The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 7, 1933 · Page 21
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 21

Mason City, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, December 7, 1933
Page 21
Start Free Trial

Page 21 article text (OCR)

DECEMBER 7 1S33 MASON CITV GLOBE-GAZETTE TWENTY-ONTs, Be a Daily Reader of the "Gift Seekers Guide"--A Time and Money Saver Classified Advertising Information Fifteen cenie a line first insertion. Ted cent* a Jloe tor eacfc consscullva siib- (sequent Insertion. (Count five average words to the itne.j Seven insertions are given for the price ft/ B!X CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ADVERTISING 70 CBTUS per column inch each Insertion. A discount of 15 per cent will be allowed en ail classified advertisements paid for at 1ha time of insertion or cot later than 6 days thereafter. A l l out-of-iowu ada are payable In ad- yancc. All rotunda on Want Ada must bo called .lor within 30 days of the cancellation date of the order. Answer to "Wind" advertisements must he ad dree eed to the letter stated In the ad, care of the Globe-Gazette. Under no circumstances will the Globe-Gazette reveal the same ol thoso Inserting "blind" advertise- cnenle. Minimum charge for alnglt advert) 5 em cut, 25 cento. PHONE 3800 Ictwesn 8 a. m. and 6 p. ra. and ask ioi thn Ad Taker. Index to Classified 49 43 14 ApU. tQT Ilent .. 43 Amusements .... 7 Auto Accessories 82 Autoa for Sala .. TO Auto Trucks .... BO Mitn Repairing .. 81 Beauty Parttira .. ifl Board, Room .. JBIrtg. Materials . JBuBiness I. o c a lion' Business Opportunities ....... C a f e s . Restaurants uard ot Thanks (JrUrupodlsls -'titropraclora ... _ cleaners. Dyers 18 Cottages Alb Death Notices ... 1 Doss. Birds. "elB 63 portunitles 40 Kluctrlcal service 61 L'mplnymeat service ASO ranns lor Sata .. 00 Farms (or nent . .ASO Farm MaclUnery 61 Florists 4 Funeral Directors 3 Furs 10 Garage Cor Rent 63 Garage for Said 69 Gardens 41 c;ms 60 Help W a n t e d Wlin Inv 30 Help W a n I e a, Female 81 Help W a n t e d . Male. , S3 Help W a n t e d . Stale. Female. .A3« Blden, Wool. Pun 78 "-isenolil Uoodi 73 '^ f o r - B a l o *7 Instruction 39 Insurance * .... .,, il Investment ..... 10 In Me mo rl am ».A. 2 Job Printing .... 20 Laundries 21 Livestock for Sale 82 Location Wanted 6! Lost and Found Lota for Sala .. . Machinery . , . , ,, . Milk Wise, for Sale .. Misc. for ftent Money to Loan Mortgagee ,9 Monuments .....A * Moving, Storage 1!3 Musical Instr. .. . fiS Nursery Stock ... 57 Of/ices JOT Rent 63 Office EquIpU ... 61 Osteopaths 16 Painting. Decor. 24 Personals 5 Photographers ... 25 PlumblnR, Hlg.., 26 Poultry, EERS . , 74 Radio Supplies . . 27 Real Estate Wtd. 66 Rooms tor Rent 4-1 Sale or Trade ,. .A3S Sala or Rent A4T Salesladies 3i Salesmen 35 Seeils. Feeds .... 2" Serv. Offered ...A'J3 Situation Wtd. .. S3 Stationery 71 Stocks 73 Summer Cottages C7 Swap Service .., 33 Travel Bureau ..A 3 Trade or E^ch. .. 42 Upholstering .... 69 Wtd. to Borrow 77 Wlfl. to Buy .... 7B , W M . i Mtae A75 Wtd. to Rent . . . 7fl Viarinc. -Apparel · 70 Death Notices 1 OWEN, William A., Apt. 16, Delaware apartments, died of apoplexy at 12:30 o'clock Thursday noon at his apartment. Funeral arrangements are not complete. The body Is at the Randall Funeral home. Funeral Directors McAULEY 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-A service for those who care. Ambulance. 322 N. Wash. Ph. 1140. RANDALL Funeral Houe--Ambu- · lance service. 104 3rd St. N. E, Ph. 511. C. E. Snipps. H. B. Major. Florists FLOWERS for bereavement, for the shut-in and for every other occasion. Reasonable prices. Prompt delivery. Kemble'a Greenhouse, 55. Monuments A4 MARK every grave with a monument from Mason City Cut Stone Money to Loan CHARACTER LOANS, 8 per cent discount, easy payments. H. E. Swarner, 207% N. Fed. Ph. 177. 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. PINE'S nrtll loan you up to $300 for that purpose C. L. Pine Loan Company Phone 324 204 Weir Bldg. Diagonally Opposite The First National Bonk "Large enough to serve you, small enough to know you." HERE-- ia a typical example of the debt financing plan offered by the UNITED FINANCIAL SERVICE. In this case a family is paying out 539 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 520 monthly Owed 50 for radio Paid 5 monthly Owed 35 for doctor Paid 5 monthly Owed 40 for washing machine monthly 40 for groceries Paid Owed Paid monthly 5300 Total Debts Paid monthly · 539 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 aud kept bis credit good with the merchant*. United Financial Service F. M..HUMPHHKY, Mgr. 3 First St. N. W. First Door W. Phono 1414 of Adams Drug Beauty Parlors 16 PERMANENTS $1.60 complete. Shampoo, finger- wave 76c. Part dry flngerwave 35c- Marcel buc. Annex Permanent Wave Shop 212«/a N- Fei Ave, Business Opportunities 29 FOR SALE--Small cafe, city, cheap rent. Write F-7, Globe-Gazette. Help Wanted, Female 31 WANTED--Girl for housework. Call at 312 Second St. N. W. Help Wanted, Male 32 OLD Established manufacturer will finance responsible man in a permanent business. Must have A-l reference and car. Starting average $30 weekly. Steady increase up to $100 for right man. No slack season or layoffs. Write promptly McConnon Co., Qept. WAB-31G, Winona, Minn. MAN WANTED to do chores. Board, room und small wages. Ph. Earl Lambert, 22F3, Clear Lake, Iowa. WANTED--EXp. reliable married man to work on farm, FRED E. BItANDT St. Ansgar, Iowa I . Services Ottered A33 And Mon't Co., 504 City N. M onroe 783. Personal DO Your figure lines need 'lifting and slimming? Phone 38D6. Spencer Corsetiere, IIB',!, E. State. Lost and Found 6 §. LOST--On Federal ave. from truck carton of candy. Reward. Ph. 219. A, LOST--Satin glove, striped. Phone 4 18S2W. LOST--Black and gold crochet bag: containing check and currency. Return to Globe-Gazette or 1019 N. Geo. Reward. --Between 12th street and Clear Lake, back for Ford road- itev. Ph. 2305LW. Reward. Money to Loan 8 'OUR NEW LOAN PLAN " S50 FOR 35.50 FOR 5 MOS. Courteous and eontldtntfnl serrlce. Auk any one of oqr 1,000 untuned eufltnmeri. Experienced loan connftellor In charge, SECURITY IXJAN COMPANY S21 1st NatT Bk. Bldg. Ph. 412 If this season of the year finds you needing EXTRA MONEY 1 rome to 20* I.O.F. Wd£. and see ^ how well our'financial plan fits your ( every need. 'i Cost Is Kennomitile 3 LOAN FINANCE CO. Fulton F. Potter, Mgr. 201 I.O.F. -- - ASHES and rubbish hauled.' 2ffS8. WANTED--Hskg. by exp. lady. Write H-G, Globe-Gazette. ROOFS repaired. Phone 3830. EXP. Married man wants work on farm. Write Z-6, Globe-Gazette. ROOMS Papered, $1. Hyde, 2119W. Salesmen 35 525-535 or more weekly, (rapid in- ci-ensea by hustlers) earned on Rawleigh routes. First routes established -13 years ago. Now over 8,700 Many do 54,000-SB,000 yearly business. Men now wanted for counties of East Wright and East Floyd and cities of Ciarksville and Hampton. Rawleigh Co., Dept. IA-54-76, Free- nort, III. Swap Service 38 Three times or less offering a "SWAP" costs nothing The ad nm at have a Globe-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 bo charged for every line over 3 lines, besides 10 cents for each answer. Tho Globe-Gazette retains tic right to discontinue ad after three days. SWAP--12 bred ewes for 120 bu. oats. Write DD-7, Clear Lake Globe-Gazette. TO SWAP--Sonora phonograph and library table for chickens or what have you? 75E-7, Globe-Gazette. GIFT SEEKE GUIDE GIFTS for HIM Beautiful assortment of men's and young men's pajamas at special prices B8o to $1.98 SAM RAIZES He will be glad to see GILDNERS label on a useful gift. He KNOWS what it means GILDNERS Men's and Boys' Boot Sox. All wool sweater knit. Only '49c TRADEHOME SHOE STORE ZIPPER UNDER ARM BRIEF CASES--All Sizes. Black and Brown KLIPTO LOOSE LEAF COMPANY GIFTS FOR THE CHILDREN CHILDREN'S SHOES 51 to 52.05 MILLER-JONES CO. 19 S. Federal BELDINGS' CARMELCRISP SHOP 111 E. State. Fresh popcorn in many styles. Taffy apples, fudge, candy, magazines Photography's latest creation GOLD-TONE PORTRAITS Child photos our specialty Lorraine Studio--210 Weir Bldg. 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--$50.00 and up. Sustaining--$25.00. Senior--$18.00--21 years and up Regular--510.00--18 years to 21 High school--55.00 to $7.00. Grade school--?3.00. GIFTS FOR THE HOME Christmas DECORATIONS of all kinds. TREES, Evergreen roping, holly, wreaths, etc. Order Early! KBMBLES GREENHOUSE RUSSELL STUDIO Phone 2272 J. C. PENNED BUILDING HAVE MONEY for Christmas 1934 by banking difference saved on our Gas and Oil. Quality instead of overhead. HOMETOWN. $25,000,000 cash paid in last 4 yrs. Prompt pyt. of cash and loans and all obligations by Investors Syndicate. C. N. CHAMBERS, Dist.Mgr. Try the New Coal ECONOMY CHUNKS 57.50 W. B. BLOCK COAL CO., Ph. 5S3 TELECHRON CLOCKS for Desks or tables--BLACK CASE with GOLD outline. An exquisite gift for only ?4.95. W. H. POTTS CHRISTMAS AND HOLIDAY WREATHS, PREPARED TRESS THE FLOWER SHOP Phone 1360 18 First S. E. GIFTS for HER LUCIEN LELONG perfume, cologne, toilet water and compacts. PALAIS ROYAL BEAUTY SHOP. 2nd floor Palais Royal Bldg. Don't be afraid to send china or glassware to your out-of-town friends. WE- PACK IT TO SHIP. IOWA TEA CO. 29 E. STATE Gold has over 50% more value now. Your old gold jewelry accepted as cash on any new purchase at BLANCHARDS Come in and try our FISH DIN' NER Friday. Noon and evening THE HAWKEYE CLUB The "write" gift! Pen and Pencil sets, assorted colors, pearl finish. Includes pen, pencil, knife, only 4Bc. J. C. PENNEY CO. SKATES--SKIIS FOR. CHRISTMAS. We carry the famous COM line of akates with built-in ankle brace. Mason City Sporting Goods. ASK RAY SENEY 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 The Silk Hose advertised by the TRADEHOME SHOE STORE priced at 69c, 3 pr. for ?1 should have been 69c, 3 pair for $2 FOR REAL SILK HOSIERY see M. R. EVANS 7 Central Apia. Ph. 1215J Autos for Sale 79 Outstanding Used Car and Truck Values 1931 Reo Model 15 Coupe ." $325.00 1931 Studebaker Model 54 Coupe $325.00 1929 LaSulte Town Sedan $400.00 The above cars are all equipped with hot water heaters. If you are looking for ;i good used car it will pay you to see us. All curs in A-l condition. 1929 Reo 2-Ton truck, dual tires, motor reconditioned. .$300.00 1928 Reo 2-Ton truck, dual tires §200 00 REO SALES SERVICE PHONE 77-1 722 S. FEDERAL Poultry and Eggs 74 FOR SALE--125 choice Buff Minorca pullets, starting to lay, at 50c. Walter Neuberger, Rockford, Iowa. Wanted to Buy 75 HIGHEST caaii prices paid for old gold watch cases, dental scrap. Blanchard's Jewelry. WANTED--To buy letter filing cabinet. Ph. 653. 702 M. B. A.. A. H. Runcie. WANTED--To buy good repenting .22 rifle. Write H-7, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Light car, good cond., cheap. 1933 license. Ph. G72. 207 0 N. E. CASH Paid for men's used clothinj and shoes. Bring to 337 S. Fed. Hides, Wool, Furs 78 HIGHEST PRICES paid for~hldes and furs. See us before, selling'. Kropnian Auto Supply Co., 815 S. Adorns. Autos tor Sale 79 FOR SALE--1932 Ford V-8 coach. Privately owned and will trade for cheaper car. Ph. 3929J. USED CAKS 1928 Oakland (clean) 1829 Buick (perfect) 1829 Plymouth (cheap) 1029 Dodge DP (like new) 25 cars to choose from Trade and Terms J. II. MARSTON y, Blk. E. of Hanforii FOR SALE--11)30 Chevrolet DC Luxe Sedan. Exceptionally clean. S. R. Chevrolet Co., Inc. We have a very large assortment of ladies' Bteer hide hand bags at very reasonable prices. HUXTABLE DRUG CO. Swap Service 38 SWAP--'26 Ford truck and 8 h. p. wood saw for later model truck. Write YY-6, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Successful incubator for corn or oats. Write TT-7, Globe- Gazette. TO SWAP--Bed, antiques, kitchen chairs for violin or cornet. Write HH-5 Globe-Gazette. SWAP--York B flat cornet for rug 8:3x10:0. Write NN-7, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Clear Lake home for good small car. 5500 bal., pay monthly. Write GG-6, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Well located 7 rm. home for smaller one.. What have you? Write FF-6, Globe-Gazette. TO SWAP--Chickens for corn or pigs. Write ZZ-D, Globe-Gazette. Trade or Exchange 42 FOR SALE--'28 Pontiac coach, rime good. J40. Parlor furnace, like new, $25. Trade for grain or hay. Ph. 2783J. B. O. Exchange buys, sells or trades any useful article you have or need. See ua at 1408 N. Federal. Ph. 1216. Rooms for Rent 44 FOR RENT--Mod. slpg. rm. 3191W. FOR RENT--Good clean sleeping rooms with city heat, reasonable. Ph.lBSO. 320 S. Del. FOR RENT--3 rooms. Ph. 1027J. FOR RENT--Rm. 222 1st N. E. FOR RENT--Very desirable light hskg-. rms. 322 3 N. E. FOR RENT--Well heated rm., close in. $1.50 week. Ph. 21S5J. FOR RENT--Lthskg. rms. 202 2 S. B. FOR RENT--Light hskg. and alpg. rms. 228 1st S. E. Apartments for Rent 45 FOR RENT--Front auite, 3 large unfurn. rma. over T. G. A. Groc'y. FOR RENT--Furn. apt. 223 5 N. W. FOR RENT--Apt. 14 5 N. E. FOR APTS., turn, or unfurn., see J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. FOR RENT--Fur. apt. 712 N. Mad. Houses for Rent 46 Miscellaneous for Sale 55 FOR RENT--Mod. hse. 632 6th PI. S. E. Ph. 1830. FOR RENT--Small house, elec. lights, 318 Bell St., ?6 mo. Harry Zebker. FOR RENT--6 rm. houfie, mod. except bath. 1520 N. Adams. FOR RENT--3 rm. hse. turn. North part of town. Ph. 301. FOR RENT--?37.50 7 rm. mod. home, $25.00 0 rm. mod. Sec them, sure. W. L. Patton, 100 East State. FOR RENT--7 rm. mod. ' house. 1711 S. Del. $22.50 per month. Beck Brothers. FOR RENT--0 rm. mod. home. 616 S S. E. Ph. 1110. RENT YOUR HOME from Briar List your property with Briar Buy a home from Briar. Ph. 3414. Houses for Sale 47 FOR SALE--Nice little home N. E. part $1,050. Terms. Guild, 867. Livestock Jor Sale 52 FOR SALE--Purebred big type Spotted Poland China boarn, cholera immune. Milt Frazier, 3 mi. south, 2 ml. cant Clear Lake. Miscellaneous for Sale 55 SIZE 18'/ 2 x:il 2cEACH These Dry Mat.-j 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. We have over 000 which may be 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 COAI, Is giving satisfaction. $7 a ton delivered. City scale weights. Get what you pay for and pay for what you get. HOMETOWN Phone 400 422 N*. .Monroe 1,001) CHRISTMAS TUBES 2 foot size, 10 cunts. Any size, 5 cents per foot, EAIIL'S FRUIT CO., 1500 S. Federal. Fhono 1138. FOR SALK--Good Winchester air rifle. Write G-7, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--Vot-iitoes 89r, 100 Ibs.; large size, $1.05, 100 Ihs.; 20c a peek. Apples .18c a. bushel, 8 Ibs. 25c. Onions 50c a bushel. Carrots Ion a bushel. Other vegetables. Earl's Fruit Co. Phone 1188, 1509 S. Federal. Or Earl's Gardens, Ph. 119, Nora Springs, la. Open Evenings anJ Sundays. FOR SALE--Christmas gifts from 25c to $5. Including aprons from 50c up. I'lllow cases, luncheon sets, dresser sets nnd scarfs, etc. Phone 1800, Mrs. Mae Ford. NESTOK JOHNSON SHOE $4.15 SKATES $5.95 We llavn a New Strata Grinder and Sharpen Skates Perfectly for 20o rer Pair. Wo Buy nnrt -Sell UstiJ Skates. SkJls nnd Sl«rts. . Trlcpd Rljrlit, LiNDQUIST'S C20 South Federal Phono SSI Offices for Rent 63 FOR RENT--Very desirable office rooms, $7 to ?f. See J. B. Youngblood. Phone 36. Household Goods 73 FOR SALE--Buffet, 1G37 N. Pres. FOR SALE:--Victroia and kitchen table. Ph. 4003. FOR SALE--Household goods. 2759. FOR SALE Hand made odd pieces furniture. Bargain. 500 xSIXTH S. W. FOR SALE--Davenport, desk, lamp, kerosene heater. Ph. 1873W. FOR SALK--Reconditioned electric vacuum cleaner with attach- ment.-r, cheap. 1324 N. Rhode Island. Poultry and Eggs 74 FOR SALE--100 White Leghorn hens, 35c. 2051 N. Carolina. FOR SALE--Bronze Toms 20-25 lb., 5-J. Mrs. R. A. Ilolninn. Rockwell. HENS and springs lie. Duck-i 12o. Drcs.sed ivhlln you wait. Mtunn City Poultry Store, G I O S. Fed. Thonc 1001. Highest Value T CARS! Lowest Prices CAR RADIOS, HEAT ERS or WINTER AC CESSOHIES nro the most prnctlcii Chrlstmus gifts. A full line on display at our accessory department. 1032 Ford V-8 Coach. Extra clean. 1932 ..Ford V-8 Coupe. New rubber. 19S1 Chev. Trk. Duals, good tires 1928 Fcird Truck. 1881 Essex Coupe. Clean, low mlge 1031 Dodge Coupe. 1031 Ford Coach. New paint, tires Fords--All Models--Priced to Sell eer Motor Coin p amy - - - · S A L E S Opp. Old P. O in F O f l D 1st 3. E. Auto Trucks 80 FOR SALE--International 1 ton truck. In good running cond. J8G International Motor Trucks. Ph. 20 Auto Accessories 82 PARTS FOR ALL MAKES OF CARS We also carry a complete linn of Automobile Glass nt reduced prices. Phone 8282 S. H. WOLF 823 Soulh Washington Avenue LEGAL NOTICES WlTGI.VAt, NOTICE In lljfi District Court of Iowa, In nnd fo Oreo Gnri!i .'ou.it3'. Tho Imlrprncicnt Orilrr tf Forrj|rr», I'lnlnt "r, vs. Gcntvlevn C'. H i l l , o. R. II hi Mnrfe . Johnson, Manrnrct I- llnlley It. T. R A lies-, Hr*al LakM Pipe IJn Complin)', The Klj-sl Trust Joint .Stock J.nnfl IlojiU of Chlcntrn, nf rhJc»|[o, nota, A]hin F. Hf.cli, A l l n n F. R tniatrr. Heck Jlroa. Co., corpornllnn rtmrte* grimiobrr, Chnrle* .\eisnn, A mm .Vclnr.Ti, r c f r n d n n t K . To (i rent Lr\l«% I'Jpr, M n r Cnnipnm-, Til Flrnt-Tnmt Joint Stock Land »nnk r. ritfrajco, of riilniijrn, Illlfirtl*, Cttarlf Schmoktrv d e f e n d a n t s nhov* immcrl: You nnd each of you arc hereby n o l l f l c r l h a t there will he on nio, en or h e f o r c Ih 29lh rlay of December, 133, in the attic of the Clerk oC llie uliove entitled court the petition of the p l a i n t i f f above nnmed dernandlnR Jurymen t In rem apalnst th reni estate hereinafter !tferiheT, tn th sum of J8.023.Qfi, w i t h thereon a the rate of 8 per cent per a n n u m from No vcmljer 21. 1033, and for the costs r,f th action, \pciin3ing n. rtnnnaMp nttorney'H if:for p l a l n t l f f d attorney, ntt provided hy I f i w fin J u A l l y due tho p l a i n t i f f upon a c e r l f u i promissory note In w r l t L n K for 57, marJe, fiTecute*! .-jti/j rtclivrrr.l by one J. N* Johnnon (now f!ec«aaerl) to the Modern n crhood of A m e r l c n , and hy GaM payee dnrfit-J, aligned nnd delivered In lUo. j.lnlnt Iff herein. .Said note UVM f l u e t.y Us term of tht 25lh day of A p r i l . 1032. And h«nr Interest a f t e r m n t u r l t y ,it the rate nf \ per cent per a n n u m . You anrt cnc.h nt you art f u r t h e r n M : f i f , thnt t h e p l n l n t l f f ' . s p e t i t i o n w i l l demani foreclosure of a e r r t a i n morl^a;;^. f( eve date v;Ith sakl note, plven n* n e c u r M y (· the pnymrrit fit s.ifrl note, covering the tn\ ImvJn? de.icrlhe.J real t f i t a l e , s U i m l f r t Cerrv Cordn County. Iowa, to w i t : T;a«( hnlf of the- nnrthp;\j»t iimrtrr .f/irf nrtr(dca\t fj;nar(rr of nruif rir.Kt ·iicirUr, nTi In ^ r r t l o n I M r t y - f l v r , town- jihlp n i n e t y - f i v e , r:inKr t t v e n l y - h v n , and v,-i]| «5k i h ^ t U lc d e c r e e d plain f has a f i r s t mrtrlgaKC: lien upon said real ·tale Irom t h e date of aatel mortgage, to 'it. April i s t h , 1927, p a r a m o u n t , superior ml prior to the r i f i h t , title. Hen. claim or ~ " e r e s t ot the (lefeniliMUs or any ot them and lo said premises, and that a A p e c L n l xectitlon Issue for Ute sale of salt! renl state, or ao much thereof as nmy Us nec- asary to make lite whole sum duo ihc tatnlfrf. ttiget.ier w i t h I n t e r e s t , costs tinrt ulnjj c o B t f i , tin;l that on and n f t t r the Mo of such sale that, thft right., title, Hen, laim or Interest of tha defenddnts ur fttiy them In and to said premises bs forever aired and fofec.osert, except for such Ifihls ot redemption as Are especially iro- tded by law. You arc f u r t h e r n o t i f i e d that plaint I (I la-lma under the terms of satrt mortgage have a specific lien upon the rents, es and profits of suUl real estate, and hat p l a i n t i f f Is entitled to the I m m e d i a t e ossessfon t h e r e o f , and to the appointment f a receiver to tAlce pops ess [on of aald remises and collect the rents, Issues and rotils therefrom for ULB henetlt. of the l.ilntlif. and reserves the rl^ht, at the Mme f tilting judgment nnd rtecrete nC foreclos- ire, to a.Mc the e c u r t to retain Jurisdiction ( aald action for the purpose of hearing ,ron p t a l n t U f ' f i application for appoint- nent of a receiver, until a f t e r s h e r i f f ' r ale, as prayed. You and each of you are f u r t h e r tiotUlm lint !40G.,io of th« aum lor which J u d g m e n t R nshed, with I n t e r a c t ut S per cent nnum from November 2 Jet, 19,13, [s asked n account of f u n d s advanced hy tlio pTui f t to pay taxes aKftinut Iht r^n.1 estate .bove deacrlned, and l h a t 52.80 of n a i r l si v l t h Interest 63 above n o t e d . IB asked no ccount of f u n d s advanced by the p l a i n t i f f or Insurance premiums. You and each of you arc f u r t h e r n o t i f i e d rmt ;«r3inal Judgment IK not asked against i.ny of thrs d e f e n r t a n l f i In Jmld. action. For f u r t h e r p a r t l c u l a r a , see aald petition vhen filed. AND NOW unless you appear thereto ani 1C f e n d , on fif before noon of tho so cone) lay of the next t e r m of Klil court, helnc Tie .Tanunry, 19^4, torm thereof, ·which will louvene and he lield at the Court House n Mason City, imva, on the 8th day [Qmmrj", lOS-i. d e f a u l t will be enter pi! against you and each of you, ami J u d g m e n t nrt d e c r e e entered thereon, as prayed. n. r. CT-OUOH. A t t o r n e y for the P l a i n t i f f , may be necessary to make l|je v/liol* »ura hie the p l a i n t i f f , together with i n t e r e s t , costs and accruing coats. YOU A N l i EACH OV YOU are f u r l h e i " ttUleil ( h a t pursuant to the terms of said ortRHb-e, p l a i n t i f f nsfcs that A receiver li^ .poinle.t, 10 take possession of said real estate, to collect ihe rents, Issues ;tnd pro- f i t * t h e r e o f , for the b e n e f i t of the p l a i n t i f f , and «3ks lhat tha h e a r i n g upon application for receiver he reserved u n t i l after sheriti"* .ale, on special execution.. You and each of you are f u r t h e r nolUlc.t .hat personal judgment la askud only ng.ilnst .ho U e f e t i d a n l s C. F;. Gunhns nnrt Aniu You and each of you nra f u r t h e r noiilLed timt the p l a i n t i f f L* t h e owner and holder ' the aforesaid note and m o r t s a R f , b-- virtue of endorsement, transfer and a s s i g n - ment thereof, and the amount due on .said: note and mortgage 1 5 declared due hy victim of rtcfult In the payment of Interest \vh1cu was rtue thereon on November 15th. 19!i'_N Kor l u r l h e r particulars, sec said pettUcm whtn fiUil, A N D NOW unless you appear thereto ami defend, on or b e f o r e noon of the aecon-1 day of the next term of 4ald Court, b e i n n the J a n u a r y . 1D3J. term thereof, w h i c h m i l convene r\nd be hetd at the Court House i:V Ma nan City, Iowa, on the Bth dny of J n m t - . derail It will be entered n g a i n » i J u d g m e n t entered thereon, a - ary, y o u , 034, and . . - . Attorney for tho P l a i n t i f f . »nrt ORUiINAl, NOTICE In the IMalrlct Court of Iowa. In Ocrro Cordo County, Jonuarj- lemi, I H 3 1 , 11 tin son Hell, I ' l a l n l l f f , VB. (7, 1,, TOOTH* and Ilose To\*-nc, Defendants. To the. Defendant, c. I.. Towne: You and each ol you nre hereby notUic.i that there la now on flic In the o f f J u e "or the Clerk of the District Court in nnrt for Ctrro (lorda County, lown, the [leltllon oi 1 ' tha p l a i n t i f f demanding personal Judunieni; aGalnst you nn»l each of you for tho suni" of Two Thousand Six Hundred Nluciy-nln^ and r j2-100 Dollnra ($2,6S9.92) with i n i e i est at eight per cent ( B C i per annum, f r o m January l, 1033, for and on account; of your promissory note dated December 31, 127. plven lo Mason City Loan anrt Tniit 1 .' Company, now heM by p l a i n t i f f , and for and on account of taxes and Insurance paid hy p l a i n t i f f . P l a i n t i f f also aeks for th« foreclosure of his mortgage securing £f\ld" obltijatlon on the N o r t h 78 feet of Lot rout*" ( 4 ) , In Flock Forty-seven ( 4 7 ) , In Warren' C. Clark's A d d i t i o n to Mason City. Ccrro 1 ' Gordo C o u n t y , town, ami t h a t a receiver* be appointed to collect the rents, tames ami pvodts, as In n a l t l mortgage provided, P l a i n t i f f alleges that waste has been com- milled ana taxes have become- d e l i n q u e n t ; and asks for attorneys 1 feea. Tor parllcu- 1 lars sec pclitlon on flic. A n j unless you a p p e a r thereto tunl t«- fend on or before noon of the fiecotid d a y of the January, 1034. term nt the D l s t r k n Court o( Cerro Qordo County, Jowa, which convenes nt the Court HOUSE In Mason f ' i t y . ' Iowa, on ihe eighth dny of Jammry. 19:I1.' d e f a u l t will be entered against you anJ 1 each of you and J u i l R m c n t and decrcu r e n - dered thereon as prayed ami 05 i*\ovldcfl b/ law; and order u-Ill also ho made appointing a receiver, nil aa prayed for lit p l a i n t i f f ' * petition, na.te'1 thia 22nd dny of Novemher, A. t]^ SKNNEFF, S A U D HKNNF.rF, Altonu-ya for D a l n t i i t . i Ihr n i t t r l n l Court of Inxm hi au.l frr ; Orro OnrJo C c n i n l y . .Innuary Term, A.I). Ifl.Ti. 1. Ilarrlftl. Rohinson, I ' l a l n t f i f , V3- Kdward J. Robinson, D e f e n d a n t . To (li« A.UOVR iVuniril TJpfcndftnt: You arc h r r c h y n o t i f i e d that there Is now i file In the o f f i c e nf tne Clerfc of the District Court of Cerro Gordo County, IOWA, the petition if the p l a i n t i f f nakltiK t h a t nlie be granted a ilccrcc nf a\fljlu*.e rtlvorce from yon on inc. grounds ot cniel and Inhuman t r e a t m e n t pnilnnRerinj; her llfr, and because of your dfflertlon and your failure to support h e r ; and n\t-n n^klnp; (nr t h e nb- BOlutc c u s t o d y nnd ronlr^l of her minor Fon born an the Is/iito of frnld marr/ngc. and for anlt money tint} I em porn ry anfl nenijnnent a l i m o n y \ the partlcnlnrs of w h i c h are f u l l y set forth In the p e t i t i o n now on file. A N D UNI..KRS you nppnar ( h e r e t o nnd tfpfeni! on or before noon of IJip ^PcomJ rtay it the January. lfl3-(. Term nf the D i s t r i c t Court In and for Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, which convenes at the Court House In irfiiTon City, Jov/n, on the 8th «lay of January, 10.1 j, d e f a u l t will he entered a g n t n n t j'nu nnd Judgment nnd decree rendered an prayed In satil p r l l t l o n , end an provided uy :*\v. Dated Ibis Cth day of December, A.D- 3033. SEX'NEFF, BL.1SH and SENNF.FF, A t t o r n e y s for Plaintiff. ORIGINAL NOTICT; In lli«- D i s t r i c t T o u r t of TOTTA In nn«T for Ornt (Jirrffn Cotirity. ,Tnntniry Term, I!).1^. Eleanor KIHott, P l a i n t i f f . vs. ink f!. Elliott, D e f e n d i i n t . T.I Krnttk (I. Klltatl: Toll ar« hereby nolUJeil that there is i\v on f l i c In th= o f f i c e of the Clerk nf the District Court of the almvc named County nil St/ite, R. pet U Ion nf Eleanor KlHott, I n i m i n p of you n divorce, NO;\ P , unless you nppcar thereto and defend on or before noon of the second lay f the January, 1034, term of srtld Court o lie held At the Court Hous* in Mason Clly in snld C o u n t y , c o m m e n c l n R en the , day if J a n u a r y , 1931, default will be enterei) npalnst you AH] JiulRtnent renderod thereon in accordance with the pray or of a petition. M. C. COUCH LOW. A t t o r n e y f o r P f a t n t l t f . ORIGINAL NOTICE tlir nutrlrt Cotirt of Trtva In And tar Crrro ( i o r r f n County. The I n d e p e n d e n t Onler n[ Foresters, Plaintiff, vs. C. K. Gunmu. A n n a flunhus, Beck Bros. Co., as Trustee, B r r k Brothers Company, a c o r p o r a t i o n ; Be-K Walker Company, K a d o n a l Bank ol the Republic, Chlcapn, Illinois, City N a t i o n a l Rank and TniEt Company. Chicapo, IllinolB. Cenlrnl 7le- puhllc Trust Company, Chicago, Illinois. Merchants N'Allanal Hank of Cedar Haplda, Iowa, Xtrs. H. J. Han-ion, J. J. Till!, H e r b e r t E. CMc. 7-ula f r w l n ^ Ilnttv Elanc Irivifi. Thooflorc! U r b i l n a k y , Mary UrhiinBUy. lntcrsin.t(* T.nan anrt I n v e s t - ment Company, ( Incnrr o r a t e d ) , DC t e n d - anta, o C. E. nnnhui:. A n n a OimMift, Nntkmal H a n U . i m f t , I t e n i L l i l l r , Dilrnico, r o . . , w n s £!.'', T!i(\. 00 thereof n t 8^ par annum from November 13, 1032, and \vlih Interest at 8 o per a n n u m on, the various additional e t * covering n l - . 1 1 ; i U I L U C I UU 1 1 1 I I - 1 1 I , Judgment and decree nt foreclosure, f o reel 'if I n g t h e c f r t n m mnrtfiftpe nf even d a t e with aald n o t e . ^Jven ns security for the p a y m e n t of all furnir duo on saM ri'iic, covering the foll^wlrifc «!cncrttmrt tenl os talc f-1 l u n ted in Cerro Oordo C o u n t y . I o w a , ' t o - w i t : hnlf of nnrtliu p*] ORIGIN A TJ NOTICE In the "OlAtrlct Court ot lown, In C*rro (3 or Jo County, Janunry Ter A,. Soclely of ; Annie M. Ncl»on; I Vlrst Nntlunnl Hank nf nnl? , , 1S34. 1h e Equitable Uf« the- Vnltri! StnteB, VB . nanmuK T3. K e l H. Stienard; Clear I.ukr r Toivn; rerm Gordo Icma, Dora K. Otinon,, D . 0» i j l u u , J. ClftUstn; .lean S. Clausen, llaro i launen; Caroline Allc« Clauicn; Max: ;iaunen; Robert Cluuienj Fred Clauften: Hettle LonlAfl t:iQicn; S. J. C)aun«n HI; "ertel J. Clausen, Adm. of the Enlnlp «_*'. Carrie \V. Clmn^ri, demeaned; CftTiiliKrt*'- l-onlsei Clausen, Administratrix or tliir r»(afe tf Currlfl W. Cluunen t drcenaeiL Annre Sucl(o«-; Olava ftiicknw, n e f r n d n n t ^ . T» Said Dcf^ntJnnts: S. J. Clnntcn, -Tr.-in $.· Clausen, I t c l t l u JVoutje Clnijsrn. s. f« , Claiiiten lit: Viu and C ach nt you are hereby n o t i f l ^ i ; t h a t tliere j,-! now on f l i c In the o f f i c e r * the Clerk uf the DlBtrlct C o u r t of U c r r o i* (inrdo County. Iowa, the p f t f K o n of tli« ' F l a t n t l f f . clalmln« of you, the said H n s - mus K. Ncl.ioci and A n n i e ^(. Nelson, tl:n sum of fS.000.00, on account of your p r o m - issory note dated August 15. 13'JS, n r i j - i n f t i r v Riven to the Collin.i MorlRaRG Company :inr[ · endorsed to lite P l u l n l l f f herein; ala« f for tho foreclosure of ihe real estate m o r t ^ a s " Ktven to Eecure the above rfescrCbcrl nol-. ' which mortRtvye was o r i g i n a l l y plven to Hi-?" Collins Mcrt«age Company nnd aanl^'uei] t « · ITie P l a i n t i f f herein, t^eiricr w l t J i Inlerc.-ii. , on stilt! note ant p e n a l t y thereupon a^i provided in JiaUl note and m o r t R a K C K^'en In' 1 secure I t ; alnn f e c a for th« cfcl^niHl.iti oC ihe attract, attorney f?ca, costs and taxr.i« provfdea by the terms of «nid m u r f s n - f f c , which morlgaRe covered Ihe f o l l o v / l n B d«-» ' ncrlned real estate tn Cerro Goruo County^ Iox\-a. to wit: Ttio SniitJivrmt ijnnrtcr of Srrlliui Tweniy-tu-rt (21), To«nnlilp N Inn I y. rive 'E5 Nnrlli, U n n R f t T w r n l y - t ^ t o CJ'il . · ·' Wrut *'f thfl F i f t h I'. M.. r n n - . tatnlnj; 100 ncm, ntorn or Ie*n, (itrftoril- 'nr to llie- n n v p r n m e n l .Survey t h r r r n f , and Is recorded Iti Hook 37, PUR*' 101, f tho reconlu of Cerro tj»rdo C o u n t y , lov.ri. Petition \vlll ftlfltj nJik for Iho npp'jinimcjir, of n Receiver. Kor f u r t h e r p a r t i c u l a r s , Rf.n T'rtltlon. Peraonal j u d j - m n n L 1s demanded. n n l y n gainst D e f e n d a n t s , Riumuw E. Nel-- 'on a n d A n n l n M. Kelson. A n d unlcjfi you appear anI d e f e n t t on 01* before noon of th« nerond 'ln.y nf t h e . I a n - u a r y Term, of the District. C f i n r t of C e r r r j Gordo County, to be held at Mrv.ion C i t y . 'Iowa, c o m m e n c i n g on lh« c t g h t l i d a y of January. 1031, d e f a u l t win b-i r n l p r p a apalnst you and J u d g m e n t and d e c r e e r e n - dered thrreon. B A R N K R , C H A M B E R L A I N A 1IAN7.UK'. ' and K. H. \VAD8\VOi:TII. A t t o r n e y s (or P l a i n t i f f , . Cerlar naplrl;. Iowa. FINAL DATE SET IN APPLICATIONS; Many Vacancies Will Exist in Poshnastershlps of North Iowa. Globe.-finzoltfl Washington B u r e a u ; ' WASHNCJTON, Dec. 7.--The civ-. il .icrvice commission lias set Dec. 29 us the cloning date for receipt oS ' applications from candidates for tho postmnstershlps at seven Iowa post- officco. The list of postoffioc.H with tlvi expiration date, name and salary of the postmaster is ns follows: Bclmond, Jan. 22, 103-1, $2,300," Wallace R. Ramsey; Clarksvillc. Feb. 10, 3034, $1,000. Miller CV Rhoads; Jnnesvllle. Feb. 17. 1034, $1,100, Charles ff. Howe; N e w . Hartford, Jan. J, lf)34, $1,500, Chester B. DeVcney; Plymouth, Jan. 22, IfCM, $1,100. Ulysses G. H u n t ; R e i n - linck, Jan. 3t, 1!)31, S2.000, Mrs. Emily L. Gibson. Resigns as Minister to Czechoslovakia WASHINGTON, Dec. 7. I.Ti- Francis White's resignation as minister to Czechoslovakia woji .incepi- cd today at the state d n p n r i m a n L He already \* r e t u r n i n g t n thli r o u n t r v .

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page