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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 30 1935 Time to Buy or Sell Your Farm--Use Globe-Gazette Want A Jossified formation ccatm a Uo« rmt * lio« let each ·onMCUtl** «ufc- iBMTtiOB. fir* avtnica word* lo tb« Hoc). !·· bucrtloua art Jlv«o for Uu prlc« PcrsonoH KARLOTTA, Cryatal Gazer, reading*. Kartotta Cottage, Bayslde. HALF 1 Price wallpaper sale. Paper your room for 68c and up. Compare our value*. R. S. Shepherd Paint Wallpaper. Opp. -Chapman'*, 16 i*t St. S. E. Ph. 1362. Lost and ?oimd LOST--Friday, tire and rim between Ma«on City andl Rockwell. Rew'd. H. G. Haman, Rt. 1, City. Money to Lean 8 OSSFLAT ADVEKT1B1NU icenti per cuiumn Inch each Insertion ouat ot 15 per cent will be allowed elualfled advertlMmtnti paid for at at Iruertioo 01 not later thai t attw. extended far elaaslfled adrer- U an account thirty day* old owa adj are- payable ta ad- en want Adi muit b* called «ayi of Lh» cancellation date for tlngl* advertlaement, "blind** advet'llituaenta muat lie lb« latter elated in the ad., ~ Ulob*-Gaiett*. Under DO clr- rill tha Gtobe-Gaiette reveal the ·s* laiarUnc "blind" advertlje- PHONE S800 a. m. and a p. m. and aak for Ih* A.d Taker. i INDEX TO CLASSIFIED ifleation* ar« namber«4 nrding to th« position IB' whicb they appear In th« section. --*,«» 38 ·tor Rent .. 45 Itnentj . . . . 7 lActeieorie* 12 I for 8«1* .T 7« ptorar.* . . .A7« uck . . . . . OT pairing , . VI I Parian .. 1« Room . . . 49 A · I Vault! . . . A S Hatcrlala . 43 L · « a- SI Houses fox Houses for instruction tniurauc* Investment Sal* 47 Rent 46 ..... 39 11 ..... 10 Oppor- lot Thankj dlata .ctora . .. |j. Dyer. Notice* . lies z» ReiUu- IT 1 13 It is A 4 6 1 AST irdl. Pet* A3 at Op- Itles 40 Service 61 em Serv- . .A30 Ir Sale .. SO r Rent .A."id acbJnery 01 | . . . A M . Dlreetora I I for I for Rent 68 Salt 6U i n I t d, nv ...... i n t e d, 30 s 31 t o t e d , .... 32 i n t e d, Ifemale . A3fl ol. Furs 78 Id Gnodi 73 In Memotlam ...A '2 job Printing .... 2U Laundrlea 21 Livestock tor Sale 52 Location Wanted 60 L»,al and Found 6 Lota for Sal* ... 41 Machinery 64 Milk 22 Misc. for Sale ... 65 Mlic. (or Rent .. »6 Money to Loan .. 8 Mortgages V M o n u m e n t s A 4 Musical Instr. ... 68 Nursery Stock .. 57 Osteopaths 15 Optometrist] . ...A16 Offices tor Rent «3 OCllce Furn., Fix. A«:t O f f i c e EqulpU ... «4 Painting, Decor. 24 personal! 6 Photographers .. 2S Plumhlni. Hts;. .. 2B Poultry, E R R S .. 74 Uacllo Suppllca .. 27 Real Estate .... 56 Hcoms tor Rent 44 Sate or Trad* .. .AM Sale or Rent .. ,A47 Sttds. STecrts ... 28 Herv. Offered ...A:I:I aruiation wid. .. :|3 Stamps. Coins . .A71 Stationery ...... 71 Stocks ............ 72 Summer Cottages 67 Service ... 38 Travel BXtreHU . .A 5 Trade or Eich. , ' 4' UuliaUStrlns .... 59 Wtd. lo Borrow . 77 Wtd. to Buy .... 75 Wtri., Misc ...... A75 Wtrt. to Rent ... 7« \ V e a n n t AppareL 70 CONFIDENTIAL LOANS $300 or Less 'F YOU need extra cash for an - emergency or to clean up miscellaneous d e b t s , Investigate the United Financial plan. *ou will be surprised to learn how easily you may borrow the money to take care of your debts. PERSONALIZED SERVICE Every person, man or woman, is given that personal, individualized service that we all want and appreciate. Hundreds of people have com* to know about our service and are recommending it to their friends. WE LOAX ON Your car Your household goods If our personal property OUR MONEY IS THE SAME BUT OUR SERVICE IS DIFFERENT United Financial Service 3rd Door East of Courthouse Phone 1414 Help Wonted, F««ioU 31 WANTED--Exp. girl for houae- . work. No telephone call*. 816 S. Wash. WANTED--Exp. jbeauly operator with following. Ph. 179. WANT--Exp. girl for housework. Must like children. Ph. 148 Manly, Iowa, Mrs. C. N. Housh. H«lp Wanted, Male 32 WANTED--A young man capable of doing fairly good stenographic work. Must have had some exp. in bookkeeping and accounting. Write S-28, Globe-Gazette. HOW WOULD You like to make $7.50 a day? Own a brand new Ford sedan besides? ge your own boss? I send everything you need. Positively no money risk. Details free. Albert Mills, 7339 Monmouth, Cincinnati, Ohio. TWO 5foung men under 22 to'travel , in Iowa, Kansas and Texas. Must be H. S. graduates and free to tr*v- el. Transportaation paid. Salary. See Mr. Hodge, Hanford hotel, 6-8 p. m. or morning. Situation Wanted 33 Apt*, far Rent 45 FOR RENT-- -Unfura. 309 E. State. apt., adults. FOR RENT--3 rm. f u r n . apt., pri. bath, garage, elec. refrigerator. no children. 317 7 N. W. FOR RENT--Choice 2 rm. apt., close in, everything furn. Ph. 2657. FOR RENT--Furn. apt. 304 1st S. E. light hskpg. FOR RENT--Warm 4 rm. and bath furn. apt. 1308 N. Conn. FOR RENT--Apt. M6 5 S. K. FOR RENT--Mod. apt., close in. Redecorated. Ph. 772.1 or 174. FOR RENT--3 rm. apt. Ph. 2357. FOR RENT--Clean mod. aptj., exceptionally well furn. 672 E. State. FOR RENT--Partly furn. apis, two or three rooms. 109 S. Penn. AUTO LOANS R-E-F-I-N-A-N-C-I-N-G FKATURBS OF OUR PLAN 1. Your car need not be clear. 2. Smaller payments -- more cash advanced. S. Pay only for time you keep the money, i. l^oans on late models. Bring along your registration certificate -- Quick service. Home Loan Finance Company 204 Forester'* Building MONE* TO LOAN on Mason City home. Alliance Phone 849. Investment Co. Death Notices 1 IN, Charles, 79, died at t.he f. O. F. home Sunday morning, [ing; a long illness. Funeral |s were held at. the home afternoon. Burial will be at The Patterson funeral ICharles Clifford, 67, died at Hanford Saturday owing a long illness. Fu- Iccs will be held Tuesday it 2:30 o'clock at the irch, with George A. arge. B u r i a l will be at |rk cemetery. The Patsi home in charge. h, dind at his f a r m f.a west of Grafton following a linger- neral a r r a n g e m r n t s completed Monday. , funeral home in .Thanks ,ir friends and ^tiful floral pxtended to son and |ale Walsh. je Walsh Becker M-0-N-E-Y $30 to $300 for T A X K S S C H O O L E X T E N S E S C O A L B I L L S North Iow»'s Oldest Loan Co. SECURITY LOAN CO. S21 1st N u l l . Bk. Phone 412 MONEY To Loan On Farm Lands and Mason City Real Estate. Excellent Terms and Rates. E. W. CLARK CO. 204 Forester's BUIg. LOANS Up To $300.00 ANYWHERE IN NORTH IOWA Made to Responsible Families of Individuals. NO SIGNERS NO ENDORSERS Vour Own Security Only Pay Interest on only n c t n n l u n p a i d balances for actual number ol days used. Prompt, P r i v a t e , Friendly Service Always. See, Phone or W r i t e us for FREE INFORMATION C. L. Pine Loan Company Diagonally Opposite 1st Nail. Bank 204 Weir Bldg., Mason City, Iowa EXP. single man wants work on farm. Pick corn by bu. Ph. 6F14, Clear Lake. WANTED--Housekeeping by mid- dleaged woman who haa 2 small children, school age. In town or country. Can give good references. Write R-30, Globe-Gazette. POSITION WANTED by young- woman. General office, typing, shorthand, switchboard. Can operate multfgraph, addresaograph, graphotyp« and bookkeeping machine. Several year* experience. PHONE 2718 EXP. middle aged lady wishes hskpg. position. 423 1/ 4 3 N. E. Services Offered A3 3 WANTED--Hswk. by day. Ph. 3351. WANTED--Beet hauling. Have 2 '35 trucks. Write Z-27, Globe-Gazette. Soles men 35 SALESMEN wanted with car to represent 35 yr. old Iowa firm, year around work If you qualify. Can use 4 men, two women. See home office representative F. K. French, 204 West State after 7 p. m. Swap Service 38 SWAP--Valuable business lot In Chicago for Mason City property. Write XX-30, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--3 nice lota in Orchard heights add. for livestock. Write BB-30, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Bosch battery set. radio for sewing machine. Write DD-30, Globe-Gar.eUe. SWAP--Very nice player piano, several rolls, for team suckling colts. Write KK-27, Globe-Gazette. Three times or less offering · "SWAP" costs nothing. The ad must have a Globe-Gazette "key" number and the advertiser will pay 10 cent* for each reply. Replied are to be called for at the Want Ad counter. For every line over 3 lines, besides 10 centa for each answer, regular rates will b« charged. SWAP -- New Burpee sealer for full size maple bed. Write JJ-27, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Several Ibs. goose feathers for potatoes. Write 11-27, Globe- Gazette. SWAP -- Full blooded Dalmatian puppy for shotgun. Write RR-27, Globe-Gazette. Sale or Trade A38 FOR SALE OR TR.VDB 6 rm. mod. house tn good rendition w r l l located in College A d d i t i o n , offered clear for stock of merchandise. H. A. mVKLLE Phone ISOO or 38"4J Trade or Exchange 42 FOR RENT--4 rm. mod. apt 2477 For Apartments See J. B. Youngblood Ph. 36 or 2877 FOR RENT--Small Wepler apt.; no children. Inq. 114 N. Adums. FOR RENT--1 and 2 rm. furn. apt*. 117 Vi N. Fed. FOR RENT--2 rm. mod. f u r n . apt. at 610 N. Del. Ph. 3157J. FOR RENT -- Mod. adults. 103 N. Penn. lurn. apt., FOR RENT--One rm. studio apt., 112 5th St. N. W. FOR RENT--Apt., $3.50 wk. 4261. Houtet for Rent 46 FOR RENT--4 rm. mod. house. 805 S. Polk. Ph. 347W. FOR RENT -- Forest low, ?40. Ph. 30. Park bunga- FOR RENT--6 rm. mod. bungalow, excellent; 6 rm. house, mod., close in; 7 rm. mod. anrt others. W. L. Patton, Foresters Bldg. FOR RENT--Small house, J16. 151 6 S. W. Inq. 615 S. Adams. FOR RENT--House, 5 rms. and bath, garage, ?30. 122 10th St. S. W. Ph. 2151W. FOR RENT--House; mod. S rm, 20 ',4 Ninth St. N. W. Ph. 2622W. FOR RENT--7 rm. house, 628 S. Van Buren. Inq. Deluxe Grocery. FOR RENT--7 rm. mod. house, new furnace. 101B N. Penn, 596. FOR RENT--5 rm. mod. house, $16. Alliance Investment Co. Ph. 849. FOR RENT--Modern 4 rm. house north. Ph. 919. FOR RENT--7 rm. house, all modern. 121 4th S. W. FOR RE'NV--Now, desirable B rm. nil mod. house; good part of town. Call 602, Dr. Hynds. RENT Your home from Brlar-Geer. List property with Brlar-Geer. Buy from Brlar-Geer. Ph. 3414. FOR RENT -- Furnished all mod. bungalow; good location. Call 1928 between 9 a. m. and 5 p. m. Houses for Sole 47 FOR SALE--Houses, 8 rm.. East Stale, $3,200; 10 rm., 9 N. \y., $5,000; 7 rm., 13th S. E., ^3,500;' 5 rm., S. Carolina, $2,400. Geo. Van Every. Ph. 3083. FOR SALK--6 rm. house a n d 4 lots on p a v i n g and cat-line. G. E. Mc- Colloiigh, Wfl3t Beauty Porters i g [ WILL TRADE Trailer for boy's bi- PERMANENT WAVES, 51, $1.50, $1.98 and $2.50. Shampoo and finger wave 50c. Ph. 3011, call for Le Moderne Annex. 212Vi N. Fed. Ave. Business Opportunities 29 FOR SALE--Portable h a m m e r mill in A-l condition. Good business. Quitting acc't. of poor health. Earl Schaub, Northwood. FOR SALE I X CLK.VIt L . V K K room, f e a t u r i n g home cnok- Suitable for married couple or Vo women. Living quarter*. 1/ow r r n t . Write p-20, Globe-Gazette, Clear Lake Help W«nted, Female 31 |TED--Girl 23-25 for ework. Must be ei i and able to cooi 922 N. Mad.^ MANj ladies to general cycle. Ph. 3340. FOR EXCHANGE--Modern, close in home in Iowa City, suitable for apartments, for home in Mason City. W r i t e Miss Ethel Cook, care Mason City high school. Rooms for Rent 44 FOR R E N T -- W a r m . f u r n . hou.w- k e e p i n g rooms. 222 S. Washington. FOR R E N T -- R m . If 1.50. Board if desired, reasonable. H15 S. Del. For Rent --Slpj?. rms. 229 E. Slate. FOR RENT -Rm., also ^ara^e 21 BOW. 323 N. A d a m s . Ph. FOR SALE--Well Park bungalow. Bros. Co. located Forest Terms. Beck FOR R A L R - . f i room honsr. 619 6 S. E. Inquire 546 S 9. K. Acreage* A48 Autae tor Sal* 1935 fONTIAC . . . $685 fi Cyl. Coach. Black. De Luxe. A - 1 , 1934 CHEVROLET . . $495 This S Door ha* low mileage. 1933 REO $345 Small · Cylinder. 4 Uoor. Black 1934 PONTIAC . . . $585 A Clean 8 Cyl. De Luxe t Door Sod. 1 9 3 3 OLDSMOilLE . . $495 2 Door With Trunk. Black. 6 Cyl. 1933 OLDSMOBILE . . $585 4 rroor With Trunk. Black. 8 Cyl. 1932 CHEVROLET . . $345 2--1931 FORDS . . . $245 1930 CHEV. 4 DOOR , $245 1930 FORD 4-DOOR . $250 1929 FORD 4 DOOR . $195 1930 CHEV. 2 DOOR . $185 1933 PONTIAC 2 DOOR $4S5 BIRUM-OLSON CO. BUICK-OLDS GARAGE WE TRADE -- TERMS Form Machinery 51 FOR SAMO FIRST CLASS TRAILER Tight grain box, Mock rack, extra tongue for us« with horse*, and four n«w over *lzei 1lre,«. Hupniohlle panel delivery truck (cheap). At 6»S or 645 FIRST ST. S. E. FOR SALE--John Deere single row corn picker like new, with motor. Andrew Hannah, Swnleriale, la. Livestock for Sole 52 FOR SALB Onn 2 yr. old Blark Tote hull. The bull cnn he *ern it K. K. Kniitoon farm 6 miles south ot lJ»kr Mills, Iowa. Also M McCormlck-Oeering corn picker good n« new at a real bargain. Addretm Theo T. Moen, Bricelyn, Minn. FOR SALE--Cow. Ph. 23F4. FOR SALE--Well improved 12 acre t r a c t , \'-2 ml. east of Dows, Iowa; 5 room bungalow, barn, chicken house and brooder house, all fenced. Wrile D-31, Globe-Gazette. Board, Room 49 ROOM and board. Washing. 1781VV. SO Farms for Sale FOR RENT--2 or 3 u n f u r n . hskpg. rms. 13 N. Monroe. FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. Ph. 1618. FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. Ph. 3581. rOR RENT--Two alpg. rms. Board Ph. 1001. FOR SALR S85 Here. }'in acres, mod. home, good nut buildings, clone to school, rttny t^rms. 80 acre*, 1(17,500. I l l } x rrv Knort land a n d ntil huilrt- lnj{*. K»of1 hnii«*, rnl^ht i R k c *nme trade. O. S. Oglrvip, l » V i W. St., 3rd Hr. SOMK R K A L F A R M B A R G A I N S 3'-0 aorrs Nora Springs, pooil Improvements, (food land, per acre $75, $3,000 down. 160 acrca, f a i r hldg*., per acre $55, K«»y terms. SO acred, f a i r foldjfu., $50 per arre. Kaiy tenrm. 20 acres, good hldjr»., $2,000. Many others. Iet UK ahow you. light hskpg. WEATHERLY RCALTV CO. Phone 1048 ««/, 2nd S. K. fltl- JFQR SALE--260 A^.flaw farm, w^Tl LAMBS FOR SALE Fat lamb* nhould be worth (food money later. If you want to buy good feeding; lambs I'hone or write me. RAY SANDKY Clear Lake Iowa Doss, Birds, Pets 53 FOR SALE--Boston Bull puppies. 736 9 N. E. Ph. 2733W. Misc. for Sole 55 For Sale--Wood. Apt. 5, 32S 3 SW. Iowa State Brand Nut $ fi.OQ Iowa State Brand Lump . . . $ R.ftO Kin* Coal $ 8.50 Premium Kentucky flO.50 Regular Kentucky $10.00 City Scale Weight*. Wilhelm Motor and Tractor Oil 40c gal. Above Are Cash Priced. HOMK TOWN «AS OIL and COAL COMPANY Phone 409 422 N. Mnn. FOR SALE--Baby bed, violin, saxophone. Ph. 2.1 SO. HEAVY MATS SIZE 181/2 x2 I 2 c E A C H Th« Dry Mats are excellent for lining garages, chicken houses, coal bins, cellars, cabin walls, weatherboardlng, sounri proofing or insulation. Not suited for outside surfacing or drawing use. We have a n u m - ber which may be bought for only 2 cents each. Call Bu.ilnesa Office. Globi-Gazette. Household Goods 73 FOR SALE--Used Majeitlc refrigerator, hermetically sealed; good codition, |0 cash takes it. Ph. 2560. FOR SALE--Wringer ROLLS for all machine*. Bring in your wringer or old rolls. Saw Shop, 228 S. Fed FOR SALE--Heating atove. 522 N Penn. FOR S ALB--Reed baby cab. Vos-i elec. washer with or without tubs like new. 517 N. Del. FOR SALE} -- Baby buggy, good condition. 334 10 St. N. E. FOR SALE--Heating moves, cook wtovcfl, overcoats, juiits, shoes. Bar gains. B. A O. Exch., 1408 N. Fed Wanted to Buy 75 WANTED--Parlor furnace. 23F4. WANTED--To buy imall outside building, cheap. Ph. 2974J. . WANTED--To buy good used piano Phone 1278. HIGHEST Prices' paid for kllle horses. Ph. 2731R2. WANTED--All kinds of used fur niture. Call us before you sel Grahams. Phone 301. WANTED--U»ed furniture. .lo Goss, 212 South Federal. Ph. 942 Autos for Sole 79 FOR SALF--1931 Pontiac coach Inq. 428 4 S, E. Again We Invite Von Tn Come Ant Inspect Our USED CARS And Chfick Them For APl'EARANCE CONDITION IMMCK C i l l A l t A N T K E We Will Save You Money WAGNER MOTOR CO 202 1st St. S. K. Thone »2'4 Foods A55 FOR SALF.--Grapos a n r l grape, juice. E. B. C i m i j o t t i , 2.')Lh N. W. Ph. 1118. POTATOES Cobblers now reHdy In «»cVi, t r u r k or cariots. Gnod clean No. 2's at SOr, per f % v l . S. KENNEDY, JR. Phone 625 Clear GOOD USED CARS With a Better Guarantee J. H. MARSTON 1-2 Block East of Hanford Hotel Chrysler and Plymouth Auto Truck 80 BIG SPECIAL 1929 Chev. Truck !econdlllon*d motor. New paint. iir tight eab. )»erfe«t job for tu^ar beet hauler*. $165 .APINER MOTOR CO. IHlRr-Plymoiith Distributor* LEGAL NOTICE Lodges and Societies I. O. (). K. MIIX1K NO. ]] ',t K. STATB I'HO.NKS » U 4 M-fltrijt every Tu«»1*y. I n i t i a t o r y rtPKre* Tui-xUy, Oct. 1. Or. CriipUIn A. A. Rldtoul, ipeaker. *· S. I.E.vKAN, N. O. M7 W A V M A N CLOS8ON KM. Sfc'y, 34H7. A. F. CHURCH Fin. SM'y. 2774W. NOTKT. Or APriJ'ATlON TAX II:K» TO JAMK.8 n. N K W S O M K : You are hereby notified Ihat ttw -,,,_.... le»crlbed re«l estate, situate* In C»rre Gor* Counlv. lows, t o - w l t ; 1.11 .\c. 10 In Block No. 8 la W»«t tUn* A d d l l l o n to Muon City. low*, wan MM by l h « Treasurer of Cfrro C.ordo Counly, ifr^a, mi Iho m r1«y o( December, 1«30, at KAT- enstr i t l r . for the taxes ot th* y««r« ifft, 1S2S mm 192H. to o. Lee, and that eerttfl- c»:« ot anlc No. 10737 wai Uiuel to hlr*. »nrt Ihm ttila O. Lei- amlRned ald r.ertifi- r a t e of ia!a to r. o. Kvale, who la turn. · nalened iftld c f r t ! f t c « t ! r Barbara Joaa rietich, who | now the holder and OWB*» of «»ld cerildcale. -- , Tint the r i g h t or redemption frora aald tax K*I* will expire, anri a Treasurer'* deed for JHl.l r m l r u i a t e w i l l he made and iHuvd. iinlc-K* r^flempilon from jmrh xal« be made within n i n e t y (90) .lays from the rlale ot i h r cnrnpleieit i f r v l r « n{ thu nolle* tipo« you. Y«u w i l l soern yniir*»lf accnnlln(l - n»l«t t h l j 2Ui d a y at September, A. D. B A R B A R A J O A N PJETUCM. Owner ami Holder o( i*l] Certltlral* of Sale. By--Oeo. R. LurUman, Her Altorn»y. iprl .* ·».*; Y-i VI 1.0VAI. (KICK OF MOOSK ltH)SB HALJ^--JND AM ». t CUCBjlL Thon« ia7* Meet* tint and thin) Ttiea- flayn or each month. Every iih Tueeday ti family nlt;hL W. P. CJ1AMBER1.AIM, Dl«- Ulor. 2A10 8. Federal. W I L L I A M UROTH, IM'J. rtion« 30MW. BRNKVOLKNCC I.OlMIH NO. MS A. r. A N D A. M--T:3« r. M. S l u t e d communtcatlon held th iir»t Thiiriday of ««ch m o n l h at MAsonlo T#rnple. corner K e d f r n l Avs. and Second St. South. JK88 M A T H K W W A N , W. M. C. P. SH1PI,TCY, Ktoy. Mh A n n l v e r t a r y . Friday. Ocl. 4. Banqud at Intel Hanford. B:30 P. M, All M««on« wrl. ome! R«««fvatkru enmm((lc«: George rty. Ph. 3JU; Waller Rae, ph, 3«84. R«lph Wllion, Ph. 4068. IK NO. (M» A. K. A N O A. M 1;'M r. M. W E D N E S D A Y , OCT. JND at Manonlo Ttmple, Torn B, Throckmorton, 1'. B. o. W., will n t l l v r r hie ramoui "Kld- rtle Chamber" leclure. WorX In Second Decree. All Ma*on Welcome. C. t, BRYANT, W, M. C. C. H A L P H I D K . flee'I. MOTH;K or APPLICATION roa TAX TO J A M K S D. NEWSOKE: You art hereby notified Ihat lh« (oliowtng ·Imarlried r*al enlate. situated In Cerro Gerda County, Lawn, lo-wll: ..lxt No. 21 In Klork No. I We»t Harm A d d l l l o n lo titmon City, Iowa, was told by lh« Treanurer of Cerro (lordo County, Iowa, on the. 1st diy of DttfmtMT. 19JO at acavm- cer ale. for the taxes of th« y«ar« 1M7. ItM · nd 1D29, to O. !.»», and that certificate nr Dale No. 107311 wan lmi»d la hta, and that »ld O. Lee assigned said ccrtldcata of na]e In P. O. Kvsle, who In turn aa«l(a«d aald c e r i l f l c a t * to Barbara Joan F!«tstri. whn Is now th* holdtr and ownar of aai4 certificate. That tht rlxht of redemption from said tax snU will e x p i r e , and a Tr«aiurtr'a 4«*4 for »»lrl real e»tal win b« made and l»u*d, unless redemption from sufK sal« ba nada w i t h i n ninety (BO) days from tba data at t h t completed «ervlc« of this nolle* upon you. You w i l l govern yournlt accordlafly. Dated this 21st day of 8«ptenbar, A. D, 1»3,1. P A R H A R A J O A N PIsTTSCK, Owner and Holder of said Cirtlftcat* of Salt. By--Geo. R. I.udemsn, Her AMora»r. ANTKM'H i;OMMANIBRV N. 43 »:MI I I^»--7;:ti r. N. Slated communication held the Ihlrd Thursday of rich m o n l h *t Mnsonlo Temple, corner Ktderal Avt. and Second dl. South. R. 3. Mrr.WKN Com, C. P. SHIPLEY, rUe. CMArTtU NO. 4t K. A. M.--liM r. M. Hlated r.nmxiunlcatloti hetn wnnd Thursday ot *acb monlh at Maonl« Temple corner Tetleral Ava. and Second 81. Bouth, JOB S U M N K K . H. f. C. P. HH1PLUY. Sto'y. NOTICE or THK APPfllNTMENT Of AIWWINWTB ATBIX STATE Or IOWA. Ctrro Qorrto County, ss. No. 473». NOTICE. IS H E R E B Y CUVKN, that tha undemUned has been duly appointed and q u a l i f i e d as Administratrix o( th* «stala of Korrnt A. l.oiidln, DectaiMI, latt, ot Hannock County, Illinois. All persons In4«lt*d lo said estate art r^qtiesttd tn maltt Ira- medlalt p a y m e n t ; and that* ha v I rut claims aolnnl the sam« w i l l present them, duly sill henl touted, In in* und*rsHn«l for allow- · ncf. and fll* 1" th* o/tlce of tha Clerk of Ih* nistrlct Court. MEET A LOU DIN HALTOs*. scalvtrn Arkansas. Xll«h H. Shepard, Attorney. DsIM Mptember 27th. 1»31. 8. H. MucPtak. Clerk Dtslrlct Court, By--Margaret Rlley, Deputy. NOTICE Or HMT.Rirr'R SALE t||!r.r;N B K B R K A H I.ODIB NO. 1M I. O. O. r. HAI.I,--7l3« P. M. st«tUnaii *v*ry llrsl and Inlrd Fridays of month P, N. O. A. mtels first Thurt- dsy a f t . aach monlh. Friday, Oct. 4th--Father-Son program. MRS. STELLA WB1DA, N. II. »71«. MRS. WIN NUTTINO, R. B. SM. MRS. I!. K. K O L W I N f l K A . r. I. 14KSJ. DR.MAUGNUOF ACKLEY IS DEAD Pneumonia Victim Survived by Parents, Widow and Three Children. ACKLEY, Sept. 30.--Dr. Harold Maugnu, 35, diet! Friday a I. Ellsworth hospital, Jowa Falls, of pneumonia and complications. Born on the Maugnu home place near Rnrlcliffc, May 8, 1900, he went with -his family to Mt. Vernon n n d lived there until the family moved to Iowa Falls. He wa« graduated in 1918 from high school and in 1023 from Ellsworth college. He received his degree nt the State university in 192.% and was married to Miss Savilla Menger of Walker-, Ind. Bstde his parents he is survived by his widow, t h r e e children, Thomas Dean, 8, M a r i l y n A n n , 6, Bar- bflra. .Iran, 7 months; three brothers, Dr. Vornnn L. M a u g n u , professor at Alabama State university, Dr. Clark W. Maugnu, mombor of the state hospital staff, Mt. Plnas- B n t and Lloyd B. M n u g n u , city chemist, Kansas City, Kan*. Of JOWA, Orro Roritn County, M. T* Whom II M«y rn*rm: you *rs hereby notified tin L b- virtu* n( s «p«clsl ·stenllon. to mt l!r*ctid, strut ls: ««ert out of th« o f f l o t of th« Cttrk'o'f th« Olsirlct Court ot 1h« M t K l c ot Iow«, wltWn »nrt for Orro Oordo Counly, upon · Ju««- m«nt In r«ni rtndererl In «»lrl Courl In frnvw- of f. W,. Smith «nrt »fsln«t th* «mrttM*d pmnlass hr«ln»fl»r d*Krlh«rl. In th* «·*·_ of T. K. Smith v«. A. J. I^nd. «n4 wlf», Kv» L«n(i. *t »l, for UM sum of Two Thnuiund «l«ty-s*v*n ind M-1M) Dollars. rttht, ami Tw«nly-tl«ht «ml 20-10A Dollars, «o*ts, and glxty ami M-100 T»ll*r«. sl«w- nity'i f«», I hav l«vltd upon the followioc descrlhml r«»t xlsts. tn-wlt: iMt Thrt* (.1) In Mwk Tw«ty-wr« (*1) !· C*'Hr(* AMlttM «· MSIMB ««». , Iowa, . ' snd Ihat on Ih* llth ilajr at O«tr,t«r, 1»M.. »t ] o'clock F. K.. at lh« from door ol th«; Cotirt Hoijs« In Mason City, Cerro Gor««4 ' foiinly, lows, I will proi:*«t lo ..atll Isn ,«m- In .««ll«rsrllon of said txMiittna, W- gi-thrr w l l h an le«sl costs awrulne. rxttrrl «t Ih' Shnriri's nfflr In Ifafna Clly. Iowa, this 28th day o( 8tpl««»b«r. 1J3S. . ' J. M. RORKRTSON. » h « r i r f of Crrro (lordn County. lo*a. By -- Kiitta Ramney, rHputy 8h*f(ff. _ Klt»r«lr1c»: * Barlow. Attorneys. ' , .-/; Mrs. Gocttel President)., of Ackley Oraartiiation ACKLET, Sept. 30.--om*era elected at the meeting of the Oakwood Cemetery a«»cci»tlon In the horn* of Mr*. Mary Goettel rfre: Pre»ri- dent, Mrs. Mary Goettel; vie* preri- den, Mrs. Clara Diemer; aecretary, Mm. Pearl Bakker; treJeMurer, Mrs. Gora Grewlln; director!, Mrs. Willium Bush. Mrs. Vina Tr«pp,- ilr». Vina Whiteside, Mia« Ttnn», Blntlnpcller, Mine Ellrabeth Kellefv- and Mm. George Van Eacbea. 250 Teachers Attend FOR SALF, - Tomatoes 50c por bu. Bring c o n t a i n e r s . M r K i n n i . t N u r s - ery, west of town on N'o. IS. Ph. 2652. KKK THIS 1933 Ford V-8 Tudor F u l l y '(julpp^d i n r l i i d l n n radio *3!»r S R CHEV. CO. Nuricry Stock 57 FOR SALE -- Perennial flowers. Darwin t u l i p bulbs, mixed colors, 2c ea. E. Daniels, £ mi. S. Plymouth. Garage for Rent FOR. RENT--Garage, cor. 5| Fed. N. Howard S. Elder. ' BIG SPECIAL 1929 Chev. Coach One ftnl«r wrll. Clran In nnd out. Perfect mntor. $145 ft MOTOI Gatheringin Clarion CLARION, Sept. 30.-- Two h u n - dred f i f t y teachera were in Clarion Friday, a t t e n d i n g t h e a n n u a l W r l R h L county i m p r o v e m e n t of instruction day. The teachers Included I n s t r u c - tors from all the r u r a l , grade and h i g h schools In the county. Speakers from out of town wore Miss Mabel Snctlaker, supervisors of social studies and extension in t h f university e l e m f - n l a r y school In Iowa City, Dr. G. W. Rnsenlof r,f the University of Nebraska in L i n c o l n nnd Dr. T. R. McConnnll, from Cornell college, M o u n t Vf.rnon. Britain'* exports to Empire c o u n t r i e s last are r u n n i n g from 7 to 16 per cent, above last year's f i g u r e s . Trucker Fined at Osagc on Overloading Charge OSAGK, Sept. 30.--George Ro- . rlum of St. Paul appeared here In . ; justice court before Justice DonaM,':' P. Chehock nnd warn fined $25 and* r,ost» for overloading his trucic. Claude Pettit was fined »JO att« costs for beinf Intoxicated. Chartei Frank appeared before Justice Chehock and a«ked for a change .of venue of Juatice O. P. Hungerfon! and was fined |10 and touts for intoxication. P H O N E 1 C 5 S We have a limited number of Oliver, Nichols and Shephard Corn pickeytiuskers available. EQUIPMENT

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