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Mason City, Iowa
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SCHOOL EXPENSES MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, AUGUST 27 CAN 1935 ELEVEN Classified Advertising Information fttltfa c«nt« a lln* flnt inMrtlon. Tin e*nti a nn« for eacb eoniecutlv* ra Mqueot InMrtlon. (Count flv« averac* word* to UM iln. S*V«B ttueruoiu art tlvtn lot UM prle* ·f six. CLASSIFIED 01BFLAI ADVEKT1SINU TO cent* IMT column Inch eacb initrUon. A dlKount of 15 per cent will M allowed on all claaalfiid advertisement* paid for *t th» tlm* of InitrUon or oot later than ( day* thereafter. No credit extended for cluslriK} adver- tlilnc If Uier* U an account thirty day* old ·r more. All out-of-town ad* an payable ID ad- vanc*. All refund* on Want Ads must M called for within 30 1iy» of th* cancellation dale ·t th« order. Minimum chari* for ilntl* adTertlsemeni. 2S cents. Aniiwir to "blind" advertisement* mint b* addressed to th* letter «tated In th* ad., car* of lh* Ulobe-Gizetle. Under no circumstances will th* Globt-Oazett* reveal t h e nam* at thos* Insertlni "blind" advertls*- menta, PHONE 3800 between t a. m. and « p. m. and ask for the Ad Taker. INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classification! ar« numbered according to the position ID which they appear In the section. Acreages ..'... .~..A4S Agent* '.... as Apts. for Rent .. 45 Amusements . . . . 7 f uto Accessories 82 Auto* for Sale .. 7» Auto Storage . . .A79 Auto Truck SO Auto Repairing .. 81 Beaut; Parlors .. 18 I v Board. Room ... 4y Bonds ~ A 9 Burial Vaults . ..A 3 Bid*. Materials . 11 Bualness L o c a- · lions 37 Business Opportunities 29 Cafes. Restaurant* ! Card oj Thank* I Chiropodist* . 1 Chiropractor* ... , Cleanera. Dyers . Cottages A46 orric* Bqulpt. Death Notice* ... 1 Osteopath* · " D«tlsts A37 Painting, Decor. Dogs. Birds, Pet* 53 Personals | Educational Op- Photographers . portunftles 40 Plumblnr.. Hts . Electrical Service «1 Poultry, Bits | Employment Serv- .A30 Farm for Sale .. 50 I Farms for R e n t .A50 I Farm Mnchlnery 51 I Fiorina 4 I Foods AS,% | Funeral Director* 3 la 68 (19 41 60 I Help W a n t e d , irlth Inv so |ueip W a n t e d . Femal« 31 i H f i p W a n t e d . 1 Male 33 |HFIp W a n t e d . Male. Female .AM iHlcle, Wool. Furs 7S |Household Goods 73 House* for Sale 47 .Uouses tor Rent 46 Instruction 39 insurance . _ 11 investment 10 In Mtmonsm ...A 2 Job Printing .... 20 Laundries 21 Livestock for Sal* S2 location Wanted 65 L*£t and Found fi Lots for Sale ... 4g Machinery 54 Milk 22 Misc. for Sale ... 55 Misc. for Rent .. 66 Money to Loan .. 8 Mortgages B Monument* A 4 17 Musical Instr. ... 58 2 Nursery Stock .. 87 IS Optometrists . ...A1S 1* Offices for Rent 63 IS onice Furn.. Fix. A6:i 64 IS 21 S I Furs lUaraze for Rent lUarage for Salt [Gardens Radio Supplie Real Estate . . . . «6 Kcoms for Rent 41 Sale or Trade .. .AM Sale or Rent .. . A47 Salesladies 31 salesmen 3n Seeds. Feeds ... US Scrv. Offered ...ASa ailuatlon Wtd. .. 33 Stamps, Coins . .A7-1 Stationery 71 Stocks _ 72 Summer Cottages 67 S"ap Service ... 38 Travel Bureau . .A 5 Trade or Each. . 42 Upholstering .... 69 Wtd. to Borrow . 77 Wtd. to Buy .... 78 Wtd.. Mlsc A7S Wtd, to Rent ... 7« Wearing Apparel 70 WALLPAPER-- Cloain* stock at V out 1935 pat., 5c; pat., 6c, etc. 200 pattern*; to eelect from. Star Wallpaper * Paint Company. Opposite New Pojtoffice. Lett and Found 6 LOST--Pair 2025. Reward. in case. Ph. LOST--Brown leather purse Saturday night in back of Cavern, containing change, paperi, etc. Return to Cavern. Reward. Help Wonted, Fomolo WANTED -- Experienced girl for houaework. 431 S. Carolina. WANTED -- Exp. caahier in first claM cafe, Mason City. Write U- 26, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Exp. waitress. Call in person. Watkins Cafe, Clear Lake. WANTED--Girl for gen. housework. Exp. with babies. 932 N. Monroe. Money to Loon 8 A KEY TO THE SITUATION How often--especially In tn«#« days--a small sum of money, ' in ready cash, would solve different problems that come up. If yon need extra cash to help pay up your bills or meet some emergency, you will rind our loan service the key to the situation. We will lend you any reasonable sum on your household goods, automobile or other personal property--without endorsers. Ovir sen-ice is prompt, and our repayment terms will he arranged to suit your convenience. When you need money, come in and see us ... United Financial Service F. M. Humphrey, Manager 3rd Door East of Courthouse Phone 1414 CASH LOANS on your AUTO, FURNITURE OR OTHER PERSONAL PROPERTY Holp Wonfed, Mote 32 WANTED--ExpT "man on" farm". Steady. James Brozik, Garner, la. FOR RENT-3 uafunx. . o»th apt, 2 Murphy bed*. Ph. 210. nn*. and FOR RENT--S and 4 rm. furn. or unfurn. apt Ph. 2357. FOR RENT-- Furn. or unfurn. ground floor mod. apt 103 N. Penn. For Rent--Furn. apt. T12 N. Mad. FOR RENT--In Clear Lake. Mod. heated 4 rm. apt., very desirable for small family. Frigldaire. James Peterson. Clear Lake. FARM PAPER SALESMAN I have an excellent proposition for nten with farm paper experience or ng to farmers. Can al*o use two high grade crew manager*. Write F-17, GLOBE-GAZETTE. Situation Wonted 33 WE HAVE AN UNUSUAL demand this year for places for young Indies to work while attending school to help defray part or all of their living expenses". All arc place-! now but about five or six. Could you give a young- woman of good character and good habits a place in your home in exchange for help with the general housework, meals, caring for the children, etc? Phone 945 d u r i n g the day or 1164-W after 5 o'clock in the evening. For Apartments See J. B. Youngblood Ph. 36 or 2877 FOR RENT--5 rm. modern 2nd fir. apt., $22.50; 4 rm. modern bungalow, good, $30; 5 rm. modem duplex, good, $35. W. L. Patton Foresters Bldg. FOR RENT--2 heated furn. mod. rm. apt., 1st fir., pri. ent. Gar Close in. Adults. 522 N. Jefferson. FOR RENT--2 to 3 rm. furn. ape No children. 330 2nd N. E. FOR RENT--Partly mod. apts., 3 rms, $9; 4 rms., $11. Sam Raize?. WANTED Housekeeping by middle aged lady in quiet home. Reliable. Ph. 28F12, Clear Lake, or write MRS. EMMA KERCHINER Care of J. C. Oehlert, Clenr Lake. FOR RENT--2 rm. mod. apt at 610 N. Del, Ph. 3157J. FOR RENT--1 rm. furn. apt., 1 slpg. rm. 110'^ s. Del. Ph. 301. FOR RENT--2. 3 rm. apt. Ph. 2051^ Houses tot Rent 46 Services Offered A3 3 EXP. -- ._,V.LT..B.U M. A*V.B. A^»*j. .· f ;*ci viuca ior pai Fall brlnjfn many calls for money j Maassen, 27F23 . . school needs, fuel, taxes, etc. It you need some extra money to help you meet your fall bills and requirements, investigate our quick, low cost, convenient payment plans on personal property loans. Home Loan Finance Company 204 Foresters' Bldg. . HIGH SCHOOL GIRL wants place to board and room. Will exchange services for part pay. Ph. J. r. FOR RENT-- Sept. 1, deairable C rm. all mod. house; good part of town. Call 602, Dr. Hyncls. FOR RENT-- Sept. 1st new 5 rm. bung., choice location, no children. Write Y-24, Globe-Gazette. Death Notices 1 Hazel Elizabeth, 23, who resided nt. 202 Fifteenth street Southeast, died nt a local hospital Monday morning following an ill- liess. Funeral services will be held t 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon it the McAuley funeral home, with Rev. David L. Kratz in charge. The McAuley funeral home in pharge. IAYES, William H., 74, died at his home, 335 Pennsylvania avenue -·utheaat, at 5:30 o'clock Sunday Afternoon following a long illness. uneral services will DC held at ine St. Joseph's Catholic church Wed- hesday morning at 9:30 o'clock. The tosary wall be said at 8 o'clock llonday evening at the residence. -iirial w i l l be at St. Joseph's Cath- llic cemetery. The Meyer funeral lome in charge. tULCAHY, C. D., 53, died at a local hospital at 1 o'clock Monday Ifternoon following an illness of Ine %veek. Funeral services will be |eld at the Holy Family church at o'clock Wednesday morning, with Rev. R. P. Murphy in charge of erviccs. Burial will be at Colo. The kandall funeral home in charge. MONEY To Loan On ''arm Lands and Mason City Real Estate. Excellent Terms and Rates. i. W. CLARK CO. 204 Forester's Bldg. MONEY TO LOAN on Mason City A, A w , - · MAN wants work on farm. Sam Will, Thornton, Iowa. Buy from Briar-Geer. Ph. 3114' your bome frora Briar-Geer. List property with Briar-Geer. WRINGER Rolls all makes. Hand saws filed 3 for $1. Saw Shop 22$ S. Fed. Ph. 782. Business Locations 37 FOR RENT -- On long or short time lease, a well located garage property in Mason City. Phone Beck Bros, at 134. FOR RENT-Well located store building. Very light and clean. New building. Call 24 1 S E Swap Service 38 SWAP--Family wasrTngT7o7~vToTin lessons for 2 children. Write GG- 27, Globe-Gazette. home. Alliance Phone 849. Investment Co PINE'S offer a specialized loan service on loans up to $300 anywhere in North Iowa. Interest charged only on actual amount borrowed and onlj for actual number of days used. Terms to suit income. Prompt, Private, Pleasant Service. See, Phone or Write n*. for FREE INFORMATION. C. L. Pine Loan Company DiaifonnUy Opposite 1st Natl. Bank 204 \Velr Bldjr., Mason City, Iowa L O A N P L A N S 1 on furniture 2 on autos 3 on diamonds * on salary 5 on personal signature 20 REPAVMENT PLANS Reduced Rates North Iowa's Oldest Loan Company SECURITY LOAN CO. S21 1st Natl. Bk. Chiropractors 14 THOUSANDS depend upon Chiropractic for health. Why not you? Dr. Ziegler, D. C. 2Hi S. Fed. 229. Optometrists A15 Funeral Directors IcAULBY F-unera) home -- Com- I pleta service day and night 8 3. Ldama. Phone 651. IEYER FUNERAL HOME -- Dependable service, 126 Third St |. E. Phone 1505. IATTERSON FUNERAL HOME^ i A service for those who care. Am- liJance, 322 N. Wash. Phone mu, |ANDALL Funeral Home--Ambu- L lance service. 104 3rd St N. E 511. G E. Snipps, H. B. Major Florists 4 Us help you with the floral ar- ng^ements for your wedding. Ex- ferienced salespeople, (reenhouse. Ph. 55. ~ Personals Kembles MABAJM FONNEV Spiritual Adviser In trouble, unhappy, worried over 'Sines*, family or lovr affairs, this I'torl lady will truthfully advise and Ip you. All readings confidential, ecial readings 50 cents. 725y, N. t. 9 a, m. to 9:00 p. m. Sun. 10-7 HEADACHE? Perhaps It's Your Eyes. See Dr. Knutflon, Opt Weir Bldg. Best at no extra co*t' Beauty Parlors PARK INN Beauty Shop. Jean Birum, manager. Ph. 450. PERMANENT WAVES. « 1 50 $1.98 and $2.50. Shampoo and finger wave 50c. Ph. 3011, call for L« Modern* Annex. 2l2'/4 N. Fed. Ave Seeds, Feeds 28 FOR SALE--Ryc and rye straw .Toe Oilman, H a m p t o n , la., R. n. Business Opportunities 29 FOR SALK--Barber shop; small down payment, easy payments on balance. Cheap rent. Write at once lo- -26, Globe-Gazette. This will go fast. FOR SALE COMBINATION POOL HALL BEER PARLOR AND BOWL^ ING ALLKV Doing good bnsineM. In Well*, Minn. K tester ERNEST GOTTBERG Minn. FOR SALE--Best paying apt. ho.i-ir. in city. Close in. Snap for quick sale. Geo. Van Every. Ph. 3983 SWAP--Litchfieltl manure spreader for 4 wheel trailer or male hosr Write HH-27, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Boy's bicycle for boy's writing desk. Write TT-26, Globe- Gazette. SWAP--Work by boy for board and room while in school. Write XX- 24, Globe-Gazette. FOR RENT--5 rm. mod. bungalow. 194 Crescent Drive. Call after 6 p. m.. . FOR RENT--3 rm. partly rnoZ house. 107 16th N. E. Ph. 301. FOR RENT--Mod. house with gar age by Sept. 1. Ph. 3714. . P e k i n g e m a e dog. T. H. Stall, Rockwell, Iowa. Misc. for SoU 55 FOR SALE -- Wood. 969 S. Va. SALE-- Keroaene stove* at sell out prices. Clothes, shoes. B. O. Exch., 1408 N. Fed. HEAVY MATS SIZE 181/jxtl 2c EACH Th« Dry Mat» are excellent for lining garages, chicken nouses, coal bin*, cellar*, cabin walls, weatherboarding. «ound proofing or. Insulation. Not ·uited for outaid* surfacing or drawing use. We nav* a number which may b« bought for only 2 cent* each. Call Business Office. Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE-- 3,000 ft. of used rope. Carl Stein. Inch Every Da\ * j Used Car 'We Always Have the Buys" Foods A55 FOR SALE POTATOKS I2c a peck--59c a bag. Earl's Fruit Market 1603 South Federal Avenue FOR SALE--Apples, 50c bu. has ket Windfalls, 30c. 15th St. S. and Kentucky. Chas. De Rock. FOR SALE--Choice sprayed ap pies. Ph. 14F12. FOR SALE Wealthy apples, picked ROc hii. windfalls 25c bu. Sweet cider a gal. Bring containers. R. H. WILLIS Frost Orchard, i/ 4 m |. N. w. Milw. Depot, Clear Lake. of FOR SALE--Whitney and Siberian crabs. 507 S. Carolina. FOR SALE Cunning- tomatoes, per bu. . .40-76c Pickling cucumbers, bu. 50-7Sc-$l Carrots, Beets, Cabbage, Sweet Corn, Apples, JCtc. KNAPP'S VEGETABLE MARKET Htway 18, W. Clear Lake Cemeter) FOR RENT--7 rm. partly mod. house, ?16; 4 rm. house, $12.50; small cottage, ?7. Kehm Land Co Ph. 827. Houses for Sale 47 FOR SALE--New brick bung., Central Heights, $1,675; 114 24th St. S. W., $1,250; 719 llth St. N. E., $950. Small down payment; balance monthly. 420 N. Van Buren with two lots, $400 cash. Weatherly Realty Co., 8^ 2nrt S. E. FOR SALE--Cheap, 5 rm. mod. house on 20th St. S. E. Write M- 26, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Good 3 burner kerosene «, S !? VC f ° r large he a"ng stove. Write MM-24, Globe-Gazette. ^ Or Iess offering a SWAP' costs nothing. The aa must have a Globe-Gazette "key" n u m b e r 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 b« charged. SWAP--Good '29 model A coupe body for '29 coach body. Write TT-24, Globe-Gazette. Rooms hr Rent 44 FOR RENT--Living rm. and bedroom furn. Better than average Ph. 4266J. 422 N. Wash. FOR RENT--Fine large rm. willi kitchenette, pri. ent. 304 1 S. K. XiR RENT--2 nice slpg. rms.. hot water, close in. 205 4 N. E. 3011. FOR RENT - Rms., reasonably priced, new f u r n i t u r e , always hot water. 1004 N. Fed. Ph. 1998.1. For Rent--Slpg. rms. 229 E. State. FOR SALE--Well located mo'l. house, $3,600; good 10 rm. mod., $3,600; 3 rm. part mod. $1,250; 6 rm. M. Heights, $1,200. Terms. Kehm Land Co., Ph. 827. FOR SALE Choice canning tomatoes, homemade kraut SSc per gal., dill pickles 50c per gal. WALROD GARDENS Clear Lake POTATOES Cobblers now ready In sack, true-It or carlots. Good clean No. Z'n at 50c per cwt. S. KENNEDY, JR. Clear Lake, IOWH iho "g Misc. for Rent 56 FOR RENT--Brick warehouse 24 x65, well located, JIG per mo Sam Raizes. FOR SALE--Close in mod. home; must sell; owner ill. Guild, 867. Sale or Rent A47 FOR SALR OR RENT--8 rm. mod. house; garapre; good location, .f30. Gco. Van Every, Ph. 3983. FOR SALE OR RENT--Modern equipped dairy farms in best. dairy section of Wisconsin. Inquire of V. L. Dickinson, Augusta, Wia. Lots for Sale 48 LOTS For sale, $1 a wk Lorenz. Forms for Sale 50 SPECIAL BARGAINS 240 acres 2 miles from North wood nt S50 per iicre--80 acres, $7,20(»-- 80 acres, $6,000--140 acres at $60 per acre--1«0 at $55 per ncre--160 at $56 per acre--80 acrea in Butler Co. at $1,000. All well Improved and well located. Also a large list of other farms to choose from. Must be seen 1r be appreciated. T. W. GILPIN Norlhwood Musical Instruments 58 FOR SALE--Piano key 'accordion 1019 N. Georgia. Offices for Rent 63 FOR RENT--Desirable office rooms attractive rent. See J B. Youngblood, Youngblood Building. Household Goods 73 FOR SALE--Living rm. sTme.'daT- enport, table, bed. 316 N. Wash. FOR SALE--Practically new Round Oak gas stove and 6 tube radio Ph. 1917. FOR SALE;--Elec. washer. Ph. 1675. FOR SALE--Moore gas range- oven control; very good cond. Good used ice box, 175 Ibs. Call at 24 1 O · it*. FOR SALE -- Bargains hi uHeTl washers. S n v c i H l d i f f e r e n t makes Cerro Gordo M n y t a p Co., 22 2 N.-K. FOR S A L E -- K i t c h e n cabinets han- ny and nicely painted. 3lfi 4 N. K. FOR RENT--Slpg. rms. Ph. 1613. FOR RENT--2 furn. hakpg. rms 422 N. Geo. Ph. 2427W. FOR RENT--Slpg. rm., 3 lar-e windows, J2.50. 121 N. Jefferson. FOR RENT -- Desirable room in modern home. 322 N. Madison. FOR RENT--Furn. rm.s. Ph. 1R79W. Apts. for Rent FOR RENT--Small, well f u r n . 1st floor apt. .Outside entrance, private bath, fireplace. Kitchen rom- nlcte in green and ivory FrisriiJ- aire. 672 E. State. FOR RENT--2 rm. nicoly f u r n . apt., close in, Priv. entrance. Ph. 132l! R E N T -- A p t . r,1i5 5 S. K. FOR RENT--Choice 4 rm. apt., newly completed, 1st floor. 635 E. State. Ph. 1269. FOR RENT--2 nicely furn. apts mod home. 630 S. Washington. 'OR RENT--Mod. 5 Down town. Ph. 2525. rm. apt. "OR RENT--Partly furn. apts two or three rooms. 109 S. Pcnn. 'OR RENT--Close in; mod. f u r n apt. and slpg. rm. 314 E. State. ''OR RENT--I rm. mod. apt. 2477. Farms for Sale 50 FOR SAT^E IN SOUTHERN MINNESOTA Several farms at forced sale. Very h«.-st corn and alfalfa land. Fine improvements. $35 to ISO per acre. Easy terms. Free list. I- T. Felland, Palace Building, Minneapolis, Minn. A REAL FARM HOME 200 acres highly Improved, near Biirchlnal. Mod. house, two barns, silo, hog house, machine shop; best of soil; price, $87 an no re. $3,000 will handle, hnhuxc federal loan Weatherly R e a l t y Co., Xy t 2nd S. K. Farms for Rent A50 FO" RENT-- Km r ~c",-T!~'two~'hlghly improvofi f a r m s , 380 and 2.J5 acres. H. F. Schncdler. Nora Springs Farm Machinery 51 FOR SALE -hay press. Carroll Bro.s., R. 5. Livestock for Sale 52 FOR SALE--Guirnsey bull, work horse, John Deere corn binder. F. Boyd, 6 miles south on No. 65. Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 F0 j\, SALE-- Red Tabby Pcrsfa'n Kittens, b e a u t i f u l l y m a r k e d Thoroughbred pedigree f u r n i s h e d ' Frank F. Pool, Nora Springs Iowa. Wanted to Buy 75 WANTED--Good flmalf housTTo move. Write J-26 Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Sm. acreage. Have good Bungalow; would trade W r i t e I 26, Globe-Gazette. W A N T E D -- A l l kinds or usea fur- Our used cars are rccondi tioned and are priced to That's why we have sell, sold 145 U s e d C a r s already this month. That sounds like a lot of Used Cars but if you will come in and look over our Used Car stock anc compare our bargains you won't be surprised why we sell MORE USED CARS than any other Dealer in this trade territory. There has to Be a reason These are not all Cash or Trade prices. nlture. Grahams. Call us before Phone 301. you sell WANTED - Used furnlt.ure. Joe Goss. 212 South Federal. Ph. 942. W A N T E D -- 2 wheel house trailer 926 N. Harrison. W A N T E D TO BUY-House cheap. Ph. 1919. car, W A N T E D TO BUY- J H p popcorn. 19.12 or '?A crop. Edwin W A N T K ! ) CL'CCJMBKRS AND TOMATOES In who|p«»lr, |o«i. Field rim, but mir-it be best quality. nrln K to HOTEL IIANFORD See .Mr. ChamlKirlaln, Steward. Lodges and Societies Phone 1278 VetU flr«t urn) third TU«I. !»» of -inch mor.lh W. T. C I I A M B K R L A I N . Die- Ulor. 2MO s. FfrtfrH. W I L L I A M GKOTM. I'bln« 3038W sc'y. WE TRADE EASY TERMS A small down payment and easy monthly or weekly payments and you can drive any of these cars home. SPECIAL ATTENTION Out of Town Buyers o matter where you live you can purchase any one of our Used Cars on easy payments, just the same as f you lived right here in Mason City. We are open every evening until 10 P. M. and all day Sunday. HERE ARE JUST A FEW of our MANY BARGAINS 26 Chevrolet Sedan $ 35 27 Star Sedan $ 45 25 Chevrolet Coupe $ 35 26 Dodge Sedan $ 35 27 Chevrolet Sedan $ 45 25 Overland Sedan $ 30 28 Chevrolet Sedan $135 28 Chevrolet Coach $125 29 Ford Sedan : $145 29 Essex Sedan $ 95 28 Essex Coach $ 75 29 Chevrolet Coach $165 27 Essex Coach $ 45 28 Graham Paige $ 85 30 Pontiac Coach $145 29 Ford Truck $125 30 Chevrolet Truck $175 31 Chev Long. Dual $195 31 Ford Long Dual $195 32 Ford B Short Dual I with stake body $2'I5 Model T I Door Sedan $ 25 29 Plymouth Sedan $125 27 Reo Sedan $ 75 CALL US FOR A DEMONSTRATION S R Chevrolet Company North Iowa's leading Automobile Dealer M A S O N ITV, IOWA LAPINER'S RELIABLE USED CARS "IF YOU DON'T LOOK H K R K BEFORE YOU BUY WE BOTH LOSE" I IMS Dodge 1.1»" Panel Trurk. ,lnst ono of these. Save $200 19S5 Dodge 361" W.B. Truck. Duals. Stake body. Save oynr . . . . . . $800 1BS4 Terraplann Coach. Hare used rnr vulim. Don't miss It. I9S4 Plymouth Town Sedan. Trunk model, Positively like new. 19S4 Chev. Muster Town Sedan De Luxe. Knee action. Chestnut tan. 1984 Ford Fordor So dan. Locally owned and not a murk on it. GOOD USED CARS With a Better Guarantee J. H. MARSTON 1 -2 Block East of Hanford Hotel Chrysler and Plymouth Lodge* and Societies 1983 Chev. Muster Coach. None better offered fur nalc in lovvn. IflSS Plymouth D« Luxe Coach. See thla beautiful car tonight. J98Z Ford V-8 Tudor Sedan. Luxe series. Motor very quiet. De 1982 Plymouth Floating Power Sedan. Bought new In '3S. Extra nice 1931 Chrysler Little Six Sedan. Ouarnnt4fd good as new. 1981 Chev. Five Panatingcr Two Poor Coupe. Oc Luxe equipment. 1931 Chev. Fordor Sedan. One owner. Low mileage. Extra clean. mi Ford De Luxe Coup*. All steel body. Extra nice motor. 1931 Little 8 Bulck Sednn with roomy trunk. Nice family car. 1930 Chev. Coup*-, wire wheels. Oood motor. Fine finish. A value. mo Oldsmoblle, 4-Door Trunk Model Sedan. Wire wheels. Very good. J9SO Do Soto Five Panseitger S«dan. New motor guarantee. See It. l»30 Chcv v Coach. Karlkeen trunk. New tires. Motor reconditioned. 1980 Chev. Club Sedan. Extra nice itnd ftv^rythln original. l»30 Super Six Fordor Sedan. Lota of riding comfort. Qiilet motor. 12 TRUCKS Fords - ChKvi. - Dodge* - Reo*. Many Other*. If you need a truck for beet work now IN the time to make your selection. Many with boxes ideal for farm u»e and no reasonable offer* refused. Wf, do our own financing and (five :erm» to suit you. Remember your note stays In our safe and you deal only with tin. Lapiner Motor Company Dodge - Plymouth Motor Can and Service Dodge Brother* Truck* . H H USED CARS We have a lot full of cheap used ear* that will be Ideal for workmen at various plants. WHY WALK? Pay by the week. A Safe Plncrc to Trade. GILD NEK'S HUPMOBILK SALES and SERVICE 10 4th N. E. Phone 488 AUGUST CLEARANCE SALE GALLAGHER'S USED CARS 9M Pontiac Sedan. Like new. 034 Pontiac Coach. Low mileage. 033 Chevrolet Coupe. Clean. !)30 Bulck Sednn. A dandy. S)31 Pontiac Coach. A real buy. !)2!) Pout lac Sedan !«» Old.smohile Coupe !«!) Chevrolet Coach ', jjiji) !2R Chevrolet Sediui $125 1)2!) Whippet Sednn .. $125 027 Whippet Sedan $ 7() 92B Hulck Sedan $ (J5 !)23 B u l f k Sedan 5 fi() -- lifift Chevrolet Srdiins. V m i r cholm John Gallagher, Inc. I'onllfic 6's fl's Sales , Service 5-27 2nd S. E. I'hone 15fi7 Open Evenings and Sundays ' . 0 . O. K. LOnOK NO, 214 K. STATK PHONES 2U4W-JWW MeeUnc each Tuesday «v*nlnsr s 8 P. M. E. S. LEAHAN, N. o. 887 WA.YMAN CLOSSON Kec. Sec'y. 3487. A. F. CHURCH Fin. 8«e'i LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE Of t'ltOHATK Of WUX 8T in T n l ?T ,'°A VA ' C"'o* o'o'rrJo County, ... 1S 30 ' C ° Urt - No - 470S - Ju " Term, To All Whom It May Conwrn: m«nt a of r *«, r m r « y n n l l f l e d ' lh »t »" ln»tni- win f, * r U l n S purporting lo be lh* last Will anrt Teotam.nt and Codicil of Marti," A a., KcGuln «". Deeeawrt. dated Feb -i i«n' ,,""} Codtc " lh ' ret « «»»ted JUM 13 veart jJonlj 5 ^^ M * l * y " leiS ' ovtDtd **" ifyffl t *TM»* t i^'^w2;*^ Pv ,,. "" D l l l fl«t Court of *ald County or the Clerk of salt! Court; and at 2 o'clock P. m., pf the day above mentioned all n«r- ·ons interred are notified an* rt- qulreu to appear, and 8 ho w cau.* if any they have, why .aid ln«trument. should not wni' V*i *, nd llllow " 1 " lnd for "» IBXV 1 " 1 * l * MOB Clty ' Iow *' A "iurt U. S. H MacPEAK. Clerk nistrlcl Court By MAROARET R1LEY. Deput"; NOTICE Or rROBATE OF Cerro Gordo County, . A l l Wbomli H,?, t ' m : YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED Thai " ,°H TWrl , tlne P^P°«lng to be and Testament of ' · . » day of September. 193S, si proof of iaa« at Uw f «, f u ?he nii?H 1 the Distri ' 0 ' -^·estM are hereby notified and »Plie»r, and .how cause If any why iild instrument should not be »nd allowed as and for th* last Testament of said lecea*e!. t«ted at Maaon city, Iowa, Court of said County, or Coilrt: » n1 at * a'*TM* f. lnd to IKk, S. H. MacFEAK. Clerk of District Court. By-- Marxaret RUey, Deputy Mrs. Rogers Bears Up Weil Under Shock of Husband's Death BEVERLY HILLS, Cal., Aug. 27. (/P)-Mrn. Will Rogrers ia bearing up well under the shock of her husband's death, Stanley F. And«rtxn, close friend of the family. «aid today. Anderson said Mrs. Rogers bad been under a physician's observation since her husband was killed in an Alaskan plane crash with Wiley post, but that she has not required actual treatment. Within the next few days, Anderson sld, Mrs. Rogers wiJI take a "quiet trip," the destination unannounced. Farmers National Grain Shows Loss CHICAGO. Aug. 27. UP)-- "Short crops and unfavorable conditions" were blamed today by C. E. Huff, president of the Farmers National 3rain corporation for a net loss of 5250,000 by the co-operative during the fiscal year ending June 30. Aniw«r to pr«vio«u A LONG WEEK-END AHEAD UST RIGHT' FOR THAT OIT H A V K BKEN PLANNING Knjny ft By Trading For A Reconditioned Guaranteed Used Car Orijfin:il OldMiiubile. Kndio. None Ix-Ue.r in town. Che.v. Sedan. JVew paint. Good tires. 1931 Bulrk Sedan. Good rubber. SCHOOL TEACHKKS 1939 Chev. Coupe. Clean. New fires. 2--1930 Chev. Coupes. Low mileage. Ready to go. I!)32 Ford Coupe. Several Model A's and V'8 WAGNER Trades For Less 202 I»t S. K. STARTER-GENERATOR IGNITION SERVICE J A C O B Y Battery and Electric Service HO S. Delaware Phone 319

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