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MARCH 4 1931 Mo vim Time MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE GIXBE-GAZETTE WANT AD BATES. Fifteen cents a line first Insert tlon. Ten cent3 a line for each consecutive subsequent Insertion. (Count five average words to the line.) Seven Insertions are given for the price of six. CLAS SIETED"~D3!S PLA Y ADVERTISING. , 70o per column inch each Insertion. A discount of 15 per cent will he allowed on all classified advertisements paid for at the time of Insertion or not later than 24 hours thereafter. Answers to blind 'advertisements must be addressed to the letter stated in the ad, care of the Globe-Gazette. Under no circumstances will the Globe-Gazette reveal the name of those inserting "blind" advertisements Personals-- Speciai until Easter--Nestle Permanent Wave, 55.00. Thomas, 717 S. Jersey. Phone 3336-J. Lost and Found- LOST Young Hampshire boar. Can give positive identification. Art Zirbel, 9 on 8, Rockwell. LOST Boston bull dog. Britulle and white. REWARD. PHONE S045W STRAYED--Yellow Collie dog, 55 reward. ALBERT RIEDEL, Route 2, NORA SPRINGS, IOWA. Money to Loan-LOANS Â£ $300 DIAMONDS-FURNITURE-AUTOS-SALAP.Y No Publicity No Delays 1 to 20 Months to Repay SECURITY LOAN CO. 821 1st NatL Bk. Phono 412 [PANS Household Upto5300 ]Automobi)es Help Wanted, Male ' ~ ~~ ~ ---- '-- _^ ^ 17 Is Want Ad Time--Best Rentals Appear Here WANTED--Experienced single man 85 to 40 years old for steady work on farm; must have clean' habits, M. G. Frazier, Clear Lake, Route 4, Help Wanted, .Femaler- WANTED--2 neat appearing: young ladies at once. Russell Studio. WANTED--Exp. girl for genera hsewk. Write H-4, Globe-Gazette Salesmen Wanted- SALESMAN WANTED/-- To sell high grade made to measure men's suits. Must have selling eperi- ence. For information write Box 487, Mason City, Iowa. SALESMEN WANTED Complete and established line auto, tractor oils, -greases and paints, lasts of customers and prospects furnished. Interstate Oil Co., Inc., Minneapolis, Minn. , WANTED 2 men to travel with district manager. Sales experience unnecessary. Must be over 21 and.have car. Give telephone number in reply. Write K-4, GLOBE-GAZETTE WANTED -- Automobile salesman and mechanic. Apply Lapiner Motor Co. Experienced only need apply. Salesladies-- We have an opening for a saleslady to handle the Real Silk Lingerie line. 'Write 202 M. B. A. Bldg WANTED -- Experienced ready-to- wear saleslady; must be able /to make alterations. Write D^S, Clear Lake Globe-Gazette. Services Offered-- WANTED--Washings, shirts done, 12/Â£c. Phone 2521-W. PAINTING, paper h'glng. Ph. 2777. WANTED--Washings. Ph. 2448J. Paper'g., paint'g. Stewart. 2835W. UPHOLSTERING, Repairing. Cornstock Furn. Co., Phone 2708. PAINT'G., Paperg. Turner. 1470J. REPAY 20 MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS C. L. PINE LOAN CO. 204-5-6 Weir Bldg. State St. Fed. Ave. Phone 224 p.., Phone 727 -- , tupftld WUs, moving ezr nenses, rent, In- tereit, etc. Home Loan Finance COMPANY 2nd Floor M. B: A. Bldg. FARM LOANS Prompt service. Aet now for spring. W. L. PATTON 109.East State Street PAPERING, Painting. Klarr. 2127W. Stocks--Â· For Sale--Several shares in Farmers' Co-operative Co. at Clear Lake, Â§50 share paying 8%. Paid 10% trade dividends last year. Write R-3, Globe-Gazette. Situations Wanted-- ASSISTANT EMBALMER, AGE 23 wants position. 3 yrs. exp. and can furnish ref. Write Z-2, GLOBE-GAZETTE WANTED--Job in meut market or service station. Write L-3, GLOBE-GAZETTE WOMAN WANTS HOUR OR DAY work or washings. Ph. 3438-W. EXPERIENCED HRL wants housework in mod. home with small famJly. Write W-3, GLOBE-GAZETTE TWO MEN want work by month or year. Prefer farm, or what have you? Write J-27, GLOBE-GAZETTE MIDDLE AGED man wants work. Place for family preferred. Ph. 161. 2 experienced girls want hswk. or cafe work Write O-4, Globe-Gazette. THANK YOU For the splendid response to our Brealifast set refinishing Special during February, BUT So many were unable to take advantage of it that we will ..Â· Â· . ..,._. !. 4 .contlnue. .... "UNTILRiARCHSlst To enamel any table and 4 chairs for the special price of ONLY 36.00 ONLY _ ENAMELED IN ANY COLOR YOU DESIRE AND TRIMMED IN ANOTHER MACKET'S 403 1st S. W. Phone 782 For Rent, Rooms-- FOR RENT--2 slpg. rooms, mod. home; board if desired. 1719 S. Fed. FOR RENT--Slpg. r m. Ph. 593. FOR RENT--Sleeping rm. in mod Â· .ern home, close In. Phone 917W, FOR RENT--Mod. hskpg. room; everything furn. 128 9th N. W FOR RENT--Beorm. 224 W. State FOR RENT--Comfortable turn, sip rm. 203 I'at S. E. , FOR RENT--Mod. furn. rooms. Ph 3569. FOR RENT--3 unfurn. rms., mod. Phone 2416. 32G Third St. S. W. FOR RENT--Large front heated hskpg. rooms. Ask Mrs. Harris. FOR RENT--2 furn. rms. downstairs, private ent. 1617 N. Jeff. FOR RENT--2 furn. light hskpg. ropms in modern home. Private entrance. 806 N. Aciams.' Ph. 3127. FOR RENT--3 modern furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Heat, water and lights furnished. Inq. at 418 S: Georgia. Ph. 2215-J. FOB RENT 2 and S furn. light hskpg. rooms, private entrance. 512 NORTH PENNSYLVANIA FOR RENT--2 furn. hskpg. rooms, no children. Phone 2861-J. FOR RENT--3 first class unfurn. rooms with slpg. porch, r Heat, lights, gas, water, telephone, hot and cold water. Priv. ent. Ph. 2465. FOR RENT--Fine warm furnished room. Private tutrance. Ph. 1321. FOR RENT--1 furn. hskpg. room; private entrance. 210 N. Adams. For Sale--Real Estate-- FOR SALE--Good 6 rm. hse. Must be moved by March 1. Ph. 1897. FOR SALE--5 room modern hun- ;alow, 52500.00, monthly payments PHONE 2010 FOR SALE--Mod. 5 rm. bungalow in Grandview at the right pricp and favorable terms. Ph. 3414. W H. Briar.' FOR SALE 3-rm. mod. house, attic, water softener, garden, garage, corner lot, paved. Phone 2403 GENERAL HOUSECLEANING OF ALL KINDS Clean wall paper 60c room and up. Wash woodwork and painted walls, wax and polish floors. Kiilsomlne and murcsco. Do painting and varnishing. By hour or job. Estimates free. Fred Sachen, 423 S. Polk Ave. PHONE 3030 For Sale, Miscellaneous -FOR SALE Bancroft Tennis Racquet. Cheap. Like new. ' PHONE 3478W FOR SALE 9170 all electric Majestic rwdio, model 02, 1930, 7 tube, for $GO. PHONE 2790J FOR SALE--No..20 Radiola battery set in A-l condition. Ph. 3928-J. FOR SALE--Potatoes, 30c to $1 a bushel, - also alfalfa hay. C. R. Link, Phone ll-F-12. FOR SALE Desirable residence property. Every modern convenience. Owner moving away. Will sacrifice. 'Write' '"Â· Y-4, GLOBE-GAZETTE For Rent, Apartments FOR RENT--Well furn. newly dec orated, mod. 3 rm. apt No children. 26 9th N. E. FOR RENT--3 and 4 rm. apts. 1509 S. Federal. Phone 2636. FOR RENT--Small furn. apt., no children. 103 N. Pennsylvania FOR RENT--Heated apt Ph. 2877 FOR RENT 8-room unfurnished apartment, close in. Heat and water furnished. Rem reasonable. First class condition. PHONE 1972W FOR RENT--5 rm. duplex apt. E. V, Harper. Ph. 1773 or 1445. FOR RENT 3 room and bath furn. apt. Also 1 rm. and kitchenette apt. downstairs. PHONE 8G11J utter 5:30. FOR RENT Close in, 5 room apartment, Â§40, GEORGE VAN EVERY Phone 3983 or 2838J FOR RENT -- 5. rooms and bath mod. apt. Phone 209. FOR RENT--4 rm. modern apt. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. FOR RENT 4-rm. mod. apt. and bath, heat and water furnished. Over the Suddarth Grocery. Phono 1423 FOR RENT--Mod, apt, 3 rms. and bath, 2 Murphy beds. Call 210. FOR RENT--Two furn. apts. 428 East State. Phone 1117-J. FOR RENT--4 and 5 rm. furn. apts in Marvyl Apts. Phone 2051. FOR RENT--Furn. apt. 712 N. Mad. FOR RENT--3 room well furn. apt. first floor, outside entrance. 30 Second St. N. W. Phono 2440-W. FOR RENT--Apartment. SOS North Delaware. Phone 1143. Poultry and Eggs-- FOR SALE -- Buff Orpington eggs for hatching. 52.00 per 100. W. C. Batdorf, Phone 9-F-31. Mrs, GOO CHICKS FOR THE PRICE OF 500 Farm Machinery-- FOR SALE--Cheap, one DeLaval milker, one 1,000 Ibs. and one 900 Ibs. DeLaval..separrftor. Nils Gylleck, Kensett, Iowa. For Sale, Farms-- FOR QUICK SALE--10 acres on Clear Lake pavement. Unimproved. Will trade for city property. Please give offer. Phone 3054 or write Box 253. We are buying eggs cheaper than we expected to, so are passing the savings on to our customers. For a Short Time We AVill Give-15 chicks with every 100 'ordered. 100 chicks with every order of 500. BLOODTESTED STOCK--ORDER NOW MASON CITY HATCHERY NICHOLAS HATCHERY Clarion ALLISON HATCHERY Allison For Sale or Trade-- FR SALE OR TRADE--Yearling Guernsey biill. Ready for service. M. R. Brim, Mason City, Iowa, 6 mi. east of city. Wearing Apparel-- FOR SALE--Last yrs. brown tweed spring coat, size 16, $5. 211 N. Jeff Reliable Used Cars "EVERY DAY WE SELL CARS -- OUR SUPERIOR -VALUES MAKE US LEADERS" LaSalle Sedan. Guaranteed by us same as a new car. New tires and completely equipped. Before you t1OCA buy a car, see this Hudson Greater Six 5-passenger sedan. Not a scratch dÂ»7C A on this perfect car. Latest 1929. Look this value over $ f DU Buick 5-passenger coupe. Cleanest used Buick in Iowa. New tires all around. Winter front, spotlight, etc,, only Chrysler series 62 coupe Lots of power and speed. Beautiful original finish. New tires and lots of extras. Special Essex latest 1930 Coach. Not a scratch on this beautiful job. Completely equipped. New car guarantee and servce Chevrolet 1930 Coach. Cleanest used Chevrolet in town. flÂ» J A f Fully equipped and guaranteed as'good as new car. OnlyVTTf J Super Six Essex Coach. Equipped with trunk and many other extras. Beautiful duco finish and motor runs rfÂ»i e\r* perfect. See this ..'. JJ) 1*10 Buick Standard Touring car with Rex enclosure. Excellent motor and good tires. Four wheel brakes, etc. (M OC New license, only ?. Â«plOt) Ford 1926 Coupe. Good motor. New rear tires. '31 license $70 Dodge 1923 Sedan. Four new tires. Fine motor. New '31 license Business Opportunities-- FOB SALE t Hotel and cafe, town of 800, north ern Iowa, steam heat, cheap ren on building, $600 handles, ba - terms, other business. Write S-2, GLOBE-GAZETTE WE HAVE A REAL OPPORTUNINTY for some ambitious, honest youn man anxious to operate his own ii dependent candy vending niachln business. Married man preferred. No exper lence neccosary. Big profits assured $2,000 to $3,000 and over the firs year. Write Immediately giving ref erences and full particulars abou yourself to the KING VENDING COMPANY Dept. B, Box 431, La Crosse, Wls Wanted to Biiy- WANTED TO BUY , or 0 room modern bunaglotv Must be reasonable. Write S-t, GLOBE-GAZETTE Chevrolet 1926 Coach. Good tires. Fine motor. '31 license $135 Dodge '25 Coupe. Fine motor. New tires. '31 license. Equipped $165 Graham Truck with large body for hauling stock, etc. Only $195 Nearly new $165 Dump Body. Latest model. Bargain $75 Cleanest Chevrolet Coupe in this town. ill suit anyone . $195 Essex 1926 Coach. Extra clean. New tires. A real value EASY PAYMENTS TO ALL --OPEN EVENINGS Lapiner Motor Co. "The Brightest Corner in Town" For Sale or Rent-- FARM FOR SALE OR RENT 80 ACRES Immediate possession. 4 miles nort and y t mile cast of Ventura. Write FIRST"NATIONAL CO. in Fort Dodge and give reference For Sale, Livestock-- Business and Professional Directory Auto Electrical and Battery Service -- AND ELECTRIC CO. NEW RATTERIES 55.33 And four Old Bailer? 80-1 SECOND S. W. . PHONE 389 Tailor-- J. O. SELBY MERCHANT TAILOR New Spring Styles--Suits $35 to 575 Opposite Hanford Hotel Ph. 1158 Funeral Directors-- Contractor M. M. MOEN COMPANY _ Contractor* Ucpnlr Wr.rl: Alteration Work ijmall Orders Handled Promptly 818 so. rre*. A\e. I'Dono Repair Work-- HARRY A. WALTEP. SPEEDWAY GARAGE 003 S. Fres. Ave. General ICcpnlr Work and Storage--npccla IiinB on Oakland and Pontlac. Open eve nfpgg and Snndny morning. Day and NlRh Wrecking Service. Â· Prices on repairing and wrecking nervlee . reduced during Mnrch All work 'Ruarantced. PHONE 1196 FOR SALE--Conover Piano^at a bargain. Perfect cond. Ph. 1245. Household Goods-- FOR SALE--Dining room suite and baby buggy. Reasonable. 503 S. Pennsylvania. Phone 883-W. FOR SALE:--Voss Washer, good condition, $35. Phone 3161. FOR SALE--Singer Sewing- Machine. 407% N. Fed. Apt. 2. Fmrnltore at lith N. E. and North Federal FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1 P. M. Mahogany library table, breakfast set, One Minute electric washing 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, Anct. H. E. SWARNER, Clerk. For Rent, Farms-- FOR RENT--200 acre farm. 18 Seventh St. N. W. Inq. FOR SALE L. C. Smith number 8 typewriter. Good, condition. Phone 938 or write Box 436 JUST RIGHT CLEANER The only cleaner that can bo used for all purposes. 3 Ibs. 50c. Mfg. and Bold by C. Abbott,'1208 S. Carolina Avenue. PHQNE S312J FOR SALE--8 "ft. show case. 672. FOR SALE Alsyke Clover Seed See sample at M. C. Hardware. $13.20 bu. F. A. Hill, R. 3, city. PHONE 23F22 Wanted To Rent-- VANTED TO Modern 5 or 6 room house or bungalow, with garage and garden. Can furnish best of references. Write Z-3, care Globe-Gazette. WANTED TO RENT--April first, 5 room bungalow and also 6 or 7 room modern house; nortluvest preferred. Phone 2010. .WANTED TO RENT House or bungalow by March 15 by adults. Good references. Write A-4, GLOBE-GAZETTE McAULEY FUNERAL HOME 8 South Adams Phone 651 PATTERSON \ FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Sen-Ice 322 N. Washington Phone 1140 Radio Service-PAUL'S RADIO SERVICE Experienced Radiotricians on All Radios Phono 355 7 2nd St. S. W.--K. C. Bldg. RADIO ELECTRIC REPAIR SHOP Specialists In Repairing Radio and electric appliances. 'PHONE 480 4th St. N. E. and N. .Federal HOME BAKERY- MRS. MAYNARD Fancy Decorated Cakes and Cookies for St. Patrick's Day, Enster and also for Bridge Parties. Order early. 029 N. Federal Phono 3807 Brake Service-F Â·*- P R E E Brake Inspection . RUSSELL DRAKE SERVICE Phone 373 Jo 2nd g. jy. Chiropodist-- JOHN D. REELER CHIROPODIST Office now open with 'nil the latest methods of procedure. 316 1st Natl. Bank Bldg. Office phone 831; residence phone 844. Contractor- JOHN RASMUSSEN New Building and Repair Modern farm buildings a specialty. All.Cement Work. 410 21st .St. S. E. Phone 2630-J Brick Contractors-- Before yon do any kind of BRICK WORK call for information and estimates. MAX PETERSEN Phono .1067 - 2103 South Federal HENRY HEIDERICH, Phone 3978VV 730 15th Place N. E. REAL ESTATE- THEODORE Real Estate -- Steamship Agency 12'/z 2nd Street Northeast ' Telephone 3054 Character Reading Scientific Character Reading Any question answered. If not snt- isficd, no charge. Home Talent. PHONE 2611 FOR SALE Purebred Poland China Gilts to far o\v March and April, weight 250 to 350 ibs. Priced $25 nnd $30. T. J. BARRAGY, Rockwell, Iowa REGISTERED Red Tnbby Persian Stud for services. Also exchange services. Mrs. F. W. Whitford Swaledale, Iowa. For Rent, Houses-- Do you want to rent, buy or sell a home. Call W. H. Briar. Ph. 3414 FOR RENT--6 rm. mod. house with acreage. Phone Johnson, 48 or 2182. HOUSE FOR RENT--407 Twenty- fourth S. W. Lapiner Motor Co FOR RENT--7 rm. mod. house, 1-0 rm. partly mod. house, close in. F. A. Herrman. Ph. 1933J. FOR RENT--Mod. 6 rm. bungalow and garage on carllne. Ph. 2861J. FOR RENT Apr. 1, 5 rm. mod. bung gar., wat. softener. $40. Ph. 2403. Auto Accessories- THERE is n. great deal of satisfaction In doing business with the game person twice. This is only possible when the customer Is satisfied. We pride ourselves in making friends and boosters out of our customers. A PARTIAL LIST OF OUR REAL VALUES '27 Chrysler Coupe . ... .$160 '27 Dodge Coupe, new motor $195 '27 Whippet Sedan $160 '27 Star Coupe $125 '27 Essex Coach S 05 '27 Chev. Sedan $160 '27 Chev. Coupe $160 '25 Dodge Coach $ 85 13 MODEL A FORDS 10 CHEVROLETS Model T Fords from $10 up (2) Chev. (6) Trucks Â·30 Ford Truck (save) $225 SEE US--SAVE $$$ FAIR, LIBERAL TERMS Schukei Motor FORD and LINCOLN Used' Car Salesroom 2 Doors West of Globe-Gazette THE BUSIEST CORNER IN TOWN USED CARS OF ; MERIT 1929 Whippet Six Coach, new tires, motor Al, finish like $435 1929 Whippet 4 cyl. Coach, new Goodyear tires. Motor like new. Original finish ....... $335 1928 Chevrolet Coach, new tires, finish like new, 4 new tires. Motor Al ........... $285 1928 Falcon Knight 6 cyl, Coach. One of these good Knight motors . ........... $335 1927 Whippet 4 Coupe, clean $185 See the new 1931 Willys 8 and 8 and Willys Knight now on Â· display. Prices reduced from $170 to $700. Legal Notices NOTICE OP SPECIAL ELECTIO Notice is hereby given that Ordi nance No. 23 was passed by th Council and approved by the Mayo .on the 4th day of February, 1931 in the manner provided by law, anc that the Council has called a specla election to be held on the 30th da of March, 1931, for the purpose o' submitting said ordinance to th voters, and has directed that ther be submitted to the voters of th Town of Swaledale, Iowa, at sai special election the following pro position: OFFICIAL BALLOT (Notice to Voters: For an affir mative vote upon the question sub mitted in this ballot, make a cros (X) mark in the square after the word "Yes." For a negative vote make a similar mark in the squar following the word "No.") Shall the Following Public Mea sure be Adopted? YES NO Ordinance No. 28. PHONE 447--448 USED CAR BARGAINS 2Irun Oakland Coach, cheap at $10(5 nna 1'nntJac Coach, A-l siÂ«5 3nnIy Chevrolet Coach,, a annp $11S :,ato .Star Cnrich, a bargain $125 Â·'crfect Studcbolicr Coupe, clean SlOO 3ood FOR! Coupe, model T , , . . S f t f S tfany other makes And models to choosa from --Terms IT WILT, PAY VOU TO SEE US FIRST" Johni Gallagher Oakland-Prmtlac Motor Cam Sales and Service 25-27 2nd St. S. E. Phnnn 1BS7 Open Kvenlnfs and Sunday* \neMng Hcrvlce All Ifnurs. Call Ilat or 1397 Evening* An Ordinance Granting to. Central West Public Service Company, a Corporation, to Use and Occupy the Streets, Alleys and Other Public Places of the Town of Swaledale, Iowa, for .the Purpose of Constructing, Maintaining and Operating a General Telephone and Telegraph. System Within Said Town. Be It Ordained by the Town Coun ell of Swaledalc, Iowa. Section 1. That Central Wes Public Service Company, a Corp or ation, ita successors and assigns are hereby granted the right to us and occupy the streets, alleys an other public places of the Town o Swaledale, Iowa, for a term twenty-five (25) years from the ef fcctlve date hereof, for the purpos of constructing, maintaining 1 anc operating a general telephone am telegraph system within said Town Section 2. That the rights herein granted are subject to the exercise of the police power as the same now is or may hereafter be conferret upon said Town; . Section 3. That Central West Public Service Company shall upon demand, pay the cost of publishing this ordinance and of .holding the election hereinafter referred to; Section 4. Nothing In this franchise shall be construed to mean that this is any exclusive franchise aa the Council reserves the right to grant additional franchises to other parties. Section 5. That this ordinance QUALITY USED CARS AT LOW OVERHEAD PRICES 1929 De Soto Coach JSmippy performance 1939 Whippet Sedan GooiJ low coat (ntrisporlatlon 1929 Nosh Sedan 6 cylinder--low nillrit;re , 1030 Dodge Sednti Uriirmtfabtc--low cost YOUR DOLLARS GO FARTHER HERE J. H. Marston Phone 162 122 So. Fed. Ave. Business Location- shall be in full force and effect anc shall constitute a binding contracl between the Town of Swaledale Iowa, and Central West Public Service Company when the same shall have been approved by a majority of the electors of said Town voting thereon, and when the provisions hereof shall have been accepted in writing by Central West Public Service Company and such acceptance filed with the Town Clerk. Attest: R. C. TAYLOR, Town Clerk. ' Approved: G. A. EDDY, Mayor. The polls will he open continuously from 8 a. m. to 7 p. m. NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR 'OR RfiNT--14 of storeroom on N. Fed., also part of basement.. 672. Musical Tnstrnments- OR SALE--Haynes Silver Flute. Phone 173. No. 4062. STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as Administrator of tho estate of Matilda Brown, deceased, late of Cerro Gordo county. All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment; and those having claims against tho same will present them duly authenticated to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court. Dated Feb. 26, 1931. CHAS. A. BROWN. Price Biirnquist, Fort Dodge, Iowa, Attorneys. S. H. MacPEAK, Clerk District Court. By Margaret Riley, Deputy NOTICE OF PROBATE OF. WILL In District Court, January Term, 1931. STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. No. 4065 To All Whom It May Concern: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That an Instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament pt G. A. O'Neil, deceased, dated Dec. 8, 1919, having been this day filed, opened and read. Monday, the 30Ui day of March, 1931, ia fixed for hearing proof of same 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 noti- fled and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not be pro- 1. f e wi1? d Â«" owe J ^ and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. S. H. MacPBAK, ,, ,, CIerk of District Court. By-- Margaret Riley, Deputy. ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of Iowa Id and For Cerro Gordo County. Grace R. Stearns, Plaintiff vs. ' Addison H. Stinehart, Frank Stlne- hart and Charles B. Stinehart, Defendants. T V,^ Addlson H - Stinehart ana Charles E. Stinehart, defendants above named: You and each of you are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Iowa, in and for Cerro Gordo County, the petition of the plaintiff above named, demanding judgment and decree against the above named defendants and each of them, decreeing that the plaintiff Â» is the absolute owner la fee simple of the following described real estate, situated in Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, to-wit: Lot Number Five (5), except the Blast 68.75 feet thereof, In Block Number Three (3) Jn A. T. Parker Place, an Addition to Mason City, Iowa, as tho same is laid out and platted on a part of the Northwest Quarter (NWy 4 ) of Section Nine (9), Township Ninety-six (96), Range Twenty (20), West of the Fifth Principal Meridian, Cerro Gordo County, Iowa. You and each of you are further notified that the said petition sets fo ftb.., Uiat the plaintiff acquired said title by virtue of the wil! of her father, Francis M. Stinehart, deceased, and deeds of conveyance from Fannie Wright and Walter B. Wright, her husband, and Avis McKercher, a widow; that the surviving widow of Francis M. Stinehart deceased, Elizabeth Stinehart, otherwise known as Lucy Elizabeth. Stmehart, by her conduct and actions accepted the terms of the will of her said husband, Francis M. Stinehart, In lieu of dower and distributive share, and that the said Elizabeth Stinehart died, intestate, in Detroit, Michigan, on the 3rd day of March, 1930, and alleeea that neither you nor any of the defendants have any right, title, Interest, lien or claim to the real estate above described. M?! 11 ^! Each oc you are further notified that plaintiff claims thafc she gave notice of demand for deed from you, under the terms of Sec- t'on 12289 of the Code of Iowa of 1927, and tendered you $1.25 as provided by said statute, and that you have failed to comply with said demand. Said petition asks further that costs be assessed against you and each of the defendants, includ* Ing a statutory attorney's fee for ?Â£ TM "' s Qttorae y. 'n the sum of For further particulars, see said jetltion.' AND NOW, Unless you appear thereto and defend, on or before noon of the second day of the next term of said court, being the April, 1931, term thereof, which will commence and be held at the Court House in Mason City, Iowa, on the 13th day of April, 1031, default will e entered against you, and judgment and decree entered thereon, ag R. F. CLOUGH, Attorney for the Plaintiff. prayed. Troop 11 Committee Reorganized; DeWitt Appointed Chairman The troop committee of Troop 1, Boy Scout 1 !, sponsored by the VIcKtnley P. T. A., was reorganized it a meeting Monday night in the ffice of the McKinley school. The following men were appointed in the committee: N. T. DeWitt halrman; William F. Carson, sec- etary and treasurer; C. E. Baker, hyslclan; H. L. Leake, activities; 'ercy R. Donaldson, training- the tev. P. W. Pfaitzgraff, chaplain, nd Henry Kerdus, quartermaster, toy Redington is the scoutmaster f thia troop with Carl Mott as aa- istant scoutmaster. This troop Is using its patrols to ut on different demonstrations be- ore the troop. At its meeting thia veek one patrol will put on a 20 minute demonstration of first-aid, fext week another patrol will give 20 minute demonstration on sig- allng. The following week the bird patrol will demonstrate the ompass and the use of the knife and ax. It is the purpose to use these emonstrations as the basis of pass- ng tests and also to give the pa- rols and the patrol leaders an op- ortunlty to work out the scouting rogram. . H. Camelin, 67, Corwith, Succumbs J. H. Camelin, 67 years of age, Corwith resident, died at a local ospltal Tuesday night. He had been n poor health for some time, and' vaa brot to the hospital Feb. 17 for rcatment. He submitted to an oper- tlon but failed to improve. Tha ody hag been taken to Corwith. Â·here funeral services will be held.