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'FEBRUARY 26 1931' MASON CITY GIXJBE-GAZETTB ftmiles, Miles and Wiles All in Any Used Car Listed Here GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT AD RATES. Fifteen cents a Sine 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, Y:are ot the Globe-Gazette. Under no circumstances will the Globe-Gazette reveal the name of those Inserting '"bUnd" advertisements Personals-- SEE the Des Moines Automobile Show, this week, and dine at Patti's Cafeteria, 616 Locust (Strand Theater Bldg). Des Moines. Lost and Found-- LOST--At Decker's Tuesday afternoon, Elgin wrist watch. For reward call 19F4. LOST--Monday night Roman silk scarf. Finder please telephone 716. Reward. Money to Loan-LOANS TM $300 --on-DIAMOND S -FURNITU RE-A UTOS-S A.L AKV No Publicity No Delays 1 to 20 Months to Repay SECURITY LOAN CO. 321 1st NatL Bk. Phono 412 OANS Household Help Wanted, Female-- WANTED--Exp. waitress at Rendezvous Luncheonette. WANTED--Middle aged lady to keep house and care for 2 children. Ph. 2475J. FOR RENT--Rooms. 132 2nd S. W. 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. WANTED--Experienced salesman to work in different sections of Iowa, ranging in age from 35 to 50. Position will pay $150 to $350 per month net depending on effort put forth. Must own automobile, be of good character and · have some financial resources. Commission only, no drawing account, buj energy and intelligence will produce splendid income. Life job if successful. Answer full details, age, experience, references, etc. Write S-26, Globe-Gazette. ADDRESSING Envelopes. Work at home during spare time. Substantial weekly pay; experience unnecessary. Dignified employment for honest, sincere, ambitious persons. Advancement League, Naperville, 111. WANTED SALESMAN--DEALERS Selling experience unnecessary, but only reliable people need apply. We supply everything--Products, Sales Outfits, Sales and Service Methods that get the most business everywhere. Superior Rawlelgh Quality, old established demand, lowest prices, guarantee of satisfaction or no sale, makes quick sales. 200 home and farm necessities, nil guaranteed best values. If you are wlfting to work steady every day for good pay, write for information how to start yonr own business with our capital. W. T. Rawleigh Co., Kept Ia-Q-54-R, Freeport, HI. Business Location-- AND Automobiles j FOR RENT Office and small warehouse space PHONE 50 Phalen Cleaners BEPAY IN 1 TO 20 MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS C. L. PINE LOAN CO. 204-5-6 Weir Bldg. State St. Fed. Ave, Phone 224 · M O N E Y F O R A L L P U R P O S E S Loaned on your Auto, Furniture or Other Security. Cars refinanced on smaller payments. HOME LOAN FINANCE V CO. 2nd Floor M. B. A. Btdg. Phone 727 FAKM LOANS Prompt service. Act now for spring. W. L. PATTON 109 East State Street Situations Wanted:-- EXpfelUENCED man and wife want work on farm. Can give good references. H. Stocle, Rt. 4, City. Care of Geo. Foster. WOMAN Wants hour or day work. Ph. 3438W. SINGLE Exp. farm hand wants job. Call John Trustem, Hanlontown. MARRIED MAN Wants job on farm. Exp. tractor work. Can furn. best ref. C. E. Beaman Luverne, Iowa EXPERIENCED Typist and General Office Worker wishes work. Write T-26, GLOBE-GAZETTE Household Goods-- FOR SALE Chamber's fireless range, JcKchen cabinet, table and chairs, sewing machine, dresser, walnut desk, bed. PHONE 1072 Furnitiare at llth N. E. and North Federal 1:30 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. Many articles not listed here. Bring what you have to sell. J. M. ROBERTSON, Auct. H. E. SWARNER, Clerk. FOR SALE Wheeler-Wilson cabinet sewing machine. PHONE 2066 WH,L SELL AT BARGAIN Reliable gas range, Lornine oven control; walnut dining room suite; buffet, 68 Inches long; table and chairs to match; Wilton rug, 4/jX 7'/2 feet; other articles. Must sell this week. 707 N. WASH AVE. PH. 2876 FOR RENT--% of store room on N. Fed., also part of basement. 672 Services Offered- PAINTING. paper h'ging. Ph. 2777 PLASTERING new and repairing Work guaranteed. Harry Flem ing. Ph. 3459J. For Rent, Rooms- FOR RENT--Mod. well fura. sleeping rm., close In. Ph. 3491W. FOR RENT--2 slpg. rms. in private home. Ph. 2929WR. FOR RENT--Furn. hskg. and slpg, rms. Ask Mrs. Harris. FOR RENT--Bearm. 224 W. State. FOR RENT--Choicely furn. room. Home privileges. 120 1 N. W. 659J. FOR RENT--Comfortable furn. alp. rm. 203 1st S. B. FOR RENT--Room. Phone 1709J. FOR RENT--3 unfurn. light hskg. rooms. 918 N. Federal. FOR RENT--1 furn. room and kitchenette, heat, light, water, furn. ?20 a month. 406 1st S. W. 4028W. Musical Instruments- FOR SALE--Haynes Ph. 173. silver flute. Opportunities-- EQUIPMENT FOR TIRE SHOP NEARLY NEW--CHEAP New Ford car not yet delivered, $35 discount. Model T Ford roadster with box, '81 license, §30. FRANK at 706 N. Federal CAFE--North Iowa town on highway No. 9 paved this summer. Good business. Reason for selling, 111 health. Write Y-26, Globe-Gazette. FOR RENT -- 3 unfurnished light hkp. rms. No child. 309 E. State. FOR RENT--3 unfurn. rooms, good condition. Ph. 2416. FOR RENT Desirable furn. hskpg. rms., hot water heat, hard wood floors, newly decorated. 672 E. State. FOR RENT--Large well furn. hskpk. or slpg. rooms. 2 baths in house. Close in. 30 Second North-, west. Phone 2440W. I WANT A MAN with some capita!, who wants to ;et Into a profitable business for himself. Will consider a man with only spare time. No canvassing or sales. A rare opportunity. Investment fully protected and Income na- sured. Tell about yourself, giving phone number and address. Interview will be arranged. Write N-26, Globe-Gazette FOR RENT--March 1st, 2 nicely furn. Ithskg. rms. Ph. 3414. Farm Machinery-- FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. Ph. 593. FOR RENT--Sleeping rm. in modern home, ciose In. Phone 917W. FOR RENT--Furu. hskg. rms., private entrance. 207 6th N. E. FOR RENT--Choice of two extra large light housekeeping rooms. All furn., gas and light Included. 228 1st S. E. 2 Blks. E. of Postofflce. FOR RENT--Fine warm furnished room. Private entrance. Ph. 1321. FOR RENT--Furn. fgt. hskpg. rms. Ph. 1460-J. 20 Fourth St. N. W. For Rent, Apartments APT. FOR RENT Mod., furn., 1st fir., priv. ent., working couple preferred. 414 N. GEORGIA PH. 886J · I WANTED--Washings. Ph. 2448J. Paper'g.. paint'g. Stewart. 2835W. FOR RENT 4-rm. apt., down stairs, all furnished. PHONE 3343W UPHOLSTERING, Repairing. Cornstock Furn. Co., Phone 2708. PAPERING, Painting. Klarr. 2127W. GENERAL HOUSECLEANING of all kinds and wall paper cleaning, 50e a room, nnd up. Wash wood work, wax nnd polish floors, painting by hour or job. FH. 3030 PAINT'G., Paperg. Turner. 1470J. WANTED--Sewing, plain and fancy. 2954W. WANTED--Ladies', children's sewing. Mrs. R. W. Heard. 326 21 SE. For Rent, Houses-- Do you want to rent, buy or sell a home. Call W. H. Briar. Ph. 3414. FOR RENT--7 rm. mod. house, 1-6 rm. partly mod. house, close in. F. A. Herrman. Ph. 1933J. FOR RENT--To responsible party, after March 1, G-rni. 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--6 rm. mod. hse. 2253. FOR RENT--7 rm. all mod. home. 145 Sixth S. W. Inq. 615 S. Adams. FOR RENT--2 new houses, 6 street SE. Ph. 808 after 6 p.,m. 2177. FOR RENT--Mod. 6-rm. house. 1st S. E. Phone 3224J. Poultry and Eggs-- F U R N I T U R E FOR SALE Mohair parlor suite, large dresser, gas stove, beds, rugs, lamps. Must be sold Friday morning. PHONE 3789 or call at 141G NORTH FEDERAL Early Order Prices on Quality BABY CHICKS "PEERLESS PEEPS ' ARE BETTER" Do not be misled by various qualities as Standard, Super and Triple Quality. We sell you only one grade--the best, ' Per 100 White or Buf. Leghorns $ 9.00 White, Bar Buf. Rocks and S. C. Reds $11.00 White Wydts., R. C. Reds, Buf. nnd White Orp $11.50 Heavy Assorted $ 9.00 Light Assorted $ 7.00 Above prices are for nil orders placed at once--$2 per 100 deposit. WE WILL DELIVER THE CHICKS WHEN YOU WANT THEM Telephone 1339 THE PEERLESS HATCHERY CO. 404 South Federal Avenue For Sale, FOR SALE--Some mighty good clean well improved farms near Mason City and Nora Springs. No quack, fine buildings, near school. C. E. Scllen, Nora Springs, Iowa. FOR RENT--Mod. furnished 3 rm. apt. 320 2nd N. W . FOR RENT--Well furn. newly decorated, mod. 3 rm. apt. No children. 28 9th N. E. FOR RENT--Two 6 rm. apts., newly redecorated, price $18. 504 S. Pres. Call Dr. Franchere or phone 3269W. FOR RENT--2 rm. apt., reasonable. Ph. 304. FOR RENT--4 rm. modern apt See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. FOR RENT--Mod. apt., 3 rms. and bath, 2 Murphy beds. Call 210. FOR RENT--Heated apt. Ph, 2877. FOR RENT -- 5 rooms and bath mod. apt. Phone 200. FOR RENT--5 rm. duplex apt. E. V. Harper. Ph. 1773 or 1445. FOR RENT--2 room furn. apt., private entrance. 116 S. Washington Office Supplies-FOR SALE Office Furniture and Equipment. PHONE 935 For Sale--Real Estate-- FOR SALE--Practically new home WUdwood. Terms. Ph. 30 or 1944 FOR SALE--Mod. 5 rm. bungalow in Grandview at the right price and favorable terms. Ph. 3414. W H. Briar. FOB SALE New 5-room bungalow priced right nt $4000. A-l 6-ronm house. Koorl location. A bnrgnln nt S4800. Kasy (CTTTIH. KK1IM I.ANI) CO. PIIO.VK S27 FOR SALE--New home. Ph. 999. FOR SALE--Good 6 rm. hse. Must be moved by March 1. Ph. 1S97. FOR SALE--All mod. 4 rm. bungalow. Qall 3764W. OWNER will dispose of his equity in 5-room modern bungalow In Forest Park for $650. This Is n $6,000 property. Investigate at once. Write Box 421. For Sale, Miscellaneous-- FOR SALE--Western Electric farm phone, .lohn Deere I i/j horse £:is engine nearly new, Aladdin lamp Phone 69J2. Jno. Hanson. FOR 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 4 shelf pastry oven In good condition, $20. Ph. S428W. Call at 110 SIXTH S. W. EVENINGS FOR SALE -- Kerosene brooder stove, used one season. Ph. 1566J. THE TRUTH is what a customer Is entitled to u-hon buying a used car. A guarantee means to make good the promises made at the time of sale. Our cars are repaired before they are sold and If we overlook anything our customer will tell you onr guarantee is more than conversation. It won't cost you a thing to see us and we don't boast of having high pressure salesmen. '30 Ford Coupe (tan) save ..5 75 '30 Ford Tudor (black) $475 '30 Ford Tudor (tan) perfect . .$485 '30 Ford Tudor (green) $475 '29 Ford Spt. Road, (green) ..5315 '30 Ford Tudor (like new) ...?475 '30 Ford Coupe (black) $465 '30 Ford Coupe (new) (tan) ..§450 '29 Ford Fordor (late) §475 '29 Ford Tudor (dandy) §385 '29 Ford Coupe Spt. Model ..$345 '28 Ford Road, (dandy) §295 '28 Ford Coupe Spt. Model . . .§300 '28 Ford Spt. Coupe $810 '28 Ford Coupe runs perfect ..$295 '28 Ford Tudor clean $290 '28 Ford Tudor (trunk) $325 '29 Ford Pickup closed $300 '29 Ford Pickup closed $315 '29 Ford Panel Del ,, ...$S25 28 Ford Pickup dandy $265 26 Ford Coupe runs good ...$ 75 25 Ford Fordor body $ 40 25 Ford Fordor (bargain) ...$ 80 24 Ford Coupe (bargain) $ 4 0 24 Ford Coupe real snap ..$37.50 24 Ford Tudor $ 45 Tord 1-ton Trk. cab and body $ 55 Ford Delivery panel $ 40 NEW 1931 Model McCormlck-Deor- Ing Farm-All tractor right off dealer's floor. Will sell for $700. Ben Wilkinson, Dows, Iowa, FOB SALE One new Rumtey Do-AH Tractor at reduced price. Will take livestock as part payment if necessary. RELIABLE IMPLEMENT CO. Rockwell, Iowa Wearing Apparel-- FOR SALE--Am. Oppossum fur ct., $20. Ph. 1344 bet. 6-7:30 p. m. Trade or Exchange-- WANTED--Furniture in exchange for storage. Call 315 Eadmar after 6 p. m. FOR TRADE Good Mason City residence property for an improved 80 acres. What have you? J. B. YOUNGBLOOD Phone 36 Wanted to Buy-- WANTED ·-- To buy good second hand trunk for model A Ford. Ph. 1800. WANT to purchase house N. W. part. Write K-26, Globe-Gazette. For Sale or Trade- SALE OR TRADE--Yearling Guernsey bull. Ready for service. M. R. Brim, Mason City, Iowa, 6 mi. east of city. WHITE RATS For Sule ir Trade. LYLE GAUDINIER 310 13th St. S. E., Mason City, Jo. For Sale, Livestock-- FOR SALE--Team of horses. Raymond Coe, northwest of city. FOR SALE--P. B. Shorthorn bull, milking str.iin, 2 yrs. old. Good Individual, priced reasonable. F. W. Frledow, Britt, Iowa. FOR SALE Tcnm of gray horses, 3 and 4; spnn of mules, 5 nnd 6 years old. 1% miles west of Rockwell, Iowa, M. J. MURPHY Auto Accessories-E. W. LARSON COMPANY RENEWED USED CARS COME IN TODAY--PROVE IT YOURSELF THE GREATEST VALUES IN MASON CITY 5 DAYS FREE DRIVING TRIAL HERE IS YOUR EXHIBIT-'28 Packard Club Sedan. Painted black. All new tires. Like brand new. '28 Packard 5-pass. Sedan. Color-Black and green. A beauty Priced low. '29 Chrysler Coach. Nice clean job Priced very low. '26 Chrysler Sedan. Bargain. '27 Dodge Sedan. None better. '27 Hudson Coach. Looks like a new car. '25 Dodge Sedan. Fair $75 MANY OTHERS Packard and Chrysler Sales Service PHONE 766 One-Half Block South of Postoffice FOR SALE--One 1920 Ford Pane Del. Truck and new and HHC motornyoles. Harlfly Davidson Saleo nnd .Service. 525 So. Prcs. Ave. 29 Chev. (6) Truck $263 28 Chev. Fordor clean $275 27 Chev. Coupe (a real snap) §175 27 Chev. Fordor '31 lie $165 '27 Chev. Coach $140 '26 Chev. Coach good one ....$135 '27 Chev. Delivery .$125 '27 Chev. Delivery §110 MRS. TIFFANY DIES IN DAKOTA Short Funeral Services Will Be Held at Cemetery Here Saturday Afternoon. Short funeral services for Mrs. D. M. Tiffany, a former resident of Mason City, will be held at Elmwood cemetery at 2' o'clock Saturday afternoon with the Rev. Jewell Pickett in charge. Mrs. Tiffany died at Mitchell, S. Dak., Feb. 24. Addle Knight Tiffany was born near Barlow. N. H., Feb. 13. 1843. She was married in 1874 and came to Mason City in the early seventies. She made her home here .until 1900 when the family moved to Mitchell One son, Fred L. Tiffany, Minneapolis, and his family survive. Mr. Tiffany died several years ago and a son, Julian O. Tiffany, died two years ago. Mrs. Tiffany was a member of the Baptist church. Funeral services were held at Mitchell. .$260 '28 Whippet Fordor .... '28 Whippet Fordor $250 '27 Chrysler Coupe (snap) ....$160 '27 Dodge Coupe new motor ..$200 '27 Star Coupe $125 '27 Essex Coach new tires ...$ 85 '25 Velie Sedan '31 lie $ 50 FAIR, LIBERAL TERMS Sclimkei Motor FORD and LINCOLN Used Car Salesroom 2 Doors West of Globe-Gazette. THE BUSIEST CORNER IN TOWN For Sale or Rent-- FOR SALE OR RENT My 2 acres on the corner of Washington and Center street. Good modern 7-room house. Barn, chicken house, hog house and garage. Fruit of all kinds. Possession March 1. PHONE 178 V. G. Stanfield Clear Lake FOR SALE Good Used Cars at Reasonable Prices and Terms C.E 0 Brooks and 223 Second Street S. W. MRS. PETERSON DIES AT HOME Funeral Services Are Not Completed; Leaves 11 Children. Mrs. John C. Peterson, 503 Twenty-first street southeast, died nt her home Wednesday night. She had been m failing health for the past six years. Funernl arrrnngements have noi been completed but the body will lie m state at the Patterson funeral home. Mrs. Peterson is survived by her husband, seven sons, Percy, Kansas- Cliris, at home; Jesse, 429 Twenty- seventh street southwest; Guy Pontiac, Mich.; John, San Francisco- Adolph, Pontiac, Mich., nfid Geome Twenty-first street southeast; four daughters, Mrs. Harley Thomas, Rochester, Minn.; Mrs. Harold Miller, Milwaukee, Wis.; Mrs Herman Stenner, 318 Eighth street southeast and Miss Beatta Peterson, at home; two brothers, Sy Eberson, Northwood; Ever Eberson Massachusetts, and two sisters Mrs' Mary Berg, Kansas, and Mra Dora Rugtwet, Los Angeles. Mrs. Peterson was born Jan. 26 I860 in Wisconsin. She had lived here 22 years. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the Trinity Lutheran church. The Rev. Oliver L. N. Wigdahl will be In charge and burial will be in Memorial pary cemetery. First Answers Are Received in Contest Staged by Library The first two sets of answers to the rural library list were received at the public library Wednesday. Mrs. Amen and Mrs. J. L. Pauley looked them over and think they are promising. The Woman's club voted $25 to be given out in student library memberships to the best 25 seta of answers submitted by young persons in the county. A girl 14 years of age and a boy of 16 years, rural routo four, aro the young persons who have answered so far. The library has extra copies of the farm page Globe-Gazette Feb. 18, 1931 on which the questions were first printed, and will loan the papers to anyone who may have lost or misplaced the list of questions. The questions were also printed in the Cerro Gordo farm bureau exchange and County Agent M. E. Olson had this monthly magazlna mailed to every home in the county instead of just to Farm Bureau members aa usual. There is still a little more than a week for working on the answers, but all must be In before March 7. Grafton Woman, 70, Honored on Birthday GRAFTON, Feb. 26.--Mrs. Daniel Nark was surprised by about 40 friends on her seventieth birthday aniversary. It was a colonial party, all the women coming in old fash- one! costumes. Legal Notices NOTICE OF RENEWAL OF CORPORATION Pursuant to the provisions of Section 8370 of the 1927 Code of Iowa and amendments thereto, notice is hereby published of the renewal of the incorporation and duration of the corporate existence of the Park Hospital Building Company for a further term of twenty years, a duly executed certificate allowing the proceedings resulting in such renewal sworn to by the President and Secretary of the corporation, together with the Articles of Incorporation as amended and substituted, having been heretofore filed with the Secretary of State, by him duly recorded and forwarded to the Recorder of Deeds of the County of Cerro Gordo and duly recorded in said county, and the Incorporation and recording fees having been duly paid, all as provided in Chapter 384 of the Code of Iowa and amendments thereto. (1) The name of this corporation shall be "PARK HOSPITAL BUILDING COMPANY," and its principal place of business shall be Mason City, Iowa. (2) The general nature of the business to be transacted by this corporation shall be to erect, buy, own, maintain, sell, lease, remodel, and acquire hospital buildings, together with nurses' homes and other buildings appurtenant, incidental, or accessory to hospital buildings; to buy, sell, own, acquire, lease, and dispose of furniture and fixtures, and hospital furnishings, accessories, and equipment; to operate hospitals in the aforesaid buildings or wherever convenient or practicable; to conduct, maintain, and operate nurses' training schools; to buy, sell, own, hold, lease, let, mortgage, incumber, manage, and deal in real estate of all kinds and also all kinds of personal property necessary, incidental, or accessory to any of the foregoing purposes; and to lease or let buildings held or owned by the corporation or parts thereof to physicians for offices or to other persona for purposes approved by the Board of Directors. 3 The amount of the authorized capital stock of this corpora- tion shall be One Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars divided into One Thousand Five Hundred shares of par value of One Hundred Dollars each; of which Four Hundred Eighty-eight shares have been heretofore issued and the remainder of which shall be f u l l y paid for by subscribers in cash or in property approved by the Executive Council of the State of Iowa before issuance. (4) The renewal duration of this corporation shall commence on the 30th day of January, 1931, A, D., and continue twenty years thereafter with right of renewal notwithstanding the stock purchase provisions of Section 8365 of the Code of Iowa, unless sooner dissolved, by a two-thirds vote of all the stock issued and outstanding, at a regular stockholders' meeting or at a special election called for that purpose. (5) The affairs of this corporation shall be conducted by a Board of Directors consisting of not less than five nor more than nine stockholders. The directors shall be elected for the ensuing year at the annual meeting of the stockholders to be held on the third Monday of January, 1932, A. D., and on the third Monday of each January thereafter. The directors shall hold their offices for one year and unti their successors are elected anc qualified. From their own members directors shall at their first meeting in. each year elect a President a Vice President, and a Secretarj and Treasurer, who shall hold their offices until the next annual meeting of the corporation .or until their successors are elected and qualified Provided however that the office ol Secretary and Treasurer may be vacated by a vote of a majority o: the Board of Directors. (6) Special meetings of stockholders may be called at any time by direction of a majority of the Board of Directors or a majority of the stockholders to fill vacancies in tho Board of Directors or trans act such other business oa may be necessary. The following shall he directors and officers: C. F. Starr President. N. C. Stam, Vice Presi dent, H. D. Fallows, Secretary and Treasurer, L. R. Woodward, C. ID Chenoweth. Should any officer or director part with his stock in the corporation, he shall thereupon cease to be an officer or a director and the Board of Directors shal have f»!I power to appoint director? to fill vacancies occurring between annual elections for the remainde of the term or until a successor is elected and qualified. (7) Private property of th members of this corporation shal be exempt from corporate debts. Dated February 18, 1931, A. D. PARK HOSPITAL BUILDING COMPANY. By--H. D. Fallows, Secretary an Treasurer. Jay W. Lorenz, Attorney. Suicide Attempt Fails;' Knoxville Farmer Will Recover From Shooting KNOXVILLE, Feb. 26. (O)--Dee Worthington, a farmer living 10 miles north of Knoxville, was recovering today following an attempt to commit suicide. He said he had been n poor health. Yesterday he fired a Millet into the right temple but it missed the optic nerve and the )rain. The physician who removed he bullet said he had a good chance to recover.. CONTENDS HORSE DAMAGED AUTO Action for $15 Filed in Dfs- trict Court by Helmer Vaauge. An action for $415 damages has) been filed by Helmer Vange against Jake Rusley. The plaintiff alleges that his automobile was damaged and a passcneger In the car injured when the machine struck a horse belonging to the defendant. The crash occurred on a highway northwest of Mason City Inst De^ comber. The petition, which was filed by J. E. Williams, Mason City attorney, alleges the defendant was negligent In allowing the horse on the highway. KAPS PURCHASES SCOTCH TAILORS Veteran Tailor to Operate Shop He Has Worked in for Five Years. Otto Kaps, Ployed at the who has been em- Scotch Tailors, 8 Youths Captured After $200 Robbery of Deputy Sheriff; One Badly Hurt CHICAGO, Feb. 26. W)--Two youths who held up and robbed Deputy Sheriff Joseph White, per- sonar bodyguard for state's attorney John Swanson of $200 early today, were captured in their homes shortly afterward, one of them in a serious condition from four bullet wounds inflicted by White when tho pair fled. They are James Bennett 19, and William Hjort, 17. Both were identified by White. Hjort, who pollen said, had $425 in his pockets, was suffering from four bullet wounds. South Dalaware avenue, for the past five- years has purchased the bus- taess of W. B. Krouse. Mr. Kaps has been in Mason City for 35 years and during this time he has owned and operated a number of tailor shops tor himself and has also had several employers. He has witnessed many changes in men's clothing styles since he opened a business here 35 years ago. In 1896 Mr. Kaps opened a tailor- mg shop on East State street where the Cut Rate grocery is now located. After being there a few years he moved to a new location, where the Tom Brown store is now operating. His next move was to a store room in a building located where the new Palais Royal two-story structure now stands. After a number of years there, he accepted a position with tho Glasgow Tailors. He stayed three years with this f i r m and then joined Finnegan and Ginther. first floor o f t h e M B A building, nnd was at this location three and one-half years During the past five years he has been with the Scotch Tailors at 8 bouth Delaware avenue nnd recently purchased the business of Mr Krouse. Mr. Kaps Is a tnllor and during his 35 years in Mason City he has altered and repaired many thousands of garments. Real Estate Transfers REAL ESTATE MAN * SELLS HOUSE WITH SMALL WANT AD Nelson, J. P. and Carrie L. to M. B. A. 51 SWH 34-94-19 (Re- recorded to correct description) (Q. C. D.) 10-15-30. Dunlop, E. R. and Laura M. to Edmund Dunlop $1 (Q. C. D.) SE'/i 19-97-19 2-18-31. Bristol, W. I., Co. Treas., to Louise B. Hunting $12.15 L 3, 5, 22, 23, 24, B 15 West Haven Addition, Mason City, Iowa 2-26-27. Bristol, W. E., Co. Treas., to Louise B. Hunting ?8.34 L 24, 25, 26, B 11 West Haven Addition, Mason City, Iowa. 2-26-27. Mottcrshead, Alexander and Emma A. to Walter A. Carter $1 L 10 B 16 College Addn. Mason City, Iowa 7-1-29. Dittberner, Matilda, Alma and Alien, A. W. to Claudine Coleman ?1 L 274 Midland Hts. Addition, Mason City, Iowa 2-19-31. Bjerke, H. O. and Vcrna.to Helena Schultz $1, (Q. C. D.) lot 494 First Addition Midland Hts., Mason City, Iowa, 2-13-31. Harris Wrn. Earl and Martha, to Anna Boehlje $1.650 lot 161 Midland Hts., addition, Maaon City, Iowa, 11-21-30. Robertson, F.thel M., and R. R. to C. A. Holvik $1.00 lot 9 and 10 blk 27 College addition, Mason City, Iowa, 1-31-31. Des Moines Life and Annuity Co., to Ray Yenter, Comm. of Ins., State of Iowa, and his successors in office $1.00 SW'A 11-97-20, 2-16-31. Detcrman, Jennie to Mert Stevens $1.00 part lot 12 in subd NW'/i NE'A, 10-94-20, 2-9-31. Reynolds, Raymond R., and Laura E. to Mary M. Cahalan $1, part lot 9 and 10 B "D" in Oak Park addition. Mason City, Iowa, 2-21-31. Balz, E. L. and Kathryn M. D. to Edna M. Hasbrouck $1, E 100 feet lot 8 blk 45 Paul Felt's plat, Mason City, 8-11-24. Cahalan J. ,T. and Mary M. to Raymond R. Reynolds $1, E 10 A SE'A NW'A 6-96-20, 2-21-31. First Natl. Company to Edna M. Hasbrouck SI, E 100 feet lot 8 blk ·15 Paul Felt's plat, Mason City, Iowa, 2-9-31. Parker, Carl A., and Annette G,, Parker, Carl A., trustee to T. J. Carney $1,300 lot 3 blk 3 Parker's fith Addn., Mason City, Iowa, 9-2330. Clausen, William V., et al to Thomas E. Clausen Sl.OO S 52 L 1 B 35 South Mason City, Iowa. 2-30-31. Clausen, Thomas E., et al., to William V. Clausen $1.00 part L 7 S B '35 South Mason City, Iowa. 2-10-31. Augustadt. Mae, ct al to Earl Clausen $1.00 L 2 B 35 South Mason City, Iowa. 2-10-31. A Mason City,real estate agent ran a Want Ad in the Globe-Gazette advertising a. house for sale. The ad ran two days and cost him 60 cents. The first day the ncl ran three prospective buyers called nt hia office and wanted to see the property Fie received more than 30 prospects in all from the little want ad and sold the house. Then he used another Want Ad telling- of a farm for sale. This time the Ad ran three clays and cost him SO cents. From the Ad he got approximately 25 prospective buyers and ao!d the farm. This is more proof that Globe- Gazette want ads find buyera. If you have something to sell, call the want ad department and insert an ad. The cost is' trifling. The name of the Mason City real estate dealer, who sold the "house and farm, may be had by applying at the Globe-Gazette office. AT THE HOSPITALS Mrs. George Johnson Algona, was admitted to Park hospital for treatment Wednesday. Mrs. Heenan Terry, Garner, waft admitted to Mercy hospital for a major operation Wednesday. yirginia Hcdgecock, 410 Fifth street southwest, wns admitted to Mercy hospital for a minor operation Wednesday. Mrs. Hamclon Sisson, Clear Lake, was admitted to Mercy hospital for a major operation Thursday. Francis Willard, 518 Third street northeast, was admitted to Park hospital Wednesday for treatments. Teathus Barnett, Manly, who has been at Park hospital for treatment, was dismissed Wednesday. Fred Fxldy, county home, was dismissed from Park hospital Wednesday following treatment. Miss Iner. Malcomaon, Forest City, who underwent a minor operation at Park hospital, was dismissed Wednesday. W. B. Kendrcw, route 2, wag admitted to Mercy hospital for a major operation Thursday. Helen Rouch, 127 West State- street, was dismissed from Mercy, hospital Wednesday following treatment. Mr.H. F. T. Champion, Osajjc, wag' dismissed from Park hospital Wednesday following treatment. Mm. Ruben Olson, Garner, wh» underwent a minor operation at Mercy hospital, was dismissed Wednesday. Mrs. Carl Dietrich, Manly, who underwent a major operation at Mercy hospital, was dismissed Wednesday.

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