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12 U. S. Develops Tank With Powerful Gun Washington, (U.R)--The American · army now has developed a new tank with a gun more powerful .than any yet mounted on a fast- moving vehicle, President Roosevelt revealed in his state of the .-union message Saturday. The president said the army "will need many thousands of these new tanks" in 1945. PLAN MEETINGS Kanavvhu--The first of a series of 10 meetings of the Kanawha evening school will be held in the vocational agriculture room of the local high school Monday evening. The topic for discussion will be "The Outlook for 1945." Following the meeting, a social hour will be enjoyed. Public Sale As I am eolng to move to Manly I will sell tfce followine pronerty ·t the farm located Sy 3 miles west of Manly on No. 9 or 3 miles east of Hanlontown, on Thursday, January 11 COMMENCING AT IZ-.ZQ O'CLOCK , tuoct will be sold on cronndi by Uniled Service Women ot ninlonloirn 19 · Head of Livestock · 19 4 UOKSES--Black Horse, smooth month, very eood work horse- Gray Horse, 6 rears old, broke to ride; Boan Yearling Colt: Hoatt Spring Colt. .. 11 HEAD CATTLE--6 Cowo, one flesh in 2 weeks, 3 fresh soon- Heifer, coming 2 years; 2 Heifers/coming sear old; S Steers, on feed, 2 years old; Yearling: Shorthorn Bull; Small Calf. BEBKSHIBB BOAR -- 150 WHITE BOCK PULLETS, good layers FA$M MACHINERY, FEED, ETC. f-ti. McCormlck.peerlnx Mower, * je»rs oil; 15-It. MeCormlek-Beerlnr Dlie geod cbaoe;' John 'Deere Caltlvslor. slncle row: Caitlpaeliet; John Deere Coxa Planter, with lontne 'tracks and 10» roilj 3/4 wire and fertilizer atUeluneat. new Imsi -yearj 3£-ft. Pierce Harrow, like-new: Bob 'Bled; Rotary Tractor Scraper, 1 3-tU, .like new;. Oliver £-row : .Ccr Piekec; WiAflrower JOT Tractor Mower; Sleel-w!iee7 Wtgtta; Seeel-wbeel Wagon, with flay K»ck; Truck Wacoii wlut box; Platform Seale; Hi a. F. John Deere Gas Engine* 45-gal. Feed C»ok«r; one-hole Cora Shelter; 2-section Dra»; Sneed Jack, lor Elevator- Bet Wood Wheels for Watbti; Eleclrie Pump Jaek; 3-wheel trailer, with Stock **'£· r l ?,? a r£"? ! 2 S"^" B ° f P«Sers; 2 Mineral Feeders; 8-fL Chicken Feed?I ! ,? tl 1 ' TM ck « n Fe«4ers; 12-lt. Steel D« Tronsht Z 6-ft. Steel Hoc Tronshs; 14-«. Wood Hoi Troofh; S-fal. Chicken Wllerer, wili lamp; a lot of Chick Feeders and Walerers; Brooder Stove (oI! burner): about 4,000 feet'of home Gas Barrel; 3 jmau"Barreis;"orln'drton'e7="iSoj' W 3 t e r e r « a t c s e a » » r o Wood Barrels: Scoop Shovels; Haad Svsv, Fotks, Mazy o si« toola too nnmer- on* to mention. · · . - - . , · · · SV ba - Ear Con In Crib; about 500 ha. ioo4 Boone Oats- .Ijont h« removed TEBMS-- Arranje trith your hanker before sale. No Jlopttty lo until settled for. CARL DIETRICH rnlUP SPEP10, And. -- CITIZENS SAVINGS BANE, Banlontown, Clerk CLOSING OUT AUCTION OB Kcnnt «f 111 nMllh, w. F. and P. A. Bleli WU1 sell »U their pmonal proi- erty on lie Teieler turn, also F. A. filch wUl seU Wa' personal proterfy IroS W « - ' TM , . . W.«a.m-«il'W*hw» No. 106. Both Thursday, January 11 ' . ; ' . · ' Sale to Start at 12:30 p. m. . · ' 93 -- HEAD OF CATTLE, HORSES AND HOGS -- 93 20 Milch Cows, extra gobfl, mostly Bolsteins; 1 Hereford boll, coming 2 years old; 15 heifers from good producing cows; 4 Angus steers, weight 100 Ibs.-, 4 sttirs, weight about 650 Ibs.: 1 Hereford boll calf, weight 6 0 6 Ibs. ? . 7 .:·: 2 Head of Horses, 8 and 12 years old Spotted Poland China and Durocs. 25 feeding figs, weight aboat ^rTM, lfl ° lbs - 20 sows, bred. 1 Chester White boar. BUILDINGS -- 3 "A" hoff honses, new; 2 'houses, 8x10, with floor and shingled roof; 1 new hen house, 14x20, shingle roof; 1 hog oome, 8x12. FEED-- About 450 bushels of Boone oats (choice) : about 40 tons of silage; about 800 bushels of corn. ~ \ ^ 75 -- GOOD WHITE BOCK PUIXETS -- 75 HAT-- Choice lot On bam, bo»h baled and, loose, part alfalfa. Abo aboot 150 bales of alfalfa hay at F. A. Kich farm on highway 106. . · · · · STRAW-- Baled, in barn and oniside. SnSCEIXANEOIIS-- 1 grapple hay fork; 1 ladder, 18-ft.; ZOO feet of new hay rope; 1 Bound Oafe heatinff stove; hoc troughs, both steel and wood, etc. · F. A. W. F. RICH, Prop. KEEMT3 CT.EAK r.AKE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE PUBLIC SALE i n t , sale on the place k* 0 TM 1 as the Menter Farm, located 5 miles east and V/, miles north of Rockwell- WEDNESDAY, JAN. 1O Sale Will Start Promptly at 13:30 P. »L 60-- HEAD OF CATTLE -- 60 CDW ?i 3 Jf* 8 *' others to fresnen s 000 : 6 Yearling 2-year-old Steers, on feed; 15 Yeartlns Steers, on feed; 10 ABCTS Spring and Summer Calves; 1 Angus Bull, · 4 -- HORSES -- 4 .' l 1,800; 1 Bay 12 Horse; 1 Gelding, smooth mouth. 40 -- HEAD OF HOGS -- 40 « Dnroc Sows, bred; 30 Fall Pigs; 4 Summer Pigs ~A11 Vaccinated-225 Leghorn P«Hefs; 3 Old Geese; 3 Young Geese ;, FARM MACHINERY orrrJck Deering Tractor; 1 McCormlch -Dcering .,, fec"« - Wheel Wagon - WaBOlr and ***'· 1 J - »· Case Corn Plant- 50 Gallon S± f T^ : L"" LaVaI Creatn Separator, No. 17; IZIWc^ash,, or make arrangeinents with clerk before f - o property to be removed until settled for. FRED A. CAHALAN J«t*, A»tt -- SheffleM gaTlB»» B«u., D««tnertT Ofllee, HOG MARKET IS ACTIVE Prices Steady to 1 10 Cents Up in Chicago Chicago, (ff)-- The hog market was active Monday with prices steady to 10 cents higher, 'and most barrows and gilts selling at $14.75, the ceiling. Cattle prices were mixed with fed steers and yearlings 25 to 50 cents lower, (WF A)-- Salable hogs 18,000; total 28,000; active, steady to 10 cents higher; good and choice bar- tows and gilts 180 Ibs. and up $14.65-14.75; mostly $14.75 trade; few good and choice 150-180 Ib. $14.25-14.65; sows steady at $14 ceiling, complete · clearance. Salable cattle 27,000; total 27,GOO; salable calves · 1,500; total 1,500; fed steers and yearlings, including yearling heifers, 25-50 cents lower; yearlings and light steers off most, bulk run. unsold; fat steers and cows predominated in heaviest January receipts in 18 years; early top choice yearlings $17.25, moderate supply $16-16.50; heifers .: shared steers decline, cows and bulls steady to 25 lower, mostly steady with late last week: Good beef cows to $14 and better; cutters $7 down; vealers steady at $15.50 down; stock cattle in very moderate supply, steady to 25 lower. · · . Salable sheep 9,000; total 12,500; active, steady; sales and bids good and choice fed wooled : western lambs $14.50 and $15.50 with load lafs held around $15.60; 3 loads just good lambs $15.25; medium and good $14.40-15; 2-loads good ;and choice yearling wethers $13.50; best good ewes $7.50, deck sorted 24 head, cull and common $5.50. / ... ' : HOtD MEMORIAL Emmetslnirs--A memorial mass was to be held Saturday for Lt. Richard "Willits who was killed in action Dec. II. The services to be in the Assumption church with the Very Rev. W. F. Mason officiating. Mrs. Willits is the former Venita Joi-nt of Erametsburg. .TKe sea elephant, when fully grown, contains 70 gallons of pure oil- . J J.R. DORSEY AUCTIONEER Phone 2592 MONDAY, JANUARY 8, 1945 Midwest Livestock (MONDAY'S Albert Lea, Mnn. Steady Trend Good Butchers-l-M-150 Ibs .................... £1095- 150-160 Ibs ....... I«M70 Ibs 110-160 Ibs .............. ............ . ..... ZOO-220 IbJ. ................. . 220-240 IbJ. ....... I . . . . " S1425 240-270 Ibs. ............... v, SI42S 370-300 Ibs ................. 300-330 lbs. ................. S30-360 Ih! Good Packing Sows-270-300 Ib! ........... ' 300-330 Ib5. ................. . 330-360 Ibs..: ........... ·. ...... |i3.65 360-400 lbs. ................. .. S1365 100-450 ibs. .......... ;."....;; SIMS 450-500 103 ...... .'. .......... "' Jbs. . ......... . PKICES) Austin, . ^ann. Steady to ice lower »10.B5 ~ J12.15 $12.63 $14.05 Waterloo Steady {12.95 $13.70 S14.10 Cedar Rapids Steady fH.QO JHOO 413.65 513.6S SI 3.65 . JI4.20 SH.M $14.00 $14.00 »13.6S $13.65 $13.65 513.65 . 513.45 $14.05 J14.15 114.23 . 4133S IH.23 S14.05 tU.05 113.85 (13.63 413.65 *13.C5 J13.65 *13,55 Local Livestock BOGS MASON crrY~Por Monday five cents lower. Good light lights 140-150 $U.70 C:ad light Ugbls 150-160 S12.70 Good light lights 160-170 S1310 Good light lights 170-180 $13.70 Good light lights 180-200 S1420 Good light lights 200-220 SM.20 Good med. wt butchers .. 220-240 S14.20 Good med. wt. butchers .. 240-270 $14.20 Good med. wt butchers .. 270-30O SI4JO Good med. wt butchers .. 300-330 $1L2Q Good med. wt butchers .. 330-360 $14.20 Good sowa 270-300 $13.60 Good tows' 300-330 $13.60 Good sows 330-380 $13.60 Good, sowa 360-400 $I3.6l» Good sows 40M50 J13.60 sowa .;......... 450-HIO $13.60 CATTLE MASON CITY--For Monday Good steers and helferi M3.00-I4L50 Med. steers and hellers ..... $10.00-21.00 Cam. steers and belters .... * 7.00-9.00 Good to choice cows ........ $ S.OO-IO.OO Med. cows $'8.00-9.00 Coin, cows $7.00-7.50 Butcher buns $10.00-1100 Bologna bulls, heavy $8.00-9.00 Bologna bulls, medium ...... $ 7.00- 800 Cutters, "heavy . $ eSO- TOO Cutters, light ; * 6.00- e'.sa Canners, heavy $ 5.00- ff 03 Canners, light » 4.00- 5.00 Fancy, select calves $12.00-13.00 Calves, gd. to cholca 130-190 $11.00-12.00 Calves, fair to- good, 238-190 I 9.00-10.00 Calves,, common to fair. ...... $ 7.50- 8.50 Calves, cull Y.'.'.'.:.-. $ 4.004'wa SBEEP · MASON CITY--For Monday Genuine sp. lambs, gd. to cb. 513.50-14^5 Genuine sp. Iambs, med. to gd. $11.00-12.50 Cull lambs - $g.ood'wn Fed ewes, sood to choice .. I 4J5- 4.7S Common ewes S 1.00-2.00 Bucks ; V .75. i^ Hides and Wool Calves, gd. to choice 140-190 $11.00-12.00 ^notations furnished by Wol/ Brvs^ laeJ 80S Fliti street Souibwut Bull hides jc Prom 15 Ibs. up .. ......... .. loc From 15 Ibs. dawn no Qorsehides $5.00 USDA chemists have developed an apple Juice concentrate that can be "remade" into a drink -with all the flavor of fresh apple cider simply by adding 5 or 6 parts of water to one part of concentrate. » Livestock AUCTION WEDNESDAY, JAN. 10 -- 1:00 P. DC 550 -- HEAP OF IJtESTOCK -- 550 | d Shorthora TM* Hereford Steers, , Steers ' "*' e °° lbs - 15 he =" 1 S ' S ° lbs " 18 . head Feeding Cows, wt. 800 Cows,' SprJn«n E Heifers, Breedtaff nui of B«««her Stock. we to* on ^"^ » large run . . with ste aa Pri«s with hTM 5 -° Cents , a hnnare ^ Wgher. Have your livestock to consi Enments receive personal attenUou. HOGS:_N ? tive Feeding Pigs of aU weights, Brood Iambs, reeding Lambs and Breeding JBncks Forest City Auction Co. MERLE C. HILL, Manager, Phone 461 Sale Barn Phone Green 345 GRAIN MARKETS STAGE RALLY Wheat, Corn, Oats and Rye Gain Cent or So Chlcajo, (ff) -_ Grain markets rallied after midsesslon easiness Monday and shortly before the close wheat, com, oats and rye were up a cent or more. At the finish wheat was % to 1' higher than Saturdays close, May 51.66%-%. Corn was up % to 1, May Sl.13%-%, Oats were IVa to 1% higher, May 70. Hye was lip 1 to 2%, May $1-18%$1.19. Barley was 1 to 1% higher, May $1.18%. V CHICAGO CASH GBAJN !onday Uarkei Chicago, WJ-- No. 1 hard wheat, 51.71; "No. 2 rea, ceiling, price, $1.73%. Com, Ho. yellow SLOT- No. S yellow sample ' knuiB yeUow Oats. No. I mixed 79 He; No. 1 special 7S!4c: Ko. 1 heavy 7»Vi(38oc. Barley, malting *1.18®1.37» noaii- nal; feed, BicSSl nominal. Tield seed per hundredweight nominal* Timothy SSR25; red top ?15gI6; red clover $31.50; sweeten clover 110.65; alsike KS.SO, · , · Mason City Grain MASON CITY--For Monday Ko. 2 white oats, 32 ms. ......70c No. 2 shelled com, old $1.02 No. 2 shelled corn, new /.., .- MONDAY GSAIX ClOSg Cmcaro, ($V- WHEAT-- High Law 51.66% $1.63Vi . 1.55% . 1.53V. .. 1.58)4 July ,, Sept . Dec. .. COHN-May ,, July .. Sept.. 1.12','. OATS-May .......... .7fl^i July .,..· .esy. Sept. MVi BVE-- May 1.19 July 1.UH Sept. J.12',4 BAKLEY May .......;.. 1.18% July ... ... 1.13H . 3.57'A . 1.1254 .S9 1.17 V.IS',1 l.Wii : 1.12T. -·'·1.12*4 Close S1.6S^ l.ssy, i.ssii 1.58(4 1.13% 1.I3K, .7» .6SH .637. 1.18% t.isy, 1.12% GIs in War Plant ; New York, (U.Pi--Fifteen United States soldiers granted leave to help increase armament production recently went to work J in the Morey Machinery Co., Astoria. Queens. In addition to their-regular army pay, they receive from 90 cents to $1.15 an hour. As they were machinists before they entered the army and saw service in Europe and Africa, they joined the union, although they were informed they did not necessarily have to, although the Morey. plant is a closed shop. They were believed to be the first of 4,000 servicemen to' be placed in war production plants in the New York area PUBLIC SALE ^a*ed"Ll l rfo n uVrh l s' n mi| Farm1n3 ** wi " hold a pu . bl ' c sole on th * old George Brett rarm . Wednesday, January 10 Sole storts of 1 :00 o'clock NOON - 7 1 . - HEAD CATTLE - 71 . 9 milk cows, fresh or to be fresh soon, some with at their 13 - FEEDER PIGS . 1 3 13 goad feeder pigs, long time vaccinated, average weight 150 Ibs. 2 - HEAD HORSES - 2 We '' 9b * 0b ° Ut 14 °° P ° uads! * smoo * h '"««*'' Siding, weight GRAIN AND HAY About 1,000 bu. Boone ooU 30 tons or more alfalfa hoy in barn and ,om« loose straw FARM MACHINERY 3 bottom · i ^^""r'^-^^W *«cto* with cultivator; 3 bottom 14" Little Giant Plow; John Deere 15 foot tractor di«; McCormJck-Deerlnrsp^oder, alt ,?ee" McC« Carl A. Holvik Ore Boyle,,, A«e*Nn«er John Paul rint NoHHlaJ §Mk rf MafO(| RECOVERY SPUR GIVEN MARKET TTiink Long War Will Cause Rise in Prices New York, (IF)---The stock market turned around Monday with rails and industrial specialties getting back into new high ground for the past 7 years on gains running to 3 points or so at the best. The recovery spur was provided mainly by idle investment funds seeking employment on the further belief that a long war and consequent .huge government expenditures would accentuate inflation psychology and raise prices of securities as well as goods. The preceding 2-session mild reaction inspired a little buying because of the thought that it had served at least as a partial technical correction 9* the lengthy forward drive. ' -' The direction was upward from the start with dealings relatively lively throughout. While top marks were-trimmed iia several cases near the close, ; many -favorites ended at their day's peaks. Transfers were in'the neighborhood 'of 1,800,000 shares.' BOARD AND ROOM By GENE AHERN I STAKronOTEU.* COUPLE OF CCHOVcS HERE ABOUT (W GLWHGfTr WITH SHORT FUSEBEELB^ BUT THEY WALKED OUTONME^.-GET A PENCIL, PODMER.TO RECORD THIS PCS. HISTORY --THECLASSIC OF ALL GUNPKSHTS / START IFlCOUUSPIPETHls' HOT AIR OF HIS IH WOULD BE DONE IN · AN HOUR./ ,,' CASHLOANS^ MADE PROMPTLY «*: .private otto* for toaa ADva'eati to transact businia In, ana eaurteouL n- \ penanced loan rauuifr' to* talk la ' eryptofrmm K X U I U O H B V Y A M F H C I M A O P M K X M T F O B V D G M O B L A V R J C T , F S T A V R O B b -- T I F M T . 8atnrt»y« CrypKxrqot«: HE THAT PROCRASTJ^ATIS IW AN AFFAIR COURTS DESTRUCTION--PLUTARCH. Produce MASON CITY--For Monday (Cash Quotations by E. G. Morse Eggs, current receipts 30c Springs, heavy breeds .23c Leghorn springs, 2 Ibs. over 2lc Heavy hens 20c Hens, under 4 Ibs, 17c Cocks .; He - All No. 2 poultry, 3e less Merchant Quotations Eggs, at retail 1 45c Butter, Iowa State Brand 49c Butter, Com Country 48c Butter, BroofcHeld .49c TO INDUCT MEN MAKING CHANGE Report Orders to Be Sent to Draft Boards W a s h i n g t o n , JP) --.Capitol sources predicted Saturday selective^ service headquarters would direct local draft boards within the next 24 hours to induct men between 18 and 38 who change jobs without board approval. Sources close to the house military committee said they were informed of the new order by spokesmen for selective service. These sources also said the army has agreed to lower its physical standards to accept lor work units men sent-to it by draft boards under a "work or fight" regulation. The new regulations would apply to men now holding deferments of any kind, either occupational or physical, but would be aimed primarily at the physically fit group. Its purpose is to prevent labor turnover through shifting of job's' without draft board approval. -· · · · ; · · ; - " - . . . ' . - ; . - . " While meB'unaer 26 have in the past faced immediate induction if they shifted from jobs for which they had been deferred, that policy had not applied generally to men of the older age groups or to 4-F's, spokesmen explained. Frequently, they added, men ordered inducted for shifting Jobs were found physically disqualified. In the future, with the lowering of army acceptance standards, these men will be assigned-to labor units. CHICAGO POTATOES (Monday Markety · CMea«;o,- tpi-- (w. F.- A.)--Potatoes: Arrivals 83, on track 120. Tola! V. StsMp- ments lor Saturday 985, Sundny TI. Old slock, offerings very light, demand food, market firm at celling -for -best stock. Idabo Russet Burtanks TJ. S. Tfo. 1, S3 57- Cplcrado Red McClures, U. S. JIo. 1. $3.42; Minnesota and North Dakota BSlss Triumphs Commercial. 42.91; Red Warbas U: S. Ko. 1, »3.12: Cobblers. U. S. No. I, ?3.01; Commercials $2.91; Florida 50 Ibs. sacks BUss Triumphj, U. S. Jfo, 1, Je.73rfa 2.73 per sack. ESTIMATED ITVESTOCK RECEIPTS (Mcm«»j- Market) CUeato. W--(W. P. A.)--Officially estimated salable .Hveslock receipts tor Tuesday; Hogs 17,000; cattle 9,000; sheen 8,000. CHICAGO PEODCCE (Monday Hirliel) Chlcijo, OP--Butter, flrm. Receipts 148,129. 93 score (Al 41%c; 92 score (A) 41c; 90 (B) 40%c; 90 (C) M!4c; cookinff (88) 39c; centralized carlots (88) 40%c. Eggs, receipts 6.602; firm. U. S. extras 42.1 to 44.6c; TT. S. standards 39 6c: current receipts 39.6c; dirties 32 to J5 checks St to 3oc. CHICAGO (Monday Market) Chlcaj-o. («5--(W. p. A.)--Live poultry Urm. Receipts 6 true*--, no cars. Prices unchanged, Illinois Car License Plates are Delicious Fare for Clever Dogs . Springfield, m, (IP)--The dog that found out that Illinois wartime, automobile license plates are good to eat apparently is letting the rest of dogdom in on his discovery. Police said they had received complaints from several auto owners that their license tags-made of soybeans -- are being chewed off their machines, evidently choice canine food. There is speculation among the victims and dog fanciers as to why dogs suddenly have developed a taste for the soy plates used by Illinois in wartime in place of the pre-war tin tags. Owners reporting the dog vandalism said that the dogs either approach a car as it is parked or follows it for blocks--then snatches all of the plate he can chew off and scampers away. Police said they were baffled. California's population increased from 6,807,387 in the 1940 census to an estimated non-military figure in 1943 of 7,397,546. Death Notices Fredrick Christian; 71, 17ZJ Delaware K. E., died E^iday at 2:30 p. m. Tweral services wlU b« held Tuesday at 1:30 p. m. at the Patterson funeral nome wltli the Rev. A. N". Kogness, pastor of Trinity Lutheran church, officiating. Burial wlU he at Manly. The Patterson funeral home is In charge. Cord ot Thanks I WISH to take this opportunity to thank all thtee fVhO5« kindnesses and remembrances roade my brief stay at the hospital almost a pleasure. Especially am I grateful to the blood donors who so sraciously gave to save. K. M. Hall, Funeral Director MEYER Funeral Borne. A beautiful ·aervic* need cot be costly. Ambulance tervlce; Phone 1505. PATTERSON Funeral Home. Known JOT service. Ambulance. 322 North 1 Washington. Call H«o. KcAtTLEY Sao funeral Home. A dlstlnctlTe. dlgnlfled. complete funeral service. Ambulance, a South Adatnx. Phone 651. MAJOR Funeral Homft a» Second N. B. Efficient Service pluj Reverence. Am- milance. Phone 511. · Personals LAJY -wants Tide to ILos Angeles near Jan. 15. Share expenses and belp drive. Write K-5, Globe-Gazette. CALL your Spencer Corsctlere for you! foundation garment. Lena Thorndyke, 108 N. Madison. Ph. 5114-W. Lost, Found B!ond LOST--Black leather tur« in lot East of Damons Sat. a. m.. containing valuable papers and ration books. May keep money and return purse. Call · BORROW FROM $30 TO $300 United Financial Service "Fmrnfljr ftatoof CounttHor~f~* - Ojn^Bug .Hopkto» QUICK CASH LOANS TO WOMEN tt you need cash see the Security Loan Company, Room 321 First Natl, Bldg. Ask for Mrs. Simon, manager. Loans from $25 to $300. Immediate service. Phone 41Z. itlANY traffic accidents arc caused by 03*85? · ' " CALL wuiUnuoDi tor tie better permanent waves. Complete barber an* Beauty service. » Ninth N. K Ph. S741 FOR SALE--Sadlo. 10-tube cabinet mod. .Victor radio. 901 N. Flllmore.' Ph. TOR SATjE--Baled hay, clover. 3 miles east Rockwell. J. p. Ketchuw. TOR SALE--2,000 bushes corn. Ph. 543. W. C, Hofer, dear Lake. *··?**· fOR SALE--600 Bushels No. 2 com. Ceiling price, s. J. HIckey, Clear Lake, la. « mi. S, Turkey Farm. OS. aALOE-Baled ereen, leafy . l a f a and clover hay; also seaconed oak wood for cookstove, heater, fireplace. Ceo. T. Grek, Clear Lake. DANCE PAVILION with first grade maplft floor and fixtures and 2 lots. Pavilion size- 40x90, orch. stage size 24x10 deep. Good location; Will sell lor $3,500. -FRED SntOEBEL '";' " . Lakota, Iowa · OR STRATED-l attta from McDennott pasture, y, mL e«t. Vt Ujri erf Cameron elerotor. O«0 « S. tc R. Chev. Co, Inc. , ' r m e a « contalnfae money, va!u«Die Papers. At Pane Inn. RtHim to Globe- Gazette lor reward. "·5h~~r4? ! ? I** 1 * 1 * Midland Heights. Ph. li99-J. Reward. $25 REWARD for the return of TRAVELING BAG lost between Rock Island and Milwaukee depots. CALL 1000 Money to Loon OUR PRIVATE CLIENTS · WANT SOME MORTGAGES on Mason Ctty residence properties. Ix w i n t e r e s t rates, liberal pre-paymenti. Prompt service. Alio farm loans at low- ert Interest mtij, HUGH H. SHEPABD Suit* 209 Forartns Bldg. Phon» JM-4M MASON crry. IOWA Money to FARM LOANS to fit your n No Commissions 4% 15 to 25 Yeari MASON CITY \ LOAN INVESTMENT CO Mo embarrassing Inveatttfttton friends. relatlvw or UH North r«deal JT drj. bnn A HUENDLY CASH I/JAM SERVICE FROM A FRlENt)l,V IX)AN CO. $25 - $JOO - $200 -- and up Federal Discount Corp. 19% N. Federal Ave. W. I» CAMERON. Mgr. OptOmetriiH U Beauty Shop* 12 FOB SALE--Vogue Beauty Shop, Na»hua, la. Seasonable. · Phme U5 or write McNally. Greene,. U. Radio 16 Seed*, Feeds 17 Business Opportunities 18 Help, Wrd., Mate 20 WMC REGULATIONS Advertisements (or Male Worfcet* ar« carried In these "Help Wanted" columns with tie understanding that htrini procedures shall conform to War Manpower Commission regulations. HETOBNZD War Veterans a futuro Is to itore for you In theater business, tor eialli aee C. B. IJndblad, Salact The- MAN to operate tyPesetttoi; machine. Will teach trade to likely candidate. PhjllcaUy handicapped may be able to qualify. Corae see. Steady employment Graphic, Lake Mills. lowi: WANTED RELIABLE MAN to Handle Local Business that should make him $3000 or more a year NO INVESTMENT If'interested write R-6 WANTED TO HIRE Man Between 21 and 40 Years Old TO OPERATE THE ESTAB- USHED.GROCERY KOUTE WITH HEADQUARTERS IN MASON CITY, IOWA We pay guaranteed weekly salary plus bonus on your production. Average weekly income on one ot these routes is $40.00. We furnish automobile and pay all operating expenses as wen as an allowance for your personal expenses. Per- i manent position with excellent ' post-war possibilities. Reference j and bond required. Call or contact MR. TTTTJV CERRO GORDO HOTEL, AFTER 7 P. M. WANTED--brr}ed man on farm. Waco and share of crops. Write Box UK. Giv« phone number. Cbarl« CSty." ·TTNANCa; and Small Loan Muv--ttxa- ctsablished and liaadally-straag Iowa company--caa u«e -p«rznaiieiitl7 u roan* ager In another Iowa city, a man who has bad some experience la personal loans and flium-lng. KxctHent itarUnc salary and coed future opportunity. All Inquiries will be treated in strict con- !!dcr,«. Writ* 3-i. JJason Cltr Olot*Gazette.'* ' DSTJO SALESMAN--Permanent posi- tlorj with excellent-prospect /or mb- nantlal present and pott-war income, represenunff leading manufiicturer of biological:, blocheznicals, phanuaceuU* caU. Fharmac; or pre-medlcal expert- end essential. Salary, expense* as3 bonus, or commlsrion. Xxica] territory. The KaUonal Drug Co., IPhOadelphla «. Pennsylvania. t MAINTENANCE man wanted. Apply Pork Inn. Help WM., FMnato 21 WANTBD--Olrl or woman let tcncn] house work. ExctEent wares. Ph. Bit. WANTEB--Girl or woman lor g*n. hmrtt. No washing, good wajej. St. latl. ROOM mail*, tun tiro* work ,, Jan. », Apply Tn.nun rannar

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