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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 18 1S3G NINETEEN A CLASSIFIED AD WILL HELP YOU WITH YOUR SPRING CLEANING. ADVERTISE FOR HOUSEHOLD HELP, ADVERTISE FOR THAT ANTIQUE PIECE OF FURNITURE YOU WANT. PHONE 3800 NOW. Death Notices CHRISTIANSON, Christian B., 53 switchman for the Chicago and North Western railroad, died suddenly Tuesday afternoon while al work. Funeral services will be helc Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Patterson funeral home, with the Rev. C. E. Flynn, pastor of the First M. E. church, in charge. Burial will be at Memorial Park cemetery. The Benevolence Lodge No. 145 will be in charge of services at the grave. The Patterson funeral home in charge. NARAMORE, wniard w., si, died at his home, 62S Delaware avenue northeast, Tuesday evening following an illness of several months. · Funeral services will be held at the Patterson funeral home Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, with the Rev. Alexander 5. Carlson, pastor of the Congregational church, in charge of services. Burial will be at Elmwood cemetery. The Patterson funeral home in charge. Card of Thanks We wish to thank our many friends and neighbors for their many kindnesses and expressions of sympathy extended to us at our recent bereavement. Mrs. John McGee and Family. We wish to thank the neighbors and friends for their beautiful floral offerings and the many kind acts shown us at the time of the illness and death of our beloved father and brother, Chas. B. Skellenger. Albert H. Skellenger, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stitz, Brothers and sister. WE WISH to thank our friends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy shown us during the sickness and death of our mother, Mrs. George Goodling, and for the beautiful floral offerings. MR. ALBERT GOODLING and FAMILY. MRS. LAURA BILLMAN and FAMILY. MRS. FRANCIS SKENE. Ventura, Iowa. Money to Loon Services Offered A33 LOANS Up to $300.00 ANYWHERE IN NORTH IOWA Made to Responsible Families or Individuals NO SIGNERS NO ENDORSERS xour Own Security Only. Pay Interest on only actual unpaid balances for actual number of days used. Prompt, Private, Friendly Service. Always. See, Phone or Write us for FREE INFORMATION C. L. Pine Loan Company Diagonally Opposite 1st NatT. Bank 204 Weir Bldg.. Mason City, Iowa ATTENTION POLITICAL CANDIDATES We are prepared to furnish ampli fiers and loud speakers for your coming; campaign. Rental price so low you cannot afford to address a public gathering without our loud speaker equipment. Call 305, or write Paul's Radio Service, Mason City, Iowa. Security Loan Co. s TM%- and diamond loans S30 to S300 Personal aervlce. 321 1st Nafl. Bank. Phone 412. MONEY TO LOAN on Mason City home. Alliance Investment Co. Phone 849. Real Estate Loans AS MORTGAGE LOANS ON North Iowa Farms--iV-%--5% Mason City Real Estate--5%--6% Prompt Service--Small Expense Choice Mortgages for sale. HUGH H. SHEPARD 502-508 Foresters Bldg. Phone 2S4 Mason City, Iowa Optometrists A15 GLASSES--If your eyes are failing see Dr. Knutson, Opt., Weir Bldg., and get the best in optical service. FOR THE better kinds of Optical service, moderate prices, see J. H. Lcpper, Opt. 10 1st St. S. E. Beauty Parlors 16 'ERMANENTS--$1.95 to. $3.00, complete. Shampoo, finger wave, 50c. LeModerne Annex. · Expert waving. 212 N. Fed. Phone 3011. Funeral Directors McAULEY Funeral Home -- Complete service day and night. S S. Adams. Phone 651. MEYER Funeral Home--Dependable service. 126 Third St N. E. Phone 1505. PATTERSON Funeral Home -- A. service for those who care. Ambulance. 322 N. Wash., Phone 1140. RANDALL Funeral Home--Ambulance service. 104. 3rd St. N. E. Ph. 511 C. E. Snipps, H. B. Major. Cemeteries A3 MEMORIAL PARK--"The Cemetery Beautiful." Perpetual maintenance. Office 612, I. O.F. Bldg. Ph. 172 or 1827J. G. M. Woodruff. Florists BRIGHTEN your home with spring flowers and plants. Tulips, hyacinths, freesias, narcissus, etc. Kembles Greenhouse. Ph. 55. Personals VWI^^^rw^, NEWEST Shades and styles in new spring hose, lingerie and shirts. Call Ivy Daugherty, Ph. 2184. 400 NEW SPRING WALLPAPER PATTERNS. North Iowa's greatest selection. RALPH S. SHEPHERD Paint and Wallpaper. Seeds, Feeds 28 FOR SALE--2 stacks good oat straw. Wm. Schneider, 4 mi. S. W. Ventura, gravel road. FOR SALE--Soy beans, germination guaranteed. Ernest Witte Rockwell. SEED CORN Selected ear tested corn .$6 per bu. Composite test of 90% or better $4.50 per bu. While it lasts. All Cerro Gordo and Hancock county grown. Custom testing l y cents per ear. Ned O'Neil, Clear Lake, Ph. 271W. Business Opportunities 29 WANTED--Prominent oil company wants lessee for Mason City service station in splendid location. Fine opportunity for energetic and responsible party. References required. Applications confidential. Address at once, M-17, Globe-Gazette. Seed Corn Tested Ear test, six kernel, with propel ly _ controlled incubator traj's. Smail i or large orders. 80c per 100 cars | R. O.Roberts 310 1st N. E. DISCS Sharpened on your farm. J. H. Westcott, Plymouth, Iowa. Agents 36 WANTED By reliable institution of excellent reputation, a representative with car to visit small towns and in some cases country homes in Northern Iowa, to interview parents and high school graduates and interest them in vocational training. Man should not be less than 28, nor more than 40 year old, must have good education, good appearance and good conversational ability. Selling experience would be some advantage. Drawing account and commission. Write U-1T, GLOBE-GAZETTE Male, Female Help A36 WANTED--Salespeople. No house to house canvassing-. Sales will be directly with merchants and doctors. Liberal commission. References and bond required. Inquire Hanford Hotel, Room 245, 7 to 9 p. m. or 9 to 11 a. m. Houses For Rent 46 FOR RENT -- 7 m. mod. home 535 month. Inq. 532 6 S. E. For Rent Houses 8 room, near Monroe school. .. .$35 A. M. Schanke Co. Telephone 1300 FOR RENT-- 4 rms.. mod., 512; -1 rm. mod. house, $20; 6 rm. mod. house, excellent, MO: 2-3 rm. furnished apt., $20 and ?25. W. L. Palton. 10!) E. State. ,, _ _ _ - . ,, , ,, , rr\nn in Ventura. Georgia Washburn. 30x3 '4 450-20 450-21 475-19 475-20 525-17 525-21 I Shell Station Misc. Auto A USEjD 550600- 625650- 650- 30x 35x USED I 1ENRY Phone 3077 For Sole 55 82 AND ur First and Washington S- W. Cottages A46 FOR SALE--Scales and pool table. FOR RENT--Close in cottages. Priced reasonable. Mrs. D. H. Campbell, Clear Lake. Houses For Sale 47 FOR SALE--7 rm. mod. house, close in, $2.250: 5 rm. partly mod. $1,600; 4 rm. 5850; 5 rm. bungalow $2,250. Many others. Kchrn Land Co. Ph. 827. FOR SALE--Modern 7 rm. house, well located, close in. $400 cash down, balance on easy terms. Beck Bros. Co. FOR SALE--5 homes. Need money. $2,500 will buy all. Good investment. Write W-13, Globe-Gazette. TO BE SOLD THIS WEEK No. 137 Fifteenth Street Northwest. 6 rm?. Modern. See it at once. W. L. PATTON 109 E. State Instruction 37 DIESEL TRAINING A representative of the National Schools will be at Hotel Edmar this week to interview and select reliable and mechanically inclined men to train in construction, operation, installation of modern, high-speed and heavy duty diesol engines. Arrangements can be made to take preliminaiy training- at home prior to going; to shops for practical experience. Transportation included for those chosen in reasonable training expense. For complete information see Mr. Larrabee, Hotel Edmar. Swap Service 38 SWAP--Clear Lake cottage for city property. Write MM-1S, 5azctte. Globe- SWAP--3 goats for furniture or what? Write UU-17, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Chickens for feed. RR-16 Globe-Gazette. Write FOR SALE--Good cash grocery : business, reasonable rent, all! SWAP--Guernse mod., not water heat, good store- ' room, basement, garage, living rooms, ail mod. A good chance. Must sell. Other matters to see to. heifer coming 2 years old for sow to farrow soon. Write JJ-16, Globe-Gazette. Will stand inspection. Come and see for yourself. C. M. Drelier, Nora Springs, Iowa, Trade or Exchange 42 FOR SALE--Full equipment for a one chair barber shop. S95. Jack J. Nelson, Lake Mills. Iowa. TRADE--40 acre farm adjoining town for Mason City house. Possession now. Write owner, X-17, care Globe-Gazette. Rooms For Rent 44 Help Wanted, Female 31 ! FOR RENT--S!pg. rm. Ph. 3599W. WANTED--Girl for general house- 16 First S. E. Opp. Chapman's work on farm 4 mi. from city. WALLPAPER--1935 stock, lOc value, 4c; 15c value, 6Mc. Many washables included. See our 1936 papers. We sell for less. Star Wallpaper Paint Co., 34 2nd N. E. Lost and Found LOST--Billfold. Reward. Ph. 29F21. Write Z-17, Globe-Gazette. WOMEN lift the mortgage from your home. Help with family budget. Pleasant part or full time work. Chance to advance. Write L-17, Glob«-Gazette. LOST Friday. Overstuffed chair cushion, between Mason City and Sheffield. Ph. 521. Reward. Money to Loan MONEY To Loan On Farm Lands and Mason City Real Estate. Excellent Terms and Rates. E. W. CLARK CO. 204 Forester's Bldg. Personal Signature LOANS To Salaried People . Easiest and Most Convenient Method of Borrowing. Immediate Service Strictly Confidential. Security Loan Co. 321 First Nat'l Bldg. Ph. 4 AUTO LOANS FURNITURE LOANS Home Loan Finance COMPANY 204 Forester's Bldg. ' AUTOMOBILE LOANS Let us reduce your car payments or give you additional cash. No in- dorscrs and all transactions strictly confidential. Thonc or write. United Financial Service S First St. N. W. Phona 1414 WANTED--Middleaged housekeeper in modern home. Write R-16, care Globe-Gazette. WANT--Girl for general housework. 1111 Jst S. W. FOR RENT--Large well furn. rm. for 1 or 2. 304 1st S. E. FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. Gentleman preferred. Pri. cnt. Ph. 1321. For Rent--Slpg. rms. 128 3 N. W. FOR RENT--2 mod. slpg. rms. Board if desired. Ph. 1901. FOR RENT rm., kitchenette. One or working couple. 418 N. Wash. Apts. for Rent 45 WANT--Girl for honsettwk. Call at 404 6 S. W. after 6 p. m. Help Wanted, Male 32 WANTED--Second cook. Park Inn Cafe. WANTED--Applications for but- termaker at Dows, Iowa. Applicants must furnish own helper, and apply in person at the City Hall, Dows, Iowa, on Sat., March 21, at 10 o'clock a. m. H. J. Iverson, Secretary. HAVE You a car? I want to hire, a man irnmediaiely who knows farming. Steady local job. Paid every week. Write giving age and experience. Box 164, Dept. 7672, Ouincy, 111. HELP For institutions. Hospitals everywhere. No experience necessary. S50-S1SO monthly. Enclose stamp. Scharf Bureau, "143-599 W. ·ifith. New York. WANTED--Young man, neat appearance, no boozer, restaurant work. Ref. Write T14, Globe-Gazette. Situation Wanted 33 H. S. GIRL wants place to work for board and rm. Ph. 27F23. Services Offered A33 DEGEN Floor Service! laying! sanding old floors. Made like'new. 116 S. Monroe. Fh. 1672. FOR .RENT--Mod. apt. S4 wk. 4261. FOR RENT--Apts., Ph.~2.9S9. FOR RENT--Three rm. unturn. apt. 1530'» N. Mad. $12.50. Lepper Jewelry company. FOR RENT 3 or 4 rm. unfurn. apt. 119 12th N. W. Ph. 1455-W. FOR 'RENT--4 rm. mod. ant. 2477. FOR RENT -- Unfurn. mod. apt., light, water an,; hot water heat free. 726 llth N. E. FOR RENT--4 rm. mod. heated apt. Sec J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. For Rent--Mod. 4 rm. unfurn. heated apt., newly dec. M52 N. Fed. FOR RENT--2 rm. downstairs apt. to responsible party. Ph. 614W. Houses For Rent FOR RENT--April 1, completely furn. bungalow. Good location. Reasonable rent. Ph. 17S1W. FOR RENT--Mod. 7 rm. house at Orchard Heights. Clear Lake. Rent .?2"i mo. Wrile Genrge Struck. Sioux Rapids, Iowa. FOR RENT--5 rm. bungalow. $15. Inq. 827 N. Fed. FOR RENT--April 1 6 rm. house. 114r E. Slate. $20 mo. Src Ebert at Jefferson barber shop. IB 1 SW. FOR RF.NT--4 rm. bungalow, partly mod., with garage, $14 per mo. Sam Raizes Acreages 113 S. Federal. FOR SALK--M.in's lop coat, like new, porch glider, cheap. Ph. 3080. FOR SALE--Baby buggy, cond. cheap. Ph. 11 SOW. good Foods ASS APPLES GRIMES GOLDEN Basket $1.09 JONATHAN · Basket $1.19 ONIONS 10 Ib. bag ' . . I D c ORANGES Per dozen !jc GRAPEFRUIT 10 for 2!ic EARLS FRUIT MKT. 1G03 S. Federal Phone 1138 A48 FOR RENT--Good house, 7 acres of ground, close in. Write K-17 Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--Will sell all or part of 20 acre tract, including restaurant, service station, five room house, poultry ranch, located 3 mi. north of Cedar Falls on 218. C. E. Fivash, Cedar Falls, Iowa. Forms For Sole 50 FOR SALE. TRADE OR RENT--80 acres of g-ood pasture land SE of Mason City. Write or sec Frank Benson, room 9, Cerrn Gordo Bank bldg.. Clear Lake, Iowa. FOR FARM BARGAINS See T. W. Gilpin, Northwood, Iowa. Forms For Rent A50 FOR RENT--80 acres on share rent. Sufficient stock and equipment to run same for sale. Call 630 S. Washington. Ph. 2S35.W. FOR RENT--240 A. all tillable, good bldgs., near Ricevillc. Kehm Land Co. Ph. 827. Musical Instruments 58 FOR SALE--Fine cabinet grand piano, $30. W. C. Batdorf, 202 13 N. E. Wearing Apparel 70 FOR SALE--Long pointed fox fur. Like new. Very reas. Ph. 324 3W. Household Goods 73 Autos for Sale 79 Model T Ford Coupe Good tires. Runs dandy. '36 license. s R CH'EV. co. Nash 1932 Tudor 1936 license. Looks and runs like new. Cerro Gordo Nash Co. Phone 636 116 S. Del. The WINTERMART 150 USED CARS AT FAIRGROUNDS Salesmen There Every Day. Two Old Reliable Firms. Definite and Dependable Guarantees WAGNER MOTOR CO. J. H. MARSTON · Entrance Jn-st West nf Federal on Nineteenth Street 1934 Ply. DeLuxe Tudor Hot water heater and 1936 license. Cerro Gordo Nash Co. Phone 636 116 S. Del. Heat With Gas For Sale: Several slightly used high grade Gas Conversion Burners at -substantially reduced prices, i Good as new. Guaranteed same as i new burners. Installation now. I No payments until next fall. Peoples Gas Elec. Co. FOR SALE--Living room suite, gas stove and dining room suite, slightly used. Call evenings at 50' 9 S. E. Ph. 1123. Farm Machinery 51 FOR SALE--0. K. Wallace Tractor. 1 12-horse gasoline engine. Saw rig. Massey-Harris, cabbage trans- planter. Harvey Smith. Britt, la. FARMERS! Get better cultivation and better crops with Pierce Harrow. Larger ground coverage. Less power. Sold direct by THE PIERCE HARROW CO., Gordonsville, Minn, Livestock For Sale 52 FOR SALE--Black Poland China gilts to farrow in April, I 1 ; nii. N. of Sugar plant on No. 05. A. Newbcrry. · FOR SALE--Spotted Poland China sows, vaccinated, recorded. H. I. Kaasa, Joice, Iowa. FOR SALE--2-9 mo. old colts. S. Arrncl, 1 mi. S. Hanlontown. FOR SALE--Duroc sows, feed barley and oats. Ph. 11F17. AUCTION SALE Wednesday, Thursday, Friday Corner. 14th St. and North Federal. One lot of new and used suits, overcoats, ladies' and children's rubbers. Hardware of all kinds, new and used, large supply tinner shop tools, furniture of all kinds. Bring what you have to sell. Sale starts at 1 p. m. and 7 p. m. each day. FOR SALE--Used and rebuilt vacuum cleaners. We rent and repair all makes. Wilkinson Radio Supply Co., 14 s. Delaware. Ph. 2872. FOR SALE--New Airway vacuum cleaner used less than 2 months. F. R. Hutchinson. Ph. 144S. Poultry, Eggs Baby Chicks 74 Of all varieties, also custom hatching, and turkey poults. Everything for the poultry man. Write or tel. VAN GERPEN HATCHERY Buffalo Center Iowa Misc. For Sale 55 STOP AT OFFICE OR ORDER BY MAIL To get a Cerro Gordo county Plat Book, just call at the Globe-Gazette office, or send 3'our check by mail and your order will be filled same day received. This 1933 Plat Book contains a Plat, or drawing, of each of the 16 Townships, and each Township is represented on a page. The owners of all Ccrro Gordo county farms, and the exact size of each, the towns, schools, creeks, paved and gravel roads, and the steam and electric railroads are all shown in this up-to-date, easy- to-read Plat Book. The Globe- Gazette has a limited number of copies of this Plat Book for sale, and if you want one. you should act now. They were made to sell for 52.50 each but while the present supply lasts you can buy a copy for only Pins 2c Tax Tlie G l p b P - G n z " t t c also has a very few F r a n k l i n county Plat Books for silc. They arc sim- i l a r to t h e Corro Gordo c o u n t y Flat Books and aie on sale at the same, price, SI.00 each, while they last. Wanted to Buy 75 WANTED--To buy some fall pigs. Ph. 533. WANTED--Steam table. Give size and price. Write C-17, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Used furniture. Joe Goss. 212 South Federal. Ph. 942. 2 DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE ON All R G And Square Deal Used Cars Fords. Chcvs.. Plymouths Many Other Makes. Liberal Terms. Fair Allowance. WAGNER MOTOR CO. 202 1st S. E. Phone 922 Master Chev. '33 Tudor Looks and runs like new. You will like this one. Cerro Gordo Nash Co. Phone 63B HR a. Del. YOUR IOWA INCOME TAX Prepared for Iowa Daily Press Association by State Board of Assessment and Review. Most taxes constitute allowable deductions from income. With the exception of inheritance taxes, estate taxes, the Iowa income tax and the taxes assessed for local benefits, any tax is deductible if lev- :ed by the authority of the United States or of any of its possessions, or by any state, territory, or the District of Columbia, or of any for- iign government, when assessed against and paid by the taxpayer on property to which he holds title. Motor vehicle license fees as well as other federal, state and municipal licenses (except hunting and fishing licenses), are deductible as taxes. Postage is not a tax. Taxes mposed by the United States or by any state or political subdivision thereof, upon sales, services or la- cilities, are not deductible, even :hongh billed as separate items, un- ess by statutory provision the tax s expressly imposed against the taxpayer. Where husband and wife make HIGHEST Cash prices paid for old gold jewelry, watch cases, dental scraps, etc. Blanchard Jewelry. HIGHEST Prices pam ror Jtillef horses. Ph. 2731R2. WANT--To buy org-sn. M. Curley. Rockwell, Iowa. WANTED--To buy chicken house. Write J-1S. Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Used furniture, stoves. Graham's, 2(H S. Fed. Ph. 301. Wanted to Rent 76 separate returns, neither be WANTED--To rent slpg. rm in pri. home. N'o other roomers. Write T-1S. Globe-Gazrttp. Autos for Sale 79 fiKAHAM IflSS, sperinl sedan, luiilt in t r u n k , | lieater. very low mileage, car just j cos '- °' ^ n c like new. .Sl."0.0() down. S2.".0()'per i month. permitted to deduct taxes paid on property held in the name of the other. Taxes on mortgaged property paid by a mortgagee are not allowable deductions. Taxes are deductible in the yer. in which they are levied and paid. Federal and state income taxes to be reported in a return for a given year, cannot be accrued and deducted in t h a t year, as they are not due and payable until Jan. 1 of the following year. | Among taxes which are not de- j d u c t i b l e a r e : Iowa income tax. federal and state inheritance or estate taxes: federal tax on gasoline and l u b r i c a t i n g oils: h u n t i n g and fishing licenses: cigaret t a x : and federal or state excise or license taxes paid on , merchandise by the manufacturer, producer or i m p o r t e r when added to the expense of doing business or the : LEGAL NOTICE .NOTICE of AITIINTIKNT OF K.XKCU'J'UK STATS OP IOWA. Cerro Gordo County, 85. N". -1151. N o l l c n la hereby R i v e n , t h a t the muter- SIRHM tins been d u l y rippointed and (|u;ilil.p'l ns Kxccutor of ifie r.ilate of A n n n H. Molt. nccwiscd. ln(e of Corjo C.ordo County. A l l Persons indebted to sa(d estate are wiuesivd to make Inimediute p a y m e n t ; anil those r a v ins c l H l m s a g a i n s t the snine w i l l prcst-nt t h f m , d u l y a u t h e n t i c a t e d , to the under:*! Rimi for nHmvnnce. and Ii!o in the o f f i c e of the Clerk of the District ijourt, L E O N A R D W. MOTT, Executor. R A L P H S. STANBERY. Attorney. DftlM M a n t i 2. 19:16, S. H. M n c P K A K . Ckrk District Court, By M A R G A R E T K1LEY. Deputy. FOLSOM 7£2 S. ATTO COMTAXV Ferfcr.'il A \ e n u c I-'OR SAU-'--tn::rt ('liov. 1 door pr- d a n . 'tt Pod^o foirlor sedan. Many other?. Lapiner Motor Co. Fashions for Candidates. A ffiylf n o r r p o i n t s out "rftvfrsihlft j rapes" as the mode t h i s spring. ' Doubtless dozened with an eye on t h e presidential-randidate. trade.-Boston Transcript. NOTICE or AI'POINT.MENT OF AII.MIMSTIIATOK STATE OF IOWA. Corro Gordo County, is NO. 4rtt2. Notice ia hereby given. Ilm the under- a I Kned has heen d u l y u n p o i n t e d and q u a l i f i e d an A d m i m s l r n t o r of ihr estate of K, )'.o- b«r(a A n d e r x u n . -D-ccnsed. !.itv of Ccrro Oirtio County. AH prisons Indebted to said "late arc requested tn m a k e i m m e d i a t e , pny- m c n t ; and lhn.-p ha v i n e c l a i m s n c n l n s t tli« same w i l l present them, d u l y n t i l h c n t k - a l c d . to ihe undersized f n r allowance, and til-- In the o f f i c e of the Clerk of the Diairict Court. S. V. WILSON. A d m i n i s t r a t o r . KOK THOMPSON, Attorney. Dated Feb. 29. lO.ifi. S. H. M a c P E A K . Clerk District Court By MARGARET RILEY, D c p u t j . "OTICt; OF Al'l'OlNTMK.NT OF K X K r i T T R I X STATE OF IOWA. Cerro Gurdo County ss No. 4788. Notice is hereby c lve n t h a t t h e u n d r r r i c n r d has been d u l y a p p o i n t e d and q u a l i f i e d as Executrix fir t h e e s t a t e of A r t h u r H. Bauer. deccaFeri. l a i c of Cerro Cordo County, A l l persons Indebted to said e s t a t e are requested lo m a k e inimediati p a y m e n t s ; and those having clnlm.i against the. f a m e will present t h e m , duly a u t h e n t i c a l l y , to the imdersisr.nii for allowance, ?md f i l « in the o f f i c e o[ the Clerk of (hd P i s t r l c t Conn, GERTRUDK B A U R R . E x e c u t r i x . W. A. WttSTFALL. A t t o r n e y . Dated March 2, 3flnr». S. H. M a c P K A K . Clerk P i M r l r l court By M A R - C A R E T RILKY. Deputy. NOTICE or A P P O I N T M E N T OF K X K C I TIUX STATE OF IOWA. Ccrro Gordo Count v, ss No. 1771. Notice is hereby Clvn, t h a t t h e under- slcnnd has been d u l y a p p o i n t e d anrt q u a l i f i e d as E x w i t r i x of t h e estate of John R. Stearns. Deceased, l a t e of Cerro Gordo County. All Persons I n d e b t e d to s.ilrf estate nrc requested tn m a k e I m m e d i a t e p a y m e n t ; a n d those having claims against the same, w i l l present t h e m , d - i l y a u t h e n t i c a t e d , i n the underside,} Mr allfiw.thcf. and file. In the office of the Clerk of t h p D i s t r i c t Court. G R A C E R. STKARNR. Executrix. R. F. CLOUGH. Attorney. Dated M a r r h 2. 193R. 6. H. M a c P K A K , Clerk District Court. By M A R G A R E T H1LKY. Deputy. h* jnohated nrvl a!1nw«ri ns and for the last W i l l a n d TV.Mnm*-nt «f snM decensM. J.itM At MHSOU City. *"»'«. .March Dth, 1P3R. P. H. .YaePKAK. Pterk '.f D i s t r i c t Court. B/--Ma rear"! RH-y. Deputy. NOTICK Ol' THE A P P O I N T M E N T OF AOMIMNTR.VlltlX STATE OF IOWA. Corro Gordo County, s*. No. 4S02 N O T I C K I S H K K K B Y G I V K N , that t h e iiniliTKltfriPd h"" been d u l y a p p o i n t e d n n d qualHitVl aft A d m i n i s t r a t r i x of the estate of Osmr T. NVstvcdt, Deceased, late of C«-'rro Gordo County All persons 'nd'.-Mrd to p.-vM e.itale are reqiiepted tn rrmkf I m r n e d i a ' c p a y m e n t ; and (Hose h a v i n g c l a l m K a R a i f i s L t h e sam? w i l l present t h r m . duly a u t h e n t l - r n t e d . to t h e u n d r r s i c n r d for allowance. and file in ( h e o f f i c e of the Clerk of the District Court. M A M I E NKSTVEDT. A d m i r t l s t r n t r l r . M. L. M.i5nn. Attornry. Dated A'atvh i n t h , ll^fi. S. H. M n r P r a k . Clerk D f s t r i c t Court. B y -- M n r p u r n l Kiley. D e p u t y , N O T I C K Ol-' I'llllBATK OF WILL .STATK OK lOtt'A. c;prr. riordo C o u n t y , .is. N". -18(17 Hi D i s t r i c t Court J a n u a r y Term. 19315. TII All AVlHtm II May Cimrrrtl: YOU A R K 11KRKBY N O T I F I E D . That fin i n s t r u m e n t nl \ v r l h n c p u r p o r t i n g In he ( h e last W i l l an-l Testament of NV'.llp Lone, ne:e;neri, ilated February 7 t h . IWR. hav- inj; heen t h l * ,lny ftle.ft. opened and rPnfl. Mondiiy the. Uih day of A|«i-il, 103fi. In lixi-rt f u r ho.trlnK liroof nf 5nmo at thu Court Dislrict Court of paid C o u n t y , or the Clerk of snld Court; nnri nt 2 o'clock T. M.. of (ho lf(y iihovu mentioned (ill person* in( f r r s l r i i nrc nerclty n o l i l i e d nnt r r q K i r e r l to nppenr. nnrl nhox%- cadfle I f any they him-, \vliy *R[d I n H l r u m e n l should noi he pro- h a t e d nni! nlloxvrd (in and for I h e last Will Hated at Mn»im Clly, ]»»·«. March 17lh, ' S . ' H . i m c P K A K . Clerk of D i s t r i c t Court. By--.Mdrgni-et Hiley. Deputy. And now our f u t u r e would be secure if somebody could only fjg"urfi out a way for people to spend their time between leaving the CCC and becoming: eligible for old age pcn- nions.----.Jud^R. NOTICK OF PROKATK OF WII.I, In nltlri.-t f m i r t , J n n i i n r y Term, iy;iG. STATF, OF IOWA. Cerro Gordo C o u n t y , ?.i. NO. 4RfU To All \Vhnm It Mh.v foiii-erii: YOU A R K HKR.F.BY N O T I F I E D . That an i t i p i n i n v n t of w r i t i n g p u r p o n i n p to be Ihr last \Vi!l and Testament of Thomas C. Bowles, DRCcased, d a i f i f l November l U i h . JP.13. havinc been tin's day filed, opened a n r j r n n d , .Monthly i h c C l h day of A p r i l . H'ofi. j f fixed for h e a r i n c proof of seme at Hi; Court House in Mason City. loun. ho torn the District, Court of s a i d " C o u n t y or the Clerk of said Court; and at 2 o'ck.ck P. M.. of the day above m e n l i o n c r t all persons i n t e r e s t e d are hereby n o t i f i e d a n d required to appear, u n d show canst! if a n y t h e y h,lve, xvhy said i n p t r u m p n t -fhoulrt not ('Imrk-r .N'«. W74 AUNTHET By Robert Quillen "The preacher don't come to see us m u c h . We ain't ornery enough to need savin', and we don't give enough to lie important members." KKI'OHT OF COMITIO.V OF THR FIRST NATIONAL BANK nr MASON rm i.\ THK STATE OF io\v\ At tltr T'lovc ( ,r ltu«iit(«s mi tnn-1i 4. inHt! (PuhliFh^ri in rp.spfnsp ti ml] rn.-ulp hy rrnmiil rn\\cr of the C u r r e n c y , uii Seclir.n :i2Il U. S.' Rfrvl^crl S t a t u t e s ) ASSETS Ovprtirnf!.s '.'.....'.'.'.','.'.',','.'.'.'.','.'.'.'.'.'.]','.'.'..'.'.'. '. ...'.'.' '. ' ' TriUM Slates G o v p r n m c n t o W i B n i l o n n . direcr. ' n n r t W r u l I y ' KuViT.ntVVd".'.'.'.'.'." 1. Customer^' l i a b i l i t y on n c o m n i of a c c e p t a n c K ? ' ' X ^ c i H f i l ,' Uankiiii; house. $1flo,oO(). r u r n i t n r c a n f l f i x t u r e s . s-i.Tl.'i.l.'i R"!il e?late ou-nt-fl oiln*r t h a n f i n n k l n c himifl Ri'scrv-. 1 w i i h Federal P.t^ervc hank '' * rn*h. h a l a n r w \vi\h n l h r - r hankji. .-ind CB?!I "itcnis hii "nrocVsF nf" r-ni|V c tinn * 1 f'axti Herns n-»r in process nf c o l f c c f i o n Other sFSL-is ' " ' " x an( , ' lir,.n.t9.pn TOT/- i, "ASSETS 1 . T A R 1 U T I K K . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ime ( U ' l i o e - t o nf individual. 1 ?. pnrlnerFhip.s. A n d c«rporaiinn.s .. ..... '. . i a i r . c o u n t y , a n d m u n i c i p a l f i e p ^ i t s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I ' n i t p f i ?taie,5 Oovprnm f t iit a n d postal s a v i n c p den^si!* Depn.sji,,': of o t h e r h n n k s . m d n d i n c r c r j i f i n t ,iiii r a s h i ^ r ' * rhc-cfcp n u t F t n n d i n i : To!,?) nf Bhnvff I f f r n s : ' a i Srritrrrt hy pledce of !o.(n p i i m i or i n v e s t m e n t s 5 r, ssfi n (.b) Not sei-urrd m- pledge -f lo.in-- a n d or in v"!=i r n r n t s , ...... , ................ 6, 1 'i7.fj,"i l.S') - n l l , . M f l . « 0 fi- r i7.Ufi-'.O t i ·l.TR.I.nr, f r l TOTAT, PKPOS1TS ......................... ?d A r c e p l a n c p p r x p r u i p r i hy this h a n k r«r nistonrrji nM tn f t i r n ' s h ri"llnr nx- chanR". p x c l t i P i v p if a r c e p t a n c p K nf t h i s hsink p t i r r b a ^ M n r rfismuntert I n t p r p ? ! . mxpp. antl other expcnsrs acrniM anri u n p a i r l O i h r r I J n h i l i t i r s C a p i i n ! account: C!a?s A p r c f p r r r d s i n r k , 35t}(\ sharp;:, jvir S i n n . . , . . , Common slock. 3000 Chares, par ?i'in p r r s h a r p '."."."','."'.".'.'"". '.'.". Surplus U n d i v i d e d prof it.=~ net '.'. !. !.'.','.,".".'!.' ' Reserves for contingencies i'.....!!!!!!!!.'.,"!'.!!!".!!'.'...'.'...'.".",'..'..'..'',". TOTAL T.TABILTTIKP ~$~ : M E M O R A N D U M : Loan? nn f | i n v e s t m e n t s Pl^teM to Srrurp I inhi!i!!c! ' a n t e d States G o v e r n m e n t o h l l s a t i o n s . direct and or f n l l v c u n r a n t c c d s O t h e r bonds, .clocks, and secaritlos ' ..'.','.'." Loans anil tiipc'mnts TOTAL PLEDGRD ( p s c h i r i i n ? f d i s c D u n t s l , ,, . . . $ "0 r.S", p4 32 47.' ( So n o n e ' ( h i A c a i n s t S f n t ( c f A p a i n s t dep'.'S ro-itily. a n d m u n i c i p a l dcpn=it.« 27.Mfi.3n of trust d e p a r t m e n t s .'',117 so TOTAt, n.KDOEP ? 53 "HI 74- STATE OF I O W A , oiimr nf r r r t o r,«M«. ^ : 1, W. W. Royrj. r a j h i r r of t h - a h n v - n m n M b a n k , do solemnly swe.tr I h n t the above :talcmcnl IF t r u e to t h e rrM of my knn-.vkdse a n d h - l i r f . \V. \v. H O Y D . Cashier- Sworn to and subscribed before m? this i s t h da-,- n f M a r c h . 19.TV A. A:.' tIALSOn. ' x o t u r y P u h l i r . CORRECT-- A M r - ^ t ; U'. r,. r. B A G L E Y r. A. P A R K E R R. P. SMITH AUCTION SALE SALES PAVILION-CLEAR LAKE, IOWA Friday tytsrrh 981 Starting Promptly mudy, mdibis £U a t i-oo p. m. :)()() C'ATn.K--1 ( . 1 i r fat Heifers; i n i r f a t ( ' c m s ; 1 car fat Steers; KKI n a t i v e Stoclicr and Feeders; 2 A n g u s Bulls, full hlood. IS nio. old: Imlance Butcher Cattle, s p r i n g i n g Cous, Beef Bulls and Veal. KM)--HOfJS--Consisting of Brood Sows. Frrdinir F'i K s and few Roars. SO SHKEl"--Bred Kwrs and Keedinj; Ijimbs. HORSE SALE SAT. MARCH 21 Bring your Livestock to our Sale--Highest Prices Assured. Cleai* Lake A u c t i o n Co. PHONES .Vi'/ M "V M CLEAR LAKE, IOWA

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