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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 25, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                BONDS STOLEN ATLANTIC RECOVERED U OmiiniTirA in Whitny Trust company ot Rensselaer 5 Tkr T ohCURlTltS Ant SS SSUS o N orth Iowa NORTH IOWA SOLONS ftlCD A KTFN ruuk uu own SECURITIES DISCOVERED BY DETECTIVE MEN Transaction in Oklahoma Revealed Bonds of Other Banks TULSA Okla Jan 25 pal and foreign bonds valued at 000 reported stolen in bank robberies in Iowa Oliio and Illinois during last yeptomber have been recovered In Tulsa this week The recovery came is the result of an investigation by lo cal detectives and Oklahoma City and Tulsu operatives for the American Surety company of a transaction in volving a sand springs Okla oil op erator vhose name was not revealed and twD Tulsa banks According to Herbert D Mason at torney for the surety company the oil operator was given the bonds ag a sesture of good faith to binj a con imet with a man giving his name as Williams of Chicago The oil oper ator was absolved of complicity in the bartering of the stolen securities Tlie oil man posted of the inmds with a local bank as collateral for a SlSuoo loan to finance his part UL the contract Later when Williams lulled to produce additional money the operator was asked to dispose oC the remaining bonds at market prices The bonds were taken from the Whitney Trust company ot Rensselaei and the Stats bank of Atlantic Iowa and from the Federal Public Service corporation and the Ohio Quarries company of Cleveland Rural Schools Near Wesley Are Robbed WESLEY Jan schools taught by Mabel Kent Martha CInk and Catherine Eowns have recently been jobbed Stoves tables chairs and a radio set arc among stolen articles No clews have been obtained as to who the thief or thieves are Grain Marketing Change Would Be Farm Aid Iowa Dealers Told at Meeting FORT DODGE Jan 25 Eckerle of Minneapolis told the Iowa farmers grain dealers convention that Hoovers accession to the will changes in grain marketing methods which will go fur to improve farm conditions Martin Backer Funeral Rites Held at Dougherty DOUGHERTV Jan services were held Wednesday morn Ing for Martin Backer who died Mon day from flupneumonia The Rev J J Collins officiated Mr Backer leaves a and tour ittle girls besides a mother one brother and two sisters 3 North Iowa Counties Ask Sealed Bids Butler Chickasaw Howard Advertising for Materials According to the weekly letting re port of tlie state highway commission three North Iowa counties Butler Chickasaw and Howard will receive bids for materials Sealed bids will be received at tho office the county auditor Allison until p in Feb 1 for furnishing 60000 feet of standard sawed fir bridge lumber two cars of cypress piling and a Quantity of miscellaneous hardware Alternate bids will be re ceived on yellow pine creosoted lumber and piling Bidding blanks and addi ional information may be secured from R B Glrton county engineer Allison Sealed bids will be received at the office of county auditor New Hamp on until p m Feb 5 for furnish ing the following material 150000 of standard sawed or full sawed umber 3500 feet of treated yellow une or cypress piling 50000 feet of treated yellow pine lumber 3 500 feet of corrugated culvert pipe and a quan tity of miscellaneous hardware Bid ding blanks and additional Informa tion may be secured from F R Ly ford county engineer Now Hampton Sealed bids will ba received at the office of the county auditor Cresco until p m Feb 0 for furnishing four cars of standard sawed brldee lumber and 3380 feet of Piling Bid ling blanks and additional information may be secured from L L Lowrv county engineer Cresco Domestic Animal Fund Depleted at Allison ALLISON Jan asains the domestic animal fund amountin to for the year 192S wers bro before ths board of supervisors re ctntly These were for animals kille by dogs The revenue last year fron dog tax amounted to only which together with a balance carrlcc over leaves less than 53000 to paj claims with After reductions wer mad9 was allowed LAKE MILLS Jan Horn Furnishing club ot district numbe two was entertained at the home o Mrs Amanda Scinick Thursday attci noon Fifteen women were present Many types of home made ruga wer lemnnstrnteil by the local lenders For Your Old Furnace Will Be Allowed on the Purchase Price of a New LENNOX TORRID ZONE FURNACE If Your Order is Placed Before Feb 1st RAY E PAULEY HERE AND THERE Miscellaneous Briefs From the GlobeGazettes 100 Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota GUNDERSON OP WINNEBAGO Gunderson of Forest City is Gunderson of Forest City senator from the fortyfirst district which comprises Winnebago Worth and Mitchell counties Mrs Gnnder ion is a member of ths Legislative Ladies league At present Senator underson is pushing a 4cent easo ine license fee proposal which calls for a 3way split of the extra cities nniong towns townships and counties In the committee makeup announce ments made this week Senator Gun derson was included on the following Agriculture banks and banking build ing and loan child welfare drainage elections fish and game police regulations and sup pression ot intemperance VISITING AT COULTER Margaret Appleby here from Omaha for a several days istt with her parents Mr and Mrs ads Peterson and son Kenneth Ap leby and other relatives and friends PLYMOUTH WOMAN LEAVES Aura Cooper left rednesday evening for Rockford 111 or a visit with relatives WESLEY PERSONS ARRIVE has been received ere from Ben Felt and wue that they ached their destination at Rock edgc4 Fla Theso folls who have early reached the age of three score nd ten made the trip in their car nd report hard surfaced roads nearly all the way TRAINING AT ROWAN George Kysetli Clar ion is tiiiining the students of the Rowan si ol for declamatory contest to ue held the middle of Feb ENTKRTAINS AT AREDALE Sarah Hawver en tertained the W F M S at her home Wednesday afternoon VISIT COULTER PARENTS and Mrs Albert Sorensoir Pearl City II are visiting UB1TT MAN LEAVES John Paulson Sr left MORE HEAT from your fuel dollar Genuine Koppers Chicago Coke gives you greatest fuel value for every dollar expended You really burn all you buy for genuine Kbp pers Chicago Coke is all heatlittle waste furthermore it is clean and costs less to buy Only the best gradesof West Virginia and east ernKentuckycoals are used in its manufacture VSUP which drives off the smoke soot and other impuri wasteful as well as injurious to health What more would you wantof any fuel GUARANTEED We guarantee genuine Kopperg Chicago Coke ft a mat order does not convince you that It is to your advantage to heat your home with tnu ruel it is removed at our expense and your money refunded ana lowan Tells of Work in Quake Zone South American Temblor Disaster Visualized by Missionary 9WEA CITY Jan ing letter was received by Fred Hart zell a local man who has a eon tile Rev Frank Hartzell who Is a district superintendent of a missionary district in South America where the recent earthquake did ao much damage He writes as follows Everybody awakened out oC a sound sleep to find tile house rocking like a boat Wave like vibration rocked tho earth The trees bowed with eacli shock Stars and moon were in a white haze and there was a breathless stillness in tile air That was just tho beginning iince then we havo had 102 quakci Vhat a panic there was There was much Iiysteria amons the girls rooni ng near us from the church school ome fainting and others having ncr ous attacks Wo had our hands full rylnsr to calm them ia But just when we would get thera school will present aimed somewhat another quike ould come and start them afresh or 4S hours wo did not have our shoes ff and scarcely slept Shocks were ming frequently tho with less in nsity and wo tried to get the girls realize the worst Was passed But icre were all sorts oC rumors and redlctions that harder quakes weio como and people wero sleeping in i parks and out douS cared hale to death We had a hard me to quiet the girls We learned in a couplo of clays af er telegraph lines were working tlmt tho center of the movement was ICO miles north of us anil that several large cities had been almost entirely destroyed YOUR DEALER aly you with this superior fuel Dethe ask for it by full name CHICAGO BYPRODUCT COKE COMPANY fManufacturtn 3500 So Crawford Avenue Chicago OlJJ9CgPCCo Decorating Done Early Its a good idea to get your decorating dono early Its an even better idfia to let 113 fig ure on the job Our many years of experi ence together with our reasonable charges ns sure you complete sat isfaction Our spring wall papers are liere for you lo se lect from Full Line of Wallpapers and Quality Paints Manning Bros 31 East Stale Phone 930 Hie formers parents in Coulter Sorensou is employed at the Groat Western railway company as signal maintalner VISITING AT ROWAN Julius Goss St Paul is visiting at the home ot her mother Mrs Henry Reitz ana other relatives VISIT AT GRAFTON Ida Roberta and son ot Kansas City are visiting rela tives here for a few weeks ALGONA MAN TO LEAVE Harrington son of Mr and lira T P Harrington will leava for Tuscan Ariz whero he will attend college the rest the semes ter He attended the University of Iowa the forepart of this year KANAWHA WOMAN LEAVES Myrtle Mariner left Thursday for Garner where she vll visit her sister Mrs H A Peck From there she will leave the latter part of the week for California to make her future home Her slstei Mra Babcock lives in California NEW ROWAN OFFICERS new officers of th local P T A tire aa follows Miss Charlesworth Miss Llppert Mrs James Burt ana Mrs Earl Sellars VISITS AT MESERVEY and Mrs Henry Grosz are hosts to their son Frci Grojz Brock Saak Can GUESTS AT WESLEY school board mem bers and their wives together with the entire faculty were guests at a 6 oclock dinner Thursday evening given by the class In domestic science anc their instructor Miss Roe ILL AT CRYSTAL LAKE CRYSTAL McMahon Sr and his son Pete Jr hero are both stck at the present time with flu and pneumonia FAREWELL AT THORNTON farewell party will be given Friday night in ths M E zliurcii annex for the W A UcMerrltt amlly wrio expect to Teave soon for Missouri TO GIVE ROWAN PLAY faculty of the local nt Too Much Var nish a comedy at the high school auditorium Jan 29 and 30 MARBLE ROCK PERSONS AWAY MARBLE and Mrs Dahlen left Wednesday for a visit in Minneapolis IN POSSESSION AT WESLEY H Matlmhs Tl tonka nlio recently purchased the barber shop stock from L H Klein peter took possession this Mr and Mrs will occupy rooms In tho north part ot the R C Bauer residence AKEDALE INFANT DIES C months old son oC Mr and Mrs Robjrt Berry died Wednesday and funeral services and burial will be at Greene Friday fore G1RL AT CRYSTAL LAKE CRYSTAL girl was born to Mr and Mrs Henry Brower Wed nesday morning ROWAN WOMAN VISITING Esther Fowler Is visiting in Irlquoft S Dak at the home of her sister Mrs J I Drury FAREWELL AT TITONKA farewell party was given at the I O O F hall Wednes day evening for Mr and Mrs E L Hanson wlio leave this week for their new home In Swca City VISITS AT WESLEY A Drewelow who was former assistant cashier at the First National bank but now ot Omaha was a visitor here several days this week He is now connected with tho National Union Fire Insur ance company ENDS TITONKA VISIT Mrs CliiuIcs Ball Mon roe Wis returned to her home Tliuis day after spending 30 days at the home of her son Dr R C Ball and family ENTERTAIN AT MAUItLE ROCK JIARBLT3 and Mrs Tl F Risae entertained a party of friends at dinner Wednesday evening ENTERTAINED AT DItITT Social Art club was entertained at the home of Mrs E H Arnett Thursday afternoon A 5 oclock luncheon was served ENTERTAIN AT ALLISON arid Mrs Paul Bro derick entertained 14 ot their friends at a party at thalr home one night this week ROWAN RESIDENTS LEAVE and Chester MoeHerlng and family and Mr anil Mrs Edgar Manila and daughter Maxine left this week for Nashwauk Minn where they will visit at the F H Brooks homo Following their visit Mr Moellering will enter tho John Decro factory at Moline III for train ins before beginning his work as a tractor service man RETURNS TO MESERVEY Schllchtlnp re turned Thursday from the hospital at Mason City whero ho was confined nearly a week due to a minor oper ation WESLEY COACH OBTAINED i Opal BarehettMor risen of Algona lias been obtained by tho school board to coach the contest ants of the declamatory contest She will also coach contestants nt Ren k Lone llock n r eft Thursday noon for San Benita Tey whei9 he will spend the remainder of the winter Mr Paulson has spent the past several winters in Texas He visit8 at Oklailolm Citv for short TO BANQUET AT CRYSTAL LAKE CR1STAL LAKEA mothers and daughters banquet wit be given In the church dining room Friday night talks by some ot the mothers will be given and a supper will uo served by the Ladies Aid RETURNS TO 1IARRLE ROCK MARBLE Miss Mildvo Hull thas returned from Minneapolis where she was taking a nurses train mg course at the Eitel hospital REHEARSE AT WIIITTEMORE The public high school is rehearsing for a declamatory contest which will be held here at tlm Academy hall on Wednesday evening Jan 30 Mrs Walter Middleton Em metsbure is coaching the classes In Memphis a girl was arrested for trying to kiss a man Something lias to be done to protect the worlds fu ture La Crosse Trilmiie Oakville Man Has Large Duck Refuge OAKVILLE Jan 25 Allan Green of Oakville has been awarded a gold medal symbolic of the most out standing game conservation woric In eastern United Slates on his wild duck farm near here Mr Green began to befriend the e ducks about 10 years 050 He set aside 100 acres near a lake on his 7000 acre farm as a refuge The ducks that flock there now are estimated at 23 000 and their etmsln milling around keeps the lake from mazing Corn is added to their menu but for the their own feed from the fields It claimed Mr Green ia the first man who eversueceeded in holding mtgra tory birds in such larse numbers thru out the winter In below zero weather Maybe well Icso two congressmen ow which two would you pick ont to sacrifice without sacrificing too much tho interests of the Marslialltown TimesRepublican FLUGRIP Check before it starts Rub on inhale vapors Sterling Stands g Stands foQuality jf v Vt temite ELECTRIC AC RADIO A radio achieve ment One illu minated dial beautiful wood cabinet Uses 6 AC tubes and I rectifier tube Ameri cas greatest value FREE Demonstration in Your Hornet Your Dealer Batt Radio Electric Service 103 So Delaware Phone Out They Go ensation 117 PAIRS The Greatest Sensation Cleanup of of Our Best Selling Styles in Smart SHOES Others to 5435 ALL SIZES PUBLIC SALE Having decided to quit fanning I will sell the following at the John Senneff farm 6 miles northwest of Mason City 2 miles west of Freeman mile north of the Van JANUARY 29 COMMENCING PROMPTLY AT OCLOCK MACHINERY AND SMALT ARTICLES WILL BE SOLD BEFORE Shuts Hot Lunch at Noon 17 HEAD OF HORSES Span of bays mare and gelding 13 years old weight 3000 span of black mares S years old weight 3100 1 black mare in foal 13 years old weight 1500 1 black mare 10 years old weight 1500 1 black mare weight 1400 1 baygelding 9 years old weight 1200 1 bay gelding 8 years old weight 1600 1 gray gelding 8 years old weight 1600 1 gray gelding 8 years old weight 1600 1 black mare 4 years old weight 15aO 1 bay gelding 3 years old weight 1500 2 colts coming 2 years old3 colts coming 1 year old 19 Head of Top Notch Dairy Cows All T B Tested 7 Holsteins and 11 head of Shorthorns 1 Brown Swiss Most of these cows will fresh en shortly after sale date few head of Duroc Jersey feeding pigs White Leghorn pullets 1 African gander FARM MACHINERY 1 new 8 ft McCormick Deering grain binder 1 corn binder 1 McCormick Deering manure spreader nearly new 2 single row Moline cultivators 1 LaCrosse 2 row cul tivator 1 John Deere 2 row cultivator 1 Moline 13 in gang plow 1 P and 0 10 ft landcm tractor disc 1 8 ft horse disc 1 1 0 ft International horse disc 5 ft Deering mowers 1 Moline hay loader 1 Moline side delivery rake 1 hay rake 1 Moline corn planter with J20 rods of wire 1 3section iron drag 1 endgate seeder high wheeled wagon triple box 2 wide tired truck wagons 1 hay rack John Deere horse gas engine platform scales hot waterer hog chute tank heater Economy cream separator 380 gallon gas tanK sheller 4 sets harness several horse collars oil barrels feed grindstone push cart milk cans new scythe new crosscut saw 2 240egg Successful incubators like new other articles too numerous to mention GRAIN HAY 1000 bushels yellow corn 1000 bushels oats 700 bushels barley 20 tons timothy hay All household furniture including nearly new gray enameled Home Comfort range 4 burner Perfection oil slove amounts under cash over that amount 8 months time will be given on approved notes bearing 8 interest from date of sale No property to be removed until settled for GEORGE WILLIAMS Owner W J MURPHY Auctioneer SAVINGS BANK OP PLYMOUTH Clerk Ie x r Regular and Values in VELVET Only at Sterlings you have the opportunity to purchase such Stylish and Quality Shoes ag this sale affords All we suggest is that you come early and youll not be disappointed ALL HEELS for I e o ixtj ln tl A   

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