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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 29, 1929, Mason City, Iowa JULY 29 X1929 OSAGE RECEIVES STATE REPORT Well on Farm Is Condemned in Fight Against Typhoid OSAGB July reports from theIowa state health authori ties In regard to the typhoid epi demic among the J K Gabby bridge gang have been received one went to C P GoplerUd county en gineer and was in regard to wa ter The well on the Earl Squler acre age was condemned and It was rec ommended that water out of the well on the W E Seeber farm bo used sparingly altho the well itself was not condemned County Supervisor Charles Mlll ington also received a report in jvtASON cny iiLOBEiiAzKTtw which a number of probable causes for the epidemic were listed The Osage disposal plant was given as a probable cause altho the report said the method of disposing of sewage was satisfactory so lar as It went It isthot that seepage from the dis posal plant may have entered the wells from Sugar creek during high water The report added that refuse from the Hormel plant at Austin does not carry typhoid germs but that nevertheless it should be treat ed better than it is now Water from the Cedar river tested none too pure Emilio Gaicia Rites Are at Manly Church MANLY July serv ices for Emilio Gaicia who was killed in art auto accident in St Paul were held Saturday morning at 9 oclock at Sacred Heart church J here HE ADS PROVINCE SPECIAL Trubyte Rubber Plate Hecolite Plate UNTIL AUG 15 Eighteen Years in Mason City For 18 years 1 have given the people of Mason City and adjacent territory a reliable dental service Guar anteeing all if anything does go wrong you can consult me is not a branch office I use only the finest materials in the construc tion of all work and my prices are as low as possible commensurate with good material and workmanship Hecolite Plates with Trubyte Teeth The lightest strongest most beautiful plate made 515 The Finest Rubber Plates with Trubyte Teeth You cannot buy a finer plate than these regardless of price JACOB E HYNDS DENTIST Over Olympia Phone 602 Dr J T M Anderson con servative lender ot Saskatche wan who led his party to vic tory In tho Canadian province recently Dr Anderson will bo Saskatchewans next premier ForestCity Farmer Has Record for Cow Production in June FOREST CITY July Olson Forest City had the hlghes Winnebago county production fo each cow in Juno with his herd o 14 Guernseys all milking and aver aging 911 pounds of milk and 35 pounds of butterfat a cow Fou cows in the herd made more than pounds of butterfat Perry and Gorball Forest City and K IT Knutson Forest Citj both had the same average butter fat production a cow 312 pounds Three hundred ninety cows wer tested according to Fred Spragg tester in 26 herds and 26 of thes cows were dry The association av erage was 771 pounds milk and 2G1 pounds butterfat for each of the 390 cows The high cow made 63C pounds fat Five were culled and sold for beef Every herd is headet by a purebred sire but two Well it is easier to wash a pair of legs than to wash a pair o Blade Ihere is no it tite for Hie IHAYYAG COMPANY Newton CERRO GORDO MAYTAG CO 12 FIRST ST S E K Cliff P Aldinger H Lindeman H Fuchs Electric Shop Maytag Co Charles Store Son Hdwe Co H Norgaard Oler MASON CITY PfalLzgraff Son Eagle E Roper Hdwe E Stoeber Forest A Olson Maytag Co H Davis Co G Arneson Hdwe Co Lake Auto Co W Rosenau H Lichty Son fllnrble Lbr Co PHONB 2067 B Logo man C Jacobsoa Hdwe Co Becker T Lauman Shell Son Swea B Tweeten P Hatten St Hdwe Co J M Fleming Lease Mumwwn GET READY FOR IOWA GUARDSMEN Two Officers and 14 Men Set to Work Preparing Camp CAMP DODGE Des Moines July 29 the way for tho annual field training of the Infantry and cavalry regiments of the Iowa National guard two officersand 14 men of the quartermasters detach ment of the state staff went to work today to have the camp reedy for next Sundays invasion The matter of stocking up on food and supplies for two regiments of infantry and one regiment of cavalry will keep the fourteen busy all week and meantime on Wed nesday or Thursday advance de tachments to set the camp buildings and grounds in order will arrive to take up their duties These detach ments also will act as clearu1 squads upon completion of the fif teen day Aug 18 Detachments Listed The advance and rear detach ments are to be made up as follows One hundred and thirteenth Caval captain supply officer Si gourney one Des Moines two lieutenants heatl Cuartenr troop Des Moines one cap tain medical detachment DCS Moines and three enlisted men from each of the following Head quarters medical detachment troop B all of Des Moines machine gun iroop Oskaloosa troop A Ottum wa Troop E Council Bluffs Troop F Washington Troop IIowa City and Troop K Burlington One hundred and1 thirtythird In fantry Ona captin supply officer Waterloo one captain two lieuten ants and 54 enlisted men service company Falrfield one captain or lieutenant and three enlisted men medical detachment Iairfield Has One Captain One hundred and sixtyeighth in fantry One captain three lieuten ants and 54 enlisted men service company CouncilBluffs one cup tain or lieutenant and three enlisted men medical detachment Des Moines One hundred and eightysixth Hospital company Iowa City ono captain or lieutenant and three en listed men One hundred and eightysixth ambulance company three enlisted men from Ida Grove Full headquarters staffs ot the various organizations together with the full personnel of each unic of the three regiments will and the hospital and ambulance companies will report for duty next Sunday Iowa City Is Chosen as Headquarters for American Air Cadets IOWA CITY July 29 American Air Cadets national boys aeronautical organization has moved its headquarters here from New York City because of the more central location and tho desire for a situation on the transcontinental air line H Wishart national or ganizer wilt assist In forming a club in Iowa City Officers will be elected and the youths will direct their own business air shows tournaments races and model aircraft building contests The first tournament will be held the first week in September fea turing indoor and outdoor races for all classes SECOND FLOOR FIVE Rites for Tom Logue Are Held at Fertile FERTILE July 28 Funeral services for Tom Logue who died here at the home of his daughter Mrs Edwin Phillips Friday morn ing at the age of 70 years wer held Sunday at the Christian church Burial was in Lincoln cemetery Pic suffered a stroke in March and had been gradually failing up to the time of his death Mrs Logue died fifteen years ago Altie Phillips near Mason City Merle Logue of California Beulah McNelly Fer tile Mrs Maud Johnson Canada and Mrs Fern Garlock Duluth Min nesota The Globe Gazette Offers a Booklet About Flowering Annuals The blossoms of plants raised from seed form an important part of every garden plot Learn to select the varieties which will make the garden most attractive at all seasons Plan your garden to have blooms at all times and colors which will blend and harmonize while providing you with cut flowers as well as ornamenting your lawn walks and borders This booklet based on exper ience of government experts will be helpful to all in planning and maintaining a flower garden Use the coupon Frederic J Haskln Director The GlobeGazette Information Bureau Washington D C I inclose herewith 6 cents in coin or stamps for a ropy of the booklet ANNUAL FLOW ERING PLANTS Name Street City State SECOND FLOOR DAMONIGOU CO TUESDAY A Stupendous Sale WASH FROCKS Dimities Batistes Percales Organdy Trims AT NEXT TO NOTHING CLOSE OUT PRICE HURRYI JUST 328 DRESSES TO CHOOSE FROM Dresses forDatfitneStreetBasinessVacation Wear This sale is just anotherdemonstration of the marvelous valuegivinz which has made Damons the choice of women who appreciate real value I Crisp new dainty and adorably styled at less than th material would cost you to make them DECIDE NOW how many you want and hurry Companion FROCKS Brand new crisp styles cooL looking charming frocks that EVERY WO MAN needs in her summer ward robe for summer outings vaca tion days in the country for street wear and porch Famous Sunny and many 1 2 for 365 a cordial invitation is extended to the general public to visit our Bakery and see our won derful bread slicer at work Of particular interest is the fact that the Betsy Ross loaves we slice are hot and fresh smack out of the oven when sliced In the past this has always been considered an im possibility See how the perfect slices of Betsy Ross Bread are made and note especially how extremely san itary are the conditions under which we bake slice and wrap the wholesome tasty loaves you enjoy so much Drop in at any time You are always welcome BETSY ROSS BAKERS makers of Pf af f s Bread PFAFF BAKING COMPANY Your Friend and Neighbor
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