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Mason City, Iowa
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 12 M 1936 I A CLASSIFIED AD TWENTY-THREE Classified Advertising Information lost and Found 6 | Help Wanted, Male 32 I Y °U WTH YOUR SPRING CLEANING. ADVERTISE FOR HOUSEHOLD HELP ADVERTISE FOR THAT ANTIQUE PIECE OF FURNITURE YOU WANT. PHONE 3800 NOw! LOST--Insurance policy on the Equitable Life of Iowa. Reward offered. Ph. 249QJ, Holahan Apts. Money to Loon 8 MONEY TO LOAN on Mason City home. Alliance Investment Co Phone 849. I ^^ WANTED--Sales and service man Skcfcas Company, opening territory. Necessary to have pickup truck or car. Expenses and profitable commission. Interview Saturday afternoon. W. W. Overman, Hotel Hanford. Fifteen cenu a Una nrst insertion. Ten cenl3 a Une for each consecutive sub BCquunt Insertion. (Count five average words to the line). Seven insertions are given for the prlc of six. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ADVEKTISIJSU 70 cents per column Inch each insertion A discount ol 15 per cent will be allowe on all classified advertisements paid for a the time of insertion or not later than days thereafter. No credit extended for classified adver Using If there f» ao account thirty days Or more. All out-of-town ads are payable in advance All refunds on Want Ads must be calle Tor within 30 days of iho cancellation dat of tho order. Minimum ctiarpo for single advertisement 25 cents. Answer to "blind" advertisements must pi addressed to the letter stated in the ad care of the Globe-Gazette. Under no clrcum stances will the Globe-Gazette reveal UIL name of those inserting "blind" advertisements. FHONE 380C between 8 a. m. ana 6 p. ra. and ask tor th«"Ad Taker. INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications a r e numbered according to the position in which they appear ID the section. go . 81 . 16 . 49 A 9 43 87 29 17 2 Acreages ....... A4H Agents ..... .... 36 Acts. Tor Rent .. 45 Amusements .... 7 Auto Accessories 82 Autos tor Sale. . 79 Auto Storage -....A'y Auto Truck . ..,, Auto Repairing .. Beauty Parlors .. Board, Room . Bond* ... B'ldp. Materials . Business L o c a- UODS ......... Business Opportunities ....... Cares, Restaurants . . ....... Card of Tbanka Cemeteries . , ..... A3 Chiropodists .... 13 Chiropractors ... n Cleaners, Dycra . 13 Cottages ..... . -- MB Death Notices ... i Dentists ........ A3? Does, Birds, Pets S3 Educational Opportunities .... 4Q Electrical Service 61 Employment Service ....... ....A30 Farms for Sale . . 60 Fawna-for Rent .A50 Farm Machinery 5i Florists . . . ...... 4 Foods .......... A55 Funeral Directors 3 Fura .. ......... .. 19 Garage for Rent 6S Garage for Sale 69 Gardens ...... . 41 Gifts Help W a n t e d , with Inv ...... Help W a n t e d , Female ...... , Help W a n t e d . Male .......... 32 HOp W a n t e d , Male, Female .A3fj Side, wool. Furs "8 Household Gonds 73 .. 11 .. 10 -,..A 2 .. 20 21 . 56 60 So 3} Houses far sale 17 Houses for Rent 46 Instruction ..... M Insurance .,, Investment , In Memoriam Job Printing .... .Laundries Livestock ror Sale 52 Location Wanted e:. Lost and Found 6 Lots for Sale .., 4g Machinery 51 Milk '· Misc. for Sale ... Misc. [or Rent .. Money to Loan ., f Mortgages ...... «f Monuments , . ,, , . . A 4 Musical instr. ... 6s Nursery Stock .. 57 Osteopaths IS Optometrists ,.., A 1.1 Offices for Rent 63 Of/ice Furn., Fix. AS.'J O f f i c e Equipment g-j Painting, Decor. 21 Personals ....... .*Photographers .. 25 Plumbing. Utg. .. 2P Poultry, Eg£s .. 74 Real Es. Loans ..Ah Radio Supplies .. 27 Real Estate .... 66 Rooms (or Rent N Sale or Trade . . .A38 Sale or Rent . ..A4* Salesladies , 34 Salesmen .... Seeds, Feeds Serv. Offered Situation \v:d. Stamps, Coins Stationery .., Stocks Summer Cottages 6'. Swap Service ... 38 Travel Bureau ..A P Trade or Exch. . 42 MONEY To Loan On Farm Lands and Mason City Real Estate. Excellent Terms and Rates E. W. CLARK CO. 204 Forester's Bldg. Security Loan Co. and diamond loans 530 to S300, Persona] service. 321 1st Nat'l. Bank. Phone 412. WANT--Exp. married man on farm. No children. Ref. req. Leo P Smith, Rt. 4, Ph. no, Plymouth Situation Wanted 33 WANTED--Work on farm by exp. young- single man. A-l rcf. Maurice Lane, Plymouth, care H. F Hinsmann. WANTED--Position in beauty shop. Good references. 14 5 N. E, HIGH School girl want.- to work for ' board. 623 N. Jackson. ' Houses For Sale 47 FOR SALE--4 rm. mod. home, garage. Possession now. Guild, 867. FOR SALE A beautiful close in 9 room house at Clear Lake. There is a very great commercial value in this property for the party that would like a nice home for themselves and rent rooms. Price $5,000.00. FREEMAN KEN * ON Clear Lake, Iowa Lots For Sale 48 FOR SALE--2 business lots S. Fed. ave. Frank Fiala, tailor. Park Inn Hotel. Farms For Sale 50 Household Goods FOR SALE f u r n i t u r e for 7 rr home consisting- of excel, pian bedroom, living- room, dining roo and sun room suites, stove, table etc. Owner leaving city, will sacr fice. Also have late '35 Plymout DeLuxe Sedan. 303 South Taylo Phone 3382-.T. Heat With Gas For Sale: Several slightly use high grade Gas Conversion Bun ers at substantially reduced price Good as new. Guaranteed same a new burners. Installation now No payments until next fall. Peoples Gas Elec. Co Salesladies 34 VETERANS'LOANS Strictly Confidential. $50 to $300.00 To those veterans who need cash immediately for a constructive purpose. Loans can be made only :o employed veterans, on our regular basis, except special concessions are being made on unusually iberal terms--with no repayment expected until the bonus money is available. United Financial Service 8--1st St. N. W. Phone 1414 WANT--Refined middle aged lady, sewing exp. References req. Write X-12, Globe-Gazette. Salesmen 35 SALESMEN--3 men, sales promotion work. Must have car. Good opportunity to right rncn. Interview Saturday,. 10 a. m. R. H. Stinger, Hotel Hanford. LOW COST LOANS You'll like HUMPHREY'S friendly service and liberal policy. 19i North Federal Ave. Phone 578. HUMPHREY MEN WANTED--For Rawlcigh routes of 800 families in East Floyd, Winneshiek, West Blackhawk counties and Clear Lake. Reliable hustler should start earning $25 weekly and increase rapidly. Write today. Rawlcigh, Dept. IAC- 380-S, Freeport, 111. Swap Service 38 FOR SALE Ideal improved 60 acres near Clear Lake, is all tillable except the natural grove, orchard and building site. It has electric light off high line, is close to 106 highway and possession can be had now. Price ?6,000.00 FREEMAN KENYON Clear Lake, Iowa Poulfry, Eggs FOR SALE--With possession 10 acres, small buildings, good well, J ,i good timber on No. 106, near lake. W. A. Oxlay, Clear Lake. FOR FARM BARGAINS see T. w. Gilpin, Northwood, Iowa. TO SETTLE ESTATE For Sale 100 Acre Farm, to settle estate. Located three miles cast and one and one-half miles south of Manly. FRANK KRAUBETZ, Administrator. Phone 155 Manly ... ... 3.1 ... 2S ..A33 .. 3.. . . A 7 I) 72 Upholstering .... VV'td. to Borrow . 77 Wtd. to Buy .... 75 \vtd.. Misc ...... AT* IVtd. to Renl .. 76 Wearing Apparel 70 · - Death Notices 3 CORDLE. infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cordle, 22 Fifteenth street southeast, died Wednesday shortly after birth. Funeral services will be held at the Patterson funeral home Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock, with the Rev. William Galbreth. pastor of the Olivet M. E. church, in charge of services. Burial will be at Memorial Park cemetery. The Patterson funeral home in charge. LOANS Up to $300.00 ANYWHERE IN NORTH IOWA Made to Responsible Families or Individuals NO SIGNERS NO ENDORSERS x our Own Security Only. Pay Interest on only actual unpaid balances for actual number of days used. Prompt. Private, Friendly Service. Always. See, Pbone or Write 113 for FREE INFORMATION C. L. Pine Loan Company Diagonally Opposite 1st Nat'l. Banh 204 Weir Bldg.. Mason City.' Iowa Personal Signature LOANS To Salaried People Easiest and Most Convenient Method of Borrowing. Immediate Service Strictly Confidential. Security Loan Co. 321 First Nat'l Bldg. Ph. 112 SWAP--Infant's crotchcted caps, I berry boxes for lilacs or other | perennials. Write YY-12, Globe-Ga- i zette. I WANT--To swap 3 nanny goats for chickens. Write BB12 Globe- Gazette. i Forms For Rent A50 I HAVE an improved 200 acre farm near Clear Lake. Iowa, for rent on shares and a 130 acre farm near Albert Lea. Minn., and an improved 80 in Wisconsin. Also some bargains for sale. E. H. RICH Rogers Hotel, Clear Lake. SWAP--Choice Clear Lake lots with sewer for acreage. Write DD-ll, GIbbe-Gazette. SWAP--Fur fabric jacket, size 16 for rabbits. Write GG12, Globe- Gazette. 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 Want Ad counter. For every line over 3 lines, besides 10 cents for each answer tegular rates will be charged. BABY CHICKS Of all breeds. Also turkey poult and here's this week's SPECIA Custom hatching eggs @ ?1.50 pe 100, egg's must be set this week Write or telephone VAN GERPEN HATCHERY Buffalo Center, Iowa. Special on CUSTOM HATCHING For a short time we will set egg at $1.50 per 100 or 3 cases for $15 Bring eggs on Saturdays or Wed nesdays. We still have a few Farm Record Calendars. MASON CITY HATCHERY Phone 2041. FOR SALE--Hudson brooder stove 500 chicks size, also 73 ft. ol chicken wire. Water fountain, ham garden plow, 5 gal. kerosene can. 2 cedar and 4 small water fountains 1017 N. Harrison. Wanted to Buy 75 WANTED--To buy brooder house. Must be reasonable, also 2 drake ducks. Ph. 3293J. WANTED--Used showcase, electric fans and motors. Economy Electric. Ph. 504. FOR RENT--170 acre farm. Inq. Leo. F. Smith, Mason City, Rt. 4. Farm Machinery T6RSALE 51 SWAP--Used 850 Delco light plant for what have you"! Write TT-10, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--King trombone, case, for late radio course with all instruments. Write JJ-10 Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Black and Decker valve grinder for car radio. Write ZZ- 12, Globe-Gazette. J Rooms For Rent 44 Funeral Directors McAULEY Funeral Home -- Complete service day and night S S. Adams. Phone 651. MEYER Funeral Home--Dependable service. 126 Third St. N. E. Phone 1505. AUTO LOANS FURNITURE LOANS Home Loan Finance COMPANY 204 Forester's Bldg. 10-20 McCormick Dcering-, F-12 Farraall. 15-30 McCormick Deering, John Deere G. P., 18-36 Hart-Parr, 16-30 Hart-Parr, Fordson, 2, 3 and 4 bottom plows. 1 and 2 row cultivators, gang plows and what will you have. J. P. HANSEN Otranto, Iowa. Livestock For Sale 52 FOR SALE--t Poland sows to far- row soon. Ph. 15F12. FOR . _ bath. 211 2 S. W. FOR RENT alpg. rm. Ph. 1718 L-J. Real Estate Loans AS MORTGAGE LOANS ON North Iowa Farms--41/0%-- 5% Mason City Real EstatAs%--6% Prompt Service--Small Expense Choice Mortgages for sale. HUGH H. SHEPARD 502-508 Foresters Bldg. Phone 284 Mason City, Iowa .Optometrists A15 PATTERSON Funeral Home - A service for those who care. Ambulance. 322 N. Wash.. Phone 1140. RANDALL Funeral Home--Ambulance service: 104 3rd St. N E Ph. 511 C. E. Snipps, H. B. Major Cemeteries A3 MEMORIAL PARK--"The Cemetery Beautiful." Perpetual maintenance. Office 612, I. OF Bid" Ph. 172 or 1827J. G. M. Woodruff' Florists BRIGHTEN your home with sprino- flowers and plants. Tulips, hya° cinths, freesiai. narcissus, etc. Kembles Greenhouse. Ph. 55. GLASSES--If your eyes are failing see Dr. Knutsou, Opt., Weir Bldg., and get the best in optical service! Beauty Parlors FOR SALE--Facial chair shampoo board. 117 N. Del. Seeds, Feeds 28 FOR SALE--Alfalfa hay, 58 ton. A Morse, l^i mi. E. Sugar Plant. Business Opportunities 29 FOR SALE--22x36 mod. business building and lot on Main strce of Northwood, cheap for cash. Hel mer Hove. Norlhwood. FOR RENT--2 mod. slpg. rms. Board if desired. Ph. 1901. Apts. for Rent 45 FOR RENT--3 rm. mod. apt. also garage. Inq. 318 8th S. E. FOR RENT Large modern apartment, completely furnished in every detail. Idea! hotel service. Appointments made by calling Mr. Martin, manager, HANFORD HOTEL Phone 2960 FOR RENT -- Ur.furn. mod. apt light, water anj hot water hea free. 726 llth N. E. FOR SALE--Extra good Duroc Jersey sows to farrow in April, also registered Polled Hereford bulls serviceable age. Will Floy, Jr., Thornton. WANTED--Used rurmture. Joe Goss. 212 South Federal. Ph. 942 HIGHEST Cash prices paid for old gold jewelry, watch cases, dental scraps, etc. Blanchard Jewelry. HIGHEST Prices paid lor killer horses. Ph. 2731R2. WANT--To buy Bron?, Turke;- torn. May Johnson, Rt. 3, City/ WANTED--To buy good 8 ft. IHC or Deere disc. s. Walker, Garner. WANTED--To buy elecl motor 220 volt % or IV:. horsepower. Ph. 69R3. WANTED--To buy late model Ford Or Chev. Must be in good cond cash. Ph. 2356J. Wanted to Rent 76 -^^-^^^*^^^--^»^----^*j--^^g^-^»^^^^j^jj^^ J ^ J ^^_ WANTED--Office space ground floor or light, dry basement. Must be reasonable. Write Z-10, Globe- Gazette. FOR SALE--Hampshire gilts to farrow April 1. E. H. Barclay, 2V, miles SW of Rockford. Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 FOR SALE--Pups, part Scottie, ,?2, also ped. wirehaired terrier pups' 912 4th St. S. W. Ph. 3965. Misc. For Sale 55 FOR SALE--Well built house, 9x18 on wneeie, 10 miles south, I mi' east Mason City. Misc. For Rent 56 FOR RENT--4 rm. mod. heated ap See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. For Rent--Mod. 4 rm. unfurn. heat ed apt, newly dec. 1452 N. Fee FOR RENT--3 rm. and bath fron apt., 2 Murphy beds. Ph. 210. FOR RENT--4 rm. mod. apt. 2477 FOR RENT--Mod. apt., $3.50. 4261 Personals FREE! Stomach ulcers, gas pains, indigestion relieved quick. Get free sample doctor's prescription. Udga, at Michael Drug Co. 400 NEW SPRING WALLPAPER PATTERNS. North Iowa's greatest selection. RALPH S. SHEPHERD Paint and Wallpaper 16 First S. E. Opp. Chapman's FOR SALE--Good profitable busi ness; combination filling station restaurant, grocery stock, locatec on main paved highway. Real op portunity for couple wishing to make profitable investment. Down payment will handle. Write K-12 Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--Good cash grocery business, reasonable rent, all mod., hot water heat, good storeroom, basement, garage, living rooms, all mod. A good chance. Must sell. Other matters to see to. Will stand inspection. Come and see for yourself. C. M. Dreher Nora Springs, Iowa. WALLPAPER--1935 stock, ioc value, 4c; 15c value, 6Hc. Many washables included. See our 1936 papers. We sell for less. Star Wallpaper Paint Co., 34 2nd N. E. Lost and Found LOST--Billfold valued as keepsake with currency. Return to Globe- Gazette. Liberal reward. FOR SALE--Beer and cafe. Reasonable for cash. In city of S 000 population. Write Y-lo Globe-Gazette. FOR. SALE--Grocery store, only one in village. Will 'trade for SO A. farm, well improved. A. G. Hegland Bon air, Iowa. Help Wanted, Female 31 WANTED--Girl for general housework. Prefer one to go home nights. Ph. 3945. FOR RENT--5 rm. and bath furn front apt. Ph. 210. FOR RENT--Small st floor fron apt., pri. bath, everything furn Elec. refrig.. close in. Ph. 2243. FOR RENT--2 and 3 rni. apt Adults only. 221 N. Georgia. Houses for Rent 46 FOR RENT--$15 6 rm. paTT^od' 518, fi rm. part, mod.; 520, 4 rm house, mod.; 525, 7 rms. mod.; $30 5 rm. bungalow; ?35. 5 rm. bungalow. W. L. Patton, 109 E. Stale. HOUSE at 422 N. Washington. Former home of H. I. Prusia. In good condition and well located. Shown by appointment. A. M. SCHANKE COMPANY Telephone 1300 FOR RENT--6 rm. mod. house Forest Park 535; 6 rm. part mod. $11; 6 rm. $20; 10 rm. mod. $20; Ftirn. A p t . SZ5. 3 rm, apt. .$10. Kehm Land Co., Phone 827. Houses For Saie 47 FOR SALF--Modern 7 rm. house, well located, close in. ,?400 cash down, balance on easy terms. Beck Bros. Co. ATTENTION POLITICAL CANDIDATES We are prepared to furnish amplifiers and loud speakers for you- coming campaign. Rental price s low you cannot afford to address public gathering without our loui speaker equipment. -Call 355, o write Paul's Radio Service, Mason City, Iowa. Autos tor Sole 79 FOR SALE--1928 Whippet sedan good tires, motor perfect. Onlj 29,000 miles. 525 down. 58 per mo Folsom Auto Co.. 722 S. Fed.' Autos for Sale 7 1934 Do Luxe Plymouth Coach. An exceptionally clean. low mileage, with a wonderfu M guarantee. J. H. MARSTON Phone 162 Lodges and Societies . 1. 0. O. F. LODGE NO. J!4 12V4 E. STATE PHONES :144-W-1U4J Meeting every Tuesday T:3 P. M. 3. C. KOB1NSON. K. G. Ph. 825 WAYMAN CLOSSON rtcc. scc'y. 3-167. H/J. PINE. Fin. Sec'r. LOYAL ORDER OK MOOSE .MOOSE HALL--2ND A.ND S, FEDBRAJL Phone 1276 Meets first and thin! Tiles days of each monui. Every 4tl Tuesday is family nlRht. W. I*. CHAMBERLJN. Die taior. Phone 2549. WILLIAM GKOTH. Scc'y. Phono 303SW BKNEVOLKNCE LODGE NO. US A. F. AND A. SI .7:30 r. M. Stated communication rlrsl Thursday of each month, Distrlcl Grand LodRc School o Instruction. March 10. 11, 12. G. i WOOD. IV. KL C. P. SH1PLET, Scc'y. PKO'.5RAM nptnjcUon and examination at 9:00 a. m, and 1:30 p. .M. or each dny. Secretaries' con- crence, 1:30 p. m. \Vednc.Tlay. Conferring of eprpes tiy i n s t r u c t o r and district lecturers it 7:30 i. m. Tuesday, first decree. Wednesday, ser.ond decree. Thursday, third desrtc. All wtirk inder direction of custodians of the grand odKc. I I A K D I N G LODGE NO. Glit A. F. AND A. M. 7:30 P. SI. Stated meeting First Friday or each month. District Grand Lodpe School of Instruction. March 10, 11, 12. L. L. R A Y M O N D . W. AO C. C. HALPHIDE. Sec'y. ROYAL NKHilinoRS OK AMERICA MOOSE HALL Camp meets 2nd and t b Thursday. 7:30 P. M, Club meets 1st and 3rd Thursdays, 2 P. M. MARGARKT JOHNSON. Oracle. 1CAV BUDWOUTH. Reo. PtlOM 1.1721V Q U K K N K K I U . K A H UHKJF, NO. 106 1. O. O. F. HALL-- 7:.10 -j" Meeting every f i r s t and third Friday of m n n l h . P. N. (J. A . ' m e e t s f i r s t Thursday afternoon each month. .-- .DA CLOSSON, N G 3-1R7 RS. W I N N U T T I N I S , R S MfiW RS. R E KOLW1NSKA, V, S. HSftJ. Singing Waiter and Dancer Prove They Earned Will Bequest WATERLOO. (.¥) -- A singing waiter and a pantomimic dancer have convinced Judge A. B. Lovejoy they are good "savers" and good performers as well. Judge Lovcjoy ruled that Victor H., 29. and Eugene B. Chetam. Jr., 22. of Chicago, arc entitled to Jl.OOO each from the estate of an uncle. ror.\( ii. pitorKKixNos FOR THK .MONTH OK I KIEIU A l t l . I!i:!(! CITY H A t . L . K K B P . U A K Y ,t. 13,'ifi K.-Kiil.y t n n - t l n i ; of 1h- city Cnunull. All Mr. H a r v r y J. B r y a n t , City Solicitor, act- co us C i t y Clerk, u n t i l Resolution .Ni -'''ill a p p o i n t i n g Miss Rena B. Mack, as Cily Mr. Wilcox pr'.-sentrd resolution N«. Z'MZ, a r « f i U i t l o n (*xprossin K tho sympathy of t h n ·omnitinity \n 'he hprcBvcd f a m i l y " of Vr J. H, McKwm, fnrmer City CJ/rk. The rwo^ lutinn was adnpipd, A pctilii.i to ( h d County Board nf Siippr- iporp for the suspension of nropcrty taxes for R. H. DeXu-i, W ns prcprnted. aprrt-veri nrtrl rcrtlfiprt to ihe County Biard of Suncr. -fanrs. The City M a n n e r wns i n s t r u c t e d to t a k n up the m a t t e r nf ihc rrmoval of the crr.ter pier 'tnrter (hi M-ilwinikpc viaduct on South Federal Avrnne. w i t h ihe State Highway Comnilssinn and thr C. M. A St. P. Ry. (;Q in an effort to have this center pier removed. "The City Solicitor and Mayor were in- trucled tn c o n t i n u e ncRotialion.i \viih the M. ft St. L, Ry. Co. In in,, m a t t e r nf cnlng F i f t r c n l h Strrel. ,s, K. crrasinc. This L t i p r to he presented to the new receiver · the Railroad. KKN'A B. M A C K . City C l e r k - A u d i t o r . ,, ^ __ FINANCIAL UTATK.MENT CITY OF MASON C1T1 CASH ACCOUNTS March I. lfl3R .sh nn Hunt) in Ron/J Funds Ffhninry 1, IMS C'ash o n H n n d in n t h r r I'-tmd.'i February \, 1936 !."!!!!"!.".".".' ' ·lice H e p a r l m r n l -- Kinrs and Fr s t ., ^ 'JiTM, Rrt ·lice Department--Licenses , * " " " " ^'|'n n r p a r l m r n t a i fpc.s ".'...'.' iWin ^ervicv Tran^fcrr . . i min'fi i c »lc of Klcctric Code '. te funds "ta(o HJciiway Mn,i"ntrnani '...'..'." Vposits-- Firemen, rolltcmen ntriTft on Securities , o r n r i l i e s Matured . . . . . . J h r a r v -- Fine.i. KCPP »r \VRtcr i!!.'!"'.'.'.."!,"."," a!» of M e l t - i s . Cervices, c i c I n l n n d Lnhor Victor H. Chetam, whose bequest was conditioned on the provision that they both earn and save 5500 each in five years. When Judge Lovcjoy hold they had complied, they "entertained" in appreciation. Victor, a night club entertainer, danced and his brother, a waiter, sang, for the court. AUNTHET By Robert Quillen "I reckon most women are like me. I know Pa ain't perfect, but he's the only man I know that I could stand to have around." ..? 45,W '_'* . 310,374 75 . . MO R-1.22 3,isi.r.f) Poll -Kin. on o.onn.iin" S .'].'!.fl.l 2 2 1 . I S; ·in. no i.MiUY TOTAL R K C K I P T F GOOD WILL USED CARS We have over 40 used car.-? to pick from. Priced from $25.00 up. See us before you buy. TRADE--TERMS John Gallagher, Inc. PONTIAC 6's AND S's SALES SERVICE 25-27 Second St. S. E. Phone 1567 Wearing Apparel ·-- ·^··^·'f^i-^r-^^f~f~^^^^. NEW ARRIVAL Gjrl's, Women's and Boy's Rubber.. 25c and up. Boy's new suits. 51.50 Reduced prices on overcoats. Aiso new arrival wool sweaters and jacket?, 9Sc and up. zipper, button front and slip over type. B O Exchange. 1408 N. Fed Household Goods 7] FOR SALE--Monarch used electric range. Nice, clean, bargain at $25 P. G. E. For Sale--Furniture. (522 N. psnn. FOR SALE--High grade furniture. Birdseye maple dressers, cedar chest, radio, walnut bed. See Scottv 127 2 S. W. FOR SALE--Piano and furniture 110 7th N. E. FOR SALE White enamel "Reliable" gas range, A-l condition, with good broiler and oven control, S25.00. One 2-burncr gas plate. One 1-burner gas plnte. One porcelain top table with good teel griddle and mona metal canopy, 55.00. Apply Kool Ste'in Cafe.' Clear Lake. "OR SALE--Used and rebuilt vacuum cleaners. We rent and repair '1 makes. Wilkinson Radio Supply Co., 14 s. Delaware. Ph. 2872. 'OR QUICK sale walnut dinin? rm. suite, bedroom suite, ruffs.'mis- ellaneous household furnishings 0.4 N. Jeff. fe ' LOW COST TRANSPORTOTION "WE ALWAYS HAVE THE . BUYS" Model A Ford Tudor $123 Model A Ford Touring .. . " s 95 '27 Nash Sedan . . . . ] 5 45 '26 Chevrolet Coach $ 35 '26 Euick Sedan. Clean $ 75 '29 Chevrolet Truck s 75 '29 Ford Truck with coal box. Runs good s 1 25 '27 Dodge 4 Sedan s 75 "n Chevrolet Landau $ 75 '28 Chevrolet Coach. Exceptionally clean 5125 '29 Chevrolet Coupe J165 '26 Chevrolet Sedan .i 45 '29 Whippet Sedan j 95 '27 Studebaker. Clean j 75 We Trade--Easy Terms Open Evenings and All Day Sunday S R Chevrolet Co. North Iowa's Leading: Automobile Dealer 2 DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE ON All R G And Square Deal Used Cars Fords. Chevs.. Plymouths. Many Other Makes. Liberal .Terms. Fair Allowance. WAGNER MOTOR CO. LEGAL NOTICE XOT1CK OF THK APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATORS TATR OF- IOWA. " Ccrro Gordo County. SR. Ko. 4~Q1 NOTTfra IS M K R E B V RIVEN, t h a t (he idcrs^ntiii have ieen duly appointrd anr! lallficd as A d m i n i s t r a t o r s of Din estate cf pepii Kitzi, Deceased, late of Ccrro Oordo ·unly. A l l persons indehterl to said estate e requested; to make i m m e d i a t e payment: (i those luivins claims agAinst the same II present t h e m , d u l y authenticated, to tho clersiunol for allowance, and file In the He/ 1 Df (lift riTk of the District Court -MARY FITZ.L nnd FHANK FITZL, Administrators, Dtmn Mason A t t o r n e i * ! M February zr.lh, 19.",R, S. H. M a c P r a k . Clerk Disirict Court. B y -- A M r p a r o t Hi ley, Deputy. PROTECTION OF LIFE A N D PROPKRTY ; 06" I N ( ORF'ORATIO.V Xoiico j? hcrshy K i v o n if itic o r p n n i ^ a t i o n of a corporation for r^t-uni-Tr?' profit inidfr ihe namr- r.r A l l i e d Central Organization w i t h ils principal pla^e nr husinrss in Mason C i l y , Cf.rrn f'.nrdo C o u n t y . Iowa. 1. The general natnrt- of tlir hnsinppc to he, trnnsacled shall he t » enpaRp in the ret a i l inc. johbinp, whole.salinj; nnrt sales promotion of hardware. niUnmohile supplies, fleetrical supplies, paintp and any kindred lines. 2. The total number f.(. -shares which may be issued by ihe corporation if one hundced - 1 ! of v:h»:h shall have no par v a l u e \]\ isren shall !^ paid for in ca?h when issued. ;i. Tho corporation shall commence hu s i- ·sp nn Hie r»ih day of January. 3936. an/} c u i t i n u c ;or a period of t w e n t y years -3. The management if this "corporation 'hall lie vested in a board of directors of, not less t h a n two no r more than rive director?. The directors shall he elected at ln e anmn! m c c t i n c n f the ^tockholdn--!. to he held at Ihe principal piac- o f busintP.", "n ihf ihir-i Monday of February of each yfftr. Until such election ttie directors K. H. Kwald'. poi Second Street S. W.. M. K. K w n i d . SOI Second Street S W Mfl,«on Ci^y. lotva. fl. P r l v R t p proprrty or the stockholder? *! ihtp corporation shall bp exempt from l a h l l f i y for i h e debts of the corporation ALLIED CENTRAL ORGANIZATION. By E. H. Ewald. President and ".. R. E\va!d. Secretary. 90th Birthday Celebrated. CALMAR--"Grandma" Nockels celebrated her ninetieth birthday .t the home of her daughter, Mrs. Herman Bush, when a number of datives and friends spent the af- crnoon with her. LIVESTOCK AUCTION SALE Sales Pavilion CLEAR LAKE, IOWA Friday, March 13 At 1 :00 P. M. HORSE SALE Saturday, March 14 CLEAR LAKE AUCTION CO. (iennra.1 Kxpcnse Scwajir Disposal nnri FCWPI-JJ darhnKP Disposal and CrjHe Street U c h t i n p Kfmnvine Snmi- nnd lr* . .M-. K. K.-jvilr.s -ind Supplies Miscellaneous Salaries and \VSRPS i\!ntci-lal and Truck Supplies Purvey " f ' s y s l r m ... LilitH a n d ' Pnwcr '.' ]'. Telephone Service ... Turks M u n i c i p a l Band . .... :icemp?Ts Pension Firemen'? Pension . . Comfort S t a t i o n Library Inlpri-at nn Bonds .. 3onris Matured on Hand in B"ml Fund? March I, ISi.16 i on Kant! in Other run^s March 1. 193fi "."'.'. 30,205,91) 3. (125.25 2fi.fi45.3n ? RF.NA B. MACK. Cily Clork-Au t*i 4S Horse Sale! CLEAR LAKE, IOWA Saturday, March 14 - 1 P. M. /« A flffi 1 Af| OF GOOD WORK HORSES $W flKllHf AND COLTS Cleat* Lake Horse Market LIVESTOCK SALE FRIDAY, MARCH 13 202 1st S. K. Phone 922 "OR SALE--m 1 ?:? Tcrraplnnc For- dor sedan. 106 in. W. B. Lots of peed. 21 miles per gal. Lapiners. e q u i p m e n t ver E q u i p m e n t every owner ; Farmer. See the Ko\v C'rop "70" and "!)0" P U B L I C SALE Owing (o pnor hrallh I am quitting farming and will sell at Public Auction nn my farm J mills northeast of 'Clear Lake and 10 miles' northwest of Mason city, on COMMENCING AT 12:30 O'CLOCK SHARP 2 HEAD OF HOKSES-l sorrel mare, 6 years old, hn-d to foal in April, wt. 1400 lbs. : 1 brown mare, 7 years old. wt. ISflft Ibs 30 HEAD OK CATTLK-7 Ho.strin cows. 5 B ivinp milk, other, to freshen «mn; I fi.iornsoy heifer, fresh soon: 2 Hnlsfr-j,, heifers, fresh soon: 3 HoIsU-i,, heifers coming; 2 years old; 3 Holsttin heifers romlng- year old; .-, calves coming 1 year old; I black steer; 1 red steer- I ml hoilcr; I black heifer, and 1 roan h e i f e r ; 1 red hull: 1 roan heifer cominsr I year old; 1 Mark h-ifer coming I year old fall if's" ° F HO(:S ~ 8 brood S(MVS (lue *' farrow In April; 15 F A R M M A C H I N K K V , ETC.-I Fordson tractor; b uw. saw for Fordson; John Deere tractor plow, 14 in.. 2 bottom; 10-ft. disc- 4-secrlon pounder steel harrow; S-section wooden harrow 2-section «'e5l harrow; broad cast seeder; 2-sectioi, spring tooth harrow; John Deere walking plow, 14 In.; McCormick 8-ft. binder; McCormick corn binder: McCormick manure spreader; Deering 6-ft mower- hay rake; unijon w i t h rack; harness; ,-orn planter- corn nlow : wagon with box: bob sled: corn .shelter: grinder, 6-in. burr; fan,,"",; -I!' r Vo""r" "«' * "'"'· | ' in -; ""* heater; De Laval cream separator, .No. I , , ; 8 ten S allon milk cans; d r i l l , and other articles too numerous (o mention. -limits 100 « K A l \ -- » ( m hii. (iopher oats: 20 l,u. Velvet barley; 5 1m. seed corn- 4 ton t i m o t h y h a y ; 4 (on alfalfa hay; 30 ton ensilage 2? 1 '" 5 "";!, 1 TM,'' 1 ' 50)ns - z - h '"n " «" »tow : library table; brooder stove; KIIIII si/.e, used one summer: laundry stove K tt ^. r T^"^r^: Avith ·"-·«"""· *» P"PA. F. WALLACE, OWNER "L. S !l n !l'";.:^l^^J^;^^'L^"' ni;s '"··*'''· M '"'"n City, clerk

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