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DECEMBER 13 1933 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZKTTK FIFTEEN Be a Daily Reader of the "Gift Seekers Guide"--A Time and Money Saver Classified Advertising Information Fifteen cents a tine tint insertion. Ten centa Una Kr each consecutive aut- nfrquEDt Insertion, (Cuunt five average wards to tne llne.J Sev«n insertion* are given for Lh« price i CLASSIFIED DiEPLAV ADVERTISING J 2U centa ptir column tncft eacb Insertion, \ discount of 15 per cent will ba allowed ', *»n all classified advertisements paid for at \ the time of Insertion or not later UIID r - 1 days thereafter. ~ i All out-of-town ada are payable In ad "i vance. All refunds on Want Ada must be called Tor yvHJiin 30 days ot the cancellation date of the order. Answer to "blind" advertisements mu*i be addressed to ttie letter stated ID tho nd, care ol the Globe-Gazelle. Under no circumstances will the Giahe-lia«tte reveal tn« nama ol those Inserting "blind" advertlae- · Minimum charge tar single advertisement, ?5 cents, 1 PHONE 3800 : between S a, m. and 8 p. m, and ask for j the Ad laKer. Money t Loan 8 "A Quick Way to Raise Cash" If You Need fc Raise Cash Quickly to pay bills meet some emergency buy needed things now reduce payments on your car. USE our complete and convenient AUTO LOAN SERVICE HOME LOAN AND FINANCE CO. FULTON F. POTTER. Btgr. 304 I. O. F. BIdg. SEEKERS GUIDE INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications nre numbered according to tho position In which they appear in the section. 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 5300 for that purpose I . L. Pine Loan Company Phone 224 204 Wetr BIdg. Diagonally Opposite Tho First National Bank 'Large enough to serve you. small enough to know you." GIFTS for HIM Is your boy's gift a problem? Visit the largest boys' department in Northern Iowa GILDNERS Rf Agents .,...,... SB instruction Apts. for Rent .. 45 insurance . Amusements .... 1 Investment Auto Accessories 82 In Autoa for Bale ,. TO Auto Storage,.. -A79 Auto Trucks .... 80 Auto Repairing .. 81 Beauty Parlors .. Board, Room ... Bldg. Materials .. Business L o C a - tlon Bualneas Oppor- tunttlea ....... C a f e s , Reatau- ranta Card of Thanks Chiropodist* Chiropractors ... Olenners, Dyern C'OttagC3 A48 Death Notices ... 1 DogB, Birds, ''ets G3 Educatlooai Opportunities .... 40 Electrical Service 81 Employment Service A30 Farms for sale .. OX) Farms for Reat .ASO Fnnn Machinery 61 Florists .; 4 al Directors 1Q IB 49 87 23 11 2 13 U 18 Garage' . Idr Rjtai tor Sale Gardenj! OKU . .......... M Help W a n t e d With Inv. .... SO Help W a n V a d, Female- ....... 31 Help W a n t e d , Male- ......... 32 Help W a n t e d , Male. Female. .A3B tildes, wool. Furs 7S Household (Jocdn '3 Houses for Sato 47 Houses for Rent 46 Mfcmoriam .., Job Printing .... L-aunarlea Livestock for Sala Location Wanted Lost and I^mind Lots for Sale .., Machinery ...... Mlltt Misc. for Sale .. Misc. far Sent .. Money to Loan Mortgages 9 Monuments .....A 4 Moving, Storago Musical instr. ... Nursery Stock ... Offices (or Rent Office Eoulpt. ... Osteopaths Painting. Decor. Personals Photographers ... Plumbing. IHg.-. Poultry. Eggs .. Radio Supplies .. Real Estate Wtd. Rooms Cor Kent BalQ or Trado ...A3S Salo OT Rent ....A41 Salesladies 44 Salesmen . /. ..'I V 36 Seeda. Fccda .... W B«rv. Offered ,,.A33 Situation Wtd, .. 33 Stationery 71 Blocks . . Summer Cottagea 07 Swap Service ... 38 Travel Bureau ..A Trade or Exch. .. -*Z Upholstering .... 613 Wtd. to Borrow 77 Wtd. to Buy 7 \Vtrf., Misc. .... -A7, Wtd. to Rent ... Tfl Wearing Apparel 70 In Memoriam A2 IN LOVING remembrance of Louis B. Lantz who passsd away one ' year ago today. AIRS. ROSE DTJRANT, . MRS. ANNA LINCOLN. IN MEMORY of the dearest mother and wife, Mrs. L. \V. Schraitz who passea away one year ago today. L, W. SCHMITZ, JANE MARIE SCHMITZ, LLOYD SCH1IITZ, JR. LOIS SCHMITZ, DEAN SCHMITZ. . Funeral Directors JIcAULEY Funeral Home--Com plete service day and ight. South Adams. Phone 651. Men'a Rubber Footwear 4-buckIe, all-rubber fleece lined--$1.98 MILLER-JONES co. 'Just to Remind You-'This account has probably been overlooked and we will appreciate your remittance." Are YOU receiving letters like Jiis? Are YOU worrying about the bills which should be paiii this mouth? Why cause yourself need- ess worry. Call at our office and let us help you! United Financial Co. F. M. HUMPHREY, Slgr. S First St. N. W. First Door \V. Phono 1414 of Adams Drug Have you tried the HAWKEiE CLUE Delicious Luncheons and Dinners at Popular Prices? Beauty Parlors 16 PEKMANENTS $1.60 complete. Shampoo, ftnger- wave 75c. Part dry tingcrwave Soc. Marcel due. Annex Permanent Wave Shop 21Zi/j N. Fed. Ave. Help Wanted, Female 31 WANTED--Middle aged woman to do housework on farm; moderate wages. Write Z-13, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Middle aged woman as housekeeper in modern farm home. JR. H. Holt, Phone 408W, Clear Luke. NURSES, Attendants, others wanting good hospital positions anywhere, write E. Parker, A 64 Hunter building-, Chicago. Inclose stamp. WANTED -- Girl, for light hskg. Write R-ll, Globe-Gazette. Help Wanted, Male 32 WANTED--Middleaged man on farm. Steady job. Small wages for winter. Write 1-12. Globe-Gazette. Services Offered A33 WASHING and ironing, SI. 3632LJ EXP. GIRL wants hsework; references. Ph. 1958. BUNN* SLIPPERS Full sheep lined Special: 59c. Sizes 5 to 2 TRADEHOME SHOE STORE Autos for Sale 79 GOOD USED CARS 1931 Hudson De Luxe Sedan, very good $405 1932 Chevrolet Coach, new tires, heater, like new $425 1929 De Soto Coach, new duco paint $225 1929 Whippet Coach, Karikeen trunk, good $125 1927 Chevrolet Coach, good tires, very good shape $ 75 WE TRADE LIBERAL TERMS OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAYS CHRYSLER AND PLYMOUTH GARAGE Tom Siimmerhays Co. 116 SOUTH DELAWARE PHONE 1212 GIFTS for HER GIFTS FOR THE HOME IVY DAUGHERTY, Real Silk Rep. 218 N. Delaware Ph. 1215J luar. Christmas delivery on all orders received by Dec. 17 This advertisement and SOc good for one Miniature PHOTOGRAPH and frame. Phone 1060. Lorraine Studio--210 Weir BIdg. Desk Calendar Pads, Fountain Pens, Automatic Pencils. YOUR NAME in GOLD on our Leather Goods. KLIPTO LOOSE-LEAF GIFTS FOR THE CHILDREN Skates - Skiia - Sleds - Bicycles Wagons - Guns - Ammunition LINE QUIET'S 620 S. Federal Phone 831 Guns, Air-riflca, Roller Skates, Plug-Pong, Miniature Pool Tables, etc. MASON crrx SPORTING GOODS Christmas DECORATIONS of al! kinds. TREES, Evergreen roping, holly, wreaths, etc. Order Early! "KEMBLES GREENHOUSE RUSSELL STUDIO Phone 2272 J. C. PENNEl: BUILDING HAVE MONEY for Christmas 1934 by banking difference saved on our Gas and Oil. Quality instead of overhead. HOMETOWN. BELDINGS' CARMELCRISP SHOP 111 E. State. Popcorn in many styles, peanuts, candy bars, ice cream, gum, magazines 24 In. dolls, real hair, fully dressed. Well worth $2, while 100 last $1.25. Must be seen to be appreciated SAM RAIZES DEPT. STORE SKATES to fit any foot or any purse at the MASON CITY HARDWARE CO. "WHY NOT A Y. M. C. A. MEMBERSHIP FpR CHRISTMAS?" Contributing--$50.00 and up. Sustaining--$25.00. Senior--510.00--21 years and up. Regular--S10.00--18 years to 21. High school--55.00 to 57.00. Grade school--$3.00. Beautiful new GLASSWARE, goblets and sherbets, 53.95 a dozen. Rock Crystal 513.50 up. Fine Bavarian China. BLANCHARD'S. Try the New Coal ECONOMY CHUNKS 57.50 W. B. BLOCK COAL, CO., Ph. 563 THE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE North Iowa's Leading Newspaper Send your friends this newspape as a Christmas gift A gift tha lasts the whole year 'round. Jus tell us to whom It goes and w will do the rest. GLOBE-GAZETTE PH. 380C 25,000,000 cash paid in last 4 yrs. "rompt pyt. of cosh and loans and all obligations by Investors Syndicate. C. N. CHAMBERS, Dlst.Mgr. We have a very large assortment of ladies' steer hide hand bags at ·cry reasonable prices. HUXTABLE DRUG CO. LeLONG COLOGNE ·"amous cologne in a strikingly beautiful decanter bottle. An Ideal ;ift suggestion 51. W. H. POTTS ROSES--6Sc a Dozen THIS WEEK ONLY THE FLOWER SHOP 16 First St. S. E. Complete GIFT Boxes in DuBarry Evening in Paris, Three Flowers, iardley. 52.00 to 510.00. FORD HOPKINS CO. The RIGHT Christmas Gift at the right PRICE and always at the MULLANEY SHOP 11 First S. E. MONOGRAMED GIFT STATIONERY $1--50 sheets, 25 env. Ph. 871 CENTRAL SHOW PRINTING CO For China, Glass or Dinner ware-an endless variety. WE PACK TO SHIP IOWA TEA COMPANY ^roi r ' after that, go to RAY SENEY'S and save the difference GIVE HER a pretty RAYON pa ]'ama. Lots of style and they'r practical. Variety of colors ?1.30 J. C. PENNEY CO. Misc. for Sale 55 OR SALE, S. Amer. popcorn. 2F12. 'Oft SALE!--By member, one Clear Lake Country club charter mem- ership stock. Large discount if sold t once. Ph. 2153W. NESTOR JOHNSON SHOE ?4.45 SKATES ?3.95 I'e NATO * Now Bkato Urlntler and Sharpen SkaiM PerfMtly for 200 Per ralr. We Da; and Sell Used Skates. Sktls and 5I«1. I'ricn! HJ?hL. LINDQUISTS 120 South Federnl Thone 831 Household Goods 73 FOB SALE--Brass tied niitl springs nnd oak dresser. PHONE 840 BEFORE 6 or 2743W after 6 'OR SALE--9x12 living room rug. Ph. 2752W. SPECIAL Tuesday and Wednesday $140 Thor elec. washer, 522.50; 140 oriental rug, 4x7, 512; leather led Duofold $6.50; floor lamps 51; kerosene heaters ?3.50. Many other useful articles at bargain prices 1408 N. Fed. Ph. 1210. Poultry, Eggs 74 WILL PAY 16c per Ib. for live turkeys In trade on poults 1934 delivery, lOc per Ib. for heavy breet chickens and 8c per Ib. for ligh' breed in trade on baby chicks, 193 delivery. Order yours now. Writ Van Gerpcn Hatchery, Buffalo Cen ter, Iowa. FOR SALE -- Domestic . mallan ducks and guineas. 2F12. Wanted to Buy 7 HIGHEST Casm prices paid for ol gold watch cases, dental sera] Blanchard's Jewelry. Swap Service 38 Three times or icss offering a "SWAP" costs nothing The ad must have a Globe-Gazette "key" number and the advertiser will pay 10 centa for each reply. Replies are to ba 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. TOB RENT--7 room house, newly decorated, modern except bath, $16. Phone 3D8S GEORGE VAN EVER! E.vp. STENO., BOOKKEEPER desires permanent position. Capable of handling all details of office. Write B-13, GLOBE-GAZETTE MEYER FUNERAL HOME--De pendable 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. Kemblea. Ph. 55. Monuments A4 ilARK every grave with a monument from Mason City Cut Stone ana Mon't Co., 504 N. Monroe 783. Personals WOMEN look and feel years younger in an Individually designed corset. Ph. 385BJ. 119'A E. State^ Lost and Found LOST--Brown leather purse " containing money, etc. Initials D. H. Reward, nhone 695. Money to Loan 8 CHARACTER~ LOANS, 8 peV cent discount, eaay payments.. H. E. Swarner, 207% N. Fed. Ph. 177. OUK NBW LOAN PLAN $50 FOR §5.25 FOIl S MOS. (oarteoui And confidential icrvlei. Atk an? one of oar 1,OQO aatlsrlfd £0itomerf. Ez periencrd loan counsellor In cnarffe. SECURITY LOAN COMPANY 321 1st Nat'l Bk, Bids;. ?b. 11 CIRCULAR SAWS--Gummed, filed, set and hammered, $2, during December. Diamond Point Sa\v Shop, 228 S. Fed. ROOFS repaired. Phone 3830. Salesladies 34 WANTED--2 cxp. salesladies, 18 to 35 years. Call on business places. Ph. 1690 for appointment. Ask for F. R. Harris. Salesmen 35 SWAP--Stock and farm equipment for mortgage on city property. Write GG-12, Globe-Gazette. SWAP Union Special loom for young Guernsey cow. Write YY- 13, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Milking machine and separator for Guernsey cows or what have you? Write HH-12, Globe-Gazette. SWAP Shoe skate, size 8 for shoe skate size 5 or 6. Write TT-11, Globe-Gazette. Rooms for Rent 44 FOR RENT--Furn. slpg. rm. 2003. FOR RENT--3 rooms. Ph. 102TJ. 525-535 or more weekly, (rapid increases by hustlers) earned on Rawleigh routes. First routes established 43 years ago. Now over 8,700 Many do 54,000-58,000 yearly business. Men now wanted for counties of East Wright and East Floyd and cities of Clarksville and Hampton. Rawleigh Co., Dept. IA-54-76, Free- nort, 111. Male, Female A36 WANTED -Man and wife for janitor work. 1303 N. Fed. Business Location 37 FOR SALE--Small cafe. Good location. Priced right. One living rm. Ph, 1034W. 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. Swap Service 38 SWAP 7 shot trappers' pistol for -1 wheel'trailer. Write RR-9, Globe- Gazette. FOR RENT--2 furn. rms. Ground floor. Lights, water, heat turn. Ph. 2715. FOR RENT--2 hskpg. rmfl. Very mod. Hot water heat, everything furn. Inq. 322 3rd N. E. FOR RENT--Lt. hskpg rms., 1st fl. 1460J, 20 4th N. W. FOR RENT--1 hskg. rm., everything furn. 719 N. Del. FOR RENT--2 or 3 unf urn. Ithskpg, rms. Adults. 309 E. State. FOR RENT--Good clean sleeping rooms with city heat, reasonable Ph.1690 320 S. Del. FOR RENT--Light Jiskg. and slpg rms 22R 1st S E. Apts. for Rent 45 FOR RENT--3 rm. furn. apt., up stairs, clean and neat, 847 3 N. W FOR RENT--Fur. apt. 712 N. Mad FOR RENT--4 rm. mod. apt. 388 FOR RENT--Several desirable apts in the Delaware BIdg. See J. B Yotingblood. Ph. 36. FOR RENT--Furn. apt. 223 5 N. W Houses for Rent 46 'OR RENT--4 rm. house, Crescent Drive, $15 mo. Phone 724. FOR RENT--i rm. mod. bung. 2477. FOR KENT--5 room modern bungalow, also 7 room modern house suitable for Z families. Phone 1335. FOR RENT--7 rm. mod. house. 1711 S. Del. §22.50 per month. Beck Brothers. FOR. RENT--525; mod. oak finish 5 rm. hsc. We want you to see it. Also 7 rm. mod.; fireplace. You'll ike it for permanent home. W. L. Patton, 109 East State. FOR RENT--G rm. mod. home. 516 8 S. E. Ph. 1110. RENT yoUR HOME from Briar Hat your property with Briar Buy a home from Briar. Ph. 3414. Farm Machinery 51 ;OOD used cream aeparators. J. McEnaney, 22 6th St. S. E. M. Livestock for Sale 52 FOR SALE--My registered Jersey bull, Fern Blossom Victor, cheap. Phono THORNTON, 2-F-S10 FOB SALE--A few left. Pure bred Poland China bourn. Geo. Klasson Phone 711, Clear Lake, Iowa. FOR SALB--Extra good Chester White boars, Reg. and immune Priced for quick sale. F. W. Stover 6 mi. so. of Ventura. Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 FOR SALE--Canaries, love birds and finches. 510 5 3. W. Ph. 1895 FOR SALE--Seal black Toy Boston male pup. 1824 S. Fed. For Sale--Boston pups, Christmas gifts. Millie Kline, Hampton. Misc. for Sale 55 FOR SALE--Air compressor, len Cleaners. Ph. 50. Fba FOR SALE--Lady's karat diamond ring. White gold mounting. Write Z-12. Globe-Gazette. Misc. for Sale 55 1,000 CHRISTMAS TREES 2 foot slie, 10 cents. Any size, cents per foot. EARL'S FItUJX CO., 1500 S. Federal. Phone 1138. HEAVY MATS SIZE 2cEACH These Dry Mat LI uro excellent for lining garages, chicken houses, coal bins, cellars, cabin walls, weatherhoarding, sound proofing or insulation. Not suited for outside surfacing or drawing use. We have over 500 which may be bought for only 2 cents each. Call Business Office, Globe-Gazette. GOOD CLEAN COAL Fair prices Just try one ton ALLISON COAL Phone 431 WILL BUY Exchange or sell your radio. New Majesties--Terms NORTH IOWA RADIO EXCHANGE Opp. Koma I'll. 1070 CASH Paid for men's used clothin. and shoes. Bring to 337 S. Fed. Wanted to Rent 76 WANTED TO RENT--G a r a g within few blocks of Y. M. C. A Call want ad dept., Globe-Gazett office. Auto Storage A79 CAR Storage 51 a mo. Ph. 1289. Autos for Sale 7! FOR SALE--G model T Fords i: running cond, ?10 each, 3 -for 525 S R Chevrolet Co., Inc. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE or THE API-OINTMENT or ADMINISTRATOR TATE OP IOWA. Cerro Gonlo County, ss. No. -UCQ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the tuler»]gtied has been duty appointed and iMlfltd as Administrator of th« tstaU of arah E. Bryaoa. deceased, tftte of Ccrm "rdo County. All persons indebted to eatd late are requested to make Immediate ayment; and ttiose having claims against same -will prtisent them, duly aulUenU- atert, to the und^stjcned for allowance, and le In th« oUEce ot the Clerk o£ the District QUrl, J, M. PEDELTY. Geo. R. Ludeman, Attorney. atccl December Ilth, 1B33. S. n. MacPcalc. Clerk District Court. Dy--Margaret Rlley. Deputy. NOTICE ' SALK It 5 : Krrnche! CVmeeiw and *o Whom May Concern, and to the Unknom* Owner of One Certain Four Door \Vltlyi-Knl Kht .Sedan, CanncMitu License No. 17-131 Model 70-13, Engine No. C116G. Yon nre hereby notified that the under- Igncd as aBBlgnee of George BerRcr will sell he following UtscrUied personal property ta1t: One certain Four Door Wlllya-Knlyht edan, Canadian Incense Wo, 17-431, Model Q-E. Engine No. C U R B , at the Mason City Lody Repnlr Company located at No. 13 ouUi CommeruirU Avenue, Mason City owa, on the 29th day of December, 1933, t 0:00 o'clock A. M.. lo the highest bidder or cah, to satisfy a lien on raid aulonao- Lle for repair and storage In Uia nura of U9.00. JESSIE PF.RGER. By-- atanley I/. Hayncs. Her Attorney. NO TICK the District Court of Iowa fn and 1 Cerrn ttordo C'onnty. Vnn Klcclt, Plaintiff, Vfl. o Pierce Van IClcek, Defendant. To Hlnnche Plemo Van Kicck: You aro hereby notified that there Is nnw in tile In the Of/fee of the Clerk of the District Court of the above rmtncd County and Stale the petition of the plaintiff claiming of you a divorce on the ground of cruel and Inhuman treatment. Now. unleas you appear thereto and defend on rir betore noon of the second day of tho January, T.934, term of salt! Court to bo held at the Court Hotiae In Mason City, in said County, commencing on the Slli day of January. 103*. default win be entered acft-tnst you and judgment rendcre thercon In accordance with the prayer c tn« petition, M. C. COUGHI-ON, Attorney far Plaintiff. NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF A D MI NTS TRA TOR STATE OF IOWA. Cerro Oordo County, BS* No. 4455 NOTICE IR HEREBY GWEH, that the underslpned ban teen duly appointed ami riuallflcd afl Administrator nf the estate or Rev* M. O'Callaghan. deceaBert, late of Limerick. County, Ireland. All persona Indebted to anIJ estate are retiueated to make Immediate payment; and tnn s ne having claims npiln/it the aame will present them, duly authenticated, to the undera!fined for allowance, snrt rite tn the o f f i c e ot the Cltrk of (lie District Court. MA-KYII* H. \VICOMAN. F. A. On!Je5, Attornty. Datcil December 1, IB33. 9. Jf. MacPeak, CJerk Dfstrict Court. Ey--Marxaret Hlley, Deputy. PWA WILL SPEND MORE NEXT YEAR Government Plans to Spread Program Over About Three Years. By KUBY A. BLACK Globe-Gazette Washington Buremi WASHINGTON -- The federal government plana to spend more on public works next year than it is spending in the current fiscal year. Recognizing the fact that the "capital goods'" industries--atccl. cement, lumber, brick, stone, machinery--will not return to normal activity as aoon as the "consumers' goods" inustrles, thj government is deliberately planning a. larger program of public works for nexi. year anr spreading the whole program over about three years, During First Year. Of the 53,300,000,000 appropriated for public works, the president CN-- pects about 51,300,000,000 to be act-. ually spent during the first year of the program. Congress will probably appropriate about a billion dollars more for public works, about a third of which will bo consumed ir ta next year. Considerably moro than ?2,W)0,000,OOC should find Us way into the pocket- of construction workers an into the tllla of manufacturers of construction machinery and const-uction materials durinjj 1 the .1; year, under this plan. The expansion of industry, which, the administration feela was excei- aive, gave the country an industrial plant and capable of 'producing more than the country can consume. The construction of skyscrapers provided more offices than can be occupied. Little for While. Thus the administration expects little increased construction of factories, office buildings, and commercial plants for a while. This con- tinuel slowness in increasing tho capital plant of the country will affect somewhat the manufacture of different kinds of machinery, although the NRA expects some stim- ua to the industrial machinery industry to come from the need to modernize plants replacing obsolete and inefficient machinery. Many codes prevent plant expansion and limit production and the machinery industry objects to this. This, a high administration official explains, is why tha public! works program is being deliberately spread over several years, and why more will be spent next year tlian la being spent this year. Will Not Be Spent. :.-. Less than half a billion dollars pi! the original $3,300,000,000 remalho unallocated, but, of course, some of. the already allocated funds will not be spent for some time. Soma of 'hem involve projects that will takti .icvcrnl years to complete; some 01.' the projects must be suspended during the winter in the northern purl: of the country. Thus, although nearly $3,000,000,000 has been allocated, only about half of the allocated funds will lie actually speut by the end of the present fiscal yeaf on next June 30. Thus the government hopes to continue its "priming" of the heavy goods industries over a period ot ak leaat three years. SPECIAL PRICES On Two 1033 Dodges. 1034 Prices Will Bo Higher. MARSTON'S Block East of Hnnford Hotel SCANDIA COAI, la (firing satisfaction. S7 a. ton delivered. City scale weights. Get what you pay for nnrt pay for what you get. HOMETOWN Phone 409 422 N. Monroe FOU SALE 1930 Chevrolet Sport Coupe. Kuna and looks like new. .Reasonable for cash. Some household goods. Leaving for Germany. PHONE 3i)97 636 South Jncksoii OPERATOR of marble games closing out machines at $5. Buy one for the home. Phone 2153W. FOR SALE Potatoes 89c 100 Ibs., largo size S1.05 100 !bs,, 20c ppck. Apples i!8c- Ijushel, 8 Ibs. 25c. Onions SOc a bushel. Carrots 75c a bushel. A 4 foot Christmas tree given free with each $1.50 order. EARLS FRUIT CO. Phone 1138 1509 S. Federal or Nora Springs, la. BIG IfELLOW POPCORN for sale at Proctor's, 5o a pound. Will deliver 10 Ibs. or more. Phono 1597 or coll at 15th and Ky. S. E. FOR SALE--Rocking horse. 1272. FOR SALE--Nearly new Charter Oak parlor stove, bargain, new Meadows pressing machine, half price. Laplner Motor Company. Highest Value! USED CARS! Lowest Prices! CAR KADIOS, HEATERS or WINTER ACCESSORIES are the most practical "·--·" Christmas gifts. 1029 Ford Tudor, A-l condition. I9SO rTord Sedan. 1928 Ford Truck. I9SO Chevrolet Coach. 1931 Dodge Coupe, best al shape. 1930 Ford Truck, perfect. 1039 Chrysler Sedan. A full lino on display at our acx»- sory department. Fords--All Models--Priced to Sell Wagmer Motor any S A L E S 111 l«t 3. E. Opp. Old P. O F O R D l«t 3. E. Auto Trucks 80 FOR SALE--International 2 ton, ( cylinder .ihort wheelbase, dua tires. International Motor Trucks Ph. 20. Arrival of Burlington Railroad in Iowa Was Colorful Celebration IOWA CITY -- A triumvirate of men--a lawyer, a financier, and an engineer -- brought the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy railroad to Iowa. Tlie lawyer, James F. Joy, was destined to see his name become a synonym for the entire Burlington system. The financier, John M. Forbes, gave to the Burlington "character and stability" which stingulshed it sharply from most other roads of that day. The engineer, John W. Brooks, served as a director oC the Burlington for a ·score of years and as president of .he Iowa and Nebraska divisions. The nucleus from which the present day Burlington system develop- id was the Aurora Branch railroad, a company that had been incorporated in 1849 to build a single or double track railroad from Aurora to West Chicago. By a process of consolidation Jay and his col- eapues were able to connect with .he Mississippi at both Burlington, Iowa, and Quincy, III. Large sums were raised by local capital but It was the millions of dollars sutascrtb- ed by the eastern financiers that made possible the welding: of this chain between Lake Michigan and the Mississippi. The story ia told by William J. Peter.scn In "The Palimpsest." The arrival of the iron horse on the bonks of the Mississippi opposite Burlington on March 17, 1855, was a proud event in tho history of that city. A grand celebration was held in May at which the "beauty and fashion" and "chivalry and power" of Ottumwa, Agency City, Falrfield, Mount Pleasant, New London, Keokuk, Davenport and other Iowa towns mingled with the "selected" elegance and talent of the east. Arriving in 10 "superb" passenger cars drawn by the "huge and gallant Iron horse." the guest.t, among whom were Lewi* CBSS, Stephen A. Douglas and Mayor Boone of Chicago, received a warm greeting by the reception committee headed by Gov. James W. Orimes. The Burlington was the second railroad to reach the Mississippi opposite Iowa, the Rock Island having arrived in 1854. . CLERKS, STENOS TAKE SAMPLES Delegates to Hearings at Washington Bring Their Products Along. By RUBY A. BLACK Globe-Gazette Washington Bureun WASHINGTON--Rayon stock- Ing-;?, spices, citrus fruit, bottles o£ milk and dried dates are nomc oC the free articles that clerks ami stenographers In the department of agriculture have been carrying homa to their families recently. It seems that when delegates come to the public hearings on mar. keting agreements under the agricultural adjustment act, they nrrc very apt to bring with them samples of their Industry to illustrate their points and products. It also seems that, after the hearings, the chief hearing clerk is expected to laka said samples and file them away for some obscure reason or other. However, a bottle of milk cannot be kept indefinitely, nor cloe.5 n, pound of butter improve after a, month at the back of a dusty nhclf. Therefore, with magnificent concentration, the chief hearing clerk, has grown accustomed to whistling loudly and staring out of the window at closing time each nighf: while giggling stenographers nnci hungry eyed clerks argue amcny themselves as to who shall have the box of spices, the nnmples of cotton. underwear, the big Juicy grapefruit, or whatever it is that has come back from n finished hearing that day. No report has been made as to whether there was evidence presented at the recent distillers' and brewers' hearings, and, if 30, who kept the evidence. A peaceful and well fed silence veils the department, of agriculture these days. Accident Injuries Fatal to Iowa Man SHENANDOAH, Dec. 13. VD--In- juries suffered when a falling Umh broke his ladder and knocked him tn the sidewalk while he wn.i trimming' a tree ca\iscI the death of Martin, Middaugh, 32.

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