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Mason City, Iowa
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MAKUM 23 MASUJN CITY IS If You Have a Spare Room and Want Extra Cash, Try a Want Adi GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT AD BATES. Fifteen cents a line first insertion. Ten cents a line for each con- so cutlve subsequent insertion. (Count five average words to the line.) Seven insertions are given for the price of six · CLASSIFIED DISPLA/S ADVERTISING. 70c per column inch each in-- sertion. A discount of 15 per cent will be allowed on all classified advertisements paid for at the time of insertion or not later than 24 hours thereafter. Answers to blind advertisements must be addressed to the letter stated in the ad, care ot the Globe-Gazette. Under no circumstances will the Globe-Gazette reveal the name of those inserting "blind" advertisements. Help Wanted, Male WANTED--Married man to work on farm. Must bo honest and a FOR RENT--Slpg. rms. 203 1st S.E. good worker. Gazette. Write J-23, Globe- STEADY, Reliable man needed immediately to handle our business in Mason City. Responsible position Permanent. Experience unnecessary. Honesty, ambition essential. Must have car. Work starts at once. Syn- cro Motors, Battle Creek, Mich. Help Wanted, Female--, WANTED--Dining room girl. Apply in person. Cerro Gordo Cafe. WANTED FOB HOUSEWORK Girl over 18 who can go home nights. . PHONE 2497 Personals-MADAME ZOYA PHRENOLOGIST Gives you reliable advice in all affairs of life. She tells you everything. SPECIAL READING SHORT TIME ONLY §1.00. Office hours 10 a. m. to 8 p. m., Room 110, Eadmar Hotel. DON'T WAIT. COME NOW SEE ZOYA TODAY Money to Loan- LOANS TM $300 --02-- D1AMO NDS-FURNITURE-AUTOS-B A.UV.P.7 No Publicity No Delays 1 to 20 Months to Repay SECURITY LOAN CO. S21 1st Nati. Bk. Fhono 412 WANTED--Experienced Venice .Cafe, waitress. ELDERLY woman wanted as housekeeper on farm for widower with boy .4 yrs. old. Scandinavian preferred. Write Y-20, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Exp. girl for housework. 24 11 N. E. Ph. 482. Salesmen Wanted-WANTED -- Experienced salesman to sell our products to dealers in Minnesota. Must own auto. Good income for a.producer. Rolfe Iron Co., Mason City, Iowa. For Rent, Rooms-- FOR RENT--Large front heated hskpg. rooms. Ask Mrs. Harris. FOR RENT--1 furn. hskpg. room, private entrance. 210 N. Adams. FOR RENT--Furn. slpg. rm. and garage. 132 4th N. W. FOR RENT--Light hskpg. rooms, furn. 20 Fourth N. W. Ph. 1460J FOR RENT--Room for 2 at Eureka hotel. FOR RENT- mod. home. 2324. -Pleasant room in 10 N. W. 7th. Ph. FOR RENT--Furnished room, close in, suitable for two. Ph. 2795. WANT TO RENT furn. first floor housekeeping rooms. Private. Airs. Ed Moral), Osage, Iowa. FOR RENT--Rooms. 132 2nd S. W. FOR RENT--2 unfurn, light hskg. rms. Ph. 3345W. FOR RENT--1 furn. light' hskpg. room. 512 N. Pennsylvania. FOR RENT--Girls' rm. Ph. 1081W. For Rent--Slpg. rm. 725 N. Wash FOR RENT--Furn. rooms. Home cooked meals if desired. Ph. 1317W, Male or Female WANTED--Ladies or gentlemen for part time. Salary $4 per day. Travelers $40 per week and expenses. Write E. Ogle, Genl. Del.. Mason City, Iowa. For Sale, Miscellaneous-- FOR SALE Oak counter 12x3 ft. 8 ln.x2i/ 2 ft. wide. See Business Manager at Globe-Gazette. I OANS Household ' DOUBLE garage for sale, 1004 Elm drive. AND REPAY IN I TO ZO MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS C. L. PINE LOAN CO. 204-5-6 Weir Bldg. State St. Fed. Ave, Phone 224 For Sale--Seed wheat, Early Ohio potatoes. Ed Benhart, Plymouth, la. Certified Red River Chios, Cobblers. POTATO EXCHANGE, 612 Cherry, Des Moines. AUTOMOBILE or FURNITURE Cars Refinanced and Payments Reduced , Home Loan Finance , COMPANY 'se u. A; Situations Wanted-- ·EXP. and reliable farm hand wants place. Ph. 654W. · WANTED--Practical nursing. Mrs. Jule Russell. Ph. 1849J. MARRIED Man wants job on farm. Experienced. 1143 E. State. For Rent, Houses-FOR RENT 8 mod. houses, fine condition, in President Court. Vacant April 1. M. M. MOEN CO. PH. 8S7 FOR RENT--4 room house, partly modern, with garage, at 912 Eighth street S. E. Possession April 1. FOR RENT--6 rm. house. Ph. 2385. FOR RENT--Mod. bungalow IVj blocks from high school on State street. Ph. 1695J. FOR RENT Cottages on each side of the lake. Barbecue and short order stand, fully equipped, at Shady Beach. H. L. FRY 'office '/ 2 block from bath house Phone 1S4VV. - Clear Lake FOR SALE--Early Ohio seed potatoes. 903 Fifteenth street S. E. FOR SALE Atwater Kent ftdio, "B" battery, 'C" battery, speaker and tubes. PHONE 1139 FOR RENT 3 mod. furn. rms., priv. bath, 1st floor, also 1 or 3 rooms. 332 3rd N. E. FOR RENT--Nice room, mod. home 318 N. Penn. Ph. 3840W. For Rent, Apartments FOR RENT--Desirable mod. apt 420 E. State. FOR RENT--Apt. Ph. 1490W. FOR RENT--4 rm. mod. apt. 2477 STRICTLY MOD. 4-RM. APT. Close in. Very desirable^ 404 E State. PHONE 819 FOR RENT--Heated apt. Ph. 2877 FOR RENT--4 5 rjn. apts. Marvy apts., furn and unfurn. Ph. 2051 FOR RENT--Mod. apt., 3 rms. anc bath, 2 Murphy beds. Call 210. ERLA SCREEN GRID RADIO New set at a big discount. We trade. KADIO ELECTRIC REPAIR Shop. 706 N. Federal. FOB SALE IN ice biac.K dirt. PH. rmof We Deliver. FOR SALE Electric Bishop Uabcack nutamatlo Itump complete with automatic pressure switch, Range and motnr, 120 Knl. Ruud tank, 18"i30" flat rim sink, with 3 faucets and trun, clicaii. 20, SIXTH NORTHWEST For Sale or Rent- GOOD TIRE EQUIPMENT For sale, rent or trade for new tires. RADIO ELECTRIC REPAIR Shop. 706 N. Federal. For Sale or Trade-- FOR SALE OR TRADE FOR LIGHT CAR 1928 Oakland 6 Coach. Good condition. Cash price $175. MASON CITY , BATTERY ELECTRIC CO. 304 2nd S. W. Ph. 389 FOR SALE Or will trade for calves or ewes, work mule, weight 1100. C. V. Marshall, 3 mi. N.W. Klemme Business Location-- FOR RENT to reliable party--completely furnished G-rm. house with elec. wash machine and other appliances. PHONE 2553J 1223 North President . FOR RENT 6-nn. house $35, also 4-rm. MORRIS REALTY CO. apt. FOR RENT Front space 22x28 in room at No. 24, E. State Street. H. C. BOYD COMPANY Wanted to Buy-WANTED--Cows to milk for feed and pasture. W. C. Grell, R. F. D. No.'l, Clear Lake. FOR RENT--Mod. furn. Ph. 2938W. 2 room api FOR RENT--5 rm. mod. apt 3157 FOR. RENT -- 5 rooms and bat mod. apt. Newly dec'r'd. Ph. 209 MODERN APARTMENTS See 3. B. YOUNGBLOOD Phone 36 FOR RENT Apt., 4 rms. und bath, very dcslrnbl 521'/ 2 Fifth S. E. PHONE 615 or 2372 FOR RENT--5 rm. duplex apU E. V Harper. Ph. 1773 or 1445. i Wanted To Rent-WANTED TO RENT--Mod. hous by April 15. Prefer N. W. par of town: Write S-21, Globe-Gazett WANTED TO RENT--By April 21 3 or 4 rm. mod house. Call 269 after 7 p. m. 'oultry and Eggs-- BABY CHK lood tested and certified baby chlx or Immediate- delivery. White, rown . and Buff Leghorns $7 per 00 any amt. MInorcas, Anconos and onunon heavy breeds $10 per 100. Vrlte or phono your orders collect, ".bove prices are delivered prices. VAN GERPEN HATCHERY Buffalo Center Iowa THE OLD HOME TOWN . . . . . By Stanley FOB SALE iggs for hatching. R. I. Reds, farm ange, healthy and bred to lay. Ph. 69JI. Mrs. J. R. Currier. WANTED TO BUY 0 to 100 Ib. pigs. Will trade chicks for pigs and corn. MASON CITY HATCHERY SINGLE COMB R. I. RED HATCHING EGGS From my ivell known exhibition Block. Averse tSK production for last three yean 116- ~B5 eggs per hen. Fen nmtlnj egB* 51.50 tcr 15. Unsatisfactory natch replaced nt halt price. H. H. BOYCE 113 No. Hamp. Avc. Mason City, Iowa J?or Sale, Livestock-FOR SALE--3 good work horses. R. T. Carlock, Clear Lake, Iowa. FOR SALE)--Team black geldings, 3200 ibs. Park Franks, 3 mi. S. Plymouth. FOR SALE -- Fresh cows and springers, T. B. accredited herd. M. R. Schell, two miles southwest of Plymouth. Services Offered-Cisterns cleaned, rep. Ph. 1270W. Cisterns cleaned. Ranney. Ph. 3839. WANTED--Washings. Ph. 3504. PAPERING, PAINTING -- Reasonable prices. A. M. Eddy, Ph. 3246W. PAINTING, PAPERING. Ph. 2777. Paper'g., paint'g. Stewart. 2835W. WANTED--Family or bundle washings. Will call for and del. 1875-J. WHAT IN SAM HILL You DolN, SIMEON 7 ·so IMPATIENT i THE SPRING WILL WASH. THEM MONTH OR. so 1 . 1 . SIM CJ-AYBOENES WA5ON CoLL-APSED THIS MORNING* WHEN SIM STARTED DRIE"D MUD OUT OF THE BACK VOrAEEL-S Legal Notices^ PUBLIC NOTICE To tho Creditors of W. V. Shipley Company, Tho Sterling Dry Goods Company, of Mason City, Iowa; Shipley-Black Company, of Web-,, ster City, Iowa; Shlploy-Pederson- Company, Ames, Iowa; Tho Sliip- ley Company, Iowa Falls, Iowa, and Shipley's Inc., Osfcaloosa, lowu, and To Whom It May Concern: You and each of you are hereby notified that W. A. Westfall has,", by order of the District Court of Iowa in and for Cerro Gord6 Gordo County, sitting at Mason- City, Iowa, been duly appointed as' Receiver of each of the above named corporations, and of the assets and properties of each. / You and each of you are further 1 , notified that said court has, by. order duly entered, prescribed that' creditors of any of said corporations shall file their claims separately against such corporation or corpor-. ations, in the office of the Cleric of the District Court of Iowa in and" for Cerro Gordo County, at Mason City, Iowa, on or before the first day of June, 1931, such clnim or claims to be duly itemized and verl-. fled, and that unless claims are so filed, within the time and in thij^ place above prescribed, by said ordei- of court, the same will be barred;' and have no right to participate in the assets of said corporations. W. A. WESTFALL, Receiver.. R. F. Clough, Attorney for Receiver. Auto Accessories-- PAPER HANGING -- PAINTING Wall paper cleaning, wall washing. WM. C. YOUNKER Ph. Z598W 803 W. State UPHOLSTERING, Repairing. Comstock Furn, Co., Phono 2708. PAINT'G., Faperg. Turner. 1470J. PAPERING, Painting. Klarr. 2127W. Real Estate-- AUTO ELECTRIC TIRE SERVICE Used Tires and Tubes 50c up. Auto Batteries, Starters and Generators $2.50 up exchange. Bicycles, Supplies and Repairs for All Makes. Special I^ow Prices on Bicycle Repairs nnd Ttres for a few days. LINDQUIST'S 620 S. Federal Phono 831 FOR SALE--Ford coupe, new tires, new battery. Ph. 3899. List your Property with Briar; Buy your home from Briar. Rent from Briar. Phone 3414. Lost and Pound-LOST--Boston bull about 3 yrs. old, white breast, white spot on nose, front paws white. Answers to "Howdy." Reward. Call Dr. Burke. LOST--On Saturday night near State and Federal a tapestry purse containing about $8 in currency, glasses, fountain pen and American Legion auxiliary cards. Return to Globe-Gazette office for reward. For Sale, Farms- FOR FARM Bargains see T. W. Gilpin, Northwood, Iowa. Business and Professional Directory Auto Electrical and Battery Service-MASON CITY BATTERY AND ELECTRIC CO. NEW BATTERIES 58.35 And Voar Old Battery 304 SECOND S. W. -JPHONE 389 Tailor-- WANTED--To buy small gas stove reasonable. Good oven. Ph. 3642. WANTED -- Medium size pony. Write L.-23, Globe-Gazette. For Sale or Trade-- Business Opportunities-- MODERN CtEAR LAKE HOME for sole or trade for acreage or lots. Write W-18, G1OBE-GAZETTE Household Goods-FOR SALE -- Solid oak drop leaf kitchen table. Call 10 17th S. E. FOR SALE--Back leather rocker and book rack. Call at 214 1 SW. . Used FURNITURE STOVES and RUGS Goods Bought, Sold and Exchanged GRAHAM'S New and Second H-od S t o r e 204 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. PHONK SOI Forv ~- Location of Mason City \ Hardware CAPE FOR SALE--Cheap. Y-21, Globe-Gazette. Write FOR SALE--Grocery store, clean stock, np to date fixtures, good location, reasonable rent. YVrite Y-18, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE Crescent Lunch room. Only .$850 cosh. NORTHWOOD, Iowa FOR SALE Grocery stock with gas station in connection in small town. Good business and cheap rent. Terms, cash. Write K-23, GLOBE-GAZETTE For Rent, Farms-FOR RENT--Good 160 acres, well improved, three miles northeast of Dougherty in Floyd county, cash or shares. C. F. Johnston, Sheffield. FOR RENT ·1 rms. and acreage, 1708 N. Car. Middle aged people preferred. PH. 3047J Musical Instruments-FOR SALE;--Sonora Console records. ?15. Call 1370W. and J. O. SELBY MERCHANT TAILOR New Spring Styles--Suits $35 to $75 Opposite Hanford Hotel Ph. 1158 Funeral Directors-PATTERSON FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service 322 N. Washington Phone 1140 Radio Service-PAUL'S RADIO SERVICE Experienced Radiotricians on All Radios Phono 355 7 2nd St S. W.--K. C. Bldg. House Moving-- A. H. SKELLINGER Building Mover now located at Cerro Gordo Hotel. Phono For Information Brake Service-E R E E BrnKa Inspection RUSSELL, BRAKE SERVICE PJlono 373 20 2nd B. W. Character Reading-Scientific Character Reading Any question answered. If not satisfied, no charge. Homo Talent. PHONE 2814 Repair Work-- HAKRY A. WALTEIi SPEEDWAX GARAGE 60S S. Prcs. Ave. General Repair Work and Storage---special Izlng on Oakland and PnnUaa. Open evc- nfngs and Sumfay morning. Day and Nlfiht Wrecking Service. Prices m repairing and wrecking Bervlca reduced durlnff March. Alt work fiuarantced. PHONE 1108 USED CARS OF MERIT 1831 Whippet 4 Sedan demonstrator, save. 1930 Willys 0 Sedan, like now. 1920 Wilys Knight 6 Sedan, like new. 192D Whippet 4 Coach, very clean. 1927 Chevrolet sedan, clean. 1926 Chevrolet Coach, good tires. 192G Ford Sedan, 1926 Dodge Sedan, A-l. 1924 Ford Coupe. Sec the now Wily 6 and 8 and Wilys Knight now on display. Price reduced from ¥170 to $700. HATHORN AUTO CO. Phone 447-448 GOOD WILL USED CARS '2R rnntlat! Coach, Illce nr,iv .S3ff '2B ro til I tic Knt. Conine, tiiicU $=:nfi "ZS Kssex Conch, vi-ry clean $;SO '1!R Ford Vonlnr, f J n o condition / ?2Hfi ·30 1'nntljic 2-ilr. SidriR, perfect SCfiO ·30 routine Snt. Il4!ttr., Itcen $fl7B TRADE--TERMS Spring Is Here See Us ToniIgHiit Hftvo a Iietlcr CUT lu drive tills nenson. Iluj one of our Into moilclK on our own or G. M A. C. rasy payment plan. Chiropodist-- JOHN D. REELER CHIROPODIST Office now open with all the latest methods of procedure. 316 1st Nat). Bank Btdg. Office phone 331; residence phone 814. Contractor-JOHN RASMUSSEN New Building and Repair Modern farm buildings a specialty. All Cement Work. 410 21st St S. E. Phone 26SO-J Brick Contractors-Before you do any kind of BRICK WORK call for Information and estimates. MAX PETERSEN Phono 1061 3103 South Federal HElfoy HEIDERICH Phono 3978W 730 15th Placo N. E. BEAUTY SHOPS ANN Beauty Shop -- Formerly under First National Bank, now located at 1613 South Federal and welcomes old and new patrons. PHONE 1448 HOME BAKERY- MRS. MAYNARD Fnnoy nic:nrat«cl CakCR nnd Cookies for St. Patrick's Day, Easter and also fo? Rrldeo Parties. Order early. 929 N. Federal Phone 8D97 Onkl.incl-l'nnltiic Sfolor Cars Niile« and Service 2S-27 2nd St. S. K. r hone j 50 , Open Evening* and Sundays U'MKCKINr, SERVICE AFJ, HOURS CAM. 1151 OR 1387 EVENINGS FOR SAL,E 2 Chevrolet trucks, S harber chair, and equipment complete, one 8-ft counter, I largo ice chest. Cheap i taken at once. PH. 1574 FOR SALE 1929 Buick 4-door sedan. Reason al)Ic. Excellent condition. 718 N. PENN. OLDSMOBILE CHASSIS EXHIBITED FYESIRE to see "what makes the tail of engine operation is visible. J - / wheels go around" is an inlier- ent human characteristic which will be ratified, insofar as the internal mysteries of an automobile are concerned, by the Owen Oldsmobile company, 217 Second street southwest. Starting Monday, March 23, a cut-away Oldsmobile chassis and the new Synchro-Mesh transmission with quiet second gear will be on display in the showroom for six days. The cut-away chassis and transmission disclose every action of the engine and moving parts of the chassis while the car is in motion. An inspection of these cut-away units with the machinery in motion provides an interesting and valuable instruction in modern motor car operation. "A clear understanding of how engine, transmission, clutch, brakes, differential and other important parts of an automobile function while the car is being driven is of high value to every automobile owner," said William A. Owen. "This understanding is easily and quickly obtained by means of the cut-away chassis and transmission. Parts of the engine block, combustion chamber and valve mechanism covers have been cut out, plate glass windows installed and the in terior illuminated so that every de- "The chassis, while on display, is operated by an electric motor which turns the engine, transmission and wheels at slow speed so that every movement can easily be followed. Pistons move up and down, valves open and close and the explosions are denoted by flashes of small electric lights which replace the spark plugs. Combustion, chambers arc painted red while the water cooling and circulation system is denoted by blue finish. "The new Synchro-Mesh, transmission has been given a separate display owing to the interest among motorists of this new quiet and easily shifted gear mechanism. The transmission, with a side of the case cut out, is mounted on a standard and operated electrically. As the gears turn, the gear shift lever can be operated to show the quiet and easy shifting from second to third or third to second speeds. These shifts are made by means of a sliding sleeve which connects the required gears without having to directly mesh gears with the consequent likelihood of clashing." An invitation has been extended by Mr. Owen to every motorist to visit the Second street southwest showrooms and view the cut-away chassis and Syncro-Mesh transmission, during the six-day display period. ORIGINAL NOTICE . In tho District Court of tho State of Iowa, In and for Cerro Gordo County, April. Term, 1031. ANN CORNWALL GOLDEN, Plaintiff, vs. UNKNOWN CLAIMANTS to 'any- right, title and interest in and to" Lot One (1) in the Subdivision of the East Half of the Southwest.. quarter of Section Eleven (11) in r Township Ninety-six (96) North, Range Twenty (20) west of tho Fifth P. M., Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, Defendants. ;.." To the Unknown Claimants to any right, .title and interest in and to." Lot One (1) in the Subdivision of the East Half of the Southwest! Quarter of Section Eleven (11) in Township Ninety-six (96) North,'." Range Twenty (20) West of the Fifth P. M., Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, Defendants: You and each of you arc hereby, notified that there is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the Dia?.' trict Court of the State of Iowa in.' and for Cerro Gordo County, the'! petition of the plaintiff aforesaid- claiming that she is the owner in foe simple of Lot 1 in tho subdivi-1 slon of the East Halt of the South-*. west Quarter of Section 11; in;;" Township 96 North, Range 20 W.est of the Fifth P. M.; that the 'de-.;; fondants and a!) unknown claimants- claim some right, title and interest · in and to the land above described by, thru and under me last will and testament of Jessie E. Totten, de- ceased, which is adverse to plaintiff's title, but plaintiff alleges that · whatever right, title and interest" the said defendants, known or unknown, have or claim to have in" and to tho land above described that same is Junior and inferior to plaintiff's title; and plaintiff prays that the title to the lands above de-.'!;« scribed be confirmed in her in feo- simple; that each and all of the defendants ana unknown claimants and,all persons claiming, by thru or under them or either of them bo forever barred and estopped f r o m . having any right, title or interest · in and to any of said described real,, estate; that plaintiff's title be; quieted in her as against the adverse, claims of each and all of the defendants, known and unknown, and cither of them, and for such other and further relief as the Court may deem equitable in tho premises and for costs. For further particulars see pctl-'. tion now on file. Now unless you appear thereto and defend on or before naon of the second day of the next term o£ said . Court to be held at Mason City, Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, com-", mcnclnc; on the 13th clay of April," 1D31, default will be entered against you and judgment rendered thereon in accordance with the prayer o f . AT THE HOSPITALS For SalEh-Real Estate-- FOR SALE--New home. Ph. 999. FOR SALE!--Mod. 5 rm. bungalow in Grandview at the right pricr and favorable terms. Ph. 3414. W. H. Briar. FOR SALE Cheap on easy terms a block and two lots with small house and other Imildlngs. Inquire of H. F. SCHNEDfcER Nora Springs x FOR SALE--Practically new 5 rm. house, Wildwood addition. Phone 30 or 1944. ' FOR SALE Exceptional bargain in a fine 7-rm. home if sold before April 1. S. E. location. Kchm Land Co. Phone 827. FOR SALE 5-rm. bungalow, modern In every respect, with gnrnpe. Must be seen to appreciate. Possession at once. 1711 So. Federal. T. R. GLANVILLE 715 after 0 p. m, Miss Margaret Bourne, 1125 First street southwest, was admitted to Park hospital for a minor operation Saturday. She was able to leavo Sunday. John Gerdes, Rockwell, was dismissed from Story hospital Sunday following treatment. Evelyn Smith, Corwith, was admitted to Mercy hospital for treatment Saturday. F. M. Humphrey, 218 West State street, was admitted to Mercy hospital Saturday for treatment. Dorothy Soule, 2302 Madison ava- nue southwest, was dismissed from RealJEstate--- FOlTsALE Modern 8-room house, dougle brick garage, at Elm and Bell Sts., Clear Lake, Iowa. Phone 404. FOR SALE 5-rm. bungalow $4,SOO; terms. MORRIS REALTY CO. FOR SALE House at 1420 N. Federal, all clear. WJ11 trade for c.ottaffo on North Shore, Clear Lake. PH. 86 OR 3873 AFTER 7 P. M. Park hospital Saturday following a minor operation. Miss Helen Hyland, 216 Washington avenue northwest, returned to Park hospital Sunday for treatment. She was dismissed Saturday. Harvey Peterson, route 2, Clear Lake, who has been at Park hospital for treatment and a minor operation, was dismissed Saturday. J. M. McLaughlin, Floyd, was dismissed from Park hospital Saturday following treatment. Mrs. Harold Jones, Lone Rock, who underwent a major operation at Park hospital, was dismissed Saturday. James Hogan, US'/a South "Federal avenue, was admitted to Mercy hospital for treatment Sunday. Tony Brcke, Garner, was admit- sald petition. W. A. WESTFALL, Attorney for Plaintiff. ted to Mercy hospital for treatment Sunday. An eight pound nine and one-half ounce son was born to Mr. and Mrs. C. J. McClung, 410 Massachusetts avenue southwest, at Mercy hos-.. pltal Saturday. A six pound eleven ounce son was born to Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Sutton, 105 Georgia avenue southwest, at Mercy hospital Monday. Selmer Nelson, Graettinger, was admitted to Park hospital for treatment Sunday. Waif Waltmnn, Burt, was admitted to Park hospital for treatment Sunday. Mrs. Ed Rushin, Clear Lake, was admitted to Park hospital for treatment Sunday. portant ThanEver ^* * . _ _ _ * l_. ^.T«.j*v«M.rf »f-n\it ntrlrt Sample each free If yon Dtputmcat. 61, Baltimore. Resinol China, v.'ilfa two American women

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