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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 9, 1934
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IB MAY 9 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SEVENTEEN Use "Services Offered" Ads in Obtaining Your Help in Spring "Cleanup" Classified Advertising Information Fifteen centi a Une nrrt Insertion. Ten cents a lln« for eacn coniecuUvt mb- ·equent Insertion. (Count flva average worts to me Une.) Seven insertions ari given for tut price DIBIOJVI ADVEKT1S1NO to cents per column Incn eacb inseruun. A discount of 16 per cent will b« allowed on all classified advertisements paid for at th« tune of insertion or not latw tnao B days thereafter. No credit eltended 'for classified advertising « tnere Is an account thirty days old or more. Ml out-or-iovni am art payabl" to afl- ""^u' refunds on Want Ads must !« called tor within JO day. of tb. cancellation date Minimum caarn lor «ngl» advertlseawnt, * 5 ABBwa to "blind" advertisements must M addressed to tn» letter stated In the ad. care of the Globe-Gazette, Under no circumstances will the Ulobe-Gaiette reveil the norne of lbo« Inserting "blind" advertls.- "*'"*' PHONE 3800 Between ! a. m. and « p. m. and asu foi tli» Ad Taker. INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications are numbered according to the position 10 which they appear in the section. 29 Acreages A48 Apts. tor Rent .. 45 Amusements .... 7 Auto Accessories 8* Autos lor Sale .. 79 Auto Storage ...A79 A u t j Trucks ... 8u Auto Repairing . 81 Beauty Parlors . 18 Board. Room ... 4B Bonds ...A » Bldg, Materials . 43 Business L o c *· tion « Business Oppor- tunltiu C a f e a, Restaurants 17 Card of ThanHs 2 Chiropodists .... IS Chiropractors ... 14 Cleaners, Dyers . 18 Cottages ........A46 Death Notice* .. 1 Dogs, Birds. Pets 53 Educational Opportunities ... 40 Electrical Bervlci 63 Employment Service ..., A30 Farms for Sale . 50 Farms for Kent .A50 Farm Machinery 61 Florists * Foods A55 Funeral Directors a Furs -... Garage for Rent Garage for Sale Gardens Girts Help W a n t e d . With Inv. .... Help W a n t e d , Female ...... Help W a n t e d , Male M Help W a n t e d , Male, Female. .A38 Hide, Wool. Furs 78 Household Goods 73 Houses for Sal» 47 Houses tor Rent 46 instruction 39 Insurance 11 investment 10 la Memoriam . .A 2 Job Printing ... 2U Laundries .... Livestock tor Sale 52 Location Wanted 65 Lost and Found 8 Low tor Sale ... 48 Machinery ...... 54 Milk SW Mist for Sale .. 55 Misc. for Rent .. 56 Money to Loan 8 Mortgage* » Moving, Storage 23 -- · --- ----- sg 57 63 Musical Instr . ,, Nursery Stock . Offices for Rent Office EQUlpt. .. Osteopaths ..... Painting, Decor. Personals - - . » Photographers .. Plumbing, Htg- . Poultry. EBB" - Radio Supplies .. Keal Estate WW. 66 Rooms for - Rent 44 Sale or Tradt . A38 Sale or Rent ...A47 Salesladies Salesmen 35 Seeds. Feeds ... 28 Serv. Offered ...A33 Situation Wtd. .. 33 Stamps, Coins ..A7-* Stationery ...... 71 Stocks Summer Cottages 6' Swap Service . . . 3( Travel Bureau , A · Trade or Exch. . 42 UpholsterliiR Wtd. to Borrow 77 Wtd. to Buy ... 75 Wtd.. Mlsc A7,' Wtd. to Rent .. 76 Wearing Apparel 70 Death Notices 1 GLANVILLE, Thomas Roger, 73, died at his home, 104 River Heights drive, at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday morning from heart disease, following a month's illness. Funeral arrangements had not been completed Wednesday. The body win lie in state at the McAuley funeral home until the time of the services. The McAuley funeral home in charge. KEENAN, Mrs. Rita Pauline, 2S : died at the home of her parents Mr. and Airs. R. H. Moore, who reside two miles north of Mason City, · at 12:20 Wednesday noon, following a Hngeilig illness. Funeral services had not been completed Wednesday. The body was taken to the Meyer funeral home. Funeral Directors 3 Business Opportunities 29 MEYER FUNERAL HOME--Dependable service 243 Fiftb street 3. E. Ph. 1605. PATTERSON FUNERAL HOME-A service for those who care Ambulance. 322 N. Wash. Ph. 1140. RANDALL Funeral Home--Ambulance service. 104 3rd St. N. B. Ph 511. C. S. Enipps. H B. Major. Florists PHONE US today for flowers for MOTHER'S DAY. All kinds of fresh cut flowers anc plants. Kemble's Greenhouse. Ph. 55. SEND your mother flowers Sunday, May 13. Roses, special 99c doz. Johnston's Flowers. Ph. 223. Monuments A4 FOR SALE--Small cafe, priced to sell, good business. Terms. See Coffee Shop, GlenviJle, Minn. FOR SALE--Filling station doing good business in good town on paved highway. Write J-7, Globe- Gazette. Help Wanted, Female 31 WANTED--Girl for housework. 312 2 N. W. WANTED--Girl for general housework. 316 8 N. W. MARK every grave, wltn a monument from Mason City Cut Stone and Mon't Co., 504 N. Monroe 783. WANTED--Girl for general housework. Must go home nights. 932 N. Monroe. Help Wanted, Male 32 WANTElrj-^Slarried main "on farm. Middle age with no children pre- I - - - ~ ferred. Separate house. See me in person. Clarence Bachman, Klemnie. Personals A SPENCER Designed to elongate your figure takes inches off your hips. Ph. 3856. 119% E. State. Lost and Found LOST--Tank wagon hose. Ph 99. 426 4 S. W. LOST--Silver rim glasses in case at pi;nic grounds. Frankell Bridge, Fertile Iowa. Will pay a. reward. Phone 2443. Situation Wanted 33 EX-TEACHER wants work as wait- tress. Write R-8, Globe-Gazette. Services Offered A33 Autos ior Sale 79 X GUARANTEED USED CARS--PRICED TO SELL 1--1929 Ford Coupe. Clean. 1--1929 Chevrolet Coach. Perfect. 7--1928 Chevrolet Coupe. A good one. 1--1931 Studcbaker Sedan. Like new. 1--1928 Dodge Coupe. A buy. 1--1931 Hupmobllo Sedan. See this buy. 1--1928 Packard D. L. Sedan. A wonderful buy. 1--1928 Chevrolet Coach. A dandy. 1--1930 Whippet Coupe. Extra good. Dodge and Plymouth Dealer* Vi Block East of Hanford Hotel Houses for Rent 46 FOR RENT--$20 part. mod. 6 rm. ?35 mod. 5 rm. and sun porch. W. L. Fatten. 109 E. State. FOK KENT Five room modern bungalow, excellent condition, nicely furnished. Garage. $35. Immediate possession. A. M. SCHANKE * COMPANY Phone 1300 LAWN Mowers sharp. 75c. Ph. J696. WALL PAPER cleaning, wall washing. Patterson. Ph. 3055. Garden plowing. Dan King. 1S47J. Salesladies 34 Money to Loan 8 WANT--Saleslady. Style Shoppe. MONEY FOK ALL PURPOSES We mnlie cash loans up to $300 on your auto or furniture. Cars refinanced and payments reduced. HOME LOAM FINANCE CO. 2nd Floor I.O.F Bldg. Character Loans Low Cost, Easy to Pay Amount or Loan S1CIU sir/u S200 S300 S500 Weekly Payment for 50 weeks .. S 2 3 6 10 Male, Female Help A36 WANTED--Man and wife having part time work to look after apartment building during off hours in exchange for their rent, heat and water. Must be handy with paint brush and light repairs. See J. B. Youngblood, office Youngblood building. Swap Service 38 ROOM' 303 207'xt, North Federal Avenue Loans In Maaon ('It? only L O A N S $300.00 or Less for SCHOOL EXPENSES and Other Purposes Pine's offer a special loan service and will give special attention to applicants seeking loans for school expenses incident to this season. Anywhere in North Iowa. See, Phone or Write Without Obligation for Free Information. C. L. Pine Loan Company Diagonally Opposite 1st Nat. Bank 204 Weir Rldg., Mason City. Ph. 224 Money Today! Families keeping house who can repay monthly may borrow up t- SSOO to straighten out family budgets, pay past flue bills o- for emergencies. United Financial Service gives quick, private service, arranges monthly repayments to fit income, and figures cost onl" for actual days each dollar is kep'- Come in, write or pliine for informatin. United Financial Service 8 First St. N. W., First Door West of Adams Drug Co. Phone 1414 Insurance SAVE MONEY! Three times or less offering a "SWAP" costs nothing. Th" ad must have a Globe-Gazette "key" number and the advertiser will pay 10 cents for each reply. Replies are to be called tor at the Wand Ad counter. Regular rates will be charged for every line over 3 lines, besides 10 cents for eacb answer. SWAP--Sanitary couch foi what have you? Write MM.-8, Globe- Gazette. SWAP--Leather couch for good ba- Dy buggy. Write TT-8, Globe-Gazette. SWAP 29 and one-half ton Ford panel for good car. Write BB-S, Globe-Gazette. SWAP New 8 ft. split bamboo pole for second hand bicycle. Write KK-8, Globe-Gazette. Sale or Tra^e A38 FOB S.ALE OR TRADE--Tower pulverizer, pair horse clippers, horse power grinding machine, 7 coming 2 year old heifers. Mathers Son, Kockford, Iowa. Instruction 39 WANTED--Names men-women, 18 -50, wishing become government clerks. Early examinations expected. Start ?105-$125 month. Apply today for particulars and list positions. 25 coached free. Write K-2, Globe-Gazette. 11 Rooms for Rent 44 For Rent--Rm. gentleman. 1908LJ. MARTIN, Mrs. Edna L., 54, who resided on i rarm near Ventura, died at a Iccal hospital Tuesday morning: following a three weeks' illness. Funeral services will be held at the McAuley funeral home at 2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon. The Rev. David L. Kratz, pastor of the Church of Christ, will be in charge of the services. Burial will be in Elmwood cemetery. The McAuley funeral home in charge. Card of Thanks We wish to thank our friends and neighbors, the Northwestern Portland Cement plant and employes for their many kindnesses, expressions of sympathy and beautiful floral offerings extended to ug during the illness and at the death of iur beloved husband and father. Mrs. Frank A. Treanor and Sons. We wish to extend kindly thanks to our many neighbors and friends who so willingly lent a hand during our sad bereavement and when sympathy was most needed. We also thank the Rev. Mr. Lustad and for the many beautiful flowers which were brought for our belcved wife, mother, daughter and sister Verl L. Welsh and children, Richard Glenn, Beverly Jean and Mary Louise, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Stoiten- berg, Mrs. Martha Welsh. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Welsh. Mr. and Mrs. Harris Quern ud. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Rucker. On the cost of your Insurance. Your dwelling or furniture on a 5 year policy, full coverage, $11.80. On your car including Liability and Property Damage, one year, $11. Larger cars $13.50. Why pay more? OLESON INS. AGENCY Phone 1594 FOB RENT--Room, cheap for summer months. Write D-9, Clear Lake Globe-Gazette. Beauty Pariors 16 PERMANENT waves, S1.98, $2.50 and S3. Shampoo and finger wave 50c. Ph. 3011, call for Le Moderne Annex, 2121/2 N - Federal Ave. Painting, Decorating 24 GET Dan, the Paint Man. 2835W. PAPER'G., Paint'g. Klarr. 2163W. PAPER'Q., Paint'g. Stewart, 2436W. Seeds, Feeds 28 FOR SALE--Alfalfa hay by bale or ton. Cerro Gordo Farmers Co. FOR SALE--Yellow seed corn, Golden King and Pride of the North. Carroll Bros. Ph. 12F21. FOR SALE--Seed Corn, Golden Ring Standard for Northern ! Iowa; Golden Reid, new unproved variety; Mukc'-n an'l S- np.huo Soy Beans. l'/ 2 miles north and I'/j miles east of sugar plant. Phone 24FI3. Wm. McAr'hnr, Mason City, Iowa. Business Opportunities 29 FOR SALE--Casn or trade for light ear. Nice going poultry business. Reasonable. Mason Citv Poultry Store, 510 S. Federal. Ph. 1004. FOR RENT--2 unfurn. It. hskpg. rms. Pri. ent. Inq. 420 1 /2 E. State. FOR RENT--Rooms and one suite of three rooms. Jessie M. Etzel, Clear Lake. Phone 42. RENT YOUR HOME from Briar List your property with Briar Buy a home from Briar. Fa 3414. Cottages A46 FOR RENT--Cottage on Dodge's Point. Mra Dieterlen, Clear Lake. Houses for Sale 47 FOR SALE Six rooms, modern, hardwood finish and floors throughout, good location on paved street. Will consider used car or good lot as first payment. A. M. SCHANKE COMPANY Phone 1300 Foods A55 FOR SALE--inne strong homegrown vegetable plants. All kinds. Kembel's Greenhouse Phone 55. FOR SALE--Tomato and cabbage plants. 923 N. Polk. Ph. 33S6. FOJl SALE -- Dunlap strawberry plants, GOc per 100. Floyd Ward, 3 mi. east of Clear Lake on Highway JOG. Phone 20F6. FOK SALE--Potatoes, very good Cohblers $1.25 bag: peck 25c| carload Northern potatoes at $1.55 hag. Pop corn, sure pop, 8 Ibs. 25c Cabbage, 8 Ibs. 25c. Gladioli bulbs 50 for 25c. Golden Bantam sweet corn 14c Ib. Apples, 5 Ibs. 25c. Cab bage, tomato plants, 2 doz. 2oc Earls Fruit Market, 1603 South Federal, 1100 North Federal and Nora Springs. FOK SALE--Seed potatoes, firs year Early Ohios and Cobblers grown from Itcd river Valley North Dakota certified seed, 90c per bu Good table potatoes, 70c per bu. without bags. T. O. Bye Sons, I / 4 miles northwest Hanlontown, Iowa Autos for Sale 79 USED CARS ALL SLAKES AND MODELS We Trade--Easy Terms Open Evenings for Your Convenience Come in and Look Them Over '33 Chev. Special Sedan '30 Ford Std. Cpe. '32 Chev. Std. Coupe 'S3 Chevrolet Town Sedan '32 Chevrolet Coach '31 Chev. De Luxe Cpe. 'SI Chevrolet Sedan '32 Ford V-8 Sedan '32 Essex Pacemaker Sedan '32 Willys Club Sedan '29 Packard Spl. Sedan '30 Ford Coach '28 Chevrolet 4-cyI. Sedan '26 Chevrolet Coach '33 Chevrolet Long Dual Truck '33 Ford Long Dual Truck '28 International Truck ·28 Dodse 1-ton Panel '31 Willys 6 Sedan 2 Model T Coupes eubdlvlslcm of the South Half or Section Time (3) In Township Ninety-nil (80) North, lunge Twenty (20) Weat of the 5th ?. SI. Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, as shown tiy plat recorded In the office of the County recorder of Cerro Gordo County. Iowa. In Book 3 page 265; that the plaintiff and her Rrantora have been In trie uninterrupted, actual, open, notorious, exclusive and adverse occupancy and possession o/ jald land under color of title and claim of ownership of same for more than ten years (rora the time of taking such possession, and pray« that the title to the land hereinbefore described be established and confirmed in plaintiff against the adverse claims of the defendants, both known and unknown, and all persons claiming by, through or under them or either of them, and that It be ordered and adjudged that the said defendants, both known and unknown, and oath of them be forever barred and foreclosed from having or claiming any Interest In said land or any portion, part or parcel thereof adverse to the estate and title of plaintiff, and for such other and further relief as may be equitable in the premises and for costs. For further particulars see petition now on file. Now. unless you appear thereto and de- .fend on or before noon of the second day of the June 1934 term of the said court to be held at Mason City. Iowa. In said county commencing on June 4, 1831. default will be entered against you and Judgment rendered thereon m accordance with the prayer of said petition. W. A, WESTFALU Attorney for Plaintiff. Coinpaey, Inc. MASON CITY, IOWA North Iowa's Leading Automobile Dealer Acreage A48 SEE SOME of those 2 and 3 acre tracts that will provide all your eats and still allow you to work in town. You can get them on easy terms. Call or see either J. B. Youngblood, Phone 36, or Beck Bros. Co., Phone 134, selling agents. Farms for Sale 50 FOR SALE--Improved 257 acre farm located seven miles northeast of Rudd, Iowa. NfrH4NWVi; SW'ANW'i Sec. 3-96-17; SW'i 3497-17. This land is owned by the receiver of the Chicago Joint Stock Land Bank. Write C. A. Cuttell, Fieldman, New Hampton, Iowa. FOR FARM Bargains see T. Gilpin, Northwood, Iowa. W. Farm Machinery 51 FOR SALE--Good machinery. 2 Hayes corn planters. 5 2-ro\v cultivators. 4 1-row cultivators. 1 10- ft. John Deere disc. 2 Fordson tractors just overhauled. Rudd Implement Co., Uudd, Iowa. Misc. for Rent 56 WANTED--Cattle to pasture. Ph. Edward Wltte. 9 on 3, Rockwell. FOR RENT--Trailer. Ph. 831. 620 S. Fed. Musical Instr. 58 H H H H H USED CAR CENTS This remark is so often heard In the used car lot in showing a customer a real clean cur, "Too much money." Did you ever realize good tires, good motor, all add to keep down the running expense of your transportation ? Don't be foolish and stop for $50 on a real one. The average price only sets the price of the fair one with the good. So use good judgment. Repair bills are costly. Buy an automobile, not a klunk. A Safe place to trade. Have a good modern bungalow for rent. " GILDNEUS HUFMOBILE SALES and SERVICE JO 4th N. E. Ph. 488 NOTICE OI P THE APPOINTMENT OF KXKCUTOR STATE OF IOWA. Cerro Gordo County, ss. No. 4515 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the uiidtfrslRnetl 1ms been duly appointed and qunlilled as Kxecutor of the entate and Foreign will of Edward C. McWelhy, deceased, Inte of DcKalb County, Illinois. All persons Indebted to nald estate arc requested to make Immediate payment: and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for lownncc. and rile In the office of the lerk of the District court. DANIEL V. McWETHY. W. A. Wcstfall. Attorney, alctl May 7th. 1934. S. H. MacPeak, Clerk District Court. By--Margaret Rlley. Deputy. NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR TATE OF IOWA. Cerro Gordo County, SB. No. 4303 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the iderslRiied has been duly appointed and ualttler! as Executor of the state of D. Mason, deceased, late of Cerro Gordo ounty. All persons indebted to said estale re requested to make Immediate payment; nd those having claims against the same -111 present them, duly authenticated, to undersigned for allowance, and file In he o f f i c e of the clerk of the District Court. , W. Stubbs. J. C. Robinson, Attorneys. Dated April 23rd, 1934. H. MacPEAK, Clerk District Court. By--Margaret Illley, Deputy. FOR SALE--Piano. $10. Ph- 2625. FOR SALE--Upright piano, cheap. Iraq. 225 9 N. W. FOR SALE--Upright piano in first class condition. 24 S. Virginia. Office Equipt. 64 FOR SALE--Adding mach. 1314J. Household Goods 73 FOR SALE--Gas stove. Ph. 1399. FOR SALE--Kitch. cabinet. 2S74J. FOK SALE--9x1.2 rug, large baby's bed and mattress, drapes, other household goods. 309 S. 2nd. 'Ph. 204J, Clear Lake. FOR SALE--Coal range. Ph. 3079J. FOH SALE--World Champion Moline Corn Planters, checked 1,083 hills without missing ^ single kernel. While they last, cash price, S65.00. FARMERS CO-OPERATIVE CO., Clear Lake, Iowa. ROR RENT--Rooms, close in for girls. Ph. 1891. BARGAINS 12 2-row cultivators, mostly like new 1 single-row cultivator, John Deere, like new 3 JlcCormick mowers 2 corn planters, good 2 manure spreaders 1 corn binder, McCormick 2 10-ft. discs 1 8-ft. tandem disc 1 high wheeled wide tire wagon 3 Fordsons, cheap 1 Fordson plow, cheap 4 gang plows, cheap 1 3-bottom John Deere plow ] 15-30 McCormick-Deering tractor, all rebuilt, like new Some horses for sale cheap. Good brood sows Terms to responsible parties CLEAR LAKE GRAIN CO. Clear Lake MASON CITY IMPLEMENT CO- Mason City FOR SALE---Duof old $3.50; oil stoves, gas stoves and pressure stoves. New and used S2 and up. Dining room and kitchen tanles $1.50 and up, ice boxes and lawn mowers $2.50 and up. B. O. Exchange. 1408 N. Federal. FOR SALE--Chifferole, also baby's play pen reas. Phone 2305L-W. FOB RENT--2 or 3 clean, nicely fu -ished rooms, first floor, private entrance. Everything furnished, call at 109 9th N. E. after 6 p. m. FOR RENT--Furn. light housekeeping rooms. 211 1 S. W. FOR KENT--2 furn. hskpg. rms. with slpg. porch. 210 N. Adams. FOR RENT--Hg. rms. 410 N. Ad. Apts. for Rent 45 FOR RENT--Unfum. apt. 14 5 N.E. FOR RENT--3 rm. furn. apt. and pri. bath. No children. 4:20 9 N. W. Poultry, Eggs 74 FOR SALE Giant Bronze Turkey Eggs--Pen 1, 20c each; pen 2, lOc each. W. Z. Dutton, Clear Lake Iowa Phone Winter Bros., 26F4, Mason City BABY CHICKS--Order now for June delivery. We will set only for orders placed in advance. All chicks from carefully culled flocks. Ask about our Leghorns before ordering elsewhere. All chicks will be carefully graded. Lower prices for June delivery. Compliance No. 768. Balluff Thorpe Hatchery, Clarion, Iowa. Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 FOR SALE--Rabbits 620 S. Jackson. reasonable. FOR SALE--Reg. Boston Terrior Male dog, 1315 4th S. E. Misc. for Sale 55 FOR SALE--BlacK dirt. Ph. 2190W. B I C Y C L E S Supplies, Tires and Repairs for all Bicycles, Wagons, Tricycles, Scooters, Etc. FOR RENT--Daly furn. apt. 1729.1 LINDQUIS I b Wanted to Buy 75 WANTED TO BUT--Used bicycle. Floyd Chisel, Clear Lake. Ph. 171. WANTED TO BUY -- 100 pigs weighing 40 to GO pounds. Inquire Charles Rohr, Log Cabin Oil Co. WANTED--Good pipeless furnace. Write 0-3, Globe-Gazette. WANTED Four row beet planter and cultivator. J. P. Hanson, Otranto, Iowa HIGHEST casn prices paid tor old gold watch cases, dental scrap. Blanchard's Jewelry. FOR RENT--Furn. 2 rm. apt., close in. Ph. 1903. FOR RENT--Furn. 3 rm. modern apt. 403 5 S. E. 620 S. Federal Phone 831 FOR RENT--Mod. furn. apt. 1st fl. Pri. ent. Adults. 103 N. Perm. FOR RENT--3 rms. and bath furn. apt. reasonable. Call 210. FOR RENT--Apts., furn. or unfurn. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. Houses for Rent 46 FOR RENT--4 rm. mod. duplex S15. West side. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. For Sale-- Porch screens. Ph. 165G. HEAVY MATS SIZE 2cEACH The Dry Mats are excellent for lining garages, chicken houses, coal bins, cellars, cabin walls, weatherboarding. sound proofing or Insulation. Not suited for outside surfacing or drawing use. We have over 500 which may be bought for only 'i cents each. Call Business Office, Globe-Gazette. Autos for Sale 79 WANTED--To sell credit on new Chev. Car, big discount. 407 2 NE. Highest Value! USED C A R S Lowest Prices! BE SURE AND SEE OUR DSED CARS BEFORE VOU BUY We have a large assortment ol Trucks and Passenger Cars of nil makes. Every car is in /\-J condition and sold on 50 und 50 guarantee 90 days. TRUCKS 1933 Ford Truck. Priced to sell 1932 Chev. Truck. Priced to sell 1931 Ford Truck. Priced to sell 1930 Chev. Truck. Priced to sell 1932 Ford "Panel. Priced to sell 1930 Ford Panel. Priced to sell 1933 V-8 Ford Coach. Loiv mileag 1B32 V-8 Ford Coupe 1929 Chev. Coach. Extra clean "WAGNER SERVICE PAYS" We will drain and refill transmission and rear axle with correct grade of gear oil to meet summer driving requirements. MODEL A $ .75 V-8 1.00 This includes lubricant. WAGNER MOTOR CO. FORD SALES AOAH NUMSKUU. fffiJSH A oovvi. * , *7W DO POETS SET uoFTY IDEAS FROM U)V)N6 I Al-S EN BUItft , COL.O. DEAR, NOAtt = IF CALIFORNIA rVAS NO SNOW), HOW DOES THE PACIFIC COAST? ROBT CUMMINSS, t-OUI5Vll_Le,KV DEAR NOAM-" DO GRASSHOPPERS PlAV CRICKET L.1KE KATYDIp . , MtNN. SEND IN -foora. IDEAS TO NOAH- Auto Trucks 80 FOR SALE -- 1932 International model A-3, 136 inch wlieelbase. single tires. International Motor Trucks. Ph. 2f. Nieman New Deputy State Fire Marshal DES MOINES, May 9. (/B--Frank Nieman of Avoca has been appointed deputy state fire marshal to succeed the late Fred Scharfenberg, State Fire Marsha! John W. Strohm said today. Scharfenberg died last week after a long illness. Nieman previously has served on the state board of parole and with the state department of investigation. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF THE APPO«NTMET OK EXECL'TKIX STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Uordo County, ss. · No. 4505 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that trw undcrslpned has been duly appointed and ruiaUfteil a." Executrix of the estate of August Gutli, deceased, late of Cerro Oordo County. AM persons Indebted to said esutc arc requested to make immediate payment: and those bavins claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undcrsicned for allowance, and file in the oiflci* of the Clerk of the District Court AUGUSTA GUTH 7. C. Robinson. Attorney. Dated April 30t1i. 1934. S. H. MacPeak. Clerk District Court- By--Marcaret Hi ley. Deputy. ORIGINAL NOTICE COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Tor (he Month «t April, 1034. COUNCIL CHAMBER, APRIL 2, 1834. Regular mcctins of the City Council ^ouncllrtmn Olson absent. This being the first meeting of the Coun- ;tl for the municipal year. John J. Burns n-ns chogen Chairman and A c t f n p Mayor. Mr. F, K. PruHton. resident cnRincer for he Iowa State Highway Commission, was rnscnt to nuk that the City Council estab- ish the prade on primary road No. 63, with- the CUy limits, beginning at the north Clt-y limits, and extending southeasterly approximately ,37 mile. In accordance with he plans submitted tint! Rpsolutlon No. 21B2 ipprovlng same was presented and ap- i roved. Ordinance No. 231. amending portions o: the Beer Ordinance to conform with thi present statutes, was presented, read ant passed on its Ilrst reading. The rules wer dispensed with and the ordinance passed 01 Its second and Ilnal reading and adopted. Ordinance No, 282. an ordinance amend Ing the ordinance relative to Sunday oper atlon at bowling alleys, was presented, rea and passed on its first- reading. The ruli were dispensed with and the ordinance wa passed on Its second and final reading an adopted. The matter of permitting farmers or producers to sell meat, etc., without inspec tion was discussed. The matter was ref tu Manager Crofoot to confer with the he.ill officer and the meat dispensers of the Cft on bow best to handle the situation, A petition from Frank J. Kopachc, ask ing that the classification of Lot 21. Bloc IS. College Addition be changed from C!as "A" to Class "D" to permit of the erec tion and Operation of R grocery store the above described property was presente by his attorney?, FlUpatrick and Barlow The petition was referred to the City Plan nlng Commission. There being a number of applications Io renewal of beer permits on file, action the same was deferred to April t6. and th City Manager and Chief of Police were canvass the permits and report at that meeting. CITY HALL, APRIL 16, 193* Regular adjourned meeting of the City Council Laird and Pagenhart absent. Mr. B, A. Webster was present regarding possible financial assistance In ttie Improvement and equipment of the airport. The Iowa State Emergency Relief Committee and Civil Works Administration having agreed to furnish the necessary material* and labor for said Improvement. Wr. Webster asked that, In event that the Relief Committee and CWA IB unable to obtain and furnish nkllled labor for the construction of the hangar, the City will hire cuch Allied labor at an expense of not exceed- g $2.000. Resolution No. 2163 authorizing e said expenditure by the City -was pre- inted and approved. The resignation of W. S. Wllcox as * ember of the Board of Review was prc- nted. Mayor Burns announced the ap- olntmerit o'f Allan F. Beck, W. J. ITola- an and B. A. Webster as Board ot Review, he appointments were approved by the ouncll. Mayor Burns submitted the appointment. t Mrs. C- A. Parker as a member ol th« oard of Library Trustees, for the f i v e year erm ending April, 1830, to succeed MM. . S. C. Andrlck, whose term had expired, he appointment was approved. The Council than proceeded r;lth the can- as of the applications, Mr. Patton, Polica hlcf placing his OK on those against whom o complaint* had b«en made. Twenty-two B" permits and fourteen "C" permits were ranted. Action on the remaining applications on Me was deferred until a later date to en- ble Chief Patton to Investigate the appli- atlons further. Council adojurned to 8 A, M., April 19, 1P34. CITY HALL, APRIL 19, 1S3* Regular adjourned meeting of the City Council. CouniMlmen Laird and Pagcnharl -bsent. The meeting being held for the purpose of leitrfnj; the report, of Chief of Police, Mr. s atton, on the applications for beer permits which had previously been referred, the City Manager, Mr. Crofoot, Mr. Patton reported favorably on four "B" permits and three "C" permits. The same, were granted and ordered Issued. CITY HALL, APRtL 20. 1934 Special meeting of the City Council, at the call of two Councllmen. Absent, Councilman Pagenhart, Manager Crofoot and Solicitor Dibble. The Mayor stated the meeting was called, to act on the later report of Chlaf ol Police; Mr. Pat-ton, on applications for permits for the sale of beer. Mr. Patton re- ported favorably on eleven "B" pertnitn and. one "C" permit. The same were ordered issued. The Chief of Police was Instructed to strictly enforce all Uie ordinances governing the sale of beer and the conduct of their business under the permits granted. CITY HALL, APRtL 25. 1934 Special meeting of the City Council at the call of two councllmen. Councilman Pagenhart absent, The meeUnK was called for the purpose of t a k i n g action on applications for the renewal of beer permits, heretofore filed, but on which action had been deferred. pending investigation. It was decided that the applicants for beer permits on file, (that is renewals), and not acted upon, be permitted to operate on tlielr old permit, pending definite action at the next regular meeting on May 7, 193-1. J. H. McEW'EN, City Cleric, FINANCIAL STATEMENT TIT OF MASON CITV CASH ACCOUNTS Mny 1. 1D34 Cash on Hnncl in Bond Funds A p r i l 1, 1934 ,.. Cash on Hand in Oilier Funds April 1. 1934 Receipts for April: Police Department--Finer and Fees -- t Police Department--Licenses * Engineer's Services , , . . . . , . . . . , , . . · Building Permits Inspections · DOR Licenses · --·· Beer Permits and Inspections Laboratory Fees Plumbers' Renewal Ca^ds Compensation Insurance P.efunded . - 9.60 Damage to Lipht Post -- ··· 10, no Milk Producers' Permits 309.DO Deposits--Firemen and Policemen , · 5-1.43 Library--Fines and Fees ,,..,- "fi.r.n Li bran---Interest on Securities ., 25,'i.' 0 Sale of Water 7,410.09 Sale of Meters, Services., etc. · 411.3S Work for Other Dcpts - ll «f^'^ Poll Taxes 137.25 1,068.90 7,00 43.00 4 9 - 7 3 204.00 4, 16-00 2»i,95 5,00 ? 2, 685. OB 26,355-Si Taxes Total Receipts . . Expenditures for April: Salaries and Wapcs . . . . . . Telephone and Telegrams Office Supplies New Equipment Miscellaneous SO.161.05 G E N E R A L GOVERNMENT 3S.24 131.-10 315.60 66.44 PROTECTION OF LIFE AND PROPERTY Police Department · .5 3.S37.66 Fire Department 3.104.01 Miscellaneous · * -JO.UU HEALTH AND SANITATION OenenU Expense Sewape Disposal and Sewers Garbage Disposal and Collections STREETS Street Lighting Street Cleaning .- · · Parkings * Street Maintenance Rock Quarry Motor Equipment Repairs and Supplies , New Equipment · · · · KcmovlnR Snow and Ice _- · Repairing Paving ' Rcpairinp Bridges 1 Miscellaneous · 619-. r '2 2,155.13 4SS.98 1.976.01 47ti.rt7 709.83 292.45 1.225.OS 037.62 000.00 32f.20 20.o7 14.09 22S.S2 WATERWORKS S.ilnri^s and Wages Material \Vcil No. 7 Material ........... . - FOR SALE--New Chev. §25 discount, Never been driven. Bill Dorr, owner, care Shell Station. 1st St. and S. Wash. FOK SALE--1930 Chevrolet coach, A-l condition, 22,000 mi., £ 00(1 buy for -ash. Write E-9, Globe-Gazette, Clear Lake. FOR SALE 1933 Plymouth De Luxe Coach. Low mileage. Perfect shape. PH. 3483W FOR SALE--1931 Ford coach model A in jrood cond. Pn. 3391W. In ll»p Ilistrlct ( ourt nf tiif Slate nf ! in and for Orro Gurrto County. M.iry Wise. Plaintiff vs. John K, Neil, ct at. Defendant. TII tlntin E. »M. Or" IP Anderson. A hoi A n - derson, Uornlcc Tolson Shepherd Van liru.iha. Course Van Praska. .AlfHrnitlr. Mae Tolson Current, and any and nil im- knoivn claimants to any ricbt, Htlc amt interest In and to thr fnllmvltii; drscriiK-il r«-nl i-jilaif to-wll: Lit Tlircp (3) In Auditor'* Kepliit of Ixt Four M l In the subdivision of the South Ilnlf of Sertlun Three (3) In Township Mnpry-slt (%) North. UIUIKC Twenty (20) VVfst of the 5th P. M. In Cerro Oordo County, louii, Dclcmlanls: You and f.icn of you are hereby n o t i f i e d that there is now «i f i l e in t h e o f f i c e nf the- Cterk of the District Court of Cerro Gord'i C u u n t v , IOV.-H, Ihc petition of Mnry Wise, P l r i l m i f f n f " r * s s i f l . clrum'.n^ t h a t slic is the owner in fo« simple of L"t Three ) 3 i in Auditor's Kcplat of Lot Four 4 j in thr I Fuel insurance . Power and I.iy Phone Service Miscellaneous Part Municipal Band .... Com f'n't Station .. Library Interest on Bonds Bonds Paid 181.72 9.48 11.10 Attorney's Fees Welfare Department Emergency llclief Committee Public Works Compensation Insurance Refund Water Main Assessments ....... Cash nn Hand in Bond Funds May 1. 1M-1 Cash en Hand in Other Funds May 1. H'S* INDEPENDENT FUNDS MISCELLANEOUS 2.113.02 3.1B1.2JS ; 12.510.13 72.995.50 E. MACK, City Auditor.

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