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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 6, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CllY GLOBEGAZETTE WEDNESDAY FEB 6 29 A Syndicate Newspaper Office Cast State Street Telephone Numbers 27 28 and 29 WILL F W EARL HALLManaging Editor LBB P LOOMISBusiness Manager UtittltO CO REPUBLICAN Established ISfit Weekly GlobeEatabllsbed May SS2 Dally Globe Established October 18UO The Mason City Times Founded in 1870 MAKING FARM LIFE ATTRACTIVE F THBRBare Indications of a back to the farm move ment it is probably because something has happened which Is making tlto farm more attractive Probably the radio Is having much to So with changing the minds many people about farm life Farmers are not a bit vm UUo other human beings They want to keep in touch with Jife and affairs Telephones roads radios news apcrs delivered three things arc bound to re sult in a general turn of favor toward the farm lulled Every Week Day Afternoon by MASON CITY GLOBEUAZETTE COMPANS MEMBEK OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Associated Press exclusively emitted to the us for publication ot all diepatcbw credited to it or not otherwise credited In paper and also all local news published herein Official 1rper In ttie City and County SUBSCRIPTION KATES In City and Clear Lake ptr yearfTOO Daily per neck Outside ot Mason City and Clear Lake Dally per year by carrier J700 Dally per week by carrier15 Daily per year by mall 6 months 3 months J1Z5 1 monthjSO Outside 100 mile zone dally per year 600 6 months 3 months J17B Advertising Rates on Application Entered at tfie Poatofflce at Mason City Iowa an Second Class Matter A maximum wage tor a minimum amount of work i3 nore attractive lo moat persona tliait any minimum gc law Mrs Catt in her talk about tlie fallacy bt the de fense theory ought to tell it to the navyless Cliincsc THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY What maintains one vice would brine up two chil FRANKUN WE SHOULDNT BOAST TOO MUCH is undoubtedly the greatest country on the faco of the earth in most things particularly ma al things No American need to assume an apologetic Attitude when discussing his country And just as de cidcdly ive should not become too cocky for there arc some elements in tho situation that do not give basis lor boasting Glran Frank brilliant head of the University of Wis consin called iitlenllon to ono of these the other day when ho was presenting an analysts tho allocation of Nobel in the physical science from tlieir estab lishment dmvn to 192S He pointed out theso facts Denmark with 3000000 inhabitants has received 1 ot those awards Sweden willi C000000 inhabitants has received 6 Holland with 7000000 inhabitants has received 6 England with So000000 inhabitants has received 12 Franco with 40000000 Inhabitants has received 11 Germany with 60000000 inhabitants has received 23 United States with Sts 120000000 inhabitants and Us lavishly equipped laboratories has received only 5 Nobel awards In the physical sciences In all candor that isnt a nattering showing for this country At least it should make us pause and ponder on the question of whether we are not placing too much emphasis on the side moneygetting as opposed to de veloping the intellectual and spiritual phases ot our national lite FROM DARKNESS TO LIGHT K A biagraphy of Cavour Italian patriot one reads these In the ebb and flow ot the seasons there when wo say yesterday was Tna nave Been lone lilMrtiljIISirttn nlniniKiVnhnpril fnr but we recog L Vt liimoAliiteiy At a given moment we are surprised a new feel in the air to see buds peep lorth on g and tree to find a new strange exaltation In the Irt When wo looked last the fields were stubble now verdure is creeping across them Nature which r many months has seemed utterly absorbed by death now pours life and more life into every nerve and fiber the visible world History too has its equinoctials And so in the patient Btiusse on tho part ot a few to make an improved world there seems for long periods to be little progress Looking at the world today see the persisting evils of the long centuries that have passed Iiut we hope and our reasons tellSjiis that there will come a day when we can say was today is spring WHEN IT HAD A CLEAR CHANCE IN THE last presidential campaign the Chicago Tiib une cast its lot with the republican party despite tlie fact that a principal issue In the campaign was prolii billon and the republican nominee was unequivocally on the side retaining prohibition as an organic law Now almost every day this newspaper gives space on the editorial page to an editorial attacking prohibition in all its phases and sprinkled thru tlie paper Is news item after news violation of tho most elemented ethics ot which tho writer becomes an adherent ot the wet cause It prohibition is the transcendant issue oC the day us the JTribuno insists every day it prints a newspaper its managers wore guilty of bad faith in siding with the dry party as recently as four or five months ago Wed like to see the Tribunes answer to this charge Stop a minute anil think about this fact You can ask our information bureau uny question if Htct and get ilie nimver bnck in a persona letter It is a great ecliKnttoiiiil idea introduced intii the lives of tlie most intelligent iiciiple in tho world American newspaper readers It is a iinrt of Hint best piinmse of a news paper service There is no charge except 2 cents In coin or sfanins for return posture Get tho tnibit uf asking questions Address ynur letter to the Globe Gazette Information Bureau Frederic 3 Haslcin Direc tor Washington C Q How long have airplanes been flying across Hie Salinrn desert V P A They were crossing as early as 1016 How many Trunibulls hove been governors of CumiectiLUt J I M A There have been three Joseph of Hartford serv lug ono year 1S4050 Jonathan of Lebanon who served from 17M to 17S4 and from 1787 to 1809 and the present governor John II of Plalnvllle who has already served two terms Connecticut has also had in the governors ehair two Wintlirops two Wolcolts two Loundsberrys and two Baldwins How mucti of a current of electricity does It tiilio o kill a iiersou R O A Tlie degree of of an individual to tho tiasKicgo of a current of electricity is subject to consider able amount of variation 1C the skin is dry tho resia anco is from five to 20 times as great as when It is wet t is probable that 3600 volts of electromotive force of a ontimious current arc sufficient to cause death and altev aUug current half ot this voltage would probably prove atal Experiments at Sing Sing have resulted In the onclusioit that no human body can withstand an alter nating current ot 1500 volts and that 300 has produced death while for the continuous current it may bo necei ary that as nuiLli as 3000 voHs are required to bring ibout fatal results Q Whv is Turkey called the Ottoman empire jr s A Tlie word Ottoman Is from the Turkish Ottoman ounder of tho Turkish empire in Asia He reigned from 2SS to 1326 Q Is it better o have an alto or tenor saxo phone K N A Hotli are fine instruments but there are more de nands for musicians with alto instruments since small orchestras use the alto 0 In what year did tile SOUR Everybody Works But Father become popular it F A It was one of tlie song hits of 1905 Q Is the guillotine still in use in France f D L A It is still the mode of capital punishment in Prance Q How many places in the United States Have populations of 2500 or more A O W A The last census showed 2787 such towns a What do the four Hs stand for in 4H clubs E F A They represent Head HandsiHeart and Health Ql Why will water not rise over 3Z Sett in vacuum R J U Recauso the pressure oC the atmosphere is not suf i I Senator Capper Foresees United States Dictators Mussolini Has Given Italy Some Advertising Stewart Points Out Not Freedom But ItWorks Uy CHAItLtiS P STKXVAKT A S 11 J N G T O X 1elx G II o about n dictator of the Unilna An A in o r lean is sug gested Ireilicled hi fact Uy iij c r a y prophet cither ribc fore caster IB na roll able a public man fis Senator Arthur Clipper of Kniisas Senator Capper previslons a day when congress ho abolished when uur government will o run by the president and a board of directors gin to sense U in this country ITALYS is tho bnuL advertised ot Un 1 new dictatorships Maybe Bonito Mussolini Is the ablest of lite dictators Every steamship into New YorV a cublntuj of returning1 Amen can tourists overflowing with storioi of ihn wonders ot Italian government a efficiency under Mussolbji It may not be freotlom They ad init thru Hut oh how It works Trains on the touristi tei us Hotels up to enuEJ Factories humming Crime suppressed A happy contented else they go to jiil Ant IhcsB tourists h any chance planting hack homs h the seeds nt Mussoliniism In America It would appear that Senator Cap per believes so Looking fur ahead to the distant LINCOLN MEMORIAL 1 Capper says so in ihc Siime as Slaml future io says I foresee our ilern ii Oil writing signed craiiu form of government functioning with tlio direct effectiveness of a dlr titorship minus tho tryanny THE thot is not exactly original with Senator Cupper at thiit i PAR ahead Distant future j Sumo such inchoate idea has been r How far Why necessarily w jafloat n Lhe atmosphere for quita a responsible statesmen while lilio already making such pre The senator simply grabbed it out dictions f the uir and put it in words j i decided to aalr AUNT sAfArt PEABODY FCHLOWED DP A TRAIL OF SMOKE TbDAY ANp CAPTURED TWO HO P0U8T KNOW ABOUT 7HH CAN 1C0 D1SAPPEAREP FROM THE SAPPER Uow Io any was his tlie scnli existed before he expressed it boforc is hard uiKineHtionahly is to balance a column of water of great height fractions of days are fiLicnt J How many days and Ifiere in a year K IJ A There aro 3G5 days R hours 9 minutes and 9G seconds in a year This Is adjusted by the intercalary day every four years Tile very slight difference still remain ing is taken up by hating only those years as Leap Years which is In even century years may be divided by 400 inptend of four Q Who invcplec the zipper AV F K A The bookless fastener was invented by Wliitcomb L Judson in 1S3 1 In what country is tlio most caiuly consumed S G A United States Without considering homemade candy the consumption of candy in this country fs almost 12 pounds a year to the person Q Iletise give n pcrsoiml description of President Elect Hoover W S A Herbert Hoovers eyes are gray His hair was brown but is now turning gray His height is 5 feet 11 Indies and his weight is approximately ISO pounds 0 Where vas the Rrcatcst cavalry battle of tlie Civil van fouprlit N U A The greatest buttle fought exclusively by cavalry was tho battle ot Trevlltans 7une 11 and 12 1864 it was ought between Gordonsvllle anrl Louisa court housj men were engaged Confederate troops were victorious Your BROADWAY And Mine By Walter Winehcll Peters Adventures I A Dally Bedtime Story By MRS FLORENCE SMITH VINCENT TROUBLE AHEAD FOR RED SQUIRREL DEAR oh dear I never thot about my babies VS telltale eyes declared Mrs Grouse in distress Now I shall never feel that they are safe again And I thot that I had taught those youngsters ot mine to hide hemselves so cleverly So they do Their suits are just the shade oC the leaves the trunks and tho voots and unless one was as mail as I am I do not believe they would ever guess their hiding places Peter tried to calm Mother Grouses fears am not much taller than you are Mrs Grouse and EO the ground is not far away from me and besides you must remember that Ued Squirrel gave me tho Wat I do remember and a mean trick it was scolded MotHor Grouse 1 trtmll eot even him oneot tVies fine flays justsce It J dont Walt until that has stored away a few of liis choice nuts I will spy upon his hiding place and eat them all up while ho is out gathering more There Is nothing that will make hint angrier lied Squirrel thinks more of hla stomach and the good things that he can find to stufC it with than of anythingelse in tlio world I am glad you think that there is not much danger of the great TwoLegs finding the babies boy That does comfort ma a little nllho I shall never feel ouJte so sure or their safety as I have However there Is no use in trouble Not a bit In the world said the boy Dont think about misfortune and it will probably never cometo you JBut you havent an swered a question 1 asked you n long time ago Do you trust me now Yes answered Mother Grouse slowly Maybe 1 ought not to but I do Tho hoy was about to say some thing when Mother Grouso held up her elaw for silence Ssh said she L promised you that you should bee iny babies and I will keep my word But you must remain Diet and Health By Loin Unnt M D Address Inquiries to Ui csie GlobeGazette and rnclate selfaddreiwd envelope Sign your name evidence ol good faith Send 10 cents in COLD U yon wub Reducing ud Gaining Pamphlet Ing Finally thru Henator Capper it voiced llKclf Tl IK opinion that democracy has fatlid trnlnlnly Is widespread Kirs I Italy riustcil under Ihc sway a dictator Tiion Spain Then Tur Also Poland and M unwary more lor loss Very JugoSavla j The other clay ns noteworthy a Briton 1 IH Tonl Unihcrmere prayed heaven for an Knpliijh Mussolini A dietiitor gov ernments cradle Is it a worldwide complex 1C so should we not naturally be the senator Then I decided to ask senator Capper some other Senator evidently can con I ship j anny of minus M ator sen who sees tyr nnny ns an inevit able concomitant of any dictatorship It Doomed to me that that Kind ot n sen ator would bo likely to answer my ques tions more vigorously 1 found olio uid got an earful Tn morrow Ill what I heard ARTHUR CAPFTO OTHER EDITORS CALLOUSES ON FEET RE AD THIS RS TCalloua spots en tho bottom of Urn feet indi cato that there 13 a degree ot falling ot the anterior arch the one acrosstho so that the sole of the toot gets too much pressure You may have to wear an arch support and talce special exercises of the feet to remedy AND 8iiirCnnrier Ktlward Al this and ot course fitting shoes wear correctly t LULU HUNT PETERS M 1xrt the Prince of Wales has seen something oC England us it fs Alone llelcls and saw with his own eyes the slnrk realities of penury Jn tho mining districts With dark clouds overhead and slush underfoot tho heir to the throne of Groat Britain walked from house to houso Inquiring as to food and living Meanwhile the callous spots will I conditions lie visited New Held nnO have to be pared off just as if they Ielton and Durham Everywhere he corns Sometimes they wUllgaw povertyand privation There was develop corns It would be bolter line anxVous spectacle ot thousands o K you could go to a cblropodlBl toriIdle men mino who have this but It you cant there nrelsolO their overcoats for food of hut safety corn razors that you can get I willi a food reserve ot but a pouni that are very good 1C you will Sterling and oC children without shoe moisten tho callous or corn with a solution of t per cent sodium hydrox ide and water with a bit of cotton and whflo paring repeat tho moisten inc it Is more easily accomplished If you should accidentally cut your self do not tovo any tags of 1 KnKlIsI minors touch the spots with Iodine and cover r 0 Or nestinv for all his with a bit of cotton and vaseline or himsclc do iitUo to alle rold cream Hold on by a piece of 1 suffcrillff of the adhesive tape I miners rind iron workers Many have SI5000 FOR WHAT Dnily Icmiiu Iowa Tli lowi and proper clothing No doubt tho prince was dccpt touched by what he hod seen oC th brnvory anrl jjalicnco oC UHSO poo le Jlcturning to Newcastle aftet several dava oC closeobservation tht peop The following nro some simple ex not wen tho sluifls for three years They IILVC existed thru tho dole de termination thru occasional gen of ercisesthat strengthen the feet You will liavo to keep them up for five or ten minutes a day for four or five months before you will notice any results ciosity Machinery and tho nse Picking up marbles pencils or other small objects with other fuels have thrown countless the toes walking on the outer rims of the feet toeing In Diners and ironmongers out of work rising on tho toes tho groundGripping exercise standing omy remedy for tho hHnation is with the feet straight ahead and attempting to draw the thoseworkmen will have to ful toea in toward the heels at tlio same time turning other pursuits toes inward M It wns characteristic ot the rrlnce of lo wade thru uusiBiiiires of coal dust tor ciaya to visualize Ihe conditions of his people just as it is characteristic uf tho miners to accept souate put its foot down on a proposed appropriation lo snnd an delegation to Hoovers iimiiKuraUai This action has doubtless brot cri isni fiotu many ivho that It iiowa a lack oE Iciwa patriotism ami hut Iowa should no efforts tc velcoino her first native son into vhlto house Iowa already has demonslvated ntr support oC Mr Hoover ami hor priile n him as a nativeson HendlnK a JeV to or tho Inaug uration seems to be nothing more than an extravacant prandsland Resture In the huKo inauguration crowd and in a ceremony whichlasts only a very fciv minutes a delegate from Jo wit would be liltle more tliun n passing dot on tho landscape And bar pass tint would cost Iowa When thR proposed bill Is rrrtucflil To Us lowest terms it PPOKIS tluit about lie only benefit wutrM he tie IviiJ from this exprndiluro wounl in that it would furnish a very enjoy ibln trip to Ihfi incmbrrs of tho cation Doubtlcss Tiirrnhors of a brunt vonM thoroly n pi ft trom tlio Iowa taxpayer that would sonil horn all expenses pnirT to Wasbin on But wnuld the benefit to the stale n cent1 nil bo worth Tho Daily loivin hn Is to be ronsralulfitcil In refiiH 112 to hn lid over of Jnwiis money for tUfa short KranrJsfarui ap n HE ISNT A MUSSOLINI FUf the aecond time within six months there hag bccti an abortive attempt to overthrow the Spanish dic tatorship TWs last coup was led by a former prime min ister now In exile Baited by fake correspondence he was led to believe that ths army was ready to rise ngainst Prlmo Je Rivera He stepped over the border into a trap and his carefullylaid plot covering all Spain ended In nothlnsr Spain made a failure of democratic government Ap rarcntly it IB also unable to make a success of dictator ehtp Contrast the continuance of unrest and revolt In Spain with the utter control exercised in Italy by Musso lini Rivera has not the grasp of a Mussolini perhaps Spain is not ao easily cowed DARK HORSES KXOX POLK of Tennessee wag the first dark win a great prize In American political his tory lie was not an outstandingcandidate when he was nominated by the democratic party for the presidency Dark horses sometimes come Into first place But dont depend on it Better start early bo prepared and stay out In the open if you arc after a particular place It is very important to START toward something I JAMliS KN J horse to 3W YORK Feb n few oC the Broadway girls aro getting away with i new form of That Is those gels who have dial phonos in their homes are practicing the new stunt When they want to dodge the regular boy friend nnd go wllh anotherthey leave the phono re ceiver off the hook Thus should the regular b f happen to call her he Gets a busy signal And no matter how Ion ho triesto get a response she may always alibi Vou KOI a busy signal didnt you Well I wan in and thems those He cannot prove otherwise unless he roads this hero and learns how to make sure is in or out llo merely has tu call the supervisor jind aslc Is the party holding n conversation or have they accidentally led tho receiver off the hook pBRITAPS ho lassica who are furious with us for ex L posingr ihc gag will be glad to learn that another oC their stunts is a waste of time and dangerous Never ihe moulhpieto of tho phone against your chest or ibclomen when trying to Iceep the boy friend from hoar tiff you any to your other Gosh I HK Harry 11 K1 THE KINDERGARTEN JiTTliKING genius of the General Motors saya we are Just Jn the kindergarten of scientific invention There was a man about 1S10 who wanted to ibollsli the patent office saying Its work was done Wonder what ho would say today No use asking what lie would for evidently he didnt think There is nothing about Herbert Hoovers past policy to lead one Into a suspicion that he will bo Europes Santa Claus PROMISED YOU THAT YOU SHOULD SEE MY BABIES AND I WILL MY WORD perfectly say a move or they will not come out of hiding cveji when J call They aro tiuch scary littJe things and besides ever since they have been hatched I have kept telling them to taUe to cover the very moment they see anything stirring and to stay there until It Tins gone by and the leaves that the strauper may have stirred up have settled down again Stand baclc oC that oak where they will not see you until J tell them to come out Atter I have explained o them who you arc everything will be all right Dont you worry Mother Grouse I will walk otf now just as tho I was goiiiK1 away and I will hide behind that oak tree and be Just as still ag a mouse until you give the word to come out My coat does not match tlie Ijark o the trunk well as your babies clothes match the leaves and roots among1 which they tuck themselves away but Ill that I can keep almost as quiet aa they can Anyhow T am going to try Peter spoke in a nhisper and Mother Grouse nodded her head in approval Next Twelve Where None Hml Been told him J was j ng to Philly Whatll J fay Creeling Al Smith with an elephant wlicn hcj anivotl Florida strikes us as rubbine it in just a bit too muchjXancy Boyd is Kdna bt XInccnL Millav Because he cnn hear overy word anyway the voice clearly penetrates thru the body ROBERT BENCriLET Lifes dramatic and clown was with a friend who slopped before a store window to nire some antkiun Arent they gorgeous nufzxpd the companion Oh youre just nn old rug addict1 flipped Benchlcy EDDIH CANTOR Htar or Whoopee says that luj daughters are so loyal to him that they Insist on say ing I Pawn nnd Go IK iOU are L bookworm or a mag fan perhapstlio on n ridoff stagenames of your favorite authors will stnrtlc you fJnbnclffi tlAnuiniKio is G nampngnctto Clciu once Dane is Winifred Ashlon Bahcttc Dentach fs Mrs Avrahm VarnioUnaky Dorothy Ilx Is Mrs Jilllxnbcth Mori wet hoc TJilmrr Jnfco KaJstnff is Herman Feisifr A tiontleinnn With a Diislrr iIlnroUl Iligbic Klinor Glyn is Mis Clayton CJlyn in Now Yorker is AVnldo Uavid Frank K K Van Dyne in WilMrd Ilnnlingtun Wrlgtit Tom Krnhnm is Sinrlnir Iowis Krtlpli Irons Is Olive Schreiacr and POEMS THAT LIVE MORNING Jane Tjtylor Jlie Inrk Js up to meet the sun The bee is on tho wing1 The ant her labor has begun The woods with music Shall birds and bees and mils lie While I my moments waste Oh let me with tho morning rise Ami to my duties haste Why should J sleep till beams of morn Thfcir lffhl and glory shod Immortal beings wero not born To waste their time in bud dire poverty ihcir pickn for rather than lay down RS the ordinary typo of which is due to too little roughage and too little exer benefited by the addition of roughage the apiiHtic type Is made worse for in the spnatic type Ihc intestines re easily Irritated and bran and other roughage cause nore spasms and irritation thus more constipation Kvon egetablcs should be pureed to eliminate the fibers until he condition la overcome Our article on Constipation also lakea up tlio spastic nevcr LrCL to first base to s ype T AM a youngr man and uiy ears stick out just enough Ito bo noticeable and this Is very cmnarraHsinK Can recommend some doctor or concern that puts out device for such ears I1 ANOTMKK WAY TO KM i Courier Of course lha bill LCL to first base to silual 1 Vrom the world of sooiD hut the There is no device that will shape the cars after bahy iood and early childhood V The only thins that can lie none now is plastic surgery K you Oo not Utiow tlie sur geons m your locality who specialize In this work ui your County Medical society and nsK for a list in none proposal of Senator Me Muster to place all legislators under tho ago ot tho trenches in event of war is tho less tiiKHlficnnt ami HiiKKwLtvH Not witliout a touch of irony anil may hup a lit lie cynicism tlie motnber Cvom Soulli Diikola offered Hit jncnsurc as a ruler to tho cruiser nnder con sideration in the United States scmue It SH Hiitd tlio bill it enacted into law would recruit UJ infimhcrs of the umiur In tlie TOWANS AKK DOING WJSIU Hurry Ctirr In AiiReles Tlnins IP apitc or all slams of the synthetic Mciiflccus about Ihu In wans hi Cali fornia t should say the lowu lx aro pretty well Ono Call Corn iati who cam 9 from Iowa Is about lo appoint another Cal ifornian who caino truui Towa to Uiri to el o vat i up lattors CilifojniL brother tc a higl poaltlon 1 lerbert JToover sproutefl Town Cuvtts D Wilbur sccrotary of tlio navy and his brother Dr layman U AVLllHir now proHiclent ot Klanfnrd tor jjprrctary oC the in Iowa for pedestals for the 1UST may be a discharge from the I mucous membranes from any inflammatory condition or sometimes simply from general rundown conditions and from deficient diets You must see your physician about your condition You should see a physician any way aa you expect to be married I nm MI re from your description that you have not contracted any disease Next Answers to Mothers EARLIER DAYS FEBRUARY G 1003 Californut SO Jn the senate those to toin tho ranks would Include Hlninc of Wisconsin 1Yazlcr of North JJaUoLa IJL IolIctlo of Wisconsin McVary ot Oregon Kcer of Tcnnsylvanla HchaLI of Minnesota and McMayLer author of Jhe thcorv back of lite proposal Is that liiqislatdrs mauv ot would tliitilc twicu about voting 10 dc cliirc it tluV new thev would lie ronipolled lo hciu ilo the aituril tnij They might even ihink mvK JAHDINT Uxinril Bluffs Notiparoll DEAT keen seniie if and fnfrnnssif Hoovor decided to tnin Janlifit1 and uaed him to worh out a practiiiril farm relic C measure Down to tlie present tltuo Irvrdlne haa not had n square dnnl In position lie has bee n f a Isol y and mal Ic tonsl y nf TTo fihould In fntrncsa given uu opportunity to his critics IlIVS STHT A Forest Cily Snniuiit Fatty Ar ig on the first nicc apain Kicked out oC tlio movirs for hin low Town morals sought snrceafo of sorrow b v o n i n n a f u n n 1 now three f his cafo has been kicked out of LiiiiOi and then otc no of drcent places bv I ho Many and nninr a lime the plienom f thn California law A nolC In The windstorm of a Tveek ago today blow down tho windmill at the Outing club nt Clear Lake Tho damage IK close to SIOO The members of tho club are planning on repairing the damages but nrc doing somekicking against j the cost i A U Sale leaves Sunday for Den Momen to make the preliminary arrangements for tho annual convention nnH exhibition of the Jovva Uotail Hardware Dealers associa tion which meets there Tucstlny of next wcelc Messrs lire of Albert liilUs oC Chicago Draper of Marsh all town officlftly of the Western Grovery coiti pany returned home after t business visit horc T A Bishop of the New Hampton Tribune and his non Irving were In the city Wednesday guests of Mr and Mrs Max CJorman Harlan MrACHlnn wife of Agent McMillan of hn Short tlno left last night for New York City where she will visit her Alster and other relatives for a month Mr his wife ns frtr ns CliJcngo J M Hoffner 1ms closed a contract with Mcsgrs tc Nidcr and Brett owners of the Zoller for the entire lower floor of the building1 inI wlU rfmoilel It Into nil up lOiiato vaiKlevllln thealor It wilt known us thn liijoti Tho result of tho examination held tho day oT llio Short Course in Mason Cily which bis been hiliouli to the city and to S H Mlfs shows that Harold Virkfnnl son of Arthur IfrUford living of the city won tiic UhtmM first prize Jlc got a grade of 100 ycr cent i daled of ion lias been remarked thit those whn must have war iitnl tliusi1 shoiildOf riflos stand UTKO dtHp mud charge thru Ixirbed wire stransrfe on paisun cris ituilxc acrJal bombs alii stun rnln apnel witli I heir bodies aro usually two separateJtntI listjnct group1 UliSSKS AM IIKiHWAVS Murslialltown Iiic IIIIH pcoplo lust with 1 IK supreme conn nnd must nny tlio JGTTill undi r On tnoior Ivnv Tho busses may cod ulato among t bo txi selves tlint I In tnle dnes not rfuiirta LOtnn clothing remains a wolf OX TIIK OTHIOH FOOT ity rronnanJoiirnal It trticks arid hussos worn axed to main tain a roadbed for thoir cumpctUoi1 Ibu thrv xvoulrt bavo lo coiMiiInln bnl tho rtDroirls taxed to maintain roads for Ihelr pfiUtor Tor priviUgo of using I he highways j railrond nwos KH trick I tig busses i tn toiTHs on Kiii vfl roads h tinips and liuulil be foiLcd to osiisl In I Uioir Marshallloun If Kranlc Ixiwdp bo praotlcri 1 loriver ratilnnf rraiilr ti Tiniis iEcftiililiran ii 1iiiJ lbr gnmr IUF n coilninty fnr tho Iossihlv HerliMt may cnion iivor anvwnv NKKIIS A HAlMKS TAV Icinnril Itlnffs Nonpareil the habUual ONEMINUTE PULPIT Iowa York Michigan and nntl dsi rurt inn mo ntvpr fill law I fabji ciimiiKils so ibo rj of mni aio ir satis not Inporniidod to coniitnir fled hulrftiiHoly Tlioy As thi1 fining for siirr ami th bf1 itira for life and ex furnace for guM1 r is i incti to hU fruin jjarolc i iniiisjo 1rovcrby JO   

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