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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 3, 1937
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 3 · 1937 FIFTEEN "Gone With the Wind"--the Vacancies of Landlords Who Placed Rent Ads Classified Advertising Information PHONE 3800 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 In Each Line--minimum Ad Two Lines Size ni-Art One Day Three Days Seven Days 2 Lines ..$ .30 $ .'JO $1.30 3 Lines .45 1.05 1.954 Linos .. .60 1.40 2.60 5 Lines 1.75 3.25 fi Lines .90 2.10 3.90 7 Lines 1.05 2.45 4.55 B Lines .. 1.20 5.20 9 Lines 1.35 3.15 5.85 PUICES FOR CONSECUTIVE DAYS 15% discount if tlic ad is paid within 5 days of the day it is inserted. · EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted, Female 10 VANTED--Exp. typist familiar with gen'l. office routine. Give experience and references. Write X-3, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Girl for hswk. Mrs. Marjorio Brown, Rock Falls, Iowa. WANTED--Experienced laay 35 or 40 to work in' country. Must neat. Good cook. Mrs. J. J. Lowe, Garner, la. Rt. 5. WANTED--Girl or middle aged lady for housework. 1220 E. State St. WANTED--6 women for demonstrating and selling corsets by nationally advertised to. Write H- 2. Globe-Gazette. Money to Loon 19! i',4% FARM 5% CITY MONEY For refinancing, building, buying. Monthly payments optional. W. L. PATTON ALL BILLS Paid in Full And money left over. Group your bills here. Have one place to pay. Easy Repayment Plan. LOANS to $300 SECURITY LOAN CO. 21 1st Nat. Bank. WANTED--Exp. young girl for gen'l. hswk. 2 children in family. Starting salary, S20 per month. Write W. F. Sherrell, 1725 Highland Ave., Wilmette, 111. WANTED--Girl Ph. 1718J. for gen'l. hswk. Help W a n t e d , M i c l i e 12 WANTED--Rel. single man by mo. No boozer. Apply in person. Elmer E. Nelson. Rt. 1, Clear Lake. WANTED--Exp. single man farm. Chas. Sutclitfe, City. I N D E X TO CLASSIFIED Classifications are numbered according to the position in which they appear in the section. WANTED--MAN 25 lo 45 YEARS OLD--With good general education. Must be able lo meet people pleasantly, to represent reliable institution. Liberal di - awing account a/id commission or s t r a i g h t salary to right person. Work to begin at once. Write C-2, GLOBE-GAZETTE Lodges and Societies i Card of Thanks 2A Death Notices 2 Funeral Directors 3 In Mcmorlam 3A Cemeteries- 4 Florists S Lost and Found; B Personals 1 Beauty Shops 8 Business Services Optometrist Help Wanted. Female Saleswork tor Women Help Wanted, Male Seles work lor Men. Help Wanted. Male or Fe"" male ISA Agenls Wanted 14 Work Wanted, Women 15 Work Wanted, Men 16 Instruction 17 Business Opportunities 13 Money to Loan 13 Wanted to Borrow 20 Rooms for Hent 21 Apartments Cor Rent 22 Houses (or Rent 23 Cottages fat Kent 23A 9A 10 11 12 13 Business Places tor Rent 24 Garages lor Rent 75 Forms. Ac'c- agcs for Rcnl 25A Wanted to Rent 23B Houses and Lois for Sate 26 Business Property, Sale 27 Elcnl Estate lor Sale. Exch 28 Rcnl Estate Wanted 29 Real Estate Loans 3D farms tor Sale or Exchange 30A (Miscellaneous for Sale 31 Swap Service :i2 Home Ftirnish- in R s 33 Musical Instruments 34 Radios and Service as Business Equipment Good Things . to Eat Want to Buy DOKS, Birds. Other Pels Livestock and Equipment Poultry and Supplies Automobiles for Sale Auto Parts, Tires. Scrv. Wanted, Auio mobiles WANTED -- Two barbel's with good following. Write 2-2 Globe-Gazette. WANTED--E.\p. married man foi farm work. Separate house, good livestock and tractor man. Wi'ite ref. and qualification to C. R Schoby, Bode, Iowa. Ph. 412 L O A N S UP TO 5300.00 '"urnilure, Autos, Livestock, Ma- :hinery, Diamonds and other Personal Property. Anywhere in North Iowa, interest charged only on the unpaid balance for the actual time used. FREE INFORMATION C. L. Pine Loan Co. Diagonally Opp. 1st Nat'l Bank 204 Weir Bldg., Mason City, Iowa REAL ESTATE Real Estate Loans 30 MORTGAGE LOANS ON forth Iowa Farms . . 4V%-5% Mason City Real Estate 4A%-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. 3OA FARMERS ATTENTION! You can still buy and get possession March 1st oC Federal Land Bank Farms in Cerro Gordo and adjoining counties. 20% before possession. Bal. like rent. L. P. Struyk, representative, 706 N. Federal. Pli. 30RO. Automobiles for Sale 42 EV]ROLETS Used Cars with an O. K. That Counts. '36 CHEVROLET MASTER COACH '35 CHEVROLET MASTER COACH '33 CHEVROLET 6 WHEEL SEDAN '33 CHEVROLET COACH FOR SALIC:--80 acres, finest land, new, mod. bldgs., near station, 575 per A. Possession. Terms. Big list. Lewis Fedg'e, Albert Lea, Minn. Ready Money .·"ew people have relatives o 'riends who can conveniently lent them up to S300 on short notice and any time. But everyone can come to us, knowing that we are prepared to make a loan any day, and to allow ample time for repayment in conveniently small, regular amounts. Humphrey Finance. Co. 19',2 N. Fed. Ph. 578 MERCHANDISE Miscellaneous for Sale 31 FOR SALE--Used electric hair dryer for beauty shop, in A-t condition. Paul Graf. 1318 North President. Phone 2BH7J. FOR SALE--Boy scout suit, size 13, also 423GW. reed baby cab. Ph FOR SALE--Used cash registers Representative With Cai INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS has an opportunity in the Man kato area for a serious minded ,an, 25 to 35. Established debit, eekly advance and renewal con- act for right man. Experience ot absolutely necessary but a illingncss to work and take ·tuning is required. Write T-2, GLOBE-GAZETTE 3U 39 40 43 ANNOUNCEMENT Death Notices PAGE, Jerry, 39, died at his home at Manly following an illness O: two weeks. Funeral services \vil." be held at the U. E. church a: Manly at 2:30 o'clock Thursday aCternoon, with the Rev. E. P Green in charge. Burial will be a EV Dorado, Avk. The Patterson funeral home in charge. Funeral Directors McAULEV Funeral Home--Complete service day .and night 8 Adams. Phone 651. MEYER Funeral Home--Depend able service. 126 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 Ph. 511. C. E. Snipps. H. B. Major Cemeteries MEMORIAL PARK--"The Ceme tery Beautiful." Perpetual main tenance. I. O. F. Bldg. 172, 1827J Florists I '.ft H 1 EXPRESS Your sympathy wit fresh, lovely flowers-from Ken ble's Greenhouse. Ph, 55. Lost and Found Salesworlc for Men 1 3 Get CASH to Pay Bills From Your CAR By using our convenient, confidential monthly payment AUTO LOAN PLAN Home Office: Corner South oC New City Hall Phone 670 Midland Investment Co. FOR RENT Rooms for Rent 21 FOR RENT--Clean, warm, slpg rm. reas. 232 4lh N..W. typewriters, 'h. 1033. adding machines '35 FORD COACH '.°,-'l FORD COACH with Trunk '34 FORD COUPE We will make special February deals nn all See Us Before B u y i n g . Used Cars. R,Chevrolet Coulee. "NORTH IOWA'S 18 South Washington LARGEST USED CAR DEALER" Phone Livestock and Equipment 40 i Automobiles for Sale 42 FOR SALE--12 good Black feeder calves, weight 450 Ibs.; also some bred ewes, will lamb soon. M. R. Brim, G miles east of city. FOR SALE--.Production bred jersey bulls and bull calves, whose dams have official and C. T. A. record. Gaugcr Jersey Farm. Rockford, Iowa. AWFUL COLD Yesterday wasn't it, but we sold t h a t 11)36 Chevrolet Coupe tor cash w i t h o u t a trade-in, but 1 believe it was the price more than URGE REVISION OF PENSION ACT Maximum Monthly Payment $45 Provided by Bill in Iowa House. DES MOINES, (ff)--Revision of the Iowa old age pension law for the purpose of paying a maximum monthly payment oE $45 from an anticipated a n n u a l fund of $42,000,000, was proposed to the Iowa house of representatives Wcdncs- day. The proposal was introduced by Rep. Milton W. Sti-icklei- (Ti) of DCS Moines, and has the bucking, lie said, of many groups throughout lown who believe its provisions will assure a definite increased income to those persons over 60 who apply for pensions. The measure would increftt the state sales lax from 2 to 3 per cent and would divert the en- t i r e income from t h a t source to old aye pensions, but would levy Ihc lax on gross sales. This tax would be effective April 1st, 1H37 and would not be added to t h e sales price of various articles dis- Goodyear Plant at Akron Closed After Dispute With Union AKRON, Ohio, (.TV--The Goodyear Tire and Rubber company's plant No. 2, employing 5,000 persons, was closed Wednesday after a dispute in which workers were reported to have forcibly ejected Vice President C. C. Slusser from the tire building department. Public Relations Counsel L. K. Judd said Slusser, another company representative and an em- ploye were "shoved' 1 out when hey told thr tire builders t h a t he man could work w i t h o u t oay- ng his dues lo the United Rubber Workers union. No union official could be .·cached immediately for comment. About 150 of (he 525 men in the department refused to vacate and remained in the factory. the weather. Perhaps it would pay you to check up on our prices. Mnybe we can save you some money too. FOR SALE--Brood sows. F. H. Schulte, Manly. Ph. 184F32. I 193f Plymouth Coach, good line 1335 Chev. Sport Sedan, black. 193(i Ford Sedan, with trunk. S. A. E. 10 w i n t e r motor oii, 40c gal. Home Town, 422 N. Mon. FOR-SALE--2 new beautiful bedroom suites, reduced price. Furniture, stoves, shoes of all kinds, etc. B. O. Exchange. Ph. 1216. FOR SALE -- Two. used barber chairs, cheap. See J. B. Youngblood. FOR SALE--Ensilage and Ned O'Neill, Clear Lake. and snow on and tires in fender wells Swap Service SWAP--Good violin case and tuner for drop lc;if table or breakfast set. Write OO-3, Globe- Gazette. SWAP -- Antique roller organ, mandolin, canaries fur old violin, ladder bacU chairs. Write RR- 3, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Coukei- Spaniel dog lor a sled. Write RR-1, Globe-Gazelle. ;XPANSION ot our staff,of sales engineers creates a vacancy for competent salesman with engi- .eei-ing experience to sell and ervicc on liberal commission basis line of water treatments proved s to efficiency by over 75 years ales. Only detailed written appli- ations considered. Midwest. Manger, Room 8(16, 327 S. LaSalle St., Chicago, 111. WANTED--FIVE SALESMEN vith cars, to represent old estab- ished Iowa firm in Cerro Govdo and surrounding counties. Four lollars per day and expenses guaranteed. See Mr. French, Park nn hotel Wednesday, 6 to 9 p. m. Male, Female Help 13A :XPERIENCED Bookkeeper wanted. Man preferred. Burroughs Posting machine used. State experience, salary expected, when u can s t a r t work. W r i t e U-2, lobe-Gazetto, FOR RF,NT--Sleeping room, gentlemen pref. 229 E. State. FOR RENT--Warm, slpg. vm., pri. but. Gentlemen pref. 1321. Apartments for Rent 22 FOR RENT--CIean [urn. 2 rm. mod. apt. G72 E. State St. FOR RENT--5 rm. and bath, (font apt.. March 1st. Markley-Smith Bldg. Call 210. FOR RENT--March 1st 6 vm. apl., Crane apts. Ph. 1G41W. FOR RENT--2 or 3 rm. mod. un- furn. apt. IBM N. Wash. Houses for Rent 23 Work Wonted, Women 15 WANTED--Nursing in home by day or hour, graduate nurse. 112G Second St. N. W. WANTED--By well exp. bookkeeper, stenographer or genera! office work; full or part lime. Write'O-3, Globe-Gazette. Work w °n t e d , M e n 16 WANTED--Work on farm by married man. No children. No boozer. Ralph Trego, cave F. G. Peter, Swaledale, Iowa. FOR RENT--7 rm. house pavlly mod. Garage. 656 2nd N. E. Inq. at 655 3rd N. E. Ph. 2774W. FOR RENT--Mod. house, except furnace, S15 mo. 815 S. Wash. Tel. 3292. FOR RENT (5 room modern hout'c on North Federal Avenue at S27.SO per mo. Entire second floor of Walgreens. Office room over Krcsgc Store. S25.00 per month BECK BROS. CO. PHONE 134 WANTED--Work on f a r m by day. 121 2 S. W. W. C. Powell. FOR RENT--New mod. 4 rm. bungalow. Ph. 2415. 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. Rees are to be called for at the Want Ad counter. For every line ovcr'3 lines, besides 10 cents for each answer, regular rates will be charged. Automobiles for Sale 42 PR1TCHARD PRESENTS FOUR UNUSUALLY. CLEAN USED CARS Winterized and already to go, with heaters and 1937 license plates. '31 FORD TOWN SEDAN, Mohair upholstery- Six good lives, mud rear and 2 wheels $225 '31 FORD DE LUXE TUDOR, Six good tires, 2 wheels and tires in lender wells, metal covers and i ·car view mirrors, cowl ( t O I ^\ and fender lights t|£iltJ 31 C H E V R O L E T DE LUXE COACH, Six good tires, 2 spare wheels and (ires in *t99^ each fender well *p££O '31 FORD SEDAN. Black with green wheels. Mud and snow tires in rear ALSO OTHER BARGAINS '.'U FORD TUDOtt '30 FORD TUDOR $]"»() '30 FORD COUPE 5150 T 23 FORD TUDOR 5 85 Pritchard Motor Co. YOUR F O R D DEALER On Perm From Slate to First S. E. 1D3-1 Ford Cpe, blacU, reasonable. 1935 Ford Coach, green one. 1!ID1 Ford Tudor, new tires, heater loo, 1932 Roekne Coupe, runs good. ~Wc will be glad to see you anyway, even if we can't trade. ZENOR MOTOR CO. 118 S. Del. Ph. G9L FOR SALE--1933 Ford DeLuxe sedan, radio, heater, $240, '37 license. 419 2nd N. E. Home Furnishings 33 FOR SALE -- Circulating coal heater, S15. Earls P'ruit Market, 1603 S Fed. ' FOR SALE--Davenport and chair practically new. Ph. 4351. . C. R. MARSH has household goods for sale. 420 Bill N. W. Ph. 992 $225 Lodge Notices i l U E K N lU:m.KAH L O D G E ,NO. IDC I. O. 0. V. HALL T^O 1'. M. Mccl Isl luvcl 3i'd Fi-Iday at each month. r. N. G.'s T h n i f . . 2::« Trictny. 7:M. I n i t i a t i o n F G's K c r v c . MT!S. C A R t . L K A M A N . N. G. I'll. «:i 13 SlliS. M A U D E MAXSON. Rec. Sec. Pli.- UIMG MRS. R, E. ICOLWINSICA, Fin. Sec. Ph. 14BIU IlAltUlNC. J.OllGr. NO. ev.l A. 1'. ANl A. M. ·:'.!" r. Jt. Sl.ilcct M c e t i i i K Fri., Ffh. 5 It's yoni - business--Come. E\ L. HUDSON. W. M. Plioiu; JL727 C. C. IIALPHIDE, Scc'y. Phone 143 AUTOMOTIVE Automobiles for Sale 42 Musical Instruments 34 FOR SALE--Sm. size Hobarl M. Cable piano, S35. Ph. 3231. FOR SALE--Remington piano. F. H. Schulte, Manly. Ph. 184F32. FOR SALE -- Save money, small size piano (new), used in our sheet music department as FV demonstrator, reduced $100. Only one. Hurry. Vance Music Co. Good Will Used Cars 1937 LICENSE PAID Over 40 to pick from, including 'ontiacs, Chevrolets, Fords, Plymouths and other popular makes, cc us before you buy and rc- icmber--u'c .stand back of our joocl Used Cars. Come in. No rca- onable offer refused. You can 'iiy on your own terms, if rcason- bie. John Gallagher, Inc. PONT1AC fi's and R's ',5-21 Second S. E. Phono 1567 Open Evenings and Sundays Good Things to Ear 37 FOR RENT--4 rm. duplex, fuel furnished, 522. W. side. See J. B. Youngblood. FOR RENT--5 rm. house, small acreage, S18. 2074 N. Carolina Ave. Inq. at 302 S. Fed. Instruction 17 AMERICA'S Great system of Diesel and air conditioning refrigeration training wants mechanically inclined men to train in ouv shops. Day and night classes. Free board, room, transportation after q u a l i f y i n g through home preparation. Write United Engineering, 5 N. 15th, Minneapolis. LOST--Blk. beaded ward. Ph. 1051. purse. Re- LOST--Chain ot keys. Finder please return to name on tag. Reward. Personols "CHRYSLER AIRTEMP". the perfect air conditioning. J. H. Marston, 107 1st St. S. E. Ph. 162. Business Services FOR BUILDING Your home or remodeling your home, call C. 'A. Holmenn, contractor. Ph. 26G7. FEDERAL Corporation Automobile Financing. 309 First Natl. Bank Building. Phone 516. Optometrist 9A GLASSES--VVe use the best quality at a price you can afford to 'pay.-Dr. Knutson, Opt., Weir Bldg FINANCIAL Money to Loan 19 For All Purposes We make cash loans up to $300 on your Auto or Furniture. Cars refinanced and payments reduced. Home Loan Finance COMPANY Second Floor Foresters Bld£. Business Places for Rent 24 FOR SALE--2 story brick building basement, Elma, rented. Will trade. Manleys. FOR RENT--Building suitable Cor beer parlor. F-2, Globe-Gazette. FOR RENT--Office rms. Desirable office rm., running water, $10; 2 desirable adjoining rms. 514. See J. B. Youngblood. Farms, Acreages for Rent 25A FOR RENT--Imp. 10 A. tract neat Clear Lake. C. E. Patterson, 115 S. Oak St., Clear Lake Wanted to Rent B25 WANTED--To rent apt. or smal house, Mason City or Clear Lake Will take year's lease if good Write W-2, Globe-Gazette. Friendly Financial SERVICE You need not hesitate to sec us if money is needed. We are always glad lo explain our plan. Consolidate your obligations into one account with one small payment monthly. United Financial Service 8,1st N. W. ' · P'n. 1414 WANT--To rent from owner G o 7 room modern house, northeast part. Best of ret. Write M-l Globe-Gazette. Houses, Lots for Sale 26 FOR SALE--$2,000, part mod. rm., paving; $1,500 part mod. rm. terms. W. L. Patton, 109 E State. FOR SALE--4 rm. house to b moved off lot. Pli. 2067. FOR SALE OR RENT--Mod. 5 i m bungalow, good sized rms., f i r e place. Ph. 1809W. FRESH FROZEN FISH at PETERSON'S GROCERY Highway 65, Kensetl, Iowa -IERRING 7c Ib. DRESSED H E R R I N G 8c Ib. ·ICKEREL 10c Ib ·IKE I5c Ib, VLASKA SALMON 20c Ib, ONIONS, 10 Pound Bag lac CABBAGE, 8 Pounds 25c RUTABAGAS, 8 Pounds 25i CARROTS, B Pounds 25c APPLES, B Pounds 25i. ·OTATOES, Large Size, Peck 33i_ EARLS FRUIT MARKET 1G03 South Federal Wonted to Buy 38 WANTED--A' cnnd used portabl. typewriter. Write B-2, Globe azctte. WANTED--TO buy a lot. will pa cash. Write A-l, Globe-Gazette WANTED--To buy 25 ton of a l f a l la hay. M. K. Beers, 628 3 NF WANTED -- To move. Ph. 301. buy garage t LAPINER'S Reliable Used Cars THESE CARS T R A D E D TO US BY O R I G I N A L PURCHASERS THEY ARE AS GOOD AS NEW 28 CHEV. 4 DR. SEDAN, '37 lie. heater. Looks l i k e new. - S14 29 FORD TUDOR, low new finish, good ires mileage . . . .514 TERRAPLANE 34 DE',LUX CPE 13,000 miles. Lady driver. BKNEVOIX.VCI: i.oncrr: NO. us A. F. A N I l A. M. ".:'M 1'. .M. SlrUrrt commut)lc;ili(m First Thursday ot each" month. C. H. JOHNSON', W. M. D. D. GILBERT. Secy, LEGAL NOTICE tinct from the retail price. Use Liquor Revenue. F u r t h e r m o r e the measure would 1 d i v e r t all net revenue from the sale ot liquors, together with license fees collected from distributors of non-intoxicants. It would permit acceptance of all federa grants-, and all money set aside in the counties for the express purpose of old age assistance. Strickler said he believed the sales tax features of the plan would prove less burdensome t i t a n the present direct retail sales tn;;. Actuaries have shown, he said, t h a t the present 2 per cent sales (ax levies an actual imposition, ot 3 '/t per cent on all commodities. Sets Up Board of Five. F u r t h e r m o r e the bill se(s up a state pension board o£ five members instead of three as at present, and provides t h a t county boards of supervisors shall act as local pension boards. It also provides t h a t certification by the county boards (o the state boards for payment shall be final in all individual cases. \ The m a x i m u m monthly payment ot 515 set up by the bill would include both state and federal pensions, and those recciv- ng aid under the bill would be precluded from holding remunerative positions. Delaney, Pioneer of Belmond, Succumbs BELMOK T D--Dennis H. Delaney, 83, died Wednesday morning at lis home, a mile northeast or Bcl- nond. He was an early settler ot Belmond. He leaves H wife and the following children: Nell and Lcn it home, and Mrs. Guy Milligan of Chaska, Minn., three brothers. Henry of M o n t a n a , Valentine ot Willislon, N. Dak., and James J. ot Bcthuna, Col., and one grandson. INJURED AFTER PARTY ftT HOTEL Red Oak Girl's Skull Is Fractured; Companion Held in Jail. DES MOINES, OT--Police said Bcrnice Builington, 22, o£ Red Oak, was in a hospital here Wednesday s u f f e r i n g from a fractured skull, which, they said, climaxed a hotel party which lasted until early morning. Physicians described Miss Bullington's condition as "poor." Police held Miss Joyce Gilmoi'c. 21 year old friend of the injured T R K A S t M t Y I i : T A I t T M i : N T ilcrnal U C V M I U C .Service-, Alroiml Tax U n i t , St. I»juil. M i n n e s o t a , -launary r:, Mi;i7 N'olic'c ts hci'eby RIVCH t l i a t nix Dcccin- ci- 10, 103G, one CticvrnU't Coacli. l!*;t.i nodcl, nintor iiumljcr ri(]47fini, serin] mmi- cr ^l-EA-fl4UR37, ILccnso nn tuber 60- I7:i7 (1Q3S Io\vn), wfls soi^crt from P-* orrl EU.inji.soii on I lie public highway, oiic-lmir mile itoi'Ch -itut n u p - h a l f mile cast of Mason Cily, Ccrm C i n r d o County own, f o r violFilioti of llic I n t c r n n l Tlcvc- nic laws. Section S\")0, U n i t e d Stales Kfr- viscrt Si3lutes. Any person claiming; i uitninohilc must a p p e a r n\ rny n T f i c n on M' before February 27. Jfl:17. aiid n i R k r inch clnini ami aivc bonrl for cof-ts foi ransfci' of f o r f f l i t u r c prri:cndinj;t) lo th Uixltcrf Sl-llos District Cniirl, tn- snlr! a t i - nobilc will he f o r f e i t e d lo Hie U n i t e d Slates or Amnricfx as provided by Inn 1 , n. Qvale, D i s t r i c t S u p e r v i f - n r . 7Uff NCM\ .1 Office B u L l c l t t i R . Saint Paul, Minnc- E O l i l . woman, also ot Red Oak, in jail while they investigated the accident. Police O f f i c e r Tom Watson said Miss Gilmore told him the two girls l e f t the hotel where they had been staying since Saturday about midnight and went to an- olher hotel a block away. They met Iwo men acquaintances and had several drinks, (lie girl admitted, but said the two left the hotel about 4:15 u. m.. when the men "became amorous," Watson reported. The o f f i c e r said Miss Gilmore assisted Miss Builington back lo their hotel and into the elevator. Inside the elevator, Miss Gilmore let go of her friend and turned lo talk to the-elevaloT~pjj;r-- orator, Watson said. Miss GilmoW told him Miss Builington then fall to the elevator floor, striking her head a hard blow. A police a m b u l a n c e took MJss Bullington to the hospital. T R E A S U R Y II ICfAHT.M i:NT II It 27 BUfCK STD. 4DR. SEDAN U n i t . SI. P a u l . . M i u n e s D U , J a n u a r y ?-?, In;l7 N o t i c e Is hereby qiven t l i a t on rjceein- ber 7, l!:lfi. o n e Chevrolet Sedan. 1931 m o d e l , motor number l!.'ili:i701. scria 1 n b e r 21-AF:-lRR3fi(J, number 17. 2791! l l o \ v a . 19.1CI. v. us seized f r o m William J. Mocrsch on a c o u n t r y road a n o u l o n e - h a l f m i l e j - o n t h c a s t o f Ma^on C i t y . Cerro Gm-rio Comtly. l o w n . for v i o l a t i o n of t h e I n t e r n a l R e v e n u e l a w s . Section 3-130. U n i l e r i Stales R e v i s e d Slalnles. Any person c l a i m i n g a i d a u t o m o b i l e mmt a p pear at my o f f i c e on or b e f o r e F e b r u - ary 27. iri37. and m a k e ?uch c l a i m and H i v e bond for -costs (or t r a n s f e r of for- f e i t u r e p r o c e e d i n g t o t h e U n i l c d Slates D i s t r i c t Court, o r said a u t o m o b i l e u i l l be f o r f e i t e d to t h e U n i t e d Sl.iles of America as provider! by lau', S. B. CKalc. D i s t r i c t Supervisor. Tim New Ppst O f f i c e B u i l d i n g . S a i u t Paul, M i n n e s o t a . 27 BUICK STD. 4 DR. SEDAN, '37 lie., very clean. Only . S95 '2!' LITTLE S E D A N . nice NASH New fi FORDOR tires. Very $35 1 FORD TUDOR. Extra nice shape. Fine tires. Special 5185 '2D CHEV. COACH, t r u n k , motor, f i n e tires. A buy . - nice WANTED--Used f u r n i t u r e , stoves. Graham's. 204 S. Fed. Ph. 301. WANTED--Used furniture. Joe Goss, 212 South Fed. Ph. 942. Dogs, Birds, Other Pets 39 FOR SALE--Toy fox terrier pups. 1434 4 S. E^Ph. 1302. We Carry the Note. Lapiner Motor Co. Dodge-Plymouth Phone 1183 DE GRAHAM LUXE TUDOR SEDAN NOTICK or AMKN'roirvr TO Ann or i x r o n r O H A T i o v or ? f A SON' C I ' I ' V I . O A . V A N I I N V F . S T M U N T f T O M P A S V P u b l i c n o l i r e i s h e t e i j y c i v e n t h a t M a - rm City Loan mid I n v e s t m e n t Company h a s a m e n d e d a r l i c j e s of i n c o r p o r a t i o n as f o l l o w s : A P T I C I . K V l f s h a l l be a m e n d e d hy p t r i k i n K t h e w o r d s " T i r s t S a t u r d a y i n J u n e " a o p e a r i n c i n F i r M s e n t e n c e a n d s u b s t i l n l i n t ; t h e r e f o r "second M o n d a y itl February." N o t i c e i s f u r t h e r c l v e n sairi a m e n d m e n t has been d u l y filer! and recorded as by l a w p r o v i d e d , and t h e u n d c r s i R n e d a u - t h o r i z e d t f »Jo a l l t h i n c s necessary t o m a k e a m e n d m e n t e f / « e U \ e . O a t e d t h i s l!Gth day of J a n u a r y , A. D., 1037. W . f . , PATTON. P r e M d e n l . ROGF.R C. PATTON. Secretary. AUNT HET By Robert Quillen. Police said they Gilmore's story of "Wife boa tin' is out n' style, but Tel just as soon a man would hit me as rub his t'ingcv on -A piece o furniUii'c to s!io\v me (.lie dust." believed Miss I h c accident and planned lo release her. Oley Nelson, Former G. A. R.Commander, 111 With Pneumonia DES MOINES, OT--Ninely-twn year old Olcy Nelson, former national commander of the G. A. R., low sergeant-al-arms in the lown louse of representatives, hns developed pneumonia, the house was advised Wednesday. Nelson entered a DCS Moines lospilal several days ago to f i g h t :ff a cold, but the more critical llness q u i c k l y developed. His condition Wednesday was reported somewhat better. 722 SOUTH FEDERAL Heater. Very low mileage. Like new throughout. $125 down--525 per month. Folsom Auto Co. 19-25 T H I R D ST. N. E. Livestock and Equipment 40 FOR SALE-- Blue roan mare, coining 3 yr.s., F r R T i k Gaiscr/ Rockford, Iowa, WO I ph. ·tU K100 Ibs. 152 16, He Likes Iowa. ROCKWELL--L. K. Barber hHS rclui'ncct from a brief sojourn fit, his old hwnc in Los An^clcs, reporting t h n L Iowa is aboul as favorable lor a winter resort this year as southern California. pnujc .vnTK* 1 * »r T J M F A N D ri,.\rr or IIF.ARINT. Notice is herehy pl\ en l l i a L a octi- ,_oi; has been f i l e d w i t h the Cily Cnun- cil nf ATason Cily. Town, by N n l c T^pf n c r . r r o i i e t t i M C T h a t h r H.issi f l o a t ion nf I.ol OOP IlnnrtrCfl Twcnlv '120» in M i d l a n d Ueichts A d t U t i o n lo Masnn Cilv. Town, br d t a n k e d from Ctass "A" In CIs c s "C" u n d e r llic ^ n n i m r O r r f i n a n c e nf M.ison CtU 1 . lo\va. ,ind Hist » public h e a r i n g In relation t h e r e t o w i l l be bcl'l on i he first rlay of M-trcb. A. H. 1S;!7, n i N i n e OYIork A. M. in the City Council rtnnm at l l i n City Hall in r / n n o n Citv. I O V . T . rtlid .ill f n t c r e - J t r i l p n r t i c s anrf i-it'- 7en^ n r r boi'ebv n o t i f i e d i b a i t h ^ v sbflll \in\c. .in oppni-li'iiilv lo br !i«vr' l l p n n Mi'- i-liiin^r nf r t a , s M f j r ; U o M nf said rral rsliilr 1 a I ibe lime f i r d plnct- n c r c i n b c - Datrd m Mason Cily, Iowa, tins d?y of Febriian-, A. D, lf.^7. ftlS.VA B. ATA ^VIC. C.ily CJcrk 1 of Mason Cily, Icwa. AUCTION SALE SALES P A V I L I O N -- C L E A R L A K K , IOWA Friday, Feb. 5, 12:30 p. in. 20 U'hilcfacc slccrs. wcijtht 800 His; 20 Sliorthorn steers, wciirlil 900 Ibs.; 20 Shorthorn steers, welRht 700 His.; 15 W h i l c f a u e hclfcr calves, weight 400 His.; 20 Shorthorn h e i f e r calves, weight 450 Mis.: 20 corn fed heifers, weight 850 Ibs.; 12 corn fed steers, \vciclil 1100 Ibs. Balance of run is b u t c h e r cattle nf all classes, dairy cows and heifers, breeding bulls anil all kinds and weights of slock rattle. We have made a special effort to get a large consignment of pigs because of great demand. \Vc believe II wise to gel your light pigs now before f u r t h e r advance In hojr prices. Most of these nigs weigh f r o m 100 to HO Ibs. and arc long- time vaccinated. One lol if good thrcp. year old ewes, f e e d i n g lambs, fat lambs nnrl lii-pcdinr bucks. Rring in yniir r\\~es. They arc selling f l n r . Hring Your IJvc.slock to Our .Sale--Highest Prices Assured Clear Lake Auction Co. PHONES X^ CLEAR LAKE, IOWA 7

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