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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 5, 1929, Mason City, Iowa COLD CONTROL DEMONSTRATION A SUCCESS Many People See Replica of Millionth v Frigidaire Popularity of the Million Model Frigidaire twentyeighth member of this famous line of household electric refrigerators has been as sured according to Mr Don Me MAS ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Peak proprietor of the Mason City Hardware Company local dealer The celebration was a great suc cess Many men and women visited our show room daily and voiced their admiration of this new model Its beauty compactness quiet oper ation and the revolutionary Frigi Clear Lake Kathryn McGowan Editor No 339 Lee DeUiggins Manager Residence Phone No 87 TRICK MULE TO ACT AT BAYSIDE Sundays Attraction Includes Vaudeville Acts Cubs to Play Emmons Minn its economy of operation symmetri cal design and nonmechanical ap pearance Mr McPeak said CLEAR LAKE July a program of band music along with other free attractions Baysldo j amusement park will present anoth daire cold control for faster more er program of entertainment for fun efficient freezing of desserts salads seekers Sunday ami ice cubes appealed to the wornHeading the bill will be Ebenezer en The men were impressed the mule having a bag full of new tricks according to the manage ment The Bayside Cubs will clash In the afternoon ball game with the team from Emmons Minn Ebenezer is supposedly an un ridable mule as is apparently veri fied when attempts are made to mount him Surrounding the Ebene zer act is a little story in which the trainer of the act has an en gagement pending but has no riders to perform with the mule At this juncturetwo colored men appear upon the scene professing to be ex pert mule handlers Alter being kicked chased thrown about and sat upon by the mule there ia a happy climax The act was exhibited at the Independence day celebration CERTAINLY AM ENTHUSIASTIC ABOUT KONJOLA Victim of Indigestion Has Warm Words of Praise for This New and Different Medicine What a wonderful thing It would be were it possible to measure the health and happiness that have been brought into the world by Konjola the new and different medicine for the ills of the stomach liverxkid neys and bowels and for rheuma at Algona Included among the amusements listed at the park are bathing boat Ing roller coaster merrygoround airplane train toboggan roller skating music and concessions There are three general stands in the park serving light lunches soft drinks and ice cream MULE TO PERFORM AT BAYSIDE Clear Lake Churches MR LEONARD STONE i s i j no nervgu required to con tain the indorsements that this mas ter compound of 32 ingredients 22 of them the juices of roots and herbs has won wherever introduced There is a reason why Konjola tri umphs when all else tried has failed there is a reason why Konjola is known as the medicine with more than a million friends there is a reason why Konjola is the most tallcedof medicine in America These reasons are being explained by the Konjola Man who Is at Huxtables Drug Store 116 South Federal Aye this city where he is meeting those who would know all the facts about this superremedy And sufferers should have facts not promises Results are what count and Konjola can be counted on for results Konjola wins be cause it goes to the source of the ailment it brings quick and last ing results because St combats and conquers the causes of the disease That is what a real medicine should do and that is what Konjola does Surely there can be no wiser thing than to let the experience of others with this supermedicine guide you in yoursearch for health Consider the case of Mr Leonard Stone 1322 Conger street Waterloo who made the following statement I certainly am enthusiastic about Konjola who wouldnt be after what it did For years I suffered from indigestion and the troubles that followed in Its wake I re stricted my diet until I just enough to keep me going but no matter how scant or how light the food it did not digest but remained like a lump in my stomach Gas formed and the bloating caused in tense heart palpitation Constipa tion added to my miseries and as my system filled with poisons and impurities that were not cast off I felt miserable all over I lost in weight and strength and was dis couraged too for I could not find anything to help me I tried dozens of medicines and treatments but to no use While I was wondering what to try next niy attention was attracted to Konjola by the many and sincere indorsements I decided to learn if this new medicine might help me and I was not long in learning Just as was said of Konjola it went to work at once Results came quickly In a week a wonderful change had come over me and thereafter my appetite and digestion improved Constipation was ended In short or der and as the poisons were swept from my system a new feeling came over me Today I can eat whatever I like without ill after effects No wonder they call Kon jola the master medicine The history of Konjola is made up of just such happy chapters The records fairly overflow with such indorsements This is because Kon jola is made to make good and does it quickly and thoroughly The Konjola Man Is at Huxtables i Drug1 Store 116 South Federal Ave Mason City where he lameeting the public daily introducing and explaining the merits of this master medicine Free samples Adv CHURCH OF CHRIST I OO F hall C W Hicks minister Bible school at 10 oclock a m Mrs O T Balmat superintendent in charge Communion and preach ing services at 11 oclock a m Ser mon subect Seeking the Old Paths Then said Jesus unto the 12 will ye also go away ana Simon Peter answered and said Lord to whom shall ge go thou hast the words of eternal 668 CONGREGATIONAL W B Milne pastor Sunday school at 10 oclock a m Morning services at 11 oclock a m Subject Religious Influence METHODIST J R Tumbleson pastor Sunday school at 10 oclock a m a m Subject Epworth league at 6 oclock p m Evening services at 7 oclock p m Subject The Underground of Life CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST North East street Sunday school at 10 oclock a m Sunday services at 11 oclock a m Subject God Wednesday services at 8 oclock a m Reading Wednesday and in church every Saturday after noons from 2 to 5 oclock p m BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN S M Stenby pastor Sunday school at 10 oclock a m Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 8 oclock p m ST PATRICKS CATHOLIC Father J V Bacci Sunday services as follows Mass at 8 oclock a m Catechism and class of instruction for children and adults at 11 oclock a m ZION ENGLISH LUTHERAN H O Urness pastor Sunday school at oclock a m Classes for all Morning worship at 11 oclook a m Subject Jesus and Sinners Donald James Pique Born at Clear Lake CLEAR LAKE July James weighing eight pounds was born to Mr and Mrs AJ Pique Tuesday at their home southwest of Clear Lake Mr Pique is em ployed at the William Oxley farm BECKER RITES ATMASON CITY Funeral Services for A D Becker Will Be Held Monday Morning CLEAR LAKE July services for Lorenzo Becker 56 years old who dropped dead at his home on West North street early Thursday morning will be held at Randalls Funeral home Mason City Monday morning at 10 oclock Burial will take place at Elmwood Mr Becker who was born at Ma son City Dec 27 1873 was em ployed with the Cadwell Transfer company there for 10 years the family moving to Clear Lake dur ing the summer months Wednesday Mr Becker attended his dnHes at the oil stationas usual and clifl not complain of being ill He arose Thursday morning and had started to prepare his break fast when he suffered an acute heart attack He died instantly Surviving him is his wife and a son Allan Lord of Windsor On tario Canada and two sisters Mrs F F Leeds Kansas City and Mrs Fannie Stott of Seattle Wash Mrs Leeds will attend the funeral rites Mr Becker was a member of the Elks Modern Woodmen and Odd Fellows lodges Musical Justice of Peace Settles Case With Melodious Tunes CAMPBELLSPORT Wis July 5 from Justice of the Peace W H Ferbers old fiddle to day settled a law suit and this vil lage missed its biggest show The stage was all set for the trial the plaintiff was ready to make his own plea to court and jury tales men were in their places ready to call and the S R o sign hung out side the courtroom hastily set UD in the village hall Attorney John OBrien proposed a settlement and while lawyers were dickering Justice Ferber picked up tils violin and began Indian Love Call and Crazy Words Crazy Tune Grudges were forgotten arbitration succeeded and he spectators cheered JULY 5 CLEAR LAKE July day The act which is booked from if 4Vin thfi 13 K1 TCpltTl VHJlripirilla CivfihanrfA zer the unridable mule will appear at Bayside Amusement park Sun the B F Keith vaudeville exchange Chicago is said to offer thrills spills and laughter Independence Day Story on Front Page CLEAR LAKE July 5A complete story of the joint Inde pendence Day celebration staged by Clear La I a and Bayside Thursday may be found on the front page of this edition Maxwell Campfire Girls Open Weeks Outing at PM Park CLEAR LAKE July Maxwell campfire girls arrived Fri day morning and have taken a cot tage at PrM park for a weeks out Tana and Whoka camps at Maxweii They are chaperoned by Miss Beau lah Fish and Miss Thelma Mingle COMING ATTRACTIONS CLEAR LAKE July Bennett featured player of RKOs talking and music production Syn copation a Radio picture which comes Sunday to the Park theater has abandoned a promising dancing career to cast her fortune with the talkies Miss Bennett daughter of the filmed Richard Bennett has full opportunity to demonstrate hei dancing ability inthe lavish cabaret scenes of Syncopation done com pletely In sound with music by War ings Pennsylvanians Miss Bennett began her stage ca reer as a dancerIn Jack and Jill popular musical comedy of a few years back The followingyear she appeared again on Broadway with her father In The Dancers and later teamed with Maurice world famed dancer Others In the allBroadway cast of Syncopation are Bobby Watson Morton Downey Verree Teasdalei Osgood Perkins Mackenzie Ware and Dorothy Lee Mr and Mrs Charles Peterson Hampton visited their son Walter Peterson arid Mrs Petersons par ents Mr and Mrs T O Thompson King street Thursday Msses Veone and Mildred Peterson were guests at the Earl Ferris cottage north shore New NEA Head Miss Pyrtle Not Alarmed About Modern Dress ATLANTA Ga July 5 Short dresses bobbed hair and oth er modern things fail to alarm Miss E Ruth Pyrtle of Lincoln new president of the National Edu cation association The youth of the country is at Geneva wholesome despite critics she said with emphasis Modern dress of women wins her approval and she thinks that bobbed hair is so sensible A corn crop in Nebraska grown on land she claimed from the gov ernment as a homesteader in 1904 ia paying Miss Pyrtles expenses to the Atlanta convention and to meet ing of the World Federation of Edu cation associations Switzerland I own my land but I am not a farmer she said At least I havent been a farmer since I home steaded on my claim in 1904 Ten ants work the land for me now Injuries Prove Fatal MONTTCELLO July 5 Ham Luck 62 farmer died yester day from in juries received when he was gored by a bull Wednesday His widow and II children survive Lament Sees Great Sphere of Usefulness for InterAllied Bank WASHINGTON 5 Broad possibilities of usefulness in new fields of postwar economiclife are foreseen for the tbank for inter national settlements by Thomas W Lament a member of the experts reparations committee which worked out the plan for theinstitution Political influences will be ex cluded from its operation he says In the current issue of World Trade journal of the international cham ber of commerce and it will be gov erned strictly accordingto business principles Describing it as a natural and necessary evolution from the facts of the reparation settlement he predicts that the bank may in na tural course develop into an organi zation not merely nor even predom inantly concerned with the handling of reparations but largely if not primarily with the furnishing of Im portant facilities hitherto lacking to international commerce and fi nance Did you know Iowas printing and publishing business reaches a value of more than 530000000 annually ANGLERS CAUGHT WITH SHORT FISH Fines Imposed by D H Campbell Total More Than CLEAR LAKE July Fines totaling more than were levied on Independence anglers at Clear Lake wn had fish on their strings measuring lea a than the required length according to deputy game wardens Fishermen from Waterloo Grundy Center Fredericksnurg Des Moines and Clear Lake were taken before the afternoon where fines ranging from 1495 to were imposed No license was the cause of Samual Thompson Clear Lake paying the latter fine Those who appeared before Jus tice Campbell and plead guilty to the chartres were E E Robinson Grundy Center H T Wagner Wa terloo A B Seymore Des Moines O W Schulz Fredericksburg and Paul E Baumgartner of Waterloo Homestead Editor Is Named on Tax Commission DES MOINES July 5 ernor Hammill today announced the appointment of Louis Cook asso ciate editor of the Iowa Homestead as a member of the Iowa tax com mission Two other members are to be appointed Cherokee Prisoner Escapes From Jail CHEROKEE July 5 MilehEun Cherokee escaped from the county jail yesterday by cutting an opening thru the brickswith a steam pipe support He had lian bound over to the grand jury under bond on a charge of drivin while intoxicated The jailer was ab sent when he escaped y Park Theater CLEAR LAKE Where the Bliss and Breezes Blow SUN HON TUBS CLEAR LAKE LOCALS DR W O MAUCH DENTIST Weir Slug Phone 872 Big Sale On Used BALLOON TIRES and TUBES These Tires are Priced to Move COURSHON SERVICE Ph 636 Delaware 2nd N E CLUBS WACCESSORIJ Complete Line of Reach Wright and Ditson Clubs qe tOfj St Andrew Sets Set made up of 4 irons one wood club two balls and bag Complete only Paramount Wood Clubs Steel shaft inlaid face and metal tipped AJ shaft A sweet club to handle and only B Special Matched Irons Six irons that are matched Hickory shaft calfskin grips and metal tipped Come in and CA see these They are priced Paramount Golf Balls 3 for Reach Eagle Balls regular 75c ball59c Tees wooden dozen 5c Irons Wood Clubs to MAINTAINED BY MERIT 11 North Federal Ave USE THE GG CLASSIFIED PAGE i Am organizing class to teach you how to take care of scalp and skin For appointment call Hotel Rogers Beauty Shop Mr and Mrs Henry Cuhill Lloyd Williams and Faith Hedrick Hamp ton were callers in Clear Lake Thursday evening Uptown tonight lOc and 15c Mr and Mrs B J Haynes and daughter Irma of Chicago are guests of Mr and Mrs Paul Pat schull camp grounds The Duko Steps Out Park The ater tonight Person holdingticket No 008800 call Colgans Pharmacy Mrs Ora Quinn Oivatonnn Minn is visiting at the home of her moth er Mrs Charley Johnson Emerson street MAMMOTH SCREEN SXTRAVAGANIA Two Vaudeville Acts HAWAIIAN LOVE CALL and VINCENT LOPEZ Matinee Sunday Evening and lOc and 30c 15c and 40 c Bringan old watch as first part payment on a new smart timepiece or more will be allowed for an old watch in trade regardless of where or when you bought it DIAMOND SET Set with two diamonds and four 15 jeweled wrist watch A WEEK 17 J Hamilton Simple in mannish and rugged strap watch Bring an old watch and A WEEK DIAMONDS The Store of Dependability Where Credit is Part of Service 3 West State St Try It Try This New Easy Ironing Method Costs Only a Week No Interest Added Convince yourself in your own home that the Thor Rotary Iron is a ne cessity for every housewife that there is a real economy of time and effort in the use of this remarkable device Just give us a call and well bring up aThor you how to run it in a few minutes and let you appreciate its easeof sit down while you iron Its as port able as a vacuum cleaner Does everything that the more expensive irons will do Call Us at Once in Order That You May 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