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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1943 A For Sale Ad Will Find You a Cash Buyer--Just Phone 3800 Now! Classified Advertising Information RESET FOR WANT AD PAGE . TABLE OF ECONOMY WANT AD PRICES 10% discount if paid at lime of insertion. 3% discount on all classified ads paid wilhiii 10 days ot last insertion. Tills is f point lype Tlic rates for this size type arc-- 2 Lines 3 Lines 4 Lines '5 Lines 6 Lines 7 Lines 8 Lines 9 Lines Money to Loon 8 1 Day 3 Days 6 Days S .30 .45 .60 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 § .75 1.13 1.50 1.88 2.25 2.C3 3.00 3.33 $1.32 1.93 2.64 3.30 3.96 4.62 5.28 5.94 COMBINED FACILITIES ol the Midland Investment Co. and the United Financial Service NOW IN ONE OFFICE AT 15Vi N. FEDERAL AVE. We have consolidated Cor tile dui'alioit. Loan Rales are uniform with ehhcr company. The doublu facilities speed up loan applications, no long delays. Yon can save time by visiting our joint offices. United Financial Service Over Ford Hopkins Drug Store Phone 57 Apt*, for Rent 33 INSTALLMENT LOANS TERM LOANS TO FARMERS This is 10 point type. The UP TO S300 rotes for this size type are-- On Personal Property anywhere in -- I Npi'th Iowa. No Fees--No Deduc- 2 Lines .. 3 Lines .. 4 Lines .. 5 Lines .. B Lines .. 7 Lilies .. 3 Lines .. 9 Lines .. 1 Day $ .40 ,0 .80 1.00 1.20 1.40 1.60 1.80 3 Days G Days 51.05 1.58 2.10 2.63 3.15 3.68 4.20 4.73 $1.92 2.8B 3.84 4.80 5.7( 6.72 7.68 8.64 , CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 Day 3 Days G Days 1 Inch . . . $ .80 S2.25 $4.35 JUST CALL 3800 AND ASK FOR AN AD-TAKER 3? 20 62 .·61) Acreage Agents Apts for Rent. Amusements.,. Auto Acc'iortes Autos for Sale. Auto Trucks ... el Auto Financing, lit Btauly Shops .. 12 Bo.ird. Room .. 'M Bus. Locations . 30 Bus. Op'tunitics 18 Cafes 14 Card ol Thanks 2 "emeterics .... A3 Cleaners. Dyers 15 Cottages A35 Death Notices - I CORK. Birds. Pets « Electrical .. . A'ii Farms for Sale . :'S Farms for Ren I 4U Florists 4 Poods 45 Funeral Directors .'J Garages 5:1 Gardens A45 Help Wanted. Male. Female "7 Help Wtd,, Male, 110 Kelp Wanted. Female 21 Help Wtd.. With Investment - . 19 Houses for Sale* ?."» Houses for Rent, 34 H'schold Goods 54 tions--you receive the full amount of loan in cash. Prompt, Courteous Dependable Service See. phone or write for Free Information. C. L. PINE LOAN CO. Second Floor - State and Federal Phone 224 UNFURNISHED APARTMENTS 3-room apt. heat water, fur. S30 4-rocm apt. heat water fur. 40 5-rocm apt. heat . water fur. 4(5 ·S-room apt. heat water fur. 30 W. L. PATTOiS', Realtor 109 E. State St. FOU RENT--Close in. loxvcr apt,, 3 or 3 rms. Lots of licat. Phone 867. RENT--Nicely heal, close in. furn. 1 cm. Ph. 2S37. FOR RENT--Mod. opts. Reas. Inq. apt. 2, 3rd fir. over Piggly Wiggty, 12 1st N. W. FOR DESIRABLE APTS. see J.' B. Youngblopd. Phone 36. FOH RENT--Mod. 4 room apt, and car. 719V a North federal. Phone 2667. FOR RENT--Furn. 6 room opt. and garage f . G. Drew, Clear Lake. Ph. 305. STRICTLY BUSINESS by McFe,»ers Houses for Rent- 34 FOR REKT--Fine bungalow. W. PH. 08j. FOR RENT--9 r 515. Ph. 130B. house 613. 4tll N. E., FOR RENT--New 4 rm. colonial home, gas heal. 5:10. Beck Bro5. Ph. IS*. Index to Classified Classifications are numbered according to the position in which they appear in the section. Instruction ..... Insurance In Memoriatti . . Investment LIvest'fc for Sale Location Wanted Lost. Found .... Lots for Sale ... 3G Machinery -II Misc* for Sale .. -J1 Mine, for Rent . 4*i Money to Loan. 8 I Musical Instr. .. -18 Nursery Stock .. 47 Optometrists . . 1 1 Offices for Rent. -19 Office Equipt. .. 50 Personals ...... 5 Poultry. Eggs .. 55 Radio 16 Real Estate . . ,. 51 Real Est. Loans AC Rooms for Kent 32 Sale or Trade . 31 Sulft or Rent . B:(5 Salesladies S-i Salesmen ...... 25 Seeds. Feeds ... 17 Services Offered 23 Situation Wtd. . ^2 Swap Service , 2B Wtd. to Borrow. 58 Wanted lo Buy. Si Wanted, Misc. FOR KENT--5 rm. brick duplex, mod., Kns heat, garage. 411 2nd St. N. W. S3?.30. .Wantcys. Men! Women t Married or Single Quick Cash Loans ?25 to S300 SECURITY LOAN GO. *~TM^:zr* 321 First Nat'l Bank FOR SALE--6 room house, double caraRe, chicken houses. ', · acre ground. Ph 432C-W. FOR RENT--3 rm. heated duplex. $20. J. B. Youngalood. Phone 3C. Phone 412 REAL ESTATE LOANS F. H. A. AND OTHER TYPES iE. W. CLARK CO. 205 Foresters Bldg. Optometrists n WISE parents will have their children's eyes examined. Sec Dr. Knulsou. Opt., Chiropractors Al 1 HEALTH through normal nervt Dr. El. J Garner antj Dr. Garner. TOG North Federal. function. Lucy EL Wanted to Rent. Wear's Apparel. Death Notices PIAINKETT. Leo C.. 48. was a victim of lite passenger station fire at Burlington early \Vcdnesclay morning. Funeral services will be held Sa turd ay morn j n 5 at 9 o'clock nt the Holy Family ciiurch, Burial \\ill be nt Sacred Heart ccmuterv nt Rockwell. The Rosary will be fslrt at the Jleyor luncnil It cine Friday evening ' "*- - --- at 8 o'clock. charge, Aleycr juncrul liomc in WILSON. Joseph. "iO. dictl at ;i local convalescent home early Tuti-day morninx. following an illntjss of about two xveeks. Funeral services will be held at Hie Patterson funeral home at 1:30 o'clock Friday afternoon, with the Rov. A. J. Brakkc, pastor o[ Oxir Savior's LuiLicran church, in charge. Burial will be -it Elmwood cemetery. The Patterson funeral home in charge. KITTO, A. V,'.. r»i. commit I etl suicide nt his store. 40'.! Seventh street southeast- Monday afternoon, A private funeral service wiil be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at Ihc Meyer funeral hcmc. With tlie Rev. Alarvju B. Kobcr. pastor of the FErst Methodist church, in charge. Burial will be nt Elmwootl cemetery. The Meyer funeral home in charge. Business Opportunities 18 WANT TO BUY--Grocery store property u'illi Jiving quarters in connection. Wrilc L-19. Globe-Gazette. Help Wtd., Male 20 WANTED--Married man to manage faru., State wajjes and Rive retercnccs. Write £-21. Glohc-Gazcttc. WANTED^l Married and 1 Single Man for year round work on modern and up-to-date tarm. Top wages year round for good interested stock men care who understand live- and Tanning and can handle machinery with care. Modern tenant licuse, pleasant homes and working conditions, no long hours. Please do not reply unless you are sober and industrious, no boozers. Draft exempt if possible. WRITE B-1G, GLOBE-GAZETTE FOR RENT--In West Haven, 1 rni. luisc. fall basement, plenty of cnrden £pacc. . _ r,!.. . . . .,.. J - (, *\ , irTM--*~ TWO NEW HOUSES Roosevelt School district. Gas heat, fully modem, 4 rooms, attached garage . . . 540 a month E. W. CLARK CO. Phone 1700 FOR RENT--Poss. immtd.. S rm. Imnga- low. 732 Birch Dr. Phone llfct or 3210. FOR RENT--4 bedroom house. «:! Sixlh street nortliwesl. Phone ^910. Wanted to Buy 56 WANTED TO BUY--Portable clcc. sewing machine. Ph. 5192-J. HIGHEST cash |ricra paid for your used f u r n i t u r e . distil, tools, t-loUiing. or \vli.-nevor you tiavt- lo so)). We Iniy pit-ce ur a house f u l l , Call Col, Lane * Pticmo 1821!, WANTED TO BUY--Furniture, dishes, tools. Ph. 1822. Archduke Eats Blue Plate of Chef Who Served His Father Went Unrecognized During First Visits lo Hungarian Cafe WANTED--To buy used furniture. Tradt u v MAIITIV K A V I - ' your old for new (tirnilure. Jo Goss. · ,, ., , ,, i, ,'. ,. ill! South Federal ; Umicr! Press Mafl Correspondent __ j NEW YORK. (U.PJ--The Arch- 1MKTED TO^JV-^e.jd ^ ta,,,,. , d u h c O l t o _ prolendcr to ihc AUS ' | Irian throne, sometimes sils down o the 85-ccnt blue plate at :\ tub. Lee Beln "It's a cablegram from Mussolini, Mr. Kaiser. He wants to know if you'd be interested in a construction job at Turin!'' At least il ducc knows where to so when lie wauls results \nd when you want results in selling an item, try Globe-Gazette Want Ads. Call 3800. Foods ·Household Goods 54 FOR RENT-- Ken-. 5 rju. bunfialow. near Monroe school. Ph. 99D. M. K. Haa- lichn. FOH RENT--3 room, partly furn. bafe- rnenl house, sn.50 mo. Ut9 N. Del. FOR RENT--Newly decorated liouse. near Mouro* school. 527.50. Sam Raizes. 1 room Garage. ! FOR RENT-- 3 rm. house. 1H32 N. Conn.. 512.50 mo, PH. 4919-LJ. all lath S. B. FOR KENT--» orted. S13. Raizes. dupjc-v. Ne\vly dec* S. Jackson. Sani NORTHERN SPYS i. S. NO. 1 QUALITY, 5-1 96 iaskct 1 ROMAN BEAUTIES QUALITY, $19G HUBBARDSON sine JONATHANS UTILITY Basket . j U. S. NO. 1 QUALITY, Basket WE PAY CASH lor Your Used Sewing Machines Washing Machines Coal Ranges Gas Ranges Power Delta Tools CURR1E-VAN NESS CO. WANTED TO B U Y -- ^ or 3 lor cash. Wrilc W-21. Cl WANTED TO BUY--Twu low heavy boned. !l,imp5))irc bo-ns Luicomb. Ph. BF21. Clear Lake. ilown. Elmer Wanted to Rent 57 WANTED TO RENT--Fnvm. CO In IGO acres. Shure or 50-zn. Good equip Write X-21. Globc-Gazctlc. Autos for Sole 60 We Will Buy Your CAR ZENOR MOTOR CO. 21 Second S. W. 043 S. Federal FOR SALE--1S36 Molcl A. Very B oo! shape. $150. Pli. 4U93-U 1 . SALE ON Slightly Soiled Curtains These Cm-tains have been on display--now reduced to Half-Price SEARS ROEBUCK Seond Floor CO. Bargains Always AT THE Home Furniture Used Furniture Exchange j UTILITY QUALITY, 1 Basket S l 9 G | FOR RENT Desirable 4 Room House All Modern -:- Fireplace $27.50 Call Ncibergail Brothers Gi-o. 830) See it at 205 S. Louisiana ,, GANGS s l U. S. NO. 1 QUALITY, Basket SUGAR heat, sotl mod. S27.jl ya.s Jical, 2 POP CORN SURE POP, Funeral Directors MEYERS Funerpl Home. A beautiful service need not ba costly. Ambulance tervicc. Phone 1505. MAJOR Funeral Home, 203 Second N. E. Efficient Service plus Revereow. Ambulance. Phone Sil. WANTED--Man lo work in lire re-capping plnnt. Apply 3 to 6 p. m. only. Trover's Tire Tread Service, ;;oi ^tid S W,. Mason Cily- W ANTED--Boy to carry Globe-Gazette route in southeast part of town, south or 13th Sl. Apply Miss Allen GJobo-C;i- zettc. H ejp _Wtd. t Fern ale 21 WANTED--Stcnorapiier and typist- One familiar with mcdu-al. lenal nml literary lorrns. Age no limit. Hours 1 lo 5. Wrilc 11-10. Giobc-GaleUc. McAULEV ar.d SON Funeral Home. Complete service. Day and nlahl, Souih Adams. Phone 631, PATTERSON Funeral Home. Known (or service, Amhuiance. 322 North , Washington. Phone 1HQ. Lost, Found LOST-- ISrown and white Spaniel pup, Rou'-ard. Name is "Ginger." 937 9th N. E. Money to Loan WANTED--Girl for cooklna and work. Nisscn Hospital. Osagc. FOR RENT Very fine S B. H. Dunlc\-. Xi water, one of the best. 7US N. llnniscn .ivc.. 3 R. 333 Ulst S, E,, j n. mod., lots S2U. 25 So. VermoJil. n It. very line. SW. double yar. 420 So. Taylor, n n. biiny.- SI'. 1 ). 302 lath S. E.. '1 B. n. Duplex., verv fine. _ $37.50. licvit furnished. U 1^ NW. very fine. S37.r»o. j WISCONSIN CrTCOWW ROMEY REALTY CO Pli 334 I ' Sl-UIN S 11\ UKUWC,, Per Pound Pei- Pound ?136 6 C rebuilt sweepers. $19.95 $10 Mahogany. $10 opens into a Pounds CABBAGE FOR RENT-- r Phone 1031-J. doom duplex, in. FOR SALE--fi rm. IIOUFO. new. dec., heat, !.'3ra/;e. CJo=e in. Ph. 31HO. Forms for Sole FOR SALE--Cnrpnin. Estate farm. Ino acres unimproved. 1 mile from town, good soil. Possession March 1. £85.01) per acre. Clarion Itisur. and Hcahy Co. Phone :a. 11. c. Hanson. Farms for Rent 40 WANTED --Dlslnvas her, mar Coffee Shop. Apply at Ead- WANTED--Waitress. Covered WANTED-- Maid seu Hospital. for ccncral OSSEC. Iowa. WANTED--Micloic agetl lisdpr. on farm. 510 per wfi. Write Ncls Smith. Thornton, la. WATCTED--Waitress, SH.OO. Burke, Ford Hopkins. Apply Miss Services Offered 23 WANTED--Yr. rotind job on [ar pendable inn. man. Slate pa Wrilc D-20. Glouc-Gaicltc. START THIS YEAR OFF WITH Freedom From Worries! Mak« this a REAL new year, 13 lar as your finances arc concerned. Resolve TODAV to pay a f l your old bills, anrf u k e care of any medical 01 dental work your family may need. You can have up lo 5300. and the easy monthly repav- mcnts ]'ust-fil in with your budget. Come in NOW (or prompt, confidential help. Home Loan Finance Co. 205 Foresters Bldg. Mason City MIRRORS rcsilvcrcd. Factory Droc Guaranteed, Mackct's. Phone 7S"_'. SERVICE--You can have your battery charged while you wait at the Pontiac garage. PERSONAL LOANS at a low bank rate will help you get out of debt $ 100 for 12 months at S8.33 a month costs you S10.00 INVESTMENT DEPT. First National Bank "The Logical Place lo Borrow" Swop Service 29 SWAP--t^irpe rabbits for small inoibn- lor or brooder. Write TT-21, GloboGa- zcllc. SWAP-- Larco site tricycle Tor portable phonograph. Write XX-2I. Clolic-Ca- ictlc. FOR BENT-- SO ncrc (arm. on City. Cash rent. Giobc-CJazctlc. closn to -Ma- Wricc 1,-l-u. FOR RENT--Extra good 120 acre farm. pcsf. ,l!ar. 1. Wrilc D-21. Globe-Gazette. Livestock for Sole 42 FOR SAI.E-- Ti Guernsey heifers. 3 fresh: 2 to (reshen soon. Also I bJac],- I( MV inilkinir. 1 black colt conjirtj: I year ohl. Fred L. Billcrman. DGO lllli St. N. E. Phone 5192J. Mason Cilv. FOR SALE--Guernsey cow. Xo. !,"» separator. Hayes jilanicr. stilkcy plou-. din-, Ras cripinc. hoc feeder, many other ar- lielcs at HnrnM White's. Norn Spril" = FOR S.\LE--3 Smith Guy Misc. for Safe 44 FOn S.M.F^--DcLuxc console iri mlc rncti.. beautiful walnut raljtnct. pii^h b u t t o n thninc. mortem styling nefinitc 2 unit Rrain water sollcnei 7,volt. 300 wall, portable liclit plant, less batteries. These may be seen at the Municipal Electric Plant. Bancroft. Iowa. 4c RUTABAGAS WAXED 3 -- EUREKA 1 year guarantee GATELEG TABLE Perfect LIBRARY TABLE -Good as new STUDIO DIVAN, bed--good springs 3-pc. VELVET. DAVENPORT, BED DAVENPORT AND CHAIR Slip-covered, ;cod ICOHAIR Good as new 2-pc. VELVET SET, serpentine front . . . . FOR SALE--1939 Ford Fordor Sedan. Reconditioned motor, new brakes. j!mf llres--5543.00. Pritchard Motor Company Mason City. loiva. Winterized Used Cars at Reasonable Prices HART MOTORS, Inc. DODGE - PLYMOUTH Opposite Hie Post Office 120 N. Delaware Phono 980 TERMS - TRADES FOR SALE 1936 FORD TUDOR Better than average' conditior Radio, healer ;iud live good tires Immediate sale price, $225'. GEOFF. WALTER 811 N. Hampshire Are. Ph. 328 LEGAL NOTICES NUTiri: or THI: APPOINTMENT or A U M I N I S T K A ' r O K WIT11-IVII.L- A N N K X I U ) STATK Of IOWA. Ccrro Cordo Counlv, :··.. No. 3300. Notice is lieifby ijivrn, Ilial the midrr- iiignc'cl has been duly appoinlHd and qualified as Administrator \VHh-\Vjll-an- nexecl nf Ihc estate of Kred Morse. Dp- ceased, late of Cerro Gordo County. All Iicrsotu jiidcotod lo said estate are requested to make immediate payment: and those liavmg claims apalnst the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undci-siRnecl lor allowance, and lilo ttu: office of (he Clerk of the District ncdest little midtown restaurant vhose chef once served his fa- her, the Emperor Kail, and lias ratislated Edgar Allen Poo and Mark Twain into lUmsanan. For weeks before Otto appeared ' it tlie restaurant his aide-de-camp vas ;i l're(|uci)t diner. Then Otto ppcared one nisht wilh his cn- ouraye and lias repeated several ime.s since then. On the first two ,-isits lie went unrecognized be- . X(mcl; ,,,.. .,.,,,. AIM-OISTJIKST o. ratine the owner - clicf. . l o h ' . i ! AHMINISTKATKIX Szabo, was busy ill the kitdlCll. I STATE OK IOWA. Ccrru Cordn Counly. The waiter who serves the a r c h - j SiiS'ifiVrcbv I-LVCI, that u,r m.drr l u h c s WICnei- schnitzel Or Stuffed sianwl been duly' aupotiued n:.rt be- c i u a l i f i II. I). DUNN. Administrator Wilh-will-ai.iirxr.l, n. ft. DUNN. Attorney Dated Jann.-iiy mil. 1943. S. II. MacPKAK, Clerk District Court By M A R G A R E T RII.KY. Dcpuly cabbage--his choice varies twecn the two--still docs not iilow the identity of his distinguished patron. No special point is made ot his visits. In addition lo serving Karl I. Szabo also was chef in the court ;f the assassinated Emperor Alexander of Jugoslavia. He is an American citizen now and has no .pecial interest in monarchies, lie ;ave his restaurant an American name, '-The Campfii-c Inn," rather than call it something e.xolic. Szabo's passion is poetry and American letters first, then coo!;- ing. His mother taught him to cook when he was a small boy and for some years he tried to live by poetry. Now he is gathering material to combine the two talents in an encyclopedia ot cookery Adiniiiiulratri.v of tlir relate or John Walcll. Deceased, laic OC CeiTO Gordo County. All Jicrsous indebted In said estate arc requested to irm):c, immediate payment: atid ihofc having cliuius ARaiusl the ianic win picicnt tlieiu. rtuly notl\clitic)lcl. to the undcr.^iKnril /or allowance, aud file in the office ol t h e Clrrk of the District Court. NORA WAI.CH. Administratrix VlT^PATniCK : 13AKLOW. Attorneys Dalcil Jatuiar.v Cth. 1313. S, 11. MacPKAK. Clerk District Court By MAItGARET HILEV, Depuiy which w i l l give the origins anl history of famous dishes as well as their recipes. Although the restaurant is small and little known to the public it is crowded at dinner time with notables of opera, painters, musicians and writers. Willy Po- gaoy. noted artist. \vas enthused , enough to cover the walls with! NOTICE OK AITOISTMFST murals. I NOTICE OK THE APPOINTMENT As for Otto. Szabo says "he «cts NOTICE OP APPOINTMENT NOTICE OK THE APPOINTMENT OK EXKCUTOIt STATE OK IOWA. Cirrro riordo County, is. Xo. S310 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that HIP undersigned has been duly appoiiiled and n i i N l j f i c d as Executor of the estate ot Mary Kuuiak- Hirscli, Ucccaaed. late nf Cerio Gordo County. All persons in- dcljtcd In said cstale arc requested li make i m m e d i a t e paymcnl; and tlio.-'i having claims apai7i.-,t U)e sajue u-ill present them, duly authenticated, to the imdcrsiKHMl for allowance, and rile ill the office o( the Clerk of the District Court. TONY ZEMANEK. Execillnr L. U. BOO.MIIOWEII. Attonicy Dnted January Mb, J94:i. S. II. MacPEAK. Clerk District C O ' u t Ey MAHGAHET nlLEV. Deputy. Of - -- - -- - . ~ . -~--···**, ,..-_,.. ..._ CT 1 ""1 j *j[-VZ J- OK 1O1 the same food and service as any- OMTU Gardo o one else. "He comes sometimes with his brother and a sister." Szabo said. "They always eat stuffed cabbage and wiener schnitzel." NORTHERN Per S-l 28 Bag i 7 Ibs. Fresh Load--Home Grown COBBLERS Per Bag COBBLERS, Northern $-1 Grown. Per Bag I RED TRIUMPHS Norlh Dakota Grown, 51 Per Bag i EARL'S FRUIT MARKET IG07-1GU9 South Federal Avc. T $39.50 HAIR-$19.95 DAVENPORT-$39.50 $39.50 $10 PANEL $15 $19 ... $5 $4 $1 RADIATOnS cleaned, fenders straightened, wheels balanced and aliened. Birum-Olson Company. Auto Accessories 62 BATTERIES Sold on our Budget Pay Plan GOODRICH SILVEHTOWN STORE 125 First St. S. E. Phcnc 3500 SWAP--Large dec. watniil mrvnlcl clock · Louis Swchta. for portable phonograph. Write H Globe -Gazette. FOR SALE--Special delivery 1.500 ibs. best Franfclin counlv, til., lump coal Low on sooi. hot. holds fire all njfiht. Elas rnorc heat and lasts tonser t h a n ton or many other roals. S7J5. tax He tolal S7.29 I5QO Ibs. Smokeless Coal, none hc:- ler. 59,71. tax JOc, total $9.90. Phone 409 Business Locations 30 HAVE DRASTICALLY REDUCED RENTS on nil Flares. Choice Federal avenue location*. Phone I lac. S-7C YOU CAN BORROW this * -* amount from us for 52 months if you can lay aside S1.75 per week to make tho payments. Federal Discount Corp. EARL V. ZEARLEY, Manager 19',;. N. Federal Phone 516 FOR RENT--L c r. sip. rm. Auto heat sod water. Man prcl. Ph. 1057, 700 FOR RENT--Furn. Ivskpg. and rmj. Close in. Ph. 3669-W. Apt*, for Rent 33 FOR RENT--Furn. 3 rm. basement apt. Pri, bain, gas heat, elec. rcfrie. Adults Ph. 2637. FOR RENT-- I Ice. unfurn. rrn and kilchenrttc. Pri. lavatory and stool. Cloic in. Pan rent lor care ot furnace. Ph. 30H-J. CLEARANCE SALE on all Winter Sporting Items Includes Ice Skates, Skis, Footballs, Basketballs, Etc. FIRESTONE STORE Corner Second and S. Fedora] FOR ' RENT -- Apt., close In. good htvl l. Ph 1390-J allcr 3. The Largest and Most Complete Line o£ DOOR CHIMES to replace that noisy doorbell $1.29 TO $15.95 MONTGOMERY WARD . CO. Musicol Instruments 48 WE have n few Slcwarl-Waracr coivsolc nil combination radio*. Lcs Ucrctl Mu- ConilKinv. 10» N. Del. OCCASIONAL CHAIR, Good as new BEAUTIFUL WALNUT BED, good as new 2 LOUNGE CHAIRS, perfect, each ODD OAK BUFFETS, low as ODD ROUND OAK TABLES, law as 101) USED DINING ROOM frl | CHAIRS--low as, each ti-pc. JACOBEAN OAK DINING ROOM SUITE t9O CA Wonderful «? J.J.DII B9i8-pc. WALNUT DINING ROOM SUITE Good MAPLE BREAKFAST SET. r. $19.50 CHEST OF C? OC D R A W E R S 3J."j KROEHLEP, DAVENPORT AND ! C H A I R , used only ( months. Sold' (for S'.'25 $1?Q Sft I Now 41£*7««)U Only 25c Per Car JOE DANIELS SERVICE 121 N. Delaware Phone 363 Wearing Apparel 53 FOR SALE-- Snow-mil. s izc 15. sood jli.ipe; rmihkrat fur coat, size IS. Ph. Household Goods 54 FOR SALE--Cream and Ian. nocJ Island ranee. A nice one. Pii. 17. Rockwell, la.. Mrs. R. A. McMnlUn. FOR SALK--Rcdroom suite, mkt dressers. Hoys, k i l c h c n cabinet, u t i l i t y slecl i-aljincts. breakfast d*. Uminn^ room talle. chairs. Sec us before you buy. It. O. Exchange, 1310 N. Fed FOR SALE--Gas stovi-. rhairs. Phone 4326-W. COMPLETE Vacuum Cleaner rclmildini; and repairing for all make vacuum cleaners. Save fias. Free Dclivcrv service. Hoover Factory Branch. Mcrkcl'i. PARTS (or Maytaa and other washers. Repairing and used washers. Marston, 302 South Monroe. Phone IC2, WASHER REPAIRS, all makes. QuicX, economical. Ccrro Gordo Uaytaa Co, Phone M«7. FOR SALE--Apl. size clec, wash, macb . xviln Ic^s. complete \vltli wringer. Like new. 3U olh N. \V. FOR SALE--Studio covich. new. Kitchen cupboard, lady's eoaU, sizes ,18-411. Pl $7.50 $15 2--9x12 RUGS, Low as DROP LID OAK DESK 0-ft. Norge All Porcelain ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR, .perfect. SHOP AND SAVE AT THE Home Furniture Store Used Furniture Exch. n 1st St. S. K. Ph. 701 ~55 Poultry, Eggs BUY YOUR GRADE III TIRES and RECAPPING on our BUDGET PLAN M r e will lielp you fill out your application. GOODRICH SILVERTOWN STORES 125 First St. S. E. Photic 3300 Lodge Notices Hesi'tar M f f i t n c Kclj. 10. 7:30 P. M. MAVN \HO \VOI .T*vp W. M Telephone -HW-1V C- C. I1ALP111DK. Scrrclarv Phone 168T II BENEVOLENCE I.OKC.C NO A F. t A. M. Work in t h e Third Degree. Monday. Jan. 2.1 7:"u P j\l CEORGE C SENN. W. M. Phone -13^7 DON D GILBEOT. Secrcrarj Phone loan FOR QUALITY . . . OP.DEU Swift's Baby Chicks FIRST HATCH OFF FEB. 12 SWIFT CO. 820 S. Delaware Phone 1272 Wanted to Buy 56 WANTED TO DUY--75y privalc Mrty. 1907 or '33 eoupc. Givp details, cash price. Write R-21. Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Second Hand sink. 16sJ1 i n s . Hal cdpc rim. Ph. 1710. MASO.N CtTV I.ODOK NO. T:l i. o. o. r. Alcrtinq r \ e r v Tuci. nigiit FOSTRR KLLJOTT Noble C.ranH PliOiic ISOti W A Y M A N CLObSON nccortlinc ±3ccrcUry phone MG7 Special Days Weeks Start Through Cycle B.v IIE.VKV PLATT Unilei! I'rcss Staff Corrcsnonileiit N E W Y O R K, U.E--Some of them are for the good of your soul and others to reduce your cash balance. Some arc procUiimed by governors and mayors and u tew even by the president. All ot them add up to about as many days as there are in the year, and they are k n o w n to the promoter's trade ns Special Weeks and Days Their annual reign cif appeals will begin with major attacks (in your sense of bolh h u m a n a;id commodity values: the "March of. Dimes'' of the National Foundation for I n f a n t i l e Paralysis, ending on President Roosevelt's b i r t h day, and the "Large-Size Promo- t lion" of the nation's drug chain.?. | These campaigns will le followed j by a varied cycle of observances, each claiming your support for its own cause, institution, or product | V * ¥ Here arc some of the deeds, conviction and purchases that are expected from you as a mcmiiliy- alcrl. and otherwise discriminalinK citizen ol t h i s competitive democracy: Abate noise . . make £ood music . be a belter parent',. . . yive dogs a good | lomc . swim for health . . . prevent lirc.s . . . vc- membcr prison inmates . . . Tly mode! planes . . . restore wild life . - . cat in restaurants . . . sew and save at home ... write letters . . . cultivate hobbies . . . prevent accidents . . . read the Bible . . save foi- Christmas . . . be land to animals . . . t h i n k of the newspaper boys . . . strive for better h o m c s. interracial brotherhood, and good w i l l . . . conserve natural resources . . . be tolerant . . . vote intelligently . . . observe the Golden rule . . . take care of your fool health . . . watch your posture . . . buy American art. advertised brands, baby things, new furniture, cotton clothes. Buddy poppies, notions . . . prefer ap'ples to cherries to raisins to peanuts to candy to eggs to douahnuLs to Idaho potatoes to domestic wines . . . recognize (he significance of American citizenship. Ihc United STates constitution. education, newspapers, foreign trade, aviation, Pan-American aviation, agriculture, the army, the navy. Christian family lire. Christian r u r a l life, business and professional women. want ads. g s j STATE 'ovinly. No j'JIfi NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, lhat I h n iidcrsiftiicd haa been duly apixjintcd mid iialilicd as Admioiatralrix of the estate of Waller W. Wilcox. Occcsbcd laic nt Ccrro Gordo County. All ncraous i n - debted to said cilalc arc requested to ake itnmcdialt; |:\yincm: utic Uioaii havinr; ttaims asahist the same \vill :^elit them, duly authenticated, to the tJeraiancd for allou-aiiLC. and file in Itie u f f i c c oE the Clerk of the District Conn .\fARCARET E. WILCOX E. G. DUNN. Attorney Dntctl January Tuh. lain. S. H. M.-uiPEAK. Clerk District Court By MARC ABET RILEY. Dcpulr London Raid Shelters Were Locked Because of "Scandalous Misuse" LONDON, ifl')--A number of Londoners were unable to yet into air raid shelters at the height of Wednesday's daylight air raid because the shelters were kept locked to prevent "scandalous misuse,'' it was revealed in commons Thursday. Sir W i l l i a m Henry Davison asked Herbert Morrison, minister of home security, whether lie was aware that "in Wednesday's raids a considerable number of people who ran to tiie shelters for safety were unable to gel shelter by reason of the fact they were locked.'' Said Morrison: "The shelters were kept locked owing to scandalous misuse and damage by eiti- 7.C11S." He added that the health ministry was in a dilemma about locking the shelters. The wardens, he said, had keys to those locked bin it was a great problem tn gel shelters open when there was iit- tlc time between sirens and bombs. A special railroad test car detects and marks faults in the track. over which it passes. CAMPAIGN' FOR LESS NOISE BUENOS AIRES, (U.R--"Noise is noise at any time" is the slogan of newspapers urging a campaign for noise restriction. Municipal authorities have enforced rules which cut down night-time clrjnor by CO per cent, but have done nothing about daylight clatter. Eighty per cent of the day-noises could be eliminated, newspapers claim. t h r i f t , poetry, drama" social !iv- sicnc. youth, first aid. Buy Scouts. l)ool;s. wincfovv r l i ^ p l a v - hti^nitaN i S ' - H ·· ' - "" " ' o f -toad of a Girl Scouts, boys' clubs. Ihc rclai. trade, retail sjrocers. rctnil bal;crs. Ihc merchant marine, sailors, and Indians . . . honor your father, your mother. Gold Star mothers . . . support the Red Cross, child health. Negro health, (he deaf, rc- wcre dropped because the sponsors felt that the sometimes hidden commercial aspect of many campaigns would place a sli»raa on tiiosc devoted to higher goals. Today's opening event the d r u g chains" Large-Size Promotion, is frankly commercial, but nf practical value to the consumer. It suggests lhat buying .small quantities in drug stores is j u s t so much waste of money and, incidentally. o f _ packaging materials, labor and shipping space. For example. 12 tablels of one kind of aspirin cost ]'.! cents, but 100 tablets cost Sff tents, nnt a dollar, saving vou 4 t cents. There is a cleansing cream costing -17 cents for 4 ounces, but only SD cents [or 1C ounces, and a shaving cream priced at 25 cents for tiie small si7.c and 33 cents for twice its weight. You would waste 1 by buying a nine day supply certain v i t a m i n capsules in- 72 day supply. -Similar '. proportions between small and large size prevail [or many na- t i o n a l l y advertised "fair trade'' drug items, and beginning today, yon can find them listed on pocket savings tables as well as on ligious education. education, outdoor cleanliness . . . help in the ficht against cancer and tuberculosis. law. Some observances have become war cnsuollios .-"id others-, like Child Labor day t h i s y e a r . "Magic Slate" counter piece which will go on display in some 4,000 chain drug stores. Just spin the wheel and dial tile comparative package prices. · There is no longer a national j And if the drug chains asked appeal to respect your mother-in- i you to enroll the money thus saved into Ihc March of Dimes against i n f a n t i l e paralysis, this would be known as a publicist's tie-up.

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