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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 4, 1929, Mason City, Iowa jrotm MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE MONDAY FEB 4 1929 CABINET POSSIBILITIES CHAPMAN GREAT Among hose prominently men tioned as memlwrs of President elect Hoovers cabinet is Dwiglit Morrow present ambassador to Mexico REEDER DIES AT MOTHERS HOME Born in 1906 Was Manager of Woodruffs Shoe Store Box Joseph Seeder ase 23 died at the homo ot his mother Mrs G D Palmer 21714 North Federal avenue Monday morning after an illness of about a month Mr Heeder was born in Mason City Dec 10 1006 He attended school here but was forced to leave high school bei cause of illness about 6 months bo foro ho was to have been graduated He was manager ot tho Woodruff shoe utorB before the store sold out Besides his mother ha had a sister Miss Zilda HccScr Cnrvallis Ore and I a brother Harry also of Carvallls The body lies In state at tho Eonner funeral home but no arrangements lor tho funeral have been made Mason City Baking Company Wins Trophy The Mason City Baking company is the recipient a telegram Saturday from the otflce of tho Quality Bakers ot America national cooperative orj ganlzatlon oE Independent wholesale bakers ot which tho Mason City Bak ing company is a member announc ing tho local company as tlrst prlzo lor January in a bread con test jlA beautiful silver cup was also received and will remain in the firms possession thruout February Every month during tho year each member of tMs association sends In a of bread from an ordinary clays bake and it is Judged by the Quality Bakers j in New York There are 00 members of tills organization thruout the United States and to win tho cup this month required a score of 991 per cent for XMamond bread The Mason City Eaklner company Is the only Baking company from Mason City that a member of this group Tho sliver trophy wlH be on display in the Palais Royal window for a few days iViturc sale I Rule to Address Des Moines Group on Lincoln Feb 12 i Attorney Arthur L Rule has ac cept an invitation the Polk county republican central committee to be the chief speaker for the Lincoln day din ner to be served at 6 p m Feb 12 at tho Grant club at Des Moines Mr Rule will glvo an historical sketch ot Abraham Lincoln and hla period The dinner will be attended by republlhan officialdom and tho leg islative group and other Interested re publicans Mrs Georga Himca co chairman will preside The Mason City attorney lias a wide reputation as a student ot Abraham Lincoln and owis several hundrec volumes of biographical ad other works on the martyr president Piper Read at Mitchell MITCHELL Feb W P Bennett who is living In California this winter prepared paper on visit to ths Huntington estate nf Pasadena The paper was read before the Unity club Friday evening at ths home ot Mrs Lydla Tesch Are You Run Down Weak Nervous To have plenty of firm flesh an the ability to do a big days worl and feel like a twoyear old at night you must cat three good mealg a day relish your food and properly digea It If you cant cat cant sleep can work just take a tcaspoonful of Tan lac before meals Mr Ray Rosgensack of 2021 Whit St Dubuque la anys I enjoy 100 srood health slnco taking Tanlac Now I eat ravenously as if I never had bad stomach trouble anil havent had an attack ot dizziness or nervousness In I dont know when All day I fei tine Tanlac Is wonderful for indlgestlo and pains nause Jfzzlness and headaches It brings back lost appetite helps you dlges your food and gain strength nn Beight It contains no mineral drills It Is made of roots barks and herbs natures own medlcinea for tho slclt Ths cost IB less than 2 cents a dose Bet a bottle from your druggist Your money back It it doesnt liclp Tanlac LAMP CLEARANCE 100 Lamps to Clear This is Our Annual February We Have Planned to Give Mason City and North Iowa the Greatest Values in Our History Sale Opens Tuesday Morning Save Use Your Credit Lowest Prices in Years Payments As Usual during this sale You may buy on our low payment small down payment bal ance weekly or monthly No extra charge for goods sold OR payments It Will Pay You to Come Many Miles to this sale We have planned to give the greatest bargains in our history Goods held free for future delivery Motor truck deliv ery or paid freight COXSWELL CHAIR Covered in Mohair Loose cushion sturdy construction Here Are a Few of the Sensational Bargains That Await You Phone 200 For Evening Appointment Gas Stoves Worth up to Semi White Porcelain now Pullup Chairs Freize Backs v Mohair Seats Well Made and Good Looking Foot Stools Radio Cah and Bench Exa ctly as S ho Choice of Colors Save on Dining Room Suites 8Pc Tudor Design Dining Suite A dandy suite of good quality Consists of large room buf fet oblong table one host and 5 strata chairs 8Pc Beautiful PESAIj Dining Suite This suite is one of our outstanding bargains Buffet and table of the popular pedestal type 6 chairs Suites 2Pc High Grade Jac Velour Suite Davenport and Fireside Chair Reverse Cushions Guaran teed sturdy construction 2Pc High Grade Mohair Suite Davenport and Fireside Chair Reverse Cushions and neV style Serpentine front Coxswell Chair Upholstered in linen frieze and mohair loose cushion and sturdy construction Lowest Prices an Bed Room Suites 3Pc Attractive Bedroom Suite This suite is very cleverly designed in walnut finish Con OttOJTian tO sists of bed lal2e roomy chest of drawers and dresser Odd Mohair Chairs Out of suites that have had other pieces sold away from Off Regular Price Odd Bed Room Pieces CHEST OF DRAWERS j WOOD BEDS Reg S53950 Q JReg up to 4D tflj Now S ow some VANITY DRESSERS j Worth up to 7C Now Day Bed Walnut Finish Windsor style metal tiay Beds complete with pad and colorful cover Opens to a full size bed An ex cellent bargain Baby Beds i Large Size High Chairs These Are Sample Beds and are Slightly Shop Worn SPECIAL PRICE Y Now is the Time to Buy Rugs For Any Room 1921 FIRST ST S E MASON CITY 9x12 WORSTED WILTON HER ATI RUGS Only a Early Worth J150 83x306 AXM1NSTERS AND VELVETS Seamless
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