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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 25, 1944
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lassified Advertising Information Ki discount if paid at time ot insertion. j% discount .on all classified ads paid within in days ot last insertion Seeds, Feeds 17 FOR SALE--Control oats combined before ralat. Ned M. Jotimon, Gamer. la. Business Opportunities 18 FOR SALE--Grocery store. Including gtoc. itock, beer. yas. and dance hall. Cahalan Croc,. Rockwell P. O., Route 1. APARTMENTS--1. '1, 3, 4 and S rooms. Furn. or unfurn. Sc* J. B Younxblood Houses roe Rent 34 I STRICTLY BUSINESS FOR RENT--6 room modern duplex, close in. Pil. 1031-J. This Is d point type The rates foi Ibis size type are- TABLE OF ECONOMY WANT AD PRICKS J Day 3 Days 6 Days S .30 S -75 $1.32 1.13 1.98 1.50 2.64 1.88 3.30 2.25 Lines Lines Lines Lines Lines Lines Lines Lines .45 .CO .15 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 Help Wonted, Mote 20 WANTED--Married man on farm ny year; sep. house, elec., good wages, extras. Write D-22, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Pin setters. Boyd Bowling Alley, 20'.! East State street. 2.63 3.00 3.38 3.96 4.62 5.28 5.94 WANTED--Man for service station tendant. good wages, Ph. 4553. FOR RENT--I rm. bungalow, 730 10th N. E., $30.00. Ph. 584. Homey Realty. FOR RENT--t room bungalow, Forest Park, J35.00. Oleson, Ph. 1594. Wonted to Buy 56 FOR BENT--3 bedroom duplex, cloie in. Immediate possession. Ph. 404. FOR BENT--5 rm.. partly mod.. *16 mo. SaDn Raizes. TWO MEN for sen* ice station work. Experienced men preferred but not essential. Steady portion, good pay. Pil. 1900 Or 3123-W. his is 10 point type. The '·Qtes for this size type are-- Lines Lines Lines Lines Lines Lines Lines Lines 1 Day 3 Days 6 Days S .40 .60 .80 1.00 1.20 1.40 1.60 1.80 $1.05 1.5B 2.10 2.63 3.15' 3.68 4.20 4.73 SI.92 2.88 3.84 4.80 5.76 6.72 7.68 8.64 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Llnch 1 Day 3 Days 6 Days S .80 S2.25 S4.35 WANTED--Delivery and Apply Sam Raizes. grocery man. WANTED--Married man for farm. Sep. houjfe, no Gazette. milkiits. Write S-2Ti, Globe- FOR RENT--2 rm. partly furn. duplex, $14.00 mo. Gas heat. 16J6 N. Delaware. FOH RENT--6 rm. Forest Park modern bungalow. W. L. Patton, 109 E. State. Houses for Sole 35 WANTED--Single or married man on farm. Write B-2^, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Men, steady defense work, day or ,evening shift. Apply U. S. Employment Office or Stoddard Mfg. Co. Help Wonted. Femate 21 CALL 3800 AND ASK FOR AN AD-TAKER WANTED AT ONCE--Part lime Look- keeper," no shorthand, very liltle lyp- ing. Write S-24, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--30x10 cozy liou^e. ventilated, iii5u)ated and wired. 1 mi. eusl, *s So, of HanloiUown. Spcnvc Aurains, Clear Lake. FOR SALE--1 room house, N. E. section. Modern, $:t,500.00. No phone calls. Manleys. $4.250. 5 flm, mod. bungalow in good condition. Well located. A reasonable price. "W. L Patton. 109 E. State. FOR SALE--I nn. bungalow, modern, nearly new: 4 rm. bungalow, partly modern. Terms. Phone 50B7-W. 'Index to Classified . jreae . . . . . . . lots, for Rent . 33 f musementa . 7 luto Acc'soties ca lutos for Sate 60 luto Trucks .' 61 luto Financing 1'J Ieauty Shops .. 1^ I card, Room . 33 ·us. Locations 30 tus. Op'tunlties IS ·afes - 14 Fard of Tliankff ^ lemeteries . A3 lUeaners, Dyers '.o lottages ... -AS5 Iieatli Notices . 1 ;s. Birds. Pets W :lrica t A^2 amis for Sale 39 'arms for Rent 40 florists - ^ ioods . - 45 funeral DIrectoi 'A 52 ardens A45 elp Wanted. _ Male. Female ^7 telp Wtd.. Malei'O kelp Wanted. fFemale 21 Ueip wtd.. With Mnvcstmeni . 13 Houses (or Sale ^ for Rent ?A i'sehold Goods 54 In aiemoriam.- A2 Instruction 28 Insurance 10 Investment 9 Llvest'k for Sale 42 Location Wtd, A15 Lost. Found .- 6 Lots for-Sale .- 36 Machinery -- 41 Misc. 'or Rent 4U Misc. for Sale 44 Money to Loan 8 Musical Instr... 48 Nursery Stock 47 Office EquipL.- 50 Offices for Rent 49 Optometrists .- 11 Personals 5 Poultry, Eggs - - 55 EXPERT typist. 530 per week. Davenport Office. Muot be strong, fast, caieful worker. Ad vc rtis ing copy w riling c.x - penence valuable. Give experience, education, references, age. Write J-24, Globe- STENOGRAPHER capable permanet position. Good salary. International Har- vfti Icr Co. FOR SALE--7 rm. home to bo moved or talien out. Write K-iO, Globe-Ga- WANTED TO BUY--USED FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS One Piece or a Houseful. Dishes of all kinds, antiques, curtains, drapes, bedding, tools of all kinds, jewelry, good men's and women's clothing. We buy anything you have to sell. We pay cash. -- PHONE 1822 -- . WANTED TO BUY--2 SI. Picker to lit M. tractor, Write B-20. Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Will pay 3c each for copies oC Globe-Gazette home edition of Jan. 12 1944. Leave at Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Good oil burning heater, li R. Snyder. RFD, Rockwell. Ph. 7F107. NOTICE OF Tilt APPOINTMENT OF A D M I N I S T R A T R I X TATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. No. 6086. Notice is Hereby KiveJi. that the under- gned has been duly appointed and quail. ed as Administratrix of the estate of -aura Helen Dunn. Deceased, late of erro Gordo County. All persons indebted o said c£tatc are requested lo make iin- lediate payment: and those having laiins against the same will present them. u!y authenticated, to the undersigned or allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk of t h e District Courl. DOROTHY ANN DUNN. Administratrix E. G. DUNN. Attorney Dated January 15th. 194J. S. H. MncPEAK. ClcrU District Courl By MARGARET RILEY. Deputy Wanted to Rent 57 VANTED TO RENT--160 A. crop farm Richard Manner. Swalcdate. VANTED lo rent or buy on terms Acreage or farm up to BO A. \Vri N-24. Globe-Gazette. S5.000. CLOSE IN mod., woodwork good. 3 beds. Splendid permanent home. W. L. Patton, 109 E. Stale. Sale ar Rent B35 WANT woman for work in. convalescent home. Good wages. Phone Maintenance. Radio Real Estate 15 51 Heal Est. Loans A8 Rooms for Rent 32 Sale or Trade.. 31. Sale or Rent.-BUS Salesladies . . . 24 Salesmen .. . no Seeds. Feeds .. 17 Services Offered aa Situation Wtd. 22 Swap Sen-ice 29 Wanted. Misc... 59 Wtd. to Borrow SB Wanted to Buy 56 Wanted to Rent 57 Wear's Apparel 33 WANTED--Women for refrigerator assembly; steady defense work. ' Day or eve. shift. Apply U. S. Employment Office or Stoddard Mfg. Co. HOMES For Rent or For Sale Also Apartments BARNES AGENCY "Topheavy!" A sales or rental message launched in The Globe-Gazetle Want Ads gets topheavy results. Call 3809. Misc. for Sale 44 208 Foresters Bldg. Tel. 1300 WANTED--Cook. Write Eoo Lunch. Sioux Falls. S. Dak. Services Offered 23 Death Notices KNDEHSON. Mrs. Anna Marie. 73. died 1 at her home, 1531 Pennsylvania N. E.. it 12:15 o'clock Tuesday inorninB. following an illness. Funeral arrangements are Incomplete. The Meyer funeral home in harge. KYAK. Sat. Dennis P.. 2^. was killed in [ an airplane crash at Birmingham. Ala.. tTutftiday. Funeral services will be I'.eld fVedneiday at 9:30 a. ni.. at SI. Joseph's Catholic church, with Father P. J. Ee- in officiating. Tlic Rosary will be said ,,. z o'clock at the Meyer funeral home iue c dav cvenine. The Knights ot colum- wlll say the Bosarj- Tuesday at m. Burial vill be at St.. Joseph's batholic: cemetery. Tlie Meyer iuneral ·Lome in charge. RADIO REFRIGERATOR WASHER REPAIRING Reasonuble Prices, Quick Service. Gambles Service Dept. 10 Fourth St; N. E. Phone 1053 Acreage 37 FOR SAL.E--Acreage. Modern imp. -\~ A. Tel. «!. Chas. F. Pinckney. FOR SALE--Aero lot ^6. Winnebaao His.. also fine house trailer, electricity. Inquire 123 So. Jackson. JUST RECEIVED SEVERAL, BARRELS OF GREENMELT- contains a blend of your uereal grass and blended ill pure buttermilk. A semi-solid lorm and especially good lor poultry and hogs, Ward's Farm Store Musical Instruments. 4! HIT RECORDS-- "Sesame Mucho," "Ms Ideal." "For the First Time." "Surr \Vitli the KrEiisc oil Top." "My Hear Tells Me." "I Didn't Sleep a Wink Las Night:" also 500 used received to es Heed Music Co. WANTED TO RENT--S or 6 room mod ern house. 719 Kim Drive. Autos for Sole 60 ONE WHOLE BLOCK OF USED CARS TO CHOOSE FROM ZENORS KOR AUTOMOBILES LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OP THE APPOINTMENT OF A D M I N I S T R A T R I X STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Cordo Coimly, SS. No. 6035. Notice is hereby given, that the underpinned has been duly appointed and qualified us Administratrix ot ttie estate of Emily M. Buck. Deceased, late of Cono Gordo County. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to m a k e ~ i m inediale payment: and tliosu Jiavhif claims against the same will prcscn them, duly authenticated, to t h e under signed for allowance, atid file in the of fice of the Clferk or ihe District Court' ESTHER SWKIGEH. Admimstralrft, VEHNE A. METTLER, Attorney Dated January 15th. 1944. S. H. MacPEAK. Clerk District Coiir By AIARGA21ET Rli-EY, Deput :ucsday, Jan. 25. 1941 13 JASON CITY fJLOBE-OAZETTE FOR SALE--2 A. with j nn. house and out bldgs., SGQQ cash, at J539 No. Car. Pli. 3S28-W or Call at 428 27 St. S. \V. OR SALE--HE. Lump coal, S3-6U ion. SU value; Anti-Soot Nul, S8.65. Holds tire ·eJI: Jnd. Lump, burns nicely, lio clinkers. $8.95. Ph. Louis Sivehla. 409 Forms for Sole FOK SALE,--Well imp. 80 A. in Cerro Gordo Co. Mar. 1 pas. Call T!tn Phalcn. POSITION as boorikceper. typist or comptometer, IVi yrs. ex p., ref., college firad. Prefer Hampton. Write B-25, Globc-Ga zctte. WANTED--Housekeeping in motherless home. Write K-25, Globe-Gazette. . j Funeral Directors llEYEH Funeral Home. A beautiful service need not be costly. Ambulance §crvicc Ptione 1505 . PATTERSON Funeral Home. Known tor I service Ambulance. 322 North Wash- Phone 1140. P^ncral home, 209 Second N. Ei. Efficient Service plus Reverence Am- Phone 511 WANT to care for children for working mothers. 18^ South. Adams. Kay's Kiddie Kate. We repair all makes of SEWING MACHINES Reasonable charges for Guaranteed Service. Currie-Van Ness Co. FOR SALE--Improved 1GO A. estate, must he sold this \veck. Terms. Pos. Mar. 1. A. R. Jorgenson. 116!ls Ko. Fed. F O R SALE--160. w e n Improved a c . 6 mi. N. E. Clear Lake. Frank Mc- Guirc. Ph. H-F3. FOR SALE Well improved 160 in Palo Alto County near town and school on paved road, electric lights, possession March 1st. Price $125.00 pel acre. 320 well improved. H a n c o c k ounty, possession S110.00. 10 improved, Winnebago County Possession $9500.00. N. T. THURSTON FOREST CITY, IOWA BlcAULEY and Son Funeral Home. Com^ plete service Day and NIchL 8 South Idams- Phone 651 Personals \vish«s ride to Los Angeles. Cat.-, : fore part of Feb. Ph. 5073-W. i RELIEVE backache, fatigue, call your Spencer Corsctierc, Ph, 5114-W. Spring Guitar Classes OPENING FEB. 1st Introducing Cleo Pyle Guitar Soloist and Teacher Phone 729 for Appointment WANTED--Carpenter work, all fcir Floor laying and sanding. D*sen Bros,. Ph. 1G72 or 1313-J. Lost, Found T-- Child's dress on :re=igc :i3c Store. Ph. street or in OK SALE--Farm. 120 A., best hup rover Must be seen to appreciate. Alvi Kueh n. Sr.. G raft on. lo wa. FARM BARGAINS-- A largo lisl ch oosc from T. W- GHpin. Northwooc la. OR SALE--Heavy duty. 4-wheeV trailer. Complete with box, El. R. Nickerson. Clear Lake. Ph. 29F21. "Oft SAI-E--Antique car. or will trade for stamp collection. AUo want old _ ire arms ^nd Edison diamond point cabinet phonograph. Write T-25, Globe- Jazetle. 'OR SALE--Wood. $5.50 per ton timber. Hickory fire place wood at 5Qc per 100 Ibs. del. Ph. 52 on 10 at Floyd la. Clyde Stevens. TOR SALE--Two portable hog houses 8x18', new last spring, plank floors Write L-25. Glob« -Gazette. FOR SALE--Ladies' dresses and blousu all sizes..Also electric roaster. 112 No r -- One horsehide mitten by G-G :arrier. Reiurn to Globe-Gazette. TRUCKING SERVICE Livestock, Grain, Etc. CALL SLIM AT FEED-LOT . SERVICE. 14 N. Delaware PHONE 873 LET ME Help with your Income Tax. Mose Richer. 11S2 or 3«9 evenings. . Possession March 1 st Imp. 200 A. nr Dougherty ?2000.QO dwn Imp. 100 A. nr Floyd 1500.00 dwn Imp. 190 A. nrSt. Aiisgar 2500.00 dwn Imp. 160 A. m Kensctt 2000.00 dwn Imp. 180 A. nr Charles City ' 2500 dwn Imp. 296 A. nr Mason City · 2500.00 dwn jow interest. Long terms on bal. H. G. CRUMP, Field Rep. 308 Burden St., Clear Lake, lo\va CLOSING OUT LARGE STOCK OF-MEN'S All Wool Mackinaws NEW SHIPMENT OF Clothes" Racks and Clothes Hampers Just Received joodnch Silvertown Stove OR SALE--Piano, sood cond. Baclirnan. Dougherty, Iowa. Clin Wearing Apparel 53 CASH PAID FOR CLEAN USED CARS-- ' ANY MAKE OR MODEL HART MOTORS, Inc. 120 NORTH DELAWARE PHONE 980 FOR SALE--1U35 Chrysler sedan, cooci condition. Priced lo sell quick. (i36 E. State. Ph. 4230. M. V. Davenport. SHOE SKATES Just received a few pair o£ slightly used skates. Well known brands. Coast to Coast Store Wffl Buy Your Used Car FOR CASH Any Make OP Model. John Gallagher, Inc. Phone 1004 116 S. Delaware Ave. FOR SALE--Brown lur coat, size reasonable. Pli. 27CO. Household Goods 54 Auto Trucks 61 RADIATORS cleaned, [endow straightened, wheels balanced and aliened. Birum-Olson Company GRAND, PETIT JURORS DRAWN Ready for Opening of February Term of Court Clarion--The Wright count; district court will open Feb. 7 with the lion. H. E. Fry presiding. The grand jury has been called to report for duty Feb. 8 and tho petit jury will meet Feb. H. The members of the grand jury are Charles Studebaker, Belmond; Howard Box. Rowan; Ivan Olseth, Belmond: airs. A. S. Chapman, Woolstock; W. J. Dawson. Clarion; John McCulcheon, Goldfield: Ole S. Olson, Clarion; Harry McElroy, Eagle Gorve; H. P. Root, Dows; O. A. Overbaugh. Goldfield; Thomas Wagner, Eagle Grove; and \V.' A. Hodgson, Eagle Grove. Members oC the petit jury are Rosalie Rohrback, Clarion: Louise Leary. Belmond: Mary McPeak, Itemvick: Harold Farmer. Eagle Grove: W. .1. Henry, Clarion; Edith Weideman, Dows; Andrew Itolland, Eagle Grove; Florence 1'ehl, Clarion; Ruth Frakes. Eagle Grove; Leo Veeder, Belmond; Bonne Taylor. Clarion; Norman Fisher, Eagle Grove; Pearl Lamb, Belmond. Eva Butler,, Dows; Fred Graves, Clarion: Leonard Knllestad. Belmond; Maye Ramer. Eagle Grove; o'clock p. .M.. or the day above men-1 Dale Hauge, Belmond: Cora tionecl all J j e r s o n s interested arc hereby Thnrvicnn T ^ - t n m i f l v i * T i m l l o notified and required to appear, and show Inomson, h.anawlu, Luella cause. i£ any they have, why said instm- Obson. Dows; Margaret MeMlI- meiil should not be probated and allowed lall Clarion' Ed Tokheim, Eagle or slik! Je'ccaie'd lMl W "' a " d Tcsta " lmt Grove; Viola Dempsey, Belmond; Dated a t * Mason City. Iowa. January Frank Gray, Eagle Grove; A. B. I'h. IOM. · Evickson, Kanawlia; C. P. Bruhl, S. H. .MacPEAK, Clerk of District Court pl-ivion- TnliTi C" TUniv*in P n l H By MARGARET RILEY. Deputy V i , ' ,? 'V- ,, , rT : field; A. W. Graffenders, Blairsburg; Ray Deimerly, Clarion; PUBLIC NOTICI: ' - lice is hereby give Kill on Ihe 3tii Hay ot February'. I Goldfield; Mrs. i. in Room 21G. Mason ciiy n[j,h Williams: Beatrice Kastler, Clar- School. conduct examinations for tile I - . T^ r- i r~i rno.c cl cletcrmmhis the qualification lon : Acia Reynolds, Eagle Grove. Henry Stecnblock, Belmond; Ruth Larson, Belmond: W. H. Langhlin, Sr., Dows: William N. NOTICE OF PRORATE OF WII.I* STATE OF IOWA. Cent) Gordo County. ss. hi District Court, No, GUM. January Term. 1944. To all whom it may concern: You are liercby notified, that an instrument of UTitini; jmrporlniE lo be tlic last Will and Testament ot George O. Farrer. Deceased, dated May 1st. 1930. having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday tliu 7th day ot February, 19-». is fixed for hearing proof of same at ttie Court House in Mason City* Iowa, liofore the District Court ot said County. nr tho Clerk of said. Court; and at 2:00 Hazel Johnson, Auto Accessories 62 )--Broivn male terrier on Conn.- State comer. Phone S577-J. T--Coin purse and money in Cerro iGordo Hotel tcl. booth. Ph. C46; reward. Money to Loon letter Borrow at a Bank PERSONAL LOAN 7 DEPT. Fust National Bank Come First to the First MIRRORS resilvered. Factors' process. Guaranteed Mackcts. Phone 7S2 Expert Tire Recapping and Repair Service Pritchard Motor Co. 202 FIRST ST. S. E Help Wtd., Male, Female 27 isrl! the iit ilairj Lthe 30t SS. oun ae it ice CASH LOANS When You Need Cash 'OU DON'T WANT RED TAPE! L * [Through our Personal Loan Serv- ce. you can get money WHEN NEED IT/ Prompt, Courte- Dignified. Jnited Financial Service Family Finance Counselors 15% North Federal 3ver Ford Hopkins Drug Store |Don't Cash War Bonds 30 - EMERGENCY LOANS - S300 LOW COST. QUICK SERVICE Established 20 Years STOCK CLERK YOUiNG MAN OR WOMAN WITH SOME STOCK ROOM EXPERIENCE preferably automotive. This is a real opportunity for the right person. See MR. HART HART MOTORS, Inc. F' 120 Noi-th Delaware Phone 980 FOR SALE--IdO A. finest large complete bidgs.. elec. light. - near Albert Lea. Minn, 535 A. Possession. 1 BO A. finest uno. large nearly new blilgs-. c!cc lighls. 97.50 A. Possession. Big Msl- Lewis sc. Albert Lea. Minn. Forms for Rent FOK KENT--One large or two small livestock farms. Bring references. Ph. 11?* Machinery 41 FOR SALE--Tractor. F-I4. on itccl will cultivator. " Absolutely A-l condition Write N-2.% Globc-G.ilCttc. OR SALE--Clean 'CO Ford Pickup, good tires; wheel clia i r; 1 resist ercd I Icre- 'ord bull. 2 years old. Nick Sch mil t, ti niles caM. i milt? south of Rockford, la. FOR SALE Studio couch, 3 end tables, coffee able, knecholc desk. Duncan ?hyfc tnble, G chairs, rugs, oucfir sional chah% girl's bicycle. 222 N. Jefferson, Apt 2 PHONE 2783-J FOR SALE--2-\vhccI trailer. Phone '23 FOR SALE--10 tons good timothy hay in barn. E. C. Frazier, i mi. N. Rbckv/cll. Iowa, on ti5. STUELAND'S SALE ENDS JAN. 2J Closing out a large group of pictures and figurines retailing as high as SO.OO, at $1.00 each. 221 North Federal T O N I T E Furniture Auction Tuesday Nite, Jan. 25 1515 South Federal 7:30 P. M. AT AUCTION HOUSE Complete furnishing of lop furniture from 5 room house. If you have furniture or anything to sell Phone 1822. Col. J. B. Lane, Auct. --SALE TONITE-- Your Tractor with . . of applicants for the tallowing position: | C h i e f -- M a s o n City FIrr Said e.snniinatious will commence at 7:00 o'clock p. in. and continue for three il 11 ,, inations will hp hold in accordance I m n n d ' with the rules adopted by the Civil Sei v- ' Daled this 2-itli at Mason City. K CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION OP MASON CITY. IOWA By K. E. JOHNSON. J l s Ctiainnan ALLSTATE Rink, Clarion; Loona Koehn, hours after I'eceLpt of niesiions.'TiiJ"ex-j Eagle Grove; C. C. Woodin, Bel, . . . . . . . . jr rs Ralph Robinson, Dows; O. O. Rowland, Clarion; lay of January. 1944. | Avoncllc Paine, Eagle Grove; Frank Anderson, Goldfield; Myrtle Bethel. Eagle Grove; Frank Derkas. Woolstock; Hattie Warner, Eagle Grove; Earl Anderson, Goldfield; Rowan. FOR SALE--Kitchen cabinet. S20; ward- 3bc trunk. S15: 2 burner Perfection stove. S10; oil burnine. heater for 4 nns., 315; all like new. Mrs. Bill Ryan. Manly. FOR SALE--Maytag street S. W. ivashcr. 122 Clh FOR SALE--Baliy lied at 612 S. Pcnn, FOR SALE--Living room suite; d n v c n - jjort nnd cliair. Ijolh in good cond- Call and sec it at 1-WJC 2nd S. K. FOK SALE--Roper fcas range. Call at 07 E!m Drive, evenings. AUTHORIZED Mayiag service Ccrro Gordo Maytag Co- 411 N Fed Pn 20G7. SPECIALIZED May lac service. wH rolls. Phone 162, 3Q'l S Monroe FOR SALE--F-12 Fnrmall tractor, power lift cultivator, 2-12 Little Genius tractor plow. All i» excellent shape*. C. Geycr, phone 39-J11. 3 mi. So. on 63, HOG OIL Helps to prevent mange and keeps your hogs healthy. 79c per gallon in your container. Ward's Farm Store FOR SALE--3 Maytafi engines. 1 Brings. All like new. Cerro Gordo Maytas Co.. Ph. 206T. 411 N. Fed. Livestock for Sale 42 FOR SALE-- Hereford heifer to freshen soon. G J. Narvlson. :! mi. S. W. WANTED--Men and women. Mason'City Tent Awning. Appls" in person. Swop Service SWAP--115 laying New Hamp. Hed hens for washing machine. Write D-25, Globe-Gazette. SECURITY LOAN CO. _ SWAP--Clover hay for Bills or young caulc. Write KN-25. Globc-GazcUC. Sole or Trade 31 FOR SALE or will tratlc for livestock. aicCormick-Decrinn rnilkinR macninc; aTso Lett« roughage mill and grindct. Lloyd Ame.". Swalcdale. Toiva. Rooms for Rent 32 . M. SIMON. Met Phone 413 loom 321 firs: Kail Bid-.-. Optometrists 1 1 *OOR cyesiRht lowers yonr child's efficiency. Sec ; Ir. Knutson. Opt.. Weir 51dg. Chiropractor! At 1 dEALTIl through normal nerve function Dr. R. J and Dr Lucy C Garner. 06 North Federal. FOR RENT-- A large, attractive slc*pins room. 807 N. Washington. FOR RENT -- Clean. ~t£c. fum. hsekceplnj? rm., M.50 wk. 311 2nd N. E. Ph. 28*5. FOR RENT-- Sleeplne rooms. 213 5th N W. Ph. 2844. Apti. for Rent 33 FOH RENT-- 4 rm. heated duplex, ground fioor. Sec J. B. Younsblood. FOR RENT -- Nicely Turn. nn?.. apt., close FOEl SALE--1 team sorrels, well matched. 4 and .1 yrp. old. Broke and gentle. James Krai]. 1 mi. So. and 3 mi. wcj,l of RockvvcU. FOR SALE--Due to ill health, my high grade Holstein cows and heifers, mostly fresh, calves at side: 3 heavy Epringers- 2 \ i m. So, of Dougherty, IR. J. E. Cowlcy. FOR SALE--Spotted Poland CliLnn stock hog. Irving A«hland t I'.j mi. So., 1 tnt cast. Rock Falls. FOR SALE--27 cood ewes. Ph. 3617. FOR SALE--A sood Spotted Poland Chinn boar, B. W. Broers. Ph. 13G-J2. FOR SALE--Guernsey cow? and heifers, John Dccrc cndgnte seeder. DC Lava! cream separator. E. P. Ahrcns. 0 miles cast, 4'i rnMes north of Rudd. FOR SALE--Pure bred Brown Swiss bul with papers. 20 mo. old. \Vm. Bralt Clear Lake. Ph. 5-F2. . Foods 45 CHURNS ... 98 C Currie-Van Ness Co. TIRES HI-BAR STYLE · Combination lug bar type tread for rear wheels. · Self cleaning. · Will grip in any soil ami under any condition. · Deeper longer wearing. · Heavier. · Farm tested tinder agricultural school supervision. · Combination bead construction for use on cither conventional or wide base rims. MOST SIZES AVAILABLE 9,00-36 -- 4 Ply $49.65 1000-36 -- 6 Ply $66.61 1125-28 -- 6 Ply $64.53 p edplu T Q ALLSTATE TRACTOR TIRE ARE GUARANTEED SEARS, ROEBUCK and CO. 23 E. State Phone 80 Plus Fed. Ta NOTICE OK TIIF. APPOINTMENT OF HXECL'TRICES FATE OK IOWA. Cerro Gordo County. , Notice' thereby civei. thnt Ihe under- Land Com Kneel hn.s hcen duly appointed and u.-ilifiert as Exeeutrices of the estate of -els II. Nelson. Deceased, late o[ Cerro ordn County. All persons indebted to -lid eciaie are- requested to make tni- Lcland J o h n s o n , C 1 f O 0316 Ot Z i Clarion -- The Sheldon company r w , uly undersigned, m tiie undersigned properties: The Kcllmg farm north r .illcm-iince.'.inil file in Ihe office of of GokUicUI. owned by the Equi- t;lblc Assurance Society ot United AJNKA ^lAROARET NELSON and I lllu11 - *··""-" «*^ *jv^t.*.j wi UIUL^VI YENSENE FEDEnsoN. Execuiriccs Stales, has been purchased by Ray T.. c. MOODY. Attorney I Bailey of Davenport. Mr. Kelling will continue to operate the farm. If. E. Doty has purchased the Darland acreage in southeast Clarion and has already taken possession. Lee Martin, who formerly occupied tho place, has purchased a home in northwest Clarion. Nr.ra Springs. :own Dated January :Msl. I!U4. S. II. MacPEAK. Clerk Dislrlcl Court By .MARGARET niLEY. Dcpuly Raymond Pinta, Manly, (s Given Advancement Washington. ') -- The cle- liarlinent Tuesday announced pro- for lowans which in- motions eluded: Second lieutenant to lieutenant --Raymond J. Pinta, Manly. HEADS UTILITIES GROUP DCS Moinus. JP)--B. P. Pickard, Dubutiue, was elected president of the Iowa Utilities association to succeed George A. Neal, Sioux City, at the annual January meeting here Monday. 1-Gal. GLASS DASHER CHURNS. Complete . . . Poultry, Eggs CHICK"RAISERS' 55 UP lo 50 per ccnl savings on new used auto, truck nud tractor parts Ma orders promptly filled Cnazcn's Auto Parts. 1721 North Federal. Phone 37:1 LEMONS, 12 for .ETTUCE. Large Head 12 C 24 CELERY, 2 Stalks CABBAGE, California, Pound ARHOTS, Bunch j Don't risk being disappointed c | again tins year. Shipping conditions are xvorsc Umn evci' before. Order your chicks now and get them \vlicn you want them. We hatch all our own chicks. SPINACH, Pound RADISHES, 3 Bunches Soup CELERY, Bunch Fresh -J Ac BEETS. B c h . l U PEPPERS California CARROTS, Pound 10 C 5 e . Sweet 1 A lv 10 ONIONS YAMS, 3 Ibs.. . Mason City Hatchery 1201 Fourth St. S. W. Ph. 2041 FOR SALE--~0 White Rock and Leghorn pullet?: 1 Coronado cookstovc; 1 Estate oil hunicr. Call 7FO. ALL STATE TIRES Grade I. Slightly blemished. 473 x 19 S10.:tfi 550 x 17 I2.i)ll 600 x 16 · 1.1.8!) Joe Daniels Auto Supply 121 N". Delaware. Opt. PoMoHicc. Pli. .'TO XVINDSIIIELDS. \virwlo\VRlassCJ.. cti nels. rcRnl-ilors; new or u^ircl. We stall cht-.Tp. S. St U. Wolf, f.lG S. Fctl, Phone ^292. FOR SALE--200 bales stack straw. 23 Minorca yearling hens, Seth Cheney, Nora Springs. FOB SALE--Six cows and two heifers. Shorthorns, to freshen soon. Five pedigreed. H. Jahdc, :Hi ml. S. StacyviUc. la. FOH SALE--Spotted Folnnd brood so\vs t bo;»r. Art Graltlditc. J TT'. S.. I ' a W.. Clear bake. Ph. I7F12. Radio 16 |ron SALE--Philco radio. 12 lube. Console type. Ph. 3000. Seeds, Feeds 17 | "ONTROL Seeo Oats for sale Germination M'i . purity 99'e Truck loaa irdeni dom-creo tn the state Bun i;rjln ~o.. Clarion. lo\va. FOR RENT--! rra. N. Fed. Ph. 2023. 1st floor apt. I FOR SALE--3 bulls, black, red and pure bred Holstein. serviceable ape. AUo ·omc younp feeding cattle. L- V. Nav- ratcl, 2 mi N. of Plymouth. FOR RENT--2 or 3 rm. 1st dr.. unfnrn. or partly {urn. apt. Oak finish. 2 large clothes closets, prl. bath. auto, neau hot water, phone, elec. fum. Ph. -(09.T.W beforp noon. FOR RENT -3 rrn. apl Watct. neat. gas. lilihte furn. Call NcibcrgaU Brov 8 Ib. Mesh Bay J RUTABAGAS, 6 Pounds ORANGES, California, 12 for HICKORY NUTS, 2 Pounds OLEOMARGARINE, Allsweet, Pound Pure Cane SYRUP, \' 2 Gallon Evaporated OQ C Block SALT. Bag 0*» SALT. Ea. COOKIES, Fancy, Pound . . . . Open Afternoons From 32:30 to 6 FOR SALE--IS head purebred Spotted Poland China sows. ; to farrow on March 20th. 10 to farrow In April. E. C. Frailer, 2 ml. N. Rocltwcll. la,, on $5. Dogs, Birds, Pets 43 FOR SALE--Fox Terrier puppies. Ph, house from chicks lo light control. Iowa Master Breeders LOOK *"* [ W i t h one stop, you can bu; every- OC C ! thing you need for your brooder 22 e 29 C 29 C S-l 14 49 C 19 C Wonted ro Buy 56 WILL pay SI each for 2 \Vorld War No. 1 gas mask hags. Call 911 N. Del. EARL'S F r u i t Market WANTED TO BUY--Kiirniuire. stoves, shoes, clothing, tool-;, pas and electric imoiors .=liot guiv. rifle*, shells. We bu.v, ell. trade. B i O Excl!.. 1310 N. Fed WANTED TO BUY--2^ steel grain arators. Any make or Doyle, Lawlcr, Iowa. · tzc. Martin O S. GOVERNMENT WANTS FEATHERS--Nc\v and old duck, tfcesc feathers, featherbcdg, pillows, etc Ship or write the STERLING FEATHER CO_ 907 M Broadway. SI Louis. Mo WE pay htchext orrces for second hanc u can atbo trade vour old o -ec us ucfort you Eurnilurr [or ncv\ l:ui 1607-1609 South Federal Ave. (buy. Jo« Go*». 212 Soum Federal. Lodge Notices Benevolence Lodge No 145 ? A. K s. *,. M. K, Scliciol of Inst. Jan. 25, !fi. 27. *1 J ? Sccunil Desrcc Weil.. Third '\y N Decree Thur.-.. 7:M p. m. KEN VVAUGHTAU W M · 13 E Slate St Phone *?G5 DON D G1LUKR1. Sccrclary Firs' si s E Phone :TOO Hardina Lodge No. 649 ~ r Regional Scliool of Jnsimctton Jnnunry 2-". 2K, UT first Oecrrc. Tucs. Kvc., 7 :'.'M H C. ARVIDSOK. W M 221 Third SI N. \V Ptionc 'JJ43-\v C C I1ALPHIUZL Secretary 10:i N Adams Avenue Phone 16B5 Mason City Lodqe No 224 t. O O. F. Lodse meets every Tucs. ntght at 8 o'clock Work in Second Decree Tuesday. Jan. 2-" GUY AXGELL. Noble Grand W A V J I A N CLOSSON. Rccordinc Sce'y Phone -t4G7 S'TOW.NSHIPS OVER TOT G a r n e r--Concord ;mti Twii Lake townsliips were the first to report over Ihc top subscriptions, in Ihc Hh war loan drive, according to Orville Mabcu, township finance chairman for the east hal of the county. Twin Lake had sub scriptions totaling over $42.00i with a (ew reports yet to come in and Concord township totalci slightly more than $40,000. tancc to get some help in tilling out his Backstage in Iowa Politics Democrats to Gather Feb. 26 for $25 a Plate Dinner; Subject Is Jackson But F. R. Will Be Discussed By PAUL K. BUMBARGER (Io\va Daily Press Writer) DPS Moincs. (IDPA)--Democrats, whose loyalty to party transcends ;my reluctance to part with S25 for a meal, will gather Feb 2(i for the animal Jackson Day dinner. Stale Democratic Chairman .lake More hopes for about 700, or rather about S 17.500 worth of 'em. He doesn't make any bones about the banquet objective of raising money for the party's campaign chest. He isn't averse cither to (iisclosin:; the 1'ood won't be worth the freight. Emphasis at this year's lOlli a n n u a l feast will be uuon non- rationed foods but Jake promises something more t h a n a peanut butter sandwich. "About a S2 meal,'' he says F. D. U. MAIN TOPIC--AHhoiiKh the speaker has not been announced, it is safe to predict tliat he will talk more about a fellow with initials of K. D. H. than of the man whose name the dinner bears. For the benefit of those who'd like a line on this almost forgotten man--Andrew Jackson was a southerner who fought several duels, killing a man in one of 'cm: a general and former president who bore the nickname "Old Hickory:" his soldiers whipped the tar out of Indians and British alike. As you may suspect he also was a democrat. THROUGH BY WEEKEND--Despite otlds against predicting what 158 men will do. an increasing number of capitol observers forecast the legislature will finisili Saturday and confine ilself lo soldier voting legislation. Because thej 1 have liltle at stake, democrats are expected to champion a wide-open session, protesting any limitations of agenda by republicans. Resolutions introduced at the session are expected to keep the political pot boiling. Eight newly elected legislators will have a present of election certificates awaiting them t Ihe executive council office when they arrive. THOROUGH INVESTIGATION--AH outward signs point toward thorough and rather lengthy inquiry into conditions at Anamosa cformatory. R. w. Nebergall now in his 6th year as chief of the owa bureau of criminal investigation who is irt'tharge of the probe, as won a reputation for thoroughness. William F. McFarlin, assist- nt attorney general assisting him. is a young lawyer possessed of teen mind. Nebergall is all ears and no tongue at the moment and there has been no leaks of information about the investigation's progress. That locsn't bnn speculation and capitol gucssers predict Warden, Foss Davis will remain but a flock of "should have doncs'' and "should c doncs' 1 will be advanced. PUNCH LINE--Whatever may be said for or against Davis--the owa State Sheriff^' association praises his administration highly-- ic gave future commencement speakers a "horrible example" punch inc in writing about a guard during an escape: "He is the type of individual who has- to be told what lo do. No one told him. so he didn't do anything"' PERSISTENCE VS. TENACITY--Senator Guy M. Gillette is a perisistent man. President Roosevelt likes to have his way, too. So observers believe the senator's plea for presidential reconsideration of the age barrier in the way of appointment of District Attorney T. E. Diamond. fi7. Sheldon, for northern Iowa federal judge will be rejected. District Judge Henry N. Graven. 50. Mason City, whom Gilletle also recommended, is one of ·! men reported in line for the job since November, despite cold water dashed upon the talk by National Commitlecman Frank Comfoit. BITS--Gerald Swisher, Iowa Sheriff editor, received n surprise in the mail a day after undergoing a major operation . . . It was a card from his draft board asking him to report for a physical . . . Ed Birmingham, Iowa collector of internal revenue, has been in Washington . . . Some federal taxpayers confused by complexity of; tax forms are mean enough to suspect he traveled all that dis- Capitol wags suggest R. J. Nelson, Council Bluffs barbecue stand operator, might bag a lot ot votes by coming out strong lor a good 10-ccnt hamburger.

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