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16 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 2 1931 CONFERENCE OF IOWA FARMERS AND HOMEMAKERS OPENS RECORD CROWD IS ANTICIPATED Corn and Grain Show Will Be Feature oi Program at State College. AMES, Feb. 2. (INS)--Farm and Home week, the annual conference of Iowa farmers and homemakeri with Iowa state collage staff members on the impoi-tant problems of farming, opened here today and will continue thru Friday. The largest atendance in the history of the event is expected by the .college committee in charge. More than 600 direct inquiries have been .received by mail and thousands o." 'programs have been distributed b the committee to the 100 county agents in Iowa. The annual corn and small grail 1 .show, one of the ^features of the week's program, is expected to be as large as the 1930 show despite the drought. The results of the 1930 corn, j-ield test will be announced Wednesday afternoon at a meeting of the Iowa Corn and Small Grain Growers' association in connection with the week's activities. Among subjects to be considered by the meetings this week are farm crops, farm values and leases, dairy cattle, livestock, poultry, fruit growing, forestry, farmstead- development, crop protection, soils anil marketing of poultry, crops antl livestock. Several prominent speakers from other parts of the nation are included on the week's program but the majority of the leaders in the activities^ will be members of the Iowa State college faculty. Sanborn Woman Killed in Auto Accident and Girl, 18, in Hospital HARTLEY, Feb. 2. 17B--Mrs. Kate Coppelt, 57, of Sanborn is dead and her foster daughter, Miss Violet Beverly, 38, is in a hospital here with lacerations on tun face as the result of an automobile accident last night when their cur crashed into a paikeH truck "-one- half mile west of here. Linus Neilauer of Kmmetsbuig,. driver of the truck, said he stopped to change a tire nnd that he believed Miss Beverly, driver of the auto, failed to see the truck. Neil- auer said that the lights on the truck were lighted. He received a slight back injury in the crash. Former Resident is Buried. CLARION, Feb. 2.--Mrs. Harry Sumners of Clarion and Mrs. I. H. King of Godfield were called to Kansas City by the death of Dr. George A. King, 54, former local resident who died in the Westley hospital. He had been in poor health for more than a year. He was buried Friday. 350 Attend Thornton Odd Fellow Session THORNTON, Feb. 2.--The county council of the Odd Fellows lodge of Cerro Gordo and Worth counties met at Thornton. Members from Manly, Plymouth, Mason City. Clear Lake, Sheffield, Rockwell and Thornton were present. Members of the Rebekah lodges from these towns were guests. About 350 pei- sons were present. Two Cars Forfeited · by Allison Court ALLI.SON, Feb. 2.--A hearing for the forfeiture of two cars was held at the courthouse before Judge M. F. Edwards of Parkersburg. "Tin. cars belonged to Jesse Frisbee of Fort Dodge and E. C. Ritter of Waverly before they were seized ov liquor counts. Both cars were ordered forfeited to the county. Is I n j u r e d in Accident. DECORAH, Feb. 2.--Rollins Brookner of Spillville, is recovering from an accident when his thumb was caught in the oil shaft of E gasoline engine. Fourteen stitches were needed to close the wound. Sterling No. 1 13 No. Fed era Plume 1GOO-1-3 Sterling No. 812 So. Pcnn. Plione 807 TUESDAY -- WEDNESDAY -- THURSDAY Wo Reserve tlie Right to Limit Quantities When You ASH For Butter--You Really Mean Clear ijiUu Butter CLEAR LAKE BUTTER Ib 31c H E R E A N D T H E R E * * * * * * * * * # # * * * * * * * Miscellaneous Items From 100 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota 'UNMASKED' Monarch (Golden Ban*- .','/" · Corn, large . . . t i i e H Monarch Tomatoes ISc. H Monarch Kidney Beans . . . l o c H Monarch Mixed Vegetables loo| Monarch Chop Suey ! Vegetables, largo c a n . . . . 2 9 o Monarch Bean Sprouts, Ige. l!'c Monarch Chow Mein Noodliut, large Ii)o Just Try This Coffee and Be Convinced us to the Quality Monarch Breakfast Coffee, 3 one Ib. pkgs 59c FriencIS Teas, large I2e · Sweet Corn, large 10° H Cut Wax or Green Beans, .loo · Red Pitted Cherries, can.. Mo H Ketchup, large bottle. . . . . .I5 Dill Pickles, quarts Wc Mustard, quarts IHi-. Sauerkraut, largo can 10c. A Good Grade of Macaroni, ami Well W o r t h the Money OLD GLORY MACARONI, 7 Large Pkgs 25c Banner Oats, large pkg....17cj Bulk Oats, t» Ihs 25o0 Prunes, medium, 3 Ibs 20:B Northern Beans, 4 Ibs 25cH Farina, 3 ibs ;17« Q Bulk Macaroni* A Ibs. . 25i- Apricots, fresh, Ib Ute Peaches, fresh, 111 !()· Bulk Coeoa, a Ibs ar«; You Eat Bread Three Times a Day, Therefore it Ls (Juite an Item BREAD, 16 Oz. Loaf 5c Monarch Oats, ]ge. pUg. ...£!!:· Monarch Macaroni, 4 pkgs. ''ScB Monarch Cocoa, Hi. csm . . . . 2:r. EJ Monarch Peas, .cau 15nS Alonarch Sweet Peas lilcfl Slonaroli Preserves, large. . SBo Monarch Tapioca, pkg 1 -"e Monarch Spinach, largo . . . 2 H n Monarch Sauerkraut, large 1": Monarch Pumpkin, large. . iflo Oranges Very I-oxv I'rioe This Year -- You Can ll*» Lois of Them ORANGES, Good Size, 2 Dozen for 35c Peanut Butter, No. 1 , pints 23c j Pennut Butter, No. 1, qts. 4 5 e j Campbell's Pork nnd Beiin.s, 1 3 for 25c.| Van .Camp's Pork ..u»! | Beans, S for 25r. 1 Monarch Pork anil Beans, E 8 for : 2nc| Lihhy's Mill,-, S tall cans'. . .2.V- Campbell's Tomato Soup, S for .-. ..2--.0 .lack Sprat Tomatoes I5: Fig Bars or Ginger Simps, 2 Ibs 25i: IJlai'l; or XVIiite I''igs, 2 Ibs. 25c OWEN-BATH-GB:NESEO TOWNSHII- INSTITUTK MUICTIN^ . Tuesday, Feb. 3, American Legion Hall, Rockwell, Iowa. Fiddle Contest -- A Piny -- Music -- Hood Time For All. English Walnuts, No. 1, Ib. 29c I Nut Meats, fresh, Hi 5!)c t Cabbage, Ib -. . 5c 1 Bind; Walnuts, S llvs 2n«fi Fresh Roasted Peanuts, 11). IScJ 1 Carrots, bunch H)r 1 Lemons, tlo/pn, large S5c Built Dates, 2 Ibs 25n C.rajm Fruit, 1 for . . . . . . . . 23it 1 Celery, 'urge slalks lor The. Earth Was jN.fnilo Green -- Therefore (Ireen Stuff is Healthy HEAD LETTUCE, Solid Heads 6c McLnnghlin's U!)'/ 2 Coffee, K 3 pounds !)»« t Mclaughlin's Peaberry, 1 3 pounds !!9o I Mclaughlin's Gem, Hi 25n[ HKLI.O WO1 DAW GONE GOOD CC Oxydol, largn pUg Ue Chipso, largo pkg 22e Ivory Flakes, largo 22c Uiib-No-Morc, large 22c Star Nnpliflia, largo 22« Northern Tissue, R for 2i3e This is a Good Grade of Peas Will Vouch WHITE LILY PEAS, 3 McLaughlin's S8S Coffee, III. 2Kc McLaughlin's Bnllf Tea, Ib. -l!)r Castle Tea, pkg 2,'x- Puritan Malt, largo - a n . . . 4 ! l « Blue Kilihmi Mall, Ige. ran -I!)'- .LI) COKFKK )FFEE, Ib. 37c I.ed JSaml Toilet I'a|u-r, 4 for 25i Gold Bust, l:trgti 2i»n Brooms, good ones -!!)(! and 5!o Bluing, large bottle . . . . . ' . . Itte -- Have lilt en Tin-in Myself -For Them Large Cans./ 25c j flIK. FAllMKn -- During Hie Ili)ov«r 1'rosptirity you must Hoover- 1 ILC, so lrim» us your eggs and tj»Kn advantage of our low prices on 1 merchandise. Cash or frail?, any department of Hie slore. 1 First Child Is Burn. BANCROFT -- Mr.- antl Mrs. Frank Reciter are the parents or' a baby born born Friday. This is the first child in the family. Are Guests at Fertile. FERTILE--Mr. and Mrs. A r t h u r Brenden and two children, Francis Mae and Eva Lavone of Miuburn, came Saturday to visit Mr. and Airs. Ole Brenden and Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Halverson. Ij. Callison Improves. STILSOK'--L. Callison- has been quite ill, but is better. Recovers From Operation. GOODELL-pMrs. Gordon 'Sherman is recovering in a hospital in Wheatland, Wyo.', from a major operation. Mrs. Sherman was formerly Miss Gittie White of Goodell. Ili'luni .o Thornton. THORNTON--Mr. and Mrs. Paul James and sons, Lloyd and Donald and Mrs. J. W. James drove to Cedar Rapids and returned Saturday. Mrs. J. VV. James remained at Oakdale for a few days for treatments. -Leave for Kentucky. COULTER--Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hottman left by auto for Lexington. ICy., Saturday where Mr. Hottman has real estate interests. Enrnute they will stop at Bloomington, 111., for a brief visit with relatives. I.-eaves for California. TITONKA -- Albert Meyer left Friday for California "where he will spend a part of the winter. He will be the guest of his daughter, -Mrs. John Hunter. Bat-net Neul Is III. BRISTOW--Barnel Neal is reported to be quite ill at his home liere. Student Gome's Hume. CORWITH--Miss Lois Scuce. .slu- .lent at Iowa State college, spent the week-end at the home of her parents, Mr. mid Mrs. Fay Scaee. Come From \ViInier. DOVVS--Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Peterson, Wilmur, Minn., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John State. Mi'. State has been quite ill. Moves From Algunu. CORWtTH--Dr. P. E. Walley of Algona has rented two rooms formerly occupied by Dr. R. W. Peterson and moved to Corwith. Dr. Walley is a graduate of Still college. Des Moines and has practiced in Algona the past year. Go to Mimieaiiullx. RUDD--Alton Sanders of Charles City, Melviu FincAi. Lloyd Krause and Melvin Finch drove to "Minneapolis Saturday. Club Holds iMi'Ktinir. NORA SPRINGS -- Mrs. S'eluj Russell entertained the Crescen club Friday afternoon. About 2; were present. Mrs. Addie Schmid was leader of the lesson on psycho logy. Miss Steinberg of Mason City gave a talk on "Psychology and It.s Uses." Kirtlnln.r Is Celebraled. FERTILE--Eleven school friends attended a birthday party Friday for Jean Ouverson who was 6. Away on Visit. THOMPSON--County Agent and Mrs. H. C. Aaberg and daughter. Gloria, spent the week-end witn Mi'.s. Anberg's parents, Mr. ami Mrs M. Leith, Lruirens. Visit nt Grand .Junction GOODELL--Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Conwell and sons, Junior and Maurice, were week-end visitors at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Foley at Grand Junction, E n t e r t a i n e d at Coulter. COUTER--Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hansen were hosts at an oyster supper and 500 party. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Fiete of Iowa Falls, Mr. and Mri Cecil Oswood of Hnnscll, Mr. aivl Mrs. F. M. Kidd of Latimer, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Madsen, Latimer. and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Young, Hampton. !'. T. A. TVoifrmn (iivi-ii. BRISTOW--The Parent Teacher association held the January meeting Friday evening. A program of music, recitations and a playlet given by some of the high -school · boys was presented. v Goes In California. ALLISON--Frank Ray of Lo.- Angeles'left for his home on. Saturday a f t e r spending 10 days visiting relatives and friends at Waterloo. Clarltsville and Allison. Goes to Hospital. CORWITH--Miss Edith Wilson, seventh and eighth grade teacher, went to the Mercy hospital. Mason City, Friday, where she will receive treaVrient for an infected ear. Returns A f t e r Funeral. LATIMER--Mrs. Mary White of Kenosha, Wis., who attended the funeral rites of her brother. Mi. King, has returned to her home. Leave for Nebraska. HUTCHINR--Mr. and Mrs. Philip Fink nnd Mr. nnci Mrs. Marshall S t a u f l e r and children, Dorothy and Dean, all of Norfolk, Nebr., visiltrc. Mr. and Mrs. Moody Gilmore. They left for their homes Monday. Will Go to Florida. EAGLE GROVE--Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weeks expect to leave for a trip to Miami, Fla. While in that part of the country they expect to visit Cuba and Key West. Guests at Nora Springs. NORA SPRINGS--Mrs. Florence Curpnoy and daughter, Mrs. Thelmri Thompson of .letters, Minn., guests of Mrs. Morphew's John Curphey and other lieie and at Mason City. Finishes College Course GOLDFIELD--A r 1 o McGowan, son of James McGowan, completed his school work lit Monmnuth college, M o n m o u t h , III., at the end o! Hie first semester nnd recover! hi.' A. 13. degree. He will visit with home folks before he accepts a position. YOUR IOWA One Interesting l'a'.t Kvepy Buy Alifiut the Slate Vou Are I'roml to I/all Your Own: Drugs purchased annually by lowans are valued at ?3Q,912,000. n other words Iowa buys 3.1.7 per ent of the total vokime of all drug stores in the United States altho it inly has 2.11 per cent of the coun- ry's population. Are Guests nt Floyd. FLOYD--Miss Thressa Mapes of Marshalltown and friend, Glenn ·lutzell, Eldora, were guests at the Ed Mapes home Sunday. Visit nt Garner. GARNER--Franklin Thompson, wife and two children, Newhall, vis- ted relatives here and at Kanawha Saturday. Kldreii Kenyon III. FLOYD--Eldred Kenyou is ill at his home in Floyd. Attend Slcl Tourney. WHITTEMORE--J. V. Elbert and son, Walter, left Sunday to attend the skf tournament at Canton, S. Dak. They will spend the week with Mr. Elbert's sister, Mis. Adam Hoffman at Bowdle, S. Dak. Go to St. Paul. GARNER--Henry Carr, William Wrede, Einer Christensen, Garner. and Albert Roenfanz, Cleai Lake, left early Monday morning fur South St. Paul where they plan to buy stock cattle. Move- to Mason Oily. RUDD--The H. R. Follett family moved to Mason City Saturday. Culture Club Meet. RUDD--The Culture club mel with Mrs. .C. H. Cords Saturday aft ernoon. Mrs. Lotabour was leadei with the subject, "Iowa's State In- titulioiis." Mrs. Roberts substituted for Mrs. Kellar and Miss Pearl Kollman look Miss Libbie Hodgin's place. Resume College Studies. GARNER--Miss Marion Schisse! and her house guest, Elsie Voight- man, resumed studies Monday fol lowing the semester examination.! at Grinnell college. Marion is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Schissell. Elsie is a resident of New York City. Count From Waterloo. GOLDFIELD--Dr. and Mrs. Gr;i ham Boysen and daughter, Beverlv Beth, o£ Waterloo, spent the \veek end at the parental C. M. CUusei home. Visit at Home. RUDD--Lola Belle -Fennell am Minnette Bishop came from Ceda Falls Friday for a visit at the par enta! homes. Kent Thornton Farm. THORNTON -- Mr. and Mrs Henry Wearda, 1 Mason City, hav rented the Soren Peterson farn which has been occupied by Mr and Mrs. Alfred Mad.sen. Mr. am Mrs. Madsen will make their honu in Thornton. JORETTA By Edna Robb Webster Author of "DAD'S GIRL" Jeun Marcelle, Boston, said .she nnd been masquerading 1 as a man because she thot- it was a lot of fun, when questioned by New York police about thefts in tliree houses where she is alleged to have lived. JOHN MEYER, 80, CRESCO, IS DEAD Funeral Services Will JJe Held on Tuesday for Pioneer Resident. CRESCO. Feb. 2.--John Meyer 80, resident of Cre.sco and vicinity many years, who died at Cresco Saturday morning, will be buried Tuesday morning. His wife preceded him in death a few years ago. He is survived by his daughters, Mrs Theo Lusson and Mrs. George Baker, and one son. Lee J. Meyer, all of Cresco. Mr. Meyer yas born March 29, 18")0. in Pennsylvania and had lived in Howard county nearly a half century. Funeral services will he held at St. Joseph's church, the nastor, the Rev. J. P. Wagener. officiating, with interment in Calvary i cemetery. l-'t-om CilEUlu were father, relatives persisted in troubling Joretta. Somehow she couldn't convince herseil but that they were not in some way connected with the fact that her father had not returned to his yaciu as usual. The «.luy wore on. The brief t w i light faded quickly to night, and the Monteziimn lay calmly at anchor with no captain aboard. Joretta could endure it no longer. She made lier presence known to the rest ot the crew and, with Uncle Charley, took matters into her own hauda. First, they left a message for Dowling at the customs hoiiae, should lie arrve and f i n d his yacht one. Then, with Joretta in command, and the crew informed of the situ.i- tion, they turned toward home witii full speed. Joretta remained in the engine room all night, watching the speed and grateful for the increase made possible by the carburetors Jim had made with his own hands. Jim! Why, Jim would have arrived by the time they reached home again! He would know \vhiiL to do. He would save dad. Her heart almost sang. In a few hours she would be w i t h . Jim and he woult. make everything right for them all Meanwhile, Jim Norton had ar rived ill Los Angeles. Finding Joretta nowhere about the station, the expectant smile faded from his fact nnd an anxious frown came betwcei his eyes. He went into a telephone bootl and called the Dnwling home. No the maid informed him, Mrs. Nortoi ·was not at home. She had gone U Long Beach for a few days ami not yet returned. He replaced the receiver with dis gust and disappointment that wa painful Was that true -- t h a t Jo retta had left the city in the mids of all this trouble and expectin h i m ? Or was the family agnin try ing to keep them apart?. Well, they had b e t t e r not tr; t h a t ! She was his .wife now. H would go right out to the house, an- see for himself. "No, Mi's. Norton is not.at home, Perkins repeated firmly. "Then may I .see Mrs. Dowling'! "I'll .see as to that, sir. Please b sealed, sir." ITO P.E CONTINUED) At lend Cousin's Kites. FLOYD--John O'brien and sister. Anna, left Saturday for Des Moine.s o attend the funeral of a cousin. Improves From Illness. LATIMER--J. w. Christensen vas able to be up the first time for ^everal weeks. Comes From Forest City. HUTCHTNS--Mrs. A. O. Austin of ''orest City was a guest at thu Charles Straton home. .Count From Clarion. NORA'SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs. red Sharp of Clarion were guests it the home of Mrs. Sharp's parents,-' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lntum, A t t e n d s Dealers Meeting. BANCROFT--J. H. Menke, owner of the Ford garage here drove to Moines Friday to attend a meet- ng of Ford dealers. Suffer From I'neumonia. FERTILE--Ross Hill is ill with ineumonia. Visit at Mason Cily. STILSON--Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Srickey, visited Mr. and Mrs. Dale 3cott, Mason City. Their grandson ICetmeth Scott returned home with them. Taken to Waterloo. GOODELL--Verner Christie took lis sister, Mrs. Zoe Christensen, to tier home in Waterloo Sunday. She visited her mother, Mrs. Delia Christie and her sister, Mrs. Charles Conklin. Comes Froin Washington. I THORNTON--Mrs. Eleanor Fletcher, Walla Walla, Wash., is visit- | ing the H. O. Young home. Mrs. Fletcher is a sister of Mrs. Young. | Mrs. Young recently had an operation and is in the Mercy hospital, Mason City. Suffers Eye Injury. CORWITH--Clarence Mayhew. seventh.and eighth grade teacher, received a badly injured eye, when he went into the basement of his home without a light and ran Into the corner of a pasteboard box. Teacher Visits Parents. BRTSTOW--Raymond Berr I e r, English teacher, went to Waterloo Saturday and from there to Nashua to spend Sunday with his parents. Entertained at Allison. ALLISON--Misses Elaine Eusse and Lydia Heyenga entertained t h e ' p.i j r\ 11 T 11 J Do-R~Best club at the home of Mrs. j Uladys Uelker Installed Henry Lienemann Saturday after- ' noon. Norma Werner presided at the business meeting, after which games were played, Fatih Feltus, Norma Werner, and Pearl Roelf winning prizes. Are Parents of Daughter. TITONKA--Mr. and Mrs. Harm Kettwich are the parents of a girl born at their home south of town. Comes to Brislow. BRISTOW -- Clayton Folkerls, Davenport, came Friday evening to visit the Atho Folkerts family. Come From Algomi. CORWITH--Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Gaskill and son, Algona, visited at the E. G. Gaskil! home over the week end. DOWN \V. C. T. U. Meets. DOWS--The W. C.[ T. U. met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. .T. Peterson. Plans were made for a Frances Willard day in February. Mrs. George J. Meyer led the devotions. Teachers Are III. CORWITH - Miss Edith Wilson and Clarence Mayhew, teachers in lie seventh and eighth grades, were bsent on account of illness. Mrs. iurdette Beers and Mrs. Charles ^rickson did substitute teaching for hem. Ant Parents of Son. RUDD--Mr. and Mrs. Howard ones are the parents of a baby toy, Russell A l b e r t , born Friday at he Cedar Valley hospital. Submits to Operation. NORA SPRINGS--Edward Barker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Barter, underwent an operation for ippendicitis at the Mercy hospital. Honored at Siunver. COULTER--Fifty friends gave Ir. and Mrs. Lewis Larson a post- ·uiptial shower at their home east of own. The couple was recently wed A l b e r t Lea and will reside on the Andrew Jergenaen f.irm. Uelurri From Trip. LAKE MILLS--Truck drivers employed by the Lake Mills Commun- ly Oil company, Ben Stene. Leslie Hanna. Milo Dnhl, Miler Nelson ind Norman .Ier»'enson returned from a trip to the Quaker Petroleum company at Omaha. / Taken to Ilospilal. THOMPSON--Hermon Bendiclc-1 son who Ins had a shoe repair shop here for 20 yenrs. was taken to I Park hosnital. Mason City, Friday. 1 It was thot he bad gangrene in his foot. 32 A t t e n d I'arty. CLAR1CSVILLE--A company of 22 held a family party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Carter, as a farewell courtesy Lo Mr. and ifi-y. William DreitaPlbis and Mrs. Edmund Deal, who are leaving for their homes at Monroe. Wis. Is Honored at Shower. G A R N E R -- A post nuptial shower was given Mrs. Eva Becker-Larson Saturday in the home of Mrs. Ralph Larson at Belmond. Mrs. George Mortimer,! CIO North Delaware avenue, Mason City, and Mrs. Frc-d N. Becker, earner, were the hostesMcs having 30 guests at th'.luncheon shower. Community Club Meets. ALLISON--The January meeting of the Community i-lub was held nt the home of Mrs, John Mtillins with a good attendance. This was the first meeting of the year. Assistinp; hostesses were Mrs. Charles Miller. Mrs. A. W. Froniug. Misses Haw! Black finil Lois Richtmta. A book review WHH given by Mrs. W. T Davidson. Mrs. O. B. Emerson gave a talk on the club. as W. R. C. President at ClarksviUe Ceremonies CARKSVILLE. Feb. 2.--Officers inatalled in the W. R. C. were: Gladys Delker, president; Alice Piqune. senior vice president; Mary First junior vice president; Fannie Wilder, secretary: LuVerne Chestnut., treasurer; Ella Kjiapp, chaplain: Alice Thompson, guard; Fredn Grant, conductor; Lena Seiling. assistant guard; Ada Klunder, assistant conductor; Edna Prey, press correspondent; Lilu Lore. Clara Fisher, Irma Green, Ha/el Loomis, color bearers. One of the lesser movie officials insists that the 10-cent movie picture will soon be with us again. The trouble is, however, that they'll continue to charge $1 for it.--New York Kvening I'osr, Dr. ShaUenberger Specialist in Kuc-tnl and Chronic Diseases will make bis ni'.vt monthly visit to MASON CITY Hotel Cerro Gordo FRIDAY, FEB. (i From 8 A. M. 1o Thursday Kvening (:R() to » I'. M. ~, P. M. ami , Feb. -"», from HSOth Visit. Kr.liirn livery 28 Days. Or. Shallenbergcr is a very siu'c'cssful specialist who has had SO years' experience' in Hie treatment of Chronic, Nervous and Special Diseases of Men, Women ami Children, ami has a large list of satisfied patients. PILES CURABLE WITHOUT SURGERY Hy easy, n o n - c o n f i n i n g office treatment. In a few easy treatments the. Piles are gone. If yoi have Itching. bleeding, blind or protruding J'iles do not neglect the condition. Or if you are suffering from Stomach, Bowel, I.iver, Heart, SUin. Nerve or o t h e r Chronic. Trouble, such Rheumatism. Diabetes, Goiter, Catarrh, Kidney or Illadder Trouble. It will pay you to see .Or. Slmllenherjrer anil get hif opinion regarding same. Kxam- inatiftn free. Adilri'ss letters to WILBERT SHALLENBERGER Oakwnoil Blvd., Illinois REMARKABLE VALUE Pure Dye Silk LINGERIE An extraordinary showing of Fine Pure Dye Silk Lingerie. New Spring .Styles, Lace Trimmed, Applkmed, Embroidered and Tajl- ored Styles. All colors and all sizes. Step-ins Dance Sets Bloomers Chemise Panties Slips Trade Ufasre You Do the Best Paying a FAIR^PRICE secures you these features of Responsible Cleaning Service I 8 Your articles are protected by insurance against loss by fire or theft. Goods are dry-cleaned in pure, crystal-clear, sanitary solvent. Yoif are assured of complete cleaning and proper rinsing. Spots and stains individually treated by specialists. Enough time is given for thorough deodorizing. Pressing is done by the most modern of equipment under ideal sanitary conditions. Each job is carefully inspected--minor repairs (such as broken seams, etc.) are done free. Prompt fair settlement is assured in any instance where we become liable. The completeness and variety of our service is a a convenience to you and further assurance of our craftsmanship and experience in cleaning. 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