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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 13 FIFTEEN Oysters Only Good in "R" Months--Want Ads Good Any Month i Optometrist 9A I n s t r u c t i o n 17 R n n m r ;». D,~. Ti L i r-r^i · i n r ^ . , - . - T ^ ~ ; T T : " . .'_ :--: -- : r-- :---Classified Advertising Information PHONE 3800 DURING 1937 -- MAKE 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 Ad Two Lines Si/n or-A(l One D:iy Three Days Seven Days 2 Lines ..$ .30 $ .70 $1.30 3 Lines .. -.45 1.05 1.95 4 Lines .BU 1.40 2.GO 5 Lines .75 1.75 3.25 6 Lines .. .90 2.10 3.90 7 Lines .. 1.05 4.55 8 Lines .. 1.20 2.80 5.20 9 Lines 1.35 3.15 5.85 PRICES FOR CONSECUTIVE DAYS 15% discount if the art is paid within 5 days of the day it is inserted. I N D E X TO C L A S S I F I E D Classifications arc numbered according Ho the position in which they appear Lu the section. 9A 10 n 12 Lodges and Societies 1 Card of ThanKs^A Death Notices 2 Funeral Directors 3 In Memorlam' 3A Cemeteries 4 Florists 5 Lost and Found (i Personals 7 ·Bea Uty Shop3 B Business Services 3 Optometrist Help Wanted, female Women Help Wanted. Male Salcswork for Men 13 Uelp W a n t e d , Male or Female 13A Agents Wanted U Work Wanted, Women IS Work Wanted. Men IS instruction 17 Business Opportunities 18 (Money to Loan 19 Wanted to Borrow 20 Rooms for Rent 21 Apartments for Rent 22 Houses for Rent 23 Cottages tor 1 Rent 23 A Business Places (or Rent 24 Garages Cor Kent va Farms, Acre- ages for Rent 25A Wanted to Rent 23B Houses and Lots for Sale '20 Business Property. Sale 27 Real Estate tor Sale. Exch. 2B Heal Estate Wanted 29 Real Estate Loans 30 Farms for Sale 'or Exchange 3QA Miscellaneous for Sale 31 Swap Service 'V2 Home Furnishings 33 Musical Instruments 34 Radios and Service 35 Business Equipment Good Things to Eat Want to Buy Dogs, Birds, Other Pets Livestock and Equipment Poultry and Supplies Automobiles for Sale An to Parts, Tires, Sew. 43 Wanted. Automobiles 44 36 42 ANNOUNCEMENT Card of Thanks 2A We wish to thank our friend and neighbors for Ihe flowers ana kindness shown us in the loss o our dear father and grandfathei W. H. Huffman. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Peter son and Family, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hoffman and Family, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Horn ahj Family. Funeral Directors McAULEY Funeral Home--Com plete service day and night 8 S Adams. Phone 651. CLASSES--We use the best quality at a price you can afford to iay. Dr. Knutson, Opt., Weir Bldg. EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted, Female 10 WANTED -- Competent girl, for general house work and care of children in good home. Want some one who will appreciate position offered and who wishes a cermanent place. Must be interested and like children and capable of taking responsibilities. 3ive references, age and exper- ence. Address reply to Box 277, Cresco, Iowa. WANTED--Middle aged keeper. 239 5th S. E. house- Soleswork tor Women 1 1 BIG M a n u f a c t u r e r wants housewives with spare time to wear fee sample dresses and show to friends. Give size, age. Harford Frocks, Dept. 5834, Cincinnati. H el p Wan ted, Mo I e 12 "WANTED' Young man, married pref., 23 to 27, for permanent position with Nal'l. Corporation with local store. Credit or clerical experience helpful. Sales experience necessary. Write S-13, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Experienced married man on farm. Prefer one with own house car. D. W. Garver, Maun City, Iowa. Rt. 4. WORK FOR "UNCLE SAM"-Many 1937 appointments. Start $12BO-$2100. Try next examina- tios. Sample coaching and list jobs --FREE. Apply today. Write F-li, Globe-Gazette, Business Opportunities 18 WANTED--Party to operate baby chick store in Mason City. Should have between §300 and $500 capital. This is an exceptional opportunity. Write L-14 Globe- Gazette. 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 Blclg., Fargo, N. Dak. F I N A N C I A L Money to Loan- 19 LOANS Safeguard your health. Don't wait if you need medical or dental attention. We have a new, helpful loan plan. Get complete figures before you borrow. Add up your needs and come in to see us. Industrial Credit Corp. Over Penney's Phone 1521 WANTED--On farm, m a r r i e d man with trailer house. Age, exp., wages. Write H-13, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Exp. single or married man. No boozer or smoker, good milker. Must be able to take charge of farm work. Can commence at once. J. J. Lowe, Garner, Ja, Rt. 5. WANTED--Married man on farm, separate home, no children. $40 per month year round to right man with milk and garden furnished. Write N-14, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Mason City boy 16 to 20 retail clerk. Give ref. and qualifications. Write T-13, Globe- Gazette. WANTED--Married man on farm by the year beginning March 1. Stale exp., wages expected. Write Q-13, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Exp. man on farm, married or single. Write X-13, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Married, 'man on farm, separate house, year round job. Write D-12, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Married man on farm, separate house, Osage, Iowa. Ph. 19F5. WANTED -- Exp. single farm hand. Willis Danielson, Alexander. WANTED--Young man with good personality lor general office work. Opportunity for advancement to right party. Write U-10, Globe-Gazette. Saleswork for Men 13 WORLD Known manufacturer wants 3 detail men this territory to contact restaurants and hotels. Nationally advertised food product. Good commissions to start; salary later. Men with selling experience preferred. Allen Jonas, 3317 Madison Road, Cincinnati, Ohio. MEYER Funeral Home--Dependable service. 126 Third SL 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 4 MEMORIAL PARK--"The Cemetery Beautiful." Perpetual maintenance. I. O. F. Bldg. 172. 1827J. Florists 5 ON VALENTINE'S DAY, Sunday, Feb. 14th, sing your love song with flowers from Kemble's. Ph. Lost and Found 6 LOST--Between Monroe and Fed. on State, 1 zipper key case and 7 keys, also gasoline cap. Reward. Leave at Globe-Gazette. LOST--Police dog, yellow marking. Small notch in car. Reward. Write A-ll, Globe-Gazette. Personals LOSE Weight daily. Sure, safe, inexpensive. Write Dr. Wendt, Canton, S. Dak. "CHRYSLER AIRTEMP". the perfect air conditioning. J. H. Marston, 107 1st St. S. E. Ph. 162. Business Services VOR BUILDING Your home or remodeling your home, call C. A. Holmenn, contractor. Ph. 2667. FEDERAL Corporation AiUomo- bile Financing. 309 First Nail. Bank Building. Phone 516. V WANTED Salesmen with car, salary and commission. Apply Manager Saturday 7 p. in. Singer Sewing Machine Company 1st Sl. S. E. WANTED -- Two car salesmen. Write B-13, Globe-Gazette. SALESMEN to cover Iowa for sleelware house. Give experience. Salary and commission. W. J. Holliday Co., Hammond, Ind. SALESMEN -- S e l l advertising novelties, calendars, fans, thermometers, etc., for nationally known firm. Liberal commissions. Stanwood Hillson Corp., 2724 High St., Brookline, Mass. NEW 6 VOLT electric arc welder, Sells on 5 minute demonstration to mechanics, repairmen, farmers shops and factories. Retails $3.75 Up to 150% profit. Works off storage battery or 110 volt current Trindle Products, 2223V Calumet Chicago. ^ Wanted, Women 15 WOMAN wishes hswk., 'go home nights. Ph. 3445-J. Work Wanted, Men 16 WANTED--Work of any kind by reliable, conscientious young man, age 24. Ph. 1298. YOUNG Married man, reliable . honest, wants job in Mason City Anything considered. Ref. Write R-ll, Globe-Gazette. RELIABLE Married man wants job on farm. Would operate farm on shares. R. H. Settles, Leland, Iowa. YOUNG man wants to run farm on share or wages. No smoker or boozer. Write G-12 Globe-Gazette. M A R R I E D couple w a n t s work o,n f a r m . Exp. Capable of m a i i i i y f a r m . Ref. John Kisner, Ventura R 1. ;· MONEY For All Purposes We make cash'loans up to S300 on your Auto or Furniture. Cars ·efinanced and payments reduced. Home Loan Finance COMPANY Second Floor Foresters Bldg. L O A N S UP TO $300.00 ?m-niture, Autos, Livestock, Machinery, Diamonds and other Personal Property. Anywhere in North Iowa, [ntercst charged only on the unpaid balance for the actual time used. FREE INFORMATION C. L. Pine Loan Co. Diagonally Opp. 1st Nat'l Bank 204 Weir Bldg., Mason City, Iowa Friendly Financial SERVICE Vou need not hesitate to see us t money is needed. We are alway. glad to explain our plan. Consoli date your obligations into one ac paytnen count with one small monthly. United Financial Service 8 1st N. W. Ph. 141 4 V i % FARM 5% CITY MONEY For refinancing, building, buying. Monthly payments optional. W. L. PATTON ALL BILLS Paid in Full And money left over. Group you bills here. Have one place to pay Easy Repayment Plan. LOANS to $300 SECURITY LOAN CO 321 1st Nat. Bank. Ph. 41 Ready Money Few people have relatives o friends who can conveniently Ion them up to $300 on short notic and any time. But everyone can come to us, knowing that we ar prepared to make a loan any day and to allow ample time for re payment in conveniently smal regular amounts. Humphrey Finance. Co 19';i N. Fed. Ph. 57 Get CASH to Pay Bill From Your CAR By using our convenient, conli dential monthly payment · AUTO LO/JM PLAN Home Office: Corner South of New City Ha Phone G70 Midland Investment Co FARM LOANS 4',i PER CENT INTEREST Special 10 year loan, 4 and 4'/$ per cent interest. Prompt Closing. Reasonable Commission. K I M E FARM MANAGEMENT AND REALTY CO. Ph. 173 or 136 Clear Lake, la Wanted to Borrow 2 WANTED--To borrow $400 al % with 1 yr. to pay. Write O-l Globe-Gazette; Rooms for Rent For R e n t -- U n f u r n . light hskpj rms., close in. 224 W. Slate. FOfl RENT--Slpg. nn. for youn m a n . Board i f . d e s i r e d . Ph. 201 f u r FOR RENT -- One m o d . hskpg rm. 1452 N. Jeff. Rooms for Rent 21 *·--·--'···-····---··--·-J~~i»~-i--i^-^^f^r-^-^^f^r-^ OR RENT--Mod. warm sip; room. 115 S. Adams. OH RENT--7 rm. house. 946 E. tale St., Ph. 649. OR HENT--Sleeping room, gentlemen pref. 229 E. State. OR RENT -- Warm room. 132 2nd S. W. sleeping Apartments for Rent 22 OR RENT--3 cozy rooms, furnished, private bath. 420 9 NW. OR RENT _ Modern, apartment. E. E. Butz. heated R RENT _ 2 rm. furn. close in. 103 2nd S. W. apt., 'OR RENT--Fun kitchenelle apt. Adults. 326 W. Slale. 3127. 'OR RENT--2 rm. u n f u r n . Ph. 2615. apl. 'OR RENT--2 rm. furn. outside apl. Adults. 123 J /i N. Fed. Houses for Rent 23 )R RENT--Small house, barn and two acres. S30 15 S. ,!!.·.. MERCHANDISE Miscellaneous for Sale 31 FOR SALE--Young man's $20 overcoat, $7, corduroy knickers, size 13, 75c, like new. Ph. 2461. FOR SALE--Rubbers, 25c and up, overcoats, $1 and up; suits S2.50 and up, new ass't. of ladies dresses 39c and up. South Side Exch., 337 S. Fed. FOR SALE--Baled straw and alfalfa. I. R. Trevett, Route 3, Roekford. Phone 45 on 82. FOR SALE--1 double barrel shotgun. Call Apt. 3, 23U N. Fed. after 5 p. m. FOR SALE--Medium sized cook stove, good cond · large iccboxx, suitable for stove and d i n i n g rm. set, Singer sewing machine. Vcech Transfer and Storage. SALE--White Rotary sewing machine, g u a r a n t e e d . No dealers. 521 5th SI. S. E., Mason Iowa. City, "OR RENT--$15, 5 rm. part. mod. and gavage, S. E.; $25, 5 rm. mod., close in, N. side. W. L. Ration, 109 E. Stale. OR RENT--5 rm. mod. duplex, garage and garden. 229 14th St. S. E. 233S. 'OR RENT--3 rm. furn. near Deckers. Ph. 301. house, 'OR RENT--4 vm. duplex, Cuel furnished, 522. W. side. See J. B. Youngblood. 'OR RENT--4 rm. mod. bungalow. Ph. 2415. FOR RENT--5 nn. house, 657 4th N. E., $20. Ph. day 260, night 88. FOR RENT--S rm. house, partly mod., double garage. 1601 N. 'enn. FOR RENT -- At Clear Lake, strictly mod. house, furn. or un- u r n . Gas heated. On lakeshore. l.ot 1 blk. from Park on Benton St., C. E. Carragher. Business Places for Rent 24 FOR RENT--Office rms. Desirable office rm., running water, $10; 2 desirable- adjoining rms., $14. See J. B. Youngblood. FARMERS Attention -- G e n u i n ^ Burpee automatic quick change can sealers, $11.50, -formerly $14.95, Mason City Hardware. FOR SALE--Wood 25c hundred by the ton, lesser amounts, 30e hundred. Ph. 1203. E. C. Knapp. FOR SALE--Heed baby buggy Inq. 1432'/2 N. Wash. FOR SALE -- Baled straw and timothy straw. John Overbeck Rockwell, loiva. Ph. 8 on 109. FOR SALE--at once misc. household goods and garden tools Mrs. Elia Gilford, 614 S. 4th St. Clear Lake. FOR SALE--50 soft wood barrel. cheap it taken at once. M. C Baking Co. FOR SALE--Bright feeding straw baled, stack threshed timothy 700 bu. good yellow corn. 5 mi south 2Vi east city. C. A. Blum. FOR SALE--6 ft. meal display case, equipped with 1-3 horse Frigidaire compressor Write Q-ll, Globe-Ga- power Terms, zette. FOR SALE--Used cash registers typewriters, adding machines Ph. 1033. Farms, Acreages for Rent 25A FOR RENT--Improved 80 Acre farm. H. T. Guild. 867. FOR RENT The large Hayden stock f a r m , on pavement, between Mason City and Clear Lake. See or write V. P. KIRK, at once, Park Inn Hotel, Mason City, Iowa. FOR RENT--44 A. at Rqckford, Iowa, suitable for dairy or chicken ranch. See Mrs. C. W. Brentner, Nora Springs. Wonted to Rent B25 WANTED to lease ready built gasoline service station by large responsible oil corporation. Write N-12 Globe-Gazette. WANTED--To rent acreage within 10 miles of Mason City. Write M-13, Globe-Gazette. REAL ESTATE Houses, Lots for Sale 26 FOR SALE--Modern home 6 R. garage SE part. H. O. L. C. loan estate. Mauleys. FOR SALE In Clear Lake -- Good G room house, p a r t l y modern, fine large corner lot. Very good, close in location. A real b a r g a i n , 51,600. Freeman : Kenyon Clear Lake, Iowa. FOR SALE--My 8 rm. home with 2 lots in Forest Park. A gain. A. L. Sherin. bar- SALE--2 new brick bungalows, Forest Park and Wildwood. M. J. Haaheim, Ph. 999. Real Estate, Sale, Exch. 28 WANTED--To trade small house and lot 75x100 in Albert Lea for acreage or M. C. house. Write R- 13, Globe-Gazette. Real Estate Wanted 29 WILL TRADE -- '29 Chrysler coupe and some cash for modern lot. Ph. ,108-1. Real Estate Loans 30 MORTGAGE LOANS ON North Iowa Farms 4 t ,2%-S'5o Mnson City Real Estate 4 1 ,2%-3 Large fund life insurance and Private money. Choice Mortgages For Sale. HUGH H. SHEPARD 502-508 Foresters Bldg. Ph. 284 Forms for Sale, Exch. 3OA FOR SALE -- Imp. acreage in Sheffield. Box 47D, Sheffield. Ph. 43F11. POSSESSION M a r c h 1st--148 Acres near Charles City. $50.0( per acre. 40 acres w e l l improved .'56,000.00. Sanders Sanders Charles C i t y , Iowa. POSSESSION M a r c h I s l -- m i Acres, nciir .small town. ijil.SOlf Sanders Sanders, Charles City Iowa. , ' \ S, A. E. 10 winter motor oil, 40c gal. Home Town, 422 N. Mon FOR SALE--Tuxedo, size 34. Inq 1432Vi North Washington. Swap Service 32 SWAP--Ford chassis Tor elec. ra dio of any kind. Write TT-K Globe-Gazelle. SWAP--Gun or cash Tor £00 stamp collection I can use. Writ RR-11, Globe-Gazette. Three times or less offering a "SWAP" costs nothing. The a( must have a Globe-Gazette "key ; number and the advertiser wil pay 10 cents for each reply. Re are to be called tor at thi Want Ad counter. For every lini over 3 lines, besides 10 cents to each answer, regular rates will b iharged. Livestock and Equipment 40 OR SALE--Home grown pure bred Belgium stallions. Priced o sell. J. J. Bonstetter, Corwith, owa. FOR SALE 36-Head of Catde-36 Consisting of 6 good milk cows, 0 head of young heifers. steers and PAUL LEMKE h. miles southeast of Clear Lake, Iowa. SEE THE NEW 1IUBER TRACT O R -- NF.W CASE TRACTORS 5x27 .T. Deere, first class. . S30( 4.\28 Massey Harris $250 '-30 Farmnll. R u b b e r tires. '-20 F n r m n l l . Mounted International steel shel- ler. 3eLaval Separator, motor driven. I I Used Steel threshers. PEDELTY IMPLEMENT CO. 229 Second St. S. W. Mason City, Iowa. P o u l t r y and Supplies 41 BABY CHICKS From B. W. D. tested and inspected flocks. Assorted varieties $5.95 per 100 Your choice of Brown, B u f f , 01 White Leghorns, headed w i t l i Jedigreeri cockrels, $7.50 per 100. Common heavy varielics, slightly "ligher. Custom hatching hen ?ggs, 2c. Turkey eggs, 4c. $1.0C per 100 chicks, with order, bal- mce on delivery. Take advan- :age of these early order price. 1 by ordering now, 50c per 100 chicks, less i t f u l l amount is scnl with order now. Van Gerpen Hatchery, B u f f a l o Center, Iowa Automobiles for Sale 42 TRUCK VALUES 36 Ford L. W. B. Ten ply duals. '36 Dodge Heavy Duly i'.i. Ton. Duals. '36 Chev. L. W. B. Duals. Ten ply tires. L'APINER MOTOR co. Auto Ports, Tires, Services 43 PRICED To sell, a big stock ot good used tires. Mack's Auto Parts, 111 4th S. W. Lodge Notices QUEEN H K B F . K A t l LODGE N'O. 106 I. o. o. F. IIALI, 7:30 r. M. Meet 1st anil 3rd Frtday ot each month, Robekali Cm 2:30. KATU, L.KAMAN. N, C,. Ph. Sn-in MAUDE MAXSON. Hoc. SDC. Ph MRS. R. E. KOLW1NSKA. fin. Sec. Pli HAIIDIXT, L O D G E NO. 6411 A. I'. ANU A. M. ?:»ri-P. SI. Wnrk in 3rd rlcpreo V3., Feb. 19111. Remember your obligation--Conic. T. t, HUDSON. W. M. Phone 1727 C. 1IALPH1DE. Scc'y. Pllono 243 Bi;NKVot.F.xct: i-ounE NO. us A. F. AND A. M. 7:30 P. M. Staled c o m m u n i c a t i o n Flr.st Thursday of each monUi. C. H. JOHNSON. W. M, D. D. GILBERT. Scc'y. FOR SALE--GO Butt Orp. pullets, v a c ci 11 ated, bloodtested, 40% production. SI.25. Choice pure while geese, S2. Mrs. M. H. Wol- cotl, Rockwell, Iowa. AUTOMOTIVE Automobiles for Sale 42 THEVROLETS USED CARS WITH AN O. 'K. THAT COUNTS '33 Chev. Master 6 Wheel Sedan. Exceptionally clean. Sec it. '30 Chev. Coach. Lots ol unused transportation. ~ Master Coadi. Very Conch. Runs like ne\v. Sedan. (5 wheels. Good AWAIT REPORTS OF COMMITTEES Parly Lines in Iowa House Taut With Contests lo Be Decided. By GEORGE MILLS (luwa Daily Tress Bureau) DES MOINES--Party lines were t a u t in the Iowa house again is forthcoming committee reports on the last two election contesls threalcned to upset the balance of power. Commillces are expected to file r e p o r t s of t h e i r findings next Tuesday on the election contesls brought against Representatives R. G. Moore (D-Harrison) and (R-Clinion.) in Ihe house '34 Chev. clean. '32 Chev. '31 Chev. one. FORDS Musical I n s t r u m e n t s 34 FOR'.SALE--Midget Monarch piano, cheap. Leaving town. Write T-9, Globe-Gazette. Good Things to Eat 37 ONIONS, 10 pound bag ISc CABBAGE, 8 pounds 25c RUTABAGAS, 8 pounds 25c CARROTS, 8 pounds 2nc APPLES, 0 pounds 2Sc POTATOES, Ige., per peck .. 39c EARL'S FRUIT MARKET 1603 South Federal Wanted to Buy 38 WANT To buy copy zclle, Jan. 4, 1936. Globe-Gazelle office. A SPECIAL TOR SATURDAY! 1934 FORD V-B COUPE S32S '34 Ford Tudor with trunk. '.14 Ford Coupe. Priced to sell. '33 Ford Deluxe Tudor. '32 Ford Fordor Sedan. '3t Ford Tudor. A good Foi'd. OTHER' MAKES '35 Oldsmobile Business Coupe ·with .f8:") radio like new. Priced right. 30 Oldsmobile Coach. *33 Plymouth Sedan. 32 Plymouth Coach. 29 Hupmobile Sedan. '2K Oakland Sedan. Also other makes in cheap Used Cars, t h a t have unused transportation worth the money. Special deals all through the month of February. Payments to suit your purse. S. R. CHEVROLET CO., Inc. "North Iowa's Largest Used Car Dealer" I B S. Wash. Phone B6S Globe-Ga- Bring lo WANTED--To buy medium size office safe. Purchasing depl. Jacob E. Decker Sons. WANTED--To buy at once, studio davenport. 821 S. Fed. WANTED--Any make of sewing machine. Write Z-13, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Used furniture. Joe Goss, 212 South Fed. Ph. 942. WANTED .TO BUY--Buff Orpington and White -Rock cockcr- als. Manly Elec. Hatchery. Ph. 14. WANTED--Used turniture, stoves. Graham's. 204 S. Fed. Ph. 301. PETS Livestock and Equipment 40 FOR SALE Model A John Deere Tractor; two 12-24 Harl Parr; W. C. Allis Chalmars. C. C. HANSEN Olranto, Iowa. FOR SALE Two hole corn sheller, with self feeder; wagon box, elevator and cob carrier; 2 John Deere spreaders; 2 model D. John Deere tractors; 2 wagons; 8 or 10 good work horses; several 10-foot disc h a r rows; one Dodge truck, cheap. Ruclcl Implement Co. /ttidcl, Iowa. FOR SALE--Good w u r k learn, one in foal. Lcnovel Wrench, Nora Springs, Iowa, HOW ABOUT Looking al this '33 Dodge Sedan, we won't try to tell you any more aboul it here. Terms and trade too. ZENOR MOTOR CO. 118 S. Del. Ph. 691 Essex Tudor. Re$285 '32 Pacemaker built motor '2fi Graham Sedan S 75 '31 Willys Sedan ?145 Jewel Motors, Inc. Do Soto - P l y m o u t h 10 4th N. 1C, P h o n e 81 LOOK 1930 Ford Tudor. '37 license S 95 1930 Pontiac Coach $150 Ponliac Sedan. Clean. '37 He. SI fin Willys Sedan. Good S TOLSOM AUTO CO. 19-25 3rd N. E. William N. Judd The pauly lineup stands al 54 democrats and 54- republicans, including the seats two are representatives whose being contested. Although committee cliairmer and members refuse to comment. it is expected t h a t Ihe democratically controlled committees w i l l bring in majority reports recommending that Representative Moore rclain his seat but thai .lucid be succeeded by his democratic foe, M i l t o n Pe.ico. P l a n minority Rciiorls. Republican sources h a v e i n d i - cated the G. O. P. members on both committees will file minority reports recommending the -seating of II. L. Peyton of Logan, Moore' opponent, and the retention of the Clinlon county seat by Pcaco. Final decision as to who shall be seated depends entirely upon t h j vole of the house in accepting 01 rejecting Ihe committee reports. II the house chooses, it may lurr. down the majorily reports anri adopt the minority recommendations. The house's decision is f i n a l . Neither Moore nor Judd will be permitted to vole on the reports, if the house chooses, it may t u r r down the majority · reports anc adopt the minority recommendations. The house's decision is final. Neither Moore nor Judd will be permitted lo vote on the reports involving their own political fortunes, according to some of the lawyer members. Thus, should party lines remain intact, barring of Moore m i g h t mean a 54 to 53 vole ."gainst him in Ihe Harrison conlcst. Similarly, .lucid niighl br c o n f r o n t e d by an adverse vole ol 5*1 [o f3 on t h e Clinton conlcst. M l f f h l Upset Balance. This p a r t y balance might easily bo unsel, however, should even one member vole contrary to parly lines. The house speaker- ship wenl lo democrat La Mar P. Foster in this way several weeks ago when Representative A l b e r t Beltman of Sioux rounly, a republican, voted for Foster lo break the deadlock. Both parties held secret caucuses on the contests several nights ago. Beltman, ii was reported, did not allend either one of them. Complications in the Harrison county contest are said to include a proposal thai one entire precinct in Logan be t h r o w n out because the ballots were out of certain election officials' custody for a j time. I t also has been reported hal 387 ballots arc questioned in lie same contest. Moore was w i n - icr by Iwo votes in the o r i g i n a l official count. Judd Declared AVIuner. In the Clinton Conlesl, .lucid ivas declared winner by 39 voles n the original canvass. The con- :osl commillee is said to have de- :larcd Peaco the wiiiiicr by llneo votes a tier the recount. It is said, lowever, that the recount total ot votes cast in Clinton county is HTI ,ess than Ihe totals in the original count. The Clinlon conlesl committee is composed of Represenln- .ivc Chairman Thomas Slimpson of Anainosa, Charles H. Bccklcr, Waterloo, and Chester L. Johns, Oltumwa, all democrats, and M i l Ion Sirickler, DCS Moines, and .1. C. Moore, Promise City, republi- ans. The Harrison c o u n t y committee is headed by W. .1. Johannes, Ash- Ion, democrat, and includes P. C. Rasmusscn, Council Bluffs, and Ivor II. Christoffersen, Cedar Falls, both democrats. The two republicans members are O. N. Hultman of Stanton and M. E. Benz ot Lawler. 722 SOUTH FEDERAL H O R S E S A L E TUESDAY, FEB. Kith, 1:00 P. M. IVc have 50 liorses and rolls assigned for lliis sale. IF YOU HAVE ANY MORSES TO SEL1, Brine: them in--the demand Is belter. IF YOU A H E A BUYKR--IT. WILL PAY YOU TO BE AT THIS SALE FULL LINE OF F A R M M A C H I N E R Y . . . T M u C O K M I C K DEERING TRACTOR A/VD CULTIVATOR--New last May. CLEAR LAKE AUCTION COMPANY Clear Lake, Iowa Phone: Day GM- -Nlfflil -185 On account of e x t r e m e cohl "weather a n d blocked ruads, my I'ublic Sale was postponed twice. IT WILL NOW BE HELD ON TUESDAY, FEB. 16, 12:30 P. M. To be held al Ihe f a r m 3 miles n o r t h of Swalcilalc; 9 miles south and 6 miles west of Mason City. Ora Baylnss, Aucl. National Bank of Thornton, C l r r k IT'S THE TRUTH! BARGAINS '36 Ford V-8 Tudor S4D5 '35 Ford V-8 Tudor $375 '34 Ford V-8 Dlx. 4-Door . . $275 '32 Ford V-8 Tudor $175 '31 Ford Tudor $165 '35 Chev. Coach $395 '33 Chev. Master Coach .... $325 '34 Torraplane Coach '34 Ford Pickup S295 $325 '36 Dodge Panel. (Body wrecked). Only 7.000 ml S265 '34 Ford V-3 Truck $295 TERMS TO SUIT YOU PRITCHARD MOTOR COMPANY YOUR FORD DEALKR f c n n . and 1st tit. S. E. As I am Eointf lo move lo M i n n e s o t a , r will sell al T'uhlic A l i r l i n n on Die oltl Aslak Aamodl f a r m , " miles south of Lakt^ Mills; K milns «ast anrl 1 miles nnrtli of Forest C i t y ; on the main h i g h way 2 miles south of Delano K c l i n n l h o u s c , nn WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17 Free L u n c h al Noon Sale Beftins al 1:00 O'clock Sharp 5 HEAD OF HORSES-- 2 Bay Mares coraillff 10 anil 11 years old, wcighl u h o u l 3,000. 2 Grey Geldings comins 13 and 11 years old, weight about 2,BOO. 1 Hay Mare Coll, coming ~i months old. 29 HEAD OF CATTLE--14 Hcail of Younf Holstcln M i l k Cows; some fresh and others fresh soon. 2 Heifers I year old. 3 Calves. 9 head of Youiifr Gallic. 1 Fnllblootl Holstcin Bull, 10 months old. 50 WHITE JERSEY GIANT PULLETS 38 H E A D OF HOGS--8 Poland China Brood Sows lo Farrow Aboul May 15. 30 Head of Fccdimt figs. FARM MACHINERY. ETC.--A 1927 Forclson Iraclor ill very good condition; a Nichols Shcphard corn picker; Moline 2-row cnrn cultivator for Fordson: Jolm Deere slngle-rovr corn iIoiv; John Dccre disc, 22 single; s u l k y plow; 1 wheel (Iran carl; one steel wa^on and box; Emerson hayloader; 2 scls of Con- curd work harness and some household Roods. Siimc. Alfalfa hay and silaRc. TERMS OF SALE--Sums of S I O anil iinilrr. cash; over Dial amount onr year's lirnc oil approved iiolcs al 1 ner crjil inlcrcsl. No property lo hn r e m o v e d u n l i l .scltlcd for HAAKON ASKERUD, Proprietor C a r l Shrimp. A n d . Farmers Savings Bank of J o i c r , Clerk

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