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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 17, 1931
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FEKKUAKY lv 1931 w Now 9 s the Time to Get A MASON CITY Farm GLOBE-QAZETTE WANT AD KATES. Fifteen cents a line first Insertion. Ten cents a line tor each consecutive subsequent insertion. (Count five average words to the tine.) Seven insertions are given for the price of six. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ADVERTISING. 70o per column inch each insertion, A discount of 15 per cent will be allowed oo all classified advertisements paid for at the time of insertion or not later than 24 hours thereafter. Answers to blind advertisements must be addressed to the letter stated in the ad, care ol the Globe-Gazette. Under no circumstances will the Globe-Gazette reveal the name of those inserting "blind" advertisements Personals-- Help Wanted, Male-- WANTED--5 men mechanically inclined for radio broadcasting and talking picture work. Reply stating age, education, occupation and phone number. Address Box No. Z- 16, care of Globe-Gazette. Phone Your Ad to 3 WANTED--Single man on farm to work for board until March 1. Then will .hire by the month. State wages and references. Write X-17, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Middle aged man or boy about 16 to work on fnrm. State wages In first letter. Write Y-17, Globe-Gazette. For Rent, Rooms-- FOR RENT--Hskg. rms. 112 5 N.W. FOR RENT--Fine warm furnished room. Private entrance. Ph. 1321, FOR RENT--Furn. room, close in, gentleman preferred. 14 S. Adams. FOR RENT--Rooms. 132 2nd S. W. FOR RENT--Mar. 1st furn. hskg. rooms. 228 1st S. E. FOR RENT--Warm slpg. ropm, close in. Ph. 3913-W evenings. FOR RENT--Close in mod. furn. downstairs rooms. Ph. 867. Help Wanted, Female-- j FOB RENT very reasonable--ist ·----" class slpg. room, outside entrance, " ' private lavatory, hot water heat. WANTED--Waitresses Cafe. at Presto Salesmen Wanted-- WANTED 2 men to travel ivith district manager. Sales experience lint necea- aary. Must be over 21 and have car. Give telephone number in reply. Address B-16, Globe-Guzette. · The Home of Guaranteed PERMANENT WAVES We pay no rent--it's your gain Expert, Scientific Hair Dyeing, WANTED--Young men IS to 21 for Tinting and Bleaching. We use only saleswork to travel with manager the best of genuine supplies and about 525 per week. Call at 202 M cos-.netiqucs. | B. A. Bldir Ph. 3742, Williamsons. 8 9th N. E.' Lost and Found-- LOST--Thursday leather key case with 4 keys. Ph. 236SJ. Ph. 3074J. 321 N. Georgia FOR RENT--Hskg. rms. Ph. 2338W. FOR RENT--2 mod. furn. hskg. rms. 107 15 N. W. Ph. 117BW. FOR RENT--2 unfuru. light hskg. rms. 936 N. Del. FOR RENT Large furnished housekeeping rms. nnd kitchenette. 909 NOKTH FEDERAL FOR RENT--Sleeping room. 219V. North Federal, Apt. 9. j ADDRESSING Envelopes--Work at j home during spare time. Substan- f Jrz| - A*OU-J. zu ruui'rn at. i\. w. tial weekly pay; experience xmnec-J " ' ' ^ XT _ ,, , ; : r--- essary. Dignified employment for i OR RENT --3 furn. light hskpg. FOR RENT--Furn. Igt. hskpg. rms. Ph. 1460-J. 20 Fourth St. N. W. FOUND--Bunch of keys. Ph. 927. LOST Brown tapestry bag with blue leather coin purse near Monroe and Fifth Northwest. Finder leave at GLOBE-GAZETTE Money to Loan -- -- on -DIAMONDS-FURNITURE-AUTOS-SALARY No Publicity No Delays 1 to 20 Months to Repay SECURITY LOAN CO. rms., outside ent. 909 N. Del. * · - -- - o - -- - . - » - * * wjii£siujr iilCil t, J.VJX honest, sincere, ambitious persons. | Advancement League, Naperville, | FOR RENT _ Mod . room . III. AA1 Commercial Envelope manufacturer of Chicago requires local representative; want man who calls on all offices and banks. Address Salesmanager, Chicago. . 3542' N, Kimball, Federal. Phone 3011. 212% N. FOR RENT--Furn. room in new home. Ph. 1232 after 5. FOR RENT--Md. rm. 326 2nd N. E. WANTED Experienced salesman with some capital to canvass among farmers on commission basis for Perfection · line Including burn equipment, mechanical milkers and separators. Write J. B. MURPHY Liikcficld Minnesota 821 1st NatL Bk. 1 OANS Household f j AND _Jj^f!l] Automobiles Phone 412 HERE'S BIG MONEY! Sell "Pow- I de.-ed Silk Hand Soap. Enormous demand. Beats all competition; repeats constantly. Sample free. J. O. Adams Co. Boone, Iowa. HEPAX n* 1 TO 20 MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS C. L. PINE LOAN CO. 204-5-6 Weir Bldg. i- Fed. Ave. Phono 224 M O N E Y F O B A L L P U R P O S E S Loaned on your Auto, Furniture or Other Security. Cars refinanced on smaller payments. HOME LOAN FINANCE CO. 2nd Floor HI. B. A. Bldg. Phone 727 FARM LOANS Prompt service. Act now for spring. W. L. PATTON 109 East State Street WANTED Sales representative in every town in state of Iowa. Good puy. Write BOX 46 CEDAR FALLS, IOWA WANTED--Young man to travel in nearby counties. About $27.50 per week to start. Car furnished where necessary. Write J-10, Globe-Gazette. For Sale or Trade-- FOR SALE OR TRADE 1929 Ford closed light delivery. 1927 Chev. Coupe, clean. Priced to sell. Phone 2918W. FOR RENT Desirable furn. hskpg, rms., hot water heat, hard wood floors, newly decorated. 012 B. Stats. FOR RENT--Single furn. hskpg. room and slpg. room. 32 6 N. W. Trade or Exchang I Have CLEAR INCOME PROPERTY to trade on a 40 to 80 acre farn within five miles of Mason City o Clear Lake. Give full description, price nnd en cumbrnnco in first letter. Write S-13, GLOBE-GAZETTE Wanted to Buy-- WANTED TO BUY~5-rm. mod bungalow in 54,000 class or less Can pay cash. Write giving full de tails. L-17, Globe-Gazette. For Rent Farms-- FOR KENT 80 acre farm 8 miles N. W. of Nor; Springs. Also 44 acres at Roekford 6 blocks from postofflce. C. W. BKENTNER Rockford Iowa Poultry and Eggs-- FOH SALE Day's famous flock of Buff Orplng tons. 23 years' of breeding for cxhi bition nnd egg production. Have pro duced winners ut Chicago, Mudiso Square Garden, Kansas City an many other National Shows. . Incubators, Brooders, Fountains Feeders. Entire flock and all equipment fo sale nt a sacrifice price. DR. H. E. DAY Duniont lowf FOR SALE--Leghorn hens, 50c. Ph 12F4 FOR RENT--Furn. room with kitchenette, lights, heat and water furn. $20 a. month. 408 1st S. W. Phone 402GW. For Rent, Apartments FOR RENT--4 rm. modern apt. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. FOR RENT--Heated apt. Ph. 2877. FOR RENT--4 rm. heated apt. Call 3642 from 11 to 1 or after 5. FOR RENT--Mod. apt., 3 rms. and bath, 2 Murphy beds. Call 210. FOR RENT -- Four room heated apartment $25. Ph. 3054 or 2357 FOR RENT GJose In ana very pleasant 2-room apt. and bath. Furniture for sale to renter nt big savings. HOLT'S CAFETERIA 23 First St. Southeast Situations Wanted-- FOR SALE OR TRADE , Equity in my five room bungalow j for small grocery store or what have you. Write K-16, GLOBE-GAZETTE For Sale, Livestock-- EXPERIENCED GIRL wants work in home or cafe. PH. 2987 MISS MOREY _ . , . i WANTED--Place by reliable farm hand by month. Ph. 654W. FOR SALK Keg. Poll Angus bull, 15 mos. old. ARTHUR SPONHEIM 8 Miles North and 1 Mile Enst of Nora Springs FOR RENT-- 3-rm. mod. apt. 116 7th N. E. Ph. 2329. FOR RENT · Modern (i-rooms and bath in Washington Apnrtment. 305 NORTH WASHINGTON FOR RENT 1 furn. downstairs apt. 1 iinfnrn. upstairs apt. 212 oth N. W. PH. 1321 For Sale--Real Estate-- FOR SALE--Mod. 5 rm. bungalow j In Grand view at the right price MARRIED MAN wants work ou farm. References. Write T-17, Globe-Gazette. . I Services Offered -- , stock Furn. Co., Phone 2708 Paper'g., paint'g. Stewart. 2S35W. FOH SALE Registered .Shorthorn Bulls J. M. STEVENSON lit. 5, Mason City WILL, Trade ram for June Fred Boyd, Clear Laicc. ewe. and favorable terms. Ph. 3414. H. Briar. W. FOR SALE--New mod. G-rm. bung., double garage, good location. Will sell ut a sacrifice. Write B-17, Globe- Gn7.ette. FOR SALE TO SETTLE ESTATE fi-room nicely located home, bargain, cash' or terms. FOrt SALE 0! S" or terms. Black Jersey Giants nnd White · L ' rank hnupp 706 N. Federal Plymouth Itock cockerels. PH. 150 ROCKWELL, 1A. PAINTING, paper h'ging. Ph. 2777 PAPERING, Painting. Klarr. 2127W. 'iKiMM.UNCi trees. i j h. Muiien. WANTI5D--Washings. Ph. 244SJ. THINK THIS OVER Why not have your old mattress rc- miide, us good us new, complete with SHORTHORN BULLS 2 choice dark roan yearlings for sale. Thick, easy feeding kind. L. E. AZELTINE La timer Iowa FOR SALE Iron grey gelding, coming 5. Will tnke bred ewes or cow part payment. Phone 14F5 PRICED TO SELL Lot 4, blk. 13, Francisco 2nd addition, Mason City. Make me an offer. Special price for cnsh. Mrs. Mmido Wilson, Salt Lake City. Cure of Wilson Hotel. FOR SALE;--New home. Ph. 939. ALLUUI^I H..T f^uuu 11 o iiciy, ufjtujjmm \viiij ^-- ~--·--~ beautiful :irt tick, $5.50.1931. prices Wanted, Miscellaneous-- nn llTlll*ll«forinfr ;inrl f i IT-MI f ii«-n r-n _ _ _ _ . on upholstering :md furniture re- j pairing. New coverings. Mason City Furniture Exchange Phone 1803 21 1st S. W. PHONE 3538,1 ,J. DAHLSTROM WANTED--Good home for young bird dog. 1631 N. Pres. For Sale, Miscellaneous- FOR SALE us estimate your work . . . !· *jtv tsm^E, Paper bunging nnd. Painting. Let J One 500-egp; Wisconsin incubator, 1 ,, c ,,*!,,,,,*,, , ,, , ], r ooOer, chicken netting, 1 brooder house. 1430 N. Wiuli. FOR SALE--22 caliber Winchester- rifle. Ph. 1600 before 6 p. m. RUG weaving, sewing rags nnd coloring, to shade with bathrooms, bedrooms nnd kitchens. Prices reasonable. Mrs. Lnrsen. 1705 N. Fed. For Rent, Houses-- FOR RENT--7 rm. all mod. home. 145 Sixth S. W. Inq. 615 S. Adams. FOR RENT--Mod. house. Ph. 3224.7. Do you want to rent, buy or sell n home. Call W. H. Briar. Ph. 8414. FOR. RENT--Bungalow at 1H18 N. Adams. Cheap. FOR RENT--Good small house and garage $12.SO a month. Ph. 30S4. FOR RENT--4 rm. house. Ph. 999. FOR SALE CHEAP 4-whccl Ford trailer complete, box G. E. FROST 3x10 ft. 26 5th N. E. FOR SALE--HAY. Phone 1435-W. FOR SALE--Double 1255. garage. Ph. FOR SALE New and used motorcycles. One 1920 Ford Panel Truck. Hurley Davidson Siilcs Service. 525 So. Pres. FOR SALE--Stock of general mdse. located in Northern Iowa town. Write X-17, Globe-Gazette. FOR RENT garage $35. FOR SALE c m ' , , , - , ; % rins. ' Wostinghonsc Klec. motor. S phase, nod. $.10. Small buildings, I-cil. Ave., 2 horsepower, in first class condi- 8 8 1 8 rms. with 31/j acres of land """. 5 rms. mod. garage $28. GKO. VAN EVERY Ph. 3983 or 2338,1 tion. Can bo seen at U-DKIVE-IT G A R A G E or write C. H. Smnildrldgc, Iowa Fails, la. FOR SALE^-Good 6 rm. hse. Must be moved by March 1. Ph. 1897. FOR SALE Modern 8-room house, double brick at Elm and Bell Sts. Clear Lake, Iowa, Phone 494 G U A R A N T E E D T O L I V E C H I C K S GUARANTEED TO LIVE TWO WEEKS OR WE REPLACE THEft AT HALF PRICE CHICKS FROM BLOOD TESTED FLOCKS White Leghorns, Buff Leghorns Anconas, Heavy Mixed--§10 ne 100, 547.00 per 500. Not guaranteed $8 per 100 Butt Ornh!gfon.i, White Wyan dottes, Columbia Wyandottes, White Rocks, Barred Rocks, Rhodo Islnnt Reds--512 per 100, .$57.50 per 500 Not guaranteed flO per 100 Assorted Light and Heavy Mixed-$8 per 100, §38 per flOO. First hatch Feb. 27 Custom Hatching--58 a tray of 96 eggs MAPLE LAWN HATCHERY Ventura, Iowa BRITT HATCHERY Britt, Iowa Household Goods-- FOR SALE!--Small white enamelec range. Ph. 1603. Musical Instruments-- FOR SALE -- Conn saxophone cheap. Phone 345W, Clear Lake Auto Accessories -- NEW AND USED CAR SALES SINCE JAN. 1ST. It will pay you to seo us before you buy. It's not ncccssury to tcl you we have the best cars for the money. Yon he the judge. Buy where yon get taken care of if anything goes wrong- after you take delivery. '31 Chev. Sedan (new) save . .$125 '30 Ford Coupe (tan) save save ; $ 75 '30 Ford Tudor (black) $485 '30 Ford Tudor (tan) perfect . .$49f '30 Ford Tudor (green) $475 '29 Ford Spt. Road, (green) ..$315 '30 Ford Tudor (like new) ...$475 '30 Ford Coupe (black) $465 '29 Ford Fordor (late) $475 '29 Ford Tudor (dnndy) $335 '29 Ford Coupe (blue) $310 '29 Ford Coupe Spt. Model . .$345 '28 Fold Road, (dnndy) '28 Ford Coupe Spt. Model . '28 Ford Spt. Coupe '28 Ford Coupe runs perfect .$300 $310 .$293 $2fi5 .$260 $15 .$165 FOR SALE AT $3500 Good 5-rnu house, partly mod., on west side. Large lot with shade, garden and on paved street. Mr. Working Man save rent nnd buy from owner. Part cash, balance on terms. Write giving amount as payment. L-17, Globe-Gazette Business Opportunities-- FOR SALE--Crescent Lunch room. Northwood, Iowa. CAFE FOR SALE--All new. new brick building. Good location in town of 1000, So. Minn. Selling on account of health. Write K-16, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--Stock and equipment in leased service station on highway No. 15 in small town. No competition. Write A-17, Globe-Gazette. Board and Room Wanted To Rent-- WANTED T6"RENT~By'resp'orr- sible party. 5-rm. house or flat close in. Write N-17. Globe-Gazette. '28 Whippet Fordor (tan) . '28 Whippet Sedan (clean) '28 Whippet Coupe (Spt) . '27 Chev. Coupe a real snap .. v .^,, '27 Chrysler Coupe (a dandy) $160 '27 Dodge Coupe clean, new motor $215 '27 Star Coupe a bargain $125 '27 Chev. Fordor see this ....$165 '27 Chev. Coupe new paint . , , . $i35 '27 Chev. Coach (gray) $l«5 '27 Ford Tudor (best in town) $160 '25 Dodge Coach late $125 PRICED LESS THAN $100 '27 Essex Coach new tires . . . $ 95 '27 Ford Road, (box; on rear) $ 95 '26 Chev. Coach (dandy) $JS5 '26 Ford Fordor runs good ..$ 85 '26 Chev. Coupe runs O. K. ..$ ." '25 Ford Tudor 'Zl lie £ ^s '25 Hudson Coach (as is) runs $ 50 . . . . . $ 4 0 $ 40 $ 40 rear S 35 O. K. '25 Velie Sedan '31 lie. . '25 Ford Coupe a snap . '25 Ford Coupe (try I t ) '24 Ford Road, box on '31 lie Ford Model T motor . . . TRUCKS '29 Chev. (6) \\'.~ ton .,_,, Ford 1 ton cab and box '31 lie. $ 6 '29 Ford Pickup closed $,S2f '29 Ford Pickup closed $290 '20 Ford A Panel $335 '28 Ford Pickup $250 '27 Chev. Delivery $125 '27 Chev. Delivery $1 ifl Ford Model T Panel '31 lie .$ 40 LIBERAL TERMS sea Compaey FORD and LINCOLN Used Car Salesroom 2 Doors West of Globe-Gjizettfi THE BUSIEST CORNER IN TOWN USED CARS of MERIT 1929 Whippet Six Coach, clean $43 1929 Whippet 4-cyl. Coach, new tires $33 1928 Whippet Six Coach, A-l $28 1928 Whippet 4-cyl. Sedan, new tires §27 1928 Falcon Knight Six Coach $38 1926 Ford Tudor, only .... $ 0 1 9 2 5 O l d s m o b i l e Six 4-dr. Sedan §10 1926 Chevrolet Coupe $12 1925 Ford Coupe $ 4 1926 Ford Touring 5 4i 192G Essex Coach $ 4 Late Model Pontiac Panel, clean .332 See the new 1931 Willys 6 and 8 am Willys-Knight now on display. Pric reduced from $110 to $700 HATHORN AUTO CO PHONE 447--148 SPECIAL BARGAINS AT 558, rea THIS WEEK 1028 Standard Buick Coach Low mileage, very clean, a buy 1929 Chev. Coupe $365 Very clean/ 1937 Buick Standard Coach $48, Just overhauled, in perfect condi tion 1930 Willys-Knight Coach $595 A bargain, 11,000 miles, wire wheels, trunk rack 1920 Willys-Knight $49f Very clean 1927 Nash Advanced $195 Fine shape, a real bargain in a four-door sedan I92G Special Nash Coach $szr General tires, mechanically O. K 1929 Buick Four-Door Sedan $1081 New tires, low mileage, cost $2.,235 new 1930 Buick Deluxe Sedan $148' Very clean, six wire wheels, looks new, cost new $2,200 De Soto Eight $B5f Driven 7,000 miles, six wire wheel; 1928 Chrysler 62 §485 A fine coupe, rumble seat 1926 Standard Buick Sedan $335 Phone 388 316 N. Fcdcru THE BUICK GARAGE Legal Notices PUBLIC NOTICE OF TIME AND PLACE OF HEARING To Whom It May Concern: Public notice is hereby given tha there is now on file in the office of the City Clerk of the City o Mason City Iowa, a petition asking the City Council of the City o Mason City, Iowa, under the pro visions of Ordinance No. 225 of said City, and the Statutes of Iowa applicable thereto, to change the classification of the following described real estate from District "A" to District "E," to wit: Lots Three and Four (S 4), in Block Two (2), in Kuppinger's Addition to Mason City, Iowa, except tho West Ninety Feet (W. !IO ft.) of Bald' lots. Lot Eight (8) In Auditor's Rcphit of Lots One (1) and Two (2) in Block Two (2), In Kiipplnger's Addition to Mason City, Iowa. Lot Five (S) in Auditor's Ue- plnt of Lots One (1) and Two (2), in Block Two (2), in Kup- plnger's Addition to Mason ·City, Iowa. Notice is further given that Lhere is now on file in the office of the City Clerk of Mason City, Iowa, a petition asking the City Council of said City, under the provisions of Ordinance No. 225 of said City, and the Statutes of Iowa applicable thereto, to change the classification of the following described real estate from District "B" and placing the same in District "D" Lots Twelve ( T 2 ) , Thirteen (IS), Fourteen (14), and Flf- Xeen (10), in Block Thirty-five, (H5), Railroad Addition to Mason City lown. You are further notified that public hearing upon said petitions vill be held by the City Council of Hason City, Iowa, at the City Hall n Mason City, Iowa, on March 6, 1931, at 1:00 o'clock p. m., at which .Imc and place objections to change of said classification may be presented, and will be heard and considered. J. H. McEWEN, City Clerk. AMENDMENT TO OF INCOKPORA- NOTICE OF ARTICLES TION Notice is hereby given that pur- uant to the provisions of Chapter 38-1 of the Code of Iowa 1927 as .mended, and particularly Section !360 therein, and further pursuant o resolution duly adopted on the 9th day of January, ]931, by the tockholders of Midland Investment Company, an Iowa Corporation, in annual meeting assembled, the Articles of Incorporation of said orporation were duly amended by triking out and repealing Article 2 thereof, which Article provided hat the Indebtedness of the corporation should not exceed two-thirds f the value of the paid up capital tock. The undersigned were duly au- horized and directed to cause pub- Ication of this notice. Signed this 19th day of January, 931. E. H. WAGNER, President. B. A. WEBSTER, Secretary. Methodist Ministers Meet in Interests, of Institute Property A group meeting of ministers of the Methodist Episcopal church of the Mason City district was held on tho site of the Clear Lake institute Tuesday forenoon. Ministers from Mason City, Rudd, Roclcford, Nora Springs, Plymouth and Northwood were present. The meeting was held in the interests o f - t h e Clear Lake Institute property. SENATOR WAGNER GIVES PLAN FOR DRY LAW REPEAL Tells Senate Saloon Must Not Be Allowed to Return. WASHINGTON, Feb. 17. M')--Asserting the Wickersham report was "the beginning of the end" of prohibition, Senator Wagner, · democrat, New York, today proposed a plan for repeal of the eighteenth amendment, calculated to prevent return if the saloon. The New Yorker, in a carefully prepared speech to the senate, advocated repeal of the prohibition amendment with concurrent action by non-prohibition states "to insure the conservation of the one achievement of national prohibition"--abolition of the saloon. He said his plan, a brand new proposal for -solution of the liquor problem, would meet every ultimate requirement laid down by the Wickersham commission and would remove the law enforcement group's single objection to outright repeal. Views Conflicting. Wagner's speech, coming on the heels of a warm debate on prohibition among democratic senators, emphasized the conflicting views within the party which may come to a head when it attempts to adopt a platform for next year's pA'sidential race. "Repeal is the order of the day " Wsgner snid. "It is too late for revision. Public opinion has already passed that post. It is now headed straight for repeal. "I have listened with patience to the repeated assertions upon this floor of the doctrine of impossibility. You tell me repeal is Impossible. I answer you it Is inevitable. You tcl me that a small minority of the states can prevent it. I know they can, but I am sure they will not. "The same succession of events the same common sense which have persuaded 11,000,000 voters that national prohibition is a mistake will have their effect on the rest of the people." Must Be Faced. Wagner said the issue must hs faced under "courageous leadership." "That, unfortunately, we cnn not expect from our president," he added. "With the report of the rt'ickersham commission in bin hand Mr. Hoover had a rare opportunity to exercise his prerogative and lead a grateful people out of the morass of criminality, corruption, and hypocrisy in which we have 'been bogged for H years." Wagner said the Wickersham commission would have recommended outright repeal, if it had [allowed its own logic, except for fear of the saloon's return. Assurance that this would not mppen could be given, he said, by constitutional amendments in the wet states barring that form of liquor sale or by other similar methods, he outlined. This, he held, would clear the way for outright repeal. BOYS TO Plans for Annual Event to Be Held Saturday Are Announced. Plans for the annual hatchat nmt have been announced by Evron H. Karges, boys' work secretary at .he Y. M. C. A. The event, to be icld Saturday, will be preceded by a bean feed at noon in the Y. M. A. and will be open to any boy ivho cares to attend. Cherry pic will ilso be served at the meal. The hatchet hunt, which is an annual event held near the clnte of eorge Washington's birthday, will bo similar to n. treasure hunt. Thfi ioys will he divided into two groups, ne of Friendly Indian nge, from 0 to 32 years, and the other of Pioneer group age, 12 years nnd older. Boys who participate will be giv- 3n score sheets and the boys with he best score sheets will be award- id prixes. Last year 75 hoys went n the hatchet hunt. Miss Goudy to Return From Brother's Funeral Miss Blanche Cloudy, principal of rant school, was expected to re- urn Tuesday afternoon. She had 'Gen to attend t h e funeral of her rother Harry at Marion. Her hroth- r, who lived In St. Louis, died last ^ JACKSON MAKES PLEA FOR CIVIC MINDED CITIZENS Gives Address Before Men's Club of Olivet M. E. Church Here. A plea for a return of civic mindedness and public spirit in the attitude of citizens toward their city was made by R. L. Jackson in nn address before the men's club of the Olivet Methodist church Monday evening. The problems of .municipalities are becoming more' complex, he said, and require the active support and the continued alertness of public spirited citizens. "I do not feel under the necessity of apologizing for discussing municipal problems in a church to a group of church men," said Mr. Jackson. "Every church has a big stake in clean competent city government. It is immensely to its nd- vantage to be able to do its work in a community free from political jraft and incompetence. Moreover Lhe church as a community institution is under an unescapnhle obligation to strive for those conditions which make good government possible. It is one of the outstanding scandals of modern Christianity that :n many of our great cities which boast of their large influential churches, we have city governments whose rottenness smells to heaven, and whose infamous operations 5vokc only occasional spurts of protest from these organizations. Problem Is Complex. "The problems growing out of our .ncreasing complex municipal life ire many nnd various, depending on :he size'and composition of our municipalities. In cities like Chicago, Philadelphia and New York, these problems arc endless and well night insoluble. Loo2c at Chicago! The situation there seems almost hope- ess. At present, the underworld of .hat vast conglomerate of humanity seems to be on top and the signs are hot very favorable to its overthrow. It seoms incredible that small jroups of men can so successfully .errorize multitudes of people into unprotesting submission to their demands. "In our smaller cities, the situation is not so alarming and hopeless. The problems are easier of solution but in these smaller places there Is no room for civic apathy and indifference. If we who live in the less populous community are to enjoy good local government, we must be courageously active nnd alert. "We must see that able and honest men arc put in office. We must know whom we are voting for their persona! character, their motives, and objectives in r u n n i n g for office and the character and objectives of the men who may be behind their candidacy and having satisfied ourselves they are entitled to an election, we must bestir ourselves to sec that they are elected. "Our civic duty does not end with :heir election. Wo must extend to :hem such co-operation as they need and we can give, to make their wok for the city successful in the highest degree. Difficult to Achieve. "In his Lincoln day speech President Hoover stressed local sclf- overnment. Honest, efficient local self-government is the hardest ind of government to achieve. Hundreds of men will participate In state and national political cam- migns who will not participate in a oca! campaign. They are afraid if Jiey come out for local candidates. :hcy will lose business, clients, patients, friendships nnd whatnot. As a consequence of their fears which are for the most part groundless, it: often happens that Ihc best men fail of election. "The city which .cannot muster bands of men and women, who cannot be bluffed or threatened out of their efforts to elect clean strong men to represent it in its govern- nental life, Is doomed to the enjoyment of a misrule of ever moutit- ng costs. Civic Mindedncss Needed. "The principal need of the hour, as I see it, is for us to ;-et back tho civic mindedness and public spirit which we have lost largely because we have been afraid that if we stand up for what is right nnd openly battle for it, we shall suffer mpleasant consequences. "Personally, I have yet to sec the man who has suffered any disas- .rous business or professional loss from his open espousal of a righteous civic cause. As in our personal 'ives. so in our common political life ntclligcntly directed enterprise and :ourage that cannot be deflected "roni its course by threats of injury iy the authors of misrule and their jeneficiaries, make possible the so- ution of the problems that grow out of conflicting aims and interests." Reports on Progress in Project Work Are Given at Meeting of Pioneers Members of the Pioneer club gathered Monday night in the Y. M. C. A. and heard reports from various project groups. William Butler and Armin Kohler gave reports on radio progress, stating that members were starting to make one ami two tube receiving sets. Frank Conway gave a report on the arcuery studies. I-Ic said work is progressing on the ranking of bows and arrows and that material is being gatli- ered.for an indoor target range. Reports were also given on leather- craft and plaster casting. A demonstration was offered on a. new project, which is leather burning. In this an electric needle is used to burn designs on leather. The monkey developed just so far, but apparently the art of chewing gum was too much for him.-Midwest Review. I will sell tin- following described properly at Public; Aiir.lion on (he farm located 2 miles east of Klcnmic on (he County Gravel Rniul, on-- FREE LUNCH AT 11:00 A. M. SALE WILL START PROMPTLY at 12 O'CLOCK NOON 16 -- HEAD OF HORSES -- 16 i buy team, mare and coldine, !l and II) years old, wf. H700; f hay team, mure und geldlnjr, 3 lln ,| 5 V( .,irs old, wl. 3500; 1 bay tcaui mare and [telillng, 4 and fi years old, wl. 3100; I hay team' msiri-s 150 Head of Stockers and Feeders 211 hi'iid nf Shnrthnrn steers, fleshy, wl. 850 p o u n d s - 20 head C Shorthorn steers, wei K ]it 800 pounds; 2i heart of Shorthorn steers, weight 700 pounds; 80 head of Shorthorn steers, weight GOO pounds; 20 hcml of Slinrlhnrn slrer.s, weigh) ·" pounds; 10 Jicud of Shorthorn heifers, weight (iOO iioumls; HI liuiul of Shorthorn heifers, weight iinO pounds; 20 heiul Hereford steer and heifer calves weight JOO pounds; -I heiitl ycnrllnj; Hereford bulls; 1 yearling red Shorthorn hull; I tun-yrnr-nltl roan Shorthorn b u l l - 1 ndlrli row This i.s as good ;i hunch of n a t i v e rattle HH you will f i n d anywhere. 95 -- HEAD OF~HOGS -- 95 'M Spotted Poland China brood sows, lired for Anril f n r r n u : IS Duron .Terso.y brood sows, liml for April farrow; fiO hend of feeding pigs. CHOLF.KA I M M U N E . ·Poll" llrfra Z-rirtV fnni ~-rmv (om P FULL LINE OF FARM MACHINERY iT. m:iv; .If.hii lci-re (iraln lllnilrr. X-ll ; .Inl 2-rou' Turn I'lnw; .[olio N|.|-r- Didii HIIV """»"»'»" --'"»""" Tn,rV,; H!,£" l" ,r,, ullli u» rtuls ,.r \vlr," .Mrdirnilrk Mni*,.r w«/sv^^ VH^S^ ff 1 ^?'--' 1 ''-- ~'iA k ;«^^ SS-J'XfcrVK ,;;;, ^'J^^ti^r s " ri " K; "" J ««"":; TIII: ,',\'\?,« 1 ' R T A ! I "* K K Y I* '* EXCKM.KNT CONDITION, HAVING I J K K N WELL CAKHD KOK AND IIOli.SKO. ft Rhode Island Red Roosters i White Leghorn Roosters TEKMS:--C'asli, or rtiitkn arrangements with your hiinkcr. JO monthfi ttmo will he given If necessary on nil cuttle. Partie.s from n distance desiring t l m o should sro K. C'. IJuntenlmoh before oatllci uro sold. No property to Im removed until settled /or. CONDITIONS--CuttlB to tin .shipped will bu loaded on cars at Klcinmr, Town, w i t h o u t cost to th» purchaser. L, Owner COL. W. J. M U R P H Y , M,,son City, Iowa, Auctioneer. COL. IJ. A. KKKMTSMA, Klcmnic, lowit, Auctioneer. FIltST NATIONAL HANK, Klemme, loivn, Cirri,"

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