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MARCH 27 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FIFTEEN Sell Your Baby Chicks Now Through Globe-Gazette Want Ads--Phone 3800 Classified Advertising Information Lost and Found REWARD for the return of my brown suit case. Rosetta Brown, 521 21 S. E. fOUND--Pig. Inq. at Mitchell's o£- fice, City Scales. Fifteen cents a Une first Insertion. Ten cents a lino tor each consecuUvo rob- Bcquent Insertion. (Count five average words to the une.) Seven insertions are given for tie price of six. CLASSIFIED D1BPLAT ADVERTISING tq cents per column Inch each Insertion. A discount of 15 per cent Kill bo allowed on all classified advertisements paid for at the Ume of Insertion or not later than 6 days thereafter. All out-of-town» adj ar« payable In aa- ^/ul^Ktunds on Want Ads must be called tor within JO day* of th. cancellaUus date ° Answer to "blind" advertisements must bo addressed to the letter stated in the ad. care of the Globe-Gazette. Under no circumstances »H1 the Globe-Gazette reveal the name of those Inserting "blind- advertlse- TMMmimum charge foi «m S le advertisement, PHONE 3800 between g «, m. ana 0 p. m. asfl «K f« the Ad Taker. T INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications are numbered according to the position In 'which they appear In the section. Agents so Apts. for Rent .. 45 Amusements --. 7 Auto Accessories 82 Autos for Sale .. 78 Auto Storage ...A79 Auto Trucks ... 80 Auto Repairing . 81 Beauty Parlors . 16 Board. Room ... 49 Bonds A 9 Bldg. Materials . 43 Business L o c a- Houses for Rent 4E Instrucuon ..... 39 Insurance Investment .... In Memorlam . -A 2 Job Printing ... 20 Laundries Livestock for Sale LocaUon Wanted Lost and Found Lots for Sale ... Machinery Milk ,, 37 Misc. for Sale .. Business Oppor- Misc. for Rent .. tunitles 29 Money to Loan C a f e s , Restau- Mortgages rants · Card of Thanks Chiropodists Chiropractors ... Cleaner?, Dyers . 18 Cottages ........A4B Death Notices .. 1 Dogs, Birds, Peta Educational Opportunities ... Electrical Service Employment Service A30 Radio supplies .. is for Sale . 50 Real Estate Wtd. is for Rent .A50 Rooms for Rent i Machinery 51 'jlortsta 4 Foods A55 3 IB Monuments A · 2 Moving, Storage 23 13 Musical Instr. .. 1* Nursery Stock .. Offices for Rent Office Equipt. .. Osteopaths ..... Painting. Decor. Personals Photographers .. Plumbing. Htg. . Poultry. Eggs . 83 40 61 I Director! fFurs Garage for Rent Garage for Sale Gardens 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 1 Help w a n t e d , Male, Female. .A36 Hide, Wool, Furs 78 Household Goods 73 Houses for Sale 47 4 Sale or Trade . A3 Sale or Rent ...A4 Salesladies ..... 3 Salesmen .'.-..... 3 Seeds. Feeds ... 2 serv. Offered ...A3 Situation Wtd. .. 3 Stamps. Coins ..A7 Stationery 7 Stocks 7 Summer Cottages 6 Swap service ... 3 Travel Bureau . -A Trade or Exch, . 4 Upholstering B Wtd. to Borrow 7 Wtd. to Buy ... Wtd.. Misc A7 Wtd, to Rent .. 7 Wearinc Apparel 7 Death Notices 1 ERICKSON, Blanche Mildred, 31 who resided at 1452% North Fed eral avenue, died at a local hospita about 4:30 o'clock Monday after noon, following an operation. Fu neral services will be held at the First Methodist church at Schalle Wednesday afternoon: The Rev L. D. Haninghurst, pastor of the church, will be in charge of the services. The McAuley funera home in charge. Card of Thanks Money to Loan 8 FURNITURE LOANS AUTO LOANS COMBINATION LOANS Cars Eeflnanced and Payments Reduced HOME LOAN * FINANCE CO. Second Foor, L O. F. BIdg. NEW LOAN PLAN $50 FOR $5.25 FOB 5 MOS. Courteous »nd confidential service. Ask any one ot our 1,000 satisfied cuntomers. Ei- perlenced loan counsellor In charge. SECURITY LOAN COMPANY 331 1st Nat'l Bk. BIdg. Fh. 412 SWAP--Dress or rug making for good late style bed. Write KK-24, Globe-Gazette. CHARACTER LOANS -- 550 or more. $10 is cost of $100 loan. A year to pay. 207% N. Federal. IMMEDIATE LOANS !. L. PINE'S 24 HOUR SERVICE --on-Loans up to $300.00 made anywhere in North Central Iowa on furniture, autos, diamonds, personal property. Repay from your earnings. '.. L. Pine Loan Company Weir BIdg., Mason City Phone 224 NEED MONEY in a HURRY? WOULD A LOAN of $300 or less help you to pay bills and have money you need tor other purposes ? REASONABLE RATES. Liberal Payment Plan and prompt, confidential service for forty-seven years. No obligation for full details , SEE US TODAY United Financial Service Swap Service 38 Three times or less offering a "SWAP" costs nothing. Th« ad must have a Globe-Gazette "key" number nnd the advertiser will pay 10 cents for each reply. Replies are to be called for at the Wand Ad counter. SWAP Fordson tractor and horse on general purpose tractor. Write R.K-26, Globe-Gazette. SWAP Slpg. rm. for painting and paper hanging. Write TT-27, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Carpenter work for used car. Write W-24 Globe-Gazette. Farms for Sale 50 FOR FARM 'Bargains see T. W. Gilpin, Northwood, Iowa. Farm Machinery 51 FOR SALE--500 bu. steel grain bin on skids. O. A. Muhlstein, Rockwell. FOR SALE -- 10 ft. McCormick Deering tandem disc, one 8 ft. McCormick Deering tandem disc, used, very good condition. H. Fischer, Meservey, Iowa. Sale or Trade A38 FOR SALE or TRADE---Farmall tractor. Terms. Will buy or sell used cars. Smith Bros. Xire and Battery, Clear Lake. ^^ FOR SALE--Black horse, 5 years, weight 1,750 Ibs. Elmer Hansen, j miles north of Swaledale. Instruction 39 WE WANT to select a reliable young man, now employed, with foresight, fair education and mechanical inclinations, who is willing to train during spare time or evenings, to qualify as installation and service expert on all types electric refrigerators. Write fully, giving age, phone, present occupation. S- 26, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--1 black gelding colt, coming 3 years old. Also soj jeuns. Ernest Wltte, Rockwell, la. Trade or Exchange 42 FOR SALE--Z50 bushel velvet barley, also logold oats. F. W. Stoer, 6 miles south of Ventura. WANT--To trade clear city property for tourist cabins that can be moved to new location. Write X- 26, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE -- Hardwood eveners, ridges, neckyoke and singletrees, 205 E. Division, Clear Lake. Rooms tor Rent 44 FOR RENT--2 light hskpg. rtns., 1st fl. 20 4th N. W. Ph. 1460J. FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. 23 5 N. W. Ph. 3897 mornings. 8 First St. N. W. Phone 1414 Beauty Parlors 16 GUARANTEED Permanents for less. We pay no rent, you save the difference. Mrs. Williamson, 9 Ninth N. E. Ph. 3742. PERMANENT waves $1.80 to S3- Shampoo and finger wave 50c. Ph. 3011, call for Le Moderne Annex. 2121/2 N - Fed. Ave. Painting, Decorating 24 WOMEN want papering. 4F14. OWNER will contract for painting exterior several houses. Painters wishing to bid on work, answer stating cost of labor, hour basis and material recommended, also references. Write U-27, Globe-Gazette. INT: Dec., paperhanging. Ph. 3129. PAPERING, pntg., Stewart, 2436W. Business Opportunities 29 FOR SALE--2 chair barber shop, good business, good live town, low overhead, quitting account of health. Write Y-27, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--Potato chip business and equipment, bargain. Season just here. 421-4 S. W. Help Wanted, Male 32 MEN owning their own trucks who have previously had country gasoline routes write M-26, Globe-Gazette. .WE WISH to thank our man; friends and relatives, also thi C. M. and St. P. R. R. employe, and the members and groups of thi Central Lutheran church for thi beautiful floral offerings and kindnesses shown us during the illness and at the death of our beloved husband and son. MRS. JULIUS WIBLE MR. and MRS. WM. WIELE and FAMILY MR. and MRS. JOHN FAKTOR and FAMILY WANTED -- Experienced, dependable farm man. Married or single. For season or year. Write K-27, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Night watchman. Light work mostly for room. 404 S. Fed. Funeral Directors 3 SOAIE-De- pendable service. 243 Fifth street S. E. Ph. 1505. PATTERSON FUNERAL HOME-A service for those who care. Ambulance. 322 N. Wash, Ph. 1140. RANDALL Funeral Home--Ambulance service. 104 3rd St N. E. Ph. 511. C. E. Snlppa. H. B^Major. Florists A COMPLETE line of fresh, homegrown Easter lillies and other plants at fair, reasonable prices. Phone 55, Kembles. Monuments A4 MARK every grave with a monument from Mason City Cut Stone and Mon't Co.. 504 N. Monroe 783. Personals REALSILK Ringless hosiery, new lingerie. Ivy Daugherty, 1215J. SPENCER Individually designed hernia belts for children and infants. Simple adjustment. Ph. 3856. Lost and Found 6 LOST--Delta Sigma Phi pin. V. G. W. on back. Ph. 2210. WANTED--Married man on farm. Write S-27, Globe-Gazette. WANTED,--Experienced Ford mechanic. References required. Write W-20, Globe-Gazette. Situation Wanted 33 WANTED--Work in small family. Ref. Write N-27, Globe-Gazette. YOUNG Lady wishes bookkeeping or general office work. Write H- 27, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Work on farm by exp. single man. Best ref. Write N-27, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Position in doctor's or dentist's office. Write X-27, Globe- Gazette. EXP. Single man wants work on farm. L. Halverson, 1133 E. State. FOR RENT--2 rms. slpg. or light hskg. 401 6 S. E. FOP. RENT--Attractive newly furn, front room. Ph. 2341LJ. FOK BENT--Mod. fur. light hskpg rm. and kitchenet, 1st fl., pri. ent., phone and refrigerator in connection, $3.50 a week. Ph. 42G1, FOR RENT--Rm. for 2 in pri, home. Meals if desired. 3599W. FOR RENT--3 Igt. hskpg. rms. ; furn. or partly furn. 120 2 St. SW, FOR RENT--2 rm. furn. apt.. 302 14 N. W. Ph. 2663J. FOR RENT--Light .housekeeping rooms. 416 N. Perm. FOR RENT--Good rm. for gentle man, ?2. Breakfast ?1 extra. 2195J FOR RENT--Light hskpg. room Ph. 2867LJ. 404 2nd N. W. FOR RENT--Furn. hskne. rm., pri ent Close in. Ph. 2867J. Apts. ior Rent 45 FOB BENT--Front apt. K. C. bldg. fireproof. Reasonable rent. J. A Sullivan. Fh. 83 or 1919. FOR RENT--Outside apt., unfurn. over I. G. A. 2 rm FOK KENT--Unfurn. apt. to reli able adults. 4 rms. and bath. Base ment and attic. Gas, hot water heat Autohot, eL refrig. 416 N. Del. FOR RENT--4 rm. mod. apt, heat and water furnished. 1409 N. Mad at $15. W. L. Patton, 109 E.'State WANTED--Young %voman to share apt. with business woman. 221 N Georgia after 5 p. m. FOR RENT--3 furn. rm. apt. and private bath. No children. 420 9 N. W. FOR RENT--Furn. 3 room and oath apt., for 2 or 3 working people $25. Phone 210. FOB BENT--Small furnished apart ment. Lights, gas, heat and watei supplied. A cozy place for two Close in. Immediate possession. See WINDERS at IOWA TEA CO. FOR RENT--Very desirable 4 rm apt. River Hgts. Ph. 24 or 973. FOR RENT--3 rm. furn. apt. 1626 S. Penn. Ph. 2357. FOR RENT--Apts., furn. or unfurn See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. Houses ior Rent 41 FOR RENT--5 rra. fum. bung. 309 So. Louisiana. Services Offered A3 3 W A N T E D -- Paper hanging. W o r k guaranteed. H a r r y Grant. Phone 975. SEWING, any kind. 107Va 1st S. E. LET Me do your roofing work and save the difference. Ph. 3876. CHARLES W. COX for windmill and pump work. Phone 2185LW. ROOFS repaired. Phone 3830. Swap Service 38 SWAP Services for salary steno., switchboard operator, hskpg. Can drive car. Write ZZ-26, Globe-Gazette. FOE BENT--Nice little mode: house at Clear Lake. §15 per mo Freeman and Kenyon, Clear Lake WANT to sub-lease for summe months, mod. furn. 5 rm. bung Reasonable to responsible party. Ph 733 or 3771. FOB RENT--House opp. City Park Clear Lake. Mod. 6 rm. suitabl for living quarters and lunchroom B. M. CaUanan. FOR RENT--4 rm. all mod. bung with garage $22 month. Ph. 89f RENT YOUR HOME from Briar List your property with Bria Buy a home from Briar. Ph. 341' Houses ior Sale 4 FOR SALE--By owner at sacrific 6 room mod. bung., nearly new Large lot. Restricted district. Ph 3651, BABGAINS FOB SALE 1 John Deere used 10-ft disc. 1 fflC used 10-ft. disc. 1 Emerson used 10-ft. disc. 1 Endgate seeder. CLEAB LAKE IMP. CO. Clear lake, Iowa Livestock for Sale 52 'OR SALE--2 Dave Ryan. guernse'y cows. Misc. ior Sale 55 FOB SALE--Manchu soy beans $1.60 per busheL B. F. Miner !lear Lake. Phone 4F21. FOB SALE New 6x8 brooder house. Double floor, air tight. Will take one-half cash, balance li farm products. CHRIS OLSEN Oak and State Sts. Clear Lato FOR SALE--Moore gas heater fo: 70,000 cubic feet capacity, almos new, $40. See It at P. G. and E. Clear Lake. FOB SALE--Round bottom boa with oars. Proctor, 1432 Soutl Kentucky. WALNUT BLOCK IS GOOD CLEAN COAX, $7.00 Just Try One Ton @ ALLISON COAL FEED CO. Phone 431 FOR SALE--Lloyd Loom bah buggy, cradle and bed combined play pen, high chair, nursery chai Phone 1489. Trade In your old worn-out ROLLER SKATES on a new pair. LINDQUIST'S 620 S. Federal Phone 831 HEAVY MATS SIZE 18i/ 2 x21 2cEACH The Dry Mats are excellent for lining garages, chicken houses, coal bins, cellars, cabin walls, weatherboarding, . sound proofing or Insulation. Not suited for outside surfacing or drawing use. We have over SOO which may be bought for only 2 cents each. Call Business Office Globe-Gazette. Foods ASS FOR SALE--Green Mountain pota toes, 50c, 75c and ?1 bushel, mi. SW Mason City. A. M. Dougan FOR SALE Potatoes, 100 Ib. bag $1.45; pk. 25 Cabbage, 15 Ibs 25 Carrots, bu "5 Popcorn, sure pop, 6 Ibs 25 Our prices are right. EABLS FEUIT MARKET 1603 S. Fed. Also Nora Spring FOR SALE--Seed Potatoes--Firs year Early Ohios and Cobbler., grown from Red River Valley Nort Dakota, certified seed, $1.10 per bu in 100 Ib. bags. T. 0. Rye Sons miles northwest Hanlontown. la BY ALL MEANS S A V E THIS WEEK ON YOUE GROCERY NEEDS After April 1st you will be oblige to pay a 2% sales tax plus a possible 6% mark up over cos Totaling 8% Advance It is to your advantage to buy a the following prices: COFFEE, Chocolate Cream, special BUTTER, finest grade, Ib BRAN FLAKES, Post (3 for 25c) SUGAR, 10 pounds PORK BEANS, qt. size, Jack Sprat, can BREAD, loaf DILLON'S GROCERY 29c ,25c ...9c 49c .9c .4c Musical Instr. 58 OR net radio, like new. 21% 15 NW. Household Goods 73 OR SALE--Singer sewing- machine, elec. radio and battery ra- io. 639 S. Jackson. Poultry, Eggs 74 HIS IS TUADE WEEK at our house. W1H trade 500 Brown leg., 00 Buff Orp-. 500 assorted, started hicks for corn, oats, pigs, young uttle, springers, etc. We have sev- ral used brooder houses for sale. Phone 3041. Mason City Hatcher}-. 23 Purebred Varieties of Baby Chicks ?B.SO and Up. irooder stoves $12.90 sold on 10 days' free trial. Reserve space for Custom Hatching '/ 2 cents per egg, hatched in all Clectric Incubators with Automatic double control. STROMBERG HATCHERY 'hone 356 Mason City, Iowa 404 South Federal 'OR SALE--Bronze turkey gobbler. Fordson tractor and John Deere plow In A-l condition. Consider trade for horses or cattle Ph. 711, Clear lake. BABY CHICKS and started chicks. Hatches Mon. and Tlnirs. Ail Iowa accredited chicks. Grady latchery, Kockford, Iowa. Phone No. 138^ Certificate of Compliance No. 2126. Wanted to Buy 75 WANTED--To buy used piano cheap. Write W-27, Globe-Gazette, HIGHEST cash prices paid for old gold watch cases, dental scrap. Blanchard's Jewelry. WANTED TO BUY Good clean rags. Will pay 5 cents per pound. Inquire GLOBE-GAZETTE PRESS ROOM ,VE Pay highest prices for furni' ture, stoves, men's shoes, clothes or any useful article you have. B O. Exchange. Ph. 1216. WANTED--Mimeograph. Ph. 3800 WANTED Two 30 gal. lubricatm; tanks with pump. Log Cabin Oi" WANTED--Alfalfa hay second cutting. Must be bright and leafy. :erro Gordo Farmers Co. WANTED--Used turn., stoves and rugs. Graham 2nd hand store, next to Strand theater. Ph. 301. WANTED--Young pony 900 pounds. Quenteu Love, Garner, Iowa. Wanted to Borrow 77 WANTED--To borrow ?2,000 or $2,500 on property near Ventura. Good garden. A. H. Cooley, Box 114, Ventura, Iowa. Autos for Sale 79 FOR SALE--1928 4 door Chevrolet sedan, good tires, reasonable. Call 1440 or 15 S. Commercial Ave. FOR SALE--Essex sport roadster. Call at 20 % Ninth street N. W. FOR SALE--Repossessed .'29 Standard Buick coach, clean. ?200. Terms-trade. F. E. Games, Park Inn. The New Hupp has arrived on display at ilesroom. Stop In or Demonstration. You'll like it. GILDNER'S HUPMOBILE SALES and SERVICE Ph. 488 H The JNew t and is no^ our Salesn Phone for H FOR SALE--Nash roadster, A-l condition, by owner. Write L-26, Globe-Gazette. OUR USED CABS ALWAYS PBICED EIGHT 1929 Ford Coach. Like new 1927 Chevrolet Coupe. A dandy 1928 Chevrolet Coach. Good 1929 Chevrolet Coach. Perfect 30 more late models to choose from MARSTON'S y t Blk. E. Hanford Hotel Telephone 162 Highest Value! US Lowest Prices! 1932 V-8 Ford Coupe (clean and ready to go) $385 1929 Oakland Coach (ex good).S285 1931 Pont. Coach, good, clean.$315 1931 Dodge Coupe with rumble seat. See this car and save S$$ 1931 Ford Coach (runs good).$275 1931 Ford truck (exceptionally good) $385 GET YOUB CAR BEADY FOR SPRING Service Special to March 31 FOR S8.25 WE WILL perform the following labor and furnish necessary parts: Grind vau-cs, clean carbon. Clean gas line, adjust carburetor. Inspect,"adjust Ignition. Clean spark plugs on any Ford 4 cylinder car. WAGNER MOTOR CO. FORD SALES ACROSS 1--Wooded land 7--A clergyman 13--Plaintive or mournful 15--An apparatus attached to « piano which plays tunes mechanically 16--As well 17--Used on violin bows 19--Mohammedan prince 20--Hindmost parts of animals 22--To make by hand, as an edging 23--To pass, as a rope, through a hole 24--To follow ae a consequence 2f--Concise 27--Insect 28--Touch lightly 29--Fearless 32--Pertaining to a foot 36--A form of spade for peat cutting 37--Devour 40--Pertaining to law 42--A torch made of resinous wood 43--A revolving part of o, machine 45--An exceedingly small particle 46--A biblical character 48--A title of hereditary rank GO--Beautifies El-- To adroit as true DOWN 1--A notable achievement 2--Wide-mouthed cooking vessels 3--A sum exuded from trees 4--Term applied to certain baeterlcldci 6--A musical note G--Uoofinc material 7--Fastening article 8--A river In Germany. S--Scoff 10--Lar£e_ books 11--Fruit "of a tree 12--Uncommon 14--Hospital bed to--A hole In the ground IS--A continent (abbr.) 21--Smooth and pleasant i». manner *3--To drive bacfc' 25--A compass point £6--Touch lightly 29--To mix together 30--Musical receiving fleviw 31--Near (poet.) 33--The people (Gr.) 34--Gone (poet.) 35--To belate 30--A covered colonnadt 37--Goddess of davm 38--Near 39--Tobit (abbr.) 41--Language of the Letts 43--In law a thing 44--Royal Academy of Arts (ab.J 47--Radon (symbol) 49--Right side (abbr.) Aniwer to prtvioiu pilule FOR SALE -- 1932 International model A-3, short wheelbase, single tires. International Motor Trucks. Ph. 20. Auto Trucks 80 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATRIX STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, us. No. 448B, Notice Is hereby given, tlmt the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as Administratrix of the estate of. D, I*. Dean, deceased, late of Cerro Gordo County. AD persona Indebted to atild estate are requested to make Immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them, d u l y authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file In the office or the Clerk of the District Court. ADA STATZER. J. C. ROBINSON, Attorney. Dated March 17, 193-1. S. H. MncPEAK, Clerk District Court. By MARGARET RILEV, Deputy. - NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, as. To C. H. Christians and \V- J. Lftwler, and to whom It may concern: You are hereby notified that by virtue of special execution, to me directed, and Issued out of the office oX the Clerk of the District Court of the State of Iowa, -within and for Cerro Gordo County, upon a Judgment rendered In said Court In favor of Northwest Holding Corporation of Mason City, Iowa, a corporation, and against C. H. Christians and W. J. Lawler, for the sum of Twenty-two thousand five hundred eighty and 89-IOQ Dollars, debt, and Two hundred ninety-seven and 06-100 Dollars, costs, I have levied upon the following described personal property to wit: Promissory note tinted January 2. 1931, In principal amount $7,110-00, sljrned by William Devereux, payee First National Bank of Dougherty, Iowa; Promissory note dated April 1, 1931, In principal amount 53,000.00, sinned by William P. Hevereux and Margaret Dcv- eretix, payee First National Bank ol Dougherty, Iowa; Promissory not« dated March fi, 1931, In prindpnt amount $1,450.00, alpied by Clinton J-ockwood, payee First National Bunk of DouBhtrty, Iowa; Promissory note dated December 23* 1930, In principal amount $i,HlM).00, sicned by J. A. Savage, payee First National Bank of Dougherty. Iowa; Promissory note dated December 22, 3!)30, In principal amount of $3,683.00, sl«ned by Annie G. Sweeney, payee First 'National Bank of Dougherty, Iowa: Promissory note dated June 6, 1927, In principal amount §2,203.90, signed by Iloss lUccins. payee First National Bank of Dougherty, Iowa; Promissory note dated September 10, 1327, In principal amount §705.915, signed by Ross lUgeins, payee First National Bank of Dougherty, Iowa; in dthat on the 7th day of April. 3934, at 2 o'clock p. m., at the Sheriff's office in the Court House, in Mason. City Township, Cirro Gordo County, Iowa, t will proceed to sell the same in satisfaction of said execution, together with all legal costs ac- cruinp. Dated at the Sheriff's office In Mason Citv, Iowa, this 17th day of March, 1934. J. 1!. ROBERTSON, Sheriff of Cerro Gordo County. Iowa.. By ELSIE RAMSEY, ·Deputy Sheriff. BREESK CORNWELL, Attorneys. NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATRIX STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, BS. No. 4188. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the undcrnicned has been duly appointed nnd qualified as Administratrix of the estate ot Oscar T. Anderberg, deceased, late of Cerro Gordo County. All persons Indebted tu said est.ite arc requested to make Immediate payment: ana those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, anil file in the office of the Clerk of the District | Court. VIRGINIA NOR1IA ANDERBERG. F. A. Ontjes. Attorney. Dated March 32th. 1934. R. 11- McPirnk, Clerk District Court. By--Margaret juicy, Deputy. 819 S. Federal jphone 3313 Co., Auto Trucks 80 truck in condition. S. R. Chevrolet Inc. U(»ns Club Luncheon. BELMOND--The newly reorganized Lions club held its first lunche- eon at the Hotel Case Monday noon R. A. Henderson, attorney for this county, i9 president. Anderson, 74, Dies; Funeral at Lake Mills to Be Held Saturda LAKE MILLS, March 27.--Henrj Westland Anderson, 74, of Siiv Lake, died Sunday at his home. H had been living in Silver Lake fo about 45 years. He is survived b his wife and four children, two son and two daughters. He was a hal brother to Albert Westland wh lives east of town. Funeral service will be conducted on Saturday a the Salem Lutheran church at o'clock and 10 o'clock at the horn The Rev. O. R. Sletten will officiate. DICK" IS WED FOR HIS CHANGE 'ought for Waterways Under ioover but Opposes Them Under Roosevelt. NEW HAMPTON, March 27.-- pnator L. J. Dickinson is chicled in ic current issue of the democratic eekly clip sheet for "deserting Her- crt Hoover and the Iowa farmers 1 ' n the St. Lawrence seaway treaty ecently denied ratification by the enate. "Nearly two years ago," E. J. Feung. chairman of the state central ommittee recalls, "from the plat- orm the republican national con- ention in Chicago. Keynoter Dicknson lauded the Great Lakea-St. iawrence waterway project as one f the principal reasons why the armers of the mid-west should land behind President Hoover. "Hoover, as Dickinson rated the tory, had forwarded, the watcr- vay program to the point where he farmers could all but jingle their avlngs in freight rates in their veralls pockets. Hoover deserved e-election. one might gather from he senator's praise, for the single ict of negotiating the waterway rcaty with Canada. "Well, Hoover didn't happen to be e-electcd, but that didn't change- he attitude of the farmers toward he waterway project and they still held hope that freght rate relief might be afforded them, regardless of who occupied the white house at .he time. "We come down to March, 1934-'resident Roosevelt strongly urges :he senate to ratify the waterway treaty. The senate division is close. Svery vote from the agricultural ·egions, which expect to benefit most through the project is sadly needed. "The president was moving again to assist agriculture, but a senator from Iowa who once gloried in the title of 'Hell Raiser for Agriculture,' voted 'no.' "A good deal has since been heard of this about face, for Iowa- still is a waterway boosting state. 'When 'Dick' comes home he will face this question: ' 'Did you mean to desert Hoover or the Iowa farmers?'" Rites for Mrs. Moore Held in Eagle Grove EAGLE GROVE, March 27.--Funeral services for Mrs. M8.ry H. Moore, 78, were held at the Sacred Heart church Tuesday r th§s2,svHPr- Molloy officiating. Three daughters, Mrs. C. T. Brattebo of Boone; Mrs. C. A. Warner of Albert Lea, Minn., and Mrs. E. J. Bloham of Clarion survive: also two sons, Thomas in Renwick and George in Eagle Grove. Russell Evans Rites Held in Joice Church JOICE, March 27.--Funeral services were held Saturday at the Bethania church for Russell Evans, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Evans, local druggist. A male quartet sang. Burial took place at Concordia cemetery, the Rev. L. F. Scheie officiating-. Mrs. Ella Yeakel and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lake, Ames; Lynn Evans, Hampton; Mr and Mrs. Oscar Evenson, St. Ansgar; Helen Peck, St. Louis, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. George Greenfield and son, Woden, and several from Wisconsin were among the relatives that attended. Receive Whist Prize. CARPENTER--The Whist club met Saturday evening at the Legion liall. Those receiving high score were Mrs. H. Robertson for women, Selmer Lee high for men. Edwin Bork was low. Observe 31st Anniversary. BURT--Mr. and Mrs. William Koestlcr celebrated their thirty-first wedding 1 anniversary Sunday by entertaining a large group of relatives and friends at dinner. C A S H FOR. YOUK OLD CAR. NO WAITING--NO DELAY Lapiner Motor Co. AllNationsBeerNites With assorted diets served. Wednesday, Thursday, ITridny, March 28, 29, 30 Bring 1 your own musical instruments and friends -- entertain your own way. No cover charge. OASIS Opposite Fair Grounds AUCTION MARCH 29, 1934. AT 10:30 A. M. SHARP Lund Sales Stables ON NO. 18--EAST SIDE OF CITY We have a good assortment of livestock for this siile--75 horses, 75 head of cattle, some good bred ewrs »«d 125 feeding Vi'fX. Several brood sows. One good roiin Shorthorn bull and one Ilhick Angus bull for this sale. We nls" have some farm machinery. Twenty bushels of nlslke clover seed. One new farm wnpon with triple box. Bring in your good horses us \v« have s»mc eastern buyers here this week and buyers for nil other classes. Jmicb on the grounds. Thi-se sales will be held every Thursday. Bring anything you have to sell. WE INVITE YOU TO ATTEND TERMS, CASH STABLK 3758 -- PIIONKS-- RESIDENCE 38S6 Ora. Bayless, XG8Z --ATJCTIONF.EHS-- .Iix'k Dorsey, Plymouth

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