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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 2, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE SoSkinny CouldntFOODINSPECTORS Airwarys Work Gains 2 libs and New Strength Miss Donie Brisbn writes Be fore I took Jronized Yeast I was so skinny I could not do my days work But now I can work hard all day and rest good all night About 3 months ago my weight was 126 pounds Ironized Yeast gavei me 147 pounds of good fleah You would think I was another woman I feel and look so much better Stop being skinny and always tired Thousands have gained 5 to IS pounds in 3 weeks wjth Ironized Yeast Scrawny bones change to graceful curves Blotched skin be comes clear and fresh feel ARE CRITICIZED Miller and Raizes Appear Before City Council to Make Protest A resolution of necessity ordering thu passage ot a storm and sanitary sewer program in Jnvolving was passed by the city council in its session Tuesday afternoon Bids will lie received July 23 It was announ ced Dr L N Stptt city sanitary of ficer and Guy Thomas state pure food inspector were charged with ing vanishes Only when Yeast is Ironized is it so wonderfully effective for Iron is needed to bring out the weightbuild j discrimination in their recent check up of strawberry measures in local stores by Luke Miller operator or the Sterling Groceteria and Sara Raizes of the Raizes store at i council Has Passenger From Des Moines to M C A passenger whose identity was not learned got off the Yellow Cab airways airplane at the Mason City port Tuesday morning He told at tendants at the field that he cama up from Des Moines to transact business in Mason City and that he planned to fly back when the plane made its return flight from Minne apolis in the afternoon HEADS AIR MERGER PIG DECREASE SHOWN IN IOWA 6 Per Cent Fewer Porkers Reported for June of 1929 DES MOINES July 2 INS A survey made of the crop of June pigs by the federal department of mir the i agriculture with the cooperation of t you ate notdeUghted money back his the postbffice department thru rural Y store bought strawberries from mail carriers revealed a decrease in bottle for everybody Never was tnn cause gas or bloating spokesman O1 the objectors main j Go to any druggist today and get a full size treatment of Ironized Yeast If after this generous trial tned twomen inthsir jnspec tions deliberately credit stores aad passed up prosecuted RESULTS FROM NEW KONJOLA Grateful Man Praises Modern Medicine For Quick and Complete Relief It Brought Him I three credit institutions while the I inspectors were there he added and Iowa of the young porkers six I and onehalf per cent compared with in each case there was short measJune Iast Jear according to a bulle ure None of these however was issued here by Leslie M Carl j prosecuted he told the council Mr Raizes raised the question ot whether it was the duty of the san itary inspector to investigate cor rect weights and measures in stores City Manager PP Hopkins told farrowing this spring than in pre Press Ihota C M Keys tins hcen named president of the CurtisWright Corporation largest aeronau tical organization in the world formed as a holding company to control 10 aviation concerns with Rum Runners Resort to Novel Devices to Elude Dry Enforcers CLINTON July 2 the increasing canniness of pro hibition enforcement officers rum runners who are using the nations main street the Lincoln highway as a preferred thorofare from Chi cago to points west are reported to be resorting to new and unique de vices One of the favorites is said to be the ostentatious display of camping outfits on running boards of the contraband curriers and the use of light trucks and moving vans The Lincoln highway has proved increasingly popular recently it is stated since there appears to have been fewer arrests within the last few weeks than since the Volstead act became effective This is accounted for by the change in the federal enforcement policy which has thrown so many officers to the other spots where the running is more flagrant However it is expected that the inland runners will receive atten tion when the new regime gets fairly under way Cuba Makes Spanish Talkies HAVANA July 2 Has DANDRUFF federal agricultural statistician sta tioned in Des Moines The report released to the public today indicated that hog breeders in Iowa had 71 per cent fewer sows It is not unusual but the rule for Konjola the new medicine to suc ceed ia those cases of stomach liver kidney and bowel troubles and in cases of rheumatism neu ritis and nervousness after all the other medicines treatments and the two men that neither the council vious one nor himself would tolerate any form The number of discrimination j The meeting was held for the pur pose of hearing objections to the proposed storm and sanitary sewer program which has been prepared by the council and which will cost in the neighborhood of City merchants were warned about these short measures for the past three years said Dr Stott when interviewed Mr Thomas came to me to help him in making a check because it was necessary to have two witnesses There was no discrimination We of pigs raised in Town this season as a percentage of the 1920 ig crop was 935 per cent while that for the corn belt was 939 per cent and for the whole country made practically all of the town stores down the 1929 pig crop was 935 per cent From there he will go to Portland In commenting upon the general j where he will attend the American situation the federal expert said Medical association convention from Since Iowa farmers supply prac July 6 to 10 He will return to DCS tlcally onefourth of the entire anj Moines in two weeks nual volume of hogs slaughtered unj der federal inspection in the United States the seasonal distribution of i Heres our marketings is about the same i foodwithVegetable Egg tliruout the year as the seasonal I FlakesandCtittleBonc slaughterings for the entire coun Triple air washed SOCIETY MR LEO ZEHKEK prescriptions had been tried and found wanting Indeed Konjola welcomes vhe most severe tests those that appear hopeless for it shows to its best advantage in cases of this kind The Konjola Man who is at Huxtables Drug Store 110 South Federal avenue this city is daily explaining to all who call on him just wherein this new medicine differs from all the others Konjola is a new medicine It is composed of 32 ingredients of known medicinal value 22 of them thejuices of roots and herbs Each one of these ingredients has its own special duty to perform on the suf ferers inner system and working together they act as aidesto Na ture in removing the very cause of the trouble from the system Kon jola is not designed to give mere temporary relief It contains no al cohol no nervedeadening drugs no heart depressingchemicals It has no use for ingredients of this kind Konjola is an honest medicine a medicine that Nature herself might recommend An interesting example of how Konjola works was related just a short time ago by Mr Leo Zehren 107 Fourteenth street Sioux City Mr Zehren said I was amazed at the wonderful results this new Konjola gave me t had been bothered for some time by the poor condition of my stom ach My food simply did not digest as it should No matter what I ate it soured in my stomach causing gas to form The Indigestion pains that followed nearly every meal were hard to stand Then neuritis developed and how I suffered from this dread affliction can only be imagined by those who had or still have this ailment My condition was a source of genuine worry to me and I was growing discouraged This was before Konjola was in troduced in Sioux City A friend of mine in a nearby town had used this new medicine and obtained wonder ful results He sent me a treatment of six bottles and urged me to give if a trial I surely am grateful to him for this new medicine simply banished every single one of my troubles My stomach Is in first class shape T cat anything I want and my food digests perfectly Gas and indigestion are things of the past But that is not ail Konjola did It drove the neuritis pains from my body What a relief to be rid of this affliction I owe all my new health to Konjola and I am glad to tell others of my experience so that they too may be relieved from pain and suffering So it goes Those who have been relieved from suffering through this new medicine consider it their duty to toll others of their experience so that the others too may be shown the way to new health The Konjola Man is nt Huxtables Drug Store 11R South Federal ave nue Mason City where he Is daily meeting Ihf pnhlir introducing and explaining merits of thin mcdi cine Free samples I Mrs Jack Kohl to Be First Woman Passenger From Here on Airway Mrs Jack Kobl will be one of the first Mason City women to fly as a passenger on the new Yellow Cab airway route to Des Moines She will leave here Saturday morning and Mr Kohl will go by bus meeting her there where they will spend a few days MISS IAKKEK TO GO TO WISCONSIN UNIVERSITY Miss Ruth Parker who has been employed for the past six months by the Lester Ltd Theatrical Costum ers Chicago has been granted a leave of absence for the summer months and will attend the Uni versity of Wisconsin at Madison during that period Miss Parker was in Mason City last week for a short visit with her parents Mr and Mrs Starr Parker north of the city TWO LOCAL COUPLES WED AT NASHUA Mack L Whitcd and Helen B Schwartz both of this city and Ar thur T Zirbel and Evelyn A Burris also of Mason City were married at the Little Brown church near Nashua Sunday 8B CEREMONIES HEAD AT LITTLK BROWN CHURCH NASHUA July hundred eightysix marriage ceremonies were read at the Little Brown church near here during the month j of June Most of these services weiv read by the Rev J L McCorison Jr pastor of the church This num ber exceeds the record of 1928 by 41 The Church pastor performed 12 ceremonies on Saturday and eight on the last day of June Sunday GRIFFINS VISIT RELATIVES JHEJIE Mr and Mrs Vaughn T Griffin and two children of Madison Wis are here visiting with Mr Griffins parents Mr and Mrs J A Griffin H25 North Jefferson avenue The Griffins are former residents here and lived for a time in Waterloo prior to their removal to Madison Mrs Griffinsformer home is in Madison Physician Makes Flying Journey to Los Angeles DES MOINES iuly O J Fay made a flying trip to Los Angeles this weekend He left here Friday evening on the twin Cities Ues MoinesKansiis City air ex press for Kansas City He left there Saturday morning and arrived in Los Angeles Saturday evening try Production and marketing hogs in Iowais more concentrated than for other classes of livestock nearly 40 per cent of the Iowa farm ers income normally coming from the hog industry Carl stated Experts have settled every detail of the reparations problem except the date of the next conference Lo discuss Inn Tribune I Brings wonderful of Ticalth thrilling song1 Every particle a neces twice as less pet month And try new gravel tmth charcoal Supplier elements aids digestion keeps sanitary At any store BIKOFOOO BERLAINCO STLOUIS MO CITY BRIEFS Where Are You Going The Fourth A New Summer Vacation Idea Would you like to enjoy a moderately priced outing over the Fourth of July or anytime this Summer at a nice Clubhouse in quiet and pleasant surroundings on the shore of a beautiful lake with nice green grass and splendid shade trees around von where your children can bathe and play on the finest and safest sandy beach to be found anywhere j Yon dont have to drive hundreds of miles over hot dusty rcfacls to find this place It isnt located in Minnesota Wiscon sin Michigan Canada Colorado or other remote points It lies at your very doorstep just 14 miles west of Mason City on the boutn bhore of Clear Lake on Dodges Point beach at the South Shore Country Club reached by dustless roads treated witlvcalcium chloride Ten minutes four miles from the town ot Clear Lake over graveled Primary Roads 107 and 1 Ofi pass ing the State Park Oakwood P M 1 0 0 F Camp Metho dist Camp and Dodges Point farm on the way The South Shore Country Club on Clear Lake formerly a private Club is now open to the public The place is beautifully located and readily accessible The rooms are cool and clean neatly furnished and the beds are comfortable Shower baths are available the toilet facilities are modern A large parlor or lounge with fireplace adds to your comfort Splendid meals are furnished by H G Nichols former chef of the Kdgewater beach Hotel Chicago Pure drinking water laboratory tested Good boating bathing fishing dancing Bayside Amusement Park one mile away Two golf courses available 9 holes at Clear Lake 18 holes at Mason City Good shopping facilities and many opportunities for diversion Rooms single double European plan Club break fasts o5c to 50c lunch and dinner 75c each Special Sunday Dinner 1 Special rates by week or month For reservations or information address Mrs H G Nichols manager South Shore Country Club Clear Lake Iowa or Phone 6FS4 Clear Lake la FALLING HAIB uieLmckyHierfor tulp I trouble and for I allmcBCr Both undtr MoneTBick Guir drac LUCKY TIG Big Sale On Used BALLOON TIRES TUBES These Tires are Priced to Move Courshon Service rlb 036 Delaware t 2nil N E bid for a leading place in the pro duction of Spanish talkies Louis Bennison dramatic author and the atrical producer has made an in vestigation of the possibility of making talkies for Spanishspeaking countries NINE Islft to Have 3 Residents OSLO July 2 first la habitants uf Bouvet Island will he two wireless operators and a cook The island is a barren rock of black lava in the South Atlantic which Great Britain recently recognized j belonging to Norway I People who realize the importance of a Clear Healthy Skin use Dr CaldwelPs 3 Rules Keep You Healthy City Manager P F Hopkins was hack al his duties in the city hall Tuesday morning after a two weeks vacation during which time he nnd Mrs Hopkins toured the eastern states Mr imd Mrs Annies Tselsnn 1S1I South Delaware nvehne are the parents of a baby boy Glen Charles 8i pounds born Sunday evening nt the Mercy hospital i Native of Africa Gives Sermon at Crystal Lake CRYSTAL LAKE July Awesa a native Africa and a missionary student to this country spoke at the M E church Sui day Mr Awesa gave some inter esting facts concerning the cusions of religion and marriage of the Af rican people When he finishes his education in this country he will go back as a missionary among his own people The tariff has been raised on Ur hut ku kluxers may feel gratifirrl fathprs nrf still relatively Enquirer Dr Caldwell watched the results I of constipation for 47 years and be lieved that no matter how careful people are of their health diet and exercise constipation will occur from time to time regardless of how j much one tries to avoid it Of next importance then is how to treat It when it comes Dr Caldwell alwayn was in favor of getting as close to nature as possible hence his reme i dy for constipation known as Dr j Caldwells Syrup Pepsin Is a vegetable compound It can not harm the most delicate system and is not a habit forming preparation Syrup Pepsin is pleasanttasting an youngsters love it It does not gripe Thousands of mothers have written us to that effect Dr Caldwell did not approve of drastic physics and purges He did not believe they were good for hu man beings to put into their sys tems In a practice of 47 years he never saw a reason for their use AT AGE 83 when a medicine IlkeSyrup Pepsin will empty the bowels just as promptly more cleanly and gently without griping and harm to tlin system sit and hope but go to a druggist and get one of the generous bottles of Syrup Pepsin Take the proper dose that night and by morning1 yon will feel like a different per Keep free from constipation It son robs your strength hardens your Gel a hottle today at any drug artnrlos and brinjrR on premature slorn and observe these three rulfs nW rn not lot Hdv rrn by j nf hrallh Keep he head cool the a bowel movement Do not licet warm the bowels open CLEANSING Simple SOOTHING ANTISEPTIC 1ST Mldrn NORTH IOWAS LARGEST MARKET WEDNESDAY SPECIAL Remember wehave just what you want for your picnic lunch and at a low cost We will he open Wednesday evening FRESH Dressed Selected 29 BACON Sugnr Cured Squares PORK Small Lean Cut Shoulder Roast 15 2 Fresh Peanut Butter in hulk 16c Lb Pure Lard 12c Lb No Limit Baby Beef Roast A General Electric Refrigerator Will Let You Do These Things Keep Lettuce Fresh For a Week I Always Prepared for Unexpected Guests Loaded to the guards with good things to eat the General Electric Refrigerator is always ready for that unexpected guest to pop Fresh garden vegetables crisp delicate and filled with the exquisite flavor imparted to them bysunshine and soil and sweet spring rains Could anything be more satisfying and delicious than a dinner of such foods But their delicate flavor and nutritional value must be kept Kept by preserving them properly in your General Electric Refrigerator where their flavor and substantial food qualities will remain fresh and fine and inviting for as long a time as you desire Prepare Sundays Dinner on Saturday No flurries of tasl minule work for lhp wives who possess an Electric Refrigerator The salad the desert in fact most of the Sundaymeal was gotten up in ad vance during leisure moments on Friday or Saturday And the best part of all is that the ideal temperature produced by flic General Klcctric Refrigerator has made possible dishes new and different more delicious and wholesome than less efficient method could pos sibly permit m The woman who owns a G E is never embarrassed for want of something appropriate to serve She can have many choices for a tempting luncheon ready for she has full assurance that food stored away in this treasure chest will Vccep fresh and appetizing Make It Safe to Be Hungry Peoples Gas Electric Co NOW FOR T5ETTER APPLIANCES 22 2nd St N W Pbonr 121 jtmvM Mny i unn me second ciittinR j I   

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