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1g Thursday, Feb. 3, 1914 MASON CfTY^GLOBE-GAZETTE CHICKEN ON TOAST Chicken shortcake piled on toast triangles makes second-run chicken taste like a premier feature. STATE 70 TI1JL C:0tt - EVE. nS c Fltis Tax £i I -ENDS SATURDAY tther sliced or chopped chicken i lay be alternated with the toast nd served with a hot mushroom oup sauce. FROM EGGS TO BONDS Mrs. Ross Wallace of Beaman .as made a good profit in "egg money" this past year. She recent- y purchased $1,000 worth of gov- Tnraent bonds in the current 4th Var Loan drive. She reported ;he has saved the money from the ale'of eggs during 1943, after deducting household grocery bills. I 19,000 Hogs Are Unsold Ancient Greeks established their capital, Athens, 5 miles inland as )rotectton against the pirate-in- lested sea. FED STEERS ARE UP 25 GENTS P ^ ^ J ENDS THUBSDAY . "UNION PACIFIC" "COLLEGE §}VING" FRIDAY - SATURDAY BETTYjEnODES DONA DRAKE SALUTE FOR THREE" C11APTER 2 t'DON \VENSLOW OF THE COAST GUARD" AND THE BANDIT EXTRA ADDED--CUAPT. ·TVinslowxJf the Coast Guard" PIAJS CAHTOON NEW POLICY--NEW SHOW ON SON.. WED., fKi. DANCE FRIDAY Malek's Accordion Band FLUS WEST EUN CO-HIT "THE SAINT MEETS THE TIGER" with HUGH SINCLAIR LYNN KERNS SAT. LAST TIMES FKI. G E O R G E OLSEN and His Orchestra "Everybody Knows Olsen" A Pioneer in the "Name" Band Business and Still a Sensation Mat. 21c -, Eve. 30c - Plus Tax START SAT. "THE MAN FROM DOWN UNDER" Charles Langhton J 'Hands Across Border" ROY ROGERS Scandinavian Accordion Band FrL, Don Erickson Sat., Don Strickland Sun. STARTS THURSDAY Swine Trade Slow on Weights Over 250 Lbs. Midwest Livestock (THURSDAY'S PRICES) LOST -- Garnet Ph. 1230. Albert Lea aiinn. Trend Good Butchers-- bteady 140-150 IDS. '.' » »·»" 150-160 Its. - · · · »IO.TO 160-170 Ibs »U.1B 170-180 Ibs »11.7? arrivals'pi 15,000 hogs in addition to the sun- ibs. J13.M ply already on hand from Wed- 210-250 ibs. »;3.«° nesday, resulted in another large f^Wjj {£· ;;;-;;;--;;;;;;; J£« holdover Thursday. Fed. steers 330-350 IDS .-...$12.8.1 and yaarlings gained 25 cents with 300-330 ibs i.... 31:1.40 medium and good grades showing fe, . s n l o the most upturn. Early sales of 500.330 i bs . .; lambs were up 15 cents. P 3 ""!*? !£ s Despite the efforts ol the hog gwoo ita. marketing committee to hold re- 450-500 ibs. ceipts within- slaughter require-1500-550 Ibs. SU.M ments local killers have curtailed hog buying, supplies have accum- lated in first hands this week and indications were that about 19.000 lead would remain unsold at the Austin. Minn. Steady S Sl.tiO 110.60 sn.10 $11.60 JU.20 113.40 $13.40 $13.40 SI 3.40 S 13.40 ! 13.40 S12.90 J11.70 . S1I.10 111.70 SU.70 $11.60 $11.50 111.50 S12.00 $12.70 S13.45 SU.45 S13.43 ' $13.45 513.45 513.45 J1290 111.73 S11.75 SU.7S S11.65 ·1135 $11.45 Local Livestock '--For Thursday STOCK ISSUES end of 'Thursday's session. Weights I Go^dTght u E nu ......... MO-JSO * a.soi OIICCCD I H O O C C ss? SUFFtR LOSStS EarlyAttemptfor brought the top of 513.75, most weights over 250 pounds went unsold. (WF A)--Salable hogs 15,000; I Good packing .... total 25,000; steady on all weights | Good sows ,... and sows, very slow on weights g£» »TM| ""I":" over 250 pounds, bulk such Good sows ^ _ _ ~ " " ' | Good sows 300"to 330 pounds 513.75 the top; 170 to 190 pounds $12.75 to S13.G5; I hi'j«.~ JACOB E. "DECKEB * SONS. few 150 to 160 pounds $12.25 to | . CATTLE . w Reroverv Unsuccessful 210-300 «3.« IXCCOVery unbULCebMUl 300^30 S13.M ^ med wt. butchers med. ML butchers Good raed. wt. butchers ' SS^SoSi'^o Neiv York » W)--Profit taking aoolj.TM In'TM 1 in the rails and selling elsewhere tan-yea ni.n put a fair-sized dent in Thursday's JS^S Sim stock market .after v early at,,, ,,,, So-5bo«LSO tempt at selective recovery failed Doe lo e«essl»B ran «t boj», vim* to follow through. - ir«rine «nj | p r j ces generally suffered thei sharpest tumble after noon anc By GENE AHERN iOAKD AND ROOM I TS.EKSRNIZE ^ ,--- r FAT' AtJD 'SU/A--BEELER./ TAUi ABOUT THIEVES, THE BOrm OF-iOU COULD MUFFLE AMD STEAL THE V/HlffTLE OrF= A FACTORY V/HILE IT WAS BLOWING NOOM U U S C H / \ i OUT IM VQUP- THEY USED TO GIVE. A HORSE ANt CATTLE THIEVES THE OLD HEMP HOIST.- -WELL, W13TEE-, WE DONT WAIT FOR.A, JUW TRIAL. ABOUND HERE,V/TTH OOOH THIEVES ' RANGE RUSTUER. Funeral Directors " e r a l Home. A" beiulUul.l «ervice need not lw tostly. Ambulance · sen-ice. Phone 1505.. :".'. ·..-·:· :p' ?erionali ' SPENCER CORSETIE^E. · Phone lor ap-'J pointment, 5114-W evenings. '* Lost. Found · ' ' ring. Liberal reward. STRAYED--Spotted Poland-China boar, wt. 300. Return 4 miles East Gamer, i $5.00 reward. Elijah Feroiinger. LOST--Gold pin with white stone, Mon- 'I day, Jan. 24, between Hanford 'and r Cecil theater. 310 reward for return of I same to manager Cecil Theater. ' Money to Loan 8 ... il2.30-l3.50 ... ... S B.OJ- 9.50 ... S 8.50- 9.00 ... s 8.00 .... S 9.00-10.00 SS.OO- 9.00 S 7.008.00 .... 9 6.00- 1.00 .... S 5.00-6.00 1 3 0 c r a iso-190 s 9.00-10.00 changed to Va higher; May SOVa; rye was unchanged to'.is higher; May Sl-30% to 81.303s,' and barley was % lower to Vt higher; May CHICAGO CASH GKAIX Tinrsd«y Market) Chicago, Wi--Wheat, none. Com. sample grade white. S1.13V*: Barley. malting. $1-2581.44'.= nom.; feed $1.18@1.22K! nom.; Ko. A, SUB; No. " malting S1.4I. Field socd. a ilOO Ibs.. timothy S5.73$?6 om.: red top SUtSl^ .nom.: red clover 1.50 nom.; sweet clover S10.50 nom. $12 75- few loads 340 to 400 pound I MASON cm--For Thursday heavies S12.35 to S12.85; good and choice steers am choice 350 to 550 pound sows .g» d £«TM *TM ne i fers S12.00 to" 512.25; estimate 19,0001 Co m. steers and heifers unsold. Can?" cow' Salable cattle 4,000; salable Butehe?"buiu calves 700; fed steers and year- Bologna tmiis lings strong to 25 cents higher; |J'»«"» bulls. ',ght " medium and good grade up most; carmers. heavy very few choice , cattle here, [ Canners. light strictly choice kind absent; bulk stm-wj wnun-t- i u *.x~ f.ii*'-n I w^iivca.- u. m \.ijun $13.50 to $15.7o; top around Slb.oO; calves, fair to good stock cattle scarce, firm, at $10.50. Calves, common to « «,.·,,_ to S12.50 mostly; heifers strong, *"""· «"' _. p « « o » » " all other classes steady to strong, MASON ciTY-For Thursday fairly active; mostly heifers $II.DU Genuine sp. lames, go to ch sn.oo-H.7: to §14.50; cutter cows $7.75 down, Gen. sp. lambs. mei. to good L.U '*-·*'«, -·- Fc( j ewes ^ good to choice S a.OO- G.O most beef COWS $8.DO tO 511.UO. Common ewes S 1.00- 2.0 with strictly goad kind to S12.75; | Bucks medium grade,heavy bulls selling around $10.25 to $10.50; light kind $8.00 to $9.00; practical top heavy sausage bulls $11.00; only standout beef bulls bringing^ $11.75 and $12.00; vealers firm at $15.00 down. Salable sneep 5,000; total 5,000; early sales slaughter lambs strong to fully 15 cents higher; 2 loads good and choice Colorado fed lambs held above $16.25; load good fed western lambs sold $16.00 and load medium to good kind $15.85; deck right lambs $15.40; few good native lambs $15.75 to $16.00; deck largely common 70 pound weights $14.00, with 56 pound culls sorted out at $10.75; package nearly good l i g h t yearly wethers $13.75; slaughter ewes practically absent. GRAINS MOVE NARROW RANGE Selling'-Apparently [ Has Mostly Dried Up Chicago, (if) r-- Grains moved within a narrow range Thursday Selling which had depressed prices in the past 2 sessions apparently had dried un but demand failec to develop on a broad scale. The market's tone was steady with most contracts scoring minor fractional gains. Interest in the wheat market -was small because of the closeness of present prices to ceilings, restricting the opportunitx-f or profits on any advance. At the same time, traders could see little reason to sell and it appeared that mills were not participating in the market to any large extent. Wheat closed % lower, to s ,s higher, May $1.70%, oats were un- at the worst, declines running to )oint or more were widespread Volume picked up on the retreat There was a slowdown in the fina hour when extreme losses wer trimmed here and there. Ther CKYPTOQUOTB--A cryptofrMH «juotaU*» B H O A T H D O C V G P X M , D T M P B R C B M C K D 1 1 J D T H J 3 C D K C C G -- Y CG D H PE M. Yesterday's Cryptoqoot*: HE WHO DWELLS EVERYWHERE, \NEVER DWELLS AN X WHKRE-^MAKTIAL. GASH LOANS When You Need Cash YOU DON'T WANT RED TAPE!) Through our Personal Loan Serv-j ioe, you can get money .WHENl YOU NEED IT. Prompt, Courte-| .ous. Dignified. United Financial Servid Family Finance Counselors 15V2 North Federal . Over Ford Hppkins Drug Store I Don't Cash War Bondfl $30 - EMERGENCY LOANS - $3CfI LOW COST. QUICK SERVICE '· Established 20 Years SECURITY LOAN CO. ISC Navy School Head Promoted to Captain Ames--The commanding officer of the Iowa State college' naval training school, Comm. A. F. Duernberger, has been notified of his promotion to the rank ot captain, it was announced here Tues_ .day. Captain Duernberger came were isolated strong'spots at the | aboard as commanding officer -at close. ' Transfers were around 1,000,000 shares. · Various factors were blamed for the reaction. Among these was the tin cans. The cans have been pierced and bent until they look like Mexican tinware. The class is under the direction of Miss Marian A. Malmin. p. M. SIMON. Mgr. Room 321 Phone · First Nat). BIdg new Russian move in announcing a federal republics plan and the Willkie speech' demanding much higher taxes. Produce (Merchant Quotations) (Cash Quotations by E. 'G. Horse) MASON CITY--For Thursday ,.29c 24c Leghorn springs, 2 Ibs. over 21c Eggs, current receipts Springs, heavy breeds Heavy hens .21c the naval training school here, a year ago this t'riaay. "Captain Duernberger enlisted in the navy as a chief electrician's mate in February, 1918. Later that year he was commissioned as an ensign and served on active duty in the first World War. Since that time he has been active in the fleet and organized naval reserve. Ac commanding officer of the naval training school 'here he is in charge of the electrical, diesel. cooks and bakers, and V-12 training units which include a totaJ of about 2,500 men in training at one time. - Death Notices^ JORRIS, Thomas, 7G, died at the han\e . of his sister-in-Jaw, Mrs. George Moris. Portland, Wednesday morning, lol- owing an Illness. Funeral services will e held Saturday afternoon at the Pal- jersoh funeral home. Burial will be at the Rockwell cemetery. The Palter; son funeral home m charge. Optometrists DEFECTIVE VISION can be correct* with proper glasses. See Dr. Knutsa Opt.. Weir Building. Chiropractors ' A l l HEALTH through normal nerve functit Dr R. J. and Dr. Lucy E. Game] TOG North Federal. Seeds, Feeds ROBERTSON. William J.. 72. died at the home of his brother,' J. M. Robertson. 245 7th S. E-, ,at 4 p. m. alonday, following an illness of about a week. Funeral services will be held at the U. B. church at Ktester, Minn., with the Rev. R. E. Maries officiating. Burial will be at the Kiesle'r cemetery. The Patterson funeral home in charge. FOR SALE--Several shocks corn foddiSI Phone 220. FOn SALE--Good control, oats. E. 1 Doane, Thornton, la., IV? mi. S., mi. W. . .' CONTROL" Seed Oats for sale. Germin a t i o n 99T C . purity 39?B. Truck load 7. orders delivered in the state. Burt Grain?| Co.. Clarion. Iowa. Card of Thanks Mason City Grain MASON CITY--For Thursday No: 2 white oaTS 70c No. 2 shelled corn (15if2% moisture) .' 51.02 No. 2 ear corn (loV2% moisture) -9Ec No 2 soybeans SI.80 Barley 75c-$l THURSDAY GKAIK CLOSE Chlraro. «-- Hens, under 4 Ibs. 18c Cocks, heavy 17c Cocks. Leghorns 15c All No. 2 Poultry 4 cents less Eggs, at retail 38c Butter, Iowa State Brand ... .49c Butter. Corn Country 48c Butter. Brookfield 49c 1.67? WHEAT-- High May $1.71 . July - -. Sept. Dec OATS-May .... July Sept. .. RYE-- July '.'.'. Sept. . - May .. Low- Si .VO'/. ' 1.67V. .79T1 .7711 .75 Close 51.70% ' 1.29V»-V 1.271.28 '/ . 1.2QV-* l.lB'.i ASSISTED Guthrie Center business men and citizens have donated S161.06 for a local family. The father of the family recently died, leaving a widow, and several young .children. Don Holmes of Guthrie Center started the;collection. WE WISH TO THANK our many friends, neighbors and relatives for their beautiful floral offerings and kind assistance during the sickness and death of our beloved husband and father. Mrs. Orin Cheney _Mr. and Mrs. Paul Harrington 'Mr. and Sirs. James Dodd air. and Mrs. Holland Scholl Mr. and Airs. Kenneth Millard Miss Ruth Cheney GOOD shelled corn for sale. ClearJ Lake Grain Company. Ph. 23. - . FOR SALE-^1000 Control seed oats. Com-1 bined before the rain. Anderson Bros., jf + mi. S.. 1 ml. W. Ventura. CHICAGO, PRODUCE (Thursday Market) Cbiclto, (31--Butler, firm: receipts 433.822- market unchanged. Eggs, receipts 16.523; top grades easy; current receipts steady; market unchanged. NEW YORK PRODUCE (Thnrsd»r Market) New York, iff) -- EgBS 30.334; steady. urrent general wholesale selling prices follow: Mixed colors, special No. 1 o No. 4, 47 Ibs. and over. 37037!*: special No. I lo No. 4. 4S Ibs. average, 35;i : extra No. 1 lo No. 2. 47 Ibs. and over 35^(335: extra No. 1 lo No. 2, 45 bs average 34'/=f?35: extra medium. 40 Ibs. average 2S'.i529; extra pullets. 35-37 Ibr. 24S25; current receipts. 43 Ibs. average 34r«S?35: dirties. 43 Ibs., 3RSii 33!'»: checks 32®32V'«- . White, special No. 1 to No. 4, 47 Ibs. and over 38S3BVi: special No. 1 to No. 4. 46 Ibs. average SfiVi^ST; special medium 42-43 Ibs. 3Hi®33; extra No. 1 ami No. 2, 47 Ibs- and over 36'£«!3?; extra No. 1 and No. 2. 45 Ibs. average 35^35^;. extra medium, 40 Ibs. average 30; extra pullets. 35-37 Ibs. 25!i«j26. Brown, special No. 1 to No. 4. 47 Ibs. and over 36'.;./S37: special No. 1 to No. 4. 4G Ibs. average 35S7:35V=: special medium NEW ASH TRAYS Indianola high school art students have made ash trays fronj Funeral Directors Help Wanted, Male 'ACfNOWiT 20 i PATTERSON Funeral Home. Known for service. Ambulance. *T North Washington. Phone 1140. MAJOR Funeral Home. 20D Second N. E. Efficient Service-plus Reverence. Arn- bulance. Phone yll. McAULEV and Son Funeral Home. Complete 'service Day and Night. 8 South Adams. Phone 651. World's largest paint manufac-jl turer has. several openings for5 alert and industrious men'for im-G mediate training to qualify as? Branch Managers in priricipa cities. Permanent position with, ex,-1 cellent opportunity for advance-1 ment. Give full particulars in first ^ letter; previous experience and | salary desired. An interview will! be arranged. Reply to V-3, Globe-| Gazette. . _ . _ . _ . DANCE RUDD, IOWA Fridby, Feb. 4 Music by HUCK SCHAFFER and His Orchestra Miscellaneous CHICAGO POTATOES (Thursday M*rket) Jhicaro. "£"-- WFA-- Potatoes, arrivals 64* on track 198; total U. S. shipments 97B: supplies moderate: for best quality Idaho Russet and Colorado !\!c- Clures demand moderate, market firm: for northern stock demand very slow, market dull and weak: Idaho Russet Burbanks, .u. s. No. 1. S3.30ffi3.SO; Colorado Bed McClures. U. S. No. 1. $3.47; Minnesota and North Dakota Bliss Triumphs, commercials, S282.10: Wisconsin Round Whites, commercials. £2.15: Florida Bliss Triumphs. O. S. No. 1. ,$2.8o® 2.90 per 50 lb. sack. No. 1 and No. 2..45 Ibs. average 34334 extra medium. 40 Ibs. 2B^: extra pullets. 35-37 Ibs. 24^fi?25. Butter. 623,245: firm. Prices unchanged at ceiling. Cheese. G52.293: nominal, no quotations. CHICAGO POULTRY TaBr5[Iay' Market) Chicago, tfn--Poultry, live, firm: G trucks: market unchanged. UEeceives White Marble Flower Box Iowa City--The University of Iowa's collection' of valuable art objects has been enhanced by j the gift of a carved flower box of white carrara marble, Prof. E. E. Harper, director of the school of fine arts, announced. r Dr. James K. Sutherland, medical graduate of 1926, gave the box as a -memorial to Dr. Zella White Stewart; late wife of Prof. George \V. Stewart, head' of the physics department. Carved from a solid slab, of marble and weighing 830 pounds, the box has figures on all sides and is supported by 2 "heavy pedestals. It now is in Iowa Union and its permanent location will be determined later, ·Prof. Harper said. ^ LIVESTOCK FORECAST .. vbakqj vbukrtj ETAOIN CUcazo. m -- (WFA) -- Official!? estimated salable livestock receipt 1 ! Fridayr j floss 10,000; cattle 1.509: sheep 2.500. Hides Quotations rnrnubed bj Weir Br«.. Inc.. :tM Flflli Street S«utfewes Horachides v · *.00 ·GREEN BEEF HIDES. Bull hides 8= FrOTn IB Ibs. up '. He From IS Ibs down I2c ·Cured hides 1C » lb higher. AU'O Ic a lb. higher lor green tildes to wholesale dealers in wholesale ouanlltles. Chicago Hog Marketing Comm^tee Says Packers Didn't Live Up to Rule The U. S. automobile industry is now producing war goods at a rate equivalent to the production of 16 million automobiles a year. MINCEMEAT WAFFLES Mincemeat waffles, baked at the table, are the latest news in Sunday night desserts. The c r i s p sweet food, made by adding _ cup of mincemeat to plain waffle batter, makes a tempting foundation to be served with hard sauce or ice cream. . i Industray has discovered a method to make a new lightweight plastic from waste potato mi ID. PUBLIC SALE! ·There will be a closing out sale on the O'Donnell farm located 254 miles west of Dougherty; 4 miles south and 54 mUes east of Rockwell: or. Z miles north and 6% miles east of the Sheffield cemetery corner, on Thursday, February 10 COMMENCING AT 12:30 P. M. ' 82 -- HEAD OF LIVESTOCK -- 82 12 HEAD OF HORSES--1 sorrel mare,' 6 years old, ,wt. 1600 Ibs.; 1 sorrel marc. 5 years,old, wt. 1600 IDS.; 1 team bay geldings, 10 years old, wt. 3000 Ibs.; 1 team bay geldings, smooth mouth, wt. 3000 Ibs.; 1 sorrel mare, smooth month, wt. 1600 Ibs.; 1 roan horse, 8 years old. wt. 1700 Ibs.; 1 team of geldings, 3 years old v -wt. 2400 Ibs.; 1 black colt, 2 years .old; 1 bay yearling colt. 50 FALL PIGS--Weight about 80 Ibs. each 20 HEAD OF CATTLE--S cows.- 5 of them fresh; 2 heifers, 2 years old; 1 Shorthorn boll, 4 years old; 9 spring and snm- mer calves on feed; 7 young calves and 2 lale summer calves. 140 WHITE ROCK AND LEGHORN CHICKENS FARM MACHINERY, Etc.--1 McCormick binder,.8 ft.; 1 McCormick corn binder; 1 Deering mower, 5 ft.; 1 John Deere gang plow, 14-in.; 1 Hayes corn planter with 80 rods of wire; 1 John Deere spreader; 1 steel pounder drag, 20-ft 1 2-row corn plow,3 horse hitch; 1 Moline disc, 10 ft.; 3 wagons, with triple boxes; 1 wagon with hay rack; 1 hay rake; 1 bob sled; 1 Mellote cream separator; 4 sets of harness; horse collars; 3 sets of fly nets; 1 grind stone; 1- washing machine; forks; shovels, etc. ; Some Bean Hay; Also Timothy Hay in Barn. SOME HOUSEHOLD GOODS TERMS: Cash', or make arrangements -with clerk before sale. No property to be removed until settled for. Grace O'Donnell Estate Ora Bayless. Auct. Sheffield Savings Bank, Clerk the breakdown of the "permission to market plan" in Chicago was caused by the packers' failure to I OUT SOON-live up to'their end of the agree- | UNCLE SAM'S ALMANAC, 1944 ment. COME QNE --COME ALL 40th Annual Danish Masquerade Ball Tuesday, February 8 at the SURF BALLROOM MALEK'S ACCORDION BAND GRAND MARCH AT 10 O'CLOCK Seven cash prizes will be awarded; 1st prize $lt for ladles' best costume; 2nd prize S2. 1st prize for men's best costume So; 2nd prize 52. Prize for best dressed couple S4. Ladies' prize comic $2. Men's prize comic 52. ADMISSION--LADIES 37c -- GENTLEMEN 78c T»x Incl. Beginning in the time of the colonies, and coming down to the present we find the almanac a household necessity. It is an Amer- Chicago hog marketing commit-1 ican tradition A limited edition tee consulted with packers on the of UNCLE SAM S ALMANAC. 1 1044, compiled by Frederic J. Haskin. is now in the hands of the Holdovers on the Chicago mar- \ ket totaled 23,000. The "permission to market plan 1 was initiated Jan. 24 after the daily number of hogs they could absorb and allotted a daily quota of hogs to marketing agents. "The marketing agents and the farmers have lived up to their end of the plan, and their quotas have printers. It is packed with the kind of facts and figures constantly referred to. Get your order in early. 15 cents postpaid. --Use This Coupon-The Mason City Globe-Gazette 'Information Bureau. i Frederic J. Haskin, Director. Washington, D. C. I inclose herewith 15 cents in coin (carefully wrapped in paper) for a copy of UNCLE committee recommended | SAM'S ALMANAC, 1944. where possible, farmers been strictly observed," a committee spokesman said. "But the packers don't take their share of the hogs they agreed to take when the plan was instituted. The surplus swine are of good weight and good quality," he t h a t should direct their shipments to Kansas City, where more hogs can be absorbed. Packers will meet with the com- Imittee Thursday to see what new arrangements can be made to ease | the hog situation the committee t said. Name NO OVERSEER Hamburg Mayor Woods has j granted Chief of Police William I Stacy a 30 day leave of absence. While on his vacation, Police Chief I Stacy is preparing to open a cafe Street or Rural Route City State (Mail to Washington, D. C.) Public Auction! On account of ill health I will sell at Public Auction on what is known as the Ralph Stanbery farm y. mil* east of Mason Mty on highway 18 then 1 A mile south; first farm south of Taylor bridge, on Wednesday, February 9 SALE TO BEGIN AT 13:30 SHARP LIVESTOCK 19 milk cows, some milking now, others to freshen ^oon; 4 heifers to freshen soon; 2 sprinj: calves; 1 grade Holstein bull. 25 Feeding Shoals / 2 Smooth Mouth Horses FEED--212 bales of timothy hay; 8 tons of timothy and alfalfa hay in barn; 2 loads of hay in field; 20 tons of silage, more or less; 1 stack of straw. 75 Plymouth Rock hens, more-or less. FARM MACHINERY--John Deere G. P. tractor on rubber and 3 row corn plow; side rake; John Deere hay loader; John Deere mower; McCormick grain binder; John Deere planter; 1 4- sectian drag; seeder cart; endgale seeder; hay rack and wagon; 2 4-wheel rubber tire trailers; 2 wagonboxes, 1 good as new; John Deere spreader; 1 .10-foot tandem disc; 2 single row cultivators; shoveling board, good ,as new; !orn binder; clean easy 2 unit milker; Melotte ci*am seperator; 4 10-gal. n cans; swill cart; set of harness. Some small tools. HOUSEHOLD GOODS--1 while enamel steel kitchen cabinet, good; 1 Vosa electric washing machine; 1 2-h*le laundry stove and pipe, and many other household articles too numerous t» mention. ; TERMS: Cash or make arrangements -with your bank or banker. No property to be removed until settled for. EVERET BUSS Ora Bayless, Anct. United Home Bank, Clerk

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