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FEBRUARY 25 I 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 19 ··Smiles, Miles and Wiles All in Any Used Car Listed Here Each Day GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT AD BATES. Fifteen cents a. line first Insertion. Ten cents a line for each consecutive subsequent insertion. (Count five average words to the line.) Seven insertions are given for the price of six. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ADVERTISING. 70c per column inch each Insertion. A discount of 15 per cent will be allowed on all classified advertisements paid for at the time of insertion or not later than 24 hours thereafter. Answers to blind advertisements must be addressed to the letter stated in the ad, care ot the Globe-Gazette. Under no circumstances will the Globe-Gazette reveal the name of those inserting ''blind" advertisements' Help Wanted, Male Lost and Pound-LOST--At Decker's Tuesday afternoon, Elgin wrist watch. For reward call 19F4. Money to Loan-LOANS TM $300 --on-DIAMONDS-FURNITURE-A UTOS-S A I.AP.Y No Publicity No Delays 1 to 20 Months to^epay SECURITY LOAN CO. WANTED--Married man without children to work on farm. Reliable and exp. State wages expected. Write R-20, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Good steady man for filling station. Write T-23, Globe- Gazette. WANTED--Elderly couple who wants good home in exchange for helping with chores. Write Y-23, Globe-Gazette. WANTED -- Experienced fireman. Ph. 2960 or write P. O. Box 115. Help Wanted, Female-WANTED--Exp. waitress at Rendezvous Luncheonette. MAN with family wants hskpr. on farm. Write Y-24, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Girl for housework in country, 3 in family. Ph. 20F21. For Rent, Rooms-- FOR RENT--Mod. well furn. sleeping rm., close in. Ph. 3491W. FOR RENT--Rooms. 132 2nd S. W. FOR RENT--Comfortable furn. sip. rm. 203 1st S. E. FOR RENT--2 slpg. mis. In private home. Ph. 2929WR. Poultry and Eggs-- PRICED FOR. QUICK SALE Bronze turkey toms and hens. MRS. GREGORY L1NDON Clear Lake, Iowa I CARS AND TRUCKS PRICED TO-SELL FOR RENT--Furn. hskg. and slpg. rms. Ask Mrs. Harris. FOR RENT--Warm slpg. rm. 2974J. FOR RENT--Beorm. 224 W. State. FOR RENT--2 furn. hskg. rooms with sip. porch. 210 N. Ad. 3582. FOR RENT--Choicely furn. room. Home privileges. 120 1 N. W. 650J. Desirable FOR RENT furn. liskpg. rnis., hot water heat, hard wood floors, newly decorated. 672 E. State. Salesmen "Wanted-WANTED--Young man to travel in nearby counties. About $27.50 per week to start. Car furnished where necessary. Write J-16, Globe-Gazette. Business Location -- Office and small warehouse space. PHONE 50 Phalen Cleaners JFOR RENT--Vi of store room on N. Fed., also part of basement. 672. 831 1st Ntitl. Bk. ?hone 412 1 OANS Household ""' Up to 5300 AND Automobiles REPAY IN I TO 20 MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS C L. PINE LOAN CO. 201-5-6 Weir Bldg. State St. Fed. Ave. Phone 224 Services Offered-- PAINTING, paper h'ging. Ph. 2777. PLASTERING new and repairing Work guaranteed. Harry Fleming. Ph. 3459J. WANTED--Washings. Ph. 2448 J. Paper'g., palnt'g. Stewart. 2835W. UPHOLSTERING, Repairing. Cornstock Furn. Co., Phone 2708. PAPERING, Painting. Klarr. 2127W. ,1' M O N E Y ! $ F O R ALL P U R P O S E S fj Loaned on your ! S5 Auto, Furniture or Other Security. 1 it Cars refinanced on smaller pay- I ot ments. Vj5 HOME LOAN FINANCE CO. i II 2nd Floor M. B. A. Bldg. Phone 727 GENERAL HOUSECLEANING of all kinds and wall paper cleaning, 50c a room and up. Wash wood work, wax and polish floors, painting by hour or job. PH. 3030 FOR RENT--Large well furn. hskpk. or slpg. rooms. 2 baths in house. Close In. 30 Second Northwest. Phone 2440W. FOR RENT--March 1st, 2 nicely furn. Ithskg. rms. Ph. 3414. FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. Ph. 593. FOR RENT--Sleeping rm. in modern home, close In. Phone 917W. IT IS SAFE TO BUY TRIPLE BLOODTESTED CHICKS If a hatchery company does not have Triple Bloodtcsted Chicks they can't sell them. We have them and we sell them cheaper than ordinary hatchery chicks and guarantee them to live two weeks. CUSTOM HATCHING S2.50 PER 100 EGGS Mason City Hatchery Reo 2-ton truck with good stock body 1927 Reol'/ 2 -Ton 1927 Dodge Graham Truck 1927 Dodjre Truck 1928 Wolverine Sedan 1928 Willys Knia-hl Sedan 1928 Essex Coupe 1927 Marmon Roadster 1928 Very good shape Very good Ford Coupe Ford Roadster Ford Sedan Model T. Model T. Model T. Section 2. That the rights herein granted are subject to the exercise of the police power as the same now is or may hereafter bo conferred upon said Town; Section 3. That Central West Public Service Company shall upon demand, pay the cost of publishing this ordinance and of holding the election hereinafter referred to; Section 4. Nothing in this franchise shall be construed to mean that this is any exclusive franchise, as the Council reserves the right to grant additional franchises to other parties. Section 5. That this ordinance 3BALMAT-DUESENBERG CO, MASON CITY, IOWA 19-25 3rd St. N. W. Open Evenings Phone 3600 Musical Instruments-- FOR SALE--Haynes Ph. 173. silver flute. F ( OR RENT--Furn. hBkg. rms., vate entrance. 207 6th N. E. pn- FOR RENT--Choice of two extra large light housekeeping rooms. All f.urn., gus and light Included. 228 1st S. E. Z Biks. E. of Postoffice. FOR RENT--Fine warm furnished room. Private entrance. Ph. 1321. FOR RENT Furnished room in new home. Close in. PHONE 487 FOR RENT--Furn. Igt. hskpg. rms. Ph. 1460-J. 20 Fourth St. N. W. For Rent, Apartments FOR RENT--2 rm. apt., reasonable. Ph. 304. FOR RENT=^4 rm. modern apt. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. Situations Wanted-- ^ WOMAN wants hour work of any kind. Ph. 17H9. ^ WOMAN Wants hour or day work. Ph. 3438W. MARRIED MAN Wants job on farm. Exp. tractor work. Can furn. best ref. C. 15. Beaman Luverne, Iowa EXP. TRUCK DRIVER wants any kind of work. Write S-23, GLOBE-GA/ETTE 'SINGLE Exp. farm hand wants job. '! Call John Trustem, Hanlontown. , "WANTED--General hswk. by exp. girl. Especially good with children. Ph. 3123J. For Sale, Farms-- PHONE 3538J J. DAHLSTItOM Paper bunging and Painting. Let us estimate your work A. H. SKELLINGER Building mover. Now located at Cerro Gordo Hotel. 1'IIONE FOR INFORMATION FOR RENT--Mod. apt., 3 rms. and bath, 2 Murphy beds. Call 210. Business Opportunities -- Garage equipment cheap if taken at once. Rent cheap. Write L-2S, GLOBE-GAZETTE EQUIPMENT FOR TIRE SHOP NEARLY NEW--CHEAP New Ford car not yet delivered, $35 discount. Model T Ford roadster with box, '31 license, §30. FRANK at 70G N. Federal Farm Machinery- TODAY'S BEST BUYS Prices will be greatly reduced on our entire stock of used cars. We have a number of used cars, prices ranging from ?485 to 5785, which are just like new. We also have a number of other cars, prices ranging from $25 to $425. Now is your chance to buy some real values at very low prices. You owe it to yourself to come in and look our stock over before you buy. If we do not have the car you want or' the terms cannot be arranged to suit you, there is no obligation. We also have a number of brand new 1930 Oldsmobiles which can be bought at a substantial saving. BUI' NOW DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY SAVE MONEY 'OWEN OLDSMOBILE CO. 817 2nd St. S. W. ' Phone 81 The New 19S1 Oldsmoblles Are Now on Display in Our Showroom. Ask for Demonstration Today. "Those Who Try It, Buy It." shall be in full force and effect and shall constitute a binding contract between the Town of Swaledale, Iowa, and Central West Public Service Company when the same shall have been approved by a majority of the electors of said Town voting thereon, and when the provisions hereof shall have been accepted in writing by Central West Public Service Company and such acceptance filed with the Town Clerk. Attest: R. C. TAYLOR, Town Clerk. Approved: G. A. EDDY, Mayor. The polls will be open continuously from 8 a. m. to 7 p. m. Wanted to BUY- WANTED ·-- Good used threshing machine. M. Halfwassen, JMeser- vey. ·: WANTED -- To buy good second hand trunk for model A Ford. Ph. 1800. WANTED --· To purchase grocery store fixtures. What have you? Write W-23, Globe-Gazette. OFFICIAL NOTICE 1 Shaw giirden tractor with twin engines; 1 walking plow; single horse cultivator; mower; good 1,000 chick Sol Hot oil brooder; second- crop baled alfalfa; fine pony mare with saddle and bridle. J. A. PRICE CLEAR LAKE FOR RENT DOWNTOWN Outside 3 rooms and bath apt. Everything furnished. PHONE 3611J AFTER 5:30 PAINT'G., Paperg. Turner. 14.70J. WANTED--Sewing, plain and fancy. 2954W. For Rent, Houses-- Do you want to rent, buy or sell a home. Call W. H. Briar. Ph. 341-i. FOR RENT--To responsible party, after March 1, 6-rm. mod. house, excellent condition. Garage, garden, etc. Phone 706. FOR RENT--Small partly mod. hse. on Willow Drive. Inq. 531 5 S. E. FOR RENT--Heated apt. Ph. 2877. FOR RENT -- 5 rooms and bath mod. apt. Phone 209. FOR RENT--3-rm. mod. apt. 116 7th N. E. Ph. 2329. NEW 1931 Model McCormlck-Deer- ing Farm-All tractor right off dealer's Moor. Will sell for ?700. Ben Wilkinson, Daws, Iowa. Wearing FOR. SALE--Am. Oppossum fur ct, $20. Ph. 1344 bet. 6-7:30 p. m. For Sale or Trade--- FR SALE OR TRADF--Yearling Guernsey bull. Ready for service. M. R. Brim, Mason City, Iowa, 6 ml. east of city. For Sale, Livestock-- FOR SALE--Team of horses. Raymond Coo, northwest of city. Trade or Exchange-- FOR RENT--5 rm. duplex apt. E. V. Harper. Ph. 1773 or 1445. FOR RENT--Nice apt. Knights of Columbus bldg. See J. A. Sullivan. Ph. 83 or 1598. FOR RENT 2-rm. apt. with kitchenette, furnished. 12 V, NINTH NORTHEAST FOR RENT--6 rm. mod. hse. 2253. FOR RENT--7 rm. all mod. home. 145 Sixth S. W. Inq. 615 S. Adams. FOP.. RENT--2 new houses, 6 street SE. Ph. 808 after G p. m. 2177. FOR RENT--Mod. 6-rm. house. 1st good! s . E _ Phone 3224J. FOR SALE--Some mighty clean well improved farms near j -Mason City and Nora Springs. No j FOR RENT--4 rm. house lights quack, fine buildings, near school. C. E. Sellen, Nora Springs, Iowa. Household Goods -- Large Round Oak heater and kitchen cabinet and kerosene stove oven. Phone 28F31. FOR SALE Chamber's tireless r.ingc, k cabinet, table and chairs, sewing machine, dresser, walnut desk, bed. PHONE 1072 Auction Sale at llth N. E. and North Federal 3 :30 P. M., FRIDAY, FEB. 27, 1931 Dressers, Stands, Singer Sewing Machine, Beds, Springs and Mattresses, Dining Room Set, Cots,. Rocking Chairs and Straight Chairs, Kitchen Cabinet, Gas Stoves, Kitchen Ware and Dishes. Mjiny articles not listed here. Bring what you have to sell. J. M. ROBERTSON, Allot. H. E. SWARNER, Clerk. and gas, $16 a mo. Ph. 837. FOR RENT--Modern 5 rm. bungalow. Ph. 1720. FOR RENT--5 rm. house. 503 S. Ad. Male or Female-- STRAIGHT SALARY: 535 per week and expenses. Man or woman with rig to introduce Poultry Mixture, Itchen Eureka Mfg. Co., East St. Louis. 111. For Sale, Miscellaneous--· GRADED POTATOES FOR SALE JOHN HOFMIOISTER 4 miles north and three miles cast of St. Ansgar. Office Supplies- FOR SALE Office Furniture and Equipment. PHONE 935 WANTED--Furniture in exchange for storage. Call 315 Eadmar after 6 p. m. FOR SALE--P. B. Shorthorn bull, milking strain, Z yra. old. Good individual, priced reasonable. F. W. Friedow, Britt, Iowa. I OWN GOOD SOUTH DAKOTA FARM LAND, CLEAR to exchange for well improved Iowa farm or up to dale city property. E. E. HARRISON Forest City Iowa Educational Opportunities MAIL ^LERKS^Carriers. $1700 to $2300 year. Men 18-45. Steady work. Common education sufficient. Paid vacation. Sample examination coaching and full particulars free. Apply today sure. Write Y-4, Globe- Gazette. Business and Professional Directory Auto Electrical and Battery Service-- ^IVlASCw'cfrY BATTERY AND ELECTRIC CO. NEW RATTEllIES $5.M And VnnT Old Batter? 30-1 SECOND S. W. PHONE 389 Tailor-~'"~J. O. SELBY MERCHANT TAILOR New Spring Styles--Suits §35 to $75 Opposite Hanford Hotel Ph. 1158 FOR SALE--Western Electric farm phone, John Deere I'/i horse gas engine nearly new, Aladdin lamp. Phone 60J2. Jno. Hanson. For Sale--Real Estate-FOR SALE--Practically new home Wildwood. Terms. -Ph. 30 or 1644. FOR SALE;--New home. Ph. 2667. FOR SALE--Mod. 5 rm. bungalow In Grandvlew at the right price and favorable terms. Ph. 3414. W H. Briar. FOR SALE--New home. Ph. 999. FOR SALE--Good 6 rm. hse. Must be moved by March 1. Ph. 1897. FOR SALE--All mod. 4 rm. bungalow. Call 3764W. Wanted To Rent-- WANTED TO RENT Large house in north pnrt of toivn. Must be reasonable. PH. 626 P'OR SALE--HAY. Phone 1435-W. FOR SALE--One 8 ft. show case. Bargain, ?15. Chicago Meat Market. FOR SALE--8 ft. show case. 672. WILL SACRIFICE ·I shelf pastry oven In good condition, $20. Ph. 3428W. Call at 110 SIXTH S. W. EVENINGS FOR SALE -- Kerosene brooder stove, used one season. Ph. 1566J. FOR SALE Oliver typewriter, standard keyboard, cheap. Write BOX 2G NORTHWOOD For Sale or Rent -- My 2 acres on the corner o£ Washington and Center street. Good modern 7-room house. Barn, chicken house, hog house nnd garage. Fruit of nil kinds. Possession March 1. PHONE 178 V. G. SfcinfieM Clear Lake FOR SALE OR RENT 20 acres. March i, with buildings PHONE ED BENHART 1 Plymouth Iowa Funeral Directors-- McAULEY FUNERAL HOME 8 South Adams Phone 651 Contractors -- j*ncrnl UulldlnR Cxmtrnctora Ifcpolj \\otlt Altcrntlnn Worli Small Orrlera Oandlcd Promptl? tflH Mn. fres. Ave. , E'hone 431 Repair Work-- HARRY A. WALTER SPEEDWAY GARAGE COS S. Pres. Ave. General Kcpnlr XVork nnd SlnruKf?--flpeclnl- ItlnK ttn Onldnnd nntl rnntlnc. Oppn evc- n l n ^ K nml Knnrfay morning. Day nud Nlehl U'rtcUlMR Service. Prirefl on repairing and \vrccWny service rcdurril during February. All u'nrlr Riinranlprd. PHONE 1196 FOR SALE Team of gray horHes, S and 4; span of mules, 5 and R years old. l'/ 4 miles west of Rockwell, Iowa. M. J. MURPHY FOR SALE Choice Duroc brood sows, 200 ? eI 5 ' 400 Ibs. J. RUSSELL CURRIER to Board of Railroad Commissioners of tho State of Iowa. TO THE CITIZENS OF CERRO GORDO COUNTY: Notice is hereby jjiven that Howard A. O'Lcary, Jno. A. Senneff and Jno. A. Senneff, Jr., Mason City, Iowa, for a corporation to be o r g a n i z e d as Trans-Mississippi Transportation Company, M a s o n City, Iowa, have filed with the Iowa Board of Railroad Commissioners, an application for a Certificate of Convenience and Necessity to operate as a motor carrier of passengers and a limited amount of freight under the provisions of Chapters 252-A1 and 252-A2, Code of Iowa, 1927, between Mason City, Plymouth, Osage, New Haven, Riceville, Saratoga, Davis Corners, Cresco, Ridgeway, Decorah, Waukon, Cliurch, Lansing and the east line of the State of Iowa, in Cerro Gordo, Worth, Mitchell, Howard, Wlnneshlek and Allamakee Counties, Iowa. The Board of Railroad Commissioners has fixed Tuesday, March 10, 1931, one o'clock P. M., at the Hanford Hotel, Mason City, Iowa, as time and place for hearing said application. BOARD OF RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS OF THE STATE OF IOWA. Goo. L. McCaughan, Secretary. Repair Contract for Postoffice Awarded to M. M. Moen Company The $3,000 contract for repairs to the roof and cornices of the Mason City postoffice was awarded to M. M. Moen and company, 818 President avenue southwest, the treasury department announced Wednesday. The Moen bid was the lowest of five. Under terms of the contract the work is to be completed in 90 days. Immanuel Lutheran F a t h e r s and Sons Hold Annual Banquet Fathers and sons to tho number o£ about 100 were gathered about the tables at the Immanuel Lutheran church Tuesday evening for the annual banquet sponsored by the brotherhood of the church. The program for the evening was a varied one, with a blending of the serious with the lighter vein of enter- NEW REGULATION ON RAIL CHARGES Payment Within 48 or 96 Hours Required by New Rules. The Chamber of Commerce is in. receipt of a copy of an order of the interstate commerce commission effective on March 10, 1931. prescribing new regulations covering tho payment of charges to railroads within a specified time. The new regulations provide Jn substance that railroads may, upon taking precautions deemed by them to be sufficient to assure payment of charges, relinquish possession, of the freight in advance of the payment of charges and extend shippers the privilege of paying such charges within 48 hours or; where retention, of the freight by the railroad will retard tho prompt delivery of freight and release of equipment or station facilities such privilege may be extended, at the discretion of the railroad to 96 hours. Must Present Bills. Railroads, under the new regulations, are required to present theie freight bills prior to 12 o'clock midnight following delivery of freight except in cases where the railroad has insufficient information on which to compute its charges where freight bills must be presented not later than 12 o'clock midnight following; the day on which sufficient Information is available. Shippers may elect to have their freight bills presented by mail ia which case the postmark shall determine the time of presentation. Where freight bills are presented prior to or at time of delivery of freight the 48 or 06 hour period begins to count from the first 12 o'clock midnight following delivery of the feight. When presented after delivery of the freight then the period begins to count from the Auto Accessorles- ' FOR SALE 1920 Chevrolet Truck. New tires. Steel dump box. §285. 1828 Chevrolet Laudau. Priced to sell at once. Will take In small trade or terms. PH. 2918W FOR SALE--FORD BODIES 1925 Tudor $10.00 1J127 Coupe $15.00 Both bodies exceptionally good. NORA SPRINGS AUTO WRECKING CO. PATTERSON FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service 322 N. Washington Phone 1140 Radio Service -- Experienced Radiotricians on All Radios Phono 855 7 2nd St. S. W.-- K. C. BldR. RADIO ELECTRIC REPAIR SHOP Specialists in Repairing Radio and electric appliances. PHONE 480 4th St. N. E. and N. Federal HOME Mrs. Muyrmrd's Special cakes for special occasions. Home-made iingel food, Lady ISaltl more, etc., halted on order. 920 N. Federal Phono 3097 Brake Service-F -*- PK, R E E Brake Inspection KFM-b BRAKE SErtVICK 20 3nl S. W. Chiropodist-- CHIROPODIST Office now open with all tho latest methods ot procedure, 316 1st Nntl. Bank Bldg. Offlco phono 331; residence phono 844. Used Automobiles-- WE BUY-WE SELL--WE TRADE Used Care Exclusively Ph. 3993. Del. 2nd St. S. E. \Vo Finance Time Payment Sales LARSEN AUTO MARKET USED CARS of MERIT 1029 Whippet 6 Coach, new tires. 1929 Whippet 4 Coach, new tires. 192! Chevrolet 6 Coach, like new. 1928 Chevrolet 4 Coach, perfect. 1927 Willys-Knight Sedan, O. K. 1027 Whippet 4 Coupe, A-l. 1927 Whippet 4 Conch. 1925 Ford Coupe. Sea the new 1981 Willys 6 niul 8 and Willys-Knight now on display. Prices reduced from $170 to $700. HATHORN AUTO CO. PHONE 447--148 Des Moines, Iowa, 1931. February 14, tainment. The speaker was Dr. W. H. NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF FOREIGN EXECUTORS STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. No. 4052 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned have been duly appointed and qualified as Foreign Executors of the estate of James B. Schermerhorn. deceased, late of Kennepin County, Minnesota. All persons indebted to said estate arc requested to make immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them duly authenticated to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court. FLORENCE A. SCHERMERHORN HENRY A. SHERMAN and JNO. R. VAN DERLIP. Dated February 9, 1931. Smith and Feeney, Attorneys. S. H. MacPeak, Clerk District Court By--Margaret Riley, Deputy. NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION Spence, pastor of the First M. F/. church. He spoke on "The Boy," presenting the various ages in tho development oC the boy, and especially emphasizing the importance of adult and paternal leadership in that age when a boy craves am needs that leadership for n. well- rounded development. Several musical numbers were given by the church orchestra and tho brotherhood quartet. Oscar O'Green and Bernard Hulke favored with several mandolin and guitar numbers, as also did Henry and Orris Herfindahl on the violin and the clarinet. "Whistling" Johnson gave n whistling number, and a humorous three-minute talk on "Abe." A reading in dialect was given by Marshall Heukerson, in which he impersonated "Mr. Schultz" running for alderman and making sn election address. In the contests the asvard for the smallest feet went to Henry Herfindahl. The award for the largest feet went to Ernest Nygren. Axel Wallskog won the award for tha largest waist line, while the distinction of having the most slender waist line went to Nels Langren. The meal was served by a committee from the Dorcas Aid and Martha Societies. The Rev. B. T. Erholm acted an toastmaster. AT THE HOSPITALS first 12 o'clock midnight following: presentation of the bill. Payment of charges by means other than cash must be satisfactory to the railroad. When payment is made by valid checks, drafts, money orders, etc., and same are mailed the time of payment shall )e determined by the postmark. Bills for additional charges and "or such charges as are, under tho tariffs, dcterminable monthly, must be paid within 15 days from date of the presentation by the railroads. Do Not Grunt Authority. The commission, in. prescribing these rules, called particular attention to the fact that the interstate commerce laws do not grant authority to require railroads to grant such so-called credit privilees. Railroads can, if they so elect, demand payment of charges prior to forwarding or delivery of freight. ThQ commission's rules are prescribed simply to insure equal treatment of shippers under like conditions. Failure of shippers to comply with tha railroads reasonable requirements as to presenting evidence of thctr financial ability to justify credit ig sufficient to justify railroads in demanding payment of charges in advance. Shippers are reminded that deviations from the regulations governing payment of charges within tho prescribed time will be sufficient justification for railroads refusal to extend further credit privileges and to require payment of charges in advance. These regulations were prescribed after extended hearings and investigation covering several months at which .shippers, thru the national industrial traffic league, presented many arguments for longer periods. , FOR SALE 1020 Olds Couch. Has trunk, 4 new tires, good motor. Reasonable. Will take- small car as part payment. Write Y-25, GLOBE-GAZETTE Brick Contractors-- Before you do any kind of BRICK WORK call for information and estimates. MAX PETERSEN Phono 1067 3103 South Federal HENRY HKIDERICH Phono S978W 730 loth Place N. E. REAL ESTATE- THEODORE KOERBER Real Estate -- Steamship Agency 121/j 2nd Street Northeast Telephone 3054 Barber Shops-B. O. BARBER SHOP UNION SHOP Experienced Barbers Corner Federal and 14th Northwest Legal Notices NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL In District Court, January Term, of 1931. STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, sa. No. 4057 To All Whom It May Concern: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That nn Instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Jacob Nissen, deceased, dated July 12, 1928, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the 9th day of March, 1031, Is fixed for hearing proof of same at the 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 the day above mentioned, all persons Interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why said Instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Mason City, Iowa, Feb. 10, 1931. S. H. MacPEAK, Clerk of District Court. By--Margaret Riley, Deputy. Notice is hereby given that Ordinance No, 23 was passed by the Council and approved by the Mayor on the 4th day of February, 1931, in the manner provided by law, and that the Council has called a special election to be held on the 30th ciay of March, 1931, for the purpose of submitting' said ordinance to the voters, and has directed that there be submitted to the voters of the Town of Swaledale, Iowa, at said special ele'ction the following proposition: OFFICIAL BALLOT (Notice to Voters: For an affirmative vote upon the question submitted in this ballot, make a cross (X) mark in the square after the word "Yes." For a negative vote, make a similar mark in the square following the word "No.") Shall the Following Public Measure be Adopted ? YES* . NO Ordinance No. 23. An Ordinance Granting to Central West Public Service Company, a Corporation, to Use and Occupy the Streets, Alleys and Other Public Places of the Town of Swaledale, Iowa, for the Purpose of Constructing. Maintaining and Operating a General Telephone and Telegraph System Within Said Town. Be It Ordained by the Town Council of Swaledale, Iowa. Section I. That Central West Public Service Company, a Corporation, its successors and assigns, are hereby granted the right to use and occupy the streets, alleys and other public places of the Town of Swaledale, Iowa, for a term of twenty-five (25) years from the effective date hereof, for the purpose of constructing, maintaining and operating a general telephone and telegraph system within said Town; Mrs. A. W. BartEls, Garry, S. Dak., underwent a minor operation at Park hospital Tuesday. Raymond Vosburgh, son of Elmer Vosburgh, route No. 2, underwent a minor operation, at Story hospital Tuesday. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Floys Kitchens, Nora Springs, at Mercy hospital Tuesday. Mrs. Henry Paulson, Manly, was dismissed from Mercy hospital with her infant daughter Tuesday. Mrs. Gerald Janssen, who has been at Mercy hospital for a major operation, was dismissed Tuesday. Inez Malcomson, Forest City, was admitted to Park hospital for a minor opertion Tuesday. Dr. T. T. Blaise, 175 Crescent drive, was admitted to Park hospital for treatment Tuesday. Carl Carlson, Latimer, was admitted to Park hospital for a minor operation Tuesday. Mrs. F. T. Champion, Osnge, WHS admitted to Park hospital for examination and treatment Tuesday. John Whitt, route No. 4, was admitted to Mercy hospital for treatment Tuesday. Kenneth Bunns, Wotlen, was admitted to Mercy hospital for treatment Tuesday. Rosemary Gaelzinger, 220 Seventh street northeast, wan admitted to Mercy hospital for a major operation Wednesday. H. J. Sack, 115 Fourth street southwest, was admitted to Mercy hospital for treatment Wednesday. Mrs. Rupert Bovven, D5G Twclflh street northeast, was dismissed from Park hospital Tuesday following a minor operation. Mrs. B. J. RasmuFsen and baby son, 1312 Hampshire avenue southeast, were dismissed from Park hospital Tuesday. Mrs. Sarah Yuseloff, 718 Adams avenue southwest, was dismissed from Park hospital Tuesday following n minor operation. Mrs. Claude Lantz, 30',i First street southeast, who has been at Park hospital for treatment, wa3 dismissed Tuesday. An eight pound ten and one hal£ ounce son was born to Mr. and Mm, H. R. Wolf, 112 Third street southwest, at Park hospital Tuesday. Mrs. Elmer Shoots, Britt, who underwent a major operation at Mercy hospital, was dismissed Tuesday. Mrs. James Birdwell, 920 Ninth; street northeast, was dismissed from Mercy hospital. Tuesday following treatment. Salesmen Wanted to represent The National Cash Register Company in introducing an entirely new lino of cash registers Men who qualify will be given n. thorough training In the sale of a new and entirely different cash register. Those with previous selling records and with automobiles will be given preference. This is an opportunity to make a permanent connection with a company that is a leader In its field. Under our liberal commission plan the opportunity for promotion and financial reward is unlimited. You could choose no better business for your life's work. Thousands of men have made an outstanding success in the past and are doing so tnday in this work. Make applications to A. B. COUNSELL, Sales Agr-nt 111 East State, Mason City- Wednesday and Thursday or write National Cash Register Co. Fort Dodge, Iowa

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