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FEBRUARY 19 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FIFTEEN Use the Classified Want Ads and Save Money--Phone 3800 Today Classified Advertising Information Fifteen cents a Un* first insertion. Ten cents a Una for each eonsecutlvg sub- · equeni Insertion. (Count live average worda to the HDB.J Seven insertions are given (or th price of six. CLASSIFIED D1SPLAT ADVERTISING TO cents per column Inch eacli insertion. A. discount of 15 per cent will be allowed on all classified advertisements paid far at ttiB tlma of insertion or not later Uiazj 0 days thereafter. A.11 out-of-town* ads are payable In advance. All refun^g on Want Ada must be called for within 30 days of tha cancellation date of tba order. Answer to "blind" advertlsementB must to addressed to the. letter Btbted' to tha ad, care of the Globe-Gaze tie. Under no circumstances will the Glotie-GazeUe reveal the name of Uioae Inserting "blind" advertise- me tit a. Minimum charge for single advertisement. 23 cents. PHONE SBOO Between S a. m. and 6 p. m. and JIB!J tor tha Ad Taker. INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications are numbered according to the position In which they appear in . the section. Agents 36 Apia, (or Rent ., 45 Amusements ..., 7 Auto Accessuries 82 Autos for SalG .. 19 Auto Storage ., .A79 Autu Trucks ... 80 Aulo P.etalring . 31 Beauty fariora . Bwird, Room ... Bide. MaterlaJa . Business L. c c a- tlem . ., Business Opportunities C a f e s , Restau- Instruction .. Insurance ... Investment .. In Mem or! am Jotj Printing Laundries . . . Livestock for Sale 52 Location Wanted Lost and Found Lola tor Ea!« .,. Machinery Milk ,. i!Uc. (or Sale .. Misc. for Rent ., Money to Loan . 39 . 11 .. 10 . .A 2 20 . 21 rants Crtl of Thanka "Chiropodists .... Chiropractors ... Cteanerp, Dyera . * D Cottages A16 Death Notlcea .. 1 Dogs. Elrda, Petn 03 Educational Opportunities .,. *Q Electrical Service 61 Employment Service A30 Farms for Bale . CO Karma for Rent .ABO Farm Machinery 81 FlorUta * ,Toolfl A55 Funeral Directora 3 FUTB * Q Oarage for Rent Garage for Sate Gardens ........ Gifts Help W a n t e d . With Inv Help W a n t e d , Female Help W a n t e d , Mate Help W a n t e d . Male, Female. .A3fl Hide, Wool. Fur* 78 Household Goads 73 Houses for Sale 47 Houses for Kent 43 Monument^ Moving, Storage Musical inatr. .. Nursery Stock . . Offices Cor Kent Of/Lee- EqulpU .. Osteopaths PaintlnE, Decor. Personals Photographers .. Plumbing. Htg. Poultry, EEGS .. Radio Supplies .. Real Batata Wtd. Rooms for Rent Sale or Trade . Sale or Rent ... Saleslatlles Salesmen Seeds, Feeds .,. Serv, Offered .., Situation Wtd. .. Stampir, Coins ,. Stationery . ..... Stock* ....' Summer Cottages Swap Service ,,. Travel Bureau Trade or Exch. UpholsterlnK .... \Vtd. ; to Borrow Wtd. to Buy ... WW., Mfec Wtd. to Rent ,. Wearing AppartJ 27 60 44 A 38 A47 34 .15 28 A33 33 A74 71 72 6 1 38 A 42 59 77 75 A75 76 70 Death Notices 1 ALBERTSON, Margaret Elaine, 13, died at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Albertaon, Eurchinal, Monday morning. Funeral aervices will be held at the Patterson funeral home at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. The Rev. O. L. N. Wigdahl, pastor of. the Trinity Lutheran church, in charge of the services. Burial will be in Elmwood cemetery. The Patterson funeral home In charge. Card of Thanks We wish *o express our most sincere thanks and appreciation to our many friends and neighbors for their many kindnesses, expressions of sympathy and beautiful flowers extended to us at the death of our beloved wife, mother and sister. John Trebil and Family Mrs. Boutelle and Family Funeral Directors MEYER FUNERAL HOME--Dependable service. 213 Fifth street S. E, Ph. 1505. PATTERSON FUNERAL HOME-A service for those who care. Ambulance. 322 N. Wash. Ph. 1140. RANDALL Funeral Home--Ambulance service. 104 3rd St N. B. Ph. 511. C. E. Snlppa. H. B. Major. Florists IN the hour ot Joy as well as In sorrow, flowers best cxprcsa your aentlmente. Strictly fresh homegrown atock. Kemblea. Ph. 55. Monuments A4 MARK every grave with a monument from Mason City Cut Stone and Mon't Co.. 504 N Monroe 7«a. Personals SPENCER Corsets, light weight, econqmical, designed for the woman who is to wear it. Ph. 3355 Lost and Found LOST--Key case containing nine keys. Reward. Return to Globe- Gazette. T,O8T--Child's rubber doll and doll quilt, between Barrett Orocery and First Methodist church, Friday. PIIONK 347J. BEWARD Money to Loan 8 C. L. Pine Loan Plan for loans up to 5300.00 on furniture, autos, diamonds and prsonol property. Out of town loans made -write for Information. 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." DO 1'OD NEED MONEY? §10 $30 $100 £200 KUFtNlTunE LOANS SALARY LOANS . AUTO LOANS DIAMOND LOANS LOAN co. 321 1st Nnt'l Bldg. Ph. 412 CHARACTER LOANS -- 550 or more. ?10 la cost of $100 loan. A year to pay. 2071/2 N. Federal. AUTOMOBILE L O A N S IF YOU NEED MONEY-REFINANCE YOUR CAR! , We will pay off your present contract, advance you more money and cut your payments down. Furniture Loans Also Made Phono 727 or Come In HOME LOAN» FINANCE CO. 2nd Floor I.O.F. Bldg. N E E D M O N E Y FOR THE FIRST TIME Do you rind yourself in a position where for the first time in your life -- you would like to borrow money from a loan company? You should not feel any different about it than you did when you purchased something for the first time on on installment plan basis. Borrowing money is just like any business transaction -- it is a credit matter. And most of the big: and little businesses of the world are built and kept up on credit. The UNITED FINANCIAL SERVICE pays particular attention to the needs of people who are borrowing money for the first time. So if you need cash come in and see us. We promise you will feel perfectly at ease -- will be asked no questions embarrassing to answer. Furniture and .Automobile Loons. United Financial Service F. M. HUMPHREY, Mgr. 3 First St. N. W. First Donr West of Adams Drug. Phono 1414 Beauty Parlors 16 PERMANENT waves $1.60 to §3. Shampoo and finger wave fiOc, Ph. 3011, call for Lo Moderno Annex. 3121/j N. Fed. Avo. Painting, Decorating 24 RMS. Papered S2. Ph. 1470W. Hyde. Business Opportunities 29 FOR SALE OR TRADE -- Filling station and lot in Nora Springs, for horses or cows. H. Lenz, Rudd, Iowa. Help Wanted, Female 31 WANTED--Dental assistant. Write S-1B, Globe-Gazette. Help Wanted, Male 32 INTERNATIONAL Manufacturer has position for reliable men with cara in this locality. Only men interested in permanent work and capable of earning above ordinary Income need respond. Apply in person. J. T. Moore, core Daylight Store, Oaage, Iowa. IP YOU Want a wonderful opportunity to make $8.50 a day and get a new Pord sedan as bonus besides, send me your name immediately. No contest or lottery. Particulars free. Albert Mills, 3354 Monmouth, Cincinnati, Ohio. A GOOD permanent position that will pay better than $50 weekly. Good reference and small investment required, fully protected. No selling:. Interview by appointment only. Mr. Larson, Cerro Gordo hotel. Salesmen 35 SALESMEN--New line ready. Sell dealers and manufacturers easy selling calendars, novelties, signa, ice supplies. Tremendous demand now. We pay dally. Mail, repeat orders credited. Bonus, prizes. Write Immediately. Harrison Co., Established 1892, Union City, Ind. MEN Wanted for Rawleigh routes of 800 families in cities of Clear Lake, Garner and Nora Springs. Reliable hustler snoulcl start earning ?25 weekly and increase rapidly. Write Immediately. Rawlelgh Co., Dept. IA.-54-S, Freeport. 111. MAN WANTED--For local service station. 535 per week to start. Previous experience not needed. 5850 cash deposit required on equipment. Apply by letter. Manufacturer, 214-H-D1 W. Wesley St., Wheaton. III. Situation Wanted 33 WANTED--Job on farm. Married man. Good reference. Write R-19, Globe-Gazette. GIRL. 19. wants housework. 2717W. Services Offered A33 WANTED--Washings. 912 8 S. E. EXP. girl wants hour or day work. Ph. 366SJ. WASHINGS wanted. Ph. 353SW. SEWING MACHINES, phonographs repaired. A. E. Bower, expert upholsterer, furn. repaired. Ph. 1155. ROOFS repaired. Phone 3830. Business Location 37 Farms ior Sale 50 FOR SALE 320 acres In high state of cultivation. Good improvements. Electric lights. Priced to sell. $40 an aero. See T. W. GILTIN Northwood Iowa FOR SALE--100 acres unimproved In Pine County, Minn. Clear of encumbrance. Possession March 1. Clear Lake 'or Mason City might he' considered In exchange. FKEE- MAN KEN YON, Clear Lake, la. FOR RENT -- Corner building. Only available corner on Federal. Reos. rent. J. A. Sullivan, Phone 83 or 1919. Swap Service 38 Three times or less offering a "SWAP" costs nothing. The ad must have a Globe-Gazette "key" number and the advertiser will pay 10 cents for each reply. Replies are to be called for at the Wand Ad counter. Regular rates will be charged for every line over 3 lines, besides 10 cents for each answer. SWAP--Low priced close in home for high class lot and down payment. Write TT-19, Globe-Gazette. S W A P -- Lady companionship, housework for board aud room. Small wage. Write DD-17, Globe- Gazette. SWAP--Medium Ige. house, close in for smaller house. Write ZZ-19, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Old violin for fresh cow, ewea or White Rock hens. Write YY-19, Globe-Gazette. FARMERS -- Will swap concrete bldg". blocks, screened sand or gravel for horse, cows, young cattle, piga or corn and oats. Write FF-17, Globe-Gazette. TO SWAP--Young work horse for brood sows. Write ZZ-17, Globe- Gazette. TO SWAP Pontiac coach, new license for horse or brood BOWS. Write OO-1S, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--7 yr. old grey gelding, wt. 1500 for duroc or Spot. Poland sows. Write XX-1Q, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Man's Bulova wrist watch, perfect for good battery set radio. Write YY-16. Globe-Gazette. Sale or Trade A3 8 FOR SALE OR TRADE -- Elee. washer, Victor radio, brooder house, straw stack. Ph. 4094W. Rooms for Rent 44 FOR RENT--Hskg. rms. 207 6 NE. FOR RENT--Furn. room. Ph. 677. FOR REN1---Onrurn. hskpg. rms., reas. 416 W. State. FOR RENT--2 fum. hskg. rms. in mod. home, pri. ent. 806 N. Adams. Ph. 3127. FOR P.ENT--Warm rm. 224 2 NW. FOR KENT -- Modern furnished housekeeping room and kitchenet. Close In; private entrance. 310 NORTH DELAWARE FOR RENT--2 fur». rms. for light hskpg. with garage. Ph. 1129. FOR SALE--Bargains, els 80 acre farms In a high state of cultivation, well improved. See T. W. Gilpin, Northwood, Iowa. FOR FARM--Bargains see T. W. Gilpin, Northwood, Iowa. Farms for Rent A50 FOR RENT--13 acre tract in Rockwell. Ph. 1922, Mason City. FOR K E N T -- ACHES WITH Buildings. Cash In advance. 6 milea cast of Forest City. WILLIAM ANDERSON Livestock for Sale 52 FOR SALE--By weight, brood sows, March farrow. Vaccinated. Hulfwusscn, Mescrvev. FOR SALE--Breed ewes. Roger W. Oleson, Leland, Iowa. , FOR SALE--4 Spotted Poland sows. Will farrow April X J. Janssen, 5 miles south, 1 mile west. FOR SALE--Team of horses, e and 7 years old, one grey, one bay, wgt. 3600. Joe Machu, Manly. FOR SALE--Several horses, more than I need. M. T. Love, Garner, Iowa. B'OR SALE--Four good registered milking Shorthorn cows, S year olcis. Write K-19, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--GRAY GELDING 1 years old, weight 1650. S. SEHVERSON Ventura,, Iowa Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 FOR SALE--Canaries. 221 8th S. E. Misc. for Sale 55 FOR SALE--Elec. health belt, good condition, cheap. 220 3 N. E. GOOD CLEAN COAL Fair Prices Just Try One Ton ALLISON COAL Phone 4S1 FOR SALE--Buildings 9'xlS' and 7 hlg-h ideal for chicken houses, brooder houses, tourist camps, etc. Write J-10, Globe-Gazette. FOB SALE--Dry oak wood saxved in stove lengths. Priced very reasonable; city scale weights PHONE SHOW FOR RENT--Cozy room. Ph. 3054. FOR RENT--Light hskpg. room, 20 4th N. W. Ph. 1460J. FORCED TO VACATE BY THURS. MORNING Must Bell at once: Office desk, fil ing cabinet, late model 9 tube 15re- iner-Tully clec. radio §10, 10 tube Silver-Marshall long: nml shorn wave radio $50, Crosley screen-grid dynamic speaker faiilo model $10, Krcshman screen-grid console rivdio §12.50, also battery models S3, tables, beds and other articles. Any reasonable offer accepted, J. M. MAHJ,STADT IfiOS S. Federal Apts. for Rent 45 FOR RENT--Furn. 3 rm. apt., pri. bath, no children. 420 9 N. W. FOR RENT--Apt. 1223'i N. Pres. FOR RENT--Mod. film. 2 rm. apt. 418 S. Georgia. FOR SALE 10 wind driven electric power plants, 32 volt. 32 volt batteries go at former price, Buy now. Save. Prices much higher. IIKKM.UY KH'PJON". City, IU. 6, on highway No. 65 South. FOR RENT--Furn. apt. 712 N. Mad. Houses ior Rent 46 FOR RENT--9 rm. mod. newly dec- home. Close in. Inq. Mier Wolf. FOR RENT--Fine all year home on North Shore. $300.00 for the year. FREEMAN KENVON Cicar Lake, Iowa FOR RENT--5 rm. hse. 805 N. Georgia, $15. Immediate poas. Lepper Jewelry Co. FOR RENT--$25, 7 rm. mod. hse., Close in. Garag-e. W. L. Patton, north side 1C. B. A. FOR RENT--'7 rm. mod. gas heated house. Ph. 3247. RENT YOUR HOME from Briar List your property with Briar Buy a home'from Briar. Ph 3414. Houses for Sale 47 FOR 3ALE--Houae. Call 1027J. FOR SALE--1 rm. hae. Ph. 2667. FOR SALE--5 rm. and glassed-in porch, mod. tung., double garage, close in on N. Penn., $2,800. M. M. Mocn Co., 818 S. Pres. Ph. 887. Lots for Sale 48 FOR- SALE--S500 takeT'heauUful Grand View lot, provided you are prompt. W. L. Patton, north side M. B. A. HEAVY MATS SIZE 18'/ 2 x21 2c EACH The 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. We have over 500 which may be bought for only 2 cents each. Call Business Office. Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--Scandia egp S7. Ph 400. Delivered price. City scale weight. Home Totvn Gas, Oil and Coal Co. First Class Second Hand BATTERIES In perfect condition. Guaranteed. LINDQUIST'S 620 S. Federal Phone 831 Foods ASS FOR RENT---SCO acre farm. 4 miles west of Rockford, Iowa. Communicate with Wayne J. 1 Fluent, Referee. Charles City. Iowa. Musical Instr. 58 FOR SALE--Cornet, aaxaphonc, alto, bassoon, clarinet. Buy, sell used instruments. R. R. Kelao, Ph. 1461. Autos for Sale 79 LAPINER'S USED CARS "BUY BY COMPARISON. LOOK EVERYTHING OVER. HERE ARE SOME REAL BUYS FOR THRIFTY BUYERS. HONESTLY REPRESENTED" '33 TERRAPLANE SEDAN. YOUR CHANCE TO SAVE OVER X '31 CHEVROLET SPECIAL COACH. WHEELS. LIKE NEW SIX WIRE $385 '29 LATE SERIES CHEVROLET COACH. NEW FINISH. GOOD TIRES. '34 LICENSE. '30 LATE SERIES FORD DE LUXE SPORT ROADSTER. LOOKS LIKE NEW $235 '29 CHEVROLET SPORT ROADSTER. NEW TIRES. '34_LICENSE. FINE MOTOR. ONLY.. '27 CHEVROLET AA FORDOR SEDAN RUNS FINE. GOOD FINISH. 'S4 LICENSE. ONLY '31 ESSEX SUPER SIX DE LUXE COACH. SIDE MOUNT. TRUNK RACK. PERFECT. . $335 '29 ESSEX CHALLENGER COACH. NEW TIRES. FINE MOTOR. VERY CLEAN $185 '29 CHALLENGER ESSEX FORDOR SEDAN WITH NEW ENGINE. VERY CLEAN '29 WHIPPET SIX COUPE. NEW TIRES. FINE PAINT. RUNS LIKE A TOP. ONLY. '29 WHIPPET FORDOR SEDAN. GOOD TIRES. FINE MOTOR. NEW PAINT. ONLY $145 '29 HUDSON GREATER SIX DE LUXE SEDAN. TWO SIDE MOUNTS. RUNS GOOD '28 HUDSON 4-DOOR SEDAN. GOOD TIRES MOTOR FAIR. CLEAN BODY. '34 LICENSE. $95 '27 CHEVROLET V SERIES COUPE. NEW TIRES. HEATER. '34 LICENSE. FINE MOTOR. ONLY '27 STUDEBAKER 5-PASS. SEDAN. EXTRA CLEAN AND 'PERFECT MOTOR. SPECIAL. $135 '29 BUICK MASTER SERIES FORDOR DE LUXE SEDAN. NEW TIRES. RUNS 0. K. SPECIAL $145 '26 CHEVROLET LANDAU SEDAN. GOOD TIRES. RUNS 0. K. LOOKS GOOD. '34 LICENSE. ONLY.. '26 ESSEX COACH, USED ONLY 23,000 MILES NEW TIRES. '34 LICENSE. SPECIAL AT ...$50 '28 ESSEX FIRST SERTES COACH. GOOD TIRES TRUNK. '34 LICENSE. RUNS 0. K. ONLY BEAUTIFUL HUDSON SPORT ROADSTER. HERE'S A SNAPPY, SPEEDY JOB. ONLY. . $19! '30 OAKLAND 8 DE LUXE COUPE THAT LOOKS AND RUNS LIKE A 'NEW CAR. ONLY '28 PACKARD STD. 4-DOOR SEDAN. GOOD TIRES PERFECT MOTOR. LOOKS LIKE NEW \ $275 PACKARD SPORT PHAETON WITH NEW TIRES AND PERFECT ENGINE. A SNAP AT .'. '27 FORD T FORDOR SEDAN. WIRE WHEELS NEW TIRES. RUNS FINE. '34 LICENSE '. '30 ESSEX CHALLENGER FORDOR SEDAN GOOD TIRES. GOOD FINISH. SPECIAL. 30 OUiers. Remember We Do Our Own Financing ,, I1(I (jive lerms to Suit You. Open Every Night and Ail Dav Sunday. New Hudson Terrar];me on Display. LAPINER MOTOR CO, Musical Instr. 58 FOR SALE-- 9 tube radio ' Offices for Rent 63 FOR RENT Desirable Riilto of front office rooms. Good l l f f h l , heat furnished. K(;:ison- nblo rental. Possession Immediately. Inquire Business Manager Globe-Gazette Plionc S800 Household Goods 73 FOR SALE--Vacuum cleaner with attachments. Good as new. Cheap. Phnnn SfiST or call at 1.V.M North FUioiJe Island. SALE tube radio and table; day bed; naU dining: room suite; JO inifj-niiied mirrors, assorted sizes, G ft. .v ·! ft. to Jx2; at 1026 3rd ST. S. W. I'll. Oak sideboard; brass In*], complete. OVER I G A Wanted to Buy 75 WANTED--For cash, clear, chea; lot. Give numbers and price. Ad dress Z-'lfi, Globe-Gazette. HIGHEST Cash price paid for an kind of used car. R. and H. Wol: Phone 02.92. WE SELL, Trade, buy f u r n i t u r e BtovcB, {food shoes, clothes. B. O. Exchange. :1108 N. 1 Fed. Ph WE Will buy your used car fo. cash. No delay. Lapiner Motor Co Autos ior Sale 79 coach, 1st class cond. "·hev. Co., Inc. ev. black S. R. 1(132 Cbpv. Touch. I-Iki: new. I!I3! ( licv. l)« J.nxe I'll. Clrnn. inni IMS. p. n. s«-J. Kxtm tomi. inai Ford Slil. Air wheflt. rcct. 1031 Chrv. I'/i-lon TrU. I.lku ncil. Mftny mure rri'rinillllcmdl cats to ch»n«t* from. AVft Trade. Uhenil Termjt. Tel. lOi MAllSTON'S Vj Block Kii-l nt HiMilor.l Hotel Wanted to Borrow 77 WANT TO BOKROW--n^tTclieiTt wanting to borrow 52,000.00 on a flue property at Clear Lnkc worth SK.OOO.OO. F K E K M A N KENYON, Clear Lake, Iowa. Autos for Sale 79 1927 Peerless coupe. Bargains. 625 S. Monroe. Ph. 2'JIGVV. We trade. FOR SALE--1933 Pontinc tudor sedan. Phone 828 after S p. m. HJGIJKST VALUE! Wanted to Buy 75 CARS WANTED--Used furn., stoves and rugs. Graham 2nd hand store, next to Strand theater. Ph; 301. WANTED--To buy 16 ft- row boat. Write O-16, Globe-Gazette. HIGHEST cash prices paid for old gold watch cases, dental scrap. Blanchard's Jewelry. WANTED--To buy electric drill. Ph. 30.1. WANTED--33x4',!. tires. 3108W. WANTED--To buy house for cash. Must be bargain. Write J-17, Globe-Gazette. WE HAVE a customer with a clear well-located College add. lot for ·( down payment on modern bungalow. Beck Bros. Co. Ph. 131. Auto Trucks 80 FOR SALE--International I',;, ton 136 in. wheelbase, dual tires, re- onclitionecl. International Motor 'nicks. PROPOSE CHECK ON PRODUCTION Would Print Information on Corn and Hogs in County Newspapers. WASHINGTON, Fell 19. (.PI--A system o£ automatically checking ;he reported production figures of 'armera xvho sign, corn-hog produc- :lon control contracts by printing the information in county newspapers was announced today by the farm administration. In counties where producers sign contracts and organize county production control associations the information on total acreage of farms under 'contract, annual average corn acreage for 1932-33, annual number, of litters farrowed and hogs produced for market from these litters during the same two years, and the number of contracted acres will be printed by the association in a paper within the county. The purpose of such printing, the administration said, is to give all producers an opportunity to check with couV.y committees any statements by other fanners they believe to be inaccurate. Decision on the manner of publication, allocation among- newspapers, and rates to be paid be made by each county association which will also be responsible foi its publication costs, according to Doctor A. G. Black, chief oC the corn-hog section. LOWKST PRICKS! IB.SO I)e Soto Couch ( g o o d ) . . $250 !92f) Ford Business Cp. (runs f i n e ) SI,10 1927 ChKV. Coupe (clean) . . . 15100 Essex Scdnti, runs and drives good $JOO IDS!) c/huv. Cpe., tivo hontcrs (clean) SJi25 1920 Stud. Commander Sedan (extra good) $250 COMPLETE SERVICE Von w i l l find our service department tho muHt complete in Mason City. Gun, Oil, Tires, Tubes, Battery Service, Washing, Grenslng, Body, Ft'n- ilcr and Mechanical Repair at Rca- sonablo prices, Give us a trial on any nutoirjohilc nccd for nay rar. WAGNER MOTOR CO. FOItl SALKS in 1st s. r. OPP. old r. o. work costing $111,644.65 for repairs to the university observatory and extension of heating lines to the fine arts building and law dormitory. No loan was requested. The total amount of grants sought for new building was 546,093.40 and a supplementary grant af $364.95. Total cost of all new projects listed was placed at ?158,683.65. The other applications for new work were; Rlcevllle, paving, grant $1,200. Total cost, $6,039. Cylinder school district, school building, grant 512,300, loan ?20,000, total cost $41,000. AH State Advisory Boards Dropped by PWA, Short Funds WASHINGTON, Feb. 19. (A'l- Out of funds, the. public works administration has terminated the orvices of all members of state ad- 'isory boards. It was estimated that the PWA lad already allocated all of Its first 13,300,000,000 and that It has ap- iHcations for $3,500,000,000 from tales and other political divisions n file. ,ewis Douglas, director of the bud* ot, was reported to be drawing; up i request for between $750,000,000 ind ?1,500,000,000 more for the WA. It would be sent to the capitol n the next few days. In some congressional quarters ef- 'orts are being made to have the arger amount appropriated. THREE PWA JOBS SOUGHT IN IOWA State University, Ricevill' and Cylinder Apply for Grants. DF.S MO1NES, Feb. Hi. iTR -Three new projects, including on calling- for a grant of $33,193.^0 fo repairs and improvements at thi. University-oC Iowa, were submittec to the Iowa public works administration last week, P. F. Hopkins Iowa PWA engineer, reported to day. The university request is foi MEAT JAR EXPLODES AND SPLATTERS UP KITCHEN AT CHAPINl CKAPIN, Feb. 19.--Meat splattered all over the kitchen was the result of Mrs. Clyde Pctherin's worh Saturday. She was canning meat in fmit jars and had placed some of tlie jars in the oven. The jar exploded, core off the oven door and ^hc meat flew out. Fortunately Mrs. Fetherine and her daughter were not In the kitchen when the explosion occurred. Dows Declamatory Place Winners Are Announced DOWS, Feb. 19.--The annual homo declamatory contest was heM Friday evening In the high school assembly. Ranking, in order, were: Oratorical, Velois Nelson, Solma Gardelcn; dramatic, Marcella Peterson, Elpha June Carter; humorous, Doris Firkins, Dorothy Slme. Miss Virginia Hanson coached them. That Is, n. free American will went- no man's collar unless his neck is the same size as dad's.-Cedar KapitU fi!i7.elt«'. PUREBRED JACK With Certificate of Soundness No. 1599--Will make the following stand-- 7 Mties South on Highway 05, 1 Mile Ennt Herman Vws, Rl. 3, Mn*ou City PUBLIC SALE! Wednesday, Feb. 21 At Farm a M!l4s West, I i/j MUCH South of Norn Springs S Horses . . . 32 Cattle . . . 75 Pigs and Farm Machinery W. W. MOOHE Fir,t N u l i o n n l Bank, Nora Spring:), Clerk JACK DORSKY, Auet, PILTS Will Sell at PUBLIC AUCTION AT S WALED ALE, IOWA 10 M I L K S SOL'TH A N D II MILES WEST OF . M A S O N CITY MONDAY, FEB. £6 Oft MULES Oft tif Good Ones Ov HORSES 2 [ CATERPILLAR "60" TRACTORS 3 EXCAVATORS ll.I.V .VIM /INil Stromlo Dump WAGONS 12 Ft. ADAMS BLADES 1 17-30 MINNEAPOLIS FARM TRACTOR 1 Lo« of Other Tools .Not Men1fon«r SALE STARTS PROMPTLY AT 11 O'CLOCK No rrojwrly ro Re Moved Until .Settled For TERMS: CASH OR A l t U A N G E WITH CLERK Hot Lunch Will Bu Si'rved on this Grounds OKA BAVLESS A N D 4. U. DORSEY. Auctioneers

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