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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 9, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                OUR r GLQBEGAZEtTE FBIDAY SEPT 9 1927 HELP FOR SICK WOMEN Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Has Restored the Health of Thousands Q Brooklyn New of 228 Schaeff er St was in a rundown con dition and could not do her house work She co ul a notsleepatnight Her not an unusual one Thousands of enfind them selves In a simi lar condition at sometimeiin their lives I found your advertise ment In my letter wrote Mrs Hegmann and took Lydia B Pfnk hams Vegetable Compound andtgot Mrs Hegmann also took Lydia E Pinkhams Herb Medicine and Lydia Piils for Constipation with good results She says I am your medicines to all I know wbo have symptoms the same as mine and to others whom I think it will help Sou may USB my statement as a tes timonial arid I will answer any let ters sent to me by women who would like information regarding your There are women in your perhaps in your have letters similar to this one telling how much Lydia B Pink lams Vegetable Compound has helped them W F M S Holds Meeting NORA SPRINGS Sept Forj urn Missionary society of the M E church held their meeting Tuesday in the church parlors and served a plcnte lunch Fords Overhauled 5 v ALL OTHER MAKES OVERHAULED AT A REASONABLE PRICE All Work Guaranteed GREASING and WASHING SERVICE Phone 974 14 6th St N E Clarion Students Are Leaving for Colleges CLARION following Clarion young people are leaving this week to attend colleges Iowa State college Ames Margaret Buchan Sylvia Smith Elizabeth Or chard Harold Tletge University of Iowa Iowa City Eliza beth Fatherson Frank Walker Missouri university Columbia Helen Harwood Grinnell collece Grin nell Althea Richards Drake Des Moines Maynard McGahey Mar garet Sullivan Northwestern Chi cago Bernlce Bernard Wisconsin uni versity Madison Brydon Myers Cor nell college Mt Vernon BIdon Shef field Wellesley college Massachusetts Isabel Wilber Rochesters nurses school Madalyn Russell Des Moines School of Art Leone Barker Iowa State Teachers college Robert Win ters State university Vermllllon S Charles Hersman ERNST GIVEN THANKLESS JOB Kentucky Senator Under takes Task of Revising Federal Laws Wi Back From Colorado and Mrs Carl Landeck and family returned Wednesday from a three trip to Colorado Beauty Hints Protect yourbeauty in all kinds of weather with this new face MELLOGLO Does not give the skin a dry feeling does not clog the pores is not affected so much by perspira tion Stays on longer So pure and fine MELLOGLO is made by a new French Process Its truly wonderful The pamonIgou By CHARL1JS P STEWART Central ASHINGTON Sept Richard P Ernst came to Wash ington from Covington as a now the very first thing they stuck him wfth was the chair manship of a special commit tee to revise the federal laws It was a thank less job which had been crying out for doing more years than Ernst had lived and he was near ing 70 at that Federal laws simply had been passed and passed and passed from the birth of this re SEN ERNST public until that year 1921 when the Kentucklan toolc his senate seat and allowed to pilo up without ever being sorted or classi fied to a point where nobody knew how to find anything or even what was law and what wasnt Cow Thistle Scarce in Chickasaw County NEW HAMPTON Sept from the various sections of Chicka saw county indicate that there are only two patches of cow thistle in the county These are found on the road between Ionia and Chickasaw and be hind a place of business in the down town district of New Hampton An other patch reported to be north of New Hampton could not be found upon investigation The Ionia patch is partly in the road and partly In the field and town authorities have been consulted to find means of eradicating vit In view of the fact that the seed of the thistle are scattered after they dry up in the fall measures to kill the weed are being sought Immed iately Reports are current that seven patches of the thistle have been found in Fayette county Manly Pupils Allowed to Attend County Fair Sept school chil dren in Manly and in the country schools in this vicinity enjoyed their first half holiday of the school year on Thursday afteroon The schools were dismissed after the morning session to allow the children to attend the Worth county fair at Northwood From Let Madamfe Lupescu Herself Tell You in the new T Returns to California sept Rule of U Los Angeles a former Bel hotel proprietor left today to home inthe west Mr Rule has spei A most of the summer visiting the kotas and i Calinar Jeweler SellsStock j CALMAR Sept D Lauer who has been conduc business liiCalniar the has disposed of his stoi fore part of the week for where he will make his t D Lauer IJ cling a jewelrJ A s past two ock and left ttieft ek for J Ai home a lli HE trouble was the government literally hadnt been able to find anybody to undertake the stupen dous job of straightening em out It was just plain unadulterated hard work and not the kind that could he i pointed to with pride either for it was a prosaic stunt But It so happens thatErnsts one of those faithful folks with an In growing sense of duty He could see that there was something that had to be done sooner or later and he Went at it He toiled and moiled for six long entire ho suc ceeded in boilins several large librar ies down into one volume about twice the size an unabridged dictionary Its the marvel of the legal profes sion the country over but the amoilnt of labor it involved was absolutely in credible Wells Farmers Pleased With Returns on Flax WELLS Sept within a radius Qf 10 miles Wells have been most pleasantly surprised at the fine flax crop grown this jear The crop averages from 12 to IS bushels an acre on several places the out put is still better Frank Linder living west of Wells has raised an average of 22 bushels to the acre Despite the unfavorable weather conditionsof the early spring and the later dry spell the flax crop Is said to be exceptionally good this year The Wells Farmers Elevator com pany on Tuesday paid out nearly 000 for flax alone Wells Man Begins His Trip to Paris WELLS Sept Mogen son left Monday noon on the first lap of his trip to attend the American Le gion convention Mn Paris Hewill meet Mr and Mrs Carl Troska who are touring In Germany at the French capitol Mrs Troska is a Gold mother and a member of the Auxiliary of Troska Post No 210 Wells Mr will remain with relatives in Denmark until spring Of Next Sundays Win Wedding Rings Find the answer in The Heart Bandit a new serial of modern maids and man hunting which begins in the new Red Arrow Sec tion of next Sundays Des Moines Sunday Register i D Lan a Gm Be Happy Without Love Find the answer in Edna Ferbers great short story Mother Knows the story of a girl who had everything but love Iri the new Red Arrow Section of next Sun days Register Beginning in the new Red Arrow section next Sunday world famous poems of A A Milne will be published regularly The new section will also incude the first of a new story about boarding school girls Educating Patri and the third prize story in The Swiday Register 8 short story contest 1 t The New Red Arrow Section Is in Addition to All Regular Sections The Comics too Will be Expanded Beginning Next Sunday With the Addition of Russ W estovers Famous TILLIE the along with THE VAN SWAGGERS Order a copy of this bigger and better Des Moines Sunday Register from your newsdealer or carrier today AND what did Ernst get out of it Well he got let out of the senate at the end of his term True he shouldnt have been a Kentucky re publican if he wanted to be reelected Tet he did want to be reelected and no wasnt When he was gone others grabbed iff the credit for his revision nf the laws He didnt even get that Few people know its his revision All he got was a senseof diyty well thats any satisfaction to him the a year he drew as senator If that revision had been paid for at the rate it costs to turn nut an the two un dertakings are fairly would have footed at least half a mil lion OW along comes Senator Couzens and says senators are overpaid and loaf entirely too much It isnt fair Heaven knows it would pay the country to put some senators on sal aries to stay away from Washington Some are lazy and overpaid butnot all Senator Smoot for Instance Is a horsefor work You may not always like what he produces but he does It according to his lights and no sweat shop ever exacted more days a week or hours a day from Its slaves than he puts In Ditto Senator Curtis and Senator Robinson and quite a few others I HE fact is Senator Couzens is Hie executive the tive In the senate hes out of place He doesnt really know what a senators work is or he could find somethlngto do Couzens is chairmanof the commit tee on education and labor Let him dig into those two subjects alone and hell find theyll occupy his mind As a year maybe if docs sound liberal but a senator has tiuite a few expenses ho cant dodge It wouldnt be surprising to know that Couzens own clerk hire stands him in ten grandper anhun wants to work for nothing all right but there are senators who arent rich enough to be sued by the treasury department for 11 have to live on what they get from Uncle Sam fxave for College SCAHVILLE Sept those who will attend school out o town are Selmer Lovik Orville Lou Ernest and Joseph Thompson a Luther college Decorah the latter three being sophomores Alfred Strom Orlando Knudsen Tilda Christiansen and Mario Peterson to Waldorf college at Forest City If You That a ROYAL CLEANER tlearts wax Floors it cleans the dust corners out of the it polishes wax floors it cleans runs clean with air alone absolutely I Currie that it has attachments wliiuTi makes it possible to clean the curtains mattresses pillows etc it sells for less you would buy a new ROYAL or trade your old cleaner in on a new ROYAL before you start to clean house this fall EASY TERMS Van Ness Co Phone Maintained By Merit 11 North Federal i i It Is stated that nobody knows how many lawsare In force Nor how many are Herald Register Tribune Agency Phone 3231 Alslt In Nora Springs NORA SPRINGS Sept and Mrs Harry Morphew of Jeffers visited at tho home of Mrs Uorphews father J E Curphey th Irst of the week They brot their aughter Thelma to Mason City vhere she will attend the Hamilton chool of Commerce INSURAJNGE99 Guests are coming A program they want to hear One vacuum tube long may mar the evenings pleasure Insure against disap pointment Equip your set with genuine RCA Hadiotrons Keep extra Radiotrons in reserve Color is the vogue in gems Emeralds Rubies and gems to harmonize with every lend color and distinction to the simple lines and tones in modern froclcsl This is fashions newest evident at smart places everywhere Consult us for colored stones of every variety Or bring us your old jewels for remounting Youll be delighted to see how richly their old beauty will be reborn in todays fashionable 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