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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAliJUTTJfi, i^BRUAKY 6 · 1USV SAVE YOUR NECK --TRADE THAT RAMBLIN' WRECK Classified 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' to Each Line--Minimum Ad Two Lines J Size One Diiy Three Days Seven Days 2 Lines...5 .30 S .70 51.30 3 Lines 1.05 1.95 4 Lines .. .60 1.40 2,60 5 Lines .. .75 1.75 3.25 6 Lines . . .30 2.10 3.90 7 Lines .. 1.05 2.45 4.55 B Lines .. 1.20 2.80 5.20 9 Lines .. 1.35 3.15 5.85 PK1CES FOR CONSECUTIVE DAYS 15% discount if the ad is paid within 5 days oC the day it is inserted. Lost and Found ,OST--Key ring at Central Skating rink. Return to \V. M. Mann, ilobD-Gazette. Reward. ,OST--Keys between Krcsge $1 Store and Palace Theater. Revard. Ph. 531. ,OST--Large brown purse. Return to Mason City Fruit Co. Ask for A. M. Reward. Personals Money to Loan 19 Friendly Financial SERVICE You need not hesitate to see us if noncy is needed. We are always lad to explain our plan. Consoli- ate your obligations into one ac- ount with one small payment monthly. Jnited Financial Service 1st N. W.. . Ph. 1414 LOSE weight daily. Sure, safe, inexpensive. Write Dr. Wendt, Canton, S. Dak. .ENORE E. SWINEHARI announces that she will continue the management and ownership at the NEHI BOTTLING CO. Mis: Swinehart was formerly Mrs. S. A. Twining. ·CHRYSLER. AIRTEMP", the perfect air conditioning. J. H Marston, 107 1st St. S. E. Ph. 102. YOUNG MAN with car to drive party to Calif.; also would like another occupant, p r e f e r a b l y man to share the expenses. Write 2-4 Globe-Gazette. Business Services FOR BUILDING Your home o: remodeling your home, call C A. Holmenn, contractor. Ph. 2667 FEDERAL Corporation Automo bile Financing. 309 First Natl Bank Building. Phone 516. Optometrist 9A Houses for Rent 23 FOR RENT--Mod. house, except furnace, $15 mo. 815 S. Wash. Tel. 3292. Business Places for Rent 24 FOIl RENT--Office rms. Desirable office rm., running water, $10; 2 desirable adjoining rms., 514. See J. B. Youngblood. Swop Service 32 SWAP--Conn E flat alto saxophone like new for standard filial tenor. Write ZZ-5, Globe-Gazette. Wanted to Rent B25 ALL BILLS Paid in Full And money left over. Group your Jills here. Have one place to pay. Easy Repayment Plan. LOANS to $300 SECURITY LOAN CO. 321 1st Nat. Bank. Ph. 412 WANTED--3 rm. furn., or un- furn. apt. Must be clean and mod. Describe fully as to furnishing, price, 'etc. Write W-5, Globe- Gazette. SWAP--6 tube all electric table model radio for chickens. Write NN-5, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Perfection 4 burner kerosene stove, with oven, for complete bed. Write RR-6, Globe- Gazette. Houses, Lots for Sale 26 LOANS Safsguai-d your health. Don't wail it you need medical or denial attention. We have a new, helpful loan plan. Get complete figures before you borrow. Add up your needs and come in to see us. Industrial Credit Corp. Over Penney's Phone 1521 FOR SALE--At Clear Lake. Modern summer cottiige, 5 rooms and balh complete. Must be sold this m o n t h , . $500. Freeman Kenyon, Clear Lake, IOWH, SWAP--Well located Clear Lake property for Mason City property. Write W-6, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--2 lots sacrificed, best in Highlands, sewer, water, walks; glad to show. W. L. Patton, 109 E. Stale. Three times or less ottering n "SWAP" costs nothing. The ad must have a Globe-Gazette "key" number and the advertiser will pay 10 cents lor each reply. Re- alies arc to be called [or at the Want Ad counter. For every line over 3 lines, besides 10 cents for I each answer, regular rates will be charged. Automobiles for Sale 42 Good Will Used Cars 1937 LICENSE PAID lfl.15 I'onliae 4-Door Sedan 1935 Chevrolet M a s t e r 4-Door Sedan 935 Plymouth DcLuxe 4-Door Sedan, built-in trunk 935 Chevrolet Master Tudor Sedan 935 Ford 4-Door Sedan 934 Pontiac 4-Door Sedan TRADE--TERMS n addition to the above, we have 0 used cars priced from 535 up. See us before you buy. John Gallagher, Inc. Pontiac G's and 8's. ;o-27 2nd S. E, Phone 1567 Open Evenings and Sundays LEGAL NOTICE O r A P P L I C A T I O N TOR TAX ni:i;» INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications are numbered according to the position in which they appear in the section. Lodges and Societies 1 Card ol TlianksZA Death Notices 2 Funeral Directors 3 In Memprlam 3A Cemeteries 4 Florists T Lost and found G Personal.? ' Beauty Shops 8 Business Services Optometrist Help Wanted, female Snteswork for Women Help Wanted. Male Sales-work for Men Help Wanted, Male or Fe- mai* "A Agents Wanted U Work Wanted. Women IS Work Wanted, Men IB Instruction 17 Business Opportunities 1ft Money to Loan 19 Wanted to ,* Borrow SO Rooms for Rent 21 Apartments tor Rent 27 Houses for R e n t 1!3 Cottage* Cor Elent VttA 9 SA m u 12 13 Business Places for Rent 24 Garages tor Rent 73 farms, Ac'c- ages lor Rent 25A Wanted to Rent 2aB Houses and Lots for Sale 29 Business Property, Said 27 Real Estate for Sale, Exch, 28 Real Estate Wanted 29 Real Estate Loans -to Farms for Snlc or t^ Miscellaneous for Sale : Swap Service Home Furnishings Musical Instruments Radios and Service Business Equipment Good Things to Eat Wnnl lo Buy Dops, Birds, Other Pets Livestock and Equipment' Poultry and Supplier 41 Automobiles for Sale 42 Anlo Parts, Tires, Scrv. 43 Wantctl. Auto- niobiles 44 L O A N S UP TO S30D.OO j Furniture, Autos, Livestock, Ma| chinery. Diamonds and other Per- GLASSES--We use the best qua.1- sonal Property, ity at a price you can afford to Anywhere in North Iowa. 6-R. House C38 7th S. E. Furnace, lights, good well, big lot, garage, $20. For Home Furnishings 33 FOR SALE--Twin bed. Complete Phone 3642. sale on easy terms, down. cash Romey Realty Co. pay. Dr. Knutson, Opt., Weir Bldg. EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted, Female 10 WANTED--Girl for hswk. Must like children. Write V-6, Globe- GazcUc. 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 WANTED--Exp. young girl, for hswk., must like children and able to cook. References. Ph. 165fi. WANTED--E.xp. typist familiar with gen'l. office routine. Give experience and references. Write X-3, Globe-Gazette. SELL equity in 9 rm. mod. house, upstairs arranged for apt. or Irade for smaller house. Call after 4 o'clock at 1023 4th S. W. FOR SALE--Will sacrifice Sl.GOO equity in new 7 rm. home, just completed. Strictly mod. Tor $1 200. 522 16th S. E. Phone 2168. FOR SALE--4 rm. house lo be moved off lot. Ph. 2667. FOR SALE--Electric washer, gooc condition. Cheap. Inq. 710 S Federal. FOR SALE Clearance sale ot rebuilt and re possessed washers. Electric an gas engine models, all in good con dition. Bargain prices. Call at CERRO GORDO MAYTAG CO Store and see these values. 22 2nd St. N. E. Phone 206 Business E q u i p m e n t 36 Business Property, Sale 27 37 39 ·10 A N N O U N C E M E N T Death Notices Saleswork for Men 13 GOOD POSITION OPEN Lui-ge Ohio manufacturer of nationally-advertised products, recognized as leader, has opening for a county dealer with opportunity for advancement to distributor. Prefer local man who bears first- class character and who is capable o£ interviewing school heads, chief executives, ' business concerns, public institutions, country clubs, country estates, truck and bus owners, and better class of farm and city home owners. No house to house work. An exclusive product with more than 20,000 o£ America's leading concerns now listed as customers. No capital required. Conservative income estimated at ?2QO a month at present with good opportunity to doublo as business improves. Write complete details ot your business experience, age, etc. "Manufacturer," Box 9S3, Dayton, Ohio. Ready Money Few people have relatives or friends who can conveniently lend them up to S300 on short notice and any time. But everyone can come to us, knowing that we are prepared to make a Joan any day, and to allow ample time for repayment in conveniently small, regular amounts. Humphrey Finance Co. ISVj N. Fed. Ph. 578 FOR SALE--Hamburger shop in good town. Price right. Write X-5, Globe-Gazette. Get CASH to Pay Bills From Your CAR By using our convenient, confidential monthly payment AUTO LOAN PLAN Home Office: Corner South ol New City Hal Phone 070 Midland Investment Co. See The New HUBER TRACTOR AH models now on display. Ne\ Case tractors and Case separator Second hand tractors and scpat ators, all sixes. PEDELTY IMP. CO. 229 2nd S. W., Mason City, Iowa K CHEVROLETS USED CARS WITH AN O. THAT COUNTS 1M5 Chevrolet Coach in:M Chevrolet Sedan--Very i-lcan 1JKM Chevrolet Coach--Like new 1933 Chevrolet Sedan Tr* K'rtiwa A k e s r m ; You are hereby notified hint nji ill' t h day nt December. 1331. the Iollo\v na described real cslatc, lo-\vil: I.nt N u m l i e r Six H u n d r e d N l n r l r r u ( f i l f l K in I trit A d t l U i n n I n M i d l a n d U n f i t s . JHason City, Iowa, vas iohl lo t h e undersigned Georg Get (man, by tlio Treasurer nf Ccrrn Cordo County, Iowa, «U Uic scav sale begun and publicly held on date, pursuant to Section 1235 of the Code of Iowa, (or the taxes then due delinquent ami unpaid thereon for t h e years IMS, 1920 and 1330, and as evl- ' ice thereof. Certificate of Purchas. at Tax Sale No. 113G5 was daily Issuei by said Treasurer to tlio undersi fined who Is still the owner and holder t h e r e or. ,, You a r e further n o t i f i e d t h a t the rlgh of redumption from said sate will I)ire and a tax 1 deed will be m a d e by Treasurer of Cctvo G o r d o County. Iowa to the u n d e r p i n n e d holder ot said Cer tifk-aie. for said real ftKlatr. unless r e d e m p t i o n is nuidr t h e r e f r o m w i t h l n i n e t y i f l u i dr^ys f r o m Ihe complete service of thi.s notice. You w i l l t h e r e f o r e l a k e notice gni'cm y n u r s e U aerordinqly. 13riled t h i s 22nd dny of Janu.irc, IW G E O R G E GETl'MAN. Ou tier fliid |older nt s.-titl Certi/ic.-il By L. H. B O O M H O W E R , His Attorney FORDS NOT1UK O K A I T M C I A T I O N F O R TAX D E E D 1034 Ford Deluxe Tudor 1033 Ford Deluxe Tudor 1932 Ford 4 Door Sedan OTHER MAKES 1934 Dodge Sedan--Like new 1934 Studebaker S e d a n -- Very clean 1932 Plymouth Coach 1932 Rocknc Sedan Special deals on all our used cars during the month of February. Your present car may make the down payment. Payments to suit yoiu' purse--see us before you buy! S R CHEV. CO., Inc. "North Iowa's Largest Used Car Dealer" 18 S. Washington Phone BG5 Real Estate Loans 30 North Iowa Farms 41/2 %-5 Mason City Real Estate 4«s%-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. 30A FOR SALE--F-20 Farmall tractor, has done 42 A. plowing since purchase. or 2500. A bargain. Call 3880 Good Things to Eat 37 ONIONS, 10 pound bag ..... 15c CABBAGE, 8 pounds RUTABAGAS, 8 pounds CARROTS, 8 pounds . . APPLES. 6 pounds 25c OF COURSE We know you are more interested in prices of used cars than you are in how m a n y years we have been in business. That is the thought we have in mind in pricing our cars TODAY 1931 Ford Tudor--Good one 1H35 Chev. Sedan--Trunk too 1935 Plymouth Coach--Black one Tn K. W. U n c i v i l : You a r p linrcfoy iioli/iccf t h a t on (he 2nd (Jay fit December, 193o. the follow- i n g described real eslnte, to-\vil: l.nl N u m b r r Six H u n d r e d K l j l i l y N l n « CISlI) In l i r s l A d d i t i o n to M i d l a n d H e i g h t s , M a s o n Clly. l t \ v n . vna soM lo tUr- undersigned. Ceo. Geu- j n n n . by the Treasurer of Ccrro Gorclo County, Imva, nl the scavenger .saJe be- K U t i nnd p u b l i c l y liclrl Oh said d a t e , pursuant to Section 7253 of t h e C'odft of Iowa, for the taxes then due. delinquent rnirl unpaid Ihercrm for the years lff.il. ID:;:!. ia:l3, n o d 1034. as evidenced by C e r t i f i c a t e of Purcliase nt T.i: Sale Nn. 13(i07. d u l y issued by t t i n Tn-aimrcr to Hie undersigned, who is still the owner ami holder thereof. Yon arc f u r t h e r noliliert l l i a t t h e ripbt of r e d e m p t i o n from said sale w i l l expire and n t a x tleetl w i l t be made by the Treasurer of Cerro Gonlo County, lowfi. lo the undersigned holder of said C e r t i f i c a t e for said real estate, lllllcss n r e d e m p t i o n is made therefrom w i l l i l n n i n c l y (£1[U days f r o m the eoinplclcd service o[ this notice. Yon w i l l t h e r e f o r e take nolice and govern y o u r s e l f n c c o r d i n c l v . Dated this 22nd day of J a n u a r y . IS37. GEO. GETTMAN. O w n e r and Holder of said Certificate. By L. rt. BOOMHOWER. His Attorney. WILLSPEftKAT LINCOLN TOMB -egion National Commander lo Lead Observance ot 128th Birthday. SPRINGFIELD, 111.--National Commander Harry W. Colmery will lead the American Legion's third annual pilgrimage to the tomb of Abraham Lincoln here on Friday, Feb. 12, the 128th anniversary of the birth ol the "Great Emancipator." Standing on the steps of this beautiful shrine of American lib- rty, Commander Colmery, alter placing a wrealli on the memorial, will address a message lo the nation, calling upon all citizens lo rededicate themselves to an increased devotion to the ideals on which this nation is founded. The message us well as t h n entire program at the tomb w i l l be broadcast over the coast to coast network of the Columbia Broadcasting system, from 1:15 p. m. (o 1:45 p. m. central standard time. Mrs. H. C. Clock, 86, Geneva, Is Dead GENEVA--Mrs. H. C. Clock. 8fi, widow of a pioneer merchant ot Geneva died early Friday morning at her home here. Services will be held Sunday at 2 p. ID. in Uic Methodist church. Burial will he at hef old home in Madison, Ohio. 25c 1934 Dodge Sedan--Clean car N O T I C E O f A l T M l T A T l O N F O H T A X l i r . E U POTATOES, med. size, peck 29c | 1335 Ford C o u p c--Black. Low EARL'S FRUIT MARKET 1603 South Federal Wanted to Buy 38 FOR. SALE--160 well improved close to town, one ot the bes quarters in Cerro Gordo Co. A real buy. Possession March 1st. Freeman Kenyon, Clear Lake. FOR SALE--Parker farm N. E. Manly, 225 A, ?13,500. Fair improvements. Manley's. MARSH, Harold, was accidentally killed in an automobile accident at Los Angeles, Cal, Tuesday night. Funeral services will be held at the Patterson luneral h o m e Tuesday afternoon a t 2 o'clock, with .the Rev. Oavid L. Kratz, pastor of the Church ol Christ in charge o£ services. Burial will be at Elmwood cemetery. The Patterson charge. funeral home in WANTED--FIVE SALESMEN with cars, to represent old established Iowa firm in Cerro Gordo and surrounding counties. Four dollars per day and expenses guaranteed. See Mr. French, Park Inn Hotel, Sat. and Sun. Out of town applicants please write. FARM LOANS 4 V PER CENT INTEREST Special 10 year loan, 4 and 4',2 per cent interest. Prompt Closing. Reasonable Commission. K I M E FARM MANAGEMENT AND REALTY CO. Ph. 17n or 13G Clear Lake, la. For Sale FARMER ATTENTION Have several farms, can give possession March 1st, with small down payment, long time on balance at low interest. Call or write O, B. ANDERSON, Forest City, Iowa. WANTED--To buy 4 bedroom house, well located. Write X-6, Globe-Gazette. mileage ]9:!fi Ford Sedan--Trunk model 1927 Ford Tudor ZENOR MOTOR CO. l i f t S. Del. Phone fl!U WANTED--Good equities uy owners only. Write E-6, Globe-Gazette. WANTED TO BUY--Buff Orpington and White Rock cncker- als. Manly Elec. Hatchery. Ph. 14. Reliable Used Cars ! 23 Chev. 4-Di-. Sedan. '37 lie.. beater. Looks like new $145 '29 Ford Tudor. Low mileage, new linish, good tires $145 Lapiner Motor Co.' Wanted any make of sewing machine. Write Z-6, Globe-Gazette. FOR RENT WANTED--3 Salesmen. See G. A. Barnett, Sales Manager S. K. Chevrolet Co., Inc., 18 S. Wash. TUTHILL, Mrs. Hay A., 4G,.died at a local hospital at 7 o'clock Friday night from complications following an operation and pneumonia. Funeral services will be held at the McAuley funeral homo Monday afternoon nt '2 o'clock, with the Rev. C. E. Flynn, pastor of the .First M. E. church, in charge of services. Burial will be at Elmwood cemetery. The McAuley funeral home in charge. Card of Thanks 2A We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks to our friends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy shown us during the illness and death ot our dear husband and father. Mrs. J. J. O'Hara, Ardis and Donovan. C L E A N S WALLPAPER LIKE MAGIC--Strange chemical sponge banishes housecleailing drudgery. Hustlers clean- FREE. Kristee; DcTpt. 15, Akron, Ohio. Women amazed, ing up. Details SALESMEN Wanted to sell hybrid seed corn in southeastern Worth county, northern Butleii northern Franklin county. Large company. Write L-5 Globe-Gazette. Rooms for Rent 21 FOR RENT--Light hskpg. rms., turn, or not. 316 4 N. E. FOR RENT--Sleeping room. 301 North Jefferson. FOR RENT--Warm slpg rms. 128 3rd N. W. FOR SALE--10 acres with a modern house and other bldgs. for less than [he cost of the house. Must be sold before March 1, '37. Possession given then. By C. A. Frisbee, Garner, Iowa. FOR RENT--2 warm slpg. rms., close in, excellent, beds, gentlemen. Ph. 3104J. FOR RENT--Warm slpg. rms., board if desired. 240 8th S. E. 51,500 DOWN PAYMENT will buy improved 80 acre farm, well located. Owner would take small Mason City home as parl payment. BECK BROS. CO. PHONE 134 MERCHANDISE Miscellaneous for Sale 31 WANTED--To buy for cash. Lake shore cottage at Clear Lake, Iowa. Write M-S, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Good 2nd hand desk. Write D-5, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--To buy S rm. bungalow, N. W. part. State price in letter. Write R-5, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Hay. 1 to 5!) tons, al- f a l f a , preferred. Billed. 140 14th N. W.. Mason City. WANTED--Used furniture, stoves. Graham's. 204 S. Fed. Ph. 301 WANTED--Used furniture. Joe Goss, 212 South Fed. Ph. 942. Work Wonted, Women 15 WANTED by cxp woman, 40, housekeeping work, 1 child. Best rcf. Write W-6,, Globe-Gazette. Funeral Directors McAULKV Funeral Home--Complete service day and night. 8 S. Adams. Phone 651. WOMAN wishes hswk., go home nights. Ph. 3445-J. Work' Wanted, Men 16 RELIABLE married man wants steady job on farm. Write A-6 Globe-Gazette. FOR RENT--Warm sipg. rm. 132 2nd S. W. FOR RENT--2 1-rm. turn., light hskpg. rooms. 404 2nd N. W. FOR RENT--Warm rm., close in, gentleman preferred. Ph. 1909-J FOR RENT--Sleeping room, gentlemen pref. 229 E. State. FOR RENT--Warm, slpg. rm., pvi. ent. Gentlemen pref. 1321. Instruction 17 MEYER Funeral Home--Dependable service. 126 Third SU 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. WORK FOR "UNCLE SAM"-Many 1937 appointments. Start $1260-52100. Try next examination. Sample coaching and list jobs --FREE. Apply today. Write F-6, Globe-Gazette. Apartments for Rent 22 FOR SALE 7 of the 15 garages near Surf ballroom in Clear Lake. Must be moved. Will make good building for machinery or other use on farm. For information inquire at SURF BALLROOM LIVESTOCK and PETS Livestock and Equipment 40 R G ·T^encwed and '-Juarantecd USED CARS Carry a written money back guarantee with a two day driving priv- 60 CARS AND" TRUCKS TO CHOOSE FROM AT The Bargain Center of No. Iowa PRITCHARD'S PRICES PLEASE EVERYBODY PRITCHARD MOTOR COMPANY YOUR FORD DEALER. Slate In 1st S. E. on Perm. 'I'n J n l i i i \V, l l a z l e l t : You arc hereby n o t i f i e d lliat mi Hie 71Ii (Hay of Dccctnber. 1931. t h e following described real estate, to-wll: I.nt N u m b e r Six H u n d r e d t!«My K i j c h L (I.KK) In 1'lrU A r f r l l t l o i , In MW- tanil H e l f f h f * . M a s n » City. Foiva, \vi5 sold In the undersigned, Gco. Gcll- ian, by llin Treasurer ot Ccrro Gordo C o u n t y . T o w n , al I In; scavenRoi 1 sale bft- £im nn[I publicly hold on said dnlt; p u r s u a n t ' tn Section 72.1.1 of the Code of lnv,-n. for ( h e l a \ c s llicn ( L u c , d e l i n q u e n t :IIM| unpaid thereon for the years 192F1, ir2!l aurt I9;tft, and us evidence 'hereof, Cci'titkinte of Purchase at Tns Sale No. 1IT17 \vfts d u t y issued 1y s;u'rt Treasure; tr t h e undcrsii-oed, who* is still the .-.-tier and holder thereof. Von are f u r t h e r notified Hint t h r rlf.h' F redemption, f r o m snld sale will ex ii'e n i t d n t a x deed Will be midc by tin rcasiircr nt Corro Goi-do County. Iowa, * I he u n d c f s i ^ i i c J holder of said i-cr~ f j c n t e . for .^aiti real e a t n t n , miles. 1 ; i-dcmpUoii in inndo t h e r e f r o m w i l i n c t y i n o i clays irom t h e completed ·rvicc of t h i s notice. You \vi]| therefore? l a k e notice a tic ovcrn yourself nccordiiiRlv. Baled this 22nd day of Jmuiary. J!13 GEO. GETTMAN, Owner and Holder rf said C e r t i f i c a t e By L. R. BOOMHOWEF1. His Attorney Dougherty Creamery Will Meet Thursday DOUGHERTY -- The a n n u a l meeting of the patrons and stocl- holders ot 1lie Dougherty Co-operative Creamery company w i l l be held at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon in the hall at Dougherty, it has been announced by Secretary May Lalor. FOR SALE--10 good Shropshire ewes. J. F. Maassen, Ph. 27F2;). l n .....,-..--. -- I FOR SALE--Production bred jersey hulls and bull calves, whose clams have official nnd C. T. A. record. Gnuger Jersey Farm, Rockford, Iowa. Auto Parts, Tires, Services 4: FOR SALK--Set of General .lum ho Airwiicels. for Master Chev or Pontiac. 638 '!th N. E. Ph. 4275 FOR SALE--Very good used elec. wash, machine. Rcas. Also butchering hog. 1635 N. Carolina Avenue. FOR SALE--Suit of clothes, 2 overcoats, large size. 11 S. Jeff. FOR RENT--At Clear Lake, new apt., 3 rooms and kitchenel, bath, furnished or not. H. E. Freeman, Clear Lake, Iowa. FOR RENT--2 u n f u r n . hskpg. rms. Garage. 411 E. State. FOR RENT--Mod. 3 rm. apt. Ref. rcn- 814 N. Fed. Cemeteries FJhUNOAL Money to Loan 19 "MONEY" For All Purposes We make cash loans up lo $300 on your Auto or Furniture. Cars refinanced and payments reduced. 41 Home Loan Finance FOR RENT- Maclison. -Unfurn. Apt. 222 N. MEMORIAL PARK.--"The Cemetery Beautiful." Perpetual maintenance. 1. O. F. Bldg. 172, 1827J. \t Florists EXPRESS Your sympathy with fresh, lovely flowers from Ken- ble's Greenhouse. Ph. 55. COMPANY Second Floor Foresters Bldg. 4'.·!·% FARM 5% CITY MONEY For refinancing, building, buyinp. i M o n t h l y payments optional. W. L. PATTON FOR RENT--3 rm. apl., heal, lights and gas furn. 92!) N. Jersey. FOR SALE--Wood 25c hundred by the ton, lesser amounts, 30c hundred. Ph. 1203. E. C. Knapp. FOR SALE--Used electric hair dryer for beauty shop, in A-l condition. Paul Graf, 1318 North President. Phone 2837J. FOR SALE--Four registered Hoi- stein heifers, milking; purebred Holstein bulls, 3 mo. old. Clarence Cook, Kanawha, la., P/i miles north Kanawha, highway 111. For Sale Team iron grey geldings 3 and 4 years old, well broke. Team white marcs 10 and 12 years old. R. L. Dixon Plymouth Towa FOR SALE--1935 highway semi- trailer, ?250 cash. Ph. 4299. FOR SALE--Wind charger, leather davenport, coal range. 131-1 N. Jersey. FOR SALE--Used cash registers, typewriters, adding machines. Ph. 1033. Houses for Rent 23 FOR RENT--5 rms., heated sun porch, bungalow, March 1st, possession. It is good. W. L. Patton, 109 E. State. FOR RENT -- Duplex, modern. garden, garage, water. 225 S. E. Ph. 2338. 14 S. A. E. 10 winter motor oil, 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. Poultry and Supplies 41 ATTENTION FARMERS -- Our new 1937 farm record calendars are now available and you can get yours at the Mason City Hardware store. Mason City Hatchery FOR RENT--3 rm. furn. near Deckers. Ph. 301. house, FOR RENT--4 rm. duplex, f u e l furnished, $1!2. W. side. See .7. B. Youngblood. RENT--Mod. bungalow Forest Park. Ph. 3073. _ ' ^^ \ FOR SALE--Glenco light plant, 1,000 watt, 32 volt; Majestic cabinet radio, 32 volt; one 32 volt motor. Carroll Bros., Route 3. Swop Service 32 SWAP--250 egg incubator for good electric iron or hens. Write WW-4, Globe-Gazelle. FOR SALE -- 1929 Chev. coupe radio, hot water heater, ni wheels, spotlight. 5125 cash. Ph 4299. FOR SALE--1937 Plymouth, De Luxe 2-door. See Oswald Stran at Manly or Plymouth, Iowa. Lodge Notices OUI-TN T i L n r K A i t i.onrii: NO. me I. O. O. F. HALL T.TM F. M. st a n d 3iH Krid»y each m o n t h . Sins. K A R I , L E A M A N . N. G. PH. 3S3 MHS. M A U D E MAXSON. Hcc. Sec. Ph AUNT HET By Robert Quillcn ·louse in Which Hay Spent Boyhood Days Brings $30 at Sale KEOKUK, (/T)--The 12 room ridc residence in which .John Hay, private secretary to Abraham Lincoln and secretary of state under McKinlcy and Roosevelt, spent his boyhood days in Warsaw, Ml., has been sold at a tax sale tor ^30. The residence was modeled a f t e r the Henry Clay home in Ashland, Ky., and was at one time u show place for this part of the country. I t overlooks the Mississippi rivet' which furnished the inspiration for several of Hay's poems. It was purchased by Fire Chief A. P. Buckeii who i n t e n d s to remodel it for occupancy. "Jim always says some- t h i n ' w h e n his wife has on a new hat or dress, but it's because he wants to be thanked again." All Machinery will Increase In price within 15 days. 722 SOUTH FEDERAL .ins. R. 14BM E. KOLW1NSKA. f i n . Hcc. Ph. H A R D I N G I.ODGi: NO. 6111 A. P. AND A. SI. -.::« P. SI. Work in 1st dcsrpr Fri., Feb. I 2 t l i . Come a n d meet n brother. P. L. HUDSON. W. M. Phono 1727 1 C. C. I//U.PWDK. Sec'y. Phone 2-19 BUNF.VOI.KNCR I.ODr.R NO. 115 A. F. A.S'O A. M. 7:M P. SI. SUlril c o m m u n i c a t i o n First ThurMlnv of eycii month. C. II J O H N S O N . W. M. D. D. GILBERT. Scc'y. FOR. SALE-- '30 Hudson 8 Tudor for $145. Jewel Motor 4th N. E. Phone 81. Co., 10 SWAP--C Melody Saxophone, like new. for used r'oup or hens. Write TT-5, Globe-Gax.clte. i STUDEBAKER 1937 DcLuxd Coupe. Radio, hcal- cr, overdrive, electric clock, vory \tt\v mileage, new c-;u- guarantee. Save S2.)0. KOLSOM AUTO CO. 19-23 3rd N. E. Cross Acquitted at Manslaughter Trial MARSHALLTOWN, (/?)--J. D. Cross of State Center, on trial here for the past f i v e days on a charge of manslaughter in connection with the shooting of Harold Eggcrs, in the Cross cafe at Stale Center last Nov. 9, was acquitted by a jury in district court. The j u r y took three ballots, standing in to 2 for acquittal on the first ballot. Cross pleaded self defense. Mrs. Itoddcn Hostess. . RRITT--Mrs. F. .1. Redden en- I Ici-laincd the a f t e r n o o n bridge || club Thursday at hip home. CHARLES CITY, IOWA STARTING PROMPTLY AT 11 O'CLOCK We will have a very gorxi run of horses I his week, of all aj'es, weights and colors. A few e x t r a K'""l Farm c h u n k s and a few good Mares in foal. We will he able lo supply any k i n d of a horse you desire. Romemhcr, you can always hu.v y o u r horses \ v i f h c o n f i d e n c e at the M u r p h y Sales Corporation. We will have at least 100 head of good fat steers weighing from 7(10 to 1250 Ihs. About 150 head of Rood fat Butcher Stock, Fat Heifers, Fat Cows. Fat Steers. Calves, etc. The balance in Feeders, Dairy Cows and Bulls. In fact, you can buy a n y t h i n g you desire in the way of cattle. CONSIGNORS: He sure to jjel your cattle in yards early as we expect a very good run of cattle. We will have Buyers for any a n i m a l s you wish to sell at prices that will satisfy you. W. J. Murphy Sales Corporation PHONE 1324 -- CHARLES CITY, IOWA

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