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DECEMBER 5 1933 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 13-15 Be a Daily Reader of the "Gift Seekers Guide"--A Time and Money Saver I Classified Advertising Information CAR PAYMENTS TOO HIGH? us refinance your present con- ract, advance additional money, and arrange a schedule of easter-to- meot payments for you, See OB Today. HOME LOAN FINANCE CO. 2nd Floor I. O. F. Bldg. Fltteen cents a lln« first Insertion. Ten cents a Una tor each consecutive sub- SfQueflt Insertion. (Count five average words to thB line.) Sa\-eo insertions aro given for the price let tii. CLABBIFIEO DISPLAY ADVERTISING 70 cents per column Inch each Insertion, A. discount ot 15 per cent will b« allowed Pa sit classified odv«rt!«ments paid for at tho time of insertion or not later than 5 days thereafter. All out-af-toTCD ado are payable ID ad- Vance. All nfuodl on Want Ads must be called tar within 30 days of the cancellation dato of the order. Answer to' "blind" advertisemepta must bo adUresaed to the letter stated In the ad, care of tho Olobe-Uaielte. Under no circumstance* will the Globe-Gazette reveal the n a m o ' o t thoso Inserting "blind" advertisements. Minimum charge tor single advertisement, S3 cents. PHONE 8800 fcetwetn S a, m. and 6 p. m. and ask lor the Ad Taker. Index to Classified Ageota ApLs, /or Rent .. Amusements .... Aulo Accessories Aulua tor Sale .. Aulo Trucks Auto Repairing ., Beauty Parlors ., Board, Room ... BidK. Materials .. 43 Business I o c a. - tLun . , . - 81 Business Opportunities 29 C a f e s , Restatl rants .. inBlrucllon ..., insurance ...., Investment . - , in Memoriani Job Printing ., 30 .. 11 .. 10 .. A 2 20 48 54 22 FA 5G 8 17 Mortgages B Card of Thanks 2 Monuments A 4 ChlroputHata .... 13 Moving, Storage 23 14 Musical instr, ... 18 Nursery Stock ... 14U Offices for Rent 3 Office EguJpt. . - · Osteopaths Laundries ....... 21 Livestock for Sale ' Location Wanted Lost and Found Lota for Bate .. . Machinery .. ---Milk ............ Mine, for Sale . . HUc. ror nont .. Money to Loan Mortgages Chiropractors ... Cleaners, Dyers 63 40 Ie.iCU Notices ... Dogs. Birds. n el» Educational Opportunities .... Electrical Service W Employment Service A30 Farms for Sale . . 00 Farm" for Rent , .A50 Ftxrm Machioery 61 Florists 4 Fuoeru,! Dlrcctora Stirs OaraEQ for Rent ^Oarage tor Sa!p Gardens Gtfts Help W a n t e d i With lav. .... Help W a n t e d , Femalo Help *iV a n t e d . Male ......... Help - W a n t e d . , MOJO, Female. .A36 iHldCfl, Wool. Furs 78 Painting, Personals Decor. , Household Goods 13 Houses for Bale 47 Housej tor Rent 48 Plumbing, Htg... Paullry. Egys .. Radio SuppHea .. Real EalatB \V T td. Rooms for Rent Sale or Trade .. .A3S Sale or Rent ,.. -A47 Salesladies ...... 31 Salesmen 35 Seeds, Feeds .. Sen.-. O f f e r e d ...A3: Situation \Vta. .. i)3 Stationery 11 Stocks 71 Summer Cottages G* 31 Swap Service ... 3f Travel Bureau ..A G 82 Trafla or Excn. - - Wtd. to Borrow T' WW. to Buy . . . . 70 Wtd., MJso ...... A.76 Wtd. .to Rent ... 76 Wearing Apparel 70 Funeral Directors McAULB"2 Funeral Home--Com plete service day and ight. 8 South Adams. Phone 651. MEYER FUNERAL HOME--Dependable service. 243 Fifth street S. E. Ph. 1505. ' PATTERSON FUNERAL. HOME-i- A service for .thpse who care 'Ambulance. 322 N. Wash. Ph. 1140 RANDALL. Funeral Home--Ambu lance service. 104 3rd St. N. E Ph 511. C. E. Snipps. H. B. Major Florists FLOWERS tor bereavement, fo: the shut-in and for every othe: nccaslon. Reasonable prices. Promp delivery. Kemble's Greenhouse, 55 Monuments MARK every grave with a monu ment from Mason City Cut Ston and Mon't Co., 504 N. Monroe 78" Personal Money to Loan CHARACTER LOANS, 8 per cent discount, easy payments. H. E. warner, 207% N. Fed. Ph. 177. H E R E -is a typical example of the debt financing plan offered by the UNITED FINANCIAL SERVICE. In this case a family Is paying out $30 a month on scattered debts. Secauso of a salary reduction the head-of the family found it impossible to keep on paying this amount. 3efe was the situation facing him: Owed Paid Owed Paid Owed Paid Owed Paid Owed Paid $20 $135 for auto monthly 50 for radio monthly 35 for doctor monthly 40 for washing machine monthly 40 for groceries monthly T SEEKERS GUIDE Autos for Sale 79 GIFTS for HIM Our vacuum-refined Zero-Oil at 7oc a gal. would make a nice Christmas present for Dad's car. HOMETOWN Gas, Oil and Coal Co. Phone 409. MEN'S DRESS SOCKS PER PAIR $1.00 MILLER-JONES CO. $300 Total Debts Paid monthly ?39 What he did: Borrowed the $300.00 from the UNITED FINANCIAL SERVICE, took care of all the miscellaneous bills, and paid the loata back in 520 a month payments and kept his credit good with the merchants. United Financial Service F. M. HUMPHREY, Mgr. 3 First St. N. W. First Door W. Phone 1414 of Adams Drug ZIPPER UNDER ARM BRIEF CASES--All Sizes. Blade and Brown KLIPTO LOOSE LEAF COMPANY Beauty Parlors 16 PERMANENTS §1.60 complete. Shampoo, finger- wave 75c. Part dry flngerwave 3Bc. Marcel *Uc. Annex Permanent VVavo Shop 212 i/i N. Fed. Ave. Help Wanted, Female 31 GIRL wanted to learn to operate small telephone switchboard and assist with housework. Board and room in good home for the present. Will pay small wages after first of year. John WatlJng, Cylinder, Iowa. Help Wanted, Male 32 WANTED--High class men to introduce new savings plans for children and adults. Banks furnished. Exclusive territory. Exc. oppor tunity. Write K-4, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Exp. reliable married man to work on farm. FBED E. BRANDT St. Ansgnr, Iowa TWO YOUNG MEN with cars to work near Mason City selling nationally advertised product. Men chosen will be sent to our Dea Molnes office for training at our expense. Only men who can leave town need apply. You must be neat appearing and well recommended. See Mr. Spieler, 9 a. m.. Hotel Hanford. Situation Wanted 33 WANTED--Work on T-5, Globe-Gazette. farm. Write 3 PC. Christmas Set--Billfold, key caae, cigaret case. In useful wood gift box. An IDEAL GIFT at 88c. J. C. PENNEY CO., Inc. Men's Leather Soled Everets make home comfort complete. In tan only--?1.00 TRADEHOME SHOE STORE GIFTS FOR THE CHILDREN BELDING'S CARMELCRISP Shop, 111 E. State. Candy, Popcorn, Peanuts, 1 Ib. box Chocolate Cherries, 36c. . . . Gum . . . Magazines Photography's latest creation GOLD-TONE PORTRAITS Child photos our specialty Lorraine Studio--210 Weir Bldg. Skates - Sklis - Sleds - Bicycles Wagons - Guns - Ammunition LINDQUIST'S 620 S. Federal Phone 831 "WHY NOT A Y. M. C. A. MEMBERSHIP FOR CHRISTMAS?" Contributing--J50.00 and up. Sustaining--525.00. Senior--$15.00--21 years and up, Regular--510.00--18 years to 21 High school--?5.00 to 57.00. Grade school--$3.00. GIFTS FOR THE HOME Christmas DECORATIONS of all itinds. TREES, Evergreen roping, holly, wreaths, etc. Order Early! KEMBLES GREENHOUSE KUgSELL STUDIO Phone 2272 J. C. PENNED BUILDING How about the whole family going in on a Hart Schaffner and Marx OVERCOAT FOR DAD? GILDNER'S GIFTS for HER LUCIEN LELONG perfume, cologne, toilet water and compacts. PALAIS ROYAL BEAUTY SHOP. 2nd floor Palais Hoyal Bldg. LADIES' FULL FASHIONED HOSE 48c a pair Substandards SAM RAIZES ASK RAY SENEY Why not give something that will last and last and last? We have "Gifts of Utility" for all. MASON CITY HARDWARE CO. Don't be afraid to send china or glassware to yovir out-of-town friends. WE PACK IT TO SHIP. IOWA TEA CO. 29 E. STATE Try the New Coal ECONOMY CHUNKS $7.50 W. B. BLOCK COAL CO., Ph. 563 CHRISTMAS AND HOLIDAY WREATHS, PREPARED TREES THE FLOWER SHOP Phone 1360 16 First S. E. THE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE North Iowa's Leading Newspaper Send your friends this newspaper as a Christmas gift. A gift that lasts the whole year 'round. Just tell us to whom it goes and we will do the'rest. GLOBE-GAZETTE PH. 3800 Announcing IVY DAUGHBHTY 218 N. Delaware Phone 1215J New REAL SILK HOSIERY Rep. A NEW CHE Will Be Announced Soon We Must Have Room Every used car in our stock must be sold regardless of price. Come in and look them over. We have the most complete stock in Northern Iowa. Don't fail to take advantage of this wonderful opportunity of owning a good used car at your own price. DEMONSTRATORS ' We have several 1933 Demonstrators and sevei-al slightly used 1933 coaches and coupes that we are offering at wonderful savings. These cars are fully equipped and carry a new car guarantee. Trade your old car in on one of these nearly new cars and save the difference. COMMERCIAL CARS We have a few cheap used trucks that we are closing put at very attractive prices. Buy one of these and put it to work. We Trade Open Evenings and Sundays Easy Terms Used Cars With an O. K. That Counts S. R. Chevrolet Co., Inc. MASON CITY, IOWA North Iowa's Leading Automobile Dealer A complete stock of fine Watchea, Diamonds and Jewelry. The prices aro fair prices. Many good specials in Watches. . . . BLANCHARD'S Make this a GRUEN Christmas-\Ve have a STYLE and DESIGN for everyone in the family. Priced 525 up. W. H. POTTS, JEWELER Have you tried any of the delicious Luncheons served for only 25c, 30c and 35o complete at the HAWKEl'E CLUB, 118 S. Federal CHARGED WITH ROBBING STAR. 2 Men Held, Third Sought in Jewel Theft From Mae West. LOS ANGELES, Dec. 5. (.Vi~ ~ Charged with robbing Mae West of f 520,400 In money ami jewels more than a year ago, two men were under nrrcat today and a. third was ." sought. Harry O. Voilcr, one time mana"- er for the late Texas Gtiinan, was ',' being- held In Chicago in connection with the robbery, and Edward l-l. Friedman was held here. Del .roil police have been asked to seiii-eh foi Morris Cohen. The three were in- r dieted by the grand Jury here yes- .- terclay. ' ,. Chief of Police James K Davis : said Friedman confessed the rob- ' bery and named Voile as his accomplices. r and Colicn · ·· Waterloo Has l l t h Auto Death of Year :; WATERLOO, Dec. 5. (!Pl-- Water- ' loo'.s eleventh auto fatality this year' occurred Monday night when Elton · Selix, 6, son of Mr. mid Mrs. Kcilh Selix, was struck by a car driven by Donald Short, 19. Short's right leg was cut off by a train several years " ago. Autos for Sale 79 Take n. rld« in tho new Hupmoblle, you'll enjoy tt. Worth the $100 reduction. It makes a wonderful buy for that grade of merchandise. And also remember wo have somo good used cars. HUPMOBILK SALES AND SEHVICB Block Nnrtli. 1,4 Block En.lt of llnnfcml Ilolpl 4RH We have a very large assortment of ladies' steer hide hand bags at very reasonable prices. HUXTABIjE DRUG CO. An ideal Christmas GIFT. INVESTORS SYNDICATE. Living protection for you and your children's education. C. N, Chambers, Dlst. Mgr. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICK OF TIIK AlTOlN't'MEfiT OF ADMIXISTHATOK Iowa Stock Judges Get High Individual Honors AMES, Dec. 5.--Though two members of the Iowa State college livestock judging team won flrat and second high honors in the intercollegiate contest at the International Livestock Exposition at Chicago, the team placed fourth, losing to Ohio, Oklahoma and Texas. Russell Plagcr of Grundy Center won championship individual honors. HUton Brings of 1'ornlng Sun was second high individual. Other members o£ the Iowa State team arc Joe Beving of Ackley, Carl Hertz of Laurens, James Hllller of Austin, Minn., and LeRoy Gardner of Rowley. Pair Exonerated of Blame in Accident LAMONI, Dec. 5. Wl--.John Uny- ess, owner, and Frank Finne'll. river of an automobile which truck and killed Herbert Hoguc of" ^orydou, were exonerated of blame i connection with the death. Wit-" esses said Hogue, alighting f r o m " truck, stepped in front of the Rooms tor Rent 44 FOR RENT--Mod. Slpg. rm, 3491W. FOR RENT--Good clean sleeping rooms with city heat, reasonable. Ph.1690. 320 S. Del. FOR RENT--Light hshg. and sipg. rms. 228 1st S. E. Apartments for Rent 45 FOR RENT--Furn. apt. 719 N. Del. FOR RENT--Front suite, 3 large unfurn. rms. over I. G. A. Groc'y. FOR. RENT--3 rm. furn. apt., upstairs, clean and neat. 847 3 NW. Services Offered A33 ASHES and rubbish hauled. 2068. WANTED -- Washings or work week or hour. Phone 3962. by DO Your figure lines need liftln and slimming? Phone 38SS. Spencer Corsetlere, llflVj E. ROOFS repaired. Phone 3830. Lost and Found LOST--Brown and Spaniel. Ph. 1313. white Water LOST--LADY'S PURSE containing $1 bill and valuable papers. Return to Mrs. Bert Allen, 648 Fourth St. K. E. Reward. Money to Loan 8 OUR $50 FOR $5.50 FOR 5 MOS. Courteous and confidential service. Ask any one of our 1,000 satisfied customers. Experienced loan coun- sellor In charge. SECURITY LOAN COMPANY K21 1st Nat'l Bh. Bldgr. Ph. 413 Use Our C o m p l e t e Personal Finance Service To clean up your bills To buy the thing you need now. To reduce your present . payments. PIJTE'S irill loan you up to $300 for that purpose C. L. Pine Loan Company Phono 224 204 Weir Bldg. Diagonally Opposite The First Nntlonni Banli "Large enough to sen's you. small enough to. know you." ROOMS Papered, 51. Hyde, 2119W. · Swap Service 38 Three tunes or itss 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 tho Wand Ad counter. Regular rates wlU be charged tor every line over 3 lines, besides 10 cents for each answer. The Globe-Gazette retaJna the right to discontinue ad after three days. TO SWAP--Chickens for corn or pigs. Write ZZ-5, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Well pump and pipe for hogs, calves or poultry. Write TT- 2, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Good rag carpet for old fashioned wardrobe. Write GG-2, Globe-Gazette. Rooms for Rent 44 FOR RENT--Rm. 222 1st N. E. FOR RENT--3 rooms. Ph. 1027J. FOR RENT-- Lthakg. S. E. rms. 202 2 FOR RENT--Hskg. rms. 207 6 NE. FOR RENT--Unfurn. li.shg rooms, adults. 309 E. State. FOR RENT--Room. 229 E. State. FOB RENT --2 good rooms, first floor, private entrance, S'O. Lights and water furnished. 506 South Tyler. FOR APTS., furn. or unfurn., see J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. FOR RENT--Fur. apt. 712 N. Mad. FOR RENT--4 rm. mod. apt. 3S8. Houses for Rent 46 FOR RENT--5 r. mod. bung. 2477. FOR. RENT--Two splendid, well located modern homes. One B rm., one 1 rm. W. L. Patton, 109 E. St. FOR RENT--Mod. hse. 632 6th PI. S. E. Ph. 1830. FOR RENT--7 rm. mod. house. 1711 S. Del. $22.50 per month. Beck Brothers. FOR RENT--8 rm. mod. home, 516 8 S. E. Ph. 1110. RENT YOUR HOME from Briar List your property with Briar Buy a home from Briar. Ph. 3414. Livestock ior Sale 52 FOR SALE--Holstein bulls, ready for service, also few COWB and heifers. Ph. 13 on 4. H. J. Schllch- ting, Rockwell, Iowa. FOR SALE--Good Guernsey cowa, milk'g. E. L. Day, near Sheffield, Miscellaneous for Sale 55 FOR SALE--Wheel chair, J15. Ph. 2391W. 1,000 CHRISTMAS TREES 2 foot size, 10 cents. Any size 6 cents per foot. EARL'S FRUIT CO., 1509 S. Federal. Phone 1138. FOR SALK--Potatoes 89n 100 Ibs.; large size, $1.05 100 Ibs.; 20c a prck. Apples 881 a bnshc), 8 Jbs. Zoc, Onions 50c a bushel. Carrots 75c a bushel. Other vegetables. KAKL'S FRUIT CO. Pimm; 1138 1500 S. Federal Open Evenings and Sundays Miscellaneous for Sale 55 SIZE ZcEACH These Dry Mats are excellent for lining garages, chicken houses, coal bins, cellars, cabin walls, weatherboardlng, sound proofing or insulation. Not suited for outside surfacing or drawing use. Wo have over 500 which may bo bought for only 2 centa each. Call Business Office, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE Boy's S12.50 fire engine with two detachable ladders, $6; $10 erector s«t, $5; 8 piece curved electric train track arid 2 coaches, $1. All as good as new. 212 N. Hampshire and 3rd street N. E. GOOD CLEAN COAL Fair prices Just try/ one ton ALLISON COAL Phone FOR SALE--2nd hand bath tub, water closet and sink. J. L. Zahrobsky, plumbing and heating. 15 9th N. E. NESTOR JOHNSON SHOE »4.46 SKATES S5.95 Uckva » New ShMe Grinder and Sharpen Skn.fe» Perfectly for 20o Per rfr. W« Bay and Sell Used Skatett. Skll* and Sleda, Triced Right. LINDQUIST'S 620 South Federal Phone 831 Offices ior Rent 63 FOR RENT--Very desirable office rooms, $7 to $b. See J. B. Youngblood. Phone 36. Wearing Apparel 70 Wanted to Buy 75 HIGHEST Cash prices paid for old gold watch cases, dental scrap. Blanchard'a i Jewelry. WANTED--To buy 150 bushels soybeans for feed. Address H-5, care ·lobe-Gazette, giving price. CASH Paid for men's used clothing and shoes. Bring to 337 S. Fed. Wanted to Rent 76 WANTED--To rent desirable turn, home In Mason City with 3 bedrooms. Must be modem, In goo3 location and available by Dec. 15. Agents or owners write J. iT. Mahoney, Box 234, Elma, Iowa. Hides, Wool, Furs 78 HIGHEST PRICES prdfl for hides and furs. See us before selling-. Kropman Auto Supply Co., 61B S. Adams. Autos for Sale 79 FOR SALE--1925 Dodge sedan, good condition, cheap. Ph. 1175W. USED CARS 1930 Plymouth Coupe 1930 Marquetto 1«2B Pontiac (Radio) 1929 Plymouth Sedan Several cheap ones to be sold at your price. J. H. MAIISTON ',: Block Xait of Hotel llanfnrd STA.TE OF 1ONVA. Cetro aordo Counly, BH. No. 41D3. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN, thai Ih* underelgDed has l)«*n duly appointed :mil qualified as Administrator ot the estate of Henrietta Willey, deceased, late or Cerro Gordo County. Al] ·persona ImleMed In cold estate arc requested to make I m m e d i a t e pay- m e n t ; and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to tlie undersigned for allowance, and flic In the o f f i c e of the Cleric of t h e District Court. O. A. ICIDE. Ralph S. Stanliery, Attorney. Dated rsovemher 27, 103,1. B. H. MncPenlc, Clerk District Court. By--Margaret Ulley. Deputy. Board Proceedings FOR SALE:--Man's raincoat. Phone 2072. FOR SALE:--Truck driver's uniform and used clothing. 1612 S. Car. Household Goods 73 FOR SALE--Kitchen cabinet, vic- trola, dresser. 2168. 1G12 S. Car. Poultry and Eggs 74 FOR SALE--12fl choice Buff Minorca pullets, starting to lay, at 50c. Walter Neuberger, Iowa. Rockford, Highest Value! USED CARS! Lowest Prices! CAR RADIOS, HEATERS or WINTER ACCESSORIES are the most practical Christmas gifts. A full line on display at our accessory department. 19S2 Ford V-8 Coach. Extra clean, 1932 Ford V-8 Coupe. New rubber. 1931 Chcv. Trjf. Duals, good tires. 1928 Ford Truck. 1931 Essex Coupe. Clean, low mlge. 1031 Dodge Coupe. 19S1 Ford Coach. Now paint, tires, Fords--All Models--Priced to Sell Wagner Motor Company BO A FIT) rAOCEKTUNGS, CEEUIO GORUO COUNTV. XOWA. November Session--Second D»y. Nov. 28, 1033. Tho Board of Supervisors of C e r r o aorrto County Iowa, met in regular a*B3ton. Tticre were preatnt aupervlflorfl W. D. Gibson, Chairman; F. G. Root and C. H. Pat ton. Absent, none. Mlnutea ol laat mceticR read and approved. The followltiB resolution waa o f f e r e d by Supervisor Koot: Whereas, the Board ot BvipervlBOrs ot Ccr- ro Gordo County, Iowa, deem It advisable to ma.fce application to the Federal C i o y e r n - ment for ft grant of 30 per cent of the cost or construction or Improvement of those roads as designated and set out in the cerro Gordo County, Iowa, Secondary Road Construction ProRram {Local) for the year 1934, said program having been duly adopted on the 2Mh day of November, im, by the Board of approval, pursuant to ihc pro- Unions of Chapter 2*0, Code of tov-'a, 1031. Now, therefore Be It Resolved by the Board of Supervisor* of Cerro Rordo County, Iowa, that they make application to the Federal Emergency Administration or Public Worku for the *ald frariU, for and on behalf of Cerro Gordo County, lowi. On motion of Supervisor Root, neeondfirt by Supervisor Patton, the foregoing resolution aa o f f e r e d ivfls adopted. Tne vote on the motion resulted as follows: Ayes: supervisor* Root, Fatton and Olbaon. Naya, none. Resolution fleciared adopted. Board met in the m a t t e r of DralrmRo 131E- trlct No. 38 and authorised ths j««uanc« of Improvement certificates in the acffresatc sum of 5I.007.fia. Board approved the Official bonds of the following deputy sherlfts: Kimer E. Dye, Richard J, Barr, John H. Sherman. Kermlt E- Kay, Robert W. Trudo, Ed J. Vo^eT, Frank W. Murphy, Harold M. Hubbard, Harold White, Bam O. Vlclan. Board adjourned to meet Dec, 4, 1933, Attest-- W. D. GIBSON'. ARTHUR HARRIH, Chairman. Auditor. F O R D in 1st 3. K. 8 A L B S Opp. OM P. O. Auto Trucks 80 Still, 40 years from now the children of today will be telling how much better kids were reared in their time.--Davenport Times. Joachim Is League Head in GuircYi at AUa Visti ALTA VISTA, Dec. 5.--Pav Joachim was re-elected president o tl.e local Luther league Sunday night at the monthly meeting o the organization. Herman Alt vico president, Harry Schulz, secre tary, and Miss Marie Radtke, trens urer. A talk by the Rev. A. F Karsten, one act playlet entitled "Courtship Under Difficulty," a social period and luncheon featured the gathering. Mrs. Cowles Deeds Land to State Park at Algona WEST UNION, Dec. 5.--Mrs Gardner Cowles of Des Moincs has deeded a. small tract of land of an acre or two adjoining the Ambrose A. Call state park near Algona to the board of conservation to be Incorporated in tlie parJc. Mrs. Cowles was mainly responsible in the state's obtaining the land for the A. A. Call park, it being a living memorial to tho memory of her lute father, a pioneer settler in that par of Town. Cold Kills Mountain ExpLorer m Mexiuco ANECAMECA, Mexico, Dec. .·..', rt 1 *--Edmundo Cordova, an explorer attempting to reach the highest, ieaks of the snow covered movin-' .ain Ixtao.cilHiatl. died today f r o m , ! the intense cold. Mrs. Josephine Lowther, \viio died recently at Ridgeland, S. Car., war?.,, the mother of 11 children thfc grandmother ot 85 and the great-1 grandmother of 23. '· Totally Disabled For Past 3 Years Mr. Berry Finds Giy-Cas the : Medicine He Should Have.... Had Years Before; Rhcum;i- ' tism, Kidney Troubles Conquered--Now Feels Fine. There .seems to be no end to the praise for Gly-Cas throughout Ala- 7 son City and vicinity. Hundreds of former sufferers of this community are now enjoying' good and glorious J - Legislature Studies Liquor in Minnesota ST. PAUL, Dec. 5. 01')--The Minnesota legislature convened for a special session today, with state liquor control and public relief the major problems to he considered. DEMAND 'DAIRY MAID" PRODUCTS Butter, Milk, Cream, Whip Cream and Cottage Cheese PHONE 686 FOR SALE--International 2 ton, (i cylinder, .short whcclbasc, dual tires. International Motor Trucks. Phone 20. Auction Sale a t . . . Lund Sales Stables On Highway No. 18, Ka«t Edge of BInson City THURSDAY, DEC. 7 We have a good listing oT horses, cows, stock cattle, sheep, and feeding pigs. Ten head of extra good Guernsey cows to freshen by January 1st or sooner. Twenty-five head of good work horses. One hundred head of hogs. One registered Shorthorn hull, and many others not listed. Bring your things in early as sale will start at 10:30 sharj). Lunch on the grounds. K. A. Lund--38HG -- PHONES -- rir,,S2--Ora Baylcss MR. C. M. BKnilV health and do not liesltalc lo giv* fl new Giy-Cas full credit for tlir.n- complete recovery. Rend what Mr. .', C. M. Berry, 102-1 N. Jefferson Ave , Mason City, well known anil respected local gentleman who 1ms lived here the past 25 yearn, said recently In a statement reaching Michael Drug Co., 0 So. Federal Ave.: "I wonder if all sufferers hero in Mason City rcnlize how f o r t u n a t i : , they are in being able to get a medicine like Gly-Cns," he .said. "Rhcti- matlnm had caused me nucli misery for the past 20 years, was budly constipated too and ht\d awful Itirl- ney and bladder disorder. I had been totally disabled the past LUron years and hart been unublc. to even j; 11 down town for weeks. ThoRo, piun.-: over my body were almost unbearable at times, my kidneys mused me to get up many times ill night and n good night's sleep wns impossible. I tried everything, even \vf:nt to a sanitarium but got no hotter u n t i l I finally began Gly-Gis. Bill nmv 1 can truthfully say I nin feeling fine, improved In every way. I have just finished my second hox of this new- remedy and came down town myself for more. Freed of those rheumatic pains, bowels regulated, appetite re.sLored, sleep fine. Friends even remark :IM to ho-.v much bettor I am and they have noticed the wonderful improvement in my condition. Cly-Cos was a medicine thiil wns able lo do what all othtrs f.iilnr! to accomplish -- in giving mo my health. If anyone wishes n pprsonn! confirmation call at my honrj nr phone No. 2078-.I." Cly-Cas is PoM by thr? -Mi brtrl Drug Co., t South Federal Avi\. Mrt- son City, Town

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