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Mason City, Iowa
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FEBRUARY 18 1631 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Now's the Time Get A 17 GLOBE-GAZETTE IVANT 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 tha Globe-Gazette reveal the name of those jnaerting "blind" advertisements Money to Loan-LOANS £ $300 --on-- DIAWONDS-FUnNITURE-AUTO.S-SM^A.R-T No Publicity No Delays 1 to 20 Months to Repay SECURITY LOAN CO. | 321 1st Natl. Bk. Phone 412 j Help Wanted, Male-- 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. WANTED--Single man on farm to work for board u n t i l . M a r c h 1. Then will hire by the month. State wages and references. Write X-17 Glolje-Gazette, WANTED--Middle aged man « r boy about IG to work on farm. Sfate wages in first letter. W r i t e Y-17, Globe-Gazette. For Rent, Rooms-- Your Ad to 3 FOR RENT--Fine warm furnished room. Private entrance. Ph. 132_1. FOR RENT--Rooms. 132 2nd S. W. FOR RENT--Mar. 1st furn. hskg. rooms. 22S 1st S. E. light FOR RENT--Warm slpg-. room close in. Ph. 3913-W evenings. FOR RENT- downstairs -Close in mod. furn. rooms. Ph. SG7. FOR RENT--Hsltg. rms. Ph. 233SW. Help Wanted, Female-- WANTED--Waitresses Cafe. at Presto WANTED Girl for office work. Must be accurate. Give ngc anil salary expected at start. Write J-18, Globe-Gazette WANTED JO ATTRACTIVE YOUNG LADIES Local advertising campaign for beauty work. Average 55- to $8 daily. Experienced preferred See MR. DOWLAND Endmar Hotel, Wednesday night FOR RENT--2 mod. furn. hslig. rms. 107 15 N. W. Ph. 1179W. FOR RENT--3 unfiirn. rms. for light housekeeping. 918 N. Fed. FOR RENT--Comfortable furn. slrj rm. 203 1st S, E. FOR RENT--Sleeping room. North Federal, Apt. 9. FOR RENT--Furn. Igt. hskpg. rms. Ph. 1460-.T. 20 Fourth St. N. W. I OANS Household WANTED Woman collector part time. Write L-18, GLOBE-GAZETTE WANTED Young- married couple to room in modern home with young married couple. Garage if desired. Homo privileges including- use of kitchen, j PHONE 2912 FOR RENT--Mod. room. 212'/~ N! j Federal. Phone 3011. AND Ppt ° 8300 1 Automobiles Salesmen Wanted -- HERE'S BIG MONEY? Self "Pcw- dered Silk Hand Soap,, Enormous demand. Beats all competition; repeats constantly. Sample free. O. Adams Co. Boone, Iowa. J. KEl'AX IN 1 TO 20 MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS WANTED C I PIWF I (\ A N TO i Salcs representative in every town V. Li. rill El LiUHil ^U. in state of Iowa. Good pay' Write ?04-5-6 Weir Bldg. B °X 46 CEDAR FALLS, IOWA State St. 6 Fed. Ave. Phone 224 TTTI^' ^ r ---WANTED--Young man to travel in nearby counties. About $27.50 per week to start. Car furnished where necessary. Write J-1G, Globe-Gazette. FOR RENT--Furn. room in new home. Ph. 12S2 after 5. FOR RENT--Mil. rm. 320 2nd N. E. Desirable FOR RENT furn. hskpg. For Rent, Apartments FOR RENT--4 tin. modeviTaptlsee' J. 13. Youngblood. Ph. 3G. FOR RENT--Heated apt. Ph. 2877. FOR RENT--Mod. apt., 3 rms. und hath, 2 Murphy be'cis. Call 210. FOR R E N T -- u vm. duplex apt. E. V. Harper. Ph. 1773 or 1415. FOR RENT Close in and very pleasant 2-rciom apt. and biilh. Furniture, for sale to renter at big savings. HOLT'S CAFETERIA 25 First St. Southeast FOR RENT--3-rm. mod. 7th N. 35. Ph. 2320. apt. llfi Educational Opportunities MAIL CLERKS--Carriers. 51700 to ?2300 year. Men 18-45. Steady work. Common education sufficient. Paid vacation. Sample examination coaching- and full particulars free. Apply today sure. Write Y-4, Globe- Gazette. Poultry and Eggs -- FOR R E N T ' Modern (i-rooms and b a t h in Washington A p a r t m e n t . S«3 NORTH WASHINGTON FOR RENT 1 f u r n . downstairs apt. ] iinfurn. · u p s t a i r s apt. 212 5th N. W. m. 1321 FOR RENT--Mod. heated 4-rm. clupl. apt. and garage. 904 N. Pcnn. Ave. For Sale--Real Estate-- FOR SALTS--Mod. . , in Grandview at and favorable terms H. Briar. rm. bungalow the right price Ph. 3-114. W Day's famous flock of Huff Orping- tons. 23 years of hrccdtng for exhi- hitiou and egg production. Hnvo produced winners ut Chicago, Madison Sijuaro Garden, Kansas City and n m n y other National Shows. Incubators, Brooders, Fountains, Feeders. Entire flock and all. equipment for sale- ut a sacrifice price. DR. H. E. DAY Duinont Iowa FOR SALE Dnrlion Red turkeys, 3 hens and 1 torn. 2 geese ami 1 gander. 1'HONE 15GGJ FOR SALE--Legiiorn hens, OOc. Ph. 12F4. FOIi SALE--'New mod. 0-nn. bung., double garage, good location. Wil sell at a sacrifice. Write B-17, Globe- Gazette. hot water heat, hard wood floors, newly decorated. 072 E. State. 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. W. L. PATTON 109 East State Street Situations Wanted- EXPEKIENCED GIRL wants work in home or cafe. PH. 2987 MISS MOREY HOT NUMBER just released. Neon changeable letter window display sign that's a knockout. Appeals to every merchant, ice cream companies, etc. Low price, quick sales, big profits. Imperial Neon Sira Co' St. Paul, Minn. For Sale or Rent-- FOR SALE OR RENT--G rm. house and 3 lots in Midland Heights. -IDS 28 S. W. Phone 64!). Girl wants housework. Phone MOOT, Svaledale; Iowa. WANTED--Place by reliable · farm hand by month. Ph. 654W. MARRIED MAN wants work on farm. References. Write T-17, j Globe-Gazette. · MARRIED Alan wants work on farm. Write K-18, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE ., | Reg-. Poll Angus hull, 15 mos. old. ARTHUR SPONHEliM S Miles North and 1 Mile East of Nora Springs WILL Trade ram for June Fred Boyd, Clear Lake. Black Jersey Plymouth PH - ] 5G II SALE Giants and White Rock cockerels ROCKWELL, IA. WANTED Housekeeping on farm. Three small children. More for home than wages. PHONE 3438W FOR SALE Iron jrrcy gelding, coming i. Will lake, bred ewes or cow part payment Phone ]'H'"5 FOR RENT-Single furn. hskpg-. room and slpg. room. 32 G N. W. FOII RENT Two very pleasant unfurnished housekeeping rooms suitable for working couple, close in. CALL 132!i from 8 to 10 a. m. FOR RENT Nicely furnished, clean, warm sleeping rooms. PHONE 1 !70\V Birds, Dogs and Pets- FOR SALE At a B, argam I S Silver M a r t i n anil W h i t e New Xoiilnnil Rabbits 1.0 compartment hutch 3 separate, growing pens Some pen material C. E. ASHLAND CLEAR LAKE, IOWA Day Ph. 22G Evening Ph. 450 FOR SALE--White rats. 3irTl3 SET FOR SALE TO SETTLE KSTATB 5-room nicely located home, bargain, cash or terms. Frank K n a p p 70G N. Federal FOR SALE--Now home. Ph. POO. FOR SALE--Good G rm. hsc. Must be moved by March ]. Pli. 1897. FOII SALE Modern 8-room house, double brick garage, at Elm nml Hell Sts. Clear Lake, Iowa. Phone 491 Business Opportunities-- FOR SALE--Crescent Lunch root Northwood, Iowa. CAFE FOR S A L E - A l l new. new brick building. Good location in town of 1000, So. Minn. Selling on account of health. Write S-1G, Globo-Gaxctte. FOR SALE--Stock and equipment in leased service station on highway No. 15 in small town. No competition. Write A-17, Globe-Gazette. Wanted To Rent-- WANTED TO RENT--By~~rcJp7n- sible party, 5-rm. house or flat, close in. Write N-17, Globe-Gazette. Household Goods-- FOR SALE--Small w h i t e enameled range. Ph. 1003. MARRIED MAN with small family wants to work on farm. Can give good references. GUY ANDERSON . Forest City Iowa FOR SALE K.vtra jr-ood registered Polled Hereford bulls. Serviceable age. Will Floy, ,Ir. Thornton WANTED--Housework by exp. girl. Ph. 2085W. iaXP. Girl wants 3123J. general hswk. Ph. Services Offeved-- /PAINTING, paper h'ging. Ph. 2777 For Sale, Miscellaneous-- FOR SALE--Cedar chest and book rack. Call at 214 1 S. W. FOR SALE Boy's Excelsior bicycle, 20-in. wheelbase, like new. PH. 3G11J A. II. SKELLINGER Building mover. Now located at Ccrro Gordo Hotel. PHONE FOR INFORMATION UPHOLSTERING, Repairing. Cornstock Furn. Co., Phone 2708. Paper'g:., paint'gr. Stewart. 2S35W. PAPERING, Painting. Klarr. 2127W. TRIMMING trees, fa. 3:i4s). Mulic-n. WANTED--Washings. Ph. 24!8.I. LENT SPECIALS Fish, C to 10 hinds. New Jumbo Oysters--called the nations largest. Crabs, live Clams and sea foods. Prices lower at the GRIGGS FISH MARKET Venliini rrm . ;l FOR SALE One 500-cgg Wisconsin incubator, 1 brooder, chicken netting, 1 brooder house. 1430 N. Wnsli., FOR SALE--22 caliber Winchester rifle. Ph. 1600 before 6 p. m. THINK THIS OVER Why not have your old mattress remade, as good as new, complete with beautiful art tick, $5.50. l!)31'prices on upholstering and f u r n i t u r e repairing. New coverings. Mason City Furniture Exchange Phone 160S 21 1st S. W. PHONE 3538,1 .1. n.-YHLSTROM- Paper hanging and Painting. Let us estimate your work For Rent, Houses-- FOR RENT--7 rm. all rnodThorne" 145 Sixth S. W. Inq. 613 S. Adams. Radio Sacrifice Sale 1331, hrand new, just in. Majestic * tube Superheterodyne l»r;ri rffk Reg-, price $112.50 ... }t7;3U Victor -t circuit Microcynebronous ! Regular £,,,, j- n ! price 5131.50 $ / y . 5 U | OTHER B A R G A I N S Zenith $112.50 Used Radio Parts, Repair, Etc. Phone 48i) R A D I O ELKCTIIIC R E P A I R SHOP ·1th N. U. and N. Federal OPEN EVENINGS Auto Electrical and Battery Service-MASON -"CITY 'BATTERV" AND ELECTRIC CO. NF.W HclTTEKIKS S3.3S Ann Votir did I l n t l . - r v IiO-1 SECOND S. W. PHONE S8!l Beauty Shops^NELLIE'S BEAUTY SHOPPE Permancnts, Marcels and Finger waves Our Specialty West State Phono 514 Tailor- MERCHANT TAILOR New Spring Styles-- Suits S35 to S7f, Opposite Hanford Hotel Ph. 113H Funeral Directors-- McAULEY F U N E R A L S South Adams Phone 651 322 PATTERSON F U N E R A L ' H O M E Ambulance Service N. Washington Phone 1140 FOR RENT--Mod. house. Ph. 322-I.I. Do you want to rent, buy or sell a home. Call W. H. Briar. Ph. 3414. ;| FOR RENT--1 rm. house. Ph. B09. \ FOR RENT ' 3-room cottage, modern, except tub. Near Roosevelt school. S'-S. MORRIS REALTY CO. FOR SALE--New fi R. house. Ph . 2667. FOR RENT--7 room modern house close in. Phone (72. FOR RENT--r rm. hse. Ph. 2371W. FOU SALE CHEAP ·1-wheel Ford t r a i l e r complete, box SxlO ft. G. E. FROST 20 5th N. E FOR SALE--HAY. Phone 1-135-VV. FOR SALE--Double 1255. gnrajjo. Ph. FOR, SALE New and used motorcycles. One ]!)2« Ford Panel Truck. Hnrlcy Davidson Sales Service. 525 So. Pres. FOR SALE--Stock of general mclse. located in Northern Iowa town. Write X-17, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE"" Nice white round potatoes SI hu. I'HONE 2(i71W We Deliver. Radio Service-PAUL'S RADIO SERVICE Experienced R a d i o t r i c i a n s on All Radios Phone Suf, 7 2nd St. S. W.--K. C. Bldjr. RADIO ELECTRIC REPAIR SHOP Specialists in Repairing R a d i o and Hcc.trit: appliances. PHONE -5R9 4th St. N. K. and N. Federal Contractors-_-_ M. MOEN COMPANY Itipllillni: rontKirliirs Urimlr Ui. Sinul! llnlrm rtlK Sn. i-rrji. ft lt! . dled 1'ronijiTl.v riimtr «:n Repair Work-- I I A R I C V A. WALTER Sl'KKDWAY ( 5 A K A O E fiOS S. Prcs. Ave. \ llnmlr \Vnrli »,,,! siunii;..-- cm 0:ilil:tm! nnd I'nnllur. O|n iin.l Mmilny n_rrrtiiii|; Scrvlri!. -- .rnlui;. i'rir Juc p r r l n l - .·*.·- N| s | lt -H/TV.Yj' All ·· PHONE ml in r t ' p u l r l M K (dlrlnH January. l l ' T I I . Chiropodist-- jblfrTnrR^Efjiflf Office now open with all ( h e l a t e s t method!) of procedure. H l l i 1st N a t l Bun!.- Bldg. O f f i c e phono 831; rtsi dcnco p h n n o 811. Service Stations-SWENSON'^*DIAMOND SERVICE STATION Diamond Gnsollms and ~(iU M o t o r Oils. I'hone 183 82(i E. State 1'eliUs' Di:imrml Service Station Diamond Gasoline and 7(!0 .Motor Oils Phono 7li.' Cor. Washington I; IK] ;n:l St. S. W. Used Automobiles-- WE K t / Y - W E "sEIj"wE*TIlAmC Used Cars K \ f l n s i v i l v I'h. »!)!);{. Del. and St. s. K. Wo Finance Time Payment Sales L A I i S K N A U T O M A R K K T IJuy Chicles From TRIPLE BLOODTESTED STOCK $7.50 per 100 and up OUR CHICKS ARE ALL GUARANTEED We can use eggs from n few more pure bred flocks: We buy eggs from our chick customers. iSroodcr houses and stoves at 15 pur cent reduction. Gold Medal all mash chicle stiirter and No Corn Scratch at §8 per 100. I'cal. at $3.50 ])C r bale, Qod Liver Oil $!.50 per gal. 5 gal. lots .?1.25 per gal. Custom hatching in our electric heated and controlled incubiitors $2.50 per 100. aiASOIV CITY HATCHERY I'll. 2011 NICHOLAS HATCHERY, Clarion ALLISON HATCHERY, Allison ome Real Values in Good Used Cars amd Trucks Willys Knight Sedan Wolverine Sedan Essex Coupe Oakland Sedan Marmon Roadster Ford Roadster Ford Sedan Dodge Truck I'/i-Ton Dodge Graham 2-Ton Reo Truck li ·BALMAT 19-25 Third St. N. E. 1928 Very Good 1928 Very Good 1927 A Good Buy 1928 Good 1928 Good Model T. Worth the Money Model T. Worth the Money 1928 Very Good Shape 1927 Very Good Shape 1928 -.Very Good Shape SENBERG CO, REO DISTRIBUTORS Open Evenings Phone 3GOO Trade or Exchange -- CLEAR INCOME PROPERTY to trade on a 40 to 80 acre farm within five miles of Mason City or Clcnr Luke. Give full description, price and en cumhrance in first letter. Write S-1S, GLOBE-GAZETTE WANTED--To trade, piano, 3x12 rug for cattle or brood sows. Ph. 291SW. 1 OWN GOOD SOUTH DAKOTA FAKfll LAND, CLEAR lo exchange for well improved lowti farm or n[i to (lute city property. E. E. IIAUKISON Forest City lown For Rent, Farms-- FOII IlENT 80 acre farm 3 miles N. W. ot Nora Springs. Also 44 ncrcs nt Rockford. fi blocks f r o m postoffice. C. W. IJKENTNEIl Roclcford ' lown Wanted to Buy-- WANTED -horse. 1289. To buy, good work W A N T E D -- G o o d piano, must be -:hc-ap. Write, state lowest price. Mrs. C. C. Parks, Dougherty, Iowa. Board and Room-- BOARD A N D Sale or Trade FOR SALE OK TRADE juily in my fire room himguloiv for small grocery store or what have you. Write K-Hi, GLOISE-GAZETTE space. Business Location-- . FOIt R K N T Office and small warehouse PHONE fid Phah'n Cleaners A,uto Accessories-- SPF.CLVLS Until Feb. 2,S--10 guaranteed Ford m o t o r s , $2 In ,?4 each. Norn Springs A u t o Wrecking Co. Lap iiee IT'S RELIABLE · USED CARS "SEE THESE BEFORE YOU IHJV" '21! Ford Coupe. Perfect $7 WE LEAD IN SALES BECAUSE WE LEAD IN VALUES. Wo nuiy not be as popular with our competitors as some but our customers are- tho ones we arc interested in. Sen us. Let us show you where and how we built the largest sales record in Mnsoii City. 5 M'ortcl A Ttidors 6 Model A Coupes 7 Chevrolcts One l!)3t Sedmi a Whippets Chrysler Dodge Star Essex MANY OTHER LATE MODELS Trucks All Models and Bodies Light and Heavy Prices $50.00 to $650.00 WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS AFTER YOU BUY AND OUR GUARANTEE IS MORE THAN CONVERSATION LIBERAL TERMS Sdhiakei Motor Compainiy FORD and LINCOLN Used Car Salesroom 2 Doors West of Globe-Gazette THE BUSIEST CORNER IN TOWN OFFICIAL NOTICK CERRO W I L L USED CARS U I'ontlair nip Siv Conrli, jirrfpcl . S B runlliu: 2 Dncir Ni'ilun, 1st Class . .S: II D u r u m C'onrh, Just llkr new S! 7 Old.imiililCn Sedan, vi'ry i-Ii-nn ottn-r Muhm mill Mmli'ln ul 1'ricn Thnl Are JilRtit Trade -- Trade "SEE US n«ST-- IT W1I.1. 1'AV Jolim Gallaher inl-E'onlmr Molor Sn I PH n n rl .Sorvlr l Sf. S. K, I' K\T-| t i n X H H I I ' T .SlI SKRVirn f ) A V USED CARS Buick Standard Coach .$4i(; Chevrolet Coupe SSTfj l o z n Whippet Sedan !J2o!l l!)27 Whippet Coach SI2.= 1027 Dodge Coupe SI75 10^8 Essex Coach $18: Ford Coupe .? 7f Star Sedan $ .10 Good Four Wheel Trailer :J 20 Aiuito Market 118 North Delaware Phone :1SS2 Ford Roadster. A - l S50 Chevrolet. Counc -if, Essex Coach. Clean Hudson Coach. Good CAPES Ideals Short Orders Home M:i(3o !Jre:ul and Pastry !m Kast Slate HOME BAKERY-^ Mrs. Maynard's Special cakes fro special occasions. Home-made angel food, Lady l!nlti- rnoro, etc., linked on order. !)2fl N. Phone !!!)!)7 Barber Shops-- iTlTa'rfAR HE'R 'sn cT j U N I O N SHOP Experienced Barbers Corner Federal am! M t h Northwest Amusements Plymouth, Iowa, cverv Jlonday. Wednesday, Thursday," S:iturd:iv i'KTKUSON A N D HE^MAN'SON Brick Contractors-- Before you do :my hind of HIUCK WOIMC cull for i n f o r m a t i o n and estimates. MAX IVCTKKSKN Phoric .1067 :MO!1 Snutli Federal H M V f t V flEHSF.KKHI Phono SJ178W 730 l u l h Plnrn X K REAL ESTATE-- THKOnORK KOKIifjEIl"" Heal E s l i i r r -- K t i - a i n s h l p Agency l ~ ' . j 2 n d Slrr-ct N o r t h e a s t Telephone JiO.I-t Dodge Sedan. A-l Chevrolet Coupe SM5 '27 Kasex Coach. Good SlS'i Essex Coach. Clean Std. Buick Touring §l!)5 '27 Hudson Brougham R«.TCX Sedan. A-l Ksscx Coupe. Clean (53-15 '«7 Chevrolet Coupe. A-l S2-15 M a n y Others Open Every N i g h t Lapiioer Motor Co m p Legal Notices PUBLIC NOTICE OF TIME AND PLACE OF HEAIUNG To Whom It May Concern: Public notice is h e r e b y given that there is now on f i l e in the office of t.hc City Clerk of the City of Mason City Iowa, a petition ashing the City Council of the City of Mason City, Iowa, u n d e r the provisions of Ordinance No. 22o 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 "E," to wit: Lots Three and Four (S 41, in Bloelt TH-O (2), in Kuppiii- ger's A d d i l h m to Mason City, Iowa, except the West Ninety Feet (W. 00 It.) of said lots. Lot Eight (8) in A u d i t o r ' s R u p l a t of Lots One (1) nnd Two (2) in Itloelc Two ( 2 ) , in Kuppinger's A d d i t i o n to Mason City, Iowa. Lot Five (5) in Auditor's Ke- plat of Lots One (1) and Two (2), in Mock Two ( 2 ) , in Kuppinger's A d d i t i o n to iWason City, Iowa. Notice i.s f u r t h e r given that there is now on file in the office of (he City Clerk of Mason City, Iowa, u petition asking the City Council of said City, under the provisions of Ordinance No. 225 of .said City, nnd the Statutes of Iowa applicable (hereto, to change the classification of the following rlc.'icribed real estate from District "B" and placing the same in District "D" Lots Twelve ( 1 2 ) , Thirteen 1 « ) , Fourteen (1-1), find Flf- teea ( 1 5 ) , in Kloek T h i r t y - f i v e (35), K a i l n m d A d d i t i o n tri Mason City Iowa. You are f u r t h e r notified t h a t public hearing upon snid petitions will be hold by the City Council of Mason City, Iowa, at the City Hall in Mason City, Iowa, on March G, tf)31, at 1:00 o'clock p. m., at which t i m e and place objections to change of said c l a s s i f i c a t i o n may be presented, and w i l l be heard and considered. .1. H. McEWEN, City Clerk. Board of Railroad Commissioners of the State, of lown. TO THE CITIZENS Of GORDO COUNTY; Notice is hereby given that Howard A. O'Letxry, Jno. A. Senneff and j no . A . Senneff j^ Mftson City, Iowa, for a corporation to be o r g a n i z e d as Trans-Mississippi Transportation Company, M a s o n City, Iowa, have filed with the Iowa Board of Railroad Commissioners an application for a Certificate of Convenience and Necessity to operate as a motor carrier of passengers and a limited amount of weight under the provisions of Chapters 252-A1 and 252-A2, Code ot Iowa, 1927. between Mason City Plymouth, Osage, New Haven, Riceville, Saratoga. Davis Corners, Cresco, Rldgeway, Decorah, Waukon, Church, Lansing- and the east line of the State of Iowa, in Cerro Gordo, Worth, Mitchell, Howard Winneshiek and Allamakeo Counties, Iowa., The Board of Railroad Commissioners has fixed Tuesday, March 10, 1031, one o'clock P. M., at the Htm- ford Hotel, Mason City, Iowa, as time and place for hearing said application. BOARD OF RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS OF THE STATE OF IOWA. Geo. L. McCaughan, Secretary. DCS Monies, Iowa, February 14 1931. NOTICE In the District Court, of the State of Iowa, In and for Cerro Gordo County. In the Matter of the City Commercial Savings Bank, Mason City, Iowa. To this Depositors, Creditors, Stockholders nnd All Persons Interested: You and each of you are hereby notified, that there is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Cerro Gordo County the Final Report of L. A. Andrew Receiver of the City Commercia Savings Bank of Mason City, Iowa showing all receipts and disburse mcnts and final disposition made o the remaining assets. You are f u r t h e r notified that the Receiver herein asks in said Report that he be authorized to pay the Final Dividend and to deposit w i t h the Clerk of the Court all funds of the Receivership which cannot be delivered lo any person or persons whose places of residence or where- a b o u t s are unknown to this Receiver. You are f u r t h e r notified that the icaring on said Report has been fixed by the Court to be held at the Snurt House in Mason City, Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, on the 28th day of February, 1931, at 10 o'clock a. m., and that unless you appear thereto on or before said date and show cause, if there be iny, why snid report should not be approved and said Receiver and Examiner in Charge released f r o m ill liability and discharged, that an Order will be made and entered as if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Mason City, Iowa, Feb. S. H. Mac PEAK, Clerk of District Court. By--Margaret Riley, Deputy. prayed hy the applicant, (Signed) L. A. ANDREW Receiver City Commercial Savings Rank, Mason City, Iowa. R. F. Clough, Attorney for Receiver. NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF FOREIGN EXECUTORS STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, .SB. No. 'IOS2 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN bat the undersigned have been duly appointed and qualified as Foreign Executors of the estate of James B. ·Schcrmerhorn, deceased, late of tennepin County, Minnesota. A l l persona indebted to said estate are ·equestcd to make i m m e d i a t e pay- m e n t ; and those having claims .gainst the same will present tliem duly authenticated to the u n d c r - igned for allowance, and file in the iffice of the Clerk of the Dist-ict 7ourt. FLORENCE A. SCHERMERHORN 1ENRY A. SHERMAN nnd JNO. R, VAN DERLIP. Dated February f), 193]. S m i t h and Fccney, Attorneys. H. MacPeak, Clerk District Court By--Margaret Rlley, Deputy. VOTICK OF PROBATE OF WILL Court, J a n u a r y Term, n IJistrict of 1!)SI. STATE OK IOWA. Cerro Gordo County, ss. No. .10:17 ' 'o All Whom It .liny Concern- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That an i n s t r u m e n t of writing pur- n o r l i n g to be the last Will and "estament of Jacob Nisaen de- eased, dated July 12, 1S28, h a v i n g been this day filed, opened nnd read Monday the 9th day of March 1031 in fixed for hearing proof of .same at the Court House in Mason City Iowa, before the District Court of said County or the Clerk of said Court; and at 2 o'clock p. m. of the tlay above mentioned, all persons interested are hereby n o t i f i e d and required lo appear, anrJ show cause, I n c o m e Returns May Be Filed at Internal Revenue Office. An explanation of those retjuireil to make a return of income was given by local internal income tax officials. Returns may be filed in Cerro Gordo county at the revenue office in the public school administration building a t 120 East State street from Feb. 23 to March 1C inclusive. An income tax return must bo filed by every citizen of the United Slates whether residing at home or abroad, and every person residing in the United States tho not a citizen thereof, whose gross income for lr.L taxftble year 3930 amounted to *J,000, or whose net income amounted to-(a) 51,500 if single or if married and not living; with husband or wife; (b) 53,500 if married and living with husband or wife; or (c) More than the personal exemption if status of taxpayer changes. If an individual is single and this net income, including- that of dependent minors, if any, j a .fi^QO or over, or if the gross income Is ^0,000 or over, a return must bo filed. If the combined net income of husband and wife, and dependent, minor children, if any, is ?3,500 or over, or If their combined gross income is 55,000 or over, all such income must bo reported on a joint return, or on separate returns of husband and wife. In case the husband and wife elect to file separate returns and their comhined net income is 55,000 or over, each shall make a return on Form 10-10. If the net income ot a decedent to the date of his dealth was 51 SOO or over, If unmarried, or $3 500 or over, jf married and living- with husband or wife, or if his gross Income for the period was $5,000 or over, the executor or administrator shall make a return for him on Form 1010 or 1040A. In come o£ (a) estates of decedents before final settlement, (b) trusts, whether created by will or deed, for unascertained persona or persons with contingent interests- or income held under the terms of tho will or trust for future distii- bution, is taxed to the fiduciary 03 n single person, except that from the income of a decedent's estate there may be deducted any amount properly paid or credited to a beneficiary. AT THE HOSPITALS Frank Cook, iar Crescent drive was admitted to Park hospital for treatment Tuesday. Mrs. Martin Larson, Crystal Lake, was admitted to Mercy hospital for u major operation WL I- nesday. Mrs. Frank Sanforcl, C,3G Georsn-i. avenue southeast, was admitted to Story hospital Tuesday for a major operation. J Mrs. Harrison Taylor, Hayfield who underwent a major operation it l a r k hospital, wfis dlsmlssetl Tuesday. Ira Sliull, Britt, was a d m i U c d lo Mercy hospital for a minor operation Tuesday. Mrs. Geralrj .Tnnsen, Mcservcy v/as a d m i t t e d to Mercy hospital for treatment Tuesday. Martha ChrisUanson, Me.servey 'is nrimittcfl to A f e r c y hospital for major operation Tuesday. Bernard True, Rockwell, was diK- from Park hospital Tuesday ollowing treatment. Mrs. A. E. Hungerforu 1 and haby f i n , Manly, were dismissed f r o i i i 'arlc hospital Tuesdny. Cleo G o r m a n , 200 Kirk a p H r l - rient, was admitted to Mercy ho.s- ital for a major operation Weclnos- i-K .Tames Havcrly, Wesley, was i d m i t t e d t.o Mercy hospital for rcatment Wednesday. ·I- II. Camelln, Convitli, wn.s- atl- ·n-tled to Mercy hospital for trcat- Mrs. Ed Fritsch, Garner, who u n - lerwent a major operation at Mercy i s n i t a l , was dismissed Tiiestlay Mrs. Edward Walter, 617 Wash- ngton avenue southwest was ari milted to Mercy h o s p i t a l for a ma- or operation Wednesday. Kva Srhlcusnei-. Garner, was ad- m i t t e d to Mercy hospital for treat- m e n t Tuesday. Mercer Riehter, Garner WPH arj- ·nittod to Mercy hospital for a m i n o r peration Wednesday. .lames Raxahek, Britt, was dis- inssed f r o m Mercy h o s p i t a l Tucs- lay following treatment:. General Pershing, 111 With Cold, Is Able to Spend Time at Affairs WASHINGTON, Feb. is (.TV- .eneral John J. Pershing, who ha.s eon suffering f r o m a .severe cold, was . s u f f i c i e n t l y improver! today to -spend some t i m e w o r k i n g at the desk in his room at the Metropolitan club. A r m y m e d i c a l officer:! attending the general, advi.sed, however, that he not leave his room for several day:; because of the changing weather.

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