Get 1 more page view just for clicking
to like us on Facebook
Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 23, 1929, Mason City, Iowa MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE WEDNESDAY JAN 23 2 AnnouncePlan to DividV Harvard TenResidential Groups CAMBRIDGE Mass Jan 23 j Harvard university officials made li mown tojay that Edward S Hark less New York financier whose fam II If y has riven millions to Yale had j romlsec to finance fully 10 pjaj of divldIngrxHarvnrl college Into small residential groups The an nouncement was made thru a letter to President A Lawrence Lowell The plan Cor tho subdivision of the ccllego was first made public when President Lowell announced tlie gift of from an anonymous donor who it was later learned was llarkness Each house will contain approx imately 250 undergraduates which would mean the eventual utilization about 10 houses NEW BISAtARCK HOTEL CHICAGO RANDOLPH AT LA SALLE good food is a where superior cheerful service is a creed and where providing for the comfort of the guest is an accepted obligation f Famous for a third of a century Quiet rooms 1 L restful btds 85 of all rooms to J 111 Hi lil ii GOOLIDGE HOPES TO HAVE SURPLUS Hoover Administration Like ly to Go In With Funds in Treasury WASHINGTON Jan 23 is the hope of President Cootldge that when he retires March 4 the treasury will be in condition to chow a surplus at the close of the fiscal year Altho he has received no recent re ports from tho budget bureau or the treasury he Is confident that a sale will be maintained It was represented to the president today from sources outside the gov ernment that a deficit oj In prospect but the chief execu tive is of the opinion that in estimat ing this figure the prospective tax payments due on March 15 and June 15 had not been considered The margin is regarded by Cooliclge as very slight however and he be lieves that great care must be exer cised in making appropriations if a deficit is to be avoided Medicos dissent the human frame ond scientists dissect the entire frame of Louis GlobeDemocrat CHILD COUGHS Stopped quickly ssc and SAFELY We with one swallow of THOXINE I fit Safety silence and simplicity are features of the new Ford sixbrake system ONE of the first things yon wiH notice when yon drive the new Ford is the quick effective silent action of its sixbrake system this system gives you the high est degree of safety and reliability because the fourwheel service brakes and die separate emer gency or parking brakes are all of the mechanical internalcxpand iag type with braking surfaces fully enclosed for protection mud water sand etc Tne many advantages of this type of braking system have long Ireen recognized They are brought to yon in the new Ford through a series of mechanical improvements embodying much that is new in design and manu faetnre A paTffcadariy unique feature is die simple way by whioh a special drum has been constructed to penult the use of two sets of in ternal brakes on the rear wheels Hie brake construction on the froirt wheels also is mmanaL Here Ike brakes are enclosed without die use of a leather boot or slid ing joint to protect the linkage between die brake rods and the L on die brake plate A further improvement Is effected by the selfcentering fea ture of the fourwheel an exclusive Ford development Through this construction the en tire surface of the shoe is brought in contact with the drum the in stant yon press your foot on the brake pedak This prevents screech ing and howling and makes the Ford brakes unusually silent Another feature of the Ford brakes is the ease of adjustment The fourwheel brakes are ad justed by turning a regulating screw conveniently located on the outside of each broke plate This screw is so notched that all four brakes can be set alike simply by listening to the clicks The emergency or parking brakes the new Ford require little attention However should they need adjustment at any time consult your Ford dealer for prompt courteous and econom ical service He works under close factory supervision and he has been specially trained and equipped to help you get the great est possible use from your car over the longest period of time at a minimum of trouble and expense FORD MOTOR COMPANY LEISSRING MOTOR CO FordLincoln Sales and Service PHONE 922 Mason City la CHARLES CITY NEWS JURY DRAWN IN SADDLERS CASE Standing Room at Premium in Courthouse at Suit Begins CHARLES CITY Jan se lection of a jury in the case of Mrs Olive Klinkel vs Sheriff P A Sad dler and his bondsmen the National Security company was completed yesterday afternoon It took ono en tire day to select the men who will render a verdict The names of those chosen are Andrew Ewen St Charles Walter Gardner Charles City D D Roberts Ulster W W Atkins Floyd E M Hunter Cedar R F Hardy Union Jack Langman Ulster Louis liaison Charles City Jap Hilllcr Charles City Charles Becker River ton George Brown Pleasant Grove and L F Pudll Charles City Standing room Is at a premium and crowds gather long before court opens The sheriff is being sued for damages and his bonding company for by Mrs Olive Klinkel adminis tratrix of the estate of her son Don ovan Klinkel who died from a bullet wound received from the hands of the sheriff In May 1927 Fay Ijnngsdale salesman for the Quaker Oats company of Cedar Rap ids was tho first witness called yes terday afternoon His testimony as a witness to the shooting will be re sumed today He claims he was In Oak Park the Sunday the sheriff was called by a nearby resident and saw what took place and heard the con versation between the sheriff and Don ovan Klinkel NEW HAMPTON IS LOSER 34 TO 18 Charles City Seconds Beaten by 15 to 11 byCagers From East CHARLES CITY Jan City won from New Hampton last night 34 to 18 In a game here Tlc Hahn brothers and Hnuser did most of tho scoring for Charles City and Kxel gcp was hlsh point man for New Hampton New Hampton seconds won the cur tain raiser from Charles City 15 to 11 The first will play Cresco Friday night Womans Club Hears lowan Tell of Europe CHARLES CITY Jan Sara Riggs of Iowa State Teach ers college addressed the womans club on Impressions of Europe in 192S at a luncheon Tuesday noori Mrs Fred Sfear played two piano solos feature speaker Mlas Rlggs was Introduced to the club Mrs A H Witt president An East Side youth has decided on dentistry As a profession and is eady saving up old roit News Final Declamatory Contest of School Planned for Jan 29 CHARLES CSTT Jan final declamatory contest of the high school will bo held Tuesday evening Jan 29 Twelve students will take part which will Include the winners In the oratorical dramatic arid humor ous sections of the aeries just con cluded A total of 80 students com peted In the preliminary contests un der the direction of Rachel Whit field supervisor of the public speak inf department Tho final contest will be held In the Manual Arts building County Board Purchases Two Snow Plows for Floyc CHARLES CITY Jan Floyd county board of supervisor purchajaea two anow plows cosl ins 2400 with a cab costingJ40C to be attached to a 60 horea power Caterpillar tractor end another for to be used on a small patrol trac tor Floyd county previously did no own a snow plow and the highway commission had been taking care o the primary roads Elected as President CHARLES CITY Jan W E Voreuk was elected president of the Charles City Country club at a meet Iivg of the board of directors held Mon day evening R C Rolflns was elec ted vice president and A R Egger secretary The committees have not Leen appointed yet IOWAS BUTTON BUSINESS BIG State Ranks Second Place in Manufacture in United States WASHISGTON Jan 23 ranks second in the number of cstab Ishiuents engaged primarily in the manufacture of buttons and of button Blanks parLa and molds the depart ment of commerce announced today It made public a report onthe button Industry for 1927 which showed thai 14 of the 229 concerns reporting to It for 1927 were located in Iowa New York had 74 reporting concerns The report showed a decrease both in the value of the products of these concerns for 1927 as compared with 1925 the last preceding reporUng year and in the number of establish ments reporting For 1927 tlie establishments re ported products valued at a decrease of 10H per cent compared with for 1925 Sixty fewer concerns ronorteI than In 1925 Forty six went out of business prior to 1927 while moat of the rest were engaged in the button industry as of second ary Importance to another Industry Tho number of employes decreased from 11513 in 1925 to 9642 in 1927 U of I Professor Believes Supreme Court Handicapped IOWA CITY Jan cause virtually onethird the easts tried in lower courts are appealed for rehearsing the Iowa supreme court is working under a serious handicap ac cording to Prof Wayne G Cook of the University of Iowa college of lav Professor Cook believes congestion n tho supreme court can bo renic lled by abolishing oral argument on submission of position by filing Inten tion to petition for rehearsing within 15 days instead of 30 and by rehear ng only on a matter which the louur court overlooked or misconstrued More than one young couple has re Suced the family budget to two items tlie cost of running the car being the first and other expenses the second Transcript Bonding of Townships for Erection of Transmission Lines Is Plan of Senator DE9 MOTNBS Jan Bonding of townships to permit erec tion of electric transmission lines to serve rural communities is proposed by Senator Ralph U Thompson of Muscatlne Senator Thompson states he will in troduce a bill in the senate soon to permit townships to Issue the bonds and control lines and sale of current The plan he declares has been trleil successfully In other states Internal Health by Natures Own Methods If you arc sick inside you arc sick all over When the stomach fails to digest its food you are standing at the threshold of a scries of ailments that may end in a complete physical wreck Internal health means health through out the body Keep your stomach and otherdigcstive organs clean and vigor ous by giving them the natural stimu lation of the roots barks and herbs contained in Tanlac Taulac is wonderful for indigestion and pains nausea dizziness and headaches It brings back lost appetite helps you digest your food and gain strength and weight Tanlac is as free from harmful drugs as the water you drink It contains no mineral drugs it is made of roots barks and herbs natures own medi cines for the sick For over 10 years it has been recommended by druggists who have watched its marvelous re sults The cost is less than 2 cents a dose Get a bottteof Tanlacfrom your druggist and give it a thorough trial Your money back if doesnt help you Tanlac 52 MILLION BOTTLES USED Guarding Against CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY Jan W J Convery will entertain the members of tho Catholic choir tonight with a chicken dinner at the Norlm hotel This has been an annual custom with Dean Convery for a number ot years Mr and Mrs J W Miller adopted the latters nephey Harvey Albert Schneider aged 3A years whosa mother died shortly after his birth The childs father recently remarried and consented to tho adoption The B and B store has enlarged Its shoo department by changing a parti tion whicli will give then an extension of nine fnet Word hus been received from Phoen ix Ariz that lola Uhe Is slowly fail ing and that no hopes are held for her recovery from heart diseaseresulting from influenza Her mother and sister are at her bedside A G Herbrechtsmeyer has gone to California for an extended visit Tho Womens Guild of tho Episco pal church will meet this afternoon with Mis A E Mills Mrs Frank Nels entertained the Ncedlecraft circle Monday afternoon Tho Rev and Mrs William SchmUt of HazeKon visited nt tlio homo of Sir and Mrs William Blumensttel Charlotte Mngwlick gave a revlew of Tlie nridfte of San Luis Roy to Iho members of the Walnnye club I at their refill In r meeting Tuesday noon Fate of Vaughn in Murder Trial Nears Jury at Burlington BURLINGTON Jan 23 of John Vaueghn for the slaying of Max Shepler on Huron Island more lhan a year ago was expected to reach the Jury late today The dcfcnso planned to complete Its testimony by noon Indications were that the case of Jake Zlppe charged Jointly with VaucEhn with the crime would be tried next TratlfylnK yesterday Vaueghn con trailicted statements he was alleged to have mnrlc in a confession which tho state Introduced In the rial Denying a previous statement that fear of Shepler had prompted the crime VauoKhn ycatordny admitted Ihat Iho man Iiru never threatened him umij ths dty before the slaying FLU DAMON IGOU CO January Clearance Sale of BLANKETS Any cold can mean the flu the surest vray to avoid flu is to avoid colds To avoid coming down with a cold make prompt use of Bayer Aspirin Dont wait to see if that first sneeze or cough is going to be a cold Take Bayer Aspirin at the first sign of any cold and be safe And whatever you do dont neglect a sore throat these days gargle with Bayer Aspirin and remove the infection Guard against the flu by guarding against the colds that make you susceptible to the flu germs that lurk in crowded and poorly ventilated places Shop Tomorrow for Bed Blankets Every Pair Reduced SINGLE Part wool single bed blankets In pretty block plaid patterns Ends are bound with sateen Size 66x80 FANCY BLOCK PLAIDS Great big fancy block plaid double bed blan kets 66x80 in full assortment of color S1 S I f V COMPUTC FINANCIAL SERVICE Try This EASY WAY of Paying Your Taxes What makes taxes burdensome is having to pay a considerable lump sum at one time If you could pay a little at a time you wouldnt miss the money nearly so much Theres an easy way to get around the difficulty Budget your taxes estimate what theyll amount to and deposit a fraction of that amount each week or month in a Savings Account at this bank When the taxes fall due the money will be ready to pay them Open your Savings Account now Well contribute com pound interest to your tax fund FIRST NATIONAL BANK of MASON CITY Sank for BEACON BLANKETS FOR BATHROBES The remaining stock of Beacon Bathrobe blankets will be closed out at a price Conventional and fr nn floral patterns to choose from Price I eludes girdle STAPLE PLAIDS A good warm cotton blanket in pretty plaid patterns Size 66x80 Six colors to choose from Very special price AUTOMOBILE ROBES We are closing out our remaining stock of Auto Robes which consists of solid plaid and plaid with rf plain backs They are all wool and wool mix f ed fringed and very heavy A discount of INSTITUTION BLANKETS All wool single blankets in grey with black border A blanket that can be used as an extra covering or auto robe PART WOOL BLANKETS A heavy part wool blanket in blue or tan Use it now then keep it for next summers auto trip Beacon made All Wool Plaid Blankets now 19 49 All Wool Plaid Blankets now
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 155+ million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.