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ji^ ev D.Q.K. MOVIC C ''Fast and Loose/' With Montgomery and Russell, to Open on Tuesday n .,,'!f» St a " d L , oos £" f ast-moving sequel to last season's "Fast Com- PosaUnd R, 68 JS ' ,£ eC ' 1 Tu . es Jay, with Robert Montgomery and Kosalmd Russell in the starring characterizations. in =,?£· ff?f ** 'V aSt B S a -' are book dcalei - who becomes embroiled m a seues of murder mysteries, and Miss Russell is seen as his wife, - *and both attempt to solve the whodunits of the picture. Supporting parts are taken by Reginald Owen, Ralph Morgan, Etienne Girardot, Alan Dinehart MOVIE MENU CECIL--"The Little Princess" end-, Monday. "Fast and Loose" be Sins Tuesday. PALACE--"Made for Each Other' and "Pirates of the Skies througli Tuesday. STRAND--"The Young in Heart anU "Law West ot Tombstone' through Tuesday. S T A T E -- "Brother Rat" and "Saleslady" through Wcdncs day. LAKE--(Clear Lake)--"Honolulu" ends Blonday. "The Girl Do«Tistairs" and "King of AJ- catraz" faeirin Tuesday. BENEFIT PARTY HELD ALLISON--The CampUre Girls cleared $15.41 at their benefit : card, party held i n - t h e Community room .of the town hall Thursday evening. , Designs of a coke burning apparatus intended to lift fog from aerodromes have been submitted to the British royal air force and will be tested in the near future. Avalon Ballroom MANLY, IOWA ,NO DANCE TUESDAY, MARCH 21 -- FREE -FAREWELL DANCE THURSDAY, MARCH 23 Music by HAROLD LIBERSKY ADDED ATTRACTION' TWO tt'-H-O KADIO STARS 3 BIG ACTS at CLEAR LAKE GOLF CLUB March 21 to 27 2 Shows Nightly 10 p. m. and 1 a. m. Nick Wayne Sensational Banjoist Verne Hansen Comedian and Guitarist Who Is the Masked Memory Lane Troubadour? Watch for Her in Clear Lake Tuesday! Admission 40c Per Person and Sidney Blaefcmer. This is Miss Russell's first role since her p o r t r a yal in "The Citadel," one of the 10 best o£ 1938. F r a n c i s ka Gaal and Franchot Tone head the cast of "The G i r l D o w n- stairs,'' j o 11 y j c n t ertairsmcnt i at the Lak theater in Cleat Lake Tuesdaj a n d Wednes day, with Wai _ . , - - ' e r Connolly R o b e r t Mo u ts»n.*ry R j t ,, J ohnson and Reginald Gardiner in lesse roles. Co-featured is "King o Aleatraz," which has J. Carro Naish villain-ing AT THE CECIL "The Little Princess" Ends Monday Painstakingly produced in lav- sh manner, in technicolor, "The Jttle Princess" retains for Shirey Temple her place as-Holly- vood's queen. Given the benefit of further films such as this ·harming story, Shirley will have no trouble continuing her reign despite the encroachment of "old age," for this picture marks a definite step in her career. The story is of rich little Sarah Crewe whose daddy (Ian Hunter) goes to fight the Boers, and leaves her at a snobbish boarding school. Miss Minchin (Mary Nash) as the school's money-worshiping .mistress becomes a legitimate ogre as Miss Nash nicely handles one of the most difficult roles in the picture. Unforgettable . . . Arthur Treachcr is MV-S Minchin's likable brother, a former music ball entertainer, and Richard Greene and Anita Louise are the romantics. Cesar Romero has what might be considered (for him) an unusual role -- that oE benefactor to Shirley, when she is treated shabbily as Miss Minchin is informed Shirley's dad was killed, leaving -'The Little Princess" penniless. Sybil Jason contributes an unforgettable, heart-tugging performance as the little cockney girl who works at the boarding STATE THRU WED. in "BROTHER RAT" Co-Hit "SALESLADY" j*^ E.VDS 3IONDAY XIG1IT SHIRLEY TEMPLE in "LITTLE PRINCESS" Filmtd In Color) J.-QKTH 10»-A-S BEST T l l E A T E H ~ STARTS TUESDAY -- Flus These Added Subjects WALT DISNEY Sflly Symphony "SELF CONTROL" "SPORTING DAY" Sportliglit MYSTERY is SWELL FUN! . ' * · · Wiley discovers tic has a niic on a blonde . . . i h c cops di*- h c s been m o n k e y i n g a r o u n ( I . . . ^xiid t h e siiij f i n d s out he's too ROBERT MONTGOMERY ROSALIND RUSSELL PATand LOOSE" A N M-G-M P I C T U R E COMING SATURDAY Radio's Ace Comedians Charlie McCarthy, Edgar Bergen, W. C. Fields "YOU CAN'T CHEAT AN HONEST MAN" PALACE--NOW--THRU TUESDAY CAROLE t O M B A R D JAMES STEWART In "Made For Each Other" "Pirates of the Skies" STRAND '.".\Klt\- CAREY _ "I.UV WFST OF T O M n - TM ^ A i V ^ V l U i t . n I » V V T f » v \ - « TOMnsTO.V D W - T I I R I : TIK i " ..'':",, " · . ! O L ' C 1 - A S F A I R B A N K S , J T. TO THK PALACE--"S0.\ OF FRANKENSTEIN' school. All in all, the film is a more - than - successful transpose lion of the Frances Hodgson Bur nett favorite. Touching Scene . . . Needless to say, a happy ending is in order, with none other than Queen Victoria (Beryl Mercer) one of those present at the finale One of the most touching scenes m the entire cinema is that in winch Shirley seeUo permission from the queen !o search the hospital for Hunter, thought to be killed in the war. "The Little Princess," we assure you,'is A-No. 1 entertainment for the entire family, a "must see" picture. AT THE PALACE Ends Tuesday What with hardly a dry eye in the house during the showing of ' Made for Each Other" and plenty of excitement in "Pirates of the blues/' the Palace theater offered a way to fill up the major part of a weekend in ifs current doubl» feature program. Carole Lombard cries for the first time, according to Hollywood, in "Made for Each Other," which is the pathetic story of a young couple's struggle to make a go of marriage. James Stewart is the husband, a young lawyer who meets his bride to be while on a business trip to Boston He marries her and brings her home to his mother and the difficulties Loughs, Too . . . Just as the troubles are about to outnumber the pleasures o f ! their marriage, the baby (yes, they have a baby) becomes seriously ill and this common trouble to share reunites them. Funny are the moments when James Stewart tries to explain his romance to his employer by shouting into his aid- to-the-hard-of-hearing receiving set and when Carole comes out oE the doctor's office, informed that she is to have a baby. Performances of (he two leada are good and Lucile Watson is outstanding as Stewart's mother Others m the cast are Charles Co- MASON.CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE KIESTER FARM BUREAU MEETS J. M. Robertson of Mason City Speaks at Unit's Session KIESTER, Minn.--The Kiester Unit ot the Farm Bureau presented a program Friday evening in the high school auditorium with Sidney Flo in charge. Music for the evening was furnished by Ted Svyartz of Mason City as the "Yodeling Cowboy" and Franklin Thompson who sang as tenor "That Irish Mother of and "When Irish Eyes are MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1939 HERE and THERE Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents iVNorth Iowa and Southern Minnesota solos, IVllne u..u i r j l e l l 111:311 EjycS 3I~ti Smiling." Dale Wolfe gave a reading and Lois Wittman a declamation. The speaker of the evening was a former Kiester resident, J. M. Robertson of Mason City. He spoke on the benefits of the Farm Bureau and Co-operation. Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Neilson, Mr. md Mrs. Allen Parks and Mr. and Wrs. Sid Ozmun were in charge of he program. Refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs. Erie Baer, Mr. and ilrs. John Scherb, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Katzung, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hen-ick and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Clausen. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS ... ...,_ ,_ Hol . avt - ^| ltu - lt J S V^Q- burn, Eddie Quillan, Alma Kruger Ruth Weston, Donald Bvi«e=' Harry Davenport, Esther Dale and Louise Beavers. Nashua's Gift . . . Kent Taylor, Nashua's gi£t to the screen, foils the crooks in "Pirates o£ the Skies" in which he is cast as a dare-devil commercial flyer until he enlists with the state flying patrol. Rochelle Hudson, Lucien Littlefield, Ray Walker, Regis Toomey, Stanley Andrews and Marion Martin are also in the film. The . crooks have an ingenious system which includes a microphone to pick up aviators' conversation, carrier pigeons, a hidden plane and other devices. O'Neil, Lucinda B., et al to !eatrice Doyle Luscomb, SI. QCD ract of land beg. center of road 0 rds E of center of N line of SE NW 18-96-21, then S 18 rds! then E 4 rds, then N 18 rds, then W 4 rds to beg. 6-21-39. National Life Insurance Co to J. B. Thompson 812,000. NW NE and N 30A of S» NE of 32^ and Carver, Ralph and Stella to H M. Gibbs, Sl.OO. SE 23-97-21. 3-7." Schumacher, C. B. and Wmni- ircd, to C. M. and Ethel B. Schumacher, Sl.OO. E'f. NW and W ' i Arc* TM C i c: f\ i nc, , ,T ' ' -- 19 Attend Harmony Club's Meeting in Owen Mullen Home ROCKWELL -- The Harmony lub met m an all day session at the home of Mrs. Owen.Mullen vith 19 members present. _ The business session was pre- ided over by Mary Gallagher in the absence of Mrs. Vosburgh. The opera numbers as well as inging numbers were reviewed nd a music recognition test giv- n in preparation for Achieve- nent day. Some time was given to he dancing of the Gavotte. i A well prepared lunch was erved at noon. The next meetin" vill be held a£ the home or Rose -ennedy March 30. Lavane Smith Wins in Spelling Contest N E W H A M P T O N -- L a v a n e Smith, 12 year old son of Mr. and Mrs, Carl Smith, Ionia, won the Chickasaw county spelling contest here Saturday afternoon He is m eighth grade at Richland township district two. Miss Arlene Costello is the teacher. T -,---«"- -"-" f 2 J,\ %* NE of 15-94-22. 10-18-38 Crane, C. F. and Alice A., et al to Louis C. Crepow SI L 13 14 B 1 Crane Hill's 1st add. to Oakwood Park, C. L. 8-2-34 Stoecker, Albert G. and Angeline K., to G. J. Mueller and Herman Backhaus, Sl.OO. L 9 Blk E Oak Park Add to M. C. 3-3-39 Paul, W. F. and Nydia A. to \V L. Able and Frances $7,500.00 Tract of land in SW 8-96-21- also tract in SE SW 8-96-21; all in SW 8-96-21; a i so tract in L 1 Subd of SE SE of 7 and NE SE of 7-96-n all in C. L. 2-25-39. Anderson, Emma to Thomas F James, Sl.OO. L 15 B 8 Wildwood Add to M. C. 3-7-39. Thomas, Ida M.. to George H Sauerberg, S400. LIT B15 Young's Subd of L3, 6, 9, 10 and that part of LI and 2 lying W and S of cen- -r of Lime Creek, all in Subd of W 11-96-20. 8-7-35 Phalen, Tim R., Sheriff, to Bankers Life Company, 514,838.73. SW 20-95-19. 3-8-39. Phalen; Tim R., Sheriff, to Home Owners' Loan Corp, S' 838 94. L3 B2 Parker's 6th Add to MC. First National Bank, MC to Henry H. Boyce, $300. Lib Bl Highlands. 4-19-38. Crapser, Bruce and Veronica E to Evelyn Pinneke. Sl.OO. L 5 and E. 4 feet of L 6 in B 12 H. E Francisco's 2nd Add M. C 2-20-39 Senneff. Jno. A. Jr. and Eunice C. to Evelyn Pinneke. $1.00. L 22 B 18, College Add to M. C. 2-24-39 Wright, Vera Z. to First Nat. Bk. OT. C. Sl.OO QCD Beg. SW corner of SW NE 34-S7-20, then E 60 rds. then N 24 rds, then W GO rds, then S 24 rds. to beg. 3-13-39. Smokestad. Lillian C. to John H. Johnson, Sl.OO. SV- L 7 and 8 B 10 Railroad Add to C. L. 1-24-39 Standley, Ivan C. to Volney A. Hansen, Sl.OO. S 75 feet of L 17 ~- J 18 B 1 E ~ · ~ At Basketball Meet HANLONTOWN -- Coach Leon Thompson and Supt. H. M. Burke accompanied by Harold Field, James Brunsvold, Lu Verne Kaasa, Carl Furness, Stanford Holtan, Emmersoii Payne, Boyd Loveless and Warren Millaid, left Thursday morning for Des Moines to attend the state basketball tournament Sells Feed Mill ST. ANSGAR--Earl Hollatz has sold his portable feed mill to Lawrence Dieterich. Mr. Hollatz was compelled to give up the work on account of eye trouble. Home From Hospital CALMAH -- Theodore Johnson was returned to his home after several weeks at the hospital in Iowa City where he received medical treatment. Submits to Operation ROCKWELL -- Joanne Moorehead, the 4 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Moorehead was admitted to the Rockwell hospital Thursday and underwent an operation for appendicitis. Visit at Centerville ORCHARD--Kieth and Beltie Francis and Lucille Eilers motored to Centerville Friday to visit relatives. .Visits With Mother HUDD -- Mrs. Ross Hardman came from California Friday morning to see her mother, Mrs Celia Wood, who is ill. Submits to Operation POPEJOY -- D e l p h a M a e Brownlee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Brownlee, submitted to an appendicitis operation at the Iowa Falls · - · · · · -afternoon. Attend Funeral ROWAN--Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Keith. of Chaska, Minn., came to accompany their mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. At Cage Sleet RAKE-- Coach and Mrs. Odel hospital Thursday , . . . . Keith, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keith and Mrs. Earl Sellers at a funeral in Renwick. Hostesses to Aid MESERVEY -- Mrs. James Faaborg and Mrs. Ed Hooks were hostesses to the Ladies aid at the church basement Thursday afternoon. Attends Convention BUFFALO CENTER -- John Slaba left Friday morning for Mason City where he will accompany a group of hardware dealers to Moline, 111.; to attend a convention. Move to Town JOICE -- Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Wolf and family moved to the George Rowe residence Thursday country home at [Mrs. Minnie Woodley of Geneva Entertains GENEVA--Mrs. Minnie Wood- l ley entertained a group o£ friends at cards Friday evening. Her daughters, Miss Elsie Woodley and Mrs. Charles Van Wert assisted her as hostesses. * ."I" 1C S t r e a m l i n e d Southern Swmfc Presented By HERBIE HOLMES AXn HIS ORCHESTRA TUBS. I W H O S E R A P I D CLIMB IN T H E OOI.VMN OF CO.M- IXf, SAME DAxns IS T H E S E N S A T I O N OF THE S E A S O N I L A D I E S 4(lc - G E N T S Sic - T i n , Tax SfECTAl. LATF. B I S A t T E R B A N U t ENDS MONDAY "HONOLULU" TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY Two Features 'THE GIRL DOWNSTAIRS' --plus-"KING OF ALCATRAZ" Continuous From 2 p. m. Newcomb. Dora A. to Volney A. Hansen, Sl.OO. S 75 feet of L 17 d C 8 2 -f 8-3B" Park Pj3Ce Add t0 Bohling Gailen Allen to Charles AH?? ^T $1 ' 00 - L 3 B56 Browne's Add to M. C. 3-7-39 Western Lakes Resort Company, to K. 1. Konvalinka, Sl.OO Bejr A E corner L 14 B 9 then N'ly 40 feet then SW'ly to NE corner of L 22 said blk; then SE'ly 40 feet, then E'iy 20 feet to beg. 2-3-13. Holahau, Maurice F. Jr, and et al to Everett F. Brewen and M U c e 3-9-3°9- L 28 B 8 TM^TM«" \Vhitney, Charles L. and Hester Raymond L. L., county treasur- ' Rj 0 -^", 6 Balabon ' S3013. L ' Park PIace Add J ° M- C. ' Tim R- sheriff, to Fred Hpyt. S. M., to Samuel H. Hoyt et a . S l . O O . L 1 Subd of L 5 B 22 Paul Felt's Plat of M. C. 7-23-35. f H o y t ) , Si'.Oo! LTM! 5'"]^ T 3 'i! 4 D 15 ' Hoyt " s a - st Add to M. c" : o ,r College Add to M. C. 68-3-J. Western Lakes Resort Co.. lo K from their Bristol. Goes to Los Angeles, Cal. HANLONTOWN -- Erick Myli has gone to Los Angeles, Cal., to visit his daughter and will be joined later by Mrs. Myli and a daughter' who is employed in Chicago. At Parental Home BURT -- Albert Manus, Milwaukee Wis., is spending a few days here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Manus. Home From Chicago HANLONTOWN-- Eli F. Colby returned Thursday from a business trip to Chicago. Son Is Born CALMAR -- Born to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rothmeyer of Festina, a son. . Confined to Home _ ROCKWELL-- Mrs. Clara Maher is confined to her home in north part of town, with a sever attack of erysipelas. Visits at GrinncII ORCHARD-- Hildred Newcomer, the primary teacher, went to her home at Grinnell to visit with her parents. From Lonir Valley, S. Dak ,, RUDD-- Suel Allen of Long Valley, S. Dak., came Thursday mght for a visit in Rudd and vicinity. He formerly lived 4 miles east and 1 mile south of Rudd. Is New Minister ROWAN-- The Rev. John Arnott of Burrows, Ind., is the new minister of the Rowan Congregational church. Home for Vacation DUMONT -- Miss Jean Austin, senior at Iowa State, and Miss Velma Sorenson, junior, are visiting at the home of their parents Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Austin, and Mr and Mrs. F. M. Sorenson. Leave for Bay Town, Tcx BURT-Mr. and Mrs. G W Patterson left Thursday for Bay I own, Tex., where they will visit their son, Donald sons mother. Mrs ., ir son, Donald. Mrs. Patter- in r f Wesley Ave., then SW'ly 20 feet, then SE'ly 40 feet to NW corner of L 13 then E'ly 20 feet to beginning. 2-3-13. ^^ r n hm '.r rank ' to Aor am Swain n o w° r £ lhy M " S1 ' 00 ' L 1 and 2 B 9 W. Haven Add to M. C. 9-2938. Raymond. L. L.. county treasurer to J. H. Hardy. S22.G2. L 6 B 1 Colloton's Add M. C 2-15-39 Brown Elizabeth Morse ct'al. to i Waters at George Fred Morse, Sl.OO. Tract in - al St_corricr of K.. SW 21-37-13. Stensrude, of the _,,, To Southern Illinois EMMETSBURG--Mrs. LaVerne ' J- W. Sharp, Lowell, bharp left Emmetsburg · lor southern Illinois where they will visit relatives at various points for about a week ,,_ Returns to Graf ton GRAFTON -- Alfred Walk returned home Friday from Cherokee after spending several months in the state hospital. On Business Trip RAKE--Ole Hove. Cad Hav! le "' J??? 1 ^" Quame and O. H. Toft left Friday for DCS Moines on a business trip. Visits at PCS IHoines HAJvLONTOWN _ M r f . Leon lliompspn is visiting friends in DCS Moines. Canadians Visit ST. ANSGAR--Mr. and Mi- Rudolph Viergut of Saskatchewan, Canada, has been visiting relatives and friends in this vicinity. Visit in Minnesota .LEDYARD--Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Smith visited at the home of their daughter at Worthington Minn., Tuesday. ' Visitor at Chapin CHAPIN--Miss Carrie Mordick, , who has been spending the win! ter with her^ sister. Mrs. Claude Taobor. S. Dak., ar- nvcci last week and will visit w i t h her sister, Mrs. Carl Kamm- i'ad. Forslund, accompanied by Mr anc Mrs. Eidahl, Forest City coach left Friday for Des Moines to attend the Iowa state basketbai tournament. On Business Trip HANLONTOWN--Edwin Field left Thursday for Des Moines to attend to business. Is From Cedar Falls LEDYARD--Mrs. Hazel Jenks of Cedar Falls is visiting at her father's home, Oliver Marqus To Rochester, Minn. BURT--Mr. and Airs L H. Schenck went to Rochester, Minn., Wednesday where Mrs. Schenck is going through the Mayo clinic. Visit at Des Moines CORWITH--Mrs. W. C. Woodbury and son, Maynard, went to Des Moines Friday to spend the weekend at the George Woodbury home and to attend the state basketball finals. Alice and Shirley Hauswirth also went to Des Moines to be with the former's sister, Erma Hauswirth, and attend the finals. Goes to Rochester LONEROCK--Mrs. C. E. House- lolder left Thursday morning for Rochester where she will receive medical attention. At Father's Rites ST1LSON--Mr. and Mrs. John Germantz and daughter from Texas arrived Thursday to attend the funeral of her father, Carl Shroeder. . Move to California LEROY, Minn. -- Robert Desto , . -- pard, Jr., and family moved Hollywood, Cal. Go to Lake City GOODELl, _ Mrs. Mac Fuller and two daughters, Ruth Ann and Loretta, went to Lake City Wednesday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Holmes. Visits at Fort Dodge POPEJOY-- The Rev. Wilbur E. Morse and grandmother, Mrs E Petitt, visited his parents at Fort Dotlge Wednesday and Thursday. Visitor From Dewitt FOREST CITY -- Mrs L F Clifford of Dewitt is visiting this week in the home of her mother Mrs. t,. R. Perry. ' Visits in Far West EAGLE GROVE -- Mrs. T. H. Bangs is visiting in Los Angeles Cal., for a few weeks, with her daughter, Mrs. James Elliott. The latter was formerly Miss Juliette Frandsen of Eagle Grove. On Business Trip CALMAR-- Mrs. Mayme Skor -- . e or made a business trip to Dubuque Tup^rlnv Tuesday. LUNCHEON IS HELD BR1TT--Mrs. Emil Nissen and Mrs., E. F. Wheelan entertained seven tables at a 1 o'clock luncheon Saturday. Favors in bridge were awarded Mrs. H. R. Morgan Mrs. R. W. Kelly, Mrs. Carl Ode and Mrs. Russell Saunders. The number of depositors in the British postoffice savings bank on Jan. 1 was 11,200,000 and the amount of their deposits about $2,546,500,000. April 1 Deadline for Signing Up for Co-Op Patronage Dividend ROCKWELL--April 1, 1939, is the deadline for signing up to participate in the 1938 patronage distribution, R. A. Holman, president of the Rockwell co-operative elevator, announced. At the annual meeting on March 4, it was voted to pay patronage dividends to stockholders and patrons who sign an application for membership to be paid for by dividends placed to their credit until they have sufficient for a $25 share of stock, Mr. Holman stated, adding that many have already signed up. CLUB HAS MEETING POPEJOY--Mrs. John Brighton entertained the Mothers club at her home Friday, for the March meeting. The April meeting will be \vith Mrs. Kenneth Brown. TRADE TODAY ...We Will PAY! Top Allowances on FORDS, PLYMOUTHS, CHEVROLETS, HUDSONS, HUDSON TERRAPLANES and other popular makes Don't lee anything keep you away from these bargains. We absolutely mutt have Used Cars of the above makes, and we're going the limit on trade-in allowances to bring ihem ia! Get more for your old car, and get a new 1939 Hudson for safer, more satisfactory driviDg. We're'ready to talk business . . . how about you? Remera- ber-HUDSON PRICES NOW START AT $895, delivered in Detroit, equipped to drive, itate taxi if any, extra. LAPINER MOTOR CO. 125 South Delowore Phone 1182 Mason City, Iowa KNEW IN WEEK I WAS ON RIGHT ROAD," SAYS UNN CO. FARMER Say;s Natex Lost No Time at All in Helping Him -- Now Reports Relief From Constipation, Indigestion, Head and Backaches. 'Yes, sir, I kne.w in 7 days that Natex was just the medicine I needed, and now I feel like a different man in. every respect," declares Mr. Elmer Ward, well- tnown farmer of Center Point, inn Co. "For over two years, you see, d been having all kinds of worries arid was trying just about :very medicine ' I could' get. iny lands on to try to win reUef. I was badly constipated constantly, and it was a rare day that I didn't lave a headSche. It made no mat- .er what or how little I ate, either, )ecause food always soured in my stomach, formed gas and distressed me with indigestion, iloating, shortness of breath and acid-risings. Then, too, there always seemed to be aching misery n my back and arms that made my work a real burden. "It was almost in desperation :herefore, that I tried Natex, but in just 7 short days I knew I was on the right road at last. "Even before my first week was up my bowels were moving more horoughly and pleasantly than hey had in long years. Now, I'm eating anything and everything vitliout a thought of distress afterwards; my head never seems o ache, and -there's ,no sign of ,, ,,, ,, Mr - timer Ward misery in either my back or arms. My wife took Natex along with me, too, and now she's just as highly please-d with this great medicine as I am. You can just depend on it that we're recommending Natex at every chance we get." Natex is sold by most all leading druggists everywhere and is being especially featured here by «,« T.__,_. ,,_.._ c South the Engler Drug Federal Ave. *100 REWARD SUV n inje that we ever knowinelj or u«d «. testimonial that TTM not t true in every respect. You Con Purchase a Genuine 1939 FRIGIDAIRE for as low as Select Yours Tomorrow DOWN · Delivers Your Credit is Good MiER WOLF SOHS

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