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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 6, 1934
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MARCH 6 I 11934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FIFTEEN Sell Your Baby Chicks Now Through Globe-Gazette Want Ads--Phone 3800 Classified Advertising Information Piftteo cenu a line first Insertion. Ten cents a line for each consecutive »u ·erjuent Insertion, (Count five average word* to the lint) Seven insertions are given for the price «t elx. CLASSIFIED DIEFIaAT ADVERTISING TO centa per column Inch each insertion. A discount of 15 per cent will b« allowed on (Ul classified advertisements paJd the Urao of Insertion or not later than ,5 days thereafter. Alt out-oMowcs ads are payable in advance. All refunds on' Want Ads must ,bt called for within 30 daya oJ the cancellfttlon date of tho order. Answer to "blind" advertisementu must be addressed to the letter atated In the ad, care of the Globe-Gazette. Under no ctr- cumstances will the Globe-Gaiett* reveal the name of those Inserting "blind" advertise- "^Minimum cnarge for ilngl* advertisement. 55 cents. FHONB S800 ottween 8 a. m. and c P. m. a 0 * ft** for tho Ad Taker. INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications are numbered according to the position In which they appear In the section. 29 Agents so Apts. for Rent i. 45 Amusements .... 1 Auto Accessurles 82 Autos for Sale .. 78 Auto Storage ...A7 Auto Trucks ... So Auto Repairing . 81 Beauty Parlors . 16 Board, Room ... 49 Bldg. Materials . 43 Business L o c a- Uon 37 Business Opportunities C a f u s. Restaurants 3? Card ot Thanka 2 Chiropodists 13 Chiropractors ... 14 CIeaner5. Dyers . 18 Cottages ..A46 Death Notices .. i rogs. Birds, Pets 63 Educational Opportunities ... 40 Electrical Servlca 61 Employment Service ..A30 Farms for Sale . 50 Farms for Rent -A50 Firm Machinery 51 Flortsta 4 roods .'..:.;.'..."A55 FuneraJ Directors 3 Furs 19 Garage for Rent 68 Garage for Sale 88 Gardens .- 41 GUIs ,,,, 60 Help W a n t e d , With Inv. 30 Help W a n t e d , Female ../... Si Help w a n t e d , Male-.., 3 Helj» w a n t e d , Male,. Female. .A36 . Hide, WooJ, Furs 78 Household Goods 73 Houses for Sale 47 Houses for Rent 48 instruction 39 Insurance 11 Investment 10 In Uemoriam . .A 2 Job Printing ... -20 Laundries Livestock for Sale Location Wanted Lost and Found Lota (or Sale ... Machinery * Milk * Misc. for Sale ., Misc. for Rent .. Money to Loan Mortgages .Monuments .....A ' Moving. Storage 23 Musical Lnatr. jS'ursery Stock '.. Offices for Rent oriice EqulpU .. Osteopaths ..... Painting, Decor. Personals Photo prapners .. Plumbing. Htg, . Poultry, Eggs .. Radio Supplies .. Real Estate Wtd. 66 Rooms for Rent 44 Sale or Trade . .A38 Sale or Rent ...A47 Salesladies ";...V 34 Salesmen 35 Seeds. Feeds ... 28 Sen-. Offered ,».A33 Situation Wtd. ... 33 Stamps, Coins ..A74 Stationery 71 Stocks '.. 72 Summer Cottages 67 Swap service ;.,. 38 Travel Bureau . -A 5 Trade or Exch. . 42 Upholstering .. Wtd. to Borrow 77 Wtd. to Buy ... 75 Wtd.. Misc A75 Wtd. to Rent .. 76 Wearing Apparel 70 Card of Thanks We wish to thank our many friepds and neighbors for their kindnesses, sympathy and floral offerings during our recent bereavement. Thomas Query and Family, Mrs. Carl PacK, Miss Deva Whalen, . : Mrs. C. A. Moriarity. Funeral Directors 3 METER FUNERAL HOME--Dependable service. 243 Fifth street S.' E. Ph. 1505. PATTERSON FUNERAL HOME-A service for those who care. Ambulance. 322 N. Wash. Ph. 1140. RANDALL Funeral Home--Ambulance service. 104 3rd St N. E. Ph. 511. C. E. Snipps. H. B. Major. Florists IN the hour of joy as well as to sorrow, flowers best express your sentiments. Strictly fresh homegrown stock. Kembles. Ph. 55. Monuments A4 MARK every grave with a monument from Mason City Cut Stone and Mon't Co., 504 N. Monroe 783. Personals SPENCER Corsets, girdles, corse- lettes, designed to slenderize your figure. Ph. 3856. 119% E. State. Lost and Found LOST--6 weeks old springer spaniel pup, brown and white; near Roosevelt School. Phone BIBS. W. H. TtTRNBULL, 1315W Money to Loan 8 FURNITURE AUTO LOANS COMBINATION LOANS Cars Refinanced and Payments Reduced HOME LOAN FINANCE CO. Second Foor, I. O. F. Bldg. PRIVATE LOANS on city property. Write F-21, Globe-Gazette. Money to Loan 8 CHARACTER LOANS -- 550 or more. ?10 is cost of ?100 loan. A year to pay. 207 V 2 N. Federal. LOANS NOW Available If you need money NOW for any purpose, come in and let us explain our helpful .loan plan. Prompt Friendly Service LOANS UP TO ?300 Small Monthly Payments Write or Telephone United Financial Service F. M. HUMPHREY, Mgr. 3 First St. N. W. First Door \Ve*t of Adams Drug Phone. 1414 DO IOC NEED MONEX? $40 $50 $100 $200 FUMJ1TUKE LOANS . SALARY LOANS AUTO LOANS ·DIAMOND LOANS SECURITY LOAN CO. 321 1st Nat! Bldg. Ph. 412 Insurance 11 LAPSED INSURANCE MAY BE VALUABLE If anyone in your family has died in the last-few years bring policies and last receipt to us for inspection. Consultation Free. All other policy values and claims investigated. SHEBINS INSURANCE SERVICE 435 L O. F. Bidg. Phone 440 Beauty Parlors 16 PERMANENT waves $1.00 to $3. Shampoo and finger wave 30c. Ph. SOU, call for Le Moderne Annex. 212i/ 2 N. Fed. Ave. Painting, Decorating 24 Have returned and am again FAINTING AND PAPERING Welcome old and new customers. \V. A. "Lefty" Stewart, Ph. Z436W Help Wanted, !-emale 31 WANTED--Girl for housework. 416 5th N. W. WANTED--Good capable middle aged Judy to cook in small cafe. OSHEEVI CAFE Klemme, Iowa Help Wanted, Male 32 WANTED--Married man with large boy to work on farm. House, garden, milk, butter and place for chickens furnished. State' wages ana full .particulars. Write. L Globe-Gazette. Situation Wanted 33 ~JI~~*mm~ *.,***·----f*--*~f*~ ~*~ *^ EXP. Farm hand wants work. 22 N. Monroe. C. R. Link. EXP. Man wants work on farm. Louis Halverson, 1133 E. State St. EXP. Woman wants housework or housekpg. Ph. 46SJ, Clear Lake. IS THERE a grocery man in North Iowa who wants an experienced clerk? Write Y-5, Globe-Gazette. Services Offered A33 I SHARPEN YOUR DISC on your farm. Drop me a postcard. J. H. WESTCOTT Plymouth, Iowa ROOFS repaired Phone 3S30 Male, Female A3 6 WANTED--Young married couple on farm. Good milker. State wagres. Write N-5, Globe-Gazette. 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 Wand Ad counter. Regular rates will be charged for every line over 3 lines, besides 10 cents for each answer. SWAP--3 white rabbits for what have you? Write TT-6, Globe-Gazette. SWAP Equity in Clear Lake cottage for small M. C. house. Write JJ-3, Globe-Gazette. SWAP 3 good Holstein cows for good Chev. 6 or model A Ford truck. Write. YY-6, Globe-Gazette. SWAP ..;-- Bicycle for trombone. Write KK-6, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--'26 model T Ford for car, radio, good condition. Write MM- 6, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Bulldog for '27 Chev. motor. Write SS-3. Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Machinery or gas engine for hay, grain or stock. Write KK-3 Globe-Gazette. SWAP--10 tube Spartan radio perfect, cond. for car. Write Z2-3, Globe-Gazette. Instruction 39 MAN: Age 18-45. To qualify in retail merchandising field and government work. Experience not essential. Man selected trained. Personal interview by writing 1-6, Globe-Gazette. Trade or Exchange 42 EXCHANGE Customer: will exchange 5 clear MidlaSjd Heights lots for good, modern house or small North Iowa farm'. Beck ' Bros. Co. Rpomt ior Rent 44 FOR RENT--3 rms. Ph, 1027J. FOR 1 RENT'--"Room, board and laundry, reasonable. 212 12th N. W.' Ph. 2472. ' FOE RENT--Slpg,. w.;Ph. 1618. FOIt KENT--S unfurn. rms., 1st «,,· shower bath, garage, also 1 and 2 hski*ft. rms., hot water'heat. Inq. 322 3rd N. E. · Apts. for Rent 45 FOR.RENT-1-Funi. apt. 712-N.Mad.. FOa'RENT--Mod. fum. 2 rm! apt. 418 S. Georgia. FOR RENT--2 -rm. furh. apt., gas heat. Fine location. 102 S. Conn. FOR RENT--Apts., turn, or unfurn. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. FOR RENT--Nicely f urn; 2 rm. front apt. Heat, gas, lights, elec.' refrig. and phone fum. Ph. 2389. FOR RENT--Large, unfarn. apt. Five large rooms. Fine glassed In living porch.' Splendid equipment. Ph. 16S7W. FOR RENT--TJnrurn, apt. 14 5 NE. FOR RENT--;2 mi. and kitchenet furn. apt.', clean, pleasant, close in. Ph. 1903. Houses ior Rent 46 FOR RENT--2 rm. hse., 121 4 S. W.' FOR RENT--527^0, -4 rm. mod., extra choice, close in; garage. 537.50, very best; modem. W. L. Patton, 109 Bast State. RENT YOUR..HOME from Briar List your, property with Briar Buy a home from Briar. Ph. 3414. Houses for Sale 47 FOR SALE--House. Call 1027J. FOR.SALE--4 rm. hse. Ph. 2667. Lots for Sale 48 FOB SALE--A few choice res. lots at exceedingly low prices. Get your lot for the new home now. M. M. MOEN CO., Phone 837 Board, Room 49 BOARD and room. Ph. 3697. Farms for Rent A50 FOR KENT--FOB CASH 128 Acre Farm, Inquire at EARL'S FKUIT MARKET 1603 South Federal Farm Machinery 51 FOR SALE: One new 20x30 Wallis tractor- for almost half price. Write Box 146,-New Hampton, Iowa. FOR SALE--Separator. 927 N. Polk. Livestock for Sale 52 FOR SALE--Good work horses. Terms to responsible parties. Clear Lake Grain Co., Clear Lake, Iowa. Pop. Birds, Pets_J»3 FOE SALE, CHEAP--A fine two year old police dog, can be seen at G. H. Grant's market just east of Clear take, Iowa, FOR SALE--Puppies, Toy black and tan terriers, Toy spaniels, toy fox terriers, males or females, $4, also: grown dogs. ' Eamie peetz, Lawler, Iowa. FOR SALE--Singers, $2. Ph. 2271. Misc. for Sale 55 FOR SALE at closing out-prices-Wood $4 ton, since. 1 ant moving at once. Will saw to suit buyer. 821'/i «th.S. W. Ph. 2119W. FOR SALE--Wall counter for restaurant, cash reg., elec. malted milk mixer, pop cooler, small safe, etc. Freeman Kenyon, Clear Lake, la. FOR SALE---L. C. Smith Typewriter, practically new, at a bargain. BAILEE'S VARIETY STOKE Clear Lake, Iowa. FOR SALE--150 tons alfalfa and timothy hay. Inquire Bed Kennedy, 41/2 miles north Meservey, or write owner, A. S. HARRIS, Alden, Iowa. FOR SALE--Beautiful green Royal portable typewriter, $27.50. Also cash register, §10. Phone 1742. FOR SALE--Wagon. 903 15 S. E. GOOD CLEAN COAL Fair Prices Just Try One Ton ALLISON COAL Phone 431 Trade in your old worn-ont ROLLER SKATES on a new pair. LINDQUIST'S 620 S. IFederal Phone 831 Autos for Sale 79 1 LAPINER'S RELIABLE-USED CARS A Used Car is Only as Good as the Dealer, That Sells it. Buy "Here With Safety. Our Reputation is Your Absolute Protection. $250 1933 TERRAPLANE SEDAN. NEW CAR GUARANTEE AND SERVICE. SAVE OVER 1932 CHEVROLET SPECIAL COACH. 6 WW. LOOKS AND RUNS LIKE NEW, ONLY $395 1931 SUPER SIX COACH. SIDE MOUNT. TRUNK RACK. OPALESCENT FINISH.. $295 1932 CHEVROLET LONG 'WHEEL-BASE DUAL TRUCK. CANNOT BE TOLD FROM N E W . . . . . . . $395 1930 CHALLENGER 4-DOOR SEDAN. APPEARANCE AND PERFORMANCE EXCELLENT..... $195 1929 BUICK 4-DOOR SEDAN. TWO SIDE MOUNTS. TRUNK RACK. '3.4 LICENSE $145 1929 HUDSON COUPE. 2 FENDER WELLS. RUMBLE SEAT. RADIO. S P E C I A L . . . . . . . . . $295 1928 MARMON LIGHT 8 SEDAN. 6 WW. ORIGINAL FINISH LIKE NEW. SPECIAL.. $285 1929 HUDSON GREATER SIX STD. SEDAN. TWO SIDE MOUNTS: VERY CLEAN $295 1929 CHEVROLET COACH. GOOD TIRES. NEW PAINT- RUNS .GOOD. '34 LICENSE. $195 1929 WHIPPET 6 SEDAN. 4 DOOR. GOOD SET OF, TIRES. MOTOR RUNS FINE. '34 LICENSE. $135 1929 CHEVROLET COUPE. FINE FINISH. GOOD TIRES. RUNS GOOD. '34 LICENSE $195 1929 FORD 1/2 TON PANEL. EXTRA CLEAN. GOOD TIRES. FINE MOTOR. ONLY $165 1928 WHIPPET 6 COUPE. NEW TIRE. NEW PAINT. EXCELLENT ENGINE. ONLY $145 1927 STUDEEAKER SEDAN. STD. SERIES. FINE APPEARANCE. '34 LICENSE $135 Wanted to Buy 75 WANTED--Restaurant equipment and fixtures for Cash. Write S-3. Globe-Gazette. WANTED--2 or 3 hole electric ice cream cabinet. Write L-3, Globe Gazette. HIGHEST cash prices paid for old gold watch cases, dental scrap. Blanchard's Jewelry. Wanted to Rent 76 WANTED--To rent mod. home or apt., 3 or 4 bedrooms, good location. Write at once to K-6. Globe- Gazette. WANTED--To rent acreage close to Mason City. Phone 2926J. Autos for Sale 79 THOBOUOUI.V JIEOONIU- TIONEII I'SEI) C.11LS 1931 FOIU) SEDAN; clwui. 1928 POSTIAC COACH; «inxl. 1920 PLYMOUTH CPU.: llllc in-u- 1U39 n.V.l»lTII SEI).; |n-rf.'cl. 1932 CHEV. COACH; ,'Xtni piiid. All Caw Curry Guurant*?. See ua Dtrore buylnic. MAHSTO.VS % Block East nf Hanford Hotl-l Telephone 102 H H USED CAR CENTS Haven't got much to siiy, only that we haven't many Used Cars. Would like to buy some. Good Used Ones. What have you? Any kind, just so they are good and clean. The New Hupmo- biles will be in soon. HUPMOBILE SALES and SERVICE 10 Fourth N. E. 1'h. 488 1929 HUDSON CLUB SEDAN. 6WW. TRUNK. RADIO. HOT WATER HEATER. '34 LICENSE. $350 1930 FORD COUPE, LATEST SERIES. FINE TIRES. RUNS GOOD. '34 LICENSE $235 Highest Value! USED CARS Lowest Prices! 1930 De Soto Coach (clean job) 5250 1980 Dodge Coach (runs fine) $250 1929 O a k l a n d Coach (like new) S280 1931 Ford Town Sedan (clean Inside and out) S325 Dodge Panel, mechanically perfect $ 85 Ford Panel, plenty of service left $200 Chcv. 157" w. b., ready for work $300 1928 WHIPPET 4 COACH WITH ALL NEW TIRES. HEATER. :34 LICENSE. FINE MOTOR. $135 1928 ESSEX COACH. ORIGINAL FINISH LIKE NEW. KARIKEEN TRUNK. '34 LICENSE $135 1926 ESSEX.COACH, USED 23,000 MILES. NEW TIRES. '34 LICENSE. A SNAP AT.. $50 1925 OLDSMOBILE SPECIAL SEDAN. EXCEL- fl»7C LENT TIRES. WONDERFUL MOTOR. '34 LICENSE. . «J* D PACKARD 6 SPORT. PHAETON. NEW TIRES. MOTOR RECONDITIONED. VERY C L E A N . . . . $95 REO 11/,-TON TRUCK WITH EXCELLENT BODY. FINE TIRES. A SNAP AT O N L Y . . . $145 BEAUTIFUL HUDSON 6 SPORT ROADSTER. SPECIAL PAINT JOB. RUNS LIKE N E W . . . . $195 1931 HUDSON 8 TOURING SEDAN. 6 WW. TRUNK. TWIN HEATERS. 8 PLY TIRES. ONLY Plenty of Cheap Cars at Your Own Price. Come in and Look. Open Every Night Until Nine and All Day Sunday. We Do Our Own Financing. LAPINER MOTOR THE NEW 1934 HUDSON, TERRAPLANE AND PACKARD MODELS ARE NOW ON DISPLAY Misc. for Sale 55 FOR SALE--Used Charters incubators, 540, 405j 270-egg sizes, priced reas. Turning trays: Albrecht Hatcbery, Greene', Iowa. HEAVY MATS SIZE 18'/,x21 2cEACH The Dry Mats are excellent for · lining garages, chicken .houses, coal bins, cellars, cabin walls, weatherboarding, sound proofing or Insulation. Not suited for outside surfacing or drawing use. We have over 500 which may be bought for only 2 cents each. Call Business Office. Globe-Gazette. · Foods ASS FOR SALE 4 Kinds Potatoes, per bag...S1.45 Peck 25c , Carrots, bushel 15 Onions, 10 Ib. bag 25 Gladioli Bulbs, doz. 25c; 50c for 50 EARL'S FRUIT MARKET, Ph. 1138 1603 S. Federal, also Nora Springs Offices for Rent 63 FOR RENT--Very desirable office rooms. 59 and ?10. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. , Household Goods 73 FOB SALE Heating Stove EAKL'S FKUIT MARKET 1603 S. Federal FOR SALE--Stoves of all kinds, springs, beds, clothing. Many other useful articles. B 0 Exchange. 1408 N. Fed. Poultry, Eggs 74 Sor" *~ "" HEALTHY. BABY CHICKS Our chicks are '· all hatched from 100% hloodtested flocks, for Bacillary White Diarrhea and Fowl Typhoid. Prices reasonable. STROMBERG HATCHERY 404 S. Federal. Mason City, Iowa. BABY CHICKS All Standard Heavy Breeds $7 per 100. White Leghorn and Heavy Mixed SG-50 per 100. Custom Hatching $2.25 per tray of 96 eggs or 9 trays of 864 eggs at S20. First Hatch March 10. Just good rugged heavy boned chicks, from good standard bred free range flocks, chicks that live and make you money. Hatched right and sold reasonable. Custom hatching a specialty. We trade for all kinds of livestock and grain. Maple Lawn Hatchery VENTURA, IOWA JFor your imitectlnn mid aiMinmce o* mirehnnlrally prrrect valve irrlmihii; Jol lot UH do the J«li fi.r you with thfi Hull Errcntrlc Vftlvn Grimlrr, which USM a carborumlum jiltuie mid vntunni clenner. Tlic «nly pmo tlenl way to sent steel vttlvps on nny niliUc or mndcl rl\r. (.Motor tune op Included.) 01 vo us H trliil. I'llirES IUGI1T. WAGNER MOTOR CO. FORD SALES 111 1st !. E. Opp. Old P. O Auto Trucks 80 FOR SALE--Model T Ford truck good cab and box, $75. S. R Chev. Co. Inc. LEGAL NOTICEvS Wanted to Buy 751' ORIGINAL NOTICE In thfi IHstrlct Court of the Stale of Jowa, In and for Cerro Gonlo County. April, 103-1, Term. Ida lMck t riulntlf/, vs. I). O. FulliT, Mildred \\, Falter, thi- First National Company, Jcilin A, Tolnby. Mnrie Toinby, Cflrro Oordo County, ioiv;i, the flr*t N'u- tloiwl Bunk nt MHSOR City, Iowa, Edff«i Jr. Totnby und Kutlhtrlne Toinby, Defendant);, To D. D. Fuller, Mildred W. Fuller, Uie First National Company. John A. Tolnby, Marie Toinby, Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, the First National Bank of Mason City, Iowa, Edgar F. Toinby and Katherinc Toinby, defendants. You are hereby notified that there is now on file In the offlcn of the Clerk of the District Court of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, a petition of plaintiff, claiming of the defendants, D. D. Fuller and Mildred V/. Fuller, the sum of Thirty-six Hundred Five and no-100 (S3.605.00) Dollars, with Interest thereon at S per cent per annum from Nov. 1, 1933, as justly due said plaintiff, upon the one certain promissory note, made, executed and delivered by the defendants, D. D. Fuller and Mildred W. Fuller, to the First National Company or Mason City, Inwa, on the 4th day of May, 1929, and for costs, Including a reasonable attorney's fee as provided In said note. Also asking for the foreclosure of mortgage as against all of the defendants above named, said mortgage made, executed and delivered by the defendants, D. D. Fuller and Mildred W. Fuller, to the First National Company of Manon City, Iowa, on the 4th day of May, 1929, said mortgage conveying the following described real estate to wit: Lot 176 in Forest Par-c, an Addition to Mason City, Iowa, and said mortgage bclnR filed for record in the office of the County Recorder of Cerro Gordo County. Iowa, on the sixth day of November, 1929, recorded In Book Ct. town lot mortgages, page 233, said above described note and mortcage having been assigned by the First National Co. of Mason City, Iowa, to the plaintiff, Ida Lock, which salcf note and mart^ase are now plaintiff's property: also asking for the furthc-r sum of 58.00 for continuation of abstract of title preparatory to this foreclosure; also asking that a receiver be appointed to take possession of the above described real estate and collect the rents and profits therefrom, and apply the rents and profits to the payment of the Indebtedness due plaintiff, as per order of the District Court of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa. For further particulars, see petition on file. Now, unless you appear thereto an-i defend on or before noon of the second day of the April. 1934, term of the District Court of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, to be held at Mason City. In said County, commencing on April y. 1934. default will b? entered against you, and Judgment rendered thereon in accordance with the prayer o* said petition. \V. A. WESTFALL. Attorney for Plaintiff. WANTED--Used fura., stoves and rugs. Graham 2nd hand store, next to Strand theater. Ph. 301. WANTED--To buv light car, good cond., reas. Ph. 4193W. WANTED--BROODER HOUSES 4 miles west pf Garner, Iowa, NED JOHNSOX Have cash customer for 160 to 210 acre farm. Jlest soil, £ood inipr. YV. A. BIUGGS Rockford, Iowa phone 37 C H I C K E N S WANTED--Heavy breeds of hens and spring roosters. 4 Ins. and uj, TOc Ih.*M».son ! City Poultry Store, 510 S. Fed. AOOi. After taking 10 written examinations in an effort to qualify for an automobile driver's license a Hoi- lister. Cal.. Filipino passed his driving test with a 100 per cent rating. 15 C BEER 15 C Spring Bock luid Light Extra Large Bnwelor Barrel Advertised Special Served Only ^ A. M. to 9 P.' M. Then Nlte Kate Charge O A S I S Opposite Fair Grounds AN AOT to provide (or tlie appulittnti-nt of H. titriNfrvutur for a driiliiiiKc tllntHrl. It'Mir rtlNtrU-t. drnltiUKf nnd Irviv dU- trirt, (Indium*- uiid It-Vc*- district with limiting ntnlloiiN In drf null to lu.lili-rc, (if bum!* UHuecl by »urh OlstrMs In !«·- fmilt: to jirovld" 1 for ttn- IMIMMICC »t ·»*- st-rviit«tr\ limul* by Midi (list Hfts t« tli»- hondtmldiT*; to cn'vldi- for mlr- «iu«t« imirrvdhiKN 1» tlift ill-drift court. Htiil to provide r»r iiiitlws itnil writ* In- dilriil lt the (HH-niJImi yf tit I A not; mul '.IHhiliijt tlif mt-iuilnt nf the it-mi "ilrnlmtfitt dlntrii't" for the iiiirpotr r ttils act. B IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OK THE STATB OK 10\\'A: Section 1. When drnlnaRe district lumd* iave been Issued In anticipation nf the c.rl- ' 'CMon of drnlnuKe ill.ilrlct iiflscsttnifliits lev- id on real csttit« within ttuch tlrnlmme t)l»- ·lut, are in default, either fur failure to »ay principal installments or accrued Jn- rest thereon, and funds are nut on hand w i t h i n , thirty days after such default, U i n jwnera of real estate in such district or tho nvners of not less thiin ten per cent (10 v;.) n amount of tht outstanding (tralnacp innrts if Mich dlstiict may make application to he district court of the cyunty wherein said drainage district j.i located. Asklm; for in extension of time of payment, and a re- imorttzatlon of the aiifcasnienLi on the real isUte within such (IrainiiKe district., -which vug in ueffiult. and a new schedule of pay- ni'tits of the bonds and other Indebtedness, and the issuance or new bonds as provided y this act. · Sec. 2. Ten (10) owners of real wtatc n such district, or the owners ot not Ie?fl .han ten per cent (10Ct) In amount of the Jutslnndlny drainage bonds of such drain- i^i! district, mny Institute proceedings In .he district court of the county Issuing such liunds wherein the dntlnnKi' district la located, by fill up a petition which shall set VjrtU the names ana addresses of the ten (10 petitiuninK real estate owners or the lames and addressees of the petitioning own- era of ten per cent (10ft) In amount of the ·1rafnnt;e of said district, that nuM bonds arc In default as defined In Section 1. ;! this act, that the petitioners have KOIK! reason to believe that said default cannot, will not. be removed bv payment' undnr the prcMint hchedule of siild district, anil ikliiR that the matters herein presented, s reviewed by Uie court, and determined i provided by this act. Sec. 3. On the filing of such petition the lu'teu for said court, either In session, or in vacation, shall enter an order fixing the late for hearing, which date ahull he nt. least four weeks subsequent to Uie date of the filing ol the order. Sec. 4. The.hoard of supervisors of fiu'ch county or counties wherein the drainage district Is located. Hhitll be notified of the :eeding nnd hearing by original notice ^ed in thu same manner as In civil actions; notice of said hearing shall bo nerved .ipon al! owners of each tract of land or lot within !uch drainage district, as shown by the transfer books In the county auditor's ofticc; each llenholdcr or encum- brancer of any land within the satd drain- district as shown by the county records, and all persons holding claims against said d r a i n a g e district, as shown by the county records, and iiteo to all other persons to mi It may concern, Including oonrthoWers and actual occupants or the land within said lnni;c district, xvithout naming Individuals, by publication thereof, once eiich week two consecutive wpfks, In s.mie newspaper of Kenural circulation in the county r count ley where said drainatic district is »cfllml, the la.-:t of which publications shall he not le.isi than twenty days prior to the date set for hearinn on the said petition, and when such notice !.·= complete, phull be der-med a s u f f i c i e n t notice for all hearinpp .ml proceedings under thij a.ct. 1'roof of such service shall be made by a f f i d a v i t if the publisher arid he on file with the ounty auditor on or before the date of hearing. Sec. 5. The diatrict court «lwll have jurisdiction and power to adjudicate all the rights and Issues between the lnilnnj:e dist r i c t , and the landowners, bondholder*, lien- holders, cncurnbni'ncera, claimants and crctl- Hors of the drainage district, nnd In de- tcrmlnlni; the rights of the partita, whail take into consideration, the maturity ot Uia bmirlH, the interest rule, of the bonds, the; present schedule and classification of UH.HCKS- ments on the re^l estate, t'hc ratio belt the amount In default, and the amount of unpaid fl3SPssmcnt3 In the drainage district. the pros.i amount needed to retire" the I*. now oiitstain'llnfi anrl In default, ihf current retirpmeni schedule on other Indebtedness of the drainage district, the general tax structure of Lho drainage district, the unpaid tases In the dralntiire district., the d e f a u l t by the drainage district In the nn-- mont of Its bonded indebtedness, nncf the current financial condition nf the taxpayers. See. (i. If tho court finds that the nec- essnry partiex have instltuied ilio proc^e fngs, and that all necessary jturLies (m be?n properly served with notice, and the order of the court, and that tile drainage district is in default In the payment of Its Installment assessments, or the interest 1 thereon, thf court tthall enter .in order appointing the county auditor or the county in which such drainage district is located, or If such drainage district Is located In more than one county, the county auditor of the county wherein the greater portion of the lands within said drainage district are located, receiver fur the said drainage district, said receiver being h e r e a f t e r called "conservator," and the said conservator shall be under the court's direction. The nervator shiill be allowed such compensation as may be determiner! by the court, nnd said conservntfir may employ, under the direction and approval of the court, an attorney. nnU such assistants as may be necessary to perform the duties required by him under the law. and order.-' nf court.. Sec. 7. The conservator shall, within thirty .days from the date of his appointment, prepare and file with th" clerk of the district court, a full report, giving in detut! the bonded indebtedness of said drainage district, the accrued interest therein, arid any and all other indebtedness owing by said drainage district; a full and Complete edule of all lands sold at tax sale. Including the amount of drainaqe assessments tjieroon; a. list of all real estate within the drainage district, showing the unpaid assessments theruon; also said conservator shall set forth a schedule under ·hlch the bonded indebted ness of said drainage district may be re-amortized; also schedule under which ail other indebtedness of said drainage district may foe paid or rc-amortlzed. Upon the filing of the report by the' conservator, the court shall set ;t date for lu'arltig then-on, which dat« ahull nut be ItrtH than ten or mitre than illt«n day«, from the filing thereof. Sec. S. AL the hearing of the causervn- " torV report, the court ahull fix and determine the amount of motley In the handr of the county treasurer belonging to said drainage district;- the amount of the Indcbt edness of an Id dm Inn go district; to whom «nld indebtednoa.t is due, and fix and determine .the time, manner auil priority or · payment of aald Indeuteanpua; also the court shall fix and determine the amount of unpaid assessment or asueasiuentH against each tract of land within said drainage ., district, and may extend the time of pay- .. ment, rc-amortlze and rtallocate the »ald HKfli-yarneritw upon each tract of land within suld drainage district; almi if the court finds Ihut the assossmentx as levied nfiiilnst. each tract of land within said drainage district, are not sufficient to pay the In- (U-btvdiicas due mid owing by »ald drainage district, the court may order the board ot supervisors of the county within which thr '· cnid drainage district Is "located, to It-vy an ns.ti'HHiiH'nl. a^alnpt the lands within nald drainage district, In an amount to pay tho tlencH: provided, however, that no assess- '_ ment iur the payment of drainage bonds or Improvement certificates shall be levied atcalnst any tract of land where th« owner of said land IM not delinquent In payment of any assessment and provided f u r l tun that the amount of the reasseasment on a particular piece of land ."hall be In direct proportion to the amount of unpaid as^osR- ments on said land and provided further that no assessment or expenses Incidental thereto, for the payment of drnlniiRc bonds or Improvement certificates under this act 1 , shall be levied against any tract of land where the owner of said land had previously paid all of hip aflseasmif-nt. Said assessment tn be assessed and levied by the board of supervisors upon the lands within said drainage district. In the same proportion as the original aflncfismcnt. A copy of ."aid order entered by the court, shall b* filed by the clerk of the district court with the county auditor, and the schedule of payments ot the indebtedness of said drain- a^o district 1 u:i fixed and determined by lh«* court, Khali be entered upon the drainage recoril.i of the drainiiKB dlatrlct and also spread upon the tax records of the county, and shall become due and payable at the same time as ordinary taxes, and shall be collected In the Harm 1 manner with the same jenaltles for delinquency, and the same manner of enforcing collection by tax salt. Mao the court may apportion the cot Is he- ween the creditor? of the drainage district, .ml the drainage district. Sec. «. Til* Court shall direct the Bonn! f Supervisors to Issue bonds In lieu of the utstundiiiK Drainage bonds for said Drainage District, and additional bonds for thf iccrued Interest nnd other indebtedness of laid Drainage Psdtrfct, Raid bonds shall payable In amounts, and at tln time manner, and with priority of payment*, ts has been determined by order of court, as provided by Section 8 hereof, and fihnl! be called "Cr.»(wrvn.tor*s Drainage District idfi." Kach bond «hu.ll be numhered an 1 ! Fhall stnl« nn its face tlmt It Is n. Con- MloT'a Dralnaqe District bond; that It. :S Issued In pursuance of a Resolution adopt- 1 by the Board of Supervisors, under order of Court, and fiivinp thfi name of the court and the county ivhere Sueh court Is held; that It Is Issued to pay Inrjrlilcdnesa of the Drainage District; shall state the County ^ri 1 such district Is Im-ated, and the n u m - ber of the PralnnRC District for which it 1* led; shall state the date of maturity of the bond, the rale Of Interest thereon. which rate shall not be less than CJVi per cent p'-r a n n u m , and that the bond is tn hf paid only (rum taxes a.-=.«es;;ed. levied and cctcd on the lauds \vilhln the Drainac^ District for which the bond !K Issued mih- ject tn the provisions of section clchl (6). All bonds shall be signed by the Chairman f the Board of Supervisors and oonntfT- slgned by th(^ Conservator dcflik-n.-itt-d as such. The interest coupons attached tn imiri bonds shall he a t l c a t n d ' b y thf nisnature nf ' the Onsprvatnr or a facRlmlle thereot. IVhcn · the bonds have been executed as herein required, the Conservator may sell said bond« ut not l-:ss than par with accrued interest. thereun, anrt pay the lndebtcrtnrpR uf said Drainage District, or may exchantie said bonds with the creditors of Raid Drainage District In amounts as haa been fixed and determined by the court, and the Conserva* tor shall cancel all .Drainnne tionds, Improvement Certificates, Warrants or other evidence of Indebtedness received by him in lieu nf the Conservator'H bonds. Sec, 10. When conservator 1 !) drainage diatrict bonds are issued hereundtr. nothing herein shall be construed as impairing the lien of all unpaid ttJiscsFments upon the real estate within said dralnapp district, nor shall this chapter be construed as Impairing the priority of the Hen thereof, nor the riRht. duty and power of the officer authorized by law. to levy, collect- and apply t h e pro- coeds thereof, i.o the payment m outstanding drainage bonds issued in anticipation of tho collection thereof. Sec. 11. Should a d n t i n a p e district in default bft managed by drainage district trustcep, said trustees shall ats'i b« nam*-d as proper and neueasary parties defendant.. Sec. 12. No action shall bfi brought, questioning the validity of any conservator drainage 'district bond Issued u n d e r this chapter from nnd after three months frnm the date of the order causing the said bond* to be Issued, Sec. 13. This act being: deemed of Im- mt'diate importance, shall he in force and effect a f t e r Its passage and publication, aa provided by law, In the Mason City Giobn- Gazette, a, newspaper puhllnhed in Mascn City, Iowa, and In the VHnterset Mndlson- ", a newspaper published In Winterset, Iowa. H. L. IKWIN, Presidfint of the Senate. Pro tempore. GEORGE E. M.TLLER. Speaker of the HOUKO. I hereby certify that thin Bill originated in the Senate and is knmvn as Senate File No. 22:i. F o r t y - f i f t h General Assembly la extraordinary session. BYHON" G. ALLEN, Secretary of the Senule. ·\pprovefi March 1. 193-1. CLYDE L. HERRING, Governor, Anyway, we have learned that a racket is still a racket, whether the beneficiary Is a gangster or a leading 1 citizen.--Fountain Inn Tribune, AUCTION SALE! MARCH 8 : 1934, AT 10:30 A. M. SHARP ON NO 18--EAST SIDE OF CITY We have our usual run of livestock for this sale--5(1 horse*, K5 hMid of cattle, lit) gowl bred I-.WI-K and 150 feeding- pigs. Several brood sows. We also Imve sonic farm machinery. We have somu extra good horses for this sale, roans, sorrels. j,' r iy s and one £OOd 4 year old roan niurp with foal. One matched team of sorrels. One 7x12 stock rack with four wheel trailer. Brlnj; in your horse?--wo have buyers for a!! classes of horses. Lunch on the grounds. These sales will be held every Thursday, Bring anything you have to sell. WE INVITE YOU' TO ATTBNT TERMS CASH STABLK 37"K -- rilOXKS-- RESIDENCE SSSB Or:i. Unvlcss. ?.««--AVC"HONKERS--lack Dorsey. I'lymoiith

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