The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 2, 1931 · Page 8
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, February 2, 1931
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 2 1931 RUDD MAN HURT AS TREE FALLS Sewke Drags Self to Help After Consciousness Is Recovered. RUDD, Feb. 2.--Knocked to the ground unconscious by a falling tree, John Sewke, for many years a resident in this vicinity, later recovered consciousness Saturday and dragged himself for a long distance on the ground before attracting help. He received cuts ' on ' face, bruises on his shoulders and also suffered from exposure. The accident occurred while he was chopping wood on his farm . near here. A tree which he had previously felled was lodged in a tree he was cutting when both trees crashed to the ground. Altho ha was not certain of the passage of time, he believed he was unconscious on the ground for some time. Ho pulled himself from stump to stump until ha reached the road- Then he attracted the attention of 1 Mr. Frewert, who was working in a field. Treatment was given him. The exact extent of his injuries has not been determined. Payment by Winnebago State Bank Is Ordered FOREST CITY, Feb. 2.--J. M. Slosson, examiner in charge of the receivership of. the Winnebago county State bank, has been granted a court order authorizing him to make a 10 per cent payment to creditors of the bank. This will bring the total payments up to 75 per cent of the total amount due. *Every Simple Gone! Skin cJcar, s m o o t h and velvety again as nature Intended it to be. She did it by daily cleansing with Resinol Soap and tegular application of healing Resinol Ointment. If your skin is faulty, start the Resinol treatment today and watch y o u r complexion improve. Sold by your druSSist. Write for free eamplc to Resluol ,Dept. 67,' Baltq.,ifd. Resinol BETTER BUSINESS press rhoto James A. Farrell, president of tho United States Steel corporation, suys evidence has developed in the last 30 days that shows the worst of the business depression is over. Congress might turn the drought aid problem over to Judge Clark.-- Nqiv York Evening Post. THE FINEST CAS RANGE EUliT PRICED WITHIN REACH Or ALL The New Doric Model Magic Chef Only .40 And Your Old Stove-During Introductory .Sale ' Price includes Heat Regulator I N the new Doric Model Magic CheT , you get symmetry of line, beauty of finish, enduring usefulness, charm of color and gas range design such as you've never seen hofTp. You get everything, in fact, that you could hope for in a gas range -- and you jret it at a price that's in line with any income -- a prir'o tV«t'p Riirnvioino'lv low. This newest and lowest priced Magic a c t u a l l y nossesses the aristocratic p l ^ T p r i n p of a f i n p nierp of drawin r r rnnrn f u r n i t u r e , "ef it harmonize." with any kitchen nV? or new -- arid affords every Fn every resncct the new Doric is an ontstamli'iflv fine cooVinir appliance -a ranoff fchpt artv honsewff" would he h a n n v ' t o own and nr^"'! t" shiw to neiVhbor" or friend?. R° «"re to "" ; t hefore the introductory offer is withdrawn. Only $ Down-- Then Monthly PEOPLES GAS ELECTRIC CO. MASON CITY 'For Better Appliaftces" CLEAR LAKE ROAD WORK BIDS TO BE RECEIVED Plans for Construction on' North Iowa Highways Are Announced. Announcement has been made by the Iowa State highway commissioj of secondary road lettings scheduled in North Iowa. ' In Winncshiek county bids w^l be received at the office of the county auditor, Decorah, until 1:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon for 125,000 feet 3x12-16 standard sawed fir lumber F. O., B. Decorah. Alternate bids on full sawed fir lumber. . Bids will be received at the office of the county auditor, Osage un'.il 1:30 o'clock Friday afternoon for three' cars bridge lumber, one car piling and one car creosoted piling. In Worth 'county bids will be received at the office of the county auditor. Northwood until' 1:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon for the county's estimated requirements of gasoline, oil-and grease. The state road lettings, for which sealed bids will be recejved at Amna until 10 o'clock Tuesday .morning', include riprap construction on Road No. 59 southeast of Chester at a bridge over Beaver,Creek in Howard county. This consists of 300 cubic yards of stone riprap in places. Bids on work in Hamilton county on road 20 will be received for the building of one I-beam bridge and 10 culverts and extensions. Harding county work includes a 50x20 feet one beam bridge with 2-3§ by 20 approach spans, a 32 by 24 one beam bridge and 32 culverts and extensions. HIGH COURT BABY Charles E. Croplcy, above, clerk of 'the t!. S. supreme court, is the youngest clerk since the time of Chief Justice John Murshull. ·. Bad Breath spoils the sweetest smile Every Stomach Sufferer Has It -- Tanlac Corrects It T HAT disgusting "bro^'n" morning taste in your mouth, a whitish or yellow coated tongue -- these are sure signs your breath is bad. The tongue and mouth is nothing more or less than the upper end of your stomach and intestines. When the condition below is upset and badly digested food is souiing in these organs, your ' breath tells the story and all the mouth washes and antiseptics can't mask its ofTcndinEodorformorcthana few minutes. You anlac to correct this condition. Taken before mrals Tanlac prevents formation of gas and acids so there is no sourness, bloating or distress. Tan]ac helps rcculatc the bowels, too, and so with your system free or poisonous toxins and acids see howyour breath - is immediately sweetened. Get-s bottle today at your druggist. Accept no substitute. Satisfaction or money baclc- GREENE CO-OP PLANS SCORING Annual Creamery Meeting Is Held; Tamsett Named for President. GREENE, Feb. 2.--The Farmers Co-Operative Creamery association held the annual meeting in Albrecht hall Saturday. At noon 350 persons were at the banquet. These were the patrons of the local creamery and their wives Trom Greene, Allison, Bristow. Marble Rock, Rockford. Plainfield. Charles City and Clarksville. O. K. Story, Ma'son City, secretary of the State Brand Creameries. Inc., talked on the work of the association, grading and scoring cream. Mr. Bartlett State college extension service, in charge of scoring, gave a talk on the care and scoring of cream. A vote carried 4 to 1 for paying for. cream according to grade. Four directors were elected, William Tamsett, William Cheney arid Percy Lucas were elected to serve two years, one director to take the place of Aaron Hardman, resigned. Alfred Be^ulin will serve one year. The directors met and elected the following officers: President, William Tamsett; secretary-treasurer. Dayton Mather. Funeral Services Held at Cresco For Ole Mattison, 68 CRESCO, Feb. 2.--Ole Mattison. 68, died at his home in Cresco Saturday. He was born in Norway Nov. 30, 18G2. He was married to Ella Jacobson who survives him. Funeral services were held Monday by the Rev. H: M. Normann, pastor of the First Lutheran church, and burial was in the Fremont cemetery in Winneshiek county. We never kick about throwing money in the river when it's Uncle Sam's money and our river.-Brunswick Pilot. I CHAPMAN, 49, KILLS HIMSELF Farmer Plashes Throat at Spencer Elevator; No Inquest Held. SPENCER, Feb. 2.--Slashing his throat, with a safety razor blade, George Chapman, 49, Lake township farmer," committed suicide Saturday afternoon. His body was discovered about 4 .o'clock byH. O. Simpson, employe of the R. M. Tuttle elevator. Chapman had crawled beneath a raised portion of the building where he committed the act that ended hia life. Chapman, in company with his i2 year old son, Lewis, drove a truck, loaded with oats to the elevator, and on arriving there disappeared. One other son, Arthur, 18, and a daughter, Mary Jane, 6, drove here behind his truck in their father's Whippet coupe. Arthur, not being able to find his father drove the truck into the elevator and out again and then left for home with his sister. Lewis, who was to have returned home with his father was in the .business section of the city attempting' to find him, and he returned to the elevator just as his father's bddy way being taken out from under tho building. Friends and relatives o£ Chapman stated they knew no reason why he should commit suicide but one friend described him as being extremely nervous and prone to be highly excitable. Dr. P. F. Schwark, coroner, stated there would ,be no inquest held. The body was taken to the Cobb funeral home, but burial arrangements have not been made. Creek Too IM\V lor Ice. LAWLER--For the first time in history the Crane Creek which runs thru Lawler is too low to supply ice-for commercial use. Merchants of Lawler have hired trucks to haul ice from the Mill Stream at Waucoma. Escape 1 Avoid so far as possible the places where flu germs are most likely to he spread; overcrowded cars and public meeting places; overheated, stuffy rooms. He careful of close contact with others and beware of all couplers and sneezers; breathe through the nose, get fresh air, but avoid drafts or chilling. " Get lots of real. ISat plenty of citrus fruits. Keep tho bowels open. Take extra precaution to keep in good physical condition, so your system will have high resistance against germs. Above all, avoid catching colds. They lower your resistance to the flu germ. Ward them off. At the first sign of any cold, take Bayer Aspirin and remain indoors if possible until your cold is gone. If you have a sore throat, dissolve some Bayer Aspirin tablets in water and gargle; this will relieve the soreness and reduce the inflammation. If you have any reason to suspect even a touch of f l u , call your doctor at once. Charles City News Weather Sets Record^ for Warmth, Charles City Observer Says CHARLES CITY, Feb. 2.--E. G. Larsen in the charge of the weather bureau, slated his records showed January had broken records for 41 years for warm temperature with an average of 25.5 for the month. The only other record to approach it was January, 1914, when the average temperature was 24.4 degrees. January a year ago was a. cold month when the average was 6.6 degrees. The lowest temperature that month was 31 below and the lowest this year 7 below. There was only one day last month when \a measurable amount of snow fell and then six and one-half inches were recorded. February, 1930, broke a record for warm weather when the temperature for the month averageu 29.6 degrees. Sunday the first of th's month the thermometer rose to 48 degrees. The forecast is mostly fair and temperature above normal. Elegance Afoot Holep.roof Hosiery is as durable as it is delicate ... as high in fashion as in quality . . . and it is presented in authentic colors to harmonize with chic costumes. HOLEPROOF HOSIERY No. 2263 . . . A sheer ano dull stocking made of genuine Grenadine twist. It has a French heel, plated foot and self-color picot top. In newest colors. Price (.65 Services Held for Mrs. Stauffacher, 84, Charles City CHARLES CITY, Fell. 2.--Funeral services were held at the Linil- aman funeral home Eunday afternoon for Mrs. Eva Stauffacher, 81. who died in Minneapolis, Minn. Tho Rev. G. A. Hess, pastor of the Christian church officiated and burial was made in Riverside cemetery. Mrs. Stauffacher is survived hy two daughters, Mrs. Fanny Hornberger of this city and Mrs, John Goring ot Minneapolis and three sons, Samuel, Warner and Sidney all residents of Minneapolis. CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY, Feb. 2.--Mr. -.nd Mrs. H. S. Bundy, 505 Fifteenth avenue, are the parents of a son. Katherine Clark who recently was graduated from Park hospital nursing school at Mason City, ha* accepted a position in the Cedai Valley hospital. Mrs. Agnes Van Dyke is confined to her home with a sprained ankle. Mrs. J. M. Wity.el will be hostess to the Tj T. club at the Gilbert hotel this evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tilden returned Sunday evening from Ames where they visited relatives since Friday. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Petry arid daughter, Mary Lou went to Chicago Sunday night to spend a week. Or. Petry will attend the Chicagr Dental meeting and a reunion of his fraternity. Mrs. W. W. Hcminglon of Min n»apoliK. Minn., will address thr Women's club Tuesday afternoon ni France and current problems after which tea will be served. Mrs. L. F. Larsh will entertain the E. R. club at her homo Tuesday afternoon. Elsa Rusle came from New Yorii t o recuperate from injuries Deceived in an accident when she fell into a manhole. She is staying with hei parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Rustc The Needlecraft circle member, will entertain their husbands at d i n - ner tonight at the home of Mr. antl Mrs. H. C. Hansen. Eva Hicks, former music supei visor in the grades who now teachc.^ in DCS Moinea, spent Sunday here. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Johnson entertained a large company at a bridge dinner Saturday evening. New Safe Fs Installed. CRESCO, Feb. 2.--Since the county treasurer's office nml vault was robbed of about SI.000 on Jan. 2. r i. the county hoard of supervisors installed a newer and better safe, procured from the defunct State bank oC El ma TODAY- Owners of Prior Preferred Shares of · · The United Light £r Rys. Co, Are Receiving the 125th Consecutive Monthly DIVIDEND You can be informed about this desirable investment by any employe of Peoples Gas Electric Co, I' 1 . ,1. H.A.NLON, President J. E. McMAHON Special Representative Phone 123 Trolley Service Is Most Reliable Street Railways, unlike other forms of transportation, give service under all conditions. If one car breaks down, there is another to take its place. In all emergencies, street car service calls on this reserve equipment. Naturally, Mason City and Clear Lake Railroad service is most reliable . . . and, incidentally, the safest and most economical form of transportation. Take CAR MASON CITY AND CLEAR LAKE RAILROAD COMPANY

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