y M ' K M R K R L ' R O K D TO BK P R E S E N T . V I S I T O R S \YF.LCOMK. C. E. B K V A N T . n'. M. C. C. HALPIUDE. Scc'L ROYAL MHKIIRHRS OF AMERICA MOOSE HALL Camp meets 2nd and 4Lb Thursday, 7:30 P. M. Club meets 1st and 3rd Timrsdavs, 2 P. M. MARGARET JOHNSON, Or.tcle JCA.Y BTJDtt'ORTH, Rec. Phone 1S72W COST OF RELIEF BEGINS TO DROP substantial Slump Since 193 5 Peak Reported by Treasury. WASHINGTON. Jan. c. The federal government's vast emergency recovery and relief expenditures have shown a substantial slump from the 1933 peak, the treasury's a n n u a l report and subsequent figures showed todtty. The annual report, covering the 1935 fiscal year ended June 30, IMS, however, showed peace-time record expenditures of S7.375.SOO.OOO. A gain of 5270,800.000 over expenditures of 87.105,000,000 in the preceding fiscal year. Total recovery and relief expenditures. segregated in the government's accounts, showed a decline to S-l, 2-19. 200.000 in the IRSr, fiscal year from $4.283.200,000 in the previous fiscal year, a decrease of $34 000,000. Since J u n e 30. ]fl35. recovery and rr-Iief expenditures have continued to run behind the cosfs of the corresponding period of the previous year. Between July 1, 1B3", and Jan. 2. 1S36. total government expenditures were $3.804.120.415 of which $1,684,126,700 went for relief and recovery, compared with total expenditures of 53,583,349,010, of w h i c h .S1.S-1S.710.5-IS were relief and recovery costs, in the corresponding- period of the previous fiscal year. MISS PERKINS IN ANNUAL REPORT Finds Fiscal Year Ending Last July Fruitful for Working Man. WASHINGTON. Jan. 6. (UT"--Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins proiiuccil a j u b i l a n t a n n u a l report tc K".ott£TCKK today, ['iiulin£ that the fiscal year ended last July perhaps was the most f r u i t f u l for the working' man in all American history. With .social security, old age pensions and other beneficial legislation becoming law of the land. Madame Secretary even found a certain * satisfaction in 1!)3.Vs unusual number of labor disturbances, which she said were "due in part of the na- t u r a l expectation of labor to share in the early fruits of business im- pi oveinenl." For the f u t u r e . Miss Perkins envisioned an industrial Utopia for me man who works with his hands, listing- a m i n i m u m wage law. a short work week of -10 hours, compensation insurance and strict regulation of machinery to prevent industrial accidents, as things -to come. The past year, she said, produced these five advancements for labor: accomplished through social security act. 2. Old age security, brought about by the same legislation. ~ n . Establishment of arbitration boards to settle labor disputes. 4. Greater co-operation between her department ruicl states. 5. Development of the federal employment service. Miss Perkins called the social security act 'one of the most signi- f i c a n t pieces of legislation of this generation." adding that "more legislation, .state and federal, calculated to b e n e f i t labor was enacted during the year than in any like period in history." Io\vuu Hurhers "7(1 Years INDEPENDENCE I UP;--Barbering is a sacred heritage to Napoleon Blondin. whose father was a wig-maker in Paris. France. Blondin began barbering at the age of ]:"). He now is S5 and still is a skillful operator. ICP. Skating Kink Opcninjr. CRESCO, Jan. 6.--An ice skating- rink was opened in Keyset p a r k , Cresco, flooded and frozen so the skating- season will beg-in (.his week. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 8--10 a. m. THE GREATEST VALUE EVENT OF 3936 STYLE SHOPPE CLEANUP Exclusive Dealers For OLIVER Farm Implements SOLD BY QL'KEN REBKKAH LODOE NO. 106 '. O. O. F. IIALL--7:30 P. M. Joint i n s t a l l a t i o n Tuesday n i K h t , Jan, 7. Commit1* ! « DK-F-n. C h n i r m o n p?arl Fifh- cr, Louise Elliott, Inez Go.'lz, MT.9. STELLA WEIDA, N. G. 3713J. ACP.S. WIN NUTTING. R. S. 596W. MRS, R. E. KOLWINSKA. F. S. HS8J- LEGAL NOTICE N O T I T K 01* I ' K O H A T K OF \VH.I, TM D i s t r i c t T'ltirt October Term, 1!)3.5. STATK O F T O W A . Ccrro Gil'do C o u n t y , ss. No. -1T77. To A l l \Ylmm K .May ( ' n n r c r n : V O i : A R K H K R K B Y N O T 1 F I K P , T h n t .in i n f t t n i m m l of w r i t i n c p u r p o r t i n g in 1 P the !-'ist \ V i l l f l i v l T e s t a m e n t of M a r i a P o i » r s ' » n . I'TccaMv!, ( i a t r d I-Vhniary T t h . 1929. h f i v i t i K hc*-i) ibis rj.-iy f j j f j . oppjjp/j 3Hd ren'\. Mond a y I d - 3M 'l"y "[ F e b r u a r y . 193t, is f i x e d f"r h » : i r i n c prooT 'if s n r n c n t i h " Court HOUPJV j n M a e o n C i t y . ]o\va. b e f o r e \hc. DJ5- t r i r j (.ronri of ? ,iM C o u n t y , or tbf C l e r k of f f i i r l C'i;ir! ; a n d at " oV|nrk P. M.. nf t h e ·Jay alv*'.-" m e n t i - t r i M - J -ill persons in! crest crl i r ' h e r f l i y n o l i | if! ami r e q u i r e d l n a p p c f i f arid s h . i w ' r a j i s c i [ a n y t h e y h a v e , w h y said M r u m c n f 5h-Mii'l no; J-i? p r o h a t M ami a i n-M a= and for tho last Will anl Tcata- cm r.f rai'l r!rr,isprt. tlalcd a t Mason C i t y , imva, J a n u a r y 2nd, N O T H K (Hn 'nil". A P P O I N T M E N T n r A M M I M R T R A T O R T A T R O F I O W A . Ccrro r.ordo Co nty, . , N'OTirr, IS H K R K B V C l V K N . t i n t t h e u n f l f r K i ^ n ^ d h a p h"--n f l u t y Jipp'.'inrv| a nrt q u a ! i / i .id as A d m i n i s t r a t o r «f :hc e s t a t e of C h r i s ; i-!i^i- H. M m " , Deceasi'd. u t c of CCTTO r;or!o C o u n t y . A " v pt ' l " *' i! i f t d r h t ?d ;o p r i j i i e*t.-Hf! SIT i - f T U P ' t e d :" m f i k e i n : m e d : a t e Prtvrr.on: ; ar.d ' H ' - P f 1 h.-u i n s cl.iims as;.T:n?;l t h e s ,T m f 1 v.- 1 } I p ve * ,- n t ! h r m . d u l y n . 1 1 1: e n : i - r n t e r t . t" t h e u n d r r . - i c n p r l !"r a i l . u v a n r f . ,,nd f ' l e i n t h e o f f i r « o f :ti" Cierk n f the I V l r i c : By-- Margaret. Kiicy. Deputy. Having decided to quit farming, will sell the following described property, on WEDNESDAY, JAN. 8th 7 1 P. M. 5 miles south on 65, '/z mile west, 1 mile west of Cameron, Iowa. Three cows; five heifers, 2 years old; one bull, 10 months old; one 9 year old bay horse; one 8 year old bay horse; one good work horse; one good work mule. Some young pullets; one Shepherd dog. One riidKntc seeder; 1 10-ft, hay ralii; 1 12-ft. hay raUc; 1 5-ft. mower; 1 side delivery hay rake: I gcarlcss hay loader; 1 hay rack and wagon: 1 sfoel w:i)ton; 1 rubber tin-d wiigon: 3 20-ft, wooden drugs; 1 7-ft. disc,; 1 8-ft. disc; I. 10-ft. triictiir disc; 1 -I. D. manure spreader; I 8-fl. grain hinder; 1 21-inch threshing machine: 1 spring tooth harrow: 8 ill. feed grinder: 1 drag cart; I corn sheller: 1 gas engine; 1 p u m p jack: I sulky plow; 1 2-bnttom t r a c t o r plow; 1 3-liottom John Deere tractor plow; I Hayes. 4 wheel corn planter with d r i l l a t t a c h m e n t ; 1 soy bean attachment to check w i t h corn in hills for Hayes corn planter; 2 corn plows: 1 surface corn plow: I disc corn plow; some sling ropes, hay forks and small tools; 1 R \ I 2 ft. brooder house. 1 ~xfl brooder house; I I. H. C. corn picker. Soy bean hay in barn; some mixed hay in b a r n ; chopped corn and soy bean fodder in barn; 4 stacks of corn-soy bean fodder; straw pile; 1 i n c u b a t o r ; 1 circular saw; 7 bu. old seed corn; 100 tin. succotash; 50 bu. wheat; 200 hii. Xo. 3 ear corn; I 700-pound platform scale; 200 pounds of Economy Stock Feed. ORA BAYLESS Auctioneer FIRST NATIONAL B A N K Clerk

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