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Y j_ zmm i_ '_ T_T , f~ ~ - _L MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. JANUARY 19 · 1937 · -- = : ^..CUJWIN v.ij.1 uojUBJi-UAZiJi/JLT.bJ, J A N U A R Y 19 Bi 1937 ^, T _ ^_ v T TT T A 1 r ' ~~ " "-- '· __ FIFTEEN WantjAds Sell Duck Boats, Goats and Financial or Musical Notes 4**« 771 T~~l TM _ _ _ ' l l ° r j ? t s 5 ; M o n e y to Loan 1 9 R e a l Estate. S n | P Evrh 7 « A . . . . . . . . . . ; :---- :. · Classified Advertising 8 - .« lotion PHONE 3800 - DURING 1937 - MAKE AND SAVE MONEY BY USING GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT ADS To know how inexpensive they are just glance over the rates quoted below-Vive Average Words In Each J^ine--Minimum Ail Two Lines Sir.fi One Three Seven oC-Ail nay Days Days 2 Lines ..$ .30 5 .70 '$1.30 3 Lines .. .45 1.05 1.95 4 Lines .. .60 1.40 2.BO 5 Lines .. .75 1.75 3.25 6 Lines .. .90 2.10 3.90 7 Lines .. 1.05 2A5 4.55 8 Lines . . 1.20 2.80 5.20 9 Lines .. 1.35 3.15 5.85 PRICES FOU CONSECUTIVE DAYS 15% discount if Ihc ad is paid within 5 days of the day it is inserted. INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications arc numbered according to the position in which they appear in the section. Lodges and Societies 1 Card of Thanks 2A Death Notices 2 Funeral Directors .1 In Mcrnorlam 3A Cemeteries -t Florists 5 Lost nnd Found R Personal. 1 ! 7 Beauty Shops 3 Business Services o Help Wanted. Female Sateswork for Women Help V/an Male Sales work for Men 13 Help Wanted, Male or Female 3 3 A Agents Wanted 14 Work Wanted. Women Work Wanted. Men Instruction Business Opportunities IB Money to Loan 19 Wanted to Borrov/ 20 Rooms for Rent 21 Apartments (or Rent 22 Houses for Rent 23 Cottages for Rent 23 A Business Places for Rent 24 10 n 12 15 16 Garages for Rent 25 farms. Acre- ages for Rent 25.i Wanted lo Rent 25 Houses and Lots for Sale £6 Business Property, Sale 27 Real Estate (or Sale, E.xch. 28 Rc.il Estate Wanted 29 flcal Estate Loans ,10 farms for Sale or Exchange 30* Miscellaneous for Sale 31 Swap Service 32 Home Furnishings 33 Musical Instruments 34 Radios and Service 35 Business Equipment 3G Good Thincs lo Eat - 37 Want (o Buy 38 Dogs, Birds, Other Pets Livestock and Equipment 40 Poultry and Supplies Automobiles for Sale 41 Auto Parts, Tires. Scrv. 43 Wanted, Automobiles 4i 39 41 ANNOUNCEMENT Death Notices ABRAGO, Lucia, infant son o. Mr. and Mrs. Celestino Abrago 620 Sixth street southwest, dice at a local hospital Tuesday morning following an illness. Funera services will be held at the McAuley funeral home at 10 o'clocl Wednesday morning, with Fathei C. E. Kurt in charge. Burial wil be at Elmwood cemetery. The Mc- Auiey funeral home in charge. BARTELL, Arlic Lowell, 18, died at his home, 2708 Jefferson avenue southwest, about 9:30 o'clock Sunday evening. Funeral services will be held at the Patterson funeral home Wednesday afternoon a 2:30 o'clock, with the Rev. David L. Kratz in charge of services Burial will be at Memorial Park cemetery. The Patterson funcra home in charge. GILBERT, William M., 66, died Sunday night following an illness. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Patterson funeral home, with the Rev. O. L. N. Wigdahl in charge of services. Burial wi be at Elmwood cemetery. The Patterson funeral home in charge. STEWART, Mrs. Ida Estelle, 54, died at a local hospital at 12:4fi o'clock Monday morning following an illness. Funeral services will be held at Ihc Patterson funeral home Wednesday. Burial will bt ,.t Rockwell cemetery. The Patterson funeral home in charge. Funeral ^Directors 3 McAULEY Funeral Home--Complete service day and night 8 S. Adams. Phone 651. MEYER Funeral Home--Dependable service. 128 Third St. N. E. Phone 1505. PATTERSON Funeral Homo--A service for those who care. Ambulance. 322 N. Wash. Phone 1140. RANDALL Funeral Home.Ambu- lance service. 104 3rd St N. E. Ph. 511. C. E. Snipps. H. B. Major. Cemeteries MEMORIAL PAHK--"The Cemetery Beautifuf." Perpetual maintenance.,I. O. F. Bldg. 172, 1827J, DO YOU want to bring sunshine to a "shut in?" Send flowers from Kemble's Greenhouse. Ph. 55. EXPRESS YOUR SYMPATHY with fresh, lovely flowers from Kemble's Greenhouse. Ph. 55. Lost and Found L O A N S LOST--Smokey black 'male pup with ragged ears. Ph. 3413-W LOST -- Springer Spaniel, wit brown collar. Ph. 4256-W. Re ward. Personals "CHRYSLER AIRTEMP", th perfect air conditioning. J. 1 Marston. 107 1st St. S. E. Ph. 1GL 1 REE!--If excess acid causes yo Stomach Ulcers, Gas Pains. In digestion, Heartburn, get free sam pie doctor's prescription, Udga, a Michael, Ford-Hopkins and Wa green Drug Stores. Business Services FEDERAL Corporation Automo bile Financing. 309 First Natl Bank Building. Phone 516. GLASSES--We use the best qua] ity at a price you can afford t pay. Dr. Knutson, Opt, Weir Bldg EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted, Female 10 WANTED -- Gi'rl for part tim work. Experienced with chil dreu. Pli. 30S7J. WANTED--Maid for gcnl. hswl Write A-1S, Globe-Gazette. WANTED -- school gin to wor. for board and room. Stale age qualifications. Write R-19, Globe Gazette. WANTED -- Girl for housework 4 N. Jefferson. Ph. 1031J. Saleswork for Women 1' WANTED SALESWOMAN Must be over 21, with nice-per sonality, intelligent and earnes Good position for right parly. Ap ply in own handwriting, givin sales experience. WRITE A-16 GLOBE-GAZETTE Help Wonted, Male 12 WANTED--Married man on farm March 1. Ref. required. Slal wages. St. Ansgar. Write R-18 Globe-Gazette. Wanted March 1 st Married man to manage farm year around job. Must be goo worker and reliable. Good wages Appear in person this week. GEO. BARKJEMA Alexander low. Male, Female Help 13A WANTED--Clerk; experience no necessary- Morris Food Store. Work Wanted, Men 16 EXP. SINGLE MAN wants farm work. Ph. 1549W after 4:30 p.m FINANCIAL Money to Loan 19 ISTBILLS" Paid in Full *\nd money left over. Group yout bills here. Have one place to pay Easy Repayment Plan. LOANS to $300 SECURITY LOAN CO. 121 1st Nat. Bank. Ph. 41 4'/i% FARM 5% CITY MONEY For refinancing, building, buying. Monthly payments optional. W. L. PATTON · CAR PAYMENTS REDUCED i/ 2 f your car payments are too high n many instances we can refi- lance your contract and reduce 'our payments as much as one- lalf. Additional money can be ob- ained if needed. We offer many lans including a special plan for farmers. See us today. iome Loan Finance ' COMPANY 2nd Floor Foresters Bldg. Friendly Financial SERVICE 'ou need not hesitate lo sec us if loney is needed. We are always lad lo explain our plan. Consoli- aie your obligalions into one ac- ount with one small payment monthly. Jnited Financial Service 1st N. W. Ph. 1414 Ready Money e\v people have relalives or ·lends who can conveniently lend hem up to $300 on short nolice nd any time. But everyone can ome to us, knowing that we are repared to make a loan any day, nd to allow ample time for re- ayment in conveniently small, regular amounts. Humphrey Finance Co. O'/i N. Fed. · Ph. 578 UP TO 5300.00 Furniture, Autos, Livestock, Machinery, Diamonds and other Persona] Property. Anywhere in North Iowa. Interest charged only on the unpaid balance for the actual lime used. FREE INFORMATION C. L. Pine Loan Co. Diagonally Opp. 1st Nat'l Bank. 204 Weir Bldg., Mason City, Iowa Get CASH to Pay From Your CAR By using our convenient, confi- denlial monthly payment AUTO LOAN PLAN Home Office: Corner South of New City Hall Phone 670 Midland Investment Co. LOWEST COST LOCAL MONEY Loans on common sense low rate plans. Before you borrow anywhere be sure to see us. INDUSTRIAL CREDIT CORP Over Penney's Phone 1521 FOR RENT Rooms for Rent 21 FOR RENT--2 redecorated mode r n furnished, housekeeping rooms. Adults. 220 7th N. E. FOR RENT -- Room, Kirk apis Call 3383W after G p. m. FOR RENT--2 turn. nns. downstairs; pri. ent.; everythina funi. Ph. 3381. FOR RENT--3 unfurn. rms., heated. Inquire 13D1 N. Adams. LA SALLE HOTEL --224'/, S Federal. Under new management. A clean, respectable place to slay. Both sleeping and Cui- nishccl housekeeping rooms at reasonable prices. FOR RENT--Room. Mrs. Orrcn Porter, Clear Lake. FOR RENT--Mod. slpg. rm. 224 -1st S. W. Pii. 1753. FOR RENT--Sleeping room. 523 S. Conn. Apartments for Rent 22 FOR cnt., S4.5Q wk. Ph. 3185. FOR KENT--2 m,. mod . apt . 61l) N. Del. Phono 3157-J. FOR RENT -- Upper duplex, all mod. 225 14th St. S. E. Ph. 2338. FOR RENT--3 rm. furnished -apt. See J. B. Youngblood. FOR RENT at Clear Lake. New, _strictly modern apartment, furnished or unfurnished. 3 rooms and kitchenette, bath complete gas heat. Hr E. Freeman, Clear Lake. Houses for Rent 23 FOR RENT 5 rooms Midland Heights S12 00 4 rooms East Side 515.00 5 rooms Close in, Modern. .325.00 3 rooms Southeast $27 50 2 family, Close in ...530.00 5 room Bungalow, Close in 535 00 A. M. Schanke Co. TELEPHONE 1300 FOR RENT--7 rm. 'mod. house close in, $25.00; 6 rm. mod. duplex; fine location, fi rm. mod bungalow, $25, N. E. W. L. Pinton, 109 E. State. FOR RENT--2 rm. house. 121 4th FOR RENT--G rm. bungalow. Ph 3096. house. N. E. parl. Call at 316 4th N. E. Real Estate Loans 30 MORTGAGE LOANS ON North Iowa Farms . . . 4M%-5% Mason City Real Estate 4 ] /2%-5% Large fund life insurance and Private money. Choice Mortgages For Sale. HUGH H. SHEPARD 502-508 Foresters Bldg. Ph. 284 Forms for Sole, Exch. 3OA FOR SALE -- Meyer farm; joins town Popejoy; SO A., $110 per A. Mantev's. Automobiles for Sale 42 FOR SALE 52,000 cash will) balance easy terms buys stock farm in Cerro Gordo county at $55 per acre. Beck Bros. Co. Phone 134 · I FOR SALE--Northern Iowa and southern Minn., from 80 to 400 acres. Small down payment, 30 yrs. loan at low rate of interest This is an opportunity to own your home at the very best possible terms. Poss. Mar. 1. O. B Anderson, Forest City, Iowa. FOR SALE 160 acres well imp. near Dougherty. This is one'of the best farms in Cerro Gordo county. Can give possession March 1st. Price am terms very reasonable. 130 acres on graveled hishwaj near Fertile, has small house some timber, GO acres of field anc alfalfa, balance fine bluegrass pasture with running water. 1 sold before March 1st, S5.000. 40 acres unimproved, rejiced all it grass. Located 3 miles from Cleai Lake, $2,000. FREEMAN KENYON Clear Lake i ow MERCHANDISE Miscelloneous for Sale 31 FOR SALE--Man's fur coat, cheap 33 13th St. N. E. FOR SALE -- Rccleaned White Blossom sweet clover seed 510.50 per 100. Ph. 2-F-50, Nora Springs. FOR SALE--H;iy,' timothy, baled or loose. Alfalfa and straw baled. 5 mi. south, 2'/i east city C. A. Blum. FOR SALF,--Iowa Lump Coal, 5 ton delivered, city scale weights 192G Chevy coach, $18. 422 N Monroe. Ph. 403. FOR SALE--Alfalfa hay and sil age. Vi mile south and 1 miL west o£ Emery. FOR SALE--Brand new bicycle balloon tires, rens. Write Herman G. Genapp, Rockwell, Iowa FOR SALE--Snow suits, at special price o! S2.98. Ladies' up to the m i n u t e wool dresses, values up to 53.98, while they last, SI. 19 Children's rubbers, 25c; -I buckle overshoes, 4!)c. South Side Exchange. 337 S. Federal. FOR SALE--Coal, black caracul 20. Ph. 1321. Swap Service 32 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. Re- Dlies 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. SWAP--A' Kenwood sleeping bag, like new, for a f i r e a r m or interest in outboard single or what have you? Write RR-18/ Globe- "azetle. FOR RENT--Jan. 15 mod. duplex 121 N. Ga., $30. Ph. 2113J. Business Places for Rent 24 FOR RENT--For moderate priced offices see J. B. Youngblood. : arms, Acreages for Rent 25A 'OR SALE OR RENT-at Clear Lake, March 1. 2"A acres with partly modern 5 room house; good farage; some outbuildings. H. E Freeman, Clear Lake, Iowa. Wonted to Rent B25 VANTED TO RENT--Service station, Mason City or vicinity. Stale location and proposition irst letter. Houses, Lots for Sale 26 R^AlF^lTTmVT^'cie^- Lake. Fine strictly modern home bedrooms and bath, second loor; first floor, 1 bedroom and ath, living room, dining room and Kitchen; nice porches. A full base- ncnt with good heating plant' civ double garage. Freeman enyon, Clear Lake, Iowa. )R SALE--Partly mod. G rm house, 51,000. Terms. A. K. Jorenson, Clear Lake. REAL ESTATE Business Property,. Sale 27 OR SALE--Profitable food market, well located in Mason City 2,500 will handle. Write B-I9 -.lobe-Gazette. ' OR SALE--Grocery and / meal marhcl, Rro.ssiiif; ?SO,000, Cen- ·al Iowa. Write A-13 Globe-Gn- ctte, Home Furnishings 33 FOH SALE--Dining rm. suite, elec. rofrig., "Norgc," almost new: other household articles. 326 W State. Musical Instruments 34 FOR SALE--Beautiful high g r a d e piano, like new, priced for quick sale. L. Woodstock, Clear Lake. Wanted to Buy 38 -- Feeder i Geo. Wharam, Mason City. WANTED TO BUY--Equity in 6 rm. bungalow; give full particulars^ Write T-18, Globe-Gazette. WANTED TO BUY--Used t u r n , nnd stoves. East Side F u r n . Ex-change. 405 3rd N. E. Ph. (HO. WANTED--To buy used cash registers, typewriters, adding machines. Ph. 1033. WANTED--Used furniture, stoves. Graham's. 204 S. Fed. Ph. 301, WANTED--Used furniture, Joe Goss, 212 South Fed. Ph. 042. WANTED TO BUY--Stock cattle. Write T-1D, Globe-Gazette. ^ Birds, Other Pets 39 FOR SALE -- Wirehair terrier pups. D12 4th St. S. W. Ph. 3365 Livestock and Equipment 40 FOR SALE -- 1 Spotted Poland China stock hofj. Will Hunt, n mi. S. W. Mason City. FOR SALE--1 young sow, weight 250 Ibs, 170!) N. Carolina. . '36 Chevrolet Master Town Sedan '36 Chevrolet Master Coach '35 Chevrolet Master Coach .'35 Ford Coach '34 Ford Coupe '33 Ford Coupe '33 Ford Town Sedan '34 Studebakcr Sedan TRUCKS '3K Chevrolet L. W. B. duals, with 10 ply'tires---overload springs like new '35 Chevrolet. 1,. \V. "R. duals '31 Chevrolet L. W. B. duals '31 Ford L. W. B. duals .Chevrolet Co a9 Iiic a "NORTH IOWA'S LARGEST USED CAR DEALER" 18 South Washington Phone 665 Livestock and Equipment 40 FOR SALE--Purebred Shorthorn bull. J. M. Stevenson, R. 3, City. FOR SALE--Few choice Jersey cows, fresh and springers, butler- lat records up to 500 pounds; also yearling heifers from proven sires. Gauger Jersey Farm, Rockford, la. Poultry and Supplies 41 Rock and 3 Bufl Rock roosters. Call S. R. Hutchinson. Electrolux office, 14-18. FOR SALE--Tested White Rock roosters. Wni. Nuehring, Rockwell, Iowa. ATTENTION FARMERS -- Out- new 1937 farm record calendars are now available and you can get yours at the Mason City Hardware store. Mason City Hatchery. Automobiles for Sale 42 Good Will Used Cars 1935 Plymouth 4-Door Sed., with Trunk Heater. E.xt. clean. 1S35 Chevrolet 4-Door Sod., with Heater and Sportlighl. 1935 Chev. Coach with Healer. 1935 Ford 4-Door Sedan, Heater. 1933 Pontiac 4-0001- Sedan, Heater, Radio. 1S31 Pontiac Condi. 1932 Chevrolet Coach. 1932 Plymouth 4-Door Sedan. TRADE-- TERMS John Gallagher, Inc. PONTIAC B's and 8's 25-27 Second S. E. Phone 1567 Open Evenings and Sundavs ler iei 1932 BLACK 4 - DOOR SEDAN. Tires practically new, even to the spare. Hot water heater, original finish, excellent shape, loo. A way better than the average car. The price is going to surprise you, too. Let's see you in to see it. Zenor Motor Co. l^'i" R G CARS Sold with :\ written money back guarantee and a two day driving rivilcge. 3(5 F^RD DE LUXE TUDOR TOURING with trunk, radio, hentcr and defroster. Driven 12,000 miles by p r o m i n e n t local wonuni. Sold new for $823.G4. NOW is $625.00 YOU SAVE SI93.G'! 3fi CHEVROLET MASTER DE LUXE TOWN SEDAN. Has trunk, radio, heater, sportlite, chromium disc wheels, turret (op, hydraulic brakes and knee action. Driven 18,000 miles. Sold DRW S886.2I. d G C r t AA PRICE NOW IS. dOOU.UU YOU SAVE $236.21 60 Others lo Choose From Pritchard Motor Co. YOUR FORD DEALER ' Pennsylvania at First St. S. E. Lodge Notices ]UEI:N KKBI;KAU i.onr.E "No I. O. O. P. HALL t i S O r. M. C.iirf p a r l y 2 o'elnck Tuc-S. al the hall. MI1S. E A H t , LEAMAN. N. G. Ph. 3S43 MliS. MAUDE MAXSON. R cc . Sec. Ph 3096 runs. n. E. KOLWINSKA, Fin. Sec. Ph. ' AUCTION SALE THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, AT 12:30 P. M. SHARP Lund Stables ON NO. 18 -- EAST OF MASON CITY 200 -- HEAD OF CATTUE -- 200 STOCKER STEERS. i»IUNGEK HEIFERS COWS ami BREEDING BULLS ^ -- HEAD BREEDING EWES and FEEDING LAMBS -- 25 100 -- C H O I C E F E E D I N G PIGS -- 100 Boars and Brood Sows Bring anything you have to sell Lunch on (lie ^rn,,,,,K- Gct Your Livestock iu Early-Sale Will siart a?12[-30 SimTM WE I N V I T E YOU TO ATTEND -- TERMS, CASH r, _. STABLES ' X* 8 -- PHONES -- RESIDENCE, 383G Ora Baylcss, 4127 _ AUCTIONEERS ~ Jack Dor^, Plymouth ItAKDI.YG J . O D G I : No. (1 l!l A. r. AM) A. M. 7::i(l 1'. M. Work in 1st decree fri.. Jan. 22nd. K. L. HUDSON. W. M. Plinnti 1727 C. C. HAL.PHIDE, Scc'y. Phono 240 III:NI:VOT.KNCK I.ODGI: NO. 115 A. F. AND A. M. 1:1!1) r. i». Slnlcri communic.-iUon First Thursday of each month. C. .H. JOHNSON. W. M. D. D. GILBERT. Scc'y. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF T H K A P P O I N T M E N T OF K N C C U T O U STATE OF IOWA. Ccrro Gordo County. ss. No. 43^0. Notice is hereby Mlven, t h a t tlin undcr- sEtiML'd lias been (inly appointed and q u a l i f i e d .is Executor nC the dilate ot Joscphus C. Cooper, Deceased. Intc oJ Ccn-n Gordo Comity. AH persons indcbl- cd lo said estate arc requested to m a K c i m m e d i a t e pynmcnt; and ihosc having claims nt-amst the 3 rime will prcscni tlicrn, duly .·uinientjc.ilcrl. i o the undersigned tor allowance, a n d fiJc In I h e office nf the Ocrk of (lie District Couri FAY COOPKR, Executor. BREESE CORNWALL, Attorneys Da led .Ian. !). J937. : S. J i . MsicPEAK. Clerk District Court. By M A R G A R E T RII.EV. Deputy. XOTICE Of P R O B A T E O T In n i s l r l r t C i i i i r t O c l o h c r Term, 39;iG STATE OF IOWA. Cerro G o rrlo Cnun t y, s s. No. -JD-Ifi. To All IVhom It fllay C n i i c r r n : · YOU ARE H E R E B Y NOTIFIED. Thai nn E i u t r i i m c n t of w r i t i n g p u r p o r t i n g to lti t h e last WJll and Testament of It. D. I.im!s«ny. Deceased, ci.iicfl J u n e 2-Hli, IQ:tU h a v i n g been l l i i s day f i l e d , opened and rt, Monday t h e Jst day ot February, 7, is fixed for h e a r i n g proof of same at Iho Court House in Alusan City. Iowa before the D i s t r i c t Court of said County or t h e clerk of salit Court; nnd at i i'clock P. J\!.. of t h e day nbove rncn- .mnccl aH pnrpor.s interested arc tieruby ni tilled, atirl required to appear, ami slio\v catisc if a n y they h n v c , whv said H.stnnncnt should not he probated and HJowcd n« nnd for the l;ist Will and L c s l n i n c n t of x n i d dcccasetl. Dated at M.TSOIJ Cily, Iowa, Jamiarv 2nd, 19;i7. S. II. MacPEAJC, Clerk Of District Court. Hy--MarRaret niloy, Dcpuly, CLOSING OUT MONDAY, JAN. 25 -- 12:30 O'CLOCK On farm located 2 mifes east and 2'/2 miles north of Swaledale; 3'/ 2 miles south of Burcliinol; 4'/ z miles west and 2Vz miles north of Rockwell. 7 -- HEAD OF HORSES -- 7 1 gray gelding c o m i n g , 4 years old, weight 1500 Ibs.; 1 bay mare, c o m i n g 7 years old, weight 1300 Ibs.; 1 sorrel gelding, coming 3 years old, w e i g h t 1350 Ibs., broke; 1 gelding, coming 3 years old, w e i g h t 1100 Ibs.; 1 bay mare, coming 3 years old, weight 1350 Ibs., broke; 1 gelding roan colt, coming 2 years old; 1 roan mare colt, coming 2 years old. 31 HEAD OF CATTLE -- 31 8 Shorthorn milch cows; 10 Hereford heifers coming 2 -years old, bred; 1 Hereford bull coming 2 years aid; 7 yearling- calves'; 5 small calves. M A C H I N E R Y Sandwich elevator; wagon and box; Emerson gang p l o w ' t w o row corn plow; Hayes planter; Z sets at harness; 6 horse collars. LUNCH WAGON IN THE YARD Ora Bayless, Aucr. Norrhwest Savings Bank, Clerk. 'Don't swing lo Lett or Right," .eclurer advises America, "the safest place is in Hie middle of road." The speaker must he the u n f a m i l i a r wit!) our automobile statistics.--Dallas News, LAPINER'S RELIABLE USED CARS Setter values than these cannot be "ound in Iowa. That we guarantee. !6 Ford De Luxe Fordor Sedan. Mot a spot on this b e a u t i f u l car. S195 down. $24 finance charge. 17 payments of $25 pays in full. Ford Tudor Sedan. Clean as a pin. Guaranteed in every detail. 125 down, S I G finance charge. 14 payments of $20 pays in full. Lapiner Motor Co. 1935 FORD DeLuxe Sedan, trunk, good tires, motor perfect. Gray paint, new or guarantee. $125 down, $25 per month. FOLSOM AUTO CO. 10-25 3rd N. E. FOR SALE--1937 Dodge Sedan, very low milcnse; heater, radio. W i l l sell at very big discount, Ph. 3482W, AUNT HET Robert Quillen in my t i m e tried to keep their women folks pure and innocent, and n girl never huarcl any flirty stories t i l l she got married." IYESTOCK SALE! Sales Pavilion--Highways IS and fi!) Garner, fowa--Begins Promptly at 12:00 Noon 350 -- CATTLE -- 350 Listed In advance w i t h our clerk are the fol!o\vin ff lots: 20 white face heifer calves, wclRhl 400 Ibs. (acclimated)- 20 bJiordioMi arid white face steer calves, weight 125 His. (acclimated); 20 Hereford heifer calves, weight 475 Ibs. ( f l e s h y Nebraska); .JO Shorthorn steers, w n l f f h l 625 Ibs. (In feeder flesh) 15 Shorthorn heifers, wci s hl 000 His.; 10 Shorthorn heifers, weight 750 Ibs. ( f a t ) . You farmers whn ncect feeding calllc or pasture cattle can f i n d what you want here. Liberal receipts of m i l k cows springers, bulls, calves, f e e d e r cattle (both steers and heifers) and butcher s t u f f arc expected. We have been selling large numbers of fat steers and heifers in these sales, and our i-on- sisnors have ticen wnli pleased with their retiirn.s. If you have cattle In sell place them on this market. 250 --HOGS --250 Several Infs of jjond quality feeding pigs will be sold this Thursday (some arc Inns time vaccinated). A lar ff e number of hoes wciBhliiff 100 to 150 Ibs. were sold last Thursday. If you have this class (n sell, yon will find no better outlet than 'this sale A total of 521 bogs were sold in our rlnff last week. 50 -- SHEEP -- 50 The usual run of feeder lambs, fat Iambs, breeding ewes and bucks. IVc have an order for 100 b u c k shncp so If you have any lo dispose of. brlnj- them in. HORSR SALE--125 HORSES A N D COLTS SATURDAY. J A N U A R Y 23rd (12 Noon) Demand for bnrscs is coining back to life w i t h the sprlnff season approaching. Due to the insistence of both consignors and buyers we arc offcrinjr this special sale. Keep this date In mlnrt and be here. Some real {rood horses have been listed. Mr C. K. rraclor iviH x offer 15 horses f a i t yonnfr, and top notch animals i n c l u d i n g several matched pairs). These horse, sales will be run every other S a t u r d a y u n t i l f u r t h e r notice. Mr. f a u l Griesenrr xvill n f f r r .several sets of new harness and harness accessories. The quality of his work is wcl'l known. TA7X'i^ 722 SOUTH FEDERAL. 1 ©AHNEE SALES CO.,-Inc. arner. Iowa, I'honc ,17 «r 111 or Klcmmn, Iowa, rhonn 1?. *7"J*

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