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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 14, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THURSDAY FEB 141929 1 iHdrens Colds Checked without Rub on Hurt in 30Foot Fall CEDAR RAPIDS Feb 14 After droppins 30 Icct down an open elevator Blmer A Clmpol 55 night janitor at tho Memorial coliseum Is not expected to recover Even badlystained teeth growwhite days Simple New Device Makes This Possible AT LASTt R years it has been fcnoivn that two harmless substances were necessary to whiten the teeth quickly and keep the gums in perfect health Put together in a single tube one neutralizes the other and both become useless The dentist used them iresh fairly bubbling with life but no one else could Filially a double rube was invented to keep these two priceless ingredients sep arate until they could be squeezcdon the brush together So NEWMIX was born to quickly whiten teeth with out abrasives and to keep the gums healthy and firm Dentists accepted it with enthusiasm All who used it found their teeth grow whiter as if by magic while soft and spongy gums took on the ruddy firmness of health Amazing Difference in 9 Days 9 daysoreven less willproveto you how wonderful NEWMIX is Give your teeth and a real chance for once Watch them improve day by day Notice how much sweeter and cleaner your mouth feels Your druggist has NEW MIX Get a tube and start this new care of your teeth today GDLMONT PRODUCTS CORPORATION NEW YORK NEW MIX the NEW WAY to clean tee t h r is always This is the story of a clear skin that comes from a strong healthy body and the right number of rich redbloodcells Your happiness may depend upon a clear skin BEAUTIFUL is the compan ionship that abounds in con tentment joy and happiness It is no wonder then that good health plays an important part in the affairs of people Good health is the way to attract hold in nerves a smooth clear skin terest and above all inspire deeper love Take the skin for example Pimples boils eczema and sallow complexion are usually but symp toms of a more dan gerous lack of the nor mal count of redcells in the blood These outward troubles are tiot inviting Neither can they M t rViLJl 4V be covered up They embarrass building and tonc effccts steal away joy and and sometimes love A within the reach of all To those who have lost it hope is offered You too may have a lovely complexion rosepetal in texture pretty as a picture and without a single pimple Without plenty of rich red blood there could be no strong sturdy powerful men or healthy beautiful women Rich redblood is the means of giving you an appetite firm flesh strength sound sleep steady When you take SSS to get rid of these outside blemishes you are building up the system to ward off the graver diseases of which these blemishes are Na tures warning Thousands of users have tes tified to the benefits of SSS in unsolicited letters of gratitude Take SSS at mealtime You will he delighted with its blood All good DiMS Stores acll SSS in two sizes Ask for the largersize It is more eco nomical SJSJ5 it made from jreik vege table drugs and has a jufcenful record of aver 100 years kael of it 1919 3B8 Co ss 26 DEFENDANTS LIQUOR CASE TO GO ON TRIAL King of Central Illinois Boot leggers to Face Federal Jury SPRINGFIELD 111 Fob 11 A jury was expected to bo selected today to hear the trla of Albert Blewett nnd 25 codefendants in fed eral court here on charges ot con spiracy to violate tho national pro hibition laws Most of tho defendants are from Quiney 111 Blewett is accused 3t lead Ing an alleged large ring of boot lessors and has been termed king of bootleggers in central Illinois Three moro defendants In ths trial are absent One William H Arider son is dead William Douglas is in I Chicago awaiting removal proceedings and Melvin Barr has not been appre hended When court opened today counsel was arguing a motion of the defense to suppress the evidence The court was expected to overrule the motion ant order tile impanelling of a jury Tiie defendants otherthan Blewett ana the absentees are Jessie Spauld ing Ollle Coulson George Anderson Fred Burgdoff George Crompton FVIdy Gllmore Frank Heckenfcamp Albert Holmes Mike Delaney George Barden Casper Hess James Kelly Harry King Ralph MeMann Martin MeMann Vernle McMann Harry Jlur doch Daddia Nolan Orrin Purkapile Steve jr Htggins Honry Stioot Andy Sarlin Leonard Wright Oscar Weiss ana Oscar Pothoff Eagle Grove Man Fights Countys Plan of Ouster Eccentric Merchant Files tition Denying He Is Public Charge BYRDS VESSEL NEAR DUNEDIN Eleanor BoilingWill Return to Base With Sup plies DUXBDIN New Zealand Feb 14 advices to the agent Commander Byrd hers from his ship tha Elinor Boiling say that the ship probably would reach here JFridny morning from Little America the Byrd base at the Bay of Whales An arctica Heavy weather In the Rosa sea has delayed her arrival was at irst expected today The ship will be loaded Quickly and will start back for Commander ByrJ ilia his men Sunday The cargo will ncludo ono airplane two tractors SOOO gallons oC airplane gasoline 1000 gallons of kerosene food stufCs irut scientific gear 1he last mall from America arrived on a steamer from Son Francisco to day There was a large batch ad dressed to theRyrd expedition at Uttlo America Real Estate Transfers Spencer Fred L Lotta T to J I Platt Jl Q C D JWi 202S Prince Addie 31 to First Nat ank Mason City L 1 B 13 and 10 B 1 and L 4 B 17 all in R S Youngs subd L 3 6 3 10 and parts 1 2 In subd NWi 119620 2423 Hansen Nettie Niels to Glen A Waitn L 7 B IS I R Kirks rc lat Mason Cily J32D Olscn Anna M to A H Runclo 1 CJ C D L 11 B IS College Addition o JUason City 2720 ITanford and Margaret MacXIder to Howard A Jl SWi and NWl 3CD622 Jan 3 1D20 First Tsational company to Howard A OLcory Si HWU ant Kij 43513 Jan 3 1029 G 33 Cross sheriff t0 L A An drew receiver CityCommercial bank 10 and 11 in O D Bennetts subd north 4b ft lot 4 the south 5GS ft lot 5 anil all of lots S and 3 in I H Kirhs replat B 10 South lla son CJty Feb 4 1023 G li Cress sheriff to J E Wing fied and Jennie L A Andrew rec as above Feb B 3320 C F Clark and Marie to Webster Potter Lumber company 1 lot 64 Midland Heights Mason City Iowa Feb 9 1029 Carl A Parker and G trustee to liana Buchlcr J475 lot 2 bloclc 2 Parkers Sixth Addition to Mason City Jan 31 1329 Christopher Asker and Orba O to Edward O Evanson lots 10 an 12 block 17 in North Plymouth Iowa Nov no 102S Midland Development Co to C F Clark lot 64 Midland Heights Ma son City corrected to 4854 dated May 7 Feb 0 1929 G K Cress sheriff to Xorth Amer ican Life Ins Co 815711 SVi SWi and Si 339522 Jan 26 1029 Fulglnmi Mary M ct al to Thca Dexter C D KJi SEJ4 28 OG22 Jan 18 1020 Boomhower R and Clara M to Alvln Ashley 100 E 49W feet lot 6 in subcl Tot 7 Emsjey Adams subd INEU SWA D0620 Feb 6 1029 Patriarchs Militant Dept Iowa I O O to R A Wnshburn jlOO part lot 7 Monk 8 In Patriarchs Mili tant I O O Park Clear Lake Q C D to correct former deed Feb 3 1320 Johnston Robert and Daisy to Ha chael D Catlln SI L 3 B 4 Homo Park addition to Mason City 11928 Bngley W G C Winifred M to Herbert O Iomen tl I 27 B 2 A TT Cummings addition to Mason Cily 2423 Do you suppose anyone really ex pected tho Iowa legislature to appro priate J15000 to send an Iowa band to Washington to attend the Hoover CLARION Feb peculiar situation arose in Clarion within tho past week when I A Hcrriek of Kagie Grove was served witli a nonresident notice by county boanl of supervisors and ordered to leave the county During tlio fore part of De cember Hcrrick purchased the Carlson Clotlilng store in Eagio Grove and immediately estab lished a store which woiild remain openfor the entire 24 hours of the any with ono clerk in charge each S hours A short time later Mr llerrlck made a trip to Goldfieid ana attempted to purchase a brick bank building for a 5 payment and 5 a month install ment payments Mr Herrick now takes exception to Uia nonresident notice in a lengthy petition to the board of siivervsors i which he states that he ncvuv made application for aid or supporv and that there Is no reasonable grounds for presuming that ho may do so that he 13 operating a clothins business in Eagla Grovo known as the PurpleEagle which he pail f out bia own earnings the receipts ot which for a two months period amounted to more than The petition also states that Mr Herrick Is a member of tlio Eagle Grove Chamber of Commerce with his dues paid a year in advance that he H worth more than J5000 which statement was amended later and sum of substituted A state nent Is also mado by Mr Hcrriclc that ho has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Williams college In Massachusetts with the class of 1830 nnd names 17 of his classmates for reference Thes3 names inelddo ministers judges and n president of ono of the largo railroads of the country A further statement is mails In Mr Heiricks petition thnt lie has a daughter married to a Wright county farmer and another In ljuhith and that both nro selfsupporting nnd lliat ho is a regular attendant nritJ con tributor to the Congregational ctiurch Mr Herrick came to Eagle trove from Duluth in December The boaul of supervisors hna deferred final action on the matter until a later date Lake Mills Debaters Will Clash With Two Osage Teams Feb 21 LAKE MILLS Feb lounl high school debating teams will eu In two contests Feb 21 the aC tirmativo team oC Osngo will como to Lake Mills while tho Lake Mills nC rirmatlve team will go to Osage Work in debating Is under the direc tion ot Jlartzahn Last week the local teams won from Britt and Clear Lake The ques tion is Resolved that the United States should ccaso to protect by armed forces American capital In vested In Latin America except after formal declaration of war The affirmative team consisting of Harold Helgesen and Eleanor Olsou met Britt here and the negative team Harold Styvo and Joseph Skram won at dear Lake both victories bo ing by unanimous decisions Meager Farm Sale Attendance Blamed on Roads and Weather CLAnKSVrLlK Feb raads and cold weather arc blamed for tho meaner attendance nt farm sales in tills locality In many eases roids iomainod impassable in spite of efforts oC farmers with loams to clear the snow blockades The Kd Wyslo netted about Vem Van Hlyke salo netted tlio Kdwvcl IoavIttK Kale iiuttpil about S1000 Hie A B 1111llctt sale oil lln K 1 bv vcnson farm brut JISOD Tho have niavrd to loo wlioro Mr NVyslo will ilo oir pontowork ihc Van Plyko fnntlly will move intrv liwn and tlio lonvllt family is linlrriilcil as to I heir fu ture resilience Tlio d to Henry Polk of Turnout will take possession Marrh 1 Tlio Ilnrtlott family will isn mov to Waterloo anil K Yol will trn int tho farm next oU Sax Drives Away Thoughts of Cold 1 fii thought ho couldnt piny that ImL tlio cold lioM caught tluil morning ilojiartoil Atost profcs Moiul tKHVplo Know really knocks Rape s COLD COMPOUND Colo a cold in a few hours many through the winter without av trouble Crom colds Its a compound hat comes in little white tablets Taks one and that first snuffle Is juat about the last or several tablets it youva let the cold go until Its serious Panes Compound 1s all you nsk for ami the druggist charges S5o for a pnclingc and it never seems to fail for anybody Cuticura Healed Large Hard Red Pimples on Face and Back W1icn I was but a small child my face began to bother me It itched and burned and pimples broke out The pimples were very large hard and red and were in blotches Some of Uiein festered and when 1 scratched them it caused eruptions They also broke out on my back and my clothing bothered them began using Cuticura Soap and Ointment and was surprised at the improvement and after using two cakes of Cuticura Soap and almost two boxes of Cuticura Ointment I was completely healed Signed Miss EJoise Spuhler Box 222 Mason Ohio Soap 2Sc Ointment 25 and 50c Talcum 25c Sold everywhere Sample each free Address Cuhcun 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