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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SEVENTEEN APRIL 11 · 1934 _____ aunwn v,m wuvww** _ _ _____ Sell Your Baby Chicks Now Through Globe-Gazette WantAds--Phone 3800 Classified Advertising Information Fifteen centa a un first Insertion. Ten centa a lino lor each conjecutlv. mb- aequeot Insertion. (Count flvo averags words to the One.) Seven Insertions are given for th« Pi«e 'CLASSIFIED DISPLAT ADVURTISINQ TO cents per column lndi each ItuerUon. A discount ol 15 pet cent will b. ollowed on all classified advertisements paw *» at the time of insertion or not late* IBM » days thereafter. Ah ont-of-towns ads ar« payabK In ad- '"^iT' refunds on Want Ads must he catlea to^Jrltttalo Say"o« th^cancellatlo. date 0 *M»°we?"to -blind" advertBemtnU mnat b.^orS.M to th, letter stated In the ad. Money to Loan 8 .Swap Service 38 Car Payments Too High? Refinance and Reduce Your Payments. Loans to $300 on etas, furniture and personal property. United Financial Service 8 First St. N. W., First Door West of Adams Drug Co. Phone 1414 SWAP--Boy's nearly new bicycle for small, cheap motorcycle. Write 1S-11, Globe-Gazette. ;105-$175 month start. Government jobs. Men-women, 18-50. Steady. Qualify now. Sample coaching and list jobs free. Apply today sure. Write J-4, Globe-Gazette. Character Loans Low Cost, Easy to Pay Amount of Loan 5100 1150 $200 $300 $500 cMrs. »r PHONE S800 "**" INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications are numbered according to the position In which they appear In the section. Weekly Payment tor 00 weeks I 2 3 4 6 10 BOOM 2oz North Federal Arenne s In Mason City only IMMEDIATE LOANS C. L. FINE'S 24 HOUR SEKV1CE --on-Loans up to $380.00 made anywhere In North Central Iowa on furniture, autos, diamonds, personal property. Repay from your earnings. C. L. Pine Loan Company Weir Bldf, Mason City Phone 224 Beauty Parlors 16 PERMANENT waves $1.60 to S3 Shampoo and finger wave 50c. Pa. SOU, call for Le Moderne Annex 212'/ 2 N. Fed. Ave, Painting, Decorating 24 GET Dan, the Paint Man. 2S35W. 811 Acreages .......A48 Agents 36 Apts. for Rent .. 45 Amusements .... 7 Auto Accessories 82 Autos for Sala .. 70 Auto Storage ...A79 Auto Trucks . Auto Repairing Beauty Parlors Board. Room . Bonds Bldg. Materials Business I* o c »- Uon Business Opportunities Bouses (ot Eent 46 tnsunictlon Insurance ... Investment .. In Memorlam Job Printing ... Laundries __ Livestock for Sale . 81 Location \Vanled . 16 Lost and Found . 49 Lota for Sale ... .A 9 Machinery . 43 Milk i. Misc. for sale .. . SJ Misc. for Rent .. Money to Loan 29 Mortgages 39 . 11 . 10 .A 2 20 C a f e s , Bestau- Monuments A 4 rants 17 Moving, Storage 23 Card ol Thames 2 Musical Instr. .. 58 Chiropodists .... 13 Nursery Stock .. Chiropractors ... 14 Offices tor Rent Cleaners, Dyers . IB Office Eaulpt. .. Cottages A46 Osteopaths ..... Death Notices .. 1 Painting, Decor. Dogs, Birds, Pets 33 Personals "Educational Op- photographers .. portunltlea ... 40 Plumbing, Htg. . Electrical service 61 Poultry, Eggs .. Employment Ser- Radio Supplies .. vteo A30 Real Estate Wtd. Farms for Sale . 60 Rooms for Eent Farms for Rent .A50 Farm 'Machinery 51 J-lorlsU 4 Poods A55 Funeral Directors 3 Furs Garage for Bent Garage for Sale 60 30 Garden! Gifts Help w a n t e d . With Inv. Help w a n t e d , Female SI Help W a n t e d , MsJe ** Help W a n t e d , Male, Female, .A36 Hide, Wool. Fiirs 78 Household Goods 73 Houses for Sale 47 Sale or Trade sale or Rent Salesladies ... Salesmen .... Seeds. Feeds , « Serv. Offered 68 Situation Wtd. 69 Stamps, Coins Stationery ...... Stocks Summer Cottages Swap Service ... oo Travel Bureau . -A 5 Trade or Excfo. . S2 Upholstering .... 5B Wtd. to Borrow 77 Wtd. to Buy ... 75 Wtd., Mlsc A75 Wtd. to Rent .. 76 Wearing Apparel 70 57 63 64 15 24 0 25 26 74 27 66 44 .A38 ..A47 .. 34 .. 35 .. 28 ...A33 .. 33 ..A74 - . 7 1 72 67 SEE J. Dahlstrom for painting and paperhanglng. Ph. 3538J. PAPER'G., Paint'g. Stewart, 2436W Instruction 39 Trade or Exchange 42 WILL Exchange clear 80 acres located in southern Minnesota for house in Mason City. Beck Bros. Ph. 134. Autos for Sale 79 50 GOOD POPULAR CARS, PRICED TO SELL INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING: 2--1929 Chevrolet Coaches. Wonderful buys. 2--1930 Chevrolet Coaches. You can't beat. 2--1928 Chevrolet Coached, rertect. 1--1928 Chevrolet Sedan. Like new. 1--1929 Plymouth Sedan. See this car. 1--2-Wheel Trailer. $15.00. 1--1930 Chevrolet l'/j-ton Truck. Good. 1--1928 Chevrolet l'/ 2 -ton Truck. Perfect. 1--1928 Chevrolet l'/ 2 -ton Truck. Good. Our Entire Used Car Stock Thoroughly Reconditioned Block East of Hanford Hotel. Phone 162 Misc. for Sale 55 Rooms for Rent 44 TOR SALE--4 elec. refrigerators, slightly used. Ph. 499. FOR RENT---2 rms. slpg. or light hskg. 401 6 S. E. FOR RENT--2 furn. light hskpg. rms. Prl. ent. Newly dec. 109 14 N. W. FOR RENT--Furn.' hg. rms. 2867W. Apts. for Rent 45 FOR RENT--2 rm. front apt. Hard maple furniture with greeti and Ivory color. Overstuffed suite. North entrance. 672 E. State after 5. FOR RENT--Nice front rm., furn. slpg. rm. or apt., pri. ent. Close in. Ph. 3054. FOR RENT--Outside apt., unfurn. over I. G. A. 2 rm. FOR RENT--Furn. apt. 615 N. Wash. hskpg. room FOR RENT--5 room mod. front apt. over Sweet Shop cafe. Call 598. FOR RENT--Unturn. apt. 14 5 NE. Seeds, Feeds 2! FOR SALE--Timothy seed, home Tc Ib. Carroll Bros., Ph. FOR RENT--4 rm. mod. apt. hard wood finish. 1452 N. Fed. Ph. 2414. grown, 12F21. FOR SALE--Home grown timothy ' seed, with a little clover ?3.50 per bu. D. J. McManus, 3 miles east of Rockwell. Phone Rockwell. FOR SALE--Medium red clover seed. Bert Rule, 1307 S. Del. FOB SALE--Seed oats, medium early and late without any barley in them. Also seed barley, all cleaned and ready to sow. Clear Lake Grain Co. Funeral Directors 3 MEYER FUNEKAL. HOME--Dependable service. 243 Fifth street S. E. Ph. 1505. PATTERSON FUNERAL HOME-A service for those who care. Ambulance. 322 N. Wash. Ph. 1140. RANDALL Funeral Home-- Ambulance service. 104 3rd St N. E. Ph. 511. C. E. Snipps. H. B. Major. Florists A COMPLETE line of fresh, homegrown Easter lillies and other plants at fair, reasonable prices. Phone 55, Kembles. Help Wanted, Female 31 WANTED-- Competent woman for general housework. Sam Raizes. Call Mrs. WANTED--Exp. dining zoom girl. Leone McGhee Tea Room. Apply in person. WANTED--Girl for general housework. Must go home nights. 932 N. Monroe. WANTED--Housekeeper on farm. Must be neat and good cook. Write D-10, Globe-Gazette, Clear Lake. Help Wanted, Male 32 MAN with good car. Salary guarantee and bonus. See Harris, Room 380, Cerro Gordo Hotel after 6 p. m. FOR RENT--Apts., furn. or unfum. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. Trade In your old worn-out ROLLER SKATES on a new pair. LINDQUIST'S 620 S. Federal Phone 831 Wanted to Rent ^ COUPLE Wishes to rent small apt., duplex or house. Furn. or unfum Write S-10. Globe-Gazette. _ Wanted to Borrow 77 r^f^^,^^* ***··**-* ---^-~~-~~~*~*-^-«~^~~ WANTED--?2000 loan, good security. Write Y-10, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--Building blocks mat face, 1st grade. 416 S Van Buren. FOR SALE--A-l Nash '30 roadster Call 203 6 S. E. KOTOFOM A new rug, upholstery shampoo, removes dirt, grease, grime and germs. Mothproofs your furnishings for several months. Call MBS. KOSE TOWNE S086, for demonstration FOR SALE -- Stepping stones, crushed rock, black dirt. 3733J. Houses for Rent 46 FOR RENT--Fum. house for summer. Ph. 23iO. FOR RENT--2 rm. hse. 121 4 S. W. FOR BENT--5 room house, 805 North Georgia, $15. Lepper Jewelry Co. RENT YOUR HOME from Briar List your property with Briar Buy a home from Briar. Ph. 34U. FOR SALE--Seed potatoes, first year Early Ohios and Cobblers, grown from Red River Valley North Dakota. Certified seed $1.10 per bu. Good table potatoes 75c per bu.; bags free or lOc less without bags. T. O. Rye Sons, 1% miles northwest Hanlontown, Iowa. Cottages A46 FOR SALE--2 nearly new summer cottages, turn., at $750. Small payment and terms. C, E. Ashland, Clear Lake. FOR SAME--5 room cottage with 2 porches, to be moved. Sorensen Cash Store, Oakwood Park, Clear Lake. AGENTS Wanted--Milk solicitors. Cash com. Pay daily. 421 4 S. W. Houses for Sale 47 WE HAVE homes way below value --none can be reproduced at sale price. It is truly buying time. Are you sitting back? The gamble is how much you make, no chance for loss. Your attention is called to: 5 rm. mod., fireplace, $4,750; S rms. mod., ?5,500; 6 rm. bung., $5,000; 6 rm. mod at ?3.500; 5 rm. mod. at $3.750 and others. Our list is large. 2osts more to build now than it did in 1929. W. L. Patton, 109 E. State. Situation Wanted 33 WANTED-- Position by experienced FOR SALE--Might accept small house, as payment on strictly meat cutter. Ph. 3651. WANTED--Housework by exp. girl, 20. Lovella Ballhagen, 121 2 SW. Monuments A4 MARK every grave with a monument from Mason City Cut Stone and Mon't Co., 504 N. Monroe 783. YOUNG married couple wants work on farm. No children. Arthur Jones, Kensett, Iowa., B. 2. Services Offered A3 3 Sheep to Shear, Ph. 1-F11 or write Bert Closson, Rt. 3, Mason City. Personals PSYCHIC READER at 514 3rd N. ·E. Hrs. 1:30 to 5:30 Wed., Thurs., Friday, each week. FORTUNATELY for beauty and health modes of the moment demand erect posture. Spencer. Ph. 3856. REAL SILK. For appointment Ph. 3830. Lost and Found 6 LOST--Red jacket on No. 18 between Mason City and Garner. Reward. Ph. 1779. LOST--Small black Cocker Spaniel dog. Reward for return to Charles Glanville. Ph. 3686. GUAR'D. Washings, SI. Ph. 2463W. WANTED--Washings. 416 N. Penn. WANTED-- Paperhanging, work guaranteed. Harry Grant. Phone 975. WANTED--Washings. 313 6 St. SW. Salesmen 35 EXP. Mag. men organizing hot shot crew for summer campaign. See Spiers, Cerro Gordo Hotel after 6 p. m. Money to Loan 8 MONEY FOR AIX PURPOSES We make cash loans up to S300 on your auto or furniture. Cars refinanced and payments reduced. HOME LOAN FINANCE CO. 2nd Floor I.O.F. Bldg. DO YOU NEED MONEY? $40 $50 $100 $200 FURNITURE LOANS SALARY LOANS AUTO LOANS DIAMOND LOANS SECURITY LOAN CO. ' 331 1st Nat'l Bldg. Ph. 412 Swap Service 38 Three times or less offering a "SWAP" costs nothing. The ad must have a Globe-Gazette "key" number and the advertiser will pay 10 cents for each reply. Replies are to be called for at the Wand Ad counter. Regular rates will be charged for every line over 3 lines, besides 10 cents for each answer. HEAVY MATS SIZE 18'/,x21 2cEACH The Dry Mats are excellent for lining garages, chicken houses, coal bins, cellars, cabin walls, weatherboarding, sound proofing or Insulation. Not suited for outside surfacing or drawing use. We have over 500 which may be bought for only 2 cents each. Call Business Office. Globe-Gazette. Autos for Sale 79 FOR SAIJE 1928 BUICK STANDARD SEDAN Low mileage. 117 SOUTH FEDERAL Foods ASS Highest Value! USED CARS Lowest Prices Buy your reconditioned truck before the general Increase in auto mobile values raises the price. Come in and select one of thes exceptional values. Our large stock includes some tha will suit your needs, pocketbook 1929 Oakland Coach. Like new $285 1929 Ford Roadster. (Extra, clean) $165 1929 Ford Coach. (Buns good) $165 1931 Ford Coach. (See this one) $2"5 1931 Ford Sedan. (Clean Inside and out. Good rubber) $285 1932 Ford Cch. (Save money on this one) WAGNER MOTOR CO. FORD SALES Auto Trucks 80 FOR SALE Potatoes, g-ood Cobblers, per 100 Ib bag- $1.35, per peck 25c; Ked Klver Valley Early Ohios, selected seed, 100 Ib. bag $1.75. Carrots, 10 Ibs 25c Onions, 10 Ibs *5c Grape Fruit, extra large, 6 for 29c Popcorn, sure pop, 6 Ibs 25c Gladiola Bulbs, finest mixed, 100 for 5? c Apples, 5 Ibs 2oe Garden seeds, finest, in bulk or packages. All purchases must be satisfactory or money refunded. Earls Fruit Market 1603 S. Federal Phone 1138 Also at Nora Springs Office Equipt 64 FOR SALE--Adding machine, cash register, addressograph, flat top desk, office chairs, show cases, etc. Gildner Bros. Garage for Sale 69 SWAP--Inboard motor boat for good rowboat with outboard motor Write KK-10, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Close in 8 room income dwelling- for small home. Give location. Write WW-11, Globe-Gazette. SWAP Small cafe, has beer and cig- aret license, good business, for 1929, model A. Write XX-9, Globe- Gazette, modern 7 room and bath at 304 12th St. S. E., Mason City. H. E. Freeman, Clear Lake. Acreage A48 FOB SAJLE-- Tracts of 2y 8 acres just east of city. Get our terms on these. M. M. Moen Co., 818 S. Pres. Fh. 837. Farms for Sale 50 FOR FARM Bargains see T. W. Gilpin, Northwood, Iowa. Farir "lachinery 51 HAVE SEVERAL used tractors on hand for sale. Fordson, Alhs Chalmers 20-35, Hart Parr 15-80, Twin City 15-30. Will trade for horses or cattle. Terms to responsible party. Clear Lake Grain Co. FOR SALE -- 15-SO McCormick- Deering tractor. Just completely rebuilt. Worth the money. Will trade horses or cattle in on it. City Implement Co. Across street from International Han-ester Co. Livestock for Sale 52 FOR SALE -- Shropshire ewes to lamb in April and May. Carroll Bros. Ph. 12F21. Misc. for Sale 55 WANTED-- 10,000 cars to use first grade oil, He quart; grease, He pound. 201 South Federal. Faxm Ltbor Oil Ass'n. FOR SALE -- New jigsaw attachment for 12 in. Driver band saw Write E-10, Globc-Gaiette, Clear Lake. FOR SALE -- Special for a few days only, tankage $1.75 per sack; seed oats 35c per bushel, cleaned. Cerro Gordo Farmers Co. Ph. 270. Household Goods 73 SALES Special, beds $1 and up; springs 75c and up; new mat- O. Exchange. 1408 N. Fed. Poultry, Eggs 74 FOR SALE -- Select Ancona hatch- trig eggs. Limited number. J. A. Handel. Ph. 3649. FOR SALE Giant Bronze Turkey Eggs -- Pen 1, 30c each; pen 2, lOc each. W. Z. Dutton, Clear Lake Iowa Phone Winter Bros., 26F4, Mason City FOR SALE Mammoth Bronze turkeys. Eggs lOc each. Poults 25c each. Started poults 35c and up. Also breeding stock At the ranch 12 miles southeast of Mason City, Address Rockford, or Phone 3 on 42, Nora Springs. FCRNESS AND MILLION IOWA Accredited Baby Chicks- Custom hatching and started of Compliance No. 2126. Grady Hatchery, Rockford, Iowa. Wanted to Buy 75 HIGHEST cash prices paid for old gold watch eases, dental scrap. Blanchard's Jewelry. WANTED-- To buy bicycle cheap. Call evenings, 1724 N. Penn. WANTED-- Bicycle. 603 S. Van Buren. WANTED -- Used turn., stoves and rugs. Graham 2nd hand store, next to Strand theater. Ph. 301. Wanted to Rent 76 WANTED -- To rent furnished house. Call Eastman. Ph. 1567. truck in good shape. Priced $325, S. R. Chev. Co., Inc. FOR SALE--International 1931 161 inch wheelbase 32x6 heavy duty duals. International Motor Trucks Ph. 20. LEGA^NOTICES OTICE OF INCORPORATION Notice Is hereby given that there has been incorporated under and by virtue ot Chap. 384 Title XIX of the Code of Iowa 1931 and acts amendatory thereto a cor- poratlon as follows: I. The name of the corporation Is MANLEY LAND CO., and Its principal office and place of business Is In the city ot Mason City, Cerro Gordo County, Iowa. II. The general nature of the business to be transacted by this corporation shall be to buy, own and sell farm lands, and purchase property anywhere In the United States; tc own, operate, rent or lease farm lands, and to conduct a general farm business Including the breeding and feeding of cattle swloe, sheep and horses. III. The amount of capital stock authorized by the said Articles o( Incorporation is $10,000.00 divided Into five hundred (500} shares of the par value of S20.00 each which must be fully paid for In money property at its cash value when Issued 4 shall be non-assessable. IV. The corporation commenced business on the 22nd day of January, 1934, and Its corporate existence runs for a period of twenty years from said date unless sooner terminated or dissolved by a vote of two- thirds of Its outstanding shares of stock at a regular or special meeting. The affairs of the corporation shall ~, conducted by a board of five (5) directors who shall be elected by the stockholders a the annual meeting of the corporation an( shall hold office for one year. The officer of the corporation shall be a president, i vice president, a second vice president, i secretary and a treasurer. Which officer shall be elected by the board of director from their own number each year on th day o£ the annual meeting of the stock holders or as soon as practicable after th' adjournment of said meeting. The regula or annual meeting of the stockholders shal be held at the office of the corporation 01 the first Monday of July of each year be ginning with the year 1934. Until the an nual meeting in 1934 the directors shall be William Manley, Mason City, Iowa, Joseph P. Manlcy, Mason City, Iowa, Bernard E- Manley, Mason City. Iowa, Daniel G. Manley, Sioux City, Iowa. James B. Mauley, Mason City, Iowa, and William Manley shall be President, Joseph P. Manley shall he Vice President Bernard E. Manley snail be Second Vic President, Daniel G. Manley shall be Secretory an James B. Manley shall be Treasurer, VI. The private property of the stockholdei shall be exempt from liability for corporal debts and liabilities. (Signed) By WILLIAM MANLEY, President. NOTICE OK THE APPOINTMENT OF EXJKOVTRIX STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. No. 4434. NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN, that th undersigned has been duly appointed an qualified as Executrix of the estate c Bashford M. (B. M.) Waughtal, decease late of Cerro Gordo County. All persona In debtcd to said estate are requested to mak Immediate payment; and those bavin claims against the same will present then duly authenticated, to the undersigned f ailo'wance, and file In the office of th Clerk of the District Court. LAURA C. WAUGHTAL. Ralph S. Stanbery, Attorney. Dated March 20. 1934, S. H. MacPeak, Clerk District Court. By--Margaret Hiley, Deputy. NOTICE OF MIGRATE OF WH.I, In District Court, Jnmiar? Term, 1934. STATE OF IOWA. Corro Gordo County, ss. To All U'hom It Mny rnnccm: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That I Instrument of writing purporting to be th GLOBE-GAZETTE'S DAILY CROSS WORD PUZZLE I) IS 20 » 4O ·as 51 ss GO 2- s ZG "36 47 " e M- 37 4.1 IZ I 42. SG, 5 21 27 34- 36 S7 fc.1 ·»- 7 2tt »e SZ S Y 2 ,j ' S3 6 2^ i- 49 7 · Z3 25 4-i s»tt 5 6 ^4- 54- m 19 il 59 62. 9 4- 32. 3S SO sis 10 4S 57 ACROSS I--To cause to sit 3--Burdens 8--Beast of burden 11--Near 12--A place of temporary aboda H--New Testament (abbr.) 15--Formal expression oC will or opinion 17--Poetic for over 18--At sea 20--A wild ass of Central Asia 22--A holy day 24--A doctrine or system 25--Feminine pronoun 26--Diminutive o£ Albert 27--A small owl 31--Group of Islands (abljr.i . 33--Railroad (alibr.) 34--Pester 35--Preposition 3C--Like 38--To bury 39--Sutllx used to Conn tlie plural 41--In addition 43--A doctrine or system 46--A combining form meaning tin 19--Only daughter of Mohammed 51--Rodent 52--Modern Lan^uupe association (abbr.) 64--A mountain system In Europe 56--Printer's measure 56--White crystalline compound 59--Delivery (abbr.) BO--Not old lil--A gaseous component of the atmosphere 62--Governor of a Turkish town DOWN 1--Taste or flavor 2--College town In England 3--Interjection meaning behold 4--A scent 5--Period of time 6--Extremely calamitous 7--Stannum (symbol) S--A large knife 10--A fixed gaze 12--Parts of body 13--An open cut 1C--Animal appendage 19--Gait 21--Any strong: movement of tlio conscious mind 23--A gem showing six rays on the dome 26--A macaw (Braz.) 28--A tumor 23--Latitude (abbr.) 30--A compass point 32--Contraction for it is 37--Ceiestlal body 3D--Molmmmedan prince 40--Pertaining to the ash n-ee 42--Single units 44--To render scnseles.".- 45--A record or register 47--Not wild 4S--Hebrew measure of capacity 49--A game of chance 50--Constructed 53--Fall behind 67--Tantalum (abbr.) 5S--Into Anjwsr to previoui puiilc PETITIONS SEEK GRATTANPAROLE Placed Before Gov. Herring by Officials of Iowa Grand Army. DES MOINES, April 11. OB--Petitions asking the parole of Marvin T. Grattan, 86 year old Civil war veteran, were placed before Gov. Clyde L. Herring- today by Iowa G. A. R. officials. Grattan now is serving a life imprisonment sentence in Fort Madison penitentiary in connection with the slaying of Claude Meade following an argument over a horse race. The veterans and representatives of affiliated organizations attended a hearing in the governor's office at which they submitted petitions bearing 5,000 signatures of their members. Urging that the sentence be changed so that Grattan could be transferred to the old soldiers' home at Marshalltown, the petitions declared his physical and mental condition made this advisable. The governor pointed out that Grattan's appeal now ia before the supreme court but said Dr. Walter Bierring, state health commissioner, will make an investigation of Grattan's condition. Attending the conference were Judge J. W. Wlllett of Tama, Ole Nelson of Slater, Judge T. J. Noll of Grinnell, past state commander; F. L. Quade of Dubuque, present state commander, and J. P. Risley, assistant adjutant. CCC Camp Now at Maquoketa Will Be Moved to Cascade AMES, April 11. (/P)--Three CCC camp located at Maquoketa will be transferred to Cascade in Dubuque county about May 1, Prof. G. B. MacDonald, Iowa director of emergency conservation work, said today. The camp will probably be returned to Maquoketa next fall to spend the winter in barracks there, he said. Soil erosion control work will be the chief project of the Cascade company. ast Will and Testament of August Guth, eceasea, dated June 1st, 1828, having een this day filed, opened and read, Monay the 30th dny o£ April, M34. Is fixed or hearing proof of same at the Court louse in Mason City. Iowa, tefore trio Dis- rlct Court of said County or the Clerk of aid Court; and at 2 o'clock P. M. of the ay above mentioned, all persons interested re hereby notified and required to appear, nd show cause, If any they have, why uald nstrument- should not he probated and llowed as and for the last Will and Testa- ent of fluid deceased. Dated at Mason City, Iowa, April 3rd, 934 ' a. H. MBCPEAT5., Clerk of District Court. By--Margaret Riley, Deputy, Crawford, Whittemore, Celebrates 84th Year WHITTEMORE, April 11.--Nelson Crawford celebrated his eighty- fourth birthday Sunday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. O. H. Roupe. Mr. and Mrs. Roupe entertained his children and grandchildren from here, Algona and Emmetsburg- at dinner. Mr. Crawford is spry for a man of his age. Many of his friends called during: the day. $7,464 Profit Made by New Hampton Plant NEW HAMPTON, April 11.--The city of New Hampton had a net profit of $7,464.66 on its municipal light plant for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1934, according to the annual report of M. H. O'Neill, city clerk. The light rate was reduced March 31, 1933 tb : -7o-;.- k. w. h. from 8c a k. w. h., and 100,575 k. w. h. were furnished to light the street lights without charge. Indiana Farmer Is Taylor Grazing Bill I Allowing Collection of Fees Passes House WASHINGTON, April 11. JF-The Taylor grazing bill to give the nterior department control over 173,000,000 acres of public domain n 11 western states was passed today by the house. It now goes to ie senate. The measure gives the secretary of the interior power to collect fees for grazing. A part of the money collected is to be returned to the states in which the lands are located. Other funds collected are to be extended to protect the vast area from destruction through erosion, floods and over-grazing. Stolen Car Is Found, FAULKNER, April 11. -- Fred Schachterle's car which was stol- n at Ackley Saturday night, was ocated Sunday morning at T ""-° 'alls. Carey Asks Congress to Defer Legislation on Grain Exchanges WASHINGTON. April 11. (.Pi- Opposing what he termed "further crushing legislation," Peter B. Carey, president, of the Chicago board of trade, today asked the house agriculture committee to defer until next session action on the bill for federal regulation of grain exchanges. His statement was read by Robert P. Boylan, first vice president of the board. Carey said the exchanges already had been harassed by legislation and then blamed for conditions in the grain markets for which he contended congress itself was respon sible. Clinton Firm Boosts Wages 10 Per Cent CLINTON, April 11. CW--An nouncement of a 10 per cent wage increase which will affect 800 em ployes was made today by A. P Bryant, vice president of the Clin ton company, corn processors. Th increase is retroactive to April ] The minimum wage will be 50 cents an hour. Salaried employes are not affected. Iowa Slain by Neighbor WABASH, Ind., April 11. Charles E. Capes, 62, a farmer, wag shot and killed in his home near here this morning in an exchange of shots with another farmer, Zack Sweazy, 60. The shooting followed a quarrel over Sweazy's attentions to Miss Mabel Capes, 38, daughter of the slain man. Explains fully the marvelous WillardTreatmentwhich haa brought amazing relief to .thousands everywhere. Willard's is designed for the relief of Stomach or .Duodenal Ulcer*, Poof ' Digestion, AcidDytpcpsia, Sour or Up*et Stomach, Gaitinttt, Bloating, Heartburn, Constipation, Bad Breath,Sleeplciartf u. Poor Appetite, Headaches, due to Excess Acid. Ask about Willard'a 15-Day Trial Offer. Casey Drug Co. 335 S. FEDERAL PHONE 291 PACKING HOUSE Markets 122 So. Federal Phone 101 Better Meats--Lower Prices Specials for Thurs., Fri. BOILING BEEF .. Ib. 3c Fresh Ground BEEF lb.5c Veal Chop Steak Kousts Beef Roasts Steaks Ib. 8c II Ib. Sc PORK HOCKS .. Ib. 5c BEEF LIVER. . Ib. lOc PURE LARD . . Ib. 7|c COMMUNITY AUCTION SALE At Chiis. G. Ames Farm at Emery on No. 106 FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1934 AT 1 1'. M. HORSES: Have a few good work horses. CATTLE: Have some Shorthorns, Herefords, heifers and steers. Wt. from 350 to 700 Ibs,, also some springing cows and heifers. PIGS: Have brood sows and few feeding pigs. Also many other articles ton numerous to mention. Lunch will lie served on the grounds at a reasonable price TERMS--CASH HAROLD AMES, Auctioneer. I'hone 6F4. Mason City H. H. CRANE, Phone 070, Clear Lake

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