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DECEMBER 11 1933 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FIFTEEN Be a Daily Reader of the "Gift Seekers Guide"--A Time and Money Saver Classified Rates Fifteen cents a Line tint insertion, . Ten cents Une cor each conaecutlv* Bub* atquent Insertion. (Count five average words to the (foe.) Seven insertion* are given for th prlct Of BlZ. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ADVERTISING 70 cents put column loch eacti insertion A discount of 15 per cent will be allowed on ail claasifted advertisements paid foe at tha time of Insertion or not liter than days thereafter. All out-of-town adB arc payable ID advance. All refunds on Want Ads must be called for within 30 days ot Ibo cancellation date of tha order. Answer to "fcllnd" advertisements must bo addressed to the letter stated In the ad, care ot -the GJobe-Uaielte. Under no circumstances will tha Globe-Gazette reveal the Tiama of tho« Inserting "blind" aUverLlse- CQ en is. Minimum ehiursft for smgla advertisement, 35 cents. PHONE 3800 between A , m. and B p. m. and aik for ths Ad Tower. Index to Classified Aptp. for Rent - . 45 Amusement* .... 7 Auto Accessories 82 Autos (or Salt Auto Trucks .... Auto Repairing .. Beauty Parlors .. Board, Roam. ... Bids- Materials .. .Business L o c u - tion Business Opportunities C a f e s . Restaurants .. Card of Thanks Chiropodist* Chiropractors ... Cleanera, Dyers 18 Cottages ...., .. .A4« Deaili Notices ... 1 Dogs, Birds, "ets 03 Educational Opportunities .... 40 Electrical Service 61 Employment Ber- vicB A30 Farms for Sale ,, M Farma for Rent .ASO jTarnj Uachinery 51 FJOrists FuueraJ Directors Kurs Gar*go for R£t (or Gal« Garage Gifts ........... Help W a n t e d With inv ..... tlclj] W a n t e d , Fsmale ....... Help W a n t e d , Male ......... Help W a n t e d , Male, Female. .ASG Elides, Wool. Purs 78 KouflCtlQld Goods 73 Houses for Sals 47 Houses ror Rent 46 32 Insurance ...**.. 11 Investment ..... 10 in Memorlana ,,A 2 Job Printing · · · 20 Laundries 21 Livestock tor EaJe b'2 Location Wanted BS Lost and Found Lots for Sale .. * Machinery , Milk Misc. for Bale ., Misc. Tor Hent .. Money to Loan Mortgages Monument* A 4 Moving, Storage 23 Musical instr. ... F.R Nursery stock ... 57 Offices for Kent Office Equips - - . Osteopaths Painting, Decor, Personals ....... Photographers .,. Plumbing, Htg... Poultry, ESKS .. Radio Supplies .. Real EstatB Wtd. Rooms for Rent Sale or Trnile ,.,A33 Sata or Rent ...,A4T Salesladies 34 Salesmen 3S Seeds, Feeds .... 2* Serv. Offered ...A33 Situation Wtd. ., aa Stationery 71 Stocks 72 Summer Cottages 07 Swap Service ... S3 Travel Bureau ..A B Tradt or Eicch. .. 42 Upholstering .... 39 Wtd. to Borrow 77 Wtd. to Buy .... 75 Wtd., MIsc .Alii IV W. to Rent ... 70 Wearing Apparel 70 Death Notices 1 MOORE, James Milton, 45, Portland township, farmer, died Saturday night following a lingering; illness. Funeral services were held Monday; at the Portland Comraxm- ··"itjrtcnurch. ' Burial was at Hampton. The Patterson funeral home was ,in charge. SLOAN, William, 73, died at his residence at 213 First street northwest, Sunday night. Services will be held at the Randall funeral home at 2:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Burial will be at Rockwell. The Randall funeral home la in charge. Funeral Directors 3 McAULETJ Funeral Home--Complete service day and ight. 8 South Adams. Phone 651. MEYER FUNERAL HOME--Dependable service. 243 Fifth Btreet 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 I IN the hour of joy as well as in sorrow, flowers best express your sentiments. Strictly fresh homegrown stock. Kemblea. Ph. 5fl. Monuments A4 MARK every grave with a -monument from Mason City Cut Stone ana Mon't Co., 504 N. Monroe 783. Personal WOMEN look and feel years younger in an individually designed corset. Ph. 3856J. 119 E. State. LADIES call at the Pahiia Royal the week of Dec. 11. Have your figure analyzed by experienced Charls fitter. A garment for every figure type. Mrs. Hobbie, Charis Lost and Found ;v / LOST--Seven months old Springer jj Spaniel. Brown and white. Bob- ·*-, bed tail. Name Bob. Reward. 3044. LOST -- Old black bulldog with l/i white on neck, nearly blind. Last ' heard ot around N. Mass. Ph. 367-1. Reward. LOST--Boston Bull, male, brindle with part white face. Boy's pet. Reward. Ph. 1676J. LOST--On Federal avc. from truck carton of cflndv. Reward. Ph. 249. Money to Loan 8 If this season of the year finds you needing EXTRA MONEY , nome to 204 I.O.F. BIdg. nnd sec iVhow well our financial plnn fits your »'{." every need. » ' Cost Is Reasonable HO3IE 1LOAN A FINANCE CO. Fulton F. Potter, Mgr. 201 I.O.F. Bid?. Money to Loan 8 OUR NEW LOAN PLAN §50 FOR $5.25 FOR 5 MOS. Courteous and confidential service. Ask any one of Ollr 1,000 satisfied eustomen. Experienced loan counsellor In charge. SECURITY LOAN COMPANY 321 1st Nnt'l Bk. Bldff. Ph. 412 CHARACTER LOANS, 8 per cent discount, easy payments. H. E. Swarner, 207J,, 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 will loan you up to $300 for that purpose C. L. Pine Loan Company Phone 234 204 Weir BIdg. Diagonally Opposite Tha First National Bank "Large enough to serve you. am all enough to know you." . "Just to Remind You-- "This account has probably been overlooked and we will appreciate your remittance." Are YOTJ receiving letters like this? Are YOU worrying about the bills which should be paid this month ? Why cause yourself needless worry. Call at our office and let us help you! United Financial Co. F. M. HUMPHREY, Mgr. 3 First St. N. W. First Door W. Phono 1414 of Adams Drug Beauty Parlors 16 PERJHANENTS $1.00 complete. Shampoo, finger- wave 75c. Part dry fingerivuve 85c. Marcel buc. Anno* Permdnent Wave Shop 2I2i/j N. Fed. Ave. Help Wanted, Female 31 WANTED -- Girl for light hskg. Write R-ll, Globe-Gazette. Help Wanted, Male 32 STEADY WORK-Good Pay--Reliable man wanted to call on farmers in county. No experience or capital needed. Write today. McNess Co., Dept. B, Freeport, 111. 6 ROUTE DRIVERS--Due to out- rapid expansion and addition of 6 new routes we can offer good Jobs to 6 more men who are willing to work 8 hours daily and use their cars for delivery purposes in Mason City and neighboring towns for about 537.50 weekly. Experience unnecessary but must be willing to follow instructions. Write Albert Mills, Route Mgr., 1956 Monmouth, Cincinnati, Ohio. Services Offered A3 3 CIRCXJL^R"sAWS^GurnmedT filed, set and hammered, §2, during December. Diamond Point Saw Shop, 228 S. Fed. SOOFS repaired. Phone 3830. WINTER IS COMING Reasonable downtown storage, NORTH IOWA RADIO GAHAGE Opposite Roma. Phone 1070 Agents 36 NEW DEAL--New low prices on Pays Cleaners and Auto accessories. Write today for exclusive territory. The Connecticut Can Co., Hartford, Conn. MEN Wanted for Rawleigh routes of 800 families in counties of East Wright, East Floyd and cities of Clarksville and Hampton. Reliable hustler should start earning $25 weekly and Increase rapidly. Write immediately. fL^r.^e/gh Co., Dept. IA-54-S. Freeport. HI. Business Location 37 FOR SALE -- Brick mercantile building, excellent location In good northern Iowa town. Write TI-8, Globe-Rnzette. Swap Service 38 Three t lints or less offering a "SWAP" costs nothing Tho 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. The Globe-Gazette retains the right to discontinue ad after three days. SWAP 7 shot trappers' pistol for 4 wheel trailer. Write RR-9, Globe- Gazette. SWAP Shoe skate, size 8 for shoe skate size 5 or B. Write TT-11, Globe-Gazette. SWAP Man's $45 ^ool suit, size 40 for Hereford heifer. Write HH-9, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--16 acres N. Iowa land, clean, for machinery and young ewes. Write GG-9, Globe-Gazette. T SEEKERS BE GIFTS for "WHY NOT A Y. M. C. A. MEMBERSHIP FOR CHRISTMAS?" Contributing--$50.00 and up. Sustaining--$25.00. Senior--$15.00--21 years and up. Regular--$10.00--18 years to 21. High school--$5.00 to $7.00. Grade Bchool--53.00. MONOGRAMED GIFT STATIONERY ?1--50 sheets, 25 env. Ph. 871 CENTRAL SHOW PRINTING CO. We FEATURE and RECOMMEND ELGIN WATCHES New Styles--New Prices W. H. POTTS, Jeweler . ASK RAY SENEY FISHING TACKLE--Fine selection prepared Tods, reels. The newest thing in baits. MASON CITY SPORTING GOODS Men's Suede Leather Jackets, $5.00 Values-- THIS WEEK ONLY SAM RAIZES GIFTS FOR THE CHILDREN Skates - Skils - Sleds - Bicycles Wagons - Guns - Ammunition LINDQUIST'S 620 S. Federal Phone 831 Give your boy a COWBOY OUTFIT for Christmas. $1.95 up. GILDNBRS GILDNERS Unusual showing of SLEDS and SKUS at last year's prices. MASON CITY HARDWARE CO. CHILDREN'S Rubber FOOTWEAR Fleece-Lined, 3 Snap 98 cents. MILLER-JONES COMPANY GIFTS FOR THE HOME This advertisement and 50c good for one Miniature PHOTOGRAPH and frame. Phone 1060. Lorraine Studio--210 Weir BIdg. Desk Calendar Pads, Fountain Pens, Automatic Pencils. YOUR NAME !n GOLD on our Leather Goods. KLIPTO LOOSE-LEAF BELDING'S CARMELCRISP Shop 111 E. State Popcorn balls, buttered popcorn, peanuts, candy, gum, magazines. Christmas DECORATIONS of all kinds. TREES, Evergreen roping, holly, wreaths, etc. Order Early! KEMBLES GREENHOUSE RUSSELL STUDIO Phone 2272 J. C. PENNEX BUILDING HAVE MONEY for Christmas 1934 by banking difference saved on our Gas and Oil. Quality Instead of overhead. HOMETOWN. Try the New Coal ECONOMY CHUNKS $7.50 W. B. BLOCK COAL CO., Ph. 563 THE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE North Iowa's Leading Newspaper Send your trlends this newspaper as a Christmas gift. A gift that lasts the whole year 'round. Just tell us to whom it goes and we will do the rest. GLOBE-GAZETTE PH. 3800 GIFTS for HER Charmingly Chic! All-wool FLANNEL ROBES at $3.93. In many new novelty styles--ao comfortable and smart! J. c. PENNEY CO., Inc. ROSES--69c a Dozen THIS WEEK ONLY THE FLOWER SHOP 16 First St. S. E. LUCIEN LELONG perfume, cologne, toilet water and compacts. PALAIS ROYAL BEA0TY SHOP. 2nd floor Palais Royal Bldg. Complete GIFT Boxes in DuBarry, Evening in Paris, Three Flowers, lardley, J2.00 to $10.00. FORD HOPKINS CO. IVY DAUGHERTY, Real Silk Rep. 218 N. Delaware Ph. 1215J Guar. Christmas delivery on all orders received by Dec. 17 $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. We have a very large assortment of ladies' steer hide hand bags at very reasonable prices. HTJXTABLE DRUG CO. Full-Fashioned Service Chiffon Hose 69c, 3 Pair for $2.00. Make one purchase go three ways. TRADEHOME SHOE STORE Beautiful new GLASSWARE, goblets and sherbets, $3.95 a dozen. Roclc Crystal $13.50 up. Fine Bavarian China. BLANCHARD'S. TRY OUR DELICIOUS SWISS STEAK DINNER TOMORROW. COMPLETE FOR 35o THE HAWKEYE CLUB OUTSTANDING ' Values In china Dinner Sets 20 patterns to choose from IOWA TEA CO. -- 29 E. State Swap Service 38 SWAP--8 acres in Bitter · Root, Mont., for M, C. property or what have you? KK-8, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Aged pure-bred Hampshire stock hog for another purebred Hampshire hog or a butchering hog. Write LL-8. Globe-Gazette. For Sale or Trade A38 FOR SALE or TRADE--Hampshire hoars. Fall and spring boars. Big, strong and thfck bodied, sirel by sons of Grand Champion. B, C. Liideke, Klemme, Iowa. FOR SALE OR TRADE--Oat huller, 40 bushel per hour capacity. Good cond. Will consider good truck anti pay difference. Van Gerpen Hatchery. Buffalo Center, la. Instruction 39 OPENING For man. Willing to work according to instructions. To such a man who can qualify salary ?105-?175. Age 20-40. Write Kill. Globe-Gazette. Trade or Exchange 42 TRADE or sell steam hot water boiler. Ph. S09. WANTED--To trade L. C. Smith typewriter for piano. Phone 809. Rooms ior Rent 44 FOR RENT--Furn. slpg. rm. 2003. FOR RENT--.1 bedroom, close in, 224 W. State. Ph. 3383J. FOR RENT--2 furn. hskg. rms. 422 N. Georgia. FOR RENT--Hskg. rms. 421 N. Ad. FOR. RENT--2 bedrooms, 1 bedroom with sitting room. Well furn., heated, men preferred. 410 N. Wash. FOR RENT--3 rooms. Ph. 1027J. FOR RENT--Room. Phone 31GG. FOR RENT--Good clean sleeping rooms with city heat, reasonable Ph.1690 320 S. Del. FOR RENT--Light hskg. and slpg. rms. 228 lat S E. FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. Close In. Also nrar.itre. Ph. 1903. Apartments for Rent 45 FOR RENT--3 rm. furn. apt., up- atairs, clean and neat, 8-17 3 N. W. Apartments for Rent 45 FOR RENT--Fur. apt. 712 N. Mad. FOR RENT--4 rm. mod. apt. 388. FOR BENT--2 large rooms, mod., nicely furnished, downstairs apt. Private ent., city heat, close In. 203 SECOND ST. S. E. FOR RENT--Furn. apt., prlv. ent. Light and warm. 117'/. N. Fed. No. 5. FOR RENT--Several desirable apts. in the Delaware BIdg. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. FOR RENT--iritrn. apt. 223 S N. W. FOR RENT--J rm. partly mod. apt. J12 per month, Sam Raizes. FOR RENT--Apt. 14 5 N. E. FOR APTS., turn, or unfurn., see J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. Houses ior Rent 46 FOR RENT--3 rm. hse., furn. or unfurn., mod. north part of town. Ph. 301. FOR RENT--$25 each, 2 modern oak finish homes. Garage. Best of location. W. L. Patton, 109 East St. FOR RENT--t rm. mod. bung. 2477. FOR HENT Four room house. No. 214 Twenty- second St. S. E. Furnace, good basement, electric lights, wnll water, south front, lot 51x140 feet, good garden space. Five room · house, No, 803 Fourth St. S. W. City iv.it- er, toilet, electric light. T. K. OLANVILLE Phone 743 nftfir 8 p. m. FOR RENT--1 hse., very nicely arranged for 2 families, close In. MIer Wolf. FOR RENT--7 room house, newly decorated, modern except hath, S1G. Phono 3983 GEORGE VAN EVERY FOR RENT--7. rm. mod. house. 1711 S. Del. $22.50 per month. Beck Brothers. FOR RENT--8 rm. mod. home. 516 8 S. E. Ph. 1110. RENT YOUR HOME from Briar List your property with Briar Buy a home from Briar Ph 3414 Livestock ior Sale 52 T O R s L E -- P cholera Ira. A. Newhcrry, Rt. 4. Livestock for Sale 52 FOR SALE--30 Spotted Poland China gilts and yearlings, cholera immune. One two year old Guernsey bull. E. Daniels, 5 ml. north of .Nora Springs. FOR SALte--Extra good Chester White boars. Reg. and immune. Priced for quick sale. F. W. Stover, S ml. so. of Ventura. Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 FOR SALE--Canary, love birds and finches. 510 5 S. W. Ph. 1895. For Sale--Boston pups, Christmas gifts. Millie Kline, Hampton. Miscellaneous ior Sale 55 FOIt SALE--Boy's ?12.50 auto fire- truck, $5 if taken at once. 212 N Hampshire and Third Htreet N. E. FOR SALE--8 tube cabinet radio $12. 3 N. Jefferson. Call evenings. FOR SALE--Air compressor. Phalen Cleanerfi. Ph. 50. FOR SALE Voss washing machine, lllirnry tnble and rockers, dresser, gas stove and other household goods. Also JflSO Chevrolet sport coupe. Txioks and runs Hlte new. Everything must go this week. PHONE 3887 88G S. JACKSON J.OOO CHRISTMAS XKEES 2 foot tib.e, 10 cents. Any size, 5 cents per foot. EARL'S FBDIT CO., 1509 S. Federal. Phone 1138. KADIO BARGAINS 7 Tube Atwatcr Kent, used..$17.50 9 Tube U. S. Apex Console. .S03.50 New Majesties, as low ns...923.50 Farm sets, used battery Rets, etc. We Trade--Terms NORTH IOWA RADIO CO. Opposite Itoma Phone 1070 BIG YELLOW POPCORN for sale at Proctor's, .5p. (v. pound. Will deliver 1.0 Ibs. or more, Plione 1597 or call.at loth and.Ky, S. E. FOB SAI.E--Potatoes 89c, 100 Ibs.; large size, $1.05, 100 Ibs.; 20c a peck. Apples 98o a bushel, 8 Ibs. 35c. Onions fiOc n bushel. Carrots 75c a bushel. Other vegetables. Earl's Fruit Co. Phone 11S8, ISO!) S. Federal. Or Earl's Gardens, Ph. 110, N'orn Springs, la. Open Evenings nnd Sundays. FOR SALT--10 ft. counter, » revolving Bloots, cook stove, 2 or S room oil hcnter, good condition, reasonable. Phone 36!H. Miscellaneous for Sale 55 FOR SALE:--New doll carriage. Ph. 3167W. HEAVY MATS SIZE 18 I/] XVI 2cEACH Thesa Dry Mats aro excellent for lining garages, chicken houses, coal bins, cellars, cabin walla, weatherboardlng, sound proofing or Insulation. Not suited for outeidc surfacing or drawing use. We have over DOO which may be bought for only 2 cents each. Call Business Office, Globe-Gazette. -- Ilia C. Myerly. deceased, late ot Cerro Oordo County. All persona indebted to tald estate are requested to make immediate myment; anil those having claims against nu same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned (or allowance, and '"" In the office- of the clerX of the District GOOD CLEAN COAL Fair prices Just try ono ton ALLISON COAL Phono 431 SCANDIA COAL Is giving satisfaction. $7 n. ton delivered. City scalo weights. Get what you pay for and pay lor what you get. HOMETOWN Phone 409 423 N. Monroe NESTOK JOHNSON SHOE 54.45 SKATES $5.95 We Have a New skate Grtuaer and Sharpen Skates Perfectly for 20c Per I'alr. \Ve Buy and .Sell Used Skates. Sklla nnd Sled;, i'rtcoj Right, LINDQUIST'S 820 South Federal Phono 831 Offices ior Rent 63 FOR RENT--Very desirable office rooms, ?7 to $. See J. B. YoungbJood Phone 36. Household Goods 73 FOR SALE--1 General Electric refrigerator, 1 gas range, practically new. Cheap for cash. Ph. GOO. SPECIAL Tuesday a.nl Wednesday ?140 Thor elec. w'aahcr, S22.50; $40 oriental rug, 4x7, $12; leather tied Duofold SO.50; floor lamps $1; kerosene heaters $3.50. Many other useful articles nt bargain prices. 140S N. Fed. Ph. 1216. FOR SALE--Reliable gas range in good condition. Call at M. B. A. Barber Shop, between 12 and 1. FOB SALE--Reconditioned, electric vacuum cleaner with attachments, cheap. Phone S087 or call at J324 North Rhode Inland. Wanted to Buy 75 WANTED--To buy good co\v, hay. State particulars in price. Write H-ll, Globe-Gazette. WILL PAY Ific per Ib. for live turkeys In trade on poults 1D34 delivery, lOc per Ib. for heavy breed chickens anil 8c per Ib. for light breed in trade on baby chicks, 1934 delivery. Order yours now. Write Van Gcrpen Hatchery, Buffalo Center, Iowa. HIGHEST Caali prices paid for old gold watch cases, dental scrap. Blanchard'a Jewelry. JASH Paid for men's used clothing and shoes. Bring to 337 S. Fed. Autos for Sale 79 Highest Value! USED CARS! Lowest Prices! CAR RADIOS, HEATERS or WINTER ACCESSORIES aro the most practical Christmas Rifts. 1920 Ford Tudor, A-l condition. 1B30 Ford Sedan. 1B28 Ford Truck. 39SO Chevrolet Couch. 1D!)1 nudge Coupe, best at shape. 1DRO Ford Truck, perfect. 102!) Chrysler Sedan. A full lino on display nt our accessory department. Fords--All iUouels--Priced to Soil Wagner Motor F O R D S A L E S 111 1st 3. E. Opp. Old P. O. Wo have the best assortment of USED CAR values we have had tills year. SPECIAL PRICES MARSTON'S /, BJk. E. Hanford Hotel Auto Trucks 80 BE SURE and see the 1934 Chevrolet truck now on display at the S. R. Chevrolet Co., Inc. FOR SALE--International 2 ton, G cylinder short wheelbase, dual tires. International Motor Trucks. Ph. 20. TOR SALE--2',2 ton International chassis suitable for mounting com sheller. T. S. Veech. LEGAL NOTICES OF THF; Arpoi :xi:r:i:Toa STATE OF IOWA. Cfrro Oonlo County, nit. No. 4-I4S NOTICE IR HEP.KIiV C1VEN. U.al undfrBlfinci! ha* \,rfn duly R p p o t n t M qualified at Ex:cutor of tht estal* Dalerl November OSCAR O. WOLFE, n. Stkllman, Attorney. "' 1933. erl ovember 2^ 1933. S. H. Maci'eak. Clerk District Court. By -- Margaret JUley, Deputy. .VOTICE OF SHERIFF'S STATE OF JOWA, carro nordo County, £«. To Evan Jrnkln* nnil Louise Jenklny, nUo known na Ixmtse R. Jcnklnft, nnd To Whom It May (.'imeern: You arc hereby notified that hy virtue ot special cs«cutlon. to me ilirccled nntl Issuer! out of the office of the Clerk ot (he District Court of the Slato of Iowa, within anil for Cerru Gorrto County, upon a Judgment rendered In said Court In favor of iSn II. Shepard and against Evan Jenkins d Louise Jenkins, also known as Louise I. Jenkins, hushand and \vlfe, nnd Judgment in rem BRalnst the mortKaseu premises Hereinafter described against ail of tile de- 'endants In this action for the fum of Vivo lundred Kieven and OG-100 Dollars, debt and Thirty-one nnrt .no-IOO Doilan. costs, and Thirty-live ami 31-100 Dollar*, attorney's fee, I have levied upon the following Isacrtbed real estate, towlt: Ea»t Half EVS.) of Ihe Northeast Quarter (NE'/,) nnd 4» ncrfi off East ulile of Wwt Halt OVV-il nt Northeast fractional Quarter (NElrlVi) of Section fr'Lve (5) in Township Nlnrty-flve (05) North of Range Nineteen (li) West of the oth P. M., in Cerra Gorilo County, Iowa i ar.d that on the 26th day of December. 1933, at 2 o'clock P. M.. at the front door of the :outt House In Mason City, Ccrro Gordo County. Iowa. 1 will proceed to sell the ame In satisfaction of Bald execution, together with all lecal costs accruing. fated at the Sheriff's office In Mason !ty, Iowa, this 25th day of November, J. M. KOBERTSDN, Sheriff of Cerru Gordo County, Iowa. Hy--Elsie. Ramsey, Deputy sheriff. T. A. Kingland, Attorney. A'OTTCK Of" SKEtUFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA. Cerro Oordo County, SB. To IJo ffnliMeln nnd Nnnt Mrolman, and To Whom It May Concern! Von are hereby notified that by virtue, ot special execution, to me directed, and issued out or the office of the clem of tho District Court of the Stale of Iowa, within and for Cerro Gordo County, upon a Judgment rendered In sn!d Court [n favor of Rose Ilnlies ami against Ida Goldstein anil 1am Uselman for the sum ol Thirty-debt Hundred Thirty-six and 10-10(1 Dollars debt nnd Forty-five and 3(1-100 Dollars, cnsls. I have levied upon the followlnR described real estate. to-\vfl: Lots H, a nnd 10 In Block 73 In 7.. \\. Thmimn Audition lo Muson city. Ccren Uonlo f.'fiuntj-, Joiva, nl thai on the 26t!i dny of December, lt33, at 2 o'clock P. M.. at lha front rtoor of the Court House In Mason city. Cerro Gordo County. Iowa. 1 Mill proceed to sell the Enme In (rattsjactlon of said execution. ..ether wllli all lesal costs accruing. Dated nt the Sheriffs office In Mason city, lovra, this 2Mh day of November, Sheriff of Cerro Cordo county, lou-a ny--Elsie Ramsey, Deputy Sheriff. N. Levlnaon. Attorney. NOTICK OF siiF.mrr's BAI.IC STATE OF IOV/A, Cerro Gordo County, an. To M. V. L*c. llp.rtha I.re, (imee )l. Ttuyei onrl J. M. Tinier, und lo \Yliom It Mn' Concern: You are hereby notified that by virtue o a. special execution, to rne directed, and la stud out of the office of the Clerk of Ih District Court of the State or lon-a, Trtlhln and for Cerro Gordo County, upon a *ud mcnl rendered In said Court in favor i Ella c. Klnharl and acalnat M. V. Lc Berths Lee, Grace U. Trnyer and J. Ji Trayer for tlin Bum of Three Thousand Three Hundred Thlrly-flve nnd -il-ldo. Dollars, debt, and Twenty-seven and 20-100 Dollars, costs, and Kcvcnly-tbree and 35-KW Dollars, ntlorney's fee. 1 have lei-led upon tde follo«(nK desorihed real estate, to-wlf ThB .Sunth (S) Fl(l)--twi) (H2) feel nf Ixil One (1) In the snlidlvltlon nf IxiU Seven ( 7 ) , r.lflit (SI. Xlne M. and Tfl (10 In Hid unhdlililim ,,f the, Noiillirurit Quarter (SEW) of Section Ten (10) In Tonnililn Nlnel--slx (!)H). North of Rnnxe Twenty (20), \Ve»t nf tlin Flflli VrlnrJpnl .Iferlrilnn, fVrrn Gordo County, Ii,«a, and that on the 29th day of December. 1033, at 2 o'clock P. 1,1., at the front rtoor of the (.ourt House in Mason city. Cerro Oordo County, Iowa. J -will proceed lo Fell the same In aallRfacllon nf said execution together v.-lth nil le^al costs accruing. Dated at the sheriff's office In Mason TOM' lh ' S 2 " 111 tlny ot Nov «nlior. S h e r i f f of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa pif--r.tile Ramsey. Deputy Sheriff.' senneif, UEks and H e n n e f f , AttorneyE. OIlIrjINAI, NOTICE In t h n rmtrUt Court of Iowa In «ri,l /or Cerro Gordo Counly, January Terrn, A . I ) . D. \V. Bales, Superintendent of Banklnir ot the State of Iowa, Receiver or tht Cerro Gordo state Bank, clear Luke, Iowa. P l a i n t i f f , vs. Benjamin B. Richards: Mm. Benjamin B. Richards: Marcus Tuttle; Mrs. MarcilB Tuttle; Sarah M. Dawson: Mr. Dawson, huthand of Sarali M. Daivson; Dora A Moore; Mr. Moore, huahrtnd of Dora A Moore; Henry D. llarlock: Mrs. Henry D. Garlock; Mnry I.. Peck: Mr. Peck hui- bnnd of M»ry 1,. Peck; Maude L. Bor;»r- lus; Mr. Bcinardus. husband of Maude L. UOEardus; Sherman Gnrlock; Mrs. Sherman Gnrloclt; riertha Quarlon' Mr Quarton. husband nt Bertha Quarlon; Reliance I,. Mellors; Mr. Mellon, husband of Reliance L. Mcllors; Berhtce Knulson; Peter Knulson; R. B. Wonster: R. c. Wooster; Mrs. ll. c. Wooster; Monlla Campbell; Mr. Campbell, husband of Monlta Carnn* bell, Defendants. nci unknown Claimants (o Lot Five (5) 'in the Subdivision of the northwest Quarter ( N \ V i i ) of the Northeast Quarter (N3 VI) ot Section Eighteen (IS), Township Tv'lnely-sl.t (00),' Nortli of llanue Twenty- one (21), West of the Fifth P. M.. CVrro Clordo County, Iowa, Unknown rje(end- ants. " t h e . Above .Named Htfcndnrils, nnd lo the unknown Claimant* to Lot Flvp (5) f In the -Siihillvijlfii, of Ihe Northwest !imr- ter (MTV ot Ihe NortlieaM (luarter N-E'/ ( ot Section Elghtrrn ( I R ) , Towns-hip NInrty-ftI* (9D), Nnrth nf Hang* Twenty-one (21), West ol tho mill 1-. «., Cerro Gnrdo County, Iowa: You and each of you are hereby notified tat there is now on file In tht office ol ic Clerk ot the District court In aim for ~erro Gordo County, Iowa, the pf.litlon of he plaintiff allc K ln s that he is the abio. ule nml unq.ualifted owner of Ixit Five (',» i the Subdivision of the Northwest Oimi- er (NW',1) nf the Northeast Quarter ( N B ) ot Section Eighteen US), Tiwnshln Jncty-slx (B6). North of ]!anse Twcnly- ne (21), West ot the Fiflh P. M.. Cerro lordo County, Inwa; and alleglns that lie -nil those through whom he claims t l l l n lave been in open, ailvcrso and ricnci'Hi! oasesslon of paid real esialn under rl:i;in * right anil color of title for more th.ui t.. (10) years, and asklnc that the tula b« quieted In him: and that you and each f 3011 nntt all persons cialminr; by, throupli r under you and any of you be forevr arred and estopped from havlnr; or claim. ng any right or title lo eald premises m1- ·erse to tho plaintiff. For particulars aee petition on file. AND UNLESS you appear and defend nu r before noon ot the second day Of Ilia January 1934 Term of the Dl.itrlcl Court f Cerro Gordo Couoly, Iowa, which com 'enes at the Court House, in Mason C!tj% owa, on tbo Slh day of January. A.D. 1131, default will be entered ncainsl von anil each ot you anil Judgment nnU decree trdercd as praycil, and as pro\'ldcd liy aw. Dated tills 2nd da? of December, A.l, SENNEFF. BLTSS nnd S1CNNKFF. Attorucyii for Plalntli'l. OLD GLORY FLIES Star Spangled Banner Waves on Arrival of Bullitt as Ambassador. MOSCOW, Dec. 11. I.Tl--The Ktui 1 spangled banner flew officially over VIoscow today for the first time iu :hc history of the soviet republic, lonoring the arrival of United States Ambosnador William C Bullitt. The first thing that greeted him when he rfcached the National hot'H where he will make hio headquarters during his brief »tay hero --was a large, ailken old glory fhiL- Lering on the staff over the hotci entrance. Doffs His Hat. Bullitt doffed his gray fedora, lo the flag as ho. alighted from the automobile which carried him from, the station. He was accompanied hy his 0 yean old daughter, Anne; Joseph Flack,' first secretary of the American embassy la Berlin; Keith Merrill, the state department's embassy con* stniction expert, and George Keno nan, Russian spealring- secretary. Has Frlvnto Car. America's first ambassador to tiia soviet union stepped from ri private car attached to the regular Moscow train as a light snow fell to be greeted by I. A. Davilcovsld, of the Russian foreign office, who accoiu- p.inied Foreign Commissar Mtixirn Utvinoff to the conferences willv President Roosevelt at Washington. The welcoming" group, iiumbcriJi'^ approximately 50, formed tlic l a r g est crowd ever assembled to m c ' t .in incoming" foreign ambassador. Junior Class at Dows to Give Play Tuesday DOWS, Dec. 11.--The j u n i o r clar.fi of Dows high school will give the: play. "I Will, I Won't." Tuesday evening in the high school j j y m n n - . . sium. Miss Virginia Hanson is illrco tor. The .cast coaalaia of Doylt: lim~ sins, Llewellyn Boonc, Harold Bryan, Dallas Cook, Frances Iscmin- per. Clnrlce Root. Evelyn Peterson, Betty Sue Hmldeston, Adeline Krolt anil Evelyn Kurtz. Wright Curriers Mi'rt. GOLDFIKLD, Dec. .11. Tho Wright county rural carriers a u x i l i - ary met at the home of Mr. and Mra. B. J. Beck on Friday evening. A pou luck supper was enjoyed ut 7 ' o'clock, after which c u n l n furnished the e n t e r t a i n m e n t for the evening. I will have n closing out auction siilc on the McTntoBh f a r m h a l f way between Clear Lake and Venture, on pavement No.IS, at Larson's Chicken Slnu'k THURSDAY, HEC, fi4 Illg Freo Lunch nt 11:30 Sale to S t n r t nl 12 O'clock 5 HEAD HORSES Consisting of matched bay team 8 and 9 years old; sorrel gelding 9 years old, wt. ],700; buy mare; hliu-k marc 11 years old. 50 Small Pigs-- Cholera Immune 12 Tons Clover Hay in Barn FARM MACHINERY ~ McrormJck-ne*rlnjr grain hinder, nearly n c i v : .Mcl'omilrLc corn b i n d e r ; .M nilck niowrr, ti-fnot; dump m l i f ; Mollnr h i v j londtr; Kmrit»n m i l k y p l n i v new bottom; 2 John llftr* r i i l t l v i i t i m ; ,rnJiu Ilcrr«* r.im p t u n t o r w i l d IKt wlrr; D-fiH.t d i s c ; hob n l p r l ; 1 - n r r t l o n hnrntir rind r a r t w l l l i *ven»r; enrt xreder; potato plow; Mull w l i f f l wiunn u l l h nnv triple box; Invr H h r r l wllh rtoiihlr ho*; tctw w h f M wni,-iin « l l h hay melt; I IIUXR rinj? i n n u h t ; chom; tank tirntfr: I)i?r,fivnl cr^nm n*rmrn(r»r, ,Nr. n, i t l t r i power nlUt and ninlor; Drl.avnl m b f f n r l l r mlMtrr, rm[ IPKH than finr, yrar; nnm; 3 Kfttt nHmr«n; 2 n r f n fly n r ( h ; fnrlc*, n l m v f h ; m t t k l n K t '[iilprnrnt n n d n r t l r l P * f(.o mimtrnm In rnrntlo;i, Jack; olhrr nr any nrT.injti-nirnU y» ·nay make u l l h th* cl-rk. ANTON LARSON PKOFIUF'/rOll It. A . K K K M S T M A , n i t n t l n n f - c r Wntiire li I First N':itlon;il Bsinh. ' l i - r l i ('lM»r (^tko. [oi\':i |

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