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January 30, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

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MASON CITr GLOBE-GAZETTE. J A N U A R Y 30 A u f o Parts, Tires, Services 43 Classified Advertising Information PHONE 3800 DURING 1937 -- MAKE AND SAVE MONEY BY USING GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT ADS To know how inexpensive they are just glance over the rates quoted below-Five Average Words to Each Line--Minimum Art Two Lines Size, of-Ad One Day Three Days Seven 2 Lines . .$ .30 $ .70 $1.30 3 Lines .45 1.05 1.B5 4 Lines .60 1.40 2.GO 5 Lines .75 1.75 3.25 6 Lines .90 2.10 3.90 7 Lines .. 1.05 2.45 4.55 B Lines .. 1.20 2.80 5.20 9 Lines .. 1.35 3.15 5.35 PRICES FOR CONSECUTIVE DAI'S 15% discount if the ad is paid within 5 days of the day It is inserted. WANT to take bids on haulins from Hanlontown to Fertile lumber and coal in carload lots Fertile Lumber Co., Fertile, Iowa. Business Services FOR BUILDING Your home 01 remodeling your home, call C. A. Holmenn, contractor. Ph. 2GG7. FEDERAL Corporation Automobile Financing. 309 First Natl. Bank Building. Phone 516 GLASSES-- We use the best quality at a price you can afford to pay. Dr. Knutson. Opt., Weir Bldg. EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted, Female 10 AMBITIOUS Women. Help establish new style service. Show famous Janalenc "Dated" Frocks ir your home. Earn up lo 525 weekly. No experience needed. Beautiful dresses free for prompt action. O u t f i t furnished. Janalene, Oept. 643, Indianapolis, Ind, WANTED--Woman for part time cleaning by the week, 213 \' 2 S. Fed. S"aleswork for Women 1 1 IF YOU agree to shou friends, them to send you 2 Snag- Proofed silk stockings and show you how lo earn up to S22 a week. American Silk Hosiery Mills, Dcpt. ^364, Indianapolis, In. INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications arc numbered according to the position in which they appear in ihe section. Lodges and Societies 1 Card of Thanks 2A Death Notices 2 Funeral Directors 3 In McmorJam 3A Cemeteries 4 Florists 5 ' Lost qntl Found G Personals 7 Beauty Shops 8 Business Services 9 Help Wanted, Female 10 Salcswork for Women 11 Help Wanted, Male ia SalC3work (or Men 13 Help Wanted, Male or Fe- inalc 13A Agents Wanted 14 Work Wanted. _ Women 13 "\Vbrk Wanted. Men 1ft Instruction 17 Business Opportunities 13 Money to Loan 19 Wanted to B arrow 20 Rooms for Rent 21 Apartmcnlj for Rent 32 Houses for Rent 33 Cottages for Rent 23A Business Places for Hent 24 23 Garages toe Rent Farms, Acre. a ECS for Rent 25 A Wanted (o Rent 253 Houses and Lots for Sale 20 Business Property, Sale 27 Real Estate for SaJe. Exch, 23 Real Estate Wanted 29 Real Estate Loans RO Farms £07 Sale or Exchange 30A Miscellaneous for Sale 31 Swap Service 32 Home Furnishings 33 Musical Inslru- menls 34 Radios and Service 35 Business Equipment Good Things to Eat Want to Buy DOES, Birds, Other Peis Livestock and Equipment Poultry and Supplies Automobiles for Sale Aiilo Farts. Tires, Scrv, _^ HejP Wonted, Mole 12 SALESMAN WANTED for well known line of lubricating oils, paints and roofing. Immediate steady income for man with car. Central Petroleum Co., 617 Standard Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio FARM LOANS ·SH PER CENT INTEREST Special 10 year loan, 4 and Hi per cent interest. Prompt Closing. Reasonable Commissions, K I M E FARM MANAGEMENT \ND REALTY CO "- "a or. 13G Clear Lake la Friendly Financial SERVICE ' You need not hesitate to see us if money is needed. We are always glad to explain our plan. Consoli- . date yoin- obligations into on payment count with one small monthly. United Financial Service 8 1st N. W. Ph . 1414 CAR PAYMENTS REDUCED 1/2 If youi- car payments are too high in many instances we can refi nance your contract and reduc your payments ns much as one- ialf. Additional money can be obtained if needed. We offer many plans including a special plan foi farmers. See us today. Home Loan N Finance COMPANY 2nd Floor Foresters Bldg. confectionery with beei- permit Only place in town. A \ Albrecht, Rock Falls, Iowa FOR RENT--Office rms. Desirable office rm., running water, t ? ; c? dcs "' ablc adjoining i-ms., 514. See .T. B. Youngblood. Garages ake, Iowa. Chr. Boddum. Houses, Lofs for Sale 26 SALE--2 6 rm. mod. homes N. W., 53,500. They are excellent buys. W. L. Fatten, 109 E. State. FOR SALE OR RENT-- 5 rm. Chouse. West Haven, 427 10 NE. FOR SALE-- 1 rm. house to moved oft lot. Ph. 2BG7. Graham's. 204 S. Fed.'Ph. 30]'. WANTED--Used furniture. Joe GOES, 212 South Fed. Ph. 942. LIVESTOCK and PETS Livestock and E q u i p m e n t 40 «hM A L p--One y e a r l i n g Chester White .slock hog, nne matched sorrel team, one battery cabinet radio. I. R. Bell, Rack Falls FOR SALE--10 Shropshire sheep 9 ewes, 1 buclt, $90. Lyle Carroll, Rockford, Iowa I OR SALE--Two purebred d a r k red shorthorn bulls. Clarence Smith Hi miles south ot Alexander, Iowa. be REAL ESTATE ~-- ~^~^--~~~~^ Real Estate Loans Dealer Opportunity Want to hear from Live Wire Dealer who would be interested in selling latest improved line Threshers, Combines, etc., including small combine at Mason City. A real opportunity. Write R-30, GLOBE-GAZETTE 36 37 33 WANTED--Exp. married man on farm. H. D. . Caspers, Swale- dale, Iowa. WANTED--RELIABLE Man With Truck Closed in body. Part time or steady employment.' Must have good references. Write A-26, Globe-Gazette 4'A% FARM 5% CITY MONEY For refinancing, building, buying. Monthly payments optional. W. L. PATTON ALL BILLS Paid in Full And money left over. Group youi bills here. Have one place to pny. Easy Repayment Plan. LOANS to $300 SECURITY LOAN CO. 321 1st Nat. Bank. Ph. 412 L O A N S Saleswork for Men 13 Wanted. Automobiles 43 ANNOUNCEMENT Death Notices DAVIS, Mrs. Martha E. Davis, 82, died at the home of her son,' B. F. Davis, 666 First street southeast, at 11:45 o'clock Friday morning following a lingering illness. Funeral services will be held at Anthon, Iowa, at 1 o'clock Monday afternoon. _Burial will be at Anthon. The body will lie in state at the Handall funeral home until Monday morning when it will be taken to Anthon. TURNER, Mrs. Dora, 83, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs C. R. Marsh, 420 Sixth street northwest, Friday from cardiac asthma. Funeral services will be held at the Randall funeral home Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock with the Rev. C. E. Flynn in charge. Burial w i l l be at Mari- netle, Wis. The Randall funeral home in charge. Funeral Directors 3 , McALTLEY Funeral Home--Complete service day and night 8 S. Adams. Phone 651. WANTED SALESMAN Must have car and be capable of assisting in selling most popular Tractor and Tractor Implements Steady job. Good money. APPLY IN PERSON Esslinger Mullan Clear Lake, Iowa UP TO S300.00 · Furniture, Autos, Livestock, Machinery, Diamonds and other Personal Property. Anywhere in North Iowa. Interest charged only on the unpaid balance for the actual time used/ FREE INFORMATION C. L. Pine Loan Co. Diagonally Opp. 1st Nat'l Bank. 204 Weir Bldg., Mason City, Iowa WANTED--Salesmen lo sell monuments on commission basis. Men 40 to 60 years old who have had selling experience preferred. We teach you the monument business. Must have car. Good territories to right parties.. John .1. Hall Monument Co., Third and Plymouth Sioux City, Iowa. MEYER, Funeral Home--Dependable service. 126 Third Si. N. E. Phone 1505. PATTERSON Funeral Home--A service for those who care. Ambulance. 322 N. Wash. Phone 1140. EXPERIENCED Financially responsible salesman for sale of specially selling to meat and fish markets, restaurants, institutions, hotels, etc. Experience meat industry desirable but not necessary. Position offers good earnings on straight commission basis. Give Vaughn Co Ready Money Few people have relatives or friends who can conveniently lend them up to $300 on short notice and any time. But everyone can come to us, knowing that we are prepared to make a loan any day, and to allow ample time for repayment in conveniently small, regular amounts. Humphrey Finance Co. 30 MORTGAGE LOANS ON Norlh Iowa Farms ... 4y,%-5% Mason City Real Estate Hi%-5% Large fund lile insurance and Private money. Choice Mortgages For Sale. HUGH H. SHEPARD 502-508 Foresters Bldg. Ph. 284 ^ for Sale, Exch. 3OA EXCHANGE 60 acres heavy timber on h i g h w a y 31J, miles county seal, Huston. Mo., for Mason City house. George Van Every. Ph. FOR SALE--80 acres u n i m p r o v e d 5 mi. S. Lime Springs, paved highway 09, $2,500, GO A. tillable Mauleys. FOF5 SALE--Team of horses chickens. Merle K n n p u , Sheffield, Iowa, R l . 2. JPoulrry and Supplies 41 A^'TENTToirTATwunTs^r^OuT- new ID37 farm record calendars are now available and you can "ct yours at the Mason City Hardware .store. Mason City Hatchery S. A. E. 10 winter motor oil. 40c gal. Home Town, 422 N. Mon. FOR SALE--SO acres, finest land new, mod. blrigs., near slalion] S/n per A. Possession. Terms. Big list. Lewis Fedge, Albert Lea, AUTOMOTIVE A u t o m o b i l e s for Sole FOR SALE-- 34-37 truck lire. R H. Sherwood, Rockwell. Lodge Notices QUI:EN RICHEKAH LODGE NO. inu I. O. O. F. HAM, I r S O r. M. Meel 1st and .Ird Friday of each month. , . « . ' - - ' · 3M3 MAUDB MAXSON. liec. Sec. Ph "' K ° L WINSKA. pin. sec. ph. H A R D I N G LODGi: NO 6I!I A. F. A N U A. M. 7:;m r. M. Fn. p c l, S siness --Come. HUDSON. W. M. I'lKJcie Ecc'y. ]II:NEVOI.KXCK i.oix;i: xo. us A. F. A N D A. M. 7::U) P. M. Slnlpil em rhurfd.iv :iinmiicali(w First ot e.-ifli m o n t h . C. H. JOHNSON'. W. M. I. D. GILBERT. Sct'y. LEGAL NOTICE N O T I U K or A l ' I H . I C A T I O N FOR T A X I ) K E I 42 Minn. Si,500 DOWN PAYMENT will buy Improved 80 Acre Farm well located. Owner would take small Mason City home as part payment. BECK BROS. CO. PHONE 134 MERCHANDISE _Miscellaneous for Sale 31 by the ton, lesser amounts, 30c hundred. Ph. 1203. E. C. Knapp. MID-WINTER SALE Regular $22.50 1 A Or* OVERCOATS, now .. $14.50 OVERCOATS, now . . $19.50 REDUCED PRICES ON SUITS WILLIAM ALTER 123 N. FEDERAL AVE. Good Will Used Cars 1937 License Paid 1932 Plymoiilli 4-Door Sedan $22 1032 Chevrolet Tudor Sedan $22 1331 Hupmobile 4-Dr. Sedan .fig TRADE--TERMS Over 40 Used Cars lo Pick From See us before you buy any cm John Gallagher, Inc. 25-27 Second S. E. Phone ir6' Open Evenings and Sundays FOR SALE--1935 M a s t e r Chev coach; b u i l t - i n t r u n k ; low mileage; owner. Leonard J u h l , ' c i e a Lake, Iowa. FOR SALE--20 tons baled straw. Chr. Boddum, Crystal Lake, J n . 13'A N. Fed. Ph. 578 Get CASH to Pay Bills From Your CAR By using our convenient, confidential monthly payment AUTO LOAN PLAN Home Office: Cornei- South of New City Hall Phone 670 and Investment Co FOR SALE--2 new b e a u t i f u l bccf- · room suites, reduced price. Furniture, stoves, shoes of all kinds, etc. B. O. Exchange. Ph. 1216. FOR SALE--Antique hand organ, mandolin, canaries. Ph. 3 0 I G W . Swop Service 32 =· n lmes or less °"«-ins a "SWAP" costs nothing. The ad must have a Globe-Gazette "key" number and the advertiser wiD pay 10 cents for each reply Re- aties are to be called for at the Want Ad counter. For every line over 3 lines, besides 10 cents for each answer, regular rates will be charged. FOR RENT Rooms for Rent 21 FOR RENT -- Modern slcepin room. Ph. 202'!. details, references. . 740 N. Franklin St., Chicago, 111 RANDALL Funeral Home.Ambu- lance service. 104 3rd St. N. E. Ph. 511. C. R Snipps. H. B. Major. Cemeteries MEMORIAL PARK--"The Cemetery Beautiful." Perpetual maintenance. 1. O. F. Bidg. 172, 1327J Flan'sfs · AHE YOU Wondering how lo send NEW 6 volt electric Arc Welder. Sells on 5 minute demonstration to mechanics, repairmen, farmer* shops and factories. Retails S3 75 Up to 150% profit. Works off storage battery or 110 volt current. Tnndl Products, 2223T Calumet Chicago. ' congratulations? Say .flowers. Kembles 55. it with Lost and Found LOST--Brown leather lined glove. Ph. 1680. Reward. Lost--Reward for inf. concerning bicycle lost Jan. 22. Call 130BLJ. Personals 7 LOSE Weight daily. Sure, safe, inexpensive. Write Dr. Wendt Canton, S. Dak. Wanted--Salesmen With car or closed truck, steady e m p l o y m e n t , with reliable f i r m . Must have good recommendation. Territories now open--west to Emmctsbui-g, Iowa., East, to the river. South lo Iowa Falls, Iowa North to Rochester, Minnesota. T-26, Globe-Gazette FOR RENT--Warm 304 N. Mad. slpg. room FOR RENT--Rm. and kitchenette also slpg. rm. 418 N. Wash. FOR RENT--Rm.. breakfast if desired. 110 9th N. E. Ph. 3867. Apartments for Rent 22 FOR RENT--2 furn. hskpg. r in mod. home, pri. ball), pri entrance. Ph. 3354. FOR RENT--Furn. 2 rm. apt., kitchenette. 32S I 2 f h N. W. FOR RENT--3 rm. f u r n . Ph. 3928. apt., parlly Instruction 17 IF YOU like to draw, sketch or paint, write for Talent Test, (no w age and occupation. Write G-4, Globe-Gazette FOR R E N T -- F u r n . 1 I23',i N. Fed. I'm. apt., Houses for R e n t 23 FOR , , , low, heated garage, built in tea- o««, l o u o W . 21st 121G FOR RENT--4 rm. duplex, fuel furnished, ?22. W. side. See J. B Youngblood. FOR RENT--6 rm. partly mod house, SIB. 310 10 N. E. "CHRYSLER AIRTEMP". the perfect air conditioning. J. ]J Marstqn, 107 1st St. S. E. Ph. 162.' "UNCLE SAM" J937 JOBS. Men women, $l,2GO-$2,10t) first year ' Yearly j ncre ase. Try next Mason City examinations. Many social security jobs. Sample coaching-- f u l l particulars--list positions-FREE. Write H-2, Globe-Gazette. FOR RENT -- Furnished house with garage. Call 1623 S. Fed. FOR RENT-- B room house. fi S. W. Inq. 615 S. Adams. 151 FOR RENT--2 mod. houses, close in and f a c i n g the lake. Inquire 123 S. 2nd St., Clear Lake. Home F u r n i s h i n g s 33 FOR SALE--Rare bargain in gas engine washing m a c h i n e . Sec ·Toe Gerk, '/t mile north Kish Hatchery, Clear Lake. FOR SALE--Davenport and chair, practically new. Ph. 4351. FOR SALE-- USED FURiS'lTURE Stoves, A n t i q u e s a n d one 10 Foot Counter and Display. We r e p a i r any kind of f u r n i t u r e . EAST SIDE FURNITURE FXCH SCHELL FURNITURE REPAIR ' 405 Third SI. N. E. Phone 640 S R Chevrolet Co., Inc. T R U E VALUES On one of our floors in t h e Used Car Depl. we h a v e Special O f f e r s YOUR CHOICE ?75.0( 28 Chevrolet Coach '29 Esse.v Coupe '29 Model A Cabriolet '2« Oakland Sedan '28 Dodge Coupe--Called t h e fastest four '29 Essex Sedan '28 Efslcine Sedan '27 Essex Sedan '28 Pontiac Coach : 28 Mode! A Coach "29 Moriel A Ford Coupe '27 B u i e k Sedan '26 Overland Sedan '2B D u r a n t Coupe SEE THESE CARS B E F O R E YOU PURCHASE Also several good buys in late model used cars S R Chevrolet Co., Inc. "North Iowa's Largest Used Car .Dealer" !8 S. Washington Phone 6(iS CLEAN UPS '30 W h i p p e t 4 Sedan. F'erfocf 512=5 . 2n Nash Small 6. Like . 0tn S e d a n - new ?135 p a i n t S3!) ·oo 28 Nash Tudor. Like new . . . Lapiner Motor Co. FOR SALE _ '32 nockne coach. Good. Best offer, floa N. Fed. \VK HAD A N OFFER ON T H F ^fi PONTIAC CPE. Y E S T E R D A Y Oucss we miRhl. to h a v e t a k e n it-but we didn't, so we s t i l l have t h e car. Perhaps you would try to buy i t yourself if you saw how r e a l l y clean it is. Yes, we'll make you a good t r a d e ZENOR MOTOR CO., I l l S. D e l a w a r e -- P h o n e fifll CCI iiii! dcscribccl real Ml/He, ' HeijliU. Mastm C U v . I « I M R SM: 1 ,:; ^ tfSsH. Gordo Cininly. l a w n , al HIP sir ·«io been,, ni ,d P ,,hik-i.v iw'm o,;-':;Si,i elf' "'T 1 TM 1 " ··""··lion 72.M I ?!,, C-Odl; o/ Ioiv.1, /or (lie; Ihnu ,1,,,. yclir," me. TDOT "Zf" TM; CI 'TM d '"' "^ by r %d^r' cC ° fi ' 1 C "-TM L '«'»« "'!.ily" l issu",'i "y !,nld IVP.IMIJCl- ttl t|,o ,,,,d..r*i,.,, n .l IS SUH tUc m Ol. You .ire Furlher notified ol rciioinplhm from sniil A holder thcrt:- Ilif v i ^ i i l n by t h o v. law.-, aid Ccr- service You Bovrni . H a t e d Ihis. '±'1 Owner and I completed notice and or ol Conn Ciotdci Cr iinclcrslcncd lioldrn- o tor said real e ^ l n t lion J5 nincii- t h c i c f · am do.vs f r o m the «f Ihi.s notice, w i l l t h p i e f o r c t.-ilte I rtiiy of .luiiuai-.v, 10:17. O E O R G K C3E-ITMAN. I d c r ill f.,M Ccrtifk-.-it,!. Hy 1^. H. I5OOMIIO\^ER. His Attorney. X O T I C K OF AITI.ICAT10N FOIl TAX in:i-;n ''" I:. \V, l l n t l * a l l : You nrc hereby n o l i f i e d !],.,( ,,,, | l i r , i n r r 1 " 5 ' ·?' , Dl ' c '1 " 111 "-. m:in. n,e follow- inc (Irsi-rihi'd csl.ite. lo-vvlf l.ol . N n m b f r MX U i i m l r r d I ' l r h l v \:;» f llrTVl,'" M'^'OM A - " '" M" 1 ^'"' soltl lo, |l,e undVrsigiic'd'. Gro. Oetl- SIX JUDICIARY ACTS DRAFTED Alcsch Wants Iowa Judges Named in Nonparlisan Election. DKS MOINES', (/TV-Six important measures providins for revision of judiciary regulations including one proposal for the nonpartisan election of ail judges have been prepared by Rep. Guslav Alesch (D) of Marcus, for introduction in the Iowa house of representatives. Alesch said his changes might be ... the entire j u d i c i a r y committee I lie revisions suggested, he said lie considered v i t a l to raise t h e standards in the practice of law and (lie judiciary. The P l y m o u t h county solon also said lie was actuated in a i - lemptiiiR to e x p e d i t e court procedure by w h a t he said W erc "countless technicalities employed" d u r i n g the Sioux C i t y ' g r a f t " trials lo "delay speedy trials." ' Other J'ronosals. Besides his bill for the non-po- six proposed introduced by liticnl election of judges " . b y Ills Treasurer or Ol ro Gonlo "ly. I.HV.I ai t h e sraveiiBcr snlc hr- « n r. "iffij, ''^riM^r;;, "7- "'· ».c ln« S Ihe,, rt,," "dchnq" e" m; cSV 1 " I ««" 'or I h c yen,-., 1911 Vri'.r , ' ?"5l J!m - *' "·Icloncort bv _crliricale of Purchase .11 T,, x Kn | c N £ I' 11 ' 'I'ri'.isu] CL- In 13607. duly Issuer! bv undersigned, wtui and It older is s t i l l t)H Von w i l l llicreloi-e l a k e ,101 k-r imci ovarn ytvnsolf ni-torcliilKly. D.ilc-,1 11,1s 22nd day r,t J.-,mi.-,i-.v Iri7 0TM.r and MnMcr^^^,,' By 1.. R. BOOMKOWER. Hi."! AUortiL'y. XOTICK or TIII: Ai'i'nijvr.M O F A H M I N I S T I E A T O I l iTATE OF IOWA~1 CCITO Gordo Ctiunly. ss. NOTICE IS lrenKBY'' OIVEN "incrsicned has HCPH d u l y ; ·id qii.ililfctl .is , \ f n , [ , nr°r r" "!'· Kaw! "' 1 l i ?, Gprcln C n u n l y . ljlcd lo itl cslnlc ai-.: pnymcni : 1' t h e npnijilecl of Ilie All those named to the .supreme court bench on down to d i s t r i c t court jurists, Alcsch's proposals would' 1 - T i g h t e n Ilie regulations rela- t i v e to contiminnces in civil and c r i m i n a l t r i a l s by r e q u i r i n g t h a t w h e n continuances arc granted by Ihe courts, p u b l i c a t i o n m u s t be made of the report o[ Ihe jurist in so acting. 2. A general revamping of the law r e l a t i v e to the t a k i n g ot o a t h s in c r i m i n a l or civil cases w i t h specific reference to r e q u i r i n g the judges lo a d v i s e witnesses of the statute on perjury, and |r otherwise protect witnesses. . Raise Q u a l i f i c a l i n n s . 3. R a i s i n g the q u a l i f i c a t i o n s and requirement!; f o r admission to Ihe Iowa bar by b a n n i n g "correspondence school" graduates; re- q u i r i n g complete courses in cert i f i e d schools, and b a n n i n g law o f f i c e study as a f f o r d i n g required preparalion for Inking stale bar examinations. ·I. Providing t h a t in c i v i l cases, a three-fourths vole of the j u r y may r e t u r n a v e r d i c t . 5. P r o v i d i n g t h a t J l of 12 j u r ors in c r i m i n a l cases may return a verdict of a c q u i l l a l or guilty. SAYSSALESTAX NOT UNPOPULAR Governor Notes Difference of Opinion on Way to Spend Receipts. DKS M O I N E S . (VP)_Gov. Nelson G. Kraschel said .Salurday he be- MORE MONEY IN U.S. GASH BOX Internal Revenue Levies in Half Year Bring in $1,864,400,000. WASHINGTON, I.V)--The treasury said i n t e r n a l revenue levies put SI.Be-MOO.OOO j n Uncle Sam's cash box during the first hnlf of this fiscal year. This was ?287 127,000 more t h a n for the same period a year ago. . The increase, led by s h a r p gains in income taxes, extended lo 5f nC the fid tax classification;;, li was a t t a i n e d despite a s h a r p d o w n - p u l l on revenues from i n v a l i d a t i o n of taxes u n d e r the a g r i c u l t u r a l ad- j u s t m e n t act. These levies mil SGfVini.UOl) j,, l h c federaf till' during the period a year afto. R e t u r n s from i n d i v i d u a l income Inxcs c l i m b e d Sfi5.R10.000 in I h n six m o n t h s e n d i n g December .T i In ?302.B32,fl()0. Corporate income tax- revenue rose $73,198,000 lo SSD? 149,000. "' Liquor tax collections stood at S325,l'i!),()00, or SB3,GI7,OOI) morn t h i i i i last year; tobacco t a x e s at S2flO t 647,()00, a Rain of $:!·!,9;t7 000 and i n a m i f a c t u r e r s ' excise levies ;;t_S224,7'l8 ( 000, an u p t u r n of $3fi r - Miscellaneous taxes, such as levies on telephone rally, ndmis- sions, oleomargarine, cocoanut oil and firearms, yielded $riO,, r i«9 000 or 53,730,000 more llian lasl year ' M C them, .inly In,- .-, n u l h o n l l c a l c d . ln^,-,, K ,.. n n d I I E R M O N W. J-VIA/.KE. A i l m i n i s l r n l n r . . . . K W. SciiillniR, Atlonicy. npd J a n n n i ' v Hlh. I!)n7. S. IF. MncPrak. C}crlt Disliicl Coin I. By-- Marcari-l niloy, D r n n l y . .vorrci: 01- A I - I ' I . I C A T I O N i o n 'I'AX- nivr-:n Musical I n s t r u m e n t s 34 FOR SALE--Table model 7 tube Spartan radio, 58. D-30, Clear Lake Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--Player piano, canaries. Ph. 586W, Clear Lake. Good Things fo Eat 37 CHEVROLET 193:) Master 4 Door Sedan,-beautiful black finish, hot water heater A dandy car Ihroughout. Only S85 down, $5 per week. Folsom Auto Co. I!-2S T H I R D ST. N. E. ONIONS, i n Pound Bag .. CABBAGE, 8 Pounds RUTABAGAS. R Pounds CARnOTS, 8 Pounds APPLES, f Pounds POTATOES, Med. Size, Peck 2Sc 2.V:! 2.ic 2nd ·I:',, EARLS FRUJT MARKET 1603 South Federal Wonted to Buy 38 WANTED--To buy best lot $101) will buy. Ph. 3084. WANTED--To buy two flat top single desks. Call purchasing Eept., Jacob E. Decker Sons. ·VANTED--Used f u r n i t u r e . East Side Furn. Exch. Ph. 640. VANTED--To tally used cash registers, typewriters, adding ma- :hines. Ph. 1033. I WE SELL THEM We do not keep them Y O U S A V E what vye would have to pay for extra storage )|, r n J|i,|". ln,v». Cini. GcM- '· J o h n V Voii ;,r^ 7lli tiny of i n e dcsri-ilj l . n t X u m l i r r S i x P i f f l l t f f i H H k I n I'ij-sl 'anil l l r i B h ( , ^ l , , n , u'^R sold Irv tlir nndcr nan. by thi- TrMMjr,-. ,,, ^.r,,,, ,, arm , Cnunly Irvta. nl ,!,- sc.ivctiuor »,l c br- Klin anri p u b l i c l y ], e W on s n i f l rinln m i r M i a n t In Srclion 723S of Ilio Code of lon-.i. for lhc l . i v r v n i r u duo. i f a l i n m r r n l ami i i n i u i c l I l i c i r o n [or t h e years l!)2n, .'itlcnco I h o j r o f I T.TX K n l r No. s.iirl 'J'rp^surrr "»2! a n d 10.W. ami a., «f*lQ at Pnrcli,T.e , ss ,,c,l h owner iindc,sjmiL-l and linki,. u-h ,],,, , i o n arc r i i r l l i r f n o t i f i e d I h a l n,. r | c |,, of ri-denipllnn Iron, sairt salo w i l l nv p u c and a la:; dcctl w i l l bp i n n d c liv ('lie rrcnsiircl- of CCITO Gorrtn Coimlv. | o "a lo llir undcrsiKiieil holder of . a irf i-rr. lifit-nlo. rnr rccle-mpLInn tiinr:ly iflm scrvire nf I Vnu will r,tlrd ^ I h i ' ill rral f s t a l i is niait I h e r n r r o i n 1.-y;; /com ihc en is n n t l c r . tlii.Torm i- i.-,|ce noti '3R FORD TUDOR '35 FORD TUDOR '35 FORD TUDOH S325 S375 '31 PLYMOUTH SEDAN... S165 '30 PLYMOUTH SEDAN Sl-5 '31 ESSEX COACH " s H ? ·ao PONTIAC SEDAN::;::' sr5 '30 PACKARD SEDAN '.$1*5 50 OTHERS TO SELECT FROM Look Before You Buy RENEWED - GUARANTEED Pritchard Motor Co. ONK WHOLE BLOCK OF F O R D SERVICE On Perm From State to First 5. K. *-nrl flay of J.inu.Trv lf),17 CEO. ni'/rriiAN ' O w n e r and Ilolrlcr of .*Rirl r c r l i f i r n i c By 1.. R. ROo.MnmvF.ri. ^ H i s A t t o r n e y . Killer Is in Hospital at S. U. I. to Have Mental Examination IOWA CITY, M')--William Jordan, 4o, charged with the shool- mg of Mabel Sayre, 25, and Dan Goode, 38, in Washington, Joxva has been placed in the U n i v e r s i t y of Iowa psychopathic hospital for menial examination. Dr. A n d r e w W. Woods, superintendent of the psychopathic hospital, said j't would be three days before he would finish the examination. Dr. L. p. Ri.stine, M o u n t Pleasa n t s l a l e h o s p i l a l for the fns.inn president, previously conducted an e x a m i n a t i o n of Jordan. The re- porls of the Uvn physicians w i l l be announced later. lievcs 'there is l i t t l e opposition to r e - e n a c t m e n t , of. the salc.s t a x " mil added t h e r e is "some d i f f e r - ence of opinion" on how receipts .should be allocated. One group, Kraschel slated, wants sale.s tax receipts t u r n e d over In schools, a n o t h e r w a n l s home.slcad lax relief, and a t h i r d asks t h a t sales tax receipts be used to replace a state .properly levy. Homesloart t a x relief proposals, he said "loom as increasingly important." Me staled such proposals are in line w i t h a program to wipe out farm tenancy. In his weekly r a d i o broadcast, Kraschel urged a g a i n e n a c t m e n t of a f a r m - t o - m a r k e t road pro- Ri-am w h i c h he said might, w i t h i n a feiv years, b r i n g 10 m i l l i o n dollars yearly for /arm-to-markel road construction. Earlier, he commented on his a p p o i n t m e n t of Robert E. O'Brian of Sioux City as secretary of stale, saying he is convinced O ' B r i a n v "talent, c h a r a c t e r , a n d a b i l i t y " w i l l be s u f f i c i e n t !o "discharge Hie duties ot his o f f i c e " w i t h credit. Man Is Sentenced on Drunk Driving Charge H A M P T O N -- Everel! Huston found K U i l t y in HIR . l a n u a r y term nf court of d r i v i n g w h i l e i n t o x i - cnlcd, was senlenced hv Judge Sherwood A. Clock Friday 'to lo servo seven months in t h e comity j a i l and pay costs of ? I S B . A f t e r serving one mouth lie will' be paroled to F. C. Schwicger .sheriff. Feeder Iowa Cattle e e e r s Send Protest Wires C K D A n H A P I D S , /P) -.- Town c a t t l e f e e d e r s s e n t telegrams t o | .Srnalrirs G u y S. G i l l o t i o and C l y d e I.. H e r r i n g p r o t e s t i n g "proposed approval nf Hie A r g e n t i n e s a n i t a r y c o n v e n t i o n as R I I u n w a r r a n t e d menace to our livestock industry." C a t t l e feeders from Benton, Cedar, C l i n t o n . Iowa, Johnson, Jones and I. i n n counties, who met here Friday, d r a f t e d the messages. Mrs. Covey Named Head of Orchard Aid Group ORCHARD-- The Ladies Aid society held a d i n n e r at the Jocal church basement Wednesday and took in $13. Officers elected were: Mrs. Myrtle Covey, president- Mrs. Grace Lack, vice president- Mrs. Gcnrgo Crawford, secretary; Mis. Irm.i Evans, t r e a s u r e r ; directors, Mrs. B l a n c h Lewis, Mr? Bcrnicc Lack and Mrs. M a u d e Johnson. PRESERVE SAID ASSURED 897 Acre Tract Will Be Established in Kossuth. ALCONA, ,A')-.f, D. Lmvc, (-·hairman of Ihe Kosstilli county conservation league, said he had received d e f i n i t e word from Washington that an 807 acre name preserve would be established i n Kosstith county, l.owc said the United Slates biolosicaf s u r v e y w o u l d t h e t r a c t in U n i o n iilousli along Hie DCS Moines river for the came preserve. George W. Ayres of Des Moines Dies at -Phoenix, Arizona PHOKN;X, A,-;?.., M»,_Geor BR \ \ . Ayres, 59, of Des Moines, Iowa nresidenl of Ihe Central L i f e Assurance society, died here Friday n i g h t of a heart attack-. Mr. Ayres came here Thursday t U i h i s w i f p , i n l c n d i n g to meet Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Pease of Des Monies. The toil.- expected to spend the r e m a i n d e r of tile winter traveling in the west. Mr. Ayres served as president if the M u t i i H l Insurance or fire years n f l e r years as vic-e president and treasurer. He spent most or his l i f e in K Monies. He was horn . at Kno.xville, Iowa, and l i v e d for a t i m e O k l a h o m a City, O k l n . .society serving I S at , . His wife and one daughter, Mrs C.eorcc Anderson of DCS Moinc* urvive. " Sent to Chickasaw NEW HAMPTON--Soils i:onser- .'alion checks I n t a l i n K $6,27031 vcrc received here U i i s week M M. Thiiraw, .teci-ctary, and Miss ·raine A r n l i a l t , were di.strib- Hing checks at "Fmlericksburfi ind Nashua nn S a t u r d a y . They v i l l be at A l i a Vista Monday. AUNT HET By Robert Quilfen "I .still -f,-f a f r i t o' w o m o i i s n i o k i i i ' , I M I I . I.hp. mips l.hal f!o i.l, now r l o n ' l look l i k o thp.y was s u f i c n V for t.ho cause." Don't Delay! Tradnrs Will A d v a n c e in Price I'ebruary I f 723 SOUTH FEDERAL

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