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. .MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 28 H 1937 TWENTY-ONE IT'S DE-LOVELY--THE DOLLARS THAT WANT ADS BRING Classified Advertising Information PHONE 380B DURING 1937 -- MAKE AND SAVE MONEY BY USING GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT ADS To know how inexpensive they are just glance over the rates quoted below-Five Average Words to Each Line--Minimum Ad Two Lines Size of-Ad One Day Three Seven Days Days 2 Lines ..$ .30 $ .70 $1.30 3 Lines .. .45 1.05 1.95 4 Lines .. .60 1.40 2.60 5 Lines . . .75 1.75 3.25 6 Lines .. .80 2.10 3.90 7 Lines .. 1.05 2.45 4.55 S Lines .. 1.20 2.80 5.20 9 Lines .. 1.35 3.15 5.85 PRICES FOR CONSECUTIVE DAYS 15% discount if the ad is paid within 5 days of the day It is inserted. I N P E X T O CLASSIFIED Classifications are numbered according- to the position in which they appear in the section. Lodges and Societies 1 Card of Thanks 2A Death Notices 2 Fitneral Directors 3 In Memorlaia 3A Cemeteries 4 Florists S Lost and Found R Personals T Beauty Shops Business Services Help Wanted. Female Salcswork for Women Help Wanted, Male Sales work tor Men Help Wanted. Male or Female Agents Wanted 14 Work Wanted, Women Work Wanted, Men 16 Inatructldn 17 Business Opportunities la Money to Loan 19 Wanted to Borrow 20 Rooms for Rent 21 Apartments for Hcnc ' 22 Houses for Rent 23 Collages for Rent 23 A Business Places for Rent 24 8 10 11 12 13 13A 15 Garages far Rent 15 Farms. Ac'C- ORCS for Rent 25A Wanted to Rent 25B Houses and Lots [or Sale 26 Business Property, Sale 27 Real Estate for Sale, Exch. 23 tleal Estate . Wanted , 29 Real Estate I-oans 30 t*arms for Sale or Exchange 30A Miscellaneous for Sale 31 Swap Service 32 Home Furnishings 33 Music?] Instruments 34 Radios and Service ns Business Equipment 36 Good Things to Eat 37 Want io Buy 38 'Dogs, Birds, Other Pets 39 Livestock and Equipment Poultry and Supplies Automobiles for Sale 42 Auto Parts, Tires, Scrv. 43 Wanted. Automobiles 44 Cemeteries MEMORIAL PARK--"The Cemetery Beautiful." Perpetual maintenance. 1. O. F. Bldg. 172, 1827J. Lost and Found LOST--Jan. 21st, bunch oÂ£ keys, between M. C. Baking Company and Folsom Auio Co, Return for reward to Folsom Auto Co. Personals FREE!--If excess acid causes you Stomach Ulcers, Gas Pains, Indigestion, Heartburn, get free sample doctor's prescription, Udga, at Michael, Ford-Hopkins and Walgreen Drug Stores. WANTED--Christian lady to share rriod. apt. First floor, close in. $10 a month. Phone 3185. "CHRYSLER AIRTEMP". the perfect air conditioning. J. H. Marston, 107 1st St. S. E. Ph. 162. Business Services FEDERAL Corporation Automobile Financing. 309 First Natl. Bank Building. Phone 516. GLASSES--We USB the best quality at a price you can afford to pay. Dr. Knutson, Opt, Weir Bldg. EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted, Female 10 WANTED--Woman to help care lor elderly lady. Some housework. Write R-27, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Exp. giii lor gen'l. hswk. 1112 3rd S. W. Ph. 2599. Help Wanted, Male 12 1 MUST EMPLOY at once a man Â·living in small town or on tarm Permanent work. Must be satisliec with earning S75 a month at first. Write B-2B, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Married man lo work on farm; give ref., state full particulars. Write R-2B, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Exp. married man to work on farm for year. Appb in person. Ph. 4 on 83, Hockford 40 -41 ANNOUNCEMENT Death Notices Z BANKEN, Beverly Jean, 6 months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Banken, 1322 Jersey avenue northeast, died at a local hospital Tuesday evening following an illness. Funeral services will be helci Friday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the Patterson funeral home, with the Rev.- James Miller of Merrill in charge oÂ£ services. Burial will be at Elmwood cemetery. The Patterson funeral home in charge. O'HARA, Joseph J., 41, Rockwell, died at a local hospital at 12:36 o'clock Wednesday morning following an illness. Funeral services will be held at the Patterson funeral home at 10 o'clock Friday morning, with the Rev. O. L. N. Wigdahl, pastor of Trinity Lutheran church, in charge of services. Burial will be at Brush Point cemetery. The Patterson funeral home in charge. TAGESEN, Donald George, 27, died at a local hospital at 11:30 o'clock Tuesday morning following an illness of one year. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Patterson funeral home, with the Rev. William Galbrcth, pastor of the Olivet M. E. church, in charge of services. Burial will be at Elmwood cemetery. The Patterson funeral home in charge. Funeral Directors McAULEY Funeral Home--Complete service day and night 8 S. Adams. Phone 651. MEYER Funeral Home--Dependable service. 128 Third St. N. E. Phone 1505. PATTERSON Funeral Home--A service for those who care. Ambulance. 322 N. Wash. Phone 1140. RANDALL Funeral Home.Ambu- lance service. 104 3rd St N. E. Pb, 511. C, E. Snipps. H. B. Major. In Memoriom 3A In memory of our dear, beloved husband and father who passed away one year ago today. "I cannot say and will not say, He is dead; he is just away. With a cheery smile and a wave of the hand He has wandered into that promised land And left us wondering how very fait* That land must be, since he lingers there." Mrs. Orpha Overture and family MAW TO DISTRIBUTE farmous KKK products. Standard for 3 years. Premiums--free goods. No investment except car. C. E. Ailing ales Mgr., Keokuk, Iowa. WANTED--RELIABLE Man With Truck Closed in body. Part time steady employment. Must have good references. Write A-26, Globe-Gazette MAKE $200 per month selling ou low priced policies in Iowa Drawing account. E. B. Taylo Agency, 24 Pioneer Bldg., Fargo N. Dakota. Saleswork for Men 1: MAN WANTED for Rawleigl route of 800 families in Eas Floyd county and Clear Lake Write today. Rawleigh's, Depl 1AA-380-SA, Freeport, III. Wanted--Salesmen With car or closed truck, steady employment, with reliable firm Must have good recommendation Territories now open--west tc Emmelsburg, Iowa., East to the river, South to Iowa Falls, Iowa North to Rochester, Minnesota. T-26, Globe-Gazette SALESMEN OPENING FOR FIVE MEN A high grade business manage ment service throughout Iowa Good education, character, ap pearance and selling ability es sential. Salary and commission ROOM 249--PARK INN HOTEL Instruction 1 AMERICA'S Great system of Die sel and air conditioning retrig eration training wants rnechani cally inclined men lo train in ou shops. Day and night classes. Fre board, room, transportation altc qualifying through home prepar ation. Write United Engineering 5 N. I5th, Minneapolis. FINANCIAL Money to Loan Friendly Financial SERVICE You need not hesitate lo see us money is needed. We are ahvay glad to explain our plan. Consoli date your obligations into one ac count with one small paymcn monthly. United Financial Servic B 1st N. W. Ph. 141 CAR PAYMENTS REDUCED 1/2 If your car payments are too liigl in many instances we can refi nance your contract and reduc your payments as much as one half. Additional money can be ob tained if needed. We offer man plans including a special plan fo farmers. See us today. Home Loan Financ COMPANY 2nd Floor Foresters Bldg. 4Va% FARM 5TÂ« CITY MONEY For refinancing, building, buying. Monthly paymentsÂ·'optional. W. L. PATTON Money to Loan 19 Paid in Full aid money left over. Group your ills here. Have one place to pay. Kasy Repayment Plan. LOANS to $300 .ECURCTYLOANCO. 21 1st Nat. Bank. Ph. 412 L O A N S UP TO S300.00 'urniture, Autos, Livestock, Ma- hinery, Diamonds and other Persona] Property. Anywhere in North Iowa, nterest charged only on the un- aid balance for the actual time used. FREE INFORMATION C. L. Pine Loan Co. Diagonally Opp. 1st Nat'l Bank. "04 Weir Bldg., Mason City, Iowa Ready Money ew people have relatives or nends who can conveniently lend hem up to $300 on short notice nd any time. But everyone can ome to us, knowing that we are irepared to make a loan any day, nd to allow ample time for re- ayment in conveniently small, regular amounts. Â·Jumphrey Finance Co. O'/b N. Fed. Ph. 578 Farms for Sale, Exch. 3OA Â·~~-~~~*ir*f~'~-f^, +~*-.*~^~*^**-^Â±^-^-^- FOR SALE--BO acres, finest land, new, mod. bldgs., near station, $75 per A. Possession. Terms. Big list. Lewis Fecige, Albert Lea, Minn. Miscellaneous for Sole 31 Automobiles for Sale 42 FOR SALE One 7 foot Display Refrigerator, coil equipped. Also one % H. P. Air Cooled Frigidaire Compressor. Piggly Wiggly MASON CITY FOR SALE--Mixed hay, 10 tons. Ph. 1.4-T22. J A N U A R Y CLEARANCE SALE SPECIALS 932 HUDSON R SEDAN--Dark green finish, radio and heater equipped. Condition and appearance exceptionally good. 936 LAFAYETTE SEDAN--Finished in black with ivory stripe. 16,000 actual miles. New car guarantee. We have cut the prices on 40 good Used Cars. No reasonable offers refused. We can arrange terms to suil you. TOM SUMMERHAYS FOR SALE--Fur coat, cheap. Ph. 261. FOR SALF,--Clover hay, also timothy hay and model A truck; tight box, stock rack complete. Harry E. Gildea, Rt. 3, Mason City, 6 mi. south on 65, 1 mi. east. FOR SALE--2 hole corn shelter with self feeder, cob carrier and wagon elev., 1 Dodge truck overhauled and in good shape. Just '.he truck tor that moving job. -heap. 2 10-in. Burr mills, 3 John 3eere spreaders. Rudd Implt. Co., Rudd, Iowa. Get CASH to Pay Bills From Your CAR By using our convenient, confidential monthly payment AUTO LOAN PLAN Â·Jome Office: :orner South ol New City Hall Phone 670 Vlidland Investment Co. FOR RENT Rooms for Rent FOR RENT--2 large warm sleeping rooms. 13 N. Mon. FOR RENT--Nice room, close in, with meals. Young men preferred. Write X-2T, Globe-Gazette. FOR RENT--2 mod. slpg. rms. 22-! 1st S. W. Ph. 1753. FOR RENT--Rm. and kitchenette, also slpg. rm. 418 N. Wash. FOR RENT--Warm rm., close in, gentleman preferred. Ph. 1909-J FOR RENT--Rooms. 218 12 N. W Apartments for Rent 22 FOR RENT--Nice unfurn. apt. close in. Ph. 2346 evenings. Houses for Rent 23 FOR RENT--Mod. duplex, garage garden, water. 225 14 S. E. 2338 FOR RENT--6 room house. 151 6 S. W. Inq. 615 S. Adams. FOR RENT--5 rm. bungalow, has furnace, $15. Inq. 503 17 NW FOR SALE--Children's stockings, 20c value, now 8c; gloves and mittens, 8c; rubbers, 25c; ladies shoes, large assortment, latest styles, values up to S4.50, now $1.57, Large ass't. oÂ£ kiddies shoes and oxfords, 25c and up. South Side Exchange, 337 S. Fed. Swap Service 32 SWAP -- 32 volt light generatoi and .switchboard for brood sows. Write NN-27, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Jersey yearling bull fot heifer or cow. Write LL-27 Globe-Gazette. Three times or less offering "SWAP" costs nothing. The ad must have a Globe-Gazette "key" number and the advertiser will pay 10 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, regular rates will be charged. SWAP--7 rm. house and 3 tits, foi stock and machinery and some cash. Write WW-27, Globe-Gazette. Home Furnishings 3: FOR SALE -- Maytag . washe square aluminum tub, excellen condition. Will sell at big sacri fice. Telephone 20G7. FOR SALE--USED FURNITURE Stoves, Antiques and one 10 loo Counter and Display. We Repair Any Kind of Furniture. EAST SIDE FURNITURE EXCH SCHELL FURNITURE REPAIR 405 Third St. N. E. Phone 64 FOR SALE--Used Spartan radi at a bargain. Ph. 1505. FOR RENT--Large mod. duplex close in, $30. Ph. 2113J. FOR RENT -- Furnished house with garage. Call 1623 S. Fed. FOR RENT--2 mod. houses, close in and facing the lake. Inquire 123 S. 2nd St., Clear Lake. FOR RENT--5 rm. mod. bung., solarium, March 1: 5 rm. mod. apt., good, Feb. 10. W. L. Patton 109 E. State. FOR RENT House in Central Heights. Inq. first house south of store. W. P. Pope. Business Ploces for Rent 24 FOR RENT--Office rms. Desirable office I'm., running water, $10; 2 desirable adjoining rms., 514. See J. B. Youngblood. Wanted to Rent B25 WANT TO RENT--3 rm. furn. apt. Write L-28, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--To rent I or 2 light hskpg. rms. Reas. Ph. 3144. REAL ESTATE Real Estate Loans 30 MORTGAGE LOANS ON North Iowa Farms . . . 4%%-5% Mason City Real Estate 4%%-5% Large fund life insurance and Private money. Choice Mortgages For Sale. HUGH H. SHEPARD 502-508 Foresters Bldg. Ph. 284 Farms for Sale, Exch. BOA FOR Terms. A. R. Jorgcnson, Clear l,akc. 51,500 DOWN PAYMENT will buy Improved 80 Acre Farm, well located. Owner would take small Mason City home as part payment. BECK BROS. CO. PHONE 134 FOR SALE--300 acres on paving 9 mi. city. Highly improved, $80 A: Manley Brothers. FARMERS ATTENTION! You can still buy and get possession March 1st of Federal Land Bank Farms in Cerro Gordo and adjoining counties. 20% before possession? B;il. like re/it. L. P. FOR SALE--Now is the time ti buy one of those good recondi tioned used washers from Corn Gordo Maytag Co. Phone 2067 Terms. Musical Instruments FOR SALE--Player piano; canar ics. Ph. 586W, Clear Lake. Good Things to Eat 3" ONIONS, 10 Pound Bag 15 CABBAGE, 8 Pounds 25 RUTABAGAS, 8 Pounds 25 CARROTS, 8 Pounds 25 APPLES, 6 Pounds POTATOES, Med. Size, Peck 29 EARLS FRUIT MARKET 1603 South Federal Wanted to Buy 3i WANTED TO BUY--Used hou? car in good condition. Write Z 28, Globe-Gazelle. WANTED--Straw and standin cornstalks, winter pasture fo livestock. Call Pedelty, 485, Clea Lake. WANTED--Used .furniture. Eas Side Furn. Exch. Ph. G40. WANTED--To buy used cash reg isters, typewriters, adding ma chines. Ph. 1033. WANTED--Used furniture, stoves Graham's. 204 S. Fed. Ph. 30 WANTED--Used furniture, .lo Goss, 212 Soulh Fed. Ph. 942. WILL Buy going insurance bus! ness or number of smaller agen cies in M. C. Write H-27, Globe Gazette. Livestock and Equipment 4 FOR SALE--2 matched teams an some Jersey cows, '.i mi. ea Plymouth. J. A. Sutton. 20 NORTH DELAWARE PHONE 1212 Poultry and Supplies 41 OR SALE--White Leghorn pullets. SOc each. Ph. 1302. A. E:, 10 winter motor o i l , 40c gal. Home Town, 422 N. Mon. AUTOMOTIVE Automobiles for Sale 42 'OR SALE--Packard 120 club sedan, fully equipped. Radio, hot ,'ater healer, seat covers. Low lileage. Ph. 1580. Good Will Used Cars 1937 LICENSE P A I D 935 Pontiac 4-Dooi- Sedan 935 Plymouth De Luxe 4-Door Sedan; Built-in T r u n k 935 Chevrolet 4-Door Sedan 935 Ford 4-Door Sedan 935 Chevrolet Tudor Sedan 934 Pontiac 4-Door Sedan f34 Ford Tudor Sedan 932 Chevrolet Tudor Sedan 932 Plymouth 4-Door Sedan TRADE--TERMS Over 40 Used Cars to Pick From. See us before you buy. John Gallagher, Inc. PONTIAC B's and B's 5-27 Second S. E. Phone 1567 Open Evenings and Sundays 932 CHEVROLET Tudor Sedan. Hot water icater. Black paint, good tires, otor good. .$50 down and 53.50 week. FOLSOM AUTO CO. 19-25 THIRD ST. N. E. FOR SALE--1935 Master Chev coach; built-in trunk; low mileage; owner. Leonard Juhl, Cleai Lake, Iowa. LAPINER'S CLEANUP SPECIAL: 29 DeSoto Sedan, New Paint..? 99 28 Nash Tudor. Like New. . . $ 9 9 29 Roosevelt Sed. New Tires.5 99 29 Buiclc Std. Tudor. Only.. .$ 99 28 Chev. Coach, Clean One..$ 75 29 Chall. Sedan. 37 Lie. A-L.$13S 2!) Nash Smalt 6. Like New. .$13f 10 Willys 2 Dr. Extra Nice..? 99 27 Essex 4 Dr. New Tires.. . .$ 30 29 Ford 4 Dr. A Steal at S 9! 29 Essex Coach. Clean One..$ SO 32 Essex Coach. Needs Work.? 99 30 Pontiac Tudor. A B u y . . . . $ 1 4 30 Whippet 4 Sedan. Perfect.? 125 28 Dodge Std. 6 Sedan. Only.$ 35 30 Ford Pickup. Clean. Only.?12f 25 Buick 4 Dr. New Tires. .. .$ 25 28 Int. Truck With Box $ 99 27 Chev. Truck. Runs Fine..$ 4 Reo Sedan With 31 Motor.? ,ir 28 Hudson 4 Dr. Good Tires.$ 4 27 Pontiac Conch. Only $ 2 27 Pontiac Lnndau. Good. .. ..? 2 26 Dodge 4 Dr. Sedan. Only.S 2 2B Studebaker Sed. New Lie. $ 4 TERMS AS LOW AS $1 A WEEK Lapiner Motor Co. DODGE--PLYMOUTH MOTOR CARS AND TRUCKS Automobiles for Sole 42 ---Â·------i--~----~~^Â«-------~^~^~^. Master Chevrolet 1933 Town Sedan. Looks ^ and .Runs Perfect. Cerro Gorclo Nash 118 S. Del. Company Phone fi3K CHEVROLET 9H5 Master De Luxe 4 Doo 3cdan. This is not an average car 'lie price is less than you t h i n k ZENOR MOTOR CO. 118 SOUTH D E L A W A R E FAVORS BUYING, RESALE OF LAND Wearin Offers Government Plan for Getting Rid of Tenant Farming. WASHINGTON, (iP)--Represen- .ative Otha Wearin of Hastings, Iowa, a d v o c a t e d government purchase and resale as a fundamental in returning land ownership to farmers. Appearing before the house committee studying farm tenancy, Thursday, the lowan suggested nn American model ot a system used in Ireland, whose program he held studied "on the ground." Wearin snicl t h a t although his suggestion would conflict with !he Bankhend-Jones bill he was not opposed to the b i l l and would vole for it -'if nothing belter is offered." He termed government purchase and resale of farm land the "cheapest and most efficient method ot reinvesting the title in the American farmer." This procedure, he said, would avoid "tremendous administrative difficulties" which would be encountered if. the government was only an intermediary in the land transfer; permit long-time purchase contracts with the Tanner, lower interest rates and more lenient plans. Forocii lo Move 3 Times. MARBLE ROCK--Capt. and Mrs. E. B. Thomas, and the latter's son, Armour Kane, of Evansville, Ind., have sent word to relatives here that though they have been forced lo move three times because of the flood, they are in good health and have not suffered Physical injury. AUNT HET By Robert Qnillen These Cars and Trucks V1LL BE 30 DAYS OLD FEB. 1 The "Boss" Says SELL THEM! VE ARE OPEN" EVENINGS AND ALL DAY SUNDAY Ford Tudor, No. 1-30....S325 35 Ford Tudor, No. .12-72.. .5355 T5 Ford Tudor, No. 1 2 - l G . . , $ 3 7 n 14 Ford Tudor, No. 1-8 . ...S2S!5 .11 Plymouth Sed., No. 10-9.5165 31 Essex Coach, No. 9-3 ,..S14S 31 Willys Sedan, No. 12-52 .$ 85 30 Pontiac Sed. No. 6-3 5125 30 Plym. Sedan, No. 5-53A.5125 30 Studebaker Sect., No. 1-23.S 75 30 DeSoto Sedan, No. 12-7.$125 33 I. H. C. Panel. No. 12-22..'5245 33 Ford Truck, No. 12-47...$295 3! Dodge Truck, No. I I - 1 7 . . S 1 2 0 30 Chev. Truck, No. -8-16. . .5 95 R E N E W E D AND GUARANTEED STOP AND SHOP AT Pritchard Motor Co. A k k c n n a n Cafe Opened. NORTH WOOD --Forma! opening ot the Akkermnn cafe was held Saturday, M. Akkei-man, the proprietor, having recently acquired the former Quality cafe of Mrs. Erna Luth, reopening the place in the new name a f t e r the nterioi- had been redecorated and freshened. Mr. Akkerman 'ocmerly resided at B u f f a l o Cen- cr and Garner. He was voted a class B beer permit and a eiga- Â·et permit at a special meeting of [he town council held .Ian. 16. This gives Noi-lhwood seven class B beer permits and 10 cigaret per- nits now in force. "T believe this beggin' letter is honest. It'a the only one I ever got thai; didn't wind up by tellin' me how God would bless Use the G-G Want Ads One Block Sales FORD-- of --Service On Penn From State to First S. E C. G. N. Co. 1929 Tudor Ford This One is Really Nice. Cerro Gorclo Nash Company 116 S. Del. Phone 636 Auto Ports, Tires, Services 43 FOR SALE-- 29x4.40 and 30X.T/- tires, ?1.00 up. 1636 N. Perm. Lodge Notices QUEEN nKDF.KAlI LODGE NO. 100 1. O, O. F. nAI,L 1:30 P. M. Meet I si and Hvii Friday o[ each month. "nun's., ndiekah circle,2:.10 P. M.. I n s l a l l a - llrm of Officers. MBS. EARL LEAMAN. N. G. Ph. 3543 MllS. MAUDE MAXSON. Rcc. Sec. Ptv 2096 MRS. R. E. KOLW1NSKA. Fin. Sec. Ph. HARDING r.OPGE NO. Gl! A. F. ANU A. flf. 7:311 P. M. Work in second degree Frlciny nisht, Jan. 29, Bri^g a brolhrr. r. L. HUDSON. W. M. Phone 1727 C. C. HALPHIDE. Stc'y. Phone 2*9 BKNEVOf.KNCE I.OItr.F, NO. 115 A. F. AND A. M. '.30 r. M. Staled communication t'Jlst Thursday ot each month. C. It. .1OJINSOK, W. M. D. D. GILBERT. Sec'y. The DeLaval will pay for ilself. See our complete display. 122 SOUTH FEDERAL Closing Out Sale Monday, February 1st at 1:00 r. St. Hair mile east and 3 miles north of Swalcdale, known as the old Dick Herding place. HORSES 5 head. I \vlii(c mare, 13 years old; I prey (Tclding-, 12 years old; 1 lia.v marc, 12 years old; 1 grey mare, blind, 1,500 Ibs., It years old; 1 old Horse. CATTLE R srood milk cows milking now; 1 springing heifer; 2 heifers coming: 1 year old; 2 bulls; 1 small Â«nlf. MACHINERY Corn binder, 2 wagons. 1 bobsled. 1 rtrajr, 1 hay rack, harness and many miscellaneous articles; 150 chickens, 200 bushels of o.its, 6 or 7 sacks of seed corn. LUNCH WAGON ON THE GROUNDS Frank Anderson, Owner Ora Ba.ylc.ss, Aucl. Northwest Savings Bank, Clerk LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE O F T i r K A P P O I N T M E N T O F E X E C U T R I X FOR SALE -- Registered sho horn bulls, 2 miles northeast i Rock Falls. J. P. Lair. FOR SALE--10 Shropshire sheep, 9 ewes, 1 buck, $90. Lyle Carrott, Rockford, Iowa. . FOR SALE--Guernsey springer. Bloomfield. Ph. 3781. Poultry ond Supplies 41 Struyk, representative, 706 Federal. Ph. 3080. N. new 1S37 farm record calendars are now available and ynu can gel yours at the Mason City Hardware store. Mason City Hatchery. S R CHEVROLET CO., Inc True Values On one of our floors in the Used Car Dept. we have Special Offers --YOUR CHOICE $75.00 '28 Chevrolet Coach ? 2! Essex Coupe '2!) Model A Cabriolet. '28 Oakland Serlpn '23 Dodge Coupe--Called the fastest four '29 Essex: Sedan '28 Erskine Sedan '27 Essex Sedan '28 Pontiac Coach '28 Model A Coach '29 Mode! A Ford Coupe '27 Buick Sedan '26 Overland Sedan '28 Durant Coupe SEE THESE CARS BEFORE YOU PURCHASE Also several good buys in late model used cars. S 'R CHEV. CO., Inc. "North Iowa's LfirffesL Used Cur Dealer 1 ' J8 S. WASHINGTON, PHONE fi65 STATE OP IOWA. Cerro Gordo Comity. NS. No. 4H35 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that t h e undersigned has been duly appointee! and q u a l i f i e d as Executrix of the eiiate of Louis A. G n d d a r d , Deceased, late of Ccrrn Gordo C o u n t y . All persons I n - debted to sal (I estate nre requested lo m a k e I m m e d i a t e p a y m e n t : a n d those l i a v i n p claims against the same w i l l prr- .scnt Ihcrn. -July n u t h c n t i c a l c r i . In t h e n n t t e r s r c n c d for allowance, and f i l e in ihÂ« 'itfice fl the Clerk ot t h Â« Dislrict Court, NAN'A T. C5ODDAT1D. Executrix. Â·I. Frank Hayes, Attorney. T)fllÂ»d . T a n u a r v l a t h . 10^7. S. H. MacPeak. Clerk T)!*fnel Court. R v-- M a rca r rt R i Iry, D e p u t y . N'OTICK or PRORATE or wiu. STATE OF IOWA. Cerro Gordo County. FS, No. 4957 In District Conn January Term, J937, Tn All Whom 11 May Concern: YOU AHE HEREBY NOTIFIED. That an Instrument oÂ£ writing purporting lo be the last Will and Testament of Joseph J. CJarfc, Deceased, dated October 31, JQ1G, ha vine been this rlay filed 1 , opened anrl read. Tuesday the 23rd day of February, 137, is fixed tor hearing proof ot same at thfi Court House in Mason City. Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court: and at 2 o'clock P. M.. of (he rfay above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any (hey have, why said instrument should imt bÂ« probaifd and allowed an and for t h e last Will and Testament of said clccrflj-ert, Oaltrl a I Mason Cily, Iowa, January Â·JOth, 3937. S, K. M a c P E A K . Clrrk of Diilrirt Court Ry--Margaret . R i l c y , Deputy, AUCTION SALE LIVESTOCK and MACHINERY By an order of the Iowa Emcrncncy Relief Administration Ihcrc will be offered /or sale at Public Auction on C'ommenciiiK at 1 r. M., the Livestock and Farm Machinery at lite Mason City Transient Camp 1 mile north of iHason City on highway SS. 12 Holstein Cows (young heavy producers) 1 Pure Bred Bull, 2Vz years old. 1 Team Black Geldings, 6 . and 7 yoarÂ« old, Jound, weight 3,000 Ibs. 1 Team Block Geldings, 11 y q a r s - o l d , weighr 3,000 Ibs. 1 Team Black Marej, 10 and 12 yearÂ» old, weight 3,000 Ibs. 1 Grey Gelding, 10 years old, weight 1,600 Ibt. 1 Duroc Jersey Boar, 1 year aid. 80 Pigs, average weight, about 50 Ibs. tG* HÂ» JS II 1 McCormick-Deering 10' Tandem Disc. 1 McCormfck-Deering 14" Tractor Plow, 3 bottom. 2 Walking Plows. 1 Marsey-Harris 14" gang plow. 1 4-seetion Steel Harrow. 1 3-section Sreel Harrow. I McCormick-Deering 20 Wheal Horse Disc. 1 10 Wheel Horse 'Diic. 3 Moline Single Row Cultivators. 4 One-Horse Cultivators. 1 Hayes Corn Planter. 1 Moline 6' Mower. 1 McCormick-Deering 12' Dump Rake. 1 Hoy Rack 2 Iron Wheel Wagons. 2 Wood Whee" Wagons. 1 3 Top Wagon Box 1 2 Top Wagon Box. 1 Hardie Power Sprayer. 1 Oliver Manure Spreader. 4 Sets Double Breeching Harness. 13 Leather Horse Collars. 4 Sets Horse Fly Nets. 1 15-30 McCormick-Deering Tractor. MISCELLANEOUS HAND TOOLS Terms, Cash (Check Accepted) The administration reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids. loii-a Emergency Relief Administration representative* will officiate on day of sale. By order of J. C. PRYQR, Administrator Jack M. Robertson, Auctioneer.