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Mason City, Iowa
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, J U L Y 10 0 1935 SEVENTEEN I M A o v l i \sl 1 I M l.JV/- 1 * 1 ^ *·*·** /JILI · * · * · * - * * ' v i^WM - . . . - ' . _ . _ . . - · - ~ Now Is the Time to Buy Farm Bargains Such as Listed on Want Ad Page ^^^T " Money to Loan 8 ^^\. Q J^^J^ ^^J!^!!!^L! 0 J! ~ -- - Auto for Sale 79 ^ , CT^^^^SD ~"irS TUl ' ~" LAWN Mowers sharpened, wringer FOR SALE--Good Investment mod, l ^ X^g . ^®^2^ Mnrtaam MOneV rolls for every machine. Saw Shop, bung,, Forest Park. Water soft- ,, V*.- X -- I _ l~ i^t^sJ . '//"/ «^_ Classified Advertising Information Fifteen cents a line II"' Insertion. Ten cents a line for each consecutive subsequent insertion. (Count live average words to the line). Seven Insertions am given (or the price "'CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ADVERTISING 70 cents per coi'imn inch each insertion. A dlwraunt o( 15 per cent will be alloived on jil -la^sitl-'d fidvcrlipcmenlg pakl for at the time ot insertion or not later than 5 days thcrcatter, No credit extended 'or eln.isitlcd advertising it there is an account thirty days old or more. · '· ...1 out-of-toivn ads are pjynble in ad *A11 'refunds on "'ant Ads must tie called Jo r u-ithin 30 days ot the cancellation date aH the order. Minimum charge for single advertisement, 25 cents. Answer to "blind" advertisements must be addressed to the letter stated In the ad., care of tbe Globe-Gazette, Under no circumstances will the Glohe-uazette reveal the name 01 those Inscrtlne "blind" advertise, mcnts. PHONE 3800 between 3 a. m. and i p. m. and ask for the Ad Taker. Money to Loan Mortgage Money available for loans on Mason City residence properties. Construction or refinancing loans. Good terms. E. W. Clark Co. 204 Forester's Bldg. MONEY TO LOAN on Mason City home. Alliance Investment Co. Phone 849. PERSONAL LOANS Our business-like loan plan gets you cash on your car or furniture quickly and privately. Home Loan Finance COMPANY 204 Foresters Bldg. INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications are numbered according to the position In which they appear In the section. 5 LOAN P L A N S 1 on furniture 2 on autos 3 on diamonds 4 on salary 5 on personal signature 20 REPAYMENT PLANS Reduced Rates North loiva's Oldest Loan Company SECURITY LOAN CO. 321 1st Natl. Bk. Phone 412 Mowers sharpened. H. W. Hathoru. BED BUGS Roaches, Moths, Exterminated. Guaranteed. Free Est. MACKET'S Phone 78'i 228 S. Fed. Salesmen 35 SALESMAN WANTED--New ami used car salesmen wanted nt once. Jewel Motors Inc., Phone 81. WANT--Auto service and salesman, age 20 to 26. State experience. Reply in own handwriting-. Write K-9, Globe-Gazette. Swap Service 38 SWAP--Small North Iowa farm, clear for 22 in. separator. Write RR-10 Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Male rat terrier pup. S mos. old for boy's bicycle. Write XX-9, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--Good investment mod. bung., Forest Park. Water softener, fireplace, elec. retrig., double garage, hot water heat, completely furn., $4,600. Write P. O. Box 713. FOR SALE--?SOO for 5 rm. mod. year round home, Camp Grounds, Clear Lake. Inq. at light house station. FOR SALE -- 52,000 bungalow, mod., surely a great buy. See it. W. L. Patton, 109 E. State. Acreages A48 FOR RENT--Acreage 5 acres imp. well located on carline. Gas and lights. Beck Bros. Ph. 134. Farms for Sale 50 16(1 A. IMPROVED FARM (iood neighborhood. Good crop. $6,400. 80 A. Is'lre level land. No buildings Gravel road. 3 mi. to town. ¥2,400. If You Are Interested in a BETTER U SED CAR Watch Our Lot Friday, Saturday and Suinday 185 A. Good house and barn. 10 ml. to Mason City. I^vcl. Some tile. '$5,400 A79 80 81 16 49 ,A 9 A 3 43 Agents f.pts. for Rent .. (Vmusements · · - · Mite Accessories Auto, for Sale , ft uto Truck .... \.uto Repairing . Btauty Parlors . Board, Room .· Bonds ......... Burial Vaults .. BldR. Materials Business L o c a- tions 37 Business Opportunities 29 ^afoE, Restau- ranU 17 3ard or Thanks 2 'jhiropodists . . . . 13 Chiropractors ... 14 Cleaners, Dyers . IS "ottaKes A46 Deatii Notices . . . l Dentists A37 Dogs. Birds, Pets 53 Sducatlonal Opportunities .... E.'ectri«ai Service Employment Serv- Sale d7 Rent 46 Houses for Houses for Instruction ..... 'W insurance ....... H investment ..... 1" in . . .A 2 Job Printing .... 20 Laundries ........ 21 Livestock for Sale 52 Location Wanted 65 L.-st ana Found 6 Lots for Sale . Machinery Milk Misc. for Sale , Misc. for Rent Money to Loan Mortgages ,. . .Monuments , . Musical jnstr. Nursery Stock Optometrists . Offices for Edit 63 OrUee Furn,, Fix. A63 . . . A I 5 63 ic Snlc . . 50 Farms for Rent .A50 Fnrm Machinery 5l Florists .. ; . -1 Foods '. .A55 Funeral Directors 3 Furs 9 Saragc for Rent 68 Sarahs for Sale 69 gardens -11 GO Olfice Equipt, Osteopaths Painting, Decor. personals Fliotopraphcrs . Plumbing. Htg. . Poultry, Eggs . Radio Supplies . Real Estate .. . Kooms for Rent ile or Trade Sale cr Rent Silts ........... Help W a n t e d . with inv ...... Help W a n t e d . . Female ....... Help W a n t e d , Male ...... - . 32 Hi" !p W a n t e d, Male, Female .A:I« Hide, Wool, Furs 78 Household Goods 73 Seeds. Feeds SCTV. Offered Eiluatlon Wtd. Stamps, Coins Stationery Stocks Bummer Cottnges S"- v ap Service . .. Travel B'ureau . .. Trade or Exch. - U)iholsterlnp IVtd. to Borrow . WUl, to Buy Wtd., MIPC Wtd. to P.eni . . . Wearing Apparel 66 ·M ASS A47 . 3-1 . 35 . 28 .A33 . 33 -A I F - - The Man Who'Borrows W A N T S : --S300 or Less --Strict Privacy --Less Red Tape --Prompt Service --Small Payments --No Endorsers --Furniture and Car Loans HE SHOULD SEE THE United Financial Service F. M. HUMPHREY, Mgr. 3 Doors East of Courthouse Phone 1414 SWAP--Porch swing for small table or what have you? Write HH-S, Globe-Gazette. 160 A. 5 m to Garnrr. Good buiid- injrs. $60. KOMBY REALTY' CO. 23 1st. S. E. Three times or · less offering a 'SWAP" costs nothing. The ad must have a Globe-Gazette "key" number and the advertiser will pay 10 cents for each reply. Replies are to be called for at the Want Ad counter. For every line over 3 lines, besides 10 cents for each answer, regular rates will be charged. SWAP--Equity in 5 rm. home in Grandview add. for clear lots. Write TT-8, Globe-Gazette. Instruction 39 GOVERNMENT Jobs. Start S105- S175 month. Men-women. Prepare now for next Mason City examinations. Experience usually unnecessary. Full particulars, list positions free. Write today sure. Franklin Institute, Dcpt. IOOD, Rochester, N. Y. NEED MONEY? This well financed company can make Immediate Loans Anywhere in North Iowa Up to $300.00 On Personal Property. See, Phone or Write FREE INFORMATION C. L. Pine Loan Company Diagonally Opposite 1st Natl. Bank 204 Weir Bldg., Mason City, Iowa Trade or Exchange 42 FOR TRADE--Printing and developing outfit for oil or pressure stove. Ph. 3299. Rooms for Rent 44 For Rent--Hskpg. rm. 1452 N. Jcf. FOR SALE--500 N. Iowa farms. See us before buying. Weatherly Realty Co., S',i Second S. E. Farm Machinery 51 FOR SALE--J. I. Case separator, new feeder and new drive belt. A bargain. Write Wm. Schaper, Charles City. Iowa. Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 LE^Spr"inger Spaniel pups. 2 months old. R. C. Baskins, St. Ansgar, Iowa. FOR SALE--Cheap Cocker Spaniel puppies. 710 4th St. S. E. FOR SALE--Ped. wire haired pup reas. 912 4th S. W. JEWEL MOTORS, Inc. Across From Posroffice Open Evenings and Sundays Wanted to Buy 75 WANTED -- Used furniture. Joe Goss, 212 South Federal, Pb. 912. WANTED--All kinds of used furniture. Call us before you sell. Grahams. Phone 301. LEGAL NOTICE Miscellaneous for Sale 55 Outboard four cylinder Elto molor, Quad, 31 horse, electric starter, wheel drive, gas feed, and 16 foot Thompson lo:it. Not a cheap proposition, hut money talks. See MR. NICOL AT CECIL THEATER Autos for Sale 79 LOW OVERHEAD LOW PRICES WE SELL FOR LESS 1934 Terraplane De Luxe Sedan. Like new. Save $250 1934 Studebaker Commander Sedan. A dandy. Save . . . . $'170 1930 Chevrolet Coupe. New tires. Wrv clean S'iOO Model T Ford Roadster. FOLSOM AUTO CO. GRAHAM MOTOR CARS 227 2nd S. W. Phone 1174 Open Evenings FOR SALE--Set of complete porch screens with door. 215 14 N. W. Chiropractors 14 THOUSANDS depend upon Chiropractic for health. Why not you 7 Dr. Ziegler, D. C. 21',» S. Fed. 220. Optometrists A 1 5 GLASSES--Be satisfied with only the best. See Dr. Knutson, Optometrist, Weir Bldg. b'or Rent--Hskpg. rms. 125 5 NW. FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. Ph. 1087. For Rent--Slpg. rm. 229 E. State. FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. Very desirable, downtown. Ph. 104S. FOR RENT--Sleeping room wk. 208 South Madison. $1.50 FOR RENT--Very desirable slpjr. rm. for young man. Pri. bath. 812 1 N. W. Death Notices T 1 Beauty Parlors 16 RUSSELL, Edwin Jay, SO, died at 417 Tyler avenue southwest, Tuesday morning following a lingering illness. Funeral services will be held at the Meyer funeral home at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon. The Bev. Weldin Weihle, Renwick, will officiate. Burial will be at Halltown cemetery, 8 miles east of J Sheffield. The Meyer funeral home ' in charge. STEWART. Clarence Junior, 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart, 652 Van Buren avenue southwest, drowned in a clay pit near the Mason City Brick and Tile Plant Tuesday afternoon. Funeral services will be held at the Randall funeral home Thursday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, with the Rev. A. W. Caul, pastor of the First Baptist church, in charge. Burial will be at Elniwood cemetery. The Randall funeral home in charge. . PERMANENT WAVES, $1, $1.50, S1.98 and S2.50. Shampoo and finger wave 50c. Ph. 3011, call for Le Moderne Annex. 212% N. Fed. Ave. BEAUTY SPECIALS Until July 20tlr. $5 Permanents for S3.95. Shampoo, manicure and finger wave for §1.00. Florimel Beauty Service S3!,'-. E as t state Phone 1072 Seeds, Feeds 28 FOR, SALE--S ton alfalfa. F. B. Bird, Rockford, Iowa. FOR SALE--Mixed timothy and clover hay in field. Carroll Bros., Rt. 5. Funeroi Directors McAULET Funeral home -- Complete service day and night. 8 S. Adama Phone 651. MEYER FUNERAL HOME -- Dependable service. 126 Third St. N. E. Phone 1505. PATTERSON FUNERAL HOME-A service for those who care. Ambulance. 322 N. Wash. Phone 1140. RANDALL Funeral Home--Ambulance service. 104 3rd St. N. E. Ph. 511. C. E. Snipps, H. B. Major. Florists CALL KEMBLE'S, Ph. 55, for all varieties of spring plants and flowers for outdoor planting. Personals STOMACH ULCER, Gas Pains, Indigestion victims, why suffer? For quick relief get a free sample of Udga, a doctor's prescription at Ford Hopkins Michael Drug Co. Business Opportunities 29 CLOSING OUT SALE HAMBLIN BURIAL VAULT CO. 127 3V. Georgia Ave. SAT., JULY 13--1 O'CLOCK All cement block machinery, tools, store fixtures, household goods, camping outfit. Apartments for Rent 45 FOR RENT--Unfurn. 3 rm. apt. 1530 N. Mad., 512.50. Lepper Co. FOR RENT--1, 2, 3 rm. apt. 2051. FOR RENT--Mod. furn. 1st fl. apt,, pri. ent. Ph. and refrig. S3.50 wk. Infants considered. Ph. 4261. FOR RENT--Unfurn. 5 rm. mod. apt., over Princess Cafe. Inq. at cafe. FOR RENT--Desirable 4 rm. apt,, nicely furn. See J. B. Youngblood, Youngblood Bldg. FOR RENT--3 unfurn. rim and bath apt., 2 Murphy beds. Ph. 210. FOR RENT'--4 rm. mod. apt. 2477. FOR RENT--3 and 4 rm. furn, or unfurn. apt. Ph. 2357. FOR RENT--Apts., furn. or un- furn., see J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. FOR RENT--5 rm. lurn. apt, good air. Ph. 1048. , FOR SALE--Chain store tax compels sale of two filling stations doing 6.000 gals, per month. Write R-8, Globe-Gazette. FOR RENT--Texaco filling station and lunch room. Fully equipped. $240 a year. Clear Lake, Iowa. Help Wonted, Female 31 WANTED--Exp. girl for general housework. Mrs. Dudley Decker, N. Shore, Clear Lake. FOR RENT--Nice 4 rm. apt. over Strand theater. J. A. Sullivan. Ph. 83 or 3573. HEAVY MATS SIZE 18Vix21 .2c EACH The Dry Mats are excellent for lining garages, chicken nouses, coal bins, cellars, cabin walls, weatherboarding, sound proofing or insulation. Not suited for outside surfacing or drawing use. We have a number which may be bought for only 2 cents each. Call Business Office. Globe-Gazette. For Sale--Royal typewriter. 1S91. FOR SALE--Marmon DcLuxe sedan, good cond., also cok-lined refrigerator 35 Ib. capacity. Taylor's Scrv. Station, 4th and Cres. 4124. Nursery Stock 57 LIKE PANSIES? SO DO WE We have sizable bed of Mastodan pansies. Drive out and we'll find time to book your order for next spring's planting. i/, mi. N. of Clear Lake, high school R. H. HOLT FOR SALE--A dandy 5 passenger Buick, 2 door with new 6 ply tires. ?H5. Lapiners. NOTICE TO PUBLISHERS OF TEXT JiOOKS Notice Is hereby Riven t h a t , in accordance i t h a rvaolution pn.wrt by the Ccrro Co u n t y Board of Education, i\nd t h e School HW of In\va, hid? will b« received up I nd i n c l u d i n g t h e A P l h of J u l y . J93. r . hy th,- n-ro t;ordo C r m n i y Board of Kduc:ition, , it; n f l i t - e of the c o u n t y s u p e r i n t e n d e n t t-hools in t h e Court House in Mason Ull T o w n , for t h e f o l l o w i n g text book?, nnd siirh supplies a* may he needed for USR in ilv schools of snid Cerro Gyrdo County tui grades s t a t e d -- jlen.lint; crades 1 t o g Inclusive . . K r a d e n 2 to 8 I n c l u s i v e ..tirades 3 to 8 Inclusive .. .prudes 3 to 8 i n c l u s i v e . .Krades 3 to 7 inclusive . .grades Ji to S i n c l u s i v e ... trades 1 to fl inclusive ,. craden 1 to S inclusive , . .grades 1 to 8 inclusive, A l i t h n T ' t i c , Geography . Language . HyKlcne .... History S p e l l i n g P e n m a n s h i p Civics a n d " Oitij-.en^hip . .grades fi I O ( R inclusive Lhi and (n such q u a n t i t y a.i s h a l l he in supply approximately 3,400 pupils 1 schools nf the county. Samples of all text hooks and supplic included in any bid, must he deposited an. remain In the o f f i c e of the county ^upenn tcmicnt ot schools oC Germ Gordo Count*. The Crmniy Board of Education n sa» courtly will he in session at t h e o f f i c e o t'hr n n i n t v Miperintrndent of schools ot sa» at 9:00 o'clock a. m.. Friday. Jul. county, FOR SALE---15)31 Chev. sedan. Original owner wants cash and cheaper car. No agents. Write M-S, Globe-Gazette. '34 Chevrolet Coach Looks and Runs Like New $465 S R Chevrolet Co. Musical Instruments 58 For Sale--Grand piano. 202 1 N. W. FOR SALE--Piano. 422 5 S. W. WAGNER MOTOR CO. OVER 19 YEARS IN CERRO GOKDO CO. Offers Lots of Transportallon in These 1927 Essex Fordor. 'Upholstery, rubber, motor, top excellent. A liar- gain $95 1927 Big Nash Six Sedan. $55 worth of tires put on since Jan. 1st. Ynu buy the tires, we give you the car $55 1920 Essex Coach. Runs and looks good. Good rubber 1926 Model T Fordor. A honey S45 MANY OTHERS--SEE US iind provide a ride. It's too hot to walk. REMEMBER Wagner Trades For Less a'in hoard reaves t h e rich! 10 all lild... or any IT«« thereof. rejec cation T A N N A H . C h a i r m a n Cerro Oordn C o u n t y zs 34- ·4O 31 27 35 ·3Z ACROSS 1--Arrange in 29--A stotft of tha folds U. S. (abbr.) 5-- Girl's name 31--Frenzy 10---Girl's narn* S3--Latin axcta- 12--Presage rnatton of joy 13---Preposition ."U--Postpone Indicating: dl- ^S--Visitor rftCUon 36--N'cnter toward pronoun M -- P r y 37--Volume or 17--A state of t h « maps U. S. (abbr.) 39--Note of th« 1$--Body of scale partisans 40--Small M--Pretend 22--Confcderau general M--Man of ir,--From 13--A color !1--Electrified particle 2."--To a great rlistanca i»--Salad herb 20--Concise 27--Roman sar- plants ."0--Turn asltffc 31--Exploits 32--Lacking asllity ^ 33--The Mohammedan world 3S--Behold 41--N'cjative 3--Mercury (symbol) 28--Science of Answer to previoui puizle ., !--A conjunction « 4 -- I r r e g u l a r l y eaten away 5--Dwarf. pivcn f a i t h ?6--Domestic animal DOWN 1--To let RO 7--Part of verb 2--Pertaining to "to be" the kidneys S--Hold sway 3--Avenue (ab.) (--An adhesive p r e p a r a t i o n I--Canters S--Soon i t -- X o t a n y 15--A state of the U. S. (abbr.) This he (-' nf vcn, rnorr.KWNr.s *'tm TIIK MONTH OK JI'NK. i;i:ln - (.TJ'V HAM,. J U N K 'J, IMS the date for t h e r e g u l a r rnecl- Dc C l t v Council and there not l.L-ins - - - ..-:_.. Adjourned to R quorum present, the meeting meet Junr, -li 10«S, lit 1) A. M. CITV HALL, J l ' N E -'- TM»» Re-ulftr adjourned mating of t» e ^ l! - v C o u n c i l , all members present. E L Herbert, Assistant J.Mrectur o( tnc Iowa Stnli! E m p l o y m e n t Service, was present 'o request t h a t th« City co-operate w i t h the C o u n t y and Federal government in m a l n - t n i n l n c t h e employment o f f i c e , s t a t i n g that I ho coal was SSO.OO pep m o n t h , one hjill ol which would he paid by the Government, and t h e balance to be divided e q u a l l y between t h e Cvimty a n d t u c C i t y , m a k i n g t h e amount asked for' (rum the CHy, $20-00 per month, t h i s Tor the year b e f i l n n i n s J u l y 1. 193-'. ""« n n d l n g J u l y I. 3536. The City appropriated Ui- sum of S20.00 per m o n t h in payment of the portion naked. lor the year b e g i n n i n g ·tilv 1 1933 »nd e n d i n g J u l y 1, 1936. conditioned that the C o u n t y contribute n like amount each month for the one year period. Messrs. H. C. Frlesner and verc present to u r g e ft more ri n-tnt ot the peddlers ordinance clalmmp that m a n y wen: said to be o p e r a t i n g who do not procure a license. The CUy Manager said if Uiev would report such cases l Cit : - Manager nr the Chief Gnbler enforce the scnlctl. The. m o t i o n t - i reduce Clap? "B 1 " h e r r p e r m i t s bclri? lost the p e r m i t fee re- m a i n s J-'O. Mr. C. T. E v n n s presented a. p r t i t i o n sinned liy i h e n i H J o r l t y nf the plumbers in t h e C l t y . ~ T h « i p e t i t i o n stnted t h a t with oilier riutie.i of the present inspector t h e r e was f r e q u e n t l y d e l a y it) p r o c u r i n g inspection* on b i n s w o r k , and l h a t i n f r a c t i o n s or t h e rd I nances R o v c r n i n g plumbing, were not i n E f i u e n t . because of t h i s rtoiay, Mr. Cronl staird t h a t all Inspections were made thin reasonable time a f t e r rer.ucst for ame had been made and t h a t . I f t h e ordl- iance was hclng violated, I f the same was ·(·ported to hi. 1 ? ofiJ c c, the report would rc- tel-'C prompt attention and t h a t he did consider a n "all time" Inspector necess .t (his t i m e . Forty-one Class "B" p e r m i t a p p l i c a t i o n s vfffi presented nnrl g r a n t e d , thff same to he .".sued as of d a t e of J u l y 1, 1935. The a p p l i c a t i o n for a Claws "B" beer rmlt of LOU E. Pncklls. o p t s r a t i n p t h u II .Ife Beer G a r d e n nt 107 S. Federal A v e n u e , Eec.'iupe of the a l a t c m e n t of Chief of Pn- \;c Pal ton l h a t i t wa.= more d i f f i c u l t 10 lOlice and sovuni the holders of Class "C" ie»r p e r m i t s , n n d t h e t e n d e n c y i n p e r m i t ·lolationK hy d r i n k i n p on t h e premises, in H :ack room or elsewhere, I h e C o u n c i l refused o cnint Clftsa "C" heer p e r m i t s and a l l iplilication.t for Cluss "C" permits he denied A p p l i c a t i o n s for a n n u a l licenses were g r a n t e d lo f i v e dance hails, as follows; Kor.y Korner, 1402 N, Federal A v e n u e . Pastime f.ardens. -10-1 s. Madison. Mooe Lodce No, l.'J^S, ,·; Second SI. S. \V H a w k e y e Club, US S. Federal A v e n u e . ·Dcnlson Club. J313 Fourth St. S. \V. The a p p l i c a t i o n of Steve Ala m pas, T^ 1 202 1st S. E. Phone 9'!2 Office Equipment 64 CASH Register sales, service and supplies, used adding machines. P B. "Sawtelle, 318 13 S. E. FOR R.ENT--2 rm. furn. apt., Everything furn. 220 3rd St. NE. FOR RENT--Apt. 108 5th. N. E. FOR KENT Fine unfurnished apartment, 4 large rooms and bath. Glassed in sleeping porch, steady oil burner heat, hot, cold running; soft water. No children. 319 FIRST STREET S. K Houses for Rent 46 FOR RENT--House. 615 N. Fed. close in. Inq. Garage for Sale 69 FOR SALE--Garage. Inquire at 121 21 S. W. Household Goods 73 FOR SALE--Tools, stoves, pianos, rugs, beds, springs, shoes, suits. South Side Exchange, 311 S. Fed. range, oil stove, coal ranee, table, bed, baby bed. cot. 211 2 S, W. FOR SALE--Electric ^refrigerator, good as new. Ph. 2617 after 6. FOR SALE--Icebox. Ph. 3731W. GALLAGHER'S CARNIVAL DAY SPECIALS 19.W Pontiac Touring Sedan .1033 Pontiac 6-Wheel Coupe 1.433 Chevrolet Coupe 1932 Pontiac De Luxe Coach 1931 Pontiac Coach 1930 Pontiae Sedan 1929 Chevrolet Coach 1930 Model A Tudor 1932 Plymouth Air Wheel Coupe 1928 Dodge Sedan Several Cheap Cars JOHN GALLAGHER INC. Pontinc 6's and 8's Sales and Service. 25-27 2nd S. E. Phone J567 Open Evenings and Sundays FOR SALE--Lennox heater and boiler. Good cond. 109 6 S. W. Help Wanted, Male 32 WANTED--Hoe man and weeders. Gardenland, Ventura. WANTED--Married man to work on farm. T. J. Murray, Rt. 3, Britt, Iowa. KARLOTTA, Crystal Gazer, readings. Karlotta Cottage, Bayside. MOTHER of two children, but you'd never guess it to look at hfir figure. She wears a Spencer. 3856. Lost and Found 6 LOST--Girl's bathing suit and cap by M. St. L, tracks, Ph, 2994. MAN WANTED--To take care of old established manufacturer. Position permanent. Substantial cash earnings paid weekly. No investment. Must have car and farm experience. Give age and other details. Address Box 164, Dept. 2430, CJuincy, 111. Services Offered A33 WANTED--Washing Ph. 2715. and ironing. FOR RENT--Mod. house, furn. or unfurn. 609 N. Fed. Lorenz Co. Ph. 280. FOR RENT--Aug. 1 mod. arr. 2 families. 26 9th NE. 2548J, or 333. FOR RENT--Partly Sam Raizes. mod. 4 rm. FOR RENT--6 rm. all mod. bung., furn. Gas heat. S50 mo. In Forest Park. Write B-8, Globe-Gazette. Cottages A46 FOR RENT--Lakeshore cottage, boat, dock. Day, week or month. Ph. 2465 or 373. FOR RENT--Lakeshore mod. cot- tape by week or month. Ph. 254, 1660J or 1381. Poultry, Eggs 74 TURKEYS 3,000 "Silvergold" Mammoth Bron/.e poults 34c postpaid, live arrival guaranteed. Delivery July 17th and 24th. M. M. ALDRIDGE Mason City Phone 3181 Wanted to Buy 75 WANTED--House car trailer for cash. 213 E. State. Ask for McKinley. WANTED--To buy B Hat Boelim system clarinet. Ray Burrell, SOS 14 S. E. Ph. 2694. CLOSE PRICES FAST TURNOVER Good Cars Better Guarantees J. H. MARSTON V; Block East of Hanford Hotel Chrysler Plymouth FOR SALE--1929 Olds coupe. Good looker and a good car. Write N- 10, Globe-Gazette. CASH PAID for power and light companies preferred stocks. X. ,, . C h a p m a n . 102') 2nd N- W. FOR RENT--Mod. north short* rot.- i -- -ta^o g-as lights, bath, etc. Ph. WANTED--To buy nsod ql. and pt. Mrs. Sam Raizes. 1 fniit jars. Ph. 4292W. Lodges and Societies 1. O. O. F. LOPUE NO. '^24 E, STATE I'HONES 31-I4W-3144J Mcetlns caett Tuesday cvemoi S r. M. County Council I n i t i a t o r y Wed., .luly 10. at I.O.O.T. j\f. K \\ M. S I,F,,\VAN. N*. ('.. yST WA VM AN ULOS.SON. Jlcc Scc'v. 3167 A F., Pin. Sec'y. 2771W t l i e police, it v.ould'lje'vcry m u c h appreciated. No action WHS taken. M r B r y a n t . C i l v S o l i c i t o r , p r e s e n t e d a n d read Ordinance Nj. 203. "An Ordinance tc r e g u l a t e and license the sale of beer, pro v i d l n p lor the issuance of permits, f i x i n g tin rops t h e r e f o r , piescnltins rules a n d r u y u l a - g y v e r n i n g the same, prescribing regu l a t i o n ^ as to the conduct of places scllin B hter and prescribing p c n a l l l c a lor violation as provided by the laws of the Slate of Iowa iitKt r e p e a l i n g O r d i n a n c e NO. 2S5. passed hy the C i t y Council of the City of Mason C i t y . lnv::i."" The Ordinance was passed "n its f i r s t reading t h e rules dispensed w i t h and ihe Ordinance parsed, on its second and mini r e a d i n g and f i n a l l y adopted. O r d i n a n c e No. 202, "An O r d i n a n c e rrpcal- fns Ordinance No. 199 «"d Section? 292 anc 1-93 of Chapter 29. of. the Ordinance of the City or Mason City, lo\va, ana enacting B FubstHute t h e r e f o r providing tor t h e li' cunsini; and regulation of public and cab aret d a n c i n p and restricting hours therefor and providing penalties £or violation there ( J f." was presented, read and ]ias=td on it first reading. The rules were dispensed will and the Ordinance was passed on its s and third reading and finally adopted. The City Manager was instructed to em ploy a police matron, with the tliti City Council on m a k i n g the selection u n d e r the same rules as policemen ape. etc. The Council piocccdcd to canvass the re t u r n s m a d e by the election boards of th E i g h t voting precincts at the special elect!' held June 3. 1935. to vote upon the purchas nt the old postoffice building and site the issuance of bonds in the sum ot 5-5.00 In payment of same and found that the pro (jri.sal had c a r r i e d by t h e required nvijont Tiie City Solicitor was instructed to pro- reed with the necessary legal requirement.! to complete t h e purchase nf t b e property and [or the issuance ot bonds in p a y m e n t . A. o n m i n u n i c a t i n n from n r a n t McGowan. r e l a t i v e to the C i t y d-inttpng his property at the t i m e a levee was b u i l t near the Dis- P l a n t xvn? presented. Mr. MeGowjin n?l;cd for a c o n f e r e n c e w i l h the City Council. The C i t v Clerk vajs I n s t r u c t e d to n o t i f y j Mr. McGowan l h a t t h i s Council would he ' pleased to c o n f e r w i t h him re^ardim; tin 1 m r t f c r . -it t f j = n e x t regular m e e t i n g on J r j j y 1. I93."i. nt 9 A. M, Resolution No. 2173. from the lou-a State Highway Commission, relative to approving pavinp project.", -.vas p:c5tntrd and adopted. Ajiplie.itions for beer p e r m i t s were g r u n t e d B. 0. D r u R Company. 1335 X. Federal A v e n u e , Palace Pool Hall and Lunch Room, 113 g. Federal and Pleazol Cigar Store, 116 N. federal A v e n u e . CITV HALT.. -irNE 24, 1935 Secular meetirc of the City C o u n c i l , all members present. Mr. Cook, representing the Shell Oil Company Station, on Poii'h Federal Avenue, w a s present to a?k permission to do away -,vith 1he c u r b f r o n t i n p t h e i r station or. S-mth ?de j a l Avenue. Ay this ^had been agreed to by the Iowa Highway Commission ··vho were rr.akini: the i m p r o v e m e n t R-nft there h f t n c no objection? by t h i s C o u n c i l , no n c M o n was t a k e n . Mr. IX H. y i t z p a t r i r k A p p r a r C f i f'r (h* 1 | M n p o n C i t y T . i b r a r y R o ^ r d am! s t n l f r j t h e | Rr.ard was n l f i n n i n c f n rniiki'nc ripp!ic-,-t(;on | I'or ( J j . v e r n m r n i f u n d s u n d e r t b e V. K. P., A. | f n r i m p r o v r m f n t and r c p f l i r ? . and n s k ^ r l i i i n t j Council ma S. W.. for nn annual dance ha.ll (cense was denied. CITV HAI.r., .U'NK 1«. IMS it-nrrt merlin); of t h u C i t y Council* i l l m e m b e r s p r e s e n t . Mr, C. C. H a l p h i ' l e was present and pre- s e n t e d a p e l i l i n n t" request the a p p o i n t m e n t of R a y m o n d Foiiett on the police force in d v e n t ' n r l d i t i n n a l men were added. The petition was r e f e r r e d t o t h e C H y M a n a R c r with t h e rcqiiiirfi M r - Kollctt make n. formal app l l c a l l n n f o r I h e position. A propo.ifd resolution of nrcesaily pro- vi'Unj; for Hie p a v i n g and c u r b i n p of N- Taylor, f r o m n o r t h line ot west State Street to south t i n e ot First Street N. W.; N. H a m p s h i r e A v e n u e , f r o m south line ol Third Street N. K,. south to and Including H a m p s h i r e C o u r t ; S o u t h Massachusetts A v e n u e , f r o m north l i n e of Seventh Street fi. K. to s o u t h t i n e of S i x t h Street S. E.. was p r c r c n l e d . The CUy Clerk was directed lo give the required notice of t i m e ol' hear- i n g nnd i i x i n s J u l y IJi. 3935. at 9 A. M., as the l i m e for said hearing. A t t o r n e y 1.. R. Boomhowcr. represent irip I h o r e t a i l srocfirs anri d c n l c r s , was present t n prole:;!, ( t s a t n s t t h e action ot the City Council I n r e f u s i n g l o crant a l l npplicatto'na for Cl'isp "C" h r e r p e r m i t s . Ho was assured no ai'.tton wntiltl be t a k e n u n t i l an Opinion as lo t h e power of the Council to refuse tr» ( · r a n i f h s s "C" permit.'! could be obtained I mm Uiu o f i i r c nf t h e A t t o r n e y General. Fivft application!" wen? g r a n t e d to "B Vt b r e r p e r t n i r . dealers. An n p p l i c f i t i o n for a ilancc hall liccnac was nn l e d t h e M a p l e I n n Cafo, 4. H. McFAVKN, City Clerk. K1NA.NCIA!, STATEMENT f'l'I'V OF CASH ACCOUNTS .Inly 1. 103.1 Cash on Hand in Cond Fund" June I . 193% Cash on Hand in Other Funds J u n e t, 193. 1 . Rpri'Jptf. f«tr -Iiinr: Police Department--Fines and Fee? Police Department--Liccn«rs Engineer's Services Bulldinc Permit.-! Inspections Doc License? Beer Permits . .. Laboratory Fees , , . . - - . Weighing Fees · ...M i l k Producers' P e r m i i p Refund on Insurance Policy · Sale "f Gasoline to Other Depts Plumbers' Renewal Card? Refund Detention Hospital F.\penpe Compensation Insurance--Injury Case Rentnl lor Equipment Ilcpairini; P a v i n g · · Labor and Material sewer Renal r - - . Deposit..-;--Firemen and Policemen -. Interest on Securities Library--Fines and Fees Sale of Water Sale of Meters, Services, etc l,r.hor and Material Poll Taxes Taxes Total Receipts Expenditures f,,r .In .$ 40.65fi.fll ,. 67.5:5.70 2.00 infi..yi 11R.7H ."i.nn n, 100. no g o, r )0.nfi ·j nn iio.nn 2.00 r,nt) oo , 74.7S, fi.ns fit, no :..i.oi 4. ".00 I f i . ' . O ] S.R26.R1 a«s,.vi 1.422.P2 2 "22. nn r.ENKRAL f l O V E R N M E N T Salaries and Wapes . . . Telephone Rnd Tele K rams O f f i c e Supplies M-iscelJaneou? 1,537.03 PROTECTION OF L I F E A N D P R O P K R T V Police D c p f i n m n n t Tire Dt % p a r t mem JCisccllancous ... Sewage Di?posal and Sc g a r b a g e Disposal n n d C 3,-127.31 230.nn H E A L T H A N D S A N I T A T I O N Street C r a n i n g .Malr.t«n,ipi.-f. H Motor H i u i p m e Fuc! Supplies M a t e r i a l Li = h t and Pow O f f i c e Supi'lle? Telephone Scrvi Park M u n i c i p a l Band . Comfort S t a t i o n i n t e r e s t "n pond- Bonds Paid - . . . R e p a i r s and Stipp. . . . ............ nc. Aiipioach-;^. PaV \VATKRWOP.K5; I N D K P P . N P K N T FUNF5 ,.-.:. t t 22.0.-, 37.06 5.07R.57 7.170.27 1 ire on Class F i; r:'! · F n n d B. M A C K , C i l y Auditor,

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