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February 27, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 27 NINETEEN THIS COLD WEATHER DOESN'T KEEP GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT ADS FROM WORKING, AND IF YOU CANNOT BRING YOUR AD IN, JUST TELEPHONE IT ... 3800 Classified Advertising Information Fifteen cents a line first insertion. Tea cents a Una for each eonsecutlvi sub- ·equcnt Insertion. (Count live average word* to the lint). Seven Insertions are given for th* prici CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ADVERTISING 70 cuts per column Inch cacti Insertion. A iilscoitnt of 15 per cent will be allowed on all classified advertisements paid for the time of insertion or not later than 6 days thereafter. No credit extended for classified advertising ir there I* an account thirty days old or more. All out-of-town ada are payable in advance. All refunds on Want Ads must be called for within 30 days of the cancellation date of the order. Minimum charge for single advertisement, 25 cents. Answer to "blind" advertisements roust be 8-ddrcssed to the letter itatcd in the ad, caro o£ the Globe-Gazette. Under no circumstances will the Globe-Gazette reveal the name ot those inserting "blind" advertisements. PHONE 3800 between 8 a. m. and 6 l.hft Ad Taker. m. wk for INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications a r e numbered according to the position in which they appear in the section. Acreages Agents Apta. for Rent .. Amusements .... Auto Accessories Autos for Sale.. v4tt Houses 36 Houses i5 Instruction , 7 Insurance ... 82 Investment . 79 In Mcmorlam for Sale 47 for Rent 4R ...A Business L o c n.- Uons Business opportunities , Cafes, Restaurants Card of Thanks Cemeteries . . . Chiropodists . Chiropractors Cleaners, Dyers Auto Storage _.,.A"y Job Printing .... 20 Auto Truck ...,. SO Laundries 21 Auto Repairing .. SI Livestock for Sale 5- Beauty parlors .. 16 Location Wanted 6.'i Board, Room ... 49 Lost and Found 6 Bonds A 9 Lots for Sale ... 4S Materials . 43 Machinery 54 Milk 22 37 Misc. for Sale .... 55 Misc. for Rent .- 56 29 Woney to Loan .. E Mortgages . % 17 Monuments A A Musical instr. . . . SS .A3 Nursery Stock ., 57 i3 Osteopaths · ·· 15 H Optometrists ....Al. 1 ) . 18 Offices tor Rent 63 Cottages ......-...A.4S Office Furn., Fix. A6S Death Notices ... i O f f i c e Equipment 64 Dentists A37 Painting, Decor. 24 Dogs. Birds, Pets 53 Personals . . . . . . . .* Educational Op- photographers .. 25 portunitles 0 Plumbing, Htg. .- 2? Electrical Service 61 Poultry, Egss .. 74 Employment Serv- Real Es. Loans . ,A8 Ice A30 Radio Supplies .. 27 Farms for Sale .. 50 Real Estate . . . . 66 Farms Tor Rent ,A50 Rooms for Rent 44 Farm Machinery 5] Sale or Trade . ,,A3S .Florists 4 Sale or Rent ..,A47 Feeds ..A55 Salesladies 34 Funeral Directors 3 salesmen 35 Furs IB Seeds, Feeds ... 28 Garage for Rent 68 Serv. Offered ...A33 Garage for Sale 69 Situation Wtd. .. 3:1 4] Stamps, Coins . .A74 60 Stationery 71 Slocks 72 30 Summer Cottages 67 Lost and Found LOST -- Lady's wrist watch. 3992. Reward. Ph. WILL PARTY to whom we loaned Gladstone bag several months ago, return to Bural Sykcs, 1522 N. President. Money fo Loan 8 YOUR CAR Is the source of READY CASH. Need extra cash? Want to refinance? Will loan you up to $300. United Financial Service Help Wanted, Male 32 WANTED--Reliable married man on- farm. State age, wages, exp., size of family. Separate house. Britt, Iowa. Write F-26. Globe-Gazette. Situation Wanted 33 EXPERIENCED COOK wants position in hotel or cafe. Write R-25, Globe-Gazette. Services Offered A33 PAPERING and Painting rooms, $2 and up. Call Dahlstrom. Ph. 3538J. 8 First St. N. W. Phone 1414. Security Loan Co. SnlRi-y. f u r n . auto HM d i a m o n d loans 530 to $300, Personal service. 321 1st Nat'l. Bank. Phone 412. AUTO LOANS FURNITURE LOANS Home Loan Finance COMPANY 204 Forester's BIdg-. LOW COST LOANS Easy Payments Friendly Personal Service Loans Made Out-of-Town HUMPHREY S A pf NEY Over Kresge 5-10-25c Store MONEY To Loan On Farm Lands and Mason City Real Estate. Excellent Terms and Rates. E. W. CLARK CO. 204 Forester's BIdg. MONEY TO LOAN on Mason City home. Alliance Investment Co. Phone 849. CardenB Gifts Help W a n t e d . with Inv H e l p W a n t e d , Female ....... Help W a n t e d , Male Help W a n t e d , Swap Ser Travel Bureau Trade or Exch. , Upholstering . ... Wtd. to Borrow . 3S .A 77 Male, Female .A36 Wtd. to Buy .... 75 Side, Wool, Fum 78 Wtd.. Misc ...... A7S Household Goods 73 Wtd. to Rent .. 76 Wearing Apparel 70 Personal Signature LOANS To Salaried People Easiest and Most Convenient Method of Borrowing. Immediate Service Strictly Confidential. Security Loan Co. 321 First Nat'l Bldg. Ph. 412 Death Notices LOANS Up to $300.00 ANYWHERE IN NORTH IOWA Made to Responsible Families or Individuals NO SIGNERS NO ENDORSERS l o u r Own Security Only. Pay 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 WANTED--Professional nursing by the hour. References from physicians and patrons. Margaret Quick Armstrong, 219 6th N. E. Call 3376 Salesmen 35 MEN WANTED for Rawleigh routes of 800 families in East Floyd, Winneshiek, West Black Hawk counties and Clear Lake. Reliable hustler should start earning $25 weekly and increase rapidly. Write today. Rawleigh, Dept. IAB- 380-S, Freeport, 111. WANTED! Experienced furniture, rug: and stove salesman. State age and previous experience. Write J-26, Globe-Gazette Swap Service 38 SWAP--200 acres near Grand Rapids, Minn., for Mason City property. Write ZZ-25, Globe-Gazette. Three times or less offering a ! SWAP" costs nothing-. The ad must have a Glote-Gazette "key" number and the advertiser will pay 10 cents for each reply. Replies are to be called for at the Want Ad counter. For every line over 3 lines, besides 10 cents for each answer, tegular ratas will be charged. Livestock For Sale 52 FOR SALE -- 8 pedigreed Duroc gilts bred for late March and early April. George Deyoe. Ph. 5F2, 4 miles S. E. Mason City. Misc. For Sale 55 FOR SALE--Pop cooler, brand new. One-half price, p. G. E. F O R S A L E 1936 Farm Ownership Plat Book of Cerro Gordo County The book contains a Plat of each of the 16 Townships and each Tow"n ship is represented on a page. Size of each Plat is 7% inches by ":. inches. This book, just published, showg who owns the farms of Cerro Gordo County, the size and location of each farm---also the towns, schools, paved roads, gravel roads and the steam and electric railroads It is seldom that such an up-to-date Plat Book is offered for sale. The Globe-Gazette has a limited quantity of these Books, valued at $2.50 each. While they last they will be sold for $1 each On Sale at Globe-Gazette Office Foods A55 Sole or Trade A38 FOR SALE OR TRADE--Good 7 rm. house; all mod., good location. Also several other houses and vacant lots. H. W. Clifford, Nora Springs, Iowa. Rooms For Rent 44 FOR RENT--SIpg. rm. 812 1st N. W. FOR RENT 2 hskpg rms. 1st. fl. Ph. 1460-J. 20 4th N. W. FOR RENT--Furn. warm. rm. in private home. Reasonably priced. Ph. 1998.1. FOR RENT--SIpg. rm. Ph. 1618. Apts. for Rent 45 FOR RENT--Warm mod. furn. 1, 2 rm. 1st floor apts., $4. wk. 4261. FOR RENT -- Ur.furn. mod. apt., light, water and hot water Jieat : ree. 726 llth N. E. MONEY for Diagonally Opposite 1st Nat'l. Bank HOLUB, Mrs. Joseph, Sr., 90, died at j 204 Weir BIdg-., Mason City, Iowa her home, 702 Delaware avenue northeast, at 10:45 o'clock Wednesday morning following an illness of one week. Funeral services will oe held at the Randall funeral home Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, with the the Rev. C. E. Flynn in charge of services. Burial will be at Elmwood cemetery. The Randall funeral home in charge. In Memoriam A2 IN MEMORY of our dear mother, Mrs. C. J. Williams, who passed away one year ago today. Day after day we think what she is doing In those bright realms of air. Year after year, her tender step pursuing Behold her grown more fair. Thus do we work with her and keep . unbroken The bond which nature gives. Thinking that our remembrance, though unspoken, May reach her where she lives. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Grotlv Mr. and Mrs. Robert Russell and family. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Williams and family. Funeral 'Directors McAULEY Funeral Home -- Complete service dav and night. S 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 1140. RANDALL Funeral Home--Ambulance service. 104 3rd St. N. E. Ph. 511 C. E. Snipps. H. B. Major Cemeteries A3 MEMORIAL PARK--"The Cemetery Beautiful." Perpetual maintenance. Office 612, I. O.F. BIdg. 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. Personals CALL IVY DAUGHKRTY for Real Silk showing of hose, lingerie shirts. Ph. 2184, purchasing:-Money for building- Money for refinancing" homes at 5% and up. The satisfactory type of loan. Mason City Loan Investment Co. 109 E. STATE Real'Estate Loans FOR RENT--1 rm. mod. heated apt. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. FOR RENT--Furn. apt. Heat and water furn. Ph. 2357. For Rent--Mod. 4 rm. unfurn. heated apt, newly dec. 1452 N. Fed. FOR RENT--To working couple, clean, mod. furn. rm. apt. in pri. home. 812 N. Adams. FOR RENT--3 rm. and bath front apt., 2 Murphy beds. Ph. 210. FOR RENT--Cozy 2 rm. apt., gas heat, close in. 102 S. Conn. Houses For Rent 46 FOR RENT--House at 517 S. Wash. Ph. 940 or 3241W after 6. MORTGAGE LOANS ON North Iowa Farms--4V%--5% Mason City Real Estate--5%--6% Prompt Service--Small Expense Choice Mortgages for sale. HUGH H. SHEPARD 502-508 Foresters BIdg. Phone 284 Mason City, Iowa FOR RENT--All mod. bungalow, 6 rooms and bath. 1120 N. Penn. Ave., Ph. 2011J. Optometrists A15 IF YOUR eyes are failing see Dr. Knutson, Opt., Weir BIdg., and get the best in optical service. Business Opportunities 29 FOR RENT--Building suitable for store or beer parlor, ph. 2667. Man or Woman Wanted to take charge of established store route, to service and consign stock. No personal selling. Good earning S40 to $80 or more weekly to right person. About $400 required, secured and returnable in full. Give phone. . WRITE M-27. GLOBE-GAZETTE. CLEAR LAKE Help Wanted, Female 31 WANTED--For housework, experienced girl living ^ear Forest Park, who can go home nights. 1118 4th S. W. Phone 2497. WANTED--Reliable girl for house work. 823 S. Wash. 'cnl. WANT EXP. BEAUTY Operator with following. Good location, splendid chance for right party Write Y-27, Globe. Gazette. Help Wanted, Male 32 WANTED--At once cxp. shoe salesman. Permanent work, Unless oxp. and can furnish good credentials, do not apply. B B Shoe Co. FOR RENT--6 rm., partly modern, house at 525 N. Mass. Ph. 1140. FOR RENT--3 rm. Bungalow. 2477. Houses For Sale 47 FOR SALE--5 rm. mod hse.. N. W. Terms. Write V-26, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--Leaving town, must sell small mod. home. Guild. 867. FOR SALE--Brand new, 5 room, brick bungalow. Phone 99?. FOR SALE--New 4 rm. house and garage. 1525 S. Virginia. Farms For Sale 50 SEE H. Springs, W. CLIFFORD, Nora for bargains in Farms. FOR FARM BARGAINS See T. W. Gilpin, Northwood, Iowa. REAL BARGAIN 200 ACJTS. Ideal location. Large house, f u r n a c e heat, good barn with silo and other outbuildings. U mile from small town. Mortgage Sll.OOO S8" per acre. Possession at once. T. W. Gilpin. Northwood. Iowa. Northern Grown Potatoes Large Size Per Bag 9Sc Jonathan Apples Per Basket 51.39 Earls Fruit Market Ph. 1138 1603 S. Fed. Misc. For Rent 56 FOR RENT business building. 1 or 2 fls. W. L. Patton, 109 E. State. Musical Instruments 58 FOR SALE--Upwright piano in excellent cond. Cheap. Ph. 3542. FOR SALE--Eight tube electric radio. Can be obtained for balance of the payments due. Peoples Gas and Electric company. Wearing Apparel 70 FOR SALE--New Ball Band rubbers. Boys' and girls' sizes up to 5, 25c pair. Also men's and ladie's. at reduced prices. 3408 N. Federal. Household Goods 73 Wonted to Rent 76 WANTED TO RENT--s bedroom home between $3D-$00. Ph. 2183. Wanted to Borrow 77 WANTED TO BORROW--$e,ooo at o'.c, 3'st mortgage, good security. Write T-27 Globe-Gazette. LOAN WANTED Customer wants $3.000.00 loan highly improved 13 acre tract land joining clear Lake, Iowa. BECK BROS. CO. Autos for Sale 79 FOR SALE--Graham. 3935 Special Coupe; heater, f a n , license, special paint, $150 down, $20 per mo. Folsom Auto Co., 722 S. Federal. TUNE in on WCCO E:30 tonight. Plymouth given away. Entry Wanks at Lapiner Motor Company. TheWINTERMART AT THE FAIRGKOOXDS Any Trice 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 'mvr alnpppd from claiming or a.-wcrlinR any r i K h t . t i t l e or iiuprpst therein. Now unlpaa you appear thereto flnd d e f e n d before noon or the second day of the next term or naUI Court which will convene at the Courthouse in Mnson City. Iowa, commencing on A p r i l R, 1936, default w i l l he entered acalnst you and Judgment rendered thereon In accordance with the prayer of said petition. RALPH S. STANBERY. Attorney for P l a i n t i f f . NOTICE OF THE AIT-OINTMENT OF EXECV'TOKS. STATE OF IOWA. Cerro OOrrio County, M, No. 4782. NOTICE IS HERKBY GIVEN, t h a t th" undersiRned have been duly appointed and q u a l i f i e d an Kxeetitors of the estate of Louis W. KruKKPI Deceased, late of Cerro nordo County. All persons Indebted to said e s t n l o are requested to make immediate payment: and Irnse having claims against the same w i l l present them, duly atilhenllcalert. 1" the undersigned for allowance, and f i l e in the o f f i c e of the clerk of the District court. W I L L I A M KRUr;GEL LOUIS K R U G G K L and THKOOOrtE T. LONG. Executors. L. ft. R'oomhower, Attorney Dated February 121)1. 1936. S. H. Mcfeak. Clerlt District Court By M a r c a r e t Rlley. deputy. NOTICE nf SALE OK SC'IKIOf. in n.MIM: iio.vnsi. "We Always Have the Buys" 1930 Ford Short Dual Wheel, . 11-', Ton Truck S 95 1928 Chevrolet Coach 5 85 1927 Buick Coach. Std. 6, good tires, runs dandy .? 75 1926 Nash 4 Door Sedan, nice clean job, only $ 7~ 1927 Chevrolet Roadster S 45 1.029 Ford Touring- .5 95 1929 Chevrolet Sedan $160 1929 Ford Coupe, new tires, finish upholstering clean.S145 192R Btiick Standard 6" Coach.? 95 1929 Ford Hi Ton Truck with coal body $125 S R Chevrolet Co. North Iowa's Lending Automobile Dealer Lodges and Societies i. o. o, r. LOIHIE NO. 3,1* 12Vi E. STATE IMIONES 2144-\V-2t*4'1 Keeling every Tuesday 7;' P. M. ). O. ROBINSON. N. Q. Ph. 823 WAYMAN CLOSSON Rec. Sec'y. 3.167.. H. J. PINE, Fin. Sec'y. FOR SALE--Roper gas range, .flO. 214. 6th N. E. FOR SALE--Used furniture on display at Cadwell Transfer Storage Co. 303 8th S. W. Unusual Bargains in SALESMEN'S SAMPLES FLOOR DEMONSTRATORS Waffle Irons, a few demonstrators used at our recent show. Electric Toasters, latest styles. Electric Mixers. These mixers have been used at our recent appliance show- and prices on them have been cut. Percolators . . . several Salesman's Sample- 1 ; among these. Chromium plated, etc. If j'ou have been wanting one of these electrical appliances in your home, you need wait no longer. Get one while these last. PEOPLES GAS ELECTRIC CO. Poultry, Eggs .74 FOR SALE--125 White Rock hens. Guss Franke, Nora Springs. BABY CHICKS--All leading varieties; also Turkey Poults and custom hatching. SPECIAL for eggs set this week, custom hatched at S1.35 per 100 eggs. Van Gerpen Hatchery, Buffalo Center, Iowa. Extra Special Price on custom hatching: for the next two week.*?. Mason City Hatchery DYAr, ORDEK OF MOOSE HALL--2ND A N D S. FKUEKAL Phone 1278 Mscls first and third Tuesdays or each month. Every 4th Tuesday is f a m i l y night. W. P. CHAMBSRL1N. Dictator. Phone 2M9. WILLIAM- GROTH. Sec'y. Phona 303SW BENEVOLENCE LODGE NO, 14ft A. F. AND A, M.--7:30 P. M. Stated communication flrai Thursday of each month. G. I. WOOD, W. K. C. P. SHIPLEY, Sec'y. HARDIXG LODGE NO. 64« A. F, AND A. M. 7:30 I*. M. meeting tflrst Friday of each month. L. it, RAYMOND, w. c. c. HALPHIDE. scc' ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA MOOSE HALL Cam ii meets 2nd nnrl t h Thursday, 7:30 P. M. Chih mret,s 1st and 3rd Thursdays, 2 P. M. MARGAHET JOHNSON, Oracle. MAT BUDVVOP.TH. Rec. Thone 1372W QCKEN REBEKAK LODGE NO. 106 I. 0. 0. F. KALI*--7:3(1 P. M. M e e t i n p ? r-very first, anrt third Friday nf m o n t h . P. N. G. A. m c e l s first Thursday afternoon each month. MRS. IDA CLOSSON, N. G. 3-167. MRS. WIN NUTTING. K. S. 596\V. MRS. R. E. KOLWINSKA. F. S. 14S8J. LEGAL NOTICE ORIGIN" A I- NOTICE. Phone 2041 Wanted to Buy 75 WANTED--Clear Lake lot, 57n to $125 cash. Give location. Write D-26, Globe-Gazette. Farms For Rent A50 FOR n e a r Swaledalc. Globe-Gazette. Write J-25, FOR RENT ·ISO Acres located 7 miles west of Cresco and 5 miles south of Lime Springs, on paved highway No, 9. Cash or sharp ront basis. Immediate possession. Call or write RAY D. ARNOLD, Towa Falls, Iowa. Livestock For Sale 52 FOR SALE--Anpus bulls. Rye, Hanlontown, Iowa. T. O. WANTED TO BUY- 3545. -Iron safe. Ph. WANTED -- Hand sheep clipping machine. Ed Lyman. Swaledale, la. HIGHEST Pnoes paid horses. Ph. 2731R2. tor killer WANTED--Used furniture, Joe Goss. 212 South Federal. Ph. 942. HIGHEST Cash prices paid for old gold jewelry, watch cases, dental scraps, etc. Blanchard Jewelry. Wanted to Rent 76 WANTKD--To rent by responsible couple, 3 nr -1 rm. furn. apt,. April 1. W r i t e K-2r». Globe-Gazette. WANTKD--To ront 5 rm. mod. bungalow. Write T-24, Globe-Gazette. In Hip District Court of Town in nnrl for Term CJiirito ("minty. April Term. IfWfi. Henri" K. Wanrlrey, P l a i n t i f f Emma A. X r c f e . A. c. N»e(e. Nellie Arm- ?tronK. Lor a Molshprry. r. A. Molsbfrry. Grace A. Schl,sscr, John N « c f e , Mrs. John N r c f e . FlTfncr O. Corheit. M i c h n e ; C. C o r ^ f J l . a n d a l l u n k n o w n c l a i m a n t s a n d n i l ppfsnns u n k n o w n c In i m i n e a n y r i i h t . l i l l r nr m f r r r p ! in ami to th! folimvin;; rfp- snihcvl r^il rs^o s i t u . i t r r i in Cerro Gordo ' C o u n t y . ] . f \ v a , i o - \ v i l : C o m m e n c i n g at H point 24 l e f t \\VM ( Ihc SK corner of IM ,1 in Lot 2 in Rioc-k "E" In North Mapon City, jmva, Thence r u n n i n g WPSI nlonj: ;[,,. s o u t h lm» or ?«m Lot 3. l*i'i f o r t , Thrncc rtuc N o r t h 3 rf-rt5. Thenre due F.-ist ] j u feet. Thrncn rtuc South 3 rods to place or h c K i n n i n K ; ami n i l heir*, SPOUFC.". as.ticnJ*. j r r a n t c f f l . I fgn !?".;, rte- visces and brnf f f c i a r i r ? of each and al! of above n a m e d d c f r n d a n t . i . D e f e n d a n t s j To t h r nhovfi named I r f r i i d u n ( s : You nnd each of you a r e h"rrbv n o t i f i e d 1 t h a t the n r t i i i o n of the p l a i n t i f f in "the nV-ovc entitled ."Klion is n r - w on filti in the o f f i c e of tt,c Clerk of the D i s t r i c t Court of Cttro | Hordo County. Iowa, c l a i m i n g t h a t p l a i n t i f f !.« thf owner in let- s i m p l e ot t h e f o l l o w i n g described rrni r?tatc s i t u a t e d in Cerro Goido County. Iowa, to-wit: Omimrnrlnc nf n f n l n t --t f f e t U*t rt thp Soultifflst f S E corner fit I--t n In Lot 2 In filnck "K" hi North Mn«nn City. linva, '1'Iipncf ninnlnc \\»t nlonc (he Snath llnr ot sn'fl Lot ^. IS',- feel, Thrrice d»« North ;l rod*. Thpncr diit Kn^t IV, 2 Tec.t. Thence (I«f South 3 rods (» P!RCO of h p R i n n l n R , nnd t h - t t dcffnrtflnJs m a k e some claim to sflM real c p l a t e ar!vpr«e to i h e i i t l c of p l f u n t i f : in f i \ l t \ p r o p e r t y , p l a i n t i f f c l a i m s '.hat n o n e o f the. d e f e n d a n t s have a n y r i R h t . t i t l e o r i n U r e ^ t ( h e r e i n a n d t h a t p l a i n t i f f a n d h i s i m - m c ' l i a i r . c i a ! i t ' r ; h a v n :-rOn in th*' sole, com- Ii.'rtn snd a c t u a l artvcr.^c p(«s*-s!if,n of s a i d i r r t l p s l a t e u n d r r c l a i m of l i t l r n n d OUTCI ship i h r - r f o f f o r more t h i n I r n years last N'ot iff. in hereby Riven that scaled hl*ls '·ill he received by Hilda niercks, Fenrr- tary oT the School Township of Mn.ion. Ccrrn Oordo Counly. Iowa, whose address Is Mason city. Iowa, R. P. n. No. 3 In salrt township, u n t i l 10:00 o'r.lnck. A. M-. in Ihc 7th tiny of March. 1936, fnr $16.- SfiO.OO of School B u i l r l l n R Bonds of ihe Srhoril Township of Mason, Orrn r.nrdn C o u n t y . IOIVR. At Ih* time ahnvc s i n In! thr Board of nirrrlorr if said School Township w i l l be |n .Cession nt Ihc o f f i c e of Berk Bros. Co. n t l i u Smith Federal A v r n t i p In M«?on C i t y . Iowa. A f t e r t h p sonled bids nr* all f i l e d , open bids w i l l he received, and th" bond.* will be sold to the one making t h « best and mo.«t favorable hid of not less than par n n d accrued The tond,3 w i l l henr rtnle of ihe 1st day nf Vnrrh., nnd will he In df-nornltui- tions of $1000.00 each, e x c c n l l n c one for MOD. 00. They w i l l mntnre a n n u a l l y nnd .·serially rommencinc Hie Is I day of M.ircn. IMS. Principal and semi-annual i n t e r e s t ivlll hft payable nt the o f f i c e of thp Treasurer of aaid School Township, anrl th* r a t e of Interpsl of said bonds w i l l be d e t e r m i n e d On the dnli of (lip. sale. Thpsn bond? ;ire to lip general ob!ii;nli')nn of said School Township, .secured a n d i'\ he paid out of ( n x f t s to ho levied n c n i n n t n i l of iho t H x n h l p p r n p c r t y in snid School Township, nnd n r c 10 i»f Issued tor i h p pnr- if ' j o n R t r u r t i n c and f u r n l s h i n i r a school house on t t i r - sclinri! g r o u n d s in S u b - D i s t r l c t No. \ i n p n id School Township. The school b l i l l d l n p i* h e i i i R conslmclt'd and the hnnds issued nnd sold, n i l as provided l » Chapt e r s M. 22.',. 226 nnd 227 of i n e l{13. r i Code. of ln\\i. The sucrrssfnl b i d d e r w i l l f n r n i j i h t h e . T p p r n v i u K o p i n i o n ol (Ihnpman Hiitler. I-nwyt-rs of C h i r n g o . I l l i i i f i i F . nnd causR ill" uniiflfl IHUI coupons lo be p r i n t e d n n i l "urnishpd w i t h o u t cost tr. t h e School T«--,vnphlp. n n r l n i l bids m u s t he JBO r o r r l i - ti'ineri. Ench b i d d e r niusl f u r n i s h n c e r t i - fied check lor Sr»00.00. ns n p u n r a n t y of Koofl r a i i h . in be r e t u r n e d In rn^e his' hid Is rejected, and to he. f o r f e i i o d tn sni.l School Township, hy the niicri-ssrul b i d d e r , should he r ^ i l !o t n k e u p n n d pay for the bonds wnen o f f e r e d f"r d e l i v e r y . The r l R h t is rcserverl to rpjt-rt niiv and all bids. F.y onlcr o r Ulft R n n n l of BimMiirs. H I L D A F. n i F J I O K R . S e c r e t a r y of ihe School Township of aia- son, Cciro Cordo C o i i n l y , Iowa. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IO1VA JN A N D FOR CKRItO n O R P O COUNTV. D. W. BntpF. s u p ^ r l n t e i u l e n t of K a n k i n c of t n r S t a i e of Iowa, P l n i n l i f f vs. Farmers Savinps Bank of Me,°ervey, Iowa- Der e n d n u t p . Tti (he Doposltorfi «f the Farmers Savlngn Bank of .Mes»-rvey, Imva, And tc» U'lmni It .Mny rmirernt N n t l r e ia hereby c l v e n f h a l i h e r e Is nnw o n f i l e , i n t h e o f f i c e n f t h e r i r r k n f t h e D i s t r i c t Cnurt. nf Jowa in snd t"r CfT" Oorrfft C o u n t y. I he A p p l i c a t i o n of n. \V. Boles. Receivir nf the F a r m e r s Savings H a n k o f Mesf?rvey. J n w n . f o r a u l h n r l t y t o com prom lie and seltlc I h e I n d ^ h t e d n e s s nf Rimer X. Sorenson, Mrp. A n n a Porenson. « I F O k n o w n n p A n n t ^ Sorensen, a n d Lena K i - k h o f f . and for a u t h o r i t y tn rernnvey lo A n n e Horenpen and Lena K c k h n f f . ' din I n t e r e s t in certain, real estate. v.-hleh \\nr, he! of S h e r i f f ' s deeds, which dt^ds hnvc been issued p u r s u a n t to execution.- issued in s u i t s bronchi n K i i n ^ t t h e said debtors. TbiH said Applir.ition asl\s ( h a t the Receiver be authorized tM s e t t l e Ihe i n d e b t e d ness of said pa:-tie5. and upon p a y m e n t of t h e irorn promise s e t t l e m e n t , t h a t the P.f- ceive.r be. authorized 1 release t h e said i n d e b t e d n e s s , and to reconvey to said d e o t n r s Ibe ,iiiid real estate. You are f u r ! her n o t i f i e d t h a t Hie said A p p l i c a i i o n w i l l cnmc on for h e a r i n g :ii i h e court House. Kason Cily, Iowa on Ihc 9lh d a y Of M a r c h . 3S»;ifi. a t ]'o o'clock A. M.. and t h a t unless pood cause i." shown to MPJ c o n t r a r y , ( h e said Receiver w i l l h e a u t h o r - ized 'n compromise s a i d i n d e b t e r t n ? p s n n d to remnvpy said j n t p r e s t in paid real e s t a t e , in accordance with Ihc terms of ssid a p p l t - D. W. BATKg. S u p f . of n a n k i n p of Ihe p t n i * rf Iowa. anri Rprei\'er nf th- Farmers Savings R a n k of MX-s^rvey. 1'Jwa. W. P. R U T L K R . OF SHERIFF'S SAI,K STATE OF I O W A . Cerro fjor.Jo Coimiy, ps. Tn Jni; OnsK, n n d In whnm It may rnnrPrn: on nr?. herphy n o t i f i e d t h a t by virtue of p e c l a l execution, to me d i r c c l f f i , and is- 1 out of the o f f i c e of the Clerk of the District Court of the Slate of Imva. w i t h i n and Tor Ce.-ro Gordn County, upon a j u d f t it rendered in said Court in favor of Pearl van Vliet and Florence Leota Van V l t c i . anri acainst Joe Goss. which jiidprncnt been sold, assicned. transferred and set - u n t o is. L e v i n s o n 1'or the sum of T h i r i y - p f c h t h u n d r e d n i n e t y * e l K h t ami 77-1 no Dollars, d e b t . «nd T w f n t y - K f x ami Sfl-KlO ic l o i i n w i n c d e p c r i h e r t real estate, t o - w i t : l.n( One ( l i nnd Knur (1) In Blnrk T h i r l y - n l t i r (3S ) l n I. H. K l r U N Replat n f Illncks SevenK'rn ( 1 T V . K f e h t e p n ( I J t l , Xiiieireri i l f l ) , '^vpnly-^evcn 2 7 t . Tblr- l y - t w o ( 3 ^ i n n d T b l r t . v - n l n r (:t!i) J n Sfliith MAMm HI?, lown. r^repl F.nut !1 feet t b e r e n f . all In Cerp.t C-ortlo day of March. IP^fi AUNTHET By Robert Quillen "I don't know why it is, but a woman is ashamed of an old dress but likes to brag about how old her coat is." 2 MEN WANTED BY MINNESOTA Are Arrested at Garner With Jewelry in Possession; Put in Jail. DES MOINES, L-VJ--Miles North. Albert L.ea, Minn., police chief, notified the state investigation bureau Thursday that two men held at Garner, Iowa, arc wanted in Minnesota to face robbery charges. The men were held by Sheriff E. P. Hanson, who reported they had watches and jewelry in their possession. Nnmcs Are Given. GARNER -- Two men arrested here by Deputy Sheriff Erower ave the names of James Clayton of Kansas City and Clare Sharp of Thompson after they had tried to sell a quantity of jewelry. They arc being kept in the town jail and will be taken to Forest City and placed in the Winncbago county jail fls soon as the roads are open. Italy Expected to Renounce Pacts in Dramatic Protest ROME, (.T)--A belief that Premier Bcnito Mussolini soon will denounce the Locarno pact and the Italo- French /ig-reement of Jan. 7, 1935, in dramatic protest to the Franco- British naval accord, gained adherents in informed circles Thursday. Strong hints that such a move is contemplated were dropped by the Giornale D'ltalia. Rome's most authoritative newspaper, in an cditorai which said it must be determined whether France's m u t u a l assistance agreement with Britain is "compatible with the general prinicples of the accord of Jan. 7, 1935, to say nothing of Locarno.' 1 LIVESTOCK HITS THREE YEAR HIGH Agriculture Department in Report on Prices for Past Year. WASHINGTON. (.PI--An agriculture department report said Thursday 1935 livestock prices were the in three years. Prices last year, the department said, were 39 per cent above those in 1934, 61 per cent higher than in 1933. and 60 per cent above the 1932 level. All livestock commodities except wool, the department reported, sold higher in 193! than in the preceding year. Meat animals, were up 68 per cent; chickens and eggs up 35 per cent; work animals up 15 per cent and dairy products up 13 per cent. Woo! prices were down 11 per cent. Outstanding gains were In the prices of hogs, the average farm price being .fS.36 per 100 pounds live feight, compared with J4.14 in 1934. The department attributed this advance chiefly to "abnormally low market supplies of hogs." Keeps Baby Chick in Glass Bottle While He Tries Out Diet DKNVER, LP)--Henry Willis put a baby chick inside a five gallon glass water bottle two months ago for experimental purposes. "It was the only way I could be sure the chicken wasn't scratching around when I wasn't looking," ho said. "When I get through experimenting with the diet I'll turn it loose." Several small holes cut in the bottom of the jar enable Willis to clean it. Girl Sulks Because Jury Acquitting Her Branded Her Insane ANADARKO, Okla., '.Pi--Emma Willis. 18. unmoved by her acquittal in the "abuse murder" of her sharecropper father, sulked Thursday because the jury found her insane. "Yeah,' but they've called me crazy," she replied to relatives who congratulated her on her acquittal. "I want to go home. I don't want to go to a hospital." A jury of farmers and merchants accepted the defense contention l h a t brutalities and improper advances marie to her by her father, Mdis H. Willis, upset her mentality and that she was insane when she shot him to death as he slept last Dec. 21. Williams and Other Candidates Ask for Nomination Papers TAKES OWN LIFE IN COUNTY JAIL Woman Hangs Herself After Arrest With Man for Drunkenness. CEDAR RAPIDS, (.Ti--Mrs. Helen La Plante, 28, committed sucicle early Thursday by hanging herself in the women's quarters of the city jail where she had been confined after being arrested Wednesday night with George Becdle, 36, of Dea Moinea on charges of intoxication. Beetle told City Atty. Harry Johnscn he had met Mrs. La Plante in a restaurant and that they had just Jeft the place when arrested on a street nearby. He said he never had met her before. Police said the arrest was made after Beedle became argumentative with a patrolman. Relatives said Mrs. La Plante had been despondent over ill health and had been ill of pneumonia and ear trouble recently. Coroner B. L. Knight reserved decision on an inquest u n t i l Beedle could be questioned further. Brain Surgeon From Sweden in Russia to Attend Soviet Leader MOSCOW, (/n--The soviet government announced Thursday night that Dr. Herbert Olivecrona, famous Swedish brain surgeon, had come here from Stockholm to attend I. A. Akuloff, secretary of the all-union central executive committee. Akuloff, it was stated, suffered a fracture of the skull Feb. 18 when he fell while ice .skating. Olivecrona's presence here had aroused considerable speculation. Des Momes Lawyer Gives Up Certificate . In Ffllicr.irtinn «f "''id rvp r ,itl on . to- r will, ml | C CB| ,.,,;·, arrnimK at DES MOINES, (.Pi--Frank L. Williams of Cedar Rapids, Thursday asked the secretary of state for ' nomination papers for .state treasurer on the republican ticket. Others who asked nomination papers were: L. H. Meyer. Readryn. democrat, for state senator: J. T. Rock Rapids, republican. for state representative: C. L. Rice. Delta democrat, for state rcprescn- j ri/r p i i i tative; the Rev. H. E. Morrow. | Mrs. Uoodyear, Hampton, Hopkinton. p a r t y not listed, for ~ " ~~ state representative. i i f f t h a t Hie i f ^ i i o s t a i t ; nf i i n - ' l r d m him ftiif| i h n t p^rh ana all of Ihe ticlcntiatUs be barred ana ior- S h e r i f f ' s o f f i c e In :a.«on C l l y , I«wa. th:.-: I f l t l i da" tf T-Vhriiat-y. 193*1. J. M. KORKRTSn.V. P h - r i T of -7erro nordo r o u n t v . Iowa. R v - K l j i l e nam;-ny. D e p u t y S h e r i f f . NOTICI: OF* T H K AProi.x i\MK.\T OF A DM IMSTKATOK.S STATF OF 10\\ A. Cerro ^ordo Coc.ity. fit. No. -17P]. NOTtCK IS H K R K B V r.lVKN". i h s t t h e tin^ersi.cnrrt h a v e b r r n d i s l y a p p o i n t e d and q u a l i f i e d a.= Ad m i n i s t r y tors of the o.«tate of Joseph F i t z i . Drrf,T?ert. mre. of Cf C o u n t y . A i l persons are T p q u r s l f r t 'i m«.^ nnri t h o s e h a v i n g rl; will pr*-5frtt t h r m . rtnly n m h r n l i c n t c r t . t n " t h ' p I t i r i d c r s i s n e d f o r ali"vv.anre. n n d f i l e i n t h e | o f f i r * of i h c r i T k of t h e riissri''? Con M A H Y rJT",l, ntid F R A N K FITZL. DBS MOINES, (.T)-- William J. Scarborough, DCS attorney, Thursday surrendered to the supreme court his certificate to practice law. A three judge court had been appointed to hear disbarment proceedings against him. The complaint against Scarborough charged failure to account for funds of clients. Gc-r Crews Work on Blocked Roads at New Hampton NEW HAMPTON--Highway 63. south of New Hampton was the only road open Thursday morning, although mon were working on other main roads. Six inches of snow fell with a m i n i m u m temperature of zero. r! in sairl c*!Rtl ,-, *-. . I T T . / - »£.' tph ". y "S i barner Pastor s Wife Dead at Mason City Dies; Funeral on Friday HAMPTON--Mrs. Monroe Goodyear died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. L. E. Kdson. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon at the home. Mrs. A n n a b e l Overman died Wednesday n i g h t at the hospital at Independence. Dunn Mfl.«on. A t t rne 5. D l . e ' r i c t Court. F':iv I n h ^ r i l a n c c Tax. DKS MOTXF.S. '.Pi The estate nf M a r g a r e t Lalley of Dubuque Thursday paid the siatc treasurer 52,185 tax on an estate of ?22,254. G A R X K R -- Mrs. W i l l i a m H u r n e man, wife of the pastor of the Reformed c h u r c h e s here and at Kli loy.-n.ship. died Wedne.=d;iy at a Mason City h o s p i i a l . She is survived by 12 r h i l d r e n , the youngest fl. A local f u n e r a l d i r e e t o r made an effort t" set t o Mflsnn C i t y T h u r s d a y m o r n i n g to get t h n body hut was forced to turn back. 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