The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on May 3, 1934 · Page 11
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, May 3, 1934
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MAY 3 · 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE ELEVEN A STORE OF MODERATE PRICES You will always find something at Damon's THE FASHI CAME SNAPS INTERS SHOT Smart shoes that focus your cfifc from morn to night in young and gay Cormfe Creations'... ,. i ti fttt o 'our summer / / ;/| O »2£is, f r \ Others $2.99 to $5.95 All-WJiite seowovft for thoie v e r y swanky places.».or would you Itke ·white with brown straps? All-leather heel. 95 $^.00 to $"2.98 Novelty Arrangements of Damnation Calfskin, Pigskin and Netto with Metal and Bone trims. DAMON'S MAIN FLOOR If goes to bright this kid strap wil Grecian look aroi ankle and on the Gloves... You must be serious about gay gloves this summer . . . they're the most important accent note for one's costume . . . crisp ideas m piques . . . frothy confections of organdie . . . silk and mesh palms . . . truly the most wonderful array of silk and cotton that you've ever seen , . . $1-00 to $2-95 DAMON'S MAIN FLOOR X t«i"t it cunning? White ieawave with an intricate lacing over a Jiny hidden tongue ,,, all-leather heef. 95 Ripple seawave with delicate network of p»r* forations is a shoe wHJ» Spring-info-5umtn«f significance., t (95 A McCallum J Elastic Top Stocking That Fits Evcryliodj! u Jtwt fLnou) She Wears Them" It's the clever two-way stretch garter hem that does the trick . . . adapting itself to any size leg with ease and comfort . . . Newest shades. $ | .35 Sheer . . . or Service-Sheer Sizes 8'/ 2 to 12 DAMON'S MAIN FLOOR tn tempo with summer ., . wNjfe iWsk'n with "sweep" , ~of tfny stitching onef perforations .,. note the bow throat. ocR-Up on L.S v A 1 %V« Can you think of anything * smarter than white rough porette with brown calf tongue and lacing? All-leather heel. !95 REAR MAIN FLOOR SIZES 3-10 AAAA to C A clever and comfortable vogue. Linen and Linenes . . . smart blues . . . yellows . . . greens . . . tans and reds. and 5 DAMON'S MAIN FLOOR Cotton Knit Slack Suits Bright colored sweater and full cut slacks . · - Just the thing for lounging and beach wear. Mail Orders Filled amati A/ Mail Orders Filled Not Always High Prices Quality Doesn't Always Mean Higher Costs. By STAFF WRITER "Guess I've got you this time, old-timer," said a friend of mine a few days ago. "You're always preaching that a fellow ought to pay more for everything in order to get better goods. Now let me show you something. 1 "Here are a couple of the finest oriental rugs you ever laid eyes on. Yet I picked 'em up downtown last week at a price so low that It would make your head swim. How about that?" They Were Beauties. They were beauties and a real, sure-enough bargain. But that didn't surprise me. What Old surprise me was that my friend should so far have misunderstood my viewpoint on quality.' High price doesn't necessarily mean high quality any more than low price means a bargain. I have never advocated that anyone adopt a blind policy of buying high priced goods and relying on that to bring them quality. What I do advocate is that every buyer school himself on quality-learn to tell the difference in materials, finish, workmanship and utility of different grades of merchandise. Ask questions of the sales people. Ask to be shown the differences in material and construction between articles offered at different prices. In other words, put the thought of "quality" first. Then the matter of price can be considered on its own merits. Must Be Satisfactory. If the quality is satisfactory and you can buy it at a low price, so much the batter but you must know something about different qualities or you will not be able to tell, whether the price represents an unusual value or not. My friend knew his "quality" In Oriental rugs. He knew a lot about weaves, weights and finishes. Consequently he was in position to know when he encountered a real buying opportunity. And he reaped the benefit. Today on account of the greatly lowered prices for raw material and all manufacturing costs there are more real buying opportunities perhaps than ever before; but to be sure you're on the right track you must" put quality first. All is not gold that glitters yet a "glittering' price tag may point out a golden opportunity to buy. One Contest Out of 6 in South Dakota Will Go Into Runoff SIOUX FALLS, S. Dak.. May 3. (.?)---South Dakota's primary election Tuesday brought renominatlon for Gov. Tom Berry and Congressmen Theodore B. Werner and Fred H. Hildcbrandt, all democrats, and selection of two of three republican candidates to oppose them in the general election next fall. W. C. Allen, Aberdeen publisher, won the republican nomination for governor and will oppose the chief executive. C. A. Christopherson, former republican representative from the first district, will contest the election with Hlldebrandt, who defeated him four years ago. In the second district, none of the four republican candidates received the 35 per cent of the vote necessary for nomination, and a candidate will be selected by the party's convention in June to oppose Congressman Werner. Books are being produced for thd wandering peoples of Russia's Faf North. Savages are queer. You don't sec part of them starving In a land that provides abundance for all.--Davenport Times. WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- WITHOUT CALOMEL And You'll Jump Out of Bed in the Morning Rarin' to Go If you feel «our mad eunlc iod th« world looko punk, don't nwatlow · lot of sal in, mineral water, oil. tuatlre c»ndy or chewing; jum imd expert thfro to malt* you puddcnly sweet and buoyant and full of sunshine. For they can't do It. They only nor* th* boweU and · m*re morement doesn't set at thp cauie. The reason (or your doirn-and-ouC feeling la your liver. It ihould pour out twu pound* ol liquid bile into your bowcli daily. If thin bile la not flowing freely, your food doesn't digest. It just decays in tha bowels. Gag bloat* up your stomach. You hare a thick, bad Usta and your breath la foul, skin often breaks out in blrmiBhcu. Your head ·elms and you fml down and out. Your wholo ·yfltem in poisoned. It ukei thoso good, old CARTEK'3 LITTLE LIVER PILLS to get thM« two pounds o( bila flowing freely »nd wakn you f«I "up and up." They contab wonderful, harmless, zentlo vegetable- extract*, amazing when It comes to making the bll« flow freely. But dnn't t«k for liver pill". Ask for Carter'* Little Liver Pills. Look for the namo Carter'- Littlo Liver Pills on the red label. Rcflent a drugBtorea. Ol981C.M.Co. Stop -- Consider -- Investigate MANSON MIGHT HAVE BEEN FIRST MAN TO SOLO OVER ATLANTIC LITTLE FALLS. Minn., May 3. (·P)--Except that Ola Manson had other ideas about it, the man who flew solo fom New York to Paris mifrht have stepped from WE plane at Le Bourget flying field, France, and said: "I am Charles A. Manson. County records disclosed today that the grandfather of Charles A. Lindbergh was born Ola Manson. nut that he assumed the name ol Lindbergh when he migrated to the United States from Sweden in 1860. Many other early settlers from Europe took new names which they believed more in keeping with the lle in Sweden, Lindbergh's grand- lather served in parliament and later was secretary to the king. With him when he settled in Minnesota were his wife and son, Charles. The latter became a member of congress from Minnesota, and the father 01 Charles A. Lindbergh. Nebraska Hermit, 78, Found Dead in Shack in Woods Near Omaha OMAHA, May 3. (-T)-Henry Mor- I ris 78, who last year made one of ' his few ventures into civilization to help organize "Hermits, Ltd.." was found dead in his shack in the woods. His body was discovered by schools children last night. Morris was born in New Jersey and came to Nebraska at the age of 40 He told friends: "At that time, I was a beaten man. I was not forward like other men and I had worked hard for nothing. I came here into solitude to learn the truth." . , . On one excursion into society he declared the world was "rushing to destruction/' Feted once in Omaha as the city's honored guest, he told his hosts he would "be glad to get back to my cave in the woods." Young Republicans at Allison Are Organized ALLISON. May 3.--A Tioung Republican club was organized at the courthouse here Monday evening with Martin Jepsen as president and Max Emerson as .secretary. W. T. Davidson was chairman of the meeting and other speakers were: George Blake and A. D. Scougal of Shell Rock and W. C. Shepard of Allison. A3 Allison and Bristow are both in West Point township, representatives from Bristow were of the opinion that young republicans from that vicinity would join the Allison organization rather than have one organized there. Similar organizations have been perfected at Shell Rock and Clarksville and are being formed in other towns of the county. the low cost of Hot Water You can't be clean wltho u C hot water. · Approved G a s water heate r 3 m a y also be purchased from other rella b Is dealers 'n this community ... Hot Water Equipment Is Cheap, too, During This Sale I, Automatic Water $2^ Heaters as low as complete (including installation) ...... 2. Remote Control . . i including connections on 1st floor per month to properly vented heater in ^ g _ g . basement . . ............ complete 3. Tank Heaters . . . . including connections to existing piping within 10 ft. -- as low as ... complete Try One of These Hot Water Services convince yourself Automatic Water Heater Offers finest Hot Water service possible. Keeps plentiful supply of Hot Water on hand at all times. You simply turn a faucet and there it is. No waiting. Insulated tank saves heat. Assures maximum efficiency. Carefree. Dependable. Economical. Priced as low as $4950 Complete--including installation Only $ 2 per Month Seni-Avtoraatic Is known us K-2- LUc control. Consists ot dccoratJva panel in the kitchen. A pull-chain liEhts und turns of? n o n - automat'i- heater In basement. May bo connected t o your p r e s e n t tank heater. EU~- inatcs bother .ind inconvenience. Pofts a-arfty with r u n n i n g UP and down stairs. Non-Automatic Provides all t;-.o Hot Water you can use. But you mu:-t £0 to the basement t o l i g h t heater. Then bark n c n i r to t u r n it off. NVcrlcrt i:i cvory homft nor .ilrnady equi p p c d with, a CJ»s v.atf Itr-aier. Whnn used w i t h K-Z-Lito control, shown at k-ff. it becomes 5crni- automalic. IKJPLE'S GAS AND aECTRIC COMEVNY

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