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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MAY 4 1936 TWENTY-ONE Get Your Moving Expenses by Selling the Used Furniture in Ads Below Death Notices 1 Money to Loan POWELL, Mrs. S. C., 68, died at her home on Twelfth street northeast Saturday morning following an illness. Funeral services will be held at the Randall funeral home Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, with 'the Rev. Mr. Kern, pastor of the Baptist church of Osage in charge. The Randall funeral home in charge. SCHRIVER, Walter Earl, 48, died at a. state hospital Sunday evening following a. long illness. Funeral services will be held at the McAuley funeral home Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Burial will be at Memorial Park cemetery. The McAuley funeral home in charge. Card of Thanks We desire to express our gratitude and appreciation to our former neighbors of the Plymouth community and to all our friends for kindnesses extended at the time of our bereavement. The Family of Edward C. Behnke. HANLONTOWN: In our hour of sorrow we are still mindful of the many deeds of kindness shown us and the words of comfort and sympathy spoken. Especially do we wish to thank the Rev. H. E. Okland, the quartet for the songs and to all who contributed to the floral offerings. We also wish to thank the neighbors for their kindness and assistance. Mrs. Minnie Strandquist and Children. In Memoriam A2 'Tis hard to break the tender cord When love has bound the heart, 'Tis hard, so hard, to speak th words: "We must forever part." Dearest loved one, we have placei thee In the peaceful grave's embrace But thy memory will be cherished 'Til we see thy heavenly face. Bessie Bayless and Children. REFINANCE YOUR CAR If your payments are too high, let us show you a simple easy way we can reduce them. No outside signers. All dealings private. If you need money for any purpose SEE United Financial' Service 8 First St. N. W. Phone 1414 Get MONEY Here Just tell us amount you want --and take the Money with you. South dime store, 2nd floor. HUMPHREY COMPANY INVESTIGATE Our Lowest Rates If you need money for bills or an emergency, we can help you. Industrial Credit Corp. Seeds, Feeds 28 WE STILL HAVE good early yellow Dakota corn at $3.50, shelled and graded. Next week we will have some white corn, extra strong germination. PHONE 408W R. H. HOLT One-half mile north of H v S., Clear Lake Business Opportunities 29 DISTRICT Manager with car, oil station route. No experience required, Instruction given. $50 weekly to start and expense allowance. $1250 cash capital required: Address Manufacturer. Write K-4, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--New popcorn machine. Will sell at a bargain. Terms. Write K-2 Globe-Gazette. FOR RENT--Large store bldg. in Ventura. Opportunity for drug stock. None in town. Georgia Washburn. Help Wanted, Female 31 Over Penney's Phone 1521 MONEY For All Purposes. We make cash loans up to 5300 on your auto, furniture, etc. Cars refinanced and payments reduced. HOME LOAN AND FINANCE CO. 204 Foresters Bldg. Real Estate Loans AS ADDRESS ENVELOPES, dignified sparetime work. $5 to $15 weekly commission. Experience unnecessary. Stamp brings details. Employment Manager, Dept. 4877, Box 75, Hammond, Ind. GIRL for general housework. Must like children. 531 Sth S. E. WANTED--Girl for housework on farm. Ph. 24F12. WANT--Girl for hswk. 4 N. Jeff. WANT--Lady for hswk. 516 N. Del. WANTED--Girl for gen. work. 13 10th N. W. house- WANTED--Exp. maid. Ph. 2841. Funeral Directors McAULEY Funeral Home -- Com plete service day and night 8 S Adama Phone 651. MEYER Funeral Home--Depend' able service. 126 Third St N, E Phone 1S05. PATTERSON Funeral Home -- A service for those who care. Am bulance. 322 K, Wash., Phone 1140 RANDALL Funeral Home--Ambulance service. 104 3rd St. N. E Ph. 511 C. E. Snipps. H. B. Major Cemeteries A3 MEMORIAL PARK--"The Cemetery Beautiful." Perpetual main tenance. Office 612, L O.F. Bldg Ph. 172 or 1S27J. G. M. Woodruff Florists NOTHING adds as mucn to the beauty of your home as suitable landscaping. Estimates cheerfully given. Ph. Kembles, 55. Personals FREE--Stomach ulcers, gas pains, indigestion relieved quickly. Get free sample doctor's prescription. Udga at Michael Drug Co. FREE WALLPAPER!--Ceiling free with every room of sidewall and border you.buy. Hurry! We sell for less. Star Wallpaper and Paint Co FREE! Celling papers FREE! Make your selection from 390 wallpaper patterns. Compare! Ralph S. Shepherd Paint Paper. 16 First St. S. E. Opp. Chapman's. Lost and Found LOST--Tan male police dog. Call 3505. Reward. LOST--Yellow Persian cat Sunday^ Reward. Ph. 412. LOST--Truck tire on 107 south Clear Lake. M. C. Oil Co., 320 S. Fed. Reward. Money to Loan 8 Quick - Cash - Loans $30 to $300 FURNITURE LOANS DIAMOND LOANS AUTO LOANS SALARY LOANS North Iowa's Oldest Company SECURITY LOAN CO 321 First .National Bank Ph. 412 INSURANCE COMPANY MONEY to loan on farms at 5%. Special choice loans at City home and business property loans at 5%. Reasonable commission. Call on F. A. ONTJES Foresters B'.dg., Mason City, Iowa Property Owners--Attention! IB your mortgage duel Do you expect to buy a property? Are you solnc to build? Consult ua auout our low rate mortgage loans on Ilrst class residence* and business properties in Mason city, E. W. Clark Co. 204 Foresters Bldg. MORTGAGE LOANS ON North Iowa Farms--4%%--5% Mason City Real Estate--5%--6% Prompt Service--Small Expense Choice Mortgages for sale. . HUGH H. SHEPARD 502-508 Foresters Bldg. Phone 284 Mason City, Iowa - Optometrists A15 GLASSES--If your eyes are failing see_Dr. Knutson, Opt., Weir Bldg., and get the best i?i optical service. Beauty Parlors 16 FERMANENTS--$1.50 to 52.50, complete. Shampoo, finger wave, SOc. LeModerne Beauty Studio, 212 N. Fed. Phone 3011. WANTED--Girl for hswk. Must be exp. with babies. Good wages. 932 N. Monroe. WANTED--Exp. girl for gen. housework. Ph. 642, Clear Lake. Help Wanted, Male 32 Swap Service SWAP--Radio, dresses and blouse for good neutral colored. 9x1 rag. Write XX-4, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--24" threshing machine fo brood sows or sheep. Write JJ-4 Globe-Gazette. SWAP--J. D. fertilizer attachmen for sheep, calves or grain. Writ JJ-1, Globe-Gazette. Three times or less offering a "SWAP" costs nothing. The ai must have a Globe-Gazette "key 1 number and the advertiser will p*y 10 cents for each reply. Replies are to be called for at the Want counter. For every line over 3 lines besides 10 cents for each answer regular rates will be charged. Business Locations 39 FOR RENT--Store building. 508 Is S. W. $25 month. Ph. 2067. FOR RENT--Desirable business o office space. Everything furn. J F. Garvey. Ph. 158. Rooms For Rent FOR RENT--Slpg. rm., close in Girl preferred. Ph. 4035. FOR RENT--Hskpg. rm. 20 4 N. W FOR RENT--Two rurn. light hskpg rms. 1502 S. Del. Ph. 2538W. FOR RENT--Mod. slpg. rrn. for nurse or business girl, close in Ph. 4284. FOR RENT--Mod. hskpg. rms. Cal evenings, 1641 N. Wash. Apts. for Rent 45 FOR RENT--Nicely furn., close in, 2 or 3 rm. apt. Gas, lights, refrig. Phone furn. Ph. 2243. FOR RENT--3 rm. apt. Ph. 441. FOR RENT--1 or 2 rm. furn. light _ j hskpg. apts., close in. 103 2 SW. GROUNDFLOOR OPPORTUNITY --Several choice territories open now or Kidder's new lubricant, Koatsal, makes cars run faster, smoother, longer. Saves gas and oil. Acclaimed by scientific authorities. Rush'season starting. Write quick. Joseph K. Kidder, Crosse, Wis. president, La- WANTED--Exp. single man on farm by mo. 22F14, Clear Lake. HOW WOULD You like to own a coffee agency netting you up to $60 a week. I'll send everything you need on 30-day, no-money-risk trial. Automobile given if you qualify. Details free. Albert Mills, 154 Monmouth, Cincinnati, Ohio. FOR RENT--Mod. 5 rm. 1st floor apt. 304 N. Mad. FOR RENT--Mod. apts. Ph. 2989. FOR RENT--Unfurn. apts. 1906J. FOR RENT--Furn. 3 rm. apt. 116 17 S. E. FOR RENT--Partly mod. apt. newly decorated, downstairs, 4 rm., 512, 3 rm., $10; upstairs, 3 rm. $9. Sam Raizes. FOR RENT--Very desirable 5 rm. unfurn. apt. Ph. 2154. FOR APARTMENTS see J . B. Youngblood. Youngblood Bldg. Seeds, Feeds 28 SEED CORN For Sale--White or Yellow eatt sorted and ear tested. Guaranteed high germination. Treated against mold. Shelled and graded. This corn was all grown in 1935 in Hancock and Kossuth Counties and is especially adapted to all of North Iowa. Also some 1935--931 Hi-bred and 1935 Minn. 13, grown in Martin county, Minn. !ood stock of' Mukden soy bean seed. Lewis and Mullins Farm Equipment and Supply 107 Sth S. E. Mason City, Iowa. MAN OR WOMAN Wanted to handle distribution of famous Wat kins Products in Clear Lake, selling and serving hundreds of satisfiec customers. Excellent opportunity for rig-ht party. No investment. Write J. R. Watkins Co., D-61, Winona, Minn. FOR RENT--3 rm. unfurn. apt. Pri bath, large living rm. 644 E. State. WANTED--Single man on farm. Write D-4, Globe-Gazette. Situation Wanted 33 FEDERAL Corporation automobile financing. 309 First National Bank Building. Ph. 516. L O A N S Up to $300.00 Anywhere in North Iowa. On furniture, autos, diamonds, livestock, machinery and other personal Property. Prompt, private, courteous Service Always. See, phone or write us for Free Information For loans to finance spring needs. C.L Pine Loan Company Diagonally Opposite 1st Natl' Bank. 204 Weir Bldg., Mason City, Iowa. MONEY TO LOAN on Mason City home. Alliance Investment Co Phone 849. SEED POTATOES COBBLER seed potatoes, per bag 98c EARLY OHIO, genuine Red ' River grown, large size, per bag $1.66 ; REEN MT., northern grown, per bag 51.96 CING'S, fancy seed S2 18 WEET CORN SEED, Golden Bantam, 2 Ibs. .. 25c 3 OP CORN SEED, several varieties. iNION SETS, 3 Ibs. .. 10c 'NION PLANTS, 600 25c CABBAGE PLANTS, 10o"!!"s5c Ml kinds of Flower Plants, Tomato- Plants, Celery Plants, etc. EARLS FRUIT MARKET 1603 So. Fed. POSITION WANTED by man exp. in auditing, accounting, bookkeeping, A-l ref. Write 0-2, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Livestock trucking to Chicago. Sell on open market and receive highest prices. We haul to Chicago twice a week. Special rates all this summer. Any size consignment accepted. All loads fully insured. Penaluna Transfer, Hampton, Iowa. Ph. 22J. Eddie Jones. Ph. 469, Hampton. Services Offered A3 3 WANTED--Custom plowing. Inquire 2 mi. west on Highway IS. Louis Kotz, Rt. 5, City. MAN Wants job driving truck or other work by hour or day. 423 S. Polk. DEGEN Floor Service, laying, sanding old floors. Made like new. 116 S. Monroe. Ph. 1672. FOR SALE--Golden Bantam sweet corn seed, lOc Ib. Oscar Olson Clear Lake. Ph. 12F21. FOR SALE--300 bu. soy beans A. No. 1 for seed, all or any part, located in New Hampton, Iowa. Write S-30, Globe-Gazette. MOWER work. H. W. Hathorn. FOR expert lawn work. Ph. 3731J. RMS. Papered, $1.50 up. Ph. 2163W. Salesmen 35 WANTED--Seed salesmen with car. Liberal commission. Wiite box 424, Mason City. FOR RENT--3 rm. mod. front apt. Overstuffed furn. 712 N. Mad. FOR RENT--North snore cottage, furnace, bath. Reas. for season; 5 rm. apt, .?13; o.rrn. apt., $15. Small store building, $S. Geo. Van Every. Ph. 3983. FOR RENT--Furn. apt. Ph. 2403J. FOR RENT--Furn. rms. 325 S. Penn. light hskpg. For Rent--2 rm. apt. 718 S. Penn. FOR RENT Strictly modern first floor small apartment. Fireplace, n e w bath, kitchen in green and ivory --sink and stove in color. Frigi- dair and hot water. 672 EAST STATE. Autos for Sale 79 We offer you the opportunity to buy dependable transportation at fair prices and in addition give you a TWO DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE 2--1931 ESSEX'--1 Coach and 1 Sedan. Extra good. $85.00 down. 2--1930 PACKARD SEDANS, 1 CLUB SEDAN. These cars were both used here in Mason City and are good buys. $100.00 down. 1--192s ALL AMERICAN OAKLAND. Original finish. Good rubber. One owner. S75.00 down. Balance in 12 months. 1--1930 ESSEX COUPE. 1 owner. Real good, only 5135.00. 1931 PONTIAC COUPE. Rumble seat. Good rubber. $100.00 down, ?17.50 per month. 1--1930 DB SOTO SEDAN. Black. Good rubber. Real clean. .$100.00 down and balance easy payments. Good Fords, Chevrolets, Pontiacs and Plymouths. It costs nothing to look and we invite you to compare values. BUY WITH CONFIDENCE FROM 202 First St. S. E. Phone 922 24 First St. N. E. HERE GO EIGHT MORE GOOD CARS BACKED BY MARSTON 1930 DODGE BROUGHAM. Very clean. 1930 CHEVROLET COACH. Black, cream wire wheels. 1931 AUBURN SEDAN. Very sporty and like new. 1934 PLYMOUTH COUPE. Black job--extra nice. 1932 DODGE S E D A N--A very clean D. L. 1930 FORD MODEL A. One of the better ones. 1931 PLYMOUTH SEDAN. Exceptional value. 1929 MODEL A. COUPE. Very clean, with rumble seat. J. H. MARSTON Vj BLOCK EAST OF HANFORD HOTEL Houses For Sale 47 FOR SALE--A No. 1 ?. bedroom, all modern house, garage. Call 1996 after 2:30 p. m. or phone 2729. FOR SALE--Brick bungalow. 999. Sole or Rent A47 FOR SALE OR RENT--May 1st. Strictly modern seven room house at 302 12th-St. S. E., Mason City. Hf. E. Freeman, owner. Clear Lake. FOR SALE--S rm. mod. house, easy payments. 6th PI. S. E. Ph. 1830. FOR SALE OR RENT--7 rm. mod. home. Call at 532 6 S. E. Foods ASS APPLES Fancy Winesaps, per basket . .$1.39 6 pounds 25c Potatoes, good cooking per peck 19c Potatoes, fancy, per peck ....29c Pop Corn, sure pop, 3 Ibs. 25c Lemons, each Ic Oranges, per dozen 15c EARLS FRUIT MKT. 1 1603 South Federal. Nursery Stock Acreages A48 FOR SALE--2 acres nearby village, real bargain; 4 acres close in, improved, a bargain; 5 acres, close in, splendid house, a buy; 6 acres close in, 6 rm. house, a buy. W. L. Patton, 109 E. State. Farms For Sale 50 FOR FARM BARGAINS See T W. Gilpin, Northwood, Iowa. Buy This Farm 160 acres on paving, close to Mason City. Well improved. All tiled Modern house. Easy terms. Beck Bros. Co. Farm Machinery 51 FOR SALE -- Aultman - Taylor threshing machine, 2S in. cylinder. See Wm. Fritsch, Garner, Iowa. MELOTTE USERS -- Our factory trained expert will rebuild your ilelotte to skim like new. Parts at mail order prices. Complete stock f parts at all times. Famous new Stainless Steel Melotte at special jrices and terms; also rebuilt separators at bargains. Write, phone or all at Tatum Hdwe., Nora Springs. Livestock For Sale 52 57 STRAWBERRY and RASPBERRY PLANTS State Certified--Freshly Dug Dunian strarwberry, per 100 S5c Gem or Mastodan evcrbcai-inp. per 100, Sl.SO Wayzota everbearing, per 100 s-1.2.') Latham and Chief raspberry, per IcO. S'J..7J Cumberland or Logan hik, caps, per 100. S3 WALROD GARDENS Clear Lake FOR SALE--75' hedge 225 20 SE. FOR SALE--Iris, 15c doz., 2 for 25c. 616 9th N. W. Musical Instruments 58 FOR SALE--Schiler piano, antique marble top dresser and commode, dining table and 5 chairs, glass jars, etc. 117 S S. W. FOR SALE--Good professional tenor banjo; 10 tube all wave Crosley radio. Call eve'gs, 1301 N. Pres, TUBES TESTED FREE! New Philco tubes will improve any radio. Type 26--15c Type 27--49c Type 56--9c Type 47--69c Type SO--45c Type 45--49c Type 24--69c Type 39-44--69c PEOPLES GAS ELEC. CO. Wanted to Buy 75 WANTED--Used furniture. Joe Goss. 212 South Federal. Ph. 942. HIGHEST Prices paid tor killer horses. Ph. 2731R2. WANTED--Used furniture, stoves. Graham's. 204 S. Fed. Ph. 301. Wonted Misc. A75 WANTED cattle to pasture. Dale Sanford, R. 2, Nora Springs. WANTED--Cattle for pasture. Running water. W. Z. Dutton. Ph 26F4. Wanted to Borrow 77 WANTED--To borrow ?2,600 on new, ideally located bungalow from private party. Must be reasonable. Write H-2, Globe-Gazette. Autos for Sole 79 WE BUY AND SELL USED CARS Regular gasoline, 16c a gallon Motor oil, 40c a gallon. Ford, model T, sedan $27.50 422 North Monroe Phone 409 SEE GEORGE TATUM --at-Fairgrounds Market WAGNER MOTOR and J. H. MARSTON Â· Have A big bunch of used car bargains. In the big white building on 19th St. FORD 1929 tuiJor. Good tires. New battery. Motor good. $50 down, $2.50 per week. FOLSOM AUTO CO. 722 S. Fed. Ave. UNDOUBTEDLY WE HAVE THE LARGEST SELECTION OF CARS TO CHOOSE FROM And by this statement we don't just mean number of cars but cars ready to drive and give you owner satisfaction. It won't cost you anything to investigate this statement. Will We See You Today or Tonight? REMEMBER THE PLACE S R CHEV. CO. "North Iowa's Leading Used Car Dealer" Auto Truck 80 plaintiff and amendments thereto, a- manditig Judgment for the sum of jl.OQO.ou and Interest, for and on account ot a irrin- citKiI note of 51)50.00 and Interest note or. S28.5Q Klven by Maud M, Haverly and l''rrl C. Hverly to Tim First National Compiiny. which notes were transferred to n l a f n t i f t ; and askin K for the foreclosure of a mortgage securing said notes on Lot Eleven (11) In Block Four ( 1 ) , In College Addition to Mason City, Jowa. and for attorney fee* and costs, and for tho appointment of a Receiver. For particulars ace petition and amendments on file. No personal Judgment: is asked against any defendants except Kred U. Haverly but the foreclosure of the mortgage Is asked against all of the defendants AND UNLESS you appear and defend on or before noon of the second day of tlm Juno 190C Term or the District Court of Cerro Cordo County. Iowa, which convenes at the Court Hou.se In Mason City io\va on the Sth day of June. A. D. 1930. default, will be entered against you mid Judgment and decree rendered as prayed, Including the appointment of * Receiver Von ;iro further notified that jou may appear at trm lime and place set forth in the (orcRoine notice and file application for continuaucft of said cause to ACarch 1st. 1937 Dated this 13th day or April. ,\ D 1338 SENNEFF. BUSS SENNEFF. Attorneys for plaintiff. URGES SENATE 'SPYING' PROBE Senator Bone Airs Reports of Government Bureau Espionage. WASHINGTON, (.T)--A senate, investigation of charges of "spying- and general all around espionage" by "so-called undercover men employed by some government departments" was suggested i n the. senate Monday by Senator Bone (D., Wash.) The Washington senator read a statement before the senate which said: "My attention has been directed to an article recently appearing in one of the local papers which condemns certain alleged practices of so-called undercover men employed by some government departme'nts and who are charged with a low form of spying and general all- round espionage. "I have been advised of at least one such instance, which seeined an utterly indefensible tase of this very thing. I am concerned over the fact that such practices may exist. If they are not checked by the salutary force of public opinion they might readily lend themselves to the most odious form of oppression and coercion and easily become the basis of what might amount to political blackmail, x x x " FOR SALE--Chevrolet truck, perfect condition. 501 North Federal FOR SALE truck and wagon scale. Stanley Ruggles, Rockford, la. FOR SALE -- 1930 Ford pickup. Must be sold, S100. Lapiners Motor Co. Offices For Rent 63 FOR RENT--Store in Rasmuasen bldg. Inquire Peters restaurant. Hear Lake. FOR SALE--Guernsey bull, serviceable age. J. N. Weir, Clear Lake. FOR RENT--Moderately priced office rooms. Sec J. B. Youngblood, Youngblood Bldg. FOR RENT--Choicely furn. 2 or 3 rm. apt. E!ec. refrig. Close in. Ph 2657. Houses for Rent 46 For Rent--4 rm. house. 336 24 SW. FOR RENT--Strictly mod. small house. Ph. 441. FOR RENT--8 rm. mod. house, $20: 6 rm. 518; 7 rm., $25; 5 rm.-, 3 lots $12. Kehm Land Co., Ph. 827. FOR RENT--Mod. Grand View 2 bedroom bungalow, garage. Located 112 S. Rhode lalandv Romey Realty. Ph. 584 or 2717W. Eve. FOR SALE--2 year old roan Shorthorn bull, Glen Reindl, Manly. FOR SALE -- Black gelding, wt. 1,500, S yrs. old, reas. Apply residence, 414 N. Georgia. FOR SALE--14 mo. old Holstein bull ana soy bean seed. Wm. Poppen, Mason City, Rt. 3. FOR SALE--Pair of mares, wt. 1200; 1 heavy with foal and 1 1600 Ib. 10 yr. old gelding. W. C. Reckard, Nora Springs. FOR RENT--5 rm. bungalow. 2477. FOR RENT--Houses. 0. J. Mott. FOR RENT--House, 434 5 SW $12. Cottages A46 WANTED SALESMAN To sell plowshare attachments to dealers and farmers in this and adjoining counties. Salary and commission. Must have car. PHONE ROOM 745, Hanford Hotel for interview. FOR RENT -- By season, Outlet Park. See Mrs. L. W. Sherman, 109 South St., Clear Lake. EXP. Salesmen to call and establish accounts. Bond required. Good earnings. Superior Systems, 109 S. Del. or write Bo- 143. Seed Corn For Sale Early yellow. Ear tested. Grown in Cerro Gprdo county. Guaranteed germination on every bushel. $2 bushel and up. A. CHALUPNICK, 9 South Monroe, Mason City, Iowa. BUY HOLT'S tested sweet corn at Farmers' Elevator, Clear Lake. FOR SALE -- Alfalfa or wild hay near Ventura, Clear Lake or Grant Center. Inquire Clear Lake office or Erwin Owen. Agents 36 HAVE SOME vacant territory left for a good live distributor for Alt-Bran and La X club beer. Write Geo. Kunz Co., La Crosse, Wis. Instruction 37 RELIABLE men to take up air conditioning and electric refrigeration. Prefer men now employed and mechanically inclined, with fair education and willing to train spare time to become experts in installation and sen-ice work. Write giving age, phone, present occupation. Utilities Eng. Inst., S-4, Globe-Gazette. FOR RENT--Close in cottages. Priced reasonable. Mrs. D. H. Campbell, Clear Lake. Houses For Sate 47 AUCTION SALE OF RESIDENCE PROPERTY Home of the late Isabella McCasiin, at Clear Lake. Wednesday, May 6, 2 o'clock. H. N. Halvorson Executor FOR SALE--5 rm. bungalow. Must sell. Terms. 7 rms., barn, chicken house, fruit, N. W., $1350; 5 rms., SE, S1550; 4 rms., NW. mod.. $1800. Geo. Van Every. Ph. 3983. FOR SALE--New bungalow in Highlands. Small down payment, balance like rent. Phon e 2667. FOR SALE--Small house, garage. Possession now. Guild, Ph. 867. FOR SALE--Poland China brood sows, vaccinated. H. R. Froning, Sheffield, Iowa. Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 FOR SALE--Fed. wirehair terriers. Reas. 912 4th S. W. Ph. 3956. Misc. For Sole 55 FOR SALE--1 root beer barrel, 8 ft. show case and small household ice box. Ph. 2064. FOR SALE--Best black dirt delivered. Ph. 541. FOR SALE--Good bldg. for brooder house. 1020 N. Del. FOR SALE--Mechanic's toools, cheap. Pick out what vou need. 322 12 St. N. W. FOR SALE Ice Cream Counter Freezer, nearly new, standard make, plenty of capacity--including mfg. supplies of fruits, flavors, extracts and cans. WRITE A-2, Care Globe-Gazette. Real Estate 66 LIST Your home for sale with J. B. Youngblood. Youngblood Bldg. Garage For Rent 68 FOR RENT--Brick garage, 50x120. Sam Raizes. Wearing Apparel 70 For Sale--New banquet dress. 4011. Household Goods 73 FOR SALE--New raincoats, $6.50 value, now $2; new bake ovens, 69c; leather coats, 39c and up; new gasoline pressure stoves at 40% discount for cash. Many other bargains. B. O Exch. Have You Seen The display of lighting fixtures at the Peoples Gas Electric Co.? All fixtures have been reduced. Up to $3 allowance for your old living room and dining room fixtures. Easy terms. Peoples Gas Elec. Co. NEW AND USED FURNITURE consisting of dining, bedroom, living and kitchen suites. Stoves and con- goleum rugs. All our new furniture is factory samples with a big reduction in price. Come and look them over at Robbins Fum. Store, 410 S. Fed. FOR SALE--Furn. 336 24 S. W. Poultry, Eggs FOR SALE--16 foot motorboat. Cheap. 146 15th St. N. W. FOR SALE -- Gravity dump box, $20. Call 920 9th S. E. FOR SALE--Kozy Kar baby buggy, A-l cond., Sll. Ph. 3604. 1,000 Started Chix Day old chix each Tuesday, Friday. Custom hatching $15 per 1,000 eggs. Mason City Hatchery Auto Accessories 82 FOR SALE--4.50x21 and 4.75x19 used tires, $1 and up. City Tire and Battery. 118 S. Del. Man Seriously Hurt and Girl Injured in Mechanicsville Crash CEDAR RAPIDS, f..pÂ»--LeRoy Fay. 29, of Iowa City suffered a fractured neck, outs and bruises on I his head and Miss Mildred Johnson, 21, of Low Moor, was cut on the head and knees in a headon automobile collision one-half mile east of Mechanicsville on highway 30 Sunday evening. Fay's condition was reported serious at a local hospital. He was riding with J. W. Willard of Iowa City, who suffered bruises. Miss Johnson, who was also brought to a hospital here, was riding with John Darrow and Eleanor Pottrac, both of Chicago. Darrow was driving. Lodges and Societies I. 0. 0. F. LODGE NO. 224 . STATE PHONES :1MW-2UM J. 0. ROBINSON, N. U. Ph.' 825 WATMAN CLOSSON Rec. Sec'y. 3-167. H. J. PINE. Fin. Sec'y, LOYAI. ORDER OF MOOSE MOOSE -HAH--2ND AND S. FEDERAL Phone 1278 Meets Ilrst and third 'rues- Jays ut each month. Every 4th Tuesday ts family nlKht. A. C. CLARK. Dictator. 151-1 N. Mad. WILLIAM GROTH, Sec'y. Phone 1278 BENEVOLENCE LODOE NO. 145 A. F. AND 4. M.--1:30 V. M. Stated communication first Thursday of each monUi, G. L WOOD. W. M. C. P. SHIPLEY. Sec'y. HARDING LODGE NO. W!l A. J?. AffD 4. M. 7:30 T. .11. Stated meeting first Friday of each month. L. L. RAYMOND. W. M. C. C. HALPHIDE, Sec'y. ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF A5IER1CA MOOSE IIAIX CanjiÂ» meets 2nd and 4 Thursday. 7;3(l P. M. Club meets 1st and 3rd Thursdays. 2 P. M. MARGARET JOHNSON. Oracle. MAY BUDWORTH. Rec. Phone 1372W Officers Elected by Plumbers of Iowa WATERLOO, (J)--T. M. Woodruff, Waterloo, was re-elected president of the Iowa State association of Journeyman Plumbers and Steam- fitters at its annual meeting here. Frank Martin, Davenport, was reelected first vice president; William Morrow, Des Moines, was electee! second vice president, and David Williams, Cedar Rapids, was re-elected secretary-treasurer. QUEEN REBEKAU LODGE NO. 100 I. 0. O. F, HALL--S 1', M. SIccUriKg every lirst and third Friday of month. Mrs. R. E. Kolwinska. Chairman serving committee, MRS. WAVMAiN ULOSSON. N. U. 3107. MRS. WIN NUTTING, R. S. S36W. MRS. R. E. KOLWINSKA, F. S. 14SSJ. LEGAL NOTICE ORIGINAL NOTICE Wonted to Buy 75 WANTED--To buy usod bench vise and clean rags. Ph. S2S-1. FOR SALE--Trailer, 4 wheel. 2 new tires, perfect cond. Good one. Quick sale. Sin. chas. Gilbert 24-A 1 S. E. Ph. 1006. WANT--Corner sink. Ph. 4095-W. HIGHEST Cash prices paid tor old gold jewelry, watch cases, dental scraps, etc. Blanchard Jewelry. -urt or Irnvn in and fur mty, June Term, A. D. In (ht District ( Cerro Gordrt Ci lilM. John Tobin. Plaintiff, vs. Fred C. Haverly. Mrs. ITra 0. Haverly, Lchr Haverly. L. P. Tank. Rosa Tank. 1). H. Van Kirk, doinR business ns Van Kirk Coal Company. Irwin Cannon. .Mrs. Irwin Cannon. Emerson Cannon. Kuth Junort and Louis Junotl, Defendants TO THE DEFENDANTS ABOVE N A M E D : Vou and each of you are hereby notified that there is now on f l i c in the o f f i c e of HIP Clerk or the nittrict Court ot Cerro Gorclo County, l(,Â«a. Uir p e t i t i o n oi the AUNTMET By Robert Quillen "I knew Cousin Jim would vote for that ignorant blowhard. I've always noticed that men vote for the candidate that's most like them."