The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 26, 1934 · Page 4
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April 26, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

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FOUR MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 20 1931 More than 200,000 trees in 22 counties along tne Texas gulf were destroyed to a campaign to eradi cate citrus canker. Ends Body Odor in a Twinkling! Leaves No M. S. (NUdlclfla Sm«lll · All who perspire freely know that bathing is often only temporary relief from body odor. --Because body odor is caused by stale perspiration deep in the pores. The thick, sticky lather of most ordinary toilet soaps is unsuited chemically to mix with this stale perspiration and flush it out. Instead it do(t the poret with curdi. Now research chemists give you a 100% pure vegetable oil soap-Kirk's Castile--that breaks into bubbly lather instantly in hardest water. This bubbly lather goes deep into the pores, actually remore* stale perspiration curds, then rinses out completely. Thus it ends body odor at its source--the only effective way. And being odorless, it leaves no unpleasant M. S. (medicine smell), to betray its purpose. Kirk'u Coco Castile is made by the largest soap makers in America. And quite amazingly it costs no more than tho 'average toilet soap, although it is half again larger. It is novr selling at the lowest price in history. Be sure to ask for Kirk's Castile by name--at your grocer's. THREE COUNTIES PLAN GATHERING Joint Legion Meeting Will Be Held for Winnebago, Kossuth, Hancock. BRITT, April 26.--Plans are being completed for a three county meeting of American Legion and auxiliary members to be held here Tuesday, May 1. Hancock county will be host to' Winnebago and Kossuth. James Dolliver of Fort Dodge, eighth district comander, will be the main speaker for the Legion. Prominent auxiliary speakers will also appear. Entertainment features will be provided. Dancing will conclude the evening's program. W. W. Dirksen of Woden, Hancock county comander, will preside at the meeting. Seniors to Be Guests. FOREST CITY, April 26.--The Waldorf-Luther academy seniors will be guests of the under classmen at a banquet Friday evening. On Tuesday May 8, the junior college and school of business banquet will be held. DILLINGER LOSES WEAPONS SPANISH VETS HOLD MEETING State Commander Present at District Session at Emmetsburg. EMMETSBURG, April 26.--Fifty Soanish war veterans gathered here or a district meeting Wednesday. State Commander and Mrs. Blaine 'atterson from Des Moines attend- d. Clark Armstrong of Britt was oastmaster at the banquet and At- orney E. J. VanNess of Algona gave an address. Representatives vere present from Algona, Esther- irille, Emmetsburg, Dolliver, Ruth- iren, Mallard and Britt Interior view of Little Bohemia, a resort of Spider Lake, Wis., with Slax Organist of Spider Lake pointing to some of John DUlingcr's arsenal which he was forced to leave behind when government men and police dislodged him. (Central Press Photo). County Superintendent Speaker. ELMA, April 26.--Miss Zina Fessenden, superintendent of Howard county schools, will hold a meeting rhursday evening at Elma for rural jarents, regarding present day ichool problems. The meeting .will egin at 8 o'clock. More tomatoes are grown for canning than any other vegetable. Over 0,000,000 cases, of 24 cans each, are packed annually, in the United States, PRUSIA'S SPRING Quality- Counts Starts Friday New Spring Neckwear 55c and 65c wool lined four-in- hands--marked * Q' down to *·'*· During this Festival of Bargains- Quality stands out above price but price will cut a. big figure for the next 10 days. Your dollars will go far in getting you high standard of quality at unusually low prices. Kcad the items below--come in and see the piles of real bargains. Spring Union Suits "Allen A" make--fine combed yarn, short or long: sleeves, ankle or knee length. Regular $1.25 quality. MABKED JDOWN TO $1.00 Corduroy Pants YonnK men's models with large cutls. The best oi cortnroy lor long wear. ReCT'ar $3.50 quality. MARKED DOWN TO $2.95 Spring Suede Jackets Cossack style Kith button trout. Brown shade, regular $2.50 quality. aUBK£D DO\VN TO $1.98 Combination Topcoat and Raincoat A. cloth covered coat snitablts for rainy or fair weather* It shows style as well as service. An all round spring; and summer garment. MARKED DOWN TO SUITS Heal Hits for Spring and Summer SUITS Goofl, sturdy hard finish worsted clotb. These are oar "Marvel" and "Needlecraft" clothes. The spring season's newest creations. MARKED DOWN 10 Work Pants Good, sturdy pants in a variety of patterns. ZJght or heavy weights i In extremely tough ma- j terlals. Many are the ; ''JCee* make-union made: : $1-98 Men's Hickory Stripe Overall Pants A neat attipe-- a pant that Is far below the market today. Oar last chance to sell such TftlBes »t-- SUITS For the thrifty buyer we offer than exceptional new and strong values. Mostly ilrm worsted fabrics. MARKED DOWN TO S|0.50 SUITS Sites 3J to 38 only-- » limited nomberl. Some sold as high as 530. MARKED DOWN TO $11.95 Dress Shirts A nice assortment of new Spring patterns tn sizes 14 to 171/ 2 . Ever}' shirt cut full to a standard -- fully shrunk -with collars that fit after they're laundered. Sleeve lengths 33 to 35. MARKED DOWN XO $1-39 3 for $4 Pull-Over Sweaters With V-neck, U-neck or crew-neck in a variety of colors--all pure wool --light and dark shades for Spring. MARKED DOWN TO $1.98 SPRING HATS A style for every liend. A color for every taste. 50 A limited number only at--$1.95 SPORT SHIRTS In a mpsh Jersey cloth In 5 colors--white, tan, com. green and bloc. Very popnlar and they snvc in laundry. 3IARKED DOWN TO 89c Allen A Athletic Union Suits-^- soUed. Sizes 34-36 only. OQ- 75c quality ««'£ Canvas Gloves 10o Double Chore Gloves 15c Lee No. 31 Overalls $1.39 Fruit of Loom Pajamas $1.98 Shirts and Shorts, each . -25c Dress Shoes That Fit Feet tha Work Shoes Good sturdy shoes Made for service S1.98 and $2.50 RAY E. PRUJFIA CO. 109 SOUTH FEDERAL AVENUE--MASON CITY TO HURRY TRIAL FOR HAMILTON Badman Captured in Texas Reported to Be Pal of Barrow. DALLAS, Texas, April 26. LtP)--A quick trial at which the prosecution will seek the death penalty was ordered today for Raymond Hamilton, Texas badman, who was captured yesterday near Sherman, T as. Hamilton, police said, is a pal of Clyde Barrow, Texas bandit. Hamilton was brought here under heavy guard and Judge Nolan G. Williams ordered a special venire of 300 men to report Monday morning for jury service in the outlaw's trial on a charge of robbery with firearms--a capital offense-in the holdup of the Grand Prairie State bank March 19. District Attorney Robert Hurt announced he would demand the death penalty. SULTAN OF JOHORE WANTS BLUE EYED HORSE RIGHT AWAY SAN FRANCISCO, April 26. Iff) --His Highness Sir Ibrahim, sultan and sovereign ruler of the state of Jbhore, wants a blue eyed horse. The sultan, who is here enroute to England with his blond sultana, the former Mrs. Helen Wilson of Glasgow, said he will seek the steed he desires at stables on the San Francisco peninsula. A potentate of a country neighboring Sultan Ibrahim's British protected state on the Malay peninsula, obtained a blue eyed stallion some time ago from a California thoroughbred farm. Al Dalton. manager of the farm, said the sultan has ordered one with eyes of deeper blue, if possible. The 61 year old ruler, who married his Scottish wife four years ago after the death of his former sultana, said they will spend four days here. A busy round of social engagements will fill the time. They plan a leisurely trip across the United States and will sail for England early in the summer. Prominent Lumber Man at Washington Found Dead, Hangec WASHINGTON, Iowa, April 26. OcB--George Pauls, 60, was found dead at the Eclipse Lumber company yards here at 1:30 this morning. Authorities said he died by hanging last night. He was prominent in the state lumber association, a former member of the school board and active in community projects. Surviving are his widow and four children--George, Jr., Karl, Mrs. Clem Escher, Denver, Colo., and Miss Nina Pauls, Denver, Colo. Former Resident Buried. CRESCO, April 26.--Mrs. E. L. River, 80, an old resident of Cresco and other parts of Howard county, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Albert Karlen, Columbia, S. Dak., and was buried at LeRoy, Minn. Garner Will Hear Short. GARNER, April 26.--W. M. Short of Sioux City, candidate for the republican nomination for governor will give an adiress at the courthouse here Thursday night at o'clock. Accepts Fenton Position. GOLDFIELD, April 26.--Gerald Agard, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Agard and a graduate of Drake university, Des. Moines last spring accepted a position as athletic coach and teacher in the Fenton high school for the coming year. Ledyard Carnival Planned. LEDYARD, April 26.--The achoo band will play at the school carnival Friday night. The carnival is spon sored by the Purple and Gold Ac tivity association. Machado Hunted by American Police at Request From Cuba NEW YORK, April 26. G3)--Ger- ardo Machado, deposed president of Cuba,' who fled from the death threats of his countrymen last August, was hunted today by American authorities on Cuba's request for his extradition on murder charges. A general police alarm was sent out after United States marshals failed to find Machado at his New York apartment. They were told by his secretary, Julio Fernandez, that the former Cuban president had left Sunday without saying where he was going. The criminal charges against him are based on wholesale shootings which occurred a few days before his flight from the troubled island. NC891 Wins Second. FOREST CITY, April 26.--Gerhard Nesse, a sophomore at Waldorf college, won second place in the Southern Minnesota Junior college conference oratorical contest held at Concordla college, in St. Paul. Bethel institute of St. Paul placed first. A Brand New Dee-Lish-Us Treat FROZEN CHOCOLATE MALTED MILK RICH -- SMOOTH -- READY TO SERVE Quarts 30c, Pints I5c, Half Pints lOc EAT IT OR DRINK IT! -- ENJOY IT AT HOME! BIRDSALL ICE CREAM CO. 518 NORTH FEDERAL AVE. FURNITURE FOR EVERY HOME Place Your Woolens In a "LANE- CEDAR CHEST Spring Sale of Rugs and Linoleum Choose From Chapman's Larger Stocks -- Mohawk, Whittal, Hightstown Rugs and Carpets -- "Sealex" and Other Well Known Linoleums Bring Your Room Size With You. Trained Linoleum and Carpet Layers Household Quality Inlaid Linoleum, Si .35 Per square yard.. 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