The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 3, 1937 · Page 30
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March 3, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 30

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t :! ! t' I I -d MASON CITY-GLOBE-GAZETTE ·%;-vS?^ ftrS Iowa Dairymen Plan Advertising Program WATERLOO -- "The I o w a State Dairy Association through a committee o£ GO Iowa .dairymen; Is contacting every creamery in the state tor funds to be used in a National consumer educational .program on t h e value of butter and other" dairy products in the diet," says Ernest M. Wright; field secretary of the Iowa Slate Dairy association. These funds will all be sent direct to the National Dairy council, Chicago. The most intensive consumer! educational program will tie carried on in the eastern part of the United States, where 75 per cent of Iowa's butter is sold, according to Mr. Wrigh't. . Y . . . SPARK -AUKESTER One of the best protective devices against chimney fires is a spark arrester, says Henry Giese, Iowa agricultural engineer. The arrester is a.small cake-like affair that fits snugly over the chimney. FIRST SHOT! FARMERS: Make Your Shopping Easy You Con AJwoys Find Your Heeds at HUXTABLES Dr. Hess Poultr? and Stock Tonic Dip and Fly Chaser Lice Powder Lee Germozone Stock and . Poultry .Tonics Walko Tablets and Liquids Dr. Robert's Veterinary Preparations (full line) 'Fleminsr's Blister Ointments and Liniments Blekmarc's Gall Salves and Healing Powder GomuauH's Caustic" Balsom Kow-Karc and Calves Cordial Bar Balm and Udder Balm Noyer's Teat Dilators Nokik's Dilators Conkey's Preparations Seargcnt's Preparations Glover's Preparations Milk Tubes 'and Prochars Formaldehyde, Sodium FIou- ride, Semeson Jr., Scmcson Bell Valspar Paints and Varnishes HUNDREDS OF OTHER ITEMS NOT MENTIONED AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES! HUXTABLE DRUG CO. "North Iowa's Largest Drug Store" 116 South Federal Ave. Mason Cify, Iowa Modernistic Lines in Damon's Gift Shop MoSernistic lines, characteristic of Damon*, Inc., expanded gift department and typical of rearraneins throughout the large department store, lend attractiveness to the widely varied assortment of gifts found there. Supplies of gifts are being- replenished constantly from all parts of the world with emphasis on those of seasonable nature. Mrs. L. W. Keller is in charge of this department, which is in the basement. (Photo by Lock, Kayenay Engraving) OUR YESTERDAYS Continued From rage 15 published this news ol the tosvn in June 1884: The world renewed Spanish students at the. opera house Friday night. C. W. Sargent took a run down to Ottumwa last Saturday, where he spent Sunday with friends. Captain G. R. Miller was selected to represent the G. A. H. ot this place in the late Mar- shatltown encampment. The B., C. R. N. Railway company announces its intention to build about 300 miles o£ new track this summer. Mr. Olivei- Andrews had the misfortune to lose some 15 of his calves the past season, by what he terms "Winter Cholera." Mrs. William Winter, from Cerro Gordo, has been spending the week with .her son. W. R. and friends in this place.--Cedar Falls "Gazette." Miss Sarah Dwycr had the misfortune while skating, last Monday night, to fall and sprain her wrist. It was at first report- JUST BUTTER TO YOU . . . . . BUT A REPUTATION TO US Serving the World's Finest Butter Makes Our Business Grow 6JT-- NORTH IOWA CREAMERIES CO-OPERATING -- 65 iowa State Brand Creameries, Inc. d that her arm had been brok- Have Important Cases. Glass and Hughes are enjoy- ng the satistaction of having a onsiderable number of impor- ant cases decided in their favor his week by the state supreme ourt. A. Pardee, of Mason City, is bout to settle in Chamberlain, .nd has bought a halt interest n Dan Overacker's dray line, nd will engage actively in that business.--Chamberlain "Regis- er." Hev. Adams, an old resident of £ this "neck o* woods" preached wo very able and interesting ermons at the Baptist church, ast Sunday. Mr. Adams makes iis home in Michigan, but is isiting with Mason City rela- ives at present.--Clear Lake 'Recorder." Half Fare to St. Louis Conr ention. : --The Central R. R. of owa will sell round trip tickets o St. Louis from all its coubon lations at half fare. Sale will commence July 23 and close the 27. Tickets good for return un- il July 3. Hate from Mason City S15. EROSION WAR As ammunition for use in Kansas's war on erosion, grass and tree seeds are being col- ected in all parts of the state. 3rass seeds of nine native varieties have been collected for planting. Seeds for 7,000,000 seedlings in 1937 is the goal of the CCC workers collecting tree seeds. Tree seeds being collected include osagc orange, oak, ash, loney locust, black locust and black walnut. Should Fix Machinery of Farmers Virtue Says Ordering of Replacements Now Will Save Delay Later. Farmers should begin checking over their machinery now so that any new parts needed may be secured before "repair days" roll around, says Byron T. Virtue, extension assistant in agricultural engineering at Iowa State college. Ordering replacements now will eliminate future delays in preparing equipment for spring field work. The question of buying a new machine or repairing an old one ---a problem always facing the farmer--should be settled before the crop year is begun if field breakdowns with present equipment are to be avoided. Farmers should consider all factors before discarding or trading in their machines. In some cases money spent for repairs might more wisely be used in obtaining a new machine, but usually a few dollars spent for new parts will make an old machine perform satisfactorily. GERMANY BUYS MULES - "Big mules, weighing from 1,500 to 1,600 pounds, are being bought for farm use in Germany, and smaller mules, averaging around 1,000 pounds, are being bought for army use there," says Frost Sparks of the Sparks Horse and Mule company, East St. Louis, III. "We have shipped 450 head recently." FOR SALE SOYBEAN SEED SEED BARLEY FENCING, COAL WAYNE FEEDS Farmers Elevator, i«c. Phone 270 Mason City

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