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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 10 1936 Mason City's Calendar March 17, 18, 19 and 20--Mason City Globe-Gazette's annual free cooking school at high school auditorium. JIarch 20--Annual stag party of Clausen-Worden post of the Legion at armory. April 14-16--Mason City building and home furnishing show at high school gymnasium. Here In Mason City Gal glazed stone ware Chick feeders, ~29c. Mason City Hardware. The March educational meeting of the northeastern district of the Iowa State Association of Optometrists will be held under the direction of Dr. J. H. Lepper, chairman, Thursday evening at 7:30 p. m., in Dr. Lepper's office. Rent OUT floor sander. Reasoii- ahle rates at Boomhower's. New .Spring; Snits and Topcoats. Buy them on our "Budget Plan"-pay $5 down . . . split the balance over 10 weeks and that's all. Abel 6 Son, Inc. The seventh grade reserves of the Roosevelt school held a meeting with their leader, Mrs. T. B; Ferguson, and planned exhibits which will -be entered in the hobby show to be held April 1, 2, 3 and 4 at the Y. W. C. A. Kitz Hotel dine and dance. Juicy steaks, chicken, fish and oysters. Music every night by "Joe" and "Lil"--free check room. Central Lutheran brotherhood planned a meeting for 8 o'clock Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ask, 919 Adams avenue northwest. Sick of being sick? See Drs. K. Jand Lucy Garner, chiropractic and electric treatments. 809 N. Fed. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Bost', 323 Carolina avenue southeast, left. Sunday on a motor trip to Corpus Christi, Texas, where they will spend two weeks visiting Mr. Best's father. . . Kent our waxers and floor sanding machine. We'll deliver. R. S. Shepherd Wallpaper. Ph. 1362. Birth c«rtificates have been filed for James Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald James Burns, 914 Sixth street southwest, born Feb. 20; Margaret Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Snook, 203 Monroe avenue southwest, born Feb. 20; Gordon Wesley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Arnold Rezab, Central ^Heights, born Feb. 24, and Helen - Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Er. ;;-vta Fred. Ziegler, 121 Crescent drive, born Feb. 5. Diamond Honey-Krushed Wheat Bread is now approved by Good Housekeeping Bureau. The fourth of a series o{ free haircutting activities sponsored by the barber s of Mason City m conjunction with their agreement with the city council, will be held at the Y. M. C. A. Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. The free haircuts are given to underprivileged children. School, teachers and principals co- .operate with the barbers in the selection of these children. Monarch All-Malleable coal and ·wood ranges. The cheapest buy, in the long run! Mason City Hardware Co. Plans for the Hobby Show, which will be held April 1, 2, 3 and 4, were completed Monday evening by the Boys Work committee, which met with chairman E. H. Wagner at the Y. M. C. A. Plans were also made for the activities of early and late spring and summer and the Y. M. C. A. camp which will be held at Clear Lake, June 26 to July 3 inclusive. Janitor Hurries Up Burglars and They Miss Part of Loot SIOUX CITY, -UB--Though bur. glare obtained 5500 in cash and securities from, a safe in the real estate office here of H. M. Herman, police said Knute Anderson, building janitor, forced them to flee so hurriedly they overlooked other money ana securities In the safe. Anderson heard the . robbers pounding on the safe and started to investigate. The robbers, hearing him, fled out of the building. STOP GETTING UP NIGHTS LOOK AND FEEL YOUNGER Keep your kidneys free from waste matter, poisons and acid, and put healthy activity into kidneys and bladder and you'll live a healthier, happier and longer life. One most efficient and harmless way to do this is to get from your druggist a 35-cent box of Gold Medal Haarlem Oil Capsules and take them as directed--the swift results will surprise you. Besides getting up nights, some symptoms of kidney trouble are backache, moist palms, leg cramps, and puffy eyes. If you want real results, be sure to get GOLD MEDAL--the original and genuine --a grand kidney stimulant and diuretic--right from Haarlem in Holland. Give your kidneys a good cleaning once in a while. PRESENT TESTIMONY IN McNIDER ESTATE CLAIM EVIDENCE BEING TAKEN IN FORM OF DEPOSITIONS Judge Beardmore Sustains Defense Motion on Law Question of Case. Plaintiffs' attorneys in the ?2,300,000 suit brought by Attorney F. A. Ontjes and 60 other stockholders in the Northwestern States Portland Cement company of West Virginia against Manford MacNicler and Mrs. May H. McNider as trustees, of the Charles H. McNider estate proceeded Tuesday to make a showing to the court that certain circumstances existed following the death of Mr. McNider in 1928 and justified the failure on the part of plaintiffs to file the claim against the estate within a year, of Mr. McNider's death. This procedure began Monday afternoon after Judge T. A. Beardmore sustained a defense motion to have the plaintiffs make this showing before allowing the case to be heard before a jury. The jury panel has been excused for the remainder of the court term, subject to call. Taken as Depositions. The bulk of the testimony during this hearing is in the form of voluminous depositions taken from tee plaintiff stockholders. at various times since the filing of the action by Mr. Ontjes in August, 1931. Under the law, claims against estates which are not properly filed within one year following the death of the decedent are outlawed under the statute of limitations, unless it is shown unusual circumstances prevented filing within the one year period. One of the allegations of the plaintiffs is that, during the time C. H. McNider was a trustee for the Northwestern States Portland Cement .company, he acquired for the company, as trustee, a ninth interest in the La Salle Portland Cement company, which, it is claimed, made a. 12 per cent net profit during the seven month period after this stock was acquired by C. H; McNider as trustee. Owned Third Interest. Then, the plaintiff's claim, in a meeting attended by C. H. McNider in his capacity of trustee for the Northwestern States Portland Cement company on Jan. 13, 1920, the Sandusky Cement company, which already owned a third Interest jn the La Salle company, offered to buy up the remaining two-thirds of the latter company. In a reciproca- tive proposition later consummated, however, "the plaintiffs claim that the Sandusky company sold its stock in the LaSalle company, McNider acquiring half of it, or one- third interest in the company, subsequently selling it at a large profit. Plaintiffs therefore allege that, inasmuch as McNider was at the time of this purchase and sale a trustee for the Northwestern States Portland Cement company, the transaction was effected as a result of its position and influence as trustee and involved the ninth interest in the LaSalle company, stock owned by the Northwestern States Portland Cement company but held in trust by him. It is claimed by the plaintiffs that the company had a right to this stock but received none of the profits from the transaction. In Alpha Company. In a further claim, the plaintiffs contend that McNider acquired a large interest in the Alpha Portland Cement company from Charles Boettcher, whose son was involved as a victim in the highly publicized Denver kidnaping case a few years ago. This purchase was made by McNider, the plaintiffs allege, to equalize his holdings in the Alpha company with those of Boettcher. It is further claimed that in making this equalization, the Northwestern States Portland Cement company's stock in the Alpha company, held in trust for the company by McNider but listed in McNider's name, was figured in as belonging to McNider. The remainder of the $2,300,000 sought is made up in gifts, donations and bonuses allegedly awarded to McNider by the Northwestern States Portland Cement company for his services as director and trustee. Built Original Mill.. The deposition of W. H. L. Me- Courtie, who, with W. F. Cowham built the original cement mill here which later became the Northwestern States Portland Cement company, was read in court Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning. McCourtie was a director of the company here until 1929, during which year he was president. Tuesday, following the reading of more depositions, Mrs. Ruth Stockman Johnson, wife of a Fort Dodge attorney, was called to the stand for direct examination by Attorney Ontes. Mrs. Johnson was a former Mason City resident and has been a stockholder in the Northwestern States Portland Cement company for 30 years. Testimony and evidence introduced so far has indicated that the stockholders called upon as witnesses had no knowledge of the existence of any of the facts alleged by the plaintiffs until the time of the filing of the suit, in 1931, three years after C. H. McNider's death, it is upon this the plaintiffs base their allegation they have an equitable reason for coming into court with a claim despite the expiration of the statutory time of one year. I Federal Income Tax" DEDUCTIONS FOR OTHER EXPENSES NO. 30. NO. 29. Deductions fur losses other than from sale or exchange of capital losses. Deductions for losses are divided into four classes, and to be allowed must follow closely the wording of the income tax law. Losses are deductible if incurred (1) in the taxpayer's trade, business, or profession; (2) in any transaction entered into for profit; (3) from fires, storms, shipwreck or other casualties, or from theft; and (4) from wagering transactions. Business losses result, usually, from the purchase and sale of merchandise. Such losses usually are ascertained by means of inventories, which are required whenever in the opinion of the commissioner of internal revenue their use is. necessary to determine the income of any taxpayer. The term "transaction entered into for profit" means any kind of business proposition: For example, a taxpayer purchases an automobile to be used solely for business purposes, and which is sold at a loss. As this is a business proposition from start to finish, the loss is deductible. But if he had purchased the automobile to be used for pleasure or convenience, the deduction would not be allowed; it was not a transaction entered into for profit. A loss sustained in the theft of an automobile purchased for pleasure or convenience is deductible, as it falls in class 3. If, because of faulty driving but not of "willful negligence," an automobile maintained for pleasure is damaged, the taxpayer may claim the loss sustained, as'it comes within the meaning of the word "casualty." Where damages result from the faulty driving of an automobile with which the automobile of the taxpayer collides, the loss occasioned the taxpayer likewise is deductible. Losses from wagering transactions, whether legal or illegal, are deductible,, only to the extent of gains from such transactions. The excess of such losses over the gains is not deductible. All losses are deductible only to the extent to which they are not compensated for by insurance or otherwise. FIRST-AID WEEK BEING OBSERVED Local Druggists Promoting Movement of Safety in Home. The observance of first-aid week, with its life and limb saving mission, started Monday in Mason City under the sponsorship of eight local druggists. With observance being noted in the activities of schools, chambers of commerce, service clubs, boys' and girls' organizations and in the nation's 60,000 drug stores, this "week" takes its place alongside many other educational endeavors intended to promote public well-being, it was stated by the sponsors. Prepare for Emergency. The slogan, "Prepare f o r Emergency," states the specific purpose of this year's activity. The need for first-aid information and materials in the home is dramatically pointed out by John W. Dargavel, secretary of the National Association of Retail Drug-gists, who says: "The popular conception that the home is a haven of safety and refuge is false. Last year more than 80.000 persons lost their lives in homes through accidentsand infections following accidents. Home accident deaths are increasing each year, while loss of life in the industries, which are well equipped to give first aid treatments, is steadily decreasing. To Prevent Suffering. "It is the aim and hope of everyone interested in public welfare that first-aid week this year will contribute some little bit at least to the prevention of suffering and the saving of life." Mason City druggists sponsorin, the event are: Adams Drug company, 102 North Federal avenue. Casey Drug company, 335 South Federal avenue. - Ford-Hopkins Drug store, 13 North Federal avenue. Huxtable Drug company, 116 South Federal avenue. Walgreen Drag store, 103 North Federal avenue. Michael Drug company, 5 South Federal avenue. Weed's pharmacy, 403 North Fed- era.1 avenue. WATER REPORTED RISING WITH ICE STILL IN RIVERS No Danger Yet, Say Officers, But It's Going Up an Inch an Hour. Although the past mild weather has been unable to break up the ice in Willow creek or the Winnebago river through Mason City, water was reported running over the surface of the ice Tuissu*y afternoon. About three feet of water was reported running over the surface of the- ice in Willow creek but it was still within its banks except for a low place in Wildwood. No danger of flood here was reported Tuesday, however, after a check by Fire Chief Dan Shire, Chief of Police Harold Wolfe and other officials of the city who made a tour of places situated where floods have in the past caused damage. Since 11 o'clock Monday morning the water running over ice in the Winnebago river had risen 8 inches by 11 o'clock Tuesday morning and was reported as rising at the rate of an inch an hour Tuesday afternoon. The gradual thawing and freezing has held back surface water in small ponds and pools in many places and kept it from rushing directly to the streams. 200 CHICKENS KILLED IN FIRE Overheated Stove in Brooder House Believed Cause of Blaze. More than 200 young chickens were killed in a fire which broke out in a one story brick and mill brooder house owned by Roy L. Meier, 742 Twelfth street northeast, about 6:20 o'clock Tuesday morning. An overheated brooder stove was the cause of the fire. Two booster lines and a line of 1V« inch hose were used. Firemen worked at the fire for one hour and 13 minutes. Harry Abbott Rites Held Here; B u r i a l at Elmwood Cemetery Funeral services for Harry Abbott, 67, who died at a local hospital Friday following a brief illness, were held at the Meyer funeral home Monday afternoon, with the Rev. David L. Kratz, pastor of the Church of Christ, in charge of services. Burial was at Elmwood cemetery. Mrs. Don Wells sang "The City Foursquare" and "Abide With Me." She was accompanied by Ruth Stevens. Pallbearers were Marvin Powell, Lou Raymond, Art Harris, Dave Evans, Paul Loomis and John Balfanz. Most Mason Township Directors Re-Elected Edgar Haight was elected school director from district No. 7 in Mason township Monday. The other four directors were re-elected as follows: No. 3, Merle Avery; No. 8, Alfred Diercks; No. 9, Ed Stork, and No. 4, George Streeter. AT THE HOSPITALS Seven Year Old Boy Struck by Car as He Rushed Out of Alley Charles Austin, 7 year old son of Mrs. and Mrs. Howard Austin, 707 East State street, was struck by a car driven by Evere'tt Wolter, 1004 North Federal avenue, about 4:45 o'clock Monday afternoon at Commercial alley and First street south- cast when the Austin boy rushed cut in front of the car with other boys. The boy was taken to the Park , hospital, where he was examined r.nd dismissed when found he was I not injured The property relief act provides that certain income shall be exempt from the state income tax. These items include: (1) Capital gains and profits, arising from the sale or exchange of real or personal property of the taxpayer. This refers only to the sale or exchange of capital assets, as distinguished from property purchased and held for resale. ( 2 ) Proceeds of an ordinary life _nsurance policy paid by reason pf the death of the insured. (3) Amounts received under a Jfe insurance, endownment annuity contract which represent a return to the taxpayer of the cost of such oolicy, or of its Jan. 1, 1934 jalue, plus subsequent cost. (4)--Property acquired by gift, bequest, devise or descent. But the ncome from such property is taxable. (5) Interest upon obligations of the United States, or its possessions, agencies, or instrumentalities, exempted from state taxation by federal law. U. S. Salaries Too. (6)--Salaries, wages, pensions and other compensation received from the United States by officials, employes, or veterans thereof, which are or shall be exempt from state taxation by federal law. This exemption of salaries, wages, and other compensation applies only to officers and employes of the federal government who are employed in ;onnection with essential govern- lental functions. It does not apply n cases where the employment is not in connection with essential governmental functions, where the employment is temporary or "part- time," or if the compensation is paid on a per diem, commission, r contract basis. Exemption is also given of the rental value of a dwelling house furnished to a minister of the gos- jel as a part of his compensation, where he is in charge of a congre- -atioa. J. Leu, 319 Third street northwest, was admitted to the Park hos- ptial Monday for a minor operation. Mrs. Orlando Eelseth, 410 Sixth street southwest, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Monday following a minor operation. John Hugelin, Leland, was admitted to the Park hospital Monday for treatment. John Jenrich, Swaledale, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Monday for a major operation. Alma Johnson, 1007 Tyler avenue northwest, was dismissed from the Park hospital Monday following a minor operation. A son weighing 8 pounds 7V, ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Tietjcn. route 4. at the Mercy hospital Monday. Miss Dclphia Hays, 926 Washington avenue northwest, was dismissed from the Park hospital Monday following treatment. Jesse Field, 1135 First street southwest, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Monday for, treatment. Mrs. William Holmlund and infant son, were dismissed from the Park hospital Monday. George Evans, 807 Fifth street southeast, was admitted to the Mer- Cv hospital Monday for treatment. W. F. Badker. IS Fifth street northeast, was dismissed from the Park hospital Monday following treatment. Raymond Friebe, Fenton, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Tuesday for a minor operation. A daughter weighing 7 pounds 2 ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rothamel. Burchinal, at the Park hospital Monday. Visit in DCS Moiiics. CHAP1N--Mr. and Mrs. Joe Boots were Sunday visitors with the lat ter's brother, Mr. and Mrs. George Hcmm in DCS Moines. YOUR IOWA INCOME TAX Prepared for Iowa Daily Press Association by State Board of Assessment and Review. INCREASE FELT IN FARM LABOR Office Hours Set by lov/a Employment Service. The local office of the Iowa State Employment service would like to call the attention of the residents of Cerro Gordo county to their established hours, Frank Ball, manager, stated. Tuesday. New applications for employment are taken every, morning from 8 to 12 o'clock, the only exception being by special appointment. Renewals and re-registrations will be accepted any time up to 2 p. m. "These hours are established in order to give the personnel the opportunity of spending as much time as possible in calling on employers in the. interest of those looking for work;" said Mr. Ball. "Employers are urged to call or visit the office any time during the day to place orders for workers. "The office is pleased with the decided increase in the number of farmers who are calling for farm hands and invites all those needing additional help to notify the office in the Bagley Beck building at 20% S. Federal avenue. Knipp Forfeits $25 Bond; Four Others Are Fined $10 Each Albert Knipp, Waterloo, forfeited a 525 bond before Police Judge Morris Laird Tuesday. The bond was posted when Knipp was arrested at 119 South Federal avenue about 11 o'clock Monday evening: on a charge of intoxication. He had also been fighting at the place of his arrest. Frank Bell, Highwood, HI., was fined $10 and costs on a similar charge. He was arrested at Second street and South Federal avenue about 6:10 o'clock Monday evening. Thomas F. Coleman, Grover C. Reagan and William R. Flood, all of the transient farm, were fined $10 and costs each on charges of intox- ixation. Coleman and Reagan were arrested at Twenty-fifth street and North Federal avenue and Flood was arrested in front of 112 South Federal avenue. COUNTY BENEFIT PAYMENT TOTAL 6Y AAA $876,000 Amounts Received by North Iowa Counties Listed in Program. During the period from May 12, 1933 through Dec. 31, 1935, farmers in Cerro Gordo county received a total of 5876,110 in rental and benefit payments from the agricultural adjustment administration. Inasmuch as no rental and benefit payments have been made since Jan. 6, this includes practically the entire rental and benefit payments made by the AAA. All 99 counties received payment in the corn hog program, 97 counties received wheat payments and nine counties, Cerro Gordo, Floyd, Franklin, Hancock, Worth, Kossuth, Mitchell and Winnebago, received sugar payments. A total of $93,292,030.60 was received in the state during the entire period in the following commodity divisions of the AAA program: Wheat S 1,123,157.83 Corn-Hogs 91,929,517.75 Sugar 239.355.02 An analysis of the expenditures of the department of agriculture indicates that with the exception of Texas, which received ?132,776.927.75 in rental and benefits, Iowa led all states in rental and benefit payments during the life of AAA. Kansas and Nebraska follow with Kansas receiving 586,755,192 and Nebraska 557,634,849. North Iowa AAA rental and benefit payments from May 12, 1933 through December 31: Kossuth $1,757,668 Hardin 1,121,970 Wright 1,119,513 Franklin ' 1,105,261 Hancock 1,001,179 Palo Alto 937,477 Fayette 905,540 Butler 883,395 Winneshiek 880,395 Cerro Gordo 876,110 Humboldt 817,149 Winnebago 706,324 Floyd '667,230 Emmet 613,152 Mitchell 604,569 Chickasaw 597,934 Bremer 581,338 Worth 553,733 Allamakee 487,340 Howard 476,905 CHURCHES PLAN MASS MEETING Ministerial Association Is Sponsoring Event at H. S. Sunday. On Sunday afternoon, inter-faith Good-Will Day will be observed by a community mass meeting in the high school auditorium at 2:30 This local conference, promoted by the Ministerial association of Mason City has for its purpose the promotion of better understanding 1 among Catholics, Protestants and Jews. The theme for the afternoon is: "Inter-Faith Brotherhood: How Can it Be Achieved. There will be speakers for each of the three groups who will discuss briefly the contribution which each separate faith can make to this end. This is the second inter-faith gathering held in Mason City and the community is cordially invited to attend. Lenten Supper to Be Held Wednesday The second supper meeting of the Lenten season at the First Congregational church will be held Wednesday night at 6:30 to 8 o'clock. Mrs. J. W. Lorenz 1 division will be in charge. Guests coming have been requested to bring sandwiches. All who attend the supper are expected to remain for the meeting which follows. Following the general theme: "Questions Men Are Asking About Religion," the topic for Wednesday night will be: "What Do We Mean by Spirituality?" A discussion will follow the presentation of the theme by the pastor. Activities will be over by 8 p. m. The public has been invited. Cerro Gordo Gets Share of Semi-Annual School Distribution Cerro Gordo county received Tuesday a warrant for $1,853.40 from C. B. Murtagh, state comptroller. It was the county's semiannual share of the permanent school fund. Warrants totaling 8103,775.43 were sent out by the comptroller to the counties of the state. The county allocations are based on little less than 14.37 cents for each youth of school age in the county. The counties divide the money among the school districts on the same ratio. ALBERT LEA TO HEAR ORCHESTRA Exelyn Cheesman Will Play Solo in Out-of-Town Concert Sunday. A concert will be presented Sunday afternoon at Albert Lea by the Mason City Civic orchestra. This will mark the second out of town appearance of the organization this season, a program having been given earlier at Hampton. Miss Evelyn Cheesman will be the soloist Sunday afternoon, playing a violin concerto with the orchestra. The concert at Albert Lea is being Sponsored by the Albert Lea Civic orchestra, an organization which has been developed the past couple of years by J. M. Power, who is also conductor of the local orchestra. . A rehearsal of the orchestra will be held Wednesday evening instead of the regular Tuesday session, because of conflict with school dates, the municipal band relinquishing its regular Wednesday night rehearsal. FISH SPECIMENS WILL BE SHOWN Alexandria, Minn., Group to Visit Mason City Saturday. With speciments of stuffed and mounted fish caught in their terri- :ory and with pictorial evidence of the desirability of their area, a caravan of 20 Alexandria, Minn., men will invade this city on Saturday to tell the citizens of Mason City of the wonders of Alexandria's park region and its thousands of lakes. According to reports, many Mason City families have visited this little Minnesota resort city during oast summers. Armed with the names of these families, the caravan will attempt to contact them for manifold purposes, to thank them for their patronage, to receive suggestions, .to examine newly discovered commercial secrets, to gain a more complete knowledge of what is expected of a summer resort, and to invite more Mason City families to Alexandria's park region. The leader of the caravan, Leland Wright, stated that the "Friendship Tour" was organized with a view toward informing persons of Alexandria's park region as a summer resort. While here, the party will headquarter at Hotel Hanford and the Chamber of Commerce, TWO MASON CITY PROJECTS AMONG THOSE HELD UP Junior High School, Swimming Pool in "Lack of Funds" Group. The proposed junior high school, for which a federal grant of 5135,000 was sought, and a municipal swimming pool, on which the city sought 514,850 of government money, are among the 100 Iowa PWA project .applications still pending with the public works administration, according to an announcement made Tuesday. These projects are additional to the 65 Iowa projects which PWA has approved, for which no allocations have been made because of the lack of funds. It would cost an estimated 512,732,450 to complete these 100 projects. The location and type of the approved projects which now await allocation of funds were announced Monday by PWA at the request of the senate. The North Iowa projects, approval of which still is pending, are; Location Type Estimated Cost Hampton, Elec-Distr $204,000 Bancroft, paving 38.181 Buffalo Center, paving .... 29,000 Joice, school add 12,727 Mclntire, gym 17,270 Elkader, swimming pool ... 20,000 Mason City, school 300,000 Postville, storm sewer 25.500 Grafton, waterworks 22,130 Butler county, highways ... 184.900 Bremer, light plant 110,000 Floyd county, bridge 38,300 Clay county, jail 25,300 Franklin county, highways 88,000 Bremer county, highways .. 33,000 Mason City, swimming pool 33,000 Rockwell, aud-g-ym 17.700 CARS COLLIDE. A car driven by L. Lightbody, 502 Fifteenth street northwest, collided with a car driven by Fred Williams, 317 Twenty-fifth street southeast, at Fifth street and South Federal avenue about 6:30 o'clock Monday evening. The accident occurred as Mr. Lightbody started his car after stopping for a streetcar while passengers boarded it. Electric Motor Repairing By Experienced Men New Motors Bought and Sold Zaek Bros, ELECTRIC CO. 306 Second S. W. Phone 977 STRENGTHEN THE BLADDER MAKE THIS 25c TEST Bring lots of boiled or distilled water If irritation causes getting up nights, frequent desire, scanty flow, burning or backache. You know what bard water does to a Lea- fettle. Drive out cxtxss acids and deposit* with fcuchu leaves, juniper oil, etc., made into green tablets called Bukets. the bladder lax. Works on the bladder similar to castor oil on the bowels. In (our days, if not pleased, any druggist will refund your 25c. Michael Drug Co. Huxtablc Drug Co. For Sale USED BRICK 250,000 Fire Brick 500,000 Common Brick SEE A. Car! at Power' Plant of Lehigh Portland Cement Company--or write Fort Dodge Iron Metal Company Fort Dodge, Iowa Frozen Sewer Thawed Out. DECORAH--The frozen sewer. on East Water street which has caused so much trouble for the past week or so, is now thawed out. Carl Selland, sewer inspector, has had an extra crew of men working on the pipes. PEOPLE who hove tested Fireside Fuels over o period of years find them to be the most economical in the long run and by for the most satisfactory. FUEL 0. Phone 888 DIXIE BLOCK COAL $6.5® Per Ton Exclusive but NOff Expensive. Call us for prices ot other Coal. Dixie Block Coal Co. Phone 715 526 Second St N. W. Authorized Genuine Carter and Stromberg Parts Battery and Electric Service 110 S. Delaware Phone SIS Have Your SPRING CLEANING DONE by the firm that gives Quality Cleaning end Courteous Service MODEL-UNIQUE CLEANERS PHONE 49 Are You Trusting to Luck * About Your RUPTURE, You are doing just that if you are unconcerned whether you have the proper truss, correctly fitted or not, -but wear anything, putting it on carelessly in the morning and -- trusting to luck. Don't take such chances. You may be making your condition worse. Be sure by having our expert Truss Fitter examine you. We fit Akron Trusses exclusively and guarantee each to hold the rupture. Private fitting room. 5 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. THONE 89 AUTHORIZED EXCLUSIVE AKRON TRUSS FITTERS

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