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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 16, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                kH FOUR MASON CITY WOLF COAL CO Phone 1148 BLUE BANNER Eastern Kentucky A high grade coal from Eastern firm and es pecially prepared for horns uae up clean lasts does not clinker Per ton 1148 Wolf Goal Co lowan Again National Corn Husking Winner When Enjoy Your at the Superb MORRISON HOTEL Madison and CSaik Streets Tallest Hotel the Fortyrise Starlet High Closest Jathedty to tres stores depots Rooms AD ontsidc roomp each with ice water and Serv tdcr which given ndded protection to guests with its The Ntvftomton completed will be largest oad tallest kotctia the maid contowang rooms IACK painting J the leaves In glorious colors he tells you that winter incoming Tiine your car put in conidition now When winter comes youll want a snfcoothcunning eager engme Have the differential and transmission thoroughly cleaned and repacked with Polarine Transmission Oil or Grease or IsoVis lubricant Have the recommended grade of Oil putinyourcrankcase Then youre all set Your car is ready for winter weather Cold days of smooth motoring for you When winter comes youll be glad you prepared for it At Any Standard Oil Service Station and at licensed garages MASON CITY IOWA CORN YIELDS ARE VARYING Weekly Report SKows Iowa Situation Goes From Worst to Best rKS MO1N51S Nov yields in iowa nuigo from very dis appointing tothe best in three years Charles D Heed director of tho Iowa weather and crop service declared to day Jn report Corn duality IB largely better than was expected earlier In the seaBou and there is considerably lees solt corn than waa forecast Altlio con ditions were not the moat favorable for drying corn tha severe freeze made husking easier and this work made fair progress durinff the week particularly on the uplands and in the early planted fields There apparently is plaint that corn Is too moist to crib safely Much corn was blown down by strons winds making machine picking difficult Precipitation of the week was bcn cllclal to winter grains pastures and meadows The report declared that while there have been many putbreaks of hog cholera these have been offset by more general vaccination as compared with n year ago Serum lias aeen lentiful Iowa the lanrtvrlicro good tall corii grows la nil ideal place for the training of fast corn huskcrs This ngnin proved by Fred StaiieU Fort Dodge who tossed tho ears at Tuesday to whi the national championship lor the third time Stanek shucked pounds of corn or bushels In 80 minutes of racing A sleet pelterefl Held with sott ground and icy stalks a handicap sloived up the speed of the race Staneks hands were soaked with moisture almost as soon as the first jar was husked and the muddy ground made his footing unsure Complete Story on Page 20 Gh1 Scouts Give Program BELMOND Nov local Girl Scout troopsave a musical pro gram In the high school auditorium Monday evening as a part of the reg ular meeting A number of musical selections including a piano duet a violin number three vocal solos find three piano numbers comprised the evenings entertainment ELECTRIC Motor Repairing i We derail kinds of repairing Armatures g rewound Call 977 and wo will call for your disg abled motor Work guaranteed ZACK ELECTRIC COMPANY 119 E State St Breaks Arm Cranking Car ORCHARD Nov Dodse vlng east town had tho misfortune f breaking his arm Sunday while a car t Attends Orchard Funeral ORCHARD NW Lack camo from Albuquerque N Monday He will attend the funeral of his brother Mr Lack Mrs Ada Spirit Lake sflso ia here Moves Shatfng Rink GLENVILLE Nov skatins rink which haa operated here he past 60 days has teen taken up ind the tent and floor stored In the back part the First State bank Tho managers rented a lulldingr in Al ert Lea and will open It to the public Tuesday evening HOOPING COUGH No helps tore duce paroxysms of coughing V VAPORUB Octr ITMiltton Yearly SORES troatmont fioothei in jion and starts ltd healing U you Our Store will be 4790 re for Another See Tomorrows Paper At 115 North Federal Prompt Service in Our Repair Shop THE GRAB BAG Who am I What is my profession Who Is my wife On this late in 1907 Oklahoma was admitted to the Union What is Its nickname Tho largest church in the world is at Rome What Is its name William McKlnley was one of tho two U S presidents to he assassin ated Where is his tomb The three great oceans of the earth aro tlio Atlantic Pacific and Indian Which is tho largest He hath put down the mighty from their seats and exalted them of low Where Is this passage found In the Bible IOWA QUERIES Is congressman from the tenth district in Iowa did tho Indian name Ap panoose mean is congressman from tho eleventh district in Iowa did the Indian name dl3 the telegraph first reach Iowa e Answers on wont ad page SOLD THREE OF SEEDiEe AUREABYjA MA 00 SEIA NINE HUHOfySO AM NINETY SEVEN MORE To A REAL A1RPUANET JIMMY JAMS Todays Horoscope Persons born on this date are often successful inventors and do not fol low in the wake of others either in thot or deeds MOTHER OF TWINS IS UNCONSCIOUS DURING 27 DAYS ST PAUL Nov Joseph Dech of St Paul Injured In an automobile accident Oct 20 after which slio gave blrtli tn twins today entered the 27th consecutive day dur 1ns which aho has been unconscious Struck by an automobile as she was crossing a street intersection Mrs Dech was taken to a local hospital in tin unconscious condition A few hours later the twins a boy and a born Opiates huve been administered and has rallied at times to eemicon At such times she has been given liquid foods There has been virtually no change In her condi tion since the accident occuvred how ever Mrs Dech ia 28 years old Tiie twins are getting alons nicely Former Pittsburgh AntiVice Leader to Return to Des Moines UBS MOINES Nov L Kinff former Iowa legislator ind Pittsburgh antivice crusader who has resigned tho directorship of tho Pittsburgh citizens league was re ported today on his way hero to re open his law practice Mrs King to whom ho was mar during the numnier was reported o havo been here during tho past week Xeurly 100 lnw violation cases only lf prosecuted were left behind when Itlng left Pittsburgh word from thevft Indicates You Cant Heat a House With a Tin Can on Legs x Neither can you heat a house satis factorily with a cheap cabinet heater for any length of time anyone tells just as or Will give the same results at less you can make up your mind you are getting just what you pay heate without a reputation of long service Moores Cabinet Heater was first made 35 years ago ancl since that time many others have been made and forgotten but Moores Heaters have stood the test of years Buy a Moorcvs Healer and be sure of genuine sutisfaction Trade In The Old Stove Easy Payments GurrieVan Ness Go Maintained By Merit Phone 17 11 North Federal Aye Articles Stolen From Cars GLEXVILLJ3 Nov ng church services Sunday evening n nrgo plush robe which had been used Lo cover the engine was stolon from Ralph Booens car Some time during tlio week a wool blanket and tho koy to tlie doorfl from Grant Pechlaa sedan Gienville JStmient Injured GLENVILLE Nov Soplius Tohnson a local boy who at tends liish school In Albert Tea re ceived a injury to his right eye when mnKins a chemistry teat Mon day By tha time nnmc fellows their second slRlit lovcalfirstHlsM has nl voiiily done Its damaRc if Bloines llBRiitcr How You Can Tell Lifes a game to some but to most its a hard fought tattle Character ability alert to win it Appearance 100 When a man wears FLOR SHEIM Shoes be sure hes learned how important appearance ia P n li Kv S 110 S MASON Rainbow Block Coal Low in Ash High in Heat FIRM AND BLOCKY find it pays to Imy coal from a dpaler in whom I have 100 ton Consolidated Coal Co Phone 1176 GET UP SINGING MRS BELLE THOMPSON 31OI t 4TH EAST LAKIT 7KNN Springtime streameil in through the open windows The green fieldj of Georgia were basking In the sun shine Somewhere a bird was trill Ing It was a day to ba happy But the pale woiSan at tho tablo slsliod and pushed away her plate Nothing taatcd right She couldnt eat much Sho couldnt sloop well either She was sir weak It wns hard to do her work When the baby cried she wanted to cry too She had not been well for fou years Her husband watchoil he with a mans helpless expression But Uis mother knew a remedy My says Mrs Belle Thompson 3101 East Lake told me Lydla E Pinlchams Vegetable Compound and Lydla E Pinkhama Sanative Wash I took six tha Vegetable Compound I could sleep and would get up iii the morning singing and feeling fine t oni mother of three children andalways after the babies came I had to takft treatments bnt I cnn truly say that this last time I have only usedthe Sanative Wash It does more good than tho treatments It keeps me on rny feet to care for my children and T do most of my work I feel It my duty to let you know how both of the medicines have helped Another Happy Woman I read aboutLydla E PInthama Vegetable Compound dn the little books you give away and began to take tha medicine After the first few bottles I began to feel better and could eat bettor and had fewer headaches I feel liko a different peipon At anytime that I dpnt fee good I take tho Vegetable Compound again as I always keep a bottleon hand You may use lUa letter for every word Is true I will answer any letters sent to JES NIC 611llth Union City N J This dependable medicine been in use for over fifty yearafl 1 AWj fe   

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