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DECEMBER 8 1933 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FIFTEEN Be a Daily Reader of the "Gift Seekers Guide"--A Time and Money Saver Classified Advertising Information Fifteen cents a tine first insertion. Ten cents a lln* for each consecutive nub- lequent insertion. (Count five average words to the line.) Seven insertions RT« given for the price Q/.alX. CI^AESmE.0 DISPLAY ADVERTISING 70 cents pur column inch each insertion. A. discount or 15 per cent will be allowed a all classified advertisements paid for at i ho tlma of insertion or not later than 5 days thereafter. All out-of-town ada art payable in advance. All refunds oh Want Ads must be called for within 30 days of the cancellation da to of the order. Answer to "blind", advertisements must bo addressed to the letter stated In tho ud, care of the Globe-ticuette. Under no circumstances wtll tho Globe-Gaze (.to reveal the name of thos» liustrUng "blind" advertise- in en t a. Minimum charge rot single advertisement, 25 cents. · PHONE 3800 between S a. m. and 6 n. m. and aak for tho Ad Taner. Index to Classified Agents .·'. 3fl Aptfl. for r.cnt .. 45 Amusements ..... 7 -AUto Accessories 62 Autos tor Sale .. 79 Auto Truck* .... 80 A.uto Repairing ,. 81 Beauty Parlors ., 1G Board, Room ... 49 Bldg. Materials .. 43 Business J_, o c a · tion Business Opportunity C a f e a , Restaurants Card ot Thanks Chiropodists Chiropractors Cleaners. Dyers IS Cottages A*9 neaih Notices ... 1 Dogs, Birds, *eU B3 educational Opportunities 40 Electrical Hervlca 61 Employment Bftr- vlco · : A30 Inarms for Sale ,. 50 Farms for Rent . .AO Fnrm Machinery 51 Florists 4 Funeral Directors 3 Furs 19 CJarage for Kent 68 Garage for Halo 6fc Gardens 41 Gifts , 60 (IeZ[ Wan t · * With inv 80 lleJp W a n t e d , Female 31 Help W a n t e d , Mal« Help W a n t e d , Male, Female. .A38 aides t Wool. Furs 78 Household Uooda 73 House* for Sale *7 for Rent 49 37 20 17 3 13 It .. 83 instruction 39 Insurance il Investment to la Uemoriam , ,A 2 Job PrinUng 20 Laundries Ml Livestock for Sale R2 Location Want c d tis Lost and Found 6 Lots for Sale ... 48 Machinery 54 Milk , 22 Misc. for Sale .. M Misc. ror Rent .. 56 Money to Loan 8 Mortgages ....... B Monuments A 4 Moving,- Storage 23 Musical instr. ... rs Nursery Stock ... Offices for Rent O f f i c e Equ.pl. .. . Osteopaths Painting, Decor. Personals Photographers ... Plumbing, IJte-.. Poultry, Eggs . » Radio Supplies .. 27 Real Estate Wtd. 6R Rooma for Rent 44 Bale or Trade ...A33 Sale or Rent .. ,.A*7 Salesladies 34 Salesmen ....... 3d Seeds, Feeds .... as Serv. Offered ...A33 Situation Wtd. .. as Stationery 71 Stocks U Summer Cottage* 07 Swap Service ... iS Travel Bureau ..A 5 Trado or Esch. .. 12 Upholstering .... R9 Wtd. to Borrow T Wtd. to Buy .... 7S Wtd., MIsc A75 Wtd. to Rent ... 7R Wearing Apparel TO Death .OWEN, William A., Apt. 16, Delap ware apartments, died of apoplexy at 12:30 o'clock Thuradtty noon at big apartment. Services will "be held at 2:30 p. m, Saturday at the. Randall Funeral home. Burial will be in Omaha, The body is at the Randall Funeral home. Funeral Directors SlcAULE^ Funeral Home--Complete 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 Home--Ambulance service. 104 3rd St, N. E. Ph 511- C. E. Snipps. H. B. Major. Florists IN the hour of joy as well as in sorrow, flowers best express your sentiments. Strictly fresh homegrown stock. Kembles. Ph. 55. Monuments A4 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 reduco 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 Tho First National Bank "Large enough to serve you, small enough to know you." 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 $38 a month on scattered debts. Because of a salary reduction the head of the family found it impossible to keep on paying- to,is amount. Here was the situation facing him: Owed 5135 for auto Paid $20 monthly Owed 50 for radio Paid 5 monthly Owed 35 for doctor Paid 5 monthly Owed 40 for washing machine Paid 4 monthly Owed 40 for groceries Paid 5 monthly Total Debts 5300 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 520 a month payments and kept his credit good with the merchant*. United Financial Service F. M. HUMPHREY, Mgr. S first St. N. W. First Door W. Phone 1414 of Adams Drug Beauty Parlors 16 PERMANENTS 51,60 complete. Shampoo, finger- wave 75c. Port dry flnfferwave 3So Klarcel buc. Annex Permanent Wavo Shop 212'/; N. Fed. Ave. Business Opportunities 29 FOR SALE--Small cafe, city, cheap rent. Write F-7, Globe-Gazette. Help Wanted, Female 31 WANTED--Experienced maid for general housework. Go home nights. White or colored. Mrs. R. F. Kinneman, Crane Apts. Services Offered A33 WANTED--Hskg. by exp. lady. Write H-6, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Housework. Ph. 3683J. ROOFS repaired. Phone 3830. ROOMS Papered, $1. Hyde, 2119W. Business Location 37 FOR SALE -- Brink mercantile building, excellent location In good northern Iowa town. Write H-8, Globe-Gazette. Salesladies 34 MARK every grave with a monument from Mason City Cut Stone and Mon't Co., 504 N. Monroe 783. Personal NEEDED Immediately, llvewlre saleswoman. Position permanent with well-known growing 1 organization. Chance to qualify lor salaried position. Write V-8, Globe-Gazette. ANY Woman with help of Spencer designers can look like a younger version of herself. Ph. 3856. Lost and Found LOST--On Federal ave. from truck carton of candy. Reward. Ph. 249. ·ft LOST--Brown, and white spotted male Water Spaniel pup nhout 4 month* aid. Disappeared morning' of IVc. 7th. Any one giving information -to Its whereabouts will he rewarded. Phono 3447. LOST--Black- and £o!d crochet hag containing check and currency. Return to Globe-Gazette or N. Geo. Reivanl. J Money to Loan 8 OUR NEW LOAN PLAN !i $50 FOR $5.25 FOR 5 MOS. ' C«art«oaK and cnnfidfntfnl nerylft. Aak »ny .'one of our 1,000 satlflflfd cnfttomtrn. Kx- !'· pericnred Innn counsellor In eharRC. SECURITY LOAN COMPANY | S2I 1st Natl Bit. Bldg. Ph. 412 If this season of the ycnr finds you needing EXTRA MONEY come to ZOt I.O.F. Bldg, and see how well our financial plan fits your . every need. . Cost Is Reasonable HOME LOAN FINANCE CO. Fulton P. Pottir, Mgr. 20+ I.O.F. Bld£. SEEKERS GUIDE GIFTS for HIM PERHAPS he would like to select"j his own gift. Give him a GILDNER GIFT CERTIFICATE . GILDNERS Autos lor Sale 79 FREE CANDY Men's Hosiery Fancy patterns in Quality Silk 25c, others 12c and IQc TRADBHOME SHOE STORE Men's socks 3 pair for $1.00 MILLER-JONES CO. 19 S. Federal Men's felt house slippers, leather trimmed 98c value, 69c SAM RAIZES ZIPPER UNDER ARM BRIEF CASES--All Sizes. Black and Brown KLIPTO LOOSE LEAF COMPANY GIFTS FOR THE CHILDREN Photography's latest creation GOLD-TONE PORTRAITS ChiW photos our specialty Lorraine Studio--210 Weir Bldg. BICiCLES What better gift for your BOY or GIRL for Christmas? MASON CITY SPORTING GOODS BELDINGS 1 CARMELCRISP SHOP 111 E. State. Gum, candy bars, car- melcrisp, taffy apples, magazines, Sunday papers. Skates - Sklis - Sleds - Bicycles Wagons - Guns - Ammunition LINDQTJIST'S 620 S. Federal Phono 831 "WHY NOT A Y. M. C. A. MEMBERSHIP FOR CHRISTMAS?" Contributing--$50.00 and up. Sustaining:--$25.00. Senior--515.00--21 years and up. Regular--$10.00--IS years to 21. High school--55.00 to $7.00. Grade school--53.00. GIFTS FOR THE HOME Christmas DECORATIONS of all kinds. TREES, Evergreen roping, holly, wreaths, etc. Order Early! KEMBLES GREENHOUSE GIFTS for HER LTJCIEN LELONG perfume, cologne, toilet water and compacts. PALAIS ROYAL BEAUTY SHOP. 2nd floor Palais Royal Bldg. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9th COHYELL 70 Candy will l» given Free to every car driving into the following .stations: CORYELL 70 Station No. 1--804 South Federal Ave. CORYELL 70 Station No. 2--1543 North Federal Ave. CORYELL 70 Station--Northwood, Iowa CORYELL 70 Station--Nora Springs, Iowa NOW A new higher Anti-Knock Bronze Gasoline, with amazing power, speitl and smoothness--with MONEY BACK. GUARANTEE--nnd "ALWAYS LESS" Save Your Pennies--They Soon Mean Dollars, RUSSELL STUDIO Phone 2272 J. C. PENNE* BUILDING HAVE HONEY for Christmas 1034 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. ot caah and loans and all obligations by Investors Syndicate. C. N. CHAMBERS, DiatM.gr. GIVE LUXURIOUS comfort! Quilted ROBES, all colors, at $5.90. Luxury for her! At a thrift price for you. J. C. PENNED CO., Inc. Try the New Coal ECONOMY CHUNKS $7.50 W. B. BLOCK COAL CO., Ph. 563 CHRISTMAS AND HOLIDAx WREATHS, PREPARED TREES THE FLOWER SHOP Phone 1360 16 First S. E. THE MASON CTT1 GLOBE-GAZETTE North Iowa's Leading Newspaper Send your friends this newspaper as a Christmas gift. A gift tha* lasts the wboJe year 'round. Jus. tell us to whom it goes and we will do the rest. GLOBE-OAZETTE PH. 3800 Don't be afraid to send china or ·lassware to your oul-of-town friends. WE PACK IT TO SHIP. IOWA TEA CO. 29 E. STATE Specials on ALUMINUM WARE for MOTHER at MASON CITY HARDWARE CO. 'OR SALE--By member, one Clear Lake Country club charter membership stock. Large discount if :okl at once. Ph. 2153SV. IFTS of JEWELRY are always ippreciated and valued. NOW is the oest time to make your selection. W. H. POTTS, Jeweler MONOGRAMED GIFT STATIONERY 51--50 sheets, 25 env. Ph. 871 CENTRAL SHOW PRINTING CO. SKATES to fit any foot or any purse at THE MASON CITY HARDWARE CO. Stop In at the HAWKEYE CLUB today after your shopping, Deli- clous food at popular prices. Gold has over 50% more value now. Your old gold jewelry accepted as cash on any new purchase at BLANCHARDS ASK RAY SENEY FOR REAL SILK HOSIERY see M. R. EVANS T Central Apts. Ph. 1215J Wo have a very largo assortment of ladles' steer hide hand bags al very reasonable prices. HUXTABLE DRUG CO. Swap Service 38 Apartments for Rent 45 SWAP--York B flat cornet for rug 8:3x10:5. Write NN-7, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Clear Lake home for good small car. $500 bal.. pay monthly. Write GG-6, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Well located 7 rm. home for smaller one.. Wuat have you ? Write FF-0, 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. FOB SALE or TRADE--Hampshire boars. Fall and spring boars. Big, strong and thick bodied, sired by sons of Grand Champion. B. C. Ludckc, Klemme, Iowa. Swap Service 38 -*·"··· -·~*~'---,.--.·.-. J ~^ J ^». ,,,., ^.^ Three times or tesa offering a "SWAP" costs nothing. Tho ad must cave a Globe-Gazette "key" number and the adver- j tiser will pay 10 cents for each reply. Replies are to bo called for at tho Wand Ad counter. Regular rates will be charged for every line over 3 lines, besides 10 cents for each answer. Tho Globe-Gazette retains the right to discontinue ad after three daya Trade or Exchange 42 FOR. SALE--'26 Pontiac coach, runs good, S*0. Parlor furnace, like new, $25. Trade for grain or hay. Ph. 2783J. SWAP--8 acres in Bitter Root, Mont., for M. C. property or what have you? KK-8, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--12 bred eweg for 120 bu oats. Write DD-7, Clear Lake Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Aged pure-bred Hampshire stock hog- for another purebred Hampshire hog or a butchering hog. Write LL-8, Globe-Gazette. TO SWAP--Sonora phonograph and library table for chickens or what have you? EE-7, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--'26 Ford truck and 8 h. p. wood saw for later model truck Write YY-6, Globe-Gazette. SVv'AP--Successful incubator for corn or oats. Write TT-7, Globe- Gazette. TO SWAP--Beri, antiques, kitchen chairs for violin or cornet. Write HH-S Globe-Gazette. Rooms tor Rent 44 FOR RENT--Room. Phone 3106. FOR RENT--Good clean sleeping rooms with city heat, reasonable. Ph.1690. 320 S. Del. FOR RENT--3 rooms. Ph.' 1027J. FOR RENT--One furn. light hakg. rm. Heat, light and gaa fum. Sll a month. 1617 N. Wash. Ph. 3549. FOR RENT-- Nice uirn. Ithskgr. rm. Cloae in. Ph. 2867LJ. FOR RENT-- Furn. Ithskg. rm. 16 14th Place tv". W. FOR RENT--Rm. 222 1st N. E. FOR RENT--Well heated rm., close in. $1.50 week. Ph. 2195J. FOR RENT--Light hskg. and slpg. rms. 228 1st S E. Apartments for Rent 45 FOR RENT--4 rm. mod. apt. 388. FOR RENT--Kurn. apt., pri. ent. 22 3 N. W. FOR RF.NT--S and 0 rm. npts., close In, water furn., SB nnd $10 month. Apply H. Anderson, fiOS S. President. FOR RENT--?15, 4 rms., pri. bath rrn. home, garage. See and know It. apt., ready, $2S splendid mod. 5 W. L. Patton, 100 East State. FOR RENT--Furn. apt. 223 5 N. W. FOR RENT--2 room nnd kitchenette apartment, clean nnd warm. 221 North Georgia, FOR RENT--Apt. 14 5 N. E. FOR APTS., turn, or unfum., see J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. FOR RENT--Fur. apt. 712 N. Mad. Houses for Rent 46 FOR RENT--Mod. hse. 632 6th PI. S. E. Ph. 1830. FOR RENT--Small house, elec. lights, 318 Bell St., ,?G mo. Harry Zebker. FOR RENT--4 rm. mod. bung. 2477. FOR RENT--6 rm. house, mod.' except bath. 1520 N. Adams. FOR RENT--7 room house, newly decorated, modern except bath, $16. Phone 398S GEORGE VAN EVERY FOR RENT--1 hse., very nicely arranged for 2 families, close in. Mfcr Wolt. FOR RENT--3 rm. house, ?12. 2076 N. Carolina Ave. FOR RENT--7 rm. house, nearly mod., reos,. 1417 N. Car. 1311J. FOR RENT--3 rm. hse. furn. North part of town. Ph. 301. FOR RENT--~ rm. mod. house. 1711 S. Del. $22.50 per month. Beck Brothers. FOR RENT--8 rm. moa. home. 51G 8 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 51,050. Terms. Gnild, 867. Board and Room 49 FOR RENT--Room and board. 701 North Federal. Farms for Sale 5G FOB SALJE--10 acres of fine land well located In city limits. Large 8 rm. house with furnace and cistern, onipje barn, chicken house, milk house with cooler, also well. Alt bldgs. In good condition and all with lights. All for §3,750. The beat buy In the county wo believe. M. M. Moen Co., 818 South President Avenue. Phone 8S7. FREEMAN KENYON, of Clear Lake, offer the following bargains: Good summer cottage, must be removed from lot, size 18x20 two story. Fine lake shore cottage, with splendid lot, fine shade trees. 80 acres Improved, near Clear Lake, best of Innd, easy terms, possession March 1st. 240 acres well Improved in every way, Jhat owner would exchange for Mason City property, possession March 1st. 100 well Improved near Mesorvey. If In- terrated in any of these, s«e us for the prices are very cheap. Livestock for Sale 52 FOR SALE--Extra good Chester White boars. Reg. and Immune. Priced lor quick sale. F. W. Stover, 6 ml. so. of Ventura. FOB SAI-E--Purebred Iuroc boars. Owen and Rice. 10 ml. northwest of Clear Lake, 4 ml. southwest of Fertile. FOR SALE--?700 buys horses, cattle, hogs, sheep, poultry, feed, equipment, also assigns lease on 80. A. IVeatherby, 814 Division St., Clear Lake. Miscellaneous for Sale 55 1,000 CHRISTMAS TREES 2 foot size, 10 cenls. Any sire, 5 cents per foot. EARL'S FRUIT CO., 1509 S. Federal. Phone 1138. FOR SALE-- Good Winchester air rifle. Write G-7, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--Potatoes 89c, 300 ibs.; large size, $1.05, 100 Ins.; 20c a peck. Apples 88c a bushel, 8 His. 25c. Onions 50e a bushel. Carrots 75c a bushel. Other, vegetables. Earl'g Fruit Co. Phone 1138, 1509 S. Federal. Or Enrl's Wardens, rh. 119, Nora. Springs, In. Open Evenings and Sundays. FOR. SALE--Christ.m.» gifts from 25c to $.. Including npronn from flOc up. Pillow canes, luncheon Beta, dresser sets and scarfn, etc. Phone JG90, Mr». Mae Ford. Miscellaneous for Sale 55 FOR SALE--New doll carriage. Ph. 3167W. 'OR SALE--Round Oak heater size 18. Inq. 1525 S. 'Vlr. Wool, Furs 78 ^ HIGHEST PRICES paid for hides and furs. See us before selling:. Kropmnn Auto Supply Co., 815 S. Adams. rou are invited to see our display of many useful articles at real largains. B. O. Exchange, 1408 ·I. Fed. Ph. 1216. FOR SALE--Console Vlctrola, very good coml., ¥12. Ph. 2G63J. OPERATOR o£ marble games closing out machines at $5. Buy one for the home. Phone 2153W. HEAVY MATS SIZE 18'/,)C:i · 2c EACH These Dry Mats ure excellent for lining garages, chicken houses, coal bins, cellars, cabin walls, weatherboarding, sound proofing or Insulation. Not suited for outside surfacing or drawing use. We have over 000 which may bo bought for only 2 cents each. Call Business Office, Globe-Gazette. GOOD CLEAN COAL Pair prices Just try ono ton ALLISON COAL Phono 431 SCANDIA COAL Is giving- sntisfnctlon. $7 a ton de Hvered. City scale « p clgh(«. Gel what you pay tor and pay for what you get. HOMETOWN Phone 409 42? IT. Monroe NESTOR JOHNSON SHOE SKATES 90.05 Wft HOY* a New Skata (Mnder and Slian Sknto Perfectly for SOo P«r Pair. We Bay and .Sell U»eJ SIcateB. SUllTM and Sledi. Triced (Unlit. LINDQUIST'S C20 South Federal Phone 831 Musical Instruments 58 FARMERS Several good us«d battery radios for sale or trade. NOHTH IOWA RADIO COMPANY Opp. Nehl. I'll. 1070 Offices for Rent 63 FOR RENT--Very desirable office roomn, $7 to $6. See J. B. Youngblood. Phone 36. Wearing Apparel 70 FOR SALE--Nice black georgette dress, size 42, Reas. Ph. 2859. Household Goods 73 FOR SALE--Household goods. 2759. FOIt SAMS Hand made odd pieces furniture. Bi\rgaEn. 50G SIXTH S. W. Poultry and Eggs 74 FOR SALE--Bronze Toms 20-25 lb., 54. Mrs. R. A. Holman, Rockwell. FOR SALE--Pullets. Ph. asrsz. FOR SALK--20 Whiio Rock cockerels from good stock. 15 cents each. Phone Clear Lake 21F12. IIKNS smd springs He. Ducks 12c Dressed whllo you wait, ftlnson City Poultry Store, 510 S. Fed Phone 100-J. Wanted to Buy 75 HIGHEST Casn prices paid for ok gold watch cases, dental scrap Blanchard's Jewelry. WANTF.D--To buy small gas .viove Phone .157. WANT To buy old used vacuum cleaner. Ph. 2473W. WANTED--To Imy letter filing cabinet. Ph. 053. 702 M. B. A.. A. H. Rnncie. WANTKD--To buy good repeating .22 rifle. Write H-T, Globe-Gnzette. CASH Paid for men's used clothing ami shoes. Bring to 337 S. Fed. Autos for Sale 79 USED CARS IB31 Ilodie H .SfJ.in 1932 Rockne (pcrfeeo I9UI Dud** Conpe (llkt new) 1959 l'l)-mouth (clean) 1B2B Oakland conch !S cheap cars at yoor prfe« .1. H. MAJISTON / 3 Blk. E. of Hanford USEDTRUCKS We have several late model used trucks that we have taken In trade on new 1DS4 model Chevrolet trucks. Also several cheaper trucks that you can own at your o\vn price, i '83 Chev. long dual truck 3--'33 Chev. short dual trucks 'S3 Chov. short dual truck '30 Chev. short single truck 2--'29 Chev. short single trucks 2--'30 Ford 1 ton pnnfis 'SI Chev. i/i ton panel '28 Chev. i. ton stake truck Don't full to see the now I03J (Jlii-v- rolet Truck on display Monday . S R Chevrolet Co., Inc. ! MASON CITY, IOWA · As we Jiro drawing ncnr to tho end of tho year, if you lire contemplating on driving your car for the coining season, we will lie glad, 1 give you an estimate on your job. ' In cafto of nu exchange ori u good used cor, wo n!-. ways try nnd have or will get anything thnt might satisfy tho buyer. If you haven't hud n rliln In the New Hupps conic in and have a treat. IUPMOB1LE SALKS , SEUVICH Phone 488 1 Block North and \\ East of Hanford Hotel. H H Highest Value! USED CARS! Lowest Prices! CAK RADIOS, HEATERS or WINTER AC- CESSOHIES are the most practical Christinas gifts. A full lino on dlaplay ut our accessory department. 1929 Ford Tudor. Sco tills cur J93.1 Deluxe Sedan. Low mileage 1932 V-8 Coupo Deluxe 1!)S2 V-8 Coupe 1932 V-8 Coach. Extra low mileage 11)31 Ford Coupe. Extra clean 1!30 Ford Coupo. Triced to sell Ford Tudor. Good paint job Fords--AH aioflols--Priced to Sell Wagner Compamy F O R D 111 1st S. B. S A L K S Opp. Old P. O Auto Trucks 81 FOR SALE--International 1 to. truck. In g-ood running cond. ?S5 International Motor Trucks. Ph. 20 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OP* PROBATE OF OF IOWA. Cerro Oordo County. n% In District Court. No. 4451. October Term, 1933. *o All Whom It May Concern: i*ou arc hereby notified, IU.it an i:mru lent. In writing purporting to be t h e la'it ' V l l t and Testament of Anna 1C. M o l t , rte- cased. dated Fcbrunry 25. 103J. ImvUitf con this tiay filed, opened and rer.tl, Wc-Je a d n y . the 27th day of N o v e m b e r . aor.C. i" 1j«d for hearing proof of SEVTIIC nt "th* 'ourt House In Mason City, Iowa, l i c f t i r n he District. Coutr ot u n l d County or ;h« :ierk of FnlA Court: r.nd. at 2 o'clock \v m f the day above mentioned, nil pors'ins hi- ercatcil are hereby notified and required o appear, and show cuiiae, 1C any they have. vhy prxlrt instrument shouM not. be ;iroim1cl nil allowed nn and for tlic last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Mason City, lo^vn., November -?. 1033. fl. IT. MacPKAK. Clerk of District C o u r t . By MARGARET 1UU5Y. Deputy. 10 ,00 OFF CAR BLUE JACKET GOOD KT, LUMP :. C O N S O L I D A T E D COAL CO. PHONE IlTfi AUCTION SALE DECEMBER 14, 1933 At the Lund Sales Stables ON NO. 18--EAST SIDE OF CITY We have a lar^o list of livestock for this sale nnd plenty of c:is)i buyers. We have sold 709 head of livestock ixt tho first three sul-ds. Thcso gules will bo held every Thursday. I^Bt your storlc curly so we can get word to our buyers. We Invite you to «lt-n(l. MJNCH ON GROUNDS TERMS CASH E* A. LUND, Proprietor ,STABl,F,S7(58 KESIDENOE S83fl ORA HAYLESS, Auct.--3682 Closing Out Sa I will hold a Closing Out Sale on the Old Britt farm, 6 miles south of Mason City on highway number f5; 6 miles north of Rockwell, on Monday, Dec. 18 STARTING AT 12:30 SHARP 4 HEAVY WORK HORSES Consisting of a. span of hlack geldings, 1 bay mare, 1 brown mare. 13 HEAD OF CATTLJi C milch cows, 1 fresh, others to freshen soon; 1 heifer, coming 3 yrs.; 2 heifers, 2 yrs. old; 3 calves; 1 full hlooded Shorthorn hull. 35 -- HEAD OF HOGS -- 35 30 sprinj? Hampshire shoats; 3 sows with pigs at side; J to farrow soon; I full blooded Hampshire hoar. KAR.M MACIHNKRY, KTC.--No. S 5McCornilck-I)(:f-ri,i K corn picker; endgato. seeder; S-ft. disc; Fnrd.son tractor, pious, burrow, gang plow.; Hayes corn planter; Snttley oorn planter with drill; 2 single row cultivators; ]my loader; hay rnke; 5-fr. mower; miinn/v spreader; steel wheel wagon, box; high who-el wngon, bo.v; lank beater; bob sled; bay ruck: li:ty rope; water pipe: :i sets of hrtvch- liig harness; 1 slack of Hmothy b:iy; some clover and soyheim buy in bam; corn fodder In field; some white ami yellow sfp'l corn, n n d ' o t h e r articles. MODEL T FORD'COC'J'K. No property removed u n t i l settled for. TERMS--Cash or make arrangements with your banker. L. A. Clapper, Owne* ORA 7JAYLESS. A u c t i o n e e r K. F. NEU, Clerk

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