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»r MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, AUGUST 8 1935 TWENTY-ONE Y\'3 LJld T+'o II 0 That Has Kept You From Taking a Vacation, Let Globe-Gazette Want Ads Help You. Clear Out Your Attic or Basement and Sell Those "White Elephants." G-G Want Ads Sell! Ph. 3800. ./I'll I Classified Advertising Information Fifteen cents a line nrst insertion. Tea cents a lino tor ezcb consecutive «ub- ·Cqiient insertion. (Count five average worda to the line). Seven insertions art) given for tho price of six. CLASSIFIED -DISPLAY ADVERTISING 70 ccnta yer column inch each Insertion. A discount or IS per cent will te allowed on all classili-jd advertisements paid lor at tbo time of Insertion or not later than 3 days thereafter. No credit extended for cla-islflcd advertising if there is an account thirty day* old or more. A l j out-of-town ads arc payable la advance. All refunds on Want Ads must be called for within 30 flays of the cancellation date of the order. Minimum cbarsi for slngU advertisement, 25 cents. Answsr to "blind" advertisements must be addre33«d to the latter stated In the ad., earn of the Globe-Gazette. Under no circumstances will the Globe-Gazette reveal the name of those Inset-tins "blind" advertisements. PHONE 3800 between 8 a, m. and 0 p. m. and ask lor the Ad Taker. INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications are numbered according to the position in which they appear in the section. Agents 3B /.pts, lor Rent .. 5 Amusements .... 7 /- uto Accessories 82 AiilOB for Sale .. 19 Sale 47 Kent 46 39 11 10 ..A79 BO 81 16 Auto Storage Auto Truck ... Auto Repairing Beauty Parlors Board. Room . Bonds , , . . . . , Burial Vaults . Elds. Materials . 43 Business L o c a- tlons 37 Business Opportunities ..,.,.. 29 Cafe?, Restaurants . ..A 9 ..A 3 17 Card or Thanks 2 Chiropodist Cf.lropractora . Cleaners, Dyers Cottages Dcaiti Notices . Dentists 1.1 . 14 . IS .A49 . 1 ..A37 Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 Educational Opportunities 40 Electrical service 61 Employment Service A30 Farm for Sale ., 50 Farms Tor Rent .AfiO . Farm Machinery Si Florists 4 Fouds AM Funeral Directors 3 Furs iy Garafjc for Rent 68 tiarage for Sole 69 Gardens 41 G i f t s . . . . . 60 Help \V a n t e d , with inv 30 Help W a n t e d , Female Hcip W a n t e d . Male 32 Help w a n t e d . Male. Female A3fi Hide. Wool. Furs 78 Household Goods 73 Houses for Houses for instruction . insurance ,... investment . In Mcmoriaru ...A Job P r i n t i n g .... 20 Laundries 21 Livestock for Sale 52 Location Wanted 65 Lust and Found R Lots for Sale ... 8 Machinery 51 Milk 22 Misc. for Sale ... 5. r t Llisc. for Kent .. 5fi Money to Loan .. S Monuments A Musical Instr. ... 58 N u r s e r y Stock ,. 57 Optometrists ,. ..Al.'i Offices Tor Kent 63 Oftlce Furn.. Fix. AB:i Office Equlpt. ... 6* Osteopaths 15 Painting. Decor. 2-1 personal? t Photographers .. 2,'i PlumbifiE. Ht£. ,. 26 Poultry, ERRS .. 7f Kadio Supplies ., 27 Real Estate .... 66 Rooms for Rent 44 Sale or Trade .. .A38 Sale or Rent ...A47 Salesladies 31 Seeds. Feeds Sen' Offered Situation Wtd. Stamps, Coins F.latloncry Stocks . . . Summer Cottages 67 S^-ap Service . . . 3S Travel Bureau . .A 5 Trade or Exch. - 42 L'l)ho1?terlng ____ 59 Wtd. to Borrow . 77 Wtd. to Buy .... 75 Wtd.. MIsc ...... A75 Wtd. to Rent . . . "6 \ \ c a r l n p Apparel 70 Money to Loon M O N f l T For All Purposes \Ve make cash loans up 1o SSOO on Autos, Furniture, etc. Cars refinanced and payments reduced. Home Loan Finance COMPANY 304 FORESTERS BLOC,. i Salesmen 35 WANTED--5 salesmen with cars lo sell Delco light. Apply 117 So. Del. Ave., Mason City, Iowa, Autos for Sale 79 MEN Wanted for Rawleigh routes in South Franklin and southwest Butler counties. Write today. Ravv- leigh Co.. Dept. IAH-380-SB, Freeport. 111. Business Locations 37 EVERY DAY - - - "Lo Tom, why the smile?'' "Hi Jerry . . . the smile? . . . my budget is balanced. I've just made a loan, all my bills are paid." "That's an idea, Tom. Where did you get the money?" "I saw Mr. Humphrey at the UNITED FINANCIAL SERVICE. Jerry, he makes borrowing money a pleasure!" United Financial Service 8 First St. N. W., First Door West of Adams Drug: Co. Phone 1114 FOR RENT--Barber shop in Palace pool hall. 113 S. Fed. SPECIALS IN USED CARS TRUCKS 1929 Dtirant Coach 1932 Reo Coupe in perfect condition 1I30 CMC 2'/ z Ton Truck 1930 Rco 3 Ton Truck Swap Service 38 SWAP--Electric radio or battery radio for stock or machinery. Write WW-8, Globe-Gazette. REO SALES SI Phone 774 722 South Federal SWAP--Rebuilt U H. P. motor for motors that will not run. Write HH-6, Globe-Gazette. Three times or less offering a "SWAP" costs nothing. The 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 Want Ad counter. For every line over 3 lines, besides 10 cents for each answer, regular rates will be charged. MONEY 'I Rooms for Rent 44 Farms for Sale BOB FAKM pay ro.nl when S3.JJ7 50 For BUILDING, REFINANCING OB Blil'ING A HOME Mason City Loan and Investment Co. FOR RENT --Sips, rm. 3 largo windows, $2.50. 121 N. Jefferson. ! FOR RENT--Slpg. nn. 13 6 N. E. LOAN PLANS J on furniture Z on aiitos 3 on diamonds 4 on salary f on personal signature 20 REPAYMENT PLANS Reduced Rates North Iowa's Oldest Loan Company SECURITY LOAN CO. 321 1st Natl. Bk. Phone 412 FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. Ph. 10S7. FOR RENT--Rooms for light housekeeping. See J. B. Youngblood. Youngblood Bldg. FOR RENT-- Rms. Call 1S22. Why pay rc-nt when S3.!)7 per acre per year will maUe you the owner of tins 120 acre farm. Located in Worth county, IOWM, about 40 rods East of Silver Lake Store and Creamrry. or 7 miles west and 2 miles north ot Northwood. Good K room house recently repaired and painted, fair barn with shed attached, other good outbuildings. Can he had for $1,700 down, balance on terms averaging $476 per year. If you can qualify. Ibis f a r m is also ! bonded to protect your family, your j credit, your investment and your home. Other farms in this locality, all kinds, nil sizes, on similar terms. See at the Winifred Hotel, N o r t h wood, Iowa, week starting Monday, August, ijtb, or write me at 120-i Register .fc Tribune Building, DCS Aloines, Jowa. M. J. Isebrands, Authorized Representative, Aetna Life Insurance Company. API,, for 4? I SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR RENT--4 rma. and bath 419 2 N. E. M O N E Y TO LEND ON MASON CITY HOMES To buy, build, remodel or refinance. Frompt closings at lowest rates. INVESTIGATE WITHOUT OBLIGATION E. W. CLARK CO. 204 Forester's Bldg. FOR RENT--Mod. f u r n . cool 2 rm. 1st flr. apt., pri. ent. Toilet, telephone, refrig. J4 week. Ph. 4261. For Rent--Small furn. apt. 4095W. 20 acres $1,600. 80 acres $7,200. 80 acres $0,000. 140 at $60 acre. ICO at $55 acre, 160 at $5(5 acre. 80 acres in Buller Co. st $4,000. All well im- i proved and well located. Also a I large list of other farms to choosi* j from. Must be seen 1o he nppre- 1 elated. FOR RENT--1st fir. apt. Ph. 29S!. FOR RENT--1 rm. furn. apt., 1 slpg. rm. 110'i S. Del. Ph. 301. T. W. GILPIN NOKTHWOOD Offices for Rent 63 FOR RENT--Desirable office rooms attractive rent. .See J. B. Youngblood, Youngblood Building. Office Furn., Fix. A63 FOR SALE--Good oak roll top desk. 416 N. Del. Household Goods 73 FOR SALE--Oil range, table, ice box, gas range, bed. 211 2 S. W. FOR SALE--Frigidaire half horse compressors with coils. Ph. 99R Chicago Meat and Grocery. Wanted to Buy 75 WANT To buy good used car. Prefer coupe, late model. Write Z-6, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--All kinds or used furniture. Call us before you sell Grahams. Phone 301. CASH PAID for power and light companies preferred stocks. N Chapman, 1025 2nd N. W. WANTED -- Used furniture. Joe Gosa. 212 South Federal. Ph. 9-12. WANTED--To buy grain separator. 22 or 24 inch. Carl Nelson, Ly'c. M i n n . FOR RENT--2, 3 rm. apt. Ph. 2051. FOR RENT--Mod. f u r n . apt. 240.3J. FOR RENT--Unfurn. 5 rm. mod. apt., ovpr Princess Cafe. Inq. at cafe. FOR SALTS--Bargains in N. Iowa farms of all sizes. Weathcrly Realty Co., S 1 .-. 2nd St. S. E. Farm Machinery 51 FOR SALE--New easy lift d u m p end gate. Ph. 439. Chiropractors 14 THOUSANDS depend upon Chiropractic for health. Why not you 7 Dr. Ziegler. D. C. 21% S. Fed. 229. Optometrists A 1 5 OPTICAL service, the best at no extra cost. See Dr. Knutson, Opt., Weir Bldg. Reasonable prices. Beauty Parlors 16 PERMANENT WAVES, $1, $1.50, S1.98 and S2.50. Shampoo and finger wave 50c. Ph. 3011, call for Le Moderne Annex. 212V Z N. Fed. Ave. Funeral Directors McA OLEY Funeral home -- Com- · plete service day and night. 8 S Adams. Phone 651. MEY F.R FUNERAL HOME -- Dependable service. 126 Third St. N. E. Phone 1505. PATTERSON FUNERAL HOME-A service for those who care. Ambulance. 322 N. Wash. Phone 114U. RANDALL Funeral Home--Ambulance service. 104 3rd St. N. E. Ph. 511. C. E. Snipps, H. B. Major. Florists LET Us help you with the floral arrangements for your wedding. Experienced salespeople. Kemblcs Greenhouse. Ph. 55. Personals MADAM FONNE1' Spiritual Adviser IJ in trouble, unhappy, worried over business, family or love affairs, this gifted lady will truthfully advise and help you. All readings confidential. Special readings 50 cents. 7251/2 N. Fed. 9 a. m. to 9:00 p. m. Sun. 10-7. KARLOTTA, Crystal Gazer, readings. Kariotta Cottage, Bayside. WANTED--2 or 3 passengers to accompany me to Los Angeles or vicinity at small expense. Inquire 634 So. Jersey Ave. Money to Loan NEED MONEY) This well financed company can make immediate Loans Anywhere in North Iowa Up to S300.00 " On Personal Property. See, Phone or Write FUEE INFORMATION C. L. Pine Loan Company Diagonally Opposite 1st Natl. Bank 204 Weir Bids., Mason City, Iowa Business Opportunities 29 FOR SALE--Oil station, garage". Mclntire, Iowa, Chris Hansen. Help Wanted, Female 31 WANTED--Bxp. girl for gen'!, hsewk. Mrs. Egloff, 727 N. Car. Help Wanted, Male 32 MUST Have automotive brake man at once. Experienced man preferred. Work in Mason City, age 21-30. Write F-6, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--At once 1st class oar- ber. Chas. Gilbert. WANTED--A hustler to raise poultry and vegetables in southern state. 40 acres, good business proposition. Write N-S, Globe-Ga- xette. DISTRIBUTORS for the largest and best selling five cent nut pul- verizer on the market. Route now- being established for party selected. Route will pay a commission of from $40 to S60 a week. Reasonable deposit requireo on merchandise and equipment. Mr. Welter, Hotel Hanford, 4 to 8 p. m. FOR RENT--3 unfurn. rms. and batn apt., 2 Murphy berts. Ph. 210. FOR RENT--Apts., furn. or un- furn., see J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. FOR RENT--3 rm. apt. 712 N. Mad. FOR RENT--4 rm. mofl. apt. 2477. FOR RENT--3 and 4 rm. furn, or unfurn. apt. Ph. 2357. FOR RENT-- Furn. or unfurn. ground floor mod. apt. 103 N. Pcnn. RENT--Unfurnished 3 or ·! room apartment, available Aug. 17. 423 N. Penn. FOR SALE--S used threshers. 14 tractors, 1 blower elevator , 2 atone pulverizers, 3 silo fillers. 6 shredders, 5 portable mills. Mielkc, New Hampton, Iowa. Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 Wanted, Misc. A75 WANTED--To rent or buy Tent Sx 10, to use for show at fairs. Write D-8, Globe-Gazette. 76 Here's Mary Ann, Cabby's Girl Friend Heroine of Popular Strip Is Today's Cut-Out Paper Doll Wanted to Rent WANTED TO RENT--80 to 1ii() acre f a r m . Complete equipment, clear. W r i t e B-8 Globe-Gazette. 79 Autos for Sale FOR. SALE--Real bargain! M n r - mon aedan, 8 cylinder, pemvt condition. See Earl Taylor, 4th and Crescent. Copyright, lOflo, hy fcnlm! Priwi Association, Inc. FOR SALE--Water Spaniel p u p pies rea'able, 717 Crescent place. FOR SALE--Two male Persian k i t tens, one yellow and one black. 33 5th N. E. Machinery 54 Houses for Rent 46 FOR RENT--4 rm. partly mod. house. Inq. 1527 N. Jeff. HOUSE for rent $30. Lorenz. 280. RENT your home from Briar-Geer. List property with Briar-Geer. Buy from Briar-Geer. Ph. 3414. FOR RENT--Bungalow. Ph. 1255. 4 rms. N. W. Section $10 4 rms. N. Section, heated $25 6 rras. South Side S27 4 rm. Apt. heated $30 5 rm. Apt. heated $40 9 rnis. close In. 2 families, fur. S65 H. A. DWELLE Phone 1300 or 2269J FOR RENT--1530, 7 rms., mod., redecorated, 4 rm. mod. apt., close in. W. L. Fatten. Foresters Bldg. Cottages A46 FOR SALE, TRADE OR RENT-Lake shore cottage. Mrs. W. H. Griebling. Ph. 1634. FOR SALE--One 8 horse and one 3 horse boiler; one 5 ton ice machine, priced to sell. Must sell this week. Ph. 1F22. Misc. for Sole Furniture Auction 55 SATURDAY--2 T. M. 415 W. State I'hone 11!)7 All kinds of furniture and Model T sedan and one trailer. Bring what you have to sell. G. W. WILLERT. Anct. For Sale--2 10 gal. visible gns pumps. S. P. Skovgaard, Cl. Lake. FOR SALE--OU and gas stoves, furniture, rugs, shoes, piano, cots. So. Side Exchange, 341 S. Federal. ATTENTION! Orchestra Men, Anyone With a Large Family A b e a u t i f u l JJncoln Seven rassen- g'fir Sedan. ITsed by one owner and positively as tfood as new. Tires t h a t will last 35,000 miles and a motor that will run a million. Upholstering spotless. Hot water beater. Everything" do luxe and ready for lots of comfortable driving. License now only !U) a year on this car and anyone can afford to drive it. \Ve. want to soil t h i s car quick. Its worth five h u n - dred of anyone's money but ivr'll take S250 from the first'buyer. Will give a thousand mile driving trial on this ear. LAPINER MOTOR COMPANY Reliable For 20 Years Mary Ann Johnson--here she is. Cabby's i pretty little girl friend, as a cut-out paper i doll in response to the many, many requests for a Mary Ann doll received from young readers of The Globe-Gazette. Mary Ann today presents two of her frocks--attractive little costumes which we know you will be very eager to try on just to see how she looks in them. Joe King and William Ritt, who create the' "Gabby" strip, say they'd be happy to do more dolls for you--say, cur-outs with costumes of Rita La Roya and, perhaps, Mom Gibbs. Would you like to add them to your collecfion? If you would, write the editor of The Globe-Gazette and tell him so. \ V , FOR SALE--New and used siloa W. M. Pedelty, Mason City. FOR SALE--Clothing, dishes, etc. 115 5th St. S. W. Ph. 2989." WILHELM Motor and tractor oil 40c gal., plus tax. Try our 3 gal can. Hometown. 422 N. Monroe. | FOR SALE--9S Ib. flour sacks. Toe doz. Call 50. Houses for Sale 47 Services Offered A3 3 WANTED -- Dressmaking, alterations, relining 1 . Best city references. Ph. 4261. WANTED--Quilting and tying. Call at 1531 N. Penn. FARMERS -- General remodeling, cement, brick, carpenter work and painting. Free estimates. General Contractors, Martin Hulke, Ph. 1419 and 1377. WANTED--Housekeeping. References. Write H-6, Globe-Gazette. LAWN Mowers sharpened, wringer rolls for every machine. Saw Shop. 228 S. Fed. Phone 782. MONEX TO LOAN on Mason City home. Alliance Investment Co. Pbone 849. READY Monry for f a r m loan.s. prompt closing. W. L. ration. Foresters Bldg. LAWN Mowers sharpened, furniture. -415 W. State. Ph. 1497. Mowers sharpenca. H W. Hathorn. Salesladies 34 WANTED--2 women for special sales work. Write giving qualifications and phone number. G-6. Globe-Gazette. Salesmen 35 EXPERIENCED Salesman to sell new and fast growing development on farms. Reliable company and necessary assistance. Write H- 8, Globe-Gazette. y FOR SALE--Large 5 rm. mod. bung, beautiful yard. 242 15 st S.E. FOR SALE--By owner, modern 5 room bungalow, garage, close in. Write Z-7, Globe-Gazette. Sole or Renr A47 FOR SALE OR RENT--Service station with cabins, also service station with store in connection. S.'iOO will handle either. Write L-l, Globe- Gazette. Lots for Sale 48 LOTS For sale, ?1 a wk. Lorenz. Acreages A48 FOR SALE--Improved acreage. Ph. 50. FOR RENT--T acres, new set buildings, near city on Plymouth road. Ph. 24F4. FOR SALE--120 A. improved near Mason City. 560 A.: -10 A. well improved near Clear Lake, a snap .7. F. Palmeter, No. 9. Cerro Gordo Bldg., Clear Lake. Farms for Sale 50 FOR RENT--160 acres in Sec. 21, Twp. 99 N. R. 21 W. 5th P. M. Worth county, Iowa, known as the former Lansrud farm, six miles NW of Kensett. Iowa. I n q u i r e Earl Minear, 1009 Kahl Building, Davenport. i Iowa. HEAVY MATS SIZE 18'/ 2 x21 2c E A C H The Dry Mats are excellent for lining garages, chicken nouses, coal bins, cellars, cabin walls, weatherboarding, sound proofing or insulation. Not suited for outside surfacing or drawing use. We have a number which may be bought for only 2 cents each. Call Business Office. Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--Used outboard Jonnson Evenrude and Alto motors. Touristville Boat Livery, Clear Lake FOR SALE--Used oil burner suitable for 6 or 8 rm. house. Good as new. Kelroy Fuel Furnace Co. Transportation Value the only measurement nf ji Used, Car's Worth S E E T H E S E 1932 FOKD V-8 T V D O R. Factory reconditioned Motor. All new rubber. This i« the nicest '32 V-8 \vc have had this year. A bargain. .$335.00 IflSO MODKL A TUDOK. All steel body. Safety glass i n windshield. Good rubber. iVEoto'r in guarnntc.ed condition. Just try to duplicate this for .'. S233.00 1929 MODEL A 3 WINDOW SEDAN. Karl-Keen trunk. Most of the safety features of a modern car. The best working one you have driven in a long time .. .$235.00 1927 N A S H SEDAN. The tires, battery and license since the first of the year (·ost. SX5.00. Buy t h e ' c a r for t h i s S 85.00 Many others--all bargains. WAGNER MOTOR CO. 202 first St. S. E. Phone 922 Autos for Sale 79 SEE SEE GALLAGHER'S USED CARS LATE MODEL DEMONSTRATORS .1935 1'onliae 8 Coach, save ..!$·$? 2--1935 1'ontiac 6 Sedans, save $$$ 1934 Pontiac Sedan, like new 1934 Pontiac Coach, low mileage 1934 Plymouth De Luxe Coach, clean 1B33 Chevrolet Coupe, save I9S2 I'lymotifh Coupe, air wheels ]930 Ford Coach, priced to sell 1929 Chevrolet Coach, cheap J9SO Buick Sedan 3929 Oldsmnblle Coupe, cheap 2--1926 Chevrolet Sedans, your choice $45 We Trade--We Give Terms John Gallagher, Inc. PONTIAC 6 8 SALES SERVICE 25-27 2nd S. E. Phone 1567 Open Evenings and Sundays Foods A55 FOR SALE--Cucumbers and sweet corn. 1315 4 S. E. FOR SALE--Cucumbers and heels for pickles. Call- Krieger's, 3959. FOR SALE--1931 Ford pickup completely overhauled and refinishe-j. Don't f a i l to see this one if looking for cheap transportation. S. R. Chevrolet Co., Inc. Lodges and Societies i. o. o. r. LoniiF, NO. iz« I2'/i E. STATE PHONES 'JI4IIV-2H.I Mcetlnc each Tuesday evening 8 P. K. E. S LEAK-AN. N O. 1187 llnrl riPRret Tues.. A U K . 13. Four c o u n t y picnic. P. M. Pdrk, Sun.. Auc. 18. WAY11A* CLU.SSON. Rcc. Sec'y. 3467 A. F. CHOF.UH, nn. gtc'y. 277-1W LOVAI. OIinKK OF MOOSE MOOSE HALL--2nd AND S. FEDERAL Phone 1278 Meets first, third and rourtfi Tuesday! cf each month. A*. P. CHAMBERLAIN. Dictator. 2510 S. Federal. WILLIAM UROTH, Sec'J. Phone 3038W NEW POTATOES Per Peck ]2r ORANGKS--Per Dor,. I2c Earls Fruit Market 1603 S. Fed. Phone 1138 FOR SALE--Early Ohio potatoes. 50c bu. We deliver. Pli. 17F31. Musical Instruments 58 FOR SALE-- 7 t u b e radio Sfi.UO. Call mornings. 231 25|h S. W. GOOD USED CARS With a Better Guarantee J. H. MARSTON I -2 Block East of Hanford Hotel Chrysler and Plymouth LEGAL NOTICE OTK:K OK AMKMIMENT TO ARTICLKS OF IXrOltl'ORATIOV OF THE HAS- W R O K K VA.BPS COMPANY TO WHO.Y IT MAY C O N C E R N : P u b l i c noMce i.« hereby fclven t h a t a I n special ir.eetins of « I P stockholdds or tht ) Hftsbrouck Yards Company, a corporali-jn d u l y rtrKanl7*d u n r l r r the laws of the State ol Iowa. i]f!il -it t h e Corporation's principal j'lncr nf huslruss In Ma*on C i t y . luwa, on i h e 20th day r-f Mny A, IX. ISSS. a f t e r due ) n:id k-nal n o t i c e had hrcn sivcn ti the { Ar;ir!*P of Jnrorp'-iration and t h e laws of I t h e S t a i n , the Articles of I n c o i p o r a t i d n of j Miri (joimmny \v«re amended hy M i l k i n g out ! A r i l c l e Tt;rc* t h r r c f t o m and inserting in j lieu aicreof thr following: ARTICLE T H R K K "Tim Contra l i n n shall r o m m e n r p huM- j ni'FS on t h e first, day of J a n u a r y , lJt'^0. «nd contlmif u n t i l Mny 21. 19,"!. p ., w i t h t n c riRht ! nf i c n c w a i . tinles* sooner dissolved ly three- j ]ur!h? of the votes," I D a i p f l at Mason C i t y , lov,-a. t h i s 27lh i flay o£ J n l v A. H.. 1935. ! H A S B H O U C K Y A R D S T O M P A N V Ry H. R. H a s p r f i i i r k . Prcsnirnt, ; A. W. Bucchck, Secretary. I John C. Shiplfy, Attorney. NOTICE OF A M E N D M E N T TO ARTK I.KS OK I N C O R P O R A T I O N OK THE HAS- BHOL'CK LUMBER COMFAM' TO WHOM IT MAY C O N C E R N : Public n o i i r f ! In hf.rcby R i v e n t h f i t at a pecial m c e t l n c of the stockholders of i h « a.iforoiicrt Lumber C o m p a n y , a corpora linn r-uty tifKa.ni7.ed u n d e r the laws nl the Sl/i(e Iowa, htltt at the Corporation's p r i n c i p a l plate of business In Mason City, Imva, on the 20!h day of f£ay A, D.. 193,1, a f t e r and IPK«! notice had h r n n Biven t u '.h; rkholders thereof in c o n f o r m i t y \viih I t f A n k l e s of Incorporation and the laws of hi; S l a l c , t h e Articles of I n r o r p n r n i l n n «f ; «id O o m n f n y were amended hy MriMnj; AUI A r t i c l e Three t h e r e f r o m and inserting in lieu thereof ihe f o l l o w i n g : ARTICLE THREE "This Corporation shall cummenne bual- npss on thr first, day of February. ]!M8. fi"tl r n n t l n i i B u n t i l May 21. 193.',, w i t h the rlfilit nf renewal, unlesw sooner dissolved by three- f o u r l h s of t h n votes." f i R i f d nt Mason Citv. Town, (his 27lh day of J u l y A. D.. 1935. HASBROUCIv LUMBER C O M P A N Y . By H, B. Hastiionck. Pi-c.iMrnt. A. W. Bucchelc. Secretary. .7nhn C. Shipley, A t t o r n e y . a n d en (Ting's, The money i n ' l u d f f i M silver dollars and 250 Indian^ head pennies. Waterloo Police Hunt Apartment Burglar WATERLOO, Aug. 8. (/Pi--Police today were looking for the burglar who yesterday took money and jewelry to a total value of $350 from the apartments of Mr. and Mrs. Kmite McClain. Rath-Peek building, and Misses Evelyn Anderson and R u t h Donaldson, Brockwell Arms. The thief entered a third apartment, that of Miss Mildred Morse in the Brockwell Arms, and broke open a cedar chest, but took nothing. Included in the loot were 537.50 cash, watches, rings, pins GIRL RECOVERS AFTER RESCUE Companion in Escape From Mountain Ledge Lies ; Seriously Hurt. : YOSEMITE, Cal.. Aug. 8. OVi -Rescued from a perilous perch 2,000- feet above the floor of Yosemit^ ' valley, Miss Elizabeth Lorimer, 23, , was recovering from her harrowing·'·· experience today. Forest rangers. Rising ropefl, I brought Miss Lorimer ami Robert- Tato, 35. down the precipitous" granite mountainside yesterday. For a full night the two had clung.,, to scanty footing that stood be- ' tween them and death. Miss Lorimer, whose home is in Chicopee, Mass., was unscathed, but Tale had to be brought down over the sharply sloping mountainside on a stretcher. Miss Lorimer .said she was wedged between two boulders on the ledge."T b u i l t a fire and called for help . It was awfully cold there. I had to hold on to the rocks d u r i n g thvV- night but was t h a n k f u l for the cold I because it kept me awake." Livestock Auction Sale Clear Lake, Iowa Electric Stockyards Highway No. 106 STARTING AT 1 P. M. /"* A T T I F ' l° Q d °f Montana Hereford V*M ' ' l ° C heifers, about 600 Ibs. Our usual run of stackers, butcher stuff, bulls, springing cows and heifers. 1 f)f) !-IOr^i Consisting of thin sows and I W nWVJJ feeding pigs. Wagon with triple box, 2 wagons with fodder racks, 1 wagon with hay rack, manure spreader, gang plow, McCormick corn binder. SALES HELD IN PAVILION RAIN OR SHINE AUCTIONEERS--Harold Ames, Ben Mouw CLERKS--H. H. Crane, Virgil Brown

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