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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 7, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THURSDAY FEB 7 1929 ELEVEN T TO ASK BANKERS WHY THEY WONT IGREE TO LOANS Chicago School Board Can not Obtain Money to Operate i CHICAGO Fob 7 Chicasu bankers wore called upon today to ttll a city council suuconnniLUo why thoy liavo declined to lend money to tho city and the school board Five rep ires ot loop bankfl had to before the subcuni niUtcc The city and school board borrowed J 000000 last year to obtain cas with which to operate and an even calcr sinn will be retmired foi10 nncihnon said Hanks Kcfuse CredH Aldermen have been advised by city When You Catch Cold Rub on Musteroie Uustcrole is easy to apply and ivorhs rislit away Jt may prevent a told from turning into flu or pneu monia It does all the good work of grandmothers mustard plaster TUusterole Is recommended by many ductorsami nurses Try Musterale inr sore throat cold oji the uhcst rheumatism lumbago pleurisy stiff neck bronchitis asthma neuralgia congestion pains and aches ot the back and joints sprains anises chilblains frosted of all snrtti TO MOTIIEUS Musteroie is also madft ill milder form for bullies nml small children Aslc for Chil drens Musteroie Jara Tubes Comptroller George K Schmidt that Chicago banks have refused to lend any money on 1929 tax warrants and that in order to obtain necessary funds he had been forced to go to York for An interest rate of 5Ts Per cent was charged there ho aiid compared with 4fe and 5 pel cent paid last year Alderman Joseph B McDonough heading the council Investigation sug gested serious possibilities unless money can be borrowed locally If Chicago banks wont lend we will liave to go lie suid But outside banks want per cent The boardo education is prohibited from paying more than 5 per cent so it cant borrow Will the city have iu borrow at 5 per cent and lend to Iho school board at five percent And would it be legal If Jliat he illegal liott will Die board keep tbo schools open May He Leia Qucslum 7STunierous reports were current prioj to todays meeting One said that the bankers felt thcro was some lesal question about the 1029 tax warrants on which IORIIS are sought Another represented the bankers as feeling that 192S tax warrants will not have been paid until all taxes are rot looted this year Chicago brinks at present have 543600000 of the 192S warrants on hand Setter than a mustard plaster Northwood Minister to Speak at Meltonville Feb 7The Rev Crossley Northwood will be tho speaker at a Community gcther at tlio Meltonville church Fri day evening In addition to tho art dress there will be a program of games and community singing ami light refreshments This will be the first of a series ot monthly commun ity gatherings planned Cor the Melton ville community ELIHU ROOT IS TO SOLICIT POWERS ON COURT AGAIN Unofficial Diplomatic Mis sion May Decide U S Adherance to Pact lowan Is to Take Years Instruction in Flying School AMKS Feb 7 K Dill Smith son of Prof 13 B Smith instructor in aeronautics in tho mechanical ginoering department of Iowa Stale college has gone to March Field Riv erside Col to take a years Instruc tion In tho United States flying school Scott who was v promising dash man on the Cyclone track sciuacl was olio of eleven candidates selected from a list of 130 Mmitli expects to return to Ames af completing tho year oE Instruction so ho may finish Itis course in mechan ical engineering 1 fe expects to enter commercial aviation after his gradu ation WASHINGTON Feb 7 Adher ence by the United States to tiie world court may depend upon tho success of an unofficial diplomatic mission to be undertaken by Kliliil Root former sec retary of state and an authority on international law Air Root will seek an understanding among world powers on Americas reservations to the court Votis Adherence The senate voted adherence to Uie court three years ago but ii also voted reservations that the other powers CHICAGO Feb win have not accepted one that other werc lorningby countries have balked at was a stipii a sma bomh Wl11cl i tllc doorway of a west side cigar store Ninth Bombing Causes Damage in Chicago Store Farm Bureau Meeting Discusses No Legislation DBS JV1OIN13S Feb 7 Legisla tive proposals were riot discussed by the executive committee of the Iowa Farm Bureau federation meeting here yesterday Charles J5 Hearst presi dent said Cold Wont Bother Him This Winter Some men throwoft a cold within a few hours of contracting it Anyone ran do it with the aid of a simple rorntxnJTtl which rnmes hi tablet form Rapes COLD COMPOUND Colo aiul fs no trouble to take or to always have about you Dont dope yourself when you catch cold use Papes Cold Compound Men and women every where rely on this Innocent but amaz ingly efficient little tablet TouU find it In any drugstore you visit and for only 35c a package Sore throat or a stuffedup Head even grippy colds wont worry you once you experience this relief latjon which woulj deny the right of the court to render advisory opinion involving the United States without the previous consent of this country to consideration of the case Some international lawyers believe that tho court Is already bound to render no advisory opinion without the unanimous consent of the council of the league of nations In that case all the other nations have the right with regard to advisory opinions that asked by tho United States It Is also believed by some that if he American reservations regarding advisory opinions was accepted the biggest stumbling block in the way ot adherence by tins country to the court would be removed Anollier Canvass President Coolidge not long ago made it known that he desired an other canvass of the world powers to see whether the way was not still open for an understanding on the reservations by the United States and Mr Root plans to undertake that can vass He was recently named a mem ber or tlie committee to revise the rules of the world court ana he had an Important part in framing the world court protocol Mr Hoot was In Washington yester day and while here he conferred with leaders of the senate foreign relations commitcee including Chairman Borah Senator Walsh oC Montana and Sana tor Swanson of Virginia owned by Joseph Pnlumbo a cripple who has lost both legs It was the ninth bomb explosion reported to po lice this year Damage was slight and no one was injured MRS S A WITTER RITES ARE HELD Wife of Civil War Veteran Buried in Evergreen Cem etery at Rudd RUDD Fch services 1or Mrs S A Witter aged Civil war sol diers widow and Iowa pioneer were held in the Methodist Kpisconal Lliurch Wednesday at oclock tho Rev Cicorgo Turner orfciutiiiu Burial was hi Kveryreuu cemetety nurlliwist of town Mrs Witter wilnvn maiden nairn Snrnlr Alicia ThiMiias nas liorn at Trenton N Y on Jlareli 25 18IU At the aie of 7 KK came Jicr paients to Uelvidero where shn to womanhood and wheio on Jan iK iSt2 she was married to Oliver I then a soldier in iho Civil in which capacity ha served his country four years One son Charles now dead was tiorn to Mr and Mrs Wiucr In JTarchlSTS tlie family moved tu Kudd and settled 031 a furtu four and ono half miles north of town where they lived until 1SSS when they moved the two i into Rudcl where Mrs Witter hns Mr lived unti her death Sunday nimn ing from flu and pneumonia Sirs Wlttev ia survived by three sis ters Mrs Nettie Sijnpkius and Mrs Ijibble Summers La CrOKKO nd Mrs A 2i Suear in gen of Clinton Hattle Mae y nieces ami nephews ill ono granddaughter I Witter oC Rudd and many BulgariaJugoslavia Will Restore Peaceful Relations at Boundaries SOFIA nu years of ox I re nit1 liisi un HitHue sir hold of li Im i year and a luilf a situation which iavo rise to hiUiT feelings in lu is tu bo opened Won ot1 iliis was M forLiirii minister yost by the Jugoslav miiiisUr nakJ the ne dkrialurslii n throw the STORE AT IOWA FALLS DAMAGED Fire Causes Estimated Loss on 0 K Grocery of IOWA PALLS IVb 7 liic oC unknown origin curly Tlnirstfcij morn ing ilanuigcil I ho Foster building ou uipitii by I he O K jjrocory The CMltmatoil mi the building jrnl slock is jUUO River Operations May Be Renewed by March 15 DUBUQUE Feb 7 the Icp breaks up in the Mississippi rivex renewal of river operations tiere la cxiKCLcd March terminal offi cers said HCCIIL at JilSl Ul UK llUCsIt I fluntie uhtiriu ci Trace Jewel Theft to Woman in Hospital Two Youths Implicated A mixed wiU UIL Sofia tltis to LIH tiout the tvontier agrecnicnt A foiiiial commercial troaV IJO vrlalum uf ici 7 iluirt jiart of SritOO ul jewels stolen from a 111 store Inis been tract0 to Mri loc lacoby iO patient in a hospital here Slit is alleged to have received the Jenols from Huott and David Ilam anolo Knox college students who arc stid to have eonfessrd the theft JOE GOSS IS NOW SELLING FURNITURE lrruiu 211 itli s at S W lino slock of New Usi t KnrnlUifc Cook and Gas Stoves No Kuril to Pay So All Irko Goss is also trading and ing used furniture at his new location Phone 1307 or 942 Skin ples boils eczema and that sallow tomplcxion all foretell a body weak ness a deficiency in redbloodcells If you desire A clear skin you must keep your btood in good condition SPECIALISTS AT NORTHWOOD TALK Worth County Farm Bureau Sponsor of Dairy Meeting NORTHWOOD Feb Worth County Form Bureau sponsored a dairy meeting which was held here Tuesday conducted by Floyd John of the extensfon service ot Iowa State college anfl Ernest M Wright of the Iowa State Dairy association At the morning session John ston discussed legume hays and min erals for dairy herds Mr Wright opened the afternoon session with a plea for the support ot the proposed measure to tax oleomargarine sold In Iowa of which there are annually 11000000 pounds shipped into I he state Ho stated that the materials used In the manufacture of oleo a none of them Iowa products and as the creameries of the state pay 10v 000 In taxes each year in addition to the taxes paid by herd owners it is only fair that such a tax be applied Mr Wright also spoke of the nlfci lla of the calf club movement which has grown since its beginning in 1917 to a membership oC 5141 The mem bers aro not only taught tho care of tho animals which Is Important but are also taught to work with others for a common purpose and arc trained for leadership Mr Johnston discussed diseases o tlio dairy herds and proper rations for animals of various types according to conditions as they are found He slated the average Iowa cow produces 173 pound of buttcrfut each ycnr while the cows of tliq members of the Cow Testing association produce an av erageof 27S pounds of bttttcrfat each year vividly Illustrating the import ance of eliminating the nonproductive animals SSS has brought me health and happiness WITH the last blemish gone confidence returns More more good times With the joy and pride of possessing a clear skin selfrespect increases Everybody wants to be attrac tive It is a just and natunil am bition But no onc can be at tractive without a clear skin Skilled physicians recognize the appearance of pimples boils ec zema and other skin eruptions as being an indication that tlie bodys power of resistance is lew Rich red blood builds and sustains The sure way to remedy this condition is to restore the rcd bloodcells to normal This is why so many thousands have been enabled to free them selves of these unsightly blemishes and painful skin annoyances by taking a course of SSS SSS helps Nature restore the blood to its normal state Healthy blood nourishes the body and works against infection and dis ease Without plenty of rich red blood there could be no strong sturdy powerful men or healthy beautiful women SSS proven record over 1OO years If you are troubled with so called skin disorders take a few bottles of SSS Seek energy vitality and a clear skin through the remedy which is made from fresh vegetable drugs and has stood the test of over 100 years All Drug Stores sell SSS in two sizes Ask for the larger size It is more economical Copjrlltlt 1325 SBSi Ca Pass No Bills Unless They Are Constructive Urges Hammill in Talk DBS MOINES Feb 7 Ins legislators at a banquet tendered by Iho GreatsDes Moines commit tee Gov John HammiU said it would bo hotter to pass no measure rturlntr the session than to take action having no permanent Value a cltar skin comes from Aged Fanner Takes 60 Years to Arrive at California Farm LO9 ANGELES Feb 7 George Griffey 105 year old farmer tiled here last night Griffey took Hor ace Greeleys advice CO years AXO but tho call of the soil delayed him Ho was 03 when he reached tlio coast As farm lands were opened up wpst of Ohio his native state GrifCoy kept ertElnF westward For pcvoivil years ho farmed near Torre Hauo Tnd Then tlio fertile lands ot Iwckonwl and he settled in Geary county of that state Forty years later vhen he was fiast 00 hn moved to Coloradn filed a home stead claim and proved upon it At OS lio crime to Call Torn in stui able nml anxious to do farm work Two ycavfl after his arrival Inns of ryn lore e a him to five iio farm ins Percolators 8 cup size triple coated enamel in colors Alarm Clocks Assorted colors Guar anteed for one year S9 Department S fores Window Shades S to 3j in and G fl several colurs your Hhiflcs tinsining dir bousOLloHiHiip Rugs Iliiiddi yarn rugs In regular SlOfl CQ value only 11 left U7V Vast New Purchases by The Graham Company Make It Possible for Another Big Housefuvnishing Event Aluminum Double Boilers Featured on Tables ALUMINUM WARE One Big Lot at 25 Sink 8trainers strainers and colander bread pans biscuit pans decorating Bets eaucc pan a etc 2 Quart Pudding Pans 19 4 Quart Pudding Pans 39C STARTING FRIDAY FEBRUARY 8th During the past few months our buyers have gone into the market and bought thousands of dollars worth of splendid new items for the housewife They Achieved Sayings of Unusual Merit And Now Pass Them On to You Rose Goblets Colonial Sauce Pans a till Cham Featured on Tables Double boilers pre serve kettles convex kettles round roast ers casseroles pitch ers Angel Gake pans 79 EXTRA SPECIAL VALUES Thursday Morning at 9 oclock ALUMINUM 8 Quart Preserve Kettle 2 Quart Percolator 6 Qt Strainer Kettle Your Choice Each 49c TWO SPECIAL FEATURES In Dinnerware Sjnnll floral dinner sets highly decorated ivory eolor colonial shaped A 32 piece eel foi ls in exceptionally low price 1or this pleco octijon shape yellow chrys hinthc mum pattern old ivory hicU Kronntl yellow nnd black spniys Aluminum Ciioliinj Kettles Ql Sim FEATURE VALUES Convex Kettles Per colators C O C pitchers etc Wash Boards Metal Spiral Crimp 49C Tubs 73 Galvanized No one size Galvanized No Two size Tubs 77c Table Oil Cloth First Quality only Hull 45 inches wide P 11 In white tile and fig ured 27c Window Shades Tan and ff C Green 6 ft O O Aluminum Tea Kettles Pre serve Kettles Convex Kettles Oval Roasters Dairy Polls and Dish Pans Extra quality large pieces for 5Sc Galvanized Pails Dipped in spilter mahiiiR them leakproof The nizeg yon need 25C 29C Tea Set iccnL trlnimcl black 23 PC Bridge Sets Tnmfolcis 3 for lOc Jlifs Had i 29c Dust Mops Triangle Shape 69 12 PC Cedar Oil Ounce Bottle 349 Colored Trimmed Ware PUT LIFE IN YOUR KITCHEN WITH THESE EVERYDAY UTENSILS Colors for lOc Whip Cako turn ers cin openers ypalnlaH per foratcd slotted and baM spoons eic Colors for 25c Iotulo inawher and mixing1 1 p o o n strainer sponn fake turner Idtchen fork can opener Polish 12 f c Semdac quart size Polish One 89C Coal Hods galvanized No 17 Heavy Boilers Heavy AH Copper Galvanized can bale and cover Garbage QQc Carpet Brooms Madc of pood cinalily broom corn red handles priced ex ceptionally low for this qual ity Water Glasses barrel shape good clear glass each A very hiffli ffraiie srey nm milieu chemically treated to take up dust without oil Willow Clothes Bas kets good size White White Enamehvare Combinets 10 r White Quart Size 35c Seamless Pails 79c SHOPPING BASKETS German made willow with rigid handle varnished brown floral decoration EXTRA FEATURED SPECIALS Of White Enamelware Thursday Morning 9 oclock 10 Quart Disli Pan 4 Quart Convex Kettle 10 Quart Preserve Kettle Your Choice Each 49c   

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