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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 15, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                EIGHT JON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE FRIDAY FEB 15 1929 FitfulSleep If m tm ftnSm axtumcTiun iMUOBdiB mnd wd body in on tlMTem K imyjua ft pBgla gout 01 WHEELERS NERVE BteiilaT I Kt la throw off build up resistance ud fortify the grip and flu Groves BROMO QUININE LAXATIVE TABLETS HOW TO FIGHT EXCESS FAT There are hard ways like starvation tot fewer and fewer employ them There is a pleasant way modern and scientific combats the cause A vast number of people now use it And the slender figures now seen ererywhere are largely 4ue to that is embodied mMarmola prescription tablets People have used them for 20 of boxes of them And everybody in almost every sees the change New beauty new health Dew vitality Each box of Marmola contains the formula also the scientific reasons far results So users have no fear of harm Learn the facts about Marmola because at the good it has done Ask your drug a box with the honk Iben decide TURKEY WATCHES TROTZKY CLOSER Government Guarantees For mer War Leader Wont f Leave Country BULLETIN CONSTANTINOPLE Feb 15 of a soviet steam er early tills morning in he direc tion of Muilaiiia across tho Sea of Mannara in Brusa AsiaMiuur gave rise lo ho belief Leon Trotzly might bq nltoard Under Turkish law uuly Turkish boats are permitted 10 ply between Turkish ports CONSTANTINOPLE Feb is Turkey has adopted strict measures to forestall unpleasantness growing out of the presence ot Its white elephant guest Leon Trotzky Increase In com munist sentiment Is regarded aa a pri mary clanger in tho exile of the former soviet war chief and the government is not being caught napping Passport restrictions always strin gent have been tightened to prevent followers of Trotzky froni Russia gath ering about him In the past tho EAST KBNTDCKTf AND VIR GINIA SPLINT BLOCK COAL KENTUCKY JACK LUMT Maltes Warm Friends W G BLOCK COMPANY These Are Delivered Prices fiOl 3rd St N B Ill G635G4 Prescription He Wrote in 1892 is the Worlds Most Popular Laxative When Dr Caldwell started to practice medicine back in 1S7B the needs Cor a laxative wero riot as great aa they ive today People lived normal quiet lives ate plain wholesome food and sot plenty of fresh air and sunshine But even that early there were drastic physics and purges Cor the relief of constipation which Dr Caldwell did not believe were good Cor human be ings to put intotheir system So he wrote a prescription for a laxative to be used by his patients Tho prescription for consUpaUon that he used early In his practice and which he put in drug stores in 1S02 junder the name oC Dr Caldwcirs Syr Pepsin Is a Ilijujtl vegetable reme dy intended for women children and elderly people nnd they need just sucli i mild safe gcnlla buWcl stimulant as Syrup Iepsln Under successful management this IHuscrljition lias provenits worth ami is now the largest selling liquid laxa tive In the world The fact thatmil 3ons of bottles aroused t year proves that it has won the confidence of peo ple who needed it to get relief from headaches biliousness flatulence indl Bestion loss of appetite and sleep bad reatl dyspepsia colds and fevers Millions of families aro now never nthout Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin nd if you will once start using it you AT AGE B3 will alto always have a bottle handy for emergencies It Is particularly pleasing to know that the most of it Is bought by mothers for themselves and the chil dren tho Syrup Pepsin Is just as val uable for elderly people Ail drug stores have tho generous bottles ENGAGEMENT RUMOR Itumors in London say that the engagement of tho Duko ot Glou cester third son of King George will bo announced soon His name is linked with Scott government has been so persistent in amptng out sporadic communist agi ition that no organized group oE tliat alth exists anywhero Hi the country Two arrests at Adrionople further vinced the official attitude Both ot lose arrested wereturks one a chool teacher and the other an elec ician Meanwhile another days train left onstantlnple for Angora capital of he country without Trotzky aboard ha soviet consulate at which he is esldlng under the name of SelbrotE still heavily guarded altho some ersons were allowed entrance there Turkey Is maintaining a hands off ollcy Turkish newspapers havo been not to mention the exiles amo and it Is understood from usual reliable sources that the only romlso made by Turkey to the soviet overnment is that she will exercise ue precaution to see that Trottky oes not leave tho country The job f closing his lips and hiding him rom public view Is delegated to so let officials you feel that cold coming on head it off Bayer Aspirin Almost everybody knows how these tablets breakup colds but why not prevent them Take a tablet or two at the very first sign of a cold and spare yourself a lot of inconvenience and suffering Do the same when a headache threatens or cwhen you feel the least twinge of neuralgia neuritis rheumatism or similar pain Bayer Aspirin is sure relief as many have discovered It is quite harmless as physicians have long declared It does not affect the heart so you may take Bayer Aspirin freely Use as a gargle for sore throat toremove the infection You can get the genu Jfie at any drugstore Bayer Aspirin Bayer on every package and on each tablet identifies the genuine Aftptrln mirk of Btjtr Manufacture or Momxcetlociteater or SillcjllcacU SPIRIN EUROPES COLD WAVE CONTINUES Britons Suffer Heavily in Unprecedented Spell of SubZero Weather LONDON Feb 15 con tinued today in tho grip of an unpre cedented cold wave There was a slight Increase In tem peratures in some quarters but gen erally there was no amelioration of the bitter cold which has blanketed most of the continent with snow and Iceand wrought untold suffering Somo Coal In Sight Speedy action at the coal mines in Chechoslovakia promised some relief to centers where fuel shortages had reached a serious staga but against this one favorable report thero were many others of disrupted train serv ice isolated towns and human misery One particularly pathetic story came from Poland where a young peasant bride going from her native village to a church In PlottUow for her wedding was found frozen to death in her sleigh The Riviera suffered from the worst snow in 140 years The weight ot the threeinch fall caused tho roof of a garage to collapse burying a score of persons and Injuring three oE them England bore the brunt of temper atures fromeight below zero fahren heit to a few degrees above The weather was described as the worst since 1835 Britons Suffer Greatly Britons unaccustomed to auch havo suffered preatly An eight inch snow fell at Dover and the fall along the Saturday Candy Specials Riverro Hard Candy with filled centers Ib Chocolate Dipped Peanuts b Bimte Chocolate Covered Cherries Ib 69c 69c formerly Killianilnt SPIRIT FLUNKS OUT IN WINNING AWARD faxi Driver Cannot Make His Unearthly Friend Behave NEW YORK Fob 15 spirit vho insisted Epcling Aaron when 10 Avas supposed to spell puppet ailed to win for Aaron Storch a com ifnation taxi driver ami eptrltualisttc medium a prize offered by tile nasrazltie Science fc Invention for roof oC spirit phenomena sutfEcent o establish the power oC splritual sm Storch with the aid or Aerial a G 00yearold spirit and some intricate eremony had sought to the prize eated with three assistants around a abla ho ate a pear mumbled a vords in Hebrew lit seven candles mafle each of his assistants eat halt an apple and sipped water from one if seven full glasses With tho preliminaries completed he called upon Axrial to spell thru the word that lad been secreted in an envelope and placed electric light bracket al inoet directly over his head Tho table raised one Ins and tapped j once for A Storch wailed eight minutes and ashed Axrial and the tallo to start all over agam But again came tho single tap fol lonod a moment later liy nnothcr tap and letting the table or Axrlal com plete tlio ivovd Storeli found it had spelled Thats funny said Slorch Thats my first name maybe you want to talk to me But Axrial had said all it cared to say for the evening Storch blamed hfs faiure on the opening of a window which ho said changed tho vibrations wliolo channel was the heaviest In years In Czechoslovakia 143 trains were cancelled to permit trains currying coal to leave tho mine districts for Austria and Hungary Trains from Rome to Paris wero 15 and 20 minutes ato The WarsawBucharest Express arrived 51 hours lute while the Slm plouOrfcnt express duo In Bucharest from Paris yesterday hold fast by snow in Jugoslavia Michigan Legislature Gets Bill to Legalize PariMutuel Race Betting LANSING Mich Feb IB bill to legalise parlmutuel batting on horee races n Michigan was Intro duced in the houseof tho legis laturetoday Its sponsor Represen tatlve Alonzo B Green of declared it was designed primarily t4 allow betting on county fair races would authorize however two licens tracks in Wayne county Texas Coed Bandit Granted So tho poor can finish her education porlmiJS Cedar Rapids Dvciiini j Republican When your Children Cry for It Baby has little upsets at times All your care cannot prevent them But you can be prepared Thenyou can do what any experienced nurse wouUl most physicians would tell you to a few drops of plain CaHtoria No sooner done than Baby is soothed relief is just a matter ol moments Yet you have eased yom child without use ot a single doubtfu drug Castoriais vegetable So its safe to uso as often as an infant has any little pain you cannot pat away And its always ready for the crude pangs of colic or constipation o diarrheu effective too for old chi j tlren million bottles wen bought last year i Burial Services for Amos Nervig Wright Farmer Held Tuesday EAGLE GROVE Feb services for Amos T Nervig 67 wero hold at the residence three miles east of Engle Gro at noon and at Trin ity Iutheran church south ot Hardy on Tuesday the Rev Mr KJorlaug of Thor officiating assisted by the Itov T j Severtson of tho East Side Lutheran church oC Eagle Grove Mr Xervig is survived by hfa wife who was before her marriage Miss Sadie Nelson one daughter Edith four sona Stanley Donald Irving and Thomas also two brothers Hadlcy Nervlg of Slater and John Nervig of Green Mountain Iowa three Bisters Mrs Helga Weeks of Slater Mrs Anna Heggen of Hardy and Mrs Judith Robbing of Ames For a number of years Mr Nervig was secretary of the schools of Hum boldt county Iako township CASTORIA New Modes for the Spring Style Parade A LONG comes spring with a profusion of new designs smart exclusive fabrics and un usual trimming details They meet the demands of youth and the new Printzess Travelures which have just arrived to take their place so correctly in the parade of Spring fashions Paris influences inspired them and as a result they represent the best in fashion Travelure Sports Cmts for Town Country or Travelwecr In designs of simple but exclusive good taste The cape the new molded straightline and the throw collar silhouettes in novel inter pretation give a style significance to a group of really outstanding models The materials are basket weave nub tweed biarritz coating ombre stripe fancy check and fancy coating With clever trimming plain or fur collared The type of garment that will be smart for street country or travel wear Beautifully tailored All models are beautifully tailored and finished with crepe or silk sat in linings On advance display for early spring wear Sports wear section second floor Printzess tailored You cannot make a happier choice than one of these excellent Print zess values They have been made according to highest Printzess standards of workmanship For misses and women In styles for miases and women 14 to 46 Also a splendid assortment of Petite styles for women of shorter stature All are beautifully designed models Formerly KiHiansInc Assistant Head of U S Shipping 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