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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 16 193G TWENTY-ONE th£ CLASSIFIED PACE Ifc^t ECONOMY RAGE .' Death Notices 1 Money to Loan (ALLOS, Donna Patricia, 46, died at ) her home, 827 Polk avenue southwest, at 7 o'clock Thursday morning (following an illness of 18 months. ^Funeral services will be held at the [Holy Family church Saturday morn- ling at 9 o'clock. Burial will be at jthe St. Joseph's Catholic cemetery. (.The Rosary will be said Friday evening at 8 o'clock at the Patterson funeral home. The Patterson funeral home in charge. HURLEY, John Joseph, 70, rlied suddenly at his home, 511 Jersey avenue southeast, about 6:30 o'clock Thursday morning from heart dis- ! «ase. Funeral services will be held 'iat the St. Joseph's Catholic church Saturday morning at 9 o'clock, with (the Rev. P. S. O'Connor in charge. '{Burial will be in Elmwood ceme- jtery. The Rosary will be said at the /residence Thursday and Friday eve- [ningg at S o'clock. The Meyer fu- ·neral home in charge. Have Financial Worries? Then flee us for an easy way to borrow on your personal security; United Financial Service 8 1st St. N. W. Phone 1414 Real Estate Loans AS MORTGAGE LOANS ON North Iowa Farms--4i/ 2 %--5% Mason City Real Estate--5%--6% Prompt Service--Small Expense. Choice Mortgages lor sale. HUGH H. SHEPARD 502-508 Foresters BIdg. I'lione 284 Mason City, Iowa Optometrists Al 5 GLASSES--If your eyes are failing see Dr. Knut.'wn, Opt., Weir Bldg'. and get the best in optical service. Seeds, Feeds 28 Card of Thankt We wish to express our heartfelt appreciation to our many friends and neighbors lor their many kindnesses, expressions of sympathy, (spiritual and floral offerings ex- .'vtended. to us during our recent be- ireavement at the death of our be- jlove'd husband and father. ' Mrs. D. J. McLaughlin and Family i auAa. *-· *t · -"-L tDougherty, Iowa ( W E WISH to thank the many \ - . neighbors, friends and relatives, ['for their kindness, assistance and (beautiful floral offerings during the :sickness and death of our wife and i mother. t . JAMES NEWBERY and FAM('ILY. Funeral Directors _cATJLEY Funeral Home --Comi plete service day and night. 8 S. (Adams. Phoije 651. -f- JMEYER Funeral Home--Depend; able service, 126 Third St. N. E. 1505. UPATTERSON Funeral Home -- A f service for those who care. Ambulance. 322 N. Wash. Phone 1140. 3ALL Funeral Home--Atnbu- Tance service. 104 3rd St. N. E. Ph. 511. C. E. Snipps, H. B. Major. Florists ' ."' -fbR HOME USE, for the sickroom, ·/for lunerala,- for every occasion |resh stock of home grown Sts'available. Kemble's. Ph. 55. Lost and Found LOST--Pair of dual chains, log · chain, on Clear Lake streets. Reward. Phone 666, Clear Lake. _JT--Female Boston bull terrier, name Saucy. Ph. 1059. Reward. ( OST--Brindle and white Boston i..''/bull terrier. License No. Ill, Fort ' : bodge. Return to 18 12th S. E. Ro- 'ward. Money to Loan V M O N E Y ( F O R A L L P U R P O S E S U Loaned on your uto, Furniture or Other Security. (Cars refinanced on smaller pay- f ' ments. HOME LOAN £ FINANCE CO. :nd Floor Foresters' Bldg. Ph. 737 FOR SALE--Certified hybrid seed corn. S. A. Mature, Rt. 3, M. C. Business Opportunities 29 FOR SALE Service station. Good location in Mason City. Also hulk tanks. New Ford truck with 500 gal., S compartment tank. Also potato chip machine and going business. Telephone 1588. LEEGARD BROS. "10 S. FED. FOR RENT--Building suitable for store or beer parlor. Ph..2667. FOR SALE--Cafe, 8 rras., 2 gas pumps, rent $13. See F. H. Chisel, LeRoy, Minn. FOR SALE--Restaurant Ph. 2006. fixtures. Help Wanted, Female 31 WANTED--Middle aged woman for housework. 17 N. Monroe. Help Wanted, Male 32 WANTED--Responsible school boy, distribute our goods to local stores afternoons. Fun Factory, Owensboro, Ky. Rooms For Rent 441 Misc. For Sale 55 FOR RENT--Comfortable slpg. rm, Gentleman preferred. 318 N. Pcnn. FOR RENT--2 unfurn. rms. 329 1 N. E. FOR RENT--Rm. and kitchenette for 1 or 2 working:. 418 N. Wash. FOR RENT hskpg. rms. 421 North Adams. Phon e 2669-W. FOR RENT--2 furn. or unfurn. rms. for light hskpg. 622 N. Jeff. Ph. 1641W. Apts. for Rent 45 FOR RENT--2 and 3 rm. apts., 1st floor, close in. 322 ?. N. E. DLXIE BLOCK COAL $6.50 FER TON Exclusive hut not expensive. Call us for prices on other coal. W. Qulnn, Manager. Ph. 115. 526 2nd N. W. DIXIE BLOCK COAL CO. FOR SALE--Lathe. 110 7 N. E. FOR SALE--Scale and pool table. Palace Pool Hall. FOR SALE--Dry oak wood, 54.50 ton. Call 326 3 S. W. Apt. 1. FOR SALE--Good dry oak wood, stove length, 55 a ton, delivered. Ph. 291SW." A55 I Foods FOR RENT--Unfurn. apt., hard- , wood floors, clean and light. Hot FOR SALE--Fresh meats. Ph. 23F4. water heat, lights and water furnished. Reasonable. 726 11 N. E. FOR RENT--Furn. apt. 311 3 N. W. FOR RENT--Nicely furn. kitchenette apt., bath in connection. Elec. refrig. 226 7 N. E. FOR RENT--Desirable, clean, furn. apt. Hot water heat. Reas., also garage. Ph. 3110J. 232 4 N. W. FOR RENT--Nicely furn. small apt. for 1 or 2. Pri. ent. Automatic heat. Ph. 2243. FOR RENT--Unfurn. apt., heat and water Turn. Ph. 2357. FOR RENT--Downstairs apt., pri. ent. 703 S. Goo. Ph. 1668. FOR RENT--Furn. or unfurn. mod. very desirable 5 rm. apt. Ph. 1832. Houses For Rent 46 FOR RENT--Nice bungalow. 8G7. For Rent--5 rm. bungalow, Central Hgts. Gas, lights, sewer. 2 lots, Fruit trees, berries and etc. Ph. 216g. FOR RENT--8 good location, 2232LW. rm. mod. house, gas heat. Ph. Situation Wanted 33 WANTED--By high school girl place to work for board and room. Write D-14. Globe-Gazette. Services Offered A33 WANTED--Housework, respectable home, am dependable, neat, good cook. Write Mrs. Ed Kerchcer or phone 192, Clear Lake. MIDDLE aged lady wants housekeeping. Write S-15, Globe-Gazette. ELECTRO-VAPORIZED Mineral Health Baths. Basement Foresters Building. Phone 676. RMS. PAPERED, 52 and up. 2163W. Salesmen 35 WANTED -- Experienced vacuum cleaner salesman to work on attractive sales plan. Apply Montgomery Ward Co., Mason City. It i · {MONEY TO LOAN on Mason City I ( home. Alliance Investment Co. 'hone 849. TOTAL COST FOR A S50 LOAN For 5 Months. Other Amounts in Proportion Security Loan Co. vPhone 412 321-lst Nat'l. Bank. LOANS |f\ Up to $300.00 ANYWHERE IN NORTH IOWA Made to 1 Responsible Families or li' / Individuals 1 NO SIGNERS NO ENDORSERS |\ I · 1'our Own Security Only. ; .Pay Interest on only actual unpaid ^balances for actual number of days ' used. Private, Friendly Service Ij fiPrompt, ti Always See, Phone or Write us for |i, FREE INFORMATION . L. Pine Loan Company . diagonally Opposite 1st Natl. Bank |;j, fOi Weir BIdg., Mason City, Iowa j WE CAN HELP / YOU! pVe all have to face emergencies, ind we like the easiest way out .... ind OUR way is the easiest ---- so i{ vou want relief from those pcs- little hills, just come in and see us '. us and see how simple it is: ||)! Humphrey Finance Co. lr', .ii.._. e-fo 1(11'. X ? _ ITfrfpr I Phone 578 19'/i dONEY. TO LOAN on Mason City home. Alliance Investment Co. |?hone 849. CONEY TO LOAN--On improved Mason City real estate. E. W. £lark Co., 204 Foresters BIdg. MEN Wanted for Rawleigh routes of 800 families in East Floyd, Winneshiek, West Blackhawk counties and Clear Lake. Reliable hustler should start earning ?25 weekly and, increase rapidly. Write today. Rawleigh, Dept. IAA-380-3, Freeport, 111. Swop Service 38 SWAP--Lot with 2 houses for acreage within 10 miles of Mason :ity. Write JJ-16, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Platform, buggy, and runners, in good shape, for livestock. Write YY-15 Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Town properties on farm. Write ZZ-15, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--S ft. show case for smaller one or steam table. Write NN- 14, Globe-Gazette. SWAP---Very best 250 egg incubator for geese or ducks. Write KK- 14, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Charles City house and cash for house in Mason City. Write LL-14, Globe-Gazette. FOR RENT--4 room cottage. 433 1st N. E. Art Russell, FOR RENT--6 rm. house. Ph. 867. RENT OR BUY Homes from W. H. Briar. W. H. Geer. Ph. 3414, FOR RENT--Moa. o room bungalow. 326 15 S. E. Ph. 3875. FOODS Jonathan Apples, per basket Sl.'^il Oranges, each 1". lemons, per dor. 18c Onions, ] 0 |l. bag ] S« Top Corn, 5 kinds, 3 Ibs 25e Walnuts, 10 Ibs 2Sc Cookies, all kinds, per II) 15c Brown Bounty Beans, 3 cans · · -5c EARL'S FRUIT MARKET 1603 South Federal. Musical Instruments 58 FOR SALE--Clarinet, reasonable price. 303 2nd St. N. E. Autos for Sale 79 Good Will Used Cars At this time we have a "ice selection of used cars, Including Pontincs -- Chevrolet s -- Fords PI.vmmitliK -- and several others to pick from. SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY A USED CAR John Gallagher, Inc. PONTIAC (i's and 8's 2.-J-2T 2nd S. E. l*hone 1567 Open Evenings and Sundays Offices For Rent 63 FOR RENT--2 desirable office rms. adjoining, 1 or both, $10 each on N. Fed. J. B. Youngblood, Ph. 26. Household Goods 73 FOR SALE--Cook stove. Ph. 1118. THRIFT BUYERS HERE'S YOUR CHANCE Two of the Four ]).%· I)E L l i X K PLYMOUTH TUDORS Left for Snip. Regular Trice $761 Special For This Week $661 Nn Tradeins -- No Credit* Low Down Faymcnt and 2* Months at 6% on Balance. Also 1936 CHEVROLET 4-DR. SEDAN and l!)3fi CHEVROLET TRUNK MODEL DE LUXE FORDOR SEDAN $100 Discount. LAPINER MOTOR CO. IOWA CATTLE ON FEED INCREASE Carl Says Gain Marked Due to More Favorable Feed Supply. DES MOINES, Jan. 16. OP--The United States Department of Agriculture today reported a 25 per cent increase in the number of cattle on Teed in Iowa over the Jan. 1, 19:!5 total. Federal agricultural statistician Leslie M. Carl's estimate was based on reports from individual cattle feeders, market records of stocker and feeder receipts, and reports on the movement of feeder cattle direct from ranges. Iowa's increase this winter, he COLUMBIA CHAIN'S ENGINEER REPAIRS FLETCHER'S RADIO FOR SALE--Used furniture on display at Cadwcll Transfer Storage Co. 303 8th S. W. For Sale Household goods. Small piano left In storage with orders to sell. Small payments. Write or Inquire VEECH TRANSFER AND STORAGE FOR RENT--D rrn. bungalow, .fie. Alliance Investment Co. Ph. 849. FOR. RENT--5 rm. strictly mod. house. 1114 N. Virginia. Ph. 441. FOR RENT--All mod. 5 rm. bungalow, Forest Park. Alliance Investment. Ph. 849. FOR RENT--House at 525 N. Mass. Inq. at 322 N. Wash. Houses For Sale 47. FOR SALE--527.50 7 room, close in mod. house. Garage. W. L, Patton, 109 E. State. FOR SALE--Close in mod. home or would exchange for Hampton home. Phone Guild, 867. FOR SALE--7 rm. and 8 rm. mod. houses, near Deckers. Priced for quick sale. Inq. 1019 N. Taylor. FOR SALE--52,750 7 rm. mod. home. Northwest section. W. L. Patton, ion E. State. FOR SALE--Attractive bungalow in S. E. part of city. This comfortable home is modern in every respect. Firepla,ce, gas heat, water softener and built-in features. Double garage. For further particulars see Beck Bros.. Ph. 134. Farms For Sale FOR SALE 50 Improved 280 acre farm, 9 miles from Clear Lake. Rich productive soil. Must he sold. RECEIVER CERRO GORDO STATE BANK Clear Lake Iowa 4SO A. Polk co., Minn., 6 mi. market, 330 cultivated, balance prairie. Comfortable bldgs., flowing well, $12.50 per A. Send for list.Higgin- pothem, Red Lake Falls, Minn. Swap--Porcelain enamel coal range for used lumber or old building. Write ZZ-14, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--24" threshing machine tor ?, brood sows. Write LL-14, Globe- Gazette. Three tiroes 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. Sale or Trade ASS FOR SALE OR TRADE--Grand View bungalow for modern six room house. Write O-16, Globe-Gazette. Trade or Exchange 42 TRADE--Medical ref. set official 8 vols.. cost SSO, for gun or typewriter. Write F-16. Globe-Gazette. WILL TRADE--For lot, Studebaker sedan, in excellent cond. Ph. 457. 326 1 S. W. Rooms for Rent 44 FOR RENT--Furn. rm. or 1 apt, breakfast and garage. Ph. 1315J. Livestock For Sale 52 ALE 20 g f t A b r e o r March and April farrow. Cholera. immune. Also Shorthorn bulls. Clarence Smith. l.i i miles south of Alexander. Iowa. FOR SALE--Throe good horses. F. H. Schulte. Manly, Iowa. BIG SALE On woolen goods, yarn upholstering goods, silk taffeta and other mill cnfl materials, also new stock of rubbers and overshoes. All this merchandise i» priced for quick sale. I£ you want bargains stop at the B "it O EXCHANGE, 1408 N. FED. Wanted to Buy 75 HIGHEST Prices paid horses. Ph. 2T31R2. for killer WANTED--Used furniture. Joe Goss. 212 South Federal. Ph. 942. Lodges and Societies i. o. o. F. j.onni: NO. »t I2V- K. STATE PHONES "I-H-W-Smj -'cttlnc ei'fiy Tuesday 7:10 P. M. J. C. nOKINRON, N. G. Til. 82."i V V A Y J I A N CLOSSON Her. Ppr'y. 31R7. H. .1. PINE, Fin. Rec'v. I, ORDER OF MOOSE r.r--2ND A \ n s. MUERAL Phone J2"8 M » f t » Ilrnt and tlilrd Tuesdays of ench mrmlli. K.vnry -ILh TucMlny is f a m i l y niKht. W. P. C H A M B E R L A I N . Dlc- IHtcir. 2S10 S. Federal. WILLIAM' GHOTII. Stc'y. phone 30MW BENEVOT.KNCE 1.0UGK NO. 145 A. F. AND A. M--7:30 r. M. Slated communication 1st or each month. JERB KATHEWMAN, W. M. C. P. SHIPLEY, Sec'y. said, "in particularly marked due to more favorable food supply in the 1935 crop season than in 1934 and to prospective operating profits for cattle feeders." State Gets Share. The state received 29.7 per cent of the 1,127.013 head of stocker and feeder cattle which the seven principal feeding- states of the corn belt received from public markets during the last six months, he reported. This was below the state's 33.4 per cent three year average but the direct movement from sources other than public markets was considerably larger, he said, particularly during the last three months of 1935. Cattle feeders in general reported that weights of cattle on feed Jan. 1, 1836. when put on feed, show larger proportions of heavy weight feeders, from 1,000 pounds and over, and of light weights, under 7iJO pounds, and a decreased proportion of calves than was the case a. year ago. To Be marketed. A larger proportion of the total cattlo on feed is expected to be marketed before May 1 this year, Carl said. Consequently the number of grain finished cattlo marketed during the first four months of 1936 will be materially larger than during the same period in 1935. The number of stocker and feeder cattle, inspected through stock yards markets, shipped into the corn belt states d u r i n g the last six months of 1935 was shown to be about 17.0 per cent larger than for the corresponding period of 1934 but about the same as the five year average. WASHINGTON. Jan. 16. (.T)--A pleasant interlude in Henry P. Fletcher's argument with the broadcasting chains occurred today. Co- urnhia Broadcasting system sent an engineer around to the republican national chairman's home to repair his radio set so he could pick up anti-new deal programs better. And the engineer, of all people, was Clyde Hunt, who handles all of President Roosevelt's broadcasts. Only Dance Tunrs. A local Columbia official learned that Fletcher, chairman of the republican national committee, could get nothing but dance tunes when he tried to listen to the anti-new deal sketch, "Liberty at the Crossroads," Tuesday night. The sketch was broadcast from an independent 'Chicago station after Columbia and National Broadcasting companies had banned it. "I understand," he said, "that you :ouldn't pick up Chicago with your set." "No," replied Fletcher, "I could not." 'It must not be much of a set,'' suggested the Columbia man. "That's wrong." said Fletcher, "it's a good one." Offers to Fix It. "Then it must be broken. How'd you like someone to fix it,, someone who really knows how?" Fletcher said he thought that would be fine. A f t e r making minor adjustment: on the set. the engineer went to New York, where he is to take charge of broadcasting President Roosevelt's speech at the Theodore Roosevelt memorial in the national history museum. Rarly this week Fletcher and the two large radio chains fell into an argument over the bans on the sketch. RESENTMENT OF MORGAN SHOWN Banker Raps Hints English Money "Bought" U. S. Into War. WASHINGTON. Jan. 16. C.T)-- Resentment, al what he said was an insinuation that "we were bought into the war with English money" was expressed by .1. P. Morgan in- day at the senate investigation ot w a r t i m e finance. Chuckling but nonetheless positive in his assertion, the elderly financier swung upon Senator Clark iD.-Mo.l with this: "You are saying t h a t we were bought into the war with English money and I don't like the insinuation." An investigator for Clark and the other committee members had just contended that this government, before entering the world conflict, tried to keep American banks liquid and ready for war but not to stop trade with the allies. Morgan puffed furiously al his pipe as he once again disputed the committee's view that American int leresls in trade with the allies, rather thnn submarines, led this country into the war. At the outset of today's hearing, an extract from the diary of Col. Edward M. House, confidential advisor to Woodrow Wilson, was introduced to show Secretary of State Lansing wanted the war time pres- WANTED--All kinds of used furniture. Call us before you sell. Grahams. Phone 301. WANTED--Good Spotted Poland China boar, Phone 13 on 4. H. J. Schlichting, Rockwell. Wanted to Borrow 77 WANTED--To borrow $2,000 at 5 per cent on new Mason City home. Write N-16, Globe-Gazette. Autos for Sale 79 TheWINTERMART AT THE FAIRGROUNDS Any Price Car You Want. About 150 to Choose From. Dependable Guarantees and Rales. Entrance Just West of Federal on Nineteenth Street. WAGNER MOTOR CO. J. H. MARSTON AUCTION Friday, January 24, 193G, at heated sale pavilion. Northwood, Iowa, 47 purebred milking Shorthorns. Write for catalog. E. A. Nelson * Hoeve Bros., darks Grove, Minn. FOR SALE--Fresh cows. Ph. 1113, FOR SALE--IS mo. Durham bull, u mile S. Ernery, li mi. W. John Rasteclt. SHORTHORNS To make room for test heifers we are offering some choice registered B and 7 year old Bates bred Shori- horn brood cows at bargain prices. J. RUSSELI, CITRKIER Mason City, Iowa FOR SALE--P. B. Poland China yearling male hog. Peter Frcunci, Rockwell. Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 FOR SALE--Springer Spaniel pups. S25 S. Federal. JEWEL MOTORS, Inc. HERE ART JUST A FEW OF OliR MANY BARGAINS 1935 Ford De Luxe Coach. 32,000 miles $515 1932 De Soto Custom Model Sedan. Heater $335 J.933 Chev. Coach. Guaranteed the cleanest in town SS25 1932 Willys Sedan. An economical car to operate $195 1931 Chev. Coach. Do not miss this one for only S215 1929 Ford'Coach. New tires. Has always had seat covers $185 1931. De Soto Sedan. Extra clean. New tires $295 1931 Chrysler Coupe. Rumble seal. Healer .' $2(55 1930 I'onlinc Tudor. A rc;il bargain $100 1S31 Dodge Sed. fi wire whorls'S275 193n Ford Tudor. New paint. Kari Keen trunk $225 1929 Dodge Sedan. All set for win- H A R U I N R I.OIIC.E NO. Mil A. I'. AND A. M. 1:M T- M. EUled mo'tins First Friday o( each month. L. L. RA1-MOKD. W. M. C. C. HALPHIDE. Sec'y. KOVAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA MOOSE HAI.f. Camp meets 2nd and 4 l h Thursday, 7:30 P. M. Chin meels 1m »nd 3rd Thursdays. 2 P. M. MARGAP.KT JOHNSON, Oracle. 1CAY BUnWORTIl. Rec. Phone 1372W Ql KEN REBEKAH LODOK NO. 108 · I. O. O. F. HALT.--7:3(1 I'- "·- Unusual Thomas \Vilrley pro- pram Fri., J a n . 37. Excellent e n t e r t - i i n m c n t . All Odd Fellows, Rebckahs and friends invited. MRS. IDA CLOSSON. N. n. 3!/!7. M'P.S. WIN NUTTTNrj. R. 8. .19SW. MRS. n. E. KOLWINSKA. F. S. USSJ. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF TUB ArPOINTMEM OF ADMINISTRATRIX STATE OF IOWA. Cerro Gonlo county. BK. No. '1779. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN", t h a t t h f undpralgncd has bppn rinly appoints and q u a l i f i e d as Ajdmfnlstl-atrlx of the estate of Charles J. (C. J,) Winter. Deceased. late of Ramsey County, Minnesota. All persons indebted to ?ald estate are requested to make Immediate payment: and those having claim? against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and lile in the office of the Clerk of the District Court. THVRA E. WINTER. A d m i n i s t r a t r i x . St. Paul. Minnesota. R. F. dough, Attorney. Dated January 7th, Ifl3fi. S. H. JIacPeak, clerk District Court, By--Margaret Rllty. Deputy. ter driving WE CAN SELL FOR $150 LESS, OUR OVERHEAD HAS BEEN CUT IX HALF AT OL'K NEW LOCATION 10 Fourth N.E. FORMERLY THE HUPMOBILE G A R A G E America's Favorite Songs Everybody's Song Book is a col- j lection of the songs which never grow olfl. A copy should be in every home. It is the most complete collection of the favorite songs obtainable today in a popular edition. Available only through our Washington Information bureau. Here are 205 of the songs we all love to sing, expertly compiled for voice and piano. Authoritative historical notes relate the beginnings of the celebrated patriotic airs. Inclose 20 cents to cover cost, handling and postage. Use coupon. IOWA SOAP FIRM GETS INJUNCTION Government Collection of Cocoanut Oil Process Tax Barred. CEDAR RAPIDS. Jan. 16. (.-PI--A preliminary injunction, restraining the government from collection of processing- taxes on Philippine cocoanut oil. was granted in federal court here today by Judge George C. Scott in favor of the Iowa Soap company of Burlington. In his decision Judge Scott found that the processing tax act was unconstitutional and in conflict with the tenth amendment which reserves to the states and the people all powers not delegated to congress or prohibited to the states. Judge Scott also found that collection of a 3 cents a pound tax on Philippine oil and payment of the tax to the Philippine government was raising money for a foreign state inasmuch as the Philippines have been a "separate commonwealth" since Nov. 15, 1935. This fact and the fact that the processing tax act was an attempt on the part of congress to regulate and limit manufacturing within a. state were cited by Judge Scott as being in conflict with trie constitution in that congress had exceeded its authority. By a/xreement of the plaintiff Judge Scott also issued a temporary injuction restraining the plaintiff from disposal of its assets until final adjudication of the case. Th e Iowa Soap company's petition was filed to avert collection of 57,178.52 in processing tax for October, due Nov. 30. and all future tax under the act. The tax had been paid prior to that time. The injunction granted the company was subject to filing a 530,000 bond by the plaintiff. Counties Subject to Tax on Gasoline in Their Official Cars DES MOINES, Jan. 16. (.Tl--Clair Hamilton, assistant attorney general, today received a copy of an opinion by District Judge Shc-rwoocl A. Clock upholding the right of the state to Ux gasoline used by counties in official cars. j The state sued to force Story | coimty to pay about $4,500 taxes on i gasoline used by the county in offi- j cial cars. The county challenged j constitutionality of the statute, con- [ tending the state lacked the right to tax a subdivision. Judge Clock held the law was passed legally and is constitutional. SWELL IDEA I More and more as time goes on j are we disposed to applaud the orig- j inator of the planthat put the Atlantic between America and Europe.--Ohio Stale Journal. ident to break with Germany early "After building a bridge across the straits of Mackinac with the taxpayers' money," the Indianapolis Star soliloquizes. "The new deal might add one across the middle of Lake Michigan." Shhh! Don't remind them of it.-- South Bend, Ind., Tribune. For Bronchitis Coughs, Colds Acts Like a FLASH FOR SALE--1930 Chev. roadster with hot water hcataer. Will pell cheap. Bob Russell. 202 27 S. W. Ph. 617 after 6 p. m. Auto Accessories 82 AUTO GLASS Installed 98c I'SED AUTO TARTS 50% Off. CHA/EN'S 62,") S. Monroe .'we. lh. 1'90 , The Mason City Globe-Gazette Information bureau. Frederic J. Haskin. director, Washington. D. C. I inrlo^e 20 rr-nts in coin (carefully w r a p p e d ) for Everybody's Song Sook, Name Street City State (Mail to Washington, D. C.) 60,000 in Dark as Power Plant Breaks Down m New York NEW YORK, .Inn. 16. l.P)--Elec- trical experts worked feverishly today to complete the repair of a mysterious power plant breakdown which in terrifying fashion plunged j a million or more New Yorkers into darkness and crippled transpor- ! tation facilities. I Officials estimated 60.000 per- j sons were caught in the dark j labyrinth of one subway system i w h e n the power shut o f f . at. the i height of last night's rusli hour. I brought the underground cars to a I standstill. They escaped through | emergency exits. ; It's different--it's faster in action--it's compounded on superior, medical fact findings new in this country. Buckley's Mixture (triple acting-) is the name of this amazing cough and cold prescription that is so pure and free from harmful drugs that a child can take it--and stop coughing. One little sip and the ordinary cough is eased--a few doses and that tough old hang-on cough is seldom heard again--it's really wonderful to watch how speedily hard, lingering colds are put ottt of business. Get Buckley's today at Huxtable Drug Co., or any first class drug store. A SINGLE SIP PROVES IT/ USED MACHINERY BARGAINS Us«i Formal! Tractors. Rebuilt to look and run "like new. Cheap at from $475 on up. John Deere G-P Tractor, In fine shape, $375. 15-30 McCormlck Deering Tractor. In good shape. This is a real buy at only S225. 12-24 Hart-1'nrr Tractor. In first class shape. Cheap at $275. (2) 10-20 McCormick Dcering Tractors. All rebuilt to be just as good as new. Your choice, $100. F-13 Farmall Tractor and Cultivator. Can't lei! it from a new one. Discount of $200. \VK H A V K MOST F.VKRY K I N n OF VSKI) M A C H I N K K Y THAT VOIJ WANT AT OVJK YARD AT CLEAK LAKE! We also have about 20 head of good horses that are well worth thn money at our barn in Clear Lake! TKRMS WII.I. BF. M A D E TO RE- SI'ONSIBT.K I'ARTIES ON A.NY OF THIS PROrKRTV O R W I L L TRADE WITH 100 A N V TOfE! Also have several good used trucks that we will sell very reasonable, or will trade on them! Can be seen at Clear Lake anytime. MASON CITY IMPLEMENT CO. 22 Sixth St. S. E. I'hone 462 CLEAR LAKE GRAIN CO. Phone 23 There arp certainly some funny j things about the various new deal ! set-up.'- For instance, if you were j not on relief durinp t h e past sum| mer you can't £0t on now. Guess j the government wants ynu tn be a sto.Arty customer. -- Las Anlman, I Colo., Lcadf,' SALES PAVILION Clear Lake, Iowa 50 SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, '36 Beginning at 1:00 P. M. HEAD OF HORSES - 50 Including sovernl good matched pairs of young farm chunks. 3 spans of colts; balance of horses of all kinds. Last week we had one of the good horse sales in this p:irt of Iowa. ACTIVK D E M A N D FOR ALL CLASSES OF HORSES Can use a n y ki"d of horses and assure consignments of highest market prices. Can use more good Wisconsin horsps. WF, I N V I T E YOf TO ATTEND OV:R SALES Anyruif H a v i n g Machinery or Miscellaneous Article* for Sal* 1 , Bring in Saturday. Clcxr I-nko. Iowa Vhonp fi!4

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