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16 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1945 10,000 More Nurses for Army Needed New York, (U,R) -- The army needs 10,000 nurses and conferences to meet this critical shortage are being held throughout the country by nursing councils for war service. _ "The military need is now," according to Mrs. Elmira B. Wickenden, executive secretary 'of the National Nursing Council for War Service. "Readjustments in nursing personnel at home must be made after necessary nurses are released for military service. Their release cannot wait for civilian adjustments to be made first." In addition to the 10,000 needed by the army at once, . due to heightened battle conditions, the army also needs SO monthly to make up. for attrition, and the navy needs 2,500 by July 1, 1943, plus 150 a month for attrition. Out of the 65,000 in the profession, 50,000 have volunteered for the armed services, but even that high ratio is not enough and hospitals and physicians must substitute more non-professional care in order to release more for the armed forces, Mrs. Wickenden said. VISITS NIECE Brill -- N. P. Rasmussen, long time farmer of the Crystal Lake vicinity, has moved from his farm home to make an indefinite stay in the home of his niece, Mrs. N. P. Nelson and family. Mr. Rasmussen has been a resident of Hancock county.for more than 60 years coming from^Denmark to Britt in.1880. Livestock AUCTION AT THE Kanawha Sales Pavilion Kanawha, Iowa, on Highway No. Ill Friday Afternoon.) Jan. 26 STARTING AT 12 O'CLOCK Many buyers here every Friday (or all kinds of livestock. To jet top prices, consign your stock to this treat market. ' A good ran of cattle, hogs, pics and sheep for Friday'* auction. Will sell stockers, feeders, cows, heifers, .breeding bulls, .veal calves, sows, boars', pigs, ewes, lambs. Many consignments and for a lively sale, come to Kanawha. We take immense pride In the confidence and faith we have established among our many friends and patrons. H. Br ummund, Auctioneer Manager AUCTION As I am quitting farming I will sell at Public Auction on the farm known as the Charley Wepking farm located 6 miles north and 2 miles west of Mason City; or 3 miles south and 2 miles west of Manly; on FRIDAY, JANUARY 26 Commencing at 12:30 O'clock p. m. 2 -- HEAD OF HORSES -- 2 Team of Sorrel Mares, 7 and 8 years old, weight about 3200 Ibs., a real team. 1 HOLSTEIN COW FARM MACHINERY John Deere Tractor, model "D;" John Deere No. 10 Corn Picker; John Deere 8-foot Grain Binder; John Deere Hay Loader; Deer- Ing Mower; Moline 10-fC Traitor- Dise; McCormlek-Deering Corn Binder; 4-sectkin Lever Drag; Deering Dump Rake; Moline Corn Planter. 100 rods wire; Bradley 2 or 3 Bottom Plow; 3-secUon^Drar; John Deere Sulky Plow; single row. Horse Cultivator; John Deere Manure Spreader; Cylinder Corn Shelter, with Fan and Corn Blower; Hand Sheller; two Hay : Racks; two new Flare Wagon Boxes; 3 steel-wheel Truck Wagons; Timpken Bearing Steel Truck Wagon; Truck Wagon, with box; robber tired Barrel Cart; Fanning Mill; 75-ft. Endless Rubber.Belt; Bob Sled; Hog Self Feeder; Milk and Cream Cans; some-Tools, Forks,' Shovels and numerous other articles; set of good Harness. · 300 .BALES STRAW -- 3-ROOM TENANT HOUSE HOUSEHOLD GOODS--Kitchen Cabinet; Majestic Range; Kitchen Table and 1 Chairs; Davenport. _ * TERMS--Cash, or make arrangements with clerk. No property to lie removed until settled for. Charles Peterson, Owner J. R. Dorsey, And United Home Bank, Mason City, Clerk Cows Steers 2 PRICE MARKET ON CHICAGO HOGS All Cattle Grades Show Strength Chicago, (£) -- Strength w a s shown by practically ail grades of cattle Wednesday in an active market. Fed steers and yearlings, which predominated the receipts of 13,000, were strong to 15 cents higher, ted heifers were up 10 tp 15 cents, cows were strong, and bulls, scarce on the market, were 25 cents higher, ixing yearlings topped .at $17.25. Bidding was steady on good and choice Jed woolea western, lambs which held at ,$16, / and slightly higher. Asking prices, a bit mare than the buyers favored, retarded the.trade somewhat on slaughter, lambs. · . Again Wednesday the hog market was practically a 2 price market at the ceilings of $14.75 for barrows and gilts weighing 170 pounds and over, and $14 for the better sows of ill weights. Salable hogs 11,000; total 16,000; active, fully .steady; good, and choice 170 Ibs. arid over $14.75; few good and choice 140-160 Ibs., $14.25-14.65; good and c h o i c e sows all weights $14; complete clearance early. Salable cattle 13,000; total 13,000; salable calves 800; total 800: fed steers and yearlings strong to 15 higher; active; fed heifers 10 to 15 up;-cows strong; hulls strong to 25 higher, very scarce; vealers fully steady at $15.50 down; fed steers and yearlings predominated in receipts; bulk $14-$16; top $17.25 on long ..yearlings; b e s t weighty steers $17;. top heifers $15.10; weighty sausage'bulls to $13; heavy fat bulls to $13.50; cutter cows $8 down; bulk beef cows $9-12.50, outside $15. Salable sheep 5,000; total 7,000; higher asking prices retarding trade on slaughters lambs;: ; good and choice fed wobled westerns held $1S and slightly above: bidding steady; load cull and common 90-lb. western ewes fully 25 higher at $6.50. Midwest Livestock Trend Good Butchers-- ~ 140-150 Ibs '. ill.'ll) 150-160 Ibs. S12.00 160-170 Ibs. : SUM 170-180 Ibs J13.15 180-200 Ibs SH.30 200-220 Ibs $14.40 220-240 Ibs. SH.40 240-270 !bs. , J14.40 210-300 ibi : . . , . , . S14.40 300-330 Ibs. ...: »14.30 330-360 Ibs. , - . . . ; . . . : . . . . . . . . 114.30 Good Packing Sows-- ' 270-300 Ibs .: .'. 113.63 . 300-330.Ibs .' J13.65 330-360 Ibs S13.63 56P-400 Ibs. J13.63 400-450 Ibl. .:... ,, S13.55 450-500 Ibs. ..., »13.55 500-550 Ibs. »I3.55 (WEDNESDAY'S PRICES) Albert Lea. Minn, Steady Austin. Minn. Generally Steady $10.90 S1I.90 $12.40 S12.90 SU.30 SH.40 $14.40 114.40 S14.40 114.40 SH.40 j»13 65 31355 M3.65 913.65 . 913.65 SI 3.65 Waterloo Steady »13.20 $13.35 $14,35 $14.45 SM.45 $14.45 $14.45 $14.45 414.45 $13.70 813.70 $13.70 $13.70 SI3.70 913.60 Cedar Rapids Steady $13.15 $13.65 $14.34 $14.45 $14.43 $14.45 $14.45 $14.45 $14.45 $13.10 $13.70 $13.10 $13.70 $13.70 $13.60 SANTONC C o m p l e t e Hog Mi n e r a I Fortified with "SUNSHINE" VITAMIN D For Winter Feeding Feed your sows IODIZED SANTONE HOG MINERAL this ·winter and help them produce strong, healthy pigs that will live at farrowing time and go right ahead to devejop into thrifty market hogs early next fall. Feed one pint a day to 30 sows. HowelT s Cattle Mineral Fortified with "SUNSHINE" VITAMIN D For Winter Feeding Stops cows chewing on boards and bones. Helps prevent abortion due to lack-of minerals in the ration, helps produce stronger calves and increased milk. Feed one pound a day to 15 milk cows. Eat belter, digest more feed, put on more pounds of gain, and have a better finish. The highest 3 cars of cattle sold at Chicago since 1937 were fed on HOWELL'S CATTLE MINERAL. Feed one pound a day to 30 steers. Henry O. Gcsme.. .Hanlontown Fanners Elevator Co. . .Chapin H. B. Bleweft Meservey Roy E. Sharp, Mason City, Rt. 3 Evald Jensen . .Hampton, Rt Z Albin Anderson, Hampton, Rt. 1 Joe Jurgeiu .. .Buffalo Center --DEALERS-- Tmman Prlbbenow, Nora Sp'gs Carl H. Peterson, Nora Springs Carrol E. Rice Swaledale Fted R. Troge Rndd Laurence Ft Tesch ·;. .Mitchell Clifford Snoger, Le Roy, Minn. C. C. Bless St. Ansgar Frank Knight Greene Howell-Shrader Drug Co. Local Livestock HOGS JIASON CITY--For Wednesday Steady. Good light llghls 140-150.512.00 Good Ight lights 150-160 S 13.00 Good llsht lights 160-170 $13.50 Good light ijhts 110-180 S 14.00 Good light lights ..'. .' 180-200 S14.40 Good light lights .'.. 200-220 J14.40 Good med. wt butchers .. 220-240 SH.40 Good med. WL butchers .. 240-270' 14.40 Good med. wt. butchers .. '270-300 514.40 Good med. wt, butchers .. 300-330 314.40 Good med. wt. butcher* .. 330-360 S14.40 Good sows 270-300 113.S5 Good SOWS 300-330 J13.65 Good sows '. 330-3EOS13.es Good sows 380-400 J13.6S Good sown, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 400^450 113.65 Good «ow» :. 450-500 113.S5 .' : .; : .' ' ' · CATTtB " . . . · : ' · . - MASON: 1 CITY--For Wednesday Good steers «nd' he! f*r» . A . tll.aa-UM Med. steers nd Belters ..... J10.0O-1100 Ccm. Rteers and heifer* .... S 700-9.00 Good to choice cows » 9.00-10.00 lied, cowa ;..... * a.00- 9.00 Com. 'cows ...:...: ....-..'. 3 7.00- 7.50 Butcher bulls 310.00,1100 Bologna bulls, heavy ...... S 8.00- 9.00 Bologna bulls; medium ...... S 7.00- 8.00 Cutters, heavy ..:.....,,.,,.. * tM- 7.M Cutters., light 16.00- 6.50 Cannecs, heavy "..- .-.. t 5.00-'6.0p Canntn. llghti * CW- 5.00 Fancy. Mlect ealv« ...... S12.00-13.o4 Calves, gd to choice 130-190 »11.00-12 00 Calves, fair to good. 130-190 * 9.00-10 00 Calvex, common to tat/ t 7^0- B^O Celvej. cull :. ..: »4.00d'WD 8BEEP MASON CITY--For Wednesday Genuine sp. Umbs. ga. to ch. S13.so-14.^i Genuine sp. lambs, med. to gd. Stl.GO-12.50 CuL Iambs t 8.GO d'wn Fed "ewes, good to choice ... S 5.00-6.00 Common ewe» * (.00- 2.00 Buck! . 1 .74-140 STOCK MARKET SLIGHTLY HIGHER Rails Prominent in· Wall Street Advance 'New York, (JP)--The stock market worked a little higher Wednesday with rails prominent in the advance,-although dealings tapered on the upturn. Paced by the carriers, leading industrials recovered fractions of Tuesday's losses. Support lagged, however, and toward the close was insufficient to extend the gains. Volume slackened to ab'out 1,000,000 shares, near the smallest -since late December. Southern Railway, Southern Pacific, Santa Fe, New York Central, Delaware Hudson and Great Northern were prominenl climbers. Bethlehem, General Motors, Chrysler, Radio Corp., International' Telephone and Curtis Publishing got occasional boosts American, Telephone^ and : Goodrich were under water most of the day. · Bonds held about steady. ,. Produce MASON CITY--For Wednesday (Cash quotations t»y K. G. Morsr I Eggs, current receipts 30c Springs, heavy breeds . 23r Leghorn springs, 2 Ibs. over 21c Heavy hens . 20c Hens, under ,4 Ibs. 17c Cocks ' 14c All No. 2 poultry, 3c,less Merchant Quotations Eggs, at retail . : . . .45c Butter, Iowa State Brand 49c Butter, Corn Country .. 48c Butter, Brookfield 49L GRAIN MARKETS DROP SHARPLY Wheat, Corn Lose in First Dealings Chicago, (JP)--Grain markets dropped sharply at,the;start .Wednesday but repovered quickly with the support of short covering and resting demand. Wheat and corn lost as much ^s % of a cent in the first dealings, rye was off as much as % of a cent and oats were down a penny, At the finish wheat was higher'/than Tuesday's V* to close, May $i:59%-$1.60. Corn was off 'A to up %, May $1.11%, oats were unchanged to % lower, May 65V-%. Rye was V» lower to higher, May $1.10%-%. Barley was unchanged to % higher, May CHICAGO PRODUCE Wdn.jd«7 Market) Chicago, tfi--Bulter. firm. Receipts 293.877. Market unchanged. Eggs, receipts 10.414; unsettled. U. S. extras 33 'to 40c: U. S. standards 36V4c; curfe'nt receipts 36c;'dirties 34V:ic; checks ' CHICAGO POULTKT Wedne»d*r. Market) Chleaio. lift--IW. F. A.)--Live -poultry firm. Receipts 10 trucks, no cars. Prices unchanged. - - : . ESTIMATED LIVESTOCK RECEIPTS ' _ - . - ' . . (Wednesday.Marked Chle»(°r «v-(W. P. A.I--Officially estimated salable livestock receipts for Thursday: Hogs 10.000; cattle 6,000; sheep 7,000. '. - . - SEAMAN HAS LEAVE Garner--Gordon E. Steil, seaman 1/c, pleasantly surprised his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Steil, with a long distance call from Chicago. He completed his boot training at the Great Lakes and is spending a 9 day leave with his wife in Chicago. He will report to Great Lakes Thursday for further training as a radio technician. CHICAGO POTATOES {Wednesday Market) Cbieao, Wj-- (W. P. A.I--Potatoes: Arrivals 64, on track Ia6. total U. S. shipments 856; old'-stock: Offerings very light, demand exceeds available offerings local track market: market very firm at ceiling. New stock: Supplies very light.' demand exceeds available supply; market firm at ceiling. Idaho Russet Burbanks U. S. No. 1^ 53.47; Col orado Red McClures. No. 1. S3.42; Ne br.iika Bliss Triumphs.. U., 5. No. 1 53.44; Michigan Chlppewas, U. S. No. 1 $3.28: Wisconsin Chippewas. U. S. No 1. «3.02; Florida 50 Ib. sacks. Bliss Tri umphs, U. S. No. 1.. SZ.15 62.85. NEW YOEK PRODUCE (Wednesday Market) New York. LJ--Eggs 23.437; firm. Cur rent,general wholesale prices follow: Mixed colors: Extras. No. 1 to No. 4 45 Ibs. and over 42.K743.B; medium. 40-44 Ibs. 40.8: standard No. 1 to No. 4. ·Jo Ib and over 39.8^40.3: current receipts 39.8 dirties. 43 Ibs. 38.8; checks 38.8. Butter 553.892: firm. Cheese 200.766; nominal; no quotation The gardenia was named after Dr. Alexander Garden of Charleston, .S. Car. J. R. DORSEY AUCTIONEER Phone 2592 CHICAGO CASH GRAIN (Wednesday Market)' CjHearo, W--Wheat: No. 2 red. SI.IJTi eiling price. · Corn: . No. 5' yellow. Sl.03^;: sarhpi rade yellow. SS'ittM; No. 4 yellow 1.14'A;' sample- grade white, SLOl 1 /*! Oats: No. 1 ^mixed heavy, 79c; heav IO.-1. red ISc. Barley, nominal: Malting $1.15 61.37'^ eed 85c^i$l. Field seed per hundredweight norni al: Timothy. 5S6.25: red - top SI51 cd clover S3I.50; sweet clover S10.63; al lite S28.50. Mason City Grain MASON CITY--For Wednesday Vo. 2 white oats, 32 Ibs 70 2 shelled corn, old $1.0 2 shelled corn, new .... 96% WEDNESDAY GBAIN CLOSE Chicago, ()-- VHEAT-- " High lay Sl.GO?! lee :ORN-lay uly ept, ....;. iec. .'. OATS-toy "uly ....... iept. .: Dec RYE-May uly Sept. . . . . . . Dec.- . BABUiY-- May ~ . 1.50k 1.50V.. l.lO'.i 1.08 . 1.50',= 1.49'.-. Close Sl.59y.-S0 1.5U1 1.50V. 1.50 !i .53 J6V4- Hides and Wool Calves, ga. to cnoi« 140-190 su.oo-li. QHOUtioas famished by Wolf Bros- la 3M FIMb Street S.alhwejt Bull hides From IS Ibs. up From 15 Ibs. down Horsehidu . 16 GIRLS AID AIRWAYS-- Two English girls handle a job which before the war was done by men--mooring a.flying boat's launch to a quay at the Poole Harbor aviation -base. AW AMERICAN DOUGHBOY WHO FELL I£N BELGIUM-- The body of a dead American soldier lies in the snow on a road to Lierneu'x, Belgium. A cross made from his own bayonet and scabbard was a gesture put up by his buddies as a final tribute during the advance of the American 1st army. . ·*· Oklahoma Town Plans $10,000 War Memorial Alva, Okla., Ol.PJ--A $10,000 war memorial is being planned in Alva, Okla., civic leaders announced recently as a campaign to raise the funds : neared the halfway mark andMs expected to be concluded in October. The fund is being raised by donations. The memorial" building, besides containing the list of war heroes of World wars I, and II, will be so constructed as to provide a band shell with the capacity of a 100- bnnd on one side of the ex- County cent. 320 acres (undivided ' 1/3 interest.) 12-29-44. j Hardine, Ethel I., to Effie. S.' Barney, et al, jt. ten., $10. (QCD) E half of 27-94-19, cont. 320 acres, j (1/3 int.) 12-30-44. Raymond, L. L., Treasurer'to Cerro Gordo County SI 1-27. Lot'9 Blk 2 Fairview Add to Mason City (TSD). 1-11-45. Raymond, L. L.., Treasurer to Cerro Gordo County $26.87. Lot 14 Blk 4 Fairview Add to Mason City (TSD). 1-11-45. Raymond, L. L., Treasurer 'to Cerro Gordo County S16-78. -L 6 B 3 Fairview Addito M C (TSD). 1-11-45. Raymond, L. L... Treasurer lt Cerro Gordo County S31.50. L 5 B 4 Fairview Add to M C (TSD). 1-11-45. Raymond, L- L., Treasurer to Cerro Gordo County S23.73. L 7 B 4 Fairview Add to M C (TSD). 1-11-45. Rose, Irene, to L. W. Patterson i and wife, jt. ten. etc. 51, (W. D.) ! N. 40 feet W. Va of Lot 6, Blk. 43 FARMERS URGED TO BOOST Garner -- County Extension Director Paul Henderson advised Hancock county farmers to increase their hog production in 1945. ' / . · " . ' . Henderson pointed out th'at lard is again on the ration list and the need for pork is increasing. \ The' extension director urges farmers to use great caution in the selecting o£ sows to raise pigs economically and urges the increased use of clean ground to raise pis on. Chaplain SayS Lord ,' Has Free Air Channel 7th A A F HEAVY BOMBER BASE ON PALAU, «J.R -Officers Paul Felt's Plat Mason City l - l l - j a n d men of the 7th AAF heavy ·Air conditioning, popularly, considered as" 1 providing comfort in theaters, shops, offices and'trains; plays the war role of manufacturing discomfort. In the production of synthetic rubber and in wind tunnels where aircraft are tested, air 'conditioning contrives subzero weather to match "tempera- 45. Kuan, John, to Mason City, Clear Lake R. R. Co., $6,650 (W. D.) E. 1,4' of W: te of S. E. 1/4 N. W. 'A and W. V- of W. £ oi E. S. E. 1/4 of N. W. V 4 17-96-21, except the S. 175 feet thereof 1-1145. Shaffer, James R., to Marian W. Shaffer SI (W. D.) Lot 12 and L. 13, Blk 38 in R. R. Add. to Mason City. Also Lqt 1 in' Sub. of L. 2, 3, 6, and 7 in Blk. 18 in Paul Felt's Plat Mason City, 1-11-45. Raymond, L. L., - Treasurer, to :ounty $88.80 L .4 Beacom's Add. to Mason tenor. Inside, the memorial building will have trophy cases and recognition niches, and the names of the hero servicemen and .women. Two wings off the main building, under 'the proposed building ? n 1 ^^ feSt r ° 0mS f ° r City. {T. S. D.) 1-11-45. Raymond, L. L., Treasurer, to Cerro Gordo County $12.40 N. 105 feet of W. 4 feet Lot 2 and N. lOo feet of E. 4 feet Lot 3, Blk. 8 Brice and Ong Land Co., St. R. R. A Gordo Count y S226.42 L. 4 I Blk. 1, John J. Burns Add. to *.ti w *v*;«niv-* *··« »"«-«..»,.. ._.--! . ^^ - o i r w . J j u v j i i i i u. ijui n» nuu. tures met high in the stratosphere ; KCOl C State Transfers : Mason City (T. S. D.) 1-11-45. aombardment group doubtless took the advice of their group chaplain, Capt. Milton L. Dowden, of Waterloo, Iowa, during a briefing before a recent mission against the Japanese. "Remember, men," he said, "that while you're up there tomorrow, the Lord will have his receiving and sending station open at all times; on all channel^ and freQuencies, 'and you are free to tune in on His channel or pray as often as you desire. "There is no radio silence s*'ith God." Snakes for Chile Zoo New Vork, (U.R)--Even shakes are scarce these days and for proof I may be cited the fact that reptiles were missing from the exchange collection o£ common American I birds and animals sent recently 1 1 from the Bronx zoo'to the Conception zoo in.Chile. .--.. The director of the South American zoo had urgently requested that the Bronx zoo send him a number of common mammals, b i r d s and reptiles, especially snakes. The Bronx zoo has had its own troubles on that score, how- !ver, for the shortage of profes- iional snake collectors makes it difficult to obtain the reptiles. One professional even offered. to buy any surplus snakes · the zoo might have.) This meant that the Chilean zoo got no snakes. The Chilean zoo did get . 2 skunks, 2 opossums, 2 coyotes, one, ;ray fox, one red-tailed hawk, and sparrow hawks. FRENCH FIGHT WITH REDS M o s c o \v, (fP')--A Normandy squadron of French flyers is fighting alongside the red army in the battle of East Prussia and has downed 6 German Focke-Wulfs, it was announced ^Vednesday. The Frenchmen are flying Russian and American planes. Death Notices 1 GI 'Regrets' Wound Abilene. Texas, (U.R)--Pfc. J. T Flannagan thinks it was "awfully little" on his part to have "gone and got shot up after only II days of combat action" alter the government had trained him for over 2 years and spent thousands of dollars on him. BOND.. Mrs. Eliza Sanborn. 84, 414 Georgia N. E.. died Tuesday at 5 a. m. after a 1 short illness. Funeral services \vill be held at Pratte. Kans.. yrfth burial in the family plot {here. The Patterson funeral home in charge. HERT. Karen Mae. infant daughter of 1st Lt. and Mrs. Henry Hert, died in ft local hospital Tuesday afternoon after a short illness. Funeral services will be held at the Meyer funeral home Thursday at 2 p. m. with the Rev.. Lowell Younp of the Alliance Gospel tabernacle officiating and burial in Elmwood cemetery. The Meyer funeral home in charge. and in the northland. Livestock AUCTION FRIDAY, JANUARY 26th -- 12:30 P. M, NOTICE--We Will Start Sellinc Sheep and Bogs at 12:30 Sharp. 400 -- CATTLE -- 400 The run will include stocker and feeder steers and heifers, Fat steers and heifers, butcher stock of all kinds, springing cows and heifers, bulls and veal calves. 31 White Face Steers and Heifers from one man.,Carrying flesh. 10 White Face Heiferettes carrying 2nd calves. These are good native cattle. - j 24 While Face and Shorthorn Steers, weight 1,000 Ibs. Thin in flesh. / We will have a very good run of stocker cattle of all kinds. We will have five Hereford Bulls of breeding age, consigned by the same man who sold ten bulls last week. · - ' Iowa City, Iowa "The Reliable Line Since '99" Leo Smith was back last week with two good Angus Balls, 15 months old. Top was $160.90. John Osnes sold good fat steers $14.05. We sold a lot of good stock cattle which met with active demand. All classes of butcher stock are selling very good. Bring in yonr stock and plan to attend the sale this Friday. We have good demand for good breeding halls of beef breeds. Also good Holstein springing cows and heifers. 150 ROGS--Feeding pigs of all weights, bred gilts and boars. The demand for all feeding hogs is very good. SHEEP--Fat lambs, feeding lambs, bred ewes and hacks. One man is consigning 250 bales of straw. 1 4-wheel trailer on robber and good triple box, 145 bu. hog feeder used one year. For Prompt Sale ond Complete Satisfaction, Consign Your Livestock to the Clear Lake Auction company. Clear Lake Auction Go. I Raymond. L. L., Treasurer, tt _. . , Cerro Gordo County S41.07 Lot 4, Thiederman Bert and Wife, To Blk . j and Lot 5 Blk. 1 College Arthur Whipple and Wife, jt. ten. Add to Mason city, (T. S. D.) 1$1 (WD) S'A of Lot 8 E 28 feet 11.45 of S',4 of Lot 7 Blk 7 James Fos- , Raymond. L. L., Treasurer, to :ers Add. to South Mason City. [ Cerro Gordo County S16.72 Lot 7, 1-17-43. | Blh . 2 John J. Burns Add to Urbatch. George and Wife, To Mason City (T. S. D.) S1 -11-45. Fred Ward et al. jt. ten. SI, (QCD) Raymond, L. L., Treasurer, to All that part of Jackson Street Cerro Gordo County $69.13 Lot 6 lying S. of L 6 Blk 2 in Swale- Blk 11 Brice and Ong Land Co.'s dale. 1-3-45. St. R. R, Add. to iMason City (T. Urbatch, George W. and By GENE AHERN Wife, To Fred Ward, et al. jt. ten.'SI (WD) Lots 5 6 Blk 2 Swale- dale. 1-3-45. Runcie. A. H. and Wife, To Frank Montgomery and Wife, jt. ten. $1 (WD) Lot 5 Forest Park- Add, to M C in NWVi 9-96-20. 1-19-45. Raymond; L. L., Treasurer, to Cerro Gordo County. S8.25. Lot' 22, blk 1, Fairview Add. to M. C. (TSD) 1-11-45. Raymond, L. L., Treasurer, to Cerro Gordo County, $18.21. Lot 11, blk 1, Fairview Add to M. C. (TSD) 1-11-45. Raymond, _L. L., Treasurer, to Cerro Gordo County, $11.57. Lot 2,'blk 3, Fairview Add. to M. C. 1-11-45. Raymond, L. L., Treasurer, to Cerro Gordo County, $12.18. Lot 11, blk 2, Fairview Add. to M. C. (TSD) 1-11-45. Raymond, L. L,, Treasurer, to CEITO Gordo County, S40.55. Lot 22, blk 4, Fairview Add. to M. C. (TSD) 1-11-45. Barney. Effie S.. et al, to Ethel I. Hardine, S10. (QCD) E half 2794-19, located in Cerro Gordo S. D.) 1-11-45. Raymond. L. L.. Treasurer, to | Cerro Gordo County S58.77 Lol j 18. Blk. 25 College Add. to Mason I City, (T. S. D.) 1-11-45. Russell. Cloe Audrey hus. tr Gordon E. Dills SI (WD) Lot 448 Midland Heights Add. to M. C. 1-15-45. . Lapiner, Nate and wfe. to Es- tellc Lapiner Gelt SI (WD) NE'A E. of RR in Sec. 22 and W V of NWtt 23-96-20, cont. 198.5 acres 1-16-45. Lapiner, Nate and wfe. to Bonnie Lapiner and Betty Jane Lapiner $1 (WD) SE'/ 4 and S'.i of NEli 15-94-21, cont. 240 acres SMs of SWVi and NW'4 of SWV 15 Sec. and N',% of SE%, except the R. R. 16-94-21, cont. 196.44 'acres 1-16-45. Edgar, W. D. to George Brodrecht SI (WD) That part of E 125' of N. 255.04' of Lot 1 of sub. of NW% SE 21-97-19 lying S of road and R. R. right of way 830-44. Bowen. Vern 71. and wfe. to Martha Hoeft SI (WJJ) Lot 13 Blk.. 2 Grell's First Add. to Ventura 3-15-44. BOARD AND ROOM WHEN I CAME IN, HE SAID TUH TtLLYUH HE'S GONNA WATT UNTIL GROUMD-HOG DAY FER.YUHTUH COME OUT/ 15 HE STILL OUTSIDE.WAIT1NG ' FOR ME?- HE'S "NOOSE NECK. BEELtR' A VERY TOUGU HOMBRE.' THOSE A1NT FRECKLES ON HIS FACE,---THEY'RE RUST SPOTS THAT BREAK. CiJT FHOW. THE BULLETS STILL IN HIM ' THEEARL CAN PERSUADE' HIM TO LEAVE CRYPTCX1UOTE--A cryptogram quo tan on G U W E P W Q C U D F G Q N Z D P G Q M D K W K R O E W G Q G U W H N W F W Y G U Q E N R Y J D G F J E G Z -- W A W N F Q Y . Yesttrday'n Cryptoqnote: WITHOUT FRUGALITY NONE CAN BE RICH, AND WITH IT VERY FEW WOULD BE POOR --JOHNSON.

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