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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 31, 1929, Mason City, Iowa TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE MAY 31 Skinny Lifeless Women Gain Weight New YEAST and IRON adds pounds in few weeks Results pay nothing If we could only show you the wonders that Ironized Yeast has done for thousands of wen and women The bony hollows that have quickly been filled up with firm flesh stringy necks and bony limbs given rounded beauty Pimples boils and blotches gone for gpod Only when Yeast is Ironized is it more Iron is needed to bring out the weightbuilding strengthening values of Yeast Get a handy bottle of these tasty tablets today Just a single course treatment will prove that you can be attractive and healthy Safe for everybody They do not upset the stomach nor cause gas or bloating Ask your druggist for Ironizei Yeast today If not delighted with the quick results your money back It will be refunded at once the name guarantees the bestj and you Diamond know it A Seney OLD TIME DANCE BREEZY POINT CHARLES CITY IOWA Tues June 4 MUSIC BY KELLY BROS HARP ORCHESTRA ELECTORS OF 2 COUNTIES MAKE PAVING DECISION Marks Close of Greatest of All Months for Iowa Highways By WILBUR C PETERSON Associated Press Staff Writer Voters of two counties each seek ing to pass its second primary road bond Idsue today wrote finis to the month of greatest road bond activity in the history of Iowa Black Hawk voting a proposal and Montgomery passing on a issue are the last of 17 counties to express their senti ments on primary road bonds this month Both approved larger issues in years passed Black Hawk a 51500000 issue in 1919 and Mont gomery a issue in 1927 Irrespective of the result of to days balloting however May 1929 will take rank as the greatest month for road financing since counties started voting bonds 10 years ago Already worth of bonds have been approved this by the high total for June 1927 the prev ious high month Montgomerys first 5600000 issue was included in the former high month which saw 13 counties placing their stamps of ap proval on road bonds Expect Counties Approval Approval of the bonds in Black Hawk and as is believed probable would bring the total for May to 516440000 It wouldbring the total for theyear to four counties having ap proved bonds totalling in April Eight of the counties voting in May approved their first bond is sues while all four of those voting in April passed original financing pro grams These 12 counties brot to 73 the number which have passed pri mary bonds 61 counties having passed totalling prior to Jan 1 1929 While May at present takes rank as the outstanding month for road bond financing June yet may ex ceed it Already eight counties have set June dates for the holding of bond elections on a total of 000 while an equal number of other counties have started talking bond elections arid may set June dates They have under consideration 350000 worth of bonds an amount which would be only less than the May total if todays bond elections carry There are enough other counties which may catch tfe bonding fever to lift the June total above the May figure provided of course the coming elections win as unanimous approval as have those held so far this year Nary a county so far hasturned down the bonds out of the 10 which have voted Veto First Time Five of the eight counties which vote in June have never passed roaI bonds altho nearly all have voted at some time or other Four of the eight counties which are talking bonds but have not yet set a defin ite date for voting will be making their first venture into primary road financing should they approve them The June voting will bring the total of bonds approved to 657 provided all eight counties pass their bonds Should tha eight which have bond elections considera tion also register approval the total of primary road bonds avail able for highway construction would be or 2V4 million dol lars in excess of the figure set for the state road bond measure which the state supreme court found unconstitutional In some quarters that action of the high court is given credit for the present enthusiasm for issuing road bonds Good roads boosters de clare that the counties got tired of waiting for the state to take the matter of road building into its hands and have assumed the respon sibility TREESE GIVEN JAIL SENTENCE Pleads Guilty to Charge of Concealing Mortgaged Property Gerald Treese of Belmoud entered a plea of guilty to a charge of con cealing mortgaged property and was sentenced Friday afternoon by Judge J J Clark to serve a term of five years in the state reformatory at Anamosa Treese was alleged to have bought The GlobeGazette Offers a Booklet on Weight Control Is your weight correct The average weight for your age and height can be found in the table contained in the booklet on Weight Control which our Wash ington information bureau offers for immediate distribution It also containsa set of ex ercises for reducing lists the caloric value of numerous com mon foods gives a number of menus for increasing or reducing weight and contains much other valuable information on the sub ject of weight control A copy will be sent to you upon receiptVof 6 cents in coin or stamps to cover cost and return postage Information Bureau Washington 13 O Frederic J Hasldn Director Tho Mason City GlobeGazelle I Inclose herewith 4 cents In coin or stamps for a copy of the booklet FLOORS AND FLOOR COVERINGS Name Cify Slate Street a car from the Lapiner Motor com pany in January and to have left the city while the car was mort gaged Ralph Schiffman deputy sheriff returned Thursday morning with Treese from Fresno Cal at which place authorities were holding Treese He waived extradition WOMAN WILL PLEAD INSANITY State Claims Perfect Case in Murder of Youthful Boarder WAGON Ga May 31 sanity will be the defense of Mrs J C Powers 71 year old Macon rooming house proprietor whom Earl Manchester 21 confessed in duced him to kill James Parks 25 year old boarderat the womans house Attorneys for the woman an nounced the insanity plans just as police learned she had been en gaged in liquor transactions as well as insurance plots Solicitor General Charles Garrctt said he had a perfect case againit the woman and Manchester to pru sent to a special session of the grand jury which has been called next Tuesday In addition to complicity in the murder of Parks whom police said she lured to her rooming house by a newspaper advertisement for a young man desiring a home offi cers said they had unearthed other various instances where she had in sured young men roomers in her home Manchester confessed he shot Parks to death at the insistence of Mra who he said promised horn after she had collected on a double policy she held on Parks life Police learned of at least oue other yoUng man besides Park who had been insured bythe widow with herself named as beneficiary Lutheran Pastor Is Speaker at Rockwell Memorial Day Rites ROCKWELL May ary Memorial day exercises were held at the Rockwell cemetery Thursday forenoon attended by a large concourse of citizens from this locality A brief and patriotic address was made by the Rev W F Mueller pastor of the local Lutheran church The speaker paid fitting tribute to Ihe Boya in Blue as well as to the veterans of the SpanishAmeri can and World wars Flowerstrewn graves marked the last resting places of the departed heroes in both the Rockwell and Catholic cemeteries in closing the exercises of the day dear in this photo graph you havent a single button on your coat youve noticed that at last Thats why I had the photo graph A horseshoe once was supposed to bring good luck but now you have to be pretty lucky to find Dayton News SHE knows The American housewife appreciates tha genuine and always insists on Kelloggs the original Corn Flakes because Kelloggs have a crispness and flavor that cant be copied CORN Delicioat for breakfast lunch or the evening meal A British scientist says that In time men will be born toothless Pardon our ignorance but we thot they are born that way Journal DR C R SMITH Chiropractor 30J East State Pliona 445 A NEW SIX AT A PRICE WITHIN THE REACH OF MILLIONS Be among the first to see what to appreciate the outstanding distinctive appearance and what between the Marquette and remarkableperformance Buick can build into a six at a price within the reach of millions The Marquette will stand at the head of its price class as naturally as Buick leads its field Fitted with the latest design in closed bodies by Fisher every line of this attractive new car spells cars of comparable price you must judge it by performance In this new six are the sparkle and snap the responsive ness balance and ease of control of a truly fine the added advantage of Buickbuilt sturdiness and stamina that mean uninterrupted service BUICK MOTOR COMPANY FLINT MICHIGAN Canadian FaeloriM Diviilon of Melon MdnuflhlinBuick Oihtrwa OM Divi Suildn of OBj Molor Can BIRUMOLSON CO 520 North Federal Mason City la WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT B CpC K WILL BUILD THE M Announcing a New Addition to Our Cleaning Plant To Handle the Large Volume of Business We Are Now Doing and to Give Quicker and Better Service THE NEW ADDITION TO OUR CLEANING PLANT AT 712V2 NORTH DELAWARE AVE JUST COMPLETED Our Reputation With the reputation we have estab lished in the cleaning business the past 4 years the quality work the careful inspection of all garments and many other details our business has grown by leaps and bounds forcing us to build a larger cleaning plant to handle the business accorded us And now with cleaning prices the lowest in Mason Citys history our high quality work will continue as in the past You will get the same good cleaning and pressing of your garments as always come from the Ranford We invite your invite your criti cism With new machinery installed we are now ready to serve you giving one day service if desired We are the only cleaners in Mason City with 2 complete clarification systems TO OUTOFTOWN TRADE Mail us your garments to our plant We assure you prompt service and the prices are the same as in Mason City Schedule of Prices MEN Suits CLEANED PRESSED 50c TOPCOATS 50c TROUSERS 25c OVERCOATS75c and up SWEATERS any 50c HATS cleaned and blocked50c NECKTIES10c PUR COATS up BATHROBES50c up SUITS75c up SKIRTS40c up JACKETS40c up WAISTS 50c up COATS spring 75c up DRESSES wool75c up DRESSES up SWEATERS any50c WINTER COATS up FUR up Keep this price list where you can see it Compare prices and workmanship OUR DELIVERY SERVICE WE ARE OPERATING THREE TRUCKS IN MASON CITY WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER PROMPTLY TWO TELEPHONES ARE AT YOUR SERVICE Phone 597 HANFORD CLEANER nc Plant N Delaware Branch Office Hanford Hotel Bldg
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