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20 Thursday, Feb. 24, 1944 KASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE A completely-equipped soldier requires 250 .pounds of cotton, or 10 times what the average civilian wears. Extra--Chapter No. fi "Winslow of the Coast Guard Plus Cartoon PALACE · END FRIDAY · Jamss Fc-aimore Coopsr's Bruce Kellogg Jeoa Porker Larry HOG MARKETING PEAK REACHED Trend of Shipments Will Probably Be Down Chicago, (IP)--P e a k o£ the record-breaking movement ol hogs from the country to mid-western stockyards has passed, traders in the livestock market were convinced Thursday, and IroYn now until autumn the trend of shipments probably will be downward. As proot of 'this conviction, the Chicago hog marketing committee has decided to end its permission- to-market plan, beginning next Monday. The plan, which has been in operation since Jan. 24, was established to prevent farmers from swamping packers with more hogs than could be handled. Bill Continuing CCC Until June 30, 1945, Is Passed by Senate Washington, (/P) -- The senate passed Wednesday a bill continuing the Commodity Credit corporation until June 30, 1945, after shouting down an attempt to add another food subsidy-repeal- er--a provision which prompted President Roosevelt to veto an earlier CCC extension measure last week. The bill was approved by an overwhelming voice vote and now goes to the house, whose banking committee Wednesday approved similar legislation. ' BARGAIN TRICES · MAT. 31c - EVE. 30c Plus Tax Children Always lOc STRAND n c TILL 6:00 - THEN n -t Plus Tai - Child. lOe ftl. THURSDAY - FR1DAT SHEARER MOB DICK FOKAN in "PRAIRIE THUNDER latest World News WHERE A SHALL f WE GO · DANCE -- AT -- The Ban fl With a Solo vox MAMIE GERLACH FRI. LYNN KERNS, Sat., Sun l A T E B U S WED.. MM.. SAT., SUN, Gepr/re Olson Fri. Don Erickson Sat. and Sun. I THE - SEASON'S - BEST Now - Playing A - 100% - HIT! DANGEROUS ADVENTURE...GLORIOUS MUSIC! CECIL tg-THE-BIC -SH OWS -PLAY TTCHNICOLOK Just - Ask - i-he - Hundreds - Who , Have - Seen - It -- STARTS - SUNDAY -A - W O N D E R F U L - ATTRACTION! /)ftButlersSister AKIN TANIROFF LYN ANKERS ALAN MOWBRAY FRANK JENKS WALTER CATLETT EtSA JANSSEN *I ty FtAKK IOKZAGE «·«*»«, b , FELIX JACKSOH - WILL - LOVE - EVERY - MINUTE - OF - IT! 1 Hog Prices Are Unchanged STEERS STRONG TO 25c HIGHER Lamb Market Is Slow at Steady Prices ' Chicago, (£)--The' hog market lowed down after a fairly ac- ive opening Thursday, and prices cmained even with Wednesday's verages. Steers and yearlings old strong and 25 cents higher n best grades. The lamb mar- ret opened slow at about steady irices. , The early strength on butchter logs was lost after the market lot under way Thursday and indications were that there would le a fairly large holdover, espe- ially on stock of inferior quality. :he top of $14.00 was paid spar- ngly, most of the government upported weights going f o r 13.75 to $13.90. Sows gained 10 :ents selling around $13.10 and 113.25 with some light weights up to $13.40. Receipts of 19,000 alables were under expectation; ut higher than a week'ago when 7,970 head arrived. Big packers )ad an additional 11,500 on di- ect consignment. Chicago, (/P)-i-(WFA)'--Salable dogs 19,000; total 32,500; slow, early strength butchers lost and market mostly steady with average Wednesday; good and choice 200-330 Ibs. $13.75-90, numerous early sales $13.85-90; top $14.00 iparingly, early: good and choice 70-190 Ibs. '$13.25-75; sows strong o lOc higher, mostly S13.10-25, iest light kind quotable to $13.40; prospects fairly liberal holdover ncluding much inferior quality. Salable cattle 5,000; salable .·alves 800; fed steers and year- ings strong to 25c higher; mostly 15-25c up on good and choice jrades, nothing strictly choice iere; top $16.75, paid for light as veil as long yearlings; bulk 513.75-15.75: s t o c k e r s slow, teady," m o s t l y $11.50-13.00; laughter heifers firm; b u l k S12.7S-14.25; best $14.85, but -hoice kinds absent; cows and julls mainly steady; cutter cows $8.00 down: canners S6.00-6.75, vith thin light kind very dull; trictly good cows to $13.00; heavy sausage bulls to $11.75, most light and medium weight bulls S8.75-10.75; strictly good icavy beef bulls to $12.50; veal- ers steady at $13.00 down, mostly 13.00-15.00. Salable sheep 7,000; total 7,500; market opening rather slow, several loads good and choice fed vooled western lambs to shippers about steady at S16.60 and $16.70, early top $16.70; part deck good and choice fed lambs to packers $16.50, however, large local killers going slow and undertone weak on medium and good grading lambs; sheep very scarce. 3rive for Natural Rubber Goes On; Supply Decreases Midwest Livestock (THURSDAY'S PRICES) Trend Good Butchers-140-150 Ibs 150-160 Ibs 160-170 Ibs. 170-180 !bs 180-200 Ibs 200-220 Ibs 270-300 Ibs 300-330 llw 330-360 Ibs Good Packing Sows-270-300 Ibs 300-330 Ibs 330-360 lb! 360-400 lus 400-150 Ibs. 430-500 Ibs 500-550 Ibs Albert Lea Mitm. Steady ... S 9.95 ... S10.S5 ... S11.25 ... sn.as ... S12.35 ... SI3.40 ... 313.40 ... 513.40 ... S13.40 ... S13.40 ... SI2.83 ... $11.90 ... S11.90 ... 511.90 ... $11.80 ... SH.70 ... sii.en ... S11.50 Auslin Minn. Steady S 9.60 $10.00 $11.10 Sll.W S12.20 SI 3.40 S13.40 SI 3.40 S 13.40 S13.40 $12.90 511.90 $11.PO Sll.SO $11.90 511.80 $11.70 Waterloo Steady SI 1.65 S12.I5 S12.95 $13.15 S13.45 S13.45 SI3.45 513.45 SI 2.90 S12.00 Sl'2.00 S12.00 sn.oo sn.no 511.70 Cedar Rapids Steady $11.50 SI 1.90 312.95 S13.J5 $13.45 £13.45 S13.45 $13.45 S12.90 Sll.SO Sll.SO $11.90 $11.80 $11.70 Local Livestock HOGS MASON CITY-- For Thursday Steady. Good light light* Good light lights Good light lights Good light lights Good light lights Good light lights Good med. wt. butchers iOOd med. wt. butchers : ood med wt. butchers ood med. wt. butchers .rood med. wt. butchers ood packing sows 3ood sows jOOd SOV.'S Good sou's Gaod sows 400-450 Sll.SO r-.ood sows 450-500 SI WO Doe lo excessive run of ton. please call the plant before dellverinr »ny hoji. JACOB E. DECKER 6 SONS. CATII.E MASON ClTY--For Thursday ;nnic« steers and heifers .. S14.00-I5.CKJ ~3ood steers and . heifers tied, sleers and heifers 'om. steers and heifers "owsj dry fed ~orn. cmvs , lutctter bulls lologna bulls iologna bulk. light ... Cutters Canners. heavy ,anncrs. light ancy select calves . . . . . . . . . Calves, gd. to choice 130-1M Sll.00-12.00 -alves. fair to good 130-190 S 9.00-10.00 .alves. common to fair ____ S 7 5 0 - 850 :alves. cull ..; .............. s 4.00d' W n SHEEP . MASON CITY-- For Thursday Genuine sp. lambs, go. to ch. S14JM-1550 .ermine so. lambs, get. to ch. S13.50-1450 ed ewes, good to choice . . s 5.00- 6.00 omrmm ewes .............. ! 1.00- 2.00 Bucks Hides Qnelalions furnished by Walt Bros.. Inc., 308 Fifth Street Southwest Horsehide-s . - -CBEEN BEEF HIDES Bull hides i From 13 Ibs. up . ...\.--,. From 15 Ibs. down . ·Cured hides le a lb. higher. Also le a lb. higher for green hides to wholesale dealers in wholesale quantities. Miscellaneous CHICAGO POTATOES (Thursday Market) Chicago, f,T--(W. F. A.)-- Potatoes, ar rivals 83: on track 203; total U. S. ship ments 1.01G; supplies moderate; dcman slow; some sellers holding best stock lo slightly higher prices; Idaho Russets were 'firm to slightly strong; northern stock about steady for best Quality Idaho Russet Burbanks U. S. No. J £J.SO'u3: Colorado Red McClurcs U. S No. 1. S3.-I7: Minnesota and North Dakota Bliss Triumphs Commercials $2.20"(;j2j25 Cobblers Commercials $2.15: Florida Blis Triumphs U. S. No. 1. 53^,3.25 per 50 lb sack, $3.251^3.35 per bushel crate. A K ' C L E A R LAKE- ENDS THVKS. "SOULS AT SEA" "SWING OUT THE BLUES" PRT; . SAT. 240-150 J 8.90 100-160 S 9.90 160-170 S10.90 170-180 $1190 180-200 S12.90 200-220 J13.40 . 220-240 513.40 . 240-270 $13.40 . 270-300 *13.40 . 300-rwo S13.40 . 330-350 S12.90 270-300511,90 300-330511.90 330-360 S11.90 360-400 S11.9D Sl2.a0-l3.50 510.00-11.50 . S 8.00- 9.SO S S.50- 9.00 s 7.50- 8 00 S 9.00-10.00 9 8 , 0 0 - 9 0 0 s 7.00- 8.00 s £00- 700 5 5n o. 600 s 4.00- s.oo 512.00-1300 GRAIN PRICES MAKE ADVANCE Buying Comes Mainly From Local Traders Chicago, (£")--Grains advanced hursday on buying which came ainly from local traders, some which was attributed to cov- jing by previous short-sellers, ne market opened lower, rye ropping about a cent, and then eversed itself after the first half our. From that time onward, the end was upward. Buying expanded after the ouse overrode the president's veto E the tax bill..Although there is othing in that bill which has any ifluence on grain prices, traders ere watching the Washington po- tical scene closely. They saw a ossibility that, the clash between president and congress might ave an effect on price control gislation when It comes lip for enewal later this year. Final prices were at the day's ighs. Wheat closed on gains of -l : fs, May $1.70'/i, oats were up s-1 cent, May 79%, rye was head %-!%, May S1.26Mi-%, and arley was IVs-lVi higher, May . .75-1.50 STOCK PRICES BECOME FIRM Stiffen After House Overrides Tax Veto New York, (/P) -- Large - scale buying of utilities -and industrial specialties helped offset profit :aking in recently bounding rail stocks Thursday and market favorites advanced fractions to a Mint with isolated climbers registering wider swings. Bullishness over the domestic political picture again was based mainly on the rebellion in congress. The list was slightly irregular until the house decisively overrode the president's tax bi!I veto. Prices then began to stiffen in the majority o£ cases and, while scattered losers were in evidence near the close, plus marks were weli distributed. Turnover of more than 1,000 000 shares was one of the best o the year to date. Park and Tilford pushed up some 3 points. In front were Western Union "A," Consolidated Edison. North American Public Service of New Jersey. American Can. Douglas Aircraft, Warnei Brothers, Paramount. Sears Roc buck, Montgomery Ward and U S. Gypsum. Steels, motors, rub bers and coppers were narrow Laggards included Santa Fe Chesapeake and Ohio, New York Central, Texas company and Gen eral Electric. Carrier bonds improved selec lively. Co-Hit L Johnny Mack Brown "TEXAS KID" Mat. Sat. 2:00 p. m. SPECIAL Noon Luncheon 40c Every Day Except Sunday · Home Made Pastry · Home Made ICE CREAM FREDA'S Ice Cream Shop 217 No. Federal Produce (Merchant Quotations) (Cash Quotations by K. G. Morse MASON CITY--For Thursda Eggs, current receipts 29 Springs, heavy breeds 24 Leghorn springs. 2 Ibs. over 21 Heavy hens '...21 Hens, under 4 Ibs. IB Cocks, heavy i 17 Cocks, Leghorns 15 All No: 2 Poultry 4 cents less Eggs, at retail 38 Butter. Iowa State Brand 49 Butter, Corn Country 48 Butter, Brookfield 49 ESTIMATED LIVESTOCK RECEIPTS (Thursday Harkel) Chicago, iiTi -- ( W . F. A.) -- Official! estimated salable livestock receipts to Friday: Hogs 12,000; cattle 1.500: shcc 3,000. CHICAGO PRODUCE (Thursday Market) Chicago. #·--Butter, f i r m : rcccip 431.653: market unchanged. Ecgf. receipts 12.517: unsettled^ £ P' cials 3oy«c to 36c: standard* 33c. ' CHICAGO POULTRY (Thundar Mlrket) Chicago. ,v--Poultry, live, firm: cars, 12 trucks: market unchanged. CHICAGO CASH GRAIN (Thursday M a r k e t ) Chicaco, GPl--No cash wheat. Barley, malting 31.253 l.^HLs nominal; cd Sl.I5ai.2"i nominal. Field seed plr 100 Ibs.: Timothy S3.75CT nominal: red top S14^?lo: nominal: red over S31.50 nominal; sweet clover 0.50 nominal. Mason City Grain MASON CITY--For Thursday b. 2 white oats 70c :o. 2 shelled corn (15A% moisture) . . . . . . ' Sl-02 Jo. 2 ear corn (15% moisture) 98c fo. 2 soybeans S1.80 larley 75c-$l CHICAGO CR.VI.V CLOSE (Thursday Market) Chicajro, Iff,- VHEAT- Iny ',.. uly ept. ... ice. 'ATS-lay . . uly .. ept. ... Dec. YE^- tay acpt Dec. BARLEY-'lay ' Hish 1.67V, . l.So'i , 1.G3'-'- Close 1.7014 i.es-.b ."D" .75 .7:1 iept I.15V- 1.21"1 l.IUli 1.13 ibs. avcraee 34S3'ic: e x t r a mcdiun 40 Ibs. nvcrape as'.ifi 30'.ic; extra pu! lets 3J to 37 Ibs. 26c. TO NEW SHIP Dale Myers, carpenter's mat 1/c. will soon be transferred to thc J. S. S. Myers which is to be launched at an undisclosed date The U. S. S- Myers has tee named for Berncll Myers who los his life while on duty with th navy. Dale Myers is the son o Mr. anc! Mrs. Ralph .Myers of Po cahontas. Bernell was a brother o Dale. NEW'CORN A grain of corn that had bee in Raymond Schlichter's inner ea long enough to root and grow fas to the membrane was recently re moved. The 10-year-old Wood ward boy is recovering but it is be lieved that he may lose the hear ing in the car. (Editor's Note: Following is the irst of a series of dispatches on Latin American rubber by Wilam H. Lander, a member of the Inited Press Washington staff for he past 4 years. Lander recently flurried from a. 12,000-mile tour f Central America. His figures nd impression gathered in the eld have been checked in Washington.) By WILLIAM H. LANDER uited Press Staff Correspondent Washinjtov. (U.R--By official dmission, the first 6 months of 944 will be critical insofkar as atural rubber supplies of the nited States are concerned. Synthetic production is well un- ervvay, but tests of equipment in attle and on bad roads show that cannot be used for heavy duty nless mixed with anywhere from 0 to 40 per cent of natural rubber.. Due to conservation of rubber .ocks in the United States irough rationing and careful ap- ortipning of supplies to Britain, ussia and other allies, there is ill some on hand in .this country, ut the demands are great, and he stockpile is diminishing daily, Imports of crude rubber from le jungles of Latin America in he 2 years sinie Pearl Harbor dave been somewhat under early stimates. By 1 the middle of 1914, lowever, it is anticipated that atin American production will tart an upward curve on the harts. With existing natural rubber re- erves, built up before 1941, being apidly depleted, the United tales and the 16 Latin American overnments with which it has nade rubber agreements are ending every effort to get as iuch out of the jungles as possible efore midsummer. Simultaneous- y, scientific work to improve syn- hetic rubber is continuing with hope that certain of its present isadvantages may be overcome. The first semester of 1944 will be lip and tuck, according to officials nd rubber experts. For this rea- on every additional ounce of .alin American rubber will be sought. And officials in charge of he program believe that this rub- ier can be extracted and transported at a cost which will not be strcnomical. They figure that the balance sheets will show crude ubber costs Uncle Sam around ·1 to Sl-12 a pound.- After the smoke of the contro- r ersy between Vice President ienry A. Wallace, who headed the oard of economic warfare, and Secretary of Commerce Jesse ones, as chairman of the board of he RFC, cleared, control of the ubber program in Latin America vas placed under control o£ the lubber Development corporation. The BEW's grandiose "Amazon plan" was ditched, and a more realistic one adopted. President of the RDC is Douglas 1. Allen, a business man with many years of experience ivith iropical commodities. As head of :he Otis-Astoria Corp. and Hie Jtis Importing Co. of New York, mporters of mahogany and other timbers, Allen is reputed to have earned a large income. He is work- ~r\g on the rubber program without compensation. During World War I Allen was a special assistant to Secretary o[ War Newton Baker. He was an aide to. Col. Henry L. Stimson in Nicaragua and in the Philippines. Since then he has been in business in New York, New Orleans and Latin America and has made mny trips to the Amazon jungles. Recently a group of United Slates newspapermen visited 3 very different natural rubber areas --Haiti. Brazil and Bolivia. In Haiti the latex is extracted from cryptostegia--a remarkable plant which, under the rubber emergency, had been grown principally for its pretty blue flower, much like the morning glory. In Brazil the program involves dealings with the government and many corporations and individuals; it involves arranging ocean and river transporalion; importation of food and supplies, the granting of Credits, etc. In Bolivia everything is simpler as 3 old established houses control the entire rubber business there. R e d blood corpuscles, byproduct in preparation of dried blood plasma for the armed forces, are being used successfully instead of whole blood in treating anemia. ' LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATRIX STATE OF.IOWA, Cerro Gordo Counly us. No. 6091. *' Notice is hereby given, thai the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as Administratrix of the estate of Edward C. Brown. Deceased, late of Cerro Gordo County. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated.'to the undersigned for al- lou-once. and file in, the office of the Clerk of tho District Court. ANNA BROWN. Administratrix MORGAN J. McENANEY, Attorney Dated February 7th. 1944. S. H. MacPEAK. Clerk District Courl By MARGARET RILEY, deputy NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTRIX STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County. ss. No, 6061i Kollce Is hereby given, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as Executrix of the estate of Eberhard B. Cimijotti. Deceased, late of Ccrro Gordo Ccunty. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment: and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the under- sinned for allowance, and file in the office o t n i o Clerk of the District Court. JOSEPEIIKE CIMIJOTTt. Executrix M. L. MASOIC, Attorney Dated February 21st, 1944 S. H. MacPEAK. Clerk District Court By MARGARET HILEY, Deputy. NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF CXECUTJUX STATE OF IOWA. Ccrro Gordo Counly ss. No. 6087. . Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as Executrix of the estate of John M. Miller, Deceased, late of Cerro Gordo Counly. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and flic in Hie ottict of the Clerk of the District Court DOROTHY STHA1T. Exccutrjt N. LEVINSON, Attorney Daled February 21st. 1944. s - H - MacPEAK. Clerk. District Court By MARGARET RILEy. Deputy. OKIGIXAI, NOTICE In the District Court ot the St.-ite ot Iowa in and for Cerro Gordo County Elsie I. Cox, Plaintiff Lewis A. Cox. Defendant To the Above Named Defendant- i"ou are hereby notified that a" petition ,i c j 1 e nan ? ed Plaintiff in thc above '.L cd _ a ction. is on file in the offio the Clerk of the above named Court and which Edition prays that the bond, . m " rla e= subsisting between Plaintiff - ,? ef TM da nt be dissolved arfd that 'TM i ^, ^y** an absolute r dlvorce ... r* * ftendant on the ground that the Defendant, without any default of the Plamtitt and without reasonable cai willfully deserted the Plaintiff on or about July I, J922, and for such other and further relief as may seem equitable to the Court and for costs, all of which is more fully stated in said Petition to tvhicil you arc- referred. You arc also hereby notified to appear before £aid court at Mason City in Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, on or before March 18th, 1944, and that unless you so appear. your default will be entered and judgment or decree will be .rendered against you for the relief demanded m thc petition. A. R. EGGEHT. Attorney for Plaintiff Charles City, Iowa. NOTICE OF AMENDMENTS TO ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION Public notice is hereby given that a corporation formerly known as the IOWA HARDWARE MUTUAL CASUALTY ASSOCIATION has by amendment to its Articles of Incorporation changed its name to IOWA HARDWARE MUTUAL CASUALTY COMPANY; and by further amendment to the Articles of Incorporation, the Corporation is authorized .to insure property cf its members against any hazard, loss or damage as may be authorized by. or permitted by companies of its class, as provided by Subsections 2, 5, 6, and 7 of Section 8940, Chapter 404 of the 1939 Code of Iowa. The Amendments to the Articles of Incorporation further provide that the membership of the Board of Directors shall not be less than^thrce t3 nor more than nine (91. and u n t i l changed by the By-laws, that the Board of Directors shall consist of seven (7) directors -- three 'Jl of u-hfch hold office for cne n) year; two 2 to hold office for two (2) years; and two I2 to hold office /or three (3t years, and the directors' names in said Amendments to serve one (1) year are Albert Boiens. M. A. T r u m b u t l and H. D, Austin; to serve two (2) years are W. F. Mueller and A. H. Niewohner; and to serve three (3t years are H. F. Leibsle and C. A. Knutson. DATED this 7th day of Kebruarv, A. D., 1944. C. A. KNUTSON. President R. D. AUSTIN Secretary NUKING SHORTHORN SALE 22nd Mason City Sole of- Mason City, Iowa LUND'S SALE PAVILION Saturday, Feb. 26 35 COWS, 13 BULLS All registered, healthy to TB and Bang. For catalog write ROY A. COOK Hanford Hotel Mason City, Iowa Wesley--Postmaster Hazel Gerdes was off duty last week due to illness in her home. Her daughter, Sylvia Ann, then Mrs. Gerdes became sick with the riu. NETV YORK PRODUCE (Thursday Market) New York. /p)--Butter 1.067,818; fin prices unchanged at cciHnjr. Cheese 638.089; nominal, no quot, tions. Egps. 47,~11: steady. Current nencr wholesale scllinc prices follow: Mixed colors, special X'o. 1 to No. 4. 47 Ibs. and over SS'.ifriST'.ic: special No. 1 to No. 4. 46 Ibs. average 3j'.it?3Cc; extra No. 1 to No. 2. 47 Ibs. and over 35Vvf Me: extra No. 1 to No. 2. 43 Ibs. arcr- aRC S4?i«/3,-.c: extra medium 40 1b5. average 30ft 3Ic: extra pullets 3. to'37 Jbs 27c; current receipts 43 Ibs. avcracc 33'.\fi 3V,\c: dirties 43 Ibs. 33ft33Hc; checks 32Q32i.be. Wiite. special No. 1 to No v4. 47 tbs. and over 37\' y i3c: special No, 1 to No. 4, 4R Ibs. average 3RVji/37c: special medium 42 to 43 Ibs. SS'jW.ic; extra No. 1 and No. 2. 47 Ibs. and over 3S'.i«,37c: extra No. I and No. 2. 45 Ibs. averaRe 3Tii.j '.r 36c: extra medium JO Ibs. average 3l'a,32c; extra pullets 33 to 37 Ibs. 28c. Brown, jpccial No. I SSSiSeUc: special No. 1 to No. 4. 45 Ibs. avcrasc 3oSi33!ac; special medium 42 to 43 ibs. 32e; extra No. I. and No. 2. 47 Ibs. and over 3S«r33',4c: extra. No. l and No. 2. PUBLIC AUCTION of DAIRY CATTLE As I am moving my dairy planr info Moson City, I will sell port of my Dairy herd at public sol*; at the form known as the Hartman Dairy, located SVi miles east of Mason City, on WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1 Commcncinff at 1:00 O'clock Sharp 53 -- Head of Livestock -- 53 CATTLE: 25 Jersey and Guernsey milk cows. Also 25 young Jersey and Guernsey heifers and bulls. HORSES: One mare, about 1400 Ibs., 7 years old. Grey gelding, about 1200 Ibs. Boy gelding about J200 Ibs. SOME G R A I N AND HAY. ALSO SOME MACHINERY. Terms: Cash or make arranKcmcnts with the clerk before day of sale. HARTMAN 8 SONS, Owners PUBLIC SALE of DAIRY CATTLE On account of shortage of help, I will sell my entire herd of Holstein dairy cattle at the farm known as the Charlie Wepking farm located 6 miles north and 2 miles west of Mason City; or 3 miles south and 2 miles west of Manly; on TUESDAY, FEB. 29 Starting at 1:00 O'.clock 38 -- HEAD OF HOLSTEIN CATTLE -- 38 22 Holstein cows, milking and some coming fresh soon. 10 head of bred Holstein heifers. 1 Registered Holstein bull. Five 1-year-old Holstein heifer calves. 1 De Laval 3-unit magnetic milking machine, all complete. 1 Vega cream separator with motor. One % H. P. General Electric motor. , TERMS CASH CHARLES PETERSON, Owner Jack Dorsey, Auctioneer ' Jack Dorsey, A net. First National Bank, Muon City, Clerk I;3CS^11IM?^^^ ENTIRE CLOSING OUT PUBLIC SALE As I Intend to n u i t '"mini and join the army. I will hold a clo^injr out nufcH,- sale on the firm 3(4 milts tasl and 5'i mile, norlh ot Norlrm ooa t i i mll« north an i) ·(. m ilc west nt Mcltonville. on nrmooa, t,. mile; MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28 COMMENCING AT 12:30 O'CLOCK 8 HEAD OF CATTLE--7 head of high E rade Holslcin milk cows · 1 pure bred Holstein bull, eligible for registry 2 HORSES--Bay mares--One 8 years old and one 4 years old 35 HEAD OF HOGS--28 head of feeding pics. wcishinE about 17D Ibs. each; 6 pure bred Hampshire Kilts; 1 pure bred Hampshire boar. ' 140 WHITE LEGHORN- PULLETS--From high laying: strain of Leghorns. FARM MACHINERY. Etc.--All new in past 5 years and in ex cellent condition--1 999 John Deere corn planter with fertilizer attachment and Ion cue truck; 1 4-section all steel John Dccre lever dras; 1 tractor cultivator lo fit H or M McCormick-Decr ins tractor, nearly .new; I new hay rack; I 4-c John Deere 2- bottom, 16-in. trash plow, with 18-inch coulters, jointers and trash guards; 1 tractor cultivator to fit F-12 or F-14 McCor mick-Deerin; tractor, nearly new; K-B 7-foot tandem disc with 18-inch blades and extra weights; 1 7-ft. tractor power mower with rubber tires; I John Beere steel auto-steer wajon; i wagon box; 1 high wheel wood wagon; McCormick-Dcerinp cndgatc seeder; 1 John Deere new style horse drawn mower- 800-lb capacity Montgomery Ward cream separator, all electric- 2 double unit Empire milking machines with l h. p. motor mimn and pipe line; I brooder house. 8x12, all wired for clectricity- 1 oil burner tank heater; 1 electric brooder; extra hcavv ^i of harness; 1 1/3-h. p. motor; 1 electric bench saw- · it*, troughs; l_self feeder; 1 large metal mail box; l Springer" Snamrt dog; I mineral feeder; forks, scoop shovel's," tools" and' manv other articles. · «i«uj SOME HOUSEHOLD GOODS 30 GALLONS TRACTOR OIL IN SEALED 5-G \L CANS HAY A N D GRAIN--HO k a , h r l v M.inrh« .,rrd .or bear,.- urn !,,, t r JOHN M. MEHAFFY M. V. Hater, Ayct. ' Carpenter Savings Bank, Clerk

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