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MARCH 12 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Used-. Furniture Here--Real Results Will Be GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT AD RATES. Fifteen cents a line first Inser- .tion. Ten cents a line for each consecutive subsequent Insertion. (Count five average words to the line.) Seven Insertions are given for the price of six. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ADVERTISING. 70o per column Inch each Insertion. A discount of 15 per cent will be 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 ot the Globe-Gazette. Under no circumstances will tha Globe-Gazette reveal the name of those inserting "blind" advertisements Personals-- \ MADAME VELMA World's most famous card reader nnd clairvoyant rest week. Hotel Corro Gordo. Special readings $1. Hours 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. PHE-EASTER special in guaranteed Permanent Waves, $3 to $15 nil styles. 'Experienced, reliable. Williamsons. Ph. 3743. 9 NinthN. E. Help Wanted, Male-- BOYS WANTED To earn cosh and prizes during spare time. Apply Mason City News Agency, 6 South Commercial. WANTED--Morning and Sunday carriers for established routes. Apply 4 to 5 p. m. H. A, Nordahl, 4%'First St. S. E. FIVE MEN Wanted to represent large respected Iowa publishing house in Mason City. Permanent connection for those who qualify. Profitable, pleasant employment. See M. H. Camphell, Hotel Hanford, Thursday evening or Friday. Help Wanted, Female-- WANTED--Girl for housework and care of children. 308 W. State. WIDOWER wants housekeeper on farm. Two in family. Prefer mid- dleagcd woman. Write K-ll, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Middle aged woman for house work. Only thoso with best of references considered. Write Z-10, Globe-Gazette. * WANTED--Lady to teach dancing. Write W-5, Globe-Gazette. Lost and Pound-- FIVE WOMEN To represent large Iowa publishing house in Mason City. Profitable, i pleasant employment. Teaching or selling experience helpful but not necessary. See SI. H. Campbell, Hotel Hanford, Thursday evening or Friday. LOST--Black leather purse lined In black, containing money, glasses, compact, etc. Return to Globe- Gnzette for liberal reward. LOST--Bunch of Keys.' Return to 414 N. Jefferson for reward. LOST--Meeker Reedcraft bag. Re- xvard. Phone 1251-W. Money to Loan -- -- on -- DlAMONDS-FURNlTUHE-AUTOS.8Ai4AP.7 No Publicity No Delays 1 to 20 Months to Repay Salesmen Wanted--- ADDRESSING ENVELOPES; work at home during spare time. Substantial weekly pay; experience unnecessary. Dignified employment for honest, sincere, ambitious persons. ADVANCEMENT LEAGUE, NAPERVILLE, ILL. Salesladies- WANTED--Lady who can work 5 or 6 hours a day at saleswork in and around Mason City. Write Z-12, Globe-Gazette. ^ALESLADHSS for local work. Ex- I A A M f f\ perience not necessary. Good pay Li/All \s\J. to start. Phone Mr. Eckert, Cerro 321 1st Nat). Bk. Phone 412 Gordo hotel, for appointment. OANS Household AND Automobiles Services Offered--Discs SHARPENED on your farm without taking apart. J. H. WESTCOTT 20 Third St. N. E. Ph. S727J BEl'AX IN 1 TO 20 MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS Bldg. State St. £ Fe a. A ve. Phone ( 224 AUTOMOBILE TT f^. A TXTQ or FUKmTTJRE JL,O /\i^i S Cars Refinanced and Payments Reduced Home Loan Finance COMPANY 2nd Floor M. B. A. Bldg. Ph. 727 FARM LOANS Prompt service. Act now for spring. W. L. PATTON 109 East State Street Insurance -- Non-assessable Ins. on autos, dwellings and contents at 80 to 50% saving. Geo. Van Every. 3983-2338J. Situations Wanted-- BOY, 16, WANTS WORK on farm. Experienced. Phone 1504. WANTED Job on farm by experienced married man. No children. Write N-10, GLOBE-GAZETTE WANTED--Position as_ official cream tester. List of references. Write Z-G, Globe-Gazette. ^MARRIED MAN 2! years' old wants job ,on farm. Experienced. "^ Francis Dewel, Delhi, Iowa. For Rent, Houses-- FOR RENT--7 rra. mod. house. Ph. 566 or 827. Paper's., paint'g. Stewart. 2835W, Colored woman wants bundle washings. Guaranteed to please. Phone 2367-J. - GENERAL HOUSECLEANING OF ALL KINDS Clean wall paper 50c room and up. Wash woodwork and painted walls, wax and polish floors. Kalsomlne and muresco. Do painting and varnishing. By hour or job. Estimates free. PHONE 3030. For Rent, Rooms-- FOR RENT--3 furnished all modern rooms for light hskpg. Heat lights and water furnished. Phone 2215-J. Inquire 416 S. Georgia Ave FOR RENT--3 light hskpg. rooms Phone 3274-W. 915 N. Federal FOR RENT--2 nicely fur. slpg. rms close in.,215 N. Wash. Ph. 3874-J FOR RENT--Mod. furn. hskpg rms., priv eht. 318 N. Delaware FOR RENT^2 light hskpg. rooms . with garage. Everything furn $7 a week. 103 Fifteenth S. E. FOR RENT--1st floor front hsk'pg. rms. Pri. ent. 20 4th N. W. 1460J. FOR RENT--2 mod. furn. light hskpg. rooms. No children. Ph 2360W. FOR RENT--2 furn. hskpg. rooms. 422 N. Georgia. Phone 886-W FOR BENT 2 furn light housekeeping rooms, Clean, warm and'pleasant. 423 North Pennsylvania FOR RENT--Room. Phone 593. FOR RENT--Nicely furn. front slpg rm. 102 S. Conn. Phone 2034. FOR RENT--Furn. light hskpg rms also slpg. rms. Ph. 3345-W. FOR RENT--Mod. furn.. rm. for 2 girls. Home privileges. Ph. 1960. FOR RENT--Furn. room for girls; meals if desired. Phone 3412-JR. 319 Fifth St. N. W. FOR RENT--Rooms. 132 2nd S. W. FOR RENT--Beorm. 224 W. State. FOR RENT--1 furn.'hskpg. room; private entrance. 210 N. Adams. FOR RENT--Slpg. rms. 203 1st S.E. FOR RENT--2 nicely furn. hskpg. rms. 252 Twentieth S. E. Ph. 2830W. FOR RENT--Large front heated hskpg. rooms. Ask Mrs. Harris. FOR RENT--Nice room in modern home. 318 N. Penn. Ph. 3840-W. FOR RENT--1, 2 and 3 rm. furn apts. 512 N. Pennsylvania. For Sale, Farms-- TO SETTLE ESTATE WILL SELL 80 acres, gravel road, near Mason City. Guild. Phons 867. PAINTING Paper Hanging Decorating WILLIAM C. YOUNKER 303 W. State Ph. 2598W KNIVES AND SCISSORS Sharpened. Called for and Delivered. PHONE 1072 WANTED--Washings. Ph. 2448-J. UPHOLSTERING, Repairing. Cornstock Furn. Co., Phone 2708. PATNT'G., Paperg. "Turner. 1470J. PAPERING, Painting. Klarr. 2127W. PAPERING, PAINTING -- Reasonable prices. A. M. Eddy, Ph. 3246W. U P H O L S T E R I N G ItEPAHUNG--REFINISHING M A C K E T ' S 403 1st S. W. PHONE 782 Farm Machinery-- FOR SALE Great Western spreader, good as new. 3-bottom P O tractor plow, nearly new. Grain or livestock as first payment. M. H. WOLCOTT ROCKWELL CHICAGO JOINT STOCK LAND BANK Foreclosed Farm Bargains Why rent when you can own your own farm for less? Cerro Gordo County--The Jnmcs Smith farm of 100 A. 2'/ z miles north o£ RocluvelV t/V niiie to school. On road one mile off pavement. Buildings require some repair. Soil very good. Excellent location. Land partly tiled. $3,000 will handle, balance long time at E'/i%. Floyd County--The Martin farm of 104 acres two miles west o£ Floyd. One-half mile oft pavement. Buildings In very good repair. Good locution. ?2j600 will handle, balance long time at 5^%. Howard County--The Peavcy farm of 268 acres two miles nortii of Riceville. Good road. Pleasant location. .Close to good high school. Highly improved' including silo. Equipped for dairying. Some timber. Running water. Improvements worth nearly what we nre asking for the farm. ?S,500 will handle, this buy, balance long time at 5'/ 2 %. Above farms well rented. Possession given March 1, 1932. Write or call--J. F. Morse, Field Representative, Cedar Falls, Iowa. Telephone 147. P. O. Box 133 For Sale, Miscellaneous-- FOR SALE--Velvet seed barley. Ph. 2-F-12. S. M. Knowlton. FOR SALE--Missouri type chicken house 14x28 located at Clear Lake. Inquire 2429W, Mason City. FOB SALE 3 road shack* used 3 months, size 14ft., 20 ft. and 80 ft. ,H. WOLCOTT, ROCKWELL, IA. FOR RENT--6 rm. mod. house with acreage. Phone Johnson, 48 IT 2182. FOR RENT--7 rm. house and garage at 210 Sixth S. E. Ph. 1575-J. FOR RENT Two large modern sleeping rooms, Gentlemen preferred. Phone 1901 214 5th N. E, FOR RENT--6 rm. all mod. on N. Monroe. Inq. 422 First N. W Phone 3975. FOR RENT 3 rm. duplex with basement and wash rm., furnished or unfurnished. 107 16th N. E. Inquire at Graham's Furniture store. Phone 801. ' FOR RENT April 1st, modern brick house with garage: 123 12th N. W. M. M. MOEN CO. Do. you want to rent, buy or sell a homo. CalJ W. H. Briar. Ph. 341-1. FOR BENT 4-rm. bungalow very nice, also cheap 5-rm. apt. PH. 3400 Trade or Exchange-- Business Opportunities-- FOR SALE Tailor shop business and full line of equipment, located at 7^ So. Federal. Inquire at 304 NORTH MADISON AVENUE or phone 2612 For Rent, Farms-- FOB KENT Wei! imp. small acreage, close in, J. M. PEDELTi" 627 North Federal Avenue. FARM FOR RENT--Charles ' E Naylor, C04 S. Fourth, Clear Lake. For Sal^e, Livestock--~TM~--~-~~ PUREBRED HOLSTEIN BULL Phone 20-F-3 H. A. DOYLE, Clear Lake, lown. FOR SALE--Young team mules. Fred Timm, Swaledale, Iowa. \Yanted To Rent-- WANTED TO " 4 or 5 room house, North Side with garden. Adults. J-ll, GLOBE-GAZETTE WANTED TO RENT--Small mod. house or 3'unfurn. rooms. Phone 2217-J. WILL TRADE PIANO for used WANTED--Neat 3 room furn apt electric, radio. Phone 829. f Call 503. FOR SALE--Invalid's chair, ball bearing, runs easily, fine condition. Burdette organ, plain walnut case, dull finish, suitable for writing desk. Also antique walnut furniture. G. E. Trocger, Charles City. .Phone 406J. FOR SALE--12 ft- oak wall case, cheap. Sewing machine. Ph. 1158. FOR SALE--Graded potatoes, $1.00 a bu. T. A. Davis, 1 mile south of Burchinal. FOR SALE Sodit fountain' and booths. WRITE Y-12, GLOBE-GAZETTE Birds, Dogs and Pets-- For Rent, Apartments FOR RENT--Sniall furn. apt., no children. 103 N. Pennsylvania. FOR RENT--Heated apt Ph. 2877. FOR RENT--Moi. front apt., furnished. 428 E. State. Ph. 1117-J. FOR RENT--Furnished or unfurnished apt. Phone 1729. FOR RENT--Furn. apt. 712 N. Mad. FOR RENT Apt., 4 rms. and b:ith,~very desirable 52H/2 Fifth S. E. PHONE 515 or 2372 FOR RENT--2.4 rm. mod. apts. $20 $25. Ph. 2357 or 3054. FOR RENT--5 rm. mod. apt. 3157J FOR RENT--4 and 5 rm. apts. in Marvyl Apts. Phone 2051. FOR RENT -- 5, rooms and bath mod. apt. Newly dec'r'd. Ph. 209. FOR RENT--April 1, modern apt., first floor, completely furnished. L. A. VANCE · Rogers Hotel Clear Lako MODERN APARTMENTS See J. B. YOUNGBLOOD Phone 86 FOR RENT--Mod. 4 rm. apt. with private bath. Clean. Heat and water furnished. 1337 N.' Federal. Phone 1423. FOR RENT--5 rm. duplex apt. E. V. Harper. Ph. 1773 or 1445. FOR RENT--Mod. apt., 3 rms. and bath, 2 Murphy beds. Call 210. Poultry^and Eggs-- FOR SALE--March 16, hatch of about 400 pure Hollywood strain S. C. White Leghorn baby chicks. 57.00 a ...100. No white diarrhea. Fred J. Paullus, Hampton, Iowa. Early Order Prices on Quality BABY CHICKS · "PEERLESS PEEPS ARE" BETTER" Do not bo misled by various quail- ties as Standard, Super and Triple Quality. Wo sell you only ono grade--the best. Per 100 White or Buf. Leghorns ....$ 9.00 White,, Bar Buf. Rocks and S. C. Rods $11.00 White Wydts., R. C. Reds, Buf. and White Orn §11.50 Heavy Assorted $ 0.00 Light .Assorted $ 7.00 Above prices are for all orders placed at once--?2 per 100-deposit, WE WILL DELIVER THE CHICKS WHEN YOU WANT THEM Telephone 1339 . THE PEERLESS HATCHERY CO. 404 South Federal Avenue For Sale--Real Estate-- FOR SALE--New home. Ph. 999. ,OT FOR SALE--N. W. Reasonable. Write T-12, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--Mod. 5 rm. bungalow in Grandview at the right price and favorable terms. Ph. 3414. W. H. Briar. FOR SALE--Practically new 5 rm. house, Wildwood addition. Phone 30 or 1944. NON-RESIDENT WILL SELL nice Forest Park bungalow. Guild, 8(57. FOR SALE--Very fine new bungalow. Modern in · every way, jood Jonntion. Splendid terms, iriccd right. Ilomey Kenity Co; 584. FOR SALE Small home, close in, $2,700, to settle estate. See Frank at 706 North Federal Household Goods-- 'OK SALE--P.'.ano, gas stove, refrigerator, kitchen tables, phonograph, "hone 1072. 104 North Jefferson. 'OR SALE--G rooms of lovely furniture. See ad in city briefs for terns listed. 125 llth St, N. E. No hone calls. Wm. O. Pnlmateer. Wanted to Buy-- WILL BUY EQUITY in 4 or 5 rm. bungalow or small house. Write K-10, Globe-Gazette. WE HAVE 4 buyers for small homes. 6 cash buyers for good bungalows'. We could rent 25 good homes--help us by listing yours. Komoy Realty Co. Phone 584. WILL PAY CASH For a good lot, close in, or a bungalow, 5-6 rooms Write ,J-13, GLOBE-GAZETTE WANTED--^A good used soda foun- , tain. Write P. O.jBox 173. Auto Accessories-USED CARS of MERIT 1931 Whippet 4 Sedan. Demo Save 5$$ 1930 Willya 6' Sedan. Low mileage 1929 Willys-Knight 6 Sedan. Like new 1929 Whippet 6 Coach. New tires 1929 Whippet 4 Coach. Perfect 1928 Chevrolet Coach. A-l 1927 Chevrolet Sedan. Very clean 1927-Whippet G Sedan. Original finish 1927. Whippet 4 Coupe. Cle"an . 1926 Ford T'ordor Sedan 1925 Oldsmobile 6 Sedan. Clean See the now WlUys 6 and 8 anJ Willys-Kniglit now on display. Price reduced §170 to $700- HATHORN AUTO CO PHONE 447--148 GOOD USED CARS SEE THEM AT THE 1927 Std. Buick Sedan .. . 1926 Studebakei- Duplex ., 192G Std. Nash Couch 1923 Buick Touring 1928 Whippet Coach 1928 Chrysler Coupe 1930 Buick Delux Sedan .. 1929 Hudson Sedan 1929 Std. Buick Sedan ..-. 1930 Willys-Knight Coach 1930 Delux De Soto Eight 1929 Willys-Knight Coach . ..5383 ..$ 95 ..§265 ..¥ 65 .-5185 ..$385 .$1385 ..5485 ..$745 ..$585 ..?785 ..$445 Phono 288 - 81C N. Federal Buick Cars--Kelly Tires '·USED GARS We have a very line assortment of Used Car Bargains -a few of which arc listed below. Ford ?0upe $ 25 Ford Tutlor, wire wheels .. S 98 Dodge Sedan ...$125 Pontiac Coach ?3C5 J..H. Mars ton , Where Your Dollars Do Their Duty 723 So. Fed. Phone 102 GOOD WILL USED CAMS' 1028 KnnI Fcnlor, Clean ]!»« EMMC Conch, Finn ConJIIhni 1020 Whippet Coach, Slick 102H 1'onllnc Slit. Cnlttic, A-l . 1020 Iurant Cnncli, I.llrc New .$200 ,5376 S30S Otlipr Mullen nnd Moilrls Vriced In S«ll ' For Sale^or Trade--^ 'OR SALE^OlTTRADE fair"Cows-Grey l:orso, 5 years old. Pl. 3SD7. FOR SALE--Domesticated rabbits, alive or dressed. 9 S. Monroe. Phone 1314-W. FOR SALE One 4 year old registered Togen- bcrg doe. Fresh in April. Roy Aider , Clear Laks FOR SALE--Cannrles, Singers and females. Very reasonable. Also wren, marten and dog houses. Earl's Rahbltry, Norn Springs. FOR SALE Pedigreed St. Bernard pups. Good, dependable dogs. Mnck Rubble, Britt, Iowa For Rent, Garages-- FOR RRNT--Nice garage. 411 Seventh St. N. W. Phone 1919-83. MANLY HOlVfE FOR SALE OH TRADE Excellent 8-room house, all modern, veil located, newly decorated. louble garage, fine garden, fruit recs nnd selected bushes. Drilled veil, excellent drinking water, also cistern. Will consider small home in good location in Mnson City. Write S-ll, GLOBE-GAZETTE For Sale or Rent-- FOR SALE OR RENT My 3 acres on the comer of Washington and Center street. Good modern 7-room house. Barn, chicken house, hog house and garage. Fruit of all kinds. Possession March 1. PHONE 178 V. G. Stanfield Clear Lake FOtt SALE OB RENT Modern house and cottage. Barjpiin. Lenvlng- town. A. G. PKIBBENOW, Clear Lake FOR SALE or Rent^-7 rm. all mod- bungalow at 223 Orchard Ave., Clear Lake. For particulars write Gcorjje Struck, Spencer, Iowa. Trade--Terms "IT ttlT.T, PAY YOU TO SEE ITS FIRST" ' U'n havo onn of Ilia tlurnt Kclnr-tJoim nt flond :d Cam In fnivn. Any, of them tuny lie iRht iin nnr mvn or thn O. M. A. ;. En»y imymcnt tlAn which menus nn nfldl- tlntiul snvInK In you. Oakland-Font IRC Motor Curs fcsulcR and Service 25-27 2ml St. S. E. Phone 36G7 Open jEvenlnpN nnd Sundnyji - WRKCKINQ HKIWICF, CAI.I, l l f l l OR 1:197 KVKNINC.8 Legal Notices NOTICE TO VOTERS Are You Registered? Under the plan of permanent registration adopted by the City of Mason City, you can register at any time, during office hours, at the office of the City Clerk, in the City Hall, except during the te,n day period prior to any election. If you are not registered, or having registered, have changed your residence address since registering, or, if a woman, have changed your name by marriage or divorce, you must register, correct your address, or re-register, to enable you to vote. This ia imperative. J. H. McEWEN, Commissioner of Registration. NOTICE OF RE3YEWAL OF CORPORATION Pursuant to the provisions of Section 8370 of the 1927 Code of Iowa and amendments thereto, notice is hereby published of the renewal of the incorporation and duration of the corporate existence of the Park Hospital Building Company for a further term of twenty years, n duly executed certificate showing the proceedings resulting in such ·renewal sworn to by the President and Secretary of the corporation, together with the Articles of Incorporation as amended and substituted, having been heretofore filed with the Secretary of State, by him duly recorded and forwarded to the Recorder of Deeds of the County of Cerro Gordo and duly recorded in said county, and the incorporation and recording fees having been duly paid, all as provided in Chapter 384 of the Code of Iowa and amendments thereto. · (1) 'The name of this corporation shall be "PARK HOSPITAL BUILDING COMPANY," and its principal place of business shall be Mason City, Iowa. (.2) The general nature of the business to'be transacted by this corporation shall be to erect, buy own, .maintain, sell, lease, remodel, and buildings, together with nurses' homes and other buildings appurtenant, incidental or accessory-to hospital buildings; to buy, sell,, own, acquire, lease, and dispose of furniture and fixtures and hospital furnishings, accessories, and equipment; to operate hospitals in the aforesaid buildings or wherever convenient or practicable; to conduct, maintain, and operate nurses' training schools; to buy, sell, own, hold, lease, let, mortgage, incumber, manage, and deal in real estate of all kinds and alao all kinds of personal property necessary, incidental, or accessory to any of the foregoing purposes; and to lease or let buildings held or owned by the corporation or parts thereof to physicians for offices or to other persona for purposes approved by the Board of Directors. (3) The amount of the authorized capital stock of this.corpora- tion shall be One Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars divided into One Thousand Five Hundred shares of par value of One Hundred Dollars each; of which Four Hundred Eighty-eight shares have been heretofore issued and the remainder of which shall be fully paid for by subscribers in cash or in property approved by the Executive Council or the State of Iowa before issuance. (4) The renewal duration of this corporation shall commence on the 30th day of January, 1931, A. D., and continue twenty years thereafter with right of renewal notwithstanding the stock purchase provisions of Section 83G5 of the Code of Iowa, unless sooner dissolved, by a two-thirds vote of all the stock issued and outstanding, at a regular stockholders', meeting or at a special election called for that purpose. (5) The affairs of this corporation shall be conducted by a Board of Directors consisting of not less than five nor more than nine stockholders. The directors shall be elected for the ensuing year at the annual meeting of the stockholders to be held on the third Monday of January, 1932, A. D., and on the third Monday of each January thereafter. The directors shall hold their offices for one year and until their successors are elected and qualified. From their own members, directors shall at their first meeting in each year elect a President a Vice President, and a Secretary and Treasurer, who shall hold their offices until _the next annual meeting of the corporation or until their successors are elected and qualified: Provided however that the office of Secretary and Treasurer may be vacated by a vote of a majority of the Board of Directors. (6) Special meetings of stockholders may be called at any time by direction of a majority of the Board of Directors or a majority of the stockholders to fill vacancies in the Board of Directors or transact such other business as may be necessary. The following shall be directors and officers: C. F. Starr, President, N. C. Stam, Vice President, H. D. Fallows, Secretary and Treasurer, L. R. Woodward, C. E. Cbenoweth. Should any officer ' or director part with his stock in the corporation, he shall" thereupon cease to be an officer or a director, and the Board of Directors shall have full power to appoint directors to -fill vacancies occurring between annual elections for the remainder of the term or until a successor is elected and qualified. (7) Private property of the members of this corporation shall be exempt from corporate debts. Dated February 18, 1931, A. D. PARK HOSPITAL BUILDING COMPANY. By--H. D. Fallows, Secretary and Treasurer. Jay W. Lorenz, Attorney. ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of the State of Iowa in and for Cerro Gordo County, April Term 1931. Equity No Wesley A. Dullam and Wallace W. Kinyon, Administrators, with will annexed, of the Estate o£ George W. Dullam, Deceased, Plaintiffs, vs. Robert Hill and Jennie A,. Hill, .his wife, Storm, and Mrs. · -- Storm, his wifej Storm Hill, a partnership, and the unknown heirs-at-Iaw, devisees, grantees and surviving husbands and wjves, if any, of each and all of said defendants who are deceased, including minor, insane and incompetent claimants, and unknown claimants of an interest in the West Half of the Southeast Quarter of Section 4, Township 95 North Range 21, West of the 5th P. M., Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, containing eighty acres more or less according to Government Survey, Defendants. To the Above Named Defendants: You and each of you are, hereby, notified that there is now on file n the office of the Clerk of the Dis- rict Court of Cerro Gordo County, ~owa, the petition of plaintiffs, claiming and alleging that plaintiffs, as administrators, with will annexed, of the Estate of George W. Dullam, deceased, arc the absolute owners of the West Half of the Southeast Quarter of Section 4, Township 95, North Range 21, West of the 5th P. M., Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, and praying that the title to said premises be quieted in them as against each and all of the defendants and unknown claimants and that you and each of you, the said defendants and unknown claimants, be- barred and forever estopped from having any claims, right or title to said premises, or any part thereof, adverse to the plaintiffs. That said petition alleges that any interest which the defendants, Storm Hill, a partnership, Storm and Mrs. Storm, his wife, or, If deceased, their assignees, heira-at-law, devisees, grantees and surviving husbands and wives, if any, claim to have in said above described land, by virtue of the Sheriff's Deed, .dated April 30, 1885, and on May 1, 1885 recorded in Book 33, page 210 of the deed records of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa was conveyed by Robert Hill and Jennie A. Hill, his wife to George G. Wobdford by quit claim deed, dated January 11, 18S7 and filed for record February 4, 1887 in Book 34, page 159 of the deed of records of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, because all.of the. right, title and interest of the defendants, Storm Hill, a partnership, antj Storm and Mrs. Storm, his wife, had, prior to said April 30, 1885, been conveyed and transferred to the said Robert Hill, and that Robert Hill, on said date, was the sole owner of the partnership of Storm Hill; that the said George G. Woodford is one of the previous grantors in the chain of title down to these plaintiffs. For further particulars see petition now on file. And unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of the next term, being the April Term, 1931, of said court, which commences at Mason City, Iowa, on the 13th day of April, 1931, default will be entered against you and judgment and decree rendered thereon. Dated this llth day of March. A. D. 1931. RUSSELL E. OSTRUS. Attorney for Plaintiffs. 403 Equitable BIdg., Des Moines, Iowa. TKEASURV HEI'ARTMENT, Oltlcn of (lie ^Supervising Architect. Washington, D C March 9, 1031. Soalcrt in duplicate suSJect to the conditions contained hi-reln, will he publicly opened In this office nt a p. m , April o. 1D31, for futntnhlng the materials nnd performing the work required f o r Installing a complete elevator plant In me u. S. poat office, court house, elo nl Mason city, Iowa. All prospective blJdem pro hereby notified 'that, unless the follow! ns Information- has been furnished -within the last ycnr on some other project for the Treasury Department, any bid submitted In rcsjronso to this advertisement must be ac- companlcd by a statement of facts In detail of the business anrt technical organization of the bidder available for the contemplated work, includliiE financial mources and building experience, etc. The United states reserve, the rlRht to reject a" bid In which the facts as to business and technical organization, financial resources, or building experience compared -with W project bid upon, Justify such rejection. The nuccennfu] bidder will he required to furnish ,tt performance bond of BO per cent of the contract price. Drawings and Bpeclticatlon, may be obtained from this office. Jas. A Wetmore, Actln K Supervising Architect. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL In District Court, January Terrn 193L STATE OP IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, as. No. 4071. To AH Whom It May Concern: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED," That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Joseph Hallock deceased, dated Nov. 8, 1017, having been this day filed, opened -and read, Monday, the 13th day of April, 1931, Is 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, nil persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, If any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Mason City, Iowa, March S. H. MacPEAK, Clerk of District Court. By-- Margaret Riley, Deputy. NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. No. 4057 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as Executor of the estate of Jacob Nissen deceased, late of Cerro Gordo County. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them duly authenticated to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk of the DU trlct Court. FRANK NISSEN. ' . Ralph S. Stanbery, Attorne' Dated March 10, 1031. S. H. MacPeak, Clerk District Com By--Margaret Riley, Deputy. NOTICE OF THE APFOINTMEtf OF EXECUTKK AND EXEOl TOIt STATE OF-IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. No. 4045 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE] that the undersigned have been du! appointed and qualified aa Execv trix and Executor of the estate c Andrew Overbeck, deceased, late « Cerro Gordo County. All persons ii debted to said estate are requeste to make immediate payment; an those having- claims against tt same will present them duly ai thcntlcated to the undersigned ft allowance, and file in the office t the Clerk of the District Court. · ELLEN OVERBECK and OSCAR OVERBECI Hugh H. Shepard, Attorney Dated March 10, 1031. S. H. MacPeak, Cleric District Coul By--Margaret Riley, Deputy. ·· Relieve the pain and tightness by rubbing the chest with BAUMIiV BENGUE (pronounced Bca-'Gay). Wonderful for head colds too. "O Ask for ^1 «' Ben-Gay Accept No Substitute* ; A profession that is practiced here with scientific accuracy -- and professional ethics. In the Morning! Just take a pleasant-tasting cand; Cascaret tonight and see how fin' you feel next morning. You waki with coating gone from your tongue Breath is sweet; eyes brighter; yoi feel like a different person. The nios pleasant way to be rid of constipatiol ills is with candy Cascarets. They an made from cascara--a never-failin( laxative--as any doctor will tell yoi --and a laxative that actually liclp strengthen the bowel muscles. So th- prompt, harmless relief Cascaret always bring is lasting! Their gcntlt* thorough action makes them idea for_ clcicrly people. Children low their delicious candy flavor. CLOSING OUT SALE On tho Fred Herman farm, 5 miles south and 7 miles east of iMaaon City, Iowa. TUESDAY, MARCH 17--1 O'CLOCK P. M. SHARP 46 - Head of Lives*o«k - 46 HORSES 1 hrown marn, i years old, \vt. 1500; 1 brown horse, wt. 1800; 1 emy horfift, 5 years old, wt. 1500; 1 gray horse, G years old, wt. 1SOO; 1 Kray horse, 8 years old, wt. 1350; 1 broivn mare, 4 years old, wt. 1-100; 1 hay marc, 4 years old, wt. 1400. MULES 2 black mules, muaoth mouth, wt. 2GOO; 3 brown mules, smooth mouth, wt. 3400; X black niulc, smooth mouth, wt. 1200; 1 bay. mule, smooth mouth, wt. 1200. CATTLE 3 cows: 15 head yearling- heifers; 15 head yearling steers. MACHINERY -- J. John Deem corn planter, 100 rods of Wire; 1 John Deero 2-row'corn plow, new; 2 John Deero singlo row plow.s; 1 John Dcero 20-whccl disc, new; 1 steel 4-scction drag; 1 wood 4-sectlon drajf; 1 drnj; cart; 1 John Dccro IG-Inch sulky plow- 1 Kmcrson Id-inch plow; l-siilo delivery ralcc; 1 10-ft..Jhay rake; I 5-ft. McCormick mower; 4 sets work harness; 1 wagon and b(\; 1 wngan nnd hay rack; 1 Economy separator and many otlnr smailr.r articles. - Orn TKKMS AS ARRANGED WITH CLERK FRED. HERMAN: Owner Auct. First Stato Bunk, Norn Springs. Clerk

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