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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 23, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                EIGHT Irvingt ton Master Farmer Is IRViNGTON Jan 23Gcorgo Con Key Irvington township master farm er Is pictured In Uio February Issue of the Successful Farming maga zine along with the other 14 master farmers of Iowa Mr Godfrey la the author of Squibbs From a Fanners Notebook that appears in ful Farmlne every month I i Three Others Dead DAYTON Ohio Jan 23 persons were killed ajid a fourth prob ably fatally injured early today when an automobile was struck by a Big Four passenger train south ot here The dead are Effio Powers 21 Albeit Fugleman 25 and Charles Walker IS all of Day i Miss liuth Sotncrs IS received a fractured skull and llttlo hope is held for lier recovery FAMED ORCHESTRA TO APPEAR HERE MASON CITY GLOBEOAZETTE WEDNESDAY JAN fHE IDEAL FUEL FOR KEVL FUEL ECONOMY SPECIAL Blue Banner Lumpg Comes from the best Eastern Kentucky mines Every pound guaranteed f iFtJUITt Wolf Coal Co Phone DELIVERED W R Cothern M D and Chronic Diseases Piles curedry painless office methods without an operation Private Abmms and given incluihns Diathermy which will cure any case of uncoVnnli carted rheumatism Special attention given to diet in treated I have moved my office to 28Ji E STATE ST OVER LUNDBERGS Eteventh Year in Mason City Phone 1546 SHEPARD FARM LOANS AIR LAND OWNER Long Distance Ph No 284285 Hugh Shepard MASON CITY ttWA Rooms 501513 A Bide r Announcement Office Closed On Account of Fire show for a dance t ills winter at tho Hotel olp ljl n Bmttcst orelleslas America lms been It Ilas becn t enSent h b orl11 to Illy ftt Minneapolis auto am Clty fr one ot OFFICERS FIND BIG STILL IN OPERATION IN CITY JAILHOUSE FOLSOM La Jan 23 JP Many men go to Jail for making liquor but not the candid bootleg ger from Folsom La He went to Jail to make his Deputy sheriffs dropped Into tho city hoosegow here and found a still in full blast turning out aged In tin at a rapid rate Altho tha owner evidently was in Jail shortly before the deputies arrival he made his escape Officers explained that the Jail altho In the heart town is sel cTom used Corn Yield Contest Winners Are Announced at Service Club Banquet 1 A A n Keeler Announces Competition Will Be Held Next Year Temporary Quarters Will Be Announced in a Few Days LITERARY WORK OF TODAY SAID TO BE DRUNKEN Octave Thanet Says It Is In toxicated With Its Own Vanity DAVENPORT Jan 23 Modern I literature says Octave Thanet is an alleycat In the saddle Miss Thanet who outside the liter ary world is Miss Alice French of Davenjiort js perhaps Iowas best known author eral successful As the writer ot sev books she holds tho the literature today DR F G SHAKLEE CERRO GORDO HOTEL BLDG opinion that Is drunk It is intoxicated with its own van Ir with appreciation of chants which it doesnt understand sho con t nued Tl9 characters are not real I esh and blood are mere shadows passing on thescreen An amusing conglomeration of fancy and horror Miss French de scribes recent literary works The general impression Is that gropers along the literary way are rcal straining themselves to he horrid In delving into human nature Itll be the survival of the fittest to see if the present literature isnt tossed into the garbage where It be Mason City business and profession al men members of tho Klwanls Lions and Rotary clubs turned out by the scores Wednesday noon at a lunch eon at the Hanford to pay honor to prize winners and exhibitors in tho sixth annual Cerro Gordo corn contest which has been In session here Tues day and Wednesday at the Y Jr C A Harry Keeler of the Mason City Brick and Tile company sponsor the contest acted as toastmaster and innounced Die company will stage an other corn show In 1929 Previous to reading a list of the nrize wlnneiVJtr Keeler announced hat the 10 high men In the contest averaged St bushels of corn to the acre that the average for the exhib itors as a whole was HO bushels to the acre both of which were considered good compared to the state average of IS bushels to the acre He stated that the corn show is resulting In better yields and that each year more farm ers thruout the county are becoming interested In the contest Blizzard Interferes Because of the blizzard many farm ers were unable to be present one of whom was Tim Wagner who Is said to have missed attendance for Ihe first time since the show was held A new idea in codl Prelect yoa Inarrn your Green River Coal t prayed with rren color at the mine You know by the color when you are getting gnuino Green River Green Rioer idtl beat per dollar Barn praedcally Will not clinker Contaim than 5 h Green Rioer i mined lnta R glrr j t m Kentucky Specially handpicked to re move impuritie There ii no other coal like it anywhere Order Green Rioer NOW Look for the green color It protect you jint ub Gjeen River Coal i mined only by the Green Rwer Fuel Co Inc Mogg Ky SOLD BY CRYSTAL LAKE ICE FUEL CO IHOXE 213 If not procurable la yau elly urrlti Look for the GREEN COLOR Assessor in Boone Township Has Been in Office 25 Years CLARION Jan 23Wlat Is be lieved to h the record for length of service as a township assessor in this section ot Iowa is held by Chris Nel son Boone township He has Bervcd in that capacity for over a quarter ot a century Science now gives man an ago Pectatlon ot 71 years Thats no rea son why you shouldnt look at the traffic 1 inns before crossing the urnal Put on More Weight You Skinny Folks Tens of thousands of exceedingly have ut sood FORMAN SPEAKS L TV Forman of the experiment station fores at Ames gavc a talk on soils Ho has charge of all the exper imental plots in soils in GO counties in the state Ho spoke of the increased interest being shown in the work of the ex periment station Iast year there were delegations from 63 counties In tho state which visited tho experi mental plots at the state college Ho urged tho farmers present to send for Bulletin 221 which gives in detail an account of the work tlie cpl lego In carrying on over tho state Urges Thoro DrainuKC Speaking on the topic What is a lermanent System of Soil Bulldins He laid down as the first requisite thoro drainage surplus water must be re moved nnd air must penetrate the soil Then there must be a supply OC or uilc matter so that tho soil may jue n good physical condition Lack of It Is shown by the soil running to gether Manure will supply this de ficlency but few farms have enough Green crops turned under arrrt plants like the clovers that have Hnn root systems will help bnt bncierin nave nlr so that drainage is rc quiredin order to get the best re sults Use Commercial Fertilizer Soils must have nitrogen A leach ingmanure pile Is an expensive leak on the farm Clovers will supply some nitrogen but not enough Is grown on mostfarms Where not enough Is grown a commercial fertilizer must be used for best results Phosphorus is an element that Is lacking in many of the soils Experi ments show that 80 per cent of the soils In aro more or less acid To correct this condition lime must be used There is no danger of nsln too nmoli lime here It is a question o whether it ii needed or not He recom mended that limestone be fine ground if it could be obtained Peat soils and alkali spots too much lime naturally Take Deep Samples Samples of soil should be taken a deep as the plow goes In order to d termlno how milch lime to apply Th amount may vary from one ton t three tons an acre The waste llm rom the beet sugar plant is all rlgh ut It w hard to spread flnelv sal he speaker Ho recommended the use of phos Phate on corn crops but called atten IroppInT IIHMI lreatment ot soils and spots he recommended that armbers send for Bulletin ill which gives advice no such soils Following addresses of the after noon 5o in prizes were scheduled for distnbutlon in tho lobby of the h i S the winners Jong llst were F A Gull Gilmes township flrst with an yield of 9628 bushels to the a total of 535 and the silver mgcup Axel Anderson Mason town ship second In county with an aver yield of 8731 bushels to tl In prlza money Georg Grant township third wi Ui in the county nice a the thlS n tho Jowa State colli mental department They incuded L CHe Letts Would Bring Elevators Bill if Hoover Calls Session WASHINGTON Jan 23 a special session of congress Is tailed Jtep D Letts republican of Iowa Plans to relntroduco his bill to McCoy takes all the riskRead this ironclad guarantee If after taking 4 sixty cent boxes of McCoys Tablets or One Dollar boxes any thin under sht man or woman doesnt gain at i frda anti feel completely f lVith tho marked mprove returned hcalthJOUr will be Just ask for McCoys Tablets at drug store In America He said water transportation should HAVE COLOR IN CHEEKS SM fs palldtonsue coatedappetlle you have a bad taste In your should take Olive Tablets Dr Edwards Olive Tabletsasub stitute for calomelwere prepared by n fdwar1a afer 20 years of study Olive Tablets are a purely vegetable compound mixed with olive oil Know them by their olive color To have a clear pink skin bright s a feeling of buoyancy days you must get at the cause Tablets act on the liver and bowels like nave no dangerous after effect 1art lhe hlle and overcome const pat on Talto nightly and note the pleasing results Millions ot boxes sold yearly I5c 30c COc All Drue gists TO END SKIN TORTURE USE INVISIBLE ZEMO tic lltjuid the relieves clears the shin Gen erally It removes every traco of Ecze vo co o cze And because It Is such an cffec antiseptic it prevents dandruff prevens andruff Keep invisible odorless Kemo alway SleepSleep otate Legionnaire Editor to Talk at Rudd Post Program Jan H D cs Ijost of the American Lesion metarA Planned a Legion program to be pre Jan 3dd hOUS Frank Miles DCS Molnes editor of the Iowa Leglonafre will give the ad dress of the evening The Legion auxiliary club of Mason City will also take part In the Program along with local talent Premier Doesnt Want to Die Just to Please Some of His Opponents MADRID Jan 23 Miguel div Rlvcra frcmler of Spain to b l frtm attack of grippe He hs been 111 for throe weeks Tho pro mirr sild did not wish to die Just now bocatiso many aro expecting It ind a few are wishing it I do not want to satisfy these latter A E U41 First direct southwest underwent a minor oper ation at the Mercy hospital Tuesday morning Mrs Jscls Ellstrand 331 Sixth street southwest underwent a major opera tion at the Story hospital Tuesday Wonl IMS been received hero of fie birth of a boy Jan 6 to Mr and Mrs C B Bailey Kurlock Cal Tho Baileys were former residents SECRETARY OF GOV JOHNSTON BROT IN CASE Trace Payment of Money to Aid in Stopping Investigation OKLAHOMA CITY Jan 23 Investigations Involving the name ot Mrs O O Hammonds confidential secretary to Henry S Johnston sus pended governor the state highway department other branches atate government and elusive rumors re garding said to haveplayed a part in the abrupt dispersal last winter of attempted Impeachment ac tivities today were rivals for the in qulsitorial spotlight of the twelfth Ok lahonia legislature Consideration of additional Impeach ment charges against Governor John stou by tho house of representatives also was a possibility as the voting of a sixth charge shortly before ad journment lato yesterday cleared the path for discussion of another of the four remaining charges placed before the house by itg investigating commit tee and awaiting action The sixth article of Impeachment adopted by the house charged the il legal employment of Governor John ston of KIrby Fitzpatrtck formerly oC Ardmore as special attorney for the state banking department Jfame Appears Frequently The name of Mrs Hammonds ap peared frequently witnesses before both the house and the senate investi gating committees relating stories purporting to deal with her activities B Graham former auditor for the state highway department first mentioned Mrs Hammonds to the sen ate Investigating committee irlilch Is seeekins foundation for the rumors end reports ot corruption in connec tion with last winters impeachment attempt He related that she at one time hook her fist In the governors face nd commanded him to he quiet Graham testified tha Incident DEBT BOARD AID Tlioinas Nelson Icrkins otnns fon who is expected lo serve as alternate for Owen D Young at the coming reparations confer ence iti Paris ASA KEYES MAY TAKE STAND TO DEFEND HIMSELF Charges Dismissed Against 3 of BriberyConspiracy Defendants LOS ANGELES Jan 23 lmix the briberyconspiracy trial C former District Attorney Asa Keyea ind txvo other defendants was looked or here today after it had been an n nounced that ICeyos would testify tii en oc urred during a conference In the of tlce of J R Armstrong political ad viser or the governor and uncle ot Mrs Hammonds L K Ford K Ford mechanical en imeer testifying before the house in estlgatlng committee declared he saw an enveloi9 containing money ils own defense Defense srmneys nnounced hist night that this move vould be niado unless last minute de velopments alter tliclr plans state rested its case yesterday Vvlth tho dismissal of charges against thres ot the six original de fendants Charles Rehner Dave Getz off alleged fixer and Ed Rosenberg formerly a defendant In tho Julian Petroleum corporation fraud case to face tho verdict ot tho Jury Tho dismissals were based as a de fense contention that there had been insufficient evidence to convict the three Unless our plans are changed nt 4 INQUIRIES OF BUS AND TRAIN WRECK STARTED 17 of 32 Passengers Die as Interurban Hits Auto BELLEVUE Ohio Jan 23 Four Investigations have been started to determine responsibility for the crash yesterday when a lake shore electric train struck a Grey hound lines bus killing 17 of the 32 passengers and Injuring the others Of the Injured four lay In hospital eo critically hurt that they may die The investigations begaa with ac tion by Dr C L Bell Ilurno county coroner assisted by Edward Martin county prosecutor County officials pointed out that seemingly the bus driver and the motorman of the Interurban had ob served the usual safety precautions A blinding snow storm was streaking across the northern part ot the state at the time tlie wreck Stopped at Crossinc Edward Butler Cleveland driver of the bus who Is in a hospital with severe culs said lie stopped the bus at the crossing looked in both directions for approaching trains nnd then pro ceeded when the way appeared clear He wiped the snow from his wind shield before walking to the crossing he said The Interurban motorman Fred Schuyler said he blew two whistles threw on his emergency brakes ant reversed the current when he saw the bus on the crossing Schuyler es caped Injury by running into tho pas senger compartment of the car jusL before the crisli None of his pas sengers was hurt beyond minor bralfcs and shock Otlier investigations were in prog ress by the Greyhound Lines from the the aid ot her purported influ ence with the administration Claim Banlicr Paid Expenses Tom Klght antiadministration eader of the house and one ot the ae ive participants in the ID27 session that ho had heard that 525000 fel by J JMcGraw late banker former national lean commltteeman for or ensea ot tho session This fund was diverted to a move lent to end tho session Kight said e understood because McGraw was nformed tho state gross production on oil would be suspended it the mpeachment move was thwarted oniff contractor who had onstructed state highways wig iLby RU candidate fw the Oklahoma county Ic committee as saying after 10 session had adjourned abruptly he had collected money from vai for Jc Woman Rebuked Governor Grahams testimony dealt with a onterence which le said was held in rmstrongs office on Henrys eandY acy He Eaid Mrs Hammonds re uked the governor angrily toe sup ortlng Henrys candidacy which she Bleated was opposed by a group of en In a adjoining room She was noted asasserting that this group id saved Johnston from Impeach ent at the attempted session When the governor said he would pport Henry Graham declared Jumped up shook er ist In lua he dared make such a statement ien he knew that men who had ved him from mpeachment were i n adjoining room Angeles prosecutor Keyes will take tho stand first Preparations were made to handle nn eager crowd which was expected to storm the superior court room in an effort to ect a SlimpEo the former prosecutor to day Jacob Herman tho bright young man of the Julian case who turned state s evldonco against Keyes ha testified that ho paid Ben Getzotf SIO 000 with tha understanding that it was to bo pnltl to Keyes to prevent a conviction Herman also has testi fied that Ed Rosenberg paid 5125000 to get his case fixed with Keyes thru Getzoff BANDIT HEIR TO BIG ESTATE Californian Held in Robbery Case Will Get ui iivuiiu iruin tliO Toledo office of liie company and by the Lalte Shore Electric railway under Harry ninimclsnacli claim agent 7ihmclspach called a hvurlnj at hin office in Sandusky Ohio today and summoned fjehuyler and Fred Thin man conductor oC the train to test fy Threw rtus 50 Feet Tlie DO ton car traveling at n speed variously estimated at from oO to 5 0 miles an hour struck he bus In tlie middle knifing the top from din body and flinging it 30 feet down the road way The electric car hurtled the chassis and rammed into a ditch lighting atop the splintered wreckage with two passengers pinned beneath the trades and the otltcis trapped in their seats TCtmmeLsjjacli for the iri crurbiiri company said Scluiyleihad slowed his car ns he approached the Schuyler saw the bus stop several feet back from the crossing he said Trltil to Stop He slowed down as ho in approaching a creasing but since lio saw the bus continue at rest he concluded It was waiting for him to pass and consequently kept on Schuyler said lio tliot the bus driver saw him com Ing Then the 1ms started up when llic intemrban car was not more than 100 or Jsn feet from the crossing Cars usually pass that crossing at a speed of from 43 to So miles in hour When Schuyler sawthe bus start up he applied his brakes blew two whistles and threw he car into re verse blowing several fuses But no car weighting 50 tons could have been stopped in that spare DOlT STAY FAT IN THESE DAYS Yon see countless people who have pined new beauty new health and vim f two alleged fighting excess fat Some have done hold in jail tiere in by exercise and diet some mds each is heir to lnia scientific way Why not Evangelical Sunday School Election Is Held at Rudd Church LOS AXGKUIS Jan 23 today said tliat Klvin U Giiiingor 1U one of ling party bandits j default of 520000 bonds each is heir to an estate valued at nearly cir example Grainger and Cllnn Abbott 0 both js a way based on scientific re ncpC he UU Mrs Harriet A Wlllard owner of an duce you to accept them oil field south or Sama Paul Cal hoj Each box of Marmola conlains the quoaihcd 1 nephew a share J formula also the reasons for results or tlie estate lo be held in trust uuiil ho reaches the age of 30 and that he has an income from it ot IOO to S600 month is ass and officers which resulted follows The Uev B perlntendent Simon Sluter Br isU ant unerintendem Mrs wiiU or superintended Sauter birthday treasurer Tc den Perint n dent ijjpno rDentol pianist Helen bhugar assistant panlst program committee Mrs Anna was the om here Surprise at Plymouth PLYMOUTH Jan 23Tho F W D club sounded thebugle Monday night and about 50 members conre gated and Journeyed to th0 eonmry homo of Mr nnd Mrs Ralph Stevens and cave them a farewell surprise Mr and Mrs Stevens and family will move soon to a farm at Men tczuma Years Old Marries SANTA FB Jan McKInney 06 stepped to the altar hero yesterday and took as liis brldo Miss Mary Peren of Santa Fe who re cently celebrated her ninetieth birth day there is no reason to for harm You mil know that all the good results come in a natural way Go learn them now by asking your druggist for a ft box of Marmola IesKiic Selects Montreal MIAMI BEACH Fla Jan 23 Montreal was named for the meeting of the commercial law league at the session of the executive com mittee oC the league here yesterday The meeting will held In July allfoimsofPilcsM back guarantee ar directions in each age Tube wfth nili 75cTin box Rough red hands So unnecessary DISHES have to be washed of course But dishwater that is hard is cruel to hands The hardness mixes with the soap and forms a ring of grease and dirt Then the grease nnd dirt go on your hinds Rough red hands So unnecessaryl Soft water wont treat your liandi that way You can soften water adding MeJo Jt is a remarkable rlcincr with or without soap Scum goes The suds come How clean they make the dishes How kind the soft water is to jour hands Get a can of iMclo todiiy at your grocers WATER SOFTFNRD WITH MELO IS A REMARKABLE CLEANER Jo cents THE HYGIENIC PRODUCTS CO Canton Ohio Menujertiinri 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