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Mason City, Iowa
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. FEBRUARY 13 1936 SEVENTEEN THIS COLD WEATHER DOESN'T KEEP GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT ADS FROM WORKING, AND IF YOU CANNOT BRING YOUR AD IN, JUST .TELEPHONE IT ... 3800 Classified Advertising Information FifteeQ cents a line first insertion. Ten cents a line lor each consecutive subsequent Insertion. (Count five average words to the line). Seven Insertions are given lor the price Dl SIX. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ADVERTISINGS 70 cents per column Inch each Insertion. A discount ot 15 per cent will be allowed on all classjflRii advertisements paid for at tha time of insertion or not later . than 5 days thereafter. No credit extended lor classified advertising f f there l» nn account thirty days old or more. All out-of-town ails arc payable In advance. All r e f u n d s on Want Ads m u s t bo called for w i t h i n 30 days of the cancellation date of thi order. M i n i m u m charge for single advertisement, 25 cents. Answer to "blind" advertisements must be addressed to t h e letter stated in tha ad, care- of Uie Globe-Gazette. Under no circumstances will the Ctobe-Gazette reveal the of those inserting "blind" advertise- Money to Loan AUTO LOANS R-E-F-I-N-A-N-C-I-N-G FEATURES OF OUR PLAN 1. Your car need not be clear. 2. Smaller payments -- more cash advanced. 3. Pay only for time you keep Uic money. 4. Loans on late models. Bring along your registration certificate --. Quick service. Home Loan Finance Company 204 Forester's Building MONEY TO LOAN on Mason City home. Alliance Investment Co. Phone 849. ments. PHONE 3800 S a- m. and G p. m. and ask for thft Ad Taker. INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications a r e numbered according to the position in Which they appear in the section. Acreages Al» Agenta 36 Apts. for Rent .. 45 Amusements .... 7 Auto Accessories 82 Autos for Sale.. 79 Auto Storage A79 Auto Truck SO Auto Repairing .. Si Beauty Parlors .. 16 Board, Room ... 49 Bonds A 9 BiJriaj V a u n s . . . A 3 b'ldi;- Materials . 43 Business L, o c a- tions 37 Business Opportunities ... 29 Cafes, Restaurants 17 Card of Thanka 2 Chiropodists .... 13 Chiropractors ... 3-1 Cleaners, Dyers . 18 Cottages A4fi Death Notices ... 3 Dentists A37 Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 Educational Opportunities . . . , 40 Electrical Service Employment Service A30 Farms for Sale .. 0 Farms for Rent .A50 Farm Machinery 5J Florists 4 Foods A55 Funeral Directors 3 Furs 19 Garage for Rent 68 Garage for Sale 69 Gardens 41 Girts 60 Help W a n t e d , with inv Help W a n t e d , Female 31 Help W a n t e d , Male 32 Hcjp W a n t e d . Male. Frmale , A 3 f i Hide. Wnol. Furs 7S Household Goods 73 Mouses for Sale 47 Houses for Rent 4fl I n s t r u c t i o n ....» «i9 Insurance * 11 Investment ..... 10 In Mcrnoriam -- - A 2 job Printing .... 20 Laundries 21 Livestock for Sale 52 Location Wanted 6*1 Lost .and, Found 6 Lois for Sale ... 4S Machinery 51 M i l k 22 Misc. for Sale ... 5ft Misc. for Rent .. 5fi Money to Loan .. S Mortgages y M o n u m e n t s . , . Mitslciil Instr. , N u r s e r y S toe ft Osteopaths O p t o m e t r i s t s . O f C i c e s f°r Rent fi;! O f f i c e Furn., Fix. AG!) O f f i c e E q u i p m e n t (54 P a i n t i n g , Decor. 2.1 Personals Photographers .. 2. f i P l u m b i n g , Hlg. .. UP Poultry. Eggs .. 1-\ jiea t KP. Lou n,i .. A jj Kadlo Supplies .. 27 Kcal Estate .... 6G Rooms for Rent 44 Sate or Trade . ..A3S sale or Rent ...A-4'i Salesladies ... Salesmen .... Seeds, Feeds Scrv. Offered Situation \Vtd. Stamps. Coins . .AT-1 Stationery ti Stocks 72 30 Summer Cottages 67 33 61 5S 5T 1ft . A I T ... 31 ... 3f, ... 28 ...A33 .. as Swap Service Travel Bureau ..A Ti Trade or Exch. . 42 U p h o l s t e r i n g .... 5(- U'td. to Borrow . 77 Wtd. to Buy 7S tt'tri,. MIsc A7r W t d , to Rent .. 7fi IVMriflp Apparel 70 Card of Thanks We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for "the m a n y acts of kindness, spiritual and floral offerings, extended to us during our late bereavement Mrs. McDonough and family. Rockwell. Iowa. LOANS Up to $300.00 ANYWHERE IN NORTH IOWA Made to Responsible Families or Individuals NO SIGNERS NO ENDORSERS V o u r Own Security Only. Pay IntcVc-st on only actual unpaid balances for actual number of days used. Prompt, Private. Friendly Set-vice. Always. See. Phone or Write us for FREE INFORMATION C. L. Pine Loan Company Diagonally Opposite 1st Nat'). Bank 204 Weir Bldg.'. Mason City, Iowa Real Estate Loons A8 MORTGAGE LOANS ON North Iowa Farms--H-s^--5 r Mason City Real Estate--5^--6% Prompt Service--Small Expense Choice Mortgages for sole, HUGH H. SHEPARD 502-508 Foresters Bldg. Phone 284 Mason City, Iowa Salesmen 35 Property Owners Attention! Ls your mortgage due? Do you expect to buy property? Are you going to build ? Consult us about our low rate mortgage loans on Mason City residential and business property. E. W. Clark Company 204 Foresters Building. Optometrists A15 IF YOUR eyes are failing see .Dr. Knutson, Opt.. Weir Bldg., and get the best in optical service. Business Opportunities 29 FOR RENT--Building suitable for store or beer parlor, ph. 2667. Help Wanted, Female 31 WANTED exp. competent girl or woman for housework. 203 10th N. W. Phone 4272. Funeral Directors McAULEY Funeral Home -- Complete service day and night. S S. Adams. Phone 651. MEYER Funeral Home--Dependable service. 126 Third St. N. E. Phone 1505. Help Wanted, Male 32 WANTED--Man to take charge of sporting goods department. With large organization. Give complete details regarding personal history and experience. Write T-13 Globe- Gazette. WANTED--Man to take charge of electrical appliance department. Washers, radios, refrigerators. With large organization. Give personal history and experience. Write H-13 Globe-Gazette. WANTED--3 men with cars. Must furnish bond. Permanent work. Good income. 109 S. Del. 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. Burial Vaults A3 MEMORIAL. PARK--''The Cemetery Beautiful." Perpetual maintenance. Office 612, I. O.F. Bldg. Ph. 172 or 1S27J. G. M. Woodruff. Florists FOR HOME USE, for the sickroom, for funerals, for every occasion our fresh stock of home grown flowers is available. Kemble's. Ph.55. Money to Loan MONEfToTOAN 8 Just like a Valentine, our money- handed-out-quickly service will win your heart. HUMPHREY SMPA Over Kre.sge's 5-10-2Sc Stnre TOTAL COST FOR A S50 LOAN For 5 Months. Other Amounts in Proportion Security Loan Co. Phone 412 321-lst Nat'l. Bank YOUR CAR Is the source of READY CASH. Need extra cash ? Want to refinance?' \Viil loan you up to $300. United Financial Service S First St. N. W. Phone 1414 WANTED--Man to service radios and other electrical appliances. Position with large organization. Give personal history and experience. Wri'.e M-13 Globe-Gazette. WANTED -- Experienced, single, farm hand, under 35. E. A. Coun- scll, Osagc, Iowa. Situation Wanted 33 WANTED--Housekeeping by elder- Jy lady. Write L-13. Globe-Gazette. WANTED hoar work or will care for children. Ph. 329S. Services Offered A3 3 WANTED--Job on farm by exp. married man. Clean habits. Write N-13 Globe Gazette. Salesmen 35 MEN WANTED for Rawleigh routes of 800 families in East Floyd, Winneshick. West Black Hawk counties and Clear Lake. Reliable hu.«tior should start earning 525 weekly and increase rapidly. Write today. Rawleigh, Dept. IAB- 3SO-S. Freeport. 111. TAILORING Salesmen to sell Bro- hard-Raincr "Good Shirts." Made to measure. 80 hip samples. Three prices. Established 1924. Big opportunity for hustlers. Brohard-Rainer Shirt Corp., 716 Fourth St.. Cincinnati. Ohio. YOUNG MEN--Expansion program of leading manufacturer has sales opening for several young men who desire to better present position; good earnings and future for men who qualify. No canvassing. Car. Apply Feb. 14, Mr. Schatz, Hanford Hotel, 10 to 5. MECHANICALLY inclined man with car for Mason City district, S4S week and expense allowance while learning; also commission; bonus. S1.2.V) cash required. Write R-12, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Salesman between 30 or 45 years, with grocery and coffee experience with car, h e a d q u a r - ters Mason City. Answer, experience and all about yourself. Sales Manager. 214 North Second street. Minneapolis, Minn. Swap Service 38 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, zeg'ular rates will be charged. Autos for Sole 79 SWAP--1 9 tube RCA Victor, A-l cond. for Jarge outboard motor. Write ZZ-11, Globe-Gazette. Sale or irade ASS FOR Studebaker sedan, excellent condition. Ph. 457, Bull Paint Shop. Rooms For Rent 44 FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. Ph. 1618. Aprs, for Rent 45 FOR RENT--3 rm. unfurn. apt., with kitchenette, light, gas, water furn. Inq. 217 N. Fed, Ave. FOR RENT--i rm. mod. heated apt. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. FOR RENT--Furn. apt. Heat and water furn. Ph. 2357. FOR RENT--Mod. 1st. floor apt. Adults onlv. 103 N. Penn. For Rent--Mod. 4 rm. u n f u r n . hea.t- cd apt, newly dec. 1452 N. Fed. FOR RENT--3 rm. and bath front apt.. 2 Murphy beds. Ph. 210. FOR RENT -- Nicely furn. small apt., automatic heat, close in. Ph. 2243. FOR RENT -- Unfurn. or p a r t l y f u r n . apt. Gas heat. pri. ent. 298S. FOR RENT--Mod. 4 rm. u n f u r n heated apt. Gas heat, lights, water furn., 525. 10 9 N. E. Ph. 3676.7. Houses For Rent 46 FOR RENT--Mod. 6 rm. house. With garage. Close in. ?20. Phone 1150. FOR RENT--S rm. mod. house. Close in. Very choice. Fine finish. For March 1st. W. L. Patton, 109 East State. FOR.RENT--5 rm. bungalow S30; 5 rm. summer bungalow, ,?30: 3 rm. apt., S10;. 10 rm. house, $20. Geo. Van Every. Ph. 39S3. FOR RENT--6 rm., partly modern, house at 525 N. Mass. Ph. 1140. FOR RENT--5 rm. bungalow. 24:7 FOR RENT--5 rm. house 510 per mo. Inquire 434; Sth S. W. Houses For Sale 47 FOR SALE--Modern 7 rm. house, well located, close in. $400 cash down, balance on easy terms. Beck Bros. Co. Sole or Rent A47 FOR SALE OR RENT--Well imp., well fenced 200 A. 2 miles S. E. Taopi, Minn. Fall plowing completed; plenty new seeding, possession March 1st; 20'c down, bal. easy terms. Crop and cash rent. Unimproved 120 A. Mitchell Co. 80 A. work land 40 acres pasture; good well and creek pasture S6.000.00; 20% down, balance easy terms, or will rent crop and cash. Glen E. Peck. 631. Higley Bldg'., Cedar Rapids, loiva. Farms For Sale 50 REAL BARGAIN 153 acres, all tillable, good black soil. Highly improved. 9 room house, furnace heat. Fine dairy barn, silo and other outbuildings. Price .$75 per acre. Loan 57,000 at Z\' 2 %. Possession March 1st. Close to school and small town. T. W. GILPIN Northwood Iowa Buy a USED Car with Confidence Two Day Money-Back Guarantee Renewed R G Guaranteed Means: BODY FOR FARM BARGAINS See T. W. Gilpin. Northwood, Iowa. Forms For Rent A50 FOR RENT--160 acre farm, share rent. See Jim Novak, Manly Feed Mill. FOR RENT--240 A. near Mason City, Iowa, 160 near Emmons, Minn.: 200 near Titonka, Iowa. Cash rate preferred. Ph. 68. Farm Machinery 55 FOR SALE 2 reconditioned John Deere general purpose tractors. Completely overhauled. CERRO GORDO IMPLEMENT COMPANY Ph. 444 115 8th S. E. Livestock For Sale 52 FOR SALE--Team of good horses. Louis Schneider, NE. Hanlontown. FOR SALE --Fresh milk goat. Harold Wolcott, Rockwell. Iowa. Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 FOR SALE--Fine. pups, part Scottie, S2.f0 up, also ped. wirehair terriers. 912 4th S. W. Ph. 3965. FLOOR MATS--Clean, in Good Condition GLASS--O. K. HARDWARE--In Place and in Good Condition METAL--Free from Dents, Breaks or Cracks PAINT--Good PLATED PARTS--Bright TOP--In Good Condition, No Leaks UPHOLSTERY--Clean. No Un- repaired, Torn Places STRIPED L BRAKES ADJUSTMENT--LININGS. LINKAGE All 0. K. CHASSIS BUMPERS-- In Good Condition Fenders Dents Good Finish, No FRAME, RADIUS RODS, Etc. -- 0. K., Lubricated TIRES--Good K UNIVERSAL J O I N T S -- I n Good Working Order . WHEEL--Bearings, Toe-in, 0. y\ K. BATTERY--Fully Charged GENERATOR -- Charging Proper Rate LIGHTS--All Burning CLUTCH IN GOOD WORKING ORDER ELECTRICAL SYSTEM T at STARTER--Good Working Order WIRING--0. Car K. Throughout BEARINGS--O. K. CARBURETOR -- Clean Properly Adjusted COMPRESSION -- Correst in All Cylinders--This means that Pistons, Rings and Valves are in Good Working Order FUEL PUMP--Clean, in Good E N G I N E . HOSE and CONNECTIONS -- In Good Condition IGNITION POINTS -- Clean, Properly Set and in Good Condition OIL--Crankcase Full of Good, Clean Oil, Oil Pressure Correct SPARK PLUGS-~Clcan, All O. Working Order K., Properly Spaced RADIATOR CLEAN--NO LEAKS REAR AXLE RING GEAR AND PINION IN GOOD WORKING ORDER SPRINGS LEAVES--In Good Condition SHACKLES--Free Acting STEERING ENTIRE STEERING SYSTEM IN GOOD WORKING ORDER TRANSMISSION IN GOOD WORKING ORDER TOOLS FULL SET Y T E Lodges and Societies I, O. O. r. I.ODGK NO. J2J I5V4 E. STATK PHONES 3U4-1V 2U4J 3rd rlrerrr und refrc.ihmentn T\ie«., Feb. Ifi, ectinc every Tuesday T:30 P. M. J. C. ROBINSON. N. G. Th. 825 W A Y M A N CLOSSON nee. Sec 1 )'. 3167. H. J. PINE. Fin. scc'y. I-OYAI. ORDER OP MOOSE K HALfy--2ND ANI S. FEDERAL Phona 1278 Meets Ilrnt and third Tuts- d(\3's of each month. Every 4th Tuesday ts f a m i l y night, W. P. C H A M B E R U N . Dictator, phone 2549. W I L L I A M GKOTH. SefJ. Phono 303SW BKJVEI OLK.VCK MIDGE NO. US A. F. AM) A. M-- -:30 r. M. S t n l f d communication first Thursday of each month. C, I. WOOD. W. M. C. P. SHIPLEY. Scc'y. 7,000 returns for each · available field man, it will not be possible to issist taxpayers to any great ex- .ent. How will the tax Ite computed? Compute the tax on the first 51.000 of net income or less at 1 per cent: the second SI,000 or fraction thereof at 2 per cent; the third $1.000 or fraction thereof at 3 per cent: the fourth $1.000 or fraction thereof at 4 per cent and any a m o u n t in excess of $4.000 at 5 per cent. Acid the amounts of the computations and the total will be your tax. Personal exemptions and credit for dependents will be redticted from the tax in "dollars" and the Computed tax less personal exemption and credit for dependents will be the net amount payable. H A R D I N G LOIIGK NO. 6411 A. F. AND A. M. 7:30 I 1 . M. Stated m c p l l n R First Friday or each month. L. L. RAYMOND. W. M. C. C. BALPHIDE. Scc'y. ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA MOOSE HALL Canij. rm'Cts 2nd and l h Thursday. 7:30 P. M. Cluh mrcis 1st and 3rd Thnrsrhiy.i, 2 P. Af. M A R G A R K T JOHNSON. Oracle. K A Y B U m V O K T H . Kec. Phone 13721V" H;KKN RERKKAII LODGE NO. 100 I. O. O. e. I I A U -- 7:30 P. M. Jlcetlnts every first n.nd t h i r d Fridays of m o n t h . P, N. G- A. meets first Tlims- day a/ternoon each month, MKS. IDA CI-OSSON, N. G. 34R7. MRS. WIN NUTTING. R. S. .VJGW. MRS. It. E KOUVINSKA. F. S. HSSJ. Only Cars that meet these R The following; 1 -- 1935 Ford V-S Deluxe Tudor. Only 9.000 miles. $235.00 down, and S20.00 per month. r Square 1 -- 1931 Ford Deluxe Tudor $100.00 down, $15.00 per month requirements are classified as G CARS are R G Values -1--1934 Ford V-8 Tudor. S170.00 down, $20.00 per month. -TM 33 F ^TM Tudor SMO.OO down. J20.00 per month. Deal Values . 1--1931 Chevrolet Coach. 5100.00 . down, $15.00 per month. Wagtaer Motor Co 202 FIRST STREET S. E. PHONE 922 Misc. For Sale FOR SALE--English type baby fr'-aST- Used a b o u t 6 months. Very reasonable. Ph. 3599J. Foods A55 RED RIVER VALLEY GROWN EARLY OHIO AND COBBLER Potatoes PER BAG 98c Oranges 2 DOZEN J5c Thursday and Friday Only Earl's Fruit Market 1603 S. Federal Phone 1138 Wearing Apparel 70 FOR SA Ph. 2072. Household Goods 73 FOR SALE -- Wringer rolls, all make machines. Saw Shop, 228 S. Fed. Ph. 782. FOR SALE--Used furniture on display at Cadwell Transfer Storage Co. 303 Sth S. W. BARGAINS on heating: and cook stoves, overcoats, car chains. B. O. Exchange, I40S N. Fed. Wanted to Buy 75 WANTED--To buy 6 heavy roosters and 1 drake. Frank Dankbar. Ventura, Clear Lake Ph. 25F22. WANTED--Good Buff Orpington roosters. Bronze gobbler. Mrs. Harold Wolcott, Rockwell, Iowa. HIGHEST Prices paid tor killer horses. Ph. 2731R2. WANTED--Used rurnlture. Joe Goss. 212 South Federal. Ph. 942. WANT--To buy an old violin. Will also trade xvith a collection, old Roman coin. B. C. Danish antiques m brass, copper, silver, I n d i a n arrowheads. Miss Johanne .lensen, 516 Court St., Albert Lra. M i n n . Autos for Sale 79 FOR SALE--1931 Chevrolet Sedan. Extra clean. 575.00 down-- S1S.OO per month. Folsom Auto Co., 722 South Federal avenue. Autos for Sale HUPMOBILE" 7-PASSENGER SEDAN 6 wire wheels, trunk rack, hot water heater. If you want a big roomy car don't miss this one. Runs good. New tires. LEGAL NOTICE O R I G I N A L NOYH'K. In Mir I l k l r l H Court «'f Itiivft In nnd for (Vrro,. CcMinl,v. A[»rll Term. 11130. Henry K. W n n i l r c y . p l a i n t i f f vs. Rmmn. A. N ' c f f c . A. (.'.. Net-Co. N r l l i c A r m si r u n s . I.oni M o l s h e r r y . C. A. Molnht-rry. r.t-acfi A. Sclilospcr, J o h n N » p f c , M r s , John Jsif. yi'ternce r,. O r h p i r , M J c h n r l C. C n r h o t t . a n r l n i l u n k n o w n c t n l m n n t * nnd « l l pcraons u n k n o w n r In I mint; any rip; h i . l i t l c .ir intiMTst in f i n d 10 the f o l l o w i n g ile- frribcfl rfrtl f.-'lafe ainmU'ti in Cerro Gor) Cniiiit'. lovut, l o - w i l : ( ' o m m e n c i n K at a p o i n t 24 J n - l West of t h e SK corner of I-ot 3 In Lot '2 in Block "K" in N o r t h Afasrm Cily. town. Tdc'nre r u n n i n g Wc.fft nlnni; Die -Smith l i n e o r aiiirt Lot. 3. l o » j f p p l . Tlioncc d u e N o r t h .T rud*. Them:e \\\e K a p t 3V~ Icl, T h c n r r d i l r S o u t h 3 rods ti plnce of h p R i n n i n K ; unit a l l heirs. spouse. 0 , H f l M K n K , (·cnnli*e5, IP RH lees, de- visens n n d liomrticlimeM of each nnd a l l of Above n n m c r t r t c f c n ' l R n i - « . D e f e n d a n t s To tin- nliovi: naniPd I l n f c n d i i i i t u : Von a n d cnch ot you n r e hnn-hy n o t i f i e d Hint the p e t i t i o n o f t h e p j n i n t i f t I n t h e n b u v e e n t i t l e d acllnn is new on file in the o f f i c e of the ClerU or the District Court of Ct Gorrto Couniy. Iowa, c l a i m i n g t h a t p l a i n t i f f Ls the owner in fpe simple of the f o l l o u - i n t ; ilcscrllied rrj\] e s t a t e s i t u a t e d in Ccrro G O i d o C m m t y , J o w a , t o - w i t : C n m m i - i i f l r i K lit n p o i n t 24 f c f t \YfN of Iho Si.iithcnot. ( S K ) rimir-r of Lot 3 In r.ol 2 in Blftrk "H" In .Nnrlh M A M M I C i t y . Jnivii. 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Thcnoc d u e F.nM Ifti/-. trrt, Ttirurv .hie S»ulb ;t rod.-, to p!»ci; ol l i r K l i i n l n i ; . a n d t i n t d e f e n d a n t s m n k e some c l a i m To said real e s t a t e a d v e r s e in t h e t i l l t - o f p l a i n t i r f In funt an t t t f r t y ; {ilniniifl cliiim.t itint none of t h e r i ' e r y n r i n n t s have any r i f i h t , t i t l e o r i n - tn-est t h e r e i n a n d t h a i p l a i n t i f f n n d hifi I m - m e d i a t e g r a n t o r s have lieen m ihe R*jle, com- p7c(e nnd flcdial at(ver.*c possess Ion of said ] p f t A l e umler c l a i m o f t i t l S O r* /"M TFM 7f\ S\T r"-n r " al «" fl 'e u n u p r « i n i m o[ u u e jinn n w n i - r (V K ( H r V K f l l r s h i p t h p r e °f f0r roo« I l i a n len y* Br " !ast *-*- 4.V V_,l IJLi V JAV/JLjJL* 1 I p a s t - n l n l n t i f f asks t h a t i h e t i t l e to s n l d COMPANY USED CAR BARGAINS 1929 Pontiac Big Six Coach. Good tires, a little rough, but lots of transportation. 1936 license .? 75 1928 Chevrolet 4-Door Sedan. New paint, 1936 license.. $ 95 1929 Pontiac Big Six Coach. Good tires, new paint and good mechanically. 1936 license $175 JOHN G A L L A G H E R Pontiac 6's S's Sales Service 25-27 2nd S. E. Phone 1567 Open Evenings and Sundays FOR SALE--2 1936 Chev. sedans at a discount. See them at bapi- ner Motor Co. Auto Truck 80 TheWINTERMART AT THK FAIKGKOUNDS Any Trire Car You Want. About 150 to Choose From. Dependable Guarantees antl Rates. Enfranee Just West of Federal on N i n e t e e n t h Street. WAGNER MOTOR CO. J. H. MARSTON 1929 FORD 1 1-2 Ton Short Wheelbase Truck with Coal Body. Here is a job you can buy and go right to work ivith. Motor runs good, good tires. YOUR OLD MODEL T OR ANY OTHER OLD CAR OR TRUCK · AND $99.00 BUYS THIS ONE. TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED. S R CHEVROLET COMPANY North Iowa's Lp^iling- Automobile Dc-aler. "We Always Have the Buys" e s t a t e be q u i t M p d in him and t h a t each and all of the d e f e n d a n t s be h n r r e d and f o r - RVT - f t o p p e d from c l i t l m i r t R or ns.iertlnK any r i R h t . t i t l e o r i n t e r e s t t h e r e i n . Now u n l ^ s ? you a p p m r t h c r e l o a n r i d e f e n d before noon of ;he second d a y of t h e next I r n n nf saM Court w h i c h w i l l convene n t t h e in M«.=on C i t y , Iowa, c n m m c n c i n p on A p r i l fi. 13.16. d e f a u l t \vill hf- rnterpfl n^ains! y o u and j t i d c m e n t r e n d e r e d t h n r r o n in accordance w i t h t h e prayer of said petition. R A L P H K. flTANPF.RV. A t t o r n e y f o r P l a i n t i f f . -Your Income lax- DUPLICATE RETURN REGULATIONS GIVEN NO. 7 To carry out the provisions of section 55 ( b l O f the revenue act of 1934, as amended by an act (Public. No. 401 approved April 19, 1935, every person (except nonresident alien required to file an income return for a taxable year or period beginning on or after Jan. 1, 1935, must file with the return a copy thereof on the duplicate form (green paper I , which will be provided for that purpose, or a photo- static or photographic copy of the original return. Puch copy must be a complete duplicate of the return except that the affidavits on the duplicate form need not be filed in. The copy on the duplicate form must also include any schedules and statements attached to the original return except (1) schedule C-l ( i n formation to be furnished by corporations as to compensation of officers and employes in excess of $15.0001. ( 2 1 in the case of a fiduciary return the copy of the will or trust instrument. ( 3 i in the case of a return made b y ' a n agent the power of attorney on form 935 or form 936, and ( 4 | in the case of an insurance company the copy of the annual statement made to the state insurance department. Made Avallniilc. In accordance with the sta.tute above mentioned, within a reasonable time a f t e r they ar« filed the copies of the returns will be made available for inspection in the office of the collector of internal revenue in which the returns arc filed, by any official, body, or commission lawfully charged with the adminis- tration of any state tax law. if the inspection is for the purpose oC obtaining information to be furnished to local taxing authorities. The law provides that the inapec. tion shall be permitted only upon written request of the governor of svich state, designating thf representative of such official, body, or commission to make the inspection on behalf of such official, body, or commission. Th e s t a t u t e does nnt authorize inspection of the duplicate returns by the public. Opfln (o Public. Inspection of returns is governed by subdivision (ai of section 55, which provides, in effect, that income returns made under the revenue act of 1934 shall be open to public inspection onlv to the extent expressly provided by law or as authorized in regulations approved by the president, and this provision is similar to the provisions of preceding revenue acts. Under existing law and the regulations approved by the president income returns are not open to inspection by the general public. Stand m Line for Pension in Illinois ROCKFORD, HI., (.Ti--Nearly a thousand persons seeking to apply for the Illinois old age pension stood In line Thursday and slowly worked their way past the desk of Frank Peterson, pension superintendent for Winnebago county. The county pension board was named only Wednesday by .ludge 0. M. Williams. NOTICE OF T H K A P I - O I N T M E N T OF K X K c r T O R S . STATK OF I O W A . Cprrd P.oinu Counly. S-". Nn. 178'J. N O T I C K IS H E R K B Y ( 5 I V K N . M i n t I h o u n ' i e i s i g n e d h a v e h e p n (Inly apjioinU'ri an'! q n a l i i ' i p i l ns K x n c u l o r s fif the f i n a l e of Lou!* W. K r u p u e ! niM-OHHcil. l a t e of Orro C.oirto O o u n l y . A l l pirsons i n d c l H c d t o s n i n e s t a t e f l r e requested t o m a k e i i m n e ' l i a t e p a y m e n t : a n d th'ise l i a v i n c claim.* a g a i n s t t h e s a m e will present t h e m , d u l y a t i t h e n t t i ^ t r i i . n, i h p u i i i i f r s l K T i f t l for »llovvsii'-e. anil file j n t h e o f f i c e of t h e O l f r k i'f the r i s t r i c t Court. W I L L I A M K R I ' n C K I . I.OK1S KRUr.r-.KI. a n ' i THKC-fJORr; P. i.0.\:. Kxerntors, 1.. R. K^mhower. A t t o r n e y Dated F e b r u a r y 12!h. 19.Tfi. S. H. M e P e a k . Clerk District Court By M a r e a r e l R i l e y . d e p u t y . YOUR IOWA INCOME TAX Prepared for Iowa Daily Press Association by State Board of Assessment and Review. COCNc:iI, rKO^KKniNr.S FOR THE MONTH OK J A N U A R Y , IRIS P . f B U l n r m e e t i n g of the C i l y Council. All members p r e s e n t . Thfi c o t i i r n c t for t h e r n n s l r u c t i o n of p n v - ing on .YorfJi Ttiylnr Avenue unrt Kfirtti Hftni|ishlr« A v e n u e , h a v i n g h c f n com pi Pled, t h e same w«.i ordered t u r n e d over to ( h e c o n t r a c t o r t o ^ c t h o p w i t h a n y money p a i d I n .An Ka pern cut from Robert J. nnd G e n p v i t j v e Min-ion Mul.tli. over nnd Ri:ros* a n d t h r o u g h t l i f K a s t r feel, of Loi I T . Block 1 in \Vikhvoo.l A d d i t i o n , was p r e s e n t e d , approved n n . ] plarert on f i l e . R e s o l u t i o n No. 2200 was p r e s e n t e r ! and ndop!(?d. Th«- ' ' n n t r a c t s of I h c Thomas Fly-in Cnsi! C o m p a n y were presented and o r d e r e d exec u t e d . rily H u l l . JRiiimt-y 13.' lfl;in. Special m r p t i n g of i h e ' c i ' y Council. A H Mr. F. J. H f l n / n n a n d .\rr. K a r l S m i t h wflrfi p r p s p n t to fiifciis! I h c proposer! rpm o v n l of s i r c e t . car I r a r k s of the ,\!a.'nn C i l y flnrj CI^.Tr'rfp K a i l w a y f r o m clt v P t c p e l s . .Vo action wrts lak*-n. J- H. M r , K W K N . C i l y Clerk. F I N A N C I A L S T A T K M K X T C I T V OF CASH ACCOUNTS Ca.'h on H a n d in Bond F»mrts J a n u a r y i. ip;jfi . , ' , . ' . Cash on Hand in Olfi. 1 !' Fund* J a n u a r y 1, 19'jr, '.'. I'm ire D t p a r i m e n t -- Fines n n d Pees Police D e p n r t m r n t -- L i c e n s e s I n s p e c t i o n s , , '_ * " ' C i g a r e t t e l,i(;en.*es , Beer Pet m i l s '. *'."i,''" t,»litrntt'y Ft-es '".'.'" ' " M i l k O i s t n l n i t o r H ' P e r m i t s P l u m b e r s * S t a t e R e n e w a l c a r d s ... .'.'.'."'.! 1!'.!!!]]]! f o c i r f f i i l n l s nn Special A B j i i ' S s n i e n t P.tpttir I ' n v i n K " ' , , H» posits -- F i r e m e n . Policemen . j . i b r a r y -- Fines n n r j Fees ...." S j i e c i n ! Assessment!; " * ' ' Salu of W a t e r . ?nlfi of Metpr.s. S e r v i c P f . ele. .,'.'.,[.[.,'..'.[ ...[.^,'.''.', I . a h o r a n d M a t e r i a l . . . . ' Poll Taxrs Taxes AUNTMET By Robert Quillcn "Nature balances things pretty well. The one that has nice ankles ain't got much sense, and the one that's got a pretty face is curved in the wrong places." J .MA^O- :!Ti l . T i l . l 27.21P. 1 ! TOTAL R K C K I P T S . ... K x p e i i d H u r e * f n r M o n t h ; 1).737.07 2 S t . 2 i I . 2 3 , O f f i c e Supplier , city Han ."..I!!!!!!!! Miscellaneous ".'.'.'. t I PROTF.CTION OP I,IFF, AND P R O P K Pi .lice r V p s r t m p n t ! F i r e D p p a r l m e n t . , | Miscellaneous .. - 5 1 . M l . 2 * 1 I.M.^3 S^R.TA 85..-..*, J - 1 K A I - T H ,\N'p S A N I T A T I O N ' .......... , , , ,,, SewaRc Di5po.«ftl n n d F r w r r e . . , . , , .:artm*:e Disposal a n d C o l l e c t i o n s 1934 CHEVROLET TRACTOR TRUCK AND SEMI- TRAILER You can haul a 10-ton load on this equipment. S R CHEVROLET C O M P A N Y North Iowa's Lending Automobile Dealer QUESTION'S. ANSWERS AVho must makp returns? Sinple persons who had a net income of 5600 or more or gross income of $3,000 or morp, and married ronplrs who bad net income of ? 1.000 or more or gross income of $3,000 or more. AVhrn musi returns hn f i l r d ? Before m i d n i g h t March 31. 1936. Whprft must they hp f U r d ? At the office of income tax division, state board of assessment and review. Des Moincs. personally or by mail. Where nnd how will the fax be I p a i d ? j At the same office, either in pcr- 1 son or by mail, with chock, monev order or draft attached, and payable to treasurer of the state of Iowa, How miisJ the return be pre- pa red ? Read c a r e f u l l y t h e instructions in your (ax blank] and you w i l l h a v e no d i f f i c u l t y in m a k i n g a correct, re- i turn. As there will be more than Street L i s h t i n p ........... . Si reft C!»aninc ................. Motor K q u i p . S u p p l i e s a n d R e p a i r R e m o v i n g Snow a n d T r e i r i n c B r f l s r lfi£'- \VFA U . R T I 7 ( . 3 ! lfi.1 I f i ... S 11.T.M . , fi. : ntl " r i n t r - l t ' ; 57:.. 7 n 5 -i.r^T.'S in O'-h*r Fund,* , «S«.211.23 H K N A K , M \ T K , Oil;- Auditor.

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