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FEBRUARY 12 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Help Wanted, Male-- For Rent, Rooms- GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT AD BATES. ^Fifteen cents a line firsf Inser- » J « Cei " s a llne tor ea * con- secutlve subsequent insertion. the .C, "^ 8Verage W ° rd3 to . CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ADVERTISING. 70c per column inch each insertion. A discount of 15 per cent will be allowed on all classified advertisements paid for at the ?£» *£ insert!on °r not later than 24 hours thereafter. Answers to blind advertisements must ba addressed to the letter stated in the ad, care ot the Globe-Gazette. Under no circumstances will the Globe-Gazette reveal the name of those inserting -blind" advertisements Lost and Found-- FOUND--3-other gloves and 1 fur mitten. 1 Jady's fur trimmed glove, I man's black kid glove. Call 8800. LOST--Rose slipper. Phone 33-17. LOST Black bill fold, also coin purse, between courthouse and city park. LIBERAL KEWABD pjfl. 24 ·U4 WANTED--Shoemaker. Phone 710. WANTED-- Married man, with boy 1C or over, to work on farm. Must ne experienced, responsible have reference from foriner and em-- ployer. Write S-ll, Globe-Gazette. Help Wanted, Female-WANTED--Experienced Princess Cafe. waitress WANTED--Exp. g ir ] for genera] housework. 23 Beaumont-drive. WANTED--Experienced night waitress. Lester Cafe. FOR RENT---3 llgiit housekeeping rms. 815 N. Fed. FOR RENT--Nicely furn. warm slpg. rms. 109 s. Penn. Ph. 1710W. FOR RENT--Pine warm furnished room. Private entrance. Ph. 1321. FOR RENT--Unfur. light housekeeping rooms; no children. 309 E. State. FOR RENT--1 furn. hskpg. room. Private entrance. 210 N. Adams. WANTED--Young woman 23 to 'b years of age, thoroly trained for office work, good personality able to meet the public readily. Must do some typewriting,' considerable lookkeeping and be clever in using the telephone. Please do not apply unless thoroly qualified. Write W-12 ^.lobe-Gazette. Salesmen Wanted-- CANTED--Young men 18 to 21 for snleswork to travel with' manager about 525 per week. Call at 202 M. B. A. Bldg. FOR RENT--Two warm slpg. rms. close in. Phone 3345-W. FOR RENT--Rm. lady. Ph. 3141 W. For Rent, Apartments FOR RENT-Mod. heated 4 rm. duplex apt, and-garage. 2113J. FOR RENT-4 rm. modern apt. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. 9« RENT--4 and.3 rm. furn. apts. MI Marvyl apts. Ph. 2051. FOR RENT--Heated apt. Ph. 2877. FOB RENT--Well furnished apt i private bath. 10 Ninth St. W A N T E D C L E A N W I P I N G H A G S I' or 1 ress Room and Composin Room. Will Pay FIVE CENTS PER LB. Globe-Gazette Office FOB KENT s .turn, housekeeping: rooms, outside entrance, large garden PHONE 139D FOR RENT--Md. rm. 326 2nd N. E. FOB BENT--2 very desirablo It. hskpg. rms. and kitchenette. S. and E. front. Second floor. Write t-12, Globe-Gazette. FOR RENT 3 or 4 rm. nicely furn. hskpg. apt. reasonable. Would like board for one person as part payment for the apt. For information . CALL 1044 FOB KENT Close in and very pleasant 2-room apt. and bath. Furniture for sale to renter at big sin-ings. HOLT'S CAFETEHIA 33 First St. Southeast Desirable FOR RENT furn. hskpg. mis., hot HERE'S BIG MONEY! Sell "Powdered Silk Hand Soap. Fnormous , emand. Beats all competition- re- I Wel1 eats constantly. Sample free. J O. Adams Co. Boone, Iowa. . ., water heat, hard wood floors, newly , decorated. 672 E. State. --on-- WAMONOS-FURNITURE-AUTOS-SALAR? No Publicity NO Delays 1 to 20 Months to Repay SECURITY LOAN CO. 321 1st Natt. Bit. Phone 412 u WANTED--SALESMAN- DEALERS Selling experience unnecessary, but only reliable people need apply. \Ve supply everything--Products. Sales Outfits, Sales nnd Service Methods that get the most, business everywhere. Superior Rawlcigh Onulitv, old established demand, lowest prices, guarantee of satisfaction or no sale, makes quick sales. 200 home and farm necessities, all guaranteed best values. If you are willing to C I PINE I A AM rf\ wo . r(k steady «very day for good pay, . L. rliNii LUAIN LU. write fof Information how to sta your own business with our capita I OANS Household I" i AND JK Up to $30 ° I Automobiles /' REPAS IN 1 TO 20 MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS A D D R E S S I N G ENVELOPES --Work at home during spare time. Substantial weekly pay experience unnecessary. Dignified employment for honest, sincere, ambitious persons. Advancement League, Naperville, 111. FOR RENT furn. slpg. room. Call after 7 p. m. APT. 9, 219 l/i N. FED. FOR RENT--Four room heated apartment 525.00. Telephone 2357. FOR RENT--3 rm. mod. apt. Ph 2329. 116 7th N. E. For Sale, Livestock-- FOR 'RENT--Furn. front hskpg. or . rooms. Ask Mrs. Harris. FOR RENT--Nice sleeping room ,also garage. 23 Fifth St. N. W. FOR RENT--Desirable furn. room with kitchenette. 130 5th N. E. FOR HENT--2 nicely furn. rooms m beautiful mod. home. Youn men only. Close to business dis° trict. Very reasonable. Write X--11 Globe-Gazette. FOR RENT--Mod. hskpg. rms. cv- erything furnished. 128 9th NW. FOR RENT--Single ^furn. hskpg room and slpg. room. 32 6 N. W. POLAND CHINA BROOD SOWS Good individuals, 200 to 400 !bs., March and April farrow. Bred to · Big Mogul A-6D28D. W. FRIEDOW SON Britt !,,,,,,, Legal Notices , ., issuctl out r'', e Unl10 '' S!ate3 " " a iaA * t the Dlstric "« North Tnm Co knUmrtto'" "° f DlmC Savi " KS ?^ nK *r ^ TrU " C °" ExMUtofS' of "u^iTM «r° hf"T h , P ' , Durk '"' Dc «asu,l »«c censors (n trust lo Joseph P ntirki .lecoasc.1. successor in trust a, against Oscar K. Dick. Marcaret Dk-k Sr,r, Sla " B , a " k ° f *TM S*u¥. £ va £"".'. 'iJSSrt JDh ^.'-- "A" »·· t»i! following described 1031, levied upni sss'assr -'s s» issS FOR SALE Hereford bulls. One 3 yr. old, good enough to head any herd. Also some calves from 9 to 13 mos. Choice $50 while they last. Ed Pierce Hanlontown 204-5-B Weir Bldg.. A State St. Fed. Ave. Phone 224 M O N E Y F O R A L L P U R P O S E S Loaned on your ,. Auto, Furniture or Other Security. Cars refinanced on smaller pay- · uients. ^3O»1E -LOAN Ss FINANCE CO. 2nd Floor M. B. A. Bldg. Phone 727 W. T. RAWLEIGH CO. Dept. IA-Q-54-R Frceport . 1Uino Trade or Exchange-- FAUM LOANS , ,, .. ,,, ., Prompt service. Act now for spring. cunty - Wrlte W. L. I'ATTON EDUCATIONAL institution of 2 years' standing desires to increas its real estate foundation thru th acquisition of income property i exchange for annuity contracts; lib era! terms on good clear property i city or__country; unquestioned se Globe-Gazette. 109 East Slate Street Situations Wanted -- EXP. FARM .HAND wants place until April 1 or season. FHONE G54W For Sale, Miscellaneous-- FOR SALE--HAY. Ph. 1435W. for FOR SALE--Pieced double wed ding ring quilt. Phone 654W. RELIABLE WOMAN wants housekeeping. Small wages. E-12 Globe-Gazette. ¥90 RADIO BARGAINS Battery sets A-l condition WOMAN wants hour 390G. , work. Ph WOMAN WANTS WORK by hour . Phone 177G-W. JOHN BUCKLIN, single, wants work on farm for summer. Call or Roy liadker, Clear Lake, write Iowa. WANTED--Housekeeping on farm. 916 15 Place N. E. Services Offered-- ASHES rubbish removed. Ph. 2068. RUG weaving, sewing rags and coloring, to shade with bathrooms, bcdrnorns and kitchens. Prices reasonable. Mrs. Larson. 1705 N. Fed. UPHOLSTERING. Repairing. Cornstock Furn. Co., Phone 2708. PHONE 3538J .1. DAHLSTROM Paper hanging and Painting. Let us estimate your work Paper'g., paint'g. Stewart. 2835W. PAINTING, paper h'ging. Ph. 2777. WASHINGS done 252 1 W. nearly new set, complete $15 2 Al water Kent sets 57.50 tube nvutrowound $5 B eliminators S2.CO up PHONE 489 Radio Electric Repair Shop 4th N. E. and N. Federal New Jackson Bell Midget radio screen grid, tone control, fully guaranteed, bargain. 230 1st N. E. Ph 976. FOR SALE Pair black geldings und hay. PARK FRANKS Three miles south of Plymouth FOR SALE -- Onions, 2c Ib. 1480. POTATOES Extra fine quality. Graded U. S No. 1, ,$J.flO bu. PHONE 2071W 23 So. Monroe v\'e Deliver For Rent, Houses- Do you want to rent, buy or sell a home. Call W. H. Briar. Ph. 3414 Wanted^To Rent- WANT TO RENT 4, G or G room bungalow or house. Might consider a downstair* unfurnished apartment. Must be clean warm and rent reasonable. Write Y-ll, GLOBE-GAZETTE WANTED TO RENT One-quarter section, shares Write Z-5, GLOBE-GAZETTE For Sale--Real Estate-- FOR SALE--Mod. 5 rm. bungalow m Grandview at the right pricp and favorable terms. Ph. 3414 w H. Briar. Auto Accessories- USED CARS of MERIT 1925 Ford Coupe with box . ..$ 45 1923 Dodge Sedan, new tires i? 70 1927 Whippet 6-cyl. Sedan, like new $285 1927 Whippet 4-cyl. Sedan .. ..?175 1024 Ford Tudor, balloons $ 50 1926 Chevrolet Coupe, good motor 5125 192B Whippet 6-cyl. Coach, very good 5435 1928 Falcon-Knight Coach .?S85 1925 Ford Tudor, balloons . . . . § 75 1929 Chevrolet Coach, just l i k e ' new $385 1928 Whippet 4-cyl. Cab. Coupe $275 See the new ])31 Willys 0 and 8 and Willys-Knight now on display. Price reduced from $170 to $700 HATHORN AUTO CO. . PHONE 447 anil 448 FOR SALE--New home. Ph. 999 FOR SALE--Good 6 rm. hse. Must be moved by March 1. Ph. 3.397. Poultry and Eggs -- FOR SALE Day's famous flock of Buff Orping- tons. 23 years of breeding for exhi- Jition and egg production. Have pro- ·luci'd winners at Chicago, Madison feinmre Garden, Kansas City and many other Nmionat Shows. Incubators, Brooders, Fountains, Feeders. ntirn flock and all equipment for sale at a sacrifice price DI4. H. E. DAY " Dnmont Towa V o ,, ol «;n«mN cockerels, 8 to 9 IDS. Hatching eggs in season. isv/^ ,"' CSt Ot K!e m 'riedow, Kanawha, Iowa. USED CAR BARGAINS Humly ChcvniTcl Couch, :i hur^-hi $| T.atn Stnr Cu.ich, a simp Si f-'lrun L'onllnc C.nuiw, A I , sillfi IVrfcnl Uiikhui.l Clinch, clnrutt at sillfi Hxlru Oeim \Vli1iipel r mrh, Into Sifl l.ule KSHOX Conch, fint duns san l-'lno t'oiitlur Coach, iicrlVr.t .. . $:in i-u(n OWn -i-ilr. Defuse -Setlun, imly 9^8. Trade--Terms t'onifl In and MPB u.s loduy--Vim Mill never tinrt nny licllcr values In Into ninJols nnrl sliliiclurd makus limn we huvn lo offer \ou nt (Ills lime--ti uln pay you lo SCO an lic- fnre ynu liny. John Gallagher OAKLAND-PONT1AC MOTOR CARS SALES and SERVICE COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS FOK THE MONTH OF JANUAKV lOSf CITY HALL, JANUARY 5, I D S ] Regular meeting of the City Council. Councilman Wolf absent This being the dale for hearimr objections to the change of classification from "A" District to "D" District of Lots 1 and 2, Block 1 Highlands Addition, petitioned for by the Grand View Development company, the petition was granted In accordance with the petition Ordinance No. 247, amending Ordinance No. 225, known as the Zoning Ordinance, changing the classification of the properly from District "A" to District "D," was presented and passed on its first reading. The rules were dispensed with, and the ordinance was passed on its second and third readings and finally adopted. A communication from H D Holman offering the west 30 feet of Lot 11, as an extension of North Carolina Avenue between 2nd and 3rd streets, northeast, the west 20 feet of the west 30 feet of Lot 11, for street purposes, and the cast ·! feet of the west 30 feet of Lot 11 for sidewalk purposes. The matter was referred to the City Planning Commission to report their recom- e veralListedEach Bay , ,,_., _,:r -- : -- : - - - . _ » ' cumstances of, and claim for injury received, was filed by Inez winter, claiming damages to the amount of $4,000 by reason of a tall at the intersection of North I' ederal Avenue and Third street northeast on November y.a 1930 was presented and referred'to the City Solicitor. A petition to the County Board of Supervisors, from A. S. Loper asking that the taxes for the years 1924 and 1928 on the E. DO feet of Lot 4, Block 70, Meservey's Addition to Mason City be remitted, was presented and approved. The City Clerk was instructed to c e r t i f y same to the Board of Supervisors. The City Manager presented a tabulation of prices received for furnishing posts for the installation of street signs. The contract wa. awarded price of pipe. Crane Company at th $2.1f. for standard stee mendation to this Council. A notice of lime, place and cii- A communication was presentee by Solicitor Bryant from Mr. Miei Wolf. The consideration of same was deferred until Councilman Wolf was present. A petition of complaint was presented by fourteen firemen, through their attorney J. E. Williams. The same was referred to Managei Hopkins to investigate and report ;o the Council sit an adjourned meeting to be held at 10:30 a. m Tanuary 19, 1931. A statement of he officers of the Fire Department vas presented and referred to Mi- Hopkins. Resolution No. 2054, demanding hat the State Legislature afford ehef to the cities of the State of owa, in the reconstruction and -namtcnance of their paved streets nd directing the Mayor and Clerk o forward a copy of this resolution o the chairman of the Legisialive :ommittee of the State Legislature o Senator E. W. Clark and Repre- cntative W. E. Long, was pre- entcd and adopted. City Hull, January 19, 1»31 Regular adjourned meeting of the ity Council. Councilman Burns absent. The City Manager, Mr. Hopkins, presented his report of the investigation of the Fire Department. The same was received and placed' on file sind Mr. Hopkins was' commended for his successful adjustment of the situation. The matter of the time nnd date of holding meetings of the City Council, was discussed and it appearing that Monday was undesirable for the most of the Councilmen to meet, the time was set at 1:30 p. m., on the first Tuesday of each month. A request, from the Soo Oil company, to install and operate a gasoline bulk slation, the same was granted subject to the construction of dikes as requested by the Chief of the Fire Department. Mr. Hopkins presented petitions asking for the construction of sanitary sewer and water main extension in Midland Heights Addition. Action on same was deferred and the City Engineer instructed to prepare the preliminary plat and schedule, showing the estimated Miles Backs Military Training in .Talk at Decorah Post Banque DECORAH, Feb. 12._Fran Milea of Dos Moines, for 10 year editor of the Iowa Legionaire, do Glared vigorously for military train Ing in higher schools, defending th expense in view of Europe, now be Ing more of an armed camp than be fore the World war, in his addres before the joint banquet of the An ton Bernatz American Legion pos and auxiliary Tuesday evening a the Winneshiek hotel here L Whipplc of Mason City, past distric commander; Mrs. F. L. Thompsot of Decorah; Mrs. Larson, presiden of the auxiliary, and Connie Rosen thai, commander of the local Legion post, gave brief talks, introduced In the toastmaster, Fred Biermnn One hundred fifty members were present at this annual banquet Pastor Who Solicited to Pay Off Church. Debt Is Given Total of 88 Hogs B A N C R O F T , Feb. ] 2.--Last spring the Rev. E. C. Meyers of Mllford spent two weeks in this vicinity soliciting for his pig club to pay off the debt on the Milford church. The purpose was to receive a pig, the farmer agreeing to raise it and haul it to market at the time specified. When these hogs were 3rot in for sale, 88 hogs were de- ivered, totaling more than 13,000 lOUIKlS. cost of the said improvement. J. H. McEWEN, FINANCIAL 'STATEMENT, CITY OF MASON crTY**" PILES G(M}UICK You suffer f r o m itching, bleeclin* or protruding piles because your icmorrhoidal veins are clogged up vith thick, impure, stagnant blood Bad circulation in the lower bowel causes piles. The bowel walls are weak, the parts almost dead. What you need and should get from your 3 ^ Leonhardt ' s HEM-ROTD is a harmless internal medicine that quickly and safely drives out all the impure congested blood-- heals and restores the affected parts. ' You must use an internal medicine to free the swollen, knotted parts f r o m congestion, soreness und pain. That's why HEM-ROID succeeds while solves, suppositories or cutting usually give only temporary relief. y Michael Drug Co., says no matter what kind of piles you have HEM- ROID must end your money hack pile agony 01- "BEST I EVER TOOK" "Konjola Is the best tncrtl- cluo J ever took," declares Mrs. Adam Henderson, 6712 Curtis H.VD., Cleveland. "1 suffered n, nervous break- d o w n and was weak and al- inoHt helpless. I took six liottlea ot Konjola and today I am free f r o m nervousness. I do not hesitate to recommend this great medicine to nil who suffer from nervous weakness". ^By Ht'XTAnu: imi;« to. iM^JV I'll So. Kerteml SHH! Miwon City, In. Travel By Train It Costs Less BARGAIN FARES TO MANY PLACES Tr.vol by train . . . I t cools leas . . . aatl It a mucli more comfortable. Wintry dnyaoro June ctoy« In roomy ·tcam-tiealed reclining choir «r» or cpadiea. Plenty of room to Mroll "bout . . . to rend or to rent . . . plenty of room for your irmp* and I'JKKaec. . . anil DJ you rjde, you can olno leisurely and Oarnptuously nt very modcmto cost. Round Trip Week -End Fares Travel in Comfortable- Austin, Minn. . . Minneapolis, Minn. St. Paul, M i n n . . Ft. Dodge, la. . Omutiu, Ni'b One Way Coach Fares Dally Arizona . . . . California . . . $1.05 3.50 3.50 ].85 5.00 Bound Trip Fares T,ctet. good in Pullman tos Angeles San Diego . . . V $127.84 San FranclBco . . . . \ . . V . . / Floyd OR SALE-Buff Leghorn laying pullets. 70c. each. Phone 1302. FOR SALE Black Jersey Giants and White '.vmonth Rock uocfccrcls. ROCKWELL, IA. . loG FOR SALE A few Barred Rock cockerels FRED BOYD lear Lake ,,,,,,,, ^5-27 2nd St. S. 12. Phone J5G7 Open Evenings and Sundays A Gmarantee THAT IS MORE THAN CONVKB- CASII ACCOUNTS Fcliriisiry 1, l i l H l Cash on hand in Bond Funds January 1, 1931 Cash on Hand in Other Funds January 1 103J Receipts for January: Police Department--Licenses . Police Department--Fines and Fees Engineering Department--Services Building Permits Inspections '. Cigarette Licenses ..............[".',','.'. Laboratory Fees " Weighing Fees . ..: ....'.. Damage to Traffic Signal .. ·['. Refund Caretaker's Salary ... Plumbers' Renewal Cards .. Sale of City Slaps '.'.'.'.'.'.'.". Fumigation Recharging Fire Extinguishers ..." Deposits--Firemen and Policemen! J 11,168.75 i02,-112.73 3S.(JO 05.00 50.00 !).OD 2.85 17.00 .no i V I . D l I will offer at Public Auction the following described properly at the Stoclc Yiirds at Plymouth, Iowa, Saturday, Feb. 14, 1931 SALE STARTS AT 1:00 O'CLOCK 3 9 -- ~ " 12 HEAD OF CATTLE !) fresh and springing COIVM; 1 bull; Z young cattle. 20 HEAD OP HOGS sow with G jii^s; J O brood sows; !t feeding pigs. reasonably. Ph. FOR RENT--Strictly mod. 8 rm house. Newly finished inside. Suitable for 2 families. Ph. 3351 or G2B. EXP. Dressmaker wants sewing. Prices reasonable. Ph. 73W, Clear Lake. WANTED--Washings. Ph. 2448J. How Aboiuit It? During* the rt'inaimJci' of February we liavc iimd^ a -Sj^Cx tal Kpduccd Pr«v; for n'r/intefiin*;' l*rc:itef;\st Sf.ts TABLE and 4 CHAIRS Kntimrterf In any color you desire flnd frimm^ri in another color ONLY-$6.00-ONLY Macket's Iowa's Finest Furniture Sbop HOUSE TO RENT in B O Ph 2321,1. FOR RENT--i rm. house, S16 per month. Phone 837. FOR RENT--2 room house 1618 N. Monroe $12 per mo. Inquire Harry Zebker, 102 S. Fed. or Ph. 723. Wanted to Buy-- A N r a D ^ 0 ^ 1 j 7 l c o lapsible, baby buggy. Ph. 3351. 401-103 1st S. W. PHONE 782 For Sale or Rent-- FOR SALE OR RENT--5 rm. mod. bungalow. 1211 N. Adams. WANTED--Used washing machines to trade in on new washers. Ph. 17. WANTED--Modern home arouncj $1,500 for cash. D-12, GIobe-G,i- zette. Business Opportunities-- OK SALE--5£t7lTl^m"ity~s7a't town, on two paved highways 28 water, attractive rooms, running price to settle T-10, Globe-Gazette. an estate. Write FOR SALE Local cigar store and pool hall. Mode will invoice about $2809 Gond local restaurant. Fixtures will invoice about $1200. Doing good business. KEHM LAND CO. PH. 827 FOR SALE--Beauty shop; .114, E . State. f SALE--Crescent Lunch room. Northwood, Iowa. Houscliold Goods-- FOR SALE--Li m good condition. 302 N i n t h S. K. FOR SALE--Slightly u.sed Acorn electric range. 220 Seventh N. E. WANTED TO HEAR cal oil company intere selling out their bulk plant Write Y-J2, OLORE-G.iZETTE Three SELLING bedroom suites, rugs, cur- from jocal oil company interested in tllil TM. bookcase, davenport fible Irop!enf table, d i n i n g room set, gas '»t? Ve ice lox ' kitch "i tnhfes, chairs, t h i r t y volumes New International Encyclopedia, large medicine cabinet, hall mirror, all in good condition at sacrifice. 707 N. WASH. AVE. PH. 287B Wanted, Miscellaneous-- WANTED--Good home~or~roun7 bird dog. 1631 W. Pros. For Rent, Farms- A PLEASANT home for married couple to raise poultry.on shares Man to help on farm when needed Write Globe-Gazette Y-7. '29 Ford Coupe ( b l u e ) . . . .$3.10 '20 Ford Coupe Spt. Model ...5345 '28 Ford Road, (dandy) ,$205 '28 Ford Coupe Spt. Model S.HOO '28 Ford Coupe runs perfect ..$205 '28 Whippet Fordor ( t a n ) . . . . $ 2 0 5 '28 Whippet Sedan (clean) S2fiO '28 Whippet Coupe (Spt.) . . . . $ 1 5 5 '27 Chev. Coupe a real snap ..$175 '27 Chrysler Coupe (a d a n d y ) $1(10 '27 Dodge Coupe clean, new motor £9ii~ '27 Star Coupe a bargain '27 Chev. Fordor see this '27 Chev. Coupe new paint '27 Chev. Coach (gray) '25 Dodge Coach late . jS]2 PRICED LKSS THAN Jjilu'o '27 Essex Coach now tires . . . $ «)r '27 Ford Road, (box on rear) fj !f '2B Ford Fordor runs good . . 5 8," '26 Ford Coupe (late) very' clean i '25 Ford Tudor '31 lie. ..'.''.'."· '25 Hudson Coach {as is) .. . . '25 V n l i e Sedan '31 lie '24 Ford Road, box on rear '31 lie f TRUCKS '29 Chev. (6) !,:_. ton $285 Ford 1 ton cab and box '31 lie. § 75 Ford 1 ton cab and box '31 lie. $ G5 7,317.!)r Total Receipts '20 Ford P i c k u p closed '29 Ford A Panel '28 Ford P i c k u p '27 Chev. Delivery '27 Chev. Delivery ..$325 . .SSSii ..$250 .$ 40 ...... Ford Model T Panel '31 lie. LIBERAL TKRMS Sdhiakeii Motor FOR SALK 3-pe. Jacmiard velour living room suite, reed haliy stroller. 212 ADAMS BLOCK FOR SALE}--9x12 rug. Ph. 2277J. FORD and LINCOLN Used Cur Salesroom 2 Doors '\Vcnt of THE BUSIEST CORNER TOWN IN Expenditures for January: ,, , G E N E R A L GOVERNMENT Salaries and Wages s 10,507, Telephone and Telegrams Printing, Stationery and Office Supplies Miscellaneous PROTECTION OF Police Department Fire Department Miscellaneous 26.50 OS.04 140.71 ·? 10,813.86 ?133,393.3'! 2,102.E10 HEAD OF GOOD WORK HORSES John FARM MACHINERY Gang I-lou'. MnC'ormlrlt-D TERMS--As arrartKed with the flcrk. .T. II. Dnrsiry, Aucr. FarnicTM Havings Hunk, Plymouth, Clerk. LIFK AND PROPF.RTY General Expense \ .° F TM ALTK AND ^SANITATION Disposal Plant, and Sewers ".'.'.[ ' 't^l'l Garbage Disposal nnd Collections ...'...... STREET DEPARTMENT .Slreet Lighting » Street Cleaning '.[['_ Graveling '...'.'. Maintenance Removing Snow and Ice '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. Miscellaneous 621.04 257.15 fi4.35 ·Uvl.85 1.1S6.39 ,, 7,878.91 1,810.67 Salaries and Wages Material and Supplies WATERWORKS 5 ·!,040.38 8.14S.2G Park M u n i c i p a l Band . . . Comfort Station .. -library nterest on Bonds Bonds . ,. , . ubhshing R e f u n d s '. INDEPENDENT FUNDS MISCELLANEOUS S'16.29 50.00 170.27 1,97.1.20 (ifiS.TS 2,000.00 25.2( 108.17 " on Hand in Bond F u n d s February 1 insi" 'ash on Hand in Other Funds February \. 19;jl $ 5,700.51 ? 133.73 5 12,066.78 S f)0,. r 17.H P. F. HOPKINS, City And TODAY h n m c ownership Is made easier than ever b e f o r e : . . Prices are e x c e p t i o n a l l y low--down payments are small and monthly t e r m s cnn he arranged to suit your convenience n n d your income . . , Look over t h e list of Real Estate value.s offered TODAY in the Mason City Globe-Gazette WANT-ADS

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