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February 10, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 10 · 1937 . FIFTEEN THIS COLD WEATHER DOESN'T KEEP GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT ADS FROM WORKING AND IF YOU CANNOT BRING YOUR AD IN, JUST TELEPHONE IT . .'. 3800 Classified Advertising Information PHONE 3800 Personals "CHRYSLER AIRTEMP". the perfect air conditioning. J. H. Marston, 107 1st St. S. E. Ph. 162. Business Services FOR BUILDING Your home or remodeling your home, call C. A. Holmenn, contractor. Ph. 2667. DURING 1 9 3 7 -- ' M A K E 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 All Two Lines Size of-Art One Bay Three Seven Days Days 2 Lines ..$ .30 $ .70 $1,30 3 Lines .. .45 1.05 1.95 4 Lines .. .GO 1.40 2.60 5 Lines .. .75 1.75 3.25 6 Lines .. .90 2.10 3.90 7 Lines .. 1.05 2.45 4.55 S Lines .. 1.20 2.80 5.20 9 Lines 1.35 3.15 5.85 PBJCES FOR CONSECUTIVE DAXS 15% discount If the ail is paid within 5 days of the day it is inserted. INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications arc nunibct'ctl according to the position in which they appear in (lie section. Lodges and Societies 1 Card ot Thanks 2A Death Notices 2 ITuncral Directors 3 In Memorlam 3 A Cemeteries 4 Florists 5 Lost and Found « 9 8A Personals Beauty Shops Business Services Optometrist Help Wanted, Female Saleswork for Women Help Wanted, Male 12 Saleswork lor Men Help Wanted. Male or Fe- malo 13A Agents Wanted li Work Wanted, Women Work Wanted, - Men 16 Instruction J7 Business Opportunities IS (\Toncy to Loan 19 Wanted to Borrow 20 Rooms for Rent 21 Apartments for Kent 22 Houses for Rent 23 Cottages for Rent 23A 10 11 13 15 Business Places tor Kent 24 Garages for Rent 2 Farms, Acre- ages for Rent 25A Wanted to Rent 25B Houses and Lots £or Sate 26 Business Property, Sale 27 Real Estate Cor Sale. Kxch. 23 Real Estate Wanted 29 Real Estate Loans 30 farms lor Sale or Exchange 30A Miscellaneous for Sale 31 Swap Service 32 Home Furnishings 33 Musical Instruments - 34 Radios and Service 33 Business Equipment 36 Good Things to Eat 37 Want to Buy 38 DOES. Birds, Other. Pets 39 Livestock and Equipment Poultry and Supplies Automobiles for Sale Auto Parts, Tires. Scrx-. 40 42 . . 43 Wanted. Automobiles 44 ANNOUNCEMENT Death Notices HOFFMAN, W. H., 65, died suddenly at his home, 714 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, Monday afternoon about 5:45 o'clock following a brief illness of pneum- nia. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the First Methodist church with the Rev. C. E. Flynn, pastoi of the church, in charge oE services. Burial will be at Memorial Park cemetery. The Randall funeral home in charge. Funeral Directors McAULEV Funeral Home--Complete service day and night 8 S. Adams. Phone 651. 'EDERAL Corporation Aulomo-' bile Financing. 309 First Natl. Bank Building. Phone 516. Watch and Jewelry Repairing Work Guaranteed John Colwell Nora Springs, la. AUTO INSURANCE Agency openings in surrounding counties--Lower Rates. Centralized claim service. J. T. Twlto, Mgr. Standard Mutual Auto Ass'n. Cor. Fed. 2 S. E. Mason City Optometrist 9A Money to Loan 19 Friendly Financial SERVICE You need not hesitate to see us if money is needed. We are always glad to explain our plan. Consolidate your obligations into one account with one small payment monthly. ·United Financial Service 8 1st N. W. Ph. 1414 4%% FARM 5% CITY MONEY For refinancing, building, buying. Monthly payments optional. W. L. PATTON LASSES--\Ve use the best quality at a price you can afford to pay. Dr. Knutson. Opt., Weir Bldg. EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted, Female 10 WANTED -- Woman between 30 and 55 years of age for gen'l. hswk. Write Box 18, Leland, Iowa. Help Wanted, Male 12 WANTED---Young mrin with good personality for general office work. Opportunity for advancement to right parly. Write U-10, Globe-Gazette. ABLE Man to distribute samples, handle coffee route. Up to $4d first week. Automobile given as bonus. Write Albert Mills, 944 Monmouth, Cincinnati, Ohio. Saleswork for Men 13 WANTED Two salesmen with light cars anxious to secure permanent positions with good immediate earning and opportunity for advancement. Must be able to travel. No investment required. U $30 to $50 per week interests you, see A. C. LUTHER PARK INN HOTEL 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 Tuesday and Wednesday. Out of town applicants please write. Work Wonted, Women 15 WOMAN wishes hswk., go home nights. Ph. 3445-J. WANTED--Hskpg. by exp., neat lady, have girl 11. Write Box 131, Latimer, Iowa. ALL BILLS Paid in Full And money left over. Group your bills here. Have one place to pay. Easy Repayment Plan. LOANS to $300 SECURITY LOAN CO. 321 1st Nat. Bank. Ph. 412 Ready Money B'ew people have relatives or friends who can conveniently lend them up to $300 on short notice and any time. But everyone can come to us, knowing that we are prepared to make a loan any day, and to allow ample time £or repayment in conveniently small, regular amounts. Humphrey Finance Co. 19 Vi N. Fed. Ph. 578 Get CASH to Pay Bills From Your CAR By using our convenient, confidential monthly payment AUTO LOAN PLAN Home Office: Corner South of New City Hall Phone 670 Midland Investment Co. Wanted to Borrow 20 VfANTED^~~To~ borrow" Vl.OOO. Will pay 6% interest semi-an- mally. Write W-10, Globe-Gazette, FOR RENT Rooms for Rent 21 FOR RENT--Warm slpg. rms. board if desired. 240 9th S. E FOR RENT--Mod. slpg. rm. for 1 or 2. Young men preferred a 210 8th St. S, E. Ph. G81. FOR RENT--Modern warm sleeping room, $2.50 a week. 13 North Monroe. FOR RENT--Warm slpg rms. 128 3rd N. W. FOR RENT--Sleeping room, gentlemen pref. 229 E. State. Instruction FOR RENT--Warm, slpg. rm., pri 17 ent Gentlemen pref. 1321. AIR Conditioning Refrigeration And Diesel Engineering Young men can train in our shops on actual Air Conditioning Refrigeration units and real operating Diesel engines. The largest and best equipped shops in the Northwest. Opportunity to earn part tuition if qualified. Write 5 N. 15th Street, Minneapolis. MEYER Funeral Home--Dependable service. 126 Third St. 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. Cemeteries MEMORIArTpARK^''The Cemetery Beautiful." Perpetual maintenance. I. O. F. Bldg. 172, 1827J. Florists ON VALENTINE'S DAY, Sunday, Feb. 14th, sing your love song with flowers from Kcmble's. Ph. 55. Lost and Found FOUND--Purse containing money. Owner may have same by paying for this ad. Ph. 4049; LOST--Pair of glasses, gold rim, straight top, between 1st and Del. to Fed. So. side of street and 1st St. to Universal News on Fed. West side. Universal News or call 1101. Personals EXPERIENCED teacher will tutor in shorthand, typing, bookkeeping, English. 50c hour. Mrs. Yost, filO N. Del. 3157J. LENORE E. SWINEHAUT announces lliat she will continue (he management and ownership nf the NEHI BOTTLING CO. MI.-s Swinehart was formerly Mrs. S. A- Twining. WORK 'FOR "UNCLE SAM"-Many 1937 appointments. Start $1260-52100. Try next examina- tios. Sample coaching and list jobs --FREE. Apply today. Write F-ti, Globe-Gazette. Business Opportunities 18 WANTED--A man to take over our office in Mason City for our low priced policies. We guarantee $50 per mo. It will be up to you how much more you can make. E. B. Taylor Agency, 24 Pioneer Life Bldg., Fargo, N. Dak. $500 CASH gets half interest in proven business with principal guaranteed. C-9, Globe-Gazette. FINANCIAL Money to Loan For All Purposes We make cash loans up to $300 on your Auto or Furniture. Cars refinanced and payments reduced. Home Loan Finance COMPANY Second Floor Foresters Bldg. L O A N S UP TO ?300.00 Furniture, Autos, Lives to ck, Machinery. Diamonds and other Personal Property. Anywhere in North Iowa. Interest charged only on the unpaid balance for the actual time used. FREE INFORMATION C. L. Pine Loan Co. Diagonally Opp. 1st Nal'l Bank. 204 Weir Bldg., Mason City,,Iowa Apartments for Rent 22 FOR RENT--Mod. furn. or un- lurn. apt. 109 9 St. N. E. Ev'gs FOR RENT--Mod. 4 rm. apt. With garage. Kuppinger Ants Ph. 1289. FOR. RENT -- Kitchenette apt. sleeping room, close in. Ph. 3127 FOR RENT--Apt, 3 rms., unfurn first floor. Ph. 3DB3. 711 S. Pres B'OR RENT--March I, B rm. apt Crane apts. Ph. 1G41W. Houses for Rent 23 FOR RENT--3 rm. furn. house near Deckers. Ph. 301. FOR RENT--4 rm. duplex, fue furnished, $22. \V. side. See J. B Youngblood. FOR RENT 5 r. mod. bung, near Deck. $22.5 6 r. mod. house, close in N.W. S3 A. M. Schanke Co. Telephone 1300 FOR RENT--5 rm. mod. bunga low, garage, $30; 6 rm. mod house, garage, $30. W. L. Patton 109 E. State. Business Places for Rent 2' FOR RENT -- Syd's Delicatessen Clear Lake. Opp. Surf ballroom For inf. call Mason City, 112 o Syd Levy at 300, Clear Lake. FOR RENT--Office rms. Dcsir able office rm., running wate. $10; 2 desirable adjoining rms $14. See J. B. Youngblood. Farms, Acreages for" Rent 25A FOR RENT--Aci-eage, close in Vienna Gaylord, Nora Springs Iowa. FOR RENT Farms--With pasture for 20 heai of livestock, at least. Farm wit pasture for 45 head of livestocl, with 50-50 contract. Cash or grai shares to right parties. East edg of town. VIENNA GAYLORD Nora Springs, Iowa. Wanted to Rent B25 WANTED--To rent by rcliabl party, sm. imp. acreage. 2558 WANTED -- To rent furn. ligh hskpg. rms., close in. Ph. 3591. Houses, Lots for Sole 26 F *^** 1 ^ -~-~*~^^^*~~--.^-^_». -- -- ^--.-. ,- j-j^j j-_ OR SALE -- 2 lots adjoining, none better in Highlands, water, ewer, walks, sacrificed. W. L. atton, 109 E. State. Business Property, Sate 27 OR SALE--Suburban grocery stock. No fixtures. Low rent, iv. quarters if wanted. 225 1 NW. Real Estate, Sole, Exch. 28 'RADE -- Cafe with fixtures, worth $4500 for grocery . stock f same value in surrounding ter- itory. Write R-10, Globe-Gazette. REAL ESTATE Real Estate Loans 30 - \'orlh Iowa Farms .. 4Vz%-5% Vlason City Real Estate 4',%%-S% Large fund life insurance and Private money. Choice Mortgages For Sale. HUGH H. SHEPARD D02-508 Foresters Bldg. .Ph. 284 Farms far Sale, Exch. 3OA OR SALE--101 A. Ives farm 6 miles from VTanleys. Alta Vista, $6,100. $1,500 DOWN PAYMENT . 11 buy improved 80 acre farm, veil located. Owner would take mall Mason City home as part payment. BECK BROS. CO. PHONE 134 Wcmted to Buy 38 cation. Write R-9, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Used furniture. Joe Goss, 212 South Fed. Ph. 942. WANTED TO BUY--Buff Orpington anci White Rock cocker- als. Manly Elec. Hatchery. Ph. 14. WANTED--Used turniture, stoves. Graham's. 204 S. Fed. Ph. 301. WANT TO BUY--Lot or bungalow in Wildwood, Forest Park or Grandview. Give location and price. Write P. O. Box 300. WANTED--To buy trailer. Ph. 33B7J. new 4-wheel LIVESTOCKand PETS Livestock and E q u i p m e n t 40 FARMERS ATTENTION! Yon can still buy and get posses- ion March 1st o[ Federal Land Sank Farms in Cerro Gordo and idjoining counties. 20 % before possession. Bnl. like rent. L. P. Struyk, representative, 7QG N. Federal. Ph. 3080. Livestock Exchange We can help you exchange, buy or sell almost any kind of breeding stock you have for sale or want to purchase. Several hundred, head listed. Write or call Uniform Livestock Improvement' Association R. V. Wilkinson, Scir'y. Rock Falls Iowa FOR SALE--Home grown pure bred Belgium stallions. Priced to sell. J. J. Bonstcttcr, Cor with, own. 'OR. SALE OR KENT--Acreage. Guss Franke, Nora Springs, la. MERCHANDISE Miscellaneous for Sale 31 FOR SALE iVilliams OH-O-Matic and Auto- Crat oil burners complete with controls and 500 gal. tanks. E. H. NEAL Phone 312, Clear Lake, Iowa ATTENTION Farmers. Hudson tank heater, §10.95. Mason City Hardware. FOR SALE--Used cash registers, typewriters, Ph. 1033. adding machines. S. A- E. 10 winter motor oil, 40c gal. Home Town, 422 N. Moil. FOR SALE--Oats 50c km. W. J. Schulz, Rt. 3. Ph. BF31. TOR SALE: Used furniture, stoves, baby buggies, 1 G-tube Maj. ear radio, 1 10-ft. counter and display case. We repair furniture. EAST SIDE FURNITURE EXCHANGE and SHELL FURNITURE REPAIR Phone 640. 405 3rd N. E. Swap Service 32 SWAP--Butchering hog for good four wheel trailer. Write HH-9, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--'29 Chrysler coach for horse-or lot. Write RR-8, Globe- Gazette. Three times or less offering a "SWAP" costs nothing. The ad must have a Globe-Gazette "key" number and the advertiser will pay 10 cents for each reply. Re- alies are to be called for at the Want Ad counter. For every line over 3 lines, besides 10 cents for each answer, regular rates will be charged. SWAP--Fruit jars for fresh eggs. Write TT-10, Globe-Gazette. Home Furnishings 33 FOR SALE--Persian rugs Qxl2 and 8'-3" by lO'-B". Ph. 2821. FOR SALE--Enamel range heater, Heatrola, kerosene stove, 9x 12 rug and furniture. B. O. Ex 1408 N. Fed. FOR SALE--Misc. household furnishings, clean. Ph. 1583W. FOR SALE--Velour overstuffed living rm. suite, extra good condition. Ph. 1548. FOR SALE Dining room set, table, 6 chair. and buffet. Beautiful set. Origina price .$250. Will sell cheap, cash o terms to right party. DR. FRANCHERE Musical Instruments 34 f'OR SALE--Production bred ier- sey bulls and bull calves, whose dams have official and C. T. A. 'ocord. Gaugcf Jersey Farm, ^ockford, Iowa. Automobiles for Sale 42 L a p i f l i e r ' s Used. Cars We're not crowing but 20 years of reliable selling should at least warrant your looking here before you deal. '36 Dodge Fordor Touring Sedan. Real value. Real economy. Over 20 miles per gallon. Save on oil. New car guarantee. See it. '36 Plymouth Deluxe Tudor Trunk Sedan. Choice of gray or black _ Deluxe equipment. · New car finance rate. Save over $200. '36 Chevrolet Trunk Model Tudor. Could easily be sold for a carried _over. new car. Don't miss this one i£ you want to save SSSS. '35 Chevrolet Master Tudor Sedan. Clean as a pin. Local owner will recommend lliis car. We back it up with positive guarantee. Sec it. '34 Dodge Deluxe Tudor Sedan at the price of an ordinary car. Full si?.c. Full value. Economy second In none. Let us show you. Beautiful Tcrraplanc 8 Deluxe Fordor Sedan. More economy than many sixes. Plenty of speed and comfort. Priced to sell a'l S2S5. 1S30 Chevrolet Coupe that will please anyone.- .Real clean, S I 7 f v 1931 Ford Tudor Sedan. Reconditioned motor. Good tires. Only S18.1 1929 Ford Tudor. First owner traded this to us. Good as new. SIG5 1932 Essex Fordor Sedan. Beautiful body. Motor needs work. Only 9n. 192S Chev. Conch. Clean as a pin. Steel trunk. Good ti res, motor, J929 Ford Foidor Sedan. Nice motor. Body good. Interior fair. '28 Chevrolet Coach. Nice engine. Good body. Tires good. Value at $75. '28 Pontiac Tudor Sedan. New finish. Fine body. Excellent tires. SOS. Ford Touring. One in a million. Looks and runs like new. '31 Ford Sport Roadster. Be smart and buy tills car now and save $75. '31 Chev. Sport Roadster. Will sell for Klr move in HO days. Buy now. '32 Chevrolet Sport Coupe. 2 side mounts. 2 heaters. Beautiful value. '31 Fold Scdnn Delivery. Cannot be told from now. Owned locally. For Sale Team iron grey geldings 3 and 4 ears old, well broke. 1'eam white mares 10 and 12 years old. R. L. Dixon Plymouth Jowa AUTOMOTIVE Automobiles for Sole 42 Good Will Used Cars 1937 License Paid. Over 40 Used Cars to pick from, including Pontiacs, Chevrolets, fords, Plymoulhs, Buick, Hupmo- bile, Oldsmobile and other makes. Come in. It costs nothing to look, then compare our values. prices and John Gallagher, Inc. Pontiac fi's 8's. 25-27 2nd S. E. Phone 15(57 IT'S THE TRUTH! Results WERE VERY GOOD FROM OUR TRUCK AD IN TUESDAY'S GAZETTE. SO WE GIVE YOU AGAIN A FEW OF OUR BARGAINS '36 Ford Dlx. y,-Ton Panel $450 '34 Ford V-8 Sedan Dely. .. S2S5 '34 Ford V-8 Pickup §325 '34 Ford V-8 Panel $295 '33 I. H. C. Panel $225 '30 Chev. Panel $ 75 '29 Ford Pickup S 95 FORD V-8 TRUCKS '34 L. W. B. New tires ; $295 '33 L. W. B. Dual wheels . .. S425 '35 S. W. B. Dual wheels . . . $395 '34 L. W. B. New 1037 motor and 6 brand new tires and wheels $450 33 Chevrolet Pickup. Nobby rear tires. Nice quiet molm-. Spec.. $295. 33 Chevrolet V- Ion panel. Excellent motor. Good set of tires. $295. 27 Ford Coupe. One in a million. "At lie., nice body and Rnod cng.. S35. We Carry the Note--Payments to Suit Your Income See Us Before You Deal LAPINER CO, Buy Your Used Truck Here. 25 on Hand to Choose From. All Types. Automobiles for Sale 42 FOR SALE OR TRADE--1 1933 Ford V-8 coach and 1 1934 Plymouth coach ii\ A-l condition. East Side Furniture Exchange, 403 3 N. E. FOR SALE--1935 L. W. B. Ford truck, 12 tt grain box, stock rack. Special price $485, 1934 short whcelbase Ford truck with box, $285. 1935 Chev. pickup, A-l cond., $375. Few good used motorcycles, Jate models. Hiekcns Motor Sales, Kanawha. FOR SALE 1930 Buick Sedan, wonderful family car, $225. Jewel Motors, Inc. DeSoto 10 4th N. E. Plymouth Plione 81 FORD Ford 1329 Tudor. Good tires, motor good, 1937 license, only 595, terms. FOLSOM AUTO CO. 19-25 3i-d N. E. SPECIALS '36 International C-30 with 3 yd. hydraulic hoist dump body and 34x7 tires and wheels. '34 Ford V-B with the same kind of equipment. Will sell trucks with bodies or sell bodies separate. SEVERAL OTHER CHEAPER UNITS PRITCHARD MOTOR COMPANY YOUR FORD DEALER On Penn. from State to 1st S. E. CHEVROLETS USED CARS WITH AN O. K. THAT COUNTS "35 Chevrolet Master Coacli '34 Chevrolet Master Coach '33 Chevrolet Sedan : 33 Chevrolet Coacli. -Very clean FORDS '35 Ford Tudor, with t r u n k . Like new '34 Ford Tudor, with trunk WANTED-- dition and cheap. Box 64,- Rudd, Iowa. FOR SALE--Save money, small size piano (new), used in our sheet music department as a demonstrator, reduced $100. Only one Hurry. Vance Music Co. FOR SALE--Midget Monarch piano, cheap. Leaving town. Write T-9, Globe-Gazette. Good Things to Eat 37 ONIONS, 10 pound bag Inc CABBAGF., 8 pounds 25c RUTABAGAS, 0 pounds 25c CARROTS, 8 pounds . . . . ; , . 25c APPLES, 6 pounds 25c POTATOES, IRC., per perk - 39c EARL'S P'RUIT MARKET 1G03 South Federal ; OTHERS '34 Sludebakcr Sedan, with trunk '33 Plymouth Sedan '32 Plymouth Coach '32 Rockne Sedan '31 Buick Sedan We have many other makes and models ot reconditioned ears. It will pay you to see these before you buy. Special deals all through the month of February. S R Chevrolet Co., Inc. Iowa's Tvii-pesl Used Car Dcnlcv" 18 S. Wnsli. Phone 665 FOR SALli--'33 TcrrapJanc B sc- cl;m, -?275 cash. Good shape. -Write N-9, Globe-Gazelle. PONTIAC 1936 Ponliac Coupe. Hot water heater, new license, extremely low mileage. An inspection will prove the exceptional care this car has always had. ZBNOR MOTOR CO. 118 S. Del. Ph. 631 Aufo Parfs, Tires,. Services 43 FOR SALE--Set of General .rum- bo Ainvhecls, for Master Chev. or Pontiac. 658 4th N. E. Ph. 4275. Lodge Notices Q U E R N R r n E K A I t L O U G H NO. IOC L O. O. F. HALL 7:3U P. M. Meet 1st and 3rd Krlday of each month. SclinoJ of'tirlton Wed,, '2 o'clock. Cookie parly. MRS. EAIU- LEAMAN. N. G., Ph. 3543 MRS. MAUDE MAX SON* flee. Sec. Ph. 2096 ftlRS. R. E. KOLW1NSKA. Fin. Sec. Fh. 14RW l , u k c M a r t h J. II. An ulttn, Arer, G Unmilscn C h i l l o .If.inucUr i t r n v v M , Mamie LI row it E i k c n l i c r r y , 1' p p i c llrmvn; Allies llrown, r. A. Bryant, PA trick Hoy It, H e n r y C. tttuel, .T. W. Ilroeni, N c l l l r Ilnrry Rock, M a r y X. Carry, Gcorjce U r a n dl, (.',. S. llcrrvtnun. K. W. B a r c l a y , Lena I l u c k - h o i i s c , .Vcllle C'allarhiin, O. G. Cahners, J. Cariten*. St., Frank Cook man, F, G. Cochran, Tltirton Currntt, ,T. .1. Chine, .Tolni Vt. C a r r o l l , Sidney A. D r n l , \\\ T, Donnlvu*, i;mil \V. K c k c r , U a l s y J KrbCi. I'cler J. Fox, A n n i e F i n n , Mr M i n n i e U. Trlot, Fred G l h h s , F. ( r.alscr. Henry Olawe, Ucrmati U l l r i t - tcr, M. J. H a w a i i , MM. Charles .1 1 Jar en, .1. I.. Jamr.s. f. i f . J o h n s o n - l o l i n, Joint Jans.fcii. Fraiifj .l^tiiick. J o l m A. K e l l y . Gnu. Karnutic, Tctcr Krlly, Mrx. .Marie C, I v e u n c t l y Miss I.i«ie Lamm, M a r y I.n trim. Her, 1'. I.ealiy, Mrs. K m m a J. K e l l y , ,r, fll. n i a l l u y , Krrd n i i l l r r , ,1, I*. M u l r o n r j- L .lohn M f i r H l . O . 1'. n i o r l o F i , .Us. Mc- rormlck. I). L. M c C n r v l t l e . K l l e n Me 3 l j M a n , .lohn x n i l K l l e n A l c M i l l a i t . Mrx. Mary K. JMr.Corvir, Jl. H. Newe Tcarl O'HarroM-, Mary O ' H a r r o w , A n - tnn O e l n i n n , Uelty Opava, T, 1*. ( l l i l - »on, G. \V. Penples, -Ira. t r u s t e e ; (j tiy F. I'ayne. H e r b e r t u, Paine, II. I). Value, i'lorciicr A. reoplcs. 11 cur Ueevts, ,|rlin I t e n i i i t k e , J. K. J t e l l l y l.stwrcixcc K e i l l y , t. r. H y a n , R e v . H. S l u t t t r y . 11. A. S n r x i l r a K e r . XV. II. K l i e k * . I'reii K r S h e k a . J o h n U'. S m i t h , C!. Srcm.-Mi, A. N, .Slark, L'. F. W. .Slark, .lolm C. .S In art, M r s . Lydla .SUiner, A. .1. T h o m n s o n , \V. J. Torp c y . G e n . Thompson, l l a r r v I N f c r t R. Van y.yi, Sr.. K. .1. \ \ r i s r r . C. \Vtl«.on, \V. J. V o r k . Mrs. H a r r i e t Xarhiuixn, Krlinjc A. A i i u i i c l M e n , Hock as i : \ c c n l u r of (he Estalc of Thoi. A. Ilcrry, dec'd; U'm. W n l c l i . Mrs. H o w a r d llrown, M e r v y l Jlrtnvn J'aul. F. A. OtilJe^-A. G, H r r n n e c k . F. A. O n l j r s , assignee; Marie R t- S n i p p s . a% i i f f e n t ; II, II. l l r f l w n , Flircliara I n r u s h , A R e n t ; Mrs. John Cavaiiauj-h, fllary Cook, .Michael J. Conrfn, Mar- saret Calialan, James P. C n u r i t i , Mrs. M a r y C i l r t e y , Tho;.. I". Conrhi, AC ties O'Leary, K a r l Crcok», Mr.-,, Alice Conns, A. B. Coon. L i l l i a n i v n u c t f l l , Orict q n n i l e , Romnn C a t h o l i c O l n c e n e nf DCS M a l n e s G . . I.. H e r m a n , I t i n h n p ; l U i l l r A . H u e l l e . der'tt, i M a r t h i D w c l l e K n e r - J^nrf ni«I I'r.uilf K. KneeUinl. h t f r s and I r t n t c r s , I-'. A. O n t f ri. a s ^ l i f T i e c ! O, D r i i s m n r r , ilec'ri, K i l n D c n x m n r r , w l r i o i v and Claire l l e n s i j i o r r , sole h e i r s a ml Irjralrrs. F, A. Ontjrs, n i i s i K i i r e ; Mnrcarel K e l c h r n , Mrs, A l i a L. t r u i l e e ; J\ A. Fox as e x e c u t o r nl the r h l a l e of C h r t \ Tox, f l e n ' d i I). I). Fuller, L y n n F u l l e r , C a t h e r i n e F n l l f r C a s h m a n . Geo, K. Fuller, A, C, Gin- l a f i o n , f r a n k H o l l e r , E. O. H u » n , a - · I z n e e ; K. Hnxie, a« c 'd, Mrs, K. U o x l » t rtec'il, H. C. G H s i v o l d , heir,' I'. A. O n l j o , a ^ i i j t i c e i \V. C. Hofer, *^ art- m i n i s t r a l n r o f t h e r s l a t e of IVm. l l o f e r , d e c ' d ; W i n n i e A. Johnson. Mrs. K a l p h 0. Blahel. Mr*. U e f i . fc. rieraoll, G l v l n G. J o h n s o n , t m i l ThcLlen a* a d m i n i s - t r a t o r ot the estate ot Mela J o h n s o n , dec'tl; H a n n a h -M. SchulU, W i n n i e . A. Johnson, Km in a Hovver, Hose J o h n s n n as g u a r d i a n of Davltl and Uob J o h n s o n , Minor*; John Johnson, Cha-i, tt. J o h n s o n , Wm. li. J o h n s o n , L. A- Krilc, M u r y K l r n e r as e x e c u t r i x of the e*late of F r a n k Klrner. dec'd; E l c o n o r a K If m till, Mrs. Lizzie Lamm. L. C. U r U u b , E l i z a b e t h Lukes, Carol U. f c r « - iiess, D. J. Mereneas, Mrs. C, G. S c h e r e r , u e e M a b e l il, M c r e n e s s , A. CJ. Mereness, M a m i e K. M i d d l r l o n , H e l e n E s t h e r M i d d l e t o n , M y r a A l i c e M i d d l e ton, Taltonl L. M h l r i l e t o n , F l o r a A. warren, M a u d e V a n rallcn, K l i t a b c t l t arc.lliiiiu*. Thomas T. McManu*. P. ,t. M c M a n u s . Jt. j. McMaiui*, Mrs, ( V r n . K e l s h , Jii-i. M c . M a n u s , C l y d e I t e d m m u l . M a r v i n I I . Wiccnian a* a t t r m i m l r a t o r n f the e u t e of R e v . M. O ' C a l l a t l i a n , ilec'ili Nellie U n i s o n U n l i e * . L s t h r r O h K o n I l o u H i h y , A r t h u r O h J s o n , R o y n. O h l M . n , C t i r f t i r t l Ohl-ion. C. S. Rtr"- dc^eJ a-, atlinhmlr.itar tit Die e*.txtf. nl J o h n (\ U l e d r s e l . ilvc'il; I'. K. R i U r i m . j u t e h e i r and I dealer. O n y l e K l s t r i m , H. J . \ \ i c E n i a n , aissisnee; Hale I t e i l l y 1HII. L a u r e n c e ( [ e i l l y , J. K. l l e i l l y , K m l l v H a d l c y , I l t f i i c M, Sclivvet;er, IV. F J)odercr, iiec'tl, 1). W. K r e i d r r , a ^ s l t n e « ; Mrs. J. V. Slark, s o m t t i m r - , k n o u n as Mrs. Lily S t a r k , I V r l d n t i Slark, a u r t h n S t a r k . M a r i o n SUrV. ( · I t n .Stark, Krncst Orln S t a r k , M l n n l r . T i l l m a n . K e t i n e l h T H l m a n , Mrs. V e r a I t o b i n s o n , M i n n i e . T i l l m a n ns g u a r d i a n of Lola Tillman, a m i n o r ; Estctla U'itt- d e c k - r , Mrs. Clara H a r r i s , A r t h u r \\'\n- dt.:ker, II. W. W h n l e c k e r , C. J. Weber. Inc.. J o h n s o n W h i t e , dcc'il, xnle h e t r « J.itltte ». W h i t r , dec'd, F r a n k Whit it ant! Lulu W h i l e G a l b r c a l h , F. A. Onljci, a s s i g n e e : Sar.ili E. .^lahf r. , T ^ m e ^ W a c n e r , Urace W n s n c r I'alUn. K v a K, W a n n e r , Lron W a n n e r , Glen .1. Was iipr, Fcrnc i;, C,im|ibcll. F l o r e n c e M. Cook, Geo. F. I V a j r n e r , F r a n - crs W a j c n e r r u r c e l l . M . Rulh \ V a R i i r r , Mrs. M a r y I l o r c ^ n n , W i l f r e d I V c s l r y T ' n m n l t i r n , H a z e l llaxu n i l , L t f i e N U t p l . J'aiil L. James as g n a r r l l a n of U o r o t h y M n y I'orler. I.yiHa I r e n e Porter, l l n r r l l ^ a h c l l e I ' o r l e r , L a u - r e n c A Steveiii Porter. L li if en ft H u r t on H a w k i n s , llc-va, Lei eh l l a ^ ' k i n s ; Kv.\ K, W a g n e r , .M. H n l h W a n n e r , Feme Wi\j;n«r r » m n - Jiell. Lena W a g n e r . F r a n c e s W a ? n n I'urccll. I ' l o r e n c c M. C o o k , Gei. l\ W i n n e r , G l e n .r. Wiener, t i r j c c W n c . Her Pallen, Mri. M i n n i e W a n n e r . 1L O. Wilbcr. d e c ' d i sole h e i r s H a l l i r W l l - htr, M a b e l Wilber, Cora drove:, and ( J a y l e ltiUriin. K. J . ^ V i r E L n a T l , a*. " I f f t i e c ; Ge». F. n. W h i l e , L'i\rl M. JJeati and Field fa A. Dean, as e x e c u - tors ol the estate o[ A. II. II can, ,(I«c - d: I). M c M i l l a n and R. M c M i l l a n ; p l a i n t i f f s , anil parlies c n l l l l e d lo p a r t i c i p a t e In the licnrlil-, ttf t h e J u d r m e n t re n tiered In MILS ra.n-.c. You itn\[ each ot you a r e hereby noil- ficcl thai thert* Is now on l i f e hi ih« office of Uic Clerk of llic District Court of l u w n In and for Cerro Gordo Counly he implication o£ E. G. Dimu n x k i i i K 'or the ntlovvaucc ot attorney's foes f or serviccK rendered In t h e prosecution of ".he case of Albert Tret t i n . ct ,il, vs. .he N a t i o n a l Clay Products Company nnVl F. E. Kcclcr. in the ninoiuU »r Si:t,^oOJMJ. id the applicalion further ;i5i;s tJi.Tl j h n ippl icant be allowed the sum of !i3.07 cash ntivnnccc! by him for ex- scs in the c o n d u c t of said trial above th« c o n t r i b u t i o n o£ p l n l n l i f f t ; t h e r e i n . And yon ave f u r t h e r iiotifieri t h a t ihr. Court has f i x e d Saturday, February 2(1. 1S37, at the hour or ten o'clock. A. M.. for the hcLiviiiK on said a p p l i c a t i o n , anrt you are notiticci t h a i any objeetlons tn the allowance cf snid nltorncy's fees should be made prior to the opening o£ said heaving. E. G. DUNN. BUDGET PLAM N O M O N E Y D O W N J15 East State St. Littrn tn rJir VoiV* nf FiVrrtonc, Mrnriny n-ruinn. »'" K. J J . C. R-a Ncmvii L H A K D i N n r.oncE NO. ett ' A. F. AND A. M. 1:X« P. »1. Wnrfc in 1st degree Frl.. t'cb. 1-lh. Come and mccl n brother. F. L. HUDSON. W. M. PMOIIC 1727 ' C. C. HALPHJDE. Sec'y. Phono 240 BKNKVOr.F.N'CF. L O D G E NO. 115 A. F. AND A. SI. UO P. BJ. S r a l c r l r o i n m u n l c a t i o n %'lrst 1'hursdav of each month. C. It. JOHNSON, W. M. D. D. GILBEtrr. Scc'y. LEGAL NOTICE N O T I C E TO: Thr f o l l o i v l n r namert ^ c r ^ a i i s w h o ^vere s l o c k h o t d c r s in the N a t i o n a l Clay \V'orb« on the ?ll)i day of J u n e , \W, nr who are t r f a l o^rncrs by p u r c h a s e , t r a n s f e r , a5*,icnmenl, or as 1 chalets or devisees n f salt) *lock, or the i n t e r e s t r e p r e s e n t e d by U:--Albert f. T r e t l l n , I- \V. Gla^el: C e r t if. H j o r j o , Will M e y r r , J a c o b Nissen. A n u n at tl^niion, Fred W*grnrr, G. H. O v e r b r t t k , n. l l a ^ e n s , Ja-. K. T r e s t o n , W. N*. W i l - liams, J. II. M c G a h e r a n , Hen I l l t z l i u s r i r . .1. (,'. r.lufl, IV. F. D o r i e r e r , P. H. r i n j f e h r e t ^ o i i . OV T h o m p s o n , C. P. l.n If k, ["red S c l u i m a r h r r , Mrs. G. A, Iffuvcr, I I . R n h r n , R , A . I l o l m a n . M a r y i ; M f i n . r:i]»vln T. ( i a r t t n e r , T. t'. C ' u l l i H A H . J , A . K r o v t n . A r c h i e A . I f a r v r v J r ^ ^ I n r. f t l a f r , O l l n J. Jn!in-.oii, 'J*. j, K l i i n e s t i . H, |l. J ' a l n f , H. 11, II r a t It. A. n. W l l d r r . I). K. W a l d r o n . and all n l l i c r j \ l m i l a r l v s l t n i l F d , ^ 1 a i n l l f r % a n d n i l of h e r p n r l i M I n I h r j u t l y m c n l ** follows, ( o - u i t : -- M o l l l e \ H . A l h e r l o n , P O S T F E H ! The George Harms ClosiiiR t)ut Sale, whidi was (n havr bcnn held iUonday, February 8, was postponed on account of the weather and blocked roads. It Will Noiu Be Held , Feb. 1$, 12:30 F. At L. G. Stunkard farm 6 miles west on 100 and '/; mile south of Ulason City; 3 miles cast and Vi mile south of Clear Lake; 1 miles north and Z mites west of Burchinal. Ora Baylcss, Auct. riinne fi-F-3, Clear Laltr. Clerk, H. II. Crane. LIVESTOCK 400 AUCTION SALE SALES PAVILION--CLEAR LAKE, IOWA Friday, Feb. 12, 12:30 p. in. CATTLE--20 WF steers weighing GOO pounds; 15 AVF strcr calves weighing: 150 Ibs.; 20 Shorthorn steers \vclRliinE 800 Ibs.; 20 Shorthorn steers weighing 700 Ibs.; 15 Black Angus steers welshing BOO Ibs.; GO heart of Shorthorn steers weighing from 500 to G50 Ibs. The above rattle arc all good . Nebraska cattle, thin In flesh. If you arc going to buy cattle for pasture, it will pay you to alfcmt this sale, as these stock cattle will be much higher in the near future. 20 hcac! corn fed steers, weight 1,000 lls.; 15 head corn fctl heifers, weighing 850 Ibs. Balance of the rim consisting nf butcher cattle of all classes, .springing cows, breeding bulls and veal calves. 200 FEEDING PIGS--\Ve will have a n u m b e r nf pigs weighing from 100 to 150 Ibs. They are long timr vaccinated and are a good set of pigs. Also brootl sows anil boars. FARMERS: If you liave sou's In sell, bring them to this sale. They arc in demand and bringing gotid prices, 50 SHEEP--Consisting of bred ewes, fat lambs, feeding lambs and bucks. Bring Your Livestock tn Our Salt---Highest Prices Assured Ciear Lake Auction Co. PHONES 5JV,',, CLEAR LAKE, IOWA

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