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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 14, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                a MASON CFf Y GLOBEGAZETTE THURSDAY FEB 141929 NINE GETS YEAR FOR ATTACK ON MAN Vfiller Brot Back From Kan I sas City and Given Sen tence by Judge Kelley OSAGB Feb H Miller b was trot back from Kansas City Monday was taken to Charles 1 I ftr Tuesday where pleaded guilty lore Judgo Kelley to having broken Gordon Greens jaw In an encounter over a year ago He was taken that jaame day to Fort Madison where he serve ono year in the peniten tlnry Sheriff Art Hungerford had ihlm arrested in Kansas City last fTriday and sent II B LaRue after him Miller had skipped a bond after he was indicted Bids to Be Let for Road Building Items AMES Feb In thi schedule of road lettlngs this week f are a number of north Iowa counties Bids for materials will be received bj following counties Allamakee Feb 20 cement rein Wclng steel wire mesh lumber lu brjcatfnp oil grease red lead paint freen graphlts paint and gasoline t Worth Feb 20 bridge plank rein steel y Kossuth Feb 21 bridge lumber ath corrugated culvert pipe and utting edges Wright Feb 16 gasoline and kcro ene Butler Feb 21 concrete Writes Ode to Home Brew Efforts Dies CHICAGO Feb 14 Hat icla argued against prohibition In po try last death spoke in ebutta1 Ho aat in Ills room at a bare table A halfemptied bottle of whisky was at his elbow as his pencil moved over a piece of wrapping paper writing When law can keep grapes from growing as they grow And the barley in tho springtime the farmer dara not sow Then I will cliange my sweet desire for R drop of morning dew Unlit that terrible day thank God I can make my own home brew Tha landlord found Hatfielci dead onehand gripping tho bottle his face fallen upon the unfinished nmnu cript It is Important for a state lesisla tura to be Its guard against letrisla tion that Isnt needed or might be harmful The Iowa legislature has plenty of this kind ot work to do dur Ing its present TeJ cgrapli He isnt very much In love if hi writes sensible letters to his best girl Falls Record joodell Game Club Preserves Lake Fish By Cutting Ice Holes CiOODELL Feb G oodell game club has been staging an active ola weather program of preservation if fish at East Twin Lake which Is ocated five miles west ot Goodell Some oC the moro active members and workers ot this club arc George VII dsh Jay Francis Itason and WarneiButts Their mission at this time is the care and prolccton of game fish ot East Twin lake a work hat is made imperative folowtng the ong period of zero and subzero weather If the fish of the lako were to be saved from suffocation it was neces sary that the matter of gelling oxy Ken to them be taken caro of at onre So long as portions of the lako re mained open nature supplied an abundant quantity of oxygen but when the weather is cold enough to freeze the entire surface of the lake to a considerable depth as has been the case during the last month fish cannot exist because of lack of oxy In thinner ice than now prevails cracks mads thru bulging or other wisasupply an intake for air The heavy snows of the past month hav had a tendency to make the Ice sur more air tight than would be the case where the covering of enow wonli be little or none Messrs Butts GreBES Jflkish am Mason have been supplying oxygen t the fish of the lake by a hoi n tho Ice the laUe from which they lump water and allow tho water to lass or the surface of iceRnd acc into the lake in another aperture By this process the fish In the lake will be spared The men are doing this iork without pay A gasolino engine furnishes power with which to operate he pump Ervin Mulkins Dies at His Home in Owatonria HAMPTON Feb icre received word Monday of the death of Ervin MulKms at his homo in Ovvatonna Minn His death was caused by cancer and he had been a patient in a hospital in Rochester Minn Tor several weeks Jlr Mutk Ina daughter Mrs Verne Harris of j thia city had been with her father several days before his death Tho deceased was a son of Mr and Sirs Joab Mulkins of Hampton Case Involving Kossuth Countys Sheriff Goes to Jury Sought AIX3ONA Feb case ot Gingrich vs Sheriff li E Ilovey for damages for wrongful arrest hag been in trial on ho district court hero since Monday and was priven to the jury to decide yesterday afternoon and tho jury deliberating at 5 oclock tst night The case of Judge W Quarinn vs the holts tho lalo r c Cook for his attorneys fees for representing them In gettlnjf them their shares in said estate was begun and the jury has been impanelled cautioned and sworn and discharged until tomorrow morning at D when the casi will be resumed The case of the Stale vs John Robinson of Slicrbiirne for the robbery of he Ponton Stato bunk will follow this cnso The litigation In tho Cook estate has been on foi some years and this la tho last cliip ter 11 Miller and T I ton are attorneys fnr dge Qunrton ustl Attorneys Hughes Taylor oBricn and Faville of Des Molnes uppcur for tlirCook Kslito Emmet Legionnaires Will Meet at Ringsted Feb 11 American Lesion posts and tho aux iliaries Krnmet county will gather Kelt nutmler Cioo County Com Krycs utniounceil to day Attendance is expected to roach 100 and jt special program is being Hay Murray of Kutfalo Center com miLUder oE Mi1 tenth district will be speaker G Wallers will give a talk Pasts to ho rep ynsoniod nt tho Tit nested session aro Ktithcivillc AvnistrotiET Wnllinefa Muplo lllll DolUver and Hingslcd Aflitoy Man Uies at ACKLKY Feb John Donovan 73 for llio past three weeks has hoen in tho St Anthonys homo lu Imtmc tiled at Mercy hospital MonJny nlfirht of heart trouble Ho was born in Now York stiUo and eanio to Ackley years afio Ho nindo his home al trrnatoly wttli hla sister Kato who died Just five week si ngo and tlio home in Itnluiqiie Funeral services were Tliursiliiy inurnlng at 10 nt St Catholic church with burial in PL born i in the St Anthonys home Uu Maws rprnotory Mitchell Selects Orators for St Ansgar Contest Feb At the ileclamatory contest Miss Virginia Walter was awarded first place and Miss Katie Nemeth second place 1n Ilia oratorical division Miss Helen Staroba received first place in the dra matic and Mlaa Verna Ahrens first In humorous division winners iri the first two named divisions will meet winners from other schools of the county at St Ansgar Feb 10 while the winners in the humorous divisions will meet in tho Mitchell school Iho same ovonlnK optional a straight 8 motor in the world famous Studebaker at1 tVir farfnrv KRUNNERSO TIME AHOD Costumes that reflect all the charm and freshness of Spring Smart accessories to enhance and complete ensemble Wards presents this brilliant collection of Springs first models There are new lines in lercsting style details and values here at the factory Tur COIIUAMDEK EICBT ComrwmtE CABRIOLET FOUK six wire wheels neJ trunk raik similar J equipminl Oticr Commander Eight models ts low u 5149 J THE COMUAKDCR Srx CABRIOLET Prices el the factory Hampers and Jfare tires extra V COATS Silhouettes in Spring Coats are pleas antly varied straight belted models boyish cardigans exquisitely furred coats that flare gracefully or fall in uneven hemline Fashioned of warm lightweight woolens often in popular sunburn tans or the newer blues All sizes V whole world has known this magnificent I car as the Sir that sped 25000 miles in less than 03000 minutes in heroic proof of its speed and itamina Only Stndebakers great President Eight has even spectacular dem onstration Think what The Commanders stamina meansto you in year after year of surpassing troutle free performance And now Stndebaker adds to the ap peal of The Commander the winning siJkcn suavity of eightcylinder a price as low as at the factory New body art in line curve and color interprets the very spirit of the new Commanders brilliant performance New riding comfort the result of hydraulic shock ab sorbers and Studebakers ball bearing spring shackles New safety contributed by nonshatterable windshield steel core steering wheel and large amplifiedaction 4wheel brakes New ease of handling at high for the new Commander is lower with a new double drop frame And it looks lower still Come in today and sec the new Commander Ride in it Drive it Trust your own judgment backed by name that has meant quality manufac ture for 77 years i 975 COMMANDER NEW LOW ONE MODELS AND PROFIT PRICES Sedan Regal for five teialts tfwdr rtul Brougham for five lodifnrg 6 mri nlcth truil Victoriayiryffur Cabriolet vrirf vokulst trail rod itg 5 wi STX EIGHT r495 1525 1375 1525 495 Coupe two Roadster two Roadster h 1350 1375 1495 595 OTHER The President Eight The Dictator The Erslrine Six TRICEJ AT THK FACTORY MODELS 860 fa 395 1045 I 1 U Tone In on Studebakcr to Central Time Stations AVIIO WOW and all of NUC Reel Nefworlt North Iowa Motor Co 109 SO DELAWARE AVE PHONE 896 With the approach of Spring frocks take on a new gaiety Dashing prints vie with plain blues greens and yellows for popularity New beauty of line is discovered in the silk crepes with then swathed hipline pleats and tucks scarved necklines Styles and sives for every figure ENSEMBLES The ensemble expressed in heavy silk or featherweight wool is ultrasmart for Spring wear Coats are long or jauntily short and may harmonize or contrast with the col or of the dress The well dressed woman knows the importance of the ensemble All wWXs GLOVES Gloves in or V Iti jira nmar nnd practical Vnrloup shades oC In soft pullon or onebut BAGS srs In pouch or arm styles ora abty fu shntlen nf n to harnionlxo ton styles lire trimmed to On r Misty Mom to 5195 Our Sec Windows Ttoptllo succle nnJ k fashion Springs aftofi in a browns 198 to MONTGOMERY WARD PHONE 57 SECOND STREET N E MASON CITY HOURS A M TO P M   

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