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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 15, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Heato Coal Black Diamond CLEAN AND BOOTLESS MORE ASH wc Roy Gitt Manager COL E Phone 563 and 564 Be a BoosteSM ASON CITYW Mason City L i Bmld Invest and Trade in Mason City With the Following Progressive Firms uxus PIES For Your Between Meal Lunch ALL FOR Em E B HIGLEY CO Phones 115116 ANNOUNCEMJENt We are now an authorized United Motors Service for Harrison Radi ators in this complete line for your inspection Radiators of any description for any make of car truck or tractor repaired or recored Wen Auto Body Radiator Repairs 212218 South Delaware Ave phone 873 j FIlli jj 8 J j rTTf The Firms Represented on This Page Have Been Carefully Selected By the Globe Gazette and We Feel Your Dealings With Them Will Be Satisfactory to the Highest Degree Interesting News Articles ofFirms You Should Know Automobile Glass Plate and Window Glass Paints Varnishes Brushes HUGH SON Phone 874 15 2nd St S W HARRISON PRINTING Call 45 or 46 KLIPTO LOOSE LEAF LEDGERS ETC Klipto Loose Leaf Co NEXT TO POSTOFFIGE Blood Tested Chicks Health Assured Guaranteed to live Prices No Higher Than Ordinary Chicks Mason City Hatchery 12014thStSW Phone 2041 HealthNeurocalometer Service MayeEBudlongDC Lady Doctor of Chiropractic UNTUNED PIANOS HURT MUSIC EAR Pitch Discrimination May Be Permanently Impaired You would never knowingly per mit the musical ears of your child ren to receive an Injury that would retard their musical progress all thru life tsaysForest Jacobs th piano ttmcrv t Mscay parents do that very thing1 thothey do not do so intentionallyManydo notltnow that association with pfarips which are out of tune will seriously ira pair the musicalear malting it im possible for the child to distinguish correct intervalsof music During youth tha organsof hearingare most susceptible to training1 Impressions madein early life are the come fixed ideas that dominate all thru life If correct tone and pitch is tobecome Ideal music stu dents should associate only iu stuments which are kept always in good tune Educatorshave proved that the study of the piano accelerates the action of the mind develops accur ate thinking poise and confidence and trains the memory Our great est musical educators say Regular tuning keeps the piano interesting it furnishes an incen tive for the student to practiceand above it makes it possible for the one tailinglessons to develop musically In order to keep apiano tuned to the proper pitch it should be tuaed four time a year August Gelhaus BuriecL in Cemetery at Rockforcl ROCKFORD May liAuguat Gelhaus of Charles Cllywasburied in the Flood Creek cemetery near Rockford Mr Gelhaus lived east of Rock ford for many years until he moved from bis farm to Charles City Ho leaves his wife who is quite ill and several children who live on farms near Rockford Eight Stock Exchanges Proposed for New York Phone 399 429430 M B A Concordia Hospital Group Elects Head ESTHERVELLE May 15 Directors of the Concordia Lutheran hospital association have elected M J Woldenbf VVatHngfora president of the association the articles of in corporationlor which were recently adopted O N Refseli of Esther ville was elected vice president The Rev Otis L Langof EathervUle is secretary and Fred Ehlers of Ji therville treasurer The troublewith call money at froni 15 to 20 per cent is Jt isnt within Constitution By WILLIAM H KUHNS SHEET METAL WORK Jhe utmost importance as it DIRAY Phone 963 PAULEY 42125 So CO EDMUND H PRIOR ART ANDEXCEMjENCE IN Memorials OF EXCLUSIVE DESIGN 21 SOUTH FEDERAL PHONE 39 Associated Press Feature Writer NEW YORK May 14 New York stock exchanges instead of the present three are in prospect to accommodate several million new Investors thruout the country whose transactions have put a terrific strain on available market facili ties When the curb market built a roof over its head and became a closed corporation the historically convenient arrangement of one cen tral exchange and a strefet market for the overflow caine to an end Has Third Center The securities market of the New York produce exchange Was lauch cd as a third tradingcenter to pro vide ail organized supervised mar ket and quotation system for stocks which could not be squeezed on the big board and the curb Five more exchanges now have shown a desire to come to the res cue of overtaxed market machin ery They are the maritime ex change the rubber exchange thci cotton exchange and the New York lide and skin exchange If all succeed in amending their charters to permit securities trad ng they are expected to limit list ngs to stocks in enterprises con nected with their respective com modity markets Wall atreet prophets who claim tobe able to see around corners be fore they come to them predict that the next few years will witness a considerable specialization of stock trading Each economic unit they believe will tend to concen trate its activities both commodity and security in its own exchange William Beatty president of the New York produce exchange saya that the board of managers of that institution which has occupied the big red brick building at the foot of Broadway since 1884 are highly satisfied with the growing volume of trading New Factors at Work Tha large increase in the volume of trading recorded on the security exchanges of the United States dur ing the past two years he said have suggested certain new factors at work It seems increasingly sure that while single industries exposed to competition may show loss of ground trading in securities gener ally will in all probability increase steadily One reason for this is that mod ern invention and improved organ ization of industry have increased the creation of wealth and a sound political and economic system has distributed the earnings of this pro cess into the hands of millions of persons 104 Radio Amateurs Register for Course AMES May 15 hundred four radio amateurs from nine states and one foreign country are registered at Iowa State colleges annual radio amateurs short course and convention of the Amateur Ra dio Relay league here Short course speakers included C M Jansky jr consulting radio engineer Washing ton Louis R Huber assistant communications manager of the A R R L of Hartford Conn P H Quinby midwestern division man ager of the same organisation St Louis and Lieut Com R H G Mathews of the United States Naval Reserve Chicago Members of Wesley Foundation to Meet CEDAR FALLS May 15 Membership of the general Ijoard of the Wesley Foundation of tte Meth odist church in Iowa will convene in Cedar Falls today to discuss mat ters pertaining to the three Wesley student centers in the state These are at the state university Iowa City Iowa State college Ames and Iowa State Teachers college here Bishop F T Leete of the Omaha area of the church will preside at the meeting SAYSCOALW1LL LAST LONG TIME Block Manager Sees No Need to Worry About Supply Even if the coal in your bin has dwindled to practically none at all during the last chill days of the spring there Is no need to worry about the supply in the United States There is enough left in the ground to take care ofthe needs of the country for 3800 yearsor until the year 5730 according to Roy Gitt manager of the W G Block Coal company quoting from the report of the geological survey Coal to which reference is made in the Bible he said holds its place as the basic fuel of the world upon which all business and industry is dependent Twothirds of the worlds supply is stored in the North American continent Mr Gitt said Coal was first discovered in the United States near Ottawa 111 by the explorers Joliet and Marquette in 1673 and now Illinois has the largest coal mine in the world and many of the most modern accord ing to Mr Gitt He told of one modern mine in Illinois which has 130 miles of rails underground ANNOUNCEMENT The clinic will be open from 7 to 8 Tuesday Thursday and Saturday Evenings BY APPOINTMENT ONLY SHAKLEE CLINIC Ground Floor Cerro Gordo Hotel Chiropractic 1hysiotherapy Food Analysis Health Advisor AUTHORIZED Cadillac LaSalle Service AND ALL OTHER AUTO REPAIRING Raybestos Brake Lining Service PETERSON GARAGE C17 North Commercial Phono 537 Minnesota Woman to Head Ames Y WC A AMES May 15 Grace Hoover Minneapolis secretary of the Y W C A Min haa a posi tion of similar nature at the campus of Iowa Stats college She is a grad uate Wesleyan university She the duties of hernew position Septl Will Attend Sjnod Meeting MANLY May Rev A H Miles H H Bonker Mrs H H Schulte and H Uchtenstein left Monday for Fairficld to attend the annual meetings of the Iowa Synod of the United Lutheran Church of America and the annual convention of the state Womens Missionary society pf the sama Northwestern States Portland Cement Co One of the largest Portland Cement Plants in the conn try and the pioneer cement plant in the northwestern part the United States DUAL PLANTS Mason City and Gilmore City 10000 bar rels daily 33000000 barrels of this reli able cement has been successfully used during the past 20 years General Offices 6th Floor First National Bank Bldg They Thursday expect to return oc Rockford r B O Has Guest Day ROCKFORD May P E 3 chapter observed guest day at the home of Mrs C O Yenerici A program was presented by the members and Miss Thelma Hoadiey of Marble Rock gave two piano solos Mental Disorder Follows Cancer ROCKFORD May I Header was to the hospital at Independence as the result of a niental disorder following cancer of the bladder He has a wife and family PIANp TUNING Kcpalr and rebuild aH types ot pianos and player pianos Sajis fnctiuri Ruaraiiteed of no pay FOKEST JACOBS Plume 724 and 2361 WE SPECIALIZE IN ALL KIAUS OF KOOF WORK ALL WORK GUAEANTEEU Give us a trial You wont be Exclusive Distributors of H F WATSON COMPANYS Klgld Shingles Asphalt Shingles and Roll KooUngs Asbestos Builtup and Asphalt Builtup Pitch and Gravel Buildup Roofs PETERSEN ROOFING SUPPLY CO Phone 963 421425 South Federal Avenue HERMANSON BROTHERS PASTEURIZED MILK and CREAM Pliono 618 810 No Delaware Economy WELDING WORKS DR H V MacGREGOR DENTIST Phone 127 5034 First National Bank BIdg BATHROOM FIXTURES Leaky Faucets Clogged We repair all such thoroughly and at a moderate cost J C Puth Dependable Plumbing and Healing You Will Agree With Us experience is necessary in moving your household goods into your new home Let us furnish you with that experience when you move Cadwell Transfer and Storage Company PHONE 216 O GREGERSON We Specialize in Auto Kieitrte Srrvke STARTING UGHTJNG IGNITION BATTERIES Phone 8M Anlo Elpftrlc Service 433 Fourth St S W BARRETT BROS GROCERIES PLUS SERVICE Prompt Delivery to All 1artp of City 20 2nd St N E I Wo ware nirtc Phones 43 and 41 Thomas Machine Co Crankshaft Grinding Cylinder Grinding Gear Cutlinjr MACHINE WORK OF ALL KINDS Phnne 3ft3 2nd SL s w ChampionFive Years Out of Seven Iowa State Brand Butter Made from sweet cream in sanitary Cream eries that contain lie best in modern equip ment and the most experienced buttermak crs have won first honors in Iowa in live of the seven NATIONAL CONTESTS General Offices Mason City Iowa DONT GUESS Specify IDEAL Sand Gravel and know you are RIGHT It costs no more than unwashed and ungraded aggregate THREE GRADES OF SIZES GRAVEL Ideal Sand Gravel Company Inc Washed and Screened Sand and Gravel Phone 551552   

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