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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 28, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TUESDAY AUGUST Sale Ends Saturday Ni Living Room Suites FREE Beautiful Lamp Davenport and Fireside Chair Mohair Cushions Brother of Thornton Woman to Rest THORNTON Aug Forsyth and Mrs L Cadwell re turned Saturday from Cincinnati where they went to attend the funeral of Mrs brother Charles Gil bert Mrs Forsythes daughter Mrs George Cramer of Hutchinson and Mrs Forsyths sister Mvs Anna Schumacher of Colorado Springs returned horns with htr from the funeral and will remain for a time Chicago Land Bank to 1 Plans Made for Klemme Divide Swea City Ranch SWEA CITY Aug J Great of Sioux CHy lleldman for the Chi cago Joint Land bank said when he was here the latter part of the week that his company was going to divide the old Lenander ranch of 720 acres into two farms and would spend 000 on it tor new buildings Tha Lenander ranch for nearly two decades was the show places of this neighborhood It was developed by C J Lenander former banker at Bancroft but now residing in St Paul who operated the ranch suc cessfully until the land crash in 1920 Mr Grest reports that his company has 41 farms in this vicinity and that none of tha farms will be sold for Jess than an acre Some improved property has beeft celling for more than that this summer School Opening Sept 5 KLEMME Aug Klemme school will begin on Wednesday Sept 5 The freshman class Is expected to number about 30 while the high school will consist of about 70 students The faculty is as follows M F Penrod superintendent Wll ma Trumbell principal high school Jonald Lewis science Lena Belle Me Ginnis home economics Carl HeJd en manual training and athletic Phil Us Root fifth and sixth grade Mil dred Wheatman third and fourth ffrade LeNora TVheatman first and second grade Emit Patet janitor Dining Room Suites Special prices for high quality din ing suites Because we bought these suites at advantag eous reductions We can pass the savings on to you FREE3 Piece Compote Set Low Prices Here Always Include QUALITY and VALUE SOLDIERS ARE GUESTSATFAKP Veterans of Civil War Will See Airplane Show Crystal Lake Man Laid to Rest at Britt CRYSTAL LAKE Aug body of Sam Matsen 70 who passed away at Clear Lake Friday evening was brot to Britt Mr Mat sen had motored toClear Lake Friday and was feeling veil and it was while visiting some friends there he was taken suddenly with a stroke In the afternoon and died the same right Mr Matsen was one of the residents of this community having lived on his farm west ot town for years until thls last year when ht retired from farm life IES MOINES Aug Soldiers of the last century and air craft of the present were singled special attention at the Iowa fair today the seventh day ot the nualexhibltlon J Special programs were on tap lorj all groups of veterans ot the Civil anatf SpanishAmerican wars including concert by the old soldiers druo corps All these veterans were milled Araons the exhibits the battlers will see are the latest type jf count rapt Ion s that might be turne a hnrrassing modern warriors bul which now are designed to lend speecj and variety to transportation plane exhibit comprises sport senger and transport craft rangin from tiny individual machines tp hugJ threemotorod 12passenger air cruisers The fair went Into its seventh lagging behind the attendanc mark 1927 Dwight Davis Is to Campaign for Hoover SEATTLE Aug Secretary of War Dwight F Davis announced here last night he would take the stump for Herbert Hoover thru the middlewest in the campaign for the presidency Buffet Table and Six Chairs Walnut Finish Leather Seats Bed Room Suites Rochelle Fine Gingham 32 inch width assorted patterns real value yard lOc Roxbury Our Own Cretonne 36inch for drapes and comfortable coverings Yd Layaway Plan A small deposit Tvili hold any Garment for you and by making small weekly pay ments you willbe surprised how soon it will be paid in fuU We will be glad to ex plain our Layaway Plan to you Only the best of materials and constructionwill be found in these very special reductions in fine bed room suites FREE RAG RUG VANITYBEDCHEST THE CONVENIENT PURCHASE PLAN TERMS TO SUIT If You Are Looking for Value Quality and Beauty in Furniture Your Quest Ends in COBBS GREAT AUGUST SALE COBBS Sport Frocfa Good quality S4la Ueht irdgat for Autumn irearint Glad io Oar Own Percale In Neat and crisp for house rocks aprons and childrens playtime dresses The col orings ire say for Spring 36 inches wide Prints Pongee Finish Especially attractire lor wash frocks 19c Afl Silk Pongee Has Many Utea TUi spltndid Jap first quality is a worth while yard 15c So Useful Oar Trademarked Ramona doth McCALL PRINTED PATTERNS childrens rom and dresici 5 splendid ftbrio for the 6 fcch width white yard 25c 2022 East State St Mason City Slipsheen NonClinc An ideal white fabric for costume slips Yard 39c There Is Quality In Every Inch of Honor Mtulia The quality the same ev ery day attract careful shoppers 36 inches wide bleached and 39 inches unbleached yard 12k Crepe de Chine Washable Fare silk and shown a many colors 98c Utility Counts In These Staple HooMhoid Items Hundreds of housewives Belle Isle muslin every day 36 inches wide bleached and 39 inches un bleached Yard lOc constipation FinJ Thii OiJ Method Soon Tfom of Troablt Bad Jonltastinsr to ones sol andoflenstveto others oiWDOtbe ended by local treatments Often Dooatlpatlon la the loarce of the trouble SB 1C IB with tick neaijaohe nausea dliilnesi and bll iODBneaa In 70 years millions ot people fonnd Curlers Little Liver Pllla Quickest latest relief lor OontUpatlon The oldest laxatlvs pills In the and the largest lolling Over nieit lastyear Try Carters Little Liver Pills only 25 cents tor at all drag stores Insist on the genuine in ths old tamllUr red wrapper Superintendent at Union on Job to Work Out School PUnl WEST UNION Aug Startin week from yesterday practicallill every school in the county wil openjf all school plans are now completed yj few of the rural teachers have sent in their card Indicating that are to teach at a certain school bu a large per centage of them has local public school has now complete its staff and the now head Russeltl A Holy who is taking the place N Kluckhohn is here now workinsJ out plans for the year who teach in the public school West Union Eva Bradley llrst gradeij Mary Montgomery first Mattie Butler second grade Evil Shea third grade Glee Forbes fourthj grade Hattle Landt fifth grade Mar garet Byal slzth grade Sena sen seventh grade Genevieve eighth rrade Special rpanual training and s letics Lester Becker home economic J FJoy Hockaday music penmanahjl and drawing Helen George Helen Andrews English Bright mathmatics Alma Iisrson hll tory ienzjl Nelson normal tralnlfj Hilda Hatz science M O superintendent ot school Russell V Holy CLEANSES and purifies die stun an them to their natunU and wholesome Its daily use maintains la delightfully healthy condition Cuticura Soap been remarkably suc ccssfiil for fifty years in the treatment of affections of the skin and hiir and is today without doubt one of the most popular soaps ever produced for the toilet bath and nursery JSSnu Mi Cutlcnra Shuring Stick Mo Earn Young ladies trained in the actual practical routine of office work of fered at Hamilton College land good positions More graduates have been placed with corporations during the past three months than ever before There is no question about a position if you make the necessary prepara tion The Fall Term opensTuesday Sep tember 4 Write telephone or make a friendly visit to the College Youll be pleased and youll be convinced that business training opens up many wonderful opportunities   

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