The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 16, 1934 · Page 5
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, April 16, 1934
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APRIL 16 I 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FIVE APPEAL FOR CUT IN LIQUOR TAXES Iowa Commission Wants to. Set Price Low to Keep Out Bootlegging. DES MOINES, April 16. CT)~The Iowa liquor commission, in a letter to President Roosevelt, today appealed for reduction of excise taxes and import duties on liquor to permit retail sales at prices sufficiently low to combat bootlegging:. "The experience of 13 years under prohibition demonstrated conclusively that the bootlegger cannot be destroyed by law," Chairman H. II. Cooper of Marshalltown asserted. "With prohibition repealed, liquor is now available in legitimate channels," Cooper continued, "thus, to that extent invading the field monopolized by the bootlegger during prohibition. "But the bootlegger still has one very great advantage over those who conduct a legal and legitimate business, and that advantage may be described in one word--price. "If the present tax upon liquor be maintained, exactly to the extent thereof must this commission increase its price; and with mathematical exactness every penny of such increase is a penny added to the power of the bootlegger," Cooper said. MINNESOTA COUPLES WED AT NOKTHWOOD NORTHWOOD, April 16.--George Allen Ferestad and lone V. Fean, both of Minneapolis, were married in Northwood at the home of C. H. Dwelle, justice of the peace, late Saturday afternoon, Mrs. Dwelle and Miss Dorothy Dwelle serving as witnesses. Others licensed to wed during the past week were Virgil A. Wilson and Josephine L. Wright, Austin, Minn.; Joe Kubu and Leora Reeser, Wells Minn.; Willism Gentz. Jr., Northwood, Esther Kloose, Lyle, Minn. It was observed that no couple was willing to hazard Friday, the 13th, as the date for the issuance of their license. Take two brushes of the same fine camel's hair and exactly the same design, two lots of oils or water colors and two pieces of canvas -- all identical. Put one lot in the hands of an amateur dauber and entrust the others to the genius of a Michael Angelo. And think what a difference in the painting each would produce. Though the value of the materials used could be the same in both instances, one would result in a valueless monstrosity -- the other a priceless gem of art. Yet some folks put too much stress on the materials that go into a product and not enough on the factors of skill and performance. Skill Keal Factor. Skill is a real factor in quality. Two suits of clothes may use exactly the same fabric, yet one may have modeled into it the uncopyable skill of a master-designer while the other may be lacking in every point of style and appearance. The mediocre suit would keep you just as warm as the expert's masterpiece but it wouldn't give you the same satisfaction if you count smart appearance an asset. A mechanical product may have engineered into it superior qualities which represent the exclusive attainment of some inventive genius. Because of these things it may gt « you a service that you cannot obtain from a machine of similar size, material and appearance which lacks these improvements. It May Vary. Still another article may vary from a competing article in structure or design to an extent that may enable it to give you months or years of added service at no add- Cd So°consider these factors of skill and performance when you try to appraise quality. Don't inquire simply "What kind of steel is it made of?" or "How much does it weigh? but ask to have its performance demonstrated or verified and its exclusive features-- if any-- thor- Some middle-aged sissies go to hed with a cold; he-men tough it out and are survived by a wife and five children. -- Wisconsin State Journal. Thin Blood? Mrs. Chas. Trainer or J0 West 10th St., McCook, N e b r a s k a , said: "I was troubled with indigestion and had no e n e r g y and seemed to be anemic. Dr. Picrcc's G o l d e n Medical Discovery rid me of the indigestion and appeared to tone *np my entire'system. I felt ever so much better alter its use." New size, tablets 50 cts., liquid $1.00. Large size, tabs, or liquid, ?1.35. "We Do Oar Pan." Grew Worse Day By Day; Tried Many Medicines Gly-Cas First One Able to Reach His Stubborn Case of 25 Years Standing; Indigestion, Constipation Quickly Conquered For Mason City Man. There seems to be no end to the praise for Gly-Cas throughout Mason City and vicinity. Hundreds of former sufferers are now enjoying good and glorious health and do not ME. BERT RULE hesitate to give this new Gly-Caa full credit for their complete recovery. Read what Mr. Bert Rule, 1307 South Delaware Ave., Mason City, widely known local carpenter, said recently lauding the merit of this new remedy in reaching his awful case: "It is really remarkable what a single medicine like Gly-Cas can do." he said. "For the past 25 years I have been bothered with gas, bloating, indigestion after my meals. My whole system seemed full of poison, was badly constipated, weakened, didn't sleep well nights and in a general run-down condition. I was getting worse every day as I had suffered con,- stantly for the past eight years, and it was telling on me badly. It was so discouraging to be trying all kinds of medicines hoping to find something to help me and all I had was failures. And even when I beiran taking Gly-Cas I had been disannointed so many times. I real- lv didn't exnect to get results. But it was certainly a pleasant surprise to find myself improving from the first My stomach and bowels have been regulated now, eat and sleep ifood and freed of that former suffering--yes. Gly-Cas has to be wonderful to do what it does.' 1 The most stubborn cases of rheumatism, neuritis, stomach, kidney, bowel, blood troubles have yielded to the merit of this new discovery. Gly-Cas is sold by the Michael Drug Co.. 5 South Federal Ave.. .Mason City. Iowa. Insufficient! Materials Are Not Enough to Make Good Quality. is as Quality does" and if you buy on performance, you'll be sure of your money s worth even though the original cost is a little more. At the Hospitals Corrine McDonald, 222 Madison avenue northwest, was admitted to the Park hospital Saturday foi treatment. . -...HO A daughter weighing T pounds 8V, ounces was bom to Mr. and Mr"s. Leland Hartwell, Nora Springs, Saturday at the Mercy hospital. Clifford Graham, Jr., 1215 Twelfth street'northwest, was admitted to the Story hospital Monday for a minor operation. A son weighing 9 pounds lo^ ounces was born to Dr. and Mrs. H W Morgan, 108 Madison avenue northwest, Sunday at the Mercy °Wilfred 'iCerdus, Thompson, was dismissed from the Park hospital Saturday following a minor opera- U °A daughter weighing 1 pounds 13 ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Evans, 1205 Twelfth street northwest, Monday at the Mercy ank Sherwood, 208% Thirteenth street northeast, was dismissed from the Park hospital Sunday following treatment. Mrs George Mettifee, 2116 Massa- chusettes avenue southeast, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Sunday following treatment. Betty Rhodes, 625 Fourth street southwest was dismissed from the Park hospital Sunday following a minor operation. Mrs Carl Riggins and infant son, 229 Third street northwest, were dismissed from the Mercy hospital "wifliam Kelsey, 211 ft North Federal avenue, was dismissed from the Park hospital Sunday following a minor operation. The Rev. J. Penny, Mason City, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Sunday following a major operation. . Allan Betty Christensen, 844 Third street northwest, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Sunday following a major operation. Mrs. W. J. Bilbrey, Kanawha, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Sunday following a major operation. Airs Ed Westover, Clear Lake, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Sunday following a major operation. . Mrs. Rudolph Young and infant son, Garner, were dismissed from the'Mercy hospital Sunday. Karl Fischer, 305 Washington avenue northwest, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Sunday following treatment. Mrs. Rudy Popp and infant daughter. 726':. Eleventh street northeast, were dismissed from the Mercy hospital Monday. Thomas Williams, Manly, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Monday following treatment. Mrs. Eugene Magoon, 912 Fifteenth street northeast, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Sunday following a major operation. Arnold Wendell, Belmond, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Sunday following a minor operation. Shirley Dean Conwell, Clear Lake, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Sunday following a minor operation. Mrs. Elmer Ward. 312 Beaumont avenue southwest, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Saturday following treatment. i W ifri°9 e Z, Copies of Chinese, Persian designs. All perfect, and seamless. Buv now! Super-Service quality tit lowest price v ^ ever! Waterproof-" -- * stainproof. Coil Spring Save i» Ward Week! 99 extra deep double deck coils for real comfort. Sensationally low-priced. Opens to twin or double beds! Covered in cretonne. With cotton mattress. Sheer Cushion dots in f i v e favorite- styles. B u y now--cave! Stands pressure! Flexible, b u t tough. 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