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MARCH 15 I 1934 AIASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE TWENTY-THREE Sell Your Baby Chicks Now Through Globe-Gazette Want Ads--Phone 3800 Classified Advertising Information Fifteen ccnla a Una first Insertion. Ten cents !ln« lor «ct comecutlTt TOD- leqtient Insertion. (Count five averss« words to the Une.) Seven Insertions are given tor the Mice CLASSIFIED DI8FLAT ADVEH.T1B1NO n cento per column inch e»cti insertion. » discount of. 15 p« cent will be allowed on all classified advertisement paid tor at the time of Insertion or not later than 6 days thereafter. . . All out-of-towni ads an» payami in ma- All reran, on Want Ada must bt _...- tor within SO daya ot tfis CMollatloa date ° f Answer "to "tllod" advertisements must M addressed to the letter stated In U» »d, care ol the Globe-Gazette. Undeir no dr- cumsuneej will the Globe-Gazette reveal UM name ol thou Intertinj "blind" advertlM- out* lor n4«ittMm««. INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications are numbered according to the position ta which they appear la the section. Agents 36 Apts. for Rent .. 45 Amu««nenU ... 1 Auto Accessaries 82 Autos for Bale .. 79 Auto Storage ...A79 Auto Trucks ... 80 Auto Repairing . 81 Beauty Parlors . Board, Room ... Bldg. Material! . Business L o c a- tlon Business Opportunities G a f e E. Restaurants 1' Card of Thanks 2 Chiropodists 13 Chiropractors ... 24 Cleanerp, Dyers . IS Cottages A4fl Death Notices .. 1 Dogs, Birds, Pets B3 Educational Opportunities ... 40 Electrics.! Service ,61 Employment Ser- vlcn A30 Farms for Sale . 50 Farms for Rent .A50 Farm J4achlnery 51 .Florists 4 Foods A35 Funeral Directors 3 Furs 1» Gapsffe for Kent 69 ~G£rage for Sal* 66 Gardeni 41 GlfU M Help w i n t e d , Witt Inv. SO Help w a n t e d , Female 31 Help W a n t e d , Male S Help W a n t e d , Male, Female. .A36 Bide. Wool. Furs 78 Household Goods 73 Houses for Sale 47 Houses for Rent 46 Instruction Insurance .... Investment ... In Memorlam Job Printing . Laundries ijauijuiicB ..... -Livestock for Sale 5: Location wanted Lost and Found Lots for Sale ... Machinery Milk Misc. for Sale .. Misc. (or Rent .. Money to Loan Mortgages Monuments Moving, Storage Musical instr. .. Nursery Stock .. Otflces for Rent 6 Office EqulpL .. 6 Osteopaths 1 Painting. Decor. 2 Personals Photographers .. 2 Plumbing, Hts. . 2 Poultry. EBS' ·· ' Radio supplies .. 2 Real Es'-ate Wtd. 8 Rooms for Rent 4 S3.1« or Trad« . A3 gale or Rent ...A4 Salesladies " Salesmen Seeds. Feeds ... gerv. Offend ...A! situation Wtd. .. 3 Stamps, Coins Stationery '7 Stocks Summer Cottage* 8 Swap service .,. Travel Bureau . .A Trade or Bxch. . 4 Upholstering .... I Wtd. to Borrow 7 Wtd. to Buy ... . Wtd., MISC A7 Wtd. to Rent .. 1 Wearing Apparel 7 Death Notice* NUTTALL, John, 78, died at thi home of his daughter, Mrs. L. J Bailey, S36 Bast State street, Wed nesday morning, following a linger ing illness. Funeral services will br held at the Randall funeral horn' Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock The Rev. O. Mall, pastor o£ the St James Lutheran church, will be i) charge of the services. Burial wil be in Elmwood cemetery. The Ran dall funeral home in charge. O'CONNOR, Rennis, 76, died at his home, 622 North Federal avenue about 9:30 o'clock Tuesday evening of heart disease. Funeral services will be held at the Holy Family church at 9:30 o'clock Friday morn ing. The Rev. E. P. Murphy, pasto of the church, will be in charge o the services. Burial will be in Sacred Heart cemetery, Rockwerl. The Randall funeral"home in charge. Funeral Directors MEYER FUNERAL HOME--De pendable service. 243 Fifth stree S. E. Ph. 1505. PATTERSON FUNERAL HOME-A service for those who care Ambulance. 322 N. Wash. Ph. 1140 RANDALL Funeral Home--Ambu lance service. 104 3rd St N. E · Ph. 511. C. E. Snipps. H. B. Major Florists DM the hour of ]oy as well as in sor row, flowers best express you sentiments. Strictly fresh home grown stock. Kembles. Ph. 55. Monuments MARK every grave with a nionu ment from Mason City Cut Ston and Mon't Co., 504.N. Monroe 783 Personals SPENCER Maternity corsets pro vide uplift rather than compres gion. Individually designed. Ph. 3856 Lost and Found LOST--Large Mack leather pocket book. Reward for pocketbook am contents. Ph. 1728. LOST--Purse between M. B. A. Park Inn., Wed. night. Return t Globe-Gazette. Reward. Money to Loan CHARACTER LOANS -- ?50 o more. 510 is cost of $100 loan. year to pay. 307% N. Federal. Money to Loan 8 NEW LOANING PLAN $50 FOR $5.25 FOR 5 MOS. taoni uid confidential terrtoe. Aik »fl2' ne nl onr 1,000 »»Uiflel cuntomtre, El- verieneei) tou counsellor 1° clune. SECURITY LOAN COMPANY 21 1st Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Ph. 412 FURNITURE LOANS AUTO LOANS COMBINATION LOANS Cars Refinanced and Payments Reduced HOME LOAN FINANCE CO. Second Foor, L O. F. Bldg. CASH FOR SPRING NEEDS PINE'S will loan you up to $800.00 on furniture, autos, diamonds, personal property. lxans made anywhere In North Iowa. See, phone or write for free Information. !. L. Pine Loan Company Weir Bldg., Mason City. Phone 224 Business Location 37 BUILDING WITH TRACKAGE Location of Mason City Co-Operative Dairy must be sold at once. Building 50 by 100 by 20, substantial brick and concrete, complete cooling room 15 by 37, large boiler, ·steam heat, water and sewer. Lot 11$ by 222 with trackage on three rallroadd. H. A. DWELLE, F. G. FRYE Receivers. Swap Service 38 Three times or less 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 are 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. SWAP--Fordson tractor for hogs, cattle, colts. Write NN-14, Globe- Gazette. DO YOU NEED M O N E Y ? SEE C.E. BROOKS CO. 12 2nd ST. N. E. LOANS NOW Available If you need money NOW for any purpose, come in and let us explain our helpful loan plan. Prompt Friendly Service LOANS DP TO S300 Small Monthly Payments Write or Telephone United Financial Service F. M. HUMPHREY, Mgr. S First St. N. W. First Door West of Adams Drug Phone 1414 Mortgages FOR SALE A few 6% mortgages. A. R. PETERSON Clear Lake, Iowa SWAP--Man's $45 wrist watch for B flat Boehm clarinet Write HH- 15, Globe-Gazette. · SWAP 1929 model A Ford tudor for small restaurant or hamburger shop. Write ZZ-15, Globe-Gazette. Farms for Sale 50 FOR SALE--80 acres finest land. Good buildings; possession now; $55 per acre; terms. Big list. L. Fedge, Albert Lea, Minn. Livestock for Sale 52 FOR SALE--2 thoroughbred Per- cheron stallions, 3 years old, or will trade for young horses. Roy Halfpop, Goodell, Iowa. HAVING NO FARM, will sell 2 young teams of farm mares in foal to Belgian horse; service fees paid; Also one odd horse. Call at residence. 742 12th N. E. Misc. for Sale 55 FOR SALE--Used Charters incubators, 540, 405, 270-egg sizes, priced reas. Turning trays. Albrecht Hatchery, Greene, Iowa. FOR SALE--Good harness. Ph. 1289. FOR SALE--Bldg., 16'xl6', one story, that must be moved. A good buy. Make us an offer. M. M. Moen Co.. 818 S. Fres. Ph. 837. SWAP--22 Savage Match rifle for matched woods ana golf bag. WW -14, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Hard coal brooder stove for young calves. Write LL-14, Globe- Gazette. S W A P -- Internationa 1 ' manure spreader for horse or brood sows. Write WW-13. Globe-Gazette. Rooms lor Rent 44 FOR RENT--Completely remodeled single room, furnished or unfurnished. KIRK Apartments. FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. Ph. 1321. FOR RENT--Light room over I. G. A. housekeeping FOR RENT -- Unfurnished N. Fed. FOR RENT--Fum. rms. Ph. 2158W. FOR RENT--2 Ithskpg. rms. Furn. Ph. 2663J. . Apts. tor Rent 45 Beauty Parlors 16 Guaranteed quality P e r m a n e n t Waves, any style, §1.95 to $8. Shampoo and finger wave, 50c. Williamson's, 9 9th N. E. Ph. 3742. PERMANENT waves $1.60 to $3. Shampoo and finger wave 50c. Ph. 3011, call for Le Moderne Annex. 212'/ 2 N. Fed. Ave. Painting, Decorating 24 PAPERING, pntg., Stewart, 2436W. Business Opportunities 29 FOR SALE--Cheap. Soda fountain, 12 ft. long, equipped with frigld- aire. Almost new. High Life Pool Hall. 107' S. Fed. FOR SALE--Grocery store in county seat town, 500 pop. Reasonable for cash. Closmg estate. Write K-15, Globe-Gazette. FOR RENT--Fully equipped beauty parlor In Mason City. Write R-13, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--Restaurant and ham- burgher shop doing good business. Write R-9. Globe-Gazette. FOR RENT--Very desirable 4 rm. apt. River Hgts. Ph. 24 or 973. FOR RENT--3 rm. mod. apt., pri. bath, garage. Ph 2163W. FOR KENT--Apartment K. C. Bldg Fireproof, finest building. Phone 83 or 1919. See J. A. Sullivan. FOR RENT--Furn. apt. Daly, 1729 WANTED--Young lady to share apt. with business girl. Close in Price reasonable. Ph. 2272 before 6 p. m. FOR RENT--Cozy 2 rm. apt., suitable for 1 or 2. Pri. ent. Every thing turn., also garage. Ph. 2389. FOR RENT--3 rm. turn. apt. 1626 S. Perm. Ph. 2357. FOR RENT--Apts., furn. or unfurn. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. FOR RENT--Mod. furn, 3 rm. and bath apt. Ph. 209. FOR RENT--Unfurn. apt. 14 5 NE Houses tor Rent 46 FOR RENT--Furn. house. Ph. 2066 FOR RENT--Six room house, 1580 North Madison. Immediate possession. $20, Lepper Jewelry Co. Help Wan ted, female 31 W A N T E D--Experienced middle I aged lady cook. Call in person after 6 o'clock. Coffee Shop, Clear Lake. Help Wanted, Male 32 WANTED--Night chef. Must he good. Call at Clear Lake Country club. WANTED--Man on farm. None but good man need apply. John Hickey, Rt. .2, Rockwell. WANTED--Man with light car who has had selling experience among farmers to sell Globe-Gazette subscriptions and farm sale advertising in Floyd county. Must live in Floyd county. Others need not apply. See or write Mr. Hillstrom at Globe- Gazette office, Mason City, Iowa. Situation Wanted 33 WANTED--Work for experienced young single man. Joe Sura, % R. N. Schmitz, Rt. 4, Mason City. Services Offered A33 WASHING, ironing and housecleaning wanted. 2230 S. Georgia. ROOFS repaired Phone 3830. WINDMILL AND PUMP REPAIRING Farts of All Kinds. CHAS. W. COX Expert Windmill and Pump Man PHONE S185LW Vi Mile S. of Jefferson School Salesmen 35 WANTED--District manager for large direct sales company. Remuneration up to $300 a month. Six counties. Headquarters Mason City. Call ic person Thursday, l to 5., Friday 10 to 4. A9k for Mr. Dulin, Hotel Hanford. FOR BENT--Mod. house with or without acreage, South Second St., Clear Lake, near Outing club C. E. Geist, 320 S. 2nd. Ph. 341 C. L. FOR RENT--3 rm. house, furn. or unfurn. Partly mod. North part of town. Ph. 301. RENT YOUR HOME from Briar List your property with Briar Buy a home from Briar. Ph. 3414 Houses for Sale 41 FOR SALE--House. Call 1027J. FOR SALE--4 rm. hae. Ph. 2667. Sale or Rent A47 FOR SALE OR RENT--40 A. unimproved near Clear Lake, also 40 A. improved for sale. Priced ?35,000 Fred Chisel, Forest City. FOB SALE or RENT--3 acres, full set buildings, privilege of renting 20 acres, Sl,250. $200 will handle Ph. 171, Clear Lake. Lots for Sale 4i FOR SALE--Lots In all sections of the city. Buy yours now so you get the best. M. M. Moen Co., 818 S. Pres. Ph. 837. Farms tor Sale 5( sacrifice-- 40 A farm joining Clear Lake. Oil sta tion complete. Can give possession at once. Ph. 171, Clear Lake. FOR SALE--Improved 5 acre tract on paving close to Mason City Beck Bros. Co. Ph. 134. FOR SALE Small acreage. Clear Lake. Close In Modern house. 2 acres. Set to smal fruit and vegetables will bring good Income. $500 will handle: Balance Uke rent. H. N. HALVORSON Phone 12 or 162 Clear Lak FOR SALE IS oil heaters, slightly used, lor garages, filling stations, milk- houses, ?2 each, while they last. Regular price $15. MASON CITY HATCHERY FOR SALE--Slightly used G. E. car radio. Ph. 2498. GOOD CLEAN COAL Fair Prices Just Try One Ton ALLISON COAL Phone 431 Trade In your old worn-out ROLLER SKATES on a new pair. LINDQUIST'S 620 S. Federal Phone 831 FOR SALE--100 egg incubator; % h. p. elec. Motor and good violin 639 S. Jackson. FOR SALE--Good used and new radios. Rcas, terms. North Iowa Radio Exchange. 18-20 Second S.W Phone 1070. Autos ior Sale 79 BARGAINS IN USED CARS 1932. .Ford Phaeton V8. Clean one ?350 1931 Dodge Special Sedan. Clean 5295 1931 Willys Six Special Sedan. Very good ?26a 1930 Chevrolet Coach, New tires. Very clean . $ 2 6 5 1930 Chevrolet Coupe. Good S 225 1929 Ford A Sedan with trunk ?210 1929 Ford A Sedan. Clean ? 195 TOM SUMMERHAYS CO. CHRYSLER AND PLYMOUTH SALES AND SERVICE Phone 1212 116 South Delaware Avc. LAPINER'S RELIABLE .-USED CARS New cars are going to be higher after April first. Used cars will automatically advance in price. Also sales tax effective April first will further boost price. Now is the time to buy -- our stock is well balanced and prices attractive. '32 PACEMAKER DE LUXE SEDAN. SIDE MOUNT. TRUNK. AUTOMATIC CLUTCH. FREE WHEELING. RIDE Wanted to Rent 76 WANTED--To rent garden plot any place south of Milwaukee tracks. Write Z-15, Globe-Gazette. Autos for Sale 79 FOR SALE--1932 Essex special sedan, very low mileage. An exceptional bargain. S. E. Chev. Co. X X 1920 De Soto Cp. Clean. 1932 Ply. P. B. Sed. like new. 1928 Pont. Sed. Good. 1929 Ply. Sed. A dandy. 1932 Dodge Sed. Ex. clean. We tirade. Open evenings. MARSTON'S i/ 2 Blk. E. Hanford. Tel. 162 CONTROL. NEW TIRES. GUARANTEED PACKARD 726 DE LUXE SEDAN. FIVE PASSENGER. CANNOT BE TOLD FROM NEW. HERE'S TRANSPORTATION DE LUXE AT THE PRICE OF AN ORDINARY CAR. 1934 LICENSE Highest Value! USED CARS Lowest Prices! 981 Ford Cp. (perfect car) $250 9SO Dodge Sedan $275 930 De Soto Coach (clean) $250 933 V-8 De Luxe S e d a n (save) SSCf 1931 Dodge Coupe (elegant buy) $450 1930 Oakland Coach (Bee this one) ?275 MARMON 8, FIVE-PASSENGER SEDAN. EQUIPPED WITH SIX WIRE WHEELS, TWO SIDE MOUNTS. ALL NEW TIRES. FINISH LIKE NEW. MOTOR EXCELLENT. 1934 LICENSE $285 '31 PONTIAC COACH. CLEANEST USED PONTIAC YOU EVER LAID EYES ON. GUARANTEED THROUGHOUT THE SAME AS ANY NEW CAR. DON'T MISS IT '32 CHEVROLET LONG WHEELBASE DUAL TRUCK. FINE SET OF TIRES. MOTOR RECONDITIONED AND NEWLY REPAINTED. HERE'S A SNAP FOR SOMEONE. 1934 LICENSE ,.... $375 '31 FORD DE LUXE PHAETON. TWO SIDE MOUNTS. LEATHER UPHOLSTERED. WHEN COMPLETED WILL LOOK AND RUN LIKE NEW. SEE · THIS ONE TODAY. 1934 LICENSE '29 BUICK MASTER FORDOR SEDAN. TWO FENDER WELLS. MOTOR RUNS 0. K $145 HEAVY MATS ! '29 FORD COUPE, USED ONLY 25,000 MILES ' AND LOOKS AND RUNS LIKE NEW SIZE 2cEACH The Dry Mats are excellent (or lining garages, chicken houses, coal bina, cellars, cabin walls, weatherboarding, sound proofing or Insulation. Not suited for outside surfacing or drawing use. We have over 500 which may be bought for only 2 cents each. Call Business Office Globe-Gazette. Foods A55 FOR SALE Potatoes, bag S1.45; peck 25c Onions, 50 Ib. bag 50c Cabbage, 10 Ibs 25c Carrots, bu. 75c; 10 Ibs 25c Popcorn, sure pop, 6 Ibs 25c Apples, box $1.55; 6 Ibs 25c Our Prices Are Reasonable PHONE 1138 Earls Fruit Market 160S S. Fed. Also Nora Springs Offices for Rent 63 FOR RENT--Very desirable office rooms. ?9 and ?10. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. Wearing Apparel 70 FOR SALE--Ladies' expensive fur trimmed coav, size Is, reas. Can be seen at Marshall Swift Cleaners. APPOINTMENTS made to display the early spring lines of ladies' and misses' sagless knit suits and dresses and other articles. Ph. 3994. Household Goods 73 FOR SALE--Elec. refrigerator, 535. Ph. 1052. $165 '29 CHEVROLET COUPE WITH NEW SET OF TIRES. OPALESCENT FINISH A-l ._. ....$225 '29 CHEVROLET COACH. GOOD SET OF TIRES. GOOD MOTOR. NEW FINISH. 1934 LICENSE..... $195 '30 CHEVROLET COACH. EXTRA GOOD MOTOR AND GOOD SET OF TIRES. ONLY $235 '30 CHALLENGER SEDAN. LOOKS AND RUNS JUST FINE. HERE'S A REAL VALUE $195 '28 WHIPPET 6 COUPE WITH NEW TIRES. RUNS LIKE A TOP. A NICE COUPE F O R . . . $145 '29 CHALLENGER TOWN SEDAN. BEAUTIFUL APPEARANCE. GOOD MOTOR. SPECIAL ._. $195 '31 SUPER 6 COACH. SIDE MOUNT. TRUNK RACK. PERFECT MOTOR. SPECIAL AT $295 '31 HUDSON 8 DE LUXE SEDAN. 6 WIRE WHEELS AND DOUBLE FENDER WELLS. ONLY $395 '27 HUDSON BROUGHAM IN EXCELLENT SHAPE WITH GOOD TIRES. '34 LICENSE. $75 '27 WHIPPET 4 COACH THAT LOOKS AND RUNS LIKE A NEW CAR. FINE SHAPE $75 REO 11/2-TON TRUCK WITH GOOD BODY. FINE SET OF TIRES. CLASS A LICENSE $145 '28 CHEVROLET COUPE THAT LOOKS AND RUNS (Dl ,CC LIKE A NEW ONE. WONDERFUL TIRES «P A U J '29 FORD 1/2-TON PANEL. WITH FINE SET OF TIRES. AND CLEAN ALL AROUND $165 '27 PONTIAC LANDAU SEDAN. EXTRA CLEAN AND IN WONDERFUL SHAPE. ONLY $135 '28 WHIPPET 4 COACH WITH A NEW SET OF TIRES AND EXTRA CLEAN. SEE IT $145 SPECIAL Ve will replace'any windshield glass hat is cloudy or discolored In Ford cars from 1928-34 Installed $3.75 WAGNER MOTOR CO. FORD SALES 111 1st «. E. Opp. Old P. O Auto Trucks 80 FOR SALE--1932 International model A-3, short wheelbase, single tires. International Motor Trucks. Ph. 20. LEGAL NOTICE ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Omm of Jnwn. In »mt fo Cerro Cordo County. April Term, J934. , I. Clark, Executor or the Estate Thomas D. Cookman, Deceased, Plaintiff vs. Louise Ruddy and William D. Ruddy, He Husband, Defendant. To I-nuhe Ruddy nnd AY I lit am 1). Rmtd Her Husband: You are hereby notified that thtre la now ·n file in the office of the Clerk of the Die trlct Court of the above named County an State, a petition of Plaintiff clalminp personal judgment against Lotilsn Rudd n,nd William D. Ruddy, her husband, 1 52,800.00 with Interest thereon at S% p' annum from December 29, 1033, B« Just due plaintiff on one certain promlsnory no dated December 20, 1924, and executed an delivered to Thomas D. Cookman; and fu ther asking judgment against Louise Rude and William . Ruddy, her Husband, t costs, Including attorney's /CCB as provid in said note. And claiming against all you the foreclosure of a certain real esta mortgage of even date with said note, an securing the same on the following de crlbcd real estate to-wit: Ix)t Number Three (3) In K#plat of jLots Three 3) and Four (4) in Subdivision of the Northwest Quarter N\V- '4) of Section Three (3) In TottnuhJp Ninety-Mx (90) Jtnnfce Twenty (20) In 'Ccrro CHinlo County, lown. And that a Receiver be appointed, to cO lect the rents and profits. (For further particulars sec petition no on file.) Now, unless you appear thereto and d iend on or before noon of the second da of the April 1934 term of said Court to b held at Mason City. Iowa, In said County commencing on April 8th, 1934, default be entered against you and Judgment ren dered thereon In accordance with the p r a y ' of said petition. J. C, ROBINSON, Attorney Ior Plaintiff. '28 ESSEX SIX COACH WITH KARIKEEN TRUNK AND RUNS FINE. SEE THIS ONE. $135 '27 CADILLAC 5-PASSENGER COUPE. LOTS OF POWER. GOOD RUNNING ORDER. $95 '28 PACKARD 5-PASSENGER SEDAN, LIGHT 6. VERY CLEAN. GOOD TIRES. SPECIAL $285 FOR SALE--Oil range stove and ice | box. Ph. 1126. | Poultry, Eggs 74 FOR SALE--Chick Raisers, gallon size, glazed stoneware waterers, 29c. Mason City Hardware Co. WILL TRADE Chick* and custom hutching for pony, corn, oats and wood. MASON CITY HATCHERY OUR CHICKS are Lively, Healthy and Vigorous They come from flocks well culled. Heavy breeds S'.OO per 100 Light breeds S6.50 per 100 Custom hatching S'/ 2 c per egg Place your orders early. Certificate of Compliance No. 4221. Clear Lake Hatchery H. W. Hayes * Son Phone 185 Clear Lake, Iow» Many others too numerous to mention. Lots of real cheap cars. Come in and look over our stock. Open Every Night Till Nine and Sunday AH Day LAPINER Poultry, Eggs 74 ORDER your White Leghorn Chicks now. Extra special matings, 300 to 341 egg records. Guaranteed brooder stoves. Chicks fed on Stromberg All Mash Chick Starter produces quicker growth, earlier maturity and more even feather development. Sold on a money back guarantee. Stromberg Hatchery, 404 S. Federal, Mason City, Iowa. BABY CHICKS and started chicks. Hatches Mon. and Thurs. All Iowa accredited chicks. Grady Hatchery, Rockford, Iowa. Phone No. 133. Certificate of Compliance No. 2126. Wanted to Buv 75 WANTED -- Brooder house. Write N-15, Globe-Gazette. Wanted to Buy 75 \VE Pay highest prices lor furniture, stoves, men's shoes, clothes or any useful article you have. B. O. Exchange. Ph. 1216. UP To $20 each paid for Indian Head cents; half cents 5125; large copper cents ?500, etc. Send dime for list. Romano, Springfield, Mass. WANTED--Used fura,, stoves and rugs. Graham 2nd hand store, next to Strand theater. Ph. SOI. WANTED--Good typewriter, reasonable. Portable preferred, 1551J. HIGHEST cash prices paid for old gold watch cases, dental scrap. Blanchard'a Jewelry. ORIGINAL KOTICF, In the District Court ol the State of £01 In and for Ccrro Gordo County. Sam Kennedy, Plaintiff, · VE. Samuel Bliss, et a!. Defendants. To Samuel ltUs», Board of Supervisor* o Cerni O»rd» County, lows, for and f behalf of Drainage District No. ft* Cen Gordo County. Iowa, Board of Truste fur Drainage District No. 81 Cerro Gord Co tin ty. Iowa, Serena Sw»n*on Hurs Julia Copley* H. Copley, Martha Coyle Sena Swanfcon, Bcrnice Mclcndy, Ray Melendy nnd any and Jill unknown claim antfi In nnd to the Weit half of t* West half of the Southwest quarter Section Twenty-nine (29) In, Townsli Nlnety-islx (96) North, Runs* Twenty-oil (21) \Ve«t of the 8th I*. M. In Cer Gordo County, Iowa, Defendants: You and each of you are hereby nottfle that there is now on file In the office the Clerk of the District Court of the ato' named county and state, the petition plaintiff claiming that the plaintiff, Sa Kennedy, is the owner In fee simple of tl following described real estate, to-wit: We half of the West half of the Southwe quarter of Section Twenty-nino (29) Township Ninety-six (06) North, Ran Twenty-one (21) West of the 5th P. V Cerro Gordo County, Iowa; that the ta deeds recorded in the office of the Coun Recorder of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, Book 75 on pages 324 and 325 respectlvel and all proceedings leading up to the iss ance of. said tax deeds were in full com pllance with the laws of Iowa, and th said tax deeds conveyed the title to t grantee therein named in fee simple; als claiming thai the lien for usseasmect benefits in Drainage District No. 87 Cer Gordo County, Iowa, merged In the f simple title of this plaintiff and that t said Men for said drainage asses. 1 ! men IB, reason of said merger of title, are release discharged and satisfied In full, and prayi that plaintiff's title to the above descrjb real estate be quieted in him as against I adverse claims of the defendants and ca of them, both known and unknown, and j persons claiming by. through or under »a defendants or any of them, both known a unknown, be forever barred and cstopp from having any right, title, lien or Inttre in and to said lands, and for such nth and further relief as may be equitable the premises, and for coats. For further particulars see petition r on flic. Now unkBB you appear theieto and defe on or before noon of the second day of tne April 1934 term of salt! Court to be heM at Mason City, Iowa, in said county commencing on April 9, 1934. default will be entered against you and Judgment and decree rendered thereon In accordance with the praver of said petition, Dated this 6tb day of March. IP34. W, A. WESTFALL. Attorney for Plaintiff. Ellen Brutt Wheeler MtcGregor, R. L. Uacarogor, Jeaale K. Btanbery, doing busl- « under the name of H. J. Klerara* Lumber Company, W. J. MoGowon and O. R- Sheridan, partners dolnp business under the name of McGowan Sheridan, George W. Brett. Hugh H. Shepftrd, D. W. Bates, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa nnd Receiver for Cerro Gordo County State Bank, Clear Laktt, Iowa, and J. R. Ferguson, Defendants. i the defendant! William Exm Wheeler, Loin J. Wheeler, I.ydlft Wheelrr Ilotlne- d, Elmer I. Hodneflrld. Ellen Brett Wntfter MrtcOrf-cor. R. L. MacOmor: You and each of you are hereby notified at there will be on file. In the office of 5 Clerk of the Dlntrlct Court of Iowa and for Corro Gordo County, on or beiTor* e 30th day of March, 1934, the petition the plaintiff above named, demanding rsonal Judgment apalnnt the defendant* hebe L. RoRero and Grace H. Rogers, in e sum of 530.989.76. with Interest thereon 8% per annum from February 20th, 1934, gcther with the cocts of the action, in- udlnc a reasonable attorney's. fe« for alnt!ff'B attorncyn, as provided by lnw. Justly due the plaintiff upon a ceru-iln romlMory note In writlnp. dated November , 1910, for $13,000.00. bearlnpc tnterrnt »t i per annum payable annually, and upon mortgage given n» security for the pay- eat of said sums, of even date with said )te, and covering the following described al eetnto, ultuated in Cerro Cordo County, wa. to-wlt: The ttoutheaM quartet' of northf»»t ' quarter nnd north tun t quarter of sooth- fast qnnrter Section ten, and southwft quarter of northwest qnmrtcr and north half of nouthwMt quarter ktttlnn eleven, all in tnwnahlp rtlnnty-nlx. North ranxe twenty-two, went of the Bth r. M., hlch note and mortgage originally wer* ven to the Modern Brotherhood of Amtr- a, and were by rtld Modern Brotherhood f America endorsed, »old. assigned, trane- rred and delivered to the plaintiff herein, nd said sura Includes advancement* mad* 7 thf plaintiff, or Its assignor, pursuant to terms of said mortgage, for taxev galnut said real estate, and for fence aterlaln, all of -which advancements werf .ade pursuant to the ternm of saia mort- age, and are a part of the debt eecurert i ereby. You and each of you arc further notified lat nald petition will demand judgment and ecree of foreclosure, decreeing that th» en of plaintiff's said mortgage, as security or the payment of all sums due the plaln- ff, In a first, prior and paramount lien pon said lands, to the right, title, lien or lalm of the defendants above named or ny of them, in and to said real estate. You and each of you are further notified ;at said petition will pray that plaintiff's sBcsnIon of nald real estate be confirmed nd entahllHhcd as a mortgagee In posses- Ion, and that plaintiffi right to receive nd collect rents, issues and profits from aid real eittnte bo confirmed and eotab- ;shed, pursuant to the terms of R*id mort- ;age, until the debt secured thereby Is fully ,iald, and that the right, title. Hen, claim or nterest of the defendants above named or ny of them In and to said real estate b« orcvcr barred and foreclosed, except for uch rights of redemption as are especially irovlded by law; that a writ of npecial exe- ititlon issue for the sale of aald premise*. ir so much thereof AH may be necessary o make the whole »um due the plaintiff, ogether with Interest, coatu and accruing costs, and that 11 no redemption he made rora such sale, within the time and in the manner provided by law, that a sheriff* deed issue to the purchaser at such italo, and writ of possession issue, putting such purchaser In possession of said real estate. You and each of you are further notified that personal judgment will be anked cjnly apalnst the defendants Phebe L. Roger? and Grace H. Rogers. For further particulars, ate «aid petition ·hen filed, AND NOW unless you appear thereto anft defend, on or before noon of the fcecond day of the next term of Bald court, being the April 1934 term thereof, which .will convene and be held at the Court House m Mason City, Iowa, on the Oth day of April 1834, default will be entered against you and each of you, and Judgment and^decmv. entered IhMfebn, *a prayed." * *"·" SPARROW, PATTERSON, CHASTAIN GRAVES and R. F. CLOUGH, Attorneys for Plaintiff; NOTICE In the District Court of the State of low* In nnd tor Cerro Gordo County, April Term. 1034. Mary wise. Plaintiff, Vfi. John E. Nell, *t al, Defendants. To John K. Nell, May Nell. City of MaMm City, Iowa, Alfnralta Ma* ToUon Coi*rent, Bcmlce Tolson Shtpberd, Ralpfei Shepherd, Berth* ToUon, Maud M. Moore, Frank R. Moore, nnd George WhU«, DC- fendnnlx; You and each of you are hereby notified that there IB now on file In the office ot the Clerk of the Dlntrltt Court of Cerro Gordo County. l?wa. the petition of alary Wise, plaintiff aforesaid, claiming that ahe the owner In fee dimple of Lot Three (3) in Auditor's replat of L,ot Four (4.) In the subdivision of the South Half of Section Three (3) In Township NInety-abc (96) North, Range Twenty (20) West of thf- 5th P. M., Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, at shown by plat recorded In the office of th* County Recorder of Cerro Gordo County. Iowa, in Book 3 page 295; that the plaintiff and her grantors have been in the uninterrupted, actual, open, notorious, exclusive and adverse occupancy and pofisesaiou of said land under color of title and claim of ownership of same for more than ten vears from the time of taking such possession, and prays that the title to the land hereinbefore described be established and confirmed In plalntlrf against the adverse claims of the defendants anil all persons claiming by, through or under them or either of them, and that It be ordered and adjudged that the said defendants and each of them be forever barred and foreclosed from having' or claiming any interest U said land or any portion, part or parcel thereof adverae to the estate and title of plaintiff, and for such other and further relief as may be equitable in the premises and for costs. For further particulars ace petition now on file. Now unless you appear thereto and defend on or before noon of the second day of the April 1934 term of said court to be held at Mason City, Iowa, In said county, commencing on April 9, 1031. default -wilt, be entered, against you and Judgment rendered thereon In accordance with tha prayer of said petition. W. A. WESTFALL, Attorney for Plaintiff. :OTICK Of THE APPOINTMENT OK ADMINISTRATOR STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Oordo County, as. No. 4-191. NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN, that In* undersigned ha.s been duly appointed anri qualified as Administrator of the estate of Mr?. Tena Barkrma, deceased, late of Cemi Gordo County, AH persons indebted to said estate are requested to raake Immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated lo the undersigned for allowance, and file in the office of the Cleric of the Dli- trict Court OWKN F. CONWELU Goodell, Iowa. £atel .March 14th. J»3(. S. H. MacPeak, Clerk District Cour' By--Margaret Rtley, Deputy, .NOTICE OF .PROBATE O*" WIU, T. («. ORIGINAL NOTICE In ttie IWstrlrt four! of Iowa In Crrro Gordo Conn*;. The Independent Order of Foresters, ttff. vs. Phebe L. Rogers, Grace H. Kogcre, McDennoit. Trustee. T. G. McPermoi-t, F» A. Shovtr and hi.i ·*!!·; Mr;. R. A. Shover (whoso first name in unknown'". Pearl ATTianrln wimtlcr. William Ezra \Vhfder, tola J. Wheeler. Don* May WhteJcr Stroynn. Samuel Stray a ri. Lydia Wiieeler Hodnetleld, Elmer I, Uodneftcld, In District Court, January Term, 1031- STATE OF IOWA, [ Cetro Gordo Count}-, as. No, 4490. To All Whom It May Concern: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED. That An Instrument of writing purporting to be th4 * last Will and Testament of Clara Halveraon, deceased, dated July lath, 1929, having been this dav filed, opened and rear. Monday the 9th day of April. 1934, IE fixed for hearing proof ot same at tht Court Houm In Mason City. Iowa, before the District Cr.urt of said County or the Clerk of *alt! Court; and at 2 o'clock P. M. of the da« above mentioned, all perionB interested ar» hereby no tilled nnl required to appear, an? show caysc. if any they have, wliy nali Instrument nnou:* not bf probated anri «t* lowed as and for th* last Will and Testament of salt! deceased. Dated at Mason Clt;,. Tow*, March iUh, tP3i. S. H. MnePEAK, Clerk o: JJHiWct Oouzt-

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