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TWELVE SENTENCE BuriPENDED. Jim Sweeney, 638 Adams aven.. . southwest, was fined $25 and costs by John C. Shipley, police judge, Monday morning on a charge of intoxication, Sweeney was arrested Sunday morning on South Federal avenue. His sentence was suspended on good behavior. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 12 I 1934 THIS IS THE LAST of a tirlii cf Â«dÂ»Â»rtiiÂ»mtnti dirtcttd to fteit troubled with DIABETES SU6AÂ« IN URINE, ALIUMIN, IRIC ACID AND KIDNEY DISORDERS WhÂ«thÂ«r voutl is mild cr 4ivÂ«nctd can, lnÂ»Â«t!qÂ«Â»i HiÂ« "trill Â·' ICHEIOEMAN'S SHRUI REMEDY. Â· fÂ«moul blmdtnj of Itirubl. btrritl and luvci, wMdi hÂ« lÂ«lpÂ«Â« Iwndrtdi upon hnndndl. Writ, (or FREE dt- .cript!Â«Â« p.mphUI t.llino FACTS of mÂ«nr Mill. Convlnct Â·fumM You dtlnk SCHEIDEMAN'S *6MEDYIritÂ«d of wattr. Inftpanilve to uw. Wrlfa today or iind $1 for trial order. SCHEIDEMAN REMEDY CO. DEfT. F-15 2451 N. TMtonli Are., Mllwium, Wll. Cut Rate Grocery PRICES BELOW GOOD AT BOTH STOKES FOB TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY 30 E. State St.--Phone 112-11S SOS 1st. St. S. W--Phone 114 Creamery BUTTER (none better) Ib.. Â·Â·^Â·Â·Â·M BROWN SUGAR, 6 pounds Milk, 4 large 25c Brooms 39c, 49c, 59c Vanilla Flavor, 8 oz. bottle 19c lOo Pumpkin, S cans... 25c I0c Sal Soda, 8 pkgs 25c 10c Baking Soda, S pkgs. 25c Raisins, per pkg. lOc Boneless Codfish, 1-lb. box 25c Mackerel, tall can lOc lOo Kidney Beans, 4 cans 25o Mr. Farmer: Bring us your eggs. We always pay highest prices and your eggs bny more here. TEA Best Or. Tea (bulk) Ib. 25c Best Blk. Tea (bulk) Ib. 25e Upton's Gr. Tea, 1 Ib. pkg. S5c Cut Rate Special Tea, pkg. 28c Tea Sittings, 1 Ib. pkg... ISc FRUITS Fancy Lemons, dozen... 29c Grapefruit, seedless, 7 for 25c BesfeEeaclies, No. 10. cans 45c BeSt Apricots, No. 10 cans 43c llbby's Peaches, Pears, : cut 15Â° Llbby's Cherries, Apricots, can 1*Â« Red Cherries, No. 2 cans 15c Pineapple, qt. cans, 2 for 35c Peaches or Apricots, Qt. cans, 2 for Soc White Cherries or Pears, Qt. cans, 2 for Soc Sunkist Oranges, 2 dozen 35c Sunklst Oranges, doz. 25c, 35c VEGETABLES | Carrots, large bunches 5c Corn, 5 cans 25c Coin, 4 cans 25e Cora, 2 cans 25c Peas, can 10c Peas, 2 for S5o Peas, per can 15o Lima Beans, 6 cans 25c Luna Beans, large can... lOc Kidney Beans, 2 caas loc Rutabagas, 3 Ibs lOc Head Lettuce, solid, 5c, lOc Celery, large stalks, lOc, 15c ISc Spinach, 2 cans 25c Spinach, quart cans .... IBc Green String Beans 10f. Wax String Beans lOc Beets, per can Mo lOc Carrots, 2 cans 15c Bring Us Your Palmolive, Super Suds and Crystal White Coupons--We Will Be Glad to Redeem Them. Mop Sticks (best) each.. loc Fresh Marshmallows, Ib. lie Macaroni, S Ibs 25c Spaghetti, 3 Ibs 25c Shrimp, 15c; 2 for 25c Mac: or Snag., 5 pkgs.... 25c Dill Pickles, pint Jars... lOc Ripe Olives, large size.. 15c Toilet Paper, S, 4, 5 rolls 25c 35c Pore Vanilla, Bottle . 19c Mazola, quart 25c Catsup, large bottles, 2 for 25c lOc Tomato Juice, 4 cans 25c Farina (bulk) 5 Ibs 25c Mustard, quart Jars 15c Ex. Choice Apricots, Ib... 19c Dried Peaches, 2 Ibs 25c Fey. Pink Salmon, Ib. can 15c Red Salmon, 1-lb. can.. 15c Shrimp, 2 cans Large Corn Flakes, pkg Egg Noodles, 5 pkgs. Pure Crisco, 2 Ibs Luna Beans, 3 Ibs. ... 19c 25c lOc 25c Soc S5c PBLLSBURY'S PANCAKE FLOUR, 4-pound sack. 2k EARL BUSH, Mgr. 508 First Street S. W. C. E. BUSH 30 East State Street THURSDAY LAST DAY FOR FILING OF INCOME TAX Only Three More Days in Which to Get Returns Into Revenue Office. Thursday, March 15, is the last day on which income tax returns for the year 1933 can be filed. Officials in the local internal revenue department branch Monday emphasized the fact that there are only three more days in which to file returns. Special deputy Collector G. E. Hanson, in charge of the local office in rooms 217-221 in the Federal building, is assisted by Deputy Collectors H. E. Marron and M. J. Mullin. L. P. Sanborn, internal revenue agent, has also been assigned to the collection office during the filing period to aid in preparing corporation returns. Must File Returns. An income tax return must be filed by every citizen of the United States whether residing at home or abroadj and every person reaiding in the United States though not a citizen thereof, whose gross income for the taxable year 1933 amounted to $5,000, or whose net income amounted to-(a) $1,000 if single or if married and not living with husband and wife; (b) $2,500 if married and living with husband or wife; or (c) More than the personal exemption if status of taxpayer changed. If an individual is single and the net income, including that of dependent minors, if any, is $1,000 or over, or if the gross income is ?5,00( or over, a return must be filed. I the combined net income of husband and wife, and' dependent minor children, if any, is $2,500 or over, 01 if their combined gross income i, $5,000 or over, all such income mus be reported on a joint return, or on separate returns of husband anc wife. In case the husband and wif elect to file separate returns am their combined net income is ?5,OOC or over, each shall make a return on Form 1010. If the net income of a decedent t the date of his death was $1,000 o over, if unmarried, or In excess o the credit allowed him by Section 25 (c) find (e) of the Revenue Ac of 1932 (computed without regard to his status as the head of a f am ily), if married- and living with spouse, or if his gross Income for the period was $5,000 or over, the executor or administrator shal make a return for him on Form 1040 or IOWA. Income of (a) estates of dece dents before final settlement, (b trusts, whether created by will o deed, for unascertained persons o persons with contingent Interests or Income held under the terms o the will or trust for future distrfbu tion, is taxed to the fiduciary as a single person, except that from the income of a decedent's estate there should be deducted any amount pro perly paid or credited to a benefl clary. Returns by Partnerships. Every domestic partnership (in eluding syndicates, groups, -pools joint ventures, or other unincor porated organizations, through o by means of which any business financial operation, or venture i carried on, and which are not, with in the meaning of the 1932 act trusts, esates or corporations) an every foreign partnership, syndi cate, pool, etc., doing business with in the United States or in receip of income from sources therein re gardless of the amount, shall mak a return of Income for the calenda year. Every domestic or resident cor poration, joint stock company, association or insurance company (othe than a life insurance company) no specifically exempted by section 10 of the Revenue Act of 1932, whethe or not having any net income, mus file a return of income. Every cor poration which is subject to th "capital-stock tax imposed by Sec tion 215 of the National Industri Recovery Act must make an exces profits tax return for each incom tax 'taxable year ending after th close of the first year in respec of which it is subject to the capital stock tax. For the calendar yei 1933 a combined return for incom and excess-profits tax purpose must be made. ] To Whom Paid. The tax should be paid, if possible, by sending or bringing with the return a check or money order drawn to the order of "Collector of Internal Revenue.'' Do not send cash by mail, nor pay it in person except at the collector's office. The tax may be paid when the return is filed, or in four equal installments, as follows: The first installment shall be paid on or before March 15, 1934, the second installment shall be paid on or before June 15, 1934, the third installment on or before Sept. 15, 1934. and the fourth installment on or before Dec. 15, 1934. If any installment is not paid on the date fixed for payment, the whole amount of tax unpaid shall be paid upon notice and demand by the collector. The return must be sent to the collector of internal revenue for the district in which you live or have your principal place of business, so as to reach the collector's office on or before March 15, 1934. In case you have no legal residence or place of business in the United States, thf return should be forwarded to the collector of internal revenue, Balti; NEW PRISON WARDEN Miss Josephine J a c k s o n , above, for the past 16 years head matron at the San Quen- tln, Cal., penitentiary, has been appointed warden of the new state prison for women at Tehachapl, Cal., by the state prison board. Miss Jackson is the first woman to be appointed warden of a prison in California. more, Md. The local revenue office is located at New Federal building, rooms 217 221. FUNERAL SERVICE FOR BERT BRETT HELD ON MONDAY Dibble in Charge of Rites for Mason City Real Estate Dealer. Funeral services for Bert Henry Brett, 07, who died at his home, 504 Adams avenue northwest. Sat- irday morning, were held at the Patterson funeral home Monijay af- :ernoon. The Rev. William L. Bib- Die, pastor of the Congregational church, was in charge oÂ£ the services. Burial was in Ehvood cemetery- Mr. Brett had been associated with his father, George W. Brett, in the real estate and financial business of the city for more than 30 years. He was born Nov. 12,1S7S, at Waverly but moved to Mason City with his parents when he was three years of age and resided here practically his entire lifetime. Mr. Brett attended the local schools and Shattuck Military school at Faribault. Minn. On Nov. 19, 1902, he was married to Eudora Giffen at Marion. In lowu Bank. For several years Mr. Brett was in the Iowa State bank, of which his father was one of the organizers, and was later associated with his father in the real estate business. He was a member of the Congrega- tional church and the Chamber of Jommerce. His .business associates spoke highly of his character but ic was not a man who sought public life. Surviving Mr. Brett are his wife, Eudora, and two daughters, Mrs. Marguerite Goodenow. Los Angeles, Cal., and Mrs. Helen Brett Abel. Marshalltown, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Brett, and sister, Mrs. Harriet Michael, Mason City. Two grandchildren also survive Breta-Ann Goodenow and Richard Brett Abel. Mrs. Brett's sister, Mrs. J. Franz, Chicago, attended the funeral. In speaking at services of Mr. Brett, the Rev. Mr. Dibble said, "I am not certain that death is one of the saddest things of life but the passing of a loved one is always a deep sorrow. Christ in standing by the grave of Lazarus said, 'He that belleveth in Me, though he were dead, yet shall he live; he that liv- eth and believeth in Me, shall never die.' Talked of Promises. "I am convinced that if we could just see into the next world that may not be very far removed, death may be a happy rather than a sad experience, because we are promised genial companionship, congenial surroundings, and a restful life. The future life will not depend so much on what we are or where or in what we are engaged. It will not be an idle life but one of restful occupation. "In the passing of Mr. Brett, this community has lost a useful citizen. His going saddens us but he is beyond disease and suffering. Mrs. Roscoe E. Patton played "Largo" by Handel. Pallbearers were Carl Parker, Orlo Gould, Ralph Stanbery, W. S. Wil- SIX ADDITIONAL JURORS DRAWN More Needed to Complete Panel for Studer Damage Case. Six additional jurors were drawn Monday afternoon to complete the panel for the second trial of the $8,822.10 damage action brought by Lillian Studer against Lawrence Matzen and his brother, Alvin, for injuries received in an automobile accident last Oct. 1 in Central Heights on the south Clear Lake highway. It was expected that the jury would be impanelled and taking of testimony begin late Monday afternoon. County Attorney M. L. Mason and Assistant County Attorney M. E. Laird will again present Miss Studer.-! case. John Senneff, Sr., has joined his son as defense attorney. The six jurors drawn Monday were Peter Anderson of Clear Lake, Mrs. Nellie Arnold, Carl H. Isaacson, Nellie F. Wilson, S. B. Wyborney and Lavina White of Mason City. cox, W. A. Westfall and F. C. Lovell. From 3 until 4 o'clock Monday afternoon the Abel and Son, Inc., store was closed in respect for Mr. Brett. The office cynic says he can't understand why an oil well is called "she" if it isn't a gusher.--Kessing- ers Review. Joseph Kirk Dies atI.O.O.F.Home Joseph Kirk, 87, for more than 12 years a resident of the institution, died at the I. 0. O. F. home Monday afternoon. Mr Kirk, who came to the institution in January, 1922, Is survived by one son, Fred Kirk, policeman in St. Joseph, Mo., and two daughters, Mrs. Emma May Foster, Lorimor, and Cora Etta Kirk, who lives in Texas. Arrangements for the funeral are awaiting word from relatives. The body, however, will be taken to Peru, Iowa, for burial. Ethel Dorenkamp, 19, Meservey, Succumbs Ethel Dorenkamp, 19, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JsJce Doreakamp, Meservey, died at a local hospital about 2:30 o'clock Monday afternoon following a brief illness. If cnly you could step on a cigar- et when you see it hanging from a tough kid's mouth.--Fountain Inn Tribune. Charged With First Degree Murder in Des Moines Killing DKS MOINES, March 12. UP!-First degree murder charge* were filed today against Frank Hunt, 22, in connection with the death Saturday of Tany Glauds, 56, Italian laborer. The body of Glauda wag found in the basement of the house where he roomed. He apparently had been beaten to death. Hunt, police said, admitted striking Glauda after the latter had threatened him with an , James Baker, 45, and Sam T. 1 Mazta, 19, also arrested in connection with the death, were released today. Â»* NERVOUS, WEAK? MM. Hitlte Miller of 324 Aih St., BeilrlK, Nchr., said: "At o n e time, during chanie of life, I -ft-as very nervous and my vitality was low. I was sleepless and had no appetite. B u t Dr. Pierce's Favorite P r e - scription built me right up so I felt lite new." Write Dr. Pierce's Clinic, Buffalo NY. New Â»ize tablets SO cts., liquid ?1.00. Large size tabs, or liquid. $1.35. "W.Do OurPÂ«rt." lOR FAIRNESS OF PRICE AND UTMOST IN SERVICE Â· " Â· ' THE o ORDBR GOLDEN'RULE RECOMMENDS TOTHE PEOPLE OF THIS Â· Â· COMMUNITY Â· Â· Â· MEYERFUNER41HOME JolinH.MÂ«YÂ«r OHverH-Meyer 243 51BST..S.E. PHONE I5O5 NKLNG OV The object of the Quality League of America is to cultivate a better understanding of the extra value and added $atisfaction you can obtain by making Quality the first consideration in every purchase. "THE PROBLEM of keeping well- JL dressed on a modest income is not easy. "Sometimes I'm gratified by the progress I've made. At other times I get a bit discouraged. "I've been trying to think it all out. And I've come to this conclusion: "The way I can make my money go farthest and accomplish most is to buy Quality. Whether buying for myself or for the home, the things that have brought me most pride and satisfaction are the ones where I've put Quality ahead of price. "Those are the things that have kept their looks and their usefulness.They've paid real dividends in satisfaction." II^Bi^HH^B^BPoaKf'. iirMfrr 6 - ^ ai ^^"^mfr !im KmJfmmaP l mmt Look for the advertisements on Quality merchandise appearing regularly in this newspaper DAMON'S, INC. CURRIB-VAN NESS CO. BLANCHARD'S CHAPMAN FURNITURE CO. CRYSTAL LAKE ICE FUEL CO. BARRETT BROS. JACOB E. DECKER SONS LAIRD SHOE CO. FELT'S MARKET FINK'S SMART APPAREL FULLERTON LUMBER CO. JOHN GALLAGHER, INC. GILDNER BROS. GLANVILLE BROS. GRUPP FOOD MARKET HERMANSON BROS. DAIRY HUXTABLE DRUG CO. LYONS LAUNDERERS DRY 'CLEANERS MARSHALL SWIFT, INC. MONTGOMERY WARD CO. D. K. LUNDBERG CO. THE MERKEL CO. MASON CITY BAKING CO. MYERS BEAUTY STUDIO NICHOLS GREEN PAGE LUMBER CO. PALAIS ROYAL MIER WOLF SONS PEOPLES GAS ELECTRIC CO. J. C. PENNEY CO. PFAFF BAKING CO. W. H. POTTS, JEWELER RAY E. PRUSIA CO. THOMPSON-DEAN CO. VANCE MUSIC CO. e of AMWiM la;.