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12 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Appointment of Gillette to Property Board Unanimously Approved Washington, (ff^-Former Senator Guy M. Gillette, Iowa democrat, was confirmed unanimously by the senate Thursday as a member of the surplus property board. Many of his former colleagues ·re openly hopeful that President Koosevelt will designate Gillette chairman of the board, which will supervise disposition of an estimated $100,000,000,000 worth of government owned material, tools, plants, land and facilities. The other 2 board members, confirmed late last session, .are former Gov. Robert A. Hurley of Connecticut and Lt. Col. Edward Heller, an army finance officer from San Francisco. Both are democrats. Gillette served in the house from 1933 to 1836 and in the senate until Jan. 3 this year. He was defeated tor re-election by Bourke FHU3AY. JANUARY 19. 1843 B. Hickenlooper, republican governor of Iowa. The weapon most feared and hated by, the Germans is the powerful U. S. Army .Ordnance Browning automatic rifle. Reports from European combat areas say the German infantry continually tries to neutralize our B. A. H. fire before turning its attention to our mortars and machine- guns. Julio Martinez Castello has been, coaching fencing teams lor 18 years at New York university. PUBLIC SALE The following detcribed persona! properly will fce sold at public auction at the farm la- cated one-half mile north, one mile e«t, then one-half mile north of the Crystal Sugar Factory, on · ' ' - , . - . Thursday, Jan. 2$ Sale starts at 1:00 o'clock p. m. r 50 .HEAD OF LIVESTOCK. 50 30 Holstein milk cows, 15 are milking now, others to freshen soon. These are all young cows; 10 two-year old Holstein heifers; 6 one-year old Holstein heifers; 4 Holstein winter calves, all Bangs and T. B. tested. . MACHINERY I DeLaval double unit milking machine with pump and I '/z horse power General Electric motor; 1 Pine Tree double unit; 1 I. H. C. hay loader, new; John Deere grain binder, 10 foot, in good shape; Galloway cream separator, 850 Ibs., with motor, and DeLaval No. 17 cream separator. VAT AND GRAIN 800 bales alfalfa Kay; 1,000 bu. oats and 20 feet corn silage TERMS:--Cash or make arrangements with the clsrk before date of sale. No property to be removed until settled for. Glenn Mensch, Owner FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Mown City, Clerk JACK DORSET, Auctioneer NELS L. ROSLIEN'S CLOSING OUT PUBLIC SALE ^ ' ha T* decKj ed to quit farming I will hold a closing our sale on mv farm V* mile * " * " " " \* ««* TM* * *»»« wLt oTsMon.^ "" **** ° f HamOBt «» w » *» No. 9 and 2W Wahwov rte v mfleTnorth TUESDAY, JANUARY 23 COMMENCING AT U:00 O'CLOCK NOON 54--Head of High Grade Shorthorn Cattle--54 15 MILK COWS 12 fresh, 3 to freshen soon 17 YEARLINGS 12 HEAD OF 2-YEAR-OLDS On Feed 10 WINTER CALVES 5 - HEAD OF HORSES - 5 BUck Mares, wt. aboot 3400 - 2 Bay Geldings, wt. aUput 3300 _ 1 Bay Geldinr, vt. aV,nt 1300 10 FEEDING PICS About 1800 Bushels Ear Corn About 30 Tons Timothy Hay in Born About 1000 Bushels Oats About 14 Feet Silage 250 WHITE ROCK LAYING HENS T Tractor; GOOD LINE OF FARM MACHINERY \ Rubber; 22 ' 36 McCormick Deering Corn Picker, One-Row Pull Type ible Sfecl Draft; 4-section Planter, with Ferrer A Plow for F-20, power ^IlK Hay leader; I.H.C. Drr-' Kn» - .- 14]D . 3-bottom Plow; 4-section Flex- St aid uo«^ - SJ 2 "^ eciion: McCormlck-Deerine Corn , rn?«,»? «* wire; Hayes Com Planter, 80 rods of wire; Cora NELS L. ROSLIEN N. V. Huber and Cwl M. Sheimo, Auctioneers Manjy stafe Bank CHICAGO HOG MARKET STEADY Early Clearance at Ceiling Prices Chicago, (#)--Early clearance of good and choice barrows and gilts at their ceiling, $14.75, and of all fat sows at the $14 ceilipg created an active, steady hog market Friday. Packers took direct 6,000 head of the 17,000 arrivals. Steers and yearlings in both the strictly good and choice and the common and medium grades were 25 cents lower, the latter types being steady at $14 down. Cows and bulls were weak to 25 cents lower, but vealers were steady and heifers steady to weak. Higher asking prices retarded the trade in the sheep market, and early sales were scattered but fully steady. v Salabl" hogs 11,000; total 17000; active,:fully steady; good and choice barrows and gUts 170 Ibs. J. R. DORSEY AUCTIONEER . Rune 2592 and over $14.75; few 14M60 Ibs. $14 to $14.50; all weights fat sows $14; early clearance. Salable cattle 2,000; total 2,300; salable calves 700; total \ 700; strictly good and choice steers and yearlings 25 cents lower, very slow; common and medium grades steady to 25 cents lower, mostly steady at ?14 down; heifers steady to weak; cows and bulls weak to 25 cents lower; vealers steady; cutter cows $8 down; most feed cows $8.50 to $12; few weighty bulls either sausage or beef above $12.50; vealers. $J5,50, mostly $15 down. Salable sheep 4,000; total 4,500; late Thursday bulk g o o d a n d choice fed-wooled western limbs, 118 Ibs. dowri $15.50 to $15.60; top $15.65; aged ewes $7.75 down; but" $8 quotable. Friday's trade, higher asking prices retarding trade, scattered early sales, fully steady; odd lots good and choice native lambs $15.50; $15.50 and $15.60 bid on load lots 'good and choice fed wooled westerns; desk just good'fed lambs $15.25; load good and choice yearlings $13.50, with ewes out at $1 discount and 2 year old wethers 52 discount; good to choice native ewes $7.75 to $8, deck cull and common kinds $6. Hides and Wool ft. to date* I41MJO SU.OO.U.OO u fuuikt* ¥y W*K BIML. to*, M* ruth BtoMt sntkw^it Bun hides .. ........ '................ te Ftwn 15 lb«. up ...,,...,....«....,. lOe From 15 Ux. dawn ............-;..... He HarMhJdM AUCTION SALE! at the LUND SALE BARN . MASON CITY, IOWA Monday , January 22 next week consishngr of feedine steers and heifers,' fat com butcher cattle of all kinds and good spiiag cowT * !^ m ^" Se , nt ^i^ 3 we WU1 *»TO.W to 100 good feeder pigs, also several good brood sows and boars. Ewes, fat Iambs and bncfcs are in good demand, wIU sell good. Althoneh horses are not selling Ughi we are selling Z5 to 30 each week. Killer horses are In demand and selllnegood. Consign anything you have to sell to us this week. . J. R. DORSET AUCTIONEER AUCTION! As I ani discontinuing fanning I will sell at public auction S£SEf PI ? Pert ? 1 5? - b ' IOW at "» fam t a * * " i Horstmann farm in the Township of West Fork located east, ifc miles south, and 1% nules V2S Tof fflWftS west and 3J,4 miles south of Dougherty on TUESDAY, JANUARY 2J Beginning at 12:30 p. m. Sharp 23 HEAD OF CATTLE 6 Shorthorn nuJk cows, to freshen soon; 5 Holstein milk cows, to freshen soon; 4 Black Angus calves, weight about 500 Ibs.iic£ Wf:lgltt aboot 35 ° lbs " eacb - 4 Bla: k Aligns 100 White Giant Pullers - Z5 New Hampshire Red Pullets ,, _ .f ARM MACHINERY, HARNESS, ETC. McCormxck-Deenng double unit mUkteg machine, good as new, with Pipeline for 24 cows; Iowa separator with power drive, 3 2 e , a f- 0l £ l'°i 0 I" onnas : W'«- Case disc; Oliver tractor plow, has 2 14-inch bottoms; 20-ft. pounder drag; 3S-ft. grain elevator and power jack; single row cultivator; 12-«. dump rake; Hayes corn Planter 80 rods wire; steel track with hay rack; wagon and box; KOCK Island seeder; John Deere manure spreader; set of 11.25x36 tractor chains, good as new; iy. b, p. McCormick-Deering gas engine; John Deere drag cart; cream tank; oil burner tank heater- Z hog waterers and troughs; oil barrels; wheel barrow; chicken feeders, waterers and coups; set of breeching harness. About 600 Bushels Good Corn Some Household Goods TERMS: Cash. If you want time make arrangements with clerk before sale. No property to be removed from premises before settlement is made. VIRGIL KAPLAN, Owner Ora Bayless. Mason City, Anct. -- Sheffield Savings Bank. Clerk PUBLIC SALE I will sell at Public Auction at farm located Sy, miles south of Mason City on highway 65 . " Monday* January 22 3AH3 STARTING AT 1 P. St. Entire herd of registered Polled Hereford*, consisting of 13 bulls, two of which are herd built, 1--5 year old; the other 2 yeor*. 11 young bulls, aged 6 months to 23 months. 12 cows, some with eolves at side, others bred. 1 heifer, coming two, fared. 3 heifers, coming one year old, open. 2 black Percheron mares, 8 and 9 years old, weight 3300. FARM MACHINERY 1 new John Beere side delivery rake; John Deere hay loader, used 3 seasons; 1 iron damp rake; John Deere mower- John Deere 10-foot tractor disc; John Desre 14-inch tractor plow- John Deere corn planter, 80 rods wire; John Deere single row cultivator; 4-section drag; g-foot Deering binder; 2-hole portable John Deere corn shelter; tHC 8-inch bnrr grinder; iron wheeled wagon with bay-rack; wood wheeled wagon with box; 4 wheeled trailer. OTHER' ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION SOME HOUSEHOLD GOODS TERMS:--Cash or make arrangements with clerk. No property to be removed until settled for. James F. Zimneraan Ora Baytess, AneUoneer Trend Good Butchers-140-150 Ibs. ,.. v ............. .. sjj lo 150-160 Jba. ...^ " 160-170 lha. ......... 170-180 Iba. ..... ........ 180-200 Ibs ......... .. . 200-220 its. ....... ::. 220-240 Ibs. ........... ...... 240-270 Ibs. .......... . jfl'S 270-300 Ihl. ........ , . . " ' 300-330 Ibs. ........ :... 330-3W Itx ..... ...... Good Packing Sow*. 300-330 Ibi; 330-340 lit 380-400 Ibs. 400-4SO ibs. 4SO-500 IDS. 500-5SO Ibs.- . 360-400 *13.«5 . 40M50 $11.0 «*»««, _ _ . MASON crnr-- Tor Friday Jwd §te«ni and bcuen .... $i3.oo-it» Jed. ttetn and heUtn ..... $10.00-lloo United Home Bank, Clerk Midwest Livestock (FBIDXV'8 PRICES) Albert Lea. , Mten. Steady Aurtte, Minn. Steady$10.00 . ' 311.90 . S12.90 $14.30 $14.40 $14.40 Waterloo Steady to 5c higher JI3.20 S13.S5 $14.35 SM.2S flt.15 ' SH.55 SU.15 $13.70 . $13.65 313.65 913.65 J13.65 $13.70 S13.10 J13.10 ?13.60 .Cedar Eta Bids Steady to 5c higher $13.15 $13.65 $14.15 $14.45 $14.43 $11.15 $14.45 $14.3! 114.33 $13.70 $13.70 $13.70 $13.70 $13.70 $13.SO Locol Livestock BOGS st(aidy MASON cm-Tot Friday lood light lights .......... 140-150 $1590 3ood light lights .......... 150-160 S12M jood light lights .... ..... : 150-170 S1340 ^S3 W Stf? .......... 270-180 S13.90 Good light lights .... ...... 180-200 $14.40 Good li^ht lights .......... 200-220 $14.40 jiOCd meo. wt. butchers .. 220-240 $1440 jood. med. wt butchers . . ZKJ-270 $14.40 jrood tned. -wt. butchers . . 270-300 514 40 Good nted. wt butcher* .. 300-330 M4.40 jood med, wt. butchera . . 330-360 $14.40 W » : .............. 270-300 *Kl»S Produce .,, . MASON CITY--For Friday (Caih quotation* Dy E. G. Hone) Eggs, current receipts 30c Springs, heavy breeds 23c Leghorn springs. 2 Ibs. over 21c Heavy hens 206 Hens, under 4 Ibs. i7 e Cocks 'i4 c An No. 2 poultry, 3c less Merchant Quotations Eggs, at retail :.........45c Butter, Iowa.State Brand ....49c Butter, Com Country-'.- «c Butter, Brookfield 49c CHICAGO nODCCE »rtiaj'» Martttk », WJ-Butter, ton; wceiptj 30SJ62; market unchanged. JEcgs, racelpti B,136; firm; market ua- S ».00-10.W s «.oo- ».oo .......... . Bologna bulli, heavy ...... 8.00- 9.00 » 7.00- «.« ............... »«JO-7.oo Cutters. Ugnt % ............... * B.OO- «Jo ^annen. heavy ..... ......... * S.OO- ROB Cannera. light ................ $ 4.00. soo Rincy, wlect ealva* ......... «U.OO-13.0! Calve., ge. to choice uo-lio $11.00-1100 vtj. talr to good, 130-UO * ».oo-io.oo vra. common to fair ...... s 7.SO- 8.50 ' »4JMd'wn CHICAGO POTATOES (Frttajr'j Maiktt) Chlei,., fl--(WFA--Potatoes: Arrivals 65. on track 111. total U. S. shipments 786; old stock: Otterifigs very light Demand far exceed: available oaertnes; local track market. Market very Urm at celUug. Idaho Busset Burbaota. U S. S°'« 1 w $S- ? ; .?H' t V,i? 1 BUss Triumphs, ff. S. No. 1, S3.44; Minnesota and North Dakota BUss Triumphs, U. S. No 1 S3.13; Commercial, $2.91; Wisconsin Ka- ahaitts. Commercial $2.82; Maine Katah- oJns, Commercial, $J,5S; Florida Jfl-ib. MASON CITY--ror Friday . lambs, go. to eh. $UJO-ltZ5 Benulne «p. Jamba, med. to «d. «11.00-liSO £"J lanrt» ; :.... ·a.OOd'wn Fed «we«. good to efirac* .. * «JS- t.75 Common eve* ..'. » loo-100 .-.. « .75-140 WHEAT SUFFERS SLIGHT LOSS Coarse Grains Easy to Weak in Futures Chicago, (£") -- Coarse grains were easy to weak in the futures markets Friday and wheat suffered fractional losses. Commission house liquidation accounted for the break and. was attributed to additional German reverses. Wheat was affected by the losses in other markets and by reports the Canadian, minister of agrieul- tufe had indicated dominion wheat acreage was too large. However, milling interests were in the market and their purchases discouraged extensive selling of the bread cereal At the finish wheat was Vt higher to Vi lower than Thursday's close, May $1.62-1.62%. Corn was Va higher to 1% lower. May $1.12Mi-1.12. Oats were off % to %, May 67%. Rye was % to 2% lower, May $1.12%-%. Barley was off IVi, May $1.11%. CHICAGO CASB GBACt (Frt4»7'« Market) Ucite, UP: -- Wheat: No. 2 rtej II.75H celling. Cora: No. 4 yellow W^icejl.08%; No. S yellow Sl.OJtiei.04; sample grade yel- - NEW 7OXK PKODDCE (Friday'! Market) K«r r.rk, WJ--E03 24.543; firm. Current general wholesale prices follow co!ori ' : :E * t TM*- No. 1 to No. 4, ii ?' 1 ., over «·!««.««: medium. 40-44 Ibt. «.8c; standard No. 1 to No. 4. « Ibi. and over 3S.B640.3c! current receipts; dirties. 4S Ibs. M.Bc; checks _?"«« «5.5M: arm. Prices unchanged. Cheese 1S.873; nominal, no quotation!, CHICAGO FOULTBT (FrMay-i Muket) Chlcat*. v?)-- (WFA) _ Uvt poultry . Oats: No. 2 white 80t Barlej-, nominal: Malting Sl.15ez.Kft; feed 85cg£$l. Field «eed a hundredweight nominal- Timothy 56®6J3r red top »15®»16; red clover $31.50; iwcet clover 510.65; alstlce $28.50. Mason City Groin MASON CITY-- For Friday No. 2 white oats, 32 ros. ...... 70c No. 2 shelled corn, new ..... 97c No. 2 shelled com, new ...... 98e CHICAGO GKAIN CLOSE (Friday't Market) , W=EAT-- High May ......... »1.6Mi July ......... 1.54H, Sept. ......... 1.53H Dec. ......... 1.53*1 CORN-- . July ......... 1.HV. Sept. ......... I.OSii Dec ...... , ... 1.0T.4 OATS-May .......... 68i July .......... 6M4 Sept- .......... 59 RYE-May ......... 1.13H J"!y ......... MI Sept. ......... 1.07i Low »1.61 2J3 1.51% 1.52ii 1.11H l.lO'l 1.07 1.06V, .67 .SI .5?v« Cos* J1.62 1.33 1.1254 1.10V, 1.07*1 1.06% .67 * .ei vi 1.09Vi 1.05J4 JSay ......... I.I2S July ......... !.«'/· Librarian Honored by Chinese Association Ames -- D o c t o r Charles H. Brown, Iowa State college librarian, has been elected by the library Association of China to serve as an honorary member of that organization. In notifying him of the honor, T. L. Yuan, Shapingpa, Chung- king, chairman of the executive board of the association, stated: "We feel confident that under your inspiring leadership Chinese and American libraries will enter a new phase of closer co-operation and co-ordination. Libraries and librarians of both countries will contribute materially toward international good will and cultural solidarity in years to come." Loses His Shirt Defiance, O., (U.P1-- A man really did lose his shirt at the local ration board office! Miss Shirley Smith, board clerk, said that the owner could have it after' identifying the same. She believed the loser stopped at the board en- route to a store to exchange the shirt Benjamin Franklin at one time operated a printing plant in France. Chiang Kai-shek Predicts Settlement of .Chinese Differences CknntUnc, JP)--JeneraiissIma Chiang Kai-Sheck predicted in an · interview Thursday that govern- · ment differences with the Chinese communists v/ould 'be s e t t l e d peacefully and added there would Je no civil war in China so long as he was at its head. He declared that while justice o war victims and security from further aggression must be given «U consideration, he would not advocate a policy of revenge to-' ward the Japanese. Chiang said one of China's main roblems after the war would be *» speed democracy. Same Old Doe Stanfe, Mich., OIJO _ When Iharles W. Merchant was wounded/ badly on a battlefield in Trance. 26 years ago, an army doctor took care of his wounds. Recently, Mi-. Merchant was taken a the government sanitarium at Sun Mountain, N. Y., for the treatment of an ailment resulting from its' World war I experiences. The Jhysician who entered the room o examine him was .the.same one le had had on the French battleground. JOHNSON, JOHN B.. about 80,. died at fete' home. 144554 4lh S. E.."rue*day evening. Funeral' lervtces will be heJd Saturday at 1 p. m. at the Major Me. mortal chapel with the Bev. W. F. merit, ng of the First Presbyterian church oj- iidatlng. Burial will be:at Torest City. The Atejor funeral home is in charge. WHERBY, Floyd E., M, die* in National City. CaL. Monday. Funeral services will oe Sunday at 4.p. m. in-the"chapel of the McAuley and Son funeral home with the Hev. George Gaide of the Plymouth Methodist church rffldaUn* and Jj^ial to Oakwood cemetery. Plymouth. The McAuley and Son funeral home In charge. . . . . . . fc Son Funeral Home. A ·distinctive, dignified,-complete funeral service. Ambulance. 8 South Adamj Phone «S1. ' MAJOR Funeral Home. 304 Second N. t Efficient Service plus Reverence Ambulance. Phone 511. MEYER Funeral home. A beautiful lervice need, not be costly. · Ambulance service. Hum'.IMS. ' T ESTIMATED LIVESTOCK KECEITTS Crrtlay'l Market) Cb!c»»o. «T--(WFA)--Officially estimated salable livestock receipts Saturday: Hogs SOO; cattle 500; sheep l.OoST ^ y Oskaloosa Senator Criticizes Selection of Kelly as Speaker De» Moines, (P)--Senator A. E. Augustine (D. Oskaloosa) who is serving his 5th term in the legislature, 1 took a healthy verbal uppercut Thursday at the selection of Chicago's Mayor Edward J. Kelly as -the principal speaker at the Iowa democratic $25-a-pIate dinner here Feb. 20. "We tried during the last election campaign to live down the stima of big city power politics" Augustine. told reporters. "Bringing Kelly out here is like waving a red flag in front of a bull. "Kelly and Bob Hannegan (democratic national chairman) were principally responsible for selling Henry Wallace down the river in the democratic national convention. We resented that very much. A lot of us Iowa democrats are farmers and we are Wallace democrats." Augustine said a lot of Iowa members of his p a r t y feel the same way as he does about Kelly's selection. The senator said he had not discussed the matter with other members of the legislature but did with many leading democrats throughout t h e state since the announcement came out. "I don't know who was responsible for bringing Kelly out here and 1 don't want to know," Augustine said. "I dont know why he was invited unless whoever did it wanted to finish the democratic party out here. God knows we are in bad enough shape anyway." Augustine said he would attend the dinner anyway. "I never have missed-one and Fm not going to let my feeling go that far," he said. Jake More, democratic state chairman, could not be reached for comment. 'ATTERSON Funeral Home. Known for service. Adbulafice. 322 North Washington. Call 114U. I wm, not be respooiible for any bills other than tho«* made by myself. C. H. Christensen. CAIi. your Spencer Corsetlere for your foundation garment, Lena Thomtoke 108 JJ. Kadl*m. Ph. 5114-W. ^^ · Council Bluffs Officials Take Measures to Stop Future Jail Breaks Council Bluffs, (JF)--To prevent any future lock-picking such as John Giles and Edgar Cook did in escaping last Saturday from the Council Bluffs jail with aid of a key fashioned from a toothbrush handle, the city jail "doors are soon to have lock shields and door plates. Chief of Police Earl Miller said Thursday he had made arrangements to have shields welded over the locks on the inside of the cell doors. Also the area around the locks would be plated, he said, so prisoners could not reach .the lock by putting then- arm through the bars. JOHNSON RITES SATUKDAT Funeral services for John E. Johnson will be held Saturday at 1 p. m. at the Major Memorial chapel with the Rev. W. F. Dierking of the First Presbyterian church officiating. Burial will be at Forest City. The Major funeral home will be in charge. SENIOR INDUCTED Rockwell--A party was held at the high school auditorium as a farewell for Jerry Cahill a member of this year's graduation class who,leaves the 25th for induction into the service. Death Noric** Funeral Director Personals Lost, Found -- t o r n cat Name "Mickey." White feet and nose, white "V oa chest Chlld'i pet. Ph. JOU-W. lUtt E. State, Apt. 4. Reward. · \ LOST--Blade billfold eontalnlM »alu- able papers.Identification George Ba- triste..tuck, Wis.. lives at J19 N7 Monroe, City. ' LOST OB STSAYED--3 cattle from Mc- S"!!"^ putur *' * ml. rart, v, ml. Pg 1 £am=ron elevator. CaU or notify S. R. Chev. Co.. Inc. T Money to Loon 8 CASH LOANS MADE PROMPTLY A private office for loan applicants to transact business in, and courteous, experienced loan manager to talk to No embarrassing investigation throuah friends, relatives or employer. BORROW FROM ?30 TO $300 United Financial Service ·Tamiiy Finance Counsellors" 1SV4 North Federal Over Ford Hopkins Telephone 57 Mason City, Iowa 12 MONTHLY PAYMENTS $9.20 REPAYS 100 BORROWED TODAY Investment Department of the First National Bank OF MASON CITY "The Logical' Place to Borrow" NN1 LET IP summmss HELP Mill TO BEAT HE MR $185.0O ' Average monthly for 48 hrs. per week at injfd* -factory work under best conditions. TMNSrOtTATlON PAID To S*arH«, Washington ' ffMfl OOCI irTOMlMI N0GCMQ Now You ar* vitally n*«d«d for this important war job. You will b« paid while training. Boeing Rtpresentatne Interviewing NOW. JaBsar? 22, 21 anf M UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT SEKVrCt ·f *· War Manpower rmanrfufun » tr* BL N. E, Man* C*T, fc.

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