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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 17, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                CA MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THURSDAY JAN 17 1929 GET 30 DAYS FOR DRINKING vis Hubbard Committed to County Jail on Vagrancy Charge I Elmer Brown and his two eons 31arence and Aubrey will stage a reunion to extend over a per od of 30 dayj according to the decree t Police Judge Lowell Forbes The rent will be staged at the county Jail nd Lee Burns will be among those Iprescnt Theses four men were sen jtencea to 30 day terms in Jail on charges of Intoxication when they ap Apeared before the police judge Thurs day morning Avis Hubbard was also given an indeterminate sentence in the county JaM for vagrancy Tlipso lesser sentences of and 10 days in jail for Intoxication were Alex Moon Christ Meyor Jim Olson and Clato Reese Thesesentence are to be served In the Jail If t B defendants are un able to produce money for their fines Ir Annual Clearance i ale of A RANGES Astonishing Values Astounding Reductions Liberal Terms oo Down Pay Balance Monthly Hurry Sale Ends Saturday and PEOPLES GAS AND ELECTRIC CO Iur Keller Appliances The GlobeGazette Offers a New Guide to Good Manners In 20 short chapters this booklet tells about modern ctiQuet A reference booh of 32 pages for thebusy man and woman who want to know what is proper Jn dress manners conduct and social relations but who So not caro to read volumes on the subject Innovations are chapters on ctl quet in an apartment house and on tho golf links Avoid embarrassing mistakes by having this reference look handy at all times Any reader may get one for tf cents by usijig the coupon below Frederic J Hasttin Director The Mason City GlobeCazetlo Information llurcau Washington I C I inclose herewith G cents in coin or stamps for i copy o tho booklet MODERN MANNERS Name Slrecfc City State S U I Doctor Conducts Classes From Bedside IOWA CITY Jan stu rlcnts grouped at his bedside Dr llenry T Frentlss professor in th University oC Iowa college of med cine is continuing Ills class lecture despite of illness Doctor Prentiss who Is head of th department of anatomy histology ani ehibryology lectures regularly to class of internes from the head apt cialitlcs department For the past 25 years Doctor Pren lisa ha lccn a member oC the med cal faculty Assessors Meet CLAKIOX Jan the annual meeting the assessors of Wright county hero this week a uniform schedule of values was adopted so that uniformity will prevail thruout the entire county Land will be val ued at J6S an acre horses at 48 feed ing cattle C cents to 8 cents a pound cows JM steers 530 hogs S a hun dred and tractors pianos and radios according to actual value1 CHICAGO FOLK GO MILK DRY Supply Cut by Strike of Dairymen in Illinois and Wisconsin CHICAGO Jan 17 milk supply of Americas second city was endangered today by striking dairy men of Illinois and Wisconsin dc namling 5285 a hundredweight for nilk in placfe ot the the dlstribu ors have offered to continue paying Some distributors are storing thou sands of pounds condensed milk to meet nn emergency altho none waa of ho opinion the milk shortage would become acute There were reports that producers in several sections haa been stopped enroute to dlstrfbutinp plants and tlieir milk dumped onto the jround Picketing at several receiving sta tions was continued today by strikers and plans were being made to picket other stations of the Harden and Bon man Dairy companies which distrib ute about twothirds of tho citys milk Milk Dumped on Ground Four thousand pounds ot milk were Jumped yesterday n county where dairymen ertended their picket Hues along highways leading to tbe Bowman receiving station at Gurnee III and to two Waulcegan dairies fieven dairymen who have declined to Join strikers in refusing to deliver milk to dealers were stopped on their way to tho Bowman plant and the 2600 pounds of milk they carried were destroyed No milk was delivered at the piant where ordinarily 25000 pounds are received As nonBtrikinp dairymen and dairy officials appealed to authorities ot Lake county for protection the Pure Milk association announced that two more chapter members had joined the striking Bordcn riant Closes The Borden plant at Bristol WIs had arranged to close today and etrik eua have detailed 50 of their number to picket tho Bowman plant at Gurneo day and night In the face of a resolution adopted y the Illinois Holstein association urging the public to demand arbflra EVOLUTION AGAIN 60 TONS SAND IS PUT ON STREETS Street Commissioner Makes Monthly Report to P F Hopkins City Manager Sixty tons sand wore scattered on Mason City streets aud sidewalks to safeguard pedestrians and motorists during icy periods In December nc cording to tho monthly report ot C H Patchcn street commissioner to City Manager P Hopkins Altho It was winter 56G cubic yards of gravel were placed on unpavcd streets from thecity pit Workers at the gravel pits did 200 yards of strip ping that winter gravel hauling might be done In order to relieve flooi conditions in xvct scnsons 325 lineal feet of storm sewer sizo 15 feet by IS feet were laid along the Milwaukee right of way from the Great Western right oC way to Jackson and Van Bu rcn avenues For years water has stood at these points during rainy weather because it could not get away Usual maintenance of unpavol and graveled streets was carried on when ever conditions would permit All equipment of tho street department is now being given a thoro overhauling so that it will be In good condition for steady service during the coming sea son Tho street sweeper during December traveled 102 miles and removed 75 cubic yards of sweepings from the street Had fn Huslmes ST PAUIj veteran of tho Civil war John B Hompc who once retired from polities in 3S93 Is a mem ber of the Minnesota legislature Tennessee lias been stirred by another evolution case Professor Elmoro Gentry principal of Fen tress county high school near Jamestown Term has issued a denial ot a charge pi need him by tho fathers of two ex pelled hoys of liciiiR responsible for the placing of bonks in tho school library which If taught violate the stato anilevo lution act Ho also 1ms denied teaching subjects proscribed by the state act Finfessoi Gentry is shown with Mrs Gentry tlon of the dispute Hoy Davis presi dent of tho Waukcgan Lake Shore Pure Milk association declared the farmers intend to win or get out oC the milk producing business Growing Children sometimes require a tonic do their Collection of Humming Birds Given to S U I IOWA CITY Jan specimens of humming birds repre senting more than 60 species soon will lie placed on exhibition In the blid hall of the University of Iowa museumThe collection was made by llomer R Dilldirector of v the mu seum as a private enterprise Pro fessor Dill however has given birds to the state university Schoolmasters at Itaucroft WESLEY Jan and Mrs Irwlti IV Edle plan to attend a school master clubs gathering at Bancroft this evening An educational program will bo tho entertainment after a din ner at oclock History Society Meets CRESCO Jan the mouthly meeting of the Hmvard county Histori cal society Monday evening Jan Mrs T J Gibbons reviewed a portion of the new book In Cabins and Sod Houses by President Emeritus Me Bride ot the University of Iowa Tile booh Is published by the State Histori cal society of Iowa and is intensely Interesting it gives many thrilling Incidents and touches of pioneer life In Iowa Tho reason people Iont recognize the road to Easy street Is because they expect to see signs advertising 20 percent Cnsfle Xcivs WHY NOT give her a SENEY DIAMOND now and up Childbirth MAKE the months of expectancy easier freer from tension and pain and make the birth of your child a happy event by using Mothers Friend the ex ternal lubricant for expectant mothers used and praised by three generations cf mothers Mothertobel Begin uaing Mothers Friend and you ivill realize the wis dom of doing so as the weeks roll by Write for free booklet sent in plain envelope on Things to Know Before Baby Comes Mothers Friend is sold by all good drug Rcgulilor Co BA 37 January Fur Sale LOWEST PRICES IN YEARS Caracul Coats Walloby Coats and up and up Muskrat Coats and up Northern Seal Coats JLftDand up Betiowitz Bros Ph 633 221 N Fed Real Estate Transfers Women Heavy Voters CHICAGO hand that rocks the cradle in Illinois Is the most active i at the polls In tho Xovember elec tion per cent ot women registered voted whereas 045 per cent of reg istered men cast ballots said the Illi nois League of Women Voters Mailman Hurt by Fall ALGONA Jan Spong berff mail carrier was injured Mon day caused by a fall on tho Ice when making hla deliveries Ha was unable to attend to duties Tuesday GIVE your child the right chance to develop and you will not regret it in later years Many children become under nourished due to lack of appe tite Keep the appetite keen Food nourishes the body and makes it 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SHOWING Betty Janes SPRING FROCKS o are now allowing a Itne of Spring Froclcs that are certainly most at tractive Sec them them first More Than the Price Suggests 122 N Federal Ave TUdgeway Joy Co Treas to S A Sirrlne 5640 L C B 2 Shncnsons Park Clear Lake lli29 Htdgeway Joy Co Treaa to S A Slrrino 750 I 293 Midland His Addition to Mason City 11420 Rldgeway Joy Co Treas to S Sirrlne 5192 L 11 B B Ventura Hta 11429 BJdgeway Joy Co Treaa to S A Sirrlne JS62 L 10 B 3 Collotonz Addition to Mason City 11429 Itldgeway Joy Co Treas to S A Slrrino L 5 B 7 Laws ad dition to Mason City 11429 RIdgcway Joy Co Trcas to S A Sirrlne 5350 L 175 Midland Hts Ad dition to Mason City lH23 Rldgeway Joy Co Trcas to S A Slrrino L u B 4 Fair View Ad dition to Mason City lH29 Itidgeway Joy Co Trcas to S A Sirrlne 53558 It 4 B 25 College au dition to Mason City 1142D Beck Allan F and Clara S to Bag leyBeck Co 21 In Clear Lake Colnp MeetingGrounds Clear Lake la and all right and Interest of Clear Lake Park Co In agreement of George Peterson to build and maintain public lock extending from lot 20 block 20 In subdivision part Clear Lako Camp Meeting Grounds located on part gov ernment lot 1 13 96 22 Jan 9 1929 Beck Allan F and Clara S Bagley TV G C and Winifred to BagleyBcclc Co part lot 4 in subd lot 4 and part lot 1 all In block 17 Paul Felti plat of Mason City Jan 10 1929 Beck Allan F and Clara S to Bag oyBeck Co all block 28 clear Lake Camp Meeting Grounds Clear Lake la nnd all right anil interest ftc tiulred from Western Lakes Resort Co In part of lancl described adjoining nnd around saiJ B 23 and all rights inter est and agreements in rightofway dated June 23 1927 by Western Laltos Resort Co to Mason Cily and Clear Lake Traction Co recorded book 4S page 203 Jan 9 W29 Baglcy TV G C and Winifred M to BaglcyBeck Co JtOO lot 14 15 and part Jot 18 in block 17 In I R Kirks replat of block 17 18 19 27 32 39 of plat of South Mason City Jan 10 1329 Knop Julius Emilia to Mra Sel ma Kirach Chris H lot 19 blk 1 and lot 3 blk 1 Toungbloods ad dition to Mason City S1328 Moore Chas E and Lucy A Moore John D and Mauds M to Lewis M Ncwgaard NWU section 31 and SWi section 29 all In 9521 July IE 1928 MacXider Hanford t Margaret to Howard A oLeary NW4 SE1 and SEii Sect 35 and Vf NWi Sect 36 all In 9522 1329 Creas G E Sheriff In John Han cock Mutual Life Ins Co 1487294 NE 289521 122728 Cress G B Sheriff to First Nat Co S1G3911 L 17 B 2 Kuppingers Add to Mason City Zahm Agnella Powers Gdn of John Edward Powers to nutloU Stu lcr Und 13 Interest L 6 B 2 Saint Francis Park Mason City Iowa Kalim Agnelta Powers n H to Rudolf Studer Und 13 inter cat L 6 B 3 In Saint Francis Park Mnson City Iowa lS29 Powers Margaret to HilcJolt Stu der Und 13 interest L 6 B 2 In Saint Francis Park Mason City Iowa 1829 Telford Jennie M ct al to Kflsle Tyler JI L 42 in subd L 1f In SEi 109G20 1829 First Nntl Co to Howard A OLcary 51 K4 Sect 27 nnd SEJ Sect 27 and part NWi SE1 Sect 27 all In H719 132SI Wehstor 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