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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, March 2, 1931
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.MARCH 2 H 1931 f 1 \ rr ^^^L^sr-^alljn Size and MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZRTTR GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT AD - BATES, fifteen cents a Une first tlon. ^»J 6 « Cent ? a Une for each-consecutive subsequent insertion. (Count five average, words to me line.) s CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ADVERTISING. H per colun » tnch each In- rci A discount of 15 per cent will be allowed on all classified advertisements paid for at the time of insertion or not later lan 24 hours thereafter. Answerg to blind advertisc- ^l S ^1 stJ1) . e adtjress ed to the the Globe-Gazette. Under no circumstances will the Globe-Gazette reveal the name of those jserting "ollnd" advertisements Help Wanted, Male-- Personals- HOME OF SPECIAL Guaranteed Permanent Waves S3.50 atfd up. WANTED Man on farm year round. J. E. GHELL 3 mi. west,! mi. North, Clear Lake Salesmen^Wanted-- SALESMEN To sell our line of Refrigerators Freezer Cases and Bntehfr Sup-' plies, on whole time basis or with your present line. H. ERHLICH SONS MFG: co St. Joseph, Mo. 4 YOUNG MEN Age 18-23 for sales oriranizatrnn vork. Must be able to ?rfveT. Goo S appearance and H. S. education essential. Permanent employment, ,. exp. advanced.' Anulv in person only, Derr ,ccn 7 and 8 p. m" ,, . , _, MR. PETERSON Hotel Cerro Gordo Koom 323 w e n n n d orated, mod. 3 rm. apt No child n. 26 Oth cniia- FQRRENT--2"f u r n . Ug bt hskpg -S=.a.TB£VS» v . . LOST Young- Hampshire l.oar. Can give positive identification. Art Zirbel, 9 on 8, Rockwell.! Household Goods FOR SALE--Gas rng., -- --*"-*j .luiiLiaiiuu t rm ... private bath, l block from Lat, IE* Ph ° ne TM-* «S ~ in Result , ran ° than dealer's cost ' ·^^^^^··a Lake Globe HELEN HENDRICKS Neiys Editor Residence Phone 340W OFFICE PHONE No. 230 · » * » i U I I L L Southeast. F£R_RENT-HeatedapL Ph. 2877! FOR . RENT-- Warm mod. fur apt" priv. bath. 712 N Madison FOR SALE--Dining room suite and baby buggy. Reasonable. 503 S Pennsylvania. Phone 8S3-W "-J 1\U 1 1 to 20 Months to Repay SECURITY LOAN CO. 321 1st Natl. Bk. . p hon e 4I2 I OANS Household r" i AIVTI · ( nVSTALLJIENl'S C. L. PINE LOAN CO. 204-5-6 Weir Bldg. State St. Fed. Ave. Phono 234 e apartment and bath, heat ^^^^J^^^ISS mod. apt. Phone 209. FOR RENT-- Small unf urn. WepT?" nrr * -nrv rti,n,i-- »^ -- , _ _ . ~i" FOR RENT-4 rm. . ern J - ·"· youogblood. Ph. 36. --i -"'· Bijjg. rma. . " wr IL * -wi* j.-\JM\, .a/ijjju, -«w.m. . 4riivate cntranrt* PH T^9i W-lb. ice capacity in excellent con-. 5^^--- ^^Ph.^321 dirion. ·· F P R . RENT--1 f urn . n3hp THT»Xrci 0-.J-. D r i V n f o a n t ^ n ^ , , - r.-.^ ,, . "'"'·'"i fli^^bi^T^Affi 555 _____ _ FOR SALE-- Rockers, cook stove -- , coo s o v e gas range. 721 N. Wash. Ph. 1259J , · ·* « wnzLiiju. rius. HtjnC I _ "V.-J. ^Uo d ^LSr- F ^^^E^^^^. HAVING purclmsea ,an . Harper. Ph. 1773 or 1445 - -- t-^^^jj^o^M mi eiectric range, will sell at a sacrifice my · ·- _ Business Opportunities- , 8 1 . r c o i n y white porcelain enameled 4-biirner - i i gas range and oven on top in ex le n op n e lent condition. Write P. O. Box "UJi. _,,, I'nviiLu entrance. Ql2 NORTH PENNS i'LVANIA FOR SALE Small Variety Store. WRITE F-28, GLOBE-GAZETTE OF MERIT 2 Snippet 6 . Coach, like new H Whippet 4 Coach, ne 1 Falcon-Knight" Coach, Chevrolet Coach, perfect Chevrolet Coach, new tires Whippet 6 Sedan, very clean. Chevrolet Coupe, clean Whippet 4 Coupe, O. K --,, Ford Coupe 1924 Ford Coupe 1926 Ford Touring. Scp tho new 1031 Willys fl -mil I 8 and Willys-Knight now on display Prices reduced from $170 to $700!' I AND Upto$300|» ... 1 Automobiles llth N. E. and North Federal FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1 P. _..,,,, Mahogany library table, breakfast REPAST IN I TO 20 MONTHLY ' m,, *· !Minute electric washing nvrc^Aw,,TM--iy«4Ui,* machine in first class condition brass bed complete, dressers, tables,' kitchen utensils, many articles of exceptional value listed for this sale. Bring what you have. J. M. ROBERTSON, Auet. MONEY SsrSre Home Loan Finance I'OR SALE--Good 8-rnT house, garage, R iv er ""jnejind Priced right. Globe-Gazette. JJndjrioor 'M; iVAjtidg. | FARM LOANS Prompt service. Act now for spring W. L. PATTON 109 East State Street O AiVX -"-"'-j-^ij.jjtfjjc^jti,, ^VtrlU }£*A wants position. 3 yra . exp.' and can furnish ref. Write Z-2, GLOBE-GAZETTE WANTED By experienced farm hand, work on farm for two or three months or for season. Full particulars in first letter. Write N-2, GLOBE-GAZETTE TWO MEN want work by month or year. Pre- ler farm, or'what have you H. E. SWABNER, Cleric. -- ~_ Used FURNITURE STOVES and RUGS Goods Bought, Sold and Exchanged 1 GRAHAM'S N e w a n d S e c o n d H a n d S t o r e 204 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE PHONE aui Former Location of Mason City Hardware , you J-27, GLOBE-GAZETTE Experienced girl wants housework or e or work by hour. Ph. 3123-J. E ^'o E u^l^ ED ,.!!!: no _^ h " and g r a p e r an bookkeeper wants part or full W r Cn - - · ---- --'uj.1. "-· i jj 11 ig Lon for hatching. $2.00 per 100. W. C. Batdorf, Phone 9-F-31. ^ . 600 CHICKS FOR THE PRICE OP 500 o n o T ' a once. Terms to suit. Write FOR IlEN Modern^ room house, session It onee. 719 ; mod. | H ote i atul cafc town of g 00( n o r t h vi ; steam heat, cbeup rent ''ding; $500 handles, bal. terms, other business. Write S-2, GLOBE-GAZETTE Wanted to Buy-- PANTED TO BUY Used V power motor. Phone S6G/" [WOMAN IS DEAD AT CLEAR LAKE Mrs. Marie Eibey Succumbs to Infection of Foot; Leaves Five Children. t%^j^% , M r", « a Mr Jiuty, j r , uiecl about 8 o'cloc evening at a Mason Oil H..TML: s . hc . hac ! been suffer I MBMK^^ First Son Is Bom to Robert FurJeigh Family CLEAR LAKE, March 2.- RELIABLE USED CARS ·me on a farm now ^^ ~TM~a T.r s ^ ier and son-in-law -- and Mrs, Arthur Stoltz. She is WJfflZ $ , UlrCe aau e«er S . Mrs I William Maclaon, Mrs. Geonre T Davis and Mrs. Arthur Stoltf am °y. iw ° a °ns, Arthur and Roy Eihy All of the children live in Cleat The body is at the Ward funeral ome. East Mnin ~t-, a ^ ""??,_' 'A USED CAR IS ONLY AS GOOD I , ''"* ^^ is at «e War AS THE DEALER IHVT !? ome Bast Mairi s feet. SELLS IT" ' funeral arrangements. 1926 Ford Coupe. Excellent '. .s as \ 1926 Essex Coach. Clean s !)5 ' F °°1 Standards. LAKE, March 2 -- f ? r JlIi S"'S- Cooked the third lesson of the 1926 Chevrolet Cniinn A,I ei,t- Fo ° ds " the third lesson of the ----- P · A 1 · · · S H n series on mlU . itlon the topte 3S27 Chevrolet Coupe. A-l .sins fo1 ' f"dy at the follow-up meeting -- -------·- m district J7, Lake township, on 926 Chevrolet Coacl Clean .,925 Standard Buick Trg. 927 Essex Coach. Excellent: i aa ... . -^ Missionary Society to ~~'' Discuss Youth, Movies Sunday IIr_ nnH Ar«t. T. _ on, ""i-i-Gn uusinoss. alcnl^^n "fTM Joh " s °n »'" Moonlight League to Play Two Games CLEAR r " Hudson 1S25 Coach. GoorT ,, ,, _ _ « ES T BUYS IN TOWN 930 Chevrolet Coach. Like n n m gjaK --- "-"wiuiim. v i3Uk;ii:Ly its monthly session '30 Essex Coach. Tnrfor-- WANTED--False teeth. We pay high as $10 for full sets. Anv condition. We buy crowns, bridges jewelry, gold, silver. Western Metal Company, Bloomington 111 Farm Machinery-- a milker, one 1,000 Ibs. and one SOO , , . n one O IDS. DeLaval separator. Nils Gvl- 1030 Essex Sedan. Pcrfenf jfl27 Buick Five Pass. Cnn. 1029 Hudson Sedan. Latest For Sale or Trade-- FR SALE OR TRADE Yearlin" Guernsey bull. Ready for service" M. R. Brim, Mason City, Iowa 6 ' east of city. ' 1929 Hudson Coach.-Latest .S5!)f 1329 Hudson Coupe. Latest JJ29 Essex Coupe. Latest 1929 Essex Coupe. Earl o s monthly session Wednesday at the Methodist church ."* f? at V rit ? the topic "Youth and the Movies." Mrs. Richard Skinner w,ii lead the devotions "Rccrea- IHoridiiy Night Le- Shower Honors Mr. and Mrs. J. CLEAR LAKE, March --,,.,,,. .IJAIXJI^ March 2- -The Danish Brotherhood lodge cleared a um of 5140.25 at their Sit -- -. -. hall. The money will be irneci over to a sick member of ic organization. Announce Birth. CLEAR LAKE, March 2.--M"JL^ 1 ' 3 - Walter Bisgrovc are the arents of a baby born at 11-30 fiturdav morning- at their home on A r , Standpoint." . A. C. Runcie and Mrs. Watts will be lesson leaders. Mrs. P W rnplett, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. A Dice, Mrs. D. H. Culver, Mrs. S J 1928 LaSallc Sedan. Perfcnf W"« T -,^' i "' "'» a 1931 L.ICJEI OPEN EVERY EVENING W *·"«· .lltilVX 4-rm. bungalow §25. 5-rm. bungalow ISrill I l i f l n n n n *·.., For a Short 15 chicks 100 chicki - - - _ . ^«, 4 £ 1 V U /^- A ] Vritc Y-2, Globe-Gazette Services Offered CARPENTER .^ «*,, VVU KK-- Any kind, reasonable. Call 2338W. a. e We Will Give-every 10 ° order "J. every order of 500. PAINTING, paper h'ging. Ph. 2777 VyANTED--Washings. Ph. 2148J. Paper'g., painfg. Stewart. 2835W. UPHOLSTERING, Repairing. Corn^ ^atock Fura. Co., Phone 2708. PAPERING, Fainting. Klarr. 2127W." PAINT'G., Paperg. Turner. 1470J. For Sale or Rent-- ~ BLOODTESTED STOCK-ORDER NOW flr l\ SON CITY HATCHERY NICHOLAS HATCHERY Clarion ALLISON HATCHERY Allison Business and jrofessjgnal_nir^« yy [tt^S? ^^= ^MASOliTcrTYrBATTEiRY AND ELECTRIC CO. NEW BATTERIES S5.33. Your Old Dattory . - v» iiiu uuucry 304 SECOND S. W. PHONE 389 FOB SALE OR RENT *!£t 3 a "y^ n the corne '- of vvas ington and Center strect.'Good moi .crn 7-room house. Barn, chlcke hoiisc, hog house and garage. Fro of all kinds. Possession March PHONE 178 V. G. Stanfield clear Lak PAR9I FOIl SALE OR RENT 80 ACRES Immediate possession. 4 miles nort · and [/_. mile cast of Ventura Write FIRST NATIONAL CO m Fort Dodge and give reference For Sale, Livestock-- Iowa. ; :iJ 7 FOR SALE head of work horses. Cash or one years time. JAMES PEDELTY SONS Salesladies-- We have an opening for a saleslady to handle the Roal Silk * ' --- -- - _ _ For Sale, Miscellaneous-- FOR_SALE-- 8 ft. show case. G72. F ?^l?^^^ir^ . bushel, also alfalfa ha "*·*·*»··».·'·. - --- _ ^ _ r _ r , J. O. SELBY MERCHANT TAILOR New Spring Styles--Suits $35 to $75 Opposite Hanford Hotel Ph. 1158 Repair Work- I'hune 037 Funeral Directors-- HARRY A. WALTE1 SPEEDWAY GARAGE 603 S. Pros. Avc ^^^U^X^-V-n^u A" worh KunrnnlMa. B «'"«'·- PHONE 1198 Mahatma Seems Expectant of Good Outcome to Irwin Meetings. ^, W . DBL HI, India, March 2. UP) hTs fnn GatlUhi ' exhau sted from ? i^ 1 ??^ ? on versation last Alsyke Clover Seed 8 Round white, extra fine quality 51.00 BUSHEL JU " uly ' Phono 2671VV WE DELIVER ·-- · . FOR SALE oak roll top desk. See business man Oak counter ^* a IC . « mjsxt/ f wide. See business manager of GLOBE-GAZETTE FOR SALE TV"TM ^ el n r d sanl tor dr "-« fiira T r "«*i\ jjuaus iic i er- tue. L. L. Ebaugh. Clear Lake, la. or Kent, t'arms-- N,; 8 South Adams Phone 651 PATTERSON^ FUNERAL HOME ??? w ^/ nlulanc e Service j 22 N - Washinston Phone PAUL'S RADIO SERVICE Experienced Radiotricians on AI! Radios Phono 355 7 2nd St. S. VV.--K. c. BJdg. RADIO ELECTRIC REPAIR SHOP w m o r c h e e today than at any time since the two men began their over-the-tnh e conversations regarding Indian poU- The tide has turned, he said expressing a hope that developments Players to Present Program of Sketches CLEAR LAKE, March 2.-- Three th ncCj ;£h Pi 'P, Wi11 be Presented in the high school Bryson T. N. T: va. Tarr's. yon-s n Dai^ 0m0n Gr ° Wera TM- Ken- Tuesday Night J^y? 1 Barbers vs. Wolford-g. Snfok^sLp 4 : 11 b ° yS VS " JC « C -R , , Thursday Night Royal Barbers vs. Perkins Dairv fort's S ° n Sm ° kC Sh °P vs. WoU ^Farmers- Co-Ops. vs. Findson 4-H mrt S -! d l G ir PrSe a , nd w e i ff h R ( l eight ?h li - » P°«nd 3 . He is tho third child m tho family. BIra. Stanley Sraith and diiughtcr Patty ElainCi i cft Mond j" rS1 ^ with T cre th ?^ w!n spend thc we "* w th her mother, Mrs. Ed Hart- 1 PARK THEATER --CLEAR LAKE- MO nduy WILL ROGERS 'Lightnin' Tues. -- Wed. "ABRAHAM LINCOLN" | Colored Necktie, " the x school will present "Sauce for " CUARUKmLllAR at .ast-w^-'leadl^ to aTeSo probferT' ° C India ' S ·"""Plicated JOHN D. « iaui , c CHIROPODIST "" open with " m »n, l . ' "" tn ° latest methods of procedure. SIC 1st Natl Bank Bldg. Office phone 331' re,,/ (InnPA ntinnn O A «,.h,i" t ""'"^ he is to Kee sir George Schuster about financial and other safeguards lo an Indian constitution proposed at the round table conference, and thereafter he will see the viceroy again It is likely that there will be a definite decision by Wednesday whether India is to have peace or to continue in ti,« ,, .. ' _ . . . . : South Fourth street, for the"el'?r' tion of officer!?. Civic league luncheon at tho Catholic church basement, followed bv L a± U e° f p^ T --°TM ^.tToct th ° ^" Vcilncscluy--Women's Home Missionary society meets ·!(· ti Methodist churcli One act plays presented by school m the triangle at the high school auditorium. American Legion auxiliary holds session at the clubrooms. TharsiI.i.v--Twentieth Century club meets at thp iir, mn «r ·,.,-.... ,,, -iP P. M. All native Iowa Horacs. These Horses are all broke, and sound. Mrs - meets at Milne. Sorosia club meets at the home of Mrs. D. H. Culver, South Fourth street. Crescent club luncheon at the home of Mrs. R. R. Rogers, North Second street. . T A E ^^ o ara Exclusively I Ph. 8093. Del. and It S E We F,n anfie Time .Payment SaleT LARSEN AOTO MARKET ~~ wnemer India is to have peace or M T . ' Continue in the present u'nscTuc^ No LlCCnSC Obtained After Trip in Snow _ Jj/vix^., ^^j.j. j. f vjLu/i, ivitircn . (UP)--Frank Matawarah, Filipino, 27, and Louise Hobkirk, 23 American, were refused a marriage license in California and Nevada PHONE 489 4th St. N. E. and N. Federal w n n n - ' , . ,, " " * K l n a ot BRICK estimntcs? r mformi '"on and MAX PETERSEN I flfl^ 111 «»* 2103 South Fc(Jcr]i , HOME BAKERY- MRS. MAYNARD Fancy Decorated Cakes and Cookies rick's Day, Easter and via XT" ~-' J e c Parties. Order early. W3 N. Federal Phono 3S!)7 ln , te , ^. Stcamshs P 2nd Street Northeast Telephone 3054 r« cr 1 , 0 s o c f " - "'III call. CLASSIFIED ADS BRING RESULTS Total Amounts to More Than i --' --- -^ uum-a $200,000 in Funds and T W^ n ^ M T ^ afoilrtt Equipment TMT, way th , ru snow "'"cued passe COLUMB^, l m S.- c]l 2 g^-W out of deep drifts to E c causeTf *w^cr*Tf ^" ^ tCl °^* Putll ' shin g P^oto With St la e ri c Srio^S^''" - thC N ° Permlt Costs 4 Cents wag 560,000 don'ate^'bv^Trahl.M? , PARIS ' March 2.--A PAD'S court Prasch foundation of New York to S J u' St rlllet! t h n t a Person's photo- the State College of Agriculture^ for SuffonfTS 0 * b ° } ° SMy Polished research on n n i m n l growth process- wnm t h c P o r TM n ' s permission, es it is being paid in five annual, pubTication n p , r the , ""^"thori^.u installments. U U I f' ; "' c , rt !; lon of »cr photo and ob' tamed four cents damages *$ Slfflo J. R. DORSEY Auctioneer k 9 RUDD BANK Clerk On tho old Dobson }:ir , -MACHINERY Moline 10-ft. f n c t n r T«r f \ . »-*.*V.LII i/'miui , McCorrmck 7-ft. binder; John ueero plnnfer, 80 ro ( !« wire, soy ni C ottV,' ltti ^.' lniCnl: Jl)l1 " Docrc nxmcr; Eusyiviiy linyloiidcr; John Dccro 20-whecl disc:; four! TM, !on , ,' cvor !·"£; one-hold '-orn fiholler; dump r;il;i; Coiv "oy tank heiiter; \verdcr " wagons; hay rack; wagon im.v rir^ C °T testcr : 3 seed corn dryers; Sharpies Cream separator, suclion fond; 10x12 brooder house. AH household goods including n m ._ v Sanlco whilc- wiiininlcd range; i n o or morn ca»s of sweet corn; 100 cans Usual Terms of S: 9 -- HEAD CATTLE --~9 2 fjow * 7 Yearlings HORSES i Work Horses 2 Yearling Colts HOGS J~ head Hampshire brood sows CHICKENS 8» Laying Hens Bees and I} ec Supplies iml.hVi aU t l u t n h n r I r 'K tools. .100 mi.,hcl.s por n i n ,._.__,. 20 _ n l s l l e l socd corn. Iowa. )anfsh Lodge Earns $H0.25 for Charity

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