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R MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 27 1936 FIFTEEN You'll Find a Cash Bonus in the Want Ads, Even If You Are Not a Veteran! Death Notices 1 CONLEY, John F., 78, diÂ«d at his home, 428 Massachusetts avenue northeast, Sunday morning at 12:45 o'clock. Funeral services will be held at the Holy Family church Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock, with the Rev. R. P. Murphy in charge. Burial will be at St. Joseph's Catholic cemetery. The rosary will be said at the Randall funeral home Monday evening at 7:45 o'clock. The Randall funeral home in charge. FRAZEE, Mrs. H. W., 41, died at her home, 744 Fourth street southwest, Monday morning from heart disease, following an illness of three years. Funeral services will be held at the McAuley funeral home Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, with the Rev. C. E. Flynn, pastor of the First M. E. church, in charge of services. Burial will be at Riverside cemetery, Rockford. The McAuley funeral home in charge. LUSE, Kenneth, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Luse, 432 Twenty-fourth street southwest, died at the home Saturday afternoon following an illness. Committal services were held Sunday morning at Memorial Park cemetery. The Patterson funeral home in charge. Money to Loan NEEDMONEY? Are you one of those who has gone back to work? PINES Will loan you up to $300.00 to be repaid out of monthly income budget to pay old bills accumulated during- layoff. Anywhere in North Iowa. See, phone or write us for FREE INFORMATION C. L. Pine Loan Company Diagonally Opposite 1st Natl. Bank. 204 Weir BIdg., Mason City, Iowa. MONEY TO LOAN on Mason City home. Alliance Investment Co. Phone 849. AUTOMOBILE LOANS Let us reduce your car payments or give you additional cash. No in- dorsers and all transactions strictly confidential. Phone or write. United Financial Service 8 First St N. W. Phone 1414 KOYES, Mrs. R. R., 90, died at the county home at 4 o'clock Monday morning of infirmities of age. Funeral arrangements had not been completed Monday. The Randall funeral home in charge. REBELSKY, Fred, 77, died at the I. O. O. F. home Sunday from heart disease. Funeral services were held at the home Monday afternoon, with Frank Sheffler in charge. Burial will be at Clinton. The Patterson funeral home in charge. Get MONEY Here If you need money, don't worry about it. Just come to 19% North Federal Avenue. HUMPHREY FINANCE COMPANY Card of Thanks For the many kindnesses of friends and neighbors during our recent sorrow, ws take this means of expressing our sincere thanks and deep gratutude. Mrs. Mattie Palmer. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Johnson and Family, Â· Mrs. C. E. Palmer, Paul. Maren Sue and Donald Palmer. Funeral Directors McAULEY Funeral Home -- Complete service day and night. 8 S. Adama Phone 651. MEYER Funeral Home--Dependable service. .126 Third Si. N. E. Phone 1505. PATTERSON Funeral Home -- A service for those "who care. Ambulance. 322 M. Wash., Phone 1140. Real Estate Loans A8 INSURANCE COMPANY MONEY to loan on farms at 5%. Special choice loans at 414%. City home and business property . loans at 5%. Reasonable commission. Call on F. A. ONTJES Foresters B'.dg., Mason City, Iowa Seeds, Feeds 28 EAR TESTED SEED CORN $5.50 PER BUSHEL 90% or better germination. Custom Testing Done. NED O'NEILL Clear Lake, Iowa. - Ph. 687 FOR SALE 800 bu. Crib "Golden King" Corn Test 85% Crib Run. Price $1.25 per bu. TOM POTTER, Buffalo Center, Iowa. Business Opportunities 29 WANTED--To invest $1000 on good security in small business, such as vending machine, oil station or candy and cigar store. Write N-27, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--"AVimpy" hamburger shop at 5 2nd St. S. E. Help Wanted, Female 31 WANT--Girl for hswk. 4 N. Jeff. WANTED--Competent woman for general housewcrk. $5 per wk. Ph. 434. No washing. ADDRESS ENVELOPES, dignified sparetime work. $5 to ?15 weekly commission. Experience unnecessary. Stamp brings details. Employment Manager, Dept. 4413, Box 75, Hammond. Indiana. .VANTED at once, cxp. girl for genl. housework. Must like children. Write T-24, Globe-Gazette. Property Owners--Attention! IB your mortgago due? Do you expect to buy a property? ArÂ« you fioioc to buildT Consult UB about our low rate mortgage loans on first class residence* and business properties In Mason city. E. W. Clark Co. 20* Foresters Bids. MORTGAGE LOANS ON North Iowa Farms--Â±V 3 %--5% Mason City Real Estate---5%--6% Prompt Service--Small Expense Choice Mortgages for sale. HUGH H. SHEPARD 502-508 Foresters BIdg. Phone 284 Mason City, Iowa Optometrists A15 RANDALL Funeral Home--Ambulance service. 104 3rd St N. B. ph. 511 C. E. Snipps, H. B. Major. GLASSES--If your eyea are failing see Dr. Knutson, Opt., Weir BM and get the best in optical service. Beauty Parlors 16 Cemeteries A3 MEMORIAL PARK--"The Cemetery Beautiful" Perpetual maintenance. Office 612, L O.F. BIdg. Ph. 172 or 1827J. G. M. Woodruff, Florists NOTHING adds as much to the beauty of your home as suitable landscaping. Estimates cheerfully given. Ph. Kembles, 55. Personals ' We Do All Kinds Of GUARANTEED PERMANENT WAVES SI to Â£10 complete. Shampoo and Finger Wave 50c. Expert Hair Tinting. Experienced and Reliable WILLIAMSONS Phone 3742 9 Ninth N. E PERMANENTS--$1.50 to .$2.50, complete. Shampoo, finger wave 50c. LeModerne Beauty Studio, 212 N. Fed. Phone 3011. Seeds, Feeds 28 FREE--Stomach ulcers, gas pains, indigestion relieved quickly. Get free sample doctor's prescription. Udga at Michael Drug Co. FREE! Ceiling papers FREE! Make your selection from 390 wallpaper patterns. Compare! Ralph S. Shepherd Paint Paper. 16 First St. S. E. Opp. Chapman's. FREE WALLPAPER!--Ceiling free with every room of sidewall and border you buy. Hurry! We sell for less. Star Wallpaper and Paint Co. FOR SALE--Potatoes. 1st year Irish Cobblers feed potatoes. No. 1. 90c per bu.; No. 2, 60c per bu. T. O. Rye and Sons, Hanlontown, Iowa. FOR SALE -- Good late potatoes, 50c bu. R. D. Claus, Plymouth, la. Lost and Found LOST--Fox terrier, white, brindle. License. 1749. Ph. 2258. Reward. LOST--Spare wheel and tire, 1930 Ford. Between Garner and Mason City. Ph. 3424. LOST--Blue Persian cat. Reward. Ph. 1935. Money to LOOP. Quick - Cash - Loans $30 to $300 FURNITURE LOANS DIAMOND LOANS AUTO LOANS SALARY LOANS North Iowa's Oldest Company SECURITY LOAN CO S21 First National Bank Ph. 412 SEED CORN For Sale--White or Yellow ear sorted and ear tested. Guaranteed high germination. Treated against mold. Shelled and graded. This torn was all grown in 1935 in Hancock and Kossuth Counties ancj is especially adapted to all of North Iowa. Also some 1935--931 Hi-bred and Mukden Soy Bean seed. Lewis and Mullins Farm Equipment and Supply 107 Sth S. E. Mason City, Iowa. WANTED--Woman, age 30-40 for light housekeeping and caring for semi-invalid. Ref. .required. Write H-25, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Girl to help with hswk. on farm. Rekus Park, Clear Lake. Swap Service 38 SWAP--1927 open sedan to trade for light coupe. Write UU-27, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Gang plow for sulky plow or what? Write Op-24, Globe- Gazette. SWAP -- Large mare for colt or young cow. Write ZZ-24., Globe- Gazette. Cottages A46 FOR YOUR COTTAGE--Nice assortment of used elec. refrigerators and gasoline and kerosene stoves. Mason City Hdwe. Co. Houses For Sale 47 FOR SALE--New 5 rm. bungalow with terms. Best location. Under construction. It's a dandy. Ph. 1504. Three times or less offering a "SWAP" costs nothing. The ad must have a Globe-Gazette "key" number and the advertiser will pay 10 cents for each reply. Replies are to be called for at the Want A.d counter. For every line over 3 lines, besides 10 cents for each answer, regular rates will be charged. Business Locations 39 FOR RENT--Desirable business or office space. Everything furn. J. F. Garvcy. Ph. 158. I FOR SALE--4 rm. part mod. bungalow, oak floors, fuii basement, full lot, $1000; 4 rm. part modern bungalow, oak floors, full basement and lot, 51200. W. L. Patton, 109 E. State. FOR SALE--A No. 1 3 bedroom, all modern house, garage. Call 1996 after 2:30 p. m. or phone 272.9. FOR SALE--5 rm. practically modern N. W. 51800, 5 rms. partly mod. S. E., 51800; 5 rm. bungalow, S. E., 5800 cash, balance easy terms. George Vay Every. Ph. 3983. Rooms For Rent 4' FOR RENT--Desirable slpg. rm Young man preferred. Ph. 608. FOR RENT--Rms. 404 W. State. For Rent--Slpg. rms. 229 E. State FOR RENT--Two turn, light hskpj rms. 1502 S. Del. Ph. 2538W. FOR RENT--Desirable slpg-. rm. lor girl, ?2.25. 313 N. Wash. FOR RENT--large room, working girl preferred. 410 N. Pcnn. Ph. 1123. FOR RENT--Nicely furnished rm. 306 West State. Apti. for Renf 45 FOR RENT--Apt. 122 S. Wash. FOR RENT--Furn. small- apt., 1st floor, pri. ent. 712 N. Mad. Help Wonted, Mole 32 FOR RENT--2 rm. furn. apt., pri. ent. 202 1 N. W. WANTED--Experienced farm hand. E. A. Counsel], Osage, Iowa. I WANT a man for local tea and coffee route. 545 a week opportunity. Automobile given man who qualifies. Details sent free. Albert Mills, 124 Monmouth, Cincinnati. 0. WANTED--Clerk in store. J-27 Globe-Gazette. Write Situation Wanted Â· 33 WANTED--Truck driving. Ph. 2221. WANTED -- Farm work by exp. married man. Ref. Write U-24, Glohe-Gazette. Services Offered A33 WANTED--By exp. single farm work. 12 6 S. W. man, PLOWING and ash hauling. 1541W. WANTED--Farm work by mother and son. Write G-25 Globe-Gazette. GARDEN PLOWING and team work. 730 8th S. E. Ph. 4381-W. WANT--Work on farm by exp. married man. Write X-25, Globe- lazette. RMS. Papered, 51.50 up. Ph. 2163W. FOR RENT--3 unfurn, rm. apt., $8. 1524 N. Madison. Ph. 3676J. FOR RENT--Clean apt. 311 2 N. E. FOR RENT--Unfurn. apts. 1906J. FOR RENT--Nice apt. 416 N. Penn. FOR RENT--5 rm. apt., 513; 2 rm. apt., 512.50; 5 rm. apt., 515; small store building, $8. George Van Every. Ph. 3983. FOR RENT--Mod. furn. apt. Elec. refrig. Pri. ent. and bath. 2113J. FOR RENT^7 S. E. -Furn. 3 rm. apt. 116 FOR RENT--Partly mod. apt. newly decorated, downstairs, 4 rm., 512, 3 rm., 510; upstairs, 3 rm. 59. Sam Raizes. FOR RENT--Furn. apt., ,?4. 2782. FOR RENT--Choicely furn. 2 rm. apt. Elec. refrig., close in. 2657. FOR RENT--Furn. 2 rm. or .T rm. apt., slpg. porch. 104 6th S. W. FOR RENT--Very desirable 5 rm. unfurn. apt. Ph. 2154. FOR RENT--3 404 N. Penn. . rm. apt., pri. ent. For Rent--Furn. apt. 314 S. Penn. FOR SALE--Fine new 7 room modern house at Clear Lake, close in. Landscaped, fruit trees. Reasonable. Long time contract. Write N- 22, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--Brick bungalow. 999. Sale or Rent A47 FOR SALE OR RENT--May 1st. Strictly modern seven room house at 302 12th St. S. E.. Mason Citj H. E. Freeman, owner. Clear Lake Household Goods 73 FOR SALE--Slightly used washing machine. Phone 2478. FOR SALE--Elec.. washer, potato chip machine. B. 0. Exch. There Is Still Time To take advantage of our sale of residential and commercial lighting fixtures. Remember: Up to 53 allowance for your old living room or dining room fixtures. Easy terms. Peoples Gas Elec. Co. Autos For Sale "FOJTSALE 79 1935 Chevrolet Master Deluxe Town Sedan. Just like new. At a considerable saving. See this value today at the S R CHEVROLET COMPANY FOR SALE--Oakland Six, all Am erican coach. Bargain. Hathon Motor Parts Co. There Is Still Time To take advantage of our OPENING FURNITURE SALE A big.reduction on prices. New Studio Couch, $29.50 value 519.50 New Felt Base Rugs, 9x12 53.95 New Inner Spring Mattress, 529.50 value--59.75 (Other prices similarly low) ACROSS FROM HIGLEY CO. 410 S. Federal Lots For Sale FOR SALE--THIS LOT. Non-resi dent offers corner lot with beau tiful trees. Paven on two sides. At tractive price. Beck Bros. Co. Farms For Sale 50 LIST Your farm. They are selling W. L. Patton, 109 E. State. FOR SALE--Unimproved 80 acre 1 ] ,2 miles S. E. of Briar-Geer. Ph. 3414. Rockwcl FOR SALE--320 A. well imp., bes land in N. Iowa, well located. Al so 160 A. Ph. Clouse, 3325. FOR FARM BARGAINS See T Gilpin, Northwood, Iowa. W Farm Machinery 51 FOR SALE l--F20 McCormick Deering Trac tor, nearly new, with cultivator Rubber in f,ront. 1--Model UC 17-27 A. C. Tractor 3 bottom plow and power lefl Cultivator, A-l shape. 1--17-36 McCormick-Deering Trac tor, A-l. 1--Oliver 7 ft. Tandem Disc. 1--New Bradley 7 ft. Tandem Disc Reliable Implement Company Rockwell, Iowa FOR SALE--No. 22 DeLaval separator 1250. Equipped for gas power. Guaranteed. Oscar Haugland, Thompson, Iowa. SPECIALIZED Lubrication Service 75 Cents and Up Firestone Auto Supply AND SERVICE STORE 115 E. State Ph. 766 HAVE PERKINS check your radio now. Only quality parts used. Guaranteed service on any make, 'h. 504 (next to Chapman's.) SEED CORN A new shipment of S. D. '35 corn, 90% ger., shelled and graded, $3.50 per bu. A safe buy for this locality. R. H. HOLT % mi. N. of Clear Lake high school Phone 408W Blanchards fewelry and Watch Repairs Extreme low prices for highest grade watch repairing. Estimates and expert advice cheerfully Rived without cost or obligation. We will completely overhaul your watch, which includes a thorough cleaning and frtsh oil, retiming', regulatlnp and the replacing Q( worn or broken parts. \Vt do all the work in our own shop. All Â·work puarantecd one year. This spe- jstal offer for t day only. Bring the adv INVESTIGATE Our Lowest Rates If you need money for bills or an emergency, we can help you. Industrial Credit Over Penney's Corp. Phone 1521 MONEY For All Purposes. We make cash loans up to $300 on your auto, furniture, etc. Cars refinanced and payments reduced. HOME LOAN AND FINANCE CO. 204 Foresters BIdg. SEED POTATOES EARLY OHIOS, far northern grown per bag 5147 COBBLERS, Northern grown, per bag 98o GREEN MT., Northern grown, per bag 51.68 RUSSETS, northern grown, per bag 51.39 GOLDEN BANTAM sweet corn seed, 2 Ibs, Â· 25c EVERGREEN sweet corn seed 1 lb ise ONION SETS, 3 Ibs lOc EARL'S FRUIT MARKET 1603 So. Fed. SEED CORN Raised within 35 miles of Mason City. Variety Reeds Reliance, guaranteed 90% or better under any test. $4.50 and $5 per bushel. SERV-ALL FRUIT STAND 18th and S. Fed. il.95 JR Average Cbg. Complete FOR HENT--Fine unfurn, apt. 4 large rms., hath, glassed in sun porch, hot and cold running soft water. No pets. 319 1st S. E. FOR RENT--Nicely furn. small apt. ' for 1 or 2, close in. PH. 2243. FOR RENT--Newly dec., 3 rm. and bath apt. Kirk Apts. Ph. 111. FOR RENT--3 rm. unfurn. apt. Pri. bath. Garage. 644 East State. FOR RENT--Clean and cozy apt., reas. to adults. 103 N. Penn. FOR APARTMENTS see J . B. Youngblood. Youngblood BIdg. For Rent--Mod. apts., rm. with kit- chenet, also 2 large front rms., nicely furn., close in. 322 3 NE. 2051. FOR RENT ONE VACANT APARTMENT and SEVERAL PERMANENT ROOMS Low Summer rates to apply. Inquire Hanford Hotel FOR RENT--1 rm. kitchenette furn. apt., 1st floor. 325 S. Penn. Houses For Rent 46 DEGEN Floor Service, laying, sanding old floors. Made like new. 116 S. Monroe. Ph. 1672. Salesmen 35 EXPERIENCED salesman with car for established Mason City territory, commission, exceptional opportunity. Peerless Chem. Co., Des Moines. Instruction 37 WRITE TODAY for copy of FREE BOOKLET and DIESEL NEWS. Also information explaining how to QUALIFY for DIESEL TRAINING from AMERICA'S LARGEST and BEST EQUIPPED DIESEL SCHOOLS. Write Hemphill Diesel Schools 2020 Larrabee Street, Chicago, Illinois. AMERICA'S ORIGINAL EXCLUSIVE DIESEL TRAINING SCHOOL Swap Service 38 SWAP--New quilt for house door. Write BB-27, Giobe-Gazette. SWAP--New quilt for S hens. Write AA-27, GlobeGazette. FOR RENT--5 rm. house. Midland Heights. 224 23 S. W. FOR RENT--All mod. home, suitable for rooming house. Low rent. Inq. 615 S. Adams. FOR RENT--5 rm. partly mod. house, ?15. Alliance Investment Co. Ph. 349. FOR RENT--6 rm. mod. house. 214 S. Mad. FOR RENT--Our 5 rm. home Central Heights. R. Beisel. Livestock For Sale 52 FOR SALE--Spotted Poland brood sows, cholera immune, farrow in tfay. Ph. 4 on 40. Ed Schlosser, Nora Springs. FOR SALE--4 cows, fresh soon; bay gelding, 7 yrs. old, 1600 Ibs. Inq. 115 5 S. W. FOR SALE--Duroc sows and pigs. H. A. Doyle, Clear Lake, Ph. 20F3. FOR SALE--Pure bred Guernsey bull, 16 months old from very good milching strain, good type. Come and see this one before you buy, 6 miles west of Lake Mills. August Amundson, Scarville, Iowa. FOR SALE--Aberdeen Angus bulls, choice at $75, also extra good team of horses, wt. 2800 Ibs, age 3. T. O. Rye and Sons. Hanlontown, la. FOR SALE -- 2 yr. old Holstein bulls. W. J. Sciiutz. Ph. 9F31. FOR SALE--Good all round farm team. Will sacrifice for quick sale. Apply residence, 611 S. Fed. Misc. For Sale 55 FOR SALE--Garden tools, rocker, card and pool tables. 703 S. Penn. FOR SALE -- Davenport, brooder stove. A. J. Moore, Rockford, R. 1. FOR SALE -- Evinrude outboard motor. Cerro Gordo Maytag Co. 22 2nd N. E. FOR SALE--House trailer. Light for traveling. Ph. 3536. FOR SALE--Manure. 1953 North Carolina. Phone 1811. FOR SALE--Hog houses, size SxS, can be used- as brooder house. Carroll Bros., Rt. 3. Cottages A46 FOR RENT--Cottage in Oakwood Park. Season rental. Very reasonable. Con LaGasse. Phone 2462-J. FOR RENT--5 cottages south or north shore, walking distance from town. Modern automatic heaters. Furnished nicely. Priced from S100 to S200 a season. Ph. Mrs. Alter, 2190. FOR RENT--For season, Sun Rise Inn cottage, Clear Lake. Modern. See Winders, Iowa Tea Co. FOR RENT--Close in cottages. Priced reasonable. Mrs. D. H. Campbell, Clear Lake. FOR SALE--Buffet mirror, guitar, typewriter, Haviland dishes. 116 7 N. E. FOR SALE Several bargains in rebuilt Maytag Washers. We take Rockford, Rockwell and Thornton Creamery Certificates. CERRO GORDO MAYTAG CO. Mason City, Iowa. 22-2nd St. N. E. FOR SALE--Coal wood cook stove, 58. Ph. 2733W. FOR SALE--Desk, rug and pad, living rm. suite, dresser, radio. Reasonable. Ph. 2942. FOR SALE -- Used chines. 121 6 SW. sewing ma- Poultry, Eggs Baby Chicks Of all varieties, also custom hatching, and turkey poults. Everything for the poultry man. Write or tel. VAN GERPEN HATCHER? Buffalo Center Iowa FOR SALE--Brooder house, almost new, also brooder stove. Park Franks, Clear Lake, Iowa. Wanted to Buy 75 WANTED Unbranded draft hred fillies, foaled last year, at 540.00 to 550.00 each; also young white faced springer cows. State how many and how bred and price wanted. JAS. E. McNAMARA CONSTRUCTION CO. 1112 E. Kessler Blvd. Indianapolis, Ind. WANTED--To buy Hampshire boar. Art Zirbel, R3, City. CASH For furniture, stoves, shoes, clothes, radios. B. 0. Exch. HIGHEST Cash prices paid for old gold jewelry, watch cases, dental scraps, etc. Blanchard Jewelry. GRAHAM Late 1930 Special Sedan. mounts, heater. New tires and bat tery. Cannot bo told from new car $100 down, $20 per month. FOLSOM AUTO CO. 702 South Federal Ave. M M 1928 Chevrolet Coach ..565 1928 Chrysler Sedan ...S9E 1929 Ford Coupe SlOi 1927 Buick Sedan 575 J. H. MARSTON '.i Block East or Hanford Hotel Auto Accessories 82 FOR SALE--Used tires $1 and up used batteries $1.95 exchange City Tire and Battery, 118 S. Del. Lodges and Societies I. O. O. F. LODGE NO. i:4 E. STATE PHONES 214HV-2144J Mcctinc every Tuesday fi p. m. Minlvcrsnry mcetinp Odri Felo\vs, Rehckahs and friends Tucs.. A p r i l 25. J. C. KOB1NSON, N. 13. Ph. 82r. WAY.MAN CLOSSON Rcc. Scc'y. SIC". H. J. PINE. Fin. Scc'y. LOV.M. O K I I K K Or MOOSE MOOSE HALIr--lXD AKI1 S. FEDERAL Phone 1278 Meets llrst and third Tues days of each month. Every 4U1 Tuesday is family night. W. P. CHAMBERL1N, Dictator, Phone 2.'}49. WILLIAM OKOTH, Sec'y. Phono 1278 Lodges and Societies E LODGE \0. 3.15 A. F. A N D A. M.--7:30 I'. M. t n l r d communication firs' Thursday of each month. U. I. WOOD. W. M. C. P. SHIPLEY, Scc'y. H A R D I N G LODGE NO. Glil A. F. AND A. M. 7:M p. M. Staled mcctlnc first Friday or each month. L. L. RAYMOND, w. K. C. C. HALPHIDE, Sec'y. BOVAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA MOOSK HALL Camp meets 2nd and it! Thursday. 7:30 P. M. Club meets 1st and 3rd Thursdays, -j p. ji. ilARGAP.ET JOHNSON, Oracle. MAY BUDWORTH, P.ec. Phone 1372W WANTED--Used furniture. Joe Goss, 212 South Federal. Ph. 942. HIGHEST Prices paia horses. Ph. 2731R2. Â· lor killer WANTED--Used furniture, stoves. Graham's, 204 S. Fed. Ph. 301. WANT--Good 160 acres, well imp. Write S-23, Globe-Gazette. Autos for Sale 79 WE BUY AND SELL USED CARS Regular gasoline, 16c a gallon Motor oil. 40c a gallon. 1928 Chevrolet coach. $97.30 HOMETOWN GAS, OIL AND COAL CO. 422 North Monroe R G and Square Deal Used Cars Sold on 2 Day Money Back Guarantee 2--lt)?,4 Ford V-8 Tudors 1--1934 Ford V-1S Sedans .--1934 Ford V-8 Coupe .--1934 Com. Studcbakcr Coupe .--1930 Lincoln Sedan --1930 Cadillac Sedan BE SURE AND LOOK AT CARS ON LOT NO. 2, 1ST NORTHEAST WAGNER MOTORCO. 02 First St. S. E. Phone 922 Ui;.\ I t F J J K K A I I LOI1GE M), 100 I. O. 0. F. HALL--8 V. M. llectines every first and third Friday of month. M'RS. WAYMAN CLOSSON, N. G. 3467. MP.S. WIN NUTTING, R. S, ."596W MRS. a. E. KOLWINSKA, F. S. 148SJ. LEGAL NOTICE OK1GIXAL N Foods A55 FOR SALE -- Cobbler potatoes. $1,25 per 100 pounds. H. H. Sterrenberg, Thompson, Iowa. Nursery Stock 57 STRAWBERRY and RASPBERRY PLANTS State Certified--Freshly Dug Dunlap strawberry, per 100 S5c Gem or Mastodan everbearing, per 100, $1.50 Wayzota everbcarinp, per 100 ....... ..SI.25 Latham and Chief raspberry, per 100. S2..*iO Cumberland,or Losran blk. caps, per 100, $3 WALROD GARDENS Clear Lake FOR SALE--Yuccas, peony plants. SOS N. Polk after 6:30 p. m. GOOD WILL USED CARS 3.--11)30 Ford Roadster 3.--1929 Pontiac Tudor 1--1934 Pontiac -1-Dr. Sedan 1--1929 Dods^c 4-Dr. Sedan 1--1931 Chevrolet Coach TRADE--TERMS Ve have several other low priced ars. See us before you buy any Used Car. JOHN GALLAGHER Pontiac 6's and S's 25-27 2nd S. E. Phone 1567 Open Evenings and Sundays In t h p pisfrlct Court of lown in ami for Ci-rro Gtmlo County, J u n e Term, A. D. J !;!(!. John Ton in, P l a i n t i f f , vs. FrH C. Havcrly, Mrs. Trrrl 0. Havcrly. Lclir Hnverly. L. F. Tank. Rosa Tank, IX H. Van K i r k , rloirm business as Van Kirk Cnal Company. I r w j n Cann'jn, Air.". Irwin Cannon. Kmcr?on Cannnn. i\.uth Junod and L'uiis Juno'l, Defendants' TO THE DEFENDANTS ABOVE NAMED: You and each of. you arc hereby ''notified that t h e r e is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Cerro Gortlo County, Iowa. t!io petition of the p l a i n t i f f and amendments thereto. demanding judgment for the sum of SI.000.00 .nc! interest, for and on account of a irin-. cipal note of 3950.00 and interest note of I2S.50 Given by Maud M. Havcrly and Fred C. Havirty to The First National Company, which notes were transferred to p l a i n t i f f ; nnci asking for the foreclosure of a mortgage sc^urinf: said notes on Lot Eleven (11) in Block Four M), in College A d d i t i o n to Mason City, Jowa. and for attorney fees and costs, and lor the a p p o i n t m e n t ot ft Receiver. For particulars see petition and amiMidmenis on file. No personal judgment Is asked against any defendants except Fred C. Havorly but the foreclosure or the mortgage is as-kcd against all of the defendants. A N D UNLESS you appear and defend on or before noon of the second day of the J u n e 19;jfi Term Of 1he District. Court of Cerro tlorrin County. Jmvji, ivbith convenes at tile Court HOUSR in Mason C i t y , Iowa, nn llic Sth dny of June. A, D. IMG. d e f a u l t wilt hr. entered nc.imFt y-'ii JIIM j u d g m e n t jind dccreo rrivlprcd as praye*!. I n c l u d e PC the a p p o i n t m e n t of a Receiver. You arc f u r t h e r n o t i f i e d that you may appear at t h r lime and place FCt f o r t h in the forepnine notice and file application for continuance of paid cause it, March 1st. 1937. Dated t h i s l.'Jih day of April. A D 1936 SENN'EFF, BLISS A SEKNEFF. Attorneys for Plaintiff. SEE GEORGE TATUM --at-Fairgrounds Market WAGNER MOTOR and J. H. MARSTON Have A big hunch of used car bargains. In the big white building on ISth St. AUNTMET By Robert Quillen "I believe in the S. P. C, A. all right, but I'd rather sec somebody start a Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to People." REPORTS STOCKS ON IOWA FARMS Carl Says Million Bushels of Wheat in Country Elevators, Bins. DES MOINES. UP)--Leslie Carl, Iowa federal agricultural statistician, reported Monday that combined stocks of wheat In Iowa farmers' bins and In country elevators, warehouses and smaller interior mills totaled 1,290,000 bushels April i, compared with 1,172,000 bushels April 1, 1935. Last January l, he said, Iowa country mills and elevators held 350,000 bushels and there were 1,530,000 bushels left on the farms. For the United States April 1 wheat slocks in country elevators and small mills totaled 52,158,000 bushels, compared with 68,220,000 a year ago. Due mainly to large increases in North and South Dakota the April 1 farm stocks of wheat for the United States were above a year ago, Carl explained. This year's total of 97,053.000 bushels compares with 93,406,000 bushels on April 1, 1935, and the 192S-32 five year average of 127,335,000 bushels. But combining farm and country elevator and small mill stocks, the April 1 total is 149,211,000 bushels, compared with 161,676,000 bushels last year, or a decrease of about 8 per cent in stocks this year. TWO INJURED IN OSAGE MISHAPS Woman Burned in Kerosene Explosion, Man in Blow Torch Accident. OSAGE. LT--Mrs. Rex Jeremy, 40, and-Will Rodcnacher, 38. both of Osage, suffered crilicnl burns in separate accidents here today. Mrs. Jeremy was burned" when kerosene she threw on coals in her kitchen range exploded. Her clothing afire, she telephoned her physician and then ran to a neighbor's home where the neighbor beat out the flames. Other neighbors extinguished the fire in the kitchen of her home. Rodenacher, a carpenter, was burned when a blow torch he was using at the Ralph Mclllnay farm, exploded. Nissen hospital attendants said Mrs. Jeremy ivas "very low." but that Mclllnay "has a chance to recover." Congregational Young People Decry Banning VFW Group in Grinnell NEW HAMPTON--The Mitchell association of Congregational churches Young People at an eastern regional meeting here Sunday )assed a resolution decrying the stand taken by President Nollen, Grinnell college in banning the chapter of the Veterans of Future Wars. They stated they favored the organization as the VFW was ridiculing war as a cure-all. More han 100 persons present signed the resolution. Five minute talks were givon by .he younger people on the theme iubject "Character Building." The devotional meeting was in charge )f Miss Gertrude Barr, New Hamp- on. A conference, for the Young ^eople will be held at Clear Lake :ommencing June 29 and closing r uly 4. A lyceum circuit for inter-mural activities was indorsed. The follow- ng committee was organized to formulate it: The Rev. J. F. Fairlie, Nashua; the Rev. E. W. Huelster, Charles City; Miss Sylvia Maschel, ashua; Arthur Boettcher. New Hampton and Opal Cagley. Bradord. The meeting was closed with i banquet in the church parlors. Reward for Returning 2 Old Geese Unclaimed Still at Emmetsburg EMMETSBURG, /P--A reward 'ffered by Mrs. George Gremmels, ocal farm woman, in a notice in the veekly newspaper, still is un- laimed. Said her notice: "The party who borrowed my two geese the Saturday before Thanksgiving was kind enough to eturn them to me a couple of weeks go. I wish him to know that I ob- erved his nicandcrings with my fowl and that I thoroughly appre- I ciate his gcncrousity in returning ; them to me. ! "If the gentleman, who is both i borrower and returner, will call at j the house I would be happy to give j him the reward he is entitled to.''