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Mason City, Iowa
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MARCH 14 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 19 Advertise Your-Used. Furniture Here--Real Results Will Be Obtained I GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT AD RATES. Fifteen cents a line first Insertion. Ten cents a line tor each consecutive subsequent insertion. (Count five average words to the line.) Seven Insertions are given for the price of six. CLASSIFIED-DISPLAY ' .ADVERTISING. 70c per column inch each Insertion. A discount of 15 per cent will be allowed on all classified ad-, vertisements 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 ol the Globe-Gazette. Under no circumstances will the Globe-Gazette reveal the name of those inserting "blind" advertisements. Personals-MATERNITY Hospital for unfortunate girls; secluded, private, rates reasonable. For information write Fairmont hospital, 4911 Bast 27th Kansas ,City, Mo. Help Wanted, Male WANTED--Experienced bookkeeper. State age, training, experience, salary desired, first letter. Write M-14, Globe-Gazette. Help Wanted, Female-WANTED -- Experienced Beauty Operator. One with following preferred. Write T-14, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Good home cook; public experience not tnecessary. Character references required. Sweetser Sandwich and Waffle _Shop. -i WOMAN To represent large Iowa publishing house in Mason City. Profitable, pious tint employment. Teaching: or selling experience helpful but not necessary. See M. H. CAMPBELL ' Hotel Hanford, immediately Salesladies-- WAITED--Lady who can work 5 or 6 hours a day at saleswork in and around Mason City. Write Z-12, Globe-Gazette. WILL TAKE excellent care of piano for storage. Write K-14, Globe- Gazette. . STOMACH ULCERS, GASTRITIS SUFFERERS, get rid of your pain! Quick relief. No diet! Valuable booklet sent i'ree. TJdga Laboratories, 8989 Paul, Minn. Dakota Bldg.,' St. Lost and Found-- LOST Black leather purse Monday eve-, ntag. Finder rnay keep money it contained if they will please return purse, glasses nnd othrjf contents to GLOBE-GAZETTE Money to Loan- LOANS £ $300 --on-- DIAMONDS-FURN1TURK-AUTOS-SALA.P.? No Publicity No Delays 1 to 20 Months to Repay SECURITY LOAN CO. 321 1st Natl. Bit. Phone 412 OANS Household AND pptoS300 IAutomobiies Women everywhere easily earn §35 weekly selling .newest styles Pic- Wic frocks and raincoats. Experience unnecessary. FREE outfit. .Write today. Pickwick Co., Fort Wayne, Ind. Salesmen Wanted-- 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--Mod. furn. hskpg. rms., prlv ent. 316 N. Delaware. FOR RENT--1st floor front hskpg. rms.'Pri. ent 20 4th N. W. 1460J. FOR RENT--Large furnished room, close in. Phone 2795. FOR RENT--Room. Phone 1799-J. FOR RENT furn light housekeeping rooms. Clean, warm and pleasant. 423 North Pennsylvania For Rent, Apartments r For Rent, Farms-FOR RENT--Small furn. apt., no children. 103 N. Pennsylvania. FOR RENT--Heated apt. Ph. 28777 FOR-RjENT--Moi. front' apt., furnished. 428 E. State. Ph. 1117-J. FOR RENT--Furn. apt. 712 N. Mad. FOR RENT--Mod. apt., 3 rms. and bath, 2 Murphy beds. Call 210. FOR RENT--Fur.msned or unfurnished apt. Phone 1729. FOR RENT Apt., 4 rms. and bath, very desirable 521 i/j Fifth S. E. PHONE 515 or 2372 FOR RENT--2 hskpg. rooms. 2360W. mod. furn. light No children. Ph. FOR RENT--2 furn. hskpg. rooma. 422 N. Georgia. Phone 886-W. FOR RENT--Room. Phone 593. FOR RENT--Furn. light hskpg rms. also slpg. rms. Ph. 3345-W. FOR RENT--Furn. room for girls; meals if desired. Ftione 3412-JR. 319 Fifth St. N. W. FOR RENT--Slpg. rms. 203 1st S.E. REMARKABLE SALESMAN'S OPPORTUNITY Unusual opportunity for man with first class selling ability to take over distributorship jf metal specialties nationally advertised. Large manufacturer with sales over §2,- 000,000 a year. Prospects include Stores, Factories, Hotels, Restaurants, Garages, Schools, Churches, Colleges, Hospitals, County and City Buildings, Homes, Farms, etc. Not an- ordinary selling job, but 'a real business of your own with opportunities for earnings ranging from $5,000 to $10,000 and up, .depending on territory. Earnings can start at once. Give details of your experience in first letter. Address General Manager, Box 083, Dayton, Ohio. FOR RENT--Large front heated hskpg. rooms. Ask Mrs. Harris. FOR RENT--1, 2 and 3 rm. furn. apts. 512 N. Pennsylvania. FOR RENT Two large modern sleeping rooms. Gentlemen preferred. Phone 1901 214 5th N. B. For Rent--Fur. hk. rm. 207 6th N.E. Agents-- MEN--To distribute circulars, almanacs, samples, etc., for National Advertisers. Spare or full time. Experience unnecessary. No selling or soliciting. Good pay. Write International,' 4701 Sheridan Road, Chicago. jyarAT.iatF.NTS MONTHLY SNAPSHOTS -- Write for F R E E beautiful pocket photo novelty, ! sample print and price list of photo- 'inishing that is different. Snappy Snapshots, Cherokee, Iowa. C. L. PINE LOAN CO. .204-5-6 Weir Bldg. State St. Fed. Ave. Phone 224 AUTOMOBILE or FURNITURE LOANS Cars Refinanced and Payments Reduced Home Loan Finance IF YOU.-WANT'to'get "your groceries and household supplies'at wholesale, and a wonderful chance :o^make $15 profit a day besides, send me your name Immediately. STo experience necessary. New Ford Sedan free to producers. ALBERT MILLSj 7097 MONMOUTH, CINCINNATI, OHIO. COMPANY 2nd Floor M. B. A. Bldg. Ph. 727 FARM LOANS Prompt service. Act now for spring. W. L. PATTON 109 East State Street I HAVE $800 to invest in business with services. Correspondence confidential. Box 133, Mason City. Insurance-INSURANCE Non-assessable Ins. on autos, dwellings and contents at 30 to 50% saving. Geo. Van Every. 3983-2338J. Situations Wanted -- EXP Wants work on farm. No smoker or quitter. Write S-13, GLOBE-GAZETTE MARRIED MAN WANTS WORK on farm. Write Z-13, Globe-Gazette. WOMAN WANTS WORK by day or hour. Phone 3309-W. WOMAN WANTS HOUSEKEEPING--References. Phone 3266-J. Middleaged woman wants housewk. on farm. 916 Fifteenth PI. N. E. YOUNG MAN WANTS WORK ON FARM--Phone 3897. Musical Instruments-FOR SALE--B-flat cornet. Ph. 2326 Business Opportunities -- 60, good appearance, fair education, in a paying business of hi?. own. Profits not large to start with but will increase as you learn the business. Must furnish A-l references and have car for delivery. Make application in own handwriting to McCONNON COMPANY, Dept. C-1462, Winona, Minn. GO INTO BUSINESS--Make big Money. We start you, furnishing everything. Experience unnecessary. FEDERAL PURE FOOD CO., 2301 Archer, Chicago. FOR SALE Small cafe, fixtures, good business N. W. part of city. PH. 2845J FOR SALE Oil Station and Store Building ad Joining-, suitable for Super Service, Gnrage or other business. This Is a going business. Will trade. Write S-14, GLOBE-GAZETTE Strange ironing cord. Prevents scorching. Saves electricity. Abolishes kinks, snarls. Approved by ;ood Housekeeping. For telephones also. 200 per cent profit. Samples 'urnished. Neverknot, 4503 Ravenswood, Chicago. NEW NEON SIGN INVENTED'-Dazzling new display sign; genuine Neon; beats $200 signs; sells for only few dollars; vivid colors, changeable letters, flashing lights; sensation; distributors and salesmen wanted. Wire or write, Preston Mfg. Co., St. Louis, Mo. Represent AUTO SEAT COVER manufacturer. Defy all competition. Make 50 per cent commission. Elaborate outfit free. Marvelo, 2300-AF Wabansia, Chicago. Address cards at home. Earn upwards $25 weekly, spare 'time. Everything furnished. No selling. Particulars for stamp. Creme De Chenc Co., 4501 S. Western, Chicago. WANTED A representative in Mrtson City territory. This is something new am will put you In a position to earn ?250 or more a month, no canvassing, pleasant work. Talk to yom friends and acquaintances, you wil help them financially. Experience unnecessary. Write 301 LAFAYETTE BLDG., Waterloo , Iowa FOR RENT--Clean mod. 4 rm. apt. with private bath. Heat, water furnished. 1337 N. Federal. Ph. 1423. FOR RENT--5 rm. mod. apt. 3157J FOR RENT--5 rm. duplex; prices to suit. Phone 3825-W. ' FOR RENT--10 room duplex; reasonable.; southwest part city. 314 First St. N. W. FARM FOR RENT--Charles E. Naylor, 604 S. Fourth, Clear Lake. For Rent, Garages-FOR RENT--Fireproof garage, cement floor. S. E. part. Ph. 1238. For Sale--Real Estate-1 FOR SALE Duplex, very cheapi Payments like rent, Live in one side, rent the other. Z-14, GLOBE-GAZETTE THE OLD HOME TOWN .By Stanley FOR SALE--4 lots. Phone 1892, FOR SALE--New home. Ph. 999. FOR SALE 18 choice north shore lots. Do not wait. Secure one or more now. For particulars Phone 464. C. S. COLLINS Clear Lake LOT FOR SALE--N. W. Reasonable. Write T-12, Globe-Gazette. 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 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 1B44. MODERN APARTMENTS See J. B. SOUNGBLOOD Phone 36 FOR RENT--5 rm. duplex apt. E. V. Harper. Ph. 1773 or 1445. FOR RENT--Rooms. 132 2nd S. W, For Rent--Hkg. rms. 421 N. Adams Services Offered- PAINTING, PAPERING. Ph. 2777. Paper'g., palnfg. Stewart. 2835W. Colored woman wants bundle washings. Guaranteed to please. Phone 2367rJ. ' - FOR KENT Very desirable apt., close in, 4- rms. and bath, heat and water furn. 123 N. MADISON For Sale. Miscellaneous--SPARKLING clean mineral always delivers lovely soft water. Never packs no screens with the world's best flownge. Chas. C. Willey. FOR SALE--Graded potatoes, $1.00 a bu. T. A. Davis, 1 mile south of Burchinal. WANTED--Washing nnd Ironing. Call for and deliver. 148 10th S. W. listerns cleaned, rep'r'd. Ph. 1279W. GENERAL OF HOUSECLEANING ALL KINDS Clean wall paper 50c room and up. Wash woodwork and painted walls, wax and polish floors. Kalsomine and muresco. Do painting and varnishing. By hour or job. Estimates free. PHONE 3030. WANTED--Washiugs. Ph. 2448-J. UPHOLSTERING. Repairing. Cornstock Furn. Co., Phone 2708. PAINT'G., Paperg. Turner. 1470J. PAPERING, Painting. Klarr. 2127W. PAPERING, PAINTING--iReason- able prices. A. M. Eddy, Ph. 3246W. UPHOLSTERING REP AIRING---REFINISHIN G MACKET'S 403 1st S. W. PHONE 782 DISCS SHARPENED on your farm without taking apart. J; H. WESTCOTT 20 Third St. N. E. Ph. 2727J Wanted To Rent-- FOR SALE Brooder house and hard coal stove for 1,000 chickens, all complete. John Deere l'/j h.p. engine. 1 Mel- otto cream separator, almost new. '20 Ford roadster nnd PH. 3897 truck box. FOR SALE--Invalid's chair, ball bearing, runs easily, fine condition'. .Burdette organ, plain walnut cdse, ft dull finish, suitable for writing desk. Also antique walnut furniture. G. E. Troeger, Charles City. Phone 40GJ. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 62 acres unimproved farm, river pasture, and road gravel land; similar 48 acre-tract with house, barn, and open gravel pits, near town, nnd suitable for cliicken and truck form, stock buyer or feeding; fine large house with extensive grounds suitable for home, hospital or hotel road-house and cabin camp, combination; and roomy house with modern conveniences and large garden space (located in Rockford and vicinity). Also a modern I'/j-story house at 116 Tenth St. S. W. In Mason City. Reasonable offers will be acceptable to non-resident heirs to close estates. JAY W. LORENZ, Attorney. Phone 280. · FOR SALE Small home, close in, $2,700, settle' estate. See Frank nt 706 North Federal to FOR SALE--Lot. Call 1866-J. For Rent, Houses-- FOR RENT--7 rm. mod. house. Ph. 56G or 827. FOR RENT--7 rm. house and garage at 210 Sixth S. E. Ph. 1575-J. STORE FIXTURES Counters, Scales, Cases, Safe; full equipment for Grocery or General Store. Artz and Boiler, Greene, la. FOR SALE--RADIO Battery operated. Exceptionally good loud speaker. Majestic super B eliminator. $10. Phone 2310W. For Sale, Farms- FOR RENT--6 rm. all mod. houae on N. Monroe. Inq. 422 First N. W. Phone 3975. THE 15ECIPE PROP CAKES THEONEVOU OF CHAR LEYS HEE HEE i i THE PARDON \ CAME TOO. 1 L LA-A-ATE! MRS. PRY015 ^AVE" THE NE\N BRIDE NEXTDOO THE V\ire.ON3 J5ECJPE TODAV ANDVJRTOAUL^ RUINEPTHE'lBORROvV/N^ FRIENDSHIP'' SHE HAD SUCH H!5H -- AN USEFUL. -HOPES Do you want to rent, buy or sell a home. Call W. H. priar. Ph. 3414. FOR RENT--6 rm. mod. house with acreage. Phone Johnson, 48 or 2182. '- WANTED TO RENT--By April 1, mod. 5 or 6 room bung. Ph. 2551. WANTED TO RENT 5 or 6 room all modern bungalow in good location by responsible party before April 1. Write R-14, GLOBE-GAZETTE Educational Opportunities Trade or Exchange WANTED TO TRADE 10-rm. duplex for bungalow or 10 A. tract or more. Write G-14, GLOBE-GAZETTE FOR TRADE City property for small farm near Mason City. Write W-14, GLOBE-GAZETTE FOR EXCHANGE ,Fine modern home in Clear Lake for Southeast Mason City home. C. S. COLLINS, Clear Lake Household Goods-FOR SALE--0 rooms of lovely furniture. See nd In city briefs for Items listed.' 125 lith St. N. E. No phone calls. FOR SALE--Cook stove, gas at- tachm't 20 12th N. W. Ph. 2462J. For Sale--Round table. Ph. 1517W. FOR SALK--Piano, eras stove, refrigerator, kitchen tables, phonograph. Phone 1072. 104 North Jefferson. Poultry and Eggs-FOR SALE White Minorca Hatching Eggs; $3 a 100. PHONE 12-F-21, CLEAR LAKE MEN -- WOMEN, 18 up -- $105.00$250.00 month. Government jobs. Steady work. We coach you for Mason City examinations. Full particulars and list positions--FREE. Apply immediately -- today sure. Write X-7, Globe-Gazette. CHICAGO JOINT STOCK LAND BANK Foreclosed Farm Bargains Why rent when you can own your own farm for less? Cerro Gordo County--The James Smith farm of 160 A. Z/ 2 miles north of Rockwell, '/ 2 mile to school. On road ono mile off pavement. Buildings require some repair. Soil very good. Excellent location. 'Land partly tiled. $3,000 will handle, balance long time at 5'/4%. Floyd County--The Martin farm of 104 acres two miles west of Floyd. One-half mile off pavement. Buildings In very good repair. Good location. ' $2,500 will handle, balance long time nt 5i/ 2 %. Howard County--The I'eavey farm of 263 acres two miles north of Riccville. Good road. Pleasant location. Close to good high school. Highly improved including silo. Equipped for dairying. Some timber. Running water. Improvements worth nearly what wo are asking for the farm. 33,500 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 153 FOR RENT Cottages on Lake Front and close In. A few all year homes. Barbecue stand, fully equipped; has dining room with tables, on Shady Beach. H. L. FRY Phone 134-W Clear Lake Office i/ 2 block from bath houses. USED CARS of MERIT 1931 Whippet 4 Sedan. Demonstrator. Save. 1930 Willys 6 Sedan. Low mileage. 1929 Willys-Knight 6 Sedan, Like new, 1929 Whippet 6 Coach. Very clean. 1929 Whippet 4 Coach. New tires. 1928 Chevrolet Coach. Very clean. 1928 Chevrolet Coupe. Like new. 1926 Chevrolet Coupe. Good. 1927 Whippet 4 Coupe. A-l. 1926 Ford Tudor. 1925 Ford Tudor. 1923 Dodge Sedan. See the new Willys 0 nnd 8 nnd Willys-Knight now on display. Price reduced §170 to §700. HATHORN AUTO CO. PHONE 447--148 FOR RENT--5 room all modern house. 317 Third St. N. E. Phone 999. FOR RENT--6 rm. house, Fourth St. ¥ N. E., $25 mo., Phone 1071-J. CLOSING OUT SALE --of-REPOSSESSED CARS A good assortment to select from. Low Prices. Terms If Desired. See Us. C. E. BROOKS CO. 223 2nd St. S. W. Phone 280 FOR RENT A real villa on shore, charming location, 6 rooms, fireplace, hot and cold showers, lot 200x200 ft. Modern 5 room bungalow, with garage, on shore. $125 season. PHONE 4G4 C. S. COLLINS Clear Lake, Iowa. Auto Accessories-- WANTED--Names of men desiring outdoor jobs; $140-$200 month; vacation. Patrol forests and parks; protect game. Wonderful opportunities. Details free. Write Delmar Institute, M-139, Denver, Cola. LEARN LINOTYPE--Fine trade, steady work. Home or college instruction. Free catalog. Bennett Institute. Maumee, Ohio. RADIO--TELEVISION TALKIES Trained men needed at good start- Ing salaries. Early advancement. Learn at home. Employment nnd Consultation Service furnished. New kind of training, endorsed by Radio manufacturers and dealers. Write RADIO AND TELEVISION INSTITUTE 2144 Lawrence Ave., Chicago. Board and Room-BOARD AND ROOM--Clean rooms, good home cooking. Phone 1817W- Wanted to Buy-WANTED--A good used soda fountain. Write P. O. Box 173. WANTED TO BUY Or will trade 1D30 Chevrolet Coach for lot located in East Park Addition. Write N-13, GLOBE-GAZETTE FARM FOR SALE 43 acre farm, North Shore. C. S. COLLINS, Clear Lake Birds, Dogs and Pets-FOR SALE German stock' dog, good cattle and watch dog. Also black mustang pony, very gentle. THEO. 'THOMPSON Manlv» Iowa Box 111 FOR SALE 1925 Ford Coupe. Balloon tires, new license, very good body--$30. A Ford Truck. Very good tires, a grain box--$295. 1929 Coach. Dark blue coach. 1028 Pontlac Coach--$295. Loans oil Government Insurance taken at regular 4(/^%. PHONE 2918W Legal Notices OFFICIAL NOTICE FOR SALE BY OWNER 1 ton G. M. C. Truck In A-l condK tion. PHONE 2189-J FOR SALE . One 4 year old registered Togen- bcrg doe. Fresh in April. Roy Alder , Clear Lalts FOR SALE--Canaries, Singers and females. Very reasonable. Also wren, marten and dog houses. Earl's Raltbltry, Nora Springs. FOR SALE Pedigreed St. Rernard pups. Good, dependable dogs. Mack Rubble, Britt, Iowa For Sale or Rent-- COUNTY records show that \VP nave unltl and delivered nrnrly TWICE n* many used car* as any denier Jn Hie county. To bn r.xact iv« Tire jtint Z deal* short of doubling tlic Bnlcs of n ccrtnln denlnr that advertises and elaborates how rellnblRi honest and permanent he is. WE co on rrcnrrt flaying we lead In *aleR And challenge anyone rilftntitlnff thnt fjtct to publish their figures. In the District Court of Iowa, in nnd for Cerro Gordo County, April Term, 1931. Cecile I. Vedder, Plaintiff, V3. Orlo G. Vedder, Defendant. To Orlo G. Vedder: You are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Courl of the abo^e named County and State, a petition of Cecile I. Vedder Claiming of you a divorce from the bonds of Matrimony on the grounds of desertion and alimony and costs of this action. Plaintiff's petition states that you and plaintiff were married in December, 1927, and tha you without just cause or excuse therefor deserte.d plaintiff more them two years ago. For further particulars see plaintiff's petition which is now on file. Now, unless you appear thereto and defend on or before noon of th second day of the next term of saic Court to be held at the courthouse in Mason City, Iowa, hi said County commencing on the 13th day o April, 1931, default will ba enterec against you and judgment renderec thereon in accordance with th prayer of said petition. F. A. ONTJES, Attorney for Plaintiff OUR hilftlnpss fs built on thn foundation of Rntls- fnctlim. Wr, llkn any dealer thut IH frnnk, Iionest and sincere, expert n n In pay far tv car when you buy it. FOLLOW IhR crnwil. Snrely nearly 1,QDI) people couldn't KO u'ronr tin that'* very ntnr the number of nnlcs nut of our plncc olnco Jan. 1, 1030. FOR SALE or Rent--7 rm. all mod- bungalow at 223 Orchard Ave., Clear Lake. For particulars write George Struck, Spencer, Iowa. NOTICE OF PKOBATE OF WILL FOR KENT OR SALE 6-rm. and bath mod. house, garage, on paved street. Small family. PHONE 1499J FOU KENT OR SALE--00 acres, 21/2 miles from Clc:ir Lnke. Th.'.s Is good land and well Improved. FREEMAN KENYON, Clear Lake, In. In District Court, January Term 1931. STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. No. 4073 To AH Whom It May Concern: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED That an instrument of writing pur porting to be the last Will an Testament of Martin Faktor, de Schekei Motor 40 CARS to choose from A GUARANTEE ·That Is More Than Conversation" ceased, dated May 2, 1927, havin TTATR TTRFRAT TirirvT=! been this day filed, opened and read FAIR, LIBERAL TERMS Monday, the 13th day of April, 1031 is fixed for hearing proof of sam at the Court House In Mason City Iowa, before the District Court o said County or the Clerk of sal Court; and at 2 o'clock p. m. of th day above mentioned, all persons in terested are hereby notified and re quired to appear, and show causi If any they have, why said instru mcnt should not be probated an FORD and LINCOLN Used Car Salesroom 2 Doors West of Globe-Gazette THE BUSIEST CORNER IN TOWN lowed as and for the last Will and estament of said deceased. Dated at Mason City, Iowa, aarch 11, 1931. S. H. MacPEAK, · Clerk of District Court, y--Margaret, Riley, Deputy. OTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL District Court, January Term, 1931. TATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. No. 4072 To All Whom It May Concern: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED That an Instrument of writing pur- lorting to be the last Will and ^estament of Thomas D. Cookman, leceased, dated Jan. 16, 1928, hav- ng been this day filed, opened and ead, Monday, the 13th day of tpril, 1931, is fixed for hearing roof of same at the Court House n Mason City, Iowa, before the Dis- rict Court of said County or the Clerk of said Court; and at 2 'clock p. m. of the day above men- loned, all persons Interested are .ereby notified and required to ap- iear, and show cause, if any they lave, why said instrument should lot be probated and allowed as and or the last Will and Testament of aid deceased. Dated at Mason City, Iowa, March 11, 1931. S. H. MacPEAK, Clerk of District Court By--Margaret Riley, Deputy. TREASURY DEPARTMENT. Office of till- uporvlstnE Architect, Washington, D. C. Mnrcli 9. 1031. Scnlcd bills In .lupllcnd ubjcct to the conrtlltons contained herein vlll h« imblicly opened in lliln o f f i c e ui S p. m., April G, 1031. for furntshlns th m.ltcrinla nnd pcrformlnc; the wnrk rcantrcc "or installing a complete elevator plant in lie u. S. post office, court house, etc., ilason City, Iowa. All prospective liMtl,-. ^re hereby notified that, unless the follow np information lias been furnished within ho last year on some other project for th Treasury Department, any hid gubmltlccl ii response to (his advertisement must be ac companion" by a statement of facts In ilttal of the huslrjens and technical organization o .he hldilcr available for"'lhe contemplatcr work. Including financial resources an* 1 building experience, etc. The United States expressly reserves the right to reject an hid In which the facts as to an technical organization, financial resources or building experience compared with th project bid upon. Justify such rejection. Th successful bidder will he required to fumls a performance bond of 50 per cent of th contract price. Drawings and specification may be obtained from this, office. Jas. A Wetmorc, Acting Supervises Architect. AT THE HOSPITALS John Murray, 610 Pennsylvanl avenue northeast, was admitted t Story hospital for treatment Fri day. E. G. Olson, Forest Cily, was at! mitted to Mercy hospital for a majo operation Friday. F. W. Wright, 231 Twenty-slxt street southwest, was admitted Park hospital for treatment Fr day. Miss Hazel Dulancy, Rockfon was admitted to Park hospital for mapor operation Friday. Mrs. Harry Hahn, Northwoo was admitted to Mercy hospital fi a major operation Friday. Patricia Murphy, Crane apar ments, was admitted to Mercy hoi pital for treatment Friday. Mrs. C. J. Tollefson, Maddock, 1 Dak., who underwent a major ope atlon at Park hospital, was di. missed Friday. Charlie Amendt, Rockwell, wa dismissed from Park hospital Fr day following examination an treatment. T. A. Lusk, Algona, who has bee at Park hospital for examinatlo: wns dismissed Friday. Thomas Holmes, 711 Elevcnt street northeast, was. illsmisse from Park hospital Friday followin treatment. Mrs. Earl Sheka, 116 Seventh :reet northeast, who underwent a ajor operation at Mercy hospital, as dismissed Saturday. Lewis Hahn, Floyd, wag dls- lissed from Mercy hospital Satur- · following a minor operation. , iusan Peterson, 229 Second street ortheast, who underwent a major deration at Mercy hospital, waa ismissed Saturday. Mrs. Charles Ollenburg, Garner; ·ho underwent a major operation t Mercy hospital, was dismissed. Mrs. W. P. Merkel, 69 River ·leights drive, who underwent .a minor operation at Park' hospitaU as dismissed Friday. _ ;,_ Mrs. Andrew Peterson, 617 North fth street, Clear Lake, was dlq- missed from Park hospital Friday ollowing examination and treatment. Reva Calkins, Manly, was admit- ed to Mercy hospital for a major iperation Friday. E. Cr Peterson, Lake Mills, wa3 admited to Mercy hospital for i major operation Friday. Mra. John Ryan, Corwith, waa admitted to Mercy hospital for a, major operation Friday. ' Mrs. 1 Neil Johnston, 119% South 'ederal avenue, was dismissed from. Vtercy hospital Friday following reatment. . · Another voice easily tuned out when jazz fills the air is the voic5 if conscience.--ICewaneo Star-Cour- QUESTIONS ABOUT COMPOSERS GIVEN (Continued From I'QKC 15) production is 17,400 cars annually. Requires Bumble Boo. 19.--What is the only insect that can fertilize clover? The large bumble bee is the only insect that can fertilize ciover. If not for Wsi bumble bee the red clover could not develop seed. It is known as one of the most important benefits to the farmer.':. 20.--Is bluing a dye or a bleach? Bluing is considered a dye in Ramsey and Wcston's "Araificlal Dyestuffs" along with Prussian blue, Wlltramarine blue, and coal tar derivatives. 21.--Who invented 1 twin beds? Thomas Sheraton, an English furniture maker invented twin beds as well as many other pieces of furniture. ' 22.--What percentage of the elec-i tors in 1789 voted for Georgo Washington to be president of the United States in 1789? One hundred per cent of the electors vote;! George Washington to be president of the United States in 1789. 23.--What will remove chocolate stain from tablecloths? By washing chocolate stained tablecloth in cold water and rubbing with soap or borax is a fine method' for removing chocolate stain from a tablecloth. 24.--What is 'the national hymn of Canda ? The national hymn of Canada la "The Maple Lent Forever" by Alexander Muir. It goes aa follows: In days of yore from. Briton's Shore Wolfe, the dauntless hero came .,' And planted 1 firm Britannia's flag On Canada's fair domain. Here may It wave, our boast, our. pride And joined in love together, ; The Thistle, Shamrock, Rose entwine The Maple Leaf forever! 25.--What is the most ancient example of independent sculpture in. the world today? The Great Sphinx is the most ancient example of independent sculpture known.

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