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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 1, 1929, Mason City, Iowa FOUR SECURITY HAS ON HAND This Will Be Paid Out in Dividend Checks Within Few Days A total of is the amount of cash on hand in the Security National bank according to the quarterly statement of E F Rorebeck receiver Out of this fund will oe paid the 10 per cent dividend announced sev eral days ago by Mr Rorebeck checks for which will be here in a few days This dividend which will total will be the fifth issued by the receivership and will bring the total amount paid by the bank to 80 per cent Following is Mr Rorebecks state ment in detail Assets Bills receivable 597714953 Cash on hand 3124323 Assets other than bills receivable and cash on band 30167797 Additional assets ac quired 1505321 Stock assessment 10000000 Farmers Reorganize Four County Project Total of all assets com ine into hands of the Remaining Assets tJncollected Bills receivable 19080135 Assets other than bills receivable 5415930 Additional assets ac quired 58629J Stock assessment 1735788 MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE MONDAY APRITJ 11929 I one he says has proven to be so ef ficient that it has been Impossible to show ample room for improve ment by referring to records from other farms As a result members of the four county study are improving their efficiency at a tremendous rate fields are being enlarged rotations changed soils improved and live stock plans revamped Moshcr finds 5t far more convincing for a farmer to compare his results with those of other farmers than to make the comparison with some demon stration field or some ideal situa tion worked out on paper or on a state I arm Rum Dealings Blamed for Miners Deaths WILSONVILLE 111 April 1 UP rivalry was advanced by county authorities today as a motive for the slayings here yesterday aft ernoon of Prank Hines 28 and his brotherinlaw Smith Tucker 27 Wilsonville miners The two men were shot to death as they drove into Wilsonville by an automobile load of men Friends Surprise Calmar Residents on Anniversaries CALMAR April of Calmars elderly Sadies were sur prised laat week the occasion be ing their birthdays Nearly 20 friends helped Mrs Ingeborg Johnson celebrate her eighty fifth birthday Mrs T W Hazle ton celebrated her eightyseventh birthday on Wednesday and friends called to congratulate her Both ladies are in fair health and are able to perform their daily duties Prof H C 51 Case left and M IA Mosher who head personal service organization ot farmers in four Illinois counties Tin or ganization was revamped in 1029 to analyze tho efficiency of 408 members Total assets uncollected 26818448 Liabilities Total claims proven on unsecured liabilities 75951678 Total unproven unsecured claims 1153596 additional liabilities proven 797395 Total of all liabilities 577902670 Total dividends paidto date 54197650 Cash on hand 8617778 Silence Reigns in Police Court After Quiet WeekEnd It may iave been the snow that put a damper on the lawless activ ities In the city over the weekend Whatewer the cause Judge Lowell I Forbes enjoyed a brief vacation from the usual heavy Monday morning police docket Only oneoffender appeared in cofTand probably the reason he to answer to a chargeof Vaatlon was because he had Wstained in the municipal bas H F Ashmore was fined five days as the guest of 3 Bounty Oshn Odegara forfeited a bond of when he failed to appear in ans er to an intoxication charge Ralph Lee forfeited a bond of 5 on a speeding charge BLOOMINGTON 111 an alyze the personal efficiency of its members the Four County farm bureaufarm management project instituted by farmers of McLean Tazewell Woodford and Livingston counties five years ago has been re organized for a threeyear term Its purpose is to show its mem bers wherein they are losing or making money by comparing their work with that of their neighbors and by the same comparison to in dicate wherein a change of meth ods or crops will increase farm pro fits The project Is an outgrowth of Illinois widely adopted practice of farm accountancy wherein individu al records are analyzed each year and compared to averages for the most profitable groups of farms It started in 1925 when 200 favm ers in the four counties financing the study decided they must have ess generalities and more per sonal service Each wanted his own particular farm analyzed and signed a contract to pay the additional cost Prof H C M Case and M L Mosher of the University of Ili lois college of agriculture were se lected to direct the work At the end of the first three years it was found that 35 of the 200 farms earned 3000 more per year Fire Results From Jug of Gasoline and Oil Heater Fire resulting when a Jug of gas oline overflowed near an oil heater caused a damage of to a Dodge sedan owned by R L Batchelor 924 North Delaware avenue Sunday at 10 a m The fire resulted when Mr Batchelor was siphoning gas oline from the tank of the sedan to the jug A Ford roadster in the same garage was not damaged Mason City Man to Be Guest at Convention Walter J Walker manager of the local branch of the Mutual Life Insurance company of New York Is one of the four men from Iowa who will be guests of the company at the Quarter Million club conven tion to be held in the BookCadillac hotel at Detroit May 23 and 24 In earning this trip it is necessary to have written and paid for at least 5250000 worth of insurance from April 1 1928 to April 1 1929 Oth er persons from Iowa who will make the trip are J E Whalon Eagle Grove Ray Linabury Des Moines and Carrie M Bell DCS Moines Clarion Has Funeral for L P JoHnsbn CLARION April services for L P Johnson propri etor of the Clarion Roller mills Were held here Friday and Inter ment made in Clarion cemetery Mr Johnson wag the victim of a Wood clot in the leg NOTICE The annual meeting of the stock Holders of the Mason City Building Loan Assn will be held at its Wice with Beck Bros Co Kresge Bftjgr April 11 1829 at p m ALLAN F BECK Secretary The barber says unfortunately people who believe all they hear usually have excellent Waterloo Tribune Bladder Weakness If Bladder Weakness Getting Up lights Backache Burning or Itch ng Sensation leg or groin pains nake you feel old tired pepless ind worn out why not make the 48 Hour Test Dont give ip Get Cyst ex today at acy drug tore Put it to a 48 hour test loney back if you dont soon feel ke new full of pep sleep well with ains alleviated Try Cystex today nly 60c did another group ol 35 altho there was practically no difference in valuation of equipment of the property The men 011 the most profitable farms liad fields jalf again as big as the average ields Sixtyfive to 80 per cent of their and was In high profit corn winter wheat alfalfa and sweet clover They had not more than 20 to 35 per cent of the lane in oats timothy bluegrass common clover soy beans spring wheat or barley Better soil management better seed better preparation of commodities for market more live stock and better efficiency in feed ing and livestock sanitation were among the features that explained the difference in earnings For the next three years the farmers now financing the analyti cal study will receive individual let ters and visits each getting his own farm efficiency compared to the others Personal reports will con tain four columns of figures one for the group average one for the one fifth most profitable farms and one for the onefifth least profitable farms Twenty departments of the farm will be considered and effi ciency in each reported separately Moaher says it has been the exper ience of the project that no one farm er ever has placed at the top in all divisions of farm efficiency Not Business Firms Hold Moving Day at Clarion CLARION April la moving day for a number of Clarion business firms The Lowden Plumb ing company will move to the Tabor building E S Wiibelm has leased the building vacted by Mr Lowden and will house his new shoe stock there Henry Thompson will move his tin shop to the Stanberry build ing while the Indoor Archery range will move to the Steivart building from the Stanbery block Clarion Man Gets Contract CLARION April C Mayer local contractor has been awarded the contract for the erection of a new 530000 brick library building for the city of Oelwein DR C R SMITH Chiropractor East State MJNDBERG SALESLADY WEDS AT ALBERT LEA Friends here have learned of the marriage of Miss Maude Hunter saleslady at the D K Lundberg and company store at Albert Lea to William Damman athletic direc tor at the Albert Lea high school in a ceremony performed at the First Lutheran church Easter Sun day A wedding dinner was servec in the new Spanish room of the Hotel Albert following the cere mony LEVIATHANS MAIL ROBBED Registered Packages Taken Out of Pouch on Board Vessel LONDON April 1 steamship Leviathans mail has suf fered from thieves again When the mail for the ship from London arrived at Southampton Sat urday morning one of the registered mail hags was found to have heen slit open and a small package taken The exact description could not be obtained It was reported also that sev eral registered letters were taken Some said the package taken was consigned from a London diamond merchant to a firm in Bogota Co lombia It was assumed the theft took place in London Bonds jewelry and money estimated in some advices at to 500009 but said by the government to be not more than were stolen from the mall of the Leviathan while it was at sea between New York and Southamp ton and Cherbourg last June There were three arrests two of them members of the crew Implement Sale Attracts CrowJ RUDD April Rudd im plement auction sale which was iield on the vacant lots south of the Rudd Lumber company Saturday attracted a large number of people and bidding was very competitive A large amount of used farm ma chinery was sold Keyes Dixieland Orchestra to Play for Monday Dance Ray Keyes and his Dixieland En tertainers of Albert Lea arrived in Mason City Monday to play for the American Legion drum corps dance at the Armory Monday night The orchestra Is well known to ra dio listeners thruout the midwest having broadcast programs from WKBH and WTAM There are eight pieces in the dance band the members of which also provide vo cal numbers and entertainment Nashua Fire Does No Damage NASHUA April flre company was called to the home of Ray Lathrop Sunday morning whero the chimney hurning out caused a small blaze The wall paper caught fire around the hole in the chimney where the pipe entered but not much damage was done Yes I Know but it would bo still more beautiful if it came from Kay Scney FLUGRIP Check before it ttarta Rub VICKS GREAT RESULTS FROM COMPOUND Read How This Medicine Helped This Woman Brainerd read about Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound in a newt paper and I have got great results from ita tonio action at tho Change of Life Before I took ib I was nervous and at times I too weak to do my work I was this way about a year Bub now I do all my housework and do chores outsida also I must say that Lydia E Pink Jiams Vegetable Compound has dona wondera for ma and no woman should ba without it I euro can speak s good word for JIM B R 7 Brainerd Minnesota TRY OUR REGULAR 40c MEALS SPECIAL SUNDAY CHICKEN DINNER Lunch here after the theater or ilanco Princess Cafe 113 NO FEDERAL Ranges as low as TUDOR PLATE UDGET SALE Only with contents of 29 pieces Stainless Knives First Showing of New Model Moores Ranges Liberal Allowance For Old Stoves I This Week Only You pay only for the contents this beautiful colormode chest is free OUR BUDGET PLAN You pay clown and a week No extra charge for this fay our regular cash frim only 29 Piece Duo Service Tray Shopping List SPOONS Tea I i Coffee 5O Clock Tea Table I Bouillon or Conwram IcefTeiorlcnlDrinV Or loge or Grape Erase Berry or Serviog Shopping List COLORMODE CHESTS vili Emlftitt Unfit Sltinliti with 14 firm i I 3100 Vapo Seal Cooker With Any Moores Gas Range Again we demonstrate the fact that here you always get the best value for your money by offering a Mirro Vapo Seal Cooker Free with each Moores Gas Range purchased this week together with an allow ance on your old stove Come in this week and find out how a Moores Range can assist in your daily home work and why it is the better gas range CurrieVan Ness Co MAINTAINED BY MERIT Phone 17 11 North Federal Ave Double Duty Economy Burners marvelous new MOORE develop ment especially adapted to waterless cooking method that is finding such favor with all modern housewives Moores Ranges Equipped With Thermostatic Oven Control Only 00 Down Then pay the balance over a period of twelve months This payment plan makes the monthly payments exceptionally small 10 Quart MIRRO VapoSeal Cooker FREE This utensil makes it pos sible to cook a whole meal at a time Saves food so that all the food elements are re food bills be cause cheaper cuts of meat can be used CurrieVan Ness Co MAINTAINED BY MERIT 11 North Federal Ave Phone 17
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