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Mason City, Iowa
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FEBRUARY 7 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE .But s It Say V GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT AD RATES. Fifteen cents a line first Insertion. Ten cents a line for each con- _aecutlve subsequent insertion. (Count five average words to the line.) Seven insertions are given for the price of six. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ADVERTISING. 70c per column Inch each Insertion, . A discount of 15 per cent will ;be allowed on all classified advertisements paid for at the time of insertion or not later than 24 hours thereafter. ..." Answers to blind advertise- ·ments must be addressed to the letter stated in the ad, care of the Globe-Gazette. Under no circumstances will the Globe-Gazette reveal the name of those inserting ''blind" advertisements. Personals "T^^DHAB Practical Psychologist, will answer five questions by mail for one dollar. Write Charlotte Smith, 3521 Third u Ave., Council Bluffs, Iowa. MATERNITY HOSPITAL For un. fortunate girls; secluded, private, rates reasonable. For information write Fairmont hospital, -1911 East 27th, Kansas City, Mo. Help Wanted, Male-- WANTED--Boys to carry paper routes in city. See Mr. Hillstrom at GJobe-Gazette. .' FOR MEN--Light inside local metal work. No experience. Self-addressed envelope for application. Penn Metal Co., 5511 Euclid, Cleveland, Ohio. Help Wanted, Female-- WANTED--Housekeeper, 25 to 30 years old. Call Carl Mishak. Cerro Gordo hotel. Salesmen Wanted- WANTED--Young men 18 to 21 for saleswork to travel with manager, about $25 per week. Call at 202 M B. A. Bldg. WE WANT to place capable salesmen in business, operating established, complete Candy and Nut departments, all places of business, your locality; finest rnerchandise. well known factory; large earnings. Write Division Manager, Box 297, Des Moines, Iowa. SALESMEN who can produce are wanted to sell our steel gates and other lines in Iowa, . Illinois and Wisconsin. Rolfe Iron Company, Mason City, Iowa. GOING TO LOS ANGELES, CAL., j FED 15 Room for one passenger. Write X-G, GLOBE-GAZETTE PLAY GOLF AT "THE J1GGS" 18 holes. Cash prize given to low score for men and women. Trice, day or night, 15c. Children lOc. Lost and Found- LOST Arm clui'v between Mason City and Hock Cri.' Creamery. Notify H. K. NELSON, Osagc, Route 2 Moneyto Loan-- -- on -- DIAMONDS-FURNITURE-AUTOS-SALARY No Publicity No Delays 1 to 20 Months to Repay SECURITY LOAN CO. S21 1st Natl. Bk. Phone 412 1 OANS Household j 1 AND a^ PptoS30 ° I Automobiles BEPAF tT I TO 20 MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS , G. L. PINE LOAN CO. 204-5-6 Weir Bldg. State St. Fed. Ave. Phone 224 N E Y F O H A L L P U R P O S E S Loaned on your Auto, Furniture or Other Security. Cars refinanced on smaller payments. HOME LOAN FINANCE CO. 2nd Floor M. B. A. Bldg. Phono 727 Situations Wanted- -- ARE YOU MAKING SAT- ISFACTORY PROGRESS In Your Present Work? Do You Like It? Is It Worth While? Do You Get Proper Training? Do You Get Practical Assistance and Co-Operation ? Arc Mature Years an Advantage ? Is Your Income Permanent? DOES IT PAY' WELL? If not you owe it to yourself to investigate an unusual opportunity now offered to the right man at iMason City. For detailed information call at Hanford Hotel Friday, Feb. 13, 1931, or write Le Roy Anderson 811 Blackhawk Bldg. Waterloo Iowa For Rent, Rooms- .Bye or V FOR RENT--2 mod. furn. light hsk. rms. No children. 604 4 N. E. FOR RENT--Furn. light hskg. rms 206th S. W. Ph. 3345J. FOR RENT--3 light housekeeping rms. 915 N. Fed. FOR RENT--2 well furnished light hskg. rms. 920 N. Adams. FOR RENT--Sleeping room, furn., for 2. 120 1st N. W. Ph. 659J. . FOR RENT--Bedrm. 224 W. State. FOR RENT--Furn. room for girls. Home privileges. Ph. 2530. FOR RENT--Furn. room. Gentleman pref. Ph. 2002. 230 3 NE. FOR RENT--2 or 3 mod. hskpg. rms with kitchenet, everything furn. 128 Ninth St. S. W. FOR RENT--Sleeping rooms. Second floor Washington Apartments. FOR RENT--3 furrf. hskpg. rooms. 515 4th N. E. Ph. 2974J. FOR RENT--Well furnished clean housekeeping room; 2 baths, Ph 2440-W. 30 Second St. N. W. FOR RENT--2 light hskpg. rooms. 22 N. Adams. FOR RENT--Furnished room over private garage. Reasonable. 304 1st S. E. FOR RENT--Slpg. rm., hot water | heat, 1st fir., outside ent., priv. I lavatory, reasonably priced. Phone 2974J. 331 N. Georgia. FOR RENT--Furn. front»hskpg. or slpg. rooms. Ask Mrs. Harris. For Rent, Apartments FOR RENT--Mod. heated 4 rm. du- P'PX apt. and garage. 2113J. FOR RENT--3 rm. mod. apt. Ph 2329J. 11G 7th N. E. FOR RENT--4 rm. modern apt. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. FOR RENT--4 and 0 rm. furn. opts, in Marvyl apts. Ph. 2051. FOR RENT--Mod. apt., 3 rms. and bath, 2 Murphy beds. Call 210. FOR RENT--Heated apt Ph. 2877. FOR RENT--Mod. 2 rm. furn. apt. for light hskg. Prefer employed couple. 414 N. Georgia. Ph. 886J. FOB RENT 1, 2 and 3 rm. furn. hskpg. apts. strictly mod., private lavatory. Reasonable. Phone 2020W FOR RENT--Furn. 2 rm. apt. with bath. Century Annex, Apt. 5. No phone calls. FOR RENT--4 rm. apt. with bath, heat and water furnished; heated garage. Inquire 19 Ninth St.- N. E. FOR RENT--2 room furnished apt. Phone 3907. FOR RENT--Well furnished apt. wl.h private bath. 10 Ninth 'St. N. E. FOR RENT Close en and very pleasant 2-room apt. and bath. Furniture for sale to renter at big savings. HOLT'S CAFETERIA 25 First St. Southeast Trade or Exchange--, NICE LARGE ROOM (Suitable for two) and board. Close in. 215 N. Wash. PH. 3874J FOR RENT--3 furn. light hskg. rms. 155 14.N. W. Ph. 1118W. FOR RENT--Two furn. It. hskpg. rooms, heat, light, water. Downstairs, close in. Prefer working couple. 408 1st S. W. FOR RENT--Twiii bedrm. 1470W. WANTED--TRAVELING SALESMAN--Large Ohio manufacturer, established 12 yeurs. A-l rating. National advertiser. Products sold direct to Factories, Garages, Warehouses, Schools, Theaters, Stores, Hotels, Farms, Large Estates. Has position open for man who can handle entire county. Opportunity for earnings ranging from $15.00 to $100.00 per week and . upward. Honesty, reliability and willingness to work more essential than high power salesmanship. A lifetime job for man who can qualify. Will send you names of men now earning np to ?G,000, -?8,000, $10,000 to $15.000 a year. Give us complete information in first letter. Address President, Box 083, Dayton, Ohio. Agents-- BIG PAY the Packard way showing America's tailored Short, Neckwear, Underwear line. Write today for new free spring samples. Packard Shirt Mfg. Co., 312W Erie St., Chicago, 111. MARRIED any kind. 910 V- N. Del. EXP. Girl wants, general hswk. Ph. 3123J. WOMAN wants hour work. Ph 3906. ·WANTED -- Housekeeping by woman, small wages. Ph. 3-138W. Services Offered -- stock Furn. Co.. Phone 2708. Paper'g., painl'g. Stewart. 2835W. REMOVING a n j trimming trees, repairing and clean, cisterns. 3549. RUG weaving, sewing rags and coloring, to shade with bathrooms, bedrooms and kitchens. Prices reasonable. Mrs. Larson. 1705 N. Fed. i Poultry and Eggs-- j IF YOU WANT a wonderful oppor- ' tunity to make $15 profit a day and get a new Ford Sedan besides, send me your name immediately. No experience necessary. Particulars free. ALBERT MILLS, Monmouth. Cincinnati, Ohio. STRANGE IRONING CORD--Prevents scorching. Saves electricity. Abolishes kinks, snarls. Approved by Good Housekeeping. For telephones also. 200% profit. Samples furnished. Neverknot, 4503 Ravenswood, Chicago. WANTED . One man in community to operate a Portable Hammer Mi. Wonderful chance to make money. Sold at a right price on easy terms in responsible parties. Make a paying business for yourself. Mill mounted on your truck ready to grind. Crop -imlifioTis favorable for big enrn- '···rs. Write D. Dwyr.-. 128 Seventh Ave. S. E.. Oelivplii. Imvn. FOR RENT--2 furn. rms. Ph. 1027J. FOR RENT--Furn. light hskg. rms. Heat, light and gas furn. 20 4 NW. Phone 1460J. FOR RENT--2 or 3 furn. hskg. rms. with private bath, private entrance, garage, 1st floor. 226 7th N E. Ph. 1997. FOR RENT--2 furn. light hskg rooms. Ph. 2917J. FOR RENT--3 furnished rooms for light hskg. Heat, lights, water furnished. No children. 418 So. Ave. Phone 2215J. " " FOR RENT--2 furnished hskg. rooms, private entrance. Heat, light, water and gas furnished. 103 8th S. W. Phone 1983J. FOR RENT--Slpg. rms. Ph. 3345W. FOR RENT--Desirable furn. room with kitchenette. 130 5th N. E. Educational Opportunities MAIL CLERKS--Carriers. $1700 to $2300 year. Men 18-45. Steady work. Common education sufficient. Paid vacation. Sample examination coaching and full particulars free, Apply today sure. Write Y-4, Globe- Gazette. For Sale, Farms-- FOR SALE--197 acres, good buildings, Butler county. Price ijiST..^ per acre, easy terms. 175 acres improved Ccrro Gordo farm, $55 per acre; $3,000 ivill handle. KiSHitr Land Co. Phone 827. Business Opportunities-- FOR RENT--Restaurant. Ph. 2118. GO INTO BUSINESS Make Big Money. We sturt you, furnishing everything. Experience unnecessary. FEDERAL PURE FOOD CO. 2301 Archer, Chicago. CHICKS--Best egg strain. Records up to 342 eggs yearly. Guaranteed to live and outlay other strains. 12 varieties. 7c up postpaid. Free catalog. Booth Farms, Box 646, Clinton, Mo. BABY CHICKS AND CUSTOM HATCHING We. arc, now booking orders for March delivery and on. Place your j order with us and get a superior chick. We .specialize in custom hatching at bed rock price. All , orders will receive persona! attpn- i ti.on. Price list on request. BALLUFF THORPE. Clarion, In. AMBITIOUS MEN WANTED _ Turkeys and geese, breeding stock. R. H. Holt, Clear Lake, R. F. D. 3. Phone 408-W. For Rent, Farms- A PLEASANT home for married couple to raise poultry on shares Man to help on farm when needed. Write Globe-Gazette Y-7. Farm Machinery-- FOR SALK Aj-2-3 Plow Tractor. Will lake some livestock in trade and good terms on bal:mc:e. ' Write D-7, GLOBE-GAZETTE Will place two, one to work outside of Mason City and one in fown. The men we select must give their entire time to the work interviewing automobile owners on a proposition that interests a very large per cent. The. possible earning is from $G to -51(1 per day. Must be financially responsible to some extent and own a closed car. For interview call after 5:30 p. ni. Saturday or after 10 a. in. Sunday. C. J. KEEFE CERRO GORDO HOTEL Wearing Apparel-- See roe for your next SUIT or TOPCOAT. Richman Bros, salesman Ifi years in this territory. A. D. Underwood. 416 N. Penn., Mason City, Iowa. I'LL PUT YOU in your own paint and roofing business and give you opportunity to earn $20 to S60 daily. I furnish unlimited capital, extend easy credit to your customers; furnish free samples; pay your profits in advance. I back you with million-dollar factory stock. Highest quality, lowest prices. Money-back guarantee clinches sales. Write or wire Jerry Lowell, Madison Paints Dept. H-6-A, Cleveland, Ohio. EDUCATIONAL institution of 25 years' standing desires to increase its real estate foundation thru the acquisition of income property in exchange for annuity contracts; liberal terms on good clear property in city or country; unquestioned security. Write Z-30. Globe-Gazette. For Sale, Livestock-- 13 EXTRA good Duroc brood sows, $25 each. Three miles northwest of Klemme. C. V. Marshall, Postoffice--Garner, lown. FOR SALE -- One red Shorthorn bull 2 yrs. old/ Sam Pedelty. DDROC SOWS AT PRIVATE SALE Bred to farrow in early March and April. Spring gilts weighing up to 400 Ibs., a few fall gilts. These sows are in perfect breeding condition. Special attention will bo given to club boys or girls in making good selection, If selection is made soon. Also a few Guernsey bulls serviceable age. Come and look them over. Our prices are right. LEWIS HORVE1 Lake Mills Iowa Musical Instruments- FOR SALE 1 Gold plated Do Luxe Model A B C King trumpet one year old. Cost new $I(T5. $100 takes it. ELMER ANDERSON Bx - 205 Dumont, Iowa Wanted to Buy-- WANTED--To purchase home in Forest Park. Write T-5, Globe- Gazette. WANTED TO BUY A lot for cash. Must he located in west or northwest part of city. Ph. 2071W. Harry Mark, 28 S. Monroe. For Sale or Trade-- For Sale or Rent- FOR SALE OR RENT--5 rm. mod.; bungalow. 1211 N. Adams. FOR RENT OR SALE New up to date 6-room modern bungalow, year round, fireplace, electric range, garage, on lake shore. Fine beach, boat and dock, close in. Kent 545. For Rent Outstanding location, fine tea room, across No. 18 from Peterson's bath house, east. PHONE 404 C. S. Collins Clear Lake, Iowa For Rent, Garages-- GARAGE For rent. Ph. 123S. Household Goods- FOR SALE--Gas stove. Ph. 867. WANTED TO BUY--Heavy, collapsible, baby buggy. Ph. 3351. SELLING--Furniture, nigs, draperies, gas stove, washing machine, good condition. Reasonable if taken at once. Phone 2870. FOR SALE--Light oak library table in good condition. 302 Ninth S. E. For Rent, Houses-- 4-RHI. HOUSE on 21st S. E., partly modern, lias garage, $25. W. L. PATTON, No. side M. B. A. FOR RENT 5-rnom house, ready now, 515. W. L. PATTON North side M. B. A. Do you- want to rent, buy or sell a home. Call W. H. Briar. Ph. 3414. FOR RENT--Nice 5 room home In good residence district. Reference wanted. Phone 2S95. I'LL SELL OR TRADE my $150 saxophone. If bought $75 If trade, I'll take a car. LAMBERT FRERICHS ,,, ^, _ _ L Box 313 Biiffc-' Winter, Iowa By--Margaret Riley, Deputy. USED CAR Late Star Coach, runs fine . .. .§125 Clean Oakland Coach, A-l 5195 Fine Pontiac Coach, a snap . .$185 Late Essex Coach, new tires . .5135 Slick Pontiac Coupe, cheap .. .$1G5 Good Essex Coach, a steal $ 85 Dandy Dodge Coupe, see it . . . .5 65 RAILROAD BRIEFS Due to our exceptionally fine new car business we have a fine selection of used cars to choose from in late models and standard makes at prices that are right. See us tonight, buy while the price is low. Ottklund.I'ontJac Motor Cnrs Snlcs nnrt ·Service 35-27 Sna SU. S. K. I.), nno I B O , Open Evenlnga anil .Siuidny, Legal Notices NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTORS STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, s s No. 4038 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned have been duly appointed and qualified as Executors of the estate of James Dillon, deceased, late of Cerro Gordo County. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them duly authenticated to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court. MARY DILLON DEYOE and W. B. CASEY. Dated January 27, 1931. Fitzpatrick and Barlow, Attorneys. S. H. MacPeak, Clerk District Court FOR SALE OR TRADE EXCEPT FOR PROPERTY Equity on 5-rm. house in N. E. part of city. Prefer car. Write K-6, GLOBE-GAZETTE FOR SALE OR TRADE for cheaper car, 19SO JFord A tudor, like new; 1937 Chevrolet coupe. Terms if needed. Phone 2918-W. For Sale, Miscellaneous- LOVELY SOFT WATER AGAIN from your old, discarded softener for only a few dollars. Anywhere. CHARLES C. WILLEY FOR SALE--HAY 4i/j miles south, 1. mile east: of Ventura. B. C. STEPHENSON I NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. No. 4055 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as Administrator of the estate of Eunice E. Sherman, deceased, late of Cerro Gordo County. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them duly authenticated to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court. S. A. BROSE. Dated February 5, 1931. Remley J. Glass, Attorney. S. H. MacPeak, Clerk District Court By--Margaret Riley, Deputy. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE FOR SALE--HAY. Ph. 1435W. FOR SALE -- Victor Orthophonic with records. Ph. 2785-W. S17 North Harrison. Wanted to Borrow-- WANTED--To borrow. Responsible Mason City businessman'desires $2,000 on high class security. Commercial interest and monthly payments if desired. Address S-5, Globe- Gazette. Auto Accessories-- FOR RENT--4 rm. house, garage, good garden; cheap. Inquire forenoons, 601 Third St. N. E. FOR RENT--Hse, garage. Ph. 867. FOR RENT--Strictly mod. 8 rm. house. Newly finished inside. Suitable for 2 families. Ph. 3351 or 626. For Sale--Real Estate-- WILL FINANCE married man 2560, good appearance, fair education, in a paying business of his own. Profits not large to start with but will increase as you learn the business. Must furnish A-l references and have car for delivery. Make application in own handwriting to McConnon Company, Dept. C-1065, Winona, Minn. CHANCE OF LIFETIME--Reliable ambitious man to establish local business. We finance you. Experience unnecessary. Make 58.00$12.00 day. Full or part time. McNess Co., Div. D-506, Freeport, 111. Wanted To Rent-- WANTED TO RENT One-quarter section, shares. Write Z-5, GLOBE-GAZETTE WANTED TO RENT-An acreage near Mason City. Write T-7 Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE 5-room summer cottage, modern except bath. In good repair, furnished. Can be made year round home. Little expense. Price $850. ·150 cash down. Balance terms. For Sale--Look at This 5 splendid north shore lots, together. Beautiful place for home. PHONE 464 C. S. Collins Clear Lake, Iowa PRICED TO SELL Lot 4, lilk. 13, Francisco 2nd addition, Mason City. Make mo an offer. Special price for cash. Mrs. Maude Wilson, Salt Lake City. Care of Wilson Hotel. FOR SALE--Modern house in good repair. Priced to sell. Write Z-7. Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--Mod. 5 rm. bungalow in Grandview at the right price and favoraWe terms. Ph. 3414. W H. Briar. FOR SALE Seven-room house, barn, garnge and chicken house, one acre land, two blocks from high school, priced to sell. ·T.'F. PALMETER Clear Lake [ owa SPECIAL 188 I'rrtnf rirmilurril Alcohol -l)c per riiinrt 7flr per £ul]oi\ Skid Chains ·in-4.40 to :m-5 si.2.1 riirii CroisR nmlns Hr. cadi Batteries Charged flOc Repaired SI.SO UI oUAn.vrvTi:Ki USKD IIATTKHITCS ss.oo ur We [ire. equipped to ftnndln nil Auto Electric Work ronu A N D CHEW OKNKII.VTORS AM) STARTERS EXCIIANGK 52.511 Ur Seo UH hcfnra you ntirnd SI2 or 515 on a generator We know n lot t( tricks to nmlic cars start ,LINDQUIST'S INDIAN MOTORCYCLE SHOP 620 S. Federal Ave. Phone 831 NEW AND USED CAR SALES SINCE JAN. 1 All bonafide orders, we don't junk old models and count them a-s sales to build our sales record. Most of our used cars carry 1031 license. OVER 68% of new cars registered last week were Fords. We continue with "A GUARANTEE THAT IS MORE THAN CONVERSATION" Ask One of Our Customers. 35 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM AJi Makes All Models Fair Prices. See Us. SAVE S$$ Let us tell you how we were able to outsell all dealers last year in total number of units. SEE OUR CARS If you don't agree they are in the best condition and the fairest priced you will not bo a.skcd to buy. TERMS AS LOW AS $3.00 PER WEEK FOR SALE Lots 5 and 8, Block 21, South Mason City on Federal Ave. Well located, close in. Inquire of G. E. WAGNER Tinton FORD and LINCOLN Used Car Salesroom 2 Doors West of Globe-Gazette THE BUSIEST CORNER IN TOWN STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. To William Sanders, and To Whom It May Concern: You arc hereby notified that by virtue of a special execution, to me directed, and issued out of the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the State of Iowa, within and for Cerro Gordo County, upon a judgment rendered in said Court in favor of Maria Peterson and against William Sanders, for the sum of Forty- two hundred forty and 12-100 Dollars debt and Ninety-eight and 30100 Dollars costs, I have levied upon the following described real estate, to-wit: East 60 feet of Lots 2 and S in Block 2 in River Heights, an addition to Mason City, loivn, and that on Uic 7th day of March, 1031, at 2 o'clock p. m., at the front door of the Court House In Mason City, Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, I will proceed to sell the same in .satisfaction of said execution, together with all legal costs accruing. Dated at the Sheriff's office !n Mason City, Iowa, this 3rd day of February, 1931. G. E. CRESS, Sheriff of Ccrro Gordo County, Iowa By Elsie, Ramsey, Deputy Sheriff. W. A. Westfall, Attorney. Sheffield Man Wins Hog Yield Judging AMES, Feb. 7.--Wilbur Plager, Grundy Center, won first honors in the livestock judging contest held at Iowa State college Friday in connection with Farm and Home week with a score of 915 per cent out of a possible 1,000. Approximately 100 men took part In the contests altho only 65 judged all classes. Winners of the various classes follow: Beef cattle, L. W. Millet, Ames; hogs, Robert Nicholas, Lawton; sheep, R. C. Frink, Malvern; horses, H. G. Grabau, Ames; dairy cattle, Palmer Teig, Roland; judging carcass cut-out yield of hogs, Walter Van Nest, Sheffield. Waverly Civil War Veteran Is Buried WAVERLY, Feb. 7.--Funeral services for J. H. Epley, 85, Civil war veteran, were held Friday afternoon at the .Evangelical church. Mr. Epley had been ill several months before his death Wednesday. Born in Pennsylvania in 1844, he served in an Illinois regiment in the Civil v.-ar and came to Butler county in 1869, residing there until he moved to Waverly in 1004. He is survived by a sister and by six children. But the flyera who do most to "advance the cause of aviation" arc the ones who never make headlines.--Fountain Inn Tribune. Chicago Northwestern, Road Fireman of Engines W. C. Efcamp, Eagle Grove, was in Mason City Monday. O. J. Rusy, Eagle Grove, traveling auditor, was here on business Monday. M. J. Golden, divisional freight and passenger agent, transacted bus- inesa here last week. Chicago Great Western. George E. Rowse, ticket clerk, was called to Aurora by the serious illness of his father this week. Mrs. Rowse and their family accompanied bun. Arthur M. Nolan, Chicago, traveling passenger agent of the Grand Trunk railroad system of the Canadian National system, was in Mason City Wednesday^ Rock Island Lines. . Robert Fox, yard clerk at Cedar Rapids, was here on business Tuesday. ,' Marguarete Carroll, of the freight office at Cedar Rapids, visited here over the week-end with Pauline Hurley. C. C. Kinner, car foreman, and Miss Kay Sullivan, Worchester Mass., were married here Monday! They, will make their home in Mason City. A. D. Tilton, freight house foreman, was confined to his home several days this week because of illness. G. H. Knouf, special fruit inspector for the Western Weight and Inspection bureau, Cedar Rapids, was here on business Wednesday. Special round trip rates, averaging less than 2 cents a mile, aro on sale certain dates between Mason Cily and various important points. H. G. Bock, Omaha, P. J. Murphy, Des Moines, general agent and traveling freight and passenger agent, respectively for Denver and Rio Grand Western railway, transacted business Jan. 28. J. L. Knapp, St. Louis, Mo., freight traffic agent for the N. c and St. I. railroad, called on tho traffic department Jan. 30. C. B. Stevens, Des Moines, traveling passenger agent for the A T and S. F., transacted business with the traffic department on Jan. 29 Minneapolis and St. Louis. F. O. Coleman, Oskaloosa, superintendent, was here Wednesday night. J S. .1. Johnson, supervisor of bridges and buildings, Oskaloosa was in Mason City Thursday on business. . P. A. Kelley, freight claim adjustor, Minneapolis, was here on business Thursday. D H. Hutchinson, assistant general freight agent of the B. and E Indianapolis, and George Byrne divisional freight agent, Peona^ of T'U ^i" ana E " callcd in Mason Cit -y Mflwnulicn News. ,,*?" f ·,, Brtnckctt ' traveling account ant left today, after spending a couple of days at tho local offices Division Engineer Bost Cliie Carpenter Lawrence and Roadmas ter Bahr left today for Calmat- Division Storekeeper J c Har ' ' HAWKEYE CLUB HOLDS MEETING 125 Attend Program and Dance; Rev. Milne Gives Talk. About 125 persons attended a meeting of the Hawkeye club, a group of Chicago Northwestern employes, at the Peoples' Gas and Electric company auditorium Friday evening. A talk was given oy the Rev. W. B. Milne, Clear Lake. O. J. King, Clear Lake, snug two gongs. Ho vraa accompanied by Miss Marlys Taylor. Mrs. V. H. Dillaber gave a reading. A violin solo was given by Wesley Hickling accompanied by Mrs. V. H. Dillabor, and Orris Herfindahl gave a clarinet solo accompanied by Miss Dorothy Bamber. v Following the program the Chicago Northwestern Women's club revcd lunch. The remainder of the ivcning was spent socially with dancing- and other entertainment. iLLUSE VALENTINE IDEA B. 0. Roderick Is General Chairman; Party to Be Monday. Tiic Valentine idea will be carried out in all the details of lighting and" decorating which arc unusually elaborate, according to those in charge of the People's Gas and Electric Employes club Valentino dance to be held at the armory Monday night. Music will he furnished by Lolyd Wells and his orchestra. The group played for the Junior Chamber of Commerce high school football dance. . B. O. Roderick is general chair- nan of the dance. Harold Lagasse is chairman of the committee in charge o£ the hall, music and Lickcts. He is assisted by Mary Siesseger, Frank Ward, Catherine, Meade, Hugh Sweeney, Jim Hender- ion and Leslie Toole. M. A. Harpster is chairman of the decoration committee. He is assisted by J. R. Hughes and Alma Thompson. H. D. Makeover is chairman or e publicity committee. Other members are Lloyd Bergln and Jack Alcorn. Instrumentmen Ralph Boycr and L. D. Deaomery are workin"- at Mitchell this week. " o r K i n = at President Might Have Been Born in Cameron IOWA CITY, Feb. T.-Caraoron might have been the birthplace n£ Herbert Hoover but that village was abandoned, after having been platted in 1869. The old village of Cameron has been forgotten but Us original site is now a part of West Branch, which has distinction as Hie birthplace of the president. Many other towns of Iowa which have been abandoned arc listed in the "Annals of Iowa," a historical publication. Tolljis Aro ItencuUi Snow NASHUA. Feb. 7--Tulips which have been peeping up out of the ground at the Charles Winter home the past week were covered with a. blanket of snow Friday. The plants had not been covered up in the fall and the warm day.s lately brot them out of the ground. Caissons Are Swung Into Place for New ' Bridge at Marquette MARQUETTE, Feb. 7.--Massive steel caissons have been swung by derricks into place on the Mississippi bridge being built, between here and Prairie du Chien, Wis., line! are being sunk to bed rock level. They will then be filled with reinforced concrete to form bases for concrete and steel towers to be creeled on the edge of the river. These will be 90 fact in the air. Crews on the island have been rushing work for a railroad spur which will carry practically all steel to the island, which will serve as a supply center. All wire is here for the .stub cables, which will be seven nches in diameter and will contain 1,360 separate strands of wire. Snow Measures Four Inches in Mason City Snow which fell in Mason City Friday measured four inches ami imounted to .17 of an inch precipi- .alton. The snow was blown nto drifts somewhat in the country hut few of the drifts were large enough to form a serious handicap to traffic. Mason City's sidewalk!! were largely cleaned of the snow by Saturday morning. City forces were out Saturday morning sanding the corners on the main streels. Having decided not la work rented lanil, I will sell at public auction «t my place, cast of Clear Lake Cemetery, OH Tuesday, Feb. SO, a931 Commencing at 1:30 P. M. Sharp, the Following Described Property 26 HEAD OF CATTLE 26 Two Milch Cows; 12 two-year-old Heifers; 11 Yearling Heifers; 1 Yearling Bull. 4 Good Brood Sows - - - - 13 Fall Pigs About 24 Black Giant Chickens; about 8 Tons Mixed Hay; about 40 Bushels Good Yellow Seed Corn; some Farm Machinery and other Articles; some Canned Fruit. A NUMBER OF GOOD WORK HORSES. ALL KINDS OF FARM MACHINERY. TERMS OF SA1.K--MAKE ARRANGEMENTS WITH CLERK KNOWN AS FRANK BATES OKA BAYLKS.S, Auctioneer C. C. PALMKTKR, Clerk

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