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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 13, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                IP f EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE its summer tirie and playtime for everyonenow You probably want to talce in teresting diversions that cojst a minimum of Effort Sunday dinner at theGreenMill is a real diversion and surely costs aminimum effort and givesUa maximum of satisfaction MEET YOUR FRIENDSAT THE The Home of Good Food jjVant Ads Pay Big One CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 board chairman W E G Saunders of Emmetsbutg rand Secretary of State Edit Smith TP Harrington will preside Theprogram at the parkwill includea concert by the Algoiia Military birid i Monday evening the Tama In diansthe Yeomendrill teamfrom Moines and the troopofcay airy from FortDes Moines will give a prograin at the fair grounds Pageant Thehistorical ajad agricultural pageant one of the outstanding f eaturea of the fair will held designedto be a picture of thehis tory of the countyand a demonstra tion of its agricultural resources Every section of the county will be After the parade thenew munici pal swimming pool win be dedicated and a program of water sports given Tuesday night the windup of the celebration will be Whoopee night Several dances will be in pro gress clown bands will perform an J theRusty Hinge quartet of Mason Citywilt sing The windows of the stores will be filled with displays of old relicsof pioneer days State street will be a veritable museum during the whole three days of the jubilee Paving Into Cresco Is Nearly to City CRESCO July on primaryroad No 9 in Howard coun ty is now laid to within a halt mile of Cresco and is open to traffic from Davis Corners to a point two miles west of Cresco Stakes are set and grading com menced from the Winneshiek coun ty line to Cresco on the east and this two mile stretch will require but about 10 days of favorable working weather to complete the pouring of cement It is now expected that the whole job will be finished about July 22 or about a week earlier than the specified time provided there are no breakdowns nor unfavorable weather conditions ULY13 INDIAN LOVER MURDERS GIRL Enraged QuarterBreed Kills Two Men and Slashes Another Girl MOUNT VSRNON Wash July when the white girl he loved refused to leave a farm house where she was staying Joe Daiiey 35 crippled quarter breed Indiankilled the girl and two men and slashed an Indian girl with an ax yesterday He was un der guard In the county jail here to day The dead are MoseHenry 60 pi oneer Skagit county settler in whose home the tragedy occurred George Stump 45 Everett Rooiring house proprietor and Virginia Ray Bellmgham May Hoffman 28 was in a hos pital near here with her head and arms slashed by an ax Dally used to kill Stump The Verdict atit You T T T In Substance That Is The New Iowa Law Effective July 4th 1929 When A Final Judgment Results From Auto Accideilt THESE MASON CITY UNDERWRITERS OFFER You a Public Liability and Property Damage Policy That Pro tects You Under the New Rutledge Law toKeep YourXicense and Pay for Your Judgment Whit Every Automobile Owner Should Know About The New Automobile Finan cial Responsibility Law 1 Trie law became effective July 4 1929 Under the act if a final judgment is recovered against you in the State of Iowayou cannotdriveyouf car again nor can anyone else drive it until the judgment is satis fied up to 1000 for damage1 tor prbpetty up to for personalinjury to or thefdeath of oneperson and up to 110000 in the case of personal injury to or the death of two or more persons In other words you may be placed in the position of hav ing to meet a judgment or run the risk oflosing your automobile license as well as your car registration until you pay that amount The sensible thing to do is to carry Automobile Liability A standard old line insurance policy will pro tect you not only in the State of Iowa but anywhere in the United States and Canada INSURE TODAY AND KEEP YOUR LICENSE T T The H C Brown Agency 422 1st Natl Bank Bldg Phone 1019 W LJPatton Real Estate Insurance 103 East State St Phone 790791258 r Morris Irons Inc 51820 1st Natl Bank Bldg Phone 366 Pattie Insurance Agency 212 First Natl Bank Bldg Phone 141 A W Knesel Son Inc 21 So Federal Ave Phone 994 EWClark Phone 404 204 M B A Morris Realty Co 10 North Washington Phone 952 G S Avery Son Inc 52123 1st Natl Bank Bldg Phone 357 Boy Is Drowned in Clear Lake CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 tion of coming out but was advised not to by his companions When hp started in spite of their warnings they begged him to turn back but he just laughed and continued until a slight eddy carried him off his feet Scouts Formed Dragnet The scouts who came to search for the body formed a dragnet div ing five abreast Bill Bartmess as sistant swimming director of the camp found the body and was aided in getting it to the raft by Bion McPeak Mason City and Robert Haydon Clear Lake L Osam and J C Underwood ex ecutives E W Lilly and Harold Doc West activity directors and Douglas MoPeak and Joe Ober of Mason Cityaided in the attempt at resuscitation Henry Ebeling Ma son City rowed back and forth to shore carrying supplies and work ers to the raft The fire and police departments of Mason City and T L Connor Red Cross lifesaver were called but found everything possible beiu done upon their arrival The body was taken to the Shan non Undertaking parlor in Garner Besides his parents the youth is survived by two brothers Milo and Arnold and two sisters Bernice and Marian Planes Racing From Paris to New York CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 miles an hour against 110 miles nn honr of that of the Poles It was probable that the French plane with its greater speed would overtake the Polish craft very quickly and leaveit comparatively farbehindrThe element of a race re Air Record Holders Praise Planes Motor CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 adventurers had come to the end of their flight Looked Hale and Hearty Mendell looked hale and hearty while Reinhart a bit more palc6 stumbled as he attempted to away from the plane Both flyers later said they found themselves strangely weak on their feet i Dr Frederick Rhodes who ex 1 amineci the pilots said that their condition was much better than might have been expected j The temperature blood pressure I and pulse of each was about that I which a person would showafter i violent exercise under ordinary con j ditions with the exception that the returnto normal was slower While they came thru fine I wouldnt want to see anybody else attempt it Inspection of the motor which carried the biplane to its astound ing record showed that it was In excellent condition The nine cylin der air cooler power unit was taken apart late yesterday by W E Thomas Wright aeronautical cor poration expert and after being thoroly looked over he pronounced it as ready to fly again I Coiered Nearly 20000 Miles The motor had been reconditioned j prior to the flight after 450 previ j ous hours of duty The spark plugs i of which there were two sets under j a switch control that the pilot r might alternate their usage were The connecting wire was off one of one set which accounted Mendell that he frequently heard i what he thot was one or two plugs I missing fire j It was estimated that the An I geleno had flown approximately i 19760 miles in the journey which i hadtaken it only afew miles from the airport The average speed was an hour with the motor route of least resistance easily could alter flying time New York within 29 hours and the Polish craft within 32 hours or sometime Sundaymorning Weather conditions over the north Atlantic usually adverse to east to west fly Ing were expected to delay them I however Both Carry Wireless j Both planes carried wireless ap iaratus that of Captain Costs I being equipped with two sets At a m one hour and 18 minutes after his start he communicated with the ports of Cherbourg and Havre that all is well It was rei garded as doubtful that the Poles radio would function since they had had considerable trouble in tun ing it Stilwell of Des Moines has rented the former Dr F E Sawyer plans to equip them im for the practice of osteo pathy moredffiml was leas narlnV cleared mf fh A Jean A self The routes of the two planes were the subject of some speculation but it Vas understood each Intended to I fly westward to a point north of the i Azores and then take a northerly route to Halifax cutting down the 1 Atlantic seaboard to New York It was this route that the Poles followed last year on their first at tempt to cross the North Atlantic They were forced then to turn bank to Europe when they had reached a point near the Azores Aviationcircles regarded as little short of remarkable the takeoff made by Majors Idzikowski and Kubala who had their plane in the air within 800 yards of its starting point soon gaming altitude and dis appearing in the mist brightened by J the rays of the risingsun Takeoff Difficult is much 3 plare 1 With ap it just southern 50 feet high recently him was pres his bride and his fellow airmen Rene Le Fevre and Armeno KJttf Assolant shouted to Coste Watch out that you have no stow away aboard The weather bureau predicted fine flying weather particularly along the southern route which measures slightly more than 3600 miles As the hours passed and still there were no indications that the rival airmen had turned back French in terest in the flight grew keener Paris was engaged in packing its picnic basket for Sundays inde pendence day holiday and was just beginning toreaijze that its favor ite native birdmen were over the Atlantic in the first ParistoNew York air race To make it even more thrilling it was realized that the flight if suc cessful would end on the famous July 14 holiday the French Fourth of July known in history aa Bastille day Young Farmer Near Glenville Minnesota Killed by Lightning GLENVILLE Minn July 13 Lewis Prantner a young fartner living a miles east of here was killed by lightning during a severe electrical storm which visited this section early Friday morning The local undertaker was called and the body wag brot to tha par lors here Funeral arrangements have not been completed at this time v Double Funeral Held BURLINGTON 13 tit Double funeral services are to be held for Belle Madsen 60 and her sister Mary Masden 65 The death of the elder sister last was attributed to grief following the death of the younger earlier in the day A OSHANA Consider the candle how It weeps its life away drop by drop that it may shed its light RHEUMATISM Rheumatism causes from 70 to 80 par cent of ail the heart diseases 5221 died from heart diseases in this state last year a gain of 1185 over the year before and 352 more than all that died from consump tion kidneys and cancer To guard against heart disease dont neglect limp in your ankle wrist and larne back for asprain That is the form of muscular rheu matism that shifts into the muscles of the heart and kills not the in flammatory rheumatism Rheumatism is the result of poor metabolism Assimilation of the food materials is not complete elim ination is retarded The blood the life stream becomes impure laden with fermenting acids and gases mucus uric acid accumulated fat bile germs chalky deposits and other effete matter which clogs up the circulatino of the blood and throws the heart out of gear and kills its victim In order to effect a complete and permanent care in rheumatism and rheumatic heart disease these worn out substances must be cleared out Assimilation and elimination bal anced Then the cure is a picnic1 as it has been with me Twenty five years ago had any one said that the automobile would do away with the use of the horse and buggy he would have been considered crazy Yet it is a fact with us now And 25 years from now the use for a general practi tioner of medicine will be just as rare as the use of a horse and bug gy now It would be out of step with the times because the price of survival is utility This Is An Age of Specialization No physician is capable of excellj ing irt all branches of his profes sion to many marks to aim at and too many failures to hit the bulls eye Concentration of study and effort in a chosen direction will im prove the riuallty of service ren dered For those who have achieved fame in any calling are those who have limited their work to one specialty The public knows that he who does everything does nothing well Specialization is the spirit and demand of the time People who seek a rjositivc cure inquire for n specialist in that particular branch of practice j To get rid of rheumatism and rheumatic heart disease go to specialist who treats only these who has hac 25 years of experience in thir treatment DR A OSHANA Specialist in Rheumatism S Hearl Office 40ft 1st National Bank HOIITH 8 n m to 4 p m Phono 180QJ from 5 p m to 7 a m only Its glorious to Be its torment to be burned So Dorothy Gray has per fectetl a new Sunburn Cream which prevents painful sunburn and blistering while at the same time it 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