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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 20, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                20 1929 JacDonalr Studies lf New Washington Note kon Naval Disarmament JMASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Scotland Aug Press Association to Premier MacDonald as that he was studying a from Washington which S wilh Ambassador y the dis conversations premiei was quoted as fol General Dawes came up to ex bange views with me upon a raes sage from Washington which I am Miiaymg it marks a distinct ad m our conversations LEFT FOR COAST Debliiin who has r J V50 the O C Venln and lallo families ana who has alto 1 VIsitins relatives at Rockford and lcs as iett for his home in rtV f VIsitins rela V I US has tj lullfornia AltKlVKS FOR VISIT Walter Smith of umriiia has arrived for u brief visit in the homo ot her sisterMrs John i lomiJKon and with relatives at MEDICINE THE WORLD LIKE KONJOLA Man III Fifteen Years Freed if Stomach Trouble By New Medicine There is abundant cheer and hope for all who suffer in the countless thousands of voluntary indorse ments of Konjola from happy men and women who found new and glorious health thru the use of this new medicine of 32 ingredients 22 of them the Juices of roots and herbs of known medicinal value ShortSkirted Girl With Her Ritzy Roadster Counterpart 40 Years Ago Bathing Beautiesof That Age However Wo re Ample Clothes The shortskirted girl inMason City today who more or lass rsck lessly drives a Ritzy roadster with rumble seat had her counter part 40 years ago But the 1929 bathing beauty in her abbreviated onepiece suit didnt The sweet young thing In Jong skirts that age astounded the older set as much by her dauntless driving of swagger horse and car riage turnouts as does the daring roadster driver of the present The world moves and old order changes wrote an 1889 observer of progress in America How shocked even our own grandmothers would have been to see two young ladies jauntily perched onthe high seat of a vehicle called a dogcart one of them managing herspirited steed with the ease of an accomp lished charioteer Begins to Learn 0 The world is beginning to learn said thia philosopher Vthe very sim ple secret that it is right and proper for a woman to do that which she can do gracefully and well provided the thing itself is right and proper Into the cool green sea that torrid summer the coast cities emp tied their sweltering denizens Even then it was said there is no greater leyeler of humanity than the looks no better than the clown in bathing dress All of beautys devices are set at naught by the tempestuous waves Persons and things as far as pos sible appear an naturel The current definition of au natu rel is revealed in pictures in maga zines ofthat day under the caption A Group of Sea Nymphs Ladies in voluminous bathing jackets with skirt appendage long heavy black stockings and slippers stood on overturned rowboats near the shore MR EDWARD VAAGE by Russell Studio That Konjola is a medicine of real value is shownjjy the fact that a million bottles of this remedy were sold in four months in one state that three carloads were sold in one city in three weeks Konjola works quickly yet thoroly tho it contains no alcohol no nervedead ening drugs no heartdepressing chemicals Daily men and women of Mason City are calling on the Kon jola Man who is at the Huxtabie Drug store 116 South Federal ave nue Mason City to find out what Konjola means to them in their search for health At the same time many people are relating their fine experiences with Konjoia Just the other day Mr Edward Vaage R R No 1 Hanlontown Iowa near Ma fjon City told of the work of Kon jola in his case Is it not logical to believe that what Konjola has done fpr Mr Vaage as well as for thou sands of others it will do for you ifor everyone Read every word of the statement that Mr Vaage rrfade to the Konjola Man a few days ago There is no medicine in the world like Konjola If the world knew what I do about this medicine I am sure there would be a lot less suffering and unlmppiness When I say that for the last 15 years I suffered from stomach trouble and constipation I mean that I suffered day and night Meals had long ago ceased to be a pleasure for the food never digested property Every bile I ate caused mtense distress Fermentation of nod formed gas that bloated me Ireadfully The gas pressed against ny heart causing wild palpitation knd extreme pain Naturally I lost appetite and had to force my jelf to eat Constipation was se that the strongest laxatives lailed to give relief Finally my kid neys became weakened and cer fainly added to my rundown condi ion To say that I was discouraged my case is putting it mildly jndeed But all that la ended now ause i have taken Konjola and it roved a Godsend to me Never will be able to find words expressive anough to praise this medicine as it rightly deserves I had no idea any Jhing could work the wonders Kon jola did for me Within a week af ter starting the treatment I began lo feel better Steadily I improved and then like magic all my trou bles disappeared and have never re tnrned My stomach bowels and kidneys are functioning as nature intends I eat sleep and feel like a different person To have my health again is a glorioua thingand I will ilways treasure it and credit for it to Konjola There is just another Fidticd proof were the uonderful merits of Konjola Kou jola was not designed to give mere temporary relief but to bring new glorious and lasting health The Konjola Man is at the Hux lable Drug store 116 South Federal avenue Mason City where he is meeting the public daily introduc ing and explaining the merits of this new and different medicine and gracefully field clusters of sea weed At one time the sojourners nt Ocean Grove showed such disposi tion to abuse the luxury of dispens ing with elaborate toilettes and stiff collars that an edict was promul gated forbidding persons to wear their bathing dresses longer than one hour Cause Disappointment This caused keen disappointment among the maids and matrons who roamed the beach gossipping with friends and devouring not hot dogs but the latest romantic novels Baltimore altho cursed with 3000 saloons whose proprietors ap parently Ijad thrown away their keys was a city of pleasant peo ple and lovely ladies On its street cars one was struck by the frequent exchanges of friendly greetings and no one could dispute the beauty of the Baltimore girl She was de scribed as being neither brunet nor blond but combining the charm of both and defying analysis In Washington Mrs Harrison wife of the President was bored I daily by numerous letters from per I sons of her own sex Some begged for a piece of one of her dresses for a crazy quilt others for a tress of her hair for contribution to some charity and not a few gave her all manner of advice The lady of the White House has learned the full value of a waste basket Captain Bundy religious enthusi ast of Chicago had built a steam gospel ship and was making a tour of the Great Lakes stopping at various towns to hold services He was accompanied by his daugh ter and paid most ot his expenses himself BLAZE DESTROYS LDINGS Livestock Produce Goes Up in Flames in Nora Springs Fire NORA SPRINGS Aug Damages resulting from a fire on the farm occupied by Moses Brim four raises west of here Saturday noon are being estimated here to day The fire which started at destroyed a barn containing 200 bushels of oats and 12 tons of hay and straw a silo a double corn crib and an old house used as a storage building Four lambs and a calf were burned Horses in the barn were rescued by the thresh ing crew working on the farm at the time Several sets of harness were bmned Attempts to combat the blaze were futile Inside of 45 minutes after the fire was discovered the buildings had been destroyed It is believed that the fire started either from a cigaret or from spontaneous combustion UPSETS INSIST ON DES MOINES Aug 20 Charles Webster member of the Iowa board of railroad commission ers is slated for the presidency of the National Association of RailroaJ and Public Utilities Commissioners at ita annual meeting this fall The postion rotates from jear to year Mr Webster now is first vice presi dent GeorgeFHrsons Improving FORT DODGE Aug 20 Pi George C Parsons deputy prohibi tion administrator who was taken ill a week ago in Sioux City was re ported improved at the hospital here today MAKSJIALJ HAS VACATION iiml Mrs A T aim tin have left for ItuiMicslpr IMlnn for u brief visit with relatives 15 D iWil ileiwill he dutios of city niitiKhall during ML Milltins nbsencc Due to the fact that the last legis lature reduced the work of the state budget department by relieving thy department of hearing duties in connection with appeals from city improvement projects the vacant position of assistant budget direcior and one state account caused hy resignations of Charles L Fischer and Leon Brown respectively prob ably will not be filled for the present At its regular meetingSept 4 the state board of conservation will consider the matter of acquisition of two tracts of virgin timber abutting on Silver Lake Worth county It is hoped by the board that the tracts cap be acquired bv gift Feenamint Real Estate Transfers Relief from Gas Stomach Pains Dizziness The doctors tell us that 00 per cent of all sickness is due to stom ach and bowel troubles You cant be well if your digestion is bad you are likely to get sick unless you relish food and digest it properly Tanlac has a wonderful record as a relief from digestive troubles even those of years standing Mr L B Simmons of 1434 Larimer St Denver Colo says Tanlac made me relish and digest my food fine It also cured me gas dizzy spells and nervousness I sleep well and can put in as good a days work as n youngster If you suffer from gas pains in the stomach or bowels dizziness nausea constipation or torpid liver if you have no appetite cant sleep and are nervous and all run down you need Tanlac It is good pure medicine mode of roots herbs and barks Get a bottle from your druggist today Money back if it doesnt help you Tanlac 52 MIZIJON BOTTLES USED Webert Louis G and Mabel K to Z Paul Clement and Harriet 1 lot 10 blk 1 East park place Ma son City given to correct title add defect in a former warranty deed dated 32229 Roberts L E and Ina I to Web sterPotter Lumber Co lot 19 blk 9 East place addition Ma son City S1629 Ceiro Gordo county to Joint Drainage District No 1 Franklin county No 86 Hancock county and No 31 Cerro Gordo county Q C D SWA SWVi 230522 81229 Prescott W O and Grace A to G S Randall lot G blk 10 Parkers Fourth add Mason City Cress G E Sheriff to A M Schanke and W G Schanke Trus tees W 00 of S 4 rds of L B I North Mason City Iowa also parcel of land lying between W line of S 4 rds of L 4 B I and E line of Federal Ave Mason City Iowa S1320 Freemanr H E and Alma C to Alex Walter SI part NWi NW1 119620 8729 Beck Allan F Assignee of Hay denPutnam company to First Natl Bank Mason City L 10 B 8 West Haven Addition and L 126 Hoyts First Addition all in Mason City Iowa 81529 The AtlanticPacific Stages Inc a foreign corporation doing an in terstate bus business thru Iowa has filed a copy of its charter with tha secretary of state ami requested permission to do business in Iowa The concern is capitalized at 5200OflO and states it will spend 2D000 in the stalo this year George Cosson is Iowa agent Among corporation charters is sued by the secretary of state this week were the following Miller Lite Co Newton capital 51500U Basil Miller president Vern Snook secretary Apex Regulaujr Co Marshalltown capital 530000 L W Browne president L C Ab bott secretary Premium Products company Sioux City capital 525000 E B Pillar president K B Pillar secretary VISITING IX IOWA Pieuticra of De Knlb 111 is visiting at the Axel Stromborn lioinr hcrr ATTACKED BY RIOTERS and Mrs O F ISmhoff and chlliiicn lire Peter Em hoft and son have left for Missouri to visit relatives IS ILL IN HAMPTON 13 A Tlnkla is confined to the hospital at Hampton critically in wlt cmntortrt 44 or btlc T Semmes Walmsley acting nuiyor of Now Orleans football star of Tulane university a Uozcn years ago World war veteranVas attacked by a mob in city hall Sympathizers of streetcar strikers had come to tho hull to protest to city com mission council against strin gent regulations for jitney busses KKCEIVKS BURNS Woseubere was Iiitdly burned on the face chest and arms when ho attempted to start a firp in a laundry stovo with gasoline LUCKY TIGER stops Ine hair like WhyleFox I No 2 knocks Sold I under MoneyBack Iltee LUCKY Tin KB have VOV hack of 2024 South Federal Ave MOST anyone can shoot an place It takes training and practice to hit the target Its practically impossible to day to get started in a good position without a reliable busi ness organization behind you to recommend you 49 CALLS FOR TRAINED OFFICE HELP IN THE MONTH OF JULY The Fall Term Opens September 3 Knroll Noiv Ask for real Diamond Values Priced 1500 and up Pay a week if you choose MOVING YOUR FU TURE FORWARD is a wonderfully interest ing book Its free Send for YOUR copy Cut Rate Grocery Our Monday nights ad should hiivc read for Tues day Wednesday and Thursday Let us hsive your orders nnd isavo you money HIS PILES WERE CURED EASILY Mr Rayhons had suffered for quite some time Read what he says The bleedingand protrud ing has all stopped sinceyou treatj ed the Piles They quit comingout after one treatment and I think that was marvelous for they Imd been coming down every day es pecially when I did any heavy work The bleedingalso was bad but since you gave me the treat ment I have felt stronger and can do more work Considering the bad case of Piles I had I got over them easily I believe your method of treatment is all right and I can recommend it to my friends and John Rayhons Gar ner la July 26 1929 Dr Shallen bergpr can he consulted at Mason City Hotel Cerro Gordo Friday August 23rd Examination free WEDNESDAY SPECIALS Sugar Cured Sliced 5Pound Box ScreenGrid E are many features on the air right the greatest sport broadcasts coining soon Why miss them when you can own this new wonder set for so very on such con venient terms SATISFACTION DON McPEAK Prop 1 irn A A Of Soft Absorbent Quality Temptingly LowPriced A splendid opportunty to add to your never enough supply of Turkish Bath These are doublethread terry towels and will give long service Your choice of allAvhite white with colored borders or with colored cross stripes at our usual thrifty low prices I 18x36 inches 22x44 inches 15C and 25C Pattern Cloths to Use Goodlooking pattern cloths for every day service nice mercerized finish Hem med Size 54x54 Each 98c Emphasizing the Savings of J400 Stores Buying As OneJ Blankets At Thrifty Low PricesI Now Is the time to tray blankets 1 Avail yoursd of tiis values we achieved by early buying 1 A complete rtock of assorted sizes and qualities A at 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