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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1943 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Classified Advertising Information TABLE OF ECONOMY \ V A N T AD PRICES 10% discount if paid at time of insertion. 3% discount on all classified ads paid within 10 dayc of last insertion. This is 6 point typ« Th. nl«* for this tli* tysw 1 Day 3 Days 6 Days 2 Lines ... 3 Lines ... 4 Lines ... 5 Lines ... fi Lines ... 7 Lines ... 8 Lines . .. 9 Lines , . . $ .30 .45 .60 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 $ .75 1.13 1.5" 1.83 2.25 2.B3 3 00 SI .32 1:98 2.64 3.30 3H6 4.02 5.28 5.1)4 This is 10 point type. The rates for this size type are-- 1 Day 3 Days 6 Days 2 Lines .. 3 Lines .. 4 Lines .. 5 Lines .. 6 Lines .. 7 Lines .. 8 Lines .. 9 Lin ·: .. .. S .40 .60 .80 .. 1.00 .. 1.20 .. 1.40 .. 1.60 . . l.SO $1.05 $1.92 1.58 -2.88 2.10 3.84 2.63 4.80 3.15 5.76 3.68 6.72 4.20 7.R8 4.73 8.64 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 Day 3 Dnys 6 Days 1 Inch S .80 Si.25 S4.35 JUST CALL 3800 AND ASK FOR AN AD-TAKER . ARents Apts. for Rent AmuEemenl,« Aulo Acc'sorlei Aulos for Sal* Aulo Truck? 2« a:t ? 62 no A u t o Ffnflnclnj 13 Beauty Shops 12 Board. Room Bits, locations BUR. Op'tunllles Index to Classified Classifications a r e numbered according to the position in which they appear in the section, 37 Instruction ?S Insurance JD In Memoriam A2 Investment S TJvest'k (or Sale 42 Location Wanted M Lost. Found 6 Lots for Sale 3B Machinery 4] Misc for Sale 44 MUc for Rent 4(i Money to Loan 8 Musical In sir *Ft Nurserv Stock 41 Optometrists il Offlcts for Rent 49 Office Equlpt. 50 Personals S Poultry. Eacs S3 Radio 16 Real Estate M Real Esl- Loans AS Rooms (or Rent 32 Sale or Trad* :u Sale or Rent B55 Satesladiu 24. Salesmen 23 Seeds. Feeds 17 Services Offered 'JZ Situation WltL 22 Swap Service ^3 Wtd. to Borrow 58 Wanted (o Buy 5ti Wear'g Apparel 53 IVantert. SHse. 59 Wanted to Rent 57 Card of Triantt* 2 Cemeteries A3 15 e e e s Cleaners. Dyer! Cottages A35 Death Notices 1 Doss. Birds. P«t» « Electrical A22 Farms for Sale 39 Farms for Rent 4D Florists 4 Foods 45 Funeral Directors * Garages 52 Gardens A45 Help Wanted. Mare. Female 27 Help Wld.. Malt 20 Help Wanted. Female 21 Help Wia.. With Investment is Houses for Sale .15 Houses for Rent 34 H'sehold Good* 54 Funsra! Directors Start by Selling Used Furniture Through the Want Ads Money to Loan 8 START THIS YEAR OFF WITH Freedom From Worries! Mahu Iliis a REAL new year, as f a r as ycur finances .ire concerned. JicaOIvc TODAY to Day a l l your old bills, and lake care o( any medical or dental work your family may need, you can liavc up to SWU. and llic easy monthly icpay- "'"'iniS 4 ' m '" w l l h J ' our budget. Come in NOW Jor promut, confidential !)eJp, Home Loan Finance Co. 205 Foresters Bldg. Mason City Optometrists 11 EIGHTY-FIVE per cent o( recurring headaches arc caused by eyestrain. Sec Dr. Knulson. Opt.. Weir bids. Houses tor Rent 34 FOR RENT" 13 20tli SI. S. E.. 3 rm. bungalow.. ,S2ioo 807 N. Madison, j rm. b u n g a l o w . . S37JO 202 S. Vl.. 5 rm. bungalow, j;as heat S10.0U JOy S. K e n t u c k y , 5 i m . bungalow. ssa liem s«.0» (117 Eleventh St. N, E.. 5 nil. bmifialuw. «aa heal sw.uo and others W. L. PATTON. REALTOR 103 East State FOR BENT--Newly decorated 7 room house, near Monroe school. Garace. 827.50. Sam Baizes. FOR RENT--3 rm. house. 1332 N. Conn.. 512.50 mo. Hi. 4919-LJ. 331 12m S. E. FOR RENT--3 loom, partly turn, base- mem house. SI2.50 mo. 1523 N. Del. Houses for Sale 35 HEALTH llnoneh normal ucrvp funclion Dr. [I. J. Garner anil Dr. Lucy E Garner, 706 North Federal Radio 16 I'On SALE--7 tube table model radio 1 vr. old, also two Iloor lamps. Ph. arl6. Business Opportunities 18 FOR SALE-- Small grocery and service station oil Hivvay IB. Also '30 L W B Cliev. truck. A-l cona. Haelsbaek Gro^ eery and Service, Garner. Help Wtd., Male 20 WANTED--Grocery clerk and slock boy Sam Ratecs Department store. HOUSE FOR SALE i AT CLEAR LAKE Due to gasoline rationing. I must move nearer to the center of my territory. I will sell our six room house. Large enclosed porch, four rooms, stool and lavatory downstairs. Two rooms and full bath up. All newly decorated, new roof, new automatic hot water heater. gas furnace three years old. One block from school, four blocks from bank corner. AUSTIN REYNOLDS 118 Benton Street--Clear Lake Phone 275-W WANTED-4 pin setters. Must he 15 yrs. or older. Victory Lanes, 115 E. ·stale. Apply afternoon. SERVICEMAN Must know tires, batteries and auto accessories. Good hours, good pay. Apply in person. B. F. GOODRICH Silvertown Store 125 FIRST ST. S. E. Help Wtd., Femole 21 - w o r . 1)a)f days "· '"» "avs. Call WANTED-- Wailrcss. Green Mill. WANTED-Waitress. Apply In pcr-on at Soda Grill. WANTED--Girt or vvomnp to rare fr,r cllilcl. Go home eve. OtC Sixth PI. S. E. WANTED--Girl for gen'l. liswk. Clear Lake. Write Q-0. Globe-Gazelle. WANTED--Housekeeper on farm: m Ob- Services Offered 23 WANTED--E.vp. Kcnersl mdse. or crocerv mgr. wants position. Good ref. Wril'c M-6. Globe-Gazette. MIRRORS resilvered. Factory nroccis Guaranteed. Mackefs. Phone 782. Salesmen MEYERS Funeral Home. A b e a u t i f u l service need not he cosily. Ambulance service. Phone 1305. MAJOR Funeral Home. 2rm Second N. K. Efficient Service plus Reverence. Am- uulancc. Phone 511. McAULEY and SON Funeral Home. Complete service. Day ond niEht, C South Adams. Phone 631. PATTERSON Funcra: Home. Known for service. ArnuuJancc 322 North Washington. Phcne 1UO. Personals 5 DAY Nursery. :OH N. Delaware avcn~. Phone 1133I-W. Lost, Found 6 LOST--Elite multi-colored scarf at Strand Sun. Retv.-ird. Globe-Gazelle. LOST--Shenffcr pen l)v high ?c hool stu- ilcnt. Tucaday A. M. Ph. a.'i4j. RcwarU. Money to Loan 8 Married or Single Quick Cash Loans S25 to S300 SECURITY LOAN CO. 321 First Nat'l Bank Phnnc 412 REAL ESTATE LOANS F. H. A. AND OTHER TYPES E. W. CLARK CO. 205 Foresters Bldg. 5TTC YOU CAN BORROW this ' J amount (Tom us for I" months if you can lay aside S1.75 per week to make the payments. Federal Discount Corp. EARL V. ZEARLEY, Manager ia',2iN., Federal Phone 516 LOA"NS~uFTOl300 ANYWHERE IN NORTH IOWA No Fees--No Deductions--No Delay. On your own signal-re and security. No inquiries made of friends, relatives or · employers. Convenient repayment, terms.--Special terms to Farmer- See, Phone nr Write 113 for FREE INFORMATION C. L. PINE LOAN CO. Second Floor - Slate ant" Federal Phono 24 WE SUPPLY THE CASH YOU NEED S30 to S300 United Financial Service lo'.i M. Federal PJnir.e 57 25 SALESMAN for baby clilck and feed store. Good proposition. Stale experi- cnee. references and all details In firn lellcr. Slromberr; Ha'lchcry. Fort Dodcc Iowa. * Swop Service 29 SW/\P_I925 Chev. i-ar. coorf sliapc. cood nn^V,"? livcslo ;l or crain. Write DD-6. Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Eiiiiity in K rm. liou.ce in .llascm Cily for f a r m , equipment. Write TT-4 Globe-Gazelle. SV/AP--2jO cgc incuhalor for 5 heavy pullets or 3 gccie. Write i!H-j Glohc"- Rooms for Rent 32 FOR RENT-Furn. li s hl hoiisckccpmr rm. Isl floor. =23 s r d N. E. FOR KENT--nm. wilh house n r i v On bus line. 2S S. La. FOR RENT--Room, close in. Call a f t e r . p. m. Ph. 1330-J. FOft RENT--^ fiirn. hsknc. rooms hath K*s heat. SJ3 mo. 2W Ninth i'. E. FOR RENT--.-! par!, film, or u n f u r n rms. Pri. c u t . 234 Gill St. S, E. Apts. for Rent 33 Misc. for Sale 44 r O R SALE--Scwine machines, complete ihoc repair niaeh. Used ear healers 51 ou «l, B. i o. Exchantc. 1311) K. Federal. FOR SALE--Special delivery 1.500 Ibs best F r a n k l i n c o u n t v . Ill . | U!m) coil -ow on »nol. hoi. holds (ire all i.iRht! Has more heal and lasls longer lha/i Ion °' ' na 'I y ol '"-' r mak - 57.15. lax He. lolal 57.23. phone 40S, Louis Swehla FOR SALE--a pr. men's chrome racinc skales, size 5 and K: chrome hockey skates, size a. pj,, 1230. Foods 45 POPCORN--Sure Pop 3 Pounds 29c EARL'S FRUIT MKT. 11)07-1003 South Federal Avc. FOR SALE BY OWNER--3 rm. bungalow Lcavina city. Ph. 3343-I.W. Acreage 37 FOR JiE.NT-- Ai-r nefercnces. Write Waterloo. la. . 22 Lafaycllc St.. Wearing Apparel 53 Foil SALE--One fall and 1 JIntcT'ianT's Princess coats: flollimoor suit, size IS-'JO. Dre=ics. blouses. ll'Jj First S. W. FOR SALE--3 ncrc\ mod. house uain chicken house, aarafic. SD.noo. Write n-;' Globc-GaztUc. . Forms for Sale 39 FOR SALE--160 A.--Will sat-rilicc well imp. farm close to Mason City. Ideal for dairying. Pass. Mar. 1st. Write W-5 Globe-Gazelle. FOR SALE--ISO acres. Mar. Isl po.«. Wrile L-5. Globe-Gazelle. FOR SALE 112 '.i A. improv. nr. Forest City, 375 per A. Real buy. Possession. 160 A. improv. lirst cl.iss farm nr Kanawha. SHO per A. it sold in a few clays. Possession March l. 130 A. improv. Coed farm near Gooclcll. Slo.UOO. May get possession March 1. 308 A. well improv. Winucbago Co. Easy terms. Possession 0. B. ANDERSON Forest City, Iowa _ FOR RENT-160 A. farm near JJ. C. Wnlc K-J. Clobc-Gazcltc. FOH rtENT-^a acre farm C mi. N. E. ot r.iccvillc. Good land and buiklinos Write R-l. Globt-Gazetlc. Machinery 41 FOI: SALE--New millcher for W. C.-A. C. trader. Joe O'Donucll. Dousherly. FOR SALE Ciiilomcr will sell 19^2 model Oliver "70- I r a c t o r comjilcte v.-ith starter, l i p h t a - poiverllfl. power - lake - off. l i c i t - p u l l e y ' H-JO tires, also c u l t i v a t o r with rear a'l. laehments. one heavy =I(i Oliver Ravdc- nloiv and one 12 foot t H C tractor disc This maciilncry is like new and can be seen at THE OLIVER RETAIL STORE Sec BEN VAN HORN CHARLES CITY. IOWA Lives foe k for Sole FOH SALE--Purebred Spotted Poland hoar: Guernsey hull, scrvieeahlc Ph GyJ-W. Clear Lake. FOR SALE--2 eradc Berkshire hoars. R »v. Olin^er. Clear Lake. Ph. ^9F^J. FOR SAI.E-Y.nn R Giicrn-ey ccnv, fresh soon. \ r ern Eo\^-ci, Vemura. FOR RENT--Ground floor. 2 bedroom apt. New. cas licat. close in Also " room apt.. S20. Phone lisa or 3210. FOn KENT--Downtown oulsidc 1 o~- rm. apla.. furn_ n n f u r n . USVi N. Fed. [ IFOR DESlRABUf APTS. see J. B. Youngblood. Phone 36. FOR SALE-D Shorlhorn heifers, some ,";?,,"!, frL ' s i lcn '" tn " nl1 s o m c "Pen. ul. nuo Ibs.. from sm a milk cows; also a sorrel gelding, cominc three yrs old \vl. laJO. Laviiic Peter. Plioni; nsFll' 5, I VJ. tc , s v '' cst and t '» miles south of Snclficld. Misc. for Sale 44 Musical Instruments 48 COME in and listen 10 Gcorcc G c r f h n-in's "Porgy and Bess" album. Lcs Reed Music Co., l u a N. Delaware Auto Accessories 62 SEARS . is an o f f i c i a l Tire Inspection! Station Your tires must be inspected by January 31. Wanted to Buy 56 FOR SALE--Story anil Clark piano. Cheap. Pli. SO-t atlcr 5 n. in. FOE SALE--Two violins full sue. Pii. 1'23(J. -'.-.: site, also Office Equipment 50 SALES. Service and Supplier on office criliirjlncnt of .ill kinds. Kishcr Typewriter Co.. lO'.j East State. 25 USED TRUCKS and PICKUPS Will Pay Top Cash Prices. Sec Us Now. Lapiner Motor Company RELIABLE FOR OVER 23 YEARS WANTED-- To buy user* furniture. Trade your old for new f u r n i t u r e . Joe Goss 212 Soulli Federal. Autos for Sale 60 Men's Leather Jackets New longer length with zipper closing. Plaid wool or silk lining;;. $9.95-$13.95 GAMBLE STORES 201 W. FEDERAL IlADiATOIlS cleaned, fenders s t r a i g h t - cncd, wheels balanced and aliened ; BirutnOhxm Company. We Will Buy Your CAR ZENOR MOTOR CO. 21 Second S. W. (j.|3 S. Federal LEGAL NOTICES XOTJCJ: or s m : u i r i 's s.u r STATE OK IOWA, conn Cj 0 , do co nty llrinri Household Goods 54 FOIl SALE--05.000 kit. »ns iic.ilcr. liuby sewing inach.. l a w n :nowi;r, tncj-clc, 5U qls. canned friiil. G-38 Jth X. L". FOR SALE--Table 1O! ens range in good cond. OUter lurn. 402 N. Jaekson. WE pay cash lor Uietl Delta Power Tools modern Table-Toy K ,is range*, electric washers and 5e\vin£ machines. Currie- Vnn Ness Co. '.. G U I l l c i n r i c l i ami ru Ins ivifr. ami lu n-him, i . \ o u u r e hereby l u i t i f u r d tliai Uv v i r t u e f ii general execution, to me (Jlieelcd and isMied oul oi tile .jf(k-e O! t h e Clcik or t l i e District Courl c,l Ihe Slate of lou-a w u h m and for Ccrro Goido Counl 5 upon a judgment rendered in said Court in f:ivor of Jyine* M. W.TRiier, Jiid afiLLin^l Glla Ileinrich and Franrivi Hcmrirtl. for Ihe sum of Si.s h u n d r e d f o r t y - t h r e e ami H-jOO Dollars. ,lcbl. and slxlj -four and Vi , ,, rs ' e0!ltl! - ' " avc lcviul "l 0 " Ihe !ollowm K cluerlbed real est.m.. to u-if Tlir N u t l h Half of I..H 1:1 I,, u,,. s ,,b- JvSi"" "' "' C "'"''"VCSJ l(u:irlrr M l ' i nf u.c Nnrlliu-et Uliartrr l . \ W ! i uf SfclloiL ri;litocn 11.11. Tniiii- r 1 "'' x ..... l'-«ix ««:. Xorlli lUnct l i r r i i l y - l i n e C ' J l ] U'el .if tin- r,lh I'. M. hi I'rrrn U n n l o Cniniiy. I n n a and t l m t on t h e I l l l i day of' Januorv 194J .nt a o-cloel; P. M.. :,1 .he f r u n t doi.r of the Coun lloi^e in Mason Citv Ceivi, Omiio Coiinlv. Iowa. 1 will nroveed lo sell the sjiine in s a t i s f a c t i o n of said e.\ecn- lion. toiittlioi- with all Iceal costs [.eeruni" Dated oi ,l,o S h e r i f f s o f f i c e in ^'·' "" S " Ul " l i l y "' N '" w " lllctl . TIM It. P H A L K N S h e r i f f of Ccrro Cordu Ctiunlv lov. T ' Seismologist Says Japan Due For Another Big Earthquake NOTICI: oi- tnsrioi.i;Tio\' or C O I t r o i E A T I O N TO WHOM IT M A Y CONCERN: Xutico is hereby tiiven i l u i i h r Nchi uilrilniliui: Cuinvany, an Iowa Cuniurii- lion willi its n r i n e i i i a l ul.-icc or liiui:ic s in Mason C i t y . Iowa, by u n a n i m o u s can. _ ___ sent at its stockholders, lias been i t U FOR S A L E -- I M l Master t u d o r Chevrolet -,",'' ," s ," f P"-TM"'!*"' 31. !·»··. " - -- - - "· Bated t i n s ."I!, day of .lanuarv 194:1 DISTIUBUTING COMPANY llj- IIEHT GETZ. Its President FOR SAI-E-- Linculn Xcptlvr 4 door ^eitan Excellent condition. Karl K. llass Clear Lake. Phone 175. Write V-5. Gluhe-Gazeue. COO!) ASSORTMENT of real values in Ubcd ears. Prilcliiircl Motor Company. 2011 rll'st al. S. E. FOR SALE--Air-Way elee. sweeper Per- fccl condition. II. M. Richer. Ph. inn. ATTENTION AIR. FARMER; Yes we have a fc\v SKELGAS ranees and ,1 lew MAYTAG WASHERS for sale. Better Uiin-v CERRO GORCO MAYTAG CO 411 K' Federal Avc.. Phone 20K. Furniture Auction Sat. Afternoon, Jan. 9. 1515 S. FEDERAI 1 P. M. Our drat big sale or the now year Sec Friday's paper tor listing. If you have furniture to sell call us at once. Col. J. B. Lane, Auct. PHONE 1822 Winterized Used Cars Reasonable Prices HART MOTORS, Inc. DODGE - PLYMOUTH Opposite the Post Office 120 N. Delaware Phone 3GO TERMS - TRADES PARTS for Mnylas and other washer? Rcnairine anil used ivashcrs. .Marsloti' M2 South Monroe. Phone IC^. WE STILL BUY GOOD USED CARS Peterson Car Exchange 419 NOKTH I-'EDEI'JAL For. SALE--10117 Plymouth Clooil Write JM-I;. ClolM.-C.-izem.-. LEVIKSON. ils Attorney NOTICI! I l l ' A N N U A L .MEKTIXr. police i.s lieruljy niv L -n t h a t tlie A n n u n l ill," -i* l Wt al t l l l ; AasocloKnn's 'oi'fi'ci'' I1U .Norlli Federal A v e n u e . Mason Cilv Iowa. Wednesday. J a i i u a r v ·'(! 191-1 : j -TOO «-c-ioen P. j,.. ful . ,-,,,. ,,;,,.,,,,;·;; ;;} ih''""i R cl ." cclnrs ! ""l tr.iiiwii-llon of aim, /orc r tl!"'"T,"'"' X ''" " lriy l;iw£ull ' " lme '·"-- I K A 1v. STINSOX. Sceielary NOTICI: or iiissoi.rrioNitoi.ri: i-KouiVrs co.«r.\xv T o ^ U t i o i n It May Coiu-L-nir PrinhicLs Coni[)any. a L-oriniralion or- Kiiiiiired .-ind e^istin^ under and hv vimir nf llic law ,,[ tlit- St.iti. of Iowa "will" l!s nriijL'ipal r,l act . a! |,,,.,.j lu . ss ( l mo cil |J( , Mason Cily. Iowa. was. Ijy the unanimous I yo.c ot ;,ll the sturi: ,,f , (lc coinmnv lam-d and m i l K n n d i n i ; and l,y the. una.Vi. ' IhT'com", 0 ,,'" ""' ' : " ar '" Dirc '-'" 1rs "f i l»r :!l°"A l !'"D y '"l'!ir 1 . J ' ' llsaulvi; ' 1 "" UTM--"- HOLFE PRODUCTS C O . M P \ N Y By CIIAS. 1C. STtllCKLAXD HX W. II. nEES . !!,' Sr'SiS; 1 ,' Auto Trucks We buy. sell and repair all makes of v a e u u m cleaners. Hoover Department ·Ucrkel's bascineti:, KOft SALE--1U30 Clluv. stock nnrt jtra"n"i imek. I,. W. is.. K ood eond.. KIJOU lire-.*. Cail Grcll, Clear I^iUe. WASHEn REPAIRS, all makes. Qmi-i; economical. Cerro Cordn iaaytas Co Phone 211S7. " FOtt SALE--Mohair davenport ami chair Good. cond.. S3U, -nil 2ntl r, r W Ph ^fn a l t e r S p. m. Poultry, Eggs 55 FOR SALE--H nulitts. S« Olh SI. S. K. Wanted to Buy 56 WANTED TO r,\I7^m^i~^m^siai[~ contl.. price. Write Q-fi. Globc-Caictlc. WANTED TO G U Y -- 0 or 10 room modern house, corner lot wilh lair .sized vard preferred. Can be furnished, p n r t l v "fuv- nlshcrt or nol furnished. Cas : h (M m o n t h l y payment plan. Address , 1-4 Globe-Gazette. iifr. V.'rite J.S- Auto Accessories 62 Come io" for Good News on Tire NOTifi: TO sroi:i;i«i.irits ·,r ii : VV"' ; " 1 "TM 1 ' 11 - "f the Moelaioltleis f the .Mutual federal Savinjjs .·,,,! !_,,.,,. AsMjeiati,,,! 0 | .%!;,,,,,, C i l y w i l l l,o hel,l'.-,l the As.-OL-ii.ii.m s office .11 ,Vo. U \1V-1 ?£'-'·' T"?'" "" "'."In^lay. J a n u a r y 2U 13lo. .u J ». in., fur the iniinc.-e ,,t ,.)«·!- in;: llireelori :i.,d for Ihe t r a n s a c t i o n ,,f ' » · K. H. W A G N E R . Pj-i-slil J. W. IKONS. Seerutary Fordham University Professor Explains Quake Tendencies SCHENECTADY. N. Y.. (U.R)-- According to Ilie law of average:; Japan should jiot be far from an- sevious cui'tliquaUo--perhaps this year, the Rev. J. S. Lyneh, S. .}., of Fordham university, declared in ;i Ooiifi-ul Electric- science forum address here. Speakins on the subjoel of "Earthquakes in Japan." l-'athc-r Lyddi ,-iuicl t h a t the last major c;!!'llK|ii;il;c in t h a t eounirv was ::i lfi:i:i when XOOO lives wore lost. "The. ciuiike prcviuus In ID:;:), strangely ciiiiiigh. was in lm, lie uointcd out. "Will the next he i;i 1043?'' Discussing the location of Japanese quakes. Father Lynch said t h a t Ihe three worst ones the main islands have .suffered in recent times were in 1801. I')2:i and 1927. "la 1891 the main island of Japan _ was practically broken in tu'o.' 1 lie explained. ''Cracks were observed clear across the island from the Sea of J a p a n on the left lo the Pacific ocean m the right. In UiiK Mine. Owari quake about 8,000 lives were losl, ··t -r- * ''Tokio was the .scene nf Ihe nc"t hiK q u a k e in lU2:i. The loss of life in tin's one was about 100.000. The quake actually occurred somo miles offshore but was of sufficient intensity to cause slipping aloiifj the coast amounting to six' feel in places. One cannot mention the Tokio earthquake w i t h o u t paying t r i b u t e tti the American architect Lloyd Wright, who designed Hie earthquake-proof imperial Hotel which withstood .the shock successfully. ''The third big quake of JQ27 the Tango e a r t h q u a k e -- occurred on tlie main island some 100 milts south of the I B f f I quake, it caused hormonal slips amounlin;' to eight leet and extending 50 miles in from the Sea of Japan. Only .'{.OHO lives were losl since it was not a thickly-populated region. "All ihese quakes were surface quakes w i t h visible surface effects. The main belt of Japanese quakes, however, runs along the Pacific- side of the main island some distance offshore.'' Father Lynch added that one of Ihe most disastrous effects of this group offshore is the huge \vatei- wavc usually caused by the quake. He pointed out that at Sanriku. a -small island offshore, these water waves caused :iO,000 deaths in 181)6 and :i.flfio in IDH3. "Formosa (Taiwan), the m u n i lions storehouse of Japan, has a betl of quakes c u t t i n g across the middle of Die island." he said "Some -1.000 people were k i l l e d by :i q u a k e there in 1":!5. and destructive quakes ot magm'imlr occurred [here in l!)20 and l'J22." . ''Of the 5B greatest surface earthquakes of !hc world thai have occurred since .scientific recurtiing of earthquakes began some 40 years ago. five have occurred ;;i Japan-- an average of one in eight years." the earthquake scientist declared. "The .lanancxn tlm;-,,- as severe, an average of a sevcro quake every 18 months. "The last major earthquake in Japan was in IS'AS when 3,000 lives were lost! The quake ot 1935 in Formosa was more disastrous from, the viewpoint of lives lost l,000), but it was not regarded as a major quake. "According to the law of averages, therefore, J a p a n should not be far from another serious quake." Tlie deepest known quakes h a v o all occurred on the equator in iho Java Sea at a depth of 4f0 miles, according to f a t h e r Lynch. "They are not numerous and we are sure of only three in some f i f t y years oL' earthquake observing," he "As we come closer to the surface they become more numerous and are found farther and farther from the equator. There have been some twenty or more at a depth of -100 miles. Three of these have occurred in Japanese t e r r i t o r i a l waters, but none in Japan proper. "Japan experiences two group.'i of quakes: Surface quakes and quakes at depths of SO to 250 miles. There have been about .'if) at the greater depth oC 250 miles and some seventy to 80 at t h u shallower depths up to 50 miles. Surface quakes h a v e been legion : n number." Real Estate Transfers Fullerton Lumber Company, S. Dak., lo Fullerton Lumber Company Minnesota SI. all L. 2 and .'i, Blk. 17. I. R. Kirk's replat Blk. 17 S. Mason City, (CorpWD). l'-2.'4.2. Harris. R. L. and Blanche, In Julia F. Hansen. SI. N L 1 and a, B -1. Natlress's subd, part of SK NE 24-04-22. ( W D ) . Nov. 11. 1942 Miller, Harriett Hchatfcr and Paul lo Sam Raizes. 51 L8 BIO Parker's titii Add M. C. ( W D ) U- 28-42. Bankers Life Co. lo A l f r e d F. and Clara K. M a r t i n ST.nOO W N\V (cxc J i l ! r / w ) K N\V 7-87-lfl (SWD) 12-3-4. Potter, F. F. I.uella E.. tr Henry C. R u t h M. Ilitics as j o i n t tenants, etc.. SI L249 Midland Ht= MC. ( W D ) . 12-H1-42. Doyle. Waller P. Grace K.. lo Waller C. Fewins SI Lii R B!i Parker's (illi Add MC. ( W D ) . 10-7-42. K i r w i n . Will, to Rudd. lown, Methodist church, SI. L. 1M8. C. L. Mcthotiist Camp ( W D ) , 12-2-'42. Lockwood. S. K.. to Helen G. Tickal SI.. L- :*, B. M And. subd. U. 14 subd. E. ".: S. t-:. Vi and that part of K. V, N. E. V.'i 18-06-20 lying S. of r-w C. M. St. P. Ry (W. D.) in-2:i-42. Mason Cily Limn and Investment Co.. (» ./ohaiina M. Siewert- sen SI L. a. B. :!. C J r a n d View 2nd Add. Mason C i t v (W. D.) }·'- 30-41'. Thornton. .Jesse, (o Beulaii Tu- I h i l l SI. L. 2(i. B. (i. West Haven Add. Mason Cily. (W. D.) S-:i-37. Scnneff. Jno. A. and Cora M.. to Leslie R. and Mary J. Albcrlson S170 L. r and (j. 131 Law's Add Mason City (W. D.) 12-10-42. N o r m a n . Albert and Carrie ct al to Beulah T u t h i l l SI L. 2(i. B. We'll help you prepare your application WANTED TO B U Y -- S m a l l .". Globe-Gazette. FOR fTEKT-Mod. A room a n t . and car. I O ! i North federal. Phone 2GC7. FOR RENT--New ^ rm. and ualh. u n f u r n apl. ^t. .V, Pcnn. FOR REXT--5 room apartment, f a s heat. 123.1 No. Federal. Phone 343. FOR RENT--Small, pleasant, turn, in fir. .ip;. m. hath. 3ln N. Del. FOIl BENT--I rm. nnrt kitelicnctlc f i l m apl. City heat. ^03 -Jnd S. E. FOR RENT-Fnrn. = rms. 1st f i r apt Fireplace. IMS heal, PH. MjT. FOH fir. furn. npl. Aulo. eoal heat, pri. cm. -IM W. Stale. FOR RENT--Furn. apt. l ] i j s. Del. Ph. FOIl RENT-- 3 rm. u n f u r n . apl.. Sir. mo oli S. Prc.n. Ph I I 4 7 - W . FOR RENT--NV.v k i l r l i c n c t l p apl. Kvery- I h m c f u r n i s h e d . S2.1 .- month. Phone i l63-v2llj. FOR RENT Four 4-Room Apartments One 5-Room Apartment One Single Room Above Piggly Wiggiy Inq. Third Fir., Apt. 2 12 FIRST STREET N. W. Houses for Rent 34 FOR RENT--6 rm. modern. 1012 3rd N W.. SI7.50: 4 rm.. pis, lj 3jtli s' W.. S30.00: fi rm.. gas licol. I21C -Irrt S. \V.. snM. Bci-k Bros. Co. Phono 1.1J FOR RENT-7 rm. hoii5e. Forest Park, near sch.. S3.'.. Mtmlcy's. KOR RENT--Lovely 4 room rtuplcx. Cilv ticat. prtv. halh. Otoon. Ph. Ii3(. OR RENT--fi room tiimnnlnvv ll.T W Slste. Cliarlcs W. Barlow. Phone TflTB. SALE--Mnri-s Victory model tiics'dc Lellcr Pcjhah. P l y m o n i t i . FOR SALE--10 horsepower Vv'cslniKhoit^c "olor "''»' starter eu-Kchci. Chc.ib. Ph. WANTED TO BUY--Furni- furc, dishes, tools. Ph. 1822. W A N T E D TO BUY--t'oll (nr player ni- nno. Eel I.yman. Rutlrl. lov.-.T. STRICTLY BUSINESS by M«FC.»«, THE. BOARD MEETING"] "We'll have to think of something else. When I suggested imylcss Tuesdays, Ihcy just hnoed!" ° Service 121 N. Dclciu-are Phone 3 T1RK INSPECTION Bert Winter, Official Tire Inspector ·2Sc PER CAR VULCANIZING and R E P A I R I N G Your Patronage will be very much appreciated. BERT WINTER Tire Repair Shop l l f i S. Commercial Alley Lodge Notices 3 I A S O N CITV l . O U f i K St. "~:i I, O. O, V. M c c t i n c c v r r v Tnc=- night V I R G I L IJL'RNS Noble Grand WAYMAN" CLOS.SON RccovdiiiK Secretary Ptionc P^G7 i»i.v« LoiXii: .vo. r.n A. r. * A. M. Work in Second Deprcc Wcdne?il;iv. .T,in. ( 7:31) P. M. A. L. IIOTCI1KIN. W. M. C. C. HALPIDE. Secretary Plionc IGW i.i:;ci; i.on;r so. nn A. e. it A. .M. liistiillntion of O f f i c e r s Jan. 7. 10^3 7:30 P. M. Dinnci, fi::!n I. ^1. M a k e Kcc-erv.ition n. G. SWALE. W. M DON GtLBKUT. Seecctary Ptione 2090 xoTici: or iiissii.i;-rt).v niAsox CITV iii:vi:i.oi-^ii:x r To Whom It Mny binM'n- ! ,. V "V ·'"'' l".'«ly nnlific'il Ma'on I t.Jly De\clj])iiu.nt C(»nii.-itiy. ;i t u r p o i a t i M n nr^aniied anil exi.slini; iiniU,- -me! bv v i r l u i - ui tlie law of u,,, s,.,,,. o , ,,,,,.;, V V i l l l i t s p l - i l l L i l i k ] pl;iee 01 l l l l ^ i l u - s s Hi I I I , ' Cily uf Masun C i t y , lovra u-r, 5 "ln the unanimmi.- vnlc o! all n,, : j. Ultk ,,, ,,;,'. vij[ii|]:ni.v issued and y u t a t a n O i n i i anil ijv .furs.r^iU'^iir^ii^'S,; .l^'^De'dntl-'A^' ,^"' ^ *» MASON CITV DEVKI.OPME.VT C O M P A N Y Jiy A L L A N ' K. HECK. Us Piesiik-nt t'.y -Mii.uKKi) KUIII.K.MKIK;;. Jls .St-crelaiy Here »·» There Miscellaneous Items From North Iowa and Southern Minnesota K.-VXAWIIA-PI-. p. c. KUKC of! Storden. Minn., is v i s i t i n g his Barents. Mr. and Mrs. Pole Kn;;e and other relatives and friends here. He has been inducted into the service and will leave for Chicago KANAWII.A -- Mr. ami Mrs., Amos Uuahe.s and family attended ; Ihe funeral services for Mrs. \ j MiiHliL's' father. .Jiitiitx Henschcn, I j hHd al the F i i s t i l a p t i s t church a t ! i Corwiih Thursday afiernnon. The 1 liev. Albert Rum was in charge i | a n d burial svas in tile Evergreen! cemetery al Britt. f KANAWIIA--Arlo Shcldahl observed his birliiday Tuesday by entertaining a few " f r i e n d s at h i s , home. Arlo i ; ; a .-indent at Iowa j State college. Ames, and has re- i turned lo his duties after spending i Ihe holidays w i t h iiis parents Mr. i nnd Mrs. E. B. Shckiahl. ' i KANAH'HA--Mrs. Lloyd Me- I Closkcy has returned lo her home! at Granville. M. Dak. She came lo i attend the f u n e r a l of her father. Julius Henschcn. and spent several' days visiting relatives in (his ivm- i munitv. i selves in t h e i r ofiicia] rccords'for i £ Wcst"l : i! t veii "Au'cV. Mason" Citv" llit.' ycai-.^l))lb-19:ir» list I!) r,uakes I (Q. C. D.) H-I-:)7. Livestock AUCTION AT THE Kanawha Sales Pavilion Kanawha, Iowa, on Highway No. I I Friday Afternoon, Jan. 8 STAKTIXG AT Ii O'CLOCK A new mouiituil forn picker. 2 r«\v, Tils nnsl a n y row trntlor. In lie sold :il Friday's nuclinn. C.iiml jicncral run (if livestock for Friday. This is one of tin- best markets in lawn. We. sell larsc quantities of stock at each sale. W e ' l l auction cows, sjirinsers. hulls, veal calves steers ai«l heifers, sheen. lots of IIUBS. an,I leiv horses this fruia.v. flotul IKPR sale every Friday. Ours is a dependable unction. Come--set acquainted. Firel special Horse Sale lo he held Tuesday. J a n u a r y '(! t'onsisrii .vour horses and ends. ' ~. ' H. Brummund^ Auctioneer Manager » B - , v | « - . . 'ant Ads :in,i ·,,,, paylcss' or "salclcss days, rhoiie ?,800. ,,.,,,,,. ahnll , If a writer usually seems sane. and otic of his sentences makes no sense at all. the linotype is probably guilty tif sabotage.-- D u b u q u c Tclccraph-llrrald. PHIL R. SHEIMO AUCTIONEER Livestock and selling experience for 20 years. HCRTIUC, unv.x riiuxK eis Livestock Auction FRIDAY, J A N U A R Y 8--12:30 P. M. NOTICE: We \rill Mart our sale at 12:30 promptly. This will enable us In civ.- hcttur service lo l.olli ro.isi«.i«r and imycr unil the farmers can set- more stork sold before chore time. All IniK and sheep buyers, please he on hand al 12:30. 100 CATTLE--Wr will hay,. a romplrtc run nf rattle this week. 10 Kooil Shorthorn spriiiniiiK licifcrs from onr consisnor; -10 While Face and Shorthorn steers. wciRlil GOO Ihs.. from one con s i K nor- 18 -sfecrs. wciKhl 1.000 Ibs.. fleshy. Also many consignments nf slockcr and feeder steers ami heifers, woicht 500 to 800 Ibs Some jiood calves. Fat cattle, butcher stock of all kinds. s prin B cows and heifers, bulls and veal i-alvcs. Last «cck we had a very -ood sale. All livestock mcl with broad demand. Fat cows, fat heifers, bulls and all slock catilc are Imnsins a lot of money. By selling thru our sale, you receive more competitive bidding on your Mlock than any way you can market them. 150 HOGS--ID good fall pi ss from one consifiniir: 2r, s ooil .spotted pi K s. wcisht 12.i Ibs. Also f e e d i n g hogs, sows anil boars. SHEEP--Fal Iambs, f e c d i n t lambs, lircd ewes and bucks. The lamb market is KOOI!. KKMEMBEIt: U'c start selling al 12:30. Be on hand: 1'nr prompt service and rotnulclK salisfaction. consisn your UvestocU tti us. Clear Lake Auction Co.

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