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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 10, 1917, Mason City, Iowa MASON CtTY Mason City Weekly GlobeGazette Weakly Gazette Establlsued May 1888 Th Daily Globe Established 1853 Issued Every Thursday uy THE GLOBEGAZETTl PHIVriXO CO First Si S B Telephone Nos 28 and 32 W f D MEMBERS OF ASSOCIATES PRESS Official ol the CUy ana County Circulation greater than any other newspaper in the city county or congressional district PLEASE NOTK Tlie publishers desire to mnlutalu a perfect delivery nystem anil tliia cau be nc comptlahed only by cooperation the MuljNcrlbera When delivery Is Ir reenlar or late we will be thankful for an Immediate complaint Tel 28 nnd as SUBSCRIPTION II AT IS S Daily per year by Dally par year by Dally per week by Weekly per year by Advertising Rates Furnished on Application Entered at the Post Office at Mason Gity Iowa as secondclass matter Pence on earth good will toivnrd men SIAKE IT WORTH WHILE The Modern Brotherhood of Amer icais making it possible for Mason City to have two of the biggest cele bration days in her history on June 6 and 7 ExPresident William How ardTaft the governor the State and other distinguished speakers and personages are to be present as head linersfor the formal dedication cer emonies of the eight story quarter of a million dollar home aud there will be thousands of the members of the orrler here to attend the two days ion It is a goldea opportu nity for Mason City business men and Mason City institutions to show visitors some of the things which akeMason City ao much talked Jabdiftandatthe same time furnish a rare entertainment for the visitors There are three things which Ma son City can do especially to make this celebration a great success and turn it to a publicity account which willmean much to the impetus of the progressive spirit now manifest and bring additional dollars to the coffers of every merchant and every business man The first is to help the Chamber of Commerce committee pull off the biggest parade ever seen in the city Every business man and every so ciety in the city should be represent ed in that parade The manufactur ing concerns shouldhave floats as should the individual business con cerns representing their places of business and as far as possible their employes should be allowed to march in line back of these floats and thus cultivate a spirit of cooperation which is becoming the vital principle of the city through the good offices of the Chamber of Commerce All the fraternal organizations should make it a point to mass their mem bers in the parade so as to show the appreciation of the orders to tho one single fraternal order which has its headquarters in the city The pride of the city ia our schools The schools should be in procession with banners similar to the one of a cou ple of years ago which was such a wonderful revelation to the people of the city The Civic league and the allied clubs should be represented in bodies either on foot or in decorated automobiles and the various unions of the city ought to exert every effort to give a larger demonstration even than on labor day With more than twenty thousand eyes on the parade of visitors com ing from all over the state and es pecially from the buying territory contiguous the reason why every business should be represented anti in the most unique and attractive shape possible is apparent Another thing Mason City should do is to help furnish a big class for the initiation ceremony which will be put on in the lodge room This organization is now on a sure basla of adequate rates and furnishes a number of plans for insurance and every person in Mason City who is taking or contemplating taking life insurance should give the local con cern some of their patronage The amount may be small or large the thing to be considered is the demon stration to this order of their appre ciation oE making Mason City the headquarters by becoming members A big class is the last thing that Ma son City can do to show this appre ciation and will please thesupreme body more than demonstration and felicitous phrases The third thing is to render alj as sistance possible to the various com mittees to make their assignments a big success to open private homes for lodging tor the overflow as on previous occasions to cooperate in the various plans and finally to give the glad hand to all the visitors to the city on these two days There is to be no fourth of July celebration here this year and this will be Ma son Citys one big opportunity to invite her neighbors to spend a day or two here and enjoy the great pro gram of oratory and divertisements which will be offered One hundred and eighty thousand persons have volunteered to go with Col Teddy to France and fight That is the contingent that ought to go The French general Joffre said that the American soldiery should be sent to Prance for training and if two hundred thousand Americans aud Teddy would sail for France and commence drilling ICaiser Bill would throw up his hands and sue for peace Here are clothes withj the New York that means they have an air a style that every ambitious young man will appreciate Such suits as these add individuality and personal ity to the wearer Your special model your favorite color is here if its in style this season Your particular taste can be satisfied if its eood PATTON BROTHERS Where a Dollar Does Its Duty Governor Harding displayed great judgment great sense and great pa triotism when he made his appoint ment of the state defense council Every man on the board has been for preparedness and for maintaining the dignity of this nation at home and abroad and are capable men for just such a job The appointment of La fayotte Young as chairman shows that the governor does not let matters of politics interfere with the best methodsof mobilizing Iowas resources and will add strength to the work of the council The weatherman should help the newspaper man in his effort toward a bigger crop production The en thusiasm Is fine so far but most of the gardeners want to see the orb of day oftenor The cabinet of China is urging that nation to declare war on Germany Since America got In the rest of the world wants to get into good com pany That new war tax bill makes the ordinary bank balance get red in the face NextTuesday is also a calendar day in this neck of the woods Ha in prevented Cedar Rapids from being defeated yesterday funeral Mrs Robertson wife of the County lload Engineer Misses SclmartK anil LUlls Brort reclit spent Saturday and Sunday with the homo folks T B Graham the foimdatior for the new bank building Tuesday The W C T U Medal Contest of Plymouth was held in our church Fri day evening and the church was well tilled They gave a very interesting and pleasing program There were seven contestants younpr people from Uio Plymouth high school There was and a cornet solo and vio lin solo We are very Klad Itock Falls had Hie privilegeof hearing the con test Grade Pupils Enroll for Summer School Present Indications now are that the enrollment in summer school this year will exceed that of last Bum mer and Superintendent Palmer of the giade schools expects ito use at lejiat thirty njistnictors in the grade schools x One fourth of the entire number of students in some of the schools have already enrolled for the summer while in some of the schools the number has reuehed as high J3 twothirds of the total number The summer session will begin Monday June 11 following the ter mination of the regular session an4 will continue for twelve weeks Be low are the number of pupils enroll ed from school and the percentage of the ontire enrollment Lincoln 71 pupils about one fourth per cent Central 206 pupils about two fifths per cent Washington 83 pupils about one fourth per cent McKinley 223 pupils nearly half Jackson 95 pupils about ona tiilrd Grant 178 pupils about onehalf Garfield 72 pupils about one fourth East Park 7 pupils about one third Lehigh 20 pupils about two thirds trucks in WateHoo are Dartsright where rf1 bestshould mea much to you It is an eto Quality power and service as represented in Dart aWellknOWn 8ain ln Choice Fonr Sturdy New Models Worm Drive Ton to 3 91200 to tiEf drive type Practical experience has taueht us that worm drives stand up and give better results than otherType Worm Drive Darts have been accepted and proved satisfactory for service by the United States Government provea Liberal deferred payment plan if desired a worthwhile guarantee Every truck backed by Free Trip to Factory for r Dart Truck we will pay railroad expense Write for FaCtS Sit right down now and write for illustrated catalog you weft DEAUESS A few choice territories stifl open write nowl Model Ton Drive Incladlng Painting Specifications for Model CC H BiKl Motor i 14 i S 1i aaa MuUr Cubcntor Gcfenwr Four Spoed Tnuiimliilan Semi Flexible Preuod rrame Mason City Dealers for Dart VOLZ ROCK FALLS NEWS Albert Yost was seriously injured Friday about noon wlicn tlio four horse team he was driving on u eane plow ran away In some manner lie was thrown under tlie plow receiving ser ious cuta The cuts however arc not tho serious part ot Ma injuries as he cannot move either arms or legs and his head only slightly FeelingIs present but no motion He has been working tor J C Christiansen and the accident occtired there Sunday lie was removed to hia home and Monday after noon rr Graham of Park Hospital Mason City was called In consultation with rr Hemnhlll Tuesday morning early he was taken to tlie Park Hospi tal where he ia to be operated uponfor his Injuries which we understand the doctors think spfnal Albln is a sturdy upright young man and the whole com munity hone lie will recover speedily Mrs Chris Helms mother Mrs Lind flott returned to her home Wednesday after a month spent nitli her daughter and the new Krandson T R rerrett returned from ChlcaifO on the five oclock morning train Thursday J B Graham wag In Cedur Rapids last Tuesday and The Ladles Aid had their usual large gathering last Thursday Next Thurs day Is the last time they will servo dinner After that day they will meet in the afternoon and serve supper Elson Wanlall who spent two weeks at home went hack to business last Wednesday Hiss ISlBle Kdleman was a business caller In Nora Springs last Thursday High school was dismissed ajjajn Thursday and Friday ahe elalitli grade examinations were conducted by Prof Morehouaa In the high school T R Perrett shipped a car load of liogrs to Mason City Friday T C Christiansen and wife were in Mason City last Friday Miss Lillian Sciimutz returned from Cedar Falls Sunday where she has been with her cousin Jfrs Sargront all win ter H p Qildncr of Nora Springs was In town Friday Mrs Fred Bailey of Charles City Is the Kneel ot her sister Mrs K W Pacey and her daughter this week Frank Wherry and wife and brother Lloyd were called to Wyoming Iowa Monday evening by the serious illness of Mrs Wherrys father Bert Penny and family of Stacyvllle came over in their car Sunday for a visit with tho Paceys Gladys Qashel and Vernon Culvert are tho latest victims of the mumps H Brodrecht had a peculiar cave In pn his farm last Tuesday evening It Is thought an underfround current of water started Jjt Uia earth was through falling In thehole was about ten feet In clrcumferanco and thirteen feet deep so we hear Its position was not far from the old well and a new one being drilled Mr Brortroclit and helper worked day filling the hole T P Stanley Is at work repairing the old Kllnck residence Miss Myrtle Cochonour camo down from Manly Monday evening to spend a few days with hor sister Mra T R Porrett Mr and Mrs Hay Edgcr were at Mason City Tuesday to attend CLARION NEWS Secretary Hood has siijned all at tractions for tlie County Fail to lie held here in August llibm are Japanese acrohats Arabs attd trained pigs These free attractionswill be seen both afternoon and Tlio trained pigs were bigjiits with Ilins ling Bros Circus for several years and are of higli caliber in attractions Tlie other attractions have been making the State Fair Intelstale Fair and South Dakota Fairs for a number ot years Tlie proposition to consolidate the schools in Linoofii township lost by a vole ot HI against and 43 votes for the consolidation All the voters of Ihe township turned ot the polls and il was one of the largest votes cast for years in the township The plan now is to go the building oC some new school houses where they arc most needed in the township Fiveof the school houses tisett at present are loo old ami inade quate and will be replaced at once A great interest la bclny talteri In the contest being held this season for the best yard and garden Nearly fifty have enroled fu tho contest More jar rtons have ieen planted than ever be fore and already one can notice the Srreat Improvement In lawns over last year The contest is under the auspices of the Womans Club Miss Bessie Welter of Renwick was a week end visitor with her sister Doro thy The first halt of the taxes of Wiiglil County for 1917 amounting to nearly have heen collected There ia an Increase of nearly over last year A large part of the taxes are dralnajre taxes The Domestic Science class of Iho High School gave their annual banquet to their mothers and teachers al Ihe High School room four days last week Nearly iUl the parents of the pupils ca rolled In Domestic Science were present at one of tho meetings The Ludies of tlie W H C have pro tested on the way people treat some ot our flags is true a good many of them hang out In the weather till they are ruined A dirty torn flag Is a des ecration and there are many to be aeon lu every town owing to their hfird usage in the weather Mrs H B Fickle was an over Sun day visitor In the home of her parents at Lake City Mr and Mrs V R Vaughn spent the week end with relatives at Kajrle Grove Laborers are busy excavating the basement under tlie Young Block oc cupied by McCoy and Nujjlc No IB the noon train on the Great Western hit a car driven by I5d Ken ney of Hagle Grove just west of Ragle Grove and demolished the car and broke tho young mans leg In two places and one of his arms and other Injuries He died Hnnday morning from injuries The crossing where the ac cident happened Is guarded by a cross Ing bell and two signs for warning but regardless of those precautions taken by the railroad company there will al ways be accidents The new seventy foot flaif pole which arrived some two weeks ago is being placed in a large concrete footingIn Ihe southwest corner of tiie court house square Tiie small grain prospects in this locality are not what they should be at this time of Ihe year Small grain Is just coming up when it should he seven or eight inches high ami a good deal of land lo he put into corn ia still un plowed It would doubtless take a lato fall to mature grain tills season A great many anglers are already re porting larjre catches of bull heads and other fish not on the game list at lake Coroclin and Elm Lake north of hero A good many from here have heen srolng out and fishing all night R P Conn chief clerk to the master mechanic of tho Great Western was an over Sunday visitor with Triends In Chicago I Work on the new Fairbanks garaffe to ho occupied by Al Linfor Is progres sing rapidly regardless of the bad weather duringtho past ten days They expect to complete it by early summer Superintendent of Schools Kcllofrg returned Sunday night from a business trln to Sioux City and other Western Iowa points M J Tracy roliirned Sunday oven Ing from a few days fishing trip at Randolph Minn and reporis fishing vory poor for this time of the year Work on tho water mains being laid In all parts of tho city Is beingdelay ed considerably owing to tho scarcity of labor Workmen are almost Impost alblo to be found at any To Whom It May Concern The firm known as the Hall Hail Taxi Line have sold their en tire business to Delbert Barr and Prank J and tae under signed will not be responsible for any debts contracted by the new HALL G K HALL anything made with Calumet Baking Powder Mother never had such wholesome bakings until she used Calumet Its Calumet surety uniformity purity strength that makes every bik ing turn out saves millions of housewives Baking Powder money Be fair to Calumet Received Highest Aem Oiink Sonff Frre Set Slip la pound Can TAKR YOUR WHEAT YOUR COIIX AMI I1UCKWHKAT To The Grist Mill But come here for your Mill Work We are headquarters for everything In that line BASK noons IUJXDS STORM riocws scnuKiV noons WINDOW KTC AT IXWIiST InfCES Northern Lumber Co Cor S Federal Ave and 2nd St Phono 30 Of cooperation the spirit which animates all suc cessful business prevails in the organization of our Federal reserve bank We own stock in it We keep our reserve cash in it We have a voice its direc tors and through them in choosing its manage ment It is our bank and its resources enable us at all times to meet the legitimate banking requirements of our community You in turn cancooperate with us in main taining the Federal Reserve Banking System and at the same time share in its benefits and pro tection by becoming one of our depositors The City National Bank The Hunk nl Safely and Service down will install this RELIABLE GAS RANGE fully trimmed in white enamel in your home and then you can pay per month if you take ad vantage of our special terms during NATIONAL GAS RANGE WEEK Come in and have a range brought to your home 122 At Your Service PHONE 123 JUNK IS HIGH Dont sell your scrap Iron metals rubber and junk for a sons Differ ent metals hava different values and unless you are well informed you will be the victim of peddlers and others who will take advantage oTvou Bring your uietals and junk to me and get honest prices Scrap iron per undred 40c Rubbers per 11 Auto tires per Ib 5Jc Innertubea per Ib Copper and brass per Ib 15c Aluminum Der Ib o Magazines and books per Hags per undred Ibs Old automobiles at junk prices 30c n hundred paid for old iron in the country within G to G miles ot Cull me up and J will send a teiur to get tlie stuff ARE GOSP 620 South Adams Phollo 14tto Tlife Rogulur nnd RellauU Chronic ireati Chronic Hervoua and SPECIAL DISEASES of Men npd Women SdentlflcaJly nlso J im EC EflrNose Throat Luosra Hcait Blood Skin Norvoui Debility Nerves Llvtr Stomach Klflneya nnd nindder sumption to an enrly Cfllorrh Rlazlntr la Ear nnd Deafness i Neuralgia EoUepiir Bloli Headaolio Oohre Uczema ScrofuuJ Appendloltli Gravoi HloumallBia ot Joinn and muscles PJLES FISTULA FISSURE and olhar Rectal Treated Without Knlfo Snrgfca CSIM taid Rupture Given Special Attention Over 80S havo Curod Over ot art come from recommendations o thojo 1 CONSULTATION IJUJK WILBERT Mason City hcel Cerro Jorilo tri day afternoon June 1st from i p m to p m Clear Lake Hotel Rlk Friday fore noon Tuno 1st front p m to 2 1 l u m GLOBEGAZETTE WANT ADS BRING RESULTS
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