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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 15, 1944
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Classified Advertising Information lOTi discount if paid at time of ! insertion. 3% discount on all classified »ds paid within 10 days of last insertion. Tub u 6 Him typ« Th« rates (or tnij itu «yp» an TABLE OF ECONOMY WANT AD PRICES 1 Day 3 Days 6 Days 2 Lines ... S .30 S .75 $1.32 3 Lines ... .45 1.13 1.98 4 Lines ... .60 1.50 ' 2.84 5 Lines ... .75 1.83 3.30 6 Lines ... .90 2.25 3.96 7 Lines ... 1.05 2.83 4.62 8 Lines ... 1.20 3.00 5.28 9 Lines ... 135 338 5.94 Coming Soon, March 15 ARE YOU PREPARED TO PAY YOUR INCOME TAX? We can'loan you the money. Loans from $25.00, $50.00, $150.00, $250.00 and up. Federal Discount Corp. 19 1 /- N. Federal Ave. Ph. 516 R. G. HAINES, Manager This is 10 point type. The rates for this size type are-- 2 Lines 3 Lines 4 Lines 5 Lines 6 Lines 7 Lines 8 Lines 9 Lines 1 Day 3 Days 6 Days $ .40 S1.05 $1.92 .60 .80 1.00 1.20 1.40 1.60 1.80 1.58 2.10 2.63 3.15 3.68 4.20 4.73 2.88 3.84 4.80 5.76 6.72 7.68 8.64 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 Day 3 Days 6 Days 1 Inch S .80 S2.25 $4.35 JUST CALL 3800 AND ASK FOR AN AD-TAXER Index to Classified Agent! 26 · Acreage Si Apt*, for Rent 3S i Amuiemenu 7 , Auto Acc'sories 62 :Aulos for Sil« 60 'Auto Trucks . 61 (Auto Financing 13 'Beauty Shops .. 12 Board. Room - 38 Bus. Locations 30 Bus. Op'tunities II Cafes .. .. . U Card of Thanks 2 Cemeteries A3 Cleaners, Oyers 15 Cottages . MS . Death Notices I DOES. Birds. Pets 43 Electrical A'J2 Farms for Sale 39 Farms for Rent 40 Florists . . * Foods 45 Funeral Director 3 Garages S2 Gardens A 43 Help Wanted. Malt. Female tt Help Wtd~ llaltSO Help Wanted. Female . 31 Help Wtd_ With Investment . . 19 Homes (or Sale 35 Houses for Rent 34 cruhold Goods 54 In MemorUro.. A2 Instruction 118 Insurant* .. .. 10 Investment . . . 9 Uvest'k for Sale 42 Location Wtd- Ala Lost. Found .. 6 Lots for Sal* .. 36 Machinery ... 41 Misc. 'or Rent 48 Misc. tor Sale Money to Loan 8 Musical Instr... 48 Nursery Stock Offiw Equlpt- Oftices for Rent Optometrists Personals · · Poultry. Eggs Radio .. . Real Estate - 51 Real Est Loans AG Rooms for Rent 32 Sal* or Trade, 31 Sale or Rent..B35 Salesladies 24 Salesmen . Seeds. Feeds .. Services Off ered 23 Situation Wta. Swap Service. Wanted. Misc... 59 wtd. to Borrow 58 Wanted to Buy 56 Wanted to Rent 57 Wear's Apparel 53 Death Notice* DURR. Harry H.. 61. lifetime resident Cerro Gordo county, died suddenly Monday evening at his home, 415 Sth S. E Funeral services are to be held Thuredav afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the McAuley anb Son funeral home with the Rev. Georse O. Marsh, pastor of the FiMt Christian church, diluting. Burial -will be in Elrmvood cemetery. The lilcAuley and Spn funeral home in charge. KEI.LY, Mrs, Matt. 74. died at a local hospilal Sunday morninc at 10 o'clock, following a lingering illness. Funeral services will be held Wednesday morning at 9:30 o'clock at St. Joseph's Catholic church, with Father P, J. Behan officiating. Burial will be at Elmwood cemetery- The. Rosary . will be said Monday and Tuesday evenings »t 8 o'clock at the IVIeyer funeral home. The St. Joseph Tabernacle society will say the Rosary at 4 p. m. Tuesday. The Meyer funeral-home in charge. SCHUTZ. Henry Otto, 50. died Monday morning at a local hospital. Funeral services are to b« held Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Patterson ^-i funeral home with the R*v. Oswald E. · ' G. Mall, pastor of St. James Lutheran 11 church, officatinc. Burial will be in R! Clear Lake cemetery-. The Patterson fu- ·ft neral home in charge. Card of Thanks w.'WE wish to express our appreciation for ri the many acts of kindn ess and cx- 1 pressions of sjinpathy and condolence ,/*extended by our friends and neighbors -". during the recent illness jmd d*ith of our beloved wife and sister. iMr. E. G. Dunn. Mr. and Mrs. J. f, Ufaroncy. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. atcGuirc. Mr. and Mrs. J. r L. McGuIre, Mrs. M, E, Brunson. air. and Mrs. J. F, Dunn and. family. Funeral Directors PATTERSON Funeral Home. Known for service. Ambulanc*. 323 North Washington, Phone 1140. MAJOR Funeral Home, 209 Second N E. Efficient Service plus Reverence. Ambulance. Phone 511. McAULZY and Son Funeral Home. Complete service Day and Night. 8 South Adams. PhonB 651. 1IEYER Funeral Home. A beautiful sen-ice need not bt costly. Ambulance service. Phone 1505. SPENCER CORSETERE. Phont for appointment. 51I4-W. evenings. Personals DRIVING to Los Anjeles. Cal.. around Feb. SOIh. Would lifce lady companion. Ref. exchanged. Ph. 3231. Lost, Found ST--Will party who mistakenly toon brown Calif, wt, overcoat size 41. from Bus Depot Sun. night either return same to Depot or call 17-F-21. Has ttfn P'g skin gloves and car Keys in pockel LOST--Person ivho took Mac* purse by -_S? is ' alic "' Moose Sunday nicht call 2i31-R-l. Reward, LOST--Lady's black cloth coin pur« m postoftice Monday. Contained locket. thotos and money. Phone 926. Reward LOST-- I black, curly haired puppy. Lib eral reward. Call 2201 Money to Loan CASH LOANS When You Need Cash YOU DON'T WANT RED TAPE! Through our Personal Loan Serv- vSiT 3r 'TMJ :an get mon «y WHEN YOU NEED IT. Prompt, Courteous. Dignified. United Financial Service Family Finance Counselors 15\i North Federal Over Ford Hopkrni Drug Store Don't Cash War Bonds 530 70 Years SECURITY LOAN CO. P M SIMON. Mgr. p honf tn Boom 3:i rjrs , N , a j jd§ Money to Le«n FARM MORTGAGES, ; 4% No Commission, 20 Yrs. pre payment privileges. Come and talk it over. 'W. L. PATTON 109 East State Optometrists 11 DETECTIVE vision can lie corrected with proper glasses. See Dr. Knuteon, Opt., Weir bids. Chiropractors Al I HEALTH through normal nerve function. Or R J and Dv. Lucy E. Garner. 708 North federal Radio FOR SALE--SmalJ, Grunov; table model radio, 525. Call it 1618 N. Adams. Seed*, Feeds 17 Sears Com Master Hybrid Seed Corn SUPREME C/UALITY We have the type of corn tint Is adaptable to your locality. 95r. Germination. Available in small, medium or large flat or round kernel. S6.45 to S7.95 Per Bushel. Sears, Roebuck Co. MASON CITY. IOWA FOR SALE--10 Ion haled alfalfa hay Paul Douglas, ',i ml. East of city limits on Highway No. 15. FOR SALE--ID tons of baled alfalfa hav Baled at the ham. Nicholas i Radloff. SVi mi. West on IStli St. road. FOR SALE--Corn fodder. Don Blair 3!i mi. West on 12th St. N. W. CONTROL Seed Oats for sale Germination 9S?i. purity fi9^ Truck load orders delivered in thi statt. Burt Grain Co.. Clarion, toiva Business Opportunities 18 ONE OF THE BEST MONEY MAKING BEAUTY SHOPS IN NORTH CENTRAL IOWA Catering to the Permanent Wave Business FOR RENT or will pay a salary and divide profits. This shop can keep two operators busy permanently. Completely equipped with hi s h class equipment, same location for years, steam heated building. If you are an experienced operator and interested ail making money, you can't beat it, WRITE R-M, MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, Mason City Help Wonted. Female 21 WANTED--Wai t r e s s . Experience not necessary. Wander Inn. 211 S. WANTED--Fry cook. Good hours. 6 day week. Apply Chef. Holel Hanford. V/ANTED--Pantry woman. Good Hours s day week. Auply Ch«. Hotel Han/ord. WANTED -- W o m e n egg breokers. E. G. Morse. Ph. Services Offered 23 RADIO REFfllGERATOn WASHER REPAIRING Reasonable Prices, Quick Service. Gambles Service Dept. 10 Fourth St. N. E. Phone 1053 WANTEJi--Washing and ironing. Clothes handled carefully, will mend also. Write N-15, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--General ofllce work by exp yaunc. man who is draft deferred. Write L-15 Globe-Gazette. We repair all makes of SEWING MACHINES Reasonable charges for Guaranteed Set-vice. Currie-Van Ness Co. MIRRORS resilvcred. Factory process Guaranteed. Macketj. Phone -762 WANTED--Position by exp. clerk, lypist. P. B. X. operator. PI], 1027. We'll Keep You Rolling! With safe, sound. Recapped Tires. No Certilicate Needed Joe Daniels Auto Supply 121, N. Del. Opp. Postoftiee Ph. 383 Expert Tire Recapping and Repair Service Pritchard Motor Co. 202 FIRST ST. S. E. LET i\tE hejp with your Income Tax Mose Richer. 1182 or 3H9 evemnes Help Wtd., Mole, Female 27 E S S E N T I A L W A R W O R K PACIFIC NORTHWEST Transportation Advanced -- Free Board and Room Needed Immediately Cooks Janitors Bus Boys Waitresses Kitchen Help Dishwashers Bakers Apply at UNITED STATES' EMPLOYMENT SERVICE WAR MANPOWER COMMISSION 19 Third Street N. E. : Mason C i t y j | owa Company Representative will be in the Mason City office Friday, February 18th. If in qn Essential Industry or Agriculture Do Not Apply Houses for Sole ,, . Sole or Rent B35 HOMES FOR RENT OR FOR SALE Also Apartments BARNES AGENCY 208 Foresters Bldg. Tel. 1300 Farms for Sale 39 Will Sell or Trade- 40 Acres Good Land for One 80 or 120 A. Farm Will pay (he difference or will rent a farm. Have equipment. Write V-14, Globe-Gazette Livestock for Sole 42 t'OR 'SALE--Few GiicrnseyToTv'^^'^! and sprinccrs: OIK- Jersey aiid OI.L. fresh Swiss. Boyd llo.Lson. Plv- rnoulh. Iowa. Swop Service 29 SWAP -- I. H. C. stationary hay baler for feeder pigs or young cuttle. Write KK- 15. Globe-Gazette. SWAP -- Good ewes for cciUle or iiofis Write JJ-15. Globe-Gazeuc. SWAP--Shorthorn bull lor feed and «ecp for about four mos. Write FF-10 Globe-Gazette. SWAP--A, C. Iractor mower to fit a J \Y. C. trattor for livestock or wliai i have you'. 1 Write \VW-15. Globe-Gazette Help Wonted, Male 20 W A N T E D AUTOMOTIVE MACHINIST Capable o£ operating Piston Grinder, Boring Bar and Crank Shaft Grinder. Also doing general automotive engine rebuilding. Excellent working conditions, hours and salary. Permanent. Apply in person. Sieg-Mason City Co. MASQN CITY, IOWA WAKTED--Exp, iarm help. Married or _ single man for year round ivork for right party. Top wages plus bonus arrangement Good hours, good home. Modem tenant house for married man Farm well stocked with nea- and modern machinery. Write N-n. Globe-Gazette WANTED--Custodian lor Mtmorial Park cemetery*. Steady year round job. Salary and commissfbn on sales. Fine op- Dortumty for a good man. For particulars call at the office. 215 over Pcn- neys, H. W. Kotncke. manager. MEN WANTED ESSENTIAL INDUSTRY Experience in heavy construction machinery repair desirable but not necessary. Good pay, new shop, best working conditions. We furnish tools. Gibbs-Cook Tractor and Equipment Co. MASON CITY, IOWA WANTED--Single roan on farm, S-14. GIobc-Gaiette. WANTED--Married man on farm Sep house. elec., good waets. Bartlette Bros. Ph. 51 on 126. Titonka. la. SALES MANAGER S5,000 TO 57,500 .AIVfNUALLY Experienced in selling insurance, appliances, automobiles, books, securities, etc., to represent largest organization ot its kind in the world. Thorough field training and co-operation. Rapid advancement if you can qualify. See home office representative. 511-12 First National Bank Building MASON CITY, IOWA SWAP-- Part of 2 row traclor cultivator for feeder pias. Write VV-15. Globe. Gazette. . S)VAI--Cookslove for an -old car. Does not have to be licensed. U'rite KK-I5 Globe-Gazette. ' SWAP--Storage space and good care for a small sized piano. Write JJ-10/ Globe- Gazette. Business Locutions 30 FOR RENT-Buildlng for small cafe. Sale or Trade ^___ ,,__ 31 TRADE FOR HOME 160 acres, unimproved prairie land, Winnebago county, Iowa. All fenced, good well, drained by county ditch, tax paid. Price 58,500.00. Will take residence property in Mason City up to S4.00D.OO, balance first mortgage on farm, 4%--$300.00 yearly payments for nine years. Low taxes. J.E.TWITO Lake Mills, Iowa Rooms for Rent 32 FOR RENT--Large, turn. rm. for !i £ ht housekeeping. Pii. ans-w. FOR RENT--Pleasant rm. Auto, heat and water. Girls. 0* N. Wash., after 0 p. m Apts. for Rent 33 'OR RENT-- l larce furn. rm. for light housekeeping. Close in. reasonable. FOR RENT--Close in. cozy film. I rm. and kitchenette am. Ulil. 'urn. Frtc- idaire. pri. enl. Adults. 522 N". Jeff. POSSESSION MARCH 1st Imp. ISO A. near Charles City S2500.00 down Imp. 1110 Acres near Floyd SISOO.OOdoivn Imp. 160 Acres near Nashua $1800.00 clown Imp. 100 Acres near Nashua $2500.00 down Low in.. Ions terms on bal. These farms can be houeht for po^s6b5ion if nutcd upon at once. Don't write. Call or drive. H. G. CRUMP. Field Rep. 308 Burden St., Clear Lake, Iowa Misc. for Sole 44 Attention Farmers Just Received a Carload ot HEAVY DUTY ROTARY FARM SCRAPERS Fills, spreads or unloads forward or backwards while Iractor i s ' i n I motion. No stopping necessary. Control every operation with one rope from tractor seal. This item is scarce and will not last long. ·1 FOOT SIZE . .. S 91.50 5 FOOT SIZE . .. SI 10.00 Mail your' check including" sales tax dr use Wards crop payment plan. Ward's Farm Store Misc. for Sale FOR SALE--Crocheted tablecloth. SJo: also large while linen tablecloth, nan- kins. 2 white qullt». PI,. 5161-W ' Household Goods Maylag service Cerro Gordo Mavlag Co . 411 N Fed. Ph J J067 I Tuesday, Feb. 15. 1944 1 5 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETT.K OR SALE--Curtains, occ. chair lounge i 'table, ladder, some tools. !HO N. Penn Foods Poultry, Ego.f ATTENTION' 55! ·Si POULTRY RAISERS FOR SALE GOOD 1CO-ACZIE FARM located A miles south of Austin. Minnc- soia. on improved gravel road. Farm can be occupied March I. 1914. Buildings all repaired and painted last summer. Terms $93 per acre. S2.UOO down, balance curried at -I'r on 10-year contract, H. F. LICHTY, 911 West Winona AUSTIN, MINNESOTA 160 ACRE FARM FOR SALE Cerro Gordo County. Close to Mason City. All tiled, excellent buildings, electricity. Phone 1182 or-3216 FAHM BARGAINS--A J n r g c (is;! (o choose from, T. W. Cilpin. Ncrttuvood. Machinery FOR SALE--Manure loaders. Can be sccrt al Hanlontown Imp. Co.. Hanlonioivn. FOR SALE--G (t. Oliver combine: also baled straw. No phone. O. 1. Madson, Dritu la. FOR SAL-Letz mill, No. M-*. Ed Fritch. Garner, la- WANTED TO BUY--Late Model E J, D. tractor and cultivator oti rubber. Men no Hifhis. R. F. D. No. -*, B u f f a l o Center, Livestock tor Sale 42 HOG OIL Helps to prevent mange and keeps your hogs healthy. 79c per gallon in your container. Ward's Farm Store FOtt SALK--1200 hales of Rood tntnc hay. R. H. Pine, 'Z int. east of Manly, on Xo. 0. FOR BENT--· rm. nnd bam (urn. apl. 1st floor, priv. entrance, auto, iicar Ph. 3222-AV. l FOR SALE--1 Rood. 2 old. cream I colored marc coll. r Somh on fi: and I 3 East. R. E. Sharp. FOR RENT--2 rm. turn. apt. Auto hot' Wat. Adults. 310 Jit SI. S. E. Ph. 137J. j FOR RENT--Fumiihcd apt. Feb. Jj. French. 2M E. Div., Clear Lake. FOR RENT--All mod. 5 rm. apt. Heat and xvater Eum., reasonable renl Call State Theater. FOR RENT--2 rm. 1st floor apl. 1303 N. Fed. Ph. aZ. FOR SALE--1G head ol sprinficr and yearling heifer*. Lionel Rm*. Phone IS-J-12. Gamer, la. FOR RENT--2 rm. apl. Clean, comfortable, good heat, hot soft water, (urn. or imfum. On bus line; adults. Ph. WTO. FOR RENT--2 rm. untum. apt. Heat ..·PS: clcc - '«ra- Apply al side door, bo i s. Car FOR RENT--Sm.. nicely rum. apt. foi I or 2 close in. i Ph. 3757. FOR RENT--Modern 3 room lumishcd apartment. 030 East Slate Street. FOR RENT-Fum. apt. Living rm bedrootn: utilities and bath. K. C. Building. £13.00. Ph. :HOO. FOR RENT--3 nn. apt. Water, heat. e as. l'8'"s !um. Call Neibcrfiall Bros Help Wanted. Female 21 WAJSTEO-- Central otfice clerk who can lin« and keep sales records. Apply Siej Mason City Co. «PPy HELP WANTED--Kitchen help in a 3 " Ca ' C ' U 3rd N ' E ' No Sunday WANTED--Exp. finger waver. Guaran- r\ h -*"**·?· * 30 ' wk ' WtHc K -"Globe-Gazette. WANTED--P.slri- woman. Good hours 6 I«y VMk. Apply Cjiel, Hotel Hlnford. APABTME,\TS-I. 2. .1. and S rooms rurn. or u n f u r n . See J. B. Youngblood. FOR SALE--Guernsey bull. IB nios. old; also ?. horsci. Eri Prilch. Gamer. la. FOR SALE--Several hcatl of ycnrlins Shorthorn cattle: also one Shorthorn springing cow and scv. matched teanu horses. Philip Parcher. Marb!« Rock la JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIPMENT'OF , OVERNIGHT CASES ;md BABY STROLLERS Goodrich Silverlown Store I D A H O HUSSETS 100 Pound , c~ 9 5 Sacks £, NORTH DAKOTA RED RIVER VALLEY EARLY OH1OS 100 Pound si88 Sacks f, NORTH DAKOTA RED RIVER VALLEY RED TRIUMPHS 100 Pound $«)?8 Sacks £ R O U N D WHITES 100 Fount! SO88 Sacks . . ,] £ C A L I F O R N I A SUNKIST Full s^To Boxes J FEDERAL Fruit Vegetable Mkt. 223 NORTH FEDERAL AVE PHONE 542 KELLOGGS CORN FLAKES, re Limit one D TOILET TISSUE, ' 1 u Limit une 1 SUNKIST NAVEL' ""$|79 ORANGES, Size 200. Box . ^ Morris Food Stores RUTABAGAS Northern Waxed 6 Pounds 25t Bag 51,09 Open Every Afternoon From 12:HO to G. Earl's Fruit Market 1(507-1609 South Federal Ave. HONEY fur sale (jth St. S \\' 10 ,Lb, p a i l *·'.![) 516 FOn SALE-Kaaman :l-A aulorrapliic Kodak. Icaliicr caw rmd uiixxj. Slo: antique \i-!ii!c wire pl.iiu rack- 1 iiir- new Quaker lace dinntr cloth. 72x00 pii" J03j or call at 121 North Jefferson Musical Instruments 48 ' SENSATIONAL RECOHD--Tornrny Dor) scvV "Xijjnl nj v l Day." other side. "Kinokc Cctf in Your Evet." Lcs Reed Music Co.. 103 N. Delaware. CANVAS COVERS WE H A V E ALL SIZES IN STOCK . 3 2 / 3 x 1 2 . . . . . . . . s.75 » x 20 ......... . 25.50 8 x » ............ . 7.U5 12 x 14 .... ....... 1275 I K * 24 ........... 27.95 Montgomery Wart! Co. FOft SALE--1 Homer piano accordion, bass: like new. 310 s. President. Wearing Apparel 53 FOR SALE--Man's suit and overcoat -size 33. 112 N, Adams. We will receive an MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21st 3,000 Baby Chicks as follows: 1,000 ea. 3* White Rocks 500 ea. 4* White Leghorns 500 ea. 4^ New Hampshire Reds 500 ea. 3* Barred JRocks 500 ca. 3* Red Wyandottes Due to the hatcheries' overstock at this time ol year, we will be able to sell these chicks 2c per chick under regular price. | ON HAND--NOT SOLD 600 3* Rhode Island Reds 200 2* Buff Orpingtons 150 3* White Wyandotte Cockerels EARLY CHICKS BRING BETTER RESULTS USE WARD'S CREDIT PLAN TO PURCHASE YOUR BABY CHICKS Ward's Farm Store First hatch will be Pet). H. Book your order now for Chicks. We h a n d l e Jamcsway equipment. GIa!id-O-Lac and Salsburys . Cerro Gordo Hatchery 1507 South Federal Phone 937 ton SALE--Bronzed turkeys breedine stock: Ircsh cow. Mrs. Fred Furness tlcc!;fortl. nt. 3 FOR SALE--"E" Emulsion for cliicks laying (locks, tn bbls. nncl 11)011,. druni«. Iowa Master Breeders. 1!15 S Fed FOIt SALE--ljo last year's lions. Call 4778-W attcr 4. Baby Chicks for Sale every week Leghorns $12.40, Common Heavy breeds S12.00. 3 weeks old Leghorn Pullets S35 per 100. Blood tested. Order Today BELMOND HATCHERY Phone 58 Wanted to Buy 56 WANTED TO BUY--White, table lop sas stove, aliout 1 or 3 years oil!. Call WAHTEB--\'uirn pi]]). Would like Po- WANTED TO BUY-Goosc or will trade gander for K°OSL-. Ph. 3o3i-LJ. WANTED TO BUY-- S or Iric air compressor. Globe -Gazelle. (i H. p. elec- Wrile ' K-15, WAITED TO BUY-A Colt Woodsman -,. m , '" or a Ill-standard automatic _- u cood coiidlliou and priced richt. Write n-\:,. Globc-Cazcttc. WACTED TO BUY-Maytag washlns machine or what havo you. Doesn't ,S^, bc i]l Pcrlcct condition. Phone IIM-J or write L. A. Wricht. 21B 3rd N. E. WAKTED-- Best car S200 will buy Suns or eves. 415 1st N. w. WANTED TO BUY --Drill press. Write Kenneth Wyborncy or call at 31B 24th CLEARANCE SPECIAL -Men's Navy Type Sheep Lined Coats Extra heavy flctcc . . . tekln lamb collar ,, . dnPonl fabric shell . leather trimmed pockets . . . Icnutli about 40 inches . . . Itecularly SJi.50 reduced for Clearance . . . Siy.ftN. GET YOURS TODAY Montgomery Ward Co. WANTED TO BUY-3 or 4 rm. house to be moved close to Mason Citv' I \\ritc details first letter J-12. Globe- Gazette. Household Goods 54 *^tifr^'^ to -^=^ FOR SALE--i young white Pekin hen PI? « PI- l!? l!c - ' " t) " 1 " c " cd . l l k ' "··». Pli. 6-FI.T Clenr Lake Armor Point PLOW SHARES Shares to f i t all p o p u l a r plows ;mcl stand strain of high-speed plowing. Require less resharpening than other popular makes. 12 Inch Soil Center $3 73 H Ineh Soft Center . . sVon 16 Inch Soft Center .' S 4.5'J Sears Farm Store Wanted to Buy Good Unimproved 80 W i l l pay cash. Write L-M, GLOBE-GAZETTE WANTED TO BUY-Userl tricycle. Call 438, WANTED TO BUY--House Ol acreacc iuason City or E-ake. Write T-14 Globe-Gazette. SPECIAL AUCTION Nite Furniture Auction Wed. Nite, Feb. 16 1515 S. Fed. 7:30 P.M. AL Auction House, Heated Room. Complete furnishings of home. | Party leaving at once for Wcsl I DE . L C° LIGHT PLANT WANTED--Any r T-. I 5IZC or niodel. A|5O 32 volt motors ra- Coast, Defense Work. This is a i liio. Iron. fan. Write Earle Filz. ' ·TOotl clean bill. Lots of pieces like I F: "' s lowa - WANTED TO BUY Used Furniture of All Kinds One piece or house full. Dislies of all Kinds. Antiques, curtains, drapes, bedding, linens, tools of all kinds, jewelry of all kinds: Rood clothing. WE BUY AN'YTiirNG YOU HAVE TO SEU, . . . WE PAY CASH PHONE 1822 new. If you need some good furni- j WE "*? 'lg"«t prices for second hand trn-P .i«lw,,l «M. ...,!,, A l, ,,:- ,'"""''"e ^. Y ou "n also trade j-our old c and sec us before you Joe Goas. ^12 South Federal. VENETIAN BUNDS Custom Made Venetian Blinds arc now available. Place your order now for early Spring delivery. E. MILLER, C u r t a i n Dept. Montgomery Ward Co. tui-e, attend this siile. Also on this sale, one bill of good clean medium f u r n i t u r e . You can act whiit you i need. ,----*--,,,,_ SAII.OJR, K-anl* to rent a house for xvife Tu-o piece living room suite, clean f^eL' * MMtm - Writ! B -'=' Glota - WANTED TO BUY-- About mo i;ood feeding piss. Clifford Thorson St AnsKar la. Pli. (TI-F2. FOR SALE--5 head Holstcin. Swiss and Guernsey co\v.i to fresh 60 clays: ·' springers. 8 head Itol. Vr. heifers. 5 mi we-f RoctcM-ell CtMmerv. l l , : - ml ea L t or Su-alcdalc. R. C. Selb^iing. Houses for Rent 34 FOR RENT--House. 3 miles S. of Mason City. w. M. Pruln. Houset tor Sale 35 cOR SALE--The best G rm. mod. S5.000.- 00 close in home we have had in years. See It. W. L. Patton, 109 E. State. FOR SALE--3 room hotiic lo be removed. Wilbur Coc, Ventura. FOR SALE--5 rm. bungalow. 3 .\ A. land S3.000: 6 rm. house. SI.20Q; 7 rm. hou-c P' 230 !,!^!"- ho " s: ' S2 ' MO: 5 TM- b "i«- low. $3.000; brick apl. building. S15.0CO- frame apt. tmilding. W.600. George Van Every. Phoi;c 3953. FOR SALE--81.300. .Bungalow. 3 ml,. u-aicr. clec.. ca_. basement. 2 . lols" W. 1* Psllon. 109 E. State. FOR SALE--7 rm. mod. home In Forcsl Park. Garage. Sold on terms. Manicv's. FOR SALE--All mod. 4 rm. house bv owncr. College Add. Call 4ol9-4. FOR SALE--PUREBRED Hereford Bred Gilts Well developed, well marked, good quality. Best of breeding. A N D R E W M. PALS Mcscrvcy. Iowa FOR SALE-- Rr£. Hereford bults. F H Schullc. Manly. Pn. 3616, BRED srms for sale. Milo Jol;on. I mi S.. : mi. W. of Vcnlura. la. For Easier Better Cleaning OLD ENGLISH "no rubbing" polish. Sl29 !i Gallon ] CLIMAX Wall Paper Cleaner new large jar c. Ac only , £y SPEEDEX the fasl.We wall -| ftc cleaner, only, per Ib ill Currie-Van Ness Co. Here's News . . . ·Just Received -- Evcrshnrp Skv- line Fountain Pen selling at S5.00. "Guaranteed Forever." H u r r y us q u a n t i t y is limited. i Montgomery Ward Co. FOR S.U.E-- Purebred Spotted Potand- China hrcd Kill-'. SW. 1 mi. S . 2 ' % W Burchlnal. Henry Pa!. FOR SALE--Gray tram. C and 7. vvt 3000. Sound. M-ell broke. Martin Washington. 2 mi. E.. !·, N. of Canersviilc. FOR SALE--U Guernsey heifers w C RucJtcr. 3 mi. S. o! Mason City. Hleh- ivay 63. Pli. SI-J-J. FOR SALE An extra fine lot of young Polled Hereford Bulls F. K. BEHNE Phone 1S-F-IB Noi-a Sprites or stop at Truck Line garage FOR SALE-Extra choice. P~B Duroc Jersey btcd gilts.- Farroiv in Mm 1 mi. S.. a mi. E. Evtrly. John B. Grcrdcs. FOR SALE--Anil-Soot 6x3 coal. Hoi loiv on smoke and .soot, holds lire well " '"" p '" s t A X - 422 ' v - Monroe. Ph! FOR SALE Electric International Cream Separator w i t h stainless steel discs Duo-Tiierm Healing Stove. Goose Feather Pillows. 1934 Panel Chevrolet, good tires. T. STEFFEiV 1 Mile East of Miller , and good; brcak/nst set: w a l n u t cedar chest: 2 Congoleuin rugs; clothes cabinet; radio: magazine rack; end table: large circulating coal heater, like new; small chest drawers: 2 beds, complete: sewing rocker; large china closet; two 9x \'i rugs: lawn mower: lavatory; toilet stool; tubs and boiler: lawn mower; garden tools; davenport table; 2 rockers; metal porch glider; drop leaf breakfast table; floor lites; clock: odd dishes: 4 odd chairs: buffet; round table: lots of dishes and miscellaneous articles; one lot of baby clothes; Perfection oil range, like new; hundreds of other articles. IF YOU IIAYE FURNITURE OR A N Y T H I N G TO SELL PHO.N'E 1822 Col. J. B. Lane, Auct. Hearing Aid Batteries FOR ALL MAKES Haviny standard hook up. DR. J. H. LEPPER 28 first St. S. E. JUST ARRIVED «x!2 RUGS ALL WOOL FACE Large assortment of p a t t e r n s . ALL WOOL FACE BROADLOOM CARPETING Modern designs in 27 inch, 9 toot and 12 foot. Montgomery Ward Co. FOR SALE--Kelvinator elec. rcfricer^itor Write 0-13, GIobc-Gaielte. FOR SALE--Circulatme h e a l e r : oak kitchen cahincl. e\rel]rnt condition!)s!2 rue. Hans Wilt. Ph. 9-F-103, Rockwell. I.) SPECIALIZED Mavlac service, v.-nncei rolls Phone IK Tm S Monroe. FOR SALE--Heatlnc sloves. 51.50 up: coal and s-"" ranaes, s.VOO up; nei v «tovc ui»c. 2 foot length. ISc; jtovc pok- frs. shakers, dampers etc. B t o E*ch , 1310 N. Fed. ' Wanted to Rent 57 tt'ANTED TO ftL-NT~3 hcdrm. hsc. Must nc- mod., xar. Have 1 child. Ph. :062-J. Wonted, Misc. 59 U ANTED--To contact o;vnrr of Purebred Screivtail Boston BulldOE for service at once. P)i. 3C33-W. Autos for Sale 60 FOR SALE--1935 Chcvr61ct Masler Toi%-n c4- "',, Equi ' 1 » cd ··vilh healer. Price S26o Prltcliard Motor Co RADIATORS cleaned, fenders straiehl- FOR SALE-- MS Chevrolet Tutlor sedan Very coo.l shape, extra good tires. ' i'S'nn- ' 53=0.00. , v er ' and · P l l Wm. Ilalloran. Rockwell. la FOR SALE--1937 Chevrolet Town sedan ° f ..fl" or w111 lratlp ""· ' Pick-up" l M r S J" S , C ,'i my '** Ford TMW "y Fri Feb. 18th. Fair condition, two new lira. Leonard Calvert. Rock Fall:. Iowa ONE WHOLE BLOCK OF USED CARS TO CHOOSE j-ROM ZENORS *'Of? AUTOMOBILES CASH PAID FOR CLEAN USED CARS-ANY MAKE OR MODEL HART MOTOR, inc. 120 NORTH .DELAWARE PHONE 980 Will Buy Your Used Car FOR CASH Any Make or Model. John Gallagher, inc. Phone 1004 116 S. Delaware Ave. 62 t our tire man show you Wards New High Bar Traclor Tire before buying. All tires guaranteed. Montgomery Ward Co. r'Olt SALE--8. 7. 6. 3 inch wheel for Chev. and Kord t r u c k s , lieu- and used. S. 11. Wolf. 816 S. Fed. Ph UP lo 50 per cent savlncs on new and used auto, truck and tractor r::rtj. Mail orders promplly'/ill«d. Chaien'a Auto Parts, 1721 North Federal. Phone 373 Notices Harding Lodge No. 649 ^ A. F. i A. a. Work in First Cegre« Wednesilay. Feb. 16. 1:30 p. m. II. C. AKV'IDSON, IV. .M. 221 'nurd St. N. W. Phone 3HS-W C. C. IIALPIHDE. Secretary ItOJ N Adanli Avenue Phone 1685 Benevolence Lodge No. 145 5, A. ['. Jt A. .11. VVoik in 2nd Drgre* . Mon.. Feb. M KEN WAUGHTAI, IV. M. HT, Secietar f PJione : ,. , f i r s t St. S. E. Mason City Lodae No 224 I. O. 0. F. Lodge mecLs every Tues. niiht at 8 o'clock Work in Third Dpjrt. Tuesday, Feb. s GUy AKGELL. Noijle Granrt Phone 2221 WAVMAK CLOSSON. Recording SecV. Phone S167 LEGAL NOTICES IN' THE DISTRICT COUIIT OP THE UNITED STATES IN AND FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF IOWA. CENTRAL DIVISION. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. LIBELANT. vs. 100 Cases. more or less, each containing s No. 10 Cans Mayflower Cut Green Beans U- hclee. Civil No. 113. MONITION. NOTICE. IS HEilEBY GIVEN AS FOLLOWS: That in obedience to a warrant of seizure to me directed in the above entitled cause. 3 have seized and tAhnn into my pos^es- sion t h e ' following described articles of food. 10 wit: 98 Cases, more or less each containinc 8 No. lo Cans Cut Green Beans. That on tliu 9th day of February 1514. Hie Uiulert States C.C America filed In Hie United Stales District Court for Ilie Northern District of Iowa, Central Divbtoii. at Fort DociRC. Iowa, a Libel ·if Information Drayinc for the forfeiture and fondemnalioti of the above described Green Beans in that they were adulterated in violation of Section 342 (a) (31 Tllle 21. United Slates Code (Federal Fond. Drug and Cosmetic Act of June "a I93IU That on February 9. 1344. it ivas ordered by the Court that all persons claim:,i c the said Green Beans or knov.-- inii or ha vine anything lo say why the same should not be condemned and for- fciled. be and appear before the snitl Court to be held in and for tile Northern District of Jowa in Ihe United States Court Room in the City of Fort Dodce Iowa, on the 101)1 dav of .March ISH at 10:1)1) o'clock a. in,, at which lime and place the .said cause shall be heard, and then and there to interpose clftirn for the same and make their allegation! j n that behalf. Thai the date last above mentioned is the return day of process jn lllis co?e. Done this 12th dav of Tebruirv 10»». FRED EIERMANN. 'United St«tw Marshal for the Northern District of Iowa. By Albert J. Halhach. Deputy^ NOTICE OF THE .APPOINTMENT Or EXECUTORS D OF _10WA, Cerro Gordo County, Notice is hereby given, that the uuder- Riicd have been duly appointed and qualified as Executors of the estate or Antonc S. Ker.imidas. Deceased. Ute of Ccrrn Gordo County. All persons indehled to sain estate are requested lo make immediate payment: and those havhiE claims against Ihe same will present them, duly authenticated, to the under- MBned for allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court TOM PATHOULAS and GEORGE MANOL1S. Executors M. L. MASON. Attomcv Dated February nth. 1944 S. H. MacPEAK. Clerk District Court By MARGARET RU.EY. Dcnuty XOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT Or ADMINISTRATOR STATE OF IOWA. Cerro Gordo Counly *s. No. (iOO.i. Notice is hereby uivcu. that the nn- rtcrsicned has hcen duly appointed and qualified as Ailministrator of the estate cf Veronica O'Kteffce Hoean. Deceased laic of Cerro Gordo County. AH persons indebted to said estate are requested to niakc immediate payment; »nd those Iiavinjr claims acainst the same will present them, duly authenticated tn the (HKIerAisncd for allowance, and filr in the office of the Clerk of the District Court. JOHN M. HOC AN. Administrator BERNARD H. DUNN. Altornev Dated February 7lh. 1344 S. II. IlacPEAK. Clerk District Court Hy MARGARET R1LF.Y, Dcpnty NOTICE or rKOB.vre of »vn i, STATE OF IOWA. Cerro Grirrlo Countv v. In District Court. No. C036. January Terhi, 1944. To alt whom it m»v c o n c e r n : You arc hereby notified, itiat an Instrument fit u-ntiiifj purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Gertrude M Decker, Deceased, dated January 13th 1944. h a v i n g been this day filed, opened a «. d . r ?* d ' M nday the 6th day cf March. 1944 is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Mason City Iowa before the District Court of said Countv' or the Clerk o| said Court: and at '2 o clock P. M.. of the day above merv- lioncd all persons interested are lierebv notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said initrti- ment should not be probated and allowed aj anrl for the Ins! Will and Testament o( said deceased. :ih a i9*4 at Ma " 10 cily ' Io ""' l ' ebru » r v S. H. MacPEAK. Clerk of District Court By MAnCAHET RII.EY. Deputy NOTICE OK THE APPOINTMENT Of EXECUTOR STATE OF IOWA. Ccrro Gordn Couni.v. ss. No. 6064 Notice is hereby Rivrn. Hut ih«. under" sn r? J' a * *""*" lll "v aPUOintcd and qualilicd a Executor of Ihe Estate of Dan Kmc. Deceased, late of Cerro Gordo County. A l l persons mdebleu 1 lo said estate arc requested to m a k e immediate payment: and those having claims arainjt the same v,1!l present them.^-ttuly an- thenlicatcd. to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the cffice of tho Clerk of Ihe DUtrirl Court, MORGAN J. McENANEY. Executor MORJAN J. MeF-NANEY, Attornev Dated February *th. 1944 S. H. Mai-PF.AK. Clerk District. oCnrt By MABCABET R1LEY, Deputy STEAL TELEPHONE Chtcajfo. (U.R)--T h i e v e s had cleaned out the St. Regis Clothing Emporium, taking 40 overcoat-! 120 suits, and 220 pairs of trousers. But the last straw fell when owner Sol Bilofsky ran lor the telephone to call police and di.=- covcrcd the thieves had taken the phone. N A V Y BAND PLAYS Clarion--A concert by the naval band from Otturmva Tuesday evening ill Ihe grade school auditorium was to climax the 4th war loan bond drive sponsored by the students of the Clarion schools.

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