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I MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SEVENTEEN MARCH Zm.VM - _ _ , , . . , -Sell Your Baby Chicks Now Through Globe-Gazette Want Ads--Phone 38QQ Classified Advertising Information Money to Loan 8 Fifteen centa h line first insertion. Ten cents a line for eaci consecuUve lub- gec-uent Insertion. (Count five average words to tb« line.) Seven uuertlona are given for tb« price ^'CLASSIFIED DISPLAT ADVEBTISUSQ TO SnS per column inch eacs Uu.erb.on Tana.TM ot 15 P« «·* "'" b r. a j"TM" t en all cteMlfled advertisements paid trn at thn tlnio of insertion or not later tSaa 8 flays thereafter. All out-ol-towna am aw payabl» In M- ""SSTrtfuiKla on Want Ad» mutt bo called l o rwtthln 80 days of the cancellation date P '£sVer" e £ -WW- "Wft-rVB 1 bo addressed to tn« letter .tated In the ad care of th» Globe-Gazette. under no clr etimstancet will the Globe-Gazette reveal tae name oJ those Inserting "blind" advertise- ""Srmmum cnarge tor «mjle adTBttaonail, 35 e«t«. 3800 If You Need Cash iur helpful loan plan ($300 or less vallable) will provide It for you. ?ay off your debts, protect your redlt and peace of mind. No obligation for full details. Jnited Financial Service F. M. HUMPHREY, Mgr. First St. N. W., First Door West f Adams Drug Co. Phone 1114 stij vei vie wa all) tol A ami ulai ni wf' Ad tici. chaj F/ RaV sin; for; I. · Fi «%,; $ 1" ^ \ i 4 £S ' II'- \ IN INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications are numbered according to the position In which they appear In the section. so Houses for Bent 41 ib Instruction t Inaurance 11 82 Investment 79 In Memoriam . -A 2 ,A79 Job Printing ... 2' . 80 Laundries Livestock for Salo D Location wanted 6 Lost and Found ' Lots for SaH ... Machinery 84 Milk . 81 . 16 . . «9 ..A 9 Apia- lor Rent .. Amusements ... Auto Accessories Autos for Bale Auto Storage . Auto Trucks . Auto Repairing Beauty Parlors Board, Room . Bonds ........ Bide. Material! . Business L o c - tlon 87 Misc. for Sala .. · Business Oppor- Misc. for Rent .. tunltles 29 Money to Loan C a f o a, Restau- Mortgages rants 17 Monuments A Card of Thanks 2 Moving, storage Chiropodists .... 13 Musical Instr. .. Chiropractors ... 11 Nursery Stock .. Cleaner?, Dyers . 18 Offices lor Kent Cottages A*6 Office Ejulpt. .. Death Notices .. 1 osteopaths Dogs, Birds. Pets 03 Painting, Decor. Educational Op- Personals portunltles ... 40 Photographers .. Electrical service 61 Plumbing, Htg. . Employment Ser- Poultry. Eggs .. vice A30 Radio Supplies .. Farms for Sale . 60 Real Estate Wtd. Farms for Rent .A50 Rooms for Rent -"arm Machinery 81 Sale or Trade Florists * S'OCJ .-.....--. -AB5 Funeral Directors 3 ·Piirfl 19 68 .A4 Garage for Rent Oarage for Sale Gardens Gifts Help W a n t e d , With Inv. .... Help w a n t e d , Female Eelp W a n t e d , Male Help w a n t e d . sale or Rent Salesladies ... Salesmen Seeds. Feeds . serv. Offered Situation Wtd. Stamps, Coins Stationery Stocks summer Cottages Swap Service -- * Travel Bureau . -A Trade or Esch. . ..A3 ..A' Upholstering .... i Wtd. to Borrow ' Male, Female. .A38 -Wtd. to Buy ... ; Hide, Wool, Furs 78 Wtd., Mlic A Household Goods 73 Wtd. to Rent .. Houses for Bale « Wearing Appard Card of Thanks yVE WISH to thank our man friends and relatives and espec jally the employes of Deckers, fo their beautiful floral offerings an kindnesses extended to us at th death of our mother and wife. CHARLIE KENNEDY CLARENCE KENNEDX VIOLET KENNEDY ARLINE KENNEDY Funeral Directors MEYER FUNERAL HOME--«Di pendable service, 243 Fifth stree S. E. Ph. 1505. PATTERSON FUNERAL HOME-A service for those who car Ambulance. 322 N. Wash. Ph. 114 FURNITURE LOANS AUTO LOANS COMBINATION LOANS Cars Refinanced and Payments Reduced BOMB LOAN FINANCE CO. Second Foor, L O. F. Bldg. SWAP Slpg. rm. for painting and paper hanging. Write TT-27, Globe-Gazette. NEW LOAN PLAN $50 FOR $5.25 FOK 5 BIOS. .onrteotu and confidential service. Ask »ny B of our 1,000 satisfied customers. Experienced lonii counsellor In charge. SECURITY LOAN COMPANY SJ!1 1st Nat'I Bk. BIdg. Ph. 412 IMMEDIATE LOANS !. L. PINE'S 24 HOUR SERVICE Loans np to $300.00 made anywhere in North Central Iowa on urniture, antes, diamonds, persona: property. Repay from your earnings. ',. L. Pine Loan Company Weir Bldg., Mason City Phone 234 Beauty Parlors 16 PERMANENT waves $1.60 to $8 Shampoo and finger wave 50c. Ph. 3011, call for Le Moderno An nex. 212'/ 2 N. Fed. Ave. Swap Service 38 Sale or Trade A38 FOR SALE OR TRADE--Buckskin saddle pony in foal. Want young cow freshening. W. D. Davis, Mitchell, Iowa. FOR SALE or TRADE--Farmall tractor. Terms. Will buy or sell used cars. Smith Bros. Tire and Batterv, Clear Lake. Instruction 39 WANTED--Names men-women, I8- 60, wishing steady government jobs. Start 5105-5175 month. Com- non education usually sufficient. Qualify now. Many coming exami- .ations. 25 coached free. Apply today sure for full particulars, sam- plo coaching and list positions. Write F-3, Globe-Gazette. Farm Machinery 51 FOK SALE or TRADE at sacrifice: Brand new endgate seeder. Phone 171, Clear Lake. Livestock for Sale 52 FOR SALE--Black horse, 5 years, weight 1,750 Ibs. Elmer Hansen, 3/j miles north ol Swaledale. FOR SALE--Ewes to lamb in April and May. Carroll Bros. Ph. 12F21. 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--Essex sport roadster. Call at 20% Ninth street N. W. FOR SALE--1 black gelding colt, comlnfr Z years old. Also soy beans. Ernest Witte, Rockwell, la. FOR SALE--Singers. $2 and up at 510 5th St. S. W. Ph. 1895. Rooms lor Rent 44 TOR RENT--2 light hskpg. rms., lat fl. 20 4th N. W. Ph. 1460J. FOR RENT--2 rms. slpg. or light hskg. 401 6 S. E. FOR RENT--Attractive newly furn. front room. Ph. 2341LJ. FOR RENT--2 furn. light housekeeping rms., pri. ent. 109 14 NW. FOR SALE--Z50 bushel velvet barley, also logold oats. F. W. Stoer, 6 miles south of Ventura. FOR RENT--Rm. for 2 in pri. home. Meals if desired. 3599W. FOR RENT--3 Igt. hskpg. rms., un- furn. or partly furn. 120 2 St. SW. FOR RENT--Good rm. for gentleman, S2. Breakfast $1 extra. 2195J. FOR RENT--Light hskpg. room. Ph. 2867LJ. 404 2nd N. W. Painting, Decorating 3WNER will contract for painting exterior several houses. Painte wishing to bid on work, answer stating cost of labor, hour basis and material recommended, also references. Write U-27, Globe-Gazette. Apts. tor Rent 45 INT. Dec., paperhanging. Ph. 3129. Seeds, Feeds 28 FOB SALE--Timothy seed, S3.15 a bushel. Seed oats, Iowa No. 103, S5c a busheL Carroll Bros. Phone 12F21. FARMERS ATTENTION!--Be sure to come in and look over our grass seed "before you buy. First class seed and a good price. Mason City Implement Co., across from International Harvester Co. 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. Help Wanted^MaleJtf MEN o\vning their own trucks who have previously had country gasoline routes write M-26, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Night watchman. Light work mostly for room. 404 S. Fed. WANTED -- Experienced, dependable farm man. Married or single, For season or year. Write K-27, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Experienced Ford chanic. References required. Write W-20, Globe-Gazette. Situation Wanted 33 YOUNG Lady wishes bookkeeping or general office work. Write H- 27, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Position in doctor's or dentist's office. Write X-27, Globe- Gazette. FOR KENT--Front apt. K. C. bldg. fireproof. Reasonable rent. J. A Sullivan. Ph. SS or 1919. FOR RENT--Outside apt., unfurn, over I. G. A. 2 rm. FOR RENT--Mod. duplex, Penn. Inq. 630 S. Conn. 509 S, FOR RENT--2 apts. furn. or un- furn. Downstairs. Ph. 2465. FOR RENT--4 rm. mod. apt., heat and water furnished. 1409 N. Mad at ?15. W. L. Patton, 109 E. State WANTED--Young woman to share apt. with business -woman. 221 N Georgia after 5 p. m. FOR RENT--2 room and prlvat bath apartment. Also 1 room Both newly decorated. Kirk Apart ments. Phone 111. FOR RENT--Fine unfurn. apt. t reliable adults. 4 rms. and bath Basement and attic. Gas heat (ho water). Autohot, el. refrig. 416 Del. FOR RENT--3 fura. rm. apt. aui private bath. No children, 42i 9 N. W. FOR RENT--Furn. 3 room and bati apt., for 2 or 3 working people ?25. Phone 210. FOR RENT--Very desirable 4 rm apt. River Hgts. Ph. 24 or 973. FOR RENT--3 rm. furn. apt. 162 S. Penn. Ph. 2357. FOR RENT--Apts., furn. or unfurn See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. Houses tor Rent 4 FOR RENT--5 rm. furn. bung. 30 So. Louisiana. Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 'OR SALE--Reg. male Boston Terrier pup, 7 mos. old. 504 N. Mad. Machinery 54 FOR SALE--1 h.p. electrlo motor; 1 Nat cash register, garage or tatlon type. Bob's Inn, Ventura, owa. FOR SALE--1928 Ford standard coupe. Write Z-28, Globe-Gazette. We Always Have the Buys In Used Cars 1D2B Chev. Conch--perfect. 1H29 Ford Tudof--like new. 1928 Ford Sedan--clean. 1028 Chev. Conch--Hood. l»3l EMM 31 Conch--priced lo MARSTON'S H lllk. E. Hnnford, Tel. 162 FOR SALE--Nash roadster, A-l condition, by owner. Write L-26, j Globe-Gazette. Highest Value! Lowest Prices! Misc. tor Sale 55 'RE-HOUSECLEANING Sale. Furniture of all kinds (new and us«d) stoves, radios, washing machines and other articles too numerous to mention, at special prices, beginning March 29. B. O. Exchange, 1408 N. FOR SALE New 6x8 brooder house. Double floor, air tight. Will take one-half cash, balance In farm products. CHRIS OLSEN Oak and State Sts. Clear Lake 19S1 Ford Cp. Extra clean .. $265 1082 Ford Trk. (duals). Extra good. Save $$$$ 1929 Chev. Trk. with platform $140 1931 Ford Coach (clean) $265 1832 V-8 Coach (ready to go) $425 1929 Stude. Sed. In fine shape $250 GET YOUR CAR READY FOR SPRING Service Special to March SI FOR $8.25 WE WILL perform the following labor and furnish necessary parts: Grind valves, clean carbon. Clean gas line, adjust carburetor. Inspect, adjust Ignition. Clean spark plugs on any Ford 4 cylinder car. WAGNER MOTOR CO. FORD SALES Trade In your old worn-oat ROLLER SKATES on a new pair. LINDQUIST'S 620 S. Federal Phone 831 HEAVY MATS SIZE 18l/ 2 x21 2cEACH Tie 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 500 which may be bought for only 2 cents each. Call Business Office. Globe-Gazette. Auto Trucks 80 FOR SALE--1929 Ford truck in good condition. S. R. Chevrolet Co., Inc. FOR SALE -- 1932 International model A-3, short wheelbase, single tires. International Motor Trucks. Ph. 20. Foods ASS FOR SALE Potatoes, 100 Ib. bag, $1.45; pk. S5c. Cabbage, 15 Ibs 25c Carrots, bu "5c Popcorn, sure pop, 6 Ibs 25c Our prices are right. EARLS FRUIT MARKET 160S S. Fed. Also Nora Springs FOR SAIE--Good sized cobblers $1.15 per 100 Ib. bag. Cabbage 15 Ibs. 25c. Earls Fruit Market, S. Fed. Also Nora Springs. 1603 FOR SALE--Seed Potatoes--First year Early Ohios and Cobblers, grown from Red River Valley North Dakota, certified seed, $1.10 per bu. in 100 Ib. bags. T. 0. Rye Sons, 1'i miles northwest Hanlontown, la. FOR RENT--Nice little modern house at Clear Lake. $15 per mo. Freeman and Kenyon, Clear Lake. RANDALL Funeral Home--Ambulance service. 104 3rd St N. E. Ph. 511. C. E. Snipps. H. B. Major. Florists _f A COMPLETE line of fresh, homegrown Easter lillies and other plants at fair, reasonable prices. Phone 55, Kembles. Monuments A4 every grave with a monument from Mason City Cut Stone «ud Mon't Co.. 504 N. Monroe 783. Personals REALSILK Ringless hosiery, new lingerie. Ivy Daugherty, 1215J. PENCER Abdominal belts for men are designed to give uplift and Support. Ph. 3856.119 Vi E. State. Lost and Found JX)ST--Black purse containing papers. Reward for return to 408 S. Fed. LOST--Roller skate. Reward. Call at Ford Hopkins Drug Store. Money to Loan 8 Character Loans Low Cost, Easy to Pay Amount Weekly Payment of Loan for 50 weeks $100 S 2 $200 * S300 8 3500 10 ROOM 20! lOTVa North Federal A-venne Loans la Mason CHy only Services Offered A33 W A N T E D -- Paper hanging. W o r k guaranteed. H a r r y Grant. Phone 975. WANT to sub-lease for summer months, mod. furn. 5 rm. bung. Reasonable to responsible party. Ph. 733 or 3771. SEWING, any kind. 107% 1st S. E. SEE J. Dahlstrom for painting and paperhangicg. Ph. 3538J. LET Me do your roofing work and save the difference. Ph. 3876. WASHINGS wanted. Ph. 4013. SHARPEN DISCS on your farm just like they came from the factory. Drop me card. J. H. Westcott, Plymouth, Iowa. CHARLES W. COX for windmill and pump work. Phone 2185LW. ROOFS repaired. Phone 3a30. Swap Service 38 Three times or less offering a "SWAP" costs nothing. ThB ad must have a Globe-Gazette "key" number and the advertiser will pay 10 cents for each reply. Replies are to be called for at the Wand Ad counter. Regular rates will be charged for every line over 3 lines, besides 10 cents for each answer. SWAP Se.-vices for salary steno., switchboard operator, hskpg. Can drive car. Write ZZ-26, Globe-Gazette. SWAP Fordson tractor and horse on general purpose tractor. Write RR-26, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Large Nat. Peerless pop corn machine for smaller machine. DD-28, Globe-Gazette. FOR RENT--All mod. 7 rm. house. Call 234 12 St. S. E. Musical Instr. 58 FOR SALE--Lloyd buggy like new $7. 1012 N. Tyler Ave. LEGAL NOTICE OUIGINAI. NOTICE In the District Court of lowu, In and for KFTO Gordo County. April Term, 1934. Kay Seney, riolnttff, vs. Thorn us Collins, Lola Collins Marsden, W. H. Marsilen ftod Nate JLuplner, Defendants. To the above named dtf endnntfl : You are hereby notified that there will be on file, qn or before March 30, 1934, ID the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the above named County and State, a petition of Kay Seney, claiming a. ner- Honal Judgment against Thomas Collins and Lola Collins Marsden, tn the aggregate sum of $1,308.90, with interest thereon at the rate of S per cent per annum from March 1. 1934, representing the sum of $1,246.85 due and owing on said date on a certain first mortgage bond made and executed by the defendants, Thomas Collins and Lois Collins Marsdcn to the Mason City Loan and Trust Company on the 23rd day of May, 1923, ol which the plaintiff Is the record owner by virtue of assignment before maturity, and said first mortgage FOR SALE--10 tube Spartan cabinet radio, like new. 21^ 15 NW. FOR RENT--4 rm. all mod. bung, with garage $22 month. Ph. 896. RENT YOUR HOME from Briar List your property with Briar Buy a home from Briar. Ph. 3414. Houses ior Sale 47 FOR SALE--By owner at sacrifice 6 room mod. bung., nearly new. Large lot. Restricted district. Ph. 3651. Sale or Rent A47 FOR SALE OR RENT -- Modern house at Clear Lake. Possession April 1. Write Mrs. Ella Peter, owner, Sheffield, Iowa. Farms for Sale 50 FOR FARM Bargains see T. W. Gilpin. Northwood, Iowa. Farm Machinery 51 FOR SALE--Farmall tractor. Used 6 months only. Will guarantee same as a new one. Price S550. Will take team o£. horses in on it and terms to responsible party. Mason City Implement Co., across from International Harvester company. BARGAINS FOR SALE 1 John Deere used 10-ft, disc. 1 IHC used 10-ft. disc. 1 Emerson used 10-ft. disc. 1 Endgate seeder. CLEAR LAKE IMP. CO. Clear Lake, Iowa. Household Goods 73 FOR SALE--Antique walnut wardrobe, $15. 825 6 S. W. bond la long post due and unpaid, toother with the further flum of $62.11, advanced by plaintiff in payment of taxes against said real estate hereinafter described, in order to protect Ms equity therein, plaintiff in said petition will further ask Judgment against said defendants fr the costs of this action, including attorney iees, and tht costs of continuation of abstract of title, in the aum of $24.00, ind will ask the establishment and foreclosure of that certain real estate mortgage of even date with said first mortgage bond, and given to secure the payment thereof covering the following described real estate, to wit: Ixrt Number Seventeen (17), In Block Number Tlure (3 ) , In I'arker's STMth Addition to Masoii City, Iowa, asking that the same be decreed prior, paramount and superior to the claims, liens, or interests of the defendants or any o£ them, in and to said real estate, and asking the appointment of a receiver to take possession of said premises and to collect the rents, issues, profits and income therefrom, and further asking that special execution Issue for the sale of said mortgaged premises fend for general equitable relief. For all further particulars, see petition when on file. Now, unless you appear thereto and de* fend on or before noon of the second day of the April 1934 Term of the District Court of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, to be held at Mason C^y, Iowa, commencing oo April S, 1934, default will be entered against you and Judgment rendered thereon in accordance with the prayer of said petition. L. R. BOOMHOWER, Attorney for Plaintiff. FOR SALE--Singer sewing machine, elec. radio and battery radio. 639 S. Jackson. Poultry, Eggs 74 FOR SAIJE--Turkey eggs, pen 1, choice stock, 20c eacti; pen 2, lOc each. W. Z. Dutton, Ph. 26F4, Clear lake. 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. 25 26 35 4t 4S M- 36 2.9 SO 4ft 30 34 26. 46 ACROSS" 11--TJeed for correcting mistakes] «--Edible fruit. 11--Decay 12--A man's name 14--A jutting rock 15--In debt 16--Plural of man 17--A tree cut dotm 18--Finish 21--A man's name 25--One or that which ea»«i 25--An amorphous oubrtance JT--On« of certain musteline weasel-like carnivores 28--Arguments 80--Past participle of lean 83--Diminutive of Albert (pea.) 34--A rounded vase 35--Beast of burden 37--A color 89--A pinch 41--Dfeit of foot 42--Biblical character 1 44--A land measure 4S--Literary compositions 4S--One who tolls » bell DOWN 1--Eat away 2--Propel ae a boat 3--A root used for a tonic' 4--Erbium (symbol) 6--A male sheep 6--A weicht 7--Above and In contact with 8--A volume of map* »--In addition 10--A musical Instrument 13--One sent with a message 10_An Independent kingdom neat Tibet '20--Refuse or impurity ' 21--The dwelling place of th« dead (myth.) [22--A pasture (Shetland) ! !4--To be 111 26--A Greek poet 28--A dish 29-°-Rcsts or relieves pftln 31--The record of « single jfear .32--A candle 36--Distress signal 37--In law a thins 38--A small mark 40--Wrath 42--A state (abbr.) «J--Thus Aniwcrto pr«vioti» p««'« ADMINISTRATION SCORED BY FISH House Told That Roosevelt Gets All Advice From "Kitchen Cabinet." WASHINGTON, March 28, UP-- ,'" A statement that president Roosevelt had established a new form of government consisting* of x "kitchen cabinet of professors, radicals and near socialists," was made today In the house by Representa- , tlve Fish (R., N. Y.) in opposing- ., the administration's reciprocal tariff bill. Following Representative Connery (D., Mass.). the first democrat to speak in opposition to the proposal. Fish said Mr. Roosevelt "leans-but little on his cabinet or congress" but on his "kitchen cabinet" many of whom "are admirers of the system of government in Soviet Russia and are bending their efforts and energies to bring about an approach to that system in America." Connery protested against the administration putting the house members "continually on the spot" for its legislation when there was · no assurance, he said, the senate would approve It. Fish said the tariff bill was one of many administration measures that demonstrated the democrats were incapable of functioning as a. national party and keeping "within, the bounds of reason and government with moderation." Clerk of Bald Court: and at 2 o'clock P. M. of the day above mentioned, all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause. If any they have, why said instrument should not · bo probated and allowed as anil lor tne last Will and Testament of salt! deceased. Dated at Mason City, Iowa, March IBtn, 1931 ' S. H. MncPEAK, Clark ot District Court. By--Margaret Rlley. Deputy. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF VflLti In District Court, January Term, 1934. STATE OF JOWA, Cerro Gordu County, as. No. 4494. To All Whom It May Concern! YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That an Instrument of writing purportin B to be the last Will and Testament of Julia Smith, deceased, dated November 9th, 1933, having been this day filed, opened and read, lion- day the 16th day of April, 1934. is fixed for hearing proof of tame at the Court House in Mason City, Iowa, before the District Court of said County or the clerk of said Court; and at 2 o'clock P. M. of the day above mentioned, all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause. If any they have, why said instrument should not bo probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Mason city, Iowa, March 19th, 193 '*' S. H. MacPEAK. Clerk of District Court. By--Margaret Rlley. Deputy. NOTICE NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR WITH THE WUt. ANNEXED STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, as. No. 4486. Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as Administrator with the Will An- nesed of the estate of James E. Miners, deceased, late of Cerro Gordo County. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file In the office of the Clerk of the District Court. BURE A MINERS. RALPH S STANBERY, Attorney. Dated March 20, 1934. S. H. MacPEAK, Clerk District Court. By MARGARET RILEY, Deputy. All annual city licenses expire Marc!) 31. 1C you are operating under a city license, and plan to continue the business, please attend to the license renewal before April 1, 1934. J. H. KcEWEN, City ClerK. NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF EXECCTJUX STATE OF IOWA, . Cerro Gordo County, ss. NO. 4484. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and maimed as Executrix of the estate of Baahtord M. (B. M.) Waughtal, deceased, late of Cerro Gordo County. All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment: and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file In the office of the Clerk of the District court. LAURA C. WAUOHTAL. Ralph S. Stanbery, Attorney. Dated March 26, 1831. , S. H. MacPeak. Clerk District Court. By--Margaret Rlley. Deputy. JiOTICE "OF INCORPORATION Notice is hereby given that there has been Incorporated under and by virtue of Chap. 384 Title XIX of the Code of Iowa 1931 lind act 1 : amendatory thereto a corporation as follows:-The name of the corporation is MANLEY LAND CO.. »nd Its principal office and place of business Is in the city of Mason WANTED--Washing machine. 1216. WANTED TO BUY Good clean rags. Will pay 5 cents per pound. Inquire GLOBE-GAZETTE PRESS ROOM WANTED--Mimeograph. Ph. 3800. WANTED--To buy good drug store. Will pay part cash, balance clear real estate. Write H-28, Globe-Gazette. WANTED Two 30 gal. lubricating tanks with pump. Log Cabin Oil. WANTED--Alfalfa hay second cutting-. Must be bright and leafy. Cerro Gordo Farmers Co. WANTED--Used Turn., stoves and rugs. Graham 2nd hand store, next to Strand theater. Ph. 301. NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. No. 4478. Notice Is hereby given, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as Executor of the estate of Clara S. Nielsen, deceased, late of Cerro Gordo County. All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the- undersigned for allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court. CHARLES J. OLSON. J. C. ROBINSON, Attorney. Dated March 19. 1934. S. H. MacPEAK. Clerk District Court. By MARGARET RILEY. Deputy. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF \VH.r, In District Court, January Term, 1934. STATE OF IOWA. Cerro Gordo County, ss. No. 449.1. To AH Whom It May Concern: YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED, That an Instrument of writing purporting to tie the last Will and Testament of A. M. Qulnn. deceased, dated January 15, 1931. having been this day filed, opened nnd read. Monday the 16th liny of April. 1924. is fixed for hearing proof of same at. the Court House in Mason City. Iowa, before the District Court of said County or the. City, Iowa. .djournment of said meeting. The regular r annual meeting of tile stockholders shall ue held at the office of the corporation on he first Monday of July of each year beginning with the year 1934. Until the annual meeting In 1934 the directors shall be William Manley, Mason City, Iowa, Joseph P. Manley, Mason City. Iowa, Bernard E. Manley, Mason City. Iowa, Daniel G. Manley, Sioux City, Iowa, James B. Manley, Mason City, Iowa, ind William Manley shall be President. Joseph P. Manley snail ba Vice president, Bernard E. Manley shall be Second Vice 'resident, Daniel G. Maniey shall be Secretary and James B. Manley shall be Treasurer. VI. The private property of the stockholders shall be exempt from liability for corporate debts and liabilities. (Signed) By WILLIAM MANLEY. President, DEBATE PROBE OF BRAIN TRUSTEES' Democrats Seek to Confine Inquiry to Statements MadebyWirt. WASHINGTON, March 28. ia-- A thorough congressional investigation of the activities of the Roosevelt administration "brain trust" was advocated today by republican members of the house rules committee. Democratic members displayed a desire to restrict the inquiry proposed by Representative Bulwinkle (D-N. Car.) to statements made by Dr. William A. Wirt, Gary, Ind., educator that "brain trusters" were planning to overthrow the government. After a brief hearing Representative O'Connor (D-N. _.), the acting chairman, adjourned the meeting until Friday, without any action being taken on the Bulwinkle resolution. PROTEST GAS USE IN VETS HOSPITAL 4 Iowa Coal Associations Object to Proposal for Substitution. DES MOrNES, March 28. OP)-Proposed substitution of gas for coal In heating the veterans hospital at Knoxville brought new protests today form four Iowa Coal associations. The Iowa coal institute wired its protest direct to President Roosevelt, who referred the matter to the national recovery administration, The institute also asked Governor · · Clyde Herring to use his influence In preventing the expenditure of public works funds in establishing new gas heating equipment at Knoxville. Maurice G. Youngquist, secret.^ ' of the Iowa Coal Trade 'association. 1 said his group had been joined by I the coal institute, the Iowa subdi- \ visional coal code authority, and the- \ Iowa Coal Operators association. In ' a letter to Col. L. R. Tripp, chief of ' the construction division of the veterans administration, the coal men protested the judgment of the cost of coal heating upon the experience record now in use at the hospital. At present thehe is only one modern mechanically stoked boiler, Youngcjulst said, while the others are hand-stoked and antiquated. · · · « 2 FEDERAL OFFICERS IN BULLET SCARRED AUTO ARE ARRESTED OMAHA, March 28 UP)--Two fed-, eral officers from South Dakota today vowed they would never again drive into Omaha in a bullet scarred automobile. Because their car still bore marks from an encounter with holdupmen who recently robbed a Sioux Falls bank, they spent 15 minutes in the bullpen at police headquarters last night. One of the pair was Deputy United States Marshal Arthur H. Anderson, who was in the car when tha bullets struck. The other was P. L. Hanson, a federal guard stationed in South Dakota. They had stopped, here enroute to Leavenworth penitentiary with two Indians convicted of horse stealing. They were "arrested" in a cafe a few minutes after two detectives spotted the car on a downtown street. At the station, they -were soon recognized and released. Ccrro OJordo County II. The seneral nature of the business to hi transacted by this corporation shall be to buy. own and sell farm lands, and purchase property anywhere In the United States; to own, operate, rent or lease farm lands, and to conduct a general farm business j-ch.nl Ing the breeding and feeding o£ cattle, | swine, sheep and horses. j III. The amount of capital stock authorized I by the said Articles of Incorporation Is 310,000.00 divided into five hundred (500) "hares of the par value of 520.00 each which must be fully paid for In money or property at its cash value wnen issued and shall be non-assessable. IV. The corporation commenced business on the 22nd day of January. 393-1, nnd Its corporate existence runs for a period of twenty -ears from said date unless sooner terminated or dissolved by a vote of two- thirds of its outstanding shares of Block at a regular or special meeting, X". The affairs of the corporation shall be conducted by a board of five (5) directors who shall be elected by the stockholders ot the annual meeting of the corporation and shall hold office for one year. The officers of the corporation shall be a president, a vice president, a second vice president, ft secretary and a treasurer. Which officers shall be ... from t h r l r own number each year on the rlay of 'he itnnuft! meeting nf (lie Mori;- | holders ot £ soon aa practicable atter the Federal CWA Jobs _ Will Be Continued DBS MOINES, March 28. (ff)--E. H. Mulock, Iowa CWA administrator, said that federal civil works projects would be continued after March 31, the last day of local and state projects. He stated that while work will be continued the gradual decrease in employment will taper off until May 1. Real Estate Transfers Inland Steel Firm Will Boost Wages CHICAGO, March 28. (.P)--Inland Steel company's president, Philip D. Block, announced today that an average wage increase of. 10 per cent would become effective in its plants April 1. The company has about 9.000 men in its plants at Indiana Harbor and Chicago Heights. Its Milwaukee plant is idle. S Die in Train Wreck. LEMPDES, France, March 28. (IP) --A landslide derailed a train at Blesle today, killing three passengers and injuring 18. Summerlmys, Tom W. and wf. to Henry A. Tagesen and wf. SI L 12 B 9 Wildwood Add. M. C. 3-20-34. McGuire, Kate L. to Anna S. Dunn SI W 28 ft 4 in of W% L 9 B 20 Paul Felt's Plat M. C. 7-21-33. Sloan, Maretta et a! to C. H. Sloan 5-12 int in NE 10 and W 1 /; NW 11-97-20. 3-17-34. Morse, George Fred to Fanners Sav. Bk. Rock Falls SI SB NW 20-97-19. 6-27-33. Spring enrollment, at Texas Tech- find .1 ireil.iuiei. »v mm unn.i-1.-. i r o T I L T * . t elected by the board of directors j nologlcal college, LubbOCK. Showed :;ise of about 10 rer cent an i: over H'33 Spanish Socialists, Syndicalists Strike ZARAGOZA, Spain, March 28. (/T) --Socialists threw their strength be- " hind syndicalists in a revolutionary general strike here today. Courage and capital are needed most to insure complete revival of business, The discouraging phase o£ the outlook is that those with the capital are too timid and those with the courage have no capital.--New Orleans States.

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