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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 19, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                Snow Again Halts Waverly Debaters The Wavcrly school debaters wcto to conio to Mason City to meet lotal debaters Monday afternoon wci unable to make Iho trip on ac count of the snow Untl bad ioiul condi tions Coach Tcoiiard Raker of J Planned to accompany tho teams Guy L Croson Mason City coach ana almost despaired this year as this makes tho second or third tlmo that tile weather man has wrought havoc with hia debate schedule The Waver ly debate will be held as soon as the weather permits Weanesday Coach Oroaen pans to take a college and a nlsh scho team to Eagle Grove The college debate will bo decision and and the high school nondeciaiou Irene liolman and Mary Stevens n ake up the college tcnm Tlioy take tho negative o the question Re solved That the United States should cease to protect by armed force cnpi tit I invested In Iatln America except after l formal declivilin of war GOLDENS STOMACH TABLETS Highly efficient In tho treatment relief of occasional or established stomach disorders such as ulcer dvs pepBia gastritis sour nnd nlcoholic slomach Send for Free Pamphlet A A GOtjDKN CO loOl Wash Ave N Ucpt 10 Minnc apolis Cough Prescription Contains No Chloroform Or j Other Harmful Drugs f Tlie use ot medicines containing chloroform or dope to relieve coughing 5 is dangerous and unnecessary Now anyone can get quick cure relict with J afamous prescription called Thoxine i which contains no chloroform or other j I Harmful drugs and is safe and to take Thoxlne is thoroly efficient because it has a double the irrl direct to the internal I cause and stops tho cough almost lu stantly Far superior to cough syrups and patent medicines Also excellent J for sore throat Quick relief guaran or your money back y6c GOc and 5100 Sold by Huxtable Drug Co Casey Drug Co and all other drug stores EAST KENTUCKY AND VIR GINIA SPLINT BLOCK COAL KBNTDCKT JACK LUMP Warm Friendi less Are Delivered Fricu 501 3rd St N E Ph C6356J LOSS IN SALE IS NOT DEDUCTIBLE If Property Was Built as In comeProducing Plan Losses May Be Used MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TUESDAY FEB 191929 INCOME TAX IN A NUTSHELL WHO Single persons who had not Income ot or more or Sross Income of 55000 or more and married couples who had net In come of or more or gross in come ot 25000 Or more must Cile returns WHEN The filing period ends Mnrcli 15 1923 WHEHK Collector of internal revenue for the district in which tho person lives or has his prin cipal placo of business HOW Instructions on Forma 101DA and I0i0 WHAT One and onoImlf pel cent normal tax on tho Clrat In excess of the personal exemp tion and credits Three per cent normal tax on the next Five per cent normal tax on the balance of the Income Surtax on net come in excess ot NO 15 A lots on tlio aato or residential PJopmly purchased or conatrucioU by Iho taxpayer for use as his pursomu iLaidenco nurt so used by liini up 10 the thno ot tlio salo is not deductible Where however property BO pur chased or constructed is prior to its snlo routed or otherwise appropriated to incomeproducing purposes iihd is used for such purposes up lo the time oC Its salo a loss from the sale ot the property computed as provided In sec tion III of tlio llevcnue Act of 1D2S is an allowable deduction in an amount not to exceed the excess of the value of the property at the time it was ap propriated to incomeproducing pur Poses with proper adjustment for de preciation over the amount realized from ths sale However incase the property was so appropriated prior to March 1 the loss H an allowable deduction In an amount not to exceed tlio excess ot the value of tho property at tho time it was so appropriated or at March 1 1913 whichever is greater with proper adjustment for depreciation over the amount realized from the sale A person claiming a deduction for a loss incurred In the salo of residential property should attach to his return a statement showing liow tho deduction was computed including facts as to tlie use of tho property supported liy evidence records It possible and the date the property wns appropriated to incomeproducing purposes and ils value on thedate it was so appropri ated Meservey Rural Carrier Resorts to Use of Skis MESERVET Feb N Smith rural mail carrier delivered mall on pnrt his route Monday on a pair of skis F E Dykstra Opens Office in Mason City F E Dykstra a representative of the MM West Commercial Credit com pany has opened an office in the First National bank building numbers Mr Dykstra finances paper thru dealers working open accounts receivables auto Installment paper and radios Ho came hero frum Siois City NEW BLOCK IN FIRE ENGINE St ought on Pumper Now Ready for Service Says Chief Dan Shire Installation the new block for the lingo Htousliloii tlio local fire station completed Monday at tcruooa nnd tho improved fire fight ing enssmo given a threehour workout nt tho P O and E pool Tues day forenoon to get it limbered up for service Tlio hiio pumper which Is an Important part oC the local fire fighting equipment has been out of service for more than a week Jortunatcry during Iho time Ihr tituughton pumper waa being raniUred no serious fire requiring tlio or the big machine visited the city Two smaller chemical machines andu Inrjre Senffrave pumper ivere on hand night fires during that time Jlic motor works JilR new with llic new blodc and chief JXin Shire rests easier now that 10 is flMy to fislit any fire that nilglit break out Waffle Hungry Heres your chance to have thick crisp Waffles cooked right at the table in an elec tric Waffle Iron And besides you may serve them on a charming new set of colored breakfast china You can get Waffle Iron and Dishes for about the price of a Waffle Iron alone with a SAVING OF or I 5 piece set Lemoges China in the popular squared shape ManningBowman Waffle Iron and China Complete down 50c week A can of Wesson Oil FREE with each Waffle Iron Come in and see the Waffle Baking Demonstration Gas Electric Compaiiv FOR UETTKIl APPLIANCES 45 Hogs at Britt Sale Bring Average Sheets aU oC pedigreed Poland China hoys at auction Satur day at tlio fitlrgruuiuls Tim top lmbbrot I50 Tho nvcr ago for tho entire herd was S1 60 licro were buyers present from many slntca includhiBNebraska Missouri Illinois Kansas Minnesota ua well us fliWcrcnt parts oC our own state W J Murphy of Mason City Uio auttloncer with Elton Malion ot llio Poland China Journal uiul Hugh Thompson of tho Iowa Homestead as tielamcn Pollock Talks for Three MidYear Grads at Clarion CLARION Ifcb cx oiciscs for three midyear firaduates were held in the high school assembly irlday The graduates were Omega JIcGnith Thelma Hull ami Julian Hrown Miss Elizabeth ArcherU ac companied by Mlsa Jessie Archord both members of tiio alumnae sane two solos Trees and Boats The srartuatlon address was given by the Kev J s Pollock and the diplomas were presented by Superintendent G D Eaton Mcscrvcy School Closed MISSERVJiY Feb account oC blocked roads from Sundays itorm busses were unable to go so no ichool was held hero Monday All You Who Have INDIGESTION Aali Urup or Iivuly Drug Co Aliuut urirruns Bark Theres a sure wayto put mi end o sUibboni indigestion gas shortness ot breath ami all Ihr ailments that arc caused by i had Ntomnch You arc simply pntchlncr up ynnr ttoniach when you I a lea things that only give relief for a few hours Why not bniKl iij your rundown it strong and vigor ous so that you cin eat you want any thno you want to without Iho slsn of OiHtrrsv TJaros iMenthurcpsiu is what cv rry stoniach sufferer pleay anf tonic elixir for all istoinach iUw Th on sands of bottles of are sold every he it is the one aulslnmlnjgr su premely clTootLvc sloniach remedy that is Kiiurantord liy ITnxtrihlc Co Urady Orufj Co and evcry whoro to end rhroniu indigestion or iiionoy S II I BACKERS PLAN BANQUET Iowa Night to Be Staged at Y M C A Election on Schedule Alumni and former students oj the University of Iowa will meet at the Y M C A Saturday night Feb 22 for tlio nationwide Iowa program to be broadcast from station WSUI Iowa City The annual election of officers oC the Mason City association will be i pait of tho prograon too A dinner will bo sbrved at C oclock in one of tlie smaller rooms of the building BO tlmt the radio may be huolted up Ijtst year tho meeting wis held in ths liireo banquet hull nul reception wua not satisfactory rnroniit to Attend Friends of the University particu larly parents ot students there now win bo welcome nt tho meeting ac cording to tho committee in charge Arrangements for attendance may bo murto thru Mrs C M Fvanchere secrotary of the MdoclaUon Flutes will bo one dollar As a part ot the brief business meet in lions will bo tulicn lo complete a statewide organization of Hlwuni and former students Kxtrncts from the proposed constitution of tho new as sociation will bo vead and discussed incl suggestions received Tor Improve ment A delegate will bo elected to represent thu TMiscm City organization at tlio nnnunl alumni meeting in Iowa City on Juno 1 To Ivovido Unllols Every alumnus of llio university is to bo provided with a ballot for ex pressing his or her choice as to certain mutters in connection with tho re vamped organization now getting un der way Frederic G Hlgbee an engi neering professor at the university is acting secretary Retiring officers of the Mason City nssoclalion Include W Earl Hall president Mrs Norra Allin Dakln vice president Mrs Rosalie Martin Franchere secretary II J Bryant Kcmley Glass A IT Kohl Hugh II Shopard and Miss Mollle McGtnvan board members Pioneer Club Sees Moving Pictures Members of the Pioneer Club were entertained by eijht reels of moving pictures at their last meeting A three reel picture York town showed tho surrender of Lord Corn wallls to General Washington in the Revolutionary war This picture was furnished by the Klwanls club Other pictures wore educational or comedy films Ono reel dealt with fire preven tion CHEAP DRUNK IS DISCOVERED Internal Application of Hair Tonics and Lotions Is in Vogue AHho hair tonics and face lotions nay not score a hit as palate ticklers hey have tlio merry comblnution ot a wallop1 and low cost which makes feasible a cheap drunk and the cf ectlveness of these liquor substitutes as been brot out in police court dur ifr the past few days T E Shook who was arrested Mon iy ona charge u Intoxication leaded guilty before police Judge owell Forbes Tuesday morning and snfesscd to having given himself a hcral internal application of the II uid intended for external uso only overal other defendants have admit id imbibing in this odoriferous liquid ith a kick To Police Judge Forbes query at the defendant was aware that iirbolic acid also packed a wicked Shook replied he had not ex lerlmented with it as yet Shook was to serve 15 days in the unty ja41 J H Gallagher and Glea on also pleaded guilty to Intoxication ind were given their choice ot a ine or five days In tho county jail In lefiuilt of payment of the fine they vere committed to jail a LITIGANTS MAKE OWN AGREEMENT Case Involving Auto Dispute Settled Out of Court Jury Selected The action of John TV McMillan vs the Olson Motor company was settled out ot court Tuesday morning aftei a jury was selected to try tho caso Monday afternoon before Judge Jo seph J Clark Mr McMiiJan claimed that the bear ings had been burned out of the auto mobile ho purchased from tho Olson Motor company last spring He hat returned the machine but the com pany had refused to accept It His ac tion was for the full purchase price of Settlement Is said to have been reached by n trade of automobiles and the payment of by the defendant Tho firm of Senneff Bliss Wltwer and Senneff represented the plaintiff while R F Clough was attorney for tho Olson Motor company W S Taylor Wins Sales Prize fov His Company S Taylor sales agent for the agency of the National Uiscult fompaiiy lias been awarded third prto in 1 competitive contest conduct ed during among eight sales agon clcs in this section Ilc shared the award with R W King and A O Scott who are now at Des Mollies anc Kansas City rcspeollvely Meservey Has Biggest Snow in its History MUSHUVFy Feb have unt been able to get in or out 01 Moscrvey for more than two weeks The roiids drift full of snow fastci Hum they can bo cleaned There Is more snow In the main street ot towi Ihis winter tlinn was over known be fore Get Acquainted With Silver Creek Lump The Popular Priced Coal We have handled Silver Creek Lump for the past two years and it has given Wonderful Satisfaction Have You Tried It If not phone us your order Today Silver Creek Lump is equal to most coals we sell it For Only Per Ton Delivered INDEPENDENT GRAIN FUEL Co 0 II Hainliii I PliotKi M A 110 South Federal Ave MCWALTONS HAVE NEW NAME Resolution Adopted to Call Local Group Cerro Gordo County Chapter A resolution to change tho name ot tho local Izaak Walton League chap ter from tho Mason City chapter to tha Cerro Gorrto county chapter was adopted at a meeting ot tho league held Monday evening in the p Q and 2 building The change was made in order to take in towns outside ot Mu son City ivho arc desirous of forming chapters It was stated Members ore also expected to ally themselves with the local organlwitlon from towns In Worth and Kloyd counties Plans were made Cor a good fellow ship banquet to bo hold at tlio Y AI C A 27 Nearly 300 persons are expected to bo present 11 is planned to offer tor entertainment five reels ot motion pictures dealing with sub jecis kindred lo Iznak Unlton League activities A program from one nnd a half to two hours la planned Tho pictures are niaclo hy a German film company that specializes In showing unusual pictures Tlio presentation ivill include pictures ot a stag hunt n lion hunt undersea life bird life and plants und flowors President Frank Ooodman reviewed sonic of the work already done hy the Gospel Team Works Under Difficulties Gospel Teaming Under Difficul ties isnt the title of a book but mem bers ot tho Y M C A gospel team feel that they could wrllo several volumes on the subject A team of six Henry HeinieiKUngcr Jay Conlay Keith Gilpm Jena Walk er John Wallace and Evron Kargcs went to Forest City Sunday to orcn the evangelistic campaign for the Rev M D Bush pastor of the First Meth oiist church there Tha return trip was a series of bat tles with snowdrifts Tho team was forced to stop several times at farm houses to get water for Its auto A slnigglo with n balky motor also ad ded to tho incidents of the trip the boys stated unsatisfactory conditions noiv prevail ing are tlie principal objects of the three day gathering Arthur W Large Chicago president said In opening tho preliminary sesslon today HAVE PLAN TO PREVENT FLOODS Drainage Congress Considers Method of Keeping River in Control MEMPHIS Tcnn ireb 19 Stops lo remedy what Is termed the present unstitiiifactorjcondition of Iho levee nnd drainage districtu In the sections or tlie Mbsisslppi valley sub league and told of some oc tho bills to overflow came under the con Slsluture I deration of the national drainage JOESALTIS ENDS SENTENCE One Time Chicago Beer Baron Will Sojourn which aro now before tho legislature j Some of these bills he declared to ho in interests of the league ami others decidedly against them He highly commended the bill which would give 05 per cent of the iccciiUs of fish and game licenses to a com mission for conservation pnvposcs Tile other 5 per cent would be put Into 1 reserve fund to bo used In an emer gency When this fund had reached the sum of JSOOOO the whole 100 per cent would bo used for conservation purposes until the reserve fell below when the 5 per cent would be again diverted for the reserve fund Mr Goodman said lie had yet to find an cxscrvlco man who ia in favor of the bill which proposes to license ex service men to hunt and fish without fee Blue prints or tho proposed bass pond were shown lo tho members present Members were of the opinion that the pond offered exceptional pos sibilities as a nursery for bass or pike irnngrcss at Ils opening session here tuclny Hnsincers and drainage experts from various parts of tho country and roiirescnlatives of tho department ot tho interior were on the program Drainage flood control reclamation land conservation and allied subjects occupied tho attention of the conjress composed of railroad officials bank ers nnd business men as well ns con HUltiiifr engineers and government rep resentatives A thoro Eliidy ot drainage and relat ed problems and moans ot eliminating CHILDREN WHO ARE UNDERWEIGHT NEED Coughs guide action jtltftt safety PERTUSSIN soothes cough quickly because it removes tho duuecatue It safer because it is matin by the Specat Tacschncr Process and without harmful drugs It aids Nature to loosen the phlesm and clear the air passages It is so harmless that it may be taken freely even by children Alt any doctor or Safe for Every Cbugh at Miami CHICAGO Feb 19 Sallls erstwhile beer baron Chicagos tem pestuous south side is free He walked out of the Bridewell to day where he completed a 60day sen tence gun he was thru with the beer racket At the door lie was met by Mrs Snl tls Paddy Sullivan a friend and his chauffeur Jnlco Shay Im leaving tonight for Miami he announced Uscorted by two detective bureau stjuad eaia ho moved away Threats to rearrest by federal agents failed to materialize Saltls is under bond awaitinghearing ot pending federal charges against him Tbeso charges tho former beer bar on dismissed blandly with a wave of his hand as a bum rap I like your place here very much he told Stipt James Curran I thot at first that I miqht serve out the tine too but I guess Ill go south in stciii Spanking as Effective as Oath Mayor Finds CHEROKEE Feb 19 K rdstrom believes fear of t spanking Is Just as good as an oath when a child is called lo testify Iivn recent caso before him the plaintiff offered his 0year old child as a witness The defendant demurred on the score of the youths age Do you know the nature of an oath ho asked Never mind about tho oath an older sister said he knows that if ho does not tell the truth ho gels it spank The hoy testified Dr C R Smith of New Hampton Takes Over Dr Walkers Practice Ur C R Kmilh of New Hampton IIH taken over the chiropractic prac tice oE Dr R A Walker 30J East Stale street and wilt move his wife and three children liero shortly Dr Smith is a graduate ot the Davenport school of chiropractic and hits been In practice at New Hampton for seven years Dr and Mrs SmithA three children arc Margaret Ann 8 Mary Kathleen 2 and AKHCS Covrine 1 Dr Walker lias accepted a position the Xatlonal Travelers CitsunSty company of DCS Motncs for whom ho will trivo as district Ho bad been in practice here two years THE SECRET of 8kin and Hair liveliness IN THE regular daily use of Culi cura Soap and the occasional vise of Culicitra Oiulmcnl everywhere have discovered the secret of natural beauty The Soap fragrant and pure to cleanse the Ointment antiseptic and healing to remove pimples and irritations Soap 25c Ointment 25caod 5Dc Talcum 23c Sample each tee AttJrus 13FMaiden Ingrown Nail Turns Right Out A few drops of Outgrro in the crcv ico oC tho ingrowing nail reduces In fkimmatlon and pain and ao toughens tho tcnderr aensitlvo skin underneath the too nail that it cat not penetrate llio flesh and the nail turninaturally outward nlmpHt over night is a harmleaa nnllsoptlc inanufaeUircd for evor any one can buy from the store a tiny holtlc containing inns Power Fanning School Draws 100 to Wesley WESLEY Feb than a hundred msn mostly farmers of this locality attended tha power farming school and entertainment nt tha peter hall which held Monday The nrogram consisted ot a Ireo din ner and movie talks End domonstrn tlons on Hie nowest farm equipments 75 Give Farewell Party to Lake Mills Family UAK13 MILLS Feb aiul Mrs C T Bereland and family will move to RieeviHe the end of this month where they have rented a farm About 75 Criends gathered at theirhome In Lalto Mills recently to thrni farewell Their son Clar ence who Is employed in a druK store here will remain In Lalto Hills KobSleils for Funeral MESI3RVBY Feb the first llmo in years bohsleds were used in tlie tuneral oi Mrs Mary Smith hers Monday to convey tho horty from tlio farm home 3H miles north ivest lo town The snow fs tiiico to filx feet deep In the roadi and almost Impassable for oven sleds School Addition Election Ixisci HUMBOLDT Feb special election Monday at Gllmore Cily on n proposition to Issue hoiuls fur for tho erection of an addition to tlo public srhnol building resulted In tlift defeat of OHmenKiiro with 1J7 voifs Tor and IfiO asains the proposUiun Wednesday and Thursday Special PORK SAUSAGE Lb BEEF Young Tender Loin Steak Lb Fancy Loin Spare Ribs Lb PORK Meaty NECK BONES 3cLb BEEF Good ROAST Lb Fancy VEAL CHOPS 15c Lb ATWATERKENT EIECTRODYIMAIUIC MODEL 53 ellinonc EtectroDynimic A C let Laj 4117 MODEL 46 AC CAher AC nd I rectifying tnbc Leu njixj 46i MODEL F2 Blceuo Dynimic SpcaVci Listen to the Real Bass pHB DASS VIOL is included in the or JL chestra because its deep low notes ice an essential pare of music With this new set you hear those low clearly naturally without exag geration The top flight of the vio lin and the piercing sweetness of the piccolo are just as true just is natural too You miss nothing with this set that tells the truth about everything Convenient Payments Arranged Mason City Hardware Co Model 46 PJ SpcVct Phone 9S 27 East State SI   

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