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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 15, 1927, Mason City, Iowa TWO City Health Rules Enforced by Women n to a mania place and dome his pork efficiently I9 one OC the Achievements of Miss Gertrude Stcr UnB heaUl officer oeBlodmsburg hfcMdet to tho which her father had held before her HC1 daily duties range from abating nui sances to placarding homes Miss Sterling says her job in get ung easier every day because peo plo are coming to realize the bene fits ot quarantining patients autfcr Ing from infections disease LIKE LINCOLNS DETROIT with the an nouncement of the new Ford car comes word of a startlinginvention that Fords float over tho on cushions of air Foril owners will welcome the news that bumps and rough riding are a thins of the past The invention provides air cushions between the spring leaves that can ba installed ex perience in 5 minutes for a trifle The inventor Mr T S Hamilton 530 W 27th Los An anticipates that eventual ly every type of car Willie equipped with this invention men now to take care ot local business for him He offers an opportunity of mak ing from tp a week Write him for full particulars and free Bam OLD POSTCARD FOUND TELLING OF RULES IN EARLY MINING CAMPS SACRAMEUTO Cal Hill post card of gold rush days dated 1S54 one of the first written to folks back has come Into the possession of Miss Eudora Gnroute state historian Ten commandments for the Argo nauts are Illustrated by Charles Nahl pioneer artist Among them aro these Thou shalt have no other claim than one Thoushalt not go prospecting be foro thy claim gives out neither shalt thou take thy gold dust to tho gam ing table for monte roulette faro Inhsfiucnnet and poker will prove lo theo tho more thoii putest down the less thou takest up Thou shalt not remember what thy friends at homo do on the Sabbath day thou mayest dig or pittk all thy body can stand On Sun day all thy dirty shirts flarn cst all thy stockings tap thy boots makest thy bread ant boil thy porlc anfl beans Thou shalt not grow discouraged nor think ot going home btfore thou hast made thy pile Thou shalt not steal pick or shovel from thy fellows nor pick out specl inents from the company pan and put them In thy mouth Thou shalt not tell false tales about good diggings in the mountains to thy neighbors to benefit a friend who hath mules and provisions to MASON CITY Private Speed Limit for Aiitoists Proposed HARRISBUHG Sept move to establish an indi vidual speed limit lor each thotorist instead of a general limit has been started here by officials of the Penn sylvania Motor federation Under tho plans advanced by Rich ard C Haldeman president of the federation each driver when applylns for an operators permit would depenil the speed limit which would be as signed to Some drivers think Haldeman said in explaining his plun Some think slowly Some do not think at all Tho driver whose men tal comeback Is speedy may bo ex pected to handle his machine prop erly in an emergency That Is not true of the driver whose mental re action is Blow Therefore while the mentally agile operator may take cave oC himself and others at a speed o 50 miles an hour the slow thinker who travels at that rate is a menace to everything on the Florida Citrus Men Want Jardmes Services WASHINGTON Sept 15 Florida citrus fruit growers are seek ing to obtain the services of William M Jardiue how secretary of agricul ture as active head of a Floridawide cooperative citrus fruit association Thus far however Mr Jardine has not indicated a tvillingnes to accept Lit US SHOW VOU THIS Theyre latest wash ers from the One Minute Manu facturing Company at Newton We have never seen such value Such a wonderful washer at a price which is incomparable in the washing machine industry The household without an electric washer as well using an obsolete model will find in the One Minute 60 the machine they have long waited for Every feature an attractive one including the price A full ca pacity family in anS machine you will be proud to own SPECIAL INTRO DUCTORY SALE NOW SEE THE DEMONSTRATION COOLIDGE MAY iGOMEjENATOe Stewart Thinks President May Want to Represent State in Senate I5y CHARLES P STEWAUT Central Press Dispatch WASHINGTON Sept does air Coolldgo choose to do anyway Hell have to find some sort of em ployment after hj leaves the white house Probably It will need to be pretty strenuous too the presidency must key a man up to make most other things seem tome by compari son Grover Cleveland was an exception he was a philoso William Howard Tafts another ex ccption CQOifOGE The presidency was only an Incident in his life no a very pleasant one either He wa miscast as president Nature designe him for chief justice oC the fedora supreme court Ho simply wanders aimlessly thru the presidency aft until his present jo opened an4 received him WILSONS was a mor characteristtcexpresldcntlal case Wilson in retirement certainly wa thoroly unhappy Maybe Col Roosevelt wasnt axact ly unhappy but Its a cinch he wa discontented He had to take artificial in heroic doses to keep from dying ol ennuf Lion hunting third part movements deathdefying ventures into unknown Jungles bouncingbul lets off his torso red hot scraps with all and took strong stuff right along to satisfy the colonels cravings CALVIN COOLIDGE will complete i his current presidential term ft comparatively young man and a very active one from all indications I HB isnt the typo to settle down like Cleveland wrlto his memoirs and become the sage of Amheret or some such place s He hasnt Tafts ingrowing Judicial temperament Hell enjoy himself for awhile loaf ing then hell begin to grow restless Trust the ifarseeing Mr Coolidge to have thot ofthis already and to have evolved somo very clearcut Idea as to whnt he chooses to do about it HB WONT mope and pine you can hot on that He wont resort to powerful stimu lants like Roosevelt that Isnt in his line Mr Coolidire is a lawyer hut hi nover worked it He never wrote anything he didnt have to Hes no dreamer Ho doesnt care for bloodcurdling adventures Calvin Coolldge lives on politics its been hla business now it ivill have to be his avocation OUT after having been preslflent U what is thero left for Mr Coolidge to get a thrill out of In politics any more Why the senate to be sure A comedown Dont think it A senators a pretty big man any way And a senator whos also an expresident An expresident too who retired at the apex ofhis popu larity Hell he all but the presidents equal in importance and a dozen times a president in the matter of In dependence Its hard io think ot a position In which a politician can have more fun TTHERELiL be a Massachusetts sen airship available the year after Mr Coolldge nuits the white house Mo can have Itr for the asking it goes without saying Hell virtually represent the whole party thruout the entire country at any rate Nobody could heat him Ho wont havo to live to an impossible ago to he good for three terms at it All the ease of retirement and at tho same time all the enjoyment of aotivo politics Unless nil Washingtons mistaken thats what Mr Cootidge chooses ANATtONWIDE IH YEAR StLVEHV where savings are greatest 2123 SOUTH FEDERAL MASON CITY IA St I11 lifting o and labor Free rtose water and tubs Saves time with every One Minute Model 60 Visits at Biirclilnnl BURCllINAL Sept Doris Bates of Manango s is visiting with relatives and friends In and around Burchinal Threshing Nearly Done BRICBLYX Sept threshing is on the ivindup and most flax is thrcahcd only a few scattered fields being left Attend Albert Lea Fair Sept a few families are off today to Albert Lea to attend the Irecborn county fair that commenced yesterday Fnrm cfuhs on Picnic BURG Sept The boys and farm recced and 4H clubs of Chlckasiiiv county bind their leaders joined in a picnic In the tourist park last Sunday with a The clay was spent in riding and other imusemehls Teaches Near Stliaon STILSON Sept Lena Anderson Is teachingtiic school a ilia west of Stisori Miss Anderson Iriycs from Brltt Pastor ReVisits Kaninvhn KAXAWHA ept Rev B Trolstad former pastor of the ntheran church is visiting friends ere thin week The Rev Trelstnd nd family together with a largo ntim er of their former members met at tho Ronvirk park Silnriy ami enjoici a pleasant clay together In all planning for our 25th or Silver Anniversary the dominating thought has Keen to again exemplify that slogan which has been the guiding spirit of our organization for 25 years Pack the Dollar Full of Value and Satisfaction All our customers are invited to observe with us our 25th Milestone Is Saturday Really The Best Day to Shop Lets all try a new kind of Saturday next week Instead of leaving our shopping until the last muiuie do a bit each day and when Daddy gets home frota work pick up a picnic backet and pile the youngsters into the car for a happy half holiday in the country Such a day will prove more soothing to your nerves than the usual mad scramble thru the stores and in the years to come the kiddies will look back on it as one of the pleasantest memories of their chiidhood Suppose we who live in the x city try to make Saturday aft ernoon our Country Dayl 25h Anniversary Again for Fall Soft Felta Are Smart as Ever Makes Each Fall Frock More Attractive Than the Last Theres something flattering and delight fully becoming about the frocks this Fall varied in styling that every type of figure can be fitted Satin and heavy crepes drape gracefully A soltfy rippling or one turned back in smart clever ones Single Blankets To Use With Others Plaid cotton blankets in size 72x80 9Sc New Skirt atsd Jacket Effects While the impression is stil one of straight tines many variations make the selection more interesting Colors are blues browns and s few greens vie with black Sizes For Women Misses and Juniors SUver Shirts for Cut extra full 54 inches ens big arms longsleeved Gives 3 maximum of comfort and good wrtr Low priced 25tft Anniversary From Our Fine Silks Are Fashioned When silks of heavy lustrous quality can be bought at such modest prices it is easy to make smart frocks at home Night Shirts i For Men Made ot Honor cut extra 98c Raypn Striped Shirts for Men Broadcloth and Madras collar attached at P Crepe de Chine Our own all of Falls approved colors Charmeuae A particularly smart material this season drapes gracefully Crepe Satin The lustrous fin ish of this fabric makes it z fall fa vorite Distinctive in Cut and Patterns Timely stylec And manly lines Serviceable fabrics No doubt of these Values I I I Drop in and Look over our Stock Not necessary to Buy Mens suits in serges and worsteds plain and attractive stripes in bine brown and jjray Threebutton singlebreasted models V Extra pants
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