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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 3, 1929, Mason City, Iowa IASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE WEDNESDAY APR 3 29 FIVE FOR ECONOMICAL RANSPORTATION Why over 3OOOOO have already chosen the Xew Chevrolet Smooth SixCylinder Performance Chevrolet adopted the sixcylinder motor because of its greater inherent smoothness As a result the Chevrolet Six delivers its power easily freely and without annoying vibration or body ing at every speed the quiet luxurious comfort that everyone expects of a fine automobile Better Than 20 Miles to the Gallon Due to finer carburetion and improved manifolding this marvelous sixcylinder performance is delivered with fueleconomy of better than 20 miles to the gallon of it possible for those who can afford any automobile to own and operate a Chevrolet Sixl Distinctive Bodies by Fisher 1 Longer lower and roomier finished hralluring colors and offering such fine car features as Fisher W windshield adjustable drivers seat deeptufted upholstery andTernstedt the new Fisher enclosed bodies give the Chevrolet Six an outstanding measure of smartness style and distinction Every Modern Driving Convenience The new Chevrolet Six is clipped with every mod ern feature that contributes to safety and ease of full ball bearing steering mechanism quiet nonlocking 4wheel brakes theftproof Electrolock automatic stop and tail light rear vision mirror electric motor temperature indicator and footcontrolled adjustable beam headlights A Six in the Price Range of the Four Many people do not realize that this marvelous new sixcylinder Chevrolet is actually offered in the price range of the four Compare total delivered prices as well as factory prices when determining auto mobile values You will find Chevrolet delivered prices include the lowest handling and financing charges available ROADSTER 525 PHAETOK525 595 675 Thl SEDAN The COACH 595 Allprlcttf a b factory flint Mlchifm 725 Stdmn DtUnay 595 fl IV Ton ChMdi 3tD IAEA ChiKls with Cab ODD See Your Nearest Chevrolet Dealer S CHEVROLET CO Corner of Washington Avc and 1st St S W Phone 753 R M Sfines Mgr Rockwell Auto Co Motor Inn RLDixon Rockwell la Manly Iowa Plymouth la QUALITY AT LOW COST KING AMANULLAH HOPES TO WIELD ISLAMIC SCEPTER Reports Would Indicate That Mohammedans Support j Candidacy By ERNST DAVIS Associated Vress Correspondent JERUSALEM April 3 lams Conservative masses view with frosty disapproval King Aman ullahs flirtation with the caliphate Reports continue to come from Kabul the Afghan capital that va rious Moslem groups are support ing the candidacy of King Araanul lah Rumors that lie had his eye on Islams highest office began during his European tour and they have persisted in spite of the fact that he has made no formal annouuncc ment of his purpose Problem Complicated The problem both from a praeli al and personal viewpoint is com licatecl and precipitate action ould harm Islam more thau did le deposition oC the former caliph y Kemal Pasha Immediately af er the fall of Abdul Hedjid Moslem uthorities began investigating hether a caliph was essential to le Mohammedan world or not Abdul Medjid has not renounced is claim to the caliphate and fre uently thru some edict addressed o all true believers he reminds Is am of his existence He would huvi o be formally deposed before a sue essor could be chosen This coulc irobably be done on the groum hat the Koran requires the caliph o be the head of an independent Moslem state Abdul Medjid did not meet this requirement Cant Consider Shah Remaining Moslem rulers In so far as they are independent include wo who cannot be considered in connection with the office They are the Shah oC Persia who is a Shiite whereas the caliph must be a Sun nite and Ibn Hand who is a follower of the Wahabi religion which does not recognize the caliphate This leaves only three King Fuad of Egypt King Amanulah and Imam Yehia king of Yeomen King Fuad has already declined the honor and Iman Yehia has iven indication that he would ac cept it Auto Registration in Minnesota Gains GERMANY TO HONOR ALL MOTHERS OF 12 OR MORE CHILDREN BERLIN April 3 cup and a saucer from the Prussian state porcelain factory will here after serve as a reward to Ihe brave mother who ushers her twelfth child Into the world The ministry of health and welfare has decided that effi ciency In child raising should be publicly rewarded and has had a special cup and saucer to be known as mothers cup de signed Over 150 such cups are awaiting the completion of the first dozen in productive house holds The ministry apparently figures generously for during 1927 only eighty twelfth babies arrived A hick town la a place where part of the sound effect with the motion picture is produced by means of Kcvicw TRY OUR REGULAR 40c MEALS SPECIAL CHICKEN SUNDAT DINNER Lunch hero nfler the theater or dance Princess Cafe 112 NO SILKS SILKS SILKS Flat Crepes in Plain Colors Crepe de Chines in Plain Colors Georgettes in Plain Colors and Figures Prints Prints and More Prints CAN NOW DO ANY WORK Thanks to Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound Dcnison think there is Ionic equal to Lydia K Pinkhama Vegetable Com yicniml for nerv ousness and T mvo used Xyclm K Piiikliiuns Sanative Wash and tlic Tills for Constipation I can ccrtainly praise your mcdi ST PAUL April 3 vehicle registration up to April 1 has shown an increase 31280 liI censes and 5405697 more than the same period in 1928 Mike Holm secretary state announced to day For the first three months of 1929 the motor vehicle department issued 610041 plates and collected 5897684727 compared with 578261 licenses during the three months up I to April 1 in 1928 for which 57114939 was collected There are also nearly 70000 de intiuent vehicle owners Mr Holm stated There you are with the four leading silk fabrics of the new spring season Now think of each one of the above weaves in a very complete Jine of colors and patterns and you have something of an idea of the wide selection of silk fabrics you will have to choose from and of course you will naturally come to this store for silks circa for what they have done for me and I wish you STictesg in the future I cnn do nny kinil of now ami vliesi ask me has lielpeil nw T recommend ymir medicines T will nuswer any Utters I receive asking about them ILUMA GREGG Route 3 Box Texas PRINTS are the leaders among the new spring fabrics and they are here in four or five qualities Many of them just ar rived from the leading1 manufacturers Prices range to yard FLAT CREPES jn all wanted plain col ors in three and yard GEORGETTES in plain wanted colors three excellent qualities and yard Figured Georgette new patterns yard CREPE DE colors in one extra good quality yard BE SURE AND VISIT OUR SILK DEPARTMENT WHEN IN THE STORE Cutting and Fitting Service Will Be Very Helpful to You DAMONIGOU CO Woman of 74 Studies for Masters Degree STILIWATER Okla April 3 11 Mrs Lucy 15 Woodhead goes to school with students youngenough o be her grandchildren At 7l she s studying for a master of science degree at Oklahoma A and M uol ege Class work comes so easily to Mrs Woodhead that she finds time o assist fellow students in their essons She went back to school by en tering the Kansas State Teachers college at Emporia with her daugh ter When they were graduated In the same class Mrs Woodhead was the oldest and her daughter the youngest graduate Jewish Women Defer Date of Annual Meet LOS ANGELES April i Women representing 2if local or ganizations with a total member ship of 52000 will meet here next January when the twelfth triennial convention of the national council Jewish women is convened This meeting was originally scheduled for November but the date has been changed Mrs Joseph E Friend president of the council completed all ar rangements for the convention re cently while visiting Los Angeles Mrs George Goldsmith president of the council of this city will be in active charge of arrangements here Lawn Seed Sow In This Ideal April Weather Give your grass seed a chance to grow Cow as early as possible Complete directions for making a good lawn are contained in our pamphlet How to Make a Lawn which is in every carton ot Vaughans Lawn Seed or will be mailed FREE lor asking 1205 So Federal Avr Phnnc 55 Herman M Knudson Prop Widowed Mother of 9 Holds Jobof Jailer BARBOURVILLK Ky April 3 the last seven years a widow who is the mother of nine children has filled the post of jailer in this Kentucky mountain district She was appointed to succeed her husband who was killed when accom panying a sheriffs posse in search of an escaped prisoner During her term she has seen one of her sons shot and killed by a prisoner who made a break for liberty after a revolver had been smuggled to him Mrs Dempsey West the fi2ycar old jailer is now completing her third regular term Spelling Contest Is Poslponrd FOKTSST CITY April Winnebago county spelling contest which was to have been held at For est City Monday has been postponed for a week on account of bad roads A pessimist is is one who takas an umbrella An optimist is one who knows he can steal it if neces Inn Tribune Brighten Up The Breakfast Set With Enterprise Quick Dry Enamel One coat covers wonderfully well and it is ex ceptionally easy to apply A few spare small can of Enter prise Quiclc Drying you have a nice new breakfast set that brightens up the ap pearance of the breakfast room An All Purpose Varnish Per Quart BOQMHOWERSTREETER SMITH HARDWARE Phone 112 113 North Federal A S O N C I T Y H A R D W A Betty Bright89c FOOD Cake Pans 2Sc CALES Kitchen Thermometers Taylor Sewing Machine Tube of Four Kitchen 8Duy Colorcd Porcelain RONING Boards 10c 29c E OWEL BARS 24 inch OU MUST BE SATISFIED AMPERS98c CLEANER lOc Garden50c MATS 75c PAPER 3 for 25c CANS No CLOTHES LINE 25c BEATERS15c C cS89c DON MacPEAK Prop 27 E State Phone 98
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