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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 1, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                S 5T1 1929 n MASONCITY GLOBEGAZETTE FIVE I BeforeBaby Comes Needless Pain Avoided loelar findt L Discovery Tfiat Relaxes Ski a and vent lag dies s Without Off 61 Harmful BTerjr BipectantMother Wants IT is called Motherii Friend You apply It to the Bkln It In vigorates and gives tone to tho muscles makes tho skin soft and pliable keeps the breasts In good condition Nervous noss twitching spells backache and strain Is avoided There is less cause for injury and re covery Is natural and speedy Kesultc ri thousands of cases inake It stand out as a great achleve trient to motherhood In use over three generations Begin the i of Mothers Friend sooner the experience the wonderful relief It will give you Mothers Friend is Eold at all drug Ptores Send name and address for bro chure Things to Know Before Baby Comes It will bs mailed In plain envelope free Write for it now BrtdfieldReguhtorCo Desk4 AtlanUGs uneral Services Are Held for Pioneer Osage Resident Jacob Weber OSAGE Aug Weber vho died Saturday was buried Tuesday morning the funeral being held at the New Haven Catholic church with the Rev Father A N Tibeau in charge Mr Weber was 6rn June 8 1854 at Traer Ger nany He was married to Miss Mary Dietcrich Feb 22 1S76 To this union 14 children were horn 13 of whom survive John Anna Susie and Rose of Jew Haven Peter of Nebraska Mary of Minnesota George of Osage Fred of Elrna Will of Baa sett Lillian of Fond du Lac WIs Myrtle of Elma Jake of Madison Wis and Jennie of Cohvell Mr and Mrs Weher came to this county fiftylour years ago Threshing Crew Opens Season With Full Day XELAND Aug thresh ing season opened hero Wednesday morning when F W Bowman anc crew threshed oats at the home o Eddie Ambroson in the morning an for Oscar Ambroson in the after noon PLAN BUILDING NEW CULVERTS ixtensive Bridge Erection Program Started by Iowa AMES Aug 1 exten sive bridge and culvert program Is under way by the state highway commission announcement being made that contracts will be let Aug 6 as follows Audubon county Three culvert extensions and raising one bridge on U S highway No 71 between Audubon and the Carroll county line Boone county Five bridges and nine culverts and extensions on U S highway No 30 from the Greenu county line east thru Ogden To Rebuild Wall Clayton county Rebuilding Si feet of retaining wall and adding 23 concrete baffles on U S highway No 18 west of McGregor Guthrie county One bridge anc four culverts on primary road No 25 from Menlo south Harrison county One concret arch and six culverts on the Logan elocation of U S No 30 Linn county One bridge on IT S o 161 east of Marion Montgomery One bridge and four culverts on U S No 71 rom Villisca south to the Page county line one bridge and 11 cult on primary No 120 from Stan ton north one culvert on U S No 34 west of Red Oak Plan Overhead Crossing Pottawattamie county One over aead crossing over the C M LU P tracks on primary No 7 east of Neola raising the approaches to one multiple span on primary road No 7 northeast of Underwood one bridge on primary No 83 east of Avoca Shelby county Two culvert ex tensions on primary No 7 from the Pottawattamie county line north to Harland Union county Eight culverts on the Afton relocation of U S high way No 34 Winneshiek county Three cul verts on U S No 55 at Castalla To Install Officers ESTHERVILLE Aug cers will be installed Thursday night by Charles Keeler Jr chap ter order of DeMolay at public ceremonies Richard Morse dis trict master councilor will be the installing officer unetal of Boat Crash Victim Is Held at Estherville ESTHERVILLE Aug al services were held at Wed nesday afternopn at the home here m Estherville for Neil Gelino 11 son of Mr and Mrs A M Gelino who was one of the victims in the Lake Okoboji boat tragedy Sunday night The Rev R T ChlpperfleUl pastor of the Methodist church was in charge The body was then taken to Spen cer where services were held at in the Spencer Methodist church In charge of the Rev Clegg Burial was at Spencer Neil Gelino was born April 3 1918 at Spencer Three years ago he moved with his parents to Es therville whera they operated a cafe until this summer when they ran a cafe at Arnolds park Neil was a member of the Methodst Sunday school here Besides his parents he is survived by two sisters Maxine and Margar et Neil was one of the passengers on the Zipper His body was found at 11 Monday morning i Olt new and modern lubricant derives its name from an exacting labora tory test under which the eilis heated to F and checked for evaporation losses Even at this extreme temperature DIAMOND 760 is safe Made in the worlds largest refinery operating exclusively on high grcaiity crude oils Modern motors run hot New demands are placed on lubri cants To meet these conditions DIAMOND SEVENSIXTY was de signed It is new in specifications new in what it does in the abuse it withstands IHAMOND is the first oil of its type en the market It is safe at all operat ing temperatures shows negligible evapora tion losses even at F Made fromsdtected paraffin base crude oils in the 6 grades recommended by the S A MSBCOWTIIVEJVT PETHOUEUM CORPORATION DIAMOND Stations and Dealers Throughout the Middle West NEW 1929 HIGHWAY MAPS FREE AT ALL STATIONS ft Diamond Stations in Mason City BOB South Federal Are 313 North Federal Ave Forest PnrU R2fl Enst State St Second Street S E 1451 North Federal Ave Second St and Washington Ave 24th St S Ave Reclaim Mates From the Clouds DAMON IGOUJfl CLOSE OUT BARGAINS At Less Than Cost of Materials Mrs Dale Red Jackson left nnd Mrs Forest OBrlne wives of the Louis flyers ivho set a nciv worlds endurance flight record over St Louis airport For nearly 18 days tho two women watched their mates sail over the airport nnd were on hand to greet the flyers when the piano finnlly was brot to earth CHARLES CITY NEWS Vacationers Return to Homes From Trips to Parks and Lakes CHARLES CITY Aug the vacationists who returned this week are Mr and Mrs Waller Bar then and daughter Jean who re turned front a motor trip to Dululli and Minneapolis Minn Mrs F H Fillenwarth and two children reI Tuesday evening following the hlg turned from a weeks visit at Iowa school concert he Cal arrived to make an extended visit with relatives The Womens Benefit association will have their annual picnic Fri day afternoon at Wildwood park Oscar Wolf and five year olt son Allen have gone to Rochester Minn to consult physicians In re gard to treatment for Allens hip Garland Fltzpatrlck went to For Snelling Minn where he will at tend the citizens military training camp Gail Schrader was surprise City Mr and Mrs Ralph Anderson and two children are home front a two weeks motor trip to Toronto Can ada and Detroit Mich Mr and Mrs W F Kucch and Art Horn returned from a weeks visit at Blue Island Frankfort and Chi cago HI Helen Haskin an3 Mrs M B Haskin spent a week in Min neapolis and St Paul Minn Bernard Downing resumed his work in the Rabfo Drug store visiting home folks in Minnesotn Raymond Birkhollz who supplier for him has gone to Morris Tsl camp Cedar Falls to assist In th Y M C A boys camp ANY SUMMER DRESS 10 85 Any summer dress regard less of regular pries now offered at 51085 Values to 53575 Damons fifteenth birthday anniversary icnlc supper was served at Wtlc yoodpark which was lighted wit Japanese lanterns and fhe honoree received two gifls from the band members Mrs H A Miller was called to Marshalltown by the serious Illness of her sister JUST 95 DRESSES Dresses In this group worth up to Take your choice while they last at only 5435 Damoas 8 COATS VALUES TO Charles Cityans Make Changes of Residence CHARLES CITY Aug and Mrs E J Knipschield have moved into their new bungalow on East Clark street Mr and Mrs O B TUggen have moved fro mthe Lindaman house on Fourth avenue into the Mills house on Third avenue The L M Knutson family have oved from the Laughlin house on ist Clark street to Nora Springs Mr ami Mrs Henry Ponte have oved into their new house on Torth Johnson street 20 Boys Compete for Judging Team Places CHARLES CITY Aug cy boys competed for the privilege of representing Floyd county at the state fair The boys who will make ip the judging team are Edwin ilinetop Stanley Alfred Robert Tracy and Charles Huntley Kline op is a member of the pig club Alfred the lamb club and the two atter oc the dairy calf club White coats velvets sport and dresB coats Mostly small sizes and values from to 53S Final Clear ance Damon CHARLES CITY Aug ora McCartney has returned to icr home in Milwaukee accom panied by her sister Grace Trout ler She spent several months here aring for her father the late J F routner Mr and Mra Ed Gphring of How rd S Dak are in the city visiting elatlves and friends They are en oute to New York city Grace Hiller of Long Island Beach CHARLES CITY BRIEFS Internal Health by Natures Own Methods Dsage High School Band Director Will Accept New Position OSAGE Aug R Edgar Jirector of the school band and or chestra has resigned In order to ac cept a position In Dea Molnes at the 3ast high school with two contrib iting high schools In which there are i000 seniors He leaves Osage Aug 28 to fls ume his new duties Mr Edgar came here three years ago and out of raw Material has organized a state winning band and a district winning orchestra ANY SPRING COAT Worth to 5B Choice of the house actual values to Just 10 coats to choose from Choice at Damons Injuries From Auto Accident Result in Calmar Boys Death If you arc sick inside you are sick all over When the stomach fails to digest its food you are standing at the threshold of a series of ailments that may end in a complete physical wreck Internal health mennshcaltii through out the body Keep your stomach and other digestive organs clean and vigor ous by giving them the natural stimu lation of the roots barks and herbs contained in Tanlac Tanlac is wonderful for indigestion and pains nausea dizziness and headaches It brings back lost appetite helps you digest your food and gain strength and weight Tanlac is as free from harmful drugs as the uater you drink it contains no mineral drugs it is made of roots barks and herbs natures own medi cines for the sick For over 10 years it lias been recommended by druggists who have watched its marvelous re sults The cost is less than 2 cents a dose CctabottleofTanlacfrom your druggist and give it a thorough trial Your money back if doesnt help you Tanlac 62 MILLION BOTTLES USED CALMAR Aug Gerle mann son of Mr and Mrs Philip Gerlemann here died at the De corah hospital Tuesday afternoon as the result of an accident which oc curred Tuesday morning Donald Krysan son of Mr and Mrs Frank Krysan was taking tractor out in the country and as he passed the Gerlemann place Gerald got on the tractor with him rode a way and jumped off As he jumped off the tractor a car of tourists was coming along and with out warning he jumped ahead of the car Funeral services will be hqfc Fri day morning at 9 oclock from the Saint Aloysious church with Inter ment in adjoining cemetery He is survived by his parents and one brother Kenneth ANY Wool Suit Just aix suits worth from to 33500 Size to 18 onlyWhile they last only Damons Resident of County 30 Years Is Dead at Home Near Thompson THOMPSON Aug Hes tad died at his home seven mileH south of here Wednesday noon fol lowing an illness of two years Ho was 69 years of age itnd has bccn a resident of the county for 30 year Tho tlmo for the funeral which will bo held at the Bethany Lu theran church has not been set The Rev J J Skarpness will be in charge Burial will ha In RosehiH cemetery Mr Hestad is survived by hts wife three sons and five daughters CLEARANCE WASH FROCKS 88c About 185 wash frocks fast colors excellent quality While they last only 88c Damons A These DRASTIC REDUCTIONS Are necessary to clear our stocks of ail remaining spring and summer it is our policy to never carry over any garments from one season to another Hurry Quantities Limited DAMONS   

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