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Mason City, Iowa
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 20 SEVENTEEN THIS COLD WEATHER DOESN'T KEEP GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT ADS FROM WORKING, AND IF YOU CANNOT BRING YOUR AD IN, JUST TELEPHONE IT ... 3800 Death Notices 1 BOWLES, Thomas Carrington, 74, who resided at 712 Jefferson avenue northwest, died at a local hospital about 4:45 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Funeral services will be held at the Patterson funeral home at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon, with the Rev. Alexander S. Carlson in charge. Burial will be at Memorial Park cemetery. The Patterson funeral home in charge. PEARCE, Simon, 74, died at his home, 612 Twelfth street northeast, early Wednesday morning. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Randall funeral home, with the Rev. Clarence E. Flynn, pastor of the First M. E. church, in charge of services. Burial will be at Elmwood cemetery. The Randall funeral home in charge. SMITH, C. K., 88, died at the home of his daughter in Minneapolis Tuesday. Funeral services will be held at the Randall funeral home at 1 o'clock Friday afternoon, with the Rev. Alexander S. Carlson of the Congregational church in charge. Burial will be at Rockwell. The Randall funeral home in charge. Card of Thanks WE WISH to thank our friends and neighbors for their kindness and consideration during the illness and death of our husband, father, and son. We also want to thank the men who kept the roads open for us. ' Mrs. Gladys Cutler. Vern and June Cutler. Mrs. Clara Cutler and family. Funeral Directors McAULEY Funeral Home -- Com' plete service day and night. 8 S. Adams. Phone 651. MEYER 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 1HO. RANDALL Funeral Home--Ambulance service. 104 3rd St. N. E. Ph. 511 C. E. Snipps, H. B. Major. -Burial Vaults A3 MEMORIAL PARK--"The Cemetery Beautiful." Perpetual maintenance. Office 612, I. O.F. Bldg. Ph. 172 or 1827J. G. M. Woodruff. Florists FOR HOME USE, for the sickroom, for funerals, for every occasion our fresh stock of home grown flowers is available. Kemble's. Ph.55. Money to Loan YOURCAR Is the source of READY CASH. Need extra cash? Want to refinance? Will loan you up to $300. United Financial Service First St. N. W. Phone 1414 MONEY To Loan On Farm Lands and Mason City Rea! Estate. Excellent Terms and Rates. E. W. CLARK CO. ...... 20i Forester's Bldg. AUTO LOANS FURNITURE LOANS Home Loan Finance COMPANY 204 Forester's Bldg. TOTAL COST FOR A $50 LOAN For 5 Months. Other Amounts in Proportion Security Loan Co. Phone 412 321-lst Nat'l. Bank LOANS Up to $300.00 ANYWHERE IN NORTH IOWA Made to Responsible Families or Individuals NO SIGNERS NO ENDORSERS lour Own Security Only. Fay Interest on only actual unpaid balances for actual number of days used. Prompt, Private, Friendly Service. Always. See, Phone or Write us for FREE INFORMATION C. L. Pine Loan Company Diagonally Opposite 1st Nat'l. Bank 204 Weir Bldg., Mason City, Iowa MONEY for purchasing-Money for building-Money for refinancing homes at 5% and up. The satisfactory type of loan. Mason City Loan Investment Co. 309 E. STATE MONEY TO LOAN on Mason City home. Alliance Investment Co. 'Phone 849 Money to Loon MONEY -- MONEY Our office at ID'/-. North Federal is OPEN each week day until 6 p. m. Stop in anytime for a LOAN. HUMPHREY SSESS Real Estate Loans A8 MORTGAGE LOANS ON North Iowa Farms--1V2%--5% Mason City Real Estate--59b--69i Prompt Service--Small Expense Choice Mortgages for sale. HUGH H. SHEPARD 502-508 Foresters Bldg. Phone 284 Mason City, Iowa Houses For Sole 47 FOR SALE--Brand new, 5 room, brick bungalow. Phone 909. FOR SALE--Modern 7 rm. house, well located, close in. $400 cash down, balance on easy terms. Beck Bros. Co. Acreages A48 FOR RENT--14 A. at Rockford, la., suitable for chicken ranch, dairy or garden. C- W. Brentner, Nora Springs. Iowa. Farms For Sale 50 Optometrists A15 IF YOUR eyes are failing see Dr. Knutson, Opt., Weir Bldg., and get the best in optical service. Beauty Parlors 16 Our Guaranteed Permanent Waves Complete--Only £ price until Mar. 1st. Spiral, croquinol or machine- less method. Shampoo, finger wave, rinse and neck clip 50c. Personality haircuts. WILLIAMSON BEAUTY SALON Phone 3742 9 Ninth St. N. E. Business Opportunities 29 FOR RENT--Building suitable for store or beer parlor, ph. 2667. Help Wanted, Male 32 WANTED--An ambitious young man to work in cafe. D-20, Globe- Gazette, Clear Lake. WANTED -- Reliable farm hand. State aga, wages, exp. and ref. Write H-19, Globe-Gazette. Situation Wanted 33 WANTED--Job on farm by exp. married man. Don't drink or smoke. Separate house preferred. D-19, Globe-Gazette, Clear Lake. Services Offered A33 WANTED--Farm work for year by exp. young married couple! Good references. 18 l-lth N. E. PAPERING and Painting rooms, J2 and up. Call Dahlstrom. Ph. 353SJ. REMOVING SNOW and ice from roofs. Ph. 1007. MARRIED MAN wants steady job on farm. Have own trailer house. Wayne Filible, care of Wm, H. Olson, Thompson, Iowa. Salesmen 35 MEN WANTED for Rawleigh routes of SOO families in East Floyd, ' Winneshiek, West Black Hawk counties and Clear Lake. Reliable hustjer should start earning 525 weekly and increase rapidly. Write today. Rawleigh, Dept. IAB- 380-S, Freeport, Hi. Swop Service 38 SWAP--1935 elec. mantel Philco radio for hens. Write DD-19, Globe- Gazette, Clear Lake. SWAP--Storage room and good care for use of piano. Write TJU- 18, Globe-Gazette. Three times or less offering a "SWAP" costs nothing-. The ad must have a Globe-Gazette "Jcey" number and the advertiser will pay 1-0 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. Rooms For Rent 44 For Rent--Warm slpg. rm. 9 N. Ga. FOR RENT--Slpg. rm.; board if desired. Ph. 1901. FOR RENT--2 partly furn. light hskpg. rms. Adults. 401 6 S. E. FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. Ph. 1618. FOR RENT--Elec. plate connection in well furn. slpg. rm. Bath convenient, warm water. 672 E. State. Apts. for Rent 45 FOR RENT--4 rm. mod. apt., gas heat, S25; furn., -water, light and heat. Ph. 3676J. FOR RENT--Mod. furn. hskpg room. 128 9th N. W FOR RENT--Warm nicely furn. 1st floor 2 rm. apt., everything furn., close in. Ph. 2243. FOR RENT furn. apts. 322 3 N. E. FOR RENT--4 rm. mod. heated apt. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. FOR RENT--3 rm. unfurn. apt., with kitchenette, light, gas, water furn. Inj. 217 N. Fed. Avc. FOR RENT--Furn. apt. Heat and water furn. Ph. 2357. FOR RENT--Mod. 1st. floor apt. Adults only. 103 N. Pcnn. For Rent--Mod. 4 rm. unfurn. heated apt, newly dec. 1452 N. Fed. FOR RENT--3 rm. and bath front apt., 2 Murphy beds. Ph. 210. Houses For Rent 46 FOR RENT--8 room house in Grand View addition, newly decorated. Ph. 3159. FOR RENT--House. $18, S20. 522.50. S25 and $27.50. Mod. Garage. W. L. Patton. ion E. State. FOR RENT--6 rm., partly-modern, house at 525 N. Mass. ~Ph. 1140. FOR RENT--3 rm. bungalow. 2477. FOR SALE--40 A. 2 mi. from town on gravelled road, $4.000. Terms. Possession March 1. Write D-18, Globe-Gazette, Clear Lake. REAL BARGAIN 155 acres, all tillable, good black soil. Highly Improved. 9 room house, furnace heat. Fine dairy barn, silo and other outbuildings. Price $75 per acre. Loan $7,000 at 3'ySVo. Possession March 1st. Close to school and small town. T. W. GILPIN Northwood Iowa FOR FARM BARGAINS see T. w. Gilpin, Northwood, Iowa. Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 FOR SALE -- Pups, S3 up. 3965. FOR SALE--Canaries. 301' Fed. Ph. ]278. S. FOR SALE--Thoroughbred cocker Spaniel pups. 622 N. Mad. Misc. For Sale 55 BARGAINS on furniture, heating stoves, o'coats. car chains. B. 0. Exchange, 1408 N. Federal. FOR SALE--Two bobsleds, light and heavy. Fred Boyd, Clear Lake. Foods A55 NORTHERN GROWN POTATOES Large fixe, 9Sc per bag. EARLS FRUIT MKT. 1603 S. Federal Avenue Real Estate 66 DO YOU HAVE an acreage for sale or exchange? W. L. Patton, 109 E. State, Mason City. Garage For Rent 68 FOR RENT--Warm garage. 1238. Wearing Apparel 70 FOR SALE--Black silk dress size 14, $3.95. Write T-20, Globe-Gazette. Household Goods 73 FOR SALE--Used furniture on display at Cadwell Transfer Storage Co. 303 8th S. W. FOR SALE--6x9 Axm. rug, overstuffed suite, clothcspress, 14 pieces antique walnut furniture. 10T 18th St. S. E. Ph. 2168. FOR SALE--Household goods; bargain. Ph. 1490J, 8 S. Virginia. Poultry, Eggs 74 BABY CHICKS--All leading varieties; also Turkey Poults and custom hatching. SPECIAL for eggs set this week, custom hatched at $1.35 per 100 eggs. Van Gerpen Hatchery, Buffalo Center, Iowa. Wanted to Buy 75 WANTED--A gsndcr. Mrs. Laurence Murphy, Riceville, la, Rt. 2. HIGHEST Prices paid tor killer horses. Ph. 2731R2. WANTED--Used rurnlfure. Joe GOES, 212 South Federal. Ph. 942. HIGHEST Cash prices paid for old gold jewelry, watch cases, dental scraps, etc. Blanchard Jewelry. WANTED---Wood for kitchen range. Ph. 2049J after 6 p. m. Wanted to Rent 76 WANTED--To rent 4 or 5 rm. house. Write J-19, Globe-Gazette. Autos for Sale 79 TheWINTERMART AT THE FAIRGROUNDS Any Price Car You Want. About 150 to Choose From. Dependable Guarantees and Rates. Entrance Just West of Federal on Nineteenth Street. WAGNER MOTOR CO. J. H. MARSTON Twenty MODEL A FORDS Coupes, Tudors, Sedans $95 U P . S R CHEVROLET CO., Inc. Open Evenings nnd Sundays North Iowa's Leading Automobile Dealer FOR SALK--1931 Chevrolet Sedan. extra clean. . Low mileage. S7S f l o w n -- S I S per month. Folsom Auto Co. 722 S. Federal Avp. FOR SALE--2 1936 Chev. sedans at a discount. Sec them at Lapiner Motor Co. Autos for Sole 79 JEWEL MOTORS, Inc. 1930 Buick Sedan .?2JO 1934 Plymouth Sedan, heater. J44S 1932 Willys Sedan S225 1933 Graham Sedan, radio ...$345 1927 Oldsmobile Tudor J 60 3929 Dodge Sedan, new pistons $145 1934 DeSoto Airflow, radio, heater $695 We have many good buys on late models. 10--4th N. E. Phone 81 Lodges and Societies QUEEN REKEK4H I.ODliK NO. 109 I. O. O. F. HAL.I.--7:3I) T. M. ,, Meellni; Friilny. tb. 21. 7:30. A vpry c n t c r t a l n i n K procrflm b e g i n n i n g at R:30. All Aebfkahs and Odd Fellows and friends I n v i t e d . will mcrt Ht Randall'.* Frl. R f l p r attend f u n e r a l n( Brother Simon MRS. IDA. CLOSSO.N', N. O. 3'lli7. MRS. WIN NUTTING. R. S. , r )96W. MRS. R E. KOLWINSKA. F. S. H8SJ. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 310-W Residence Phone 67 Carry Food to Birds LEGAL NOTICE ORIGINAL. NOTICE. In t h r nuirirt Court of Iowa In nnd for Orro Giirrtn County. April Term, 1!»3fi. Henry E. Wand rev. Plaintiff vs. Emma A. Neefe. A. c. Kcefe, Nellie Arm- si nmc, Lorft. Molsbcrry, C. A, Molsbcrry. f',rsice A. Schlosfler. John Necfc, Mrs. John NccTe, Florence G. Corbett, Michael C. Corhctt, nnd n i l unknown clalmnnts find n i l persons unknown clnl riling a n y right, t i t l e or interest in and to the following described, real estate situated in Cerro Gordo County, Jown, Jo-wit: Commencing al * point 24 feet Went or the SK corner of Lot 3 In Lot 2 In Block "E" in North Mason City, lown, Thence r u n n i n g West along the South l i n e or snifl Lot 3. i'^fi fool. Thence due N o r t h 3 rorls. Thence due Kfts I JVi feel. Thence due South 3 rods to place of b e g i n n i n p ; nnd all heirs, spousps, assigns, grantees, legatees, devisees nnd beneficiaries of ea^h and ill of above named d e f e n d a n t s , D e f e n d a n t s T" the. nlwvfi nnmcd Defendants: You and each of you arc hereby notified t h a t the p e t i t i o n ol the p l a i n t i f f in 'ihe above ml it led Jiction is new on f i l e in t h e o f f i c e of the Cleric nf the Difi net Court of Cerro Gordn County, Iowa, claiming t h a t p l a i n t i f f is the. owner in f*e wimple of the following described real r?tMe situated in Cerro Gordf County, Iowa, to-wit: Oimmenrlnc nt. a point 24 frrt IVftit of the Smithe:iit (SE) corner nf Lot 3 In Lot 2 In Blork "K" In North Mtuim City, I'Mvn, TlirncP run nine \Vrst nlong the Smith line nf S n1il J.ot 3, 1V» f e*'t, Thenc* (ln« -Vnrth ;i r»ds, Tnencfi drie Bust Ifl'/it fei-t. Thence due South 3 rods to plnce of ,, IkfRi lining, and defendants m a k e some e,!alm to said rcnl osi.ite adverse to the t i t l e , oC p l a i n t i f f in said property; p l a i n t i f f claims t h a t none of I be r)ef?nt)anis have any rifrht, t i t J c or in- U-rrst t h e r e i n nnd t h a t p l a i n t i f f and his immediate grantors have been in the nole. com- plele and actual adver.^e possession of flaid real estate u n r f p r clfiim of tit le and ownership thereof for more t h a n ten years last pa?t; n l a ' i n l i f t asks t h a t ihe t i t l e to said real 'estate toe quieted in him and that each nnd all of the dcremtants ^e barred and forever stopped from claiming or asserting any r i p h t , tille or Internet therein. Now unless you appear t h e r e t o and defend before noon of the second day of the next term of saitl Court which will convene at th Courthouse In Ma.vm City, Iowa, commencing on April 6, 1936, default will be entered against you and judgment rendered thereon In accortlane with the prayer of said pctl lion. RALPH S. STANBKRY, A t t o r n e y for P l a i n t i f f . NOTICE OF TIIK APPOINTMENT OF EXKCUTOKis. STATE OF IOWA. Cerro G n r n o County, SF. N'OTICK IS H E R K B V G I V E N T , I hat the lintler.^iKncrl have hoen rluly a p p o i n t e d and q u a l i f i e d as Executor? of the p s t a t e of Loui." W. Krugnel DPCPBsed. laic of c?rn Gordo County. A l l persona indebted to said estate a r e request M t o make I m m e d i a t e p a y m e n t ; dnt tho?c h.ivinc clninis against the same will present t h e m , duly a u t h e n t i c a t e d , t u the undersJBned for allowance, a n d file in the office or the Clerk of the District Court. WILLIAM K K U G O K L LOUIS KRUGGEL, and THKODORE P. LONG. Execnlors. L. R. B'oomhort-er, Attornej Dated February 12th, 1936. S. H. McPeak, Clerk District Court By Marsaret Rilcy, deputy. North lowans Included in Honor Roll Listed at Iowa State College AMES--Donald J. Byers, Man' Chester, .senior in the industrial science division Thursday for the eleventh consecutive quarter appears on the scholastic honor roll at Iowa State college. Ranking next to Byers is Robert Root, Ames, whose name is listed for the tenth consecutive time on the fall quarter honor roll announced by J. R. Sage, college registrar. A total of 221 students who received no grades below "B" for the fall quarter are named on the honor roll. Students are divided by classes as follows: Freshmen, 27.6 per cent; sophomores, 22.2 per cent; juniors, 29.4 per cent, and seniors, 20.8 per cent. North Iowa students who received marks of "A" in every credit course for which they were classified were: Ila Mae Leffert, Algona; Olive Swanson, Humboldt. and William R. Wilson, Hampton: Wilbur A. Bethel, Sumner; Clarence P. Kinkor, Calmar; Francis A. Kutish, New Hampton. AUNT MET By Robert Quillen "It's sti'ange how rich folks q u i t seemin' stuck-up and hateful when yoi; get to doiiv pretty -\vell yourself." CLEAR LAKE--These boys braved a 15 below Wro atmosphere Wednesday morning to distribute some rood for the starving pheasants and bird life. From left to right they are Raymond Fisller, Lloyd Lynn and J u n i o r Hudson. They took advantage of the enforced vacation from school to make the six mile trip west of Clear Luke. Equipped with sl;is, a bushel of corn carried In small hags and a knapsack of food the boys drove nails Into the corn and pounded them on to fence posts quite close to the ground In sheltered places. They bull! a fire nnd cooked their dinner over it. F. H. Davis, assistant supervisor of game, directed the boys to this particular location. LAKER DIES AT IOWA HOSPITAL VIrs. Getty Davis Survived by Four Sons, All Living at Lake. CLEAR LAKE-Mrs. (Mile Dav- : . who resides in her homo at Bust i'ike place, died at the University hospital at Iowa City Wednesday night after a short illness. She had been visiting relatives and her sister. Mrs. Will Meeker, at Tama since Jan. 6. and became suddenly ill Sunday night. Her son George Davig spent Monday with icr and took her to the Iowa City lospital. She suffered from diabetes and complications. Surviving are her four sons, Cleve Davis. Frert Davis, George and Leonard Davis, all of Clear e. Her husband, Jesse Davis, died in 1930. Fred Davis, accompanied by Robert Williams, undertaker, returned Thursday afternoon from Iowa City with the body. Services have not been arranged. TWO GARS OF COAL ARRIVE Restricted Business Hours Are Observed Thursday; No Change Reported. CLEAR LAKE--The critical coal situation in Clear Lake was alleviated some Thursday morning- by the arrival of two cars of soft coal for two of the dealers. The coal committee continued to portion this in 1.000 pound lots to the most needy families. Two more cars were expected this afternoon. About 200 families were served Tuesday and Wednesday by the local dealers with 250 pounds of slack and 250 pounds of coal. Conditions remain uncertain until dealers can be assured of the arrival of more coal. The restricted business hours followed today by all retail stores in accordance with the mayor's proclamation will be lifted as soon as the coal committee is assured of enough coal for aJl places. At noon today no announcement of lifting the restrictions was made by Mayor A. B. Phillips. The road on the south shore was opened late Wednesday afternoon after a crowd of 23 men shoveled a one way car track from Dodges Point and Eayside to the tourist park, involving eight hours work. The crew was made up entirely of volunteers who needed fuel a,nd food. The rotary plow went through this morning to make a double track. Three plows and two trucks were at work on the Thornton road today. Clear Lake Calendar Friday--Mixed dance at Surf ballroom. Art's Nighthawks playing Dorcas society at Mrs. Edith Knapp home, Orchard Heights. Saturday--D. A. R. Washington birthday party at J. F. Paimeter home. Dance at North Shore Country club, Carl West playing. Dance at Surf ballroom, Freddie Mauck playing. Freddie Mauck Will Play for Surf Dance CLEAR LAKE--Freddie Mauck and his orchestra will play for the Saturday night dance at the Surf ballroom. Art's Nighthawks will furnish music for the mixed dance Friday night. Clear Lake Briefs J. .]. Julsen, Clear Lake, farm sale Mon., Feb. 24 at 1 p. m. Mrs. A. C. UcRCtt and son Gene, North Second street, have arrived home after a winter's stay in the south and west. They %'isited Mrs. Lig^ett's sister. Mrs. A. L. CowJey at Alamo, Texas, and her daughter. Mrs. N. R. Smith and family at Whittier, Cal. They were called borne by the illncas of another daughter, Ruth Liggett of Chicago, who wag expected to arrive home Thursday night for a complete rest. Ex-Service Men! See us on our special loan plan. Cerro Gordo Loan and Investment Co., Clear Lake. Max Callanan, Minneapolis, is spending several clays in Clear Lake visiting friends and his uncle, I. M, Callanan. He will also visit his grandparents at Garner. He is a former Clear Lake resident. Junior and senior choir practices at the 2ion Lutheran church will not be held this week because of the fuel shortage. J. J. Braheny who hns been confined to the Mercy hospital. Mason City, for the past three weeks, is reported improved. The Altmrian club party planned for Thursday has been postponed until next week. Fred Opel, Grant street. Is seriously ill at his home. He has been suffering poor health for a number of years. Miss Catharyne Chambers, principal of the high school, returned to her home at West Union to spend several days with her .mother who has been i l l . Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Nelson, south of Clear Lake, plan to move to a farm near Titonka March 1. The Altrnrian club party planned for Thursday has been postponed until next week. Short talks hy members nf Lions clubs on "What I have Learned About My Business During the Past Year." were given at the luncheon Wednesday at the Legion clubrooms. Washington Ball to Be Held at Country Club CLEAR LAKE--A George Washington ball for club members is being: planned for Saturday night al. ;he North Shore Country club. Carl West and his orchestra will furnish :he music for this dance which is ihe last one planned at the club before the Lenten season. Peters, 60, Resident of Alexander Vicinity for 50 Years, Is Dead ALEXANDER--Louie Paters. BO, for more than 50 years a resident of the Alexander community, died following; a lingering illness due to heart ailment. He was bedfast for the past few weeks. Mr. Peters was born at Cedar Falls March 23. 3875. At 10, he moved with his parents to this comm u n i t y . On Oct. 22, 1896, he was married to Miss Carrie Latham of Alexander. He leaves his wife. Carrie, and daughters. R i i l h and Alice, all of Alexander; nne sister Mrs. A. L. Ward of Hampton, and four brothers. Will of Blackwell. Okla.. Charlie of A l U m m m t . S. Dak., John and Ben of Marathon. He. was a charter member of the First Congregational church of Alexander and for many years served as a deacon. When the Congregational church became a part of the United Church of Alexander, he became a member of the joint board of control. When the local creamery was organized in 1911.. Mr. Peters was elected as a member of the board of directors and continued to serve in this capacity until Jan. 1. 1935 when failing- health prevented him from further activity. Wife, Unkissed, Sue". CHICAGO. (UP--Mrs. Dorothy Evans thought it strange when her husband didn't kiss her at the altar when they were married. Four years weiit by and still he didn't kiss her. She left him In 1!)33, hoping the shock would force him to mend his ways. It didn't, and now she wants a divorce. Federal Disbarment Proceedings Started Against W.B. Bedell DES MOINES. I.P)--Federal attorneys said Thursday federal court disbarment proceedings have been filed at Sioux City against Walter B. Bedell, Spirit Lake, Iowa, attorney convicted of jury tampering. Bedell recently surrendered his rights to practice in the southern Iowa federal district after disbarment proceedings w e r e filed against him here. The proceedings filed at Sioux City apply to the northern Iowa district. No action to disbar the attorney, now serving a year's sentence in the Polk county jail, from practicing ia state courts hag been instituted as yet. PARK THEATRE TONIGHT »nd FRIDAY A 1'AKAMOUNT Picture WALTER C. KELLY in "The Virginia Judge" with Stepin Fetchlt. All the comedy of a Southern courtroom. NEWS . . KRA'/V RAT . . and PHIL SPITALNY and His Musical Ladles ]()c nnd Ific SEE THE CREAM SEPARATOR THAT PAYS FOR ITSELF. THE NEW IOWA AND PERFECTION Get a Row Crop "70" ^EQUIPMENT*"" SUPPLY Mrs. Lindon Rites Are Planned Friday CLEAR LAKE--Funeral services for Mrs. J. G. Lindon will be held Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of the dfiughter, Mrs. Dellah Murphy. Dr. B. W. Riner. pastor of the Methodist church, will officiate at the services. A son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lindon, Lincoln, Nebr., arrived Wednesday to attend the services. Dorcas Society Meets. CLEAR LAKE--The Dorcas society will gather at the Mrs. Edith Knapp home, Orchard Heights Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. A missionary offering will be taken and Mrs. H. M. Dunsmoor will be Ihe lesson leader. L A tf C Thursday Only /\ IV. C "Broadway THEATRE Melody of 1936" Friday and Saturday Double Feature, Ken Maynard in "WESTERN FRONTIER" Also Edmund Lowe in "King Solomon of Broadway" Adults Ific Children Iflc Sunday Only on I lip Stage, WHO'PARADE OF STARS As I am moving to a smaller fanu, I will offer the following property at public sale at the Peter Gorman farm S'/ 2 miles north of Dougherty; 8 miles east of Rockwell, on M0HAY, FEBRUARY 24 COMMENCING AT 1 O'CLOCK P.,M. RS H E A P OF LIVESTOCK, 1 IIRAD OK HORSKS-- Grr.y uflclinc rnmlnc 3. wt. 1..100: blnrk m n r r coming 3, «1. 1/iflO; Mm-k marr coming 0, ttt. l.ROfl; Murk irrtrc coming 9, w-l. 1,20(1: ronn ninre romlng ?, «(, I.Oflfl; Tony colt romins 2: I ntirklini; r*ilt. fiT H K A D CATTI-F -- 11 milk roxvs, jnmf now mHMnt, other* spHturcrv. 31 fft-'Ung cnt(!f on ford flll m i l . n't. fiUO to 1,100; 2ft -f ft fling*, s p r i n g nnd Wlhtir ffllvr*. 10 Spcitlrd 1'olnnd ( h ina Brood o\v* lit (arrow 1" A l n j , M A C H J N K R V , Ktc,-- Sampson t motor, good condition, nromlllinnrd InM f u l l ; nr\v O. K. f«-d srlndcr \vlth 10-lnrti hiirr; Tmvrr S-row m l t t v n d i r : fiO.foi.t i n - l n r h h f l t : fltnslr n»« Oiovrl ( i]i,w ; U-MlicM fllif; Ifl -wheel disc; K r y t « n r hny Inndrr; H S R O U w f f h triple fM»\: *rr,T(l power; f n f r n l n c mill; corn «h*-IJf r: I'lfrnrttionnl c«« rreif"* w i t h Mimp J a c k ; llnr -.hnfl nnri pulleys: 2 ff("d h u n k s ; IPl-»%n1 *rparnt«ir No, !."; btiMfrmHk i n n k . and o t h r r Brlli-lM. TERMS: CASH, OK AS ARRANGED WITH CLERK E Ora Bayle«*, Auctioneer -- Dougherty Office of Sheffield Bank, Clerk CLOSING OUT SALE As I am ffoing hack to the carpenter trade, I will sell the following described properly at public auction on the farm located 2 miles north, 3 miles west of Belmond, beginning at 12 o'clock sharp, on TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25 Lunch Served by St. Olaf Ladies' Aid 75 _ HEAD OF LIVESTOCK -- 75 5 -- HEAD OF HORSES -- 5 Bay horse 12 years old, wt. 1600; black mare 12 years old, wt. Jn-IK); hay mare 8 years old, wt. 1400; gray mure 8 years old, In foal; black horse 1« years old. wt. 1400. 30 -- H E A D OF HOLSTEIN CATTLE -- 30 From the following sires and dams: Sir Beets Pauline of Minneapolis, No. 294401; Mercedes Paul JMebe, No. 438TI3; Numerator Geneva Scgir, No. 604248; Fialula. Challenge De Kol, No. 641141; Flnliila Fobps Maple Leaf, No. lOSSfifiO: some with record over I.Onn !!.«. butter. Registered 2 year old bull, registered co\v \vitb ralf by side, 14 purebred and high grade, cows, no papers. Mostly young cows, some fresh nnd some close springers; 2 two year old heifers; 4 yearling heifers; 8 calves. 20 -- HEAD OF SHEEP -- 20 Ifi ewes, 3 lumbs, 1 buck. R e g u l a r Line of Farm M a c h i n e r y and Household Goods TERMS: Under $10, cash. Over that amount time will he given until December 1st, 193B, on approved security. Make arrangements before sale. All property to be settled for on day of sale. M. B. ANDERSON, Owner Ben Keemstnia and A. B. Erickson, Auctioneers. First State Bank of Belmond, Clerk PUBLIC SALE Having decided to quit fanning I will sell the following described property at public, auction on my farm H/ 2 miles north of the Milwaukee depot, Clear Lake ml Free Lunch at 11:30 A. M. Sale Starts at t2 O'clnek IIS ®£ LIVESTOCK 6fi -- HEAD OF CATTLE -- 66 20 head of Cows; !·!) he«d of I year old Heifers; 22 head of coming 2 vcnr old Steers and Heifers, been on feed 2 or S months; 11 yearling Steers; 1 Shorthorn Bull, 3 years old, weight about 2000 pounds. 4 -- HEAD OF HORSES -- 4 1 4 year old Mare, wt. ItiOO pounds; 2 Bay Horses, 8 years old, wt. JSOO pounds; I Bay Horse, S years old, wf. 35KW pounds. 44 -- HEAD OF HOGS -- 44 25 Fall Tigs; ~ Hogs; 12 Good Brood Sows, ail Spotted Poland China, 200 Chickens--100 Bushels of Rye M A C H I X K K V -- 1 14-inch John Deere gang; plow; 1 16- inch John Deere sulky plow; 1 walking plow; 1 4-section steel drag, with cart; 2 IB-disk pulverizers; I hay loader; 1 cndgate seeder; I John Deere corn planter, 80 rods of wire; I John Deere grain binder, nearly new; I McCormicii corn binder; 2 hay racks; I hay rake; S wagons, with boxes; 1 John Deere m a n u r e spreader; S sets of doubly harness; I spring tooth h a r r o w ; 3 single-row cultivators; I rider press; 1 2-hole corn shelter: 1 1 ' j h. p. jras engine; 1 Del^ separator, with nr without m o t o r ; 1 side delivery rake. Also 2 bobsleds. Some household goods; 1 cook stove and 1 gas stove. TKKMS--Ciish or whatever arrangements you make with the Clerk. All property must be settled for before removal. Sheimo A 1 Ames, Auctioneers F. I». Walker, Clerk

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