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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 11 1935 TWENTY-ONtr Now Is the Time to Buy Farm Bargains Such as Listed on Want Ad Page Classified Advertising Information Fifteen cents a lioe first insertion. Ten cents a line ior each consecutive subsequent Insertion. (Count live average words to the line). - Seven insertions am given lor the price of six. CLASSIFIED (DISPLAY ADVERTISING 70 cents per column Inch each Insertion. A discount or 15 per cent will be allowed on all classified advertisements paid for at ihe time of Irmrtion or not later than 5 days thereafter. No credit extended for classincd advertising if there la an account thirty days old or more. All out-of-town ads arc payable in ad- Tam:e, AH refunds on \Vant Ads must he called tttc within 30 days ot the cancellation date of the order. Minimum charge for sinsle advertisement. 25 cents. Answer fo "blind" advertisements must be addressed to the letter stated In the ail., cart of the Clone-Gazette. Under no circumstances will the Globe-Gazette reveal the name ot those inserting "blind" advertise- in eats. PHONE 3800 between S a« m. and 6 p. m. and ask lor the Ad Taker. INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications are numbered according to the position In Which they appear In the section. Agent* IG /pts. lor Rent .. 45 Amusements .... 7 Auto Accessories 82 79 .A79 . SO . si . 16 17 2 . 13 . 14 . IS .Aifi Autog, for Sale Auto Storage A uto Truck .... Auto Kcpairing . Beauty Parlors . Board, Room . · · 49 Bonds A 9 Burial Vaults . ..A 3 Bide. Materials . 4:i Business L o c a- tions 37 Business Opportunities 29 Gates, Restaurants Card cf Thanks Chiropodists ... Chiropractors . Cleaners, Dyers Cottages Death Notices ... 1 Dentists A37 Boys, Birds, Pets 53 Educational Opportunities .... 40 Electrical Service 61 Employment Service A30 Farm for Sale .. 50 Farms for Rent .A^O Farm Machinery 51 Florists 4 Foods A55 Funeral Directors 3 Furs 9 Garage for Rent (18 Oarage for Sale 69 Gardens , . . , . , . . 41 Gilts 60 Help W a n t e d , with jnv 30 Help W a n t e d , Female 31 Hcip W a n t e d , Male 32 Ht'lp W a n t e d , Male, Female .A36 Hide, Wool. Furs 78 Household Goods 73 Houses for Sale Houses lor Rent Instruction insurance ....... Investment . Ir. Memoriam Job Printing .... Ltiundrlcs Livc-stc-clc for Sale location Wanted Lvst and Found Lots (or Sale ... Machinery Milk Misc. lor Sale ... i.lisc. for Rent ., Money to Loan .. Monuments A A Musical Inslr. . . - .18 Nursery Stock a .. Optometrists A i r Offices for Kent 63 Oliice Furn., Fix. A0;j Office Equipt. ... G-1 Osteopaths , l- r » Painting, Decor. 2-1 Personals o Fhotoprapherg .. 2. r Plumbing, Htg. . . 26 Poultry, Ep r -;s .. 74 K.idio Supplies Real Estate . Kcoms ft Snlc or T Sale cr Rent salesladies ... gaicsmen .... Seeds, Feeds Serv. Offered Situation Wtd. Stamps, Coins . .A7-I Stationery ...... 71 Stocks , 72 Summer Cottsges 67 gwap Service . . . 3S Travel Bureau . .A 5 Trade or Exch. . 42 UphoLsierins .... fi9 IVtd. to Borrow . 77 Wtd. to Buy .... 75 Wtd., Mtae ATS Wtd. to Kent 66 Kent -f-f ..A::S . .A47 .. 31 .. Wearing Apparel 70 Money to Loan LOAN PLANS 1 on furniture 2 on autos 3 on diamonds 4 on snlary 5 on personal signature, 30 REPAYMENT PLANS Reduced Rates North Iowa's Oldest Loan Company SECURITY LOAN CO. Salesmen 35 321 1st Natl. BU. Phone 412 I F - - - The Man Who BorrOWS Three times or less offering "C13U A P" nnet-e nnthintr. Thp SALESMAN WANTED--New and used car salesmen wanted :tt once. Jewel Motors Inc., Phone SI. WANT--Auto service and salesman, age 20 to 26. State experience. Reply in own handwriting. Write K-9, Globe-Gazette. Swap Service 38 SWAP--60 acres of heavy timberland in Missouri for used lumber. Write XX-11, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Small North Iowa farm, clear for 22 in. separator. Write RR-10 Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Male rat terrier pup, 8 mos. old for boy's bicycle. Write XX-9, Globe-Gazette. W A N T S : --$300 or Leas --Strict Privacy --Less Red Tape --Prompt Service --Small Payments --No Endorsers --Furniture and Car Loans HE SHOULD SEE THE United Financial Service F. M. HUMPHREY, Mgr. 3 Doors East of Courthouse Phone 1414 NEED MONEY? This well financed company can make Immediate Loans Anywhere in North Iowa Dp to $300.00 On Personal Property. See, Phone or Write FUEE INFORMATION C. L. Pine Loan Company Diagonally Opposite 1st Natl. Bank 204 Weir BIdg., Mason City, Iowa 'SWAP" costs nothing. The ad must have a Globe-Gazette "key" number and the advertiser will pay 10 cents for each reply. Replica 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. Houses for Sale 47 FOR SALE--Good investment mod. bung., Forest Park. Water softener, fireplace, elec. refrig., double garage, hot water heat, completely furn., $4,600. Write P. O. Box 713. FOR SALE--$800 for 5 rm. mod. year round home, Camp Grounds, Clear Lake. Inq. at light house station. Saie or Rent A47 FOR SALE OB KENT AT CLEAR LAKE--House consisting of four modern apartments, two rent for 3iJ5 each, two at §12.50 each, rents can be raised. Will rent whole house to responsible party for $25 or will sell very cheap. Freeman Kenyon, Clear Lake, Iowa. Acreages A48 FOR RENT---Acreage 5 acres imp. well located on carline. Gas and lights. Beck Bros. Ph. 134. Trade or Exchange Farms for Sale PRIVATE SALE 50 FOR TRADE--Printing and devel- j oping outfit for oil or pressure stove. Ph. 3299. Rooms for Rent 44 For Rent--Hskpg j FARM A N D FEISSONAL PKO- rJERTV INCLUDING 120 Acres--Good buildings, one of the best farms in the country. Personal Property--5 horses, 2.1 head of cattle, 38 head of hogs, 500 j For Rent--Hskpg. rms. 125 5 NW. FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. Ph. 10S7. For Rent--Slpg. rm. 229 E. State. FOR RENT--Sleeping room $1.50 wk. 208 South Madison. Chiropractors 14 THOUSANDS depend upon Chiropractic for health. Why not you 7 Dr. Ziegler, 1 D. c. 21 J /o S. Fed. 229. Beauty Parlors 16 FOR RENT--Very desirable sips', rm. for young man. Pri. bath. t12 1 N. W. rm. 1452 N. Jcf. I chickens, full line of machinery, 50 acres of corn, 37 acres of oats, 5 acres soy beans. Will soli complete or separately. Immediate possession. 6 MILKS S. \V. OF KOCKWKLL RILEY W. LEWIS 204 FORESTERS BLDG. Wonted to Buy 75 WANTED--All kinds of used furniture. Call us before you sell Grahams. Phone 301. Wanted to Rent 76 WANTED--To rent strictly mod. 6 rm. house, responsible party, rental must be reas. Write M-li, Globe-Gazette. Autos (or Sole 79 FOR SALE--1929 Olds coupe. Good looker and a good car. Write N- 10, Globe-Gazette. U S E D C A R S Popular Makes ANY PRICE YOU WANT You Pay Less Better Guarantees J. H. M A R S T O N ' 2 Block East of Hnnford Hotel Chrysler and Plymouth FOR RENT--Light hskpg. rm. 127 S. Polk Place. FOR RENT--Cool slpg. rm. 3697.T. Apartments for Rent 45 FOR RENT--Aug. 1, turn, apt. 16 S. Adams. PERMANENT WAVES, SI, 51.50, $1.98 and 52.50. Shampoo and fin- I ger wave 50c. Ph 3011 call for Le j Modcrne Annex. 2l2'.i N. Fed. Ave. | HOWARD COUNT'S' WELL IMPROVE!) QUARTER KING FARM, i/ 2 mile W. of Bonuir on graveled road. 144 acres tillable Innd, undulating to slightly rolling. 3 story house, barn, corn crib, granary, 3 hen houses, 2 machine sheds, rm i hog house and pump house, all in ! fair condition. Make us an offer, Wrilc K.VROLO OLOHARI, 2815 Grand Ave., Des Moines, Iowa Sales Supervisor for FIRST TRUST _ . I JOINT STOCK LAND BANK 1, 2, 3 rm. apt. 2051. OF CHICAGO. FOR RENT--Unfurn. 3 rm. apt. 1530 N. Mad., .$12.50. Lepper Co. FOR RENT- Seeds, Feeds 28! FOR RENT--Unfurn. 5 rm. mod. apt., over Princess Cafe. Inq. at cafe. FOR SALE--Mixed 1 timothy and clover hay in field. Carroll Bros, Rt. 5. FOR RENT--Desirable -1 rm. apt., nicely furn. Sec J. B. blood, Youngblood Bldg. Business Opportunities 29 FOR SALE--Oilstation doing gmvd business, reason for selling, owner has just passed away. Freeman Kenyon, Clear Lake, Iowa. CLOSING OUT SALE HAMBUN BURIAL VAULT CO. 427 N. Georgia Ave. SAX., JULY 13--1 O'CLOCK FOR RENT--3 unfurn. rms. and bath apt., 2 Murphy beds. Ph. 210. FOR RENT--4 rm. mod. apt. 2477. FOR RENT--3 and 4 rm. furn, or unfurn. apt. Ph. 2357. FOR RENT--Apts., furn. or un- furn., see J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 3(5. FOR RENT--Nice 4 rm. apt. over All cement block machinery, tools,! StrancUheatcr. J. A. Sullivan. Ph. store fixtures, household goods, I 3 or 3573. camping; outfit. ' FOR SALE--Chain store tax compels sale of two filling stations FOR RENT Fine unfurnished apartment, 4 large doing 6,000 gals, per month. Write rooms and bath. Glassed in sleeping Funeral Directors 3 | R-S, Globe-Gazette. McAULEY Funeral home -- Complete service day and night. S 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 1140 RANDALL Funeral Home--Ambulance service. 104 3rd St. N. E. Ph. 511. C. E. Snipps, H. B. Major. FOR RENT--Texaco filling station and lunch room. Fully equipped, $240 a year. Clear Lake, Iowa. ] porch, steady oil burner heat, hot, cold running soft water. No children. 319 FIRST STREET S. E. Optometrists A 1 5 GLASSES--The latesTirTstyTe.''^ service and price pleasing. See Dr. Knutson, Opt., Weir Bldg. FOR RENT--Mod. furn. 3 rm. 1st fl. apt., pri. ent., toilet, phone, refrig. Infants considered. Ph. 4261. FOR RENT--Furn. 123% No. Fed. 1 rm. apt Help Wanted, Female 31 .-_»"' -- *-- ~ -" -· ! Houses for Rent 46 WANTED--Exp. girl for house- | FOR RENT--Fine strictly modern work. Must like children. Writs 7 rro house close in clear Lake . T-ll, Globe-Gazette. Write ^.^ Globe-Gazette. Florists LET Us help you with the floral arrangements for your wedding. Experienced salespeople. Kembles Greenhouse. Ph, 55. Personals STOMACH ULCER, Gas Pains, Indigestion victims, why suffer? For quick relief get a free sample ;f Udga, a doctor's prescription at Ford Hopkins Michael Drug Co. KARLOTTA, Crystal Gazer, readings. Karlotta Cottage, Bayside. MOTHER of two children, but 5'ou'd never guess it to look at her figure. She wears a Spencer. 3856. Lost and Found 6 WANTED--Refined middle aged woman in Mitchell and Worth counties for position. Exp. not nee. Ref. Write N-ll, Globe-Gazette. WANTED-- Housekeeper in modern home in town. No children. Write Box 83, Swea City, Iowa. FOR RENT -- 5 rm. mod. very choice Forest Park bung. Splendid neighborhood. Let us show it to vou. W. L. Patton, Foresters Bldg. H e l p W o n i ted,.Mole 32 WANTED--Hoe man and weeders. Gardenland, Ventura. ! FOR RENT--2 rm. cottage, lights. Ph. 3482W. FOR RENT--1 rm. house. 212.U. FOR RENT--Aug. 1 mod. arr. 2 families. 26 9th NE. 2548J, or 335. FOR RENT-- House, 615 N. Fed. close in. Inq. LOST--Billfold at circus. Return to Globe-Gazette. Reward. LOST--900x20 tire and rim between Kensett and Bayside. Return to Johnson Hdw., Kensett or Globe-Gazette, Mason City. Rew'd. Money to Loan Mortgage Money available for loans on Mason City residence properties. Construction or refinancing loans. Good terms. E. W. Clark Co. 204 Forester's Bldg. AVe Have Opened Our LAWN MOWER HOSPITAL 415 W. State Laivn mowers sharpened and re-! paired. All work guaranlced. \Vc call for and deliver. Prices reasonable. PHONE 1497 LAWN Mowers sharpened, wringer rolls for every machine. Saw Shop. ; 228 S. Fed. Phone 782. '" : FOR RENT--Mod. house, furn. or unfurn. 609 N. Fc-d. Lorenz Co. Ph. 280. FOR SALE--500 N. Iowa farms. See us before buying. Wcatherly Realty Co., S\' s Second S. E. FOR SALE--Farms--Farms of all kind and size. See us if you want one, we have the real bargains. Freeman Kenyon, Clear Lake, fa. Farm Machinery 51 FOR SALE--1 Hampshire sow?, one .to farrow soon. F. G. Hintzen, Rt. 4. Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 FOR SALE--Cheap Cocker Spaniel puppies. 710 4th St. S. E. FOR SALE--Fed. wire haired pups, reas. 912 4th S. W. Miscellaneous for Sale 55 FOR SALE Outboard four cylinder Elto motor, Quad, 31 horse, electric starter, wheel drive, gas feed, and 16 foot Thompson boat. Not a cheap proposition, but money talks. See MR. N1COL AT CECIL THEATER FOR SALE--Set of complete porch screens with door. 215 14 N. W. HEAVY MATS SIZE 18I/JX21 2c E A C H The Dry Mats are excellent for lining garages, chicken nouses,-coal bins, cellars, cabin walls, weatherboarding. 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. FOR SALE--New Process Motor oil 40c gal., plus tax. Hometown Gas, Oil. Coal. 422 N. Monroe. Musical Instruments FOR SALE--Piano. 422 5 S. W. FOR RENT--Partly bung. Sam Raizes. mod. 4 rm. FOR RENT 5 room bungalow near Deckers H. A. DWELLE Phone 1300 or 2269J Mowers sharpened. H. W. Hathorn. MONEY- TO LOAN on Mason City home. Alliance Investment Co. Phone 849. PERSONAL LOANS Our business-like loan plan gets you cash on your car or furniture quickly and privately. Home Loan Finance COMPANY 204 Foresters Bldg. BED BUGS Roaches, Moths, Exterminated. Guaranteed. Free Est. MACKET'S Thone 782 328 S. Fed. Cottages A46 FOR RENT--Lakeshore cottages, I some very cheap. Freeman Ken| yon, Clear Lake. Salesmen 35 SALESMAN--21-37. Willing to leave city. Must have car. Experience unnecessary as field manager trains you. Income should exceed ?50 weekly. Mr. Griggs, Hotel Eadmar. MEN Wanted for Rawleigh routes in south Franklin and southwest Butler counties. Write today. Rawleigh Co., Dcpt. IAG-380-SB, Freeport, 111. Office Equipment CASH Register sales, service and supplies, used adding machines. P. B. Sawtelle, 318 13 S. E. WAGNER MOTOR CO. 19 YEARS IN CERRO GORDO CO. Safe, Dependable and Economical Transportation --in-These Used Cars 1--1034 V-8 DC Luxe Fordor S495 1--1934 V-8 Std. Tudor S435 1--1934 V-8 De Luxe Tudor $495 ]--1933 V-8 Std. Tudor $385 Several Good Model A Fords from $125 to $275 1--]934 Oldsmobile Sedan .. $735 I--IBS* Chev. Master Coupe $4!)5 1--1933 Master Chev. Sedan $450 1--1932 Chev. Coach $350 1--1930 Chev. Coupe $225 COMPARE THESE VALUES And See For Yourself That Wagner Trades For Less 202 1st S. E. Phone 922 FOR SALE--New and used motorcycles at reduced prices. We trade. Indian motorcycle Sales and Service, 313 N. Wash. FOR SALE--Chev. 1935 panel, new in March. Ford C-8 truck, good condition. Ph. 911. FOR SALE--Pontinc Landcau sedan. Looks excellent. Good tires. Motor is very quiet. Upholstery extra nice. Used 39,500 miles, 595. Lapiners. Auto Trucks 80 1930 International 1 -Ton Truck Good tires. Good cab and bo.v. $125 S R Chevrolet Co. FOR SALE by finance company for the unpaid balance plus reconditioning expense: 1933 CHEV. TRUCK Long wheelbase, dual wheels. 1933 FORD V-8 TRUCK Long wheelbase, dual wheels. 1931 FORD AA TRUCK Long wheelbase, new tires on duals. 1930 INTERNATIONAL PANEL Good condition. And several pussen-cr '-ars. 101 IstStS.E. Ph. 670 Lodges and Societies I. (). O. F. LOIHjE NO. 221 l2"/i E. STATE ['HONES 2H4«'-2m.l M^ctlni; each Tuesday evening S P. K. E. s. LKA\:AN. N. r,. 937 W A Y M A N ULOS.SOW. Rec Sec'y. 3467 A. F. CHUl:CH. Fin. Sec'y, 2774W LOVAI, ORDEK 01' MOOSE MOOSE HALU_2nt) AND S. FEDERAL Phono 127S A-cets first, third and fourth Tuesdays ot each morjtri. "V. P. CHAMBERLAIN. Dictator. 2510 S. Federal. WILLIAM GROTH. SEC'y. Phone 303SW Household Goods 73 FOR SALE--Ice box, gas range, oil stove, coal range, table, bed, baby bed, cot. 211 2 S. W. FOR SALE--Electric refrigerator, good as new. Ph. 2617 after 6. FOR SALE--Lennox heater and boiler. Good cond. 109 6 S. W. P'OR RENT--Lakeshore cottage, boat. dock. Day. week or month. Ph. 2465 or 373. FOR SALE--Bargain oil stoves, congoleum rugs, furniture, clothe?, come save. B. O Ex. .MOS N. Fed. FOR SALE--Youths' and babies' "beds. Ph. 670. Clear Lake. ROYAL NEIGHBORS Of AMERICA MOOSE HALL Camp meets 2nd , ad 4tb Thursdays. 7:30 P. M. Club meets 1st and 3rd Thursdays. 2 p. M. HA RUARET JOHNSON, Oracli 1MY EUDWOF.TH, Rec. Phons 1372W LEGAL NOTICE FOR SALE--Cheap icebox. Ph. 525. B'OR RENT--Lakeshore mod. cottage by week or month. Ph. 254, 1660J or 13S1. FOR RENT--Mod. north shore cottage, gas, lights, bath. etc. Ph. Mrs. Sam Raizes. Houses for Sale 47 FOR SALE--Bungalow, 5 rooms and bath, full basement and garage, located 1035 1st St.. N. E.. Mason City. Sec it and make best offer. H. E. Freeman, Clear Lake, la. Wanted to Buy 75 WANTED--House car trailer for cash. 213 E. State. Ask for McKinley. WANTED--To buy B flat Boehm system clarinet. Ray Eurrell, 306 14 S. E. Ph. 2694. CASH PAID for power and light companies preferred stocks. N. Chapman. 1025 2nd N. W. WANTED -- Used furniture. Joe Goss, 212 South Federal. Ph, 942, -NOTICE OK Ari'OI.VT.lIJS.VT OF KXECUTOR STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. No. 4674. Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned hns been duly appointed and qualified as Executor o_ the estate of Ella F. Moi- fett, Deceased, late of Cerro Gorrfo County. All persons indebted to said estate arc request jd to make immediate payment; and those having cleams against the same will present t h e m , duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and f i l e in the office OL the Cleric of the District Court. P.. V, WILKINSON'. Executor. M A R T Y BUTLER. Attorneys. Dalcd J u n e 2K. 3935. S. H. A r n c P F T A K , Clerk Disfrirt. Court. By M A R G A R K T PJL.KY. Deputy. O T I C K 01" AIM'OINT.ME.NT OF S T \ T K OF IOWA. Cerro Gordo C o u n t y . SP. Nn. 4B7fi. N'oticr ;? hereby piven. t h f i f t h e u n d e r signed has b?en d u l y appointed flnd q u a l i f i e d as K x e c u t o r n f the e s t a t e l Sarah Elizabftii Menhir, deceased, iatc cr Ccrro Gordo Coun- ly. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment; and those having c'aims against the pamc will present them, duly authenticated, to the un- dersisnerl for allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk of trie Piturict C o u r t . C. A. PARKED. Executor. FITZPATKICK FAKLOW, Attorneys. Dated June 2S. 1935. S. H. MacPEAK. Clerk District Court. By MARGARET RILEY, Deputy, 9 ~ ~ 20* 33 29 10 30 n 37 14- IS 15 22 32 12. 23 27 8 28 10 ACROSS 2--Asleep 24--Stubborn 9--At a quick 25--Glucinum pace (symbol) !1--Plague 26--A place o( 33--One htm- safely drecHh part of 27--Place of fho n dollar seal (abbr.) ( U S.) 29--Uncooked 15--Period of SI--Boy's name d u r a t i o n 32--Wager 16--Danish coin 33--A we.stern 17--Verse {abbr } slate of the ]9~Droop U S. 20--Before Christ .15--Attitudinize (abbr.) .16--Rluplfy :i--Troubled .IS--Eradicate 23--A slate of the 39--Associate U. S. ( a b b r ) DOWN 1--Father oC the 6--Simple pros- !'---Having no .10--Insect . smoke 3C--Wild hoc "H--Release 34--Stop' (team. 17--Essential slcr'a expres- IS--Resume sion) :i--Kind of tree 35--Before 22--Boy's name (prefix) 2n--Larvae IT--Trustee 28--A horse (abbr.) (poetic) 18--Plural of nouns (suffi\) Antwer to previous puzzle twelve p a t r i - arclia 2 -- N a t i v e of Denmark 3--An n t d u N i M month (al ) ·4--N'olc of the scale encc near 6-- Krco from all charges 1--Long Viralo" of h a i r S -- T e a r f u l 10--Killer IOWAN NEARING HIS 103RD YEAR His Grandfather Came From France at 96 for New Opportunities. SAC CITY. July 11. (.T)--John Michc! Fox ot Sac City had a grandfather who brought him to the United States when the grand" father was 96 because he felt there were greater opportunities in .the. western world than there wore in France. Hence it shouldn't seem so sur-' prising that Mr. Fox. with a her*"_ itage like that, should be planning' on celebrating his .103rd birthday- Nov. 4. But now that Mr. Fox has minded well into his second cenr tiny, he is taking things a litUe ·asier than did his grandfather. "I figure," he says, "that if the" irst hundred years arc the hardest, you can just coast along after that." Mr. Fox was born in Alsace Lorraine in 1832. He was 18 when his grandfather decided there wasn't any use for a man of 96 waiting, around any longer for opportunity n France. They settled first in New York., state. Mr. Fox married in 1859 and came to Iowa, living at Waterloo And Wavcrly for a few years. In. 1864 he came to Sac City and opened a hardware store. With the aid of his sons, he has operated it" more than 70 years. He doesn't have any prescription for longevity. Of course, in his own" case, he's never used tobacco or in- :oxicants, is a vegetarian and prefers several light lunches during the day rather than three heavy meals. Walking always has been a hobby and he still follows it, tramping about town by himself two or three times a day. While he adjures tobacco and intoxicants, he does have a weakness --hats. State Department of Health Asks Effort to Control Mosquitoes DES MOINES, July 11. UP)--The Iowa state department of health today advocated "united and intelligent effort" to control mosquitoes. In some parts of Iowa, the department said, mosquitoes have become such a plague as to drive people indoors from fields and gardens. Cases of malaria, acquired within the state from mosquitoes, have been reported, the department said. Drainage, the use of oil or pans green on large bodies of water that are breeding places, and adequate screening of homes were suggested as means of defense against the mosquito. The health department reported 33 cases of measles over the state during the week ending July 6, Twnty-four cases of scarlet fever were reported, 16 cases of whooping cough, 9 cases of chicken pox, 3 cases of diphtheria, and 10 cases of smallpox. Medical note: You don't measure the fitness of a tire by its age. I but by the wear it shows and the j mileage still in it.--Wisconsin State IJournal. Improved Conditions Have Lifted Farmer in Iowa From Relief DES MOINES, July 11. I.P)--Im- proved Iowa farm conditions have lifted the Iowa farmer from the relief rolls. All Iowa farm relief clients have ocen transferred to the rural rehabilitation corporation now under the rese'ttlement administration. Fiften hundred farmers are receiving government aid, but the aid comes in the form of loans rather than in relief grants. The government indebtedness is secured by notes and chattel mortgages. The farmers agree in every instance to pay the loans in cash. The peak in farm relief was reached in March. At that time 3,- 57S farmers were receiving drought relief, mostly in the form of livestock feed. Hauptmann Tells His Wife He Feels Sure of Being Home Soon TRENTON, N. J., July 11. '.?)-Bruno Richard Hauptmann, reflecting on the arguments advanced by the state to sustain his conviction of the Lindbergh baby killing, told his wife, Anna, that he "felt sure of being home soon." Mrs. Hauptmann spent a half hour with her husband late yesterday in his cell in the death house at state prison, shortly after the state filed with the court Of errors and ! appeals its last statement on the ! Hauptmann case. | Plan Private Rites for George Earner WEBSTER CITY, July 11. (.T;-A private funeral will be held here tomorrow evening for George S. Barner, 56, who died at his home here last night. Barner, a prominent Iowa republican, had been an invalid of paralysis for 20 years. He will be buried at Shippensbury, Pa. Robertson, J. M., sheriff, to DCS Moincs Joint Stock Land bank $14,000.00. NE of 38-96-21, 7-9-35. NERVES QUIETED; STOMACH FINE Gly-Cas Wastes No Time in Restoring Health; Sharp Neuritis Pains Yield to New Remedy Also. "I have tried many medicines bul none that can compare with Gly- Cas," said Mrs. J. B. Allgood, 1112 3rd Ave. West, Oskaloosn. 'i- "For several years I could hardly cat MRS. J. B. ALLGOOD anything without gas on my stomach and terrible bloating. 1 would become short of breath ar.d have acute attacks of indigestion Nervousness made it unbearable for me--neuritis pains were so severe at times I could hardly raise my arms. In spite of all the medicines I tried I could get no belter and when my husband received such remarkable benefits rrorn Gly-Cas I decided to try it. "It is wonderful how this new remedy has given me such relief," she continued, "My stomach and bowels are regulated, nerves are quieted and even those awful neuritis pains have been relieved. There are many people who need just such a medicine as Gly-Caa and I hope this may be the cause o-f them finding it." Gly-Cas is sold by Michael Drug Co., 5 South Federal Ave.. Mason City, Iowa. USED MACHINERY BARGAINS F-20 Farmnll, used only S months. \Vft guarantee it to he the same as new. Discount ?200 Regular Farmall, used 2 months, discount $200 Regular Farmall, looks and runs like new, used 2 years. Trice $550 F-12 and Cultivator, used J months, price $600. Will seli tractor alone, worth the money. U. hnve 7 used rebuilt, 15-30 MeCormick fleering tractors all In fine shape and ready to K« right out and pull a thresher or £0 1o plowing. Price ..S275 :ind up Minneapolis 15-30 ready to ffo to work at .'.. .$100 Hart: 1'arr 15-30, ready to go to work, in fine shape . .$100 Chase 15-27, in 1st class condition, cheap at $200 Chase 10-20, ready to ?o right out 5150 Model D John Deere, just as jfood as new $350 Have several fjood Fordsons we will sell cheap, or we will trade for horses, cattle, pigs or will lake Dew oat* at 25c and we will haul them from your place on any of (hese deals, or will make terms to responsible parties. We have several good used MeCormick Binders on hand at our Clear Lake store. We have about 20 good gang plows, mostly McCormick Deering anil John Deere, will sell them cheap to clean them up. MASON CITY IMPLEMENT CO. 22 6lh St. S. E. Phone 462 CLEAR LAKE GRAIN COMPANY Phone 23 George P. Newman, Prop. Van Osten. John, to Harm Van i Osten. Sr.. Sl.OO. N^ of L. 11 and | all of I. 13 in B. Ifi. Incorporated j town of Mescrvey 6-22-35. | AT CLEAR LAKE, IOWA Electric Stock Yards -- Highway Klfi SATURDAY. JULY 13lh. STARTING AT 1 P. M. f^AT^'PT TT Consisting of butcher stuff -- Mockers, v^iT. -L 1 Li52j steers u n d heifers, dairy cn«s and heifers. Consisting of I h i n sows :iiid fcodlni: pics, HOGS llron ' 1 smvs Hi"' "'"''k hogs, sows with pigs at side. 25 SHEKP * a ·* aml FARMERS Bring in your livestock. We have buyers for all kinds. SALKS HELD IN PAVILION RAIN OR SHINE LUNCH On the Gruond.i KKASONABLB PRICES AUCTIONEERS--Harold Amos, Ben Momv CLERKS--H. H. Crnnr, Virgil Brown

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