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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 6, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE WEDNESDAY FEB NINE COUNTRY CLUB real malt beverage Delightful Refreshing Universally Used PHONE 998 R M Dickens 616 S Federal MASON ln Mason City Build Invest and Trade in Jressive LUXUS ESKIMO PSES For Your Between Meal Lunch ALL FOR 5c E B HIGLEY CO Phones 115116 Ulen Auto Body Radiator Repairs SPECIALIZES IN WRECKED AUTO BODIES AND FENDER REPAIRING The Firms Represented on This Page Have Been Carefully Selected By the Globe Gazette and We Feel Your Dealings With Them Will Be Satisfactory to the Highest Degree Interesting News Articles of Firms You Should Know Automobile Class Plate and Window Glass HUGH DAVEY SON Phone 874 15 2nd St S W 212218 South Delaware Ave Phone 873 X COMMERCIAL PRINTING Call 45 or 46 EYESIGHT CAUSE OF BAD MAKEUP Optometrist Says Defects Often Cause Women to Use Excess Paint Persons walking down the street often smilo when they pass a woman whosomakeup is so heavy as to ap pear grotesque1 Greve optomestrist and jeweler whoso of fices arc at 32i First National banl building not realizing that those wo men are unintentional victims of such smiles Defective eyesight he says is often the chief cause contributory to this practice Tho woman because ot incorrect vision make up In such a manner which is not normal Every second car that ono sees Is driven by a person who needs glnsscs Tho car driver should bo sure his eyes arc in no way effective should not tie Dcnd upon guesswork Such a hlgl rale in automobile accidents Is there toio not necessary When It Is con sidered that onehalf of the motorists need glasses or should have then changed ono can realize tlio danger In driving upon a highway without prop er vision 1C drivers would lake greater pre caution abut this matter the death jvito could bo considerably cut would then be largely due to recklessness and carelessness says Mr Greve for tw o but storehas tho good iers and th Mrs Brown le in the KLIPTO LOOSE LEAF LEDGERS ETC ipto Loose Leaf Co NEXT TO POSTOFFICE More Failures but Less Liabilities in 1928 Claim DO YOU EAT SPUDS NUFF SAID DINE AT THE PARK CHINESE AM AMEIUCAN PARK INN CAFE PARK INN I10TKI NEXT UUS STATION HealthNeuiocalometer Service Maye E Budlong D C Lady Doctor of Chiropractic HILL PROPOSES IOWA WORK FARM Introduces Measure to Put County Criminals at Hard Labor DES MOINBS Feb bill to establish a work farm system foi county criminals has been Introduced in tlio lower Iiouso oC the legislature by Hill of Nora Springs repre sentallvQ from Floyd county lie net ed on tho request oC tho stato nssocla lion oC sheriffs TEiis body said the Tvora Springs editor in evplninine the measure liai been considering for some timo the adviHabillty of Introducing a bill pro vidins for n work farm for county criminals to be established at Clivc This fiirm was bought a number o years ago by the stato for this pur puso but such an establishment ha not been provided At present pris oners 1iom Annmosa aro working th1 rprm AsUiM lo Introduce It Tho department oC justice comple ed tho bill tor tha association a fe ngo and asked mo to introduce I It will como bcforo the committee on There were 20370 failures reported to Bradstreots for tho full calendar year 1928 with liabilities aggregating f517603929 and assets of There Is here shown a small Increase onehalf of 1 Her cent in the number ot failures as compared with 1027 of 17 per cent over 1026 and ot 8 per cent over 1025 the minimum year in tho past seven but a decrease of 91 per cent from 1022 the peak year in failures which represented the cul mination as ogards number of fall Tires of much of tho liquidation fol lowing thB deflation of 1920 and 1921 Liabilities showed a rather marked reduction from tho two preceding years 208 per cent in each cose but wero IJ per cent above 1925 which ir these as in number ot failures was the minimum year of tho preceding seven annual periods The decrease In liabilities from the peak year 1021 was 315 per cent Liabilities lAiwor An interesting showing Is had ot the volume of liquidation in business which bus gone on sinco the deflation f 132021 Thus with a maximum oC 2415 failures in 1022 and a minimum t 1SS50 in 1325 following the hn rovoment 1524 the avevasra for tho Ight yours 1921 to 132S inclusive 20100 failures wiiilo the average liabilities over those same years n which the maximum was 00 and tho minimum was otalcrt 5025000000 It will thus ho eon that 1028 failures were only i Jiade above the eightyear average vhllo the liabilities that year wen 9 per cent below the eightyear aver ee ot liabilities The striking thing in the location ot tho 1928 failures is the fact that th northwestern elates and tho south re port largo decreasesfrom 1927 whU the New England middleAtlantic cen tralwestern and farwestern states r port increases Tho northwestern an southern states In fact report th smallest number of failures for seve years post lnd Smaller Damage In the matter oC liabilities all o the six groups report smaller damag than In 1927 or 192G and liabilities i Phone 399 201202 Weiv Bldg SUGAR CONTROL PROVES FLOP Attempt of Cuba to Direct Sugar Market Fails Like Rubber Deal Futility ot mans effort to halt tho operation of the economic machinery controlling supply ami demand by in judicious IISQ of tlio ritonkcynrenoli of restriction 1ms demonstrated again this timo by the Cuban sugar industry accoriliiiK to information re ceived by tlio Barrett Brothers gro cery atore here In Avail street announcement that all restrictions on the Cuban sugar business have been lifted meant pri marily that sucli a policy functioned no better with supar than with British rubber and a half dozen oilier essential commodities which leading producers liavo sought to control by urtlflclal means Tho street believes Cubas effort to outheast oC Ihrbank liquidation o catoti0 evils of overproduction wltli ecently preceding years but tho these two groups are tho smallest since 19J As regards failures every northwestern state reports fewer of these than in 1027 In New England Connecticut alone reporla fewer fail ures than in 1927 and In the western group Missouri Kentucky and Colo rado show decreases The Increase in tho farwestern group is contributed entirely by California In tho south heavy decreases in failures in Texas and Florida largely account for the decreases from 1027 at the south altho only four states out of 12 report In creases An Interesting feature Is contained i the proportion of assets to llablll es which In 152S iras B37 per cent he lowest percentage recorded sines 01S Saw Continuance It may bo added here that 192S saw i apparent continuance In som reas notably the northwest am Dr F C Shaklee Chiropractor Electro Therapist FOOD SPECIALIST Ofliio nml XRay Laboratory Ground LHoor Ccrro Gorilo Hold PHONE 73 13 TEARS IN AUTHORIZED Cadillac LaSalle Service AND ALL OTHER AUTO REPAIRING Raybestos Brake Lining Service PETERSON GARAGE CI7 Norlli Commciciiil Pliono 537 treain of suspensions here and in ther Important lines was much less han In recent years Thus bank sus lensiona and liabilities were 20 and 10 ier cent respectively below 1027 for ho 11 months period and less than lalf that ot 1D2S Other larpro suspen sions and liabilities It and 30 jer cent respectively below 1H2G The December failures record lor 16 years follows Assets MS 627 1326 125 1924 1023 1022 132L 1020 1913 191S 1017 3918 1PI5 1014 Xumhor 1520 107 27421021 1911 32540294 185S BO0902711 1862 26528518 2427 1731 486 2443848 518 62234KO 981 6970679 7022045 13SS 43iSS7i 2202 1913 16GS Tlio failures anrl liabilities in the United states for December Iti70 and 446553711 respectively were the light est in that month for threo years Inabilities 40553741 5ID601J2 91SS4404 43115150 57767802 SO303160 47805918 Sl434Sr7 9G33040 8041291 Q891520 30475917 33146637 27643413 336010211 42224334 out havinK anything lilio a monopoly on tho market was wrecked on tho same rcet that tore the bottoms from the lightened holds ot Britains ruh hcr ships When Cuba dcccrnsed her production other nations increased their output and Iho welllaid scheme lo obtain higher prices consequently got nowhere Now that the restriction is ended miEir lncn believe stability eventually will bo restored on an economic basis but that prices will have a slow re covery Tlio 152S29 world sugar crop is esti mated at 26500000 tons more than 1000000 tons greater than that ot the previous year some 8000000 tons greater than before the World war and vastly more than Is needed to meet demand Horo IB held that world consumption will Increase but it la ex pectcd that years must pass before consumption will reach the level of production There Is little expectation of early Improvement i prices police regulations and suppression oC crime of which I am chairman Another measure presented to the house by Mi Hill is one which would deal vigorously with unlicensed veter inarians When the veterinarians law was enacted providingpenalties for nonli censed veterinarians only fines wore provided explained Jlr Hill while in all other professions fines and In junction proceedings wero Included Would Icnnit Injunction Two years ago a bill was introduc ed In the house and after a great deal of discussion defeated by amending in such a way Hint it was not satisfac tory to tho veterinarians AVo havo simply provided in this bill that nny one practicing without license con trary to lau may be restrained by in junction issued by tho court This Is n very Important measure to the veterinarians of Iowa and has the active support tho profession I Introduced the measure at the re quest of tho legislativo committee of tho state association Selfdiagnosis is cosy If you crit icize him coldly hes an inferior 1C you criticize him calmly hes an equal but it you ravoand exaggerate in crit icism hes your StarCourier Northwestern States Portland Cement Co One of the largest Portland Cement Plants in the coun try and the pioneer cement plant in the northwestern part of the United States DUAL PLANTS Mason City and Gilmore City 10000 bar rels daily 33000000 barrels this reli able cement has been successfully used during the past 20 years General Offices Gth Floor First National Bank Bldg 300Pound Icicle Crashes Skylight into Lobby of Hotel CEDAR KAPinS Fob 6 Iclclo weighing 300 pounds crashed thru tivo of skylight at the Allison hotel early this morning and dropped into the lobby tearing n hole II feet wide thru the decorative panels in tho ceiling No one was injure Scores of persons today were en Sased in clearing snow from tho roofs of their homes fearing warmer weath er wold melt the aiioiv and cause dam age IN WE SPECIALIZE Jj KINWS Ol KOOF WORK ALL WORK GUAUANTEEU Give us a trial Vou wont bo disappointed Exclusive mslrilnilors if H P WATSON COMPANYS Asbestos Shingles Asphalt Shingles and lloil Roofings Asbestos Builtup and Asphalt Builtup Pitch and Gravel Builtup Roofs PETERSEN ROOFING SUPPLY CO Phone 963 421425 South Federal Avenue In some cases distance may lend en chnntment hut in the cose of the nv oragf radio pertormor it just lends im llcviciv JUNES BALMY HEAT FILLS YOUR JANUARY HOME WHEN HEATED By A LENNOX TORRID ZONE FURNACE Ray EPauley Co Ihonsi M So Federal Are BATHROOM FIXTURES Leaky Faucets Clogged repair all such and at a moderate cost NO FEDERAL C Puth Dependable Plumbing and Heating PHONE 989 HERMANSON BROTHERS PASTEURIZED MILK and CREAM 810 No Delaware Thomas Machine Co Crankshaft Grinding Cylinder Grindinc Gear Cutting MACHINE WORK OF ALL KINDS Phone 2503 303 2nd St S W Give your eyes the beet attention after today Have them looked J H GREVE OPTOMETRIST First National Bank Bldg Cadwell Yellow Cab Co YELLOW CAB SERVICE A Service That Satisfies33 INSURED WHILE YOU RIDE Baggage Service F C ESLICK Mgr 20 1st ST N E i PHONE 216 Economy WELDING WORKS PIONEER GAS AND ELECTRIC WELDERS Phono 3020 DON McPKAK Prop 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