The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 6, 1933 · Page 15
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

Mason City, Iowa
Issue Date:
Wednesday, December 6, 1933
Page 15
Start Free Trial

Page 15 article text (OCR)

DECEMBER 6 193 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FIFTEEN Be a Dajly Reader of the "Gift Seekers Guide"--A Time and Money Saver Classified Information no · ' days A 1 1 - j cet) ts a Haa first insertion *J/! 3 , Ce , ms a lln * ror eacb conaecutlvn »ub- «/Jet!t Insertion. /Count riv» average words to the line.) P ev «n insertions ar e given for the price t^ASS**1E.O D1SHJLAV ADVERTISING · u ccnta por column inch eacb Insertion. A l £ C . ° u n l ojr 15 P" cenl w[l1 b « allowed classified art vertu counts paid lor at ?*,£$ J*"Wi J «» »t-5« /alec- lhan fl hertalTerT ·*--'" ' uut-oi-iowD ads ara pay able in ad - r f i . All refunds OD Want Ada must be called ior within 30 days of the cancellation date of the order, Answer to ·'blind 1 .' advertisements muat be addressed to the letter stated ID tha nd, care or the Globe-Gazette. Under no circumstances will tbe i; Lobe- Gazette reveal the name ot tnoso Inserting "blind" advertisements, Minimum charge for single advertisement, 25 cenls. PHONE 3800 between 8 a, m. and 6 p. m, and ask tor tho Ad Taktr. Use Our C o m p l e t e Personal Finance Service To clean up your bllU To buy the thing you need now. To reduce your present payments. PINE'S will loan you up to $300 for that purpose C. L. Pine Loan Company Phone 224 204 Weir Bldg. Diagonally Opposite The First National Bank "Large enough to serve you, small enough to know you." Index to Classified Agents 5fi Apts. for Rent .. 43 Amusements .... 7 A u t o Accessories 82 Autos (or Ealo .. 73 Auto Trucks .... 80 A,ulo Repairing .. 31 Beauty Parlors .. 16 Boa rd, Room ... 49 Bldjj, Materials ., 43 Business L o c a - tion 37 Buainesg Opportunities 29 C a f e s , Restaurants n Card of Tbanka 3 Chiropodists .... 13 Chiropractors ... 14 Cleaners. tyera 18 Cottages A48 Death Notices ... 3 Dogs, Birds, "ets 63 Educational Opportunities .... 40 .Electrical Service 01 Employment Service A.30 Farms for Sale .. M Farms for Rent . .A5Q Fnrm Machinery 61 Florists funeral Directors furs U a r a g o tor Rent Uarape for Sal a l^ardcns instruction 39 Insurance 11 Investment ....» 10 In Memoriani ..A 2 Job Printing .... 20 Laundries 21 Livestock for Bale 52 Location Wanted fift Lost and Found Lots for Sale ... Machinery .:.... Milk Miae. for Sale Misc. ror Rent Money to Loan Monuments A 4 Moving, Storage £3 Musical instr. . . . 08 Nursery Slock ... " Offices for Rent O f f i c e Eiulpt, ... Osteopaths PnlntlnB, Decor. 30 . . . 31 llHelp W a n t e d I With Inv Help w a n t e d , r" Fcmalo , ! Help W tt n t e d t 1 Male 82 Help W a n t e d . 1 Male, Female. .A36 ftldea. Wool, Furs 78 Household UoodB T3 LitcB (or Sain 47 tjes for Jlent^ ifi Photographers . Plumbins- Htg- Poultry, Egga .. T4 Radio Supplies .. 27 Real Estate wrid. ti(i Room a for Kent 44 Sate or Trade .. .A38 Sale or Rent ....A47 Salesladies H Salesmen ....... 35 Seeds, Feeds .... 2» Serv. Offered ...A33 Situation Wtd. .. 33 Stationery 71 Stocks 72 Summer Cottages e? Swap Service ... 38 Travel Bureau ..A fl Trafle or Exch, .. 42 Upholstering ···* 5t* Wtd. to Borrow 77 Wtd. lo Buy .... 75 Wtd., Mlsc A.7G Wtd. to Rent ... 70 70 Death Notices ;HILLIARD, John William, 83, died at the I.O.O.F. home Wednesday i morning. Funeral services will be Jheld at. the home Thursday after- |noou at 2 o'clock. Burial will be in JAlbia. Patterson Funeral home in 'charge. Funeral Directors McAULEY Funeral Home--Com- .plcte service day and ight. South Adams. Phone 651. MEYER FUNERAL HOME--Dependable service. 243 Fifth street S. E, Ph. 1505. PATTERSON FUNERAL HOME-A. service for those who care. Ambulance. 322 N. Wash. Ph. 1140. RANDALL Funeral Home---Ambu lance service. 104 3rd St. N. E- 511. C. E. Snipps. H. B. Major. . RANI \ lane M Ph. 5: Florists i] FLOWERS for bereavement, for 'I tho shut-in and for every other j occasion. Reasonable prices. Prompt ;'r delivery. Kemble'3 Greenhouse, 55. Monuments A4 Money to Loan 8 CHARACTER LOANS, 8 per cent discount, easy payments. H. E. Swarner, 207^4 N. Fed. Ph. 177. GIFT SEEKERS ~ GUIDE 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 $39 a month' on scattered .debts. Because of a salary reduction the head of the family found it impossible to keep on paying this amount. Here was the situation facing him; Owed §135 for auto Paid $20 monthly Owed 50 for radio Paid 5 monthly Owed 35 for doctor Paid 5 monthly Owed 40 for washing machine monthly for groceries Paid Owed Paid monthly $300 Total Debts Paid monthly $39 What he did: Borrowed the 5300.00 from the UNITED FINANCIAL SERVICE, took care of all the miscellaneous bills, and paid the loan back in $20 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. frhono 1414 of Adams Drug Beauty Parlors 16 PEIIMANENTS $1.60 complete- Shnmpoo, finger- n-avo 75 c. Tart dry finger wave 35c. MurceJ buc. Annex Permanent Wave Shop' 312'/j N. Fed. Ave. Help Wanted, Male 32 WANTED--Middle aged man to chore for winter for board, small wages. Write L-S, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Exp. reliable married man to work on farm. FRED E. BRANDT St. Ansgar, Iowa. Services Offered A33 ASHES and rubbish hauled. 2068. WANTED--Hskg. by exp. lady. Write H-6, Globe-Gazette. ROOFS repaired. Phone 3830. EXP. Married man wants work on farm. Write Z-6, Globe-Gazette. ROOMS Papered, 51. Hyde, 211SW. Salesladies 34 GIFTS for HIM MEN'S DRESS SOCKS 4 PAIR 51.00 MILLER-JONES CO. $25,000,000 cash paid in last 4 yra. Prompt pyt. of cash-in-loans and all obligations by Investors Syndicate. C. N. CHAMBERS, Dist. Mgr. Is your boy's gift a problem ? If so visit the largest boys' department in North Iowa. GILDNERS Mens' DRESS SHOES 52.45--53.95 MILLER-JONES CO. 19 South Federal Ave. ZIPPER UNDER ARM BRIEF CASES--All Sizes. Black and Brown KL1PTO LOOSE LEAF COMPANY GIFTS FOR THE CHILDREN SKATES--SKIIS FOR CHRISTMAS. We carry the famous CCM line of skates with built-in ankle brace. Mason City Sporting Goods. Photography's latest creation GOLD-TONE PORTRAITS Child photos our specialty Lorraine Studio--210 Weir Bldg. GIFTS FOR THE HOME Christmas DECORATIONS o£ all kinds. TREES, Evergreen roping, holly, wreaths, etc. Order Early! KEMBLES GREENHOUSE RUSSELL STUDIO Phone 2272 J. C. PENNED BUILDING GIFT STORE. Gifts for Him, Gifts for her, G i f t s for the Children, and Gifts for the Home. MULLANEY SHOP. 11 First St. S. E. HAVE MONET for Christmas 183d by banking difference saved on our Gas and Oil. Quality instead of overhead. HOMETOWN. GIFTS for, HER LTJCIEN LELONG perfume, cologne, toilet water and compacts. PALAIS ROYAL, BEAUTY SHOP. 2nd floor Palais Royal ASK RAY SENEY Ladies' MOCCASIN felt HOUSE- SLIPPERS. Nice assortment of colors. Special at 39c. SAM RAIZES Full fashioned HOSE, service or chiffon. The gift that never fails. G9c, 3 pr. 51. TRADEHOME SHOE STORE Try the New Coal ECONOMY CHUNKS $7.50 W. B. BLOCK COAL CO., Ph. 563 BE SMART and THRIFTY this Christmas--Give STERLING. It is beautiful and inexpensive. W. H. POTTS, Jeweler Skates - Skiis - Sleds - Bicycles Wagons - Guns - Ammunition LINDQUIST'S 620 S. Federal Phone 831 "WHY NOT A Y. M. C. A. MEMBERSHIP FOR CHRISTMAS?" Contributing:--550.00 and up. Sustaining--$25.00. Senior--515.00--21 years and up, Regular--SlO.Off--18 years to 21. High school--55.00 to $7.00. Grade school--S3.00. CHRISTMAS AND HOLIDAY WREATHS, PREPARED TREES THE FLOWER SHOP Phone 1360 10 First S. E. THE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE North Iowa's Leading Newspaper Send your trlends 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 An Unusual "Penney" Value--New turtle-neck sweaters at $1.49. Choice of colors, sizes 34 to 40. J. C. PENNED CO., INC. Don't be afraid to send china 01 glassware to your out-of-town friends. WE PACK IT TO SHIP. IOWA TEA CO. 29 E. STATE BELDINGS 1 CARMELCR1SP SHOP 111 E. State. Special big box selected large, white popcorn, for your Christmas Decorations--lOc. FOR REAL SILK HOSIERY ace M. R. EVANS 7 Central Apts. Ph. 1215J A complete stock of fine Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry. The prices are fair prices. Many good specials in Watches. . . . BLANCHARD'S Have you tried any of the delicious Luncheons served for only 2Gc, 30c and 35c complete at tho HAWKE^E CLUB, 118 S. Federal Autos for Sale A NEW Will Be AjtiinoiiMieed Soon We Must Have Room Every used car in our stock must tie sold regardless ot price. Comn in and look them over. We. have, the niont complete stock In Northern IO\VH. Don't fall to tnl;o advantage of this wonderful opportunity of owning- ii good used car at your o\vn price. DEMONSTRATORS--We have several 1033 Demonstrators and several slightly used 1933 coaches and coupes tlmt ivo nro offering- at wonderful savings. These cars aro fully equipped and carry ft new cnr guarantee. Trade your old car in on one of these nearly new cars and save the difference. COMMERCIAL CARS--We have- a lew cheap used trucks that we are closing out 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 0. K. That Counts §, R. Chevrolet Co. 9 Inc. MASON CITY, IOWA North Iowa's Leading Automobile Dealer Autos for Sale 79 USED CARS 1932 Rocknc 1032 Dodge Coupe 1930 Mimiuctte 1!28 I'ontliic (now paint) 1!)SO Plymouth Coupe Severn! cheap for ?10 up J. H. MAKSTON l/i Blk E. of Hanford PH. 3800 We have a very large assortment of ladies' steer hide hand bags at very reasonable prices. HUXTABLE DRUG CO. Highest Value! USED CARS! Lowest Prices! C'All RADIOS, HEAT- KKS or WINTER ACCESSORIES aro the most practical Christmas gifts. A f u l l line on display at our accessory department. 1932 Ford V-8 Conch. Kxtra clean. 3032 Ford V-8 Coup*. New niliber. J!J31 Cliev. Trk. Dualfi, good tires. 1928 Ford Truck. 193L ESKC.V Coupe. Clean, low mlge. 1931 Uodge Coupe. li31 Ford Conch. New palnl, tires. Fords--All Models--Priced to Sell Wagraer Motor Compamy S A L E S Opp. Old f. O Trade or Exchange 42 B. O. Exchange buys, sells or trades any useful article you have or need. See us at 1408 N. Federal. Ph. 1210. Rooms tor Rent 44 FOR RENT--Mod. Sipg. rm. 3491W. FOR RENT--Good clean aleeping rooms with city heat, reasonable. Ph.1690. 320 S. Del. EXP. Salesladies, Mason City, surrounding towns, pleasant work, pay every day. Call 19 \' x W. State St. 3rd floor. Ask for sales mgr. Salesmen 35 MARK every grave with a monument from Mason City Cut Stone and Mon't Co., 504 N. Monroe 783. Personal : DO Your figure lines need lifting and slimming? Phone 3856. Spencer Corsetiere, HD',4 E. State. MEN Wanted for Rawleigh routes . of 800 families in counties of East Wright, East Floyd and cities of Clarksville and Hampton. Reliable hustler should start earning $25 weekly and Increase rapidly. Write immediately. E^v'elgh Co., Dept. IA-54-S, Freeport, HI. Lost and Found .v LOST--Fresh sow, weighing 600 ij Ibs. Please call 22G5W. 5 LOST--Between 12th street and ; Clear Lake, back for Ford road- iilster. Ph. 2305LW. Reward. fVSTRAYED--Springer Spaniel, male : ;^\ dog. Has collar with name "Gus," Si'flwner F. J. Zenner, St. Paul. Minne'. : Mta license tag. Mostly liver color, Some white. Notify F. C. Nash, Lake Mills, Iowa. Money to Loan 8 ;M OUB NEW LOAN PLAN :V3f $50 FOR $5.50 ^| FOR 6 MOS. i'-$ Courteous and confidential servlcr. Ask any one of our 1,000 satisfied ;,^T, customers. Experienced loan coun- '^a sellor In charge. ffl^i SECURITY IOAN COMPANY ^1\33I 1st Natl Bk. Bldff- Ph. *12 If this season of the year finds you needing EXTRA MONEY . J o o n i H to 201 I.O.F. Uldg. and sec 5!iow well our financial plan fits your ; ' every nectl. i Cost Is Reasonable HOME LOAN A FINANCE CO. Fulton F. Potter, Mgr. 301 I.O.F. Swap Service 38 Three time* or less offering a "SWAP" costs nothing. The ad must have a GIobe-Gazette "key" number and the advertiser will pay 10 cents for each reply. Replies are to be called for at the Wand Ad counter. Regular rates will be charged, for every line over 3 lines, besides 10 cents for each answer. The Globe-Gazette retains the right to discontinue ad after three days. SWAP--'26 Ford truck and 8 h. p. wood saw for later model truck. Write YY-6, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Clear Lake home for good small car. §500 bal., pay monthly. GG-6, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Well located 7 rm. home for smaller one.. What have you? Write FF-6, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Bed, antique kitchen chairs, for violin. Write HH-5, Globe-Gazette. TO SWAP--Chickens for corn or pigs. Write ZZ-5, Globe-Gazette. For Sale or Trade A38 FOR SALE OR TRADE--Oat huller, 40 bushel per hour capacity. Good cond. Will consider good truck and pay difference. Van Gerpen Hatchery, Buffalo Center, la. FOR RENT--2 furn. hskg-. rms. in mod. home. Pri. ent. 806 N. Adams. Ph. 3127. FOR RENT--Rm. 222 1st N. E. FOR RENT--3 rooms. Ph. 1027J. FOR RENT--Lthskg. rms. 202 2 S. E. FOR RENT--Hskg. rms. 207 6 NE. FOR RENT--Unfurn. hskg rooms, · adults. SOS E. State. FOR RENT--Room. 229 E. State. FOR RENT--Light hskg-. and slpg. rms. 228 1st S. E. Apartments for Rent 45 FOR RENT--Fum. apt. 719 N. Del. FOR RENT--Furn. apt., pri. ent. 22 3 N. W. FOR RENT--Front suite, 3 large unfurn. rms. over I. G. A. Groc'y. FOR APTS., furn. or unfurn., see J. B. Yonngblood. Ph. 36. FOR RENT--Fur. apt. 712 N. Mad. FOR RENT--1 rm. mod. apt. 388. Houses for Rent 46 FOR RENT--5 r. mod. bung. 2S77. FOR RENT--Mod. hse. 632 6th PI. S. E. Ph. 1830. FOR RENT--§25, splendid 5 rm. mod. oak finish home. Location tood. W. L. Patton t 109 East State. FOB RENT--7 room house, newly decorated, modern except bath, §16. Phone 308S GEORGE VAN EVERY FOR RENT--7 rm. mod. house. 1711 S. Del. $22.50 per month. Beck Brothers. FOR RENT--6 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. 3111. Livestock tor Sale 52 FOB SALE or TRADE--Hampshire boars. Fall and spring boars. Big, strong nnd thick bodied, sired by sons of Grand Champion. It. C. Ludeke, KIcniine, Iowa. FOR SALE--Good Guernsey cows, mllk'g-. E. L. Day. near Sheffield. Miscellaneous for Sale 55 1,000 2. foot size, 10 cents. Any size, B cents per foot. EARL'S FRUIT CO., 1300 S. Federal, rhone 1138. HEAVY MATS SIZE 2c EACH These Dry Mats are excellent tor lining garages, chicken houses, coal bins, cellars, cabin walls, weathcrboarding, sound proofing or Insulation. Not suited for outside surfacing or drawing use. We have over 500 which may bo bought for only 2 cents each. Call Business Office, Globe-Gazette. GOOD CLEAN COAL Fair prices Just try one ton ALLISON COAL Phone 431 SCANDIA COAL is giving satisfaction. $1 a. ton delivered. City scale weights. Get what you pay for and pay for what you get. HOMETOWN Phone 409 422 N. Monroe FOR SALE--Potatoes 89e. 100 ibfi.; large size, $1.05 100 Ibs.; 20c a peck. Apples SSc a. bushel, 8 Ibs. 2oe. Onions 50c a bushel. Carrots 75c bushel. Other vegetables. EARL'S FRUIT CO. Phono 1188 1509 S. Federal Open Evenings and Sundays FOR SALE--Christmas g i f t H from 25c to $n. Including aprons from fiOc up. Pillow cases, luncheon sets, dresser sets and scarfs, etc. Phone 1690, Mrs. Mae Ford. NESTOll JOHNSON SHOE $4.45 SKATES" $5.05 We Have a .\w Sknt* Orlnctri' and Stmrpen SkBtFi Pcrfectly (nr SOe Ftr Pair. Wo »UJ nnil Sell tltrcl SVnlel. Skllx and Slrris. rrlcrd lllfrit. LINDQUIST'S. 620 South Fedora) Phone 831 Offices for Rent 63 FOR RENT--Very desirable office rooms, $7 to ?!). See J. B. Youngblood. Phone 36. Household Goods 73 FOR S"ALE^Bufcet FOR SALE--Davenport, desk, lamp, kerosene heater. Ph. 1873W. Poultry and Eggs 74 FOR SALE--100 White Leghorn hens, 35c. 2051 N. Carolina. FOR SALE--125 choice Buff Minorca pullets, starting to lay, at !)0c. Walter Neuberger, Roekford, Iowa. WILL PAY 16c per Ib. for live turkeys in trade on poults 193-1 de livery, lOc per Ib. for heavy breed chickens and 8c per Ib. for light breed In trade on baby chicks, 193-1 delivery. Order yours now. Write Van Gerpen Hatchery, Buffalo Center, Iowa. Wanted to Buy 75 HIGHEST Cash prices paid tor old gold watch coses, dental scrap. Blanchard's Jewelry. WANTED--Light car, good cond.. cheap. 1933 license. Ph. 672 207 6 N. E. WANTED--2nd hand piano, not player. Inez Wilson, Manly, Iowa. CASH Paid for men's used clothing and shoes. Bring to 337 S. Fed. Hides, Wool, Furs 78 HIGHEST PRICES paid for hides nnd furs. Sec us before selling. K r n p n m n Auto Supply Co., B15 S. Adams. Autos for Sale 79 FOR SALE--1925 Dodge sedan, good condition, cheap. Ph. 1175W. H H Take a ride In tho new Ilnpmofillc, you'll enjoy It. With the $100 reduction. It makes a wonderful buy for that grade of merchandise. And also remember wo have some good used cars. HUPMOBILE SALES AND SERVICE 1 Block K n t l h , 'A nlnck K m t of llnntfirA Hntrl 1-11ONK J K R FOR SALE--1932 Ford V-S coach. Privately owned and will trade for cheaper car. Ph. 392DJ F O R D 111 1st S. E. Auto Trucks 80 FOR · SALE--International 1 ton truck. In good running cond. $85, International Motor Trucks. Ph. 20. Auto Accessories 82 PARTS FOll ALL MARKS OF OAKS We iilso carry a complete line oi Automobile Oljus.s at rtHJticed prices. Phone 32!)* S. H. WOLF H2S .South Washington A v e n u e Here and There LEGAL NOTICES ^: Of I'ltOHATF; OK In DlNlrict ;uHrt, O r t n h r r Term. 1B:t:t. STATIC OF IOWA. Cerro Oordo County, flu. No. 440. Tn All \Vliom It Mnj- Onpern: VCU1 ARK HEREBY N O T I F I E D , Tim an IrtHtniment of w r i t i n g purporting to tie tltc [ajst Will nnd Tcstdmcnt of Bnrton K. Weaton, rtpccascil, tli\tc] January IGth. IMS, havinn been thl« day f i l e d , opened i\nj rcarl, Mon*lay the 18lh rtrty of Dcocmbiir, is;!3, la fixed for hearing proof of name nt the Court IlnuJic In Maoon Clly. Iowa, b e f o r e tlic District CovirL of jmld County or the Clerk of «ni.l Court; anil at 1 o'clock I\ M. of thft rlay nbo%'« menlloneii. all person,.; interested arc hereby n o t i f i e d and require-! to Appear, and ehow caufie, If any t h - y havp, why nnlcj tnslrununt should not lie protuited nnd allou'eil ns anrl for the last Will nnd Testament of unld deceased, Dated at Mason City, Iowa, November 20lh, 1033. S. H. MePEAK. Clerk of nistrlct Court R y -- M a r g a r e t K l l ^ y . n e p u t y . .VOTICI; ihf. District Cnurt of fowa I n n n j (or (,'errn fioriln t'ounty. A. I. Van K t c e k r P l a i n t i f f , Blanche Pierce Vtin Klee-V;, P c f e n d i v n i . To IllJinrlie I'lprcc Vnn Kltek: You arc hereby n o t i f i e d thftt tliero JH now i f l l n In the O f f i c e of the Cleric of Uiti District court nt the nhove named County nnd S t a t e the p e t i t i o n of (he p l a i n t i f f ctnlmlng of yon a divorce on the grounrl of c n i f l anrt I n h n m n n t r e a t m e n t . Now, (inltfAs you Rppeiir tlt^retn anti defend on or bo fore noon of the second day o( the Janunry, HJIH, term of 0a1d Court he held at the Court Haunt; in Manon City, Jn paid County, commencing on the 8th flay of J a n u a r y , 1934, d e f a u l t , will bo entered npalnst you nnrl J u d g m e n t rendered theroon In accordance with th« prayer of llic petition, M. C. COUGIirON*. Attorney for Plaintiff. IvCavo for Wisconsin, SHEFFIELD--Sam Gray nnd John Wunn left Monday for a visit vith relatives nt Pluttevllle, Wls. Honored on lUrthtlay, ROCKWELL -- A number of 'fiends and neighbors composed a Jirthday surprise party for D. N. '.mnpbell Monday evening". Honored «it nirthiltvy. BANCROFT _ A. J. Myer of north of Bancroft was OS years old and the Ernest Meyer family of Lotts Creek; Frank Meyev family l Esther and Lloyd Hutchinson of Lon«rock; Mr. and Airs. Edward Meyer of Fenton; Mr. nnd MTU. Adolph Mcj'er of Seneca and the Aeijelt Meyer family of Rtngstecl surprised him with a party. Moves From Mason CJly. ROCKWELL--C. E. Fogjj has moved from Mason City to the corge Alucrs acreage tract in south Rockwell. Visitors From Illinois. BANCROFT--Mrs. George Hark- sa of Georgevillc, 111., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Herman Kahler. Mr. and Mrs. Alvie Kahler have a son horn Sunday. This is their first child. Leiwo tor T,os AiiRelcK. KLEMME--Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hugh, accompanied by Mrs. Hugh's sister, Miss Mamie White o£ Good ell, left yesterday for LOK Angeles Cal., to spend the winter. Both Mr and Mrs. Hugh have been working at the Ford garage here for some time. Fred Arnold who lias bought out the garage, is taking- Mr. Hugh's place and Walter Lempke is Inking: Mrs. Hugh's place as bookkeeper. Will Help Children. MARBLE ROCK--The benefit play put on by Supt. I. Larson, using local talent here, cleared !45 which will he duplicated by the county nnd the amount used to purchase clothing for needy school children. Submits lo Ojieriitinn. CALMAR--Mrs. A r t h u r Strom- sodt was taken to Decorah hospital where she underwent an operation for appendicitis Monday. Mrs. Bosworth JlostcsK. MANLY--Mrs. IT. L. Bosworth entertained the members of the Study club at her home yesterday afternoon. Visits Relatives at Wisconsin. OTRANTO--Mr. and Mrs. Robert Duenow returned Monday evening from a. visit at the Fred Brosi home at River Falls, Wia. Koturn From Minneapolis. FERTLE--Mr. nnd Mrs. Emery Ouverson and Hon, Tom Henry and Alvln Dahlc, visited in Minneapolis with Mr. Dnhl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lars Dahle, returning borne Sunday evening. I^'ave For California. COULTER--Stanley Peterson and Fred Hansen left Monday for California and Oregon to apend the winter months. At Chlno, Cnl., they will visit the family of Peter Manifold, formerly of Coulter. Leaves for Home. LYLE, Minn.--Mrs. Anna Gunderson l e f t Sunday for her home in Sargeant, Minn., after having spent three weeks at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Chris Oswald nnd family. Benefit Tarty Hold. THOMPSON -- Members of the Masonic lodge sponsored a benefit card party at the I. O. O. F. and Masonic hall Monday evening. Bridge was played. Fifty-five attended. O'BRIEN IS FIRST TO GET PENSION Yearly Allowance of $14,933 Largest Pension Option Filed to Date. NEW YORK, Dec. 6. (.!')--Mayor John p. O'Brien, upon Ms retirement Jan, 1, becomes the first ot New York City's mayors to q u i t office on R city pension since institution of the pension system in 1020, His yearly pension of ?1-I,93:J stands us the largest single pension option filed to date with the board of estimate. Since the city employes retiiv-. ment system went into effect Oct. 1, 1020, it has become applicable to nearly 45,000 employe-member* with a retirement list of 1,700 ami an annual pension disbursement of about $2,500,000 a year. The city employes system is 0110 of 11 pension funds under wliicli public servants of New York City are obtaining pensions estimated to total nearly ?29,000,000 annually. Prior to Mayor O'Brien'a notice of retirement, the largest pension option token out by a city employe was that of Comptroller Cliarlcs Berry, who retired recently on $12.000 a year. Real Estate Transfers Tyler, Isabel B. and luis. to Simon B. Pedelty, 51, 1-7 interest in N\V and S'i NE 36-97-21; also S'-'. KK NE 25-97-21; W 1 /. SW 31-1)7-20. 11-29-33. Fursc, Anna T. and husband U Mildred E. Parker 51, lot 40 Clear Lake highlands, 12-4-33. QUICK RELIEF FROM CONSTIPATION That is the joyful cry oC thou' sands since Dr.. Edwards produced Olive Tablets, the substitute for calomel. Dr. Etlwitrds, a practicing; physician for 20 years, und calomel's oKl- enemy, discovered the forrnulu. for Olive Tablets while treating- patients for chronic constipation am) torpid livers. Olive Tablets do not contain calomel, just a healing, soothing vegetable laxtxtlve safe and pleuaaut. No griping is the "keynote" oi'. these little sugar-coated, olive-colored tablets. They help cause tho bowels and liver to act normally. They never force them to unnatural action. If you have a "dark brown mouth" --bad breath--a dull, tired fccling-- 3ick headache--torpid liver--constipation, you should find quick, durc and pleasant results from one or two o£ Dr. Edwards OHve Tablets. Thousands take them every nijrhi. to keep right. Try them. 15c, 'JOc, 60r. OF Tiir .rroi.VT.ME.VT or A D M I N I N T R A T O t t STATE OF I O W A , C e r r o «,lordo C o u n t y , si, No. .|l.',r, NOTICE I K HEREBY R I V E N , t h a t t h e undernUnftii has hcen duly appolnlei] nml riunLmeo as A d m i n i s t r a t o r of ihe e.Unte of Ucv. M. O'CnNoBhan. deceased. 1M* ot Limerick County. Ireland. A l l persons Indebted to pnld eMivte are reancstprt to m a k e I m m e d i a t e p a y m e n t ; n n d havlnfi claims against the «.lme will present t h e m , duly a u l h e n t l e n t c d . to the u n d e r s i g n e d for allowance, and f]l« In the o f f i c e of the clerk of the D i s t r i c t Court. MARVIN H. WIEOMAN. F. A, Ontje.T, A t t o r n e y . Datf'l Pcr.embfrr 1, 1PM. R. H. MacFeak. Clerlj District Court. By--Marparet Tllley, D e p u t y . Kentucky fjamc laws make It illc- Kal to catch or kill deer, elk, wild turk«y snrf song birds. The freedom of the press doesn't seem to be abridged when it cornes to discussing rumors bottling up ne-,vs.--Wnsiiliijftnn Post. CtKKEST PHOENIX GOLDEN STATE L1MBTED A T o Extra Fare And it's just on ovorniglil I r i p from Ptioenix to Lo* Angeles. Visit Southern Arizona en route to the Consl. Through \ » K r r l c o to E! PnH», Tucson, 'Chandler, I'liocnix, Palm Springs, Afjuil Cnlirntc, Snn OI'CBO, Ixjs Angclca, Sniitn llarhurn , . . Uio low a l t i - tinlc tvny. B A f L V TRROUGa S E R V I C E Frr f u r t h e r d r t n l l n Rurllrnl rriliictlrmA tn rntl /nrr.t nnil I'uIJninn rhnrKrn Intinlrn II. V. O d l f . CJly Trrlnlil »nrt nr No. 37H A t f i t r e s N C. 32H S, '«d. ('. f i n r d n r r . T H E U O A D O F U N U S U A L S E H V I C E Effective . . Our coal is effective as tested by the thermometer. What more could you ask? We guarantee every ton we sell for supei'lative quality. Every ounce real heat Comfort CHAPIN CTNEIL COAL CO. SO'J South Monroe Ave. Vhoiu; 1(100

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page