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Mason City, Iowa
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FEBRUARY 9 1931 Money'Talks, But Does It Say : -: · v MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT AD BATES. Fifteen cents a. line first Insertion. Ten cents a. line tor each con* secutive subsequent insertion. (Count five average words to the line.) Seven insertions are given tor 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 advertisements must be addressed to the letter stated in the ad, care ol the Globe-Gazette. Under no circumstances will tha Globe-Gazette reveal the name of those ^inserting "blind" advertisements Lost and Found-LOST" Long haired gray cat. Black stripe on back. 219'/ z 4th N. E. REWARD FOUND-- White male dog with black spots. Phone 1158. Money to Loan-- . . Help Wanted, Male WANTED--Boys to carry paper routes in city. See Mr. Hillstrom at Globe-Gazette. WANTED Experienced man on farm. Cull WILBUR SMITH Phone 4608 Meservey, Iowa FOR MEN--Light inside local metal work. No experience. Self-addressed envelope for application. Penn Metal Co., 5511 Euclid, Cleveland, Ohio. WANTED -- Porter. Country club. Clear Lake For Rent, Rooms-- FOR RENT--Furn. light nskg. cms 20 6th S. W. Ph. 3345J. FOR RENT--3 light housekeeping rms. 915 N. Fed. FOR RENT--Sleeping room, furn for 2. 120 1st N. W. Ph. 659J. FOR RENT--Bedrm. 234 W. Stale FOR RENT--Large mod. slpg 214 Fifth N. E. Phone 1901 FOR RENT--Furn. room .for girls Home privileges. Ph. 2539. Help Wanted. Female-- j WANTED--Mlddleagcd women'to do housework on farm, 3 in family. Light work. Raymond Dawson, Rockwell, Iowa. FOR RENT--Fine warm furnished room. Private entrance. Ph. 1321 WANTED--Neat girl for general bswk. to go home nights. Ph. 1510. 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. -- on -- niAMONDS-FURNlTURE-AUTOS. S A L A R Y No Publicity No Delays 1 to 20 Montis to Repay SECURITY LOAN CO. 821 1st NatL Bk. Phone 412 OANS Household AND Automobiles REPAY IN 1 TO 20 MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS C. L. PINE LOAN CO. 204-5-6 Weir Bldg. State St. Fed. Ave. Phone 224 O N E Y F O R 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. Phone 727 SALESMAN To sell nationally known line of hardware specialties--should mnk satisfactory income from the star Car not necessary but desirable We have several territories no; open. State age and experienc Address P. O. Box 166 Rochester, New York FOR RENT--Nicely furn. warn sleeping rooms. 1710-W. 100 S. Penn. Ph FOR RENT--2 or 3 mod. hsltpg rms with kitchenet, everything furn. 128 Ninth St. N. W. FOR RENT--2 light housekeeping rooms, furnished. Call 113S. FOR RENT--Furnished room' over private garage. Reasonable. 30-i 1st S. E. FOR RENT--Two warm slpg. rms close in. Phone 3345-W. Situations Wanted-- Widow with daughter in H. S f --wishes hskp. in city. 117 N. Monroe. EXp. Girl wants, general hswlft Ph. 3123J. WOMAN wants hour 3906. work. Ph. WOMAN WANTS WORK by hour Phone 1776-W. Services Offered-- UPHOLSTERING. Repairing. Cornstock Furn. Co., Phone 2708. HOUSEKEEPING--Day work, practical nursing, by experienced white woman. Write W-9, Globe- Gazette. Paper'g., paint'g. Stewart. 2835W. REMOVING and trimming trees, repairing and clean, cisterns. 3549. TAKE CHANCES? On the ordinary furniture repair man when the sen-Ices of skilled artisans are at your disposal. UPHOLSTERING REPAIRING REFINISHING CANING No job too small to receive our careful attention. Our store rated by the State Inspector as the cleanest and most sanitary in Iowa. MACKET'S ABE YOU MAKING SATISFACTORY 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? Are 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 Mason .City. For detailed information call at Hanford Hotel Friday, Feb. 13, 1931, or write Le Roy Anderson 811 Blackhawk Bldg. Waterloo Iowa Salesladies-- RELIABLE SALESLADIES Wanted, over 20 years of age. Part or- full time work. Write T-9, Globe-Gazette. Wearing Apparel-- See me for your next SUIT or TOPCOAT. Richman Bros, salesman 16 years in this territory. A. D. Underwood, 416 N. Penn., Mason City, Iowa. Trade or Exchange-- 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-Gazelte. For Sale or Rent-- FOR SALE OR RENT--5 rm. mod. bungalow. 1211 N. Adams. Wanted to Borrow-- WANTED--To borrow. Responsible Mason City businessman desires 52,000 on high, class security. Commercial interest and monthly payments if desired. Address S-5, Globe- azette. For Sale, Livestock-- 12 EXTRA good Duroo brood sows, $25 each. Three miles northwest of Klemme. C. V. Marshall, Postoffice--Garner, Iowa. FOR BENT--Slpg. rm., hot water heat, 1st fir., outside, cnt., priv lavatory, reasonably priced. Phone 2974J. 821 N. Georgia. FOR RENT--Furn. front hskpg. or slpg. rooms. Ask Mrs. Harris. FOR RENT--2 light hskpg. rooms 22 N. Adams. FOR RENT--3 furn. light hskg. rms. 155 14 N. W. Ph. 1118W. NICE LARGE ROOM (Suitable for two) ana board. Close in. 215 N. Wash. PH. 3874J FOR RENT--Desirable furn. room with kitchenette. 130 5th N. E. For Sale, Miscellaneous-- FOR SALE--HAY. Ph. 1435W. New Jackson Bell Midget radio, screen grid, tone control fully guaranteed, $49.50. 230 1st N. E. Ph. 976 FOR SALE New and Used Motorcycles 1 Kite Outboard Motor, like new 1 1920 Ford Truck Hurley Davidson Sales Service 525 South President ORDERS taken for Angel Food, Sunshine and other cakes. Ph. 457] For Sale, Farms-- FOR SALE--107 acres, good budd- ings, Butler county. Price $57.50 per acre, easy terms.' 175 acres Improved Cer'ro Gord'o' farm, $55 per acre; $3,000 will handle. KEHM Land Co. Phone 827. 9 or 6 17 Household Goods-- SELLING--Furniture, rugs, 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 SALE 9x12 rug, nearly nmv, cost $40, for $10. 2 burner oil stove, S3. See us first about auto parts, glass, bodies. NORA SPRINGS AUTO WRECKING CO. Nora Springs FOR SALE Walk-in ice box in good condition with G triple glass d"oors for ice or Frigidaire. New Blizzard insilaKe cutter. One new cultipacker. Onn new John Deere corn planter. One grain drill. Above articles will he sold cheap if taken at once. WILL TRADE FOR CATTLE OR HOGS Phone 2429} Buy', Watch This Pajfe mer-s Used Cars "The Best in Unused Transportation sit Riffht Prices" Hudson Greater Six Standard Sedan, 1929, Late. Equipped yy.'t" two fender wells and six tires. Same as new $775 Has Wide Circulation. LAKE MILLS, Feb. 9.--The SD check put in circulation by 'the Lions club Jan. 8 paid 5100 in debts during the 20 days it was in circulation. Instructions written on the check requested the money be spent only in Lake Mills,, thus showing the value of spending money at home. Hudson 1928 Coach. Usod by Wallace Drew of Clear Lake for pleasure purposes. Only 16,000 miles. Good as new.. $595 Btiick 5-vossehger Coupe, Series 58--Late 1927 Model. New tires. Winterfront. Spotlight. Extra clean. Only $495 Ford Model A Tudor, 1929. Fine finish. Excellent tires Good mechanical condition. .We pay the '31 Trcense S295 Dodge late '26 Coupe. Not a scratch on this car. Wonderful mechanical condition. New tires. New '31 license. Only $195 Chevrolet 1927 AA Coupe. Motor perfect. Finish excellent New brakes, etc. Fully equipped. We pay the '31 license e $185 Used FURNITURE STOVES and RUGS Goods Bought, Sold and Exchanged T GRAHAM'S N e w a n d S e c o n d H a n d S t o r e 204 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. PHONE 301 Former Location ot Musoa City Hardware FOR SALE--New blue and gold Lloyd Loom baby carriage. 20 Fourteenth St. N. E. Essex 1930 Standard four-door Sedan. Wonderful shape. Cannot be told from new. Best buy in this town. Only. . $495 Essex 1929 Coupe. Equipped with rumble seat and all new tires. Finish excellent. Motorjerfect. New '31 license. .$395 ALSO '26 Essex Coach. Clean..? 95 '23 Dodge Sedan $95 '25 Buick Std. Six Trg. $145 gs Hudson jedan $145 '26 Hudson Coach, A-l..5185 J24 Ford Coupe $ 45 '26 Ford Coupe. Clean...$ 95 '28 Essex Coach $145" EASY PAYMENTS TO ALL Lapiner Motor Co, "THE BRIGHTEST CORNER IN TOWN" FOR SALE--Gas stove with cooking plate. Saves gas. Cheap. Ph. 3445-J. 'OR SALE--Bed, springs and mattress. Ph. 3T43-W. 324 S. Kentucky. 'OR SALE--Slightly uaed Acorn range. 220 Seventh St. N. E. For Sale--Real Estate-- 'OR SALE--Modern house in good repair. Priced to sell. Write Z-7, Hobe-Gazette. FOR SALE--Mod. 5 rm. bungalow In Grandview at the right pricp and favorable terms. Ph. 3414. W. H. Briar. 'OP, - SALE--New home. Ph. GD9, 'OR SALE--Good 6 rm. hse. Must be moved by March 1. Ph. 1897. Business and Professional Directory Auto Electrical and Battery Service-BATTERY AND ELECTRIC CO. NEW BATTERIES 53.30 Ana Your oifl Hatler; 304 SECOND S. W. PHONE 388 Beauty Shops-NELLIE'S BEAUTY SHOPPE Permanent^, Marcels and Finger waves Our Specialty '/ 2 West State Phone 514 Contractors -- Orni-Tal llulliuni - ontraolnr! KopMr Wnrl, Alterallim tt'oik tinml) (Intern Handled Promptly 1IK Xn. rres. AVD. I'hnno 831 Tailor-3. O. SELBY MERCHANT TAILOH Vcw Spring Styles--Suits $35 to $75 apposite Hanford Hotel Ph. 1158 ? uneral Directors-- HCAULEY FUNERAL'HOME 8 South Adams Phone 651 FOR SALE I 6 Spotted Poland China brood sows. 1 K. L. DAILY T/2 MI- E. Mason City on Pavement ( 403 1st S. W. Phone 782 Poultry and Eggs-- BABY CHICKS AND CUSTOM HATCHING We are now hooking or'ders for March delivery and on. Place your order wJth us and get a superior chick. We specialize In custom hatching at bed rock price. All orders will receive personal attention. Price list on request. BALLUFF THORPE. Clarion, Iu FOR SALE--Pure «red White Uock Cockerels. Standard weight. Price reasonable. Mrs. Kate Mammcn, Kensett, Iowa. Phone Y6. L7 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. FOB SALE Two Plymouth Jacks, 5 years old; 15 Hands high, both registered. Splendid individuals. Write or Wirn W. HOWARD Central City, loiva FOR SALE Piggy sows. Cholera immune. Can be seen at the Indian Head Farms warehouse, 10th St. S. W. GEORGE LAUKRBERG PHONE 80S Wanted to Buy-- WANTED TO BUY--Heavy, collapsible,, baby buggy. Ph. 3351. WANTED--Small building, 10x12. Phone 1G95J. about For Rent, Houses- Do you want to rent, buy or sell a home. Call W. H. Briar. Ph. 3414. FOR RENT--Hse, garage. Ph. 867. FOR RENT--Strictly mod. 8 rm. house. Newly finished inside. Suitable for 2 families. Ph. 3351 or 620. FOR RENT--4 rm. house, ?16 per month. Phone 837. PATTERSON FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service 322 N. Washington Phono U40 Radio Service-PAUL'S RADIO SERVICE Experienced Radiotricians on All Radio.s Phono HG5 7 2nd St. S. W.--K. C. Bklg. RADIO ELECTRIC REPAIR SHOP Specialists an Repairing Radio and electric appliances. PHONE 489 4th St. N. E. and N. Federal CAFES COZY INN CAFE' iUeals and Short Orders Homo Made Bread and Pastry 032 East State HOMEJBAKERY-- Mrs. Maynard's ' Special cakes fro special occasions. Home-made angel fond, Lady nulti- more, etc., baked on .'order. 92!) N. Federal Phone SfiflT Barber Shops-B. O. BARBER SHOP UNION SHOP Experienced Barbers Corner Federal and 14th Northwest Repair Work-- HARRY SPEEDWAY GARAGE 603 S. Pres. Ave. Cc.-icrnl tlcii.itr Work and Slnriicc--snM.liU- Izlnc nn Oillilamf nnd I'onllac. O/H-II «ve- nlnKB nntl Suniluy munilng. lny nml Mllhl nnwltlng SiTVlce. I'rlc*5 nn n-piilrlni: and nr.rvlro iriluced during Junuary. Ai: mrJ t:imrttntrf[j. PHONE 1108 Chiropodist-- Wanted To Rent-- WANTED TO RENT One-quarter section, sliurcs. Write Z-5, GLOBE-GAZETTE WANTED TO RENT--An acreage near Mason City. Write T-7, Globe-Gazette. WANTED TO RENT--Farm lip to 120 A. Have full equipment. Good references. Write Y-9, Globe- Gazette. WANTED TO RENT good typewriter. Call 2671-W. For Rent,, Apartments FOR RENT--Mod. heated 4 rm. duplex apt. and garage. 2113J. FOR RENT--3 rm. .mod. apt. Ph. 232DJ. 116 7th N. B. FOR RENT--4 rm. modern apt. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. FOR"R"ENT--4 and 0 rm. furn. apts. iu Marvyl apts. Ph. 2051. FOR BENT--Mod. apt.. 3 rms. and bath, 2 Murphy beds. Call 210. FOR RENT--Heated apt. Ph. 2877. FOR RENT I, 2 and 3 rm. ftirn. 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. 0FOR BENT--Well furnished apt. private bath. 10 Ninth St. N. E. NAVY EXPENSES TO BE GUT DOWN Committee Advocates Smaller Enrollment at Naval Academy. WASHINGTON, Feb. 9. (/iw Sharp curtailment of the naval establishment in the next fiscal year became certain today. The house received from its appropriation committee the annual supply bill providing- $314,342,000, a cut of ?36,310.000 from the current year. Overriding a request by Secretarj Adams for more commissioned otci cera, the committee recommended sharp decrease in naval academ classes, with drastic provisions t limit demands of naval aviation o line officers. If approved by congress, the ap pointmcnts to Annapolis allotted t each member of congress would b reduced from four to three wit 5,499 retained as the maximuir limit of active commissioned offi cers. Adams had recommended an increase from four to five in ap pointments and the addition o more than 2,000 officers. Excepting- the second deficiency measure, this is the last of the big appropriation bills for congressiona action at this session. It is 53,451,000 less than the budget estimates. Economies were effected in reduc- ng ships of the line and their crews. As compared to the outlay of $49,965,000 for construction of 10,000 ton eight inch cruisers this year -ho bill allows but $28,550,000 in the next. SLEEPY FEELING AFTER MEALS DUE TO POISON A dopey tired feeling is ALWAYS a sign that waste food matter stays too long in the bnwels. It ferments and forms gas. It breeds germs. It is sure to poison heart, kidneys, brain. Adlerika washes out BOTH upper and lower bowel. It brings out poisons which cause gas, nervousness and a dopey, sleepy feeling. It contains no harmful drugs. Get AdleriKa today; by tomorrow you feel the wonderful cleansing effect of this German doctor's simple remedy. Huxtable Drug Co. BRED SOW SALE Wednesday, February 11 44 BRED GILTS AND SIX BRED SOWS at Klemme, Iowa HAMPSHIHES: 25 gilts and sow* sired by the lending liour of tlin breed. Bred to "Lumber Jaels," a nationally known prize winner, the great boar of "Substance," bringing Into the Hampshire breed a world of "hone and body," Some bred to "Marvel Ace," brother (n "Our Type," junior champion at national. POLAND CHINAS: 22 gilts sired iiy "Klnjf Liberator," tho 1,000-pound champion. Bred to "Crusader Junior." Three tried sows bred to "King Liberator." R. C. LUDEKE Klemme, I own CHIROPOO1ST Office now open with all' tho latest methods ot procedure. 31G 1st Natl. Bank Bldg. Office phono 331; residence phono 844. Service Stations-- SWENSON^EOAMiOND SERVICE STATION Diamond Gasoline and 7(0 Motor Oils. Phone 183 82C E. State Petitts' Diamond Service Station Diamond Gasoline and 7CO Motor Oils Phono 763 Cor. Washington and 2nd St. S. W. Used Automobiles -- WE ' ' Used Cars Exclusively Ph. Sn»S. Del. 2nd St. S. E. Wo Finance Time Payment Soles LARSEN AUTO MARKET Amusements -- Plymouth, Iowa, every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday PETERSON AND HERHANSON Brick Contractors-- Before you do any kind of IJIUCK for information and WORK call estimates. MAX PETERSEN Phone. 1067 2103 South Federal HENRY HEIOERICII Phone 3078W 730 15th Place N. E. lave your Business Card listed In he Business and Professional Directory _ thirteen Insertions per nonth for S3.85. II interested, Phonn "10 nm! tho solicitor will call. CLASSIFIED ADS BRING RESULTS. FOR RENT Close in and very pleasant it-room 1 apt. and bulh. Furniture for sale to renter at big savings. HOLT'S CAFETERIA 25 First St. Sou.henst Minnesota Highway Patrol May Have Big Increase Thru Bill ST. PAUL, Fob. 9. {if;--A measure increasing' the personnel of the state highway patrol from 35 to 100 men faces the prospect of being enacted into law the earliest of any of the bills of far-reaching significance introduced at this session of the state legislature. It has been passed by the house without a single argument being made against it. It has been advanced in the senate to a point where a final vote will be taken this week. Its reception in in marked contrast with the proposal for its establishment in 1827 when it failed. But in 1D29, the patrol was created limited to 35 men, with freely expressed misgivings by some members. This year the proposal to increase the number of men practically did a "hop, skip and jump" thru committee. Passage in the senate and approval by Gov. Floyd B. Olson remain as hurdles for the measure. A special effort to speed vip a decision on the matter has been made because of a plea by Earle Brown, Minneapolis millionaire, who heads the patrol. He said that if the additional men are to be ready for service when the spring increase in traffic comes, the new men require a period oC intensive training. He said that it is probable that 100 men will not be recruited this year, but that a number will be added, with further additions to be made in 1932. Movable "Pee-Wee" Becomes Industry SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 9. ( U P ) --Edward Laughlin grew weary of hearing J u n n f b t Scott, his 8 year old niece, ask him to take her to tho "Pee Wee" golf links so he constructed a movable indoor course .luanita liked Lite plaything and called in her friends. Soon there was a general demaud for the new. toy. Result: The formation of a 575,000 company with a local factory and orders coming in so fast that the factory can't supply the demand. Mrs. James Elected. SHEFFIELD, Feb. 9.--The Get- Together club met at the home of Mrs. C. K. Crawford of this place. Mrs. L. N. James was elected president; Mrs. C. K. Crawford, vice president and Mrs. Henry Ubben, secretary and treasurer. The lesson for the day was the third one in third year nutrition. STOP BAD BREATH Thousands of people afflicted with bad breath find quick relief thru Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets. The pleasant, sugar-coated tablets are taken for bad breath by all who know. Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets act gently but firmly on the bowels and liver, stimulating them to natural action, clearing the blood and gently purifying the entire system. They do that which dangerous calomel does without any of the bad after effects. Oliye Tablets brings no griping pain or any disagreeable effects. Dr. F, M. Edwards discovered the formula after 20 years of practice among patients afflicted with bowel and liver complaint, with the attendant bad breath. Olive Tablets are purely a vegetable compound; you will know Ihem by their olive color. Take nightly for a week and note the effect, inc, 30c, 60c. ALE On the farm oC the late Claude H. Putnam, 3'/ 2 miles west and 3'/z miles south of Clear Lake 7 Head Horses, 20 Head Cattle, 37 Head Hogs; Complete outfit of machinery and equipment. Household goods. 1,800 bushels corn, pats, hay, straw. FREE LUNCH 11 A. M. OUT SALE A« I am quitting lanninp, I W »H sen the following dewrlb^d cer- sonal property nt public auction, at tho farm two miles Mat o Garner and one-fourth inilo north of paving on No. 18; four miles wcvst of Vcntimi on tho paving and - --·--'-- --"- "a quarter mile north, on Freo Lunch at Nnon Sale Commences at 12:30 Sharp 22-- HEAD OF LIVESTOCK -- 22 4 -- HORSES -- 4 Ray mare, J l years old; Bay marc, 1C j-curs old; Black gelding 11 years old; Grey Kcldinjr, 15 years old. 18 -- GUERNSEY COWS AND HEIFERS -- 18 Some fresh; others to freshen nhnut data ot sale. An urn T. Ji. Tested. About 1,200 bushels goad car corn; some baled hay, clover and timothy mixed; JJ50 Rhode Island Red Pullets. DAIRY EQUIPMENT AND MACHINERY ·1 .Tolm cultivators, almost now; John Dcure corn planter, willi spool of wire; John Deere .sulky plow, Ki-lnch; disc, 8-ft.; MeCormlcIc mower, 5-ft c u t ; 8-.SR C H on ,lru K ; Emerson manure ness and JO galvanized chicken coons; other article* too numerous to mention. TERMS OF SALK--Cash, or make arrangements with your linnkor BKN RBEMSTMA und PKCK HANSON, Auctlonncrs. FARMERS NATIONAL BANK of Garner, Clerk. AN I have decided to quit fanning, I will sell at Puhllc Auction at tun Wlcknam farm, I. mllo south ana 2 miles cast of Hcnsctt, 5 nines west, and 1 mile north of Gruftnn, 2 miles east and 4. miles north of Manly on SALE STARTS AT I.I. O'CLOCK FltEK LUNCH AT NOON 51 -- HEAD OP LIVESTOCK -- 51 12 HOUSES AND 2 MULES 1 gelding, 5 years old, sound, welch* ISOfl; 1 marc, 4 years old sounil, weight J U n O ; 1 ,,,,,,,,, 4 ynilrH ,,,,,_ Kmintti weiK | lt a3 ' 00 . ^ roim mare, 4 yours olrl, sound, weight 1450; 1 brown horse 4. yejirs old, Hnund^weight. 1400;^ 1. mar.% 8 years old, with foul, weight ..._, . ^ w]tii team i ycara 5 eoml Holstcin COWH, fresh;'2 f!u«rnsey cows; 1 white face bull, i- yeans old; I rod cow; I heifer and c-ilf 1.7 Feeding Hogs. 10 o White Leghorn Chickens. FARM M A C H I N E R Y 2 corn shnllera; 1 .lohn nec.n; new fertilizer attachment, corn planter; 2-row corn cultivator; 1 single row corn cultivator; 1 ciine ptmy; ] sulky plow; 1 8-sectiou Galloway drag; 1 track wngnn unil l.nx; 1 t r u c k with rack; 1 J l.-font Kcciler; J. mower- 1 inanuro Kpreartcr, new, No.w Irtcal; 2 KP.IS ot harness; I grindstone; 450 bushels good corn; some seed corn. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Kitchen cabinet; 2; radio, Stewart, Warner; S linoleum ruER' dresser; round tuhlc; library table; kitchen table; rockers; couch- kitchen stove, Round Oak Chief; Chairs; Vlctrola; writing desk- ! Oxl'" S n n v 0 nf'T : SCU T : n!cllin -: wushinj: machine, 3Z volt; 1 , 0x12 i xminstcr ruis; 1 Sol-Hot, bronder stove; 1 12-foot dining room taliln. Other t'oods (on numerous in mention. FOR TKICMS A R R A N O K WITH CLEUK J. R. Dnrse.v, And. Karmcrs Savings Bank, Plymouth, Clerk

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