The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 1, 1936 · Page 27
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 27

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 1, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE THIRTEEN O fe*'*g 1 '** ur lesterdayj Gleaniiij-B From on Ancient File of The Cerro Gordo Republican Saved by the Farm Editor. June 22, 1878 BUSINESS CARDS COIU'OKATION OFFICERS. Mayor, - - - R. Wilbcr. Recorder, - - W. E. Tucker. Treasurer, - - H. I. Smith. Assessor, - - C. F. Vincent. Marshal. - - John A. McMillin. COUNCILMEN: W'. B. Stillson, John Lee. E. Hoxie, J. M. Dougan, J. M. Hudson. STUDEBAKER WAGON The Best wagon in the market--over 12000 sold last year. Call upon L. S. Hazen Hunting-ton, sole agents for- Cerro Gordo Co. and examine the "Studebaker" before buying elsewhere. r. o. of o. F. Mnson City Loclcc No. 224. I. O. ot 0. K., meets every Tuesday evening. Jit S o'clock, at OU.l F;llmvs mill in Alien Block. All mcmb'.'rs of the Order In Hood standing. ar« cordially invitnd to attend. G. L. I1EKKJCK. K. O, A. SCHLKWIN'GKR, Sec'y. MONEY--MONEY F A. KOZIENE, Charles City. Iowa. · loan money on improved farms, tor a term of years on favorable terms, cull or v.-rite to him. M. J- FIUEDLANDEIt. M ANUFACTURERS and wholesale dealers in choice cigars. Opposite Allen House, Mason City. Iowa, DAVID HISLOP, --FASHIONABLE-Boot Shoe Maker (Corner Commercial and State Streets.) Sign of the Golden Boot, DAVID HISLOP. J1ASON CITY, - - - IOWA. M ,]. J. O'KOUBK. ERCHANT TAIT.OR.-- Garments cut and made in the latest styles. G (it guaranteed. done on short notice. inK and cleaning WM. HARRISON, W ould .*ay to the public that he l received a choice lot of cloths for the eastern styles which he is prepared to make up to order, and warrants satisfaction. Look at my K f and prices Itefore purchasinK eastern mmle work. Sli'Jll first door east of Pasedach's, Mason city. Towa. Carpenter and Joiner Work Parties who have Carpenter or J-/ncr ·work'wiiich they wish to let by the job or days work, are here n o t i f i e d that I tvili hereafter hold myself in readiness to do all kinds of heavy or light work in the best manner, upon short notice, and upon reasonable terms. I have, also, a complete Ret or tools for raising and movinc h-jildines, and will do all work In that line when called upon. Orders left at the REPUBLICAN office will receive prompt attention. IRA T. DEAN. The voice of the breakers is heard in the land--Squire Groves and Carlvon Bros, report heavy sales of breaking plows this season. The demand has exceeded the supply.-Surely this is one of the good signs of the times. Refused.--Dr. Ogden refused an offer of S800, for his trotting mare "Maud" a few days ago. Tlie offer was made by a party who never saw the mare and only knows her by report. Orators of the Day.--Just as we were going to press we learned that Hon. S- P. Leland, of Charles City, had been engaged to deliver the oration on the 4th of July. John CHggett is reader of the Declaration of Independence; Rev. C. T. Tucker, Chaplain; H. G. Parker, Historian. IT PAYS TO SELL TO SWIFT'S WE PAY CASH FOR EGGS - CREAM - POULTRY FULL MARKET PRICES PAID EVERY DAY OF THE YEAR BUY YOUR BABY CHICKS FROM OUR HATCHERY "Chicks That Earn Checks" SWIFT'S BABY CHICKS For Bigger Poultry Profits Feed Swift's Poultry Feeds SWIFT COMPANY 820 South Delaware Mason City Phone 3361 GBO. H. CARTER, F ASHIONABLE B'ARBKE and Hail- Dresser Roomg in the basement of The Alien House, Mason City, K.W.I. NOTICE. All persons having possession of cemetery lots belonging to the Mason "City Cemetery Association, who have not secured deeds of said lots, are requested to call upon the President of Association. Wm. Ensign, or Wm. E. Quincy, Trustee, and settle for the same immediately. Per order of Trustees. Houses for rent or sale. Enquire of JOHN S. STANBERRY. Dexter Does Horse Shoeing. STILL. A FULL And complete stock of paper at Thompsons store. wall Drug Local News.--Geo. B. Rockwell was offered $200 for the Duchess of Kirklivington, a three months- old heifer calf, by a short-horn breeder in Southern Iowa, but he refused to sell. Some rain. Dull.--The embargo laid upon trade and travel by the mud of the last two weeks caused the suspension of a regular freight train on the Milwaukee and Saint Paul road. As soon as business picks up again, it will probably be restored. Warning!--There are a few fellows about this town that need a little information about driving over sidewalks. They are in the habit of driving across sidewalks wherever they come to them without any ceremony. In several cases that we know of, the boards are broken by such usage and the walks spoiled. Some of these fine days they -will be snatched up and fined for such reckless conduct. Breaking. -- Hundreds of acres of sod will be capsized this season.--Team after team is starting in. The immense rush at their shop during breaking season has necessitated Zcidler Bros. to erect an additional forge. Ed. Rosecrans has taken to fanning this season and is breaking his quarter section southeast of THERE IS ONLY ONE FARMALL If It Isn't a McCormick Deerin, It Isn't a Farmall The Same Company Who Builds the Famous McCormick-Deering Line of Farm Machinery Builds the Popular and Well Known INTERNATIONAL A Size to Fit Every Farm and Commercial Requirement McCormick Deering farm machinery, tractors, twine and international Trucks are manufactured by men who know how--backed by 105 years of experience in manufacturing and supplying the requirements of farmers throughout the nation and world. SEE THE McCORMSCK DEERING DEALER AND INTERNATIONAL MOTOR DEALER BEFORE PLACING YOUR ORDER INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER 23 Sixth Street S. E. Mason City, Iowa

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