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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 3, 1931
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.e^^ MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 3 1931 STOP-GO CORNER LAWSUIT NOW IN DISTRICT COURT Rights of Pedestrians an Drivers Expected to Gome Up in Case A case of special interest becaus it was expected to involve question of the rights of pedestrians an automobile drivers at stop and g corner^ in the downtown section o the city opened Tuesday in the dis trict -court before Judge Joseph J Clark. W. H. Kogle, local steamfitter, i the plaintiff in the action and ask ?2,500 alleged damages for person al injuries from Henry Derrer. Mr Kogle claims that he was injured when rim down by an automobile driven by Derrer while crossing the street on South Federal avenue an( Second street. The incident occurred on Dec. 24, 1929, at 8:30 o'clock in the evening. Was Crossing Second. According to the testimony in the case, Mr. Kogle was crossing Second street on the west side of Federal avenue at the time and thai Mr. Derrer, who was driving a Nash automobile, came from the south and turned west on Second, striking the steamfitter as the latter was approaching the north side of the street. The plaintiff occupied the witness stand the greater part.o' the day, being questioned by his attorney, J. C. Robinson, and cross examined by L. R. Boomhower, defendant's counsel. Mr. Kojrle testified that he was knocked about 20 feet by the impact of the car, but admitted the streets were icy and slippery. He stated he was bruised and cut and that the ligaments of his left shoulder were torn to the extent that hs HOW I RID MYSELF OF P S O R I A S I S Write and I will tclT you my own story as to how I rid myself of this disease without medical treatment, salves or injections. F.O.R. 201, Bar 142. \VoodnliIc, tons Island Asks: What Is ACNE? PIMPLES Yes! That's the simple answer, but Acne is more than just a big pimple--better call it a big stubborn pimple. That's why you must fight this obstinate skin disease with something powerful enough, to kill it and swiftly get the -unsightly thing off ; , dp akin. ^' favj~wi~ab.vise ail wno afe soTW- , fortunate : as to have Acne to get rid of it at once and for all by using Emerald Oil, a powerful, healing antiseptic oil that no case of Acne Pimples or,Eczema can withstand And those itchy toes that get raw and sore--the germs that cause il are lulled by Emerald Oil. Don't waste time with weak washes-Emerald Oil is guaranteed by Hux- tabla Drug Co., Michael Drug Co. : and druggists everywhere to rid you of stubborn unsightly skin, troubles or money back--an 85 cent bottle lasts 2 weeks. Dr. Shallenberger Specialist in Rectal and Chronic Diseases will make his, next monthly visit to MASON CITY Hotel Cerro Gordo FRIDAY, FEB. 6 From 8 A. HI. to 5 P. M. and Thursday Evening Feb. 5, from 6:30 to 9 P. M. 380th Visit. Return Every 28 Days. Dr. Shallenberger is a very successful specialist who has had 30 years' experience in the treatment of Chronic, Nervous ! and Special Diseases of Men, I Women and Children, and has a J large list of satisfied patients. | PILES CURABLE j WITHOUT SURGERY j By easy, non-confining office ! treatment. In a few easy treat- j mentis the Piles are gone. If you ; have itching, bleeding', blind or [ protruding Piles do not neglect , the condition. Or if you are suf- ! ferine; from Stomach, Bowel, .Liver, Heart, Skin, Nerve or other .Chronic Trouble, such as : Rheumatism, Diabetes, Goiter, ' Catarrh, Kidney or Bladder Trouble, It will pay you to get his opinion regarding same. Examination free. Address letters to WILBERT SHALLENBERGER 768 Oakwood'Blvd., Chicago, Illinois no longer could continue his occu pation in steamfitting. Waited for "Go" Sign. In crossing the street. Mr. Kogl said he waited until the stop sign turned to "go" before setting but In the cross. examination of the plaintiff Mr. Boomhower endeavored to show that Mr. .Kogle had been able to carry on such activities as dancing and hunting after the accident on Dec. 24, 1929. The plaintiff, however, stated that he was a good clog dancer before the accident and that since then he had found it impossible to dance. "I can't keep siep with my right leg," the witness testified. He denied that be had ever complained to anyone of rheumatism before the time of his injury. Admitted He minted. Mr. Kogle admitted that he had gone hunting and that his automobile went into the ditch west of Manly on one of his expeditions. , The jurors in the case are: Mrs. Nelle Homey, 428 First street southeast; Mrs. .Alice Tracy, 3 South Lou Isiana avenue; Harry Doyle, Arthur Hammon, Elmer Winters, Mrs. Joe Caffrey, Elmer Moffatt, Julia Stenby, Herman Knack and Albert knop, Clear Lake; Glen Bishop, Nora Springs, and Mrs. A. Chesebro, Plymouth. TRIPLE SLAYING Machine Gun Killing at East St. Louis Entangled by Rumors. EAST ST. LOUIS. 111., Feb. 3.-U? -- Investigators today strove to sort tangible clews from a maze of rumors in their effort to pierce iie mystery ' surrounding the slaying of three men, one of them a well-known businessman, appar^t- y by machine guns. The bodies, each containing several bullet wounds, \vere found in overs' lane, three miles east of ranite City, late yesterday. Subsequent investigation fixed the cene of the triple slaying at a lace in East St. Louis, and' the ime early- Sunday morning. The jlace is said by police to be a hide- iway for gangsters. St. Louis police said last night wo of the victims, J. P. Carroll, onnected lately with the operation f a handbook here, and Theodore aminski, 24, also of St. Louis, a ormer chauffeur, recently had been ngaged in, the East St. Louis kidnapping racket." The third ictim was David Hoffman, 39, who onducted a woman's apparel store nd pawnshop here. talker vs. Grell Case Brot Here on Change of Venue A case brot to Cerro Gordo ^ y_fon tnal_.otL a. change of venue from Hancock county came to trial Tuesday afternoon before Judge C H. Kelley of Charles City. The case is one in which F. P. Walker, Clear Lake banker, appears as plaintiff in an action against Walter C. Grelland involves a landlord's attachment. The change of venue is said to have been taken because this was the only jury case pending in the county for trial in the January term. It was not deemed sufficient 'or calling a jury in Hancock county- A Simple Application That Dissolves Blackheads No more squeezing and pinching :o get rid of those ugly blackheads. 3et a little Calonite powder from any drug store, sprinkle a little on a hot, wet cloth, rub over the black- leads, and in two minutes every blackhead will be dissolved away entirely. Lost 47 Lbs. In 3 Months and Feels Years Younger "I have been taking Kruschen Salts for nearly 3 months. I have continued taking one teaspoonful in warm water every morning. I then weighed 217 pounds, was always bothered with pains in my back and lower part of abdomen and sides. "Now I am glad to say I am a well women, feel much stronger years younger and my weight is 17C pounds. I do not only feel better but I look better, so all my friends say. ' "I shall never be without Krii- schen Salts, will never cease taking my daily dose and more than glac to highly recommend it for the ;reat good that : is in it." Mrs. S. A Solomon, New Bern, N. C., Jan 1930." "P. S. You may think.I am jxaggerating by writing such a long letter but truly I feel so indebted to you for putting out such wonderful salts that I cannot say emnigh." A bottle of Kruschen Salts that asts 4 weeks costs but 85 cents at Suxtable Drug Co. and druggists the world over. Take one half teaspoon in a glass of hot water every morning before breakfast Attention to diet will help--cut out pastry and fatty meats -- go ight on potatoes, butter, cream and sugar--the Kruschen way is the safe way to lose fat. Try one bottle and If not joyfully satisfied--money mck. $3.5® to Twin Cities and Return Tickets on Sale Fcb.6-7-8-13-14-15. Good in Couches Only.. SI. St. t. Railway. Phone 203. SPENCER YOUTH ARRESTED A LLEGING they had intercepted ** an elaborate code, sheriff's officers at An Arbor, Mich., arrested three youths, two of them college students, and charged them with being the source of liquor supply on the campus of the University of Michigan, Deputy sheriffs say they telephoned a request that, "Ethel come up," whereupon two boys arrived with liquor. Photo shows, left to right, Alan Thompson, Marion, -Ind., who came to the university, but failed to matriculate; Robert Custer, 22, student, also of Marion; Deputy Sheriff William Dailey, and Orie Brown, law student from Spencer, Iowa. According to the officers, Custer and Thompson named Brown as their "master" ' in alleged rum running, but when Brown's room was raided no liquor was found. Ministers Indorse Solicitation Plan of Commercial Units The Ministerial association of Mason City has^indoraed the char- iCies and advertising agreement drawn up by a local organization of manufacturers, distributors, retailers and professional men. The ministers expressed themselves as being in thpro accord with the plan of the manufacturers and distributors under which no solicitation will be undertaken without the approval of a special solicitations committee of :he latter organization committee. Following' is the 'agreement recommended by the industrial , and commercial institutions of the city and indorsed by the ministers. · "1 The following advertising media are recognized as not requiring approval, Any dated publication Issued--.rfl«larly,-,iiewBpaiers and billboards; local school and college publications; streetcar placards; sign posters and wall signs; inside placards on busses; motion picture film or slides. "2 Tickets for dances, raffles, barbecues and church suppers are not indorsed.' "3 All fraternal and church organizations should look to their own membership for money or support either as a direct contribution or to assist in putting on bazaars, fairs, dances, etc., whether 6r not the proceeds are to be devoted to charitable work, or their own needs. "4 We recommend that our members do not advertise in any special entertainment program] cook book, special directory, club or society register, railroad time table or guide, baseball or bus schedules, hotel registers, cigar lighters, bills of fare, raffle tickets, door checks, paper napkins, song books, 'lodge, society or club paper, outdoor group advertising, or in, any special advertising proposition." Otto Is Sentenced to Year m Jail _ Jack Otto, Mason City, was sentenced to a year, in the county jail at police court Tuesday morning. He was charged with vagrancy following his arrest Monday evening at First street and Federal avenue south for intoxication. Otto has been arrested 17 times since 1928, usual ly for intoxication. SKiley-Hulsebus Case Submitted to Jurors The case of B. A. Shiley vs. L. B Hulsebus went to the jury shoitlv before noon Tuesday, following arguments by attorneys. Late Tuesday afternoon the jurors were sill deliberating. Mrs. C. Devereaux , Buried at Belmond BELMOND, Feb. 3.--The body of Mrs. Clarke Devereaux 'of Fort Dodge was brot to Belmond Monday for burial in Franklin Grove cemetery. The Rev. Peter Young of the Congregational church in Fort Dodge had charge of the services. Relatives from away In attendance were: Dr. Clarlc Devereaux, husband and Dr. Harry Devereaux, his brother of Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. Clark Devereaux, Jr., of Detroit; CharJes Knox of Minneapolis: Miss Harriet "Knox,, of Fort Dodge and Mrs. Louise Madson and son, Keith of Ains.worth. Io\vnn,s to Aid Arkansas. FORT DODGE, Feb. 3. Farmers near Dayton are contributing towards the second car of corn to be sent from Webster county for relief of drought sufferers in Arkansas. Special Program Feature of Club Meeting at Church Eighty-five club of the First Presbyterian church held its monthly meeting in the church parlors Monday evening when dinner was served in^diner style at card tables arranged on either side of the aisle by waiters dressed in white. . Folowing a short business meeting the committe? entertained tho jroup with a feature program foi' the evening of this mystic. Max Boyd acted as manager of the mystic, Mr. Bourgeois, Ottus. Slips of paper were passed out among the group on which each wrote one question and his name. These were collected and without opening the sealed envelope,containing them Mr. Bourgeois gave -answer: publicly to the\secret;questions.. .',··'.'· v i; . ·-·:·,,·, '': Al iJoladg,- im^eh^onatcd -by- B.- F. Ballard, accompanied by Mrs. Ann Clark, sang "Jenny Lee" and "Little Thing's in Life" and encored with "Never Swat a Fly." Following Mr. Ballard's act moving pictures were shown. The decorations were those in harmony with Valentine's day. The committee included Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Oilman, Mr. and Mrs. Max Boyd,Mr. and Mrs. Ottus Pasnau, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Anderson. Sixty-two were served dinner. Henry Bendickson, Thompson, Is Dead Henry Bendickson, 76 years o£ age, Thompson, died at a local hospital Tuesday, morning. He had been in the hospital since Friday, suffering from gangrene in 'his right foot. This was a result of hardening of the arteries. The body was removed t6 the Randall funeral home and Tuesday afternoon taken to Thompson, where funeral services will be held. Whittemore Girl Is Hurt Crossing.Road WHITTEMORE, Feb. 3.--Mary Joice Rich, 6, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rich, received a fractured leg and other injuries when she was hit by a car five miles east of town. The child attempted to run across the road in front of their farm home when a west bound car met an east bound car and another standing on the road. In the confusion the little girl was struck and thrown off the pavement. The car stopped and took her to a hospital in Algona. The New Allenru Week-End Treatment For Rheumatism Fridft.y Nieht Till Monday Morninp; --^P'ain Gone--Agony Gone--Back On The Job. Large 8 Oz. Bottle 85 Cents It Must Do As Advertised Or Money Back Says Huxtable Drug Co. Here's the swift modern 48:hour way to get the uric acid out of your joints and muscles and overcome Rheumatism, Neuritis and Sciatica. Start to taks Allenru as directed when you go to bed Friday night-stay in bed as much as possible til: Monday morning--Allenru acts double fast when the body is relaxed and rested. A large 8 oz. bottle of Allenru costs but 85 cents at Huxtable Drug Co. or any live drug store in America and It must do as advertised or money back. FEED VALUES ON AMES PROGRAM Results of Experiments in Feeding Hogs Are Outlined. AMES, Feb. 3. UP~The value of tankages, fish meal and "Big' 10" supplement modifications for' fattening spring pigs was told to Iowa hog producers today at the annual Whoo-o-ey day program. Results of feeding experiments conducted during the last year by the animal husbandry department were outlined. The pigs used in tne experiments were fed shelled corn and allowed to graze in rage pastures in addition to receiving the protein supplements. Menhaden fish meal used alone showed up best among the supplements. Pigs fed this meal, in addition' to corn and minerals on pasture, ' showed a margin above feed tost of $6:64. Their daily gain was 1.46 pounds. 'Pigs fed a mixture of 80 pounds of regular meat meal tankage with 20 pounds of ground oats groats (dehulled oats) in addition to the corn and minerals with rape pasture . made the next best showing. The tankage-pat groat combination proved to be more efficient than tankage alone. The gain was increased slightly, feed requirements per hundredweight of gain were lessened 20 pounds and margins per pigs increased from $6.14 to 56.46. Charles Eggert, First Iowa Modern Language Professor, Dies at 95 ROCKFORD, 111., Feb. 3. UP)-Charles Augustus Eggert, 95, first professor of modern languages al the University of Iowa, is dead. , Funeral services were to be held today. Four sons, a daughter, and five grandchildren survive. Dr. Eggert was promizjent in mid- western educational circles until retirement 20 years ago. He held professorships in South Dakota university, Illinois' Weslcyan, Vandcrbilt, and Iowa. Thornton Declamatory Contest Will Be Held THORNTON, Feb. 3.--The high school declamatory contest was held with 24 students entered. The local declamatory contest will be held Wednesday in the Thornton theater. Students to take part in'the local contest are James Forsyth, Frederick Infelt, Roy Kottman, George Lightbody; oratorical: Helen Mae Caspers, Marie Champion, Loretta Courtney, Miriam In'gebretson, Caroline Karl and Esther Kottman; dramatic: Edwin Boothroyd, Audra Henrickaen, Marjorie Jaihes and \Jwetihalyn Wenzel; humorous.' iliss Theresa Mors is coaching the contestants. The county contest will be held here Thursday, Feb. 12. Theater at Lake Mills Remodeled for Opening LAKE MILLE, Feb. 3.--When the Irving theater opened its doors for the first time after being closed for three montns, following the firs damage, large crowds attended. The seating arrangement was changed and other improvements made. A new special sound screen has Replaced the old screen. 75th Birthday Observed by Mrs. Sardoff, Goodell GOODELL, Feb. 3.--A group of relatives and friends helped Mrs. H. Saadoff celebrate her seventy-fifth birthday. All brot baskets -and enjoyed a picnic dinner. Mrs. Saadoff makes her-home with her daughter, Mrs. George Zielie. HIS PILES HEALED AFTER 35 YEARS Mr. John A. Raab, Dallas City, 111., was entirely healed of Piles and other Rectal Trouble after suffering for 35 years. He urges all sufferers to write The Thornton Minor Clinic, Suite 420, 926 McGee St., Kansas City, Mo., for a new fi-ee copyrighted book which explains a. mild, sure treatment for hemorrhoids (piles) and all forms of rectal diseases. This treatment has restored more than 40,000 people to renewed health in the past 53 years. In writing for the book, there is no cost or obligation. Bills Before Iowa · Assembly Explained by League Bulletin Much space Is devoted in the January issue of Bulletin of the Iowa division of the Izaak Walton league, published In Mason City, to bills before the Iowa legislature. These include a joint. resolution providing for the 'employment by the state board of conservation of a park and landscape engineer to make a comprehensive 25 year program for a system of parks, recreational grounds, beauty and scenic spots, scenic highways, fish, game and bird refuges. The 25 year program is budgeted. A welcome is extended in the bulletin to_ the Palo Alto chapter which has been organized at Emmetsburg. This chapter has 41 members. Attention is called in the bulletin to pollution of the west branch of the Iowa river from below Belmond thru Dows and Iowa Falls. The president's message in the bulletin concerns the 25 year program before the legislature and the creation of a fish and game commission. Mike Kapalos,'111 Long Time, Succumbs Mike S. Kapalos, 68 years of age, died Monday night at a local hospital. He had been confined to the hospital for treatment for some time. He lived at 722 Sixth street southwest and formerly worked at the Liberty cafe. Funeral arrangements have not been made but services will probably be held Thursday. The body is now at the Randall .funeral home. Mr. Kapalos is survived by a wife and four children, all of whom live in Greece. Mr. Kapalos was a resident of Mason City since 1914, when he came here from Greece. His nephew, Tom Barajeiares, lives in Mason City. Bliss Marinn Johnson, employed in the ready to wear department of The Merkei company, is in New York on business. She will return Monday. Preserve your sight and rest the eyes with our correct glasses. SMITH OPTICAL, CO .^2! E.STATE sr^. Come From Corwith. STILSON--Mr. and Mrs. Martin Waba and Francis Schneider, Cor- witty were guests of Mr. and Mrs Wilfred Cooney Sunday. Builds SturOy Heal' Plaintiff Wins Note Case on Local Court When Judge Joseph J. Clark overruled a motion for a directed verdict in favor of the defendant Monday afternoon, Garfield Breese attorney for the defendant, elected to stand on his motion arid did not put on any evidence. Judgment was entered for the plaintiff in the sum of $867.24. The case involved a note of the Kruggel Hardware company of Rockwell, which was guaranteed by the defendant, G. H. Overbeek. L. A. Andrew, receiver for the Farmers State bank of Rockwell, was the plaintiff. John Robinson represented the plaintiff. EVERY WOMAN NEEDS Dr.PIERCE'S Favorite Prescription AT At I OflUG STO/ffS "WHY PAY MORE? -- PHONE 834" STRICTLY FRESH, DOZEN EGGS COFFEE i AIt K1NDS ' 14c I POUND BUTTER Sir. 31o PORK CHOPS',:,,!," 1 18c ':;·"','. FLOUR49 Ibs. $1.55 LEAF LARD IOW ANA, 2 Pounds . LARGE, DOZEN PHONE 834 WE APPRECIATE YOUR ORDERS Phone fi'JS T7. S. Govt. Inspected Meats 105 So. Federal WEDNESDAY SPECIAL Pure Lard 100% PUKE, POUND . MEATY, FOUND . 9%c Hamburger Pork Steak FKESH-GKOtlND. POUND AUCTION at Fair Grounds, Mason City, la. Friday, February 6, 1931 Sale Starts at 12:30 P. M. Sharp This is a consiKriment sale, consisting of horses, cattle, HOKS, sheep, machinery and miscellaneous articles brought in for sale by your farm neighbors. 17 «» Head o£ Ileuses -- 17 This is a goorl bunch of well broke native horses', lister] by your neighbors. A few well matched pairs. 15 liead m ^ cl1 cows consisting of 3 fresh cows, and 12 heavy springers. 10 head yearling heifers and steers. 1 yearling Guernsey bull. \ 5 heac * Hampshire sows, due to farrow latter part of March, weight about 240 pounds. 5 head Poland China sows, weight about 260 pounds. 65 head good feeding pigs from 100' to 140 pounds. SHEEP: 1O head of br@d ewes Also several crates o£ chickens Farm Machinery 1 new John Deere two-row cultivator;! single row John Deere cultivator; 1 Keystone disc--20 wheels; 1 drag; 1 McCormick 5 it. mower; 1 wagon and rack; 1 Litchfield manure spreader; 1 Melotte cream separator, like new; 1 stake body for truck, one ton size. 150 bushels good No. 1 Irish Cobbler potatoes; Q% tons good tame hay. These are the exact listings up to date. Other articles are coming in daily and the list will be much larger at the time of sale. Listings will be accepted at Golden Oak Pool Hall, until noon Friday, February 6. Bring in what you have and get the cash. HARRY HOMRIG'S TRUCKING SERVICE. PHONE 3617. Farmer friends, you are invited. This is your sale. BILLIE SCHUTZE'S Lunch Service at Noon TERMS ARE CASH ORA BAYLESS Sales Manager and Auctioneer 1 '*,

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