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Mason City, Iowa
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MARCH 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE \ JANITORS ISSUE PROTEST udenls Petition Against In- competency, Dishonesty .Charges. IOWA 'CITY, March: 9.--Thirty student janitors Saturday submitted a petition of protest against accusations of. iacbmpe.tency or dishonesty which have, been drawn against John Fisk and others connected, with toe administration '"of - the university s grounds and buildings. , 'The undersigned," said the petition, "being student Janitors, and employes of the Buildings and grounds department, desire to make public our faith in the present administration. We .wish to thank those who have made it possible for us to obtain an education thru their efforts in finding us employment'. ' We feel that there has been unjust criticism of the administration and seek this opportunity of Informing the public that no one of us has ever received compensation but that to which we are entitled ·and have earned. · ' . . ' , . ' · ' "This petition is prompted by the fact that numerous 1 of the undersigned have been approached and efforts made to 'elicit information unfavorable to the administration. We resent these underhand methods and feel that we have notKin? to conceal. We wish It further understood that this gesture is in no way solicited by any of the present administration but is onlv made public In ,tho hope of all fairness and justice being shown to those whom we feel are being unjustly criticized." AT THE HOSPITALS tfil ,;M.-T. Barr, · 416 Ninth street southeast,- was admitted to Park hospital fo/ a major operation Sunday. John Gerdes, Rockwell, was ad: mitted to Story hospital for medical treatment Sunday. · ' · , , . . Joseph . ioreriz, Britt, left Mercy hospital Sun'day following a minor operation. · -/ J?ones Kantaris, 651 Jackson avenue' southeast,'.; was .admitted to Park hospital, for a minor operation Saturday. -, - ' . . . . . - .JLawrence Weinberger, Osage, was admitted; to .Park hospital for a minor operation Saturday., / ;-SIary-.Eberhardt,.i ,1412 Fennsyl- ·y'ai^a'?f;.ayenuiii;;\jBpptt«Mt,'^wM.\"(a!s^ -%y«N^*^i"96siij^^o^i;%i -fe '^®^^raby^v^6?Kgh^nt^S*et southeast, whoji'lias"·£been:--at Pikrk hospitalfor a major;: operation^ was 'leave Saturday;. : ' . ':-B. J. ferry. Forest City, who has .been at Park hospital for treatment, 'jwas dismissed Saturday. . "~.I*. F. Paulson, who has been at (Mercy hospital for a minor operation, was dismissed Sunday. . '-A seven pound one ounce daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lee, Hanlontown, at Mercy hospital Saturday.:'M. C. Firgard, Rockwell, who underwent a minor operation at Mercy hospital, was : dismlss'eel Monday. . -. 'Mrs. -Fred Harter^ Rockwell, who ·underwent a major operation at Mercy hospital, was dismissed Monday. . · · · » . · -M. I. Bar, 416 Ninth street south-' 'east, was admitted to Park hospital Sunday for a major operation. .Shirley Hayden, 248 Twentieth street southeast, was admitted tc Park hospital for treatment Sunday. Miss J. M. Bates, 402 Jackson street, Charles City, was admitted to Park hospital for a major operation Sunday. Mrs. H. A. Gullicksoni Northwood, was dismissed .from - Park hospital Sunday following .treatment. .Theodore Callia, Manly, was dis- | 'ssed from Park hospital Sunday Jlowing treatment. ,'Howard Butler, 1248 Jefferson jnue northwest, was admitted to \_Tcy hospital for a minor opera- t-fon Saturday. I Mrs Gerald Jannisen, Meservey, was admitted to Mercy hospital for *vmajor operation Saturday. / Elmira Lutz, 311 Fifth street 'northwest, was admitted to Mercy lospita! for a major operation Monlay · ' P. E. Christians, Ventura, was idmitted to Mercy hospital for reatment Sunday. 11 y J I 'A n *s :--; ;--,'·· ., \ Real Estate Transfers C. L. and Ella Smith to Marlon rainersly, part lots 4 and 5, M. M. turns addition, Mason City, Iowa vQ. C. D.); March 5, 1931. . Joy Ridgeway, county treasurer, Union Inv. Co., ?215.21, as nove; March 4, 1931. 'V Union Investment Co. to Marion , ameraly, $1, as above; March 4, "331. 'Ray Anna TooJ and Len to finry Ubben, ?1, SE% 26-84-21; pb. 28, 1931. C. C. and Louise Palmeter to Jd Marpney, $1, lots 5 and 6, block 0 and lots 12, 16, 17, 19, 20, block ; all in Rogers and Sandry add. 'lear Lake; March 6, 1931. Matilda and ,F. C. Paul to R. E. ·Uark, $1, lots 1, 2 and 3 In aub- Iv. govt. lot 3 in 24-96-22; March 1931. Dreyer, Louise and Fred to Ed- .ard Witte $1 W% NWU 7-84-20, 6-31. .. ' , IPrugh, · Harry A, and Mollie to ..yrtle O'Gorman $1 L 20 B 1 Fair ew addn. Mascn City, Iowa, 2-16- 13 Cake HELEN HENDRICKS News'Editor' Residence Phone · S40W OFFICE PHONE -No. 289! · ,.''USE'.- DEW1GQINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 DRAMA CLUB TO PRESENT PLAYS Two Comedies and Fantasy to Be Given As Club Benefit CLEAR LAKE; March 9.-- Three one/ act plays will be given for the benefit of the Drama ckib at the high school 'Friday nlght^ members ·of the club staging the productions. Three types of plays will be shown, a comedy, k fantasy and a comedy drama. . '. ·- The fantasy entitled "The Midnight Fantasy": has the-.tablbid ; setting. Bonnie .Whitney and . Lynette Comstock have the roles ,. In this play. The comedy has a' cast of five characters, the personnel of which Is May Davis, Halvor Comstock, Harriet Sheridan, Wallace Chism and Miriam Brager. The play is entitled "The Telegram." The comedy, 'drama has three characters for its presentation-- Joe Jensen, Hulen Wurtzer and Dorothy Drew. · '. ·;· . ' . ' . ' ' ' "· The dramas are scheduled for 8 o'clock at the high school. St. Patrick Feted , at Lake Country Club CLEAR LAKE, March ' 9.-^ Misses Dolly Hyberger and! Helen Hendricks were co-hostesses at' a St. Patrick's bridge and ' dancing party Saturday night a,t .the Clear Lake Country : club.. 'Greta' Blackmore and Larry Folsom received the .prizes for high score and Gerald Brooks received the consolation'. Guests included Mr. 1 and Mrs. Arthur Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Folsom, Josie Barlow, .Greta Blackmore. Sid Levy, Roscoe Miller, Gerald Brooks and Peter PetersonY' CLEAR LAKE CALENDAR Tuesday-- Hi-Lo Bridge, club meets V at the home of Mrs. Peter Knutson; Clark 'Street.- ·; · · - · . - . · · · · VRebekjMis meet at the I. O. 6. F. , r hallo.for. Initiation, Mrs. t O. ', AP. ' :Hawyer ' a n d i ifrs. r W . · - ' ' e 8 ; a e s A .society: at 2 :30 :^6'clock,'- followed ' by »· dinner for" : rnembers at 6 ; o'clock. ; · . - . - : : Congregational Ladles' Aid supper at the church at 6 o'clock. ' · O. D. O. club 'meets at the home 'of Mrs. 'Henry . Jacobson, 'South Fourth street : ·Stafford Post 222 meets Wednesday night at club rooms. ' ' · ; ' Lions club meets at the Lions cafe. . · ' . ' · . . · ' . ' . · Thursday-- Altrurian club meets at the home of Mrs. Lyle Stunkard for drama tea. Dance at the Clear Lake Country club. i . Rotary club meets at the I. O. O. F. hall. · Friday-- Upper Iowa Veterans' association at the Clear Lake Country club. , .Drama plays at the high .school. 1 JJr. and Mrs. A. B. Phillips spent the week-end with Mrs. Phillips' k sister at Ames. Dr. Phillips also attended a function held in honor of Dr. W. L. Bearing at Des Molnes. lake Contestants Enter Sub-District ; Declam at Hampton CLEAR LAKE,.' March' 9.--Announcement has been made of the sub-dibtrict' declamatory contest which: will be held Wednesday evening at Hampton. Local winners to the contest held, at Thornton will compete:for places. Clotilde Fhll- lipee, with "If I Were King," and Marvin .Winnie, with "The Constitution," will represent Clear Lake In the dramatic and oratorical divisions. . ' . ' . . ' ; ' START WORK ON DUTCH OPERETTA "Tulip Time" to Be Given by High School April 23and24 CLEAR LAKE, March ~9.--The high school operetta, "Tulip Time," has been chosen by Miss Feme Helny. -music director, for'presen- tation April 23 and 24. It will-be given at the high school-auditorium, 'A. Dutch setting with a chorus 'of Hollanders will form a clever background for the' musical' drama. .. The leading·;roles wUl be. ttiken by. Dorothy -Seal," Kathleen JoaJyn, Halvbr 'Comstock and Max Brager. Work has,: been, started " o n the chorus'and solo work.: " Pot Luck Dinner Is Planned by Altrurians CLEAR LAKE, March 9--A pot luck luncheon has been substituted for trie drama tea held by the Al- trurian club each jyear. Members of the club will participate in the affair which will be held Thursday ait the home of Mrs. Lyle Stunkard. The reading rehearsal of the play "Antiques" will be presented by-Mrs. M. L. Taayer, Mrs. Fred Rogers and Mrs. R. E. McFarlane. The play is being'directed by Mrs. .MacFarlane. Assisting jMrs.: Mac- 'Farlane on'the "program committee .is'Mrs.'Max'plson.'Mrs.- E. H.iNeal and :Mrs. v -Fired .Rpgefs' planned the luncheon. ;.·;' v ' School Teachers Plan; to Hold Bridge Party 'CLEAR "LAKE; Miarch 9--Mrs. W. M.. Judy, M rs. Hom?r Briar, Mrs. C. A. : Pease,, and Mrs. Henry Volstad were co-hostesses at a-bridge luncheon. Saturday afternoon at the Clear Lake .Country club to which all of the ·women, of the faculty were guests. · Miss Grace Anderson, second grade teacher of the Main building, received the prize for high score. Table decorations were carried out with green tapers draped with white tulle and centerpieces of sweetpeas ana smilax. I-egion Men 'to Meet. CLEAR LAKE, March 9.--Stafford Post 222 of the American Legion win have important business to conduct at their regular meet- Ing Wednesday night at the Legion clubrooms. Lyle Stunkard and E. A; Colburn will be in charge of the lunch. ROBBER SUSPECT TAKEN AT FARM Man Wanted in Bank Holdup at Hastings Arrested After Funeral. · OKLAHOMA CITY, March 9. W) ---L. C. Mills, wanted at Hastings. Nebr., in connection with the robbery of the Hastings National bank,' was in the county jail here today. He was arrested on a farm east of Norman, 20 miles south of here, by John S. Bramble, chief of police at Hastings, and A. B. Cooper, state bankers' association operative. This noon Cooper;and Bramble left for Chawnee, Okla., but officials at the state bankers' association offices said they did riot know for what reason. Mills' sister, at whose home the arrest was made, has lived near here several years. Her father, who died Saturday, was buried today. 450'. Given Jobs. OYSTER-BAY, N. Y.--The Oyster Bay unemployment committee, in co-operation with the Quentin Roosevelt post 4 of the American Legion, has helped about.'450 men to obtain employment. In addition the committee has been successful in Its efforts to have many men retained in Jobs on large estates in this vicinity who were to have been laid oft. I ' 40th Anniversary Celebrated. " March D.--Mr. and Legion Helps Needy. ST. CLOUP, Minn.--Wallace S Chute post of th,e American Legiou recently, sponsored a basketball game between Company I and the State Teachers' College for the benefit of the unemployed of St. Cloud. Approximately $100 was raised. Champion Rifle;Team. AUSTIN, Texas--The rifle team GOVERNOR MAY . PICK LARRABEE Fort Dodge Man Considered for Post on Board of Education. DES MO1NES, March 9. OH-Frederic Larrabee- of Fort Dodge, former state senator.-may be selected for/membership on the state board, of education, it was learned today from sources close to Gov Dan Turner. ' · : ' '" ^.The governor' has nominated Frank Miles of Des Mbin'es .and Max Hueschen of Hplsteiri: for two places on the board, leaving him two others to fill. One of the four members would fill the unexpired term of the late W. C. Stuckslager of Liscon. · . - , · · · Larrabee/ a son of former Gov. William Larrabee, was a candidate for the: republican nomination for tenth ' district congressman last year. Aids Unemployed .ALBANY, Ga.--Albany Post 30 of the American Legion recently conducted a campaign in which persona having any repair work to be 'done, were asked to register It with the Legion. As a. result between 60 and 70 unemployed men were given Jobs, according to Henry W. Maclin. post commander. MacNIder Note Read. SAINT JOHN. N. B--A toast to the American Eeglon was given at the recent seventh annual banquet of the Carleton Branch, Canadian Legion. A message from Hanford NfacNlder, United States minister to Canada, expressing wishes of American Legionnaires for- continued close relations with tho Canadian veterans, was read in response to the toast. Legionnairs A D. Anderson spoke; " IN CLEAR LAKE State Custodian Will Open Fish Hatchery in Near Future. CLEAR LAKE, March 9.--J. P. Bowers, custodian of the Clear Lake fish.hatchery,. arrived in Clear Lake Sunday night for the season. Mr. Bowers has spent the winter traveling, his home being in Illinois, v ·;. No definite statement was'made by Mr. .Bower's when, the hatchery would start operations. He stated that the building would be put in condition so that seining for pike might 'start in a few days. The stocking -of the local hatchery will begin earlier than other years, he stated, because of the opening up of the lake. · · NAMES OF THREE INDICTED KNOWN Col. Luke Lea, 'Caldwell and Ramiey Accused of Bank taw Violations. NASHVILLE, Tenn:, March; 9; (ffl) --Col. Luke Lea, publisher, Rogers 3aldwell, financier and .'-'J;': Basil Ramsey, banker, were ; revealed' today: as the three mea indicted Saturday In the federal district .court at Greenville, Tenn., on charges of violating .federal banking laws in transactions with the closed'Hol- ston Union National bank at Knoxville. . . ' . . ' · . . Two indictments-were returned against 'each defendant; One charged conspiracy to violate the national banking laws and the other alleged two specific violations of '-.he federal banking laws by Ramsey, aided and abetted by Caldwell and Lea. Clear .Lake Briefs All Top .Coats and Ladles' Spring Coats cleaned and pressed, ?1. Clear Lake Laundry and Cleaners. o ' Mr. and .Mrs. C. J. Williams, Belmond/and Mr. and Mrs. J. A: Olson, Rock Rapids, spent Sunday at the home.of the.Misses Bessie arid Belva Ehle. Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Olson are. sisters of Belva arid Bessie Ehle. . . . · · . · ' . . . . Chris Estergard, Contractor and Builder. Estimates on request. Ph. 560.- " : ' · - . ' '' Miss Lillian Hqdnefield, Minneapolis, spent the week-end in.Clear Lake visiting friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Kennedy entertained 16 at the Clear Lake Country club at dinner Sunday evening. The group adjourned to the Kennedy home, South Fourth street,' f o r t h e evening. . ' · . , . Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rich and Mrs, D. W. Hurn spent the .moat of the time at the home of Mrs. Rose McIntosh in Orlando, formerly of Clear Lake, while Mr. and Mrs. Rich-^were iniSt. Cloud. They returned; by the way of Chicago stop- .ping there several days with friends!. .-"". . Mr;'and Mra. T. I* Sears .and daughter. Betty, spent Sunday at thejhonie of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Duesenberg, who recently moved to Fort_Dodge. , ; Tahe .'Druley Is confined to her home,''North street, because 'of an attack of flu. , The condition of Mrs. Ray, Sandry, who severely burned · her eye last week with 'hot ; water, is slowly improving, : physicians stated. She is still confined'to Park hospital, Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. J. B.-Patterson arid Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Halvorson were hosts at a dinner party at the Clear Lake Country club this week-end. PARK THEATER Clear Lake NOW! "CIMARRON" Colossal Epic of Dramatic Appeal. · To "Point-Up" Appetite -fast Stimulate Bowels Whenever the end 1 of the" day finds you out-of-sorts; food doesn't tempt you and won't digest; breath is, bad; tongue coated, just chew a candy tablet before bedtime. Tomorrow you'll be a new person! A candy Cascaret clear up a bilious, gassy, headachy condition every time.- Puts appetite on edge. Helps digestion. Activates bowels. Coscarets.are made from CKacara, which authorities say; actually strengthens .bowel muscles. So, take these.delightful tablets as often as you please; or give them freely' to children. All drug stores sell Cas- careta T for a dime, and no dollar preparation could do better work. ALWAYS DEAD TIRED? How sad! Sallow .complexion, coated tongue, poor appetite, bad breath, pimply skin and always tired.' What's wrong? Chances are you're poisoned by clogged bowels and inactive liver. Take this famous prescription used-constantly in place of calomel by men and worn- en for 20 years--Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets. They are harmless yet very effective. A compound' of vegetable ingredients. They act easily upon the -bowels, help free the system of poison caused by faulty elimination and tone up liver. Rosy cheeks, clear eyes and youthful energy make a success of life. Take Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets, nightly. Know them by their olive color. 15c, 30c and 80c. All druggists. DON'T SLEEP ON LEFT SIDE, GAS HURTS HEART If you toss arid can't sleep on your right side or back,- your UPPER bowel .may be full of gas. At bed-time, drink warm water with a spoonful' of simple glycerin, buckthorn . bark, saline compound (known as Adlerika). . This washes out poisons which cause poor sleep, nervousness, gas. you'll be rid of bowel poisons and NORTHWESTERN FRAT WILL HAVE TO STUDY DURING QUARANTINE EVANSTON, 111., March 7. JB-The prospect of two weeks' peaceful quarantine with nothing but bridge and slumber, was wrecked today for 25 members of the Delta Upsilon 'fraternity on the Northwestern .university campus, by the following faculty announcement. "Classroom assignments' will be sent to the fraternity house daily. Members .'will be required to taks a special 'examination on the work covered at the end of the quarantine." Retired Rear Admiral Would Bar U. S. From War Unless Attacked WASHINGTON, March 9. A constitutional amendment to prevent · this country from going to war, except la case of attack, until after a referendum, was recommended today to the war policies commission. The plan was proposed by Rear Admiral Samuel McGowan,- retired who was paymaster general anc chief supply officer of the navy during the world war. McGowan's plan, also provided, in case . o f . .war, every' able bodlec .male citizen 18 arid 35 for coristitu tional prohibition against increasing prices or wages during war. RADICAL EARL The British peerage has a new member thru the elevation of Bertrand Russell, English author and philosopher, who, thru the death of bis brother, becomes the third Earl Russell. The new peer has gained renown for the freedom of thot in his writings. MAN WANTED IN OTTUMWAHELD 'ugitive Warrant Follows on Recall of Rendition by Minnesota Chief. ST. PAUL, March 9. (/P)--A new 'ugitive from justice warrant today was sworn out by the county attorney's office against William Htldu- rand, wanted in Ottumwa, Inwa, n connection with the $40,000 robbery of the Oltumwa Savings bank ~ept. 9, 1930. The county attorney's office said hat the new warrant would be filed omorrow.- . Action was taken after Gov. Floyd B. Olson today recalled an or- ler of rendition signed by former lovernor Christiansen. Govenor Olson Interviewed several witnesses who had testified at a jrevioue hearing- that Hildebrand vas at a summer resort in northern Minnesota several days before and after the robbery. The governor said a new hearing Post Banner Travels. WASHINGTON--Members of leorge Washington post 1 of the American Legion here estimate that :hetr post banner.has traveled 34,760 miles. It has been carried in :he parade of every national convention and now has twelve sliver stars. PUes Treated Without Surgery Write for FREE Book A new instructive book, "Piles Treated Without Surgery," fully Illustrated, printed in colors and copyrighted, has been published by Dr. McCleary, the noted Rectal Specialist, E-505 Elms Boulevard, Excelsior Springs, Mo; In it Doctor McCleary-tells how sufferers from Piles can, be successfully treated without surgery, without the use of chloroform and ether, if treatment is taken in time. The .McCleary treatment has been successfully used for over 30 years. Over "3,000 cases of rectal trouble have been treated by Dr. McCleary and his associates. If you'suffer ;with Piles or other rectal troubles, write Dr McCleary today for a. Free copy o this book'and their large referenc list of former patients. All litera ture sent in plain wrapper free ant po stpaid.--Ad v. 19c SALE FOR Tuies., Wed., and Xhurs. Selling Broken Sliced Pineapple Large No. 2y 2 tins . . . . . . . . . 19c ' We Reserve Right to Limit. Carnation Milk; 4 sm. or 2 tall tins . .19c Cool Spring Tomatoes; 2 No. 2 tin's lOe . .Orange Brand Sugar Peas; 2 No. 2 tins .' l»o Mllford Fancy Shoe Peg Corn; No. 2 tin .'. 19c Peaches; Sliced or Halves; large ZV, tins IQ C Franco-American Spaghetti; 2 tall tins .. ' """l9o Elnora Sugar Corn; 2 No. 2 tins .' "l9c V Van Camps Red or Kidney Beans; 2 tins '...., 1B C JCraut; large 2i/ 2 tins, Z.fpr'.,. .·..-.- : ."..." m c Pumpkin; large 2 l / 2 tins; 2 for 19c Sleeping Bear Red Cherries; medium tins iflc Van Camps Soup; Assorted Flavors; 2 tins 19c Heinz or Snfriers Ketchup; Ige. 14 oz. Bottle ... .. 19c Welch's Grape]ade; full pound jar ' 19 0 Baby Ruth Mustard; Horseradish or plain,' q't, '/are '.'.'. '.10c Kraft's Boiled Dressing; large 12 oz^ jar . : 19c Butternut Fruit Jell; Assorted flavors; S pkjrs. ......" 19c Llbbys Spinach; large 2'/ 2 can . : . . . . , . . , . . . '.'.We Waldorf Tissue; 3 large rolls .-!. : .V.19c Oxydol, Chipso, Rinso Large Package 19c Watch Dog Lye; 2 tall tins . . . . . . . . . 19c Sani-Flush; large can ij) o Star Naptha Washing Powder; large package '." 19c Super Suds; 2 large packages .19 O Ivory Flakes; large package .iu c P. O. Soap; 6 large Bars .i»c Falmollve or Camay Soap; 3 bars 1(J 0 Great Northern Navy Beans; S pounds ' I9 C Fancy Blue Rose Rice; 4 pounds '. [190 Pabst-Ett or Velveeta; per pkg. 19c Santa Clara Prunes; 3 pounds iuc Salada Green Tea; y t lb. package ' : m c Celery; medium size stalks, 2 for ' "ion Head Lettuce; nice solid heads, 8 for ...- !!l9c' Florida Oranges; medium size and sweet, dozen 19c Spinach; for health, 2 pounds ...* .. 10 C Florida Grapefruit; largo size, 4 for .'...'.'.'.'.'.'.'."lac Jonathan Eating Apples; S pounds I9c Bananas; that real body builder; 3 pounds : .19c Coffee Specials Hills,_Folger's, Nash's, -Mllivi\iikfc "fmclicn yz; K»u CJiilm Tench NO MORE PILES HEM-ROID, the prescription of Dr. J. S. Leonhardt,. is guaranteed o banish any form'of Pile misery, t gives quick action even in old, tubborn cases. HEM-ROID tab- ets succeed because they heal and restore the affected parts and .remove blood congestion in the 0 lower jowel--the cause of piles. Only an internal medicine can do this, that's why salves and cutting usually fail. Michael Drug Co. and druggists everywhere sell HEM-ROID with fuarantee that it costs you noth- ag If it doesn't end all Pile agony. ITCHING SKIN BANISHED BY ANTISEPTIC ZEMO If itching,' burning skin makes life unbearable, quickly apply Zemo, the soothing, cooling, invisible family antiseptic. Thousands find that Zemo brings swift relief Jrom Itching, helps to draw out local infection and restore the skin to normal. For 20 years Zemo has been clearing up skin, relieving pimples, rash and other -skin irritations. Never be without it. Sole everywhere--35c, 60c and $1.00. Are You "Hitting On All Six?" Liver--Stomach--Bowels-Nerves--Brain--Heart-- Are They All 100%? Folks, the human body is just like a good car, everything must be in good ·working order if you expect to get the best performance out of either. _ Youcan'texpccttofeellooSBifyour liver ia out of order, your stomach upset, nerves jumpyorbowcls tied up. You must build up your vital forces and you weak,weary, despondent men and women who have been doctoring for ages trying to get back the vim and endurance of earlier years will be astonished, delighted and amazed to see how quicklytetrength, energy and vitality comeback thru the use of Tanlac. Go *o your drugjjist now and get bottle of Tantoc. Millionsof folkshave started back on the road to youth, health and happiness with this world- famous tonic and there is no reason why you, too, can't begin today to rebuild your worn-out tissues and revitalize your entire system. Your money back if you are not speedily helped by; a fair trial of this world-famous medicine. vould be held if requested by Iowa uthorities. Hildebrand has been held in jail ere since last December. . Cut Rate Grocery SAVES YOU MONEY Home of Real Bargains PHONE 113-113-114 BREAD -- Whole Wheat, Graham, Rye, Raisin Graham or White, , C _ 16-oz. loaves DC Get In On These Prices--These Are a 25c Grade of Fruits-PEARS, PLUMS, APRICOTS, PEACHES, RED CHERRIES, ,|'Q per can 1J/C CORN, PEAS and TOMATOES, 3 cans.. These Are No. 2 Cans and a Real Buy. NASH COFFEE hi bulk, per Ib...«.... 32c FRUTE-GEL--use same as Jello; all flavors, 4 packages LENTEN SUGGESTIONS Boneless Cod Fi§h, 1-lb. box 28o 15o Sardines In Olive Oil, 2 cans , 25o I5o Mackerel, 2 cans...... .25c Tuna Fish, per can. -19o and 23o Sardines in Oil, 2 cans 15c Kippered Herring 15o Minced .Clams, per can:....25c Fish Flakes, per can 4 15o Pink Salmon, lb. can........ICkj Snacks, per can lOo Kcd Boy Salmon, large S5n Red Rosa Salmon, 1 lb. can. .29o FARMERS ATTENTION! K ES prices are advancing. Bring us your eggs---they, will bay moro here. 30 EAST STATE STREET C. E. BUSH, Prop. AGAIN A*P CUTS PRICES OF THE FAMOUS COFFEE TRIO A F is the world's largest importer, rcnwtcr and retailer of fine coffees. Oar own orgialittloa (elects, bays, ships, blends and roasts these funon* brands. Quality Is controlled from plantation to your 'cap. This is why we can sell coffee of the finest quality at the lowest possible prices, EIGHT O'CLOCK LB. 21 25 A MILD AND MELLOW COFFEE RED CIRCLE A RICH AND FULL-BODIED COFFEE BOKAR AN EXQUISITELY AROMATIC AND FLAVORFUL COFFEE LB. TIN Ask at yocx A P Food Store about oar coffee service . . . also for booklet, "How to make a satisfactory cop of coffee." Del Monte SALE! WHERE KOHOMY RULES! Peaches Pineapple Corn Peas Tomatoes Spinach 3 2 K £ N V*4Sc 3 C?N! 3SC 2 NO - J t-t CANS 2OC 29c 5

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