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Mason City, Iowa
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FEBRUARY 16 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Your Spare Room--A Want Ad--Result GLOBE-GAKETTK WANT AD RATES. Fifteen cents a line first Insertion. Ten cents a line for each consecutive subsequent insertion. (Count five average words to the line.) Seven insertions are given for the price of six. 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 time of insertion or not later than 24 hours thereafter. Answers to blind advertisements must be 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 Pound-- LOST--Brown glove, fur top. Return to Globe-Gazette. Reward. FOUND--Bunch of keys. Ph. 927. LOST--Leather case containing 3 keys. Ph. 423 or 491. LOST Black suitcase containing- baby clothes, west of Nora Springs. PH. 1205, JMASON CITY or 148, Norn Springs Help Wanted, ^ WANTED--Shoemaker. Phone""?!!)! WANTED Married man with boy, 17 or'older, to work on farm. Must have good references. Do not npply on Sunday. P. M. Strand Manly, Iowa WANTED 130 TRUCKS --for-- For Rent, Rooms-- FOR RENT--Fine warm furnished room. Private entrance. Ph. 1321. FOR RENT--Hskg. rms. 112 5 N.W. FOR RENT--Firm, room, close in, ffentleman preferred. 14 S. Adams. FOR RENT--Rooms. 132 2nd S. W. FOR RENT--Mar. 1st furn. light hskg. rooms. 228 1st S. E. . paving and batch hauling 70 DUAL TRUCKS --for-dirt work on contract --in-Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin Prefer Chevrolet G-cyl. with duals or International G-speed for this work Jess FOB RENT Pleasant hskpg. rms., furn. Heat, light and gas furn. 418 7th S. E. PH. 1434 FOR RENT--Warm slpg. room, close in. Ph. 3013-W evenings. 2 mod. furn. hskg. rms. 107 15 N. W. Ph. 1179W. I _ J212|/, N. Federal Avc., Mason City PHONE .3011 FOR RENT--2 unfurn. light hskg rms. 936 N. Del. FOR RENT--3 turn, hskpg. rms., large garden. 015 4 N. E. Ph. 1399. FOR RENT--Sleeping room. 2391!. North Federal, Apt. 9. FOR RENT--Furn. Igt. hakpg. {-ml Ph. 14GO-J. 20 Fourth St. N. W. Salesmen Wanted- FOR RENT very reasonable--1st class'slpg. room, outside entrance, private lavatory, hot water lieut Ph. 3974,1. 321 JST. Georgia. Money to Loan-LOANS £ $300 --on-- niAMONDS-FURNlTUFlE-AUTOS-SALAflY No Publicity No Delays 1 to 20 Months to Repay SECURITY LOAN CO. 331 1st Natl. Bk. Phono 4,12 1 OANS Household i-----i AND ·J Uptog800 lAutomobiles REPAY IN 1 TO 20 MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS C. L. PINE LOAN CO. 204-15-6 Weir Bldg. State St. Fed. Ave. Phone 224 M O N E Y F O B A L L P U R P O S E S Loaned on your Auto, Furniture or Other Security. Cars refinanced on smaller payments. HOME LOAN FINANCE CO. 2nd Floor M. B. A. Bldg. Phone 727 FARM LOANS Prompt service. Act now for spring. \V. L. PATTON 109 East State Street FOR RENT---3 furn. light hskpg. rms., outside ent. 909 N. Del. WANTED 2 men to travel with district mun- ager. Sales experience not necessary. Must be over 21 and have car. Give telephone number in reply. Address B-1G, Globe-Gazette. FOR RENT--Mod. room. 212 /, N Federal. Phone 3011. WANTED--Young men 18 to 21 for saleswork to travel with manager, about ?25 per week. Call at 202 M B. A. Bldg. FOR RENT--Furn. room in new home. Ph. 1232 after 5. FOR RENT--Md. rm. 326 2nd N. E. HERE'S BIG MONEY! Sell "Powdered Silk Hand Soap. Enormous demand. Beats all competition; repeats constantly. Sample free. J. O. Adams Co. Boonc, Iowa. WANTED Sales representative in every town in state of Iowa. Good pay.* Write BOX 46 CEDAR FALLS, IOWA 550 WEEKLY, booking orders easy new way, roses, shrubs, trees. Experience unnecessary. Full or part time. Free outfit. Employ subagents. Emmons Co., Newark, N. Y. WANTED--Young man to travel in nearby counties. About $27.50 pel- week to start. Car furnished where necessary. Write J-16, Globe-Gazette. MANAGER Wanted for Mason City and vicinity. Earnings up to §400 monthly or more. $750 cash deposit on merchandise required. Expenses to Chicago if you qualify. Manufacturer, 112-114 No. May St., Chicago. Situations Wanted-"WANTED Housekeeping by experienced white woman. Write L-16, GLOliE-GA/ETTE DISTRICT Manager with car to represent fast selling line "made to measure" Hollywood Sportswear. Preferably woman experienced in direct selling and organizing. Write 2640 South Hill St., Los Angeles Cal. WANTED--Place by reliable f a r m hand by month. Ph. 654W. Kxperienceu married man wanes joo on farm by year. Write T-14. Globe-Gazette. KELIABLE\yOUNG LADY \ wants work in home, fond of children, can furnish good reference, J PHONE 2990 or 2SS8W For jSale or Trade FOR SALE OR TRADE 1029 Ford closed light delivery. 1927 CIicv. Coupe, clean. Priced to sell. Phone 2D18W. WOMAN wants housekeeping on farm. Phone 3-13S-W. FOR SALE OR TRADE E(|iiity in my five room bungalow for small grocery store or what have you. Write K-16, GLOBE-GAZETTE Board and Room-- BOARD AND ROOM--Ph. 1317-W. Services Offered-- GENERAL HOUSE CLEANING i OF ALL KINDS Clean wall paper 50c. a. rtn. and up. Wash woodwork and jiainied walls, wax and polish floors by hr. or job. PHONE 3030 For Sale, Livestock-- FOR SALE P. B. Polled Hereford hull, 5 yrs. old, weight 1800. Geo. Schroeder, It. No. 2, Britt, la. FOR RENT--Hskg. rma. Ph. 2338W. FOR RENT Desirable furn. hskpg. rms., hot water heat, hard wood floors, newlv decorated. 672 E. State. FOR RENT--Single furn. hskpg. room and slpg. room. 32 6 N. W. I'OR RENT--Furn. room with kitchenette, lights, heat and water furn. §20 a month. 406 1st: S. W. Phone 402GW. For Rent, Apartments FOR RENT--Mod. heated 4 rm. duplex apt. and garage. 2113J. FOR RENT--Heated apt. Ph. 2877. FOR RENT--1 rm. heated apt Call 3642 from 11 to 1 or after 5. FOR RENT--Mod. apt., 3 rms. and "ath, 2 Murphy beds. Call 210. FOR RENT -- Four room heated apartment 525. Ph. 3054 or 2357 FOR RENT ~~ Close in and very pleasant 3-room apt. and bath. Furniture for sale to renter at big savings. HOLT'S CAFETERIA 25 First St. Southeast Trade or Exchange-- I Have CLEAR INCOME PROPERTY to trade on a 40 to 80 acre farm within five miles of Mason City or Clear Lake. Give full description, price and encumbrance In first letter. Write S-13, GLOBE-GAZETTE I OWN GOOD SOUTH DAKOTA FARM LAND, CLEAR (o exchange for well improved Iowa farm or up to date city property. E. E. HARRISON Forest City Iowa Poultry and Eggs-FOB SALE Day's famous flock of Buff Orping-. tons. 23 years of breeding for exhibition and egg production. Have produced winners at Chicago, Madison Square Garden, Kansas City and many other National Shows. Incubators, Brooders, Fountains, Feeders. Entire flock and all equipment for sale at a sacrifice- price. DR. H. E. DAY Dumont Iowa Business Opportunities-- FOR SALE--Crescent Lunch room, Northwoocl, Iowa. FOK SALE 3 chair barber shop, must be sold at once. KEHM LAND CO. PH. 827 CAFE FOR SALE--All new, new brick building. Good location in town of 1000, So. Minn. Selling on account of health. Write S-16, Globe-Gazette. For Sale--Real Estate-- FOR SALE--Mod. 5 rm. bungalow in Grandview at the right price and favorable terms. Ph. 3414. W H. Briar. FOR SALE--New home. Ph. 999. FOR SALE--Good 6 rtn. hse. Must be moved by March 1. Ph. 1807. FOR SALE Modern 8-room house, double brick garage, at Elm and Bell Sts. Clear Lake, Iowa. Phone 494 For Rent, Houses- FOR RENT--7 rm. all mod. home. 115 Sixth S. W. Inq. 615 S. Adams. FOR RENT--G rm. mod. bung-, and garage. 522 Tenth St. N. E, FOR RENT--Mod. house. Ph. 3224J. Do you want to rent, buy or sell a home. Call W. H. Briar. Ph. 3414. ··OR RENT--Bungalow at 1618 N. Adams. Cheap. FOR RENT--Good small house and garage 512.50 a month. Ph. 3054. FOR RENT--I rm. house. Ph. 999. FOR RENT Modern 8-Koom House with Garage on E. Main, Clear Lake. Reasonable to good renter. PH. 408-W, CLEAR, LAKE It. H. Holt Wanted to Buy-- WANTED TO BUY One good used 60 Caterpillar with elevator. Two small road maintain ers with power equipment. JESS HARRINGTON 2121/2 No. Fed. Mason Citj Business and Professional Directory Auto Electrical and Battery3ervice -- AND ELECTRIC CO. NEW BATTEHIES S5.35 And Your Old Battery 301 SECOND S. W. PHONE 389 Beauty Shops -- sHOPPB Pormancnts, Marcels nnd Finger waves Our Specialty '/i West State Phone 514 Contractors -- rmtraclor» Kcpnlr Worli Alteration Work . Small UMen Hundred I'romntlv DI8 So. rre». Arc. fhrme 031 Repair Work-- Tailor-- UPHOLSTERING, Repairing. Cornstock Furn. Co., Phone 2708. PHONE 3538,1 ,1. DAIILSTUOM Paper hanging and Fainting. Let us estimate your work FOR SALE Hereford bulls. One 8 yr. old, good enough to head any herd. Also some calves from 9 to 13 mos. Choice 550 while they lust. Ed Pierce Hanlontown WILL Trade ram for June ewe. Fred Boyd, Clear Lake. FOR SALE Iron grey gelding, coming 5. Will take bred ewes or cow part pay_ ment. Phone I4F5 Paper'g.. paint'g. Stewart. 2835W. PAINTING, paper h'ging. Ph. 2777. PAPERING, Painting. K l n r r . 2127W. TKIMMHVU trees. l j n. (t:-ta. jviuilcu. WANTED--Washings. Ph. 2-V!S.I. THINK THIS OVER Why not have your old mattress remade, as good as new, complete with beautiful art tick, $5.50. 1931 prices on upholstering and f u r n i t u r e repairing. New coverings. j Mason City Furniture Exchange- Phono 1G03 ' 21 1st S. W. Wanted, Miscellaneous-- WANTED--Good home for young bird dog. 1631 N. Pres. A. H. SKELLINGER Building mover. Now located at Cerro Gordo Hotei. PHONE FOR INFORMATION Educational Opportunities WANTED--5 men mechanically inclined for radio broadcasting and talking picture work. Reply stating age, education, occupation and phone number. Address Box No. Z- 16, care of Globe-Gazette. For Sale, Farms-- Old couple offering fine 8Q acres near Mason City. Priced to sell. Phone 867. For Rent, Farms-- FOR RENT IGO A. farm located four miles north and one mile west of Grnfton, two miles east and one mile north of Bnlan, NW'/j Sec. 12 Twp. flf) R 10, Worth County, Iowa. Good new barn, good house. Land in a good Ktjite of cultivation. Rent: Cash rent of $4.00 per acre for approximately 4!) acres of hay and pasture land. One half of corn and 2-5 of small grain delivered to market free of charge by tenant. Will lease for a term of yours to suitable party. Give reference, amount of stock, equipment, etc., in first letter. Address II. W. WINGERT Cedar Rapids Iowa Care of Cedar Life Ins. Co. J. 0. SELBY MERCHANT TAILOR New Spring Styles--Suits S»5 to $7. : i Opposite Hanford Hotel Ph. 1158 Funeral Directors-- McAULEY FUNERAL HOME 8 South Adams Phone 651 PATTERSON. FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service 322 N. Washington Phone 114(1 Radio Service-PAUL'S RADIO SERVICE Experienced Radiotricians on All Radios Phono 355 7 2nd St. S. W.--K. C. Bldg. FOR KENT 80 acre fnrm S miles N. W. of Nora Springs. Also 44 acrrs at Rockford. G blocks from postofficc, C. W. BKENTWER Hockford Iowa RADIO « ELECTRIC REPAIR SHOP Specialists in Repairing Radio and electric appliances. PHONE 48!) 4th St. N. K. and N. Federal CAFES COZYJNN'CA'FE"' Mcnls ;,nd Short-Ordors Homo Made liread and Pastry 932 East Stale HOME BAKERY-- Mrs. Maynard's Special cakes frn special occasions. Home-made angel food, Lady Baltimore, etc., baked on order. 929 N. Federal Phone .H!)!7 Barber Shops -- UNION SHOP Evpprienccd narbers Corner Federal and 14th Northwest HARRY A. WALTER SPEEDWAY GARAGE 003 S. Pres. Avc. General RcjmJr Wnrh nnd StnrriKC--ttvtclnl- jzlnc nn OalUniid und Pnntlac. Open nvc* nines nnd Sunday morning. l)»y nnd Msht WrtlclilnR .Service. Prices on repnlrlnf and u-rccklnif uprvlco reduced during January. All tvorlt cimrnntoej. PHONE 119G FOR SALE White Holland turkey hens, old, $5 each. Barred Rank hatching eggs from an accredited hatchery flock, 12c above market price. Orders taken now. MRS. JAS. H. KIRK Fertile · Iowa FOR SALE--Leghorn hens, 50c. Ph. 12F4. Buy Chicks From TRIPLE BLOODTESTED STOCK ?7.50 per 100 and up OUR CHICKS ARE ALL GUARANTEED We can use eggs from a few more pure bred flocks: We buy eggs from our chick customers. Brooder houses and stoves at 15 per cent reduction. Gold Medal all mash chick starter and No Corn Scratch at $S per 100. Peat at $3,50 per bale, Cod Liver Oil 51,50 per gal. 5 gal. lota S1.25 per gal. Custom hatching; In our electric heated and controlled incubators S2.50 per 100. MASON CITY HATCHERY Ph. 2041 NICHOLAS HATCHERY, Clarion ALLISON HATCHERY, Allison For Sale, Miscellaneous-- FOR SALE--HAY. Phone~1435^w' FOR SALE--Double 1255. garage. Ph. FOR SALE--Cedar chest, copper boiler, book case. 214 First S. W. FOR SALE New and used motorcycles. One 192G Ford Panel Truck. Harley Davidson Sales Service. 525 So. Pros. SENSATIONAL BUYS Brand New 1931 MAJESTIC SUPER-HETRODYNE 8-tube Radios. Regular Price 112.50 $59.50 Latest New 1931 Four Circuit VICTOR. RADIO .$79.50 Complete. Regular price $131.50 A C T N O W PHONE 489 UAIJIO KLECTKIO REPAIR SHOP 4th N. E. N. Fed. Open Evenings Chiropodist-- jbHN*5TRE E LER CHIROPODIST Office now open with ull tho latest methods of procedure. 816 1st Nntl. Bank Bldg. Office phono 831; residence phono 8-14. Service Stations -- SERVICE STATION Diamond Gasoline and 7GO Motor Oils. Phono 182 826 E. State Petitts' Diamond Service Station Diamond Gasoline and 760 Motor Oils Phono 763 Cor. Washington and 2nd St. S. W. Used Automobiles -WE Used Cars Inclusively I'd. SB9S. Del. 2nd St. S. E. Wo Finance Time Payment Sales LARSEN AUTO MARKET Amusements-DROLLER SKATING Plymouth, Iowa, every Monday. Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday. PETERSON AND HERHIANSON Brick Contractors-- Before you do any Ulnd of BRICK WORK call for information nnd estimates. MAX PETERSEN Phone 10G7 2103 South Federal HENRY HEIDERICH Phono 8378W 730 15tli Place N. 1C. FOR-SALE Walk-in ice boy in good condition with 6 triple glass doors for ice or Frigidnlrc. One new cultipacker. One grain drill. Above articles will be sold cheap if taken at once. WILL TRADE FOR CATTLE OK HOGS Phone 2429] FOR SALE Bumper Trailer Hitch. Largo reed huliy buggy. Perfection kerosene heater. Largo medioinn box, fits Mode! T Ford Roadster or Coupe. C. A. MORRISON 403 E. STATE Call 5 p. m. to 6:80 p. m. FOR SALE--Burr oak posts at Fertile. L. L. Ebaugh. Clear Lake, la. INew JacKson Bell Midget rauiu, screen grid, tone control, fully guaranteed, bargain. 230 1st N. E. Ph. 976. Farm Machinery -- TING FARM Will sell Farm-All Traolor, Two-row Plow, 14-ft. Disc, 2-bottom Plow and 2-row Corn Picker for tractor. All new last year. Reasonable amount Iou r n, bnlnncu u n t i l next fall. Also have 28-ft. Tractor Harrow. 4 MILES WEST OF BELMOND ON PRITCHARD FARM W. B. REED 15 Income Household Goods-- FOB SALE Two bedroom suits, three rugs, davenport table, dining room set, gas rungc, two sets Encyclopedia, tapestry, other articles 707 N. WASHINGTON AVE. Ph. 2876 WANTED--Used washing machines to trade in on new washers. Ph. 17. FOR SALE--Household goods. Another lot of household goods now out consisting: of dining room set, dressers, chairs, _ beds, stands, library tables. Opim Sunday morning nftcr 10 a. m. Cndwcll Transfer".t Storage Co. SOS 8th St. S. W. FOR SALE--9x12 living room rug, $4. 211 N. Jeff. FOR SALE--Small white enameled range. Ph. 1603. Used FURNITURE STOVES and RUGS Goods Bought, Sold and Exchanged GRAHAM'S N e w a n d S e c o n d H a n d S t o r e 204 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. PHONE 301 Former Location of Mason City Hardware Musical Instruments-- FOR SALE -- Conn saxophone, cheap. Phone 345W, Clear Lake. For Sale or Rent-- FOR SALE OR RENT--S rm. mod. bungalow. 1211 N. Adams. Auto Accessories-- S RELIABLE USEID CARS "NOT ALL THE USED CAIIS IN MASON CITY HUT THE CREAM OF THE CROP AT THE SEASON'S B E S T PRICES" Rememlicr a. used cur is only a.s good us Uie deafer that sells It. W arc reliable car donlcr/H and ou reputation Is your absolute protec tion 1928 Essex Coach. Excellent $19, USED CAR BARGAINS Clean Oakland Coacli. A-l sifl! Kino I'oiitlno C'oatli. Clean Sis: Perfect Espiex Conch, clean' SI3." Handy Chevrolet Coach, cheap $iijf star Conch, n bargain $123 In Many (it her mnkcu tuiU from Trade -- Terms "Spring Is Just Amiinrt llio t'timcir." Conic In tonight anil pick out n air whlln Iho flMcctJun \n jooil anil Ittn prices are low -SCB us tin all mukM, nd modefs and fad prlrc.t. OAKLANILPONTIAC MOTOR CAI1S SALES AND SERVICE 2,1-31 jnd si. s. i:. ,.,,,,,,,, j,, 51 Open Evening* nttd Sundays CAM, i;s A.NVT1MK FOR wiu:cKi.v[i USED CARS of MERIT 1929 Whippet Six Coach, clean $435 192D Whippet 4-cyl. Coach, new tires S33f. 1928 Whippet Six Coach, A-l $'8r 1928 Whippet 4-cyl. Sedan, new' 1928 Falcon Knight Six Coach $88i» 1826 Ford Tudor, only ^ (j5 1925 O 1 d a m o b i 1 e Six 4-dr.' Sedan $19,-, 1026 Chevrolet Coupe S125 1!)25 Ford Coupe s 45 1026 Ford Touring [5 43 192G Essex Coach ;·; Late Model Pontiac Panel, clean $32,- Sco the HCIV l!)St WIHys fi and « and Willys-Knight now on display. Price reduced from ?1~0 to $100 HATHORN AUTO CO. PHONE 441--148 1926 Ford Covipe. Clean .? 8; 1923 Chevrolet -Coupe 5 3" I92G Ford Roadster. Clean 5 85 192ti Essex Coach. Clean $ 95 1927 Essex Sedan. Perfect $245 1B2G HuSson Coach. Like new .$245 1927 Hudson Brougham. A-l $205 11)Z9 Essex Challenger Coach 5805 1929 Hudson-Sedan. Perfect !fn!j 1027 Buick Club Coupe ji4!)5 192S Dodge Sedan. Dandy $ 95 1929 . Chevrolet Delivery .$395 1928 Essex Sedan. 4-door $295 1928 LaSaile Sedan. A-l §1275 Dump Box good as new $ 75 EASV PAYMENTS TO ALL, Lapiner Motor "THE BRIGHTEST CORNER IN TOWN" FARM SALE 2 Miles North of Clear Lake Cream- cry, V 2 Mile East. REAL ESTATE- THEODORE KOERBER Real Estate -- Steamship Agency 121/2 2nd Street Northeast Telephone 3034 SAT, FEB. 21 ALL STOCK AND F A R M MA- CHINERY Quiling Farming W. M. SNIBLEY 'USED CAR BARGAINS 20 Ford Roadster, nice $S! '24 Ford Fordor, good one SSO '25 Essex Coach $!·; '2S Ford Tudor $)· '27 Essex Coach $125 '28 Whippet Coupe, new rubber $240 '28 Whippet Coach, nice SS52I5 '20 Stiitz Sedan, a steal 5S50 '29 Nfmh Twin-6 Sedan $405 '30 Ford Tudor, like new $4(55 '20 Ford Tudor, best in town SS50 '28 Chrysler 52 Coach S2oO '28 Oldsmobile Coupe $375 '27 Dodge Sedan, like new ...;j;2!)5 '20 Ford Town Sedan, only . .$150 '28 Chevrolet Coach, good . . . . $ 2 8 5 5H (ITIIKILS--A I.I, MAKKS A M I .MODKI.S l'rlcr« Include Ml Ncrnxe. All rnrry our hlamlaril guarnntrr \VK THAOt: KASY TKB.MS A u t o M a r k e t in 2nd St. S. K. Ojtfn Kv FOR S A L K CHEAP l-ivlieol Ford trailer complete, box 3x10 ft. G. E. FROST 2B 5th N. E. Legal Notices PUBLIC NOTICE OF TIME AND PLACE OF HEARING To Whom It May Concern: Public notice ia hereby given that there Is now on file in the office of the City Clerk of the City of Mason City Iowa, a petition aslting the City Council of the City ol Mason City, Iowa, under the provisions of Ordinance No. 225 of said City, and the Statutes of Iowa applicable thereto, to change the classification of the following described real estate from District "A" to District "IS,'' to wit: Lots Three and Four (S Jfc 4), in Block Two ( 2 ) , In Kuppinger's Addition to MuHim City, Iowa, except, the West Ninety; (W. !)0 ft.) of said lots. Lot Eight (8) in Auditor's Ueplui of Lots One (11 nnd Two (Z) \n Block Two ( Z ) , in Kupplnger's Addition to Mason City, lowii. Lot Five (5) in Auditor's Replat of Lots One ( I ) and Two ( 2 ) , in Block Two ( 2 ) , In Kup- pingcr's Addition to Mason City, Iowa. Notice is f u r t h e r given tliu there is now ou f i l e in the office o the City Cleric of Mason City, Iowa a petition asking the City Counci of said City, under the provision of Ordinance No. 225 of said City and the Statutes of Iowa applicable thereto, to change the classification of the following described real es- :ate from District "B" and placing the same in District "D" Lots Twelve ( 1 2 ) , Thlrtvnn ( 1 3 ) , Fourteen ( 1 4 ) , and Fifteen ( I B ) , in Block Thirty-five (35), Kailroiul Addition to Mason City Iowa. You are f u r t h e r notified that Hiblic hearing upon said petition? vill be hold by the City Council cf. klason City, Iowa, v.\. the City Hall n Mason City, Iowa, on March G, 931, at 1:00 o'clock p. m., at which .ime and place objections to change of said classification may be presented, and will be heard and con- idei-ed. J. H. McEWEN, City Cleric. AN ACT To Legali/.o (ho C n r p o r n t n Acts and Proceedings of tlio Pleasant Hill Tctaplmnn Company of Ma.son City, Iinva, nnd to Provide for thn Kencwnl and IGvtcnslnii of thu Period of Corporate Existence of Suld Pleasant Hill Telephone Company. WHEREAS, the period of the corporate existence of the Pleasant Hill Telephone Company orgu.ni7.ed under the laws of the state of Iowa with its principal place of business in Portland Township in Ccvro Gordo County, Iowa, and i t s post- office address as Mason City, Iowa, expired on the first day of August, 1929, and through inadvertence the same was not renewed w i t h i n the period prescribed by statute, and WHEREAS, the said Pleasant Hill Telephone Company continued thereafter to conduct ils business and affairs as a corporation, anil WHEREAS, on the 10th day of December, 1930. all the stockholders represented at n m e e t i n g of said corporation joined in the .adoption and execution of renewal articles of incorporation for the purpose of continuing the business and corporate life of said company, anil WHEREAS, on the 1HU clay of December, 3030, said articles of incorporation were f i l e d and recorded in the office of the county recorder of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, anJ on the 15th day of January, 10.11, were filed in the office of the secre-' tary of state of the state of Iowa, and W H E R E A S , said articles of incorporation provide t h a t tho period of corporate existence of said corporation shall e x p i r e on t h e first day of August, 104!), being twenty f 2 0 ) years f r o m the e x p i r a t i o n of the former corporate charter, and WHEREAS, saici corporation has luly paid to the secretary of state f the State of Iowa the filing- and ecording fees provided by law, low, therefore, BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE IT ATE OF IOWA: Section 1. All proceedings had vith respect to the renewal of said orporation be and the same are icreby legalized and shall have tho ame force and effect as though in nil compliance with tho laws of tho tate of Iowa, and shall be held and onsidered as a renewal and exten- ion of the period of corporate ex- stence of the said Pleasant Hill 'elephone Company, which expired on the first day of August, 1029, ind that all of the corporate ncta md proceedings of said company u h s e q n e n t to the first day of Augst, 1929, including the proceedings n connection with the renewal or xtonsion of the corporate existence if said company are hereby cleclar- d to be valid and legal the same as f they had in all respects been done n accordance with the general laws if the state of Iowa, relating to orporations. The secretary of state is hereby uilhorized and directed to issue to said Pleasant Hill Telephone Com- any a certificate of renewal of tha corporate existence of said com- iany providing t h a t said corporate existence shall expire on the first lay of August, 1049. Nothing in his net shall be deemed or con- itriied to affect pending litigation. Sec. 2. This act being deemed of mmcdiate importance shall take ef- "ect and be in force from and after ta publication in The Mason City 31obe-Gazette, a newspaper pub- ishcd in Mason City, Cerro Got do bounty, Iowa, and in the Noni Springs Advertiser, a newspaper published in Nora Springs, Floyd bounty, Iowa, without expense to .he state. ARCH W. McFARLANE, President of the Senate. FRANCIS JOHNSON, Speaker of the House. I hereby certify that this bill riginated in the Senate and is known as Senate File No. 22. WALTER H. BEAM, Secretary of the Senate. \pprovecl Feb. 13, 1031-DAN W. TURNER, Governor. Defeated Senate Candidate Charges "Kentucky ..-., Democrats. o 5 ^ WASHINGTON, Feb. 16. (/PI-Former Senator Robsion, republican, Kentucky, charged today in. a. letter to Chairman Nye of the senate campaign funds investigating-- · committee, that "whole precincts were stolen" in the election, lost fall in which he was defeated Denying t.hnt he had injected tho religious issue into the campaign" Robsion said he felt if there was to be an investigation of the 1930 Kentucky election it should not be confined to the republican party. "The Kentucky state highway commission was in the hands of eight partisan democrats, Robsion. said. "They had millions of dollars mder their control. Kentucky need- id roads. Thousands of men and their families were destitute on ae- coimt of unemployment and drought, "It was a matter spoken of t h r u out the slate that persons interested in the democratic candidates 'isitcd various communities In tho state and aUted bluntly lo many- officials and citizens that they vould have to line up for the d e m - ocratic candidates to get this or hat roud built or to get employ- nent." · Orleans Prepares ! for Annual Mardi Gras NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 16. (.-!-"at men in baby clothes with bot- Ics and nipples, girla dressed n:i f Lo go down to the sea in ships, iratcs with the fierce visages oC lie brothers LaFitte, clown and 3cau B r u m m c l s told the world to- ay w i t h whistles and horns and onfetti that King Hex would ar- ive at dawn tomorrow for hia an- ual ono day reign of Mardi Gras rmrulc. .ouis Wolheim Ready to Undergo Operation of Exploratory Type HOLLYWOOD, Cal., Feb. 16. (.T ouls Wolheim, rugged character ctor nf stage and screen prepared t a hospital today to undergo what is physicians term "an exploratory aparotorny." Drs. N n r n m n Sprague and Clarnce Hopkins said they did not be- nve be bad appendicitis, but there ·as a maladjustment In Hie region f his appendix. They will operate o see if they can find what ig ' The caveman couldn't go out and lam the door, so he knocked a cor- :r off the entrance of the cave vith bin club.--St. Louis Glohe- )emocral. DO YOU NEED MONEY? Our personal loan department offers good service and reasonable terms. C. E. Brooks Co. 20ni/ 2 1st Natl. Bk. Bldg., Ph. 3RO

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