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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, March 6, 1931
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16 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 6 1931 CRYASTL CAFE ; 9 North.Federal Ave. SPECIAL Chicken Dinner Saturday ......^.. - TRY OUR HOMMADE !;·-. . ; , ' .CANDIES There Are Other definitions of Super Service, perhaps, but we like to think o£ it as that New Type of Filling Station activity, which -jnakes the Car Owner feel that he has received the 'required .attention, quicker, better and safer than he ever received it before. Drive Into Our- : Station'at East State and · ; Penn and let us serve you. OIL CO. "par Business Is Growing Thanks to You" RESiNOL"HEALED EVERYPIMPLE" Write* Miss King A'Eor some years I have had a rough and pimply skin. I tried rmany kinds of skin lotions and ·creams, but none of them seemed : to do any good. One day I saw your advertisement for Resin ol I Ointment and sent for a sample. J The results were so good, I bought , *L full sixs Jar. It cleared away tho redness and-roughness, and healed : every pimple. Now I always keep t a jar on hand, and am glad to p£ss [along a good -word for Resinol." (SiBtwd)--Miss Julia Klug, toyal; Wfc, Ijf your Bfciji la not fruh, smooch «nd on. blemished .btgin today to u*e Rutaol Olnt- znent andReainbloo*p--the treatment ' {""ed-PY xniny with aJmxinc raceeM. Sold *»«UdrtlKMts. Simple free. Write Re*- inolDept, 81, Baltimore^ Md, MUSIC CONTESTS BEGIN MARCH 26 Students Will Compete i Several Schools in North Iowa. IOWA CITY, March 6.--Openin notes in the campaign for, stat music championships will b sounded in 39 contest centers Marc 26, 27 and 28, with about 30,000 hlg school pupils ; in competition. These sub-district Contests, en tered by .408 schools and involvin both individual and group compel; tion, will be followed April 9, 10 an 11 by six district affairs. The University of Iowa, in turn will become the mecca for the dis trict champion and runnerup i each of 45 contests when some 3,50 boys and girls, enter the state festi val May 7, 8 and 9. None of the other five contest of the Iowa High school music as sociation attracted schools in sue] great numbers. The former record 370 schools, was created by the en rollment in the 1930 meet. ; Champions crowned in each even in the first round affairs will movt. forward to the district meets. Sites of these district qualifying contests are Ida Grove, Estherville, Oelwein Sigpurney, Newton and Red Oak. With the central district having the 'greatest number of contestint schools; 81 in ali, these are tBe centers of sub-district events: Northeast--Charles City, Decorah Manchester, Maquoketa, Waterloo VMton. Southeast--Fairfield, DeWitt, Port Madison, Oskaloosa. North central--Lake City, Stanhope, Mason City, Plover, Belmnt Humboldt, Spencer, Armstrong Ledyard. Northwest--.Odebolt, Harris, Le- Mars, Onawa, Paullina. . Southwest -- Denison, Council Bluffs, Clarinda, Creston, Osceola, Audubon, Paton. Central--Ames, Perry, Stuart, Marshalltown, Grinnel!, Story City Farrar, Des Moines. Stomach Troubles 1 Headache and ,· Dizziness If your stomach is sick, you are sick all over. If you can't digest your food, ypu_lose strength, get nervous and feel as tired when you get up as when'you ·went to bed. For 10 years Tanlac has restored to health and activity many thousands who snffered just as you do, Mr. Daniel Vinciguerra. of 6200 Stiles St., PhUadelphia, Pa., saysr "i, have, not had a dizzy spell or a head- achesincbtakingTanlac. Myappetite has increased, my nerves are in better shape and' I can enjoy a good night's sleep." · Let Tanlac do for you what it did for this sufferer. It corrects the most obstinate digestive troubles--relieves gas, pains in the stomach and bowels. It restores appetite, vigor and sound sleep. ' ' · · . " ' · ' . . ' . . . '' · Tanlac is made ot roots, barks and .herbs. The cost is less than 20 a dose. Get a bottle from your druggist to, day. Your money back if it doesn't help you. Read the Want Ads About half of the presidents of the leading universities seem to think that the United States would be much better off if it should-become again a European province.--Manly Signal. Swanson's Trap Nested Leghorns TyE AKE now Trap Nesting our Leghorns and find we have some very high, producing layers some laying over 100 eggs in four winter months. We have bought several Pedigreed Cockerels direct from over 300 egg hens. One Cockerel is 'from Hanson's Leghorn farm at Corvallis,'Oregon, and he is from one of the hens in Hanson's world's record pen. Xll our layers are blood tested. You can buy Chicks from these al hatchery prices, and we believe you will agree with us next fall and winter, that .they are bred to lay. Come and see our flocks and see how we trap nest them. Swanson Leghorn Farm Klemme, Iowa Remember tho Name . . . We Spel It With EGGS COMPARE the Quality ttte Price,; ike Easy Terms This special feture ii «t with a large brilliant diamond in a new distinctively designed mounting of 18K white sold lot ladies. Cash m /"\NCE more we say "Compare *-' the quality ~tKe price--the easy terms." Our policy of giving the best quality at low prices and' on the easiest terms in the city as well as the largest variety, has won our reputation of the "Diamond House of Quality." Before you decide to buy your diamond, we invite you to make comparisons and convince yourself. And of course you have the advantage of the gpea'al charge account feature that enables you to pay as _ little as $1.00 a week. ^ j Plymouth Man, 80, Still Active in Work on Farrii Birthday/Is Celebrated by John Graper; Several Gather at.Home. PLYMOUTH, March 6.--John Graper -celebrated ,. his eightieth birthday anniversary at his home here. Nineteen of his children and grandchildren and -other relatives were present. . ' · ' . ' Mr. Graper is a farmer. Last season he assisted in the general farm- work of his farms east of Plymouth, · doing much of the tractor work. He 'is hale, and quite active for a man of his age and plans to help -with · farm · work this season, driving his car back and forth to the farm each day. r Those present for the gathering were hia daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tabert, Mr. and Mrs. Wesly Graper, Albert Trettina of Rockford, Mrs. Anna Witt and son, Ray, and- daughter Eleanor and .Mr. and Mrs. Harold Witt and .Martha Witt, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Glassel, Leonard and Clarence Graper of Rockford and a group of grandchildren. [owa Women's Clubs Favor Optional Drill · for State Colleges . DES MOINES, March -6. (IP)-Support of optional military train- ng at Iowa State college and the Jniversity of Iowa has been given by the Iowa federation of women's clubs which is holding its annual spring board meeting here. Mrs. C. A. Knutson, Clear Lake, :hairman of the legislative commit- :ee, presented- the measure yesterday saying that its adoption would be a step toward peace. Her committee also '.urged'· beau- tificatiou of the state highways vith the highway commission hav- ng charge of the plans. 12 Forests Suggested in Northern Minnesota for Use in Recreation JOHN GKAPEi; DULUTH, Minn., March 6. twelve consolidated state forests, mbracing nearly 4,000,000 acres in 2 northern Minnesota counties, lave been suggested by Grover M. Conzet, state forestry commissioner, r or recreational purposes, accord- ng to information made public by he Minnesota Arrowhead associa- jn. The suggestion was made prior to 16 passage by the state senate his week of a bill which would in- rease. the state forest lands ,by urning 375,000 acres of state lands into forest lands and extend boun- aries of the forests to include ther large, areas now held.private- This bill creates a state forest ut of 375,000 acres of state lands in Koochiching county and similarly ets aside 62,000 acres of state ands in Itasca and St. Louis coun- ies. It' also added 31,000 acres. to the Kabetogama forest in St. Louis ounty. Crew Will Be Decreased. BELMOND,. March 6.--The pipe ine crew for Icying the pipe for city gas distribution is at work :\vo blocks south of Main street, ktr. Lawler of Omaha is superin- :endent with 14 men in his crew. He expects to employ about 40 men as soon as supplies warrant. Former Resident Is Dead. EAGLE GROVE, March v 6.-Word has been received of the death of Charles Young, 56, former resident of this locality, at Coopers- own, N. Dak. He was a brother of Vlll Young, farmer, west of town. Tuneral services were held at Cooperstown on Wednesday. Candidates Have No Opposition. EAGLE GROVE, March 6.--The annual meeting and election of the ndependent school district will be leld Monday. O. S. Hobbet, direc- :or, and R.'M. Smallpage, treasurer, present incumbents, are candidates for re-election, with no opposition. 3,000 Buttertubs Are Unloaded. L A T I M E R , March 6.--Three housand buttertubs were unloaded at Latimer for use in the Latimer ^o-Operatlve creamery. Forrest Jillette. of Alexander made a trip tere Wednesday and took back xvith him 500 tubs for the Alexander reamery. Mrs. Hunt. Re-Eteeted Bead. B A N C R O F T , March 6.--The Ladies' Aid of. the Baptist church met with Mrs. Prank Lupin Thursay. All the officers were re-elected "or the coming year. Mrs. Cora Hunt is president. DEAR. NOAH- IF A LADY CATCHES AGENT1 EYEy JSHdul-D sue IT?- SUSIE FI-IMTi MYSTIC, CONN. i.P »»IPTHEgL\ aiMETTHE OBOE WOULD SAXO-PHDNB FORA BAND Of MUSICAL DOC-TORS? .ABT r*ot* 11 OF 20 FREED OF CONSPIRACY Motion to Direct Verdict for Keokuk Company Is Denied. SPRINGFIELD, 111., March 6. --Eleven of 20 men charged with conspiracy to violate the liquor laws were free today as the result of a verdict by Judge Louis Fitzhenry in United States district court ordering their acquittai. The judge said the government had failed to connect them with the alleged conspiracy, alleged to have existed from' 1927 to 1930. , A motion for a directed verdict in behalf of the J. C. . Hubinger Brothers company of Keokuk, manufacturers of corn products, was denied by the judge. The company was alleged by the gpvernment to have shipped about 40 carloads of corn sugar to springfield to be used by bootleggers in making liquor. "BIG BILL" AND GUMMY POLITICS (Continued. From Page 1. , ew intellectuals, but probably not many; anyway, there are not enough of them to chew much gum, if they ALL chewed it. , "Meantime, what about the remainder of his trade ? Why, he simply wouldn't be getting any." * * * TT WAS William Hale Thompson's *· fight for continuation in the Chicago mayoralty that Congressman ~~ Bloom was discussing. As a professional showman, turned politician, the Manhatan-ite watched "B i g Bill's" politico- circus methods with intense interest t h r u o u t the Windy City executive's successful republi- . can renomination 3ol Bloom contest. He is equally absorbed now in observing developments in his re-election campaign against Anton Cermak, the democratic candidate. Sol, himself, is a democrat, but this, he thinks, promises to be too good a performance, for partisan prejudice. *., * * "DIG BILL" was in Washington a Ufew days ago, in his capacity as president of the Waterway and Flood Control association of the Mississippi valley, to consult with Chairman Frank R.' Reid of tho house of representatives' flood control committee, on the eve of congress' adjournment, relative to Chicago's prospects of a steamship connection with the Gulf of Mexico ic the near future. Sol gave him a cordial hand (during his short stay in the capital. He also studied the visitor atten lively and seemed favorably impressed by him. * * » COURSE," commented the w Yorker, "Dili is at an advantage in being already in office "His enemies can howl all they please, but Chicagoans evidently think they night do worse or he wouldn't have had such a primary majority. Unless an administration is almost incredibly terrible, the voters usually take that view. They believe that at least they know the worst of what they actually hava got, because they've experienced it If they try something new, they have no idea HOW bad that may be "The average voter also generally votes for the candidate whose name he's most familiar with." » * * "pHICAGOANS naturally," said ^So!, "know who 'Big, Bill' Thompson is, because he's their mayor and has been advertised. · "Hence all he hag to do is to beat a drum (which is all that his donkey and his elephant amounted to during the primary fight) and when people ask, 'What's that? 1 and the answer la, 'That's Big Bill running for mayor again, 1 most of the voters say, 'Oh, is that so? Well, we must get out and vote for him.' "But his antagonist has to SAX 1 something, which Is a great handicap." You can toll a rich man. He Isn't ashamed to ask the clerk to sec something cheaper.--Fountain Inn Tribune. WEALTHY YOUTH HELD AS BANDIT Scion ' of St. Louis Family Arrested in Theater WitKGirl. CHICAGO, March 6. UP)--Edward "Toddy" Dillon, 24, scion of a wealthy St. L.ouis family, was held to the grand jury today in bonds of $145,000 on five charges of robbery. Billon was arrested last week as he attended a theater with the 17 year old daughter of a manufacturer. More than 40 victims of holdups have identified Dillon, police said, as the robber who extracted sums ranging from 90 cents to\S15 from them. His suave, polished, erudite manners had gained for Dillon entry in the homes of some of the city's socially elite, and because of his politeness, the police were here at first reluctant to arrest him. When the flood of victims identified him as a robber, police said, Dillon confessed. During the police investigation it was also learned Dillon had served jail'terras at Ossining and Elmyra, N. Y., and had once been held in connection with the slaying of his father on a university campus in St. Louis. He was formerly a student at the University of Kansas. 'All work and no play makes jack for the nerve specialists.---Harrisburg News. Turner Main Speaker at Annual Reunion of Iowa Rainbow Division DBS MOINES, March 6. UP)-Iowa veterans of the Rainbow division concluded their annual reunion last night with a banquet attendee by more than 500 members. Gov. Dan'Turner, one of the principal speakers, told them, "I cannot share your memories but I appreciate your, service." Other speakers were Col. E. R Bennett, former commander of the 188th regiment; Frank Miles, editor of the Iowa Legionaire, and Col Glen Haynes, former state commander of the American Legion. New Editor Is Elected. AMES, March 6.--Lauren Soth Holstein, has been elected editor of the Student, Iowa State college tri- weekly newspaper, and Fred Gugeler, Danville, has been elected business manager. The apoiutments are made by the publication board which consists of two faculty mem- hers and five students. The new executives will take over their dutie: with the beginning of the spring quarter. School Is Held. EAGLE GROVE, March 5.--TWO hundred and fifty were present at the session of the Order of Eastern Star at the Masonic hall. la the afternoon a school of instruction was held In charge of Miss Claire Preston of Radcliffe. Dinner was served at 6:30. The regular initiation was held at the evening session. Exceptional Furniture Values at the Joe Goss Store $69 FOR BEDROOM SUITE Extra fine quality suite. Latest design. See It today. EASY TERMS TRADE YOUR OLD FURNITURE FOR NEW You may have one piece or moVe that you. do not want. Trade It to Joe Goss for something new. YOU'LL DO BETTER AT THE MTDKE STORE 207 Sixth Street S.'W. Mason City DONNlE 10 P R I Z E And an original drawing of the comic strip "Big Sister" autographed by lies Forgrave for the POEM about 'Big Si'st er IMPORTANT NOTICE--Each poem entered in this contest to be considered for the cash prize, must be accompanied by a blank tally sheet such as is used in the Globe-Gazette bridge contest now in progress. These tally sheets may be obtained at any of the fifty-four stores and business houses co-operating with the Globe- Gazette in the bridge contest. See Story on Page 2 Today! Mason City Globe-Gazette Phillips Recommended as Luverne Postmaster WASHINGTON, March 6. UP)-Recommendations for four Iowa postmasters have been sent to the senate for confirmation by the president. They are: Alfred G.'Rigby of Independence for decommission; Harold H. Phillips at Luverne to succeed E. A. Haskell; Lola Thomas at Randolph to succeed A. V. Gillette^ and Hiram K. Evans, Jr., at Seymour to succeed H. E. Morrison. Fnrrell to Talk at Ames. AMES, March 6.--F. D. Farrell, president of Kansas State agricultural college at Manhattan, will give two talks on the Iowa State college campus March 12. He will talk to luncheon on "ImponaeiWes for the agricultural faculty at a noon Teachers" and to the Ag club in the evening on "Some Agricultural Convictions." Per Capita Loss by Fire Is $338, Iowa Fire Marshal States DES X MOINES, March 6. (m~ ., Iowa's per capita fire loss. in 193O was 53.38 as compared to $2,70 in 19,29, figures released here today .by John W. Strohm, state fire marshal, showed. ' , Strohm reported that there were 1,648 more fires in 1930 than In the previous year, accounting for much of the increase per capita. The average loss per fire was lower, however, being $1,195.53 in 1930 as compared with 31,269.24 in 1929. In the total value of property destroyed by fire 1930 showed an increase of $1,576,702 over 1929. Property loss last year included farm barns, 51,106,737; town dwellings, $1,179,693; farm dwellings, 31,664,241; and stores, 51,688,752. REAL CANDY SPECIALS 20c .29c SATURDAY AND SUNDAY Chocolate Covered Cher- OQ Chocolate Peanut Bars, ries in fancy box, 1-lb. OuC pound · Assorted Chocolates, QC,, Melted Away, one pound box I/DC pound Peanut Brittle, fresh, -if a pound IDC Barbecue Chicken Dinner SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, 50c Genuine Barbecue Meats.. . ! served in Sandwiches and with. Lunches. Delightful Barbecued Chicken Saturday, Sunday, Mon-' day and Thursday. Have you tried it? Barbecued Meats are extremely popular. ' Rendezvous Confectionery Luncheonette 123 NORTH FEDERAL MASON CITY 'Veg-AII Feeds Natural Strength to Muscles and Nerves,'' Says Noted Medical Editor in Authoritative Statement Advising Weakened People to Replenish Their Vig-or NATURALLY With This Great Discovery ·,._ : Dr. Leo Sofcr, who served as a medical officer on the Russian front during the war and who is now editor of tho European medical journal, "Mcdizinische und PharmiizeuUsche Rundscau." He is another of the physicians who have been retained to render an expert opinion of Veg-AH, und who endorses it in a. remiirkable statement below. Tells bow Veg-AII, the marvelous new All-Vegetable Medicine has captured Nature's Secrets Nature--the great source of ail energy, has ample new vigor and strength for tired-out, run-down folks. It's there--stored in roots, berries, barks, leaves* and seeds the world 1 over. But the problem has been to make this great storehouse of energy available to human beings in all its wonderful, NATURAL, POWER. "My analysis shows Veg-AH to be perfectly harmless, and to contain, in addition to other powerful vegetable extracts, a generous supply of Vitamin B. This is the great Vitamin that promotes activity of the body cells and its presence in Vog-All assure new energy for weakned, run-down people. Veg-AII feeds natural strength to muscles and nerves, and I strongly recommend its use by those people who need building up and 1 toning." ASK YOURSELF THESE QUESTIONS NOW! Why should I drag through weary days, my vitality so easily exhausted, sustaining myself by sheer nerve? Why should I dread the approach of meals---lack appetite, and be troubled by distress after eating? Why should I be nervous--sleep fitfully, and sacrifice the rest which I need to be strong and healthy? · The chances are that you need not do these things--suffer these tortures. Veg-AII may be just what you nede for glorious health. Get Veg-All NOW--give it a chance" to help you TODAY! In a short time you will be amazed by the IMPROVEMENT! Know again the'joys of hearty eating. Sleep like a baby at nights, untroubled by "nerves." Awake in the morning refreshed ' and filled with new vim. Fee! the abundant new vigor which is the natural heritage of every healthy body and sound constitution. Veg-AII has worked thesa seeming wonders for thousands ot others. Let it do the same for youj $5,000 GUARANTEE! The makers of Veg-All have posted 55,000 as a guarantee that this great medicine will restore your jaded appetite, improve your digestion, and aid you in attaining raaiant health . . . or the purchase price of the bottle will be refunded. YOU ARE THE JUDGE If, after taking a half-dozen spoonfuls of Veg-All, you do not note an improvement in your condition -- if you are not fnlly satisfied that Veg-All is doing you good, return the partially filled bottle to your druggist. He will cheerfully hand you back your moneyl 5 South Federal Avc. I ... .. _. J r (7)/m '(Da

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