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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, March 2, 1931
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j Hany Reed Home Robbed. ' WATERLOO, March 2. (#--The , residence of Harry Reed, recently named;United States attorney: for. this district, was among the homes or eight prominent families visited oy burglars who took small sums ' of money. MASON Cl'I* GLOBU-GAZLTIE Colfax Has $40,000 Fire. COLFAX, March 2. CSV-Damage estimated .at between $30,000 anc $40,000 .was caused by a,fire which destroyed the Fry Bottling company building. P. Y. Hall, manager, said the structure would be rebuilt. After Colds, Flu and Sickness rebuild your EN · 1H Every spring countless thousands take S.S.S.--the purely vegetable tonic--to build back their red-blood-cells so that they may have that new strength which makes for a keen appetite, firm flesh, a clear skin and greater resistance against infection and disease. You, too, will want to take S.S.S. for this very reason, Select the larger size as it holds double the quantity and represents a price saying. © s.s.s. Co. r i n g t a k e ' S. S. S. T o n i c Sisters Suffer Cough s --· - ·~ L - J ', ; . L "Both my little. girls--Joan and Ethel--caught a cough--'-one from the other. I had known S. B. Drops since I was a little girl--so I gave my youngsters Smith Brothers' Cough Syrup. It worked wonders. Joan got well in a few hours^-Ethel overnight. You cannot imagine how grateful -- how relieved I was!" Mrs. M. C. Searer, 1030 Hyde Park Blvd., Chicago. ' ' SMITH BROTHERS Triple Action COUGH SYRUP ENDS COUHS TH MEDICAL WAY MAKCH 2 1931 HAROLD HART, SWALEDALE, DIES Youtlt, 21,vl$ Survived by Parents,* Two Sisters and Brother. SWALEDALE, March 2--Harold Hart, 21, son of Mr. and.Mrs. Bob Hart, who died, here yesterday afternoon, will be buried Tuesday morning. Funeral services .will be held at the Catholic church. Mr Hart, who lived .two miles- east of here, had; be^n In poor health for some time and the past 'few days was in a critical condition. He is survived by his parents, two sisters and one brother. Unique Fire Truck at Oresco Aids in Fixing Pole Pulley CRESCO, March 2.--Cresco fire- wen are in'possession of a unique Stuck' and ,combination extension ladder, invented and built by th» late Laurenz Swenson several'years ago. The ladder is mounted on a heavy truck, is In five sections anj lap be extended by a windlass to a height of about 60 feet. The ladder has never been of much practical use in Cresco until recently when the roe in 'the-pulley at the top ot the flag pole got caught. The pola waa top Render to admit climbing. The extension ladder was used when one of the firemen, Arthur Eischeid, climbed to the top and fixed the pulley. . '.- ' .-- ' ' Bays Kestaurant at Woden. GARNER, March 2.--Sam Smith purchased the Elwiu Valley restaurant at Woden and has taken possession. Mr. Smith held a farm sale on the W. S. Pritchard farm recently. He farmed near Garner for six years. Quality, Style, Service. MANLEY'S ' Facts Only Truth Always XV- I/'/ ^ In Our Display r Window Tonight! i · . ' ' · A Marvelous Miniature of the National Capitol at Washington Built of Thousands of Cakes of Fine ROYAL CUTICLE BEAUTIFIER SOAP A Famous 25c Beauty Soap Special This Week In This Introductory Sale i ' To introduce in Mason City this famous Royal Cuticle Beautifier toilet soap, Manley s is presenting tonight a marvelous display . . . and Tuesday a marvelous selling offer! Just lOc a bar for this clean,'pure, soothing soap that leaves the hands and; face soft and satiny. Every Mason City Child Should See the Remarkable : Display This Week . In our window^tonight and all this week, you'll see a gorgeous display--a replica of the Rational Capitol--built entirely of this gleaming white soap! It's a sight worth coming miles to see a sight no Mason . City, child'. . . or grown-up for that matter . . . should rmss! Read_This Unusual Introductory Offer! Royal Cuticle Beautifier soap is famous elsewhere. It has never been sold in Mason City under the same name, but is sold everywhere under another trademark at 25c a cake! Instead of giving small free samples the manufacturers permit us during this event to sell a 25c cake for just lOc and not more than 6 to a customer. SEE THE DISPLAY! TRY THIS WONDERFUL SOAP! Manley's are exclusive agents for this famous beauty product in Cerro Gordo, Franklin, Hancock and Worth Counties. BARBER, DON'T CUT HIM! Let this be a warning: to all barbers who shave governors. C. H. Ki §S s proprietor of the tonsorial parlor In the Oklahoma state capitol, at Oklahoma City, accidentally nicked the chin of Gov. William (Alfalfa Bill) Murray. The governor rushed from the chair, dripping lather and denouncing the barber. A few days later Klggs received notice his lease had. been canceled and he would have to move. Photo shows Riegs shaving a customer. · . DAIRYMEN WILL MEET IN DULUTH Work of Cow Testing Groups Will Be Recognized at Sessions. DULUTH, March 2. (7PI--One of the .largest gatherings of dairying and farm authorities ever heM in the northwest is scheduled lor Du- liith March 20 when dairymen of three states will be here for the fourth annual tri-state dairy congress,, held in recognition of the past year's achievements in dairy lerd improvement thru the work of cow-testing associations. The program,being arranged for :he congress wilt bring speakers of state, national and international renown. Governors of Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan, a. member of lie federal farm board, the commissioners of agriculture of the three states and numerous others of note n the agricultural world have been nvited to address the congress. The nine champion dairymen»of the cut-over -regions of Cloyerland, which embraces northern Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan, will be iionored at the congress, as will tti-T leaders of high herds in the various counties of these states. HERE and THERE Are Garner Guests.. GARNER--Mr. and Mrs. Joe ^ritsch and family of Faribault, nn., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sinclair of Owatomm, Minn., came Sunday for a visit in the Fred Fritsch. home. Entertains at Bridge. CORWITH--Mr. and Mrs. George Dxley entertained 20 guests at bridge Friday evening. Recovers From Operation. ROCK FALLS--Ben Kendrew, :hree miles southwest of town, who was operated on at Mercy hospital Thursday for appendicitis, ia doing as well as can be expected. Is Guest at Aredale. AREDALE--Pearl Steeley of Evanston, 111., is spending- a few days with his aunt, Mrs. A. D. Allen. Goes to Illinois. CORWITH--Fay Scace drove to Warren, 111., Saturday to visit relatives. He was accompanied by his mother, Mrs. Lillie . Scace of Prlmghar. 500 Party Is Held. RUDD--Messrs, and Mesdames John Loterbour, William Hans, Arnold Jones, Louis Lacoste, and George Koch enjoyed a 500 party at the Jack Utter home. Come From 'Dubuque. AREDALE--Mr. and Mrs. Art Bandy and children of Dubuque and Mrs. Harold Steers: and son of Evanston, 111., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hopkins. Visit at Ames. GARNER--Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Carr and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Steiff motored to Ames to visit Harvey Steiff, student, and Miss Margaret Carr, teacher in the schools at Walnut. Win Two Firsts. LAKOTA--At the declamatory contest held at Titonka, Lakota took two firsts. Norman Frerkinjr in dramatic and William Clemans in oratorical. . Move at Plymouth. PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hugi are moving from the William Worley home to Mrs. Mae Butts' farm east of town. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Dunton are moving to the J. Smith farm north of town. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Byington are moving to a farm near Lyle, Minn. Go to Cedar Falls. ROCK FALLS--Mrs. 1 Lillis Mommer, daughter, Margy, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brodrecht, went to Cedar Falls Friday afternoon to spend the week-end with their sister and daughter, Mrs. Floyd Sargent. Newspaper circulations have jumped in Russia. But, of course, that's where newspapers really are Red.--Wichita Beacon. SCARVILLE MAN KILLS HIMSELF Ole Folken Drops Dead in Lake Mills Restaurant; Took Poison. LAKE MILLS, March 2--Ole Folken, Scarville, committed suicide here Saturday by taking poison He bought the poison at a local drugstore and then went to the home of relatives with whom he waa visiting where it is thot he tobk the poison. About 20 minutes later he walked into a local restaurant and dropped dead. He was visiting Joe and Edith Helgeson Folken lived in Scarville practically all his life. He is survived by two daughters, both of Thompson, and several brothers. His wife preceded him in death four years' ago. . Spanish War Vet Dies. F 1 AIRFIELD, March 2.--John H. Stucket, 58, Center township clerk' and a veteran . of the Spanish- American ,war, died at his home. Surviving are the iwidow and three daughters. , · . . - " · Greene Pastor Wins $ 100 Prize on Paper GREENE,. March 2.--In "Church Business," an interdenominational paper on church methods, a contest was held asking pastors to submit papers on "How My Church Promotes the Cause of Missions," and the Rev. William J. Grosshelm, pastor of the local Presbyterian church, won first prize of 5100. He told what his church does in promoting the work of missions. DR. SCHALIENBERGER Specialist in Rectal and Chronic diseases will make his next monthly visit to i MASON CITY, Hotel Cerro Gordo, Friday, March 6th. From 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. and Thursday evening, March 5th from 7 to 9 p. m. 881st visit. Dr. Shallenberger is a very successful specialist who has had 30 years experience in the treatment of Rectal diseases, and chronic nervous and special diseases of men, women and children, and has a large list of satisfied patients. Piles Curable Without Surgery. By easy, non-confining office treatment. In a few easy treatments tlie Piles are gone. If you .have itching, bleeding, blind or protruding Piles do not neglect the condition or if you are suffering from Stomach, Bowel, Liver, Heart, Nerve, Skin or other chronic trouble such as Rheumatism, Goiter, Catarrh, Kidney or Bladder trouble, it will pay you to see Dr. Shallenberger and' get his opinion regarding same. Examination free. Address letters to-Wilbert Shallenberger, M. D. 768 Oakwood Blvd. ·;.'.- ;;··':"', GWcago,,IH. i'ir'v'J'.':','- 1 :.-. Wear smaller undergarments A clever tuck that eliminates bagginess, and yet gives complete freedom, enables the average woman to enjoy, a full size smaller garment, when she wears Kickernick. I j Examine for yourself our fine stock of these garments/J Kickernick... Stylist Is Here Miss Eleanor Donaldson, stylist of the Kickernick Company, is here Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday to show you why a Kickernick Is the perfect fitting undergarment. Special effort is being made at this time to properly serve our customers. A very complete stock on hand. I Dance with JIMMIE JOY AND HIS BRUNSWICK RECORDING ORCHESTRA His own band . . . "Jimmie's Sole Killers" . . . now recording for Brunswick. Past 2% years under management of Music · Corporation of America. Recently at Muehlebach Hotel, Kansas City. MASON CITY ARMORY FRIDAY, MARCH 6 · . · · · w- J Public Support Makes Possible the TYLER-RYAN FURNITURE CO. 215 N. FEDERAL AVE. announcement of an IMPROVEMENT AND ENLARGEMENT CAMPAIGN -- We have just completed the .remodeling of the Basement of our store which doubles the floor space. Public support and approval, -a steady increase in business makes this move a necessary one. This will enable us to present larger and finer displays in furniture. Living Room Suites -- j Select your new Living Room Suite from our display of over 200, fully guaranteed suites. Wonderful construction coupled with new style and beauty assures you of the maximum in satisfaction. Dining Room Suites -- / We showing a carefully selected stock of good sound Dining Suites, values worthy of the consideration of the most thrifty or particular buyer. We have no carry-over stock--everything is new! Bed Room Suites -- You will enjoy seeing our comprehensive offering of fine Bedroom Suites.' A style for every type of room, and a value to meet every price requirement. 19E1 is a good year in which to invest in Furniture. 1

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