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December 23, 1933

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 21

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:g 1 £'^^ DECEMBER 23 1933 CITS: TWUNTY-OKJt. [Be a Daily Reader of the "Gift Seekers Guide"--A Time and Money Saver Classified Advertising Information . Fifteen cema a Una first insertion. "·T Ten cents a Una ror each consecutive aub' ;YBequeni Insertion. 7 (Coimt f i v e averaga words ID lha line.) ' Seven insertions arfl given for tha price :· ULASSLFIEO DISPLAY A-DVEHTISING ''. 7U cents (Xir comma inch each insertion, A discount ot 15 per cent will De allowed ·r»n all classified ad vert! semen la paid far at : Tlie time of insertion or not later than 5 Jays thereafter. A l l out-of-town ada are payable fa advance, A.H refunds on Want Ada cntlst be called L t o r within 30 daya of tho cancellation date lof the urder. INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications nre numbered according to the position in which they appear in the section. 37 ·[Agents ......... 00 ·fApta. for Kent .. « J Amusements .... 1 IAUIU Acccssoriea 82 I A u t o s for Sale . . 79 f Auto Storage. . . , AT I AUU Trucks .... 80 I Auto HeyalrJas .. SI I Beauty Parlors .. 16 I Board, Room ... 49 I BldE- Materials .. 43 I Business L o c a - f tlon .......... Justness Oppor- 1 tunnies ....... 23 K.C a f c H , ttestau- \ ranta . . . . ..... 17 I Card of Thanks 2 JdiJrotXHifslS .... 13 Koiiirupractors ... 14 ners, Dyers 18 ^otLages ........ A4tt freath Notices ... 1 logs. Birds, "ets 03 Educational Op- · portunitles .... 40 ·lectrlcai Service 61 pnployment Ser* vlce .......... A3U ·farms for Salfr . . CO na for Rent . -AfiO Vnrm Machinery 61 florists ......... 4 runeraJ Directors f ura . . , ........ ;arage for Rent KO lor Sale instruction Insurance Investment ..... 10 In MemorLara ..A Job Printing .... 20 Laundries ' Livestock tor Sale Location Wan ted 6fl Lost o.n3 Found Lois for Bale ... Machinery ...... Mtlk Misc. for Sale .. Misc. for Kent .. Money to Loan Mortgages Monuments A 4 Moving, Storage Musical inatr, ,. . ; Nursery Stock ... I Olflcea for Rent i Off ICQ Equlpl. ... ! Osteopaths Painting. Decor. Personals Photographers ,.. Plumbing, Htg... Poultry, ESCS ·. Radio supplies .. Real Estate Wtd. Rooms for Rent 21 ..A38 . .. 35 .. 20 , . A 3 3 ..... . ..... Help W a n t e d Wild Inv. .... ·lelp W a n t e d , Female ....... e l p W a n t e d . Male ....' ..... ·yip W a n t e d , jMoie, Fetnaie. .A38 Udes, Wool; Furs 7S nousebold Goods 13 .Aousea lot Sale 47 \fcousE3 tor Rent 46 Salo or Trade Salo or Rent . Salesladies ... Salesmen .... Seeds, Feeds . Serv. Ottered situation Wtd. Stationery ''i Stocks TM Summer Cottages 67 Swap Service ... 38 Travel Bureau ..A 6 Trade ot Exch. .. 42 Upholstering .... 59 Wtd. to Borrow "it Wtd. io Buy .... 76 ,\Vtcl:» Mice.' -. .v. .A7B Wtd. to Rent ... 78 Wearing Apparel 70 Personals ATHENS Cafe. Buy 25c glass keg beer and get free cance Saturday, Monday or Wednesday. 6 St. S, \V. MATBRNJTY and adoptions. Seclusion for unfortunate girls. Expense reduced by working. Address: Falrmount Hospital, 4909 East 27th, Kansas City, Mo. WOMEN look ana tecl years younger in an individually designed corset. Ph. 3856J. 119ii. E. State. T SEEKE GUIDE Lost and Found LOST--In Kresge's 10-25C store, black leather purse, containing 520, fountain pen and other items. Finder report to Globe-Gazette office. Reward. LOST--Small brown billfold, containing cards with name and address. Return to this office. Reward. LOST--Brown leather mittens. Reward. Ph. 1849J. LOST--Lady's dress in Hugh's box. Ph. 3208W. Reward. Money to Loan 8 OUK NEW LOAN PLAN $50 FOR §5.25 FOR 5 MOS. Courteous and confidential service. Ask any one of our 1,000 Batlgftcrt customers. Experienced loan counsellor In charge. SECURITY LOAN COMPANY 821 1st Natl Ills. Elilg. Ph. 412 M O N E Y --for-- ALt, PURPOSES We make cash loans up to $300 on your Auto or Furniture. Cars Refinanced and Payments JKeduced HOME LOAN FINANCE CO. 2nd Floor I.O.F. Bldgv CHARACTER LOANS, 8 per cent discount, easy payments. H. E. Swarner, 207M- N. Fed. Ph. 177. Death Notices 1 mvw^ij 1 G^orge^M., 56, died at a local hospital Friday. He resided 15 J /£ South Commercial Place. moral services will be held at the Ltterson funeral home Tuesday iernoou at 2:30 o'clock. The Rev. A. Hlnz, pastor of the Bethlehem ]theran church, will be in charge the services. Burial will be in ,. morial Park cemetery. Patter- i funeral home in charge. fi KOGERSON, Martin, 78, died at 'he home of his son, 661 Twelfth cet northeast, Tuesday. Funeral vices were held at the McAuley icral home Saturday. Burial was ide at Elm-wood cemetery, llc- uley funeral home in charge. Card of Thanks DEEP APPRECIATION and heartfelt thanks to our friends ·who so kindly assisted us in our · recent bereavement, also for the ·floral and beautiful spiritual uou- jquets. John Johnson family, Mrs. JMary Mattes family, Delia Bren- Inan, Emma Brennan. |WK WISH to extend our sincere thanks for the floral offerings, {spiritual bouquets and the many lacts of kindness extended during Ithe illness and death of out- dear Imother. Mi\ and Mrs. Charles graven, Mr. and Mrs. M. Sbeckel r |Mrs. Cynthia Horn, Mr. and Mrs. |E1 Noddleman, Mr. and Mrs. Roy lEverts, Mr. anfl Mrs. Don Zellar, |Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Zellar, Miss -fayme Zellar. ' Funeral Directors 3 Funeral H o m e C o m - plete service day and ight. 8 South Adams. Phone 651. Use Our C o m p l e t e Personal Finance Service To clean up your bills To buy the thing you need now. To reduce your present payments. PINE'S will loan you up to $301) for that purposu C. L. Pine Loan Company Phone 224 " 204 Weir BJdg. Diagonally Opposite The First National Dank "Large enough to serve you. small enough to know you." M O N E Y jLJl--t Wo 'end money to pay bills, mci:t emergency expenses or for any other worthwhile purpose. AUTO LOANS made in a few hours. Intere^^ charged only for actual time money is used. No extra charge. You r._ed not hesitate to see HE if money is needed. Wo ? always glad to explain our plan. Consolidate all your obligations into one account with one small payment each month. See us today. United Financial Co. F. M. HUMPHBBV, Blgr. 3 First St. N. W. First Door W. Phono 1414 of Adams Drug IMEYER FUNERAL HOME--Dependable service. 243 Fifth street IS. E. Ph. 1505. IPATTERSON FUNERAL, HOME-A service for those who care. rXmbulance. 322 N. Wash. Ph. 1140. JHANDALL Funeral Home--Ambu- TM lance service. 104 3rd St_ N. E. Ph. 511. C. E. Snipps. H. B. Major. Florists the hour of joy as well as in sor- ow, flowers best express your timents. Strictly fresh home- wn stock. Kembles. Ph. 55, Monuments A4 .RK every grave with a raonu- lent from Mason City Cut Stone Mon't Co., 504 N. Monroe 783. Personals 'NY ONE bothered with Bronchial 'Cough, drop a card to S. A. W., '' State Street, Mason City, Beauty Parlors 16 PERiMANENTS $1.60 complete. Shampoo, {inger- wnve foe. Fart dry fingenvave 33c. Marcel ouc. Annex Permanent Wave Shop 3121/2 N. Fed. Ave. GIFTS for HIM Cijjars, G'igarets and Candy in attractive Christmas Boxes. Special: 5 Ib. box of chocolates, 98c. FORD HOPKINS Autos for Sale 79 INVESTORS SYNDICATE 10 year Annuity is different. Investigate. 525,000,000 paid certificate holders in 4 yrs. C. N. Chambers. Dist. Mgr. Give him something he can use. What is more useful than something to wear as a GILDNBR Overcoat. HAVE MONEY for Christmas 1934 by hanking difference saved on our Gas and Oil. Quality instead of overhead. HOMETOWN. GIFTS FOR THE CHILDREN Skates - Skiis - Sleds - Bicycles Wagons - Guns - Ammunition L-INDQUIST'S 620 S. Federal Phone 831 SKATES to fit any foot or any purse at The MASON CITY HARDWARE CO. BELDING'S CARMELCRISP Shop 111 E. State. Ice cream, chocolate cherries, fudge, popcorn balls, magazines, Sunday papers. Ideal gifts for indoor play: Basketballs, volleyballs, striking bags, shadow balls, boxing gloves. MASON CITY SPORTING GOODS "WHY NOT A X. M. C. A. MEMBERSHIP FOR CHRISTMAS?" Contributing--550.00 and up. Sustaining--$25.00. Senior--515.00--21 years and up. Regular--$10.00--18 years to 21. High school--55.00 to 57.00. Grade school--$3.00. GIFTS FOR THE HOME All odd fancy CHINA at % price Beautiful Items 25e, 50c and Jl.OO IOWA TEA COMPANY E. STATE For a Clean Fire, Use GLENDORA 59.00 W. G. BLOCK CO. PH. f)83 Heartiest SEASON'S GREETINGS W. H. POTTS Jeweler Rock crystal goblets, sherbets, 513.00 dozen. Other crystal goblets at 53.95 dozen. BLANCHARDS Christmas Special: Cranhery Sher- bel, quart iQc, pint 20c. BIRDSALL ICE CREAM CO. 518 N. Federal 621 S. Federal A Gift that PLEASES as well as LASTS LORRAINE STUDIO 210 Weir Bldg. Everything for Christmas DECORATIONS at reasonable prices · THE FLOWER SHOP 16 First St. S. E. THE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE North Iowa's Leading Newspaper Send your friends this newspaper as a Christmas gift. A gift that lasts the whole year 'round. Just tell us to whom. St goes and we will do the rest. GLOBE-GAZETTE PH. 3800 GIFTS for HER RUSSELL STUDIO Phone 2272 J. C. PENNED BUILDING 1---1933 Spoil Coupe. Cannot be told from new. Priced to sell. 1933 Chevrolet Coach. Exceptionally clean. 1932 Chevrolet Coach. Low mileage. Very clean. 1932 5-1'assenger Coupe. A veal buy. 2--1931 Chevrolet Coaches. Good rubber. Motors in A-l shape. 1930 Chevrolet Special six-wheel sedan. Very clean car. 1930 Chevrolet Coach. Priced to sell. 1928 Chevrolet 4-door Sedan. A real buy. Cheap transportation. 1932 Plymouth Coupe. Late series. Exceptionally clean. 1930 Nash 4-door Sedan. A real buy. Motor overhauled. 1928 Pontiac 4-door Sedan. Motor overhauled and new paint job. 1927 Nash Coupe. Cheap transportation. 1930 Ford Model A Coupe. New rubber. New paint. In A-l shape. ». R. Chevrolet Co.,-Iaic. Monogramed stationery. Leather billfolds $1.00 up. Gold lettered name or initial. KLIPTO LOOSE-LEAF CO. MERRY CHRISTMAS RAY SENEi Big line of MANICURE SETS complete from 75c to $50. Pen and pencil sets at specially low prices, HUXTABLE DRUG Your last minute items. Suitable practical and pleasing. Merry Christmas to All. TRADEHOME SHOE STORE LADIES' FULL FASHIONED HOSE, 19c a pair Suustmi (lards SAM RAIZES DEPT. STORE Enjoy Sunday Luncheon and Dinner at the HAVVKEYE CLUB Duck or Turkey--35c complete Just what you want--Stationery at the price you want to pay. In novelty boxes at ISc, 25c, 59c. J. C. PENNEY CO., Inc. When you arc STUMPED . . . . . . think of FLOWERS. The appropriate gift for all. Strictly fresh, home grown stock. KEMBLES. MONOGRAMED GIFT STATIONERY ·?!--50 sheets, 25 cnv. Ph. 871 CENTRAL, SHOW PRINTING CO Women's footwear, black, kid ant suede combination oxford. Sizes 4 to 9, AA, B, C, $1.00 MILLER-JONES CO. Wanted to Borrow 77 security. Write O-21. Globe-Gazette. Autos for Sale 79 ~~USED"OAKS " \Vc arc cleaning the lot. Still plenty of good buys. Better h u r r y ; they are going fust. All makes anil models to chnnso from. ,T. H. MARSTON V, Bile. E. Hanforil Hotel HIGHEST V A L U E USED CARS YOU CAN DEl'KND ON OUK STATEBIENT As to Mechanical Comlitu n of imj 1 used car In our stuck. Ask ;uiy of our hundreds of satisfied custmnerB. THIS MEANS $$$ TO A USED CAR UEAL, District court ot Iowa in atul for Cerro Cinnlo County, t l i c final Ilepurt and Ac- counltag ol John K, Faltueter, the Assignee for the bc;iem of creditors of J. C, Mft- whinnay, tlolnf- business under the name uf the Sortn G r L H at Clear Luke, Jowa; ami that by an order ot Court. snUt report has leen set (or h u a r f n g nt 12 o'clock noon on tn« Oth day of January » A. 13., 103-i, ni I lie C o u r t House in the Clly *oC Mason City, Cerro aordo County, Iowa, at which Um« and place, nit persons interested may ajjjiear unit slio\v cause, If any they have. xvhy sahl report should not be approved, nnd Uie snid Assignee ritsciifirgcd, lr(« bon'lsman released anil this trust s e t t l e d anil closed. JOHN F. PALMETER, Assignee for tlr- benefit of creditors of JC. M.i \vlilimtfy, doing business u n d e r the name of the Koda Grill at Clear Lrtke, la. EDU'AHD R. DOYJ.K, A t t o r n e y for A s n i y n c Q . Instruction 39 $105-?175 MONTH. U. S. government life jobs. We coach you for coming' (a) examinations. Men-women, 18-50. Steady. List positions and full particulars free. Apply today. Write R-2, Globe-Gazette. Trade or Exchange 42 FOR TRADE--House equity, good place. Desirable trade for vacant lot. W. L. Patton, 100 East State. Rooms for Rent 44 FOR RENT--3 rooms. Ph. 1027J. FOR RENT--Sip. rms. 229 E. State. Help Wanted, Male 32 WANTED--Barber at once. Palace pool hall. Services Offered A33 WOOD Sawing. Inq. 1709 N. Car. CIRCULAR SAWS--Gummed, filed, set .nnd hammered, $2, during December. Diamond Point Saw Shop. 228 S. Fed. ROOFS repaired. Phone 3830. Male, Female A3 6 WANTED---Violin player. Call 3263. Swap Service 38 SWAY--Service station lunch room. Lease on paved highway. $125 or what? Write GG-22, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Antique ship models for pool tables or what have you? Write FF-20 Globe-Gazette. TO SWAP--Sandwich com shcller, 24 ft. drag feed, for late model Ford or Chevrolet. Write YY-21, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--New large, juvenile pool table, complete, for electric mantle radio. Write HH-21, Globe-Gazette. Sale or Trade A38 FOR SALE OR TRADE -- Aged Chester White boar. F. W. Brown. Ph. 2214. FOR RENT--Purn. mod. light hskg. or slpg. rms. 220 7 N. E. FOR RENT--Large rm. 145 ii S. W. FOR RENT--Warm Hlpg. rm., separate entrance. Ph. 1903. FOR KENT The last available prominent corner on Federal Avenue (over I. O. A. Grocery). Desirable 3 room front suite unfurnished. For offices or living rooms. Kesponsible tenant only. See ROY V. HARRIS FOR RENT--Good clean sleeping rooms with city heat, reasonable. Ph.1690. 320 S. Del. Apts. for Rent 45 FOR RENT--I rm. mod. 'apt. 388. FOR RENT--3 rm. fura. apt. overstuffed ftirn. 1626 S. Penn. 2357. FOR RENT--5 large rms. and alpg. porch, unfurn., very fine location. Steady heat, soft water, very desirable. Inq. 304 1st S. E. FOR RENT--3 rm. mod. apt. S10 N. Del. Ph. 3157J: FOR KENT--t rm. apt., furn. or unfurn. J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 30. Houses for Rent 46 FOR RENT--4 rm. mod. bung-. 2477. FOR RENT--5 rm. mod. hse. 867. FOR RENT--6 room mod. house, close in; also 5 rm. partly mod. house on 21st S. E. Ph. 3171W. FOR RENT--5 rm. mod. bungalow with garage. $25 mo. 225 Four tcenth St. N. E. Phone 2770. FOR RENT---7 rm. mod. house. 1711 S. Del. $22.50 per month Beck Brothers. FOR RENT--1 rm. house. Ph. 2667. Houses for Rent 46 FOR RENT--4 rm. house, Crescent Drive, 515 mo. Phone 724. FOR RENT--5 rm. mod. home. 51Q 8 S. E. Ph. 1110. RENT YOUR HOME from Briar List your property with Briar Buy a home from Briar. Ph. 3414. Farms for Sale 50 FOK SALE--Kent barp.--well Imp. IfiO near Clear Lake, $67,oO per A. Imp. 80 nt S75. Easy terms. E. H. Klch, Rogers Hotel, Clear Lake. Livestock for Sale 52 FOR SALE--Spotted Poland stock hogs. Edward G. Lines, Rockford. FOK SALE--Purebred big type Spotted 1'oland China boars, cholera immune. Milt Frazicr, 5 m!. south, 2 mi. cast Clear Lake. Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 FOR SALE--Canaries, love birds and finches. 510 5 S. W. Ph. 1895. FOR SALE -- Extra fine Persian kittens. 723 S. Wash. FOR SALE--Wirehairecl Fox Terriers. 732 N. Pcnn. Ph. 2078.T. FOR SALE Love birds, canaries, Home cinna- mons. Mrs. Orren Porter, SOI Winnie St., Clear Lnkc. Machinery 54 FOR SALE--Second hand turning Inthe, ?15. 212 2 S. W. Misc. for Sale 55 APPLES FOR SALK Jonathan, Snow, lied Steel, Baldwins, Ganog, lien Davis, York Imperial, Rome Beauty. Lots of Nuts. EARL FRUIT CO. ISO!) S. Fed. Phone 1138 FOR SALE--Any size freshly cut Christmas trees. 2Dc nnd 35c. 2nd St. and S Federal FOR SALE--Iceboat sail. Ph. 3G3S, GOOD CLEAN COAL Fair prices Just try one ton ALLISON COAL Phone 4S1 FOR SAL1S--.Tap hulless pop corn, clean, shelled, 4c Ib. Ph. fi on 31. L, B. Daily, FU. 2, Nova Springs. Misc. for Sale 55 FOR SALE--Cheap. Philco baby grand radio with tubes. Ph. 1028. FOR SAL.B--Carload freshly cut Christmas trees, lOc up. 2-lth, S.Fed. First Class Second Hand BATTERIES ill perfect condition. Guaranteed. LINDQUIST'S 620 S. Federal Phone 831. HEAVY MATS SIZE 18i/ 2 x;il 2cEACH These Dry Alatu ure excellent for lining garages, chicltcn houses, coal bins, cellars, cabin walls, weatherboarding, sound proofing or insulation. Not suited for outside surfacing or drawing IIHU. We have over 500 which may be bought for only 2 cents each. Call Business Office, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE Potatoes .S8c 100 !bs., large sly.e $1.05 100 Ihs., UOc peck. Apples 08c bushel, 8 Ihs. 25e. Onions 50o' a bushel. Carrots 750 a bushel. A Christmas tree given free with each $1.50 order. KARL'S FHT3IT CO. I'hone 1188 150a S. Federal or Nora Springs, In. Garage for Sale 69 FOR Poultry, Eggs 74 MASON CITY POULTRY STORE Dressed While- U Wnit Your Choice Hens - - - 12clb. Geese - - J2clb. Snrinirs - 12clb. Turkeys - 17c lh. Duclis - - - 12n Hi. PIIOXE 1001 510 S. FED. 1932 Slfl. V-8 COIIJIK (clean job). 1SI32 V-8 S Wheel Sedan. J081 St. 8 Dodge Op., rcur seat. 1033 V-8 De Luxn Cp., low mlluugc. 1931 KSSC.V Cp., fnvtnry equipment. You will -appreciate the dollars saved on good ears us ubove. Wagner Motor Company FORD SALES l i t Jst S. K. Opp. Old V. O. Auto Trucks 80 FOR SALE--International 1 ton truck, in good running cond $85. International Motor Trucks. Ph. 20. LEGAL NOTICES Jnmmrj- Tenn, lII3i. Helen Kent, P l a i n t i f f , va. Horace K, Kent, Defendant. To Horace K. Kent, I)*?Ycmlnitt: You am hcrebv n o t i f i e d that there Is now L f i l e 3n the office of the Clerk of Hie District Court ot Iowa in n n i l for Corro Gorcio County, a petition of Helen Kent, p l a i n t i f f , ptayinp Hint n divorce from tlic bonds of matrimony may LG decreed against you. for the cause t h a t you liavo w i l f u l l y dcsertel tlie plaintiff and absented yourself w i t h o u t a rcarioimlile caiuje for the .space ot two y e a r n . For f u r t h e r parti c ul fits, you arc referred to said petition. Now, unless you npjiear nnl d e f e n d thereto on or before noon of the neconl tiny of the January, 1034, term o£ snM Court to he held at Mason City In said County, comm e n e l n g on the Stli day of January, 10;i-l, Iff f a u l t will be entered against ytm anrl Jn f i g m e n t rendered thnrcon in accordance with the prayer of tmlil petition. JAY \V. r.OKENZ, A t t o r n e y for P L u t r i U f C . WILLPROCESS HOGS FOR NEEDY Relief Corporation Awards Contracts ; Iowa Packers Are Included. WASHINGTON, Dec. 2S. .1j-- Buying and processing- of 292.875 hogs into smoked wiltsliiros aides for distribution to the needy is to start Doe. 27, the federal .surplus relief corporations bus announced. Contracts were awarded late yesterday. The hogs, averaging- :80 pounds each, will le bought at the price prevailing a)., thc_tinie " MARY PICKFORD KEEPS MAGE Plans Christmas Dinner in Stage Dressing Room in New York. NEW YORK, Dee. 23. /!'. Christmas dinner in «. stage dressing room, with a rubber plant for a Chrtstmcs tree. That will be Mary Picltford'n Christmas this year. But she's determined to enjoy it, she said today at the Broadway motion picture house where she returned to the stnge after IS years. It was her first stage appearance since she was Juliet, in David Kelasco's "Good Little Devil," ami she found it a bit strange-- especially the big house, and the "five n day" schedule which will keep her in the theater for Christmas iliiinci. Her C'oiirajfo High. As she told of the dinner plans her voice was a trifle unsteady, bin her courage was high. They will send out to a.rotlsseri«' for a turkey -- she and her sistei. her secretary and her niece. And then? "Why, we'll eat it," she said. The rubber plant, which stands in the dressing room window, will, in ti pinch, serve for a tree. It will be quite different, ol course, from the customary Christmas at Picltfnir, her Hollywood estate. There was always a houseful of guests -- eighteen or twenty for dinner in the white and green dining room. DOUK. .lr., niul .loan. Last Christmas, MaVy recalled, "Douglas, Jr.," and Joan Crawford -- now separated -- -were there; ami Gary Cooper had given a party for "Mr. Fairbanks" the night before. "But," she broke off suddenly, "I' really don't remember what kind ot Christmas we had lost year." For her stage appearances, she wears a simple office dress. Bc- twcen acts she rests, a somewhat disconsolate little figure in orange . Included in the contracts are: Cudahy Pacltiiiff company, -100 hogs, Sioux City; T. M. Sinclair, 700, Cedar Rapids; Armour and company, 200, Sioux City; Swift and company, 200, Sioux City, and .lohn Morrell and company, 400 Ottumwa, and 500, Sioux Falls, S. Dak. . in one of these Intervals she said firmly, "I'm enjoying every second. It's a joyous experience after all .these years to feel the warmth of the audience. It's like Calitomiu sunlight." Flowers and Messages. T-HUe orange trees, flowers aiu' messages arrived at her door. Slu. was .surrounded .by them and by pictures of her relatives, prominently placed as if to keep her company. It had been rumored that duiinc. the Ixnlidays Miss Pickford would see a famous "spirit" medium. But this she denied. "I've never been to n seance, nor linvo I been psychoanalyzed." she said. "But," she added laughingly, "It might not be a bad idea. I'd try to find out -- " She broke off without ending' the scntcnn.'. GLOBE-GAZETTE'S DAILY CROSS WORD PUZZLE MITICK ov HKAKI.M; or FINAL UI;J I ORT In the T l M r t i t Vmirt nt loun, In nnil for | Orrn onlo Coiinly. /ii the Ahitter uf t d e AssfRnmciU for the JUnrtlt of (TcOllori nf J. C. M i i u l i l m i r y , Do In K HiiRlness Xlnilcr tlic Xontn uf The Sodft »rlll nt Clrnr t.nkr, lu\\u. To t h e :rf(]||ors of J. f. Miuvltlrim-y :inl ttm SntJa drill, lorAlril n| Clrnr r.iik*, Jcnrn, tind tn wlmni It n i n y ninrrrn: You arc iiernhy n o t i f i e d Ihnt I:erc In now on f l i c 1n ihc o f f i c e of Ibc Clerk of the Wanted to Buy 75 WE Will buy your used car for cash. No delay. Lapiner Motor Co. \V:LL PAY CASH FOR OATS--i. p. O. F. Home. Phone 533. FURS WANTED--See S. B. aiyrlck and Son before selling. Highest prices paid at all times. 302 Twentieth St. S. E. Phone 962. HIGHEST Cash prices paid for old gold watch cases, dental scrap. Blanchard'g Jewelry. CASH Paid for men's used clothinj and shoes. Bring to 337 S. Fed. f will sell nt public auction at my farm, I mile east and 3 /\ tullo south of Kudd at 1 o'clock Sharp, on Thursday, Dec. 28 1988, the f o l l o w i n g described property, to-wit: 4 HEAD OF HORSES 5 COWS, T. 15. TESTED 2 HEAD OF HOGS MISCELLANEOUS FARM MACHINERY 801) bushels Yellow Com, more or less; 20 tons Clean Hay, more or less; 35 G r a i n Sacks, and other articles t o n numerous to mention. rEKMS: Cash or make arrange- mont.s w i t h your local hunker. First National R a n k , Nora Springs, Clerk. Earl I'ylc, A u r l . L. H. LACOSTE, T'KOIMHETOK ACROSS C- 1-- To 1- '· 3-- Profit 8-C-- An OKlricli 9- S-- A 'letter of Uie Greek alpha- 1°- bct Jill -- Starchy substance prepared H" from a palm I i- 13-- Collection of Pacific Islands 21- ITi -- Husks of srain »'2- 17 -- Mineral spring ISIS -- The cry of catlla 10-- Duration of b e i n g 20 -- A c o n t i n e n t 22-- Natives of Latvia 3111-- Wharf S- 25-- A cily In New V o r l 2T -- I m p l e m e n t 29 -- A f f e c t e d 30 -- Fastening devices 32-- Capable 31 -- Require ' 33 -- Young slfoot 42-- Only 41-- A jar 45 -- To suffer ·16 -- Born ·i" -- Mexican laborer- is -- Decimnl parts of ,1 U. S. c o i n / l -- Made crooked 62-- Plural suflls 53 -- Not concealed :")!· -- A n i n d e f i n i t e qn;iTui1.v 5 -- A lionc DOWN 1--A p r o v i n c e In I n d i a . 2 -- S t r i k e n l i g h t l y 3--Leav ·1-- V:\iMl ;.S--That l,y \ v l i i c b n I c n o w n -The r J c r l v n t t o n of a n y t h i n g -An e x c l a m a t i o n ·A month of tho Jewish y o a r -Inactive - M t l h o t i of locomotion - K n m U p a r t i c l e of U o a U n s t l u i - t -.V bird - C u r t a i n A s l n l i c s -Slrlnflr^d i n s t r u m e n t s -A sudden sharp j i a l n --Aswunici; n s t u d i e d flttiliiilf- :--A cardinal n u m b e r --A vetJk:lf : -- U i v e r i n I t a l y !--The covoriiiK of a .ioe«i i -- A c c o t n p l i a l i t i i i--.loina 1--Mbtisurc of aron. -- P h y s i c a l iliHtrcs-i I -- A i l m e n t s 1 -- L i f f l i t , open rot Ion l . i b i ' i r i--Not 1--A p r o n o u n 3--Tim a -- P a r t a k e of re.'iSity A n s w e r t o p r e v i o u s p i u r l e

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