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CITY STOPS Â£1 Â» LUCKY TIGER, a proven germicide, Â·-"ttecta dandruff and scalp Irritations, World's UreÂ«t oeller- i Money-Hack Guarantee. Safe | for adults md children. At LUCKV TICER IF SORE t lOAT Â«\ E E?I F aafe Muateroie-- counter- nit" usually effective in one ication -- better ythen applied R C A RADIOTRONS Distributed By L. P. Courshon Company V* Mason City, Iowa "IRS. PLANK OF DECORAHDIES 7uneral Services for Aged Resident Will Be Held on Friday. DECORAH, April 2.--lira. Annn ?lank died yesterday at her home 3n Winnebago street from pneumonia. Funeral services will be helc from the Ness Funeral home Friday and burial will be made at Spring- R C A RADIOTRONS Sold By Peoples Gas Electric Co. "Foi Better Appliances" Open Evenings 1OO% Radio ^Enjoyment .. replace your old tules Even the finest set will not perform at its best if its tubes are inferior or worn-out. PutinnewRCARadiotrons, the radio tubes guaranteed by RCA. too* far lit Rtdaad Black Carts* RCA RADIOTRON CO., INC. Harrison, N.J. (A Radio Corporation ofAmrrisa Subsidiary) R C A R A D I O T R O N S T H E H E A R T O F Y O U R R A D I O BUY R C A RADIOTRONS _=at-VANCE Music Co, TUBES TESTED FREE R C A Radiotrons For Sale By BOOMHOWER- STREETER SMITH HARDWARE 113 N.- Federal Ave. Phone 142 water. Mrs. Plank, formerly Anna Nelson', was born in Denmark iÂ» 18CO. She lived in the United States since she was 15 years old. In 1885 ihe was marri Â« to John Plank. The Surviving chilcLsn are Mrs, Christ \ugusteson and Mrs. Myron Ram- isy of Decorah; Mrs. Clyde Cutler of Chicago; Mrs. James Nelson of Can- Ida; James of Texas; Peter of Kansas City; and John of Minneapolis. Four brothers and 13 grandchildren survive Mrs. Plank. ' Mrs. Sage, Dows, Is Victim of Pneumonia DOWS, April 2.--Mrs. Helen Jetmund Sage, 22, died at her home early this morning from pneumonia fqllowtng an illness lasting one week. She was married to Wilfred Sage Jan. 2, 1931. Besides her husband she is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Jetmuml, four sisters and four brothers. Funeral arrangements have not been announced. PAYINGTR1BUTE No Wonder Seven Million BoHles of Kon|ola Were Used in 2 Years. There is gratitude in every word expressed by Mr. Charles H. Jessup, 1908 E. 6Dth street, Cleveland, Ohio. He says oÂ£ Konjola: "I was so ill that I could not breathe when lying down and \VBB forced to sit in n chair. From D e c e m b e r t o March I could do no work what- Hr. Cksrltt H. Jeiiuf e ver. I took eight . , , , bottles of Kon- jola and today I am as sound es a dollar. I rest well, have regained my lost weight and feel better than i have in years." . Equally grateful is tha expression of Mrs. E. Dawson, 2036 West 31st street, Cleveland, Ohio. She has this to say: "I was run down and unable to sleep because of nervousness. I was constipated and suffered misery a f t e r meals. Neuritis a t t a c k e d m y arms and shoulders. Headaches and backaches were fearful. Today, after taking Konjola, I am relieved of all these miseries and feel better than I have in a long time." Konjola contains no-alcohol or harmful drugs. HUXTABLE DRUG STORE 116 S. Federal Avc, II HOOVER BACK FROM VACATION Associated Press Photo ISronzed by wurm sun rays and looking more physically lit than he bus ici the last two years, President Honvor returned home after a brief Caribbean cruiso m tho battleship Arizona. He Is shown, as lie ciimc asbori! nt Old 1'olnt Comfort, Va. Stage Star Wins Divorce From Edward Dowling in Mexico. MEXICO CITY, April 2. /P)--A Cuernavaca divorce court has called the curtain down in short order upon the month old romance of Betty Compton, beautiful stage star, and Edward Duryea Dowling, employed as a motion picture dialog director. The divorce was granted March 21 by^Juclge Mamtel Carpio of ths Morelos state court, it has been revealed. The Dowlings were married in New York Feb. 16. The actress charged Dowling with cruelty, personal violence and refusal to provide maintenance. to p'n 3m lell DOT CLOSING OF THE ENTIRE Foster Pharmacy 101 SOUTH FEDERAL AYE. Doors Open at 9 Friday THE ENTIRE STOCK OF THIS MASON CITY DRUG STORE MUST BE SOLD AT A PRICE FAR BELOW COST L.OO TO $2.0O VALUES in Toilet Goods, Remedies and Drug Sundries will be placed on sale at the unheard of price of 5Oc TO $1.Â®0 in Creams ... Lotions, C o u g h Syrups a n d Tonics will go at the very low price of Every Item Must Be Sold Values up to 5Oc --in T a l c u m Powder, Pomades, Perfumes and Soap will be priced a t . . . Values to 2Sc --in soap, stationery, i n k s , rubber g o o d s will be sold at. . Valises Â« --in Powders, Soaps, Lotions, Remedies must be sold at to ALLAN F. BECK, Assignee WEATHER COLDER Worth County Agent 111 in Albert Lea Hospital NORTHWOOD, April 2.--R. T. Nelson, Worth county Farm Bureau agent, became suddenly 111 last night and wea taken to the Naeve lospital, Albert Lea, Minn., where le submitted to an emergency operation this morning for the removal of his appendix. His condition this morning was reported as favorable. Another thing the country needa even more than good 5-cent cigar is a burning issue that will produce light instead of heat.-Times, PAINFUL PILES No matter how great your suffering from itching, bleeding or protruding piles, you can quickly anil safely rid yourself of this painful disease. HEM-ROID. the proscription of Dr. J. S. Leonhardt, succeeds where salves, suppositories or cutting fail, because its a scientific internal medicine that corrects the cause of piles--bad circulation of blood in the lower bowel--the bowel walls are weak, the veins flabby--the parts almost dead. These harmless tablets drive out all that thick, impure, stagnant Dlood and heal and restore the af- tcctea' parts. One bottle of HEM- ROID is all you need to stop the maddening itch and torturing pain. Don't waste time on external remedies or think of an operation until you have tried HEM-ROTD. Michael Drug Co. and druggists everywhere sell it with guarantee of money-bick if it does not end all pile misery. North Winds Kept Month Just Passed Below Previous Period. Well, well, here's one for you to paste in your memory book. TKe March just ended was colder than its predecessor, February! The February average, based on a mean maximum oÂ£ 41.1 degrees and a mean minimum of 23,9 degrees, was 32.5 degrees; the March average, based on a mean maximum of 41 and a mean minimum of 23.;" degrees, wag 32.4 degrees. Singularly enough, the avcrag' temperature of the March of las year was exactly the same--32.5 degrees. Precipitation 1.59 Inches. Precipitation in the month just closed amounted to 1.59 inches, 77 of an inch of which fell in one 2l hour period, all of it having fallen in the last four days. A year ago ill March the precipitation was LOG inches while in February of this year it was only .72 of an inch. Only six days in March saw more than .01 of an inch of precipitation. Up to March 23 only .02 of an inch of rain had beeni recorded. In fact, there was no precipitation whatever until the night of March 12 when .02 of an inch fell. t The highest temperature of the month was reached on toe afternoon of March 12 and it was 55 degrees. The month's minimum of 15 was recorded on two occasions, March 3 and March 15. Twelve days were listed as clear, 13 aa cloudy and 6 as partly cloudy North winds predominated oil 10 of the 31 days. Day by Day Figures Given. A day by day table of temperature and precipitation is subjoined Readers will wish to keep in mind the fact that the Globe-Gazette's observations are made at 8 o'clock in the morning and that the period covered is the previous 24 hour. Thus the maximum temperature listed for any date Is in reality tlic maximum of the previous afternoon in virtually all cases. The table follows: Max Min. Prec. March 1 March 2 .... March 3 .... March 4 .... March 5 .... March 6 34 March 7 41 March 8 32 .32 .33 ..37 .34 .37 March March March March March March March March March March March March March March March March March March March March March March March 9 ... 10 ... 11 ... 12 ... 13 . .. 14 ... 15 16 ... 17 ... 18 ... 39 20 ... 21 ... 22 .., 23 ... 24 ... 25 ... 2G ... 27 ... 28 . .. 29 ... 30 ... 31 ... .38 .44 .47 53 .55 .50 .35 .37 .45 .46 .42 .46 .42 .46 .41 .45 .37 .53 .47 .32 .31 .37 .42 16 18 20 15 22 25 23 20 1 18 23 16 26 33 33 19 15 25 28 20 27 32 31 29 33 27 31 28 22 20 20 17 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 n .02 0 0 0 n o o o Tr. 0 .12 .77 Tr. n .22 .40 .Oi! 0 0 Bean Feed and Program Is Announced for Boys Members of the Friendly Indian and Â· Pioneer clubs will gather in the Y. M. C. A. at 12:15 o'clock Saturday afternoon for a bean feed, followed by a program. Educational moving pictures will be shown. Then the boys will visit the International Harvester company plant. Easter Millinery That Expresses Chic Charm One need do very little shopping for her new Easter Hat if she pays a visit to our attractive shop. Styles upon styles await your selection^ A hat for every need and every costume of the day or evening. POPULAU SHADES LARGE AND SMALT, HEADSIZES A NEW SHIPMENT JUST UNPACKED 15 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. Â·MASON CITY'S STYLE CENTER? DRESS UP for EASTER IN ONE OF OUR BEAUTIFUL COATS - SUITS - DRESSES AND LEAD THE FASHION PARADE COATS ... AT THIS UNEQUALLED LOW PRICE All Coats are Silk Crepe Lined All Sizes for Women and Misses All Models are Exclusive with us $14 .90 Featuring the smart new materials . . . Telga, Junga, ', Nubby Tweed and other Spongy Fabrics. Just imagine being able to have copies of expensive Paris originals at a small fraction of the cost. Extra Special 150 BEAUTIFUL DRESSES All New Fabrics, Chiffons, Prints In All Sizes 5 00 FUR SCARFS AT LESS THAN HALF PRICE DRESSES For Smart Dressers A selection unequaled for style and variety. Crisp new fashions in Chiffons, Crepes and Pastel Prints for Street, Afternoon and Evening Wear. '12 WE SAX IT WITH VALUES STYLES FOR MISSES STYLES FOR WOMEN STYLES FOR THE HARD TO FIT JACKETS $ A Large Choice, Some as Low As 5 WE SAY IT WITH STYLE Â·MASON CITY'S STYLE CENTER''