The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 31, 1931 · Page 16
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March 31, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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.85; slaughter 7,000: calves ; 3. 000; steer, trade toady .tasasotdowtcii early con'Q teers ,, at his Borne J/s'iS his "Children Ttere ...ripV · daughter,.Mrs. Amy acco!? nton - There were ptes- ; sho? aters ' Mrs - Anna Smith 1(3 fjifix Wilson of here; Mrs. ' ft;'of Clear Lake; his only lncf" er of 9 h , a ,rles City, be*~"*V I ««-^ grandchildren, great and other'members **?ily. Mr. Miller was born ' i* 4 Lugerne county, Pa., .- r *m. His fatter owned a *$ad he spent his boyhood ; OK luhal boy. When 16 years '"- fAtne-withhis parents to "AY'n the fall of 1869 came e ntunty and purchased the Inftpwned by Guy Teeple -in joifcjhlp. This was his home ' "-years. Then he sold the th£noved into Marble Hock 'el.h the mercantile business , l^i, L. B. Miller. Mr. Miller ·,, v^.be about down town friends; and attends " -1U4X 1912 finance, : graft, marketing-, grafF zoning, graft, building-, grift, ftreet cleaning, graft, health, graft, education, graft-- Oh the job's too big- for me. It's a Job for a hundred men- trained men. I cannot do it alone." And the sun in the meantime rising higher and higher beamed hilariously upon the municipal nose. Whereupon Hizzoner sat up in bed and fondled his toes. Suddenly his face brightened up tt,? kn ?. w / what "1 'do--I'll startle the politicians out of their shoes It never has been done before and it may not be ethical. I'll call in the biggest, brainiest and best men and women of our city together. I'll get biggest Laxes ^Increase, Says ^Treasurer Johnson *' TlkT TMg, March 31. (UP)-- --ine tax collections aa increase over fig- ear ago, State Treasurer ison reported today. Dur,,. of this year the depart- cted $792,068.81 in com- jath §706,534.90 In March, i^ch' figures, Johnson said, 7 Jacrease of the first three j ·3, ,ul93l over the same period · c year to $298,239.22. ;'« were apportioned as fol- Wrimary roads, $414,028.94; |^ry roads, $300,000; to re- ^adminlstration, $78,057.87. . money-lenders from ·fr -- the best educators from their schools, the leading women from their clubs, the biggest executives from their golf, , Ind the VMI r , 1 , e ? ders from the excursions. lir call them down to the city hall and beg them to help me. M 0 -rS 0d 'J C ' m so tired ° J P oli «- c ans. They don't want to do things, all they want is to get things. They don't want jobs-- they want the salaries that go. with the jobs. And on top of all that, there's ten. of !, m , e very job I have to give and hardly anyone of them knows anything about the work he thinks he wants. I'm tired of them." ' · And the mayor devoid of 'his habiliments stood hravely before the s " n and ad dressed the spirits or the air. SARI WOULD U. S. SOLDIERS |M LIQUOR SHOPS jprA. CITY, March 30. ^=-v( Smith , W. ..Erookhart of M today he Intends to in- resolution in congress bar. army and nav; r'gm : any pZaca In Panama v ,where Hquor is available. ··f s Erookhart said a "rotten s ted now, especially In ,'=3 in Panama City. He said thru one section where he "ten soldiers in Unltec ; '^forms staggering about. M-tcr added that the reso- ·r.'ild apply equally to 'the f S'S' Over y on der are m Rn ttat stand high up In the councils of the state. Some of the largest finns or the country have directors here lucres one. man ui our city that's aq statesman. Why shouldn't I make use of their brains? I can't persuade them to run for office and without doubt they would refuse to accept any appointment that I might make, the salaries are so low. But if f should *ay to' them: 'Gentlemen, I need your help-- won't you come In and advise me?'-- I think they'd be but It was his ob. the navy already has ";ationg, the sailors being i return to their ships by ,en the fleet Is here. Program la Given. iTarcb. 31.-- TJnlori serv- held Sunday evening at list church. The young .. on a play, a courtroom ;Ied "Who Killed Earl - ' · n h n ^ an prayed Oh God-- give me the nerve ' " * * * Now his prayer was answered i somewhat a different form. It was discovered that it was possible t get men trained in all the ramifica tions of municipal government an operation. So, Hizzoner the mayo ^ggeson . the citizens who thot adffted th tion manager foi-m °t administra «n^f W I 1 ^°, uld seem ^at there ( are some who take more delight in run ning to a fire to see a structure be destroyed than In watching the construction of it Gee, I'm glad' we have « .«*nt fire depa^en? Respectfully, ' ·' \ E. s. GAGE! Prepare for.Tourists. DULUTH, March 's'l. W)_Hotc! and resort owners of northeastern Minnesota are^sy these days pre paring for the annual influx of re- sorters and tourist.-,, into the Arrowhead country, w^'bout 200 re- sdrts and half as m^j; hotels be!n K f ' ,;-, dismal .,of._v-' l -or3 In this ou're hearing it all around you. You've probably said it yourself. Throughout the whole country, people not only are smoking Camel cigarettes in the ne w Humidor Pack, they're saying how good they are! · · . . ' They're delighting in a new mildness; an aroma and fragrance found only in Camels. They're lear; \ng how much smooth cool enjoyment is locked up in fine Turkish and "SMOKE A \ X, melhsw Domestic tobaccos expertly blended, vacuum cleaned and properly conditioned. They're grateful for new throat-ease! Natural moisture, that's what does it! Factory-fresh Camels air-sealed in the new sanitary package which keeps the dust and germs out and keeps the flavor in. Don't take our word for it-try Camels in the new Humidor Pack, and switch back if you can. Then you'll see why the whole nation is saying: CIGARETTE' ,ince the jit year. The . over the busi- Camels fuperintendent. ..-March 31.--The Mia- y school has been re-or- 4rs. C. E. Eikenbary was ed superintendent and Mayor ?!. Jorgenson as assistant sup- pendent; Joseph Levang-, actintr .ecretary treasurer, and Misa Sill ence Seglem, pianist .A ,-·"'''! . H, 3, Of M I l l O B i

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