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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 9, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                FOUR Saturday Aug 10 MASON CITY GLOBflGAZflTTR Drapes Curtains 5 etc for drapery cretonnes In pleasing patterns and colorings Special Ai yds for of cur tain materials consisting of nets marquisette and grenadine White and ecru color Special 2 yds for FELT BASK base mats In several good patterns Size 18x38 Armstrong quality Special 3 Btalr and hal carpeting finished with border on each side 27 Inches wide Special 2 yds for tj J VELVET mats la plain colors Size 16x27 Special WILTON of high Wilton carpet size 18x27 Special each w BAG ruga of hitand miss quality size 27x54 and 30x60 Special each grenadine curtains in white and ecru Com plete with tie backs frt Special a pair vi Inch drapery da mask In assorted olors yd H inch drapery da mask special yds for DISH enamel lni4 quart v J fi m 9 HANDY white o hold flour sugar coffee nd tea all for CANDLE sliver made in Japan Short size ipeoiaj each NO PHONE ORDERS SATURDAY Two Pieces for the Living Room This two piece Levin Suite la of genuine mohair reyerslbla cush ions In jacquard Large dav enport of guaranteed construction and a John Bunny tufted back chair to match See this suite In our display window Special for Dollar Day only Just One Dollar will hold the suite for you 98 Just a 5VOI Hold It Six Pieces for the Bed Room This most extraordinary complete bedroom at this low price justifies an early visit to our store Satur day Constructed of walnut ven eera and very beautiful see It in window Full size bed chest of drawers French vanity Simmons Coil Springs and an all cotton mattress and bench This is a real buy Seeing is believing This Group for Dollar Day Only Hundreds of values in furniture for this great Dollar Pay Saturday at Here youwill find values up to Walnut Beds Chests of Drawers Dressers Mahogany Chairs Cane Cedar Chests Spinet Desks Occasional Chairs Bridge Lamps Junior Lamps Bird Cages and Fernery Breakfast Suites Ice Boxes Luggage Rugs Baby Buggies and many other items It will pay you to see these values Saturday Many pieces will be on display in our windows Shop Saturday and Save Your Choice Your Choice WEEK House wares for ALARM colors red green blue and yellow Aa J FANCV TEA in Ja pan neatly decorated i good sizeJj J SALAD BOWLS 9inch size very pretty A decoration JJ 1 FURNITURE POLISH Wolfs special velvet polish 3 large size bottles for CLOTHES BASKET A basnet heavily reinforced 16x30 splint CLOTHES cord 150 feet special ps at p 1 CAKE 9inch size good depth AI 3 for I in white enamel ed bath room mirror for I STEP feet high with each step i rodded Jp i KITCHEN of met al in colors Ai 24 in high V enameled LINOLEUM size in wmte only FLOOR Star brand two one pound cans for 1 DtIST quart In colors i MIXING BOWL Earthenware decorated five bowls A t in nest The set i COOKING White en ameled No 8 size rti Special 1 GALVANIZED TUBS No 3 size well made gtt wooden handles NO PHONE ORDERS Til Complete Living Room Outfit 98 Just a Will Hold It MASON CITY IOWA Eight Pieces for the Dining Room Furnish your dining room completely in good taste and latest fashion for only Unusually distinctive oblong extension table Jarge buffet host chair and five side piece massive constructed of genuine walnut veneers combined with other cabinet Tfc woods beautifully finished and artistically decorated with overlays This great moneysaving value consists of 8 pieces Window Display WOLF SONS North Iowas and Southern Minnesotas Largest Furniture Store AUSTIN AND ALBERT LEA MfNN MITCHELL HAS UNEVEN YIELDS Truck Crops Fine Corn to Be Normal Needs More Rain OSAGE Aug was well started all over Mitchell coun ty last week and the yields of oats andbarley are quite uneven Some farmers report a crop that went well above the average of 50 bushels to the acre while others re port below 40 bushels to the acre Corn is to be a normal yield but more rain is needed Truck crops are generally fine Cabbage sold last week for a tort on the Chris Gaplerud farm They were a tonlast year The onion yield looks now like a big crop Potatoes arc below normal due to the drouth Among the heavy beef feeders in the county are Robert Clark who lives near Orchard andM C Lewis of West Lincoln township Mr Clark is now feeding a herd of 101 steers The farmers In this county buy their cattle and feed them on corn rather than raising them tho of course the boys and girls 4H clubs j are encouraging the raising of high I class stock Mixed Cattle Breedi The kinds of dairy cattle used here are mixed breeds Holstein Brown Swiss and Guernsey More and more the farmers are coming to realise the importance of the cream check which brings in a steady income during the months when there ready for the market These cream checks In any store are as good as currency The high point in butter shipped was in June when 202 tubs were shipped out of the Osage creamery in week alone to say nothing of the other big creamerys In the county The Oaage cooperative creamery paid out in the period be tween June 5 to 19 for LIFE FOR A LIE Associated Press Phoio Albert Elchorn Michigan farmer sent to prison for life for murder girl 11 years ago on story of Kenosha WIs wo man who said she lied to con vict him promptly checked Thousands quick relief Inhaling Bego No opiates Re or monsy back for com plete outfit Druggists or BEGO COMPANY Colorado Springs Colo MRS W SHELLEY SPENIJUPREDS WITHOUT RESULT I actually believe Sargon saved me from an operation I feel so fine now that it is hard to realize that thirty days ago I was so weak dizzy and nervous I was actually cream The amount for July 317 fell to due to drouth and Hies The July report of the Mitchell county cow testing association com pleted by Roy Erickson cow tester gives the following facts in regard to the dairying situation In this county 26 Have Silos Twentysix out of 27 members in the Mitchell county association havo silos For the month of July only two members were feeding silage Silage fed during the summer months will hold the dairy cow to a more even milk production thru the hot weather and fly time The 413 cows on test for July produced 233322 pounds of milk and 91TD pounds of butterfat The average milk and fat for each of the 413 cows waa 565 pounds milk and 223 pounds fat Sixtyseven and eight tenth pounds was the high butterfat mark made by a grade Brown Swiss cow owned by Melvin Balsley of Osage Twentyfour and onetenth pounds fat was the high herd aver age for the month and was made by fourteen grade Guernseys owned by Fred Langrock of Toetervllle 323 Pounds Average Thirtytwo and threetenths pounds fat was the average made by 10 purebred Holsteins owned by A C Trettin and Son of Otranto Six cowsin the Trettin herd were sired by Sir Pieterje Allgretta Segis This sire had eight laughters on test that averaged 3732 pounds fat each Thirtyone and seven tenths pounds fat from 10 grade and pure bred Holsteins two cows dry was the average from Clifford Thorsens herd T Fifteen purebred Brown Swiss and grade Holstetns owned by George Godfrey of Osage carried a butter fat average of 299 pounds Mr God frey has a purebred Brown Swiss cow in his herd that isa half sister to Swiss Valley Girl Tenth the world record butterfat cow of the breed with 1106 pounds of butter fat There are not as many hogs raised this year In the county as formerly due to the uncertain corn crops of the past few yearse MRS W A SHELLEY afraid to cross the street or come up town For five years I suffered ter ribly with liver and gall bladder trouble At times the pain In my right side was so severe I could hardly endure It In spite of the many medicines I took to act on the liver my tongue remained coat ed and I was constantly bilious I suffered a great deal from in digestion gas pains and headaches and a terrible burning sensation in my stomach Although I spent hundreds of dollars trying to regain my health I kept going down hill until I became so weak dizzy and nervous that I hardly dared venture out of the house And now for the first time in years I am not bilious My nerves are steady and I am no longer bothered with headaches The pains in my right side have disappeared and I feel so strong and full of en ergy it is a pleasure to be out and going My digestion is splendid and I eat what I want I owe It every bit to Sargon and the Sargon Soft Mass Pills which I took along with the medicine and there is nothing too good I can say for them The above statement was made by Mrs W A Shelley of 486 Mar shall St Milwaukee a member of the Eastern Star and Episcopal Church and popular with a wide circle of friends Sargon may be oblalncrl In Ma son City from the Casey Drug Go W C T U Convention to Be Held in Ft Dodge FORT DODGE Aug 9 m Early arrangements are under way for the state W C T IT conven tion here Oct 1 to 4 The theme for the four day meeting will be Youth Miss Agnes Samuelson of DCS Moines state superintendent of public Instruction is listed among the speakers who also will include Mrs Flora Kays Hanson of Evans ton 111 national secretary of the Loyal Temperance Legion and Miss Winona Jewell of Evanaton secre tary of the youngpeoples branch Funeral Held for Pioneer DecorahMan DECOUAH Aug funeral of Phillip Halse a pioneer farmer of Winueshiek county and a resident of this city for the past few years passed away at hia home here last Sunday after suffering a stroke and was buried here Wednesday He leaves a wife and six sons John Decorah William Canoe townshlpj Harry Decorah Dan Canoe town ship Ernest Decorah township and Ralph Canoe township also four sisters and two brothers survive Pastors on Vacations BLUE EARTH Minn Aug Three local pastora with their fam ilies are enjojing vacations the Rov Paul Shannon of the M E church is at Bemidji the Rev D D Ken nedy of the church is at Spirit Lake Iowa and the Rev Albert Hustecl of the Presbyterian church is in northern Minnesota Host to Latlmer Women LATIMER Aug J C Sorensen was hostess to the Meth odist Ladies Aid society Wednesday afternoon Aug 7 A good attend ance was present after the usual business meeting the hostess a delicious lunch The ladies decii to hold a social on the church la Saturday evening Aug 10 if weai er is favorable 1 Clarioti Woman Accepts Play Director Position CLARION Aug Lorena Hersman Clarion has resigned her position as an Instructor in the Sioux City schools and has accepted a position with the Universal Pro ducing company of Fairfield In this work Miss Hersman will travel and direct home talent productions She has already left for Fairfieid and will spend two weeks in training be fore going on the road Proclamation DECORAH Aug George Elllckson of Decorah has is sued a proclamation setting August 14 as the annual Forgetmenot day for the disabled American Vet erans of the World war Plan Benefit Concert for Band at Decorah DECORAH Aug benefit band concert will be given by tha Municipal band Saturday night on Winnebago street when tags will be sold for the benefit of the band as the band tax voted last spring will not be available until next April The program will have several specialties among them being a xylophone solo by Sigurd Sperati and vocal solos by Sigurd Ode and the Girls quartet composed of Ruby Woldum Gertrude Anderson Mildred Gjerve and Hazel Woldum ji m ft I ll Saturday August 10 will be Com munity Dollar Day in Mason City Many articles will be on sale at ons dollar Duluth Men Plan Caravan DULUTH Aug 9 motoi caravan of more than 100 Dululh business men will leave here Aug 16 to attend the Gogeblc water carni val at Ironwood Mich The carnival will be held for three days Aug 16 17 and 18 The Duluth Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring the good will tour I Continuing Oar Golf arid St Andrews Clubs Included are drivers brassies spoons mid irons and mashies made by Eeach ClQc Wright and Ditson Specially priced at lCl LineClubs Midirons mashies niblicks mashieniblieks and putters are included 3K Fine clubs now Record Irons These clubs are made in three weights One dot two dots and three dots They can be t matched in weight anytime Now only Record Woods Bristol steel shaft inlaid face Drivers brassies or spoons Regular clubs 75 now only Paramount Woods Paramount clubs havesfceel shafts Driver or brassie they usually sell for t Now while they Reach Eagle Balls Regular 75c balls but now they are priced at only Golf Bags A large bag made of heavy canvas in leather Complete Line of Left Hand Clubs J Complete Line of Ladies Clubs CurrieVan Ness Co Maintained By Merit Phone 17 11 North Federal A A 4 A Quaker Statements Motorist mind that thee gets Quaker State Motor Oil for thy motor for this reason Quaker State is a specially refined means that from every gallon there is removed a quart of waste material found in or dinary oil In place of this quart of is of little or no value in lubricat ing thy gets a quart of finest lubricant Ver ily an EXTRA quart in every gallon 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