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Mason City, Iowa
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SEVENTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE DECEMBER 28 193S Read the Classified Page--The Meeting Place of the Buyer and Seller Classified Advertising Information JTifteen cents a Una first insertion. Ten cents a line ror each, consecutive ffu sequent insertion. (Count five average words to ibe line.) Seven insertions ara given for tho price of sis. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ADVEHTISUNU 7U cents pet column inch eacn Insertion, A discount af 15 per cenl will t» allowed on all classified advertisements paid for at tho tlma of insertion qr not later than D days thereafter. All out-of-town ads are payable- in ad 1 t'ancc. Ad refunds on Want Ads must be called tor within 30 days of th» cancellation dale of tho order. Answer to lf biind" advertisements rnuat DB addressed to the letter stated la tCe ed, care or tho Giobo-Gazette, tinder no circumstances will the Utabe-uazettB reveal the namo oi thoaa Inserting "blind" advertise- znenls. Minimum charge tot BlngEe advertisement, 25 cents. PHONE 3800 between B a- m. and 6 p. m. and ask for tba Ad: laser. INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications ore numbered according to the position In ivhicb they appear tu tho section. Agents ........ . 30 AptB. Cor Rent - . 45 Amusements .... 7 Auto Accessories 82 Autos ror Sale . . 70 Auto Storage.. . .A73 Aulo TrucltB .... 8U Auto itepatrlng . . Bl Beauty Pactora .. ifi Board, Itoom ... 4U 111UK. Materials .. 43 Business L o c a HOD .......... 37 Business Oppor- . tunltles ....... 29 C a f e s . Restaurants ......... 11 Card o! Thanka 2 Crilrupudtsts ... 13 Chiropractors ... 14 Cleaitcnj, Dyers 18 Cottages ........ A4« Death notices ... 1 Hogs, Birds, "eta Utiucatluoa) Opportunities ____ 40 Electrical Service 61 Employment service _____ ..... A3D Farms COT ffaio . . so Farms for Rent .AfiO Farm Machinery 61 Florists ....... .. 4 Funeral Directors a irurs ........... 19 Uarago 'tor Bent 69 Oarase' for Salo el) uardens .. ..... . .41 cuu .;..,.:...."« Help W a n t « d Wit* Inv ..... So Help W a n t e d . Female . ...... 31 Help W a n t e d , Malo ......... Help W a n t e d , Mace, Female. ,A3B Hides, \yool. Furs 78 Household Uoodo ?3 Houses [01 Sale 47 Jlfiusca for Rent _ 4fl G3 instruction Insurance 11 investment IU In Memoriam . .A 3 Job Printing .... lit] Laundries , 2j Livestock for Sale 62 Location Wanted Bft Loat and Found fi Lota lor Salo ... Machinery ...... Milk Misc. tor Salo ., Misc. ror Rent .. Money to LoEn Mortgage Monuments A 4 Mo vine, siorogo '2 Musical tnstr. .. . 68 Nursery Stock .. . 57 Offices for Rent Office EqulpL .. . OBleopa,Ui3 ...... Decor. 82 Palntlne, Personals Photographers .. . Plumbing, Hlg... Poultry, KEBS .. Radio Supplies . . Real Estate Wtd. RoomG for Rent Salo or Trade ...A3S Bala or Rent .. ..A47 Salesladies ...... 34 BaleBtnea ....... Seeds. Feeds .... 2° 8erv. Ottered ...A33 Situation Wtd. .. 83 Stationer;''..";. .. -71 Stocks Bummer Cottage* Q7 Swap service travel Bureau ..A o Trade or Bzch. .. Upholstering ____ 60 Wtd. to Borrow 77 Wld. to Buy .... 70 Wtd., Ulsc ...... A75 Wtd. to Rent ... 70 Wearing, Apparel 70 Card of Thanks We wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to the friends and neighbors, the Odd Fellows and the employes of the American Beet Sugar company, for the floral offerings and kind assistance at the death of our beloved husband and father. Mrs. IvadoJl Stilwell Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Stilwell Norman and Ruth. A We wish to express our sincere appreciation and thanlta to neighnors . -jand friends for the kindnesses extended ua during the sickness and |i death of our husband and father. Mrs. Wm. Tims, Wm. Tims, Jr. Mrs. Cecil Cole Richard Tims Mrs. F. E. Carroll. Funeral Directors 3 McAULEHE Funeral Home--Complete service day and Jgfct i South Adams. Phone 651. MEYER FUNERAL, HOME--Dependable service. 243 Fifth street S. E. Pb. 1505. PATTERSON FUNERAL, HOME-A service for thoso who care, t Ambulance. 322 N. Wash. Ph. 1140. t RANDALL Funeral Home--Ambulance service. 104 3rd St N. E. Ph 511. C. E. Snlpps. H. B. Major. Florists ! IN the hour of joy as well as in sorrow, flowers best express your sentiments. Strictly fresh home:l, grown stock. Kemblea. Ph. 55. Monuments A4 MARK every grave with a monument from Mason City Cut Stone and Mon't Co.. S04 N. Monroe 783. Personals PARTY WANTS RIDE to California^ Write H-27, Globe-Gazette. IS YOUR Form in keeping with modes of 1934? Ph. 385S, Spencer Corsetlera for free figure study. Money to Loan 8 OUR NEW LOAN PLAN §50 'FOR 55.25 FOU 5 MOS. enai and confidential lervlee. ABb nay no of onr 1,000 BAllKiIrd customers. Ex- perleneed loan connaelfor (n charge. SECURITY LOAN -COMPANY !31 1st Kat'i Bit. Bldff. Ph. 413 Money to Loan 8 CHARACTER LOANS, 8 per cent discount, easy payments. H. E. Swarner, 207Ms N. Fed. Ph. 177. DO YOU' ·S KNOW-- There ia a reliable, common-sense business-like service where you can pool all your debts and pay in one place? Endorsed and recommended by leading employers and creditors. WE PROTECT-- YOUR CREDIT, YOUR CO-SIGNERS, YOUR JOB, XOUR FAMILY Let Us Pay Your Bills PHONE FOR SERVICE LOAN MADE SAME DAY United Financial Co. F. M. HUMPHREY, Mgr. S First St. N. W. First Door W. Phono 1414 of Adnnis Drug- Take This Easy Way To Get Out of L / 6 D I . . . If you are finding it hard to keep up with your bills, installments on your furniture, radio, car or other goods, let US help you. Borrow enough to pay your bills or finish your payments and put yourself on a more secure financial footing. iou repay the loan in smaller, more convenient amounts . . . with only one place to pay. All transactions are conducted with the dignity and privacy of a banlt. INVESTIGATE WITHOUT OBLIGATION HOME LOAN FINANCE CO. F. F. Potter, Mgr. 204 I. O. F. Bldg. Use Our C o m p l e t e Persona] Finance Service To clean up your btlla To buy the thing you need now. To reduce your present payments. PINE'S will loan you up to 5300 for that purpose C. L. Pine Loan Company Phone 224 304 Weir BJdg. Diagonally Opposite The First National Bonk "Large enough to serve you. small enough to know you." Beauty Parlors 16 PEKMANENTS $1.50 complete. Shampoo, finger- wa-vo 75c. Part dry flngenvave S5c. Alarccl ouc. Annex Permanent Wave Shop N. Fed. Ave. Business Opportunities 29 BAKERY EQUIPMENT FOR SALE at public auction January 2, Z p. m., Calmar, Iowa. Good No. 11 Hnbbard oven and full line equipment. See CAUL NYSTROM, CALM-YR Help Wanted, Female 31 WANTED--Waitrcssr Apply hTper"- son. No phone calls. Princess Cafe. ATTRACTIVE Woman, 28-45, wanted immediately for interesting, well-paid demonstration and sales work with national organization. No books. Real opportunity for neat, healthy, ambitious woman capable of earning ?2400 yearly. Give qualifications. Write Director, 301 Westport Ave., Kansas City, Mo. Help Wanted, Male 32 WANTED--Boys or men for street sales, daily and Sundays. Can use applications for route carriers over 12 years old. Apply 5 p. m. Register Tribune Agency. 2 2 S. E. Services Offered A33 WOOD Sawing. Inq. 1709 N. Car. ROOFS repaired. Phono 3830. Salesmen 35 SALESMAN WANTED -- Permanent employment for man with car in Cerro Gordo county. Write S. P. Baker Co., Keokuk, Iowa. FACTORY BRANCH nationally approved wearing appa.-el and necessities. Require 3 men, good earnings from start. Pay daily. Inq. No. 7 Central Apts. or Phone 3830. Male, Female A3 6 WANTED--Entrants for Old Time Fiddler contest New Year's eve. Liberal prizes and lots of fun. Write or · call Palace theater. Swap Service 38 SWAP 8 section Arcola boiler and pipe for good enclosed car. Write RR-27, Globe-Ga2ette. SWAP--Bat. radio for drill press, lathe or hand saw. Write ZZ-28, ; Iobe-C.azctte. Swap Service 38 Three times or ess offering a "SWAP" costs nothing. The ad must have a Globe-Gazette "key" number and the advertiser will pay 10 cents for each reply. Replies ara to be called for at the Wand Ad counter. Regular rates will be charged for every line over 3 lines, besides 10 cents for each answer. The Globe-Gazette retainn the right to discontinue ad aftef three days. SWAP -- Typewriter for heating stove. Write NN-27, Globe-Gazette. Rooms ior Rent 44 FOR RENT--Sip. rms. 229 E. State. FOR RENT--2 furn. hskg. rms. in mod. home. Pri. ent. 814 N. Fed Ph. 1509. FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. 222 1 N. E. FOR RENT--One furn. It. hskpg. rm. Pri. ent. 719 N. Delaware. FOR RENT--Rms., 417 N. Wash. FOR RENT--Good clean sleeping rooms witi city heat, reasonable. Ph.1690 320 S. Del. · Apts. for Rent 45 FOR RENT--i rm. mod. apt. 388. FOR RENT--3 rm. fiim. apt. overstuffed furn. 1826 S. Penn. 2357. FOR RENT--5 rm. 1st floor mod. apt. 116 7th N. E. Ph. 2329. FOR RENT--3 rm. mod. apt. 610 N. Del. Ph. 3157J. FOR RENT--1 rm. apt, furn. or unfurn. J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. Houses {or Rent 46 FOR RENT- : rm. house. Ph. 2G67. FOR RENT--4 rm. house, Crescent Drive, Sla mo. Phone 724. FOR RENT--0 rm. mod. home. 516 8 S. E. Ph. 1110. FOR RENT--Houses, 58.50, 4 rms., including 1 water; 510, 3 rm. full basement, garage; $18, 5 rm. mod. double garage; $22.50, 5 rms. and bath, garage. W. L. Fatten, 109 E. State. FOR RENT--5 rm. all mod. bung, with garage. Imm. poss. Ph. 896. FOR RENT--^4 room house, $1 monthly. Layman's Shoe Store. RENT YOUR HOME- from Briar List your property with Briar Buy a home from Briar. Ph. 3414. Farms for Sale 50 FOR SALE--One of the finest 160 acre farms in Cerro Gordo at a bargain. Located on paved road with modern buildings. All tiled and well- fenced. Easy terms. Inquire of Beck Bros. Co. FOR SALE--One of the finest, all modern chicken ranches in Iowa located close to a good city and equipped so that big returns could he received each year. For further information, call 134, Beck Bros. Co. Livestock for Sale 52 FOR SALE--2 year old Duroc stock hogs. Ph. 2F12. FOR SALE--3 fresh cows. 24F32. FOR SALE--Registered Guernsey bull, serviceable age. M. T. Love, Garner, Iowa. Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 FOR SALE--Male Pekingese. T. H. Stoll, Rockwell. Misc. for Sale 55 FOR SALE Potatoes 89c per 100 Ibs.; large si/.e $1.05 per 100 !bs. or 20c a perk. Onions i/j bu. 25c, Pecans 4 Ibs. 25c. Plenty apples 98e bu. Carrots 75c l)ii. Squash Ic each. Rutabagas. Cabbage. Oranges. Grape fruit. Etc. Open evenings and Sundays EARLS FRUIT CO. 1509 S. Fed. Ph. 1188 FOR SALE;--Baby bed, high chair, nursery chair, boy's skates. Ph. 297W. FOR SALE--Remington typewriter cheap. Earl's Fruit Co., 1509 S. Federal. FOR SALE--Piano. 428 Fourth N.E. SCANDIA COAL §7 ton delivered City scale weights Is bringing repeat business HOMETOWN 422 N. Monroe Ph. 409 GOOD CLEAN COAL ruir prices Just try one ton ALLISON COAL Phone 431 First Class Scrond Hand BATTERIES in perfect condition. Guaranteed. LINDQUIST'S 620 S. Federal Thonc 831 Misc. for Sale 55 FOB SALE--Jap., hullcss popcorn that pops. 1 to 1,000 Ibs. Phone 20F1S, Clarence McGownn, Clear Lake, Iowa. HEAVY MATS SIZE 2c EACH These Dry Mats are excellent for lining garages, chicken houses, coal bins, cellars, cabin walls, weatherboarding, sound proofing or Insulation. Not suited for outside surfacing or drawing use We have over SOO which may bo bought for only 2 cents · each. Call Business _ Office. Globe-Gazette. Musical Instr. 58 FOR SALE--Black walnut piano. Ph. 2391W. Household Goods 73 FOR SALE--Complete bed. 2168. FOR SALE--Vacuum cleaner with attachments, cheap. Also small tricycle in good shape. Phone 3687 or call at 1324 N. Rhode Island. FOR SALE--Enamel cook stove and heating stove. 417 3 S. W. FOR SALE--Elec. 2 tub Voss, Sio. Ph. 2448W. FOB SALE--New and used furniture, stoves. Get our prices before you buy. Wo buy, sell and exchange. Graham's Fum. Store, ZOi S. Federal. Phone 301. Poultry, Eggs 74 FOR SALE--Pullets, W. Leghorns and B. Leghorns. 40c. Ph. 1302. Wanted to Buy 75 WANTED--To Buy, beds. Ph. 1216. WANTED--Men's clothing. 121S. WE Will buy your used car for cash. No delay. Lapiner Motor Co. WANTED--Electric washers. 1216. WANTED--To buy half size bed with good mattress and springs cheap. Write W-28, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Baby beds. Ph. 1216. HIGHEST Cash prices paid for old gold watch cases, dental scrap Blanchard'a Jewelry. WANTED--To huv radios. Ph. 1216. Wanted to Rent 76 WANTED TO RENT--4: or 5 room mod. apt, close in. Phone 1740. Wanted to Borrow 77 WANTED--Private loan bung. Ph. 1419. Autos for Sale 79 H ATTENTION: Have a nice bunch of Used Coupes of all makes that would give you a lot of good transportation for tho coming yenr. "Come in and look 'em over." Now is the time to get rid of that old car. This is the home o£ Really -Good Used Cars. HUPMOBILE SALES «mi SERVICE PH. 488 1 block i:orth and y 2 cast of Hanfonl Hotel FOR SALE--Late 1930 Ford pickup low mileage, Clean and like new. Cash. Write L-28, Globe-Gazette. Starting Trouble? Proper OH Is Vital Ask Us MARSTON'S Vi Block Bust of Hanford Hotel H I G H E S T V A L U E USED CARS VOD CAN DEPEND ON OUR STATEMENT As to Mechanical Conditi. n of any used car in our stock. Ask any of our hundreds of satisfied customers. THIS- MEAN'S $$S TO A USED CAR DEAL 1830 Chrysler 70 Sedan $25(1 1928 Essex Coach with trunk SI25 1929 Dodge Broghm. 6 wheels SSOO 3929 Ford Sedan. New paint SI65 1930 Chev. Coach (cv. good) !j275 You will appreciate the dollars saved on good cars us ubox'e. Wagmer Motor Compaey FORD SALES ; 111 1st S. E. Opii. Old P. O. Auto Trucks 80 FOR SALE--International 2 ton, 6 cylinder, short whcelbase, dual tires. International Motor Trucks. Phone 20. FOR SALE--1931 Chev. short dual track. In first class cond. S. R. rh»v. Co.. Inc. LEGAL NOTICES - ORIGIN AT NOTICn In tile District «'onrt of Iowa, In and (or Cerro Onnln Connty. Thr Tmfrpenifrnt Orrftr of Forcsten, I'fafnt- H, vi. Cjcnevlcve t'. Hill, U. R. Hill, Marie C. Johnson, Margaret L. Bailey, H. T. Drtllfry. Grtnt Lakes Flie Line Company, The First Trust Joint Slock Land Bunk of Chicago, of (Jlilcago, Illinois, Allan F. Beck, Allan F. JJech, *rust*e, Becl Hros. Co., corpomllon, thartcs Schranker, Charles NeUan, Alma Nelson, ftflftrnanntj. To CrtRt lAkM k'lpn Unc Company, The FlrtUTrnst Joint Slork Land Bank of Chicago, of Chicago, IlilnoH, ctiarlra Achmokrr, defendants above named: You and each of you are hereby ootiricd that there will bo on file, on or before the 29th day of December, 1933, in tho ojlice or the clerk of thr utovo emitted court, thft petition of the plaintiff above named, demanding juiiment m rem against the real estate hereinafter described, in the aum of 58,23.fl6, with Interest thereon at the rate of 8 tier cent per annum Irom November 21. 1933, and for the costs of the acuon, including a reasonable attorney's fee Tor plaintiffs attorney, as provided by taw» as Justly due the plaintiff upon a certain promissory note In writing for 57,200.00, maue, executed and delivered by one J. N. Johnson (now deceased) to the Modern Brotherhood of America, anil by said payee endorsed, assigned and delivered to tho plaint- Iff herein. Said note was duo by Its terms oC the 25th day of April, 1632, and bears Interest after maturity at tho rato of « per cent per annum. You and each of you arc further notified that the plaintiff's petition will demand foreclosure of a certain mortgage, of even date with said note, given as security for the payment of said note, covering the following described real estate, situated in Cerro Gordo county, Iowa, to tvtt: Enst half of the northeast quarter and northeast juMler or aoutneat quarter, all In section thirty-lire, township ninety-five, range twenty-two. and will ask that it be decreed that plaintiff has a first mortgage Uen upon said real estate from iho date of aald mortgage, to wit. AprlJ JSth, 1927. paramount, superior and prior to tho right, title, lien, claim or Interest of the defendants or any of them In and to said premises, ana tMt a special execution Issue for the sale of aald real estate, or so much thereof as may be necessary to make the whole sum due the plaintiff, together with Interest, costs and accruing cosia, am! thai on and after the data of such sale that the right, tttle, lien, claim or Interest oC the defendants or any ot them Iu and to said premlaea be forever barred anil foreclosed, except · for such rights of redemption as are especially provided by law. You are further notified that plaintiff c l a i m s ' u n d e r the terms of «ald mortgage to have a specific lien upon the rents, issues and profits of said real estate, and that plaintiff 1 3 entitled to the immediate possession thereof, and to the appointment of a receiver to take possession of said premises and collect the rents, iseucs and profits therefrom for tne benefit of the plaintiff, and reserves the right, at the time of taking Judgment and decree of foreclosure, to ask tho court to retain jurisdiction of said action for the -purpose of. hearing upon plaintiff's application for appointment of a receiver, until after sheriff's sale, as prayed. You and each of you are further notified that 5406.50 of th»J sum for v.'hlch Judgment Is oaked, with Interest at 8 per cent per annum from November 21st, 1933, is asked on account of funds advance^ by the plaintiff to pay taxes aEalnst the real estate above described, am! that $2.80 of said sum, with interest ns above noted. Is asked on account of funds advanced by tho plaintiff for Insurance premiums. You and each of you are further notified that iwrsonnl Judgment Is not asked against any of the defendants in Bald action. For further particulars, sec Bald petition when filed, AND NOW unless you appear thereto and defend, on or before noon of the second day of the next term of said court, being the January, m;M, term thereof, wlilcji wll) convene and be held at the Court House In Mason City, Iowa, on the 8tH day of January, 1934. default will be entered against you and each of you, and .judgment and decree entered thereon, as prayed. n. v. CLOUGH. Attorney for the rlalntlrf. NOTICE In tbo 11!strict Court of Iowa In and for Cenro Gortlo Cnunty, January Term, 1834. Eleanor KIHoH, Plaintiff, x-s. Prank G. Elliott, Defendant. To Frank O. Elliott: ran are hereby notified; that there Is now on rile In the office of the Clerk of Ihe District Court of the above named County and State, a petition of Eleanor Elliott, claiming of* you A divorce. Now, unleas you appear thereto and defend on or before noon of t h e , second day of the January, 103-i, term of ea!d Court to he held at the Court Jlousa (a Mason City tn aala County, commencing on the 8th day of January, 1031, default \vfil be entered apalnat you nnd Judgment rendered thereon In accordance yvllh tl:o prayer of eaid petition. H, C. COUG11LON, Attorney for Plaintiff. OHIOTNAL NOTICE In the District Court of Town- In nnd for 1'trrn OoixTn County. The Independent Order of Foresters, Plaintiff, vs. C. E. Ounhus, Anna Gunhus, Beck Bros. Co., nrt Trustee. Beck Brothers Company, a corporation; Beck Walker Company. National Bank or the Republic, Chicane, Jlitnotfi, City National Bank and Tniflt Company, Chicago, Illinois, Central Republic Trust Company, Chicago, Illinois, Merchants National Bank of Cedar Rapids, Io\va, Mrs. n. J, Hanson, j. j. Hill. Herbert E, Cole, Zulu. IrwLn, Belts Elane" Invln, Theodore Urbansliy, Mary LJrbansky, Interstate Loan and Investment Company, (Incorporated) Defendants. Tn C. E. flanhni, Anna Gunhns, Nuilmtiil Hank of ttiK JU|ni[)Uc, Cnlcngu, Illinois, ;ity National Bank und Trust Company. Ohtcujco, Illinois, central Hepuhllo Trust Cnmpany, Chicago, Illinois, Mrs. H. ,1. If n in on, J. J. Hill, Zula Irwln, HHty Klune Iruln, Defendant* above named: YOU AND EACH OF VOU are hereby notified trmt there will he on flic, in tn« o f f i c e of the Clerk of the nbove entitled Court, on or before the 29th day of December, 1833, the petition of the plaintiff above- named, demanding iutlgment a gains t the defenrlant.i C. E. Ounhua and Anna tiunhus In the sum of $16,249.01, \vlth Interest on $3 f 750,00 thereof at S *$ per annum from November 15, 193?. and with Interest at fi^ per annum on the various additional Eums, aggregating {406.01, covering advancements :nnde at various Ulen for taxes and Insurance, premiums, which will bo more particularly slated In nlaimiffa netl- tion. Said aums, together with a reasonable attorney's fes ait provided by law, for plaintiff's attorney, and the costs of the action, Are claimed AS Justly dua upon the certain promissory note In writing of the defendants C. E. GunhUa and Anna Gtmhus. rtnted November 15th, l»3l, payable to UJP Modem Brotherhood of America on November JSth, 1838, with Interest -at G'ft per annum, payable annually, and you and each of you are further notified that p l a i n t i f f demanrld Judgment and decree of foreclosure, foreclosing the certain mortgage [,f even date with aalrl note, given as uecutlly for the payment or all numn due on gairt note, covering tho following described real estate, altuatetl in Cerro Goruo County, Iowa, to-wtt: r.'D5t half of northwest iunrf«r and east half of so nth went tjunriFr nT ,,j M e s t half nf \vf.*t nl Mmtlieaftt ijunrter and went h a i r of ftouthvttnl "iuartrr nf r.orttienst quarter, all In Srcffrm tfilrly- four, toivniihlp nlnety-M x north, ran re nineteen. Went or the 6th V, At., and decreelnE that p i a l n t i r f n said mortgage lien Is paramount, cupertor and prior lo the ht, title, lien or claim of the d e f e n d a n t s or any or them In and to said real estate, and that special execution Issue for the n a t t of said real estate, or en much thereof ns may !e. neceiiaary to make the whole sum due the p l n t n t i f f , tapether with intcrcxt. costs and accruing coatn. YOU AND EACH O?* YOU ure further notified that pursuant to the terms of said mortRnfie plaJntUf uka that a receiver DC appointed, to Uke possession of oaid rial estate, to collect the rents. Issues and pro- f l t a thereof, for the benefit of tha p l a i n t i f f , and BflkK that the hearing upon application for receiver he reserved until a f t e r sheriff's sale, on Dpexlai execution. You nnd rach of you are f u r t h e r notified tnu personal Judgment la askert only against the defendants C. E. Ounhus and Anna Cninhus. You and each of you nre further notified that, the p l a i n t i f f la the on*ner and holder or the aforesaid note and mortgage, by virtue of endowment, transfer and OBSIRU- ment thereof, and the amount due on said note and mortgage la declared dua by virtue of default In the payment of interest which was duo thereon on November 15th, lil^. For further particulars, see said petition when filed. AND NOW unless you appear thereto and defend, on or before noon of the. eecorvi day of the next term of said Court, beins the January, 1034, term thereof, which will convene and be helil at the Court House in Mason City, iowa, on the ath day of January, 1B34, default will be* entered against you, and. Judgment entered thereon, aa prayed. R. P. CLOUGH, Attorney for the Plaintiff. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL Tn DJalrict Court, October Temi, 1933. STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, as. No. -USB. To AH Whom It May Concern: YOU A3VE HEREBY NOTIFIED. That an instrument, of v;rlting purporting to be the laat Will ana Testament of Martin Thogcr- son, deceased, dated October 3rd, 192B, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the 22nd day of January, 1034, is fixed, for hearing proof of same at thii Court House in Mason City, Iowa, belure the District Court of said County or the Clerk of «ald Court; and at 2 o'clock P. M. of the day above mentioned, all persona Interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, If any they have, why said Instrument should not b6 probated and allowed, as nn.0, for the last will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Mason City, Iowa, December 2C. 1933. S. H. MacPSAK, Clerk of District Court. By--Margaret lUley. Deputy. NOTICE In the Plitrlct Court of lonra In and for Cerro tlordo County. Jnnuftry Term, A.U. 1034. M. Harriet Itoblnson, Plulntlff, vs. Edward J. .Robinson, Defendant. To tho Above Named Defendant: You arc hereby notified thai there is now on file In the office of the Clerk of the Dla- trlct Court of Cerro Gonio County, Iowa, the petition of the plaintiff ncking that she be granted a decree of absolute *1!Voice from you 1 on the grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment endangering tier life, and because of your desertion and your failure to support her; anu also asking for the absolute custody and control of her minor aon born as the ISKUC of aald marriage, and lor suit money and temporary and p e r m a n e n t alimony; the particulars of which nrc fully act forlli In the petition now on file. AND UNLESS you appear thereto and defend on or before noon of the second day of the January, 1934, Terrn of tho Dlstrlci Court In and for Cerro Gordo County, Iowa. which convenes at tho Court Hou«e in Mason City, Iowa, on the StJi fifty of January, 1B34, default will be entered against you and Judgment and decree rendered as prayed provided by law. of December, A.iX Dated this 6th 1933. SENNEFF, BLISS and SENNEFF, Attorneys for Plaintiff. 3 MEN DROWNED WHEN ICE BREAKS Heavy Snow Plow Crashes Into St. Louis Bay at Duluth. SUPERIOR, Wis., Dec. 28. (.W-Three street department employes were drowned in St. Louig Bay here today when a heavy snow plow broke through the ice. The dead: Archie Jensen, 32. Ben Hines, 40. Louis Farise. The men were engaged in plowing ut a highway across the bay from Superior to Duluth. In spite of sub-zero temperatures all week, the Ice in the channel was too weak for the three ton tractor plo'.v. Jensen and Hines were in the cab of tho plow and Parise was riding on the back of it with Carl Kline and Alden Beckwell. As the plow plunged down Kline and Beckwell jumped to safety. Parlso was pulled from the icy water by Kline and Beckwell, but died later In a hospital. The plow broke through a section of the channel where tho water is 35 feet deep. Neither the bodies of the victims nor the plow have been recovered. IOWA INJURIES SHOW INCREASE Year's Auto Accident Toll Likely to Mount From 1932 Total. DES JIOINES, Dec. 28.--Move than twice as many peraons were injured in motor vehicle accidents in November, 1933, than in November 1032, and although there was a slight decrease in the number killed, indications are that the auto toll for killed and injured iu Iowa tin's year will probably exceed that of 1932. These facts were revealed in the analysis of motor vehicle accidents in Iowa announced by John L,. Mansfield of the accident record division of the drivers' license department. In November. 1D33, n total of 1,508 accidents were reported while for a similar period in 1932 there were 1,130. Forty-five pel-sons were killed and 1.6T1 injured last month as compared with Gl killed and 800 hurt for a simiar period the preceding year. Pedestrians killed in Novembers of 1932 and 1933 were the same--14--but pedestrians injured in November, 1933, totaled 200 while the figure for 1932 was only 141. 491 Are Kilted. Up to Dec. 1, 491 had been killed Jn Iowa and 11,000 injured while the same figures for 1932 were 480 lulled and 7,874 injured. There were 138 pedestrians killed and 1,380 injured so far in 1933 and for the same period in 1932 there were 105 killed and 1,351 injured. Accidents so far this yenr involved 18,800 vehicles and for the same time in 1932, there were 20,511 vehicles involved. ] One hundred and twenty drivers involved in accidents last month had been drinking. Five were asleep, five were blinded by headlights and the view of one was obstructed. Mishap Causes arc Listed. Causes of accidents included were: Speeding-, 51; reckless driving 1 , 119; on wrong- side of road, 15; violated right-of-way, 22; lost control, 127; skidding:, 17; cutting in, 9; passing streetcar on wrong- side, 1; passing on curve, 6; passing on hill, 7; passing on wrong side, 3; failed to sig Hal, 2; failed to stop at stop sig-n, 17; car ran away, no driver, 1; drove off roadway, 113; crowded off road way, 5; hit and run driver, 1G; fol lowing too closely, 10; disregardet officer or signal, 0, and Improper parking, 8. Statistics oil pedestrians involvcc in accidents were; Had been drinking, 2; physical defects, 1; confusec by traffic, 2; view obstructed, 1 careless, 4; getting in or off street car, 2; getting on or off other ve hides, 8; playing on roadway, T coming- from behind parked vefoicl- 1; walking on roadway, 31; coasting on roadway, 3; crossing at intersection, 54, and crossing- between intersections. 31. Real Estate Transfers Adams, J. W., to Stella Adams Moore, $1, lot 3 and Vf% lot 4, Auditor's subdivision of E 8 rods oC lot 3 and all of lot 2 in subdivision of SW NE 10-9S-20, and lots 3, 4 and 0 in subdivision o£ lot. 4 in SW NE 10-96-20. Sept. 15, 1924. Wenclel, C. J. and wife, to D. W. Bates, receiver Farmers Savings bank, Meservey, $1, lot 6 and Sl£ lot 5, block 2, town of Meservey Aug. 14, 1933. Wendel, C. J. and wife, to D. W. Bates, receiver Farmers' Savings bank, Meservey, 51, lot G and north 36 feet lot 7 and lot 3 in subdivision of lot-? 4 and 5, town of Meservey Aug. 14, 1933. Poshtista, Charles and wife, to Howard A. Poshusta, ?1, lot 4, block 30, College addition, Mason City. Dec. 21, 1933. Indianhead Farms, incorporated, to Iowa Farm Lands company $1 3E RE and W'i SE 13-96-21. Hay 29, 1033. Engebretson, Peter R., to Equitable Life Assurance society of the U. S., $1, SE and 23V- SW 26-95-22. Oct. 7, 1933. Floy, Carolne et al, to Katharine Floy Jl.OO all that part of NE 2794-22 lying N of center of open ditch running through said NE; L I B S Ventura Heights. Rerecorded. July 2, 1926. Robertson, J. M., sheriff, to Adda R. Mower $18,423.21 SE 20-96-21 ie. 26, 1933. Hammond to Write Prohibition History DES MOINES. Dec. 28. (/B--John B. Hammond, veteran dry crusader, plans to go to Washington next weelc, where he will write a history of prohibition. Hammond said the work will be done under auspiceB of the National Civic league, of which he has been legal research secretary for several years. He expects the task to talte about a year. 22 TO GET JOBS ON RUDD SEWER Eight Iowa CWA Projects to Employ 63 Men Approved. DES MOINES, Dec. 28. (,?,-- Cight projects to employ 63 men in ilx counties were approved today ly Prof. George Keller, chief en- ;ineer of the Iowa civil works administration. Total appropriation for he jobs iu $6,858.80. Twenty-two men will be assigned o a project at Rudd, in Floyd coun- y, where excavation of a aewer ditch will bo started on an appropriation of 52,415. Requests from 211 injured civil vorks employes for workmen's com- icnsation have been received by tliu CWA claim department, it was UH-. lounced by L, J. Cosven, ocmpensa- .ion director. 120 From Tolli. Of these 120 were from Pollc :ounty and 91 from other parts oC the state. No compensation will be mid on the majority of the claim re. iorts, it was announced, because the, worker was not prevented from. working- at least three days or because the request does not come under ths provisions of the federal workmen's compensation la\v. Following is the list of project") approved: Wlnneshick county: One man fop service on photographic-ncwswritei' project, 5288. }7nion county: Shannon City, removal of trees and improving cemetery, $300, 5 men; cleaning public school grounds $150, 5 men 22 Mon at Rudd. Dallas county: Granger, repairing and painting public school, ?BOS.SO, men. Tama county: Elberou, surfacing- streets, ?1,400, 15 men. Floyd county: Rudd, excavation of sewer ditch ."52,415, 22 men. Jefferson county: Fairffcld, clerical service in city engineer's office ?120, 1 man. Libertyvillc--Draining and graveling city streets, 51,575. House Feels U. S. on Recovery Path WASHINGTON, Dec. 28. (.!· . Representative Greenwood of Indiana, the democratic whip, said today in a statement that he had sounded out the opinions of houTM members and ascertained that they feel "the crisis has been passed and that we are on the way out of tliu depression." After escaping those gold-hoarding threats, most cf us can survive the president's inquloy into excessive salaries.--Indianapolis Star. 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