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APRIL 28 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE TWENTY-ONE Pay Spring Bills With Rental Money--Fill Vacancies Now--Phone 3800 · · · ·*· -- -- : -- :~ « r r 1 i f C 1 70 lvc lhc report it the officers of the Cor- ^3SZ i A c ntin j R S»| M 1»ii; M 34 Auto* for Sale 79 Foods A55 Autos tor ale /» £"'!? £ «££?,"^SVU: Classified Advertising Information Fllteen cents lino tint Imemon. Ten cents a lino lot racb consccutlvt ton- lequent insertion. (Count five avcrogi words to «i« une.) Seven insertions a« B"cn tor Ul» vnct "'CLASSIFIED oiswjkt ADVEBTISINO TO cents per column Inch eacu insertion. A discount ot 15 per cent will b. uttmed on all classified advertisements paid for at the Una ol insertion or not latw tfian 6 days thereafter.. No credit extended for clarified advertising « there Is an account thlrtj days old or more. All out-ol-towos ads ar. pavabl. la aa- vance. Ml refunds on Want Ads must be ca!l«d tor wlSn 30 days ot the cancellation dale of tho order. Minimum cnars- «oi miKli advertisement. 23 cents. Answer to "bund" advertisements must b/SSSsM to the letter stated ID U» ad care of the Globe-Uazette, Under no clr £m.t£c« win a. -i"»-""="; S^S? name of thosa Inserting "blind" advertise """"*· PHONE 3800 between 8 SL m. =nd » P. m. and uk to. tlie Ad TaKcr. _ INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications are numbered according to the position In whicli they appear In the section. Lost and Found 6 S COWS STRAYED from farm '/ 2 mile south of State Brand Creamery. W. KowcllMe. Money to Loan 8 PERSONAL LOANS For Spring Needs We are making loans up to $300 for Immediate closing anywhere In North · Central Iowa for Taxes Painting Repairs Remodeling; School Expenses Emergencies and any other Legitimate Expenses See, Phone or Write for FREE INFORMATION C. L. Pine Loan Company Diagonally Opposite 1st Nat. Bank 204 Weir Bldg., Mason City Ph. 224 MONEY FOR ALL PURPOSES We make cash loans up to $300 on your auto or furniture. Cars refinanced and payments reduced. HOME LOAM £ FINANCE CO. 2nd Floor 1.O.F Bldg. Character Loans Low Cost, Easy to Pay Weekly Payment lor 50 weeks .... t 2 Amount of Loan fXOt) 5150 S200 4 5300 6 J500 10 ROOM 202 307Vi North Federal Avenue Loans In Mason City only ....... A* 8 HOUM (or Rent 46 Acreages Agents a6 Instruction Apts (or Rent .. 45 Insurance ... Amusements ... 7 Investment .. Auto Accessaries 8'2 In Uemorlam / u t o j lot Sale .. '« Job printing Auto Storaga ...An Laundries Auto THICKS ... 8U " -" Auto Repairing . 81 Keauty Parlor* . 16 Board, Room ... 49 Bids Materials . 43 Business L o c ft- Uon 37 Business Opportunities 28 C a f e s . Restaurants 17 Card or Thanks 2 Chiropodists 13 Chiropractors ... 14 Cleaner* Dyers . 18 Office Equlpt. .. Cottages A4B Osteopatns_. Death Notices .. 1 Dogs. Birds. Pets 03 Educational Opportunities ... 40 Electrical Service 61 Employment Service A3" Farms for Sale . SU Farms for Rent .A5U sale or Trade Farm Machinery M Sale or Rent Florists 4 Salesladies Foods · A55 Funeral Directors a 19 68 69 41 60 .. Livestock lor Sale Location Wanted Lost and Found Lots ror sale ... Machinery ...... Milk ........... Misc. lor Sale . . M|BC - for Rent -' Mcmey to Loan. Manages .... Monuments .... Moving. Storage Musical instr. . . Nursery stock Offices lor Kent 10 . -A . .. 20 .. JJ M 00 » 48 54 Money Today! Families keeping house who can repay monthly may borrow up to 55300 to straighten out family I budgets, pay past flue bills 01 for emergencies. United Financial Service gives quick, private service, arranges monthly repayments to fit income, and figures cost only for actual days each dollar is kep'. Come In, write or phnne for Information. United Financial Service 8 First St N. W., First Door West of Adams Drug Co. Phone 1414 Painting. Decor. Personals . ·- Photographers .. Plumbing. Htg. . Poultry. Eggs Radio Supplies .. Real Estate Wtd. Rooms for o 25 ZB 74 11 66 «1 A3S .A47 . 31 35 Garage for Rent Garage for Sale Gardens Gifts Help W a n t e d , Wltn Inv. ... Help W a n t e d , Female Help w a n t e d , Male Help W a n t e d , Male, Female Hide, Wool. Furs 78 Household Ooods 73 Houses for Sale 47 . 28 .A33 . 33 .A74 . 71 . 72 Jj A36 Salesmen Seeds, Feeds . Serv. Offered Situation Wtd. Stamps, Coins Stationery . -- « Stocks Summer Cottages Swap service . Travel Bureau Trade or Excb, Upholstering 59 Wtd to Borrow il Wtd. to Buy .. 75 WW.. Hisc A75 Wtd. to Rent Wearing Appra '" A 3 . 42 Death Notices 1 HATHAWAY, David W., 50,'who resided at 403 Twelfth street southeast, died at a local hospital about 1 o'clock Saturday morning. Funeral services had not been completed Saturday. The McAuley funeral home in charge. Card of Thanks 2 WE wish to thank our many friends, the Bricklayers, Masons and Plasterers Union No. 21, also Patterson funeral home, for their favors and expressions of sympathy at the death of our beloved father. MR AND MRS. CHAS. iOUNKE AND FAMILY, MR. AND MRS. JOHN CARPENTER AND FAMILY, MR. AND MRS. TOM PACKMAN AND FAMILY, MR. FRED BREED, MR. RICHARD BREED, JR. Funeral Directors 3 MEYER FUNERAL HOME--Dependable service 243 Fifth street S. E Ph. 1505. PATTERSON FUNERAL HOME-A service for those who care. Ambulance. 322 N. Wash. Ph 1140. RANDALL Funeral Home--Ambulance service. 104 3rd St. N. E. Ph. 511. C. E. Enipps. H. B. Major. Florists DON'T DELAY any longer planting your shrubs and trees. Call at Prosperity Garden, 13th and S. Fed. for all your floral needs. Monuments A4 MARK every grave with a monument from Mason City Cut Stone and Mon't Co.. 504 N Monroe 783 Personals SPENCER summer weight corsets launder easily, dry quickly. Order today. Ph. 3856. MATERNITY AND ADOPTIONS --Fireproof seclusion hospital for unfortunate girls. Expense reduced by working. Address: Fairmount Hospital. 1414 East 27th, Kansas City, Missouri. Beauty Parlors 16 PERMANENT waves $1.60 to S3 Shampoo and finger wave 50c. Ph. SOU, call for Le Moderne Annet 212i/ 2 \. Fed. Ave, Painting, Decorating 24 GET Dan, the Paint Man. 2835W. SEE J. Dahlstrom for painting and paperhanging. Ph. 3538J. PAPER'G., Paint'g. Klarr. 2163W. PAPER'G., Painfg. Stewart, 2436W Seeds, Feeds 28 FOR SALE--Seed King. Standard Corn, Golden for Northern Iowa; Golden Reid, new improved variety; Mukden and Si nchuo Soy B«ans. l|/ 2 miles north and l'/i miles east of sugar plant Phone 24F13. Wm. McArthur, Mason City, Iowa. FOR SALE--Alfalfa, wild hay or clover. Stack of straw. Erwin Owen, 100 E. Main, Clear Lake, or Phone C. C. Rice, 5F12. YOUR Own hose free and up to ?22 weekly. Write for sensational facts about snag-proofed hose. Dou- oles wear. New plan requires no canvassing' or experience. Samples Tee. American Hosiery Mills, Dept. 4052, Indianapolis. Salesmen 35 SALESMEN Earn $50 weekly selling our nationally known Mild Havana cigars direct at factory prices. Permanent income from repeat business. Experience unnecessary. Factory established 30 years. Write for free sample case. J. W. Roberts and Son, Dept. 20, Tampa, Fla. ATTENTION Paint salesmen--Experienced paint and varnish salesmen acquainted with dealer or industrial trade can obtain profitable connection with large responsible nanufacturer. Weekly advance against earned commission. Territory open includes Mason City and a surrounding area. Give experience in first letter. Address J. E. Woodward, 14th St. and So. Kilbourn Ave., Chicago. 111. X X X X WEED-END SPECIALS IN USED CARS 3--1933 Dodge Sedan. Like new. 3--1928 Chevrolet Coaches. Perfect. 3--1927 Pontiac Coaches. Priced to sell. 1--1930 Chevrolet Coach. A buy. 1--1923 Nash Coach. A dandy. 1--1929 Bulck Standard Com*. Se« this bargain. 4--Model Fords. Make us an offer. MANY MORE GOOD BUYS IN USED CARS 1--1930 Ford I'/j-ton Truck. Wonderful condition. 1--1929 Chevrolet ]i/,-ton Truck. Extra good. MARSTON'S Dodge and Plymouth Dealers '/z Block East of Hanford Hotel Rooms for Rent' 44 FOR RENT-- Splendid room for 2 $1.50 each. 415 5 S. E. Ph. 2195J. Agents 36 IHBWING GUM--Sell all merchants. Customer's ad on every wrapper. Storekeepers wild over novelty and quality. Liberal commission. Outfit furnished. National Ad Gum Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Male, Female A36 EARN $5 daily raising mushrooms in cellar, shed, attic. We buy crops. Guaranteed materials furnished. Odorless method. Book Tree. United 3848-BD, Lincoln Ave., Chicago. Business Location 37 FOR RENT--Building: suitable for garage or storage. Good location. Ph. 724. Swap Service 38 Three times or less offering a "SWAP" costs nothing. Th* ad must have a Globe-Gazette "key" number and the advertiser will pay 10 cents for each reply. Replies are to be called tor at the Wand Ad counter. Regular rates will be charged for every line over 3 lines, besides 10 cents for each answer. SWAP--Close in eight room income dwelling for small home. Write LL-27, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Equity in 8 rm. house in Forest Park for small house. Write YY-27, Globe-Gazette. Sale or Trade A3 8 FOR SALE or TRADE--Nice lot in Grand View Aad. Will take Decker's preferred or M. C. Oil Grease Preferred, rnone 3325. FOR SALE or trade one 21x36 Woods Bros, steel thresher. Trade for horse or Guernsey cow. L. H. Schenck, Burt, Iowa. Instruction 39 Business Opportunities 29 TO LEASE--Finest vacant property in Iowa in town of 1000, for filling station on rental basis. Will give long time lease. Write Y-24 Globe-Gazette. Help Wanted, Female 31 WANTED--Exp. girl for housework on farm, $3 wk. Write T-26, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Exp. reliable girl or woman for general housework. Permanent position. 325 7th S. W. HOUSEKEEPER WANTED - By respectable middle aged bachelor, more for home than wages. Scandinavian preferred. Home in Northern Iowa town of 2,500 population. Write G-27, Globe-Gazette. WANTED -- Woman for general housework. Ph. Mrs. Raizes, 2289. Situation Wanted 33 WANTED--Outside house washing by experienced man. Phone 1185. Services Offered A3 3 WALL PAPER cleaning, wall ing. Patterson. Ph. 3055. WALLPAPER cleaning, wall washing, window work. Ph. 2339W. SYVERSON'S BARBER 1OP 411 Third St. N. E. Hair Cuts 20c Shave 15c Child. Haircuts I5c Open Eve. WANTED -- Paperhanging. Work guaranteed. Harry Grant. Phone 975. Garden plowing. Dan King. 1547J. 34 Salesladies WANTED--t ladies with sales experience for special beauty culture work. Write Z-27, Globe- Gazette. MAN or woman. Not over 45 years old. Good health. To qualify for Retail Store work and government clerk. Past experience unnecessary. Special training. Applicants in this district interviewed by Field. Manager. Write V-24, Globe-Gazette. MEN Wanted to train for big pay Diesel jobs. Only short time required. Practical and home training courses. Low rates. Pay part after employed. Free booklet. Call or write Diesel Power Engineering Schools. 524, Tenth St. So., Minneapolis, Dept. G. FOR SALE--Lot in Mid. Hgt8., sidewalk, sewer, water. 1253W. FOR RENT--Unfurn. hskpg. rms. Newly decorated. 318 6th N. W. FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. 229 E. State. ii'OR RENT--One large nn. and kitchenette. 104 10 NW. Ph. 3942J. FOR RENT--Newly decorated slpg. rms. 222 1 N. E. BRING YOUR FAMULI' OUT Harrison and Van Buren N. W. College Add. Acreages, anywhere, and select your site. $35 to $85. Paved $140. 50c week. Quit paying rent quick--come now. PHONE 3108W CHARLES C. WILLEY Apts. for Rent 45 FOR RENT--2 rm. furn. apt. Y. W. Annex. Ph. 570. Acreage A48 FCtl RENT--Lake shore ittagcs. Strictly mod. Fireplace, comfort- ible beds. By week or season. Rca- ionablc. Kenyon's Dairy Products, 31ear Luke, Iowa. FOR RENT--Apt. 516 5 S. E. FOR RENT--3 nn. front apt. furn. Ph. 3907 after 5:30. FOR RENT--Mod. turn. 2 rm. apt., 1st fl., prl. ent., pri. toilet, Phone and refrigerator in connection. Garden space. $4 week. No objection to infants. Phone 4261. FOR RENT--Furn. mod. apts. Pri. eut. 814 N. Federal. FOR RENT--Desirable 3 rm. mod. apt. A. L. Long 104 6 S. W. FOR RENT---5 rm. unfurn. apt. Cheap. 129 1st N. W. FOR RENT--4 rm. mod. apt. with lpg-. porth, 610 N. Del. Ph. 3157J. FOR RENT--Close in apt. Ph. 1897. FOR RENT--Mason Cty Apt. 4 rms. and bath, gas heat, hot water year round. Furn. or unfurn. Call Wm. Alter, Clear Lake. FOR RENT--3 rm. apt. Ph. 1933J, FOR RENT--Large outside 2 room unfurnished apartment. $16 as caretaker. Over IGA. FOR RENT--Unfurn. apt. 14 5 N.E, FOR RENT--2 rm. mod. apt. 908 N Adams. Ph. 2289. FOR RENT--Mod. furn. apt. 1st fl pri. ent. Adults. 103 N. Penn. FOR RENT--3 rms. and bath furn, apt. reasonable. Call 210. FOR RENT--5 room mod. front apt over Sweet Shop cafe. Call 598. FOR RENT--Apts., furn. or unfurn See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. Houses for Rent 46 FOR RENT--Mod. house, close in 504 N. Madison. FOR RENT--5 rm. partly mod. house ?20. Call at 1101 4 SW. FOR RENT--Furn. house, possession to Sept. 1st. Grand View. Ph, 2082W. MEN-WOMEN--Hotel, restaurant positions. World's Fair city. Exp. or inexp. Stamp for details. Gwathmey, 1050 Jackson Blvd., Chicago. NURSES TRAINING--School registered three years. Pleasant surroundings. Full maintenance; medical care. High school. Write Superintendent, Franklin Boulevard Hospital, 3240 Franklin Blvd., Chicago. MASON CITY government examinations alcohol gauger; storekeeper. Applications close May 1. Experience unnecessary. $2,000 to $2,500 year. Full particulars Free. Write today. Franklin Institute, Dept. 694 G, Rochester, N. Y. $105-$175 month start. Government jobs. Men-women, 18-50. Steady. Qualify now. Sample coaching and list jobs free. Apply today sure. Write J-4, Globe-Gazette. Bldg. Materials 42 WILL trade Sioux Falls, S. Dak. Mod. house for Iowa farm. Write K-26 Globe-Gazette. Rooms for Rent 44 FOR RENT--Furn. hg. rms. 2867W. FOR RENT--2 furn. hskpg. rms. with slpg. porch. 210 N. Adams. FOR RENT--Hslcpg rms. 145 5 SW. FOR RENT--Furn. rm. with kit- chenet. 304 1 S. E. FOR RENT--Sipg. rm., References. Ph. 1903. close in. FOR RENT--1, 2 or 3 slpg. reasonable. 326 3 N. E. FOR RENT--Cozy rm., good location. Close in. 102 S. Conn. FOR RENT--3 nicely furn. light hskpg. rms. 638 S. Federal. FOR RENT--Mod. house, garage and garden in Rock Falls. Inq. 831 1st N. W. Ph. 2250J. RENT YOUR. HOME from Britt List your property with Bria. Buy a home from Briar. Ph. 3414 FOR RENT--Houses. O. J. Mott Cottages A46 Lots for Sale 48 FOR SALK No. 1 Early Ohio potatoes, bag $1.60 Good eating potatoes, Cobblers, bag $1.08. Better Cobblers, bag $1.35. Better Cobblers, peek 25c. Cabbage, new, 8 Ibs 25c Carrots, 10 Ibs 25" Onions, 10 Ibs 25c Grapefruit, large size, 6 for ...25c Oranges, very sweet, doz. 25c Popcorn (sure pop), C Ibs 25c Gladioli bulbs, finest mixed, 50 for 25c Apples, Wlnesups, 5 Ibs .25c Golden Bantam sweet corn seed, Ib He Garden seeds, finest, In bulk, reasonable. All Purchases Must Be Satisfactory or Money Refunded. Open Evr Ings EARLS FRUIT MARKET 1603 S. Fed. Phone 1138 Also Nora Springs ACREAGE FOR SALE One to ten ncrc tracts, close In, easy terms and very cheap. Must be sold. A fine opportunity to get home for trucking and chicken raising and still work in town. Call either J. B. VOUNGBLOOD, PHONE 36 or BECK BROS. CO., PHONE 134 Selling Agents Highest Value! USED CARS Lowest Prices! 929 Studebakcr, A-l Condition $235 U30 Dodge Sedan. Good paint and rubber $236 931 Chev. Sport Coupe, a bargain $231 928 Graham Truck. Ready to work $ 6 2 0 other real buys. 2--1931 Ford udors, 1--1931 Chevrolet Coach, --1932 V-8 Tudors and many real 'ruck values. Misc. for Rent 56 -Trailer. 620 S. Fed. FOR RENT--Safety deposit boxes. There is no substitute for safety vault open 8 a. m. to 5:30 p. m. Come in and see them. W. L. Patton, 109 East State. r ord design provided the lest me* chaniciil brakes available. ELIMINATE ACCIDENTS Ye are doing our part. For a labor barge of $3.50, we will completely verhaul your braking system, fill nd adjust shock absorbers. This also includes one additional brake djustment. WAGNER MOTOR CO. FOKD SALES Farms for Sale 50 FOR FARM Bargains see T. Gilpin, Northwood, Iowa. W. Farm Machinery 51 MACHINERY 2, John Deere, 2 Bottom Tractor Plows 1 14 In. Gang Plow 1 W. W. Hammer Mill C. S. CHAPMAN IMPLEMENTS Nora Springs, Iowa Nursery Stock 57 Thousands of Perennials, Seduns and other Rock Garden Plants In field. Gold fish, water lilies, water hyacinths, etc. Also vegetable and unnuul flower plants. Come anj time. Checkered stands. HOLLANDALE, MINN. NURSERY STOCK Fine fruit, evergreen, windbreak and ornamental trees. Shrubs, vines perennials, etc. All good size am dug fresh when ordered. Priced to sell. Maple Hill Nursery, Nora Springs, Iowa. Office Equipt. 64 The "rational Cash Register Co. New and Factory Kebullt 111. E. State St. 'hone 27f Garage for Rent 6f FOR RENT--Garage, $1.50 per mo 1619 N. Wash. FOR SALE -- Sandwich cylinder corn sheller. Good shape. Ph. 23 on 80, Buffalo Center, Ubbe J. Winter. Household Goods 7; FOR SALE--Dinette set. Ph. 1314J FOR SALE--El. washer, refrigera tor, child's bed, gas rge. 211 2 SW Livestock for Sale 52 FOR SALE--Good team of mules. Call 2974J. FOR SALE--A choice Guernsey bull 18 months old. Some used machinery and the Minnesota line of new farm machinery. R. V. Wilkinson, Rock Falls, Iowa. FOR SALE--Brood sows. R. M. Faupel, li mi. due W. Lehigh. Misc. for Sale 55 FOR SALE Guaranteed Motor Oil lOc qt. 5 gal. $1.25 Bring container 421 4th St. S. W. For Sale--Good fertilizer. 1S49LW. FOR SALE--Set of matched golf clubs, 3 woods, 6 irons and bag. $7. Phone 2929W. FOR SALE--New and used motorcycles. R. D. Richardson, Forest City, Iowa. FOR SALE--Black dirt. Ph. 2190W. FOR RENT -- Furn. cottage. S. Second St, Clear Lake. 623 FOR RENT--By season. Watts Inn on north shore, modern, ph. 103, Clear Lake, or call at c-ttage. FOR RENT--Modern cottage, bath, oil heat, newly decorated and refurnished, reasonable. L. L. Weedman, Clear Lake, Iowa. Houses for Sale 47 FOR SALE-- Clear Lake, nearly new modern home nicely located, $3,500.00. Clear Lake modern home nice condition, price $2,650.00. Clear Lake 5 room bungalow, partly modern, price $850.00. Sec us for summer cottages, either for sale or rent. Freeman Kenyon, Clear Lake, Iowa. Sale or Rent A47 FOR SALE OR RENT--Permanent home on north shore; cottage on south shore of Clear Lake., Ned O'Neill. Phone 271W, Clear Lake. FOK SALE OR RENT--"Shady Nook" Tourist Cabins. 733 South Second St., Clear Lake Iowa. Modern bungalow and five cabins. See J. H. McEwen after 5 p. m. Lots tor Sale 48 FOR SALE--Family size lot. I. O. O. F. section of Memorial park or will trade for lot near lake shore, Ph. 2131-W. BICYCLES « SED Supplies, Tires and Repairs for all Bicycles, Wagons, Tricycles, , Scooters, Etc. LINDQUIST'S 620 S. Federal Phone 831 FOR SALE--Oil stoves SI up. Ga stoves, pressure stoves, $4 an up. Dining rm. tables $1.50 up chairs 50c up. Many other useful ai ticlea at bargain prices. B. 0 Exchange, 1408 N. Federal. Rock hutching eggs. Good qualit stock. Exhibition color. Mrs. Wn Frledow, Brltt, Iowa. Auto Trucks 80 FOR SALE--International IVi ton, 6 cylinder, 130 inch wheelbase, ingle tires. International Motor Trucks. Ph. 20. LEGAL NOTICES IHUS WANTKIi ON MUSIC HU1X.WINO MASON" CITY, IOWA Notice i« hereby given that tl:c Board of Education ot the Independent School Dls- rict of Mason City, Iowa, will receive scaled roposiUs until -1:00 P. M.. Monday, Ma S, 1934, at the office of the Secretary In he Administration Building, Mation City 'a, for the erection of a Music Building n accordance with plnns and specifications s prepared by Hansen «t Waggoner, archl ectK, 9ii First StreH S. W,, Mason City Separate proposals will b« received on the olloivine: (1) (Jrntrnl Construction Work. Cl) Dumbing and H rail nit. (3) Elrctrlcnl U'ork. ' M Ventilation. Thin is not a Public Works Administration 'ruject. Bids \vill be received only on the forma supplied by the architect. No other form ill be considered. Proposals must be ac companled by a certified check of an amoun equal to 5^p o( the bid and made payabl* to the Secretary of the iiltyve board. Th successful bidder must furnish the abovi joard with an approved Surely Performance Bond in full amount of the contract. Copies of the above pluns anrt speclflca Ions may be seen at the office of th Architect, Secretary of the Board, the loca Builders ExchanRe and at the Waste Builder's Office In DCS Molncs. The Bunrd of Education reserves the rlph to reject any or all bids and to waive nformality of bids received. W. G. C, BAGLEY, PreflM«nt. R. L. JAMES, Secretary. NOTICE OF Sl'KCIAT, MEETING 0 STOCKHOI.DKUS OF THE NORT \VKSTEH' STATES I'OKTLANU C MKN'F (JOMl'A.SV To the Stockholders of The Korthwesti States Portland Cement Company, a c porntlon organized under and existing virtue of the laws ol the State ol We Virginia: You. and each of you. arc hereby not fled that n Special Meeting of the stoci holders of The Northwestern States Portln-n Cement Company, a corporation organizi under and existing by virtue of the laws the State of West Virginia, will be held J the general offices of the Company In t! City of Mason City, Iowa, on the 8th da of May. A. D. 1934, at eleven o'clock the forenoon. The purposes of such meeting are to ive the report of the officers of the Cor- nitlun In reference to the triu the Corporation on April 23, 1934. the Northwestern States Pvrttund Cement impany, a Corporation orBanlzed under th? ws of the State of Iowa, In pursuance o( orfianlzatlon afirectnent dated July J, 30, and modifications thereof made pur- ant thereto, and pursuant to action of ockholders of this Corporation tu annual December 16th, 193d, and to ke such acttoo as may be deemed appro- late In reference to such transfer of assets id for the distribution of thp stock of the Id Iowa Corporation and the cash received, consideration for the transfer of «uch sets to said Iowa Corporation, amonp entitled thereto, and to consider und ke such action as may b« deemed appro- late m respect to the various claims gainst the estate of C. H. McXider. de- ased, now being prosecuted In the District uurt of Cerro Gordo County. Iowa, by a ockholder of this Corporation, in behalf this Corporation nnd In helmlf of himself nd other stockholders similarly situated, air] claims being the claim* called to the tentlon of the stockholders of thin Cor- rfttlon by the said stockholder In annual eettnR of the utockholders m · - about Uc- mber 15th. 1931. Bv order of the President. PETKH ANDEItSEX. HOME BUILDING SHOWS INCREASE 'igures for 14 Iowa Cities in March Much Greater Than Year Ago. DBS MOINES, April 2S. OP)-Residence construction in the state howed a decided increase during larch as compared with the same nonth a year ago, records of the tate public health engineering divi- ion showed today. Pel-raits for residences with a to- al value of $150,700 were issued by 4 of the first class cities, while he total valuation in the same :ities in March, 1933, was only $39,145. Permits for residence remodeling covered a value of J32.990 as compared with S'16,313 in the same month last year. Permits for new esidences in March of this year numbered 40, and those for remodeling US. The value of new dwellings by cities for last month: Des Molnes, 142,300; Sioux City, $11,400; Davenport, $3,000; Cedar Rapids, $36,600; Waterloo. 5400; Council Bluffs. ?!,300; Dubuque,- $4,450; Ottumwa, 516,000; Burlington, $3.000; Mason City, $22,G50: Muscatine, ?9,600; anil Fort Dodge, Marshalltown and Iowa City, none. Crabb Buys Interest in Eagle Grove Eagle EAGLE GROVE, April 28.--Maurice B. Crabbe, who has been the advertising salesman in the office o£ the Eagle Grove Eagle for nearly _ five years past, purchased a one- 1 ' third Interest in the Eagle newspaper and printing business. Mr. Crabb joined the Eagle force in June, 1929, having just completed his course at the University of Iowa where he majored in journalism. Started and day old chicks at rea sonable prices. Custom Hatching. Our good Starting Mash, $1.65 per 100 Ibs. to our chick customers only. Always Open MASON CITY HATCHERY Wanted to Buy 75 WANTED TO BUY--1933 Ford or Chevrolet coach in good condition. Write G-27, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Sheep to shear by experienced man. J. K. Berk, 35 on 94. Rockford, Iowa. WANTED TO BUY--Modern bungalow; bargain price. Give complete details, lowest price, first letter. Write H-27, Globe-Gazette. HIGHEST casn prices paid for old gold watch cases, dental scrap. Blanchard's Jewelry. I WILL TREAT HOMES, APARTMENTS AND BUSINESS HOUSES for COCKROACHES. BEDBUGS and ALL MOTHS Work Guaranteed. Best references. Write N-27, GLOBE-GAZETTE HEAVY MATS SEE 18/ 2 x21 2cEACH The Dry Mats are excellent for lining garages, chicken houses, coal bins, cellars, cabin walls, weatherboarding, sound proofing or Insulation. Not suited for outside surfacing or drawing use. We have over 500 which may be bought for only 2 cents each. Call Business Office. Globe-Gazette. Autos for Sale 79 FOR SALE--'29 Olds sedan and '30 Whippet coach. Phone 3937. FOR SALE--1934 Chevrolet demonstrator coach. S. R. Chevrolet Company, Inc. FOR SALE--De Luxe 1930 Hupp Sedan. Fine condition. See it at Kenyon's Dairy Products, Clear Lake, Iowa. B'OR SALE--Repossessed '29 Buick 4 door wire wheel sedan. Good condition, J200. Monday only. Write for appointment. F. E. Carnes, Park Inn hotel. Foods A55 FOR SALE--Cabbage, tomato and green house plants. I. 0. 0. F, Home. FOR SALE--Seed potatoes, first year Early Ohios and Cobblers, grown from Red river Valley North Dakota. Certified seed S1.10 per bu. Good table potatoes 75c per bu.; bags free or lOc less without bags. T. O. Rye Sons, 1% miles northwest, Hanlontown, Iowa. FOR SALE--Late potatoes. R. M. Faupel, 1U mi. due W. Lehigh. DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE Z7 23 32, 23 4O ^o is 16 2.1 57 13 Used Car Cents 1932 Tcrraplanc Special Sedan (very good) .1932 Chev. Coach (a surprise) 1932 Pontiac Coupe (A real Indian) 1930 Ford Coach (nothing to be sneered at) -1930 Chev. Rdstr. (good for some young sport) .1929 Ford Pick Up (good old h' ft) 1930 Willys Knight Sedan (it's Willy's nitc so be careful) 1928 Essex Coach (a little under the wenf.-.er) 1928 Durant Coupe (not a finished dream) "1925 Model T Coupe (this Is a real one, no kidding) GILDNERS . Hnpniohlle Sales Son-ice I 10 Fourth St. N. E. 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